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saW oit.UrAre, lSUDAT, OCTOBR 7i 1IW?. A rise Badge. Oar readers are aware that a prise badge had been offered by Mr. Goodwin, the editor of eta of our weekly contemporaries, to be competed for by teams selected from the Mitohel Rifles and Irish Rifles,-tbhe only two Irish military companies of this city. They! are also aware that the contest therefor was to have taken place on the 23rd and 30th nit,, that the roles for shooting as regards position and style had no pertinenoy whatever to any adopted by other associations, but were de termined by the participants. It was ex pressly stated that the company making the gas p badge. It was moreover understood that the mem ber of the suncessful company who had made the largest total in the contest should become the possessor of the badge until the next com petition. The referee on both ooocasions was Capt. Slabdwski. After a generous and a well-sustained rivalry the badge was adjudged to the Mitobel Rifles. Its possesor is the then Private but now Corporal Panl J. Roobe, who anoceeded in scoring the greatest number of points. The badge is a beautiful one, highly creditable to the generosity of the donor and the skill of the workman. The design consists of a bean tiful shield formed by the proper wreathing of laurel and a target with the regularly accept ed rings and buloil's eye, appended to which is a magniflcen golden harp, typical of the nationality of the companies which competed. Surmounting the shield is a pelican represent ing the Stato of Louisiana, also a crescent, emblematic of this city. It affords us manh pleasure to record events of this nature, Inasmuch as they plainly speak volumes in praise of our Irish citizens who purpose not being behind the age in perfect uing themselves in the use of fire arms, so that in the future they may not be found unpre pared either for Fatherland or America. In connection with the above we would state that the Mitchel Rides be!d a meeting last Wednesday evening, October 31, 1877, at which an ELECTION OF OFFICEES was held with the following results e: M. Cooney, Captain; H. F. Brennan, First Lieutenant; J. P. Roche, Second Lieutenant; Thomas McDonough, Third Lieutenant; James O'Connell, First Sergeant; P. Hogan, Second Sergeant; R. J. Hughes, Third Eder sent; J. T. Fitzgerald, Fourth Sergeant; A. Sullivan, Fifth Sergeant; James Flanuigan, First Corporal; P. J. Roche, Second Corporal; M. Kenny, Third Corporal; M. J. Cooney, Fourth Corporal. O' officers: Edward Quinn. Peesident; J. Coburn, Treasurer ; H. F. Brennan, F 1 " ial Secretary; S. P. Williams, Record in cretary. e Treasurer made a statement that the pany was in good standing and free from I debts. The Carrollton Amateurs. Some time since a select company of young gentlemen organized themselves into a musical and dramatic society, to whcse credit honors acorne with increasing brilliancy from each successive performance. A majority of the members are of the city and the society's meetings are held here, though most of their plays have been enacted in Carrollton. But whether there or here, their performarces are largely attended and their merits, intelligently criticized, are universally acknowledged. The entire company were engaged in the rendition of the club's sixth parlor entertain ment, which attracted so numerous an nasembly on last Sunday evening, and ended in so flatter ing a success, at Fircher's Hall, in Carrollton. Some annoyances, coming from an extraneous source, for whatever purpose set on foot, had not the u flect of baulking, although they may have had that of vexing the performers. There is an instructive exemplariness in the corporate life of the Amateurs. We like to witness the formation of clubs fashioned after a modelso wisely designed for the acquirement of an accomplishment-that of music-which