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cf repudiation, but certainly in favor of a vast re.
duction of the present enormous taxation. The
public mind leans that way. Let as have peace,
real peace, a the popular ory, and the pope ar
heart natuoraly years for the poseution of that
prtaperity which should accompany pesee. Th
remuft of the p reeidetfal election may be so vsgu.
ly d4ided i she eeallt betwee* the riehts
the Nirtbern and Southern States in the matter of
franchise as regulated by Radical legislation as to
drift an iato another civil war; bet it is clearly
the duty of the Northern States to set the seal
emphati' ally upon the issue by their votes and
leave notbhig to chance or no opening for eon9it, t.
The eapression of antiRadical sentiment in the
late elections in Kentucky and Oregon is but the
precursor of a great counter.revotution. upon the
verge of which the country star s this moment.
PE WOINAL AND POLITICAL I rlFM
VaTlandighbam is announced as a candidate for
Cot rrees in his district.
(,rar t will not ot, to a watering place until No.
,enbs-r, and then only to Balt River.-[Ex.
Pon. T. D Elliott, of Maueabusetts, announces
his de'ermination not to stand as a candidate for
re-election to 'ongress. (
Rev. ('has Eagan, a catholic priest of Augusta, d
Maine, has been Indicted by the grand jury for
The Democrats Lave nominated Warren p.
Noble as candidate for 'ongress from the ninth
n, iler Colfax is a relative of Mrs. E!izabeth fi
Cady tanton. Cand the lItter is by odds the smart
est man of the two, says the World. r.
'The preeident has appoinled George W. Co'by
as c lit ctor of internal revenue for the first di
trict of Alabama. vice Anderson, resigned.
Gen. I. E. Swikle oand Gov. Fenton were to be
aerrr.aded at UCoion Ball, earatog, on Me nddy 1 T
Miles . O'Reilly's paper, the New York C( t
Izen. Isle fered for sale for $25,000. S.,ms Ner
York politicians propose to buy it and make it a
The king of Siam hua twenty·nine eons and Y
thirty-three daughters by thirty five wiver .
What proportion are Siamese twins does not a,,- c
(;ant Man.-" I tell you, sir, Repnhlicani.m ia at
looking up." Neytro,ot r ano." Well. Rt dicalim
is fo fiat on its bacl that t can't look any oter I
crant told St. Louis that he expected to take
up bhis abode there. The people will not iqterfere lige
with hi intention by laying his venue in Washing. c
ton.- [World. T
bhe difaerince between Grant and Blair is the Ac
diferrenpe between a "mum" man and a rum thg ,
n1sn.- [Chicagr Past. tiha
Grant that the mum man and rum man are one. B
iean llckman says the carpet baggers are th me
poorest lot of sneaks that ever got into Congress. I ..
]He has collected les. than five dollars off them, co,'
raid that in btas of ten and twenty five cent shin- T
plasters. i tl:e
Miss Kate rantlo, related to Mrs. E'irbhth 'The
Cady ditto, is sojourning in (Gcriany, and astoanlo arid
the nativse by making speeches in favor of ainit
wimen', rights and other exclusively American (I;
insltutiton ". Illit
It might be profitable to the Radicals t, ponder The
the following paseage fromr a Londou j ulrnal: a cce
"A governing body nmust either find het-er leal- and
ire than Mr. Stevens and Mr. Butler, or renounce pres
ai t pretensions to sovereignty." A. l
Hnry M. Fowls, a chronicler of small bher ti'e,
in magazines, and author of hibtorical nove ga oe
of the Jacob Abbot sort, is a regular contributr ill
to All The b ear Round, by special invitatlon of R dl
JLichens. e art
Capt. Joseph Richard Wheatly,formerlyof IIr- . our
rodeoburg Kentucky, and late of the Coufederate I !rt
army, has been appontied a lieutenant in the Ii r
cuirsasMiers of the Imperial Guard of the French f,-ihot
J. ). Hoover and A. P. Hoover have bought the .pu
Evening Express, of Warhirgton, I). ('., and rain- The
itg the fiag of Se)mour and Blair to the masre fi8atii
head. announce thar intention of making it a J. 1.
lively newspaper, and an efbectivecampaigu organ were
of the I benmocracy. Miuto
T hIe pall-bearers at Gen. Halpine's funeral were: tie c
Hian. Ji n 'I. Hihlmean, Maj. Gen. David Hunter. Many
Janme T. Brady. Hon. Htrece Greeley, -arneae . invite
Betnrett, .lr., Rtoert oE. Roosevelt, Peter A. i
bwteeiey. i chbard B. (Cnnolly, Nelson J. Westr- ireetit
buty Richard (i'torman, and William C. Barrett. was hi
oie",rge William Cur is was a silent partner in mttlit
the firm of lrix, Edwars A t('o., the t ,r pricthrs i'aond
of the original Putnam's Monthly. When the t I Esq..a
firm failid. ('urtis assumed he labhilities, su k an abl
his private fortune, and for many years labored row.
bard t, pay off tle balance, which he succeeded warml
to doing about a H ye.r ago. 'hi-t a
The Western papers are emulating their East-. Bay o
ern hbretren in the use of choice eirthets. We purpo,:
fluid in a leading lietrit paper such editorial e..- u it
presions as thieve " liars," ''dots "' " -lr- the wa
rilous pimrs." etc. What a pleasing Ilustra-ion next el
of republican institutions to present to foreigners '
rinime of the Wee ern editors are decidedly coin.
