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AU0TI0N SALE?.
By J. Dejan, Jr.
HOUSES AND MULES.
Gnat Sale ef Elegant Saddle and Harneu Horace
Work Moles, Baggies and Harness at Auction.
B y j. dejan, jr., auotioseeb
Will be sola on TUESDAY, Jane 7, 1870, at
calf-past ten o'clock, at P. Liner s stables, Gravier
Street
Fine Saddle and Harness HORSE84 in pairs and
single; fine plantation and city MULE-, etc.
Also, elegant top and open BUGGIES, HAR
NESS, SADDLES, etc.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
oc8
B 1
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
Office Farsitore at Anction.
Y J. BKJAN, JK, AUCTIONEER—
Office and ware-rooms No. 183 Gravier street.—
Will be sold on MONDAY, Jane 6, 1870, at
eleven o'clock A. M., at bis new Auction Mart, No.
183 Gravier street, corner CJarondelet—
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of every description
Pianos, Office i urniture; also, new goods per arriva
of steamer every week.
Terms—Caan in United States treasury notes.
jyi _
FLOATS, DRAYS, MULES, HARNESS AND
HOU8EHOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
JOOESSION OF THOMAS O'HARA-No, 33,SI
B Y J. DEJAM. JB.I AUCTIONEER—OF
fice No. 183Grsvier street—Jn MONDAY, June
A 1870, at ten o'clock A. M., at No. 408 Liberty street.
Fist District, by virtue and in pursuance of an order
of the Honorable Loaia Duvixneaud. Judge of the
Second District Court for the parish oi Orleans,
dated May 27,1670, will be sold at public auction
for account of tne succession of Thomas O'Haiftj
deceased—
THREE FLOATS. ONE DRAY, FOUR
Mnlea. one Horse, four sets Hare ess. A so, one lot
of Household and Kitchen Furniture, and one lot
of jewelry
Term*—Cash in United States notes.
mj29je23 4 6
By William De Lacey.
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE IN THE FOURTH
DISTRICT, CORNER OF CAMP AND
JACKSON STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF MRS. EUNICE S. HARRI
son, deceased wife of the late J. J. Michel.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 30,028.
B Y WILLIAM DE LiCT, Auc
tioneer—Office No. 21 Commercial Place.—SAT
URDAY, June 18, 1870, at twelve o'c'ock M , at the
bt Charles Anction Exchange, basement rotunda
of the St Cnarles Hotel, by virtne of and pursuant
to an order of the Honorable L. Duvigneaud, Judge
of the Second District Court for the parish of Or
leans. dated May 14, 1870, No. 30,02? of the docket of
■aid court, will be sold at public auction for account
oi the above succession, the following described
"tHREEVALUABLE LOT 8 OF GROUND, with
all the building, and improvements thereon, situ
ated in the Fourth District of this city, in the square
beunded by Jackson, Camp, Philip and Magazine
streets, designated by the Noe. 19, 20 and 21, of
square No. 25, on a plan drawn by C. A. Hedin, sur
veyor, dated April 15,1848, and deposited in the office
oi Joseph R. Beard, late a notary in this city. Said
lots adjoin each other, and measure, in American
ensure, a. follows: Lot No. 19 forms the corner of
__up and Jackson streets, and has a front on Jack
soAtreet of 32 feet 5% inches, by a depth and front
on Camp street of 128 feet 10 inches and 3K lints.
Lots No. 20 and 21 measure each 32 feet 5 inches a-d
\ of a line front on Jackson street, by a depth of 128
teet 10 inebee 3>» lines, between parallel lines.
The buildings and improvements on this property
consist of a well built two-story frame slated dwell
ing, recently repaired and painted, and containing
on lower floor, wide bal 1 , two pariors, dining room,
pantry, kitchen and wash room, with hall, three
Urge chambers, bath room and two servants' rooms,
on the second floor; galleries in front and rear: gas
throughouttne premises. The house stands back
from the streot, garden in front and on side, con
taming a varied assortment of fruit trees and orna
mental abrubbery, three cisterns, paved yard, etc.,
the whole being oue of the most desirable residences
in the Garden District. The property is leased until
July 1, 1870.
Terms—Cue-third cash and the balance in the
notes of tbe purchaser, drawn to his own order and
by him indorsed, payable at one and two years after
date in two equal installments, tee deterred pay
ments to be divided into coupons to suit the parties
interested, and to bear eight per cent per annum in
terest from day of sale until paid, and to be secured
by special mortgage on tbe property sold, the
mortgage to contain the clause of five per cent at
torney's fees in case of smt, improvements to be
kept insured and the policy transferred; purchaser
further to assnme payment of all taxes od said
property for the current year.
Act of sale, including the United States inter
nal revenue stamp., before William McC. Jones,
notary public, at the expense ot the purchaser,
myI8 2S jeS 1218
MEDICAL.
And'
negle
R uptfbf. cured.-with an expe
rience of more than twelve years practice in
the treatment and cur— of RUPTURE and HER
NIA, 1 mil guarantee more perfect relief, comfort
and security, and a more rapid improvement than
can be obtained of any other person or appliance in
the South, without r<gard to tne age of the patient
or length of time afflicted. Also, instruments for
the enre of every species of human deformity on
hand or made to order. , , _ _
Call or address, with stamp, for circular. Dr. T.
ST. C. FERRIS-, office No. 16 St. Charles street, up
stairs. Hours from 10 A. M. to 4 P. 51. my31 ly
OWEET QUININE IS A RECENT 151
O provement; replaces the use of the Bitter feui
S hate Quinine, wiifa which.all are familiar. Dose for
ose, it is warranted fully equal in every way to
Bitter Quinine, and, like it, is the one
GREAT, POSITIVE AND UNFAILING CURE
For all diseases of malarious origin.
ER AND AGUE.
INTERMITTENT FEVER,
CHILL FEVER,
REMITTENT FEVER,
BILIOUS FEVER,
DUMB AGUE,
And tbe long train of disorders following these when
neglected. |WI£T QUININE
Is made solely from Peruvian Bark iso is Bitter Qui
nine), therefore is of vegetable origin, and not a
mineral poison, bnt, on the contrary, is proved to be
one of the elements la and in the blood of all healthy
persons.
•WEST QUININE
Acts as an antidote to, as well as a oarer for mala
rial or miasmatic poison, the absorbtion of which
by tbe lungs cause# intermittent fevers, etc. The
only advantage olaimed lor
SWEET QUININE
over the use of old Bitter Quinine is the entire ab
sence of that intense, persistent bitterness which in
the latter is an insurmountable obstacle to its use
with meet persons, and always with children.
SWEET QUININE
Is in two forms—in powder, for the use of physicians
nnd druggists, and fluid, for use in theiamilyand
fur tbe general public.
STEARNS, FARR A CO.,
myts Manufacturing Chemists. New York.
» CAKO............................A CARD
Strangers visiting the oity and wishing medioal ot
surgical aid. will call at the Southern Dispeneary.
No 2i0 Oarondelet street, near the corner of St
30. aSU UUODUSWk OLXkJgyL, urnrna J J V '
JoMoh. where medicines are compounded to curt
all chronic oaees that may call, if within the reach oi
medicine or surgery. Consultations are giventt
males or females. The poor will be prescribed to
gra*ia. Letters giving description of oase, and oon
Lining five dollars, will meet with attention and
medicine sent by express.
P s.—I will give free consultations at 8*2. draft
Vstore, No. 286 St. Charles street, corner of Delord
Wrest, from half-past ten to half-past eleven o olock.
N§gni, J, E- LOCKWOOD, M. D.
I7ALDE1
v graduate
IE H !■ ARfc IIILIiE) Me A
graduate of the University of Copenhagen.
