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rtE7ilAY MItININGc. E'PrEVR ER 1. IbM.
C('e.O1cTIOnrtyr - By a reference to our adver
tieirg c,,lunrtes t will be seen that our old friend
blr. E. Turpin. eof No. '3 eill, Levee street, is this
year no wt', bh )lid in t'e enterprise which has
always distlrguished his business career. Mr.
Turpin opens the new commerclal year with a
factor) or cr lies arid s)rups, already well.
known for the excelliene of its productions, to
which large aLd iiiportart additions have recent
ly been made. Thtu reinf crced, Mr. Turpin is
Lound to increa e his a reay large bunlness and
with that iicrease of trade most come a greater
excellency of his goods. For foll particulars of
PMr. Turpl,'n 'r,'ck ee anortfer column.
Tne I ALThe.- A'l, .tialn l ' ,IhLuANCe Coct
racty, one of the host of our insuranco com
pansef in another colirim set forth a statement
which will he worth a perusal by the business
Ien of our ( ity. From it, it appears that on the to
¶n'h of loat A rll its ao.eta were over a half mil
lion of dollars while or, r $300,000 had been col
lecte d tor premnuras the 9ear terminating that day.
In that time it declared tin per cent. dividend on we
stock, alid a fi'teen per cent. dividend upon
scrip. With sth a ha' nce sheet as this, and Pa
with each o(fi ers and lirectors as the Factors'
and Traders' boast, it may well lay a claim to a
place in the vcery font rnk.
7u'neti *, ne h-.-torsI otle boot and shoe store,
though it has ehanged' tar-ls. is still the sane in we
Every eletent of exncelency which formerly char
a, terize.d it. Messrs. Blakely & Hlogan, the pres. At
... r"....r..,. ,, .. _.i....m whos ettaity
keejps Iace wi'h their will to make this store one rel
(of the ,e.t ir New C()reanu. Persons desirous of
rhtaimilg th thle .C ,t Ci .es made in the best in an- i
ner c Ill we guaratee, be amply satisfied at ',i
L.iu l1ll ( anel er.eet.
Mr-ii .--,e call the Iar icular attention of all
iPerce -e at all interested in nmusical manst-ro to the
*dvertierweuet of Mr. A. E Blackmer, 1,7 Canal (,r
Street. Mr. Iai-kmar'a faciittes for obtaiing the
latest iiu·i'asl p.ubications, horoe and foreign, are is
arTe, be is lnie llf a large publisher, hIe stck of
i an- and other inerulnents is large, varied and w
, d, and the ag, icy he hollds for other )houes
nablee him to brin all kinds of musical goods at di
Oct prlaes. It ad the sadvertisem-nt.
That wel. hisan, tlit-class firm, Wallace S
('o., I or r - f ('se i,n ii, aerd Magazine streets, Ih
Stlhis nmmrr:in' paper announce to their friendli
ard I attro the arrntal of their fall eto'k., which
Cor-ists ,of eCery va' ity of dry goods, both
staple and fancy, both domestic and imported.
Their advertis,-mente is well worth a pers fl, and
we commlend it p1 arIitnrly" to country merchants. th
Poi La of all k- d". grave, gay, lively, severe.
po.-tii ai, hit . ii, phi otlhical, legal and theo- to
logical. uanulicn anid intrlctive. cheap and costly,
ShaLrds, me abd p, u, tnhoiks of all Saizes, in all
Limind gs, of a'l st) le by all authors, c in be ob
'aied Iroun Me-rse. Krull & LDckey, at No. lo; I
anal street. If you fit d reason, oh gentle reader,
to in any way donht this sweeping aseertion of
eours, you had beet yourself verify it. We know tt
4t ) ou will find thines as we have said.
11 I naR. - ()re of the largest and best assort
tlte of these golt . is that which Mr. Samuel b
"i ke has n Li- t tore, Nos. 317, 3-, -41 and 4.;
ters etreet--garmultural and domestic utensite at
all kt: di, cntlery, hlacksmith's materials, in a
wor,l, all .,i t- of tIrdware ate there to be found, nl
land that toi at very reasonable prices. Mr. Locke
is ae lt for the juitty celebrated Stewart cooking P
ovetve" a h soc ar y ex 'ellen'ies, peculiar to itself,
as wil a a a :t of the g sods Mr. Lo k has on bh
I aLd, ash iii t b l a d leto .-i in anoth.er .:olMu:a .
lI e 'we iy .t:e at Mr. C. ii. Zminermann.
No. 'i t all ', s i ti street. ute . ...... ,, i.e of I
FIt hefihet stoCks of jewelry. silver and plated ware
itdl lattime ever openiied in this ci'y. That Mr. b
Seiin:ert:nin fully ilmplroved his absence di-:g ti
it e aton:ner ts amply proved by a glance at his
.how a IdI . . a Icl,h are tilled with watches from
tI e neo-t re lerated m inufacturers, splendid ita
ri 'lde ated sewels of a' k:nls. Mr Z :-'mermann
Iee, also made the wint tactiire of Masoul ' re, t'ia
isd Jew rls. and those o, other orders a speulality,
aed Ic now preparedi t-i lurnich all kinds of uih
deco.tatii,ns. fRn eI h r "4 and ',3 Canal street.
Jt.,Iol-s,i (cAi- A ' - UInder ths title three
of our beat kl ieuw anl most highly esteemued
',ercharts have de"ided henceforward to do a c
cotton aid cc luiii.5' b'iusiness. Mr. J. B..len
vings, of the late flu in of Jenuigs, Nicks & Co..
is too well knuiwn to bthe b,.ines oen of New c
Orleais slid the state io need further introduc
Lion at our hands; Dir. J. TI. Gates, of the late
flmn of Gates tilleel.e , Co., and Mr. J.. M.
.-itierlin, of the lat t ibacco house of Sutierln,
(allaway & Co., baYe Lo'h earned an enviable
r pnltat. n ani ngst ou.sobd men. To wioh these a
igeutlelnen ent uess i". jerhaps, superfluous. En
ergy and buniness.tacc aways win it, and this
LousCe las both these 'u lities coumbned in the
gentlenen whi cn poe- i;. Their office is a: No.
.;, l1erdldo street.
Mit lh Ot. It1e Ii OISnTr.- -;roruewalo' name is so
well Lii n l ei vier 'he Pitmaisipp \Valley, nm can
tcii n with ever)thliig appertaining to mil.
ond thie intinuments whith give utterance to it,
1tl at we c,,niretr It necessary only to say that he
lie rtrc ently inmported. from the best Fur.pean
nRd Awerecon fectiries, an immense noserted
sutlk ahbih he ,lTcre at New York pries. Thse
wh , di n't helrve this had better call on ;rune
wa:, I , c 'el street. Hle also has all the ad
(Gas i6\ltures ,I al lh llis, chandeliers, brnze,,
lrackets, irid cvrt'tli et porta hiig to tlhei, ar'
for asie in eoi'y variety hey Mr. John h;. Feilng
of 114 ei,)dr.s s'teIt. Mr. FlIle-nlg ha. der ted
lmnself for :nmc y .~t~- o t, th:i butoiness, an! iv
tlorougt ln colinvereaut e .th it in its esry ramifi
catin. flis wirkumn are of the beet, and his
li.ac ta.- are uit, a00 ealh;e Iiine to eacrite in the
ii,." tni.hie'J nan ir, anI at the shortest nit'ie.
n i kleld of ith wc-rk that may fall in lha line.
h1r. lien ri,'s auverC'iement w.l be lunOd in
anl tILei culilimn.
