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SUNDAYT KO*INM. JUn ., gg,.
A dume sysl.
BY Jstns W5.IBLL LOW3LL.
May ia pis hand of at alm name,
And with her bandful of anemones,
Berself as shivery, astel into the son.
The emensa sed bent tu his hor glass roand,
And winter suddenly, like cray Lear,
Reels back, and brings the dead May in his arma,
Ber buddinl breasts and war dilaustred front
With frosty streaks sad drilts of his white beard
All everblowna.hen, warmly walled with books,
WhiO my wood fire supplies the sun's defeat,
Whisperg old foresetng in its dreams,
I take ma y down from the happy shelf
Where perh the world's rare mng birds in a row,
Waiting my choice to open with full breast,
And beg an alms of spring-time, ne'er denied
nladoos by vernal Chaucer. whose fresh woods
Throb thick with merle and maris all the year.
But June is fqll of invitatioas sweet,
Forth from the chimney's yawn and thrice-read
To leisurely delights and mnateqg thoouhts
That brook no ceilIng narrower thUan the blne.
The cherry, drest for bridal, at my pane
Brushes, the listens, Will ha come? The bee,
All dusty as miller, takes his toll
Of powdry gold, sd grumbles. What a day
To sun me sad do nthi Nay, I think
Merely to bask and ripen is sometimes
The student's wiser business; the brain
That forages all climes to line its oells,.
Ranging beth worlds an lightest wings of wish,
Will not distil the Julces it has sucked
To the sweet substanoce of pellucid thought,
Except for him who hath the seret learned
To mix his blood with sunshine, and to to take
Thewinds Intolispless. Hush 'TIshe!
My oriole, my glance of summer fire,
Is come at last, and, ever on the watch,
Twitches the pack-thread I had lightly wound
About the bough to help his housekeeping
Twitches and soob by tru, blessing look,
Yet fearing me who laid It in his way,
Nor. more than wiser we in our affairs,
Divines the providence that hides and helps.
Beave, ho! eave, bho' e whistles as the twine
1lackens its hold; once more, now! and a flash
Lightens across the sanlight to the elm
Where his mate dangles at her cup of felt
Nor all his booty is t thetread; he trals
My loosened thought with it slung the air,
And I must follow, would I over and
The inward rhyme to all this wealth of life.
An Ateempeed Reveostoa to Penralwe
Parle Cor.espndsdse of the New York Expse,]
The elite of Paris have been undergoing ter
rible excitement. A projected revolution, which
threatened a cherished institbtion, has bee at
tempted, and though it was but partially suc
cessful, society here Is still troubled and uneaoy.
Madame in Comteuse de Pourtales, one of the
qaeen of the bea untore. Iassed cards a short
time since for a ball, at which short dreseer were
de rigeur. This was maost expressly stated In the
invitation, and the ladies were much agitaled.
You are aware that trains have been all the mode
for a long while now, and hence the attempted
innovation of the charming countess oreated the
ntmoet agitation. Not to appear at her bali was
impossible, but to wear a short dress! It was
all very well for these who, like M'me Pourtalee,
have the most beautiful little feet in the world,
bu the ong, the fat, the broad, the olewiy
footed, what were they to d? tihort dresses I
Why, at every tarnn i be dame the-shem-well
let s say extremities-would be exposed, adl
what wasto becomeof those prettyoresturee who
unfortunately have knock-knees or spindles? Oh,
how some of the Parlieanes did hate those cele
brated feet-those delicate Poortiale ankles, as
they bethought themselves that, had the countess
been les gtted. she weould not have dared to at
tempt so "- hideous an innovation." But there was
no remedying the matter. The invitations were
precise; and so it was stay at home or wear a
shent dreen At last the eventful naght eae, and
all Paris was aware that the Pourtales mansio In
the rue fr-och t had, for the nonce, been trane
formed into a sort of earthly paradise. I may
add that I had the ineimble privdilege of visiting
the place, and that all previous conceptions failed
to realise the artistie beaotuty, the fablous sple
awning of rarquise extending quite out into the
street, and the stairease was Used with mirrors so
arranged that the flowers, the fountains, the lights,
seemed interminable, and too gorgeous for any
tuing human. But, oh, how shall a pen sauce to
give a description of the giver of this fete! I
recoil before the attempt all the more as my
mind refuses to attach ttself to any thought save
that of those - I can't find any adjoetive for
the fhet, and the exquisite tolette, appareled to
which the beautiful countese stood at the top of
the wonderful staircase to receive her guets.
