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sIW 0 mral, IM AP AU. B. 1sas. i 15 alpm-------- YY~ " A-. 03D 01 55OI3 FOR L0Mt . In a. OmsusA.-The sermons will be by rev, Lather lameS. a dlalaguledh aas. enaey a elma o of Tyeuae, Wrano.. B. will boo s -r at gh as 10 o'ol. amea Sheb -k ,iaiday i. v on s . ao . Moda, s. Oi T. MaRc s (AeOmouIs o'n cna 'e A 10 r e a , R a. O her.O G ua. It T . m. resal e anti ue the ao 6 odm y sof ba - e talaels there will ble Yat um at d. lratl m. A a. oSeaso M n s mod an mesam atMa p a. bfbr Rbaao,5Ž., ., aN Ye30 . etb , o at m , I w r Arone o in Sunday at uS agago s. . oowBo uts.---oownrB ofn ad - ' a k-gy o tel a-?.'ebeL 's--e n otn· U1-ynf. t 7ol ok i o the o th r dy , ily St L 6 p.m. semrtevmols, Iby M l ~tbo tom pe'd. after thO t hoe. n ?A TnsCE's.-.4uI1a, at High Maishs.e OV 5l. og iO. tel r. N Tapi BT mr'a.-Sunday, High LT • 5 m' at o 10eood mnd at 4 p. o. nriney r lie (Par Noeta oi hldr n otIbr than abO p 1 Hr tOf ru-t OpCemmuams are Iited o atSo Dra rOidr 7, e rmond e a Cr a A, b kn or Tuadi. o, Wdenesysd Thursday. sad ei- do m.. in anue a.r'e Sndaes. sT10 hoolo~ , Hi IG e 4 inemoa by a" Jois ratoher; at 7:0 p. maoa E PBERoSEC i WedneRVeIngs and ma&Cdlolpon Fridays, at 7:r0. p. i.. wmy wi l[CMAuL's-Sernona on Sunday at 10 Iad tT p m. oa Tcebdey is7 p. m. rosary. h ST. FrAe oas Dr SALe-oornr t Second and Ct " -Thuodma itl 70 p. ai. sermon by ev.i- ro .8 . F id ay at same hour Way of the uCr. t bosimi's.-Sermons on Sunday, Teasday m, t sd ersly s ct 7e:3 0 oa clock. On Friday atat in ayorf the Caro ho. =erTc-Tnsday ast 6 p. m. sermon by yll "ed. to be. ti b oer. folls y Rnedlotlon. attesbae hour Way of th Coni nionto. he a. V cn.-c-r Dn PAUL, THIRD DIsTRIC.- a th ,ev.1.J. Fotter, Pastor.-On Bouday. first Ma.e at bi usatd 10, owith instruction in Frenchl, at 7:3or Svim i t ah instructi on at 10; Way of the deBed with 5re lic of the true orf a Or coan . DWe-lire t lea ao 0. rsreptlng on WOTI sd ridaYsecd tn d ea aild at-30; amol ro, by Father oltier, on Tuesdays a p.m. and in englsh on Wednediay. atc 7:3l p. lv. l. Nalin and bythe layer Boydhouse, . bareaset, dTbhird Dirot)--ae. A p orie. astar -t l M.nal hours. nglish sermon every alernate W hd e e atSb sermon s very Wednesday. as 7 p. i., ,sandhoas-, o. .1; French sermon avery e T . i.; Way of the Croes aned Benedction S at o o p. m, Ir radoanurcroN.-sermon on Wednesdy at re is m. by L. A. o es.. riday. sermon an p.mm. e. T. er. Sundays aSe i 0 e lolk rigs m at a ermn by he parish preet. Sundays at 5 n p. a.r Way ao he Cio. nedloton atir- every the he. Bolanc i.-Sundayl High Mass and sim a .t 10 o'clock Sermon and henedlotlon at op. n . Wodnoday at 7 . . Way of the Crsme. ri- m asi .t ia. seron ad thooenduton. At ll deotlrnot &aths evening therbewill hoe neration of the relic of iOa Tar Tr Coen r.-Snnday end Wedto saeyat l. p.m. sermon and benediction. Friday at t tmlue e or WAyor ther Cro n on BoY NAre oy MARY Arig oau.-Servlotrs es must ae SiysV. Rev ater olly, S. J., wil preach o Tu says and Thurdays at p.. Way of the Criosd Wenrodays tnd emiday. atn 7 y be re De w ewPTORIST CHUR tEiS. hF 8 pnowledg hisCwCrna.-Sundays and Wed Me" ose i 7;15 est.,imantion sm and ofendct-o Sldeys a p. p., Way of the Cro e and Boedlo err MAor's Aaeurroe.- The same (in Ger m n 0e as iu.ldt alphns ea t SNo at Diam De Bow ShCoUers.