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was saalkLW a h f!>
w the apanmaw .. .asates 3shns
was captari bS 1 am distma
In 1808, in bihmnda - Mr.
Jefferson annoio h .t d qgb
from Franoe I ding
the nowvigatiOr of ri-er
free from all rer
eign power . Was
onstr botued to
on both sides eg river, *i its1
mouth to its spure> d
an active apltr
the old oomtllioIt
Wet, wbiohin hv
and ett.l .im" t
continuour
trace ld 0
Maeepad
Havlmýný t
anow, a W
Bezýe, tothe tih m
meat, l
lent
flooJ-ti w ter
tories o
tatidn.
fronted by`° io n
arch, the IdaMf tt
lemma: w:.elwsetom a Ple t Ai
out and oocup
the. t!dm e
listnl WNit'h
homes behl d t ll boU 0k to, ey
lards d olableeaatoM a the
wild beasts who held it aetus ee
alon .Thi. o r..lt mt
olauenb .M.1' .t" i Y iý
on the shores of theIes. 77, . .
In the a
help from
hew to arrn
Territory, adeSv
endeavoa to gT. To
the number, abpo ~ a
ponlee, with -W IPu ""6 tas.
aembled in the v t rMhSpinslt
garrison at Ba s.dt -
parla4. au ligleto
rmy ly l t ho
ThO mia, a pt, dsor,
any espeblal loquaiihcg.1 ri new.
rem sibilltI 83 t' ae To in
of Pa hIopp ieoo .
thi small....toraoe, . wi , desLM t.e
of infantry and pL. ery, pre.
ented italf b1oree 5yhipartp of th4
Spanisht-forpusnpa4 emmd it to
surrenaer, the repon sp as a dertrslet
and s oor fl rttntslP .. It lhiitar
annaalsof i Pintab
for the aopttte' v= '
alone o - m h iit
encouraged a ebl o scur among
the lpA ids h 'i.iAfu
enoe upon t,, th ving
left home to oppree
asor, they IlatIu.itbl M.l
tion. After hea enduret the ee4
sad ilntaUllings nt dd
the sort during ~di, eA With. .a
matured plan tions
with mhuy on eht b
their expeditipn,. g m .
paring for theyý mea, eth, et
tie, whbih'ad fdbe eon r dbm
mon opposite'teyý r eIde'lt~.s e ftort,
where npaItsltfetsa* ma ,.d,
the embankment' ttt.urlk " theo
homely. p w, 'f . rmriant,' He
knowed ht'ad
crossed his o"" 1 hy
as falli '
he was right, ort
whole patriot .6rc ed*i th'
fort by the negleoted cow pth. .8
quietly had this been ff thaOd fth ien
after the paade ;ground inide w,.
cr-owded witth mounOted and armed se
tiers, the bshrllt 'Malrta'" of the Baaniesi
sentries was heard Itroem the wls trunt
ing the ri?'r and the pattlot .hiamp.
ment. Awaitiodlty~tfA the rtnroauh
.i dayligh4 t, they arre to inaih upL
the work l..hahn." .
Astouuded 4a so &pr~a olation at
the recognized rules of warfare as the
capture of a tort. t B sL.-.lOl tý 8 o
Spanardls seem to-haye-be.ýn as .ly I
demoralited a# * th6 4Wman eg q
by their first encounter wtt2he eId l
phants of Pyrrhus, aned thl te the
ana appearlpU<edraboet we etops th
terms of ca"itulqtto.nwpr all arranger
They aalke' tO' be pefttrltted to wýtv
draw unmoloeted tfrodt ctoatoaougr
and wfthal the aem.l.l."b Bpa6ih
authority, civil lad militalr, which was
pptlyan d as promptly
earried into executlon. Before noon on
the eam&4aL.tiIpdt,. 4.b.. a .tand
soldtere an domoem ý,re g dor,-islkdde
and AI9rpJZ. ~frn I slo3 it
several huddr ý l6 =o[. 'le line at
march for the eastern frontier ol the
Territory to.mta ae a ýr r to
the fortified posts of sM - tSpin
fielde it l I x '" 'l :'
Don Oasrlcsa e r fe Sa
Viceroy, a Tom
Oommardle -lb. iftf " .the patriot
forces, met on thoqprdo ground in
full view of thlt 1.tlhe brltr. put
pose of interoh g t or
filling a page of hfstory wih credit to
himself and °his ctt r bmas with
a praiseworthy, ablt4oi.o -bring the
elosing st eot ble f.tI.z.ip thSt11 'i
of Wathlrg1na and Oornwallisat Yorii
town ; Graudpresl~ll .1y dtareas 'th t
the cloiug aepet4lt ep 1 Sil4tio' A
career, huml ting t
relieved of some of fte vulg, common
place surroundiS.''uenr teo one
present to b fiitolfu
creations of what
sander ouKth q .
o$oer, tod Lp
graceful and 1l ,airmtr bf his
sword. Perhaps piotured nto tha;
personage a igodlg4S e ted. haughty,
proud waruior, Pra .uW on Lie galatt
steed; to NUohtýi u tdappt ion tie
could yield almost gladly, and feel re
lieved of halt his lOad of degra(tios.
