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*ornin. Star and Catholic Messenger.
NEW ORLEANS, BUNDAY. MAIUCH 25. 1584.
The letter of the Pope to the Roman Catho
tio bishops of Austria, exhorting their to
combat the pending ecclesiastical bill ill the
Reichstag, is idated the seventh instant. his
Eioliueas.uays the measures are calculated to
place the Church in ruinons servitude, and
takes occasion to renew Isis protest against thse
rupture of concord. The Pospe has also writ
ten to Emperor Franlis .Joseph personally,
adjuring him t,, protect the Church within his
The Reici stag has refused to pass a bill
fixing the iordtinary strength of the regular
army at 4tiO,i'tli. The government threatens
to dissolve it in case it persists in the refusal.
Serrano, with :11,01il umel and 9o pieces of
artlllery, is now face to fare with the entire
Carlist army, numbering :;,,t'0i) men, while
-sother govurllmeut army of u,nidi, under
Lama, is muartching on the rear of the Carlists.
After a long debate on the 1Wth, the resolu
tion oflfered by the Left censuring the Govern
tsent for its action in reference to the nomnlia
t.ion'of Mlayors of cities, was defeated by It
mnajority of 1;.
4n the lt;th, NaSplleil's son having attained
his nmajority ( I- years), was vi.sted at CLhihsl
burst by iiabout :,'titi smtit nenti al pelsons fioia
VN , i.AN I '.
Parliamenit reasseslciled on thie l 1th, inld tihe
Qneerl's sltes I ta'. wtald. After cotllgratullatl rig
(he country .nI the nl,'cels of the Anhant,,e
<tcpedition, t ' ni;ii;tage, of Lhe isu "t11'1 the
frioudlilCes. 'i for, ig llIpowers, she advisi.s
Shbat legisl.lt:ioi tI. had to facilitate the
trnlsfer st hindi iill :ngland and Scitland,
i:ad that tlhe i rrringeitLct of the judicitore
st:d the blidtiilng of Ith. adminl istration of law
anld elquity i, h:ith nel et.t'eted int IE:ngland by
the enactluetn lit hiat. sessioln,llltght to be e1x
teaded to l,liltd. Ste has also dirtected the
;overnor st Indli to spare no extlpense to
mitigate the bllieliliKg of the farlilhiug Ieople.
'WArAsINGI~N.-- ('oin/rs s.-There his beesn no
legislation irl the Senate silnce oiur last isalie,
in fact on two days no sessions were held. The
armny bill now has precedence, finance comes
next, and the Louisiana case is postponed in
In the llouse, the bill appropriating :lt,0o0O
for the month of thle lississtipi, passed. The
army appropriation bill has been discussed
during three days and no conclusion is yet
A bill has been introduced granting lands in
Alabamla and Florida for railroad purposes. It
grants the right of way through public lands
in the States aforesaitd, to Daniel P. ollaud,
proprietor of the Jacksonville, Pensacola and
Mobile Railroad, for the construction of a road
from the present terminus of said road at
Cattaboochee to the city of Mobile, Ala., and
city of Pensacola, Fla., and from St. Johns
river to St. Augustine, Fla.
VIRGINIA A rlAIRS.-Uoversor Kempor's veto
omessage of the bill granting a now charter to
l'etersabrg, states that this would practically
disfranohise the negroes there. The speeches
on the mnessage were very bitter but the veto
was finally sustained by twenty-live to thirteen.
This act of Kemrper's has incensed many of his
coustituents, and he was 'urued in effigy in
T5'. r'ATIItCK'5 DAIY CKI.EItRA IIt (IONS.
It.ishinsjtoe.-l)isipatches fromnt many points
Worth, South and West, report a general ob
tsrvance of St. Patrick's Day by various Irish
Associations, and the display, in all instances,
was reported as exceedrsgiy creditable. In
this city the Irish societies achieved the grand
eat display ever tnatle in this city. They were
in full regalia and had seven bands of music
iu the ranks. The procession was reviewed by
the President antd mrembers of the Cabinet.
I 'h"srset,,i.-St. Patl ick's Day was ceclebrated
hero by a large military anud civic procession,
public bLiallUiet and a grand ball.
listran,,/,ih -St. Patrick's Day was celebrated
with great eclat. The day was opened w ith a
nlInto of cighteen gins, one for each of the
provinces st Ireland, one for Ireland, and
thirteen for Ithe Solthern States. The demnon
stration was impollsping land tlho weather line.
