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lgCiSU'w IrTuA1 NNSUUAJn
COMPANY OF noW OBLEAlI.
.VOURTBT11T1 ANNUAL ITATIEMETI
Ia semfarmity with Os sieqetrfri et as( O(m1r. the
Dempany pehllek the 141.twg
Prams runaed dullng the year ding llat May, 128.1 Is
elading eanerd premhtms the prerlom ye :
Or Frlo Risks ...................................4 I61.5
1 Marine Risks ..... ........................... ,7
Os R lver Rlsks ...... ........................... a.at 9!
Total Promlsmos .......................... I1,1I8 11
,aW Premits Ce od 9t1 May,
185N. .... ... ................ S~a8 00a
jLatrn Premlams.... .............. 33,01 07-4- 10.318 ? to
Net Eared Prenim 31st lay, 188....... 901,.64 15
On Fire tiss .............. 471,7I r7
On Marine lrt .... ......... 17l.u40 88 t
On RIver Rsk ................ 45.9 9
Tmg ....... ............. 0
eaonearesae. P.p.mss. Poret
and Lonm, l laterest ..... 1I7M1 06-- a,316 4M
SPruoht. ................................. I771.329 9
Ire Osmpany have tb. following wbets:
Rsl rs.te .. ...................... I,617 1 -
eotes neerad by hMer ................ u7.SFF7 3
,-Oe Secured by Pledge.................... 1671
Cask oa haud .. 1..,475 6
Premlumo in ooqre of ColleaUtIo........... '.796 9
City Bond . . ....... ................... 1,0(10 00
Bank and RKalorad .. ............ ..e... 16,10 Io
1ll. Recevle ....... .. 117.154 79
Sorips of Masuo's Itasms CoomDaniu .... 60 W 101
Btock of Val,~n Dry Dock Comnpny...... lat 00)
Levee 1eam 0o~ta t Pre ....... 4.0 10
Marta Iry Doo .................. L700
S Merhontu' Exchange .......... .100 00U
S bb asl and Wrecking o...... 1.U00 00
LOn Eqaultable ifl ls, 01 . 751 10
Sta lke a d ... ........................... 1,51) 00
Total....................... ...... .. 1.68l4414 16
Fdncllmed nterst m ai biterest pay
able in July a.. all eaotead
Igcnupsof the maay ........5101, iUM
Thirty-tve per cent p Issue of
18510, payable In 4ly............. 70.475
Usmased Premlame lt May. 188... 18.867 00-f719 0 d
The abvee tau.., ee0 i a just, true and rneoot tranecnp
1t,0 the honk.,,r tO,e )m'r, mpny.
.10i)N PEMBERTI,-. t r de4.L
PAUL FOUR'lYV, lereoary
aTATEK OP LO)UItlA"A,
var -- Of Orleans, City of New Orlean I
worn to =m .rteued be:ore me, this 9th day of June.
66. . PAUL W. COLLENS.
Third Justice of $Nb Poes
AS a melada of Lie Board t treors ,o a.d oe the 4th
day of 1Jne. IML It wU rose red to declare a Scrip Divldend
of THIRTY PKR ,.1.NT on the Net Earned Particlpsatug
Premrnum for thie yeol endlng 31(th May 18t. for which ear
.ltlcase will be leane1on ead after the lrat day of August
next. Also t. p.r ,0. nad after the second Monday n July C
extl THIRTY FIVM PE"R CENI. ON THE dRIfTP IhBl fE
OF 1959, and six per .-. aNterest em al eata.sadg .tero
of the (lomueny
.;on Peu.oert·soU P Mapero. , vid McCord,
1 Pulp, L. F Orsners. Pirore Ponta,
(:th u',lfor. J-ha Morran MID q 51 oe f
P .k "l., ' I v.R.W Awny
P.O,1'.1,o n .MlO.UT.. Le Jr.n)
pVOURtt E'Ot ANI WAoL hTABMET,
to oonf1r0dtu wao 0 616e regaremti Of thatr Ohtartr ek
Oompany 1oh.b1lL tn ..oilwlwngstawtemrat.
Sotau Premilum for the year eadma 7th eb"
,'ary, '.. ....... ..*........ 4** ,*m1 O
7.-Ftre remo .................. 67
Maro:n Prro. ":-^. ...........1..... I,1 70
.. . :: ams t s........... ..... 1O097 13
LrmAP dr. ,0 ..............0 1
o . .............. .0,149
Sra r ,o ....................... . ...15..618
re Iomms .. ................ 82.197 2
Marnn i.es .................. 18,72 79
J tRiver .ens . .............. 94 92 9
Dsaecultt sa '' oArti........u.... 54,141 65
t'x.e an Interns Knease.......... 1.761 1
R(jp 0a0. Rett. w4 . Lees Dionna
,-n·n ut .. .. .......... 4.3.10 83
1lor per r It. Iontl. n outstandlng
5r'in SO lst W 4'MOr 114............. . 97,117 !I
-48 411,1N.0 R7
.ezsrved far Uis.l.tc4d Leane ... .... 11,277 6
Toe Oompsay oare le f elewlag Aessn. whch to the o.
port of the Fines, r ',,nomitause of theCompany, •namimously
dopted by the i 'srd of Truste., are declared, after ample
alowances and ded, tleOn are mde. M be seqtlsa to a
('1a I s.pte I o0 : ;I l, 1. r1:
toIvened Is Beal Meat............ .............. .8 1 11
lavers. d in M.rt.·ae as eal gatal ..... ..... s,019
lanedetof 0n Clit other Bonds.........,.. 1..321 00
Lreued i. HRank .rd ,thr Stolk............1... .181I
:Dr.Wd Ib &np on onom Compaio.. ..... 1.5 1
La"0do0 P'edgos **. . . ...1**5***********-***. li00
pilRl iecs ble. o .........--..... .. --- 5 *
Premius in sese o.0 0e ,olu.............7.. 7,262
,es. em Sas s.. . . . ..·-************************111,513 tO
$ 737.599 th
ths a5ev5 statrm, ea galstv. ams sa sret tream p
or 00 books of t. o 3ompany.
