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YIM O L .$X5UrU T MpARCH . 1574.
THE BA=EER OF 01D.
o that beetift banmer. ties eteamlag afr,
.Aad bghtly it waves 'mid the oaosets of war;
The mebe of the battle may darken the ear.
Ad the cannons may beom, but that banner is there,
Still seam a in eedom tobeokon as o
iltlahatseeaesi over and vietory w.
Osg of ear lnktI 0 hanaer ot milhtI
In ia rthea wavest them the fnrmamet's height.
.eek up at that abem 'tiu as bright as of old.
ae he lhs of a Xing embllsesed its fold;
i seat sad the Gloios dyed it with red.
Whi the fount of slvatina on Oalvary bled.
O gleesa basser I the light of the wold !
Oa Olive's str moeant thy oldswere ahrled
Wham angels sad men with the Deity met,
In a bale of sglery that elstres thee yet
mNes oeem to soes. o'er meountain ad sea,
lmea theio lOppe hllas to thefr Gsilee,
lt baer is itreaming as proudly sad high.
With the staff e the earth mad Its folde In the sky.
Oh I shonled sad weary I dok aloft to its fold
'la the leaner of freedom by prophets foretold I
Tie the pilar of light that broke forth from the ast
To gadds thee; der heeart, to the Canaan of rest.
Gliseous banner I what triumphs are thinse
the geenets of laurel frem every clime !
Laurels that afde not but bloom over death,
Unesathed by the frost of mortality's breath;
Vietory's eye is dameld today
y the gleam ofe a glory o time can decay ;
er leerning and saeane lihke the phonix arise
Prom the ashes of earth on thy winsp to the skies.
O eag a the Waithfl ! banner of might t
The s of our day, the staro our night I!
OGeles are thine that never may set,
Banner of lile in the kingdom of death!
Thea prem on, firmly on, ye valian and true.
The bright bow of promise now gladdens your view.
By the Ark of our laith. knesi down on the award
And fealty wer to the Flag of the Lord.
lFrom Our Own Correspondent.]
Deayni, February 24, 1874.
Whe impetus given to the Home Rule move
meat by the general election was very clearly
ase an Thursday night last, whben the Home
sule League held its first meeting after the
elose of the elections. The large ball of the
Aaelent Concert Rooms was literally crowded
to exee, in every part-platform, galleries,
and pit-while in the passages leading to the
building hundreds were vainly striving to gain
edmisson. Some twenty members ol Parlia
meat were present, add several of these-no
tably Mr. Batt and Mr. A. M. Snlllivan-re
e*ived a magnifiment ovation on making their
appearaee. One hundred and seventy-two
new members were admitted, amongst the
number being some doasn M. P.'s and about
ffty Catholio clergymen. Mr. Butt was the
principal speaker, and he delivered a powerful
and inspiriting speech-the chief points of
which were that a decisive majority of Irish
representatives was for the first time pledged
to support the demand for a national Parlia
meat; that the success of the Home Rule
movement was not imperilled by the great
Tory majority inasmuch as the policy of the
Home Rulers had from the very beginning
been pronounced to be that of a party which
would hold itself aloof from all political par.
ties and would help neither of the two great
English parties in anything; and that the
argument of ingratitude urged by the English
admirers of Gladstone against the Irish con
stituencies, was that of a master to his slave
and was an insult to the Irish people. Three
or four other members of Parliament spoke
afterwards, but the one who spoke best and
gained the most applanse, was Mr. Sullivan.
Indeed, he was imperatively called for from
all parts of the house and received a regular
ovation. As I am talking of the Home Rule
League, I may mention that another meeting
of this body took place at which fifty addi.
tional new members were admitted, and it was
announced that on Monday next there would
be still another meeting, at which Mr. Butt
would propose the institution of a national
roll of Home Rulers; on which roll every man
and woman in Ireland can get his name in
scribed on paying one shilling each. It is
calcunlated that in this way about thirty thons
and pounds at least will be obtained for the
Home Rule League.
The Conference of Home Rule members
suggested by Mr. Mitchell Henry, will be held
on Tuesday, the 3d of March. A circular re
questing such a conference has been issued
signed by Mr. Butt, M. P. for Limerick; Mr.
