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ORL.AULS. e1MAY, S3PTxZM3 30 SI1n. LITT=E FRO PELICAW. PL.AQUoMum, September 26th, 1677. her Morning Star, Tbs late storm is still our theme of converse. and no doubt will be further on, for it done much harm, the full extent of whioh ardly known. We hope, however, that a Providence will bless us with a fine fall harvesting the cane arop, and in that event lose to our sugar planters will not be so at. We bad foe prospects throughout this tion before the late gale, for props of all ids, which bare been more or less out short. In your lIst issue, Mr. Editor, you advocate o calling of a Convention to frame a new ustitution for our State, and you give ree a, nd promise others, why our organic law uld be changed. o one, knowing anything of this important teo, hesitates a moment in acknowledging necessity of such ohange, but we differ as the mode of attaining it. convention is, it occurs to us, objectionable t only on account of its great cost, but for er reasons which I need not here mention. The plan suggested by the Demoorat, of your ,-to have a Constitution framed by a com teo, to be appointed by the Governor, for umisiop to the Legislature and then to the ple,-is far preferable, and I hope will be )pted when our General Assembly next st. PELICAN. LETTER FROM BOUXA. HouxA, LA., September 25, 1877.. ter Morning Star': e storm on the 17th and 18th inst. played havoc in our parieh.: n Bayou du Large ther Geofroy's di -the tornado was hble: houses,.san -bede, fences and barns e blown down, trees *ere uprooted and the -canes were laid fiat to the ground. From 1 Belanger we have similar reports, and D. Gaidry was killed by the fall of a house. * Wane crop has been severely damaged, and b'tless one third of the yield has been lost, Will be lost in the rolling season, as the time qulred for its maturity will be prolonged. a the 13th and 14th of October a grand Fair 11 be given in Houma for the benefit of St. nois de Sales' Church. Excursion trains 1 run from New Orleans to Hooms, leaving oers at 7:30A. aM. and returning at midnight. e fare has been reducoed to two dollars for the ad trip. We sincerely hope that many of our of this ciroamstance, and at the same time eahelping hand to a charitable assooiation. bonne (good land) Parish is one of the beautifully situated districts in this State, affords all the luxuries of a vegetable land. Its of all descriptions are plentiful, and woers why the whole parish may be called a wet garden. As an extra induoement to your rriageable young men, we would say that rrebeune boasts of having some of the most utifnl and loveliest girls in the State. reat preparations are being made by the liee for the hospitable reception of tbhoe o will honor us with their presence, ard thing will be left undone to make their short y among nus agreeable and interesting. remain, very respectfully, A. F. c. LETTER FROM JACESON, ISS 8 JACKSON, Miss., Sept. 21, 1877. itorMornlegStar : sing a constant reader of your paper, I have y often been surprised to notice that you e been so seldom made the recipient of espondence from this progressive city. ring that you would not be apprised of the ir, I thought proper, in lieu of others, to te you a short letter descriptive of the t of the "Mother of Mercy," which Feast commemorated to day, September 24, 1877. was also the fiftieth anniversary of the ndation of the Sisters of Mercy. The entire hful of Jackson, in,conjunction with the ters of that Order, united in celebratirg glorious day. ter an unusually large attendance at High s,'the children of St. Joseph's Academy, it friends and relatives, proceeded to the ool grounds where they disported them es in innocent amusoements until late in the ningi , mld the great throng we noticed the ent pupils of the school, the former olare and graduates, the old folks, priests, sisters, all