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W aslllaWsa,- euau&a. TULT I *.,1. A utkNI'LE WORD. A gentle word. a gante word: How roo and well it wing a 3wa Iste the h.arts)y auer stirred. eaeh storay impel.e to allay. It tuss amede the shafts of bate. It eoles the fever of the brals. It ebarme sad cheers the desolate. And sothe the igs "eat ping* of pain. Its tender msgteo Is. a store Of mery frho the Fouet Divlnes 'tIe leve's own key, and opes the door Of get.tle ftend~htp' ballowed shrine. A gentle word, a enstle word f! It falls like dew em drooping Bowor; 'Tie like the bomc of the bird, Whse seg le heard at ert n lag ho: r. EXIHIBITION OF JUBILFE PRESENTS TO lTHE HWOLY FATH~ER. The grand display o the offerings of the Catholic world to the much loved Fontilfon his Jabilee, is arranged in that part of the Va S lanl called "The Galleries of Mape." 'lhe walls now hidden by the innumerable costly --ifts are covered with curn us raised maps, howlnr the ancient posseeeions of the Holy ae. These galleries ate of great length and height, having a freecoed vault. A better site for the exhibition could not have been select edO Appropriately placed firt is lhe hand some writing table inlaid with mother of pearl and ivory, the gift of the Patriarch of Jerosa lem. Then comes tIe long range of presente sent by Amerloa. Three tiers of vestments of every color and in every style form a back ground to rowe of gold and silver obaliees, and other artioles of obhuro plate. Quebec sends an inlaid casket with silver ornaments, and a rilievo lin llver of Pins IX. in the barque of S. Peter. The Z nves of Canada, who caome in such numbers to fight for the Holy Father. send a oballoe of great cost and beauty. New York sends, among many other things, a missal inacribed "0 glornonu Pontiff, Pine 1., the Sisters of Charity salute thee." A beautiful volume of photographs comes from Waabhing ton. From Germany was sent an unrivalled display of meguiticent vrstments. consisting of more than five hundred and fifty copes and chmnables of the richest Bilk and velvet, with embroidery in gold and silver. Among them are a cope with raised velvet pattern, a hood embroidered with' the coronation of the Bless ed Virgin, and orphreys of saints in the richest style of medieval work. From Wortemborg come two exqusloitely embroidered banners of white silk, with large half length figures of Oar Lord and the Bleed Virgin. A cloth of sinver mitre, for the epeelal use of the Holy Father has on it (embroidered also in silver) the figure of Mary Immaculate, and on the lap pets are the Papal arms. Upon a covering fir a tabernacle is wrought the eye of the Al mighty as it were looking oat from the veiled elserlum. A large number of highly decora ted baptismal candles was sent from Auge berL, and from Ratiabon a great collection of Imelinen altar clothe embroidered in colored thread with cerious deignea, while from various other parts of Germany came neatly two hundred bchalices and ciboria. Italy Is neat to be noticed, but all her costly present are not arranged in one department, perhape as a protest against United Italy. Rome eo . tribte ornamented wax candles of great size S and beauty af design. 8igoor Bianchi, the well-known embroiderer, offers a superb silver and goI4 mitre. The Boolety e·lled "Primarial Aeseooisone Artistlca ed Operals di Carita" gavea throne of grand dmesign and entirely lt, (whioh ise intended for a edio Gestatoria. Archbibsop Marinelli, the Pope's 8aorietlan, tgave a jewelled and enamelled morse. In the same of the Roman nobility was sent a large miasal with silver ernamentation. The ofB e- l s of the Dateria gate- i essive gold chain ead res. The brothers of the late Cardinal Aatonelli give a silver thnrible. A small easket was contributed out of their poverty by the good Nune of the Convent of Pmiolperna, Seconvent which they lea' week received or dar to quit. From the Leonolne city or the Berge, within which stands