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learl L TUB*
r.Mlo. ,ers, utn.
n.rh o I:sl steamers. WgoID
$1, wit A i e toamv street.
etab tard Mern's ecnsevelena Asseela.
Si a.A teHnvtl l meetn ofnr jltnvlll rtret aed
Iu5eon Aheloi. bUNLf Y, Avpril Is, 1880o, at 1o
; order P. Mlats. Pre olent.
i. JAMiLS BOOHE,
i_1_l# R-o-rdinalg d 4er1trarL.
aesaelIt ality alltread remspany, No. a.
+t ste sstreet, New Orleane. April e. teeo--The
iell for dlrecotors will be held at
oef the fomtane o MONiDAY, nine
tInstt. between the hours of 11 a. m.
it JOHN B. JUDENBeoretary.
Ppopsais fer Furnishlng the
I opital With tread, meat, milk and
n0dr eed to the lnanoe OmmlI te,
rarr+ve the rlgbt torel'Ot Uoy and all bids.
0etier of Board ofAdi
Becretary and Treosarer.
1ýkW *teae5, La., April p i 153-AUt
against sebooner BLOOM will be vaid
fi to laed agreement. Said claims
! p resened sat onoe to
JOIN COUSLU.E
. lo. No. et and 999Q irod street.
IM e tO*se - All Persoas asvinl
aganst the sebonuotý eýr JJ.IA? N will
present them to JOE0 T
n ts ooh Ntre O. balm ir
NATIONTAL
"iLL TELEPHONE COMPANY.
.GONURAL AGNOYT
For the States of
W0tUIBIANA AND MISBBIC IPPI.
torintl n and particulars atiae
1 es, towns, land(ingn, sta.tons
, out eealgtent.
. O. blt !9 ,o.4am street.
K. OFr T.
.tscoent Enasmnment No%.. I, Knlghts of
*50 tha"n. mol. lot log t..u..e~. ' 11a1 t.',+n1 ... -t, t +nm Nr.
yl .bVV/ THU o~DAY xV.N I tN, nt T rL,,, , nI+, I.
. Ib1. i-'tPnolt .I r Jma hn r,+n, rt,| .. I.i th, n.r r . wi ll
i ntsrt, Lntnxl Itn. nllrt, tnr, 'n n I .1 nont . itron r."
o f~ or 1l,. anwo do the r t.ti i un 0 .,.1 p ollitlrl. . plninn ol
b . blt il tl,er ,rnnrlnr the rnuutrv and th0ir i. ol
- derlosa l "f Jtntnln eu do en on relular tI.etln.
ll 1eft it M olod to
me-t, IR . . L. a. ulhnltn, V. 10.
I, ta, lr n P. I 'hll r 1er, 1 0
t it. Jnht H.la ntt, 0.
" Orr, A.. '.
PLock lnog 14.s r r
SALM-IOHOONEl BSYLPH-TFWBLVE
tot ltow I b e In the Old Basin, nere
trides. .he is, e In perfect order dn
r klele, For rturtnd oartlotlheso
ABANOIS, Agent
S ill. o.a Ootton lzhapge (u estalrsi.
UALS hll PIOPOIAlb.
to. Prloom s Oh Bail, }
Hew brleane. April 15. 1eeo.
S PBOOS. WILL BE BE.
at thlesooe until MONDAY, April
o, t eei oin., for the bulldnlu of an
ttotb ot Wp hose of the Beventh Pollee
et, St District, to be used ss a po o
S Mol 10411, aordinito ilans and
i oael the cmoeh of te ioty
el to toQ beadi t lot to it
der e lt reserv- the right to
sai gaaill b rte. Parties biddi na are -
Wtoa pesit with the 6dmlnietrator of 1I.
-i- evidence of their intention to
aO 4 bl.!i~t loatcltýbOm. te amount of $100 In
WhUh shall bo forltied to the city in ee
So *ionm ntrsact is not awarded
a h4r d4epoets returned to theta on
. udfalon is made.
to ind rd "Propolale 'to build
i.dl nsor of aterworks asnd P1bli6t
W1 W ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Ns. 94 Camp Straet,
8,0#00 OFP PFST MIOITUAE BONDS
01F NW ORBLANS CITY RAILROAD 00.,
Si denomlnations of $100, SIN and SI*r*.
These bonds bear 6 per cent luteret, Dayable
tal.lanusall, on June 1 and December 1.
re the punctual prayment of the Inter.
sl zeUlrelsentof the bonds. the oompnay
wetly with the Canal Bhnk $1 5,
bly pledged for this Durpose.
payment of principal and interest is
. r secured by mortgage on valuable city
d the followang city railroad lines.
