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53W /us. so3w rT. MARCH 24. le. Lt. Places de Paul'e Ckurc.-Thesolemn pro session of the "True Crems," which oeour sao anally in St. Visoent de Paul's Church, Third Distriot, wlll take place to-day, at SI o'cloek p. s. The procession will be comosd of the children of the Catholic schools, Gardian Angela' Society, Confraternity of our Lady of Seven Dolors, Coqfraternity of the Children of Mary, of young men carrying the instruments of the Passion and Christ on the Croses, and of members of the clergy'with the officiating priest bearing the relmc of the True Cros. The ceremonies will open with two short ser mes, one in French by Rev. Father Paillonu, the eloquent Jesuit miedener from Syria, the other in English by Rev. Father Jos. Anastaett, Vice-Chancellor of the District of San Antonio, Dioceee of Galveston; and at the return of the procession to the ehuroh, Will elose with the --Benediction of the Moat Blessed SBarament and the adoration of the True Cross. -- The Lrar elr Msds--The misihon at St., Jeseph'sChnrch closes to-day t High Mass. In every respect it has bees an unexampled sue ease, the people displaying a seal and fervor which manifested in an undoubted manner their appreeiation of the benefts aocruing to them from a faithfhl attendance. So great have been the eorwds which thronged the church, occupying every available inch of ground, that numbers have turned away disap pointed at being unable even to effect an en tranee. CITY rITrm . - St. Fineset de Past Cwhurch.-At the next ladies' fair for the benefit of St. Vincent do Panl'a Church, one of the Snest signal lamps, silver plated, ever imported, with the follow ing inscription, "Won at the St. Vincent do Paul's Fair, April, 1872," will be put to vote between competing fire companies. Duwtiagusked Fi itor.-Very Rev. E. Soria, Superior General of the Congregation of the Holy Cross arrived in our city last Thursday evening. Father Borie, after spending a few days in the city, intends proceeding to Texas A Fortunate Number.-We are requested to state that No. 31 won the silver water cooler with plate and three goblets to correspond, of fered at the Annunciation Table, at the Fair beld for the benefit of St. Vincent's Home, at Odd Fellow's Hall. The holder of the ticket will receive the prize by calling at No. 34 Esplanado street. Societyof Bt. FiToet de PauL.-On the second Sunday after Easter, April 14th, the general Communion of this society will take place at St.Joseph's Church at 71 o'clock Mass. The general meeting will be held at St. Vincent's Home, the same evening at 5 o'clock. Popularitj.-We understand that the people of St. Joseph's are determined te find out at their neat fair who is the most popular man in Branch No. 3 of the Hibernian Association, so they have concluded to offer a splendid breast pin for competition between the members. Two strong men and good have already had their claims advanced by friends, and a lively time is expected before a decision is come to. TILRBRAPRIC SU ATRY. UNITED STATES. WAlaoNGToN.-The Louisiana delegation of colored men had an interview, together with Senator KellogggMarshal Packard, Col. Carter and others, with the Presidentby appointment on the 20th. When they arrived at the White House Senator West and Gov. Warmoth were with the President. Warmoth proposed to compromise, declaring his willingntss to sunp port the nomination of Gen. Grant. After the interview with Gov. Warmoth terminated, the other gentlemen had along interview with the President. They went over the whole ground of diference, declaring they could not compro miss with Warmoth, having no confidence in his pledges. The tecretary of the Treasury, Secretary of War and Postmaster General as sisted the President in the attempt at solving the difference of the Louisiana factions. It was a semi-cabinet affair. &Beate.-A bill was introduced by Mr. Kellogg to aid in rebuilding levees on the Mississippi River, providing for the issue of United States 10.40 bonds at the rate of $16,000 per mile-o the Mississippi Valley Levee Company, to aid in the construction of the levee from Cape Girardeau, Mo., to Fort Jackson, La. Mr. Sawyer gave notiee of a motion to retain the present duty on rice. He said there were few branches of industry in the rice producing States which are aided by protective duties while the people of those States paid taxes al most for the benefit of the industries of other States. There were probably 20,000 families in Georgia and South Carolina depending upon this culture for support. House.