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IIECIAL NOTICES.
Notice to Red River lhippers.--The fine
and fast indovendPot passenger steamer A8
BUMPTION will tosltively leave for Shreveport
and all way landings on lied river THIS DAY
(8aturday). May 25, at r p. m.. taking freight at
one-quarter ' ard rate.
my2 it _ WM. (ILLEN, Maler.
Upeclnl Notice to Red River Ahlppera
Tho elegant passenger steamnr BARtT ABLE
will oeitively leave for Shrevoe port and all way
landings on MATUItI)AY May 2RE at 5 t. ..
taking freight at ON UAIIT EI AR)
BATEH. W111 attend to all buslne-s in the
Grand Eoore, and return in time to leave again
on the following HRaturday, at 5 p. m.
my24 2t It. RINNOTT. Mnater.
Lawler'a Invincnll of 174.l, Twelftlh
Ward--The ofi re-rs nd mtembers of this elub
are re uested to attend a mlooting to be held on
MATUIIIAY, May 2,. at 7tk oeln(.k p. m.. at the
valley's II use, a nlar of Louiseana Avenntue
and Tehoutiti( !! Si strot. A ftill andt!l luntual
atteollnll'o is "l,.et.d Ias business of import
anet will Ihe tmarw!ete.
I ENIi V It. Ml VAY, VIte President.
A. P. M, xo r, Sor.iotaryf. my'2l 'rt*
CHARTER.
T'1'ATE OF LOUISIANA.
I'AtI.HI OF ORtLEANS.
c'ITV IF NEW ORLEANPi.
iEI; IT KNOWN, THAT ON THIS FIF
Ir tenth day of May, in the yeour of our ILord
one thousand aight huiindred ai s.vienty-eight,
ant of the indleendonce of the United States
of America the nr, hluundrd and scoind, before
me Niehola" Itrowee ''riet, a notary publlt, in
and for the parish of Orleans, State of Louisi
ana, duly Commlealoned andt qualifinl, and in
the presOen, of the witnlesses hereinafter
namedn and undersigned, personally awse andi
appeared, the parties whose names are here
unto subs.eribed, who d(ilared that, availing
-IemsRlves of the provisions of the laws of
.oulsPana, rela' lIv to the organization of cor
poratlons in thisi State, they have cov'nanted
arnd aere.'1. and do by those presents. cove
Inant, agree and bind themnselves, and those
whom they reprelsent, to form themselves into
and constitute a cor poration for the objects and
purposes and under the stipulations following.
to wit-
AIRTICLE FIRST.
The corortiate' name of said corporation shall
be the "(tOODENOUfII HORBSE SHOE AND
BHOEIN(l ASer Ci'IATtON." Its domicile shall
be in the city of New Orleans. and it shall have
a corporate seal, with the nameoof the Company
engraved thereon, Find such device as may be
agreed upon by the Board of Directors.
ARTICLE SECOND.
The olcie'.t and purposes for which thils cor
poration is framol., and the nature of the busi
ness to be carried on by it. is hereby declared to
be to Introduce. use. apiply and dispose of the
horse and mule shoes of the GOOI)ENOUOH
HORSE SHOE MANUFACTtURINO COMPA
NY,and ANVIL HOItSE NAIL COMPANY, of
Rew York, agreeably to the system of shoring
Introduced and practiced by It A. Goodenough,
with all modiflations and improvements
which may b-s made thereto, and to dispose of
the exclnsive right to use said shoes and nails
in the States of Texas. Arkansas, Tennessee,
labama. Mississippi and Louisiana.
ARTICLE THIRD.
The Pre-dldent of this Company is hereby
doesignated as the ofllcir upon whom all cita
tions and iother legal process shall be served.
and. In his absence. upon the Vie, President.
This corporation 1hall have and enjoy suile
cession for twenty-flve years from the 'late
hereof.
ARTICLE FOURTII.
Tile Capital took of this Corporation is here
by fixed at FIFTY THIOUsAND DOLLARS.
divided into five hundred shares of one hun
dred dollars each, whli'h may he increased by a
vote of the s'ockrholders. at a meeting called
for that purpo-ie. to a sent not exceeding ONE
HIUNDREli AND FIFTY TIIi)USAND DOI,
LANIS, noti , of which moe ting shall be nub
lished in three conllslelltive issuels of a daily
paper of this eity, prior thereto.
One hundred shares of said capital stock are
hereby turned over. as full pail ahstock, to the
undersigned. Itugh Knnedy and John Crick
ard. fitty sllharis t, eachl, in consildera'ion of the
transfer and v.ssignment which they do hereby
make to this eorvratlon of the interests and
rights now hold andl owned by them in the
(:oodenough Horse Shoe Manufacturing Cornm
pany. and Anvil Horse Nail Company of the city
of New York, together with their exclusive
privileges to use and dispose of the said horse
shoes and nails in the States of Texas, Arkan
sas. Tenneisee. Alabama, Mississippi and Lou
isiana for ten years from April 17. 1878.
Eighty shares of said capital stock are hereby
taken by ithe ubsiirlbers. nll the number sit
opposite to na 'b name, and are to be pald for as
soon as this --orvoratton Is organized for busi
ness. The remaining shares are to be offlred
for subscription at. one hundred dollars per
share, to be paid at such time and in such man
ner as may be determined by the Board of Di
rectors.
Should the capital stock le increared, all
Stock subscribed for shall also be paid at such
time and in such manner as said Board of Di
rectors may determine.
ARTICLE FIFTH.
All the power= of this corporation, except as
herein limited. shall be vested in a Board of
Directors. composed of four stockholders, any
two of whom shall constitute a quorum for the
transaction of b siness. Each director shall own
and hold in his own name at least five shares of
the capital stock of the corporation. The first
Board of Directors shall be elected Immediately
after the signing of these presents and shall
hold office until their successors shall have
been duly elected. On the first Monday of May.
