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empm ouiet Pemed.. mad lapel Demoestration ia the Itah Sistrtet. The Catholic Ger01an of 8t. Henry's Parish, "th District, wishebing to celebrate the Papal Ja is lI a beaeotting manner, seneloded to bdi 'k*Midnum-ef Prayers for the Holy Father. ghro 8s. Bear% ObChurch was and eveng with Jeoet tMat about 400 -o eenason drling the three s lasted, -is esemuet evi wa aS amea. But b 1i8 ceremony, the Corpus pro-e m~i i, took place on Sunday. Atpreeleoily 10 LA M. after a Solemn High ,Maee,~t whbih Very Rev. Father CbharmontO. . A adsted as Celebrant and the Rev. Fathers Jeannen and O'Grady 8. J: as Deacon and 8ob dedsm, the prooession, headed by the Papal and U. S. lags, proeeeded from St. Henry's Chuarh in the followizg order : First oame the cross-bearer and two saolytes carrying lighted eandles; next in the ranks came the abildres of 8t. Henry's paroohial school, nom bering about 90, moat of them earrying small Pael lags; then the Society of the Children o' Moary, drsesed is snowy white, carrying a Statme of the Blessed Virgin; after these fol Iowed the young Ildies and young men of the Parish, St. Henry's Benevolent Men's oociety, th. ladies of the Alter Seolety, and Ftesba's rima band. In front of the Blessed 8asra meat, wbioh was oarerd'ander a rick Canopy, esgohe4 a geosp of saoe 26 angels, little girls t 7 yeels old, strewing the way with lowers. A squad of Irish Riles, in uniform, asking as a body guard to the Blessed Sacra meat, eldoed up the rear of the procession. Four repositories had been prepared by the ladies of the Congregation at equi-distant points on the route of the procession. To the credit of the ladies in charge it must be said that they spared neither time nor labor in dress nlg the altars under their respective care. At every repository the Benediction of the Blessed Saorament was given to a kneeling multitude. At a given eignal a salute was fred by the "Irish Rifes" and the precision with which they obeyed orders, proved them to be real soldiers. Every salute was re ;sponded to by a salvo of artillery, the guns remaining in position in the neighborhood of the chuoroh. On hearing the roaring of the mannon one was reminded that He who gave his Blessing to the assembled multitude was truly the Lord of Hosts. It is a fact worthy of notice that, notwithstanding this military display, the best order prevailed throughout the whole procession. Along the line of march -not a discordant sound was heard to marr the devotion of the pious worshippers, who fol. the prooession. Even not afew of those looked on from mere curiosity, were with awe at the imposing oeremonies Holy Religion. Fully 1200 people par ed in the procession. Most of the along the line of mareb,in which Ca o s lived, were decorated with floral designs, illuminated in bonor of the Bl Sacrament. The large profusion of the Papal colors, which were to be seen on all sides, showed that the Catholios of the 6th District are inAo way lacking in devotion to Pope Piu iX. It was fully 12 o'clock before the procession ;e-entered the Church, when the oeremonies were conoluded by a Solemn Te Des in which the whole Congregation joined with heart and soul. Thus ended a religious ceremony, which will not soon be forgotten by the parishioners of St. Henry's and of which they no doubt wish many a recurrence. Too much praise cannot be bestowed on the Irish Rifles, who by their stalwart appearance, mil itary drill and respectful behaviour added to the impressiveness of the demonstration. Great credit is also due to the Choir, which, under the leadersbip of Mr. George Brauner, organist, executed at intervals some select pieces of genuine Church music and thereby contributed not a little to the solemnity of the occasion. Bev. J. Bogarts, Pastor of St. Henry's, acted as Master of Ceremonies, and it most have done his heart good to see his efforts crowned with such perfect succeses. (Oommuniosted) AN ENTERTAINING