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ruing Star and Catholic Messenger.
sa O.1LUA . aINDAT , MAY i Ise. such native musical talent, and we trust 4 the ladies and gentlemen who favored us night will give another concert before oy weekq shall have paseed. )a the following night the Magic Well and swberry Festival, given for the same bene. st purpose, was proceeding much to the facetion of every body concerned, when y were alarmed by the sudden cry of fire. little ones were in high glee at the time, wing from the Well, as well as from the kets of their parents, and everything, no fi, would have been as satisfactory as was concert the night before, but the alarm of was sounded, and in a few moments all was hfulo, mothers and fathers running to and in search of their helpless children, but a rush for the door was prevented, and i the ball in good order, without the Mtest accident. ht drawing and festival was renewed the t day, and terminated very successfully. be Are, the origin of which seems to be so terious at present, was the largest seen Ifor many a day, and it was feared for e time that the principal part of the city Id be burned, but soon after the arrival of fremen, it was evident they were more Sa match for the flames. Our firemen de sa great deal of credit for their efficiency promptness on this occasion and for their mcaiflee in preserving inviolate the "blue on." ) the same evening a heart-rending if not I aiooldent occurred to Miss Kate, the intel at and acoomplished daughter of Hon. J. brads, while lighting a lamp which she had i a few moments before. By some unac itable means the fire was communicated ar clothing, and she was horribly burned. best medical aid was summoned to her adance, but it is to*be feared with very success. c. c. LOCA.L .OTES. Peter's Total Abstinence Scciety, will an important special meeting to day at Io'clock. dge Rogers has declared the recent elec of Directors of the Crescent City Railroad and of no effect. Toe decision will be ap ed from to the Supreme Court. a health of the city is very good, as will ion by the record of deaths for the week ng May 12th, which was : ales, 50; females, 46; white, 67; colored, 29. following were the principal causes of ha: Small-pox 3, consumption 15, pueumo. 3, malarial fevers 2, tabes-mesenterica 6, 'lsions infantile 4, enteritis 8, d sentery 4, lhitis 3, cholera infantum 6.-06. the annual election for officers of the iauna Division, Army of Tennessee, toeld Tueeday evening, the following gentlemen chosen : aident, Col. James Lingan; First Vice ident, Col. A. Reickart; Second Vice Presi Capt. J. N. Augustin ; Third Vice Presi Lient. A. J. Chaleron ; Secretary, Lient. Iding; Corresponding Secretary, Capt. . Robinson; Treasurer, Capt. S. D. Stock liam Martin, aged 27 years, a boarding runner, died in a most horrible manner onday. He bad been drinking a great Sunday, consuming in a short while in sning at least half a bottle of liquor, and, taunted with his intemperanoe, in a of bravado cifored to bet that he could a "schooner" (a glass which holds a 1) of whiskey. The bet was taken by one friends and Martin swallowed the poi ught. He shortly after sleep on a -front of the saloon as allowed to remain t ere all night. In orning he was found .ead. George Pandellr, duperintendent of Mor Texas croad, thinks that within a he will be completed to the point ill strike the connecting link with rtion already completed in Texas. Steel have been ordered already in Pennsyl and all the cross ties have been contract 12,000 having already been delivered. andelly does not think that many adli laborers will be required, the regular notion force of the company, with a few men, being considered sufficient, as all art of the road between Brashear City lousas had been graded before the a report made by the Surveyor, it ap that there are in the Avenues of New a 4237 trees growing, and in the publio 740, making a total of 4977. 