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mart. ................................... I r
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liver IP e e ................ 1amer 1
L . seamsereneas.............. I 1
-d lmeid Pm ...........................S I a
ImN n..- ..................... Iwn n
am med ....................... 4.4
ageout l mw of as............. a« s;s
Tea and Intral .M .......... ... 4
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AmMt ............................ ,s,10 a
lz par anLt Iaterue n e>atmeadieg
m md u . saed I...................S 1147 I
2%9sn.s kite. m t ea feia RAt.. ..... Iw4 .
pint f it traI theIrmm o -am sO.mupi., m.mataee
Iepted tby tei Bmar otf reots.. an.. dal..., abe amp
N·ub Oamptl o e o . 1y.
Invested to assp a.t lammes Qempu»........« w I D a
i.k l tP. t anMt ......... IM
heemadam aem 3............................ 11111 a
il a.................. ................ U we a
PSinais I. Dew m.. ................. 7,I1
ON& a laws.................................... 1.a13 r
EThe . e1ens, b a. ea. ad an O sbnd ,O *=In*
fes Wh basis of Oas Clba.m
.r iF. beebs.l bm Cotepamy5
I. P. s«:. ninp.P.
Iwea It amd smabmrnted befare me. 1bL 1d day oat Mag
J33A. PAUL W. OOLL0. ,
tr JMaMe a no rva
lts par awt, Iearest on all utatedila salp wil be paid
IM lagal holdrsithebaof a theaeomd 1eaday ot May ars
Aim CAaI·UsI. Tes Pr.ldbas.
ObAlemss. LA. l Eam
Job a Manl. W.A. ViL.tS,
P. Aniesa. Hnagheamie
Alfred Imry. wa3. ~N. Ph ,
A. PnrMre, ra b Wa as
ga. w. Dbamr, Searp Pbs.
. P. Dtaekm5pr. Anht Sa4i60
Sm. a. .yess. . E. Paile,
A·ra'd Memaameray be Wio., IL.
vearyJ. V-% 3. PlFlggI
S Maraeu.. James Gai.11r
Obha WMe5bar. iadmlpb oagm
3. v. t' iI.
NIIETENUTE A£x3AL STAITfMUT
CRESCENT MUTUAL LNSBRANCE COMPANY.
New airte. May IS, 1691.
The Trustees, emrmintmity the~herer., ebmeit 1be Be1.
"ateme e of thebi lnof the mmpamy a te Ni
sy of A prti., Im:
tIre Premmn for ear ............." 1.1 Iw
are Pemium for y r.......... 94.012
er Premisus for yt.... .177 M54
otat n earned Pramls...... $ MT.MA 3
Ire l- me paid and tmatler..... "I W.u
r;o. .......... ................... .0 087!
Ira........................... ... M 7 47
d TIer ......................... 1.019 4
rtilenranmeal d dilsoent a lea
ofaerip.. ....................... 1.l a 3
Id Interest, return pemlium., gen
irnl esp.r..e lsm discount. tic.... .6410
t proteus........................ $ I s 10
o Company ben the folleonag AseMt.
. Remslynbl ........................ S 37. S4
on bonds sad Mortg ........ .340
a ~ m ead........................10. 3.
oa pledgm of ateab eaall.... 5.4000
Loema oopladgettob. o sum.... 11.30
ala..t ......................... I.
rips .1 of*bir Cmpamles ad moot
--- ~131. 14
dei nity Dode...... ..... 8..91
tyBond........m.i ......... ..... M.5 00
aek med ot(br atoos............. 1.. 5? 17
,oaee r Cltyoade pat do.... .4300 m
The ompaey ha'e els
Itbre c lled or........... ......4 ..800 3
Rwao . mOeams. Genetasy
Mead Jeatlme tm Peaea4
Phb. at SOrms
The Compeuy will pay Intaret ml. pin eml Ia ah m
ell ts Oatolendilg Cotlftat f eMp o ~h p the holdms
h·eeof, o ad afteb the o ead ay to Jae mnt.
The Ieard of Trusmlm have aim detered eerip Diddd
of T11IRTT. TREE AND OM3-TH!RD per cent on the
earned premlarn mablatd ft partlelpetleo to e yearema
tg April 0, 11: for rhlch arWeas will be Imad 0 ed
elr the r4 Meadey t Anget e t, hfee of m~yemtte.
TUOMAA A. ADAMS. Presidant.
SAMIUEl U. I33MWDT, VIsePrmldent.
Ire., V. Oem lorretary.
TI ,'a A. Adam*, ramuu II ennody,
.T I Dd b ame . L Nwawm,
P. H Foley, Wm. Idwarda.
A Oe. o, A. Ymapm.
P. Nlmms. Jlo Phala.
A. Fimer Blnder. L . Sumnmers.
NNW ONl.AN l ICTIAL
icc. cOPerm of Cmp sad Camel Soied.
-miurlms received dltng the mer *n. i. D eco
gr Blab S.L....... .. ........ ........541113 4
"aseo. Taxm. Kpme. ALta~eoa. etc.. paid
ALamu em tlh Slot December. 1M.............s... $ as
WIw D,,uia, aIUy i, Il.
Thl erd at Daretern bate treolmid ft 4golr & amrip
-lidead at H1MT PIB CiT. ma the ao eaned partiucd
p__tlog pramm o ~r pe in* i ls membe l tl. 12; md
have tortLar remolved * pey gMx Par Cent. 1.1rMM an all ea.
atea3 aiminmate af Up a mi aftar the maui Mee
dar 33 Ea U ILI r. TUT1. Preiuab.
A. Rocherean. 3m. 5mm. .. LaEperg
. W. abcockb J. A. Whit. A. lehretbe,,
.io. Iecha 3. . Wileam4. Taym.
