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raming Btar and Catholic Messenger.
taw aow.AN s. saUnDT JuxU 30. sra.
The Udog polisoaing' busines smeems to caunse
cessiderable trouble among partles who own
The Eahibitiondays have eons, the gladdest
of the year for the schbool ehildrea and the
saMddet for the newspapers.
We learn that the Washlagton Artillery,
heretofore an independent command, is about
to be mustered Into the Sate Militia.
St. Joseph's Total Abstinenee Cadets meet
anet Sunday, July 7th, at S o'olock, in 8S
issph'e ball, merali street. Boys wbishing to
` senr has it that the Orleans Artillery will
ertly be reorganised. Colonels Girardey and
Dpsh and Lleut. Gov. Wilts are spoken of as
eandidates for the coloneloy of the regiment.
The lightning of last Wednesday stroouk a
house on Harmony near Chestnut street, and
elmeoitcred aMiss Newton at 384 Philip street,
throwing her senseless on the floor while she
From and after September lst next, our cot.
ten presses will only charge 50 cents per bale
lot eompriwig 4otton. The charge hereto
fre has been, and will be till September let, 75
ente per bale.
The deaths in this city for the week ending
Sunday, June 23rd were: males 54, females 51;
white 70, colored 25; total 105. The greatest
onmber of deaths from any one cause was 18,
credited to consumption.
The PFeast of 88. Peter and Paul will becele
hrated to day, SuBonday, at the Church of 88.
Peter and Paul, Third Distriot, Very Rev. C.
Moynihan, Pastor, by a Solemn High Mass at
10 o'clock. Rev. D. McKiniry, 8 J., will
Last Friday morning the annual exhibition
of the children of St. Franois' School, took
place in the hall, corner St. David and Second
streets. The exercises were of a very inter
esting nature, and the pupils gave evidence of
Henry Miller, the celebrated billiard player,
died in this oity last Monday at the early age
of thirty five years. Mr. Miller served with
distinction throughout the war as a member
of the fifth company, Washington Artillery.
He was severely w aunded In the groin during
one of the last battles of the war, in front of
Murfreesboro, Tenn., December 4th, 1864.
In the dase wherein was tested the question as
to whether the ammonia works on Gravier and
Magnolia streets are a nanisance to the neigh
borhood or not, the jry last Saturday deolded
that they are-not. Several hundred positive
people who were sure they smelt a smell and
attributed it to the ammonia works, will now
have to look in another direction for its causne.
Several places on the Levee front are danger
ones to persons who seek an evening breeze.
Dattares have been covered over with rioe
chafft, and have proved man traps to the un
wary. Quite a nunmber of people, Inoluding a
nuns and three abilrla.n ' a wareery noa.ly
drowned during the past week. The Adminis
trator of Improvements is busily at work reme
dying the evil.
Last Wednesday, our ble contemporary, the
Pris Current, appeared in quarto form, with
the usuanl supplement. The change will no
doubt be greatly appreciated by its many
readers and advertisers, as it will enable the
first to study more conveniently the valuable
financial and commercial artioles ever to be
found in its columns, while the latter will reap I
the benefit by having their advertisemepts
placed more conspicuously before the reader.
The Continentals have finally selected their
team of heavy sbote for the mateh in Mobile 1
on the occasion of their Fourth of Joly exour
slon. Captain Wm. Pierce, baving been unanble
Is determine which were the poorest marke- I
en, weigbed the small men of the company 1
and gave them places in the team aoording to 'I
their avoirdopolis. The teamies constitted as 1
follows: Drawn,250 pounds; Cathalongue, 220; i
Wilson, 215; Gillen, 210-, O'Connor, 208; Wood, I
906; Jobin, 204; Watkins, 193; Thiel, 189;
Pierce, 188; Zeph Iobsan, 2051, scorer.
The Yacht Regatta was a sucuess in every
particular. Monday and Tuesday evenings,
notwithstanding the threatening weather;
large crowds assembled at the New Lake
End to see what had been for several years
ast a novel sight in this cIty, a regatta
n which sail and not row boats would
.rticipate. The amusement for the specta
trms was such that all unanimously voted
banks to the gentlemen who inaugurated and
uoeesefully carried out the sport. We hope
r an annual repetition of a like entertain.
