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ite Regulations at Oar Churehes. 3sDEMPTOE!ST CHEBORM. ss'-FirP t kMas 5:30 d'eleek aseond b s or l .,is s"ea enei s a.. Iwu' .senpliea (Oers) -Vltrat Mama. Ug'dskb scaeootd Maa asd abut lSens, at 8 mat St. A8lpheus'. Dear de Boaedo (k (1I s).-First Mama a s i "eaek r ag sads dsa at o10 o'okclk; r me. aa alean ite 5s30 r. at. g8, JOHN THu BAPTIST. Massa at 65:0, 7 and 8:01; High Mass and seemes at * eobek i Vespaer at 4 . n. . e~__Txr CITG CK(0H ...A-. . ssaemsat 6 and 7:30; HIgh Mass at 10 I 9wpi Tepata t . K. " ST. T!nE1BA's. SMasses at 6, 7:30 and 8:3D; High Mass and . n ast 10 o'oleok. Wek das-Mass at 5:30 d ST. PATRI'S. MaUse t 6b and 7:30 o'clock; High Mas sad uB at 10 o'clock. Wek days-Msa at a md arn. 0 OF THU IM ACLIATE CONCEPTION. (Jinus'.) Masses at ,. 5:30, 6, 6:30, 7 and 8; High - J sad IS~mon is 10 O'clock eenpas, sermse ssedeteaa at £7 P kd ys-M at , 83, a. a.3, 70 and 830. ST. JOSRPN'S (LAZARISTS'). Masses. at 5, 6.7 and 8:30; High Mase at 10 'olook. Week days-Mases at 5 30, 4 and 7. ST. ANNE'. ases at 6:30; High Mass at 9.30; Vespers 10. ST. PNTZR'S CHURCH. sase at 5:30 and 7:30. High Mass at ST.MABT'S (ABOCBISHOP'8). Masses at 5:30, 6, 7 and 8 High Mass at Se'celes'. Vespers at s o'elook. CATIDRAIL. 'asses at 6. 7, 8 and 9. High Mass at *e'clook. Vespers at 5:30 P. M. ST. AUGUSBTW3E'5. at 6 and 7:30 o'olock. High Mass 9U e'elaek. STN.TAM OF MARY, ALGIERS. Masses at 5:30 and 7. High Man at 9 clbdock. Sudsy'hool at 3S,0 r. ., followe. by 'seicttls. at 431s. Bsiters of St. Joseph. is no institution in our city more de g of patronage than that of the i8sters Joseph, the mother-house of whicoh is in Orleans, with a similar establishment at .Louis. Indeed the two sohools form , for the pupils of the cfty are taken to y daring the summer months to enjoy urea of the bathing season whi!e par theli regular conrse of study. The 81s -Sb.oaeph combine the love of a mother e.-e atentions of a teacher, while their presence among the pupils, at reorea bl sand in dormitory, creates a home and a filial deportment consoling to and advantageons to the scholars. er feature cf this institution sf the ad to the prescribed course of study of work In all its varieties, from plain to the most beautiful golden embroi , and all without extra obargre The oost lion Is very moderate, about twenty dol a month-no difference being made for g or residence at the delightful Bay St. during the aummer season, where the enjoy, long rambles in the woods and t strolls along the shore, under the care watohful guardians. " preponderating argument in favor of is their clcse attention to the reli ad moral training of their pupils. Our tion is that the young ladies educated institutions generally serve as models society in whioh they move, and hence estnes in advocating the Academies of of St. Joseph. Is as to charges, etc., we refer our to the card whioh will be found among srtisements in our Eduaetlonaloolumn. r MoCreary, of Kentucky, in his says in a simple way that the flnan tionsof that commonwealth is grati The fended debt of the State has the contemptible aggregate of only Of this amount, however, only one part is now due, and has not been beanuse the bonds due have not been for payment. The rest are not pay 894-5-6. There is just about seven amount of this debt in the State applicable to its payment. With a of 4 mills the State raised in 1877 over two millions, of which it could than a million and a half, so that its ons year is one-fourth of its total ad one-third of its expenditure, n a new State Capitol has been sos r some years, but in this condition of purse Governor MoCreary prudently, recommends that the building . Need we add that no " ring" ever that purse in Kentucky. The City's Debt. neday, a the meeting of the City Brown, Administrator of Aoccounts, he following report : erewith statement showinog bonded g debt of the eity Deoember 31, of 1p8pretiae.. .615,379 13 .................I.. 13336 49 -- - 1n 74 e38.56 3 _- lv..e. .e... . g9, 47,CS, 3 Scty of Coarrollton 46S0 I to d Soeting debt...... ...t..1091.5 91 Soet~ng debt Doem. i 5t..te ,,e, ....... 