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t.rnha Star and Catholic Messenger. ST.
, OU rAS NDA:Y, ArPRIL 14. lir Tue. fAXdAIO OF COBHCBCHZS. Cinelannti Tele ph. Bills have been introduced in the Legis- Th L sturs of Ohio, to tax churches whose nine exeeeds five thousand dollars. This will be very pleasing to the Communeists. GRA i is a step in their direction. It is also tlow at the cities, which will be compelled is psy heavy tax, while outside the cities th e, -here will be no tax. It is a blow at arhi- di os sand all the building trades, as, of -rs, sno Christian denomination will ý---- r, should this measure become a ADI law build a church likely to reach the tax T valuation. The law, if enacted, will be a S Ikead on Christians who have built line i s-ee, never suspecting that they _ ibetxeLd. The object is evidently - ea . sas of an anti-Christian feel I5 The rich and poor have already taxed On t e--mmiles to build those churches and now the State wishes to tax them for the Se riviles of praying in them. This scheme Great was tried in New Jersey under the impres sion that the Catholics would be the chief sufferers, but on finding out that it was more injurions to the Proteetant communi- e ties the pious Jersey legislators repealed r the Iniquitious law. The object appearsto be the same as that which has slammed the gene doors of the schools in the face of the Son Table of God and His Holy Gospel. " Ever the most popular as well as the best of Batts lewing Machines, as has yearly been proved by ofeacal retarns of the number sold and by the numerous pre Wilts bibltlonea, he celebrated BG FII AIaLT MACum bhaa i8 m -ISn comes to the forefront as being cheaper than any M othar. even than thebogus imitations of itselfoffered 6. - alo nl some quarters. During the pat twelve months and the compeny have so reduced their prices as to put . their machines within the reach of all, and no home,. rs) however humble, need now be without so insetima- Tb ble a treasure. Care should be taken by the pur Child ehusers not to be imposed by parties selling mit+ationsE other of the ainger. The best safeguard that we know of The gainst thil danger. is to call at the Company's splendid who tore, 80 Canal street. where the very efficient and abili aUtteous agent, Mr. S. e. Rundle, and his polite - It si-tants, will see that you get what you wish and that day, at the very lowest prices. room One of the eost attractive places in our city G s Washburn's new photograph gallery, corner of Canal treet and Exchange Alley. It occupies the upper ot-ties of the immense building which was specially BE altered sad Atted up, under Mr. Washburn's personal diretion, to meet the wants of his business, A visit to Mr. Washabrnm ' stadio, and an inspection of the beautiful pleturea, of all descriptions and with all the latest modern improvements, which grace the walls aad fill the ases, will afford amusement and instruo lien for a day. Mr. Washbnrn'a reputation as a pho. tographer extends over the whole country, and his picture are everywhere admired for their perfection is likeeues, richness in tone and dellcacy of lnith. His price are invariably very lor, FNEr.RAL, MARRIAGE5, rTC.-Attention is salled to the curd of Coroner 3. G. Roche, which we publish in our aiverti~ang columns. hwill ta e charge of funerals and the embalming of lles. raving been raised in the business and having studied it thoroughly, the Coroner never fails to give perfect nsat isfaction. Be has carriageequal in all respects to any in the land, and employs none but experienced and polite drivers. His charges are invariablf low. Call on him at 250 and 252 Magazine street. Ordinary Notices of IMarriages and Deaths rill, hereaLfter be inserted for Ay en's. Obituries twill be charged at the rate of ten cents a line. DIED : WAURZI?