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Steeing Star and Catholic Messenger' CaSbI.
3 O 0lI , AS EU AT, IgICZMBER .3 15 o. STHE EDITOR. da dinal it The editor who wlls to pleas, Father, Mest hunthrlr crawl upon h ahn... Senda And hki te hand that beleta htm r it hbe daattempt to walk, well-k Oer we the mark tha others. rhi Haullec And ringe to all thant meet hltu. work o paee one. your onbjeetA mar too e date 13 Too moeu maru t al3 ~~ "Your Give me some witch or wisard tae. dinal With slip etedh05b. wits he sad cais. coneit And foeatUro like a pt0o3.te t I lot toad oon oole lies- In the s Joveo h `ut e, sad dlrds. ltes. - ether words, thooa oeL. Gecr of borrder n nad ut l cr hmoidh hat nad to hve In hovels. the 1i. No . so erie. one'. wve ad eson It w Of eoch confounded love-sick tou-, works To crse the fair tree ion ; you Give n soame rane t foreign s news. Or any other L rtioE. the I The man of driL'ed sholastlc loto could Would l;ke to Noe a little more Father In e herae of Greek or Lato : The merchants rather hare the price ao , r f eoothern indigo sad rIce, to the Or ld slk r ito. vebicl Another oriel. I want more fun. oarse A Witt not oe or pun. Sef A ore or or oiane Arcbb ra me. s wulir. ae ral ew. psat would rather hone uiWhe. dect TLshe Uis. t5 e o elto ski. lug th Mhat dhip ina his gadr ctIll, norms e aoirls of. teC t t t he pe .arich e getoim tper.onve A cabled op we- indep VeI llle iu all Ibinge; a~ te dmittd - only1 t e, _ utat the r1 of ai° smllton nounuactu , whi hich I waut some marriage news. Mr mise, the E X'e siffesr ftrom doahg . 'tI pain ; At peset. sot tse is em tur Another anwer. foUid as winer. dren Id rather ha e the all and rise If roacoon hkina and hbeaer. civil ome signify a secret wish a d Intro( Yea nrw ad thee a uor dih tsion . Of pea i lt to rutm them; ed it Bet hers we eset at per t t eaose. Ssinohogul they swear the moon wasr chee. chue We never hould dlipote them. Chrisa Or grave or hsmore. wild or tame. Lofty or lonw 'tie all the same Too haughty or too humble ; And every editorial ailhh a nd les the grnmbtor Ngrumblhe r T nigh ABSURD RED < TAPE. On t ove ster Tibun t e' WsurhontonDLphe ahs thehe A singular illuatration of the prevalence and of red tape in naval and military circles is the i eaid to have occurred dnring the ezrmina- dimes ion of Master Coneway, one of the few ot- Ladd the who ewas saved from the wreck. In the 1 erder that be might swim ashore without whit lorumbrance bo stripped himself nakred. wool Leaving the Huron, he was ast upon the the I beecreh i that conditio, and dragged from taini the surf by the fiahermen. Every article In t he was without money, it was not conve- mage sient for him to obtain a uniform aimmedi- bsit diately. When he appeared before the offer Court of Inquiry he Is reported to have Ladd been rebuketd somewhat sternly by one of 176 the officers of the Court for venturing to Irie appear before so dignified a body without nigh, a uniform. ie waes alkv if he was not forgi aware that te. re " ;lnteio arequired that be up t should appear on eoach occasions in the twel uniforml of his office. "But" interposed tabe Master Coney,' teare noth uniform ; every fear a garment I bad wiso lost, and I wast washed set upon the sobe." It i only fair to prer ume of that this iact bnd ,ycaped the memory of imp the officers of te: C.turt it the time t'te re- har. boke was given br th Thie N. Y. a ibpnie ,res that it meet be to admitted tn hat oti Soauth ha e m iany natral a. varl',: t"e h": -ctton nuir.olactntittg, which are toe pees. eed by tr a . rtl. Tke etrantead rs that ru;n thelirt rd;tA are netver frozren, erd up to this :it1le th- l,-roe Lever aeen Suhiouy a tp-icted