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Slist, Iprs ye,* tea iend o ldm qalat., awe*nOstery of tO ags golden Rehearsed in trdest rhyme. et hides the tale a teaching pure sad tender, bids eash beart a tearful tribuse reader .'ea la our colder time.' he sweome midnight, silent. 'aLtad solemn., oag cr at"ly etruet and arab and column Iaihpead oly's beset. " ewhee tbhe"ive4sar." eeruaely ahinlng. ed ote PW . thi a. Love's eanshrlain g. tdden and spart. -aeanesamer~. broke the alleace haly, gra reteod mnkes were bowed it worship lowly WithMa tat radiloance dim " dle dly dlept the whrldly throng unheeding ' the lose midnight rome thir blended pleading And sweetly ehanted.bymon. o strain was hashed in sudd-n fear and wonder- . de dew the door, Its feat'ning wrenched aeualr By Sree and freaned blougs giant man stooed, framed within the portal -rent he seeoamed, with anaeish more thaa moste With wild sapernal wee. ahther Abbot, aeI ak basbrt'eal viloe dred my eaul bath well nag riven xte prlaeo wI etelay" * Abbot o eeme, myt on. to ar thee • t ) 't es e . , I fear me, Thus 'igh bha delay." Slther, here let all my sine be spoken thu with ahamh t~e sanghty spirit brokeq. hnd erashed the stubborn will. ' , wee my admes, sad lend be their revealiaj; e ceaoer-wound must needs have sharpest healing 4 To wave.re deadlier ilL" e sinner knelt to self absement lowly, d told ble woes before theeo watchers holy. Seoth. 'twas a fearful tale, feel, o dark that pleture, penance-painted, sll might those simple hearts, by guilt untaLted, With shudddlng b hrer quail. at horror changed to rev'esen deep and teadpr t kneeling form seemed garlanded with splidor, and by its side they saw figure fair, so robed in damallng whiteness t scaree their g sn could bear the Taber brightness That fille I their aeoul with awe. he crimson wreath. like ruby Jewels gloaming, wed robere that brow, now thus divinely beaming, A thorny garland wore ; o wounded hand bestowed its tender bleasing, ad one unto His Sacred Heart seemed pressieg The open scroll it bore. nd on that scroll the list of foul transgreeslon. t each clear weod of penitent confession, WazOe ever faint and dim, ill every line of that so dismal tracing. y Love's command and Sorrow's skill effacing . Fled from the record grim. nd when, at last, the wofol tale weepoken, Tnd died the volce In sobbing murmurs broken, The gemmed brow bent above, he nail-rent hand rtceaved the tear-drops shining, Ith fondest care the priceless pearls enshrining Within Its clasp of love. or the dark list it poured the rain of brightness, l all one gleam of fair, resplendent whiteness Was now That dismal scroll; nd then they knhe, thesoJoyful watehers holy, ow contrite tears and self-abasement lowly Had cleansed that guiltly cal. d I not rightly of this legend olden hi quaint, sweet story of the ages golde- Though told in rudeea rhyme, veals it not a teaching pnre and tender, at bids each heart a tearful tribute render E'en in our colder time ? h, grant me, Lordeuoch gift of true contrition, aL be then near, my seal's benign physician, To seothe it eSioeby fears; ith Thy dear head blot out my dismal story. coding Its record with the oleanslng glory Of my repentant tears. MAnir • Having heard the above legend related by as slc neat Paulilt yather. during one of their reoent mit. ions in this oly, and being much struck with the utliul lesson therein contained. I have ottempted- dely enough-to render into rhyme this eweet and ender story of the Ages of Faith. i. Interesting Letter From Kisasippl. BISHO ELDER' IiMISSIONARY LABORS. Under date of Holly Springs, May 24th, V. W. A. writes the following letter to the ouisville Catholio Advocate: Perhaps you have already learned, from ur local papers, of the preseno, here