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imring star and Catholic Messenger.
WW ORL1A' 5, SUNDAY, APRIL 27. 1123. ED1eOA.L AND OEB YREIM. Twelve thousand emigrants arrived in New York city last week. Two children on Staten Island died from eat ing wild parsnips. Two thousand Mormon men have already left Salt Lake City for the new misOaq in Arizona. The consecration of Right Rev. W. H. Gross as Bishop of Savannah takes place to-day at the Baltimore Cathedral. The Confederate Orphans' Home at Tueske gee, Ala., is now keepijg one hundred children at an annual expense of $7000. An English snob in Liverpool, named Fran cis Philip gives public notice that in future his name will be'Fortescne Grosvenor Planta genet. Gov. Baxter, of Arkansas, has issued a pro elamation declaring the ratification of the con stitutional amendment doing away with dis franchisement. The Erie Railroad investigation develops the fact that during 1870 and 71 that company paid, yearly, $1,000,000 lawyers' fees, i. e. buy ing up legislatures, etc. Work commenced on the Texas Pacific Rail road at San Diego on the 21st. Director Lar kin promises that connection will be made with New Orleans in 1876. The members of the Catholio Church, of Pensacola, are about purchasing a new organ for their church, and subscoriptions are being freely given by all the citizens. English noblemen are, taken all in all, a long lived race. Of the eighteep who have died during 1872, 12 were over sixty years of age, the oldest being eighty-four and the youngest sixty-two. Business in the line matrimonial aemas to be brisk in Mobile. Last Sunday's Register reports three knots tied by Rev. Father Callaghan, of St. Vincent's Church, and one by Very Rev. Fsther Pellicer. The worst storm ever known prevailed last week *rooghout Nebraska. Men were frozen to death within two rods of their houses while trying to get their stook nder shelter. Many women and children were frozen. Bixteen valuable horses, belonging to Thoe. Farrell, of New York city, starved to death while the owner was away, sick- The horses had eaten the boards and everything in the stable where they were looked up. Recorder Hackett, of New York, has received annonymous letters, threatening death in case b a in.sentences prisoners to long terms of imprisonment for what, in the judgment of the senders of the letters, are lightoffences. The Louisville Advocate says that on the 19th of March, Miss Clara Delvine, of Savannah, Ga., and Miss Alice Furlong and Miss Mary Fenelon, of New Orleans, received the white Tell in the Convent of the Presentation in Rome. Almost every town in Illinois holding eleo tions in April has gone Democratic. The same may be said of Missouri, The Credit Mobilier and Congressional and Presidental salary steal hans evidently disgusted the great mass of honest voters. The Dutch forces in the Island of Sumatra have been so severely handled by the rebel lions natives that they have been forced to retreat to the sea-shore, where it is doubtful that they will be allowed to remain long, though well ewtrenched. The sermons of the celebrated Pere Mousabte continue to attract large congregations at Notre Dame, Paris. On Sunday, March 30th, more than 7000 persons assembled to hear his sermon on the Passion. The Archbishop and his whole chapter attended. Jacksenville, Fla., boasts of a single rose bush, bearing a lovely white and fragrant dower, the top branches of which cover an area Sof over fifteen feet square. Last year over 2700 roses were cut from this one bush. This season the bnush has even a larger num ber. Hon. M. Cassiday, Member of the Provincial Parliament has been elected Mayor of Mon treal. He is the first Irish Catholic who was ever elevated to that position. He is a grada ate of the Snlpicitn Seminary, a lawyer by profession, and holds a prominent position at the Montreal Bar. The bells of St. Joseph's Cathedral, Buffalo, are said to be the most remarkable in this country. They were brought from Europe by the late Bishop Timon, under whose direction the present splendid church was constructed. Every Sunday the people of Buffalo crowd the surrounding streets to listen to their delighted music. 