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LEOISLATIIUE OF LOUISIAIA.
THEN BENATIL FmIDAv. March 12, R180. Linut. Gov. MoEnery called the Senate to order punctually at noon: twenty-olght Bena tore present, a i quorum. bonator Demans. by consent, withdrew his joint resolution offered on the previous day requiring our represeontatives in Congress to obtain a reduction of the tariff on all grades of sugar. A petition from cltlzons of Vermillon. relative to the undralned lands of that parish. was rofeored to the Committeeoo on Federal ioe latlons. (IOMMIITIECi RIPOIRTR. By Senator Watkins. from the Jadiclary Com mittee-Unfavorably on the amendments of the House to Benate bill No. so. relative to district attorneys, and reported back House joint reso lution relative to the Freedmen's Bank.1 NEW BILIS. By Senator Bogers-Senate bill No. 165. rola tive to the system of pilotage In the port of New Orleans. By Senator Ounningham-Senate bill No. Ina. relatlve to the establish of an Insane asylum at Eatchitoches. Houe bill No. 75. relative to a bureau of aarl oulture. wra called up and referred to the Com mittee on Lands and ILvees. The majority and minority reports of the special commlttee on the New Basin and Canal came up and woere recommitted to that commit toe on motion of Mr. Luckott, who remarked that the committee might arrive at some under standing to revort unanimously on the sub ect. ISEOND IltREAINOS. Senateo ill No. 119. relative to boards of healtH throughout the 8tate. Referred to the Comminlto on Honlth rltd Qularantino. Benate bill No. 10., relative to the comUpensa tion of witnesses. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. Senate hill No. 111. relative to vital statistirsc. Beferred t, the Comrnmittee on Health and Quar antino. Senate hill No. 16l. relative to partners it nor.tndfan. Referred to the Judiciary Com mtttee. Senate bill No. Ils. relative to a university for colo0rd tpeop'l. lrefrroed to the Committee on Education. [The clerk of thle Ionuse apuonrod and re ported that tthe House had concurred in Menate bilh No. 19. rielative to tan griculturail bureatu: No. s2. to ameld uect Ion 1921 relative to crimes and offtnoes that are not necessartly punish ablo by deathl or lmnprisonment at hllarli Iltnr.l Senate hill No. oS. roeltiv, to the c~'ost and fees of the HiuprIomo and other courts. Lies over until prlnted. Scutte bill No. 141. mmending the quarantine aw. camRe Iu rCegularly. The qunarl.ltillo les wore reduceld mlterially illn ott or two i.is tlteH. The qlation of Iholsllary of the Mltstssippi river rli lrauti o tlihsictan gave rtis to sotme debate. Stniator Aby proposed to fix the salary at Senator Parlatgoe moved to reodeo it to s'i n. SBnators Ltcikett anlld Unnt flgtioll spttke in favor of ith former tlguro. ind boutntrR Do)lnas anti Malrrston lratilnt it. Slenator Alt', proposlition prevailed. The bill ws thoull oengrossed andt road a third tint". The onllndalr Was announced as exhlltausted by the Presittet Housrr bill No. 15. authorlzlna parochial and muntctltal norporatlious to recetive evllonen. of their indetnbtorliness for taxies and llounses, was takoe up. The lramendmlents offered by the committoo wore adopted. Senator FE,stor offered an amendmdment. ln sub stanco requlliing tilh court to ,nta s upon the validity of ovidnllls of indobttintlrss before they can bhe rteidved for taixen, and stroke at length on the rnloendlment. He was otionsed by Bonator Lonke. who ob eosed to utl joLtini. dollnlnuent taxteares (lo whose Interest, the !Ill witL framed) to thle ox penses of juhdiald Inqrulry Into tLo validity of thrb warrants. etc. Sulrtor Marstonl favored the amrndmont. which. however was laid on the table on mo tion of Senator itut.l, tHson. The btill was read a tlaird time. Senator Leake offer(S a resolution requtring the Joint Committee on Charitable Inst it utl ons to inquire into the flouncial affairs of the Lou slanei Stute Univ1ersltv and Mechantcal and Agrlcult ural College. The resolution lines over under the ruleos Senator Cunningham oltj ating to action upon It at tsla time. The Senate went into executive seosson, ad ourning immediately aftorward until Saturday at noon. HOUSE upOF BgPRgBeINT&TVEw. FaIDtY. March 12. 