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AUCTION S ALI . y Pl.aeMd . 5Spear. SLove street between Union and FrenohmeN streets, Third District. gg TH3 MATTE I OF TOE INT I|DIOTION O4 T IBANCI$0O P A RODY, aieoond Distriot Court for the Parlh of Orleans No, al,91. _BY I'LACIDE 3 .. B PEAI' R aop.f.e No. 48 Io-yal street.--AT0 tA, Jiv 14, 1877, at 12 o'clok m., will beold s a publq sun t~on, att hlo erl ante and AeU Oners x Cane,. on We.la street,.betw. .a and puetomhbouse stroots, by girtte ad n nureu reo a judgment rend r ung i. tad 3ut " of tho 1 and ulteh 1 Obrt for aria of Orleans, In the above entAi , the buildng andTImp ovmente s S1rlghte, ways, priv. ese adt.. . tbereunto boeonglng, lit gted t! r gny Third .letrlot o. tis A6t, .Oua - nuna ed by Love. enion. af. t reehmoen .troetel nx pait *1 as *round deltnatod a y the O, Sttim on orgl plan of mt eubur; sala Por . t rt. eMurn i k'ronoa mf Ura, o f4 front oh Ove trl, by lgO feet n ep1thi, .tndd on one stile by the property now oeer ieriylo Joging1 to Marise laque.tt,.j Oft liet rite sid by thr tellinter - if s qNqo, SI, now or Iorr,.'ly i bloggingto (oen oux. aermi--Vmº On adjulaOlto, At of loe before b s lny, notary pub lit, at th' expeonse of the purthaer, .e12 120 ljyS 1(114 IMI'IIOYED PI1OPER1TY ON ST. PA IOl1CK 8THiEET. FOUiRTI DISTBIOT. $UC(!B1MHION OF lBEN AND MARIA HOLMMS. fecond Distrlit Court for til arish of Orleans No, 8s,4W 1Y PLA"WIIE J. P'EARt. &uotlonor-Otioe No. 40 Royal slroet-SATUIWiAY, June ps, Frr at 11 o'clo¢k m.,will be seld at publ aution at Ihoe Hi. U;1harlo Au'tilon Exchae, aemen o'nlrlda Lt. (Charlee Itoll, on St. Charlstrt, Dotiwvn Oravlor and 'Cmmon asreet b vtue nad Jn ursunanoe of an order froem t Ho. -. Tissot, Judge of the n Dstriet ourt for the parish ot Orleans, ad Jutry 19,i 1570, for aecount of id iuuc ion- A iPITAIN LOT (O GI OUN eituated in SFourth D trict of this eityIn th suare unued by Washlnton, Ht, atri%. sixth and Denis treetiu, dlsit atod by the .o 1r. on 5. rtain plan drawn by I. Maoe hIusen, arehitet,t aed tih twent-igl itt of February, 1840, d - hojtei in tine o*l, of 1y J Oaste lotar pub - . ain ie ook Qf plans No.1sa lot. 1U; et front on Mt. Patri'k street, by a depth, b n 4allol lines, of 10feet, toethor with Ilidlg and improvement thereon. erme --t7h on tile pot, 4t of ¶le before T' ull ot 15., notary to, at th exense of te purchtaser. my22.2 joº l 12 19 VICTORIA BEDRIOOM SUITT, BEDDING, OCAIPEI'T, MATTING, LOOKING GLASHEI . and other House hold Furniture. SU.C.ERSION OF IFENBI DUVIAUD. .Recond District Court for the parish of Orleans No. 89,484. BY PLAOIDE J, SPEAR. uctineer-Office lNo, to Ityal street-- T .DAY June WI, 8l at 10%o edolk a. an will s public aLicton, at No, 40, tw ustm house and Jlionvil letreeta, by iitoe .nd Ia eguan to an order from he l . A. L. iSot, jtie of the Me.on Dietriot Oourt for e parish of Orleans, date June 11. 157, for INGT t PR DBlOO WIT 8 T 8, AB( DDINGD betaina Ma ilnet, alt ooin lasses aketd Household yurniture. ..rs-Oaash, njtl 19 9628 3y L. M. & ..J. ieattgomewr. .LT NlG PRESS, WITH TTP.E AND DIES; Sewingt Machines, Salt In ass aind Pockets Iron Safe, Ofolce Furniture, and one lot o General Household Furniture. BU0BESBION OF W. A. SBROPSHIRE. S oond District Court for the parish of Or loans-No. 89.,78. DY N. M. & 1. J. MONTO RY-1, [, . Mot rv, Auotloneer--W lb on - Sune 2, 1877, at 110 ae . oe atNo. iestriot urt for the parsh orleans, 09iV1 GOODS., belonsing to said suo on. AUCTION Ar3LS. By N.ah,,A IHodgso. UEN SHABE8 APITA BTOO LA VARIE tor uar no ntf hde anIt una d. aorni J Aet .fe, Nto all aosn due a resmentr On WEDNEMDAY, June 90, lf7, at 12 o'oloek n.. at the 8t, Charles Auction Exchange, will be IO rNSHA11ES (more or less) of the Capital Stock of La Varieties Assoolation on which as *-=esnnts are now vast due and unpaid, said M ENeing subjoet to all peat due assessments ng transforable on the books, in ac +rane wiith rticle ~ of the amended oharter Terms h on transfer. jela td By Placide J. Spear. ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTUTRE. GROCERY, BAR ROOM, STORE FIXTURIEE, LIQUOIRS, BLACK WALNUT AND OAK FURNITURE, ETC. )Y PLAOI)D J. SIPEAR, ,.ueo.ooesr--Of J flee No. 4 IRoyaln street-WED.NfE DAY, .Uno 20, 1877. at t11 o'clock, will be sold at the earner of Dryades antd Oravler streets, on ao count of tdepartlre - THE CONTENTH OF RAID PREMIRES, consisting of it largo and chotoe lot of family Orocerits. Liqurs. Bar Room and LIqlors and lIxtures. 