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OFFICE NEW iitIt1iNP T)EMOORAT, Tuesdar, Marcbh 5. 1e78. Arrivals. Rime Farmer. Henry Tote. St. Mary. Gov. Allen Mary Ida., Illo. BIlli of ot.hreve, rt, Col. A. P. Koins. Kut, Kinney. Fsanuhon, I. iE. Lie, Yazoo V lle. Kati-. l'hompson olein. Fir 'lay. Alice, John li. Hanna and BL,ue Wing No. s. Departures. Gov. Allen. Isabel. Alvin. ltapid Transit. To Arrive. Alvin. TIabsl, Rice Farmer, lower coast: Astua.mtioll. Lafourcho:; (Gov. Allen, Ouachita Bol, Biyoi HMrn; J-,hn Wi.lson HHrnnon). Sluacllitt; Merit Louise Red River; ,JlmOes Howard, M-nljhi-; Ht. J,,b--, Baton Rouge; A. Unnu aly, O IlTi oihlh) C neinna I. The weather y,-u-terdiav was dellghlfal. The landing wlre an animatod apuearanic' yesterIday, tIhough shUipmeils were light.. The Maty ll.. Carlt. J. A. luitr,. leaves, as usual, t--day ait to a. in. for the upper coast to the B--n Tl'ureuil plantatit-n. The Kittle Iie dl.-euatilud her Monday trips to Arkupolil. hh lays over to Thursdaty and will take the plieio ol lie Frank Paraoutl. with the oallt lrs liaho Pargoud in charge, going to ArkItavolis. We had the pleasure of a call yesterday from Mr. (warleNs 8tltentur th, river editor of the airigihily halchez Dimocrat. Mr. 8. visits the city for the puruosie o vi wing tihe earnlval. Mr. Daln . Palrker and Capt. 8. E. Rlltuile, steamboat iageot at ratchi,. are also in the city. Mr. W. L. Trlsk, the nlewsy river editor of the Memphis Avaltieh', Ino.ompanied by his bride, ls in the oity. We h,)pe their visit imay prove a Dieasant one. The Fair Play, from Vicksburg, and the United S-tates Light-House steamer Ali(e, are both at the upoper ltndinig. The Robt, Mitethell biaves to-night, at 11 p. m.. for Ciaalnuati, positively. The Rapid 1 ruantit has taken off tlhu mithl propeller and put on one of the old at } le. hhe left last evining for the upper coast. and will return to-lday. The BelIo laid from over yesterday, to letve to-morrow at to10 . m. All the arrivtals were crowded with people, many of whom are rena!nting aboard. FRE EIIBBIAOOL aopt, Bureaau. of the Second District (French Market) F+ rry. rlequests us to state that he will cross, free of charge on his ferry, between the hours of a and 8, and to to 12 to-night, all of his friends anld ptrolas in Algiers who may wish 'to wit lniv the I as ch of the Mlstiok Kt ewe. The fleet and isplindid pa-senger packet Gold Duet. the oily regular idependent bost to St. Louis, leaves to-night ait 12 m... B. W. Gould in command, E. W. (Uuld, Jr., nlerk. The Blue WYing. from the Lafourehe. with an excursion trip, arriveid Sunday night. The offiucrs of the Texas, for making the trip an unusually pleasnant one to a large number of pasrelug,.rs, have hbe n elwarded with a high ly coemplinmentary "'C d." whloh appears in .another part, ,I the I EMoonAT. The Bayro tUart miai has been awarded to Mr. Geo. B. Br,,ti. so w, 've heard. Hopoe t is a mistake. The St. Fraucis Bello leaves daily at 7::80 a. m. from Bleuville street for Vtestwogo. runni,,g in connection with the Now Orleans and Texas alll road to Ironaldisnviilie. TiJe .t. Mary. Joe Dalftres in command, E. Nico'l clerk, leav-'s to-morrow at i a. nm. for the cobst anld Lnf urche, through to Laurel 't'he Helry Tote. J. F. Au'oin master, M. H. Lentry clerk., leaves t,-day at 9 a. in.. for the coast and Ioulhilssnville and the Lafourcho,. thr,,ugh i, 'i'hlbodoux. The daylight coast and Donaldsnoville pas senger picket liett,- Transit, F. J. (lakes mas tor. leaves ti-uoirow it to10 a. m. The rerul.,r Baton Rougo and coast paciket St. John, J. P. M Elroy master. leaves to-mor row at I it. in. The semi-veeokly Bayou Lafourche vacket Asshmption, 1'. A. tha, let master. N. F.. Dupuis clerk, leaves to-morrow at 10 a. m. for Thlbo daux. 'Ihe fine sidowhul steamer City of Auigusta. the only boat rUlning through to While river. leaves to-ln,rrroiw at to I. m. promptly. John D. Ellitott in command. Ju, Elliott clerk. The Belle,. in place of tile Blue Wing No. a leaves Io-mnlrrow lit to is. m. for the uvpper c:lact to Ashlittlld plantatllin. J. A. Comstock in com manld. Me-ars. y, ood and Dean clerks. The regulahr I wer coast paekot Wild (lazelle. J. Hamilton muster. C. r,. Holmnu clerk. leaves to-morrow at to a. in. promptly for Magnolia store. The fl-ei Dispatch. Capt. Jack Griffith, olerk Henry Bu, khts. leaves to the lower coast to morrow at 10 a. m. going to Magnolia store. The Ouchlita 1i I11, du+i last night from Bayou Sara. will leave to-morirow at a p. m.. John C. Libano cominmnd*. .1. H. Mossop clerk. The New Orlints and Ourtchita Trauiporta tion Ct mpauy's United States maill steamer John Wilson, F. A. Itlhnks master, loaves to morrow at 6 p. min. for Ouaohita City. The Fanclon. in placen ci the Bertha. for the Atchafalaya, through to Washington. leaves to-morrow, ait 5 p. mn. H. H. Broad in com mand, Theo. J,.biii clerk. 