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The meriesan Pilgrimage.
CONTRIBUTIONS RiCEIVED.
The following contributions have been re
ceived for the purpose of sending a represen.
tative on the American Pilgrimage to Lourdes
and Rome, in the person of Dr. Emile Doume
leg. Six bundred dollars will be required for
the purpose indicated. If the contributions
exi-eed that amount, the surplus will be pre
sented to our Holy Father, the Pope, by Dr.
Doumeing, in the name of the faithful of this
city.
Heretofore acknowledged ....................... 55800
Riehard Behan .. ...................... 5 00
Arthur McLsug'ln .'r... ...................... 5 00
Alphonse Wrlist. . . .... o A ti
O .C ........................................... 1200
Anonymus ....................................... I (0
Mr. Tim. Duggan, of Baton Rouge, sends us,
for the Holy Father, a sovereign, which we
have sent to Dr. Doumneing.
TRANSFUSION OF BLOOD.-At the last
sitting of the Paris Academy of Sciences,
an interesting paper was read on an opera.
tion of transfusion of blood. At the time
the operation was decided upon, the patient
(a woman) appeared to be on the brink of
the grave; the pulse was imperceptible,
her weakness such that she was unable to
move, her eyesight all but extinguished;
she was unable to speak, and nothing
would stay on her stomach. Dr. Behier
performed the operation in the presence ot
a number of students. He said it was
highly important the blood to be injected
should be pure and in its natural state,
without being deprived of its fibrine or al
lowed to cool. Such preliminaries had
been considered necessary in order to pre
vent coagulation in the vein ; but there was
no need of them if the operation was
qnickly effected. The blood should not be
dead, but living. One of the obstacles that
had hitherto caused transfusion to be
looked upon with disfavor was the difficulty
of introducing the nozzle of the syringe
into the vein. The late Dr. Nelaton had
proposed to obviate this by an incision of
the skin an inch long, in order to bring the
vein into a view. Dr. Bellier prefers open
ing the vessel with the lance, as in blood
letting; he recommends the injunction to
be performed slowly, to prevent the sudden
repletion of the right ventricle of the heart,
which would cause asphyxia and death.
The quantity of e lood administered in this
case was not more than eight grammes.
'he possibility of success is now proved
beyond a doubt after a controversy which
has lasted upward of two centuries.
A clergyman being annoyed by some of
his audience leaving the church while he
was speaking, took for his text, " Thou art
weighed in the balance, and found want
ing." After a few sentences he said, "You
will please pass out as fast as you are
weighed."
White pique a specialty at Levy Bros., .,0
Magazine street, this week.
MARRTIM:
DABLOW--RIXNER--On Thursday, April 30. 1874,
at St. Stephen's Church, Sixth District, by the Rev.
Father Andrieu, Mr. Arthur Barlow to Miss Emma
Ixner, both of this city.
KIRSCHENHUrtER-Ona Saturday, May, 2. 174, at
at9 o'clock A. , Jacob Kirachenheuter, S.. late Or
nst of St. Patrick's Church, in his frty seventh year,
brn In Eohrboch. Bavaria. and a resident of this city
for the past twenty-foor years.
KEUMPELMAN--On Friday. May 1. 1874. at 6t P.
m., Bridget Carahan, wife of Theoeore rrnmpelman.
EHALLOF THE CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENICE
UNION, STATE OF LOUISIANA.-At the request
of the Pastor, Ryl. F. Bellanger, S. M., a meting will
beheld In the Presbytery next to the Cath9lic Church.
Algiers, THIS iuonday) MORNING, immediately after
igh Mass (say 11:30 oclock). for the purpose of erm-,
lug a Catholic Total Abstinence Society.
Catholic genth men are invited to attend.
THOS. G. RAPIEtR.
D. H. BUCKLEY,
H. it. GIFFNEY,
myl0 It Coni mittee on Organization.
ETW ORLEANS CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI
NENCE ASSOCIATION -The regular monthly meet.
ing oe this Asseo lation will be hld THIS (Suand3)
EVENING, at CI o'clock. In the Star Hall. 116 Poydras
street, Corner of Camp.
CGetlemen wishing tojtOm ate invited to attetn.
THOS. (. RAPIER, President.
: 11. OBUCKLEY, Secretary. myiO it
ST. THERESA'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI
NENCE SOCIETY.-The members el this Society are
n otifed to assemble at St. Theroea's Hall, THIS (San.
ay) MORn CING, atecretaryo whence they wit
ptroceed In a body ts St. Theresa's Chourch, this being
the occasion of the semi-annual Cormunion of the
Society. The members of the diffAerent CatholiE Total
Abstinence Assoclations are respecifully invited to
attend.
H. It. OIFFNEY, Presidont.
J. J. O'CONNOR, Secretary. yiA It
ST. THERESA'S CATHOLIC TOTAdL ABTI
HENCE CIETY.--Tnoe regular monthly meeting of
this Association will be heIl on w0NDAt, May I li,,
at 7 o'clock w , i.n St. Thero-s's Hall, Ertc, streoet,
between Magsioen and Cn,. oil ad oncal at
tendanre Is expected.
Genilemen wishinag to.ia are invited to attend.
II It. GIFFNEY, Presidrnrt.