100 New Orleans Metropolitan policemen went to Amaite, La., on the 20th, to establish the Kellogg officers there. All of his appoin tees have left Franklin. A large meeting was held on the 21st, at Rayville, Riobland parish, by the tax-payers, who organized a tsr-relst ing association. Gov. MoEnery addressed the meeting. In tearing down an old out building at the Tarboro Heuse, near Raleigh, N. C., Isat week a o*lored waiter found a package of money rolled up in paper, containing about $20,000 in in old State notes, some Confederate money, P500 in gold, and several silver watches. There is no cole as to when or by whom they were placed there. A new light-house, half a mile from the old one, will be exhibited at Southwest Pms after July lit. The focal plane is 126 feet above the base of the tower, and 120 feet above the mean level of the sea, and should be seen in clear weather from the deck of a vessel fifteen feet above the water at a distance of seventeen nautical miles. The manufacturing oity of Joachimathal, in the mountains of Bohemia, was destroyed by fire on the 8lst of March. Oat of 6d houses, 450 were eompletely burned and five thousand persons were rendered homeless. The magni cont church, founded ia the early days of the wsremaale, fell a pors to the sm.., as ealo valuable pelatass b Eraos, Orwnoeh.aad Sr. ALOsraTsTOTAL Anarsizxxc CAowrs. When the Total Abtinenee Association was formed it was generally understood that its etforts would, to a great extent, be devoted to protecting youthse from the danger of ever be coming addicted to the use of intoxicating drinks. Having this object in view many younog boys have been admitted since its organization, and's few weeks ago they were placed under theimmediate direction of Mr. D. H. Backley, the emergetio Secretary of the Associatiesn. Last Friday he called the young cadets together I and under the name which heads this notice, organized them into an Asesociation with the following officers: Master T. J. Egan, lst Vice President; John McCue, 2nd Vice Presi dent; James Ausntin, Recording 8eoretary; John Magner, Financial Secretary; J. J. Can telli, Marshal; D. J. Collings, 8gt-at-arms. Mr. Buckley will act as President and Treas urer. Theinitiation fee has been fixed at 50 cents and the monthly does at 25 cents. Only youths under 17 years of age will be admitted, and the pledge they will take will bidtd them to abstain till the age of twenty-one. To-day, Sunday, at 2 o'clock there will be a meeting in rthe Hall above this office, to which all youths are invited. S TEPHEN's FAIR.- After two weeks inces sant occupation, the ladies engaged in this laudable work look as bright as at the be ginning. The canvasselng of votes for the pi ano and for the diamonds, seems to have daily increased in vigor; although the number of votes secured by the contestants is still I shrouded in a mystery which will only be un veiled when the ballots shall be counted this evening. That the poll will be a heavy one is I assured by referring to the list of condidates being Misses Maggee, Elder and Zebal for the piano, and Misses Cannon and Bienvenue for the diamond earings. The hbndreds of de lighed visitors who have so liberally encourag. ed the fair ladies the past fortnight, will f doubtless be on hand to greet the brilliant glosing of the noble work to-night; and to those who have not been to St. Stephep's Hae on Napoleon Avenue, we have but one Sword of advice-Go to-night. CnaRRCTION.-In the report of the mission in the parish of St. James, published in our last issue, we stated that it was given by the Redemptorist Fathers from the convent of St Alphonsns. This was an error in two respects: the convent opposite St. Alphonsas church be ing known ad St. Mary's, and the mission hav Sing been given by the Rev. Fathers from St. Theresa's Retreat, Redemptorist House of Mission, Chatawa, Pike Co.. Miss., and not from the convent above mentioned. All of the missions in the Sooth by the Redomptorist Fa there since September 15th 1872, twenty-seven in number, were given from St. Theresa's Re Rtreat, Chatawa, which, since June Ad, 1872, has been the regular mission bouso in the South, and of which the Rev. Th. An wander C. 88. B is the Superior. Our