' l ei ghts and fraoctlseh
no ine, Prytania Line, ampart and
ao Lin. Bayou Bridge Line. French
ft and Bayou Line, Canal Line and Lake
6 A0esription of propertles see act be
ii. Trst. noetary publi. ape8 w
S.N MORE
.URE OURL '
at!!'I' unW Under tbe shOV Trade
Sthe [UBOPRAN SALIOYLIC TEDI
, f iso and Leipzig.
ta WABrANTED.-PERBMANENT
S phyeiotann of Europe and Amerlt
S e ighet Medical Academy of Parles re
pegs 36 cures out of 100 Cuees within three days.
rst.L-The nly dlisolver of the .elsea
6a 6 lta V e l which existes I tha e II* 0
4I'ibbal a uee eouty Patients.
cUrEs. CURES. CURED.
+ RH. D wey. Eqa., No. s01 Broadway. Inflam.
e Beumatem.
. . >q , No. 455 Washington Market
aeumetlsm.
own. No, a6 East Ninth street (chalky
i, t l. jol it), Ohronic Rheumatism.
L.A.74 Newark Avenue. Jersey
Gh eumatiem.
a , beriain. &q.. Washington Olub
o... Rheumatic Gout.
Srod. E.. No. s Weyboeset stree i
I., of twenty years' Chronic
Tcasia., No. 100 Sanchez street, San
, ralga and Sciatica.
It 1' intermittent and chronic fevers,
chills or ague.
5. J , CTLICA IS A CERTAIN CURE,
6. ~1 IenttryIII l the *ee of Salphate
as It will net only eat the
Ibetwlall achieves IrAICAL CURS,
w any of the leotwveltemse and
Sar aing from QUNININL
$1 a Box, Six Boxes for $5.
Seat free by mail on recetpt of money.
ASK YOUR DtUIGGIST FOR IT,
but take no imitation or substitute, as our 8all
acieia (eooriehted) is guaranteed to relieve, or
nesoy r rnded And will be delivered free on
. Ot.it of orders, by calling on or addressing
WASHBURNE & CO.,
O8LE AGENTS.
21i EUI WAT, CORNER FLTON STREET
(Knox Buildins). N. Y.
-FOB SALE BY
L L. LYONS,
Corner uamp and Grader Streets.
ahbs tyD&W
*: Isti~l$Io UOa~~,;~~'p:=
' aj WAaTa-rPLgL.
unse.
W 'ANTED-A NUBNE FOR AN INFANT': A
middle-ased women preferred. Must
sleep on the premises. Apply at No. Igo liren.
lines street. ape tf
ElMULLaAN 3s017 WANT,.
Cerns and Duntlns.
W ANTED--ALL PERSONS TO
vknow, who are suffering iron'
Corns or Bunionse, that Dr. MUBPHY
can give Instant relief, without pain. ',
at his office. No. 69 CANAL STREET. '
aile lm
Household Goods and Merehanlmle.
PARTIES HAVING HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Sor merbandlee to dispose of will obt in an
offer of the highest cash pDrie by sendng na
memorndum o[ what tbhey wish to sell anO
their address to Lock Box 4I8. New Orleans P. O.
mhs lm
Plane Wanted.
WPTANTED-AN UPRIGHT PIANO IN PEBR
SV feet order ~tht has not been over two
years in Uq t. a will please
tte ma k o owest he prie and where It can
sta rice wil tie ad Adress PA t.
frPla es TUrning.
Soiree Pantt~. o note tf
A SURLIER RESORT.
M1.. F. A. BOiE;BtRIt
eas opened her house at the famed hbita
Sprins, three miles from Oovington narish of
t. Tammany for the receptio of barders.
The table will be supplied !th the best the
narket affords. Parties wlahin to bring
,orses and buggies will fid stabling room.
A pretty cottage with good well. Outhouses.
etc., near the spring to rent for theses0,on
Stages wfll oonvey guests from the boat at old
landing, near Covinaton, to the springs. For
further particulars. apply to
J S. BOSSIER
apts tf Oovinaton. La,
CUSHING' S
lachinery Agency.
PURCHOASERS OF MACHINERY should send
In their orders before an advance in prices.
The largest stoox of machinery in the South
is now offered ver low. Acting as agent for
only the largest and bet orthe n and Western
manufacturers all mechtnenry eI first-elass and
sold under A POLL GUARANh1EE.
I am agent for the
AMES IRON WORKS,
and have the
Ames Portable Engines and Bollers,
of all sles-e. 10,l, is, is. so. so, so. as and 40
%re -S Ae n win thee" ensi esa e hhe
sell no other kint of pol table. They have for
the past thirteen years given perfect matiefan.
tion. Over 4e00 of the Ames Engines are in use
STEDMAN'S AGENCY FOR
Ptedman's Fugines and naw Mills.
Stedman's Shafting, Hangers and Pni
sles,
Stedman's Cotton Presses and Newell
bcrews.
Stedman's machinbry of all kinds is cele
brated as first-.lass standard work.
