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S a tow rep or the t
a ptd eer to-morroowa The
un 4 hours minutes, and
Sl eti ise. The Bile of Hbreveport is
Sai n. e ails this evIingl
t e. 16i-The river is t ilý sing
6 saýt 8 t ot water In the amel to
It will come to a stand bsfore morn
;I lE, about a feet of the August rise I
Oio and all side streams are falline
Ther There is no great damage
i Uh most of the cellar of the busine rs
S0itIM h Te lowert part of townb're cflOded,
0,000ua bushels rtf o ,al leave Plttsbtlrg on
t waler. 4.00 n0o of which is for the
sale of the Ehiorado was confirmed
tll she pases e toe the hands of the
of the steamer Pittsburg, and will be
Ithe Ohio river v' ineloply.
-. Ark.. Fi b o6.-No arrivals or d-.
I ts. The Corona is exoected to-niubt.
a.r. 2 W feet on the b ard, and the river is
h-owly. Weather elear and cooL
(By Telearaph.l
Amt'rt. Frh. In.-Ilver I lfeet 9 Inches
a ationary, Weather oihar and ml'd.
nuao. Feb. 1 -The river Is 13 feet 7
I and fatl i«. Weather olear and mild.
S LLM. 1F,+b 18,6 River at teet 2 iuch.
S splt. Wether clear ntod lesant. Ar
Toes. Shetloek and U. P. Bechenck. frum
ttaso eb. 1.--The river s t2 10 feet
S . Weathter partly oloudy. Arrived:
M g reao. from Oineitontl.
Eb. l.-Weather -lear River 84 feet
S nR. r ilved: Dick Fulton from Ohli,
Ta. ower. Grand Lake and Belle of
iF r pGld Dust from Vicksburg. De
btm e Bfn ilton for New reasne Imperial
rg GUldina iet efor foor l
Uis F , b. 1t.--liver a feet and riling
cear andt ploasant. Arrived: OCity of
i ·riosb, . ti. Noon.-The river is rising.
: JhIre A. hotidder fr St. Louis Jooh
l7rt, for Vickhu r. . We tnerriteets at.
FSIL . Fb. 16.-Weather cloudy and
eryr ron roe 14 Inches last niabt.
O balrkes r P.O ontenu at nn m. OCity of
1 rat at . Up. : Robert ltohell and
Nit s lest tfight.
Ftas . ,tv. it.-Weather clear and cold:
evass aseter an Ths river has fatten a Inches.
pi R#ary Frank at a laet nlght, E . Itlohard.
1am et a1i Iauwn: Golden Crown at 10 a. im.
IAoimas p b. 1a.-To J. B. Woods. No o10
; pe 4t:asVeent: Anohor Line steamer Centeun
sll bagrriye M ,nida night, and ieave for 8t.
LO M lttUsdnsy, nineteenth ltstnnt.
TiiOs. L. DAVIDtUN. Master.
uwi ott es, b. 16.-To G~o. . Jite. No.
't la wler astreet: tSteomer Laura L. Davie
i ere atea. m. Will arrive ar 5p. m.
li'X eday at i o'clock or Opelousas.
Wi MoRw-u i Master.
M Fka ,eb ir -1 o - . , desau, No. 185
Ut t Idn irtty will leave here this
Wil, l be down ri er.
`. D. H aLER. Master.
ob to, V mtn.-Barometer so so.
So s l brisk. Woather partly loudry,
' _anfGday: G-rmau atntamuhlip Banno
. n raao master, t om Bremen via Ha
tto meyer & O).
ii lD b.t, MoKay master, from
S to K. betrts.
a~on t tupQ llntou Rtaoles master,
S en.to t. A Wbitney & Co.
to Gay: trlls sretesaublp Hallsm
S t aill panster. 8 days from Baltimore.
1 atebhn . B, Ward Jr. Pfiseat
t e. ondtr with fruit, to a.
st tBto Bateshre. Arbuolo master,
- rn. Palermo. with jorao of fruit to
S Q res; vessel to orstali, eons &
MARINE NEWS.
OF1C0 N1W ODBIAWs. DINOOBAT,
ebruar 17, 1,80. 1
c eas" Tratver y.
"inteamship Caprin Boyd, for Bones-
th Eveline, Hansen, t for u B Outer BAE
S. Oi aBer B,
. Anale & Millard, ngliesh, for Matanusa-
joseph Kelley
l*it bar love Mondo, Mareus, for Geans
AK Miller too
bash Omega, Piasonaro, for Barcelona-
Bassett & Xlques
.t bark Lady owemna, Johnson, for Livropol
Lokvelv e.dle
e , p Bute hira Arbuakle, from Leghorn
+ I ia and Palermo, to Coohran & Cas
4S f b B Ward, Jr Pia.ti. from pells,
S OterW AB o-Ploint
s p Ballamhilre. Mortell, from Baltimore,
V augnan -Point
llhe Knigbht McKay. from Havana via
Ports, to I K R,.bertr--st die to
bMhr- a B Gregg. Hiavner, from Matanms, to
Jettull y-Point
I.hs. pi hew camelia, from Oevington-New
-. aela ns Willams. 441 days from Blo de Ja.
SI ballast, to A K Miller boo--d dig
a.r tk Allen, Small, u7 days from New York,
s E .Le & Bell- -owder-house
5YUAM]O&!5.
Itt hWraI B.el, IDean, from Upper Coast
Matthews, from Bayou Vermillion
Tom s Walters from Tin, as Rtiver
blsh a, from Washlston
. ] J 1, Brown, from Bayou tara
P Silver Silver. from iSt Louls
Itleis hui, from Lower Uoast
7 vi Ise . frl om Lower Coasto
lust Ottendorrer, f, om Bayou Oula
L Davl, Crswird, from WasMhlgton
b0 rown, Halllday, fiom Cinoinnati
KSmr. Dodd, from Sbreveport
_ laiL , aird, from Bayou Barataril
SOUOt -P.Ptr 'steamship Capri-1349 bales cotton
tett I bJS&Selon is bulk
IUTý -Per sche May Evehne-1S hi bble Sour
bis hees a bbls pork I oask baoon 4 bble bread
00 shinle 000 feet lumber
SMTANZ&S li0O bble dour 1000 esoks corn 763
m.I.oela bogsheads 89 empty molasses tieroes
eOA-rer bark .uovo Mondo--.7,4198bushel
NA-Per bark Omens-57,4'6 poe staves
LIV. MP.'U L-Per bark Lady Row.as - 30aM
waies 1800 saoke oiloake 4044 poe staves
SAVAI d-Per steamship Morgan-9 oase oi.ure
Borgldlt A Brr--t to to E J Hart &oo--1 case
J B Solar. & Son--undnes to order
- 0 DI JANEIRO--Per barkentine Al y-4006
I AT-Per eohr Lisale B Gregg-367 bhde
blesess0 tlerce do Agar A Lelong
- HAVAA-Per steamship Ellis Knight-10S
leaf tbasoeo 10,o00 oigars s Hernaheim a Bro
bble pleaSpple A Caron &co-6 seroons garto 1
3aW TO fK-Per bark Minnie Allen-0OO bbls
SM1 squares of slate . oars do 161 bars railroad
16 palte lht plates and aseorted mdse
loosel" ao Prraula
ICKBUBRG.-Per ateamer Bobt N Lee-SOS bale
Richardson A May--ý : J L HBrrite oo--94
Was 0zv- 6 AlUen, Nugent too-l53 8 B
Aoe-147 J B Wolfe Aoo-18 John I Noble
CUias. H Amflt.n A Powell-104 Jno T Hardie t
8 L O Newman-9S Graham, Black c-SO
$ l rgesse £oo-79 Jno Chkal A &Sns-74 K Ali-.