-The bill regarding bridges over the Ohio River passed. It requires all bridges above the mouth of the Big Sandy to have one span not less than ninety feet in heighth above low water, and forty feet above the highest water. All below that point to have one span not less than one hundred feet high above low water, nbud forty feet above the highest water, and all below the Covington and Cincinnati nsuspension bridge to have in addition to sncu high span a pivot draw giving two clear open ings of one hundred and sixty feet each. NEw Yoax -The transactions in Erie stock since the change in the Directory have been enormous, as many as 100,000 shares changing hands in one day. It is stated that fully twelve millions of Erie atock is now in the control of Jay Gould, half of his private property being removed. He retired from the board merely to be enabled to renew the fight. It is reported that the consolidation of Heath & Raphael and the McHenry & Bischoffheim interests in the Erie Railroad in England has been effeeted, which, if correct, will narrow the contest for the control of the road to American and English parties. It is alsostated that of 780,000 shares, less than 250,000 are now owned in America, large numbers having been bought by the agents of fereign hbosesin this city during the past week. Typhus and typhoid fevers are prevalent in the Hoeuse of the Good Shepherd in Brooklyn. Forty-two eases are now there, Including four of the Sis-* ters of Mercy while another of the latter has died. The pbysicians are as yet unable to check the disease, and the patients are re moved to the country hoep ta for contagions diseases. Six deaths occurred in Brooklyn.. since the 14th inst., from cerebro spinal menin gitis, which has appeared to some extent in all parts of that city. MAsACIIUSlErre-.-A majority of the Legisla tive Committee on the subject have reported a bill to amend the constitution so as to give -iomen the right ta vote and hold offlce. The minority of committee consent. Referees between tne Eastern Railroad and Stephen D. aster, have awarded tweaty-Ave thousand eight hundred daliars damages. Thayer lost alt his aers; his left eye was entirely de stroyed; i left ear nearly deaf, and right eye in e oritial a conadition that total blindnes may relt. Carosanr.-Oune thousand Apaches, lately on the reservation, are now on the war path in Artison. Gen. Crook has started for Tooto Bans, with friendly Hualabatys for scouts. The press of this coast are united against any farther meddling with the operations of Gen. crook by the Peace Commissioners Msnsuermr.-The Legislature will adjoarn on the 5th of April. The bill creating Colfax county passed after a hard struggle by a strict party vote. The Supreme Courthas rendered a decision thabtrailroads that daring the war paid their Stat lnadebtedanes in Confederate and Mississippi cottoa money, are entitled to no credit for said payments, and that all such so called payments must be renewed in legal-cur- reney. The our also decided that a citisen bnrning cottn by order of the military author Ities during the war, cannot be held for dam agei by the ownber of said cotton. xNOtI.xD. There was an extraordinary seene in the Commons on the 19th, when fir Charles Dilke Introduced his motion to inquire into the ex peuses of thq Crown. Sit Charles rose to put the motion amid peau excitement and a storm of groans and ch s, and in a firm and mod erate tone of volbsealled attention to the oivil list, and then moved for returns, showing the duties of the Auditor, to whom he makes his reports, and copies of snuch reports for each year since the aceession of Victoria, eto. Sir Charles, having suoeeded in reading hie mo tion to the sed, though frequently interrupted, proceeded to support it in a set speech, during which derisive laughter wasbheard in all parts of the House, in the galleries as well as on the floor. At thu conclusion of Dilke's speech, Gladstone rose, whereupon order was resumed and the members became attentive. Gladstone contradicted positively the statement that the civil list has increased, and corrected Sir Charles sharply on other points. One who as sumes to instruct the public, he said, must at least be accurate. Mr. Herbert member for Nottingham, who seconded Dilke a motion, at tempted to speak, but was interrupted by con fusion. The galleries were cleared, but after ward reopened. Finally the motion was-re. jected by 274 against 2-all tile Conservatives and many of the Liberals having previously left the chamber. The result was greeted with cheers and laughter. Sir Wilfred Lawson, member for- Carlisle, and George Anderson, member for Glasgow, in addition to-Auberan Herbert, supported the resolution of Sir Charles Dllke. Anderson and Herbert were anmong the tellers appointed to count the vote on Sir Charles' motion. Mr. Gladstone, in re plying to questions in the