AGENC0Y TRAUB MILL 00..
Victor Sugar Mills and
took's Evaporators.
TAGLE COTTON G11I
NEW E&GLE
COTTON (G-INS.
For the east forty years the Eagle Ootton
Gins have been sold all over the Bouth. and are
celebrated as thb veryr beet ln over made.
Planters, in purchasing an ale Gin. are
making no untried experiment. Ther are oer
tain of gettlna the hiahest Drioe for their cotton
when ilnned on the Eagle Cotton Gin. and the
extra price obtalned for cotton made on the
Eagle Ootton Gin over the pricoe of cotton gin
ned on other sins will more than pay for a agn
In one season. The largest planters Indorse
them. The cotton factors of New Orleans never
have cause to complain of badly ginned eotton
made on theis gin but they all indorse the Eagle
Cotton Gin a.s the Btandard Gotton Gin.
Planters wishing the Ejale Cotton Gin for the
next crop should at onon send in their orders,
as we are now taking ordcre at the low pries,
All orders sent in before JDUNE 1 wIll be filled
at present priees. Order early and aive instruc
tiones when to eship. All of the ERgle Ootton
Gins now have the improved new adjustable
seed bard, which is the greateet improvement
ever put to a oottoh sin.
Send for circularsto
W. L. CUSHING, Agent,
100 Gravier St.,
(Oppolsite St. Charlee Hotel),
aoi tt NEW ORLEANS.
" GRUNEWALD' 8"
BEST PilOS I THE WOED,
OomDrisina the unsurpassed Instruments of
the most renowned makers.
--ND
PLETEL, WOLF & CO., PARIS,
And the old favorite organs of
CLOUGMa WARRaI,
PELOUBET CO.,
Bold at the nist accommodating terms. Also.
all kinds of
S OOBDEDON MUSIC BOXFB . A"
SH T MUSIC.
and every imaginable article in the music line.
Grunewald Hall is the largest and most DoD
ular musica house in the Southwest, tavorabl
known all over the country for its fair and Ub.
eral dealing, courteous attendance and the nsu
perior quality of its goods offered. I Invite the
attention of all buyere to visit my establish
ment before they buy elsewhere, and person
ally convince themselves that "Grunewald
Ball" s the OHEAPEIT PLACE in the South
tossecureebaýins in either Pianos IOrgeans o
any other Munlioal Instruments. Old k'Pisnos and
Orlans taken tIn eUnangerO resaits at maod
LOUI GRUNEWAIa,
as....U a b ...
r0O bT--TiE PUBLIO IB H!EEDI3Y OCd
i0 tonpeed lot to de 8i9n or otheanrwd as te
Uai st ate Wat rants Nos. orot! end $wd1 sd
Deueeiber 2c. 1975, serirs of 1874, issued to the
Board of Admomistrato . of the (lhasrlt Hos
vital, fot FIVlE HUNDED DOLLAR.eS so.
as payment of the above named warrants have
been stovped and application made for the
Issue of duplicates. J. ~1T4US.S.
sBDI 28 90 No. , larondnlet street.
I OBT-RTATE WARRANT NO. c97. SalRIEs
- of 18n8, for $o10. dated Februat y 2. 1tt,
drawn to the or,'er of W. D. Metonald. 'lark to
supervisor of revsitratlon of Webster arish
per a. Baldwin & On.. general fn1d. issued
under seat No. in of 1875. The public is hereby
notified not to negotilate for this warrant, ae
apt tloation has been made for a duplicate
thereof. M. J. HART. Agent,
apol it No. 4 St, ChObarles t.
OBT OB MISLAID-TWO CERTAIN MORT
LorAoG NVOT~B, described as follows: Ode
for the sum of one thousand and ninety-seven
dollars and thirty-seven cents dated New
Orleans, January 20. 1.7., due Novem er 15
after date. One for eleven hundred and
eventeen dollars and ninety-four cents, due
December 1, after date, dated New Or
leans., January 30 1875; both drawn to the
order of 0. 1. Thomas signed by him and
by him indorsed in blank, with interest
at eight er Cost per annum from maturity
nti pa They are the property of the un
ders gnesand the public is warned not to our
chese or negotiate same.
mblS i t JOHN OHAFFE. BIO. & SON.
DISMOLUTIONW-NEW FIRNM.
NOTICE-TIHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE AS
soelated themselves for the practiee of law,
under the firm name of ovencer & White.
Office, No. Carondelet street.
WM, B. SPENCER,
apis Sot E I. WHITE.
LEGAL NOTICE.
TRUSTEBM' SALE.
In the Circuit Court of the United States,
for the District of Louisiana.
No. 7857.
EDWIN D. MORGAN AND JAME A. BRAYNORB.
Trustees and Beceiverse,
vs.