plitrentary. Wm. T. Dowdall, an llio ,qi editor,
having read Brick Poetroy out of the liemocratie The
party, the latter replies by calling DI)wddl an of theo
"iditlic. swill headed chunk."h Whereupon Vi d . have n
dall calls Brick a "pandemootac paste-pot cut- idaly we
1 he New York Radicals are h rt ing to make cap. Id:strict
ital tor (;,iswold, their candidate for g-'v.'rro r, ny A pert
representing that he a trntehed money front his .\rguat
awn puree to harry forward the completion of the c.sunty
Monitor, which met the Merrimack so promptly ; otn 'oi
hut the World quotes from offs lal sources to sahw atroyed
that the bills for the Monitor were paid by the 't rI woe
At Petereboru, writes Mrs. (ady Stantnn. there Thon i
is a large base bad club of grlas. Nannie Miler in our
a granidaughter ,f (;errit Smith, is the captain, six iet
and handles the bat with a grace and strength u J,,eb s
w' rthy of notice. It was a pretty sight to seer t e a. a sam
girls with ti tir white dresses and blue rislt inls . a or' %%,
ing, in tull po-session of the public: yu sne, Iast pianters
h atOrday ahternoon, while the boys were q .t. '.týhe
spectators of the ecane. Th e5 :
Hoen. eO. W. Olit-k, who hu been nominated niade Th
by the Demoerscy of IKanse as their call'irt e itoie on
fI r gisenor is a native of Manddukv c 'uty. they wil
()thit, and emigrated to Kwa nas In l.7" tIe a c in lees oth
been a member of toe legir-latnre of Kanasd for a iothb
sevren earsa-st onet tis. beng atue only Dain,, ton, and
cratc iren haer- and he filed otherp lsiiin or re. h le witl
stronsibiity. He was a delegate at large fr -in h st ther
Karsor to the Nrtinreal I)emocratic Coveatioua , ore.
and wse a snpdortecr of Pendle:in. Thbe i
A New ot rients letter to the Newoa . York Ev en wa •s at
Poel1t, saya: The lieniocrats a very energetic In most
the politil campaign. They have at Iteadir t nes hurbd
rniaed_(eneral Beauregard oand a lare o rl... biw a
her of ex Conlederates have been elected hbon.r· i ow
sty members of these lubs. The are in perfect she did at
wc,rking order, witb plenty of money. The wealth being stru
of l.oultlalt is ir, the 'nrds of that party. The or hatchet
finsncicra end richest busines men have already The Op
cone torwerd with contributlons. The greatest a'n in
determinauon seema to erst on thepart ofthe ,'-to-tog n.
Demortat to giva shard fight to the Rep..b'i..s. pieer" ,I
Horn. Fernando Wood Rgae a dinner par atith b Oet.
Lake Hon, eSa'ratoga, on the 1, at wh.i. h t ite a t ot
following distiguished gentlemen were present: ri',a will
He r. uirandoWood, Hon. banford -. (hutch, cateri all
HM, A. WI.ge sol Henal, -o'tm ster geeral; B-,n. lij,ppy to
Mr. Ingeroll, Hon. tlint ' I). Murphy, (;eoree pear~ace.
owrie, of Maryland; Hon. Jos. It. Barrett exn- Ile (int
neyor of V ebiangton; Judge Sutherland of New r (spt. .. "W
York; Hon. 8. 8. Cox. James M. Smith, Jr. H ,n. IMr Js St
Erartue Comring, Hun. Jss. M. Marvin, M. C.; Hon. arrived frc
J. (I. Haxe, Hon. Samuel U. ( 'turtuy, It wa in. cr itrsging
tended to have had Mayor lIoffman one oft~e I,11 ksdR.
party, but be wu called away on business. t us11 kioods
In Henry county, III., there ts an old gentle. ire hopefn
man, ihxty-eight years of age, who is suposed to akieare b
be prially deranged. He never swear, hiiael,, T.e G:,t
nor allows others to swear in his praenci'o a'id Wii.httgt,
praly regularly .eve. timea eacl day. At regoi=r i iL e c',i?
ituJrvale he sets apart a time for fatrins. He,r I lit, si-dn
apsrt a seasir, fr fastinig recently ir three days, itu mi-po,,
ahtrilng the very lust weather that prevraled in the w ets pa cI
middle of haiveting, snd workei in the field dreadful cc
during the whole tine. doinga ,fullda.e wirk ... p'ndi'ts
and lever stopping tcr his meals. He lillsted raavged by
that le was not hungry when he was m~ic tile I that the :,
and on cue of the days did an unusual amount of j daya" time.'
W man named Thomas Johnson wea kiiled at Ie(l pltane:d
aSttenoo. Illinois. on the 8tb. abhiut u'cik a. a. 'a i rs, and
He was in the sleepigRcar, which is backed ona 3 esr. ('ottl
switch and left behind at that place. Ascertai,. ( Has. old at
ing that the train had started, he ran to the frsnt t-ocnd, spect
eud of the car and jumped out fn front, pro,bably it-.bris of
forgetting, In the excitement of the moment. thai tie lully eijra
the car he was c-n was still in motion. As be i ar aurd eqt
Jun l-ed out he fell. and the car passed over him. a blale to the
The brakes broke his back arid ot herwrse mutilated cured for the
him. rsusing injunree from which he died in abotit The Baont
two hIours. He was president of the female coP- The a won
legs at Mac .n. l;a.. and. it is said, wan a brother w ae ' thp.
of Glen. Jis. E. Johnaton. iwe' of the
General Grant was rearided at ltcena on the biLteryo neo
ith. hy cme ::Illfi pri,ltle" An adJrsss ofel we arid wet ha
come was made by (ten. John C. Smith. to wh::bh ripping. TI
t;en. (;rant responded as toll. we: " Fallow-ti tobacco, to ci
vel.s if (;slena-It gives me great lewure toba'co, to
at d where I shall expect to see you all ait you rai evnef,
bc-uses, aid have you ses me at mine whene yr The Winna
yiu can mke it convemient to call. Of course I "Thpersme ge
shall not attempt to make a speech. Thbat is a personinths
matter on which youl are well posted I thanr 'n his cotton. I
you for this kind reception." B e fonnd tlgan
The at. Louisa Repulblican asys : Z1 e a. Ithey did but lit
lion has been raised as to tbh oust.tutl ona three weks a
soitority of the Leglatur.. .or tbh ' re- crop enerally
p residentiai eleclorsby the Legi.latur, inst.ad of I i e their w
Y aLe people. Whltever may be said of the mO- tooaef
,r of a vast re. tre leading those black and-tan conclaves to
axation. The mike such provisions. it is not wel' to auail ltg -
I have peace, wrong g'ounds. They have full constltutlollt
I the pop. mr power to a poial eleetour is ris mm.ee. The
sion of tt second section of the second artio:e of the Coneti.