'T'Le Fanehon takes Bayou d-'s OGalizs Ireight, reshipping at himmsport. The Robert E. Liv will leave to-morrow at r p. m. for Vicksulirg avnd all way landing-t. Cait. Win. Campnoll in command. A. MoVay in the offee. The elegannt paseonger steamer Thompson Dean. Jamies H. Ioeppo • master leave' to-imor row at t, p. imi. for MOniotphis and the Ioends. The renuowned Jamus Howard. B. It. Pegram in command. leav'es also for Memphis and the JBends to-morrow it r, p. m. The Tensea, L. V. Cooley mas'er. I. Molaison clerk, lea]vces to morrow at G p. am.. without lull. for the Tenses allli Miton. The regular 1la-a and BIkuf rivers packet Era No. 10 Tomr Taylor nusitor. 8. T. Good wyn clerk, letves to morrow at t5 . m. The loMrchanllts' and Planters' Btayou des Glaizys packet Tom Parker. M. M. Dufour mas ter, leaves ti-morrow sure at 5 p. in. The regulatr tltriiglu Bayou BIartholomow ptcket Clarat , W. W. ,lnzel mastur. Jualln -)u bar clerk, leaves to morrow without fail. at 5 D. TIL ''Tho fanmous pssenTlgr steamer CharlsA MoIr gan. of the C.. L. and N. 0. packet line, leaves to muorrow at ap p.. for aill inteirlediat pointll through t ,.Cinenati. Alf. AStein in comlmaui(I, Harry W. B.tin clerI. The New Or loans and Rod River Transporta tion Co(mplliany- United States mall steamer Texas Go. 1. lh a n a-tor. II. C. lBonman clerk. laves to- monlowa it 5 p. m. for Shreve DDort. The Yznnoo Valley. Burd Paris master, Clerk John T. Hall, i, receiving to leave Thursday at a p. m.. for th,' kazoo and Tallabatchio. through to Oloeenwood Th New Orloans anld Rled River Tranaportn tion Coml anyay' steamer Col. A. P. Kouns. Capt. Mart Kouns. leaves Thursday at 5 p. nt. for Jefferson direct. Till Now Orleans and Ouachita Transporta tion Companyi's -t,:-,Irr John H. llanna., J. W. Carlton mnrst'r. .l1e thll s clerk, loaves Thure day for nil points on the Ouac'hita., through to Camden. ThE. Eva, in place of the W. J. Poitevent. is re .e.vil g to-.ay to ihave Thursday atI 5l p. In. for the Laftourteh, Ilhr,,ugh to I ,urcl Valley. U. D. Terrehlnne in tnlmaitd, Gabe Illock clerk. The t.hr uih ArIluisas river paeket Ashlnnd. John A. Wilitiu.s llns' o,. J. T. Alexander clerk, lea es Thursday at 5 p. nm. The 0.. L. and N O. npacket. line steamer GOlden Crown, 11. IH. Drown nilwtlor. leaves Thursday for ('ineiteinti. IBy T.liegraph.b BATON RIOl.E. Marrbi 4.-To C~:pt. J.. W. Blanks: liT Isteamer John Wilson will arrive at ¶1 p. ill.. al td leave Wednesday, as usual. for Ouachita City. F. A. BLANKS. Master. Vcsslrn., March :1.-To J. It. Woods A Co., n1 (tCo- tin rt ref:'l t hstennaior,lames tHoward will iarrioe Motid" t v lning. to leave Wednes dlay. the sixiti, for M'nilwhis and the bends. B. R. PEGRtAM. hMaster. CIN'INNATI, Martch 4.-River 24 feet awl fall ing. Arriv, d: 'Thos. Sherlock and U P. S hcnk, friom New Orleans. The ftoa)oat Itobin sank a model barge of silt, opposite Madison yesterdaty. I;e,leve it was destined for St. Lou i. Ol. (IT(Y. :Marh 15 a. nm.-Aillghltany 5,. feert and rising. Citldy and snowing. Wind north. Therilomnotr so. IBaowNsvil t:a. Mairih 4 -M-enogahola 7 feeoot 7 inches and riiilng. Ci- udy. Thermometer is. ('utIliI.T5rTN, Wi. Vi., March i.--Kanawha s feet Sjin~les and living slowly. Rain last night; stnow this rning. Wind northwest. ST. Louts. Feb. 4.--Weather cool and cloudy. but moderating. The river has risen t11 inches silce Sa'urlay. an is now l; feet 9 inches; .lenty of water to all points. Business dull Arrived: )esmesrne from Grafton, Emma E. El iotr. Grand Tower and Victory from Keokuk Tihe Alice arrived at 9 'eclock this morning with over l.atn pai'klgeS and 491 tons. The lDesmet for Grafton, aud Helena for Vicksburg. leave to difa. TIHE SISTEKR OF CHARITY OF ST. SIMEON'S SCHOOL A BE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR PATRONS * and friends that, after having made some repairs and improvments in their buildings thoy are uroparte. to rooeive a few young ladi boarders. A- only a limited number can be ac commodated. applications should be made an early as pos-ible. The Boarding School will oppn on tke 2, of January 1878. For terms ap pllcation can be made at It. Bimeen's School 411 Annunciatlon street. des. tt BTEAMBOBAT5. INEMPHIW. REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. Jenves WEDNESDAY. March c, at 5 V. m. I FOR MEMPHIS. HELENA, MOUTH of White river. Arkapolli. Argyle. Greenville. Lake Providence, Vicks burg, Natehcz and all bend and plantation landings-The elegant poassenoer steamer JAMFA DOWARD, B. R. Pegram. master, J. H. Chassaing. clerk, will leave as above. paying particular attention to bond and plantation business. For freight or isas~age apply on board, or to n'. (. . WAYN. 16 Oravier street, mah J. B. WOODS & CO.. 104 Con mon st. REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. Leaves on WEDNESDAY, March 6. at i D. m. , . FOR NATCHEZ VICKSBURG. Greenville, Arkapolis, Terrene, He lona, Memphis and the boends The splendid passenger steamer THIOMNPON