Politics are red hot, and getting hotter. To- I
y, Saturday, the primary eleotions for Presi- 5
·t and other cfficers of Demooratio Ward 5
lube take place, and the hopes of hundreds of C
bitious politioIans will be proportionately
ted or depressed according to the measure
of support their respective stikets receive.
The suooes of a certain candidate for the
Presidency of a Ward does not always mean 5
that he will be able to elect his own men as t
delegates to the nominating convention., but 5
in nine cases out of ten it does ensore him 5
at power or enables him to control any dele
ation that e elected.
The Christian Brothers, baring at length j
obtained a permanent foothold in New Orleans, j
have commenoed the work of repairing and
reitting the St. John schoolhouses for the
openlng of their Academy in September next. I
Th6 ntire interior li belPg remodeled, and
the exterior of the main building is also tI
. eaded. - We bespeak the Asadeey a grand
Seommencemeat and a eqontinuane to the
end of increaslig prosperity commensurate
with the phblic expectation ead the teabching
cepeellty of the Brotherhood.
n The ldile. of It. Stephen's parish, who ae
preparing for an excnrsion to Mandevile on
Sthe I4th of Jely, for the benefit of their new
bChurch, have received so many geneoue do
nations to furnishb refreshments and a well
Provided-resteaurant for such as. may depend
y, on them for meale, that they are very muheb
it encouraged with the hope of making It a seu
ceseful affaitr. The gentlemen of bthe Oriental
Quartet have kindly volunteered their services
to make the ezeursion gay and lively by their
exqlsite muelo and cong.. The Mitchel and
SIrish B'Ris companies are expected to asocept
an invitation to a sbooting matbch on the
I beautiful eshady beach, for a silver cup. There
I will be four or fve honrs for enjoyment on the
s beoach. The steamer New Camnella will leave
the New Lake end on the arrival of the 8
o'clock train from sCanal street, and will return
at 9 p. m. Tickets for the round trip $1
Children 50 cente.
SLast Thureday evening an event ooourred
whicfoh cresated qluite a stir in the newspaper
and social world of New Orleanse. This was
the marriage of our esteemed friend, Mr.
George Nicholson so well and favorably knowp
as for many years the manager and more re
cently one of the proprietor. of the Pioeyne,
and Mrs. Ellas J. Holbrook, widow of tha late
Mr. Alva M. Holbrook, known throughout the
world of poetry and song as "Pearl Rivers."
The event drew quite a large congregation of
the friends of both parties to St. Peal'e Chureb,
oorner of Camp and Gainnileretre, which was
brilliantly illuminated and chastely decorated
for the occasion. Among the distinguiebed
perseone presenut we noticed the Hon Thomas
J. Semames, Professor Dimitry, ex-Mayor Stihb,
I Dr. Logan and Mr. J. C Dinnies.
In common with their many friends we ex
tend to Mr. and Mrs. NIbcholson our sinoerest
congratulatione upon the happy realization
cf their food hopes and our heartfelt wishes
for their happiness and prosperity.
The reading of the following petition, at the
laste meeting of the City Council, created muchb
amusement, even the seven wise men and his
honor, the Mayor, joining in the laughter.
MAGNOLIA STtxa June 22, 1878.
Mayor City of New Orleans
Sir-your Petitioners are all boys under six
teen veers of age. and up to the Present time1
has been confinoed in orowded and heated
school Rooms and now deserous to enjoy the
sweets of nature by bathing in the New Baeon
late in the Evening In the North eside of Mag
nolia Boat House on Julie st.-bas us boys any
rights that the police ought to respect it Is No
Matter wether we have oar Bath Pants on or
not we are hunted like a sacred Fox all round C
for Blooke Carrying oar Close in our Arms to c
the Scandal of the neibourbesid three Police r
I Men orosses the Bridge every Evening to our
side on Jolle street says they will break up our i
bathing providing they ebould Break our
Head. selying on the goodness of your Honor
and that you were a boy once yourself will j
take our case under your kind eonsalderation I
and allor us our Bathing hours the time will I
come when we will be men and make these
Police Men walk a chalk line there is no doubt.