How keen must haye bee.n Is disap.
polntment wheom a4tM El am ia plain
clothes, in appearanse, ha.P.nnoeyla.
nia Dutch farmet, blI(Aq4 tp eq
.tra.ser, rode up on ntoa Rh.39Pooh
larger than a tolluei sheep, and as
nsofned trlheei a. o"m , IPa ade 4
tal doftdhe tlet l s.w *etl e-,e*
Ie didsdin
, sw rep?
*0flLt ye . the King of 8peith
don onlI M Lelded to agentleman orr
solor ra
E ii on~C hi heelandforo
meite i 45 tIe ' t sdreceive
Swound 0r u +4l ie b lw day
siibsequently, in the city of Batco
Raoue. T? wotind watnficted byope
of the tribtb t was nwever publlc
ltno 'wa , w toS~~8 pr~ibl miss
,TL..i'7u lnguage ad geeturee a
etoken - ul ag tbuLoa to resume the
A t us + 3ý e B bugso cptured
and the republ of TlcIarni uitablieh,
04 4,vit onidy c.e pe oa k ilId.
b ` bry e St~- IN SAND.
There be manf O r bttltent flSw
e dbdlr de ý palisles, piukr,
eet m, carnations,
IK~lo a!' Mrs hite
1111 not., eor a*w Well for this
1ppa*;. nora an o ut platt as
of ofert depto deep dishes,
ttoq . wrdnob. dea4 with sand;
kbt b# oommO W.84ta 0ua4,B Uh as is
used for scourin urposess- cover the
mm bf m hb'atttl 1911 lStI lft a inch
,and thefa~ijtsa d lbowers, with
St dtown , ingtldl hein
TrillU pst1a iaai ou sprinktle
tiýblb Mild overt em; until s11 al the places
1 Cere arsbu~edre 4 jg®road
tMtl>I , 'alrB''CIIWV I MIIi Q1 l Y 11l be
,.ween. 3 8tiat ,thb a didi b dry,, rjixm
p J4 11e,. jr r uxoiýthe
eft e i he theta tend is any
p wletaexe ie & olm" ig Wab l drie
rei s asing aga ,qr fea Bled mbey
to'ipoui;4I eel ;tt W ul te eeks
ciefitiy u~-]tor pubo=awayi h a week or;
ed it ýAbi resqsepi Iet s foq-f
ritw2geAi
~Zdlf~ia~i·B~` º u c aiascedfb~
t» , UNDW TUK BotNt ?IIB..
, N_1Ytr. snk... slum hbesu
6nhiohed byls4w tsbkileo.4
monstea iiudeu hh'Uizfrmnati
monstem r2 fo.4 . d11e,
bt hQflrAetý shores
land. It tad atoumap ore by a
steevetme she thanits
day lrfrk"' Thet d bel he hfdeofWueu
aehtveh t caumfrnerenoe, It has
ght` tperng arm P shdrter' than its
,44,teiaeles. Ueb Sai bhe a side covered
jwit6i-wokerw, . Tbe orms radiate from'
tbe head, wtlqh is four and a half feet
lpiro-ui e4 ,.Mick is thhe central
of onne of tJAtii tpaýl l ,h*it fihes in
btny pin c pý rojects a
Vftl P li K 84 ike those
*:,t...; I M kiIe. @PAiLr,
.The tIQtuunaer o t
d . r (bey hei
t b ir.Wtin Asta, reenti
thad e tMalbttlrdirlbei to him b
0 ysong B y ftrmAjlelpo... "A girlhBs,
ay,.threelovel $ ht the Bey. "Siti
tikes th ebbllLb .live .sharcoa frond
toif .fthe fire; giving each of her lobr
a tioe, ishe tells thie tq place itin th
'In'ns dt bth hand.'d The fire biirnt
rough the bkin, the tendone are laid
bare! sometnme. the saoorots gentle
ien will resist till the fish has bees
burlt to the *one. ,JAer One.or two _
them generally seeouemb to the torti
the mai who leelets tt)& longest
the lady"." ",Did pod ever t1r #t?
,1No," said t. Bsy, laughing. "1 oi
get a Wife withbout ay trouble4 so I db
not care about burning my fingers. We
burn our fugers l quite e-.ou enough
a tep r l i tey , a it le,",
TWE ENsII ANUaINe PINes .
(Prao. Mmategafa, 1ltoence.]
