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pying r and Catholic Messaener. 3Nw ut&ams, sUnmBA. DcKmann Us. o. GENBBAL NEBW ITBMB. J. P. H. Clalborne is writing a history of Mie siseppi in four volumes. If youe don't want to be robbed of your good name, do notbave it palited on your umbrella. An eminent Dublin surgeon has given $5000 to establish a lifeboat on the wild coast of Kerry, in memory of his deceased brothers. Ink stains in ootton or linen can be removed by washing in salt and water. This should be done before the fabric is washed with soap. Switserland has passed a law prohibltin - htlAn under the age of fourteen from bein" employed in manoufctorise after the *rst o next may. Doring 1876, 108,771 jItlians emigrated to Amerles. According to the statistics 89,000 of this grand total are set down as temporary tourist., the rest as permanent settlers. Malmaison, the favorite sorbarban home of the fret Napoleon and his Empress Josephine, was lately sold by auotion to a Mr. Gaolier of Paris for 730,000 franos, or about $148,000. The Moat bell-punhob, in use in Virginia barrooms, is a good collector of statistics for the temperance reformers. The Richmond bell-puohee registered in seventeen days 255, 000 drinks, Thee are now in Boston six public and many more private kindergartens. St. Louis has thirty-two that are public, Chicago bas seven, and Cincinnatl, Cleveland, Indianspolls and Nashua, N. H., oneeach. There is nothing so very astonishing about I. Herbert Browne, the RhodeIslandman, who isaliU with two bullets in his head. One edi sor has a daugher whose ead is si spf l and parties all the time. Ben You has gone back to China after mak ing $100,000 in the cigar business in San Fran eisso. Considering the relative value of money in the two countries, he will be enormously wealthy at home. The noew Catholic Church at Rome, Goorgla, wse dedieated two Sundays ago with imposlng religious eremoniese and a special train wees run from Dalton to Rome to accommodate the number who desired to witness the services. A Berlin paper says that Germany in 1890 will .ayes fleet which. aithough I*ferior in the number of veseols to those of either F oance ,r England. ..ill be superior in the quality of .s.erial and artillery, in the edroation of offl cers, and in the oompleteness of its eq nipu umeits. The construction of vessels proceeds ar' dly. In the Cathedral at Brunswick, Germany, it weeas recently determined to scour the walls and pillars. As the dirt of ages came off, the v;ndicato:a of cleanliness were rewarded by the uncovering of old paintings of great merit that had ueen entirely forgotten. Sketohes are to be made of them first, and they are then t be restored. In that paradise of Kentucky, the blue grass region, famous for its racing horses, its whiskey and its beautiful maidens, real estate priots have touched hard pan. The Lexington Yesec says that at no time in twenty-five years has land been so oheap. 81ity dollars to ninety dollars an eore is the price for farms really worth from $100 to $150 per acre. Hitherto the names of the streets of the thriving city of Glouoester, Mass., have ex isted only in the imagination of its inhabi tants. Bince July last a committee has been at work .aming the streets. When the work is completed, 226 streets and courts will have been named, and 800 signs put up to designate them. The houses will then be numbered, and letter carriers commence their rounds. Over 4,000 Chinamen are employed seo cigar makers in faotories cf San Francisco. Their weekly pay ranges from $( to $12. One firm employs white g'ils who receive from $9 to $12. Most of the manufacturers are willing to em ploy white boys and gir's in place of the Chi arse workmen, if they can gettbem; but white men are not to be had at figures low enough to make competition with Chinese labor posei hIs, An iron monutain, 10 500 feet high, and rivl ailing the famous iron mountain of Missouri, has been discovered in Colfax county, New Mexico. The ore is almost entirely