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et csi lbratiles in semaldsavlie. !rthm e se in sidtuyars the people of le a just aense to celebrate the -aesl Deelaration of Independ 'O, in all the now historio W Ooefldesat Wlear, Leuisi :a/, aiheddlag their. RlI, blood in 'e paiplmeotalned in that -., sald as these were by a foe a moee ameses and with ten the resoureas of their defenders. Our t was followed by a more ruinous war that in which the lower of our youth secrldoed, and for twelve long years slanu was a prey to bands of advento who, under the protection of the vie ms North, wrong from her impoverish. ePple the little that invasion and son bad. left them, and in all reepeots ý:a zmgaed her fair name that it became a lword among the nations. _utM thl is all past. Loalsiona, like her ales tr 8tates of the South, is ruled by men of her ele . Order reigns throughout her limits, and with quiet determination her people have ttMd -down to achieve those vitories of pse whihob it is maid are no lees renowned this these of war. eUader these oiroumastnce it is but natural that the coming anniversary should be cele heated with the greatest enthuselasm, and from present indications we judge that such will be thb emas ; Throughout the State joy will reign and jeeal-bodies in all its towns and villages will tlebrate the day by parades, excursions, etc. The greatest demonstration, however, will take plae6-in the thriving little town of Don aideonville, the birth place, we believe, of Gorverni Nioholls. There the ladlee have been making extensive preparations for the reception of numerous visitors, and the Doon anideoville Artillery, whiob, under command of Capt. Lajdry, won such distinotion in Vir ginia, have succeeded in getting promisee from many of their old army friends i n differont parts of the State, to unite with them in doing hon er to the grand occasion. Among the visitors from New Orleans will be those two splendid aslisary organizations, the Washingtop Ar tilery and the Coqtioental Guards, which will 6 np n stesamers chartered for the purpore. Besides the Governor and most of the State efelals, a few of our Slate Senators and Rep reaentatives, there will be present a large number of distinguished men from other parts of the State. Alter the parade, addresses will be delivefed by two of the most eloquent ora ters in the South, the poet-priest, Rev. A. J. Ryan, and the silver-tongued Ellis, member of o from the Second Congressionol Istriot. Of course large numbers of our citizens not pnnected with any organization or excursion arty expect to be in Donaldsonville at leasnt for a few hours during the festivities. To Sthee we would-volunteer th information that .bbe steamer LaBelle will leave the foot of Canal street at 7 o'clock on the morning of the 4th, and will reaoh Donaldsonville in time for ahose on board to participate in the celebra tion. Shewill remain there several hours and, returning, reach her landing at Canal street by 10 o'olook the same night. As the fare for the ropend trip will be only $2, and the excursion will be in charge of the ladies and gentlemen of 8t. Stephen's parish, we have no doubt a large number of our people will avail them selves of the opportunity of spending a pleasant day on the river and in Donaldeon ville, and of doing their share in making Louisiana's celebration of the Fourth of Joly, 1877, as grand an event as it should be. - It ma inmbhered that one of the last acts Ci I n Reiobstag was to pass a law aaut the future, and controlling the po- 1ile tpriesonment with respect to witnesses to give evidence. This law, although passed by the Reichstag, has