H. J. Hogan P. S. Nogent LA.A Cook M. C.
Azsona B. Rooney and Many More
there is some Reckiess boy. that we do not
Tuesday evening last, the Orleane Rowing
Club celebrated its fifth anniversary by a con
test among its own members. Very early in
the evening a large asseemblege of ladies and >
gentlemen gathered at the foot of Henderson
street to view the sport. There were four 0
races. In the esingle wherry race Mr. Carroll I
was the succeseful contestant; in the single 3
scull match Mr. Ed wards woP This last men
tioned race was notable for several mishaps. d
A whitecap played sad havoo with the boat of I
Mr. Dallas who, nevertheless, kept on his ooourse i
pulling agalnst every possible disadvantage, r
until hie craft surged and went under near
the finish. Mr. Gillin fooled the stake
boat owing to no fault of his. In the third
race-four oared gjg-the entries were the
Captain Farwell and the J. J. Wells boat.
The light weights were in the first named, the
heavys In the other. The Farwell won in 5:32.
The last race was for four oared shells-The
No Name, and Sam Boyd. The No Name won S
the contest. After the usual eongratulations,
Mrs. D. B. Wood christened two new boate for
the Club; one of which was named "Mamie c
Wood," the other "Charley Wood."
Thorsday morning last, at 10 o'olock the
annual exhibition of St. Simeon's sohool, was
held on Ananunciation, between Thalia and
Melpomene etreets. The hall was elegantly t
decorated with flowers and evergreens. The U
oonferring of Academio honors upon Misan e
Lizzie Taylor, Mary Harvey and Lillie Ken
nedy, was followed by the coronation of the Cl
last named young lady as the Queen of Flowers. g
Thie part of the programme waa completed by L
a number of young ladies who sang the Coron- '
ation Ode in a manner not to be excelled. '
Exercises in Litersture, Christian Dootrine, "
Frenoh and Drawing, all of whioh were inter
spersed with musio vocal and Instrumental, tl
engaged the attention of the audience until the
close. The exhibition proper being over, the al
audiencerepaired to another department where o1
tapestry, drawings in oil and crayon (the work h'
of pupil.) decorated the walla. Never have p'
fnerspealmen. of artistic work been seen in any al
sobool. The 8isars of Charity, who control St.
Simeon's. are to be congratalated upon the high as
teandard of excellence attained by their
The Distribution of Premiums at St. Vin
cent's took place on Friday, too late for notice m
in this bsaue. Next week we shall try to do e
justice to thia institution, and also to give a
few more details concerning St. 8imcon's. t
This, Sunday evening, at i o'olock, two -
splendid new bells will be blessed at the Con- nI
vent of the Dicsaloed Carmelites of St. Theree, us
No. 134 Barrack. street (the street next to and g
ea the up-town side of Eeplaaae,) hetweee
id emoplet. set of Isations of the Way of the
is Orose will also be blessd and ereted in the
ia ohapeloonsoted* with the Convent. The peb
g Ito are cordially invited to assist on the oeea
The Order is little kaown in this oeuntry,
Shaving but three hones in the United States,
a one lin Baltimore, one in St. Loels, the
third being the one whlob oar reedere are in
vited to visit. The Sisters who feended this
house came here In Decesmber with ather
d Pheloan, of St.8 Louis, among them being mnm
h bers of two of Lonieiana's oldest and best
Creole families, the Romans and Tremoolets.
At the time we pabllshed a remarkable ad.
Sdress delivered by the eoslebrated French
r Jesoit, Per. Felix, l favor of the Order. We
h bars no Pere Felix here to speak for this bhose,
but we hope the remembrance of his ei queont
Swords, and the sympathy and admiration
evoked by the heroic self-abegatilon of the
lives these 81isters lead for our good as mucnoh as
for their own, will be the means of drawing a
Slarge attendance at the ceremonies thbls even
It Mary's Dominicanle Academy, Greenville, La.
The commencement exercisee and distribo.
tion of premiums, annally held in this inesti
ttoton, took place on Tuesday, 25th ins,. The
Sevent-always an agreeable entertainment
was looked for with a lively interest by the
t riendly public, andattended.averyun erons
ly, no less for the pleasure of the hour than
for the observance of a respecotful attention
felt to be due the None for their literary en
dowments and splendid services.
