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Irning Star and Catholic Messenger. chun
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aW ORLRA]NBS, 5ND4T. NOVUMURBE it. 184 6.
SPASTORAL LETTER
or Ia GonA1E, THS ARCn lHOe OF Naw On- to he
1AxS, ANNOUNIINO G TIS INAUGURTION or eepti
THS MOrU rET ERCTD IN HONOR OF OUR man
LADY OF LOURDES, IN Tva METROPOLIrAN dun:r
caHURCH OF NEW ORLEAN S.its .
only
NArI.PbOl o 0Jr, by the grace of God and favro of 6
the Holy See, Archbishop of New Orleas, Prelate of Metr
the Papal Houshbold, Asmistant at the Pontifcal Lade
Throne, Roman Count, eto.
To the olegy mad lt of our Diocese, Health and the
Ummedletbem Ia Jesse Chrit, Our Lord. sns
p#1e siz/ew-Laborer of the Clergy and Dear it m+
regUran of e Laity :-Oar Catholia popula- ev.
tion, always so remarkable by a most ardent T1
devotion towards Mary, the Immaoulate Vir- eac
gin, the Mother of God, and the Queen of An- aw
gels and men, has been for a long time deeply Gi
moved at the recital of the wonderful miracles Mat
ounstantly performed at the Grotto of Lourdes, 12th
a place sanotified some sixteen years ago by
the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin. On
several occasions, pious members of the Clergy
and Laity have manifested to us the wish that
the devotion to our Lady of Lourdes should
be established in our diocese in a public and F
solemn manner ; and as this wish coincided sheo
with the inclination of our own heart and our are
fial love to that good and tender Mother, we m°"
have determined to erect in the chapel of the PCt
Blessed Virgin of our Metropolitan Church, a
monument, which, in recalling as much as pos- E
sible the Grotto of Lourdes, will transmit to hav
those who will come after us an enduring mem
orial of our tender devotion towards her, who
said of herself: I am the Immaculate Conre.- rem
tion.
The Feast of the Immaculate Conception, I
which is celebrated on the 8th of December, him
being a feast of obligation for all the Catholics e l
of the United States, and being moreover the
patronal feast of the whole country, is na- I
turally the most appropriate day for the inan- ax
guration of the monument of our Lady of str
Lourdes; it is the day we have selected for
this ceremony; and by this solemn inaugura
ionwe ilntend placing in swpecial manner the
city and diocese of New Orleans under the
powerful and maternal protection of the Im- D
maculate Mother of God.
Conformably to the words which she herself or
uttered in her apparitions at the Grotto, we
shall beseech her to restrain the arm of her Di- be
vine Son, so justly raised against us; and to HR
obtain for us that spirit of penance which alone
can disarm the justice of the Lord ; and in or
der that our prayers may be more favorably a,
heard, weahall make to Him the sacrifice of re
our extravagance, follies, vanities, and sensual
inclinations, and immoderate love of pleasure,
and of all other evil habits which have drawn
upen us the chastisements of heaven, and pro- 1
pared for us, more than any other cause, the t3
ruin of our beloved country.
"We will beg of her to watch over our Holy
Mother, the Catholic Church, attacked by so
many embittered enemies, and to cover with
her protection the glorious Pontiff who, by the
definition of the dogma of the Immaculate
Conception has added so brilliant a flower to
the diadem of the Queen of heaven and earth.
We shall ask her to procure for the just the
courage and firmness so necessary in theseevil C
days to persevere unto the end, and to obtain a
for the sinner the grace of conversion, as well
as for our wandering brethren the happiness
to return to the only true Church, out of
which there is no salvation.
As for us, we shall thank her from the bot
tom of our heart for the striking Catholic pro
gress, which manifests itself more and more
in our Diocese, and which we mainly attribute
to her powerful intercession; we shall beg
of her to keep it up, and develop it more and
more; for it is our sweetest consolation in the
midst of the trials and pains, which it has
pleased Almighty God to send us. But at the
same time we shall beg of her, to have pity on
on our dear Louisiana, now so severely tried,
and to avert all those evils by which we see
her so miserably oppressed, and against
which all human efforts seem to be entirely
peweyless; we shall beg of her to restore to
us our ancient prosperity, promising her at
the same time, to make a better use of it, than
we have in the past.
You see, Beloved Brethren, that it is oar
dearest interest to unite our prayers on this sol
emn occasion, and being prostrated at the feet
of that Mother of Mercy, to send forth to her our
most earnest supplications, that we may move
her, and obtain from her that she may look
upon us with eyes of compassion, filling our
souls with hope and life.
Alas, among those we are now addressing,
more than one will likely refuse to listen to
our voice, or take notice of our appeal; nay
more, several will perhaps answer us only by
their impionus sneers and injurious blasphemies.
We shall pray for them particularly, Dear
Brethren; we shall ask for them, through the
intercession of Mary, those powerful graces
which open the eyes the moseet obstinately
closed against light, those graces that soften
the hardest hearts, ad incline wills to good,
in order that we may all, after celebrating the
praise of the Immaculate Virgin on earth, de
serve to contemplate and praise her in heaven,
with her blessed Son, to whom belongs all
glory forever and ever.
We, therefore, after invoking the holy name
of God, have ordained, and do ordain as fol
lows:
1.-The inauguration of the Monument
erected in our Metropolitan Church in honor
of our Lady of Lourdes will take place on
Monday, the 8th of December, which is the
Feast of the Immaculate Conception, in the
afternoon, at an hour tobe hereafter designat
ed.