CONCERT. Our oity has always enjoyed the reputation of being one of the most musical in the United States, and this opinion was well sustained lastTnesday evening, May 29th, by the agree able entertainment given at Grunewald Hall, by the musieal class under the tuition of Miss AdHsookins. Literary entertainments, strictly so-called, do not generally flourish- in our midst. Of soarse, we make one exception, that of the Philomathean Society, which is a credit to our city and a refining influence to our people, but the others only give as "hope for futore years." Musie, however, Buds a oongenial atmosphere in New Orleans, and bs attrao tions not poesesd by ite sister arts. The opening Quartette, Maette de Portie, arranged by F. Beyer, was a bright promise of all the evening's entertainment, and each piece that followed only onefirmed our expeo tations. The Doettina was sweetly and artletically snng thus plessing both the coltivated and un olistrated ear. The Greetings to Bpring, Lut.e, played by a very little maiden, was quite a treat, her fairy fingers literally sprinkling the air with drope of delicions melody. The Birdie's Ball was a delight to all. two dozen. of little spilAits ashed upon us em the stage and gve Os in son and action 'hlstory of the Birdie's ball. 'he singing itewlf as distinct and charming, but the gt_5fn1 dancing of the personified birds was t1 bwitching. Inedtion to the piano there was also a twitterius accompaniment which almost con vincesd Us that some of the feathered tribe were realy suistisg at tbhe merry makiRg. The etct of the ohanoing colors of thbia living rainbow a it ciroled around the beauti fl basket of flowers in the centre was very pleasiang; and sa the gleams of libght resolved themlves into many coloredrobes and golden cesamer wings, we fancied ourselves in Pars The .youthful performanee of the "Eos 8ebtnidede gave indloations of foturs ex ososiia .U Iri ealmple teasea onfagpd " The Bestiful Valley of Dreams," a chorus by all the pupils was a detightfol succession of harmonies " Irish Diamods," an elegant arrangement of popular Irish airs, was convincing proof of the teaoher's artisti care and thbe pupil's skillful attention. "L Iearcasione" was the gem of the eves ing. A voice in which the sweetnss of the sute blends with the olearness of the olarionet most always be a tret to listea to, but when cultivation is added to natural attraotlons, is becomes really entrancinag. "'Naional Aire" was a disappointmeet, for the yoong ladies who gave us very sweetly the national anthems of France, England. Switzerland sec, failed to regale us with a singlgenote of Dixie or Upidee I Erseas was given by a voice so fall of sweet ness and fine cultivation that there was ample compensation for any lack of strength. e Last ose of Bummer was a most wonder folly skillful performanooe. and was certainly she beat mastered pleee of the entertainmens, Fleer Gree Qsg, a vocal trio, was as enjoya ble for the beauty of the selection as for the eceellenoe of the rendering. ke 1Gey snoeampmesat was a most piotuo resque scene of a groop of gypoIes enjoying themselves on the green ewra, while oo of h31E number prepares the meal from a bang. ing kettle, and some youthful maidens ask so have their fortunes told. The charastonesio costume of gorgeous. eolors andgreat quanti ties of bead4 was quite an agreeable feature. The songs were song with much feeling and expression. The tender tones of the Gypsy Qaoo, tbe joyous notes of .the maidene and lively choruses of all the camp were highly appreciated by the audience. Atogetber, the gifted pupils sad their so oomplished teacher are so be equally oongrBat. lated upon the success of their artistic labors; and we rejoice that oureolty eoatinue to give ons, in such delightful entertainments as that of Tuesday, a proof of its refined taste and oultivated musical talent. The grand excursion in prospect for the benefit of St. 8tephen's churoh on the 4th of July next, has enlisted