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NEW thar..e. 1SUDAY. MLERCH Is its. THE CELTIC TONGUE. This poetic gem is printed anonymously in "Hayes' Irish Balleds," poblished some years since by Mr. Patrick Donhoe of Boon. The authorship of this poem, is new thoroughly established, and so is the authorship of most of the other splendid effusions appearing anonymously in Mr. Hayes' choice and valua ble collection. We trust that Mr. Donahoe in issuing a new edition, will not fail to furnish the name of the author in every possible case. It would be htt simple justice to render credit to whom credit is due. It would also prevent such literary piracy and wrangling as " Rock me to SlUep," "Fallen." " Beantiful Snow,' and other celebrated fugitive pieces have engendered and evoked. The author of The C0loe 2bOue, Rev. Michael Mullen died in Chi cago, April 24th, 1809, at the age of thirty-four years. He was born in the picturesque little town of Longhrea, in the wild and romantic county. of Galway, Ireland. He was edncated at St. rarlath's College, Team, and Maynooth College, Dutlin. At Maynooth he was ordain ed priest, and Tn v w ? t~ sl hining abilities, was immediately promoted to the Chair of the Professor of Theology. He filled this exalted position for eleven years with distinguished ability and credit. His studious and sedenta ry habits, having undermined his constitution, he was compelled to resign. Change of cli mate and scene were deemed necessary for him, so he came to Americaln 1864. After his arrival he entered the Catholic Seminary of Troy, as Professor of Mathematics and Moral Philosophy, and remained ibout a year. He from Troy, proceeded to the College of Notre Dame, South Bond, Indiana, where be remain ed about ayear, when his failing health com pelled him to resign. From South Bend he went to Chitcago and faded slowly there; med ical aid and endearment of friends, were not of much avail, for consumption knows no pity. Father Mullen was a litterateur and a patriet, as well as a priest. When in Ireland, he was a constant contributor-to the Dublin Nation, and other periodicals. He was a scholar deep ly versed in ancient lore, and in sciei'ce and branches of general information, his know ledge was extraordinary. TRE CELTIC TONGUE. Tie fading, n. 'tin fading I like leaves upon the tress I In murmuring toee 'ts dying. like te wad upon the 'Tie swiftlly dlsappearing. as footprints on the shore Wheroe the Barrow. and the Erne, and Loch iiwitiy's waters roar Where the parting sunbeoal kisses Loch Corrib in the West, And Ocean. hke a mother, clasps the Shannon to her The language of old Erie, of her history and name Of her monarchs sae her heroes-her glory and her fame The sacred shrine where rested, thro' sunshinblue and Tho spie of hr martros. as their bodies in the atomb. The time-wrottit eaell, where mormtr'd, 'mid centu ries of wruog. Is slowly nrely sllking, in to silent l ati at last. To live bhot in the omemories of thse who luve the thut. The olden toigue is sinking like a patriarch to rest. Whose youth ueheld the Tyrla 'on oar Irish coasts Ere iqe etoman or the Rao the Norman or the Dane. Had efirtset foot in Britain, o'er trampled heaps of Whoe.manhood saw the Druid rite at forest-tree and rock And savage tribes of Britain round the shrines of Zer And for generationd s wittr sed all the glories of the Gaoe, Since no r Cel, sires sung warosonge round the scared fires of Bal ; The tongues that saw its infancy are braked among the dead. And from their gravel have risen those now spoken in their stad. The glories of old Frin with her iberties have gore. Yet their bale ln ger'd round her, while the Gaelic speech lie d o'. For 'mid the d. -rt o.f her woe, a monument moree vast Than all her pillar towers, it stood-that o.d Tongue of the Pass I on earth, O'er the island dimly faing as acircle o'er the v. ave e eding as its people aisputhaie htnnge of the selave, And wat it to-, seom rading as senart into night The settre' rays onr itbert that lingered i nn it light. For F h I the' long, with lial love, ii clug to mother land, AndIrishen were Irish still. In language, heart, and T' instalr ieson Rival I procibed it soon becasme. And Irishmen are I,Isb now In nothblng but in Cme; The Baze" sasn our rights and tougnes alike deth hold in thrall. Save where amid the Connaught wilds and hills of Don And the shores of Munster, like the broad Atlantic The olden hanguage lingers yet and binde