r.esembled in honor of the ive occasion, and all recalling those sweet tender memories of the past which, when trred to by the participants in the events reef, elevate mankind and make dearer and ler every feeling in the human breast. he convent was crowded in the night by e who came to be present at the beautiful rformance which Father Picheret had pre red for the delectation of his guests. In the dlence we missed many familiar faces, ose absenbe recalled to our mind the thetlo words of Longfellow: All ave scattered now and fled Home ase married. some are dead. And then I ask with throbs of pain. Ah i when sh~all we all meet a0gain I The Catholics of Jackson are most fortunate having for their pastor the Rev. Father herit, and for the instructors of their ldren the good Sisters of Mercy whose sence has proved mostbeneoclial to the com nity and advantageous to the interests of chubnrch. May beth be spared long in their eotive fields of usefulness. M. A. F. nry Noriehr of Msrriaga and Death. wil, hervefler be inerled for Ary cents. Obn|~aries twil be charged at te rae of in cents lInd. 'ULGEB--RU88 .L--On Tuesday, September s18. , at St. Patrick's Church, by the lsv. Father L. J. ennedy, William 3. Bnager to Miea Bridget Mary ussell. No Cards. CARD. Referring to cur Column AdvertIsement, we beg to st that we will not open in our NEW STORE, corner egaine and St. Andrew streets, on the ist of October, therein stated, on aooonat of naveldable clrcuam. see, of which we had no control. Due notice will given to our friends of the opening day. Reqpeetfnlly, LEVY BROTHBRS. BOLAIN-On Sunday, Sptember IS. IST?, ati ., Martin folan aged 4 yeas, tsaUie. of IEllasd. Ocuasy Cmlae, Lead., and a tresdeelt Of this city fa the }et i years. WALSH-On Tuesday. Peptamber 35. 18'1, aS ta.A U., Piere O. Walsh, agedle )ar 'a nbt.ve oa Ireland. and a resident of this city fop ie past 9 yenaa. VAIL--O Modsy, Septembehr t, 1I9e at tgr, u.N. Mr. Jula• Veil w.e iria0oll. in the lort.third y ear of her aga, a matireof aley hbomeu. County Watadu-ed, Ireland and a reeideat of this c ly for the pe t twe veO yea. ctr. 'VIP-.At the r Oeidence of his eon.-n.law J. 7. Cofld. Point Botula, Plantation. amesoaon ariah, a.. oa Thuredy, Bepmber oe , 1t7., at e o'olor k P. w . Robert MeoQntnn Davise aged ta cears a native f Ba timora, Mid, nd a reodent of thls oeoy the past -ty JEWKhNS-In Baltimore. on n8tu.day, September 92, 1r77 Helena, daughter of the ilate duatdJaenkns. Jr., and niece of toheflbht Bav. Bishop Elder. Of your char ty pray for aeu ool. IN NIMKOEIAX op MRS. JOSZPH O'BRIEN. Oh I Angel of Death. thy dark wing hath o'ershadowcd So sadly, aso swiftly, our desolate home ; Thy sorrowlul power bath pawed o'er our dwelling. The father, the children, are weeping alone. God of our life I when the voice of Thy herald Had bidden the aoul of Thy Mexvant deprti How tremblingly then were the words of thy osumons e.echsed In many a griefs'rloken heart. Tes, praise to the merciful hand that hath spared her So many an hour of trial and pain ; One touch of the heavon-gulded angel hath severed The links of her bondage, the weight of her chain. Oh, dear one I Lh. lost one I we will not lament the,, We rest in the thought that thy conflict is o'er, I hat, peacefully sheltered from sorrow, thou'rt waitingl To welcome us home to the heavenly shore. A FRIEND. OBITUARY. Died. n TnuesTray, September 11, 1,17. at 1 r. o.. MARY JOSEPIIoB ZIMMUEitANA , aged eloteen and a balt years. Oh I I could envy thee thy solemn sleep, Thy sealed lip, thy rosary-folding pa!m. i by brow, searce cold, whose wasted outlines keep The " Bona iors '" sublime, unfathomed calm. I soah to wear myself that burial robe Anointed Lands have blessed with pious care: What nuptial garb on all this mortal globe Could with thy habit's peaceful brown compatel Beneath its hallowed folds thy feeble dust