the hearty co-operation of all the people of St. Stephen's parish to seuoore Its sancess The ladies Committee of Arrangementsover ruled that of the gentlemen in as much as they have agreed to collect and furnish all things necessary for the dinner in order to reduce the cost of the round trip and the dinner to the small sum of $2 This they did in consideration of so many parents wanting to take their whole families with them and be cause of having to be on the boat at 7 A. t. Breakfast as well as supper will be served for extra charge. Every week offers additional attractions to the lovers of innocent amuse ment, wholesome recreation and exalted patri otism to ja.in this excursion. The Hon. E John Ellis, M. C., one of Coulsiana's most pleasing and popular speakers, has kindly con sented to deliver a speech on this oooasion of landing Governor Nicholls in his native town to witness the military displaw, there to be given in his honor. A renowned ventrilo quiet and charming ballad singer, together with persons of other highly amusing abilities, are engaged to give momentary exhibitions here and there on the boat, and make the day lively and pleasant for all. The boat will leave Canal street at 7 A. M. to take in pas sengers at Jackson street and Carrolton, and will stop at the Convent Landing, twenty miles from Donaldsonville, for those who wish to remain there to see their children or friends tillwher return. It is oerain tiat tile La Belle can make her return trip from Donaldsonville in about five hours and a half, and consequently make her last landing in the city at about 10 o'clock. The number of tickets to be sold is limited that there may not be too much of a crowd. It is expected that all will be disposed of several days before the excursion, thus giving the managers an opportunity of pro viding all things necessary for the occasion. Tickets are for sale at the MORNIcx STAR office, Mr. Dowling's, No. 12 Camp staeet, Mr. Fitzwilliam's, 76 Camp street, and Mr. Elder's corner Camp and Erato. L'Arcnir des limtcscriticises women at being who delight in discomfort. They have invent ed, it says, dresses too scant for easy walking, long trains to be stepped upon, collars that do not admit the head to be turned, pockets too low to be reached by the band, high heels that canse them to trip, and big knots in their dresses which prevents them from sitting. A STRANRG BIRD STORY.-L. Page and son, cutting wood near San Jose, noticed for sever al days that a number of birds remained con stantly upon a tree near them, some going and coming from time to time. Upon cutting down the tree they discovered ia limb with a hollow cavity, some two feet in length and three or four Inches in diameter, in which were two full-grown birds of some goodly. siz.d species. There was a small aperture through which the birds were supplied with food from their mates. The limb was out and the birds liberated. They were neither of them able to fly, having evidently never been out of their imprisonment. How they came inside is a question. It is probable thpt the mother bird was small, and though able to make her nest in the hollow of the tree and rear her young bonld not. extricate them, and they did not gain strength enough to help themselves until the hollow had so closed that eeoape was impossible. Those who examined the birds tbhink they are about two years old. They had been fed from their birth by their bird-fellows through -the aperture in the limb of the tree. A nobler instane of devotion even the human family never exhibited. San Jose (Cal.) Merecry. Ordinary s oticeD f Mmrriege and Deathe wln, hrester be inmsrted for ALfr cent. Otltuariea wite be chargef at the rate of ten leit a hine. DIED: RlA-On Friday morning, Joea 1, 187, at 8 o'clock. Sarah Morrison. wile of Janes heJ. agedsthirty years, a native or ]Kilten, County Down, Ireand. TAGGART-On Wednesday, June. 1877a. at 1s P. u , James Taegart. aged thirt-fo::r years, a natvre Sc Counsy Down. Ireland. PULLIVAN-On Moedy mnrn(ng. June 4 sPe., rldgaet D. Eusltvan, aged stxt-saevesn. a native of B1llt kennsdyLtmersck, Ireland. FItNXTI-On Thursday. June 7. 