'theo liroce'msi liunlbellcdt 1i00, comprising
eight societlis., a military comlllany, three
hlnds , cairlisiges coitaiiiing the orator, lishlop
I ,fiad,' ,a -. Sl. l'utirtl'k, dah tas cele'
ti t:itd it t l I i, bs oi fi'st t et ileiperance,
itineticial, 1. ciirsy 'isi iho'l'itl D d natlluiiiial
.1:ga liitttlr.s'I , t.ldespi e the lls a iv sand disliagree
able weatlh is l'yi 4ll isiln men pis iariadlled, ithl
• nn:iitiier.,!, .lilis: iN a ind over th t ity as ,s it
su, - . . ...., if i t.. orga} uizat .i.i s iparadid 1g.iii
,.,',liii . --.t. i'atrik',s da"y ea. duly oh
r'lvsdl bi th,, vaiiim Iliierriansocit elts witllI
a grand prrcession tIhrongh the principal
s.tieetes in wLic h the Italian Socits dit 'nion
I'ratellaiza tliik part, after which lligh Mass
'sias celcbrated at St. Patrick's Church.
SI StF 1.1 N l loUts.
'The lemiliiaus of ('incinati have held an
Saulllilioe rilanas riletisng, at which mieasures
were rTsolvcdl iupioi to resist the temperance
O. II. laurt, Itadical Governor of Florida,
died at Jacksonville oni the 1ith.
Advices from ]tio Janiiero state that the
Iaisbop of Plerntabtllsco llLs lseen benltesltced to
ltour years' ilnprisonIuont for resisting the
elow laws regulating ecclesiastical affairs.
A meeting of L.ouisiana blondholders wait
hold on the 11th in LIondon, and resolutinuu
adopted deniolino ugl the funding bill of the
late setsionl of the Legislature as arbitrary,
ulnjust and itl ,idlhllous, and calculated to slhake
confidence ilu all Aleericanll ccurities. T'lhe
aseteing reto5edit to taike i'ustcurcs to resiist
sarrying the bill into tieffect.
The na ics meeting heldl in I lyde Part. Lon
dion, on the I.'th isst., ill favor it aisinLesty to
-'trisan Ilrisoners, was atterlsdes by hii2,iii
A telegraini fromi Londolo , I.,th itlst., statles
U.at the steaniahip Lacounia, while oil hcie
.oynige frotr Aleandsia. lE.gypt, for Algiers,
.a\:slg as laissensgers l]ilgriiis, rs'tuirsing
frolml Mecca., encountored a terrltic gale. tlne
huge wavc, whirch struck the vest.l, wvil.hssd
cveroisrd istiru ,Ter deck l117 of the lsilgstilns,
asll of wvihaii airs' sIrowoned.
i-osr plieii.rs swre killed and '4 w'uilid'd
during ' the pros ilon at the recepltion sf the
)Duke of Ei'iii t gli sand his bride, last week.
"s\'hlc ll ' ,'l.s spcal exir cericince we like
t s do so .il a it. :s Io1u"i bsel t*ln.',,i t,;,? tI b fLa c thati
3 o'~ Gu'. go escW.ignc, cs'.or f Vs t"Ph.. I r.il Dl.iInIII e
.treets, selln s ,sd si.o's that atii iL.o , A p'ir ii i lfr
ts toed, gi':ts a rtklu d galtlr a. Ir a nh r5 5 ll for
, >ur and t I1 L..': nw u b+ . hlloulhd tot .be uthe out t, hleto, o
.5 to sqtlti1y,.. .i.i ac tot -ti . Ision oIl:'ra i :,s,,1
t"l lol a tit l tlio frrln tn dsls:i t lthlc I,,. s,' u,
.... t-ti f,'a ths .."- st clm . ais te cal ,;e , at.
s..r I a a ..,5 , ' tori. sill of go. d., s' i o:; relccted!
I uua ctall.
Everythii:g '1s ialit. it hard tsri Is'riCes' at
--.trelos . &.' Asl. . TLy msaes 1Leprouilesenidt a..
'j, ot' it. o __•
Lenten food at Skairdona.
LETTEr FROM ROME.
DEATHI OF CARDINAL TARQEINI.