affords the widest scope for the exertion of the intellectual faculties and the enjoyment of moralising pleasures. The young msa who devotes his leisure hours to the study of music, or another of the fine arts, instead of wasting his time in idler. es at the street corner, or the more degrading dissi pation of the barroom, has in his soul a prin ciple of manliness which strengthens and adorns his abcharacter, and in his nature there inheres an element of nobility which lifts him above the common level, holds him up to the public admiration, and proclaims his title to our respect and confidence. P. R. The Freach Clergy and the Elections. The reception given to Marshal MaoMahon by the city of Bordeaux in the middle of Sep tember, goes to confirm the belief that the re moval of Mr. Thiers has already materially strengthened the President's position. His name wae joined with that of the Republio in the cheers which greeted him everywhere, and bis reply aocentuated the Mayor's allusions to his loyalty in adhering to the existing Con stitution. Nor do we hear muooh more of the - charge of olerioalsm, and on the part of the clergy we have now a most admirable defini tion of tlyeir attitude in a Pastoral Letter just iuued by Cardinal Regnler, Archbishop of Cambrat. His Eminence adviases his clergy to be prudent and conciliatory, and to refute the false and exaggerated interpretations of the Syllabu, which are so common, and then specifies the points upon which the Chnrch must always insist. These are, especially, "the liberty of the Sovereign Pontiff in his relations of Pastor and Supreme Teachber with the faithful of the whole world, the absolute independence of the Church as re garde the preoaching of the Word of God, the administration of the 8aoraments, the spiritual government of souls," and the due plasce of religion in edneation. And coming to the subject of the elections, the Cardinal points out that the clergy should "hold aloof from all parties and competitions, but that there is a moral obligation not to abstain from voting in certain oircumstances of particular gravity." "As to the choice to be made between candi dates, it is left to the oocesience of each elector; but it should evidently fall on those Judged before God the worthiest and most capable." His Eminence, however, advises the clergy not to treat of these delicate questions in the pulpit lest their words should be misinterpreted, as they probably would be, however prudent they might be. As to the clergy themselves, if their voting were merely the exercise of a right, it would be wise in. them to abstain, but it isalso aduty, and their erson' nmetia must beooosistes t with their teaching. And nobody can expect them "to remain neutral between those distinctly stanging forward as defenders of our religious liberty and those openly pledging themselves to employ against Clsrioalism-that is, against Catholicism-all their influence and means of action." Mr. Mitohell, Presldent of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad, was recently in New York and gave the papers a moat enoouraging account of affairs in the North west. There has been more grain raised in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin this year than ever before, the quality is far above the average and prices are very fair. The daily receipts at Milwaukee are four or five times greater than at this time last year. In reply to a question If such abundant crops would not cause a glut in the market and necessitate a reduction in the prices, Mr. Mitohell replied : "Not at all. As fast as the grain arrives it is bought up and carried off, and it is coming in all the time, and there will be a large business to do for a ~bar to come. Our road has got all It cats possibly do and all the roads are busy with the constant shipments. Of course we have much more grain than