THE NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE AND TEXAS
RAILROAD OOMPANY,
THE NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAS
RAILBOAD OMPANY (Suooessor).
HENRY J. GARDNER AND PETER BUTLERB.
ET ALS.
UTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE DE
oree of the said court, duly made and en
tered in the above entitled and numbered canse,
on the fifb day of March, A. D. laso, and under
the powers c, ntained in a mortgage or deedo
trust duly executed by the New Orleans, Mobile
and Ohattanooga Railroad Comoany, the rede
cessor of the comvany first above n med. on
the first day of Janual y. 1809, and which has
been duly recorded and established in and by
the said decree, we. Edwin D. or an an
James A. Raynor. trustees thereunder, will eel
at public auction, to the laetand blaheet bidder,
In bulk and for caesh, under the superintend
ence of Francls A. oolfley, the special master
atpointed for that purpose on BATURDAY.
the twenty-fourth day of April, A. D. iao, at the
hour of 12 o'clock m.. at the entrance to the
Custom-House building on Canal street, in the
city of New Orleans, in the St-te of Louisiana
all and singular the entire railroad of the said
corporation, In between and within the cities
of Mobile. in the State of Alabama. and New
Orleans, in the Btate of Louisiana. and between
the said cities. withlu the Statee of Lulielana
Mississippiool and Alabama. and all of the real
and personal property of the said corporation
of every nature and kind whatsoever descrlbed
or comprehended in the terms of the said deed
of trust, together with all of the rlahts, privi
leges, franchles, immunities, corporate or oth
erwiae,4ncluded in the same and from whQm
soever derived, pursuant to the said deed of
trust established in and by the decree aforesaid,
in-ludinp rights of way, lands tracks, brides,
rails, a of the egin ese, ars. t}enders, omfes,
rolling stock tools, depots, station-houses, car
ouses, enaine.houses, warehouses, fre sht
ouses, water tanks, wood sheds, section
houses, wharvee, landings, platforms, machine
shops, machinery business offices and furni
ture, as well as all of the fuel railroad stores
and materials on hand. owned, used or oocu
pied for operating or doing the business of the
said railroad. Also, seven thousand one hun
dred and elghteen shares of the capital stock of
the Pontchartrain Railroad Company of the
State of Louisiana, and the decree of the
said court relative to the said stock, in
favr of the said trustees against the
said Pontchartraln Railroad Compan of
date February as, 1879, with all of the rights
conferred to said complainants in and by the
said decree. And also all of the additions, ame
liorations replacements In, on or to the said
The New brleans. Mobile and Texas Railroad,
or every nature and kind whatsoever, which the
said complainants may have made as trustees
and receivers. ncluding all of the buildings.
works and machinery, landings and aopur
tenan.es of the Creosote Works at West Pansa
goula, in the State of Mississippi.
The said railroad is completed and in opera
tion between the cities of Mobile, in the Stare of
Alabama, and in and through the States of Ala
bama Mississippi and Louisiana, to the city of
Nt.w Orleans, in the State of Louisiana. being
in length 141 miles. more or less, excusive of
side tracks.
''erms and conditions of sale in accordance
with the said decree, viz: Cash to the highest
bidder on the spot: but under the decree afore
said a majority or areater number of the bond
holders under the said deed of treust, if they
form an agreement (to be filed with the said
Master ten dais orior to the sale) may purchase
all of the said property, in aooordance with the
terms of said decree.
Any bidder, except the said majority of bond
holders or their purchasing committee will be
required to deposit In the hands of the said
Speial Master tbe snm of $10oo,o0o cash, in law
ful money of the United States before any bid
will be considered or an adjudication made of
the said property.
An lnventory of the said prooertry will be
made and filed in the Master's office, ten days
prior to the day of sale.
EDWIN D. MOBGAN and
JAMIES A. BAYNOR,
Trustes and Recelvers.
F. A. WOOLFLEYC
mhllto ap2 BSecial Master.
LEGAL NOTICE.
TRUSTEBS' 8ALE.
In the Circuit Court of the United States,
for the District of Louisiana.
No. 7357.
EDWIN D. MORGAN and JAMES A. RAYNOB.
Trustees and Receivers,
vs.
THE NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE AND TEXAS
RAILROAD COMPANY,
THE NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAS
RAILROAD COMPANY (Successor),
HENRY J. GARDNER AND PETER BUT.
LEB ET ALS.
TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE AND IN AO
cordance with the terms of a decree of
foreclosure entered herein on the fifth day of
March. A. D. 1880. and under the powers con
tained in a mortgage or deed of trust dated
October 8.1873 duly made and recorded by The
New Orleans, MIobile and Texas Railroad Com
pany, known anddescribed in the proceedings
as the second mortgage, we, Oliver Ames and
William S. Williams. Trustees thereunder, will
sell, in bulk and for cash, to the last and high.
eat bidder, subject however to the liens, prefer
ences and priorities of the deed of trust exe
outed by The New Orleans, Mobile and Chatta
nooa Railroad Company of the first of Janun
ary. 1869. known and described in the pooeed
ings as the first mortgage, on SATURDAY. the
twenty fourth day of April. A. 1). 1880. at the
entrance to the Custom-House building on Ca
nal street. in the city of New Orleans in the
State of Louisiana. the entire Railroad of The
New Orleans, Mobile and Texas Railroad Com
pany, whether the same be in the cities of New
Orleans and Mobile or between those cities, or
beyond the city of Mobile and within th* States
of Alabama and Tennessee. and also all of the
real and personal property described or con.m
orehended in the said deed of trust, together
With all of the rights, privileges franchises
immuniaties, oorporate or otherwise. inoluied
in the same and from whomsoever derived.
eUzs·l t to tdofrust
mb At !uiI
18 i........... EST.TBLIS-HED . 18..1....... 188
A. A. WOODS,
Successor to WIELSHANS & WOODS,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
188 GRAVIER STREET,
(Opposite Cotton Exchange.) NEW QL LE AN .
Losses Adjusted and Paid in New Orleans.
STATEMENI' OF THE CONDITION
OF THE
UNITED STATES BRANCH
OF THE
Queen Insurance Company,
On the thirty-first day of December, se79.
Woes. 87 and 39 Wall street, New York.
The amount of its capital is ...... 2,0,ooo000 on
The amount of its capital paid up i 1s o oso on
The AtSiBTS of the Company are as follows:
eash on had ........... ........... $116,0
Real estate, unlonumberPd......... .. 99 789 nt
U. 8. 6 per cents lesi1 5720,000.
Market value.... 750.600 00
U. . 4 rer cents 1901t, $495.o000
Market value...... 4,8 so
Loans on Bonds and Mortgagese
being first lien on unuIncubered
RealEstate, worth double the
amount loaned .........NONE.
Debts otherwise secured .... -. .... 4,28 s
Debts for Premiumse ............. 24,78s At
All other seouriltes ........ NONE.
Total Assets........... ..... 1,685,027 19
LIABILITIF t.
Amount due to Banks or other cred
Itors .............. . ..... ONE,
Amount owing, and not due to
Banes or other creditors.. ONý.
see adjusted and due. ... NONE.
L es adj uted and not due. NONE.
Losses unadjusted .................. $75.872 29
Losses in suspense, waiting for fur
ther proof ......................... 22, 0 07 0o
All other claims against the Com
pany .....................NONE.
Amount necessary to reinsure out
standing risks ...................... 56.ol 7
Total liablllties ........ ..... 669 520 96
The greatest amount In any one
risk .................................. $ o oo oo
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
- OF THE -
UNITED STATES BRANCH
- OF THIE -
COM.ERCIAL UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
On the first day of January. 1sso.
ALFRED PELL, Resident Manager.
CHARLESB BIWELL. Assistant Manager.
Nos. 87 and 89 Wall Street, New York.
The amount of Its capital is .i ..$a 5600.000 0o
The amount of its capital paid up s1 1 250.00 00
The ABBETS of the company are as follows :
Cash on hand and in banks........ Sa198,so 09
IT. 8. 4( per cent brnde, reglstered. 970,?00 (o
U. S. 4 per cent bonds, registered. 89,875 00
Interest due on stocks not in mar
ket value ....................... - - 8,42. 00
remiums due from agents ........ 129.014 89
ew York office premiums ........ . 46.475 56
Total assets ....................... $1,,a.890o 97
LIABILITIES.
Losses in suit and resisted ........ 12,175 07
Losses in preoess of adjuetment and
in suspense.................... 9.494 64
All other claims against the com
pany ... ...................... 19,117 97
Amount necessary to reinsure out
standing risks ...................... 780 o 87
Total liabllitl- ............... 5s18 087 9s
STAT EMllK E1NT
--OF THE
6ERIMA AIERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF THE CITY OF NEW,VORK.
On the first day of January, 1880.
Par Value. ASSETS. Market Value.