1879,, and annually thereafter, ten days previous
notice thereof lbiing given in one of the daily
newspapers ruthilhed in this city. an electionl
for directors for the ensuing year shall be hld I
by the stockholders. at the ofceo of the com
pany and a pD irality of the votes oast. counting
onle votl for each share of stock voted on
either by the owner thereof or his or her proxy,
shall he suffi'lont for the election of dire'tors:
and if from any 'aslle said eleclion should not
be held at thl time for whlch notices were glven.
the meeting of stoclkholders may be a"iourned
for fifteen dr+ys thereafter, and if necessary
they may cont l li to adjourn for fifteen days.
until an election is effcted-t noti-c thereof te
ing given as hereinbefore provilde,. Said Board
of Directors shall, at their first meeting, elect
one of their number as President of this Com
pany. and they shall have the power to fill any
vacancy that may occur among the Directors
from death, r'esigilnation or otherwise. it shall
be the duty o.' the President to preitde at all
meetings of the Board. in case of abs'nce or
inability to act.. tllhe Vteo Pt esldnt shall tprform
all the duties of the l'resident.
The BI,ard of Dire 'tors shall have tlhe power
to make' all esu -h by-laws. rules and regulations
for the government of the affairs of this coni
pany as they may dnim proper, and to alter and
amend the same whenever they may consider
it neoessary so to do.
ARTICLE SIXTIT.
No stockholder of this company shall ever he
responsible beyond the amount of any unpaid
balance due to the (Coll pOany on the shares
owned by him. for any dobt. faullt, Cintrant or
liability of this corporation. nor shall any mere
informality in organizing havathe elff.t of ten
dering this cIhartIr null. or of exposing a stlck
holder t, any litilitly bIiyond tilhe amount ofl thle
lunpail balance dut' upon his sok.
ARTICLE REVENTH.
This at , Ifnc',rpi'ration may le modiil.d,
altered. ametlndll d or dissolveld, with the a-s'nt
of thrt,' foullrlhs of the stock ritrerscented at a
general mnit ing ff tlii stoekholIers. slueially
~onvened for thalt uirpiise.
AIRTICLE EIGIHTH.
At the termination of thie presi'nt charter, or
the dissolutiin ,,f lth' presen't corporatlon. Its
affairs shall I' liuliuhatedid, it, i deibt- fitil and
any assets remaining hivihd I'Imianig thte stok
holder ill propoi tilon t, the amount of padll up
stontl hell by ealh, thi liltlielatia'n to Ii mal'i
by two commissinirs to bh app inted for that
DpurDoiin by the Board if I)irc,'tors. All n ,,,s
ary powirs shall ti --(onffrreid utin th-Im. and
theiir compensation, as well as the period ii
low'-l for liRi liiati n. shall be fixed iin IIsuch
nlann'r as the stockhoildfTrs may dici. by rua
olutton in general mi t'ttiig flinvy nod.
Thus ldon, and p.asifd in my om'e. at Now
Orlhans, the diny. imonth anl mar first above
written. in the prisenie of BIinjmin Olivier
and .John G. Wilson. computoni witnesses, re
siding in this "ity, who sigan these presents with
the appearers and me. notary, after reading
thereof.
Original sitne,!.
HtUGl t KFNNEDY. and others.
N. 11. TItIST, Notary PI'ubli.
BEN.. OLIVIER.
J. G. WILBUN.
I. the underm-sined. It.f'orler of Mortgaaes in
and for the tar:sh ,f ()rl an. State of LOuisi
ana. do hereby ,frtify that th, within andi fore
g.ing net of inenrporirai .n of the Goodenonbgh
Horse Shoe and Sh,. lrg A..- ri-ation was this
day duly recorded in my <fl1eO in boor 152.
fotto- 2:3, 244 and 245.
Now Orlt4ne. May 125.1 47.
J. G. RICHARD SON.
)eutly Recorder.
A true ,'tiy of thou original on file in my
notarial records. as witneba my official seal and
ignature.
New Orloans, MIay 17. 1974
N. B. TiIST, Notary Publio.
my21 ltaw 5w
WANTb.
rlTUATIONM WANTIEB--FERALB.
eokms. Nartse. CmambMeraldu, Wte.
WT ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN.
S a situation to cook and wash for a small
family. Address M. J., this offire. myaa at
SMIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS A
A place to wash and Iron and assist in house
work; will go in the country. Address T. J.
hls omffice. m y2r t
W ANTED-A MIIDLE-AGED WHITE WO
man wishes a situation as cook. No ob
jeotlon to go In the country,. and ,an give good
cfity reference, Address J. 0. It., this office.
myg5 at
WTANTEII-BY A IIESPECTAIILE GIRL. A
s ituation to do housework and nurse. No
objection to travel. Address M. B.. this office.
my2. :It
WITANTEI) -BY A (lEiMAN WOMAN. A
SV situation as nook, iand her daughter .as
house girl or nvrse, in the city or country.
Good references. Address H. M., Dm)ocrat
omtle. m y4 :it
Sr1AN''ED) IY A MIIIDDLE AGEI) WOMAN
a sitantion as nurseards sinAstress. Good
references given. Address It. F.. this o(ffie.
myv24 :t
i AANTED -ItY A RES~EC:'TAlliE WOMAN
ia situation too no gneral hrousework. Good
refeorenes given. Address Mrs. Burns, this
of(,le. myv2t it
W ANTED- IBY A YOUNG (1lth, A HIT
uatiou to do housework. Can cone well
recommended. Apply at No. sa( Thalia street.
my23 it
W ANTEII--I-Y A MIDDLE-AGEI) WoMAN,
a sitllation to cook, wash and iron for at
private family. Has ni, olhiartion to leaving the
(ity. Good rferonr e can be given. Aqply at
No. 7af Thalia street. my23 St
W AN'TEI)--BY A RESPEC(TABI,E YO()UNO
girl a situat ion to don houIsewiork or nurse.
IGood referance ''an ihe given. Addrtes P. I'. P..
tills f i'tlr . ry.2:? it
HELP WANTED--FMALIE.
Ckamberlnald. Cooks. Nurses, etc.
1ITANTED)--A (1lIlI, AllOUT FOURTEEN
or sixteen years of a.e, to nurse and do
housework forr a small family. Apply at No. 2a
Josephine street. mm :1
HELP WANTED -MALES.
Clerks and Malemmen.
W ANTED-- A HMART.ACTIVE AND.I REIA
ble young man, one that understtnis the
retail grocery hllsineas thnronghly, as no other
will suit. One from 22 to a2 years old. Address
A.. Dlmonora offine. e.mvvr :a
.I.CELLANBOUS.
WITANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH, SIX
tV family residences in Third. Second or
First Dlstri'ts of this city. in a good ndgihbor
hoord, and In the central part of said distriots.
Cottage or two-story houses, with lots so by iro
or Vrs. at the present low prices, anti must be In
good repairs. Applications must Ie made to
me in writing; give in fill particulars of lot.
locality, number of rooms gas. waterworks,
elevation of ground and ceiling, size of rooms,
etc. FLAVIUS IilEtIJUE.
my2R Im 7r', Exchange Allay.
IAN'PED-BY A WIDOW LAIDY. WIIO i.
Vdes rous of takintg charge of a housedur
ing the summer. Best of references given. Al
drems M. D., this ofl. . my2. 3t
W ANTED-TO IlENT-A HOUSE WITHI
five rooms, in the Fourth Dist rlt. Rent
must not be over sti per rmontl. Addr.rs (; W.
II.. l)moorat oftlce. n - mr24 If
WIANTED-ItARTIES HAVING FURNI
ture and household g,,oods to dispose o(,I
can flnd a 'cash purchaser Iby ad(ressing I'.,
l,,mocrat onffie. mytn 2w
TANTED -- EVEIY D)ECIRIPTION OF1
sowing at modlrate price~., at. the brrwn
cottage, on lhilip street, between Rtampart and
Dryndns. Inmy2:t It
WTANTEID-IY A WElL QUAIIFIEDPE lEI
son. a respOetaile widow. a sitlltion to
travel with a family going abrordi. B.tI (of city
references. Address L. N. 1'.. this off(ie.
m y2: 3:t
W ANr'ED--BY A YOUNG MAN. A Fli t
W nlshed room. with board. In a prlvat,
family up town. at reasonable price. Adrerss.
with terms, C. V., Damocrat offcr. my2: :it*
W ANTED-TENANTS FOR A FURNISHED
house convenient to two lines of cats anl
in a good locality for the summer. lnnt to a
prompt tenant. $15. Address M. H.. this oflie.
y21 .1t FOE PIANO TUNING--BEST WORK I
$1.50 ao Magazlne. D. LEECH, Soiree
Planist jve ly
F 'T)OC iKTON lI()T Ii:I,
CAPE MAY, N. J.
CHARLES DPUFFY,
()f Continental Hotel, Philadelphia.,
Proprietor and General Manager.
Reason 1578-Opens June Ir.
I EDUCED RATES TO PAITIES REMAIN
I Ing one Week or Longer.
NoTE,-Wetake great pleasure in Informing
our patrons that a new Passenger Errvat.rr an '
Electric Bells (in every room) have been addedir
to the Hotel. my25 2111
TIII NEt.VELL IIOUI4E,'
COVINGTON. LA..
IS NOW READY FOR THE ACCOMMODA
tion of loiarlders, is pleasantly sitViuated on
the banks of the river, with Iron and Crystal
Springs. has bath-room attached. and affl)rdrs
excellent opport unities for fishing annd bathing.
Terms-- Thirty Dollars per Month; Childlr,,n
and servants half ptrile. my') m ty Hu
WAOmdONSI CANE CARTS! 8POKES!I
H. N. SORIA,
18 and 20 Union and 15 and 11 Perdldo
streets,
Bole Agent for the elebrated "RTUDEBA
KEB" WAGONB. CART8 and SPRIING WORK
of all kinda and sizes.
Dealer in Phliladelphla and Western Oane
Wagons. Carts and Drarys; Tlmbrr Wheels;
Wheoolbarrows of all dtescrlitions; Srokrs. Frl
Sloo. Huh, BbafIs etc.; Wh elwright material.
Orders promptly flled. All work warranted.
jasfdlirt
1 BODLEY BROTHERS,
12' and 12S..Common street .127 and 129
Between St. Charles and City Hotels.
FARM AND PLANTATION WAGONS.
SCane Carts, Bigasse Carts. mall) Carts of all
slzr,. Timber Wolr-. WhrelIt arrows. Spokis.
Fellooes. Shafts, Wagon Material. Axle Grease.
etc.
This Is the oldest and largest wagon estabRlish
ment in the tiroubh. manufafaturring thrir own
work and guarantaeeing everything they sell.
foe8 ly 2do
GERMAN IVOIkSEST.
All parties who wi-h t·, enter for the Tour
nament. Pony. Mule and Trotting I iia'., wil
pIoase enter their names with
H. REDWITZ.
my_ No,. I.2 (Common street.
TO ALL 1HIOn IT MAI ('ON('ERI .
OI1- E r 0T TI. N. N(. 1, rATrCtwORR C, 'Mt N.)
No. 49 Cat p -, tret,
New OrleanUs. Mn 23. ts.
1. No snhewrt,pr will b, allowed to supp ly
wate-r to any le'rsn. or to us) it for alny r
pose not spoeitlaed in the permit
2. No adtition or altera i en to any <oen luit
piva or water er k shall he male !by u.h')-riO.r
without notlh threof he ný MiX n t. the (comn
pany and their permnls.ion otb ainel.
I. Subscribers must k'ep th hir serx '-e pi1105.
stop cocks and tap in the st reet in gool repair.
and must prevent all wast') of water.
4. No hydrant will be, termitted , n the side
walk. or in any plaes accessibhle t- persons )'her
than the subscrbiter; and neither hydrant nor
other apparatus must be allowed to run when
not in actual use.
5. Officers and employees of the company. for
purposes of inspection. shalI have, ae,.- .s ).t all
rena .nable hours to all parts of aty premises
where attachments to the works have been
made.
t:. All persons making applice tion for water
must strte fualy and truly all oDrpos fo)r
which it is reidlrel. In < a es of misr.rre-)ienta
tin the supply will ha on fit.
7. Should the water be foulnd turned on in
I any hydrant or attachment whe-e it had hbeen
sh ut off hv the company, the ferrule shall be
drawn or the tipve iut.
H. A water termit m iV sie tr )ns'rred from
one pr.mises to an 'th.r on application at the
offlc and payment of any hffte.r.ne - in rate.
9. Any parsonl having e npilaints to make can
do " o through the Puattffice or by cadllug at the
office.
EDWARn TOBY, President.
ALEX. BO1NEVAL, Becretary. my24 3t
FOR RENT.