ns to the Past. Thro' cold neglect 'tin dying now; a stroanger on ouar shore I No Tar's hall reechoea to its music as of yore No Lawrence 1I ires the Celtic clans round lesgnerei Athaelee "" No Shannon wafts from Limerick's towers their war songs to the sea Abh'. magic 'e1'gue. that round ous wove it spells so soft and ",e .r l Ah ! pleasant Tongue, whose murmurs were as music to the ear Aih ! giorlons Toen,oe. whose accents could each Celtic heart enthral i. Ahi rusinug r.,nrue, that sounded like the swollen torrent's tall I bhe Tongue, that in the Senate was lightening flashing bright, Whose echos in the battle waS the thunder in its n,ight! That Tongue whih osoe in chlefta n's hall pi'ur.d load the mniesttei lay As chieftain. sert. or ,,.onstrel old is silent there .-day! That Tongue whoa' shot drimayedo foe ast Kong and nllagbmasNt I t Like these who nobly perished there is numbered with the Put i The Celtie Tongue is passing, and we statnd reldl by Wltnontn pang within the hee rtaiesr within the asb WithUoo eo poise for Freedom strred, one efbri made The Laosgasg of onr Fatheor frros dark oblvion's o, IA '-vn ,our eor.--,onr praer fo Freedom's Whilst offered In the lanuage of the foe that olove it Bienre 5hst tyrants ever with an art from darknes wo:n1 mk the aonquered nation slaves alike In limb usiea loguo near rstood scure o'er Poland' bstter'd frame sntlihe trampled frtom be hart the tongue that here her name. Q%.ertsaa. be Itlsb still! stand for the dear old tongne Oh~ n u ivy a rils. en your natilve ln ha clung! O, asateh thli rello Item the wreck i the only and the And cbhrsh in your hbert of heats, the lasguage of the PsoLt o An wd Irish tradition es~y that during the eom merge of the tytrias with troiand, oen o, the princes of Tyro was invhed orer by the MUnarob of Ireland, and got mnsrriel to one of the Irsh pi inorsno duriog his sona o there $ Zerubshik sald Odin were two of the gods of the early Betione. :t 'aTeia says. " Thelanguageof the conqueror il the mothoer tib eoiqnetod is ever the lageungo ofthe L Aenoft itniemOt were ensotel to desrror the I,,b sad to aueono ago the growth of the buoglih lan II it LawreMce O'Tmle. Arebbishon of DublIn. son eseded is organ'n'g the Irisb chieftains e.ndr Borter ibk io'es or. K ng ul ',onoaeht against the ent bend of advenruort nnder btrongblw. - Athseler Athel the Irleh same ns Dhblia Be i'cff-as-et hlrati means the frsn of te Jford of ft • Nothing en affiigtened th'a ene'.y at the ,aid of htullaghmast s the uutut-llig'ble psaword Il th.' t ish tongu1e with wili:h the Irish truops burst opOn the foe."-ren Bot'. Mosaur, March 13th, 1873. To the Editor of the Mornlag Star s Now that we are in the midst of the Lenten season, things about town are, in general, very I dull. But this general dullness stops at the threshold of the church. Here there is much activity. Last week the Lasarist Fathers Hen nessey, Donoboe and Andrew opened a mis sion in the Cathedral. They will close their labors there this week, and the, go to St. Vin cent's chburch. The Cathedral has been daily and nightly filled by devout listeners, many of I whom have already availed themselves of tbhe I acceptable time to become converted, and share in the abundant graces gromlsed by the mission. The labors of the eloquent and de voied Fathers will, without doubt, be crowned with glorious success. Last night Father Don oboe preached a powerful ermon.on intemper ance, drawing a fearful picture of the drunk ard, and showing, in a feeling manner, bow he sinned against his own nature, against his family and society at large, and against God. His words evidently made a profound impres sion, for they were heard with breathless si lence. Our Irish fellow-citizens are making exten sive preparations for the celebration of St. Patrick's day. Our thriving little neighbor, Whistler, will join in the demonstration, which promises to be grander than any here tofore witnessed in this city. We were informed by telegraph, this morn ing, from Washington, that the collector of this port, William Miller, is a defaulter to the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars, and that he has been removed. Miller indignantly denies the impeachment, and charges the theft to some other man in the custom house. He will be succeeded by some other scalawag who will, most probably, follow his example. From Montgomery news reaches us that the "' Civil R ghts Bill" I as received its coup de grace