0Of over 1on0 men, 6.7 have the indei
finger longer thola 'the ring finger on
bohn bhands, and of 'every 100 wotnegi
90.716 brve the bate opecddpirity, 14.14
per esant of lmen',and 14,56 of womeh
have the index, finger of one, hasnt
longer th he drig Aager, and the in
daý finger of the other hand ehorter
t.atr-the ring finger or of 'the smene
lea.gt; 9.48 .er pent of, pen and 1.94 of
ltnhle- b'ave'the Indei finger of the
same lenuth as the ring finger on both_
hands. Ohildred have the digital char
aoteretrtfca of the parent they most re
semoler' ° i ' m r"
A ol@lt .W'UrDNG.
The marrtafe between Alfonso XII
and Donna -Merbedes, which, it is said,
will t ke .plae r - Pu4 ja rv,iLs anmcnh
talked about..rifie .sgasea les prepar
ong, and the weddiug dree wil be _f
. .am )letoew-4 loieli ltR., with rioth
Alemeon lace overdress, in which t e
1Io e affecton botween eI- asene s4
law, and the I tae laahd to have a will
,of her own. 8bet 1bigbh rather thaI
v~9t4ý Ma r hodurs, an ugly band
when UB f rowr b olderlo4o pqkip like
her mother-ld-law.
we .Us woaN -oevanw.
The kingdom oeMta nm, on the island
aerfava, tsrtatr aw of Belland. It is
a rich and, bh pto. , , gnd from
time immemor la it as ken goverted
wholly by women. The king slandeed
a man, but he is merely a figure-head,
dependent qn his boul1 f Dtave whio"
oonlt me of three woiel ea ULe
dier,. militar, state and county om6ets
are Wiomeo, .~aL q.en of thee oommunity
bet.zg mercbants and..Jarmers. The
.kinl'ae. body-guard is a 'battalion tf
plaked amsions, who ride manufashio ,
Aemed with lanne and musket, whilli
latter they dischatlrge t tlll gajop.
The c&pttaelcitryl defended by two well
kept fortresses.
Oet your kid gloves at KreegPr's.
Read Nasmas invitation to We China arlae.s
egnfloeat vasm and jardialeres. at
Ohner's.
',w
..ssm , f " Mesdm."
The6 ,
aring ees up to the 4th inst., brings
Intelligence of dologs by, a free and in
dependent American that is expected
to lead to correspondenco between our
government and that of (ieat Britain.
It apears that some time ago. te
lfom t-Keys, ltuated it fo i roled oee
Sorant B&y, and to the eastward of
Kingston, Jdmatia, were leased by the
government of Jamaica to one Uter, of
Kingston, tor the purposes of fishing,
turtling, ete., eUt xeaobsoed the Keys
with a schooner and full domplement of
men to pursue she businets for which
he had 't-laed 't.b Sigq ~ brly in 'the
month of Adugbt hl teotnained there
until the middle pO September in pur
Va., and fyig tl mericsa . ag, ar
rived atte Keys, heeded a crew, erected
a hut, above which they pDt p a poID,
ran uo the stare and stripes and, as
they said. 'tooko pose.siona"o the Keys
in the nnme of the Ifulted States, claim-,
lntag ord ingt e, tO p, authorized
so to dO by' the Nlovrenment st, Wash
06. tb;=. tre lessee under,'tbe ,iritesh
government, protested withoust avail.
e.w.d hisemens an nooe left for Kinge
ton and laid t~e matter before the
proper authoritled, by vtoboz he was
flsustained in his protest.
he ,uestion, t ,beltevoedid Kings
I .l e Una eansatter <itlnquliry
by Lord Oarnarvon Sedretary of State
fot- the= O1l4n1be, br the Stat. Detart
ment t Wa.~ i n lton.
KXnostrol, Jalmaleo, Oot. 4.--An Amer
ioan sea captain threatens a filibuster
Ing eXpedititon t0 Morant Keys which
araepeuiep videasr Jamaica.. ke con
.eje. ,that t tOot poDk eaesidt' bf them
in l(66 in the name of the United States.
AL>V AWM AM33ONT*OY.
"By J piteri ase lovely nights.
Nbthn% Maril the serenity of the
scene, exclaimed young Jones the
-o.t ni. lry.ray or. s treCoent
a R.n with bis arm aroundthe waist of
his Venue.. But when the old woman,
op a..the window, AbbeiUl.P and
-u rnea piteher of water 4 their de
b tothheads..tey thouigtat had en
mof arkm q It as h ey 6iafetdfor the
atI& e come bae l You can't
toiet o y.t l.atgbhter'nI that milky
Way.'" Jone retorted: " Uranus
Oft .Md I1 be hanged if .I some baek
til g et ready," and he started with a
speed like the -meoaegerMeroury, who
is said to have wings on'hs :heels, and
allenorerigned oncenmore;. The old
woman says she will planet differently
next time,.-Naps Register.
sadniavra'e nvltatou to the Oh1o a X'alaoe.