2.-It is our desire that all the clergymen,
who will be able, should attend this ceremony.
2.-In all the Churches and Chapels of the
Diocese, there will be on that day benediction
of the Blessaed 8acrament, followed by the
singlng of the To Des.
4.--A TtRnum of Praysrs and publio in
bs0teuse wil tleh plas* la ear MatStpilita
Church during the three days which will pre
cede the inauguration.
5.-We grant an indulgence of forty days to
all the faithful who, visiting the Chapel of our
Lady of Lourdes, !will recite three Hall Marys
to honor the mystery of the Immaculate Con.
eeption. They can gain this indulgence as
many times each day as they visit the Chapel
during the Tridnum, the day of the Feast, and
its octave. After the octave, they can gain it
only once aday.
6.-It is our intention to establish in our
Metropolitan Church a Confraternity of our
Lady of Lourdes, which will be afiliated to
the Arch-Contraternity of Lourdes; the per
sons who may wish to become members of
it may from this time give their names to the
Rev. Vicars of the Cathedral.
This, our Pastoral Letter, wll be read in
each eburch, at the parochia Mass, on the
Sunday immediately following its reception.
Given at New Orleans, on the Feast of the
Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, October
12th, 1873. t NiroOLaOc JOSsPH,
Archbishop of New Orleans.
By order of the Archbishop,
G. RAY~MOD, V. G.
Secretary Chancellor.
I FULL MzAeURr.-In purchasing coal, people
I should feel secure that their merchants are men who
r are strictly honest, and %ho will give full and fair
measure. Such men are Messrs. H. & C. Tyler, No. 5
Carondelet street, who sell Anthracite, Cannel and
Pittsburg Coal at the lowest market rats.
- Breathes there a man, woman or child who,
o having a cold or cough, is not anxious to be free from
iti If such there be we have no sympathy for him, but
to him who wishes relief we say, get a bottle of La.
place's Indian Turnip Pectoral Balm, for sale at all
respectable drug stores.
., If you want to make your son happy get
ir, hima pair of red top boots from Wagner's splendid
Sstock. Wagner keeps at the corner of Ursuline and
Dauphine streets, at the sign of the " Red Boot."
a- First-class dry goods are only to be found in
n.- a good store, such as is that of Levy Bros., 580 Magazine
of street.
ar Cheap signs at 138 Girod street.
.a`
GBREEN-POOL--At St. Stephen's Church, Sixth 64
District, by the Rev. Father Mandine, on Tnesda
evening, October 29th, Mr. John G. Green, of Mobile,
Alea, to Miss Mary A. Pool, of this city, but formerly f
of Alexandria.
CONDON-CULLEN-On Wednesday evening, Octo
ber 22, 1873, at St. Patrick's Church, by Rev. Father
Helin, Miss Sarah Agnes Cullen to James J. Condon,
both of this city. a
FITZGERALD-WELDON--On Tuesday evening, c
October 21, 1873, in the Church of St. Stephen's, by the
Rev. Father Abbot, William Fitzgerald to Mises Marga
ret A. Weldon, of this city.
Waterford and New York papers please copy.
DIED: :
MONAGHAN--On Wednesday morning. October 29,
1873, at ten minutes to 1 o'clock, at 268 Common street.
James M. Menaghan. aged forty years, a native of Coun
ty Donegal, Ireland.
ST. ALPRONSUS' TOTAL ABSTINENCE ABSO
CIATION.-The regular monthly meeting of this Asso
elation will be held THIS EVENING, at 4 o'clock, in
St. Alphonsus Schoolhouse, St. Andrew street. A fall
and punctual attendance is desired. Gentlemen wish
ing tojoin are requested to attend.
f no2 It C. L. SINCLAIR, Secretary.
ST. ALOYSIUS TOTAL ABSTINENCE CADET
ASSOCIATION.-The regular monthly meeting of this
Association will be held at 116 Poydras street, corner of
Camp, TO-DAY, at 2 o'clock. Cadets will be required
to pay their dues at this meeting. A full and prompt
0 attendance is expected. Youths wishing to join are
Snvited o be present.
d T. J. EGAN, Ja., Vice President.
S JAS. AUSTIN, Secretary. no2 It
CARD OF THANKS.
To M. Wheelahan. Esq., President of the Conference
of St. John's, Society of St. Vincent do Paul :
1, Respected Sir-The Directors of St. Vincent's Home,
e having received through you the sum of $120 80, the net
It proceeds of the entertainment given for the benefit of
the Home in the old St. John's Church, return their
grateful thanks to Rev. Father Kennedy for granting
0 the use of the hall, to the young gentlemen who got up
the performance. and to Mrs. Virginia D. Ruth, Mrs.
n Natill, Mrs. Johnston, Miss E. Pajoy, Messrs. Van
Hullin, M. J. J. Bowden, Meteye, George Dix and Joseph
Miller. Jr.; also, to the Young Men's Catholic Literary
Society of St. Theresa's Parish, and to the Hibernia
Cornet Band, under the leadership of Mr. T. J. O'Sulll
it van, for their valuable services on that occasion.
D. P. SCANLAN, President.
M. J. KERNAGfIAN. Fecretar. . no2 It
A CARD.