the Vatican, the ahbitante sand a slilver ohalie. The soldiere eIthbo Papal army give a very splendid sword of.state, made io Rome, and which will bear e1mparulon with any work of art in the exhi. btlMoo. It i. aooompanied by a velvet and ermine "Cam·oro" the esp worn by the Pon tif. The Young Men's Catholic society secd a erosler in gold, with raieed filagree work. Lastly the Noble Guards present a Holy Water -eeep, whicb is of r~so eanio marble, upheld by two angels in bronae who bear also the . tarra and keys. This gift for eostlinese and beauty of design is worthy of the noble donors. Veniee esond large quantities of wax candles. The ladies of Ventice ffered one of the moat eplendid gifts which have yet arrived, namely an immense and most elaborate chandelier of Venetian glass, with the Papal tiara aormotnt ed,with colored flowers in the o~ntre, and from around it spring all the branches for lights. Genoa sends very fine lace for altar porposes and some exquisite lace for albs and surplices. Luiga Borstoi, an artist of Piaces at, con .tributes for her offering a very fine oil paint. l of the Madonna and Child. The Academia cllesiastica of Rome gives six very large and very lanudsome altar candlesticks, besides a greatcrucifix, all whi"iI wir, ,Itde iin Flor ence. From h;s I'. .:: t Ir . ' city, the Bibhop of (nOi ,. ,.t.L '. ;.-- L.eaut.fully executed in Ill,,' i, ,' i.l.1 1: rcian ware, and dlled wit :lt w. r. ,.I ,It,r. FLorence Udyn a,'drr, ,~ n "" u-i. w- t' il'uminated ltit,," .x, c ,',d ito .ir) le deserving all loee. Mure tr.llt one I .t:i.d oil paintings wore presented lr",.i varIou, parts of Italy. Those from L .ca., I .l.,tua and Ferrara are in every war worthy of the ancient artistic fame of those cities. Cavalier Carlo Bantorelli, the well known Roman artist, sends a beantiful painting of the Apparition of Our Lady to the Blesesd Margaret Alsooque. Eighty chalices and Clboria are among tue Italian gift.. Bo logn se mnds e a toobuching address from thepoor deaf anod domb ehildren and a life-slra flgur of St. Petroniuoe, their petroo. Prinse madmo, Duke of Aetn. seot a costly gold obhalice. Sorreato ie represented by a piature, in inlaid wood, of the Charge to tBr. Peter. Areruo eeds a very olever work, the head of St. Jobh the Baptlet covered with a filmy veil of ala-I be-ter, abowiog the feature. through it.1 No lea tbhan twelve boxes of alter linen come from Foligfo. There is alao a large aeortment of Italian vine. and liqueurs, one of the latter itreatinog muoob attention on aoooont of its - l1*, Ellxir, di Plo None. . Drlong the great exhibition of specimene of Okurb art in Rome in 1869-70, thePope, when awudlng the medale, specially alluded to the acxlleace and beauty of the enaeol work of the Proneh Challes, Olborles and Remonstran oe, sand the magoifloent offeringl now .ent from Framneo show the truth of the remarksL of the Holy PFather. Beveral oassme of paiete for S the mee of a Biebhop at High Mas are partio. larly worthy of notlice, end in this category the splendid gift from the Bishop of Molius beare of the pa!m for oeotlinee and beauty. The e-ty of Marseilles mde throne of great mag nifeice, adorned with a finoe piece of tape try, represm enting the Ohargeo to st. Peter. The :. loeee of Poitiers sends a oope of cloth of with embroidered bhood and orphreye It -aIdmv• n st]le, and containsl, inlrolee, of sainte cnonneoted with that diooese " pb let to the 12h centary. From France . llarge eatee otuOr of the -rerS-and our Lady o end p1 veatmnte. tore of Charity and two Sevres vages of rae beauty, eontalning branohee of lilies in gold -ad silver. Belgim sends vestments too numerous to count, rich matree, banners, nearly two hun dred edaliocs and ciboria, and a most valnable and thoughtful gift, the gift, namely, of some eighty cases, fitted completely with every requisite for an altar for Low Mss. Taese form traveling chapels for missionary priests who may have