Shaw, M. P. for Cork county; Mr. Bryan, M.
P. for Kilkenny county; Mr. Blennerhassett,
M. P. for Kerry county; Sir John Gray, M. P.
for Kilkenny city; The O'Conor Don, M. P.
for Roscommon county; Mr. Ronayne, M. P.
for Cork city; Mr. John Martin, M. P. for
Meath ounty; and Mr. Redmond, M. P. for
Wexford Borough. Already answers have
bean received from more than half of the fifty
nine Irish Home BRulers, promising to attend;
and the meeting will take place in the counnoil
chamber of the Dublin Corporation, which
this day unanimously resolved to give the
chamber for the purpose. If the fifty-nine
attend and if they agree on a firm and digni
ea course of action, the Home Rule canse
may be won from the present Parliament; but
there is great doubt entertained on both points.
Mr. Gladstone, before he went out of office,
Alled up, after all, the vacant omfoe of Lord
Chief Baron, appointing thereto the Attorney
eneral, Mr. Pallee, who prosecuted the Gal
way priests and unsuccessfully contested Derry
some thirteen or fonrteen months since. Mr.
Palles i. In private ilfe a good Catholio and
will make a good and conscientions Judge,
though he was a bad politician. The Conser
ratives are wild because the filling of the office
was not left to Mr. Disraeli, who would bare
given it to a Conervatire lawyer. Of course,
they don't give this as their reason. They
talk, instead, of the impropriety of Mr. Glad
stone's making the appolnoment only two days
before be went out of oeice; as if Disraeli
would not have done the same thing under the
same circumstances. Hencek you may gather
that both Conservatives car really only for
ofafice and what they can mak& by it in hard
eash. All their ation is aonmated by this
"ai kIegala or legal matters re
ateds me that Lord O'Hagan sat as Lord
Chaneellor of Ireland for the last time on
Saturday last. The chancellorship being a
politiael olee, the holder of it goes out with
his ehief; and, accordingly, when Mr. Glad
stone went out of ofsie, Lord O'Hagan followed.
He was addressed in a brief speech on behalf
of the bar by the Solioiter-General, Mr. Law,
Q. C., M. P., who spoke in high terms of the
manner in which Lord O'Hagan had discharged
hie duties for the last five years. Lord O'Ha
gan replied in a few appropriate and touching
words, and then left the court, the whole bar
rising and cheering him. Lord O'Hagan was
the first Catholic Chancellor of Ireland since
the Reformation. Now that he is free from
the trammels of office, and has a pension of
£4000 a year, he may become a Home Ruler,
poesibly; for it is to be remembered that he
once advocated the federal plan and has never
recanted his opinions publicly.
Several election petitions have been filed,
and will probably be suoceasful. Mr. Shiel
(Home Ruler) petitions for the seat for Ath
lone against Mr. Ennis (Whig); Mr. O'Beirne
(Home Baler) for one of the seats for Leitrim
county, against Mr. Ormsby Gore (Tory); and
some Home Rule electors petition against the
return of Messrs. Herbert and Blennerhassett,
for Kerry county; and all those petitioners
are likely to have their prayers granted. The
Kerry petition has been presented with the
intention of having a fresh election and then
getting a fitting Home Rule colleague for Mr.
Blennerhassett; Mr. Herbert being an anti
Home Ruler and altogether a bad politician,
and having only slipped into re-election in the
hurry and confusion caused by the suddenness
of the dissolution. Had even another week
been allowed the electors, they would have
had a suitable candidate ready and they would
undoubtedly have returned him. Mr. Herbert
knows this well, and is quaking in his boots.
Other petitions are talked of, but they don't
possess much interest and are not likely to
come to anything. -
. The election closed with a splendid victory
I in Wexford county, Sir George Bowyer, Bart
(Home Ruler) and Mr. Keyes O'Clery (Home
I Ruler), having been returned by immense ma
jorities over Mr. Power (Liberal) and Mr.