bbe did not seem a human being. It wa a vsioan,
a soretbing too lovely for earth. The head dress
was a work of art after whidb the co4(eur-I beg
pardon, the artist-should have passed his shears,
or his curling tongues, through his body and ex
pired, while sarroomded with the halo of that
'inspirkno." As the arges eanvey the
visitors drove up to the door of the fairy like
dwelling, the visitors, who crowded about toe top
of the stairs, pressed forward to see the ldiee
descend : and, oh ! what sumbloess pretty leoS
were then revealed; but, als ! what sleay must
not these little toote haveendured! TiLhanoaes
are a sappUlice every ene knows; bt on the occa
slon In question "'tbt" was not the word which
would have aptly described the crushing, tortur
inl thing whchb some of those poor women had
aon. A coseloanesr bf oundoe length, of over
breadth, had caned the oramming of tiose pedal
extremities into entenrs of torture, and dearly did
many of the ladses Iy the penalty. It was a
night to be remsembered; and I feel asensured that
soce that fatal ball there date against the
beantiful contens many bitter hureds anl
eomlties. Calm and smilinag she received
those panting, cramped sad safibring brlles,
and they must have hated her. the woren no air
of couaratut. Her little shoes were easy. oum
fortable, and she leered not any expoore of
those ankles. Btt that lady with the scraggy
limbs, she does fear. She wsltaes with no com
fort--observe with what care and haste she
premoe dowa her shortened skirts-she suffera
Irom a consioausses of too much shin bone
tliere is no rondsm, aN eetour there, and she is
as well aware of she foot as are those more fortu
ratie belies who gaxe somewhat aignltlcaatly at
tie surjects of tthis poor lady's dsncomlture.
'lheie were some laties who boldly defled the
countess and wore,thebr long dreses. Betthese
mlust have felt uncomfortable, because even the
servants seemed to ease sarcastically at them,
winle upon the countenances of the lees generous
guests night be traced. 'tOh. ho--gly feet. h !
C'otked legs-sh, ha!" Ihen there were ladies
the wore skirts which had been pinned up
to suit the short desses, and those
garmeuts would come d.,wn and give to
the wearers a draggled sappearance; so, of
course, they were anoonatortable. Lnu asern
blage, however, wasu spleld4. aad when I stale
that at seven the next morn.ing the daeolog was
still going oa, yoU will aderseand that all the
tight shoes and the quetionable limbe had gone
tbu nte, and that the Pourtales bali was, spite of
all. a grand success. I should add that Mtne. Is
Pr~incets de Metterni.h. the charming, witty and
irrepressible lady who 8o astuonlshes and pleases
thIe Pariians with the freedom and grace of her
nanner, was a most active accomplice of MuIa.
de Pourtales in the attempted overthrow of tratns,
and that she attracted much attention in her ex
qulaste toilette. It wa sh aort, bor. like the cour
te**, the Pritncess is b!es4el with,pretty feet,
which, it is true turn in a trifle, but are tlltileas
as to size and symmetry. tSnce the ball in ques*
tion some ladies have appeared at other tites in
abshort dresses, lut it Is noticed that but those wh,
may do so with Impuniiy adopt Ir ric-lie mal l.
I s the treets no more long dresses are worn now.
I add this faPot for the benedt of those New York
b dies who will dragle yards and yards of silk or
s aun all along Broadway.
lqItlg WITira.--The month is like hose to
et. However pretty it may be ertomally, it is
niposeable to judge of its merite natil you have
seen the intlds If behind the ruby doors there
arc pleLty of pearl white ixtu:res, you will ex
clain at once, "how beautilul !' To impart the
utmost posible brilliancy, there in nothing like
The Banchero publishes a statement, asged by
Mesas. Heary Reis. l.ouis P. Zatil, E. F. Leich
rdt, J.. P. Montgtmery, Bam. B. Kathrens and I.
Ii. Potter, the Amertea oitizens subjected to the
recent outrage at the city of Monterey, of which
we hae he before had countaL They say t tbhe
accrou-t heretofore published of their being sub
ected to the lasb, nd other equl ethutage, alre
literally tree. ThaeLr ply ue wa beig pre
sent at a canvil v l fll tr witbh Mfexi
easr were ordered I ~ mfjereeato prison.
. UIi eaM s aata.
-MeLestIy it s the sh-rmedbs feare of
- the moeky maske. Gol epened at Nw YLrk
toay at 1401. the eloi ng c eauae . As t
10:.O4 . a. I wa aquo ed at i0t At ti. t Ia
ruled at 140, ad as 3 . . doeed as 140.