to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice under difiloulty. In the Belgian department are ohnrob decorations of a obheap kind, exe outed In colored caltio and suitable for poor churobes. Switzerland contributes sixty-two valuable watches, besides an immense number of other costly artoiles. One gift of exceeding richloness and beauty demands especial notlos. Count Gabrielle do Cai sends a complete Bishebop's P'arato or set of plate for High LMaa, made of gold with raised ornaments, and encrusted with most costly diamonds and pearls of great size, the jewels of his deceased Countess. The Holy Father, it is said, was particularly en treated by the donor not to part with this gift. except that it should happen by the grace of God that the Queen of England should ecoome a Catholic, in which case it might be presented to her M;,jesty. In this demonstration of fealty to the Holy Father, England is not left behind. The "'C ildren of Mary" in England and Ireland send large quantities of altar linen, plain and embroidered in colored thread. There are no less than one bhndred and eighty vestments, mostly with rion embroidery and gothic " laces." A massive gold chaltoe and paten were contributed by fifteen hundred Catholics of Perth. The good Nons in Blandford Square send a silver ciboriom; Mrs. Maxwell, a gold oiborioum; Mrs Milward, also a gold ciborium; Lady Stourton, a cope of cloth of gold; Mrs Bowden. a rich jeweled remonstrance; and the Countees of Clare, a chalice of gold. Fonuar Ftuam.-The news of the forest fres would seem to indicate that half the country is ablaze. In the estimate of losses we note that account is taken mainly of improvements sad of cut wood--f houses, barns, sawmills, lumber, and corded fuel. These are, of course, the losses that most strike homesto the individ ual; but in a national sense, they are really the stnallest item of this calamity. All these things can be replaced. But the forests, the hundreds and hundreds of miles of forests that are destroyed every sprion, can never be re placed-3r, at least, only after the lapse of cen turies. We see the result in the falling of our streams in summer, and of destructive freshets in the spring. The olimate, too, is changing with the waste of woodland. Froite that need to be plenty as grasshoppers in a meadow, are now scarce and of poor quality. High winds and late frosts work disaster. The evil promises to effect even our national stand ing. Oar great rivers are falling from the de nudation of the land about their souroes Fifty years more of such land clearing am the last fifty has seen, about the headwaters of the Hudson, would make the upperreashes of that stream unnavigable at low tide. It is difficult to point out a remedy; and yet the situation loudly calls far one. bSoh sweeping fires are unknown in the great forests of Germany, for the simple reason that the underbrush, whioh ants as tinder to the spark, is all cleared out. Of course we are too young a nation for any such work as that; yet it is full time at least to begin a reform in our forest management. Ciciaatli Hlates On the 1st of October as expedition of a pe culiar oharao er will start from New York bround the world. Its objects are soientifo Investigation and edouational improvement. It will sail in a steamer chartered for its use, and will be gone about two years. The enterprise was started in Indiana, where it has the coon tenance of the Governor and men of learning" In the company will be Inolded a selentiflo faculty, headed by Prof. Bort G. Wilder, and containing Professors from Harvard and Yale Colleges and the Universlty of Michigan. A regular course of Instruction will be given aboard ship, and when the different places where the steamer will anchor are reached, the scientific investigation on the ground will pro seed. The students taken will include both men and women. As the fees for the two yeare' trip are $5 000, we should imagine that the ex pedition will find it difficult to get stodents enough to make it suoosesful. Besides, these long journeys of large parties at sea are not unlikely to end in bickeringeand animosities which make everybody rejoces when the journey is over. Tns COCKROACH UTILIrzD.