Newspaper Page Text
FARM AND GARDEN.
o tefltl llnts Upon Yarious ul jeets. Industries on the Farm -- How to tlng Pligs--Pungus Growths and Other Matters. he comparative profit of large and nnllII a.l.e question which will not tay settled. a few oaees the su!ldlrieplon of la'hor anli omy of system toil rfavrably on retlrns ; nlly, however, the want of acpital,. in oity f .t' s lntemati o cff.rt, or I title wa top leaklge mnake amhitilon untIdrtaking a aratlv* unproflitblie. toen aivanta goi bte small farm eysite Iin i the necopPa ry lration of everly oUl ' of Io t .'lll'', I1he sation of every cspa'lty for plrodlct'lon. the employment of the labor of overy ter of the rural family. The FrIensh a good lilu ration of this ihla. Sfragment of time, no prItluct of th, no ray of sunshineI or 'drp of rain permltt>d to he Ioip. T'i'e oeal of thel rut and the keeping of pooltry are g these nlnor indiust ril I blt cfT'lfrd e mient to the extremeiO of youth ari ag,'. omparative profit. or Pmiall aIli large of ohiokene only illustrates in nn cx rated fashion the dlllliirllly In Igt a profit out of hlig farms. O)nn in a i will condluct poultry operations tably on a large Peale by oberiviig with e dare the contll I, ,ne that all ae a Pmall profitable. If the blrds are allowed free l lthoit crowding, lure aair nIl wiater e neededlO val lely of f i'd, 'egotable anl l, whioh a lsmall Iti sk i alls inn Ilts -htery circult of the farmilll, they will be Ithy and profitable. 1h11i, it la exiroeii'ly dibt to fulfill all those s'ildlitonl . --INw drb oribne. now TO ImNto PrfH. t this season of the your lhug root the nlt up badly for the roo.ts of grploeP etO. Io pastiurelll Ilan kept II goo!t Iltn with a lotof h,(ag running tol it, un i tn liret put in thuir nosei. It il not, h ti a 10I to i I ti'l IfI .e i4iiPInderi' taIul It. orrApondebt of the ,)hf,( PI,rmenr gctp tlihe into a clees pen-l lit ihi clb'. the l'lttr, aR haiv a better oh.sn, to oatch tlihem. Take io bhalf-incllhl oottli rl) lix or seven ,a d ilake a ptl Ilt) tn O ln onne end. the leftehisltf the hIR1 and hold the 'el opened, in youlr right hand. thenl Itdown antil the bottom of the lnoos Is With thb ht g'i monuth; now draw It back yodll da bit for a hoic",, and ns soon as SIt well In the mouth cloe! the nlolo.e, your place by the ho(g's p.hi until the s drawn Utight. As coon an thieis in de S to a poest or anything Wonvenlient. t enough. The hog will pull back soon as fastened, andtso will tie d while you work. ow th hg wIb nrught, the next thing th te ii, '. US heavy rinugse, suoh ' e bw tlnner for tin pane. Take I otu o the aunimal, and with a punhb make two holes half an bl sai de of the centre, teing to il far aenough back to give odl, and at the same time S a to touch the htne, as It will the s Next put Ill your rngs Swth a couple of pincers; now Sand ofr tha.lmno directly over 'ss., with the plnters, and at the Lfele" m the rope from the put, and Sbog will ln rung and loose without in 'tmraue onowrms. A writer 0l0 ngitl growthe says their cent lml lmany millions of dollars. lt his It trees from the seed; itgrain oraope more or less every Bhis fruit from blosusom to a it with a determined hate; mlidw his eas and peas; they Impair atp.L potaIto ; they poison his hogs - s call ttle; they destroy his loved often with inltnlous disease; and then lout his store-houses, his dwelllngs, and h tening UPon himenlf chains at lst, as grou on whioh to rien their spores for w ek on others. No pest ls so deadly, so insidlous In Its workings, none so d -4a hilr .us everywhere and under t t l. Inuegnitlant in them their very obscurity gives them the oppotunlty for dotng us iujury.--I'ral SMALL FRUIITT. li garden is so small that. an assortment rsmll fuit cannot be grown in it, and only who have been thoughtful and planteld .ine or tree in its little spot among the collected good things really under how much oan be obtained from a patch of grotund. Because large things ;teao be done and extensive preparations these things, the many do not enjoy a. A s II spot of ground will produce yield of strawberries. They open the of fruit and last about a month, pro a daily supply and banishing sickness family. 