in the House. The bill proposed to give the " man and brother" complete social eq-tality. Its defeat raised a storm of indignation in the hearts of the colored members, and they threaten the white Radicals with direful yen geance. -The air is so soft and balmy, and the sky nso clear, that one is tempted to believe that Jack Front has taken his final leave. The fruit trees are covered with blossoms, the flowers are putting forth their tender buds, and the 1e fields are carpeted with grass. The little birds, too, are singing their honey-moons in the 'a hedges, and preparing for the busy cares of to housekeeping. Spring has surely come. TIIEMIS. In times that try men's souls and pockets, Ir the principal point is, as one has to buy certain articles, dto . t them at the lowest possible rates. Now, as it is absolutely necessary that all women wien sad children should have shoes we propose enlgllhteniung them as to the place where they cau get excellent articles at from I to 30 per cent below the prices of other stores This t. see is 4e Clatborne street. opposite the Cialborne Mar ket (woods side), where Mr. L. E. Meehan. long con nected with the tias, and very generally known to our citizen., some months age opened a shoe .tore. Mr. Mesaeha has had seveal years experience in the shboe business, in wholesale busses and understands the uId hsiness. and has advantages in making purchases fir Sgreater than can cn be obtained by other dealers. Read hie adve, tisement on ffth pagea a agive--him-&t-least rone trial. The late disastrous fire in the Third District, as. indeed all freshere show the absolute necessity of in having large reservoirs or cisterns of water in every yard. Safety and economy demand this as we cannot ic depend upon our water works for a supply in ease of emergencies. It is also a well established fact that rain of water is much more healthy than oar muddy Missal sippi water. A I these considerations Inevitably lead to the conclusion that every prudent householder should rd engage the services of Mr. R Broderick No 132 Julia street. and have him make or supply a good clseern. Mr Broderick is an experienced mechanic who thor oughly understands his business and guarantees satle t faction as to work and price. See his card elsewhere. od C. D. ELDER, CATHOLIC BOOKSELLEIR, 124 CAMP STREET, WILL SUPPLY, AT SHORTEST NOTICE, ALL ORDEaS FOR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND DEVOTIONAL GOODS OF EVERY KIND. he BUSINESS NOTICES. or DR. TUT' PILLr is a unrely vegetable con oensration 'or keeping the Bowels in snatural mnllon ad end cleaieog th stem of all Impulrlties and a pl tice core for (!ansl'tltoen. They restore the diseased r .ltesr, 'tomaca and Klnei s to a ealth'al sction. while at the same time they brace and Invigorate the whole system. Dl . TUTrT'8 CELEBRnATED EXPECTORANT icHow Tr cr -Frset itdetaches from the bronchial or wind tubes the mooun or matt r which sometiomes ad hirer to them with the tenacity ot ines. becondly. It nmrltrgsee the pain and removes the r..n-trlctlnt of the l,rnchlal tohes nod muol]s of th chant Thirdly it Srealt the prgreasof lfi.aonma'ion. and assist- the n lunse to throw off the irrstaing matter which accumo It! lates s~d - ----- --- ------~~- DIED: ANDPRROtN-Oa Friday, March 7, 1873 at Ao'clock m I.. Henuy Anderson, aged fifty eare a native o, th wede. and a resident of the city for the past thirty years. McLEVY-On Monday night March 1to. 1871 MlIhal MLevy. aged forty years, a native of War.mn's Point, onoty Down,. Ireland. ' A SOLEMN HIGH MASS S AND Solemn Blessing of the New Banner at OF Tn I'CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSOCIATION On St. Patrick's Day, at 8 o'cloek, or AT THE CHURCH OF THE IMM&CUL&TE CONCEPTION, eslBaroune street. he The fil~ds of the members of the Total Abstinence AsscatLlion and of she cause of Temperance. as also he the peblic generally. are Invited to att-nd. he Strangers will be accommodated with seats. mbls It O fPHFIU OF LOUISIANA AND TIXA5 DN PART LIFes AOM7 TON OF AMSRICa, No s89 .ravier slte. I taksl pleasoure in aenouncing that I have secured theservlcesofGen B S 8IMMES as Geseral Agerut of f the LIFE ASSOeIATION OF AMEItlCA for this e Department. J. B. ROOD. mhle pt Preiedant. SPECIAL NOTICES. BALL e! H!DEEN >!AN BENNYOLENT AWN nMtual Aid Aseokatloa--Braocti No --lew Orleas, March 16, 173.