1880. The House was c Illhd to order at 11 o'clohk, Representative Coarove in the chair, and seventy eight members present. RESOLUTIONS. A resolution was Introduced by Representa tive Henry. iustrutl Ing the Committee on Pub lic Lands to inquire Into the status of title of those lands witutn the tr.ate granted to the State or railroad corporations. with a view to ascertain whether some means may not he taken for the protcc'lon of citizen settlers upon such lands. Lies over. The re-olution introduced by Representative Altken. instructing the City Debt Committeoo to iquire into the question of reversion of the New Orleans Gas Comnpny to the city of Now Orleans, was referred to that committee. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. By Representative Henry-An act to regulate the making and publication of statements by insurance comDLuies and assocIations, and prescribing the poualties for violations of this set. SENATE BILLS ON THIRD READINO. "An act to amend and re.enact section 997 of the Revised Statutes of 1870. 111 regard to chal lenges of jurors in trials of criminal cases." p'secd Its final roiadlng-yeas a2, nays 1o. "Htenate concurrent resolution providing for an investigation of the affairs of the Louislana ,tate Penitentiary." was adouted. after a motion to lay on the table had been voted down, SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING. "An not etttild 'An act to readjust the State Land Office.'" oe.. passed its second reading. "Au act to give effect to artiole 9t of the con stitution of lt79 providigu for atpeals of law." was taken tup. Lepretseotative Farmer moved tosubstitu c, for it an act iutrodnced in the House by himse.f. ontitld "'An act to provide for appetals to th.e Sultremn Court upon llnas tlous of law aloe,. when the party or parttes aggriev d desit. only a review of the law." whiteh motion was adopt"d. The -sutetlitute was thAnl ordered to be engrossed and passed to its third reading. "An act to require voli'eo juries to make pro vision for the s.uptvort of all infirm. sick and destitute paupers residing in their respective tarishes." was tass:ed to its third reading. 'An apt. providing c:Iuses of recusation of the district judges, tnud for the trial of recused oases in the dietrict courts. the parish of Or leans oxcepted." was cvased to its third read ing. "Acn act relatlva to poltic juries and the ap polttmont of police jurors." was passed to its third reading. HOUSE BILLS FROM THE TABLE. "An act to provide for the settlement of the indebtedness of the St ate oflouisicna.ineurred in the procecu'ion of tax and license suits in the State of Louisiana," was ordered to be engrossed and pascted to its third reading-yeas 41. nays 65. The Senate concurrent resolution approving the address of the Mississippi Valley States Commission was taken up. and on motion of Representative Cosl rove laid over. THE REVENUE BILL was taken up on its third reading and finally sassed-yeas 79. nays o. The following mem bers explained their votes as follows: Rpresentative Farmer-I vote yea on the fl al passage of the revenue bill. No. 223. for two reasons: 1. I wish this bill sent to the Senate as soon as possible. regardless of the condition in which it passes the House. in order that the Sonate may again amend it and adopt it. as suits the views of that body. This bill cannot be finally passed, except upon the report of a conference conmmittee: and it is i~eless to consume imne prior to its ret- r c , to such committee. I am opposed to the ametndments which the House has adopted, but I recf'gn'zs the necessity of submitting to the:r incorporation in the bill at this time. 2. Injured, as I think it is, by th'se amend ments. et eveu thtt' could not destroy the sub stantial merits of the original bill. which fur nished a f. unttati.n too solid to be seriously shaken by any other proceeding than the rejec tion of the bill As the bi;t stands. it is immeasurably sure rior to the exi-ting revenue laws which were p:aetica:yr ino:erative be fore, and have in effect been an nulled by the e-.