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07lOl NEW ORLEANS D&OORBAT. }
Thursday. August 29. 15.8.
S Alvin, Emma Irvine, Belloe, Rico Farmer, As
sumptlon, Grand Lake and barges.
Alvin. Emma Irvine, Bice Farmer, Belle. Bas- I
t rop, Ouachita Belle.
Alvin Martha, Emma Irvine, lowor coast;
Beolle, Mary Ida, upper coast; st, Mary Oua
enita Bello, Bayou Sara: John A. Scudder. St.
Louis; Wspor, Cinolinnatl; D, Sttein. Eva,:
Bayou Lafourche; Bonnie Lee, Rod river; Yazoo
Stage of the Uers.
Daily telegraphic report of the staoe of water
atvarious points, with changes, inthe 24 hours
ending yesterday at 3 Dp. m.
Above low Change.
tatiFeet Inl, Feet. Inch,
O... inn.ti ............ 1 4 to 1
a enport ................ 2 to 2
bu e ................ 2 9 10 1
eokuk ................... : to 7
ro se ................. o :1 0 0
avenworth ............. 8 7 o :I
4 4 1-0 1
A g staio ................. it to P
em phis ................. 10 r, 10 7
h le ................. i o
ew Orleans............ o r, 2
htL ourg .... ............. IP 4o 0
Ia o u 0 o
h P u ort ............... . 1 11 to 3
ok bur ................ 13 10
ul.. u 7 o a
.i.r............ 0 0 0 0
ankton o .................. r, 9 1o I
*Belo hig wahta mark of 187t, tIndicates
No change in the weather.
Ibe Bastrop had her flag at half-mast yester
day out of respect to the memory of Mrs. Capt.
Hodge. QOwig most probably to this fact a
rumor was circulated that Capt. Hodge was
dead, Upon inquiry we learned that such was
not the fact: though very sick he was slowly
The n .t t. Stanard is on route from St. Louis,
and the J. B. M. Kehlor is loading to leave
Te Yadoo Valley. In place of the Natchez, will
arrive this evening from Vicksburg and return
he Bonni Lee, in place of the Bart Able.
S 11 arrive to leave Saturday for Alexandria and
G ©raInd Eore,
The Terrebonne-Lafourcho line packet Eva
yes to-day, end the D. Stein Saturday. See
ased on information received, we announced
a short tli' e ago the death, near St. Louis. of
apt. John Shaw, a well known St. Louis and
New Orleans boatman, and formerly of the
Utoncwall and other b,.ats. Capt. John A.
Stevenson received yesterday a letter from
S t Shaw in which t is stated that it was a
eigihbor by that name who died, and that he
himself Ins tlll alive in the flesh and well in
(ud and mind, and that he proposes to visit
hos rescent City friends this coming winter.
t is not often that a man is permitted to read
his own death notice, and we imagine that the
pleasure ot reading one's obituary is surpassed
onl y that of being able to exclaim, as did
Nnpoleon at St. Helena, "I still live."
We have received official announcement of
the postponement of the meeting of the Na
tional Board of Steam Navigation. The time of
the meeting will be announced to those inter
sated by circulars.
The Rice Farmer, Chas. Do Bouchol master,
Sept. Toca clerk, leaves daily Sunday ex
ceptod, for the upper coast to ken erville at
so i. m promutly.
The fleet tri eeklyupper cons packet Willie,
n place of the tary Ida, J. A. Ruiz master, Ed.
Nicole clerk leaves this 10 a. m. promptly for
Ben Tureaud plantation. The Willie is a day
light boat both ways.
The mma Irvine, E. M. Vallette master,
leaves as usual to-day at : pm. m. shar, for the
lower oeast, as far as the Greenwood planta
S TL R~e regular semi-weekly Bayou Lafourche
aecket hva. M. i. Landry master, Thomas
Knee clerk, leaves to-day at a p. m,prpmptly.
The fleet Ahsumption, in laceof the Henry
Tete, P. a. Charlet master, N, Z. .opuls clerk
leaves to-monr ow at to a. m. for the coast and
ourobe, th-onah to T ibodaux.
The United States mail and p aqenger packet
St. Mary, in place of the oev. Allen, John J.
Brown master, . S. Streck clerk, leaves to-mor
Srow at a P. m. or Beayou Sara.
Exehablg sruppan0, AU.ust 2O. 4
SOlrri'o MEMPHIS AND T,. Louts PAcKrr Co. )
St. Louis. July 8. 1878.
To Capt. Albert Stein, steamer Charles Morgan:
I am the ,riginal constructor and inventor of
the Jones, Pauley & Co. condenser, now work
wr Ing on the steamers Natohes, City of Helena
and James Hsward, and am now about placing I
them on ba)ard several new steamers building
at Louisville and Cincinnati. On the boats now I
having them in use, they are working to perfect
satisfaction and were built according to my I
plans, specifications and personal superin
As to the condonsers which were placed on
the steamer Charles Morgan, a new boat build- I
Ing at Cincinnati in 1875, Capt. Thos. Leathers,
one of the patentees. induced Oapt. Albert Stein 1
to have 'hem placed on his boat, the steamer
Chas. Morgan, and Arthur Moore, a machinlest
of Chinlniiatl. was employed as our agent to
construct one, selmilar in all resoeots to the r
same condenser we were then building in St.