The orderliness of manner and action, and
taeetefulames of arrangement, gracing the pro.
oeediogs, recalled pleasant' remembranes of
i like features previoeusly seen in the Domini.
can programme. The deolamation of the
young ladies had in it a ringing clearness and
well defined meaning, which was received
with creditable comment upon the teahobing of
the Academy The different dramatio acts
also, as performed, redoonded much to the
credit of all concerned, whether as tesahobers or
taugbt. Each participant bore away a laurel,
but left a chaplet for the decoration of the
Dominican brow. This the Sister will die.
colaim, but the people say she shall have to
wear it, willing or not, at least in the publio
estimation. As for the mus'c, it was fine. The
talent was there on either side, and It had
been well and skilfully employed.
We append the
Music-Invitation a Is Vale.........(8sixteen BHands.)
Misses Barks, Fsouax. Oilmore. Mcrsnerney,
Hestings, Mattngly, Schmidt and Knight
Composition-"True Nobtilty".........,.. Miss Larkin
March-from "Prohet............ .... (Eight Handsl
Piano 1- sses Coughlln and Young.
Piano e-Mises Farreli and Junel.
GENEVIEVE"-Opereptyln Three Aot.
Genevieve.....................Miss N. Mathers
Oraes.. ............ ...............Miss Jamel
Muasic-"La Oraeooviene".........Miss Mary O'Falleon
Maaio-"Fiorie' Waltse".................(Six Hands)
thaws -eon and Coughin.
rst Maid..................................Miss Drrent
Second Maid............ .. ..Mies L. Drnet
Quidant's Galep......................(Sixteen Hands)
Missee Gilmore. Schmidt, Fayssex, MeInaernesy,
Mattigly, Coughlin, Farrell and Dnight.
Mesic-"Il Truvator".................... Verdi
PLano i-Mi Burke. Piano s-MDainUmeor.
oueiane .................................Miss aestines
aset ( iss limre.......... ll
autae l oer Da uth ers. ,. Mis MeoInserny
ugusq er Da. . ers. . ........Hisr Schmidt
Geergitsa J.M......Iss Jewlo
Dora (a pendent)................... .....M SBrke
The Hen. is Wapeot...................Miss Larkin
Music.................Overure to "La Dane BIenot al
tMisses ulke, Mlonnsrnej. Hastings and Schmidt.
LA BERGERE DE DOMrEMiY-Dras in I act.
Jeans d'Aro .........................Miss . Capeilae
La Dams Catesln do Dumremy-.......Miss Barke
Aoe, her deaughir.....i................. srs Jset
Louie, a yeung girl an the viage o...Miss A. 7tain
L'Ana Michl..............................lMiss Ames
Musicl....... ... Andante et Al:egr Marstla eFanfare
Planl i-Mias Gilmore, Puianor o- h astings.
DISTRIBUTION 0F PREMIUMS.
GRANTIEG OF DIPLOMAS.
Bespense.........................Miss Marie Ospella
The close of the exercises wan followed by
an eloquent address from Very Rev. C. Moy.
St. Mary's Dominican Academy, Dryadee Street.
Here, in graceful keeping with the Domini
can style, the seventeenath annual commence
ment was observed with a brilliant exhibition
by the pupils, on Wednesday, 26;h iust. Like
the sister branch in Greenvllre, this academy
Is widely known and well patronizid despite
the prevailing poverty and other set-hacks to
the general welfare and the cause of Christian
edoucation. Whatever may decline these
and its knowledge of their trnstworihinesm and
good rill. Rev. Father Genny,dod ithere,as at
principleho ofus the choolre, along ith his ealoas
serista, tdFather Footte, hnce nothirg c n go
wrong nor grow lax unntes it be the peopleit
themselves in their ouooperartive capacit. But
the Nun in the female school room is, after all,
the central fignre, the same n the mother is
at home, and, s surch, ought to he sought,
obeyed and respecled. Fur usl e wgive her ale
honor. She is, to our mind, the living
picture nod reminder of the lmmao.
ulate Mary, Mother of Gfod. Let us all,j
then, do our best for the good of the school,
and the Nun and the Priest will take care of
the reet, under the guidance of God.
Tle woin lt adies on this occasion acquit.
ted thems~elves with customar elegance of
manner and diction, and showed themresvee in
eeryr~ respect worthy of the means lavished on
their training and the conirdeace reposed in
them by their kind and good precepiressee.