FOR BENT ............ FOIR RENT
THE BLUJE STORE,
Corner of I)ceatur and Ursullneq streets,.
- AITRO -
THE STORE FIXTURES FOR RALE.
Possession given on the flrat of July.
Apply at NO. 69 DECATUR BTREET.
myi2 tf
)OOMS FOR RENT - TWO NEATLY FUR
-ý nlsh rd roomns - arlor and bedroom-second
story, with gallory front and rear. Large
closota in each room, and bath room conver
itnt. Location ,cnitral, in the First District,
and on the shady side of the stroet. Will he
rented with or without board to a gentleman
and wife or to two single gentlemen. No othrr
boarders or ro,mrs in the house. Address
It()()MR, Demnrornt ofi. mv2 if
FOR SALE.
F11t HALE Gtilr('EItY AND VAIIETY
S onre;, a giod 'tanlld. Inulli or ornir Miro
anld I'atln y ra st roots. riiy ! It*
A IIARIE IBAllGAIN.
.)N ACCOUNT OF DEI'AIITUJIE, I WILL
Roll my lttikery and Groeory shtro at a bhrr
Rain. Thn stand is trn of the most rlnillraloe
bullinnHa locations in town. For torms and fur
ther parlticulars, call onl. or addre.ss
PIERRE LAIIITTE.
myry Im Morganl (clily. La.
COPARTNERSHIPS.
rlFIE C( 'OPAR ITNElRHIIIP HERET'I'OFORE
I existing ,etwnrnr thie oll rari llrni d IuIllnd rl"
thei stylr of J. LEVI'IIH & JAMItON, ihas bena
dissolvenl lby not trassed Iforn~ Mr. F. F. rima onl
the twerint-seacond May., 1714.
MRi. J. LEVOIt hiaving turr'haeod the nntiro
intrrest of Mr. I). Jamniarn in sI l flrni will as
lisnrun all of Its Itabilitins atind will contiinue tih
rtlsinnr s. as herotrtfore, for tiis rown ari'rrintt
andi in his own namr at. the snitar st rire N'. 12r;
Olnnal st.reet. J. LEVOIS.
it. JAMIIHON.
IjEFERIIINO Tio THE ABOVE I HA\E
I 'leticilr.i in rior rtlllliir niitlg rmy ,ull r''S ,'il itl
my frielndr an the patroins of t.n late, Ion o,
J. Lewvrls A& Jamrisnl,. and respertfully ask for
himr a c')tinltance of ti tlr ptrolaug.
my2i 2w I). .IJATNi,
SPECIAL NOTICtE--TIIE ((1iPAIITNERIHl II'
º heretofroe exinting iinlnder th flrni nlmo n of
CHIIARLE (EILEIEEI, and cortnposad of (I1AH.
GEIIEEB and Mrs. E. A. LOlIlT, is thirs day
dlissolvet d by muntlual onsnt. Mrs. E. A. Lllit
having unirhtsed thl initernt of Mr. (!hasi. (G.
hor. and assumrd all lhltiltins, will conitinue
the htisliurs.
Ma'. E. A. LOiIT.
CIIAR. (lEIIlE.ii.
I EFERItlINI TO TIlE ABOVE CARD). I
wouIll ri'.et~ 'tfully call thI atlnrition of rImy
rmany frilrids and patronsi aln soilnit from
themn a 'ontilnaini'r for my atur"".cor of tihe
rnlllry flavors exteirndrl to mre
n y21 ('IAS, GEHEEIi,
NEW FEATUIIlE IN TIlE NEW OtlliEANH
and Moitll inilrrad i tl'i'k t etgooi ton April
wo, 1i>. foir salet at virv low Ilrores to points nrn
tdi gul lf r,' tst. (!tlil rt
J. WV. C(III,E1AN, Ti'knt Agont.
tyt?? it (' trnier (lrlir i tunl1 (l itiiom oniI.
MONEY TO LOAN
--nN-
DIAMONDTR. JEWELRY. WATCHER. RTILVER
WARE, I'[ANO., LOOKIN('l-GLAHMES
AND FURNITURE OF ALL
DESCILIPTIONH,
And all other aerrnr.al tproprtiv. Otin..!Piattilr
etc. Also on St-rokt, IBlonds antid oth r rbilllt
oraIs,. In largo and smnall slnlms, irt cas low ratmnE
of Internet as any nchrrtrird in stItltiron in this
city. I'LEDGEB KEPT ONE YEAR.
Hart's Loan Oflice,
44............... Baronne Street ...........48
(OvprosAlt the N. 0. Ols (n. i
MAURICE J. HART. Agent.
N. B.-Partion not tIlnng al to "all In plarann
I will renelvn iprompt attention by commuunica
ting with thie abotve.
ALL BUSINESS STRIOTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
The businesa at No. 48 At. Charnta street,
known as "Hart's Broker's Office." will ben on
tlnned as heretofore. ja20 lradp
MISSISSISIPII, MEXICAN GUL,F
-AND-
SHIP ISLAND CANAL
LUIIMBER AND SHELL DEPOT.
For rsale heanrt and in unntities to suit:
II" M BER, SHIlE ,LS,
WOOD, ll(,i,C-.
Plrnlal raten for limhor sawnd to ordror.
Otmfr n; No. i9 Unlln strnt.., near St. Charles'
n, i ',Ii t f
('OOLING SUMMER BI EVERAG(ES.
KELLEY'S ISLAND WINE COlIPANY'S
XV IN t'.
SiIIIOPSIIItE & C0.,
18 ......ilnnth Peterr ltreet ... 18
Arr. thi Role agent t of thr above Wilnos, In
rhinnllg (trchamrni.,inL". I'Irt, St rlllry. 'wrn'l t ,ridtii
Dry Catiawba. I lart, Mu,'irat. Arigkirri. lHwt'iit
I)ilrni, it"., nut". Thii.u'i wince hliavir 1hiii mu
Igrlat favorltrite iurn anInll tirilugh-out l thii iii un
try generall n i'ouiint ,f th-ir rinirlty rin
richnes. Tthly trtr ririt delightful ail r'ifreesti
ing in tlit weatllnr, . myR iml
ltR. ('IIAIII,ES LANAI'X,
Omce No. 82 Roynl 8treet.