OeemDemdw T As. M mm m eL s
ommAr ap aI1w eOBLAR
FOUITIIYE I AWNUAL STATIIIITi
Iaesmser w the equb . -ms If Cheru. the
onmoms publ the bmana
ratemle.4sed ambrge nIo e ai es t 4 , E.I ra.
eldleg uameened eniumdss of th0epteesear :
OPn aewlu eb .................................... 81A3.M
O. MUi Il ................................. MI.73 I1
On sIh le ................................... .MS
TUel Pem s.................. ....J..U.lg U
Ides PreIsame Uearned 1al Mne,
Jam ................................ g9 4e40
sau h...mt .................... 316 w-4 lo 3s 3r
SNe E d Priemme Sr... INS.......s 01..44 i
O n. lit R tM3 ................. 71,110 37
On Marine RIm .............. 173,910 I
On River Risk ................ 4An a
Tues....................... U R
-d.awaes Eaxpmm. Pe
sad I , Is mess. ..... 10.1 o04- ItI.14 M
t Prolt .................................. 7.111
TheCompany have the Ibllowtag 5se":
Real Estate............................... 1,(117 87
NoIos seemsd by Mortgage ................ LG0? 38
Seems emed by F lel ................... 14? M
Oc.h e hand ................................ 1s4478 .
Prtalum ti mases of Colleetme........... 09711
City EReds.................................. 0,00 a
Brm and emel 5em1 . ................. a1m aU
ise IeIvelao ............................ Is.11s 7t
0 erlp of Mutal lasrieo Comemes..... a SO
aeck of ValeU Dry Dock Cem.. ...... om a
I omtwastm O s.n PIom........ 0
S" Mase. Dy Des.................. L.& e
" Maent,' EIhseag. ............ L0 0
" Llghfag md Wrecale ...... 1000 00W
S miras Equitable 14 I lb. Co. n
oMa B o ..... ........................... .s a
atln.lmed Inter and m nterest pay
sebk in uly mezn n all eststead
tnogB ipsof the Company ........ $11,M I
Thirty-lve per emaL f crip LMea of
Ils. peayale f July ............. Mll 7t
Uwnearad Premiase lit MaYr. 1I1.. nI.84 a--8/.,70s8 a
The shee Statement ls a just, true ad m ere. treaswip
from the books of the Company.
JOHN PEMlERTON. Presldt.
PAUL POUICRT, iecretary.
WTATE OF LOUITIANA.
Plrish of Oreae, city of New Orleema
Swore to me ease.bed beses me. tIi 9h day of June,
I0M. PAUL W. COLLENS,
Third Jsle. o the Presm
At a meetlg of the Bard of trtes, hbld eu the 9th
day of Jana, 18611 t was rtssled to declore a enp vridend
of THIRTY PER OCENT. nthe Net ermed ParMlelpatlng
Prenulam for the year meng 30th May. 1IE, N4 whebh se
astOes wi hte leaed s and ater the ls dt W d Augus
sast. Also to pay and ·tr theO od IMeadsy a July
want THITTF.IVE PER CENT. ON THE SBCIP iMoS7
OF 195, anrod si por oet. lanterest o all esasoand Scripe
of the cempe y.
Jeh Pemberton. P r David rcCord,
I Pulg, L F Ges. Pierre Pous,
b:h.e beory. John Mors Hall . Z. Rilf,
P. Wilts. J. J Fernandes
ST.L MIUTIUAL INSUIIACE CO.,
NEW ORLEAI. LOUIMIANA.
Cotlstus to Tabk
PVim, ivler ead ue tmI IeLks at Tamrl amte
NO. 14... .CARONDELRT STREEr.... NO. 14
CHAS RUGITFELD. Secroetry.
LLOYD . COLEMAN. President
CM1. W. C. C. CL4T3CRUE, No. 431 Dmphl heet..
ADOL.PH PCsf EftERRk eL.. of E.J Foretell A Soum
PORREN4TIM DMaLLOOIE .0. of OebbhDelhmsdACe.
OCHA 0 JOHN8aN PeF. too Paest Mwr.
J P TODD. 0sq.. of Va A Mason.
R. L BAUCOEN. q 4, or 01 A ea..
.aTHUI' FOPYTALL. Eeq.. of J (i Iulham A Co.
S LAPLAC.:. I:.q Io 3810:d Leve mrutn.
I A RRAFPI.MAN. Esq., o J. A Bra eloan & Co.
JOHN D TRITTON, Poq , of Br tton A Moore.
It 1L]Rit.ON. ..j.. ,'4ottou FPstor.
EDWARD COriN.AR. Eiq., os 161 Spaln street.
FACTORS' AND TUADNUS
.............. m radelet roeeL........... N8
iEWN ORLEA'LI LL
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT. TEAR ENDING
Srns APRIL. 1l6l
Pre iums 'or the year ...................1 2 13 70
L.oom Paid ......................1...9. 1.710 U
Asset, 30th Apri, 1831 ............ .. 050,984 18
CASH DIVIDENDS DECLARED TO STOCKHOLDERE
In Cpital Btock Deprtmet .....TEN PER lCENT.
iL Premium Department.... PIFTEEN PER rNT.
ThrisCopeyr coUtmneato Isse Pol'e as on FIR RIVER
ad MARINE RIPKS at the current rst of Prmluim.
All Dlvidendsl of the OeCmpay se peysble in CASH, with
MICHUL MUSON. President.
HARMON LIOANE, Vice President
No A. P-Ltrr, Secre.tary
oses ee4mnwood Iiechard 3.lm.
J. W. "rbrige. amueml MDes.
w. A. Jehase.L N. . Dmln
John L oble J.. Warren.
John Chaes. Simon Sloek
HugO MeOoll. .T. skeaer.
Marhald J.Imi(t. emouel Pritlsder.
l ColAel$d. H. Prelle .
AlrUd & IestIule. We. Oaeey.
L. . erry. L W. .3dd.
J D. Blair. Josep Hey.
obert PtUlb Perry usgest.
0MB@ MUTUAL U8RAEIQ C eI.
PANT OP NEW O0LANu.