We are happy to inform the public that we hare
succeeded in securing the services of that energetlo
and affable gentleman. Mr. TEOS. B. O'CONNOR, in
our Dry Goods Store, No. 820 Magazine street, where
he will be pleased to meet his many friends of the
country and city, and attend to all their wants in the
Dry Goods line, at
LEVY & BROS.,
not It £80 Magazine street
HERMITAGE,
House, Sign and Ornamental Painter,
SIGNS AND LETTERING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
«' SATISFACTION GUARAd1EED.
138............Girod Street..............138
no2 lm5p Near Camp.
1874 cATHOLIC FAMILY .LMANAC. 1874
My New Edition-First and Second Thousand Copies
will be issued November 4, 1r73.
Brice Wc per copy; 12 50 per dozen; $16 per 1C0.
CHAS. D. ELDER. Publisher
no2 lm5p 124 Camp street, New Orleans.
PHILIP McCABE
GREAT AMERICAN STOVE,
COPPER, TIN, AND SHERT IRJN WORKER,
AND DEALER IN STOVES AND GRATES,
100 ........... Camp Street. ....... ... 100
no2 It One dooeer rm Poydru. New Orleans.
WORKIG CLASS--MALE OR FEMALE.
3r (30a week..4mplment at home, da or svsnui;
UO CS1tsll IustEotlose and valuable pakage e scd
-11 frm hry i. ,db,_s witC O i o1at reua ra p.
asi in If. TOVR@ &O..rn 11 mewieah in., N.Y.
GAND OPENING o
NEW FALL MILLINERY.
MRS. W. JACKSON,
No. 554 Magazine, Cor. of St. Mary street,
hausjst received a superb stock of HATS. RIBBONS, o
FLOWERS and MILLINIEY GOODS of all descrip' t
tions. REAL LACE GOODS. COLLARS, HAND b
KERCHIEFS etc,, etc., AT COST.
A full stock of Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Embroidered Yokes and Pillow Cases, New Scarfs
Ties and Noek Ribbons, Sashes, ete., etc. r
GOLD AND BILVER FRINGE AND STARS FOR
BEGALIASL
Black Silk Fringes, Glape, Buttons, etc.. in great
variety, with a die variety of
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, ETC.,
all at prices to sult customere. noS Imlp
DRY GOODS AT ASTONISHING BARGAINS
MAX BRAUN'S.
611............Magazine Street ....... «. 611
Near Josephine.
WINDOW SHADES AT HALF THEIR VALUE. c
On MONDAT, No. 3, I will open my entire stock of
FANCY AND 8TAPLE DRY GOODS a
at a great inducement to our lady friend dead cnstomsrs, d
and will continue the same durlng this great pasi.
steok of DRSS GOOD, such as AllWool Cashmeres
Emprese Cloths, BattInea Serges, Reppa, Alpacas
(stiped and pain) all of the newest shades and latest
styles. BLACK A..LPACA A SPECIALTY.
Hosiery, Handkerhiefs, Cureets, Shawls, Flannel
and Blanket.e AT GREAT BARGAINS.
Also a full line of HOUSEKEEIPING G0ODS, Mat
tin. Rugs, CSrpetes, Maltt, Oil Cloths, Crumb Cloths,
0 andWindow Shades.
ir Call soon, and convince yourselves that all Goods can
be had as advertsed. at
nol lmlp IMAX BRAU'S, 611 Magaziane st.
NO PANIC............... NO SUSPENSION
NO HUMBUG !
m We beg to Inform our many friends that during the
t late crisis In the DryGoods Market we have bought for
' cash a large and nioe assortment of DRESS GOODS,
l BLEACHED and BROWN DOMESTICS, ALPACA,
JEANS, HOSIERY, HAYDKIERCHIEFS, etc., etc.,
which we will sell at very lowpcioee, a few of which we
st append:
id Good Brown CANTON FLANNEL ................i't
Ad ll Colors JEANS ............................150,
All Wool FLANNELS......... ..........c.
44 White COTTON. ..... 1c.
4. LOISDALE ................
in Artllo cf BLACK ALPACA .............. .c.
n lArge uortment of Two-Button KID GLOVES,
slightly spotted, at .............................5c.
And everything else In proportion, at
nog Im5 LEVY BROS., S580 MagazIne street.
M ME. ROSA REYNOIR,
FRENCH MILLINERT,
60...... .... gazine Street ............ 609
NearJoeephine, New Orleans.
Country and city orders solicited and promptly at
tended to. Visitors to the city will do well to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
MRS. MONTAGUE,
(LATE Op l1a. WAsHIrMTOE's)
FasHIONABLE DRESS MAiER,
wrrTa aIE. REZTOIR.
Dresses made in a superior style, and perfect ti guar
anteed. Prices moderate. Country aod olty ordere
promptly attended to. Particular ttention Iven to
cutting and bating. no2 lm5p
LADIES LADIES I LADIES!
The November METROPOLITAN. containing all the
WINTER FASHIONS,
just received, and for sale at the Agent's office,
NO. 89 CANAL STREET,
where a full assortment of
Batterick & Co.'s Celebrated Paper Patterns
are always on hand. Every pattern warranted to fit.
Call early to avoid the general rush.
Ladies in attendance.
nel It WM. E. COOPER. Aglent.
CASH I WANTI
CASH I MUST HAVE! I
CASH I WILL HAVE!!!
I offer for Cash the GREATEST BARGAINS in
DRY GOODS ever offered in this or any other market.
For $50 eash I will give $100 worth of FRESH AND
SEASONABLE DRY GOODS.
NECESSITY KNOWS NO LAW.
