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Nt' ORLEANs, Oct. 12, 1866.
dL Cr'esoent--The entire population of New
Oreana-s-everymerchnt,banker, broker, dealer
*vary resident or citizen, is interested in the early to
Sompletiofn it our railway connection with that lif
gre|tasolapidg.ow State. Texas; and it is
sateikshing that solittle apparent interest is mani
f.ted by th6 business men of New Orleans, to he
eedite or secure the advantages of sih a con- h
o. It would seem that the very great im- i
pottanto of secaripg the entlre trade of ~exas,
t spplyingof ts entire populatiol with farm ti
log snd'plaction eapplies, machinery, dry goods re
Sand g :cbgle, hoot, and shbes, furnitre, drugs o
Salnd .ndltoites, hardware, etoe, in exchange for te
ooton;'eboe, oattle, hides, wool, wheat and flour, w
eto., whith would hbem seek the New Orleans ti'
Smarerkt sa et exclapively, would be a sutffcient di
Sio ement to-,insre the active advocacy.of the
!IWOtW rloams pross, and some eonoeer of action T
ea rrileans, ssted p9 is, where the ship. ,
pilk of th Atl(Itasses boardano of Europe, ands
th steamers 4h otrieg down the aeoumulated
proobets ofthe ltlcdlalpPS valley, meet aad ex-. o
boanog eargoesa;,ite datral entrepotof Texas,
But, to secure to herself all the, advantages of H
such a posilon, in the absepce of navigable toutes a
to th interior of Texas, a system of railroads t
mast hecosatrootdtas. d operated; and what could
pocbly be better than the plan of construction
Sadopted h4 the Opelados RailroadConiptny, in Al
hom.aetion with sbe railway syst~lh of Texas her- s
OIsalt. Thanorthwest perceiving theimportanceof L
seorniag'the" trade Texad, hat commenced thb -
i ractin of roads frim St. Louis and Cairo.
iW should the Olelousas road, than which none'
is half soimporta tto the commercesand trade e"
.Odf-?.e. 'Orenad, o be b red. to°'drag i. slow o
leil s long, *ith if bultlO'Cid or comfort fromt
S, ewo are moat intereotedin its early eomple fi
ttiona 4ds necees.
' ThebNew OrleasaOpelousasastp d Great Western
o' oi o rp~mdat o6flil -aNew Orleans road; every
p .i tle e~ tonislet~th ads to the'., developinent
Sof-Bthw te i e Ottinus,, asdito the b'siness of :
o'V"New O~Ji&el Y..vlobe' `ands fdr, agrieidtural
eoss, mulw slogipte4br. of suchi om io
m II-·nn isri wtks; a et, would be 'eagefly .a
soght-for ~ ad cultivated. Every new settler or a
t' radds so or ds tohtise general aggregate, and
i useu 5 t i Of urc: itt Would reap the ben- I
i. otuoeet lew, Oglea iwitllTexas by roll and a
9i oldhs di lt toatvi r estimate'the istrease a
of'1i - a". iven if oerey dqllar ,expende'd in
oistruotfid. wsb lost, the indirdot,pr~iits to the
people of N4ew Orleasns would return. to them in
S reased many fold their investment. But it is
emopstrble that the enormous business of
glo r4iroad, when completed to a connection
'it h the Toxas system of roads, would, make the a
ptolk equalto anyiny the country.
- Great public works require the uhited aid of all
Who are to be.onefitted,tihetherdirectly bystock
dividends, or ladirectly by the increased vaihe of I
n eal estate and theiprofits' qf .inCreased busihess.c
SIn this masi er the nortiern and western States 1
have been ecoverewlth a net work of railroads, II
and they ipva-drown zich it consequence of the a
t resulitog increase of business. Cannot weimitate n
theii atndeomlete our one great road to Texas? o
A road nthl~h, when oponpleted, will develop and b
radd mmensely to the populatlon'and products of ti
Sweett ad agthwestern Lonisana and of Texas;
IIBich will ulatd tely be extended in all directions
uorthwst, West, nd southwest, as well as into o
A~ sona, Mezico, and to the Pacific. sl
* ie have assisted to build railroads hundreds of
scilies off,,rhlh, when finigh ed, will rather divert
tjrade from pas; but whwS ha been the privatea ub
ir cltion to the-sltoo of that toad, which is des- tI
n ,d to bring the accumulated productse of an a
a.seira; in cttent oi territory, to our own doors? di
esse, than $S76,000-while $2,600,000 of the
Stk isetillnsLunabsrlbed for 11
Examination and calculation will show, beyond
alldqultoauestion, that when this railroad is a
qompleted to New Iberoi-forty-five miles-and el
cohneoted by the Nei Orleans and Texas Rail- 0
toad with Houston and the tatlroad systej of
T.W. that Own ssrpnus earnings will amore
t ulseeafryexitoslon to thecalley of Bed River, and
to its ownd terminus onthe Sabine. No railroad I
oa, be epetithd to pay dividends until it is i-n
tshed to its terminsi; but when the Opelousas
road is completed, there will be no better stook t
in the country, while every mile of road built in I
westerp Looisians or Texas will add, year by
at, to. busneises and to the trade of New Or
leas. It can, have no rival, and must become,
nsoner' or later, the grand trunk end of all the I
e Ofallrqadsbuilt west of us, . n.
lid WxSTh4 . Phrp Bone.-Al tire large wholesale
ii: hoese of Messrs. Ethell & Tiomas, No. 105 Poy
dra destreet, may be found, in almost inexhaustible
. qba'htitios, every escrJption of what is known
r nder the general name of "Westernoproduce."
aFMess pork by hundreds of barrels, bacon in casks,
a lard in tietes, butter in firkins and tubs, flour by
me thlosdand of baorels, and of various brands and
he qalities, corn meal, tobacco, rope,, twine and
ato n.sy other articles-these conistitute the large I
stock and varied assortment of Messrs. Ethell &
ThoImas. It is a house where the retail dealer,
on whetheqirtthe city or country, may be sure of al
wa fddlag'what is needed, and that of the very
ree bhet s lity.' In addition to their other business,
i theya.lnd also to the buying and selling of mer
chandise and prodsoe of every description on com
mission. We refer our readers, both in the coon
tryandeity, to the various advertisements of the
l;opi, with an assured confidence that It is one
i will sustain the high commercial reputation
,ttkas gaied.
. WUO'ifAnniLNuxaxNNT ON TanNPONTOHARTrAIN
Aan Frot and after to-day, October 13th,
tllý; aohedule-on the Pontchartrain railroad
si.: )atod efe6t.; W mplilish elsewhere the notice
s Mr. ~e Wefthya i e #eneral superintendent, show
the t id. re, hours. at which .the train will
are esia eldof the road-the city and the lake.
Leo.h, #op 't Co.-T, h card of this old,
arael-knori'iandresponpible frm appears in this
morninspaper. Long identified, as cotton fthe
igre, with. the oeamerdia interests of New Or.
arns, it is only neceseary to say that they are as
wali prdpared as ever to attend to anl protect the
interests'of t.elrriqedo and customers.