Shall rest securely through the night of time, Unharmed by worm, or damp, or century'e rust. But fresh. as youth, shall greet th' eternal prime Of that clear morn. bfc.re whose faintest tay Earth's bliss will pale, a taper's flickering gleam; I see it break I the pure celestial day, And stars of mortal hope already dim. " In pace Lord, oh I let her sweetly rest In Paradise this day with thee; Her faithful lips her d3 ing Lord confessed, Then let her soul Thy risen glory sees I . m. OBITUARY. Died, 'on Tuesday. September 11, 16s7, at 1 r. ac, MAR! JOSEPIILN ZIMJLRMABN, aged sixteen and a half years. Death has stolen from our midst a dearly.beloved companion. Were it not that beyond thin world there Ia another brighter sphere, where we shall meet those gone before, we could never be reconciled to the lose of a good and true friend. It is difflcult to find a true friend, one that is the same in adversity as In proe perity. That separation creates a void in the heart that never can be filled. Sush a dear companion she has been-a most tender and true friend. She was cut off from us in the prime of life. Her spirit was pure and good. It Is needless to speak of her virtues; they are indellibly engraven on the memory of those who shared her friendship. As a daughter she left no work undone.; Fond parents, whose earthly pilgrimage for sixteen and a half yeats she so happily cheered-ever proving herself an industrious, painstaking and de voted daughter-heaviest on them has the loss fallen. May they, stricken hearts, gather consolation from the thought that she has ony gone before us to that bright worhl where pain and sorrow are unknown. He who said " I am the resutrection and the life," has promised those who believe in His name that they shall not perish, but pass from this world to dwell with their loved ones fo'reve ti re. when their trials of life are over. Dear companion, I would not call Son back, for I feel assured you are happy. You have been to me a true friend and sweet companion. Ionly hope, when God Almighty calls me, I will be ma ready as you were, for then I shall meet you in that glorious kingdom where friendships will last forever. Until then brothers and frierds will strive to emalato thy virtues and thus assure a happy meetirg with the, in heaven where we shall, for all eternity, sing hymns of praise to the Creator and Benefactor of mankind. J. K URABLE DENTISTRY. Dr. J. H. MAI.ONEY. corner of Josephine and Camp streets, near Magscie Market. reap. ifnlly nforms his patients and the public in general that heis ptrformlg,, all operations appertalning to ebis profession in the moit seoentiflo manner. Artfilcial teeth inserted, with or without extracting the roots, on a new plan. Old sets of teeth remodeled, and a perfect adaptation secured. Teeth extracted without pain by the noe of gas or chloroform. Charges within the reach of all .1a14 7. lSp A. GREGORY, 436......... Dryodes Street ............ 436 Second Deer above Terpslohore, New and Second-.hnd hEWING MAf~HINIS of all kinds and Butterick ' PAPER PATTERBINS A full line of STATIONERY. SCHOOL BOOKS, and the latest tie end too Libraries. Sign of the " Red ewing Machblne." Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired. se30 6m HOME INDUSTRY. EOAN'S Louisiana Excelsior Yeast Powders Continue to be the STRONGEST and PUREST male. No irjanorus materis'a used in their manufacture. For aale by all grocers. sO Im SPECIAL NOTICES. THR SISTERS OF THE. GOOD SHEPHERD have constantly on hand READY-MADE CLOTHING FOR SALE. Plain and Embroidered Under-Linen for Ladles; 'Fine and Coarse Shirts ; Plain ones and Over alls for Laboring Men and Mechanics. All snubtan tianl made and at low prices. no7 75 ST. JOSEPH'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE CADET ASSOCIATION.