The attendant, whether parent or friend, was I
each sent away fully satisfed with the meas
ure of melodyr to which he was trenatd or the
no lees seret correctness of speeh wbhich
greeted his gratiied ear.
Al went well-all wee welt ehosema nd
"I "spetelr, the happlaeas of the pareas, the wal
e 1lg eOf the ohild aid the glorlAeatloe of the
. CObolil sohooL The dfollowlng is the
"TWsvias"-. Albe a ...................rFear Pams
Mlaese meies. Lens, Jasha.e se5.hasea.
SSalatete·...t. -.......................an Mcoreth
S -a-' Davrid ballee eal"............. Late Bacm
O and Chrese. enter Ca.
an e. . .. .... ........l.y....FIre. ·oness
Wale . rP... Mie aoadseaeta ,
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Ja*g..;: -r ese ha *.........aesesL
r CIaspemmte--A eal Peet hou .-,.Mm ERemalg
"Aie e..........rle"-oe ad T................... . rls
AMibh.A. Timegy, KIng. C. Gmsa Necsnhew.
Beag-Rh eel N i.TheMim e. ighe
Mim Ninepeln. Time. bergen eelad Metharia.
*WRT A PATRIOT 3313CT3D A OROWN."
Israeliso a ~ul·...., etc. no~bo
Seag-"Wm e d" Pauiese Dwell Ch ...... ........lMosu
Dee aee iBuerus. Juier Cllas.
"An Di. Stern......o.. ........... A. Prnel
Pleno end andONaal"... .rghea ]insn. al
Operatla- MIRACL 01 TEE 380635."
A]rmg."-nt........ .......................Mi. Tloy
*jne*ls dI .Si xt oee Ernaole-e lae
Mello n Timny, is snd Mergen.
Sg-DITX do UTIO 0ll1 .............lo
_FIDDLE OR CRAMONA.
When Droe. Pond or B or. was a
"~ I~m..........................ol Ro
yeoug men, ho wee very foVdof muAsi, end
Piano sad Organ
eapeaelly of thba of the viola It w a
very u leroal ...................trument, but h kept
quet about it, and rdl.......enjoyed ndur Pltorbed
comfort for a long time. At lest, however,
a grave spineter, who thought that true
ellrelig on.on away kept In a vinegar ret,
DISTRIBUTION OF PREMIUMS.
FIDDL6OB B afOB d. ___ __
Whena Dr. Pond, of B angor. was a
yonp maen, he waouse afnd hoard theand
especially ofthat of the violin. It was a
veryee lerel instument btraised her handep
ietn holy haborror, and then rushed torb the
neaomforest foder aon's house to tell the awer
astory that the mointer had faddle. A
religicommittee wa appolted toin vinesit the dot,
t~or and reprimand him for his daring sin.
H e heard them all through, and then aid
in hisoly horror, tnd then rhed o thyou
think I have gots o low that I would play
story' that the minister bads fddle. A
committee was appointed to visit the doe
for and reprimand him for his daring sin.
,IHe heard them all through, and then said
in his gruff tones: "A fiddle Do you
think I have got so low that I would play
on a Addle!" Then calling oat at the top
of his voice, he said : 'Enoh, brindog down
that new cremona." Enoch heard, and
soon entered the awful presence with his
treasure. "Now, then, play 'Old Hundred,'
and show these people that we don't keep
a 'fiddle' in the bourse " Enoch plied the
bow, and the instrument equeaked in long
drawn tones the familiar notes. The com
mittee were perfectly satisfied, and went
away with the feelinog that while it was a
heinous sin to own a Addle that played
dance music, it was quite another thing to
have a Cremona which played 'Old Han
dred,' end so one church scandal was
hushed. A rose by any other name.
To Patrick Began and Sarah Mullen, on their
May no dark arrow ever linga
Its sbadows round their path,
But "11 things lovely, all thing, fair,
Be theirs In life
J. c. N.
Ordinary Notces ef Marriages and Deth. swill. Aereqetw
be inserted for fifty erne. Obtunries will be charged
.t the rate of tes seat. a lia.
BRENRAN-MOBLEY - At St. Paul's (Catholic)
Church. Viekbuorg. Mine., Tueday mernie. Jlune.,
1878. at 7-30 eklook Si.. by Rev.- . H. ][.rnse,
Mr. J. M. A. Brennan and Miss Boss E. Merley.