-Sunday. at eenay othse Cre ano d denedlothi eln Tadayi a F er-ay, the lest, n suermon andBdenl oar EVENTS IN GERMANY. THE PERSECUTION MODERATING. 6 Insreasin Power ofve the locial Dson rais German Colrrapondence Liverpool Tinms. C It has been universally remarked that the relighions perseontion in Prnussia, or, e th e German Libeals call it, the applios tion of the May Laew, has for some time past oonsiderably deoreased in sevetity, sad that in thoroughly Catholic distriote the petectuting spirit of State officials seems to be dying out altogether. The fact is undeniable, and most welcome too; but those good p ople are mistaken who atrlobute it to better conviction gained i since by the tling powers in Prusmei. Because Prince Biesmarck may in truth repent ever having meddled with Church matters it does not follrow that be is also prepared to condemn him policy bofore the whole world. Hi. reputation, his claim to the character of ae greaet maen, is dearer to him than the interests of his country. Were he now suddenly to stop the legalied persecution, he would ac knowledge his wrrong, and what would be worse in his estimation, his want of cleer sightedss. But even if he were willing, he could not allow the May Lawa to fall Into gradual disuse; the infidel majority in Parliament, for whose special gratifica tion the scheme of destroying the Catholic Ohurch in Germany was devised, would never-at lest, not under the present cir eourmane- give their onsent to suech a restrogrnde move. The observed relaxation fi the perseutton carnnot, therefore, be trc to an wso n the part of Prince tio one cand ,hnd for 11,1. his anxiety to -obedience end help for the time when the lately been condemned, the former so 31 he latIr to 4 muaths', and eotsuman is doing his sentence of 9 months' iaeareers tion. Undaunted by this perseeution, the 15 Soelilist members of Parliament bring in bill after bill for what they call the amelioration of the working lasses, while a well-organised army of stump orators boast of making wholesale conversions to the Bocial Democratic cause in every part of the country. Last week they got up a great public antl-loolal and anti-Christian demonstration in Berlin. More than 10,000 workmen accompanied one of their parti sans to the grave, at which Messrs Most and Friltshe, both members of the Reloh stag, and the well-known Socialist, Mrs. St man, delivered sensational anti thristian speeches, terminating with the usual exclamation : "Unite, ye proletarians of all countries l" Most and Auer, I am sorry to add, were once Catholics. Although the former never since his childhood at tended any Catholic worship, he sent his declaration to the government last week like the rest of his Berlin partisans, who officially announood their separation from Christianity. Materialism is the form of religion they now profess to have adopted. Although this separation is perfectly legal, and the consequence of one of the May Laws (which was passed to induce Catho lies to become apostates), the Prussian polley is trying hard to stop the out Sfowing tide of anti-Christian Protestantism. A few days ago it declared, in a public document, that it is a misdemeanor to Invite people to separate from the estab lished Protestant Church, and that all per sons found engaged in such a provocation will be prosecuted. By such threats the police are aimply fanning the flames. The King of Wurtemburg offers a favor able contrast to his northern crowned co rel gioniet