RUIA. BAltOMe. reade,
toalst of Orleans Olay o. New Orteas. I
herobo anagd oabs obld bhfora me. this ld day M Warch
eP I67L, W. (OOsLLalNW,
Thtrd lt(i e .bte Peem,
tx pr ci a: 0.. r.- on all outetanddg Serlp will be paI:
so uesl ht*, st'eef5 on she escond Moods, of May naxl
OHA5 BIUOIB tsnideat
5sjI, i'Auorau. Vs" PrelldeLt.
'1nris' Pre 4. 0 Neessemllp
At.l (alrero. A. LIecoear
(cat. A. losdle. Inrse Wll1I15.
tL Brtnchr Thom. O yrnue
0 tu~'ia Jofalbn Thornhll.
> 0D i t iL. I W. A "v otst.
C. Aurono Ulh Ma,~ouAid.
1.1r0a Kearotr . Wm. U. Pluckrd.
A. Prsrcs. dnm S WaJlt1
Iteo. 4. DaUtesrq Irm u gP*.
P. ,oct ,. . &•Anaew MSiwM
Ho.. '4 i-o, k. . Paoh.8w,
-. t 0. ' JohK Nixont ..
.. Moros Jame. Ialier.
H. 7. OtIve.
UTUAL AgI AND B3NIVoLENT
LIFE I I UBANCE OOMPANY
!. LAI' I .1. W. *. IOUNIT.
t'h DA~il4 N, t. POToRIE.
i8 Ll'F: lEtt , W#. McJULLOO.
i. N IARb-'~, C. OAVAKO0O,
PL r i,:iIDT. W]. CKRVKI.
' n. ' 4., TitHO K. FLINLAT.
1. 0P 4 ;., ApTHONY OAMBOLA.
i)AVID M'. AOD, PATRICK LAW'N,
3]38JoD iTilt, w. 0. 1I HOLS.
J1o. A 0'IDS4., Preoienlt;
W1. . PA,, Vice Prosldst;
W ' I' Ni, SecrLtary;
W. C. NIHI.R. R D., PhbelC e.
Al.k.XAuDI]k 4 ART, Medical Rsmiter.
N. O. P11aGR Agemt.
(re II.. 0 Cro.oe atret. Dartdss'U 610.
ILLIA V*. COOKUS
go.... ..... .Camp Streek...............
RrpunnYF .Th, Ovf 1 O34,00.0(0 CASH CArrrTAL.
TRiE RITFt ird MARINE T311' wrt4efi at Currnt
Ps!a Ai L.:,,lr l/r57A418dt5i'd TOrmpt~lpld S
ome. COwner r t _ p e14 asm .LNes*.
eaisnms reetied dml the .year emaet Deem- AL
h erar 1 8 l..................................4.s s 7 hlI
heees. Trmy, 3xpenm es dg wamee e6.6 paid
d r m p............d ............. .....SI. 15 20 La
Amses. eM Oe* Dember. ................ . ao 79
Saw OmA.al, Jmpry . 18.
At a meae of the se Dinersen held on the 14th
itstant It was resolved to declare a asrip dvidemd of FORTY
PER C).3T. a-the net 4n"d prtelpmns premiums for
the year eading Doesebe 15F far which esrtSc es,
wil be Ioed on end ateJ a:o and have farther 'In
reolved to pay Six Per OL ,eoto the e mtarnagd Aa
tlflcas set we as s after the moodM Men re of Marsh. An
Lse.. J. TYUTTE PelmeLat
J. W. Bisoe, Smoerie. Lo
Oe. Urquhaat. T.B. Blanchard. Os. Lat. t 1.
A. Rocherea. Wm. Steven. M. Payre. L.
U. W. Bahbock J. A. White, . Iiltanbeger .
Anr Reichard, W. F Wil'at.ms. Tnvre
N lNmEruuW AXUWWAL STATEmIBT F
2T.E8CNT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
New Orlwiea . may IS, 1SS*.
h.e Traane, ln eobformity to the charter, submit 'he `fnl.
owint natlement of the saaine of the company m tee SlOs
lay of Apr13, 1~8:
tre Premiums for year..............S U 41.11 N
Martne Premiumstfor ear............ 00 MO
diver Pmiums M yer w.......... 177.64
--- 5531.776 f
i uu 5 easred Pemanmtm......... $ 467.1
fire ,eso pid4 sad eetlmated..... $ 0.906 61
Marne............................... 67.074 0
diver ...................................................... .7 47
Faid Taxes......... ............... 019
5Ieo relunurancemamd discoUnt to lies
ofarrIp............ ............. LOS1S 3 1
Paid ntaerest. return premiums gea
erl xpeasn tees dtoceen s.. o.... .4 IS
-- I I
e6t profie................. . p s61.6 1
I t C'ompapy have the followarng Anwr
rill Reoelr" ole ..... ................ 37.0t 50
Leoans on bonds nd Mertgge........ 0.3545
- 1068. W
Oash ea Lad....................... I104.77 36
Loone en pledge e. steeks eall.... G.4.I Oi
S-- 17.17 st
Lose on pledge efetocks o tIme.... 11.-2000
Il Estat... ........................ 1t. 00) 1
Sotips of other Companies and sert
soeount........... .. .Oa .8 48
Cosolldated Oity Node .............. 90.M till
.ty Bonds ........................... . 6.610 l1
:iok and other stocks.............. 1956.7 17
oempon for Cty Bonds put due.... 8.U0 O
)ae for Preminms tn suroes of col.
Saopended Niten. Stocks ana Bonds.. 450.06 1
Yor'elted Scrip account .............. 7.81 f
Interest anc aed tor..................$ 1.8W01 F
T1 abohovestaotement Is tre *.rid correct transcript tro,
,,e oks ot the .on ny.
nTHO. A. ADAMS. Presidest
. uel V. ODxN. Secretry.
PANISH O O.LEAati, l
4715 ef PNew Oretse f
Sworn to and subeerlbed beoe ms, thl. 2d day of May
.. PARIS CtHiILIDtl.S0S.