'ihen if a few raspberry have been provided in the out-of-the in the garlen, that delitolult fruit I.at upon tue heels of its forerunner, wbpicyT, lastIng not quite so long, but SInterval until the blackberries are S sto be followed with grapes in ,thus giving a season of tsmall th l tce cost of labor or attention, and saving in providing the table, tbeides It better.--lFaetom y and Farm. TRMOSINT the farming communities are always or less interested in gro wths that prom aboumtlful supply of green fodder, a word tecdnate, which some of the seedmen ntrtiduced into the market, may not be Its advocatee claim that teoeinte suir either corn or sorghum as a solling or plant. It somewhat resembles Indian In aspect and habits of growth, but the are much larger and bnroader, and the areilled witheweeter sep. In itsper It producees a large number of shoots yl,.d an abundance of foliage. of teoelnite have been sent from the Gardens at Kew, England, to various coloniee, including the Bahamas, and Indies and Australia. According to exchanges favorable reports have made concerning it. Australia reporting withstanding the severest drouths. Te a an lateresting plant for exper t at the extreme South, where it will be lal, thofgh it is not advised to make trial .n a large scale. At the North, if In hot-beds during the spring and trans to the open ground In May, teosinte alord a decorative plant for large gar --[lt. I.us Rural World. mHEEP TICKS. on sheep are a very troublesome and how to get rid of them is the ques After the old sheep are shorn they will or aearly all of them take refuge on the atld if allowed to stay they propagate an extent that they become very I have seeen them so thick as carse a great deterioration in condition, nodoubtdeath. When they get so thick are very difficult to dislodge. I asked a wool grower the other day how to rid of them when the flece is long. He it was very difficult. ".Gving sulphur," he. "with salt, is good, but somewhat but early shearing Is death to DIpping the lambs, soon after the old are sheared, in tobacco juice will keep a almost and generally quite free from "A caretul flock master will get rid of somebow.--lStock 1hrm and Home OGRAS ABOUND THE HOUSE. contrast between the premises that , In the one case, wood, chips, bits of brush, dead weeds, remains of old sad rubbish from the kitcien, and in other," nice, well kept surface of blue Is vert gat, and weadvise those who tbesqerin place of the latter togo now, before rthe aa adutM emc .ss awd,l dearp o. btiwh, 1l a lend, d ow iy i of blue renaAt te. rate of ouor lve bihebe to he hale, flue treuf i rtf1 ahift, hefiae the large amout requl e-tert F.flrm Jourunl. (MN4 MEAre AND) itAN,. I consider bran a very gord thing for onwe, not the coarae bran with all the flu pollardle, pte., OleanedPi out, )but Igo. hratn. And I ~eon elder been meal and bran mixed a gooil thlng for nilk and for dairy ouwe, as there le pirettgath In it for finh msaking ac well lnillt making. Oate I have unerletroHI, are gmtd for milk, but I have never trbil then, an I do not grow any, nor ever biought any for trial. Trailing wheat ground is goaid for mlilklin prolrti.tl and rllam. I give my rowe wlhea ground lnt.., meal- .one gallon in the morning with chaff to e'rllh, andl another at night (5 o'cloclk ) with chlff again, and hay afler milk. lng lItl hay at iI) o'c llek and at nllld'av. I lhl the above m11( anioin well. (iowa mult live well If they have anything to ido; thle atlrawyearl will not ito It I never aen anIy thing hilt ,il' HI or tIran -nio artlllCiI froIli, auch.(l aRnkl . M illn iR c1a P allall paeleP, ult a larget one van le enarlid on juatl the anH.i. Whiy not l I keiep tliree nlow, andllll two oly are milking, io ther in ial; tineteen ani one half plnlird of blttler ni.adln onll wrk from thi two cow)p; all dry fi.ii, no ro'HtR of any tler'llitill tn ver grown for cattle. l'iiey )ly,. p11t1p1 1p, have a lit h Ibarley caviinga ona aRpially)' givenI to I ienio when 1 hlve allny, lut niot a ai rule. Your oliw Ia very uinu like your lanl-.- 1' ),you takeoffi or away youI mat iput. on, or the reaMlt will he not llltch ill prolvenlnt.. A gpeullinl thing, I th lk, is nit periur to an artilltalll, In whthh we c.nolit Flo well detect tll alduhlteration, If any. If a inw ilep not get mniuchb toitt, oIly atriw aIII a tilt of hay at the Iel lkltly, youl rolnit xpreot th)ll aOIern, If your la . I1 gallt the straw n.