Iet:k-rrs. hr lers n ni merchsantos genersa'ly. w 11
bIe i~~. ii ted In a rcrd wh:ch appears in ,n tt.er
c, it , a.t. alt i n it appears that the !trm of
un l A -- & ni-itt, whose forneotin we
asim-tule.. I a shirt i ii ago, is now ready ftr the
tien-aw II i ot btilness. Their ofi:e .s at No.. -
d.'rvetdi let e-rie t.
'T 're i-: t ¶I: Ne, , o n a b'ter c.t'iecmrn
S:-: ,u, t.uic tlian 1. t; Noel & ('o. Their oi-e
e y i.c r the S'o k Landing, where they
lsae e very fa ilty tr knowing the ma ket: be
'- i: -, te:r twenty yeares' experience in the
Iu-t:c , aId accuri:te knowledge of it ia ampl:e
iuara:' i' uf Lt!, satl:':'y to do Jotu:e t al
tf ,ir pa'r. u-. their advertisel :nt w:'! te 1 .nd
i'. another cm',in n. ihd we commend Its < arertl
jerucal to all tartiei lntc reoter., aid p ir' :.a r y
to farmers and I a't'l r~.rra In the ,stry.
We would call atll-- :,.: t advertl':ne-nt in a,
other co!::rn of that :d and reputable ha:dwears
t, iue of bl;cuomb. Ilalun .A Co., 7T Canal and
t , onmon s rc et. New Orleans. They ...prt
a'i t eir loreigi hi.rdwere acd sel their go ,do
e cuall low with any market.
lsewhiere we putl ,h the card of .)teorc. 'en
mere . Brasnins, oie of our old estahilhe. ,rt in
factors and commsmeion merchants, a- 1 take
pleasure in recmrum:,udlog them to the favor:) ! e
cenidenration of our readers.
gIToEl5An rAUI&esxArMa. IT(C. at
Ardy still sticks to his post. '
Tie public debt contianes to increase. abc
A ;Georgia M. C. wants a September session. ti
Verdi is jealous of Goanod.
Pa' n era whl certainly continue Ia vogue.
Napoleon wears a hundred dollar Panama.
Mazzolrni is coming to Ameri -a this water.
Sculptor Meade commenced with a marble pig. wo
dl Run Russell aspires to parliament.
tGn. Lee has the rheumatism. phi
A dozen stewed, if you please. ant
Weston appear to be on his last legs. int
l he man of Ross-Collector Fuller. bun
Fashionable paradox-A suun-shade.-(Ex.
She JI we are allowed to worship at Rome. tan
All flowers of speech spring from to lips.--[Ex Y
Pomeroy calls Grant the great cigar holder. eel
Gold closed on hew York yesterday at 11t1. of
l'i, tic justice-drowning a milk man in water.
The reduction of customs expenses has com res
menet d. re
it is said that the " wickedest man in N. Y." is hr
to take the stump.
For the year ending yesterday 3C6,193 bales of (
(tttt-n aere received at Mobile. Ne
One thousand and eleven bales of new cotton
were received in this city yesterday. for
The executive committees of both political old
parties are working like beavers in Washington.
Ihe president's friends want him to sleep at the
oldier's Home, for sanitary reasons. bae
'I e Chinese embassadors have a great taste he
for champagne. Cr
New York is indignant at her prospects in the
way of grand Italian opera.
Mayor M. R Evans, of Mobile, father of Miss Irs
Augusta Evans, died at Chicago on the 27th ult.
Ire gray nairean 4i..Iat.- o ...3 ha
refuses to dye.
IBandmann,beloved by Bnlwer, has been spend- op
lug several weeks at my lord's country seat. tht
Patti's fortune is 1,500,000 francs, and Caux
loves her chiefly for her franc-ness, perhaps. sic
1 o(lt's new theater will have a fire-proof er
Jhnies Russell Lowell is as great a smoker as
The rumor that criooline is about to be discarled
brgham Young and Brick Pomeroy object to
The bill of fare at the Chinese banquet in Boston
did not include beans or tea. is
4 ,leb Cusbahg's annual professional income is Di
i30 cto. re
I .e game of Lacrosse seems to be a modified rt
rao ,ltet. cl
1I e tate election in Vermont takes place to
dov, aid that of California next Saturday.
t,e n. Longstreet is reported leaning toward the
(;rant ticket. at
1 ae head Fenian in this country is nothing less at
than a Savage. st
V that has become of Blot'-Ex. Drowned in a ci
tureen of soup. w
1 hlie Chinese embassy all have the summer com- as
r.alnt at Boston. Too many beans. at
Fo i, the tenor, ten years ago spelt himself n
Foley. and did carpentry in Hartford. L
All that we get in life, and after death, is what of
we esa i)rn.-[N. Y. Commonwealth.
Wr en a dancer is very hungry, he should out ci
the pigeon wing.-[N. Y. Commonwealth.
If a crow was musical, could it produce a crow
har'- [Ex. ci
A lady says she likes the beach at Long Branch P
I be cause the s wells are so charming.-[ Ex. C
The first star engagement-when the morning
stars sang together.- [Ex.
The New York Commonwealth originates more ti
neat equibs than any other paper in the country.
Mr. Jewell, of this city, was unseated in the ce
State Senate yesterday. a
Mrs. Stanton writes to the Revolution that she a
bRe had a tooth pulled. tI
In a car-vote for president the other day Mrs. E
qlantltin went for Chase on female suffrage grounds. t'
Gariuoadi resigns his seat in the Italian Parlia. d
The iEuropean Journai, mr . .-...-i. -- r'"
bility of war between France and Prussia, and b
tle BIurse is quite unsteady. n
Beastly weather-when It rains cats and dogs.- C
Good bay weather-when it rains pitch forks. I
A country correspondent says the Broadway o
a pretty" waiter girls are the homeliest creatures ti
he ever saw. o
Fairogut and the Russian representative at t
ct'o.tantinople are tl: ught to have been " too h
The American yacht Stpphn, lately beaten In a
d English waters, has issued a challenge for another 1
a CI,' ,* t.
l The Georgia Senate has passed a resolution I
autlorizing the governor to disband armed asson e
a (s"one. r
The management of a Hamburg theater de- c
e caines to make money by " exposing female 1
T, he best way to make coffee. says Beecher, is
Sto make it as they dl,-i at the hotels and railroad I
Mr. and Mrs. W. Gomersal are in London. I
STi: y deastgn to "'star" in the prcvinces in an a
Er glob adaptation of " The (;rand Duchess."
o b irick l'omeroy advertises for afew hundred
saon)mous correspindetnts who can tell him more
about his assistants than be knows already.