Fpeaee. T toion reads thab : Each State shall appoint, to
be so vagu seeh manner as the Legislature thereof miy
the rithes directs a number of electors eqnual to the rwhole
the matter of nsemhber o f senator and represenatives to which
aisltion a to Ithe tat nay be entitled in Congress, etc.
t it i clearly 'I he Wahbigton correspondent of the Balti.
set the seal more G -zette ays : A highly important question
ir votes and has betn mooed, and is now being discssed in o
Kfor eonfi, t. p, litcal circles here, as to whether ibi S 'thern o
imeot in the States can by any constitninsl or legal means
on is but the rid themselves of the mspet baggers who have
on. upon the succeeded n creeping Into the Uninted Sta'e
a moment. erate, without a constituency to reprsent, if it
S e showrn that they de not repreaent the people
of the states from which they pretend to hpil.
ILnEr, mlnent legal gentlemen have given an opini.on
S hh t it could be done by means of a writ of l to
adidate for .,,, nr.iiti , to bbe take out by the governor of
e,ch State, and thus bring the question into the
Cs until No. Supreme Court, where the legality of the South-.
[x etn elections could be thoroughly tested and de.
soddate for TIhe Washington correspondent of thJ Baltimore
s I azrtte sysb : The Radicals here are in a quan.
df anst ry. Tley see the "hand-writing on the h
yd juryr ill." A desperate effirt is being mde t) bring ta
Warre P. over at least a portion of the cabinet to the res'o ,
re i order to divert and confuse the public mind.
mn the ninth No one supand se that any direct influence could h
Elzbeth be exercised by the " abhinet Ministers" whose a
Sthe smart- names are mi re particularly heralded as proba-ly
recent converts to Radraliosm. Agitation, upou ae
SC ich the Radicals chiefly rely for suoa ess ie
h ofr tb ad miad at in thli moveior t--noh ng more. rne T
eedi. ( hronicle ilinks this is Mr. ewarj's "goltr i on
ere tobe otpP''ltunity. This argument I, ingenious, and
in Monday a- tshngs go, may possibly be efective. olt
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Iork C t. n OdtTIEoti POLITICS. H^.
SBoume WNe s e
I make it a Plaqemines ha a colored Democratic c!nh. IT "
(;et ('ullen A. lattle is the guest of Ja3. For. I"
sons and syih, in Mobile. L
•e wives. Miblle has a German Seymour and 'air "
)e not a,- cleih. sanc
The Democrats of ('hoctaw county, Ala , ratified
licmai.m is at Butler a week ago.
tidicali.m The white l)m,,crat. of Moitle have pre
ai othr it r'ed a flag to their colore party friends in that
ed to take ee learn that a number of well dispsed, Intel- fe.
t I'terfere ligerut colored p'rson, have formed a l)emocratic
Washlag- club m Houna, and that it promises well.
The l)e mocracy of Texas is thoroughly aroused.
lair is the Acounts of great ratication meetings Caoe so
d a rum thick and last that we are unable to keep up wi:h
are one. Bastrop, ls., has hbd an enthusafstic maes s
Ea are the me:lti t of Democrats, wih speeches by Rev, J.
Congress. L. Wright, Hn. H. W. Polc, Richard Avriett,
off themi colored, and J. lIr:igham. sio.
rent shin- There is to be a grand Demnic rth c barbecue on tix
tl.e loth at Jeanerette, I.4. All colors are iuvnitedl.
'iltht There wili be free transpirtation from Fraokltn
asto-nls d ad fine barbecue. Tiere are to be two other
favor ot siillr affairs in the parish of St. Msry.
merican (;ieenville, Ala.. had a grand Oi'ymour and
IBlair ratification ail barbecue .itturdey week.
ponder The number present was estimnatd at from five to
j urola: seven thi'usand, composed of citic-us of Bltler
er lea l- and adj-ining counties. lion. Thos a . Crenhaw Se
enounce preidtd, ard speeches were made by General C.
A. Battle, of luskeegee, (. C Iang-lon, of Sfi,. Oh
all beer ' te, and Ex-Governor Thomas H. Watts, of M ,ut
noves goonery. I
tributr Ite ()pelonss Courier of the rth says: The An
stun of RI dical leaders have been sorely eerciled fo: the A.
r at two weeks on actcount of the applearace in
of Il ir- o'r parish of a live, colored l)'emofcraic pe ker.ke I
Federate I hreats were mrde to intimidate him from speak- 0"
i the I' g ; but being a spunky stout and deter muel
French f'- ,ow, and being sustained ty the ipminins of tihe
public, they wisely c-,ncluded that "discretion I
ight thhewas tehe btser part of valor." oha
ad rait- The Democrata of )pelousas had a spirits I rati.
mas., fi-,atiin meeting and barbecue on Saturday week.
ug It a J... !!organ presided, and eloquent speeches N
a organ were made by ;en. A ciriade I-" II anc. OIl. Win.