Second Jstice of the Peasos
Parish of Orleans
The Compsas will pay Inorept at 6 pet cst. to esas ore
titt Outota.dt o rtflc Oa of mcrip i the enral noldere
c of, on and o+ter the second Monday in Jrare next
11he u-rd of Trustees have also decl ' s 'tcrltp Dividend
THIRTYTTHKES AND ONIB-THIRD per cent. on the
rr pemumo entitled to partl cipat:on for the year end
.v Aprih 3, Itl; for which ernitlcatee will be tinned on ard
er'the IM Monday tn August next, free crovernmenttaL
THOMAS A. ADAMS, Presodet.
SAMUEL II. KENNNEDY, Vice Preide"t
Hamsr V. oao Gecr LaryAt
ITomas A. Adams, Srmuel H Kerned?, R
C. T. Buddeck Sawmuel B. Newman.
IF. H Foley, Wmi. Edward.
A. L. Oe, A. Th Ompon.
P. Inmme. Jo8hn 0elle.
A. Elmer BIader, H. . Summer..
PIE/MOND REAL ESTATE MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
nthortned Caphtal 61OO,@O.
All Las lmade Spltls Oompany are Secu cm Kre! t.
ttL first lieU. eLn, penin I frm:',.d ,toreed lai! alf vo e
: he preopety em which it eecured and t case of oonaty
rpr(Rnty, l 001 dIngl excio.,d trom eeea:Oot
-per enut. of prolt psad to Polcy rotdors.
Ilf.de Lteed nnul d i rd nsferrd at end of over
'00' to thou. wlo Inirure.
o~lic, t oued ,n aof the meeot approved plsan. A
P cld noo,-fo-fult'hb..- Ra t of Ilaorance low.
Uleminmo received In half carlh hnlt no io.
The oflarot ed illrctror nt thsl crnmn tnolunde some of
the abless and maO rdep nshle oaloticrb, In tho Sootd .
W. 42 ciW~ ,e;rTON. Pretdont.
J. J HOPKIlib cretary. A
0. H. Punnow. M. D., Meoltl Adiar.
u(-.moo Martin. 7 P. t.ipatr.ok, Win. (hedon.
AR ihaTer . W P.opa;:d D.D. Hrtoonl.
Liberar ormmllool will be paId to good agents n Txes
A rknsas s.d LosolanL.
a a. MAURY, Genem l Agen.
O 4 Ioaon itrro 'w IrTa
LIFE IISUfRANCE COMPANr.
OFPICt. 14 OANAL BTREET. NEW OORLEAKi
iia. Sonor. A. . homps. A Lexader bl r
f De ioodh., D. B. :etu, C. M. hrtlrbrdey,
teorge A. roedloet Edward Barnett. MarbIall J Somt.
;os.rr EjLuPO, Prehsdet. W. . Pon, "leePnowtdenl
g. tuslt t)tllale. li AgenLt V. P. Idorn. deretltp.
I. N.B. .oes. Dr. Sa'l ('hoppl. r. Ir B.£ LeonleO
Dr. iemi Hmlt. i I. J H Leowts Or. W. 4. Ieioolla
r. L BSex. Atterne* .
ALL KINDS O0 LIPS RI(R1 TAKE1I.-.Onary We
and Aual lsdowment; Ten Anonal 5adowment sod P
Snnuatolden mnent" Sltogie Pymefnt: Partacpelats and
ALL Pai N. ION-.PORFEIATBLE.
'IgLEMaZS' IUUIAM(CE COiPMAr
or N¥W ORLA0
Capltal Steek.............**.. .
With pglvtleg1 to arel is 5 ..
tce Sa Ump street. Ieoy elndln cornaer of Camp
S. Is MlYl.Ion, Presldent; . 3. LIeeIyo VIlcPrideot
L 7. GOzmuA. Reugetary.
h *Cesioa ca to t tod the opi of a rebatof
6.per rest., or a partlctnt,· In the i roat. prysbol ·t
lhe red of each mr tn ero
A&TLUx 0 TUA arLIE IIUCANCe
courMPAnY. or . OUt8s, MO.
LOCISANA STATl AGO'NCY. no0 CANuP AND
JOHN 3 PURIS ............. en... Agn
- . BE]MIONT. in.............................
a . srm.....................................
Dr. L. T. .I............ .......... Dr. JO . T. 0 .
dO Policy. [ne mooted bo ito teru ohail be allowed 5t
t roi by sea ssd lnd throeghoet he whole world. witho
Iat . hlodnc or permlt, sod hel Ulbert to lollow sap 5o
nor ofsecupeloe whailOever.
(1LA1LDIAN MUTUAL L
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OIP EW YTOU.
(ODrgtlised n 1~85.)
ALL POLICIEI NON-FORFEITABLE. HALF LOAl
TAKEN; NO NOTES R.ML'UIRED.
Lama Cank DIvidead FIfty (50) Per Cent
EQUAL T ) FROM ONE HUNDRED TO ONE 1S
HUNDRED AND FIFTY PEIR CENT.
- IATEMN -
It ,liie in frM ................... $ . 25, 1 .0
An.e .. ............... .. ......... 1... l1, 9 . 3
Annual locome ........ ...... .... ..... .... 800., )
Lonea FPaYid....... . .... ... ............... 8 RJ)
W. H. PIc.CKHAM ............... ....President.
It. V G A AGAIA .......................... Se.. rtary.
L. McADAI.... ....... ..... ... ....Actuary.
0. A. )F'DI('KAR ............uperintndat of Agencies.
Han. Jobh A. Dia. INw Vra.
Bon. Jame sHarper. Hoe Haper A Bros., New York. W
,.hn J. Crane, President Bank Ripubllc.
\WrI ism T I oker, Wall street.
William M. VermI'ye. Ranker. Termilre A Co.)
Ch.rles C. Rockwood, Ct*ashier Newark Ranking Co. thl
Hon. Ge(irge (pdyk'. ex May r of New York.
Minot C. Mor;a, Banker. tl
TLo:u.a Rigney, House Thbmas Ricney A Co. 11
Benjjacmn II. bhern.an. N. V. Ste.anm Scutr Refinlng Co.
Anson Arnold, Hcu* Arnold, C(,instable A Co.
liclhard II. Broine,. Weetmore & Browne, Attomney~4
E. V. Hanbhwout, Houee E. V. Hanghwout A Co.
Wiill:I Wf1keBn, llounse W. W;ikans A Co.