-Th eofore mad members of this Brame re hereby aolldfed to assemble at their Hall atI A. K. MONDAY, March IT, for the purqoen of partolpatIng in the celebratlonet 8k Patriek's Day. Members mmat come drea edn the unaform adopted for this oocasion, vie Black pants and coat. gloves, and blao feltbat. By order of the President: BOBT BARTLET. M MARTI. Secretarv. mble61 HLL OPF IBERNSIA BENEVOLENT AND Mutual Aid Asooclation-Branch Fe. 3.-The Eoers and members of this Branch are hereby notled to meet at their Hall, earner of Oommon and Derbigy streets. on MONDAY, March 17. as le o eleok A. s. sharp, to partfolpate in the celebration of Treland' Patroen Said. Unlform Blaek coat and pnate. white vest mad blacn eofthat. By order: WE. J KELLY, President P. J. O'MIALLIA. Recording Secretary. mhil It HIBERNIAN BENEVOLENT AND MUTUAL AID Asoolation-Branch No. e.-Th e o aier d remhber of the above Branoh are mest respeoetflly requested to assemble at the Hell, on the morning of the 17th, at 71 o'elock. Punctualattendanoe4s requeeled Byorderof: mnhls tt D. F. BURDON, Marehal. HALL OF HIBERNIAN BENbVOLENT AND Mutual Aid Aaeociation-Branch No. 7-New Orleans, March 15, 1873.-An adjourned meeting of thin Branch will be held on SUNDAY, 16th asnet., at 1j A. x, fou the transaction of busness. Members are requested to be puncnal. By order: FRIAN McGLOIN, Presldent. J. V. DONOVAN. Secretary. mhl6 It ROBERT EMMET BRANCH NO. 11---. B. A M A. Assoclation.-The officers and members of tbli Branch are requested to assemble on MONDAY. the 17th rest., at A. i.. for parade. The honorary members of this Branch are respectfully invited to participate. The uniform for the occasion will be as follows: Blatc coat, pants and hat, whste vest, gloves and tie. GO. MCVLOSKEY, Marshal. P. F. CURoLEY. Seor..tar. mbhL It CLAIBORNE SHOE STORE. L. E. MEEHAN Has as Complete a Stock of LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Button, Lace and Gaiter Boots, KID, MOROCCO, BRONZE AND PRUNELLA As can be found in the City. GENTS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS" Congress, Balmorals and Brogans, IN CALF, MOROCCO AND KIP. BATCHELOR'S BEST BROGANS' AND GUTTERSON'S SILVER-TIPPED, WARRANTED. FOR OASH. L. E. MEEHAN, 40.............Claiborue Street.............40 (OPPOSlTr THE MARKST,) N. B -Any article not giving satisfaction, allowance will be madd at the next purchase. mhl6 lm5p BACON.........- BACON...........BACON i50 casks BACON SHOULDERS. 100 .. CLEAR RIB SIDES. 150 CLEAR SIDES. 0o .. AMS. 50 boxes BREAKFAST BACON-Uncanvased. 50 tierees Choice S. C. HAMS-Plain. 100 . Cavasled In store and for sale by BYRNES & BRO., mhlG Im 86 Boydras street. DRY SALT MEAT.....DRY SALT MEAT 2:10,000 pounds DRY SALT SHOULDERS. S000 ... .. AMP. 50,000oo . .. . RIB SIDES. 300)0 ....0. CLEAR RIB SIDES. 300,000 .. .. CLEAR SIDES. 10,000 .... BEADS. 10,000 .. .. . JOWLS. 500 bbls. MESS PORK-new and old. 3410 kegs Choice LARD. 150 tierces .. .. Refed. 100 flrkins WESTERN BUTTER. 50 "" GOSHEN " Choice. 25 tubs In store and for sale by BYRNES & BRO., mhl6 Im NB Potdrae street. S. R. MALLORY, JR., Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 47...............Camp Street............... 47 mbIl7l ly5p XEw ORLEANs. EDWARD BURKE, WINES AND LI.QUOES, 186 and 192..Tcloupitoulas street..186 and 192 mhlt 73 ly aOd ONLEANs. RICHARD BROiDERICK. CISTERN MAKER, 132 ........... 3nlia Street...1.. ...... 132 Between Camp aid Magazine. New Orleans. Serond.band Cisterns alwavs on hand. All wor) ,uaranteed. Lockbox 30, Mechanics' and ealer' Ex Hobage. m.1T i ly rkWINI TO THE H RD TIMES. PARTIES Shving PIANO)S. FURNITURE. eic. to he R. MiO,VER, PACKEDL or SHIPPED. would ind It to their ilvanlage to call on E. . HOITERH, coruer t ame and Nsalcex streets. or leave their o, reR a J W. a den's. 73 'amp street. or at Slackmar's Meie Rtore. E00 (:anal street. All work done prompt and wirth care ate the lowest rates. mhbl6 a ly FATHER BURKE, ONCE MORE! Lifelike Photograpbs of the eREAT DOMINIOAN ORATOR. MAO OP HIS HOLINESS, PIUS 1X., ARCHBISHOP HUGOHES, ARCHBISHLOP MuCLOSKEY, DANIEL 0 CONNELL. And many DEVOTIONAL SUBJECTS. For sale by S CHAS. D. ELDER, Catholic RusoLseler 114 Camp sreet. fel6 f Lafayette Sqoare.New Orleans. "THE REMEDY." Never Known to Fail. PREPARED FROM THE ORIGINAL RECIPE. FREDERICKSON & HARTE, APOTHECARY, 139......... Canal Street............. 133 te e lISp JOHNu. J rINIos. 