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sUIIliSa IU A. IL so.v sem
a smebemi wab Wk rsqimoeesea r . 8 5 hao rr as
.mi8y pab1l wh tellUowig statemet:
4e1.1 Premems er 1k por eatdmg :1 5 Pre
low. 1133.................................. a9. 14
I- r PIrmiume ..................sMn m W o
Mae Premiums ................ 18,13 70 O
31r Premiuf ................ 105,007 1o
Ias Return Premam .............. $8
larn uemsed Pamu.............. ,1a 0IL
t la1med rat .......................... . 8 3.56
P. lesina- ....................8 8.17 30
Mblv m l ... .................. ...8. I
. 312.08 14
mrult I as of 1. .............. 14.34348
Tzes and Internaul evrum.......... 3741
Mamen. ceat, ala., less DisouaL
A oe t............................. 10 83
ft per cnt. Intermt on outsLandiag
Nt so let March, 18............. .m
servo w Unadjusted Lssi .................. II.17 a
rTh Osepmy 7 a8 l o le oIewIag elmt, whlch Ia the Be.
port e the Finumee Commtle oef theº py. umalmealy
deopted by the Berd of Trsteets, declanrd, after ample
Ullowaes and dodection are mLdls o be gatvl to
cash Oapital of 10.oA0 via:
avet ta eal Kate ........... ........... 1
nvessled In Mortgage M real Ketae...... ..... 70,01 30
Invsad tI oity and MIher b ad ................ 8,30 M
lrnvsd a Beak mad el Mr es............... 1:,830
Invreed in eorap lasraseme Oempales........ 1,3 a
leem d 1 Ple sg . .... ................ ........... 18,300 a
ll Reachable ................................. 3.88 8
1reml ms is Seo o Oiefes..... ........... 7.1M
lah o had................................... 111.81 . I
The er.ba stateamet sa lm. re s arnd trag W es 7n
oem 1k bookes of ti Oempeay.
KAIl. mues r pllm q ,
OHAS BBIJGA, FLm f.
J. r. BeS. Leiemrs.
PlATE Wj XDIAN, U,
Parls of Orli ot .a New Orlem
eaDm Is ad shebabsed beforg me. hib3 ad day a Ma
1U. PAUL WN. OOLLSf
IThid JnIt et Palm. fr
il pe.e~et. ltuerest s all etaeatihag crtip will be pam
ns legal holdersthenof eta thee lad Maday tof May mexi
oa.da. 311GoP, FrmLdeM
ALr. OaWu33m, TIN Preadet.,
belrm DIg , & sMesii
Am. Oarrers. A. Lasgy.
ASe. f. Fod. b WiSlm s
L IrgIer, Thomas yr*.
ihat Lait1. John Yhrabill.
JeIs . Mamse.L W. A. Vial2h.
F. Ande es., r:ugah odenal It
Alied [earm. Wim. . Plaeartd.
A. Frernch. Joha . Watls.
ee. W. Dumber. erge Pester. 0
SIP. Sterkmayw, Andrew tag~1o
.e. . HyBas. L. K Patier,
agsh'd MeatesmoMe John Nien, Jr..
Heary J. oe. I. Plaggli
I Marqaes J5mm Silser.
Oia. Welehasr Radiph Sag.6
H. T. 0w.
NINrTERTN ANIUAL STATWMENT
CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ogw Orlesa.. May SS, 106I.
The Truineee. Is sarfbrvmnty'o the harter, ibmlit the tol.
lowing sNtaement of the auairs of the compay ao toe 3lt
slay of Apri, 1163:
Flre Premiume for yam............ I. 71.17 8
artim Premiums for year............ 6 R t
Ilver Premise sr yew........ 17T. 83
l- - 07.770 30
Tetal aet erned miOtmsO........ . $4.11a
Firo Ioslea paid ond estla"d..l.. ' 81.3 81
arme........... .................. 17.07 Ona
slier............................... . 3.81 4 r
Paid Taes.......................... 3 .019
Paed relnsrranes sad diesoalt in le
ef r p ........................ .. f. 0.10 39 A
Pald Interest, return premium.. g*)
e.al a sp es les dleosma c e... 0. P.89N 0
et pryt ........................ $I 10
The CO eay hsve the fIleowtln 4..
Seee ..... ............... $ 37.481 4
Los on bonds d Mortgage... . .. 34330
cOb em banu .................. ....$10. 0573
LoP m ea pledge ol stoks on call...;. 6 400 30
Leame e pledge of ookes 1time... 11.0 00 Pr
real as....................... . 8.00000
Scrps of other CompanIes sad ert
oeaesanl.ty Boe ......... .. oa) 0
r o .. . .....11....... . .. . oa
Beak ad oeter steks............ .. I .W T17
S3 51.7 I?
Olepeas for (tly Seeed pat di'.. 8 ago e
Due for Premlnms ii seore of -
tlos......................... . 41.D 00
The Oempamy hew abe:
Suapsaded Notes. Storks aes Do, d... 5436.1 38
ForLIed BSrDp ecounat ............. 7. A
lae at ntlied tr................. 1.810
The above staem t Is a Irue aol erroe transrlpl from
the books or the tompeay.
TUilO. A. ADAMS, PiesIdenL
NseUr V. ODIss. Becretary.
PARTSH $1 ORLKABS,
City of New OrIaa.
Bwore to and eubcrlbed befbe m, this 23d day of May,
84.. P45JI1 CHILD.ERS,
Secojd aetlice of the Pears
ParisLh of Orleanu.
b ootmp.ra will pay Interest at I per st. tn osh on
all its Outetonding t)ertllcles of . Ierlp to the legal holders
basef, is msnd atIem l escond oaday la Juame nezi Di
Tire bau.it o Trasese. bars ale. derlared sadrip Divided n
ITllHRY.THrlME AND ONE-TUIRD per ns, on tIe
aied promamue, etlled to participallon fo! the yeNarea
ki A~r4 s), 1685; for which egrtiamere wu o mal m. .. m
slter ths trlt Moodqa lu Augut alst, o eofeamatta eb
THI 1A A. ADAMS. Prudent,
8AMUIKL H. IlMkDT., VIosePredeat.
isms A. AVotese ecrrnalr , K n:ney 8
P. Il. Pley, m. Edward s.
A O. (er+, . 0(,mpo.,
7. ' - ms. hobo Phelas.