pare iron, and in connection with the immense quantities of ooal found in Colfax county, this huge de poset of iron ore must at no distant day be come the sonrce of industries which will gather and support a large and thriving popu Lation. In India last ye sr 19273 persons and 54 8:10 cattle were destroyed by wild animals and poisonous snakes, a considerable increase that, however, may be accounted for in part by the greater aoouracy of the later set of statistice Over $62,000 have been spent during the year in rewards for the destruction of noxious ani mals and reptiles. The complete figures for the last season were 22 357 wild animals and 270,185 poisonous snakes killed. Flannel for wear next to the skin only came into general use in this country about the be gipning of the century, and is said to have been rst worn here by the soldiers of Lord Percy's regiment, which encamped on Boston Common in October, 1774. There was then scarcely Hansel enough in the town to clothe the regiment. The wearing of it was sobse quently strongly advocated by Count Ruomford. ''be Duke of Wellington insisted upon it. James Todd, one of General Lee's favorite scoots in the West Virginia campaign, was killed recently in a despote with a hoounter 'near Staunton, Va. He was reputed the most skilful hunter in the valley of the Shenandoah, having killed more than twenty-seven hundred dear up to 1860 with one old muzzle-loading rifle. lie could perform the feat of putting a bullet through a hat on the opposite side of a tree, by pisoloeg an ae blade for the ball to glanoe upon. As an evidence of the rapidity with which Terxe is advanoing, daring the year endinog June last there were taken up, noder the home stead law 4 P8769000 ores. New land taken up onder the homestead law, for actual oultiva tion, is generally taken ro in lots of 160 sores. It would appear that more than 17,000 new farms were commenced last year under the homestead law alone. Bat this is not all. There were sold during the year G40.901 sores for cash. and 137,36U0 asors were allotted on military land warrants. A Frenob correspondent says of the cham pagne vintage: "The hbampagne vintage is now completed, and the resuolt will neither add to our contentment nor our reputation. The unusual variations of weather, alternate ly fine and rainy during a great part of the summer, followed by an extremely cold tem perature immediately preceding the gathering, prevented the fruit from rileing evenly, and on the same bunehes were round grapes per feotly ripe, with others more or lees green, while some were completely rotten. A vin t subject to such conditions can yield only wins, if not absolutely bad, st least of a very medIoor quality. Tipton (enan.) Record: We have an Eng lish tarmer living a few miles from town. He has pauzu the sme plan of farming here as in the "old country. ' This easonhe bhas gathered sixty bashets of corn per earefrom anso eld Alcd that flor years ago would hardly sprout peasw. He aves all bthe manure, plac ing it in pits dug for the purpose; never burns a otton or corn-stalk; never sells a bushel of cotton-eed; spends the wet days hauling the rioh earth from the fence oorners and spreslug it over the poor spots. Ee says he can pay two dollars for a two-horse load of stable-mnnure aend doble his money. This Is the kind of farming we need in this country. Brookbaven (Miss.) Ledger: Our next Leg islatore will be probably the meet asmslmous legislati re body, as far a polities are eoeseaed, that ever met in the United States. Tbhe Senate, thirty-seven members, I. solidly Demo. cratic, with two exceptions. Of the one bun dred and twenty members of the House, one hundred mad nine are Demoorats, seven Iod. pendents, sod four redoblioass. The Inde. pendents are so-olled beeese elesoted in opposition to the rosegular Demoeratio nominees but they are also Democrats, so that of the one hundred and fi.y.eeven members of the Mis sissippi Legislature one hundred and fifty-one are Democrats. It ise probable that the