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Full text of "Secular Songs: Sacred Songs"

A Freshman's Letter to His 
Father. 

The following is a letter writ- 
■ by a Freshman to his father 
few days ago. His room mate 
;cured a copy of it and favored 
s with it. Our readers will no 
oubt appreciate the genius of 
) young a mind as a Freshman? 
ho can explain 50 in art of war 
id 90 in department so grace 
illy: 

Dahlonega, Georgia, May 2, 
J95. 

EAR PAPA: — 
I am still well. I am doing 
ell. I hope you are all doing 
ell. The weather up here is 
ilendid and I think I am im- 
■oving steadily in health. We 
:t the nice breezes from the 
ue Ridge which is in plain 
ght about ten miles away. Our 
fence Professor says that the 
ountains and the picturesque 
enery are strengthness of 
aracter. I believe it is so, and 
make it a rule to take a walk 
most every afternoon, and on 



Every student should be a 
bscriber to this paper. If you 
e goinp to college why not be 
college man? 



One of the senfors said the 
ner day, when the 0. D. called 
i him to "report', "Sir, it is 
1 neath my dignity." 



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moonlight evenings with a young 
lady, a classmate of mine, on 
purpose to view and envision 
nature's handiwork. I am trying 
to do my duty to my class and 
am succeeding very well. 1 think 
it best not to study too much at 
night, as my room mate, who 
is an old student, says it is 
injurious and he never studies 
any at all by lamp light. He 
wears glasses, and is relieved 
from military duty. 

There is one young man here 
excused from military duty who 
does not wear glasses, but he 
has so much trouble preparing 
his Latin is why his eyes are 
affected. I send you my report 
for April. You see it is very- 
good. I have 90 in Deportment. 
There are just ten boys in col- 
lege whos behaviour is better 
than mine. The best boy gets 
100 — the next best 99, and so 
on. I will try to be nearer the 
top next time. My mark in "Art 
of War" is 50. That is perfect 
as the art of war only goes to 
50, and it certainly takes hard 



work to get there. I am doing 
my best, and I go to church at 
least once every Sunday. I like 
the college and its faculty very 
much. All of the professors are 
able men and fully competent 
to fill their offices. The most 
wonderful man, however, con- 
nected with the institution is 
our Janitor. It is a proof that 
commission with nature will 
strengthen character. He was 
born in Union county on Coop- 
er's Creek, where there is plenty 
of nature. Just to look at him 
you would never dream of his 
extraordinary abilities. Some of 
the boys say he will never be 
here again after this year. He 
is endowed with wonderful pow- 
ers of sight, and besides has the 
most retentive mind in regard 
to faces and dress, ever known. 
He will possibly go to Scotland 
Yard, London, as a detective. 
One of our Professors who is 
interested in Astronomy, wishes 
him to go to the Lick Observa- 
tory to supply with his naked 
eyes, the place of the Lick tele- 
scope which has recently be- 




GEORGIA 

ipiW College, 

OEPAHTMUNf Or i"E UNIVERSITY, 

At Dahlonoga, Ceorgia. 

inj; term begins first Tlonduy iu F'-bru-ry 
l all term hi-ginn first Mnnilcy in September 

rULL LITER^rtV COURSES. 



tuitso: 

With nmpl 



FREE 

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lse. 

>iintr.v Produce Made a 
Specialty. 

ig-Prompt iitteiilion mj^i 
eusf iimer:-. 



itinUliGH HULiUril ih'AiKftu 



under a I". S. Army Officer detailed by 
Secretary of war. 



Departments of Business, Short- 
hand, Typawriting, Telegraphy, 
Music and Art. 

Undur competent one thorough Instructor^. 
YOUNG LADIES lip 'o eqnal utvintnpe;: 



CHEA PEST COLLEGE in the SO UTH 

l-'or catalogues and full inform tlnn rd 
dress Secretary or Treasurer of Hi.rd 
Trustees. 



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come damaged. It is thought that 
if the moon is really inhabited 
he can see the people, study 
their hanits. discover the latest 
style of hats for ladies, and 
even hear them talking. His 
memory can also retain every- 
thing his eyes see, possibly 
more. He can tell every article 
of clothing in each student's war- 
drobe and can describe minute- 
ly how one was dressed on any 
particular night when he had 
seen him only from a distance 
of half a mile. The "soldiers" 
here call him "Dahlonega's Ar- 
gus." 

Please send me some money, 
as I am in need of some soon. 
I have to buy some more books 
and a new pair of citizen pants. 
The reason I want the pants 
is. sometimes I go out to a class 
mate's room to study, and when 
the officer of the day comes I 
have to run under the bed. 
When there are six or eight 
under the bed their legs stick 
out, if they are military pants 
the officer of the day always 
sees who the the legs belong to 
and we are reported. I am try- 
ing hard to improve my time 
and make a man of whom you 
will be proud. Please send me 
some money soon. Give my love 
to all and write soon, I am still 
Your son, 
A FRESHMAN. 



During the absence of Maj. 
Dashiel the battalion will be in 
charge of Captain Palmour. 



Some of the boys smile and 
some of the officers look sad 
when they see a heavy cloud 
arising about drill time. 



All of those who have not yet 
paid for their paper, please hand 
it to the Business Manager as 
early as possible. We need it. 
Those living at other places can 
address it to Business Manager, 
Phi-Palaestera, Box 46, Dahlon- 
ega, Ga. 



Woe unto the man who does 
anything which would cause him 
to be at college later than 3 
o'clock p. m. 



Adieu. 1874 
Annie of the Vale. 1861 
Babylon is Fallen! 1863 
Baby Mine. 1874 

Battle Cry of Freedom, The. 1862 
Beautiful Dreamer. 1864 
Brook, The. 
Cleansing Fires. 

Down hy the River Side I Stray. 1861 
Down Deep Within the Cellar. 1872 
Dreaming of Thee. 1866 
Eilleen Allanna. 1873 
Exile, The. 

Fisherman's Wife, The. 1877 
Fisher's Song. 1872 
Fly Forth, Gentle Dove. 1874 
Friendship. 

Grandfather's Clock. 1876 

Io Vivo, E T'Amo. (I Live and Love Thee) 1870 
Ingle Side, The. 
Iowa Corn Song. 1921 
It is But a Little Faded Flower. 1860 
It is the Last Rose of Summer. 
,111 Be True to Thee. 



jenny Grey. 

juanita. (Key of F) 

Juanita. (Key of D) 

Kiss Me, Mother, Kiss Your darling. 1864 

Lament of the Irish Emigrant, The. 1863 

Larboard v/atch, The. 

Let Me Dream Again. 

Limerick is Beautiful. 1865 

Listen to the Mocking Bird. 1856 

Love's Old Sweet Song. 

Love's Request. 1860 

Love's Sorrow. 1888 

Love's 7/hispers. 1874 



1856 

Listen to the Mocking Bird. 

1860 

It is But a Little Faded Flower. 
Love's Request. 

1861 

Annie of the Vale. 

Down "by the River Side I Stray. 

1862 

Battle Cry of Freedom, The. 

1863 

Babylon is Fallen'. 

Lament of the Irish Emigrant, The. 

1864 

Beautiful Dreamer. 

Kiss Me, Mother, Kiss Your Darling, 

1865 

Limerick is Beautiful. 

1866 

Dreaming of Thee. 



1870 

Io Vivo, E T'Amo. (I Live and Love Thee) 

1872 

Down Deep Within the Cellar. 
Fisher's Song. 

1873 

Eilleen Allanna. 

1874 

Adieu. 

Eaby Mine. 

Fly Forth, Gentle Dove. 

Love's Hfhispers. 

1876 

Grandfather's Clock 

1877 

Fisherman's Wife, The. 

1888 

Love's Sorrow. 

1921 

Iowa Corn Song. 



No dates 

Brook, The. 

Cleansing Fires. 

Exile, The. 

Friendship. 

Ingle Side, The. 

It is the Last Rose of Summer 

I Will Be True to Thee 

jenny Grey 

Juanita. (Key of F) 

juanita. (Key of D) 

Larboard Watch, The. 

Let Me Dream Again. 

Love's Old Sweet Song. 






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JUST PUBLISHED BY 



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No. 547 BROADWAY, opposite Tiffany's, NEW YORK. 

NEW SONGS AND BALLADS. 



Higo Daddt— Dao Emmett 80 

This is the famous Plantation Song, rectived nightly with shouts of laugh- 
ter at Hryimt's. It bids fair to become as popular as Ur. Emmett's celebra- 
ted song, " Dixie's Land." 

Bow ahk tod, Greenbacks ? — C. Glover 80 

The matt popular song of the day. Sung by Dan Bryant — also by Mrs. 
John Wood. A number of $10 Greenbacks adorn the title-page. 



Two new Songs by Dan. D. Emmett, author of "Dixie's Land," "High Daddy," Ac, 
and sung at Bryants' Minstrels, with immense approbation, 

Greenbacks 80 

Tm: Black Brigade, 80 

How lono the Hours seem, Love — Words by Mr. Henry Wood 25 

Music by P. B. Isaacs. Sung with great success at Wood's MinBtrels. 

NEW PIECES FOR 



Let os all speak ocb Minds, if we Die por it— Maeder 81 

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Before the Dats of Sadness — (Pria cbe funesti giungauo)— J. R. Thomas 60 

Song for soprano, with Italian and English words. There is a great want 
of (food songs for the soprano voice — something better than the easy ballads 
of the present day, and for this reason, if for no other, Mr. Thomas' song 
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Fishes in the Sea— J. R. Thomas 86 

A merry, sprightly ballad, sung by Mrs. Mozart. 

Mother, oh ! Sino me to Rest— Keller 30 

This is a great favorite in New York. A sweet and delicate song. Not dif- 
ficult. 

Jane of Ravenswood— Keller , 30 

A ballad in the popular style, but better writteu than most of the songs of 
ite kind. 

THE PIANO FORTE. 



H. A. WOLLENHAUPT. 

Improhito Polka „ Op. 63. ..(3) 60 

Mahch HoNGRoisa Op. 66 (3) 60 

V alku Hbboiqdb , Op. 66 (4J. . 1 00 

Three charming and brilliant compositions— like everything else from the 
pen of this Author, are sure to become popular. The Musical Review, in 
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New Compositions by Wollenhanpt, in Press: 

PARAPHRASE on the "SPINNING SONG," Op. G7....(5)..l 00 

From Wagner's Opera of the " Flying Dutchman." Dedicated to Mills. 
TRANSCRIPTION of SPOHR'S BEAUTIFUL SONG, "THE ROSE.". Op. 68. (4)... .75 

MURMURING ZEPHYRS— Mazurka Brilliant* Op. 69.... (4). ...75 

VALSE IMPROMPTU * Op. 70.. ..(8). ...60 

Messrs. W. A. P. <fc Co. have made arrangements w h Mr. Wollenhaupt 
for the exclusive publication of all of his compositions. 

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Ghand Conceet Galop Op. 11 (5)..l 00 

One of the best Concert pieces e7er written. It abounds in Dew and beau- 
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Silver Spbiko— (lltb edition I) .... , Op. 8 (6) . . 1.00 



Un Ballo in Maschbba,- 



RICHARD HOFFMAN. 

- Transcription (4) . 



An excellent and showy arrangement of the most boautiful melodies of 
" Un Ballo." Not too difficult. 

Solitude,— Ptnssi Fugitive (4).. ..60 

One of the most delightful morceaux in the true nocturne style, ever pub- 
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Heartily recommended for purchase. 

Dinobah— Caprice de Concert (5)..l 00 

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Opera. 

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Tam O'Shaatbb— Itturtration in the form of a March 100th edition 60 

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Gilaxd March of the Andes -. ftn 



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J. C. HESS. 

idl PABDON DE riOF.HUEL 

A brilliant transcription of the celebrated "Shadow Song." 

ROBT. HELLER. 

(8). ..40 

Josephine Mazurka," by the same author. 



Loo Loc, — Maeurla. 



A companion to the charming 
Very showy. 



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Hon Pi.aisir,— Galop de Bratoure 

An excellent and effective composition. 
Tub Last Rose op Simbeb— Grand* Variation* de Concert.... (4) 1 w 

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Music sent by mail on receipt of the marked price. 



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Reminiscences of Leah (2) 60 

A graceful and pleasant arrangement of the beautiful melodies from the 
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JOHN N. PATTISON. 

Twilight Mazurka (8) 40 

An exceedingly showy and effective Mazurka. 

OSCAR LITTI. 

DRUMS AND CANNON,— Military Episode Polka (8).. ..50 

An excellent and stirring composition, as played by Gottschalk. With a 
splendid title-page. 

A. W. BERG. 

The Parade,— Military Fantasie (8) 50 

Like the above, ao eminently characteristic and stirring piece. Just the 
sort of musio for the times. 

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The Listening Mother,— Romance (8).... 25 

The last composition of this eminently popular author, and it may be 
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A. BAUMBACH. 

THE OPERA AT HOME— For 4 Hands (2).ea.l5 

12 little Operatic arrangements, composed expressly to instruct as well as 
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to Teachers. 

HARRY SANDERSON. 

EAGLE QUADRILLE (2) ... .40 

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"Eagle," 

C. S. CRAFULLA. 

7tb REGIMENT MANUAL OF ARMS POLKA (8). ...85 

With a characteristic vignette title-page. 

F. B. HELMSMULLER 

ALLEZ-TOUJOURS,— Galop (8).... 80 

FIRST FLIRTATIONS,— Quadrilles (8). ...40 

ERIDE OF THE WIND— Galop (3). ...80 

The above list contains some of the most pleasing " morceaux de danse" 
ever published in this country. They art UgfU, lively, and really musical. 
The publishers are happy to state that they have efiucted an arrangemont 
with Mr. Helmsmuller whereby they have the exclusive right to pubush his 
compositions. 

ALBERT H. WOOD. 

Careless Eleoaxce Polka (8).... 60 

HENRY MAYER. 

SOUVENIR DE tVRVA,— Oapria (8). ...50 

A sketch of the Carnival, showy ODd lively. Uy the same author, tho fol- 
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art- just wlmt the church has been « siting for. 

New Vori Odseryer. 



EALLY very effective and Itenntlftil iiMtrnments. 

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Ciil.iui't Organ i.- certfthily superior in quality and 
volnnie of tone, while its power of expression can 
hardly be too highly praised. William Mason 

EXT to n church orpin, iviul flmt a good sized one, the 
hfift instrumiint with which we are acquainted to 

air uinpany chuicli wong. 

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SHARP-SHOOTERS' MARCH, 
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In de rebel army, 

Ebber sence he went an' run away ; 
But his lubly darkeys, 
Dey has been a watehin', 

An' dey take him pris'ner tudder day. 
Chorus — Look out dar, &c. 



5. We will be de massa, 
He will be de sarvant — 

Try him how he like it for a spell ; 
So we crack de Butt'nuts, 
So we take de Kernel, 

So de cannon carry back de shell. 
Chorus — Look our dar, &c. 



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Uncle Sam's Funeral, 
ind chorus, by Silex ; price 25 
Key of A minor. Ranges to E 
sterling loyalty under a serio- 
gttise. We can give the first 
but can give no idea of the ludic- 
^ffects produced by the iv lusting 
follows each. 

at little while ago, that the copperheads 
ere found, 

great Vnllandighuiiimer, a hammering 

id, 

ied to scare ua with rhuirdideful sound, 

ii, Ha, Ac. 

ing far from those I Love. 
chorus, by J. K. Thomas ; price 
Key of E flat. Goes an high 
ot difficult, but requiring good 
pure sympathetic voices. 

.'ing tar from thone 1 love! 

[Antle voice my way to cheer; 

nlnily would my branlli depart) 
If loving ones were only near. 
■> Mother's lips an- on my brow. 
Hut ttrnnger* watch my lonely bed; 
id no one here will shed .1 tear. 
When 1 am tying cold and dead. 

Just After the Battle, 
nd chorus, by Geo. F. Root ; pric-e 
tB. Key of F. Ranges to E 
This song is a continuation of 

Before the Buttle, Mother," by 
me author, and is of somewhat 

character. 

•n th« field of battle I am lying Mother 

Wounded comrades wailing for the mom- 

appear ; 

rst groat charge was fearful, and a thous- 
'i.iv men Ml, 

id the dreadful carnage, I was safe from 
and shell ; 

lorlooB cheer of triumph, -when the foe- 
tnrned and find, 

iib the field of battle, strewn with dying 
with dead. 

I'seonDe Way. 

lOTUeea with solo intermediate, hv 
; price 25 cents. Key of i. i,r,_ 
Goes up to F in chorus, but only 
it in the solo, which may be taken 
low or alto voice. We would 

1 all pro-slavery people against 
I this song, for we don't think 
oultl like it. 

nil baill rae n'ew Ino to de Union army; 

! nil hall! I*« da way. 



Brother Tell Me of the Battle. 

Song and chorus, by Geo. F. Root ; 
price 30 cents. Key of D. Goes up 



Washington and Lincoln. 

Song and chorus, by Henry C. Work ; 

price 25 cents. Key of Ej?. Medium 

to E. " range. An excellent piece of for the 

coming campaign, as well as for concert 
room or parlor. 

"Come all ye people, come let us tell 

The story or Wellington and Lincoln! 
History's page.* can Dover excel. 

The story of Washington and Lincoln." 

Vicksburg is Taken, Boys. 

Song and chorus, by E. W. Hicks ; price 
25 cents. Key of C. Song goes to E 

above; chorus to G. Very spirited a 

firat rate song for all patriotic occasions. 
It was printed in the " Song Messen- 
ger" soon after the capture of Vicks- 
burg, and has been so much called for 
that we have been obliged to issue it 
in sheet form. 

Hurrah! boys, hurrah ! shout glory and sing. 
For the traitors look sadlv forsaken ; 

Our glorious old Eagle is yet on the wing. 
And Vicksburg is taken, boys, taken. 

Little Alice. 

A ballad, by J. M. Hubbard ; price 25 
cents. Key of F. Going only to D 
above. Sweet and elegant. 

Happy loving little Alice, 
With herioftondauDav curls. 

In the cottage lir the palace, 
She la atill the queen of girls. 

TCow in the Ascendant! 

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Brother, tell me of the battle, 

How the soldiers fought mid fell ; 
Tell me of the weary inarches, 

She who loves will listen well. 
Brother, draw thee close beside mo, 

l.;iv your head upon my breast ; 
While you're tolling of the battle, 

Let your levered forehead rest. 

Columbia's Guardian Angels. 

Song, refrain and chorus, and full cho- 
rus, by Henry C. Work; price 2;"> cents. 
Some one Bays "you may always be 
sure of something new when you get a 
song by Mr. Work." This will be found 
no exception to that rule. Key of 0; 
Very effective and interesting. Goes to 
G above, and requires five voices in one 
place io produce its full effects. 

The glorious trio, behold they are coming! 

Their heralds are sttmding e'en now at your door : 
Go tell the lone watchers of earth, they are- coming 

To bless its— he with us — forsake us no more. 

I stand on Memory's golden shore. 
Song and quartette, by J. P. Webster; 
price 30 cents. Key of A flat. Ranges 
to E flat above. Requires pure and 
sympathetic tones. 




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"Come Home, Father, 



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Words and music by Henry C. Work. 
Price 25 cents. A plaintive song, com- 
plete and effective for one voice, altho' 
Ihi i o is an unusually fine chorus accom- 
panying it, to please those who prefer it 
»" thai shape. 

