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Notioeanf Marriaaea and Deaths will be In sorted in the Publio Lidoib at items of newt But anvthin beybnd the mere announcement will be obarired fur at the rait cf 21) eouUli.er line, Advortisomenta published at intorvals will be charred ten oents per lino for each insertion All bills lor advertising aro due wuon oon tractMl and Davable en demand. er All lutters, whether upon business1 or Otnorwuo, biust bo aduroasoa to wu J i twtiis Biwi utno, Publishers and Proprietors, LOST AND FOUND.', , amaaaaaaaaaaaaBBBB " Now. Arthur, are you sure that you can take charge of btir? If any harm should happen to Minnie, I ehould-never lorgive myselt tor letting ner go. uni if I were only able to take this voyage with you. ' 1 , i 1 i . .e The invalid scoke earnestly, and bright color burned on her waited cheeks. It was a long sea voyage for her two children to take from Singapore to Lon don, with neither latber or mother to accompany them. But Arthur Gray was a brave, self-reliant boy; all his liie had been spent on the water, from early childhood to the day when Capt Gray and his eood ship went down together in the Pacific, and Arthur Gray with only six Of the crew escaped. Na wonder that Mrs. Gray dreaded that Arthur should make another saa voyage so soon. It seemed unavoidable. Her little girl was languishing in tbe Indian heats, and more than one consideration bad decided Mrs. Gray to send her to England by the next steamer that should leave the port Could she trustier alone with Arthur? "Mother," said the boy, as much in answer to bis mother's look as . to her words of anxiety, "yu know you can trust me; believe me, Minnie is just as safe with only me as she wonld be if you werewithns; so don't grieve for us.' ... The round English boy bent down to kiss her cheeks and smooth the pillow for her head, repeating his assurances, until his mother 8 anxious heart was almost assUred that all would yet be well, She let them eo. Arthur and Minnie, and Minnie's Indian nurse; Arthur felt full of nride thtt his mother bad placed such confidence in him, and Minnie, too young to know either the perils ot the wav or tbe sorrowful void in her mother's sick room at Singapore. And Mrs. Gray was left alone in tbe land of gtrangors to follow in imagination the vessel s track. Day after day, as she watched the Indian sunset, abe pray ea, as momcrsoniy can, that God would bring her darlings safe to land. The davs passed nuietly at sea, and, to Arthur's great delight, each sea breeze seemed to bring fresh color to Minnie's cheeks; quite round and English-like they were now ; and she had been so Dale and drooping at Singapore. What a pet among tbe seamen wag that sunny haired little girl! livery aay sue wouia go witn ner nurse to see tuo um mnu who was working at tho coil of ropes, and bo would tell her long, long stories of the sea, till she fell asleep with her head in her nurse's lap, fairly wearied out with delight. At every opportunity letters were sent to the anxious motner in India, telling her that all was well, that her children were safe. Tbey were nearing home now ; no starm had alarmed them: thus tar it bad been a saie ana Tileoiint ionrnev. and they were steam ing un the Atlautic, just ou me coast ui t rance, when one morning woy wereau awakened by a stilling smoke in their staterooms and by cries ot alarm on Hpnlr Oh I the weary mother who sat that morning in her Indian home, would have looked more anxiously than ever on th dreary tea could she have foreseen her r. hildrmi'a danger. So near home, and yet so far from help; for the fire had broken out in several (jiaipe, uu u. flanies gained ground rapidly, roaring ike hungry beasts impatient lur tneir .. - ' 1 - - J l:..l prey. Strong men grew paie, ana nine children, too frightened to cry, wer clasped "convulsively jn their mother s arm. One little boat after another was filled and lewared