-A special meeting of this Associa tion will be held THIS (Sunday) EVENING, at S o'clock sharp. ee30 It MATT McARDLE,. Presldent. NEW ORLEANS CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENCE ASSOCIATION.-The regular monthly meet. iag of this Assoolation for October will be held SUN. DAY, October 7th, (rait Sunday of the month) instead of on Sunday. October 1L4t, esecond Sunday of the month,) on acount of the Annual celebratian of Father Mathews' Birthday, which will take place on the latter data. THOBS. G. RAPIER. President. D. H. BUCKLEY, secretary. Kt CHEAPEST BOZ :4UND SHOE STORE IN HTE CITY. Al1 grade atlway ao haed and srol at the VERY LOWMIT PRIOlm. Call, examlan may steokpt4 prices, and be convinced. GEORGE J. WAGNER, UVealle street ortert of Dauphine. The Tackson Ratlroid tCity) ears pasl within one square of the staoe. 5.30 3m REMOVAL. ELDER'S CATHOLIC AGENCY is cow located at 78....... Ca.. Caroudelet Street............. 78 where the underaigned will continue to serve his pa trons, as heretofere, with everything in the line of Catholic Literature, Periodicals, ARTIOLES OF DEVOTION. CHA8. D. ELDER. P. s'offie Box 2',34 se3o 3m5p iRE OVAL THE HOPE INEURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS e Has removed to 27............... Camp Street ...............27 Near Common. Office lately occupied by the New Orleans Pacilo BRall road Company. se3 ImIp LOUIS BARNETT, Secretary. TO II KLS7ý'O¶oDflU4II9,Th I L63; Sr GO lddre I Br , NOw ST. ALOYSIUS ACADEMY. Directed by the Brothers of the 8acrid Heart. CORNER Cb ARTNES AND BARRACKS STREETS, NEW OSLEaUS. Thia Institution, ro well known to iA s numeroun patrons for thorough trtaning end prental attentlon to the moral and Christian education olf It students. Til open its netio session MOn Y Otober lsn. e187. The course of studies comprises the neusual Commer cial nd Preparatory Branoes, with French end Ger men. School hours from 9 A. u till IO r. Y. German forms no extra. For terms, etc.. apply.as above. se3a It ST. CHARLES COLLEGE, GRAND COTEAU, LA. Thie wetl.kinown Institution, under the direction oi the Fathers of the Society of Jeeus will reopen in the beginning of October for the Seseson of 1877-78. rather Montillot Is now in the city, and can be seen between the hours of 1 nd 3 r. t., at the Jesuits' Col, loge. corner of Msronue and Common streets. Be will leave on WEDNESDAY. October 3d. at 5 P. rm.. by the Opelonle packet " Bertha.' and take charge of pupils entrusted to him. Reference: P. POURSINE & CO.. Agents. e30 It 148 Gradier street. SPRING HILL COLLEGE, BEAR MOBILE, ALA. The Forty.Eicbth Annual Peoion of this well-known Ineltution opens WEIDZNESDAY. October 3d. Studente from the city will leave. in charge of some of the oofficers or the College. on Tuesday morning. at 7j o'clock, by the New Orleans and Mobile Railroad. The President of the College can oe seen from 10 o'loclk A. a to 3 P. M.at the Jesuits' College, Baronee street. s30 Int NOrICE TO PARENTS. JEFFERSON OOLLECE, ST. JAMES PARISH, LOUIGIANA. The Feaslon of 1n77-78 at the above InStitution will open TUESDAY. October Id. Students from the city will leave in charge of one of the Marlst Fathers on TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clcck, on boord the Henry Tote. set321 P. POUIiSINE & CO., Agente JESUITS' COLLEGE, BAROV.NE STREET. Classes wi:l be resumed in this Institution on MONDAY, October let. 1E77. re-3 At CHANGE OF BUSINESS LOCATION. We take plasunre In informing our customers and the publi goeneraily, that hating lea ed the elegant store at the Corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, (Tonro Buildings), now undoergling such Interior alte'atlor ase will make It ole of the FINEST Dry Goods Establishments IN THIS CITY. We sall uccupy the same on or stolt Ihe 25th of Septempber, with a MACNIFICEO T STOCK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FABRICS, Hosiaery. No ions. Cotoes. (:arpe:. MWatting, Windoe Shades, Curtainss. Coraies, ugse, Duggeteo, eto. B. & W. CRONER, 147 ............Canal Street............ 