HoEr-, February 21.-Cardinal Camillo
Tarquini. formerly of the Society of Jesus,
died on Tuesday, the 15th of February, at
about twenty minutes past eight o'clock
in the morning. lie succumbed after a
very brief illness to an attack of acute
pulmonary disease. lie was the junior
but one of all the Cardinals, having been
created, on the 22nd of December, 1873,
a Cardinal Deacon. lie enjoyed the pur
ple accordingly for the space of only fifty
five days. The number of Cardinals creat
ed by l'ius IX., from his accession to the
present time, is ninety-five, including
those reserved in petto, whose names have
not yet been published. Of these ninety
live about one half, or forty-eight, includ
ing Tarquini, have died. The shortest
lived Cardinal of all Pius I~th's creations
was Antonio Matteucchi, a nativeof For
mo, who was created a Cardinal Deacon on
the 22nd of June, 1;6ti, and who died in
Rome seventeen days afterwards, namely,
on the 19th July same year. Next to him
comes Tarquini, also a Cardinal Deacon,
with fifty-five days. The third in order of
brevity of Cardinalitial life is I)'Astros, a
native of Toulouse, who was created on
the 30th of September, 1850, and died on
that day the next year, namely, on 30th
of September, 1451. Tarquini and Mat
teucchi were each of them sixty-four years
old at the period of their deaths; and
I)'Astros was seventy-nine. Cardinal de
Medici. who was created on the 11th of
June, 8I5i, and who died on the 1lth of
October, 1r57, was a Cardinal for only one
year and four months. Tarquini was a
native of Marta near Fiascone. his Hloli
nIess, when his death was announced, was
much affected, and observed :I hare tc/it
/ wosurrrows liAe tlis.
rt:iE EX-Pr IEST li A-I.
The lilertl announced the civil maar
riage upon the 12th of February, which
happened to be (iocuedi Grasso, of "Grassi
Cay. Leopoldo, ministro evangelico, con
Gavagnoli Annunziata." But there was
also a quasi -religious ceremony, performed
by the lev. James Wali and others. The
bride was given away by Admiral and
Evangelist Fishbourne. The usual mem
bers of the Protestant missions to Rome
were present, including Alexander Gavazzi
and &carlpacea or Alexander Carnelli, both
of whom had preceded Grassi in the ways
of apostasy and matrimony,
TilE IIISMAIRCK LA MARMORA QUARREL.
The Bismarck-La Marmora controversy
bids fair to rival in importance the Bene
detti revelations. It is reported that La
Marmora has sent back through the Prefect
of Florence, the Marquis di MIontezemola,
for transmission officially to the Prussian
Government, tbe,Grand Gross of the Red
Eagle, decorated with brilliants, which he
received in 1861. The Precursore, a Pal
ermo newspaper, published an address to
the Italian Minister of Grace and Justice,
praying him to prosecute La Marmora for
publishing his book, and citing the articles
of the Penal Code concerning the offence of
retaining or abstracting official documents
or divulging secrets which might compro
mise the safety of the State. La Marmora
it seems made some bitter foes in Palermo
when he governed that province, and tried
to put down brigandage.
TIIE SACRIL.EGE IN THE COLOSSEUM.
The protests of the Catholics in Italy
come in from every quarter in the shape of
ollerings to the Pope and religious expia
tory services. At Rome many churches
had special devotions in reparation for the
outrage committed in the removal of the
Via Crueis. By direction of Cardinal Pa
trizi, the Vicar of Rome, a tridno was held
in the Church of St. Andrea della Vallo,
on the 18th, Orth, and 20th of February, to
implore Divine mercy inconsequence of the
profanation of the Colosseum. The Cross
removed from the large arch of the Colos
soum, at the Lateran side, was erected in a
provisional chapel titted up in St. Andrea.
An immense crowd attended on each day
of the tiiduum. The faithful are also in
vited to visit on the ;27th and 28th of
February, and on the 1st of March, the
Church of St. Clemente (where the relics of
St. Ignatius repose), the Scala Santa, and
the Basilica of St. Croco in Gerusalemime.
Salvatore Morelli, on the 13th of Febru
ary, presented to the Italian Chamber of
lDeputies a Bill to Legalize Divorce. It
asserts that divorce follows as a logical con
weqUence from the law of civil marriages
, hich makes the bond of marriage to de
pend on the will of the contracting parties.
When the will of the married coupltechange
then divorce is the result. lie proposes
that judicial separation for the space of
one year should precede the final divorce.
Domestic dissensions are a sufficlent rea
son for breaking the marriage. The sen
tence of divorce is to enable the wife to re
nsume her maiden name, and to provide for
the maintenance of the children under the
care of the mother-unless there be special
reasons to put them into the father's care or
into a public establishment-to be educa
ted at cost of the parents if rich, or of the
municipality if the parents be poor. Gari
baldi and Morelli seem to agree in suppos
ing that women and learning are the only
means of leading humanity to the goal of
a happy and prosperous existence. Moxelli
desires for Italy three emancipations
those namely of thought, of conscience,
and of women. Tile woman needs eman
cipation both moral and civil. She is to
be set tree by means of instruction and
industry from her present abject subject
liou, caused by ignorance and idleness.