~,'it1u i n of 1t:9; in tact. there is no revenue bill now in force in thls State, and the adontion of this bill, in whatever con dition it is finally left byh the ame.nments of the House and Senate. is an imperative ne OOcessi:v. In leg.tIlation this rule ought to be always ob served, to take the best that can be obtained. and not insist on getting the best that can be desired. Representative Sr. Olair-1 vote yes. for the sake of passing this bill to the benate.and not because I approveof all the provislons of said bill. Representativo Jackson, of St. Mary-I vote for the bill to allow its passato;to the Senate. Itprnesentat ivo osgrove I I am op.osed to the bill as amended, but as I am jnqually opposed to an extra Acssln. and as a revenue bill is ncessary, I vote "aye." liepresntat llvo Jackson of Natohltochos-I regard thll bl it s nmmendeod as one of the most famous leulselative monstrosities ever given birth to by aony legslative body, and I disclaim any honor in nsslsti nl in the necouchement; but as I have great faith in the action and wisdom of the i'onIatl. and lit order togot thisbill before that honorable body without any further delay. I vote "yes." TIIC (ITV CHARTER DIt,J was taken up on its second reading the Dond ing question beling on section 23. burina the eonideurtion of the bill considerable filibuster ing took plaeo and some some o.nfusilon re su ted. A numbrtr of unimportant amendments were adopted. ecrtlon :is was under discussion when the IIouse adjourned. Staub. Btaub is an Institution, and an Institution of the most popular and useful order. He has on his counters. at his news depot. corner of Canal street and Exchange Alley. the very latest, nowspaprs and periodicals from all soctions of this country and from the world. He sends us from his wealth the New York Herald. Sun and Times, and Philadelphia Times of the ninth Instant, and also Harper's Weekly and Young People and Puck. Froma a Pronlinent Drulg Euse. H. H. Warner & Co.. Rochester. N. Y.: J),ar Svir---It is now only three moths since we received your first shlipment of 8afe Item eidies. We have sold drugs In this place for twenty years, and we have never sold a pro prietary mncdliine that gives such universal satlsfaction as yours, especially your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and Safo Diabotos Cure. We could mention many who have received great benelit In cltse of Khiney difllcultie., stithma, lt utnatismu, Diabetes, Bright's Dlis)ema , etc. Respectfully yours. MssoN & Fox, Alexandria Bay. N. Y. REEDS ONIt 18 A THOROUGH REMEDY In every can. of Malarial Fever, and Fever and Agile, while for diRlrdrs of the stomach, torpidity of the liver. indint.iiion and disturhances of the animal formei, which debilitate. It has no oqulva. Ilit, and c(n ihvi I o i ni 0 5A0 litute. It should not bl confnlnded with triturAtod compounds of cheap spirits Ianid enIntiali oils, often sold under the lame of lhittors. FOR RALE 1tY Druaists, Grocers and Wine Merchantf Everywhere. intuHSauWe& WI ANlNUAl. NTATEIENT -OFrTHE NEW ORLEANS Insurance Company, For the Year Endlng on the Thirty-first of December, 1859. Fire premiums .......... ...278.342 81 Marlne ...................... 59.546 61 Inland ....................... 4.560 04-8888.549 4 LeAs Premiums on risks not ter minated ................. 