Now is your opportunity. Don't miss it.
noe It KEBEGEIR, 594 Magazine street
JOSEPH SCHWARTZ,
IMPOBTER AND DEALER IN
Carriage, Wagon and Cart Materials,
Springs, Ailes.d BoltWheeds , de eelsBuggy
Bodies, Wood Work, Trimmings,
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
SARVEN PATENT WHEEL,
arriage and Wagon Maker and Repairer,
SALES ROOM, NO. 74 CARONDELET ST.,
Factory--No. 6 Carroll Street,
no2 Gm NEW ORLEANS.
FURNITURE .......... ....... FURNITURE.
H-UH FLYNN,
107............ Poydras Street ............167
All who want to purchase CHEAP FUIRNITURE
can call at 161 Po3jdra street, between St. Charles and
Carondelet streets.
On account of retiring from the Furniture business. I
as now selling off my large stock ol New Furniture at
greatly reduced rates. I am selling at rates below that
et any house in the city:
Walnut Victoria Bedroom Sets marble-top ........ $15
Parlor Sets, eleven pieces........... .. ............110
Donble Bedstead, with Teeters and Rollers.. 1. 2 IP
Kltchen an Dinlngroom Furniture atequally low rates.
Spring, Hair and Moss lMattresses, of the best quality
and at greatly reduced prices. no2 73 10
THE PREMIUM BUTCHER STALLS.
MARTIN LANNES, BUTCHER,
nSTALLS 3l, 38 and 7,
MAGAZINE. MARKET,
NEW OBLEANS, LOUISIANA,
repocetfally informs hbls fiends and the public in gen'
eral that he is prepared to furnish Families, Hotrels
Boarding-houses. Steamboate, Ships and Steamshipp
with the beat BEEF, MUTTON, POR., SAUSAGE
Tripe, Pigs, Fowls, Game, Vegetables, etc., eta., and
everything the market affords. at thevey lowest rates.
Thanking my customers for past favors. I solicit a con.
tinuance of the same. Reco ect the Stalls. Na. 37, 38
and 7, Magazine Market, where all orders sent will be
thankfullly received and promptly filled.
« All meats delivered free of charge. nt2 6m
COAL ...............COAL.. ......... ... COAL.
Pittsborg, Virginia Cannel and Anthracite
rOAL,
Delivered to all parte of the city at lowest market
rates, by W.O. COYLE & CO.,
Oflce No. 130 OrGaver street.
Yards-Corner Julia and Water streets, and head of
taee street. nos 3m
COAL .................. COAL ................. COAL
H. & C. TYLER,
9............ Carondelet Street...........9
will sell Pittsburg. Anthracite and Cannel COAL. in
quantities to ult customers, at the lowest market
rates.
no23m H. k C. TYLER.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
IlBERNIAN BENEVOLENT AND MUTUAL AID
ASSOCIATION-Branch No. 4-New Orleans. Nov l,
Icd;.-The regular monthly meeting of Branch No. 4
will be held on WEDNESDAY NEXT, N.,v. 3, IeI7,
at 1 o'clock, in St. John's Old Church. Dryades street.
I. WIIEELAbIAN, Presldent.
PATRICK IOLONY, Secretary. no- It
HISBENIAN BENEVOLENT AND MUTUAL AID
AsociatUon-Branch No.6 .-Tbe regular monthly meet
ing of this Brancb will be heldon TUEBDAY, Nov. 4,
187 at I P. M.
By order: . F. BRENNAN, President.
J. L. H8RLI, Bee. Secretary. noad I
RESUMPTION OF SPECIE PAYMERT.
BAWKING ROUSE OF JOB. A. WALIER,
6 Royal and 113 Canal Street.
Horae Greeley said, " the best way to bring about
resmption of specie payments was to resume "-not to
talk about it, but to resume. So thinks the popular
banking rm of JOS. A. WALKER, and acoordingly
tts members yesterday held a meeting and determined
to open the ball.
The following named Directors of the Institution
were present:
J. A. WALKER, President.
JOS. BERNARD,
M. G. O'HARA,
M. FARRELL,
JOHN CABBAIONE,
EMILE BUBIE.,
TONY OUGATTA,
PATRICK SCOTT,
AUGUST NOE,
L. POLLOCK.
Whereupon It was resolved unanimously that all
checks upon thisd " Bank " would henceforth be paid in
"hard coin," and that its patrons would, as heretofore
meet with a prompt and satisfactory response to their
demand.
Call at the "Bank" and test its solvency. It is ready
to meet any "run" Its customers may see fit to make.
JOS. A. WALKER, 'resident.
JOB. BERNARD, Private Secretary. nou it
SJOS. BERNARD. Private Secretary. no_ It I mt
TlE BEST COUGH SYRUP IN THE WORLD
IS THAT WHICH COMBINES ao
rel
Efficacy, Pleasantness and Cheapness. to
DUCONOES sti
PECTORAL BALSAMIC SYRUP
FULFILS ALL THESE CONDITIONS.
1. It is so palatable that even children take it with ,
much relish. to
&. Owing to its pecalar composition, it never fer. oc
ments, and oan be used with safety fi the last drop,
after several months standing, which is a great saving oI
to the pockets. or
And last, though not least, it is sovereign in Colds'
Coughs, Caarrhs, Bronchitl, Laryngitis, Sore Throat,
Whooping Cough, Spitting of Blood, and even in Con
sumption, when timely resorted to. oc
It is a standard medicine which time has only made t
more popular. It is an old friend in every household in
Louisiana, where it has been in use for the last forty
Sears with unfailing saeoess; and its reputation is now t,
spreading with great rapidity throughout Alabama, Is
Georgia, Missssippi and Texas.