T'ilte lname of the distinguished astrono
Iet., Secchi, the Jesuit, has been remnoved
trtll thle tolls of the Au ademy de' ,in-i,
Shtich hlolds its meetings at the Capitol.
lie was a nluember of that Society for twen
ty fire years, and during that period con
tmthuted to it more than fifty scientitic
paplers. lie n as entitled after twenty-live
yearts meen!,rship. to an anLnual pension
of ~tO 1 :e, l"nt instead of a pension has
now rc.ivcA 1 is dismissal. The pretext
for this stclep was the absence of Father
Secchli from the meetings of the Lin*i, an
absence, however, which was involuntary
and occasioned by circumstnuces over
lwhich the learned Jesuit had no control.
It ii rumoured among the I.ibcrals that
in : (tiutusistory to be held the second week
it L.ent, suvcral new Cardinals will be
created. Tlhit names mentioned are those
of Mgr. Pacca. the Majordomo : Mgr. Nina,
Secretary of tile Hloly tCtlice; Mgr. Vitel
leschi, Secretary of the Congregation of
Bishops and Regulars; Mgr. Giannell,
Secretary of the Congregation of the Coun
cil; Mgr. Bartolini, Secretary of the Con
gregation of Rites; Archbishop Manning;
and the Archbishop of Malines.
IISCELLANC OUS IFORgIN NEWS.
[To Febuary 25th.]
Almost everywhere at present the lot of
the Church is persecution, and everywhere
it is met by her pastors with the same
Christian heroism and submission in all
things lawful to the civil power. A most
important circular from the Bishops of
Germany, which teaches the faithful their
duties in the present troubles, has reached
us shortly before going to press; the limits
of our space compel us to publish only the
first part of it, reserving the remainder for
next week. In Russian Poland, theUnited
Greek Church is again subjected to a terri
ble persecution, and the details of what
can be called nothing but a massacre will
be found in our Russian Correspondent's
letter. In Brazil, the courageous Bishop of
Pernambuco has been arbitrarily conveyed
to prison at Rio, and the Bishop of that
city, meeting him on his arrival, threw
himself on his knees, asked his blessing,
and placed his own pectoral cross and
chain around his neck. Such scenes re
mind one of those which were to be wit
nessed during the early Byzantine persecu
tions, and the brave Metropolitan of Brazil,
the Archbishop of Bahia, has addressed a
most imopressive letter of remonstrance to
the Emperor, declaring that if the Bishop of
Pernambuco is guilty, the whole episcopate
of Brazil is guilty too. In Switzerland the
expulsion and imprisonment of the Jura
priests continues, and the Federal Council
is sure to pay no attention to their protest.
In the meanwhile the Government which
expels and banishes Bishops and priests
because of their " dependence on a foreign
prelate," sanctions the institutions of the
Schismatic intruders by M. IIerzog in the
name of the Prussian Bishop Reinkens.
TILE EMPEROR W ILLIAM'S LETTER.
The Emperor William has written to
Lord Russell in terms which prove that he
shares the official delusion about " the
great meeting" and "the sympathies of the
people of England." But the letter is
principally remarkable for two things:
first, for the re-appearance of the Emperor's
fixed idea about his inheritance of the
struggle from the Ilohenstauffen Emperors;
and secondly, for the following statement.
which it is impossible, as the French would
say, to "qualify" or describe. "The latest
measures of my Government," says the
Emperor, " do not infringe upon the
Romish Church or the free exercise of their
religion by her votaries." It is no doubt
very astonishing to the Emperor, but it is
true nevertheless, that every Catholic in
the world is of opinion that these measures
do " infringe on the Church," and do inter
fere with the exercise of the Catholic
religion. And the Circular of the Prussian
Bishops proves it. And while the Em
peror pens these words, the draft-Bills are
actually ready by which the Government
is to be empowered altogether to banish
from the country, or to "intern," at its
option, instead of fining any Bishops who
may refuse to comply with the restrictions
on his spiritual office imposed by these
laws. And the laws are such as to move
even the " Anti-Ultramontane" Saturday
Review to the following expression of its
feelings : " In the abstract we cannot ap
prove of anybody breaking the law, but we
feel a little mercy when the law would
almost seem to have been made on purpose
to tempt people to break it." We, of
course, should put it thus: When the law
is made on purpose to force people, if they
would not disobey their conscience to break
CATHOLIC MEETING AT BERLIN.
A public meeting of Catholics has been
held at Berlin to protest against the resolu
tions of English sympathizers with perse
cution. The speeches are reported to have
been forcible and very courageous, but
there is an extraordinary discrepancy be
tween the French and the English tele
grams as regards the speakers. According
to the former, all the principal deputies of
the Centre spoke, according to the latter,
none of themu.
TIlE DIEPUTIES FIROM ALSACE AND LORRAINE.