A. F'tVr iedr, P 0 RuPrn.w.r
CO EU C('AkL SILsUI .AC I DOIPA3 I
BECOND AYOfUL STATEMENT.
I ~efrmty wth ithe requ. rep.eat eT their ethrter the
O)IMMEI('IAL IM8UM.AXCE OMPANIT pubish th f
Amoust of Preamiums 1st eyr ed i Mrh 154
Ptra hem ........ . I 44, 11
aRIe eemium ..... ... . . $- 3SR
BSeb mes.****...*. ...... D t.*t 87 W
jean s ..wb'1 ................ .. ..... 1
oet hre a meoriras 41 ar
Ipn. ·re........................... 1.430I
pteeslus due ......... .... . ..... Sil 9
lM No llo ........... ".-... :. 3. 00-41337II1
MI sCM .6 MWTUAsL NUMIeAnes
COMPANrI O NEW ORLaIS.
.IOUETRNITM ANINUAL STATEMENT
Is of aformity with the ewukemete of their Charter, the
Oa mpOey p the following
Premiam eroetoved drting the year enadg t way. lft a
Seludta anrsed premims of the peviewyear :
On Pre Rm .................... ...............9 &S&N a
On MarineRisks ................................. 34 17
On River isks ................................... ",5S 9
Total Primume ...........................IlaJ, a
Le Presmums Unemed 3 May.
I1m 1t IRg................................9,ML47 M
- Rser. Premiums.................... 3Ql W-.4 11.3M
Net Barned Premtms 3l1st May, a.......$ 11,64t4 1
On Pire Risks..................mW1,Mm a
On Marine Riks .............. 173,9110
On iver isks................ 4,29 N
Tax s ............ .............. .40156
Reinsuramnee, Expene«e, Preofit
and Loin. less itrest ..... 10,0 IO - I4.314 N
et Proit ................................ 177.3s 0
S The ompany have the followlag asemt:
Real Isate .................................E l ,17? 01
Note Beed by Mortgage ................ 671S51 38
ed Not ecred by Pedge................... S 141 33
m Ch Cash nhand 1141.. . p7
Premiums in course of Collectoo........... 80.753 6
City h nds.................................. 96 0000
m - Bank and Railroad 8oOiksc..... ...... 104.L00 00
IBills eceivable ............................. 117.14 79
S0 BScrips of Mateal Inmrance Comeeale..... 40 801500
g Mock of VlJettM Dry Doek Compa...... 11000 00
S Losearm Steam Cotton Press........ 1100 00
S Marian Dry Doea .................. ,700 00
S Merchants' Exchange ........... 000 00
SIghtering and Wrecki Oe ...... 1,000 00
•1 " Lou.siaa Equitable Le Inf 0. n. O00
ta Be r s................................... 00 00
Total ........................ .......81. 4614 10
e Ieee: B
Unclaimed Interest and Intert pay
able oin July next on all outotand
itolSerspaof the Company ........ $101,6 I
Thirty-Sve per amt. of Scrip Lasme d
10, eyabe in July ............. 0,67 75
Unearned Premmlans lt May, 13.. 3,867 00-4318.7N1 9O
se 1,06t.s 6s
The abevoe tatemeat is a uat, tree and correot trasrlp 0
from thebooks of the Comply.
JOHN PEMBEr OMU. remidea
PAUL FOURCHU , Secretary.
STATE OF LOUIcUSIAA. N A
Pariah of Orleans, City of New Orlsa I th
Sworn to san subecribed before ma this 9th dy of Jun,
1a. PAUL W. GOLLEN8,
TM Jde of the Pe
At a meooag of the Board of lreeltes held es tie Sth
day of June. 1 8, it was resolved to declare a Scrtp Dividend
of THIRTY PER CENT on the Net Earned Participating
Premiams for the yea ending S3th May. 198. for which ea
tflcates will e tssmed on and after the fret day et Arugus
mext. Also to pay on and after the eend eday July J
sent THIRTY-FIVE PER CENT. ON THE SCRIP Ib8U0 E
OF 1816, and six per gent. interas em all eas-meding Btp C
of th Ompe. TOR:
John Pemberton. P.Mae. David r'ord.
M. Puig, res. O . Pier Poout, si
Chs. itRory, John orrn eadB S. . 11f.
P. R Wilts. J. J Fem de.
IEDMORD MEAL ESTATE MUTUAL D
61T LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
LNY. Amtoeramed Capttal 114 ,0* 0..
All Leas made by this Company are Secured on Real e.
ate trst lien. No Lean permicd oe Ined half the rvale
of the property on whibh It s ecured. and In ean of Coastry
Property. Bul dlnt exelied ftrom msset
, e cent. of profits paid to Policy Holen.
Sfet. iidds declared annually nd transferred at end of every
year to thee who Insure.
e h Pliciem itemd on all the meet approved plase.
P. lcsts nou-fofe.tabl. Rates of ionsurance low.
Premiome received in half cash half not.
The ofee and direcrs of this company inclade some of
the ablet and m0ee relnsible entlaman tI the South.
W. C. CARIIIOTON, Prldent.
J. J. HOPKINS, Secretary.
.771 C. B. Prn,ow. M. D.. Meaesl Adviser.
1 D. Cahill, E. G. Thermeud, J . Peebles,
Hedsou Mactm, T P. Fitzpatrlrk. Wm Gordo, A
C. A. Shefter, Win. P. Mepherd. D.D. IIartok.
Liberal conmlisslon will be paid to good agents I Texas
Arksaas and Loolasan.