SHalldare (Tory). The two latter are local
l1 andlords; one of them-Mr. Power-is a Ca
tholio and the son of a generous benefactor of
religion, while Messrs. Bowyer and O'Clery
are strangers-Sir George Bowyer being an
Englishman. Could any more cogent proof be
given of the strength of the Home Rule idea t
Sir George Bowyer is the eminent English
Catholic, who was formerly member for Dun
; dalk, and in that capacity acted as the cour
I ageous defender of the rights of the Holy id;
f Mr. O'Clery is a young Limerick man who
a fought sword in hand for the Pope and is the
I Secretary of the League of St. Sebaestian.
Lord Robert Montague is another English
Catholic who has found an Irish seat in Par
t liament. He was member for Huntingdon
a shire in England, but having become a convert
to the Catholic Church, he could not hope to
Sbe re-elected in his own bigoted land. But
having become a Home Ruler he was invited
t to contest Westmeath in conjunction with Mr.
P. J. Smyth against a member of the Liberal
i government who had voted for coercion and a
local Tory; and by the united exertions of
priests and people was returned by a majority
of more than six to one. Irishmen really do
a net care what a men's country or creed is pro
1 vided he is an advocate of native government.
J J. C.
An Outgrowth of Other Disease !
Catarrh sometimes exists alone, but is more fre.
G quently a symptom of other diseased conditions. The
following letter explains it :
COLLuaGWooD. Onondaga Co., N. Y., Jan. 25, 1872.
Dr. B. V. Pmsacs, Buffalo, N. Y.:
per SYr-Allow me to give ye a brief history of the
Seffetof your medicine alled "Golden Medical Dis.
Scovery "n my cse. 1 am now in my sevcnty-fourth
year. and naturally of firm constitution. Within the
last few years, from over-exercise, I have been afflicted
with a complication of diseases almost incredible to
reaste. In the first place Ctarrh. to a degree that, to
s., it seemed that my voice passed out at the ears. to
which was added its natural ally-Bronchitis; to which.
at no great length of time, were added Neuralrgia pains
in the head and shoulders and bloating of the lower
Slimbs, the moseet of which was sunperinduced by a torpid
state of the liver I had the advice of several eminent
physicians, and tried almost every known remedy for
such complant without relief A rapid less of atsength
and waste of flesh reminded me that x could not
Slong withstand the cobined force of disease which
wha fat beaing me sown. I gave up all businees,
made my wrll, had my gravestone placed in position
and lettered exoept dato of acit, and resigned myself to
mycouoehto rl events. Not long after this I saw
your advrtieement, proorted your remedie-am now
on the second half doe bottles of Golden Medical Disn
pcovery--have a good appetite, havers gained fifteen
pouna of flesh--no more talk out of my ears-no more
bloating of the limbs. can walk two or three miles with
ease. and feel that you have given me lease of ten or
fifteen years-subject, however, to the ratification of
the Court above. That you mey live long to do good
to suffering humanity is the sincere wish or
Your unknown friend, LurDTm COli.
We direct attention to the advertisement of
the Upper City tailroad Company, giving the names
of the orocers and the route, for which a grant of right
of warey has been granted by the City Council. Books
Iof subsecription to the capital stock are now In the
hndsr of the Directors and many other friends of the
enterprise, and also at the ofe of the company, No.
623 Magaslne street, just above Jackson street, in the
same building with Mr. T. McKendrick, gas fitter and
plumber. The shares are 6100 each, payable 50 per
Ssuent cash and four notes of 90 per cent each, payable
in three, six, nlne and twelve menthe-term so easy
that almost everybody can aubscribe to help along this
very important improvement. The offioers are all
gentlemen well known in our city, and will lend their
energies to the early completion of the road.
We have seen a list of some of our most pro
minent citlens who have tested Meguire's Remedles,
and certify to their excellence. Since their Introduc
[ tion here these medicines have been steadily gaining
I in popular estimation, and Messrs. Morriseon & Wed
ward, sole ageuts for the Southern States, No I Mag
sinestreet, corner of Canal, will take pleasure in ex
hibiting to all proofs of their superiority.
BzsT AND OLDrsT FAMILY MEDICINf.--:
ford's Liner nrtog~or-a purely Vegetable Cathartc
I and Tonic-for DIs)pepsla Constipaidon, Debility, Sick
Beadache, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of
Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Ask your Druggiat for it.
llcore Oc imioctions. mb3. ly 5ow
From Maine to California millions of chil
dren are wearing SILVER TIPPED Shoes. Why not!
they are the cheapest, and never wear through st the
toe. Try them.