ee-ioa P mse. Kennedy h- Berittont M.y
loamibhip Warrior- 47 Hyman ! Lioken
Ma.ch, Schlenker91l W C Blank hoe-O
S Me.oe--7 Craig & Hogan-al Gleason.
A [email protected] to Lehman. Abraham Leo 24 to
lt boo-s9 P J Cookburn-t OClapp Bros
iS Kt Gardtner- 3 T L Airev aoo-l1 to
A& gL J-4 ao Phelps kno-9 G W Senteti &
I K Welmeley rto-- R T Bnckner-. soW A
7 $t B 3lb eer-- to Moses C.arke-5 W B
oase-4 Gardner & opp-4 W A Bell-4
l We6 Dsh-4 TB Star pes-S A G Ober-3
SWa V~ - Yaldea. Hawkins &Roberta-9 to
aer0- to T J Oarver-- J M Latimer-- to
& Lsemsa-l Frankenbnsh A Borland-t DC
aSr- bbts oil T+o sacks oileake T L Airey A
bals adse M N Wisdoa-613 smacks cotton
1 0 ('oterSemBesd Aesociatifn-lOS staves and
eslsr-d Total 9937 bales cotton 613 sacks
1see s acks ,,tlcake 611 bbls til
OWPP CBAST-Per steamer St Frenole Blls
bs eMsesMU B LaplaoosundPri'r to rdera
TOUTV sM: k L Lu-Per steamer Exchange
lmes scmsa J W Burbridge &oo-i Lehman Ab
M o.-4 C A Phtllppi Loo-4 A A Mdouton-4
S-D ati- hides Nelson-1 do
.taer-Team 5 bselms .on
.w_1 bbnSar a bbasse s satms reegh
=a ss - are us P .wotn*m
weens r enu.s a
+'5 +* +. .':Ei d.,+ ' .. +.,
rI.8 -i i-0t WIk MI C"-to
soee a4tle ad to 9 0 CottesO ,M Ae e aenese-0
bale mose Jtre & Gi-ll-e.smdwa to eluie--sTeIt
104 bales oettoa le i seeks ottom seed
WAH8IItITON-PMr steamer Feaolto--1M baes
cton Meyer, Wets *noo-It J W Burbndge &oo-S
H& t0 NowmDa-57 Lehmar, Abraham co--0 to
Norwood & Ushtardse-7 Nailse & Osamsmk-s- to
KeRler & Gartner-'ll Hyman & Liahtenenla-1tl A
A Mouton-B to J M Latlimer bon-7 I' Oases- to
March & bohleaker--i t .0 W Hentell &eo-- 'ayne,
Kennedy &eo- A Tertron-3 By Plaucbe boo-I to
Renshaw, Cammack &oo-98 pe s s seon cotton A A
Mouton-7ll8 anks cotton seed NO Cotton Need As.
saoiaton--t10 bble imolmnse Payne, Kennedy boo
54 hhd sugar Jr W Brbridge &on-14 no A A Mon
ton-- do 90 bbie molassee anebhaw, Commaok &oo
il do G W Peatell bco-3 do to Hemlnstw - do l
Block- bale bhides P CUsese-17 hides i Doherty-
bbls hides L upuole. Jr-9 do J H Latimer-l heed
cattle and sundries to mrder-Total 411 blesa cotton
7051 anks eotton seed S8 sMaks seed cotton 43 hhds
uagar 1t1 bbls molaame
iAYOU HA 4a-Per steamer Ji Gay-94 bales
cotton Meyer, Wets boo-v. March & Sohlenker-IPt
. L Harris oCo-10 Gardner & Copp-7 t Onumbel-6
Payne, Kennedy &oo-4 Norwood & Rlohards-I to
HI U Newman-I geifler & Gardner- 5 aMcke cot
to seed N O Cotton Seed Aaeoltation-40 hhds soler
L U Keever- t do 9 bbl molasies 4 hi do E J Gay
&oo-- bbl molasses I hhd ungar Bumb & Levert-1
bbl molassese hf do Hv Goebel Auo-lo bales moss
S Odeli-14 do J A I urI - t0 o.soks peas Lehman,
Abraham &oo-- si empty bbls Kuutiman oo-ann.
drtes ti order-Total i aeles otwu 51 s eAls cotton
seed 69 bhds sugar 4 bhIs monsse 5 hf to
SI' L IRM-Per steamerAnnie P N1L ver-57ltl hdi
cotton ties Am (Cotton Tie U,,-gSOn bbll oil J Aldlge
500 eaoke oalcake to Anderson & 80rpsonu- 5'4 blot
floor t14 Packs bran C T ilun deokie & n--tU sacks
oats E 8 Hisassar--:3, p.es brooms- iersean Uro-
O1 phkgs mdse N T Illensig--i 0O empty bihl HItlelile
011 Co--90 tieroes home 4lt1 pails lard E K Converne
*e hbie flour I hido H T Cottam oo--e ptkge muie
Clark & Maeader--lu bbls krout K F 3),I Hon. to - 47
Pkgs mdee A t e'pit--, pVkgs hottled be.r J Dr y
ues-70 hbil Hour to FiroweuhllI & Pleifer-I ealsoe
meal H H Fltahpoller-I.I Fla'b, Preston uno--,
moles T Ferguoeen-01 Ibls flour 7 toes eggs tl
tierees hamr as t rates halos to bblde oeal 4on bales
hay 1495 packs corn luover & Olewthal -t. burs
bher I box mdee Gordon & G(omila-let mdee Mrs
John Geuobe-- eaeske b'tied beer HK GO,ateve
8400 bble floor HBrrpiol & Ii -39e balea iay Gen Hleck
15 pkg. tobaco 8 Herushelm & Bro- lot nosde Hot
loway & Edwards-do II Haller-do H II Henel -1
*ak mdoe to M Ileymun -I It awok corn Howard &
Flowers--8.0 bble flour 1H T Lawler-io blils whisky
14 phgs drugs 1 L Lyons-3 do E DeLaneso-4tV
sacks corn W H Mathews & Brn-7:, bbls aot k 15o0
bbls meal Miller, Grigsby &to-lot mdee M Moolraw
9S pays a dse D) MoIlarty-.i do JO Morris-l Uke
seed A Martin-lot nidee Morron's L & T t K-do
NO & R T Co-do Blanks Lise-d. N k M t RR
191 pktg mdee N Mcatea-+i50 bble meal Peidrean.