For sale, with foll directioc, by Wheelock, Finlay &
Co., Ball, Lyons & Co., .L J. Hart & Co., Frederickson
& Harte, 3. Monteuse & Co., St. Cyr Founroade, Aletx
A Gaudet, George Meyer, P. Barthe, Jo. Pfefferle'
H. Curtius, J. Gourdon, P. Marchand, and generally by
I ll respectable druggists.
A. CARROUCHE, General Agent,
nod6m 39 Chartres street, N. O.
$20 SAVED!
To meet the urgent demand of the times, the FLOR.
ENCE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY have de
termined to
a REDUOC PRIOCS.
and will hereafter sell their $70 Machine for X30, and
other styles in proportion.
THE FLORENCE
is the ONLY Sewing Machine that feeds the work back
ward and forward, or to right and left, as the purmhaer
Smay prefer. It has been greatly IMPROVED AND
SIMPLIFIED, and is far better than any other ma
chine in the market.
IT IS NOW THE CHEAPEST.
AGENTS WANTED.
Florence, Mass, November 1, 1873. no2 Im
LOISANA HAT MANUFACTORY.
Joax FiRtL, PRACTICAL HArrCt,
(Sruoessor to A. Marnier,)
S4............. T, CHARLES STREET.............54
(Near Oravier street, New Orleans.
SPersonal attention plaid to all orders. Keeps ces.
u atsntlon ched a choice assoriment ef Hate. cos 731,
HOME MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK, 
No. 71 Camp Street.
JOSEPH RAYMOND, President,
GEO. W. BYRNE, Cashier.
DIRLCTOsa :
Joseph Raymond, James D. Edwards,
Louis A. Wilits, E. P. Rareahlde,
Marltn Kelifer, C. F. Lanman,
Joseph Kelipr, Paul Esteban.
N. A. Wilcox.
HOME MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK,
No.71 Camp Street.
This Bank baving been in a position not to suspend
Currency Payments, cotinues its regular business
without interruption. It continues to pay Currency to
ihose Depositors who have Currency Balanoes, and for
the accommodation of its Patrons will receive CENITI.
FLED CHECKS on tl'e Associated LBanks of this city
pa)able only in kind.
GEO W. BYRNE.
asi I5ptf Cashier.
TIIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTIN G
between the undersigncd, under the style oi J.
McCAFFREY & CO.. was dissolved on the let inst.
Mr. MctAFFREY assumes the liabilities, and will
collectalldebts due the firm.
J. MrCAFFI:EY.
E. L. McKEON.
New Orleans, October 10. le7:1.
1 TxFRIINt( to th aoe o I beg leave to Inform my
i frlends and customers that I will continue the
HAY, GRAIN AND WESTERN PRODUCE BUSI.
NESS for my own account, at the old stand, and
solicit a conti uance of their favors.
J O. MOCAFFRRY,
Oct*2tf p No .0 Poy'dras street. corner of Fulton.
THE PEOPLE HAVE CHOSEN.-Tbe experience
of years has convinced an intelligent public that for all
ailments involving weakness and irritability of the
stomach, obstructions in the bowels, a morbid condition
of the liver and nervous debility,
TAaAxT's ErFxnRVxscalt SELTZER APERaEa T
Is the surest, safest and swiftest remedy. Not merely
agreeable, but absolutely delicious to the palate; it also
possesses four medicinal elements which have never
been united in the same happy proportions in any other
preparation. It is the gentlest and most painlessof
cathartics, a wonderful tonic an unexceptionable alter.
ative and a certain corrective of all impurities which
may exist in the blood or other Iluida of the boJy. De.
cline all Imitations of the genuine article.
my4 6m5p SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
GAS FIXTURES ...........GAS r'IXTUIRES
AT NEW YORK PRICES.
FOR SALE BY P. It. QUINLAN.
No. 280 Camp Street, near Cali:ope street.
The latest and most approsed patterns in Chandeliers
constantly on band. Stores. Offices and Dwellings ftted
up on short notice and on reasonable terms.
Jobl ine solicited ocli Imlp
JOHN N. HEALY,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NO. 9 COMMERCIAL PLACE,
(Potoflioce Box. F2f5,)
anti 73 lySp New Orleans.
S . MALLRY, JR.,
Attorney and Connsellor at Law,
37...... ... . Camp tret . .....37
Rear Omeo, Hiberiats hnarses. Cempy.
tuiS 73 Ip sw o"m"ae.
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a. u. OLrss. A. 3oa1VXA. 3. D. wiL.s.· r
D. H. HOLMES,
Noe. 155 Canal and 15 Bourbon Streets,
1IW O3LW4
DIRECT IMPORTATION.
SILKS,
EMBROIDERIES,
LACES,
SUITS,
CHILDREN'S GARMENTS
HOUSE FURNIS IINP
HOSIERY, ETC.
Wholeslale and Retail.
myll 73 ly5p
CHARTER.
STE"" OrL LotIiSIAIA-PAOISH Ow O .Ls, a
CS Y oA NTw OSZs. O ) o
Be it known. that on this eleventh day of Poptember.