-i: cIT It. and li guwati mlanure put on, how about your heavy .lRpa? I think gitel hIlorlmad.l inllfll' Ir the lii'at, anRl glod homine-grown foaill for cownthe an imu; at. Ileat I hrv always fou.id It im, and I havn l. en tna l to titian atvatomila all my life. lII.glieh Agrllultural (I aRette. MUtt14. (CUItIl FOI)t C(Oigh., (olhi, Noro Throat, BronrhitiM, Asthmla, Cons .l ptlon, And All ls.mmee of Threat and I.uner Ivatitllnp 1tl vornranr ra o. lalp "m Tutln Oryr tallaitd Rlink Qa,.ly. O(d Ilty Whlak y and olh',r tQnln.. Tl'he FrJtai Ila known to oulr Itpst hytlcolnem. I hluhlby cultnmnnllnd pby them, nid I he analy si of on orr nor mlt rominoant chem hIte, Prof. U. A. MARIINKII,o OChl'ago, I. on the Rlahlt of every bttlr.l If is w'll known to the marti lI profrteion t lhat T)OLU. ROOK and Bt Will alffrd the grclttnt, relief for Cloth, Coe,hdIa, Iluflnemaa. llronchiltl Bore Throat WaIk ,unats, alio Ooneumptlion, In the Inoltent and URad = a a I EVEIAGOI and APPETIZER, mnltlna a delightftl tonic for ftaily use. You,, wlill lnd It tuleasant to take, of great servlce: If weak or debilitated, alv e a-trnmt.h., tone andl activity tQ thn wholn human frame alt ua ln) r, N , Bo tles 'or 'amUIIy Ue ý + C AT Tl N. "N'T DE " " KItENCK & MARTIN are the only matnufioturere In the world of 'I'OaU ROOK AND RBY. end none In gnanuiln that a ,ee not boar the NAME and Governmentt; atnm. Do not be dec.lved in laaying t.hee goods. LAWRENCE & MARTIN, Proprietors, 111 Madison Street, Chicago. BOLD IN NEW OREItANB by all Drtuaalate Orogners a ndWine. Mrcants genrally. wholele by FPLAMH. PBIt4TON & 00. I. L LYONt and F HObt,ANDR. w>to will unopl the trade at maut facturer's prices. At retail by taesara generally. mnh lWeS.rNl nWpow t No MORe LMUR . GURL Manufaectu r. ,, " u ter the above Trade Mark hb the UROPEAN BALIOYLIO MEDI OINR 0C., of aria and ILielplal. IMMnUtATI Rgtctarv WAiRnANTD --P-EtMANIwa CUtaI OuaINTsnID. Now e.lnuelsvey used by all elelbrated thyiclanse of Europn and Amerl. ca'. The biaheet Medlcal Academy of Parlri re. eorts i urre out of ton crees within three daye. eeeret.-The only disolver of the pelmon ente trle Aeld whlch exites In the Bloed o Rheumatle and Gonty Patients. CURE.I. CURED. CURED. H. S. Dewey, Eq., No. 01o Broadway. Inflam. matory Rheumatism. J. Leavy. E~r.q No. 4ra Washington Market Chronic Rheumatism. Mrs. B. Towne. No. Os East Ninth street (chalky formations in the jiot ). Ohronic Rhnumattlsm. A. M. Prager No. 1r Newark Avenue. Jarmy Oltt Chronic Itheumatlsm. John F. Ohamberlain, Eti.. Washington Club Washiuaton. D. C. Rhonimatic Gout. Wma. Btlidi. Tha. .~o, 11 Wrybalinet street 'ProviaehoR . i. I.. of twenty years' Chronic lihnnmattlm. John B. TarngataR. No. 100 Sanchez street. San Francisco. Neuralgia and iolatica. For malarial. Intermittent and chronic fevers chills or naue. SALIIYLICA IS A CERTAIN CURF, Supernsedlngentirely the use of silphate of qulnlne, am It will not only cut the fevers, but will achievea RAIIICl. .CiUR witlhout any of the Inconvenennce and troubles arising fromn QUININE. $1 a Box, Six Boxes for $5. Bent free by maill on receipt of money. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT, but take no imitation or substitute. as our Bali eylloa (oopyrrighted) Is Iuaranteed to relieve, or money refunded. and will be delivered free on receilt of orders, by calling on or addreesina WASHBURNE & CO., SOLE AGENTS. 212 BROADWAY, CORNER FULTON STREET (Knox Building). N. Y. -FOR SALe lY- I. L. LYONS, Corner amnip and Grailer Streets. mhls lyD&W OF F ICE W. S. CAMPBELL, Agent, 29 Carondelet st.. New Orleans AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Steamboats, Zteamships, And Famil ýs SupplieO Has always on hand a full stock of St. Bernart and O' Nel & COr '- re`lbrated Pi-.hulra CVo J. I, WALKER, D.D. , Near Batonne street. AI elneranoms is .DEUTImTyR - eason" - shrr IR LOIL Ru, SF'ANISH FORT -ý AND LAKEE RAILROAD. Depot Corner uanal and Jacin Ktreeta. On and after AI'll1l I tralne will, Utill fur ther *ItQPn. leave An followP: At neRtx p A nd every hour afttr Until it p. m thnueRnve, belIt hour. Last. tramn from olty at 7 n.. in.. from the Fort at a I. in. ArrnuenicntC r'an thn frn Jortr I utla traltie. T. 14. WILLIlAvH. TUN IBInOIBTIUUT P J11BTU TOO UIARTW ONLY LINIB WfITfg DVUIN% V DAILY PAA· On ant aftt 1tlday. Atoll 4 jt'o1 trnitl wi r rtevri. and eawve 1URpt. (oot of U0uiAl ettiat au rtllows 1 tZAAY3. A~RiR~V. No. 1 ItAree,' NQ. I oot't'. 