ville eo-9d bble flour T Prudhomme-7 bble beans
Ohas Plessants-lot mdsa KRlo, Born &on--u0 bble
krout F Rickert &o,--tt bales hay J Regan- Oh0
seeks braniob bble flour 50 boxes bacon NSonwbaober
& HIroch-o00 kegs laid 9a hf bble do 5t tlercee do
Schmidt & Zelsgies- 0 dos brooms Thos ltamme
Levy-lot mice 8tauffer, Macreadl &co-- to hoes
eggs HW i trk-fl pkgs ncdle ) F Tbeleemsnu-- do
F M Volokman-- boxes egg, Vatrin & M ,rtimer--5
hf care bacon len' tacks corn Wallace. Fairchild &
0o--1 Jes West too - 1o.0 IC H Wilson-lot mdee to
O A Whitney &o-Il5 pkgs mdse Zuberbier & He
han-4 baler cotton 8 Gn bel-3 bales moos G A
Vinoent-eundrles to order-Total 4 bales cotton
LOWIER OOAST-Pe steamenr mnma Irvine
31 packs rough lee Joe Vigune--sndriee to order
WABIING )ON-Per tceamer Laura L Davis
47 bales cotton A A Mouton-s- Lebman, Abraham
&oo--o J W Brbrldge &oo- 5 Nalle & Cmmasock
I4 P 0 Gibers-13 4otwood & Richards--lt H & C
Newman-- G W Sentetl &oo-9 Meyer, Weis &co
e U A Phillppt &co-S Renmhaw, Cammaek &oo-
Payne. Kennedy &co- I Mush & Levert-I- L Lacas
sgnse-S March & Schlenker-4 1O Thomas &co-4
8 W Rawlins-- Rammonds Gaddis Ace-v Foretall
& Jumonville-l Keiffer & dardner-1 I Bloom &oo
to atcks outton seed N U Cotton deed Assoolation
43 do Nallse & tammadk-- 61 bble mtlaseeu e b hd
sugar J W Barbrldge boo-- do Renshaw, Cammack
&co-4 head beeves J A Bandier-I 0o Ayoook,. ht.
obell bAo--90 .aoos rough r.e J Etoola-10 do I.
Rooe-43 do Rykoskl & Manarde -IS bides 59 and 34
t oxe eges I bbl not 9 ocopos poultry P Case. -1
hide J M Latimer &co-3 do IE Gross-I bore J Be.
gatn-sundries to order-Total t1 bales cots eo 1u
sacks cotton seed 161 sacks rough rieo Let hhde sugar
961 bhls mola ses
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Alvin--3 hbde of
sugar 7 bbtl molasses Richard Milliken- sundries
to order
BAYOU GOULA-Per steamer De 8met--30 bbis
molasses A LDente--sadtle to order
CINCINiNA 1l-I0S bble oil Union Oil Co-100
empty bbl, Planters Oil Co--:b bhole oil H & B Beer
lot stook Aycock, Mitchell &co--lot mdse iollowsy
& Edwards-do Rice. Born &oo--lot sock and poul.
try 3 bbls vinegar 3 do apples J F Barnett-50 Kegs
oa meal 100 boxes bitters Burke & Thompson-uit
bags malt H Baeseman-ll pkgs mtee Bailey &.
Rhodes-7 do Bienville Oil Co--1 do Berkeon Broe
lot mdee A Baldwin boo-3-, hf casks bacon to E K
Converse-lo pkge mdse E De Lsnsa--.o bbl flour
DelBondio & Sou-u' tier-t hanus It DolBondlo-8
do I pkgs oatmeal B It Flaehpoller-19 tierces hams
a hbhds bacon 0j bble meat Frowenfeld & Pfeifer--16
pkge mide Mrs John Gauche--ly bble dour I.v sacks
oats Glover & Odondahl-e buggies E H yden-t-rb
aacks oats casks homs Howert a. Floe or-- . cops
poultry B T Havoen--fo boxes bottles Miller & Diel
man-e4 do J C Morris-t0 bbls whisky J B Junqua
474 eacks corn T King &co-4l hbl. hominy v57 ou;s
grits t10 tubs butter U H Lawrence boo-57 pkgs
odee I L Lyons-t04 empty bbls La Oil Co--0 bbls
whisky Locate & Cordee-d. boxms egs 4 psge but
tar 15 kegs lard f5 bookete do Miller & Moyer-lot
mdee 750 boxes soap Morgan Llee-O00 bbis floor 3
coops poultry W B Mathews A Br--36 do F D Mo
Gary-to0 bhl meal to Miller, Grigsby &oo-v- bble
whlsky John T Moore, Jr--l8 boxes weare M Mo.
Grew-lot mdie N O & Ii R T Co-do Blanks Line
86 boxes meat Fowler Bro--3 pkga muse E Off'er
116 bble meal Perdreauville &co-- 404 sacks corn 945
sacks oats 50 bales hay Chas Pleesant-s--0 bblsflour
141 sacks oats T Pruddomme--0 boxes biters A
Hanlet-I88 boxes glass Robertas &o-S stoves J H
Reynols--1 cask wive Puig, Coral oco--1 bl mo.