$1,700.000 [I. B. bonds (registered, $1,
517,0o: coupon $158,000). -$1,789,151 00
50,000 Rhode Island State 6 per
cent bonds .................. 5,500oo oo
52,o0o Missouri state 6 per cent
bonds................. .... 8.000 00
40o000 Buoheater City Water Loan
7 per cent bonds.... .... 4.80oo 00
25.000o Buffalo tjty 7 per cent
bonda·.................... 9000 00
21o00 Yonkers City 7 per cent
bonds ........ ......... 28,520 o00
40,000 Central Paciflc Railway first
m,rtgage bonds ......... 43,300 00
40,00oo0 Union Pacific first mort
agae bonds ................ 000 00ooo o
40,000 Kansas Pacific Railway first
mortgage bonds........ 42,900 00
50,000 Obleago, Book I-land end
Paolfli Rallwy 06 per cent
bonds .................... 57.500 oo
5o,00o Nea York Central R. It 6
ver cent bonds of 1888. . 51.500 no
o.oo00 Erie Railway first mortgage
consolidated gold bonds. 29,200 00
0o.oo000 Syracuse, Binabamtton
and N. Y. Railroad first
mortage bonde.......... 22.800 00
50,000.ooo N. Y. and Harlem Railroad
stock........................ 79,500 00
2.196.000
Loans payable on demand (market
value of securities $5,862)......... 25,500 00
Agency premiums in due course of
coll tion............................. 79,297 80
Premiums due on polilces, local de
partm ent ............................ 2 27 54
aesh deposited in banks ..... .. ..... 131,416 26
Cash in the comoany'.s principal of
floes................................... 1,908 o04
Total........................ 12,6.019 368 64
Cash capital....... $1,000,000 00o
Reserved for losses adjusted and in
process .... .................. 76,681 29
Unearned premium reserve (New
York State standard) ..... ........ 638,626 75
Oommlsslon due agents and other
ourrent liabilitiees. .................2· 8,444 44
Net surplus......................... 875.66.8 1
ailt Im $2 619.868 6a
FOB THE VEBY BEST AND NEVER FADING PATENT
,PHOTOG-R A.PHS
Esls Lesenos
For te STUDIO,
Chromotype and
Lambrotype I Or mamss
Patent Pros.esse
For the States of
LOUISIANA 121 CANAL Street.
I -anm -
NIqalsIIPPI..*tan9 ly
THE GL&DNEY STILL
Is adapted to the die' ilation of Grain. Fruit.
Berries Molasses, and any materibt containing
saconarlne matter, producing all kinds of
PURE LIQUORle
at trifllng expense.
Druggists. perfumers chemists. etc., should
have it. Cheao. sure and enfe.
A right to use the GLADNNEY STILL during
duration of patent can bd had at the following
rates:
One gallon.................... $10 00
Two and a balf gllon ...... -... 15 00
Five gallone ........ .................. 2 oO
Speiaterms for laragr *H1 a
J. L GD P ee
,g. Y t ysa gsr Qsrse
GIERMANIA - - - HANOVER
NE1W YORII
UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY.
Itatcment ot Londltion, January 1, @18 .
Cash CGaltal ..... ................ ... n o1 oo. oo
Beserve for Relneoranoe ........ 786.la, s
Reserve for losses under adjustment.
etc ................................. 142 524R 6
Net surplus ............ ....... 1488.99 41
16.817.681 77
INVESTMENT OF ASSETS.
Cash on hand and in banks ........ 1591,687 94
Bonds and mortgages, being first
lien on real estate .................. eao on
U. 8. B odse
Bar value. 12,oa20ooo, Market value.. 2.11n,ool 25
par value. 87.90. Market value.. 44.087 5o
St ate, City
and rail
road b'nds 125 oo, Market value.. 142.10 o00
apseonured by collaterals..... 27,00 00oo
Real etate ......................... . s 789 4
Interest acrued ..... ............21112
Oash in bands of agents, and in
course of transmission.. ........ 1295002 77
$8 817,681 77
ATATE4MEN T
- OF THR -
FIRE ASSOCI &TION
OF PHILADELPHIA.
On the first day of January, 1tso.
ASSETS:
Market Value,.
Bonds and morraes............ $1,116 611 78
United States reglstered bonds...... 0as075 oo
Philadelphla city bonds ... . ....... 20 70 00oo
Clnocnntlti cit bonds ................. a8 60n o
Camden city bonds ................ 7,200 oo
Masonio Temple bonds............ 21 200 so
Ptteburg olty bonds.................. 5 500 oo
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. bonds. ... 122,670 cw
Pennsylvania Company bonds...... 10.000 00
Lehigoh bal and Navigation Com
pany bonds .............. ........ 101.5o0 o00
Lehilgb Valley Raillroad Co. bonds 149,680 00
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Company bonds ....00........... ono
Catawlesa Ballroad Company bonds. 11.4o on
Philadelphia and Erie Railroad
Company bonds................... 15.25o o0
Camden city warrants.... ......... 7,85 99
Bhamokin Valley and Pottsville Bail
road Onmpany bonds........... 21.000 00
Pennsylvania and New York Canal
Compean bn d .............. 47.. 0 d
Texas end Pacific allrod Oo. bonds 10 ar1 )n
Pennsylvania Railroad C"O.etock.... 152,618 00
Lehigh Coal and Navigation Com
pDe y stock ......................... 1.000 00
Philadelbhia. GI-rmantown and
Northern Railroad o. stock.... 93,927 o
Obeetnut Hill Railroad Co. stock .... 7.17s 00
Pire Assoclation stock ................. 870800 00
Real estate .61,500. 00
Accrued and uncolleoted Interest.... a88s 72 9
Cash on hand and in bank........ 180,807 e2
Agency premiums in course of col
le tion ............................. 110.378 22
Loans on collateral................. 92.22 77
Total assets.....................14.1le,717 97
LIABILITIES.