8tlor Fixtures, etc., etc. The whole to be offered In hIok, with Ieaeoof the premlses the rate of seo per month for one to three lears, which Iho purvchaser will assume, and if nOt sold, to ho retailed out In lots to suit. -Also- ONE SPLENDID VICTORIA BED ROOM iftl very latest style), nearly new: heen in use months; Oak lining Room Furnlture. unae , Looking l(Jaiss. Crockery, and all . r useful articles, to long to enumerate. Ternms-Cash on adjudication, jetl td 1NbhJANCE OIL. THE BEST FAMILY SAFETY OIL. THE INSURANCE OIL is the only illuminat -Iug oil that has the full indorsement of all the leadina Insuranoe Companies of Europe and Amerioa. "The sample of Insurance Oiltand thehigh '.et test of flash and burning point of any oil Aver toefte for the Committte."-Noe York .board of Underwriters. "For illuminating purposes the rnsurano Oil a Perfectly Bate."-Now Orleans Board of $ealth. "It is our opinion that the general use of the ourance Oil would greatly reduce the number leamp flroes and explosions, and lesson the risk to destruction to life and property."-NewOr. $gana Board of Underwriters. Fathers and mothers who desire the safety of their children and homes should use the INSURANCE OIL. Put up in b.st barrels and also NEW PATENT FAUCET CANS. 4 For sale by Wuaollne and Pertable Gas Llght Co. 96 and 97 Gravior street. New Orleans. And by JERVEY. PETTIT & CO.. Galveston. Houston and Austin, Texas. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRIGES OF THE SINGER SEWING MACHINES. OOBes No. 91 Canal Street. 0yri 91m trJIRCIPAL ADVmRT3ENM1WS. PBOPOBALS. DAP' r WAmrnwo anzs P Ol &f l , New Orlean June is, i.if. Proposals will be reoeived by the Undersigned ill WEDN~ E DAY. June go, 18t, at 1 tam., for building a new IATBOBR POLIOC STATION adjoining theOstal str.et trry l ndingf, lower side. aooordMlg to plans and speoif.ations on file in the ofMe of the ltr Surveror. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All prties maklng proposals for this work re requtired to deposlt with the Administrator of mPintt , as evidence of their intention to abide by the adjudication, the amount of t1oo in dash, Which shall be forfeited to the city in ease of failure to silan the contract. Bidders to whom contract is not awarded Shall have their deposits returned to them on the day adjudication is made. No bids rece'ivd unless accompanied by esrtlifeate of the Administrator of Finance that deposit has been made. Proposals to be indorsed " Proposals for the Building of Harbor Poitc 8tAtion " JAMI D. EI)WARDS. Administrator of Waterworks and Public julld inas. jeiiid S NALED PHMiFOUALS DerAmnMv T Or TMPnitThs,) Iloome No. It, Clty Hall, New Orleane, June 10, 1877. Heeloed voosals will be roodived at this office until IFJUDAY, June 1p, at 12 o'clock m., for the pororunu.oo of the oontrast erified in ordinance No. eam, Administration Bories, and heroin uade part of this notifee. SiprafleOtions for the various contreaet are now on file and can be xamttnod daily at the office of the City Hurveyor, JOHN MoCAFFREY. Administrator. MAYOBALTY or N.w ORnLAN, I OCity Hall, June 12, 1877. [No. 9982-Administration Series.] Rlesolved, That the Administrator of Improve ments be and he Is hereby instructed to advertise that he will receive sealed proposals until Tue. day, June 19, at 12 m., for the following work: i. The contraot for repairing and keeping in repair, for the term of two years the paved and unpaved streets, cleaing of all gutters and streets, removal of all garbage and offal, etc., in the city; the Said oostraot to be sold in section., as follows: First section-All that portion of the oity known as the First District. Second seetion-All that portion of the city known as the Becond District. Third seotion-All that portion of the olty known as the Third District. Fourth section-All that portion of the city known as the Fourth District. Fifth section--All that portion of the city known as the Fifth plitrct, or Algiers. Sixth seotton--All that portion of the city known he the Sixth District. Seventh section-All that portion of the city known as the Seventh District. F. The contract for repairing and keeplag in repair for the