1 'j 1 ; ', dear father, come home with me now! 
..*»« i Iik K in the steeple strikes one; 

JhoD° U WM "° CM »ing right home from the 

Dm ,,,,;:„■'* JOU, ' lli ».W work was done. 

MhI mm! i *': lK ; «t— our house is all dark— 
Willi iHinviv .i **" ""tchin- since tea, 

A...I.,.., ." r;' ''";">• »".ick in lLr.™,., 

Bury the Brave where They Fall, 
feong and quartette, bv I im.t H I 

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q™« *0P»»8iv e tone* and enunciation. 

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where o.rr" rBl,llllw ^ 11 ' 
wuore inn hi i.„.. ,,.., 

She Sleeps beneath the Elms 

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Beautiful Child of Song. 
Solo, by S. C. Fostbh; price 26 cents. 
Key of D minor (one flat). Ranges to 
F above. Six-eight time. Beautiful 
changes to major in the harmouy, ac- 
companiment moderately difficult. 
Come, for the spell of a fairy. 
Dwells in thy magical voice. 

Will you come to meet Me, Darling. 

Song and quartette, hy G. F. Root ; price J 
30 cents. Key of E flat (three flats). | 
Ranges to E flat above ; movement, ] 
andantino; accompaniment simple in the ' 
rhythm, but somewhat changeful and ! 
peculiar in harmony. In the chorus the 
melody is sustained and the other voices 
mareato in the first half — all joining 
together in the close. 

When my feet have grown too weary. 

Farther on to press their way. 
When my spirit waits the bidding 

To he severed from Its clay, 
1 shall need some hand to guide mo 

|!''T the dark and llowing tide; 
" Ml you come to meet me. darling, 

When I reach the river side ? 

Ah, He kissed Me when He left Me 
Song and chorus, by Lillin Dowling, 
K.y "i E flat. Kunges to E Hat above. 
Beuuuiul rhythmic movement, and plain- 

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Corporal Schnapps. 

Song and chorus, by Henry C. Wo 
' price 30 cents. Key of D (two shar 
I Ranges to E above. Serio-comic, 
i requires good descriptive powers, 
j voice, pronounciation, and manner. 

j Mine heart ish prokon into little pit*, 

T tell* you, frieud, what for: 
; Mine schweet-heart, von coot patriotic kirl, 
She trives me off mit dor war. 
I fightfl for her der patties of te flag — 

I sohtrikes ho prave as I can ; 
t'ut now long time ihe nix rememuerB me, 
And coes mit another man. 
Chorus.— Ah! mine frauleinl 

You ish so ferry unkind ! 
You coes mit Hans to Zheruiany to 
* nd leaves poor Schnapps uehind. 



Song 

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With lithograph portrait tuir, ou oi 

Key of B flat. Ranges to F above. . 

movement, and requires trumpet tor 

All hail to Ulysses, the patriot's friend— 
The hero of battles renowned; 

He has won the bright laurel, 
Its garland ho wears; 

And his name thro' the world wo will sot 

Just before the Battle, Motht 

Song and chorus, by Geo. F. Root ; p 
30 cents. Key of life. Tender 
heautiful. 

Just before the bnttle, mother, 
I am thinking most of you, 
While upon the Deld we're watching, 

With the enemy in viev ; 
Comrades bravo are round me lying, 

Fill'd with thoughts of homo and Go< 
For well they know that on the moiTOi 
Some will sleep beneath the sod. 

Sleeping for the Flag. 

Song and chorus, by Henry C. W( 
price 25 cents. Touching and ten 
of deep interest to those whose broti 
are resting on the battle field. 

When our boys come home in triumph, broth* 

With the laurels they shall gniu ; 
Whan we co to give them welcome, brother. 

Wo shall look for yon in vain 
Wo shall wait for your returning, brother, 

Though wo know it cannot ho; 
For your comrade* left you Bleeping, brothafi 

Underneath a southern tree. 



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I*Or IVEoil's XToiOGS.—l'tnnd 2d Tenor, anil lit and 2fl Ila.e. 

Forward Boys G. F. Root. 1} 

Key of C. 3-4 and li-4 time. First Tenor goes up to A. First movement andante — second allegro, 

March on ! March on [...Soldier's Glee Wm.Lewi*. 3 

Key of C. 3-4 and 2-4 time. First Tenor goes up to A. First movement andante — second aUegro. 

March on ! March on !... Soldier's Gler Wm.Lewis. 3 

Key of 1) Hat, 6-8 time. Kir -t Tenor goes up to 0- Usb a Duet — bold and energetic. 

Come on this Silent Night- -.Serenad James Grant Wilson. 14 

Key of A flat. 3-4 tin.-. Find Tenor goes up to A hat Hoe some modulations. Smooth, flowing. 

The Outward Bound. ..Sailor's Glee T. Molter. 3 

Key of D. 4-4 time. First Tenor goes up to G. Second Base to F sharp below. Has triplets in all 
the parts— spirited and rather illmcull 

Have ye Sharpened your Swords?. -Battle Song Manchester. 1} 

Key of U— 6-8 time. First Tenor goes np to 0. With fire. 

Por IVIiatocl Voices.- Soprano, Alto, Tenor end Base. 

God Save the Nation Hmnj C. Work. 14 

Key of G — 1-4 time. Not difficult. All the porta within ordinary compass. 

Wake, Lady, Wake! we are Singing to Thee ...Serenade Root. 34 

Key of (1— 6-8 time. Solo for Tenor goes up to Q. Moderately difficult. 

Row, Row, Homeward we go S. W.Martin. 34 

Key of F— 6-8 time. Barcarolle movement Within usual compass. Moderately difficult. 

God bless our brave young Volunteers Gto. F. Root. 14 

Key of C — ;M time. Eariicut and patriotic. 

Girls at Home Henry 0. Work. 24 

Kmv of A — 1-4 time. Companion to " Itrave Boys are They." 

Welcome to Spring J- W. Martin. 34 

Key of A flat — 1-4 time. lias a soprano Solo. Is bright and Bparkting. 

We meet upon the Level... Masonic CM. Oady. 2J 

Key of C — 2-4 time. Within the usual oomnou. Has a Chorus after each verse. 

A Home in the West J. M. Hubbard. 4 

Key of E llat — 6-S time. "0 giva Hie a home in the beautiful West." Moderately difficult. 

Homeward now from Toil returning J- M- Pelton. 3 

Key nf (i — s-f time. Solo for the soprano, with accompaniment hy the other voices, in SwiHB style. 

My Mother's Grave H. P. Banks. 2i 

Key of A flat — 1—4 time. In the ordinary compass, Tender and gentle. 

Softly Dream, Sweet Love S. W. Martin. 24 

Key of B Hat — 3—1 and 0—8 time. Firet movement andante; second, allegro. Pleasing and effective. 

The Meeting Place A.M. Huff. 24 

Kl-v of C— 4-4 time, within the usual compute, Words by the celebrated Dr. Bonar. 

List, the Evening Breeze is Stealing J. M. Hubbard. 34 

Key of B liat — 1-4 time. A boat glee. Moderately difficult. 

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Corporal Schnapps. 

Song and chorus, by Henry C. Work; 
price 30 cents. Key of D (two sharps). 
Ranges to E above. Serio-comic, and 
requires good descriptive powers, in 
voice, pronuunciation, and manner. 
Mine heart ish proken into little pits, 

I tells yon, friend, what for: 
Wine Bchweet-hoart, von coot patriotic kirl, 

Sho trlven Die off mil der war, 
I fights for her der patties of to Hug — 

I ichtrikoa bo prove as I con ; 
Put now long time she nix remempers me, 
And com in i t another num. 
Chorus. — Ah! mine fraulclnl 

You [so so ferry unkind ! 
Ton eoes mi i Haiu to Zhermany to live. 
And leaven poor Schnapps pehind. 

Bury the Brave where They Fall. 

Song und quartette, by Lieut. H. L. 
Fkisbik j price 30 cents. Key of A flat 
(four fiats). Ranges to B[2 above, and, 
in the chorus, to A flat below, and re- 
quires impressive tones and enunciation. 

Tlion sleep on, soft ho thy repose, 

And green lie the turf on thy Iireast; 

The glorious stun, of our banner shall watch 
O'er the grates where our hemes rest. 

Sleighing with the Girls. 

Song and chorus, by the same author; 
price 30 cents. Key of B flat (two flats). 
Ranges to E flat above; ruther a quick 
movement, chorus taxing the rhythmic 
powers, and requires a clear bright 
quality of voice. 

Bound her waist your coat sloevo lingers, 

[Thore'l an arm inside, of course,) 
Whilu she gaily holds the ribbons, 

Ami drives vour fancy horse. 
Your heart, oh, how it Batten, 

Your head, oh, how it whirl-, 
One In- BUoh funny feelings 

When ideighing with the girls. 

She Sleeps beneath the Elms. 

Song and chorus, by J. P, Websteb ; 
price 3u cents. Key of A (three sharps), 
ranges to E above; movement andante 
tostenuto, and requires pure and sympa- 
thetic tones. The accompaniment oc- 
casionally touches the relative minor. 

My darling sleeps beneath the lofty elms, 

Where song-birds warble in their loafy homes. 

I stand on Memory's golden shore. 

Song and quartette, by the same author; 
price 30 cents. Key of A flat. Ranges 
to E flat above. Requiring a style of 
performance similar lo the preceding. 




I stand on memory' i golden shore, 

Ain l mute and dream, this autumn night, 
Recalling forms (hat nevermore 

Snail blesi on earth my weary sight. 
I reach in vain to grasp the hands 

Thai beckon tram the further side. 
Where gleam the shining silver sands — 

Where murmurs soft the silrvr tide. 

Sing Softly, Love. 
Song and chorus, by the same author; 
price 30 cents. Key of E flat, (three 
flats.) Ranges to F above ; movement, 
moderato, in triple time. Requires clear 
tones, modified by true feeling. The 
bass in the chorus is somewhat marcato, 
while the other parts are sustained. 
Sing softly, love, sing softly, 

For swift are the hours that fly — 
While yon and 1 together sit, 
As in the days gone by. 

Maudie Moore. 
A song with chorus, by J. R. Thomas; 
price U5 cents, Key of G (one sharp). 
Ranges to E above; movement, moderato. 
Requires the sympathetic quality of tone 
and careful articulation. Accompani- 
ment bringing in some characteristic 
changes in harmony. 

How wildly clad, yet sweetly sad, 
Come back the darling days of yore j 

Wht'ii tirst 1 knew In.w tiie.land tine. 
Could be the heart of Maudie Moore, 

Lottie in the Lane. 

: A ballad, by the same author; price 25 
i cents. Key of D (two sharps). Ranges 
j to E above ; movement, allegretto. Calls 
| for neatness in articulation, andjoyful- 
ness in tone, together with considerable 
, skill iu the accompaniment. 

Tin- miii was going down to rest. 

Behind the woody bill; 
The sky was all in crimson drest. 

Ami silent was the mill. 
Upon the breeze, a gentle sound 

Was wafted o'er tbe plain, 
And soon with fairy step and bound, 
Came Lottie down the lane. 

One by One. 

j Song, by the same author; price 25 
cents. Key of G. Ranges to 1) above 
and, by choosing notes, to G below. Is 
graceful and flowing in movement, and 
requires good taste and appreciation to 
like it and perform it. The author says 
of it: "This is a song after my own 
heart." 

One by one the sands are flowing, 

One by oue the moments fall — 
Some are coming, some are going — 

Do not strive to grasp them all. 

Angel Mary. 

Duet and chorus, by J. M. Hubbard; 
price 50 cents. Key of A\z. Ranges to 
E ; movement, moderato. Requires pure 
and blending voices, is of moderate dif- 
ficulty as to chorus and accompaniment. 

Oh my Mary ! angel Mary I 

Soul of truth and tenderness, 
Never more this aching bosom 

Gentle head as thine shall press. 

Love, Sweet Love is Everywhere. 

Song, by the same author; price 40 
cents. Key of B flat (two flats). Ranges 
to G above; is in triple time; move- 
ment, allegretto, and has a good deal of 
modulation in the accompaniment which 
is quite difficult. 

W liv should the earth grow old with careT 
While love, sweet love, is i-verywheio, 

Beautiful Child of Song. 
Solo, by S. C. Foster; price 26 cents. 
Key of D minor (one flat). Ranged to 
F above. Six-eight time. Beautiful 
changes to major in the harmony, ac- 
oompanimenl moderately difficult. 

C i'-i the spell of a fairy, 

Dwells In ih.N magical voice. 

Will you come to meet Me, Darling. 
Song and quartette, by G. F. Root ; price 
30 cents. Key of E flat (three flats). 
Ranges to E flat above ; movement, 
andantino ; accompaniment simple in the 
rhythm, but somewhat changeful and 
peculiar in harmony. In the chorus the 



melody is sustained and the other voices 
marcato in the first half — all joining 
together in the close. 

When my feet have grown too weary, 
Farther on to press their way. 

When my spirit watts the bidding 

To be severed from its clay, 
I shall need some hand t< • guide me 

O'er the dark and flowing tide; 
Will you come to meet me, darling. 

When I reach the. river side ? 

Ah, He kissed Me when He left Me. 

Song and chorus, by Lillia Dowling. 
Key of E flat. Ranges to E flat above. 
Beautiful rhythmic movement, and plain- 
tive and touching in the melody. 

Ah ho kissed me when he left me, 
And his parting words remain 

Treasured deep within mv bosom, 

" Dearest, we shall unet again." 

Will you wed me now I'm lame, loveT 

Song and chorus, byAvanelleL. Holmes. 
Key of G; movement, moderato. Ranges 
to D. Somewhat marchlike in move- 
ment. The last verse only is subjoined. 
In the first three he is rather discouraged. 

What, your eyes are full of tears, love, 

And your lips are trembling too, 
And you turn your blushing cheek, love, 

From my long and earnest view — 
Can I hope? ah, no! the thought is vain, love, 

Hut the hand ! why comes it near ? 
And those murmured words — joy, love, 

They have banished every fear. 

All Hail to Ulysses. 
Song and chorus in honor of General 
Grant, by Chas. Haynes ; price 30 cents. 
Key of B flat. Ranges to F above. Bold 
movement, and requires trumpet tones. 

All hail to Ulysses, the patriot's friend — 

The hero of battles renowned; 
He has won the bright laurel, 

Jts garland he wears; 
Aud his name thro' the world we will sound. 

Who'll Save the Left? 

A scene in the battle of Murfreesbro, by 
Geo. F. Root; price 60 cents. Good for 
baritone or tenor singers with strong 
voices that possess declamatory and de- i 
seriptive powers. The accompaniment ' 
requires a strong hand, on aocount of | 
the long tremolo with which the piece 
commences. 

Over the stream they wont into the flght, 
Cutting their way on the luft and the right. 

Babylon is Fallen. 

Song and chorus, by Henry C. Work ; 
price '26 cents. Some singers have told 
us that they preferred this song to its 
companion — " Kingdom Coming." It 
certainly becomes more and more appro- 
priate as the strongholds of theSouth ( fall 
into our hands, and the soldiers of 
"African descent." join in the fight. 

Look out dar now 1 we'se a gwine to shoot ! 
Look out dar, don't you understand? 

Johnny Schmoker, 
A chorus arranged by B. F. Rix ; price 
50 cents. All say that for a company 
of singers, whether young or old, noth- 
ing of its kind has eve 1 " been published 
like this. It contains the most irresist- 
ible fun, both of song and motion, while 
at the same time it is unexceptionable 
in all respects. 

Rub a dub a dub das ist mein drummel, 

Pilly willy wink das ist nioin flfie, 

Tic nic doc das ist triangle, 

Bom, bom, bom daa ist mine trombone, Ac. 

Just before the Battle, Mother. 

Song and chorus, by Geo. F. Root; price 
30 cents. Key of B|z. Tender and 
beautiful. 

Jusi before the battle, mother, 
I am thinking most of yon. 
While upon the 9 eld we re watching, 

With tin- enemy in * tow i 
Comrades brave are round me lying, 

I'ill'd with thoughts Of home and God, 
tot will they know that on the morrow 
Some will sleep beneath the sod. 

Sleeping- for the Flag-. 

Song and chorus, by Henry C. Work ; 
price 26 cents. Touching and tender, 
of deep interest to those whose brothers 
are resting on the battle field. 




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When our hoyB come home in triumph, brother, 

With the laurels they shall gain ; 
Win n we go to give them welcome, brother, 

We shall look for you in vain, 
We shall wait for your returning, brother, 

Though We know it cannot be; 
For your comrades left you sleeping, brother, 

Underneath a southern tree. 

0, come you from the battle field? 

A dialogue duet, fur soprano and tenor, 
by Geo. F. Root ; price 35 cents. This 
is a scene between a soldier who, during 
his three years' absence, has changed 
from a boy to a man, and his old mother 
who does not at first recognize him. 
This is found interesting and effective 
either in concert or parlor. 
"0 come you from tho battle-field, and soldier can 

you tell 
About the gallant Twentieth, and who are safe and 

well! 
Oh, soldier! say my son is safe, for he is all my care, 
And you shall have a mother's thanks, a widow M 

mother's prayer. 

The Old Brown Cot. 

Song and chorus, by T. H. Tanner; price 
30 cents. A beautiful poetic and musi- 
cal description of many a "dear old 
home." These words are set by some 
other person. Should you write for this, 
specify Tanner's copy. 

It stood beside the running brook. 

Whose wafers turnd'd the noisy mill 
And close beneath the tall old oak. 

That nodded on the sloping hill. 
The woonbinn creeping o'er the walls ; 

The sunshine on the grass? plot; 
How boanttfol ware they to me. 

When home was in that old browo sot 

Daisy Beane. 

Song and chorus, by J. R. Murray : 
price 25 cents. Fresh and beautiful as 
the " meadow and the flowers," that our 
young soldier so pleasantly describes— 
a very sweet though simple melody. 
'Twos down in the meadows, the violets were blow 

•ng, 

Aud the spring-time grass was fresh and green ; 
And the birds by the brooklets their sweet songs 

were singing 
When I first met my darling Daisy Deaue. 

Within the sound (if the Enemy's Guns. 

A remembrance of Gettysburg. Music 
by Geo. F. Root; price 50 cents. For a 
base voice, with obligato accompani- 
ments, about as difficult as the "Ivy 
Green," and in something of the same 
style. 

Within the sound of tbe enemy s guns, 

Within their sound are we; 
A gallant baud of patriot sons, 

Fighting thf battles of Liberty. 





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Cherry Ripe, 

Dublin Bay, 

In the Gloaming, 

Kerry Dance, 

Let me Dream Again, 

Little Darling, Sleep Again, 

Lost Chord, 

Madelaine, 

My Queen, 

Midshipmite, 

My Darling, 

My Fond Lorn, 

Cleansing Firet, 

Lights Far Out at Sea, 

For Old Love's Sake, 

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Harrison 4 
Molloy 5 
Sullivan 3J 
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Sullivan 4 
Nelson 3J 
Blumenthal 5 
Adams 4 
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Those Pieces in the list marked thus * are Embellished with Elegantly Illuminated Titlepages. 



VOCAL. 



60 



35 



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Ail Yesterday I was Spinning, Dolobes, 40 

Annie's Lullaby, E. 0. Uojey 85 

Barcarole, or Boat Song. English and 

lulnu words, A. Jannotta, 40 

Before I was Married, oh dear! J- U. MoNacohtom, W 

Beautiful Wales, J. E. Thomas M 

Be near to me, Do. 35 

Be thou near me, VntacoA Gabbxbl,. 40 

Blue Eyes or Black T. Babkb,... 83 

Birth of Greeu Erin. Neva Irtih Song,, ..J. It. Thomas, 33 

Captive Poet, beautiful Houg Vuujinia Gabbtel,. 60 

Cherish love while yet you may, G. W. H. Gaum*,.. 35 

Come love to me J. Ebnest Pebbinh, 

Conw to me, Angel of Sleep. Song and 

Chorus , J. Ebnest Pebhwo, 

Come from Afar. Soug and Chorus Hknbt Tuck Kit, 

Coming, coming, bye aud bye Viboinia Gabriel,. 