D. H. . MAUT, Oneeral Agernt,
t2 Unilm street. New Oreata -
1!i Ns W OMLEANS MUTUAL
OMee Crerer ofr Cmp mad OCamal Streets.
Frestm. receved during the year ending Dece· - w
ber Slst, 17................................... 411.31 41 w
I.sess. Tsaes, Expeses. Bensurance, et., paid u
24 drig amro period.........................$194.31 St
Arsetr m the 31st Doesmbr, l .6................~ ,4 9
00 w Os.aoTeA, Jemusry It, 118.
The Board of Directors have morolved to decl are a scrip
d endon of THIRTY PER CENT. o thr M mrnd tcid
31 4 patlnr premiums Sc the year edliag Decmrter . IM:. and O
hae rtber reolM d t py 8in Per L ltre ema l no.
garadlnm certlflcate o4f Seip, msad after the eoo d Mo Y a
4 ay of Ma-hy 1. J. TUTES. rIuddnt lo
J. W. Hucs. Secretary. A
eO. U quhbart. T. B.aRhaad Jr,. Ohs. LSitte.
A. Ncher,-,, Wm. 8tevens. J. M. Lapeyr
et U. W Babcock J A. WhIte. A. dehrueter,
io. .vcwhe F Wlnliams. 5. Tuyme.
UI MUTIAL LSUAU eCOg 3cUPANi
OF NEW OtLhANS.
Oiee. WNo. 1 Cimp Stroe.
Am,,lr.t of preiome rmered drtan the year end
iui D.,cicier 3lst. 1667 ...................934.3 fl
h oen mote o int ember. 176 v. ued at.......... 767,7.i 41
older. pMEW (RLEAM . Jamar td. 181.-The Board of p
DMre.or rs,ired to pay 6 r at lnutert mall outstand
d nd I.nc mp, nd frthe dolared a crlp Divdend asf3 er
cent om the eat earnd p,L iln Prmeetm for the yea
n sn did i Dco.r.ierltst/. 1 . VHI(0. 41.0o. Pre't
ren Taos oamse. . eretary lO. I. G l . P.
K J. it Joii O. 3lc k. J wie. I B a a 9100 I8
Hl41-c I trks
j.AtTOUES ALI TB.ADEMI
.... ('areaomdelet BLte.......... 9.0
nsEW ORLAE' 8, LA.L
ilL. II) A.%UAL STATI'ME'T. TEAR ENDIOG
Skra APRIL, 181L
P1 i -mtnr * or the yer ................. ... 30 2 7
j. .v Pn . 10 71406 J
Ac.ets. LI Abpro,.. t4Ici .... 10.16t 15
e CASH DIIDIINDD DECLARED TO BTOCKHOLDERJ
a In '1~a#l PLek Departmeu .... TN PElR 'ENT.
In Premium DpOtment....FIFTEEN PE, el I.
75 This (omrpi r s ntnua r to Ini e Polie'mm 1 3l . RIVIEN
and kA RIh LII Klt tthe arrant ratee of PremIam.
All Diirelnds of theLompany axe payable ia CAS, with
NIlREL NUBItO.ON. Preident
HASSON DOAl Vice Presrida
S A PALFRET. Setnxy.
o- MSe Greeawood. Rintard IlllkM
W. A. Johmeo. W. . RHenimi.
J,hn L Nobe. . J. Wareoa
John Chafe, ssoea BRck.
aHugh cloll. . . Racker.
.0 I urs·mad J. hmlth. Oaed IFtedlander.
I. CalISeL H. Wlls.
Alred . mtotess. Wm.letoy.
L. L 3 .Kr. . *. dd.
J.. D Sl . JO s. .
Ur MU RA1NCf.
MUTUAL AIP AMP UWXrVOLENT
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
J. M. LAPIERE, W. &. MOUNT.
JOHN DAVIDSO. L B. POTHIEI
H. UBRERsIB, W.L MoOTL.DOOM,
L N. MARKS, C. UAVAKOC.
EL F. SCHMIDT. WE. ChEE.T,
W. COOPER, THOR K FINLAY,
W. . PIKE, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. MI
DAVID McCOARD. PATRICE IRWN,
L OAULFIELD. JNO. O. aINNORT.
GEEARB STITr, W. C. NICHOLS.
JNO. DAVIDSON, Presidet;
W. 8. PIKE, Vice President,
B. . YOUNG, Becretary;
L A. FOURNIE, Tresurer
W. B. GKOOTS,. Attorney.
W. C. BICOLBS, . D., PhYdae.ga
N. C. FOLGER Arent.
Ofic No. I Crodels street, Davdson's Row. go
EOM MWUTUAL IIISUAMOI CO.
PANT OF NEW ORLEANS.
O~e. Na. 7 OCamp s.., enar t Natceb West F L
SIXTEENTH TEASL re
PrL.s ared dbrlag the year endl p
Deemober , 91 ....................18881.B" N
Lose, taes, expense. te-Inauranca eta.,
paid during me pled............ "17T.74T De
AsN oa the 31st December, 161 ......... SS TAE6
This Company eatlnas to tansr agait the peril of the do
easm, Revws, and leas or damage by Fir at the arrm
ALFRED MOULTON, PrMdaesn Cll
WE. tE. PENKINE, TleoPredd=L
1. I. AMe J. H. Ledwlm 5 1., I. i. go
SA. ultn WT Camlbers. A. H. May.
B . PP.Ethetl John T. Neeae Robert are,
W M. Pn. J.. Ienhourm Johnl Rses (
FIII N ESI IWJS LEA RCR OM lr lor
OF NEW ORLEANS.
gopl. ets.ek ..............................0O.@0 be
With privilege to ncrease to S3.U00
OmBce No. N Camp street tory Bulding, corner of Camp be
mad Common streets.
