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r - -u . mom._ dadr oCoe therh to. 3a1. nIat r o hr sy that ts th ~P e Arktat Sa llnta e, la0aimes l hundred hoo wr teobse eeted in 17e r The ebp loWiid i e too use i dad, Colrado, bhaf way 1etwe'idýual s Sand Sanla Fe, sad reports the ssbhol af our aners of t h . asquite prosye ur Aeotbi Spnewebn eoo.ti as tehynu Id uat we to chronile some slioh Improvemen his a py sines the 'faith Chl ar oftill d r his aNew ior ooery,end i is now pod that Ors moe be spawed to hist. e, ov b Hiso odition, ntvertheledea, critical, o and gr of ani tm will a ontiRue tell nuae monw decided change for t he the has yet taken plrace. Bu ne. t the Church of t. ame. at New York, osed by the Co fi he tlnn' rb op YOwas ibs d asg ohsyu. . omwing toihe leftyand enobling obhaA ter of its temes, as will as to its extreme cercity, the epic will e er oscp tne e-ea of poetl if not oevenof umen gradise. Ceetaries before Oa t . i.h.dom e preduced the oS ee'uaive maseIaead sand ras perentof a s i s I ea ageU¶il v ltage, an at a ti when literature was in Its n o te In h wgra Wo aconception an ti oi i idea -of hat ebapp m bluorstdo of fsteat easod ar hmoy io oe le r itas emli. uar ,m Thet satrehit oaa e icho thusC a r, em e P mr e wa life Isteimd her many pwer tui to remain witeasot the slightest ad ditiee. la the mseanwile-Gueeos and Bome con he, of or as tureate mthee il a riste whoseco Pebrs de. Cs man =' o d Ca ros ligh Still tll . te anieo pic ptR asemed bsfe4obeen bs the buvo, ad or a mto ua port alneand e ..ot diý.i.a. O ntee atadesath d o rdenand abi rala lees course," Virgil, -ateted alike by a .nMltofiastrlotlam sad a adesire toena ses e hsp thea ae, e produced id . s ezi odlh bate ed~ seid." Thou h en rw life of eompsaltiVe ue sad tran i strongly contrastedm t ehre stormy _ in mt ron of their ommn ram aseuol career of Homer, u- though literature in his time ehad ata d its oldenn. ago still Virgil n this, his greatest work, I vatl infester to his master end avowed aode Thltisl ot seved that the epic, sern In th fop thtuePt oute made, wasernd ally poIasi"too sn e re ltes l w or eo d. the B rn t prodltion. First r may sy, amorn the bmoderns who attempted the epic Co uaoens has, in the production of the" Lusld," succeeded in establishing for himself a faor as lastiuang abu the world of letters Itself. He was decenoded from a family orilgo ally Spanish, but who, some centuries be fore te birthpo o the poet, actuated by anom thos Court of Madrid, emigrated to Portugal and settled in the then poeraful andr flonisufngcity of Lisbon. Being of a prominent and wthy famrily, Feuldinsnd, Sing olf Portugal at the time, petroniseda Vasco Perez do Caemane, or Camocus, and bestowed on him numerous favor to enhible him to support his exalted dignity. On the death of Ferdinand, the family of Cmoens esapoused the caus of his widow, and though failing to secure for her the erown of Portugal, still the usurper, ad. miring their magnanimity, confirmed thonm in most. of their possessions. For several centuries they had gradually descended from the lofty station they bad formerly occupied; their Immense wealth became leos in course of time, until at the birth of Camoeas they occupied but a respectable poaition In private eircles. Louis d Camoens was born at. Lisbon but this honor has been disputed by sever l other piaces. There is no ies controver. about the precise year of birth, which, ac cording to come, was 1517, wliie most bio. graphers suppose it to be 1524. In his lo fanes, his lather, Simon Vas de Cameosn, commander of a vessel, was shipwrecked at oe, and lust, with his life, the greater part of his fortune. The