of ur esteemed Biebop, Right Rev. William enry Elder. The Right Rev. Bishop arrived here on aturday and preached that night to a fall hureh. On the following Sunday, at High sas, he delivered an able discourse that as well received by Protestants as well atbolics, dwelling at some length upon the ersecution that our Holy Church is 'bow uffering in Germany and ober countriesr I nad pinting out tbihe heroism manifested y thse noble-hearted German people for heir faith, submitting to imprisonment and Ixpatrtation, the confleation of their churches and inshetitutions of learning rather than renounce the faith of their" tthers. his ame German nation that conquered, an les than a yesr,-the mighty French Em pare, hb8 bee, strenousoly exertling; its very power against the Holy Catholio I hurch for more than two years without uccees. This, in itself, the Right Rev. ishop maintained, was an evidence of the uconquerable power and grace imparted y the Holy Spirit to the children of God's atbolic Church. On Monday night our people who em raced the opportunity (and they were a) ,were highly entertained and edified 1 -ur worthy Bieshop, who explained the a arament of Penance, as understood and I i ught by the Catholic Church, at the same I ,beeexpposing and exploding the false and a urdu notions entertained by those out- i dothe Cnhurch in referenceto this Institu- C tonf Grace. Many Proteatants were -e Among them we recognized Rev. Irller, of the Baptists of this eity, who I is leealy become somewhat notorious by a leders published in a' Baptist paper, eudhstory of the Catholic Churbch in a oeraI and the Catholic doctrine of Porga Oyi tainticnlnr. The words of the Right a heir Bishop, which were remarkable for Sthorhce and perspicuity, were listened and roughout with nuabated attention, profit doubt will redound with Infin8oite ipresoto some of the many hearers, who, I o.r. o ith.aw,' eagerly listened to the I tlrs. 01 truth as they emanated from his olTday night was devoted to an ex* • a olOu of the Holy Eucharist. The lan- I g o the Right Rev. a op on this eo wen luocd, hbllm.and logical as ,to leve.n. room for a des ir Thbomas. "_bWC'oslke .%tS (t10thl ~d Presene In tLf Zaebadt),.said Bligb Rer.:Blsbehop, '"&ees ase tb sCatholle be It, and weikaow asheannot e Chrt promsp nd vwed to bei' her all days, even 6 lý 4 dbi time. ,ke asdy she 8ac*en -"asd teIbhin5 eft the Catholle has add n are ahandaed to the hoe e f deo r, dstpeW and etsmi death." . eio . dndy pghbe te Bis lectured' toe colored people wht , large, bled to bear and 1gt, bad eaO a Vli, explauonsAgtveure n by 1the devotions ceremonies andt Catholid Church, Many approvlpg am meats have we sillQe heard fronl. me of those colored people who beard tM simple truth fall from the lips of tbe learned Bishop. The remarksef one of these im pressed nsldeeply. He laid, 'I bave-beew tryipg to save my soul for ten years, buat I hi qd_ more ,gospall.to-night .than I didu'rg all that timse" Qn:.. f.aneotqr.we bhve beard these simple, trutlbft etds: ' thldk- that the Bishop talkedilke he kn what be were talking about3' -Tdly. 15 Catholie Cherhb' teaches w.ith auhlority, and that authority is appprt to gil rho desire to seek the truthca4 pray for grace to ond It. This visit w' rticlarly pro ftable to some of our P I friends, as the lectures were all of ,' slanatory eharaster, exposing th teadb of the Catholo Churhob. thereby removing the error and prejudice n the minds of those utside the Chuc, which have been fos •tered by misrpresentation or utter igno ranbe. But its peedar advantage is the pracical reselta it bas accomplished. All, or nearly all, here approached the Sacra mente of Penance ad Holt Euobarist. This is a blessing Of inestimable value, qd. the lessons of truth, wisdom sad Christian. fortitude taught by the Right Rev. Bishop will ever be remembered by the Catholics of this place. The Lihop left on Thursdy' for Corinth, accompanied by the prayers and good 'ishes of the faitbtfl. HRe leaves ns in charge of Rev. 