House of Commons said that Parliament would be informed at all times of the spirit, aim, direction and policy of the Government on all important questions. As far as the Alabama Claims were concerned, he believed the speech of her Majesty on the npening of the session gave all necessary in formation. Mr. Gladstone, in conclusion, said it would be impossible for the government to delegate to Parliament the power of making treaties. IRnLAND. St. Patrick's anniversary was observed throughout Ireland. No disturbance is re ported. At Dregheda there was a great open air celebration, at which speeches were made upholding Home Rule` and denbuncing the Government for refusing to liberate the-Fenian prisoners. The celebration in Cork was of unusnal proportions. A maassnmeeting was held in the City Park, at whiehit is estimated that 15,000 persons were present No disturb. ance occurred. Mr. Bonyane presided, and made a powerful speech. He said the mose despotio government in Europe would not bave allowed such an oceusion as the royal thanksgiving to pass without signalizing it by amnesty to political prisoners. The Queen of England should remember that her dynasty owed its existence to the greatest perjurer of modern times, "The Dullke of Marlborough." Providence seemed to interpose to remind -er of that, for in the same carriage with the Queen, when O'Connor presented his pistol and petition, sat a lady of honor who was a de scendent of the Churchills. ngiant had never granted anything from motives of justice; concessions had always been wrong from her through fear. The speaker's beld denunciations were received with prolonged obeering. FRANCS. The Commissaion of Pardons having rejected the appeals of Fedel, Qaestel and Gerard, the three Communists convicted of murdering hostages, they were shot on the 16th at Satary. The Committee on the Defense of Paris have submitted a report condemning the present system of fortifications around the city, and and the Government has refused to fortify the points occupied by the German troops during the siege. A deputy..pade a speech in the Assembly, arguing that France nmeeded an army of 1,200,000 tmen, to keep pace with her neigh boring powers. It is rumored that Gen. Bour baki has sent a challenge to Marshal'Bars gusy d'Hilliers. AUSTRIA. An Imperial decree has been issued dissolv ing the Diet of Bohemia, and ordering elde. tions immediately for a new Diet, which is convened for April 24. Workmen in the mines of the Rothschilds at Witkowitz. enraged at the non-payment of their wageos, attacked the office of the Superintendent; gaining entrance they burst open the safe, appropriated its con tents, and then demolished the building. Sml diers were called our. milmd fired on the rioters. Four were killed and fifty wounded, and one hundred arrested. Order h s been restored. The mines are guarded by military. IEXICO., Particulars of Gen. Trevino,'s dlefemt uemr Z.t catecas proves more dl.listros to the revolu tionists than at first reported. While the bat tle was progressing, one thousand of Trevilno's men revolted-andt-jrrined-ei,. Rocha, whbici created a panic, r-esllting in thie rout. m tihme revolutionists and the captm.re ,of Trevino's main conlmand, with all their material of It has been said that no man is so bad but what he has anse soft spot In his boheart, and it may almo be asserted that no country is so sterile or marasby hbut wrht soe go.d m s be got frOm It. Thus oear soamps and marshes prodcm a tatlmu whichb - i seid In our marketa by the Indlanes, who cal it osgntpri. which has beu proved, by numherle e xperiments, to ba a rapid wror Dorghs, eolds. croep. browbinbe sGsr Wthme I salso gives relief to consomptves in advanced stha ot the discuss. Mr. Laplaces. Z and Wr ailver an elds stet pretpares the jese oft d teimpIn osh a masnner as to preerve allia virtuoes, and we are pleued to iern that the experenoe ef years bhaao thoreughly convineed oar citinens of the efficacy ot the Idis Tarnip Peem mi Balm that tbosu'4e of bottles are sold annuuly. mor dle by all druggists. BBlaekmar claims that his "Temple of Music" oeffrs the best please, at lower prics end oen easier terms of pmnehe, than noy other house in the South. In p-roeof hlebh he sa that no one will deny that the-..icer in." -p..no is ,..cnd to none In the world. and yet be seila mha Chicker-lng at 51,0. which ls t100 lea than the price ofahtiefl, thteek. Stein way, Dracker. Decker. itaait-mo. Pbe. Gray, Weher. Hallet and l)sva. and many others nho boast that iybe are as "good u a Chickeariug." Again. he keeps no cheaplymade auction pianos. Inhich are dear at say paime)-a, h be eIIs the welltknown, reliaile instruments fem the aold "Crovesteen " Factory attmJy. We woumnld