OIes no Ca0amp .. er eiL - i-es meg
mIT T TEAL
P'emlum rnesed dertg the yses edlbg
aDosemer ai, 18...... ... ..l....see *
I ames aiss.eapas. m uw es. e.,
p durtng me peri.d.............. 31T,4 S
Asets I on the 1st Decesmbher. .......... SIV 93 e
Thti Oommeea e seseme tamssu egelmnt toe pecseo the
sa. RJves. d sis ew eamae by irc a5 imt erm
e o a i ALFRD MOULTO, Preden
WM. K. PLERI.l. VissPrlem.
A. W. aUNTER. Ieetary.
. M. AIsm. J. K. Ledwigem. . I. Cverms,
B. P. I theb
Wen . PertnJ. • Ilnsh.uc. Jeheo. Reset.
o LU1SAlA BQIIEITAa
LIaR INsRANCE cOMPANY.
EmpItmI. .... ..... ...............ggag gag,
CIFICE 1t2 CAIAL SIAET?, NEW ORLAN,
JuOn PsneLLOn. l. Ii . Edw eI r rd RCgs.
SImag summmp8 as
tsoeroLA. Peedib ldwed Rmneti. Marsha·ll. smith.
Scenic RtUtsos. Prsident W. S Piun. VIes-Prwidsm
S. CLAIu Dzs. Gee. Aen. l . P. Hoarsue SemetUaY.
Dr N s.H.S. Dr. am'l 4'hoppls, Dr T3 aoe,
Dr Henry hlh. Dr. J. H. Lewis, Dr. N. O. ihabtis.
O.. . Brem. Astern.
ALL .rmi OP MLI1E 0£ . TA lE-aOe rm l,
aed Annea-J ,dowamt; Ten Aineni Edewnem ad Pi
Annual Bedemens; Ps ; Peithulpeiing end
ALL PATLENTS NOR.ORPlITAf I..
FIUNMNNUR IESMANC 1 C0OMPAN
OF NEW ONIEANO
Capital Steek............................. 40 ,.4
WtL pnvlege to crseam to 13.0 0.1U.
OQece tio. V Cmr stres Itty adln . corner of oeme
3. . iteK a , Preldee;t . L WTdsu.lea-Prediat;
. N. Gaucauso,. beretary.
Thisl Oampay os to the lesred the opti of a rebls om
Ipe r t o a r c rp en s the am prola, pale at
its~ ed oftchu yea cx es.
SpII a BilaO. aIsATI MITs rAe
LIPE ISBURAi33 COMPNY
Amte shed oSgtl sL.m0.S.
All LAmrs made by this Company are Secured on Real ER
tan Irlt Is. Be La Pimnitd to exceed half the rates
or Cbproety wi high e ed Ia case of Goaatry
SPro-ym'y al din·ls deld frm esmememat
cra r cent of Preste Pid to Policy Holders.
s, ua a deml and tra-lfrreId st end of every
rear te thee who har.
PI ?cle Lfed e Ul tlb met appoved plea.
r P. Ias eeO f stab RStme if anraaee low.
Puotlm iseehed m helf cash hl a"e.
W. AR &TMR OR. P'radenl
C. A ~hatter, Wa.P.P. Yaep ,D.. .D. llartok.
A ika r soi will 1d41 paid to good agen ts t Texa ,
DN.MA URY, GeIerl Aeent.
U Union street, New OrlesK.s
SDCall. D 0.TarDmALi JA PJeble.
Hudoos actin, T P.topoairich. raman.rdon.
I. eArety with the reP.Marpme. of tD.r labrter o.
I0IErERCIAL IURANl be COMaid PANYood the i.
sklag stm ae t:
D. A. o Sr the . ea l Aast,
, sm .................... WI .
a eeerlt with the ...l.. mea rt in .r.eee t
Q ONENClAL INSUEAN AW COMPAN plehe Sal
e me"'' '"'''t :
Amt imstel eel Fe le im p e ag* t
Tim, lon s D............ ........... ..
Ri era ee - .. .. L1M m.94
P ....m................. . . ?
Aap Risersoss and. Las, ieS, P.
1 rosr. .......................... 8a
w eml ae b da ....................... ,On
m M ueee.....................s.I.
Gl,. 0swum esmeery.
Rursona Is wisntbed bimse mre oShem n ienNt day ml April.
I . PARIS CHILDNESS.
oped Jlees Pwae. Parih at 0rlmn
bo M ITUAL IBSUIAD O OMR O PAT
o0 NEW OLEANS.
ONce. No. 511 Catp S . 0
Ameswt of prtegmm - hemeve d darin the yea Med.
lain Decembe Slat, 1 7 . ........... ...........5 4
Leas en 314 December, 11. vued at .......... 767.781
hEW ORLEANS. Jaenamry 3 t· s 5-Thoe nBoed t
Oboe es reseved s pay 5 -or mat lnteree o alt outstamd
lag Scrip, and arther declared a Scrp Dividend of 35 pear
cset ON the e net weed o alen ` Pr1si ,ms for the year
edIngd December1t. l. TH0. IO. Pre't,
Taom Apomamao. meeimcy. INO. G. GAINES. V. P.
NJ. mIiJ.i. B b.. I. H.JMuamek .B.H.., , h.am .h
ant ai rat arkas pret p t rof t
GI tENEnL Isl SMITES l.r'
At ewea tle.
ENEY COUONTY. KE0NTUCKY.
OM epietber loth IMs, KE BY SMITH. with a ee of
Issaltdes. who qalthbaLous are of the highest erdr, will
Reweastlein lerthed in the healthy blue groas reglan o
Henry cousty, equl-dietnt four mise from the L ou.etllo
Frankfort led Lwigtoo amed the Louisville med Cineima
Rais. comneseted with each bm a good macadmisosd pie
and abeut t ne sved by retl hem Ieudilm.