regret at this uninten tional blunder is considerably lessened, inas Smuch as it gives us an opportunity of calling t the attention of our southern readers to the SRetreat, and of congratulating them upon t having a regular mission house of these zeal ous priests in their midst. a _ Four hundred dollars per annum was the Sstationary bill of the Legislature of South Carolina when that body was composed of some of the most intelligent men of the State and nation. Sixteen thousand dollars is the e stationary bill of the same body, when it is 't made tip of plantation negroes and a small ' sprinkling of cat et-baggere, and a still s smaller infusion of respddtablb white men. d Nine-tenths of the negroes cannot write, anad yet they get their share of the stationary steal, and the old white residents of the State are Sburdened with unheard-of taxation. The Sprinting bill of the State in 1873 also amounted ito six hundired thousand dollars. ABLUTIoN.-The innumerable pores of the skin serve to convey from the system a ýl suberabundant supply of fluid and solid r- matter, which we term perspiration. The a fluid portion passes off, but the solid por . tion is deposited, and if not removed by ablution, clogs up the pores, and prevents y the performance of theor necessary and most important functions, both as absor bents and as drains for carrying away from a, the system those impurities which are pro s ductive of disease. When this system of y drainage is thus stopped, the digestive or gans willbe burthened and deranged, the Salimentary canal, the lungs, liver, and 1 kidneys, all suffer, and there is a pre-dis e position created for the reception of colds Id and fevers. Erasmus Wilson, one of our authoritiiesoa thefiaikfindskin dlihiases, says :-"I counted the perspiratory pores i n the palm of the band, and found 3.528 'h in a square inch. How each of these pores a- being the apertorebf a little tube of about s a quarter ofan inch long, it follows that in a square inch of skin on the palm of the handthere exists a length oftube equal to882 inches, or 73* feet. Surely snoh an amount I of drainage as 73 feet in every square inch of skin, assmiog this to be the average of is the whole body, is something wonderful; and the thought naturally intrades itself, What If this drainage were obstructed I y The number of square inches of surface in in a man of ordinary height and bhlk is 2,500; T' the number of pores therelore, is 7,000,000, re and the number of inches of perapiratory N tub. I,750,000, that is, 145,833 feet, or 48, 600 yards, or nearly 28 miles I" These statements will lend force to our remark, d that the skin is one of the most important ar of all our organs, and show how necessary '5 it is by frequent ablutions to keep these ,n pores, or cutaneous vessels, open and anob ir structed to the greatest possible extent. t Facts and Hints for Every-Day Life. The Wyandotte (Kansas) Poor-house shelters two sisters (bot wiaU not much longor unless the roof is raised), the elder of whom is six feet three inches in height, the yonoger six y feet eight and still growing. d Don't fall to read the great "reduction" ad i. vsrtiseent ef iiraselma & Adam. The priess ther sivsa speak isase than wars. The 0 Family Priater t Is a meet beautiful id ml eadhiNt sesam r krztagls n amldaah -ses. IesssiisoA qhnme a - GovanxxqTAL B Hoxrrg AD llomoxo.-The a Government having proposed certain terms to a the Kiowa Indians, upon the falflument of o which depended the release of the chiefs SSantantas and Big Tree, that tribe immediately g complied with them. Now the Government, g using as an excuse the disturbances among it other tribee of Indians, refuses to release the r two warriors. And yet we are surprised that occasionally the murderous red man will got t vexed and will vent his spleen upon his poor, r honest, defenceless white brother! b honeet, defenceless white brother! 'p -- -.... SBUSINESS NOTICES. The Grand Secret of Beauty is Health. The secret of health is the power to eat, digest and asulmi late a roper quantity of wholesome food. This can never be the a while impurities exist in tshe system. Every organ must perform its functions naeurslly. or the whole organism Is deranged. The Blood must he purifed; It is the vital praciplae. ramiltying through every part of the body, and when it becomes impure, its effects are hown on the weaker oaus. DR. TUnDT'S SARSAPARILL AND QB ILENLd DA . LIGIITexpel slt impurities ond vitali.es the whole system. VEGETABLE CALOMEL.