yet to receive the sanction of the Federal Council before it can possess legal efficacy. It is re ported that the Government. which was so thoroughly beaten on this question in the Relebtag, is now using all its influence to pre vent the law receiving its final sanction. Mean time, the Germaria calls attention to the fact that two Catholic priests, Podens and Herold havebeen for nine months confined in the jaij at Heileginstedt for refusing to give informa tion concerning a matrimonial dispensatisn. They bad a third companion, the parish priest Lorens, of Heileginstdt, who, after having been confined in the jail for over seven months was allowed out on account of a serious illness into which be had fallen. Referring to the subject of Colonization, the IreA Calholie Union Jurnal of last Saturday, says : The movement is still making rapid progress. Ere Presldent Kelley calls the Ninth Annual Coavention to order, one, perhaps two, oolo nies will have been sent to their "future field." The Philadelphis Assooiation Ia working very hard. Their first party will, with the help of God, leave Philadelphia on Monday, July 1th. This will be a "working party, who are to open a road into the traot, build a chapel, immigrant depot, etc. As soon as this will he done the colony'will gelown. Literary men and journalists are passed by in te United States when public ofcee Is to be bestowed. In France, Guizot, er, Chatenaubriand, Hugo, Simon, etc., Slife us journalists; in England, - eol, Gladstone, Mackintosh, etc., first ttnrcted public attention by their writ ulpg, 3et, in the United States, literary men and journalists are elbowed and pushob ed aside with little or no ceremony, while men of greatly inferior abilities are pitch forked into office. In the South journalists lare even worse than they do in the North, and it is a rare occurrence for an editor to Selected to Coners. Mr. Wntterson is the-exoeption to the rule Rev. PFbather Finn left ist night for Vicks rwhbea r wiul u remain for an lndsltei d e le mubsenietted br.ths O@vfdb eshore v Afer"te(1 and tastw uSlE, heufltw a teaeeid feer N sents. OSuresr. wru a. etagsd all te rmb of tee as ltine0r. SPOBL-MOORB -At a luptal Mae, on Saturday. Jamne S, 1817, at the Chu rch d the Hely Trinity, by the rev. L. Thessl, assisted by BRe. A. Chaunls. John C. Sport and Analb Moore, both of this city. No cards. WARD-GOLIJN-Ou Wedneeday, Jane !), 1i77, at a Nuptial Mass, by the Roy. H. Gleesm. 0.2.3.. In the Chunrh of St. Alpbonans, Matthew Ward sad Blle Glls, both of this city. DAtMOTZ-DORI-On Thursday. JTne s , 1877. at st. Stkan'e Churchb, by the RBo. T. Je Abboth, C. M., John B H. Damente and Mim Jeammn 0. Dote, both of this oity. St. Louts, Mo., papers please copy D3m: BUKEE-Margaret Irons, aged 13 Sears and 10 months, daughter of Nioholas Barke and L'sle Has. ton. PRENDERGAST-Ou Thursday, Joupe (51877, at 7 o'clock P. e., J5 0. Pradergsut.aged'3 years, a native of Waterterd, Ireland, a resident of this city 45 years and of the State 54 years. LAVIN-On Sunday, Jaue 8t, 1877, at ili o'olook r m., Bridget ]lan, wift of the late John Lavin, aged 49 years, a native at Cunty Boseommoa, pariah of Kil. kierea, Ireland, a resident of this city fr the last 30 yeare. ANNIE. BURKE-On Friday. Juae 15, 1677. at in Y. Anale Mary, aged years 2 qpoutha and 6 dayo. yoongest daughter of Thome J. Burks and Margaret O'Hr.ra. Only two years in her mother's arms, Only two years at her father's knee, And then God called her with loving volce To dwell with Him through eternity. Only two years,-but the little feet Had crept far in to the mother's beart; Only two years,-but the tender