Jnlins Hl. Pratt, Mercrhant
p WrIiam W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
GeorgeW. Cayler. Banker, P..: yr New York.
George T Hope, Presdent I'ontinent.' Fire Inaurance Co.
John H. Sherwood, Park Pace
Walton H Pecknam, corner Fifth Aveene and 231 strlet.
SEdward H. Wright, Newark, New Jersey.
George W. Farlee. Attorney.
- W. L. Cogswell, Merchant
Gmeal Agent for Lonisiana.
i4 Uron Rtreot. New Orltrnn
[C.YILtSeakMAL Into MA&fM sUMPAR v
klECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT.
.a oonformtty with the requirerents of their oaarter the
',OMIE1tCIAL IIBSUAMIIC (OMPANT publish thefel
A nnam of Premiums for the year edaing llst March, 180
'.reirc reon . . .. ..... ........ 3 :3 ",G N
SSi'e Pretn:Iene ................. ..
S ..ar eetam .................... .. 4. 7 II
losIa S Pra.
re. eAca .................. ....... 1..S5
Marine Loesua ........... ... $473
$1 .77 s
kiaai. ... ... . ilI*Ic7 d7
tee.. ,A............ ... . (.7)U
i.rl rane. .. ... .......... .. 5
U ;. !' N:. .lncc... ........... L'1i9'
Itrtnec", Prom an Les, .c no 1
t t re .......................... ",O9.830 4 $1.) 5S
sen a ................ ...$ 5 T0s11 11
'l(nle rexelea.e................ ... i .t3
Inrdko~..·........ . ................ a. . aso
" c.IirltWl .. fine ....... . . 46ýi (
rea Voes......................U..,2 )"·'Bn-NSUI j4
Ve ab.ve etate(.eult o a :,s:. trneanud correct trara .rqp
m the hc'., of the n: pa. 7
8 S t L'l'gNIre Pne tdent
A.e. I. HIra. loeret)ry.
. . C-i nvr n and sa..orih e Voorn ie '0 ri .c oCo. Aft .
O T aIMIIii 'OlARE
MUTUALO E T INU ANCE COMPAN
OF NE VW ORL.4:ANS.
Oe. f HMn . 1 Carmp street.
S.M. PEkrKin , tii tre idnLt.
A. V. ,cTrrvu. heietnry.
'ila lo, .-yo n F..,ccner t, ips. o 1'"1i Ku on PIN.?
RlVLRau. Jl Itr."4"rl ui ii -racn rioodec ,erli uin
E. K. Croneren O't..o V.r ism, Arhloie ocVo,.
Ai. i-i t. t). t , t. , 7 Al.n
B M Hlnorll. In . T - a We, 'iiiolr erwe. w
Jan 00 -n P 0 cu in,
[OJa AND TrADEIP
L LohINIAbA slA TE
UTUL INUANCE COMPACOMPANYNY
O REW ORLIEA"A L.
OFICE: COR AROANNIA TATEIErT, YAl ENDING.
L Fald.... .. M... . ......I....... 192 1
IS TPeminm DpT Trtl ....IeTETR PiR, ORANT.
Sp ( J M ICH EnI, Mt'r.O , Predidt t.
. A. FALPa nI%, B ccre I.try.
WJ~eas reewood. Ri "hard . illiken.
. l . J-: ii. H. Her is .
John W oNob'e c J.. W ire c
*1c sLace T. emith. Samel Predla er.
I. ICanfdeld H. Fr cisea.
J.A. fr Ln. Hunta n a. Wi i . iu ree .
A . Pal .eLrrcW. '.cR.d.
J. D Bir. JcAoseph Hiy.
c obi er etkti . PPrt. i ng.n
Ot--SEINLNO - l- tHINI,
ANr P b ED TRAe EAW
S IJSURANCC COMPANY,
-... ... ..... Carolndltb t SiwLrer,,v.i C,5M3ON k.
AIL 4EW ORLA"S,. L .
SKOOND AtlUcA, L TA.TMETE. YTAt. ING
,k. AParL. 1d6O.
w Inm. lothoTee thd y iem... . 5·3eoMe, Sta, S t.
1er nes AAb Tprtu. New Orn. ts. 15
CAUK DITIDEMUS Dm&A D TO 19 OP MOLDEE
hI. Ond Ia cml¶e rIoKm4 at iht rnrte n th con..n c an r e
All lsdnde of the l'apant an p erahie te CAMMO. withb
1t. A. FPO.O.WE SecrtarO.
oo e Greucood T Ri hard MIlIei n
Doa S outh T'~lor utmnet, P'tlaibdiiicmia Pa.
Taserp*wated A .eug* 1, I eeS.
CHAL T. IOWAD ,,........................P IDNT,
sNGLs NvMass LOTrTERT.
CAPIAL PRaIZE, *S@.**. at
CLA.S A. m
TO BE DRAWN AT NEW ORLEANS. ON SATURDAY,
MARCH 27, 1rI. G
*O* TPlieket ........................ PrInM es. m.
1 price of (00 Is .................................
1 p sle of Il i . .lll id ........... . .. . .. . ........ WO, ('.1
I prise or S, 01,4 L
I ptrlse of 5.5 *n
Ipris of b Ili ...............................
I0 piceo of 51 f) are re
;4) pr atne of Pi P) are o ....e .... .................... 18
I;0 'r· a of pra) e . ................ .... 303, '
340 prai es of SILl are .......... .................. 30.0) I
dSrewl'e; the 9b.000 prWa e 6............... ... $3.360 s
TION)OFTIO IMATI PI.