.. J. O'CONNOR, Serreary. mlo it
STYI;ISII SPRItG CmLOTIIING .
We have receiccd ourustock of
Spring Casalmere BUSINESS SUITS,
Blue Flannel BUSINESS SUITS,
FTgured Worsted Dress CUTAWAYS snd VESTS,
Black Merino FROCES and PANTS,
White Duck and Marseilles VESTS.
aew BOWS. SCARFS, TIES,.
SHIRTS DRAWBRS and UNDERWEAR, etc.
BOYS' CLOTBIIG for OCHOOL and DRESS, at I
LOw PRICES. h
Goods well made and warranted.
Call and examine, at
PIERSON & HEWS,
MlSlt IS and 15 Camp steet.
TO ui a1.R aR TIi
OHOIR OF ST. ANN'S OHUROH,
ULmDII TrH DIRECTION O0
MISS THERESA CAN1NON, ASSISTED BY SEV
ERAL DISTINGUISHED AMATEURS.
In St. Ann'a Church, St. Philip street, between
Roman and Pricur,
r ON SUNDAY, MAY 10, AT I O'CLOCK P. M.
B you iRa
- Benefit of the Sufferers by tLe Overilow of the
Parish of Pointe Co:upeo.
PRO OGR AM SIM E.
PATl FIRST.
I. Plaler of Moses--Chorus............... Itossii.
O 2. Salve Regina-Soprano Solo............ Meye btoer.
6 Mrs. C. Witham.
0 3. Ecco Panis- uet .......................... ozart.
0 Messrs. . A. Davis and L. K.rebs
4. Sanetus--Solo and Chorus...................Curo.
Solo by Mr. J. J. C.
5. Regina Call-Soprano Solo ............. Donizetti.
Mienss Elllrma C. Fallnc.
6. O Salutasis-Duet..........................Verd.
Miss T. Cannon and Miss E D B3.
7. La Charite-Chorus for Ladies' ouires ....Rossini.
PART SECOSI.
8. Lea Rameaux-Solo and Chorus.............Faure.
Solo by Miss A. Wagner.
9. Salvo Maria-Mezzo-Soprano Solo.....Mercadante.
Miss Julia Fleury.
10. Souvenir of Havdn-Violn Solo ......Vicuxtemps.
Mr. II. Joubert.
i Ii. Tersett from Joseph.......................Mihul.
Mie T. Cannon, Mes-re E. D. B. and J. J. C.
12. Qaoniam-Grand Chorus....................Curto.
13. O Gloriona Domina-Trio............ ......Mozart.
Miss Emma Fairex, Messrs. A. Caasard and E. D. B.
14. Grand Final Chorus-Jerusalem.............Verdi.
The Domaine and Clalborne Cais pae withbin one
block of St. Ann's Church.
ADMISSION-FIFTY CENTS mylo It
A PRIZE WORTHY OF CONTEST
AT ST. JOSEPH'S FAIR.
The event at the approaching Fair i Ill be the contest
for an elegant and very stylish bay RIDING HORSE,
selected with great care and presented (to be voted for
at "St. Patrick's Table ") by our well and favorably
known citizen, Mr. James Cloney. The competitors
for the psize are Messrs. Capt. T. FLANAGAN and
Mr. A. KINSELLA, and the one receiving the
greatest number of votes will be thereby made happy.
Their respective friends are already earnestly at work. I
In the meantime the Horse can be seen at Mr. C.'s
stables, 35 Derbigny, between Palmyra and Gasquet
atreets. - my3 tf
HO! FOR BONNET CARRE CREVASSE, r
FORTY MILES UP THE RIVER, S
EVERY SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY, at 2 o'clock e
P. s., the elegant and Commodious Steamboat
LA SELLE,
CAPT. N. M. WOOD, ]
leaves the foot of Cnal street for the above-mentioned
place. On the up trip she touches at Jackson street at
Oh o'clock and CarrollTon at 3o'clock. to receive psesen.
gers, and, returning, she makes both landings to dies
embark them.
Passengers may be assured of a delightful ride, a i
splendid breeze excellent refreshments, fine music and
perfect immunity from disturbances. mylO It
BARGAINS !
See What A. Dollar Will Buy I I
13 ~acds of 9e. CAI CO for,......................... 0
S1 IDc. LROE, 'COTTON for............ 1 00
11 It'c. WHITE COTTON for.............. I 00
u10 lie. BROWN COTTON for............ 1(0
0 IOc. WHITE COTTON for............... I 00
8- Ilc. WHITE COTTON for ............. (.0
S 150c. BROWN COTTON for............ 1 00
3I 25 COTTON DIAPER for...................... I O
1 25 LINEN DAMASK NAPKINS for.......... 00
1 2 H. C. QUILTS for........................... 100
1 50 KID GLOVES, Two Buttons, for........... I 00
1 50 FRENCH CORSETS for ................ 1 00 1
n00 TOURIST PARASOLS ..................... 00
3 00 GRENADINE SHAWLS.................. I00 G
Etc, Etc., Etc.
NEW 000DS AND BARQAINS 0
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
BRASELMAN & ADAMS'
CASH HOUSE.