we can consume here, but, provi dentially, the surplus comes at the very time when we hear of the partial failure of crops in England. Well, having sent the English beef, we will now send them grain, and we shall find among them a ready market at good prices for all we send. This will, of course, help all the railroads running to the seaboard, as it has already helped the Western lines; it will give occupation to thousands of hands here; it will, by increasing our exports, help to readjust the much-talked of balance of trade and set it in our favor; in short it will benefit us directly and indirectly in ever way. As to the condition of trade generally in the West, Mr. Mitchell spoke most enthusiastical ly. "Business," said he, "is improving very fast and in every direction in the West, the crops have everywhere given an impetus to trade and are working a marked improvement in all interests and in every section. In the West business is better than it has been for years, all trades seem to be prospering, all classes are hopeful and most hands are being occu pied ; it does not seem as though there were mucb cause, nor indeed any cause for croaking. The worst of our commercial depression seems to be at an end, and it looks as if we were going to have a new era of profit and plenty." A GRCIM WORD OF WARNING.-"Whilst public attention is absorbed by the Russo-Turkish struggle," the TU hltehall Reiew says, " it would be wail to observe and point out the prepara tions which are being made for another ex pected war, and ode of such a character tbat, should it break out, tremendous complications must necessarily result. We learn from per sonal observations that Italy is actively pre paring, and that great energy is being thrown into her military organization aid in fortify ing various imrportant points with new aid powerful artillery. The object of her intense hatred is France, collisien with which Power would be most popular among all clasees in Italy, particularly in the north. It may bh thought that Italy wculd fare but badly single handed against France, and this might be so, but the extents existing between Berlin and Rome has a peculiar signifloance, which the ill success and conesquent exhaustion of Rus sia will in all probability aid in developing In to a eubstantial form, and that before long." The United States paid off $3,882,524 of its debt-dnring September. The Kindergarten at the Lxquet Lercy In stitute, t80 Caml, street, will open to-.orro-. Monday, at 9 o'clock. See advertisement in educational columns. The St. Louis Times in giving a history oi the Know-Nothing riots twent3-three years ago, says that a priest of that city, Rev. James Henry, saved St. Louis from being destroyed by fire, and also prevented the destruction oi the water pipes. In resisting the mob be freely exposed himself to death. H:s courage saved the fair city of St. Louis. In the Wyndham County Court last month Ophelia Snow recovered a verdict of [28@ against Daniel C. Carpenter d& 8on, hotel pro prietors and prominent citizens of Readsboro, on account of injuries received by bein:g thrown from a wagon in consequence of her husband being drunk. The liquor was pur chased of the defendants, and as the snit wa a test case under the Vermont liquor law, it excited great interest. In The Beasion of Intermittenmts. All miasmatic complaints, in other words, all disorders generated by unwhbo!eome exhalatlons from ihb sarah er water, are prevalent at this seuasn. In every section subject te ihb vultatieoo of fever sad rea. or other m a armttent dieeo the dia en, s whieh tirodnee thee maladee are nosw actively at work. Tbl, therefore, is aperiod ot the year whsn the Inhab itants orf eah disrletes shoutd prepars tholr systems to meet the Mwholeeomo condition o" the atmsophere by a conrse of tonle and alteratlie treatment. Foremout among the lnvgeorants. reoemmended by lms and eo perienoe as a mwae oa fcrtrifyng the system against .1 sndnmin snd epldesl maladlia, stand. Hostetter' Stomach Blitters 7Ry a tlmely us of the Bitters, the lfeb!tet resldent ofan unbealthy mail may escape the siceneJs . blob. without the aid of this potent ally or nature, will be apt to overtake the streagest. For cheap and dfirst-class dry goods go to ervy Brothers', 59) Me'anr' street, before Oct. 14th. BIOBT BBY. J.AM~ GIBBO.