83668',77 3, ng hundreds of testimonulls as to ce of J~rgfelwiccz' AntIRhEbmsatie 1 h Is advertjaed on another p1Oge) we JlCKSON., Mass,, JJy 97. 1877. urgielealco: yonr lbourmnllo MedIoIne. said I wet a asother botIs. Belfore I eLak Itlr e aew n I can inn lk a boe. , 5.-RB more have lately bus ers that the government bee pardoned all Fenia prison. er. The remore, however, appear to be ex The sandard anounoonees that Color-Sergeato McCarthy and Private O'Brieo, who wereo am teoed to life-long penal sevitade In 1868, 1 have been relsed on tieketf-lsve. or poral ObChambers, undergoing a elmilar se tne, will be released next week. The prise governore. however, have received no Intima. tion conoerning the release of O'Meara, Condon and Melidy, undergolong enteness for com plicity in the Manoheter murder, nor of the probable release of the other prisonersa lain ed for complicity in alleged FPeante oat gs, but who were not convicted of treason, ft my or any military oafese. McCarthy and O'Brien were reoeived In London by the Irish political prionoer' visiting committee. They are wall--it look prematurely aged. No oon diton -bn-be amade ce a-ttbir-eenoeoe side of the United Kingdom. London, Ja. 9.-Corporal Chambers, the last Fenian prisoner. bhas been released. DJdAn or Vanr Rav. F. C lsmno-a.-We grieve to have to record the death of the above-named, well-known, and greatly be loved priest. His death took place at Naza. reth, near Bardstown, on Sunday morning last, whitber he had but bshortly before been transferred, with the hopes of bettering his shattered health, from the St. Joseph's Infir mary of this acity. Father Chambige was one of the oldest priests of the Diocee. For almost a half century be had served the Die cse and the people of the Diocese with a sza that was indelatJgable.-Louisrill. Advocate, Jatuary 3. Ordnery Roee qf Marr4ses er and Deats Wil, h> Sw 1' as neersed for Afty sea. Obisree vari be aesped . < a s r e o f t en e e s saei l . KERNS-OBRIEN-On Thursday, January 3, 1878, at St. John's OChuoh, by the Rev, Father Footte, Wil lam Kerns to Miss Anastasia O'Brien, Loth of this city. No cards. DIED : LJEKS-On Tuesday. Jsueary 8, 1878, at 3:30 p .. Nra. Sarah Jentt. widow of .. W. Jonte, ated mity. Mdi years, a residnt of this city for the last thlrtiydvo years. MUADOR-Januarmy 4th, 1i7. eunjamin Meador. at his residence Ia Winobhster, Wayne County. Um Born Augalt14 1815. ay he rensttl peace. KILLYN-On Sunday me.iar, January s 1878, at p o'olock' Dental tiltos, aged forty-four yeas, a native of the County orf Down. Irand, and a reodo t e this city for the peat twenty yeas. DVLLIN-On Friday, Sunday, January 4 1878 of heart di easle Mr.. Jane rwin. a nativl e of County Armagh, aged seventy ce year. AHYT-On mFrday. January 4, 1818, at about e n30 s. x.. John Fhly, aged thirty-five years. a native or Ire. had. and a rhsientolf this city eor the past thirty ALLEN-At 3.58 p. K.. Sunday, January e. 1878, James M. Allen. aged sixty six year., a native of Man ry County. Tena, for mey Sears a prominent ma.' chanbt of this city, and a member of the leae firms o Robson & Allen and T. H. J. M. Allen & Co. County Carlow, Ireland. aged ixty'lx yeaur., a