(Get rour kid gloves at Kreener's,
-it lstmd eare at Offaer's, 11 O anal, oppo
site Varletles Theatre. 4
RETUL PFICE LINT OF TEIf BOU)I
STATUE OARI OF BDUCATION
-r oa tval'e Ta
PUBLIC soHnOOL OF LOUISIANA.
AS accepted by eonta'ot with lowest bidders:
ro ais itAr uoGia PD szaxaltAXr sa.ooota
MoOG s eoBleotic pelier ........ " ..... 15
'MoGf e's First e *...... . ......,... 15
McGuffey's Becond Reader................. a8
M Lufy Third PBesdar .
Mtbuffey Fon rti 9adgr. ..".....: ..
ro'UtiW di lttLL e1AbtD zit.MtsAtAti SO0ooLs.
Ind.pend,4t S.ellng B.,ok................. so
Independent First der .............. . 2
Independent Secon Reader................ 40
Independent Third Reader, i.............. . 6
Independent Fourth Reader ............. 70
Independent Fifti r"eder ..... ....... $ oe
Independent Bixth Reaer .................. 1 20
Willson's Larger Speljer... .................. so
Wtoldetor's Primary Dctlo0nsi........... 60
Butler's Introductory Ora!mmar .... ..... 2o
BUtler' Praotleal Grammar,.. .......... so
Bwinton's Com osition -- ............... ..... 40
Hart's OQlbot1r ~ Unnt het.ai. ... ...... 1 5
.lark's Easy Leasons li Language. ....... so
naury's Phls.iytl GeoFgrarhy.If ...... ..
Maury's World We Live In ......... . ..00
Mitohel})ris. tl.[rst .s.s in Gograo hy .... 46
Mitchell' New Primary Geography........ 7
Mitohblrs NtW Itt.ertisdiato Geography .. 1 66
Cornell's Physical Goography .............. 1 35
Ulmitry's rlstory and Geography of Louis.
iana................................ 7
Swinton's Primary Blitory ................. 6e
Holmes' United t es Histor......... 1 20
Robinson's Table Book.................. 15
Robinson's Progressive Primary Arithme
tlbwI asn's Progressive Intelloctal Arlth.2
metio.......,.................
Robinsbn's Progressive Budiments Arith
m etic .... : . ........ 40
RoIlinof 8d Pro rfssve'Pfrctlcal Arlthme.
tie...... ;... ..ý. . .. a . . -............. .. 7
B.binson's Progressive Higher A rithmetic 1 to
Robinson's New Blemtary Algebra....... 1 2
Venable's Elemolts le ometry.......... 1 6so
encerian Syrem 0.Penmanship ...... 10
Moore's Elemehts of Science ............. . o
Mhrtlnda'e's FirSt Lessons in Natural Phi.
Steele's Iouteef Weeks ln'Seinnees. each. 1 20
Cutter's First Book in Anatomy etc........ so
Carter's Elr-men's of General History.::... 1 20
Willson'- Fifth Beader...................... 06
CathKCrtt AIterary Reader. .................1 . o
Sargent &, ay4* W ymologioal Reader..... 1 8a
Worcester a ;opm "r, bi ensive Dletionary.... 1 76
Whtthey'. Z 5ntfii'of a nglish tramniar 95
Johnson & Brown's English Literature.... 1 20
Sandfior,'s Hig er Ariim6tic ............ 1 25
Webb' Mdel Etlmology................... 665
nderetsn'se 5fei. OStoa RoAter. . - ......... 1 6o
Peckiam'q Elementary Chemistry......... 1 se
Duff's Book-keening .... ................. 1 o
lBartholomew's Drawing Books, to numbers 1 9o
For Sale at Annexed Prices by the Follow.
Ing Dealers:
(lEO. ELLIS. No. 7 Decatur street.
(EO. ELLIR & BRO i Ra Osmp 'street.
W. E. SEEBOLD 6le6 Canal.
HEBERT & C0,,,ap Chartres.
P. F. GOGARTY, 151 Camp street.
Madame LELIEVYE, 174 Royal.
LAFABGUB A BB.EBBE, 167 Boyal
Mrs B. 8BUG.10o rlea~s.r
3A1 11h'ATRI0K. 10 Magadzne,
". ,. faLSmI&.L.0 L lnpstreet.
RENRY 4 A' dl8E8W4rta Magazine.
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B. YJ& U i'Patdhartrin katlroad Depot.
.- 4 44Y g J -ON, 4a Washlintdn street.
D. LEEd~.'%II fs stmt.
And B*,nstlN rsally throughbit the city.