Denmark, Honorary M D. of the Uniwvrs.ty of
Padua, Italy. Office and residence No. 135 Royai
-street. Offioe hoars from nine to ten o clock A
and from twelve to three and from six to seven
P. id. Consultations in English, German. French,
Spanish, Italian and Danish-Having been nhy
■ioian in Danish men of war in the East and West
Indies, he is thoronghly acquainted with the treat
ment of yellow fever and lung affections. Having
passed several years as assistant physician of the
Hospital of ithe celebrated Professor Bicord. in
Paris, Dr. Bills offers to cure all kinds of women
diseases, diseases of the liver, and private disease*,
after a new. sure and quick method. )a23 ly
M 1
, WAKLT,
FEMALE PHYSICIAN.
No. EW Canal Street.
*rom Stoppage of the Menses can be speedily re*
lieved. Patients oaa be accommodated with good
rooms and hoard. mwl*
NEUBI
PORTRAIT PAINTER.
No. lli Carondelet Street.
NEW ORLEANS.
gjll ly* Louisiana
JOHN RHEIN THAU,
CARRIAGE MAKER.
1TO Glrod Street.
(Near St. Charles street)
*p23 ly _ New Orleans.
JOSEPH S. PA8AUO,
NO. AS GRAVIER STREET.
Agent, and solicits orders for Eaglish mid ether
manufactured goods, viz: The Seacombe Forge,
Rivet and Bolt Oompamy, all kinds of Galvanized
Iron, Railway Spikes etc . Patent Enameled Iron
Tablets. Tinned and Galvanised Hollow-ware. Fire
Brick, Paving Tile, Roofing Felt, Paints, etc.,
apt *
INSURANCE.
J^WENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATE
M E N T O F
CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
For the Yenr Ending April 30, 1870.
Gros Premiums for the Year...............*594,899 62
Assets of Company, April 30, 1869.,........ 990,627 62
'J be Board of Trustees resolved to pay interest at
Six per cent in cash on all outstanding Oertifl oat es
of Scrip, and aleo to pay in cash the issue of 1859 to
the legal holders thereof on and after the second
Monday in J une next.
They have also declared a Scrip Dividend of
Eighty Per Cent on the earned premiums entitled
to participate for the year ending April 30, 1878, for
which certificates will be iasued on and after the
first Monday in August next, free of government
tax.
THOM A 9 A. ADAMS. President,
C. T. BUDDEOKE, Vice-President
Henry V. Ogden, Secretary.
TRUSTEES:
Thomas A. Adams, 8amuel H. Kennedy,
O. T, Buddecke,
P. H. Foley,
A. G. Ober,
P. Simms,
A. Eimer Bader,
Samuel B. Newman,
J. J. Garrard,
A. Thompson,
John Phelps,
E. H, Summers.
my27 ly
rpHIKTEENTH ANNUAL,
S TATEMENT
OF THE
Hope Insurance Company ot New Orleans
OFFICE NO. 21 CAMP STREET.
In conformity with the requirements of their
Charter, the Hope Insurance Company publish the
following statement, viz:
Premiums given
during the year
ending April 30,
1870................. J17€.901 47
On Fire risks........$112,195 41
On Marine risks.... 40,925 22
On River risks...... 23,780 84
Amount to credit o
reserve fund ac
count ..............
176,901 47
25,00 00
Total...............................$201,901 47
Losses paid during tbe same period, viz:
On Fire Risks.......
*10,818 95
On Marine risks—
On River risks......
7,765 01
1,366 47
19,950 43
Less Rebate.........
21,740 61
Less Reinsurance...
Less Return Pra
11,424 76
mium..............
1,747 93
Less Taxes..........
Rent, expenses, less
11,409 68
interest............
6,793 16
Amount passed to
profit and loss ac
count...............
170,149
Total...............................*127,133 51
Reserved for risks not terminated, April
30,1870......................................*37,133 51
Reserve fund................................. 40.000 00
Cash dividend of twenty per cent, de
dared this day............................. 50,000 00
Total..............................$127133 51
The Company's assets:
Invested on first mortgage on real estate
in the city..............................$125,365 57
Bil)9 receivable on pledge.................. 2,299 66
Bills receivable at short date for premium 11,948 63
Bank and other stock, (actual value)...... 39,775 66
Real Estate.................................. 13,075 23
Due for premiums in course of collection 21,078 42
Cash ou hand................................ 163,590 42
Total assets...........................$377,133 51
The above statement ie a just and correct tran
script from tbe books of the Company.
liY. PEYCHAUD, President.
LOOS BaRHETT, Secretary.
PariBh of Orleans—City of New Orleans:
Sworn to aud scuscribed before me this fifth day
of May, 1870.
EDGAR GKIMA, Notary Public.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors held this
day, the following resolution was unanimously
adopted:
Resolved, That a Cash Dividend of TWENTY per
cent, free f rom tax, be hereby declared on the Capi
tal Stock of the Company, out of the net earnings
of the year ending April 30.1870, payable en or after
the nineteenth instant, to the Stockholders or their
Ug&l representatives.
directors:
John I, Adams, H. Tete, J. C. Denis,
T. N. Blake, P. Malochee, W. A. Gordon,
F. A. Ducros, F. E. Bernard, Hy. Pejchaad.
ms 7 lm
Ql'AKUIAA MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW YORK.
Established In 18J>»,
ALL POLICIES NON FORFEITABLE.
CASH OR THIRD LOAN PREMIUMS
NO NOTES REQUIRED.
Lost Cash Dividend Fifty Fer Cen'
Cash assets over........ .........
Policies in force..................
Annual income............... ...
Losses paid since 1859............
...........$2,000,OC
........... 25,000,00
............ 1 , 000,00
............ 600,000
OFFICERS:
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
W. T. HOOKER, Vice-President.
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FREDRIKAR, Superintendent of Agencie
DIRECTORS:
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank of Republio.
William M. Vermilye,. Banker, Wall street, (Wot
milye A Co.)
Charles G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Company.
Hon. George Opdyke, exMayor of New York
Minot O. Morgan, Backer.
Thomas Rigney, firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benjamin B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, firm Arnold,.Constable A Co.
Richard a. Browne, of Wetmore A Browne, lawyers
E. V. Haughwont, firm E. V. Haughwont A Co.
William Wilkens, firm W. Wilkens A Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant.
William W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
George W. Guyler, Banker, Palmyra, New York.
George T. Hope, President Continental Fire In
surance Company.
John H. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, comer Fifth avenue and
Twenty-third street, New York.
William T. Hooker, Wall street.
Edward H. Wright, Newark, New Jersey.
George W. Farlee, Lawyer.
W. L. Cogswell. Merchant.
JOSEPH MAGNER,
acager for Louisiana and Texas, No. 158 Corn
street. New Orleans. fel8 2y
^OUIIIAMA STATE
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW ORLEANS.
orncs
Corner Carondelet and Common Stroot
FIRE. MARINE. IYER
RISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWES TABIE1
RATER
E. GANUOHEAU, President
A. BALDWIN. Vice President
L. W. BAQUIE, Secretary..
E. F. Mioton,
O. Bercier,
Oharles J. Leeds,
D. Bouligny,
K. H- Harris,
J. Lapene,
L. H. Gardner,
Thomas Blois,
B. Hu (It,
J. A. Bonnafon,
O. Hopkins,
A. O. Pierpont,
A. Baldwin,
A. Palacio,
William Heyl,
Alexander Marks.
Trustee# i
W. B. Conger,
A. Eimer Bader.
A. D. Grieff,
F. Laborde,
8. Hermann,
E. Bordelois#
D. P. Logan,
ocBly
U. BidwalL
J. Zoelly,
Samuel Locke,
A. Tertrou,
G. P. a |*anchardr
Joeepn Simon,
K. Ganuchesu,
O. H. Mouten,
J. M. Wagner.
INSURANCE.