leases Rodd Bros &co-lot mdee btafatlr, Macready
&oo-0- pkgs mdee W C Shepard &co--351 po lrm
ter J Sebwarts &0o-9 bble whisky Goeo chan fe
50 tieroes hams a. bbls pork ohwanboher & iroach
10 tierees hams Vose Broe--T pkgs mdse Jno Voel
kel-BO do E Vines-95 bble whisky Jas Vi oes-lot
mdse B J West-961 sacks oats Joe West aco-t.e
do t10 bbls meal ocasks bacon 145 sacks ship stua
Ill bble four Wallace, Fairchild &oo-50 kegs beer
Geo Yalet--largse lot turuiture and saudv*Ie to order
IfKRtVBPOitT-Per steamer Bate Kinney--67
bales oena KIlrkpatrick &oo-147 MeY)r. Wela boo
133 RIt M Wa·lmley boo-lit Jno Cha·d A 80one--90
to order-71 Gardner & Copp-tO Blake Broa &o--13
Chatf. Hamnillton & Powel--s 8 W Haw.llns--O to
J W Brbhrldg &eo--39 Jno Phelps boo--3L Payns,
Kennedy &oo-93 Benshaw, Cammack bco--I93 HA
B Beer-IS6 81f , Billope &oo--3 JP Harr.lson Jr &
oo--18 T L Airey too-it Ga dner A Copp-l- Ar
Mlltenberger & Pollook-10l H Allison co--8 EA
Doorce- Hy Plnoehe eco--7 Nalle A Cmmack--7
80 Gmbel-6 OObogin--t- Graham. Black boo-4 A
A Mouton--4 HI A C Iewman-- Hyman A Llohten
stein--3 A Phllippi boo-- Ritchard Flower boo-3
PG GOibert- March & Sohlenker-3 G W e8Utelh A
o-B Allea, West b Bosh-I John 1 Adams boo-
D It Carroll-- 80O Thomas too-- J J Gragart-l
8tewart Bree &eo-- L Lacaesage--l Forstaoh & Ju
monville-1l hbde ruar 87 bbia molasses to sacks
oileake Jno Chaffe & Sone--5d3 saoks cotton seed to
N 0 Cotton Need Association-3 beeves J A Bandier
sundries to order-Total) 1194 bales otton 483 sacks
cotton seed 500 sacke olleake II hdaI sugar 67 bbla
molasese
BAYOU BARATARIA-Per steamer Jno 8 Baird
4 hhde sugar 1 i bbls molses N O Thomes •oo-40
hhd sngar Richtard Mitllk -enndrlea to order
Ueespsu bL Ealareas.
INW ORBLANB AND MOBILI BAILROAD.
Febroary If-39J sacks seed cotton to N 0 Cotton
Seed Association-i car cattle O Moble aco-1 do J
D Hodges-- ear stock C C Ciayton-200 sogrs peas
J H Parker--t4 Wm A Matthews-1 car pig iron C
1G Johnsen-940 bbls lime K Snodgrass-18 pkgs beer
Geo Yaleta-910 do C h Kromer-440 scsos oilcake
A Hunt -5 pkgs tobsooo M L Hudgins &oo--i7 do
C A Whitney &co-40 do Flash. Preston &oo-50 do
W Van Bentnyson--0 M Mayer-o0 do E J Hart &
co-5 hbds tobacco Thos Wiitz--6 oaes H Booth-lo
sets wheels J Schwartz kco-- can lases J A Lurn &
co-'I pags mdse Am S M Co-- bbls brandy W H
Braun-I t kgs mdoe S L Boyd-95 do J P Richard.
son-- do Wilson & Child--t Dales cotton T L Airey
too-9 do Valden. Hawkins & Roberts 16 Gardner
& Copp-5 Jno T Hardie &o-93 to Allen, West &
Bush-45 do sod snadries to order- otal 93 bales
cotton 390 sacks cotton seed 440 sacks oilcake 620
sacks oowpeas 5 hhde tobacco
OBOGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS BAIL.
BOAD AND STEAMSHIP 00.
February 16-9 bbls molasses L Lacassagne-1- hf
bale. mess B.sh & Levert-1 bdl as ins John Calder
1 hf bbl sugar Mrs * Pricoe-sndries to order-Total
9 bbls molasses
From Clinton - Per steamship Whitney - 13
bales hiles 16 bales skins $ 0.100 in silver -33 bales
cotton C A Whitney o1--l5 do G W Sentell &co -0o
bbls cotton seed oil Jules Aldl¢e--4 beeves to B M
Flantt--. do 0 Mehle coo-sundries to order-Total
148 Dales cotton
otICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
RAILBOAD.
Trips February 16 - 141 car loads, as fellows -
3.91 balee cotton to order-238 J T FarguCon &Oo
5t4 Bickham A Moore--t0 W F Halsey &1o--IJ to
thate, Hamillt n & Powell-9 , S Gamble-7.+ Meyer,
Weos &oo-68 Stewart Bros &co-o. Gardner A Copp
67 Vaiden. Hawkine & Roberts-5I Lehman. Abra
ham 5so-I-) S 0 Thomas &o-48 Alln.. Nugeatkt
es--T BR.lhardson & Mav-34 Hyman & Iebta$stain
SH A B Beer-38 W Burbridge oo-37 Payne,
Kemmasdy o--30 to Warren & AEtnaar-30 to Jao
Phelps .o--9S to TL Arey ce-w6 Alen. Wees A
Be.h- 3t J Saba 9i & Son -ss H A C Newman- S
W Tn.B As-IS GCes Day -- PredB Wa. -
17 IS? I s *5-l JBWelh &,w- 1 raiE
Rk; W*A--* cmmm t
J L *W -
taleu otto.-9l ears fa beat, -Mat- bdt
egg. I boxs buter 1 e=2p obloekea 8 T OSttm 1ee
.c bils meee J" . Adame roo--4 brezee obes. 8
tubh butter MoUleakev & Hendereon---14 peksru ol.
aaks Anderson & tlmpaon-L bale hides M W Smith
! epodol wa kegse staples I box stretchbers to dle
plow rntff I WWet-l- aor lumber J Bohwarts A.O
t0 bble oil W P Convere ir t&oo--9 ors oetto seed
S0o Oottn Seed Aesuotation-MO bbls oil Inosarane
siljTank Co-'- ear poultry Miller & Meyer-t bbl
pasllne W O While-I carriage I boak poleJ Onn.
singham-- box seales Falrbanks &on-4 bare br lake
J Muir-a3 boaeo p tobacco W arbty--ed do M L
-udgins ce-O0 bdi obestr Mloeaaiken a Brewster
d pkg. tobacoo o B Block oo--9 do J P Saraita-19
8iHernsheim & Bro--i cars wagons B dley Broe-.
o*te ulbs .I Levy--3 bble scrap Iron M Schwarts &
Bro-- car lumber T Markey -4 do Otto Knoop-3aO
pkLa bee Fl Hollander-tO pkga meoat 3a phge lard
it t ihe butter st bexes cheese Vose Bros-- car cat
tie R M FlantSt--i d Aycook, Mitchell boo-S do
C Mehle Aco-and sundries to order
leeoetu at. th New Iammln.
Covington-Per steamship New Camella-18 bales
cotton ast d undries to order
Aitoe River-Per pohr Reporter-7 bales cottoo
Richardson & May-1000 staves 100,010 sblogles 1l
oords wood to order
Pearl RiKver- Per sloop Ripole-enndries to order
Pearl River-Perselop Marlline-6 cords wood and
Breddws ,f order
Wolf River-Per sobr aleae-0O,0,0 feet lumber
T L Never.