-In Rusela the common cockroach (blatta orientals) is a favorite popular remedy for dropsy. Dr. P. Bogomolow, of 8t. Petersburg, has lately examined its effects in nine cases of Bright's disease, heart disease, and other affections accompanied with severe dropsy, and iL all the result was the same. There was an increase in the secretion of the urine and perspiration, with rapid disappearance of tolemt, and also almost complete disap pearance from the urine of albumen and renal derivatives. The dose was five to ten grains of the powdered cockroaches in the twenty four hours, but they were also administered as a tincture and as an infu sion. These insects do not, like cantha rides, sits te.,, Boston Journeal of Clhem istry, produce any irritant action on the kidneys. Dr. Bogomolow has succeeded in extracting from them a crystalline body which he calls antibydrepin, atid which is the;r active principle.- 'cientific Ameri can. A WxSTrRN ART CRrITICIs.-We refrained the other day from remarks concerning the painting of a tiger on the side of the steamer Tiger, beansao it was not finished. We under stand that it is now completed, and it looks worse than it did before. The scene is laid on the Yellowetone. The river is of a dark blue color, the ame shade as the sky. On one side are soms mountalss that look like inverted spinning tops, and on the other is the tiger and a tree. You can tell the tiger from the tree by its having a tail. "Write to Danusiger's for samplea of dr_ goods clffer4 st sach great bargma," Is the advice gives by oly resideats to their coantry tiesdf,. fee oolms advsertessmet om Sf1t pags. GROCERS-.CONISSION MERCHANTS. JAB. P. O'BRIEN,. DEALEC IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacoco, Tea, &o. No. 641 Magauine Street, near Jackson, IlW OLBANMS, LA* First clas Goods t reaooable price.. Good, delivered to all prts or the city. Jel0 77 ly pETER ELIZARDI, DEALER INI GBOCERIES. PROVISIONS, TEAS, WINES AND LIQUORS, Corner Burgundy and Mandoville Streets, 10W ORLEaN.. Country orders promptly alloed and all goods delivered de 76 Iy free of charge. NEW STORE. FRESH GROCERIES FOR FAMILIES. WE. T. SCANLAN, DAZ&, s s . Ax.* rITAp , . MITCHELL'S GEOG RAPHY. A NEW EDITION Or MITCHELL'S GEOGRAPHY, AND WITH NEW ILLUSTRATIONS. THE OLD SERIES COMPRISES Three Books, COsTING $3 10; THE NEW SERIESS COMPRISE Two Books, COSTING OIILY S 90; VIZ L New Primary retails at - - - - $0 60 ew Inermediate retails at - - - $1 30 IONS. • The aew tooke cap be aeln In the sme clases with the old Primary sd Jntermed atel and while they tal t hr lit eve e eB o t ok the ld ers, ies, their text exually ill " and ellable. hes beauty of the new maps is unsurpae6d. and their fullness and accuracy exceed even that of the old series. BECOMMENDATIONS : Irom Zia Grace, the Most Rev. Archbishop of Toronto, Canada. We hereby apre of Mitchell's Geographles, as revied by . Hr B eogrm. eq.. and earnestly recom m end their ue in our bchools. t JOHN JOBEPH LYNCH, Arhbishop of Toronto. Given at St. Michael's Palace, Toronto, April , 1872. roem His Graree the Moest ee. ArchbiAhop of Neo York. Naw Tos. July II, 1879. We cbeerfully cocner In the excellent recommende tiona already given by many in favor of Mitchell's Geographies, ae revied end corrected by Mr. M. It. Keegan, of Chleago. t JOHN McLOSKEY, A robbianop of New York. From ais Grace, the Mclt Reo. Archbisf-p of Oinin'nti, Ohio. CCIIarnATI, CIuIo July 12 1871. As Mitchell's Geographies are Co highly approved of by the m ost em in st Catholic eaucatoe s of the count ry, we recommend their nee In all our schoole in prefer enre to sny other text-bor.lke on the si'ject t JuHN B. lPU tr LL, Arobbishop of Cincinnati. From the Right Eer. 1iitep