1C-b trees using. Of the 1293 trees recently planted oontractor, Mr. Hill, 12,3 are dead and will grow. So far Mr. Hill has received ey from the City, and he will receive tle now that time has proved in how g a manner he did his work. His bid 05 per tree less than that of Mr. Nel e well-known gardener, and as the ape a required that $1000 real estate should be given, and 20 per cent of the retained by the City to guarantee the of the trees for two years, the Council im the controact. e is at last some hope that the vigorous of Governor Nioholls will clear the fair Sof Louisians of the stigma, attached to it the carpet-bag rule, of being the pare murderers. Under Warmoth and Kel this class of criminals, and the larger of embezzlers and robbers, enjoyed special ty, a fact which was generally attribu to the fellow-feeling which existed be n them and the two alien Governors. er Governor Nichol!s all this is changed, evil doers of all classes have just cause to bls. Already several murderers have been d in different parts of the State, and we e tbt the Governor .has signed the Violet Simmons at Farmerville, Union Pariah, on the ltUh of January. Walker will be hang ed on the 24th. Sr. Joaxru's MATY FsrTIVAL. - We are pleased to hear that this entertainment was much better patronized last week than the week before. The zealonus ladiee who have the tables in charge were consequently greatly en couraged and have continued their good work with renewed energy, striving in every way imaginable to make things pleasant for visitors. One of the prinoipal objects of inter eat and excitement at this fair is the contest between Mr. Patrick Glennon and Capt. C. C. Cain, for a splendid gold watch and chain. Both gentlemen are very popular, energetic and liberal, and as the vote will be a fair test of the esteem in which each is held by his friends no less than of his own activity and zeal, there is no doubt that the votes polled will run way up into the thouseands. The Festival will continue a few nights longer. At the City Council meeting, last Toaeday, the Mayor vetoed the resolution by which the Council sustained the action of the Admiseh. trator of Police, in disapproving of the recent changes of Police Captains from one precinct to another. The Mayor says that he can see no political significance in the changes, and that the resolution of the Council is intended to nullify an act of the Legislature, and to di est- his position-of-its executive authority and confer those powers on the Administrator of Police. He concludes: My desire has been and will be to preserve the police officers from all infuiences ontaide of the line of their duty, which would make them dependent for their position upon any other favor than their qualifications as protectors and conservators of the peace. Nor can I con sent, while hoidirg the position of Mayor, that the duties and responsibilities imposed upon me by law shall be vested in anothier depart ment of the city government. The resolution was at once passed over the veto, Administratore Cavanao, Denis, Dia mond, Edwards and Rengstorff, voting in the affirmative, Administrator McCaffrey being absent, and Administrator Brown alone vot ing to sustain the Mayor. Subsequently an- I other resolution was adopted ordering the Chief to restore the C.aptains to their old posi ;one and directing that in future no changes be made without the written approval of the Administrator of Police and the sanction of 1 ,he Councl., The State Execntive Committee of the Dem cratic Party, which met recently in this city, lecided that the next convention, which is to make nominations for State Treaeurer and Members of Congress, shall meet in Baton Rouge on the first Monday in August. The Committee also made an apportionment of the representation each Parish shall have, the basis [ being one delegate to every 200 votes cast in the last election. According to this the Parish )f Orleans will have 125 delegates and the ether Parishes 295. The Parish Convention, which is to nominate candidates for Mayor, dmionistrators, Civil and Criminal Sheriffs, will meet later in the summer. The represen betion of the several Wards of the Parish of. Jrleans, as fixed by the State Exeontine Com- . nittee, will be in both Conventions as follows: ly First Ward............ Teth Ward........... econd Ward........... 12 Eleventh Ward ......... h rhird Ward............ 14 Twelfth Ward.......... eourth Ward........... 7 Thirteenth Ward....... ith fifth Ward............ Fnrtenth W ......, go Sixth Ward........... 7 Fifteenth WaTrd........ esvsnth Ward.......... 9 SixteentL Ward........a we iighth Ward............ 7 Seventeenth WVard.... -in. tinlth Ward............ i0 (Commnnicated) Fonr Sears have passed away since the w tf t. Stephen's Church, NapoleonAvenue, 1, ws been left with majestic height and rare goce He grace and beauty in readiness for the const nk at ion of the roof. And now the good peeo Rome, it. Stephen's parish, seeing that the wor . of the been resumed with a prospect of contit ifdicted it least with moderate progress, till it and thla rou lay pletion, and that the growing congreg! ruptions ong since left without the sooomodaod. As uffioient room in the Old Churoh, tbeyouncil at ,pirkd with fresh zeal and courage toened. He .nited best in having their magnificer once call ..olic world ready, as soon as possible, far Divine lisn betray 'or this purpose they hive already ooof princes b number of May Festivals to be L..the ambi 3tephen's Hall, Napoleon Avenue, on thrasicated the following nights: 19th, 25th, 26-h inst, and continued on l-t and 2ad, of Jane. There will bý a first class entertainment to last for about one hour each night, which will e well worth the admission fee of twenty-five )ente. - For nearly a year, that crack Military organ ration, "the Continental Guards," was en ,aged in preparations for a series of entertain mente, the proceeds of which were to be de voted to the Robt. E. Le Monumental Fund. rhese labors culminated in the grand artistic nd pecuniary euc:ess achieved on last Tnee ay, Wednesday,Th:redaY and.Friday even ngs at the Opera llose. In brirging about ( auch magnicicent resulsa, the gentlemen of the Continental OnGuardl were assisted by the Vashington Artillery, members of the R. E. ,ee Monumental Associalion and the Ladies Auxiliary Society, as we:l as by a host of talented male and female amrnateurs of the city. Many other patriotic persons sesisted the caneuse materially by disposing of tickets. The first evening, was devoted to historic ableaux of the days of 76. The special aithfulness to character, appropriateness of oatume, artistic grouping and exquisite scenic appointments were suench as called forth loud and merited applauses. . martettes, trios, duete and soli by distinguished artists en hanced the pleasures of the entertainment. Vednesday evening, in addition to tableaox, he Enterpean Musical Society, (one of the mneet in New Orleans), under the direotorship of Prof. F. Sohatiner, interpreted Sterndale Bennett's pastoral cantata, "The May Queen," n a high creditable manner. Thorsday even lug was the most successful, if we consider the immense audience which assembled in the Opera House, the largest gathering ever known to be present at any one time in any theatre in this city, (over 4,000 in attendance and some 1,00 turned away from the doors), or the unl versally expressed admiration of the eleganoce and magnificence of the entertainment as pre sented by the yooug mimes and youths who participated in the representation of the beautiful child-story of Cinderella. Calciaw, scenery, costume, stage position, and all the acoessories of a theatrioal performance were so artistic and complete, that the oldest heads seemed, for the time being, to have the young esthearts, and to wish for an indefinite con tinuance in the fairy-land of childhood's dream. It was a night that will not be forgot ten eoon,-calling up as it did, not only the pleasures of the thousand children present, but the olden-time fancies of gray-beards and aged matrons. At this stage of writing, it is impossible for nato say any more o:noerniog these "nootes ambrosiar a" Next week we will notice at length the performances of Friday and Satur day evenings. The Very Rev. Eugene Bore, Superior-Gene ral of the Corgregation of the Mission (Laz - riat Fathers), and of the Sisters of Charity, died in Paris on the night of the 3d inst. How any )lves made beautiful and sweet By self-devotion and self-restraiot. Whose pleasure is to run without complaint no unknown errards of the Paraclete. Wantino the reverence of nshodden feet. Fail of the nimbus which the artists paint Around the shining forehead of the saint, And in their completeness incomplete. Easter Collection for the Seminary. THIRD LIST. St. Anthony of Padua...................... ...11 02 Arnaudville ........................ S t t. Ann. Royville .................... ...... 7 00 Bayon dn Large......... ............ ...... 14 ,0 Grand Coteau n................................ 14 30 St. b icholas tile Piquant ................. ..... 3u ::o VillePlate .............................. . 5 it Port Barre............................ ... 3 e $ 91 22 Total of two first li ....te.................... 3375 67 Total ..................... ............3166 to Ordinary Notice. of Marriageo and Deaths cwill, Hereaflte be inserted for ifty cent,. Obituaries will be charged at the rate of ten cents a line. MARRIED: TAYLOR-LEBARON - At the residence of the bride's father, in Mobile, Ala, by the Rev. A. J. Ryan, Wednesday, May :th, 1478, Hannis Ta lor and Miss Leonora LeBaron, all of Mobile. DIED : RENTON-On Saturday morning,. May II, 1878 at 1o o'clock, Mrs. Ann Rentoo. aged Go years. a ritivo of County Clare, Ircland, and a resident of this city for the last thirty-five years. SILENTOS-On Thursday. May 16, 1878. at twenty minutes to 12 o'clock. Mrs. J. Silenes. born Honors Lornegan. native of County Tiplerary, Ireland. aged thirty-six years. KELLGY-On Saturday evenleg, May II, 1E78, at a quarter to 11 o'clock, Mrs. Catherine Belly, aped 53 years. a native of the parish of Cnshlegdall, County 5ntrim. Ireland, and a resident of this city, for the past 25 years. COLGOA N--On Saturday evening, May II, 1878. at d o'clock. William Colgan, aged 6r years. a native of Trim. County Meath. Iie.and, and a resident of this oity for the last 44; years. REQUIEM MASS FOR THE LATE PATRICK IRWIN. On Saturday next, the 25th Inst., at 9 o'clock, there will be celebrated in $B. Peser and Paul's Churh, Third District, a Solemn High Mass of Requiem for the repose of the soul of Mr. P. IRWIN. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to be present. - father, probably, sees very little of him i he is a city boy, and if of the country ver likely he has his hands too full to give much time to Tom. Peihaps he hlas propensity for asking questions (mos bright boys have), and his ceaselee "Why S" is a torment to his elders, why snub him perpetually with, "Do stop ask ing questions !" It may be that the boy I fond of books, and will sit reading all dao long to the delight of his parents and th quiet of the inousehold. In that case whi directs his reading ? Do his father ant mnother chooes his books and talk with Ii, about what ire reads I or do they take i for granted that the umre act of readino anythii;g ir meritorious T We have alreadl pointed out the dangers of the dime nove and other weekly story papers, and ever day some journal )I'fs up its voice againe them. 'ITom had better never known hit letters than use the knowledge to read sue stuff STUDY TIIEIR CIIAItACTERS. All this time the boy is growing nearq manhood-nearer the time when he nlne be the joy and stay of those belonging I him or their grief and curse There can no middle course; if the twig is not p DUIABLET DENTISTRY. Dr. J. H. MALONEY. corner of Josephine and Camp streets, near MagazgLe Market, respe:tfnully Informs his patients and the public In general that he is performing Itl operations appertaulotor to his profession in the moss ,centiflc manner. Arltfloilal teeth inserted, with or without extracting the roots, on a oew plan. Old sets of teeth remnodeled and a perfect adaptation secured. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of gas or chloroform. Charges within the reach of all Ja207e 1ysp FIRST COMMUNION ! Pa roats will do well to REMEMBER the store of DEALAH IN School Books, Sheet Musik & Stationery No. :3Z9 Dryades Street, where they will find every artice necessary for persons ahout to make their F'rer Cooamuulon, such as Prayer Books, Beads, Scapulars, Medals, IrIST COMMUNION OUTFITS, WREATHS, re. Wreaths a specialty-all home-mnade. Plain and Ornamental Wax Candles made to order. myl7 5p tf CO MiblUNION! COMMUNION ! PH. ANTONI, Co ner Josephine and Constance Streets. Has Just received a large stock of 'Pure Wax Candles for First Communion, WREATHLS, VEILS, SASH RIBBONS, Books, Beads, White Gloves, Fans, and all articles necessary for First Commuelon. Call and examine his goods before purchasleg else "where. SPictures framed to order. mbhl p ply NOTICE TO TAXPAYER8. COn Ics SrTAT TAX COLLEicTOR. FIerT DIS:TRIlT., 47 Carondeletstreet. New Orleans. April Id, 1078. A discunct of three per cent will be a'lowed for taxes eon Real Estate and Personal Property paid during the month of April. A B E apees Is Taz (elonor, trhashitriet. CORRESPONDENCE. Naw Oat.ras, May 8th, 1878. Mr s Thereas Cannon Buckley : As a testimonial of their high appreciation of your muical talente and their admiration of the generous meaner in whloh you have ever responded to all the appealo made to jon in the name of charity, the under. signed beg leave to tender yon a Complimentary Ben. Sf6 to be given at such time and place as you may select. In thus addresing you they feel assured that they but give expression to an almost universal msenti ment of gratitude whioh animates this community for the many Musical Entoe tainment freely given by you dnring the last ffteen years. It Is well known that churches, asylums and charitable organisations throughout the city have been the benelcilaies of this activity on your part without Jour asking or aooept. leg, even n a single ease, renumeration for your in valuable services. Very respectfully, John Henderson, Louis A. Wits. Cuka. J. Leeds, Archibald Mitchi 1. Wm* C. Black, Wm. J. Castell. Geo. W. Dupre, Isaac N. Marks. Jno. T. A. O'Meallle, Wm. H. Byrnes. Thue. Layton B. O. Seixs. P. O. azeande. Theo. F. Bragg, Geo. W. Cable, H. Rennyson, Alf. Delery, P. Onesnon, J. C. M. Kavanagh, John O'Neil, L. A. Fournier. J. Albert. Alf. Charbonnet, Thos. Gildiore, George McCloskey, John McGinty, Philip Wereln, L Gtunewald, M. A. Basin. M. Forrester, Ed. Dean, A, Meil:eur. T. J. O'Sullivan. S. G. Kreeger, L. Helchelheln A. Castenado, T. Danliger, James Prevost, John Gilmore, E. Gueson; Chas. D. Elder. E. Lamasie, A. Dupaquier, M. I'. M. McVitle. J. Plalsent, J. H. Weirdahl, M. D. Chas. W. Witham, M. J. Barrett. M. D. Gardner, John Glyn,. Jr. Geo. WV. Young Thos. G. Bai.ler. 11. R. G;fthey, John Geynor. New C'it.sAs May 9th, Id'r. Gentlemen; Your very kind letter of yesterday's date, tendering me a complimentary benefit, has been received. To deserve the esteem and good will of those among whom all the years of my life have been spent, has ever been tmy highest earthly ambition. The very flatteringrx pression of your appreciation of my humble elrorts, however much I might suspect your judgment to be in tlnenced In this matter by partiality and kinducss of heart, constitutes a more than adequate reward for whatsoever assistance I may have been enabled to give in the cause of charity. If convenient to yourselves I would indicate St. Patrick's Hall as a desirable place for the proposed Corcort, and Monday Evening. June 3d as the time. Very respectfu:ly, THERESA CANNON BUCKLEY. In accordance with the above, the GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT will given in ST. PATRIOK'S HALL, Monday Evening, June 3d, 1878, Tbhe programme will be published nost Sunday. Tickets-Frlfty Cents. myl2 tf A CARD. SCHOOL SHOES FOR MISSES AND BOYS. Where can we find good iehool Shoes at reasonable prices for our children I Where csn we send ur chil dren to .aave their measures tanken for good School Shoes at reasonable prices All are invited to cal at No. 12 Camp stceet, to examine the patent School Shoes. The letters patent were noosed to the nndersigned on the 'IIth of December. 