TohetunotaRiver-Per schr V M Faurta-46,000
feet lumber to order
Hilol--Per .ohr Gannet-in ballset to order
Pasnsgoula-Pereobr Elviha-1600 bblscharcoal
to order
Wolf River-Per sohr Joe Dameri0o--45,00 feet
lumbier II Blddig
Pearl Rkver-Per sloop Pluck and Luck-s1unOries
to order
Paseagonla-Per eohr Gee Washington-3000 bble
char, on to order
lf- Rlier-Per sobr Jalouse--5 000 feet lumber
J N Never.
Amite Hiver-Per steamer Jennie-30,000 feet lum.
her t,,o 0 hingles II Ur eling--t cords wood 1 lot
I idea spd sunndrie to order
B Izl-- er senar J J tOowat-e-I,000 feet lumber 35
saoke rough rice 9 bblu ti e I lot iides to order
Pascagoula-Per sour Walter Denny-40,0t0 feet
lumber li Buddle
Pearl Rrver--er sohr Wade Hampton-9-,000 feet
lumber J W Adams
PasoaIonlsa-Per schr 8 8 Webb--35000 feet :nm
her A O Danner bco
Hiandbore '-, sobr F T Nicholls-35,000 feet
lumber it , Elliott
Pearl River-Per schr Leander Jane--. cords
wooid to ot'er
Jordan River-Per sohr La Bretorlne--U,000 feet
lumber B HBuldig
Bllnxi-Per sohr A J lamsay--35,00 feet lumber
urnadleld-Per sohr Lllhe Simm--10 cords wood
to order
Te'beftlnta River-Per sohr Zelphy Arrenry--60
bbls charctal to order
lBtozi-Per sohr Maggie Nevers-9000 bbls char.
coal to order
oeoeIpte at te Old 1 asla.
Pascagoula-Per sohr Albert M-1408 bble char.
coal to or ter
Amite River-Per gohr Moret-36,000 feet lumber
to order
Wolf River-Per sohr Ceollia-iS.000 feet lumber
to order
Bayou Lacombe-Per sobr Fredonia - 90 cords
wood to order
Bfaou iacombe-Persohr Mary Ann-- 8 cords
wood to order
Pasoagoula-Per sohr Eclpse--1600 bbls charcoal
to order
Blind River-Pea ohr Sldolis-1t,000 poe staves
Geo Brke
mereo ads.
(at Oable W the N. Y. Herald]
Bordeaux, Feb 11-Arrived from New Orleans, Str
Bethereage, Clee ham
Liverpool, Feb It-Arrived from New Orleans,
ship I lamat. Leaskemen
ANNUAL STATEMENT
- OF THE -
NEW ORLEANS
Insurance Company,
For the Tear EndlnF on the Thirty-rst
of December, 18.9.
Fire premiums ........... .1278.842 81
, arlnne .. 89.046 61
n l a n d . . . . . . . . . 5"."", 0 0 - 18 8 83 , 4 4 6
Lessee
Premiums on rlesks not ter
mlnated ........... .... 95.248 44
Return premiums.......... 13.620 6s
Reinsurance ................ 11.789 24- 120,563 84
N~t earned premiums ................$262.89 12
Received for Interests., sal
vages and rents ..................... 81.64 .
Income ................................ ,29 1 00
Deduct
Fire losses ...... $7298 84
Marine .......... 80 896 ts
Inland........... 15 316 18--116.810 2s
Rebate and commission.. *41420 t4
Charitable donations....... 1o0s 46
State and city taxes and li
censee..... .......... 8.228 01
Board of Underwriters,
Babcock and Salvage
corps ......... ...... 6.978 00
Gross expenses, house.
office and agencies .... 3r.9os 78- 208.s88 94
Gross profit........................... Se6a.77 o 6
Deduct
Profit and loss-Loses on
sale of Louisiana State
Consols. other assets
and July dividend.. · 3 .. s.9o 41
Reserved for unadjusted
losses........... ..... 10.000 00
Dividend Dec. s1.1879...... 0.oo0 oo
Surplus..................... 15.71 66-- 85.677 05
The company has the following assets:
Cosh in bank ..............1to06.06 42
U. S. bonds............. 108.000 00
Real estate, lowest valua
tion...................... 182.168 26
Notes secured by first
mortgage on city prop
ertles .................... 97,344 58
Notes secured by pledges
of available securities. 55.1(0 00
Notes for premiums....... 17.470 69
N. O.. J.andG N. R. Ikfirst
mortgage bonds........ 23.600 00
500 shares Waterworks Co.,
at 387 76 .............. 18.888 00
New Orleans Waterworks
first mortgage bonds... 10.000 00
Banks, insurance, Louisi.
ana Ice Co., and other
stocks, lowest market
value................... 21.224 28
Premiums in course of col
lection................... 66.801 56
Due by agents .............. 1.675 97-6658.898 6
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...........00......000ooo 00
Reinsurance reserve....... 95.243 44
Unclaimed dividends...... 6,878 49
Reserved for unadjusted
loses .................... 10,000 00
Dividends of December.
1879 ...................... 25.000 00
Surplus ..................... 16.716 65-4538.838 68
The above statement is a true and correct
transcript from the books of the company.
J. TUYE8, President.
J. W. HINCxs, Secretary.
lworn to and subscribed before me this tenth
day of January. 188o. THEO. BUISSON.
Third Justice of the Peace.
We, the undersigned special committee ap
pointed by the Board of Directors of the New
Orleans Insurance Company to value the assets
of said company at their present market value,
do hereby certify that after a careful examina
tion, the valuation of said assets as above spec
ified, is true and correct. W. . BELL
A. ClOERB~BER,
H. GALLY.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
on the tenth day of January. 1880, it was re
solved to pay on demand the smi-annual inter
est dvildend of FIVE PER CENT on the capital
stock to the stockholders or their legal repre
sentatives.
New O ..Jan Juary lO 0.
J. W. iN.KS. Secretary.
DIRECTORR:
W. A. BElL. A SCEREIBEB
PIEREII POUTZ. ANT. UARIIERE
CHAS. J. LEEDS. CHAB. . SOHRMIIT.
(. T. DUGAZON JULES ALDIGE.
CHA8S LAFITTE. D FATJO
l. GALLY. JULES TUYEB.
jals 6m
THE LOAN OFFICE,
OTTO SCHWAMER,
I'...........uares sutres........... Il
Between OsuMk ~d Common.
4 A1
SWWAM3OATU.
Er. aLeae.
IT, LUIsM AND NSW OBLaRAa
ANCHOB LINE.
L Lns and all way landings.
ANNI rP. S .... . Silver master
hje vEaTUs DAY. Feb. 17. at D. m.
CENT NI A ...... .... aviden master
Leaves THURqDAY. February 19. at 6 p.m.