Theis o alterate whatver to report the
aevemes ln tiLs mnret, wd with a d - (
ply ml dem~d, amins es ear last have been a
restrioted to the appaeded amounte, viz: $3000 1
a Geddst 18, $10g0O de. el 1)f. $10,0* da. at a
13f, elnd OO86 al $106 M 140. Sale e Blver c
cempline 8$00 Amerles hlmve as 136), mad we
row qeeo Gold at 1 140. Ameriee. liver
cola 13613 , ad Mexieas dollare 14 tt44. t
Fonmeu ExcaNxos-The movement is startIg
and tfnee hen been of a very limited eharacter t
. day. Ofernls of commercial bils were tn a
usall light and the demand was cossed to a
rd few tavorite sigeaturee. atse oeatinesd rm t
to, throughout, howver, as will be seen by the an.
seze asatement of acteal operatios. via.: 12600
beak terling at 155. 600 do. at 110 for gold,
26,000(. bankers' freame at 3.44. 30,000. Al com- I
W, mercial do. at 3.671 and 100,0O01. do. at 3.66$. 1
We still quote banook rtng 155, bill of ladig ii
bills 154154). elear bills 153 153, beak francs
firstname.lastname@example.org commercial do. 34d113.671. t
DoMseIc Eicnases-There has been a moder. a
ate remittance demand noltoeable to-day, as is a
not unasual for the cloe of the week but as the C
ad supply of commercial might sad short sight was J
ample to meet the reqlremet, rate coatlaned
to rule for everal days pat. We eabJua the t
total purchases by y ban and banker. a follows,
vts: $40,000 New York commercial alght at par;
$40 000 do. at 1-18 cent. premium, and 110,000. t
20.,00 aad 860,000 do. at cant. We still iU
quot I V cent premium at bank, and per@t i
cent. premium out of doors for sight checks on J
Northern cities. C
Ucamnnlir Norse AxD Sacrrrias--Transc. I
tlons under the above eading deolose further I
weakness in the osses of the city. Oferings I
show a very maked increase and the demand ex- t
hibit a corresponding abatement. Loubiana I
State Nes are rmer, bit Bank od Louisiana r
Notes are wholly overleekel, sad the movement e
in the general run of Stocks and Boads continues (
suspended. The followlag are the only actual b
operations reported piae ear last, via: $10,000 d
and $20.000 City IQotes et 37) east. disoant,
$3000 do. at 37. $3UO, do. at 3, and 60 shares 14
Union Bank Stock at $86 7 share.
raoni.a UserA can.-We are Indebted to f
he Western Ulon Telegraph line for opies o c
the followng private pthee received over I
Sthat rto to-day. via:
Nel York, June 12-10 A. .--Gold opened at t
1404. 10:46 A. w.-Gold 1440. Cotton-Demand
lair; prices have advanced. Middling 31)i.. I
Mobile 311c., Orleane 32e. Bleeipts of the week 1
3650 bates; malks of the week 15,000 f
batle; exports of the week 1570 bales; f
stock on band 68 500 bale ; receipt at all lnitted
States ports 3700 bales. Steroing 1104@10to .
S12 .-Gold 1404. Cotton-Demsand fair, bet at
lower rtan ; holders ask 31431l8032. Sterling a
steady. 3. r. u.-Gold 1404. rtotton-Demand t
fair, but at lower rates. Bales to day 1500 bales;
ir. nominally, middling Sle., Mobile 314c., Orleans a
h 31 c., closing rmer. Sterlig teady.
r-. June 20--11:15 A. x.-Cotton
c. market Irmer. Estimated sales 15.000 bales; p
y. uplands 1110@lld.. Orleras llr ll1d. 3 r. x.-
be Cotton lonsed frm. 8ales to-day 15,000 bales.
et Uplands lltd., Orleans 114d. e
re London, June 10-Holiday to day. 5
d aumtrtal ttulac. I
Oincwm OrnoL. Mo Im Ow" em e, tl .,
as Sttsuanea iake. Jue a1. U I
as Corrow-The movement in the leading staple
is, steadily nclises in favor of holders and faster.
.d. Under still further favorable advises from Liver. r
p. pool and New York to-day, prices have again ad
sl vanced here fully ie. lb., and as the demand for v
ll both the foreign and domestic markets was active
.j throughout for 8aturday, eales would doubtless
ie have been heavy but for the very meager oharo
k, ter of the offering supply. As It was, however. a
e only 244 bales changed hands, at the following t
as enbhanced quotations, vi: Good ordinary 27c.@
as -e., low middling 28@-c. and middling 29@-c. c
it- uorrou nriAlamov.