and sent to the land. Such frail, idle things those little boats ipsmsn. as thev trembled on the summit of wave, or plunged despsrately down 1 watery valley below. Ihe last boat waa rapidly being filled, Arthur Gray stood helping in a dark Indian woman, and a flaxen-haired little girl. "Artie, Aeiio enmsl" cried the child, but her voire was silenced by the roaring of flames. Arthur looked at tbe tiny boat, now crowded more than full, and thought of his promise. His weight, slight as it was, might make th fata of the. boat more than hopeless. His resolution was made in an instant; tbe boat was low ered, and they were separated I ' Th' ship burned low, almost to the water's edge, and Arthur, with a few brave, sell denying fellows, all older than birostlf. launched a fragile raft, commit ted to the goodness pf Hiro who ruleth the raging sea and sulleth the waves thereot when they arise. 80 all that was eft of the good ship Leonora went down n the sea. e , That was a sweet June morning, and the ion shone Dleaaantlr on a, little vil lage ia the west of France oa lu abbey, gray with age, its ivydraped church, and its dark, frowning ball. There a lady eat alone io aa eitjeiaiteiy foratthed room; she was so beautiful I her dreaj waa white, and of the most delicate fab ric ; tw-r hair waa knotted ap with farla and gold. Keses clustered aroond the windows and threw their pearly snow : : rm : ' 1 . 1 . : MEMPHIS; TENNESSEE. MONDAY EVENING, MAY G, 1867. into the room as they bloomed and faded She was very young, 10 childish looking. and yet in such deep, deep sorrow. She was bending over a table where there lay an intent g snowy dress and some litti toys. A casket richly inlaid was open on tbe table, displaying its contents one sunny, silken .curl. And tbe lady pf that noble house bent over those tiny relics, and wept as if ber heart was break' ing. Her husband entered with a noise less step, and stood beside her. He did not sneak, but drew her to bis bosom and the tears fell like rain on that little shining curl, the memento, of the little child they bad lost. - "What sonnd is that T" She started to her feet as steps were heard in tbe passage, and with them tbe cry of a r.:..i.. j -i.:i.i 1 i. 1. 4 nn. irig,UlOIIBU VUIIU. J J 1 of her faithful servants, "a living child was washed ashore from the wreck, abd such a wee winsome thing she is, that we thought you would like to see her. It might put you in mind of dear little lady A nnnllfl " , Very pale and exhausted looked aor Minnie, for it was she. she bad been very nearly -drowned with ber Indian nurse, but tbe efforts of the kind cottagers restored her; and tbe lady Of the hall bent ever her and kissed her, promising to be a mother to the litti one until her mother should come and claim ber. That little French village became Min nie's home until she almost forgot her own language, and learned that ef her adopted parents, she did not know what a noble life was risked to save her from the burning ship. . a Years went bv. and one dav a Doitman brought a letter with a strange stamp. It wag from Arthur, and it told a long story how he had been rescued by, a passing ship, after being two days on that little raft, and how he had been carried far away, for the ship that rescued tbera wag bound to a distant port lie bad tried. ha wrote far and near to trace each ves tige of the wreck, and had at last fonnd out where she was. He was now on his way to take her to her mother, who had recovered and returned to England. ; Minnie heard it with bewildered sur prise, and so did the Lady Eleanor, her adopted mother; but when Arthur came she went with him to England. Very sweet it was to the invalid mother to see her own English home again ; but it was sweeter yet to olaap her children to her bosom, given back1 to .'ber. as it seemed, from the very shadow of death given back to be hers forever. - - Our Paid Philanthropists. I From the Cincinnati