Last week a singular scene was visible in
the Berlin Reichstag. The deputies from
Alsace-Lorraine entered the Assembly in a
body, two and two, with the Bishops of
Strasburg and Metz at their head, after
which they preferred a request that those
of them who could not speak in German
might be allowed to address the House in
their own language. It was ruled that in a
German Assembly this was impossible, and
M. Teutsch was then put forward to read a
speech in German. Iis name in itself
excited no little hilarity, " Teutsch" as
opposed to " Deutsch" being a word which
expresses all that is German of the Ger
mans," and the effect of a man with such a
name protesting against being treated as a
German, was much the same as if an en
thusiastic Irish Nationalist who could not
speak anything but Erse were to appear
with the name of Mr. John Bull. But the
tenor of M. Teutsch's speech was un-Ger
man enough. lIe protested, in the name
of his colleagues and his province, against
tile annexation which had been accom
plishlled by a transgression of the limits by
which a civilized nation should be bound;
a remnlark received with a stormy disap
proval which the courageous speaker depre
cated, observing that his ignorance of the
language lie was obliged to use might
have caused him to use words meaning
more than lie intended. Hle proceeded to
explain thiat Ihe objected to the omission of
thel formality of a plelescite, whlichl Nap,
leon III. had observed in eachl of his an
nexations--tlhus, at least " saving appear
ances"-a remlark that was received with
derisive laughter. lie concluded by de
claring that he and his companions hIlad
been sent to thile Diet expressly to proclaim
their attachment to France, and that thley
could not look on the Germans as brethllren
after thile violence that hiad been done tlheim.
And as in thile courso of thle speech words
lhaod been used lwhich implied thle utter
inrlvalidity of the T''reaty by which the
cession was atfected by reason of thle in
Ilhabitants not having been consulted.
IBishop Races, of Strasburg, ascended the
Tribune to put thile mnatter more cleatly and
icasonably. lie said that he and the Cath
olice of Alsace-M. Teoutsc, we believe, is
at navanced Riepublican and anti-Catholic
-did not contest the validity of the Treaty,
by whichl he evidently did not mean that
they acquiesced in its propriety or even in
its justice. But this seems to have been
the sense attached to the Bishop's words,
by the majority of the Alsatian deputies,
for M. Pougnet got up and protested that
the Bishop spoke only for himself, declara
tions have been signed in Alsace repudiat
ing his expressions, a movement is on foot
to call on him to resign his seat, and all
this while the Bishop probably meant
nothing moro4han that the annexation was
an accomptiilied fact, resting on the right
of conquest, and on a Treaty which, how
ever unjust, could not be called invalid.
THE VALIDITY OF GIFTS TO CONVENTS.
An important case was decided by the
Master of the Rolls, Sir G. Jessel, on
the 24th. In November, 1872, Miss Fair
land, who was between 24 and 25 years of
age, executed a deed, by which she made
over to the Dominican Convent, Belfast,
all her interest in her property during her
life, and the corpus after her decease, with
the proviso that the power of appointing
new trustees should reside in the Catholic
Bishop of Down and Connor, and his suc
cessors. The plaintiff, who was one of
three trustees of the lady's property, de
clined to concur in the transfer, and filed
the present bill. The Master of the Rolls
held that Miss Fairland could do what she
pleased with her property, and dismissed
the bill with costs.
Reading people are reminded by Mr. C. D.
Elder, agent, 124 Camp street, that this is the
propitious moment for being enrolled as an
nual subscribers to that prince of American
monthlies, the inimitable Catholic hlrorld, which
is just conmuencing a new volume with in
A. W. SKAIto, N & Co. GRlocEns.-- On our
t:lth page our readers will find a seasonable announce.
,ownt from this well known grocery ixlt of the Fourth
Itistrict. A largo assortment of the linest groceries,
teas, salt meat, preserves etc., together with the best
of wines and other liquors, and a lne stock of crockery
anud glassware, will always be found at their store. In.
deed, so complete is their establlshment that their pa
trons, who are daily increasing in number, can get
anything they need in the line of eatables and house
furnishing goods. By their remarkable energy and for
sight Mr. Skardon and his partner. Mr. Woelper have
made the residents of the apper city independent of
down town stores. Residents of other parts of the
c.ty will be pleased to hear that goods ale sent free of
The name of Bloomfield has been connected
with the printing, blank book and stationery business
in New Orleans for the past quarter of a century, and
to our old residents who visit No. 47 Chartres street, it
will seem quite natural to see Mr. Ben Bloomfield in a
store filled with all the articles belonging to the station.
ery business, and to read over the door the sign of " B.
Bloomfirld & Co." They have no old stock to get rid
of, everything is " span new " and of the latest style.
and we venture to say that those who pay them a call
will be satisfied with both their goods and prices.