with regard to his treatmen o Catholic subjects. While other kings ride ronughbshod over the religious liberties of their subjects, King Charles shows an al most tender respect for Catholic rights and customs. Here is an instance of it. This year his birthday fell on Ash Wednesday. As it Is more or less a national feast day he felt that it ought not to be celebrated with public rejoicings when a great many. of his Catholic subjects were bound by their religion to do works of penance hence the king transferred the celebration of his birthday to the following Thursday. Ordinary Notie of Marriages and Deaths tU. A&ers be inserted for flty cents. Obituaries goil be charge at the rate of ten cents a line. DIED : McENBNY--On Saturdy,. March 30. 1878. at 10 a. m John Maonerny. aged sixty-ight years; a native of Athlasky. Oounty Limerck, Ireland, and resident of this city for the past thirty years. FOX-On Friday. IMarch 9. 1878, at forty five mln utis past 7 o'clok p. m., Ann Glbney. wifel of Andrew Fox, aged forty one years. a native of (County Meath. relad, sad a resident of thls ity for the past elghteen FMUPPY-On Saturday. March 35. 1878, at 6:15 p. m., Mary Finegan. beloved wife of William Muiphy. a Snative or Team, County Galway, Ireland. aged sixty-; five years, and a reident of this city for forty-on years. MOe RRlSON-On Sunday, Mareh 3, 1878, st I0 m Mrs Ellaheth Morrison. aged seventy years, a native of the parish of Lifford. County Donegai, Ireland. and Sa resident of this city for the last forty.two years. U'LBL: DTDJETITRY. Dr. J. nr MALONYZJa oorner of Josephine end rOar streets, nmear Magealn .Msrktr .tl.yulfoasl patients and the pnblio in generl thtrhels performing Iall operations apportaining to his profesion In the ma-si Soleatido fmanner. Artifocal teeth inserted, with 01 without extracting the roots, on a new plan. Ol sit of teeth remodeled, and a perfect adaptation secured. Teeth extracted without paein by the use of gas -i chloroform. Charges within the reach of all J90 78 'y5p ST. MARY'S CUnRCH, CARROLLTO4. Fuesday Evening, April 16, at 7 o'olock. For the Payment of the Debts on the Ohurch. A LECTURE AND CONCERT. The LECTURN by BEV. JEREMIAH MOYNIHAW. athk before the tuare and after it there willbe a GRAND BACBED MUSICAL PEBFORMAMCR by Rosa D'Erina, the famous Irish Prime Donna, who will also aing durlag the evening some of the most famouse IRISH MBLODIEB. ADMISSION-FILTY CENTS. at STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL For the Benefit of St. Vincent de Paul's Church, OPENING On the 21st of April (Easter Sunday), SCHOOLHOUSE ADJOINING THE CHURCH. In the Third DI.trict they are working with great earnestness to make the STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL, already announced, a grand success. Ladies of great experience in such matters have generously volunteered their services to keep the Tables, as follows : 1. YOUNG AMERICA'S TABLE-Misses Barnett, Valley and Bryant. 2. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S TABLE-Misses Bnttman, Wild and LizzleKerrigau. 3. NICHOLLS AND WILTZ TAELE-Mlle. E. Wllz, Mme. L A. Wilts, Miles. DeBlano. 4. RESTAURANT-Mlle. Sommereaun, Mise Mary Slumbrecht and Mile. Charbonnet. 5. CHILDREN OF MARY'S TABLE-Mrs. Lashly, Miseee Roach, Mary Slumbrecht and Lawless. 6. HIBERNIA TABLE-Mrs. Clfford. Mrs. Everett and Mrs. Walsh. 