Cradle Song, J. R. Faiblamb, . . . . 

Cushla Agus Machree, as sung in " Arrah 

ua Pogue," B. E. Woolf 

Dreaming of thee,. J. K. Thomas H5 

• Elaine. Words by Tennyson 11. Hoffman 50 

and Herman words,. J. 1(, Faiulamb,.. .. 60 

W. U. Stoy 35 

Morning. Ballad 

)A, CLAIimEL, 50 

VllUtlNIA GaBRIEL,. 40 

J. L. Hatton 60 

Jous Bbocguam... 60 

E. C. Howe, 80 

er Warrior Dead. 

*...W. K. Barsfobo, ... 85 

lembrance, J- E. 1'kiiuixo 40 

a tuvtiu ».. iU ,.„ -ight, Mas. John Wood,.. 85 

IlBacio. French, English and Italian words, L. Aninri 75 

•I'm Happy as the day is long, John Brougham,,.. 60 

I'm Love's tiny Child to-day. l>uett..E. ti. B. Holdeb,... 40 

Kathleen Dear. Ballad J. E. 1'ekiunq 40 

Lady Bird, Geo. H. Miles 85 

Light of my Soul, of thee I'm Dream- 
ing, LUCIEK MASS, 85 

Love. Waltz Song F. Sliilottkb, 30 

*■«■»♦ T — Do SO 

le one Frank Wood 85 

J. It. Fiinnwi 3D 

;ret Clabibel, SO 

i. Solo and Chorus J. It. Thomas, 40 

11. Hoffman 60 

■s are shining bright, 0. C. St. Clatb, SO 

tve heard sweet music, ..P. B. Isaacs, 85 

.'a Trill Wilhelm Ganz,.... N 

ne down to Sleep. Song 

i A. D. Walbmdoe, . . SO 

Nightfall at Sea, Viboinia Gabriel,. 40 

Old Don't Care. Bass Soug W. E. Bashfobd, ... 85 

Only a Withered Rose, J. It. Thomas, 85 

•Parted from thee. Sung by Madams 

Parepa Geoeoe Matzka,. . 60 

Pleasant Hills of Erin B. A. Whafleb, 39 

Feasant Dreams of Long Ago. Song 

^ andChoru G. W. H. GarmK,.. 85 

Wide of my Heart, Farewell, W. 0. Weinman, .. , 80 

Riches are better than Love. Vocal 

Romance j. M. Lono 60 

•bay not Woman's heart is bought,. .J. G. Ma™™ , jy 

Sea Rover. Descriptive Sony Do. . jy 

Sing to me the dear old Song W. E, Uabhfobi»' '" 85 

Sing, Birdie, Sing, Wilhelm Ganz,.... 60 

Slowly now the Day is Dying J. E. Pebblnu 60 

bong of the Brook. Words t.yTts-NYHON,. Do. 60 

•Song of the Spoon. Yale College Student 

Song M 

Song of Conundrums EASTncuN.. . &5 

Somebody's Darling, Leon C. Weld", 85 

Spirit Bell,.... j. e. Permno 40 

Star of the \\est .. Jvmx Bbooqham,... 85 

•Stars ot the Summer Night. Quartette, .student* Yale Col. 60 

•Sweet be thy Repose j. r.. Thomas... . s5 

Sweet, sweet, with the Fairy Feet,. .A. Sedgwick. as 

That s where the Laugh comes in. 

Conic, ,. Eaktbub*. . . . 

There s but one Sweet Soug Vinorwu Oibe^ 

Thine Image.. M. Kellxii..™. m 

Thou art far. Love y. sc blotted,. . so 

Thou Lovst no more Albert H. Pkash m 

Then turn your thoughts to me M. KtLLEn '" 35 

Twilight.. a. BtawttoBD,..;.; so 

Under the Palms Vmouru Gabriel,. 60 

Under the Snow,... Vmorxu OaaaiRu 60 

Violets under the Snow, II emit Tuckkh ss 

Wearing of the Green a. 

We'U go with Grant again. Song and 

_ £*°" ,i - ...II. Tucker, so 

we U Meet no more at TwUlight hour,.M . Keller, ... 35 

••'ve Drunk from the same Canteen,. Jas. g. Clabx,, .... as 



90 



Where art Thou ? J.K.Thomas,.. . . 5 

When Feuians Fight for Freedom, ...It Tucked, 30 

White Dove, Vibqinia Gabriel,. 60 

When the pale, pale Moon, Do, 50 

•Why dost thou linger yet f (The Guards' 

Waltz) OODTOET 75 

Would I were a Fly. Comic Wm. Bihoh SO 

You'll not be Long Away, Vibodjia Gj 



GOLDBECK'S LOVE SONGS. 

Come rest in this Bosom, 50 

The Splendor falls on Castle walls 50 

Sleep, dearest, sleep, 40 

Oh, doubt me not! 60 

The Miller's Dau&hter. 35 

You know the old Hidalgo, 35 

Oh, ask me not to Speak: 40 

The Moon is muffled in a Cloud, 40 

The Sea hath its Pearls, 40 

Parting Song, 40 

Invocation 60 



SABBATH DAY MUSIC. 



CHURCH AND HOME. 

Again as evening shadows fall. Quar- 
tet te n 

Anthem for Easter. Quartette T. 8. Llotd 

As Pants the Hart. P&alni. Bolo and 

Quartette J.N. Pattuon, . . . 

Benedio Am ma Mea. Quartette, II. Millard 

Benedictus Es+ Do Do 

Bonum Est, in E. Quartette Ohvlr J. Mosebthaju,.... 

Christmas Hymn. Quartette, E. Mn.i.aa, 

Come unto me. Do W. Eoo. Tblateb, . 

De Profundis. Do J. R. Faiblamb,.. 

Deus Misereatur, in E. Quartette, J. Mobshthal* ... 

Easter Anthem. Do. Do. ... 

Fading, still fading. Do. n. Millard 

Five Lntroits, J. R. Faiulamb... 

Give ear, O Lord. Qnartette, w. Eua. Thateb, 

How long wilt thou forget me, Lord? 

Duett, J. E. Pkbrihg, ... 

How dear is the Thought. Quartette,. II. Millard 

I heard a Voice. Funeral Anthem, Do 85 

I was Glad when they said, J. R. Thomas, 85 

In this calm impressive hour. Quaxtette.E. 0. Phelps, 



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Jehovah, hear me, J. B. ^""""1 60 

Jubilate in C, Do. .... 80 

Jubilate in Bb A.H. Wood 1 00 

Jubilate in Bb, J. Mouentual, 75 

New songs unto the Lord, J. it. Faihlamb 76 

Rest in the Lord, II. Mm-"" 66 

Save, Lord, or we perish, Geo. Wm. Wabash, 40 

Saviour, breathe an evening blessing,. J. it. Thomas, 88 

Saviour, source of every blessing J.N.Pattmoii 80 

Slowly now the Day is Dying. Sacred 

Song J. E. Pebrtno 60 

Supplement to New Songs, &c., J. B. Path lamb 00 

Te Deum in F, Do. .... 75 

Do. Bb, Do 100 

Do. D J, It.FimuMB 1 00 

Do. F, J. Mosenthal, 85 

Thanksgiving Anthem, J. R. Faiblamb 50 

Two Glorias, J. Mokentbal, 50 

Venite in C, Do. 75 



INSTRUMENTAL. 



Mow Wattsea. 



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,T. Bakes 

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Black Crook, , 

Oispino e la Comare,. 

Guards, , 

Hilda,. 

I am Lonely to night, 

Jubile«, or Return of Peace,(2) E. Mooaa, . 

Mabel, (2), D. Godfbet.... 

Morning Sun, (3) J. N. Pattisoh., 

Peri (2) CD. Albert,.. 

Spark,.. «.'.* (3i ( c. Wkls 

Three Guardsmen, (2), Thos. Haexb, .. 

Marches and QtttoEtstepa. 

(2), Wm. BnoiOKS,... 

(3), H. Matbr. 1 



Clionian (Columbia College), 
Grand Funeral March 
President Lincoln,.. 



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Grace's Quickstep (2),..R. D. Wn 

Indienne (March from L'Ahicalne),. . .(3),..B. Richabj)s, 

Meadville Grand March, (2),..Poltkbatu Burn, 

Rehgeuse (March from L'Airlcaine),..(3),..B. Kiohabds, 

Rest, Spirit Rest (Funeral March),. (3), ..Ed. IIomtAY 



Vartotforta, 

Beautiful Dreamer, (3),. .A. Badmbaob 

Lanigan's Ball, (3),.. Do 

'Tis but a little Faded Flower (3),..0. Fbadcl, 

Victory at Last, (3),..Theo. Moelltjo,.., 

Pat Malloy, (3),.. Do. 

I am Lonely to-night, (3),.. Do 

Ntew Galpps. 

Ashland, (2),.. A. Geikseuajp* 

Black Croo!c, (2),..T. Baeeb 

Clionian, (Columbia College,) (2),--Wu. SmuoNe, 

Delta Phi, Do. Do (2),. .J. M. Landkb 

Douce Fensee, (2), ..J. E. Myebs, 

Eva (3),..Habby8andebso»,, 

Fanchon (2),.. Geo. D. Hawkins,.. 

•Five o'clock in the morning, (2),. -J. M. Landeb 

Hop, Hop, or New Military, (3),..Victob Molabd 

Saratoga, (3),..G. D. Wilson 

•Wearing of the Green, (2),..Thos. Bakjbb, 

Wildiang, (2),..Fadmt 



Mew Quadrates, 

Tuileries, (2),..0. Coote 

•Wooden Spoon Lanciers (2),.. Vale College StadenU 

Varieties Parisiennes, (2), 

The New Parisian Dance 

Polkas, Schottischea and Wazuxkat, 

Bobolink Polka, (3),. -J. Bhodohau, I 

Constance Mazurka, (3),..E. Guton, ' 

Festive Polka, (3),..U. Sandeubon 1 

•Firework Polka (2), . .Thob. Bakeb, ' 

•Jean Hobmer Mazurka, i2)...R. Stoepel, ' 

Nightingale Schnttische (2,). -James Gabland... < 

•Scotia Polka, with Likeness of Capt. 

Judkius, of Steamer Scotia (2),.. .John Bbouqbax,.- 

Brilliant Pantaste8 B Morceaus and 
©pepatto Arpangements. 



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Ange des Fleurs (4),..E. non-aAN, 

A Midnight Barcarole, (4),..C. Jkbomx Uofkhb 

Africaine, (4),..Ecoe>kK£ttebeb, .1 

Babbling Waters (3),. -J. Bkiboth 

Barcarole Venetienne, (4),. .8. B. Mills 

Beautiful Isle of the Sea, (3),.-B. Kichahds,. ... 

Budding Leaves (3),. -J. E. Mulleb...-. 

Caprice quasi Polonaise, (3),.. Geo. W.Wajuhhi, 

Cassie, Danse Espaguole (3), 

Chant d' Amour, (4), 

Esmeralda Caprice 

Faust, Fantaise de Concert, 

Fileuse (LaJ .^....(4), 

Five o'clock in the morning (Tran- 
scription, (4), 

Traviata (TrauBcriptiou,) (5), 

Impromptu, J3'> „ 

Kunkel's Polka, ^"S 1 "^ KviiK£U 

Laughing Waters, l4i,..a Hoffman, 

Lovfvs Flirtation (3^..E. Hoffmah^.. 

Mazurka de Salon, (3),..J. K. Faiblaaib,.. 

Midnight. Bedowa FauUvstlque (3),. .J. N, Pattison... 

Niehtmgale's Trill (Transcription),.. <3),..E. Hoffman 

FaUonsetFleurs j4j,..J JU^-..-.; 

bSSSS, (3),. .Geo, W.Wabbi*, 

Rultling Leaves (3),. .E. Hoffman, 

Secret (Le Secret) Grand Galop (3),.. Do 

Sing, Smile, Slumber, (3).. Do 

Souvenir del Opera, !?!••*« „ »V°', a "" 

TaranteUe (M) (4),.-8. B. Mills 

Victoria (Poucs de Salon) (3),..C. H. Badges,..- 

We won't go Home till Morning. 

Bagatelle, 7.(3),. -J- N. Pattisos.- 

Duetts, tojr 4 and 8 Handa, fotr Conoepta*' 

Exhibition PurpQ663. 

School of Time. 3 Books, 4 hand 0. Fbaph 

Grand March de Concert. Skands, A. W. Bebu,..- 

Kunkel's Polka. 4 hands 0. EtnocEi-..- 

Souvenir d'Amitie. Pehte Talse. 4 hands. .J. C. OscaB,.- 
Musical Photographs. 4 handa. 40Hos..D. Akqem,.-- 



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*Yc Midnight Stars. Song and Chorus Bb 60 

Mary Gray. Song and Chorus G 30 

Lost in the Wide World Ab 40 

Angels roll the Rock Away. Easter Anthem G 50 

Where the Water Lilies Grow Eb 35 

"Croquet F 50 

Masonic Ode. Quartette G 35 

Loved Ones Far Away C 40 

All the Year Round C 85 

♦Mellow Eve is Gliding. Sacred Quartette El> 50 

Love he Went a Roving G 40 

Dark-eyed Norina G 35 

•Abide With Me. Sacred Quartette F 50 

Wild Rose C 40 

Moonlit Sea B 30 

Little Bird told Me So C 35 

All in the Merry May G 50 

Why Did You Die? Ab 25 

*By the Brook Eb 40 

Mother Kissed Me in My Dreams G 40 

Little Birdie B 50 

Death of Llewellyn G 25 

Annie of the Vale Bb 36 

Where art Thou? Eb 35 

•My Good-for-nothing Bb 60 

Annie Law D 30 

When the War is Over, Mary. Song and Chorus Bb 35 

Morning Service. Tenors and Basses. Complete C 1.00 

Let Me Pray Before I Die F 40 

Bo Near to Me F 35 

We Were Boys and Girls Together F 30 

Dreaming of Thee. Song and Chorus Eb 35 

Nollie, wilt Thou be My Bride! G 30 

Let Me Shed One Silent Tear. Song and Chorus Eb 40 

Kiss me Good-night, Mother. Song and Chorus D 36 

Beautiful Snowdrops Eb 40 

Wake from Thy Happy Dreams C 30 

•Nearer, My God, to Thee. Sacred Quartette G 60 

Jubilate. Tenors and Basses C 40 

Jubilate Q 60 

Beautiful Highlands D 36 

Venite. Tenors and Basses fj 35 

Vcnitc and Glorias G 75 

*Tnrry with Me. Sacred Quartette Ab 60 

Never deem My Love can Change Ab 40 

Never deem My Love can Change F 40 

Juliette Belle. Song and Chorus D 30 

Beautiful Wales Bb 35 

Voice of the Mountain Land D 40 

Not Lost Forever Eb 40 

Must as I am. Sacred Quartette Eb 50 

Beautiful Isle of the Sea D 35 

'Tis but a Little, Faded Flower G 40 

•Owl, (The) C 40 

Old Farm House Eb 35 



Jesus, Lover of My Soul. Saered Quartette G 35 

Before the Days of Sadness Eb 50 

That Song of Thine F 40 

Only a Withered Rose F 35 

I Wish Somebody'd Come Eb 30 

Birth of Green Erin Ab 35 

There's Sunlight on the Hills F 40 

I was Glad When they Said. Sacred Quartette G 35 

•Blue-eyed Bell g 40 

Te Deum G 1.00 

Te Deum Eb 1.00 

Te Deum. Tenors and Basses C 60 

Iu the Glade Ab 36 

Onward March to Victory. Song and Chorus A 30 

Bonnie Jean G 30 

*In Heavenly Love Abiding. Sacred Quartette Bb 50 

I Have so Much to Tell G 36 

Benedic Anima Mea Bb 40 

Selections from the " Hymnal." 7 Nos. ; paper DK 60 

Our Noble Chief has Passed Away Ab 40 

Bonum Est Ab 36 

Sweet Be Thy Repose F 36 

Sweet Be Thy Repose Ab 36 

Harkl what mean those Holy Voices ? Christmas Hymn.F 60 

Oft in the Stilly Night. Quartette. Mixed Voices C 40 

Oft in the Stilly Night. Quartette. Male Voices D 40 

Oft in the Stilly Night. Trio Bb 40 

Cottage by the Sea Bb 35 

Good-night! and Happy Dreams. Solo or Duett Ab 35 

Still Thine Own C 40 

*God Bless Us, Every One Eb 60 

Star of My Home Eb 30 

•Glorious things of Thee are Spoken. Sacred Quartette.-G 60 

Standard of Freedom G 40 

Song of Friendship Ab 40 

On the Bluff Ab 60 

Forever and Ever. Sacred Ab 35 

Say a Kind Word When Yon Can D 30 

Fishes in the Sea. Song of the Flirt G 40 

Saviour, Breathe an Evening Blessing. Sac. Quartette.G 30 

Far Away Bb 30 

•Rainbow Temperance Song Eb 60 

Fare Thee Well, Mine Own Love. Song and Chorus. ..C 30 

Queen of the Night Gm 35 

Evangeline. Song and Chorus Eb 35 

Poor Carlotta D 40 

Evening Service. Complete DK 1.00 

•Pretty Little Maid of Minnetonka F 40 

Cantate Domino Eb 60 

Parting Kiss ; G 40 

Deus Miscrcatiir Eb 35 

Patriot Flag. Song and Chorus A 30 

•Come Holy Spirit. Sacred Quartette G 60 

Our Wandering Ships Eb 40 

Dew is on the Flower F 40 



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4. The Ideals Schottische, 

5. -Racquet Waltz, 

6. Racquet Galop, , 

I. Sparkling Dew-drop Schottische, 
8. Beautiful Eyes Polka, 

q. poLDEN Robin Polka, . . , 

10. Snow-drop Polka, 

II. ]l Penseroso, ..... 
12. Little Hunting Song, 

1^. Exile, ...... 

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POPULAR PIECES FOR THE PIANO. 

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6 CHANT DU BERCER Colas. 

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46 SONNAMBULA Bellini. 

47 WILLIAM TELL Rossini. 

MARCHES. 

48 BOCCACCIO Suppe. 

49 DEVIL'S Suppe. 

50 FATINITZA Suppe. 

51 COOD LUCK Faust. 

52 CRAND REVIEW Silberberg. 

53 JOLLY TAR'S Moul. 

54 LIGHT CAVALRY Suppe. 

55 MASCOT Audran. 

56 NANCY LEE Durkee. 

57 PATIENCE GALOP Sullivan. 

58 ROSSI Johnson. 

59 SWEDISH WEDDINC-: Soderman. 

60 TRIUMPHAL (Michael Strogoff) Artus. 

61 TURKISH PATROL '. Michaelis. 

62 WEDDINC Mendelssohn. 

63 YOSEMITE Durkee. 

64 GARFIELD'S FUNERAL Hewitt. 

POLKAS. 