Louis to be placed on board the steamer City of 1
Helena. Arthur Moore, in company with Capt.
Leathers, came to St. Liuis so as to get a full
and complete understanding as to the workings,
drawinsu of that condenser. and while there
his attention was particularly called to the dl
verting chambers, which were being cast and
While these condensers wore being con
structed I plused through Cincinnati several
times, but Arthur Moore never called my atten
tion to lodk after the construction or how he
When they were completed and placed in po
sition on b,,ard I understood from Capt. Leath
ers that the condersers on the Charles Morgan
could not be made to work satisfactorily, and
urged me to go on board and make a trip. so as
to discover toe defects. I did so, and found the
"diverting c'hambers were defective and placing
in position on board were different altogether
from the original drawings and speciflcations
at Cincinnati I had the diverting chambers
taken off to make alterations, and were placed
on board again, but all to no success as to their
Arthur G. Moore made alterations himself
before the completion, before the boat started
out, and, in fact. had constructed these con
densers on the Charles Morgan different from
what my original plans, drawings and specifi
cations called for; and I do not consider the
condensers, but what had they been built ao
cording to my dictations, they would have been
He bad positive instructions to place them on
board the Charles Morgan according to our
Ilans and none of his own; and as our agent
he has violated, acting in bad faith not only
with the patentees, but Capt. Albert Stteta, alBo.
of the steamer Charles Morag S Al SEý
The Alice, Capt. Charles F. Adams. wi leave
for New Orleans Wednesday. Alex Oarlysle is
in the offiuce.
The Dubuque Herald says "IEd West left the
employ of the Diamond Jo yesterday. Becom
ing diseatisfied with some dealings, ne jum ed
overboard and swam ashore after the boat had
S left port, and immediately offered his Servicds,
by telgriaph, to the Keokuk Northern Line in
St. Louis. Ed is one of the best pilots on the
William W1l is, a well known river clerk, was
married yesterda at Warsaw, Ky., to Miss Alice
May Tiller, daughter of the late Capt. Benjamin
Tiller an old-time steamboatman.
ST LOUIs. Aug. 24.-Business to-day was quite
active, Tue City of Vickaburg left for Natchez
with all she could take on the water, and was
obliged to ref use freight. The City ol Helena
follows next We, nesday, when the City of Alton
will leave for New Orleans. Rates are 50 cents
for fl.,ur and 25 cents er cwt; way freights are
30 to 60 euts. The E. O. Stanart left for New
Orleans this evening with a big trip, and the
barge line sent out a heavy tow.
Capt. E. W. Gould goes over to Louisville to
look after his new boat. Commodore Wm. J.
Kountz arrived from Bismarck to-day.
Capt. wm Elliott and family are on board of
the steamer City of Augusta. which vessel is
moored up a the islands above the city.
The tteomner Whisper passed down yesterday
without st' pplng. She had about seventy-five
tons for this port, and it is said that she will
send i back by the Belle Memphis.
The Stanard will not lana either here or at
Vicksburg, so her captain. Chas. Seamon, an
D ounces. [By Telegraph.l
- .KSBU O, Aug. 27.--To J. B. Woods, No. 10o
Commtn street: Toe Anchor Line steamer
John A. tbcudder will arrive Friday evening and
leave for R Louis V TZ. Mt aster.
J. WAALKEB, D. D. .,
e .CP nR .tre - -IA
A " BQ~IULLX pERFORM ALL OP.IBIONB
nni IN DUITI8TDrW
0IO1R w ORL*AS DrEOAT,)
Britbri[ Flying Cloud, Wagner, for Psgoula, n in
ballast-- . HL l .Vuga
Brit brigantine Frontier, White. for Belize, Hondu"
ran, via Ruatan- Ebeneserger & Sorel
Bohr uesan Boranton. Stark, for Montega ay. Ja-
0 H Sohenck
Span bark Nueva Anrelia, Domenioh, for Ioneu-
Sohr Robt Buft, Briggs, 15 days from Caibarien,
Cuba, to Agar & Lelong-AlgierS
Grand Lake No 9, ---, fm St Louis, with 5 barges 1
Rice Farmer, DeBouchel, from Kennerville
Alvin, Scovell, from Lower Coast
Belle. Comstock, from Upper Coast
ssnumptlon, Charlet, from Bayou Lafourohe
Emma Irvine, Vallette, from Lower Coast
Eva, Landry, from Bayou Lafourohe
Brit bark Lesmington, Orkney. 45 dsys from, liver.
pool, in ballast, is at anchor outside for orders
The ship Importer, Sutherland, from Liverpool,
previonusely reported below, sailed for Mobile.
MONTEGA BAY-Per sohr Susan Boranton-lO,.