14 REMOVAL.................... REMOVAL DR, THOMAS LAYTON HAS REMOVJD FROM (t.i MAGAZINE TO 387 .........Consaonce Stroet...........387 set3 Imtp Between Philip and First. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE. (corrnlOHT oscUvat.i RaringL been called npoo by hondreds of the membere of Ocit Sthle Mlitihe for their (iertcAtes, I be leave to snnonece that they are BOW READY, and the MEMBERS OF EVERY COMPANY embreced in the Roll of tonor can be supploed by calling open Mstse. SEO. ELLIS a BRUTIER, 89 Camp street. The Certflloate. have received the cordial endorse meat of the Commsnding Oficers of all the eommnda, and will. I beliere, meet ti approbatlon of all who see them. Prioe, IA cents per oopy. J, CURTIS WALDO, ,PUSLI3MHR ANID ADVERTISIBO AGENT. PHOTO -.NORAVINO, 40.........-' ..Camp Street............4 Jtjf9 tf Corner Oravier street. To our numerous Customers, Friends amd the Public: HAVING LEASED THE BEAUTIFUL AND SPACIOUS STORE 585 and 585' Magazine St. CORNER OF ST. ANDREW, we will take pots asion of the same Oetobaue- m#st, with the most Elegant and Select Stock of GOODS AJ FANCY GOODS EVER DISPLAYED IN THE UPPER CITY. In the meantime we will dtspoese of all goods at our present store, 580...........Magazine Street............ 580 AT A GREAT SACRIFICE REGARDLESS OF COST. Parties wishing to take advantage of this opportunity to obtain Bargains in Dry Goods, Ihould not fail to CALL BEFORE WE MOVE. Ladies should, before leaving their homes, make out a list of all that is needed, then they will save time and avofd the possibility of for. getting one article or another. ALL GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED WITHOUT CHARGE. We have on hand a very large stock of fine Woolen BLANKETS, which we are determined to dispose of at 50 per cent below their ortginal value. Red, White and Blue-fLANNELS at 25 cents. All sorts of Plaid FLANNELS at 30 cents. Heavy CANTON FLANNEL at 6 cents, worth lio. Lonadale WHITE COTTON at Sl cents. Coats' THREAD at 5 cents a spool. Black ALPACA, worth 60 cents, at 25 cents. Black MERINO, worth 80 cents, at 50 csnts. EMPRESS CLOTH, at 25 cents. All colors ALPACA at 0o cents. We olil sell all PARASOLS BELOW COST. We will sell out all CORSETS, and keep only the Cork and French Hand-Made Corset, all oth, ris G00i pairs) will be sold AT OR BELOW OOST. If,000 yards EMBROIDERY, from 3 cents upwards, CALICO at 4 cents; the beht at 5 cents. Ladi s fiee finished HOSE at 25 oent1, worth SlCo. HANDKERCHIEF3 at 15 cents, worth 25 cents. COTTONADE at 15 cents, sold everywhere st l5c. Large LINEN TOWELS at 10 cents. TABLE DAMASK at 35 cents. TOWELING at 5 cents. Fine and large MARSEILLES QUILTS at $*, worth 64 50. 10.4 BBOWN SHEETING, at 18 cents. 1c.4 BLEACHED BHEETINGO, at 20 cents. WHITELINEN .t 25, 30 and 35 cents. We call partlaolar attention to our extensive stock of MATTING AND WINDOW SHADES, which are very troublesome to remove, In preference of whioh we offer GREAT INDUCIEMENTS. Partsee in need of MATTING and WINDOW BBSHADES sbhould by all means Call and See. P BE SURE AND GO TO LEVY BROTHERS, ub ...... IMAGAZINE STREET.........ae ea tmsp B 1 El < < ? B O =o Zf I . J. C. EYRICH, 8UCCE895O TO R. 0. ETRICR. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER, STATIONER AND PRINTER, LOCK BOX 41s New OutLsAS. La.., Septeber it. l51. To Parish oeboel Bearde. Teabhere and Dealers In Saboet -ooke, Pare ad 1eardian t The nderao!gEnd avll olived lb. bluieb eonnebcr of wrds. a. LOWET BIDDEI forT fmreihls the Pbli Scheooll _lb with SCROOL aed E'XT SRIE. sd haing mrade armemeaote with the publlberts. Le 1pronred to fsish all the bOks as the primee hid bdlang the lowest prices ofred. SLIBEIAL DU.UUUNTS TO TEE T-ADL hend or ptrie aist. --o I offer to the oity and Country trade, at lower pr.oes