-On Tuesday. AprIl 2. 11:8. at 1:15 p. in., Margaret A. vana. aged 1 years, wIfe of Thomas .Warren a native of Louisville, Ky.. and a resldent of ew Orians for 37 years. TB e to 10 o'clock . in., Caarine . wife of John sly agýred 4 eara nartive of County Tipperary, TUeO eOg ll onday, April . , 1e. at Ill . untAs -ley. Ireland, and a re nt of thin oily for the put atgof 11 and I o'clock p. m. Patrick Welwh rged 8 r.a natveof CountO Mam o, Ireland, nd a reldent W this city for the paee 3 years. THE ROSA D'ERINA Sacred and Secular Performances. The Clergy, Religious, Charitrble and Benevolent Societies wishing to arrange for the abeve grand per gesmance will please addreu e MANAGER MaCCOURT, sapl4t 165 Camp atreet. New Orleans. L DI[T - DENTISTRY. Dr.. l. MAL Y. corner of Josephine and Caom = oainar Mazineareepta linforms i patisise and the publi e in genera rhat he hefo ir l e5sratln appertalnin g to his profession ith or 1 -s.atifo manorr. Artidolal teeth inrted, ..... aeytl mneretof the roots, on aew plan. Osecued de aD teeth remodeled, and a perfect daptaton ured. 'eth extracted without pain by the a of gas or hlrorrm. Charge wIthin the eaoch of all J.0 Is8 llrp ARD ROF THANKS. HALL Beer Cu No. 9, H. B. o M. A. Asst', At the regular monthly meeting of the above.Bronoh, held on the td Inst., the undersigned Committee was appointed in behalf of this Branch to return our sinucere thank to our Marshal, Edward Dore, Esq., and his d Messrs. John yo_ end C. E Murry, for the deliola repeat and abundance of refrehment1 fur' mIhed the Branch on Bt. Patrick's Day, and laet but not leat, to Mr. Trod Giees, PorenMn of Young AdulieS Fire Company No. 3, for the loan of the Corn. - psy'e beutlful flag. They may rest assured that their many ate of kindnesa will always be appreciated and recorded in the history of our Branoh. J. P. GALL AHER, Chairumn. TERKNCE O'BRIEN, EDWAD CONNELL. Committee. pb N3W ORLEAN8 CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI .C±E- - ASOfCIATION.-The regular monthly meet nter this Association will be held THIS (Sunday) EIY NG, at 6:30 o'clock, in the Morning Star Hall, I t6 Psydras street, corner Camp. a Getlemen wishing to join are invited to attend. THOS. G. lLAPELR, President. D. H. BVCTLE., Becretary. ST. THERISA'8 cATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI NENCE SOCIETY.-The regular monthly meeting of this Soelety will be held THIS (BSnday) EVENING, April .14th, at 7j o'clook, in St. Theresa's Hall, Prate street, between Magasine and Camp. Geatlemesa wishing to join aretaitsd to attemd. w. .. GWNrBNT. weelden' ST. MARY'S CHURCH, CARROLLTON. GRAND C Tuesday Evening, April 16, at 7 o'clook. For the Payment of the Debts on the Church. A LECTURE AND CONCERT. MiSs The LIOTURE by REV. JEZBfIAH MOYNIKAN. Beth before the Lecture and after it there will be a GRAND SBACBE MUSICAL. PERBORMANC by Rosa D'Erina, the famous Irish Prima Donna. who will ealso sing during the eveninl some of the most famous PEOPI IRISH MELODIES. SADMISSION--F TY CENTS. i Easter I: STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL For the Benefit of St. Vincent de Paul's Church, Ste OPENING On the 21st of April (Easter Sunday), Tan SCHOOLHOUSE ADJOINING TEE CHURCH, Greatmen street, between Montegut and Clouet etreels. Third District. Miss osa O" In the Third District they are working with great The under earnetness tomake the STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL, regard for y. already announced, a grand success. Ladies of great exzprience in such matters have the wonderf generously volunteered their services to keep