1HOS. A. I1.ALND FINNET & BOLAND, SATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, |13....... Co... Commercial Placo............13 lew Orleans. oo6 7 IsOp ST. PATRICK'S DAY, 1673. CELEBRATION THE HIBERNJAN BENEVOLENT AND - MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION OF LOUISIANA. The Hibernian Benevolent and Mutual Aid Aseocia tion of Louisiana will celebrate THE ANNIVERSARY~ ow IRELAND'S PATRON SAINT DT A PROCESSION, And for that purpose will assemble on Canal street, ON Monday, March 17, 1873, at 10 A. M. The Procession will form in Divisions as follows: FIRST DIVISION. INVITED ASSOCIATIONS, INVITED GUESTS, BRiANCH NO. ONE, BRANCH NO. TWO, Will constitute the First Division, under the Marstal ship of EDW. SWEENEY. Esq. Aids: Timothy Foley, Branch No. I. and John O'Nell, Branch No. 2. SEOOND DIVISION. BRANCH NO. THREE, BRANCH NO. FOUR, BRANCH NO. FIVE. Will constitute the Second Division, under the Marshal ship of JOHN T. GIBBONS, Esq. THIRD DIVISION. BRANCH NO. SIX, BRANCH NO. SEVEN, BRANCH NO. EIGHT, BRANCH NO. NINE, Will constitute the Third Division. under the Marshal ship of M MCNAMARA. Esq. Aids: Edw'd Hay den, Boanch No 8, and M. J. Sheehan, Branch No. 6. FOURTH DIVISION. BRANCH NO. TEN, BRANCH NO. ELEVEN, BRANCH NO. TWELVE. BRANCH NO. THIRTEEN, BRANCH NO. F)URTEEN, 0 Will constituto the Fourth Division, underthe Marhal ship of W. H. BYRNES, Esq. Aids: W. J. J. e Armstrong, Branch No. II, and Jno. A. FItspatrick, Branch No. 14. The Procession being formed, will take up the lice of march at half past 10 A. M., precisely, is the following order: JAMES GRANT.............GRAND MARSHAen AIDS: JOHN McCAFFREY...................Branch No. 1. PATRICK BARBON................... Branch No. I. DAN'L MAHONEY....................Branch No. 1. PATRICK QUINN .................. Branch No. 2. WM. HANNON ......................Branch No. 9. T PATRICK GLENNON-.......-...... Branch No. 3._ WM. SHERIDAN......................Branch No. 3. P. COMFORT........-.................Branch No. 4. JOHN C. MURRAY.......... .......Branch No. 4. THOMAS MORAN.....................Branch No. 4. H. M. O'MEALLTE.....................Branch No. 5. HENRY GORMLEY................ ..Branch No. 5. THOMAS GAFFNEY ..................Branch No. 6. J. J. DOWLING .....................Branch No. 7. T. J. B. FLYNN, Jr............ . Branch No. e. ANDREW LEO ........................ranch No. 9. PATRICK McCLOSKEY...............Branch No. 10. JOHN RUTH ....................... Branch No. II. W. H. MANNING......................Branch No. IT. I MCARTY.................Branch No. 14. LNVITED ASSOCIATIONS. 7 INVITED GUESTS. BRANCHES OF THE ASSOCIATION, in numerical order. MANNER OF FORMINO. FIRST DIVISION. 2 Invited Associations will form on north side of Canal street. head restiug on Chartres, extending east. Branch No. I will form on north side of Canal street' bead resting on Chartres, extending west. Branch No. 2 will form on north side of Canal street, head resting 2 onRoyal. SECOND DIVISION. Branch No. 3 will form on north side of Canal street. bead resting on Bounbon, extending west; Branch No 4 will form on north side of Canal. head resting on Dan. phine; Branch No. 5 will form on north side of Canal :S street, head resting on Burgundy. THIRD DIVISION. Branch No. 6 will form on south side of Canal street, II bead resting on Rampart, extending east; Branch No. 7 St will form on south side of Canal, head resting on Dry. aden; Branch No. 8 and Branch No.9 will form oeo outh sielde of Canal street, head of Branch No. 8 reeting on Baronne. FOURETH DIVISION. Branch No 10 snd Braoch No. I will form on seuth aide of Canal street. head of Branch No. 10 resting ea Carondelst street, eorendlg east; Brepch Moe. It and 14 will form on outh side of Uwual, head resting on St. CarrIages contlning invlted gueste will amemble ea seouth rside of Canal street, between Camp and Maga. isie. ROUTE OF TR PROCErSSION. Up Camp to Calllope. c Annunnelaton. to Fellicty, to Magenine. to Fires, to Carodelet. dowa to Jlila, to St Charles, to Canal aeroes to Ra to esl Eplasad., to Levee, to uMadevlle. to Burgundy, up Burgundy to Eapanade, to Rampart, to Canal When the head of the &rotneloa resehoClIy tSiux the Proowlos will b·lt end open line for review. i. Mranobe on ostreoe l ft of line wid then pse throgh to right and be dismioeed Marshals of Branches will report their arrival to Division Marshals, who will report esme to Orand Marshal. In case of postponement on account of Inclement weather, tenty taps wril be sounded by the fre -alarm Sbell ast the bu," for startiuo In that event the Pro. - eesson will takn plan. on Sunday following, when this programme will be carried ot The Orand Marshal reipeertll requesta the attead ance of his Aids at the Foantal, Camp and Canal, s, 13 ..precisely. JAMES GRANT, bhle It Grend MarshaL BARGAINS IN DOMESTICS. Sot PIntuk White COTTON........... *te. per yard. Heavy Brews C00TON. ..............100. Fla Brewsn OTTON ................... oo. BrS Island COTTON ....................ao. "Bit CALICOES".......................to. ' Two it CALICOES ". ............1... 