term of two years the wooden, stone and iron street bridges, wings and crossing through the city, to be sold in seotions as fol lows : First seotion-All that portion of the city known as the First District. Second section-All that portion of the city known as the Second District. Third section-All that portion of the city known as the Third District. Fourth seotion-All that portion of the city known as the Fourth District. Plfth section-All that portion of the city knows as the Fifth Distriot, or Algiers. Sixth setion-All that portion of the city known as the 1ixth Distriot. Seventh section-All that portion of the city known as the Seventh District. 8. The contract fat repairing and keeping in repair, for the term of two years, all of the shell and ballast roads of the Oity, to be sold in two sections. First seootton--All that portion of the city above the esitre of Canal street, comprising the First, Fourth, Sixth and eventh Distriots. Second seotion-All that portion of the city be low the centre of Canal street, comprising the tecond and Third Districts. It is well understood that the contractors for iay of the above contracts have nothing to do with repairing any of the streets or bridges that ant of the oty railroads are under contract to keps rlpair. , The contract for repairing and keeping in repair and running the draining maohines of the city for the term of two years, they to be sold as folows: First-The Dublia Avenue and felpomene ma. chines to comprise the frst section, and to be sold together. Second-The Blenville machine to comprise the nd aeolian. Thtrd- he Londo Avenue maohlne to com prise the third section. SpeN atios for all the above work to be fur nisaed by the City Surveyor, and to be approved by the Oity Council. The work to be under the direct control of the Administrator of Improve ments, aslssted by the City Surveyor, subeact to uoch rules and regulations as may be adopted by the City Council. All parties making proposals for the above contract are required to deposit with the Admin istrator of Finance, as evidence of their inten tion to abide by the adjudloations, the amount of ive hundred dollars in cash which shgil be for folted to the city in case of failure to sign the contract. Bidders to whom the contracts are not awarded shall have their deposits returned to them on the day the adjudications are made. No bid will be received unless acoompanied by the certificate of the Administrator of Finance, certifying that the required cash deposit has been made. It is well understood that the contractors shall take charge of the different sections that may be awarded to them on the first of July, 1877. te it fuw'ther resolved, 'bhat persons to whom contracts may be awarded shall give good and solvent security, to the satisfaction of the City Council, In the sum of five thousand dollars for each and every section that may be awarded to them. Bet ifurlher resolved, That all ordinances and parts of ordinances conflicting with this ordi nance be anod the same are hereby repealed. ie it fur~er resolved. That this ordinance takes effect from and after its passage. Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or leans, June 5, 1877. Yeas-Brown, Cavanao, Denis, Diamond-4. Nays-Edwards, MoOaffrey Reogetorff--8. ED. PYILBUBY, Mayor. A true copy: Taos. G. RAvitn, Secretary. NOTICE TO DELINQUESNT TAXPAYERS OF 1877. DEPARTMENT or FINANCE, Oily Hall. Now Orleans Jun 8. 1877. 1 The list of delinquent taxes for 1877 is now being prepared for publication. All persons Interested are respectfully notel fled that the city taxes of 1577 will be for a short time rerolved at thio offitn without costs. ie.. tior__ - . 3. DENIt, Adnlistrator. TAX NOTICES. SPECIAL NOTICE. OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOR, Foulth District, 141 Josephine street, New Orleans. June 14 1877. All parties, residents of the Fourth District. parish of Orleans, who haye not secured llcenses for their respective trades, trofessions, etc., for the year 1877. are hercyb notified to do so on or before the THIRDI) DAY OF JULY next or sub J tet themselves to the oenalties required by law. ee act 96, sections 51 and 9o, extra session. 