65 BEAUTIFUL EYES Dorn. 

66 BELLA BOCCA Waldteufel. 

67 CLIDINC DOWN THE STREAM Schweinfest. 

68 COLDEN ROBIN Bousquet. 

69 GYPSEY Hanson. 

70 RIVULET Durkee. 

71 SNOW DROP French. 

SCHOTTISCHES ETC. 

72 ENCLISH MAY-POLE DANCE Coote. 

73 LE PETIT Johnson. 

74 LITTLE FAIRY Streabbog. 

75 SPARKLINC DEW DROP Campbell: 

76 THE IDEALS Watt. 

VARIATIONS. 

77 AULD LANC SYNE Durkee. 

78 BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND Durkee. 

79 CARNIVAL OF VENICE Oesten. 

80 HOME, SWEET HOME Supple. 

81 LAST ROSE OF SUMMER Herz. 

82 OLD OAKEN BUCKET Durkee. 

WALTZES. 

83 ALWAYS OR NEVER Waldteufel. 

84 BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE Strauss. 

85 BEETHOVEN CR/>ND Beethoven. 

86 BLUE ALSATIAN Durkee. 

87 BOCCACCIO Suppe. 

88 CHARMING Waldteufel. 

89 CORN FLOWER Coote. 

90 CRYSTAL DEW Durkee. 

91 FIRST KISS Lamothe. 

92 FLOWERS OF ST. PETERSBURG Resch. 

93 FROLIC OF THE FROCS Watson. 

94 CERTRUDE'S DREAM Beethoven. 

95 ILLUSIONI Capitani. 

96 LET'S BE CAY Colville. 

97 LITTLE FAIRY Streabbog. 

)98 MANOLA Waldteufel. 




99 OLIVETTE Audran. 

100 PEARLS AND LACES Ludovic. 

101 PLEASE DO? Durkee. 

102 RACQUETTE Durkee 

103 SIRENES Waldteufel. 

|0* SPIRIT Mendelssoh 

105 VALSE IN Ab Joseffv 

'°6 VIOLET. Waldteufel. 

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I A BIRD IN THE HAND Roeckel 

2 AWARRIOR BOLD Adams 

3 AWFULLY AWFUL Alice Atherton 

4 BLUE ALSATIAN MOUNTAINS Adams! 

li^n E r9 LASS SamDevere. 

6 iglDGE : Lindsay. 

7 BROOK Dolores 

8 BROTHER'S LULLABY Emmett 

9 BY THE SAD SEA WAVES Benedict. 

10 CACKLE, CACKLE Baenal. 

11 CLOCHETTE M olloy. 

12 COME WHERE THE SOFT TWILICHT FALLS Scheumann. 

13 COTTAGE BY THE MOORLAND Dolby 

14 DANUBE RIVER Aide 

15 DARBY AND JOAN Mollov 

16 DAY IS DONE (words by Longfellow) Balfe. 

17 DEEP, DEEPSEA Gabriel. 

18 DOUCLAS, TENDER AND TRUE Lady Scott 

19 DOWN BY THEOLD MILL STREAM Read 

20 DREAM SONG "Fatinitza " 

21 EMBARASSMENT Abt 

22 EXILE H e|j er 

23 FAIRLY CAUCHT Be hi 

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28 HER BRICHT SMILE HAUNTS ME STILL Wri'ghton. 

29 I CANNOT SINC THE OLD SONCS Cabfiel 

30 IF Pin<;uti 

31 IN THE CLOAMINC Harrison 

32 IN THE COLDEN EVENTIDE Pinsuti 

33 IN SHADOWLAND Pnsut ' 

34INTHESTARLICHT Clover 

35 IT WAS A DREAM Cowan 

36 JEREMIAH, BLOW THE FIRE Pastor 

37 JEWISH MAIDEN Kucken 

38 KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN Crouch 

39 KATY'S LETTER Udy Dufferin. 

40 KERRY DANCE Mollov 

41 KILLARNEY Balfe 

42 KINC'S HICHWAY Mollov 

43 LARBOARD WATCH (duet) Wilhams 

44 LARDY DAH Con quest 

45 LET ME DREAM ACAIN Sullivan 

46 LICHTS FAR OUT AT SEA Catty 

47 LITTLE FRAUD Harridan and H-rt 

48 LITTLE MAID OF ARCADEE £ u , v f n 

49 LONDON BRIDCE Mo In? 

50 LOST CHORD Sullivan 

51 MAID OF ATHENS AMen 

52 MIDSHIPMITE Adams 

53 MISCHIEF IN HER EYE Schwenskv 

54 MOTHER TAKE THE WHEEL AWAY Claribel *' 

55 MY LOVE BEYOND THE SEA Sullivan 

56 MY ONLY LOVE Hatton 

57 NAUCHTY CLARA Knovvle's 

58 FAIR DOVE, O FOND DOVE Cattv 

59 O FRED, TELL THEM TO STOP Meen 

60 ONCE ACAIN Sullivan 

61 ONLY A FACE AT THE WINDOW Cuest 

62 ON THE ROCKS BY ABERDEEN Cattv 

63 OVER THE CARDEN WALL Hunter 

64 PRETTY AS A DAISY (song and dance) Newcomb 

65 RIPPLES JUST TOUCHED BY THE RISINC MOON -Thompson. 

66 ROCKED IN THE CRADLE OF THE DEEP Knieht 

67 ROBIN RED BREAST LpvIv 

68 SINC, SWEET BIRD Cauz 

69 SPEAK, TO ME, SPEAK Campana. 

70 SQUIRE AND MARIA w\Te 

71 SUNBEAMS : Adams 

72 SUMMER SHOWER M °rziais 

73 SWEET BIRDIE Murphy 

74 SWEETHEARTS Sullivan 

75 SWEET KITTY MAY Johnson 

76 SWEET LOVE OF MINE Cowen 

77 SWISS BOY'S MOUNTAIN ECHO SONC Beatrice. 

78 THE MAID AND THE MACPIE Philips 

79 THE WATERMILL Dcihl 

80 THY VOICE IS NEAR Wriihton 

81 TWENTY YEARS ACO Ca'ty. 

82 TWICKENHAM FERRY M-rzials. 

83 UNCLE DANL'SJINEDDE SAINTS Johnson. 

84 UNREQUITED P nsuti 

85 UNSPOKEN Cattv 

86 WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYINC? (duet) Clover. 

87 WHEN Mr LOCKS ARE TURNINC CREY Dank. 

88 WHEN THE RED LEAVES FALL Hatton. 

89 WHY DID THEY DIC MA'S CRAVE SO DEEP? Skelly. 

90 WILL HE COME? Sullivan. 

91 WST! WSTI WST1 Pettitt. 

SONCS AND CHORUSES. 

92 ALL ON ACCOUNT OF ELIZA "Billee Taylor." 

93 AVE MARIA Gounod. 

94 BARNEY'S COURTSHIP Dexter Smith. 

95 CRANDMOTHER'S CHAIR Read. 

96 NANCY LEE Adams. 

97 TAKE BACK THE HEART Claribel. 

98 WHEN THE SWALLOWS COME Pinsuti. 



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A l!it. of my Mind,. Clifton, 

After Me, E$jt Hon, 

April Showers, ..... Davfes, 

Bloom upon the Cherry Tree, Gloi r, 

I!. .Id Fisher iu an, Uunt, 

Clotilda's AihiH-iits, _. Braham, 

Qnarting En the K.iin, Vavien, 

Danulxj Hiver, A?dv t 

Dream, Baby, Dream,. Galnrtfl, 

Dream on of Love, .. .Ellis, 

Esmeralda, J.< nry. 

Fair L»ove, <> V \ Dove, .„Gatty % 

From Bvaveii Smiiiug down on me, Cundy, 

Girl in Advance of Che 'i lines, Lee, 

Golden Shore, Ulamphln, 

tiood bye, my Dearest, good bye, ._. Warn n, 

1 i M lit Song, Gordon, 

Ureetins al the Donr, ..2V&A, 

tlarp that once Uirough Tara's 

Halls, ... .Stevenson, 

Her Heart was True to Me,—. ...... .Jluiit, 

His Heart wa-* True to I'oil, Lee, 

Humming like llw Bee, Blamphin, 

Hunting Tower,.. bnttar, 

1 Am Content, Sainton, 

Just touch the Harp gently, Man p/iin, 

KiSb-Klss, ... _ . Lttuitif 

Kiss behind the Door, ... . Hunt, 

Looking Back, _ —Sutttvan, 

Military Stylo, Fitehett, 

Music hath l harms, Hunt, 

My Gentle Love, Kuffner, 

Not hi these Boots,. Connelly, 

oh take me to thy heart again... Bui e, 

Obl Friends Together, Smith, 

One morning, (), so early, '■'"".'/♦ 

Pretty Little Maud, Candy, 

Virus Miss Rlckctta, . BqpnaH, 

Triile of m\ ileait 1 am Dreaming of 

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Sarah Jane and the Drum, .Hunt, 

Shall 1 meet Thee no more? . Warren, 

Spring] (ientle Spring! Riviere, 

Sunshine al Last (Sandy, 

Ten Minute* ' <o I.;it< t# ,. Clifton, 

Then Vou'll Kemi'inh^r Me, ..._._.. Bal/e, 
ThU lie. Hi will Throb For Thee," Uarcourt, 
Those Eyes thai were so Bright, Ftiaite, 
Tlmu art so Near, and yei so Far, HtdrJi 
'Tis hanl to give the Hand where the 

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Try M- again, Mother, .Vundy, 

Turning of the Tide, /, 

Wauderlng hj Ihe Riverside, Plympton, 

Waste not, Vt mt not, tloward, 

uise he's Blind,... Moore, 

■ . Jamie, 1) mar, 

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Will the Old Days < ome Again?.. DankS, 
Wiih A ngels tin . e A bin e.. ......O 

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Break, Break, Break .... A. H. Pease. 35 
Words by Tennyson. 

Br«ak, Breuk, Break, on thy cold gray atones, O sea I 

And I would that ray tongue could utter 
The thoughts that arise in me. 



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30 



Sunlight within my Heart, Guoschel. 

Nightfall o'er eiirlh and sky, 

The deep'ning shadows lie. 
Like slumber on the eye of weary day ; 

The sun's last kiss has press'd 
The clouds' soft snowy breast, 

Whose rosy blush bus faded into gray. 

The Fisherman's Daughter. Bagn all. 

I've been caught in a net by a dear little pet, 
And her eyes are as blue as the deep rolling sea ; 

She's a fisherman's daughter, she lives o'er the water, 
She's going to be married, next Sunday, to me. 

My Desire J. Wm. Pope. 

New soup; by the composer of " Come to 
my nest, Birdie," "Flow ye Tears," 
etc., with flue lithograph 40 

The Eye that Brightens when I Come. 
Written by H. B. Fabntb. 

Music by Dan. Godfrey. 30 

Arrangement for Violin 15 

One gentle voice breaks into song, 

Whenever 1 draw near; 
Oh, never yet was melody 
To human heart so dear ! 

Not nil the storms of earth can mar 

The mi' of my home, 

"Where smileth still the quiet eye 

That bright°ns when 1 come. 

You'll Sometimes Think of Me. 
Ballad Ciias. Coote, Jr. 30 

Pulling Hard Against the Stream. 
Written and sung by Harry Clifton. 30 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Do your best for one another. 

Making life apleasant dream. 
Help a worn and weary brother. 

Pulling hard against the streum. 

Live in my Heart and Pay No Rent. 
A characteristic Irish Song, written 

and composed by Samuel Lover. . . 30 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Kitty McGee. New Song and Chorus 
by the Popular American Song writer, 

Henry Tucker .... 35 

Arrangement for Violin 15 

O, fare you well darling, I leave you to-morrow, 
I'm going to take sail for the land of the free ; 
Our parting is Bad, but dear, dry up your sorrow, 
Oh ! why do you grieve me thus, Kitty McGee X 

Leaf by Leaf the Roses Fall 30 

Leaf by leaf the roses fall, 
Drop by drop the springs run dry ; 

One by one beyond recall, 
hummer flowers droop and die. 

Come Back to Erin Claribel. 35 

Arrangement for Violin 15 

Come back to Erin, Mavournecn, Mavourneen, 

Come back, Anion, to the land of thy birth; [neen, 

Come back wit h the ahamxook and spring time, Mavour- 
Aiid its killarnty r-hull ring with our mir th. 

Little Maggie May Blami-uin. 35 

Arrangement for Violin 15 

Beautiful Bone and Chorus by composer 
of "Cuckoo's Notes," "Nellie's Gone 
Forever," etc. 

Haunting Thought Reiciiardt. 40 

New Bong, by composer of "Thou art 

so Near and yet BO Par," with Ger- 
man and English words. 

Advice to Persons about to Marry. 

Comic Song by Harry Clifton 35 

Jersey Sam Gcs. Williams. 35 

With character likeness of the popular 
singer. 

My Latest Captivation Newcomb. 35 



Perichole's Letter Offenbach. 36 

"With French and English words. 

Spaniard and Captive Indian Maid. 
Beautiful duet from the Opera P6ri- 
chole. French and English words. . 35 

Perichole Valse 40 

Introducing the favorite melodies, "Peri- 
chole's Letter," "Three Cousins," 
" Merry Dames," etc. 

The Sleeping Queen Balfe. 

The Noontide Dream. 

Serenade for Guitar, 30c. Piano 85 

She sleeps ! tho' not n star 

Tells of the 'waning day, 
Upon her fair young face 

The happy sunheams play. 

Dream lady thou ait loved,— 

Dream that thy lover'3 nigh,— 
Dream that his hand's in thine, — 
Dream thou canst hear him sigh ! 
And ivhen thou wak'st, perchance beneath the starry 

gleam, 
Know by thy beating heart, sweet love, it was not all a 
dream ! 

Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein. 
With French and English words. 
Song of the Letters (Billets Doux).. . 50 

Sword of my Father (Sabre de Mon Pere v 40 

Say to Him(Dites Lui) 40 

Grande Duchesse Galop. 

Introducing " How I Love the Military," 
"Sword of my Father," and "My 

Grandfather's Goblet." 85 

Arrangement for Violin 15 

Grande Duchesse Valse Strauss. 40 

Introducing " Couplets des Lettres," 
" Complainte dc Fritz," " Dites Lui," 
"Say to Him," etc. 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Barbe-Bleue. Potpouri Ludke. 60 

Selection des Melodies Ludke. 35 

No. 1 containing " Chorus of Palanquin 
Bearers," "Why do they thus Gaze 
at Me," " Ran Plan Plan," "My First 
Wife is Dead," "Tis Blue Beard at 
the Ford." 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Selection des Melodies Ludke. 35 

No. 2 containing "Andante," "Allons 
Partons," "Waltz," "The Kiss," "Let 
Us, from the Vale Ascending." 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Blue Beard Galop Ludke. 40 

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"Auf DOT) D.vvos," Faust. 35 

Our Fritz— Galop Militaire. 

Introducing the National Melody "Ich 
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Reiter Galop, Op. 21 Zlkoff. 35 

Very brilliant. 
Jolly Brothers Galop. 

"Bkuder Lustig" Budik. 35 

Consortien Waltzes. 

Already very popular Strauss. 60 

"Wedding Festival Waltzes. 

" IIoCIIZEITSKLANGE" STRAUSS.- 40 

Harmony of the Spheres. 

" SpHARENKLANGE " — Waltzes. 

Strauss. 40 
Wine, Wile and Song Waltzes. 
" Wein, Weir usd Gesano." Stkauss. 40 

Dream of the Ball Godfrey. 40 

A new Waltz, by the composer of 

" Mabel," " Guards," " Hilda," etc. 
Arrangement fur Violin 15 

The Golden Secret — Waltz Siedle. 30 

Maud Waltz Guglielmo. 40 

Performed at all his concerts with un- 
bounded success, by the great cor- 
netist, J. Levy 

Les Roses Waltz Metka. 40 

Performed by Theodore Thomas' Or- 
chestra. 

Dovie Polka M. B. Beach. 30 

Of moderate difficulty. Becoming very 
popular. 

Arion Carnival March. 

The Military Festival C. Faust. 35 

Flying Bird. 

Characteristic piece by Jasiekski. 50 

Elegant composition. 



A collection of Gems for the Piano, easily 
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Silver Ripples Waltz. 
Wildfaug Galop. 
Meet Me in the Lane. 
Barney O'Hea Waltz. 
Paddy's the Boy. 
Constantina Brown. 
Up and Down Galop. 
Kiss Waltz. 
Guard's Waltz. 
Mabel Waltz. 
Hilda Waltz. 
Java March. 
Home, Sweet Home. 
Pretty Little Sarah. 
Golden Waves Waltz. 
Dandy Pat. 
Lovely as a Rose. 
Tassels on the Boots. 
Spanish March. 
Russian March. 
Buy a Broom Waltz. 
Champagne Charlie. 
Duchesse Galop. 
On the Beach— Galop 
Captain Jinks-Galop 



Not for Joe — Galop. 

Crown Diamonds 

Faust. 

Lucrezia Borgia. 

Norma. 

Martha. 

Trovatorc. 

Somuambula. 

Brnanl. [moor. 

Lucia di Lammcr- 

Fillc du Regiment. 

L'Africaine. 

Oh, Whisper. 

Mafllo Orsini. 

Bell goes Ringing for 

Sarah. 
Hand Waltz. 
Lcs Roses Waltz. 
Bine Beard. [Me. 
Why do they Gaze at 
My First Wife is 

Dead. 
Let's March Away. 
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All! Could I Teach the Nightingale, (S. & C.)... KELLER. 

An. I if once my Treasure, (C. & T.j KUCKEN. 

Autumn Song-, (S. & C.) MENDELSSOHN. 

Barcarolle, (T. & Bar.) KUCKEN. 

Gome hither, gently Rowing, (S.&B.) MURRAY. 

Come to Me [Oh]. (Gondola Duct. (S.&B.) KUCKEN. 

Deep within the Leafy Forest, (S.&C.) LIEBE. 

Drift my Bark, (T.&Bar.) KUCK3N. 

Easter Hymn, (S.&C.) ABT. 

Evening, (C. &T.) PINSUTI. 

Evening Song, (S.&C.) MENDELSSOHN. 

Faint Not, Fear Not, God is Near, IS. & C.) SMART. 

Fisher [The], (Two Tenors) KUCKEN. 

Flower-Bells in Spring, (S.&C.) KUCKEN. 

Flower's Prayer, (S.&C.) ABT. 

Fly away, Birdling, (S.&C.) ABT. 

.Frien dship. (Two Equal Voices) MARZIALS. 

Friendship, (M. S.&T) EHRENFECHTER. 

Good-bye ! Ye Flow'rets Fair, (S.&C.) ABT. 

Go, Pretty Rose, (Two Equal Voices) MARZIALS. 

Greeting, (S. &Bar.) MENDELSSOHN. 

Harvest Field [The], (S.&C) MENDELSSOHN 

He I Love Roams far Away, (S.&C.) MENDELSSOHN. 

Hard-Bells [The], (S. & C.) GU M BERT. 

Home! Guardian Mother, (T. & B ) ABT. 

How Sweet the Hunter's Song [Oh], (T. & B.)... KUCKEN. 

I would that my Love, (S.&C) MENDELSSOHN. 

I would that the Rose, (S.&C.) MENDELSSOHN. 

Kind Words, (S.&C.) PINSUTI. 

Land of the Swallows, (S.&C) MAS'NI. 

Like the Lark, (S.&C.) ABT. 

Noontide heat is long passed over, (Sousles Etniles.) 

(S.&T.)m£i A.G.THOMAS. 

Noontide heat is long passed over, (Sons les Etniles.) 