IN QUANTITT TO THirTRADE,
1, * ; ; S i SosSseuad, br'
oeymou15 a Stevens,
WY a1 grab rws and Miathiers,
Asenb of supply forthe'oelowlag publishers:
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WMOL*. ALE D.ALS
-IN
WATCHES & JEWELRY,
S8. I dr.driT' hfstnf itat 6bfiabthfrteode,
PHILADELPHIA.
AlnetIcan Watch Whllesale Salesroom.
c0010 Srm ol
WM. D., ROGERS,
, MANUFACTURER 0)F
STA NDARD LINE CARRIIAGES,
i 50 ani tli Chesthaut Street,
.. .!ILA.g LP1IA,
Rafilufotort. Thfrthehth and Parrish streeta
suoeeeding G. W. Watson & Oe.. retirtd.
sets em eod
GARDEN SEEDS
JUST RECOIVED.
NEW CROP 01 TURNIP SEED THIB IEAB'S
GROWTH.
Also, a full assortmeat of all 8EASONABLE
SEEDS, including large late Flat Dutch
and Drumhead Cabbage, Superlr
quality.
tor sale at th6 NEW SEED BTOBE.
E. BAKER,
We. Z CAMP STKWRT,
* NEW ORLEANS.
Seed sent by mail, postage pald. All orders
prolutly # oýtgaio _ cull am
LO)NI V@ITIBR,
21 ......... L ET........:. .OYAL TREET........... tl
Rospe fuily in
f - forms 'hb iubls;
that be ida 0Ow
in store a .arIt
gssortmnt of
Baedaee, llasetio 'B1poLs Geatjeme. atdies
and Childron. The T.1ais'ep r.entIs under
the special charge of Mme. Y.J(TISI . Also has
a handsome assortment of fine Cutlory. All
articlesguArsateed Grtundlngand S arpeoning
pn TUESDAYS TH DAYS and At TUl
T. A. BEC .
Omiee a d sleearodn, Ne. 2l !ters at.,
Manufactory. OCrondelet Walk. bitweeu $oman
and Prieur streets, lew Orleans.
Has constantly oh hAnd Bugat Hogeheads.
Mola.ses Barrels. Half Barrels,- Kegs and Flour
Barrels, new and seeond-h.. d.
Order; for Hoop-poloe ftlle at the lowest
market rates. Particular attention paid to
trimming. se nsmd&w
PHILIP MUICH,
so, 2, 54, 56.58 and 0 North Peter street.
Manufactory--COoner SBt. ou and Mirostree..
Has for sale choice are-n HoWeheed and Bar
rel Poles; also new Sugar Hogsheads, Molasses
Barrels, Half Barrels and Kegs, all sizes.
Prices moderate atasfaeiou guaarsr teea.
el7 3m d&w
liMe. H. BAU8E [,
twtbwr'
B EGS LYrve TO INFOIRM ED CUSTOM
ers that she has transferred her m'le to
183 Rampartstrt, 4)etween i, ,l} and Du
Bece.ves 'barders from the elt. 'also from
the country.
Consultations from 11 o'olook a. m. to lt o'loek
p. m ,- F T7 Th. u
bSECIbAL OI ifE.
HE ST. BERNARD COAL COMPA Y HAV
T Ing removed from thBir did stand, to their
new and cbnfnhodfont oioice No. 29 Carndele'
streeta are prepared to fill orders for Coal at
the following rates:
PITT. .I. Dr 6 bartal.
BT. B N . 70. per barrel
6 per cent off or cawh.
oc4Th~uTu tfal W. 8. CAMPBELL, Agent.
RE1NRY KLUNGi,
LITHOGRAPHER, .IGRAVER
--AND-
P Et ]T TE 0 1R.
CUL........... lgane itreet ....... 1
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
All worR e .auted at Aew&York prioes. jy2s ly
REOPENING-
The unders'gned hegs to inform his friends
and the public that the
RESTAURANT
attaohed to his Confertionery on Canal street,
corner I arond,4le. havlng been reflittl, will re
open on TUESID\t, the 16th in4t.
As heretofore le will execut" orders for Balls,
Marriages, So rees and Receptions, with the
best our market rfnords,
N. KUNTZ, corner Canal
oelo0 m and t'aronelet stroets.
:ENECHAUD'S RESTAlltANT
$ Carendelet Street, near Canal.
Havtng thoroughly repaired ty RTtaurant.
desltfe to inform my friends and the tuilte that
I will re-o pen on Dl NDAY, the 1st of October.
I will conttneo the fix-d prices per meals, and
will receive boarders oft moderate t-rms
Boarders and transient customers may rest
assured that my cooking and the attention of
my waiters will not be surpassed by any other
restaurant in t o city.
I hankful fir the past favors I have received
from the public. I will eadsavor by a strict at
teonto to my eust mers to coptinue to deserve
their ktnd patronage,.