celebrated KreppRun, with which the whole of the German artilery is at preeont armed will be superseded before very iog b. another weapon. Expertment Spandau with bronze steel, prepared by the Uobatius method and these have been so aro ceesful that the lsaector-Oenerel of the Ger man artillery has de fioitely decided to adopt "t as a material for the manuts ture of ordi vmnce; and, in the first instanee, has ordered several siege goes to be made of the new com pound. Toe construction of these guns is looked upon as the first step toward the com plete senbstitution of bronze steel for steel ordinance in the German army. Catholie Total Abstisence Sooiety Items. 7 he State Unlon meats next Wednesday nght. Merers. Wm. heridan and T. J. MoCuliem, were electedDelegates to the State Union by St. Joseph's Society last Sunday. in the list of nfleers of the New Orlenas Catholic Total Abstiaeao e Soclety for 1t78, as published laes BSunday, that meet important of all ofoosrs, the Treasurer. was left ot coldoentally. We need hardly state that the members showed their wisdom by K22atinalltmanumuusly-ud Olinl usulJll,, sad gentleama who has se efBoiently Slledthe peltion from the orgniasation of the Society till now, Mr. Thomas 3. Brown. None sell better, none sell obheaper than Twomey. Large variety of fancy paper bores, at Kirk patrioito, 810 Magazine street. Mr. W. B. Ringrose, 172 Camp street, is selling furniture at great bargtais. Writing desks, portfolios, mosio folios, work hoxts, at Kirhpatrick's, 610 Magazine street. The membl,ers of St. Alphoness Asylum Aaso i ation vi i meet next Sunday to elect a Board of Managers. t`ea ltie!al notice on fifth page, Mr. V. Biri has a splendid senortment of toys and biket war of all descriptions at his stores, I_. 413 and Std Chartres street. See advertisement else where. Though the sales at G. J. Wagner's shoe store, corner Diwphlne and Urusline streets have been immense during the past ten days, on account of the cheaplnes and excellenee of his goods, he has still a fall supply on hand. Persons in search of suitable artioles for presents should call and examine G. W. Wetagari's large setck, etSI Chartres stress, near Blenvlle. 10,000 presents for the little ones are to be slaughtered there says his card in our advertising iolumne. Go to Twomey's-the beet is the cheapest. House keepers-will do well to call on M. Iogan & Co., 637 Magazine street, for their tea and ooffe. Every one wants these articles pure, and this is an old and reliable house, whose goos are always of the beat, while their prices are as low as any in the market. A lady of our acquaintance who had been suffering for some time from a severe attack of rheumatism, was cured in a few da3 s by Jurglielewices anti-Bheumatio Mixture. The care was effected by less than throe-quartersof a bottle of the mixture. The medicine is for sale ty all dnuggists at $1 50 a bottle. Samples of prices as Levy's, corner St. An drew and Magazine: Calico; good quality at 4i cents. Tee beat a toscts. Heavy unbiesohed Canton FIan el at tl cents. Louodale white oottoen at ej cn s. It-4 Brown sheetleg at 17t cents. l0oS blesehed seouoeg at 90 cents. Prayer books, lace pictures, beady, scapulars, etc, at Kirkpatrick's. 010 Megs. no nreet. The second complimentary exhibition by the pupi's of Prof. B. A. Blake, will be given in St. Michael's Hall. Annunciatlan Square, next Priday evening. December LSth, at 7:3) o'clook. His Grace, the Meat Bev. Atchblahop, will be present on the com. sion. The programme promises a rare treat to those who may be so fortunate as to secure tickets of ad mission. Layer raisins, ourrants and citron at Twomey'e. Mr. Philip Werleln's magnifioent store, 135 Canal street, Toaeo Buildings, mutt prove a centre of attraction to adl strangers who visit New Orleans during the winter nonths as be has there a splendid stook of the finest pianos made including the Chicker. ing and the ardman pianoso. Etey and Mason and Hamlin's organs, and a full assortment of other