The trade i'4eoseaei of coneiderable Importance
-in France. Losen ees are edltivated in different
parte of the odentry in open flilds, just as turqipe
or cabeges, Thus there.aro .300,000 rose trees
Thaar Orleans, pO20,000 ear M9etz, s1000,000 near
As gers,.e,00,OOOn iner Lyons, 20t,oo near Paiis,
ed ~ t0,000 on the ohtteenýpommunes of Brie
iThe surgeno repaorts show- that our armsie have
fifered geatly f.lte cdhills aed fever which is in
daced by th.enlaslee and change- of olimate to
whichthey are, exposed. They also finod Ayer's
lAge.e Onces.an direectoal remedy for this diotem
t poO,,and ace oroing .the tovernmont to adept it
S f.tithothb r ietatieea. The surgeon eneroal'hesi
Sstds be es otae It r i(pat a I a.prprletary form.
lewever greatthate otnvenience to the pooled, ie
prefers-the pkyelslane of the army. ohosld give
tliear own directions for the doses. Whatever
plefeenieninl pride may dictate, he knows as well
ae we do, that Dr. xyer'ss "Core" is an almost
pnfarrnt·ntidoiefer the agneand that the soldiere
eouli d have the lenefit of it, as well as the peo
ple.'-Wahiongton (D.,C.) Correspondent.
French's Vegetable Hfr Renewe is fast be
..g popular, and its rapidly tncresing sae is
ý4 tmy dehaned the best proof thatit meete.with
th approbation of the people who give it a-tial.
No person need have gray hatr; no person need
eb troubled with huomor and dandrnif on the head;
noperso need become bald, for there is in the
artoe n alluded to, a specifi remedy for all thebe.
To gather pearls from ocean'e vases
Divers go down in divers places;
But at youer months of streams and bays,,
No pearls do Asian swimmers raise
Like those In beanty's month that shme,
Made by the st-odont divine.
SThankslging Day.
PROCLAMATION BY TUE PRESIDFNT.
W'ASUINnrIO, Oct. 8, 1868.-Almightty God our
Heavenly Father has been pleased to vouchsafe
fto us as a people, another year of that national
t life, which is an lndispensable condition of peace,
security and progress AId that year, moreover,
has been crowned with many peculiar blessings.
The civil war that has so recently been among os,
0 hatnot anywhere reopened. Foreign intervention
I- has ceased to excite alarm or apprehension;'intr
ive pestilence has been benignly mitigated, do
meello tranquility hap improved, sentimente of
d, concllation have largely prevailed, and the affec
a tlion of loyalty and patriotism bhave been .widely
n renewned. Our leldshave yelde~lqutte abundantly,
bur mining industry hai been riehly rewarded,and
we have been allowed to extend. our railroad eys
ir tem far into the interior recesses of ithe onntry.
rr while our commerle has resumed itp wonted aO
t tivityin foreign neas. These national' blesseings
demands nattonal scknoolldgment. .
iNow, othereore, I, Andrew Jonnson, President
of the United States, do hereby recommendthat
n Thursday, the 29th day of Noveodber next, be
net aparti pdbe observed everywhere in the oev
eral States and Territories in the United States
by the people thereof,a as day of thsankgiving
d and prayer to Almighty God with due remem
d bgpce thatinHistemple dot every man elesak
s- of His honor.
I rechnmend, also, that on the same solemn
occasoln we do humbly and devotedly implore
Hf Him to grant to our national councils, and to our
ws whole people, that divineowisdom whlch alone can
n lead anynatioo into the ways of all good. Offer
indthese national thanksgivings, praise :and up
d Ifaatioust we have the divine assurance that the'
i will reign a king fore.er over them; them
In that are weak shall he gided in judgment, and
r such as are gentle shall Te learn His way; the
Lord shall give strength to His people, and the'
fbord shall give to His people the blessingsnof
hpeace.
o. Ih witness whereof, I have he nto set my
e hand and caused the seal of the lJ'ted States to
be afdeix. Done at the city of Washington, the
Ieighth day of October, in the year of our, Lord
w onethouand eighthundred and sixty-six, and of
m. the independence of the United States the qinety
fi rst. . ANDRKW JONSON.
By the President:
wp1. .SwAoo, Secretary of state.
mi }
W. H0 S~Aso, seeretary of State.
'oaxlmslltln's Addr en to the Mexleans.
lfeaucans-Now'for the third time, as chief ,
of sne nation, I celebrate with you, with plesoure
san, enthusiasm: or great and glorious family
festirval. In these days of patriotic remembrance
'it is alwaysa necessity on my partto address frank
and faithful words to my patriotic follow-citizens,
and to participate with them in the general re
joiting. Fifty-six ears ;bave passed'since was
lesud the firt cry of our nation's new birth. It
i a half century, during which Meaico has bmen
I strggling fo het independence and pacific con
solidation. The time seems long;, undoubtedly,
forpatriotism is justly impatient, but in-the history
of a people'just coming into life it is simply the
period of a severe approetioeship, which: every
- aton must undergo if it wishes -to be one day
'great and owerful. Without blood and without
s aflotin there are no great-human 'triumphs no
political developments, no durable progress. The
a lesson which the first period 'of our free history
e addresses to es is that of ultimate sacrifices, of
cordial, generous and frabk union, and more tha
Sall; immutable faithin our success.
S"iet all loyal patriots sopport with energy,
dach in his sphere, the great work of regeneration.
fThen my labors will not be sterile, and t will be
able to follow, donscientiously, the dificult path a
on which I have entered. Let them have confi
Sdence aod good will, sothat we may one dayreap
the fruits sodesired of peace and prosperity. I
!am still firm in the pgsition which the votes of the a
nftioh have made me occupy, notwithstanding all
the difficulties, and without failing in my duty.
For it is not in adverse moments that a true Haps
I burg abandons his post. The Mujority of the na.
tio. elected me to defend its most sacred rights
against the enemies of order, property and true
independence. The Almighty should therefore
protect us, It being a sacred truth that 'the voice
of the yeople' is the voice of 'God.' This was
shown in a miraculousmanner at the time of our
first national rising; it will be shown in the present
national rising, it will be shown in the present re
generation. The great heroes of our country
took upon our efforts. eto us follow their immor
tai example without vacillation, without distrast;
and tons will then belong the enviable task of
consolidating and crowning the work of indepen
dence which they began wsth their precious blood.
S"Mexieans I long live our independence and the
memory of its glorious martyrs! "
The Vicksburg Times of the 9th, after copying
a rumor which run the rounds of the press, to the
effect that J. Wilkes Booth was really in the land
of the living, makes the following remarks :
The above 'withmany other statements,bearing
upon their iaces eqoually strong evidence that
Johi Wilkes Booth was not killed have been go
ing the rounds of the press, and without any desire
dto add another sensation paragraph to the already
long ist on this subject, we make the following
statement:
There is a' gentleman residing within a day's
k travel of Vicksburg, (a personal friend of one of
n the editors of this paper,) who, if he has not
shaved his moustache very recently, bears a re
markable resemblance to the local photographs
of Booth, and long, long after the reported death
of the actor, this man was arrested in Louisville,
e Ky., for Booth, nd was compelled to undergo a
strict examinatio.n, and establish his identity, be
fore he was released.
The question is a very pertinent one, why were
adetectives in search of tie man who killed Mr.
Lincoln, long after that mani was reported dead?