F sals by a Dselers.
" Cathusa Tempe)ase Meovesats.
[From te Boston Pilot. I
In striking and seasonable contrast with
the sensational war on liquor dealers,
started by certain fanatics in the name of
temperance, are the great Catholic tem
perance movements which in all sections
are manifesting their power for real good.
In Ohio, where the spasmodic zealots be
gan and the reaction has already followed,
we learn from the N. Y. .brald that the
moderation and conservatism of the Cath
olie clergy in the religio-temperance cru
sade have been commended on all sides,
and the address of the Right Rev. 8. H.
Bosecrans, Bishop of Columbus, has been
generally and favorably commented on.
At the same time, the solid work of the
Catholic Temperance organizations of the
State is steadily growing. In New York,
on Feb. 23, the Annual Convention of the
Metropolitan Union showed gratifying
progress, and an address on behalf of the
cause was forwarded to the Holy Father. In
Philadelphia, Washington's Birthday was
honored by a grand demonstration of forty
-ye societies and about 10,000 men.
In New England from various quarters we
have interesting and important temper
ance work to record. The Massachusetts
Union, which has received a fresh stimulus
from the recently published letter of the
Pope, was never stronger or more efficient
in officers and members. This was illus
trated in the Suffolk County societies that
attended Father Hennebery's lecture is
Muslc Hall, on Sunday evening, let inst.,
and it was an inspiring scene when, at the
close of the lecture, the pledge was admin
istered to them in a body, many new ones
On the same day, in New Haven, Conn.,
all the Catholic congregations in the city
united in a public mass meeting in Music
Hall, to promote the abstinence move
ment as prescribed in the Catholic Total
Abstinence Union of America. All the
Catholic clergy of the city were on the
platform. Over 3,000 people were in and
around the hall. The Secretary of the
National Union, Mr. O'Brien, said they had
no faith in the woman's war. The union
had enrolled 50,000 teetotallers in the past
two years, and would enroll 200,000 within
the next two years. Societies of ladies
and children were organizing in the
churches on, the basis of the pledge and
the sacraments. Dr. Carmody formed a
ladies' society in the hall, and an immense
number of men also took the pledge.
From Bridgeport, Conn., we have ac
count of the largest Catholic temperance
demonstration ever held in that city which
took place on the 26th ult., this being the
second one within the month, and quite a
number signed the pledge. Temperance
Cadets are also organizing in various sec
tions. On every hand we see, that while
outside the Church, temperance agitations
are produging nothingbut mischievous leg
islatioi- and transient sensations; under
Catholic principles, relying on the grace of
the sacraments, they are extracting the
very root of the evil, and supporting the
movement with the moral fruits of religion
and true temperance.
Russia and the Polish Catholics.
A SHOCKING sTORY.
A correspondent from Russian Poland
writes to the (rcas, of Cracow, that some
serious disturbances have taken place in
the district of Chelm in consequence of the
attempts of the authorities to compel the
Polish peasants (who belong to the Roman
Catholic faith) to attend the services of the
Russian Church. At the beginning of Jan
nary the Imperial Commissioners called
together the villagers and informed them
that the Czar, having emancipated them
from their subjection to the landowners,
had now determined to confer A' liither
favor upon them by abolishing all Roman
Catholic practices in their churches, and
making the services conformable in all
respects to the Russian rite. They added
that the Czar trusted the peasants would
accept these changes with gratitude; but
in all the villages the unanimous reply was
that the peasantry want no changes, that
they will not have anything to do with
the Russian popes, and that they positively
refuse to attend any Russian services.
Notwithstanding this, the Russian rite
was introduced in all the churches on the
13th of January, the Russian new year.
This so provoked the peasants that in
some places they ill-treated the clergy and
locked up the churches, so that for several
days Divine service could not be performed
at all. At length it was determined to put
down the opposition by military force. A
fying column of two companies of infan
try and a seotnia of Cossacks was sent to
the village of Drelow, where a number of
peasants had collected from the neighbor
Ing villages to protest against the new
decree. Soon after their arrival the
troops escorted the priest to the parish
church, but the peasants surrounded the
building and refused to make way for him.
