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Mornlng tar_ and -atholle Messenger. T
Aohawledg last week-.....................114 60
Lon s............................. o 4
Car -** ****ri ***h- *** AO
.. Nopp. .... ...................50
Valenti e dhar................... 0
nJohn lr bers.................. ..
Jo-hn- s B .......................... 95
Joh~nto s o s.. ...ry .............. I 00
-John r_ ............................ 5o
r aleua...... .. ......................
Mgt hn -eabe-a..................... E0
obeseph Ee c............................ 5
Joh BM okht dt ................. 5
hranke Weaing ..................... 5 94
lorthn h mhAl........................ h52
ou vekhr.................. ... .9...
t Divirsin (Girls)-""o7 .e .
Mary Neuhaun ................... * 100
MaDiet rich n ................... 130
Vir ia Mailhee ....................... 5o
Anna  umtd ...................
Mioren oe rapp... ...... ....
JMnA Monisee........................... t
ATherea ]oablne an .................... r
Mar Scoer ....................... ... c
all h b..is ..........e....... .......
ae iea Ramesm h. . ................ . 15
Mlbar  .on..............................
Second Dvisikon (Giro )-
Conlarr eeser ............ ............ 5
Marnay omfsr .....-: .t---- . SS e i
Eemil inGoette ........................ u w
Wrl ~m girlm ........................ nS a
indrgarton (Division for little boys and to
eirl fram 4 wT 7 yeam )
siepd Bwhaner ...................l..... hl c ea
Lena Bohr. ........... .. .... ....... 4 5
eJohn oll inger ............. ......... 2
Edward Bokr. four yearsm little mchap
wiaheito the littloe children of India
ase ale man infant chool ams the one he
goel .....ao .... .......r........... 10 h
Chntleena Gartner. o. ...............ee
Thirty little boya and gile, each one a _c
nickel (cand money) ................1 50- 2
47 and 48.........................1...... .
Country tiend, ed iver Landinge........ d... 00
Taw ............. ................. 147 . 20.
Silter Morning Star f
Plesem add my mite ($1) to the amount for
the starving people of India. England's inhu
manity to Ireland is only repeated in India
now. 47 AND 48.
More and more popular im the Red Boot
amne, corner of Urmuline and Dauphine street, be
cming every day. This is due to the enterprise of
the proprietor, George J Wagner, Eeq, who attends
to all the detatais cf bumines himsmelf, seeing that every -
caller get exactly what ho or she wauts from the
hlaedid etoek of boots and shoes on hand, and that at
the lowest prices. Up-town ilke will remember tha ,
the Jackson Railroad city ca ps within one square -
of the store.
The new rooms at 132 Canal street of that
popular dreOmaker, Mrs. Jane Bell (formerly Miss6
MoAuley of 161 Canal street) have been visited" since
their opehing on the 15th inmt. by quite a larg num.
beT of her old frlend and patrons wbose minds are
once more set at ease by hving so ekillful and con
scientlous a person am she ham ever proved herself to
erO unt their orders to. Those ladles who are not yet
quainted with Mms SBtll should call and examine a
er styles andd good and enquire Into the important or
Fluestloncf prices wh)ch are notably reasonable.
To such hof our readers as may have rei .
estate, furniture, tocks or bondsl to sell, or who may
desire to purohase anything in that line. we would
advise an Interview with Messrs. Heey, Macon &
O'Connor. auctioneers No. 11 Carondelet street. These
gentlemen have had years of experience in the bus'.
ases, know thoroughly the actual value of all such
securities, and under all circumtanoes do the very
beat to advance the intereets confided to them.
Ordnary NomoL of Mariagee and Death ill, hereafter
oe insetEd forE At cnns. Ofctuoae wrill b chargedd
at th. ram of ten entsa. lin. l
COFFEY-Ou Friday, the 19th inst., at half prut I
o'cick P. K.. Bernard Ryan Coffey, beloved husband of
l upoheml B trth e ead.
The relativem and acquaintances ef the family are
respectfully invited to alttend the funeral, which takesn
place on Saturday, October t0, at 1 o'clock P. i., from
his late residence an Delacharie street, between Laurel
and Annunciation streets, Sixth District.