000 shingles 949 bbie flour 50 bble meal 134 pgs madse
BELIZE. HON-Per brigantieo Frontier--l0,000
BOURN-Per bark Nueva Aurelia--3,908 bushels
corn in bulk
VERA OlRUZ-Per steamship City of Mexioo-405
sacks coffee IO bales do to Gordon & Gomlla--2-- do
Schmidt A Zeigler- 116 do 5 saks do Smith Bros
CAIBARTEN, CUBA-Per sohr Robert Ruff-i94
hhds sugar taAgar & Lelong
mReelpta of Ireodua
ST LOUIS-Per steamer Grand Lake and 5 barges
-98,500 "eshels corn in bulk 100 bbls meal 9139 sacks
oats 884 sacks wheat 749 bales hay order- 53.073
bushels wheat in bulk 1879 sacks corn Gordon & Go.
tuiia--368 bble flour 50 hf do 197 bbls meal 151 bbls
grits t00 sacks oats 156 sacks bran Glover & Oden
.shi-96 sacks oats 146 bbls grit th0 bbls meal J i
Kent &eo-550 bbls flour 80 bbls grease Perdreauville
&co-3 0 bbls flour 190 seaks oats 175 tee lard 30 bhts
do 25 half do Miller, Origeby Aco-70 do 500 kegs do
300 tes do C H Dolmen-C4 tee meat E K Converse
802 sacks oats Chas Ples auto-355 do 155 bbls grits
950 bbls meal Newman & Jonees-100 bbls grits Smith
Bros &oo---195 do 171 bbls meal 175 bbls fBor T A
Hamilton &co-100 bbls grits 150 bbls meal ScBhwab.
acher, Frowenfeld & Pfeier---84 do I10 bbls flour 50
hf do 939 bbls pork 4 toe lard 6 pkgs butter Schwab
acher & Hlrch--100 bble flour H DelBlondlo-375 do
W H Matthews & Bro--136 do o60 sacks bran Rogers
& Mltoholl-403 bales hay Geo Hock &oo--181 do W
Uchtndler-20 bbls flour 20 bble grits 40 sacks corn 5
sacks oats 9 sacks bran 90 pkgs mdse C A Whltnaey
&oo--50 bbls bottled beer H R togreve-65 box do 74
boxes matches Visard & Wilmoth--200 sacks malt (
Auer-100 do P Blaisse-l0 do H F Sturoken 50 do
I bbl oil J J Weckerling-O0 do Branch. Crookes &co
-50 kegs lard H T Lawler-3l.2 sucks corn 662 soaks
oats Howard & Preston-304 do 1415 sacks corn Joe
West &co-4867 do l H Wilson & Mll---9540 do H
Jasper--098 do Doize &co-.68 do 900 bbls flour Wa-.
lace, Fairchild &co-200 hbls grits C H Lawrence &
co-100 bbls flour H Oroebel-S50 stoves and sundries
.Rion Born deo-1i bale pipes H Di Coleman & Bro
18 bdls saddle trees H HIlansell --1 pkgs mdse Oseo
Cronsn--2 mills Holloway & Edwards-- 7 pkge nur
niture Hugh Flvnn-44 do N O & O it T Co----19 do
Widow Dejan--19 do W B Ringrose-6 do J Wilhelm
-90 pkgs willow V Rivi-18 pkgs trdse B J West
94 do R t P Co--l box eggs Millsr & Meyer-8 stoves
Spd litures C St L &N O R R-- pkg furniture H
Lehleitner--24 do F Abadie-3 R M & B J Montgom.
cry-Is Wm Rund-2 L Lecomte--ll M Beyers-6
pkgs mdse F N Thayer--sandries to order
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Alvin-55 bbls rice
J Nelson &co-419 sacks rough rice P K Thompson
170 do 8 Baspel-i-fS do Gwyn & Fretlleen--O0 do
Allen & 83me-9S53 do Steward & Thompson-106 do
J Foerster-s-o0 do J R Kent &0e--lb1 do Kip & Ruoh
--45 sesk potatoes F Casentro-sundries to order
Total 55 bbls rice 1729 sacks rough rice
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Belle---l1 sacks
rough rtce J Foerster-49 do Allen & Byme--183 do
Kip & Ruch- 176 do Bush & Levert-- 20 do Joseph
Vignes-sndries to order-Total 732 soks rough lice
KENNERVILLE-Per steamer Rice Farmer--35
sacks rough rice Gwyn A Frollson- 77 do Kip &
Ruoh-sundries to order-Total 43 sacks rough rice
BAYOU LAFOURCHE-Per steamer Assumption
-348 eacks rough rice Siewerd & Thompson--sea.
dries to order
BAYOU LAFOURCHE--Per steamer Eva--137
sacks rough rice Allen & Syme-sundries to order
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Emma Irvine-25
sacks rough rice J oerster- eundries to order
Receipts at tlho New .alml
Handsboro-Per echr Henrietta-55000 feet lumber
H Buddig L
Pear River--Per sobr Gen Washington- 40,000
feet lumber 10,000 latbs W W Carre &co
Pearl River-Per schr Wade Hampton-94,000 feet
lumber to J W Adams
Pearl River--Per schr Star--35,000 feet lumber
to W W Carte &O Pt
Pearl River-Per schr Petroaiu-95,000 feet lumber
to W:W Carre&o In
Wolf River-Per eobr M E Toulme-500 bbls sand D
Jordan River-Per echr Leander Jane--35 cords
wood to master
Tiekfaw.. Per sohr Hotter llis-i-00 cords wood to 01
Bayou Lacombe-Per schr Pella-500 bbls 3harooal
Receipts at the Old Basin
Tchefunota River--Per schr Martha D---40,000
feet lumber to order
Bayou Lacombe-Per sohr Odelia-18 cords wood
CHICAGO, BT LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS p
August 28-7 bales cotton T L Airey too--3 Stew. Bi
art Bros &co-- Allen, Nugent &oo-2 Payne. Ken- ai
nedy &oo-t Clapp Bros &oo-1 Keiffer & iardner- gt
1 Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell-- Hyman & Licbten
stein-l S Gumbel-1 Lehman, Abraham &eo-18
easks bacon Cobb & Maxent--5 bbls pork H K Con- di
verse-I45 pkgs w ware Stanuer, Macready &co-Io-iti
pkgs mdse Berkson & Bro----100 bbls grits J R Kent
kco-35 bbls potatoes Miller & Meyer-100 bbls flour
41 boxes bacon 48 tierces hams W. Mathews & Bro
-91 pkgs hardware Barrett & Weiman---- bbls of
whisky Bohmidt & Zlegler-25 tieroes hams Schwab.