& ilaltimor Mirror, Sept. 29. I We are authorised to announce that bis Lordshbip, Right Rev. James Gibbons, Bishop of Richmoend, expects to preach his farewell sermon n the Cathedral ofhispresentEpisoopal iee on Sunday, the 14th of Ooober. He will then coane to Baltimore, and asueeme at the same time hise doties bhere and the titleof Bishop of Ginopolis and Coadjutor to His Grace, Moss Rev. Arobbishbop Bayley. He will leave the people of Richmond and his first Bishopric followed by the regrets and well-wishes of all who knew him there, Pro testants as well as Catholice. He has endeared himself to them all by his devotion, his zeal, his good works, magnanimity, his gentleness " and wionning disposition. Sinesr his appoint ment, on the 30th of July, 1872, to scoeed 51 Rev. Dr. McGill, he has labored indefatigably (t to extend the kingdom of Christ on earth. He p has labored for the welfare of Catholics and for the conversion of Protestants, and in both n lde be has reaped a harness of immortal souls. e as one g of edueation, of obharity, and as crowned h's achievements by taking no eredit to himself, but giving the credit to God alone. He quits Richmond cherishing many tender reoollections of kind words and kind deeds that have cheered him on in his apoetolate. He quite that city by the James, treasuring the memorv of the days gone by, and of the living and of the dead He comes to us not a stranger, for he was bred in Maryland. He comes to the aid of oar dearly-beloved and Most Rev. Archbishop, hisbl friend, whose health now prevents him from doing all the good his zeal urges him to accom plish, and who, having labored long and dili gently, has received from our Holy Father, the Pope, a companion-in-arms to share the heat t and toil of the day, and to lessen the borden : he has borne so bravely and so well. t He will soon be among ca No doubtre will i meet with a warm reception. No doubt be C will gain the good-.will and affeotion of his new children in Christ, who will try their best to make him forget the generous friends he bas left. No doubt he will here continue his ounrse of laboring with ardor and energy for the sal vation of souls. He comes here with the good wishes of ne all, and while we o3ndole with Rioblwopd q9 its lose, we ask it to rejoice with as on oar gain. The owners of the Mammoth Cave now search visitors, to be sure that no instruments are taken in by which the bearings of the cavity can be ascertained. They fear that an entrance may be made on somebody else's land, I and the profit of the cave be thus divided. • "If there is anything I hate," says Jones. "it 1 is one thing more than another." " Well." answered Smith, "so do I, especially when, after paying $8 or 810 1 for a pair of shoes. I meet a friend with as fine, if not a finer pair, and And out that be has only paid from $3 to 16 for hbls, having purehased themef George John Wagner, oorner of Dauphine and Uruline streets," Mr. Wagner has a splendid stook and defies competl tion as to prices. See his card. N. B.--Ja·son lRail road (City Cars) pass within one square of the store. Ordinary Notices of Marriages and Deaths w, hereoJter e inserted for ffrs !ste. Obituaries will be charged at the rate of ten dents a line. KARRIED: ISAACSON-IYMEL-On September 29, 1877, at tl e Church of the Immaculate Conoeption, by the Rev. Father Jourdan, 8. J., Mise Clelle Itaacson, of thsle city, to Mr. Joseph R. Bymel, of the parish of St. John the Baptist, La. DUNCAN-BOWAT-On Saturday. September 29, 1877, at St. Vincent de Paul's church, by the Re.v, M Robinson, G. T. Duncan, to Miss Mary Howat. DIED : McedMANUS--On Tuesday evening, October 2. 