Instru. ments, strings, sheet music, etc. Hla prices are vely moderate. Twomey has just reoeived a fresh line of groceries. Special attention is called to the card of H. P. Buckley, Elq , the well-known dealer in watbhes, Jewelry, etc ,whch we publish on the fith page of to. dais rea. Mr. Buckley'" elelgant store, No. 0 Camp street, between the ladles entrerce to the City Ilotel and Canal street, tas ever been pcpular with both reiidenls and visitors, from the fact that his high character and seanding to this community atlord a guarantee to all purchbassr, while his atrck is complete in all particulars and his prices moderate. Games, puzzles, pooket knives, pockot books, at Klrkpatrlcke', 610 Magazine street. K. K. K.-Our friends, the Adams Brothers, areus no letes akilfl in attracting publc attention to their stock than they are in securing the beetof goods on the mest advantagseue terms, in deisplaying them for inaspection end in disposing of them at prices alike satisfactory to themselves and their legion of patrons. As an evidence of thIbs, we dtrect attention to their K. K. K. advertlsemeit elnswhere In our columns which, ones seen, e it cannot fail to be, must so interest the reader as to compel her to read it carefully over auto the last word. When this ageeable task shall have been iluished the reader, we re smore, will sree with us in the opinion that Eria Krlngis'l Katalogue numeratues the very presents desirable on these hard times and will no doubt make it a point to call at 594 Maaazino street, tbhe first thing Monday morning. Krls Kringle's Katalogue will be found on pa' five. head his meesage to . H. Adams & 1Bro. Goods at a saorifoe at Levy Brothers', 5, Mgsazilne streot, cornerof St. Andrew. Figs, grapes, almonds and pecans at Twomeys'. BBUMbIAN LO8Ud8 AND GAIN& The Kolutsece Zeftug, on information received at Moscow, publishes the follow ing statement rese ting the losses of the Russian army, and the trophies *bleh it has taken:--"The losses were, down to the middle of Novemaber, 67,308; among them 14 generals, 1 Imperial Prince, 4 Princes of the House of Rurik, 1 Persian Prince, 6 Russian Prinoes, 12 Gruailaso Prioees, 16 coaunts, and 21 barons. The Turkish pris oners number about 44 000; among the-n are 16 Pasuha and 500 sfleers. There were also taken 701 gnns, 200 standards, 2 moni tora"-of these, by the way, the Emperor is going to make a present to the Prince of 4 cumania ast the end of- the war-"and four steamers. The valse o the ooy in ammunition and provisions amounts to 14, 000,000 roubles. The above report does not include the prisoners, guns, etc., taken at Kars and Plevna, nor the losses of the Russians in the operations Immediately preceding those I two events. A Scotch nobleman one day visited a lawyer at his offlee, in whihob, at the same time, there was a blazing fire, whiobh led him to exclaim -'Mr. - .your odioe is as hot as an oven.n "So it shculd be, my lord," replied the lawyer, "as it is here that I make my bread." The reputation of Mr. Leon Godbhaux's mammoth clothing establishaeat. 8t sd 83 C Oal sNeet, for good, stylh ad well-made clothing at low I prices, extends throughout the Seoth-west. When such a house, therefore, aneounces thait will close out Jitsentirlstwe of ready made clothing, fIralshlg goods and b'es at the lowest pr oes ever sold in New Orles.s" purchasee may well oxpect to secure very good bargpins. Another proof of the enterprise of Mr. Godchaux is found in the faot that he succeeded in getting the contract for fmrnishing the uniforms for our poIleo, and. we undertand, hasalso received orders for the outfits of all the companies of two of our militia regiments. Read advertisement on fifth page and give Mr. Godebanx a call. FoR Ta BoLoDAYS.