9O lrc ttou pet.e. of 570e) s for the anoe o . i
Tneag omit the soe e to. of the n umber
dvcwlalgthe $26l 0prc rs . 2.700 rO
9 apprxomasie prieuee of S0) eash ter the mine M v.
milnlug unite of the same to. of the nibee I
draw the $0 . n.................. ..0
36 Ipproximatlon prties of $101 each for the nine re
mooniang rte of the am t. ind the a be nI
d wol the $101d prise ae .................... 36 s'0
I) rr n .... ............... > 1 .d,70N
Whole tckrets. $12; Halves, $6; Qouartere, $3; Eighths. 1 ea
EXr.LtNATION OF APPROXIMATION PRIZES. r(
Th rtier rtrnaining unitso the sme ton oa the ntumbor
rw iec thb first seven rill prise. w Ii be entit'ed to the l05
serxntm:ocn pricer. For exm.npl: it tikeot lo 11,26 dra ws
tile $n4) () p~zcr. those tCIk tn': nohro d II 241. 11 242 II 2.1,
I1 '44 .11 25 1247, 11 .24" II 249 o.d 11.2J, will each ha hi
t.ttt."u'u fllX) 9 IIf Lh..r' N,.'. 1 U.I . 1h." 525.) :o*rlIt.
fl 'e. tickoe cmihov. d 242 2ti. 231, 235 2 35. 2.7 2.'1. 239 anl
2 40 will e.,l be eutlltd .oi$:i. If tir'k-t No 4.I)drowe the
illl liat pr v. tt-.e ticket nuonmerel 441. 442 41 41L iL 4 H.
446 4h. 44.` nd 441 ill e.i h beentitleld to 4AJ, aud so o Vn
"o.,. ,; ; Ir: . t,, to tr~ e -t
Prirci ;pus ablin fu'l witbont dedutirn.
Orders for tIcket to be addrecood to
CIIHAS T niOA&RD, Pre-.ient, ft
LoCk lIon 6:0 P'er A''e new Ovemesm. b
Kk.AL ETAT LOTTERY. 10
O3B MILLION OF DOLLARS (
WORTH OP REAL ESTATE.
LOCATED IN THIS OITI: t
'Co be D ispoeod of by L ottery.
The drawlng of this Lottery will take place (U oon ma th
tickets are sold) under the chater of the d
LOUISIAIA STATE LOTlTEY OOMPANY It
Granted by the LegmlemOe of the State in 106 and wrht iI
embraces I s I Scheme some of the MOST VALUABLE
PROPERTY IN THIS CITY, to-wit:
THE IT. LOUIS HOTEL. now open to the publio and
oting busnes. C
Tlo. rUrIRITURE OF THE HOTEI iI
THE OLD CITIZENS' BANK.
THE DWELLING, STORES AND WABEROOMS, No.
116 118 and 13 Royal street, adjoining the Hotel.
THE DWElasuem AaD UUTILDING8 e, SI Lou o
etreet, o'o.lite the HoteL.
FIHE IT. LOUIS HrITEL FARM. BUILDINl)S AND
SQ'UARES AND PARTS OF SQUARES OF :iI ;ilY
1 Prrtse s............................TIekete 810. I
Feor a full and pardeler descriptUls ae Otroelsr, which
will be seat postpaid to any one desiring It; and all orders fo
Tickets will resetre prompt attentien by addressln
O. E. HALL.
L OCharles HBold
New OrIem. sa
A. ROHEUEAU *d CO.,
(A. ROCMEREAU--WM. T. HEPP,)
8E LE AOENTJ FOR11 TIlE SAL OF
KR A & CO 'S OhAM1'A()NE.
R INES. BRANDIES, BArKDINEt. Etr,
hos. 1 and 1s S t, LOmse Street,
NEWTON b CO&?PsKY
ANiD DEALERS IN WESTERN FRODUO.
8A Teboupiltoullms *reet.
Ar d* ME/HLE
ALEXANDER HAY. WILLIAM MEIILE;
ommlestem Meweeate for tOhe Perehiee
hale. Forwarding and shipment of Hide. Lethr.
Wool, weene. Tallow and Tauning
me. 44 Cr4; 52 t',.mmerce ht.rv. New Orlersan.
(We. H. ATAa S S. P. 1tLLt.w, DIw'L P. IdOkB.)
Gc;ENEAL COEMIu,;lON N MRBI'HANTS,
1N 37 troudelet stree.t, New oriltne.
- Ibevel edrtucr mta l u S'emetls to ontr frIend in Icoo
iun, Ltveryp·.' I(OW Yo, •ind phlledtphle.
AYMAR A CO.
T. * NoEL db CO..
Fr the sale of
stle I, Mea, S heep. M es esad HeRses.
STOOCK LANDINi(. NEW OEtL.ANSi.
(oAL OILL ......................CO L OIL.
COAL OIL in 1 gallen can., *nd I' can in a c·ase,
T,.cco~dg cnd ivr ole hy
KEAR'NY, BLOIS A '0O.
IEA EIr AluAWC LOWIslAlKA ,3.
S EW ORLEANb. FRENCH WEElIa O s1 PAOG
Dpewted s s Sethern latereeale
'Sen Ters of xltellstl
I eo;le woo ;OSl-s.e4 to e.i'tL Firch amlaao ,4 rqr,
.. coantry, oe Newi OrIlani A~met pret m·e iloa i;ts,
. "ac *-f Lj.,u iiU. the egrica tLr, .i coin erciS : t ee
h ereeiniell toemo tell .o'teyenv:c@ Lhe tlrtei.l ,n'or e
-~c e lrF ,,edeciatov pdo.ctloe's A the day, med rew .
ie SIJTBOUPTION IE PER IN NA UM
ITe heNtee of LA F.I.1NAILN)A K1 are eteid rn .
o4.a oo end th-e aderi.neo area·t Y o.pl.o4) ,"" e
.iayed wth r'edino matt.: tl ct 0.0e. tcr It isio the
Jbt in i w 's g i CRL 6.fat
LuS~ashps Aiasi, hew J4mti
FRIDAY MORNIIO, MARCH 12. MkS.
NEI AAL l NzWa IT ae. t
Wm. B. Smith, a native of Maeloa, for forty V
years in public hfe, died at Ellsworth, Me., on the m
23d nit., at the age of 63 years. No man in East. Of
ern Maine was so generally known or so univer A
sally respected. St
Augusta and Bangor, Malune, elected Republican Js
mayors. and Bid3sford a Democrat. ca
The Venezuela Congresa has intrusted execu- fo
tive powers to Gen. Jose Roperto Monegas and st
Cuillerino Villegos, provisionally, unn'l an eleo. A
tion is had for presmdent of the republic. Ai
An organization called Anti-Kkldax, abot' Sc
seventy strong, entered 8omervllle, Ala., last try
week, but disturbed no one. They boldly pro. in
claim their intention to avenge every outrage of a
the Kuklux Klan.