ly t hel dnther f summer. The csutha: . is paticrarl adapted for thr e firet to ripeprtiets "l, teo delicate raw ma- ncn teriaer. It. t.e Nriosi tie tir iss frestc iutlm d dt so t ry tatblow elanig as wi te icntrocs tced into iC wtvit g-T(inr to keep . the threads the uolct olad pereiet ten. tp.'u breaking. Ste Stuch an Tpdierot is never necesaary in ee the Suth; evern in n:id unimer the at- cal moephere is always sufiic;ertly humid to nn, allow the epilnning and wsavitg proceso to tai goon without irterruptizln. Fuither than this, the Stheio n mfife rquirt o lear gas tw and iese fuo i then tbtir Noittern rivals, W1 and thie irt :- ' cot of ticer cotatruction or, is invkrinh' , l, ri: a '!h-.. Their owuers ab derive aeti g.eeer aivautgee, bowever, from the :at: that they csan buy the raw th material at a reduced price, and can have Ci it delivered at their doors fresh from the fields without any chkrge fur freight, bro- w kerage, or commissions. W or Maj.r Blaney Walehe camo to the front in w the ,troac of ti Pe:a5 t,ay with au offer of ci 't--_-_._ .o ttie .Ine of. h.nle uoderarmaOtae etc.. for men sad bey.. u will errety raa s raron npoa thi I Tes eanllent tritterer of the geods, the vsariety ad eomnprheaslwr ess of the srk. k laciodlgas it t iee erery tmlgnable aUrticle that g entlean or s loath esa nerd, and the eztrenely low pr;C-e al which the e Major is tffeort tbrm,. make us feel that woo eweit both to him not to our r-adera thot we should gire the adrsrtirlem ent a good "lf. " Bot m ush so we deelre it we cuotit do ar. fIr the Mujar has •taed aLl the facto so plntedley and fa:ly in hit adrertloemmi . that he Iereeo uS nothing to say, uonre. Indeed. it he that we hare dealt with him many year. and hare slways found his Euods to be Jint wbat they wore repreeetod to be. Give himr soal, or. If too far off for that, nd him your order and he will mend goods V. O. D. sod tahe them bark if not entirely etlefaiory. Sa'rrA CLAUS' AogsT.-.- great diecover he recntly been mnde in thin lty.--a diosoTsIythnt mnut bring Joy to masy a youthfnl heart, It i that a botlitntfe for or an oadrce alot of belored old Writ lRgelhlal epeneda treet st,rsr t 137 Canal street. which, on acount of Ito mnaldlficsn(, ae called Lee'e Polas rRoya l Her o every im agunable toy snd trioket that can delight the heart (of youth Is gathered for the benefit of the little etc. whose osoen of unbounded Jay Ia at hand 'Fathers, mothers. godfathers and godmothers. unelnr, atnto. and frlende, in fact aU who omee togiwe preoento will als be orerjoyed at thin dis. coery., for the prione oi all coals are mnarkd down at arsmaLrbly low fgnro ta will be soen by the bll double oolemn adrvertiament we pnbllh esewhero in B. & W. Crouer, 147 Canul street, Touro Btoldlnga, hare on i f the finest sock of dry goola to be fiond in town. TheIr sdrortiroment appeas in CA4bINAb L MJNNINQ A D PFATBEB I CURCI. o Rome Corrspeadset Loerdeoa *alsttr rev. 4 A' A letter, in which the name of the Car- H dinal is coupled with that of the ox-Jesuit th Father, appeared in the Unita Cattolica of to Sunday morning. It is written by the hi well-known Catholic writer Baron de to Haulleville, who recently replied to the to work of M. de Livalaye. The letter bears fe date 13th of November and is as follows:- w "Your Liberals would wish to fod in Car- at dinal Manning an approver of the crooked Li conceits of the Abbe Carci, and I see that the jonrnals of Rome are occupied with it. ft In the September number of the Revue p Generale is given a complete resumn of the b latest work upon the Roman Question by tI the illustrious Archbishop of Westminater. g It is one of the most vigorous and coocie, a works that I know on