Minuton. Jiiseph Moore. F.si., and Scott G;ordon,
I were: he colored IDemocratic orator froui Blt ,in Riue.
unter, Marny colored men were present, who had been ogee
en di. invited to participate in the meeting.
ter . A large and enthusiastic, though impromntn
estr- reetiLg of the Democracy of the cr,t preciacr,
Irret. was heid at lsyon Goonla on the 4th itnt. roe
ner in meeting was o gai zed by the choice of . JI. venmin,
ietrs i'audolh, Esq , as president, and Janes i'rowel e
a that Esq.. as secretary. The meeting was addressed in
erik au able and elolient minner by Hon. It. N. Bar- Lmnrs, T
aiurrd row. At the close of his reoarks--whih were dorsp
eeded warmly applauded- it was unanimouuly res -lvod
'hlt a mans meeting of the Democrad.- be held at bAsetae
E ist. aBsn G(ula on Wedne-day. August 12, for the
We purpose of orgsanzicg a Seymour and Blair club
al e or I tciuct No. I. and for the purpose ofdeviasrg
fr- the wan s and means to redeem the oart h at the Tt th
raioa niext election. diviendo
-ero r ---- - r_.i.s nre
roonm SOUT lgBiN CROPS. lstdnwfub
ditir, etnadiur c
cratic The Crystal Sprinig (Mies.) Argus and Crisis dl b r
llan o theh says: " We are peased to not rains
cut- iave not materially damaged the crops. Every
cut ty we are in receipt of glad tidings cnceruing
the favorable prosplects in our agrlcultual r lee
d cap. :,tricts."
roy A private letter from Columhbus. Texas dated A. w
ugu.\sgust 3d, saya a leading planter or Wharto,. ic i
if the cuetby had just informed the writer that the cot
pty; ',n horns merest work in hlti-lIds, aid hal d. Lu 1
shiw stroyed the crops in several fields near his pleLe.
the -T*r worm had not made its appearance in C,!o
there Thi Iherville South of the "th eavs: " We hive ati.
i!ler, in our i ffice a stalk of vuzar cane s:hi it ii ,r OwIO:
tam, six tiet long, with twelve well devel ,pd rid
agile )'es'. It Is sent us by our friend l)r. i'. Irsipay.
e tie a- a sample of his croi. Who can match the d ,is Jitn Cvmhi
ail- for' \%e have heard several others of our A Tis
I t+ p;anters faintly boast of their cane." U N. ilnee
iet 'he Ita*strp Jl,a ) Di'pst-h of the 'slat nit. .iad:'A
5a5s: We are sorry to say that the wiros have
sled made their appesrance on two or three planti t I
ti-ne on the bnaoi lerlhol,mew and we feer th it
uty. they will be on every cotton field in the porish
t00s in lees than two weeks. However it wi"l be fully Dr. B. B. Mi
for a io,,th before obey ito much damni-ge tithe cut- Ie i~0J
n,-i ton, and by that tintrc a large number of young
re1.h lli will ma'ure, and we hazard bhe aumertio, ALL liNt
inm 'hat there will De an arerage crop made, if n-ot Aan~i End
iOu, I more.
lng was most brutally murdered o0 Saturday eveaning.
C in A negro came to her hiuse and told her that her
as huiband at ,the brick yard witihed her to come flY
m- down and bring the blue box, used by him as
r, rash box. for the purpose of pay lug off the bands.
ect thle did so sod was niiat brutally murdered, by oes.
bith bemgstruck Li the back of the head wlih an ax
rhe or hatchet. The negro has been arrested.
ly The Opalousa Courier of the tth soys: The
sst 'mort ant rains of thu last three weeks are
he , a I-lig mu 'h damage to the cotton, whlie they Deembs
ri' swill di, as mo<,b harm to the cotton as the 5555mm
:h, caerpll rn would. Ihese pests, however, we are Y Rictr,
it. lat,py to say, L;hoe not 3 t made their ap. -al . elr
I a lrnace.
h- ibe olr1veeton Civilian of the oth aay : '.-'rm A. w. aij
Cspt. .1 W. lowus, of the Waci Exaniner. an I
icr Jis Stsfiord, i-f this city, who have recently
u. arrived from the interi,,r we have the moot en j. Ai..
ti c- uraging accounts of the prispect for crops of a. oMa',,,,
is '.11 b,di. The cotton crip of McL-noan o - . i- i:hvi'
lieer looked more pr'iiiiifig, auo the plaute's wa U -.r.
i.re hopeful of an ahundant yielJ. Truly, ' the
0 skies are brightening.',, -"N S UN
Tlhe G;alvestiin News of the Ilth savu: "- Our
W-hi;Lenton co coty orrespondent cr'-'ll il--s to 0u
trlly tle existence of the genuine cott i w -rni in
il-it netl-dn of the Start. We have li-yeo receic. Amenorpr
in'g reapniris from di~erent places for severn! Irp I<.e,,++
w w Peeh tiot concerning the exai(tince of the A'seiou31.1tl
d dreadful cotton Worm. but nine of our cirre- PIEW ORLNJ
i.p,.ndents report having seen a segle fl-Ild c-!rtr i- ,,-a
ravaged by them. when it is a well known fact ,n 'trp. l nd
that the li)Stun worm will strip a fledP in a few eilt5 tr[c.-sri"v
days' time." so ame
Ihe Ilrownsville Cou:iier says: " Co Aln s
I~e planted oi the Rio (rande only once in thire tiectilovi, in
tears, and csn be picked every m inth in t J Hart.J,.bl,
3e-sr. ('oteon griiwn on the Rii (;rundl last year """ 'c t h *-,
i-o nd, specier a ifiut h,, liig ,een ginned. Too ae I
thinr 'a of g,,,,d;ality, long and ster 'n: said to
ass ard tliosieslppt cotln. The average yield is Clpltal CtWI.
ab-ale to the acre. Mehican labor is easily pro
Cured for the cultivation of cotton." _ p
The Baton Rouge Sugar Pliater of the ith y - o:c. Is,. 25 Ca
"-As was predicted by many of th 'weather.
wise' of the parish, a long rainy spell has so:- B L. Iii Llrce
c-eded the drought of which we complained so
bi terly some time since. The eltremes of dry
and wet have been anything hut benefltial to , V.Onp~ n)
cri pp'ng. This is plainlyvsen ia corn, cott-in and ,-,cen. , r..
tobacco. to say nothing of other vegetation. an " r
gar cane is do ng very well, growing luxuriantly,
and with a healthy appearance, hut too maca E[.
rain even effects that hardy plhat."', , PL.