7. FLOWERS AND FRUIT TABLE (Les Jardinis res)-Missees Georgians Palmer and Specnt. The Tables, almost all under the management of the Children of Mary, will be also attended to by many other ladies, who will give a helping hand. The evenings will be enlivened by AMATEURS, who are well known for their Musical or Dramatil abilities. It promises to become the great attraction of the day, inasmuch as the Hall (t0x90 feet) will afford ample room to all the visitors. mhl4 tf GRAND CONCERT FOR T7H BENEFIT OF ST. MICHEAL'S PARISH, IN ST. MICHAEL'S HALL, (Opposite Annunciation Square,) USDa TInS DIf lZCION OF Prof. H. A. Blake, : Wednesday Evening, April 24, 1878, At ?:32 o'clock. A ADMISSION-FIT CENTS. ap7 3t J INCOLN Z res AND g REMOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS O Oofe, 119 Robin street. e A ll aemuniaoeotne shoulbe d dreeeed to B ( Mhani' and TrdaS Exchange, under St. atars COeuntry erdera premptlyettended to. a97 "82 ýoul ZIL iUULL6 f 1UO L e To Uhe Presdeut ad Members ot OtieOne' ,MIeh ter" Resief AeesiatMe. a Ooelunm-I helewith tender yea a etemeet I_ the Ifuds neeeed by mehrteb ese the kie ee Iftl by tlle lA-ed r ewof the U. . dredge M emAeeI ter," t-.wlt: ,EI Prleseeeofemtertefamsentlot PeteeI'Ia _iy and DiUmatle Cluo b Third DStsrlot...S... . M. 8s to Preeeee of eatntatmsent if Ivy loeslal Club. Agier .............. ..................... 3 15 Unhrlam t Algiers MIsrrel............. 1e0 OS. Charles Theasre Ree l..... .... 9016 Donseisss Me em. amuilton tltaeartlter. .......t.. Third Diarot erf............ 0i DiLot Ir. rEoe esw oar loTbnned Di M. Ceoeaehseeryý reempte of at se a.. Cemit.ee 137711 Toa ...............................dews M·---·..OI I I have disbured. s r appeaded veoauhes ef Relieof Commlttee. e um o ............... 1 1i Leaving beiaees .n heLd o .................... $186 4 JOHNI XLZ3|JtIlgfM3PZR Treture. - At' etl M. AasaL, Ch ma Finano Com eo. L. CooNT OhW'un Aedltnlg Oo'etee. BRuJ&nu IuLLT, President. Joe. HniEr. ecretry.o . REPORT O RBLKNU' COMMITTRR. ALo ,isu, La. March sths. ISIS To the Preelddeont cad Member. If the OCilase "Me. Aleter" Rellef Asoeaicat Gentlee-Toer relief Cc mmnttee weuld reepet ftljs ropert. that In oomplilaoewith yeur instructieme. we "e cred oall dueo dillgemee to asertain theU namber of fenild lst detitnteO hy the dreadfl calamity, to relieve the waste ef whom your Aeslia lie u wa celled late exlalente. SInce eur appo~ntet we have thus far wanited aid to ightn (181families. conestilng ofa toaoal if fifty. Ia our dletributios we have conolseilously en deavored to do Jutioe to all. t1abl into oonCsideratie their eoedito . the umber cad ages of ohldren. and alt other oltoumatsnoss calculated to guide tu In the equitable performaaoe of the unpleasante asL that de voTed upoc us. Our teia diehbunrenmeste to date amout to ulneteen hundedand ix dollce and eventy-five oents 1906 73) W earnestly invite an ezlamnatnlion of the records of our precedinge by any contrIbutor ts thbe fund, auurtng them t.lt c aan cm . lson dealred dli b Soheerfuly furnlished by e Seoretary oftheC oommittee We nave she honor 1. be repel. ,re J. H. McKEE. T. E. BIGUGINS. H. T. HAITGHT. 