Taihe ri beahyibsiin . swam by hbmllo ret er mordeas.
reedi ýwob * iba e etal RoHte` pirds H
heith, comfort sad csatmat of the holars. The La
ti esion is divided nto two tems of twenty wee eh
the Srct commencing on teptembor 15th. The charge fo,
evcythl5. elhpngd unIform, boos mOd medical attend
ae, will bethee handred ·md ae five lr IT. IV.
caerrbncy fer the mU e of forty p In Um aiowo
eual stalmeeta one at the bein tag of eichio of the
a sa. No dedu from themargeil made f
b dr t Mohe m t I pteed aicbkaes mr
honorable Imuarmeanted sed thee a tpitam feel of
current term wII he reqItred
Uniform surnisbed on the moet rsoanIl term.. ooks a
med etetu.ery at Loaustivie priest. As the number ,,f tn pil
is limited. thee wChlrg to occres pscnes i the nastitution
aou ld apply at h r r Inn thus maing his permanent ell
d em ae ek and dbeUwtg hmbeil to the edumation of
T yoot th rcipsl h peh to have the co-op1era mf hIs
rada d is th i tew
aForr lo ind formsioed adreae E KIp rY a m TE.
mdents will leave the car at Emince on the ot a iskrlle
to N w c.atla E. S.
ST. CIIAPA INSTITUI- - OARDIEWO R
and Day School for To os Ladie+-Conda',bed. by Mroe
C. bL AtT Lhe RAO, 1e6 mad I lla Soon threet. The
"o.mf Studl tu me t bhm leman m i loll oea tioLn inice
stthed t the Dgrot the DleIirn hie adked Mr ugom C
Icevot. It 8om OLfegTie a, d U rn -yenslga sare ro
tide. rhin miueD P ofeeor wiPl uomImbin feopanema the r
tat of OLenmoberg a dolhe. m4 ppil of thelr Tttt. may
be adenrid to letm losn. For ternresa or crcoim apply t
the Intitute or throsgh poet o~er box of the Isaalmmam,
P pIS CEUNSTIAI COLLERE,
Plk CHRISTIAN,. MISSISSIPPI.
DIRUCIYD BY CH3ISTIAH II brOTHII
ThinC-leg h m emi t meetelil, masmeet em
healthy lcatllesas In the country, being itetIed sol the (u|'
of MeIxlc eew ame dtmt hm Mew OWemee aneordtlla
tacll|tiem for bathingl Ud all other hemithy exercie.Tri
rourae of stoitee In that perned In all eoilega, eomprtisd un,
ie' the C~ot'isMO, namrdia d Preparatory Depetmet
IToat-(I-aaI bl in edeeme) Beind. Wmdtan. laitle
md Docto' fee 116 Entrance fee (paid ones oely) $10; Va
r ean. If ae at (oiiea US; imesme r ma. p
Drawing. form metrchrnee. eef In didmald
expenase; amy ·meopeaded returned
BE0. ISAIAH. Pre'dent,
Pasai'rlstse. Via L
Toed mi Ietrammata.
LANDSCAPE AND POETKMITUUE
Ne. 123 Chas te Street New Orleame
R~ev. Dr. kdLOee New Olee. lt Pref. K H. Du.
Chirleetom. S. C.; Boa. TreImos d aIcy Ln nl,n
am Jedge atmIe, Mew OReme; Fre.T.V. L imaisma
NEAR AI.XAAEDIA. LOUII.A,.
sIadd md ad Bappetd by the Leo Isam.r
The mat Setea hagu ISgasbe 7th. 18, med ale
brch 5 lte--A4 md Sce pess tat In ter bI
gas Damtmee tadIsg a. sray. oetiiei amd Op
ableIo tn advamm. helmo ,n equal pnemle Jeurm et I -
oham detest imIme.
Addeme D. F. NIOD, umeertmdmi.
1.4*o0 £ CO.'S TLrNtNGe md MANILLA
OUQIET. the mew motm Lgd Cm the sosyy i. a
flrral. t omope lI the eapt aw ml eaDgyalls., from
RhluAD A CO S' TOLUT, ailcoe41 Toilet Waler, ,
epsr~oo so Lee de COlegne. Ye/et Voeger. so herida
RlIct'D * CO.'SlIrANDA SOA/P. miei p
]rKhALD * cO.'m MultAYDA PoMAmU. Inr prmey.
bni is estT mo the heir.
it) LAD * 0.5 DiMCO , a maC ageemble
dul+ co. paarI thf eteb ad ma i ath.
IboIG A 3 * aN, a ceeLeebiea, pa.:
1c0ot. Y. ('osorl • Ia. P":'r Chmdelle is
eOt.Germsr- i wrsOa
mS, isI g, IttII I5.
. eSSSIMers *LLwas a a.
ahe rasdVW A co,)
S " AW' *
sm m aee mnd cemdst m -We pms
Ede. St WA V E A ral ,
zW eORL$aNs, La.
I Or shames Move. COss DOLMan" A 00., arD m
(Wa. R. Arur L F. auIa., DuA'. P. Las,, l
OEMNRAL COMMISSION MKEIiAIIT3,
N. 37 Caremd-mes sts.e, New Orleans.
ATMAR A 00.
-T-. as. VS- . .
Fer t11 sob et
Cattl5 , Regs, Sh ep, M lee nd Wrees.
STOCO LANDING, NEW OBLEAN.&
iteHer Sm-no. Si u I U t
A iBOWRg--RO, M A OONDIBLET STREIT-
*Os.mablae mad Fes dl g M eamt. Idbumles,'
ad eme madesoto. suepar an Westmr produce esa
,ool; e C,, C Macfalanda Co. ,oola and Loo
M Natue. Oa.L J1 w t mH
ean a sos, lma; . atio er. N. Corne R Co. Mew
far; IEms Co rateesaEd II.r~l S. LOas; 1 . lan
.58w. Lsimefei. a"d MrX.e. H .Tedm. (leitialon..