"0 I le Russian grand duke who is comming to this
ci untry is eighteen years old, and is the third son
-f thr emperor.
The (jhinese embassadors pick their teethtat
C tale with their lit le-floger nails, which are sharp
c'O d for the purpose.
(d reiam cf tartar. a urn, green vitriol, copper,
eand. etc., sometimes gve flavor to English malt
SB Jdford and family, New Orleans," are thus
britfly meniuoed among Americans at Verey,
It is said that Gen. Rosecrans was converted to
Cathobt -sti by a dreaim, and that " his church is
b no n eans the aset. ol La motives in Mexlico."
The tee, raph t rings the heart-renderang inteli
SFece that Cornelrus Mci irthy has killed Owen
Democrats at Washington are asii no srev rely
denotnce the appoinutII nit of Perry Ifuller to the
New Orleans coliector-hip.
(;Geo. : i, rpposite the Post-ft-,- has the New
Ynirk Week;y, the polese pilciaris and Leslie'sI
S stonewall Jackson's wilow has given his uni
r form cost to a Scotchman named McCrae, woo
of piropoes to put it in a m-. eu:: at llaegow.
e He are odebted to ilou. B. F. lButler, of Mas
he soahi setts, for a copy of his sicech, of JAly 14,
Supon the financial question.
It is now salt Geu. Rosecrans is preparing an
address to the people of t!i country, based unou
Shis intervew with the distiagumihed 8outhern
g entleman at mulphur Springs.
Ae V aeshington dispatch of the 2th uilt. says:
c Br vet Maj. Wim. Russell, Jr. of the 4th I'avairy,
e hl: teen ans gned to Jo";yat headqularters depart
he nient i-f Louisiana.
pie \Wean. with all her beauty and worth, should
I r( ienmber thei I an was the chit matter coos:d
d Cr' a t the en asn. ie was only a side isase.
I ct; eston l i !e'n.
r . A. T. thiks Gem. Iee is more wIl!ing to take
uart it ,ublic ta, - t oJ: he hisever been. weary
' sonewi at of his birch rod .and pining fora
! reer oman:n·d.
r At s late Saratoga musquerade Madams Le Vert
end k part in the dunce, a- h-r ldaughter Octavia
rt - 'lri nted ' Evar.,eline,' while Mise C. N. Le
\e rt wi a rainbow.--( x.
It is said no modern writings Lave exercised a
greater influence among the edu'ated H:ndoos
n- rhan those of Theoldore Parker. I: involves no
n :,*s of caste to believe in hm.
"e ' Two weeks in New Orleans in August under
e blankets' was the late agreeable condition of the
sick correspondent in New Orleana of the Cincrin
sati Eqt.irer. He naturally sighed .r a lodge
on s,.me vast eeberg. r
The road to fortune. A'ter an investment of ,
about five hundred dollars in two yrars. a gen. -
tleman of our acquaintanoe has just draw $)63 in
the Havana lottery. Er
Philip Werle n 82 Baronne street, has No. 90 of an
Boosey'sMusical Cabinet being asecond eallection 1
the old songs of Ireland, with the original L
words and music.
G. A. Townsend thinks Rosecrans went to Sul.
phur Springs to pull wires for Seymour and Blair, Gri
and promote the scheme of S uthern extension co
into Mexico. Hle might have been in a worse I
Brevet Major General Geo.IL. Hartsuff, asels
tant adjutant general, has been ordered to New tri
York city again, on public business. He will re
ceive especial instructions from the superintendent etr
of the general recruiting service. dev
The Mexican madness, says a Washington cor
respondent, runs through our entire army and of
reaches into the Southern States. Grant and Lee, N
Sheridan and Longstreet, are manifest destinarians
upon the subject of this conquest.
One-fifth of the girls who walk the streets of
New York at night are under sixteen years of
age, and many of them are mere children, not eat
fourteen, and some of them not thirteen years cri
Some one at the Chinese banquet In Boston ob
served one of the gentlemen in sky-blue reach me
back and grasp the end of his five feet ens which NU
he brought forward and exhibited to the close ,ri
scrutiny of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Jo
The late Ebeneser Irving was has brother Wash
ington's business man. Of him Wahbington f
Irving said: "I envy him that indwelling source in
of ,-.- t *a.a al trmasnt which anneara to oh,
have happier effect than all the maxims of philos-. in
ophy or the lessons of worldly wisdom."
G. A. Townsend writes that it is well known
that Rosecrans, as a professional minlng and mnli- Gs
tary engineer, was confirmed in the Mexic in mis ni
sion through the solicitation of Marshall O. RJb.
erts, George Wilkes, Henry J. Raymond, S. L. M. m
Barlow, and other Mexican speculators in mines wi
and territory. Nis
A good deal of the property occupied by the
minions of vice in New York is owned by persons (o
of respectability, and some of it by those who <
are regarded as pillars of the church! A man w
whose wife and daughters carry Bl:les and 'h
prayer books purchased with that " hire " which g
is an "abomination unto the Lo'd thy God," (see ci
Deuteronomy XXIII, 18.) and who pays his pew-. I
rent with the same abomination, is a greater ob. f
stacle to the regeneration of that unfortunate pt
class from whom he thus derives his support from lI
h e Wickedest Man. Fs
FALL (OLDs.--J. Levois, probably the oldest F1
and best considered of our French importers, has Cr
an immense stock of fall goods on hand. The
stock comprises the genuine European and Ameri. Y
can goods of every quality. From tho variety ot
which Levois has on hand, (we call him Levols, a
as we'd call Napoleon or Cesar so, because they in
are all facile princeps,) families, single gents, S
merchants and planters call fill all their bills.
Levois sells wholesale and retail. As the ladies .
of New Orleans all know him, they have no need H
for a recommendation to Levoia. To our country
cousine we can say: Levois sells nothing as Euro
pean unless it is European ; and as to his Ameri- u
can goods, they are of the best manufacture. One c
price, honesty, short profits-at the corner of ti
Canal and Boutbon streets.