5,24 44 Return pro.miums.......... 1:3.20 66 Ielusurance................ 11.789 24- 120.668 34 Net earned premiums ................$262.89, 12 Add Received for Interests. sal vages and rents................... 81.664 88 Incom............................ ....$ 94.561 00 Deduct Fire losses...... 873..98 84 Marine .......... 2;.895 26 Inland........... 15,311 13--116.810 28 HRbate and commrmsion.. 41.420 46 Charitable dontiontions....... 1,05a 46 State and city taxes and il C(otln.....--............ 8.228 01 Board of Underwriters. Babcock and iSalvage Cor .................... 6.978 00 Gross expenses, house. ofice and agencies..... 24.398 78- 208.883 94 Gross proflt ........................... 5.677 06 Deduct Profit and lose-Loss on sale or Louisiana State Console, other sseots and July dividend...... $33.960 41 Reoserved for unadJusted losses .................. 10,000 00 Dividend Dec. 31. 1879...... 25,000 o0 Burplus -.......-.......... 16.16 65- 85.677 (1 The company has the following assets: Cash in bank ............5.$106,51t 42 U. S. bond. - .................. 103,C00 00 Real estate, lowest valua tion...................... 1:132.168 26 Notes oCvured hrby trst mortgage on city prop rties ................ 97.344 58 Notes secured by plodges of available securities. 56.100 00 Notes for premiums ....... 17.470 19 N. O.. J. and G N. 1R. . first nlortgaae t)onds ........ 23.600 00 500 shar,'s Waterworks Co.. at 37 76 ................. 18.888 00 Now Orleans Waterworks first mortgng'- bonds... 10o.o0 00 :nliks. ineeuranoe, Louisi ana Ice Co.. and other st,ocks. lowest market value .................. 21.224 20 Premiums in course of col lection .-................ 66.801 16 Due by agents-............. 1.675 97-5853.888 58 LIABILITIES. Capital stock.................500,000 00 Rtinsuraneo reserve....... 95.241 44 Unclained dividends...... 6.878 49 Reserved for unadju,-ted losses .................... 10.000 00 Dividends of December. 1879 ................... 26.000 00 Surplus ..................... 16.716 65-653,.888 5s The above statement is a true and correct transcriplt from the books of the company. J. TUYES. President. J. W. Hi.cxs. Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed before me this tenth day of January, 1sso. THEO. BUIBBSON. Third Justice of the Peace. We. the undersigned special committee,e pointed by the Board of Directors of theNT Orleans Insurance Company tovaluethesis of said company at their present market value do hereby certify that after a oareful examina tion. the valuation of said assets, as above spec ified. is true and correct. W. A. BELL. A. S8CHREIBEB, H. GALLY. At a meeting of the Board of Directors. held on the tenth day of January, 1880, it was re solved to pay on demrad the eu-tl-annual Inter est dividend oi FIVE PErt CENT on the capita stock to the stockholders or their legal repre sentatives. New Orleans. January 10. 1so80. J. W. HINCKS, Secretary. DIRECTORR: W. A. BEL.LL' A. SCHREIBEB PIERtIE POUTZ. ANT. UtARRIERE. CHAS. J. LEEDS. CRAM . . SCHMIDT. C. T. DUGAZON JULES ALDIGE. CHAS LAFITTk. D. FATJO I. G ALLY. JULES T1YE5. jaic Sm AND - RE OLDI E WHISIY MANUFACTURED FROM BEST WHITE ROCK CANDY AND HERMITAGE RYE, 1873, - It 1Y - f Y COOK & BERNHEIMER, NEW YORK. ------ ItOCK CANDY A ND WHIISKY HAS LONG BEEN A STANDARD FAMILY REMEDY. IN OERTAIN PORTIONS OF THE COUNTRY. FOR DISEASES OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS. SUCH COMPOUNDS HAVE USUALLY BEEN MADE FROM THIE COMMON CORN WIIIKY OF TIE LOCALITY. WITHOUT MUCH KNOWLEDGE OR REGARD FOR THE PROPER PROPORTIONS OR QUALITY. TIE ARTICLE NOW OFFERED UNDER THE ABOVE NAME IS CAREFULLY PRE PARED AFTER THIIE DIRECTIONS OF PIIYSICIANS OF HIGH REPUTE. FROM TIIE BEdT WHITE ROCK CANDY AND WELL CURED PUIRlS RY:E WIIINKY. IT IS GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED. FROM THE BEST AND PUREST