'tally. ... ton F7:11 t4 a111.. .. ..R:tat a.I, Nu, a UiXor6a.u No. 4 Kxproc+A dal·x ..Ilixt p~m. ..Wily.... lo~ua t.m No. e Ooaet a M N. ano oaet A! oonaodlatl'n uowrnUolti'n daily exoxlt daily ex'nnt. Itu1nday... .. 1 v v'll S unday "",33:n ao.m RTIhtt mayl en tbtaluoet avid 8I."plvip 1',N Bertha aeotirn In adlviwyun on Ap.tiiont ton at the of lhte OOrqer trip and (lotnnori Atreeta. ojvn'w ella tilt JU~t~ iMDI~NBituit ton' tintt. d~li J ___________IAp ,jnn HE RAT JAOILMON IROUTIL 11$IU&S. ST. A0 IM14 ANtI NEW Ott. LEANS EIAIE,7RU0AU. Train wnill mov~e 14 d arrive at tho (h~lt q,~ Tatran wiloton and after January 17. 13180, at Leaave. Arrive v. 1j , 1:3t I. 1In. V jo. 33. t1 0A. ul ro. !.7:4l a. t uxed No. 4. 1.er ) . M No.1.nid3 run dally. tmoo.e and 4atally. to. Ntartauayotloomnodation for Mitomli Cit. leave. At. 4'00 V. in sunday Hxout.rIon for MonOmh (Il'y leavee at 7:15 a. m. Ieturuing1.rrivna at. t:.n A. itn. I10 11AR 901b i (1~ and f, n'r.10UIn a 3leepnrir Itt at. teh 1 1id at t111 *,nal~llns pwriuuora to at Unto uh hi~~ Iytnqtie tr4ln Only O bIANOP To NNWý f ItalitVAR 1 RN CITI9N, linitrovoil Illeeatline anti, tItllvelox Chair viow to Viokehl ro dlly, wlth out ohanere. Tioket. for erakp. berth anon rod rind Inform, lJon givenl at Nio. 13 IC p autrnett. riornor uommpaon. 01111m011. s D DuLDON. TieTRtitnrit l.fAIIUýcnaraI º'twaanwnvr Avant, THElI FINIT BRAND -OF WHISKY IVEB PUT ON'THIB MABEET IK THISTLE DEW, MANUFAOTURItD BI HENRY W. SMITH & 00., KENTON UOUNTY. KY. THE UNDEBSIGNED HAVE NOW THU SOLE CONTROL OF THIS OULEBRATED BRANIr IN LOUISIANA AND MISBISSIPPL, ANi C~hJaenle Comprlisen Wits the Oldest and Finest raunda Ever Offered on this Markot. THE FLAVOB IH DEtIUIOtD The Purity is Guaranteed, Iloquet Unapproachable, AND WE PBBDIOT THIS BRAND Will Carry the Trade By Storm. LSO., KEEP OONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOOK OF OTHER, PFI LIgUORS, WINES, CASE GO0DS, BrC PATTIBON & BOVARD, 72 and 74 - - l(ravier St --72 and 74 NEW ORLEANS. i1lt IT CANCELLATION OF BOND. STATIC ON LotuItTANA. Executive Dehpartment. , W.IIEREAS. JOHN W. RtEOGISTER. OF THE pari.h of Tensea, ban , plted to me ror the cancellatlon of two bonds drawn and signed by him. an princual, one dated the eightneeuth In ay o: D)eember. 1871, for the sum of six thousand dollars, with Itobert Worrell and E. L. Whitnoy as securities. each for the as at of three thou sand dollars; and the other dated the twenty fllth day of Iebrnuary 1878. for the sum of nli thousand dollars. with Robert Worrell and U. 0. Cordlil as securtles. each for the sum of three thousand dollars, and conditioned for thn faith ful perfot mane of the duties of said J. W. oeg lasteras sheriff for th@ parilh of Tenas - Now, therefore. I. IOUIS ALFRItD *ILTZ. 0 overnor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this my proclamation. with the view of giving publlo notice to all per sons therein interested to show cause, In writ int, at the office of lecretary of etate. in the city of New Orleans, within ninety days after the last publication hereof, why said bonds and the mortgagee resulting therefrom should not be cancelied and annulled, and the sureties above named discharged from any further lia blities in the premises. Witness my signature and the seal of the State of Louisiana, at the city of New Orleans. this fifteenth day of April in the year of our L -rd one thousand eight hundred and elahty, and the one hundred and fourth year of the in dependence of the United titates of America. LOUIS A. WILTZ. By the Governor: W rL. A. STeONO. Secretary of State. aD17 30t CANCELLA EON OF BOND. STATE Or LOUISIANA. I Executive Department. E Wr HERE&S, FREDFRIIK FI80EB AND JOHN sOHOMS&Kit.l of the city of New Orleans. have applied tome for the cancellation of a bond, drawn and signed by FRED GEISS, as princital, for the sum of five thousand dol lars. with the said Frederick Fischer and John Schomaker as sureties each for