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Broan AND O LaRm -Very little han beeun
done today in either of thed article. The few
nales efflected during the day were in small lots to
i retailer from the store, while sothiag whatever,
stbh we could gleam, was done on the levee. There a
seeum to be little, if any, demand for either Sger t,
' or Molasses, and holders have made so coce- I
Salone from yesterday's figures, which rule thes
I masket, and which we repeat: 14l e154c. for fully a,
fair to prime Louisiaina ugar, 12i4tI( . for Nue. i
S12 and 13 Cuba do., 85e. * gallon for choice e
r Lousu Molasse. and l4ai02e. for Cub t
n Mehlnsee, according to quality. C
FPLorn-There have been bht few lrge traenao b
tiona in this lis daring the day. The laclemency p
of the weathr seem to retard beemnes and deter i
bueras from lveeting largely. We have to report
sates of 11040 bblhtreble eotragon private terms, n
50 bl. treble extra at 10, and 0 bbl. common a
Cob-There has been but little inquiry for i
me gala of any kind duriug the day. The price. y
ruling the malrket show no change from those of a
)esterday. $ veral small lots chaunged bands dur
Sing the morning; the principal males, howeve-,
were 1000 sacks; 760 white at 1 03, and 250 ye -
low mtied at 97c t
Oan--Tbe market i quiet and Aguore remain cl
aeh A Ired. at of 150 aMd .50 sacks are selling i
ast -rWT7eo., but dhere have been no large saie. r
Ban--We brve no alte to report under thai f
head. Our quoation of yesterday remain no a
changed, vim: $1 50 t 100 lbs. In quantlty. g
t Ba--The market bha been very quiet to-day, o
id sad nothing of importance transDired. Ordinary, q
a 1it I to; choice western, 821@ 2. ci
Pea--We hear of the sale of 150 bbis. mas,.
in lots of 60 and 100 bbis, at 829 16. There is,
however, very little demasnd, sand sales are mtotly de
d confined to small lots, which command $29 750.10 t
ir kco--With a large stock on bhnd in the mar- L
ket for this s,-asn of the 3ear. we have to report al
a very dull market and very meager sales during f
the last lfew day. Prices ruole as follows: Shoul- E
dars, c131c34.: clear rib aides, 16(l ltL.; clear i.
aidles, 174 017*i .
LAai-t-,ooln ones in very little demand, and r
sales are rcoilred to retaileri. Prime into tieroes is
S selineg at lc., m kegs at 20020)o. f lb.
O5m or iurruion. Jas it, g18.
Arrived yasterday - 749 Texau Beeves, 138
Calves anti YeParhug, 99 Bogs ad 69 Sheep.
"old-6-14 Tieaas tkeres,219 alveeand earllogs,
33 Hogs. 221 Sheep and 4 Mlfch Cows. Stock on
sale - is6s I xra Beeves. 866 Calvem and
Ysearlitnga, 545 Hogs and 32 Mllch Cown. We
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S Pils LAUGIRINo AT NIAOLrEON.-Whn NS.
Spoleon cet out on his late journey to Ronen he y
found on his table, among other newapsoer, a
cepy of a new Parinin comic jonrnal--ls Ln- -
r tene-the appearance of which has caused a
grat Cenusatio in Par., the demand for it being
So great that the presses can hardly srpply it. If
Shis majesty readl it through he had the pleuure of
perusing some of the most exquisite mareoam
about himself and hie dynanty and his system ot
gsvernment that ha. yet been uttered. Every
k Ise of it sparklles with the wit of the editor, M
r Henri R.cbhefort, whose audacity In treating of
political subjects ia only equaled by his skill. si
one of the uaatst hits is made in the claim of i
Mo . Rlciefort to be a Bonapartist. He protests
that he is a Bonapartit, an ardent Boonapartisr,
bet then be claim his right to choose the partieu
tar tIosaparte whom he admires. His ideal i Na
* poleon the Second! whom he eloQeesytl enul,
. glss; and we have but to reest the life and
a urer of that lean nlncomop to andersteid
how hi eeleetion tIckled the arL . This ad
Smirbhle Beaparte, asy M. RIsbefort, never
levied otrlbetione, never decimated his people
by ware, ulderteek so distant expeditious where a
y 600,00.004 fice were expended to recover asome
thing ander a loak nhad no devouring civil list
ead no malers ual e or a fnotlesons ast
S1.00 rae a plse . It bi aot hard to lanfer
b from thi that M. Roebef.rt's Boapartisem do
e not etend to the pt oa tIhe Third Napoleon. A
5- o~rreepede.t in wrtieg abt the new journal,
* ad the *sent it at once prened sy truly that
SinP irits rathera dna rereo i I for ae rm
I peser to Led all the Boulevard Leageig as him
of We have f ie Ihed I smaed that
ark "eegh ma as o a feast," ad we wd.
At wit as idne eutas tmh aMld poetle, re
I t peettu M er the rs the weather tha
". we have bad l aagh f the Mkind of weather
e whle hbe has eat t to as for several days past.
epd Coalde th , dll times, etem at toe
M nage, aet., bealeasm was very fair ea the
in landng eeterday. A large amber of ear -
at seas assembled the landa to see he peatet C
rer of. sad they we welrpeMid for their trouble,
we as hey ge ~ r Id spleadid style.
er Amveg the passengers on the Blhmea, d
terday we noticed our friends, Mr. MHria Baker
lig of the Picayune, and Deurai DaPoots, E.., of
ter the Cassomir. Ge.tlemen, we wish yoe a ples. c
an- sent voyage and speedy return.