1877. t. U. BOND. State Tax Collector, Fourth District, je14 lw SPECIAL NOTICE. OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTORB Fifth District, Algiers. April 1i. 1877. . All persons within the limits ot the Fifth Dis trictowing licenseand capital tax are nereby notified that the office for the collection of said taxes is now open at the corne of reguin and Pattlerson streets, Algiers. M. J. BARRETT ap19 tf State Tax Collector JAMEB LINGAN. ATTORNEY AND WUuINSELLOR AT LAW; 5Y7 122 Gravier street M A.y O SWttX OlUALNo 14 .............. (Ciat Street............. 164 TWlNTT -THUIBD ANNUAL STATEMEINT In oonformity with the requirements of their oharter, the ODmpant publish the following Statement: Premiums received during the year ending May 61, 1877, including unearned premiums of tie previous year On Fire alsks ...................... $8P1,29e 8a On Marine Blske.................... 4,418 as On Blver ilaks...................... s965 97 Total Premiums................. 411,449 t Less tnearned Premiums...... 1185116 Co Not Earned rPremiums May t1, 1877 ................................ ,A89 Losses paid On Fire lilks ............117,881 98 On MarinoE Ieke.......... 17,0o2 50 On Blver Risks........... 8,590 77 Taxes and expenses, less interest ............... 28,698 as Beinsurances and Be turned Premiums. . 16,104 06- $185,814 66 Profit...... .. . ..... ...... *110,020 16 The Company have the following assets: real Estate.................. ........ 259,079 49 CityBonds........... ............ 11o,419 o Bank, Htalircad and other Stocks and Mortgage Bonds ......... 189,78 6so Notes secured by mortgage ..... 214,042 o Notes secured by pledge .......... 42,897 97 Bills receivable-....- ............... 75,164 19 Premium in course of collection- .. 49,o07 93 Cash on hand ............. . 7,001 Ia Total............................. s1.020,344 23 'J he above statement is a just, true and cor rect transcript from the books of the Company PAUL FOUIICHY, President. 0. W. NoTT, Secretary. BTIAT OF LOUISIANA, t Parish of Orleans, Ulty of New Orleans. Sworn to and subscribed before me the sev enth day of June, 1877. JAMES FAHEY. Notary Public, At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the seventh day of June, 15e7, it was resolved to declare a cash dividendot twenty per cent on the net earned participating premiums for the year ending May 81, 1877, payable on the third Monday of July next. Also, to pay to the Stockholders, on demand, interest at the rate of five per cent per annum on their stock. DIRECTOIB : P. Maspero Hy. Beeboe, D. A. Chalfraix. Toby P. Fourchy, M. Altfn. S. Z. Bellf, . W. Smith, Charles Lfltte. D. Fatio, jes if J.J. Fernandez. SflIBERINIA INSURANOE COMPANY, Office No. 87 Camp street. JOHN HENDERION. President. P. IRWIN, Vice President. THOS. F. BRAGG, Secretary. Earnings................ ................ 8,033 Losses vpid............................ 78,298 Net profits ..... .......... .............. o0.~5s At an election hold on Monday, the 7th instant, the following named gentlemen were chosen Directors of this Lompany to serve for the ensu. ing year: P. Irwin, John Henderson, Thomas King, john-G. Ryan. Thos. Gilmore. W. J. Castell. John T. Glbbons, Jas. A. Girdner, William Hart, Emile Gauche. David Jackson, John H. Manna, F. J. Gasquet. At a meeting of the Board, held May 14, JOHN HENDERS N, President, 1'. IRWIN, Vice Prost dent, and THOS. F. BRAGG, Secretary, were unanimously re-elected. TheBoard odeclared out of the net profits of the Company for the pret twelve months 10 per oet interest ~&lso 2 per cent dividend on the paid up cpital and lo per cent dividend on premiums paid by stockholders (making with the rebate, 8 5per ent on premiums). 8aid in terest and dividends to be placed to the credit of the stock notes. Interest and dividends on full paid stock pay able it cash at the office of the Company on and after June is pr9HO. P. BBAGG, SeCretary, New Orleans, May 18, 1877. je3 3m THE TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL STATE MENT -OF TfHE CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Nsw Omae.Ns, May 19. 1877. The Trustens, in conformity with amended charter, submit the following statement of the affairs of the company on the a3th of April, 1877: Fire premiums............. $188,o8 51t Marine premiums.......... 29,315 95 River premiums.......... 81,924 35 $299,808 81 Earned premiums, less re Insurance and return pre-* miums.... ....... ......... 