MANFiirFsNT Jas iELKY.-The tune-honored es
tablishment of A. B. Griswold & Co., formerly
Hyde A Goodrich, which has etood through half a b
ceutury of time, is beginning to receive the large
and complete stock of fine goods in their line, t
which attracts so much attention from visitors to h
the Crescent City. Having a partner resident in v
Europe, Mr. Winm. M. Goodrich, they are enabled
to keep posted as to all novelties in jewelry. Their ,
diamsionds they purchase from first hands, and are p
able to retail them at moderate prices. Their
nt eF h e s co m e d ir ,-' * € -- . . . . . . .. .. =
hands, and always contain the latest improve- b
ments. The best factories in England on the f.
continent contribute to their supply-such as Jur.
gensen's, Montandon's, Nardin's. Patek's, M. J. c
Tobias, etc., etc. The celebrated keyless watches,
coming so generally into fashion on account of
their convenience, are to be seen in their house,
of all sizes. The excellent time keepers made in
this country altogether by machinery, are found
here, aLd as they pay no duty are very reasonable I
in cost. Diamond back watches with chatelains,
n seal and key to match, beautiful presents for
ladies, may be seen in profusion. But it is itmp;- t
sible to enumerate all the objects of taste and
a beauty on exhibition at this grand barsar. One
agent in New York is employed the year round
not only in purchasing, but in having made to
order all such large and fine aricles as can only
ebe made in large and complete factories. Let all
who can visit this time-honored establishment.
Is whether they wiab to purchase or only gratify the r
Staste in seeing the beauties of art. All are made
welcome by the polite employ,:' scattered
. through its various departments. lRemember the
an ddress, A. B. Griswold & Co., late IHyde Good
rich, corner Canal and Royal streets, New
FaIx or THE UNITED STATE, Sr, tE, R Ma
HASaA -This large and valuable vessel built at
the United States navy yari at Portsmouth. Mainle,
i 1hu1, will be sold at public u:tion this day, hy
Mesars. J. B. Walton & Deslonde. The Maha-ka
is hbuilt of white oak, and is in perfect order, and
in addition to her machinery, which is superior,
she is bark rigged. No vessel heretofore sold at
this station by the nayv department can compare
with the Mahaska. The sale takes place on board
of the vessel precisely at 12 o'clock. A boat w:il
leave the head of Canal street at 10 o'clock for
the convenience of parties wish:ng to attend the
is The corner ut c tial aid isruidetet streets .has
lotg been a 'andmark to all cur citizens. Lince
i the days of Vincent there has aiways been a first
in .ass confectionery there, until now, we really
believe, the corner would not be recognized if put
Sto any other use. It is at preseat occupied by
SMr. F. h Unt!,o, iOu, t l i his dministrsation has
certainly given the public no reason to complain.
STo repeat this is but to publish a wellknown fact.
' Mr. Kuotz announces this morning that he will in
the intire, Lay ng thorotgh'y repaired and re.
I- fitted hia s ors, increase if possibie his already
0o high repurat:on. 'ee hio carl elsewhere.
NavAi. S·iuns-, BtIviO MaTnIti.S of all
,k ride, bticks, paints, oils, wiodow glass, fertili
zer.s, torpentine, laths, plaster, in short every
n thiing which can be embraced under the wrds
abich began this paragraph, are to be found at
S rmarnufac:tirer's prices at the store of Messrs.
Kearny, liols A Co., Nos. I;o and (;2 Magsine
s'reet. This is too old a firm for as " to glid re
tied go:d" by giving them ,oir indorsement.
We simply refer the public to their advertisement
e!seu here, with the assurance that its statements
e:an be relied upon to the letter.
Wint ,ly Atsarl.-Meaers. itbb, Iolbhon!e &
Co.. No. 17 Natchen street, are agents of some of
e tle finest brands of whbisky brou.ht to tsa
ry ziitrket. They have on hand cnmstantly a slpply
a of pure Bourboo whiskies, receeel d.rectly froin
the distilleries in Bourbon county, Ky., and are
rt such brands as Jas. A. Miller's chicken co'k.
i Clarkson's game cock, and Bwen & Son, be'ides
Salil others that can be ranked first class. These
a they will sell in luts to suit purchasers. See their
no M. Henri Roch;urt. editor of La Lanterne, has
been condemned to thirteen months' imprisonment
der ,n jail, and a fne of 10,000 francs in the second
he action brought against him for violation of the
n- press law.
PUR**L&L AND POLITICAL. I
De'roit has a new Democratie " ranebe."
fleiator Dixon is out in a letter for Seymour.
General Logan has removed to Chicago.
(en o eheeck has been renominated for Con
grey- from Ohio.
The hew York McClellan Legion Ihs reorganized f
ann teclared for Seymour and B al .
lh, re was a Dermocratic barbecue at Mian en, .t it
La . Saturday week. and a colored club ortaniaid. "'e
Brisk Pomeroy is addressing the New York on a.~
The Washington Euprese states that General
Grant will shortly come out with a letter avowing t, e
The Chicago Times, which hither'o has reckoned
Ill nit f, r Grant, begins to believe at is going for ,
Beym or and Blair.
Ihe Republicans if the first conrressional die- ~
trict of Missouri have nominated General Wmu. A. ion
Pile for re election.
The present aspect of things in the recon
structed Southern States, says the Herald, is
Little " Tad " Lincoln fell between two carn the
of a moving train a' Crerson. Pa.. receutly, bait
was caught by a gentleman standing upon the
A letter from Franklin Pierce, received at
Waubhu g on. says that " the change in sentiment
in New England within the last thirty days ex
ceeds anything he has ever known."
Hiecousm is going for Seymour and Blair- - i
sure. It is probanle even that it will go Dern, offi
crotic by a sufficient majority to overcome a ger- M
rtnsandered Legislature, and send Doolittie back nd
to the s~enate.-([World.
Six thousand people attended a Democratic
meeting on the 27th ult., at Looney's Switch, a '
suburb of Memphis. There was a line torchlaht ih
procession and speeches by Cole. Looney, M:cRae, s'
.a*llaway, Stevens, Yerger, M ,rgan, Douglass, pro
Jurge Barker and ex 'enator Jones, of Iows.
The West Baton Rouge Sugar Planter says: "A
flrt class torchlight process on visited Clinton A
Saturday week, numbering 'ome thirty-five hun- >i
Ired persona, all of whim were cheering and
shutlting t. reeSei in and Blair. An immapse s
It eting was neii same eviting,. at which SC
speeches were made by some of the principal ciu- I
z ns of the town."
In reply to a newspaper paragraph alleging that
Gen. Honter was the only member of the .oart
martial who refused to sign the petition for the t m
pardon of Mrs. Surratt, Hunter p iblioihes the fol
losing: My oath and n !itary lawv preclules my er
rokling known my vo'e in this case, but I can tk
with propriety state that my name headed the
list of members of the court whio recommendedl
tMrs. Surtatt to the mercy of the president, and 'I
,!,lt I have always looked with utmost contempt e
tn the execution of the poor woman, and ex- t
S:c:: g at the same time thousands of rebel men
who so much more rightly deserved hngng.