poet's misfortunes, thus fnauspi ciously began, clung tenaciously to him in after life, and tie early loss of his father but foreshadowed in a slight degrle the hourse of constant misery that eventually aver, was enabled, by dint of frugality, to Spine him in the famous University ot Co. Smbre, where, nortwitertnding Voltlire'a ash assertion that his youth wor spent inn ndleneu, it anppears from hi works that he murt have acquired the ubetaonee as well as ~cau~bg tme aprit of clauical learning. Ca Somens now exebnnged the sombre univer ity for the pleasures of the court, sphere for wbhih hewaa well adapted, from the reat that be pousseed in no small degre the aceptable quhlities of a thorough sho -lar and an secomplloed genltleman. Yet Ire a not re lifrom tat levity whieho oonstltptecs no ineoaoldonble portion f be Castilian charatr; arnd, following the fashtion of t i , he t rashly formed n intrigue,-n ornsequnce of which he in curred the royal displeasure, and was ben iohed fromoarort.. 8om#time after he retilre to Sentaam, where numerous relations of his mother resided, end there, Immersed in selitude, he commened the "L ruia"--tbe work aferwayd destined to immortallrze hie name. Camoeos moon bseame tired of an inact ive and obscure life. To be at oncee hbro a.d aloet wu his ambitiol-. Hejoined an expedition wlich was then etting out malnet the Moors. During the camplagn .th.at ensued, he distinguished himeif by his ready valor, which ou many occasions * degenerated llto ruhess, and in ecaval enggemeont with the Moers, in the StraiLs of Gibraltar, he had the misfortune to lose hli right eye. The fame of his nahieve. moante soon reached the Portuguese court, andi beiub aLmmnuci to teturro, ho occo more resovedm tbe favor. -'>dt -ee. and the -"iner tae i Kn oM f a oio Ching. eril ·laue of whice aside the oswer, ao be wasa 5 toe Pemr_-_ ao rmlnt to wield vb er of w _~ the se oty seo' e tiso fem abns ed in the tealrneIe of mto hi o ad hi seast Wo lei E a o CItamers' ovir g ls seemed to it bow oir crlonally, asie i oe amto. tasw m no epeseei rest,, lorty iafter his arrival in Goe, be sae d somer poems, satiric ni heir nature, -in bas of which, among other disaraulny alldusa n to the toler o the plac he ~ that "Honeety el-n tenresare seldom found in to beewm n id IngountoftdelS whinaget deopbehold the iesof aerna illiterate a rwh haiohed bhin to the the moat..of Bt Co me.. poseesse ailinie 1wh san nbensoteea him mna lth B -o e was 4""d saot apooely sitoted one bmleht oup. 1oes and thcu lto a on isf newlyd, oqhe ired boonds hse o an offhie h quiteealforte and after flve ye r sie o in d the nsa nov ddor be o e e.o o ehes mord of mt t n nino. I tbe manwhile, i weve, he had not .been idlo. In natural grotto facing the ea he comupled ohis "Lual ad n eos lnow vieroy bold the ignstr ofgoornth mont in Indi, and Lhaving nothingto auor hem tharesoolenmntod bar th ber enemy, the eobtained pthe rm on to return toa es. In hisr passu thithr be s sbhihpwrecked by d eleult saved bhis se be t whe d wi the ipeseohis of mini to nave his "Luad," hich he bold with his lt hand while he swam with his right. . arrived afoly at bee ste tioe a teo . eblg e b lived fquito eoentsdly, aond would in eli probebility have remained o, wre it not tht or hange del loeompfuled him ons mee to makirtl torhis wandering ifh. For time hbe we iderod with the governor of an inland port, by whom, when p ort o b pt e tdephor r urope, h wandotained on aountof adebt which be hadA prvloualy contracted. Through oler indn.e. of same gentlomen residing thre, be wasrlieved from this embarr as most. In 5, after an oboeene of ixte.n Cr e, he returned to Prtugal, nd