39. KAMMRRRR, N AMAN. ED. QUIIIN, Seoretary. TO THE PUBLIC. The underlglned. havIng at a meeting of this ueasoci tlon hold March ~9th been appointed - a committeeo for the purpose of returnming thank to thoee who so generously contributed s trhe succes of our unadetak. ng, take thie occasioon to mae espiola mention of the noble young gnntlemenn comoag the "'St. Peter's Variety and DramatIoc Club of the Ethlrd Distriot to whose talents cad energ are duoe the handsome result of their two onterlainments at St. Charles' Hall, Algiere. To the ladoes cnd geIontlemen of the "Ivy Social Club," of Algiera for the financIal sucess of their "ororee Dansante." To the Agieral "Minstrels.. To Mesre. Piokles, Burdesn, and Hamllton and Pita I erelter, proprIetors of the let. und. and 3rd District feriiea for their liberal donations. To Major L Strong, of the St. Charles Theatre, for apprecisted fvorsll. To Mr. T. J. O'Sulivan and thelladiLs and gentlemen who volunteered with him In the benefit of the St. Charles Theatre. To ofloer T W. Caurley, Sof the let precInct. f.r ervicelos rendeed4 on the same occalion. To Messes. Cook A Bousnher, of the "LightnIg prlntlapres., for gratulteus printings and the propristor of tha "PrpopgasLar Ooolma" for like favors. To Mr. A. Weber. for bill poslug. To Wash. SIngLon H.and L. Co. No I. for une of their hall And to that sterling lady, Mrs. W. W. Taylor. of New Orlean. for lnetlmaolh services rendered as a member of the ?inane committee. And lastly to the New Orleans press, the Pi.cahun. Tim, Mouasreo Sisn and a Demoerato, for kindly nootice In their oolumns of the varilous entrtanmentts. a EDWARD QUINN. Chairman. M. ABASCA.L. M. COONHY. I). HABTNETT. SY. DAYABO.. . A. MURRAY, CISBTBN MAKER, No. 191 Magazine Street. ALL WORK WARRANTED o o lot of Cypree OIBTBRS, ro 1000 to 10,06 gallons capacity. madnef the beet umaterial and workmsnship kept oonetantlv on band. aid for al__ at PRICES CHEAPER THAN TEE QOEAPEST. Highest Premiums awarded at the two fast Louaisisa State Fairs, and at the Sounthern Stetee Arlcultural and Industrial Expoaltion of 1876. All kinds at Cisterns madeand re. SWD FOR PRICE LISTS. sp7 78 1I THE FAVORITE "DRY" WINE. OF Great Britain, Russia and Germany: DRY EXTRA QUALITY CHAMPAGNE, The Most Delicious "Dry" Wine IN THE MARKET. * FOR - SALE EVERYWHERE AD BT RARESHIDE d MAES. FRANK RODER, mhl 3m'p CLARK & MEADER. HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR, AUOTIONEERS, Office. No. 11 Carondelet Street, Between Canal and Common, Wll attend to ale o BReal mtaet Furniture, Stoolk Bonds, Srip, eta. eand to the no91 6m50 esntln of loorue NEW ORLEANS CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI nonce Association.--Tbhe Annual Communion of the members of this Association will take place TbIS S(Sunday) MORNINQ, April 7th, at 7 o'clock, at the Jesslta' Chure. Every member is expctaed to attend. THOS. G. RAPIER, President. D H. BUCKLEY., ecretary. It sr. ALPHONSUB' TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSO Selation.-The regular monthly meeting of this Assoea I oMen will be held THIS (Snnday) EVENING, at 4I o'clock, in St. Alphonsus Hall, St. Andrew street, be Itween Mags~ine and Constance strete. [ Gentlemen wlishing to become members are cordiallyl Sinvited to attend. D. H. BUCKLET, President. JOHN A. RUSELL. 8eretary. It T. STEPHREN'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENCE SOCIETY.-The regular monatbly mtssing of I this osoiety will be held TO-DAY (Suanday), imme diately aftter High Mas, in St. Viacent's Aeadmy, Napoleon Arveae, near Camp streot, Gentlemen wishing to Join are invited to attend. It JOHN H. HESLIN. Preeldesm BALL OF BT. MICHARL'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE 8oclety.