IlntweOn Cnti nnd St. ,Loui; itrtii.
mvli nim 21Di
ATTENTION !
DAMAGED GRITS,
For Cow Feed.
F-.)l .ALE ('HEAT'.
C. HI. LA ItENCE & (0.,
my 's .t 29 Tcholpltonlulan treet.
SHIRTS! SHIRTS!
IA)IDI TO )OIDEIR.
-i<.etor N ippert,
131....... CANAL STREET.. ....131
If You Want Shirts Made CHEAP and
WELL-FITTING, Leave Your
Measure at
VICTOR NIPPERT'S.
SPECIALTY OF UNDERWEAR:
NAIN8OOK SHIIRTS.
DRAWERS.
MERINO SHIRTS.
aD1t 8m HALF IOBE, ETO.
AMUSEMENTS.
( RAND GERMAN V(OLKRFEST,
For the benefit of the
GERMAN PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM,
Sunday and Monday,
MAY 26 AND 27.
AT THrE
14'A II i, ( V1 (I ' N I ) .
The Fnstlval will he inaeuirated brya GIRAND
C( )NCEIRT, to .omnlmnl'o onl StnItV at 12 il.
The formal opening will take place at 2
o'cloek, proqial y.
The prograrmmrn onsiRst of operatic ~le"'
ftloe by a Dotlha Or"hn"tra. Orations in Eng
IIth and Germanl by M.eacr,. F,. M. IfUDSRON
and CIIAIH. F. BUCIK,. Songs by thne German
GIle Clubs. eto'
A serie of l'npotilr P'lays and Gtiimea. uinder
the leaderethip of NMr. II. MA it(J1 A lI'T. will 'o,,m
manic ar t, o'cil 'k, ,ontsiting of Stak lIie,
IRulnning Race for hoya anrd girl. IRoorster in the
Pot. Footlall Playing. Hhakiltng ioln. Aaonsrion
of Ilallootn . (GIreasy I'l, (Climblng-pole, "t".
Also. a (iGrad ''turnamnut.
GRAND MI'I,E ANt PONY RI.t'ES.
Pony I Itac, rlilo nlts. IToni for all, not rover
fourttnai handsr high, boy rilirs. P'rliz, a hanri
orma aa'Illn.
Mile Iltaom, Illan teats, last one In winl.
l'ri.e, Stil.
An yxtetniv n and wall stirtllied Ilnetaitrant,
lon'ated in tha Exhi, ittl''in il llllig. next to thu
RLa-a Stald, will bho under the ,haran of the
Iadltd s' A,1 Aaaoolatlon.whlar all the dell,-atlo
of the ceason ''an he ehad at the l'tw'st city
tprices.
Two Inr-ge Otrhnstrnm aren ergnpel. and dann"
Ilrg on the pilatforr , as wa ll t14 in Itlt main
butlrlin., will hIo kopt tip until ii o',l k int the
eve nin g.
The gwrottls' will ha brilliantly illumlinatd
and strlnt order maintailvdl.
'The ,ovral hers aren lunder ',nargo of well
known -ltiznea, mrnmbrrr of the Aassolatlon.
ON MONDAY, MAY 27.
the programme of the first dtay, axoent thln
oeninllrg "'nrr nalll es , will be relnatedt.
( 1.11nual 'I''oit t inlg its fuv'.
Dl)onhle Termns, mlin hatsle.
ihlngin TeaILs, mile h-atse. pen for all.
l'riz . $92.
Trhe frierilds of thi. littin orp,rhans ar.i the pub
li' in gatn ral arn o' rdlially invitad to attrll.
Ti',kelt . 5,'. i'tlldrtn free.
( I A8. PO)TTHOFIF,
PrIsident.
P. W. DIELMANN.
First VItn Preatldnt.
.1. E. IIENG(HT(IºRFF,
Platz ('otmmandant.
Ar,itRit P. Nol.r, .ern.try. rty'' It
iRS. E. L. SAXON
WIll deliver ia iuhlI' .aI tire at (),1'1 Fllowa'
lill ,on THILHDIAY EVE NINIG. lay .5t. leT.
1t1,1.t'ot Ptrogre.. an I (.ulltire of WomanrI
Thrir'ghtii then Ages.
li era ~mpoit at 7 ,,'lo, ,. t, m. lat'tlretohegln
ft 7`10 p. m. Ti,'ke"t, fifty rullt, ,a,-h. rin be
pre'"tr"' l at Mal"'ar4. Illnthnl's '. (rlswold's
anI ,I rrun'wald'e; also at the dilff--rent book
4ter',s. "111 viq "of ted
INSURANCE.
TWENTY-NINTH
ANNUAL STATEMENT
'ICIES('ENT M T311'TU ,1i
I oIr1t mel'# ( *illl uiS 11 .
Ni.; (oair INC. May :?'. 1t -.
't'' T'ruitote', in '-onfrramity with ntitendrt
'h rl rsbl,u mr it the fIllowing ctatl"fint Of af
fair t m y n th ther'otpt y on the tith of April.
Fir- tromeilumq rn..... 751 I.
NTtrarin.! prr ritnrt s l '.72' 15
IRiver pri'tiIms ....: I n
" - $2'H,1;
Frnd i'ri mtlitumaril" aes r'loiruar'-nn
itindt return pr ilim" ;22.'
L t'(n t-ildl at, I art llnatd, s ay:
Fir" Inese ti4,l42 27
Mnrlni, laes 1. + "i's
ltilv r lo, 'c,- . tt ; .
T'axn+,. (xprane g"a.
dliRtount in 11u
of Iparti"lpattion,
cto .... Ar/'?''t r
I""'- renlts, 'alvagI
avingsI , tt' ' ,
.1,7,'; Is 1 1.,92" 71
Gron ssiroflte . . t',.tl 1,I
The t''rompntany haV' the follotwing ;ao.tt-.
hills r"r,.,vahl" . .. $0.'k-4 1.7
,oar.ns oni bond awl mort
gagew . 4t,7x'7 Ot
1511`1 1"7
City ands - L.11 .
I r ink l n r ith ir st krs t ti tf r ,t. . m I it :
lAL - iNft...A.IIAIT.
Not 'it-v I'llt7lit.