187. at I P. -, Itchasl Fcnisn. ages fort y-ln y strs, a natl.e oa County Longford, Ireland, and a rse.deni or chis eity for the past twenty-sin years. MOLO'Y--On Thursday moraring. Jane 7, I1~7, at Pus Christian. William J. Itoeiey. sged sLx ysurr and two month only seoa of tlehbsd ooloy and Jul-a Krug. DcAB~LE DNTIST RY. Dr. y. H. MAILOae, earner of Jsephtneo ud Ca strees, near Magis •arks rspaetfalsrmn a his sOepesea sbsIiI5s5 GRAND EXCURSION TOm FOE THI BENUEIT OF ST. VINCENT'S HOME FOR BOYS, Under the Ansplees of the EOCLETT OF ST. VINC~O T DE PAUL, Sunday, June 17, On board the splendid Zxcresioa Stemaer LA BELLE, the staunshest asd meet commodious blet on the river. PASSAGE-TERBE DOLL&BS. Mam will be said on beoard by Eov. Father Robinsan. C. B.0. Children fom 4 to 19 years of age, hblf-price snder 4 yeare. free. Meals in ReBstareut-Dinner, $; Sapper. 50 eenta. The number of Exoareoaieste will be liited. The Boat will leave the head of Canal street at T" o6"uok h. Care wui be in anenmane on the return. of the Beet. A fine Brass Bead has been espeally engegrd for the oosalon. je3a Sp_ THREE MERRY NIGHTS IN ALGIERS. AT L.AST MOTHER GOOSE IS COMING OVER Cenoerts, Charades, Tablea sad National Seena, Under the Maagemeat of the PROFESSOES AND TEACHERS OF THE CATRO LIO SUNDAY SCHOOLS, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Jne 1t3th, 14th and 16th. AT OONCILIATION HALL. Doors open at 7 o'lok ; Curtai will rise at 7j. Admission (one night) :5 cents. Two children on same ticket: _ There will be Retfrebment Tables. It THE TWENIY-EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENiT OF TRE Crescent Mutual Insurance Company. NIs Oioxase, MY 19, 1857. The Trusetees, in conformity with amended charter. submit the following statement of the affaire ot the Company on the 30th of April, le77: Fire premiums ....................$18,(64 SI Marline premnlumo ................. h9315 95 River prmtums .................. ,924 35 --$-999,308 81 Earned premiums, less re.inaurance and re turn premiums ......................... 228,233 15 Losese paid and estimated, including all hnown and napaid, say: Fire losses..............1.7.335 83 Marine loeses........... 7,985 41 River Igsees............. 25.510 20 -- -1t 131 2I Taxes, expensea, dis count In lieon of parti cipation, etc.......... 11,892 58 Leso rents, salvage sav ings, etc......... .. 11,7ec 72 -- .$4',.15 86 - - $140,257 L7 Grose profits ................................. $d7,978 08 Of which 561,587 35 is appropriated to balance ef in. tereat and liquidation of doubtful assets. The Company have the following assets : Bills receivable....................S9,648 39 Loans on bonds and mortgage...... 55,943 33 12-- 1,591 70 Loans on call...... ................ 4 554 15 Cash.............................. 63,846 --4 136,400 86 City bond.................................. 72,055 00 Bank and other stocks.................... 13.415 63 Reel estate................................. 139,544 66 Iremiume in course of collection and ans. ptoae acounut....................... 33 415 94 $581,423 79 The abovero statement I. a true at d co:rect transcript from the bkoha of the Company. THOS. A. ADAMS, President. BEtY V. OGDEN, Secretary. fworn to and sub.rcubed befuoe we, this 19th day of May, 1t77. VW. B. ELEINPE E.., Notury Poblic. The 1,uard of Tnrustees thi day zerolved that, after paying the annual dividena of 'JEN PER CENT on capital stock of Company. that a dilvidend if TWENTYT PER CENT in cash be paid on Moecuay, June Ilth, to those partles entitled to receive the same Thor. A. Adams, Frederick Camerden, Samuel B. Newman, J. L. Hartis, John Phelps, Joseph Stone, Adam Thomsen, George Martin, Henry Abraham, Alfred Moulnton, Victor Meyer, L. C. Jury. Joseph Bowling, Edward Nalle, Edward J. Gay. George W Sentcll, Simon