Enquiror.J , The, New York Tribune, speaking 0 two greatMassacbusetts agitators Wen dell Phillips and Henry Wilson and their personal or professional rivalry says: . " ; .. .... -; "There are beings mean enough to in gist that Mr. Phillips has been well paid for his anti-slavery lectures, just as there are those who will gay' that Ganural Wil son has achieved and retained desirable nnaitions by his anti-slavery politics. We despise tbese diverse detractors with equal heartiness.' Mr. Phillips need not have been an Abolitionist in order to attract large and paying audiences; and General Wilson renounced the party which steadily ruled Massachusetts, and seemed likely to rule her forever, in or der that he might more effectually uphold tbe equal rights of man." Fortunately, we do nottnink the worse of ourselves for having alladed to the faot that Wendell Phillips has been well paid for bis anti-slavery lectures. It msy be true mat Mr. runups neca not have .been an Abolitionist in order to attract large and paying audiences ; but it will do no barm to remember that be fore the war Mr. Phillips was a lecturer by trade, . and that during the war only those lectures did attract such audiences who agitated for war and abolition. If Mr. Phillips u not simply a man who agitates for pay whe lectures for money, ana, in oraer.to ooiain more money for his lectures, not only chooses sensational topics and treats them in a sensational manner, but trims the no tions which he pats forth as his opinions n such a way as to meet the prejudices of those whom be seeks to attract, then he has been so incautious, or so unfor tunate, as, by his conduct, to have given great encouragement to an incorrect view of his character. We certainly never heard of bis delivering a popular address without pay. If he could have attracted large and paying audienoeg by lecturing upon literary or scientific sub jects, he doubtless did attraet larger and better paving ones by tomenting tbe war spirit, and heating the passions of his bearers with exciting barangnes: all the more dangerous and unwholesome for the silvery tones and graceful action which are the characteristics of his ora tory. , , , 1 . . . Whether or not it be mean to insist that Mr. Phillips has been well paid for his anti-slavery lectures, of the tact that he hag been well paid, there is not a shadow of doubt If he has not the spirit of a showman, be hag certainly succeeded most admirably in imitating the practices of that industrious and thrifty order of onr fellow-citizens and if he is less mercenary than Alt Bur net or P. T. Bnrnum, the difference is doubtleas one of degree, and in a degree so minute as tq be altogether impercep tible to the common observer. When, by putting forth a false doctrine, man has made himself the means of intensifying a prevailing unwholesome excitement, it is not unfair to suspect the soundness of his motives; and when, in order to do so, he becomes flatly in consistent, and negatives bis own teach ing of other and different times, the justice of the suspicion becomes evident This Mr. Phillips has done. Nor would it be at all dillcult Upon the testimony of his printed addresses, to conviot him of (noonsistenoiea, excusable perhaps in showman, bat unpardonable in an apostle such as he is accepted to be by his imlorsers and disciples.. , , , Mr. Phillips and Mr. VY ilson hate each other aa rivals in the profession of paid agitator; the former taking his reward n cash, tbe latter tn promotion. If it n the heart of Mr. Greeley or the Tribun$ to despise detractors, he or it is nvited to despise, to its heart s content each of these for telling unwelcome truths of tbe other. It is not atrietly true tbat Gen. Wilson renounced the party which ruled Massachusetts. Mr. Wilson stood in that State in a position equivalent to that occupied by Mr. Chase in Ohio distrusted by hoih Whig and Democratic parties, and denied a staod- og in