8. L. MILAON President; J. N. Irmt., Vl-.Predent;
M. N. GiAocaA, SBeretary.
This Company osers to the Insured the op(ISt or reamne
is per ct. a participasta in t as t prots. payable at
the end of each year in ti
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANT.
e.ta ................................... 5*M*.OO, W
OFFICE. Is CANAL BTAEET, NEW ORLEANS.
4 asssaeroas WI
JohI PBembrtoa5 W. aL Pie, I Edwrd Ptim,
K. A. Ty J. W. Stoea, W N. Schmidt,
I CH. Sioeomb, A. Tohompeon, JAlexander Mlars
F. Dehbondlo. Philip Meyer, C. N. lGra dey,
eorge AI. Fdick Edward anetr, EINaIhi A.L
lSeam E.Le. President, W. 8 Pn, Vice.lPre , or
t. C.at D OIi A Goe. Agse, W. P. LIO raIS IAesns.
MEDIAL PIIIsM "
r. . H. L oes, Dr. aml Choppis, Dr. Y . Rater,
Dr. Henry Smith. Dr. . . Lewis , Dr. W. . ichll. i
O . A. BreaND . Attrneoy.
ALL KINDS OF LITFE RISKS L YAer-Odalny Li
nd Anneal Edowmnat Te Annal Endrowment and PIN I1
Anneal Endowmsta; ingle Payment; Participating and
Dn Participatin lead by thisL Company u Low sny
eher ompany. m
ALL PAYMENTS NON.-IOREFITWABLE.
STAR MUTUAL INSUERAIo b 0oo...
N1EW ORLEAMNS. OUISIANA,
Continues to Take
fire. River and Marine Risks at Tarif gates.I
NO. 1&....CAIONDELET STREEt.... NO. 1 th
CHAR ENEq TFELD, Secretary. t
LLOYD L UOOLEMA, President. ti
CoL W. O. C. OLAIBOtRNE. No. 43 Dauphin stre. ps
ADOLPH SCHERTBEI. Rgq.. of. o J F,,rtal' A tSs
FT&eNMT19 DULnsON DE, t eq . of Cobb. Doindods OA. O
CHAS. O JOHNBEN Psq., ottom ocIast.
J. P. TODD, h·q., of besau A Ma r n.
I. L. rBLUCi. Re.. Of HI'1 A Brc,
ARITHUR FOEYALL. Esq.. oJ O Ltnhsam A Co.
B. LAPLACEt, LoNeqo. S3 Old Levee str-et.
JA BRAbtELMAI. ERq r.of J. A Sm elman A Co.
4JOHN D r RITrON Req.of ..rtto A Moors.
. (lERSON FEq Cotton Factor.
EDWARD OCHIAN. Req, No 1 1 Spain etroet.
MARIE LOUMEM ?ATABLTA
SIN NEW YORK OR EUROPE. lb
SThe Louilsana Mutual uorume Compay, 01
OrrecL No. 120 ComeoL STauC, i
Notif their Mends and the pnhllc that they hare made ar. h
ralnemeets for the paymeat of loae on their Marine tRiks,
when so required, In Noew Yrrk, Liverpool, London and Hav
O hbout addtionlIh arng bryond the rolar rantes of pro-e
mtm ectabhlihd by the tariff if the New Orlemu Bord ot Ci
4 Ne '"rane. Oct. t, l5iN.
LI'MBERI , COAL, ()A I). Ti
CAL . .......... ('AL . ... lI.. o
Over 00,000 bb|l•.. the beet Pltteburl Coal
Foro lr.i hlearle srl Retail, drl vored along thcre ott
ao a, d helo e b rwd ten pt!t ththio
low t marketfrl tce Ct.l. slitrtliu , .rIl to crityorders S
Appyto BOYD. WILMi .t (' . A;y P'dr, Si.
Trd--Po ,t ,I'Camlpe -trtet
SHI . TueoM BO A T,1;
WHEELWRtlTOI, CABINET AND HOUSE
Lusmber.l t w
WHITEOAK. ASH, HICKORY, POPLAR, WALNUI, S;
CYPRES. YELLOW PINE, C
Of all dimeoIlina pnetaotl~y ot hand atd for sa!e hy
J05. A BSlOWS. Lumber iesler. O
Blenrlle and Levee treet,
rOne eqUr hbelow ('atomtea )I .
alng circrlar work of every description done with die.
TTATEMAN. J.C. A
TROPICAL RoOFITNl NANI'FACIno'Y,
DEALER IN CAL. CI£M&aeL COKE. WIIE
SAND ANI FIREWOOD
No r MItevtlie Mtre, Coues) L Mamat
flrde eIrf at the above place, or Soln S. Marhcaice' En.
r.euce, will reretne prompt altnltna
A'r'r)rRNEYi A.T LAW.
p ----- --- .- B
ATTORN6I AT I,..W.
Ia a (remeson Street.
ShAt t hrle .. LAW cABSI.
W. Scorr BILLU 'S,
Attor~ee and Cuuaeeloes-al-It . bw
BREHIIAN, tLXAB. B
ipeelal atecuom paid to Cises f,r (,:ie-tl i. and prompt
returrg mh g r
N . .. it·-
AYITONET At LAB, w
TILLIAM M. £CtLBd,
1rC ,. Its NOETH THIIRD STREELT., ST. OUIi, Q C
ruth no.it Pal ad ptsC· a s shd esi enB
-ur smm Ue rlog tt s tO eae arb tees ea e
cied to eb e lde e en stWatm m dUI
r aetnddr s p. -adtb--- ,, at m
Dam f at inewen ~ i
_. sm "rtm "reratctnt.
TI UFDa Y MOtRNTIi, DBOIMIRS 1, 11f'8. o
EaITOIIAL PARARbZAPS. ,ST. g
The St. Louis Hotel opens to-day.
Gold closed in New York yesterday at 135. .
General Prim's father was a butcher.
Bryant has sold out his Post.