-New Orleans, Maroh 27, 1878.-The o*oers and members of this BSoiesty are hereby notifitled to attend the regular monthly meeting, to be held on the FIBBT SUSDAY IN APRIL, at 3 o'clock p. m. Gentlemen wibshing to join are invited to attend. D. P. MAHONEY, President. - A. T. BRADT, Secretary. mh31 t ST. JOSEPH'S C. T. A. CADETB SOCIETY.--Th regular quarterly meeting of thsle Society will be hell STHIS EVENING, in St.L Joseph's Hall, at 9 p. m ' Every member it expected to be present. All youth Sir wish~lig to join are invited. l WM. GLYENN, Presrdey. 7 JERK. REGA£, Secretary. It LZR 3r 30T'HI , LI3V ol3 t s, 585 & 587 Magazine St., COElNE ST. AEDEs.EW (WHITE BUILDING.) WE ARE AeA"s OrIIZoNG GREAT BARGAINS Throughout Or ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY - OODS FANCY GOODS, And we Invite everybody to carefully read our priles below, and to call and examine our goods. The oan stant decline in the price of Dry Goods has enabled aus to sell t prioee which gives every one an opportunity to obtain bargains. We will give below the f.bnloue prices of some of our goods, and trust that none of the bargalno will be overlooked I Six Cases BEST PRINTS, at only 5 cents a yard. 4.4 Lonedale Bleached COTTON, at only 7t onate. 10.4 Cotton 8HEETING, at 15 oents, worth 90 oents. Corded PIQUE, at 9 oents, worth 0 cents. Fmiured PIQUE at 90 oents, worth 50 cents. Cbtoked and Striped NAINSOO, at 150o, worth ee4. Embroidery. Embroidery. All our Embroidery has been Lbought at auction, and is sold at aution prices. Six thouand yards of beautiful patterns at 5 oents a yard, and higher. Bobinet Bars,. Bobinet Bars, Only two hundred and sixty of those large Bobirt Bare at $a a piece left. Housekeepere will do well to obtain omeo of our Bare at the price at which we are disposing of them now. Also of our chap BED SPREADS, Maretlles and Croohet. Black Grenadines In all the new meehes. SPRING DRESS GOODS, LINENS and L.INEN GOODB in large quantities. BLACK GRENADINZ at S0 and 25 cents, worth 000. Linen Lawn. Linen Lawn. Just recelved, a new stock of Linen Lawns at 10 cents, worth 33 cents. TOIL DU NORD, In all shades, plain as RUCHINGB, nathe latest and most exquisite style. LACE COLLARS sand CUFFS. HAIDKRBCHBIEF8, TOWELS and NAPKINS. BoyS' Finished OOKBS, at 10 cents only. Misses' ROSE, at 10 cents only. Ladies' BALBRIGGAN OBS at 25 cents a pair, worth 60 oents-the greatest bargain of this asgon. Elegant LACE STOCKINGS for children. Cotton and Linen DIAPEBR. ery cheap. Cotton and Linen CHECK. at 10 and 15 oente. Corsets. Corsets. Real FRENCH CORSETS, worth $3, at I$. Come and see. These Corsets were purchased at auction, and are rare barglins. Parasols, Ribbons and Hosiery Of the latest styles, and everything pertaining to a first-clas Dry Goods Store. Your particular attention is called to our stock of Matting ! Matting ! We have on hand a very large stock of MATTING, , which, for want of store room, we are disposed to'sell at a lower price than any bouse in thin city. For instance, HEAVY WHITE MATTING at 1I cents, never before heard of; beautiful CHECKED MAT TING at 945 cents, formerly sold at 40 cents. WINDOW BHADES at $1 6o a pair, weith 3 75. STAIR OARPET, OIL CLOTH, MATB and BUGS we sell cheaper than anay house in this city. Beady-made UNDERSB IRTS, CHEMISES and NIGHT GOWNS, Gents' UNDERWEAR, COLLARS, CUFFS and SUSPENDERS. and all sorts of Ladlee' and Gents' FURIBSHING