P D030 OOIIIIROR MErCrANT. d
No OW Teha.ee.Seln Stareet,
MEW ORLEuaNS d
(R. BI D. . £TCO AT00, L0. eeI
Seeemest . o O. Wilkt a eO.., d
WeEISSION MEBOKASTB R
O ýM W. IOI Im -
-eon M an s n- c
HAT * MBA"- C
oo00NIIawr MISE ASTY. FOs THE PORE Ar a It
weal Fwewarding ama hlpmenlt f 3dem. Ieather, 0
Weal smewes, allew, mad T.. j.
3kig emrlsar, O
Nsa U ad me aOMMEoCZ STREER. MET 5os.EasC
JOHN W. sOezIS 1 0.
(iameaed fem a Oml tBeeLt
WT COANAL AND I1 OROSUMAN ITRiET 0
gemeral eamalesses Merehamsa. Psead* 01
And Dealmr lall kinds of U
AORICULTURAL IPLE ENTI, m
Ages ber Fae ad lnsrglar Prol SAFES aed COTTO) Si
lammman Oe.'s elaml parklag CATAWDA 3'
STABCH. VIMrOAR. ec..ate.. always ahad. b
A UDI W JACKooN. B
Wholeal ad Retail Dee a hI.
famlI Oreeerlea ma P laknteea appltee, V
BATON ROUGE, LA. p
Higthet Prleo Pald fear Costes.
0OTTON STORED sad SHIPPEDto SBUIT PLANTIER
Thanking my ends and the public eerally for their for
me paitrornge I most repectfully solicit a eentlnneca of
the ame, e e l eeadmst that es bhertolne, I am sliUp a
pble of givtng alu ateaction in my line of busineo; e is
aso in he sh~ppig of Cotton. on which liberal Cath Advanoe i
are made if required Heving much Cott ' to shp for my
own aoent, It enables me to get frdg: leve t(he the asasl
chares Beoing Agelt for t Clsebrted " ARROW TII," C
I shabl always kve, with Indla BS n d kallag Twile, a
large supply on hand, and will offer ame et Lowna ca L
Pric. ANDREW JACKSiON,
OCr e Third ead Lerel sie et. I
BOTEL. AND RESTAURANTS w
CORNER OF CARONDELET AND GRAVIES ST,.
Thia peps'r and hervite Slem has bern thooeghly rwo- ID
vated and the iar Alled with the chocest Wines, Liquors ,
Premiumo Lyr Ser. si e e Ipadid Leah lwayw on
hand co<ntnTg cf the cbotcest viands that the market w
OFFEROELD A HENNEBERO, Proprietort g
FIED. BLLME'S RErAURANr AND LODGINOG
HOUSE in now open rw regulay and transient Bouders a B.
106 l (Chatres street. (formmly Wibe'l ealoon.) P
Friends and ematomers will Iad the very bet he meymet
Il ROYAL STREET,
(Between Canal and Custemhouse street.,)
Lels C lr....................... .Prepristemr
All the Delyicace of the Aeeson re to be found herae , "
also, Choice WINKS of all kInd. Lt
Pertiek. Weddigs, at., et., supplied at short notice, w
Private Salooms up sair.
looms, elegantly Ihrnslbed, to let by the week or month.
This R·staurent to kept open till 12 o'clock r a. 1o
AISIAN STTLE-FRENCHi REBTAlEANT. J.
1A UNION STREET, J.
Betweemn L Charle.s ad Caroade'et etreets. PHILIP FO R
GET, Areat. Prices to salt the times
BRLAKFABT-Three chooe diWe, with Cofflae sixty
Coffee seventy-Se a . hi
CORNER OF GRATIE AND 5Tr CNAELE. J
(Oppeaoit Ch ze. etelj J
aserOPUD--. t COSIR IN cnaD3R E
The bet breads of LIQUOR8 ead WINKS, such a Hew.
kius he am- mt - ere, a emetly em hLad. Ale
IB(CEHERIES WINE8. ETU.
eIeSSIOi i ·AILBTT,
(310. C. OOODRIOB, hIe of Goodricbh a :
UkAI E RAlhlB , leaeof Ge. O. GrnOyr a 0o.)
Wheleesle O.eeres and esless t
WE8TERW PRODUCE, WINES. LIQUOES, TOBACCO B
Eta, athe Old Stand of Ge. 0 (arnem a Ce, O
Ne s Common and 56 Canal street
SI. 1E111IO * C..
(W. R. BHslsolN I. FACwooo.)
GIOCRli , t
Ld Imprtme of WINES, LIQUORS ALE und POR TIR
Ne. 9 and 97 Camp street.m New Orlesa, I .
wRo s.ALU 5RALsas IN
LIQUORS., SPIRIT, WINE. CIGARS. I , ETU.
So. T1 Tceieslam emetm . ke Sr Wareese, d
Nere Dam meemanm Camme
Aye end ReetJIM d WIeklm5 w we ara,6 I rad. em ci
ilbaryl tamma end U Go lorwMt rmeart nM.
D . ITC, OCI4K. r
MKLBRCHANDISBIE BROKER AND AGENT fc
Teamata Celebraed SIeote Ale th
e. M ORATIE R RT, I U
Loaiaa and Wetera tlled WHITSIrIES, and Plae
Old Borboon and Rye aiway em and,ItaleIte sal apr
LA RUNAISNRL/C IAUISUIAASE
MEW ORLEANl. FIEOMO WIREIET OF E PAWS.
seveted So aeoheer' Reewrest.
Sets. Temn et s ameo a
Iha et USM Rcep ab
ae., ma e- i.... -·. r . .
SIL II m W Omp mtr w aIMIN Oe
lh 3W Oedmn qem.
tU 1 DAY EtOUZ0N'A. OCTOB 8 amIS.
sLZTe Yms I rT. LO.SIs.
eistd ournWedm e l eNMl O. onset]
Br. Loam, Seat. 30.188.