QUALITY OF THE ARTICLE NAMED. . It,. RAIIEhIY. (Generil Agetnt, J. II. RAESIII)DE, 60 Magazine Street, fo12 Im LOCAL AGENT. WASHBBURN'S CELEB llTED ART GALLERY. A Triumph in Photography! PICTURES MADE PERMANENT --DY TIIS LAMBERT PATENT PROCESS. We are ,rtelred, with all the latoet invep tfIo1s ilit aIvtprlacinoe to protlco all the nowest styhe. in LthotograOhy at Very Mlderate Pricesl. i01 FOR- THE VERY BEST AND NEVER FADING PATENT PHOTOGR A.PHI 8ole Licensee For the STUDIO, Chroniotype and Lambrotype . aours awn bs. Patent Processes For the Stattes of ILOUIIr4AANA 12 1 CANAL Street. - AND - IMIMIl PPI. DoI IV SAIMUEL II. TODD, ° ý IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WHITE LEAD, Zinc, Paints, WINDOW GLASS, BRUSHES. GLUE, ETC. Arlists' and Coach Painters' Colors and Materials; Gold, Silver and Copper Leaf' and Bronzes; Linseed, Lard and Rosin Oils, Axle Grease, etc. IILUMIIATING AND LUBRICATING OILS. 37 ..... MAGAZINE STREET -....- 37 NEW ORLEANS. LA. AGENT FOR Nobles & Hoare' Celebrated ENGLISH VAR NISH; Best Quality AMERICAN VARNISH. in barrels and ca us: Johnluton's Pat'ent Kal.omine and Fresco PAINTS; Rusvll Cutlery Comna ny's PIallette and l'ut.v KNIVES; Baxter & Boll'- Pure Liunid PAINTS: the Joseph Dixon Crucible Com:many's AXLE GREASE. mhb lm ARMIES OF NORH'IERN VIR (GINIA AND TENNESSEE. The following members of the Associations of the Army of Northern Virginia and A?.my of Tennessee are hereby apvoluted a committee to receive funds, which may be contributed b" comrades anl admirers of the late LIEUT. GEN. JOHN B. HOOD. the fund so constituted to be Invested In United States bonds for thz benefit of his surviving childurn. JOHN B. RICHARDSON President Louisiana Division. Army of iorth. ern Virginia. AUGUST REICHARD. President Louisiana Division. Army of Ten. nessee. W. 1.. Lyman. chairman; Francis T. Nicholls, James Buckner Samuel Flower D. R. Calder. J. H. Murray, of the Army of Northern Vir ginia; J. A. (Chalaron. G. T. Beauregard. S. D. Stookman. Fred N. Ogai. Walter V. Crouch. of the Army of Tennesse* Address Rox iees. New Orleans. cas sin aT SEED RICE! SEED RICE 3000 RACKS CAROLINA AND HONDURAS. For sale by ERNST & CO.. ia2s tf 109 and 14* Julia street. JOS. PATZELT, Nos. 101 and 103 Baronne Street. SHOW CASES. STORE FIXTURES AND Building Work in first cia.s order. Al. tLinds of SHOW CArES msde to oraer. and UPHOLSTERING and VARNISHING done in thebest oL tyle on the shortest notioe, des 11 SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. Paid Up Capital--..-----.....$00,000. TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL STATEMENT. OFFICE BUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMIPANY. No. 52 Camp street, Now Orleans, January 1.1880. In conformity with the requirements of its charter, the Coruiany pubisblls the following statement for the year onding December s1, 1879: Amountof premiums for the year ending De. comber 31, 1879: On fire risks.................... $227,521 01 On river risks.............. 103 767 53 On marineo risks............ 47,466 16 5378,754 69 Add unterminated risks. 1878 .......... ........... 94.739 00--493.493 69 Unterminated risks. 1879.. s99.323 00 RIoturn Dromiums.......... 11,781 93- 111,104 93 Net earned premiums................. $362.388 76 Less Loases. etc.. paid during same period- On firo risks ................ $83,62 38 Os river risks............ 35,773 35 On marine risks...... ..... 26.384 14 $145.213 87 Re.°orved for unadjusted and unpaid lesses...... 48,103 o00 $193.322 8? Add Rteisurance.. - -$46.513 36 Exv pnse:3 ....... 32.547 54 Board of Under writers ........ 5,976 51 Taxes...........-- 8.43 51 Rent ............. 2.00 (- 95.468 92 Reserve fund. two per cer,nt on cavital......... 10,000 00 Dividend on capital stock paid.... ....... $49.568 99 Loess discount and intereat-. 