SHORRIBLE AND MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR.--The
mangled remains of a man were found on the
track ot the Macon and Western Railroad yester
day morning, about two miles out. One arm,
y both legs, and half of thie skull were crushed elf
d by the train. The first impression was that he had
been killed by the train; but on close examina
dtion, it was found that his throat had been cut by
e a sharp knife.
b 'There was little or no blood about the railroad
track, where the body waso found, which fact in
Sduced the belief that he had been mnurdered some
1- distance offand then carried to that place. A hat
y and some other garments were found on the edge
a of the cut, and on the opposite side some clots of
blood were also seen. Tflhere were signs that the
r body had been draggedto the edge of the cot, also
some buggy tracks in the vicinity, which go to
- confirm the opinion that the murder was commit
Sted elsewhere.
The. body was so mangled and crushed by the
0 train that it was not recognizable, and up to a late
n hour yesterday evening, no clue to his identity had
been dlsocsered.-[Atlanta New Era.
a Ton RAnDICA Tsor Is MIsono.--" Are you a
Catholic?" is now the test adopted at several of
the registering places in this city. Why not put a
Ssimilar quoestion to a Poritanical Presbyterian, a
t Unitarian, afnatical preacher representing the
r. Methodist Church North, of an infdel and unbe
r liever, as many of the radicals are? If we must
have a religlous test, let it be made general, and
0. notbe applied to a church which has a greater
number of membere, asd is less disposed to meddle
i, is pilitics then any other in the Union-which is
is more disposed to genuine acts of charity and em
bodies more of genuine Christian feeling, than
pervades any other sect? But the object is to
Sintimidte and put-down the Catholics n the ex
s ercisne of a political right-a right which, if they
o fail to exercise, will only serve to embolden the
deosperdoes of the'Jacobin party to take away
from them their churches and their property, and
to 'drive thetu from the country. Ate say to the
0 Catholics, as well as all other good men, go to the
it register and demand the registration of your
names. Suffor no impertinent questions about
esur rollgious tenets to deteryou from demaoding
Sthis registration, and if tlihe register refoes to do
0, his duty, oenfors the law against hise. He isliable
to line and imprisonioent, and that will soos
bring him to his senses, if a sworn oath does not
cpntrol him. Itegister, regisater, one and all of
'e yllo, and theu let contoequc.cs take care of them
i'solves.--[St. Louis Ex.
HIpIso FhDno TO o TO iaTs 'foNSotSEE.-Sece
R ral gentlenlCeu have' Ieell iu osr' community re:
tt cenlly, hliring negroes to go to Teacssec and
e- lsewhere to pick cotton. We presume this is 411
Iright, yet musot confess that lhere is a little obscu
r iity in regard to ssme of these arrangements.
For instance, it is alleged that these freedmen are
s wanted for plantatibn work,, yet these agents, so
I called, claim to be entitled to government trans
t portoation for them. One of them showed General
s Tllson's order for transporlation fot an unlimited
Snumber, qs we understand . of freedmen, over the
Oeniralteorgia and Western and Atinntlio rail
roads.' We can't exnctiynnderttand how it is that
the government should take so much interest in
Is these private elnterprises. These agents are not
Strying to. get vagrants and thist out of employ
Smeat, but all the able-bodied hands they could
d find-including women in some cases. They have
even paid the debts of hands-voluntariiy, in
some eases, and been forced to it in others--m or
"der to get them.--[Rome (Ga.) Courier, 6th.
The New York societyfor the preventionof eru
elty to animals has called for designs for a moose
trap that will prevent, as far as possible; the snuf
feriogs that his ratshlip has to undergo when he is
so unfortunate as to get imprisoned. The society
is also going to talk about a new hind of muzzle
for dogo.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
- Cancer Claner Caucr t!! d C e Med
n a few hoors without pain ; Aethma, by an antidote that
it oteefalsl; Rheumattsm, by the Eleettc Magnetic processi
re Cousmpnlion,.by new ysteom, withoot medicine; all other
SChronic Diseases by special treatmoent, at the Magnetic Ito.n t
e, irmary, em West FifLth street. The most diatlingnihed Mag.
, netlt Doctrsse ad Clnairvoyant of thei age t ttendance. Un-on
. excsptilonableterete ien.ie Send forrblronlar to
s PROF. HARVEY, .
t l Looek.te 986t, Cintltnati, Ohio.
. -- sotaesand Cellbsacy an Usenl of
of WrYntge nd Instruction for Ytnng 0550 Also. dseasesA
nd abses which prtto the vital owe, wth sre m eans no
of relles. Sent free of chare Is sealed ltter envelopye. Ad.
odres Dr. 3. SKILLIN HOUGHTO00, Howard Asoolatlion,
d Phiadelhia.
10- - Ganlbrn' fpills Mab Chill anad Poeert-h
The testmoniatls attached to th dertisem t of thes Pills n
!r- ee-from gentlemen known throughont the whole country.
ge Ther eracity cannot e questloned, and plaoesethe merits of
the medeone ats ono berd dodbt and reoommendsit topo p-y
t o fdlo er. tSe the advtraiTement.
t ~ - i New sand Great Epeh in Medlenae.
Dr. Maggeil Ls the founder of naew Medical System!
The qoatitarians, whose .ast internal doses nafOible
the stomach and paralyse theboWels, most give precedence
g the t who r tores health ad appeptite with from one to
Sntwool his ettnrordlaay Pills, and cures the molt virulent
ak sorewithahol or eof his wonderfiland all.htaling Slve, it
n.TheeMtet goset epei to the Doto ae fatt superoedit to
al thetereotmypoednt s of thedA. Extraordinarylo res
r by aggel's Pills and Salvei e opened the eye of the pub- °T
Ile to the idetoeo. of the (o aolled) remendio aothers, and Si
upon which people hae o long bllgdly depended. rMagleinn
Ptlls m not ofthectla thnre e wallowesd by the dozen, ·rdu
of Which ery box L.fteken creates an absolute neceaty for
a0 another. One or two of Megglelse Pills onceto place the
d bowel in perfect order,tone the stomach, createan sapotits,
be dender the spirtits light and buoyatnt. Thoere is no grlping
and no oeaction In the form of constlpation If the liver i
of feted its fl utions are restored; and rf the nervons system
lteeble, t is invigorated. This lst qanlity make the Meld- o
y otneverydsrableforthewatat of dllcate females. Uloer
to e anderuptive diseass ae literallly etinguished by the dl.
le infectant power of MIggle's Salvet: In. fOat, it is here an-e t
ed noutned that Matglil's Blllyos, Dispepilo and Diarrhea Pills o
of Osr where all others fall. While for Borns, Scalds, ihll. On
ty- blains,COnte, and all abrasions of the shit, Mcgglol'e lSev is
infalllble Sold by . IMangel. It Pine strele Newa York, on nl
nllDrugliste, at 2 cents peor ho
BARNES, WARD & CO. .
Agents., Ne Orleans.