On Sunday evening, 27th last., I left Cinolestl
en route for home via the Ohio and Missi6esppi
Railroad. I had tot traveled over the Ohio sad
Mislseippi road for a perled of eight years, sad
was ost agreeably earpried st Ladies all its
appoitmtets n complete sad oemfortable. eight
years ago t was almost a new read, sad life all
sew roads over which I ever traveled, was rough
and egestive of everything but comfort to the
passenger. But those eight yeas have worked
wondrous changem. and this great trunk route of
1868 is dissimilar n every respect to what t t was
in 1860. The road bed is compact sad solid, the
track unlformly smooth, and the cars as luxurious
as those of say railroad on the coatient. Pals
.al sleeping cars of the most approved meaufho.
tore are attached to all night tnrals, sand Is addl
lion there is what is termed a "night car," sup
plied with high-backed cushioned obairsia which
one may recline sad "dream the happy hours
away" as peacefully as though he were on a bed
of down. This ear is in charge of a speelal cos
doctor, a part of whose duty It Is to see thatthe I
chairs are so adjusted as to Iseure the comfort of
the occupant. The road is 340 milse loeg, and
does an immease passenger and freight business. I
while to operate is the services of a very ssepect. I
ably lsed asmsy of empeydii are aseessary. Pa
aenger trains connet at Lawrescebuor with In.
dianapolis sad Cincinnati Raroad ; at North Ver
non with Jeffrsonville, Madln sad ladlsaspolls I
Railroad ; at Seymor with mes; at MltobeU with
Ainhwi I . Aiaaaa kd hlaagqalgod;at
14enn seswith Evansville andraawrdsie
IaRiiroad; at Odin with Chi~ago branch of Illinois
Central Railroad, and at Sandoval with main line C
of Illinois Central Railroad. Mr. Charles E. Fol- c
lett, a moot courteousne sad experienced railroad C
man, is the general ticket agent, and has his head. I
quarters at St. Louis. After a most pleasant
journey I arrived to sight of the Mound City at 9 L
o'clock on Monday morniag, and truly felt that- F
It mrttr set krw dear the spot,
How proud or poor tbs dome,
Lords l m som dosabtes chains I
That blnd the besrs to hms''
My letter would be incomplete without a word
or two in reference to politics, and I am able to
candidly state that Seymour and Blair are daily
making gigantic strldes in plpular favor. High
taxes, bard times and the spirit of lawIeassem
everywhere evinced by the Radicals are causing
in the minds of the people a steadily growing de*
sire for change.
On Monday night a proosesion of Radical "Tsn" b
ners" attacked private residences with rocks, I
brickbats and other missiles, and severely woasted -
many uroffending and law abiding citisens. Our g
Board of Pollee Commissioners, composd In part a
If sot wholly of blackguards and rowdles--mes 8
with whom respectable cltiens would be ashamed a
to associate-are conducting a so-called "investi- [t
gation" of the disturbance; but the commission.
era being themselves black as the hiages of - ,
need not )Je expected to take any forther action
in the premies than a whitewashing investigs
The peaceable manner in which the Democracy w
is conducting the canvass has excited the admira- v
tion of all law-abiding citisens bf whatevor politi- J
cal faith, and will doubtless tend to bring many
converts within the Democratic fold.
The fall running races over the track of the P
Laclede Association commenced on Moaday under
favorable auspices, and promise a complete suo- P
cess. Several distinguished nags are on the
ground, as will be seesn by the annexed summary, e
while the purses are liberal and the attendance Ii
F'r i DAY, SPTrsmsnE 2t.--First 1re,.-- ti
sweepstakes of $20 each. p. p., for two year olds; h
mile dash. The association adds $300.
Jha H D.vis, br. f Ailt 1 ,·l by Vandal, dam Filaqrels b
by Stockwell ...... .................... ........ ....... I d
W. W HiOedeos.. i. Am I..l4, by Waterloo, dm b b
st Chlres ...... .... ......... ........ . 3
B. F. Hutcb.lo c c. l:n; 'ca, by Voucher, dam by ming. I
lelt. by lt d ................................ .. 2 0
Serond loce-A sweepstakes of $25, p. p., for g
three )ear olds-gille heats. The Asselaktoaadda 0
B. A. Frmlth, c. f. (,, , by uzsale Scotlanl, dam ii
Lady La iaster ............ .... . ..... I I
Peter Mutcbhll br. c. E/," , by Shelby, daa Lady Barry.
by Imp. i.......... ... 3.
Jot.n i Davis, .. f AK,., II,,d, by Lexingtoa. dae
Betty Waid. by W',loI.o ......... ....2 4 t4
W. W. Ierdoeros, e. a ltit.., by Orichtas,damby as
C alloa ................ ............... ............. 3 4
Third Rare'-Purse $200--8150 to first horse, a
150 to second; mile heats, for all ages. in
Mat. Alle enters b. h. K,l E. Le. 5 yeas ad, by A
er , dam by psil .............................. 1
L Warrick ters J, ~t k.J - 6 . 6 ru old, by ooI.l
r od dam by sorse. . . ........... 1 p
J. Melakom estser c. umer. 'ioe, by Jack Male a
dam W r............ .............. 3
Lore I imith enter cb. hbe Rodeer,4r, 4 ysas ,d.
by Monali be.. lad lam Ladiy Lancaster...... . 5 4
wi. Brady eatosJrd' G,..OdJr , 5 yeas old, by
Jack tiambla, dan mteor t, Fss·y lebiason. by
Blak neo .................................. . . .5 5
Secovo DAY, 85sPmnr 29--First Race--O.
loon prse ; mile bheats, tree for all, 8,300. I
J. Cen.k esters b. I. LarI.in, 5 years old, by La4x s
airt e dam Moaeont..... ................ 2 1 1
J. Wurick oatni c. I. Trau,,r, I ear old, by
l.,Lsobmlit enterS. h v.hb, yea ol, by w
Blos ole okn dam ... L.. ..............I I3 2
bJ to.is fkar meorc.c. irda, nytucla Vlc, p. p.
solla........................... ................. 2 2
EA. inutbh saed h. c. F,,, W.,,, 1.., by Rurle,
diemb a otL c ............. ...........R...... ...... c idist.