A By a telegram from Shreveport we lears that
rm the regalar JeBfruon packet Monsoon. Capt. Jas.
in. M. Tucker, will arrive here to-morrow sad leave
o on her returm trip as 6 . . Tuesday, Juee 34d.
44, On her last trip to this eity the low-pressure
m Richmond made the ru from Cairo to this place
. in sixty hoers, main twenty-two freight land.
S ia on the way. This is quick time indeed.
as The Nina BSimm, frm IAkport, will arvie
this eveaing and leave to-morrow at 5 r. x. for
er. all landiegs on the lower coast, as high as Don
e aldonvilonl and oa Bayou Lafourche to Lockport.
he Oapt. W. . Oethouse commands, aud Capt.
ras Joe Dalferes has charge of the office.
led The A. G. Browa, Capt. W. IS. Bsmett, leaves
the teo foot of Ctn I street at 3i and It o'etook this
rs, evening for Carrollton.
ar; The Lual D., Capt. Grace, leaves at 5 o'clock
00, to-morrow evening for Jetlrson and all landings
l The departures yesterday were as follows:
on Jobsh Kilgoar, for Loaisville; Judge Flether. for
Cmincinnati; ommonwealth. for St. Loeis; St.
so- Nicholas. Capt. Dowrt, for Grand Ecore; Grey
er Eagle, Capt. V. B. Baranco, for Bayou Sara;
s Ale, Capt. Badovich. for the forts, (notuhaewn
ox. to a few of our citizens;) Flicker, for Lafoarche;
sa Idbaoe, Capt. F. A. Blanks, for Trenton sad Moe
na roe; Wild Wagoner, Capt. Biohardseea for oaseb
ont es; Bart Able, for Shreveport; Gen. Quitman,
tes Capt. Leathers, for Vicksabrg; and though Ist,
cal by no means least, the great Bichmond, Capt. J.
00 Stat Real, for Louisville.
nt, The Judge Fletobher, from Cincinnati, had a fall
res load of iron.
The great Richmond had about 300 tons of
so freight, over 100 head of cattle, and her spacious
of cabin filled with passengers. Her trip is the
fer largest, beyond a doubt, that left this city for
Louisville, or any other port, since the termiona
at tion of the "latennpleasruamess."
and The arrivals since our last embrace the A. G.
. Brown, Capt. Bassett, from Lower Coast; Wild
te Wagoner. Capt. Richardson. from Natchez; Rath,
iO from St. Louis; and Rose Franks, Capt. Carleton,
f; from Camden.
led Ouachita and Red rivers are reported falling
at Despite the low rates of freight, and also the
ag scarcity of tonnage at present engaged in the
nud trade between this city and Red river, the boats
es; engaged in this trade are doing little or nothing
eas as far as up freights are concerned.
The telegraph yesterday morniar reported the
too river rising rapidly at Vicknburg on the 19th. The
es; papers of thatdate report the ea jort the re.
es The Gov. Allen from Greenville, will arrive this
evening and leave again, as usual, on Tuesday at
The A. O. Brewm leaves at noon Tuesday for
From the Vicksburg Times, June 19th:
"The weather coanmues very warm, and de
spite daily indication of main, the drought is still
upon us. Business was tolerably active on the
pi levee.the number of arrivals and departures being
es, quite liberal for the times. The river is falling
r- rapidly, and a large portion of the levee that has
g. beesn bbmerged for weeks, is again looming into
re From the St. Louis Democrat, June 17th:
"Under the scorching rays of the hottest of
a. sees. business operations languish on the wharf,
er. and the river is rapidly declining. At the same
ing time, we are advised of a rapid rise In the upper
S Mississippl and tributaries. from heavy rains, and
, of a real June riLe in the Missouri at Benton and
below. This Insures an extension of the navigable
season to a later period, perhaps, than usual. For J
the season, business is brisk. The Lizzie Gill,
sa loading at barge rates, leaves this evening with all p
she wat s at this point. The splendid towboat c
sn Atlantic, ad three equally exoellena barges, have
.s been sold by Capt. Ed. Ford to Messrs. LPnsttall
- Holmes and James B. Shaler, of this city, for
$55.000. The purchasers dedign engagiog in the
n et. Louis anad New Orleans freightin bueleess."
cv From Cinmciaati Enquirer, June 18th:
to "The weather ye-terday was eloody sad
er, showery, with indications of more rain last night.
are Mercury ranged at 82. The river here ceoineees
[ar to iall, witth 12 feet in the channel east eveala.