JAMES HOWARD............... O'Neal master
1* aves on SATURDAY. Feb 21. at 6 . m
THE 1TuAT I F THitl M l'A)
arrticular attention to all way ant'
So neral Agent,
104 Common street.
M II NI841 PPI VALLEY
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Leaves TOI~SDAY. February 17, at 19 m.
IL . FOR BT LOUIS, C.IRO (CON
neting with Illinois Central Bail.
rodt) and M mphls-Thbe .eamer
JOHN PIePOLeI A-s BAme Es,
S. A. Tome master.
will leave as above. For frelbht apply on
board, or to J. A. BTEVEN'ON, Agent,
46 Camp street.
Will take frellgt for the Illinois Central ailH
road and ItI connetlons, fIe1
KOUNTZ LINE.
ST. LOUITS AND NI tW ORLEANS PACKET.
Leaves 'TUIBDAY. F ,h. 17, nt i "i.m.
FOR n '. LUUIH. CAIRO MEM
phis and the Bends- The fine
steamer
J N. n. M. HELOGE
J. 8. Patterson, master. W, O. Klmber. clerk.
For further information prily to
0, L. BhIENNAN Agent,
fPld 110 Gravier atreet.
IIuHPnm.
NEW ORLEANB AND IEMPHIS PACKET
SFOB MEMPHIS. HOPEFIELD
HBelena. Arkapolls. Greenville and
all intermediate landinas
STEAMER CHAS. P. CHOUTEAU,
W. H. Thorwegan. Geo. Miltenberger,
master, clerk.
Leaves WEDNitSDAY. February 18. at 6 p.m.
STEAMER HENRY FRANK,
J. F. Hicks. paster. Alt. Grlssom. clerk,
Leaves WEDNESDAY. Feb. 2a. at 5 p. m.
Por freight or passage anDIy on Doard or to
J. F DOUGLAB, 62 Gravler street, )
N JANNEY. 10Common street, }Agents.
nlD & McPEAKE, 122 Gravler street.
no14 tf
Ol' CHITA.
THROUGH TO CAMDEN.
Leaves WEDNNjsDItY Feb. is, at 5 p m.
AFOR IAO.I(N. ELDORADO
Onaouta Clty, Monroe, Trenton and
all landings on Black and Onaohitd
rivers-The fine, new. light draft passenger
steamer
KATIE P. HOUNTE,
Jos. Leftrloh master, A B. Clark, Jr.. clerk.
will leave as above. Fvr freight or Dasasge ap
ply on board or to C. L. BRaINNAN,
fel7 It No. lo10 (ravler street.
LAPe llRESN
INDEPENDENT SEMI-WEEKLY NEW OR
LEANS. COAT AND LTAFOUROHB
Leaves every MONDAY at 12 m. and THUBRS
DAY atp inm.
. ._ FOB WAY LAINDINGS ON OOAST
and Bayou Lafourche-The A No. 1
passenger packet
May Blanchard. Master
John Webre and u. J. Blanchard, Clerks.
will leave as above, returni down the coast
every SUNDAY and WEDNEDAY. in dayllght.
For freight or DasVsae aply onboard or to
S. H. Br .NABD. g St. Louis st.
S. HENO. 2o Conti st.
P. S. - Goes through to Lockport on the
Thurs 'ay trip.
SEMI-WEEKLY % TREND BAYOU i.
Leaves every TUBESDAY at a p.m.. and SATUR
DAY at 1o a m.
a ' The Ai ae er iacket
P A. Charlet master,
Edw. Nioolle. and J. W. Lagrone. clerks.
will leave as above, reurndig do n thie coast
e ry MONDAY and THURSDAY in daylight.
rfrigt or passage apoly on board or to
B BIVET.
105 Decatur, near B Louls street.
P. S.-Has a clerk on the landing during the
day. at the head of Bienville street. to receive
freight. nol2 am
SEMI-WEEKLY COAST AND BAYOU LA
Leaves every MONDAY at s p. in. and FRIDAY
at to a. m.
SThe Al passenger packet
HENRY TIT.L
i. Auooin master. M. H. Indr clerk.
Sleave as above retrni down oas
every NDrA) and WEDNE]S AY in daylight.
e or7 frlht or paassage apply C d to
105 Decatur, near St Louis street
P. 5.-Has a clerk on the landing durinat h
day at the head of Blenville street, to receive
freht, seet!
BATOSI SAR&.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA
PACKEP
Leaves every WEDNa8DAY and SATURDAY
FOR BAYOU BARA WATERLOO.
Hermitage Port Hlckey. Baton
Bouge .and Plaquemine - The fast
and splendid passenger steamer
JOHN W. JCANNON,
John O. Llbano master. J. H. Mrssop alerk.
ClOtinton and Woodvflle freighte shinped Wed
needay reach their destination Friday even
lin&ton and Woodvllle frelhts shipped Batur
day reach their destination Monday evening.
For freiht or pEasae aptly on board or to
O(EO D. HITE, 12 Oravler street.
BRIT T6N & EPPLER, 182 Oravler street.
LORD & MoPEAKE. 122 Gravier street.
aue C. 0. WAYNE. 5s Graver street.
IBAYOU SARA BEMI-WEEKLY PACKET
,. .. FOR BAYOU SAKA, WATERL60O.
Hermitalge. Port Hudson LobdelPs
Store. Baton Bouge and Plauuemine
-Steamer
EDWARII J. AY,
J. J. Brown master B. S. Streak clerk.
leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 0. m..
returnlng everr WEDNEBDAY and SUNDAY.
For freight or passage aply on board or to
J. E. 0ABLIN. So azine street.
jy3l1 JOHN JANNEY. loa6 Comon street
BAYOU mACON AND TENSAM.
TENSAS AND BAYOU MACON BEGULAB
PACKET.
Leaves BATURDAY Feb. st, at 5 . m.
• . .._FOR FLOYD. DELi, WARSAW
Orockett's Point. Egypt, Out-off,
Westwood, Eureka. Mound Beyou.
Oouter Point and all way landings on Bayou
Maceon and Tenseas-Tbhe fine passenger steamer
TfNSAM,
L . Cooley master The. Knee clerk.
will leave as above.. for freight or passage ap.
ply on board, or to
BRITTON & EPPLER. 182 Gravier st.
deS LORD & MoPE vKE. 122 (ravler street
ARMIES OF NORTHERN V1
GINIA AND TENNESSEE.
The following members of the Assooiatlons oi
the Army of Northern Virginia and Army of
Tennessee are hereby appointed a committee
to receive funds. which may be contributedt~ by
comrades and admirers of the'late LIEUT.
G(EN. JOHN B. HcO)D, the fund so constituted
to be invested in United States bonds for the
benefit of his survivinB children.