'Father Oberti-a young prieis, whom he recommended highly foAr his seal, devotion and piety ; but he deemed it properisxreaove to a new field of labor that most exemplary priest and pastor, under whose zealous charge the Catholics of this place have been fer the peat't ree years-Rev. Philip HIIber--wbo goese. Tlasoo City. We are sorry to lose such a solleo Father, but we believe his removal is f the advantage and promotion of God's Church, and we reverently bow with a spirit of obedience and submission to the change, and accept with grateful hearts the pastorship of Rev. Father Oberti. The people of Yazoo City are indeed fortunate in obtaining such a meek and zealous priest as Father iHber to administer to their spiritual welfare. May the God 6f peace, truth, and wisdom, direct, guide, and govern his steps, move ments and teachings is the ardent prayer of truly yours, w. w. A. Beat Cordova coffie, parched or ground. 35 cents per pound, atthe Tea Depot, b Camp .treet. The Chicagolribune devotes considerable space to the report of a sermon of Rev. F.ther Patrick W. Riordano. pastor of St. James' Church, on last Sunday week, and lands it editorially. The subject of the discourse was "church funds;" and the Rev. pastor is represented as assuming a rather radical attitude as to. the manner of raising them. If the system adopted by Father Riordan could be made to work in all places many blessings would flow from its General acceptance; but, unfortu nately, there are few places in which his programme can be carried out. The Rev. pastor appealed to his cong egatibn for fundsato build a plain brick church of larger dimensions than the miserable frame edifice they at presentoceepy. He had succeeded in collecting by donation during two years $10,608, and had saved out of his own pri vate perquisite,. baptisms, marriages, masses, etc., $10,852,18 over and above the cost of his simple living. This amount he gave back to the church, the savings of four years of rigid economy. He told his peo ple that if they would build their church it should be built without the aid of lotteries, fairs, picnics, concerts or other amuse ments ; that if they desire a. new church on their $25,000 lot they would have to give to God without any gilding of the pill by whbedling themselves with the conviction thaf they' were paying for a mere social pleasure; that he would not go to any man to beg a cent; but tfat he would do everything which a priest should do, save and economise the funds that they gave him without personal solicitation. If on the other hand they did not choose to build their church in this .manner they could remain where they are in the little wooden rookery. It would be pleasant for all pastors could they build churches on this system, but, un(ortunately, in many needed cases they are unable to raise enough funds on this or any other system, and they are very few indeed who can lay by enough to par chase a few books, much less to donate *10.000 to their chuarches. It is notorioop that priests' salaries do not average 5001 per annum in this eonotry.--Louist'ille Ad vocate. Gobshen butter at 30oc. asndgood batter at ~Se. a pound, ast John L. Lavelle's groeery, S21 Dryades straeeL Butter and ts at all times a specialty. A LaIE. PRESERVING CANNON I3ALL.