A correspindent of the Chicago Tribune tells w
'he following story : Sevens was what a country Ai
gentleman might call "a powerful pour polii
nan." Iles tide was more dangerous than his
taunaticism ; for, rather than yield a point he had
made. he would assail the record and go far away
from the truth for mere consistenicy'a sake. His
personal faith was good, if faith ully given, but t
lie set little penalty on a conventi isal Iie. " You n
said this to my face, Mr. Stevens," said an oti .s
seeker, last spring. " I did not, sir " My , u
partner here heard you, and my mrother in law. '
"Yes. Mr. Stevens, we did." " Then I lipd !"
cried Mr. Stevens. "' it wasn't the fact !" f1
'he New Orleans corre-pondent of the New i
York Herald writes as tollows; " the moruiug
afser the first attack had been male in the streets
of New Orleans on the negro Democrat Rolliu.,
a colored boy fr1,m a leading restaurant carne I
into a room where several diltinguished United "C1
States army c.fficers were at breakfast. ' Why, S
Sam,' said Coli nel H., 'your people have been an
ratliug the devil. nearly killing this negro Iol ins.'
* berve him right, Wish dey'd done it.' ' Why ?
Hasn't he as much right to his op nionus a a white
man?' 'No nigger ha'n't got to right to be a
Democrat. Democrats wants to put 3a back to
where we were afore : Republioains wanuts to raise "
us. No nigger ha'n't got no right to be a Demno- n
crat. l'e for killin' dem all. I don't say nufla it
to white folks. Dey can vote as dey like. but
niggers ha'n't got no right to live. 'scept dey votes
Hepublican.' And with a gesturo ot fierce malig-. i
city the colored servitor hlet the room. In'y tie
persnal influence and interference of Governor
Warmoth prevented the views thuo exorcisei
being carried out to the full extent in the case iit t
Ilollins. The fire yet smoulders and nmay at any
time burst into a flame. These semi civilized no- *e
groes have been long accustomted to see and ,t
hear of the free and unpunished use of re- i
volver and bowie knife in the hands of the
whites (their former nastere) : they have been
feartfully tampered with by unscrupulous ad .
venturers from the North. The possibility, a
probability or destrabhlllty of the streets of New
Orleans again running with human blood, of s
Uwh,.rfr of the tto etlluue being i samu drenched
Sgore or loyal men, in ?vUid'uuct,y Vc.
before them by carpet-bag orators. They are
familiarized with the idea of bloodshed. They
will not shrink from it if it comes. i'his is only
one phase of the question. It has many. A -
pleasanter thing to look upon is the fact that many
of the negroes in the city are wi'hdrawiug them
selves from those who have hitherto controlled
them, and are forming clubs of toeir own and in- I
viting whom they please to address them. One of
these independent negro meetings witnessed a
singular scene the night before last: A white
Hadical.hitherto regarded as the pernounfl:ation of
all that is most objectionable to the Southern
whites, and recently a delegate from dissatisfed
Republicans to Washington, was invited to address
them, and hias peech was in subr~nce as follows :
" My friends-I am a carpet-bagger. I admit it.
I have been among you for some time, and have
never ceased to advocate your c.tuse in the press P
of the North- in the three leading Republican
o newspapersof New York, Washington and Phila- a
delphia. But I am goiug to leave you. We are
all going to leave you, and you will soon be alone.
My advice to you is to unite yourselves to those
Sbhose favor It is your mterest to secure. Be
guided by tihose who lone can furnirh you with (
e work and feod and clothing. JoIn yourself to
d the people of the South. We are going: we can
not tied you work to support yon; your interet t
Slies with those who ('an." Ho, far this dliinter
ested advice might have been i.,illuenced by the
fact that the speaker was an unauccessful cali
dale f ,r olmice oni the Republicai ticket it is not
necessary to inmutre.
GRAIN.--Of all the grain merchants in our city
none is more trustworthy, none prompter, non"
pi.s'uesaed of more business tact than tie gentle
Snen fArming the Bfirm of John C. Rogero & Ito. In
their store, corner of Tchoupito'iso and Poydrua
Sstreets, they have now a quantity of rye, wheat,
barley, corn, oats, hay and bran, which they offer
ft fr sale. 'ersons who desire to buy such actuoles
will connsult their interests by speedily giving
Messars. Rogers & Co. a call.
ir TRON PIt'n Oit STEAM. WATrR Or GAs, plain or
Sgalvalized can b' obtaned in any quannities
Irom IMesrs. B' stick & Beymonr. corn.er of Com
mn and Fulton streets. Thesa gentlem'n tave
Salso on hand a large and well saesnrted stock of
Sshelf hardware, all kids of iron, rubber h se,
y sheet lead, lead pipe ; In ,hort. all sorts of rail
t road machinery and steamboat supp'ies. They
sell cheap, a d persons interested would do well
Sto give them a catl.
Attention is called to the advertisement in
another column ef the cotton hoose of P. .1.
in Pay & Co. Messrs. P'. J. Pavy, A. P'avy and J.
A. Hincks compose it.
Pri¢orTiTIiN AG.a tcT B.OW;.oaW' s MIItITI..
The Loisavitle Joniual's Washinton special of the
2'1:th tay,): lihee is but little doubt that the pre
I' id nt atil send national troops to Tonnssee to
pro'ect the people there from Brownlow's militia.
He hi d an interview t.-day with a dis'inguished
Sizen of Tenueosee. in which be declared that he
t b lievi di It ti be ine duty to interfere. He d.aires
". ti re niove ThLmilna., who is In dhirect league with
e Prwrnlow. t;lr!n ;ranger c orr Gillemn are most
pr. l noent for une Cesiton.
S A'UT(O)HNEY AT LAW.
J. H. BALr -
ATrTORttKET A LAW.,
ofe, CS r eadelc mlree ,
irsvze I .ET*
ie WILLIAM M. BOCLBE,
'se Anasraew .a Lw.
OFFICic ms wOaTH THIRQD sTRIST, nT. OuIa. xG
Wal eut l setan, med peresmeml- 1m laNa. a esld m
a Intend siuimat Eipectna t rtp owa- ·ro'r from san, u
tnt baLta r patten a Seara ppeueno, for baely t wt** 5 a
d a han betaam inttha but.to f anses ttia. wn rem
sing io shae estats cc a t5 avaid istatagmet Alt
l k e 1e st pzman ae as is w sm dmi.
I MPROVED GAS COI1PANY. IN
CHARTER l.... ..................O AUITIP . C1
STATE OF uLOW SI ANA.
Pariah a.d City of New Orlesa
BE IT K1WN1 , that a this 17th day of Algust. b the year
o our Lord one thusand eight emdir.adacd ti sight.i and
of th idpdee th e United State or 'ta ises the
Brfore me. ANDREW HERO. Je.. a notary public In
on for tile parishaed city "f New Orleanse ltte of lise
isu.e duly emlmisssloned and qua Itied. son t the proese.e
of the r wlalret heoelnafto. etsw l and auterultsid pierso
aill rce ead appareed he several parts whoev nameseu"
t.reu to cb.ert.ted and who re,*etivel, d-elre. that
a ail o tiem.elves of the prey.alM of the laws of L ltwas
in sou b rase made and pu td.dd, they bst c ,vao.tte il an tem
agreed. and do by thie .ree-uls i rce'int. agree and olted I
ilemt.lvels. and tb',ie wc,.m the! rrprea.ut to frm them-i
kPir Iiet,. and con.tituter a r '.poe- , tfor the par.nu, o t l
rarbulettl t ge Ia therity i New Orieadrl and ottcr eli,e.
and It, nn in the Rati of I.elai.aa. and under the tupaela
jotun and regulations iollowu.g, to-wit: st
The same ad title at 'i.. p.ttic ,shaIll he THE
AShkli'AN ItIpKUBVIlD tAbS Li thi' CMI YANI OF i
NEWt ORb,IA.iS. and its a micil ., herety estabilua',d in
the aty of New Orleart It it all comment , its boucnerc a.