506and 588..... MAGAZINE STREET..... 5E0 and 588
mylOlt Corner St. Andrew street. 0
COMMUNION..... .......... COMMUNION F
We would recommend to parents to buy their y,
Plain and Ornamental COMMUNION CANDLES and p1
WREATBES. PDAYER-BOOKS and BEADIS, at h
A. A. BOHNE'S, d
myt0 It 319 Dryades street. near Erato. f'
SPECIAL NOTICES.
OFFICE LOUISIANA EQUITABLE LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY.-An annual election for Di.
rectors of thiu Company was held on Monday, April 20
1874. The following gentlemen constitute the ',ard
of Directors:
John Ilenderson, Win. B. Schmidt,
Alexander Marks, W. S PJke,
James I. Day, A. "homson,
John I. Adams, E. J. Hart.
Chbarles IChsle. David Wallace
J. W. Stone. S. Can b'n,
Il. J. Voe. Oeorge A, Po.dick,
Emory c(lapp, E. Iiguey,
E It. Fairchild, Willam Creevy.
W. P. HIarper. B1 T. Walsltc,
E B. Bliggs, J B. Camcre.
E. A. Tyler, Samnunl M. todd.
At the annual mttting of the Itard of lirectors,
held Monday, May 4, the fo!!"':: g olffiters werl elcct.
ed for theo onuing yeanr
SAMUEL MANNIt N TODD, President.
WM. B. SCHMIDT. Vice President.
WILLIAM HENDERSON, Secretary.
myl0 lm5p WILLIAM HENDERSON. Eecretary.
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ORPHAN BOYS' ASY
LUM.-Npw Orleans, May 5. 1874.-At the annual
election, beld cn the 3d ist , the following named g-n
tlemen were unaitmouily errleted 'iroetois of tiis
Ayloan for the ensuing )yar, namlsl :
'I he Most lev. Arcibi lop. N. J P'rche.
Very Rev t RayImoInd EI BE roTns,
Hon. T W Co'len:s. F Prythiud.
A Roberrt, JShu T M,,er.
J. Llado, J. Vioaca.
John Devereun. Iiard tSeenoy.
Victor Sere, R. A. BIurk.
O do Armar, Tho:ruia Laystu.
And at a mneeting of the Io.rd, thbis day, the Direct.
ors unanimously ts.elected Ilis Grace. Archbishop
Porcthe, Pes:dent, Yery Rey G. l layinond Vice Presi
dent, Mr V':ctor: ere. Treasurer, and Thos. Layton,
Secretary. THOMAS LAYTON.
aylOt Secretary.
OFFICE OF NEW ORLEANS HOMESTEAD AS
IOCIATION-New Otleans, May IS, I'4--The Stock
holders of this Association are hereby notified that a
LOAN OF SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS will
be offered on TUESDAY EVENING, May 19, 1874. at
7) o'clock in the Morning Star Hall, 116 Poydras street.
The public also are cordially invited to be presat.
E. SWEENEY, President.
T. J. O'SULLIJVAN, Secetary. imyl It
GRAND BIEKRNIAN FESTIVAL
ULDRE Tat AULSICEKS OF
Brarth No. 7, H. B. and M. A. Asso'tion,
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS,
oN
SUNDAY, MAY 17, AND SUNDAY. MAY 31, 1874.
Com ittoe of Arrangements:
JAS. GRANT, Chairman.
J. J. I)OWLING, J. Y. DONOVAN,
M. McNAMARA. JOHN LYNCH,
H. A. OLWELL, WILLIAM UARRIETT,
FIRANK MeGLOIN.
PIROGRAIMME F01: FIIST DAYA :
iSunday, M.i 17, 1874.
Gatts open at 1 F. M. Sl"o to contiwence at 3 it. M.
I. Grand Hurdle Race--Mile IIeato. Psize, $30.
2. Gtaud Trot to Ilugov. for Membters of the Associa
tio--i'rlvato hirses, Mile Hleats. I'ise, Silver
Coup. valuedl at 100.
3. Pony Race-Mile Iieats-fourteene hands and tinder.
Prize, 221.
4. Grand Foot Rice--10 yards. Prize. 5$ gold.
5. Newaoyn' Foot Race-20J yards. Prize, $2 50 gold.
6. Grand Champion Irish Jig Match. Prize, 53 gold.
T. Wrestling Jumping. Sledge Thlowing, Foot Ball,
and other sports during the day.
ADMISSION. FIFTY CINT'S. Ladies and Child
ren, free. No lady admitte,' :.iensa escorted by a gen.
tlemon.
A fine brass band will be It attendance.
Entrance fees on all Horse Races, except Trot to
Baggy for members, ten per cent. Entrance for races
must be made at the Olias of Frank MoGloin, 61 tamp
street, FRDLAY, 15th inst, between 3 and 4 P. M.
Booths and privilegrs, for both days. will be sold on
thbe Gropnds. THURSDAY, 14th inst., at 5 p. M.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
Programme for second day will be published in due
time. mvy 10 2t
NEW BOOKS ................ ......NEW BOOKS
The AMERICAN n:YCI OP.,EDIA (Revived edition)
published by D. APPLETON & GXO.. New York. hand.
somely bound and beautlfully illustrated, and brought
up to 187:. Complete in Sixteen Volumes, SlrYolumes
now out and ready tor delivery.