-A cannon ball is preserved is the treasury Department, in Washington, which de serves to become historic-if cold iron ean be said to deerve anythiog. It weighs twenty poounds, if our recollection iscorrect, and is a plain, roaugh shot, with an iron ring attached toit. In a storm which oc curred on the coast of New Jersey, many years ago, it was thrown from a mortar, with a liine fastened to the ring, and, pass ing over, fell beyond a ship which was stranded and in flanger of going to pieoes. The line was tied to a cable on the shore, and the shipwrecked people drew this in and fastened it tothe vessel. On this cable a life ear was passed backward and for ward from the ship to the shore, by which means two houndred lives were saved. The ball was hauled in and retalined: It was subsequently sent to the headquarter3 of the Revenue Marine department, where it has sinee been carefully preserved, and where it is always regarded with much in terest by the people who are inforpled of its history. It might have sunk a a"aentgy four" and never been heard from. SODA WATLRR-IIDT-ETC. LAD: Nw I0N OIA* SALOON. sadw ý M A A g I +eo fitel ape saloon foter WsseUsi Sr owae. where the orf too Cream will be mweL lrws$ ama "noih ~tteeton sl be JML i. `a U $ST. CULRLZS STREST will be dsqe. umbevlPASTRY. SODA WATER, Witt H MIN a. aL WATERS La She dtp ewes YMOLOSKUT. is 3m II CeasL and A3 0s Obuh streste. FA.u05* ,BALLAQua , Tom Is HNlmsWIOnoe Eore I aga o n resumed ug old pofelsion, as menu. aEc XOELSIOR ROME-MANE CANDY. TerDAW l2 ew aoe meaoY·tof LPASTY, I will be happy to see my oa rneedd and RIetee to the weant of the pubblie genetl yite .el4e110d, and prosptl and oetefaui attende THOS .. GRIFFIN'~, PmPlO Sc Corner Roeblea and Dauphine syeeel. ELICIOUS SODA WATER a5D FRESH FRUIT SYRUPS A? Cor. St. Chart . Avenue pd Wehilngtod St. my* 40 MLtMR & DIELMLK, 50, 52 and 4 Uoa0I at~lw~teet, Steam Candy -apufabtruers, WIOPOL ZSA OO1rPAITQBRa IMPROTID LEYON SUGaR put tp is sIIS& sgle glaee. jar h will nee for eers. 3rRUfl STEUPS of an hiads: ale. o re Uellfolaia ",IWR and BRANDY, at vry low palow. "IMPORTES ONa CIGARS. I xiea onT mB a~ aatidm IEDiCAL lADVERTISEB ENTS. TO SUFFERERS WITH BEUMATIIM, SGOUT AND NEURALG1~L In view of the numberlees suffraes amleted with the ,above painfal malales, I feel tndueet to oafr to the publio myANTI-RHEUMATIC MIXTURE. Ofble medida proves to be the osd suesesfl remedy. relis, for i t hlmest aways give t oats. t I and in· . met oae e permanently otred h e During the tletxteen ears have he ds of poerons in this city a nd StaB, and d thotbsee n-lue my oeparation recovered -- of bet en boeis. Snld the patient not .tar reet fad e eaD relief after th ne se of e that e peSon Is undoubtedly not oorerin a of the abeve disaseee. Is I but one year I dt lC dvertidoug this remedy, although I hesosed the ame for over ixteen yeas with the o atlfaton rT ulte, and js has now acs Roired snuob a wideapread reputation that convinces te moethae e its rive powrer. Oe the tmay theoesrde who have booeu ored, I will ouly refer to followtr well.bLown eiseens of our city, who have a siged the following card: We, e asundersl ed reeidento of the cy of New Orleans, have uedMr. W. L. JurgelewTica ANTI RElUMITIC MIXTURE, and havo toned that it really poasemed the mediTal wirtne. as stated in the above advertlaemet, and theteire do malt cheerfully recammend the sme to the afflicted Jrace Regan, owner of livery etable. No I14 Baronne street; Stephen Ktranu corner Annuecitiuon and Wauhington streets: Charlse Roamer, proprietor of saddlery store. No. 99t Toboupitoula sthnee; A. Guth, owner ol baker!. No 51 Fulton street1 Charles Buhler, !cer corner lien. Taylor and Magasine streeta; Capt. Sod Ilobineon. NO. 410 Rampart street: Mrs. Adnn I0ero. No. 388 Camp street; D. J. Wickoes, No. I16 St. Andrew street; Caps. WVm. Ulilborne Harileon. No I469 Dryades :.treet; ugese Erathb, owner of Pelican Brewery. N 1.82 Vifllere street; George Stenernagel, io. 188I Villere street; W. A. Kowalaki, No. 103 Tobon pitoule etreet; Jean Durentin. No. O5 iaLennie streot; Capt. James A Sllveater, No 341 tit. Charles etreet; Mrs M. J. Bran mldwUte, No. 381 Magazine atreet; MI.. -. bhebrandt, midwile. No. 394 Camp street; H. H. Finegan, chief gouaer. United States Uu-tombonue; O. F. Thieeman, grocer, No. M6 agaains street. For ese by . L. JURGIELEWICZ. Druggist, Cot. agsalno and Thalia t. Now r Oileenn, La Price $ 50 par bottle. mv2l5 'y p , L. CUSACHS res Removed his Drug Store to 37 ............. Royal Street .............. 