resident of this city for the last forty-sven yeas. A Solmn Requiem Mass will be celebrated next Tuesday morning, 15th luat., at 8 o'oleek, in t. Ste phen's Church, sNaolcon Aveue, for the reposeof the soulbf the tate JOHN FIERY. The fleade of the family are invited to attead. L UREDENTISTRY. D]r. . ML OW. o.Y GrReO e sa. Com seetrs, nearMagaio Maca t, reeokie1ta his patients and tLhe publlo In genera that he pa ormIng all operattun appertaiing i hisprefemesion Inthe mst s t manner. Artificial teeth inserted, with or without extracting the roots, on a uw plat. Old st of toth remodeled, asd a perfect adlaptation securd. Teeth extracted without pain by th use of gas or chloroorm. Charge within the reach of all LECTURE you Tvu BENEFIT OF THE ORPHANS, TO RIGHT REV. W. H. GROSS, D. D., Bishop of Savannah. Georgia IN ST. ALPEONSUS' CHURCH. On Sunday Evening, January 13, 1878, At 7,30 o'clock. - UBJElC;-; " Phases of Charity." ADMIsMON--IFTY C3R2s. It NEW ORLEANS HOMESTEAUD A8SOCIA TION. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT, from Octeher lat, 173, to October 1st, 1bn77. Maw Osnrauna January 11, 1878 The following conlidated statement Is published for the information of the Stockheoldere Instalment account...........................0....4 934 10 Interest account.............................. 8549 90 Flee account.......................... 1,743 35 Loan ccount (repayment) .................. 3,845 20 1 Insurance (reimbursed)...................... 38 55 Premium.................................. 3 55 $79,114 05 DISBURSEM.NTS. Instalment Account..........................019,654 75 Expens account............................. 6,544 50 Loan aceount eLateal cah paid).............. 51,119 00 Inesurmance (on propertie mortgaged).......... 48 1 bSheriff 'a ooet and tase....................... 944 18 Cuash on hand October lst, 1877................ tis 77 PBOFLT AND LOSS 1 0 Ci. Premium account...................... ....5,985 87 Interest account ............................. 8589 90 Flno saoount................ .*........... 1,743 35 Inetalment account........................... 03 830:8;5 45 DR. Expeuse account.......*******..*....6544 50 e C. Buler.............. 4...3.. ,48 5 P. eroe........................ 758 70- 7.74805 Net Profitse..................................... ,8534 N. B-The amount $51 lo oS (actual cash paid) re. prenutn l73,t00 00 of mortgages. T, J. O'SULLIVAN, It tecretary and Treasurer. gT. SIMEON'S SCHOOL. The Olsters of Charity of St. Slmeon's chool re s bhppy to Inform their patrons and friends that, after having made some repaire and Improvement is l their buildings, they are prepared to reelve a few Yaoung Lady Boarders. As only a lmlktcd number can be accommodated ppliclations sbould bemade as early as poseible. S TheBoardlagehool opened on the Cd ot January, ti rekrinslppleaea hetald ble made at St, Useaa ER, 1878. Wlseng all a happy NoeTear, we invite the atka tie of the.e who by ale goods to arou NEW STOCK oP FRESH,,FIRST.CLASS IMPORTATIONS Wbich, as herntforer, we will ll at Reasonable Rates. A partial lits lo hero appendrd i DRM88 GOODS. POLONAISE CLOTHS, SILKS' MOURNING GOODS. PLArNELS SACKINGS, COATINGS, TROUSERINGS, CLOAKINGS, SHAWLS. MDOL AAN, ANTILLAS, CIRCULARS, FELT SKIRTS BALMORALS. TABLE, PIANO AND STAND COVERS. RUGS. MATS, BLANKETB, SPREADS. COVERLIDS, COMORTERS, LADIES' AND MISSES' VESTS, GENTS' AND BOYS' UNDERSHIRTS, FANCY KNIT WOOLEN8. HOSIERY, GLOVES. HA1DKEBCIIIEBS. CORSBBET LADIES' UNDER .VEAR. PANIERS. EMBROIDERIES, LAOES, VEILINGS. BIBBONS, RUCHINGS. N]ECKIrS. COLLARS, CUFFS. SETS. FANS, PARASOLS, GALONS, FUR TRIMMINGS, NAPKINS, DOY LIES TOWELS, .TOWELI.IGS TRAY CLOTHS, LUNCH CLOTHS, TABLE