'rr T ilu ttmrl i n , rrtsl"',+ r t , l, o r tl, t vIon tl ht
T-ni' a'irtw itatt' ni t is t itlr''t a'Iwl l olrN ET.
tranT riu from tila blttk of (th ompart ttny. I
'I TI'-.. A. AtuAM" t , F r. , l. t.
HlENotr V. Ol'tlDEN. H i,'tr lary.
twAlent V-.o tl day of Maty. 1r7 't.
Nott.ry I',t blir .
; iftr aving t'r. IrlIlt~jn of TEN PER
,,il rhn HMowlyn. JUn . o t Wh. in'tis -
titld to, r,,, , tha samer .
lnrt A.r (ltii. oL. 'C. i rtv
,Hitontrl frnthtim. - John V. Morn".
SItm-n F r'-ht-im-r. W. II. C.rnv'r.
ATTENTION
IF 1[(r WANT GO)(D. SUBSTANTIAL
--o To
A. EN4"INGER,
No. %7 MAGAZINE BTIlEET.
H',r,' will hr tournd a frll oasrortmnnt of
Tr inks Travyllng Bags anld Vali',r'c. all at low
Lprias. Also. trunks made to r,rderr and rre
Lrairr.d. atp27 m nrid rhp
JERNEI AND ALDERNEY
'MILK. MILK. MILK
Pure and fresh, from the country., to be had
Corner Carondelet and Common streets
and Branch. No. 69 Canal street,'nea.
the Custom-House, North Bide.
The only places in the city where this cele
brated milk can be procured.
Pure, rich and sweet Jersey and Alderne,
Milk and Buttermilk, at 5 cents per glass, re
celved daily on ice, via Jackson Railroad. fron
the famous Arcola Dairy Farm. Bald stock is
from the well-known Fowler's importations o
Jersey and Alderney cattle.
Also kept oa hand. Mead Boda Vichy, Mii
eral Waters, Home-made Piee ana Pastry.
e801 l7thD
INSURAlNE.O
'r'W ELF"r'II
ANNUAL STATEMENT
OF TFli
FACTORS AND TRADERS'
INSII{ANCE ('O1I'ANY,
7 .. ('arondelet itreet 37
NEw OnrtaNR, May '21, 17$.
Tho TruTtRnsi I ionformlity with the rhartnr
(f thoi Oomprlny. publish thu following state
mnut of its aflfairs for the fl.ial yaar n.ndingll
April 3o. 1117,. to wit:
Promilrmy for Ilhi your
On fire risks $.119l,71 7;:
Ilivrr riska . 21.',291 ;
Mlartnr. risks 4,7 1 1- 7 ',7; 7'. ; 07
Unt'rmrnatnd prornhlrms.
A pril :ll. 1tk7 . .' 1.r1. ill
R atiult1rnl ' Illlm .. . . .22, - I f,'7 . ,
NOt arnml irnrlums $"474017 n1
IOn fie risks 5.7 51 I I
RIivr liaks .. 127'1,4 :It;
Maria" risks . 2L.510 oni - 21.rlt' r5n
I. nt- s., . .. . .. .. . 1 ,017 :r?
RItM o anilt it y tatX s • 27,.t"r;n r
N. I. Beard of lUndr
Writersi .. . . n,,r, 7 o
Orloss gonoral niphnsO . 11,57. (r
Profit and los •. !t, ,o r ...... tl~
I.,laltlntO"n $S I4 ,,t 5
Add linttroit sat dioi'unt and sav
Ings r or 'Ai vr rl v il - I ;t tr, ;
$2119, 1 4 4. .
INDlrt firlt srrmi .nnual inttrsst
o mtll ltat l sto k..5 p r rl.nt, pal,tl .
aiind s 'oilind., 5i per utlll, IJow ull. l l. iulll on
NOt profit .. .... .. . p11?.I st
EUInrvel . :J :if a51
flaliann, to tn divided ron nr.t rno
Ii|lrnl .r . .. 77 5'97 31
Th, Comtpuny have the following assets, to
wit:
OCsh ron hand $2to.9521 3I,
A ' l' rl nts In or re of r'olll'ti,, 7,o91 o
tillsr r ie( iv brllt , on id,"-n .. 412,131 07
Bills rni va),l for tr.' n Ilnl IIs .17,19:31 15
Bank and other stoi' ..ik 2ii Mlr It;
City and Stott' Jliril . 195,t10 7:1
Unitsal Staits hoows 12,12. In
Bondsi of Masoni' Granrid l,,.ui . ..a1 lir
Bonds ifl Ofrd( Follows' Hlall Assi,'tl
tion .. . .. N rn
BiOrls of Ar ssa iltion for thl i'li 'f
of ,Jvwish Widows itani Orpthars 7,500 r.1
Brald t l . o. $I , tl I'l
't'hu foir.i'nirrli I r a bn i l ar i 'orriint trtlsrl orihpt
fr'.rnm ti li, iiks of th orpi n ny.
EI'l. A. PALFPREY, i'r"qiIlnt.
Trn,-. F. WoaaKEl. N,' itRI..y
BTATE OF LOIRITANA. )
1'a ti-h if Orlirnsi. City of N-w O( rl rns, I
Sworn I ,ind suul iSrihnlI btsifor,', mi this
twA nty-. 'ironiIl dity of May. 1.75.
EtWAII I IVY. Notary Publi:.
At ii "', ( , nmeetinig of tthi flbor,i t, r ,u,,
hold ,n th n twenty-fira t irnsttlrit. it was roilvyns
to p Onll 0 u0 i rrni liaosr,nr i I rnti i-antnuall INTER
E NT OF FIVE PERl C(ENT to the- thirti tb of
April, IT., rmaking TEN PER CENT PER AN
NUIM n n the apital stok of the omrnpany
I.I1I,OOO.OOO, arind a (CASN1 DIVIDEND I(IF
TWENTY PER CENT to tr,,'kholrl.rs on the
amount 1.1377,.9M1,# 61 of thir nlt partli
pating preimnis for thi yar ',rlinrg the thir
tinth of April. 1971.
EDi. A. PALFRIIEY, Prsidnt.
JOHN CIf fAFFE, Vle, Prsildant.
Tos. F. WALKERIa. 8,ir'rtary.
TRUTI EJI4.
John . Notln. S, . Ei. Ebhlman.