228,235 15 Losses paid and estimated, including all known and unpaid, say: Fire losses.. ...... 67,835 60 Marine losses..... 7,285 41 River losses....... 25,510 20 ---- 100,1:;l 21 Taxes, expenses, discount in lieu of participation, etc.... ...........$51,802 s8 Less rents, salv a4o savings, etc. 11,766 72 $40,195 86 $148,257 07 Gross profits....................... 87.978 08 Of which *56.587 as is appropriated to balance of interest and liquidation of doubtful assets. The company have the following assets Bills receivable ......... 68,648 as Loans on Bonds and Mort gage ........................ 55,94 33 ---$- 124,591 70 Loans on call. ............... $74,554 15 Cash .. ................. 63,848 71 - $ 138,400 86 City Bonds .................. 72,035 00 Bank and other Stocks ...... 73,415 03 lReal Estate................... 139,544 66 Premiums in course of Col lection and Suspense Ac count ...................... 33.415 94 Total assets............ $581,423 79 The above statement is a true and correct transcript from the books of the Company. THOS. A. ADAMd. President. HENRY V. OGDEN, Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed before me this nine teenth day of May. 1877. W. B. KLEINPETER, Noary Public. The Board of Trustees this day resolved, that after paying the annual dividend of TEN PER CENT Capital Stock of Company. that a dividend of TWENTY PER CENT in cash be paid on MONDAY, June 11, to those parties entitled to receive the same. Thos. A. Adams, Fred'k Camerdon Sam'l B. Newman. J. L. Harris. Sam'l H. Kennedy. Andrew Stewart. John Phelps, Joseph Stone, Adam Thomson. George Mart!n. Henry Abraham, Alfred Moulton, Victor Meyer, L. C. Jurey, Edward J. Gay, Edward Nalle, Joseph Bowlin.. Geo. W. Sentell, Bi.n n Hernsheim, A. Levi, ilmon Forcheimor, Wm. H. Matthews. Jos. B. Wolff, Paul E. Mortimer, R. B. Post, John V. Moore, Ed. Pilsbury, W. B. Conger Jno. E. King, Henry L Preston. my22 l INIUWWRWZ ELEVENTH ANNUAL STATERIar -~ --o. ----- -OP TmS FACTORS' AND TRADERS' INUVRAN$CE COMFPAty. 57......... ARONDELET STREET........ *7 Nas ORLIaAs. May 17, 1877. The Trustees, in conformity with the charter of the Company. plbllsh the following state ment of its affairs for the flsoal year ending loth April, 1877, to wit: Premiums for the year fire risks..... ......829e,98 5o er risks......... ..20o,o 28 rine rlsus...... ..... 87,228 81-8807,707 19 l8s Unterminated premiums. 1877........ 8.0,a8 00 Return premiums.9..... 09,487 27- 98,815 27 Net earned premiums .............. 984,981 s Losses paid, to wit: On fire risks.. .8100,297 27 On river risks.. 104,069 49 nmarinerisks 84,708 97- 23.9,75 78 -insurance.............. 31,194 s0 Rebate account........... 11,746 72 State and oity taxes and Ii cense8............. 2.. 5,122 70 N. O. Board of Under writers ...... ......... s,82a Gross general expenses.... 89,849 44-- 856,412 27 Balan e.......... ........ ...$112,589 Add interest and discount and say ings received...................... 88.00s 0 8201,142 95 Less first semi-annual Interest pald $01,14 on Capital Stock, s per ccnt, and second now du, per cet....... oo100,000 on Net profits ....... ........ lo1.142 95 Reserved to cover losses..... 2I,000 00 Balance divided on not premiums, 1876-7.............................. 78,142 95 The Company have the following assets, to wit: Cash on hand ................... $319.082 40 Ace ,unts in course of collection..... 81,114 11 Bills reedy olv on pledge. ........... 456.587 60 BUIIs recHivable for premiums...... 20,018 79 Bank and other stocks .............. 208,5r2 16 City, State and other Bonds....... 148,122 28 Bonds of Masonic Grand Lodge of Louisiana ...... ....... 5,000 00 Bonds of Odd Fellows' Hall Associa tion ........................5,000 00 Bonds of Association for the Iellof of Jewish Widows and Orphans. 2,500 00 Real estate ............................. 77.010 81 Total.............................. 1,282908 66 The foregoing is a true and correct statement from the books of the compa..y. ED. A. P'ALFIIEY. President. THos. F. WALKER, Secretary. STATE OF LOUISIANA, Parish of Orleans, City of Now Orleans. Sworn to nnd subscribed before me this 19th Su May, 1EDWARD IVY, Notary Publio. At a special meeting of the Board of Trustees held on the 17th' inst. It was resolved to pay on fewmnd a SECOND i5MI-AN1NU' L INTEIRESr OF fIYVE PER CENT to April 80. 