Hernsbheim, A. Levi, Simon Forchelmer, Wm. H. Matthews, Joseph B. Wolfe, Paul E. Mortimer, R. B. Post, John V. Moore, Edward Pl.bas y. W. B. Conger. John E. King. Henry M. Preeton, Samuel H. Kennedy. JelO Itam Gm JAS. P. O'BRIEN, Wines, Liquors. Clgart, Tobacco, Tea, &c. No. 641 Magazine Street, near Jackson, eaw OtL.ANB, LA. First clase Good at reaoble pres Goodes delivered to all para of the OctV. jla0 77 lv SPECIAL NIOTICES. THE SISTERSI OF THE GOOD SBEPE -RD have oonstantly on hand READY-MADDE CLOTHING FOR SALE. Plain and Embroidered Under-Linen for Idles; Fine and Coarse Shirts; Paian ones and Over aIis for Laboring Men and Mechanics. All subetan tially msde and at low prices. not 75 ly NEW ORLEANS CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENCE ASSOCIA.TION.-The regular monthly meet Lng of this Association will be held TBH9 (Sunday) EVENING, at 6:30 o'clock, in the Morning Star Hail 116 Poydres street, corner Camp. Gentlemen wishing tojoln are invlted to attend. THOS. G. R.APIER. Preeident. D. H. BUCKLEY. Secretary. It ST. THERESA'S CATHOLIC TOTAL AIBTI NENCE SOCIETY.-The regular monthly meetlg of thia Soeety willb be held TBIS (Sanday) EVUMILG, t 1e 1lOtl 7t 5 okalk in S't. Therm a' al, ]te Ser I5ausi~ae t ap. ..... ASTONISHING PRICES FOR TEE MEXT FIFTEEN DAYS PT Astonishing Prices for White Goods. VICTORIA LAWNS, at 10, It. and 15 eats. Platn, striped and ohecked NAINSOOZ S. at 19, 15 and 90 ceatse. SWISS8 ULLS, at 10, is and IS cea and I insest erades. Striped VICTORIA LLWNS, at is cents, sing all over at 25 easts. Open Werk PIQ~a , at t5 sad 14 easnts, selting all ever at 53 and 30 cents. DIBHOP LAWNS, at 14 tO aod SO emets. It will bee your Inteast to see this steak, as all our ouastames are deligbtad with the goods, and tho prises we ae olering them as Astonishing Prices for Dress Goods. 530 pleaes LINEN LAWNS, eholeo styles, at only 10 cents per yard, fully worth 5 coents. Gray and Brows DRESS LISENS, at 10, 1t and 15 cents per yard. Also, the aneat aseortsent of OHOICE DRESS GOODS to be found to the city, eaalattag of the Latest styles of MOZAM IQUE8. Latest otyles of Yigured GORNADINES. Latest styles of Organdy SLINS. Latest styl l of French PEBOALES. Samplee for comparison freely given. Astonishing Prices for Black Grenadines. Plain GBENADIbNS (black guaranteed) at only 25 cente per yard. These goode are worth 40 cents to anybody, but we bought them very low. and give our customers the benefit. Beantiful Silk, with Patin stripes, GRENAD!NES, warranted pure Silk. at only 30 cents per yard. These goods are worth al. Brocaded Satin striped GRitNADINES, at only 30 oents a yard. Also an extraordinary bargain. Also. an immense assortment of Plain. Striped. Checked and Brocaded, at lower prices than ever before. Housekeepers, Attention. ASTONISHING PRICES FOR LINENS. IRISH LINENS (puro linena) at $3 35 a plees. IRISH LINENS (24 yardm) at 05 a piece. IRISH IINENS (1s yards) at $6 75 a pleoe. Also by the yard at 4S 25, 30, 43 and 50 cents. Samples for comparison freely given. 20 pieces Pillow Case and Sheeting LINENS, slightly damaged, to be cloeed out at very much below their value. 'e also call jour attention to the onnenal indune. ments that we are enabled to offsr in Table Damasks, Towels, Napkins, Toilet Quilts, Furniture Prints. etc. Housekeepers and Hotel Keepers, At tention. Astonishing Prices for Bobbinet Bars. 90 inch BOBBINET BARS at $2 50 and 12 75. Splendid quality. Aleo, of our own importation. 1000 Pieces of Bobbinet, at $3, $4 $5 and $6. Examine them. NOTTINGHAM LACES AND CURTAINS. Great variety, new stock, prices lower than ever. PARASOLS AND FANS. 11EAIIQUAITER FOR LOW PRICES. S!LK PARASOLS, good size, at 93centc. Large 'ARASOL, tplerdid qualshty, at 25. French PARASOLS, with Ivory, Gold and Pearl .IIuncler, at I3, $4, $3 and V. CaLopy PARASOLS, with and without Luwe Trim. milng, at$3, 64. 