sobher & Hirseh-140 bbls pork Howard & Preston-7
bdls green hides 1 bdle skins G H Magee--1 bag of
meat McGrath & Compton--27 boxes fruit I qr box
tobacco C H Schenok-326 boxes soap 1 box mdse et
Smith Bros &oo--100 bbls lime J G Clark.-10 do
order J O Hardy--tt6i shoulders Jno T Hardle &oo-
2 boxes eggs I bbl bacon Wang & Cottam-7 pkgs I
sun Iries Depot Quartermaster--100 bbls flour CT Fi
Buddeoke & Son---160 pkgs beer G Yalets--i cars F
cattle A cook, Mitohell aco--1 jar butter 145 pkgs C
beer H Redwitz-8 bbls dried apples C H Lawrence
&co-1 car Inmter J Fromberg--I do oager, Eller
man &ceo- care hoop poles Whitefletd & Mitchell
16 casks bacon 50 tierces lard 900 bbls flour Wall ce.
Fairchild &oo-300 do 131 poe bacon 39 boxes bacon
18 bbls pork Vairin & Mortimer-149 bbls apples 8
D'Amioo &oo--257 bble potatoes 104 bbls onions 144
bbls apples 11 bbls krout 5 ht do 18 or -tea cabbage J
Keller-19 bbls apples 3 stands pears 10 stands gaspe
ID Cefalu &oo--13 bbls apples J Salamoni-65 co 145
bble potatoes Stephens & Stork- 40 bbis apples 5S
bbls onions 39 bble potatoes I bbl sweet potatoes E
Doherty-15 bbls krout 49 bbls onions 163 bbls poto
toes 5 bbls apples o W Davieon too--5. do Berry
&eo--19 bbls potatoes 8 bbls onions J BertUoci &co- -
Total 41 boxes bacon 44 casks bacon 1757 poe bacon
1 163 bbls port 700 bbls Bour 73 tierces hams 50 tierces
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD
August 98-190 sacks rough rice Kip & Ruch--100
do Steward & Thompson-Total 290 secks rough rice
ROBERT E. LEE
?HIS STOVE HAB JUST BEEN INTBO
duced in this market. It is manufactured
in Georgia, and is presented to the public as the
equal ofanv Stove on this market for all house
hold purposes, with a full guarantee to that ef
iect. while it is sold fully TWENTY PER GENT
HEtAPEB. by the undersigned.
JA1M[ES H. REYNOLDS,
general House and steamboat SmitLh
Plumbing. Gas and Steam Pipe Fitting. Stoves.
Banges and Pumps.
9- ............ Baronne treet .......eet .... 9
Between Union and Perdido streets,
apla 1V NEW ORLEANS. LA.
Is acknowledged to be the
BEST AND CHEAPEST OF ALL
It is manfactured with BOBAX. free of amn
Patented and manufactured by
J. H. KELLER.
n18s 1 Uo Gra.ier street.
NEW ORLEANS A~D MEMPHIS PACKET
REGULAR WEDNESDAY PACKETS
Capt, J. F. Hicks. All. Grissom clerk,
CHAS. P. CHOUTEAU,
Capt. W. H. Thorwegan, Geo. Miltenberger clerk.
TllHE ABOVE NEW AND LARGE a
_ boats will run regularl the entire
season between New Orleans and C
Memphis, leaving every WEDNESDAY at 5
Coast town and bona freights solicited and
promptly attended to.
S.esenger atrcommodations FIRBST CLASS
and BATES LOW.
BROCKETT & CARTER, Agents.
au25 tf as Magazine street.
VdCMStDAti, . o BEENVILLb AW MANDUS.
UJITED STATEB AIL PACKET.
n s--TLh steamer
JOHN W. CANNON.
(In place of the R. E. Lee,
William Campbell, master.
John H, Mossop, clerk,
leaves as above, 0o0neii g at Vicksburg witk
Parisot's Line for all DOfntAl the Yasoo. Sun.
1GE. D. HITE. Agents.
BATURDAY VY B A UL ITED sTAh
Leaves every SATURDAY. at sp, n.
-. FOB VICKSBURG, DAVIS' BEND
Natchez and all intermediate land.
I- n Th--te aener naoket
(In place of Natchez)
Frank Beook. Jr master, Andy Roland, clerk,
connecting at YIckebpra with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo. Tallahatclie and Sunflower rivers,
and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Cairo and
This boat reserves the right to psae all land.
Ings that the Captain may consider unsafe.
For freight or assae applyr n board, or to
JANNEY O& W 10K 1n Common street.