this subject-I am yours most heartily devottd, B. de Haulle- e rille." TheLiberals must surely have read o the Cardinal's book backwards when they s could find any resemblance between his and a Father Cnrci's wild theories, which one may t say, parodying Dante, were, "displeasing i to the Church and to her enemies." The v vehicle of the Cardinal's theories ic. of a course, *'The Independence of the Holy * See." and the Unitsa well remarks that the t Archbishop of Westminster, "far from pro posing any species of conciliation whatever, c declares all impossible, aflirming and prov- f Ing that Christian society cannot be 'u ts normal atate without the Temporal Power, which means the independence of the Church. This power is not only a ham an coovenience, an adjustment of affairs more l O o reader the Church i nodependent and to avoid presentiit but It is a fact desired of God, inherent in the regular order of Christian society, and which cannot be violated without opposing the manifest intentions of Providence." And the journal sums up how Pins IX. and the Church are situated in Rome in a pic tore very different from Father Curci's utopian visions. "All ecclesiastieal prop erty confiscated; the enjoyment of his palace left ti the Pope; tie Religious Or ders suppressed; 50,000 religious despoiled; civil instead of sacramental matrimony introduced; theology suppressed; instruc tion paganized; the clerics obliged by the military levy ; freedom for blasphemy ; and churches invaded." It is a true anti Christian rebellion, says the Cardinal. coves LO URDES. panti bimse Correspondent Waterford Newa. the The grotto of Lourdes is illuminated befor night and day by four hundred candles. was On the side of the lower is the holy well meet over which is a marble fountain. Around wher the well are hundreds of sticks, crutches, docil and other memorials, left by those whom print the intercession of Mary had rescued from nac' disease and misery. The Church of our him, Lady of Lourdes is situated on the rock, head the high altar standing over the spot on eith which the Blessed Virgin 'stood. The whole Church is again divided into two- peon the lower and the higher-the former con- thino taining five and the latter sixteen altars. Cogs In the higher church thelbanner of every Ci a nation floats except that of England. A with magnificent lamp, accompanied by a green dien banner, with the inscription, "A lamp-the a tl offering of the children of St. Patrick to our Lady of Lourdes, on the 8th of September, him. 1376"-shows the unwavering love of the Bi Irish race for the Immaculate Mother. The be w sight I witnessed one Snuday I shall never forget. Nearly four thousand candles lit cowl up the holy edifice; inside the sanctuary anhi twelve lamps burned brightly; from the exhi tabernacle to the rails gold leaf hung in in a featoons Over the tabernacle sparkied a MCA set ot diamotlde, the present of the Duke The of Orleans. The ceremonies were most Tn impressive, and it should certaiuly be a aod hardened heart which would not be moved foit by the whale scene. It was justly co.i- ecqi pared by a genutlemn who sat next to m3 juct to "a giimp;e of heaven t."a aI TAMED BY ELECTrICITY. ed tha EXCITING TREATMENT OF COGNAC, TIE MAN EATER-IsPOiL-ING A CUIT O' LCLOTIIH. Ad F.an Fra~cc c al. 1 The celebrated man-eat:og I.orne, Cog- Coi usac was pu; under a new tieatWret yester cro d day by his new trainer, Prof Tapp. Two lar or three hundred epectators a~oembled in e : the pavilion tent at the rear of the Record pi' * Stables, on Market street, near Seventh, to Pci see how an animal possessing Cognac's pe- t culiar idiosyncrasies would conduct himself o .o under the electrifying effects