Pri tat rooms ut stairs for private dinners.
Orders for Balls and Soiroes reop etfully soli
cited. E. F. DBNECHAUD, Prtprietor.
sel30 tr
OaID GREA' CHANCE TO MAKE
O D.monrr. If yeu can't get gid
O you esnget grenbacks. We
need a person in every tbwn to take subscrip
tion- for the largest, cheap st and best illus
trated family atublcatitons in the world. Any
mone c~n hecoe a succesbful agent The most
elegant works of artwivln tree to eubscribers.
The price is so low that almost eve ybodv .eb
acrfbei. One agent reeport makflg over $150 in
a week. A lady agent recort" .lkng over 40o
rubscribtrs in ten days. All who i~ng8e malke
money fast. You can devote all you A. to
the btl ane., or ponay your spare ulA Zo,
need not be away Ir,m home over n ght. Tou
can do it as well as others. Fu 1 particulars,
dlreotions and terms tree. Elegaut and ex
,pnsl e outfit f see. If you want vrofithble wo k
send us your address at once. It coets nothtin
to try the business. No one who engages ulas:
to make gre. . a ddrs JOd RNAd
S THO PEOPLEm PrtrandA. "
"' 1e~o sm Portland. Maine.
F BUS.LH,
GUN AND WOIEMITrH.
No.a Oommerolal Place; New Orleans.
ILLL HaNolQlIG ICON RAIL NOB, ANA
tOeIerJ Nfone Work attended to at shoal
noroes and reasohable Drioee. A"^ Valelt
Lkes and Onpynnr Presses '.8rea: J".Dlloate
ey of all de ori tons e.a at repaaI
lnnan s.eisltv mv r'i7
GAlS FLYTURES FOR 8ALE,
Below New York Wholesale Pr1lces
ITHE.R PO THE ThRAE O0 PUBLIO GE.
ERALLY.
Also a large uenply of EnglIsh Pipe Hooks
Gas Fltters' Tools and Malleable littins can
bought, for eash. St less than f.otory anota
tions. a Ua o str eet.
i0s1 19 a. e.
ANCEJ.OMPANY,
wN. 14 CareUselet Street.
EIGiT ANNUAL RTATIEEENT.
Nrw OxtRmas, September 29. 18i7.
IA conformity with Article 12 of the Charter,
this company makes the following statement of
its business for the yoar enading AgJ taDLibU'
Firs premiums.............111,.88 42
tilv-r premiums ......... 40,884 59
Marin, premiums ........ 1073 2
Un. arned premiums, Aug.
31, 1876 ............ ........ 40.000 00-$204,041 23
Deduct unearned pre
miumn, Aug. al. 1877 - -... 4o,000 00
Returned premium a...... 8,o09 41- 43.o091 41
Net earned premiums ....... ..$161,48 82
Less
Fire losses........44,)4e 36
River losses -.--. 18,69 7 I
Mario loedes-.... 4..9 59
Unadj'tedlossees: 8 0b 00-o 7,83~ 72 ''
Re-insurances -. 17,314 49
Rebate, 15 cent. 10,175 19
Taxes and license 4,960 00
Expenses........ 29,187 47- 1,67! 15
$138.400 87
Less interest ............... as,4an & 94o030o 21
Net profits ....... . .... - . - 6518 61
ABSETB.
Bills reeelvable for premiums and
loans on pledge .......... .............1370.091 19
Cash- -- ........... ...............-- 1.48 s
Premiums In coursoof collection ...... 16.927 68
Invested in bank, insurance and otheor
stocks, bonds, etc ............... . 69,494 92
Real estate .......................... 11069 40
stock notes. .................... - 49,98 ·s
Total ..............................·a623.1 S
The above statement is a true hnd oorfeet
transcript from the boo.kslf the comPasy.
LLOYD B. COLE.AM , VrWdentd '
JAMES A. WamT. Becretary.
'City or Noiw "646s Y
Sworn to and subscribed before me, notary
public, this twenty-niftitdiº of Sc.tember, 1817
EDGAR GRIMA. Notary ?ublle,
The Board of TIrosteds, at their anitlat meet
ing hold on the 4t1 1i4st, resolved to6 pay to
per cent interest on paid in Ueeltl, iand de
e'ared twenty per cent Otvidend on earned pre
miums, both of which will be paid on full psid
$tock. and credited on dtC(k notes in part paid
on and after the twent. .econd da 6f OCtober
neat.
Hugh Allison., U. 1. .arrison.