7^ERCHAKTV MUTUAL
IHIUSAXCICOMPANY
OF
NEW ORLEANS,
M..............Canal Street..............1®4
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL STATEMENT.
In conformity with the requiremescs of their
Charter, the Company publish tbe following state
ment:
Premiums received daring the year ending May
31, 1870, including unearned Premiums oi tne pre
vious year— ____
On Fire risks............................. *778.279 60
On Marine risks.......................... 124.634 33
On River risks........................... 272,043 62
Net earned Preminms, 31at May, 1870.. $942,452 55
Losses Paid—
On Fire risks...................*295,899 76
On Marine risks................ 34,640 69
On River neks................. 91,099 86
$421,540 31
47,868 89
Taxes................
Reinsurances and return , „
Premiums.................. 34,914 39
$504,423 59
Deduct interest, less ex
peases.................. 33,966 10— 470,457 49
......................... *471.995 09
Profit.
The Company have the following assets:
Real Estate................................ $R5.C€0 93
City Bonds ................................ 132.940 CO
Bank and Railroad Stocks................ 37,456 99
Notes secared by mortgage................ 629 555 85
Netes secured by pledge.................. 67,404 49
Kilis Receivable............................ 44,417
Premiums in course of collection........ 69,929 25
State Bonds................................ J.5U0 to
Scrips of other Companies............... 7,800 25
Stock of Valette Dry Dock Company.... 19.800 00
Stock of Levee Steam Cotton Press...... 2.300 00
Stock of Marine Dry Dock and Shipyard
Company....................... t ........ 3,700 00
Stock of Louisiana Equitable Life In
surance Compsny................. — 250 00
Mortgage Boi^s Grand Lodge of Leu
isiana .... ^............................ 6,000 00
Mortgage Bonds Turners' Association... 2,003 00
Morgage Bunds Odd Fellows' Hall...... 5,0(0 00
Mortgage Bonds Ice Man ufacturiag Co. 6.250 00
Judgment on Mortgage Notes............ 12,000 00
Cash on hand.............................. 382,790 03
Total assets.......... $1,555,154 54
Lees
Unclaimed Interest and In
terest payable July next on
all outstanding scrips of
the Company...............$103,360 53
Issues of Scrips for th-years
J861 and 1862, payable in
July......................... 204,555 00
Unearned Premiums on the
thirty, first May. 1870......JB2JMC0 u
$1,014 063 96
The above statement is a just, true and correct
transcript from the books of toe Company.
transcript ire m pAUL yoURCHY. President
G. W. NOTT, Secret»iy.
State of Louisiana, i
Parish of Orleans, .
City of New Orleans. J
Sworn to and subscribed before me the third day
of J une, 1870.
S. MAGNER, Notary Public.
At a meetmg of the Board of Directors held on the
third day of June. 1670. it was resolved to declare a
Scrip Dividend of (50) fifty per cent on the net
earned participating prrmiums for the year endiDg
thirty-first Slay. 1870, for which certificates will be
issued on and after the first day of August next.
Also, to pay on and aftar the second MONDAY in
July next, the whole issues of Scrips for the years
1861 and 1862, and six per cent interest on all out
standing Scrip of the Company.
Directors:
P. Fourchy, P. Matpero,
l). McCoard, • M. Puig,
L. F. Generes, P- S. Wiltz,
s. Z. Keif, Joseph Hoy,
D. A. Chaffraix, Charles Lahtie,
J. j. Fernandez. jeStf
QEKMAh'IA INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS.
rOl'RTIl ANNUAL. STATEMF.NT.
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the company publishes the following state
ment, viz:
Total amount of premiums for
the year ending thirty-first cf
March, 1870...................... $256,603 01
Fire Premiums...................$206,675 92
Marine Premiums................ 40,112 63
River Premiums................. 9,814 46
266,603 01
Less net earned premiums..... 53,496 35
Less return premiums.......... 4,588 85
Net earned premiums...........
Losses paid—
Fire losses..................... 31,130 55
Marine losses.................... 15.398 7 8
River losses...................... 6,437 08
61,966 41
Reinsurance..................... 7,740 29
Taxes and subscriptions........ 9,255 04
Expenses less interest.......... 15,922 S8
Rebate account.................. 29,371 79
Reserved for unadjusted losses. 9,000 00
•58,085 20
198,617 81
Net profits.......:............... 75,261 30
ASSETS.
Stock notes..................................$150,000 CO
5,416 94
5,416 94
18,815 66
25,712 00
98,844 07
72,085 70
4,0(4) 00
62,883 28
Bills receivable.............................
Due by individual accounts...............
Loans on pledge on demand...............
Loans on mortgage.........................
City consolidated and ten per cent bonds,
Louisiana State bonds, gaslight. City
Railroad, Citizens' and Louisiana
State Bank stocks.......................
Valletta Dry Dock stock...................
Cash on hand and in Europe.............. .
Total....................................A43T.757 6
The above statement is a just, true and correct
transcript from the books of the company.
D. MICHEL, President
K. Maxes, Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, at New
Orleans, on this sixteenth day of April, A. D. 1870.
JOSEPH COHN, Notary Public.
At a me ting of the Board of Directors, held on
sixteenth instant, it was resolved that a dividend
of twenty-five dollars per share be hereby declared,
to be credited to tbe unpaid stock notes.
D. MICHEL, President,
F RED. DEL BONDIO, Vice-President.
E. Maxes, Secretary.
DIRECTORS:
Fred. Del Bondio,
D. Michel,
August Koenig,
H. Zuberbier,
Louis Schwartz,
A. Marks,
J. J. Weckerling,
S. Friendiander,
Charles Potthoff,
Philipp D. Mayer,
N. A. Baumgarden,
J. Hassinger,
apl7 lm
A. Eimer Bader.
Thomas Schor ,
H. F. Klumpp,
Charles Bendix,
George Merz,
J. A. Blaffer,
J. F. Krante,
W. Goldenbow,
F, M. Ziegler,
P. W. Dielmann,
R. F. Theurer,
A. Gaisser.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
J^RUe* AND MEDICINES.
We have always on hand a full suppl of fresh
pure
MEDICINES, DRUGS, CHEMICALS. ETC.,
which we offer at the lowest wholesale rates. Oui
connections in Europe at present enable ns to make
better selections than it is possible for most houses
here to do, as our purchasing agent there is a prac
tical chemist and druggist, who was engaged in the
■drug business in this city for many yews, and wbc
consequently is fully competent to judge in regard
to the requirements of our trade. By the arrange
ments we have made with him, we are convinced
that we can offer our patrons such advantages, and
each pure and unadulterated articles, that we only
request buyers to give us a call before purchasing
"^BBstoes" the regular line of DRUGS and MEDI
CINES, we have also in store the most assorted
stock of
MINERAL WATER!
that is found in this city, or, in fact, in this country
We are SOLE AGENTS for the
VICHY WATER,
FRIEDRICHSHALL BITTER,
HIGH ROOK. CONGRESS. Etc
Aleo In Storci
GETTYSBURG. CONGRESS,
SELTZ, BLUE LICK.
EMPIRE. BLADON.
SOUR LAKE. ROCKBRIDGE ALUM
WHITE SULPHER WATER, Etc.
Having been appointed Sole Agents for GEORGE
TIEMAN A CO., of New York, we keep a moat
varied stock of
SURGIOAL INSTRUMENTS,
inch as Buck's Complets Operating Case, DisBeot
ing and Pocket Oases, Eye Oases, Veaico-Vag.na
Oases, Amputating and Minor Operating, Obstetri
cal and Dental Oases, etc., all offered at New York
prioee. and we add constantly new auppliee ot lately
introduced design#.
Aleo Agents for FOUGERA'S PREPARATIONS
All the above we offer at the LOWEST RATES
and guarmtto. o^jood^
139 Canal aereet,
dell Cm Teuro Buildings.