of a galvanic Pi tO battery. The novelty of the experiment pr and the fame of the subject upon which it st was to be tried. attracted several ladies, f ' who accompauitd their huobands, to wit- mi n ess the exhibition. The ring enciosure is t r about seven feet high, and the seats for de r' spectators elevated stall above this, so that gr they are presumably out of the reach of w he Cognac. Notwithstanding this he came gt very near making a square meal of a o- wholesome-looking citizen who was un warily leaning over the temporary rail that p Ssrmounts the ring encloasure. The horse ft s was running at his freedom in the ring, and ye charged with a wild fury upon every per. d son who approached the railing, although 0 they were above his head. He seized the U SL. gentleman in question by the coat lappe i 'd taking also his vest, shirt and undershirt s in his teeth, and being an immensely pow- a "· erful animal, it was with the greatest diff * cnlty that the man was kept from being b *r dragged into the ring and killed. As it was, " the horse got away with a large piece of a I Ve broadcloth coat and a hearty mouthful of vest, shirt, and red flannel undergarment, i and the man's breast was discolored, as if he he had received a very heavy blow. This was before the audience had assembled or the Professor had come in. ak At two o'clock the work of securing Cog nac began, and by a little matsmvernog two ropes were made fast to the headstall he wore. This was accomplished by the Professor and an assistant who stood on the outside of the entrance door, which was a opened sufficiently to admit a man's arm, t. Cognac keeping his nose thrust close to the r.,, opening in the apparent hope of getting a *,kst nip at somebody. One of the ropes was r then passed up along the corridor in front of the seats and made fast to an upright and post. Then the trainer entered the ring U ho and secured the other rope to the tent pole. i, i- Thus Cognac found himself unable to fol low the bent of his inclination any further. hs at' Prof. Tapp then gave a history of the e t animal. Cognac is a mottled gray thor oughbred Normandy stallion, of symme trical, but powerful mould. At his native houro home he was docile, and was worked in Ws to the plough. 1He was imported to the United re in States two years ago, being then five years old. He became the property of a man in Illinois. One day his master put a halter op him, the style of which he took as a mortal affront, and he became refractory. All attempts to subdue him were in vain. He was so terribly beaten abeut the head, that for some weeks he was but little bet ter than a dead horse. He recovered, and has ever since exhibited a deadly hostility towards man, though pelfectly harmless to animals of his own species. The Pro fessor exhibited the halters and fastenings with which the animal has been secured and handled heretofore since he has taken hLi present bloodthirsty notions. Tapp then retired from the ring, and in a few moments returned armed, as he ex pressed it. He bad on an overcoat and buckskin gloves. I_ the inside pockets of the overcoat Ie'*i ad two small electro galvanic batteries, one on each side. There were connected by an inanlated wire that passed behind his back. A wire ran from each battery, one being p~asitive and the I other negatile, passing down inside of the sleeve to his gloves and connected with a small metallic plate covering the ball of the thumb. He Lad also a bridle bit, twith I long reins attached. The bit was wound with a coil of copper wire, which extended along each strap to aasmall button. With a little difficulty lie got the bit in the horse's mouth, the bridle being put over his head by