SIt fell 1 foot in the twenty four hours previous.
the There is nose too much water on the bars below
Ily for heavily laden boats The Alaska reports dad.
us. lg but seven feet at Rising Sun. Business gen
le erally on the wharf yesterday was fair. Owing to
ib the advance in the rates to St. Louis and New
Orlean.s, shippers are little disposed to hold back,
n- but freight was offering pretty freely to both
toy points yesterday. The Alaska arrived from New
ter Orleans twenty days and twelve boars out on the
art round trip. She found the water scant from the
us, mi uth of Salt river up. and was compelled to take
on a barge nla tow to lighten. The 8wallow, Capt.
McCarthy, is the only boat loading for New Or
for leais. She will leave Saturday without fail.
to' Monongahela 3 feet. Allegheny 4 feet 10 inches,
of sad teailing; at Oil City 11 inches, and fahling."
urc From Louisville Courier. June 18th:
a-, " The river was falling at this point yesterday
0- with 54 feet water in the canal, 3) feet water in
the chute and 2i feet water over the rocks, a de- -
tin cline of 4 inches since our last report. Business
ag in river chele continues udoll. The Chlmpion,
e2s. recently sunk at Cbheunlt'a ieach, arrived ast the
his foot of the orsnal yesterday, on her way to Cinoin
in- nuti to repair. The dusage to her was much
greater than was supposed, and she is still leak
iy, ng badly. Itbis timestm that 110.000 will be re
7, quired to place her as ihe rw before the ac
5* From tbhe Memphis Avalanche,June 19th:
is, euatrher warm and saltry. tie river bhere is
Sdeclinlag steadily, with a fair stue of water in
30 t).e charnel to Cairo. The Arkansas is receding
aith three feet.of water in the channel between
ir Little Rork and the mouth, and two feet sant
art bove Little Rock. White river i4 falling, with a
R fair stsage of water through to Auusta. The . L
I- E. Lee puassed up fr Loouisville last night. The
ar Lzzle lll ta cue from St. L ulsn. We have no
iinprovemreet to report in river matters. Freights
Srlin n do'l. with faew m rrvals and departnres."
UMmE MUTUAL IMelyMAWIC sM1. r
PANT OP NBW ORLtBAn. I
Premiums reive dhrui the ylu asdag
lumeeber Si. io...... ...,,.....i.saein me
Lo.ss , s , eapeaeus, sre-lsaraums, st,
pa~d dar,,e asaue ·eds.............. sw,-rae w e
&..e*, on the .i-t Desems,. 1 s7in .. waa
TLh Compear caUasus to ure against ie rpraef thes
Sas. Rs,, a les w damage by VIne, ais e semis
w ALPIUD MOULTON, ?si5 5
wM. M. Pe , ls a, Viel",,idn.
A. W. mUiNa. Slomemas s.
t P. lthel, JohuT. ieo. e-J t uses, ,
uo U Puwkles J N Irssauhr iJ.he C. Roam
IFE ! I URtAI /..
iIEDMONT REAL KStATR INSURAOtK0 COMPANT
a OP VIRGO ILA.
For a ti.e Insremee Only.
of AUTHOKIZED CAPITAL...... "5................$,050
g A r.rs.y oauthers coomsay. sTe Piedmoet ffen rat
t sltr1o trho u e i eraeer their ss. Pletici
rssud on a , ll sd at c- rums All , evsamiam t made
'ut e bsis, rasl cat, ins eameSsy de, sd esee n
tn Sir so a nudaaulIs, erd. The rbs'mntlmaa msus h
of selt h, LiS kaeess, IS isiis wie bat tsros-eas rlisks,
II. ,h-,. ha1Ildbyerl w pqi,
of IlMl OPICs: MON REnAL NSIl50 OOUNTIY, VA.
Its Prsees.-W. CARt,oI. *l.
I5, henrey-J J. HOPKINs.
. araetl Advilr--t. HENRY PERm OW, M ..
.Dtreesow-W. D. 0.5.0. Nudssu. Maia. C.A.A Selftw,
s; Tb.,sa.d T. i. VI,ui,,t. Wa. nbphLeeJ. •
e Oubist, Win. orde, D. J. ilseisa
ad sew Orsks Age 24 'aesu Sisal,
r A&B •t u. e IIr T,
St ryri .. or. AND LTaI''rn FOrm U1
at 1See 'vs. ne a ees, besw iN us e nd ·MY
er ALLsO, Sassueisasdems. clba.alL
1, 00po mD 5 mws r n A P ramierrs. a
S a as ear snstsssu. s se e
ths belsesd D mis Je Wsdq mmOl
o m or S.Mii-.ii .