.orn an tea thousand dollar, shall hi.e been subscrited for
(tittOutio eu uitel altgaist .i Corporcltll may itnerved on
the rr dentu or bl n hi aence Iroo he c ty. on tae re !c
't'orpora'ion shall bhave power and asih ,rity FPrst-To n
have and to e..y uycres on I, ist corplotrate ntme tor tte axal
petioud ,f tweaty-five year. e<t".ud -Tou c,tt'ali. t, ,, d b date
iued li its co-leore a rne hitrt-To make and use a cr-r pe
pciwte eali Fei-th-To hli. recteive pu clase a'ddco vy the
unde' Its corporate aeam propertI both r,.at nd personal tie
iFth-To name and aptonit ruelh managers, d rc'orl and
sofier u its literect and eoar,, iuce may re ture Ant
I ei--To mike nd e tablle snt b h lawh Iaor, ti p prpose ol
management and regulatiea of the affairs of the Cerpiraicte a
as may be necessay and proer.
ARTICLE It. or
The object and pnrpo.e for which this Corporation Is eWth wih.
listhd It to r.tiac the e pna., oif the croaum-r of g s to the at
city of "ewt Irleae asd envtlrrs. and all other epia in the
hbate of Louamia• and to bring awto 0eeral use certain iam
prov meats n_carbarettiag gas.
ARTICLE IIL ea
All the corporate powers o' the I'n'noay shall he exercised tA
by a Board of lirectoes cad such lAce a as they may ap
The FRod of Directnrs shall roarist of nine mmbhers, wh.,
'hl •*i • e"·e. a .nn tee l:r ot nel' m. h c'd lttcam
tbr peimeSt number o' the Bioard.
The Dtlra-t,. t hall be eate q" thie seeino Monday of w
Janttnr of 18701 and latnuclip b Cor r tael t.tr thb
I olders, by ballot. each member compamy bentg entitled
to a. me t oatt a he may have a arts 0scr bed and pld
ft-, in et,,rdarce with the termi beretinuttr iamd t e, rlec
t on to i-e by ballot, each etoetbolder havi Oithe rmgrs to ap.
pict a petiy It cane of hi. absece to cst ha votue not olv
Ir the tlectioi r. ofcers bhut i all bus.ueei n-cesMrn to e
Ln tl in teBod of titi c,,-ru, It tle eve. ,t of no a ;eet,, I
t.kicg p'ace olt the d-y fixe. tlio Prrcda ehI ro,11 tu an hel
rerection t be hel. wtth n tan days atter the filure to elert. M
laid bhail aice noto. therefi by advrniuamw, to oe ir men me
. t hre ureWlparro Iuhlta'hd in the city of Sfew Or.eni. on
Th care f l)lrrri.tn-. hall at tt fltat meet log in ey -!'
vpr, elect s Prmidelt rlm Itlea ber It shail .lmoel eets h
*cretar a,d Treasutrer at the aeo tlime. enl al shall hold ba
thi f,, ut. titl t c ailt,c.ultror. ndul lectod.al
'Ir Lhe fietR r. of !trefosi sahale eIrsist o' the fill-,wing So
I.amed t, ckh (dec ale: P
Ihomas b. baitou, F M Z-ig'er. Chabrle A. Itbuto, I
Wtnl.cmi B. ktitc, VIl tin, F Kelly, A,-nit blex-ider. die
AuhertW Merriam, Janu U. F erming ad Joan Mctlyre. c
ARTICLE IV. I
The repital rtock of it ie corporatna Is hereby fixed at oec a
nol.,rret It ,-c.nddeunora. repro-elaidl by ioiuthuts.ccd ahbe ar
of ore hundredt d,, eira hach. ,an-:outth of ech subirlp ,o It
lhall he prtabll in csh at the rig tug of theie art cles, and
t renmainler in thrre rqtul u.tcllmmetl oyu a, oi f the I
,ur sri, or, nnade r)ayb a to Lin pen orucr, and nby ilm t :i
d,.nd, t sitx ttl;) Iilr t1 ato twtaeit m.antha irepepttverly
.tier a Oh uohtl .a irs chiber rI u- itrneg'e to pay
futr ctll y hit noteil t a the same may mature and fall onte.
,lerest thererm at the rate of eight per enr t per unns.' hall i
be rndd dilc tiereto rrt maturty ,ill pament, and if the ild n
o le ae c . po d wiltni tbirty dar af er they matureaid e
fll d..t e tc a Hird of s ir etr, rerve iit ......srrte rtii tb,
otf coe"o ast, ne+rs m nares upon which roy cnita lment
o y t e doe to bie .o'd at pulbic aucti,, or oth-rwcse, ateI Sg
tl days pevious no:tce to such delinquent subscriber. o
Iao fteckbalder in thi( Corporatron shall ever he iable or
rerponit l tot tc e E i trli t or a ault of the Corpira.t ,a, t, mi
shal y maere informality Iy rtttildnatto have tb t efferet0 o
reldering this charter I'lllt or ot expo-.ig a Stckborder st
any liabliablity be) ad the amount of his stokt.
ARTI L° VL
Thie rherter may be modtfied, altered er amende4, or the
toenlpny mat Ie dtit oIved at a gsrerai meitmin o the Stock
h Icort toi.vened'r r thait tur i,,, wlth the aeclt uf threei
tla th Inu iumont) ot the stock reresented a tach meet
r!." ever the disrolnti I of the Corporation shall beiom
aenesslry by rcao ol the act, n tofi its liacholder . h, it t
tatlon o Its charter. or frt.m ary cr.se whaterver. it affair
irtil te immediael piercd In lculiditia utitd.r the chargc
end .,upernt .ictc ce . i reo ticmmiisitner ptttiuitetl bl the
.ic;,r,, f Ulter era. ,tnt wbho .h I rema'n nttfflce etiie the
hta, ttuidatil'n .f thc uaitr ifthe ol('otaity and the diatrt.
butloit of its surplus faud. am ug the StockhoIderc
AR ICLE VIL
Thewaeut of the Sitikholders, their reildenres, and the 0
nall e" tit shrle~ held by each a e de,,Lred to be urch a are
oi.scrl to this .ct of tucorpratiuon, ad iet opposite '
sa, h o their uamle reiprttclvey. di
ihe l nt ed St, e internlll rivi ne etarI oef five centt Per
rsheet, required hy law for this act, have boen hereunto duly
li x. Id eauce.ed,
The donte and passed In my o(Ree at New Orleans afore
said in tte preeei oi t;eor.e Ceas and eon. Altred Ho,.
coupetent Wtln,".o i bo i hIt ot , eitT. who borer nto alg t
t'h er un*oa wilth the parties and me, the said otary the day
aed ie e orusald. B
tir-gu I sitgned. Julee Brady. A Ahlexader. T. R Rarton.