-In our advertising columns our enterprising young friend John 8. Toomey, Rsq., calls attention to his fine stock of groceries which includes every article desirable for the prover bist Christmas dinner, and for the msanifathre of the good things that all expect at this season of the year. Mr. Twomey has tallt up a splendid city trade during the short time that he has been in business, and is now receiving large orders from different sectiouns of the country, notably from along the Jacksheon Railroad. These faot constit to a fine tribute to his methods of doing businees and to the excellence and oheapnees of n him, opposite Magasine market, for wha. ,uu ner, St. Geor_ ' Young Men's Benevolent Asue olation will . e a Dramatic and Musical Entertiln. ment next luursday evening. In St. Mary's School aell, Constance street, betwee n Jackson and Josephine streets, for the benefit of St. Mary's School, Admisson 53 cents. Curtain rime at 7:30 P. x. GO to Twomey's for Christmas supplies. JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, IMPnrroEx AND DELE IN Carriage, Wagon and Cart Materials, springs, Axles, Bolts. Ready-Made Wheels, Buggy SBodies, Wood Work, Trimmings, PAINTS AND VARNISHES BATVEN PATENT WRERL, Agent for the Celebrated BLAOKSMITH'S FAN BLOWER. Carriage and Wagon Maker and Repairer, - rSleerooms and Factory - Noe. 43, 45 and 47 Perdido Street, Near Caroudelet Street. det3 17 ly saw OCLsoaW. a. CONaBT. a. COseBT, Jn. E. CONERY & SON, (Established in 184t.) WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MEBCHANTS, AND Dealers in Western Produce, COONZB or CANAL AND DELTA STRInTS S4o 77i iy saW oRLuMw. - ATTENTION ! Families, Individuals, Everybody. DO ANY OF YOU WANT FURNITURE AT A ( GENUINE BABGAIN I If so, call at my establishment, 172 Camp atreet, and ook at my stock and ascertain my prices. I know I can satisfy and seli to you, if you wish to buy and will call There is nothing In the Furniture line that I do net have, and of the very beut quality. W. B. RINGROSE, sl5 7'7 ly 172 Camp street. 1878 ARRIVED AT LAST. 1878 ILLUSTRATED Catholic Family Almanac USEFUL AND INTERESTING AS EVER. :S cents each, or $2 50 per dozen. WANTED-Bix Canvassets to distribute. C. D. ELDER'S CATHOLuc AGENCY, dal6 lm 78 Carondelet street pHILIP ANTONI, CATHOLIC BOOKS AND STATIONERY Corner Josephine and Constance Btreets. I wish to inform my friends and customers tlat I haove rsceived a lot of fine PRAYER BOOKS, READS, CHROMOS, LACE PICTUREt. and allI kinds of Fancy Articles, which are suitable for CHISTMYAS PRESENTS. Pictures framed to order. mht5 Ip ly yoU CAN BUY TOYS BELOW COST A. A. BOHNE, 309.......--... Dryadee Street.. .........369 N"ea r Erato. Dealer in Music, Artificial Flowers, STATIONERY AND BCHOOL BOOKS, Silver-Mounted Prayer Beade, and Elegant Prayer Books. A large stock of Beautliful end Useoul Artll, e.it ahle for CH}RIiTMAS and NEW YEAR'S GIFTS, at p-ioes to suat the times. __ dent 135p SINGING, PIANO AND OR(GAN LES SONS. Mrs. TBtERIBSa CANNON BUCKLEY Is prepared to give inglting. Piano and Organ Lesonl either at her resldence, 185 Prieur streit, between Et. Philip and Ursunne, or in schoo:s. She has alse organized a SintinP Clams on Mondays and Thuredays, from 4 to 5 r. ar.. wh!ch afford, special advantages to pupils, de) J? tt N8flINTR UT[NDAY DECIB. 89....... CANAL TET ......9 TEA COMPANY. 89 ............ a Str ............. 89 ooNG KONG BUILDING. Branoh Store- 179 Poydrao street6 next to Carondelet, Apace with New York impoatarse wea new recely. la[ the New TEA CROP, and we be to infornt our otomern that we are the first earmn mo thi market laadn New Tas of thi years s gathering. We uarntee theeTeat Cotree mevery seullera. P1ImOBI AS LO u any hst. etu New York hoaso. We an sew lellng Greu. Blk or Mid Teor at 27j, Sao, 400, o0e, It, Ii an t11 Si 0. Tho who haro not t led our entiriely usored Boasted or Ground COFfEES, we w1nb to asosue that we would snot ailtmto adu!eraet Cof'ee in many way. We prefer to enl tIeee Re-ted only cnd not Gross, The rednelsa In priees of Roseted Coes originated in thin eolM with tle Hong eong tea Company, a Gro Lndobted to the Ilber pa re e or an apprelcilte pnbio for betng able to malntain the hih indardd of our goor d at lo e rsdo. proe. Woe8Ii RIO-G-ras. not Routed, at t Gree, very bet MqJ.lR, a