(M. 8. & Bar.) in C. A. G. THOMAS. 

Dreams of Gladness, (S.&T.) MOIR. 



Little Savoyards [The], (S.&C) LAGOANERE 35 

Lord is my Shepherd, (S. & C.) SMART. 50 

Lovely Smiles the Golden Morning, (S.&C) .. KELLER. 35 

May Bells and the Flowers, (S. &c.) MENDELSSOHN. 40 

Morning Wandering, (S.&C) GUMBERT. 35 

Now Eve upon the Hill, (C. &T.) ..SAINT SAENS. 50 

Over the Hills and F.ir Away, (S.&C) ..MENDELSSOHN. 35 

Pnrting Hour, (('. & T) BARNET. 50 

Passage Bird's Farewell, (Two Sopranos). ..MENDELSSOHN. 35 

Pleasures of Hone I The], (S & C.) MULLER. 50 

Return of Spring [The], (S.&C.) KUCKEN. 50 

Sabbath Morning [The], (S.&C.) MENDELSSOHN. 35 

See the Pale Moon, (C. &T) CAMPANA. 40 

Song from "Ruv Bias," (S.&T.) MENDELSSOHN. 50 

Speed my Bark, (T.&B) ..NEUKOMM. 50 

Spring Song, (S.&C.) GUMBERT. 35 

Summer Evening, (S.&C) ABT. 40 

Swallow, Happy Swallow [Oh], (S.&C.) KUCKEN. 35 

Swallow's Farewell |The], (S.&C.) KUCKEN. 60 

That we two were Maying [Oh], in F, (C. & B). SMITH. 50 
That we two were Maying [Oh], in Ab, (S. & T.j... .SMITH. 50 

Tho' from thee Severed, (C.&T.) KUCKEN. 50 

Thou art so Near, and yet so Far, (S. &C.)..REICHARDT. 65 

Trip, Trip, Trip, (C. & Bar.) MARZIALS. 40 

Two Nightingales, (Two Sopranos) HACKEL. 50 

Voyage [The], (T.&B.) MENDELSSOHN. 35 

Welcome thou Light of Heaven, (TwoS's.).CURSCHMAN. 40 
Wert thou in the Cauld Blast [Oh], (S.&B.) MENDELSSOHN. 35 

What makes the Spring, (S.&O.) ABT. 40 

With the Stream, (Two Sopranos) TOURS. 40 

Zulieka and Hassan, (S.&T.) MENDELSSOHN. 40 



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YOUR PRESENCE. ( Soprano or Tenor.) Charles F. Webber. Prise 43 ct3. 



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MADRIENISE. (Soprano or Tenor.) 

Words written and adaptsd by Marion Lee. Music by R. M. Stults. Price 60 cts. 
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WHERE THE GREEN LEAVES WHISPER LOW. ( Mezzo Soprano or Baritone.) 

Words by W. M. H. Music by Ed. St. Quentm. Price 50cts^ 




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, A lit -tleniaid, a sol-dier tall, Their vows oftruelovo tell: 




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UNAWARES. ( Mezzo Soprano or Tenor.) Words Anon. Composed by Dr. C. S. Putnam. Price 35 cts. 
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THE MINSTER SONG. (Soprano or Tenor.) „„.,', ,, • v /- „.„„ -d w 01 Ht, Price 40ots 

Words by F. E. Weatherly. Music by George B. Nevm. .price iu oxs. 



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Song, with Piano Aceompaniment, . . . J*. „...,_._.■ 

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Song, with Guitar Accompaniment, ... a*. __.,..— 

_ , . . _. ,-. qi Brass Band. Arranged by Downing. 

Waltz, arranged for Piano or Organ, ■ <»*• „, 
Orchestra. For 10 instruments (in Medley Quadrille). Schacht. . . 7*. 



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NEW YORK: 

Published by C. M. C-A.D Y, 107 Duane St. 



Copyright. 1876, bj t- M, CaDT. 



C. M. CADY'S MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS. 



NEW SHEET-MUSIC* 

VOCAL. 

I Friendless. A descriptive piece of sheet-music, with 
Solos for Soprano and Tenor, and Quartet for mixed voices, 
Words by O. A. Curtis ; Music by T. Martin Townc. 

Effective concert piece 40 

The Mystic Veil* Song and Cho. Illustrated. Henry 

C. Work 35 

An inspired melody, though very easy and flowing. In 
some quarters the song has been criticised as favoring spirit- 
ualism, and the following lines are specially quoted as sus- 
taining that view: 

"Come one step nearer, one shade clearer I 
Breathe one word before we part." 
But I see nothing in all this but a longing, common to every 
one, for communion with the loved and lost. 

Sweet Echo Dell. Song and Cho. Illustrated. Henry 

C. Work .----.-■-. 35 

This is based upon the following incident: 
Three sons of a New England widow had long toiled in the Land 
of Gold, when this message reached them: "Come and see your 
mother before she dies!" They started immediately, but while 
crossing the Sierra Nevada, the youngest became ill, and In a few 
hours breathed his last. He was buried in a lovely spot, near the 
summit. The mother lived long enough to greet her surviving 
sons; but her mind wandered, aud she never fully realized that 
Willie had gone before. 

Skilfully handled in both words and music. Full of beau- 
tiful effects and homely pathos. 

Grandfather's Clock. Song and Cho. Illustrated. 
Henry C. Work 

horse Shay." It reaches the heart, however, with much 
more power, and is already too popular to require descrip- 
tion, for if you haven't it already you soon will have it, and 
then you will know all about it. 

The Same, with lithographic likeness of Mr. Sam. 
Lucas 40 

The Same, arranged for Guitar by W. L. Hayden. . . 35 

Sankey's "Ninety and Nine." With splendid 

Portraits of both Messrs. Moody and Sankcy 35 

The portraits alone are worth the price. 

Little Golden Hair. Song and Cho. Mr. and Mrs. 
R. W, Wright 25 

^ "We've a little, bright-eyed birdie in our house. 
Golden-haired, aud just as cunning as a mouse™ 

Easy, bright, and beautiful. Alt who love children ex- 
claim, Too sweet lor anything !" 

We Shall Never Forget. Song and Cho. T. V. 

Briggs 2 c 

A tearful but inspiring tribute toour " Brave Boys in Blue' 

who marched away, and when their battles all were o'er 

" came no more." There is no bitterness in this, nothing to 

which any one can object. 

The Sanie^ in vocal parts only. For use as a "Decora- 
tion Hymn" ($5 a 100) 10 

This is one of the most telling, effective decoration hymns, 

in both words and music, that lias ever been written. You 

will want it the 30th of May. 

We'll Meet In Heaven at Last. Song and Cho. 

Win. H. Walter, Mus. Doc 25 

Beautiful words wedded to simple music, which, when 
once heard, haunts you. While a charming song for all 
home and social gatherings, it was first written as a parting 
song for school graduates, and is specially adapted to all such 
occasions. 
Nightingale, Sing Me to Rest. Song and Cho. 

Julian O. Schultz 25 

Easy and natural, yet artistic. The melody will live. 

The warbling of the nightingale, skilfully represented in 

the accompaniment, adds much to its effect. 

Oh, Keep My Image Near to Thee. Song and 

Cho. Words by Samuel N. Mitchell. Music by H. P. 

Banks * 3Q 

• ' kkjJi)" ll| e Nightingale song, requires a cultured rendi- 
tion. I he melody and the harmony in the chorus demand 
true, smooth voices. It cannot be well sung by everybody, 
and yet it is not difficult. But in words and music it is a 
beautiful song, well worthy of the author of " Silver Threads 
an»ne the Gold." No extract can do it justice. It must be 
studied as a whole to be appreciated. Good in parlor or 
concert. 

There's a «ood Time. Song and Cho. Words by E. 

R.LMU. Mu„c by R. H. Mahalfey a, 

<;„„ 1a * ""f "J h °P<: »»<i R.°°d cheer that everybody can 
s ngand everybody ought to <ing, for, with all its simplicity, 
Loni l SC ".'""t "^P"; 1 "™; Unfair a, ,t is to judge of the 
\Zht y A J ? ™ S lloM> I ^ rc 8'" >' '" mhuature. Get 
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Vespers of Home. Song, or Duet and Cho. D. 

Hayden Lloyde 35 

This is a beautifully drawn picture of children "white- 
robed" for their rest, saying their evening prayer, " Now I 
lay me down to sleep." Here is a part of the third stanza : 



One from out her fold Is sleeping deep beneath the winter's snow : 
' lake our souls,' and past the casement flits a gleani of crystal 

Like the trailing of Ilia garments, trailing evermore in white." 

Sitting on the Style. Comic Song. Witnessed, 

written, and composed by A. F. Hater 25 

This, in a style of broad humor, describes how a satirical 

Newfoundland dog made a fashionable lady dissatisfied with 

the long train of her dress. Those who enjoy a good, hearty 

laugh will get this. 

Communion Service for the Episcopal Church, by 
Wra. H. Waller, Mus. Doc, organist of St. Ignatius Church, 

New York - z qq 

Interesting to all cultivated choirs, but especially so to such 
as desire a fresh communion service that will grow better and 
better with use. If any farther endorsement of its sterling 
excellence be needed, it is afforded in the fact that it 13 
adopted -and sung in the choral service of Trinity Church, 
New York. 

The two following remarkable songs, words and music bv 
Henry C. Work : 




This, in both words and music, is one of the most pathetic 
and powerful pictures ever drawn. 

" Saturday night ! Saturday night ! 
The last hope that lingered has taken Its flight. 
From morning till evening, the weary week through. 
In vain has he battled for something to do. 
Poor man ! empty-handed how can lie return 
To those whose fate hangs on the pence he may earn ? 
llnw can lie reply to his questioner sweet : 
' Did papa bring papa's dirl somefln' to eat ? * 
Chorus. " Out of employ ! out of employ ! 

Distress in the cottage when- once there was ]ny. 
How frightful the shadows that fall on the floor. 
When want and starvation appear at the door [" 

The genius of Mr. Work is nowhere more apparent than in 
this song. The music is easy, natural, and very expressive, 
but one of the strongest features of the song is the skill with 
which he heightens the picture by bringing into each verse 
the innocent prattle of the starving child : 

"If ma dozo to heaven, den I must do, too; 
But, pa, I'll frow down bread and butter for you." 

And in the last verse ; 

" Dess Doil fordlte ub when He bakes daily bread !" 

But the thrilling power of this song Is, after all, largely due 
to the fact that it is so terribly true. How many in the last 
few years have been driven by these " shadows on the floor" 
to the poor-house, the insane asylum, and the grave ! If any 
wonder how such things can be in this land of plenty, they 
find an answer in Mr. Work's other new and convulsively 
comic Irish song, " Mac O'Macorkity." 




Doon't faiteli me sthale bread ; till me baskits and kittles 
With soonithim: what's aitable— soonithl'ig what's noice. 

One of our boorders is just about lavin' ; 
Of roast baft and slch luike he can't git his fill. 

But fruit-cake is what me poor mltlier is ernvln'. 
And Ibere'a our great fat tin' pig aquaUIn' lor swill." 

There are touches of delicate humor in this song worthy of 
Tom Hood, as, for example, where the hcggar-girl, in order to 
prove hers an "ould Oinsh family," avers, 

" Along t he holglrway Ibrnlnat Castle Kiiiamey 
We rode lu our donkey -vans ages ago." 



But the broadest Hogarthian stroke of all is the way he ends 
each verse with 

" There's our great fat tin' pig sqiKillln' for swill." 
I he music here is as excruciatingly funny as the words. 

Marna May. Song and Cho. Words by Ella D. Cheek. 

Music by R. B. Mahaffey a5 

This is very beautiful 111 words and music, and has such a 
freshness about it that I am confident it will become very 
popular. ' 



Sort-ly in the val-ley there Dulsies pale and lilies fair. 
Bloom above your sunny hair. Angel Mama May. 
And you softly, sweetly sleep, While the stars their vigils keep 
And 1 lonely sit and weep For my Marna 51 ay. 

Cho— Angel Mama, Mania May, Guard me lest I go astray' 
Angels, leave the gates ajar ; I'll meet thee, Marna May." 
The music is flowing and natural, and so full of real inspira- 
tion that, when once heard, it cannot be forgotten. Mr. Ma- 
haffey is young, and likely to become famous as a composer. 
Let Me Dream Again. Song. Sullivan 2S 

This very popular and beautiful song is here arranged for 
voices of medium range, with choice notes for high voices. 
Just as complete and even more desirable than some of the 
<;o c. editions of other publishers. This song will be found in 
Parlor Gems. 



INSTRUMENTAL. 

For the aid of teachers and others, the pieces under this 
head have the key indicated by letters and the grade of diffi- 
culty (in a scale from t to 7) by figures. 

Tripping Waltz. C, 2. J. W. Shryock 25 

1876 Schottlsche. C, 2. " a5 

Two easy and charming piece*;, both for the parlor and for 
teaching purposes. Mr. Shryock displays great talent in this 
style of composition. The waltz is adapted to organ or 
piano. 

Flim-Flam Waltzes. G, 3. Chas. Hambitzer.. 35 

Brilliant, showy, and popular in style. 
Tender Memories. F, 3. Wm. R. Chapman ... 35 
Piano or organ. Written for and performed by the author 
at the obsequies of his intimate friend, the late Air. R. W. 
Steves, of New York. Artistic, full of pathos and tender 
beauty. 

March of the Century. C, 4. Wm. R. Chap- 
man 50 

Written for and played with great Mat by the author's 
pupils in the late commencements and public-school exer- 
cises of New York City. Grand and effective, the baritone 
solo for the right hand being specially melodious. 
Love Echoes. Idylle for Piano, G, 4. Wm. R. Chap- 
man 50 

This represents the Alpine shepherd-girl sending back 
"love echoes" to the shepherd-boys pipe. Full of melody 
and sweetness. 

Caprice de Concert. D minor, 6. Wm. R. Chap- 
man 40 

A brilliant concert piece and octave study. Mr. Chapman 
19 young, cultured, talented, and very promising as a com- 
poser. 

The following ins t rumen talpieces by Alberto Himan are so 
beautiful, effective, and, in different ways, attractive, that they 
merit special attention, and will, I am sure, become very pop- 
ular. A little more than ten years ago, a boy fourteen years 
old, under the nam de plume of "Jules Egghard," wrote 
'* La Blondine" and other things, that were published in Eu- 
rope, reprinted in this country, and became popular through- 
out the civilized world. Having played the pjano in concerts 
nearly round the world, he now settles down in New York to 
make for himself a reputation as a composer under his real 
name, Alberto Himan. These are some of his first effusions 
under this name. They gre all carefully fingered. 



SOUVENIR, D£ NIHIL 




This has a sustained, ringing melody throughout, with a 
beautiful rippling accompaniment. Sure to please performers 
and listeners. Grade 4. 
II iman's Grand March. 1 ■. 3 4° 

Those who visited the Centennial last year will perhaps 
recognize this as there played by Gilmore's famous orchestra. 
Brilliant, and in the popular style. 
Sophie's Birthday Waltz. G, 2 30 

A lovely little waltz for beginners, and pleasing to every- 
body. 
Everybody's Favorite Mazurka. 4 30 

Brilliant and charming. 
Merry Maskers. G and D, 3 25 

This gives two pieces to be played at the same time by one 
performer — one piece by the right hand the other by the left. 
1, "Fisher's Hornpipe" and Yankee Doodle;" 2, " Der 
Freischuetz Waltz" and " Buy a Broom." The effect is very 
comical. The feat seems impossible to the listener, but is 
really not difficult, and is very useful to the performer in se- 
curing independence of hands. Interesting to everybody. 

*-. _.. Farewell. D, 3. M. Brownold. I 
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These are both artistic and beautiful. 

All the above pieces may be played upon either organ or 



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Copyright, 1876, by C. SI. CADT. 



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LITEST SHEET MUSIC— Vocal.— THH PIKE-BELLS ARE RINGING. Th? latest now son" nnd chorus by Henry C. Work, with splendid portrait or the author. With fire lo 
BOC impaDimeat, it i* LttOBlatiblO. WE SHOULD LOVE EACH OTHER .MORE. Song ami Duct, or Sour. Duet anil Chorus. Words by E. R. Latta. Music- by R. B. Mahaffcy. Splendid li 
Lh fn potior anil concert Prioe JW cents. NANCY LEE. Words by P. E. WeaLherby. ntusia by Stephen Adams. An exceedingly popular sailor's song. E tint. Price 25 cents. 



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STANDARD SHEET-MUSIC. 

INSTRUMENTAL, 

Tr.'umii rel Schumann « 

Anvil Chorus, II Trovatore Verdi 30 

(The Happy Farmer Schumann) M 

March " 5 

(L'Esearpolette. tSwlneSong) Fontaine? 

(Ecoaaalsoii, Opua 18, No. 2 Schubert j ** 

Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz Strauss w 

PetltB Taran telle Heller ao 

Mazp'ba. Onus 6, No. 1 Chopin 25 

(Spring Sods Heller) 

en. Opus 33, No. 1 

11 Baclo Walt?. 

La Brunette Valse 

Don Juan (La cl ilarem, etc.). Ketterer 

(Genu from Schubert, . 



^Little Hunting Song.., 

/Curious Story 

Thunder ami Lightning Polka. . 



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Egghord fl 

Mozart 3; 

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LaFilicde Madame Angot, Cramer ..Lecocq 6a 

Faust (Old Men's Chorus and March). Arranged by 

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Fairy Polka Splndler 20 

Melody Rubinstein 25 

Jolly Brother*' Galop Budik 25 

Warblings at Eve. 4 Hands Richards 40 

Wedding March Mendelssohn 40 

La Belle Helena, Arranged by Godfrey Offenbach 40 

Fra Diavolo. Arranged by Krug Auber 30 

jSouate Facile Beethoven 30 

VOCAL. 

Esmeralda. Gypsy Song Levy 30 

Looking Back. Sunn Sullivan 20 

The Danube River. Ballad Aide 20 

Good Night. Farewell Song Kucken 2^ 

The Mandolin. Serenade Connolly 30 

(Little Bo-Pcci 



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Uo-Peep. 

(The Kin^ of France, 

f Jack ami Jill, 

1 Three Children sliding, 
Cloclictte. Ballad, > , f „ 

(,LadyWIni1 Nursory Song, ( Molloy 20 

You and I. Song ....Claribcl 20 

jThe Sturm. Descriptive Song nullah) 

(Softly now the Light of Day. Quartet Weber J 35 

The Jewish Maiden. Song Kucken 20 

You Never Miss! be Water. Song Howard 20 

The Ivy Green. Song Russell 20 

The Brook. Song. Dolores 25 

Spring. Oentle Spring. Song and Duet Riviere 20 

Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep. Song Knight 30 

Bethlehem Shepherds' Nativity Hymn Gounod 20 

Terzetto. Lift thine Eyes. Eli|ah Mendelssohn 20 

O Real in the Lord. Solo. Elijah Mendelssohn 2; 



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book cost S3 before the war. " Parlor Gems" has reached a 
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almost every village, and which are alone worth twice the 
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"NOTHING SUCCEEDS I.IKE SUCCESS, »• especially 
if it be deserved. 

" Grandfather's Clock," by Henry C. Work, is now the best 
s-lhng song in America. This popularity adds interest to Efe.ll 
Mi Work's late songs, and above all, to his last one, "The 
Fire Hells are Ringing." which bears a splendid portrait uf 
him. This song h.is tlie musical strength of his "Marching 
Through Georgia," with vastly more dramatic pathos. 