Attendants- Mr. James J. Walsh ad Mis. iT
Brennan; Mr. J. T. Brennan and Miss . Maher, and
two little girls, lI;ess Boswell and Martin, who were
drenssed to represeant angels, and walked 1n froat of the
bride and groom each car ing a beautiful bouquet of
HCOAN-MULLLN-At St Patrick's Church, Jone
25th, 1878, Patrick D. Bogen, of New York, to Sarah
A , eldest daughter of John Mullen, of New Orleans.
Belfast ExamIner please copy.
CORCORIAN-MRDD.-O Wednesday. Jone mth
1878, il St. Joseph'Chmrch, by the Rev. Father Doyle.
Deals Corcoran to Bells Medd, both of thin eity. *
O'BRIEN-On Friday. Jn.. ni. i87s, at 9,30 pm ,
Ellen O'Brian, aged 44 yrnre. wife ef Michael O'iirle.,
native ef the pariah of Thomeetoen, Ceunty Kltikenr.
Ireland. and a resdaent f this etty for the past twenty
DRIDOOLL-Oa Wednrsday, Junge 0. 1.78 at 9o.
as.. Cornelius Driscoll, aed forty-feur yewg. a native
ef the County rk. Ireland, and a resident f this
city for the pet twetyfive yers.
LATFAY-On Wednesday June 56. 1E73 at SN am.
m , Jobs Albert. infant. m of John Albert Lafaye and
Laura Lamu L efe, aged 3 years and e months.
LEAc LBT-On Seatrday. oune 2, 1878. at 4,30 p.
. WmI. BMakley. aged fifty-nlin yerar. a native of
Queen, town. County ermanagh. Ireland.
TEUBPI*TO¶L -O. TueLrny morning. Jane 83. 1878.
at iiU 'ci -'c. Pasael M. Temnpleip , agId fort yews
sad nine merthe. a active of Jackson, La.. end reei
dent of thiscity fr the lit tweety-three yeca.
owENS- 0 teat.treay. June "r9 1878 at 19:30a....
Edward fiwoighagd x~y-flr years, a native of
County Roilcm ow.n. Itelacd. end a reeldet of this oity
for the post t.lr yoan years.
TOM aTIF-Orn Tuesdav. June 25, 107, at 3:30 a. a..
Edward Trnmato, aged sLity eaa. soltlve t New
O, leana, La.
McCOLLLUM-On Mondav. June £4, 1878. ata quar
ter o 10 p. as.. Mrs. lione Mcuolom. aged forty-one
jean. e native of the Couaty Belfast, Ireland, and
a ,eeldcnt of this city for the list twenty years
Dr. J.7.. MALIONEY. corner ef Josephine and Cemp
streets, nmr aUeIe~ Mark~et. reap.. tfily1 sniorina his
patient. and the pnbllc in general that he in perferlug
all operations apperttning to hie profeselna ao the m
selentifi manner. ALrtiical teeth inneried, with er
without exrs·otlug th roots, on anew gina. Old get
of teeth remodeled, and a perfect cdcriteIon moored.
Teeth gxtrscted without pain by the nsaef gas ew
chloroform. Chargm within the reach of cii
__ ___07 JaSliyp
For the WHOLE MONTH OF JULY we have laid
out a numbetr of
and we would advise every one to call and eamine the
esme and benefit by this occasion.
CALICO At Slo
COTTON t 4c.
PIQUZ at So.
CORaSTS at We
LONSDALE OOTTON at 7jn.
We have poohared a Babrupt Btock of PAREASO.,
which we ellat halt their valve.
1000O BOBBINET BARS cheaper than ever.
eo00 dozen LADIZ.' JOUN. alight y damaged, at 5c.,
Everybody t cordially Invited to call.
Ordere from the country will receive prompt atte
LOOK FOR THE WHITE BUILDING
Corner of Magazine and St. Andrew St,.
N. a-wslas GIrass'W d 'y ee e, as YIe
So. for last season's Printed Lawns; So. for choice Shbirtlng ud Frock Priets; UAW
Unbleooebead Naisook; 5.. for Corded Pique; So. fr good Hamburg Edglog ;
5so for large Folding, Laoquerece Stick Fans; So. &r three Palm Leaf
Fase; So. for Printed Ham'd Haadkerehblelh, ote, ete., te.