the the reclpient Tables, as follows: their nultiva 1. YOUNG AMERICA'S TABLE-Misses Barnet,t a it alley and Bryant. on invita S . ST. VINCENT DE PAL'S TABLE-Misee piece to be Battmar, Wild sad Mary Hyland. i 3. NICHOLLS AND WILTZ TABLE--Mile. . i ons a your . Wilts, Mme. L A. Wilts, Miles. DeBlano. With man, Us. Soaere Miss Mary Slumbrech, Mlle. Char.nnes an Me. 0n8en c. utu-h bPP 5. CHILDREN OF MARY'S TABLE-Mrs. Lashly, Mises Roach and Lawless. d6. HIBERNIA TABLE-rs. Clifford. Mrs. Everett W JBe a and Mrs. Walsh. Geo H EL it 7. FLOWERB8S AND FRUIT TABLE (Lea Jardinie- Thomas rea)-Misses Georgians Palmer, Clara Bamumy and John Fi SMaggie Palmer. The Tables, almost all under the management of the Coon r Children of Mary, will be also attended to by many M GriC t other ladies, who will give a helping hand. The evenings will be enlivened by AMATEURS, Ed Quin who are well known for their Musical or Dramatic W abilities. M Bn a" It promises to become the great attraction of the P Kern ' day, inasmuch as the Ball (6.x90 feet) will afford ample Robert room to all the visitors. mht4 tf P Gerry W Culli GRAND CONCERT PP Go 'F G A DTimothl l Fion TU M Roon BENEFIT OF ST. MICHEAL'S PARISH, McB It N ST. MICHAEL'S HALL, H Fly 5 (Opposite Annunciation Square,) M 0 is Nd Con USDER 7E DIRECTION Cl M P O i Prof. H. A. Blake, W Myh Wednesday Evening, April 24, 1878, H M At 7:30 o'clock. W T M Lerl M Devi is ADMISSION-FIFTY CENTS. ap7 31t M e we ST. ALPHONSUS' HALL, Denis I #e CONSTANCE STREET. W Oor P Shor FOR THE BENEFIT OF J Cool at ST. ALPHONSUS' ORPHAN ASYLUM, ENS' ad IN CHARGE OF THE SISTERS.OF MERCY, Robert on Monday and Tuesday Ev'gs, April 29 & 30. M B S TWO GRAND MUSICAL EVENINGS BY WBI 'ed ROSA D'ERINAi Leo (ROSE OF EBRIN). Boil IRELAND'S QUEEN OF SONO, ELC Os5 I Introducing her celebrated illustrations of Geo C THE MUSIC OF TEE NATIONS and TEE SONGS J Sou i' OF THE PROPO " A The National Music of Ireland, The: ty As performed by Erin's Prima-Donna upwards of One D Past Thousand Nights in the principal cities of Europe Peter t and America, and at .the Great Centennial bd 48 ibition, Philadelphia. Tohn lent Uoh Admission, 0 cents ; Children, 25 cents. Thos Tickets to be had at St. Alphonaus' Convent of Mercy. David Doors open at 7; Performance commences at 7:30. Thes apl4 't John -I .Toe = HOLY WEEK BOOKS. MT dlent John l per. T Ft A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT RECEIVED. W B G D SMALL PRINT.... ..........at 80 cents per volume Th LARGE PRINT..........at 50 cents per volume . AT EM Jams CHAS. D. ELDER'S, a or 154..-....... Poydras Street .-.... . .154 H d oe 5)41lt JobT or For Liverpool. T The Al Brtish steamhip C COLOMBO, Nob (1950 tons,) P ae', W. M. YOUNG, Commander. Jo, ranch, will sail for the above port on or about the 16th nlust. J Has superior accommoiations for a limited number of Johr ews ealoon passengers.- 1 Je stnere Sauloon Poasge ............ ...... Shis or passage appy FRENCII CO. A entsar, t or ZEREGA & CO.. Lblp Brotkers. Th The new steamer ]UPRATES ~00 to n and other set flrst.,a;s steame rs, will foll ow. apl4 3m PYug LNTERS' ArND MERCHANTS' LINE. S Through to Laurel Valley, Bayou Lafourohe. ted and Semi.Weekly Passeger Packet A .. alteam maner* M In place of W. J. Poltevent. U. D. TRRBEBONNE, Master. TOM xE., Clerk. te. Leaves every MONDAY s.t 5 o'clock and TRUBRSDAY .Returnlng, leavre Tblbodax ve Tuesday Evenin nd Snd aturday mornnl g. For freight or passege apply onhard. A Clerkw.,ll .