sethtled rhis native city. But, es the fplgue wae then rang with terrible violence, e wa compelled to defer the publIction of the "Lneled." It wOa published, at lenth, in o , and th e dedication to King Sebemtin, as well s the address to that potedntate in the first book, led some to believer that be obtained the nobt inconsiderable pension o four thousand rioa Thios, howevenr, Is doubtful. Negleoted by his country unkh In tshe lowert depl e of poverty, Cin.sa possed his last day in misery as well s grief as the approaching downall of Potegir for he returned "not only to die in her boome but to hdie with her." He we even e om lled to subee t on the s orteof a faithful Moorb servant, who, It is ed, begged through the streets of Limboe to sapport his master. Thus, neglected by all, Ca moens, the patriot, berd, the aero and the oldier, the friend of truth, e wll as the great master fction, breathed his last on a rude eallet, having scarcely wheroestb to procure a decent Interment. Camoeen' principal work, and that on wrih his tfame solel rest, sl the " sLaad," Written by one whor e whole oa, was tahooughly aabued with the spirit of pa triotism, and who'e sole desire seemed to e that of ceebating his ounetry's elori onr deeds, the " Lueed" is pervaded by a loftiness of expression and a general eleva tion of sentiment which conjoin in making it osne ofl the noblest olf modern epic. Some generations before the poet's birth the scoavery and conquest of India had been made, and thie, ombined with Its ale ready powerful position, roh ted In making Porteugal one of the firt militarye lpore Cn Europe. Under the leadership of Vasco de Giem, the Portuguese plionwed their way "eom Lsbn'. aresla. breo' as wbre sa was vs sposet before." To celebrate the deed of his countrymen, Caomoens undertook the mighty tsk of composing an epic poem. Obstacles lay in hisr path rwhich bhe we compelled to sur mount, and thouglh his life oa by no moans one of ease and tranquility, yet amid the boUsts of camplior, the etna of pontsert eor when reeling Is their foul force tshe mi eris of d hesndonyr he nver forgot the atorn makes us aqnintesd withs orielistory beaten path. of epics, and its originailty of woi' ae* sa_ m r oea thde.n -b ý ýe table, l.e . bis d i7i l b ir e hea Toea &H o atss's.n'O won BAd . -. We eesat appointmense to the Ita ims maieOL by oaur bimble and spoak hiddl wy in a wo ina mf 4 Tuseany. W aen he re-i big bias i ,.was i th wn into thoel Ta auiam sewsak Hai lif etes asie . hs tma gone into Beli elt eP .i i .at .i. the world outside; tat brisLen-wais bethtrwn agaln into its -hir lpool ·He .ade • aaowna to Our wle a lady ISinvoking her h telp to rid him waske peflqd Tt *vau4lo, sen cannotac e the burdes san the danger., Msime i e forth esthta phsibe otoItoo Belto me Wold not exceses him. Then he t I "pran to nas the Pope, and to im ona@ k 3 sid the,.of late he bad a most S I- That is uafortuae te, aiy ate Pssoley lir, "for after your hefer to you. weonk hlgdd o , hip t, r a; ce-b nt ill be sno et loe te Tyou I- The, do intense Brief of thes nominatd Bns the Holy nather hIage hios tomn t "'At wito e time - tfsehowrliea ghon int Hoe l of ra efe Ither, alsoou tide lesse lf y menori. Bat her ele a reied , oed it, adn Id thas o aied med . Mber ante he wrtee Dre Ma etr totee. t ome, set lass of memory. Of all bis fandlties of ad there is not oee hiat emelxe such generl astoashment as h e weanderf n ory. a It seems as if be sever forgets lythng e once hears. We areasre the oly Ftr will not object to the widest possible use of th reeipte oreomtende to the Italian B h top.-ree m re-Jo Tans Mgnh r VAIo s or Aone-Jwtam Lonf myle , Wa crs .