MANSFIrELD-In Philadelphla, October 13. 1877,
Boeie Norrt, wif of Richard Ma eld, aged athirty
nilne yearsn, and a resident of this city for the last
twensyon ce ears
O'BRIEN-On Monday. October 15, 1817. ati o'clock
A. Mt.Anne Magdalen 0, eries. aged twenty-threo and
three months, e:dest daughter of Joseph and the late
Anne O'Brien.
TAYLOR-On Tuesday. October It. 1877, at It o'clock
r I.. Capt. Joseph Taylor, aed forty-five years, a
native of New York. and a resident of this city for
many years, and late Captain in First Lo.isiana Logi
DURABLE DENTISTRY.
Dr. J. H. MALONEY. corner of Josephine and Camp
treets, near Magandsi Mrket. respectfully informs hise
patients and the public itn general that he i performing
all operations appertalng to his profession In the most
eientifo manner. Artificial teeth inserted, with or
without extracting the roots, on a new plan. Old iet
of teeth remodeled, and a perfect adapttion secured.
Teeth extracted without paln by the use of gmas or
chloroform. Charges within the reach of all
Jai4 77 ly5p
DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT
av
St. George's Y, M, B. Association,
Constance street, between Josephine and Jackoxn,
Monday Evening, October 22d, 1877.
Aknd the G erman F'arce,
Doors open at 0.30 pr. aOverture at 7 P. K.
Admsnsio--Fifty Cents. cl4 2t
.. ........... Chartres Street. ........ . . 17
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Carpetings,
CRUMB OLTe S. RUGS, MATS,"
Hair Cloth. Plush, Bed Ticking anrd Sprinim
BUITrXA PB, by the Bale and Piece.
Prices as low me those of any one elm In the trade.
• .4ml  ,.p
THE MOST ELEGANT I]
STOCK OF
FANOY AND STAPLE
Wr.-p GoodaMl,
Fancy Goods, Notions, etc;
EVER BROWN
FOURTH DISTRIOT.
15 NOW
On Exhibition
AND
FOR SALE AT VERY LOW PRICES
AT
E. H. ADAMS & BRO.'S,
NEW STORE.,
694...........Magazine Street.......... 594
Four doors above St. Andrew.
N. B -An additional number cf polite salesmen bare
been soured. It
LEVY BROTHERS,
- a M azine Street.... 581 and 587
Corner of St. Andrew street. 8:
We take pleasure in announcing to our numerous
friends and customere that we are now ready to recelive
them In our noew locality, where we will be pleased to
show them our VERY LARGE and SELECT STOCK
Dry Goods.
We call particular attention to our stock of DRESS C
GOODS, whioh in beauty, taste andcheapness surpasse C
auytbIn ever hard of C
We have added to our Dr oodi Deptment one of C
we sell at lower prices then any other house South. C
For CLOAKS, we would recommend our lady friends C
to first inspect ours, before purchasing elsewhere. C
CORSETS we sell at 4o0 a pair. C
Lonsdale COTTON ast so.
loats' THREAD at Sc a spool C
Fine Wool HLANKD TS at S1 51.
BlacIk ALPACA, at 2r. worth 60o.
Black SILK from New York anotios, at Si. worth $ 50.
We have on band, and sell st very ressonable paices,
the most handsome stock of Children's Fancy 1OSE,
KID GLOVES at e0O, worth $1 A0
Svergbody is invited to caU and inspect our goods.
S o trouble to show goods
u LEVY BROTHERS',
0It 585 and 5'7 Magasle street. cor. Pt Andrew.
SCHOOL BOOKS
AT
Contract Prices.
a GO TO
i HEADQUARTERS
o- ro0
I SUPPLIES FOR YOUR OH1LDBEN.
Is
All the TEXT BOOKS adopted for use In the
1e PUBLIC SCHOOLS, as well as the PBIVATE
SCHOOLS of this oety, and surroundilg country fur
a nished at prices beyond competition.
o Regolar exchange prices on newly.adopted books
in all sohools for the tloll period allowed; and all ad
t vantages offered by AGENTS, or other DEALERS,
a can be obtained at one place, by calling at bhe
0 GREAT SOUTHERN BOOK DEPOT
e and thus save time and money.