CORPOR AT IONS.
QHABTRB.....................CHABTIR
UNITED 8TATES OF AMERICA—STATE OF
LOUISIANA-CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known that before me, Thomas Jefferson
Beck, a notary pub ho in and for wie parish
and city of New Orleans, State of liouisi
ana aforesaid, duly commissioned and sworn, per
sonally came and appeared tbe persons hereinafter
named and undersigned, who severally declared
that they do, by these presente, form themselves
and those whom they represent, into a Corporation,
under authority of an act of the Legislature o» this
State, entitled "An act to establish a general sys
tem of free banking in the State of Louisiana,
approved on the fifteenth day of March, one thou
sand eight hundred and fifty-five, to which ena they
make and agree to the following
Articles of Association s
ARTICLE L
The corporate nr.me of the association shall be
'THE BA>K OF LAFAYETTE."
ARTICLE IL
The object of the association is to carry on the
business of banking, by discounting bills, notes ana
other evidences of debt, receiving deposits, buying
and selling gold and silver bullion, bills ot ex
change ana other personal property, loaning money
on real and personal security, and to exercise all
such incidental powers as are now, or may be here*
after authorized by law.
ARTICLE ill.
Seaman Hopkins, Jr.,
Wnliam G. Coyle,
Philipp Drunira,
John r. Higgins,
John G. Fleming,
Wuham H. hosier.
The place of business and legal domicil of said
Corporation shall be located in the Fourth District
of the city of New Orleans.
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of said Corporation to be Two
Hundred Tnousand Dollars, divided into Four
Thousand Shares of Fifty Dollars each, payable m
installments, as follows, viz: Twenty-five percent
on the first day of May, 1870. Twenty-five per cent
on the first day of August, 1870. Twenty five t»er
cent on the first day of November, 1870. And twenty
five per cent on tbe first day of February, lbil.
ARTICLE V.
The bank shall be put in operation so soon as one
hundred thousand dollars shall have been sub
scribed and the requisitions of law are complied
with, and shall terminate in the year eighteen hun
dred and ninety.
ARTICLE VI.
The Board of Directors shall be empowered to re
oeive further subscriptions, until the amount sub
scribed shall have reached the aforesaid sum of
two hundred thousand dollars, upon the same terms
of payment prescribed in article fourth; provided,
that ail further subscriptions of stock shall be paid
in cash, at the time of subscribing, to the fall
amount of the installments matured on the original
* t0Ck ' ARTICLE VII.
The capital stock of the Corporation may here
after be increased to any sum not exceeding one
million dollars, provided that a majority in amount
of all the stockholders shall vote for 6ucb increase.
ARTICLE VIII.
After any increase of capital shall have been duly
authorized, sixty days' notice thereof shall be given
in two newspapers published in the city of New
Orleans, within wbicn time stockholders shall have
the privilege of taking additional shares, in propor
tion to ihe amonnt of their stock. Shares not taken
at the expiration of said time, may be sold by the
Board of Directors, at not less than par, for the
benefit of tne Corporation.
ARTICLE IX.
On all installments in default, interest at the rate
of eight per cent per annum shall be charged, and
the Board of Directors, alter ten days' notice, by
advertisement, shall have the right to forfeit and to
cause to be sold any share or snares, on which any
installment may be due and remain unpaid, for the
benefit of tfie Corporation.
ARTICLE X. '
No certificate of stock shall be issued unless paid
in full.
ARTICLE XI.
This Corporation shall have a sesl, the device of
which shall be the bust of the Marquis de Lafayette,
with the name of the Corporation in the margin*
ARTICLE XII.
Ail powers of the Corporation shall be vested in a
Board of Directors, consisting of thirteen persons,
each of whom shall hold in his own name and right,
or of the firm ot which is a member, at least
twenty shares of tbe capital stock ot sa^d Company.
ARTICLE XIII.
The first Board of Directors ehall be composed of
the loliowing named persons, all citizens cf this
State, to wit:
John A. Braselman,
Otto F. Thiesman,
Theodore Berkson,
Gus. A. Breaux.
John A. Watkins.
Richard S. Venables,
Lloyd R. Coleman,
Who ehall have power to procure a banking house,
appoint officers and put the back in operation; and
they shall continue in office until the first day ot
May, eighteen hundred and seventy one.
ARTICLE XIV.
The Board of Directors shall, at their first meet
ing, elect one of their members to be the President
of the Corporation, whose duty it shall be to preside
at all meeti- gsof the Board. He shad have charge
of the bonds of the Cashier, and of ail officers of
the Corporation: also, of the blank notes intended
for signature, until authorized by the Directors to
be issued and signed by him and the Cashier. In
case of absence or inanility to act, the Directors
mny elect from their number a President pro tem,
who shall, for tbe time being have and exercise the
fall powers of the President.
ARTICLE XV.
The B^rd of Directors may at any time make
suen by-laws as they may deem expeuient, and may
repeal the same at pleasure.
ARTICLE XVI.
The number of Directors for discounting notes
and draft*, ard purchasing bills of exchange, may
be determined by the bj-laws of the corporation,
but for tbe traneaction of any other kind cf busi
ness by the Board, five of said D rectors shall be re
quired to form a quorum, and the decision of the
majority of said quorum ehall be valid as a corpo
rate act.
ARTICLE XVII.
The Board of Directors shall appoint a cashier,
clerks, odicers ami agents, and may remove the same
at pleasure, and shall fix the salaries of all the offi
cers of the corporation. Kaid Boanl may also, from
time to time, delegate such power, in transacting
the ordinary business of the corporation, to com
mittees of their own body, er to their officers or
agents, as they may deem expedient .
ARTICLE XVIIIJ
The Board of Directors may purchase, out of the
funds ot the corporation, any evidences of debt that
may be held by law, and transfer, in pledge to the
Auditor of Public Accounts, or other proper officer
of the State of Louisiana, all or any portion of said
evidences of debt, authorized to secure the payment
of notes of circulation, issued by this corporation
ARTICLE XIX.
The Board of Directors shall have power to sup
ply any vacancy that may occur in their board,
buch vacancy may be declared in consequence of
death, resignation, want of requisite number of
shares, insolvency, or absence without leave lor three
successive months.
ARTICLE XX.
The Board of Directors, after paying all tbe ex
penses of the Corporation, shall, twice in each year,
declare and pay such dividends out of the surplus
profits as they may deem expedient. Notice of the
same shall be published in two newspapers of the
city of New Orleans.
ARTICLE XXI.
Minutes of all proceedings of the Board of Di
rectors shall be kept by the Cashier, and certified by
the President.
ARTICLE XXII.
The President and Cashier shall sign all contracts,
notes, certificates of stock and evidences of debt of
the Corporation.
ARTICLE XXIII.
Books for the registry and transfer of the capital
stock shall be kept, subject to such restrictions as
the by-laws may direct.
ARTICLE XXIV.
Every transfer of any share or shares of capital
stock shall be made on the books of the Corporation,
and be signed by the shareholder, or his attorney in
fact.
ARTICLE XXV.
The Board of Directors may close the transfer
books as often as convenience may require, but for
no longer than ten days at any one time.
ARTICLE XXVI.
No share or shares of the capital fitock shall be
transxerable unless paid in full.
ARTICLE XXVII.
On the third Wednesday of April, eighteen hun
dred and eeventy-one, and annually thereafter, an
election of Directors, by the stockholders, shall be
held at the banking house of said corporation; a
plurality of votes, then and there given, shall elect,
previous notice of the same to be given, at least
thirty aays, in two newspapers published in the city
of New Orleans. All elections lor Directors shall
be by ballot.
ARTICLE XXVIII.
Each stockholder shall be entitled, directly or by
proxy, to one vote on each share of stock ot the Cor
poration owned and held by biin in his own name,
or as trustee or legal representative of others for
at least three months prior to an election.