John (Chafft, Win. C. I'lhak,
1ll-hard Milliken. Charlrs CIhaffsN
.. I. Warrn. L, C. Juriry.
8amunul Frledlandir. Wmn. Ifartwell.
A. A. Yrt,, C. J. Io'oi,
RI. M. Walmsley. A. T. Janin,
A. II. May, Joeph Bowling,.
T. Lytt. Lyon, A. M. LIlilkham.
SNarnll IH. I:,yd. HJnry Abraham.
Josep. h M'Eliro.y, Loutis Bush.
William J. Buhan. A. lIrittin.
rr 23 rn m . W. tlrntoll.
O I If'IC E
L01ISIANA EQUITABLE
An annual ,I,,.tlnn fir Diratorl of t1111 Com
jarny was h1ld1 ,n MONiIAY. A iril 5. 107$. Thr
follwihllg g'entirnmi l l _li h,1tltute thu Boar, (if
A. TH'MIMNON, W. 11. SCHMFIDT,
JAMEX I. I)AY. A. BALDWIN
II. ,. PAYNE. F'AM'I M TODl).
IIENRY Ali'itIAM, B T. WALSHE.
(.;AM. Cii ,i E. ALEX. MAlEKS.
E. If. FXIlCHIIi,. .1. W. HTONE.
8 1. NEWVIAN. .fHN I ADAMII.
JOHN 8. (I(VER.. E. B. ,IIGrG.
F. A. TYfEI. W I[ENpE.IPJON.
JOFIN fIENDEIRNON, .JOHlN II. PIKE.
T". C. FffERNI(ON, A. PA.TTO'ON,
tIENRY J. VI'NE, J. i:. LEVENT.
At t(h annIal maafing of tho Iiaril of Dir"
t or hld TUENDA , May ';, tha following oflfi
,.r" wr,9 -luotiod for tho '-nllIng yolsr:
s4MrEL '4ANNIN( TODDI. I'rsidlint.
i lJOHN If. PIKE Vi'i Pr., iidu.rt.
AN DilW I'ATTIl. N,..nl Viiir Pruislrdlnt.
WI'W LIAAI HENDEitiON, Nirtary.
WILLIAM HENDERSON, S,,rtary.
m yla io rim
MILLINERY, ETC.
PARIS FASHIONS.
Mme. JULIE LaB. FISHER,
irmal ad F1:1 r Ma1y!
165 ..........CANAL STREET ...6......165
Begs to Inform har lady friends and the Buhllt
generally that she has on hand one of the most
beautiful and complete selections of Parislan
styles and fashions In
BONNETS, HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERSM
SHAWLS, Etc.
In her DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT she
has employed the best Parisian Artiste, and she
will be pleased if the ladies will call at her
Parlors.
16s CANAL STREET.
Mme. Julie LaB. Fisher.
Oe19 17
MME. A. EMERY,
PARI.4IAN MILLINEIt,
14.. ... .. Chartres Street...........14
GRAND OPENING
OF SPRING FASHIONS,
mh29 2m
SUMMER RESkRTS.
GRAND ISLE HITEL.
JOHN F. KRRANZ .... p ,rietor
CFIR KILANZ ......Clrk
JOHN 11. KRANZ. . ... Suporinte dent
SI'TATED QN TILE GIULF OF MEXICO.
TIHE MOST DELi(IHTPIIL SURF fIATHINCA
IN THlE MOUTH.
NOTED FOR IT. IfRALTU-Rl3STORIN
QI AlITY.
rIHIE HOTEL iHAS BEEN ENTIRELY RENO
Svatid, a Ihtrgo nimlnr of n.w ottagnes added
to the formrr hotel hblluilingsK., an'd ntirely r
furrnirjhol in alogant stvln. A nfw railroad and
oarsi haver boon built. 'onnntling thn hotel with
tihn atamtoat wharf aind th," tumt. and addi
tion,,l bath-hoIots built. The roads|l have hbon
t.horoughlyv rnvIalrod. Good facilities for fish
Srig, bath iog and gam,.
For further tparti.ullars appl)v to f-. STROBEL.
No, 49 South Plters strot, inar Poydras.
mtny7 arr
MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR SPRINOS,
Montgomery ('oenty, Virginia.
rlFll'-TI POPUIAR1 SUMMER RETORT WILT.
i .ropen.dl on SATlI'I, I)AY. iunoe t, 107, for
the nlason, Ilnd'r the now managementt of
(COLIOUN, RIVEIRS & CO.
Tha hotel has hbon entirily rinovatrd and re
furrniaqhdl throughout. Th raisiilne is oitpetal
Iv exceillent, blrig In the hrndls of a first-clas.
,'.atrnr and assistar1ts, and to our formIIr pa
trona and the puilli In general wn will say that
no "eprna will ha urar"l to mainttain the past
ritritation of this (ill and tpopular summer re
sEort. 'TRli terrlm are as follows, vi:
Board per day .. .. S 'S
Board per wo k . ... . r15 (
Board par month .. . . to
'rhn Mobile Railroad will las.n xc+nurslon
tlckts. ,good frolnm unI I iuntil Nvomrnhlorl. 1979.
For fulrther Inforrrmation. as to terms, ete..
plnase apply or ladd rrns
ItIVERIt & LONGLHY.
myls Im St. Charls Hoitl,. New Orleans.
LAKE! LAKE!! LAKE!!!
'TII E OLD SPA N ISlH FORT HOTEL
wlr,L OPENif ON
WEDNESDAY. MAY a.
uindor the managnmont of the wall known on
t.rer, PHILTI BILLMAN. Visitors will be
:arvrd with the btost the market affords by 1o
lito and attentivo walters. Theo bar will he sup
plinld with the ichoicenlt Wines and Lliuors.
from the well known "taorar." Cars leave
from the corner of Canal and Basin stroots,
my7 Im
MONTIROS A N I SIA lY GROVE,
BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI,
Now Open For the Reception of Guests.
rI'IIE UNDERTIICINED TAKER PLEASURE
A In annourling to his friends and the
travalling ublinc gnorartlly, that, he Is able this
ecasoin to offer lncrras'rld comfort and addi
tional a mrrotrnlndatitrons to his- many patrons.