the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, dated the sec ond day of Decrr ber. 1878. and conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of said Fred Geiss as Constable for the Seventh Justice Court for the parish of Orleans. Now. therefore. I, LOUIS ALFRED WILTZ. Governor of the State of Louisiana, nave thought proper to issue this my proclamation. with the view of giving public notice to all per sons therein interested to show cause in writ ing, at the office of Secretary of State. in the city of New Orleans. within ninety days after the last publication hereof, why said bond and the mortgage resulting theretrom should not be canceled and annulled, and the sureties above named discharged from any further lia bilittee in the premises. Witness my signature and the seal of the State of Louisiana. at the city of New Orleans. this twentieth day of March. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty. and the one hundred and fourth year of the in dependence of the United States of amerias. L)UIS A. WILTZ. By the Governor: Oscara Aaaoio. Aasts.at secretary of State. mhsi so SEED RICE. e ad Hoadura tsle . _t t 1868 ........... -ESTABLIHIED - . .-----.-. .18f08 A. A. WOODS, Nccte.Mor to WELHIIANM & WOODN, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, 188 GRAVIER STREET, ((osIpsit Cotton( l Exheani.) NE 1V 01 L OANM. Losses Adjusted and Paid ill New Orleans. I'TAT EMEN' O 'TIlE COIf TITION UNITED STATES BRANC H (Q1ien I lNilrunieo ('onljlnlly, On the th I tyfilrst aly or llhonmher, 1t7P. Nom. 1i7 anid $t9 Wall ltreet, New York. Thu mrountL of its 011ildlot In ..... 4,,(in,l001)( Th 'l'b.( nr. l o ft r t iP, I ta 1,11 ut in I ns 11 R( on Th|' A4H1.H " it in (th)l l111 ymno an Ihfll,'wP: (RPI Ot)l1 l .h . .. lltn 1 1110, 14 liesl Ftntn, n nlllll nhllllb r, 1.... . 25701 :ii U H. 4 unr (-t1it 1ill4p. '720,l.l) I, Ml-r kt volln. . 75,ho0.1( 11n U. 1t 4 ,tr oontn 11101. $4l1r 4m, Ma k hotl v lln ...... 41114,12 01 i nuna on Itonle ln l d MArlUR.o.. I.inllm fir0r1t Ion on llItl)) ,rnulre il t1 sI Ita,. worth )doubllln tijn aiontint, WI0 011d .. -.NO N . l birts o hlilt wI5 ne i a roll .. .. . .. 4,214!1 .ia D, Ii t l(fr i ltro fnt .... ..... 241.1)4 1I All other Mw0rt111i.·n1 ,, NON I. Total ARsst4 - "I "41.l65 sp0 LIAl)IIhI.,it. Ano"unilot n D anks or olther srnod. Iton ..... ONIE. AmoIntI owinI. anl not, l1un. to UtLo. 8 or iollnr criilltorp IOINI. ],(No8n n1)1 '11,,1 mbfll)u. NONI, ho(na nel tp1 od ad n1(1 d . iNONIC, ),(1515nap boIJOlanIld nilln.NN NO . jlls)n) unaldISlld. . . .7r,11172 29 Ir .onp III IIRtI)p s(UR ', Iaitin for fl ulr lihor l icoll( f ... . - 22.00o 7 (w) All lthnr etloniPs Sut.gant, tho (comn ,ans . .....--NON*.NF. Amouniot IIop)eS vc to rno lltrlln ollt Ptanding risks. .... rsen 141) 17 To:l Ilnabllit. ies ... 1.2n 2~0n 51 Thn Ugrntl.st amnlltnt, in avny one risk . $4 nn14o1n114 MI'ATEMENT OF TIlE CONDIITION - OF THUt - UNITED STATES BRANCH -..- OF T'111 - COMMERCIAL UNION INSURANCE COMPANY, On the first day of January, rIRn. ALFItRD PFi,,s. ItnlRdnt Ml nagner. UOHAIt.Eh8 HLWGLL, Aslstant. Manager. No. 117 andl 8f10 Wall .Nlreoft, New York. The amotlnt, orf ts fnpitatl in ....... 1 twin ton The nuillunitt f its otiltal UItDo n In 1 5noo,8 ) IN ThoI AHlETHof tnl l om elinylIi arf sl flollnwsi: Ca(h on haud and i t baniks ...... $It9. o 0p 11. H., 4o nr cnut. bondIs., r.liRtOred. ri 1170,7010 o14 U. H. 4 Por onnt bolnds, reilsatred s19.18751 00 IntlnrstI due on sto1loks nit, in mar ket vtllln,........ . ... 1,424 nll Promluums duI from ltL4fstN 129.inl4 1l Now Yol k ofileo prOmlumn ......... 41,475 50ll Total assets . ... ... 1,61.oa11,1 97 LIAIIIlITIEI. laonsso In tult and ro1ltnd ......... $12.175 07 rlpnsIns I lroro4 of ndjslPtmelnt and ti stlspnrO ........ .. 4 414 14 All othlr claims alatt;t the oim pany ..... .. .... ..... .. . 1,117 97 AmonIO)t. lnflaryiltlY to rfnisure olut tai ngll l rik k ...... ...... . 7115o 10 117 Total Ilablli .... ...... . .. . I (1 1187 t11 M4TAT M i111L N T ---.....OF THE IERMAN AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE CITY OF NEWIVOIIK. On the first day of January. 1)0). Par Value. ASSETS. Market Value. !t.'coo.oo U. B. bonds I re.lstnrod. $t. 1l7,011N0' ni(0llpo $15:.I4l) $1,719.1l1 I00 60.000 llhodl Il1an1ld Otlto 6 per onllt. ou l l) .... ... ........ . ,111. ( o() 5o.flio Mnssourl Hetato 6 per cent binls ........ .............. 5 (,1)o (1. 40.0100 Htuheslor City Water Loan 7 Ler cont bonlds.. ... 44.,1400 ( 21l,lll1 Buffalo Ulty 7 por cent boInd d....... ........ 2.1,001o 01 21 0(X1 Yonkers Utty 7 por oont bonds.. .. ....... 28,520 on 40.101o Cointral PI'dfio ilttllwaly first mortgaao bonds ...... 4:.l30oo 00 40,1000 Union 'l0111,oll first, mort auin bonldsl ... ... 43.000(1 o 401.110 KantaA Pwlnto Ibtllway Ilrst ltortl.la l0l 14 ........ 42,1400 on 110,.41 Ohletngo, l1(,k Wilanid aundl Pacilofl1 11 ilwa O per cunt bonds ................... i7.5I0 oN 0,001o Now York (JUnntral It. I1. 4 per nt, bonsth of 1881.. 51.5(.0) (x) 20,10 Ii.rto liallway first miortgage eonsollldatLd gold bondas. 21.2)10 no 20L100 li y racluse. Bhnghampton and N. Y. Railroad first mortgalfS bonds-........... 22.oo ) 60,000 N. Y. and lharlom Raillroad stook .......... ........ 79.500 00 2.19119,100 Loans payable on dnmand (market value of senurltlon ,s 11.2) ........ 251.00oo Agency premlium1 In duo course of colleotion ........................... . 79.207 80 Promlums due on volieles. local do art ent ........ ..................... 2 271 11 COsla deposited In banks ............ 131,416 26 CU'-h In the company's prlncplal of fl ee.... .. ......................... 1, 80 4 4 Total ................ ............ $2, 19,8 64 Cash capital ............... ......$c.oo on00 Reserved for losses adjusted and In Dr00 s ...... ........................ 76,631 29 Unearned premium reserve (Noew York State standa)rd) .............. 138,4624 7 Oommlsslon due agents and otheor curront liabilities - ................. - .444 44 Not aurplus- ................... .... 8710.60 16 atl4 lm 12 419.348 A4 FOR THE VERY BEST AND NEVER FADING PATENT PHOTOGtR A.PHS - GOTO olel Lacense For the STUDIO, Chromotype and Lambrotype oor nt,. Patent Proessoaee For the Statee of LOUISIANA 121 CANAL Street. - AND - MISMIRiSIPWI. I.1 - .. n~lr.. . .n n nn • THE GLLDNEY STILL Is adapted to the dis'illation of Grain. Fruit, Berries. Molasses, and any material containing saccnarine matter, producing all kinds of PURE LIQUORS at trifing expense. Druggl¢ts. perfumers, chemists, etc.. should have it. Oneap. sure and safe. A right to use the GLADNEY STILL during duration of patent can be had at the following rates: One gallon .................$10 00 Two and a half gallons ........... 15 00 _Five allol .......................... 20 oo Spel&! terms for lsrarr Stflls S .B. GLaDNJ PatFaenteee N ~huel l Orlesin. . Ww ams~auriippm! GERMANIA - - - HIANOVE R N H.W YO1:"11i I1NII RWRITEII.llNt' AUFIEN:Y. Uatrtrnpnt oft Ilondt11o,,, Jnnuiry 1. 1RR. (IhP) b (In'a it J ....... ........ * ft1 rlio (ito (oI I~npu, t vR IIr~r Igult)P11 " Rtlen. " " .. , .. nn,:1111 nn, Iltriirv fi'r fIu)RAR 11104 111I', nljitrtnlnnt. fitfl .. . . . . . . 1411A ORi (t Nnt aIrtIuA .... ..41...43 1 n9 419 911"R17.nnt 77 INVIO)'rMlI9NT OFIl A$HEJ'14. (Jn,'h nin hnd and InII Ititilt. .R. t. I6 1,0 t4 ffonrlds nodl pntrtgganoa trtIng rat, gg. ' fit l tntu t itt ito. (hIlt lit) (it U H. 11 udo, Ittor vanle $1,(rii wil, Market ,aluo. . 1,111 .1ou 1n f tnk HRok. ttnr vtltio ll7.,.lf Mnrknt vtrlni 44 111t1 blt H t e t . Ulty lnd rt l taonl ttotla 19r, lrun Mtarkot valon 1414,1331111 I L'enrna Prooutrnd byp tI tntttIt .. 17 liltI Itt IW al lrntn-1t1t. 6. . 7111 41 Itloaropt 110( rntd .. . 'L S.113 Fit (!i(Rh In htlnda of nglnti, and In trcnu rin of IrranP n IFsl O1 " " " ··.... 1114 I10 77 I ---- -- ----- . ~~..... .-...I.. 0:1 817,661 77~Rl!. 9*'TAT'riM It1 NI'1 - or TlE - FIRE ARSOOI& TION OF PHILADEL,PHIA. On the first day of January, 1n4O. ASSETH: Markeot Value. Bnnds anod moranps .- .. . $1, 1011n si 71 1lt'110d l tnt.Ot rglnorltrd horul.ll 09R i7b. 0O Pollndel phi)4 o t y ,-nds . 1170710 (n4 (1O i4flhati ,ity 1( 1d14.o. . 514 101)) h.lmdp opity bonds ............... 7.24(0 00 Mnponlt Tmplti bonds...-.... 21 NO (N) I'tltebura nity hbnds..- ....n... on I'Oenpylvana RItllroad (ro. bondsr 1i2.lr70 ,N) Lo.ib h"Rl and Navigation m om ny ... ................ . 101. 1(4 04 t.hllih Valloyr lllhrond Co. b,(uldl 149,)11) 13 Philadodhlaand leaditna Illaroad Cn pagl y bon0ds.......... .. 