piecemeal. During this pro cess Cognac fought with his mouth and fore feet as best he could. but he shows no * disposition whatever now to use his hind feet in warfare. Prof. Tapp then took the reins, one in each hand. He kept the a thumb of the left hand constantly on the button of that strap. His right thumb he h held over the other button, but not in con Sto-Iwith i, e- .h.... .wanted-to-give a the hornse a dose of lightning. When all was ready he dropped his right thumb K upon the positive button, giving at first but a light charge. Cognac started as if d he had been struck by a bullet. As the shocks were increased in strength the animal plunged and reared as much as his - strong fastenings would permit. At length s the side rope was loosindd, and be had the fall circuit of the ring. Tapp let on the Ft i; electric fluid, and Cogoac reared high in and g Y the air, endeavoring to plunge at his tor mentor, but Tapp kept his eye on him, and may e by the slightest movement of his thumb the pr created a wall which the horse could not only a crosr. It was a magnificent sight. The horse, covered with foam, fretting, chaffing and panting, reared and attempted to throw himself forward upon the Professor, but the brute strength and fierceness paled before the behest of science, and Cognac was powerless to do harm. The experi d ments cotinued about twenty minutes, when the Professor concluded to test the a' docility of the animal. He said that the % principal thing to be overcome was Cog nac's disposition to bite. Tapp approached r him, stroked him on the body, then on the head, and took hold of his nose Cognac, in either from exhaustion or good nature, permitted this, and even showed the same docility toward Tapp's assistant. Tapp n- thinks he has made great improvement in ra Cognac. He thinks the galvanic treatment A is a success, and in this be was concurred z( a with by a number of horsemen in the au he dience, although others thought differently, Sas the animal exhibited his usual vicious ness toward any others who approached RUB be him. he Before Cognac was taken from the ring s, e be would come and go back at his trainer's gOgT lt command, and, in many respects, act like Ti an intelligent horse. At the close of the r exhibition Prof. Tapp hitched Cognac up in in a buggy, and the gites that lead into a McAllister street having been thrown open, h he drove several blocks and returned. Toc-re were a great many vehic!es parsiog a and repassiug, and hundreds of people on *ed foot, watching to eee how Cocnac would F01 i,- acquit himself in harness. He behaved ¢ just like any other horse, and but for the fact that the "man eater" was followed by a large crowd, to one would have suspect- AI ed that he was the distinguished animal that all t;he world had heard so much about. AN ENORIMOCS GRAIN CRBOI IN RE'SSIA lrasihinglton, Dec 12 -The United States Hot Coentl at Odessa reports that the grain ier crop of South Russia for 1877 has been the rwo largest hsrvesttd during twenty-five years. i in erchants of the Continent and England ord placed credits to their Odessa corres to pordents, who have sold exchanges on them and purchased enormous quantities iself of grain with the proceeds for their princi aoic plea. This grain was bought at a very low nent price in the depreciated currency, and is Ho h it stored awaiting the cessation of hostilities ies, for shipment. It will take its place in the wit- markets of the world at so small a cost to re is the purchasers that it will no doubt have a for depressing influence upon the price of spi that grain from other countries, a fact that is of worthy of note by American experters of .ie ame grain. f a CaAP PUnLC ParnmTIo.