10-4 SHETING ........................ No. AND MANY OTHER BAROAISIuIN BAME DEPART MENT. Bargains In Linens. Irish LINEN, warranted pu . 4 yards ..........1 to Irish LINEN, munch flegr 4 yards ............... ? I. Irishb LINEN ext,4.i . 4 yardds................ O00 6-4 White Linen Table DAMASK, all linen........55e. 3.4 Wbits.Llnen LAWN (lnle) .................. o0. 3.4 Cot6ed Linen LAWN (Union) ................. e. tSiBordired GlassTOWEL8 ..........1 8 per doean. 18.4 White Linen BHEETINGS, pare .............s87o. AWD Many other Bargalns in same Department.' Bargains in White Goods. - NAINSOOK, plain .................15 cents per yard. 18 cents per yard. .9 ceta per yard. 5000 YARDS ASSORTED WIIITE GOODS. LUCH AS BRILLIANTES..................... 93 cents pr yard. Check MUSLINS .................25 .. Bishop LAWNS.....................Si Vlotoria . ....................985 India TWILLS......................95 Plain ORGANDIES ................ .. Bordered ORGANDIES.............25 French DIMITY.............· 1i ...- . SKIRTINGS ........................ PIQUES, etc., otc............ . 25... .. .. Tucked ORGANDIES. 5 yards wade.......$1 per yard. French NAISSOOKS and MULLS, Just opened. AND Many other Bargains In same Department. Bargains in Housekeepings. Fringed TOWELS............................too each. amask NAPKINS ........................i..l each. CRASH........... ............ ........... too per Tartd. Glass TOWEL8............................. Tie each. Damask TOWELS .............................. eachb. :otton Mosquito lBARS.......................6 each. Bobinem Nsquioto ARS....................51 50 eachb. 1--4 Honey Comb QUILTS.................. 1 25 each. 114 Marselilles QUILTS ...................2 30 each. Pillow COTTON.......................... le per yard. Pillow LINEN .....*......................50c per yasd. A7D Many other Bargains In same Department. Bargains In Dress Goods. Black Ground GRBNADINES ........... 1o per yard. Japanese CLOTHS........................ to per yard. BAREGES and DELAINES ............15....... per yard. Plain and Fanoy MOZARBIQUES........ su per yard. I00,u00 yards Seasonable DRESS GOOD0 (worth double) ........................2o per yard. Summer bILKS ...........................535o per yard. Fancy SILKS .....................j.o o per yard. ANS Many other Barlatis in the same Department. BARGAINS in MADE-UP 000DB. BARGAINS in LACE GOODS. BARGAINS In FANCY GOODS. BARGAINS In MOURNING GOODS. BARGAINS In GOODS for BOYS. BARGAINS In PARASOLS. BARGAINS in iOSIERY, Etc., Etc. AT BRASELMAN & ADAMS' CASII OUSE. 586 and 588..... MAGAZINE STREET.....586 and 5¢8 mb'6 It Magarnlo Market Corn, and Not Cotton, is King. CHINESE CORN. "EXTRA EARLY" THIRTY-TWO ROWED tORN, It is a thirtytwo rowed sweet Corn, growing romn twelve to lftenZ InSt il height, last year ilsnteo l the let of May, wna sold In the market Jely d.id, eighty. four dacs. A iater planting was ready in seventyslx days. day. ITS CLAIMS, It will produce moto corn to the acre in any variety of noll. It has a smaller cob than any horse tooth variety. It weighs sixty-rlve puouds to the bushel. sealed measure. I1 bears more fuollgrown ears of corn on each stalk than ay large field variety. It can be asown bro.raat on land from which wheat has been bharvested, folly ripening before frost. The pplrke shoot unt within I.,ur east of the ground consequently the crop is not 1ible to be prostrated by high winds It i lakewise racier to gather. It can be snoceoeiolls grown in any State. Four pounds sent by umail for II 25. Addie-a MARtSOAL A MORGAN. mhli Splm Holston. Virginia. INDIAN TURNIP COMPOUND PEOTORAL BALM. YOU TlEn CUll OF COUGHS, COLDS, BOO IIRNESS, BRONCIIITIS. ASTHMA, And the various Arffec.one of the Longs and Thrsat. and for the relief of Consumptive patlenla. The Indian Turnip I'etoral BALM com. plptely unra the moat inveterate caea of .6 - roncbtl.,C.atirrh IuoipientConosnmptlou. S Pulmonary tIppeaslon, the ?bas.uodic Ner. V.on. Dlorders