441 (oo4) Oata0=a P Ilroad CompaRnv 0onrle 11.441) 4 t'hlladMlpbta snd Eroie 1tllroad Cnmpany bonds. ........ ... t.1,24no on On4.mdn pity waIrrnt ............ 7. 99 SthRwokl Valley and PIttaville Rall. onad tOotp4 1 uny bonds........... l1.00) on P'onnylvanla and New York Onnral Comn pan bndl ............... 4.720 0o Toxao d P~rPflO~ R4llro11 d CO . bond 1)0 4) o PonnoylVnn a RnIllro)R O, 0. !top.k 1 ).5s oN Lnhlah Cool and Navigation Cornm y sto k ................ 1. n PhlldeRlpha, (t",rmantowrl and Northura Railroad Co. stnck.. :111,pT7 no Chestnut Hill 4tallrond Co. stook 7 175 o0 Fire Assoolatlon stock........... 7lo 00 ,1o R1d1 estate . ..... ......... . 1,O Acclrued and uncollected interest.... ON 073 9 Cash on hand and I1 bank . .. 8).14(07 72 Agency premiums in course of col. lenotioD.......... 110173 22 Loans on collateral .............. . 2219 77 Tootal a et .. ................ 4.119,717 97 LIABILITIES. (Oash na ltall ............. . $0 o.oo IN) Unadiusted and unpulli losps ......... . ... . 11 1 1 R44 ItRinpurance fund... .... 2.IIt.3011 32 All other liabilities 1.2644n n4 ---- l101,971 4) l. rblthl ............ ....... .14.10,741. 1I New England Underwriters. SECURITY, WASHINGTON, PROVIDENCE. Statement January i, 15p5. AHMETd. United States bonds ......=297.n5n o1 Hlhnk stooki ..... .......74 17o 00 (OIty of B ston bol ds ...... 23.2,4)4 () Ra.lroad stocks.......... .. 024)5 ( Railroarl and othrr bods .. 145.7)5 00 Provldnnce and New York bank stooks ............ 12.18 ro oo. What Chner Corporatioo. ro l olatat .............. . 2.001) () B. I. I1oplial Trust Com ilany. partiolipation ac o nt .................. . 40 000 4 ) TLoans on first mortglges 14.010 on C(ish in banks and offico- . 61,042 .s Bills recivablo (Marine rermlium ) ..... .... 47,027 34 Dun from Ragents. uncol Ictod premiums, oetc. n754 84 Acrnlod latert,. salvage. property. eto ...... 3.648 30-1997,47S 38 LIABILITIES. Cash ca ital....... ......$00.000 co Beinsuranoe reserve . ..- 236.95 76 Unpnld dividends......... 2.284 82 Itesolrve for losses being adjustd ........... 72.)19 48 Not surplus ............ ..6 )75 22--$97,475 83 I, Andrew A. Woods. agent of the above com panies, do hereby certify that the foregoing statements are a full and correct exhibit of the general condition and affairs of the said compa nies, as sworn to by the officers of said compa nies before the Insurance Commissioner of the State of New York. A. A. WOODS. Sworn to and subscribed before me. the un dersigned, notary publie at New Orleans. this twenty-fifth day of March. R18o. FRED. ZENGEL, Notary Publlic. Diseases of the Nervous System. FEMALE COIPLAIITS---CHRONIC DISIFSFB DR. W. BILLE, 196 Canal Street, Between Dryades and Bampart streets. TMPAIRMENTS OF ANY OBOANIO FUNO. Stion. impediments to marriage, private dis easees in men and women, spermatorrhea, im po encyr nervous debility caused by abuse or sae, made a specialty. 1r. Blle is a pupil of rof. Bloord. Paris. has reei4ed here for years nt has no equal in'B! as hbun dreds of a mostoa ,tyom ANNUAL BTATE.ENT -orns - NEW ORLEANS * Insurance Company, etr the Tear Hnllng on the Thirty-lros of Deeember, 137s. Frre premlnms ............. .S.mn1 et rin ...................... ,649 e1 InlnJ l .................... 41,61 a4*-011 ,gg 4 Premluml on rilke notter. mlnaled............ O6.g04 44 taturn premtlumsn......... 1A ,n . on ninseurranoe............. 11,7110 1- 1go,0g g0 Iet earned premlaut ................ a , teeLved for Interoesl, al vnae 1 and rents ... .S...... ....... .. 4 S, IInom e....................... ......*.. S, .,et liduct- Fire lontne...... I1,9o 94 Marlne ......... 9g 1e 2 Inlnd........... 106 14 ltI-tll ,li) 23 tatblte nal oomtulnelon.. 41,420 441 Oharlta.ledonntions ... .1,0 44O 1tatn anRd olty taxoes and II. Bntmnok and Balhag corpOP ........ ...... 66,978 1 (1rome PRfl6 een. bnen, offlt and fainolo ..... 4,.10. 70- A9N,65W 6* Oro a roft ................... ........ legry Dtlnuot Prloft and Ions--Los on mln ofl t onlPlsnn Btatt n.1no1. other a$Ealta and Julr dlvi'e nd..... g $o,bn 41 Reervel for tu.dlnad te los .. ..... . .. 10,000 0 Dividlnd Deo, 91, 19191...... 16.1 no Nurtplui ................... 1e,716 6e 6- oeU The nomanrn has the followrlng a9ettst O,-b in r~nt ......... l..10o.66 4 U. . hnd ....... ..... 