MATS. DOMEbTIC LINENS, and other articlee usuaUy kept in - FIRST-OLASS HOUSES. E. H. ADAMS & BRO., 594........... Magasine Street............504 On the Equare above the Market. N. B -As we do not deal in "Bankrupt StekL," "Damaged Goods," " Auction Goods," or "Job Lots," purchasers can rely on getting perfeot goods from as, and our light expeosse enable nu to sell on a very, very eleom margi. It GENUINE RED RUST PROOF OATS, IN LOTS TO SUIT PURBOHAOES. For sale, at lowest market prieo, by J. T. GIBBONS & CO., GRAIN DEALERS, S7, 53, 61 and 3 New Levee street, It Corner Poeydra, New Orleans. WESTERN PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS. Sheehan & Henderson, COMMISSION MIBCHANKST AM DLEnO nM DRY BALTED MEATS, BACON, PORK, LARD. SUGAR-OURED RAM, FLOUR, CORN MEAL, ETC. 97 ............ Poydmre Street ............ 97 je13 lm O. K. Byrnes & Bro., 77 and 79.......Poydras Strect.......77 and 79 Have been appointed our agents for the sale of ar well-known and popular White Wheat 0. . WHIB KEY, as also for our several other Standard Brands. Our Whiskies can be shipped dircot from our Distil lerle to all purchasers. We challenge the production of a parer article. JAS H. O'DONNELL A BROS., Nelson County and Covington, Ky. OPINION OF AN EMINENT CHEMIST. This ie to crtify that I have mode an sanalyeo of the O K. Whiskey menutctured by Jae M. ODoanell & Bror.. and that I inod the em to be of Moellont qual it:, free from fulu oil, or any other deleterioenoub ao.. and well saied either an a beverage or for mdical use. E. . WAYNE, Ph. , ChOt. Covington, Ky.' April 19, 1td7. ,ill In SPECIAL NOTICES. OrIes Or NZW ORLEANS HOEnSTZAD AB SOCIATION-lls Poydras as.et, earner Camp.-New orleans January 1th, 1878.-The Stoekbolders of thia Assmolalha are herebynoeided that.l n acordano with the Charter, the ANNUAL ELECTION fora Board of Directors will be held om MONDAY EVENING, Jan. ary 14, 1878, at 7 o'olock precisely, at the ooe of the -Aselatica, 116 Pojdras street. An exhibit of the previous year's bulneas will be read for the inaorm. on o. the Stcokholdere JOHN T. GIBBONS PreasldenLt. T. J. O'SULLIVAN, Secretary and Treasurer. Jal3 It BRANCH NO. 9, IL. B. & M. A. ASOCIATION. The postponed regular meeting of this Breach will be -eldon UNDAY, the 13th Lnes., at I F. u. Punctual attandaoe to request*e. All former members of this Brach are invited to attend this meeting. By order TLRBECE O'BRIEN. President. JAB. P. . GA AGUEII. Socretary. It NEW ORLE .S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI. NENCE ASSOCIATION.-The regular monthly meet. lug of this Associatlon will be held THIB (8~adsy) EVENING, at 6.30 o'clock, in the Morning Star Hall, 116 Psydras street, corner Camp. As dnal action will be taken on the propesod Hsw Constituilon at this meetirg, every member is requested to be prosent. Gentlemen wilbing to join are Invited to atend. THOS. G. AlI'EL, Preidont. D. H. BUCKLEY. Secretary. It ft. THERESA'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABBSTI NENC BOCIETY.--Tbe regular monthly meeting of tbhis oeiety will be boheld THIS (Sunday) EVENING, January 13, at 7j o'clock. In Bt. TLereesa's Hall, Erato street, between Magaiune and Camp. Gentlemen wishing to join are tvited to attend. H. I. GIFFZEY, President. J. J. O'CONNOR, Secretary. It BT. PETER'd CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE Socelty.