DEAN. Jan. H. Pepper master. Frank Beck. Jr.. clerk. will leave as above paying particular attention to all way and bend frei hts. Rates given and through bills lading sig nod to all points on White and Arkansas rivers. For freight or passae apply on board or to - BROCR ETT & CARTER 88 Magazine st. JANNEY & WORK, i10o ommon street. Through bills of lading signed to Pine Bluff and stations on the Little Rook, Mississippi River and Texas ltallway, via Arkap dis, Ark.. and to Little Rock and stations on the Memphis and Little Rock RBailway via Hoefleld. Ark. BIOOKETT & bARTER, Agents. eo2s as Magaaznestreet. ST. LOUIS. INI)EPENDENT ST. LOUIS PACKET. Leaves on TUIHSDAY, March 5. at a p. m. FOR HT. LOUIS. CAIR(O. MEM phis, Helena,. and all intermedinto landing-The side-wheel passenger steamer GOLD DIUST. E. W. Gould. master. E. W. Gould. Tr.. clerk, will leave as above positively. For freight or pass.goe ap ,lv o bolo rd. or to -.nh3 JOHN F. DOUGLAS, 10 Grnvlrier st. ARHAN1NA RIVER. REGULAR ARK NSAS RIVER PACKET. Loaves on THUR'4D'Y, March 7. at 12 m. I ,Eb FOR FORT SMITH, VAN BUREN. Dardanelle. Little Rock. Pine Bluff and all way landing--The light draft, line and fast passeongr steamer AJA i HL LND J. A. Williamt master. J. T' Alexander clerk. will leave as above. For freight or pastage apply on board. or to V. C. DENTZEL. Agent. mh3 3s Natchez street. EIIEiF RIVER. REGULAR BLACK AND B(EUF RIVERS PACKET. Leaves on WEDNESDAY, March 6. at 1 p. m. Sg FOR EAnON'8 FERRY. POINT Jefferson. Girard, Alto Red Mouth lGum Point and all landings on BUcuf and Black rivers-The steamer ERA NO. 10 Tom Taylor, master. S. T. doodwyn. clerk. will leave as above. Pays particular attention to all Black river business. For froight or pas sage apply on board or to mhb: LORD & MCPEAKE. 46 Came streat. BAYOU DE1n GLAIZEE. MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS' BAYOU DES OLAIZE PACK IT. Leaves WEDNESDAY March 6, at 5 v. m. FOR SIMMtiPORT. HAMBURG. Big Bend, Bordelonville, Moreau villo. CU-tton Port., Evergreen, and all intermediate landings-Tho light dratt passen ger steamer 0 TO1 PARKER, M. M. D)ufour, master. will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board. fOl6 WHITE RIVER. REGULAR WHITE RIVER PA(R(ET. Leaves WEDINESDAY, March 6, at to i. m. lst~ a FOR JACKSONPORT, AUGTUSTA, 4earey and all way anti plantation landings-The passenger steamer CITY OF AUtGItTA, John D. Elliott master,. Joe Elliott clerk. will leave as above. Particular attention paid to all Bond business on the Mississippi river. as high as the mouth of White river. Through bills lading given to all points on Arkansas river. For freight or passage apply on board. mh4 OPELOUSAS. REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY at 5 p. m. •. .FOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU sas, Port Barre. Simmsport Church ville and all landings on t'he coast, Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtabloau-The very light draft aasasng.r steamer 8ll4 bIUNFLOWIR, (In place of the Lessai Taylor.) A. P. Trousdale. master, J. B. Ltehmidt, clerk. will posltively leave as above. For freight or paasage apply on hoard or to HITE & CARLIN, Agent& No. 4 Tehoup'toulas street, Connecting at Washington with line of barges for Bayou Bcmpf. P. S.-Connects with steamer Minnie at Simmasport for Bayou des Olaizoes. fo6 REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 6 at 5 . im. SP1OR WASHINGTON, OPELOU sas, Port Barre, Simmsport, Church ville. and all landings on the Coast. Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The new and light draft stamer F ANCHION. (In place of the Beortha.) H. H. Broat master, Theo. Jolin clerk. will leave as above. For freight or passage aD ply on board, or to BRITTON & EPPLER, A1 Gravlrsatreet. R. W. AI)AMS. 21 Commercial Place. Connects at Washington with line of barges for Bayou Brcuf.and with steamer Minnie at Simsport for Bayou dos (Ilaizos. jall tf BATOU SAUA. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA ANP COAST PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 . m. FOR BAYOU SARA WATERLOO, Hermitage, Port Hickey, Baton Rouge, Plaquemine and way land Inags-The fast and splendid passenger steamer OUACHITA BELLE. (Representing new boat building). John C. Libano. master, John H. Mossop, clerk, Leaves as above, returning down the coast every MONDAY and FRIDAY. For freight or passage apply on board or to BRITTON & EPPLER, a5 Gravier at. LORD A MoPEAKE. 46 Camp street. au29 HITE & CARBLIN. 