request our lady readers, andl all Interested in the parchase of-ty gmoods. to examine attontirely the card of Messrs. liraelman & Adume., IRs and 54 ]bcagsiaaastmr-at. We do ihis from a firm conviction that ihay (the ladies. clii derive lhst percales of the pretuieat s, yle asloan a fifteen cents. genuine Irish linen of the ionest quality-each piere gamasnteeem to custain tnamty.fumi'yada-and at the remiskahi low rice of eves-,,lhas a pisee. Bt i.t ·~!deI :d d.tg s leab~ Vicatna, Mmss., March 90, 1$l. Tothe ster st Maaes star . As the anniversary of tIreled's Patres Saint baa one more paed away In thegrand revo lotion of temel sttppoes our reaiers will be !nterested in kItnowng how the feast of the great and illustrious t, -Patrick was honored ,,, nsthis City of the Hills. March 17th was ase gloomy s day as could poedmhly have been asected fir sin Item the posstire eale year; we had an eA almsot e iOuoss rain all Stuiday night and the greater prto of Sanday bet, as the grand aebra tloi of the annitvereart was not to have taken place until the next day. Monday, our Hiber nianes qletly and. hopefully awaited the ap pearanee of old Sol bhimelf on that morilngf M'onday came at last. and with it sunshine and fair prospects for at leant a dry time over -bead, if not underfoot, for our streta were inches deep with the slush that our oity is so noted for after a rain. The hour appointed for the asetmbling of the celebrants waes 10:.0 A. ., hbut It Semed as , if we were doomed to disappointments, for at 9 o'clock the fire alarm hells sounded an alarm for the fire on Washington street, of which you have ere this read an aoeont in our datly papers, and as most of the Hibernians are like wise firemen, and as no true firemen could hear the sound of alarm without giving his fellow man all the assistance in his power, this fire 1 had a tendency to delay the formation of th procession. Whether it was that our gallnt firemen worked harder, or for whatsoever reason it may be, the fire was subdued in a shaborter space ot-time than we antieipated, and after all the fatigue and labor at the fire, our noble Hibernians at last formed into line at the Washington Engtine House, at 11 o'clock, b.eaded by Dr. O'Leary, Marshal, with as sistant Marshals C. M. Flanagan and L. M. Hall. Then followed the Constitution Band, bwhich, I must here say, is the pride of our city, as it is compcsed of young men of this slace, the most of w-hom did not know a note tI mean a note in music, and not green-back 'cotes) before they formed-the bahd. Next in Srder came the members of the old Hibernian Association and other invited guests, ably ;nuptported on either side by Assistant Marshals s1. MoManues nod Geo. Hardy; then came-the carriage in which was the Rev. Father Tracy, of Huntsville, Ala., the orator of the day. -aoompanied by the Rev. Father.Bennett and Mr. John Hartigne, the worthy President of the Hibernians: immediately after came the officers and members of the assoeiation, in double file, wearing their magnificent sashes of green silk. About midway in the line I noticed our genial friend Frank Gallagher, doint his share of duty in supporting the really splendid banner of the association. This last division, which numbered somewhere in in the neighborhood of 150 members, received the attentions of Assistant Marshals M. Doyle and I. C. Patrick. Next in order were some forty boys, ranging from seven to twelve years of age, sons of the members of the Asso ciation, who were, as it appeared to me, a looker- on, as if they were following in the footsteps of their fathers in more senses than one. After going through the entire line of march, an account of which would only be superfluous here, they at last reached the termination of the route, whereupon the Rev. Father Tracy delivered the address, which was in the main as follows : " The Irish race might Justly be compared to the wide-spreading Banyon tree of the East, --oseo primary branches after mounting as it were in majesty towards heaven descended to earth again and there retaking root spread it self over a vast extent of territory, thus af fording beneficently both fruit and shade. Thau had it been with the Irish race. That great Banyon tree whose roote were sunk deeply in Irish soil, bhad spread its branohee over the entire world. North, South, East and West, and there was no place where the Irish bad settled that had not been been bene fitted by them, their courage, their industry, and theirperseverance. The Reverend-gentle men then adverted to their claims to respect and merit in this country. The Irish had been steadfast to the cause of American independ ence in days of trial and peril. Irish Generals had command tionary war, and oo en as ommodore