-Liberal terms allowed DEALERS and SCHOOLS,
t and all LOCAL, as well as COUNTRY DEALERS are
at hereby appointed AGENTS without further formality,
0e and invited to sond their orders, or call end purchase
t stock. and obtain necessary Contreat. and Trade Lists
of prices, etc.. ast 11u and lid CAMP bTLBREI'.
ROBERT .J. HARP. Agent.
, CARPETS. CARPETS.
ELKIN & CO.
e
~' 16,........ ..Canral Street.......- ..168
S Are receiving new and elegant styles of
AXMINSTER. VELVET
BRUSSELS. TiREE-PLY and
fINGIP.Al CARPETS.
I OFICE MATTINGS,
'ed WINDOW SHADES and CORNICES,
CURTAINS and UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
OIT. CLOTHS, from si to elghteen feet wide.
oc2ti 77 ly AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
1I SPECIAL NOTICES.
KNIGHTS
ore
SI'. T-OH7O. 2 O
ty
ROOMS CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF TEMPER
ABCE--Grurewald Hall -A meeting of this organiza.
tion willi bi oe!d THIS (Sunday) EVENING, Cctober
21, at 7 o'clock.
Gentlemen deslring to become members orercepect.
fully invited to be present.
D. H. BUCKLEY. C. S. K.
JOHN R. NEVILLE, Recorder.
TATE UNION CATHOLIC TOTANI ABSTI
NENCE SOCIETIES-The regular monthly m eeting
will be held NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING, at obr
o' clock, in the Morning Star HIL.
JOHN REANY, First V. P.
Acting President.
Ji . C. M. KAVANAGH. Scretary.
BT. PETER'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE
ASSOCIATION.-A special meeting of this Booiety
17 will be held TO.DA (Sunday), at 11:30 io'look, A. -.,
in the Schoolhoose on Marigny street, between
Dauphine and Royal streets. Panctial attendance of
members is requested.
By order, JOHN REANY, President.
GEO. DUCEY, Secretary. ec14 It
ST. JOSEPH'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY
The regular monthly meetling of this Soclety wih be
held THRI (Sunday) EVENING. October slot, 1877,
e, at o'clock, in their new Hall, Mraln street, nearCom-.
men. Punctualn atendance is requested.
m Gentlemen wishing to oin are invited to attend.
. JOHN McCAFFREY, President.
3.A.. PLACE, ecretary. it
THEY ALL LIKE IT I
THE MAKE, CUT AND MATERIAL
COGAN'S
CUSTOM-MADE
WHICH,
FOR SBTLE, DURABILITY AND OBEAPNE88
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
We keep no Northern-made Goods. All our Clothing
Is out aud made on the prem ues. nod In
stl ee aepsetelly to enit.
We are daily ottlng up all the neweet patterns of
Fall and Winter Clothbe for Men's, TYouths'
and Boys' Wear.
We employ none but flrteleas Tailors and Cutters,
and lways give a good stylieh fit.
Our price are so low that everybody nan Indulge in
'The luxury of a pINE SUIT OF CLOTHING
FORl LITTLE MONEIY.
Special attention given to otere from the country.
Goode sent on receipt of cash or O. O. D, and
we will guarsntee satisfaction and
a good fit in every Instanoe.
A FEW OF OUR PRICES.
Custom-made BUSINESS RUTT....foom ib 50 to $19 00
Cuatom.made C ASSIM RE SUITS. from 9 0 to 14 00
Custom.made BLUE SUITS........from 10 00 to 1 00
Custommade DIAGONAL SUITS. from 13 00 to 1950
Custom-made BLACK SUITS...... from 15 00 to 91 00
Cntom.zd DRESS COATS...... rom 900 to 1500
Cust9.omade aOCK COATS.......from 5001to 900
r Custom-made OVERCOATS)........from 0 to Ie'O)
Cnstom.mdeCASSIMEK E PANTS from 975 to 5 50
Custom-made BLACK PATBS.....from 400 to 650
Cutom-made JEAN PANTS......from 1 50to 75
Custom-made DRSS ESTS......om 1 50 to 350
Custommade YOUTHS' SUITS.... from 600 t1 140,1
Custommade BOY' SUITS........ from 450 to 900
-ALSO-.
A special fine line of Imported CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, etc.. from which mesures are taken
to order at equally LOW PRICES.