JOHN B. BIOHARDBON,
President Louisiana Division. Army of North,
ern Virnia.AUGUST REICHAD.
President Louisiana Division. Army of Ten.
nessee.
W. B. Lyman. chairman Franocis T. Nicholls.
James Buckner Samuel iFlower D. B. Calder
J. H. Murray of the Arm of Northern Vir.
glnla: J. A ,nhalaron,. T. Beauregard. S.D.
Stocknman. Fred N. Ogden. Walter V. Orouch, of
the Army of Tennessee.
Address Box lIe. New Orleans, sesado t
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL
TITLL OPEN FOB THE BECEPTION OF
TV guests on MONDAY. sixth instant. Dur*
tn the summer the Hotel was put in thorough
oaer and many modern improvements intro.
duced to ensure the comfort of patrons. The
ho Is uns dlnallt that goes to make
d4 .
RU. asyes,
lieioi My N .r cOd mhastr
:nrooeuRh Is oI w th oux .
Letvkes T Dal . a bru a r 1.on e at n p.m
'aysbo s m esa. n h e e tR routeto
ot rleans, rigsotard
.! t .Sre com sor bian allo landings
is Teas, o on Sad river and bway stations
W FOLY SHREVEPORT. T.
silver City. M. N. Wood master.
Leaves TUESDAY. February 17. at .m.
o wharfboaý oharges, d ra mae od.rmb.tlon
elegantab d ned steame
r Bn chared at moter . O Hed iver, youl
arill lea or at abovrlean. sor n reowardht or regh
oO l'rped to the company by bill of ladlns
apl onrreig boor passage appl on board of the
bts or at the o thce of te d cormny , No, Ne
bort or aent. dent.
am a OTEXA A I.
* jRI.aO4 'P H BIS`
Pssengers take Ballroad & erryboat, aoot of
WEEKLY RED RIVER PACKET.
Let. aves etreet at a m., re na ora
elegaant and new hteamer
JO, INAL. lK RL.Ltl,
SSinnoit maser, 0t. Co Haiton clerk,
ill leave as above. For freight or Passage
apply on borat or with
I . ADAMS 11 Commercial Place.
P .-ill wllarfboat cn args or nommiss on,
Will be char ed at mouth of lied rateor ew
rleans for forwarding freight consigned to
Poadn Ra.ilroad
at 12etanh eretconnetingi tenh d steml a e. m
boat oreaent' o or at the aenert land , on
p HOUSTON.ure
Pasen ers take Railroaed Ferryboath ofooe
Louisiana and Texas Railroad,
LFOR INDIANOLA-S teamers leav
ling Morgan City on Wo~ NElDAYe
an UKDAYS connect at Galveston with
the Norfolk. ommei l Pla
FO OORPUs CHRISTI. VIA GAL.
I . C. ar B iE T e gent.
exoept grain, which is at special rate,
Through bills lading sgned to all oint
on the Houston and Texas Central an . H.
and A. B It, and eat Northern R l
road.f and New rleans and Texas Railroad.
San Antonio freights received and forwarded
via Clinton and a.. . and San Antonio Baive.
road.
tFreihts fr Gonzales, Haliettiaville. Rancho,
reagh for al the above points receied at
rhe.depot of Mora's Louisiana and Texas
ail road, toot of .aayette street, daily until
ikooets and staterooms secured until s p. m.
at agents' omnce, or at the ferry landing, on
morning of aeparture.
Through tickets will be Issued from this office
to the princ pal olnts on th Houston. Texas
Central Railroad on the Internationaj and
or t and aorthern alroad, exa and Paclo
. A. WHITNEY & O0. Managers
0al ti Corner Mazine an Natchez street
RE.TUDVILL, VI CBBUEB U AND BllTE1
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves iv ry TESDAY at m.
Davis'L Bend intermedte land.
Ins T-ne s aamer
William Campbell master., T.J. Howard lerk,
leave as bove, connectingl at Voesburg with
W o Willgve throuh bills of lading to Trenton
Monroe and all stations on the ksbur Shreve
hreveort and Pac afl R Ballroad h ie Delta.
Thle boat reserves the riKht to Coes all lande
For freiht or NeanE_ on board. or to
WO. BINN. OKOETT. Agent.
ault as Magazin, street.
U NITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
FBPO VICKD BURI AND GREENVILLE.
Leaves every THDURS DAY at nd .m T
FOR VICKS BURG GREENVILLE
dMand Bendsi-The new and magniredfi
pcent eassener steamer
STH.P . WHITE,
hasW.Dea Tobin master. Curt. Holmes clerk.
connecting at Vicksburg with Parisot's Line
foWi all leave points abov Yzoo and Tallahan down thie rivers.
Boat reserves thre right to ass all landings
that the cata PRin may deem stun reet.e.
G. P. WORK C. G WAYNE
R. W. ADAiPS BROCKETY & CARTER.
Will give through bills of lading to Trenton.
Monroe and all station, on Vcksuperco Shreve
port and Pacific Railroad, via Delta La.
W. B. BBOOKETt, A ent.
au n8-Te Magazne street.
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET.
Leaves abovereSATURDAY, atdown the coastm.
de . J FORVICKBURG. DAVSon BEND.
9.. thll and allter inrrtermediate land.
aer stem r aket
onea. retinn Vcksbur down the coast on alternate
and with nchor r i on board, or toand
t. Louis. Will give throug s o lading toreet
SclMonroe and awill be tatioundsd aton the head oI
BeShrvlle streeport andto relve rel a Delta a t
ThiLeaveesever e right to UBLDass all land.t
JON tJANNEY. 106 Common at.
Will sign through bills laingto stations on
the Vicksburg. Shreveport and Pacific Railroad
at same rate as other boats.
diate landings--The newly repaired
er
,ns~h e.fi~dA tae
" i*aAMWOAWW.
les B- Southern Nt -e
Lne--80~ mere of t lU . >i
leave as follows:
WLL EL'.. ............ . Lew Kntees PUI
Leavee. TUOEDAY. Feb. 17 at P.m.
!AS » t. 3" WN..... A. M. Halliday matat
Leave 'THURISDAY. Feb. 19. at 5 o. .. L .
OOLUEN coeow ......E.. ti hinkle n aulr
Leaves SATURDAY Feb. 21. ate p.m.
or Cnnnatl, Louisville and antor-led16e
anding. oaoqnetlng at Ci .enattI
etnfor al polnts above to Pi ture.
rfreight or rE UD pAs. o
noest tR Ins Th rsinnre g.
DOrt SLUM'NVIiLTE 40l. 11 056 RI tiS
DONALDHINVItLE.C ANOI RD RIVtSR LAND.
ING (TIl- WEI KLY PAl KB...