We are pleased to see Mr. Alex. Wilcox, of
the extensive firm of Hoyt & Wilcox, again on the
streets. Having recovered from the effects of the
severe accident which occurred to him several weeks
ago, he is prepared to receive all his old friends and
attend to their wants at his well known store, corner
of Lafayette and Tehoupitoulas streets.
TIlE HOMESTEAD AtSOCIATION.-By an ad
vertisement elsewhere, it will be seen that a loan is to
be offered at this othioe next Monday night by this As
Heavy 23 inch gros grain silk is offered at
Braselman & Adams' at $ 37T.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY,
572 and 574 Magazine street. opposite Magazine Market,
and 30 Washington, corner of Fulton street.
GREAT EGG DEPOT OF THE FOURTH DISTRICT.
Extra Family Flour, the best brands, andguaranteed to
give satisfaction, New Teas, of nsuperior flavor and
strength, again reduced in price. Sugar-cured Ham's
and Breakfast Bacon, cheaper than ever before since
the war. Condensed Milk and a full assortment of
Can Goods. Choice Goshen and Western Butter.
Wines, Lilquors and Cordials.
Steamboat, hotel, plantation and fantily orders executed
with dispatch. Goods delivered free of drayage and
at the LOWEST POSSIBLE I'RICES. mbl3 Im5p
INDUCEMENTS ............ INDUCEMENTS
The old.establiohed store, corner of Royal and St.
Philip streets, is offering inducements for cash, to
country and city buyers, for the coming Spring months,
never before offered in this market. Their rto. k coin
prises everything in the line of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
daily replenished from the New TYok market. Call and
Syou will go away eatisfled. Satisfaction guaranteed to
F country merchants. Send your orders from the country.
Ladies, take the Bourbon street car, and get off at St.
Philip street, and in a few minutes you will be at the
ST. PHILIP STORE,
I mh 3rm5p NoE 230 Royal street, New Orleans.
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORtLD.
MAGUIRE'S CUNDURANGO, LIVER, KIDNEY
and BLOOD BITTERS, the last and beat of ll their
widely.known medicines, is the only knoewn vegetable
substitute for Calomel or Mercry in any form. All
persons, whether young or old, who maybe suffering
Sfrom Constipation, Itiliionsness, Liver or Kidney Com.
plaint, should not fail to keep the Cundurango con.
stuntlyon hand, for it thoroughly yet mildly removes
all deep-seated secretions from ihe system. thus re.
moving all disease, purifying the blood, and preventing
Malarious Fevers, or other diseaces. One thorough
trial never fails to convi ice the most skeptical of its
Sold by all Druggists.
MORRISON & WVOODWARD,
1 ...... ....... Magazine Street..............
NEW OiI.EANS. ,le 72 ly:p
RALE AnEK.T FOR
Blood, Wolfe & Co.'s English Ale and Porter,
NO. 39 COMMERCE STREET,
Between Lafayette sand Giroil, N. O.
In store and arriving constantly, and will be soli n
fquartities t suit. This Ale arnd ir ter is well known
and is in s ood shipping order in cases of six dozen ea, h,
stone and iglace l bItil. . anl I 7l Iv
take p'.e.rt:lre :n a;nllncingl , hisrl. pationns and th
i libli:c that h, as reno\ved Ii, t I', to
NO. 151 CANAl. STREET,
NIEST 1Ot 010 IIOI.HMES.
I1is e.tablishlmett has been newly furnished through
out. The l;t-rit inmprovemernts bIave beon added, to
gtllher witllh solll Inlov.lits n.ver befoIre introduced,
ole of l hich is eakbing tlhr IhIII.ESSION WITIIOUT
TIlE SUIIFG'rE s KsiW)\\'LEKt5E, ptoducing a much
more pleasing snd natural picturte
Close attention to iesine.s, wilh the l.,.st a,sistants
and artists, he lromises somethllng fr eulrpaselng all
hisi fortser al,,rte.
THIE SUIN-I'E.\IL AND CRIAYON SPECIALTIES.
f..- :m:,p 1:-I C'anal street.
S(AUSE SE E1IIII:OIDI".IY ANd LACE bTORE
S(ormorly A. Lardsbterg.,)
TIt'IMtING;S. IIOSIERY AND GL.OVES,
CORSETS AND FANCY GOODS,
Between Customhouse and Bienville,
de2l 3mfp NiW 0sLUAse.
D. H. HOLMES. A. HOFFMAN. . D. WELLW.
D. H. HOLMES,
Nos. 155 Canal and 15 Bourbon Streets,
Wholesale and Retail.
m 1 73 Iv5n
E. BUTTERICK S CO.'S
Also a large assortment of SPRING PATTERNS,
Latest Style and Designs.
mh8 nm5p WM. E. COOPER, 89 Canal street.
CABINS MADE TO ORDER.