* *th. endl.nCgevery day to receive fretch. Pays EVE particlr attention to way buslnes pl4m pONTCHARTRAIN CHEAP STOBRE. i.ls J. A. LACROIX, mlo Corner Frenchman and Viotory Streets. music ABst- LADIES', GENTS', MISSES' AND OCHILDRS l meet .BOOTS A ND 8HOE8 rema nday) Of all descriptipUonS. tsr Hall, Always on hand a fl assortment of dreteclass goods at aprice which defy competition.fore robasing * end wiCalloand eanmine my stock before purchasing else. sidnt whe; r MOTTO. ' Quick sales and small profiti." I JacksOn Railroad cars pa in frontof the.tore. The.. eting of HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR, 'NING, AUOTIONEERS, a Offilee, No. 11 Caroadelet Street, Between Canal and Common, i' illttead to Sale of al Estae aFrtree Sto 6 BedsScip se.asteth i~ell~ i Asattegofi=i:tbU. - TI *. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MISS ROSA O'TOOLE, (ROBSA D'IBRA) I U il PEOPLE OF NEW ORLEANS, 585 Easter Monday Might, April 22d, 1878, AT St. Patrick's Hall. COBBEBPONDENCE. SNw Osalasa, March 4t. 187. G Miss Ros O'TooIe ('ile Boes Drina) : at The underalgned, desiring to testify their high regard for your personal haracoter and aim ration of vs the wonderful vocal gifta of which :o' have been he the reolpient, and of tbhe.rt and skill displayed in their cultivation, beg leave to seoliet your acoeptanoe of an invitation to favor our oommunity, at a time and Splaoe to be designated by yourself, with such leso. Z. Mons as your desire or taste may suggest. With many regards sand the kfindest wishes for your sly, Very respectfully, ett W J Behan, John Glynn, Jr, Oeo H Lord. D P Mahoney, fais Thomas Brennan. James O'Hara. mud John Fitspatrick, John I Markey, the John J Murray. Patrick McGraw, M Cooney. A J Coburn, M Griffin, T McDonough, And we IBB d Quinn, F McElroy. l W J Kelly. Walter C McCarthy, below, M Burns, James KllUlea, siant d the P Kernan, John Friel, to sell i 1ple Robert 0 Davey, P Condon, toobW f P Garry, A J Dunn, W Callinan, P Trower; We P F Gogarty, James Hagan. our goo Timothy Moroney. B Kelly, M Rooney. P MoC!oskey, overloo M J Barrett. John Leathem. Six c S L McGrane, P J Donegan, W J Furnlas, A Taafe, H Flynn, P Barron, 104 M K O'Neill. H McHulton, Cord Rd Conklin. P W Mulqueeney, M P O'Neill, P Elizardl, James Connors, Phil McCabe, Che W Myhan, John McCaffrey, G W Flynn, John T Gibbonu. H M O'Meallle, 3 Duffy, W T Scanlsan M Walsh, . Al M Larkin, J Prendergast, and !I M Devaney, . J McNamara. beaut JH Heslin, M Prendergast. Denis Donegan. H H Ward, W Gorman, N Callan, P Short. T J B Flynn, J Cook. McGowan, nl J M, Bweeney, James Sweeney, Bars J P Gallagher. Ed S.Dore, obtai F, Robert Quinn, J P O'Brien, M J Hart, F R Johnson S30 George McClos key, Steve MoNamara, SPRI W B Ringroe., J P Hayes, M D, J M G Parker, JO Nixon, Jr, Leon Queyroune, Frank MoGloin, Lionel C Levy, Thee Simms, In a O Bole, J T Aycoc Lk,IN Z, H L Carriete, Wm H Beanham, BLA Ant Carriere. James Jackson, Geo Swarbrick. J C Donovan, )G Sogeron, Jae J Tarleton, Hdw Jumonvlle, Edw H Lombard. Thoe H Bandy, A Walle, One D Costello, Wm H Morgan. M W Newman. Hugh MoCleekey, Peter O'Donnell. P McCann, HR Thee Dowling. P Walsh, L John Henderson, Jr. M F MoDonough, H. Thee F Bragg. Wm R Richardsen, Seroy. David G Jackson, John Henderson, 30. Thoee Smith, W J Castell. M John McGinty, Gid L Fclger, L Joe H Kirkwood. P Murphy, wor S. M Dunn, W B Kleinpeter, John MoNulty, M J MeAdam, T Fitswilllam, Fred Zen*ge, C ID. W H Byrnes, W B Lancaster, G Dueros. PJ O'Meallie. volume Thomas Dufy, James Grenuan. volume C. Doyle. Z L McKeon, 1 M Bermingham, Thos Egan, Jr. M J Kernaghan. John G Ryan, James Flynn, William Conway, an James Timony. James D Edwards. and .154 H Gigoey, P Graham, John J Flynn, ME Hallagan. T A Cahill, W Wilson, B Conery. L Sinclair Of Z Oonery, Jr. Matt McEnerny. Robt H Bartley, H J Druhan. P M Joy, John T Moore, Jr, ender, John C Davey. Peter Markey, thais. F Johnson, Jee M Rice, mber of John T Moore John Greehban, .75p. le McGrath, Michael Hackett, Samuel MoClelland, Patrick Farrelly, streets Casidy, Hagh McCloskey, okre Thee Green. P Everett, at d other T Tully, D Gardner, mi plm B Fouoher, Andrew Downey, n E. HT Lawler, John P Beanham, T urohe. J L Moore, Thee McDermoi, Packet AB frenoh, Wm Pieroe, T J O'Sulltvan. EnClerk. w Onass, April 5, 1878. IBSDAY enc-etrs-I accept, with mingled feelings of pr1de Evening nad grtitade, the oomplimentary benefit you ar pleauedo tender me, and will, on EASTEH MONDAT hi.