6., $1 and (10. All new goods, and very desirable. Pplendid Japanese FANS, at I) and 15 cents. Chilldrrn's Japanese FANS. at 15 and 20 cents French Chromo FANS. at 50 cents. Also, an extensive aseortment of foe French, German and spanish FANS. etc. Chate!ainea in great variety. Astonishing Prices for Cottons and Call coes. PRICES BELOW ALL COMPETITION. Best CA LICOES, at 4j cate per yard. Spp'ueli U!esoched COTTONS, no trash, at 5cents p.r yard. Splendid Brown COT CONS, no trash, at 5 cents per yard. Lonsdale and Frult of the Leoom at 91 cents per ysad. Poft-anished CAMY RIC, at 8 cent per yard. %i yards wide SHEETINGS, at to cents per yard. Pillow Case COTIONS at 12 cents per yard. 2l0 pices cf Children's CASSIMEEML , at very low prioes c00 pieces of CASSIMRERSB. for (eouts wear, at very low prices. COTTONIADES, JEANS, DENIMS, TICKINGS, by bth yard or pilce, at les than nannfactarers'prices. Established nearly thirty years, we need hardly eassure oar many customere that we are determlned to offer all that we advertise to do and much more that we have not space to eanmerate in a Hwmpaper. We invite an laospooetion of our immense seaortmente of Ldlede', Children's, Mea's and Boys' HOSIERY, KID OGLOVIES, LIBLE THRBAD GLOVES and GAUNTLETS, TIES, RISSONS. EMBROIDERIES, LACES. BUCHINGS. CORSETS, Ladiese' Ready made UNDERWEARP, etc. DANZIGER'S POPULAR DRY GOODS STORES, 203 Canal Street, BETWEEN BURGU(NDY AND RAMPART. BRANCH STORE AT 228 and 230 Royal Street, coBnSIR OF Or PBIIaP. A. umpber of our Arm give sesatry ordmare hia,. tioaljr sod pemptsattenuiL . basplee sad pas e meoWsli atIr o UPRIGHT CHIOKIERING PIANOS, 77 whi"kb ae -="eat to th obato a- the MOWT Z»3IP'3T PIA"OS .t their atom I- *aweroe. 5h Islatr.,a b., otalam alt t imprvma dsiope dnae a toeoatli wtt. r eia ae _ Pt.U which Ico, Oeta. u ad dUIb a, alt Plr' maejo aeoo, In woep.o te MaaL *& ettLft lo thea pblia AS LOW AS AN4rSOOTWLIG3MT PIANO MADE. I av a L l aahmUM*4 oe soamea had, lade ivite the pblie to examine thnm. I have a LOW-PRICED UPItIlW'AMOo madl by In Now York. who a the tboot rabh ales, with the . oustsa Itre doablb f*e ao*"*3*!Ii toath 01r1. boat ltoa, sad the fntlnoat .1 1e Ameirica !iaws. Their peoteraa .. _ tasat - DOLLRSO L$S than the Plaoel Plsaeuea daceoaB 01 beang mada haren sad gpNlag ao d. umsoywy q= Fifty r81OONiD-a.ED PEAWOS at head, an- foar oa a a baralna. pamdt M. ead ____. Matea A Nomln' ORGANSl. nln, aeop. only l"0. - PHILIP WERLEIN, The Leading Piano Dealer, my2O 15P 78 and 9 0 Baonne Street, N. 0. .. . .... . .. ... '.1 ". .k .L· .t~ .ooo .,.,..',,.u( IyoY··~.-j-; iJSR' BLOTINT SPRINGS, ALA. Great Southern Wealth and Pleasure Resort. Tio waters from these Justly celebrated pringe are a certain and speedy sere for RHEUMATISM, NEURALCIA, Chroalo Sore yes. Goent, aHliruptiva Dliesso of the Skin, Plmplese Blotehes, motie of euery deslriptime, and hr Paralysis and amont ovary disease the buean flesh Is heir to. They have no superior on this Conti nent. The JACKSON HOUSE and esrrounding eottages have been refitted, with capacity exiended for the aecommodattio of more guests this seoson than ever befere. RTMs Or BOARD DURING THE &UMMIR MOtTHO. By the day.................................... .... $ 50 lythe week ...... ............ ....... ... 14 By the month itwo or more in one room)......... 40 00 By the month (singale person in room) ............ 10W BLOUNT IPRTIGS are on the Beath and North Alabama Railroad, 130 miles north of Montgomery, in the moantains and mineral region of North Alabama, and on the direct line of travel from Co, itnna to Mobile and New Orleans. Je10 Im J. D. TOWNER. Prpprieter. D-ENTIST......................... DENTIST JAS. 8. K2APP, D. D. 8., 15 ............ arone Street ............. jell 77 ly New Orleans. YOU CAN BUY FIRST COMMUNION CANDLES, Made of the PUrest Wasx FIRST COMMUNION WREATHS. Made of the Very Beet Materials, and Prayer Books, Beads and Religious Articles, Suitable for Persoes Making their First Communion, at the very lowest rates, of PHILIP ANTONI, Dealer in Catholio Books and Religions Articles, Corner Josephine and Constance Streets, Picture Framing done to order, mhS5 5p ly ESTABLISHED 1810. CHARLES SIMON & SONS, 63 N. Howard Street, Baltimore, Md, IMPORTERS AND DEALERSB IN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS . Would reepotfotll eall the attention of Institutions and the public to their extensive stook of Black and Colored MERGE8. UNU ' OCOTH. DEAP D'ETE, BROAD OLOTIY (beet cotton warp and a wool) Linen and Cotton SitTNi . TInGHErINO. PILLS,. CARINGO BLANKETS, 'rt)WELS. TOWE]LINOO. NAPKIS8, )D 'IIES, TABLE CLOTHS, TABLE LINEN, etc., etc As well as to the r gpst variety of DRESS GOODS. EtrtRO In.rUIES,. LACES. CORSEIS LADIES' READY-IfADE UNDERWEAR IOODI for BOYr' and MEN'l, WEAR, etc Also tU, their DRESSMAKINO DEPARTMENT. CLOAK4, DRESSES. etc. ne'o to order promptly in a apell or manner, acd in OLe Itrat style. at moder. ate atLes Orders solicited tule. for srlf.meamure wment, and amples of materiae' with estimates of oost, senlt upon eppllcttloo As our Goods are pnrabased for cash from the best on"ee.s, we can offer tben o ine miot favorable terms. All orders. aomoon tgr to 802 or over. will be sent free of freight charges bt Exores. but parties whose orders are not secomalaed by the money, and having their goods sent C. O. D . mast ay for the return of money. lel 8 77 lyop FIRST COMMUNICANTS! PIRST COMMUNIOANTS 301T to0 PRAYER BOOKS. PRAYER SEADS SCAPULARS., MEDALR. LACE PICTIRES,IETC AT KIRKPATRICK'S Fourth District School Book Depot, 610............ Mazine o Street..........61 Bear Joephin. Ha·vig not received a nice aessrtomet of the above articles, I solicit the onstom of the pubile. J V3O T lyop HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR, AUOTIONEERS, OBOoe, No. 11 Carondelet Street, Between Canal and COmmon. Will attend to Sales of Real Estate, urnitura, Stocks, Bonds. Sertn, etc. and to the apS. 3msp Renting of looesm. COMMUNION ! COMMUNION I Parents will do well to remember the store of A. A. BOHBE, DEALER I SCHOOL BOOKS, SHEET MUSIC STATIONERY, No. 369 Dryadee Street, where they will led every article necessary for personu about to makne tLheir irmt Commulon, seeh ns Prayer Books, Beads, Scapulars, Medals, FIRST COMMUNION OUTFIT*, WREATHS, oa. Wreaths a apecialty-ll home made. P!a!n and Ornamental Wasn tandles made to order. ded4 lyp T. J. BROWN, Practical Paper Hanger, 2a3............Camp btree.............63 Between DeLaid s .d P rre. BENZIGER BLOT ' NEW TOni: 311.............. Bread wy ............ ..Ei CINCINNATIs a 1Mam Ida.O ST. LOUISa 104 Xe tb lthaines 43D IRISH AND AMERICAN FLA BADGES, SCARFS. Zm. kVERITTHINI I1 mlrB KEG ºLIA LINE 1'LUASB PE£I FOR P/lOXI LTdE W' reatlates made and aampl.e sert oa appllot0I Ordes promptly attended ti. aS 1yop GREAT LIQUIDATION SALE Dry Goods, Carpets, Window Shades, OTIL CLOT. LACE CUETAXI1, COIL ORS, InTO, AT OREAT SACRIFICE, B. & W. CRONER'S, 147..............'Canal Street............14 The Sale to eeaanue from der to day uallteMzre SOLD OUT. oil early and take year obeaas The Stoeak immenely age ecd af the :atout goed.. 1Stre lor rent and lstaree for sale. apl sp WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC. -IALTKD - AGLUTS TO CANVASI lOB '"Our Young Folk's Magazine," the beat llautrated CathboUl Juvetile. and shehabo sut in the country. The Clergy approve at I 1ead 1e childre like it. Any lady or geatlemeN applllg must mad a good recommendation fLoe their ptler. Nor particulars addrsem REV. THOMAS SCULLt. Milter, m31 Ian Box 31O. Bastes. ean. F OE f-Tj- 1WLL ,OCATID WOOD and Perdldo tWa.ta, baeg a s rse rof atata cad e.pabmat of 041e a , Jelage Itaa so a eest as daringw summer a ool nrer. veryahas. Apply tO eaMrs. JAMe WAND. a te @ ,eeml Pedrae somet, cnaeemr. Dryad. midl 1a PIANO TUNING, 630 MAOAZIyn, QOOp ) - work. Puc 03a D. LZLZH., Paty 'hale/. ST. PATRICK'S BHALL FOR DIl FOX BALLS, CONoZZW AND rasa. -ALL IEM t. TTY, will Me eaed. "y het -r ler, m e - eememo eam. e OgmCý BALL.U LEOTuUBS AMBm p Fff o>RAE::Aalcs pi ;