-Under Republi- Os n- can rule in bouth Caroliona g50,000 was ap- Or that propriated and alleged to have been expended T orse for the single item of public printing for one ,and year. At the last session the Democrats re- a' per. dnoed thisappropriation to $10,0(0, which was o ugh considered the bottom fgre at which the Sthe work could be done. The Committee on Pb lie PrintiR for ttI yeoar, however, have as certained for their gratification that at least $4,000 of this appropriation remains noalled pow- for in the treasury, with all bills on this ao diffi oount paid. T'his is certainly a oreditable cx being hibit, and it is doubtful whether any other twas, State of like population has had its public ofa printing for one year executed for $6,C00. i'fl of Tn EW TEA REolON.-The tea trade setl is generally considered as being the exclun s if sive business of China and Japan, and tea This from other countries is apt to be looked 0 ed or upon with suspicion as a spurious article. Seventeen years ago the first tea planta Cog- tions were establshed in Assam, and the rn growth of tea in India was regarded merely d y te as an experiment. The trade steadily ytoincreased until, from 1,300,000 pounds of td tea in 1851, the export from Calcotta ad Sa vanced to 25,000,000 pounds in 1872. The tm cause of the poor quality of China teass of t late years lies in hasty preparation, with a ewg a view of bringing the teas early to market. f ra Small farmers grow from 50 to 500 lbs. pfront of leaf, and carry it off to a market. pright If they fail to sell it here they take it to ring others, and in the mean time the unfired pol- leaf is spoiling fast by exposure to the air. rther. In India the planting, picking and firing are done more systematicnally, and consan qf thor qrwntly a better quality of tea Is prodnced Smme- gSaSs PCs.vrr CRaxTIcs -First Soot-"Fat uste o' minister has ye gntten, Oeordiel" ked in Second Ditto--"Ob, weel, he's no msckis United worth. We seldom get a glint o' him. 8Sx e ears days o' th' week he's envees'ble, and on the man in seventh he's eomprshens'oble !h"--P t. THI LUN LOKDCR-FORS 1 95.... The Holiday Catalogue j applyis wilth e long fel obatan Ibse ii and a. We LEVY'S PALAIS ROYAL our r Cdam ]ORMERLY IN e Am oneu bLVY'S DOLLAR STORE. If is e Fall catalogues given free on application. No trouble now to find what to buy for boys Sand girl of te different ges. From the well ordered arrangement and exhaustive detail ib the preparation of his oatalogues. In the space of these columns can be given to the publio ot only a synopele-eo to speak-of the extent and variety of the O e, S.47.. I MAMMOTH HOLIDAY STOCK thee S .. wh. le .. . a . 5a A5 wn $ P rl o Be (..d Lath· o fluted ) . . . . 5 P rlor C roqu e t en oxoo, s t,• l Se-plt2 ed C hime, wi thm hS ........ . .. . a e d er the ice .p. .t.d o o pull b y tr ins...... 50 .e prc orhestra, o selt........... . .. .. n. SChCne W .....*............. 5 n tcoded built Guarcdhoue s........................- *I 0 d f n on whe s . Wood carved anm als . 12 In a box, assorted per S S O . . . ................... and arlor Crct sies In paper boxe. 5' 6 oo eTr Wooden Gymnasts, movabe limbsarge, full varnishet I ad h METAL- box0. . w..E ...........pronbx ... ...... . .. 2 (0 e Toe 3 Bell Raitee, wstrong) ... ........... ...oodencarve.1 Monk e i klelatd Come. with handle P T aO.............25a W de rcnoave ' u ticr al ae o. s . . In he po ad r pll by string ..... r a u u Chinese. . . 500 W oden built Gu.dhon.e..........................) en od ,' .. .t .N.'. Ark, wltb Ta.nted animal., extra large. 00 e, O kgey ri ng and O ogl on threew el ....... h.. 1Wy t E n y h * eOJpa- painted wuilow Cryir g Animals.2-t ..2 - Wooden Haise, drawing cart... . . ..... 