~ P a VEINGT , at St. Patrick's Hall, at~ord the citizens bt of New Orleans another opportunity of hearing me illustrate the eublime mnuslo of the Church and the muslo of many lands, but eepeolially the exquaisite mete music of Ireland, my beloved native land. With grateaul appreoiation of your good wishes, I remain, entlemen, Yours very respeatfuily, lasa goods ROSA D'EINA (Rosa O'TooLI). asing els ore. The venlage' EntertaJnment will conolude with a Grand Military Hop, at, Doore open at 8e30 o'clock ; Coasers will sommence at e. Stooks 1'20 o'.e1k. TIO z-r gRIgg a . pHl M -BI LEVY i O r, IEVs B;P OT E , * 585 & 587 Magazine St., COHERE ST. ANDREW. s 594.. (WHITE BUILDINO.) 135. WE ARE AGAIN OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS p Throughout Our Made ENTIRE STOCK DRY GOODS AND FANCY GOODS, And we invite everybody to carefully read our prices below, and to call and examine our goods. The con. His atant decline in the price of Dry Goode has enabled us to sell at prices which gives every one an opportunity to obtain bargains. We will give below the fabulous prices of some of Sect our goods, and trust that none of the bargains will be wor overlooked: Six Cases BEST PRINTS, at only 5 cents a yard. 4.4 Lonsdale Bleached COTTON, at only 7 oents. 10.4 Cotton SHEETING, at 15 cents, worth 25 cents. Corded PIQUE, at 9 cents, worth 90 cents. Figured PIQUE at 20 cents worth 50 cents. Checked and Striped NAINSOOK, at 150, worth £6c. Embroidery. Embroidery. All out Embroidery has been .bought t at action, and :s sold at auction prices. Six thousandyardsof beautiful patterns at 5 oents a yard, and higher. Bobinet Bars. Bobinet Bars. Only two hundred and sixty of those lrge Bobinet Bars at $2 a piece left. Housekeepers will do well to 89. obtain some of our Bars at the price at which we are 17 disposing of them now. Also of our cheap BED SPREADS, Marseilles and Crochet. PB Black Grenadines In all the new meshes. SPRIIG DRESS GOODB, LINENS and LINEN GOODS in large quantities. BLACK GRENADINE at 20 and 25 cents, worth 60c. Linen Lawn. Linen Lawn. Just receivsU. a, ' . worth 30 cents. TOIL DU NORD, in all shades, plain and striped. RUCHINGB, in the latest and most exquisite styles. LACE COLLARS and CUFFS. BAEDKERCHIEFS. TOWELS and NAPKINS. Boys' Finished SOCKS. at 10 cents only. Misses' BOB. at 10 cents only. Ladise' BALBBIGGAN BOBE at 95 cents a pair, worth 60 cents-the greatest bargain of this season. Elegant LACE STOCKINGS for children. Cotton and Linen DIAPER, very cheap. Cotton and Linen CHECK. at 10 and 15 cents. Corsets. Corsets. Real FRENCH CORSETS, worth $3, at $1. Come and see. These Corsets were purchased at anotion, and are rare bargains. Parasols, Ribbons and Hosiery Of the latest styles, and everything pertaining to a first-clse Dry Goods Store. Your particular attention is ealled to our stock of Matting I Matting I We have on hand a very large stock of MATTING, I which, for want of store room, we are disposed to'aell at a lower price than any house in this city. For instance, HEAVY WHITE MATTING at 1 cents, never before heard of, beautiful CHECIKED MAT TING at 24 cents, formerly sold at 40 cents. WINDOW SHADES at St a pair, worth $3 75. BTAI CAR-PET, OIL CLOTH, MATS and RUGB we sell cheaper than any house in this city. Ready made UNDEBEIRTS, CHEMISES and pride ) IGHT GOWNB, Gents' UNDEHRWEA, OLLABS. in CUFFS and SUBr PENDERS and all sorts of Ledlei' DAY and Gents' FURNISHING GOODS. u me Our facilities are uch that we cannot be undersold. an the Ladle, remember that the "" Cheapest Dry Goods Store shes I is thatof LEVY BROTHERS', 3r05. 