1877. at 1I o'clock. Bridget Ryan. wife of Owen MlcManus aged thirty-six years, a native or Queen's County, Ire land, and a resident f Ith:s city for the past twtnty years. IN MEMORIAM SEW Outrat B CAe.AN AND BAsnKING CGMPAy)r October 1, 1e77. 5 At a meeting of the Directors, held this evening, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted and spread on the minutesr Resolvtd. That in toe death of GEORGE JO:NA we recognise the hand of the All-Wise and Omnipo tent, to which we bow in humble submission. That we deplore his loss as thlat of a most liberal, enterprising and honorable member of this community, to whose interests he was devotedly attached, and by whom his great worth was properly appreciated. That as a member of this Board we keenly feel his death, and deplore it as that of a long tried and true friend. Ihet his lorg erad honorable connection with this Bank, as its President. and his eminently sagaciones and conservative management. entitled him to a high place among the distigutlabed floanciers That sympathiz'ng deeply with the bereaved family of our late friend, we tender them our sincere condo lence in their great affliction. CHAS MACERADY P esident pro tem. CH JUMONVILLE. Cashier. DUABLR DENTISTRY. Dr. J. H. MALONEY. corner of Josephine and Camp streeta. neaMdagai o 37arkot.. crel.o tfnlly nforma his ptlents ad t re pab is n gnr.eral that he is performing ail operctirrr alt'eruining to.hie profsion in the moat sa!eut!Pf manner. A rtlfl.ha teeth inserted, with or w:thi.rt extracti thoe ocrots, on a new plan. Old set of teeth .-emrdet d. and a perfect adaptation asecured. Teth ezter-,rd with-ot pain by the nse of gas or lioreform. (:harges within the reath of all Ja44 7", hip A CARD. Referrlng to the announcement made in our Column Advertlaement, we beg to state that we will not open our NEW STOR, corner of Magazine and St. Andrew streets- until the 1th inst., on account "Of oee nmstanoes over whIch we have no control. In the meantime ladies in search of BARGAINS would do well to all aimes ditsely at the old strind. as we a's selling our preasht stock at IMMEX S] REDUCTIONS. B espeetfuily, NOTIONSLEVY BROTES, 594t Magazilne stretreet..........5 ItE. H. ADAMS 6 BRO., drew. FOURIa ANNUAL OELEBRATION 01r Ta al rvueagyr Or VERY REV. THEOBOLD MATHEW, oB TyI CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCINTIES OF NEW ORLEANS, Sunday, October i4, 1877. The State Union a stts las meeting, adoptd the followg programme : 1. Three days' retreat at theJeuita church, Bareonae street, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday eveoloage (October 1. 11 and , of ne week, tweek at 7:33 e'oleek punctually ; sermon and Benediction. f. General Communion at the 7 o'o:ook Mae, Sunday mornihg. October 14:h, at the Jeeuit'a obenoh. 3. In the afternoon general parade of all the scoetiea. nt , He. H. Glee., C. a$ R, will lcoturein the Jeutht's church. JOHN REANY, irlt V. P. Actitg President. J. C. M. EAVANAGH, Secretary. THE PROOE881ON will form on Canal streeS, between Caop and Tohoopitoulae etreete. Marshal' will report to the Grand Marshal, at the corner of Camp and Canal streets, at 19;30 r. , as the preeseeten will move promptly at I r. m. ROUTE. Down Chartres to rlplenade, to Love, to ERghtel, to Victory, to Maricay, to RBo al. to Canal, along north side of Canal to Baronne, back the south side of Canal to St. Charles, to Julia. to Camp, to Prytania, to Josephlne. to Magesine. down Magazine to Junia, to Camp, to Canal, where it will be dismissed. M. K j'NEIL. Orand Marsat. FrEW OIRLEANS CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENCE ASSOCIATION.