4 Tehoupitoulas st. BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS. STR. GOV. ALLEN, STR. , John J. Brown Master. A. Dugas Master. FOI BAYOU SARA, WATERLOO Hermitage, Port Hudson, Lobdell's Store, Baton Rouge. Plaunemine, and postofice landings Steamer Gov. Allen, Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 D. m Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 6 p. m. Commencing early. For freight or passage a on board or to MITE & CARLII. INo. 4 TchouDitoulas street, JANNEY & WORK., yst tNo. 10 (Common street. W. W. SHARI'E & CO., PUBLISHERS' AGENTS, No. 25 Park Row, New York, Are authorized to oontract for advertising in our canor. nol tf F. BUSCH, GUN AND LOCKSMITH. No. $ OCommercial Place, New Orleans. BELL HANGING IBON BAILBRINGS. AN General House Work attended to at short notice and reasonable Drices. Ale . Vaults. Locks and Copying Presses repaired: Duplicate Keys of all descriptions made. Safe repair. Ing a seeoaltv mav' " LEON QUEYBOUZE. 08 A RB BOIS. QUEYROUZE & BOIS. Wholesale Groeers, DEALERSB IN WINEB AND LIQUORS And all kinds of WESTERN PBODUGB. At the Blue toraes Goner Old Levee and Bieavllle stroee. d.ot' evow Odsute . TEAM OATS. OHIO RIVER. REGULAR CINOINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET LINE. Composed of the following steamers viz: THOMASSHERLOCK. GOLDEN CITY, CHAS. MORGAN . GOLDEN CROWN. A. C. DON&ILY GOLDEN RULE. ROBT. MITCHEILL. C. B. CHURCH. CHEROKEE. NEW MARY HtJSTON. U. P. SCHEIOCK. ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS will leave New Orleans everyTUES DAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, conneoting with all railroads and packet lines running out from Cincinnati giving through bills of lading to all points. For through rates and all information av pl to O. G. WAYNE. Agent. oc28 o lOs Gravier street. Leaves WEDNESDAY, Mirch e. at 5 P. m. FOR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE. EVANSB ville, Henderson, Shawneetown, Paducah, Cairo, Memphis, and all Intermediate points-The steamer CHARL Eg MORGAN, Albert Stein, master; Harry W. Stein, clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board, or to 0. G. WAYNE. 106 Gravier street. nol8 J. F. DOUGLASS. 1e6 Oravier st. VICKSBURR, R aEENVILLE AND BENYD. UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every TUES IAY at a p.m. SFOR VICKSBURG, NATCHEZ Davis' Bend and intermediate land Ings--T', steamer ROBERT E. LEE. William Campbell, master. A. McVay clerk. leaves as above, connecting at Vicksburg with Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo. Sun. flower. Deer Creek and Tallahatchie. B. W. ADAMS, JANNEY & WORK. HITE & CAItLIN. Agents. Will give through bills of lading to Trenton. Monroe. and all stations on the Vicksburg,. Shreveport and Texas Railroad via Delta. La. W. B. BBOCKETT. Agent. de2l as Magazine street. UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every THURSDAY at 5 v. m. FOR ARKI'PuLIS,. GttL JN VILLE, Vlcksburg and the Bonds-The line and fast 'assenger packet KATIE, J. M. White master. C. Holmes clerk. Will leave as above, connecting at Vioksbura with the "Parlsot Line" for all points on Y..Aoo and Tallahatchie rivers. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JANNEY & WORk, R. W. ADAMS, BROCKETT & CAtITER Through Bills of Lading given to Trenton Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg. Shreve port and Texas Railroad. mh27 BROCKETT & CARTER. SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY. . m. FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' BEND Natchez and all intermediate land. ings-The passenger packet NAI'CHEZ. T. P. Leathers mastes J. F. Muse clerk. connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line for Yazoo. Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers and with Anchor Line for Memphis, Cairo and St. Louis. This boat reserves the right to pass all land Ings that the Captain may conslier unsafe. For freight or passage appl: n board, or to JANNEY & WORK. too Common street. Will give throug' bills of lading to Trenton Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve, port and Texas a.ilroad, via Delta. La. W. B. BROCKETT, Agent, myS 8s Magazine street. VICKSBURG,o YAZOO AND TALLA HATCHIE. REGULAR NEW ORLEANS VICKSBURG, YAZOO AND TALLAHATCHIE THROUGH PACKET. Leaves THURSDAY. March 7, at s5 . m. f THE NEW AND FINE STEAMER YAZOO VALLEY. Burd Paris, master. J. T. Hall. clerk. Will leave as above. o For freight or passage appl on board, or to JANNEY & WORK. 10t Common st. R. W. ADAMS. 21 Commercial Place. 0014 tf HITE & CARLIN. 4 Tchoupitoulas st. BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW. MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS' INDEPEND ENT PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY. March c. at 5 V. m. SFOR POPLAR BLUFF, POINT l_'easant and all way landings on Bayou Bartholomew - The now steamer CLARA R., Wm. Wenzell, master. June Dunbar. ,lerk, will leave as above, taking freight for all land ings on the Bllak and Ouachita rivers as high as the mouth of Bayou Bartholomew. For freight or passage apply on hoard or to F. J. WINBURN, s:a Natchoz street. N. O. DONAHUE, 76 (Gravir street. P. .