hands, Of the father'a life, held the largest part. Only two years,-yet Heaven was near, With all of its glory and wealth untold ; And the babe, unskilled on the battle Iell, Was victor crowned with the Salnte of old ! Let the wee one sleep in her cofan-bed; A picture of beauty and angel grace; Her eyes are cloeed to your yearning lotk, But they see the glory of God's own face I Her hands are cold to your loving touch, But they hold the palm 'mid the heavenly throng; Her feet are still to oor pleading cry, But they move with ) y to the angel's song. Her little face, with its artless look, hbat koew no solence save that of mirth, Now beams with a knowledge far beyond the greatest wisdom men know on earth. Let affection dwell on the baby form, Asleep amid 1 owere and dainty lace; But let Faith behold her emthrond above In a robe of light, sad a crown of grace, Only two years l-bt, like links of gold., They will bind yoar hearts and her own in one, And lift your sonls from the gloom of earth To the Vision Bright whioh your babe has won. a B. Z. DURABL DENTISTRY. Dr. J. H.MALONEY. oornr of JoephlO and mCa tr-ete, nwr Magasieo Market, reepeottfuly maform his tientso and the publio it general that he 17 performing all operatioans appetening to hise profeeeion in the most olentldo manner. Artldtl teeth inerted, with or without extracting the roots, on a new plan. Old sets of teeth remodeled, and perfect adaptation secured. Teeth extracted without paina by the use of gas or chloroform. Charges within the reach of all ja14 77 1ap MATTHEW WARD, (SICCESSOR TO MARK B. GILLIP) DEiALIt n STAPLE AND FANCY GEBOC.ERES, Wines, Liquors, Eto, 12)............. Laurel Street..... ...2..129 Next to corner of Philip. Goods delivered to all parts of the city free. jyl ly H. A' BLAKE, Organist St. Michael's Church, Annunciation Squie, (residence No. 91 Chlppewa tret, next tothe Church, begs to nform the public that, It omeqlaree of a numbr of hi pupils leaving he city for the summer months be will receive either VOCAL or PIAYO NORrL PUPILS at very reaso able terms during the summer months. jel7 3p if SPECIAL NOTICES. HALL BRANCH NO. 3-HIBERNIAN BENEVO lent and Mutual Aid Association-Jane 30, 1877-The regular monthly meeting of this Branch will be held TUESDAY EVENING, July 3d. 1817, at 7+ o'clock. Members are requested to be punctual By order. PHIL McCABE. President. JNO. McCAFFREY. Recordang Seoretary. It THE SISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHEIRD have constantly on hand B.ADY-MADE CLOTHING FOR SALE. Plain and Embroidered Under-Linen for Ladies ; Fine and Coarse Shirts; Plain ones and Over alls for Laboring Men and Mechanics All substan tially made and at low prices. -o7 75 ly Sr. ALPHONSUS' TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASS0 clation.-The regular monthly meeting of this Associ tion will be hold THIS (Sunday) EVENING, at 4 o'clock, in St. Alphonsua Hall, St. Andrew street, be. tween Magazine and Constance streets. Gentlemen wishing to become members are cordially Invited to attend. D. H. BUCKLEY, President. J. H. rHELIN, Secretary. It ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE Association.