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Due 18th July, 1893, for relief of treasury,

being the loan of 1853, taken by Corning

&Co, I 750,000

Due July and August 1893, Bonds to Jackson

and Opelousas Railroads, 302,000

Total, $11,901,939

CULTIVATION OF SUGAR IN IAHJISIANA.

The quantity of sugar raised in Louisiana for the past six years was as follows:

1848— 220,000 hhds.

1849— 247,923 hhds.; increase over 1848, 30,874 per cent.

1850— 211,203 hhds.; decrease from 1849, 14.81 per cent.

1851— 236,547 hhds.; increrse over 1850, 12 per cent.

1852— 321,934 hhds.; increase over ld51, 36.097 per cent. 185a—449,324 hhdr.; increase over 1852, 39.570 per cent.

Value of Property Subject to Taxation, for 1853.

PARISHES, PROPERTY.

Concordia, 9,547—600

Tensas, 8,219—648

W. Feliciana, 6,369—992

E. B. Rouge, 6,671—032

Calcasieu, 1,066—540

St. Bernard, 2,012—675

Avoyelles, 3,750—868

Plaquemines, 5,112—875

St. Helena 1,552—659

Sabine, 980—217

Carroll, 6,693—678

Terrebonne, 5,775—000

Lafayette, 2,356—238

Catahoula, 2,919—985

Winn, 467—369

St. Tammany, 1,724—937

W. B. Rouge, 4,840—610

Washington, 833—400

Point Couple, 6,348—010

Madison, . 6,596—746

Ascension, 6,441—364

St. Mary, 10,595—050

Caddo, 4,578—139

rberville, 9,407—950

St. Landry, 7,877—840

Franklin, 1,319—257

De Soto, 3,513—816

Bienville, 2,212—182

St. James, 7,256-510 Morehouse, 1,659—852

Assumption, 6,998—850

Rapides, .. 10,371—381

Jackson, 2,359—683

E. Feliciana, 7,099—318

Caldwell, 909—450

Ouachita, 2,566—136

St. John the Baptist, 3,754—040

Natchitoches, , 4,748—225

St. Martin, 4,622—500

Union, 1,944—996

Bossier, 4,255—695

Livingston, 835—138

Claiborne, 2,748—200

Lafourche, 5,661—700

Jefferson, 3,009—168

Vermillion, No Returns.

PARISH OF ORLEANS.

Real Estate, 66,350—260

Negroes, 4,342—300

Capital, 12,895—495

83,588—055

State Tax, 163 per $ 100 158,313 42

Mill Tax for Schools 83,588 05

State Licenses, 163,115 00

Poll Tax for Public Schools, 9,709 00

395,725 47

CITY TAXES.

New Orleans and Jackson Rail Road, 50 c. per $100 331,751 30

"" "Opelousas" 33J c."" 221,167 53

Consolidated debt, 697,677 73

Current Expenses, 75c. per $100, 530,194 20

Total Tax, $1,779,790 70

Estimated Revenue for the present Fiscal Year from all sources,

1854.

State Taxes proper cm an assessment of 300,000,000, as the total taxahle property of the State at 16#c.

per $100, $500,000 00

Licenses, 140,000 00

Auction duties, 25,000 00

School Lands and Rents, 30,000 00

Arrears of Taxes, 40,000 00

Miscellaneous Sources, 30,000 00

For general objects, ..., $765,000 00

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CITY AND PARISH OF ORLEANS.

John L. Lewis, Mayor.

W. H. Garland, Treasurer.

O. Debuys, Comptroller.

L. Pilie, Surveyer.

John Forshee, Coroner.

R. M. Sumners, Recorder, First District.

Clement Ramos, " Second"

P. Suzeneau, "Third"

Henry Jackson, " Fourth"

W. H. James, Chief of Police.

Samuel Powers, Keeper of Gity Prison.

JUSTICES COURT.

L. U. Gaennie, 1st Justice. J. J. Hoppe, Constable.

Chas. V. Jonte, 2nd Justice. J. J. Agaisse, Constable.

R. Richardson, 3d Justice. J. Delarue, Constable.

F. Calonge, 4th Justice. C. Lange, Constable.

Geo. Lugenbuhl, 5th Justice. Charles Grandpr6, Constable.

J. McGarey, 6th Justice. J. H. Shelling, Constable.

John G. Haynes, 7th Justice. John D. Norris, Constable.

STATE TAX ASSESSORS.
First District.—John Farrell.
Second " —J. C. Kathman.
Third " —A. Pellerin.
Fourth " —Peter Kayser.
Algiers.—N. Bernody.

STATE TAX COLLECTORS.

First District.—Thomas Asken.
Second " —M. Esnard.
Third " —D. Farrar.
Fourth " —R. McDonnell.
Algiers.—John Brunet.

Recorder of Mortgages.—Bernard Avegno.

Register of Conveyances.—Bernard Marigny.

Recorder of Births and Deaths.—N. Trepagnier.

Administrators of Charity Hospital.—Dr. A. Mercer, The. 0. Stark, R. W. Adams, Dr. P. Durel, John Pemberton, P. E. Bonford, D. L. Beecher.