The colonel who commanded the column
then ordered his men to fire. They first
fired in the air, but finding this ineffectual,
a volley was sent into the midst of the
crowd. Three peasants fell dead, and
about twenty were wounded. The peas
ants thea"tacked the soldiers; nearly all
I the officers were wounded, a Cossack was
killed, and it was only after an hour's des
perate fighting that the troops got the up
per hand. The ringleaders in the struggle
were sent to the nearest town. and the
rest of the inhabitants of the village were
turned out into an adjourning field, where
both men and women were flogged, the
former receiving fifty lashes each and the
Slatter twenty. Similar fights between the
soldiers and the peasantry have taken
place at Kreczew Pratulin, and Szustki,
and the total number of killed and wound
ed was, according to the last accounts,
upwards of seventy. The peasants still
persist in their opposition to the intro
doction of the Russian rite, and nearly all
the churches in the district are either
closed or without congregations, the people
even burying their own dead in order to
avoid the necessity of attending a Russian
The new art gallery of Mr. S. Anderson, No.
151i Canal street, ia fitted up with every convenience
known to the business. and those who vilsit there wll
be delighted with the gems of art on exhbibilion, specl.
ruens of Mr. Ander.on's skill and proficiency. One of
the latest novelties is that .f making the impreacion
without the subject s knowledge, insuring a more life
like and satisfactory picture.
At Souby's photograph gallery, No. 2'20 St.
Andrew street, near Maguine, beantilf sand life-like
plcturesea be ebUained at very low prices.
WESTERN PROBUCE. LIQUORS. ETC..
SMITH & McKENNA,
e.s 85, 87 anA 85 Poeydr 8tret.
We have tl.atore, landing and to arrive
3500 HALF CHESTS N1W COOP TEA8,
comprising all grade. of Oolong, Imperial, Gunpowder,
Soachong and Japan. Having purchased the above
Tems early in December, 1875, before the recent large
advance, we are prepared to ehr them to the trade at
lower figures and upon equal terms with any honse In
thi United States.
Will be pleased to exhibit samples at any time.
JOHN GIBSON. S111 & CO.'8
CELEBRATED RYE WHISKIES.
We have in store a large stock of the ..bove cele
brated Whiaky, so noted for iets un irmlty and ane
avovr. It is highly recommended by be medioal fe
ulty, and for PURITY, we challenge investigatlen.
We are prepared to supply the trade either from dit
tillery or store apon the lowest price and terms.
SMITH & McKENNA,
85, 87 and 89 Peydras street.
CASTILE BOAP-CASTILE BOAP.
800 boxes choice Marseilles In store and for sale by
SMITH & McKENNA,
feSl Im 85. 87 and 89 Poydras street.
J T. GIBBONS & CO.,
GRAIN, CORNMEAL AND HAY,
57, 59,61, 63...New Levee Street...57,59, 61, .3
an3 73 iv Corner Povdras.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER,
85 and 87....Tchoupitonlae Street....85 and 87
Corner of Lafayette street,
raw ontsAcNs, LA.
Manufacturer of PALACE BOURBON and RYE
WHISKY, ALCOHOL, and all grades of RECTIFIED
WHISKY. a.d 731
HIBERNIA NATIONAL BANK,
47............C. CIP STREET... ..........47
P. IRWIN, Preeldent.
E. CONERY, Vice-President.
JOHN G. DEVEREUX. Cashier.
P. Irwin, E. Conery.
John Henderson, Wm. Hait,
Thomas Markey, Emile Gauche,
EXCHANGE ON LONDON AND DUBLIN,
payable in all parts of Ireland. for any amount fkom
i1 upward, sold at current rates. JsS5 74 ly
REMOVAL......................... REM...B OVAL
NEW ORLEANS SAVING INSTITUTION,
Incorporated in 1855.
This Institution has been removed to the new Bank
ing Housoe. No. 156 Canal street.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
SAM JONES. Jp., Treasurer.
L F. GENERES, Preseldent.