-The Quartealy Communion of the mem bers of this Society will take p'ace THIS iSunday) MORNING, at the 7 o'clock Mass, in the Church of St. John the Baptist This Evening, at 7.30 o'clook, the Very Rev. B. A. Neithart, C.SS.B., will deliver an address, under the ·uspioes of the Union, in St. John's Church. The members are rquested to be punctual in attend ance. Members of other societies are invited to at tend. P. FARRELLY, President. T. W. CURLEY, Secretary. It T. JOHN THE BAPTIJST CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSOCIATION. - The odloers and members of the above Assoctation are bereby notifed that the regular menthly meeting will be held on TUESDAY, July 3d. 1a77, at i rP. M., in St. John's Schoolhouse. Punctual attendance is requested. Gentlemen desirous of becoming members are tivited to attend. By order: P. FAREB LLY, President. THOS. W. CURLEY. Secretary. ST. S;PEEN'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENCE SOCIETY.-The rseglr monthly meeting of this ooatetywill be held THIS (Sday) EVENINGr , s So'eloe, in St. Viseent's Ad.m;, 9a0poiesSa Aene, maa thms abseL . WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS, AND THE WISE ALL DO. W-hat the Ladies All Say: OO TO DANZIGER'S I GO AT ONCE AND PARTAKE OF THE GREAT BARGAINS THEY ARE OFFERING T3 CLOSE OUT THEIR IMMENSE STOCK or Spring and Summer Goods For Bargains In Dry Goods, Go to Danliger's For Linen Lawns at tile, Go to Danskger's For rd wide Jawoneta at 1ae, Go to o Dansger'n For Linen.Baotst, at 1260, Go to Dons ger'0 For Traviind LPnens, Go to Danstger's For new French Organdies, Go to Dansiger's For yard wide Peroalee at 70, Go to Danaigt"e' For pretty eMo Gmblqoes. ao to Dansiger's For the prettlest Linen Lawns, Go to Dansiger'o For Brocaded Lteno , too to Dansiger'e For Bunting sad Zephyr Cloths, Go to Dansiger'e For Travellreg Deoegeo, Go to Dansiger's For semplea ofr bove. Writs to DansAger'o For pBrgains In White Goods, Go to Danslger's For Striped Victoria Lawns at 10. Go to Danslger's VF r Plaid Victoria Lawns at 150, Go to Dansiger'e For Satin otrlped Victoria Lawns, in colors, at ouo. Go to Dans'ger's For plain Victoria Lawns st 10, Go o d 15o. Go to Dsntger's For Bishop Lawns at 15 asd toc. Go to Daeslger'e For plain Nsltsools at u0. 120and 1sn, Go to Dansiger's For striped Nainsoohs at 126 and 150, Go to Dansger's For plaid Nhol nookst 12t lsod 15o. Go to Dantger's For Swise MYusles at O t 1l and ISO, Go to Dansiger's For French Swiss Mus nls at 20, 25 and 30c. Go to Danslger'a For 84 Organdiee. Go to Dallniger's For Paris hLwns, Go to Dansiger's For yard-wide Piquos at 10t, Go to Dansigor's For open-work Piques. Go to Dansiger's For samples of White Goods. Write to Danaiger'a For LBargains n ck Grenadineas, Go to Dansiger's For pore black and good wear, Go to Dans'ger's For lowest prioee. Go to Dansiger's For Black orenadinee at IOo, Go to Dansigerl For plain Bank Grenadinee at 25, 30, a40 50 10d 6oe Go to Dann'gert' For Striped Gronadlnes at S9o. Go to analgr's For Brocaded Sttiped Grtnadines at eoe, Go to Danslger's Forall.silk Orenadlne. wlh satin stripe. worth s1 selling at 30o, Go to Danslger's For Plaid Grenadines at 90. S, 30, 30 and Coo, Go to Dsnalger'a For al-ilk Brocaded Grenadines at 1 25, Go to Danloger's For finest qualities of Grenadines. Go to Dsansger's For yard-wide.alik for Grenadine Un. leg at 40o a yard. Go to Danaiger's For Samples of Black Grenadlnes, Writs to Danslgrr's For Bargalns in Silks, do to Dansiger's For Black Silk at 150, worth S1. Go to Dansiger's For BIlack SBIlk at i.t, worth 50. coo to Danslgoer's For Black Silks at 1l 50, 9i and 07, Go to Danblger' For Summer Bilks at 7S. worth Si 50, Go to Danidger's For Bargalns In Black Goods. Go to Dansiger's For Black Alpaca at 20. 