Iberville parish has organized a " Property.
holders' and Tax payers' Association." C
We are indebted to the purser of the steamship e
Mariposa for late files of New York papers.
Expensive lunches have superseded matinees
Thirty thousand Swiss subsist by cotton spin.
Madrid's governocr prohibits begging on the
Mr. Walter L. Newberry. an old and respected
citizen of Chicago, died in Paris recently.
Diamond rings have displaced plain gold for en- tl
In France to one person who reads a book 100
go to the theater.
The average daily wages of 4,000 Parisian wo t
men are two francs and fourteen centimes.
During the last three months the receipts of the
Philadelphia theaters were $100.000.
Prof. iF. Verdugo, of Salamanca, Spain, died ci
recently at the age of 105 years. L
Gen. Thompson, who in his day was quite a o:
prominent politician, died in Tallahassee, Florida.
P'oor Carlotta has been prohibited from reading a
" Linen Weddings" are the latest matrimonial le
dodge to get presents out of friends.
Miss Nellie Chase is a candidate for enrolling tl
clerk in the Kansas Legislature.
Maidens are notified that leap year, with the y
ladies' privilege, is drawing to a close.
tGen. Y. H. Roddy. formerly of Alabama, has
gone into the commission business in New York. 1
Mr. Oliver Dyer was received in the new church b
(Swedenborglan) by baptism, on Sunday last. ti
Mr. Stone, a paper manufacturer, of Brookville,
Indiana, got in debt $110,000, and then failed.
Fred. G. Gedney declines a European consulship c
because his literary engagements pay him better.
It takes nearly $3,000,000 a year to ran the lum. h
ber business of Burlington, Vermont.
The handsomest women 'on the Paris prom- ti
enades are Americans.
Queen Victoria is in her fiftieth year, and has o
nine children and thirteen grand children. a
A svrer q.retar is advertised for sale by auc
tion at a Christmas fair in Sprlngel. f
The AbbtL Domenech is to be prosecuted for
libels contained in his book on Maximilian. ii
Bishop Ilssell, of Vermont, is visiting Detroit, b
where he taught school thirty years ago.
Vulgar ruffians in London drug their victims
with snuff in their beer.
The Louisville Courier says drunkenness among c
women seems so be increasing in that city. p
Springfeld, Mass., gives its 3000 pupils all this c
week to spend Thanksgiving.
A young ladies' Christian association has been a
organized in Burlington, Vt.
They shoot swans in Virginia and sell them in
market for $2 50.
At an auction sale of paintings in New York
last week, a Verboechoven sold for $2500.
Yesterday, 8 100 bales of cotton were sold in this
Bevenue collected by be United States govern- e
ment for the month of November $9.500,000. P
Gen. Humphrey estimates the cost of a ship
canal arourd Niagara Falls at $12 000,000.
The crops of Egyptian cotton this year will ag- s
gregate 2,000,000 cantars, 1244 pounds each. a
A micsionary voted as a college citizen in New d
flaven the other day after an absence in India for ,
twelve years. e
A Zurich letter dated November 11th, says that .
the greater part of Switzerland was already buried a
in inow, though the leaves were hardly off the
trees in some places. h
Capt. S. A. Pochi, of St. James, has obtained a
patent for an " apparatus for evaporating cane
" Impeachment" Ashley has issued a valedictory
address to his constituents, occupying two columns c
or solid nonpareil in the Toledo Blade. o
The llrtflord Carpet Company has imported a
number of superior operators from Canada, to
work in the mills at Thompsonville, Ct.
Rev. \llen Clark, of Seymour, Ct., took part in t
three marriages the other day, officiating in the
first two as minister and in the last as bridegroom.
J. Marshall Hanna, local editor of the bouthern
Opinion, was the author of the article for which
Rives Pollard was assassinated in Richmond.
S. M. Clarke, the United States treasury printer,
having been discharged, will go to New York and
manutac~cre paint. ii
DIulce, the newly appointed captain general of t
Cuba, cails for Havana, on the Auth inst., with
In South -hields, Eng!and, a college is being e
erected in whlch sailors are to be fitted for the
higlest duty of their calling.
A party of emigrants from North tcarolina,
numlering one hundred,pasaed through Richmond,
Ky., en route to Minnoesota, on the Ibth inst.
During the present year over i,090 buildings t
have been erected in Chicago, at a cost of
The restdence of Mrs. Mhi. M. Carpenter, near
Clinton, Ala., was fired by an iccendiary on the
17,h inst., aid burned to the ground.
Napoleon has given ,idwig Wul, a German
poet and teacher, a pensi~o of 1l4i() francs
lowa tr s ]0f0 miles of railroad, wh'ch cost
,(57(.(,C.(0. lo )'34 she had only )0 mi'es, which
Thorlonw Weed ;. reported to be as cheerful
as a tom-tit on a iump hbandie.-- la Crosse Dem
Two d!istressed American families in Brazil have
been aided to return home by a gift ot 200 milreis
tronm the emperor.
A white fawn was shot by Wash. Lambert and
A R. Prsos'is, in Yolo county. C(iiforni.a, within
hlt; n:i ,s o' ~sacramonta city, on th· 6th October.
'Id ,,d entoen,u a it N.shwi le while in a nidet
msre rny, nlypiu •]w a 7r saaaza&bol i
Honitut' has dir-covered that the freedmen's
t,:reu ,is a Lnisaue that should be promptly
lordosr's want sreet thieves lashel at the
whpp n pI,' st, ithit eing te O:.:y pun:-bment
Ante:' .in millers ar, invited, thr ,nugh our diplo
r-'i, tIc.ro. t, totakep rt in the great ft;r in
One hundred and egthy paintlncs are to Ie sold
at sat lrin to-day and tomorrow at the Academy
of it-e .\rts. l'hi!adelplia.
A :r.t citoik prat lr mnatufac'nt nc corm any ii
be:r:g irgair.:.d unr the management of B.
B infield. -Esrl1.