Dr. W. Newton Mercer, L. F. Generes,
David Urquhart, George Jonasu,
J. O. Gaines, T. A. Adam,
Carl Kohn Thomas Allen Clarke,
Christian Schneider, has. J. Leeds,
Saiml. Jamison. se7 em
PROFESSOR LOUIS BUCHHOLTZ recommends
himself to the public as TEACHER4 ON THE
PIANO. VIOLIN and BRASS INSTRUMENTS. in or
out of his residence, No. 6 ROBERTSON STREET,
near Canal. Also for PLAYING and FURNISHING
MUSIC FOR BALLS AND SOIREES at moderate
prices. mhl 3m
Sanitary Inspector, First District,
Corner of St. Charles and Delord Streets.
Office 114 Canal st.-Hours from 2 to 4 r. M. JaIl em
DR. MALONEY........... JOSEPHINE STREET
Corner of Camp street, (Late 203 St. Andrew.)
Gives special attention to saving of the natural teeth.
Artificial Teeth inserted with or without extractiag the
root. Pkroies within the reach of all.
Teeth extracted without pain. ocl9 73 1
G. J. FRIEDRICHS,
155.......... St. Charles Street.........166
my4 73 ly Corner Girod.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
50 ..............Camp Street............... 50
del IT Over the Germania Bank.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
M23 Carondelet street, Box 996 Mechanics' Exchange
Jobbing promptly attended to. oc 73 ly
J LINCOLN A D
REMOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS,
Omfe, 119 Robin street.
All communications should bO add ed to ]Bo ,
ehanic' andr Traer' Exchange, corner St. Charlre
and Grailer streets Now Orleans.
Oo'tnr ordre tresDptlwaetdad to. mh'8 74 ly
BOOTS AND SHOES-HATS.
L o--_- A HAT MANUrACTORY.
Jon FRIEL, PRACTICAL IIATTER,
(Succeneor to A aage ler.l
54........ ST. CHARLES tREET.............54
Near Granler street. New Orleans
Personal attention paid to all ordier. Keep. eon.
stentl- on hand a cbhoice aertment ef Sata no2 7' ly
FASHIONABLE HAT AND CAP STORE,
172 ...........Poydras Street............172
Bewtwm S.LCarlai and Camdelat., New Orlea.
Cou .5 eri b ldaraor neS.snt f lFB RATI
17tyLs B ma d .a.dm l u .. Ba T 7
o0 line, na IS I,
AT HOME IN THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT.
Soda Water, Mead and Pastry,
83............ t. Charles 8tre.t... .......83
Oppelte Commeoiral Alley.
I rpeotnyinf sm my trleis and the bblla that
havingretired fm the establiehments as. 7e St.
ObCharlo and Canal reets of which I wee oaie man
per, I hav l rt eand e rne d e omplete style
the old stand. 8B St rlwes .tet, undor Masoi Sa
busineess we ooulatrd bhmy w e" le, the late Hugh
MoComheoy, and mmeolL e. who all at the old
place will s cordially received and made to
FEEL AT HONE,
and may rest seured that every easee that capital
ead lang year of experience cane give will he put forth
o merit a renewal of the liberal patronage bestowed
In thee year when "MeClaekey's" w theo head
SODA. MEAD AND OOPrEE.
In alltn, I will oees eoneiangyoahat n es inet
CONGROS.E KISSINOIU nnd ViHY WATEEB
at FIVE CENTS A GLABS.
Will open MONDAY, Mareh SI, at 10 o'clack A. a.
mhl lm 8t S stCharlesstreet uder Maoic Hall.
Oflce, 116 Poydrae Street, Corner of Camp.
Capital Stok ..........................$500,000
Di at INTO
9500 SHARES OF I5(O EACH.
HOW THE STOCK IS PAID.
By a Bret payment of 50 cents on eachb hare, and
every eucceedo in eek thereafter a Pyment of S
centa on each shre. Thus It will be seen that the
poorest laborer in the commnnity ca subscrlbe forw at
leant five sharres; Inmuch as ue has hu to pay only a emaill
installment every week-.amounting to one dollar and
WHAT IT IS REALLY.