COGAN & SONS,
19..............Caal Street .............. 19
Between the Cuatonhonee and the River.
Open unt 1 . M.. on Sundays. fesr 5 7 ly,
will send. ree , mal, and aaatee telr
d aft on Rew or or roes le.
Jut f Tip. and 4 Har l Yth Blsfr .o
Sx ens, Fine tor.IPter-ck0.'s; eer - .r.
or RosC ainat cuons. l3ine o AdIakfr a.
E DinsTOr.nium. sosfor - - r.
CalliaJpnieo. ot.fO -
cny othe wct nll cheat.
Sattofacion -guaranteed. Rem it by Y. O. or cr.
I dri on New ork, or In regIstred letter. Cats.
E MeorrVALrrio.Co.. ..neivllleLRkeCo.,.
g, c0tl no4
1upl;. ood. todu.&..N. Nopeddbns.
D12UU00 THoAeS paOm. rrmaNen ep
unct. HdAdress 8. .OANT5
O3 . AntMAI . A ontSe want. . ... .
S, ns e leltlmate. Particlars frec.
CAteOwUJ.WOHTH CO.. StLlou. M .
- $3 ) OLD PLATEDl W t ATCH ltS. Chepegat
T n hml known world. Bnmpie Walo c Fseh to
ee $ AgU. Address. A.CCOuLTTSg &CO..Chltcg
oc21 77 eity
HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR,
AUOTIONEERS,
Ofooe. No. 11 Carondelet Street,
BeDotween Canal and Common,
Will attend to Sales of Real Estate. Furniture, Stacks,
Bonds Scrip, etc , and to the
ocl fmlp Renting of Hounses._
o A CARD.
J. J. HEALY,
s, Sexton of St. Patrick's Cemeteries,
S, Has on band a fnue selection of AMERICAN and
ITALIAN MARBLE HEADSTONES.
which he will sell cheap.
LETTERING, GILDING and GENERAL REPAIR
ING done at the shortest notice.
All work gnarantred oe7 3t5pe
REMOVAL.................. REMOVAL
DR. THOMAS LAYTON
HAS REMIOVYD FROM (99 MAGAZINE
337.C..f.......Constance Stroet.....3......387
eet3 Imtp rBe ween Philip and First.
CHANGE OF BUSINESS LOCATION.
We take plaenure in informing our customers and
the pnubllic gerally, that having laosed the elegant
store at the
Corner of Cana! and Bourbon Streets,
(Touro Balildnge,. now oudersoinglf tch interior
alterations as will make it one of the
FINEST
Dry Goods Establishments
r IN THIS CITY.
c IWe stall orcupy t she ae on or thoer the 5ilh of
September, wihll a
bIAGN IF1CENT STOCK
t n ol
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FABRICS,
Hoslery, Ifoione, Corse:s, Carpets, Matings, Window
Shades, Curtains. Cornices, Rugs, Druggets, etc.
B. & W. CRONER,
147............Ca.Canal Street......... 17
ee23 m3rap
LADIES', MISSES' AND GENrLEMEN'8
- UNDERW/EAR.
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd
bhavre establhshed. feor the convenlenuo of Ladles asd
Gentlemen. a depot for the sa!e of Ladle', MIsses and
t Gentlemen's Underwear, Infaste' Robes sod Children's
- Dresses. at the Establishmett of Mrs. K. C. LOGAN.,
C14 atronne street, where a ll nline of their goode wit
" be kept and sold at the mot resooableprica.
A TOrders also ereiFed. oo77 ly
.o REMOVAL.
ELDER'S CATHOLIC AGENCY
tis sow located at
78 ...........Carondelet Street..........78
be where the undersigned will continue to erve his p
Stros. as heretofore, with everything In the ius of
Ito Catholic Literature, Periodicals,
AuD
ARTIOLES OF DEVOTION.
CHA8. D. ELDER.
I PoIsotofo Boo2134. sol0 3m~p
. A. BRASRELMAN
T
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO RIS
GRAND OPENING
or RI
NEW DRESS GOODS, M
SILKS, T
,ons, ls
Underwear, Hosiery,
AND
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
SILKS.
Plain colored Faille SILKS, in all the new shades,
from 750. a yard up.
Plain colored Gros Grain SILKS, in all the new
shades, from $1 a yard up.