Also, the ANIAUAL CYCLOPEDIA for 1873: a
conplate record of current events. Back volumes (as
far as tl61) ordered as required.
Both of these works are Invaluable as books of refer
ence. They should be in every library, pubic and
private. These Books are sol by subaecriotlon only.
Address or apply to H. `V. FOWLER.
Sole Agent for the City,
At James A. Grerham's. 92 Camp street.
Office hours from 9 to I A.. .and 3 to 4 r.. . Spci.
men pages of American Cyclopsmdta always on hand for
dal rlbutton.
III' One or two active Solicitors, with good records,
wanted. myl0 4m5p
THE FIRM OF A. W. SKARI)ON & CO., COM
A posed of A. W. SKARDON and WM. WOELPER,
has this day been dissolved by no tual consent Either
of the late partners will sign in liquidation of the affair.
New Orleans, May 1, 18:4.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY EN
teted into acopartnership tnder the name of
SKARDON & WILSON. and hope, by strict attention
to business, to meet a continuance of favors so liberally
extended to them.
A. W. SKARDON,
myl0 Im JAS. WILSON.
pORK, DRY SALT MEAT, BACON, ETC.
510 bble. Mess PORK.
100 bbls. Rump PORK.
100,0(0 pounds Dry Salt SHOULDERS.
100,0.0 pounds Dry Salt Clear Rib and Clear SIDES.
100 casks BACON-Clear Sides.
50 casks BACON-Clear Rib Sides.
50 casks BACON-Shoulders.
50 ,oxes Choice BREAKFAST BACON.
It 0 tierces Choice Sugar Cured HAMS.
200 tierces Choice Refined LARD.
100 tierces Choice Kettle LARD.
300 kegs Choice Refined LARD.
200 kegs Choice Kettle LARD.
(10 cases Family LARD, 5, 6 and 10 pound packaged.
In store and for sale by
BYRNES & BRO.,
apl9 Im5p P6 Poydras street.
A CARD.
NSw ORLEANS. March 30, 1874.
I hereby take much pleasure in stating that I hold a
Health Policy in the . idows' and Orphans' Fhiendly
Society aon which I only pay sixty seven cents monthly.
I feather certify that I have bean promptly paid by
G. W. Terrell, General Agent and Manager of said E
society, $t11 In cash, relief compensation for fourteen
weeks' sicknrst of acute rheumatism, followed by
sciatic neuralgia p JOHN LANAUX,
Donaldsonvllle, La.
J his gentleman had been a member of the above
society for only five nmoths, and had only paid me 3 35 a
previous to his being taken sick, when he was promptly v
paid $112 compensation for ninety eight days' loes of s5
time. This peaks for isel. and shows the great relief p
afforded to th sick. and to those who become maembers
o1 this Benevolent Society. The payments are so small p
as to plne its grpat benefits within the reach ot all. s
Female as well as male members will be received. al
As the sickly and yehlow fever season approaches, n
every person should becomen a member s0 this society, 1
and thas provide meana..with which to pay norers, ti
phs siclans and bardl dou, ing sicsknees.
IHad the citizens ot Sheveoport andi Memphis have
had the benefits of such a society during the last epi
demic, their dreadlul sofferings would have bren
greatly alleviated.
Acivre, reliable r.d conscientious agents wanted in
every towno In Mislsleippi and Louisianoa.
For further partliularsapply to thi undersigned.
G W. TERRELL.
General Agent and Manager Widlos' and Orphans'
Friendly Society, 31 Carosndelt street (up stairs)
New Orseans. La. apt1 1,Ip _
A CARD.
Received, Shreveport, Le . M.orch 7, tl74, of the Pied
mont and Arlingtoni Life losuranco Company of alr.
tinia, through G. W. ',rirrll. (icoiral Agent and
MSanaer In New Orleans anl Jlohn C. Monctre, local
agent hrr-. F.it tent "li,h,,oland Six r.uodlrd sund Siat
ThreeDolllare anIl Eighiit.y F'Ive Centts (I 1,6.3 e). bCing
nlouint in flull liaimrulnt of ioiey No 2,),Ii, ol Ihe liil
of Molor CIlS VA. CnSu3Y, myrl i deeasrd huoand.
.! .t- E CO-;BY.
Wiltnes. Ti IL II\MIILTO N,
D'I. E K IIAMI.'rFIN,
J ( . hlONCUIlE. Local Agent,
'lno .le(rel Idad nly ptid me $112 03, the list
quarterly paytment ou his policy. befl'ore he did, when
hin wi.e recrii coe. as a'.lvre, 14,et63 r5 This shows too
grlist Ibeneits if lilo ionsurance. Active, cxpltlelced
old reliable traveling ageets wanted every where.
Apply to the tnodic cigticd.
.. \w. 'IERR.ELL.
G nerarl Aniiet andl MCoegi elirf.ii Lmiiiana and Miwois.
snill, successor to Gth. Iabnery Ii. ..ury. oll.ee 31
Catrudclct street , p sairs. mew O 1t ann, La.
GOOD TEA AT LAST.