-The regular monthly meet. tug of this Aaociation for October will be hold at :310 o'clock THIS EVENING, Sunday. October 7th, (Slst Sunday of the month) instead of on Sunday. October 14th, (second Sunday of the month,) on aoount of the Annoal celebraticn of Father Mathews' Birthday, which will take place on the latter date. Members are specially requested to be punotual in attendanoe. Gentlemen wiehing toJoin are invited to attend. THOS. G. RAPIER, Presldent. D. H. BUCKLEY, Secretary. St St. ALPHONSUS' TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSO onatIon.-The regular monthly meeting of this Aseocia tion will be held THIS (Sunday) EVENING, at 4' o'clock, in St. Alphonane Hall, St. Andrew stroeet, be tween Magline and Constance street.. Gentlemen wishing to become members are cordially Invited to attend. D. H. BUCKLEY, President. J. H. HESLIN, Secretary. It ST. JOSEPH'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCISTY Important special meeting SUNDAY, October 7. 1E77, at 3 o'clock P. x. Pucinual attendance Is re quested, as important business will be tre sucted. JOHN McCAFFREY, President. J. A. PLACE, Secretary. It ST. THERESA'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENCE SOCIETY.-The regular monthly meeting of this Society will bhe held THIS (Sunday) EVENING, October 7th, at 7j; o'clock, in St. Theresa's Hall, Erato street, between Magazine and Camp. Gentlemen wishing to Join are invited to attend. J. S. BRADLEY, Vice President. J. J. O'CONNOR, Secretary. It ST. STEPHEN'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENE SOIE800TY.-The regular monthly meeting of this 8ooletywill be held THIS (Sunday) EVENING, at 6 o'clock. in St. Vincent's Academy, Napoleon Avrene, near Camp street. Gentlemen wishing to join are invited to attend. T O'BRIEN, Vies-Preesident. M. B IdcGARLTY. Recording SBeretary. It A CARD. J. J. HEALY, Sexton of St. Patrick's Cemeteries, Hae on hand a ILe slection of AMERICAN ard ITALIAN MARBLE HEADSTONE, which he wi!l evil cheap. LETTERING, GILDING and GENERAL IhPAIR ING done at the shortest notic'. AI; work guaranoteed. m,7 3t5p LADIES'. MISSEi' AND GENrLEIIEN'8 UNDER VWEAR. The Sisters of the Good Shepherd have estab!lbsed, for the convenience of Ladiee shd Gentlemen, a depot for the We' of Ladie', Misses and Gentlemseu'a Underwear. Intfnts' Robe. and Childrenoo' rr'sea. at th I' reblishbment of Mr. X. C. LOGAN. 14 iaronne s.rlet, where a full line of their goods will be kept and sold at the most reasonable prices. Orders a 'o received. oe777 ly REMOVAL. ELDER'S CATHOLIC AGENCY is now located at 7@........... Carondeet 8treet........... 7 where the undereligned will continue to serve his pa trons, as heretofore, with everything in the line of Catholic Literature, Periodicals, ARTIOLES OF DEVOTION. CHA8. D. ELDER. Pcstomoe Box 2'34. se3U 3mSp CHANGE OF BUSINESS LOCATION. We take plaoure in Informing our osetomeors and the pnbllo generally, that having leaed the elegant store at the Corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, (Tonro Balldling), now undergoing such Interier alteretions as will make it one of the FINEST Dry Goods Establishments IN THIS OfITY. We shall oocapy the ameo on or about the 35th of September, with a MGONIFICENT STOCK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FABRICS, Heelery, No iop,. Corses, Carpetse, Manttings., Window Shade, Curtains. CrniOes, Hue oDrggets. etc. B. & W. CRONER, 147........... Cnal Street.............. 