It i rumniored that theMemphis and -eama rail
rcd :;.n wAl prohae~ly :ro . the lsciisippi ('en
trai tn':r~5ai ten miles b5 iw P ,lly Springs.
The total tsxbb:e property ot Kentucky for 1867
was $lt'i 1 , ,;6, yieldeg. at thirty cents on the
Tle Ilitroit 'i rliune says all the'e 'ake survey
parlies i ave reached Detroit, havng completed c
their wurk for this seassn.
In the city of Phiiadelphia, according to official
report, here are 1:i.49i watches, of which 12,533
ate I.l and :'9, si;ver. t
EisLt teh tooks cf a French pattern were re
cently taken from tl1 stomach ot a codfih at
P'hiladelphia has takten stepsto import a thonusd
English sparrows, which will he let boos la the
pubhle sqree sai parik next spri~ag.
One oe the poor wome, who go aebot tie
slreets raking askh mrtl, se., raed oat a new I
wallet containing .50,000 in cnaterfeit currency
in Philadelphia the other day.
It has been suggested that ore of the reforms
of society in which female clubs can lead power
ful aid, is the observance of early homrs at social
gatherings, parties ard balls. in
It has been estimated that the demand foe gold w
for ordinary coimmercial purposes, including payt c
ments of customs, amounts to only $20,000,000 a a
At the expiration of the present administration ci
Secretary McCulloch will go to Europe to take s
charge of a branch of Jay Cooke's bank to be
estabished in London. cl
The Newark Advertiser heads the account of a
the recent Erie speculations and Daniel Drew's eC
connection with them, " Daniel in the Lion's
Learning that a Cincinnati saloon-keeper has on
exhibition the first greenback ev#t Issued, the Boe
ton Post, in alarm, asks: "Who will show the lest
During the first fourteen days of November $:
the transactions of the Gold Exchange Bank in w
New York reached the enormous aggregate of Q
The commissioner of Indian affairs reports that w
the number of Indians now within the bounds of P
the United States, exclusive of those in Alaska, al
is about 300 000.
U. T. C. Meatyard, of Rock Island, lately de- b
ceased, not long since married a daughter of Geo. n,
Lunt, of the Boston Courier. He was on the staff sa
of Gen. Buford. T
It is stated since Fisk, Gould & Co. became it
managers of the Erie Railway, it has cost the com* o
pany $1,000,000 for executive, legislative and
Stealing bridal presents from the table on which b
they are diselayed is becoming common. Last t
week a detective, in fall evening dress, at a New
York reception, caught a thief in the act. It
The house in which Percy, author of " The lRe
liques of Ancient English Poetry," was born, in
1727, in Bridgeworth, England, has been restored as
by its present owner, a Birmingham grocer of so- P
La Perine, the little news-girl in the Kiosk, op
posite the grand hotel in Paris, coins money in
consequence of the sudden celebrity which the Ii
enthusiastic articles of the Gaulois and Figaro P
have given to her. tI
Thanks to the officer of steamship Crescent y
for late Galveston papers; to the offioers of C
steamer Louise for late Mobile papers, and to the p
officers of steamehip Harlem for late Indianola
and Galveston papers.
By mail we have " Frank Leslie's Illustrated,"
for Dec. 5, and the Little Corporal, for December. i
The Little Corporal is a very neatly printed and $
illustrated magazine for boys and girls, published
by Alfred L. Swett-;a_.tr , ter one dollar a t
From Ellis, 7 Old Levee, we have the last num
ber of Punch, and the Southern Farmer for De
cember. The Farmer is edited by Dr. M. W. ,
Phillips, of Chatawa, and is one of the best agri- it
cultural publications in the whole country. Every 0
farmer and gardener in the South and Southwest a
should read it. g
A concert and lecture in a!d of the Artemus
Ward Monument Fund was given in Portland, T
Maine, on the evening of the 16th nit., under the
auspices of our contributer, "A Bead." The enter
tainment was excellent; the music delightful; li
and the Portland Argus of the next morning says: 1I
" A Bead's " colloquial discourse was a mixture c
of sentiment, fraternal sympathy, and his own P
peculiar humor, which poor Artemus once de- v
clured to the writer was quite different from that tl
of anyone's " in the business." Headisacurious
compound, and In his writings and lectures weaves b
a suange admixture of the ludoicrous, saartirical s
and pathetic. He appeared in faultless evening 0
dress and opened with some very funny allusions 81
as to his audience and his musical experience, tI
which was worse than Mark Twale's accordeon a
exploits. HBa lecture was chiefly devoted to b
t sketching the life of Ward and the relation of b
amusing episodes thereina not heretofore made
public, the whole interspersed with Head's quiet I
and quaint humor, of which, the little taste we
had, made us all wish for more. It
UmIaAYI U8IMP1ATvEES. D
FROM NEW YORK.
Nvw YORK. Nov. 28.- The week closed with in
a creased ease in money, and demand met at 5'gr c
on call, with government and stocks collaterala, 1
while balance were left on deposit with leading
bankers at 4. Prime business paper, short date, o
• here were fresh rumors afloat on the street
to-day witnh regard to Erie, among them one that
an injunction had been put upon both receivers, and
that the Legislature would finally settle the whole li
matter by the passage of some new act.
S The bank statement shows expansion, the loans c
CHAtRLESTON, Nov. 29.-The contested mani
cipal electiuou, after a trial of two weeks, was con
ciuded last ui.het by the election being declared
it regular and void by a vote of twelve yeas and
r three nsas. This decision was rendered by the
orecent council. of which a large majrity are 1
5.epublicans The effect will be to contmue in h
5cwer th:e Ireseut city government uanl a new
Sel'etion is rdered by the Legislature.
SBremen btark Gauss, with three hundred Ger- .
msn en.igralts, arrived to day. 'oe had a rough
voyage, with eight deaths on the passage, mosaty
Il-sANA, Nov. 2o.-The first battalion of voloun
a tee rnieght hnrdred strong, leaves to morrow for d
the eeat of war. Another battalion goes to Hol
guin dunng the coming week.