Tea drinkers who long for sud truly delight In a good
pare hotestr cup of Tra. shoslhi visit or sind to the
CtE AT CIIINA AND JAPAN TEA b ,WAKEIIOUSE,
No. 170 Canal street. Old ciiuotry folks wiho have
been sighing ani tloteiig theei many yearn for some. -
ihung like the gee i,,,nl ashiioned Tea, are particlnarly 1
charmed naul delichtied wilt, the Itovor fragrance sud
fiieshueer 3t ,or sg.oli Wlife tlcys cr , is ti all to,arte
iii thi, uly flrett u liurge--ci,,ntry el-iera Iv rapices,
C nhI I icetrlhllir.l, thai we h*sr 1eieu t)n ail!iee,
OtIt':.T CIIISA ANIi.tAP'AN Tr..A W\V;IhIIIUsE,
h I!5 3m ,p 1:, Ci'an.l: stret. Netr Utlcans
SEbOtIVA t..
[h-M MRS. KATE 0. LOQAN. t d
hir rrmo, ed to 1No 5 IItII'Utl iiN KIEI', two doors
i.oul the Lorncr or tLianl. uiero cbe is I, repnrod Is Cive F,
iircitit atileiitn Di, tll criera in the MILLINERY, A
DI:i.oS sol I."OAK MIAKIN; BiUSINESS.
An i.lp:ince it nili\ yclolnnalln beritoegurarntee
to all wli,, tavur her wll ii call. puoiipt attention and
Ihe most c,.iiplete eatl,.Ituction dil iy7.'
T, S. MKE'bICK, (
PLU'MBER AND GAS F`ITTEIR,
No i;,:i Mlig:azitnU stlrrt. riar Jackson. 1
New OrleanB
itolhen Raegee. Itl. Cohl niel cihewei Ilaths, bWater
Closets \Vab Stand. huopr ns.dt lllydrents. fitted on Ot
ji most approvedl styhli. (;a. N:saiui aiid Water Pipes
Fapetos tlss Chandeioers, rtc., titted op serehilly as -
st Ohs shortest notice. sn1ll 73 ly~p
S.R MALLORY, JB.,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
54...............Camp Sreet ............... AJ
(Up stales.)
wlu wp osa OUsm ml
JUST PUBLISHED.
THE CHRISTIAN CEMETERY
IN THe
NINETEENTH OENTURY,
OR 1IrE
LAST WAR ('RY OF THE COMMUNISTS.
Br
MONSEIGNER, GAU1'ME,
Prothonolt.:y Apostolic.
IrANIl.ATEi, F10(31 IH FlRK.NCl lT
REV. RIlCIAIlD IIIlENNAN, A. M,.
wiat A 10l"AC lit r
IEV\. 'T. P RIIESTON, V. G;.
r Extra Cloth. BIlrevhd ,,ardts Gold ai.d Ikod Tool
,'g $~l 3,.
For sale by all Iook,liers. or will be mailed FRREE,
on receipt of price, by
BER ZIGER IIROTHERS,
myln m n 3ll Iroadway. New York.
CINCHO-QUININE
U as efectus a rmaedy
FOR FEVER & ACUE
s athe Sulphate in the same dloses, while It affects
p the head less, is more ipaltablo and much elapelr.
Send for descriptive Circular with Testimontalg
of Physicians from all parts of the country.
EI Sample packages for trial, 25 cents.
Prepared by BIILI.INUS. CI.AI'P' & CO., lMnulI
turing Chemiatlst, MIli.oo. YUs.
myl 0 im
s THE FAMILY BOOKSTORE,
167 ..............Royal Street .............mt
Corner of Orlears Street.
English and French Prayer Books.
SCIENTIFIC AND LITERARY WORKS, IN ENG
LISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN.
English and French Classics.
MAGNIFICENTLY BOUND BOOKS FOR PRE
MIUMS, IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH.
Medals, Beads, Pictures, Statues, Etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The price of each article, in plain figures known to
all, is aflfxed to it. sp2D; ip tf
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
JOHN McMAINS'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY,
572 and 574 Magazine street opposite Magazine Market,
and 30 Washington, corner of Fuliou street.
GREAT EGG DEPOT OF TIIE FOURTH DISTRICT.
Extra Family Flour, the beet brands, and gnaranteed to
glee satlsfactlon. New Teas. if superior flavor and n
strength, again reduced in price. Sugar cured llama
and Blroakiast Bacon. cheaper than ever before since
the war. Condensed Milk and a full assortment of
Can Goodla. Choice Goshen and Weteron oButter.
Wines. Liquors and Cordials.
Steamboat. hotel, plantation and family orders executed
with dispatch. Goods delivered fre, e of draage and
at the LO WESTPOSSIBLE PRICES. mhl3_lmp A
A NEW FAMILY GROCERY b
UNDER AN OLD PROPRIETOR t
JOSEPIH WAECIITER,
Over sixteen years in the business Just opened at
No. 5t4 MA(¶AZINE STERET.
Opposite the Magazine Market.
The finest WINER. LIQUORS, TEAS, FANCY and
STAPLE GROCERIES, always on hand. mhl 3msp
MAGUIRE'S REMEDIES
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
MAGUIRE'S CU7NDURANGO, LIVER, KIDNEY
and BLOOD BITTERS, the last and beet of all their p
widely-known meodicines, s the only known vegetable
substitute for Calomel or Mercury in sany form. All CO
persons, whether young or old, who may be suffering ne
from Constipation. Billlousness. Liver or Kidney Coom
plaint, should not fail to keep the Cundurango con. pr
stantly on hand, for it thorougohlr yet mildly removes
all deep.seated secretions from ti 3 system, thus re.
moving all disease. puriyling the blood, aud preventing da
Ilalarlous Fevers, or othlir diseascs. One thorough
trial never fails to convi ici the most skeptical of ite yo
virtueor. cc
Sold by all Druggists.