GOODS. Our facilities are dm that we oeanot be undersold. Ladies, remember that the Cheapest Dry Goods Store Is that of LEVY BROTHERS', 585 and 587....Magazine 8treet»..585 and 587 Corner St. Andrew. wmr su nU.oIG. The Green Car on Camp street bringe ese in front of our store, and the Red Car of the Jackson street ! line within two blocks therefrom, a Purchasersof Dry Goods who reside outaideof the city would do well to send their orders to us, as we will Igbe them prompt attention. mh30 Im5p .::::GAN T L NE".- .. ............... . N.............-- --------* .*** .. **4 - .- ::"::::Ms .. - "" . M 1....e. ....... . :....«..:.. . ........NEw PARASOLS. NEW BIý..NýEW [iR........ -..........- ".".................. .... ...-....Iii............Lr...... .............. ...E.....:..E...........« D..Z CTR T-OLORED ·.....-. .... - - "". ---- ::.::::..:::. - .....TO ; . TO.... . . . ........ ...................«eeoeoee .......................................o o . rn.. .. ......... e....... ....... .«.. FRESH, FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC.... - . ............... .-.reasabU a1 IdrsTRET-.....-..... ........ U.t 3.....................CANAL ST ~~E ........................ ....135 THE LBADING PIANO AND MUBIO DEALER OF TH& BOUTH, Ofer the sest Tesad. Me" arfeet a. sMeet Daeble PIANOS AND ORGANS Mae either in this eenatry or in rpeu , M oes prites sad e the meet eommoeraMg rme mer Hil Stock sonsiste of the unrivaled, world-renowned CHICKERING, the celebrated and elegant MATHUSHEK, and the fine-toned and low-priced HARDMAN PIANOS. Estey, Mason & Hamlin and New England Organs. Second Hand Pianos from $40 up. New Pianos from $200 up. All folly Warranted. Ths house aso alway been renorwed for lte low pris nd fair deallg, and wt oonU e to supply the TwolIbIG AND AFAIabIG A SPECIALTY. tamllyl S, W2oEntL Kolng TEA COMPANY. HONG KONG:BUILDING, saw oars. to - R~BAIL STORER - 9.. .... . .CanaJ Street...-.....- 89 AND 179 ... .......Poydru street......... 179 We giratee oar Tm free from every edaltere. ion a llation qw L hatever, and have fixed the PRICIE Al LOW unze·tl eO York hone. We are now ellig tOrene. Ble! or Mixed Tm at fio , 3o5, 400, oo, 75, Lt and 1 90. OUR FAMOUS PARCHED COFFEES REDUOEO. FRESH PARLCHED 00ee. RI0 to lea. FREIH FPACHED 310. RIO to 97+o. To aooommodate our p town patron, we have opened two more Stores. at 549 Magazine street, near St. Mary, AND 379; Dryades street, above Erato. Ho-g gong Tea Companuy, T Step in and see the wonderful Telephone, whlob epera, a the wiree speciaml lt for. lyp -ol 7ol7ySp pHILIP ANTONI, Corner Josephine and Constance Streets. -- Be received a large aaeortment of tine - PRAYER BOOKS, BEADt S, . . tSTATUE. bOAPITLARS, CRUCIFIXES. HOLY WATEK FUNTS, 0IL PAINTINOS. COROMOS. and PURE WAX CAIJLESE and all kinds of Religious Articles Especially for the Mission, which he will sell at very low prices. Call and examine my goods before purclhasing ele where. Ploture framed to order. mob3 Sp ly HORSES AND MULES. Stonewall Jackson Sale Stables, 134 Boronne street, New Orleons, Constantly keepl on hand Afiret-lem Cotton and ugar oul e. broke and unbroLe. Also tine Saddle and har a- orneo. Everything AId gParaneed as reTi. ated. and eold as cheap, If not C ea.Oer than ny other stable. JALES D.1k L D. mbl0 Snfp Proprietor. ELDER'S Catholic Agency, CITY HALL) the omunnaity will henceforth be erved with BOOKS. PERIODOCALS PAPERS, STATION