Mrs. Wlnelow's Mystie Pills., are pre
ef pared only for alegltnmate purpose. and are the only safe and
Ir ete ntie eedicine for femaoe exttnt.
ly Do not trile wthyour health, nd use cheap ad dangerous
ice ndielne ch drueglets have bought, and dillrecommtnd,
ni betin ignorant ofthelrpropeorties
, They are so certatn e for all those painfol and dangerous
to ' disorders to whtichthe femnale consltttion is subject. They,
Smoderate all excess, and remove all obsetraclons; they invi.g
I orate the debilitated and delicate, and, by reglating and
tol stresgthetnig the system, the hue oft health is restored to the
on- hees, weaknes of the spine and limhorelieved, an all the
ly Indtlortoes of nervous dsblllty removed maiden, wife am
cry mothe.shoilrold he wlthout theno.
the Try thm-one acording to dioretion, end be convinced thie
ory they ar the Ldy's Frilend.
fay Ash tor T. WINSLOW8 MYStTIC PLLS. Take none
ot other. Price $ per bo, or three boxes for . -
For e by all druggists. EGA
Wholesale Agent for the Southh,
of 20 St. Charles street, N. O.
tba -W he Queen! The QUeenl--The Queen I
OP HAIR RESTORERSI--Mrs. Winsieoe' Queon Hair Re
gy, stoer Is queen sot only n name, but int vine.
l t. Ils thse best Hair Retor ever offered to the pbllo.
e AninfalUible rstoror ad prearver of the hair if Ifiththlfy
ath ippaed.
It Is no hair dye.
lap It acts diently nopon the roots of thehair, changing gay
hair to its originni life cOlor ; arreting premature decay and I
th illngutaof theahr; eradicating scrf and dandrff, and I
all ingall humaor ofthbs e alp.
ly. It will change dry and wiry hair to so ad luxuriant d
Pa. tresses,
a. It imparts a deliglhtful fragrance to the hair.
his In short, lf yoo wish to restore your hair, as in youth, and C
re etain lt through life, use ItS. WIlNSLOW'S QUEER HAIR I
ore EBTOREB. Prie St per bottle. o
ice Sold by AiUdrlggsti.
rho J. GOEGAL, Goenerl Agentt,
tl0 St. Charles street. N. O.
aS-Barely.,Uleadl. 9ly, eoeefllly, moslan.
Ser'. Extratolf Bocknl is ecuring every cas of Kidney Dlseus
try .eumantlosm, rvel, Urinary Disorders, Weakness and Pains
r Intlak Back, Feaile. Oomplints and Troubles arising from
o- xen ofr any kind,
Come ye aliotedl Try Smolanders'-Takhe no other Buoknl
iod. oldbyailapothcroele. Price, $I1. D. Bernes 0 Co., New
the Yok and BOerne.s, Ward & C, New Orleans, Southern agent.
Burleigh Rogers, Wholesale Druggsts, Boston, Macs., gone.
ml agents.
Ing -o istete 's loney nosap-'rhieeoebs'ated
the oiet Sop, In such uoniversal demand, ois made from the
and btoleset mater ls, le mild and smollent On its natrne, frs.
srantly scnted, and extremely beneficinl Lnits ation upon the
ring re .t Porleaiisby mllidgglet and emont goiods destlers.
that
.int For sale by all dr.gglete and fancy goods dealets.
PRESSES AND COTTON GINS.
STAR COTTON PRESS-. FIRE PROOF-
i the square bounded by New Levee, Tehoupitoulas, Race
and Orange streets, htaving
Improved Tyler Press,
Will receive Cotton on Storage and for Compressin. Ship.
ments promptly attended to. F. J. HERRON,
14 Carondelet street New Orleans.
Order boxes at Great Southern and Westerl Infurance Co.,
oruerCarondolet aud Common streets. MeClikey, Mason &
Co.s, 166 irntori street; No. 1t Caronyelet street.
pENN'S COTTON PRESS,
(FORMERLY MNION OOTTON PRESBS,
On Terpcstchores treet,
Between Tchotpltoule and Peters streh,
OFFICE 55 CARONDELET STREET, NEW OBLEANb
Is now prepared to recelve Cottot on storage, and for R
preasing. PENN & SIMMONS, Prprdetoso
IOCUSMtURO O. )TON PRESS,
ounded by
LEVEE, CG.A.IOPE, GAIENNIE ad the RIVE.
iSRllRtmn .Ily enRne,
Proprietors. Nee Orleans,
Mi-Order tort at the Prlsce CuOrent Omle, No. il1 tirayly
streetor t H. onSan's omce, No. 2 Clinton street. will bae
11mm0 dae attentlon.
COTTON GINS l.............COTTON oINS
TAYLOR, BROWN
EAGLE, SOUTHERI,
EMORY A ORAVEN, McCIARTY
xceelsior Cotton OIns,
With Engines, Horse Powers and everyythng Spleb for
ainning, andready for Immedlat ebhlpmenty
owmt ra, by
JOHN B. FULLER,
y No. 8 DRY STREET. NEWYOBE
MEDICAL COLLEGES.
NEW O*LEANS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
SESSION OF 1866-T7.
D. WARREN BRICKELL, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics
tand DiyysMase Women, etc.
HOWARD ES~dl H, 0 ., Professor of Myatyria lediya.
SL L. CRAW OR, M.D., ProfLsyor of Principles sad Prac
r iRe of M.tdctne.
HENRY F. CAMPBELL, M. D. Professor of Surgery.
ALFRED C. HOLT, M. D., Professor of Clinical rledlclnt
I A. N. ETICOLAS, M.D., Professor of y Anatoey.
J. D. BRUNT M. D..'Professorof PhysiologyandPathology.
SRANK HA*TIIORN, M. D Professor of Medicat ChemL -
try, Toxicology and Legal Medielne.
JWM.i. MITCIELL, M. D., AdJounct Professor of Anatomy
and Speilnl Lecturer on Opthylmic Surgery and Diseiases
of the Eye.
SJOS. HOLTY, . D., Asssttnt to the Chair of Obstetrics.
A. W. PERRY 31. D., and FREDERICK LOEBER, M. D.,
DDemonstrators of Anattomy.
LI. R. COihN, M. D., AsyJstent t the Chair of Chorls
t o Eleventh amual Course of Lectres in this Institution
will egllln November 1y , AId i nid will enyd tIarch 16, 167.
A oi'rlmni ciurse l ll e givesn ill too rtys liitlm
comencinge lg Octtober 15th, without charge to students. The
Anatomieal Iyoimr wi be open Octbier 15th.
'SThe Ctlni cal Advtattfgs of tlua Inttintotn are nnar
aset. 'Ifho i'yrfesorsaro, ullnder the laws of the State,
hbysiann xd SPrgosrl llPofrhe h raty oi itl, and thor
opupils ccon pany tdem in their daily vinhtsd
FElES:
TiTkets of all the Profssors ............. $ 110
M,,triylatiy n ......i.................. ............
Pratic An..atony . 1..... . . ... l0
D iplom a ........................................ 0
Payment required in tyidyaney.
DT. WARIEN BRICKELL,, D. D..
Doanw lf th. Fncity.
UNIVEREITY OF LOUISIANA.
S
MIEDICAL DEPART.MENT:
A. H. CENAS, M. D., Emeritus Pryyssor ot ObCtetrles
and Diseases of Women any Children.
JAMES JONES, M. D., Profs-or of Obstetrics, ety.
WARREN STONE, M. D., Professor of Surpry.
S. A. NOTT, N. D., ProFtes'r of Mtytrla Medic.
THOMAS IiUNT, M, D., Professor of Physiology.
T. 0. RICHARDSON, M. D., Professor of Anatsomy.
J. W. MALLET, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry.
SAM'L KM. BEMISS, M.D., Professor of Mediteise.