-a rg wittors ofq o b. mr.. eo Postf-In your aper of t, hrday I And the llowma For ti: " Mr. Carl Roa publishesr y tgl ow note: t I iee it said that the greatest pay ever recelved by a siner was $2,000, paid to Nileson for twenty nights of opera in New Yora I have i Wahtel $3r o0,000 fother the e period n Nw York engaed e -et.t'" I resectfully refer the managers of teabove nr to thell history of my Spublished by the Amotern News Com panye wbetoin asventy- hiv s re der .oted to the Jesny Lind enterprasn Ame rice. It s there bwns tht I paidorthe Swedish Nightifgale $209,675 for ninety five onertsng, which gives an aversage of Hol196 per co ot or bje$4,8 for twenty nights. I also paid all the expenses of Miss Lind, her companion and servants from pongblend, and all their betel and traveling exto tpeses up to the last onert, besides fur nishing her always with 'a'private oach Lnd hogNes. Yours, truly, He t P. T. Baxu pper 48o Thrsd AIdee, Doe. 29, 1871. We may add that Barnum received, for the ninetyfive eoncerts given by Jenny toind, $712,161 84, a nverage of op7496 4 for theh concert. The largest reeipts for ten natht were,' reper tihel $17,864, $16,479;$16,028. $14,26, $14,20 $12,599,, $1S2,95 $12,519,$12S,174 and $11,184; total or ten ove inges $140,t85. This occurred in 1851, when one thousaerd dollars were certainly a larger partf the wealth of the ommunity, or of a eoneert audiene, thane twic that amount wou tld be now. A Cdiro Buig letia storyfo,6 for folkst: " A lad nearly ton years of an 'e ried his eyes out' reeently at the trexk of o passn --r train locomotive. The.lad bad a nice, bright, ler ten cent piece, and was rom glhe opinion that the weight of the lonomo peiv weould p to thad it out to the dimensions of a quarter. He laid it on the track and awaited theres al. The Qpromotivte came ahbandornlo Yo pked up he dime on P.knows whither. The boy bellowed m.t Weartily sad is rmly onvined that unt the the llinois Central is by oddnts the mean Je LiMr. D, lgby says is aetraue that "96there or plas orent. Theing thnt receivpt long,"r Inut he also thionke t eoesand dolly applieas rtoe oleuitiny, ar oe and d andiene, tn medicine, kick. and advice. p A. xura.a CISTERN MAuKER 18U Magazine etret, tame Jfitoj) m oJ aE.a. All work wucazl . guv azt re ae.. -l l A, LLade of Cnstrs maL to ardor Ordera peetm attaedl to. A et oef Cl madee f thiLe be mNa at . o redr. daa t k, E. rs..aw DRUGGIST, ea removed to his jrge sad oommodlous stor, Corner of Claiborpe and Gaequet'streete, woa theU n it l wi d a lre and wel.auortil seaok of DBOB~ .. MBDICIN J togeth«r with al the e ue wsh conssttute a aret-e.Ls- Dreg The PIZWfiPTION DEPARTMUNT earetally at Sended to at . hars. N. a- od n Oriental 0 easesgm speoee. dem 1W................... .91;k SNUi N Mrý w i~*bSS* m Cal r[ in~eil v.ma l ha711 4.ti - ft aria L. a mai Dstl ,o in T PRUNON .NI AND' G3NA3 XOOG 1 US CANAzýeL WINTi~r lBBYOHAND. ftaught iON-Grls 1a at!n M e"t agmnai ilTin. Al.. a . u. tt ) N.. Sts ig.1 aw as3I "dh ma«~h Cimsts NILLINERS-DRESS MAKER. MBa 3L maHna r.............. Canal Street..............r07 trld reeseee ornEy tell 0 ttenltoetosn' o ,.er - oacled .1e. }kto he1 laoanawen BONNETS, RIBBONS, LACES, ETC., new orffl7 Canal akeass. The MAEr G DPATMBZT wfllreeive erne Mr Maheespervliidon. where NPA.ma of the bLdet 04ee, may he ea. OPENING .DA ..-.. OPENING DAY. MRS.IAB 'LSTrTHkrTm NEW RE, 145..............Canal Stree ............145 One Deow tem Baon Mr. STRATEn would eeetRlhlr her sue. sreMe. ad theladlel. efhi.egey tu pr ONow stern ne SADTUrDA, OGer ba1 e l l on ateyd wll be plemed te hbe bhýa fr ae end teandl tolhm. +s atow dIStoCtake al ord for DR TISEENTS. ME.. I. STRATHE. 