18771 makin 10 ifr citt per annum on the CAPITAL STOCK of tr coq.rany (81.000 000). and a cash dividend of TWENRTYAer cent to stockholders on the amd Mrt..7s9,t588 97) of their net participating prertlhms for the year pndlin A 8 r 0. 1877. ED. A. PABE¥.Y PrAsidrnt. JOHN OCHAFFE, ice President. Taos. F. WALKgB, Secretary. TIUSTEES. John I. Noble, T. Lytt. Lyon, John ChaffTe famuel H. loyd. Richard Milliken, aJseph Mo lroy, J. I Warren, W J. Behan. I. T. Bucknor, , F. Eshloman. Samuel Friedlander. Win. C. Bl mk. A. A. Yrtes. Chsrl-s Chaffe, John I. Adaems, L. C. Jurey. Isanc Bherek, Wmin. Hartwell, R. M. Walmaley, C. J. Loeds, A. H. May. A. T. Janin, S. H. Snowden. Joseph Bowling, A. M. Bickham. my20 lm UNION INIURIANUE COMPANY OF NEW OILEANS. TWENTIETH ANNUAL STATEMENT --Of TH$E UNION INSUtRANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS, Published according to law and their charter, Amount of premiums received during the year ending April 80, 1877 Fire premiums........................ $70.980 15 River premiums....................... 11,083 . Marino premiums ................. 5.972 43 688,038 93 Loss return premiums .......... 781 95 7,~63 908 Paid losses during the year Fire losses .............................5 33,029 62 River losses..................... 7.190 64 Marine losses............................ .575 49 $48,795 75 Reinsurances ......................... 2,007 84 Rent................................... 1.500 00 Taxes...................... ............. 910 oo Rebate.................................. 8.9977 28 Expenses, less discount and interest.. 10,756 63 Reserved for untorminated risks..... 15,, o ao0 $88.577 50 The assets of the Company are Loans secured by pledge ............... 9,952 27 Loans secured by mortgage.... ...... 16,350 00 Blls receivable for premiums......... 5,929 38 Stocks, bonds and other securities.... 144,071 74 Real estate . .......................... 11 7 30 Premiums in coours' of collection..... 106.407 06 Cash on hand........................... 524 95 $214,202 70 The above statement is a correct transcript from hoe books of the company. A. C. CItIAPELLA, President. J. M. CRAWFORD, Secretary. STATE OF LOUISIANA, Parish of Orleans. City of New O leans. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of May, 1877. JAMES FAIIEY, Notary Public. DIRECTORS: V. MAIGNAN. H. GALLY. A. BONNECAZE, J. BAYLE, B. SALOY. A. I. BROUSSEAU H. LABASSE, L. D. SAIIPY. A. CIIIAPELLA. myl5 4tTu SUN MUTUAL INSURANCI COMPANY. Paid Up Capital, $500,000. FROM THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR 1876. Net annual earned pre miums and Discounts and Interest .............. 47.55 Losses. Expenses, Taxes. etc....... .......,,..... $277,207 94 Reserved fund 10,000. and Dividend on capital 10 per cent. ............. 59,547 47-883,755:. NetProfit ................. 671.208: Assets of ttb ~v,,any es timated at their cash market value: Stocks. Bonds. Loans and BIlls Receivable ......... 898.599 78 Cash on hand and premi ums in course of collec tion ................... 18.. . 98 45 96586,29821 Dividend paid on stock ten per n tper an num. andon participating policies twenty per cent. payable in casn. This old and reliable com anyis issuing poll. dles on Fire. River ad Marine risks on the most favorable terms. All losses promptly adjusted and settled upon liberal terms at their office. $as amp street. JAMES L DAY. Sr mldent. H,. OAmNTe . Secretaryr, tullr B. M. & B. J. JMONTGOME Y'S Furniture Emporium, ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET. The Largest and Most Centrally Located Farniture Establishment in the City. -0- Oonntanti. on hand, and at the LOWEST IMABKIET PBIOB. the largest and best seeet assortment PARLOR 000:S To be found in the Bout consisting of Suits Upholstered in Brocatel, Cotoline, Reps, Terry and Hair Cloth, and Finished in Gilt. MARBLE TOP INLAID OARD and PANOT TA BLEý: French PLATE MIBRROR and Patent Pan OcHAIi; fise BEDROOM SUITP, with ftrenh Dre ser Dresing (ases and Armoire; u French Plate HALL STANDS with HAL HA to match; DINMING-ROOM aw LIBRABIY SUITS erery grade. cr comlete assortment of MEDIUM and OOXW5 FURNITURE. of every grade suitable for oouatlb Y and plantation ue. Alarge stokL of boxed and knook down PatrnituN and (hair. SPtPINd HAIR and MOBSS MATTRIESSES H and FEATbER PILLOWS and BOIS)5 me LOUNGES, made to order. ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EAST AND WEST, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY. All Oonds packed and shipped free of charge. Thanking our friends and the publie for their past patronage, we solicit a continuance of the same in the future. R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY, Armory Hall, No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleans. mhs tf RESTAURANTS. TRINCONI'4 REnTA IUANT --AND ICE CREAM SALOON, OUT ON THE PIER OF THE LAKE END -Of the- PONTCHARTRAIN IIAILBOAD. The flno·t of fish, fresh from the lakes. Choice Win's and 1iq ors always on hand. All orders for meals can be lft, at TRIROO NI'H, corner of Canal and Decatur streets where they will meet with proper attention. Prioes mod orate., jl3 BOUDlHO'S RESTAURANT, LAKE PONTCHABT3AIll. je8 itt JARY & HAUS8E, Proprietors. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEON QUEYBOUZE. OBOAB BOIL. QUEYROUZE & BOIS, Wholesale Qreenrs, DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUOE, At the Blue stores, Gorner Old Levee and Blenville streets. del4 '7 lv New Orleans Slate Ro' le ComFlitiu. Fire.Proof d Preservative Coating FOR SHINGLE AND METAL ROOFS. O. eaat will make shingle roe flre-prooe p re, eser.e theta from deety, thop erdIn nary leeks, L d a proe se quality of tbhe water; and is equal to1 M re ratf at ordinsry paint a a preserlvative eoatlng for mtels,while the rot is hbat lttle. This CompestiOna meret with an Incre.sed demand wherever nete asrd. fed moet met con/oaaunded wk laoofai Pointe so e.de.elpl adverised bh Norikern r fl , as thlis i maeufaotured by the usdersigned. lend for ciroular. EDWARD THOMPlON, Manufacturer and Dealer in Roeoang Materials, eO Barenue St., New Orleans, La. _e13 |Iml NEW ORLEANS LAGER BEER. CASPAR LUSSE, Nos. 476 and 4758 Chartres Street, Announces to the proprietors of BEER SALOONS, and to the public, that having com dplted his Immense apparatus for maaufao uring LAGER BEER, He is prepared to sell the same AT A LOWER PRICE than any other HOME-MADE ARTI OLE, and of as good qnality as any similar arti clo produced in the UnitA l States. mll7 8m LEWlIS' PRUEPARATION of Fine Cast Steel to the Sulphuretted Dust, Those having used and tested the value of this compound are roesp tfuily informed tha it can be hate at the I)rug Store of I. L. LYON and many other druggists of this city. To tile uninitiated and skeptical I will say that, in placing it before the public, I have de viated from the whole conclave of inventors "of the eurest and best anti-bilious mnPdi(inss" etc. I allude to their invariable secresy of Ingre dients. The usual and only other mode in pro ducing Sulohuretted Iron is by the hydrogen process, where it is made by hundreds of pounds for the commerce of the world, and is not to be depended on, as it contains too gro It a proportion of carbon (charcoal), which cannot be avoided in the process of their manufac turing it. This Sulphuret of Refined Steel is the pure sulphuret of stool, having not a particle of for eign matter in its combination. It is made by hand. Those eminent professors of chemistry and physicians of France, tog-thor with the United States Dispensatory, state that the great object in administering iron is to get the greatest lquantity into the gastric juice of the stomach, as it is intendad to renovate and purify the blood, and its known value as a tonic. my4 tr W.T.L. P. 0. FAZENDE, Stock, Note and Bond BROKER. OFFICE--No. 175 COMMON STrEET. mh24tf PREMIUM BONDS ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE IN SUMS TO SUIT. TI CMIrOjl.-s LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS Purchased by A. LEB OBE, an2I No. 5 GOalier Court, DENTISTRY. J. R. WALKER, D. D. 8., No. 180 Delord Saeet, Latest Improvements and best styles of both rative and Mechanical Dentistry at most Moderate Price. Oontour Filnw tapecalty RAILROADS. THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE. PASSENGER BOUTES TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. Reorgaulzea for the ummner of 1817. Working out of New Orleans via the N. 0. and M. RI. h., nd presenting the following attractive lines to the attention of all North-bound Tour ists and Travelers: Route No. 1-All Rail. Via Montgomery Columbus, Macon, Augusta, Wilmington. irichmond. 