147 eme Ip W q' xi OO r WW e 1.i . J. C. EYRICH, 8000UCOE880 TO R. G. EYRICB, WHOL3SALB AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER, STATIONER AND PRINTER LO.K BOX Ala -aw O-e-aue La, Sptbel iS, Ial. he Pohlo SOh-e o .te ba.b with ISCHOL and TEX ElI. Ws, and a iheo mae are IreeamnMa wtVt publberh he~P ad1re~ d to furunbalei the book as the priarS bid bLa us loweet prioa etted. ,LI.BE L DISOUHTS TO THE TTADL lead low price e". I oehr to the iaty and Couatry trade, at lower prie.a than ay ho.e to the Saoth, a largm seek t Standard School and Miscellaneous Books AND STATIONERY, ENVELOPES. MUtCILAGEr. REWARDS OO MERIT, INK STAD Oa? PAPER. P ONROLDERI. PLAYING CARDS, AT ....PPIL -__ SLATE PENCILS, FrAW&S AND EAGLE PaNCPL; aili ýatvnrimet,-f FANCY 8TATIONERY. J. C. EYR[CH, Look Box 418. No. 130 Canal Streaet seaso msp New Oste~m PHILIP WERLEIN'S REMOVAL. HAVING REMOVED INTO MY NEW BTORE, NO. 135 CANAL STREET (TOURO BUILDING), I olicit the orders of my friends and the TPuble In tereral, promlislg ifll satlhsetloo. My stork snta bhe celebrated end unourparet Olr3c] erin a pi noa, THE FIRE-TONED. DURABLE AND LOW.PRICED HARDMAN UPRIGHT PIANOS AND HALE SQUARE PIANOS, The world-renowned ESTEY & CO ORGANS. MASON & HAWLIr ORGANS. NEW ENG LAND ORGANB. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. NTRINGS, seM. Imported dirut from the Earonem fatorides. MUSIO and MUSIC BOOKS, and everythlon ti the mustoil line. Iavnlg oonsolldated In one aes at sed spacion buiolding th setok contalne, in the five storea preveou.ly oeupLhd by ma, e.d thereby r ndued my expenses. Iam enabled tdoontanue my asstem or low prices and a'ooonuodetnog terns, whieb he always dlsatlntiehd my house. Every Insotrument I sell tI fully warrtted In ever rspect. anO1 none but Goad, reliable and porflecot Instrumont, ore kept for rle. I tate this opp..rtueity or thanking mr frieond. an tl public for the liberal patronae besootwed un me bhretofre, and 1 soall endeavor to deere a o mttnnatoIa In the fulture. Corroespondence invited. PHILIP WERLEIN, PIANO AND MUSBI DEALER. my2O ly5p 135 Canal Street, Touro Building. REMIOVAL. - THE HOPE INSURANCE OOMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS Ras removod to 27---.............Camp Street............... 27 Near Common, Ofice lately occupied by the New Orleans Pacilfc Rail road Company. eie3i Imrp LOUIS BARNETT. Secretary. ST. ALOYSIUS ACADEMY, Directed by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. CORNER CIIUARTES AND BA RRACKS STREET 8, NEW ORLEAma. This Jnetitution, so well known to Itsn numerous patrons for thorough training and parental attentlon to the moral and Christian educatlon of iet stndentr, will open its next seselon MONDAY Ootcber slt. 1877. The course of etudlie comprises the usual Commor. ial and Preparatory Broanches, with French aod Get. man. School houre from 9 A. s till t r. . Getman forms no extra. For terms, etc.. apply as above. se30 It NEW ORLEANS CATHOLIC AGENCY. The undersigned Is now prepared, with inoreased faeilities, to fill All Kinds of Country Orders. and accordingly offets his a..rvwea with renewed oon ld-nce in hie abi:lty to give full natisfaction as hereto fore to the Rev. Clergy, Rellteioue Communltic., Cul leges. Convents. Families and lndivlduals. CIIA`. D). ELDER. 7I Carontdrlet street, between Po) dra and Perdliro. Pont .fl,.'e Ron 2:ie aU l Vim pa. ANTONI. Corner Josephine and Constanoe Streeta, CATHOLIC BOOKS AND STATIONERY Keeop conateotly on hand a doe selectlon of PyAylc R:9(IKw, BEADS i4 A t LAR9. STAT'II.t. (s;IUCIFIXR., Ht,u.V WATER FONTS. PUKE WAX CANDLESB, and all kinds of Religious Articles. e will also hays a flre selection f BEAD WREATHS. A RTIFICIAL FLUWERIS and PAPKRfordeeora ting the Oraveyards on the let of November. Pictures framed to order. mbi Sp ly NEW AND SECOND-HAND SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT, bOLD AND EXCHANGED AT 369 Dryades Street. Parents will do well to ebasge their OLD School Books for NEW ones The wIll also find STATIONEItY. TSATE PE N (IL-. BOOK-STRAPS. and all kinds of i iHOOL BOOKS. All very cheap. de94 plyj T. J. BROWN, Practical Paper Hanger, 263............Camp Street.......... ..263 Between Delord and Poeyfarre, C5W OLWAL A large assortment of Wail Paper, Gold and ValvO Borders, Window Shades, Cornloce, BuS, Green sad White Hollanda, Picture Cord, Tassels, eta., always as hand. Sample Books seut if required. oeel6"S ly5p JAS. KIRKPATRICK, Bookseller, Stationer, AND PRINTER, SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDB, Pictures, Frames, Picture Cord, PRAYER BOOKS, BEADS, SCAPULARS. ETO. 610............Magazine Street..