ei'.ser, and bit iaaor to npno.d tbe equal rights of man was simply the work of a suspected demagogue, to raise himself to a place which he might mis use, but could not adorn. ULRQEST CITY CIIICIXATIO.V. , But there is evidently growing np an other cause of rivalry between these rep resentatives of two different phases of the aggressive spirit of New England the one embodying the wildest fallacies in the forms of a positive philosophy; the one putting forth the most impudent charlatanry with an air 'of infallible statesmanship. Each is lookiug upon himself as the coming man; the elect representative of tbe New America ; tbe Chief Magistrate under whom is to arise the Utopia which will consist In the full, practical realization of JJoston social and political themes. LECAL. Attachment Salt. D. C. Ckilltm as. Jiik Clanromb, Strplim CIV eomb nnd Atkinson, ownert itf ittamer Hott UamlUton. TT APPEARING. BY AFFIDAVIT IN A lllll lU, Ml, IU. I ,I,IIUMIH. uuu oenib, Stephen Ciayoomo and Atkinson, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, it is ordered tbat they appear at my omee, in tn oity of Memphis, on tho 10th day of May, 1807, at 10 o'clock a.m.. and make their detenae. any thsy have, in the above entitled causa, or the same will be proceeded nun ,1 parte. P. H. llEINKICtr. Juntlco of the Peace in and for bhelby eoi-nty, T ABW7).K-4 Attucliraont Mult. Jam if. Williams v. William VvAaaoa. AFFIDAVIT FOR ATTACHMENT UAV in. bean made In this oasc. and attach ment having boon issued againat tUe estate of Win. Johnson, upon the ground tbat no is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and it having been returned levied, etc," It is there fore ordered that the said defendant enter hii annearanoe on or before tho 19th day of May, 1N67. to olead. anawer or demur to the said plaintiff's oomplaint, or tho same will be taken fur confessed, and the ea set for hearing ej parfa : and that a copy of this order be pub lished onoe a week for four oonseoutive weeks in the Public Lgooaa. 8. A. MOORE. J. P. April 19, im' oaw41-6o 1NOTIOE. ' A. Stt,MT.. T. Slulrt. TN8IIELBY CIRCCITCOURT, MEMPIII8. X Tenn., 11 aoearing to tbe Clerk irom the pe tition herein ni.il duly sworn to mat too ae f.ndant ia a non-roaident of the State of Ten nessee, it is ordered that publication be made In one ot the Alempais papers lor I our weesi citing the def.udent to appear in the Circuit Court within tho first three days of next term to be held at Memphis, for Nhelby county, on tbe third Mondavin May. 1S67. and ulead. an swer or demur to said bill, or the same will be taken for oonfessed, and s.t for bearing ex porte. Dene at ottice, April 1H, lfof . 4&aw-7 M. D. L. 8TKWART. Clerk. Attuoliment Huitw Srurt P. IT. Srinrich, J. P. : A. J. White f; : f-o. 0. JJormu . liatehff tvtd Vergel It, TMtry, computing the firm at Jtatelijf 1 1(- (try. 1 TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN I this cause that tho defendant. Donnas F, HatelifT and Verffel U. Tillery. aro non-reai. dents of tbe 8tate of Tennessee ; it is therefore ordered that tbo said defendants make their anpearance at my office, in the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, on or before the Uh day of May, 1S07, then and there to plead, an awer or demur to plaintiff' complaint, or the earn, will bo taken for confessed and set for h .aring exparta 1 and that a copy of this order be published tor lour consecutive weeks in tbe Memphis Piblio 1koiik. P. II. UEINRICH. J. P April J5th, 1867. law-73 I AW SIDE OF THE COMMON LAW AND j Chancery Court, of the oity of Moin- ntii. Tennessee. Ann Wriirht versus D WriuhL It annearina- from affidavit in this cause, that tbe defendant -is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee : it is therefore ordered. that he make his appearance herein at the Court Ilouae, in the oity of Memphis, Tennes- 1. on or before the second Monday in June next lnb7, and plead, answer or demur to plain tiff's bill, or tho same wHl bo taken for oon fessod as to him. and set forbearing ex uarte. and that a codt of this order be oubiished once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Pub lic L EDO kb. A oopy Attest. JU11N JJUNOVAN. Attorney for Plaintiff. Clerk. J. K. KnBKRTSQIC. law-74 8. E, WILSOff. C. F. MORGAN" D. TUE KOSCIUSKO CHRONICLE, Published Weekly by 8. 