25 and 3, Go to Danolger's For Black Delalnes at 30, 40 and 0to0, Go to Danalger's For double-wlltn Delaines Go to Danslger's For Tamlese at 5o, worth $t Go to Dansliger's For G(roelo. Bombazinee and Nourn Ing Goods G3 o Dansigr's For English Crepe at i5o, Go to Daosger'es For Famples of Blk Goods, Write to Danslger's For Corsets at 300. Go to ilDnslger's For splendld-fitting Corsets at 73c, Go to Dana ger's Gor splendid-fitting Corsets t 0I, Go to DanZlgCr's For French Corsets at St, Go to Dansziger's For ilk Parasols, good size at 950. Go to Danmigor's For laerge Paraos, xtres qnuality of silk. at $1, Go to Dana'ger's For French Preasola, with ivory, gold and pearl handles, at $3 $1,05 and $6.' Go to Dsonlgsr'a For a'l the newest styles of Canopy l'arois, Go to Dan'er'g For art opy Paraslls. brocaded satin. at Si 50. Go to Dansiaer's For Lisle Thread Gloves at J5 and 200o, Go is Damzger's For Li'e Thread Gaunntlet at o20 and 3 c, - Go to DanLiger's For bandatitohed Handkerohiefspure lineo, ca' 1 tO Go to Dana'ger's For ladies' finished white and brown Hose st tio a pair, Go to Danzolger's For all the new shadcs of ladles' and children's Hosiery,. Go to Danziger'es For childseo's fins Hosiery, Go to DnsiLger's For ladles' fine Hosiery, G o to Dansiger's For gent's fine Hosiery stn to lans gre's For gents' and ladies' Undershlrto. Go to lnartger's Goods sent on approval to all parts of thie country, Write to Damnalger' For Borgain In L'nens. Go to Daoz'ger's For IWLst Linens at 55 a piece, Go to Iisra'gec'a For splendid value at , 16 , s i anr, d cd S0, Go to Daniczer' For Linens by the ird, Go to Dari.et's For hbeeting ano Pillow-Ouase Lnoens. Go to laua!ger'a For Linen Table ramaske at 35, 40 and 59c, Go to Dnnliger's For splendid bleached Table Damuas at L, 15 nd an To, Go to Danziger's F. r Notilgliam Laces from 19ii cp. Go to Dns gaer'e For Vetibnle Leoas, trom lto up, Go to Danstger's For Nottingham Lace CurtLans, for O6 per pair up Go to Danziger's For Bohbllet Bars, all grades, from 11 50 to to the very flOnset Go to Dartiger's For Japanese Faso, at I ,, 15 sand So. Go to Dansiger's For Children'e Japanese Fanse, at 5, 10 and lIn. Go to Daniger's For FreeLo Chromo Fans st SOc. Go to Dact ger's For Chatelainee, In great variety. Go to Danaeger'l For the finest line Scarfa in the city. Go to Danliger's For beautiful Baiaui:e Scarfs at 3Oc, worth 750., G to flanziger'e For lk Ties at 2 tt 1;, to D.nziger's For Fichna anod Lace B,bs, Go to Doaslget's For Embrolderies. Go to l)arnzger's For pretty Laees. Go to Dusnger's liood1 sent to all par s of the country on approval Write to Daonoger's for the greatott bargains In Callooes atd Cottons. Go to Dar igelr's For pletty Calicoe at 46 and 5o o to Dansliser's For splendid BlearchLed Cotton at tc, Go to lianaiger's or good Brown Cotton at 50. Go to DatAsilger' F'or Lonsdale and Pin-t ot the Loom. cheaper than anywhere, Go to Dlnalger's For soft-finlhed Cambrics at so yard. Go to Danzlger's For Yi yard wide Shoetlings aUc s 3aid, Go to Danmager.s For il'low CaeL'otton an 1ljo yard, Go to Danmlger's For Children's nod Gents' Casimeres, Go to 1)antigers For Linen Cheeks, Linen Dull.n, Docks. Cnt onsdee, Jeson, Den Ins, Tickings, at leu than manu lactuoere' prices. Go to Donslge'e Sanptes sent f2ee to all parts of the nouniry, Writs to Danaiger's FOR BAIGI NSIP I AANTY AND ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS THE LADIES ALL SAT " Go to Danziger's Popular and Reliable Dry Goods Stores, 203 CANAL STREET. BETWgEN BURGUNDY AND AMPART. AND 228 and 230 Royal Street, COBRNE OF SE. PHILIP." A member of oar Sr. glss essnnary oeds5 his ar tioulso nod proelst saitestis. Samples sod a e _ sen to slL arts e IO maters lse edooo ebl seeds thaim m -s.ea snd q er d mmrWsa LEVY'S n O L L - R T O M . 