25.884 10- 23,684 80- 476 59 Actual net profit..... -............... $39.o'1 17 The company has the following assets. esti mated at their market value: Htocks and bonds ......................$278,009 04 Loaus on mortgage ..................... 21,686 oo Loans on pledge....................... 61.241 65 Bids receivable-......................... 7,220 38 Real esate.........--......-------------...... 25,000 00 Premiums in course of collection..... 71.822 21 Cash on hand ........................... 115,749 23 Total assets ....... .................80,728 51 The foregoing statement is a just. true and correct transcript from the books of the com pany. JAH. I. DAY. President. H. CARPENTER, Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed before me this twen ty-first day of January. 1880. A. INGRAHAM, Notary Public, The Board of Directors, at a meeting held on the twenty-first day of January, 188s after set ting aside Ten Thousand Dollars to the reserve fund from the net earninas of the year, and paying the Ten Per Cent Dividend to the Stock holders, have resolved to pay a cash dividend of FIFTEEN PER CENT on the net earned par ticip.ting premiums of the year ending Decem bor 31 1879, said dividend payable on and after MONDAY. January 26. 1880. DIRECTORY: E. J. Hart, Julius Weis. Scott McGehee, H. Renshaw, B. W. Taylor. D. Fatjo. B. Biscoe. J. C. Morris. T. L. Airey. A. Baldwin, James I. Day, R. E. Craig, Ch. Macready, Taos. Simms. Sam'l. L. Boyd. W. E. Xesrmur, Emorv Clapp. Chas. Roberts. J. G. (aines, D. A. Cliaffraix, J. A. B!anc, J. 3. Flower. J. L. Harris. H. Newman. ja24 ly S,.ABT'~ LOA OFF1C0 48 --___.......BXA19OXNA 9`T`7 T.._ 48 OPPOSITE GAS O.FXIE. Monew loaned on Diamonds. Jewelayr, atrnt tare. Pl'nM . Mziogs *iu. Pn . M. SCH WARTZ & BRO., 149 TO 169 MAWIAZZNJ STRET, AGElNTT FOR WES PATENT STEA PI?1, The attention of the publia is npatlulurly ealled to the GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I This reduatlon Is voalble on account of the deorease In the cost Of labor sad maSugRI. aM by Snt iowertn· of the gualitr of either a eotWltbatndl the previonsly aoknowledged SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANE PUMP, It has been the constant endeavor of the manufaeturer to render It still more worthy of tmheWW with which it has been reelved. by such IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL As will selmlit.. strengthen and perfect it for the manyar es to which It Is alled. alr now admitted to .o The Most Perfect Jtenam Pump Mlade. lach PUMP In subjected to a rigorous teat before leaving the manufactorr. and every vag* fe guaranteed. We obligate ourselves to refund the zurchase moner in ease any Pump should fall to sw form the work for whiob we warrant it. We have constantl, on hand a large and oomPlete assortment of PULPS FOB VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOIferL KELLY STEEL BARB WIRN. STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. With the invention manufacture and use of BARBED WIRE dawned a NNW mBA IN i ING. Previously all fences of wire or wood had to be made of sufficliet strength % resist the brute force of the animal to be restrained and It depended unon th0 strength and activity of the animal as to whether the fence could be broken down or scaled; hence, fencing had become very costly, and, In many oases, almost Impossible to be obtained. thus making a great drawback to the settlement of some of the finest portions of our Continent. THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CIHEAPNEU With which BABBED WIRE can be transported the small amount of time and laber rseu to put it up. its wonderful efficiency as a Fence. and its Oomparative Oheanne-s, M made for it a most wonderful and remarkable sucnoess. The amount of saes have been unprecedented, and though little was heard of It four years ago. It is now known all over the olvllod world, and used in all