SW Merrttcim. J-hu IU. Fr mil g, . M Z,.i-lr. W Friter
e Vlr. W R. Keiiu pr I. F lolltt. ( . Ltltuiio, Jobh s
McIlntyre and uthers. (le roet ens, ie ( rge A detr
trltoFlW F HKeO. JR. Notary Publl.
I certiy tbet the aftresald a tru copyLof ttle rglat aMt,
on blo and * reco d I my ee.
New Orler s Auc 17 IPt
it A[IREV iTitiRo ,IJ.. intary Pihllt
MHILIP LYNCH, WIDEiTAKEri b
99 hT. CHARLEBB STREET. d
Metallic, Mahogany, Blact Whlnut and Plain Cofr r
alwayc uo hand. Blodiea Embalmed and carefully shippel
Funeral. a, te ded to In person, and he hopes by strct attern
list to obtainr a .h re of pulb t patronnte.
D MONR O CAI Y,. UNDERtTKKK k
SNoD. 3R, 05) and 27 MUmte stret. betws eJulia
at d t Joesepb. respectfully aeuaenoee to hIee friead nd the
public genurllhy tha: he wlII c,,.tttne the lcdenritkinat eusl
beas ct the Late Dnilel eotroe at the Ihotre stad. will keep
Sconsetantly oi hasd a aseertmeIlt of Metatle laurial Caes
ead Cechet. IRowewod. MahgeaMy Blai lniuti and Flats
Coffn. Jtluitc Eambalmed DIlsterred and eareful'
Shiped. Mr CAREY will be ase'sted by Mr. JOHN RA
I lng kw to n nesectto with the hnlaises.
Whbleale and Retail Dealer in
SFmiti Orcertee aed Pistatttloe leppllet t
BAT)N BO(';E, LA.
Il helLt Peter.l Pald for (Ot.OI
COTTON Ti)RED amnd Si'PYYE) to sUIT PLANTERtl .
i haithllK my frlerids and the pablic peMrceay fr itbor hir
ralr patrilec s l mtetpretlly r oliit t *lta .acatnti 0 r
Stt :tsu, a.s I feel ttnldent ihte it hrettotore, I am tit e
pChle tf glrtrga en~tlre sat·ricfitt iii my ,IaO of butitlaes; a
ali., in hoeb ppt, gt (',ition on whlteh Lb.ral (i.aah dteauce
B. racu!d.lirt if rtdl ti.airt. muc'itni ttihipseir m I
,l-tw ·ea.ctt,a , it ecnaib me tt et trct-h Iwe th- tie iuei
cecngra. leirg A.eal for the 'elrirrtsd " ARR, TiI."
,arie utpily on hnd.a nd wii rffer ame a. Lwomi tatlt
Ctaoer Third cad Lturel atrOsteL
iS AhISXEW J. AI I.R,
Ig (se(o eesOr to AlenA RatIny,)
C(otteo IPerte sad Coum leeolt Merhaut.
SO0. iS CARONDELET STIEET.,
J- O. b IRELLI.
Pf ODUOE COMMIBIOEI MERCHANT.
e. o. gI Tehoupitealme rbleer
ge o IIION MERORAS I Uo
-eus m an.e o.
S ets Wltes sad Shep,
J. OOK IANDIGe,
Otty ef JIr ees. ·L
- 00MIIIop MEDIbJHArSI'. FOR THE PUIUOA
to IEl Forwa~rdag S hlippmoatef Hides. I.e
a Weet. seax.a Tatiow, end Tmb
ed utiu NusreiatL
he Nr 4 uandU OOOMlEURC ITsEE?, IEW ORIAlll
SJOiN W. 50 S llO CO*.
iet(aRemoeed fram St rancl streetJ
3I CANAL AND 11 ChOtsMANE ITn EETS,
Sear li Ommiaseeo MerhauusSa Prctees
And Dearleeu aI tiude st
AORI'UTURCAL nWPLEMENl .
A nsfel tirend rgler rorf SAFES cud COTYOD
Itmmrmana O.'. Oteldant 8parkita CATAWDA
sTAHd'H VINnPR tet e*u almac eatd
1U ILD 3.
·rtmod thenteo etlhe •ctirIe of qeM Ottes fetlib pIMeS
Se~ . n PALd r e i e We .Pry ealt cd 0t0E
hlmp ete wrnat whetsab med ac DeIess a
s e E.. VALs 913 (e em *C,
S .I, a0 Ame J Omm nL WD P" LO. OOLI
- Esrl· en ~Aes Oda Ue
N.O. STEAMNHIP (OMPA V.
mAn a s .......................-...e a Ta
NIW OBLIANS BTAIMBEIP OOMPAIN.
UNiTD TAT OP AIERZIA.
a an IO·NlwtsA. 0err a Naw Ou.m, ni
a 1 M Z 11M is ear 4kb th dap of February It the
ar of sur I.o me theusd eight hudLrd and iauty-O
ad of the tedapsedee at the United Stases he
Inty-emnasd. befo m dwad Ivy. a n% pahtt
sd tor the City and Pariah f e (n
sae, State oK loudtlea arooeeald. duly eeomm
iee ad ew , p.r ly e aa th
,ruse btaretWne deed eadesulg.ed who everaelly
beseed that, savlhiug themeelves f he proleines e he
aelatee t of the ti Louthea relatlv to the orgaets me
lee of onrperiaeee is thte State. they have nwerneesld .ee
sra, ad do by thee. preetn ewuesat. ee and ind
m--_8. d thee. whew they rep t me h ha
eie lto an .enitlie ear tee frIM the e ..at
nrpe , and nder the plaem regelalem sad bul
Te ume ad ltle oalald oemeal 1hall be the " R
)ElEANSB ITRJAMBIP 0MPS ." and Its domlil ft
heby eatelteses to the eity of New Ortean sand is sPaN
ta,e m.ad wels" S, the term r. tweet a. ueR
la of these eem sele es dlmAyd a edl. a heBor
&endd for. I shall hae e rorte real woth a devilr pees
he ed whe of he Omy .on lo the raa
sr s.minan n oraselwmahlpp be oeustltak sd r r l A >
lmne 1i of steamu s I he Mowed and ontrelle in the l
i New O(tlan, sd~ eI trade ietween tar d ty ied usy pea
Sthe pN Atrrleatto cue eroflo ma dre t Meaeoe
"he e erfild empayl bhall e the peper pwe es
m e sade O es ad m Oy mb Iewah. Mbeind
tiel of PO MIti al-AsT I tUa s I , us
T-he wlw Till7 Inatr PleYlrr, 1 I TH i D t
LtAe. t d odd tet sire eok Fity Dolla er cho all V was
to he aid stat or beo e the mwIng of het e Preseat.; whe i
apitar wal ye Itereased to @ aat t toeddlg net
lion, If the seam oea ld he requed by twratids terLO
The i The - lm lo a ea he ends" the d redls aend
marfeprent ofm o lt gta giaw o may oatr lny Ile tha
Lth pit o f tiler s V oenorintU wIt h ne or , m re pn on e
.drilem the nticvhotdeno e. the Oepa n r to the e6
Nra ofl the floardn contrl who hell sot mL a Bleard
AgntT t skoal testig the I . of said eo a.