, ,._FOR B YIOU GUULA. Pi. n.
m.ue. Baton Rouse. Port u10
B.. aoU 8pra and all ostofloe l ,
Inas-The United States mall steamer
KITTY INIB,
O. F. Burdette master.
will leave Donaldes.,vlli1 every MONDAY.
WEDNE4DAY and FItIDAY at 12 o'olook noaD.
on the arrival of traitn from New Orleans. a.
tloular attentlon given t, const Dpasseogers al
tight freight. Connysetlon made with stagl lig
at ied liver Laudlng fir li 'nmsoort, Eve
green. Obeneyvllle and Alexandri, La.
In a few dave a nUw fast m..il and passen
boat will leave Donallsonville for the above
named polits on Tuesday, Thursday and nit
t!rday. tel t
OBILOURAi,
INDEPENDENT OPELOUSAS PACOEIS
Leaves TUESDAY. Feb. ti. at 5
YUFO WA.H INGTOT(., OP.OE
sae, Port Barre, Im msport, Ou
ville, and all landings on the Cyy
Atobhafalay river and Bayou Oourtablea7-Thi
light draft paesenaer steamer
LAIllA L. IDVI
W . Crawford master. A. Maynler, 8.. ele,
For freight or passage astply on board, or to
OORlGE D. HITE 142 Gravler street.
LORD & MoPEA 122 Gravier street
P. 8.-Will give through bills lading to B
Breu. and perliuolar attention given t o
passengers. Connote with steamer O/le.B. a
MlmmeDnrt for Bayou des GlatIes. iell
A RK a POllS.
FOB ARKLAPOLId.
Leavesg everye 'URD&I N& Km.
L rand the bends. Vicksburg, 1
Natchez. and intermediate
-The steamer
EU. RICEARDUTE.
Frank Beck, Jr.. master. A. eay e.
leaves as above connecting at Viott'surgw
Parisot' Line for all point on the Yuaoo.
reek and Tal lsht, e.
.oG. W(/ B.W W DA 0 r
Will give s.rosh bills of lading
'Monroe snd all stations on the
Irvawnrt and Paciflo Railroad. vie Delta. Ii
also to Pine Bluff and stations on
and T. Railroad via Arka olls.
W. B. MO ýT, Aet.
fell so $waasni etr61.
STEAMSHIPI.
WEEKLY LINE FOR PLORIoA AIND EL
VA %A.
MORGAN LINE U. 5. MAIL 8TEAM
FOR OEDAR KEYS KEY W
MOR. A NYand Havana - Thb following Lo
steamsnhMe will leave Algiers:
OLINTON..WEDNEIUAY. Feb. 1. p.,m. shart
MORGAN ..-. WEDNESDAY. February ms. 6a..p
Superior passenger aooommodatios. Ali
freight will be received at Morgan's LoI to .
and Texas Railroad Depot, foot ofLSaYi3
street For frelght and vasse apply to
_ja2 Magazine and Natchesz tret.
NEW TORE.
The following Al iron steashbi
-u fro hi line
a . wHITýEY. UH 1M
Msalng Semi-Weekly
STEKAMSIP ROMCAW N l . ,
C.W. Adgmnuae
Will sail front AlgTiers T IItD Y, Fj+
17 m.
TO NEW Y.TO ON.5 W
ight for the above port reesoedathbd .
p ofor ans Louisiana and Texs uil
foot of Laayettee street. daily uatl I. .
asni Corner natches and M dNn
S ROMWELL
,T6 sail WEDEDAt. Ferua .
This line somposeat ,he ý
IBIANA. NNW ./
steamshis
KNICIKERBOs1KER
Frank Kemble .aster
will leave her wharf from toot of Toutlue
B RY THIS LINE M PEB 2 cN
Ian passage..... ........
teeragea .......- ........ ......
Freight for Liverpool. Bremen and
taken by this line, and through blls or 1f
men for the same.
LIVWRPOOL.
HARRISON LINE.
Tons. Oommanders.
ALICE...... .... .1260.J. George.
AUTIOR.............10. .... . Wiiass.
OHANOELLOB......loo......G. IlBenolds.
RYOITE.... ...100ooo0......Jnee,
CONA.............1ooo...... Aklen.
COMMANDER : .... oo. B. Ells
COuDOVA...... ......1417.....W. Lang.
COUNSELLOB.B . 25 oo ..... W.Tnttn.
DISCOVEBEBR E............L. R WIllB uO
EXPLORE .............oo......W. Jackson.
GLADIATOB.... ..lo1000...... I. Jones.
HITORIAN .... 6....1 .... W.Wllae.
INVENTOR ....... 20..... o....Johnenol
LEGIBLATOB -....215o......T. Burley.
MEDIaTOBR..... ....o2010o......J. Hannes,
ORATOR..... .. ....142....... Jo orbhe
OJRON..N..........122o......J mpbll.
BTATE.iMAN.... ....1860......W. H.ughs.
VANGUARD.... 14. 0.......W. G.ll
WARRIoBI.... ........i0o......W. L.SJoi.
SThe steams~ o
Jones commander.
will sail on or about February . e1880. from he
wharf, foot of Montengut street.
Will receive cotton and sigan througnah bils O
lading for the Continent. between Havre saG
Cronstadt.
These eteamships. blng of light dtait. wir
cross the bar of the Mssieasippi at all e
without detention.
For freight apply to
LUOCAS E. MOORE.
de20 ly 196 Gravter street, up staitrs.
BREMEN.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW O0.
LEANS VIA HAVBE. SOUTHAMPI
TON AND HAVANA.
The steamehips of the North Usgs
man Lloyd will resume their BeRegul
'l ps. as follows:
From Bremen. From N. Orleans,
Hannover -.......January 21 About Feb.
Hannover.M........Marnh 24 Aout - -
Nurnbetrg.... ....Aril 21 About
These steamers touch outward at Havre an4
Havana, and on their home trio at Havana as
outhampPRIoCES OF PASSAGE.
From Bremen. Southampton or iavre toHave
ana or New Orleans-Cabin. s1so; Steerage. me
From New Orleansto 8outhampton. Havre or
Bremen-tOablnb 150; Steerage, 546.
From New Orleans to Havana--Cabsn. Ug
Bteerage. 615.
Children under ten ytears, half pries; ehl].
dren under one year free.
N. B.-Our agents for Texas. Messrs. KaICn
man & Bunge. in Galveston, are suthorised to
issune steerage passage orders at the tolowiw
through rates:
From Bremen to Gslvestonf :
From Bremen to Indianola. .s o.
The eomrany reserves the rig to ea
the route or the steames., their advertised unpin
of depart.re and the prisee of .Mmw,
mP~ecya~~ 98~~~n pla~c~be 'I

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