MORRISON & WOODWARD. P
0Ol.1 A(:l NTO,
I.............MagziteStrcte .. ...........1
ON W (eLa les. 7 Ide7 71 lC y p_
- I - wa
a.
lt
All gat.r deliver.d tfre of dre agnd satisfactal
--a' t..IFING ' :l.l.. h. i.wud i rrerltfuly
*r ollfiu the p i'tis,'r o ,,*.it. l,..atls that.h * ha.
ANIs iI1lENSAIIY 0t
Pi. A.3 L LANC, FriE
A22. ........ ................. tr t ......... I
Betl Customubouse aind llientiill. ogar Laoding,
-as constantly .n haad Augar iloghrads. Molaase D
Itarrels. half taritns Ker. Iteop Ploles etc.
Order promptrily attnlod t.. Lrthular atten tiopn paid
SOMPIETI'ION ';FIEl. i 1
DRYADES StREET TO THE FRONT.
Ladles' and Children's Boots and Shoes,
AT COST, TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS.
All slam and qualitles., and no trouble to skow Goods.
MRS. JAMIES A. ELLY.
t Cn mSp No. Ml Dryasc sreet, esoer eIsnate.
Sa. l mousm. A. aowsm,. a 3. wr.ue,.. -
D: H. HOLMES,
Nos. 155 Canal And 15 Bourbon Streets,
NEW ORLELNS.
DIRECT IMPORTATION.
SILKS,
EMBROIDERIES,
LACES,
SUITS,
CHILDREN'S GARMENTS,
HOUSE FURNISHIING.
HOSIERY, ETC.
Wholesale and Retail.
nllII . l I1 ,p
ol. UPPER CITY RAILROAI COMPANY.
Capital Stock --------- 200,000,
E2t 2 , I) IAES, AT $1il0 EACII.
Payable, 20 per cent cash, and four notes of 2.) per cent
each, payable in 3, 6, 9 and 12 months,
Ollice, No. C53 Magazine, near Jackson Street,
(Same Bluilding with T. McKendlick, Gas Fitter.)
ROUTE-From corner of Rousseau and St. Andrew,
out St. Andrew (passing in front of Magazine Market)
to Chestnut, down Chestnut to Felicity, out Felicity
(passnlog within three squares of Dryades Market) to
Magnolia, (passing in front of Keller's Market and
within four squares of Jackson Itailroad Depot,) up
Magnolia to Jackson, outJackson to Roman, up Roman
- to-hird, down Third (passing within one square of
Second Street Market. and two squares of the Ceme
tortes on Washington street, and In front of Clay
5 Square) to Rousseau, along Rousseanu (panslng n front
of Soraporn Market) to the starting point. Cars will
run both ways.
OFFIWER.V
WM. BOGEL, P'resilent.
JNO. M. WEIMANN. Vice-Pesideont.
N. W. GRISVOLD. Secretary.
1)IRECTORS.
E. H. ADAMS. of Braslman & Adams.
WM. iBOGEL. Corner Magazneo and Felicity sta.
JAS. A. ORESIIAM. 91 Camp street.
IB. T. WALSHIE, Ol Canal street.
TIteS. SHEEIIAN. of Flinney, Sheoelhan & Russ.
JNO. H. WEIMANN, of Iarrett & Wol,,,atta.
S. MANNING TODD. of S. M. Todd , Co.
nb2 5p atf
CATHOLIC CIIURCII MUSIC. MASSES, ETC.
We would respecttfully call the attention of ClIOtIS,
ORGANISTS, C)NVENTS and SEMINARIKES, to
our recent issues of Musie and Books for the Catholic
Church Service. All olur editions are printed front
large type, and on beautilul paper. We are continually
' nublishilng Catholic Church Music, and always keeop a
full assortment on hand. Send for a Catalogue.
We make Catholic Church Music a specialty.
Address. JOIIN CiHURCL & CO.,
my3 3m5p 66 West Fourth st.. Clucinnati, O.
J. WM. DAVIS. W. a. FoRERT.
to DAVIS & FRERET,
AUCTION EERS, BROKERS,
AND
REAL ESTA'rE.. AGENTS,
30 ............-..Cump Street .............. 30
itmhbCJ 74 ly:i aSrIW ORLEAnS. LA. _
SUPPER CITY
r. EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
d As Ladies MUST HAVE DRIY iGOODS and Fancy
Articles of Apparal, they must also eave money, by
buying a good article cheap. In order to comply with
L the above, acall is lndiapensible on
LEVY IIRO.'S
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
580...... ....Magazine Street............580
del4 lyIbp
INDUCEMENTS............INDUCEMENTS
Lookl Lookl
f The old-established store, corner of Royal and St
r Philip streets, is offering inducements for cash, to
countryand city buyers, for the coming Spring months,
never before offered in this market Their stock com
prises everything In the line of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
daily replenished from the New Yes k market Call and
you will go away ratiafledl. Satisfactlon guaranteed to
country merchants. Send sour orders from the country.