In the year of our Lord one thousnd night hudreo Ti
and esventythrbe, and of tbe Independence of the wa
United States of America tb ineetyeighth, befoe Dier
me, WILAtM Joewin CASrni, a Notary Public In and flt
for the Pariah of Orleans. Stale of Louisana, duly oon. in a
missioned and qualified. and in the preeence of the Of N
witnesmee hereinafter named and undersilged, person. a
ally came and apered the partles whose names a r lt
hereunto subecribed, who declare that, availing them- of tl
selves of the provisions of the 8tatutes of Loleuisiana
relative to the organiation of Corporations in this
State. they covenant, agree and bind themselves, and A
those who may hereafter become memaers of this Cor. slo
poration, to form themselvee Into and oonstltute a Cor. 11
poration, for the objects and purpoes and under the rat
stlpulatlons following, to wit: awl
ARTICt.E I. ml.
That the name. style and title of this Corporation a
shall be TRE NEW ORLEANS HOMESTEAD AS.
SOC:IATION. It shall be domiciled in the city of New
Orleans, and have and enjoy suoccesslon in its corporate
name for twelve years. It may sone and be sued, and
the President of the Association is designated as the
officer upon whom a lt citations shall be served.
ARTICLE II. T
Its object shall bethe accumulation and disbursement afoa
of a fund sufficient to enable the Stockholdels to buildi t
or purrhase for themaselyes. such real estate within the nit
city of New Orleans, shd also that of Carrollton. a her
they may deem advantageous. the
ARTICLE II,
The members of this Assocliation must be residente
of Louisiana. Minors may hold stock through their
tutors, and women in their own right. I
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of this Association shall be Five
Hundred Thousand (f500,00t) Dollars, divided inte
twenty-five hunored (100) shares, ot two hundred doi.
tars each. The stock shalt be paid s follows A first CO
payment of fifty (0) cents on each share, and every
succeeding weeh thereafter a p1yment of twenty-nfe
(25) cents on esch share; this method of paying to con.
tinse until the sum paid in by lnstalmnnts. with all
proflto added thereto, shall amount to two hundred
8i5i) dollars for uach share.
ARTICLE V.
In ease any stockholder shall neglect or refuse to pay
his weekly instalments as often as the same shUll be
payable, such stookholdsr so naglecttng or refusing
shall forfeit and pay, for each neglect or refusal, an
additilonal sum of five (51 cents for each share of stock
by him held. Any stockholder, having effected a loan
on his stock, who shall neglect or refuse to pay the mi
weekly portion of the Interest on each share for which Ht
he hae received a loan, shall pay an additional sum of in
five (5) centso on each share on which a loan bua been ad
effected. Each and every weekly refusal or neglect to
pay his Instalment or interet, bshall b charged to his
account. These fines may be avoided by paying In lad.
d vance for a certlain time, durnlog which ptiod it being
covered by a prepayment no fInes can be levied. N
ARTICLE VI. 7
S Each stockholder, for each share of stock that he may
ir hold In the Association shall be entitled to receiveofrem
D the funds of the Aseociatlion a loan of two hundred 0
a ($200) dollars-les the pemulom offored. Whenever
the funds in the treasury shall warrant one or more
loans shall be disposod of to the stockbholder offerintghe A
highest voluntary premium, In nsuch manner as the
Board of Directors may determine. Should he so wish.
Iany stockholder bavingapluralty of shares, by makiUng
the same known at the time of osffering, shall be en-e
titled to succeeding loans. ofered at that timeo, st th
same premium per loan, to the full amount hts shares
entitle him-provided he shalt not receive more than a
one hundred oand seventy (S5l7) dollars loan on each
5share. No stockholder shall be entitled to a loan on
more than thirty (30) shares. No stockholder shall be
entitled to a loan whol Is n arrears to the Aesoctation.
yStockholdere taking loans shall pay interest thereon (on
nominal loan) by weekly payment, at the rate of sight
i() per eentum per annum.
ARTICLE VII.
Whenever a stockholder shall be declared entitled to
a loan or loans, be shall allow to be deducted the pre.
mium offered by him for the eare, and before receiving
the same he shall secure the payment thereof to the
Association by act of mortgage and transfer of policy
of fire insurance to the Assoclatloo and. if there be
any due, a receipt for paid up Stette, Parslh and Muni.
clpal taxes. In cuase of fall ure to give satisfactory
security for such loon within three months from the
date of purchase, the interest, together with alil costs
and charges, or expenses attending the examination of
title and searches, shall ie charged to such purchaser
sod the money revert back to the Association.
ARTICLE VIII.
nil Stockholders. having taken no loan, and wishlng to
Ba withdraw from the Association, shall be eontitle to
to receilve from the Tieasunrer the amount of dues actually
for paid in by them, first deducting all flnesand forfeitures.
'Iand spoition of all lesseo incurred. Any stockholder I
it having taken one or mure loans, desiring to withdraw.t
will be pertmitted todoso; provided he shall have re
paid said loan, which he may do at any time; and, in
case of the repaymenot thereof, before the explratlin of
the twelfth year afer the organization of this AssoclaI
J tion. there, shall be r.fundcd to said borrower one.
Stwelfth of the premirum paid. for every one of the said
rill twelve yearn then unetpred. Stochoidelors having
taken loans wilt also be permitted to withdraw from the
Association, provldli they shall have sold all their
interest in the resl estate, together with all their Inter
eot in the Association. and that their vendee in such
sales shall have applied to, and by s voteof a majority
of the Board of Directors, shall have been admitted
my and approved as a member of the Association, and suob
e stitoted for, and admitted to all the rights and lsbill.