.. CHAILLE HOLS,M.D., ytt.
The Anntal Course of Lectures I this Department will
bein Noeysmber 1y , I66, and ed March SI, 167. A Pro.
lt.srly Couyso will be given in the Charity Hospital, com
mssying Ottyber 15th without charge to Itudynt. The
Ay.tomiyyl Rooms will be open Oytober 15th.
The Oineial advan.tages of the Institution art unsurpassed.
The. Profmlsor are Phyalbiua and Surgeons of the Charity
Hospital, and the Students accompany them in their daiy
Fts-Tiylety of all the Professors, $1S0; Matrieulatiot,
6l Practical Aatomyt, $10; Diplat, $30. PaFymentt- I
qu-to advanc.y T.G.. RIOHARDSON, M. D., Dean.
New Oriaent Aurus 16, 18%6
Neap -1V V-Ve ,e ' 0e. -
ISCHOOLS--FOR BOYS.
SENTUCKY UNIVESITY, S
ASHLAND,
The home of Henry Clay, and Transylvania University with
450 acres of elegant grounds, and a large numberetr buiiding.,
the lites of the vacrios olleges.
" The lsatton delghtnl, healthful, and in the midst f the A
moat reilned and ln01lligent soetety.
EndowmaneLt, 400,00. Reel Estate, $20,000.
A oerps of more than Twenty Instructors,
NOW IN OPERATION :
I. COLLEGE OF ARTS, Nine Profe.ors, Robert Orhbam,
Le , President,
S AGRICULTURALAND MECHANICAL COLLEGE
of Kentuohy, Eleven PnfeMor, Jno. Aug. WlIJsmse, A.
I M. Presdent.tt
IlL COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE, Three Proesuon, N.
Killeg.ee PUetdeeeui.
IV. COLEGBR OP LAW,Three Profesors, M. C. John
soees L. L.D Presidet.
. COM ROCIAL DEPARTMENT, with thorouh bas- -
, uee estebesioe
S Number of Students last se ion. 50. Tuition and Pees,
o per$ nnem. OsodBoardlng,$30to$lperweekt . Sessilon
hebeinstlateto Octoer.
p p 'or Catal e d frther information_ address
J. B. BOWMAN. Regent,
- Lexhtgtons Kento. t P
T LAVENDER'S COLLEGE
N. E. CORNER RAMPART AND BIENVILLE.
Mr. LAVENDER respectfuily announces to his frlends and
rethe public that the repairs in the College not being completed,
he shall be oblged to potpone the re-opening of the Glasses
and the admission of Boarders to WEDNESDAY, the 5th of
Sd September.
's Parente are Inited to inspect the weallventilated Clas
d Rooms and Dormitories.
Foe Psr terms and Prospectus apply at College from 12 x. to
I F. x., ad from 4 to 5 P. M.
NIER STYk OF VIRGINl-
The net Sessalon will begin on the let day of October, 6,
adl edend on the29th of dne, 1867.
r A Profesor f Latin and a Second Professor of Law wll be
. appointed on thelath of Augst, when the organlsation of a
n theDepartmets of Instrmetion-Academic, Law and Medi.
le cal-ell be flly reeestablshed on the same enlarged bhots as
Il. before the war.
sI The entire expenses of the Academic Student, exclosive
n of tet books, clothing and pocket money, amount to $00 in
currency, persesion of nine mouths; of the Law Student. to
l65, and of the Medlical Student, to $395.
For catalogue, giving details, or for speeial information,
address S. MAUPIN,
od Petoe Ute Chairman of the Faculty.
Poetomce-University of Virginia.
us WAHNGTON COLLEGE,
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA
u Faculty:
Gee O . ROBERT E. LEE, President.
g. CARTER J. HARRIS, Professor bf Latin.
ed JAMES J. WHITE, Pofessor o Greeat.
the ED. S. JOYNES, A. H., Professor Modem Languages and
the m apintead--Profeesor of Moral Philosophy.)
eor A. SELSON, A. M., Prosor of sMathematicsl
WE. ALLAN, A. M., Professor Applied Mathematies.
S. S o LUn A. ., Proleesor Nstral Philaosphy.
;hAt JOHN iL. CAMPBELI A. M.Priofessor Chemistry.
JOHN W BROCIENBROUdH, Is L. D., Professor Leaw.
e HARRY ESTILL, A. M., Assistant Proleesor Mathemastlic
C. POWILL ORADY, A. M., Aslistant Proflesor Latin
(To be ppolned-a.Asistnt Perleeot ef Greek.
A Prepasory Course ha been instituted, in which Stdent
unprepared for the Re r Classes may receive instruction in
necessary branches. The o Seon bheusi 2d THURSDAY (3tlh)
oSEPTEMBE so nd ens et y R Mt fod Jo une.
Tese-Tetlon, eand ll other Coltlege fees ................10
o All other expenses, teuledlng Board. Feel,
Ights, etc. neee not exceed $ 20.
Forfurther information or for Cetslogue, addressa the PFacslt
of Wsehingon College, Lexington, Virginia.
e11y DOLDb SiOMMEBCIADL COLLEGE
S ORNR°.AMP AND COMMON STS.,
eae Sepncoue and Elegngt "Btory etldlnare."
and ITselnsteetlytine eslon undee eight able Pressors. It ill
foundedl t 18, and Is chartered by the State. Its flormer et
ant dentemsyb oohend sPranclpale or Zook-keepers in large
portion of the old houses of this city, and ocer the Seethe
S Ttees LdiI or (esntlae,,. eetteed the COMIERCIAL
eed COURSE, or Bostleepang, PeendashipgMathemctce, Beg
LIE Seu, Pnench eor Spenih. A iteinel edllcatlon that eeOblee
neeto earn $2000 or $300anneleI, I. the beet lortasepee e~ee
essgiee hethi eee Wehehce nple crrsegemenetIor 1070
steeldes, Lsdleesand Getlemen are Iceteldtsetll.
I RUFUS DOLSEAR, Pceetleet.
a°' ALBERT LYON'S CHOOL POR BOYS
tine CHATAWA. PIKE CO., MIt 3
kol Otrealetsceebe ehbteied aaleettelttee ho ROBERT P17
!ee XM, Eeq., 15 ende H Ocne steett. NIe Orleanse
SCHOOLS--YOUNG LADIES.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNwG ADIES
I of the Hebrew faitk at I17 and 175 West Thibtq.mntb
street, between teventh and Eighth avenues, New York.
To the Israelites of Louisiana:
SMrs. HENRY SlIONS havin been requested by many
of her Southern and Wfitern friends (whose children have
been educated at the Institute) to make known her School,
announces to them that she receivsa pupils from the ages of
m au esp.b ial iu.t..... Lb. D.ancing and . .ymna.tic... .
el se taught during the wintr ea ou. Th pupils attendin
the Fnhtitute will nd i. a home in every repect, and every
care will be taken with their moral and religious trainin.
Pupils can enter the Institute at any time.
For Circulars, apply as above i
SIOUNT AUllBRN
leit etdiy t efi, ft Lfu b e 0-cilitp fo, thoroug
YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE.
This School has u10t concluded itsTenth Year. ts kistory
has been one at prosperity and growth from the commence
met. The last two years the daily Opp rage attendance ue.
been more thantwo hundred, and many have been refused
admittance for want of accommodation.