--Connects with t h now and very light draft steamer B. Stein for points on upper Bar tholomnew. mh4 BAYOU MACON AND TEN8AS. REGULAR BAYOU MACON AND TENSAS PACKET. SFOR FLOYD. DELHI. WARSAW. Crockett's Point, Up per and Lower Tensas and all way landings-The light draft passenger stomers TRENTON, J. I. Sullivan. master. Leaves WEDNESDAY March 1:, at 5 p. m. L. V. Cooley. master, Will leave on WEDNESDAY. March 6, at 5 p. m. Paying particular attention to all way and plantation freights. For freight or passage ap ply on board or to BR3I I'TON & EPPLER. 82 Gravior street. HITE & CARLIN 4 Tchoupitoulas at. LORD & MoPEAKE, 46 Camp street. n024 tf RATON ROITUE. REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 10 a. m. and SATURDAY at 5 p. m., SThe passenger steamer BT, JOHN, J. P. McElroy. master. Leaves as above for Baton Rouge, Plaque mine. Donaldsonville and all coast landings, re turning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN INGS. For freight or passage apply on board or to se25 tf E. O. MELANCON. 32 Bienville st. LOWER COAST. LOWER COAST PASSENGER INDEPEN DENT EX PRESS LINE-SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT. THE STAUNCH AND SWIFT passengecr yacht D W ILD GAZELLE, .J. Hamilton. master, C. E. Holmes, clerk. For Magnolia Store and all way landings. leaves New Orleans, foot of St. Louis strce', at 1t a m., MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI DAYS. returning TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 4 p. m. Receives all light freight and valuable packages. For freight or passage apply on hoard. No one is authorized to contract any debts in the name of the boat except on wri ten order of the captain, approved by the 'loerk. P. S.--Shippers will be held responsible for freight bills. mbhl FrMoWe tf FOIR LOWER COAST-DAYLIGHT PACKET. TRI-WEEKLY STEAMER. FOR BELAI I WOODLAND, Pointe-a-la-Hache.ftagnoliala Inta tionO Happy Jack. Grand Prairie and all intermediate landings-The tri-weekly steamer DISPATCH, J. C. Griffith. master. Henry Burkleo, clerk, will leave her wharf, at foot of St. Louis street, every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at le a. m., returning up the coasl on alternate days and arriving in the city at 4 p. m. For freight or passage apply on board. All contracts for boat supplies and freight must he signed by the clerk of the boat. fe24 tf SHIPS. HAVRE. FOR HAVRE-THE Al AMERICAN ship THOS. LORD. Capt. Ray, is now loading tor the above port, and having the greater portion of her cargo engaged will have immediate dispatch. For balance of freight apply to apply DECAN & CO.. so Carondelet street. r to NORTON & BELL. 43 8aroadeletstreet. REDD RIVEIR Red River and Texas. NEW ORLEANS AND RED RIVER TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. AND TEXAS PA. CIFIC RAILWAY AND CONNECTIONS. Through bills of lading and thr'ugh passeo. ger tickets to all landings on Red River, and all railway stations in Texas. The best route to Hot Springs. The followlin splendid and fast steamers composing the line will leave as advertised be low: La Belle. Maria Louise, Texas C. H. DUrfee, Col. A.P. Kouns.uns Lotus No. W. J. Behan, Bonnie Lee. Dawn, Hate Kinner. FOR SHREVEPORT JEFFER. son, Hot 8prIngs, and all land t Ilgs on Red River and railway stations in exas. FOR SHRI VEPORT. Texas, Capt. oGe. W. W. a. i: Lnves WEDNVHI)4Y, March ; at 6 p. m. Malria I,inuie. H. J. Brinker, master, Leaves SATUIRDAY. March 9, at 5 v. m. - 0 FOR JEF'FERION. Col. A. P. Kounn, v1. H. Koun,. roaster, Leaves TIIURISDAY, March 7, at 5 p. m. No wharfboat charges, drayage or commisslon will be charged at mouth of Red River. or at New Orleans. In forwarding freglht consigned to the company by bill of lading. For freight or passage apply on board of the boats or at the oft9cc of the company. No. 111 Gravier street. JOS. A. AIR KEN President. I. W. JOVCE Agnt. HITE & CARLIN, BlIITTON & EPPLEIIt ja4 LOUtD & McPEAKE. Agents. WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKET. FOR GRAND ECOP.E. MONT agomery, Alexandria. Norman's Bar. bin's and way landings-The steam er NEW BART ABLE. Richard Sinnott. master Geo. Hamilton. clerk, Leaves every SATURDAY. at 5 p. m. Will leave as above. For freight or passaeg apply on board or to R. W. ADAMS. No. 21 Commercial Place. P. 8.-Freight consigned to wharfboat, mouth of IRed river, or to agents at New Orleans, for steamer Bart Able, will be forwarded free of charge. auoe nONALDmWONVII,,,R. FORIDONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW OItLEANb AND TEXAS RAILROAD. THE STEAMER 8T. PhANCIS BELLE, William Gibson. master. Will leave the head of Blenville street at 7:98 a. m. for Westwego, with asseongers for all sta tions on the Now Orleans an(l Texase allroad. Returning, will arrive at 5:00 p. m. Same boat. connecting with Sunday Accommodation Train will leave at e a. m.. returning same day at 5:4 D. m. Freight received at the same place tip to 3:84 o'clock will be delivered at its destination next morning. oclo tf O. E. PAYNE, Superintendent. LAFOIIRCUIE. SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE PACK ET. THROUGH TO LAUIIEL VALLEY. Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m., and THiURS DAY at 5 p. m. THE PASSENGER STEAMER EVA. (In place of the W. J. Poltevent.) o U. D. Terreboneo, master. Gabo Blocic, clerk. Pays particular attention to way business. Rle turning leaves Thibodaux every Tuesday even ing and Saturday morning. For freight or passage apply on board. fo, SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST PACKET. THROUGH TO LAUREL VALLEY. Leaves every TU EMDA Y at 5 p. m.. and SAT UItDAY at 10 a. m. THE SPLENDID PASSENGEI steamer o ST. MARY Joe Dalferoes, master. E. Ilcoll. clerk, Pays particular attention to way business and returns down the coast every MONDAY and THURSDAY. For freight or passage apply on board. noln tf SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE API) COAST PACKET. THROUGH TO THIBODAUX. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 1o 0R m. and SATURDAY at 5 9. m. lt THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMER ASUMPITION, P. A. Charlet. master N. Z. Dupuls. clerk. Pays particular attention to way business, and returning leaves Thibobaux every Thursday and Sunday evening, coming down the coast in daylight Fridays and Mondays. For freight or passage apply on board or to o B. RIVET. OnoR 1e Dsrntnr strent. tMlIA-WdtJL k MAIIVU IA Utk, 1U-5, AgNl COAST PACKET. THROUGH TO THIBODAUX. Lecaves every MONDAY at 6 V. m. and FIlI DAY at to a. m. THE NEW PASSENGER STEAME' HENRY TETE. J. F. Aucoln master. M. H. Landry clerk. Pays particular attentaon to way business. Re turning leaves Thibodaux every Tuesday and Saturday: cowing down the coast Wednesday. and Sundays in lda light. For freight or pas sage apply on board or to B. RIVET. 105 Decatur street. OUACHITA RIVEI. NEW ORLEANS AND OUACIIITA RIVER SRHANSPORTATION COMPANY. FOR CAMI)E4 DIRECT. Leaves TIHU.SDAY. March 7, at i p. m. FOR CAMDEN. ELDORADO. SOuachita City. Trenton, Monroe, Columbia. hlierrtsonhurg. Trinity and all inter mediate landings-the steamer JOHN H. HANNA, J. . Carlton, master. Joe Holmcs. clerk, making all the usual connections. J. W. BLANKS. President. 2 Canasl st reet. corner Delta. HITE & CARLIN, BRIITTON & EPPLEI. Agts. JANNEY & WORlK, LORD & McPEAKE, mho NEW OBLEANS AND OUACHITA BIVEIN TRBANBPORTATION COMPANY. OUAOHITA CITY. TRENTON AND MONROP Weekly Ouachita City U. S. Wmall Packet. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 5 DI. mn.. FOR OUACHITA ITY . TREN ton. Monroe and all town landings i The steamer JOHN WILSON. F. A. Blanks. master, Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the right to refuse any landing except mail land ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or to OaDt, J. W. BLANKS. President. No. 2 Canal street corner Delta. BITE & CARLIN. BRITTON & EPPLEB JANNEY & WORK. tORD & MoPEAKE. Ag'ts P. S.-Connects regularly with steamers Ber tha Brunner for Bayou D'Arbonne, Acme and Timmie Baker for Bayou Bartholomew and Sa line river, and Goose for Little river. fell tt UPPER COAST. SPIRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER COAST TILI WEEKLY PACKET. FOR BEN TUREAUD'S. WEL him's, and all plantation landings The stoeamer MARIY IDA, J. A. Ruiz master. El v. Nicnllo elork. leaves TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS and bAT URDAYS. at 10 a. m. oRetu ning down the ncoast on alternate days and in daylight. For freight or passage apply on bard or to fe24 tf W. J. CQMAUX, 20 Conti sL-et. DAYLIGHT PAC-KET TO D)ON-XLD-ON VIE--. THE NEW FINE AND FAST Dassenger steamer RAPID TRANSIT. F. J. Oakes, master. L. E. Generelly. clerk. Leaves from head of Conti street MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 10 a. m., prom Dt. o Returning on alternate days, lea-'es Donald sonville at 6 a. m. For passage apply on board, or to C. G. WAYNE. Agent SNi. 106 Gravier street. N. B.-All persons are forbid making bills against steamerRa Did Tra nsit, only on my order, fe2 tf F. J. OAKES. master. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Leaves every MoN.)AY, WEDNESDAY and SATUBDAY at 10 a. m. S ~ FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION, Ascension parish. Donaldsonville and all coast landings-The fine side-wheel passenger steamer BELLE, (In place of Blue Wing No. 3.) J. A. umstock,. master. Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean, clerks, Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Sun day, coming down the coast in daylight. or freight or passage apply on board or to a 8. HENO. 19 lonti street1 . A8.l freightdellvered in the daytim. INSURANCE. SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. s2 ..............CAMP STREET..............3S Paid Up Capital $500,000. o TWENTT-SECOND ANNUAL 8TATEMENT NEw OBLEAN,. January 1, 1878. In conformity with the requirements of its charter, the company publishes the following statement, for the year ending December 31. 1877: AMOUNT OF PREMIUMS FOE THE TEAR ENDING 0DECEMBER 31, 1877. On fire risks ..... 