ERY, and all kinds of Catholic DEVOTIONAL ARsTICLES. CaHARLES D. ELDER. Postoaom Box 2034. Je til JAS. KIRKPATBICK, Bookseller, Stationer, AND PRINTER, SCHOOL BOOKS OP ALL KgwDS, Pictures, Frames, Picture Cord, YER BOO tS rBuAe if In BBPU , Enchiti S..Carr._. . u ine Streetn., .or0 _ 77 Tlyp s ear Josephine. OUUGH8 ANo COLDS. "'m B BRONCHIAL TRO ,HES " will alliy _r r. Iadol t which indicea rouoghlng, and gives lnllme lt iuto r,'llef In Bronchltis, Catarrh, Infltenza Hoarse wa-.l, 1ore Throat, cnv Con sunnptive and Asthmatic Complaints. The 'Bronrhlal a Trohes" have ben steadily winning their way SInto pblicl favor, until they are known and uned nearly atl over the world. dat rap IRISH SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS. We have Just received, direct from the best mane. tortes in Ireland, a fall and complete line of the above goods, and to whioh we respecttfully invite the iampe. Ut onof purchasers. D. H. HOLMES, oce8 77 lySp Nos. 155 Canal and 15 Bourboe ats. A CARD. SCHOOL SHOES FOE MI8ES AND BOYS. Where oan we Iod good bool hoes at airueeeoia prine roru children I Where can we omad eour on to have their mea url taken for good hbeOO ahor at rooneblo prios All are invied to cll at No. S Camp strees. to e.amine She jaenSt Slhool Shon.. The lettere woe ot n Desoed the doIlgaed r he D11th 1 lbet. 1P77. andelthodgh having sheeer. l ol tIght to manosOictlre thorn iaproved eher.p h erse will be no hi te than thoe Nortihen oes wem eaourer tokena for thoe e ¢oelt calfJshk Shore, witth strong. stout oolrs pd Saro a b d heel.. This ie the irst efport mnde In ths city to eeitalr a otre fr thbool h obaes, ad o t o r llU suoeed. On band. onstnaUy, large stock in the BOOT a SHOt line, aS meot reeaunable prines. THOS. DOWLING, 12............Camp Street............ 14 e3 3rSmp T. J" BROWN, PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER, 263 ............. Camp treet .......... Between Delord and P,.j fanse, NEW ORLEANS. Dealer In Wall Papper, Gold nod Velvet 3n0,. Window Shades. Cornolce. Buff. Green and Whiti D ollalnd, PicLuro Cord, Tausels, eto. Persons who will take the trouble to ride up to m plans, which is only nine squares from Canal .rIeees will find that my prio are from 20 to 55 perom lower than tho, of other dealere. Sampler of Paper sent to the country, free, o apptl eation. mh- p if SINGING, PIANO AND ORGAN LES SONS. Mrs. THBBESA CANNON BUCKL]Y i proBse to give Singing. Piano and Organ Lessonsa ithbe ao her relidence, 185 Prleur street, between It Philip and UsUllne, or in chools. Sho has ale rganled a sJinging Cu ns n Mondayn and Thursdays. from 4205 Sr. I.. whIch affords .peal advantage to pupilo. doe SOp 1 S WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC. FO SALE. TBRE LOWT - POU LOTS 01 S Greound. wlth upbtential sheod. owce, e4t4. . doo 301. 303 and 200 Toboouarto la etree. htwee Oalennlo and rato. sultable fer Dray Yard. ast ee, lhsoksmlth Shop, Wrehoeure d var_ e e Lth , p pose. ApRly WVR. A. IE ,LOMW. , Joseph's et1. Wshln5 street, will Sad a aesh paretaer by applying at e e. L eslsaia Avo e.r 15 ISouth Peter street. neu Poydme. nmhl 7S ST. PATRICK'S HALL ion BENT 7FO BALL5, CONC2'S ALZVD PAIRS. St. Patrtok's Hall, the LREST ANlD NINT FHALL II THS CITY. will be rested, b te sIghb .BALLS, LEC. TURL .. tFAIRS end BOX rJ1 for CHABXTADBL 3RDUTEZAN2TS. wtII edtinctio of ored. the all will be rented M AL sa d T N. If O- g ,.