Ladies, take the Boutbon street car, and get off at St.
Philip street, and in a few minutes you will be at the
ST. PItIILIP STORE,
mhR 3mSp No 2:40 Rtyal street, New ) leans.
) IANOS ..............PIA N(OS........ ...MUSIC.
MRS. GUSTAVE VOM HIOPE, 807 Magazine st.,
Pianos of the best makers for sale or to rent on reason.
able terms. Special attention given to repairing and
tuning lt'ianos by the beat tusnr in the city.
Sheet Music, Musical Instrinente, Stringn, etc , al
wa son band. -;s,,c neatly bound.
. ca1 item city and country buyerc respectull y .o
Il:lted. and e:ttlsfaction guarantet. _ _'L2.i 1y5p
r. J. FARRELL
* (for many years with Spertrer. Field & Co., and late
of the firm of L.ogan & Farrell).
General Collector and Real Estate Agent. j
Olers lft at the I'llliard iDepot.NSo. I;. Conuuin
street. between St. C(1lh 11les as CaLondelCt irolm tly
A tterlnd.d to. a, x.b 74 Il:,p,1,
GEORGE JOHlN WVAGNEI.R,
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
Cornier I:rouline and Dalihinu St.,
tF.V )t'IRLANS.
Every lder.ription of aeticles in the BRoot and bhoe
lin, " ior l.iLaih, i. (,,tleu lr 's ard Childrn ts wear, c.,u
etantly on haIi, and ofltered at th., Lonett Itossible
P aCec:. unh-1i3mip
. J. CLARKE,
WOOD AND COAL MERCHANT,
Ofice corner Julia and Dryades streets,
And Corner .iberty and Julia streets,
Rox t99 Mechanics ald Traders' Echango,
New Orleans.
Dealer In W',.Il and (:oal, lBrlrks, San'. I.'ce., Cemt ont,
Plaster Ilair, .atlhs, iShlintin. Oak, Ash sd Ptines
Woodl, oal and Charoual. wheulreali and retail at the
lowent makt raters. Ordors tilled and strmboats i
supplied at short notice, spl974 lySp h
CITY, bTATE ANd IDAINAGE TAXES AND
1.1ctR N$vS
'PAIDI AT 1IH LOWESTI RATES P
By J. W. PiLAtCP,
No. 13 Car.,adel.. t treet, neat Conuminon.
F. P. C(:o qynot n
All bck tax-s due the State are paalble in New Or. a
leans and we will pay special atteotion to orders from
coluntry) pasi ben for settling the same at a lta ral disa
count. apl~t 3mp a
.' .,., BROWN, .. .iii
Practical Paper Hanger,
Dealer li WAI.L I'Al'ER and W3INDOW SIADEti,
Ni,. 23 C*amup Street,
Eight Ilocks fr,,m t:s tal. from which it can be reached
in Ire minutes Iy the Magazn'oe or Pr. tan's street cars It
Sample bOsts sent if rrquired. mba tf
JOHN N. HREAI.
Attcirney and Counsellor at Law,
NO. 9 COMMERCIAL PLACE. o
(Pstoftee Bosi, UYj)
suIS S ly5p New Orles s s,
Y. Zicholrnas J. Ifoey. John II. O Connor.
I[:Y & O'CONNOR,
Auctioneers and Appraisers,
ent 17 and 19...... Exchang Place,...... 17 and 19
Between Canal and Customhouse Streete,
et, In the Mrrchants' and Atctioneers' EschangeB lldldag
The personal attention of the embl,ir. of the lam
given to the sale and purchase, by aeutihn or prlvat.
h sal, f flteal ostats in the clty or ,ou,,t,, "ioeks%
et) uBonds etc ; to the negotiation or Mortgag-e., l nt
Outn Door l~aes of every lern. lption.
,ity All the books, plans and records or the lai firm of
C. E. OIRARIEY & CO. for thepsmt sixteen jear,
aod the greater part of the recor4s of the late M
etd BEARD, are tin their possesion. mi3 lmIp
SCATIIOLIC PRAYER BOOKS
lay TWENTY-FIVE CENTS UPWARDS to the mUao
tut elegant bound and finlshebd.
rill
AT
W. 1). MATTHIEW'8,
619............ Magazine Street............ GC
mb29 t Jat 75 Sp Bet. Josephll e and Jackson sha.
I J LO(J McCLOSKEY,
Soda Water, Mead, Coffee and Pastry
NO. 76 ST. CHARLER. STREET,
(KEW lettII.IENGI)
AND NO. 97 CANAL STREET.
to
ý° 'The undersigonel desires respectfully to inform th
Ily community that by virtue of purchase and sacseesetah
a he has become the sole proprietor of the buoinssemu
Soda Water, Mead, Coffee and Pastry conducted by hi
deceased uncle, the late Hugh McCloskey. at the 'etab
- lishmentu No. 71 St. Char!oe street, (new buildlng),aed
No. 17 Canal street.
Having been specially instructed by the deceased is -
all the Improvements attained in the preearatiisa
articles composing his busitne. the subscriber airm
the public that the quality of those articles will be of
the highest possible excellence and. purity, tbhseLg
which he ttrnts to nmoelt anld preservo their contitmed
confidence and patro:lge.
h,p h itf IiU;l Ih McCLOSKEY.