J. H. Allin. J. Davidson Bill.
B. D. Autey. M. Johnson,
Isaac Bloom. Bobt. L. Moore,
J. A. Braselman, H. Y~j(ullan,
bam Boyd, John Meyers,
John D. Cobb, Edward Nalle,
J. E. Campbell. , Emile ., O'Brien,
W. L (hsbingo M. Pleifer,
Lloyd R. Coleman, D. II. Rtlplltt, '
G. W. Cary. Oeo. W. Sentell.
Temploe. Coons. WV. B. Thompson,
J M. Franker bush. 0. W. Wood.
Ben. OGerso. Fred Wing.
P. G. Gibert. T. B. Waterman,
Resolm
FACI'OR. AlN TiADERES'
INSURANCE COMPANY,
57............ Casadelet Street............ 7
Paid up Capital, $1,o00,000.
Assets April 80, 1877, $1,282,908 66.
ISSUES POLICIES COY EBftI FIRE. BIVER
AND MARINE BIBKS
-AT
LOWEST TARIFF RATES.
ED. A. PALFREY. President.
JNO. (HAFFE, Vice Prealdent.
THOS. Pr WALKER, Seoretary.
John I. NAble. T. Lytt. Lyon,
John Ohaffe. Samunt H. Boyd,
Richard Milliken, Joseph fMElroyp
J. I. Warren, Wm. J. Behan.
R. T. Buckner, B. F. EschlAman,
Sam'l Friedlandor. Wm. C. Black,
A. A. Yates, Chas. Chaffe,
John I. Adams, L. C. Jurey,
Isaac Scherck, Wm. Hartwell.
B. M. Walmsley, C. J. Leeds,
A. H. May. A. T. Janin,
B. H. Snowden. Joe. Bowling,
A. M. Bickham. Nel
FOR SALE.
BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
HE UNDERSIGNED IS STILL AT HIS
Old Stand, as Carondelet street,
And will sell carriages and buggles for a lower
Vr ice than any dealer in he South for the next
',xty davs to cme, to make room for a new fall
stock. Will sell lower than any dealer in the
city for CASH, or thirty, sixty and ninety dare'
acee tance, to suit the emergncy.
N.B.-I have exclusive control and sale of the
celebrated Emerson & PFisher top and no top
buggies, that cannot be surpassed for beauty
elegance cheapness and durabi ity in the
United tates. They are n anufactured of the
best mat',rial; patent wheels and axletrees,
ste-I bows, very liht and ye, strong, oil-torm
pered English steel springs-all ful guaran
reed; all of which will be sold in aooordnoe with
the times.
I have also a large stock of OHILDlREiý'
CARRIAGEB. from Sa uv to $4e;-a full assort.
meot of YELOCIPgDS. and the squarp JAP.
ANESE UMRELLAS, new style and Water
Droof. Call at 35 Oarondelet, and examine be.
fore buying elsewhere, and Pave money.
Again. 1 have exclusive sale of the work man
gfactured by Messrs. MeLear & Kendall, of
Philadelphia-the largraest and most Auecessful
builders on the contfnent of America. They
send their goods to every. city in the United
States; have many establislhd repositor.es,
well stocked with the fineet work, over thecormn.
try, and build 000 and 30oo jobe year. This
work is the very best a.ality for wear andm
fort, fully guaranteed for twelve monthr. hsl s
firm bhas stood all the fiz eriptos i
panics for twenty years, And to-day is ar in e#d
vance of iany establishnhent in te dountr.
P. ..-I also buy'larg y of M>d e rtsa y
nolds, of New Maven,. C., h
terprislng sldoss5rs ofr . T.NeW halTfl
build about sixty jobs a week---work that bannOt
be surpased for durabilityand flnish, t.uil
guaranteed.
Call at 36 larondelet street, ai . ...
PREMIUM d BONDS4
ALWAYS ON1 gANI) !&1i h)B` SALE I
straw fro sery.
LEGISLATIVE WARRANTh
Parehased by . . A.,LMOEL
arms tEA. S, e(lisv f1ne'4
EQUAL TO TH BESF~i
larais Street Steam Brewery
s......... mar.sl reet... .......
Between Conti and St. Lounfs.
. . P ?TIJUCE N, Pre.leter,
irms m NEW ORLEANLS
- " ..., . .
panoE ..--tri-'sh nia~-a.-"- d
PANY OU NEW OBLzAJe,
Oe4 ..............Canai _treet.........»....
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL STATEMZNT.
In conformity with the requiremenft of thelt
charter, the Oompany opublish the followinl
statement:
Premiums rseelved durlnt the Yea! ahding
May 81. 1977. including unearned prelnaha
of the Wrvious Yesr
On Fire BRisks...................... g I uI,.
On Marine Risks .......... ...... 4.478
On Bilver BRisks ........... ..... 7,679 IT
Total Premiumsa...,. ...*... u411. am
Lees Unearned Premiums...... cm.118 o0
Net Earned Premiums May 1t.