J. E. CARLIN. 17 aiThouvitoulas st.
r BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY UNITED
BAOU STATES MAIL PACKET.
FOR BAYOU SARA, WATERLOO,
Hermitage. Port Hudson. Lobdell's
Store. Baton Rouge. Plaquemine and
(In place of Gov. Allen.)
J. J. Brown master. .. Streck. clerk.
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at a, m .
returning every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY.
For freight o N passene apply on board or to
J . CA OARLN, 17 Tchou itoulas st.
i.y1 JANNEY & WORK. loo Common st.
SaS.D-Will pay oarticular attention to the
Bayou Lafourche business of Capt. Joe Dal
BEGULAR WEEKLY BAYOU BABA AND
UNITED STATES MAIL.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY ate . m.
SFO BAYOU SBAl. WATICIL0O,
Bla Hermi e, Port Iickey, Baton
Rouge, Plaquemine and way land
In-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
(In placeof the'John W. Cannon).
John 0. Llbano master. Thomas Howard. clerk
Leaves as above, returning down the corsi
every FRIDAY. For freight or Dnaesa apply
0 on board or to
GEO. D. HIT 4 Tehoupitou]las t.
S BRTTON & EPPLEs. i usrve rt.
LORD & oe 4$ Camp street.
aus 0. 0. WAYNE. ins travier street.
SP. 5--The St. John havihg been laid up the
SOUACHITA BE E will attend to all of her
- coast buslness.
ME H NTS' AND PILANTERS' o
LI.N BAYOU (IAFOUROH
U. D. Terrebonne master. Hioks clerk
leaves every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, at 5
p. m., for all landings on Bayou Lefourohe as Al
far as Melodla plants oi . r reight orpaes
sage apply tO B. P TE'BI-B+1 NN1 a .
au21 Agent. na De atur street.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUROHB
THROUGH TO LAUREL VALLEY. D
Leaves every MONDAY and THUISDAY at a E
THE PASSENGER BTEAMER B
M. N. Landry. master. Tom Knee, clerk. i
Pays vartioular attention to way business. Be- o
turning leaves Thibodau every Tuesday even.
Ing and Saturday morning. For freight or H8
passage apply on and or to V
TaERBEBONNE r BDOa.. Agents. R
6- Decatur street
P S.--The Eva takes freight for all lsn'linga
on Bayou Lafourche as far as Melodia Planta
tion, two miles below Lafourche Crossing.
ap2 tf w
SEMI.WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHB AND W
THROUGH TO THIBODAUX.
Leeaves every MONDAY at a p. m. and FRI
DAY at to a. m.
STHE NEW PANSMNGBRSTEAM.EI
(In place of Henry Tote),
P. A. Charlot, master, N. Z. Dupuis, elerk
Pays particular attent*'an to way business. itse
turning leaves Thibodaux evern Tuesday and -
Saturdaf coming down the coast Wednesdays
and Sundays in daylight. For freight or pas
sage apply on board or to
B. RIVET, ioe Decatur street.
P. 8.-Has a clerk on the landing during the j
day at th. head of Rtnevile s treet to renvlve
freight. Freight received for the Lafourebe,
privilege of reshipping at Donaldsonville.
Leaves DAILY at . p.m.
FOR GREENWOOD PLANTA
tion. Terre aux Bolnf. and all plan
tation landings. The new, lnhe and
fasteame EMMA IRVINE,
E. M. Vallette, master.
Leaves as above regularly, commeocing August
12. returning to the city early in the morning.
For freight or passage apply on board.., head of
Conti street, atts tf
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NEW ORLEANS, KENNERVILLE AND COAST
FOR KENNERVILLE AND COAST
Chs. Debouchel, master. S. Toea, clerk.
SLeaves daily at 10 a. m.. sharp. Sunda, s ex
cepted. for all way landings. ays par(ul-ar
Sattention to plantation busine Fb reght or
passage apply on board.
A clerk Is always on the levee to receive
freight, foot of Conti street. au4 tf
SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER COAST TRI
o WEEKLY PACKET.
e FOR BEN TUREAUID'S. WEL
_ _ ham's, and all plantation landings
- - The steamer
(In place of the 1ary Ida.)
J. A. Ruiz mnster. Edw. Nicouo clerk.
Leaves TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS. at to a. m.
Returning down the coast on alternate days
and in daylight. For freight or passage apply
d on board or to
n ea24rd r W. J. COMAUX, l2 Conti street.
Leaves evr MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
eATUBDAY at 11 a. m.
i --! s FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION.,
ascension parish. I)onaldsonville
and all coast landings-The fine
side-wheel passenger steamer
,. A. Oomstock. master.
Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean. clerk,
SWill leave as above. Beturni . leaves Ash
land Plantation Tuesday. Th rsday and 9an
day, coming down the coast in daylight, Nor
freight or passage apKENon booard or t
-a22 B. KENO, 19 Oonti stret.
V.S. All freight delivered in he daytime.
The best stomachic and tonic soveregan remedy
for Dyspepsia. Excellent for an anti-malarial
4 L Lw Prlee-Panre an ReIIable.
For sale in all quantities by
iala iv $d No, Oonl tstreet. New Orlmfs,
a" River a" e Texase
Through bllo f lading and through Ie'emý
ger tickte to andins oned ver an al
lway sttatiolS in 2Texas. T best route to
BTh pr splendid and fast steamers
composing e line will leave as advertised be
LaweUe. Maria Louise, Texas
SDurfes Vol PA. ns, Lotus No.e.