A New Budldin.
Is now under contract, to be ready for occupancy t the
opening ot the Fall Session in September, and it is hoped
that hereafter x11 can he received as pupils who apply.
ro eThe Library Appdaratus and Calbinet
Are receiving yearly, valuable addition: and the purpose is
kept steadily in view, to furnish every taility for a thorough
course of instruction.
er; all experienced instructors in their several departmuent,
The acheo is oflly graded from the Preparatory depart
ment, through the entire course of AcademiNs and ChsEi.
NFor Particulars and catalogues, address
I. H. WHITE
25 West Fourth dtreet, Cln onn!ti, 0.
SST. CH .L.0E INSTITUTE-
BOARDING AND DAY SCHIOOL FORYOUNG LADIES,
104, Blourbon Street.
o e Opposite the Opera Houae.
Mm. Ma beggs to announce that her Inttte wil open
for the session o 186-7, on ' ONDAY, September . d, 16'u ,
whOe she hope, to see that prompwt return of herp pil so in.
dispensamble otheir reaping the f 1advantages o the lectures
Land IO trct.donI designed for them.
The advanages sffod d by the In0tltate for the acqulstCon
of a proficient acquaintance with both the Frenck and English
Languages are well known, and Mie. Mace has neglected
nothing that cC n secure as heretofore the most accomplished
Preceptors in the various branches of Knowledge,
Prospectuses may be procured at the Institute, 10 Bourbon
street, opposite the Opera House.
THEI BUILER FEMALE SEMET INAR?
I Occupies a Large and Commodious Manslon, with Ample and
Secluded Groannds.
Thorough Lnstretlon in ENGLISH, LATIN and MODERN
LANGUAGES, MUSIC, EMBROIDERY, DRAWING, Etc.,
together with cheerful domestic management, moral and polite
t]Lure, are offered and assrod.
STERMS--$0 per mouth; $00 n dvance; 0o ulo and Or; .
emontals extra.
Pnpils furnlsh toilette articles and bed clothing.
sddraa RT. s t . E.I C. .DOREOS, D. D.,
P,.{,winal.
PIANOS--SEWRING MA CRIIN"ES.
IMPORTEFS AND DEALERS IN P, EYEL PIANOS, "
CELEBI A'rED CYCLO ,D PIANOS,
98 (Camp Street, Neoar Poydras. New Orie:au .
Conlstntly on hMnd a select stock of Pianos of Northern and
European manuf. nrto , 'bI lu, Stoola, a overs Strigs, ate.
Pianos tuned and repaired. Second hand ?ishes boughtor
taken in e.cbange for u:w. Pianos f,r rent.
[Late Lights, Newton A Bradburya.]
Manu/t.etarer. of First Cllh· Pluno-Fortes.
Hlghest Premium at the American World'. Fair and Exhlbi.
thin of the industry of aS nations.
This well-kzowanesthblishment 1. now continued by F. C.
LiGHTE and 'h0UIS ERN ST at the old stand, 421 Broome
street, between (roeby and Elm, New York City.
A. E " B AC.o IKA "--
MUSS0 PUBLISHER, PIANO MANUFACTURER, AND
IMPORTER OF
Maoleal Merehandis. ,
6I7 BANAL STREET, (NEAR DAUPHIqEI
New Orlegan
Wholesle Dept of the Blaokmu U.righh Pima;:
R. Noon's (Late Nunn A Oluk's); 04d A Co.'s; Wm
Knabe A Co.'s, and other flrta c Plana; Pr/noa aft
Organs and Ml0deo, all of wbteh are sold to Deenl an
'Schools at fed wholesale rater
DENTISTRY.
SOUTHE .N DENTALR DEPOT--.
BENJ. F, HOPPER.
Si mt. Carles street. Corner Unloa, New
Orean.
A fal suppl of DENTAL MATERIALS of al kleds, SOn
nai. in pMt of
nrima; t ingl O. iChairs and Spittooas T'
Tth; Gld ad Tin Foil; Gold, Slver ed Pletina Plate
Fli; Vilesleors; Rubber; Latbles
Srth Cotton und Comndte Wheels;
Arkanbai8tenes,es., ea, I 1t
Order by mll promptly executed. C
Ads above Lok Box N. MT
PHOTOGRAPHY. Via
PHOTOGRAPH GOODE AND ALBUMS
I.. .LEBSINOG.
14 C5essiu 55555. Lu
WholIsleandsetaii Dealer
HOTOGORAFPHICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PHOTGBRAPHIC MATERIALS,
PHOTOGLPHIC ALBUMS IAND FBIERS,
PHOTOGRAPHS OF CELEBRITIES Ear
Would oall epeeil attention to ohl ne eand splindild tok of
Albums ld ble Albn ms, which he le lling at REDUCED
PRICES. His astAck ompreisa all lei, kindd and quaties,
Including thCPATENT HNlGE BA.KS, which, for dnhbillilt
iPoPO GRAP'H of elllith, Geueeli. Vlew ,e( She City,
and feh l bluedetiL n iiin Mtviety, pla , and colo
PHOTOGRAPHER cty and country, supplied with oeery
fiJl o ud In thSir b nei at lowest i imarke ritty
S PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
A. WOODS.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, IO
G Idle Graining and Marbling, Glazing, Whitewanhieg and I.
Will ioilrig. In
SOT C(uustomhouse Streeti
(Near Royal street,) , B
e Ni' OitRN, L. PI
S M. TODD CO. DEALERS IlN ARTISTS
C Onae Fine Colon and TooI, Gild, Bllvesr d T Cpne
OILS, VARNISHES,
GLASS,
I BRUSHES, R
NO. ON MagiEt.e s retet,
One doi aliv. PiPdSi.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC. H
FOLGEI a CO.,
(P. F. FOLOER, L. FOLDER, W. H. THOMAS.)
Dealera In Hardware. Iron. ship Chandiery,
7 and 9 Magazine Street, Opposite St. James Hotel, N. O. d
Nails and Cetlings Hoop, Sheet ed Bar Iron, SBhovel
and Spades, Sheet Coppeir and Zinkl, Plow, Axes and Hoe, P
Lead Pipe end Shee Lad India fRobber, Betin, H.ue and
d Packing, Oliulr, MlI and Crii. Cit Sewes
HARD WAGE AND SHIP CHANDLERT d
(ELLIS H. BOSTICK. FRANK W. SEYMOUR.)
hoetlek le Seysor.
Importer snd De
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLERB
STOVES, TIN WARE and TINNER'S TOOLS,
BAR and SHEET IRON, TLN and TIN PLATE,
its SHEET COPPER, ZINC, NAILS, AXES,
SCHAINS, SHOVELS, SPADES,. HOES,
LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, GAS PIPE,
N BRASS WORE and PIPE FITTINGS
RUBBER BELTING, HOPE and PACKING,
It COTTON WASTE, Etc., CORDAGE.
COTTON and FLAX DUCK, TWINES,
OILS. PAINTS. LAMPS. LANTERNS, Etc
All Blnd of teeamboet and .illroad SIpplee
M and 8 Fulton, i and 37 PFront street,
between Graher Snd PoydrS.
SW. .W H-IRTTY CO..