13. WILSON Ac CO Kosoiuako, Mississippi, TrEIN THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN Central Mississippi, with an extensive circula tion, Merchants and Business men generally will find it a very desirable advertising me dium. 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City and Country Trade supplied, Whole sale and Retail." 43-'fl rrr F. X. TBDDEAV. - ant nuxi, Corner Second and Madiaon St a., MEMPHIS, TKNN. TRUDEAU & DUKE Dealers aad Importers of Fine . GOLD AND SHYER WATCHES, VIAMONBS, SFECTA CLES SILVERWARE, JEWELRY. CLOCKS, Etc REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE CORRECT time. Having the only Observatory in the citv we are enabled to keep the oorrect mean time by Astronomical observations. 72 " THE ABERDEEN EXAMINER " TS THE ONLY DAILY PAPER BETWEEN Columbus, Miss, and Memphis, and affords through its advertising columns nnsurpaseed facilities for communication between the mer chants of the Bluff City and the merchants and planters of the interior. Its proprietors having bought out tbe SUNNY SOUTH OF1TICK, and roomed the material and subscription li'ts of the two papers into one, feel no hesitancy in claiming tbat no journal ia Mississippi is bet ter calculated to win trade for its advertising patrons than the EXAMINER. S. A. JONAS k CO . 72-eod Publishers and Proprietors. THE FAYETTE FALCON, PUBLISHED WEEKLY, ' BT S. a. & J. L. SPARKS, At Somerville. Fayette County, Tennessee. Terms-U. 00 per Annum, Advance. tMMIV. PROPRIETORS WOULD CALL TIIE 1 attention 01 DUimeea mu xnemiiou 10 HE FALCON aa an excellent medium for giving publicity to their business. Circulating in a section 01 country, iruiu wuii-u .nBm,pni. derives aa immense trade, the benefit to be de rived from advertising in its columns will at once be seen. - batbs or AnvimsiMa : One anuare of ten lines, or leas. SI SO for first Insertion, and 7& centa for each aubseauent in sertion. Special Notice., in loaal column, 2V oents per lino, lac usual reduction will De mad. on anonthlT and yearly adycrtise- menta. vou-co THE RALEIGH PROGRESS. DAILY AND WERK.LY. J. Julius Guthrie, Jr., Editor aad Prep'r. '1M1K OLDEST DAILY IN RALEIOH. 1 and the cheapest and beat papw in the State. That it ia a Journal the people of North Carolina moat dtvire and appreciate, is fully evinoed by iu rapidly increasing eircela lation. It contains ail mailers cf importance. News and Miscellany: is independent in iu noliiios: bold and fearleas in its expreanion of virwa on Stat, aad ataonal diplomacy: swayed by no party cr popular prejudice: has aome-thina- every day interesting to all claseea of tb. community, and tbat will make it aa aceepuble and agrewblc visitor ia 10. f amily circle, the Private boudoir, th. Counting Room. the More, the Workshop, and the San.tum of tbeStudent. It devotee a iarr portion of ita apace te Aari- cullar. and Meaaasiioc aa well ae le ISeMnec and Lirht Literature- It is elaaaie in ita atyle and religiously moral in ita tone, ia fct, it is a newspaper that should be read by ovary one. Daily, par annum, 97 1 Weekly, per sasisi, X Advertisements iaaarted ea reaeunable terms. til" I'lAE HLL'FF DIM'AItU, Pin Bluff. Aikansas. BOWERS tt SPARKS, Publishers Edited by 3. H. 8PABK.R. T3 PI'BLISHED WEKLT. IN 0XB OT 1 the leading Utwne of Arkansas. at ii uu er yvar, and oDera 10 merrnaata ot Ji.ps greet larilitiee for edvyrtieinc. It baa an attentive, rvreulatioa. and ia ra-ea in nearly every eowety ia tb. Stat, and ia tbe I.disa eoeatry wen: and is the UXLY PAPKH pabhshed in Pin. K;laff. Arteo. river