Every description of Lumber always on hand.
SASH, BLINDS, Etc.
Mills and Yard-Corner of Cedar and Julia streets,
New Basia, New Orleans. mh8 Im5p
MME. L. F. LABAUVE,
452 DRYADES STREET, near Euterpe,
in the latest style. mh8 Im5p
A J. FOX, NEWS STAND,
AT THE END OF MAGAZINE MARKET.
and Residence 143 St. Andrew Street,
DAILY PAPERS a well as NEW YORK WEEKLY
PAPERS. mhl Im5p
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
WOOD AND COAL,
OFFICE, 321 RAMPART STREET, between Calliope
and Delord Streets.
the following rates: Oak WVood, 18 5 per cord; Ash
WOOD AND COAL,
Corner Rampart and Erato Streets,
Constantly on hand Oak, Ash, Pine, Split Wood, etc.,
an at prices to defy competition.
fnFull measure guaranteed. Jail3m5p
C OAL ........................................ WOOD.
S R. D. MACLIN,
Branch Office, Corner Third and Tchoupltoulas.
Pittsburg, Anthracite and Cannel Coal delivered at
Ash and Oak Wood delivered at $8 per cord. .jal 13m5p
SDEALER IN WOOD AND COAL,
Corner of Prytania anM Philip Streets,
Oak, Ash, Bakers' Pine, Lightwood and Charcoal al.
ways on hand. stood sawe and Dstoe length and split.
dA NEW FAMILY GROCERY
UNDER AN OLD I'rOlPRIETOR.
Over sixten ycription ofthe business. ualways opened at
The finest WINES, LIQUORNDS, Etc.EAS FACY and
Mills and Yard-Corner of Cedar n hand Jula streets,3m5
ew No. 0 St. Andrew street, cor. Magazine,
Medalleaon Monograms, per doLL....................t prices. to
Picture, with frameimes.................................
SPicture with Jet or Gold Locket .................. 1
Straw Bonnets andte and Copying a Specd and ltere
Beautiful Chromes for Sale at Very Low l'rices.
in telateststyle. se8 3m5p
ýA J. OX, NEWNKINS,
American and Foreign Patents,
FoR TIMKE OIDETAYS.
15...and Residence 1anal St. ndre ...........treet.
Pat edwaro, Table Cutlery, Fancy Goods, etc., ur
whSterling S will deliverware, suitable for prnces Ients. Clocks andrt of
the First and throughot te Fold friends in particularcts.
Tulane Buildi contract for the deliver speciaty will bet
PontPERS. m lmp
OOEAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER AND COAPPRAISER.
OFFICE, 3il givl personal attention to the salle anope
Wooand SawTimbered and spit by Steam, and delivereand other
Cithe following ratesroesak We od, whetr puer coprivatesh
Woodith his kper cord. ood delivere and devotion to the in.
Stove ood nspeialty. jhopes to nt a continuancel 3mp
of Ceir forner confeRampart and Er.to StreARDEY.t,
Const rloans, and Oakember t, i. Split Wd, etc.,l 5pt
I OIALNOS .............PIAN.................. OOD MUSIC.
MRS. G STOlAice CornerM IThird and Tc ulstoagzine slt.,
Piano of nthraeoit makers for sao ale or t delivent on red ato.
lowest market price.
Ash and Oak Womitlisered at tue per cory. ll I inlp
Oak. Aeol, laut-ro I'lnc, I.illstwooel and Clsar tl al
ways on hand. Wuood neawetl ho stoue leth and split.
.ANEW FMILY G" OCEROY
De lner n yrs In the sadlness. jost opcned at
No. ,t;3 MaApINE STrEET.
Opiolysi tbe Maganise Market.
Vse fnest WoINES, IrqUOirS, YEA, FANCY and
Sample books sent, If required. ink tf
Soda Water, Mead, Coffee and Pastry,
NO. 76 ST. CHARLES STREET,
AND NO. 97 CANAL STREET.
The undersigned desires respectfully to inform the
community that by virtue of purchase and succession,
he has become the sole proprietor of the businesof
Soda Water, Mead, Coffee and Pastry conducted by his
deceased uncle, the late Hugh McCloskey, at the estab
lishnments No. 76 St. Charles street, (new building),asd
No. I7 Canal street.
Having been specially instructed by the deceasedhi
all the improvements attained in the pre;arationof
articles composing his business, the subscriber assure,
the public that the quality of those articles will beef
the highest possible excellence and purity, through
which he trusts to merit and preserve their continuel
confidence and patronage.
mh85p tl HtUGH McCLOSKEY.
The only preparation for the skin that a lady can
use to remove Freckles, Spots. Roughness, Blik
Worms, etc.. without fear of injury. Is nota paint,
and contains no mineral or metallic sabstance.