11:7.....1 ...... .. .. x.534
Losses paW
On Fire Risks........... 117.. 67 *
On Marlne te .......;.. 1.!,e7 ,9
Op ?lver Bis.kp...4...., *.m#,
Taxde and expensep, less
fxtereit.............. .
uelkuPrnees and Be.-.
turned Premiums.... 1e,l104o - 06- !11t4I
Profit .............. ........ 91O0.3 Ii I
ThelCtnnp&; havthe iblldt oning " asets:
Beal Estate.........................
City Bonds............................
Bank. Batlr^ad snd other Btooks
and Marta.ge d........... .. I,.,4.
Notes secured by mortgage..... ... a1,e
Notes secured by pledge.......... 41,,gy
Bills receivable..... ................ 76,14
Premium in course of collection.... ateg
Cash on hand.......... ......... 77.0a( 1
Total.......................... U1.07,3 I
The above statement is a just, true and eor.
res transcript from the books of the Compana
PAUL IOUBCHY. President.
G. W. ,Nor, Secretary,
, TAT. oF LOevrLAXA,
Paeish of OrleslOity ol'Kev Orletsa
: 8ott to. a.d euboerlbed bloe me the sev
enth day of *une, 1877. JAMU 9AlBTl,
Notemr Publa,
At a mesting oi'the Board df'Dledtors, held
on the seventh day of June, 1577. It Was resolved
to declarega cash dividend pf twenty mer oent on
the net earne4 parti.olatein premiums for the
year endlnk MAy t. .19.', payable dn thethird
Monday of July next,
Also.,Jo psv to theS'tookholders.on demand
Iaterest at the rate of five per cent per annum
pon their stook.
I.Ma. so' ry. ,ebeo.
Charles Irtte. pPatjo.
T WENTI-EIGHTH ANNUAL STAT.M.ET
-O7 TR.-
OBEB0E.T MUTUAL INSBUANE 00MXPA.U
Nsw OnLtANS, May Lg. 187T.
The TrusteeO, In conformity with amended
charter, submit the following statement of the
affairs of the company on the 3oth of April, IYll:
Fire premiums.........:...$188,068 61
Marine premiums.......... 9,81 96
River premiums............. s5.9s 3s
-. e
Earned trMantidm. less re
insurancsaadreQ rnprte
mlums.......... .......... ,$
Losses paid and edtimated,
Inolu4i.ngall known and
unpaid, say:
Fire losses........ * ,ba5 6
Marine losses..... 7,25 41
BRiver losses....... 76.l10 20
------ 0.11 tl
Taxes, expenses,
discount in lieu
of partiiopation,
eto.,.............!.al,8l
Less rgnts, salv
age savings, etc. 11.786 79
-- 1 4015 U 6140,R 01
Gros profits, ......................... .1.9t1S 08
Of which r6s.5 87 is appropriated to balance
of interest and liauidation of doubtful assets.
The company have the following assets
Bills receivable ..............o$e,ss a8
Lons on Bonds and Mort
gage ..................... 5. 8,9048 1,
- 124,5911
Loans on call................ 74,M 15
Cash ........................ .71
City Bonds .................. 7,o066 o
Bank and other Btocks...... 78.4165 U
Real Estate.................... 133.5
Premiums in course of Col
lection and Suspense Ac
count .......... .......... 88.415 It
Total assets ......8... $681,4
The above stateamei. Is" true and correct
transcript from the books of th' Company.
THOS. A. ADAMB. President.
HENRY V, OGDEN, Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this nine
teenth day of May. 1817.
W. B. KLEINPETEB
No ary Publ/O.
The B ;d of Trustees this day resolved that
CENCa B.ook of om say. that adlvden -
of TWENmY PER OENT in cash be paid oa
MONDAY. June 11. to those parties entitled to
receive the same.
Sam' B Newm Harris,
Sam'l H Kennedy. n rcew rtewart.
John Phelps, JoseI b tone,
Adam Thomson. Geo ee Martin.
enry Abrs W. fmL Moulton.
iotor ye, ure
JoB2 Wolff. PulE. Mertimer,
. B. Post John V. Moore,
Ed.__Pj]ary, *W.B. (onger,
nr .Bueh. r Ir.Preeton.
mPI22 1
SUN MUTUAL INbUILANC.
COMPANY.
aId lip Capual, sSe*M .
rBOW TEN TWENTT-7rBrT ANNUAl
8 ATEMENT 90OE tu.
* .t annual ear d pre
miums and Disoonfti
]lese emas. Taxes.
DivideAd on capital t
periteet....... ... M r --"en
market valt B
cash on hath and tM|a.
ams in course of oolle.
ot........................ 9 55L4N Y
Divkmad pai d IStook ten a Iper an.
nfuD. Sad Op pWscziepo tlngpoIs twenty e!
c¶at.je .j lelnoen cst dj._
ehltse dd o)r s . D mm~

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