of ich,:,,ond, Thrginii. ElCIMOND, 1 &.. March 1, 1876. We cheerfully concnr in thl excellent recommenda tions already given by many in favor of Mitchell's tieographitl, as revased and corrected by M R Keegan, of Chicago. o J &ME GIBIBONR, BMihop of Richmond. From the laterian lrlothers. BALTIMOrux March I8, 1D76. The Xaverlan Brothets have been aneug Mitchell's Geographies anooe 1%4 in their schools. Tale, I thInk, is the beet recommendation I can give of them. BIRTHIR JUSUPH. They have received similar recommendation froee the Jesults, Christlan Brothers, Redemptorists, Fran cioatne, ete, etc.. and are teed in the lesading taitu tion of the country. Hon. Newton Bteman . Superintendent of Pablo Intruction of the Stale of Illinota for over twenty yeoe, my:e Mitchell'a Intermediate, In atlls form, i abholutely the heat sohool book of which I have may keewlade. end I onalder It. Ia perttoalr eun u poeiluve Ilemin to oer dnoatioxnlt Inetltatlune MITOSILLA' GEOGRAPHY does not coancat of the aoet or cbervaUtone of a traveller, whUoh may rary with Iis knowledge, mental or phi sical conalitto, but of the eteadard eacounte of the world and Ite pIre, accordlIng to the lateest and highelr authorities, em bracing a thorough system of Geeographical aetenae of foote en they exist, for, from the day of their rtro appeareance, they have been year by year altered, cor reeted and improved, so that for manv Jeare they have been acknowledged to be by far the most accurate, fuoll and roliable tbhat could be bhad: and the new edition is A OREAT IMPROVEMENT even on tLe old one. For terre of introduction address the publishers, J. II. BUTLER & CO, PhIladelphIa. Pa. 0Or, 8 u.Iuh INSURANCE. ELEVENTH ANNUAL STATEMENr O 575 Factors' and Traders' Insurance Co., No. 37 Carondelet Street. Nsw Outase. May 17. 1877. The Trustees, in conformity with the oharter of the eompeyl, plublish the following statement of lte aaire for the fscal year ending April 30, 1877, to wit: Premiums for the year- - O infi risks.................... . 1 River riesks ...................... 0 o 98 Maline risks .............. ...... 37,33 3l1--507,767 I Untermimated premiums, IT.. E9.330 41 ethrn premiums .............. 9, litb-- 08 8 5 87 Net earned premiums ..................... 648,15164,1 9 Loesw paid, to-wit On fire risks ......6o00217 07 On river risk ...... 104 6l 49 On marine risks.... 4.7,t$ 97--$19 67 71 enurauce.. .......................... 3 14 Rabaes account ............... ,740 41 2 C 0Tae osnu cit taxse eud licenses 25 I:.2 t7i N. O. Board of Undorwriters.... 8 e'.3 0 Gress geun.tlalO.-nes .......... 39.et9 41-135.412 27 -Balance ............ .............. $1159 653 Add interest aed discount acd sarings re oceived .................................... 898 63 30 8301,142 93 e_ foi r t emi-annual Inter stnaid on capital stoek 5 per cent, and second now doe, 5 per cent... .. ............................ 10r00 Od Net profit........ . ... . .6101i.14i 95 6 Reeml ved to cover losses .......Orl .... C3.100 0 Balance divided on net premiu or, 1876-7.... s 719,14 9 The Company have the fo!lowing otets, to wit: Cash on hand .............. .... .... o 11908T 461 Aoounte in oorse of eollection............. 31.114 11 mils reoeivabshon piedge ..... ...... 465.537 6) B i resnvablre preminiums ................ . 013 79 Bank aud oethr stocks............. . 53 . 45 16 City, Stat and other boed.................. 148 lt3 3 nds of Masonic O Grand Lodge of Louisiana 5,let 0 Bonds of Odd.cellews' H·al * ocltiono.... 5.000 00 Bonds of Assoiaion for the Re!ief of Jewish Widows and Orphans .................... 