145...............C'Ana StRE..................14 :NEW" ORLDA. LA. reepetfully Inor "he publae t they c epka aaed to Straight and irDLar wing, Plain ad rnamental and they would he beat ihenkihl for the patronage ex lauded n theme. rml m MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. E A. TYLEY, -Daler n-Pr FINE GOL D AND SILVER WATCHEODS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE, Bronzes, Parians and Fancy Goods. WATCILEYS REPAED. 246 ...........ANAL STREET ................115 "NW ORLEGAS LA ewelry a 'd Silverware m 'nnoturd to order. deleI.. VARIETY WOOD WORKS, SMITH : DONNELLY, Proprietors, 104............St.Joephtreot........104 LUMBER DRESSING Straight and Circular Sawing, Wood Turning, CISTERNS made and repaired. Stair Baulater. and Mouldinge made to order. The marnufacturig of Lot ton Preeeee anu Agricultural Implements reoeive our Addr~ea Box lb. Merbants' anu Dealera' Echzange H. P. BUCKLEY, ........... ....Camp Street ....S.... Haa for Sale, at Low Pricee, FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, American, Ernglsh and Swiss, Fine Jewolry, Sterling Silverware, Gold, Silver and Steel Speotcle and Eye Olnase., Partlculor attention given to repairing all kind. of WDimoads remounted and Jewelry repaired. dole43 J. K. BAILEY, 246...........CANAL STREET.....2.....46 ýVINEGARI Jell7ll RAArTA.ThWRTh rv idin urn.,t NEW O LUANB .8TU O0es, No. 10 E ,obage AfleJ, sWOOND ANrNoL arA:Iram . n*a sali wththb, ehrtee, the laseer e Ale al sm pblathe Stw nS> g eatseeenmts >l ýý leo tb e edie la seimbr 31,811 L asWeem.. ..emiu.............. ,. 6...2e50,00 11 Siteeped ssm............ ...... . s1,1 47 r leoe ...................... frnM N" .................... alsemalt Revenu, Sew and GiQ te ;.. ...1 ........... 3..o..o., ,P ssaloa.................... "... .,,, oires.1. ............................... ..3las a Caital store tes.s a . .. 15687- 8 46s, Neweaad bills eessivble :.......... :...... 1t53 5 Stek. A ,........ de0 t Prmusetls oa msem of ealmtion ............ 4a Cask a .em a .....s ..... .... . 5.23 a Mends . enrope.... ........................ ,Al Sa Toil ................................. *,1.445,14 I s The abovestat eme t la erees trmt apt aes t boekaof dthe IrsPaa sl a e. l st.eaVA3OCPreadmet. G. LANAIUX, eoretary Paris of eame City ef Ne Olahs. worn to and ubcihibed be"re meo . ohi srt .dy of January. 1871. O. LI t GAi DUZ 'Jr. Notrw y Pablio. A a spocial neet g of the ard of DImten, hld nm thelth of Jaemusy, 17 It was resolved tht ns, lteet of Tenm Ceant per ananuw the taptal pad i, and a dividend af Tir$y e per oet e a the net e pa3stida.t...p. mi3., beP paid em and aftert 10kh e Poruey ne t. in esih, to steekhs who hae paid thseiseriptia in 11, b a sd b et k aes of bribers e which bala are de. It we frteamer reslved, ha steoa eiee will have to py, erathe 18th of ebruaary neot, al balane thoa reeslalg due em t ooreek mee. . . ..... ..r . . .CAVA. OC, Preealse. G. LUAUX. Se.retry. h J. cavsaee mbe. N P .. Leen Qer ..ae, W. Ar. a. Trba t ECHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. OP BW ORLENS. In esa..mity with the relre.. . ateOf their shader, Oear.. te_.k........................... p 0t. 18t on_.1.x...-.... . .......................... 631' T .s..]ISr .......................... 31.O t340 LOiulur P R..uma...............m t, n Notearned Premiums. May 31,1671.......7,60 Wire Blab.....a ......36.2 37 HaIkse...............3657 en s .................... .1,1 a n. ...... ............. 471,831 7 Nsiarao reotur p 7 stems.................. 3016 37 Dedee s rul, lees es 6 2. 603,1253I Prods............ ..... .................. own55s Tkhe cmpan bhave the the folo ar me Neal estate...................... 