253,685 74 On river risks..... 91,210 38 On marine risks.-. 80,473 55 --- $425,369 67 Add Unterminated risks, 1876 .... 94.275 00o Gross premiums ....... .... ---- 519.644 67 Leos UntermlnAted risks. 1877 ..... 104,741 00 Return premiums .......... 16.445 78 ---. 121.186 78 Not earned premiums.......... $398,457 89 Losses. etc. paid during same period: On fire risks ....... 92,406 56 On river risks....... 19,185 02 On marine risks.... 20.6,43 91 $132,235 49 Unadiusted losses.- 36,000 0oo -- $168.235 49 Add Re-insurance. ...... 44,797 29 General expenses. taxes, rent, Bard Undeowriters and Babock engines.. . 50.279 11 95.076 40 Reserve fund. ............ 10.000 00 Interest on capital stook ..............$49,562 41 Less Discount and inter est ................. 29.075 0a --- 20,486 73 $293.798 62 Not profit ..........................$104,659 29 The Company has the following assets esti mated at their market values: Stocks and b >nds.................6.. .829 o00 Loans on mortgage .................. 9,122 63 Loans on pledge ......................... 93,040 69 Bills receivable ......................... 11,458 35 Real estate ............................... 25.000 00 Premiums in course of collection..... 52.435 49 Cash on hand ........-................. 159.482 73 Total assets ........................8.656.868 89 The foregoing statement is a just, true and correct transcript from the books of the com pany. JAS. I. DAY. President. H. CAI'PENTER, Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed before me this eighteenth day of January, 1878. A. INGRAHAM. Notary Public. The Board oODirectors, at a meeting held on the nineteenth day of January. 1878, after sot ring aside $10.000 %o reserve fund from the net earnings of the year. and paying 10 per cent dividend to the stockholders, have resolved to pay a CASH DIVIDEND OF TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT on the net earned partilolpating premiums of the year ending December 31 1877, said dividend payable on and after Mon day, the twenty-eighth day of January. 1878. DIRECTORS: O E. J. Hart. Jesse S. Flower, J. L. E.rris, Henry Renshaw, J. Wels, L. Alcus. Hugh Wilson, OB. W. Taylor. Scott McGehee. B. Blscoo, O J. C. Morris. . D. Fatjo. O A. Baldwin, James I. Day,o T. L. Alroy. Charles Macready. Lionel C,. Levy, R. E. Craig. W. E. Seymour. Emory Clapp. O Sam'l L. Boyd. John G. Gaines. D. A. Chaifraix. John S. Groves. ja2o ANNUAL STATEMENT -OF TIHE NEW ORLEANS INSURANCE COMPANY, Ulp to December 31, 177. ESTABLISHED IN 1805. Fire premiums.............1$26.5881 02 Marine premiums ......... 84.632 42 River premiums .......... - 29.246 04 Total premiums. ...... 1 $80.759 48 Less Premiums on unexpired Risks..................... $86.057 66 Return premiums........ 12.190 18 Reinsurances............... 20,742 89-- 118,990 73 Net earned premiums........... $261,768 75 Add interest and salvages ....... 41,823 54 $303,592 29 Deduct Fire losses ...... $66,417 85 Marine losses. . 17,722 00 River losses..... 12.320 85- $06.460 70 Rebate a.., 15 percent...... 46,499 04 General expenses ......... 34,214 46 State and city taxes and license .................... 10.242 70 Board of Underwriters. .. 6,759 55- 194,176 45 Profit for the year 1877 .............. $109415 84 Deduct Profit and loss ...... ....... 5,606 28 Dividend, June 30. 1877........$25,000 00 Dividend, De comber31.1877. 25,000 00-- 50,000 00 Balance ................... . 809 56- 100,415 84 ASSETS OF THE COMPANY AT THEIB MARKET VALUE. Cash in bank ................ $58.065 76 Real estate ................... 118.275 12 United States Gold Bonds. New Orleans City Rail road Company. Jackson and GreatNorthean Rail road Company (1stmort gage bonds), Bank and Insurance stocks and O Louisiana State Consols. 195,390 42 Bills receivable (for pre miums).................... 11,429 38 First mortgage notes and pledge notes.............. 166,523 84 Premiums in course of col lection..................... 70,210 94-$619.895 46 T ie above statement is a true and correct transcript from the books of the company. J. TUYES. President J. W. HINCKS, Secretary. Sw.aQn to and subscribed before me, this six teenth January. A. D). 1 L7R. JOHN LARESCHE. Third Justice of the Peasn. At a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the tenth instant. it woo resolved to nay the semi-annual interest DIVIDEND OF FIVE PER CENT on the capital slock to the stockholders, or their legal representatives, on and ateor the tenth instant. J. W. HINCKS. SBecetary. New Orleans. January 16, 1878. DI&ECTORS: Ernest Merilh. H. Gaily. Charles Lafltte, mt. Carriers, Charles E. Schmidt, Jules Aldige, Charles J. Leeds, W. A. Bell, D. Fatio, Pierre Poutz, A. Sehreiber, Jules Toies. a l8 IN3URANOU FACTORS AND TRADERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, S.............Crarondlelet treet............ Ig Paid up Capital, $1,000,000. Assets April 80, 1877, $1,288,908 66. ISSUES POLICIES COVERING FIRE. BIVUB AND MARINE RISKS -AT LOWEST TARIFF RATES. ED. A. PALFREY President JNO. OHAFFE. Vice President. THOS. F. WALKER. Secretary John I. Noble. T. Lytt. Lyon. John Chaffe Samuel H. Boryd. Richard Milliken. Joseph MoElroy. J. I. Warren, Wm. J. Behan R. T. Buckner, B. F. Eschleman. Sam'i Friedlander. Wm. C. Black. A. A. Yates, Chas. Chaffe. John I. Adams. L. O. Jurey. Isaac eherek, Wmin. Hartwell, B. M. Walmsley, C. J. Leeds, A. H. May. A. T. Janin. S. H. Snowden. Jos. Bowling. A. M. BRekham. rel MI EOHANTB' MUTUAL INbU1IANUE OO*M. PANY OF NEW ORLEANS, 104............. Canal Street....... 1 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT In conformity with the requirements of their charter, the Company publish the followlag'i statement: Premiums received during the year endtin May 81. 1877, Including unearned prembiu of the previous year On Fire Risks..................... 111,9Mo On Marine Risks.................... 4.471 On River Risks................. .. .6.7 Total Premiums................. $111.41 Less Unearned Premiums...... 118,1: Net Earned Premiums May 81, 1877.............................. 1210.84 Losses paid On Fire Risks............. $117.867 On Marine Risks.......... 17,09 On River Risks............ 8~ 77 Taxes and expenses, less Interest........... 31. a I Beinsurances and Re turned Premiums.... 18,.106o- 1s81.t14 Profit......................i. 1.091 The Company have the following assets: Real Estate....................... 589,.0. CityBonds............................ 110.413 Bank, RBallroad and other Stocks and Mortgage Bonds............ 11.1 P Notes secured by mortgage........ 14,03 Notes secured by pledge............ 49,88 Bills receivable .................. 75.164 Premium in course of collection.... @,087 Cash on hand........................ 71 .00 Total......................... 1,070.844 The above statement is a Just, true and oo.. reciranscript from the books of the OompaL m PAUL FOUBOHY. President. 0. W. Norr, Secretary. STATE 0! LovIsIa a, 4 Parish of Orleans. City of New Orleeau Sworn to and subscribed before me the iseV enth day of June. 1877. JAMES FAHEX, Notary Publit. At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the seventh day of June, 1877. it was resolved to declare a cash dividend of twenty per cent on the net earned participating premiums for the year ending May 81.1817, payable on thethetl Monday of July next. Also, to pay to the Stockholders, on demand Interest at the rate of five per cent per annaun on their stock. 0 DIBEOTOBB: 4 P. Maspero. Hy. Beebe. t D. A. Chaffraix. E. Toby, ° P. Fourchy. J M. A1;en. S. Z. Reif. M. W. Smith. Charles Lafltte. D. Fatio. jes tf J. J. Fernandez. TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL BTATEMiE -OF0 THE- CRESCENT MUTUAL INSUBANCE 00MP NEW ORLEANS, May 19. 1877 The Trustees, in conformity with amendS charter, submit the following statement of affairs of the company on the seth of April. Fire premiums............. $188.08 51 Marine premiums.......... 29,815 96 River premiums............ 81.4 as Earned premiums, less re. -- - , insurance and return pre miums.................... ag.26g Losses paid and estimated, includlng all known and unpaid, say: Fire losses........$67.,88 60 Marine losses..... 7,25 41 Rlver losses....... 20.51o o ---.3100.l18l 1 Taxes, expenses, discount in lieu of participation, etc.............. .M1.892 58 Less rents, salv age savings, etc. 11.768 72 40o,128 as 6140,e Gross profits.......................... Of which oa.6587 8s is appropriated to linterest and liquidation of doubtful as The company have the following assets Bills receivable ..............68.648 88 Loans on Bonds and Mort gageo........................ 55.948 8 Loans on call........... 74.64 15s Cash ........................ 68.84 71 City Bonds................... 72. Bank and other Stocks...... 7v. Real Estate .................. 189 Premiums in course of Col lection and Suspense Ac count ...................... Total assets...--....... 81. The above statemen is a true and o transcript from the books of the Company. THOS. A. ADAMS. Preside HENRY V. OGDEN. Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed before me this ni teenth day of May. 1877. W. B. KLEINPET Notary Pub The Board of Trustees this day resolved. after paying the annual dividend of TEN CENT'Capital Stook of Company. thatadividd of TWENTY PER CENT in cash be paid MONDAY. June 11, to those parties en reeive the same. Thos. A. Adams, Fred'k Camerden , Sam'l B. Newman. J. L. Harris. Sam'1 H. Kennedy. Andrew Stewart. John Phelps, Joseph Stone, Adam Thomson, George Martin. Henry Abraham. Alfred Moulton. Victor Meyer, L C. Jurer. Edward J. Gay. Edward Nalle, Joseph Bowling. Geo. W. Sentell. Bimen Hernshelm, A. Levi Simon Forchelmer. Wm. H. Matthews I Jos. B. Wolff. Paul E. Mortimer. B. B. Post, John V. Moore. Ed, Pilsbury, W. B. Conger. Jno. E King. Henri .. Beuben G. Bush. H J.Irl y mys ii