oft o nelad, our famaEs Tde. at Itool BaetsI. the very bet qeglity. at 8a0. CORDOAN (geanin)-GrdoU, not estied. at SiOc Roe. at ICat P a E B IAVA (Re O Govornment, our ow Importation) oGroe. atO ete at 40t 0. MOCHA C(oerms, ear ova impetml-G--rn, at 400 Boasted. t"o. Ane eetod Cofee may e bahdrond if patiloulr eey poind of Boated Coffee is the equivo . loat of poade Glen Coffeeo. LOOK OUT PFO THE STEAMING TEAPOT. Hong Kong Tea Company. nell T77 dypr n r]eKonEg Bulding. GOOD' LIVING rot 4nn M. HACKETT, DBRYADES STREET, NEXT TO THE .MARK ET. Extra large New Laytr RAIoINS. New CITRON, N~w CURRANTS. MINGCEMEAT. Freh QUINCE. APPLE anod PEACH BUTTER. PRESERVES, PICKLES and SAUCES. ALMONDS hand PECANS. Choice GOSHEN BUTTER and FRESH TEAS. And other CHOICE GOODS. - With the Finest Imported - Wines, Cordials and Liquors. New SYRUP and BUCKWHEAT. New HAMS and BREAKIFAST BACON. PBet FAMILY FLOUR, in barrels and half barrels. And everything elee in the eating Unh e calculated to Add Pleasure to the Holidays. and aU at the LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY. N. B.--Good delivered free of charge. MI. HACKETT, ORIGINAL BUTTER AND TEA DEPOT, DEYADES STREET, Nrext to Dryades Matkee. Warties residing in the country can have their orders fIled by addree.lnr as above de Imuip REMOVAL. REMOVAL. Having recently rtmoved from crner Megagine and St. Andrew etreeta to my New Store, 647--...... ,...Magazine Street....-.......647 Corner of Jackson (P.oneer Row). I beg to announcoe to my old patrons and the public in goneral that I shall continue to keep on hand a complete setock of PURE AND FRESH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRUGS ANL OHEMIOALS, PATENT MEDICINES, MINERAL WATERS, ETC. Also. a full arsortment ef Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Constitutlng a fLret-ctie Drug Store. Physicians' PresAriptione prepared with CARE and PROMPTNESS at ALL HOURS. Thanking my ol0d patrons and the Medical Professlon for oonfidence beetowed heretofore, I respectfully solicit a continuance of the rame. ESTABLSBDp D 11iS. CHARLES SIMON & SONS, 63 N. Howard Street, Baltimore, Md., . IMPORTERS AbND DEALERS IN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Would reapcotfnlly call the Attention tf Jnltitotiona end the public to their extensive stoclo Black and Colored SERGE8, NUNS' CLOTH. DIRAP D'ETE, BROAD CLOTH (beet cotton warp and all wool), Linen cnd Cotton nHIRTING. SHEETING. P!ILLOt CASING. BI.ANKETS, TOWELS. TOWELINGSB , NAPKINS, D':ILIES, TABLE CLOTHS, TABLi LINEN, eta., etc As well an to tho;r groat variety of DRESS GOODS. EMBROIDERIES, LACEs, CORSETS, LADIES' READY-MADE UNDERWEA., GOODS for BOYS' aud MYE'S WEAR, eta. Also to their DRESSMAKINO DEPARTMENT. CLOAKS, DRESSES, etc., made to order promptly in a enpenor manner, and In the laltet etyla. at mode, at rate. Orders solicited. Runee for eelf-meeu:r. ment, nnd eamplen or materiehl, with eetimctae e1 ost, ,ent upon application. An our Goods are purehased for cash. from the beet souroe, we can offer them on the most favorable terme_ AU orders, amounting to 550 or over, will he sant free of freight charges by Expreee hot nrtlos whose orders a not cooompanled by the money, ed having their goods sent t. 0. D., murt for the roturn of money. feld 77 lyp Dr. J. 8. MALONEY, oer of Josephine and Camp stxeeat, nar Nagazlne Market. renpeotruilyinforms his patiente and the public In general that he 1i perfming all operations apprtanintug to hie profeaelon in the muse sieentific manner. Artlilotl teeth Inserted, with or without extrctlng the roots, on a new plm. Old seti of teeth remodeled, and a perfect adaptatlon aecured. Teeth ettrcoted without, pain by the ue of gau or chloroform. Chnrgee within the rench of cII Jnl4 77 yIJp IR 23 18" Established Sept., 1872. The First House in New Orleans Dealing Exclusively rg Tea1-Coffee and cSpicesý TEA. JUST RECEIVED AT TEK Great Original China and Japan TEA HOUSE, 637-------- AGAZINE STREET....... 