1E77. and although having the excla. sire right to manufacture these improved shoes, the iprices will be no higher than the Northern shoes we hrre been selling. Ss send your children to have their measures taken for these excellent r calfskin School 8hoees with strong, stout soles and fiat, broad heels. This Is the first effort made in this city to establish a factory for School Shoes, and it shall succeed. On bhand, constantly, a large stock in the BOOT and SHOE line, at most reasonable pries. THOS. DOWLING, 12 . .... reet............Camp Stret.12 Sfe3 3msp IFIRST COMMUNION! FIRST COlMMUNION ! Parents, Guardians sad Children are invited to call and examine my stouk of PRAYER BOOKS. BEADB. SCAPULARS. MEDALS. ETO. suitable for children maklrg their Flrst Communion. My prices. I an.satiotled, areas low as anywhere in the city, at Kirkpa.rick's IFOURTH DISTRICT SCHOOL BOOK DEPOT. 610............ Magazine Street....... 610 ues 77 lylp Near Josephine. SPECIAL NOTICES. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIO ORPHAN BOYS' ASY. lam,. Third Dlatrict.-New Orleans, May 18th, 178. At the annual election, which was held on tle 5th inst, the following named gentlesmen were elected di. reetorm for the'year le--79 : HRi Grace, Most Rev. N. J. Perche, Archbishop of NewOrleans. Very Rev. O Raymond, V. G. Tor)y lev J. H. Milet. V. G. I hoe Loyton. C- Sport. 0. to Arn ,o. . ROirardey. John Inv.r-uoz. Sr. Victor Sere. A. Robet t Dr. Thoe. La) Lou. J. \'urc i. T. W. Collens. F. Berr:.o(c'. JI. Llaro. And et a meeting of the Board of D:rectot,, h.ld ,n lhe 1'h i" ·: th:e following tt.oers were unanimaously eolected Moot 1' v. N. J. PERCIIE. Preanct ~ Ry Ev. e. J. M.MILLET. Vi,,-Proaide t. Dr. E DOUMKING, Phyal:lan. THUS. LAYTON. Secretar~, ITORlsI:RE, Trasnurer. THOS. LAYTON, fecretary. STATE CNION CATHIOLI TOTAL ABSTI NENCE SOCIETIES.-The regular monthly meetlng will hb held at 7j o'clock, NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING, at the Morning Star Hall. II. R. OIFF1NEY, Pol edent. J. C. M. KAVANAGH, Secretary. ST. JOSEPH'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY The regular monthly meeting of this Society will be held THIS (Sunday) EVENING, May 19tb, It8l, at 3 o'clock, in their Hall. Marais street, nearCommon. Punctnual attendance is requested. JOHN McCAFFREY, President. J. A. PLACE, Secretary. It ST. PETER SB . T. A. ASSOCIATION.-New Orleans, May 19th, 1678.-The members of this Soc:ety are requested to attend a speclalJ meeting to be held TBIS DAY, nt II:J' o 'clk, a. m., at the school house on Marigny street. Every member is expected to at. tend, as buelnees of importance will be brought up. By order of JOHN O'2IlL. Sit ie Ps eVie oaideat. OPPORTUNE OFFERING. lealmronme anb e ABru-ppilem. DRESS GOODS, ROBIBRY. HANI)KERCHIEP, TIES BOWS. GWLOVE, MITTS, PARABOrs, RALF UMBRELLAS, UMBRELLAS. PANS, EMBROIDERIUE, LACES, LWENf. COTTONS. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, WHITE GOODS, MOURNING OOODS. GOODS FOR MENd' AND BOYS' WEAR. CORSETS. RUCOINGS, RIBBONS, COLLARS AND OUFFS. NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS. ETM ETC. At Reasonable Rates, WIIICH WE MODESTLY MEAN TO Ba AS LOW AS TH'E LOWEST. E. H. ADAMS & BRO., 594....-................. -...NAGAZINE STREET ......................... st Four doors aboe It. Andrew street mtbl it l1ami--m-ww w-u e -V j m-m m-Narlar 135..........---.....................CANAL STREET.................................S THE LEADING PIANO AND MUSIC DEALER OF THE 80UTH, Offers the Beet Toned. Most Perfect and Most DaUable PIANOS AND ORGANS Made either to this couontry or in Europe. at the lowoet prioes and os the most accomanodatlag terms oevr offered. His Stock consists of the unrivaled, world renowned CHIICKERING, the celebrated and elegant MATHUSHEK, and the fine-toned and low-priced HARDMAN PIANOS. Estey, Mason & Hamlln and lew England Organs. Second Hand Pianos from $40 up. New Pianos from 241() up. All fully Warranted. This house has always boon renowned for Its low price. and fair dealing, and wtl, contir.nu to supply the world with good and reliable instruments on the moot reasonable terms. TUNINeti AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. my5o9 Ip SCT O -u 9 BEST AND MOST FCCWNOMICALMACHINES, 8O * S*-, e GRAND MEDAL CENTENNIALEXHIBITION ON THE CULrURE ACMANUACTURE OF SORGOANO IMPo ei]J SERnEeE STEAM ENGINESTHRESHERS BELLS: HIBERNIA INSt'RANCE COMPANY, Office, Nc. 37 Camp Street. JOHN IIENDEISI'N, Proesident. P. IRWIN. Vice President. TH1O.. F. ItAOG, bocre.tary. Earnings .......... ......... . 