WILL OPEN ON MONDAY, JULY 1, 1878,
UNION usa LxIN LAwas, wNTUa 0o00 s3a5o1zD3s5, sauir, cooLr.a ovms . coasm,
Fresh, First-Class Goods at Reasonable Rates.
E*. He. A mm e Emw.
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Jmer roem sbev. AS Arew atest
ST. VINCENT'S BOARDING SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
DONALDSON VILLE, LA.
CONDUCTED BY TES SISTRSa OF CBARITY.
Tie Inseituth ee Is locaterd In t above-nmed elb.
fel lItle village. sitaed a ea jaantle o te Ma .
eslepy l rivea and the Hayes Laucrabs. Itia aceeeetb'e
at llases oe Iyr beth by railaa wae-.
Pamelt will Sad, fr thetr dsag rt15sI. Em Iail
luse, all the fER lltle lra Avane a redne
dca* iondS thae an etr Iaenotl beins tee sam a
*hat pansed . Jee b's oheAdemv. itSburg
ArEyla. IDf whioh LtANDbroAch. The building. A
KELLER' FAMOU CARBOL BOAPo~o·
grCnade ar epa retn and commodious
Iw ch ldeurame of the anged o adliua olf t.
Sath. the term. have been removed to Nearly belr.
ho. saade ic yoos to dlvided tat. two elee of
wmeeotn each ihF oreeInrcýmendnag ptembet 4e%
TORM A-ayaAle I AdvanceVS
Beard and Tuiin. Icluding to medng.o
bed and bdiTang, per .t runt...........rl 75 to
Orpent.u .......................... .. 15010
Freaeh Iann.. ......................to at
Munsi. Piano, at Fretmaailiemor. se pr ice.
Booes and ltailoery. a. curne pritoe. JOit n
J H. KELLER,
ilo GsA l l AL
AL KINDS OF LAUNDRY AND TOILET SOAP
KELLER'S FAMOUS CARBOLIO SOAP
eSO ly For Cleensnig and DIeloetlng Purpoeee.
HaT O IN STOG AND IN TRANSIT
5o PI'CREONS CHOICR
California Claret and White Wines.
which I guarantee pure and of dist quality.
For ale low, tIn lots to sult puromhers.
J630 I. 41 TrboClitoul. . street.
GOOD AND SAFE INVESTMENT.
Percone desirlng to IEVESIT l.t iN Scta in such
a way that It will be ABSOLUTELY
the eae time PAY A MODPERATE rAT OF
INTEREST, can bear eof an opportaunity ef so doing
,C. S. C.,
Box D, Post OffIce.
IThe Ienurtte are EQUAL If not SUPERIOR to
othe NEW UNITED STATES BONDS ae an juvet.
met. PAYING A HIGHR RATE OF INTEREST
and OFFE RING GREATER AND ISTRONGER
GCARANT RES. je Op tf
T. J. BROWN,
PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER,
263............ Camp Street.. -2
Between Delord and P. ejfnrre,
Dealer in Wall Fapper, Gold and Velvet Border.
Window Shades. Cornlcee. Buff, Green and White
Nollande. Picture Cord. Tasela, etc.
Persoan who wrl take the trouble to ride up to my
place, which a only anie aquaree from Canal street,
will dud that my pricee ar from St to 25 per cent
lower then them of other deelern.
Sample. of Paper saet to the country, free. ca app I
ation. mbl Op tf
We are now ofring our SPRING IMPORTATION
of the abeve goods
AT REDUCED PRICES.
As them goods are perfectly freeb, the inspectIon
of purchaeers I. invlied to the snne.
D. IT. HOLMES,
coe 77 lyp Noe. 155 Canal and 15 Bourbon ste.
OFFIOC OF LEW OBLEAN BOMtTETAD AS
SOCIATION-I16 Poydras street, ooner Camp.-Nes
Orlean.s, June Ptb, 1878 -The Stockholders of thie
Auoolation are herby notifed that a LOAN will
be offered on MONDAY EVENING, July ls, 3878,.
at 7o oolok, In the Hall over the ooie of the Aaod
ation, 116 Pydras street.
The publio are cordially invited to be present.
JOHN T. GIBBONb, President.