Cash capital..... . 0..... . - 0o.ooo on
Unadjusted and unpaid
losses....... ...... 118 21 86
Reinsurance fthd........ 2.61et.t091 82
All other liabillties..... 8,258 64
----18.018.971 51
Sur lus .............. . ...........$1,146.746 16
New England Underwriters.
SECURITY, WASHINGTON,
PROVIDENCE.
Statement January 1, 880.
ASSETS.
United States bonds. ......$299,575 00
Bank stocks............ 74 670 00
filty of B ston bosds .... 28 200 o6
Railroad stocks.......... .88 as 25 00on
Rallroad and other bonds.. 145.786 o0
Providence and New York
bank stocks ......... 182,150 0o
What Cheer Corporation.
real estatA...... ..... 20,000 00
B. I. Hospital Trust Com
pany. participation ac
count .................... 40000 00oo c
Loans on first mortgage... 14.000 00
Cash in banks and office .. 61.042 3a
Bills receivable ( Marine
premiums)...... . 47.027 84
Due from agents uncol
leoted premiums, etc..- 57,554 84
Accrued interest, salvage.
property. etc.......... 368 a 0-1997,475 88
LIABILITIES.
Cah capltal ............. 00000 o
leinsuranne reserve --- ... 286.295 76
Unpaid dividends.......... 2,284 92
Reserve for losses being
adjusted.:............... 72.519 43
Net surplus .............. H8 875 22--997.475 88
I. Andrew A. Woods. agent of the above com
panies, do hereby certify that the foregoing
statements are a full and correct exhibit of the
general condition and affairs of the said compa
nies, as sworn to by the officers of said compa
nies before the Insurance Commissioner of the
state of New York. A. A. WOODS.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, the un
dersigned, notary public at New Orleans, tbis
twentyrfifth day of March. 1880.
FRED. ZENGEL, Notary Publio.
Di.eases of the Nervous System.
FEIALE COIPLAIITS---CIONIC DISEkSFS
DR. W. BILLE, 196 Canal Street,
Between Dryades and Bampart streets.
TUPAIBMENTS OP ANP OBOANIO PUNO.
I tion. Impedimenta to marriage. private die.
easee in men and wnmm en.ermatorrhea, Im.
oo eney. nervoas deb.lt ceased by abuse ori
jut. made a speeoalty. Dr. Bflle is a upl o
ProBloord. Pars. has resitded bae for reass
eat has no equal In bias as
.. bra
BfwjID.CIl AUADEMI 0 MUOIO.
LAST WEoEK OF THE SEASOl.
Monday, April 1 .............Por u*o Wa1
Matinees-Wrdnesday and Saturday,.
Maneger Bldwell respectfully an tonoies as
the OLIMAX to a sa.nessful season te e ngaget
mert, at great expense, of the latest li
glreatest
COMEDY SUCOEmS OF THE A03,
AN ARABIAN 1.AtIlr COMBINATION,
H-aded by
Mr. E. F. THORNE. Miss OtRIA)TTA EVELTd
and great letropolitan Oast.
In A ugustln Daly's greatest success, entitled
AN AItABIAN NIGITr
Or Haroun al aseechid and His Mother.lI
Law.
With new soeaerr and appolntmente as too
dueed at al's Pew Theatre, New Iwt
City, for three months, and ono Ion p
press and pubile as the GREAT HIT o s
season, endthe
IMot Laughable Comedy of the Dap'
*p'teats should be secured In advance,
aepic tf
BIDWELL'8 ACADEMY OF MUS10.
ONW Wuie LOwtaU,
POSITIVELY THE LAST OF SEASON.
Ormmeaelte Menday vesaln, AptQl i,
The charming and talented young Vlrglllas,
EMIS AGNES HERNDONr,
Makinga her dramatic debut in New Orfle.a
with a superb Dramatic uompamr.
Monday. Tue day
and .undaj en. BEIGNING f BLO1ON u
ings; also we ne.I 8BAT
day Matinee. 5.1a0 Coln e. 133U.