Barry and the O'Neills had borne the stars and stripes in triumph o'er the briny deep. In educational matters the Irish people who had sought homes on the free soil of America, were not behind their fellow citizens of other nationalities; Irish generoelty had endowed, and Irish genius had adorned, some of the most flourishing institutions of this country. And though last, not least, in religion were they also well represented. All had heard of the celebrated discussions be tween Archbishop Hughes and the Rev. Mr. Breckenridge. They were both Irishmen, and as the old saying has it, "when Greek meets Greek, then comes the tug of war." Arch bishop Purcell, of Cincinnati, had successfully shet that distinnished Scotch-Irishman, the founder of the GCampblliUtees dl-he-was near ly forgettiuig to tnletiol: the name of that dis tinguished Irashman,Bishop England, of South Carolina, who had so distinguished himself in his discussion with Mr. Forsyth, as well as on other occasions. In fine, wherever honest merit and civic virtues could avail, the Irish people were always sure of success. Both North and South had convincing proofs of what they were and what they could achieve. He was sure that when the mission which Providence had assigned them was fulfilled, they might hope fora great and glorious era of prosperity in their nativeland. God would raise up a strong arm to lead thenm to victory, and they would inot then seek in vain the friendship and sympathy, or the assistance of the Amerrcan people." After the Rev. 1F:ther had inislhed, several toasts were given and responded to as only truie hewrited Irishmeni can reply. Everybody present on the occasion enjoyed himself and stlore to make the balance enjoy thmitseevm s. C. 0. I. The P'icayune says that thele is a project on foot to remove nil the smnll buildings, the lros bsild iog sad the fuutnlon from sonal tin'esi, and Itves soes ora Irn uto breah the subject of the removal of Clay's statue from the stand It isa ocespied st the COnesee of Canal and Royal siesta for so manv years. If the latter part ofthis project be adopted, tbs gmreat city ceotre. whimh wu known to evem3one. and eroand whith elus t- so many saociatlons, wllt have been taken fmom us, and none people wtll be almost lost for want of a known point from bhich to camlruate distances retc. Forte iately. however, bthis project was not mooted somes time ;o, when the above conalderation would have made it Ssubject of sose mooment, but now it matters little, as elsay polweno haye slready singled out the depot of the celerated tlanger lewing machine C.."pany. u.o, s ronatstreet as. tbe ouatl poiLnst f the ty. and hence r-lnrs notlets the renoval of o eerT. Tbe Stogder "anlaner hao beeome loTed ad eboreisnd meismbers of so magiy hoeholds thWat ill bat nate tha tLatrhs honor _old I pontaorusly be eoafemd upon the depot from whie. they are furnished. CrrY TAlms.--We publish Lisewhere an im porrtaut notiee to taipayer fmron Mr. J. S. Walton, Ad naniotrator of FiPnance. The advertlsement is explicit and gives timely wxeleg as to the Administrator's in" tton of enfoerlng the isv. -ARI) OF TiHANKS. On behalfof Srmnch To. 3. albernian Benevolenat and Mtuatl Aid Asoelatln of Louisiana, I reture our incere tbhank to the Fair Unknown, for the beautiful .reath ef Shamrock Leaves; Also to Mrs. Martines and Miss McArdle, for the Vreath of lied, White and Green, acompeaied with chb ilacere wishes for our welfare and occes las the cune of Charity; And to Mime Lisie Donnorvn, for s wreath of Green . oh o which dorated our flagO e on st. ratrick' Dfay. assuring the Fair Doeore that sech narkn of esteem wi:l eover remain a green spot in our .emorie. in.J ' 'P MstI~f- lU.~-! PsnI=CaO~ ihire r T TeTimmio l d a sl Wll diae Us athel. tve jsare sI hitJ.NtDope'w B. J, r, sWilliam Bn ai . ,a r M.-iss sl i L. Sweers, or eh@ this Dn.ar Wm a ol ...pm ed use Jr der h v eawa s Mai rsh 1. ho• 7" Mat As Je wlis te n ori e anR H pm pleas' fo tiadvamme of th efort o r y Never mere 111 his lset tepa'bo beard, never agaln ilto we bea ther ai ilir ho ed wirds work his timrr elag r he s wars Jmmie l indly pkes 'Mamma'' .r "Papae" n the ever seedy oe. esap tin s les-l mae U a a h ,him by a e, or bi althr. Always willing a smodries say prsesa pleasu" fsa tthle dvan we tlmenk t the esaert at ethos1 ever rM weady to give his brother a helngd, ed I his wk the Two short meda h age he left homet der a nbse ples re incidet or mlo, tho ldaysh de to est his deter safely to her hems In Vlah.Sbrg. While these be in. seelead a pamsag in blr iealft o Mmorye, nd ad ittle did we thick as the tim that ear Jmmisr would aso asn he lain in his coid, sld lgavel Gi'lm nes ktml parents, wasp not dear deters and brothers, for Jimmli. althoegh lead to em ea ithrests ladL.oss eel lmmrtal wthkOod's obese above, eed has ealy gone before us to intercede In our behalf, before. the Heavenly Throne of Him who give and who takes away. CtantLv. 