GENERAL COMMISSIOIN,
e Beselving and Forwarding Merehnuts, amd
S Hairdware Agents,
V. Noe. 8, H0 and 12 Peter street comesr of Crusmai., (oppo
is site tshe Custom Honseii New Orleans, Le.
e e ionlnmenis of Merheandlse, either fir sale or ihipmen
ts w ll receivse prompt and careifl attention.
IN HARDWARE ............. ..ARD WAs S.
H. . MULLAN A Co.,
Wholesale Dealerm
HEAVE AND SHELF HARDWARE AND COUTLERY
SAgenti ior
HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES.
TI Common street. New Oeleens.
COTTON MILLS;
THE LANE COTTON MILLS.
These MILLS, which were built by me in 156, as an effort
of Southern enterprize, are again under my control: and I
am prepared to supply the trade with COTTON YARNS Noe.
5's to 12's, packed in such proportions as may be ordered,
and of the quality put op by me prior to the war, which ex
1 celled any ever offered In this market.
It is known, that while these Millb e wer nmy hand, the
product of them attained a reputation for superiority of
quality and fullness of wegbit-,unequalled by any ether
Yams offered. This reputation has been prostituted by
certain unprincipled parties, who have not scruepled to use my
name and brand, to cover an loferiorarticle; and further
more, I learn tht Georgia Yarns have been offered, in thsl
market, as the product of my MSIll.
To protect myself and consumers from such imposlions,
hawe adopted a trade mark, which will, hereafter, he placed
on each bale of my Yarns, with the addition of my signature,
oneachpad label. These M1lll have no agents. Orders left
at No. 39 Union street, will be promptly executel.
L. N. LANE.
INSURANCE.
F ACTORS' AND TIRADERIS'
INSURANCE CO0 PANY.
-oF
NEW ORLEANS.
Office....30 Ca.rondelet Street.
Ofice hours from 9 A. o. to 7 p. r.
Thi- C t- . coitinue,, to 0.se Puoheie. itlRt LOSS11 or
DAMAGE BY FIRE, and the PERILS o1 the SEAS and
IIVERI at the current ratr of, premium.
The SUBSCRIPTION BOOK to the loAPITAL STOK.
ot the Company iy still open t its Icfice for bthse ho deb .re
to Ravail themselves oflhb advantages ofiASII DIVIDENDS,
which the charter of the Company coufers.
TRUSTERS :
JAMES HEWITT, of Iewitt, Norton I Co.
JOS. WI. CARROLL, of Carrell Hoy & Co.
W. A. JRHNSON of W. A. Johnson & Co.
J. W. BRRBRIDEI, of J. W. Burbridge & Co,.
J. I. NOBLE, ot Battle R Noble.
MOSES GREENWOOD of M. Greenwood & Son.
ALFRED S HUNTINOTON, of Huntington A Bro.
J. O. BROWN, oCummings Brown& Co.
.JOHN PHELPIS of Joh Phelps & Co.
MARSHALL J. SMITH, f Marshall J. Smith & Co.
I. CAULFIELD, of Kee p & Culfl.eld.
JOHN CHAFi E, of Job. Chaffs Bro.
L. u. TERRY, of Lacey, Terry & Co.
J. D. BLAIR, of J D. BROiE, Co.
T.M. LSCOTT of TR. M. Scott A Co.
WM. BALL, ofRWheelock, FinlayC Ball.
ALF. H. ISAACSON, ofl saason, Sexras Co.
P. S. WILTZ., ' PIiIIbe A Wlt.
RICHARD MILLIKEN, of Milliken & Brinler.
SAMUEL B. MOORE, of Sam. E. or...e Co.
IWM H. B ENING, of Wi. H. HenninS& Co.
oH. MoNEII oVANCL , of By.re, Vance & o.
HUGH MCCOLG.
ROBERT PITKIN.
S W. B. TULIR.
MICHAEL MUSSON, President.
HARMON DOANE, Vice President.
ED. A. PAnLREY, Secretary.
LONDON AND LANCASHIlRE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital, $5,000,000 In Gold.
RiLks taken cn all descriptionl of MERCHANDISE
IIOUSEIIOLD uIODS land BUILDINGS, at Current Rates
by th1.1 Aoieniy.
"25 PER CENT. will 0. ALLOWED on all I'REMIUIMS.
Lxss".s paoid lmedi ttely afRtr ad/astment at this Agency,
without rfc.ren to the Metther Office, and without diso-ut.
Coaird of DIPrectors at Newv Orleana
J. GI. ROBINSON, E.q., Gi. W. COlVES, Esq.,
JAMES P. FEREET, Esq., J. F. SIIRODER, Esq, ,
R. G. MUSGROVE, General Agent.
JOHN T. HEATII, Secretlalry.
41 . CA........CARONDELET STREET.....4.......3
Corner Perdido Street.
CRITIZENS' MUTUAL INMDMANIE CO.
OFFICE, No. 3 CARONDELET STREET.
Amount of Premiumsa for the year 18 ............ I0,611
Amount of Assets of the Ompey ................ 21,0016 1
The Board of Trustees have rseolved to pay six per cent. Lp.
'teest ou the outstanding eertificates of scrip, on and sier the
second Monday of February, 1866, and have, arthe1r5, d1clar
ascrip dividend of twenty-Bive per cen
J. torber, Ja,. A. White.,
A. H. D'Mu., F. Mates.
A.. Mlte.be-g, J. Ltmors,
A. BdIrlt, T. AvendIno,
J. LemoII, I. Gr4d,
Jno. IBuche, A. Verlon eDgI,
Omr saUlard.
OMEN OAILLARD, PreFniS.
HBr. OCnAxMm, eoM1tary.
INSURANCE.
OUWsINA N IMUTUAL INSU1r.NCE
COMPANY,
Corner or Camp and Oraler etreett
TWELFTH ANNUAL BTATEMENT.
In eonfmmitly with the reotiremente of their ehartoer,he
Compnny publUh the folowing statement :
Total premiums for the ymttr edlng February
6.. . . . ....... $3,M
V.-F Premi .. .......................3 6 4
Marine Premiums. ................ 16,7 71
River Premim ................... 880,1e 41
Lo Return Prlmiumo ............... $90,549
Les Unearned Prmmi .............. 61,880 00
$- 11188 08
Net Earned Premiumlt ....................... $818,61.
Fire Lowe ....................... 06,14 t
Ma rine Loses .................... 1e1,86 92
S Riveor LoeA S..................... 31.190 82
$413,90638
vlts raneSp ..................... 06,19 14
Oneral Epsnsees,. Taxes, Interet and
Profit and Lose ........................ 14,913 1
14,0416 79
Net Proots ............................ $4,401 86
The COmpo y have the following aets :
Invetod in Real E tate.. ................. ....... 157,66 36
Invested tIn Mortgage in Real Estate .............. 68,106
Inevted in City end other Bonds .................. 101,3 100
SInveted n Bank Stocks .......................... 106,18000
Inrvted in Scrip of Insuro e Compaie........ 11,48t4
oped o nPldge.. .............................. 18,430 1 0
Bills Receivable .................................. . . ,04 66 14
Premlumin eom e of Collection.................. 157,9.114
O Caehon hand.................................. i04,1410
The above statement s a Jlust, toe and oorreottntaodpt
fr.m the bookr of the Company.
0HARBLB BBRIGS0, Proeident.