Time--3:t3, 3:5.5. a
Thbe aononual fair of the St. Louist Agrlculteral
and Mechanical Association commences Monday b
next, and contiones for one week. Our fairs have
attained a world-wide reputatioo, and a perfect o
avalanche of visitors will poor in upon uas nut
I have not attended any of the theatert since
my return and cannot speak as to the patronage
they are receiving. Mis Helen Western is at De- 11
Iar's Opera House. Bateman's Parisan 'Opera
Booule will open with La Grand Duohe st the
Olynpiic on Monday evening, 5th. RAs., ow.
euaesie Dlsetehee d
-.o.ino', Oct. 4-A contrect for the construe
tion of son underground ralroad in New York hu
been concluded with English eagineers. They
expect to commenoe the work st an early day.
W. B. Duanen sailed from Liverpool yeterday, on
the Scotia, taking out the coatot, for approval
olf the board of directors.
M naio, Oct. 1.-Marshal Serrano, accompanted
by seven geaorals of the army, entered Madlrid to
d;reat preparations were made for his receptioq b
The streets and blidlugs were uraperbly dersteI
sad a large olvic and military proceesios secorte
them through the city, wild wlth enthuosias.
The proceselon wars followed by a parade and
review of the National Guard, whlch wasumade the
cccisdn of striking manifetations of the popularg
The troope carried side by side with their flag 0
banners on which were nlscribed, "Down with
the Bourbona," " 8ovoreutyof the People, "Re
ligioons Liberty, " Free Educatlon," sad other
mottoes of similar character. At the termination P'
of the review Ierrsao made an address esouse
ing he had onited with Gen. Prim an ealliag Epar
tero tl the lead of the State. The formation of I
the new cabinet has bees cpmpleed, as follow:
Serrano, presdet; Castelo, misster of com
anerce; Topete, Marine; AguOerre, iustice; Gle. p:
l'rm, war; Oloyaga, foreign alirs; Madoamn.a I
liter of 89sance. Manoel t;oacha has been ar
Evi~'sio.-lt is said the esuccessful revolutionry o
movemenrts in Spa8lain had the effect of inducing the
Emperor Napoleon to make certatin coacndoe
to Italy, and that Massem to expected to arrive in
Paris for the pnrpose of eedaestinsg segotitions.
Isabelln has protested against Conoessioas
mado to the revolattonary fWts at Madrid, eoda
tending that her forcible zelista fr the time
bein from the Spansh throne dos ast afet he
legitima righs as queen of Spre, ad she a
eartaes thes cof the joantas ureed uapn the *
people agarlnst their wll.
w asamoto0, Oct. -- It has ben nratnig rsad-.
Dy since 4 o'dlockt.
Thre has bees a row at headquarteus of frmd
msen'e bureua. a accouNt of Unasthered latime
tows of characte of Sibley'sreport of Cemilla H
affair. senat b7 some oala. t
San PrssoLaee advises hrm Atlass state that
owing to the idra p orion of the mili
tary, the Indias areb o . Thirty-si
peree were Usd meai
A destrtetiv eeemo d lag thee d5y,
aId flooding the entire co . A latge ambeor C
of cattle, eonging to Texs emigrats, were 2
Surratt's counsel deny the statement that they
anored the district attorney that 8urratt would I
be forthcoming to answer anyu charge. Burratt 8
e ast m , Ocmte. a o mS reorte1l
sheer o re h e apes. Wr s
have goue to he he sii p Aeass nsrtheset
form 109 A d vesis e b s r` ade
AoLa.sl, GA ~. c4.-e P. .r . Tea eg a
S CaaOssness 01y, who was
or Ct re, was, en , h
resomil ore presma hem io asvesl
district for -orty.Iest Comgress.
Last week, Walker, colored. formerly ofSavaa
ah, left or Blake, Sethweeters e , to
orgsalne a Great club, was called out of the hese
dring the night, sd akes into Calhoun county
and shot by known parties. The colored people
of Atlanta have mde up a su the and eat
for the body d Waites, whlh wl be breogt to
Cold northeast wind sad beer raining for the
past three days.
SAVANAH, Oo. 4.-Heavy gale hor the north
east last night, which continues. It has rained
uncesingly since midday Frlday. Arrived, the
America. from Baltimos.
ST. Lotls. Oct. 4.-Grant was serenaded last
night at h bohse of Gen. Shrman. He thanked
the party for the compliment, but refused to.make
Sherman also declined to speak.
It is uderstood that Grant's vit il to oonfer
with Sherman with regard to his annal report.
Great will leave the city seat Moday.
Nw Yo, Oct. 4.-eashp Ge Grant a
The papers expose the latest lottery swindle,
carried on under the narme of the Soldiers' Orphaa
Insttute, by a firm st !ig themselves Read & Co.,
No. a Oainte Hell. The firL 4evelp ne new re
calty, being cotest to operate n the usual style
of sno swindlee.
SAN FRAclasco, Oct. 4.-To the Oregon Legla
lature, Gen. Crooks, commanding the department
of Columbia, was formally received by both
houses in joint conventlon and Introduoed per
sonalty to each member.
A resolution cesuring Seuators Willlams and
Corbett for their sets i Usited States Senate.
cbarging them with misrepresenting the people of
Oregon and requesting them to reign, passed
Ptrmlmo, Oct. 4 --Rev. G. B. Assler, a die
tinguoshed minister of the Lutheran Church and
preeident of the Lutheran council of North Amer
iac. died to-day.
Mr. Pendleton hs arrived ad will address the
Democratico oovention tomorrow.
Nattrely tee Pentte.
A MsmIPHitts BAK.R LOCS A GOL.D WATCH, A DIA
MUND AING AD4D A WAD rOF OasLnACgm.
rrom the Loulsvile JoursaL i
About three weeks ago there came to Louisville,
by the mail boat from Olnolneati, a yoyng gIrl,
who anoounced to her fellow passengers that ab
was e, r,.ut, for New Orlesas, whither she was
going to occupy an engagement she had already
accepted as governess to a wealthy reole family.