-Every member of this Society i. requested to be present as the meeting TO-DAT, umday, at ba.past It e'd . The eleet of offieese etdseer impeat beaeas will be tsmansste. MCf3#·jsi 1 -w I The speoial attoatlon of honeekeepere Ia requested to our CELIBRATED lAMILY TIL, at sOo per lb. These who bare not yet tried It should call and ot OILEBkATI D AMNILt TEA. at too per lb. amllues wishag a goad. putre and heep Tea should try our CELIBrATED ]AMILY TEA, at 60o per lb. Every sme who has used It is pleaed with our CELIBRATED AMILTY TEA. at Us petr lb, Lrj O z t02 It ia pure, healthy and daliciou., our Z ZJuLEEATED WTAMT TEA, at 600 per lb. All connousleeumrs lIke eour CELEBRATED SAMMYT TEA, at 600 per lb. The moseet seoaemiceal Tea la America for hoase heepers Ia ear CELEBRATED SAMIMT TEA, at 6os per lb. <3 g , O .O PHILIP WERLEIN, NEW'MUSIO AND PIANO 8TOR0,, NO. 13,5 .CAAZ BTRBZT (21iURO BVILDIJG), THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE MUSICAL WORLD. The Headquarters of the Piano and Muslo Trade of New Orlemo ail the Tb. aies "e W*.l." I. rmowued for Ite OY PRICISS AND A000MtTOO ATWNQ 21381 the SUPERIOR QUALITY ON ITS INSMTRUM3UTS. Al hIm Mammesh, Wmes..... Two Hundred Pianos and Organs, Ooaettag of the UIEQUALLED adi PRWrCT UPRIGHT, SQQUA- A1RAD GRAND PIANO, THE ELEGANT UPRIGIIT HARDMAN PIANO, TillE TANDARD 3Eastei e"gamans, MASON & HAMLIN ASa NEW ENGLAND ORGANS. .A f. t second-bead Plano. and Organs, at prices to sullt everyonm. rry tastrumealt eI Ia ll DIRtOT IMPORTATIOX OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, RTRTN(st, et.. I... ' , S '8 and other RABI INSTRUMENT1, g Wbole.ale and ,etall. 1.f re. to defy all compatleie. SIHET MUSIC-THIE LAR(OEtT STOCE IN THE SOUI0r. - PIANOS REPAIRED, TUNED. HAULED OR STORED AT RWASONAIL PRICER O.e.Iv't bLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXI HAO50. . . . . . . . . . .. . ... . . . ... . . . . ... . ... ... . . . .. . . . THOS. McKENDRICK, PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER, 626........... Magdine Streat..6. .....6 25 Above Josephine. DEALZR IN PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING MATERIALS, CHANDELIERS BRACKETS, ETC. AOWnt 1O3 THW NEW BEAUTY ELEVATED OVEN RANGE. PARAGON RANOGE. HEARTH AND HOME COOKIGO STOVES, for Wood or Coal. MIXED PAINT, BRADY FOR USE. HOUSE FURINISHINO GODBS, T20. o Country orders wll receive prmpt attention low prieso. Jets 78 ly HOLIDAY GOODS. LADIES' HAIR STORE AND Fancy Goods Bazaar. HUMAN HAIR GOODS AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. PEzrUMERIES, JEWELRY AND FANCO GOODS of all deseriptiona. Having received a large stook, which bat been seleot ad with reat ore on my recent trip North. I am now &pro na offer ono of the meet oompleto eassrtoents thehcn eiood is thplouth and at priose uornelled by any. o the retook was purebased for east. My stock conists of a aoll line of RUMAN HAIR, in all sohde. and oGlors. Jewelry, Fancy Goods and Perfumery, LADIES' COMB. HAIRORNAMENTS G. T. SCHILLING, Between Bourbon and Dauphino, All Conatry Orders promptly attended to. sad in cause whee gorods do not prove to be us roprosoened, they may be rctnrnod, and I wil refund the money immediately. d31 T7 ly nmIp H. P. BUCKLEY, No. 8 Camp Street, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN Watches, Diamonds, JEWELRY AND BILTER WARE, AT LOWVVEST PRIOES. Special attention to Watch Repairing. deE3 lmap 1878 ARRIVED AT LAST. 1878 ILLUSTRATED Catholic Family Almanac USEFUL AND INTERESTING AS EVEP. 25 oent eachb, or $2 50 per doen. WANTED--Si CanvaYetsi to distribute. C. D. ELDER'S CATHOI.IC AGoscr, delO Im 78 Caredelet street SINGING, PIANO AND ORGAN LES SONS. Mrs. THERESA CANNON BUCKLEY is prepared to give Singing. Piano and Organ Lonseos either at her resldenoe, 183 PrIeur street, between SL Philip and Ursaline, or in sohools She has als organized a Saging CIas en Mondays and Thursdays. from 4 to 5 P. U., which affords specall a4vantages to pupils. deg 5p f m