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OFFICE NEW ORLEANS BULLETIN, Wednesday Morning, March 22. Cleared Yea ter dar. British steamship Warrior, Hughes, for Liverpool. Decan, Zerega 4co Steamship Brash ear, Forbes, for New York— C A Whimey Aco Ship Harvester, Bos worth, for Liverpool.. , Sbults Aco Baric Confidence. West, for Havro— Norton A Bell Norwegian bark Osterlide. Lassessen. for Queenstown, Decan. Zerega Aoo trrlvsA British steamship Alice, Kllis, from Liverpool 2Cth ult. to Deoan, Zerega Aco—3d dist 33 Ship Nonantnm, Foster, from Liverpool Jan 25, to master—Point Bark Hans Thes, The», 56 days from Deal, to master —Point Schooner May Eve'yn, McLearn, from Jamaica, to master—Pic Tier STEAMBOATS Stella Block. Crooks, from Point Jefferson Alice, Porter, from Amite River..New Basin Assumption, Dalferes, from Laurel Valley Frank Willard. Rice, from Bayou des G laizes W J Behan, Wilkinson, from Minden Onacbita Belle, Blanks, from Ouachita City Utah, Beasley, from Yazoo River. Bobt Young, Heinn, from Grand Ecore St Mary, Probst, from Washington Bertha, Broad, from Washington Exporta. LIVERPOOL. .Per steamship Warrior—2076 bales cotton 16,198 bushels corn in bulk 1200 pcs staves NEW YORK .. I'er steamship Brashear. .2961 Bales cotton 3279 drv hides ■' 69 balesdrides 320 bdls w s hides 54 bales wool 140 bbls rice 250 casks pitch 39 pkgs mdse HAVRE—Per bark Confidence—2482 bales cotton QUEENSTOWN—Per bark Osterlide. .21,593 52-60 bushels corn in- bul k LIVERPOOL—Per ship Harvester..4820 bales cot ton 3010 pcs staves Receipts of Produce. POINT JEFFERSON—Per steamer Stella Block. 37 bales cotton to Wyche A Morgan. .37 Meyer, Weis Aco—24 J L Harris Aco—22 Lehman, Abraham Aco 2i Jno Chaffe A Sons-11 Aikeu A Watt—7 Payne, Kennedy Aco—7 Blakemore Aco—6 Richard Flower Aco—5 Ben Gerson—4 H March. .4 S B Newman Aco 2ND Wetmore..2 Chaffe, Hamilton A Powell..1 W B Clark—1 Allen, Nugent Aco—1 Temple S Coons A oo. 1 Jno T Hardie Aco..l Jurey AGillis—1146 sacks coiton seed N O Cotton Seed Association____and son dries to order. .Total, 193 bales cotton L46 sacks cot AMITE RIVER—Per steamer Alice—3 sacks seed Cot on tç L Guirey—3 sacks rice J Foeister—1 bale moss 2 coops poultry F P Sevin—30,010 feet lumber 50.000 shingles 25 cords wood Munoy A Marcy LAUREL VALLEY..Per steamer Assumption— 25 hhds sugar to T lit J M Allen Aco—10 do 10 bbls molasses i half bbl do Conger A Kelley—20 bbls uo Richard Mi Hi ken----1 sack hides L Terrebonne—19 bales moss V H Bernard—2 bbls sugar 2 bbls molas ses Jos Aycock—18 sacks potatoes to A A Carman— and sundries to order—Total, 35 hhds sugar 2 bbls su gar 32 bbls molasses 1 ball bbl do BAYOU DES G LAIZES .. Per steamer Frank Willard—35 bales cotton to Renshaw, Cammack Aco 28 Payne, Kennedy Aco.. 19 Belaud A Gibert.. 17 C L Walmsley Aco—11 MrGehee, Snowden A Violett— 12 Nalle A Cammack—8 Jno I Adams Aco—7 N D Wet more—5 (Bush A Levert —5 J M Putnam..4 to Oscar Chopin—4 J W Burtiridge Aco..4 Flash, Lewis Aco. 3 Richard Flower Aco—3 Meyer, Weis Aco—1 Darcy A Wheeler—1 Win A Bell—1 Jno Chalfe A Sous—' Gross A Williams—1 to order—36 bhds sugar 185 bbls • molasses Payne, Kennedy Aco-114 do J W Bar bridge Aco —t buds sugar Rtnshaw, Cammack Aco— 158 sacks cotton seed N D Wetmore. .3 hides sud sun dries to order..Total. 171 bales cotton 158 sacks cot ton seed 38 bhds sugar 2 -9 bbls molasses MINDEN —Per steamer W J Behan—166 bales cotton to Jno Cbafie A Sons. .63 Richardson A May— 40 Chalfe, Hamilton A Powell—27 Jurey A Gillis..2l Rawlins A Murrell____16 C L Walmsley Aco—7 N D Wetmore.. 5 Meyer. Weis'Aco- 6 G w SentellAco.. 3 Bussey Aco—2 J M Sandidge Aco—1 Claiborne Aco 42 sacks cotton seed 2 hides l bag wool W C Black A oo—30 sacks cotton seed N 0 Cotton Seed Association and sundries to order—Total,:.