950 Real tate............................... 17,010 31 Total ..................................... $1,218 03 66 The foregoing Is a true acd oorrect statement from the books of the Company. E. A. P ,LFREY, President. THOS. F. WALKER, Secretary. STATE 01 LOUIsIAIA Parish of Orleans. City of New Urlans. j Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 19th day of May. 1877. EDWARD IVY, Notary Public. At a special meettng of the Board of TTastees, held on the 17th inst,, It wa resolved to py, on demand a SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL INTEREST OC FIVI PEL CENT to D0th April, 1077. making tea per cent per annum on the CAPITAL BTOCK of the C ompany (61.000,000). and a CasOh Dividend of TWENTY PER CENT to Stoekholders an the amount (i 8.e588 97) of their not partieilpting premiums for the year ending 34th of April, 1877. ED. A. PALFBET. President JOKN QCFFS Vice Prealdent. THOS. F. WALKED, Se8rotary. TRUSTEES: John I. Noble, T. Lvtt. Lyon, John CheaN, · tmuol H. Bold. Iiohard MJlliken. Joepeh McElroy, J. I. Warre. W.J Behan. R. T. Bukner. B . ahleman, Semel Frisdlander, Wne . o . Black, A. A fats.. Charles Chats. John I. Adams, L. g;,'ray. Isa lSe ofk. w W. azwel, R. M. Walmnley, C. J. Leeds. A. H. May A. T. Jania, S. .. Snowden, Joe. Bowling, A. M. Biokbam. m397 Ie OFFICE LOUISIANA EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. An annual election for Directors of this Company was held on Monday. April 16, 1877. The following gentlemen constitute the Board of Diretors. A. THOMPSiON. CHa . CHArlE, JAMES I. DAY. T C. EIRNDON. J. W. STONE. JOHN L ADAMS, B. T. WALSHE, 8. B. bNEWMAN ALEX. MARKS. W.B. SCHMIDT. E. B. BRIGGS. ]. W. OGDEN, HY. ABRAHAM. E. H. FAIRCHILD, JOHN HENDERSON, H. M. PAYE E. HENRY J. VO6, JOHN H. PIK.L J. B. LEVERT, E. A. TYLER, JOHN S. GROVYES. A. PATTON. At the annual meeting of the Board of Directors, held on Monday, May 7th, the follow ing otoero were elected for the ensuing yr ar SAMUPL MANNING TODD, President ; R. W. OGDEN. Vice Presldent; ANDREW P PTTO. Second Vice President; WILLIAM HENDERION, Secritary. WILLIAM HENDEBRION, Seres'ary. OFFICE AUDITOR OF STATE, ] New Orleans, La, May 5, 1877 7 his Is ticertlfy that the LOUISIANA EQUITABLE LIFE INSURA0CE COMPANY, of New Orleans, La., has this day fltd its annual teltemrnt up to D;cember 31, 1876, end ea a lso complied with all the laws in regard to Life Insurance Compan'es chartered under the laws of the State. ALLEN JUMEL, Auditor. OFFICE LOUISIANA EQUITABLE LIFE) INSURANCE COMPANY. Annual Board Meeting, May 7th, 18(7) EXTRACT FROM THE MINUTES. Resolved, That this Company, rccsgnising theJue tico and equity of the Insuranoe Law of this State. i entitled "'An act to better aseure the holdero of Life Inesurance Policies," etc., approved April 9, 1817. cheer, fslly comply with all its requirements. Resolved, That a copy of the above resolution and a the certlficate from the Auditor of State be published Sin the daily papers of this clty cn yImlir WILLIAM HEGNDERON. Sckretary. HIBEBRSI INSURANCE COMPANY, Offoe, No. 37 Cap Street. JOHE IHENDEIBSON. Prsddat. p P. IRWIN, Vles Prosdeat. THO F. BGGI.IrOe, 8atat. J"~ m ............................ 198,058 . ............................. 73,I Net Protd......................... 60,356 At an taectioa held en Moatday, ikle th hast.. the following named gentIe were ohsmn Diretors at Stis Compmay to serve foe the ensuing year, P. Irwin, John Hendeoa, 5 Thoma aing. John . Ryn. f Thee. Gilmoor, W. J. Cetell. John T. OGbbona, Jas. A. Gardner, WLllia Harc t.mile Gesohal David Jacksos John H. Baan, F. J. Gaequst. And at a meeting of the Board.beld May 14th, JOHN 1s HENDEISON, Preeldent. P. IRWIN, VlioePreledent, and TBOS. F. BRAGG, Secretary, were unanimousl re-elected. The Board dooelred out of the net profit. of the Company for the put twelve months it per cent in tirest; also 3 per cent dividend on the paid up capital eaIt 00 per cent dividend on promium. paid by saock holders (moking, with the rebate, 35 per cent on pre. mloums,. Said interest and dividends to he placed tothe .rdi6,ea ok noise. Iadi and dtvideda es ful pd etek payshle i ask t Se es Sb.I~UOsmyfPeaye en ethlsu 1r a.,-i -. - WESTERN PRODUCE, LIQUORS, ITC. NE YTBZL SPIRITS. I mm . esMviisja I6 kpd k ig em haud a ery patwrte mhd. g.t.e t daver French and Domestic Brandies, I have e.u band.ve dee 33183H WHIS. i the obeltee 1800 WuIs. puelm sterb. .bhisknr. PcIKL0 s .0 r osdnm ea it .et ,,pertor to any.er the be1l. min M_ them helf then the bottled, Jemle 3ni Knsee Ced la, and every kinLd et. n -my 11am, the vlr r .II rwt iw.em al t. eml bele bn.yS 1l 184. 