A GODSEND TO THE POOR The man who has
been for the greater part of his life ying rant out of
hise hard earned wages. may now rajoice at diocoverin
a way in which he may buy a bhouse for what he would
pay unt as rent to a landlord. It makee
A POOR MAN HIS OWN LANDLORD.
HOW THIS IS DONE.
A man, no matter how limited his means, eubecribee
for n certain number of haree. foe which he payo in
weekly snme of a small amount. He may have made
oal one payment. when be can borrow money to the
amoannt hie shares entitle him.
JUST THINK OF IT.
He may have paid only two and one.half dollar
(B! 50), when he can borrow a thousand; and the Aso
elation asksu him NO OTHEBR SECURITY bout a mort
gage on the house he boys with its money. Moreover
THE ASSOCIATION DOES NOT ASK FOR THE
RE-PAYMENT OF THE LOAN,
otherwlse than the paying In of the insetllment., to
whlch the Association adds a part of the profits dernved
fram lntereset and premlume-placing all to the credit
atf the parson taking the loan.
ITS SUPERIORITY OVER SAVING AND DE
It ie not liable to suspension, for it does not speculete
in QUESrIONAiLE PAPIR It has no Inierme.
diatoe in the shape of other etockholders who receive
all the proflte the peculiar feature of thle Asociation
sto each member being a stockholder and reeolving hl
portion of tLL profits.
A FACT DEMANDING CONSIDERATION.
There in no poor man in the community who, having
no property or unexceptlonal COLLATERALS can
borrow even a small amount of money-NOT EVEN
AT ANY PERCENTAGE. Nor can he, should he be
fortunate enough to do so, pay it back in emall sums.
Both these facilitles
THE N. O. HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION
gives to every man who becomes a member.
That it is founded on a subetantial banIs, and man
aged by upright and competent gentlemen, read the
The Board of Directors:
E SWEENEY, THOS C. WALSH,
E. M. BERMINGHAM. JOHN McCAFFRRY,
P. A. FINNEY, JOHN T. GIBBONS,
PATRICK BRADLEY, M. A. ALLEYN,
GEO. McCLOSKEY, J. T. PURVIS,
JAS. P. O'BRIEN, J. J. FINNEY,
E. SWEENEY, President,
TItOS. C. WA.SH, Vice President,
E. M. BERMINGHAM, Treasurer,
T. J. O'SULLIVAN Secretary.
COGAN'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
NOS. 19 AND 29 CANAL STREET,
And No. 9 Croesman Street Between Custombouse and
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
In the City of New Orleans, Within the Reach of
AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF.
Come and see our $8 50 BUSINESS SUITS.
Come and see our i9 00 Black Cloth SUITS.
Come and see our 16 50 Slue Diagonsl SUITS.
Come and oee our 750 Light pring OVERCOATS.
Come end see our 9 00 Black Beaver OVERCOATS.
Come and see our 10 00 English Melton OVERCOATS.
Come and see our 3 50 Cassimere PANTS.
Come and see our 4 50 Blue Cloth PANTS.
Come and see our 6 00 Black Doeekln PANT&
Come and see our 1 50 Cloth nnd Velvet VESTS.
Come and see our 9 50 D. B. Cassimere VESTS.
Come and see our 3 50 D. B. Silk VESTS.
Fine ligh Crown RATS, of nal colors, from 61 25 to
BOYS' HATS, from 5o. to St.
LINEN SHIrTS AND ENTS' UNDIRWEARI
TRUNKS, VALISES and SATCHELS,
At Prices Fifty Per Cent Lees than Usually Palid.
STATE LINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The following new, firet class, full-powered, Clyd-.
bult Scresw Sts ps_. areo intended to aei regularly
between NYEW ORLANS and LIVERPOL, an.
GLASGOW and IEW YORK:
LOUISIAINA. 000 tono register......Capt. Stewart.
MINNE SOTA, 9000 ton registear........pt. Imln.
ALABAM. 5400 tone reister... ap......... Fp F~lnt.
PENNSYLVANIA, 2500 tone reaiter ....Capt. lraem.
GEORGIA, 2500 tons reygiter.............Buildin-.
The Steamer, of this LLne will sail for
LIVERPOOL DIRECT, ose
every two weeks.
Wilt raecle ed man through bille of lang to dHrre.