J0il4lANY OP NEW Ol3AI'
iS. Ic eetmesp11 web m e ms of tei asa de a
a Cempeah pebblh et Adwtlg
uS. Paeos.emAeaele de sg Us year .met eat Na5 UK in.
or, le ansere -m1im at gopmeseerpert
Of OI a hne ais .................. ................ sN a
1. on MaRil.. l ................................. le It
O aUe r. Ble .................................. 1 106
t ... ....... .......................L , >
.e o .. rem a.....................q . 4 a -
On n ar.1.13k... ........... 1739 33
e Oe b ed . r - m... . s. y, s....... -1 I
O r~..L..................... se1 4
ofo la . .vr · b................ 4ITJ 96
ept an ..Pm ... .......... 3 .1 s .
0 Belna rame. Exp.nes 1PreL
ea ad Is, lkm lte es ..... 156,9 06- 691.10U
NtPra. ...............................5 massi 6
r: rass.ese d by ledge................... a 1 I
for Cae anhad................................ Mtae 91
St. CPmim• " nied at cIaea........... abIS a
r - ar Be l............................. . .
"h- iher ssel CsI.. Pres........ ,I600 a
n. a N R" Dck .................. 7 a
wt, *- Rereheate' as g. ........... LW a
J. Liopran a d Wreaking Ctfo...... Lo9o1a
rl ta la S Bmoe Lib Id . aC . 9 1 a
lastoe Boo..... .......................... 13,60 1
the Uncldaimd interet and Ieree py.
for able in J nuly ne a all e asttad.
1 lgpSerpof th e Compm y:....... $101,4p 11
Thirty e par mant of Scrip o .s 1
G. 18 , paable i July ............. 70n . 1 1
rild Uerse Prem.maC r, 1n.. . e--17 10
t8t, o n0.1,60 > s
The above Statemet Is a just, tre and coec tur
ing from tnbookaof the Company.
JOHM PEMBBRTON, Pse .
N ty PAUL FOUBCBH, Scnretry.
tdSTATIEr OF U)'A. A
ag Parish of Orlens, City of New Or~ln |
Sworn to sa sublcred befes me, this 9th day of Juoe,
t e 186. PAUL W. COLL.NS,
le l Third Jutie of the Paeea
WAt a meetingo o f Dbreotero l held N the 9th
at day of Jun, 18, it was reolved to declare a Scrip Dividend
o1 THIRTY PER CENT on he Net Earmed Participattg
r -remums for the year endag 90h
PrlloParia y, IIS ofe N hc O ar
tates will be issued aNda aes ter Oe fr9t day of A agasJ
next. Also to pay on and after the second Medmy .a July
m next YTHIITNIVE PES CENT. ON THE SCRIP .lBU
utiUOF 0186, and six per cent. nterest on all outstandmig Scrip
the of the Company.
ag JJha Pemberit.. P. Maser. David NcCad,
M N Ps1g. L. F.Ilees. Pirre Pou.,
h .b. harory, Job Moran all L LZ. Malt,
PtO PaWilts,' J J Ferunaden.
of LOW IANA -QUNITAL5
, LIFE IrIUAON COMPANY.
*'m r . .... ................................. .
ad OFFICE, 142 CANAL STET, NEW ORLEANS.
or John Pembmelra. W. Pik Edward ,
tw Josrn ELun.r.. Preldent. W. ina. ViemPreld t,
T. R. Draass, Gemieal Aseds. W. IN,ra.baemrap.
Dr. lesry mith, Dr. J. H. Lmwi, Dr. W. C. NSeis.
6A. A. sms. AIlmen.
'h4 ALL KINDS OF LIFE ISKS TEISU-Ovdinaey We
and ...u l Endowesmt" Ten Annual Emisu atad Pive
SAnnual kndowmenmat; Singlo Payment; Participitg and
. a m o a tiedp yt Cany a. lomw asy
other Company -
ALL PATh3YuT -ON-FOnRFITA3LNBLL.
k, e-4min ýI p eam Ommm o.
Ow W. WaANS, PaidenL
the IL 1. Gaxbomne, someer
pt. A . WIwr, t, .
Oil. A. S. Ns w. . t Yawmm,
I·n tm of rowld of Ud d rl ll f aly. u
0h. OO s. -
I OU MUT AUAle ITATIMIT.N
ie- s a.
Company pobtb hemssauingstnaemed
ens ia- Fiv.e 1 m'm. ...... ,su a
he 3w Pr um. l .u 17D 0 9* 1
ramre L ren.............u.........a M A
Less .a .. ....................... $ .1 U _
S Ivle Ia.s...e. ............1.... a
Mar ne L eem................. 8s.7 07
3e .es...m.................. s gO a
sones mt nMemi eme........... ,7 s
s a......r n.................. I rr
inpa cfthe F In* aI e Com matt emolf t W om pay, ngn el ty
sw lap t as Na. i. . at............. .