31W : DILLON-On .Saturday, Marse I, 187, Walter Dal. les. seed thirty-nles years, a native of county Mayo, Ireland eeld fir the last Se years a readet of thi Benevolent and m btual Aid Associatien of Louisien. - vTUMMY-O Wedneedsy Marh 10. at I o'clock P. .. tmhotbL Far eldl, wifoof nsTumemy. sned fort). even years. a native King county, Ireland. DOLAK-On Mond mor -os y March Ie. 1874 Mtr. Cotberin Dhe elaen frye ear. a natrv of Cummislg. MC DULLIl--On Menday, Marh i.S. to siolel A. . rs. Marn McCallum, aged forty-twoyears, u natlve of eunty Letri., Irelaned. and a reideknt of this city for the past twenty rive yearn. SULLIVrAN-At litL. x., M1arch 17, Jeremitb .111. va. ged friylt years. a natie ve o te paruli of roournt ounty orrerP. Ireand, anend a reide ofl this city for the last tenty iv years.d SULLIVAN-On Tuesday. March 18. ate o'clock r. ., Patrick Sullivarn, aed t fty-eight ys a native of Longford cooty,en Ireland, and a rlide S o thi or th east thirty years. DOWNEY-OP Saturda, March 1t. 174n. at4. .M, rOn. Brl Donesy, wit ot the lts Thomas Dwney, ep" Iamrs n, a native o Doloe, oooy Ge ry, Ioiano, d lor th e luo rt thioor p-oas resi dent of thie city. hal_ r__ _ o J ACOB OTT, H J BUILDER, I 184 Dlord Street, near Tiol Circle. Jobbing done with dispatch. Prompt eed prsonal attention given to eneral repairs of stors and dwel Inugs Cisterns made and repaired. Orders leftat shop, or Boz 883 Mechaeoni Boehm e corner St Charles ond Gravier ta., praomptly retto to H. u h n t i irv JadA J o NELwLY , *PTONE YARD, No. 184 St. Charles Street, Han always on hBand Ganite and MarYble boot Sills, Grave Stones, German and North River plags. Special attention will be given to jobbiong. Orderse promptly attended to. Jail emsp A MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT WILL en olVug or 2`n BELLORAVE MINSTRELS., in 2 Can0 NEW MOUNT C ANICOb A o TYLUM, Piety sIreet, ner Or tmen, On April Cit, to continue Three Nights, At 7 o'clock, Thd'proooeds to be devoted to paying the debt of the Asylom. TICKETS, TWENTY-FhIVE CENTOS. o hl4 t A. CARD OF THANKS. HAL. Bn~arcntNo.S. H. B. . .A.A., 1 At a meeting of thin Brsneh, held March 17, 1874, the following resolution& were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the loers tehanks of this Brohe-e tendered to Mrs. Tbomas Gnsmeyfor abeautiful wreath; to Hon. Judge Myers, for his kLndnea to this Broanch to ur Marshal, Thomu Handley, an his Aids, D. . Burdon, John Elwood, M. J. Sheen and John MoCoy, alo to all thuse who conferred favors on this Braoch on the 17th of March, ld74. Resolved, That thems resolutions be spread on the minutes of thin Branch. oand that they be published in the Morning Star, Times and Plca3 uue newspapers. H. H. WARD, J. H. ESLIN, FRANK McELROY, -mh24_t _ Committ.. BARGAINS .... ... ....BARGAINS. We have SPRING DRESS GOODS as low as 15 cants per yard. vary good. Ws have NEW CALICOS as low as 10 cets per yard. fast celgrs. We have GOOD CORSETS as low uas 75 cents a pair, sold elsewhere at CO. We have WHITE PIQUIES as low as 15 caste, usually sol dt at cente. We have PERCALES as low as 15 cents, pretty styles. We have 4-4 ENGLISH CALICOS as low as 1i cents, dooble purple. We have NINE IRISH LINEN, as low as 7 n piece, warranted twenty-four yards. We hlve LOTSDALE COITON, as low ae 171 cents, soft finish. We hare COTTON DIAPER as low as 1 45 a piece, ten yardsE WE RAEf LOTS OF OTHE BOARGAINS. BRASELMAN & ADAMS, 5e6 and 588.....MAGAZINE STREET.....:, snd Se Corner St. Andrew street, mhl7 It CASHI iOU ,E. Tf. L BYRNE '& CO. Eic. 7o tFOID _. THEIR LADY FRI-NDS THi PUBLIC GENERALLY Selling All Classes of Dry Goods .AT T15 LOWEST POSS'IBLE PRIOES. Upper orner S egnt e sad w Pacea ate. THE OPPDE OF THE HOLY WEEK In Latin and Engllsh. Edition of l174 A large snpply In various style freo 50 cetot, upwards To bh bad at CAB. D. ELDEr S, Cahlelio Bookstore, 114 Camp street ohE4 It ·Laayette Itqunr, New Orleans. TEMPLE O' MUSIC, 201 .............Canal Street ...........901 The Best Planes at the Lwast P oric and en the CR OIC, a OI Ie FRESE OROCBiEs I W* ' Mape y 11a the atteatie at bead4e at OL e iO. y oar well aeel te eseltk of hee IMPERIAL, GUNPOWDB3I " mrGLI3S URBAKFAST ea JAPAN TEAS, - very se. ad fesh, and a greatly retwee priues. Choue Tele-w OOSDUN BeUWn, "( _C AM O0a3 gu E rt Mesand Ni 1 MACIIIL, OODlmB., Rea sad Relnamd maI reHM , Chdaa SuarCu d RAMSm, BarP TOsNe Us John . Rooe es C. U'aanaseawd RAMS, FULTON MARKET BEr and PIG PORK, S BREAKPAST BACON. GREEN HAMS sad SROVULDELS Plant.' Smtth' Ten