It is rlorted that the rebels have burnt the
r plantation of Col. Acosta, commanding a battalion
ol volunteers. d
Gen. ('espedes of the revolutionaoury army, had i,
three men executed who were caught robbing and
Previous to the attack and repulse at Manas
nat;o Cres edes recommended that the women and
children be sent from the place.
The confidence of the people in the captaie
generasl uttung a speedy termination to the war is
PmroAtmaP Ia, Nov. 29.--Gen. John O'Niel was
n:,aiuln.luy elected president of the Flenlan
brltlerbood. The delegates are pledged to his j
[Lilnes failed at this point ] a
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LOUla Ak ITnEM.
1Lc I ,yon Sara Ledger of the 2Ith says: "On I
T~- day last, the ith inst., there were nine con
....i.. a. ·,...I .... f e . p wsVe~u.sray, or r
n -.tetvtiarid e nt I *hteen yeanrs: onas
The Meschac& . of the 1lth says: " Mr. Fa
zeide's plantation, formerly Belfort Baydel's, t
Y u.eauring 1. arpents and 115 feet front by I7 ia I
,,lth. aun l: aeres asituated in the rear, sold to
eMr. rteveno'n for $15 0o0.
" Mr. Ednurd Rtoussel's plantation, measuring
44 arpeuts trett by 4' arpents in depth, with a t
sec rto and tbrd concession, was sold this week
to tir bilvrstr (imnbon, of Newr Orleans, for b
S$1Ii flon-~ll (O cash and the balance at one
year's credit.'' ji
As we go to press the health and cheerfulness
<f c,r people, and the deep melancholy of the e
y d c'or, continue abated. The sugar crop con
to ues to te ro out well, and money again begins
to cirniate through the krng stagnant arteries
at 5 veins ef our cuntry. 'lhe weather has been
l,ed but we have had no late freeze. and there is
co imrnediate prospect of oDe. [lirapeau.
The bree nturg ttar and Joaroal says a di- (
cu:tr ,ecnrred in that town. on the 7th, between a
a yung hd named 8f0ocer and a man by the e
cc me if hlcClendon, wrich resulted in the death r
of the latter.
S Do Tatr.L. -Why is halon's PlFor de Mayo, the a
new perfome for the kaudkerchief, like an errand b
Sbey ' Because it is sfn everywhere. Sold by all d
S It is asserted that a very "loyal'" and very
p ons editor in Trsy, New York, whse syrmpa.
3 thies have always ben deeply moved in behalf of I
the suffering negro, has suffered his own father to p
d~e t an Ilowa peorb-rse, without seanding kln I
the aid he was amply able to furni.ah. the pkoar t
old man had the sltortune to be white.
SThe 8prisgield Republicn sa that a school ai
Steacher ai that dty reatly pM a littl irl r
for a trial o e by eswrS Ly wlhappg her hand, a
whbich had seeerly veoeed frem the alioes a ti
5 E saltt hm, sad th.to, after the viet had 1i
r itformed te tacshe hew teime the pes. was.
Lsecta Displatch to the ot0..l is squtrer 1
WAumsewe, 1OW. I7, 1817.
TRI ALABAMA CLAIMS COMMAION.
The matems t yoer en o pndeesot rspeo
ing Reverdy Joasona tgoi tb with EIglad
was iaeorrect o one po vi : the number of
comaIsioneres i ftor Instead of thre-two from
Concerning the Alabama claem. It huas bee
sacertained that it will require the unanimous
concurrence of the commissioners to pass each
claim, and in the event of disagreement, then an
arbitrator wii be chosen.
It is also agreed o in n getiations that ther
claims, losn dispute betwee the two goveer
meats, shall be adjuaosted by the emmiassion,
each one of them, behowver requiring only a
majority vote. There is N reaeon to danbt an
early and satisfactory adjustment of these vexed
u'CrUtLO CH'i •IrOn?.
The secretary of the treasury's report ie ready,
having been printed in the printing hbresn io the
treasury. The secretary estimates the total reve
nne to be raised for the Jeeel year enudag 1870 at
$250,000 000. It is intimated that the secretary
will corroborate the material portions of the state
ment of Mr. Delmar, over which there was such a
controversy two monthe ago; in fooact there are
good reasons for believing that Delmar's expose
was made at the suggestion of the secretary to
prepare the country for what would necessarily
appear in his official report.
The annual reports of the several heads of the
bureanus. especially the commissioner of the rave.
see and controller of the currency, and third
r auditor, are not yet in the bands of the printers.
This delay is the result of the habit of inclading
the first quarter of the next fiscal year with the
last. for the pr cue of making a better showang
of the condition of these departments.
The report of the commitsloer of revenue will
be completed next Wednesday, sad submitted to
the secretary of the treasury. He will recom.
mend several important change ia the revease
laws, partcularly in regard to the mode of aol1
lectng the whi-ty tax.
('HcAnoo. Nov. 27.--Capt. Travis, of this city,
I and James Ward, of Canada. yesterday had a
pigeon shooting match for $1000 a side, ffty sin
giq b rds. Ward scored thirty-eight and Travis
THU STIArEB GUEAT avrnBLiC.
FT. LorIs. Nov. 27,-The steamer Great Repub
lic was offered for sale by the United States mar
shal to-day. Thirty thousand dollars was bid, but
the marshal retsed to entertain a bid for less than
fitty thousand dollars, and postponed the sale.
Many parties were present from Pittaburg and
SCincinnati, and much disatisfactioa was ex
A large flouring and sew-mill, belonging to
Judge Ritchie. In Newton county, with grain and
considerable lumber, was destroyed by fire on
Monday. The building and machnlaery were worth
SOccurred in Rose's pork-packing establishment,
on ('houteau avenue, this mornmg, destroyinl the
eL.Ake-house and $500 worth of bam.