S IIOICE FAMILY G(ROCEIIC ti.
J. g.I. tiNAI'L. WALTON es5.
J. K. RENAUD & CO.,
'y 1.3, 187, Jr, and 191 Camp Street.
Corner of Jlila strcet,
.NW OCLEANS.
Have always on hand Choice Family Flour, the hee
Goshen Butter, Lard. and Fugar.Cored Iams. Cub
Gools, Preserves, Frnits, and all articles required r
table use, making the finest assortment of
FAMILY GROCERIES
to be found In the city, which they will BZI.
CHEAPER than any other house In their line eo
t business.
a No drayage charged on goods bought of them. ead
every article guaranteed to give satistaetioo.
G LYCALINE
The only preparatlon for the skin ta t a-ld l mr
on to remove Frecklea . Spots, Rough sns.
Worms, elt . without fear of Injury. Is not a ell
and contains no mineral or metallic substance.
QUININE HAIR TONIC-A sure cure for Dorah
KENT'S LItQUID DOG O8AP-Kills Flea.s am
cures Mango.
EL.IXtI OF PYROIPIIOSPI'ATE IRON AD
I'EtUVIAN BAIR--Prevents Chills and FIve1e '
otreogthels the who!e system.
FREDERICKSON & IHARTE;
CII EMIoT,
fo 3mnSp 139 Canal street. Toonro Buildlnag
I COAL ............ COAL . ...........OA
B. D. WOOD & I110oS.,
WHOILEALI. AND RIAItL I1KAL.KIU IN
Pittsburg, Anthracite and Cannel Coal.
1; ........... Commonu Sret........... .....
Ja2 T~ il5p Opposite City Htih I.
II. N. JENKINS,
American and Foreign Patents,
27............Conmmercial Place ............W
a(Up 1Stair )
jal 135p saw oar.I l1e,
WANTS-FOR RENTS--ETL
M IONEY TO I.OAN-PARTIES IN THE (CITY
V or clctvy needuig Immedllate rncah brtaDvls c
Diau.,ul.,. Wai(t be. Jewelry. KIlver liate . Nationl.
State t ,l Citry SLecurities, cbhoel Te'rnhera and Appo
priatlou l'ertflncat., Metropolitan Wtrrants, eta., ceD
obtain the came in amounts to sult asld on termsa
llberal ra eltewiete . Itou an oill weollkmown and rl
eponleble private ritizen. by ectllrNe.ig hUJlPLUIS
Loc k-bo 749, Poetoi ce, New o)learsl. La it aainr
rttoddestiel If dhilted, parties p il I*,. waitod pIes
at their homes by giving nlme an d rplnas l resldeoee.
ap:l In.
W ANT.D-M EM HEiS FOR 'liE WIIiOWBI Wl
()<I'IAIO,'' FI(l INhiLY r.Oi. I l . This tlved
ben.r,,c rllt eotl ty Ib corg·lile wltl A "oa oee wta 1
prcnlsry alol to it es ,pellonl,-t be pitti, to them
StipulLted aum or .o..iev *- aty .lulrt.lt nekLeee. ca.,
In a-ldltlon. Iteou {1 , to1.6tol~e ,,toIt el ltos ofhlglL
hand or loot. l'bs rates, err C. tfw aw Ia, plt . It re
eneflle within the rr-ei1i All. itW .s e orglnlatho.
fur the peoyple. ~ irlout reetrartiou it ciar,. oocltli.,
et:orbllolloeaa Nooa he*ld be sclkeklathslon an
pence, fur the Wi'dow' aend Orptata' Iltleadl Sellete.
will pot him fur the Io.f of hil time in proportoln co
his rcontibutlon ,to the ocielt An the yellow fevtsr
cud cc Ily call"n apprpOchee, every one hIould become
O tnernr of thils ociety. and thus provide himAelr
res l.ae withb whrich to employ nonr. cand wt:.
w tl ,h t.e upitot hit ilamly wbrn her It rck and unable
to work for them. For lull Icto, matlun apply to tb'.
cnlerelgned. liepoeciulie.
0. W. TERKELL.
(r;eneral Agent oLtd Maager Widowls' ad Urpthaa
Yrleedly b·l,"hty anol tle 1'. atnd A lir lom Co. of
Va. it Carteudiet .trrert, ep tlfir. .ewr Orleaae
La ut lM Im
M XTIltO R0ooM FORt ME t. - In t PAUO St
and well-forniahd Meeting loom -. Ilt Poely .
street, corner of Camp. will be retrid to Base s
Clubs, etc., by Lthe evelini O . monlb, as racYOYLmbl
Applly at tlhe eit. of thm Mttetlcs. TrA... IsYi. .
YOUNG MEN WAN LEiD-Ttt LB.lkI AND
engage in telltgrph operatieg for ncw legetap
ofiloes. Basnesee rlrned In a chor, time. lPeeseat -
d od od payng altaltiOn, a. .oa as qrsa!tled. Cal
orn ddrec M3l1TIIOPLITADI TgLg(iltAP'il. 17ie
meraal PFlee. New Orecac. L e l salt m

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