G-randfather's Clock Waltz. A. Himan So 35 

Grandfather's Clock Caprice— Piano. A.Himau. 40 
Grandfather's Clock Trans.— Piano. F. Brandeis, 6a 
Grandfather's Clock March— Band. Downing. 75 
MUSIC TEACHERS should have the Baxter Text-Hooks, 
illustrating the "New School of Music," and the following 
admirable and carefully-fingered teaching pieces: "Tripping 
Walt;," "1876 Schottischc," "Merry Maskers," and "Two 
Gems," each 25c: "Sophie's Birthday Walrz." and " Sea- 
View SchotUSChe." each 30c; and for more advanced pupils, 
"Souvenir de Nina," "Himan's Grand March," each 40c: 
" Love Kchos," "March of the Century," each 50c; and " La 
arise," by Gottschaik, $1.00. 

Meet Me at Twilight. A charming love song. Words 
and music by Mrs. C. H- Karksi'nlc, of Mississippi, jo cents. 
The Fisher and His Boy A powerful, descriptive 
song. Words and music by Charles H. Gabriel. 40 cents. 

Mother is Failing Since Father Died. A touch- 
ing song and chorus. Words by Willis Woodward ; music 
byiFernando do Anguera. 30 cents. 

'Twas But a Dream. Words and music by Harry 
Percy. A beautiful love song and chorus. 30 cents. 

The two next are the latest and most popular of English 
comtc songs, both by John Read. Whoa ! Emma 30c. ; 
Johnny Morgan, 25c; while Mac O'Macorkity(Irish), 
by Henry C. Work, 35c, and Sitting on the Style, a song 
of Fashion Hater, 25c, are the most attractive in my repertoire 
of fun. 

Xlie Welrouiv Hour is evidently to be for a long time the 
(favorite singing book for schools, conventions and dinirs, 1. 01: ui.e acknow- 
ledged, wlicrcver used, to oe the be^t book ui ic ku.d. Send 75 cents 
foi a sample. 

1'ui'lot 1 Oi'tni is the most successful bnolc of Instrumental nnd 
Voc d M nic for Parlor us: ever published. Its last edition (the eleventh 
thousnnd) contains "Nancy Lee," " Let Me Dream Again," and many 
other new and good things. Send *^ fir a sample coj.y. Canvassers 

everywhere wanted for it. and ALL IN THE HII-LD ARE UOtNG WELL I 
PrueliHlM Jewels are going like a pr.iiriu fire, a> I with ir.od 

re.i- .n Ir i- *]it FKHSHEST and litS I. as well as CHEAPEST S. S. 

singing book in the field. Think of such a book as this, substantially 

bound) n board, .it 4 15 a hundred ! 
'• btr.itt<.n \ n.liiis" and " Cady Pianos" are also great successes. If 
■' * information euoiiRh on this sheet, write me. Alllhebooks 



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PRICE-LIST OF SMALL MUSIC- 
AL INSTRUMENTS* 

STRA.TTON VIOLINS. 

To have a goo 1 tone and improve rapidly with use, a violin 
must be scientifically made. The best that can be done is to 
imitate the old Cremonas that vary in thickness with almost 
every square inch. To do this perfectly by hand requires 
great skill and labor, which make such a violin cost from $200 
to $500. After years of experiment and the expenditure of a 
fortune, Mr. John F. Stratton, an inventive Yankee, suc- 
ceeded about a year ago in perfecting machinery that turns 
out tops and backs of violins perfectly graduated to the model 
and varying thickness of the old Cremonas, almost as fast as 
a planing-mill dresses pine flooring. His factory is located at 
Leipsic, Germany, where choice materials and skilled labor 
are cheap, and he stays there to superintend it himself, while 
his partner, Mr. Chas. H. Parsons, manages the large business 
of John F. Stratton & Co. in New York. From their large 
stock here I have for some months been selecting these im- 
proved violins, and sending to all parts of the country on the 
following plan, with a success indicating that Mr. Stratton 
will soon have to supply the world, for I do not see how any- 
body else can furnish half so good an instrument for the mon- 
ey. It is working a complete revolution in the violin business. 
I select by tone, materials, trimmings, and finish, three 
grades, of the Stradivarius model, as best suited to the wants 
of the American people, as follows : 

No. 1.— Violin for the Million, with com- 
plete outfit— bow, wooden case, 
rosin, and extra Clarabella 
strings $5.00 

No. 2.— Violin for Amateurs, with com- 
plete outfit— bow, wooden case, 
rosin, and extra Clarabella 
strings 10.00 

No. 3.— Violin for Artists, with complete 
outfit— bow, wooden case, rosin, 
and extra Clarabella strings, 
f $16.00 to 25.00 



So confident am I of tlio rapid Improve- 
ment of these STRATTON VIOLINS, (hat 
if any one who piirclianes one of my nclec- 
tion, and uses U steadily at concert pitch 
for one year, is willing to sell It, I WILL 
T1IIEN PAY HIITI TUN PER CENT MORE 
THAN IT COST HIM; or, If tho purchaser 
prefers Bits own Judgment to mine, backed 
by the foregoing; offer, H will scud a violin 
to him by express, C. O. D., with Instruc- 
tions to the express agent to hold the money 
six days, and if in tltls time the purchaser 
brings bach: the violin dissatisfied, he Is to 
return tho money to the purchaser and tho 
violin to mc at my expense 

The New York Musical Monitor quotes this as a "start- 
ling proposition," and says : "Mr. Cady was for many years 
managing partner of the great firm of Root & Cady, Chicago, 
and is well known not only as a large publisher and dealer, 
but as an expekt in selecting violins. . . . No man 
could afford to make such an offer as the above unless he tho- 
roughly understood whai htwas talking about.'" If you 
want a violin with a smooth, "'old" tone, such as could not be 
bought before the war for three or four times the money, try 
one of the above. The $5-violin is far superior in tone to any- 
thing ever before offered for the money, but, of course, the 
higher you can afford to go the better you will be pleased. 

Clarabella Strings,— The best gut string that it is 
possible to make. For Kuropean reputation, sec London Mu~ 
sical Times. I am sole agent for these strings in America. 
Single string, post-paid, to any address, on receipt of 25 cents; 
complete set for violin, 00 cents; ditto for guitar, £1.25 ; 5 
strings, $1, iz for $2, "rough" or " polished" as preferred. 
If you do not find " Clarabella strings at your nearest music- 
store, send to me. 

Guitars. 

1. — Good rosewood, patent head, in pasteboard case $10.00 

2. — Solid rosewood American Model Concert Guitar, 
full, rich tone, wooden case and extra Clarabella 
strings 29.00 

Flutes. 

r. — Cocoa, 4 German Silver Keys. .... $5.00 

2.— Cocoa, 6 " " " 8.00 

3, — Boxwood, 3 German Silver Keys 12.00 

4. — Cocoa, 3 " " " 15.00 

All the above are full-toned, easy-blowing D flutes, skele- 
ton keys, patent lined, slide for tuning, G. S. ferrules, etc., in 
fine paper box. 

German Accordeons. 

1. — 10 Keys, single reeds $2.00 

a. — 10 " double reeds . 4.00 

3. — 10 " " " a rows of trumpets, 2 box basses 

with trumpets, German-silver corners 7.00 

Banjos. 

1. — Screw, sheep-head $3-°o 

2. — Rosewood, calf-head, brass screws, brass hoop 8.00 

Maelzel Metronomes. 

1. — Mahogany $6.00 

2, — Rosewood, best 7.50 

3. — ** " with bell 9.00 

Handsome Spring-back Folio, or Binder, for sheet- 
music 1.35 

Roll, holds 1 to 50 pieces of sheet-music 1.00 

Philharmonic A or C Tuning-fork 30 

Bear in mind that all the above prices are special, for cash 
only, often below regular wholesale rates, and secure what is 
good and durable — ''soomthing what's noice." If I quoted 
the cheapest, I could furnish guitars at $3, and violins, flutes, 
accordeons, and banjos at less than $1, but I do not touch 
such cheap things. I have no time to answer questions of 
mere curiosity. If you have the money, mean to buy, and 
need information, write me. With cash in hand in this great 
musical emporium, my experience and facilities for buying 
enable me to furnish anything musical, up to a $10,000 church 
organ, cheaper than you are likely to get it elsewhere. Money 
should accompany all orders, but over $5 in value may go 
C.O.D,, if you prefer to pay the extra expense. It has baen 
the rule of my life to sincerely study the interest of my cus- 
tomer, and I offer my record and experience of twenty-five 
years in studying and supplying the musical wants of the 
American people, as the best guarantee that you will get, 
through me, the most possible for your money. 

ty To Correspondents.— Write as briefly and plainly as 
possible what you want, inclosing money therefor. Life is 
too short to be spent over little charges, statements, and re- 
ceipts. If you do not know how much money to send, be sure 
to send enough. It will be a gain to you and to me in the end, 
for, if anything can be saved from the amount after filling 
your order, I shall return it to you at once. Write plainly 
your address (town, county, and State), and do not forget to 
sign your name legibly. 

C. M. CADY. 

107 Di/ane Street, Naw York. 



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I brilliant and cWptivVtn ltf THhUS ^ K-Ver l "*' ,r " , " ,hlUh ~ ! v " """' 

IVioa 4U Ottltt. WaAvVlaW dCUOTIUCJik 



it. Price 31.00. This wms written by Gottschaik just before he left New York for the laat timf, 
&*mier. Never baton published. No doubt about it* 'authenticity. Like dome of the beat of this great composer's other pianoforte compositions. It w 
FBOAI WAGNE1VS " PLYING DUTCHMAN" Including the oelebrated •• Spinning Song." Arranged for Piano by Alberto Himan. Various keys. 6. 
i'or cabiusL-oXo'au or puuio. Exceedingly yjpiUax aaid Liking in style. E uat, 2. H. J. Heald. Price 35 cent*. 



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Words by Wm. H. Gardner. Music by Harry J. Ballou. Price 40 cents. 



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1867. 



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A Fair Form at the Gateway n. Tucker. $0 30 

Beware, (Quartette) K. Merz. 50 

Bells in Distant Lands H. Tucker. 30 

Beautiful Form of my Dreams (Lith.: H. P. Sanies. 50 

He Kind to every Creature Mrs. Parkhurst. 30 

lie Merciful to the South W. Ketchum. 20 

Brook Dolores. 30 

Bonnie Brown Cottage (Lith.) W. C. Bilker. 40 

Come to my Spirit, Sweet Angel of Love W. C. Baker. 35 

Come, Holy Spirit G. W. Warren. 40 

Consider the Lilies. Topliff. 40 

Charming Young Widow I met in the Train IK II. Core. 30 

Darling Jeannic ." Blamphin. 30 

Do not Heed her Warning (Reply to Gipsey's Warning) H. Tucker. 30 

Don't Marry a Man if he Drinks Mrs. Parkhurst. 35 

Evangeline Blocltley. 30 

Evening Boat Song Mrs. Parkhurst. 30 

Frccdman's Lament W. B. Ladil. 30 

Happy New Year to Thee A. II. Graley. 30 

Happy Golden Days & J. Vail. 30 

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In Memoriam (A. Lincoln) Ludd. 30 

Jenny, who Lives in the Dell J. R. Thomas. 35 

Looking Forward Mrs. Parkhurst. 30 

Let us be True to Each Other W. C. Baker. 35 

Loved Ones at Home II. P. Banks. 35 

Maggie's Secret Claribcl. 30 

My Blue-eyed Jennie Bell Holder. 30 

My Bonny Boat, Queen of the Sea VS. B. Ladd. 30 

My Life is like the Summer Rose W. F. Midler. CO 

Mabel Godfrey. 50 

Marie gave this Lock to me Russell. 35 

My Home on the Hill (Lith.) W.C.Baker. 40 

Meet me in the Lane Blamphin. 35 

Nearest and Dearest (Lith.) J. P. Thomas. 50 

Oh 1 you must ho a Lover of the Lord Mrs. Parkhurst. 30 

O would 1 were a Bird Blamphin. 35 

Polly Perkins Clifton. 20 

Hock of Ages Johnston. D5 

Sleep, my Dear One II. p. Bonis. 30 

Told in the Twilight A. A. Gralcy. CO 



The Life Boat Claribcl. $0 40 

Te Dcum Laudamus A. Cull. 35 

Waiting for the Loved One H. Tucker. 30 

We have Met in the Fatherland J. Iloyt. 30 

Why was I Looking out ? Blumenthal. 35 

Waiting at the Door (Lith ) W.C. Baker. 40 

Where have the Beautiful gone? (Ducttino.) J.C.Clark. 35 

Why dost thou Linger yet 1 A. Cull. 50 

What does the Little Birdie say ? Balfe. 35 

WALTZES. 

Guards B. Godfrey. 50 

nilda " 50 

Mabel " ' 70 

May A. Mellon. 05 

Pluii do Porlcs Osborne. 50 

P.OND03, DAInCES, MARCHES, &c. 

The Patter of the Rain.. Mrs Parkhurst. 30 

The Lost One E. Kanski. 30 

A Home on the Mountains T. Moelling. 50 

I will be True to Thee " 50 

Non ha Gioga in tal Moraento. ... W. F. Mitllcr. 60 

Sympathie Badcrzricsku. 30 

La Kerruessc A. Croisez. 30 

Chanson des Angcs Willie Pope. 1 00 

Echoes from Ireland (15 

1 antasia on Old English and Welsh Airs 1 25 

Maiden's Prayer T. Baderzeicska. 30 

La Chatelaine Ic Due. 40 

La Fountains F. C. Unger. 30 

Sunlight. (Polka ) Mrs. Parkhurst. 40 

Black Crook. (Polka.) .A. Cull. 30 

Juvenile Party. (Galop.) J. Be Jusienski. 35 

Wildfang. (Galop.) C.Faust. 30 

Banjo. (Galop.) Mrs Parkhurst. 30 

General Scott's Funeral. (March.) 30 

Agawam Quick Step D. U. 77. 15 

Grand Russian March 15 

Something Pretty. (Mazurka.) Mrs. Parkhurst. 30 

Fleur D'Hiver. (Mazurka.) W. F. Mtilln: 4 I 

Minnie Warren. (Schottisch) T. C. Clarke. 2U 



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CONTAINING SOME OF THE MOST POrCLAR AIES OF THE DAY : 

Don't Mari'n a Man if he Drinks. 

(A warning to Columbia's fair daughters.) 

I'll Marry no Man if he Drinks. 

Dear Father, Drink no More. 

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1. Do thoy Think of Me at Home W. T. Wrighton. 3 

2. Home where Changes never Come C. W. Glover. 3 

3. Think ere you Speak N. J. Sporle. 3} 

4. They tell me I shall Love again S. Glover. 3\ 

5. Minstrel of the Tyrol Henry Russell 3 

6. I cannot Mind my Wheel, Mother George Unlet/. 3} 

7. Come to this Heart so Lonely Sarti. 3 

8. I Remember how my Childhood Krt. E. Fitzgerald. 3 

9. Where are the Friends of my Youth George Barker. 3j 

10. O.Sing to Me G. A. Osborne. 3J 

11. Still in my Dreams Thou art Near Foley Ball. 3 

12. Mountain Maid Thomas Sinclair. 3 

13. My Normandy 3J 

14. Sunny Hours of Childhood Bairroway. 3 

15. My Mountain Home G. A. Ilodson. 3 

18. Maid of Judah Stoma*. 3 

17. There's no Home like my own Madame Matibran, 3 

18. Fairy Bells Bon. Mrs. Norton. 3j 

10. Watcher Br- Wm. Lardiner. 3 

20. Stars of the Summer Night Benrg Kleber. 3 

21. Forget me not Bon. Mrs. Norton. 3 

22. Oh, Cast that Shadow from thy Brow.... 3 

23. What's aTear? M - W. Balfe 3 

24. Thou hast Left me to my Sorrow Austin Phillips. 3 

25. I'm Leaving Thee in Sorrow, Annie George Barker. 31 



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I 26. Fanny, dearest Fanny F. N. Crouch. 3} 

27. Fanny Grey Hon. Mrs. Norton. 3 

28. O, would I were a Boy again Frank Romer. 3J 

29. When I knew You, long ago Stephen Glover. 3 

30. Juanita ■ Hon. Mrs. Norton. 3 

31. I have Come from a Happy Land R. A. Smith. 34 

32. Star of my Soul B. S. Barclay. 3 

33. Her Bright Smile Haunts me still W. T. Wrighton. 3J 

34. Sweetly o'er my Senses Stealing Zingarella. 4 

35. Household Words John Blockley. 3! 

36. No More Georgia. 3 

37. Sunny Dreams of Childhood Harroway. 3 

38. Chalet Horn Stephen Glover. 3\ 

39. Does he Love me? F. Katzenbach. 3 

40. I am Returning to Thee, Annie George Barker. 3 

41. Gipsey's Wild Chant Alexander Lee. 3 

42. Voices from the Spirit-Land Valentine Dister. 3J 

43. Ye Golden Stars Hmkomn. 3 

44. Meet me at the Twilight Hour J. Trigg. 3 

45. Arab Steed G. A. Hodson. 3 

46. Oh, Take me to thy Heart again M. W. Balfe. 3 

47. Buy a Broom- Mudnme Vestria. 3 

48. To Linger near Thee ; Air, last Waltz or Weber 3 

49. A Place ia t!:y Memory, Dearest Miss Smith. 3 

50. By the M^r^in of F.'ir Zurich a Waters. Alexander Lee. 3 



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VOCAL. 

We have met, loved, tnd piirlfd. 
Song and eborus. (East a ok w) 35 

One of the beat songs Id print, end 
destined to become Immensely popular. 
The melodj li pleasing, and Id ihe pop* 
ulu style, — one which, after hearing. 
we fled ourselves unconsciously 
" baminlng. " 
"We bare met, we hare lored, we have 
parted, 

As others have done oft before. 
And I erer will prove as true-hearted 

As when we were pledged in the Tore. 
Jots of the world cannot sever 

The lints that have bouod tbee to Dt 
And the smiles of another oao never 

Evanish my dreaming of thee." 
Same, for aitar. ...... 30 

Lady Bloc's Devil. T. IL Bioiwir. 30 

Lively eomleeong. 

Only thle I ask of Thee. Gone 

end chorus. (E**i hdrsi 35 

A speeial favorite ; charming melody. 
" Life bai broaght as many change*. 

Many more may bring us still ; 
Bnt tb* fortune that estrange*. 

Life, and more than life, mast kill. 
For hi Spirits thus anfted, 

As the incense with the air. 
Tho' the bnda of hope be blighted, 

Love'* sweet flowers shall blossom 
there." 

Golden Moments, ffi tl. Nxtil. 35 

Beautiful. 
The Little Homeless Onei 

or, "No One to Kiss me 

CJood- Might." Song and chorus. 
(EASTBrJKH) 35 

A song that appeals directly to the 
heart, the music b. ing au&urpaaied by 
that of any song of the same character. 
"This earth Is a kingdom of glory 

When bosoms are warming with love. 
And giving to poor little children 

Is lending the Father above. 
Then pity, uh, pity the homeless. 

Who sigh for a friund that is true: 
The bread tbat Is cast on the water. 

May someday return uulo you." 

Vanished Dreams. Eaalborn...., 30 
Very pretty ballad. 

Meet an* with a kiss. Song and 

chorus. (Eabtborjc) 35 

A pleasing song, of whose merry 
strains we never lire. 

"Then meet me with * kiss, 

When I come home to-night ; 
Let ma And my darling waiting at the 
door ; 

Oh, let mo read a blis* 
In thine eyes Uudng light, 

Let tue l™l the same devotion as of yoro." 