1t md It Tehpu Mhsm re 3. COOET. 3. ooaUZV, . E. CONERY & BON, (Estmbllbhed 1n 1844.) WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHA.,NT, AND Dealers In Western Produce, CORNSR OF CANAL AND DULTA STBBET de17 76 ly NsW ORLANU J T. GIBBONS, DRALKU 13 GRAIN, CORNMEAL AND HAY, 57, 59, 61,63...New Levee Street...67, 59, 61, 63 aul3 76 1y Corner Poydras. J McCAFFREY, DALKI 18 HAY, GRAIN, CORNMEAL, FLOUE, ALL EID8S OP Western Produce Conetantly on Hand. 28 and 30...... .Poydras treet.......28 and 30 Correr of 'ulton, mala sm lv wIW ORTAWP. MEDICAL ADVERTISEMIENTS. FOUR MONTHS OF - GOOD HEALTH For 25 Cents. ANY PERSON WHO WILL BUY A BOX OF PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS, and will late one I1) each night fr four light. andm will do thiaevery third (3d) war k daring the month of Jone..July. August and teptember, will not be troul with VltR nd LGUL, nor MALAHIOUS FnVZ- nor BILIOUS FAYER, nor any at the disease result iog from miasmatic poison, common in Misouri. Vi. nianoplP Louniana, ArhanmeIL end Teoas. If P•R SOI PU AT PILL canot be obtained at your nearest s . send 3 cene to the ondersdgned. andtbhepillbhal, be neat, poet paid by retuorn mail blk. , ts hOut litlo more than bal.proes for standard plls by the thouanrd, cab mac aocompany the rder. 'lb. h eclpe will bh eheerfrll .ot to any oayneilan on application. We will oend P amona Plls by mall to reaponsibne pattis ot comrmfsiot .Wt pce doen, sample dosea at P $ 3 csn with the order. WHOLESALL AGERTS. COLLIS BROS ...................... 8t Loeui, Mo. B. W. JON01 &a co................. Memphis. rena . J HART A CO................. .New Orian. La. C. J. LINCOLN CO .............Little Rook, Arh. T. O. THOUMPSON , CO..............Ga'veston, Te Addres all orders to I. S. JOHNSON & CO., j.54 17 ly Bangor. Maine. Proprietore. SARRACE NIA Thb great preventive of and remedy for RB ALL POX and all Malarial Diseases. OOSMO G. LOS, Surge,.on Major of th Royal Horn. Guard. Lond,. writel, "I hae gien the Berr.seend Purps s a fair trial. and am happy to ey that eleven o Iour hande have recovered under its peculiar infdoence. Tbe efect of the Sar. aenia killed the virus, ehouged the eobavter of th disease and did away with the case of pitting. I -am a ply supplied wilt the SaIrraenia for the use of my regiment, and advise every country gentleman to have a sopply in his medicine chest " The Sarracenia Life Bitters are delightfully cotdial, and are univeral in Alabaa. UGeorgia and South ('arolina an a spec tin for i 11,K HEADACHE. GASTRITIo, DYRPPPJIa., LIVER COMPLAINT. and all diseases connected with the tomace. Sold by PREbERICKEON & HARTE, Druggista, Canal street. WM BOGEL, Magazine street. Da. J. TUCKER, Mobile, Proprietor. m31377 1y FOR THE BENEFIT Southern People and _uffering H manity. I now reatect'ul v aron".I.c n- . If "1,. 4. 94. :ent of the Southorn ltaten, An.r.t . r.1.z i t.o; nii for the SISTERS OF PRCOVIENOE, Montreal. Can..:. antd Winornk; e'i 'rnlt. I.: he sale of their orlginal "t- -tul.u," Coats.: . in, tler SYRUP OF SPRUICE It(id. 'I. . ll.o.li.r. .n-umption, Coughs, Colda. I·,aerac,.ni or.i eher iilTttOona of the Chest. I am aleo the A -ett Ifo tbo or'e .f the SYRUP FOR HIOOPaUNG COdU and T'eMPeJUND LINI. MNT, whieh ie useful especially for Inflmmatory Rhematism. Sciatica and Pains In the Loins. Thea nvaluabloe remedle are well known and In generdl in the eorth and ets, and are now offered to the people of the South. A1 that is asked for from the commo, inity to a eat of their ourative propertie and a rocet. mendation acoording tothe efet i Convnts Coll , Boarding Schools aod ai oharitablo ionetitton, boe never he without a supply of the salutary mixtures Depot for the le of the above will he etablh-ed in the follewing States Louisana. Alabama. Mlaee elpl Texas. Riorida. Georgia. Tennessee, South and Carolina. (Foreign M, loj6. All order for the above will he promptly filled a! Manufacturers' priens by the General Agent P. F. GOGarBTY, Bookseller and Stationer, 151 Camp otret. PRIOR of the Syrup of BSpruce Gm, Se I Hoopla, Couph Syrup. Se.; Compound Liniment. 