Port Wardens.—David Martin, Master Warden; G. Hilliman, B. Beauregard, Horatio Davis, John Deniger.

Marine and River Inspectors.—R. L. Robertson, Richard Swain Oapt. Cooper.

Fire Inspector.—John Adams.

New Orleans Chamber of Commerce. —John Woodruff, President; Chas. Briggs, First Vice President; J. M. Lapayre, Second Vice President; J. A. Mansoni, Secretary and Treasurer.

Committee of Appeals.—G. W. Holt, R. B. Sumner, W. S. Pickett, S. H. Kennedy, J. W. Carroll, Jas. Greenleaf.

Harbor Masters.—David Adams, Jas. A. Lusk, John M. Scott, Peter M. Peterson, John Denigre.

Armourer State Arsenal.—Francis Garcia.

Post Ojjke.—W. G. Kendall, Post Master; W. P. Reyburn, Assistant Post Master; G. Levasseur, Head of City Post; George Whiteman, Special Mail Agent; F. Dentzel, Local Agent.

Custom Bouse.—T. C. Porter, Collector; Joseph Genois, Naval OfBcer; W. E. Stark, Surveyor; D. 0. Hinks, Deputy Collector; J. W. Hinks, Deputy Collector; R. W. Adams, Appraiser; A. G. Penn, G. T. Beauregard, Commissioners New Custom House.

Branch of U. States Mint.—Charles Bienvenu, Superintendent; Jaines Brewer, Treasurer; M. F. Bonzano, Melter and Refiner|; A. J. Guizot, Coiner: H. Millspaugh, Assayer; J. D. Gilmore, Chief Clerk; M- G. Kennedy, Weigher.

Boward Association.—V. Boullement, President; G. Kursheidt, Treasurer; D. J. Ricardo, Secretary.

Mechanics' Institute.—Newton Richards, President; A. W. Scates, Secretary and Librarian.

KAIL ROAD COMPANIES.

New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Rail Road Company: —W. S. Campbell, President; John Calhoun, Secretary.

New Orleans, Opelousas and Great Western Rail Road Company. H. Overton, President; B. F. Flanders, Secretary.

Rail Road Officers not known.—New Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road; Jefferson and Lake Pontchartrain Rail Road; Pontchartrain Rail Road; Mexican Gulf Rail Road.

ASSESSED VALUE OF PROPERTY-PARISH OF ORLEANS.

REP. DIST. REAL EST. NEGROES. CAPITAL. LICENSES.

First 5,653,260 680,000 213,155 6,475

Second 7,251,415 676,150 586,360 9,730

Third 20,157,175 537,750 6,882,030 76,235

Fourth 9,150,730 376,800 2,630,800 24,115

Fifth 6,886,340 551,900 851,100 16,960

Sixth 4,356,760 549,900 492,600 7,980

Seventh 2,538,615 255,800 317,800 6,990

Eighth 1,669,175 117,400 406,900 3,670 Ninth 1,880,790 234,100 266,050 3,710

Tenth 6,806,000 362,500 198,700 7,250

Real Estate...66,350,260 4,342,300 12,895,495 163,115

Negroes 4,342,300'

Capital 12,895,495

83,588,055

State Tax 16fo. per $100 ....159,313 42

Mill Tax for the support of Public Schools 83,588 05

State Licenses 163,115 00

Poll Tax for the support of Public Schools 9,709 00

Total 395,725 47

CITY TAXES, ETC.

Jackson Rail Road Company 50c. per $100 331,751 30

Opelousas "' » 33 J « 221,167 53

Consolidated debt, 105c. ." 696,677 73

Current Expenses, 75c." 530,194 20

1,779,790 76

BANKING COMPANIES.

Bank of Louisiana.—Capital, $4,000,000. W. W. Montgomery, President; R. M. Davis, Cashier.

Branch of the Louisiana State Bank.—W. H. Avery, President; R. J. Palfrey, Cashier.

Canal Bank.—Capital, $4,000,000. H. A. Rathbone, President; Samuel C. Bell, Cashier.

Citizens Bank.—Capital, $1,500,000. J. D. Denegre, President; Eng. Rousseau, Cashier.

Louisiana State Bank.—Capital, $2,000,000. Samuel J. Peters, President; R. Relf, Cashier.

Mechanics and Traders Bank.—Capital, $1,000,000. U. H. Dudley, President; Gustave Cruzat, Cashier.

Bank of New Orleans.—Capital, $1,000,000. W. P. Converse, President; W. P. Grayson, Cashier.

Consolidation of Planters.—In liquidation.

Southern Bank.—Capital, $1,000,000. John Egerton, President; James L. Wibray, Cashier.

Union Bank of Louisiana.—Capital, $1,000,000. Alfred Penn, President; P. N. Wood, Cashier.

PRIVATE BANKERS.

James Robb & Co.; Louisiana Savings Bank, W. H. Garland, President; Benoit, Shaw & Co.; Matthews Finley & Co.; Samuel Nicholson; Judson & Co.; Thos. H. Barker; Bank of Commerce; Brown Johnston & Co.; Samuel Smith & Co; City Bank of

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