T. J. O'SULLIVAN,
Secretary and Treasurer. jJ.3 It
UT. JOZHSCATHOLIC T. A. CADZTl.
Tb. Q~aartatj M..UDE of a St. Jo~yksep. 0.. A.
0.4w ulil tak. place In St. Joseph'. Hall, cae of
301085 ma 00U~ dfstret, 331? SUNHDAY, July
7, aS.dmh pt6m.
j - sa whi rJda m. t~avit r k. pmm.
SURELT Al THE VS i 3 eom4 sms h
usaaL may th eaheooel. demand fo
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperet,
Who ueestlhoreSI" wae ndºb. emSay rm 5 hies isg~erlemi
age. FromIwrlr he asS Lded oI~rl. keih
Ae sari plap p rom laho asS river, wel or
Calbr C oCome IeaeiSY ýreoeddume tobtr hm eeio
rseey fhroyy ah4 iatalae).hUFIe
Cenetlpalesy. Spe bye,. med eli - he at U.1ii dld..
orders moest prevaleat as hle maun.
SOLD BT ALL DEDSGIUTS. _arnita
r4 0 1
a o :o O
" 8 8 .- 8
DENTIST............. ... .....-.DE11TIrF
JAB. B. ALAPP, D. D. B.,
16..... .......Baronse Stres.......e 15
FIBBT-CLASS DENTISTar AT RZASOWABL*
E FAVORITEa "DRY WIN.
Great Britain, Russia and Germany:
DRY EXTRA QUALITY
The Most Delicious "Dry" Wine.
15 THE MAREST.
FOR BALE EVERYWHERE.
RARE8BIDE * MAZS.z
JmAtB.mp CLARKPP, D. D. B.,
15.,..,,.....Eaonue Streot..... .,..15I
COMMUNION 1 COMMUNION. -
PH.T-CL D ANTITONIA RE A
Corner Josephine sad Constanee Streets.
Has jost received a large e.eek of
Pure Wax Candles for First Communion;
WTATS, VE, as ao,
THIE FAVORITE "~DRY" WHIZ.
BookGreats, Breadsn, RuWhite Gloves, Fansy:
DRY EXTRA QUALITY
Theand all ar.lolest ear for First ommeals.
Call sad *xamine hts R~ee before parebaging elis*
Plur fmed to order. 5 T.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
RARESRIDE &t MABS.
unhltlmlp CLARK & MEADER.
CONRST COMMUNION! C UNIO
P. AFIRST COMMUNIONI,
oParenter Jdearphdin osad Cohtldren ae larlted a
RE t anrvd amlae my stock of
Pure Wax Candlesble for rldren makFg theirst Commuaionl
WREATE3, VEILS, SASH 153013,e
th prBookices, I eadst, Whitare Gslovew as anwse
FOURTH DISTRICT S0HOOL B00E DEPOT.
and all ar.loleo cocemly fo ·LroS Cemuse..
Call emS enegoe hofore . por_ dg eles.
PliCUoO ramehd to order. mh4i Up 17
FIJ Z CO UNION!
Parents. ate 1Robited trees.
. URDALS ma
FOUTh DAISTICT SDHOOL BOOK DEPOT
610....... ... Maga~slnotroet...........p
onl 77Iyp Wear Jceepbiae.
Ooe. o, Hebts ehoese
Aln oomine a ttene should be aho ssmed ho Al9
Mechanic' mad Tedver' Reobsage. adder Us. ChMA
rE.n.nhovedr ordemtlvaooedar Is. ma islf
FOILT. PARICK' BAL FOlr RNT
F rs ,ai Kas>, cosrar no ý°.seasi. 1
In St 1. 2t1 d 706 TMe·~srll* LAROES ADiM
Oraesmo, and Z naltble far Dar DryYard, sa
Blazkamaith np, ba Aaur. and varlma aupamp.
pas. Apply Is W. U. N*BLUW,
mp lf 285 C aml stree. aetna. usmadyb
ST. PATRICK'S HALL FOR RENT
FOR BALLS, CONCZIlt AND AIRD.
1s Pearlrke .mi. wte LARGT AnD MlNI
HALL lN TEE CITY, will be embed by So
semamoum at ereds, the man will be sm"e be Za.
Pr L0.3. *
1ERIA smara *NV.arynes