637 NEAR JACKSON STREET, - (Sign of the Steaming Boat), M. HOGAN & CO, PROPRIETORS. The largest and rJot compl:te stock of TEAS, TEE FIRST PICKING of this year's growth, ever reoelved by any house In the South, which we will sell at OUR USUAL LOW PRICES. OOLONG, black, 35, 49, 5o, 6). 75. Beet ever imported, ti per pound. ENGLISH BREAKFAST. black. 50, 60, 15. Best ever Imported. Ii per pound. IMPERIAL, green, 33, 40, 50, 60, 5, " 1, $1 49. Beet ever Importei, $1 40 per pound. GUNPOWDER, green, tO, 73, 11, 1 20. Best ever lparted, 1l 50 per pound. Japan. Pekoe and fancy TE S in great variety. Speolal prices to hounekeepers purchasing ive pounds and upwards. COFFEES. RIO, good, parched or ground, 450. RIO. beat. parched or ground, a3c. CORD)VA, best, parched or ground, 30c. bIARACAIBO, splendid Cofee, parched or ground, 35a. JAVA, best Old Government. larched or ground, 400. Reductions made to hotels, boardng houses and planters ordering bythe quantity. OUR PARCHED and GROUND COFFEES are superior to any in the city, and are sought after by connoleseurs of the most fastldious taste. The above areourretaell prices. To grocers, a large number of whom we have soppiioo for years, we give quotations that will defy cormpetition, and we desire their partcau. lar attention toour recent large lmportations. SPICES, PEPPER, ALLSPICE, GINGER, CINNAMON, CLOVES, MACE. NUrMEG, ETC., Ground or whole, in boxes or in bulk; in any desired quantity. These goods are solected with special care, for OUR OWN TRADE, and are ground and packed in our own store, enabling us to guarantee them PER FECTLYPURE and ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM ADULTERATION. Our prices will be found as low as those of any reliable first clss dealer in the United States. Price lists sent to country dealers and consumers on application, and orders filed with promptness and care, No charge for packing, and goods delivered free on stesmboat or railroad. Famlles can leave their orders for supplies, to be delivered at stated Intervals, with the certainty that they will be carefully attended to Our long experIenes and superior faclihtiea in business enable nus to offer to coastomers n better grade of goods and lower prices than say other tea boure in the outlh. Since we commenced busienes Lore in ieff, estab. lishing the FIRST TEA 1OUSE in the city. It has been our nim to msake the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST RICES., the feature that should distinguish our establiehment from all others; our trade mark, so to speaks and car constantly inareasing business and wide popularity prove that we were right In believing that a sensilble and disoerning public would certainly go where they could get the MOST and BEST FOR THEIR MONEY, combinsed with that courtesy and fair dealing which treate the child as wellas the meet cautionue adult. Our trade having augmented largely durinog the past year, we have been obliged to enlarge our store and add new facllities for the prompt execution of orders. Thankful for the liberal patronage received in the past, we bag leave to assure our friends and the publis that we shall continue to supply all who favor us with their orders with the FRESHEST, BEST and CHEAPEST(cheapeet because the best) gouds in the 8outh. M. Hogan & Co., Wholesale and Retail Tea Dealers, 637........... Magazine Street...... ......637 dr9 6t 3W OSLKAla OHRISTMAS, 18777 25 CTS. WILL BUY AT WALSBE'8, tle 'Lundberg" Porcmsrov. a bex VlokLe -'= Bake G0 oTo.. .' Soep, bar e Porad a olLL Cuffs two Lln.Collars. oranNa5OLtkCoobi.. 50 CTS. WILL BUY AT WALSRE8. or wrelots, a pae t· o bot-r ai OiL Pomade. teas "Cronm " Too slra Bru" i, BHalf-Hoee, Ltnea Cellars and Cuffs, an h _- uoeful articles suttabl for preseonts. 