which attend certain forms or Couaghb ore Throat and generally all cases l Inflammation of the templratory Organs It has a soothisg artion uopon the "" ?.Cough. facilitates oepeeturatr.ti,u chc5ak the ' ·lr spitting of blood. and relieve rta of asbh ma. In this blat diseee the Inloas Turnip Pectoral Balm has been given with the greateat auers so. lte use into Whooping l.uh remarkably relleves tbl dletreaming affct-on PiOe Sl per botile. epare LPLACE Druggist, to. 2 an SI Elysan Fielas street. and the princlpel Wholesale aod etail Irtigginat of .Yew Orleasns rIe7 7J lyp GULF CITY BITrERS. "The Gulf City Bitters," becomlag daily more popuar in this community, a)l wherever naed fat BUPERSEDING ALL OTHER DB rrBR,. They are made from the mint harinleas. hot ivgleor- ting Ingredients. and have for ther hala the pot'ee andcbolieot eo plrrle AS A4N INVOORATOB, APPTIZER AND A STIMULANT TU THE INVALID or tione aedonaily emi.:nyed. tsh- nra Dvrt.rlat.3 undb Ored, re er to tba poblie uapn merit. whlh cause them to be lndipensihbi to every Heoseehold AFTER THEY HRAVE ONCE BEEN TRIED. In ordar to ceortmndate the steadily Inoroaaisg di wand for the GULP CITY BI lfTER&B I have lecentlp enlarwei the Ca. iitt o' my munooract-tug premis end will. i n oturs he enabled to tl promptly a1l orders, city and comntry. THE GULF cI'Y BITTERS nan be proesred by dligle Bottle erom any of ,nr Retail laiqunr Liaere, D ngtlltn, Sdloons or iruoers. THE TRADE BSUPPLIED AT LIBERAL. RATEP. Prepared only by CHARLES FRICKc, Wholesale Dealer in Woues iaud Liqtors, 8 North ommerce Stret. Mobile la bam . JORN HENDERSON, 85 Tobhnpitamss It.. Solo Agent. Also, Proprietnt of the celebrated GRaMON BIT. TPltt n asro ane rLabl e remely for A(OIg and FEVR and all LIVEN C'MY LAI NT$. no3 lylp SU0OD SEMI*A3NWUAL $TA TMIME orm Mutual National Bank or Hew Orle as. No. 106 Canal treet, At the Celh of bheuamao Tuesday, Doe St, r/, lmooarrs s CaL-hOC IRrnA .......A........R....... I..... T Leo ad ilso to D...... .. . 1,04 l U I. Eond to ct Cree roro latl .......... l Other `eaks, Oeed. Ud Melgr r ........ PLIn Doe from .od.olein R iT d RelereI Agenot. P 1rLS e tin from other Bal d krL........ 10o s l, Baling Blou...................;;.......... Ilo n dtrsitarowod lotn .................... 1 54 WI Prmulma n O Untted olate RBols......... 0It Premium em Gold .......................... S Capital D ot paid I ......................S W SB rplan . a O.............................. I I Circu Ne...:............... ....... n lte 1 rivldend suntla e....................... sati ne tn o Lne Bielk .d Baors.......... ProAt and L S ....... .............. .. ,4Sil ALL DEPOSITOSR PAIITICPATE IN 1 3 PROfIITlO SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDED, Declared December Il. I111. 0i per ent to Stockbolder. II per ceat to Depositrs. PAUL rOUnRCY, PrldeonL ALBERT BALDWIN. Vies PreoldeeL JOSEPH MITCHL. Cashller. r DIRUCmlnai P. Maapeo, John T. HIardle John D. Cobb. Ernest Miltlabllngelr, Adolph Haeyr. Albert ICarwlS, - IPaul Fourchy, Charle LafItte. P Pnor.ll.e . ecl 6 1y 5p NOVELTIES AT Elder's Catholio Bookstore. I'IIOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS--in great variety. FATIIIHi TOM TBUEE'S LC'PTUI--tae book u the dai BERLIN (I ROMfI-rauned and nofRamed. THE IPOKEI N WLRD-the Prieet's Vade Macam. ALTAR CRUSTS. CRUCIFIXIE AND CIRD. TEE FIIEt IASONS-by Mar Mi/ar. WAX TAPELS--plain and ornameoted. PLAIN TALK TO PItsSTANETI-IN-Slgr. BEADS. MEDALS. SA.PULARS. st. ret. All the BEST NSW BOOKS OF THE SEASON are arrlvtng ronetantly, o meaou published.7--r slo by CHAS. D. ELDE Catholln Booklellr. _ lpl tf 1o4 Camp street. Ltoi i M e exmn e rHE GREAT AMERICAN CBOKIie STOVE 2 Sp DEPOT, No. 100 Camp Street. Theehamplon Americn BStore noever falle to give atiaftllon ; all dlofcI known to otlIr ether Cook inog Slteo have been entIrely remedead It ths Amer. can. the Economy. lDilpath and Durabrliy f ithiL Snlvo, here made It the favorite wherever fliroded. If you want a Steveo, boy only Bdgelfoudeo Old olldablo All k o Cookid of Co and lLeatog Stoves onr band. Hru-e Furnishting GOo . Mam ri Oate . etc. Spaol nittsntlon given I uotlarlng cad looinol. Blowers, Ash Pana and repin for rIatee fcilched at short notice. PHIL. MCCABIE. Agent for American Stove, e5l0om So l1a Camo Stdrt. M INERAL SPERM OIL ' This 011Oil oomblnesoall theoollent lllmllnatig qnull ties of Kerosene Oil together with perfect afoes an that can be otmapcrtat b land or 