tham any beos 4a the South, a large stock of Standard School and Miscellaneous Books AND STATIONERY, ENVELOPE.I MDOTLAGE. REWARDS OF MERIT. INK STAWDI. LETTIR PAPER. bl.AT" PEN'CIl. CH,.ALK ,ATOiiS,,. INK, PENr. CAP PAIER. PEHOI DERI. PLATINGI CARD. SLATES.. NOTE PAPER, SLATE PENCIL', FABER'S AND EA(LE PENCILS. and a great variety of FANCY STATIONERY. J. C. EYRICH Look BcE 41i. No. 130 Can t Lreet. Ie30 3m5p New Orles PHILIP WERLEIN'S REMOVAL. HAVING REMOVED INTO MY NEW STORE, NO. 135 CANAL STREET (TOURO BUILDING), I solicit the otlrne of my frlends and the pub.cl In tecoral, ptom!lrg fall satisfaotlon. My stelt osll ts_ the celebrated udd uneurpaesed THE FINE-TONED. DURABLE AND LOW-PRICED HARDMAN UPRIGHT PIANOS AND HALE SQUARE PIANOS, The world.reenowed KITEY & CO. ORGANS MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS NEW ENGLAND ORGANS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. STRINGA, etc.. Imported dtrect from the kuropeoa factocise. .MUSIC and MUSIt BOOKS. aod everything in the musict l Len Heving oosoLidated In one el egant and spacious building the stock oontaleno in the five stores pTovtoualy occupied by me. and thereby redosed my expense.. I a enabled tooontiuue my system of low prices and sacoonmmdatlng terms, which hba slwaye dietinguisebd my hourn. Every Instrument I seil il folly warrTnted In every respect. sod none bus good. reliable mad perlect Inmtrumente are kept for enle. I take this opportunity of thanking my friends das the public for the liberal patronage beetowed on me eretofure, and I shall endeavor to deserve a continuation 1-i the future. Correspondence invited. PHILIP WERLEIN, PIANO AND MUBIO DBALER. Iny20 ly5p 135 Canal Street, Touro Bulhdina. pIANO PLAYING Learned in a Day I MASON'S CHARTS. which reoently crested saoo a sensatlon in Boston and elsewhere, will ,nable any person, of any age, to MASTER THE PIANO OR ORGAN in a day, even though they have no knowledge of notes. etc. The iloaton Olob. eaya, "You can learn to play on the piano or o'gan In a day, even if Sou never played beforre, and hare not the slighbtet knowledge of notes, by the use of Maslon's (harts. A CHILD TEN YEARS OLD CAN LEARN EASILY. They are esdored by Me beat musicral people in Boston, and are the grand colmination of the Inventive genius of the nineteenth centory " OClrcular givinl foall particulars and many tailmonil ale will be sent free on applidottin. One set of MaOn'. Charts mailed post-paid, to any address for oeole 12 ,. ' Worth more than (it0 spent on muasic Iso." Addres, A. C. MORTON. General Agent. Atlanta, Ga. Agent, wanted at once everywhere. Beet obhars ever offered. ecoure territory before too late Terms free. seS1 2tp NEW ORLEANS CATHOLIC AGENCY. The undersigned Is now preptred, with increased facilities, to fill All Kinds of Country Orders, and accordingly offers his services with renewed con fdence In his ability to give full satisfaetion as hereto fore to the Rev. Clergy. Religlons Communities, Col leges, Convents, Families and Individuals. CIIAS. D. ELDER. 7t Carondelet street, between Poydras and Perdido. Poet.ifl:ea Boz 2t:i3. anl2 2m pl. ANTONI, Cotner Joerphino and Constance Streets, CATHOLIC BOOKS AND STATIONERY Keeps conetantly nu band a doe selection of PYAYER BOKUS. READS MnAAI L&i4 . ST T RS. CRUCIFIXRS. HOLY WATER FONTS, PURE WAX CANDLES, and all kinds of Religions Articles. Hewtl alo btavya Oe 4eictmonof 1E3&) WRVEAIIItS. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERR and PAPERfo, decora ting the Graveyards on the l1t of November. Plctures framed to older. mho h25Sp ly NEW AND SECOND-IIAND SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXOCHJANGED AT 369 Dryades Street. Parents will do well to chanoe their OLD School Books for NEW ones They will s and STATIONERY, SLATE'. PEN IL. BOOr-TRtAPS and all kinds of SCHOOL BOOKS. All very cheap. de4 lySp T. J. BROWN, Practical Paper Hanger, 263............Camp Street..............263 Between Delord and Poeyfarre, A large assortment of Wall Paper, Gold and Velve Bordere. Window Shades, Cornices. BoE, Green sad White Hollands, Picture Cord, Tassels, eta., always on hand. Sample Books sent if required. oc1576 lylp JAS. KIRKPATRICK, Bookseller, Stationer, 'ND PRINTER, SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS, Pictures, Frames, Picture Cord, PRAYER BOOKS, BEADB. SCAPULARS. ETC. 610.......... Magazine Street......-. .. 610 ao5 77 lyIp Near Joesephiee. J LINCOLN REMOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS, O0e., 119 Robin street All eammtesnltlea ehaeld be ade.sd to D 10., Mehaame' sad TraLre,' Ethaae . nader 1. Utseri.' Hetel, New ('rlasa. oesatr s dms peemptlyattedl d to. aI 77t , HIRTS ALL LINEN SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS 8HIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS AT SHIRTS SHTB. T. WALSHE+s, SHIRTs SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS t10 Canal Street. SHIRTS SHIRTI SHIRTS 8IIIRTh - SHIRTS SHIRTSE SHIRTS 8HIIR'TS A SPECIAL CONSIONWYNT SHIRTS SHIRTS SITIRTS 8sHrS "Irish Made" 8HI M 8iIRTH SHIRTS UIHIRT81ALL LINEN, ALL SIZES, SHIRTS SHIlRTS SHIRTS 8ktIRT$ AT SHIRTB 8IHIRTS SHIRTS 81111TR1" A SHIRTS 8IIRT $36 PER DOZEN, iRT SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS AN SHIRTS SHI EVERYTHING ELSESHIRTS SHIRTS vii SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTH SHIRTS Gentlemen's Wear SHIRTS SHIRTS LLY HIRT SHIRI EQUALLY W HIRTS SHIR'iS I AT |HIRTS 1 IRTS SIIRTS SHIRTS B. T. WALSHE'S. SHIRTd 1.24 .mp OTABLItl|IHED ll16. CHARLES SIMON & SONS, C3 N. Howard Street. Baltimore, Md., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Would respectfllv call the attenllon of Inetltatleo and the public to their rxtell.e steel of Bla4k and C:olored 8EROEI. NUNS' tCLOTH. ItAP D'LET. BRHOAD ULOTH (bset cotton warp and all wool) Linen said Cotton 'HIiTIOtl OHEftl. PfLLOW" iOAhING. BLANKETS, TOrWELS. TOWELINOB. NAPKINS, ID ILIES, TABLE OLOTS,. TABLE LINEN, et... eto As well to to the:r great variety of DRESBS OODS, EMBROIDERIES LA(ER, CORSETS LADIES' READY-MADE UNI)DERWAR, G(o(DS orB )OY' and MEN'S WEAR, eto. Als to to their DRESSMAKINO DEPARTMENT. (LOAK*4, DRESSES etc.. ma ' to order promptly in . ealperror mouer, mard in the intjet at) Is. at moder ate rat.s. Orders eoloiled. Rule foar eelf.zmeaurer met,. and camplee et materalse with estimates of coes, sect upon app leotion. s our Goode are purebhaed for cash. from the best uruea., we can offer tem on the meet favorable trma. All Orders. amoentngo to S- or over. will be est freeo t freighbt chabrge b Eapreea, but rartlee whoe orde.. are not aecmnpatled by tbhe mooney, ad having tleir goods sent U. O. D., moet pay for bthe raterl ofr moey. foi8 77 TI W_ ANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC. SNFOBMATON TWANTED OF JAMES EIDrNTE I)Y. oarponter by rade. who I eft oassh. County Tipperary. Ireland. bouo forty yar. age, an4 wOas lrO boeard from as being a resldent .4 N Orloaau0 if Mr. rned I1 all. hbe Is requgntd to all oa BLa Graet. the cat ow. Arslelehop r' rw OrlsaA. or send bhiaddres to HliaOraoor to thw cmca, 6.1030 ltulatloem a Hooo pse. or ca Collator eal eatdeer LAND WALRANT;, SCRIP. AND CEBTI IrCATIS OF IOCATONO BOU1)HT. HBilb Pr ws raid. L. U. BLACK. Southeaste Coeeer ltJ a a WalsaeStr·or. CcomebnatL. Ohlo so tO 4Wt4 pIANO TUNING, 630 MAGAZINE, GOOD wek. Pna 1 . I. L tEB. Party Plait. ST. PATRICK'S HALL FOR RENT. 70B BALLS, CON.CE.RT ND PAIZ8 St. Pstrtok's Hall, the .LArGOEST AND FINEST HALL IN THE CITY, will be remted, by tso aigbW or louger, o reeosoable terms far OOCLrTIc BALLS. LZCITEEU. F1AR and EXmITIOS U. For CHAXITABLE ETENtRTAIRMNTS, wihene t dilstnetlou of ared4, the Hall ll be rested at HALF PRICE. Apply at BISEENIA INSYBUACE COMPANY. sag n o N. 3 YmeIs se