V. J. Behan, Bonnie Lee. Dawn.
KeKinne F I EPORT JEPPER
son, Hot Bvrings. and all land
s n in illngs on Bed River and railway
statlons In Texas.
, -- , master,
Leaves , -, at a p.m.
ow.Oharfhoat charges. dray.N or commis.lon
e te a mornt ofl R River, Baou
Sara or at New Orleans, in forwardin freght
conslaned to the company by bill of lang.
For freight or passage apDly on board f the
boats or at the office of th anyo, 111
Gravier street. JOS. A. A KENPresident.
M.i W. JOYCE (GEO. D. ITE
3. IL VARLIN. BRITTON & E'PLER,
jla LORD & MOPEAKE. Agents,
WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKET.
FOR GRAND ECORE, MONT.
gomery. Alexandria. Norman's, Bar
bin's and way landings - Thd
(In laceo of the New Bart Able.)
Richard Binnott. master. Geo. Hamilton, clerk.
Leaves every BATURDAY at a p. m.
Will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
M. W. ADAMS, a1 Commerelal Place.
P. B.-Freight consglaned to wharfboat, mouth
of Red river or to agents at New Orleans, for
the steamer )art Able will be forwarded free o
FOR HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILI
PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN MAIL
To sail FRIDAY. August o0. at Dp, m,,
CHAS. W. LORD.
Lodge Colton. commander.
Will leave her wharf, oppoelte Jackson SBna
For freight or pasa' , apyE, to nt
JD i s5 Carondolet street. corner Gravier.
FOR HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINA
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
The first-class steamshtD
y will leave wharf foot of Callioe street.
TUESDAY, August 2o, at 4 pV m.
Passage rates to Havana. *s0: Ezourslontl<i
etasase rates to Jacksonville, 0, Inoludina
,stte roomns d meals. e
Through bI a of lading ilsued to all AnoInts
rr I ftI LlK o BBBT~ al50 1OOý
The steamship -- --i
B' I on the - -- :, .M3
LIV E3 L sIl OUTlglEN . . Ii. WIl.
A.O ....... ....12 ...... .eorge.
B .....2.. o...... lueynolds'
....... lo o ..... . e
S.... .. 1 ...... W. Aik}n.
G L D T. .O . . . . . . ..... . . s .
IORDOVAN "....14..17.....W. Lang.
COUNLOILLOR .......20 ...... W. Tutton.
DitOOVERER. ....... ...... B. R.WilliamooS
EXPLORER ........2010......W. Jackson.
FIRE QUEEN .. ....s......Williams.
GLADIATOR ... ....1 0 ...... L. Jones.
HISTORIAN ...... 180o...... Wallace. IV
LEG[SL4TOR ....21 To....... url.
MEDIATOR.......... 2olo......J. Hanny.
OATOR......... 1342..... . Corbshley.
OBERON........... "12......J. OCampbell. O,
HTATESMAN ....1 60... . ..W. Hug1hes.
VANGUARD .......... 1406......-- Valiant.
WARRIOB .........1220......W. L Jones,
O ORAtTOR, U
will sail on or about August 31. 1878, from her
Will receive cotton and sign through bills o U
lading for the Cbntinent. between Havre and B
These steamships, being of light draft will
cross the bar of the Mississippi at all timee
For freight apply to L
DECAN & (O.. 0
de2o ly 89 Carondolet street. O
GLASGOW AND LONDON.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS
Sail from New York for
GLASGOW every SATURDAY:
LONDON every WEDNESDAY.
Passenger aecommodations unsurpassed for
elegance and comfort. All state-rooms on
main deck, and Saloon amidships.
SALOON CABINS 0$6 to $e0 CUBRENCY.
SECONDOCABIN. lncluding all reeuisites. $40
Excursion Tickets for First-Class Passage, New
York to Paris and return. $13S to $I S
For Books of Information, Plans, etc.. apply to
my12:9m 50 Commerce street
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWE.B BIIMEN AND NEW OB
LEANS. VIA HAVRE. SOUTH.
AMPTON AND HAVANA.
The steamships of the North Ger
' man ' vd will resume their Reagular Trips
From Bremen. From N. Orleans
Frankfurt .......September 18 About October 20
bannover ..-...October 16 About Navem. 17
These steamers toucn outwarO at Barre an
Havana. and on their home trip it Havana and
vana or New nO, $ I ) Steer.
Brom N drleans to 9uthampton. Havre o
,. Bremen--Ohbln, ild (goldl) Steeas e $46 (glold&
b- From New Orleans to Hava.aa-abin.gs
.- (gold)? Steerage. $16 (gold). ..
ur hildron under ten ream. half price: ohfl.
drean nder one year. free.
N. B.-Our agent for Texas Mr. Peter M. Er.
hard, in Galveston, is authosized toissuesgaer.
age passage orders at the following thinagb
From Bremen to Galveston. Y42. gld
SFrom Bremen to Indianola. $85 o60 gol&
lal The company reserves the runt to nangethe
route of the steamers, their advertised days of
departure and the pries of passage.
Psaeege ticket irom mB en t
orHavreto New Orleans isauetbps e n'
n 11 & 7$iom
Mutual Insurance Company
OF NEW ORLEANS.