37 Between Bienvlle and Cuntomhonse streets, One Block from Canal street. where he will, as heretofore, oeetinno his well-known. business of Importation of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ESSENTIAL OILS, DISTILLERS', DYERSI AND TANNERS' my-" mIr MATERIALS. Etc. PROFCSSIONAL CARDS. DENTIST............ ........ DENTIST JAS. S. KNAPP, D. D. , 15.............Baonno e Street.............15 my3 21 ly _ New Orleans. G. J. FtIEDRICHS. DENTAL SURGEON, 156.......... St Charles Street.........66 my9 75 ty OorneiGtrod. DUABLE DENTISHTRY. Dr. J. H. MALON RY. oornea Josephine and Camp street.n near Magat. . Market. respect.fully rforms his patients and the public n general that hef performeg atl operations appertalning tohie profelsion in the mess cleb.lflo manener. Artificial teeth ooerted, with or withoutb stracting the roots on anoew plan. Old sets of teeth remordeld, and a perfet adaptation assured. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of uas or hobioroform. Cbharges reasonable. des? 74 ". . LANCA.STrg. ATTOBNEY AT LAW. 127 ...........r. rvier Street........... 17 dot ly Next to Pric Current Offiast CISTERN. MAKERS. P. A. MURRAY, Cistern Maker, 191.... Magazine street .... 191 (Betwwen Juli5 and St. Joseph.) DirLo AwLDnD 3 187AD W 187d3. Cisterns madeto ordr and repaired. All work warranted. A lot sat Ci trnus. from a O100 to J,000, gallons made of the best malerial and workman. ship, kept constestly on beand and for sale at prioss suit the times. Orders pespShly atrended to. mhl4 75 lv CISTERN MAKER, a Corner of Franklin and Erato Street.. A The Oldest Establishment In New Orleans. . A lot of New Clsterns. made of the best material and workmanshibp, kpt eonstantly on hand, and for sale st prfieos to snlt the times. fte 75 1 J. A. NERNAN & THOS. WHITE, PRAOTIOA4, OILDER8. 106 Constod bk teet, near Royal, Looking Gassu end PlItaro Frames, PSlat end Or. tal. made to order. BReglding done In the rv be style. Oil Paintlngs restored, re.llned, oleeanod nd vatnished. aviolg a buasies experienoe of nearly forty rears in this alty, they hope to give stlisctio. to their cusoete . et only 1In the opnt or quallty ob tbheir work. bqttalk tn thi 1 medS .e ehrlges.o N. B.-The p.ronn5 of the trade solicited. tkhret decoration nd oil ~. promptly t ocuted. denorelon a3O74( pg INSURANCI COMPANIES. ýWl '= ANNUAL STATNMENE CRBICENT MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 15w Onsawi.may ap o174. p'orr sei e...... ............. go _ he T teem. i...m....it... t e41t4i th ae psa4 m I ,fl l. lseasrae d r Oa .a$t. . . . Ir44.. 47 Taw ý I tho n-iwing M os ttiIbu, toes Inter. et~ sIt e........... ......3705 33- 214t.54 55 Leea I Saterpelg 10 per cent l ntrset P , ne Vate Pe,81 mai, Loaee. aend at r ollags... iS t9e 38-4 as, 641t4 "RetKSlL· ...... .........·... Emile G4ache. City toads bank and other stooks........ 10h,51 JO PremiumPe in course of collectio, uesl pele aou et ............................ 14 ii Total s .............................. 10,3. 