trade a worth having, t-end as yur adv.rtiaearrerjt, Caarra mo-ie-rate. eodjl-l.H Ten Cento ' Per Week. - NO. 55. INSURANCE. INHUUK WITH Lindsey & Vredenburgb Agents fer the following tnt-class companies Home Insurance Company, of New Yotfc Capital, - t3,7JS.OOU, Security Insurance Comp'y of New York. Capital, ... $1,002,700, Enterprise Insurance Company Of Cincinnati. Capital s s t tl.OOO.OOO. TtARTfRS DESIRING INSURANCE. EI X ther Fire. Marine or .lull, would do. well to eau upon LINDBBT & VREDENBTTROH Before effecting insuranoe elsewhere. No. 11 Ivladitjou Street o-Bt Tj atnlr, VamrM'. Tenn. JOB PRINT. NC. NEAT AND ELEGANT JOB PRINTING ,' ' AT LOW PRICES CARDS. .. CARDS. CARDS, , CARDS. CARDS, CAKDB, CARDS, CARD. CARDS. CARDS, '$6 ''AND $6 50 PER 1000 BILLHEADS, BILLflKADo, BILLHEAD. Till, I. HEADS, . BILLHEADS. BILLI1KADS. BILLHEADS BILLI1 KAliS, BTLLH EADS, BILLHEADS, $15 00 PER REAM. CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS. CIRCULAR?, rmrlli ADO CIRCULARS, $10 TO $15 PER REAM. JBILLSj LADING' BILLS LADIMi. BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING, BILLS LAKING, BILLS LADING, BILLS LADING, BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING. $14 00 PER REAM. POSTERS, PUSTKKS. POSTERS. POSTERS. POSTERS. POSTERS, POSTERS. POSTERS, POSTERS. POSTKRS Lower Than All Others. PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES, PROGRAMMES, PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES, PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES. And everything in our line, promptly and neatly printed on reasonable terms, at me PUBLIC LEDGER OFFICE. Bring in your orders to the old stand. NO. 13 MADIBON STREET. Where they will receive ear prompt personal auannoa. WTJTTMOHU BROTHERS. LUMBER! LUMBER ! I W. N. EAKIN & CO J3AW MILL, Xorth Front Street, NEAIl TIIE OAS WORKS. "yrE ARE PREPARED TO SAW EVERY deecriptioa of dimeeaioa lumber to order at short aotiee. We keep eoastanQy oa hinl a good aa- eortsneat of FRAMING LUMBER, Idle?, Flooring, Fence Posts, FEXCIXO .r.tlItEK, NlilnglcM ntxal H.ntl a. AH of which we offer CHEAP FOU CASH! 31-ln TRAVELERS Ml'MCE COOT, ,, -OF- 1 ' iiAiixironrj, conn., MAKES AM. KINDS K LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE RKPIIATCI.T OR COMMNKD, At Ijoweat llutea 01 lriiniuiu. Net Cash Assets, Jan. 1, 1741,837 02 ACCIDENT DEPARTME5T. GENERAL ACCIDENT POLICIES ARK written for any barm from one month te one year, insuring against all forms all Bodily Injury by Accident, - Fatal or non-fatal, whether the Injury be re ceived in traveling or not. whether in the store, office, shop, factory, on the strout or farm, or in any of the ordinary avooations of life. . These polices guarantee the payment or a fixed sum, from $' to I IU,(SS, in citse of fatal accident or a stipulated sum per week, from $3 to '0, as indemnity for loss of timo by totullu ttiouliling injury by acoident. at an annual cost of $i to $-11 per Ilium, according to occupation. The TRAVELERS OF HARTFORD the pioneer aoeideut insuranoe company of tbe country has, up tn March 1, UH : lnurdovrr SINBTY TIlOUSASb Policies, and Pmd FOUK UUSOHKU AS 1) : tlFTY THOUSAND VOL- J ' S LAKH. Losses. J; J ) Including mere than five thousand losses for non-fatal injury, and seventy-two total losses (by death), in which the sum of SiiOS.OOO waa realised lor less than $1J0 received in pre miums. . , LIFE DEPARTMENT. The TRAVELERS OF. HARTFORD also insures sgaini loss ef life from any cause, whether diaeaae or ancident, iJir Weekly In demnity fur totally dieahlinff accident, at rates of premium lower than any other company. All approved forms of ordinary Life Policies written, whether Thru. Annual Lif.. Tx Ysab NoN-FoarstTAHLn or Ekiowhkt Poli cies, either with or without indemnity for to tally disabling bodily injuries, as the applicant Annual Premiums for Life. Policios for Life insure arainat death from any cause, and the premium