194. ......anal e. reet.... S4
TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL STATEMENT. 7
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the Company publish the following
Premiums recelved during the year ending
May 81, 18e, including unearned premiums I
of the previous year-
On Fire Biks........... »... 8..3.4,62 72
On Marine Risks....... 20,648 79
On River Riske..............".- 24,061 91
Total Premiums...... ......... 87958 42
Less Unearned Premiums...... 117,841 00
Net Earned Premiums May 31.
1878.................... .... $261.519 42
On Fire Risks... ...... 1.64, 89
On Marine Bisks.......... 13,46 o6s
On River Risks........... 10,264 92
Taxes and expenses, less
Interest................. 5.317 52
Beinsurances and Be
turned Premiums.-.- 18,318 67- $132,799 68
Profit ...... .... ... -....- $128,712 74
The Company have the following assets:
Real Estate ...................... $296,.064 8
City Bonds and Mortgage Bonds... 65.100 as
Bank. Waterworks and other
Stocks ............................ 196,376 40
Notes secured by mortgage...... 186,801 a
Notes secured by pledge.......... ee.o870
Bills receivable...........".. ... 81,811 67
Premium in oourse of oollection.- 42,487 11
Agricultural Fair Association...... 2,000 00
City Scrip-..-........ .... .. 3,879 8(
Cash on hand...-...-.......-.-- 1.551 8
Total ... ........ ..- 81,027,618 59
The above statement is a just, true and cor
rect transcript from the books of the Company.
PAUL FOUB(HY, President.
0. W. NoTr, Secretary.
STATE OF LOUIBIANA.
Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. I
Sworn to and subscribed before me the tenth
day of June, 718. JAMES FAHEY,
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
on the tenth day of June, 1378, it was resolved
to declare a cash dividend of twenty per cent c n
the net earned participating premiums for the
year ending May 81, ses, payable on the third
Monday of July next.
Also, to pay to the Stockholders, on demand,
interest at the rate of five per cent per annum
on their stook.
P. Maspero. Edward Toby,
John Geddee, D. Patio.
P. Fourchy. M. W. Smith,
J. J. Fernandez, D. A. Chaffraix.
Jno. B. Lallande. Chas Laflitte.
jell ti A. A. Lelong.
Mutual Insurance Company
92.,-.. ..-.6; A Tt r i.l' ..........-.-52
Paid p Capital $6500,000.
TWE NTTY..WADe AN2UAL rATiUWUN
Nuw OnzaU. e, Januay 1. 1I1.
In conformity with the requirements of the
charter, the company publishee the following
statement, for the year ending December 81.
AMOUNT OF PBRMIUM8 0F3 TH WEI INDINO
Dplm BaS 31, 1877.
On fire risks . -.....-e.0, 74
On river risks----. 91.210 as
On marine risks.- 80.478 56
- 425,869 67
Unterminated risk~. 18706.... 94,275 00
Gross premiums.......... -- ----8.84
Unterminated risks, 1.77 ..... 1Q4,741 0
Return premiums ..-....... 16,448 78
Net earned premiums............. . · .s67 89
Losses. etc., paid during same period:
On.fire risks...... ..2$, 406 85
On river risks....... 19.185 02
On marine risks.... 20;640 91
Unadjusted losses.-. 86.06oe0 oo
- s$.682 46
Be-insurance....... 44.797 29
taxes, rent, Board
Babock engines... 8a06. 11
eserve fund .................. 10,000 oo
Interest on capital
stock .............. 898W2 41
est . ........ . . .... 29j075 68
-- ~0.486 78
Net profit....- .................610469.o
The Company has the following assets estl.
mated at their market values:
Stocks and bonds................. -...!6os,57 o
Loans on mortgage.................... 9192
Loans on pledge....... .............- 9.oos
Bills receivable................. - 11.4M8.a
Real estate........................... s25,oo. eo
Premiums in courseof eollection...... as,. 49
Cash on hand ......................... 189.489 78
Total assets.................. .....$~ses as
The faregoing statement its a just. trusand
correct transcript from the books of the eom.
. JAB. L DAY. President.
H. shaprna. Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
eighteenth day of Januar. 1878.
A. INGRAHAM. NotarPu~blio.
The Board of Directors, at a meeting held on
the nineteenth day of January. 187,. aler set
ting aside io0,o00 to reserve fund from the net
earnings of, the year, and payina 10 per cent
dividend to the stockholders, hais resolved to
pay a CASH DIVIDEND OF TWENTY-FIVE
PER CENT on the net earned partieipating
premiums of the year ending December ar
1877. said dividend payable on and after MaIr
day, the twenty-eighth days of Januar. 1878.
E. J. Bart. Jesse S. Flower.
J. L Harris. Henry Benshaw.
J. Wele, L. Aleos.
Hugh Wilson. B. W. Taylor.
Seott McGehee. B. Blicoe.
J. 0. Morris. D. Fatio,
A. Baldwin. James I. Day.
I T. L. Airey. Charles Macready
Lionel O. Levy. B. C Oraig.
W. E. Seymour. Emory ClaDp.
Sam'l L. Boyd. John G. Gaines.
D. A. 0haftralx John B. Groves.
IEW ORLEAIS IISUgIE CO IAilT,
Up to D eeema r 81, 18Tl.