101 The above stetsass is a tree sad corroct transcript f the ookse of the co ~ a y.A S p sot oman v.or h at. Sortee th ere. Swon to her subeoribed obefore mtis 9i4 day of Map, isi. WM a. HOLIYS. The mad of Trestse reati d e the .,amen chter a sobe ate to reast o ee Cto o nOe t he reuad r t dividenda o o T tbePA cas bapeld in o H esa H and alter s te 14t dp of Jun amne to eso oartiestioring with the company Owase 4 onv dae A . -e. es A d ". Ad ams. i B Newman. John Pbelps Adam Thompoa. Henry Ahmlma m, P N Strong. Viewe Moaer. Joseph SewUng, Cdw J Gay. John aM Seldlde, fietn Heebeoim, Simoelorcheimer, Joseph B Wolfe. B BPalt. dr P/morl . John Z ing, !ed'hk Camerden, J L Hanris, Andrew Stewart, Josepb Stone, Hoorn martin Aifrrod Moulton, Ge W A tel, dwa d alls, NeJt Orleas M ·0y 4, tf HIBERNIA INSURANCE COMPANY, OBioe, No. 37 Camp Street. JOHN HENDERSON, President. P. IRWIN. Vie P lresident. THOS. F. BRAGG, Secretary. At an lection held on Monday, the 3d inst., the following named ogentlemen were ,hoen Diroetor of this Compeny to serve for the esuing year : P. Irln. John Henderson, Tha Markey, Thomas Ring. B. a. O'Brien. John 0. Ryan, Thee. Gilmore. W. J. Catell., John T. Gibbons, J. A. Gardner, WIlliam Hart. . Canery, Jr. t mIle Gauche. And at a meeting of the Board, held May 10Oth, JOHN HUNDERSON, Esq., President, and P. IRWIN, Esq., Vice-Prerdent, were unanimously re-elected. The Board declared out of the net profits of the Company for the past twelve nxonths 10 per cent in tereet; also 5 per cent dividend on the paid up capital, and 20 per cent dividend on piemlume paid by stock holdlers-said interest and dividends, under the amend ed charter, to be placed to the credit of the stock notes. Interest and dividends on full paid stock to be paid in cash at the office of the Company on and after July 15th nuet. THOS. F. BERAG. Beeretary. New Orleans, May 21. 1875. myr3 75 ly QOFFICE OF LOUISIANA EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COIIPANY. Ad annual eleetlom for Directors of this Company wa held on Monday. April "19, tl73. The following grtloeio constitute the oara: . Thomeson, Hearl brham, David Wiler . J. B. Camors, H.J.oe, B. T. Walshe, W. Handeorsu, . A. Tyler, ..o A. Pamdi.k, J. W. Stose. Alex. Marks. B. H. BHrgge, W. B. BSchmidt, Zebh L Adams. Che. Chfeu J. H. Laliadl-, John Hederson, Ja. L Day. Jr. H. Faitocild, Senry K. Payne, s. B. Newman, John H. Piks. At the annunl meeting of the Board of Direiors, baid on Monday, May , theo following ooers werel seoted or the sassng ye as SAMUEL MAi l15o TODD, Preaident. WE. . S:fHKIDT Vice Pesident. WILLIAM HR.DkLi4) N. Secretary. WILLIAM NDEBRSOI, Secretary. New Orleans, May 4. 15r5. amyl lm THE FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPAN Y OF NEW ORLEANS. Office, Corner Camp and Gravier Streets. INSURES AGAINST FIRE ONLY. This Company ie now ready to take isks againet Loe or Damage by Fire. I. N. MAREKS, President; T. PRUDHOME, Vice President; it. It. LENNERS, Secretary ; JAS. BOYCE, Inspeetor. sOARD Or DIRiCrORS: Jacob Alexander. Leon Bertoll, John Filapatnek, U. Taylor .auche. I. N. Mark. Wade. Marks, C. Sporl Wi. Swan, L. A. Wiln, B. Wormana, L. B Cain, F. Dadeshdfer, Cea Hemard. A. M. ILseaoso, T. Prnodbomme, B. M. Pond, Otto Tbomn. OGeo. Waters. mbl4 3m TEUTONA INSURANCE COMPANY oP NEW ORLIEANS. Oioe, No. 36 Camp Street. Insure Fire, Marine and River Risks at Lowet a.tee. Aseats...... .....................s8s4o 8 1. EIIER BADER. Preiden, c H ENGBTELD, Vie Pseeadeai R o~e¶ e. Ny aEiler. Sigmond State, SH Kallor.s. J Rgeider. Louis Leonhard, Theeo Llienthl, C H MOller, F ackert. Frank Roder. LenInBcselider, W H B anmldt. ao' 76 I4 BOOTS AND SHOES-HATS. GIMBEL'S UPPER CITY BLUE Boot, Shoe, Hat and Trunk Store, 578 ...... Magazitne Street ..... . 57 Sg of the Lady's Boot--oppo.itW the Mrket. Keeps constantly on hand LADIES', GENT'., MISBES' AND CHTLI)DRN'8 BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITER.S, of every descrlption. . All kinds of Boot. and Shoes made to order Io the ltststyles. Ea egaooe, nutned ad duranblity are strictly obr In tbI manufaotar, of Lles, (lent.'