ARTICLE XXIX.
Two partners shall not be eligible, at the same
time, as Directors of this Association. Nor shall a
Director of any other bank be a Director of this
Corporation.
ARTICLE XXX.
Every election of directors shall be superintended
by three commissioners, to be appointed from the
stocknolders by the Board of Directors one week
previous to said election.
ARTICLE XXXI.
The failure from any cause to elect directors, on
the day when such election ehould have been held,
stall not dissolve the Corporation; but the directors
then in office shall hold over until their successors
are elected and qualified; and, any time within
sixty day3 after the day appointed in article twenty
seven, they shall cause, after thirty days notice,
such election to be held.
ARTICLE XXXIL
A majority of ail the directors elected may provi
sionally accept any additional power, or privilege,
that may hereafter be conferred upon the Oorpora
tion, either by amendmut of tbe act under which It
is formed, or by any otfiwnew act, or enactments,
and may amend these articles of association; bnt
the final adoption and acceptance of such additional
power or privilege, or amendment of these arti
cles shall be by a vote of stockholders, in the man
ner provided by law.
ARTICLE XXXIII.
The liquidation of the affairs of the Corporation
shall be made by the commissioners elected by the
stockholders, at a meeting convened for
that purpose, after three months previous
notice, in two newspapers published in the
city of New Orleans. Each of said commissioners
■hall be a citizen of this State and not indebted to
the corporation, and, at anoh meeting the stock
holders may code to such Commissioners all powers
necessary to the liquidation of the affairs of the
corporation, may fix their term of office, Unit the
CORPORATIONS.
period for liquidation, fix their compensation,
define the<r duties and tba manner in which they
may be removed er their term of office be renewed,
ARTICLE XXXIV.
The stockholders shall not be responsible for
losses, er damage inenrred by said corporation, be
yond tbe amennt of capital stook held or owned by
them respectively.
ARTICLE XXXV.
The names and le-idences of tbe parties to this
act, also, the number of shares held by them respec
tively, are declared to be as follows:
Names. Shares.
Seaman Hopkins. Jr.. New Orleans................50
William b. Foster, New Orleans...................20
Breaux A Fenner, New Orleans.................... 20
Race, Foster A E. T. Merrick, New Orleans.......60
Richard S. Venables, New Orleans................ 25
Otto F. Tbeisman, New Orleans.................... 20
John G. Fleming, New Orleans...................20
John A. Braselman, New Orleans................. 25
Theodore Berkson, New Orleans................... 20
John A. Watkins, New Orleans....................20
James Bnckley. New OrleanB...................... 20
William G. Ooyle. New Orleans.................... 20
Lloyd R. Coleman, New Orleans...................20
Philipp Drumra, New Urleans......................SO
John P. Higgins A Co., New Orleans.............. 60
Thomas A. Adams, New Orleans..................100
Alfred Shaw, New Orleans.......................... JO
George H. braughn. New Orleans..................JO
Marion S. Hedrick, New Orleans................... JO
Florence Ptister. New Orleans...................... 20
George Weightman, New Orleans.................20
Oharles T. buddecke. New Orleans................10
Williams. Brown. New Orleans................... 10
Thaddeus D. Van Horn. New Orleans............. 10
David J. Wasson, New Orleans..................... 10
Virginius C. Dentzel, New Orleans...............
Anthony Sam tola. New Orlewa..................
Joseph P. Hornor, New Orleans..................
Rosenberg, Scherck A Berkson, New Orleans...
InbB U 41 kaio 4 l.loana
10
10
20
25
JohD M. G. Parker, New Orleans....
InbB U 41 kaio 4 l.loana
25
............ 10
JohD M. G. Parker, New Orleans....
Peter Ross. New Orleans.............
Frank McGloin, New Orleans........
John F. Thomas, New Orleans...................... 5
Emma G. Bartlett, New Orleans.................... 5
Hyman Levy, New Orleans......................... 20
Durant Da Ponta, New Orleans................... 10
Patrick P. Walshe, New Orleans................... 20
Samuel W. Moore, New Orleans...........-...... 10
Theodore L Shuts. New Orleans.................. ■>
Samuel G. Kreeger, New Orlean................... 10
Luther V. Tower, New Orleans,.................... 10
Thomas J. Beck, New Orleans....................10
Lawrence A Hebrard, New Orleans................20
Eugene Dupre, New Orleans....................... 5
Henry C. Andrews, New Orleans.................. '0
Charles Stoll, New Orleans......................... 20
Jacob Salm, New Orleans........................... 6
Benjamin A W. Oroner, New Orleans.............. 10
Herman Kolmeyer, New Orleans...................10
Moses Heiman, New Orleans....................... 5
Erich Brand, New Orleans......................... 10
George Lawrence, New Orleans.................... 5
Harriett Gimbel. New Orleans..................... 2
Moses Mann. New Orleans........................ 10
George W. Sadler, New Orleans...................10
Thomas Lunn, New Orleans.......................10
Jeremiah B Collie, New Orleans..................10
A. Wallace Hunter, New Orleans.................. 5
John Foerster, New Orleans.......................20
Robert Morris, New Orleans........................ 2
John R. Purvis, New Orleans...................... 10
Napier Bartlett, New Orleans...................... 6
Germain Vincent, New Orleans.................... 10
Dewitt 0. Peck, New Orleans...................... 5
Milton A. Peck, New Orleans....................... 5
Alton b. Caster, New Orleans.....................K)
William McDuff, New Orleans......i.............. 5
Edward Prophet, New Orleans..................... 6
Paul J. Robert, New Orleans....................... 5
Michael Hahn, New Orleans........................40
Bernard K. Ooffey, New Orleans................... 10
John Douglas. New Orleans........................10
Fred A. Dentzel, New Orleans.................... 5
Alexander Marks, New Orleans.................... 10
Jules A. H. Lagroue, New Orleans................28
John A. Hegney, New Orleans..................... 2
bamoel Jamison. New Oretans.................... 10
George Kiehlinann, New Orleans..................10
Nicholas W. Hans, New Orleans.................. 2
John W. Valentine, New Orleans.................. 2
Oscar Allen, New Orleans.......................... 5
John H. Norton. New Orleans..................... 5
Lazar benjamin. New Orleans..................... 5
Peter J. Poelman. M. D , New Orleans...........20
Germain Leroy, New Orleans...................... 10
William Stratmeyer, New Orleans.............>... 5
Herman A. F'. Wedemeyer, New Orleans......... 5
James R. Hastings. New Orleans.................. 10
benjamin F relick. New Orleans................... 10
Davis A Jackson, New Orleans................... 20
William H. Santom, New Orleans.................. 10
Washington Marks, New Orleans................. 5
John Pasley, New Orleans..........................10
Charies W. Clark, New Orleans.................... 10
Eugene H. Levy, New Orleans..................... 10
Albert G. Phelps, New Orleans.................... 20
Britton A Moore, New Orleans..................... 10
Edward C. Hancock. New Orleans............... 5
John W. Madden. New Orleans.................... 10
Samuel Friedlander. New Orleans................ 10
George Soule, New Orleans ....................... 10
Frank D. Kuleff, New Orleans..................... 10
William R. bell. New Orleans..................... 2
Jacobowsky. Hart Jt Co., New Orleans............20
J. Wa'ts Kearney, New Orleans................... 5
N. C. Gullet A Oo., New Orleans..................10
Kearny A bernos. New Orleans................... 20
Jt Kautman A Oo., New Orleans..................16
Walter L. Jewell. New Orleans.................... 10
ben nett P. Etbell. New urleans................... 10
Jacob Hassinger, New Orleans.....................20
Henry H. Stanley, New Orleans................... 20
Phillip D. Mayer, New Orleans.................... 5
Joseph Manner, New Orleans...................... 5
Charles Tower, New Orleans....................... 5
John W. Norris, New Orleane..................... 10
Sigmund Katz, New Orleans...................... 10
George Auer A Oo., New Orleans.................. 20
George Dollacker, New Orleans.................... 5
John Clark,New Orleans...........................20
Richard M. Pasteur. New Orleans.................10
Peter F'riay, New Orleans........................... 4
Joseph Milier, Jr., New Orleans................... 5
F'red Ncbonekae, New Orleans.................... 10
J. William Davis, New Orleans.................... 5
Frederick Wing, New Orieans...................... 10
Arnold Weber, New Orleans....................... 5
John Croft, Now Orleans........................... 10
Thomas O. Salter, New Orleans................... 10
Wynne Rogers, New Orleans....................... 2
Gilbert L Hall, New Orleans....................... 6
D. Blum. Sterne A Co., New Orleans............. 10
Edward F. Schmidt, New Orleans,................. 5
Adam Gauch, New Orleans........................ 10
Daniel McKendrick, New Orleans................ 5
Edward K. Bryant, New Orleans.,................10
Frank Haag, New Orleans......................... 5
James Barnwell, New Orleanss..................... 2
Nmna C. Forstall. New Urleans.................... 5
William E Murphy, New Orleans................. 10
John li. Haas, New Orleans........................ 10
George Bull, New Orleans.......................... 10
George Johnston, New Urleans.................... 10
Joseph Johnston, New Orleans.................... 1C
John J. Lane, New Orleans........................ 5
Joseph H. Harvey. New Orleans...................20
Lambert B. Cain, New Urleans.................... 20
Andrew Hero, Jr , New Oi leans.................... 5
Edmund M. lvens, New Orleans............. .....20
John Kuhlman, New Orleans...................... 10
George Purves, New Orleans....................... 10
John A. Bajurin. New Orleans..................... 4
Daniel 8. Ksmelli, New Orleans...................10
Charles Hoelzel, New Orleans.....................10
Thomas Pickles. New Orloana—
Richard H. Browne, New urleans
Joseph R. Turck, New Orleans...