Wednesde and SENSATIJ DBAA
Thursday Even- `431s
ings. Or. A Me's Dter eot
Frldray Evening., A A m
which will be resated SaTORDAY 3.115ý 1 ;.
and IATURDA AMATItRE ap ju
LEOTTUoB..........................LEC OTU
REV. W. J. MUIPHY,,
AT ST. PATRICK'S CHUIBICH,
unaday Evening, April 18, at rS Ip. a.l
- ton ru -
BENEFIT OF THU POO3
Visited by ladles and gentlemen of tlhq Il.:
Vincent de Paul Sooiety,
Admission free. Collection after the
The friends of the poor are reetitaIF
vlt d to attend.nont only on count o
ject, but espeofltly the moral and I l
treat whlah will be presented on the
ap1 18s
THE FIBST GRAND PION10
To be given by the
SCREWIEH'S BEB!VOLUiT ASSOIOATI
-AT TN -
FAIR GRIOUNDU,
ON SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1,
For the benefit of the IRISBH EIaELFIE1F b
Ameismente.
1., Hurdle race for s:; $2 so entranee .hU0
r moreto make a race; second [email protected] M "
his stakes,
a. Bunning race, mile heats; priea l «I gis
tranpe five or more to eater; secono. !1 '
save his stakes.
S. Pony race: pries sta for one mile dIsh 105
trance h: fourteen hanas or under.
4. Mule race, one mile dash: prise 0ieS as. I
trance. .
a. Trotting race to buggy; prise t9i: 59 smead '
trance; three or more to enter,
5. Trotting race to dog cart: prime Og¢Iegi t.:d i
harness; open to the fire depertrn.t 1ral 44
trance free. ~
7. Five miles, go.ae-you-please; oRu s6
members only; prize $so.
8. Foot race, 100 yards, open to aeWibp1" t
prise 2 60o sold pleoe.r,..
9. A challenue trotting race to sulky. fi. t
a side.
VeWI Operte.
10. Base ball match between L k. Less a..
Lone Stars.
n. Greasy pig: prize. the pig.
12 Climbing a greasy ole; prie, a SiOW
watch.
is. grand challenge football matc .
14. Best lady waltzer; lese, sil psa bre ;
Beet gentleman waltser; prize, walking als ,
Dancing in both buildings.
Racing to commence at a p. m.; base ball I.l
8:a0 D. m. '
Admission-Fifty cents; ladies and ehildtln
free.
A handsome gold watch will be given to t h
lac selling the most tickets.
Elntries for the races must b m adea ·L
James Beagsn's stables. on .aou. ehe
from to a. m. to inm., 2 saturaya , ap .il
on the ground Sunday.
Seald proposals or are bta
leges will be reesv at Jo ush'. fot' a in
Carey, corner oý Port and Levee, or
Hard.g's.as2 OhI p ew.street, Until
the twelfth at 12 o'clok in. The om
serves to itself the right to reject all
deposit will be required fr m the one w ib
obtain the rights and privileges, and ti e i
ance payable on Saturday, the seven.teen .N
GRUNEWAILD HALL
aUMDAY, monwDAY Anwm 1rm3A
April 18, 19 ad 20,
THE BOOIETY EVENT OF THE SEAS&ON..
Farewell Tour in BeadnlP s of the DIlfilnWgubig
Artiste and Qfen of RBAae. r
MRS: OT 50 . F SID'O
Three evnn gsa eh in cbaoipe uipogr I '
Mrs. 8IDDON8'8 repertoire on this i
will embrace the choicest selection from -
Standard Authors of the world.
Price of Adml saon -.---................*..i,
No extra charge for reserverd seate. to be I..
cured at Grunewald's Music Btore., '
GaManer for Mrs. SCOTT SIDDOeS.
F ENOH OPERA HO0UUISE
SEA1ON 1880-81.
OPENING OF THE BUB8BEIPTIOIL
-TO
A SEASON OF SEVENTY-.FIVt °
FOBMANOES
A FRENCH OPERA TRIOUIP
The subscription books will be opened
day, without exception, from 2 p m.till
until SATURDAY, April 17, inclusive, L:
Werlein's music store, 135 Oanal street.
Prire of u .serilptla:
Boxes of the First Tier ..................454 .
Front Balanoires....................... 8
Boxes of second Tier............ .. -
Parquet Seats .......................... 11
Balcony Beats (First Tier) ............ IS -
The price of subscription will bejsl* -y .
follows: First half on the day 1o o .u .
first perfor manoe of the season, ands .i Se4 l
half on the fifteenth day of JanýI5lIs Ue
mbao tao17 JOHN Ilk VIM £DV.
ELECTBIO BELLS-THE NEWEBT
-__ best method of Bell-hanal..ag no n
drestined to supersede entirelr the ol*
!oned, bungly, annoying and expensive
No breaking of wires; on the con . w
onoe in position for the electric current
an electric bell is there for a life time.
is necessarr to sound an alarm Is týa
el a button.whie h msay onnetwLL
In servants' room. dining room. k
-in fact any part of a residence pr taý s
house. (No burglar will enter a bhmtl*:tL
of these bells in 't.) trald buttonsr~ ea % e
ranged with ladicators that a rervant e, a
in an instat from where ien ars.
umbesof or most o

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