Satrke. and ether Chute. Brandm of ILOUR Mewea'sn ad Detesm'e ALE, Bys . l .deaim. PIdvtUI. REMEI BEER. Walaee'. en3.a -Dal ad Moillier Old Beeorbo WElSH?. sr yeas aId. Otard, Dnpy & Cea.' BRANDY. CLARET, by the ease or geuMe. Which we will sell at the Lowest Cash Pisses An God suenar lsned to gln ea sabeon, ad d4lvr. ord to iay part of the edty be of drayage. A. W. SKARDON & CO., Corner of Jackson and Rouseaun sroeste, Fearth DistrIet. mhS4 It GRAND OPENING. LADIES, ATTENTION ! THE LATEST SPRING ATTRACTIONS Will be opened on MONDAY. March l5. AT Tn3 Fashion Emporium of Mrs. M. Doherty, No. S Canal treet, Where may be found the latest styles of MILLINERY GOODS for Ladles and Miss. A Se assortmenat of RIBBONS AND PLOWER,. of the latet shades and hUe., amoog which are the ateet novelties, called PARIS IN FLAMES and PARIS IN ASHES, which should only be seen to be appreclted. White Trench OHIP HATS AND BONNETS, together with elaeasrtIaenL of SPRING BTRAWS, either Trimmed or Untrimmed. PANO. Black and Gold the Uhblon, wlih et 6r tortolse Jewelry. LADIESD RBADY-MADI E UITS, Overdreae, Traveling Drs en sad Underwear, at nearly ouehalf the price of goode made up here. Also, OLD LADIES' CAPS, black, and white, ready made. All saies of the latest novelty which l boooming fashionable. THE SARATOCA BUSTLE, which combines the improvements o.1 other ste Ladles vislting the city can have D ms mde at a few hours' notice, this department being under the immediate supervlaton of Mrs. Megrid., a modiste of twenty.one years euperlaees. 93 A full assortmento L BUTTERICK'S PAPER PATERNS always on band at mb14 It MRS. DOHERTY'S. es Canal st. T MINRL SPERM OIL. This Oil oomblut .eal theesns lent llInmieatIng quail. tUe f Kerosene OiU together with perfect alfoty; an Oil that can be transpertod bhlani or se, etored In ware. hoouses hasdlsd and oused y any one, however careless. ly. lighted reasp Illed, hrned in kichen over trea. In bolter and en-- sreoms, In fact used anywhere, end fot anyl porpe of llumlnlntion as safely as our fathers uswhablrpe or erm oiL. lailn o bout 300 d.e g,' Nbreelt, ie boilsg point 530 Fahrenheit Ie both of tbese particular sbout tIb sn noas whale, spere orlard oiL It will sot sIile nder 300 Fahrenhel, and msneeqnnty ab selntey af. IT WILL NOT TAKE TIRE INCASE OF BREAK. AGE OF THE LAMP. THE OIL WILL EXTINOUISH THE FLAME. Tbhe Oil Itself has no odor while burning. It give a lit of TEN.CANDL ' POWER, at a coat not o sl o ed. Oing Oe.Half Cnt Per Hour, and for ligýting rairoad an, steamero, facIoren and dwelling houe Ita i -. vaIeble, and cannot be too hllbly recommended. The Oil I. patented, and made by a procel whoch Insure la uniformlty. It burns with great arlllan.y In the DUAL BURNER, requIreos but little attention and no trimming. The Oil never gums ni the lamp, u It absorb. no oeyren from the ottephero. It does aot deteriorate by age. This Burner ST. all ordinary coal Oil lamps. REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BURN THIS OIL: t. It absolute saetry to life and property. . The I.ret bOtilliany of the lIght. . Ito economy. betnLg bout the sam a Kerosene. 4. It perfect fr edom from odor. The MINERAL SPERM OIL ha been adopted by the Board of Supervising Inspectors, for usen on all Steam Velels, and has been approved by the Presidete of Ineurenco Companie. in Sew York, Boston and New Orleane. We Invite all who are Interested to call and ,amle. Send fot circelars, for Mineral permn Oil and Dual Burner. BOSTICK I T YE OU, tole Agoent For Louisana, Alaboama, tmlseppl and Teae. 45 and 47 Flout st. and nd 4e Fuiten at., mh l l1Sp e New Oreesss AT STIICTLY LOW PRICES. --JUdT RE(CIVED - Our New Stock of Spring and Summer DRY 0008. BLACK CANVAS GIENADINES. IRON GlRINADIN, In Black and Cuouored. POWNA I.E GILENADINES SATIX STItI'EID GR.iSNIDIf .R, In Black aud Col ored. White and Colored PIUES. FRENCII OROGANDIES. Ladies' Ready-Mad. Latli and Underelr. NEW NECK TIES. W-lITE GOODS OF RYERY DESCRIPTION. We offer the above Ooods AT STRIOTLY LOW PRIO'E, THEY ARE Al NEW AND FREtSH. The Upper City Dry Goods House of O'DONNELL, WEMETr a CO., 043 and 015.....MAOAZI E _STEET.....04 ai 045 Lower Corner of Ja o srent,. mb54 It Two Blo aboveo Misgele MLrket. BELFAST GINGER ALE. R. L. NEILL. l- ..........Ogavier Street............19. Solo Agent for tbe Eaftoere. CANTRELL & COCIIRA.E, mhispm It llfnt, Irelnd. S(COTL'BH ALE AD PORTER. ABROL & SONS, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND. =Te abov eelebrated AE L and l'ORYTEIL~y he had a tbo principal Wheolesle (irury Moose. tn the UII R. ERALEY, mLsi7 mSp Agent tor Arvol & ono 77 tirvr . CISTERN MAKEB, Corner Howard and Poydru street, New Oleanos. Reody m istorn, of tIe beet eseed cypr., FLAX sOODS....... FPLAX GOD SHIRTING LINENS. ]Im the **ok,<ad waS.sheto r RIcarLDSON, o80N8 OWDnrm Pneuc sm wsiah. to man vs ame.ve. SAROAINS IN FLAX OCO0S. would do you to . .oi and Atmus the U lowa. 30 to 1t4 borley arnM HUT . 