The leading jrurnal of Bogota opposed the Da- ct
rien Canal treaty, and it la said the Congress will dt
reject it; but te arguments against the treaty to
are very weak, and it is evident the main object at
is to get all the money possible from the United ai
The younger and more active members of Dr.
Bellows's chu clh, in New York, have subscribed th
several thousand dollars for free publio arvices P'
in Cooper Institute, with a view to the ultimate S
,ormatron of a free church.
The residence of Hon. Jonathan W. Gordon. in T
Indianapolis, was destroyed by fire on the 6th.
Mr. Gordon's library, valued at five thousand dol
lar., was also destroyed.
The city of Denver was illuminated on the 5th, a
aad there was great rejoicing over theim pange of
the Denver Pacific Railroad bill. a
Seven hundred and fifty shares of Pacific Rail
road stock were sold in St. Loun on the 6th, at ci
thirty-five per cent., a very low figure.
G(;vernor Hoffman, of New York, ha resigned it
the Grand Sachemy of Tammany, and Wm. Tweed
has been electd his successor. c4
A destructive fire ocourred at Allerhan, Mich.,
on the 5th. Chaffer's saw mill. Pike's Rooriog bi
mill, Boses's shingle mill. Jones 'rake factory, sad I
''est's sash and door tartory were entirely de
stroyed. Loss about $70 0(0, no inoesurance. di
Hon. Charles Sealer, formerly of Pittsburg. who R
for nearly filty years held a leading position at the c'
bar, and was well known as a prominent Demo- P
oratic politcian. died at the residence of his son- c
In-law, Rev. Dr. HBdges, in Newark, New Jersey, P
on the 5th. ci
Advices from St. Thomas state that the renewal f'
of the efforts to consummate tun sale of St. It
Thomas to the United hiates cause intense disgust h'
smong the inLabitanra. The governor of St. It
Thomas has forbidden exports of arms and mni- b
tiois; during the wars in Hayti, St. Domingo and
Cuba. Ex President Capral and General Luperon St
have pailed from the island. It is believed their s
destination is St. Domingo. P
The Columbhus (Ga ) Sa says a female was de.
serted by her lover. She boldly decilared she
would die. She announced this determinatlon to
an undertaker, and enoeavored to get a thirty
live dollar coffin on "tick," bat he couldn't mee it P
to that amount. The money was somehow pro
cured and paid, and '"death's dwelling" cared r
aw y. The woman vowed she 'vonld quit this c
earthly sphere ot wrt ithednies and fill that me
ceptacie wi:h her lifle;te., dy. Sympathizing a
friends found her in bed, with the coffin placed on
chairs beside it. No death reported. It is even
hinted that the deagn Lda been roiuquished. sand
the coffin sent back, and the teller couldn't ke it
The San Francisco press is generally dlsap
pointed aith Grant's cabinet, and expreese P
doubtr as to its tsli incy. 0
The North Pacific bteamship Comnany ha been
incorporated, with a cap;tal of $5 (000.000. The f
company lacs puchased all the property belong- 0
ing it, the ('aliler' is. Oreg n and Mexico Steam
stip Company, which it succeeds.
Qana tIn as Corner.
TLe Washington correspoudent of the Cincinnati
Commercial, writing on the 4th, says: f
While depseiting my ticket, yesterday. In the ii
ingentously arranged box ot the F street c.rk. I t
was actueily startied on looking i ,wn to see,
quietly seated in the corner, ' ur president elect. c
lhe car wis c mfortably fall, and yet no more b
notice wsa taken of the men who now fills our
it( rights than ,t he were a breve; brigadier gee- f
eral, a cuwa.r LI-mXtsIL ox. ttfle PTonantor o f
a otel. Lt re's genunut de rcra,'y, thoug lI to,
myself, as I settrl ,in the opposite seat and in- c
dulged in a heailts stare at the knobby. sqz aru
Lead and ICi..I .r :e bef re toe. I was having
sa irte ve:., arnd cre about as satlifactory s- I
anybodyr a i are with this man, who smokes and
sales irrni!:;g. Certaniy, Gen cral iGran, withut a
rnte diR g it. Lee m:nagcd to make himself the
center of more tt:ought, an: ety and curiosity I
than any man since the day when Weston walked t
from PIrtiaLrd to Chicago. I
He is a ittle man. as far as stature goes, and his I
face is so marked-I may say eo tixed-ino its ex
pression tLat to w:dely-spread phit)graphs and
engravings nsii.e it familiar to every one. I
looked at his straight cut, tirm set mouth, made i
Sup of bloodless lips, with no spare adipose, and t
his sma:l oull eyes, that made one thick of a
smouldelirg fire. and thought I read the attributes i
that had marked his private life sand made his º
pubic career famous. They were those of a man I
heo could en.ure poverty with dogged firmness,
even it it drove him to "e!ling cord woad by the
wagon lord,or picklirg hides with his own hands t
r in a cellar, and could enable him to ride unmoved
through a Wilderness that writhed with m rngled I
l:nmar.ity. In an 'atmosphere poisoned by the un
I tave heard lions roar in my tine, as it has
been my good fortonne to be near er,ogh to some I
of the greatest intellects of the day to study their
outer seCn lrt, and mtike out for myself the sort
ol trsne wkit nature and thought fashlon t r the
n aesternmind. I tour d m: self driven to the eon
oision that I had a man before me that could do
great things wIl;ount bting great himself, and
work to a swift co:nlusion the events he made a
Iart of. S.anton saw the tunrlng point in the
tortnnes of the Conftder-cy. and crowded on men
r nntil it fell through exhaustion. Grant's Indomi
table will and cold courage crowded them to th'
ciarnon's mouth, anid rode hirir into popular tevor
in the vic'tory,. but btanton was ellt and recog
ri;zd at all times. an' under sll eirc'a tanoes.
Without Statou and wittluut war, (;rant woulnid be
tie unknown Ian: er iit ltlnols.