. Mlsees .d Children's Boots, bhoee sad Gaiter. Country orders seklted and promptly attended to. LOUIBs N ~HAT MANUIACTOET. Jonw FRLar, PRACTICAL HATrrR, (SucceMeor to A. ) 54............. ST. CARtl3S h Tlt .... 5..4 Near Grs-e street, N Otleaw a. P al attentoen paiJ to H K eo. r 'Uy Oa hand a boolo aesortm of Hats. ap4 2m -MOBILE LIFE INSURANCE COM4PANY, OP MOBlLB, ALA. : ORGANIZED JUNE, 18.71. A VIGOROUS AND PROGRESSIVB " HOME INSTITUTION," ISSUING POLICIB5 ON ALL THE NEW AND IMPROVED PLANS. Before Insuring Your Life ewhere, Examine Into the Life Endowment and Other Plans of Policies as Issued by this Comyany. MAURIOS MooARETY. President. JOHN MAGUIRE. Vice-Prooldoat. H. x. ]rrEND, sersear. SHEPPARD HOMANS, Aetuary. Person desring lasuramoe, or these wiehiag to set as Agets, will please addres H. M. XIEND, Sek.aruy, rmy30S 75 t U .-la-i READ! READ! READ! GREAT DISCOVERY! NEW JERSEY LIQUID ENAMEL PAINT COMPANY, t MANUFACTURERS OF "BRADLEY'S PATENT." Made from Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc. Mixed ready for use. Can be applied by any one. One gallon coters twenty square yards, two coati. READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS, pYre D. J. Foley, E.qo t/ Arm uf D. J. Fo. Bro. In opl t, and ekllful worLkmea to app ty o She Eaqm d Co.. Baltiuorr, and brotheu r a Bihsop riey, of Paint will prove invaeiable,s Is Lisoy rsesd. Chicago: aFba ond con be Hied by any one eosgc duion ebrar o 1873e0. rugmedt. Wil proe 1li mo Ioors e s~ed. LEL Dnsireag Mr. C. P Klalght. No. 3 W. Lombard street chuohe d L ol wor will proe weoe. Dear Sir-In lepiy soyoUr inquiry roile to th S d snoULbo ua etI wpov voa7 oeOesm(j merits of your *Liqid EnaseIl Point" (Bradley's P-. cover Swenty _otus yard, g two oiea. OOr tent). I wlla, itha been anearli two years nluo I rends4 may reay ive Statrial witolut fer ofmsp. puroubaed the paint from you an, so far as I am able politmenot.-Th Catholic Mlrror. (Hdmibd Sam lojndeo, it looks equally a w wel s when Art applied, the D oe. of B ld m e..J " - - and I heorfUlly can recommend it to tbhose who need painting done. ors truly, D. J. FOLEY. rrom PAt y Iaydu triAja ced/or Bey. Nasa BEATIOUa, MD., MaOk I, 1574. A RarvoLUTion i ouse PAINrmo -The advertisae. Mr. IP Knight ment of tho New Jersey Enamel Pains Company has Do r Sir-I take great ploeanro in sknowleodgng bon some time o ouroolamns. end It may seem strange that the Paint bo soad us wor of a supeaoie qnIT. that it Is onlytoday we oali special attentlon to it. One We usoed our coat o a whitewashewd w, whblo. reason for thbls i that we do not like to roecommend a dos.d most admirable eLffect We think ji evey noew thing unles we know it Sl good. Wo wore plased obhp article, and chberftlly lod ySou our tesilmoai tofind that the aent, Mr. C. P. Knlgbht, w of our to pread far d near to totify to the public of whatU way of thinking, and wished, above ell. that the pitnt we know to be to their odvteageo, when th.y we to should bo toted. so that thbo editor could give bison havethelrwalls, or woaod work. ,eto ,madebeaatlfsi ocioeoot, opinion of its merits. Having had this test st a compuaratively small ot t. It h cheap"u s a made In oun household, we have no belitanoy in saying mot bauntiful and doreble paint, we helie. ataat. that the Enamel Paint comeo up folly to all that is Wishing tbhe "Bradley Patent Enamel Pldat" ill ho claimed for it. In the country. especially, where It Is soese it Justly deserves, I au, diffllonlt to procure the aecemary ingredients for mix. Yoour respoetfully' Bo. ALrxtI's, Director. ' Specimen Cards furnisbed gratis. Liberal induoements offTrod to theb trade. C, P, KNIGHT, mhel m Sle Gene O ral Agent, 9(i Weot Lombard Street. Beltimore. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. WM.1H. SHEPARD, No. 108 Comp Street, .o PATENTED OOTOBER 13, 1at4. It is the only machine in the worM which TAKES UP THE WATER WITHOUT A CLOTH OR SPONGE. a It CLEANS and DRIES THE LOOR with won. derfal rapidity, and without kneeling, stooping or put ting the hands into dirty water. It changes mopping the moat disagreeable of domes tic work, into a short and extremely easy task. IT IS DURABLE-made of the very best material, aend warranted to give universal sat sfaction. For sale by Staufoer, Maoeady & Co., Rice Bros & Co, W. C. Shepard & Co., Samuel E. Moore Briggts, Payne & Co., Schmidt & Zeigler, and many others. paHIL. WERLEIN Sells at LOWEST FIGURES and on BEST TERMS THE BEST PIANOS MADE, - Snob as - The Peetles. "CHIOEBsING." The Mathless "DUNHAM." The Opera Pavorits " WEBER." The Boudeir "PLETEL,' The Low Pilced "HALE" and "GROVESTEEN,' And others. Also, ESTET & CO.'S leoomparable COTTAGE ORGANS and others, and a full line of Music and Musical Merchandise. Planos and Organs Repaired and Tuned cheaply and with dispatch ; also Rented. IECOND-HAND PIANOS at amazingly low figures. PHIL. WERLEIN'8, Old Music Houee, m)2 75 ly 7,. S. 89 and 90 BareOre street. TO THE PUBLIC. JOHN BOIS, FURNITURE DEALER, 152..............Camp Street..............-14 Now occupies the stores 1.2 and 154 Camp street. for the purpose of taking YUtLNITUr-E ON STORAGE Sthe cheapest rates. LOANS MADE AND SECURED ON FURIITURiE 8 OR 1)D. He will also continue to BUY. SELL. REPAIR, RE MOVE, PACK and SHIP FURNITURE, wath guar. lee, at hel 75 ly Nos. 19 and 154 Camp Street. CARPET AND OIL-CLOTH WAREHOUSE. Just reeirved. late patterns of OARPETS, In VELVET, BRUSSELS. THREE-PLY and INGRAIN. CORNIUP. WINDOW SHADES, LACE CURTAINS, CANTON M.ATTLNGS and OIL-CLOTH. of latest .tyle, at ELKIN &. CO.'S, 168 .............anal Street. ..........168 1sS7 74 Iy WESTERN PRODUCE, LIQUORS, ETC. a. rirr. M. DOr. p. A. FINNEY & CO., DsALS. m DRY SALTED MEATS. Bacon, Pork, Lard, Hams, Flour, Butter, No. 711 Magazine tre.t, de 674 ly 3nW OIaLEABI. H. T. LAWLeR, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, 75, 77, 7,81 a nd 3 Petere tr et lat. New Levee), ear -Podra, Yow Orlama. ioR r"i SALu or NORZTHERN AND W5BTRP'r PRODVO5. A Good Supply of the following article. always an PORK, BACON LARD. FIOUR. CORN. 6ATS. BRAN HAY CORNMEAL, POTATORS. dNIONiA BEAkS, DRIED FgUITS. ITO., iO. Cash Advanced on All Consignments (not periehahi). Shipment. Advanced On, Mut Be Insured in My Opea Polloy. Personal Attention Devoted to All Buasnessa ntrusted to My Care. PROMPT IN ALL THINGS. In the eeenMean of or comande in she aohw. ledgmot of roStpi and advise of ae a y eSow ent4, ad 11 roemitting net prood aeoompeit .wtih aeeoneai ae. All oraide for Western or 8kathar Produce IJled promptly a the lowes market raase. NatieL-sem aiwasa guaateld, no ncemmtislr argd er een. tInog orders for goods whlih I ma nhave on hand, hl eammiaeiin lharged for alling onl iesmdeio..L ConaJgnmeata sad Orden ae reepeeptflly. soloitd. oM 74 ly J T. GIBBONS & CO., DEALSm I GRAIN, CORNMEAL AND HAT, 57, 69, 61, 63. ..New Levee Street...57, 69, 61, 8 aut 74 ly Corner Povdana. J. McCAFFREY, naALman i HAY, GRAIN, CORNMEAL, FLOIIR, ALL KSIDe Or Western Produce Constantly on Hand. 28 and 30....... Pydrai Street.......2d and 30 Corner of Fulton, sant74 ly yew OILIneaA JOHN RENDERSON. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, .i and 877....Tchoupitonlae Street....8i and aS Corner of Laayette treet, JW Oalia., LA. Manufacturer .t PALACE BOURBON and ATE WHISKY, ALCOiOL, and all grad. of RZCTII1D W HIISKY, an74 ly BOOTH, BISEon ppl COel4 * Pearl aSet, onnel.,. Y. r7 4peci neon .euns o appll tha. eelS 74 li