110,011 ly bonds ........................ ... ,a e 0 Notes eecured by mortgge ......... .......m 9a Neeseoredbple ............................ BUll reoevabl ........................... 57. . 4 Primimd In course of collectlo .......... ,06 Stats bond o ............ .... ....... 1.0a0 00 Si _ ofr otler compaies: ...... . .......e. .e,11 n Stokeo of Valette Dry Dook Company. 1k0.000 Stock of Lervee tem Cottn Press........ S,00 00 Stook of Marise Dry Dok anud oShip Yard Co mpay.................... ....... 1. 3170 00 arbor Pr.ot.et.onComuav................. 300 00 Mortga Boead Ol Grand Lo e of Louisiana 000 00r Mortae DoadaTurnere' Association ...... 0 0000 Stcrkt a aoue asooato......... ... 3,00000 Tomatla................................ 1,41 10 Tota as-nts- . l nterest and interes atel July nerat o all o.Bran rmsrp of the ,mpany.................. 78,745 ,90 1r54 sRad 18, Lia yable in July 17,0e0 0 Unearned pemusa on May3l, 1871 ..........................94.4 00$44e81057 90 The above statement I just, true and corret tre. crit from the books of the eompany. P. OUBOCHY. Presidt. G. W. rOT, Seretary. Semia os Lozawsr.a, Pa Orleans, Ciof New Oro~ Sworn to and subscribed before me, th third day of June, 1871. JOSEPII CUVILLIE, Notary Publio. At a meeting of tL o Board of Diretort, hld on the third dy of J , 1871, t w' resolved to ,deolae Scrip dividend of THIRTY par cnt on the net earnod paerllpmgtlg premlum teethe iarediLg MYaS1, 1871, fee whJior oefl wilbre iueOd on en dar the lot day of rut ant. Alo to pay, m nd af the msod Monday 13 July the whole isues of r Scrip f-e the yeare 182.3 54 and 135, and SIX pee cent in. trot on ol outstanding Strip of the Cempanay P.8Wono. L.r.sor, P.Mapeo, P--. lls, D. MCoard 8. Z. Nelf, M. Puig. Joeph H, D. AL. Chamcair Chrles eoitet, J. J. ForrdO Jell 72l y p A. BCAKER, 3 FiroRiver, Life end Marine IneunMce Ageny, a CASH ASSETS REPESENTED OVER I8XTEENJ HOME............. ..... of New York. I Secarity Lfe Insnr ne and j nunitt y C2ompany, of New Teok. Hartford Fire Insuranoe Company, of Hartford. The Leadiong enaos Oompnlee ofthe Unitdlst Record of Lceeee Paid..............$0,000,000 00 PNLICAN uaucsmv B-idery and Blank Book Maunfator, C Coens Camp and Pbydrs e·tres, Nwr Oteae , 5361p N 21rr 'rP Rulgreep S................ . . .. ..........,. yolaraea a .ii . e. ....... O tbs Rbk....6...... a s"ri... ...... :.. --- ...e. ". .....s D e........... ..... 7,.10 Mae. B i51.. 4e.....UN _tmla abfu".rbe.r ....18 . 1S U maka Prsas.............. 0...sI - e mmehet Pemims Sr 1......... e q lm 5s....... ...................... 1 - •-ma comesuoo e allf l ........ ..s. thew l Pes ametd a,0 51 $ Pehroet.. ml LAC. e S alw ...... . aºM .. _12s . .--.. ...- a r.,.,.,.. ... , T laeay al. ore'w"aad ,rel$g/ Noet smLe........ ..... fw ]ClPF 0 Lr".:.. "heuo Camlp, 4,os ,'- .. mI, a Maow S lal bs aak................. 7 O. J .at... .................................. 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SFore rma, et., made to order at thu .tortet modes. oes at tshe ouundrr. 0d.1 1Z L- DS' rOUIDRT, (Establihed in 165 ) Cerner Delord and Fonoher streets. .e are prepre t manutus DrtSteaiaa Wek-, ela. Swo GA ~ na, ý 7outh. auto 1N -- M r . - A _P . GALE, I - ar deoiption oi Mcohiny for the Sotlh. PLUMBRZt,. W fater Clorset, e W Sa Kioo, lae. t B. stdud Plated Ooeb ol fall p s dm t 14 ...............POYDREAS STUNT...........1459 r"W OKL3LANS, -. --JQ.KM1 fo Odkwdl'o, Skw & Wll'd's -Pa.at ~,adre.W pat up, exten and repatred.era THOS. McKHDIICK. PLMBER ANRD GAS BITTER 656 Magsazie street, near Philip. lKitho. fsel g Hob . old nd lshorn en WITh t1 *hgog aeejr ,4alS.