-The substances com gpobin DR. TTT'S LIVER PILLS are derived from the Vagetwile gingdoms and are particularly desigeed to act with gentlenes and thoroughness upon the Ste. 1 mach, Bowels, Liver and Generat Circulation. They produce one or two easy passages a day, without any purging or griping. They contain no drastic element. FoR INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIC RHEUMgA T15W.-Gout, Dyspepala Bilious. Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers. Diseases of the Blood Liver. Kidneys and Bladder. DR. TUTT'S SAI1SAI&RILLA A24D QUEENS DELIGHT hs been met Bsuccessful. Thsse di~seaea the result of viaedBleed. Asa leed Purifier this preparation has no equal. It Is purely vegetable. MARRIED: GLENNON-BARBLOW-On the gist inst, at St. Joseph's OChurch, Mobile, Ala., by Rev. Father Imand, Miss Florence Barlow and James K. Glennon, both of Mobile, Ala. DE PAUL-WHITE- On Sunday, April 9eth, at St. Theresa's Church, by the Rev. T. J. Kenny, Mr. Vincent de Paul and Miss M. E. White, both of this city. New York and Galvestn papers please copy. BOTTO-QUEGLES-On Thursday, April 17, 18,3 in St. Mary's Cathedral, at Natchez, Mice., by the Right Rev. Bishop Elder. Mr. Paul A. Botto to Mise Mary Quegloes. DIED: BUCKLEY-Ata quarter-past 9 A. x..Tnssday, 4prtl 21, 1873 of heart disease, Mrs. Ellen Buckley, wife of Daniel unckley, aged sity-five year., a native of Saint Fiun Barr., City of Cork, Ireland, and a resident of this city for the past thirty-fivs years. LANDRY-On Wednesday. April 23. at 8 o'clock A u. Capt . . Landry. aged itive year and four months, a native of Ascension parish, and a resident of this city for twenty d e years. e REILLY-On Wednesday, April 93. 1073, at 4 o'clock r. n., Mr. Ann Reilly, aged slxty-fvo yeare, a nativee of IKel. acounty Melath, Ireland, end aresident of this city for the past thirty years. CARD OF THANKS. CATlOLIC TOTAL Absinenace AsociAtioNe or New OsLine. o The Ceancert given last Sunday evening in St. Theresa's Hell, for the benefit of our Aesociation, wras made a complete success by the munsical talent, audgen erolty of the following ladie end gentlemen : Missr Theresa Cannon, Misses A. Wagner, 0. Dean, M. Ken. nedy, aend other of Mises Cannon's lady friends, Mises Leo Christie, Ellen Burns, Mary Hegarty end Ellis vela. and Mesers. Blake, P.enand. KeAbs end Isdore. In behalf of the Total Abstinence Assoclation we therefore publicly tender them our sincere thanks for their earnest efforts, ssuering them that ita member. *ill over cherish a lively remembrance of their gen. erosicy. To the zealous Pastor of St. Theresa's Church, Rev. J. J. Kenny, we are also indebted. not only for the gratnitons use of the Hail, but more particularly for the great end friendly interest he has shown in our AssocIation since~ita organization. C. L. SINCLAIR. P. MOLONY, D. MEALY, D. H. BUCKLEY, apiT it Committee. CARD OF THANKS. The REV. FATHERS OP ALGIERIS interely thank all the Ladies that presided over or assisted at the Tables of the late ALGERINE FAIR, for their constant seal, attention and solicitude to aid them in raising money to meet the heavy expenses of the new Church. That their noble efforts have been fully crowned with success, reference may be made to an article int this paper. CARD OF THANKS. The Marist Fathers and Ladies of Algiers wish to tender through the columns of the press their sincere thanks to those kind and generous-.hearted Ladies of NewOrleanswhoconsiderably contributed by theirvalu. able services to the great successof the late Algerine Fair. Amongst the many, they wish to thank particalarly thegentlemen ofthe Press of New Orleans; Mrs. Cannon Miess Theresa Cannon, Miss Wagner, Miss J. Fleury' and other members of MissCannon's Choir; the Misses and Mr. Cspdevllle, Miss Alice Gardner, Miss Emma Doyle, Miss Linzie Burne, Miss M. E. McGrath, Miss Bella Marlborough and MIss Maggie Kennedy. To these, and all others