ESTABLIBHED IN 1806.
Fire premiums .............e6,881e o
Marine premiums ........" 84,682n A
River premiums ........... 29.6 o0
Total premiums ....... 680. 709 45
Premiums on unexpired
Risks ...................... g wJev es
Return premiums.......... 19,190 18
Beinsurances ............... 0.742 89- 118,0O 18
Net earned premiums ........ $a61,78. 7
Add interest and salvagee.-....".. 41.87e 4
350.8 91 29
Fire losses...... 966,41A
Marinelosses ... 17,722 0o
River losses..... 182.980 a- 806.460 10
Rebate so.. 15 perloent...... 46.499 04
Genera expenses .......... 24,14 46
State and city taxes and
license ... ............. 10.242 75
Board of Underwriters.... ,7679 i.- 19.176 45
Profit for the year 1877 .............10o,4t 84
Profit and loss............... ro%! 28
comber 81,1877. 25,000 oo- 50,000 00
Balance ...... ............. 809 5-- 160.41 84 '
ASBBETS O THE OOMPANY AT TUIRS
Oash in bank................ $s6,oe7 75
Real estate........--......... 11s8,27 1
United States Gold Bonds.
New Orleans City Rail
road Company. Jaokson
and GreatNorthean Rall
road Company (istmort
I age bonds). Bank and
Insurance stooks and
Louisiana State Consols. 196,890 u
Bills receivable (for pre
mlums).. ................ 11.429 88
First mortgage notes and
pledge notes .............. 166.28 84
Premiums in course of ool
lection..................... 70,210 -9819.8 40
The above statement is a true and correct
transcript from the books of the company.
d J. TUYES. President
d J. W. NllNOG S, Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this six
teenth January. A. D. 1878.
Third Justice of the Peace.
n At a meeting of the Board of Directors held
on the tenth Instant, it was resolved to pay the
semi-annual interest DIVIDEND OF FIVE PUR
lENT on the capital s7ock to the stockholds.
or their legal representatives, on and arter me
J. W. HINGES. HSeretar.
New Orleans, January o, 1878.
h-rless Schmidt. JuteAidie.
harlesJ. Leeds. W. A. Bell
D. Fatio. pleoeoutz.
y A. Sohrelber. Jul
Nzw OanRws. May 72, Its.
The Trustees. in conformity with amended
charter, submit the following statement of af
fairs of the company on the thirtieth of April.
Fire premiums ...... ......18o0.781 16
Marine premiums...... 88. 18,729 15
Biver premiums........... 82:.11 so
Earned premiums, less relasurpnce
and return premiums......... .ose, sea
Losseepaid and' estimated.- v:
Fire losses.. ......4,424 27
Marine losses..... 12,199 00
River losses....... 4o.636 96
discount in lieu
etc...... .... 56.... 89.291 28
Less rents, salvage
savinas. etc ..... 21,6290 0
3- .661 48- 1864,92 7
Gross profitse........................ s· ,olo as
The company have the following asseter
Bills receivable ............e9, 8988 67
Loans on bond' and mort
gage......... .......... 44,707 80
- -- 94,6954o
Loans on call........... ... s4o,8.1 ·
Cash......................... 63,126 68 ,
Oity bonds ........................... 88.117 2
Bank and other stocks............ 59s186s n
Real estate ............................ 12.17691
Premiums in course of col.ection and'
suspenseaccount ................. 88.992 19
The above statement is a true and oorree
transcript from the books of the Company.
THOS. A. ADAMS. President.
Han.n V. OoGDK. Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
I twenty-second day of Ma.. 1878.
a Notear Public.
The Board of Trustees this day resolved tha.
after paying the annual dividend of TEN PEI
CENT on Capital Stock of Comaany, that a
dividend of TWENTY PER CENT in cash be
paid on Monday, June to. to those parties ea-
titledto receive the same.
Thos. A. Adams. Jno, E. King,
Bam' B. Newman. Fred'k Camerden.
Bam'l H. Kennedy. Joseph W. Stone.
John Phelps, George Martin.
Adam Thomson, Alfred Moulton.
Henry Abraham, L.C. Jura .
Victor Meyer, Edward Nalls,
Joseph Bowling. Geo. W. Sentell.
REdwdJ. Gay Paul E Mortimer.
d Simon Hernshelm, John V. Moore.
Simon Forheimer. W. B. Conger.
Jos. B. Wolfe, Henry M. Preston
B B. B. Post. J.J. Irby
Edw'd Pllsbury, Reuben d. Bush.
my2s Jno. M. Parker.
TO THE LADIES.
DB. BILLE has returned from Pa an
opened an office at 196 Canal street,
Dryades and Rampart. Dr. Bille has the se
cret of Ninon de i'Enolos, who, up to her death
in her seventy-second year of age retained the
beauty, vivacity and spirit as when she was
twenty years of age. By Dr. Bille's treatment.
which is pleasant, even enjoyable, ladies can do
away with all cosmetics and paints, as the skin
becomes soft and white. the eyes regain their
wonted lustre ands strength, and vivacity r e
turns. The old become young, and the young.
who have ruined themselves with late hours
and excesses, become beautiful and fall of the
vigor and fire of youth All diseases and
troubles peculiar to ladies treated by a harple..
and painless method. Consultations annd eor
deg n DDB. BILLE. 196 Canal street8