SI. ties of the retiring member in and to the same; pro
aod vlded always that stockholders, wishing to withdraw,
shall give one month's notice to the Board of Directors
of such intention. Upon the death of a member who
. bhad not received a loan or loeans, his heirs or legal repreo
eeutarivesr,. wishing to withdraw, shall be entitled ito
receive from the Association eich deceased member's
full interest thereon, first deducting his fines and arrear
ages, and his portion of losnses sustained.
ARTICLE IX.
If the interest remains unpaid for one year, the
Board of Irectors may compel pspament of the prini.
pal and interest of any loan by ordering pruciedings to
be instituted on the bond and mortgage according to
law. In this case of recovery of loans by law, all unes.
forfeitorre, loses, interest. principal and legal costs
shall be footed up snd charged to the party caueoigech
course of action to be pursued by the Aseociatron, and
If the amount recovered exceed the nominal loan and
Iree interest for the tiue such loan was used, the ecess
Sall shll be given the defaulting party. In case any stock
holder (not having taken a loan) shall neglect or refuse
the to pay his wekly instalments sad fines for thea space of
lien one year. such stockholder so neglecting or rcuf mog,
shall receive from the Tlreasurer the amount of doues
actusally paid in bv him, without any allowance for is
terest. fist deducting a!l lines and forfeitures that may
be charged stafnst 1him. snd also a portion of all the
rely losses incurred, and from that time cease to be a mem
als bor of the Aseociation.
ARTICLE X.
c All the corporate powers of this Association shall be
her managed sndenerclisd by a Board of Directors. to con.
o slat of thirteen stockholders, and a majority of whom
ter. shall onstitute a quorum for the transactioun of busL
new.
leh ARTICLE XL
DO The following named gentlemen shall iotistutlte the
first Board of Directors. who shall bold their oice uatil
the second Monday of January. 10'4. or until thelr smo
Scensors shall be duly elected and qualified as Directors:
v' Messrs. Edward Sweeney. Thin. U Walsh. E M. Iere
mlnegham. John Mc(;atfiy John J. Finney. Pi. . Cur
ley, Martin A. Alleyn J. t Mahouey Dr. E. T. Shrp.
pard, Thea. McKecdrlck. 1'. A. Finney, A Leo anl
T. '1.t I ' Jd llio.
ARTICLE XII.
0rs On the second Monday of Januoary. ie7, and annually
tied thereafter, an clection for Directors by the etockholieru
of the Am.ociatlon shall be held at the offce ,f the sald
uAssocation; and a plurality of votes. counting one
vote for each share of stock voted on, sball be sudrient
to elect; nd at this meeting a detailed exhibit of ihe
transations of thils Aoat on for the yemr preceding
shall be suimitted to the stockholders. A failure to
elect on theday aforeald shall not dissolve the Assooi
tion. but the PreiLdent shall cause another electios to
be bold within thirty days threaiere giving notice of
he same in a daily nowspsper published in English In
.- - ew Orleans. The osJrd~of ~roctor sbhll have power
to supply any vacancy that may occur in theer body by
death, reoigtatlon or otberwse
ARTICLE RIIL
All toansar ef stock shall be made cn the books of
.37 tk lssclatdo to p o by prey, but • t hile
any CladbtdassOsth AseoteIse 551 salosS with
the ·oucasl adthe Neerd of Drects's
ARTICLE XIV.
No stockholder shall in any event he made Imobl. bet
jond the amnount ot his subseription to the capital steak
of the Assoclation or his iandebtedtes to the same.
ARTICLE XV.
The stockholders of the Asotlatlon. at a geral
meestin, convenesd or that purpos, by the Board ot
Directors, or by the Preeldent at the written reuie o
dheen (15) tockholders, after th&rty (t3) days aotle
in dll newspaper published in Eglsh in the city
of New Orleon, may akes. any modicatoae, addlte
and changes in this Act of Inoorporation or Charter.
with the asuent of the reprentatives of threWfomrthe
ol the total stock subscribed.
ARTICLE XYI.
At the explration of the Charter, or sooner If the
stock be paid up. the atrirot the Aesoclatlon shall bh
li.qudaled, Its debts paid, and the balance divided pro
rate among the stockhboldrs on the amount held by
each of paid-up stock, under the charge of three Con.
misaioners. who shall be stockholders, appointed by the
Board of Direotors for that purpose.
Thoe. C. Walsh. Edward Sweeaney,
Andrew Leo. P. A. Finneyn
It. A. Alleyn. Jno. MoC ley.
Thns IMcEendrick.
Thus done and passed at myr ofee st Now Orleansi
aforesaid, the day month and yar Bret above wrltten,
In the presence o Harris Murphy andJames J.Weolf,
witnsses of lawful sge, domllllated In this olty. who
hereunto sign their names with the partias, ad me
the said Notary, after the reading of these presents.
HAntSla Muarny, Jaes J. WouL,
blt o tf W. J. CiATELL, Notary Pbl.
INDIA TURNIP COMPOUND
PEOTORAL BALM.
"oR aon cus oU
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS,
ASTHMA.
And the various Afhectlons of the Lange and Thre,
and for the relief of Consumptive pUatient.
The Indian Turnip Pectoral BALMee .
.O pitetely cores tho most inveterate erene of
o lronh THE CAVh Inot iEtENaTBea,
vons Disordmer which attena certin ltrrme
of Cougehs, ore Threat, and bgeneras
oases of Inflammation of theBsolr
Organs. It has a soothing actiLon penpos the
,eCo cb, feilitete epectratiUee, heas tha
' spitf i of Blood, and relieves ias of Ath.L
mIa In this last disess the Indian Turnip Pectoal
Balm hua been glven with the greatest nccases Its us
in WhoopinglC ough remarkably rUeoss thldis dteeoat
affeotton. Price Il per bottle.