the 5tates and Territories of the United States, We are Prepared to Execute All Orders, Small or Large, Promptly sad ml VY p Low Price. FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTORS. The spelcial attention of manufacturers, mill owners, and other parties using sa , gye.d to the great economy of employing Injectors as a means of supplyina water to steam 4o1 In most cases these Injectors may take the place of Bteam Pum s to great advantage. eveq where the latter have been set up and are now In use. it would be a matter of eoonomy appl one of the former also to your boiler, for the following, among many other reasons pertinent, that might be given: The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Out of Order, others frequently. In which ease much valuable time Is lost while making repai Heres. such circumstances. is a comparatively inexponsive machine, always in order and read to at a moment's notice to take the place of the disabled Pump and allow the work to n as ing unusual had occurred. Then again it may be used to great advantage in rp ea . during the .gnigtem, so 0 to be t. a good oolnditio to seI ur a fll haud of siMm wit A Ij tus morine. sisotie bo f 1$s oerstoa alone. Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boilers. The Steam employed in working the Injector is returned tothe Boiler with the Weed thereby raising its temperature, and preventing the unequal expansion so disastrous to Plates. caused by pumping in water at a low temperature. The Feed Water enters the Boiler through the Injector in a oontinuous stream. w~hia Is grest advantage over the unavoidable intermittent supply produced by all kinds of Dumts. These Insectors are warranted to work with the most perfect regularity, and when t capacit, as laid down in our table. They will also. If desired. be sent on trial to responsible parties for thirtr days,: to be oepted if found to work as represented. otherwise to be returned tree of expense uoewa transportation. DEALERS IN JUDSON AND ALLEN GOVERNORS, Shapley &. Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BELLS. Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Boiler Iron, WHITE LEAD, Machinl and Carriage iolts. Packers' Rachels Nuts, Washers and Nails. Hand Bolt (utters Steel Blacksmith Tools of all descrtion | Eclipse Fan Blowers Piles. Sand and Emory Paper Emory dloth Bencer Plue rushes, Sugar-House and lailroad tamne and Ian- Portable Por-a ternas Iohu Putnam's Polished and Pointed Horse Shoe Single and Double Trees. Nails, Chains and Anchor, Worcester Self-feeding Upright Drills. ainBevolvia andAnco Morse Patent Twist Drills. ogd Tank. Coopers' and Boiler Rivets., 1MORRIS TALSKER & CO. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe, STEAL AND GAS PIPE FITTINGS, Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of all Kinds, Brass and ron lobe and Angle Valves; Brass and Iroa Full Opening Valves; Brass and $S$ Safety Valves;" Brass and Iron Horizontal and Vertical Oheck Valves, Brass and Iron Steam and Vacuum Gauges; steam and Borvice Cocks Brass, Air. Cylinder and Gauge Cocks; Brass (ongse. HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, Nor Journal Boxes. Engines, Shaftin. for Slow and Fast Motion, we elaim will save fIFIs7 1 UMIT over the use of oil. NATHAN & DREYFUS' IIIDSSTrTIC AID BELF-ACTII LUBRICAThIS AID OILES EACHIRIST AND BLACKBT ITH TOOLS OF ALL KINDS-" SHOVELS AND SFADU Anvils, Vies and Bellows; Dirt, Garden and Iron Wheelbarrows; Rubber Hess Belting and Packing of all kinds; New and Becond-Hand Portable and Stationery Engines. Boilers, Bhaftina and Pulleya, N.AILU OAD AS KIILL SKIPPLIEC OF ALL WIEND stismatces for New Boilers Furnished on ApplicUatit _'rtig. alrtin to purchase will save a Lage Percentag I>e on es be~oo on us bae aluzswhsra 3o04 for our Revised (wuuloguc, M*. SO1LCWAR''TZ & BROn., " 1S to 168 MAGAZINE BTREET,