585 and 587 ....Magzine Street...585 and 587 Corner BSt. Andrew. wrnm BUILDING. with a The Green Car on Camp street brings one in front of our store, and the Red Car of the Jackson street Itse within two blocks therefrom, ace at Pareosers ef Dry Goods who reside oeid of the sty wesId do well te ra tLer r te U. as we wll .................................... o:o::::ooOHoOIE THINGS FOR SPRIoNG.:: .... ....... ................. . . .... ...*...******...--"._..__.......'""" SPRING BILKS, BLACKI 81LKS....--.....----................................. ....BCK GENADINES, COLORBED LENO8L .... ..--*........................ ........FLECKED MOZAMBIQUES, ZEPHY8R.. .... --.. ....*...... .......LINEN LAWNS, MUSLINS, ORGANDIESB....................... I .-....PARASOLS FOR DRESS. CARRIAGE AND ORDINAIBRE.-..... ....................FANS, GLOVES, HOSE. CORBBTS, BELTS......................... ..........._.........NECKTIES, BOWS. SCARFS, RUCHINGS..................... ...........-. .....COLLARS, CUFFS, RIBBONS, HANDKERBCHIEFS, ET., ETC. ....OU MERINO E FOR L.......GAUZE MERINO TESTS FOR LADIES, ENS AD CHILDREN............ .......................... ....... ......... ............«................ o1. . . . . . . .. . . .... . . H.oo. A D M &** ** O**ooo .o ...........D..u. u m...........- . .--...-....--.--.- . .-------- - .... FRESH, FIRST-CLASS GOODS AT REASONABLE RATES...... l - -GZI -l;" ****--...- .U--* ******,, 594-- --------- ................. - :1.·;4; ":'r;,. . : .:.......... ........ 135.-.. .......--------- --...... CANAL STREET..............--- t--*.- . s135ý THE LEADING PIANO AND MUSIC DEALER OP THB SOUTH, OSers the Beat Tonaed. Meat ?erfeet aod Meet Durable PIANOS AND ORGANS Made either in this oouatrl or in IUrope@ at the ewa prioes and on the meet sooomesatag terms e.e t n His Stock consalsts of the unrivaled, world renowned CHICKERING, the celebrated dun and elegant MATHUSHEK, and the fine-toned and low-priced itr HARDMAN PIANOS. Estey, Mason & Hamlln and New England Organs. esof Second Hand Pianoa from $40 up. New Pianos from $200 up. All fully Warranted. Sbe This house h awa been renowned for .ti low prioea and fair dealing, and wilt ontioue to supply the world with ood and reable Inruent e moa.t rauanable terms. yp TUNINIG AND RiPAUI NO A SPCIALTY. SI HEong IKong TEA COMPANY. HONG OaNGrBUILIDING, r.w OELEAsr. tori it - RETAIL STORIB - 0oo0 a 189...............Canal Street... .--*.... 8 t8 0 AND re 179...........Poydre street....-........179 D We guasante our TIea free from every adultera. tion and any manipulation whateve and hsvoe fixed the PRICES AS LOW ase any flretclas rew York house. We are now 5elling Oreen. Black or Mixed Tes at o, 97j0, 35o, 40too, 0. 750o, $1 and 1 20. OUR FAMOUS PARCHED COFFEES REDUOED. . FRESH PARCHID 300. RIO to 250. 