The Winnaboro' (Ia.) bun of the lth eays:
"The same gentleman who last year was the first
person in thin parih to discover the army worm hipw=
In his cotton, is again the first to do so this year.
the fonnd signs of them last week. That they ex
Itt there Is no doubt. But wray we not hope, as, A ,sO E
they did but little damage laat year nntilt"o or CAmmiestos
three weeksI after they were first seen, and as the SDveaioi a
crop generally is more forward by two or three psel. iirt Ceriv
weeks this year than last, that they will notCO m. dco.rn- o ft,
nc-nce their work of destruction until it will be i'icaaSanme, nin
too late for them to d munch harm"', Pp: ,cL~k
to salm ,L
*5erO. rs LYb.
of bthe Consti.
II appoint, no GAIT. , ;
to the whole
ive to which FOURTZZU AJIUAL gIAT[EI,
of the Balti.
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ir on the Dsutn Ms of rs ........... ,.1
de t bring Tae and Intern al R ..........
the res -n, penes, Rena Trees areet les m D a
ablic mind. I .oaot........5234 a
uence could SIn pr cast. Itert ..e .. . 0 0 uaa g
era" whoe Sap to -1t Mar, lS........... 77
as probaily _-- 1,34
lo, Il Leer r u ted L res ................ I,
Su('i) 4 is ,
more. rits The Or mpey have theei e apoommtt 'bs o AsieCompan, hch tim h tel.
'nion, and adopted by the Beard of Trees, ace decuared, after ampe PI
allowances and deudetlons are made, I e sa sas ey Fa
invted AorR l a.
'&ad lMortgage est 5.......b... 75 mol U Le
tCaC crh. taeladdsCltnd, ..s... .... ..21o L
Jat. For. iveeted is Bash and ether Mses.............i
IneWeed Scri.p a fasaea Oasraa. 136,s 0s h
and Bair . r edge & W....................
a , ratified ca .mla easeron* s is s ee..... Cm
ide d o omxon, Jr.n th
e' Ite. fse J. Vee Oepe a
iocratic GRASe 3 Pr .
t1. P. ee bessterp
I come co SAT OIIA,
p preeed during to year ndisO De Orlsl
L we ie sad e ah E wheg, R ei ere S et, tgs aid dsyp to (tas Fort
tic mlites PAUL W. COLLNs tinto
y Rev. J. thIedJEwlesef"Isrss
Bg prcn tneret on all tstading Scrlp will e paid thet
be u ee on n the 3lgal hldember, a17 .... . Ma nl et.
Str lw n iteO.t E n 3R A ', 3 I I, I , em , H i
a n Board of Di Asres, Vice Presald to
'oar and TRUTEEs:
n five to jul CarrIer., A. Z LLeasc
rf flater ALe, OwA. Fed ra nc ashwijsm
aneral . hrt, B lanIdJr, e L tte,
Orheasan aten, . y LTomyrs b
I . of Io b O kh . if, .ohn I relhaa r,
oIi r LIFt I.NSURANCE OMPT. O
p . Ande.son, Rags M.. ..... a., atit.
a: The AItfed . a.. . wI. . Pss thOre
I f:r Othe 1A. CANAL a ET' N .W Ob lli The
reure in Pem W. Dua, e g Fwardse, T
'iloiker. P. ·tecknaeyer, Andrew iewsset am"
a speak. Re W. Hyneas, h I.. Poth , Iag A',
erminuel Aroe'd MNoageeray Jabs MIIso, Jr., SAet
S' the Terv J. rase Pltt ggiey h
hcretiur n E arquen, Jalms lter,
Chas, w hilip, Radaiph Slog. MA
oe * Ebr M A lar g L rdy.
tarti- R J. r ~mw
peeche A NLW OLEAN MIRAL. Vl
,1. WA. A
ýordon, INSURANCE COMPANY, Bae
d been Oleo. Corsrer of Camp had 7anal Streets.
roint ITETH TEARce
eciac,, All S ie
owen, hec t, 17. ..... . . .o..... ..d1.31t 41
s Ae nuled in re- d thP ar ;ndin ICptr
MUr clb UC pgo
'riuli E E Or L vtir , l . ari , O9t . o1
at the The ouard of Direc n hae rolor ed ito n et* a ecrip
dirim endn of lR1 iE dt Core on the nact earned pycnct.
standing r e of rip, on and after thlr second re On Fire
Crisei dal C March. lo ts5 J. TOTESI, sri.de On liar
Tri s JeD.e cot, Secretary. ri n RIdeao
ir e a a r i I
ruing DIRECTOR a
A.t hrau, W rm . Ste rs, J. . I ai.eyre, Return
dated U W. Snhebo~h, Ji. A. Whiie. A. rlreh r r
Artita n.,.in n 1. iic W F W iir.me, .f Ti'.,
iJ de- L0LtoIA 3q tsQTAas Lg Onse" r
Ci. NA LIFE INURANCE COMPANY. ON
OF NEW O itLRLEAN AIs, Teff
d ait Joh e Co $m . .S. W & Pi
On Ce o A i te. T a Edwart gey cmT t
B F . L io torrar , P b M . nea ide taks, The Comp
I.t. loe . Ih EwaArrd Rmnket, NV.ae e r. omI_ _
thi aA a.. A 3 .... I d , Se0 hMi
tilt , is Deh F e9ad
l . H . Mites, Dr.ban p sis D*,,) Fr Y t JoI bClit
or. IdA. nUoc, it, r. Y J.Id O O.Leis, sr. W . C. Mj Bii.h
.ot.A.neal Indowtnc.i aingla ymncot; xrn aotnd
b f0y I O.fie o.7 Ca mpe.. nrcr oraer t[Rssan alm:
a IXhM h r t AR able hr
lhe r ,,-rn
inn, Psaitne asO. rln aOLa, l. et. oesi8
paid dariInd .. .n ...d .P
y, ant ll.o Derenub. e,18D7. .S ·T~ B reneluw, d
Ire t lass. h-era and so r d ae b ro Firs, atlmp her r, Te _ae
ALRED MIil.?Og, Pr-eldest
LengDr luPIN*Yg 1 sa M. C. ii Jordan, Galveson.
ewre a rr - es
-( hImeg y
07 u The r q l a oea nsity he Ro hare r, sabmit the fol.
qe8, alowing mlakoeset of the afalr, of the eerpaay on ta. WM
M 4v a ofAprt, 146 :
- OIGIN 71 Firs i Fem76 F for yaw ..............8 73 122 6 0
i >Kelt ner P ser iamn fir j...... .... 177. -64 I - Tt
ass T atasnt weed Premism. S 447.60 a mt
Fi re i ae s paid and mateas ..... $ .9 La
. ........... .................... 7.074 pa
River .................................. ast 4e
TPad aren ................ .. . . . .