8198,033 Loses Pald .......... ............... 73,29 Net Profits............................ 60,256 At or election hi d on Monday. the 7th Inst., the follewing named gentlemen were chosen Directors .i thie Company to se.rve for the enening year P. Irwin. John Henaerson, Jibn T. Oibbons, Jas. A. Girdoor, William Hart, Smie Ganohe. David Jacksot John H. Hanna, F. J. Gssquet. Anl at a meeting of the Board.held May 14th. JOHB HXNDERIiO N, President, P. IRWIN, Vce-Presides. and THOS. F. BRAGO, Becretary, were unanimously re-elieteld. The Board declared out of the net profits of the Company for the peast twelve months 10 per eat in. terest; also 2 per cent dividend on the paid ep capital and tO per cent dividend on premiums paid by stook holders (making, with the rebate, 35 per cent on pre. miums). Bald interest and dividends to be pieced to the credit of the stock notes. Interest and dividends on full paid stock payable Ia cash at the olZeof theCompanyon and after June 15th THOS. F. BRAt G, Secretary. New Orle.ns. May le, 1877. myt0i77 llp HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR, AUOTIONEERS, Office. No. 11 Carondelet Street, Between Canal and Common, Will a.tend rto Sales of Meat t Fluritule, bStocks octi Ss BendsI Scrip, eta. d sa to the my0 lydhp TilE FAVORITE "DRY" WINE. or Great Britain, Russia and Germany: DRY EXTRA QUALITY CHAMPAGNE, The Most Delicious "Dry" Wine IN THE MARKET. FOLR BALE EVERYWHERE RARESHIDE & MARS. FRANK RODER, mbh:ms.v CLARK & MEADER. IRISH SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS. We have just received, direct from the best mean. torler in Ireland. a full and complete line of the above goods,and to which we reepeotfully invite the Lnape[ LI onof purchaeors. D. H. HOLMES, c098 77 lyIp Nos. 155 Canal and 15 Bourbon ate. T. J. BROWN, PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER, .G3........ Camp Street......... ... It. Iiotween I)elord and I'. ej fTrre NEW ORLEANn. Dealer in Wall Pepper, Gold and 'elvet Border, Window Shades. Cornloee, Eufl. Green and White Hollan.s, Pllcture Cord. Teaele, etc. Persons who will take the trouble to ride up to my place, cl oh is only nine squarts from Uanal street, will find that my prices are from 2l' to 25 percent lower than those of other dealers. Samples of Paper sent to the co,:o:ry, free, on applt ration. mh3 5p tf J LINCOLN REMOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILDING1O OfEce, I ii,l Robin street. All ommonicationse should be addressed to HBo Ifit, MoC[e'O,:ce' nrrd Truado' Exchangr. LLtdor St. ChariLt Hotel. New Crleana. Country orders t-rompt!Tattended tc. apT 7h ly WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC. AN'TED--A lII)IDLE-A(GED LA|'Y I DESIRES wb ilt tlot .o lo I uepts"IM lur r: y;iWO children. Bhe ounderstrnd end cor atoo# t, }ol :.. Frenoh eid (erman. Woli take .!0 rye of t o ::l0 IaCetS of househo!d atliro if doranrl. ,ir olId teo a polstiorn ab houskeeiper. hla no nbtde ln to V ,: cg to any pars or the country, aLci can t.ve to.e i.-st of referen-,e. Address " L. 'Morninu tMar i Ie . tmy5 3t TANT'IPD-i- Y AN INDUSTRIOUS MAN, A Ssttont:,n in any apaeity eLte he nan makt himself l erirally useful lie hn nu been emp ot. d od 00cr four yoear in the Veterinary dpartcnmet of one t: the City ltAlirod Comrpanies, he woold prefer a nItnation re:,;lriug veterinary tll!. $atisfotery r - feonoes f..r uonesty, ability and sorlrety nlan e pco. dneod. Enployment in the city prelrcred. Addrand OR BALL, VERY LOW--YOUR LOTSD Or Giroud, with o ubtng mtit shedsi , rnte, ota Noe. L"J. 301, LC3 and 31S Tchoopltoule street, beItees Oteienie and Erato. suitable fTe Dray Yard. IwetaM. laksmit~nh Shop, Werehoure and various other per pose. Apply to W. a. PlERBLKW, ap7tfl Ifs CaoaI street. ornme.o Burgeody sT. PATRICK'S HALL FOR RENT FOR BALLB, CONCGETB A'D FAIB. It. Patrlok'a Hall. the LARGEST AND I-ST HALL IC THE CITYr. wil be rented, by the L igh or longer, on reasonable teru, for CONCERTS. BALLS, LICTURES, IAIRS and wXKESTIONB. Ior CHARITABLE E[EETA]IMZNBTS, withel dtatIetlon of creed, the Hal wil. be rented a4t HAL. Apply at LIaERtNIA I DEACE COMPANY.I