unmentioned here, they respectfully tender their heartfelt thanks, and pray that God may reward their generosity by granting them a long and happy life. CARD OF THANKS. The Rer. Marist Fathers and ladies of Algiers hasten to express their deep gratitude to the noble people of Algiers in general, and to the many amongst them who have co-operated to make the late Algerine Fair snuch an extraordinary success. The Fathers sincerely thank their Parishioners 'for the generous spirit they have shown throughout; and the Ladies of the Fair Com. mittee take this opportunity to thank those many bcharitable soals amongst the unknown, who have eided them in so many ways. Their names being Legion, is is impossible to mention them here. And both thes Clergy and Ladies return special thanks to Mr. Jerome Hanly for his generosity in accommodating vsleiters from the city by running htsasteam ferry every night; Mr. Ws. Stirling, for his valuable services at Ihe door; Mr. Payjol, for his skill and time spent upon the stage and his magtnicent decoration of the Weblshington table, which excited so much namiratin ; Mr. J. Riley, for his attention to the lighting of the great buinlding; Meess. Wm. Leonard, John Geynor and Frite Ceoonrs, for their isnnsmerable services.. EASTER FAIR, ST. STEPHEN'S HALL, NAPOLEON AVENUE. tr0d TUt nanulri OF T83 NEW ST. STEPHEN'S OHUROH. Hm FAui WILL OP3 0O EASTER SUNDAY EVENING., APRIL IS, Arc conasug ron TWb waes. It will embrace NINE DISTINCT DEPARTMENTS, including many novel features; among othere, a HANDSOME FAMILY BIBLE AND STAND, BRILLIANT FLOWER BAZAAR, PRIZE BABY SHOW, and a BPBESIAL JUVENILE DEPARTMENT, cmn actad by Rev. Father Abbett. Mae sad Other Eate neata mrihest gad. i.i r': _ wc-ý er ..ý BARGAINS I Having too large a stock en hand for the prevailing hard times, we have determined on the following REDUOTIONS : The remainder of those FANO SILKES at 8le are no... ..... ........t'e. As well as a large lot of PONGEE 8LeKS, NEW STYLES, AT THE SAME LOW PRICE. Our pI BLACK SfLK is reduced to............$2 yard A emall lot of WHITE PIQUES. reduced ie..25o. yard A new lot of White GOODS, reduced to.....2o. yard. Plain MOZAMBIQUES. reduced to........... GRENADINES and BAREGES, reduced to. io. JAPANESE CLOTHSP. reduced to............o. LINEN LAWNS, (plain) 150. Figured MUSLINS, 12c. GoodCALICOES, 100. Yard wide 150e. Fine Brown COTTON JOe. Heavy " 1toc. Sea Island 12$I. Soft Finiseh Whitle COTTON, .. 14c. BOBBINET BAIH, $350 each. COTTON .* e05. HONEY COMB QUILTS 123 MARbSEILLES so50 10 4 Cotton SHEETING, 3No. RISH LINEN (24 yards) 6o piece. (* (14yds)Ane .750 S(2I yds) superfine 6o Two Batten KIDS (andresd) tSo. pair Good CORSETS, 750,. Children' White SOCKS and HOSE, (Snish. ed) redneed to................... ..* 0c. Morocco and Pat Leather BELTS.......... 95e. each Pogee PARASOLS...................... 750. Grenadine SHAWL8S.......................I 50 PIQUE TRIMMINGS........................ 50c. poe 44 PERCALES, Cold and Mourning........ Ie. yard Ladies' White Lawna SUITS............ .....2 s50 each Children's White P. K..................... 1 00 & Black Worsted GRENADINE................ 50c. ard Black and White Pineapple GRENAD)INE... 250. Black CANTON CLOTH.................... 250. Ladles' Rlaok ALPACA SUITS............. 7 50 each Black Lace FICHUS........................ ... 50 * Pure Linen SHEETING..................... 870 yrd Small lot Ass'd WHITE GOODS ......I...... . ". Needle Work EMBROIDERY.............. 1o. Tooked SWISS, two yarde wide..............1 b0 Gents Linen Hem-Stitched HANDKER CHIEFS................................ 2. O.each Ladies' Linen HIemStiched IIANDKER. CHIEFS.......15........................... 