Thine Alone. Song and scorns. 

(E. Mack) 30 

Aboondlng with sweetness. 

Sweetly Sleep. Solo or duett and 
chorus. (D. H Worth *.«} 30 

Suitable for aereundes ; pretty melody, 
neatly harmoutred. 
" Bwttetlj sleep, itfri'iiy sleep, 

Happy be thy dieums ; 
Afigsla hover near thy cottage, 
Happy be thy dreauia." 

The Fsmlue of the Heart. Song 

and l- hoi as. (E. Macs) 30 

Sentimental song ; plaintive melody. 
"Sighing, *lghing, day by day, 
W.epuig weary, lonely tears, 
Lunging tor a loving soul, — 

One to learn our hopes and fear* - 
Sighing on aud growing faint, ' 

Anting to conceal by art, 
Seeming merry while we die,— 
bie from famine of the heart." 
Lord, la Id. 111. H iy Temple. 
Sentence. (Mas. MAaT M«r B I3 U :t)... 30 



They think X have forgotten. 
Thee. (Wa. H. Num.) 30 

The growing popularity of t bis gum 
ef song is a sure proof of its merit. 

Little brown Jug. (Ea*tburi»)._ 30 

Only correct edition. 

" My wife and I lived all alone, 

In a little log hui, we call'd our own ; 

She lov'd gin, and I lov'd rum, 
I tell you what, we'd lots of fun. 

He who bore the cross for me. 

(E. Mace) „ .. 35 

Solo or duett, with quartette chorn^, 
Sung at the principal churches in 
Philadelphia aud New York. Decided- 
ly one of thebest sacred songs In print. 
" Saviour, at the evening hoar, 

When my weary feet may rest, 
Gently, kludly lead me suli 

In the way ihou knoweat bestl 
Peace, my soul, for everinorel 

Thon the conqueror shalt be : 

This the watchword of thy shield. 

Us who bore the cross for me." 

Died In the Streets. (Exstbub*.) 35 
Very plaintive. 

The labor is over and done, 

The sun has gone down In the west ; 
The birda are asleep every one. 

All nature baa gone to its rest, 
But one little sleeper is out in the cold, 

Alone in the rain and sleet, 
Thorea no one to greet hiin with welcome 
kiss. 

Or Hat for hie coming feet. 

Bright be the Place of thy 
Soul. (J. Wright) „ 35 

Contralto solo suitable for good 
singers. 

I am sitting sad and lonely. 

Song snd churus. (A. li P.usbwiu). 30 
An exquisite melody, 

" I am sitting sad and lunely. 

Where evening shadows tall. 
Dreaming o'er the dreams which only 

Thoughts of other days recall ; 
And the zephyrs, gently sighing. 

Sing a dirge so soft and low, 
O'er the graves of hopes now lying 

'Neath the shades of long ago." 

My Secret (Metis Gehetm nlas.) 
(E. WuL3iBrEn) 35 

With German and English words. 
Suitable for a good siaiger Sung at 
the principal concerts throughout lh» 
United States. 

The Little Golfer Shoe. Song and 

chorus. (E. Linwood ).... 30 

A lively song, with excellent melody. 

u Now early In the inoro I heard 

A tapping at the door; 
And some one said, ' I thiuk I left 

A shoe upon your floor.' 
I turned, and, to my great surprise, 

There stood a la&t> so nice ; 
I vowed I'd win her for my bride, 

No matter what the prioe." 

Sing mo that Old Familiar Song. 

Song and chorus. (J. J. Hamas) 30 

To hear is to admire It. Sweet, flowing 
melody, wedded to exquisite words. 

The Kettle and the Clock. Song. 

and chorus. (Eastburn) 35 

A song that cannot fall to suit the most 

fastidious, the chorus is grand, effective, 
the ticking of the clock and singing of the 
kettle being ingeniously Interwoven in 
the music 

"On a loua Sabbath eve, when our mother 
earth 

In a shroud of tho cold «mw lay, 
I move up DM ihmi to the k ichen hearth, 

And I yield to the thou. • 1. thai play. 
A good I would li 1. 1 11 i.m u ,y fallow iuas 

Ere the win, ken ;ir»- .-u my *--■ w , 
Tben I auk In u.j in nri n L«J i - ail liegtu, 

And the tick, link, [pita ittu w w." 

'•Planchtitl*.'* Siuiir and enonia. 

(Eabtbcr*) 3:, 

One of the nj istcha.ru ug lulls cuislf. 
songs pul. 1. -I.., 1 

Whets lit thai K'llln *aj #»f the 

Klght. (J I. KuVHhifPviHiHi 30 

Sa»red solo ai..t rnmrteite, .ring In the 
princ pa el.o.ti,., .rf Pintle |.b 1* 
and New V irk Beaoti'Dl mrlody.bar. 
mi in. t d iu a utani. ily manner. 



My Love to All at Home. Song ' Heart's Delight Polka. (B W01.- 



and chorus. (Alicb Hawtborub),.— 3?t 

A perfect gem of song. The ofteoer 
we hear it, the more we admire It. 

"Oh, give my love to all at borne, 

To each and every friend ; 
My kind regards to those 1 love, 

'Tts all 1 have to send." 

Sallle of the Dell. Song and chorus 
(Ea3Tbitr!c) _ 30 

A lively little song, sure to please. 

When the Shadows of Even- 
ing had Fallen. Song and choro* 
(Eastbors) _.„ 30 

a sweet flowing melody, of more 
than ordinary merit. 

When Mother Married Pap. 

Song snd chorus. (Eastburh.) 30 

This song never falls to create mirth 
and laughter whenever performed, 
and Is suitable for ladies to aing in tho 
parlor, there being nothing objection- 
able in the word*. . 

Friends of our Early Dayi. 

(Eastbcrk) H _ 35 

A song for good singers. Once heard, 
never forgotten. 

" Friends of oar early days, 

How soon they vanish; 
Oh, could we only gaze 
On dear ones of old 1" 

Sever Censure. (Eastbobh).. ...... 30 

Charming melody, with beautiful 
words. 
"Should you fool Inclined to censor* 

Faults yon may in others view, 
Ask your own heart, ere you venture, 

If it has not feellDg too. 
Let not friendly vows be broken ; 
Ratber strive a friend to gain , 
Many a word in anger spoken 
Finds Its passage home again.** 



INSTRUMENTAL. 

"All the Rage" Sohottlsehe. 

(Chas. N. Manw) „ „ 30 

The best dancing schottischeln print. 

Lily or the Valley. (LllLY Ccok) 25 
Easy piece for beginners, in waltz style. 

Standard March. (R. Pabst)...... 30 

Time well marked ; excellent melody. 

Dimpled Cheek Walt-/. (E. Wol- 
biepjbr) , 30 

Good practice; a pretty molody. 

Celo Galop. (T D. Haehnle*) 30 

Nut difficult ; chocrful and pleasing. 

Skipping Galop. (W. Wqlsieppbr) 30 
Full of life ; a good composition. 

Rosalie Coteile Polka. (Tdeo. 

M. Hart) 30 

Showy and brilliaut ; with easy bass. 
Philopa :11a Waltz. (T. M. Haat) 30 
Sweet, flowing melody. 

Hither, ye Faithful. (Adeste Fl- 

delifi) (Eersard) „ 40 

Fine transcription of this popular 
hymn. 

Etude Schottlsche. (W. W01.31EF. 

per) 30 

Excellent practice and pleasing 
melody. 

Castanet Quickstep. (E. Mack).. 30 
Spirited aud pleasing, with castanet 
accompaniment. 
Rlstorl Galop Quadrille*. (J. 

H. Woi.siefser) „ 40 

With flgnres for dancing. 

Roey Lips Waltz. (E. Mack) 30 

I'lcaboa all who hear It. 

Knchantlng Sounds. (E. Macs) 40 
One of this favorite author's best 
efforts. 

CobwebSchottIsche.(T. A'Bechkt) 30 
Novel and ploaalng , good for dauc- 
Log, 

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Make mo no gaudy Chaplel, Phillips. 40 

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Matrimonial Sweets,. Freeman. 

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Messenger (The) Swallow. Blockley. 

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Mr. aud Mrs. Thompson, Ansdale. 

Music at Nightfall. Nelson. 

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Our Way across the Sea, Swiss Air. 

Parting; or Poor Bessy, Hodson. 

Rome, Rome, thou art no more, Jahvis. 

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Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch, Scotch. 

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Sunbeam of Summer, Bellini. 

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When a little Farm we keep. Mazzinghi 

When Night comes o'er the Plain, Nelson 

When Twilight is stealing, White 

Wild old Woods, Crosby. 



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Sweet- eat, bid me sweet a - dieu, Clasp me fond - ly to your heart, 

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THROUGH THE DREARY STREETS I WANDER; or, LED ASTRAY. 

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C. C. Steams. 35 cts. 



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They wan -der from us dav bv day. And bear the sun- light from our home. 

KATHLEEN, THE ROSE OF MY HEART.) Song and Chorus.) WM.Brockway 40cts. 

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Listen to the Mocking Bird. 

Song of the Farmer. 

Mercy's Dream. 

Cast thy Bread upon the Waters. 

Why Ask if I Remember Thee? 

I Set my Heart upon a Rower. 

Motherless Eate. 

Chimes of the Monastery. 

Happiness of Home. 

My Early Fireside. 

To Him that Qiveth let us Sing. 

Golden Moon. 

Dreams that Charm'd Me when a Child. 

This Land of Ours. 

Love of One Fond Heart. 

Pet of the Cradle. 

Come, Gather round the Hearth. 

Days gone by. 

Rebecca at the Well. 

How Sweet are the Roses. 

My Cottage Home. 

Let us Live with a Hope. 

Am I not True to Thee? 

Only a Child. 

Fond Moments of my Childhood. 



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What is Home without a Mother? 

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New Friends, True Friends. 

Gentle Maggie. 

Flower Fadeth. 

Heart's Mission. 

What shall I Offer Thee? 

Bid me Good-bye ; or, The Soldier's Farewell. 

Our Good Old Friends. 

Cosy Nook. 

My Mother's Kiss. 

As Dear To-Day as Ever. 

Friend of My Heart. 




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SONGS. 

•American Fls*. Words by Drake, Music by Bellini, 40 

A Little moro Grape, Captain Bragg, W. J. Lemon, 26 

Abo (The) of Gold, * California, Pearce, 26 

Alma Mater F. F. Hagen, 25 

•America. Words by Lewis Dela, Cunnington, 36 

•Banner of the Sea, Geo. W. Hewitt, 60 

Beautiful is the Sea, J- W. Clirrry, 35 

Bunny Jenny Dean. Words by Lewis Dels. V. Clifford, 25 

Beautiful Venice, ■/■ P Knight, 25 

Bonny Flora May, O. P. Perry, 25 

Child of the Regiment, Donizetti, 25 
Come when you will, I'to a welcome for 

you. Likeness of A. Pattl, W. Lantdon, 30 

Cavalier, C W. Glover, 25 

Cow and the Ass, 3. Glover, 25 

•Columbia, tbe Gem of the Ocean* D. T. Shaw, 25 

Dream (The), (Jenny Lind,) S5 

Dearest, I am ever Thine, E. L. Walker, 50 

•Dog and Cat, (Comic,) H. Walker, 40 

Dreams of Home, A. D. Durand, 35 

Dayof Parting; or,ImustleaveTbee,Dearest, E.Luckman, 25 

Dear Mary, Smile, G. Anton, 25 

Dear Summer Mom, S. Glover, 25 

Farewell, my Fatherland, (Jenny Lind,) 25 

Full of Mischief, F. Drayton, 25 

Flowei-Girl (The), (LaFlorja,) Arr. by C. Everest, P.Casotti, 40 



W, H. Coulson, 

J. C. tleininger, 

C. Minasi, 

A. Hawtltorne, 

W. J. Lemon, 

J. J. Hainan, 

C. R. Dodworth, 
J. Blockley, 



J. C. Deckel, 
F. Drayton, 



C. W. Glover, 

H. R. Bithop, 

A. Hawthorne, 

67. Linlry, 

J. Daly, 

y. Norton, 

Stigelli, 

T.A.Burke, 

S. Winner, 

C. W. Glover, 

S. Winner, 



Folks that Put on Airs, (Comic,) 

For you I Live, 

First of April, (Comic,) 

Golden Moon, 

Gentle Maiden, 

Gentle Warning, (plain,) 

•Gentle Warning, 

•Gideon's Band, 

"Gunrdiau Angel,** 

•Hail, Columbia, 

•Hail, Columbia, (as rang by Parodl,) 

He sleeps, but not amid the Arctic Snows, 

Happy as a Queen, 

•Ilopity Rickety— High and Low. A Regular 

Ours. (As sung by Prank Drew,) 
Ilope on, and yet Rejoice, 
Home, Sweet Home, 
•How Sweet are the Roses. 
I've left my Snow-Clad Hills (Jenny Uod.) 
I am not the Wild Creature I seem, 
Ida May 

Isollua, (English, German, and Italian words,) 
I would I were a Bird, Dearest, 
•Juana Cuba's fair Isle, 
Keepsake, (« sequel to The Cavalier,) 
Kissing thro' the Bars, 
Kitty Tyrrell, " 

•Love's Perfect Cure, (sung by Frank Drew,) 
•Ladies' Opportunity (The), Minati, 

Lord's Prayer, (Sacred,) S. Glover, 

•Lord's Prayer, (Sacred,) 

Laurie's Cottage, 8. Markstein, 

Lowland Sallic, C. Clifford, 

Like the Song of Birds In Summer, J. W. Cherry, 

My New England Home, L. Wade, 

My Southern Home, J. T. S. Sullivan, 

My Cottage Home, A. Hawthorne, 

My Home, my Happy Rome, (Jenny Lind,) 67. A. Hod son. 
My Good Old Darkey Home, J- A. Janke^ 

My Old Thatched Cot, F. Drayton, 

Mother (The) and her Child, fsung by Oaxza- 
nlga,) English, French, ana German words, 
•Marseillaise (La) Hymn, 
•Marseillaise Ilymu, (sung by ParocUJ 

•Muid in the Moon, // Walker, 

•Maiden of tbe Sunny Clime, F. Romer, 

National Union, C. CbUini, 

Nothiug to Wear, (Comic,) S. Winner, .• 

Nobody's Boy, F. Drayton, 

•Octoroon, A. SteeU, 

i.inr Good Old FricnJs, A. Hawthorne, 

Oh, Woo me not from my Cottage Hotae, J C. Beckel, 

•Only a. Child, A. Hawthorne, 

•Old Ironsides, C. T. Prey, 

Officer's Funeral, (Song or Quartette,) Jfr«. Norton, 

Only Waiting, (sung by MIm C. BJchlags,) Geo. Kunkel, 

Old Maid, s, Winner, 

•Piu-Money, //, Walker, 

•Pet of the CradU, A. Hawthorne^ 

kestinK-Pbwoof Washington, D. T. SJtaw, 

•Red, Wblts, ana Blue of -fll, A. Bacttman, 

Robin (The). & Glover, 

Rock beside the Sea, O. Cbnverte, 

lLnteplan, (Jenny Lind,) 

•Stir the Fire, Cbmpovr of 'Old Chimney Corner," 

J. W. Cherry, 

C. Everest, 

S. Glover, 

•J. L. Emerton, 

L. Benkert, 

W. J. Lemon, 

by Parodl,) 

A. Hawthorne, 
W. P. (Xtnnington, 

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•Shells of Ocean, 
•Soldier's Vision^ 
Sporting on the Village Green, 
•8 i-reel Women, 
•Stars and Stripes, 
•Stars and Stripes Forever, 
•Star-Spangled Banner, 
•Star-Spangled Banner, (as song 
Bong of the Farmer, 
Saucy Kate, 

Baa-King's Bride, (Jenny Lind,) 
Stars <J Heaven are gleamins;, (Jenny Lind.) 
bearch thro" tbe Wide World, (Jenny Lind,) 
Bwe*t Flowers, 
PI I vsr Spring, 

JHwyi. my c hHd! (La Jeune Mere), 
lnl. u i e to th% memory of cy, KlUwortb, 

RX k iti: t,ikto » Lit «-» , «. 

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We praise the*. God," (Stored ) 

•Ws-hi niton's Tomb, 



Ahlstrom, 25 




P. Draytrm, 

Haas, 

Schubert, 

W. J. Lemon, 

3. Glover, 

H. Paul, 

C. Everest, 

A. jVtu.tw.yer, 

C. Clifford, 

S. Glover, 

M. B. Cross, 



Would I were with thee, Bosetti, 26 

Won't you come along! P. Drayton, 25 

•Wares of Ocean, F. Shrival, 60 

•Yankee Doodle, 26 

•Yankee Doodle, (as sung by Parodi,) 26 



WALTZES i REDOWAS. 

Beautiful In the Sea, De Bubna, 26 

Ballet, (Parlor Music.) C. Grobe, 26 

Corinnc, L. Wallit, 36 

•Clorindn, Gaston de Lille, 50 

•Emma, (likeness of Miss Emma Taylor J Oandidus, 50 

•Florentine (La), F. BurgmuUer, 36 

•Flower of the Field, Choi. D Albert, 60 

Fontaine (Ln) aux Perles, F. Burgmuller, 25 

Grandfather, W.Fisher, 26 

Grandmother, W. Fisher, 25 

Gabuitc (La), C. Marcailhou, 16 

Hero and Lcandor Waltzes, C. D' Albert 75 

•.Moselle, Gaston de Lille, 60 

HoUeitfl (La), C. Marcailhou, 16 

Malvina, 67. Blessner, 26 

Prnde(La), C. Marcailhou, 15 

Princess of Belgium, Mtisard, 60 

Remembrance Waltzes, R. F. Hunt, 60 

Romnrin (La), or Rosemary, Trou, 25 

•Shells of Ocean Redowa Walts, C. Grube, 25 

Three Sisters, (three waltzes,) A. Le Carpenticr, 

No. 1. Autonia, 26 

No. 2. Anretie, 26 

No. 3. Clara, 25 
Thalberg Waltzes, 
United States Grand, 
Verona, 

•Vert Vert Redowa, 
Wyoming, 
Wedding, 

GALOPS. 

Chao Rang, (Galop Chlnols,) 

Departure, (Parlor Music,) 

• Emperor's, 

•Fast Line, 

Japanese, 

•Sunny South, (La Habana,) 

•Snow-Drift, 

•Tamberlik, (goodlikonoss of Tamberlik,) Musard, 50 



C. O Albert, 

C. Grobe, 

W. Smallwood, 

C. Marcailhou, 

S. W., 

C. Solan, 



Q. BUsmer, 

C. Grobe, 

C. D' Albert, 

J. If. Beck, 

E. M. Porter, 

Win. S. Swing, Jr., 

Gaston de Lille, 



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POLKAS AND MAZURKAS. 