Julius Weis. New Orleans.
Charles Briggs, New Orleans
McWilliain Wright, New Orleans
...... 10
...... 10
...... 10
...... 10
...... 10
...... 10
Frank O. Zacbarie, New Orleans..........
John H. Rees, New Orleans........................ a)
...... 10
Frank O. Zacbarie, New Orleans..........
John H. Rees, New Orleans........................ a)
Henry Bensel, New Orleans........................20
Philip Hoelzel, New Orleans.......................10
Mrs. Celeetine Arent. F'armersville. Louisiana... 6
Michael Levy. Bastrop, Louisiana................. 5
Joseph N. A. Wilson, New Orleans................ 5
Wright K. F'ish, New Orleans...................... 10
Onezime M. Redon, New Orleans.................. 5
Michael H. Waters, New Orleans.................. 5
Henry Massonninr, New Orleans.................. 4
Lsry Hart. New Orleans............................ 10
Edwin L. Jewell. New Orleans........
Thomas U. Shields, New Orleans....
Gottschalk A Magner, New Orleans..
Edward A. 'J yler. New Orleans.......
Robert Roberts, New Orleans........
James T. Tucker, New Orleans....................10
United States internal revenue stamps of five
cents per sheet, as required by law for this act, has
been hereunto duly affixed and canceled.
Thns done and passed at my office, in the city of
New Orleans aforesaid, on this twenty-eighth day of
April, in the year of onr Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy, in the presence of Morris G.
Beck and George W. Christy, witnesses of lawfni
age and domiciliated in this city, who have hereunto
subscribed their names, together with said parties
and me, the said notary.
ORIGINAL SIGNED:
W. G. Coyle.
Lloid K. Coleman,
Thomas A. Adams,
Alfred Shaw,
G. H. Braughn,
M. S. Hedrick,
F lorence Ptister,
George Weightman,
O T. Buddecke,
William b. Brown,
T. D. Van Horn,
D. J. Wasson.
Anthony fcambola,
Rosenberg, bcherk <
Berkson,
Peter Ross.
John F. Thomas,
J. P. Higgins A Oo.,
Durant ua Ponta,
8. W. Moore,
Samuel G, Kreeger,
Tboroas J. Beck,
Eugene Dupre,
O. Stoll,
B. A W. Oroner,
M. Heiman,
George Lawrence.
M. Mann,
Thomas Lunn,
A. W. Hunter,
Robert Morris,
Napier Bartiett,
D. W. O. Peck,
A- B. Custer,
Edward Prophet,
Michael Hahn,
John Douglas,
A. Marks,
John A. Hegney.
George Riehlmunn.
J. W. Valentine,
J. H. Norton,
P. J. Poelman, 31. D.,
G. Leroy,
H. A. F\ Wedemcyer,
Benjamin Frelick,
William H. bantom,
John Pasley,
E. H. Levy.
Britton A Moore,
John W. Madden,
George Souie,
W. R. Bell.
J. Watts Kearaey,
Kearny A Bernos,
W. L. Jewell,
J. Hassinger,
Ph. D. Mayer,
C. Tower.
Sigmund Katz.
per 8. Barnett,
George Dollacker,
K. M. Pasteur,
Joseph Miller, Jr,
J. William Davis,
Arnold Weber.
Thomas O. Sutter,
G. L. Hall.
O. F. Schmidt,
D. McKendrick,
Frank Haag,
N. C. Forstall,
John G. Haas,
Georg* Johnson.
J. J. Lane,
L. B. Osin.
Edmund M. lews,
Seaman Hopkins, Jr.,
W. H. F'cster,
Breaux A F'enner,
Race, F'oster A E. T. Mer
rick,
Richard 8. Venables,
O. F. Tbeisman,
John G. Fleming,
J. A. Braselman,
Theodore Berksoa,
John A. Watkins,
James Buckley,
V. U. Dentzel,
Joseh P. Hornor,
John M. G. Parker,
Emma G. Bartievt,
Frank A. Bartlett,
per
T. Lee Shute,
L. F. Tower.
Lawrence A Hebrard,
Henry O. Andrews,
Jacob Salm,
H. Kohlmeyer,
• Erich Brand,
H. Gimbel.
George W. Sadler,
J. B. Collie.
John Foerster
J. R. Purvis.
Germain Vincent,
M. A. Peck,
William McDuff,
Pau! J. Robert,
B. R. Coffey.
F\ A. Dentzel,
J. A. H. Lagrone,
Samuel Jamison.
M. W. Hans,
Oscar Allen,
L. Benjamin,
Henry Beosel,
William Stratmeyer, '
James R. Hastings,
Davis A Jackson,
Washington Marks,
Charles W Clark,
Albert G. Phelps.
Edward O. Hancock,
Samuel Friedlander.
F. D. Kuleff,
Jacobowsky, Hart A 0o„
N. C. Gnllett A Co.,
M. Kaufman A Co.,
B. P. Ethell,
H. H. Stanley,
Joseph Magner,
John W. Norris,
G. Auer A Co.,
Philipp Dramm,
John Clark,
Peter Friay,
F. Schoneker,
Frederick Wing,
John Oroft,
Wynne Rogers,
D. Blum, Sterne A Co.,
Adam Gauch,
E. K. Bryant.
Junes Barnwell,
W. K. Murphy,
George Bull.
Joseph Johnson,
J. H. Harvey,
Andrew Hero, Jr.
John Kuhlman,
CORPORATIONS.
George Purves,
D. b. Ramelii,
Charles Hoelzel,
Thomas Pickles
Julius Weis,
Me William Wright,
Michael Levy.
per T. D. Van Hern,
R. H. Browne.
O. M. Redon,
Henry Meesonnier,
Edwin L. Jewel).
Thomas H. Shields
John A. Bajurin.