SPaid relaearaaees and discount ln Iseu
ew:m p ......... ................. .1 30
Paid Interet, return premlama. ga.
- erl aexpeas lea dIlscont ete.... 7.6 01
I-- M6.919 13 U
N tM profts ......... .... .... **. $ I
ansmim mall The Company have the following Amers: wal c
afterample Pills Rece ble...... .... 494 an
galvalk tee Loans on heads and Mortgage........ .34 33
.. . h e .......................$10417 $77 M l h
.. 79,011 Leas on pledge of stocks ea call.... 63.4to0 110 ot
" 0lBoane m pledge of stocks on tAme.... 11."901'0 m-eda
3, 6 I at ......... .................. 76.0
N crtpe of or Compeoaes sad setL d lu1
1t se t............. . ....... 4 .... 4.84 o
S a sad .. ....... ...
* Olea.60 Pipy on t es , S.......... Bo...... ..... $6.4(IO 01
O. .epa for City oads pat de.... 8 40 001 Notesi
le l oa ......ll ..................... . 1.611 o G
49ho Wmsmm Due tPresalvona eIa: r o
The company have a..a
w O toperded Notee, Storks soe Bonds.. $ L 363 71
N Mae, For i tled Slcrip aout .............. 7.0 14
tnteret uncalled lo .................$ 7.JU15 GR
The above sttatment Is a trune and correct transcript from
bwill p o opr de t b .l ompy.
PARIN CH ILDREi l
rshty of N Orleans.
Sworn to and ebcrtited before we r thise d day of t ayend Otero
STIRT.YT S AND OdJE-THIRD per c on the Peace
The Comptan will pay I ptero t at tio per at. ea yash on ale
lard, thArese oa snad alte secand M enday is Jmas aezi C die
tog April 3 59181; for which ortiruato. will be ioined on ond op mioop
r.. alt er the grit Monday 'n August oazt free of Gorn,.ta t a ll sath
TH )MHAS A. ADAMS, Preidenat,
SAMUEL I. ANNEDY, Vice Predeet, APPRO
Nnlav V. Osna Iscretary,.
John Weatt O. '.Sladdlck, T
Samuel B. NOuns,, P. H. Foley. long ad,
Wie. Edward., A. (l. Ober, nototreI
treet, Pmm. A. Thompon, toas
PIr Llsn~llie foiorrln aot'.'& I~ y/g.q U
nos iroo, to
n COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS. empra.,
194,0794 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL STATEMEN? toa
In coformity with the requirements of their Charter, the
1 1969 Company publlsh tiL. following will iway.
1 partils SBTATEMENT: They aso
6 ad Premnms recoived during the year eadltr 316 May, 19. tn
ti alut- eluding unearned premium of e yer : nd t we
it Mow On Fire Risks ........ .$ 1,6844
On Fiver lasks .. ..... 6
Total Premtas... ..tl p Chemist
Le. Premilums Usearned 3Slet May. hm Tm
te 1 8 ........................ .. .$27 47 00 principleof
yr, trn P m m ............. .. 471 07-$ 70u 8 0 r a,
t Earned Premiums n .1t May, 13 .......$ 901 644 I horoi (
Loe"s paid: 7--ge-nergal
On Fire Riks .. ............... 71,26 37 a s
On Marinr Disks ......t........ 173,911 M e
On River Risk ...... ... 45 filur ct
Ti. ..1,96 ....I.ed ni. ht
T ........ ....6 . 3,16 anspy.
enn ourance Ex a g Profit od speedy.
and Los, es intere ..... 10.93 04- 614.314 56 Depot Gew
et Profit . ............ $ -
th Real tate. ........,,
.-... . . .. ........... 1"7
arks,.... C.y ...t .....1 . 1n17 t
Li'c ers o ut a s ree in Co . 1 i . 0 ) ) h
Stak oV Et4-Daible Life oyn Co. Io)o Ot
tnoclalmOd toteris sad Iatereet pay.
able in " Lih mo l o sta nd .
1469, pa oabdle . . . Jly .6 750 tlot1i e ma
6 nThcl ee w on nd h true and cor tra crit
• I uOClt PEMBERt IJN, Premsideot
1 Sworn to sac u e a o f Jon
Third Justice 41 the Pmeae
At Inetlhat of tlhe Board of rectors, hed o thei 9th Sl CH BITT
atn THIR PPt11 Cent on the etn t arnie ,d r Ad0
irclasom fb e year teot y. for wich e
t ae wb esed an ader the onrd ag (Irrotat Aantsr
P'notTxa c FOt O.tarCET. BN tl SCp 1*T.
ArWoru t o oipa me for th e n~ng ae harch dyJu
Jo Poe hertU. P Na . posr Dv d $1t'ord D oIPee
NTa LLiet r 1e 3 are ,T
hA •n etn. J .tAo o t n'EaCt i,.i
d uhc *fJ l ith, R COMF7Aoer a prFp hI miAGe
APrioto tremlu s for the yarn dh ng Il March 1 6rti ra
IuPrextm. due ]o, . a y d S M y antee da r,
.. ... .... .... ,2"5" I L *
Dor. ltuInr . . . . . 110901
Mamz Iselee.. L l842i irr £f lbatgg
' W, , Ra riee sadr·.
keor c Pin. -u S, as en wUJ h.