10 e aeSkin covered Goat, drawing hnned bay cart- r orlog ... runwed.... . . . .... ....o. I 0. -n 2 Horeen dTiawig eaT y frle t i nd bo .............. 00 ld FOR O S FROM TWO TO '1p VE . 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Ac h 61 351 b ots o- H E Ws -Drums. nikra-ndl frames, Prnu lad n pattvr oern. with itwas its No I, W Lpoo wagon, wheels 1 and 14 Inch screws-y 3 4 5 6 a P- S riod anhd v ri ... ............... .... ...... ... .Il sho ot -- ra ro ....d. cas. . ... Ioa n o So. 8, wheel 12ltr so d 1 inch oy paift froni s ig o losidi. .t0 n old 4. body 1rn3e. rnt whelanty nluntder s antd operate with a stik.l.. . 1 00 lar er, ho tly . . . . .. . . .......... . .. 0 0.o Iron R evolvers, s outh ng , pa ery fno. sae.as..o. 2. ut as ron..es... . . . . . . . 2.5 N o. ,. bo t2 . . .... . . ................. 2 50 s tos. P cantadns , roo l ........... .....r.re, .h ..t n.a m a " "o. 4 . b ts i"d, l d. . . . . . . . . . . . .. r. o. . . . . . " pb 1i and . v ..... Iron.axles. . ..... ...i ira N o t somerbarro . 1 Su ch asd ohhu is p n ed, s3rip. "" -...er... . . . ........ tel...... N eboa. e tralr and elegant....lo y pal td. i orhon hora-a0 dose. "" " .....t::::::::::::: : ot trade goat or :. . tO CanoaeW ouh. ..I. ..........g . ........ ....I 0g Bt- No o. t iSr d e a 6 stl, l Canon4 an ae bhe es i. ... i.. i.. 3 m 0 I rf o oat or . . ..... 10 00 ro, 7C.. . tl bti" Air s 14 Ih ln very irtic o y'.re;ot red . . . . --65 No1 co ai n Tools . .. .... ... 50 o. W, --w . i nc so d h. ............ . 4d the aiDEhards eEL me e ntG. d ixiS. flubed- iNo4 i. . . . . . .(n - . c e natur raa odor atwood .. .. ..5 .. 1L 00 No. a :: 1ith ...horle ....... ... 2I A5u oe0 13. w o e ho r ............... . . . 1 00 WOdilD EOY TOI CART no.2 emrob wxhpenel, t to w 4 ' ore'. .. .... . 1 (0 odtyof by........100 57 tho.. 1.b...e............... No. to4 Jk- in-b wheel. . . .. . . .Ik 20n .ut .e .....3...... 7.0 Tn No. 10 . . . . . . . 1) NO.10 Express Co. 4 r n r. . prrlees of o..20. . . . . ..l. in ....t o. 400 .aoode o witOa4 TWEE T Oa WAGOR.&---xp 5 TIN TOYSr-xIrlas large. to IJarpaed and V, rise d-' t oa o.t. , o L. nItraComlru ler wood n ..... .....wit 00•ore . ls n o. 2, e r pi nteed, oyl ne and rk.. . . 'Cbarcoal y ng is wi th onet hors1.I y r C5 O - Oat d WOn D N TO Cht Eapesas. to wor1t , ou-ec L .. . e. . . lothed m akIt oa fto eatlraol C a s,,too b ur.e...... .... 1 n h t '0he a .. nto ics - Eap roo s. Co. I4Ia hors- an i 00 conso rityou of • eui' ro.h tri ion sdi &Co wooden • , oyoubare mena iop so reu ctaloe:s arA ew .. . ... . a w . . . . . . 00 de lm CRESCENT OILY IN TELLIGBNO B UREAU, 95............ Comerlal Ploe....... ...5s Between Camp snd St. Charles streets. 1u I, a rt e-clea. reliable ISTeLLIsbre es ZB end are prepared to finnish qt short notice r hle p1 of evr dseri loWeU; ltitldg HOUS" eSUV'ANm CATRBa E AIDZJ COOKS. WASERB. WOU". HOsTLeLs otcr - y thealtd of a tihretih sta of Inquiry they are enabled to aeecUtan the cauatad oeaaty of those applying gar attaauttelL sad to fhrala theiratrons with eapable and itduatrlous .oosantm . It I o the ppeof the undsigned. to aiPl want long felt by ov" rr assW n m__ e mwmr ee. multy. vita I TABLU ILITBLLIGEgN U AU. b the f of which the uem e Moai obtain sLtu.l one 4they oWe ca..pabee till tjr. am tbae in need of laJor be relieved of tic truble We oo frih Lborers. Pntation Ud, ud well oa the City. The Bureau Io complete In all its branches aamv fatneh cEaurate leformattoa as to Bouee and au. nis hed Booma for itent. Bcarding and Lodging Hoes, the payment of State and City Tanee and lesaese Mortgages. e'o. All pearona beepilng Bardlng ouseso n a thoe bar. ug eHoun e or