•April Shower Mazurka, 


E. Mack, 


M 


Banjo, (Parlor Music,) 


C. Grobf, 


25 


Bath Springs, 


L. O. TambUr, 


35 


Bloomer, 


M. Seller, 


26 


•Camille, (good likeness of Mrs. Bowers,) 


a Gntbf-, 


M 


City Mnseum, 


A. Schtrttr, 


25 


Carto Blanche Mazurka, (Parlor Music,) 


C. Grobe, 


25 


♦Cygnet, 

•Danse dei Roses, 


J. If. Beck, 


25 


C. Marcaxiliou, 


25 


Diana, 


Mutard, 


40 


Dilettanti Polka Maanrka, 


B. D. Hewitt, 


25 


Girard House, 


C. F. Stein, 


25 


Gazzaniga Polka Redowa, 


L. Albitet, 


SO 


Graziella, 


C. Sahm, 


30 


•Homage, 


A. Raffelin, 


25 


•Identical, 


J. A. Darhnff, 


25 


•Japanese, (correct view of Jeddo,) 


Gaston de Lille, 


60 


•Jessamine, 


JV. Goodman 


35 


Leon Polka, 


M. Malcomb 


25 


•Muleteer, 


L. iFmiami, 


50 


Old North State, 


M. M. Warner, 


35 


Onr American Cousin Polka, 


C. Jarvit, 


35 


Pierre (Ln) Polka, 


B C. Harris, 


25 


•Prairie Flower, 


J*. F. Meroeron, 


35 


•Plough Boy, 


J. Parry, 


35 


Photographic, 


M. H. Cross, 


a 


•Patriotic, 


B. Prince, 


50 


Pierre de Medlcls Polka Mazurka, 


Mtisard, 


40 


Prince Royal, 


C. Grobe, 


40 


•Prince Royal, 


" 


60 


Printanieres (Los), three Polkas, 


F. Burffmuller, 




No. 1. Eglantine, 




15 


No. 2. Brunette, 




16 


No. 3. Benedetta, 




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Rienso (La), 

Rosa's, (Parlor Music,) 


C Sahm, 


25 


C. Grobe, 


25 


Rustic, 


F. Draytrm, 


25 


Sea- Beach Polka, 


G. L. Walker, 


50 


•Syren, 


M. Schneider, 


40 


Sontag, (2 or 4 bands,) 


D'Jlbert, 


35 


•Scotch. 


*' 


60 


•St. Lawrence Tubular Bridge Polka Mazurka, w IT , 


55 


Tommy, 


C Grobe, 


40 


•Tommy, 


" 


60 


Vail lance, 


J. Ascher, 


25 


Wissablckon, (2 or 4 bands,) 


F. Ihrayton, 


25 


•Winter's Night, 


Gaston ds Lille, 


50 


Woodburn, 


Geo. L. Walker, 


30 


White Violet, (Parlor Music,) 


C Grobe, 


25 


scHorriicHES 






•A. ton Rldg«, 


J. RichUr, 


35 


Amazon, < I'urlor Music,) 


C. Grobe, 


25 


lloraafl, (Purlor Music,) 


" 


26 


Cbruttmiu, 


Geo. L. Walker, 


25 


*CoDtineutAl, 


O. P. Perry, 


40 


Contmbaod, 


S. Winner, 


26 


Duuglfta, 


G. W. Hewitt, 




Ocrtnantown, 


F. Blanejour, 


25 


'Illinois, 


Swinsgoe, 


40 


Ki.fl me, dear. 


J. A'. fiecA-, 


25 


*Kiu ma, dear, 


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35 


Little Mischievous, (2 or 4 hajadaj 


F. Drayton, 


30 


Uillererille Normal Scbool, 


W. H. Kefftr, 


30 


Our American Cousin Schottlseh, 


J. C. Deckel, 


35 


Point Broeae Park Schottiscii. 


G. J. Cbrrie, 


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Pine Cottage, 

Piccolomim. 

Pickwick, 

•Repose, 

Tit-Tat-To, (2 or 4 narwta.) 

Won't you conio along i* 



67. Blessner, 50 

C. W. Sabatier, 40 

C. Sahm, 25 

/. C. Viereck, 35 

AY. Florence, 26 

M. Madwort, 26 



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S. Winner. 30 



C Jarvit, 50 

T. OA'eill, 36 

J. Zebley, Jr., 40 

J C. Deckel, 26 

C. 67roi«, 25 



MARCHES AND QUICKSTEPS. 

Alpine Tlorn Grand March, (Parlor Music,) C. Grobe, 25 

Anderson (Major) Grand March, " 40 

Ashland Quickstep, W. RaUt, 25 

Browtilow (Panoo) Quickstep, (a very true 

picture,) C. F. Herrmann, 30 

•Baker(Col.) Funeral March, (the beat like- 
ness out of the lamented and heroic Col.,) G. F. Benkert, 60 
Buell (Major-General) Grand Quickstep, (a 

true likeuesH,) F Mack, 30 

Columbia Mnivti, E. Myers, 25 

Cottage Hill Quickstep, If l*hilby, 25 

Colambin Quickstep, Mrs. C. Hamilton, 26 

Commodore March, (Parlor Music,) C. Grobe, 25 

Cadet Quickstep, (Parlor Music,) " 26 

City Guard's Quickstep, E. Camps, 40 

Capitol March, E. F. Myers, 25 

Drama March, S. Winner, 30 

Douglas Funeral March, G. W. Hewitt, 25 

•Duke of Malakoff's March, S. Glover, 40 

•Ellsworth (Colonel) Funeral March, (tbe only 

correct likeness published on music,) S. Winner, 60 

Edwin Forrest Quickstep, S Winner, 26 

G.iribaldi's Quickstep, W. Guernsey, 

Gen. Georgo Cadwallader'e Parade March, R. Breiter, 

•Gymnast Zounve Quickstep, C R. Doaworth, 

Halleck'a (Gon.) Grand March, introducing 

Glory, Hallelujah. 
•Hall's (Colonel James F.) Grand March, 
Surrender of Fort Pulaski; Lieut. -0c4. 
Hall, of Serrell's Volunteer Engineers, 
announcing the surrender, and carry- 
ing the order to the National batteries 
to cease firing, 
Hartranft's (Col. J. F.) Quickstep, 
•llome Run Quickstep, 
Kane's (Dr.) Funeral March, 
Lincoln Quickstep, (a very fine picture of 

Honest Old Abe,) 
Lyon's (General) Funeral March. (Superb like- 
uess of tbe great patriot ana soldier, who 
sacrificed both life and fortune in the cause 
of his country,) 67. W. Hewitt, 

Merrick Lodge, 1.0.0. F^Qnfckatep, W. Ratet, 

•McOellau'a (General) Grand March, (tho name 

is enough to continue its preeont popularity,) E. Mack, 
•Marche des Zouaves, C. JoJin, 

•Monitor March, (embellished with a view of the 
celebrated content between tbe Monitor and 
Merrimac, which took place March, 1862J E. Eack, 

Pope's (Gen.) Grand March, J. Bellak, 

Richmond Scarlet Guard Quickstop, J. Kopl, 

•Rifleman Grand March, Pttictrlas, 

Shells of Ocean Quickstep, Porter, 

Smith's Funeral March, C. Grobt, 

Spraguo's (Gov.) Grand March, E. Mack, 

State Fenclbles' Flag Presentation March, M. F. AUdo, 

Sigel's (Gen.) Grand March, (a true picture,) A. Birgfeld, 
Washington National Blues Quickstep, L. V. II. Crosby, 

Young Guard Quickstep, 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

•An Evening at Oakland, T. O'JWiR, 

•Battle of New Orleans, C. Gj-obe, 

Cascade of Rosea, (Morceau de Genre,) J. Ascher, 

•Columbia, tbe Gem of the Ocean, (ousily arr.) C. Grobe, 
L'Etoile, (Rondo.) H. Rollback, 

•God Save the Quean, F. Beyer, 

•Hail, Columbia, F. Beyer, 

L'Invitatiou a laChasso, G- Blessner, 

Love's Influence, Rondo, (Parlor Music,) C. Grobe., 

•Lutzow'a Wild Hunt, F. Beyer, 

La Priere d'une Vierge, (Maiden's Prayer,) Badarzewski, 
MarheiDoise (La), F. Beyer, 

Nun's Prayer, R. Nordmann, 

Potpourri en formo de Rondeau but La 

Favorite, (Parlor Music,) 
•Partant pour la Syrie, 
Povera (La), (Beggar-Girl,) 
•RusBian National Hymn, 
Star-Spangled Banner, 
•Sultan's Polka, Variations, 
•Schottischc National Airs, 
Tolling Bell approaching Mount Vernon. A mu- 
sical dolineation, (a good likeness of Hon. Ed- 
ward Everett on title-page,) 
Young Folks' Festival, 
No. 1. The Polka. 
No. 2. The Waits. 
No. 3. The Schottlseh. 
Each, 
•Yankee Doodle, 
•Zingarella, (The Gipsy.) 
•Bonnie Dundee Quadrille, 
•Bouquet de Perles Quiidrilla, 
•Caledonia Quadrille, 
•Constantinople Qiiadrille, 
Edinburgh Quadrille, 



C. Grobe, 

K. Voaler, 

E. A. L. Coop, 

F. Beyer, 

C. Grobe, 
F. Beyer, 



C. Grobe, 
A. Le Oarpentier, 
No. 4. The Galop. 
No/6. Tbe Polka Mnzurki 
No.' 6. The Quadrille. 



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F. Beyer, 

E. A. L. Coop, 

C P Albert, 

H. Prince, 

Martin, 

C. V Albert, 60 

60 

J. Martin, 



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'Lake Lucid Qaodrille, 
•Luisa Sillier Quadrille, 
National Polka Quadrille, 
Quadrille des Dames, 
•Summer Quadrille, 
•St. Petersburg Quadrille, 
Tom Pouce Quadrille, 
•Prince of V> ales Quadrille, (4 1 
•Zouave Parade March, (4 band 



J. C. lully, 

J. RoqneUe, 

W. Cbleman, 

Martin, 

Gaston de Lille, 

C. Lf Albert, 

J. B. Duvemoy, 

G. Blessner, 

S. D. S., 



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Annie Laurie. 

Atild Lang Syne. 

Bonnie Ladille, Highland Laddie, \ 

Oh, HubU Thee, My Baby. f 

"Brother's Lullaby," as sung in " Fnti." 

By the Sad Sea Waves. 

Cumin' Thro* the Kye. 

Comrades. 

Dear Li ttle Shamrock. 

Flee at a Bird. 

Golden Harvester, from Opera of " La Cigale." 

Hi-Ti.l dley-Hi-Tl. 

Home, Sweet Home. 

1 Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Hall*. 

In the Gloaming. 

I've Worked Light Hours Thla Day. 

Larboard Watch. 

Last Night (Sehnsucht). 

Litut lio-*e of Summer. 

List to Me, Mother Dear, from Opera of 

Let Me Dream Again. [ La Cigale.' 

Lost Chord. 

Love's Old Sweet Song. 

"Lullaby" from the Opera of 'Erm.nte. 

Maid of the Mill. 

Mary and John. 

Murphy's Head. 

Nam'v Lee- 

Only To-Nlght. > 

Our .lark'* Come Home To-day. ^ 

Playmates. 

Queen of My Heart. 

KoDln Adair. 

Booked In the Cradle of the Deep. 

Balling. 

Sweethearts and Wive*. 

Take Baek the Heart. 

Ta-ra-ra Boom. de-ay. .. 

The Bashful Suitor, from Opera of " La Cigale 

The Difference in the Morning. 

The Garden of Sleep. 

The Heart Bowed Down. 

The Old ArmChalr. 

The Old Sexton. 

Then You'll BememberMe. 

Then You Wink the Other Eye. 
Thine Kye* so Blue and Tender. 
'TIs Not True. 
* ' 'Twixt Love and Duty. 
, , Warrior Bold. 

v When the Swallow* Homeward Fly. 
In and Walt for Katie. 

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AVE MARIA Kucken. 3 • Cherubini. 3 ] 

BENEATH THE EV'NING'S LAST SWEET SMILE Schubert. 34 
BIRDS BLITHE ARE SINGING .... Lindblad. 34 

BLUE EYES Gumbert. 34 

BRIGHTEST EYES Stigelli. 3 

CIRCLED ROUND WITH JASMINE SPRAY • Fesca. 34 

COME TO ME, DEAREST MAIDEN • .Meyerbeer. 34 

COMFORT Mendelssohn. 34 

DEAR MAIDEN MINE Kncken. 3i 

DEEP GAZE TO GAZE Wilhelm. 3i 

DISTANT LAND . Henselt. 31 

HOW CAN I LEAVE THEE Cramor. 3 

I DREAM, I DREAM OF THEE . . . . F. Abt. 31 

IN A DISTANT LAND Mendelssohn. 21 

IRENE COb ich dich liebe, frage) Abt. 3 

JEWISH MAIDEN Kucken. 3 

LAKE (THE) (Ber See) § Niedermeyer. 34 

LEAVING HOME Tyrolean Air. 34 

LITTLE HANS • ■ • ' Curschman. 34 

LOVING, I THINK OF THEE Krebs. 34 

MOORISH SERENADE Kuckon. 34 

MY HEART IS SAD 3 4 

MY HEART RETURNS TO THEE AGAIN . • Froch. 34 

NEAR THEE (Nah) Lindblad. 34 

O PRAY YOU WARBLERS F. Abt. 34 

O THAT MY WOES WERE DISTANT ■ Moligne. 34 

O THINK OF ME Sponholtz. 34 

O STAY WITH ME Toss. 34 

ON YONDER DISTANT MOUNTAINS . • Sponholtz. 4 
O WERE I BUT A MOONLIGHT'S RAY Kucken. 34 

O YE TEARS! O YE TEARS'. .... F. Abt. 3 

PEACE OF MIND Sponholtz. 34 

PRETTY BIRDS Gumbert. 4 

QUICK ARISE, MAIDEN MINE .... Dessauer. 34 

REFLECTION F. Abt. 3d 

RETURN OF THE TYROLESE .... MaUbran. 3i 

SLUMBER SONG H. Taubert. 34 

POST HORN Schubert. 3 

IMPATIENCE Carschman. 3 

IF ON THE MEADS Gumbert. 3 

DEAREST, I THINK OF THEE .... Krebs. 3 



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ROMANCE FROM OPERA 

SERENADE TO IDA 

SONG OF SPRING 

SONG OF NIGHT 

SPEED MY BARK 

STAR OF LOVE . 

STAY WITH ME . 

TEARS OF ANGUISH 

THE BEGGAR CHILD 

THE GOLDEN STARS 

THE LONG, LONG WEARY DAY 

THE MAID OF JUDAH 

THE MAY BREEZES • 

THE SCARLET SARAFAN 

THE STANDARD WATCH 

THE TEAR 

THE TEAR ... 

THE THREE STUDENTS 

THERE BLOOMS A BONNIE FLOWERET 

THOU ART GONE FAR AWAY 

THOU ART SO NEAR. {In E fiat or F.) 

THOU LOVELY ANGEL MINE 

THOU LOVELY MAID 

THIS HEART OF MINE • 

THROUGH THE EYES THE HEART 

THY NAME I SOFTLY MURMUR 

TO CHLOE, IN SICKNESS 

TO MINONA 

TO THE ABSENT ONE • 

TWILIGHT IS DARKENING ■ 

VOICE FROM THE LAKE 

WHAT HEAR I STIR 

WHEN THE QUIET MOON ■ 

WE MET BY CHANCE . 

WEEP NOT FOND HEART • 

YOUTH BY THE BROOK 

AH! WHAT AVAILS MY BLOOMING 

A STRANGER DARK 

LOVE'S REQUEST .... 

THOU EVERYWHERE 

VENETIAN GONDOLIER'S SONG (Ninetta) 

HOW FAR ART THOU 



ZEMIRE&AZOR" Spohr. 34 

W. Woingand. 34 

Mendelssohn. 34 



Mendelssohn. 24 

Neukomm. 5 

. Schuloff. 34 

. F. Abt. 34 

A. Ecichardt. 34 

Gumbert. 34 

A. Eeichardt. 34 

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T. Kreipl. 34 

Russian Air. 34 

Lindpaintner. 34 

. Kucken. 34 

Gumbert. 34 

Speier. 5 

Sponholtz. 34 

. Truhn. 34 

A. Beichardt. 4 

. Fischer. 34 

. Kucken. 34 

A. Beichardt. 34 

Gumbert. 34 

■ Kucken. 34 
. Bennett. 34 

Spohr. 24 

Mendelssohn. 24 

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Mendelssohn. 34 

■ Eckert. 34 
Schondorf. 34 
. Kucken. 3 

■ Kucken. 34 

Proch. 34 
Eckert. 34 
Proch. 4 
Beichardt. 3 
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Bartlett, H. IV'., Just as I am. 

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Barllctl, Homer IV., O Lord, be merciful. 
Buck, Dudley, Fear not ye. o Israel. 

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Efticr, II., The dead Soldier. Der todte Soldal. 
Gounod, Ch., Nazareth. 

Henrion, P., The Muleteer of Tarragona. Le Muletter 
dc Tarrjgone 

Krcutzer, C, Forest Song. Waldeslied. 

I.ohr, I 1 '. IV., Out on the deep. 

Lortzing, A., In Childhood I dallied. Sons! spielf icfa 

mil Scepter. 
I.OCU'C, C, Phosphorescence. Meeresleuchten. 
Mozart, W. A., To Scenes of Peace retiring. la 
diesen heilgen If alien 
44 " Olsis and Osiris. O Isis ond Osiris. 

\e«iler, V. E., It was not so to be. Es hat oicht sollen 

sein. 
Rocckcl, J. L,., Happy Three. 
Rodney, P., The brave Sentinel. 
" " Calvary. 

" " The old Guard. 

" " The Soldier's Dream. 

Schubert, F., Erik ing. Erlkdnig. 
Schumann, R., The two Grenadiers. Die beideo 
Grenadiere. 
** I ne'er comDlain. Ich grolle nichL 
Vogrlch, !W., The Clover-blossoms kiss thy Feet. 
44 " Thy true Heart. 

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Brull, Ignaz, How limes have changed. Wie anders 

war es. 
CariMilml, G., Victorious my heart is. Vittoria mio core. 
Graben-HoHuiann, I at thy feet would lain be lying. 
Zu deinen FUssen mocht' ich 
iiegen. 
Gumbert, Fcrd., The Pirate. Der Seerauber. 
Ilallon, J. E., Simon the Cellarer. 
King, Oliver, Israfel. 
Krcutzer, C, What noble joys a hunter's life. Ein 

Schuiz' bin ich. 
Eusscn, Ed., Gieeting Grilssen. 

<( The captive admiral. Der gefangene 
Admiral. 
Mattel, Tito, My native Land. Patria. 
Mendelanohii-Bartlioldy, Show me. Almighty Gott 

sei mir gnadig. 
Meyerbeer, G., Song of the Trappist. Cantique du 

Trappiste. 
Pinsuli, Cico, Bedouin Love-song. 
Raudeggcr, A., Die Goldbeater. 
Reiasiger, F. Aug., The Silesian Toper and the Devil. 
Der schlesische Zecber uod del 
Teufcl. 
SchaiTcr, A., The jolly friar. Das Pfafflein. 
Vogrlch, Max, I love but thee. 

" Poor wounded heart 
Walaon, Mich, Anchored. 

" " Thy Sentinel am I. 

Wldor, Ch. M., Invocation. Invocation 



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I Lltbettreu — True love. — Cosur fideie. 
1 An ein Veilchen.-To a violet -A la vlolerte 

''Euissons."" 8 ^ "- Lil " ■ ««—i«- "1.C.--MO. amour eat paarei. aux 



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I Sapphische Ode. — Sapphic Ode. — Strophes -aphiques. 
a Botschaft. — The Message.— Message. 

3- VergeblichesStandchen.— The vain suit. — Serenade inutile. 
4. Der Gang zuro Liebchen— The watchful lover— Mauvais accucit. 
5 Soromerabend. — Summer evening. — Soir d'ele. 

6. "Don in den Weiden."— "There 'mong the willows."— " La belle fille aux y**| 
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