als.3- M .LR I.fs.. On MONDAY, November 1o, 187, we shall be pre pared to cfer the LARGEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE LINE or Black and Colored Silks ever placed in thIs market As the goods will be ofered at an Enormous Reduction on Regular Prices, purehasere ear now avail themselves to EXTRAORDINARY BAJIGAINS. D. H. HOLMES, ewoN 77 ly5p Nos. 1S Canal and IS Bourbon ste. PHILIP ANTONI, CATHOLIC BOOKS AND STATIONERY Corer Josephlae and Constanoeo treets. I wish to laPrm my aels and c etomere that I have reooeJiv lot oi fLee PRAYER BOOKS. B HBROMOS, LAlC PICTUTRES. and all kinds of Fancy Articles, which are csltable for CIIXINTMAS PRISENTS. Pioturso framed to order. mS5 I5ply ANDREW LEO, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, MlS AND sNOr, -eE -u .. -- TEA COMPANY. ONG KONGO UILDING. - RETAIL RIOaBB - 89...............Canal Stree..............- ) 179 ..........Poydroas.treet............ - 1 W bouarsanto our Toln fr from be e a.d / timo and suy mualolotloa walr, s.d havive ,i ' PRICIES A LOW as sny Vsit Maw-- New Yok baum. W arO sow Gllig Grosa, Blak or Miled eao aS 7jto, o. due, 60o, 70o. Si ud i 90o. OUR FAMOUS PARCHED COFFPPM REDUOOD. FRESH PARCBD ~ea. RIO to se. FRE8H PARCRED 2re. RIO to 1o. ." . NasB.i a ftw days I will spas two moes Snmeb 519 Mausnloe strt, noear 8. Mary, 3791 Dryades 1sreet, near Thalla. Hong Kong Tea Company. soll 77yp Oi ls5 Ms 0L. "anUL m nOUCmIAL TIoMLs$ w ll amse Irritatleo wbihklad~es soughitg, mad givens Imeu adit, relief l. 3remeMbl, catarrb. Ilaamm, arseO moo, Sore Thoat sad Cam sampOL e mad AsthmLats Complalats. The "Baetilatl Troebes' have been steadily winnino ther wa Into publle favor, until they are haews sa ued nearly ol over the world. del4msp JAS. KIRKPATRICK, Bookseller, Stationer, AND PRINTER. OHOOL BOOKS OF ALL- KIKDB, Pictures, Frames, Plocture Cord, PRATER BOOKS. BsnbA. BAPULARS. BIG. 610.... ...... M. alssne 8troS....... 0 SelTItYe Wear Joeseslpe E CSrAILIdtEII 515. i CHARLES SINON & SONS. 63 N. Howard Street. Baltimoreo M., JIMPORTEN IN DMALWtE IN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Would repaetsly emoll the aetMe. of JmsMll oad the pebllo to their estrasvo rl f BLet et CooLred HDROES. NSU' CLOTH. bEAPR BROAD OLOTII (best eteos warp sad on wesl Limes and Cotton PRIRTING. SHEETING U.LO OCASING BLANKITS. TOWELS TO*NU NAPEIIS, DILI1. TABLE CLOTHS, T . LINEN. sta. rtc As well sa te the r groat vayiety Of DRESS GOODS. EUBBOIDERIIE. LACES. CORESETA LADIES' READY-MADE UHDEIRW UB GOODS for BOYS' and MUN'8 WEA oe. Als to tbheir DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT. CLOAKS, DRJSSES. ete., mde to rdicrpe is a superior unmosr.sd In th ltest style. M d-o Oat rOies. Orders 1olicited. r le. for etmi.msmr mot, ud empie, of ma terie s With wl J C wt epo pphestloa.. . A.e 0oo0 0eds ore ppehomd hr efir s8 fnet.e bea soureo, we ma ofer them on the melt fav orabl tees. AlUl rdora. asoUtlng to 00 or ever, will e mat boo of freight harges b, Epreow. bet porties whIm end= ore aot eompollated by tlh mnmy. aud hring S a geod enO. .s.O.., mstiy for t0e roternee mq,. HOEY. MACON & O'CONNOR, AUOTIONE ERS, Ofile. No. 11 Caroodelet 8tret, Netwat Ctsal ad Comn. Will atteod to Sole" f Emt Estate, Vustntres Steef BNed. Sorip. aet. sd to Lbs eI gulp Meeting oef lwes. WAINTS-FOR EITS--It. po TUNING 630 MAGAZo r. GOOD wrk. Pno v. o LD.KLWO, PR P PlMr . 13T. PATRICK'S HALL ]OR RENT 7OB BALL8, CONCZIWT AND NlAZL. Pt. Partk's Han, the LaZazT ANlD n IN HALL Nz THE CITYR, wll be reled, by heuia or lsfo, a reaaoeabla tm, for 003,0RM BAL.LS., ILCTU . EP-, AIRS md l Per CBArABLW STJETAlrLIBNEM vwajl .ameies oened, the Hall will be onmed M HAI. -~sr A?~r