SPu ............. . 46-4 147.1 99 t eo Case
... .... . ..... .. .. 4 8 i m A
fre t, , e bek.. o.....th . ... ,e oasar..e tj.
Jetl e. Y. , t ar e QU I gie a )re f I, 1 a,
ad Deat l.. Co talione vry d.. fro. m
o'e' . tllut . . wH mee.. ce on. Orwleaus ad , oor
PrETiDai. oat oowu.a.w.
oe m m 1 tok U *eleek r. r pellty:
P .Dl ObeIagt L Ie ,
submtttln.ol. WUO TAK TIE MONggL
ill a $Uto ay pee.i who
ISt o ethat wtil lnamrlrmires an
S o rr -s s an nlyc our a pais a. theaIats bI,
Ir. ýTrmopte, Neck. auoldese. ScemL . Mock, Heaut. Loee,
- .771 . de pa Abdomen, L o, Ans Ca. t Toe., internal o
rrOtU, O'- , -be. ee' pa, Rom say omle, Rheo.s
S417.8k t > e.ngc, Row a oeo ai meo uto abite to to,. molt Intoa e
.Labo Pat..-oos s1 qt . fron Pint. or redoe inflam'ntuoe
a. ruidy. heal pmaaty s,..oon, ,Iv no pals I fti.
c 1tiOn 4 whsthefr applied trt wad r aret tuaut or L, oleo
1 blortI e 0po, and tI blastes e Psi. Pai
a tpld re . a r.. fi Carodeit street.
GRI UL .-NUO. - RN rI-T, 6.
oleAfutt-- r ew Ortisa. s ta t U ofP Bataa
.- 5.9 rI Ayetins oree saBa c ew of the Malakol Itttt:
stl bm a ka examIsed thi patet that m rn
351 a1S t10 s by the U.S ( e overmSet for mi. tfe rh lIahu n
itten. and tnmed in th atrc e elan e lo"d aemsu
ill caJc-tmoe tio ecie snid h.". eo - o i.r eet. te diger
eoryl intane I hmiad ordo e to Usert thei b. ae lftl
St-feRt. I remmaR , Tm T va RIS r sa OF
-i11t.9s7 41 obedtntiservant & Vft k,· IN D D - 1 al.ts li f
Sleo t-ed teo p-, bonld for the md an . te reot
" e s1 e rill* WI be tlly' I
dLANCm are al t s P tel. t
of tMao ic and fior ni Ia n the oordN te thermeal
Fi ell il
Sordlsl aromatic bUtter a A SIMIsTHf a, k
Nar n e, ral tihue,, r whep k 1 bal e ezdells di e
* redlest InOjua .s, to ealthl, aid my he o
yna.s dad La Oamito aorsad le nt"o
15I1l.371 '('*pR . ED eired
INA. 3,LD'B I UAprrT ?ET E flq Ol Pr&B VAL DIM,
- 311.517 17 pAOl ut e Irtcn tarer, No w ,lN' , rithe
4 .ml as New Orlansm MedcalI Int l u te,
trpci J t or. rae rhe l e rmgt e r astes s.
I ,thern the .a tey i reases o Ue niitl htr td
Rrlepot e rnue, ci aoi E ngholund. end eBermante sarw
rs. . pt' S e theet'Lil IroF o rem g t. awi oin . Oi h
O7.3anse -ingzl r of Pn ihen
I GRIMAULT A CO. CHEKI Is PALT
. l U RIOo .I.y. "" - sed
) ly a o thieee. y id ethe E mperor o r the Fr nch " e PULL
eucriptf m O - O
ýPreldent, Asth ar. Ofi re iat o sm all mho... r
leiAeN a rebad Il arcat' re o g CASll r INDIC 8
o e o nw t n p m rcines, oain sra the bsoglnt and sr no** , bore
SIedt loo ltoocri'.. rett o str.n asOrcndn r(,m em lhe
'al(]i dl ntnCoine No'.otao 'peill rl y a tee llaulo
," of Slay l,.rolon . ant O..U Meo ave ...... to t rlief. ...
Meno LIQ R EWiir of LPo$.
a. . Dee on . s B tci .s te. . .. thb e E a.er.,,. o tahetion h I lws ,re
tna ki Hs BIoTurJua t . o, rmi t I th ta ns Pra -iEa hoi t imen
Fa rend. loorapl ft oo , ba y ian I I s. ox u t ire . O . ut (l
fa ilreto.ot awing o the hiin rofnpfIwh s ga ee, ·ate wal
A ll, Ladte 1, stpr l I thmpieor . Pte veny u therBap tcand r
nhdvon m cd araprotteoatns t othe load, Academm of Med>-in., snoIl ooa
oaeaa aLlmail.ieaneo d pie Tilat Yolooiou durbos pTenanyar
tremd . ArPrOED tn IB d are PARIe rle o tCbDE I of
UofrL. t a l n is a emls .l o usF, or l ond c mncero u a l e c
go NOe" smla mit.d 1bebe
Thp re tfestr mensat aod Ol ir lon s ofandetion . lw ars ars e
l g aceNed tieo wth thsrl peloa ea. or o a eb *r are
o Irone . lanl es allnl oem reat of te Tre.M rllr
on et. la mel and rItOr to riia Irt ll hode. TIlto tiC
mpoo jId N"t andcr ont o mOwrCv eaott ''oroet. (hr,,
1. h 417 re.?ml Stomc C pH. I.H.. Prica f the Bo.ond Pi LIL
rt-oar IMntl n oforut-- odak the bp *t or to ic plla iom ,.ede
1 9 ailos I vo a, l s seril th raaau el a Oe oni I . 1
l Nos csed byag la b anee , cb Ie
OaUra'm OAFr ULo ANoD dUeyOl eat oP
wll .alwayIs lt a cerehves Ihe e .tra is storaa cd-a
u .rae as , nd ases erm sai l f o pra a s , e o r , tp . ,
, elit c, Troe b y ti h . ..;... re" o a etr d [r
endd speedy, I
31 r4Depot Oeerl e Or ma INw r en t had s
,9f Obemle . I lF. tDUCn WNpol, PsrI.im y
'Thi medri e l re O to In arn age eable trm,the F i o
I'nln(:)loe " of Pcrnae t Pa. the trot tt, trt o oomoi.ed
oth In s, on f the paon·Ipo bo.,of t~hel.r,,t 'It i pro
Prley.c It d rt oditm& atoomah corn
I-loo.lr esd hy murmland bsao erbres. to whlih Id, ar e
rO, tc noooJ. C'·, ne O oorjle and aclicitates. 'ha low of tl
We]oatoen f nd t, al& coretent for pale, lOmpoaty o a d
B Ce I lorn end I" eatremni.. he.elt.ial to. ilD pIelTeo whose
I h~d baa b~ae impov UEcie, t ho Ilno r lone ant difirofi
tdA'A Tp e ; KI'MMttL .hat trlll _
314R6 Depot Oi eral t e w OrlnesIA. a lad
hA A s ChAoreo of rtet KEoq; to
t iird Ot&OlP WiGE saUC E dMLaUT
5 o 3 A illNs sINrut MeW York lt
I os n eI ale0 0I
('lolling mudmofaPllr. ad prib ero of Np-ol lot oe for
Rine on Lewion Macobes. drm dl g the test and stroo...