Pn. Hoelzel,
Mrs. C. Arent,
Joseph K. Tucrk,
Cb ri5fbiS'';
F. O.
Jonn H. Rees.
J. N. A. Wilaon,
W. R. Fish,
M. H. Waters,
Lary Hart, per T. Berk
aon,
_____________ Gottscha'k A Magner,
E. A. Tyler, per T. D. Van Robert Roberts,
' Horn, James T. Tucker.
Frank McGloin.
Mobeis g. Beck,
Geobob W. chbisty.
THOMAS J. BECK, Notary Public.
I hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a
true and correct copy of the orig.nal act, of record
in my office, in this city.
In witness whereof. I grant these presents, under
my official signature and the impress of my seal of
office, at the s lid city of New Orieans, this, seventh
day of May. A. D. 1870.
THOMaS J. BECK, Notary Public.
my8 eodlm
q barter....................cha kter .
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
Before me. Joseph Cuvillier, a notary public for
tbe parish of Orleans and tbe city of New Orleans,
therein residing, personally apaeared Messrs. Alex
andre Pepin, Jean Baptiste Oamors, Joseph Tur
cotte, Honore Labaase, Joseph Bayle, Francois
Guillaume Barriere, Emile Victor Audibert, and
others, who declared that, availing themselves of
the rights afforded bv an act approved on tbe four
teenth of March, 1865, entitled "An act for the or
ganization of corporations for works of public im
provement and utility," they nave agreed to asso
ciate themselves together and to form a Corporation
for the purpose of manufacturing, within this State,
"THE EGYPTIAN WATERPROOF COATING,"
a useful invention, promotive to hea th and com
fort, and to conduct the business therewith con
nected, as hereinafter set forth, the said Corpora
tion to be located in the city of New Oi leans, thus
Rave accordingly established the following charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of said corporation shall be "The Egypt
ian Waterproof Coating Company of New Urleans."
Its domicil is established in the city of New Or
leans, and tbe title shall be engraved in fuil around
its seal, in the centre of which shall be a sphinx.
This corporation shad exist for twenty-five years,
unless sooner lawfully dissolved.
ARTICLE II.
The object of this corporation sha 1 ! be the manu
facture and the sale of the Egyptian Waterproof
Coating, and the application of said Waterproof
Coating for all useful purposes, according to patent
number eighty-pine thousand seven hundred and
twenty seven, issued by the government of tbe
United States on the fourth of May, 1869, to Emile
Victor Audibert of New Orleans, who hereby trans
fers unto the said corporation all and singular his
rights thereunder, which rights the said corporation
in turn may also sell or transfer in part for special
purposes of utility to other corporations therein.
ARTICLE IIL .
Tbe capita: of said Company is fixed W the sum
of twenty thousand dollars, represented by twenty
shares of oue thousand dollars each, all of which
have been paid in cash; and for tne transfer of his
patent rights as aforesaid, E. V. Audibert is recog
nized as the holder of ten eneb shares, which are
deemed paid up at this time to the extent of ooe
thousand dollars per share, and not liable to any
contributions or assessments whatever. This cor
poration shall commence its business from tne date
of these presents. Every transfer of stock shall be
made on tue books of the corporation, and be signed
by the transferer or his dnly appointed agent.
ARTICLE IV.
The bueine>s of this corporation shall be conduct
ed by all the siockholders. who shall meet for t hat
purpose on the first Monday of each month. A
quorum of five shall at all times be sufficient for the
transaction of business. At their first monthly meet
ing they shall appoint ene of their number President,
who may be also the Superintendent of the corpora
tion, and oue Secretary, who may be also tne Trea
surer thereof. The last day of April of every year
an amount showing the balance of the business shall
be struck, aud tae profits of said business may
then be divided, if it be deemed proper to do so.
The corporation shall have the right to contract,
lease, burrow money, and make all compromises
necessary to carry on the principal business thereof,
and to invest in mortgage security and real estate
it* profits. The corporation shall sue and be sued
in its corporate capacity, and plead and be impleaded
according'y. A majority of the stockholders shall
be required for the determination of such questions
as may arise at any meeting, provided always that
the holder of one share of stock snail be entitled to
one vote, the holder of two shares of stock to two
votes, tbe holder of five shares three vetes, and the
holder of ten cr more four votes.
ARTICLE V.
The President is the legal representative of the
corporation: all citations and otter legal notices
concerning the coruoration snail be served upon
him; his term of offi.-a shall beoa" year from the
date of fiis election, but at the end of said term he
shall be re-eligible. It shall be his duty to exercise
■ general supervision over the affairs of the corpo
ration, and to promote its welfare. In case of the
death or resiguat on of the President oi Secretary,
the stockholders 'shall proceed to the election of
tneir successors for the remainder of the unexpired
term. In case of temporary disability a President
or Secretary pro terqpore shall be elected; but the
President shall never act as secretary, and it shall
not be competent for the Secretary at any time to
discharge tbe functions of the President.
ARTICLE VI.
It shall be the duty of the Secretary to keep a
record of the proceedings of tne stockholders and
also a set of commercial books. He shall furnish
the stockholders a balance sheet at tbe end of each
month, showing the true condition of the accounts
of the corporation. He shall be the sole custodian
of the seal of the corporanon, and, together with
the President, snail sign all checks legally drawn,
aud aleo all certificates of shares, and affix to the
latter, when lawful y issued, the seal of the corpora
tion. Hi« term of office shall be one year from the
date of his election, but at the end of said term he
shall be re-eiigible.
ARTICLE VII.
In no event shall the stockholders be responsible
for losses or damages which may be sustained by
this corporation beyond the amount of the shares
by them respectively owned, and all new stockhold
ers shall bind themselves to comply with the regula
tions hereinabove mentioned, or those that may be
made by way of amendment hereafter. The present
charter shall not be altered or amended, except by
a vote of three-fourths of the stockholders, to be
counted in the manner hereinbefore set forth ;«nd
no amendment shall be finally acted upon unless
the same has been presented and read two conse
cutive meetings. Any stockholders, by lawful man
date or power of attorney, may autnorize an attor
ney in fact to vote for him and in his name, place
and stead.
ARTICLE VIII.
Upon the expiration of the term of the existence
of the corporation herein fixed, the liquidation and
settlement thereof shall be effected by three of the
stockholders residing in New Urleans, to be chosen
by an election held for that purpose. Tney shall
have power to settle and wind up the business of
this corporation by public or private sale of its
property, and the division of the profits thereof, to
gether with the division of all of its other assests
pro rata among the stockholders, after tne settle
ment by payment, compromise, transfer or other
wise of all its liabilities. The said liquidators shall
have one year from the date of their appointment
to resume that liqnidation. ...
Thus done and passed in my office on this thir
tiethdayof April, 1870, in the presence of Theodule
Buisson and George Uuinault, competent witnesses
residing in this city, who have signed these presents
together with tbe appearers, and me, notary, after
a due reading of the whole.
Signed: _ _ _
A. Pepin, J- B. Camors,
J. Turcotte, H. Labasse,
Joseph Bayle. F. G. Barriere,
E. V. Audibert.
Signed:
Theodule Buisson, ) witnesses
George Guinault, j witnesses.
J. OUVIlLIER, Notary Public.
I, the undersigned. Recorder of Mortgages in and
for this city and parish of Orleans and State of
Louisiana, ao hereby certify that the within Charter
has been recorded in my office, io Book Society num
ber eight, folio ninety nine, as required by law, on
the ninth of May, 1870. _ ____ _
(Signed) O. DARCANTEL, Deputy.
New Orleans, May 11, 1870.
mvll Su 4w
ATT ORNEYS AT LAW.
Y W. ROBERTS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. SR Commercial Place,
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Will practice in all the CourtB of the parishes of
Orleane and Jetf.rson, and tue Supreme Court at
New Orleans, and will give particular attention to
the Collection of Claims. de7 ly
JOHN D. HOWARD.