Plain gray Glaoe SILKS, from 750. a yard up.
Black and white Striped SILKS, from 750. a Lard up.
Gray Striped BILKS, from 75. a yard up.
Black Lustrinee SILKS, from 600 yard up.
Black Taffeta SILKS, from 75o a yard up.
Blaod Gros Grain SILKS, from 850 a yard up.
4-4 black Foulard SILKS, for Skirts, at 35o a yard.
Colored SATINS, from 500 a yard up.
TRIMMING SILKS, new hades, from 40o a yard up.
DRESS GOODS.
Knickerbocker and Snow Flake SUITINGS, from Sc
up.
Solid colored Mohair ALPACA, in all the new shades,
from 15o up.
Silk Striped Plain MOHAIR, at HOe.
Real French CASHMERES, in all the new shades,
from 650 up.
And a great variety of new DRESS GOODS in all
the new fabries, colors and styles, from 0ic. a 3ard up.
MOURNING GOODS.
ALPACAS and MOBAIRS, from o20 a yard up.
3.4 All.Wool DELAINES, from 300 a yard up.
6 4 All.Wool DELAINES, from 60s a yard up.
CASHMERES and MERINOS.
HENRIETTA CLOTHS and BOMBAZINE.
OUN'S CLOTH and SBRGES
TAMISE and EMPRESS CLOTH.
SEnLlish CREPE and VEILS.
HOSIERY.
Lad'es fall finished HOSE, from 81 50 a doen up.
Misses fall finished HOSE, from 0 a dozen up.
Gents' full flnished BROWN SOCKS, from $2 50 a
dczen up.
Ladles' and Mimsses' Brown and White Balbriggan
HOSE.
Ladies' and Mises' Plaio,Colored and Striped HOSE.
Ladies' and Mleats' Bilk, Clocked and Embroidered
Q. HOSE, in all the new colors and styles.
A full sesortment of
I..,." nG eta' and Cilleren's UNDERSHIRTS
Lades' UCNL',ERWEAB, BAEKBS and NIGHT GOWNS.
'he new bkirt CHEMISE.
And a complete stock of
Ladeies' and Missee' COISETS.
Superior Woven CO6ETS. from 500 uap.
Side Steel CORSETS, from 73c up.
Embroidered CORSETS, from I up.
The new Comfort COIRSET.
A superior TwoButton KID GLOVE, in Black,
White and Colors, at ;50 a pair
SLadies Buckskin OAUITLETS. 50c a pair.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Cloth GLOVES.
- HOUSEKEEPING GOODS.
Heavy 10-4 BED BLANKETS, from $2 a pair up.
Heavy 19~.4 BED BLANKETS, from 03 a pair up.
Heavy Bed COMFORTS, from l op.
10-4 White Marsilles QUILTS, from SI l5 up.
d 114 White Marselles QUILTS, from $1 50 up.
d 12-4 All.Wool CRUMB OLOTHB from 6 50 each up.
a 12-4 Linen CRUMB CLOTHS, from 1 a yard up
S Carpeting, Eatting and Rugs.
LACE CURTAINS AND LAMBRQITINSB
NEW WINDOW SHADES.
Many of the above Goods were bought at the late
iarg auction sales iLa New York mouh under private
isale prices, and ero eored at exceedinly low prlces.
8N. B.-Gents' Wameuttla Cotton and Llaen rout
H- SIEETS, at $6 sO per dose.
CAsSIMRRES and CLOTHS for OGnte' and Boys'
wear.
COUNTRY ORDERS
solicited, and will receive propt attention.
ocllmop
THE LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN THE SOUTH:
GENERAL AGENOCY OF THE
LEADING PIANOS OF THE WORLD,
STEINWAY d. 80NS, W. INABEB d 00, PLEYIL, WOLFPF & 00.,
PARIS.
And the Finest Parlor and Church Organs,
REDUCED PRICES. ACCOMMODATING TIRES
DIRECT IMPORTATION OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR BANDS, STRINGS. ACCORDEONS, MUSIC MOXES.
AT WEOLESALE AND RETAIL. SPEOIAL PRICES TO COUNTRY MEROCHANTS
SHEET MUSIC BELOW PUBLISHERS' PRICES.
And at correspondlngly low figures to Puoteseors, SBhols, the Clergy and Commtry Merheats.