6O Hours, New Orleans to New York. The same time always as by any other line. Pullman Sleeping Cars to Opelika. Solid Day Trains thence to Augusta, with Pullmae Sleeping Cars attached at Macon for Wilmington. Through traip Wilmington to Richmond and New York with kegant Parlor Cars attached to Richmond-thence Pullman Sleeping Cars to New York. ALL CHANGES AT SEASONABLE 11O1BS AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY VENTILATED CARS. Rounte No. I--Ba Line. Over the same lines to Wilmington as by Route No.1. Thence by Speclal Parlor OUrs to Portst mouth,. a. Thence, at s:ao p. m, daly (ex.*et Sundayj the magnificent steamers of the BAY LINi to Baltimgre. Thence by New York Express, arriving in New York at 2:06 p m, A slxty-nine hours' run--only seven hours In excess of all rail time, with the advantage of an undisturbed night's rest and superior acoom modations upon the Ohesapeake Bay. Route No. --The Old Domanlnla Lioe. The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports mouth as ioutes 1 and 2. Thence. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at s:N p. m. bythe magnificent sldewheel steamships of the OLD DOMINION COMPAN . which invariably arrive at their New York wharves at 9 p. m. A through run of 76 hours, combining the essential elements of Cheapness, Speed and Comfort. Passengers should leave New Orleans atur* days, Mondays and Thursdays to connect close ly with this Lin For Tickets, Cheoks Time Cards, wnli all in formation, apply at the offices of the New Or leans and Mobile Railroad. A. POPE, General Passenger Agent. J. H. WHITE, Southern Passenger Agent. U. W. FOWLER New Orleans Agent, corner St. Charles and Common streets. myt tf GNEIAT JACKESON ROUTE. NEW ORLEANS, iST LOUIR #?WD GHIAGOU iaLR AI)A LINES. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS, will depart and arrive as follows: from CallIope street depot from 1877: PDPANr. AItlvL, Express No.1.5:30 p. m. I Express No. 3.10:80 a.m Expross No. a 8:30a. . Express No. 4. 6:2 a.m Nos. 1 and a run daily, 3 and 4 dally except Sun day. PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING COAB through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago. Cai ro and Milan, Tenn., without chan e,and for St. Louis a sleeper is taken on at Milan, enabllng passengers to go through without leaving the Friday evening's train makes no connection at Duquoin for Chicao. Aceommodation trains between New Orleans and McOomb itty: Leave New Orleans a:30 p. m. Saturday; and 7:36 a. m. Sunday. Arrive 9:20 p, m. Sunday, and 9:15 a. m. Mon daickets for sale and information given at Camp street, corner Common. under City Hotel. A D. 8HELDON. A.rent. E. D. Fsar. General Manager. ml2 THE NELn_ ,JI1dLE BAIL THE OBEAT 'HTEOUB H ROUT To Tm EAST. NORTH AND WEST. Via Louisville via Atlanta an via Slos., Trains arrive and pepart from DeDs., tIot of Canal street, as follows: PaPerT. I amzr Express...... :45 a. m. Express......11: a. m. Express......5:00 p. m. Express...... 9:6 p. m. Coast.........3:16 p. m. I Pullman Palace Oars daily to Cincinnati, Lou Isville, Nashville and St. Louis without change. and only one change to New I'ork and Eastern cities. Ticket Offce corner of Camp and Oomm.s streets. oppoeie CiOty Hotel. D. B. ROBINSON. Superintend't, mhs tf J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent - . . ...... . ......... ..- ..- - A Third of a Century. J. B. VINET, with E. VINET. OBOCKEBY. CHINA, 3LASSWABE. AND HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. Over thirty years' experience in the business. New store and new goods. 07 Oaasml street, betwees Biargad yad Ram..vDt .treata. fte lv Southern Shoe Factory OF JOlH IIANSEN, 33 and S5 Canal street, New Orleans. TO ALL SOUTHEBN CITIZENS. I am of the same opinion as yourselves and am determined to help build up the manufao. turing interest of our native State in order to hel the laboring classes and keep the money which would otherwise go to the North, at home: About a year ago I started my Faets ry, and by using the best material and paying my hands romptly. Ihave been enabled to extend my usiness and support see women and childr that would have otherwise left the Sta order still to increase my Factory. I won anesti call n on the merchants, not only o e ty'ut of e whole co try, to gve me dell v JNd N