SPrpared and for sale b
B. PLACE Drunlist,
SNo1. 3 saod n Elysian Fields street,
and the prlnclpbl Wholesale and Retail Drorgists of
New Orleans. t1.7 73 IH
THE DENGUE
y Can best be kept off frm the system by using the
d CORDIAL ELIXIR OF IRON AND PERUVIAN
io TTBARK.
e A pleasant and powerfol Tonic that Is tseeodally
Sdapted to counteract the cllmatic lndaoonens by which
the most robust frame ten becomes prostrated at the.
- end cf the hot saeon.
o It acts both au a safe Preventive before the attack
, and as a Tonic after the fever Is broken..
d Prepared and for sale only by
I eFREDERICKSON & HARTE,
n. mlyStp 139 Canal street. Touro Baoltding.
hi GULF CITY BITTERS.
"The Gulf City Bitters,"
Sbecomaeg daily more popuar In this community, sa
hwherever used fast
y SUPERSEDING ALL OTHER BITTERS.
T? Thy are made from the most harmless. b.t invigera
tin ingreedients, and have for their basis the puree
a ndcholoest of spirlts.
ste AS AN INVIGORATOR, APFP TTZER AfIB A
Sf A STIMULANT TO THE INVALID
er or thoee sedentarlly employed, they are IxvALUAD.5
and they are offered to the publo open merits which
canes them to be indlspenslble to every Ilonsehold
to AFTER THEY HAVE ONCE BEEN THIED.
to In order to accommodate the eadlly Increasing do.
Ily wand for tb. GULF CITY BITTERS, I have recently
s. enlarjeld the rapacity of my manufacturing premis
isr and ill, in future,. be enabled to l promptly a
w, orders, city and coontry.
on TIE GULF CITY BITTERS
I can be procured by Single Bottle from anoy of our etal I
o- Liquor Deal)ers, Druggists, Saloone or Orycers.
Tid TIE TRADE SUPPLIED AT LIBERAL RATERL
he Prepared only by
sir CIIARLE8 FRICKE,
r Wbolesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
i 8 North Commerce Street,
Mobsle, Alabama.n
oh- JOiiN IIENDERBSON, 83 TohopLtoulas st.,
Ill. Sole Agest.
in- Also, Proprietor of the celebrated GERMAN BIT.
iv, TERS. a sore sad reliable remedy for AGUE and
OrFEVEV , and all LIVER COMPLAINTS. no3 lyip
rho
1 TO SAVE 18 TO GAIN.
Dre P. F. QOOARTY,
CATHOLICI BOOKIELLER AND STATIONER.I
the 151 ............Camp Street ........... 151
30' Informs the public that he is prepared to furnish all
to Books on the Alphabetical List of the Catbolic Pubi
05. cation Society st TWENTY I'ER CENT LESS THA
t CATALOGUE PRICE. Therefore, do not ossad yo
od money to New York when you can do better at hon.
Ld ll orders promptly filled by
.h mv'l tf P. F. GOGARTY. IJl Camneireet.
l M HOB. McKENDRIUCK,
S PLL'MBER AND (SAS FITTER,
s. No. 65 Magazine street, near Philip,
the New Orleans.
em
Kitchen lsngse, not. Cold and Shower Baths. Water
Closets. Wash tuds. Pump aed Hydrant., fitted en
the most approved styis. Gas. Steam and WaterPipee
I e Faucets. Gas Chandelier. eta, fitted up _artuly a
,OO at the shortest mottrs. eaL 73 IISr
WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC.
I.YFORMATION WAX 1WE-OF ROGER McVEU
I ON,. or ble nephew,. JOHN McV RNO ' of oeuahy
Down. Ireland. Addres. Ol.. O..0 A.
ooJ 3Lt Usteevltlle. Georgi.
ANTED-g-tVP E oV" uOCuEZKI tR 1 TH
Vouth to try. . C. rollins' P..BRAGO Tca
POWI)EK. goranteO d the purest ad stroeees eas
otl':ed theb people. Ask your Kroer for the I r
and once tried, yon will nevrer use any otbser. wa
sale depot, No. is TcbouputouThd street. 0010
S.B ETINO IROOM FOR RENT.-THU IEPACRIO
JVl and ell-furuobid Meetlair¶ , i. U. IlI Idtn
streeL. coner of Camp. will be rate. to roeL .
C.ubs. eo., by the eieollS r omouth, Os ismom
Apply a1 the 5605 of the Vonumo 0r*. .11 W.
XONGO MEN WANTED-TO LZARN AND
I ogoe In teegraph o atg for now Tsigroh
ooEce. Baslnees Itsrse4 Ina s ort tie. PsoO·
sod od ps s Ijg dttlt10s o see so qeuehlOmL I
or addreesa IZTWO)LITAK TMLEG.&H. l C, .
mereatl Plio,. Hew Olens.e La. lS
JrTO $0 PER DLY-AOZN1TS WASTND-AZE.
qeJ delsse of working pee~I5 of etude see, weoabr
o  me mosr m seyyas w orI for usa oW e
menslir aOe. tme. tOea at ,O/tih, ee.
4.IM Utj 0lI . STIN9ON a CO., Palakel. EWA

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