137 CANAL STREET. GREAT REDUCTIONS THIS WbEB IN THE FAN DEPARTMENT. JAPA]ES FANS o tot ho beet qualitiee only) from 51e to 30e. FRENCH UHROMr) FANS. from Sio to 365. SILK FANS. from $1 to te. SILK AND SATIN OHRIUO TANS, WI 5t to Si And 1ll the higher grades. frim S t 1Sit, proportionately r clueed. SILK rAN OCUDS, heretofore sold fer8i, mow 350-iu tit oolorm. The only Honu, to Noew Orlenn that Meils tILK PARASOLS at 3a. S ni BlLZD SILK I-INCOH UYMBRELLAS at S i Fancy Handle SILK PARASOLS at si and PEARL HANDLIE, 16.inoh'at 3 5). Bto and tOo ri. on every two Inches larger in asoe. THE KID GLOVES At 40 Cents and 75 Cents a Pair are the Marvel of the City. JUST TRY A PAIR! 1(33 Paire have been sold the week endlnfJane 21d. ONLY 0OO0 PAIIS MORE LENT. AND TEU OPAQUE LINEN WINDOW SHADES, With Gold Border, at SI a Pair. WHO CAN BEAT 1 TT And the LACE CURTAINS. at I1 And the 7.Ioh ARH RIBBON, beot quality, at 930; And the LACE BIBS. latest style.at t oo: And the LINEN COLLAR and CUFFd. at Ito a setl And the BILK 87ARFS and CUFFS, at boo0 And the RPANISH LACE BCARFS. t Yards Long. at $I i And the Fine GROSOR IN RIBBtNS. at 150o a yard; And the Fine CH]EMISE SKIRT G)WNS. at S i And the 1(0,000 other useful Novelties, at Si. WHO WILL COMPETE WITH LEVY? LIDIE:--I promise you polite and courteous attention, sad fall value for your money. As I am determined to make the DOLLAR STORE synonymous with liberal and high-toned dealing, and to prove my sincerity. I will cbeerfolly refond the money for any article purchased In my Iouse that done not, updn examination and reflection, turn out satisfactory. But please do not feel ofended i, under a mbspprohension that everything Ii a DOLLAR in the DOLLAR STORE, yon should be refused a $5 and sometimee n 850 artilel for a DOLLAR, as has often been the case. Relying on your generosity. I am, ladies, yours obediently, Jyl lmIp E. LEVY UPRIGHT CHIOKERING PIANOS, Whloh are presented to the public as the MOST PERFE T PIANOS of their class in the world Tbs' Monu facturera, by utlizing all the Improvements developed during the Ilst fifty eers, have suceeoded In asking i Piano which, in lone. touch and daurbility. srpaes all Pianos made either In Europe or this eoounty, anod offering it to the public AS LOW AS1 ANYGOO UPRIGHT PIANO MADE. I have a full ortmeunt e the same on hand, and invite the public to examine them. - I have a LOW-PRICED UPRIGHT PIANO, made by I EHardmaýn C o,.. In New York. who nee the beet French action. with tte American iron double frame eyetem, giving them the touen of the best French. end theoo follness of the Ama, i,an Pianos Their p:iod ranges aebou ORE HU NDRD DOLLARS LESS than the Pleyel Piaoes, n ace ,ot of beleg made here, and paying no duty. Bold on monthly payments. or rented with the privlle*ge to pohnbsse Fifty 8COOND-HAND PItNO4t on nea t n I for nale at a ih gae'. Piaose taned and repaired. Mason & Bamlin'e ORGANS, nine stops, only $1t4. PHILIP WERLEIN, The Leading Piano Dealer, m t() 1.fip 78 and 90 Raronne Street, X. 0. -HIRTY ALL LINEN !SHIRT HtIKr- SHIRTS HIIRrS AT SHIRTS SHIRT B. T. WALSHE'S, HIRT SHIRIS SHIRTS SHIRT'' 110 Canal Street. ShIuRTS SHIRT, SHIRTS SHIRTr - SHIRTS SHIRTSI :SHIRTS SHIRTS A SPECIAL CONSIGNEII T SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS "Irish Made" SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS ALL LINEN, ALL 81ZES SHIRTS SHIRTS ' SHIRTB SHIRTS SHIRTS BSHIRTS'8HIRT SiRts $36 PER DOZEN, SHIRTS SHIRTS' AXD SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRT ]IIIRT8EVERYTHING ELSE SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS was SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS Gentlemen's Wear SHIRTS SHIRTS zgUALLY LOW SHIRTS HLIRT QUALLY SHIRTS SHIRTS AT SHIRTS SHIRT8 BHIRTS SHIRTS B. T. WALSHE'S. SHIRTS 1et4 3m5p NEW AND SECOND-HAND SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT, BOLD AND EXCHANGED AT 389 Dryades Street. Prems will 4* well hes ar OLD Uubeet eeksa ES+TABLIR5HE D11. CHARLES SIMON & SONS, 63 N. Howard Street, Baltimore, Md., IMRORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Would repoetfully eall the attentlen of Iaetltetleoa td the pnblo to their extnelve stock of Black ad olored SERGES, UNS CLOTH. DBAP D'ETE, BROAD CLOTH (beet cotton warp and all wool). Linen and Cotton PHIRT O, fHErrETING. PILLOW CANING, BLANKELT. TOWELS TOWELINGS NAPKINS, D-ILIES TABLE CLOTHS, TABLE LTIEN, etc.. ecto LA well as to tho'r great variety of DRESS GOODS. EMBBOIDERIES. LACES, CORSETS. LADIES' READY-MADE UNDERWEAR, GOODS for BOYS' sad MEN'S WEAR, etc. Aloe to their DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT. CLOAK4, DRESSES. eto.. mare to erder proemptl in a superior maneor, and Ia the latest style. at mado. ate rate. Orders .olleod. ele., for selLfmsenre. meit. andoamnAle of materlals, with estimate at act, eet epon applloatlt. Aser Gde are prohaseed for cash froL m te best nonre,. we can olr them on the moat faverable terms. All oerder, amomntlag to Sm or ovre. will ho sot free of freight chargee by Exprees, bet parties whee e dor. arc not aooemled by tbhe mamy, cad having their good. snt 0. O. D., moat pay for thbe reur of0 mey. elt! 77 lyIp A CARD. As the well.noewn sad respectable heose of BEN ZIGER BROS.. Now York, Catholl. Panlilhs to our Holy Iathor, has generoualy appelnted me their Agent for this B-ate and the Diaose aof Mobile, for the the IWe of cur veocrblo PemtU, Plas the Nit, am prepared to iall a1 rdal for this besetifelly 1 ed work, In GOerm a a d I ngilab, at the Pah l h aore prles t English editles, Si N Oerma,. 1i. very Cathdli should have a eas0 a aMb vrrampesl work. .PIPI BENZIGER B NW ORK E: 31..1......... Broaw.. -r-........ ... CINCINATI t1 M1as atsee. rT. LOUIV e4 14e b Eh men BUse i as MRegallsas'ý IRISH AND AMERICAN FLAGS, B4DGES, SCARF8. TIO. I YEVRYTTIWO IN THE REGALIA LIM PLZABZ SEND FOR PRIOR £MOIM. W Istlatee made and samples sent oa spplieaMes Orders promptly attended to. . Bs15Op GREAT LIQUIDATION SALE Dry Goods, Carpets, Window Shades, OIL CLOTH, LACE CURTAIlS, CORNICES, ELTO - - GREAT BA OBIFICE, Ar B. & W. CRONER'S, 147............. Ual S et ..r..t.......... 1 The SalJ to contanse from day to day natl emtre BOLD OUT. Call earl and aeo your bcholoe Ti Stock Immensely largeo and of bhe ltet oode. Store for rent and Flatures for Pale. sal nSp, "OU CAN BUY FIRST COMMUNION CANDLES, Made of the Purees Wazn FIRIT OOMMUNION WREATHS. Made of the Very fDeet Materalsi, sad Prayer Books, Beads and Religious Articles, Suitable for Persona Maklng theIr First Commalem, at the very I~weet stee, of PHILIP ANITONI, Dealer to Cathollc Books aod Itellitens ArtilIes, Corner Josephlts and Ce(sasce Streooet PiLture Prsalag done to order. mIbtS p 3 FIRST COMMUNICANTS! FIRST OOMMUNIOANTS PRAYER BOOKS. PRA LAPUE AR. MDAL LACE PICTURB1S5T0O AT KIRKPATRICLK' Fourth District School Book Depot, 610........... MagzrunoStreet............ Beer Josephlo.e Baving not recelwed a alesIo artmlnt of the a artlclesoo. I solit the cutom of the pubtlic. jc30 76 1y5p HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR, AUOTIONEERS, Ofice, No. 11 Caroodelet Street, Between Canal and Common. Will attend to les of Real Esatst. F1r atre Bonds. $orD. re., ad to the - apiS 3m5p Renting of lonasee. T J. BROWN, Practical Paper Hanger; o3 ........... Camp Street..........-.. Between Dlord and Poeyfarre, Saw o0u515J5 A lrge uscorltment of Wall Peper, Geld ad Tel, Borders. 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