-.....- 610 aso 77 IyIp Vear Josephise. 3. OF BUILDINGS, REMOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILDIINGS OD e, 119 Bebla strL. ABesrmuapaet ehnld he addrteod to leh 1e, Mesbat-e as Trald ' zoeLang. uder St. QLarle --eet. Vew tnrisas. .. . e. esair.y rokaes prImpaptleadad Is. al 7I7l REMoVV A... .,A............. REUOVAL DR. THOMAS LAYTON HAS I/EMOVYI) FROM 9PD MAOAZINM To 387.......... ConetatoeStreet. ............ se3 Im5p Between PhFmlp and nPlen. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE. J (LcOI' lGliT SCURID.) aving beean oniled upomh b bundred ao tbha memba of our Stalt MilitiaL for ther (ertlfletae, I bs;me.m Li annoonce that they are NOW READY, and MEMIBERS OF EVERY COMPANY emhbrced in the poll of Honor an be supplied Lb calling upon Mesu.. (KEO. ELLIS & BROTHi.L (k Camp street. The ('ertifloate have received the cordial endore. mooet of the (Coolmlandig oret of all the onmasis and will. I believe, meet the approbation of all who them. Price. J cents per copy. J. CURTIS WALDO, PIr'LhLIlER AND ADVERTTIIi(I AGENT. PHOTO- NORAVINO.. 4 . ....... Camp Street.............0 JyE tf (Corner GOraver itrene E' TAIULISHED 1616e CHARLES SIMON & SONS, 6;3 N Howard Street, Baltimore, M.d. IMPORTERS AND DEALERSB IN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Would re.poctfully eail the etteti".r of Instt llL and the public lt thei r ziresli. nacIt of Blear sd (:olnrd EIIlS, M. NB ' iLO'Ill IRA l.., 1 BROAD (:LOTH (ibet iottrn werp and it wsel. Line endCotton tHiRTINt(1HI.EKlifING, PlL CAINO BLANKETS, TOW EII TOk*NLZMI NAPKINI, I) 'ILIIES. TABLE CULOTLS, TArIL LINEN., ese, eto As waell as to the r Erect vaety 44 DRESS GOODS. EMBROIDE/RIS., LACER, CORSETS. LADIES' READY-MADE UNDEhWEA* GOODS for BOYS' and MEN'S WEAB.sL4. Al to to ir DRESBMAKINO DEPARTMENT. CLOAKS, DRESSES. atc. ma'e i toder prewll in superior mlnner. and in the Ilat style. •lat mi4. ate late.. Orders solloited ela.1 fore alf-mIeLs. ment, and samples of materials. with estdmat a am eant upon appllatlon. As our Goods are pureohaed for reh. from the bant orae. we can our them on tbe met favorable All orders. atuountlig to S0t or over, will be ma if of freight charges by REproe.. but rartlee whose olam are not ee. eomtied by the mon ey, and havtg tl goods sent O. . ... moat Pay fo the retarn a emIy. S T lS. 177 I '1O0 SWANTS-FOR RPENTS-ETC. IFOBRMATION WANTED OF JAMES IENN I DY. oarpeNtEr by ta, wbo. wh l te bnahb. C·. a Tipperary. Irelad. about ferty yers ago. and ware 1 heid from as being a rseldlat el New Orle se If Mr. Kenney is alle. bhe I. reqasned to sell on Na OreAa the Maet IRES. Arobtabp or New Orieans oS send hta Adres to i t Orae or Stotbhe oTie. l"M3 W ANITED-BY AN OLD CATHOLIC GENtLE. man, whalo etll very healthy and e vlEtt ar lteatlion sa Housekeeper or s Clileetr sad eutdSee employs. Rea ee ebliJeOB 5 li gela; Se toeeeleF. -Bet of refereeoa give.- Addrdes "'V.,"' a.e NoaM • Star OMon. s.s e AND WARRANrS, SCRIP. AND CEO T-.. i 7IATEB O LOCA TION BOUGmET. Bs Pr .ia. L. (I. BLA.C. Stoltbet Ctar ne sad WaIeatSIltroet Ciclsnatt. Ohio. sl s 4$6.4 PIANO TUNING. 630 MAGAZINE, GOOW .ork Pr ie 51two D. LEECH, atrty Plaslag la Ul IT ST. PATRICK'S BHALL FOR RE?. OB BALLS, COrI'CBZT5 AND 7.u. L Patrik's HaIL the LALRGES ANID FINIt BALL IN TE CITr. wIll be reted, by Sh sly w leer. n ereasoeable term, . OONCE . ALS LECTURES, NAIlNSI sd Iad IIT3II. lmtleaa of reed the Hell wil l be etia Ill AI rEIGN. BISERIA INSURANCE COMPANY.