is payable annual ly during life. Rate per $1IXJ0 : Aseof20 25 SO 35' 40 Ordinary Life . ' policy 112 19 $13.90 116.10 $18.97 $22.81 Com. Life and Accident 10.19 17.90 10.10 22.97 26 M Other ages in proportion. Ten Year Non-Forfeltablo. Ten Year Non-Forfeitable Policies insure against death from any cause, and the pre miums aro all paid up in teo years. Indemnity for accidents under this form of policy, holds Until age of 76. These policies are non-for-feitnble after two annual payincnU. Kate per $l(sj: A ire of 20 2 30 35 40 Ordinary Life policy I26.ll $29.08 $32.66 137.04 $12.44 Com. Life and Accident S4. S7.40 40.70 44.74 49.73 Other ages in proportion. Aleo, Term and Non-Forfeitable Endowment Policies at proportionate low rates. The TRAVELERS OF HARTFORD wm the first company in the world to cumhino Lifo and Aoeident insurance under one policy and premium. This form of policy meets with much favor, aa it coven all personal hazard under one risk, and iu oost is loss than moat ooujpanioa charge for Life insurance alono. JAMES O. BATTKRS0N. President. RODNEY It PIN N IS, Secretary. C11AS. K. WILSON, Asst. Secretary. Hon. ELI. WRIGHT, Consulting Actuary, HENRY. A. DYER, General Aaont. it. P. STEARNS. M. P., Consulting Surg. E. C. BAUBOLli, Gcn'l Ag't, No. 11 Madiaon tSt., At Office of LINDSEY 4 VREDENBURGH. -dEXiNA INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN INCOKPOItATKU lSlt. ASSETS. JULY 1, , 18tV.. ag'ts$ Cash on hand. In bit and with United States Klook. Real Entate, unincumbered 257.320 09 812.277 25 llPSi9 05 w.m m TM.VO 00 270.810 00 129.000 00 273.067 60 s-tate Stocks . - ... New York Bank Stocks -.. Hsrtford Bankwtocks Miscellaneous Bank Stocks Railroad Stocks etc . Mortgage Bonds, City.iCounty and Hailroad..- 1,611.136 66 - Total. ..$4,075,830 55 LIABILITIES. Losses unadjusted and not due f 221.258 35 Net - 3,V4,W4 20 Income for laat year net 2,93.1,399 94 A daily income of say.- y,300 00 Losses nnd evnenses - .XU .'Ml Tax paid, Government and State... 179,17a 34 Total Losses paid in 47 years IU27 .10 06 ly rire - ..n,n.wn nland - 1.K84.409 07 Loss by Portland Fire, July 4th. rpHE total amount covored bv the iEtna Peli 1 cies on property destroyed or damaged ia $206,8M, on which salvage will be about five percent. Our total lose will not vary much from t2"0,00o, and waa promptly adjusted and paid. This sum is five per cent, upon the Com pany's assets, a figure bat slightly exceeding our Government and State taxes paid lastyear, or a proportion equal to a Ij.OUO loss for acom- pany el li)U.'' assets. The noewsity for insurance and the value of wealthy, strong corporations is forcibly il lustrated by this (ire. Several weak insurance companies are destroyed. Portland has a population of .35,ooo wa handsomely built, mostly fine brick or stone structures protected and screened with upward ol'3,0tS)ahade trees bounded on three sides by water indeed, literally, almost rising from the ocean and with a steam fire department yet it has ilu.- OoO.lttO of property consumed io a few hours upon a holiday when its people arc least occu pied from tbe very insignifiaan t cause of a contemptible firecracker. Kemember tho trill id r origin of fires that sweep away in a lew boura the earnings o years. Consider your best interest and give the Ktna Aa-ent a call if you need proper insur ance security. Pay a fair rate of nremiuui for a good and genuine article, and with thne lizhte and exnenenoea before you. nrocurc your Insurance with shrewd judgment. Applications for insurance promptly attended to hy U. A. LITTLETON CO.. Ag't. No. y? Madimn trccf. HOUSE, SIGN -AND 0RNA51ENTAL PAINTING, AT ItKDUCEO rUICE-S, ST IOWRY & SMOOT, Xo. SS3 Second Street, Between Majtsou and Court Streets, pARTICULAR ATTENTION CIVEX TO Calsomlnlnj: & Taper llan?;n;. st-iti ' HRIVI Vi.lK J"H PKI.MI.Ni To III K PL VLIC LEIiiiEK. where the price, arc anif-.rra and low. and where yoe arenas 'e f ere1-