Whle I was thbc specnlatri g, a gentlemss
young and erthusieatic, saw Ger Grant through
his goldmrinied spectacles, a.rd inlmediately
n move onu ha wo-ks." H. seated himself hy the
- president elect, and opened an earnest convesa
tron. That is. my yoontbil frend, a oivine, I
6hould say, did tre talking, and Grant tried to
listen. He war. a calm as a coC-;en, and cold as
sn icc!e--respond'oDg, when he did respond, io
monoSylSailes. Nothing daunted, the young
divine -onti:.ned. I saw the brow of the ge-eral
ccr-ugate, and an ugly little gleam of fire glitter
in hi. eye'. At ist he soddenly jumped up,
pulled the bell, and disappeared from the ear.
T. Weed 5a she MoneL
THE CLImATI-NiW YorEitR- IN MSOUTH CAIBOLINA
PRICS OF LAND.
fCorespndence P. Y. Oemmreial Advertisen l
ArKaN. 9. C., Feb. 19.
Four more weeks of exiusinc'e aid observa
lion serve to conirn, my previor, ly expressed
opinion of the I: -altlful .nd i .di-g influences of
this clinhate. I see orle nry N r:lero inrdili
" improving in bealth and sp5irii that I cannot doubt
that Aiken is as desrsrdle a locality for p!lmo
nary patients as can be found in Europe or
Mr. H .cks, of Pughkeepsie, purchased a plan
tation of six thiueand acres, at a very satisflatory
price yesterday. Sea I.lands, river plantations,
opland farms urt- villace property are offered
hro0iguout the r:ate ucon hhluy advantageous
tern.-. It North 'o people koew how cheap and
tiule these !ndr rcr and how desirable and
plk aeant a residir. c in this climate can be made,
L. tere would be a stampede, nrot of '" capet brag
grie merely, bat of permanent residents from
'he North. Nr need any no restrained bh an
aiprehension that they would be regarded a
The war, doubtless, has left its wo-t-ds--d0ep
and painful wound,-but they are healing, sd,
ere long. '.'*te nit tie sar- wi'l remain. Tere
is widespread destituti un, b"t the people bear their
loases with a frtlture erqual t, the courUage which
led them to hazard ait in a struggle which resaited
Jluantrously. I, the sX weetks that we have
passed in Suoth Caro'iva we have nether seen nor
Leard anytbhog that leads us to d-nbt that iat:tll
gent Northern p--:ple, wib a senos of whit is due
to others, s~ w i ase to themsnelvese, can readily
cr:ltivase agreer .Ole bmuiiCesA and social relati'rs
r wth .toe ims e1.3 I of xltizcns in Iouth Carolina
yr a Geodorga.
I will FIve you an idea of the value of plteas
. trron, etc.. etc., now for sale. A lsrm of 25 .ureu,
s' 1 rlies Ifr-mI Aikes, a i uise with four romn,
* )'%za friot a- d r,,- .i'·. ot'lrouses, etc.. ete c
wll adarted ti pea,- and crape culture. ;rnie
f1l.,04. A vi la, two rmiS frlnt Aiken, with hr-e
a rtii:e it o:x hr,'e -c tic n-s on first ft'or,
t iSoie It th'e- o ds. hr'-en, carriage -one.
t,,rni. cab r.e, itc.. ,w, r cardeni i !rint n 'iC
:I;me : t Ut:rncs cu' 'l .Li' in gKold; " .-r os
.ad r tiUe $.00). A futlO cilu'aining t't atres
135 of whisk are under cultivation. 15 acres I
grapes, 1060 peah trees, 3.300 apple trees, with
peear e , plum, fig, sad other fruit
re; e raspberries, mulberry,
walnul, MkWy mat, sad bLade tree;
snug dwelliag, Lw meas kitohes, wine house,
moke hotess blnosmit hee, en, seple,
etc.; land well esed free ad rard , as
miles from ý:ea4, -rt y 1 a, emal
cabin ad s nmber of It tree; price $1000.
A ifrm, viseyard sad orchard, oootalalng 10o
acres, two amies from Aikes, 12 acres of viae
yard. 1200 peach, 200 apple, 100 par trees; a
cottage of evea reeas, Swiss tyle, four hu.e ;.
for servants, with usual outbildings, front yard
and shaded with magnifioent oaks; price $4000.
A farm of 1700 anres, oe mile sad a half trym
Aiken, 30,000 lasbella, Paullnq, atawba ad
Scopperacng grpevrines, 600 bearing peach
trees, 1200 apple and 100 pear trees, half l 'ereet
in a water power, with mill and timber, hickory.
oak, and fat pine for fooel; price $14,000.
Dr. Rockwell. of Waterbury. C~nn., has phr
chased eztendve grounds, on which he will erect
during the summer a large and commodious sani
tary hotel, In which patients and the friends who
accompany them will find all the secommodations,
attention sand alleviatiosm that profeseeional skill
and kindly s mpathies can supply. Dr. Rook
weal is. by his medical attainments, his philan
thropic views, as well as by his gentleness of tem
per and manners, well fitted to preside over soch
The Iassauratien hale am Deaertbed by
Instigated by the devil, and persuaded by two
angelic faces, I went to this most beastly exhibi
ton of all that difigured the Inauguration of G(a
eral Grant. lt the marrow eorridore ad small
rooms of the treasry was packed to sfolcation a
crowd of men and women, pusbhing, struoggling.
fainting and almost fighting. Over two thtnsand
tickets had been sold, and each ticket averaged
three people. There were men in swallowtalled
coats, white chokers and tight breeches, and
women in all sarts of costumes, of which the
bare neck and arms with immense tails predomi
We elimbed four flights of stairn, to the ladies'
dresling rooms and gentlemen's cloak rooms.
We gave--unuspectiag mortals as we were-oar
coat sand hats to the reconstructed, receiving a
piece of pasteboard, with a number on It, in ex
change. A dark msupiclon crept over my pro
phetic soal that I had parted with my tile and
coat forever. Sandwchbed between two lovely
females, I began the descent. A stream of human
ity was rushing up the winding stair-a stream of
humanity was pouring down; and, by the watch,
it took me one hoar to reach the last step at the
bottom. Here we fell into a tide setting heavily
westward, a good deal agitated by a stressm of
stout policemen, cotton-gloved colored waiters,
and smse feeble-minded youoo meno, with hair
parted in the middle, that made a pretty strong
current setting to the east. For half an hour i
and my convoy whirled in ae eddy, cauoned by a
projection at a corner. Escaping from this we
fell into midstream, and made steady, bat slow
I uppose that by morning we might have
reached the end of the corridor. had we not en
countered a cros see, made up of the diploma.
tic corps and some military pumps, that carried
as into a reception room where the prekdent anad
family stood firm. Against these we were dashed
with great viulence, made more fearful by a stoot
man who blwled out, "Don't shake hand , don't
shake hands," as the president and vice pvsaldent
kept violating this order. I could not anneretand
are meaning of It, unles the man was te court
physician, and feared we,or General Graqt would
catch the itch.