750. N. B.-Be ereful and examine the trade mark. u__mhtlllr I MACBHIERY-FOUNDERS-ETC. LEDB' FOUNDRY, (atablished il 18J5,) Corner of Delord and Fonoher Streets, NEW 05L3A115. We aie prepared to manoractnre Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills. uger Kettes. Draining Ma chine, Sawb Mills, Cotton Presses, Newell crews, Gin Gearing. Fornace Months. Grate Bars, Jude0n's Governors. and all kinds of Plantatlon and Steamboat work, and every dserlption of Machinery for the bouth. We beg to call sprcial attention to our large stook of Sugar Kettles. Having purchased the entire stock of the htaeker Iron Works of Ten,,esee, lor which Mr. E. F. Lavillebeuvre was formerly agent, (nd the only genuine Tennessee Kettle in the market.) we offer the mame for sleo. as well as those of nor own manufacurre, at reduced raste, price lisa of which we will be pleased to furnish on application. ee3 77 ly LEEDS & CO. M. M ALONE, Gun and Lock Smith, AT RO,,L WTArD, 1...........CommeetsMal Plaoe............12 Iaa smie s dal4s t _ am S------i.- .:: J. H. KELLREB . *e . * ' ALL ERDE O LAu bT ARD TOnaLU e0 jese ly Per flerauslug ead D'slanletlsn Pm..u. Cane Growers can't afford to risk Crops W~i~th ll- Vm mil. 1 11. i th Ae3 4 4t,0-ol aeFOR BARGAIN AINTE, S A D Cia ne Growersc't afford to in k Crol Crescent Trunk Factory Depot, so...........saguaneja treet. . .a.r Soft 0 bestmp 2ri. oats ath i STer end t ite tlr. t Also . Trteo Repbl reo r sd Cever..: y..ta5aO i.o etrOC Mnedan aneet. fre FOB BoRGAeN$ IN TRUNKS, BAo. STAINED GLASS so To Ta. Crescent Trunk Factory Depot, 36.... ........ Msdiudnoftesli .......3E Pd ohe bept mterofa, the PLOWST gi) wast. aao.Trdenks the EDAL and eDIPLOAe the CNT ordre NIAl ree IBITIropt Philadel. STAINED QLASS. A " Interior Art aesigning and Paintin ARTHUR FITZPATRICK, rtist., SPupil of Ae WGlaby PWen), LXHIBITOR FAM THE OYL ONE DOLLAR LONDON LOTTERYND, TOReceived the DAWNE T d*pToma of 0Dn , O 187 phla 1876. for the BEET OF T GLAS. THE FINEST CHURCH WINDOWS OIL PAINTING8 TO OBDEB. Figure subJeae Puctures for Alt a. tstoe of t Crar. Hanso an CBgIBSTl] ART for Ca tholic Orpha.n Asy b lume. TUa Pm IZ WINDOWSa OW a OR eALL Subjcs N"v Th Holy Fannily." " The mas of mih Soble ekrbd "Our Lordlne the TempleI" ate "ant. Georel." e e. rP, 1Plu1b. Stapleton, Staen alada. Nrew en A aARE CHANCE ><o OfrIaa A RIBE AIT O N DOLT L Catholic Orphan Asyluma OF MOBILE; DESCRIPTION.--Tbk F--m is situated at shhet of nBrvaten S Do rveo, and .n tBeL .es, o. CMoble Tnd rew Orl P lrot a B finr i. from ai Mobhle aurtboery. Is eeatn ne forte op rintss lande fol dwilling and outbeha. l oes IL excelent reppr. Tpee are pe the pla e o me bandle. Frui Tree. - nMM g f raa Peed Pear, Plumb Pnd AppeAso a Gre..se a Vineya. ad arwe or anea re alostn rSaw-d_ The plaale awell sltmnted for H DeTll_ lm to markt Ikhe location I. perfectly kily. PGCLa OF TICKTS--Onri DOLLa. ae i Orphn'tsylum. m thae Pieter ' of It. or O. Bren'e. MS n & Primo's. T.n . u i ae! A C~e ' elAD TO Oe PeBurke's. Chri Blo'Al Admrl Rap PemmeR, MPjr HopritLo. Gen. Jrhoe. Hitte or, Hon.eo. on wo 1Hote John Ceivanth., q Wm. Isn Car . Don't Spare Printer' ils k There's Millions in it NOW IS THE TIM: Betw. Camp & Magazine, NEW OtiEA A. M. MILLER, Proprietor. FINrE BALL OUTr.FIT, Pamphletsn Cataogue Sales, Fully Buppdill Helas, NEW TYPE And guarantee good work at lowest rotes. Ruhlini nl Bdindn in ol l viraOnB 8InI Country Orders Solloited. Mh TIN WEYDO, Manulseture of SADDLES, dANEBS AND ffOSi Firemen's and Military Equipments MADE TO ORDER.