7.4 to 1.4 s/g and Dmboe DAUAS. 7.4 bto 14 French SATIN DAMASr. 16.4 to 54 TABLE AZNRVONB. 39 to 3-4 Damak NAPINUB. DOTLIN, Hook sad Diaper TOW3L DI&P353 oCaRaS ote., etc.. with a full am 01 Nolhuadeow L-NZ. frTme the oeensmt to the fasoitle&h the soabe artm·lms wee pmarse pveoeas t ahe large sdvaoes tS 71as mamuetrea, am we are pre. pared to eoar the edn th ome atre geu apret. SD. H. HOLMS, mhlth pt Nos. 155 C.m alsat .beaa g et. ST. 8TANI 8LAIV 001o9usAA OOLL.O5 VAT St. Lom, MLme Thia iaatitotmi. charheud by the 3St.3 Jtla~ere. . and cosdnotad by the shn o the vehere.s., n bulbedn im the olh e m0 mndi . ooil amm of thsr oeato and . o,. Summt r 33o ap.,, did lo.oa--o- i-- peS it1SommS. S hoa.tblhii exorehm and amahmemnt the prupils The eJ Cente compais lls o the boTahe of T ,poo Zleiae ed ordaia. Board and TuaflUe at pe ev nOal .. advance ..o... u .... ..r py a .a e..............................of I Vacatiem. if apeot at the a m . wbL,,, Aro .... M L.........." ..... tEd11s, peC atho each, ................ nU aHerr mro meath...... . . n, e. ~ a ..... 1no. .n..O.e* .. a. ntren ..................... ....... l IF4 ýp - Otrnate I of the the THE SIXTH GRIND STATE FAIR Mebhanica' and Agilcultural Fair Amocia tion of Loslana Will ho held on the PAIR GUOUNPA, m the City of New Orleans, Aprl I se,, , N , I 1l. Itntbteomre Invited ham oovry votoe o A ole Theo vioLta the air by allred or 8tiamer v u4d procur. their rotur, tickets at the paint or departure. Premium cCataaoue will he mat to any adde.., e l ohori, by VpccmtioPn to - nrer and Treasures. ,no.Ki-n'Mealo Jo T uoo OTh-. Doneb,)J Jstoe newHlead/r., Ls. CITY TAXES OF 1871. DEPARYINT OF I[AIANC3 City Hall March ou, 179. The bill for. City Taxes of 137. levieod by ordinaama 1.01. Ila a ,d I733. sautnnU. to two per eat, are now iady fore delivery at this ol. Payment for tho ozty' proportion will )o rcoived is Certlloat of Appeplatlo. MetropoIItan Polito par raot. and etiloa em for amount prar1 esoM oUf w eTr Dent tax bilN of 3I70. Bot tho amount dua for I nret oUa the bonded-dbt mlst he paid in cash. Ta.pye ra. are mIoded that the mw oLhater mabh. it the dal of the Admtiasteator of Finanao to culleot t obh bilUs, and tb-At eja Irte -.r- o-r rha Leglalature can meet again. Is ia vainm hop., therm. foro for dalqmnoa to expect y relel by delay, M 1 will eaorersdly nfer the w aainst them o Jlieo to thoe who pay prampUy. JOHt 3. WALTON. abhi 40t Adminatrater ot inaae. NEW BERLIN CHROMOS AT Elder's Catholic Bookstore. Porcbmoar arm invlted to call llmal eau my now a-armoat, fun amyW o. thi BIItAUTIUL DEVOTIONAL PICu'JUREs. orp an oveu my Christmas Inveed. whoh pVe neua univoral asaltieu. - Sampk ~ sebt mre by mall to a dress Ip 4 Camp .stree.t. . Lafay.tut. a Jet 5ptf Pw UNr:=-. THE HIBERNIA INSURANCE COMPANF OF NEW ORLEANS. Capital stock, IC,000 OrISc. JO. ! CAMP s'RPC31. Insures Fire, Marine and River Risks JUICII MIcCLO3KEY. PrelStet. JI)HN JIlNIPIK)BYk , Voie Prodei TiSS I'. lBHllt , lhcretary. Ruth -t--r2c4, . ..rhn Aendrrue. 'etllck Irelu, Tb.. tilnore obhert Crny. Thus )Wali-. )dv. Cooersv. ruo. c(afrey. Jno T. O b1K,,,. - Juo. Fsrr.JI. Vm. CoUnway. lTh. McKrna. 7'h. . Markry. .Ih.h,.lea Burke. "to.. King. Joo. T Moer., l. M. O)'HrIn 'T'h... Ftswiillm. mihecl MLoafde, t dw. Jur,. lUod Jlkun. Joe. I). Mantl. Tho. Dunce. Jno iedernen. Jr. Edw Sweeney. K, iI. grief.. WSLUilm at, Puatrk Du'jer Joo. W. Lorkhrt. Jno. O. Ym'n. - Mlchael Dnoy. J Sply PCLMON"IC PASTE. AJ Invaluablenad euoveolot prpepratie. r brCOUOG ,all Inloamhoa of the I.ngo Priee3.7, per bez. Prpred only by Wholeoale DraggiatO, 139..............Caral street.............. Jade 3mBp 3e Orlenua. WANTS-FOR RENTS--ETC. SNFORMATION WAN4TE-OF ZLLEW. THE daughter ofG RTT DkBl18ALAYKas4 KATE NITZtUsBALD. Parleild Bberb. tmO ty Cork. Ire. lead. No embarked with her cousin. Core. Dreeleae, for Ame rlio rbot 1W7. ad came to Iew Olrnss, where she live for seaoato e. JOHiN ElVVF . her brother-in law, wouldbe grate tel Ito. ans lrmesion of ber. Plhe addrees Mre iLo Star (m4. sahl Is jM4ZICTiBG MIJM. 7ukK .- kilO o'ACLuUt ad wnlU-._r.aLv MmUui RIti ZN. IrO Caros. dle ste, will b ., oeted to orseteum. Clubs, eta.. bI the evening or m , re ble terms. A pply a the omco of the Moaense ItAlt. si I if. CATHOLIC MERCHANTS AND MECHllNAICs reqolrlog well Instructed BlOYT over atLe yramr of age. to au their buMsiee. roo prcure the same trots the S. Vieut' II.tlou fLr ihrtitute loy1 n Benvrllel sr by applying to the rrotldot. fil Cem mon eess. Tbohyu ea c 1., Lusri tat