8.0o5a1 L The regular meat dn UV e steek.
olderon of lbe Cols hall h t hl ealI. tl e
o satndg en tohe int Tue sday Id Fer heary 1d o wae, ch
mtl a arty shall r chioose e of their a..
oar to saent Director or the salg year. who mhall em
tt ofansd ltraorm, sard 'entral o whcrh thesaid Mal r
,h.'il ,cbarml and entitlo d to ontet ten all IteIwa
mbrouel"e it; end tati the eion of Dres to.h se te
aid, the fi owing anmed operoa shall ooutlter the I
Board o Controli vi: IN. J 8.175 N ('IVT , J.
PEBIiEBTfn. . AEMNTBO?4G J. dcIA.OtK .
ac 2 The IfainDe to iae Dlsoroont.sa, al reIwd. shall set
dislee tole aid ooer atrle. hat the Board i offlce t
ortiuuote wlretrsel Pteertte. until new ord t he
sc S. Three membe of saidBa oS f Con shall -
statae a qsrumn sf the traenaction of bsines, and the sad
Board ieIse arted wlti fll power 0to fome nad adm
uc by laws, miro le smdregaltos e they may ePem re
eite and eWry or tCompany as d the transacton of
affairs prtvided. the tame shall nti rt.sSt u-t o the tra* be.
st an d m ai og o this A of Ioorporatloa or with the
lawn o thbisr ita. And is the tLempIorar sl onf the a.
s they my see a basrrmsa to preside as the moeslge.
hey all hre power end s hereby thorted to hey sad
sdell sashi. mel real etato ea. for the oncate- the (tu..
pn: to ma, e o.ora t_,lo . ,m asm, typotites-o ,e
nea mr.mOI w a a.iL a an eIls *mpee: tM
ecrrste. t mn. L.a omr to bee bhollt M Les anl
Woe of add Company.
Nec t If sty member esaid Board shallcate to baa
to khtldeof said Compady durin hle term of service. his
office shall be da.Jarsd raant; ad ta the event of the deh
permanent aheeao. or rerlnastlon of say member tK
Board of Cottol, the ald Board of Control eall hye pomw
to til arancie orailed itherby untl thie et reruir
meeting theceltr of the Stoehcldrs for the eletn of
efoert of til Company.
Sro E. The d Board shall meet montlhly ort the tr
srtin of hat siland the sagelr may call thee "
ester at ney time, by gicing nix hoer.' nothce ta werttag.
-o- e 1o It shall he the dut of the anae baer
w I e ke pt, In bound boot, In the aOme of the s.
pany. a correct record of the proonediage, transactionsn ao
ooutnt, property, btulotes ad affair , a weRll a fall sm
oomplete conIt of the reelpia ad disharnm eto te- s.
iHe stall orcner net as Tre rer ef the Compaoy, sad
beepa ttb ccount in one of the baks or heeking e.
sairai, of thi cty, nebject to the approl f the Board V
ontrol, I the name and !or arornt of the Cone det
e alone authoriseld ad tllpwered to draw aisit. I he
oontersn" by the Sretry, ad tdweIet el heelhUg
liet . I. .shll he e duty Vfthe Menege V ald
Company to atlit. or a.aclo he hllted l thtte St,rct.
-i. whoneer teret required by them all the boots, paper
srooaute sad decuments toloug'i'f to raid Company, ad ale.
submit se tee en or tof-re the lwaiitlet of each mooth a
itaied statement of theo bhlam end feLn of te Cenpany
recr I I the event Ihe r e Pemenet aa
erd.thb of the M the Bard of tt- r ol dull mmI
dlsatly praered to tet ebenaeg pet tam., who hall et
"see e nl Itn /sa tarealer of tbhe Slek.
holders. aoRT 1 messing the hra. shall prtoted M
sleta moagag lowe mee thsr"nele who shall be bjt
sotlo e.let e elly t eagferl and h een of th e .
ery aene it Etesop. the baemeld Board oV OeeI
shall hae owr Ilh eppelt ya Matage err tom
Ic. y At tOh e l f metiang of the Sto olders V th
Cempay7. the Bneger may make a report of such wamee
and tbhlnga ste may deem expedlet ad necsneary forlbe
terret of the C^pay, at which meting each hare v
Clo S. The sail es. shell hae poer ta neos
secrtar, ead ehir employee anoelly. end o~Cer I
ts bM coer ubje td to the &apta VI the
Board f Cotrl, sa he may remoye said Ite rtary ae.
or ether fmpleyto at say tie.. witheut the amu VedA
n th epxYdoKlee V d she of temVol er e rene
hreetefto agreed ep for thel e ln of sid iepl0
a aority ei the L c ldes i lsiha rll a pe
determine upon the mode V selling ad disposg f .
toe property end s•eh hebleg to aid Ctompa'y. sad s.
to decdespe a.d fx the terms and cendllins of the saleeo
dipoitien thereto, nd enally of wtod a up m llqeId g
Threeete Vof the stoekhillr tao l il Vtll tee an
paws, to Iwind " sad emttle the busur emd . fro of said
Coepeey7 at say tIme dar In isz ealni.- or if mahi
sty f melatloe ddltl- or chaoge, sios bl llact, aegl erL
ity dy prirl notice in two ithe sa wpape e pblo l
Sthi a y. A TCL 1L e
All ltr eonof rss sall he i the , e s ofa
lomplay, ad reer I trookof tof e heh kep t bL
hItr paoe. The ew stocholde hiadng himelf ta ail
st latiolls rths end alllsr say rIces. regaulate pea b ws
for th eiret o I tle of said Compyl he.
ora t othe hmount Vu tnt etoh c n add om. pee
norshally m In ormalit-y, Ia . t oelIe s,
Colan ilae, the elflct Jrrtag alt cpnt Bea s r enfU le
Theiwbe nmd pnn are tockholdes In said CanA .
pl. end mena a trtlld to the nlantt ef ere. pit
M J. mit. Wiln Creervy Jan.d Aretr, TheS. Iee
The e of Cotl Psall hE empower o reesive IsI
merrtpoloa h aid Capital Ittoch, neti the -net h
ci F lty Thannd Dollar shall itit tee h ihd is.
And. in cociin.thelb etockldimn rtihfte seI
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