I n v e n e stoa c r . . . a r s emi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a I
seveusd fo ae Uejunted L emes............... 11, U
Te ed oe Pmses............................... w Is .a i h
I oll bs Fia n ................................. aags
Pedeis by the Smeai or Trneies..... . deoi..n. gltec ap
Iney m nSa................................... .
Lh ed in Cen A ee Se OI...... ....I ,
relemInm. n Ie le.... ... ...1.1
___ a a mid.... .......9>...........n.ima a
SW . 3r, 50913, e
E. P. Sown.es. eAam rms,.
e . . arm a- seen.
Iiw T RUSINUI:
3.- NU~ e dr r ames6
. .em sm
meW heZ.en I M a, suat.
n iow Is *im. * 8% 1m m.
hemIwee. W Iran ematn* o the a smaoa" Ms h3I
dW etAp~h, Mi
- 1e Pmlme sar............ Im.mn
hdi POemeIms hr Ter............ 171.104 S
i Vod mas mhmd P sr......... ... . 16
Pirm pa m sad e"laIsd..... S I Ie
ar .. ......... .................... S7.54 98
Seim............ .................... D W es
0.. .~............................. oN a
PaMd 3lomua ad seea e st i. .a
ar . d ............................ a .mW0
?MW ee, TaUr. pa ramp
aeal apanses le dimeumas et.... 4.11
30l -- .1n 1
saem awm ...................... s awn
The Company haye the feWllowig Abat:
sQ Mla lawet............. 5........... S.31 O
SLm an eMads miNgae....... .343
S ----$- OSIi
S 1sash P i tad ..................."...i.S 1 5 W
M LOe.. a p.m . Sad .. an ...... Us
S 1.ie...e...... ea....... .... I.0
M 3ao@WM@i hey Bdris............. fS.
7 oft a 3de............................ .. OS1 e
SC..e.S.atrr d. pan. wd...... .40s a
00 Dae fr Promlms Ia colrse tof lo
- icte............................ .
Th- CmpOeany bsem. he:
e -. 5'. hewed.el:
ipended te. ltocks amr eads.. l 4m3o7
Prcted Sp mase.............. 7.10 a
la.ort.a.. ...MM e ............... 7.0
SThe above etsaement Ina tre and derresa tremaipt tem.
1Pe a, books he Cempemay.
TrO0. A. ADAMS. Presana.
L Ha , g V.Osa..n Secretary.
PAllIS OUF b,,i S
as. Swar t and sabsecrlb beMn me. thie M. dy. of E.
18L PARIS OHILDR1SS,
i. SeBend Jat.lc at the Peae.
Parls. at Oroes
ad The Compeam wll pay . l.e.. M par aeat. r a
m all its Ot m diasdlg Cotaltese of srip to the legal h5.eg
SthMeof, a and afterm th secd headay ol Jua. mei
ast The rd of Tee. have a. iard a Scrip D4
ay t T HIRT YTRl.m AND 03-THIRD p oesl. ma the
us v pearei.s ettiled to particlpat. . tr the ye.. ad.
iP April h0.,136; be which eotle .. will be lnasd an and
after the as Monday n .Agust nset, e etGover. mla.
THOMAS A. ADAMS. Praidant,
SAMUEL H. Bi5MD VIce PreIdcat.
. l T. Ors,. iamta y.
Jeha Watt. 0 T. Saddeke.
D amel . Newman. Pr. H. Pola,
Wa EdwcaAe Lo .oer.
P. ,lme. A. Thmpeea..
IOW AbIIWAL rrTAzEUzT
iP FACTORS' AND . TAD. B ' INSURANIO
so ............... m .ede. e e.... ............
N1 XW 0r.33s5s. 3e Apri, ISO,
The Tramees, 5 coearity wha the sharer at s One
pany, pablbh the aIlalwb stamcnt at i. slobe, hir ae
year aia lMth Aplk, SIS, twiu:
Rmee . ks..................... 1.'16 I 0
Lee Unmaited Pm....m..... I..170
S ed ............. 1. 00
Pedt Pr ke.. ............. . ......I....... 37 5
are . 11Rh.................. 16.00!7
ab. emiabt...... e.. 11.81 10
he Tutem esa leo...................... 17.046 u
OtE m. an to Wookhol .. 5.rs l .. B.,... 8.010 07
e oahal a.teaolammed.t.... and.....ta1E
8 .r..iar ............i........... 1........
RW Prem..................................... 9 . i4
Pheml~al lo uses........... 6. I
Trhme rLoea .. a.tatmUt.. 133tim an air... 3 oeAn
SIabate......... ... of... 359Cm 97
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e se tah Ieta sees, arms ame iensyc i easme.
edJateatteb·e Pie.. Parish St Orleane
wt CapiItak OaDa LIIIICU
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M I dp .ksWnm as some as s N W . 10s
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