QUININE HAIR TONIC-A sure eure forDandru
KENT'S LIQUID DOG SOAP-Kills Fleas soad
ELIXIR OF PYROPIIOSPHATE IRON AID
PERUVIAN BARK-Prevents Chills and Fever and
strengthens the whole system.
FREDERICKSON & HARTE,
fe9 3m5p 139 Canal street. Touro Buildings.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
J. K. RENAU. WALTOSrIRt.
J. K. RENAUD & CO.,
185, 187, 189 and 191 Camp Street,
Corner of Julia Street.
.Have always on hand Choice Family Flour, the bel
Goshen Butter, Lard, and Sugar.Cured Hams. CI
Goods, Preserves, Frnits, and all articles required fr
table use, making the finest assortment of
to be found in the city, which they will S
CHEAPER than ony other house in their line
No drayage charged on goods bought of them, an
every article guaranteed to give satisfaction.
JOHN J. NABER.
NEW ORLEANS AND CARROLLTON.
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Tres ; Evergreen ai
Desidious Shrubs, Greenhouse Plants. Perrenials. Se.
in suitable quantities, at the LOWEST MARKR!
My extensive assortment enables me to contrati
the stocking of gardens of any dimension, in the mss
particular and tasteful manner.
NURSERY-St. Charles Avenue (Carrollton
road) three blocks below the Depot.
Specimens may be seen and orders left at my PLAlt
DEPOTL 254 Coliseum, between Washington and Sixth
streets, New Orleans. feS 3m5p
Ja n '000 ORANGE TREES.--The largest ad
.O . finest assortment of Orange Trees Sat
offered, from two to six years old, at half the nilt
prices. say from 25c, to 14 by the 100 trees.
Fruit Trees. Shroubbery. Plants, Flowers, etc.. t
at variety. Call and examine my stock and pr
eforepurchlaslng. I'ackingand shipping carefuloly :
tended to. F.A. PRUINETPE.
jall 3mrSp :i Carondelet L.. Just below Gravier.
%VooD WOOD' . ................COAL COAL
Iaver the best quality ef ASH. OAK and MIED
WOOD on hand, which they will sell at the
REDUCED RATE OF 17 and $A PER CORD.
Also, the best quality of I'ITTSBURG COAL, crt5
ed expressly for family use, and delivered at
SFEVENTY-FIVT CENTS PELR BARREL.
Corstantly on hand. a full stock of HAY, CORI
OATS, BRA N, FLOUR and POTATOES, all at lowi
possible prices and satisfaction guaranteed.
PFISTER & THOMALN,
513 and 524 Camp street.
0tde 3m35p Opposite Magazine Market.
F 0. GREVE, DRUGGIST AND APOTE .
Scary, Corner Annunciation and Gaienniests.
Having purhased the above store, ormerly own.
ed by V'. L. Jurgtelewicz, respectfully requests
the patronage of his friends and the pblic. Het
complete stock of English, German and French DrSA
with all the most popular Patent Medicines and a s
line of Fancy Toilet Articles. Perfumery, ete., lid
reasonable prices. Prescriptions carefully oomponfdd
at all hours of the day or night. ja4 3m5
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COAL......... . COAL..........O......
B. D. WOOD & BROS.,
WtIOLEBALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IT
Pittsburg, Anthracite and Cannel Coal,
106 .......... Common Street ........... 1
ja25 74 lySp Opposite City Hotel.
MRS. KATE C. LOQAN,
has removed to No. 9 BOURBON STREET, two does
from the corner of Canal, where she is prepared to gi*
prompt attention to all orders in the MILLI-N
DRESS and CLOAK MAKING BUSINESS.
An experience of manyyearsenables her togo1rant,
to all who favor her with a call, prompt attention a
the most complete satisfaction. dell lyWp
DISEASES OF THE LUINGS AND NERVOtI
DR. THOMAS NICIIOLSON,
410-.--......... Magazine Street............ 4
Consultations may be had as nsual, between 12 andl
o'clock. js4 3mSP
EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
As Ladlte MUST hAVE DRY GOODS and Fa~c
Arti'lcs of Apparel, they must also save money, .
buying a good ort!cle cheap. In order to comply wil
the above, acall is indispensible on
I.AlGiEl STOCK OF lILY GOODS.
7, ...........i gazine Strcct......... -
I'L'MIBER AND GAS FITTER,
No. CZ', Magazinte street, near Philip,
Kitchen Itanges, Hot, Cold and Shower Baths Wst'
Closets, Wash Stands. Pumps and Hydrants, fitted o
the mostapproved style. Gas, Steam and WntsrPiPP_
at the shortest nutt uee etc. t nos es