15. .. IN ADDITION TO THE FOREGOING, We have made GENERAL REDUCTIONS THROUGHOUT 0nn IMMENSE STOCK. AND ARE CONSTANTLY IN RECEIPT Of everything that is NEW AND DESIRABLE IN OUR LINE. WHICH BEING BOUGHT FOR CASH Ann SOLD FOR CASH, GIVES US GREAT ADVANTAGES, Which in turn WE GIVE TO OUR PATRONS. BRASELMAN & ADAMS, 56S and 588.....MAGAZINE STREET.....586 andE88 Corner St. Andrew etreet, CASH HOUSE, ap27lt TIIE LADIES' FAIR FOR ST. JOSEPH'8 NEW ONUROCH WILL BE HELD 18 ST. JOSEPH'S BHALL, Corner of Derbigny and Common Strcets, On Saturday, April 19, and Following Days. TICKETS-TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. ap2o0t BRITISH HOBIERY. We have just opened a fulil and complete inid of the beet BRITISH HOSIERY roB LADIEP, MEN, and CHILDREN. D. H. HOLMES, 155..............Canal Street..............155 apl7 4t5p And 15 Bourbon Street. THE CHINA AND JAPAN TEA OOMPANY. IMPORiTERS AND Special Dealers in Teas and Coffees, No. 259 Magazine Street, Just above the Market, SEW OMLEASS. Sa no connection with any s. use in this City. FHe· ro oommeetion with way Heoet as this City. SPECIAL NOTICES. YOUNG MEN'S CATBOLIC FRIENDS' SOCIETY. The emAoers and members of the above named Society are hereby netiled to attend an important meeting, to be held at their Hall,. on SUNDAY, 37th tast., at It eclock w. A fall and puactual attendance is earnestly requested. Honorary members are respectfully Invrited to be proeseot. By order: M. E. HALLAGAN, President. T. A. TWOMEY, Secretary. NOTICE OF BIECTION.-tItERNIA INSUER ANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS-Conform' ably to the Charter, the election of Directors to serve during the enasing twelve months, will be held at the oSee of the Company, No. 37 Camp street, on MON. DAY, the Sfth (5th) May prezimo, between the heors of IS o'clock A. . and Bo'clock r. K. ayt7 St THOS. F. BRAGGO, Secretary. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ORPHAN BOYS ASY LUN-New Orleanse, April 19, 1873.-As election for Directors of this Asylum, to serve the ensuing jear, will be held at the residence of the Most Rev. Arch. bishop Perche, oh the 4th of May,. 1873, from II o'clock x. to I o'clock r. x. apSO 3t THOS. LAYTON. Becretary BIBEENIA INSURANCE COMPAY OF NEW ORLEANS-No. 37 Camp street.-Conformably to Ar tile II oft the Charter of this Company, a general meeting of the Stockholder. thereof will be held at the odes of the Ceompay. No. 37 Cimp street, s MON DAY. the 5th lay of May. 1873. between the bease of s cleok A. N. .esad I e'eol k P. s., o take Iate eed4 ehsma ad vote apes era pepesed medMeaeeer ameademes to wthe edastoer. on M l8Q0. T. 5iG eswtle. COLUEGE OC a [MMACULATE CONCEPTION, Corner of Common and aonn e streets. NEW ORLEANS. Thlerar yn Loatltn lncorporated by the Steabstorf Latian and empoweed o confer dentdes am .o looted by the Fathere of he Societyof sus. The build. geg ere well adapted ftp educational purpose.. A nrtyard entirely ouet ofrfom the htreet. s re erved fa ereatlon: so that, from the nrrivl of the pupils, at o0 Le., etill thder l at 4Pr. m. they are onaLentlyI deluded and eapsrltandod Tbs Course of Instruction Is threefold: Preparatory, ommeria and Clasloal. The Preparatory Couree It for beginners. Tbe Commercial Course Is fur those students who do Lot wish to learn Latin and Greek. The Classical Cour i. for those who deire . to have a iogplete education. FaL sh taught In the three coures.a Student. are not admitted, Leess they know bow to ead and write. The moral and religioustralning of the etodente Is the esd~ng object. of the Inur-ustore. Evero month a report is sent to parent. elating se - loot, prgeS rAN In claeSAnd ettenTanos. N The academcarl year begins on the Oral of Ociche, Td close towarde the endof July. e TERMS: lollegiate Court.. payable in adwanes, ad A UoPed States currency, two months. O. ~reparatory Courts. $16. Sap27731lv R1 F. GAUTF.ELET._Prsideent. rALUABLE PRIOPERFY IN SIXTH DISTRICT FOR SALE AT A LOW CICE. )N LONG CREDIT,-SMALL CASH PAYMENTS. 'THOSE TWO UNDIVIDED SQUTARES of groned. th rlateslt adet improvements. Eveorydthin tht i wi Tht e imerovements, situated It" feet frats n St. CIharles avene. 53 feet front on Petere avenue. 