Having leasld thn HIIADY I()OVE iHOTEL for
t "teri of yours. will knap arone in urnnent.ion
with thei MONTit'II-O HIIlTUSE. Bot.h hotels
h .avet b"n thoroughly rrnovatdl and refltted,
situi atad dlrioty on the lsra,:h, affordlag a fine
view ,of th (Inlli of Troa lc. and ofiforing boat
ing. b.athing ttl flat inmg of the filnoat, tom.rio -
tion. No oxponan, will hi 'Dured to make the
Montros and Hhlady y ;rovei Hotelo first-class in
every rosetap-. Terriis rtiasunathle. 8pecmal
lthtt.s to Farnili' s rnld P'irmrnanent Onests.
Miala to Ex,'turaioit.- II, with privilege of
tbath Ihlrl..us frn ofI 'lharg.., Address
mr yr 4m 1'. .J. MONT'IR(E I, Proprietor.
POINT CLEAR.
r .HE CITIZEN OF NEW ORILEANR AND
I vi,'i rago will bn glad to learn that the superb
now IHotel at I'OINT CLEAR will be opened
May 15.
POINT CLEAtAI
combines more advantages both for the seekers
after health and plnasure. than any other water
Inig planm In thei South. Siltuated in Moblle Bay
within a stone's throw of the Gulf of Mexico. it
boasts surf bathing, purn. health-giving salt
air. the finest fish In the world, finoboating and
driving billiard saloons and ten-pin alleys.
The Hfotal is now, and has, with its surround
Inas, benn so Improved as to make it a most de
lightfurl residenre for summer. The beds and
furniturir are alao ntirely now, and the cuisine
is especially excellent. Thorn is rommunlca
tlion with Mobile twlce daily, and parties leaving
New Or lcans in the morning arrive at the Hotel
to dinner. The charges are moderate and
tspelail terms made 'or hfmilles.
For particulars raldrIss
H.O.I. BALDWIN, Proprietor,
Point Clear
Baldwin County, Ala,
or I'ATTINON A BOVARD.
72 anti 74 G' avier street.
AIFILED FItELLSON.
at, 'tim r7 Carondolet street.
BARNES' HOTEL,
MISSISSIPPI CITY.
Il.'HE UNDERRIONED HAVE LEASED FOR
Sa term o,f years this cnlrbrated Watering
PI'la,. n, tdil for its hralthfulnnss, beautiful
sconory. FINE HEA BATHING and FISHINO.
.,mi-rdlltanrt Irrim New Orleans and Mobllo, on
rthe Nw Orlanr and MobPhlie Railrowl. a ride
frim aithor ity ,of onrly twro and a half hours.
anil a.oassitlre by dlrrirt railroad and tele
g.nhirl cormmrunitntint to all parts of the
,,orrntrv. arid with aro,,mmordations uneuqaled
by A4Y HOTEL ON THIE OULF COAST.
Wir have rcmpantoly rtflttid th" hOrlse, and
Intiond to mako BAftNEH' HOTEL the mostt
,nom frrtatle anrl dleirrntlt ht.ousir in the South.
iboth ior HSUMNIMER and WINTER REHSORT.
I Iri vatlidrs will find oviry rlri.ioar:y, comfort and
srtt.rntirn. whilr tho votaris of oDlas ullrnr will he
Irurnlahrdr with both ItT84Hi and STRING
SMUSIC. TEN PINS I!IlLIAIDH, SHOOTINO
0 LLRIES. Ar:IIERY. CROQ(UET, AND
ALL OTHiEttl GAMES produclveo of health
LanIl amllilsrmnnrlt.
'Th', Btir will be furnishr d with Wines and
jlillort,. t'URlE and of the best to be our
SWe aprcal. ,y rIght of our past reputation as
Slibirratl ]Hotrl managrra, to thA Kgenerous uD
tIrt ,of olir Dwopil, for whoao hnrfitl we make,
as bl]oW, itlr ratio as low as ronslistent with
kuroing a FIILiT CLAS HIOUSE.
Guoets will be rei.lvtd at any time from date.
The House will bt, fully opened on the first of
TERMS:
Boardrr. tir day .... . . 2 50
Ititrl. ,'r w ,,k .. IS. 15 '
Botard. prr week, per month ........ 12 00
N. B. - FREE OF CIHARIGE.-Excurslonlsts
itnd orthRr partLirr will find at Barnes' Hotel
rnratgnlflont Pioirn andl Enrampmant Grounds
of fiftrtirn arre,. shailed with live oakts, with
privllogr of Bathing and Fishlng, and are
rtirdlally Invited to, partake th ro,f.
CHAS. E. M'MEDE. Agent,
JOHN E. IOWIAND.
m vl 2 Prorprors.
MEDICAL NOTICE.
DR. W. BILLE, BDecialist for all Chronic Dis
oeaJes. Private Diseases and Female Diseasse
has just returned from Europe Offl ,lgeCanae
street, between Dryadles and Rampart streets,
up stairs. Nervous Debility Weakness, either
caused by abuse or age, ALWAYS eured in a
short time. Private Diseases treated after a new
sure and quick method. Female Dimeasea treated
with greatest success.
Dr. Bllie's reputation as a skilled and enocess
ful physi.an is already years ago established
In New Orleans and vicinity an, he has cured
hundreds of cases here which other physicias
had failed to benefit, which is well known to the
publie. Dr. Bille is a graduate from one of the
best colleges in Eurove, and was for years as
sistant physician to ProfL Biaord. Paris. Con
4ultations and correslondence strictl confl
dential. Charges moderate. 1l9 Oana street.
DR. W. RTTLLE 1ta fnal streat. a t!
WOOD! WOOD!I WOODI
. ONSTANTLY RECEIVING PBR HONEY
Island lne of steamers. J. F. Frazer. Jose
phine and barges. At wholesale and retail.
Honey Island Wood and real Yards,
No. 375 Julia, near Magnolia Bridge. New Ba An.
also at cornr Carondelet Walk ardl M. rals
street, Old Basin. Main office. No. isA Conm mo
street. P. 0. address. Lo'k t-,x Ine.
Wood delivered to any tart o' the city.
Oak Wood. Der cord (best) ...... ....... .....
Ash and. . ...... 0
Oak and Ash mixed, per cord.......... . a sr
SLiberal discount made to dealers, Fuil ' H,.
uOe and satisfaction guaran'teed, s? A Lt

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