THB PARAGUAYAN DIFFICrLTIrla.
WAruia ron, Nov. 26.-The note of the ecre
tary of state to the scretary of the navy, which
is herewith published, is understood to indicate
f orders which have been gives to Gen. McMahon
t and Admiral Davis on the subject of the Para
guayan difficulties :
DerARTMirT or BriA,
Washington, November 17, 1889.
To liea. (;Meos Wel!e, e. tary of the Navyr
tir-A dispatch was received yesterday from
Charles A. Washburne, Eq, late United States
minister to Paraguay, which was written at
Sluenoe Ayree or the 26th of September last.
The dispatch shows that a controversy has beeo
carped on for some time between him and the
president of Paraguay. The merits of the contro
versy can not be well understood until a oopy of
the correspendence hall have been received,
which is dally expected. Meantime, Mr. Wash.
borne's dispatches conclusively show that the
situation of all foreigass, including United States
citizens, at Ascunsiu, is greatly imperiled; and,
especially, that Corbin C. Bliss and oo. F. Mas
termaa, United State, late lately in same way con
nected with the United States legation, have
suffered personal violence, and have perhape
A dispatch hab been received from Mr. Webb,
United Btates minister at Ilo, in which he states
toat he requested Rear Adhiral Davis, command
ing the South Atlantic squadrea, to send or pro
ceed with adequate naval force to Aecuncioo to
protect American citizens. Mr. Webb is nuable
to inform the department whether Admiral Davis
would assume the responsibiity of omply_g
without special instructions from the governmeat.
The situation thus presented seems to me so
critical that I have thought it my duty to advise
the president that the rear admiral should be li.
struooted to proced with an adequate force at
once to Paraguay; and tabse ech measures as may
be necessary to prevent violence io sthlives and
property of American citizens there, and, in the
t exercise of a sound discretion, to demand and ob
tain promptredres fer any extreme insult or vie.
lence that may have been arbitrarily committed
against the flag of the United Stales or their
I have the honor to be your obedient servant,
Wx. Ii. Swawp.
MI sessI PPI ITIMs.
From all parts of the State the Vicksburg Her
aid learns that bornse stealing is getting to be all
the rpe with the light fingered gentry, who
have'nt succeeded in getting an appointmentto
We learn that Col. John P. Pryor. for mesy
years connected with the Memphis press, ad
one of the ablest writers in the Mouth, is soo to
form an editorial connection with the Water Val
The Port Gibson Staederd, of the 13th, saye
that an old nreggo woman, living on Dr. t.rott'e
place, while waklnng along the railroad last oSun
day, tell through the tiesfle work arnd brokte her
neck. From the appearace of the body, which
was discovered shortly arter the accident, she
m ust have been killed instantly.
In the Probate Conrtof dams conty, Wedree
day, a jury of twelveo persona was o amedled to
inquire ato the lunacy of one of our ellow citi
caUs. who was arrested some days since for oin
wittiong a violent assault upon an attache of ia
,fice. Several witnesses were examined, all tee
litringg to the same effgt, The juryln a few moe
men's aflter the close of the investigation, agreed
to report the person abluded to as a lunatic and
e who, if sffered to be at largeo, would be dan
gerous to the public peace. He will therefore be
cent to the Ibsane Asyluom at Jackson. as soon as
C practicable.- [Ntatches Democrat, 26th.
S The first ugar house in Hancock county habu
Sjust been erected by Capt. J. V. Toulme. The
care he has raised this year will compare favor
ably with Louoihsan cae both as to msse and
(Capt. Tooulm bhas beeldee demonstrated this
season the possibility of raising a fine quality of
SPerique tobacco on the sea coast. We'll ventre
a small bet that the Savor and aroma of the ae
rrot or reraque tnuat he has ri.sed thils year, would
,h a gimo*up th CA h ianrin it Jn I l ulattl
[Hay St. Louis Gaaette.
(On Thursday morning at hatlf past five o'look a
b, ,lk Loy named John Fleming attackel Ir,.
a Hrcoort. a lady lately removed from Oeeas
o Springs to Bay St. Louis, In a furl us manner
wlth a knife, but fortunately did not iej-re her
g very s-riously. He was arrestedd d locked up
Sto awsait examination.
k For the ttt six weeks about sIteen negro men
r havbe been busily engaged is dilging as iamense
a it in tone of the Punch Bowls, on the river bhank,
just above the city. It appears that sn old crone,
a bo claims the gifts of prophecy, fortune-telling,
etc.. announced to tiee negrces that If they
would dig in a certain place their effo ts would be
crowned with two barrels of coin money whleh.
Sshe sad, had bees burtid there by Captain Kidd,
S he notorious pkare. The negroes, sixteen io
number, iamedtely begus the work, anud for six
a eeks they hare labored with remarkable energy.
O(ur informens statee that already they have made
an imamnse pit, oever sixty feet In depth, with an
Sextensive tunel leading from it, through which
h to carry st the excavated earth; and that they
are stilt digglng. and seem to be perfectly ,on
fdent they will find the buried treseare at last.
Salready hey have done as much worn as would
I be worh ftteers hundred dollars if paid for at .,r
Sdinary itea. , intent are these treasure-se-k
era open their work that they do not rest i the
day, ere to eat, hut work hard from early dawn
i rlt dark of each day, aud do their eating at night.
SWe ttink they would be far better and more pro
f ftsbl employed in digrglg potMat or breakisg
gri snd for coiton and ern. Whesever they 8fad
b he tressre we will ineform oar renders of te
r tact.--(Natebes Democrt, 25th It.
as uli frsn t Farmer ss: "Our wolen muas
I nfentor nJe W, eea r Ieeeaee. ear oo mills,
I roe-wathe.beetadlaee meaulect she powder
mil, ,ot tower lead plmp, pnap mils,
Staaerles andm any ethe se -e-ds,
all show that wem art t ma~I mab the red
to a ldpeat m ri .t-a