opt W ' lt d J. I- C o to' No. I i). ill and 70 enpremaJ U-tinnd
L o ethrir w1n.a
Dee Mtr sd lilye do Prom 7L Froncs UOII'O
rne,.ol Acont mo· d lmnpoo rea for toe aIto iote sod
LO*"Smnlt JL, IWillilt t Io k it
10 ('l MelL'_
Ptska~~Ema m Brmh sale ls Oersig~
__ vNIWW ANN CKP'Salef
by. . T ..... ..... -'-J
aEsf ,usa o
Sdayr from I
aIee.d Doaru OMOE a CAMP T.. WEW ORLEA I
ela. ll r:
Oekd Joumamil of She ge of Loar u
par' Wbe empomse e ,,, mart ad paetnale
A _d of sw. Orleans the tas*l,. Lewia.sem, ea.d thee
San Lssa, Beutse, will be I. thbe ftare as it has bes t to the
moe parpe of th~ Joer.el T.e telme. or each dayoa'
came.Rhee o an Efrsrd to ai m eirseet of the hlthfsases aad
mot lte i WM wMeh thi degs ou w ea euted
nImenss.ta,. Whie theaoed-pemtt of the nTRRUI1rNT is me hsdeml
or the ntw me with 'Oieas to aD the Ul of aewrpaper oooa
gL ad dleceak, . opinlom wS elt alwy be feImd to be
ts adf. ~smnely and erarisdy uanmd.
steao A A mealoly aleetd eomp of
M. V Orrepeadete. Wtoemo md P*oetal
o dgett odd l thee malahm at the c7I ,ICNT. by brwmprt l n
e, ad to tp of m ot t th pep of thi settaa ase .
b ome e , epooldeo o tohe it t htepr eied vei.
u s o mor the people osunt
tr ee of heeu INrwellllled oolUaUI AN m D oAM a
eb, d. ma
r be raes
f yreslly calted from ouromeunag La the aMsieole, st
Sutio, and arrangement of New, and ether Rit edig Nal t,
t It otmmd tha th e (IREUtio toit c t eorpWerd by MI
4,9 DId thaO dalyO rnoaera le the t ed istala. d The
itr. with* o
Ty all CEoE.
Vemmetar.dl mad Meme tatry E ovtwa
bIhear tb . eeto ty ate the hdelety and jadga
with whichb lti Importwat breach of ue p datorpe y pee
termed for the (R. F AtK(IINT
It bf e el to'of me sOR5kOeWT hprp M
LT t, asmUe. tI el the Wpb"a a *IoR eaN nev oart raop
A PIRI4CLAMS PAPRIL peM eapoly.tg the tmsp.ereu
eed of do 3Uuu t)ONMUfNITg AND WAVILY
OICl.E It , t e , e te the rpeat, ttseg
b aptut of Nae peugoama aketsg at tN ee oaUtuatl he
r for the bumat of Ie patoeIL.
NDIC The O:lmNTIa dreutathts ead its Ine of adveel.
ar[. mas a, aldet tM y a e the favor with holek N
tiee@w ter te pube hewo beau appreated and rud
,u aW re owser em em n ethe
THE DAILY CRESCENT
St B ISHK EVEXYT MOTUIRDi (Momgrg, Kglz
heottbl Y Iarba rtp1aee daeau... ........... . 011
e Hef-elrtl .... ..................
..... ..lI.. .... . ......... .
o r 0 THE SUNDAY CRESBCE
M r. I M a HOME JOURBA L Iet mploeolama
Ol be fesad croded with cheice reading matter eopedamig
silhe ...e weprtoea le beiteHmr h
s Written or sohfeted for Whe e Tetadln a rich ea
rbl bt 'm nd lhtrslJw, varlet), we .ie Lbto t gobld.
TED BIL WIaaKLT axe4.m
By s r
ib aw toped o hs ori
at res, -se;
S Wdlo 2
alee A LAGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY 0TH
L WETELY WT uLYR CIR THIS CITY
hie a poate sme Of me week, prepare
eJ hUs) U,
EI r .Vaty, rev iewsf memon sod oa.
dema n serve
Mem o L Inda has upi --ed
i ra T e weant aote u het sw
er a YNeoee. W .aaty rarer P&.
ca a ammrer
A s nson, s
WKP e. Is e·md e ar d hLl14
THE WEEKLY CTn CUT .
4l4e pfiled oShecb o at Ithe flow.ag rtmng :
freuwaosyear, iTs edwae.. l. 1
_lP'o Ioonm, (hnIto
lFde t droeamd 6pmms
BALL aead rAPPOIjj
We, ~4 lseaa,~ Whugee,