LAW OFFICE

R4I...........St. Charles Street. .
Prompt attention given to civi 1 business in the
several courts of the State. fe22 ly
1. HAWKINS. ISAIAH TEA UP.
JJAWKIXS A TBABP,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
IB Commercial Place.
NEW ORLEANS.
R.
z«.....
je8 ly
D. ULUStMAk, Jr-.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
..It Peter Street...
Prompt attention given to all business in the
State and United States Courts. _ l alJ
fp a. HARTUETTB.
attorney and counsellor at law
No. 1U Gravier Stroot.
(Up stain).
j el g if HEW ORLEANS 8.
H
JENRY C. Je h. m. dibble,
AT LAW.
ATTORNEYS
as Natehea Btreet (Morgan's Building),
NEW ORLEANS. oe
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ALTER M. ARMSTRONG.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ho. 61 Magailn* Stroot. Mow Orloana,
oeafilm
MACHINERY.
J) «. MeCA.lt,
IBOX AMD BRASS FOUMDER.
Fulton, Now Levee, Noire Dame and Jnlia streets,
OMce, Mo. 185 Fallon Stroot. -
Manufacturer of Vertical and Horizontal Steam
Engines, Boilers, Bngar Mill*, Vasuum Pans, Sugar
Kettle*, Clarifiers. Filters, Steam and Horae Power
Draining Machines, 8aw Mills, Gin Ge^ng, Fur
nace Mouths, Grate Bars, etc. Seeond hand Ma
chinery and Boilers always for sale.
Steamship and Steamboat Repair* promptly at
tended to. ap201y
J^ANIEL Ac JAMES D. EDWARDS
Jtoe. Sl.%8. SC and MS Delta Stroot.
—AND—
Nos. if, St, M and ST Front Ctroot.
NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA.
Manufacturers of Improved STEAM TRAIN!
FOR MARINO SUGAR.
And of every description of
COPPER, BRASS, IRON and SHEET IRON
WORK, BRASS eOOKB. VALVES.
STEAM WHISTLES, etc.,
COPPER ITIIiLS AMD WORMS.
For Grain and other Distilling.
—Dealers in—
IRON PIPES and FITTINGS ol aUeizea.
STEAM and HAND PUMPS,
STEAM and WATER GAUGES made and r»
paired.
BRASS FOUNDING, FINISHING and PATTERN
MAKING.
Repairing of all kinds done at short notion.
ae2Sly
r pHOS. B. BOBLEY Ot CO.,
—DEALZBS IN—
Machtnerr, Agricultural Implement a,
AND FERTILIZERS,
Mo. • Perdido Street. Mew Orleaaa.
Gullett Steel Brush Cotton Gin*, GuUett
Hand Cotton Presses, Newell Screws, Stafford
Cultivators, Sattley's Gang Plows, Coleman's
Corn and Wheat Mills, Stranb Corn and
Wheat Mills, Stationary and Portable Steam
Engines and Boilera, Circular Saw Mill*, Ball
Ohio Mowers, Ball's Ohio Combined Mowers
and Reapers, with Dropper Attachment, for har
vesting rice.
Grain Drills, Hors* Powers, Rio* and Whsat
Threshers, Book-Binders' Machinery, Paper Out
ten, Presses, etc.
Hydraulio Iron Outtora, Crawford's Garden Cul
tivators, Feed Gotten, Corn Shelters, Wheelbar
rows, Plows, Sweeps, Scrapers, Southern Corn
Planters, Cotton Planters, Victor Done Mills, Oook*
Evaporators. antll
QHARLEM E, WYNNE M PARR,
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS
AGENTS
—FOB—
Machinery send Agricultural Implements,
lit Gbavibb Sxbebt, New oblxanb.
On hand at aU times a oomplete stock of STEAM
ENGINES, both stationary and portable, SAW
MILLS, COTTON GINS and OONDENSEB8,'
RIOE MACHINERY, SUGAR MILLS and
EVAPORATORS, DIAMOND GRIST MILLS and
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of every de
scription, which we are offering at manufaoturen
prices, and respectfully solicit an examination of
before purchasing elsewhere. mr29 1
BUSINESS CARDS,
JJOCTOR BELDEM,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Ha* removed hia residence to the corner of Race
and Magazine streets. Hia office remains at No. 46
Campstre6t. . . „ ...
Office houn from 9 to 10 A. M.. and from I to 4
P. M. From 5 P M. to 9 A. M. he can be.consulted
at his house, except when engaged in visiting pa
tients. myfflly
Q COHOES THAYER.
GENERAL AUCTIONEER,
Office, No. S3 Commercial Place,
Will give his personal and prempt attention to
sales of Furni tore at residences, sales of M erchan
dise. Real Estate, Stocks, Cargoes, etc. my29
h. HELL
ARCHITECT AND CIVIL ENGINEER,
Mo. 1U Oarondelok Otreot,
NEW ORLEANS
anil
Louisiana.
JJOCTVH GEORGE KELLOGG.
UNITED STATES PENSION SURGEON,
Has removed his office to—
No. SI® Mt. Charles Street,
jel y Near St. Joseph Btree
JANSEN'S
OYSTER SALOON
—And—
RESTAURANT,
No. 16 Royal street,
0016 ly__ New Orlean*.
JOHNSON A SHIELDS,
UNDERTAKERS,
Noe. 805 and SOT Magazine Street.
apS 6m____
g P. ETHELL,
MERCHANDISE, FLOUR AND PROVISION
BROKER,
Mo, 105 Poydroa Street,
W. J. TAYLOR, JOHN M. BURKE,
ja27 ly _ Salesmen.
J.
A. DE HART.
DENTIST.
IT.............Daaphfne Stroot.............IT
J»14 ly
Fenr Door, from CsnaL
M A ^A < &,SS , OOURT. NEW ORLEANS.
Ship Agents, Passenger Agents lot Hamburg
direct Southern line ot steamers, and
GENERAL EMIGRATION AGENTS,
are now completing their arrangements for supply
ing Foreign Labor, so much required throughout
th* Bouth, and invite interview* and correspondence
with planters and land owners. _ 103 It
j^RHOLE WEBER.
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Id,*.............Gravier street..............I**
oc9ly NEW ORLEANS.___
T WILLIAM DAYIS,
** * BEAL ESTATE BROKER,
SO.............St. Charles Street.............8
Masonic Hall, New Orleans.
Prompt attention given to buying, selling and
leasing of plantations and other real estate, P*7 i& E
of taxes, collecting rentB, etc. _ —28 ly
g HEAT H
UKALZB IK
TPHOLtTEUEB'l MATERIALS,
WALL PAPER AND CURTAIN GOOD!
Mo. SS Camp Stroot.
Window Shades, Comic—, Fringe*, Gimps, Oordl
Tassels, Damasks, Broeatelles. Terrifs, Plashes
Hollands, Enamelled and Hair Cloth, Pictoroe,
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Mirror Plates and
Frames. auMlyd
TORN G. FLEMING—
" GAS FITTER
—A>'D—
DEALER IN GAS FIXTURES.
144............Poydroa Stroot........
Near St. Charles Street.
NEW ORLEANS,
.14 A
Will attend punctually and faithlully to all ordan
entrusted to him.
Orders left in Box No. 15, Meofaanics and Dealert
Exohangs, will meet with prompt attention.
mj211y _.
gUSSE Y « OO..
Jones, McDowell 4 Co., Busan 4 Oo.,
Little Book, Arkansas. St. Loqis, Mi—ocrL
COTTON FACTORS AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
48.............Carondelet Stroot.............*®
Refers to Canal Bank, Bank of Now Orloana, Now
Orloana, Louisiana; State Savings' Association,
Bartholow. Lewis 4 0*., St. Louis, Missouri, oe*

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