J. P. RBOx, Secretary.
TATE OF LOUISIANA,
PG aloe Jo CaL8a , O- or HNa OElEAs.
wornm to and subscribed before me, this 20th day of PMarc,
S1866 EDMOND MEUNIER,
Third Justice of the Pence for the Parish of Orleans
The Board of Tusees have resolved to declare a e rip divl.
a d.of thirty-five per nt. on the net earned participating
premiums for the year ning 28th February, 1806, for which
Scertificate will he sued on and after the 2d day of July
next.
SThe Scrip Oertlcate lu red for the year 1080 wilt be r
deemed, also si per 0ent. interest on all outltandlng Certfl.
catet of Scridp wll hbe paid on the second Monday of May
1866 to the holde. thereof, or their legal representatives..
CHARLES BRIGGB, Preoidetl
A. CARRHIEB, Vice President
J P. 90RM0. Secretary.
Charees Biggs, Arohibald Montgomery
Ait. Carriers, Henry J. Vaso.
George A. Fosdlk, Joae J .acBon.
Mason Pitclher, . Marquoo ,
R. Bug4er, Alfred Dolhondo,
E. Oramer, ChErle WeishaOr,
Charles Witlto , A. Laeooort,
aJohn S. Matoell, Frank Whlltam.,
P. Andereon, Thomsa Byrnes
Alfred Keparny, John Thornhtl,
A . B. Montgomery, W.A. Vlolett,
A. OFrerihs, D. PltOgie,
A. P. Nobhlom, H1gh bMDonald,
0 George W. Dunbhar, Harlow J. Phelp,
9. F. Stockmeyer, Wo. M. Plnekard,
po George W. Hyusou, Henry H. Bryan,
9. L. Woodbridge.
SNEW INSURIANCE AGENCY-
L. C. NORVELL & CO.,
L. 0. NOBVEXLL Memphi--RICHD. POWER, Nee Orleans
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Representlng ... ......,880,000.
CORNER GRAVIER AND CARONDELET ST8.
OxPRISING TitE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWIN AD RELIABLE
art COxPANmIE:
o0. MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
exo No. 915 Wall street, New York.
he ASSE8S MAY lst, 108 ........................1~. OO,,00
or ORGANIZED APRIL, 1844.
by The Companoy hab paidto it, castomero 0 to the pre0ent
Stime0 Losses amountlg to over EIGHTEEN MILLION1 OF
DOLLARS. gor toe ast l e earsLthe Cash Dividendo paid
or. toStockholdero made from one third oe the net proolo, have
his emonted in thle t a.to to ONE HUNDRED AND
TWENTY-ONE AND A hALF PER CENP.
Instead of isuolng a ocrp dividend to dealer, based on the
orinciple that al classes of riak a0e equally profitable, this
d Compay will hereafter make such cash abatement or disco0nt
from theocurrent rates, when premium, are paid, a the generat
e xperience of unoolerwriter wdl warrnt. and. the net rofits
ot remainlnlngattheondoftheyearowll be dtvidedto the Btock
holder..
This 1Cmpany contlnuesto make Insuraonce o Marine and
Inlaed Navigation and TranoirtatiloC~ Risks, on the most
favorable terms, including Rlioks on lerchandise of all klnd
and freight.
Policies issued maklrngloss payable in Gold or Corrency, at
the O rice in Noo Co000ans, 0r in Sterling, at the o :ceof
Rathbone, Bro.. R o., in Liverool.
ELLWOOD WALTER, President.
CH:AS NEWCOMB, Vice Presldent
C. J. DEPARD,0 Secretary.
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE COMPANY
108 antd 110 lroadwaty.
NEW YORK, JANUARY 23d, 18t0
Your attention is respectlflly invited to the following state
ment of the operations of this Company during thbe paot year,
and of its preent condition.
00 With Assets exceeding ONE IMILLION SEVEN HUN.
d DRED THOUSAND DltLLARS, and twelve years xri
eonce in the cnndiuct ofra Gleneral Ionsurae Business, the Com
Sp00 nyconidentlyoiers t to the Poublic Protetion against the
o peril of OCEAN and INLAND NAVIGATION aod FIRE.
, The Board of Diretors have this day resolved to pay a div.i
decnd of SIX PER CENT. on tile outstanding certificates of
Profits to the holders thereof, or their leal0 representative, on
and after the 6th of March next also a dividend of FIVE PER
CENT., ou the Capital Stbkk ofl the Iompany. payablein Cash
ondemand; elo aodivldend o '1 WENTY-PFIVE PER CENT.
in Scrip on the net earned Partleiatlng Preminmsofthe Com
pany for the year 186. for hich Coerticateo wlt be ihoud on
aned alter the 2d day of April next.
JAMES LORIMER GRAHAM, President,
ROBERT 0. C. GRAHAM. Vtce President
JAMEB LO0ING G(BAHiAM, J., 2d VlcePree't
H. H. PoRt00, Secretary.
ELhIOT0 RO9t00t, General Agent.
WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY,
172 Broadway. cor. Malden Lane,
NEW YORK, Feb. 2. 188.
CAS CAPITAL ............................... 00,000
Assets, February 1, 186.
0.B. and State Bonds. market value .......... $ 267 00
oods a Mortggee ...................... ... 12,24 50
,0Demand L a . 181..8 72..........
Cash on handdandhin the hand ,8f Agents.......... 90,688 91
Unpaid I'remlume ...................... "... .. 5, 8'780 O!
$71,023 07
UnettledLosse .. ........... ............ 4,22 07
Capital and Surplus........ .. .................. 8000
A dividend of Six ger et. Is this day declared, payable on
demand, Jt cash, to, tockhldbr8.
Also, an itst di ideld i S8i per cent. on outstanding
Ale., a Scrip d-2,de, d of,,,y,1 2 per et. on the Earned
Phe year ending Jls[,Jhunnly, 1 ISi lhu Ser.p ofill be ready
for deliver)- on ad atter 15 illurrc, pnx.
O EO. ;., SATTERLEE, President,
HENRY WESTON, Vice President.
Wo. K. LATHROP, SecretarY.
WA. A. PSOrO, A Fsta8nt S8re28r8y.
We are now prepared to isuee n) 'E an d SPECIAL POLI
CIES 8gainst the
Perils ofr Fire; .lver land Ocean,
From New Orleans to Ports and 1'2c, in2 the United States,.
nd vice vrsa. Aide a aind Celom Now b )rleans to 'ort or
Porte in South America or Europe, upo ther
MOST FAVORABLE TEILUS ,
8nd will pay all Lo8ssesin 8New, leans. And 8rom our long
andoxtensive corespn8deince an8 d 8 cquaintauc iu this city,
e hops, bycl euo0 tention to business, to merit uad share a
Liners. Patronage.
We most respectfully invite a conference with all persona
oeedng Insurnce, bu'int -cnfident that we caa mak8 it their
dvantage to patronize tflie Agency.
We are, very rspectlully
L. . NoItVEIIL & co., '
No. 84 CARONDELET STREET,. 2OIENER 8RAVIER I0
MANY PE$SONS AFFLIT TD -
L0OS OF APPETITE, WAKEFULNESS AT NIGHT, d
An other Eeidense otf an nfeebled Stomiaeh, 4
Will find Certaio Relief by a regular use of
GREY JACKET BITTERS,
Which are for 8ale Everywhere.

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