TRIAL ORDERS SOLTCITED. ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND CATALOGUES MAILED TO
ANY ADDRESS.
LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
oS2I tf Grmunwald Hall,. 1. 1. IA. D ad 92 Be. Street. New Orlease.
L-0-
SUCCEBSOR TO R. . EYRICH.
WHOLBBSALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLER, STATIONER AND PRINTER,
LOOK BOX 418.
NOew Or.sAm. L.a., September I5. ISTI.
To Parish Sohool Boards. Teaehers and Dealers in School Beeokh Parate sad Guardeians
The undsrsigned having received the highest number of awarrds, s LWEST BIDDER, foer fkrIshItg
the bllio-E8chooi L L tu,_lth_.SCHOOL sad TEXT BOOKS. and havrlg made rreneseate with the
publIesheres he i preppred to furnish all the bbooks at te ipoebld., being the lowiat pries oared.
LIRLýAL DISCOUNTS TO THE TRADE. Sed for price lists.
--0-
I offer to the oity sad Country trade, at lower priees than y house in the South, a large stock of
Standard School and Miscellaneous Books
AND
STATIONERY,
ENVELOPES MUCILAGE,. REA OF MERIT,. INK TAND,
LETTER PAPER. SLATS PENCILS. CHALK RaOYONS. INK. PENS,
NOTE PAPER, BLATE PENCILS, FABBER'S AND EAGLE PENCILS,
and a great variety of
FANOY STATIONERY.
J. C. EYRICB,
Loek Box 418. No. 130 Canal Sltest,
sO0 3mSp New Orles.
PHILIP WERLEIN'S REMOVAL.
HAVING REMOVED INTO MY NEW STORE.
NO.' 135 CANAL STREET (TOURO BUILDING),
I sollicit the orders of my friends and the publio In general, prormiing full eatisfactioc. My stock'ceeaete e
the celebrated ad and unrpssed
Sc
Chin ekeringL :Ptuuarn.
THE FINE-TONED. DURABLE AND LOW-PRICED
HARDMAN UPRIGHT PIANOS AND HALE SQUARE PIANOS,
The wrorld-renowned ESTEY A CO. ORGANS. MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS. NE ENGLAN
ORGANS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. STINS et.. Imorted direct from the Euroe fateess.
MUSIC snd MUSBI BOOKS, and everything Ic the musiosa line. HSving consolidated IT o.e eoega t sad
spacious budldng the stock contained In the five stores previosnly omul(ed by me. nd therr rednosed
my expenses. I am enabled to continue my esaeteme of low prices ad aecomeametleg terms, w hiLhee tways
dlistinguebedmy house. Every Instrament sell Is folly warrtated is everr respect. sad ooe ba geed.
reliable and perfect Instrument. are kept for sale. I take this opprtclty of thankine g my fIrlede sad the
publoic for the liberal patronage beetowed on me heretofrr,. and I sheball endeavor to deeserve a ctlaoeldon In
the future. ourrespundeace invited.
PHILIP WERLEIN,
PIANO AND MUSIC DALEIR.
m320 lySp 135 Canal Street. Touro BulldinG.
JAS. KIRKPATRICK.
Bookseller, Stationer,
AND PRINTER,
SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS,
Pictures, Frames, Picture Cord,
PRAYER BOOKS. BEAI8S SCAPULARS. ETC.
610......... MagazineStreet ....... ...610
au5 77 IVyp near .Jo.n,blne.
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE.
(COP'TKIr liT aCUoRD.)
Hraving beenl ra!led porn byI hundred. of the members
of our Statle MIIItIa for their (t'rtt:ataat, I bet leave
tj anoounce that thty are ROW READY. end the
MEMBIER9 OF EVERY COMPANY
embraced In the i:ol of HInor sae be eappled by
callit.g uptn Motclt GEO ELLIS A BRltOUlER, 82
Camp street.
SThe tertillcate Ihare r,.iaved the cordial endlore
mttt of the t 'o t ie.ltidng tif oiere of all the ommanil,.
and will. I belet, mat, tht approbation o all who arce
them. Price 5 c-nrt per eopy.
J. CURTIS WALDO,
PUBLISHER AND ADVERTISIBIA AGENT.