Bremen, Hamburg, Intwerp, Itottordam, and all Con.
RETUR TICKETS issoaued, avatlable fo- TWELVE
MONTHS, at redued ratee, and Throege Tickete to
all parts of the United Kingdom end Europe.
A Btw~ardees and Sorgeon L attached to each stoamer
no chage md for attendanco and medicinee
Money-orders granted free of carge.
aPrepid Emigton Ticets laed here to parties
desiroue of sending for their friends.
These veesels crao the Bar at all tlmee witheat de
For Ifreipht or passa, ge having superior accommoda·
tions apply to
A. K. MILLER & CO Agent,
29 Carondelet street, ew Orleans.
SNo. C Chapel street, Liverpool.
LEWIS T. ME]rEOW & CO..
Ne. 5 Great Clyde ret, Gi w, Head Odao and
AND DIALUR IN WINES AND LIQUOl
Corner ContI and Roman Streets,
maw onuiim. "
Gooed delivered free of &,ryage. al I
HOYT & WILCOX,
NORTHERN AND WESTERN PRODUC
BUTTER AND CHEESE,
82 ...... Tchoupitoolau Street ...... 8
Corner Iaesyett Sero.
HOYT & WII.OI
BUTTER & OHEEEg.
150 Orkin .ul.cted GeOsea Be.
100 BUkln fIr beebl ke ltor.
1 kela helbe @ieasa luiesr
lit0 ies s (10 B rams) Ialllvlm a
lo0 rl h bel oee "lellow ati'
8o0 hko obeo Isells Walel
850 boe obele Now te
HOYT & WILCOX
o - SUNORIE
1800lbo SuisCrond Sbeuedeos.
100 bera Ceorn Stebh.
00 ben. Stlew Cls.
50 bhle eobr While aWine
meabet Peare .
.. haTl eor. bllo SPoen
Seowo ]flten MrIre--.
Bef end New York BroSe1
Cboloe Small Now York ame.
50 bbl new Oareen Pea.
50 bbl now Dried Apples.
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IN BTORE AND FOR SALE BY
HOYT & WILCOX,
no30 5m No. e3 Tchoopitoelse strct.
E. Conery. . Coney, Jr.
E. CONERr & 8ON.
Commission Merchants and Dealers in Westerm
CORNER OF CANAL AND DELTA STRBIII
no23 3 7ly NrW ORZLJns.
M. J. & D. D. O'BRIEN,
DEALERS IN CORN, OATS, BRAN AND HAT
32 Peters Street, (late Now Levee,)
Between Oravler end Popras,
oc5 73 ly =sw oLEz ua.
J. THOMSON & BROS.,
Carriage and Spring Wagon Makers,
68 and 70......Rampart Street...6..68 and 70
Between Common and Oravier.
BReelved Hghest Premiums at State Fair of 317l, 3I1.'
and 1873 for best Family Phaton. Victoria, Open
and Top Buggies. Beer Wagon, Grocer's
Wagon, Express Wageo, etc.
Being practical workmen, and mployLa*th-an a r es
te bet meobanlee, wo are prepared to ___ __ _
or repair Carriages, Buggies Sprni'` W 0ot. 01
refer to malny busiu me n a tbo city ingo veLdM "
oar manuhfture. AlU work gLarsanted. f MIa "
W. F. CLARK,
(sUCCcuaOR TO A. Wao,)
134 and 136.....Rampart Street......134 and 136
Between Toulous and St. Peter,
- Manuracturer of all kindof -
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Express Wagons, Platform and Elliptio Spring
SEWING MACHINE WAGONS, ETC.
Raosived the FIRST PREMIUM st the Lo.jlata
State ailr of 1871 for the beet Victoria built esy.
ItPORIrE AMND DEALE IN
Carriage, Wagon and Cart Materials,
Springs Axle, Bolts. Ready Made Weea, Buggy
Bodies, Wood Work, Trimmagse,
PA INTS AND VARNISHES,
SARVEN PATENT WHEEL,
Carriage and Wagon Maker and Nepalrst'
BALESROOM, NO. 74 CAEONDELET ST..
Factory-Ne. a Carron street,
see ess saw orazass.