'a. ostortc ti re.O houe, handled od us ed by cnv one, however arele. ly. lighted ampsllled, burned In kitchen over Sree. I boiler snd ,ngleotroome. In furn used anywhere, nd fe any pnrpsee of illumination an aller u oar fate need whale orerm oil. Its gtlon point is chout O e. Fahrenbhit, ll bholing point0 Fab reehoiL a both of thus partlncular about ho same w se r leIss or lrd oil. It will not ignite under e. yhzeoee, and conoequontly abolutely salfe. IT WILL NOT TAKE FIRE IN CASE OP NIEA, AGEO OF THE LAMP. THE OIL WILL EXTINGUISH TUE ]LAUL. The (il Itself bhas no odeor while burnmling IS gives llgt of TEN-CABDLE PUW , at a us sot aled. Ing One Half Ceot Per Hot,. and for li hting railm d oeore. teamre factorles and dwelllqg bousce IS i Is. valuable. nod canoot be too highly reommodeod. The Oill Is patented, and made by a proces which Inurese ItIo ul nllormlty. It burns with graIt orlllllaney in the DUAL BUNYnR require but littie attention and no trimmlng. Thl Oi never geoms in the lamp, Las It ahomb no oxygel from the atmipboero It do not deterotalo by age. TW Burner o all ordinaryu coal uo lamps REASONS( WHY YOU SIIOULD BUMN THlS 01. I. Its nbolut eet afout to Ife tnd property. 1. The great brlliaacy of the gla.l 3. Ito economy, being cott the sie an Kerpeoeq 4. Ite perfleotst fdom from odor, SThe MINERAL SPERM OIL b been adopted I the Board of Supervlilng Inspectore for ue a Steam Vcaoele. sut kLba b.on approved abytho Pruoideto of Insuonrance ompaunie In Sew York. BSetle m Ne Orlloas We Invite all who are satareetei to clh an esemlee .:id for circular., for Mineral Sperm Oil and De Burner. BOIITILCK & SIYMOU. Sole agrso For Lonlana. Alabama, MlUlelosppt and Tes, 45 and 47 Front at. and 40 cnd 40 Pollen mb1 lyISp New Oria.. CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC, NO. Sr CANAL STREET, sIw 0aLKEASt -- Under thebs Direction -o MRS. WM. R. EVANS. (Daughter of the late Dr. J. Perkins. of Ihli Statol) This Inttttloun brIng thoroughly founded ad met ably natailned by superior lronleae-e from Newr lense snd Europr direri. Ia now prepared to receive echo r . Instructions gaven at lower rale teasn can be obltaned from those of Profeaeore of the city. Clon a ar sow being formed for ths proeect ueion ast 07 tnCanal drl. Three wlhingl to Jin the claoeeo for Piano. Voice. Sol. fete, Ilarmonr. Voirin. Vlolencello. Parlor Orpgn. nod other Instruneuts. will please present themelrse. Ilour. from Ilk • te.t I. dailly. belouning to the Institution ia rroldeno. wsor scholars from the country, either male orle.ealo ma oblln boead and lnodglr. cnd where every faollil wit te ofer.d them to the advancement In thir studlte. For further luformatlu In regard to terms., ete., ad. dr-ee MIS. Wit R.. IKY 'Ni soril2 Ivp Lock boxr 457 PeetoiceW. 1O. DE.NTIST. JAB. S. KNAPP. 0. D. 8., 5 ............. }Iarouae Street ............. fet 6fmp l w ocJae. WANTS--FOR RENTS-ETC. NFOB(ATION WANTED· . -I CHAR LE meT. IrNOlY. fr eO s kbl, Neoeks. Cor y O h A V Tip street. Ep .DlrT. - ieD iL dNHes I TI TO N UPTDu WILLoAM Ma ..TH." who f C"adRD sh Toralr. a merry M Labot Rs arsgo ad wnwe I. the which place hbe wet to Oil City. Pedelvmlk u I. eem p-y with Jobs Ilh..ha WIo lset besrd fre bhe wua e·assmhuatl betweem et Leots ard No w0,6mm.. Imronrmtee of hml will he theehiflyr1mnya bb ll moter sad slaters, Iiles, Mary. Jomas mmi Julli CmUrty. M Market stret, Now Turk esay Iti STO a4s PEr DAY-A-rlTO WAklN t-ALL .clase ulo worklng pLeoplo, oueither Ns yungo @14. muko more money a. work for ua i heilr aemmete r alI t1km Ume. them at ahythlmg a Pa dularme free. Addresm o-, 7lY 0 STlNlttO & CO.. Portland. Maes. WATEDU --EVIRVBOUV TO KNOW THA MATrBEW WARID, moverof lorellls Pial , etc. Ie. e mlwar reedy at ,..t msole.. Ito madoeOi all lobs, etta eaef.,tetom ecd paetulaitr. sad as mod oealo prices Stoediag 'olfie. No I3 s1ydeb m ieel, oor"erC .np, It 8 aar,.. L'llotih| otrI N. 5.-Ps .e packed and blpp.A with em.. Peste ial d, wd w1 mall , bitc m tia. tcdJoae ,o Is 57t Kdpo men" street. ° lS I' NJ ETIIII ROOM FOR IIZNT.-TH. SPAUIEUN and wreUll.forslsd Netig I, M,.. Iii C..m dales stret, wtl I. rested th Seemem Cl.bs, im. I th o1eo hebo . Mlomcw 1tA. emil It, CTRTIOUIO M3RIHBANTS L.D MlIUAEI1O quinaig well ietraoted BOYS ever 61mm yaw o, age to lear, their buelseem can puesre the sm trom the SL. Vtnasnte Hoss for Dsmtaeehe Bo,.. at tasrvllie itreec by applying to th Prusident iI Cos muse tr54 The beys cm. eontnuse he -aar Home of near rf