75 CTS. WILL BUY AT WALsRag. Your ohoice out of twenty varietles of new ianst at 75eeBtaeeb; a very stylitsh searf.Pt, a ea 'Crown" Perfuoery, one of Washe'e beat Bueatk Ties, a good Winter Undershirt or paIr Drapes6 warm Neck MaoNa-. a hoice dho s a nowmeaertmm Bilk Pooketantderohtefs, a ·eoleoed blt, an* Brsh. Clothes Brash, or a Windeor eart l complete. S1 WILL BUY AT WALSHE'8. A new style aemulngte, Sir d. r. Odrea K Dellwood ecsrf. oror of the fashlesabteu har lg wedding or patV Nko a nN lebb winHeId , comfortable biht birt Glveso, liey aad oas Perfozery. $150 WILL BUY AT WALSHE'8, A white Dess Shirt and Collar, six meodWnterl a pair o Kid or Cator Glove. hlf4osr l A la Le or a doss L a ILL, Ca nA .-aw of the nobby and m the same mes "aueleU j e " a, a par fo Sleeveu dtteas or sew 1lo ink., s gas Jaoket. a r Plass unsereir t Drmwms,a lt of Meorino Undargamnt. or good arl - s. bre0'e. $2 or $3 WILL BUY AT WALSHE'S. A good Cardigaa Jacka.t, a flue Oob aAd Brouahw i other uselll toilrt articles. a fne glghamn uelnlsa, a hendmome pair of Suependers. a large milk Smhe.. chlef (elegant presente for adles), box ehioe opa fnmery good Pocketbook. a d0Ho f thoe betc , or haf-.denmn new Jle OCuffs. $4 or $5 WILL BUY AT WALSHE'S. A good silk Umbrl s. a box of atsorted Crown Cella (very choice), a Bor's nice lut (Any age. 3to l2er Uhild'a warm tmero,)at half dIcen mlk Handkerchlef. balldosen good Drawers or Undersirts. a dmes buet Enwish Half.Hoes or half.doses best Merino. a ftinee it meler, or a very elegant omblrodered weddingorpmy Shirt. CLOSE BUYERS CALL AT WALSHE'S. Io add;tion to the above partial lst of isefhl md suitable presentos ae utol lines 0 tofe Shirts. Under. wear. baodsome Silk Umbrelas and gentlemn's new tileeof Jewelry at popular prices. Atenton as ic alt to the new arrivals of GENTLEMEN'S DRESSING ROBES. omprsbng, a tbhi assortment dors, nothing but now tood (rno o oo l erm Ist easton of the chiceset raterleis and elegantly triMnmed. d expreuly for see Christmnsa times. This liee of beos embrese nIl qulitrse from medium to the fnet made. and are :e ed at fair prlooe Between now and the ead of the Holiday Reaon we will have the etok' constantly repleniohed, and th -ssnruao is extended to our friends that WALSHE'S, 110 CANAL STREET, willoffersuMh ndnoementsln newgoodsand rqasonab'o prices s to receive their prl approvald atmke business Lively. Uall and examne goods sand prloe, as It will not be rensidered a uouble to walt on cestomers. B. T. Walshe, 10 ............ Canal Street........ 110 der l m5p Nnar t. mChrres " BRIOCIAIoL 1w001Ie " wlnl allay EIrritattloa wheih Indrces poouartbio . nd'givees me. dlate relief in oa ropehls. Catarrh, anfluonsa, hearme nees. Sore Thros, and Cn umeptiveo and Asthmatlc CoIN mplnts. TbheeBroehlsl Trae' have been stedily wtnwlnnn their way Into public favor, untll tbhey are ko no ad sed nearly el over the wonird dpI fisp =3UILTs. mLWAX . m On MONDAY, November 26. Ib77 we shall be pre pared to offer the OF L.OEGNST ANtD DOMST ZTICSBIV LICS Black and Colored Silks ever placed in this market As the goods will be offlered j an Enormous Reduction on Regular Prices, purchaers can now avail themselves of XTRAORDINARY BAROGAINS. D. H. HOLMES, oo4. T.7 lyIp Nos. 155 Canal and 15 Bourbon sta. CHANGE OF BUSINESS LOCATION. We take plcaure In Informing our customers srd the publlo generally, that having leaaed the eleget store at the Corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, (Touro atildinos), row underLooieg such Interio ILteratIons se will make it ore of the FINEST Dry Goods Estarblishmoents IN THIS OITY. We shall occupy the same on or about th Ibh os September, with a MAGNIFICENT STOCK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FABRICS, Holery, Notions, Corsets, Coarpets, Matting', Window Shmdea, Curtains, Corniees, RUBs. Dlruggete, et. B. & W. CRONER, 147.......... Canal Street........... 14 WANTS--FOR RENTS--ETC. w work Prooe 6150 D.'30 LUCIiPadYP $la . ST. PATRICK'S HALL FOB RENT FOBr BALLS, COOCER!F5'2bD Alb, ! St. Petrlkoe Hall, the LARGFST AND yiEf - HALL Ir THae CITY, wrll be reted, by ti 3Lh on longer, on reaoonable terms, for CONC33 DAIr.S, LECTU.I8, YAI ad IHINITIOS'. yor CHARITABLM E2ITEETAINMT, wlrtth dlatlnction of cred, the allt will behoted at ALl Apply at HISELNIA INIUHANCE OOIPANT. east It o8 N. Ir OsP e.stat.