17 feet fronton St. Dents etreet. and 44 feet fest on )ctavia street. No public necessity will ever call for a 'trset through thie property, which feet makes It the nest valuable in the city fore CONVENT. ASYLUM. Drrs pablicinstltitlin. The ground Is fully two et labove the street level. lb flowers and !.it on the place, in charge of a diil ent cultvator. will pay the isteret on the eet annu aB I aLd it w ndl Tuwple i value In ten years. oto premi moae ombne wen at y time aiter o'clcr r. n. For term., apply to NASH & HODOSON. apt it No. 1 Carrndelet street. LARGES" ORGAN ESTABLISHMENT IN THE Seven Extensive Factories. J. ESTEY & CO., Brattlrboro, Vt, U. S. A., THE CELEBRATED ESTEY COTTAGE ORGANSI rhe latest and beet Improvemnents. Evertthlig that is sew and novel. The leading Improvements in Organ ee introduced first In this establlshmerusn. ESTABLISHED 1840. tV" Rend fer Illustrated Catalogue. apidot DUBLIN. The European Hotel, Bolton Street, J. MOLONT, PsormcaTox. The EUROPEAN Is esrtenlvely patronlsed by tb UUSH, BRITISH and AMERICAN IERARCHYb mad CLERGY. FAMILIES and TOURISTS will Aind in It thes om. borts of a home comtiud itubl noderate charges and weiduons attention.'a Hot and Cold laths. apur t sel4 heWLLD BOHNIE, PR ACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, No. 1 Cerodelet street, near oeornef of Canal, aprch it r o saow caLhacs. lleaut(J41 innr ibfu or ssark9 glotMnap and Cbot Cards, e. RTOneil a ocatng and d esrrucAoelbr Ihe n ItE Pritsat1. ilerT1.5s Inkh . e and nceat Case. daliered ap nand o leere. e AlhaNbets erxrodoc. pestsat Gldng& Co, is Ydby St. losto, A CARD TO TILE PUBLIC, As there will always be rond uoprincipled men id every business, whose standard of Justice and morality lextends no further than to hare the hlmigbty dolir any way they can., a great injustice ha been dons our celebrated and patriotic countryman, the REV. PA. THER BURKE by a elfish and unconscionable et of men publishing and selling unauthorised editions of his works. This same class have added Insult oiniojry by offering for eat. to the public a very mean, catch. penny ptctureof this most eminent divine. Therefore. the reael friends of the Rev. Father Burke can procure theOENUINE COPIES of his invaluable works and a true picture of this sterling Irish Priest, by calling at the OLD CATIIOLIC BOOKSTORE. 1Ii Camp street. AU are invited to eamlnle those pictures before par cbasing elsewhere. Many of those ILctures will be offered for sale sa the Fair fur the benefit of the Nsw Church in Algiert, also at St. Stephen's Church. Napo I Ion Avenue. P. F. GOGARTY, apl: D 151 Camp street. LIKEN S DHI[TS. We bave uJt received per steamship Vandalta, a full and complete assortment of GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS from the manufactories oi CHARVET, PARIS, ja also from Belfast manufactortis, to which we would call the attention of purchasers. D. H. HOLMES, mhe3 tp Nao. 15 Canal end IS Bourbon street. FATHER BURKE. ONCE MORE ! ho ai eHIS e OInESS PIUS Ioe P ARECBSDOMP H RGE A, R ARCHBISHOP MOCLOSKEY,. DANIE OOONMElL, AndEmany DVOTIONAL SUBJECTS. CHAO D. ELDER, Catholic Bookseller. 1e4.Camp stret. , feli Ji lafyette Suaor . New Osreas. "LTUE REMIEDY." Never Known to Fail. PRELPARED FROMY TH.E ORIGINAL RECIPE. FREDEBICKSOAND HARTE, APO)THECARY. 138...~.. ........Canal Street....,.. ......138 root. J. PINST.iw. . aa. sollas FINNHE & BOLAND. ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW, 13..........ColBmagrwtal Plce-...e ...,-*13 New Odmims. * asS 75 las S . MALLORY, Jm., Attosrey 5ad Co@alor at Law, S e areea.M..........3 Bee Cee, line CeDIY epesy, mISUIIID W US~m CLIIBORNE SHOE STORE. L. E. MEEMAN les as Complete a Stoek f LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Button, Lace and Gaiter Boots, lx RID, MOROCCO. BRONZE AND PRUNBLLA As can be found in the City. GENTS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS Congress, Balmorals and Brogans, CALF, MOROCCO AND KIP. BATUHELOR S BEST BRtOGANS' AND OUTTERSON'S SILVER-TIPPED. WARRANT1AD. FOR OASH. L. E. MEERAN, 40.............Chkiborne Street............ 4 (orroerra ThO MA5RK.) N. B.-Any article not giving satisefatlon, alloaaoe will be made at the next purchase, m__ able Iip SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT ow 7ue Mutual National Bank of New Orleans. No. 196 Canal Street, At the closue of boulnese, Tuesday,. Dec. SI, Im6 asOLaCCa : Cesh-Curecy.. .. . .. .... d34 Ceeh-.Gold Coin.................. 2l @ Loans and Dicoanote. . . . .. Dec0be l o7 .I aS .5. SuBonds to eeuure CiroulatUe.......... 410000 Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgg e........ Due from Redeeming and Reserve Ageete.61.51, 1i Due from other nLs e and Bankesrs...... PAaukiug Hones...... B Hu u'reiture and Fixtures. A . r..... ,4 t Premiumsu UuitedPSttu Seeds. ieee? Sair Premium on Gold...................... 1S6at GIAIILfBITTE Capital Block paid in................ $ 50.004 0 Surpiun Fund .............................. 10,3 Circulation........4100 0 Dividends unclaimed............... 714 at Individual Deoaita ................ .7.0446 OT Due to other G uLs aud B Bake..... 1 Profit and Los...........................S4,41 u .0,711,97 94 ALL DEPOSITORS PARTICIPATE IN TIE PROFITS. SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL DPIVIDEND Declared December 31, 1879. ca per oet to Stockholdere. 1i per cenl to Deposltore. PAUL FOURCHYa President ALBERT BALDWINo Viue Preeideyt JOSEPH MITCHELO, Cashier. arrccross, P. asepero. John T. Hardlie Johe D. Cobb. Ernest Miltenberger. Adolph Maycr. Albert Baldwin, Paul Fourosy. Charles Laitte. P. PourelOe. s 74 ly 5M GULF CITY BITTERS. "The Gulf City Bitters," ARR beominto daily more popular in this comuanity, oal whsrever used fast SUPERSEDING ALL OTHER BITTERS. They aro made froml the omot harmls bet Lvigora. ting legrelieets. end hare for their basi the pureess and choicest ob spirits. BAS AN INVIGORATOR, APPETIZER AD A. STIMULANT TO THE I VALID or thoe sedentartly employed, they are DIWVAL.arSiy and they are offered to the public upon merits whick cases them to be ludlopeolblo to every HoMehoeld AFTER THEY IAVZ ONCE BEEN TRIED. In order to accommodate th steadily icreasing d... mend for the GULF CITY BITTERS, I hay recntly nlarged the capacity of my mnanufacturing premises. and wll, Ln future, be enabled 0 filU promptl alU orders, city end country, Ti"'E GULlF CITY BITTERI can be procured by Single Bottle from any of our tetail Liquor Dealere. I) ugglate, Saloonu or Grocers. THE TRtADE SUPPLIED AT LIBERAL RATES. Prepared only by CHARLES, FIUCKE, Wholesale Dealer in Winos and Liq.tore, 8 North Commerce Strsetw Mobile. Alabama. JOHN HENDERSON, 83 Tcboopitoolas at.. Sole Agent. Aleo, Proprietor of the celebrated GERMAN 1Ir. TEB&, a sure and reliable remedy for AGUE end FEVER, end all LIVER COMPLAINYS. nully9p INDIAN TURNIP COMPOUND PEOTORAL BALM, roe Tux CUts or COUGIHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRLONCHITIS. ASTHMA, Aed the varlous Affecdons of ths Luoge end Throat, and for the relief of Conoumptiiv patiente. : The Indlia Turnip Pectoral BALM oeam "- 11.1 ceree the moot Inveverat eases of Bronc ltle,Catarrh. IncipplienConoumption, Pulmonary Oppreselee. the Spasmodic Nor. vool Diesrdere which attend certain forme of Cougha. Sure Threat, end generaily all aeases of Iaaasmatln of the Respiratory Organs. It has a soothin5 action open the iý ,O9Coogh, facilitates expectoration, ehecke the s epitting of Blood. end relteves Ite of Asil ma. In this last dlessae the Indian Turnip Pectorna Balm hyt been gives with the'gretet scess. Is euse in Whooping Gough remarkahiy relieves thie dietreusing affection. Price "1 per boitle. Prepared and for salu by B. LAPLACE. Druggist. Nos. ES and 23 Ei e eest. and Ste principai Wholesale as 4Reail Drutgge ef 'New Orleans. fa' 1IjSyp NOVELTIES Eder's CatholAo BookTtore. PHIOTOGRAH[IC ALIUYM-in great vriety. FATHERI TOM BURKEL'S LECTIURES-She bee e BERL~td??IABOMOS(-ll~bosd ed seheme ALTAR CRUNTS. CRUCIFIXESC ANI CARDS. WAX TAFEESB-pkla end mueseated. PLAINI TALK TO PRG~TESTAMITS-Ignr. BEADS. MEDALS. SICAPULARS. eta. etc. AU ibs BEST NEWR BOOK OF THt SE.MSON - arr·ivi cometantly. -s esee e peblIshed. Poealeo~ by CH~a. D. EaoU, CatbeIlo Bokestlee, Jet sptf 1 apmet r~t~~ DENTIST. JAS. N .(NAPP. 0. 0. S.. 15.,...........lbaronne Street ............11 foaeC eaw naLSuxa rn 3p amw wa WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC. TCO ga Psi DAY-AGW TZ WANTED-ALL drtIsols d working peopillaof d*k amo ymg or V akm -or* io0007 a work for no in th:r sPW mernmes a. U b. Ur. than at asytlig .l.. dols ly G. STIPRON &CO. Portland. Kaie. ITAPTZD - VER3TBODY TO KNOW THAT T MATTHEW WARD. moer t Pnrltor., Plaso.. ... .54.. a ai reody as ahoit b a. to ndm23b oL ob.e with .aaotioa aad pn .notmly.ao aM .t u imad 05as. pOSO~a. Sh~toain 3 o.0sm Cap, Mat S. Aarn' . St . Nf. B-Ptamue pooodanda with on. Pariso. vid iis wall toomit ha rtr. !w N.f Muipo in ow 19 Pw 1 11 1111111"O