PHOTO-_NORAVINO.
46.-...........Camp Rtreet.............. 46
jy2 tf (Corner Gratier street
pH. ANTONI,
Cotner Josephine and Constanoe Streets,
CATHOLIC BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Keeps constantly on hand a fine selection of
PYAYER BOOKS.
BEADS. SCAPULARS,
STATUES, CRbCXIFIXRS.
HOLY WATER FONTS,
PURE WAX C&NDLES,
and all Sieds of Beligious Artiles.
He will also have a fine selection of BEAD WREATHS.
ARTIIICIAL IFLOWERS and PAPER for decora
ting the Graveyardl on the let of November.
PLotore framed to order. mbth Ip ly
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
SCHOOL BOOKS
BOUGHT, 8OLD AND EXHAdNGED
AT
369 Dryades Street.
Pareote will do well fto rl·telr OLD School Boks
The wfll aleo Ind STATIONERY. LATE14 PEN
IerS. w 00i-lTRAPS. and all kinde of SdJoOL
BOOKS. ll very cheap. de ly p
J, LOOL An
REMOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILINIGS,
Ome, il EbiMn etoeet.
All ep aimtieee rebeld be addreseed to le 10S,
Meheeie' and Tradrn' Eztoeeage, .der S-t. O-erle
Rel. ew lrieefrI
Spe- · d i C ja t  sO- 81  
L'S rABLI'ln D 181s.
CHARLES SIMON & SONS,
63 N Howard Street, Baltimore, Md.,
IMPORTERS AND DUALMB IN
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
Wounld r tpec.ilul call ibe attealton f IaoUtatloas
smd lbe publis to thbrr teonslve strock of BlEak and
(:olored bOK(IIKS. NUN,' t;.OTH. IBAP D'ETI
BROAD t.)U H tcret a.tton warp sod all wool)
Linen and Cotn o -HIKTINO. LHEETING. PI-LLOW
(cAsINO, BILANKFTlI. TOWELH TI)WELINUEE
NAPKINS. I) ll.IE., TABLE CLOTHSB, TABL.
LINEN. etc., etc
As well as to the r grat variety of
DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDRtltS.
LACES, CORSETS.
LADIE) ' BRADY-MADE fUND)ERWEAB,
GOODI) for BOYS' and MEN'S WEAR. ete.
Also to their
DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT.
CLOAK. '1)RI ISE. etc.. ms' to otder promptly
in ra slpror mna,,er. asd iu t ob Iatest style, at moder
ate Iat.. Orders . ol.ictmp Irele' for self.msasure
mert, ard semeles of materials, with estimates of oast.
snt upuon applicStloO
As ofr oods are purchased for cash. from the best
soorsIC. cean offer them on toa most favorable tarms.
All orders. asounting t lI, j or over. will ho snta free
of freight charges ho Express, but partis wbhim orders
are not lcoomparIled by the money, and rhavllg thbeL
goida eat U. O. L O, umo.t rI)s for the Trturn of money.
THE HOPE INSURANC E COMPANY
OF NEW OtLEANS
Has removed to
_.... . .... .. Camp Street............... 7
Near Commoo.
Omoe lately occupied by the Nsw Orlesr lso flfie Mai
road Compsy.
-c30 Imp LOUIf BARIsETT. Seretary.
WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC.
IrNTAIHR YAN OLD CATHOLIC OIE LE
Sa, who is still vlery eablthy sd vgorots, a
sItutto as Bousk.per. or as Collector ad outdoor
employe. HIas so obO.tot a to goang to the eountry.
Best of refnrscs given- Adre... "V," ear Horalag
Star Offioef
DIANO TUNING, 630 MAGAZINE, GOOD,
work. Prto I b. D. LEECH. sarty PLo.
ST. PATRICK'S HALL FOR RENT.
FOB BALLS, COVNCERTS 4"D MFAI
St. PWlik's Hall. the LAr EST AED INEST
ALE -IN THE CITY, will be ted, b ybthe sigh
or lemgas, ea resonable Mans, Se, OONCEZTS,
MALLA. LCTUEM. fRS ans tICaOmNM .
stlael of ered, t. S'lwell em ed BILiP
IBSBENIA INSURANON OQMrANY.
a TS 19 Ne. If cm e lsr

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