0. FRESH PARCHED 35c. IO to 270o. To acoommodate our up-town patron, we have opened two more Stores. at ·r 519 Magazine street, near St. Mary, to. - ND Ca 3791 Dryades street, above ,a. Bong Kong Tea Company, S ' Stepn and e the wonderful Telephone, which m eperatel the wfie apcalla tlltfor u. SB Snol VI ly' p Tf yI 11 air, pHILIP ANTONI, Corner Josephine and Constance Streets. - Hae received a large assortment of fine - PRAYER ROOKS BEADSB STATUES. SAPULARS CRUCIFIXES. HOLT WATER UOkT, OIL PAOINTIROS. CHIROMOS. Sand PUBE WAX OCNDLLE ome and a11 kinds of i0 Beligious Articles Especially for the ission, which he will sell at very low prion. Call and examine my goods before purchasing else where. Plotures framed to order. mb31 ip ly toa HORa ES AND MULES. Stonewall Jackson Sale Stables, of 134 Boronne street, New Orlesos, Consiantly keeps on hand firstciss Cotton and fig tule., broke and nubroke. Also fune Saddle and r I ne Horses. Zverything sold guaranteed a repr. LG. sned. and sold as cheap. If not cesr ton J other mhs ble. Jb Proprietor. o1ell mb101 SD or LDE R's cts, Catholic Agency, AT- 154....Foydras Street. - --14 From this central locality (in the same block with the CITY BALL) the community will henceforth be served LUGS with BOOKS. PERIODiCALS. PAPERS, BTATION ERY, and all kinds of Cathoilo DEVOTIONAL ad A.nd l.s. CHARLES D. ELDER. ABS, Postofoe Box 1034. Jas Ot ays' JAS. KIRKPATRICK, Bookseller, Stationer, AND PRINTER, BOHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDB, Pictures, Frames, Picture Cord, PRAYER BOOKS, BEADS, aSCAPLARS, ETO. 610. ... Magazine Street..-- . 6".10 id 5 7 lysp Near Josephine. COUGHS AND CIOLD. "BRONUr BRONCHIAL TROCHES " will allay irritation which indices ronghing, and eives imme n front ; ¶ l disto relief In Bronchitis, ness, gore Throat, and Con aumptive and Asthmatic Complalnts. The 'Brniehal Sof the Troe have been steadily winning their way .. pu,,,ll ..er t _h .od& 1aM 0 1 >" ~ , · IRISH SHIRTINGS SHEETINGS. We have just roeLved, direct from the beet mae* tories in Ireland, a fall and complete line of the above goods,and to which we reepuctfully invite the inspec ti onof purchasers. D. H. HOLMES. oce2 77 ylSp Noa. 155 Canal and 15 Bourbon ste. A CARD. SCHOOL SHOES FOR MISSES AND BOYS. Camp street. to examine t tet School ho. 11th of Dember adaltbooLgh ha, g - sive right to manufacture these improved soews the rloes will be no higher thee the Northern sboe we v been selling. Cm send your children to bae btdr h meaurs taken for thes elceslet aU e kis Sbool Shoes with strong, stot melee and Lt, broad beels. This Is the Arst effort made in this city to etablIsh a factory for Icbool Shoes, end it shall succeed. Oa rad. oonstantly. a large stock in the BOOT ad SBO tines, at moet reasonable prices. THOD. DOWLING, 12...... ...Camp Street.. .......2 fe3 3m5p -T. J. BROWN, PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER, 263....-...... Camp Street.......---.... Between Delord and Poryfare, raw OLSLas. Dealer in Wall Papper, Gold and Velvet Borer. Window Shadee, Cornloes. Buf, Orees sad WhIl Hollands, Picture Cord, Tassels, eto. Persoen who will take the trouble to ride up to my Splace, which Is only nine sqares from Casal sr et T will And that my prices are from 90 to 95 per seast lower then those of other dealers. Samples of Paper seat to the country, free oa sppli cation. mhb Sp ft l SINGING, PIANO AND ORGAN LES er SONS. Mrs. THIERBA CANNON BUCKLETY I prepmae to give Binging, Piano and Organ Lessona either at her residence, 185 Prisur street, between St. Philip ld and Ureallne, or in schools. She has alse organIaed the Gaging Class on Mondays and Thuedays, from 4 to 5 Red r. i.. which affords spec adetatges to pupils. ON- - WANTS--FOR RnITS--IC. p7tf 103 Camel streeet. oeaer Dmrsgadyi arotod. tob .or sa i..·* oa thek vaw.:. .,, 301 33 W hnd q05 lmjchopitSoeL w od re 'om. 75 Batn nPeters .tee, nelt Poydr a. 'ahi ST. PATRICK'S HALL FOR BENT 7GB BALLS, CONCZBT A.ND AIMRS. BALtL IN ThE CIT. will be vr.mtd by the oegh -r lget, em resaable .e. fea o.M. CJr BALLS, LZOCURwa, PA ndmLadZ L L SC b oARITAo n o l tA mWT4 ies atlaeto' oa of oered. the Ball will be rte M HAL Appg Bo0.h Pegr zn n gr ega gigge NoLnT IA THee OI O - w e .