10,omng 00 Ii'gl estate, lowent valru tior................ 182,148 2O Note. e oured by first mortange on ..ty . prop rt .......... .......... 97.44 Notes rn.ured byMiwIrans of available eeouritiea. sl.01 9n Notes for premlium..... 17,470 o6 N. 0., .1. and G. N. 8.11 Bort morta* ae bonds...... g1.o 00 o0 Pbarrn Waterworko On., at 167 7W0....-......... M a. 0 New Orlnans Waterworks first mortnane b o.d... 10,00on 0 BFank, Inurancnne, LoRsl. ana RIe Co.. and other Pttoks, lowest mtrket valn . ................... 1 4 90 Prelumrne In oourse of ool. lntion........... .. em.xt . A Due by sants........... t,16l 91-sa66,1 1e LIABILITI5B. Oapltal otook... ....... n ono0 lttrInrpuuoe re(prve...... 0e.24 44 nonlalmed dividends...... a. 9 a eserveod for unadiu.ted O...a r ..................I. 1.00 00 1979....... ......... 16.009 0 Burplus................ 16.71 The above statement l a true ad ourest transorlpt rom thzebookj of DI vopab j. W. mrnos. .eoretrv, iswor to and esut erlbeot beo day of Januarr. iM1rd uh obU em. Wu. tbh underlsned e 89'oIIal ommltle.ejp pointed jn the gBoad of Dlreaors of wte ew Orieanst nsuranoe lompany to valueta of aid comPany at their presoent market Val", do hereby oertirfy that after a osreful ezamlmn .lon the valuation of sa d n 6 ., abo. e sp itle, Is true and correot. w At a meetlin of the Board of Directors, hell, o, the tenth d of nuarp, t, It was e ovedto n ed Jlnthern, 1l0n0uaM, it ook to the stoko ers or ra elpfore sentatlve¶, DIBIOTOT S e b a"n , J A ft A KAX T~k. I., 11 L 18f Am SUN MUTUAL INaURANOZ COMPAtY. Paid Up Capital.... ..... 08,00, TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL STATMBi'. Om)rO Susr Muva.L .evUa" (s New Orleans. Janur-1/. 18, J In oonformity with the reauires of O lW charter, the Company plublisesh o illtowl statement for the year ending ]Deeebml $i. 1879: Amountof premiums for the Year endlng De cember 1. 1879: n fire risks..............297.821 01 0 river risks........... 10.7lar n marine riasks............ 47,1 16 P878.764 s Add unterminated risks. 1878........................ 94.789 a-$4.5,du Less- Unterminated risks. 79.. m99,9 oo00 Ieturn premiums.......... 11.11 M-- 111.101 t Net earned premiums.......... . - g.. ,s 5% Less Losses. etc.. paid during same period On fire risks .............. $.,0o2 On river risks .............. 6,77 On marine risks...... ..... 9.8 14 $1452.19 6 Beserved for unadjusted ansl unpald losses....... 48.1006 Add Reinsurance.. . ""4.18 86 Expenses.......57 47 64 Board of Under writers........ 8978 51 Taxes........... 8,41 61 Rent...........000 00 oo-- 96,4s Reserve fund, two per cent on capital.... ..... 10.06 00 Dividend on eoaital stock paid.... .......9,6~s gO Less discount and interest.. 25.884 10- 6A,84 80-- a9,1 10 Actual net profit........ ..... . 0.f15 The company has the following assets., et. mated at their market value: Stocks and bonds ................... ws u Loans on mortgage..................... .s Loans on pledge ....................... 1U1 a Bills receivable.......................... 1.90 a Real estate ...................... u,000 o Premiums in course of collection..... .a 21 Cash on hand......... ........ 115,740 Total assets........ ........ g 7,9u 0 The foregoing statement is a justrue 4tr cor ect transcript from the books of the eoa. pany. JAB. I Y.DAY. President. H. Csrmunrra Becretary. Sworn to and sueecribed before me this tWOS. tv-first day of Januar,9 . 8 o bl, A. GaaHAM. Notes Public The Board of Direetors, at a meeting held on the twenty-first day of January, 1880 after set. ting aside Ten Thousand Dollars to the t erve fund from the net earnings of the ear, pavlin the Ten Per Cent Dividend tohe eC - holders have resolved to par a cash divide o FIFTEEN PER CENT on the net earned par. tilcpating premiums of the year ending Decesa ber 31 1879, said dividend payable on and att MONDAY.January 6. .le0. DIBEOTORY: E. J. Hart, Julius Wets. Scott'. cOehk6e H. Renehaw. B. W. Taylor. D. Fatio. B. Bisle J. O. Morris, T. L Airet. A. Baldawn, James I. Day, B. BEO.l Ch. MaYready, Thos. Bimme. Sam . .o , W. P.L em3ur. Emory Clapp. Ohas.Boberts. J. G, Gaines. D. A. haffraifJ. A Blsne, J. 8. Flower. J. L Harris, H. lfewmaua ja84 1i JOS. PATZEIII, Ns,. 101 sam 10 Bareu e hrt, .. . .