This wm varied by weak females In tigh dresse
fhinfmng at intervals of five minutes. ad the
bharacter of the t ffials may be gathere from a
.onversation I heard between the hbsh d of a
Iboy ill from the heat and fatigue. and t fe
tionmty. He had carried her out. and forlusately
found a vaoent place in a hall, where there was a
little fresh air. and whilbde he held her 4p some
servants passed with chairs. Re male a4 earnest
appeal for oseof these, but the satpid fetlow re
fuas d. At lash be aeied one, and was about smet
ing his wife, when an official came at him, de
I manaing the chair. The poor man explained, but
the fellow replied that be had his orders-the
chairs were needed for another purpose. The
hou-bad bade his wife sit down, and then bald:
" Now, if you take that chair, you mutt take it
from uud;r my wite, and I hardly think that will
f e healty proceedina."
" Y'uu can gain your purpose in that wayr " ex
Sclaimed the feow. white with rage, " bat if your
Swilt is sick you bad better take her homq."
" You are an insolent hound." roared the hus
band. "and if you will glve me your address I'll
d smash your dirty mouth to-morrow, when there
t are no women to protect you."
a I was told that the scene in the supper room
y beggared description. The doors were opened
I to the enttre crowd. and in two miontee the
rooms were packed to suffocation. To' eat was
is lmpossible. But to stir up the temper and destroy
drusses was the rule.
A The long trails, of rich material, suffered at
I ev ry step. While trying to get to the supper
e room, 1 felt. for some time, under my feet, what
d seemed to be a soft carpet. I found, iu a few
minutes, that it was the trail of a lady some dis
Stance, in advance. What guys women cas make
it of themselves when they try. I saw some youth.
n ful female donkeys, with their heaed plastered
s, over with white powder and pomatum, as if their
a dear little selves had terminated in an apple
d When at lest, tired and disgusted, we sought the
d dressing rooms for our wraps, I found that we
u" were pinned to the place for two days. Fortu
nately, after invading the ladies' dressing-room.
ai very improperly. I toned their cloaks, shd then I
e aetnced urlo mine. I found a crew actually
ir fghtbtg in the ball above. At the hole in the
r door of the cloak-room an idiotic foace made
e m, uths at us, in the mst examperatItg manner.
- Long line were formed by the police. and scarcely
a formed before broken op. I happened to get
d near ay ftriend, the proftcsor.
" It is my opinion," he cried, " that we will
i hebre all night. I do not see that struggling
n ootside expedites work on the inside. I cannot
i go home without my out garments. I believe I
can osert my body in that apertore with your
r asi tlance."
" Go it. prfe*sor," said I, and the profesor
. made a dive. I seized him by the legs. Two
is m ot n-en assisted, and after a brief mtriggle, Ia
which the profeseor lost one of his coat talla aad
- broke his spectsles, we sbot him throegh. But
b alas! and salck! te prolfesor s dreadtutliy onear
ly .ighbted. mud losalu bhi glases, he lost his eyes. I
e leftt him moping about In the moat disordered
I ~-ending the stairs, I encountered Mr. Hor
to csee Greley. He was sitting on a step, and
as looked as dimal as Marius uamd the ruios of the
i Garthage hotel.
"s What is the matter, Mr. Greeley ?" I in
er I have lost my hat in that cursed room of
"Not your old whit. hat ?"
"Yes, my old white hat. ad with It my ever
coat. It is lamentable that the rebel did noat
take this d-n town and burn it to ashe. They
showed theirs spite by not doing It. It is as In
- real sk.hbaleI of Inlquity, depeding four its
miserable exstence oa the goverament."
1 left b veaerable pliloemopher lamentiag.
Wmet a etaordinary factit was that he lost
hiseld white hat. I had an ide, I oommon with
the plosive publio, that it could not be lost. I
believed be could not sell it if he were to try.
He Rcoud not gvoe it or tarow it away, sad here
it assiuat n a cloak room
This event Impressed me deeply. I went home
tt i the cold writhout hat or overcoat, in the bitter
O cold, but I rminsted, I rumrveled and wondered,
or ar:d al lasut nDlght 1 dreanod that tbhe venerable
Horace was a ferr. host and I ateered him.
t Lst his old white hat ! D. P.
ad hnow often do you heat the complaint from
mother and father that their son or daughter is not
od well; that they have at appetite; tat they feol
md iopalid; that their head sobes; that they are
e growing thin and feeble, ansod that they have no
energy left. That they are low spirlted, and per
, leatly inecapcitated to participate In sany plea
.an nres, or perform any oenteal or physical duty.
as And the question is uoften asked, wha' shall I do
for them? or, wbst shall I gve them' Our as
sp ewer is, is' them try Plantaton Hitters moderately
d, three times a day, snd our word for it they will
c A world of thanks is duoe to the I, tanlst who
4j first discovered the virtues of the Qutlliay Sapo
ie arli, or Soep Tree of Chitl. The woederfol
or cleansng ad purying property of its hark give
i to the fragrant 8osodout much of It, unrivalled
ns eicacy s a preservative of the teas.'
Keep & Hogoan, 3d Tcbooptoeleie ma mad I
Ia New Lervee, keep on hand a large and uxtenaive
stock of hsrdware and cutlary, Ja. H. Hsll a
Co.'m Maeaville, wy., plows.sgar anQ oottoa.
New York prte, for the celebrated qrover &
e Baker sewing machnes, and no charge for freight.
~r hlachie warranted for five ars. Only machine
ie. it for families. 1.'? ( 'anal street.
Ptar;'VOLA WATZ..-'Ut,,erir to the best im
ec ported 6lckgue, acd sold at half the pri.e.