She was an agreeable person In her appearaneo
and manners. Dreesed in subdued but exquisite
taste, with a languid, melancholy eat of conae
tenance that lighted ep in the most flattwlg way
when it was approached, she attracted attention n
spite of an apparent effort, which she made at
first, to evade it. Her brother-" lerk in a heavy
Main street bon '-was to meent her at the
wharf. She was to spend a day or two In Louis
ville, thence she would go direct by the cars to
The passage down the river form Cininnati
was eory lively. The boat was crowded with gay
people, and after supper our youg lady enter
tained quite an andiene, who collected abot the
piano, playing and singin is a ravishing manner.
Indeed one middle-aged gentIlea, a Memphis
cottonbroker, became enchanted, and did not
leave the oble natita late hbor. Nest meorig
he reappeared, found the object of his saddea de
votion quietly waiting the arrival of her bother,
and took up his polstien by her side, declaritg
that he should not leave her until he was in ate
The brother did not appear. Oone-two-three
hour. passed. No brother-not even a cloid of
dust upon the levee. The cabin-bops and cham
ber maids were cleaning the saloons and state
rooms for the return trip. The steamer wa is
confusaon. What should dne t The Mmphis
gentleman proposed that Miss should o pto one
of the bhotels and dispatebh a note toer brother.
She asented, a carriage was ld, they atret
it ; but lo! when they raled the e batl, the porte
monsie of the ypeag lady containing over sne
hundred dollars, was gon. The wca" Wes
searched. No portemenale. Tbey drove k to
the boat. ' he stateroom ocupd by Mss the
preceding anight wa serche. Net as meek as
the ecent of a greenback. The gentlema was
nonplused. The lady was in tears. She at down,
in fact, in the vacant state-rom, and howled.
And what did the Memphis ootton broker do'
Genereus man! Be went below, bribed a wafter,
put a wad of bills i btu hed, mad seat hm up
stairs to say to the lady that the mny had bees
swept out of the cabin, and perhaps it wa
hers. Perhape it wee?of corse it was. She dried
her eyes at ceoe, nd pecheasd the mosey, sed
returned to the hotel a happier, ad with her sew
found ecort, a richer wemaa.
Old Memphis was a lite tabs aback by this.
It was now well on to midday, and still the Mal
street brother had failed to com to time. Should
he not go ad hbunt up the eglge t oug nmm
Oh, no, Mi sid. notfor the wsi ; h bother
ws very peculiar; he wold ome preseanty..
Preettlycame, however, withut tih breher,
asd late th ftersece be roenseeed that he wa
not in the ity; that her lele ad misearried I
that her brother was, In hat, off o a drummalg
expedition. At the sam. tie, she declared her
intention to walt for hl.
When emphis r er this he said hewead weit
too, ed that eveulg tho empkl vied the me
mintrle toether. They wer qaihte pysd
coneutated. lAft th Itrels they tppedi
at an oe-erms sblor ad had sapr. pur n
sapper MiL otioed that kr ben w weartag a
beauotiful watch and haln. ShI asked to look at
it. tenphie took tte and she play y pt It
on. It was v ecolag, she saM, nd i he
mind her wen its little while? Gallnetry wa
only too delighb to see her wear It. lest she
noticeda diamond rtlag on h Isfare-fa. Th
he put on her nger himself, and what s oLrmin
litt e be.d she had to be sure. They were vastl
compltmenery and bhpy, nd got aLk to
hotel about Il e'elo they sparatd t
meet at breakfast mst morlnig.
What Memphis dreamed of we know sot.
DoebtleeeM his drems wem bnd. He woke,
dressed, deseeded to te prir. ra.g fIw a
servant, sent to No. 13 for the lady. Preetly
the svelnt reteraed.
" hNood~ la No. 13, si."
" What "'
"o, sr. Ld ~sed t last aigM, bet
she went off in the early tain."
Memphis actlly Istagred, and could only
gssp, Wbhcb er?,"
Te, which the servant replied, i os tragic tr -
It wa so true. At 4 o'elolt, ae the omar
bus started across river Miss appeared seag
the p enger, paid her bill, sad went wlL it,
Mempb tel ed ndianapolis. eo g-tro a
gone. He e pled ac read kld thenace;
bPut in vsan. Hi i it gruembbee wate
worth 600, ad hisb diemnd ri worth $1000
all were goe, " like the temaste t quit withL
out waratig, down the back entry of time." e
got a detective, wet tdhag, retrned by St.
Lora, is pmesoha reaceld
Memphisb, acconnt tohisa lt feely for hi
protracted abnece by"the sa ddes rise lade"
SBrvmRI Pramts.-Oel. thus 1 R odes, so
licitor if patents, No. 23 Commeroil Place, od
caly reports to the inai the AL lowtoh om.
plte list ,f patent grated o uth m lnveto
for the wewlk ending lepteibr 22, 188:
Lui~eona-Arthr Barbsrio New Orle.
production of gas and mlominatig street al
other carn; Jrgs L. Jerus, New Orieas, U
js'bic of Cpbii -J, . K. IMw, Washing
ton. rooag cement.
fr~,la(ed-John M. (reh·, .Bsevta, m
Che. ipto rs d LT. Dickiason, Cumhde
1I'esf Vrgim-Dt--eDnis Svry, WbeIling, d4.
vice fort bodi eatais while blo hd .
n'ort Cu,.R- W. Wed. High Pea,
ler. DenIlo. sd a eo.I
7nniesse--J. P. I , ap burn--er.
Iksourf-O. r8. , rae e; e
H. Ilibehan l dC. dit. hr O eri, dislug
whe? O. WI. nr. 'ir, 3. .Clark, . Loets,
StAsuvAw4d alss. etsem lpee
oap% ~.4. He *srn Bee e ork Septembee
Zth, arrived at .3 A. N. yestardeg, with the
helowing named passers: Cmas. delereokeld.
H. A. Wilbur. Mrs. Wilbur, E. t. Dorr, Lenmol