ornlsnbed Rioms to Btet willtat to their advantage to rglater at the Bsrau. A Waiting Boom expresNsly f dle is hed to the Burann, e that theJy may have no heS ttee i applying ta person for such hebolp or infLocmaiL n they may dmePre. desm -I BALDe Y r He ES. CAETDRAL AND ._CHUR ORGANe.s Oar anaa atOe UV3BUALJ~ , eTCetLaErA or EUVTY a nd P4IIIT of TO3.tn vish OErBAT POWBng : r trOPIPT. A..R .an S AIsRLU e ACTIO1I I ifr onm .al M ICtL and MBOW NAIOAL ECELLUIJE no, fr *. a3D. hOG" WELL is 8y dimate. I eforlg the meny laten iaetreut osben I br no we satte to man m cia sebre tho th the. e moea organ in the Church of St.O .o thoX mau one i the tedral of ng Eame noha M N, ep7 .e r..o ore ot he ep teo apply dree.ly . o.. TA RBICBAN COTTON TI COTPHE 47_-«_....--..Carondelet * traot.n. 41.....p pw l resaw las. iMPORTAfT SPECIAL .NOTICE. (LIMITED) having fted the price of the e.lebrated ARROW COTION TIE ....... at $50t per bundle. lee 9$ per orni dincoant hr eas. acontra t with a stes sn a Count yR e aroa te. tob future delivery o the aeveamoa pri and teruo. in anlities. from timeon to time s may be reid. I 00 sw Oranas May I It. having eHoatreoc rm n abudat supply to. meet it CAa r r dma e f ao o rit ngr thWegneat the CotO SIntoa ta e ealohetbrd ARROW TI, will be pissd upon lthe t at ·Ugenerally adaby their Wanumeor gsen at th. and terms saeboeotated. It bd S the objet a purpose of the Cmpaoy so mrit the 51 continued patronage of the planting emn-uatty r R. W. RAYNE & CO., 50 aunt 7" ly GENERAL A(. ENTS HJ. . KELLER. M150 J rL FACTUatz OFl E1 00 ALL SA L SOAP d KELLtR't F ttlOU0 CA'OE'LC SOAP e50 124 y' For Ceana'nu acd D.sinfeting Purposs. dolp, HIDB ~NIA INSURANCE COMPANY, Office, No. 37 CamIp Street. JOHN HINrDEP.Son , Presidont. P. IRWLI. Vice President. .$1 0 THOS. F. BRAIIO, Secretary. SEarnimng. ............ .......-........ 71,1 Leenee ro td........................... Le ( e ...................t Prots................. .. At an election held on Monday. the 7th iat., th 53following named gentlemen were hosen Direettc ti 2.00 this Company to serve for the ensuing yuear: -.1 . Irwin John Hendersoe. Thom. King. Tbomnas miath. Thea. Gilmore. JWs AaGeil,. John T. GiOlbbon. JA. Gtrdr, .. 0 William Hart. Emile oGauche. :1 n David Jackson John B. Henna. 50 F. J. Gasnuet. % And at meeting of the Bonrd.keld May 14th. JOSB g HNDUERSON. President, P. IRWIN. V.PIoprIda• t r amn THOS. F. BRAGG, Secretary, ware unaaimol ...2 re-elected. The Board declared out of the net prafm f tO - ...1 00 Company for the peat twelve months 10 per wet 13 ...1 00 tereet, nlne 2 per ant dividend on the paid up alluS1 and .0 per cost dividend on peminau patl by sek bolder (making, with the rebate, 3 pet cent a prM iith mmsm). Sold Lterest and dividends to be placed totlh erodlt of the stock notie. Iatereet and divideads en full paid stock payab e..l 0( n at the fie o.f the Company on and Jafertlno 11" proni P TEO$. 1. BRAGG SeO ete, _ .0 row O iaaae· . MY a 18. 1Pi7. 187 REMOVES ALL KINDS OP BUILD1g, 0(1 Ci 0e, 119 Robln stra , hg Mocbaniee' and Trl'cta WExchang. unmrr ot S . o .3w00 Eoi.NnwCr.rO~am. . , t r?...oort ,.-,l.u , ... y tu.te-o unlyO- v-- t. e t J. THOMSON ,o BROs., Carriage and Spring WagRon lakLn, . 6. n 70 gO ..... Ra. R mpart St6rot. , ....t1 (0 Rcived..-tre u State alal ..... 2 50 .dTop Gu4ie Doer ,rocro ..... 400 . . hed- the bht moeo.hani o weare pmp 5dWnj an.. .:::. ott lo 14nd136.....RaWpat Stret._. d . 7Between Toolotu aud at. Feot, __ Mnufacturer of all kinda of - 15 5o" Carriages, Barouohss, Bugglet' 15 years. Eiprea Wagons, platfo:m and Elliptio SPdiO moth .... O 81EING "MACIN WAGONS. ETC' ro. t ragee aa.a . earetsl. dent Ilo Country orders promptly attended t a