-56 bales cotton 72 sacks cotton seed OUACHITA CITY.. Per steam er OuaQiita Belle lli bales cotton to Jurey A Gillis—127 do Wyche A Morgan..92 Jno Phelvs Aco—75 Mever. Weis Aco— 56 Jno T Hardie Aco—54 Lehman, Alnkham Aco—53 Allen, Nugent Aco-47 Jno I Adams Aco—46 J M Sandidge Aco____38 J B Wolfe At o.. 3 Jno Cbafie A Bono—21 J L Harris Aco. .19 W B Clark—16 Rawlins A Murrell—15 H A C Newman—10 D H Wallace Aco 12 Alous, Schere k A Autey—10 Jno I Noble..10 Ar Milton berger A Pollock-9 N D Wetmore—9 Clai borne Aco—8 Aiken A Watt..8 M M Greenwood Aco 7 J W Burbridge Aco—5 Richard Flowei Aco..5 Ran dolph A Dunnica—4 T L Airey Aco..4 HyHaag.,2 Howcott A Gordin—2 S C Wilkerson Aco..2 Bussey Aco.-l JPDavisAco—1 W C Black Aco.. 1 SGum bel..l Payne, Kennedy Aco..1 Strong A Henderson 1 I Bloom Aco—1 S Henderson. .268 sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed Association—25 sacks seed cotton to Meyer, Weis Aco. .and sundries to order...Total, 982 bales cotton i68 sacks cotton seed 25 sacks seed cot ton YAZOO RIVER—Per stéamer Utah.. 100 bales of cotton to J L Harris Aco..34 Jno X Hardie Aco—36 Alien. Nugent Aco— 2» Craig A Hogan-j24 M Clarke 17 Vaiden. Hawkins Aco—17 H Allison Aco..13 T H A J M Alien Aco—12 Lehman, Abraham Aco—9 Ben Gerson.. 0 Alous, Scberck A Autey—9 JAG Crom well—10 Chaffe, Hamilton A Powell—6 Jno Cliaffe A Sons..9 MoGeheee,Snowdon A VioletW-4 Cbas Galla Î her —4 Meyer, Weis Aco. .3 H R Gogreve Aco—2 B 'Chambers^—2 Britton, Moore A Coleman. .1 Bussey Aco—2 G W Sentell Aco—1 Richardson A M«v—1 to Beadles, Wood Aco—1 Hadcen A Avery—I Pritchard, Bickham Aco—1 Meyer, Weis Aco—10 T L Airey A oo—7 Payne, Kennedy Aco..2867 saoks cotton seed T S JohDson Aco.. 12 do to order—1 do Richardson A May. .50 bbls potatoes Jno T Moore Aco---and sun dries to order—Total, 370 bales cotton *880 sacks cot ton seed 50 bbls potatoes GRAND EcOKE—Per steamer Robt Young—54 bales cotton to C L Walmsley Aco—30 Clapp Bros A co—32 Renshaw. Cammack Aoo- -13 W B Clark..10 Bush A Levert— 6 Gross A Williams..5 Payne, Ken nedy Aco—5 D L Keiniou. ..5 J M Sandidge Aco. .4 Lehman, Abraham Aoo..3Chaffe, Hamilton A Powell 2 Norwood A Richards. .2 S Friedlander —2 Jno Chaffe A Sons. .1 Nalle A Cammack—1 M M Greenwood A co.,1 Alcns, Scherck A Antey—1 T L Airey Aco Richard Flower Aco. .1 R T Buckner A Bro—1 J W Burbridge Aco..I Schmidt A Ziegler—l G W Sentell Aoo. .28 hhds sugar Bnsh A Levert —12 bbls molasses Renshaw, Cammack Aco... .5 bales hides McGrath A Compton.. 13 bales hides 15 bdls bides 7 bides 1 sack cotton 1 sack wool 1 bbl tallow lot sundries 11 Sack man—20 bdls hides Qneyrouze A Bois —284 sacks cot ton seed N O Cotton Seed Association—3 hides J Ry koski—and sundries to order—Total, 182 bales cotton 284 sacks cotton seed 1 sack cotton 28 hhds sugar 12 bbls molasses WASHINGTON—Per steamer St Mary—52 bales cotton -O C L Walmsley Aoo 3s Payne, Kennedy A oo—26 McGehee. Snowden A Violett.. 21 Jno T Har die Aco—22 Meyer, Weis Aco—16 Berand A Gibert— 16 J W Bnrbridge Aco—15 Renshaw. Cammack Aco 14 Conger A Kelle i ..Il H March—6 Forstall & Ju mon ville. .6 Pritchard, Bickham Aco..6 Clapp Bros Aco—4 Richard Flower Aco—4 SGumbel..3 S Bar rett—2 Hanna A Berrett. .2 Alcns. Scherck A Autey 2 Temple 8 Coons Aco—2 W C Black Aco—1 A Ter trou —1 J B Wolfe Aco—6 sacks seed cotton Nalle A Cammack..35 bhds sugar 67 bbls molasses to Payne, Kennedy Aco—1 do 36 hbds sugar Conger A Kelley— 3 bales moss Odell A Wright—117 acks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed Association—2«bbls bides P Maspe ro Aco—18 hides U D Terrebonne A Son—and sun dries to o der— Total, 271 bales cotton 11 saeks cut ton seed 6 sacks seed cotton 71 bhds sugar 68 bbls mo* WASHINGTON—Per steamer Bertha—73 bales cotton to J W Bnrbridge Aoo—41 Payne, Kennedy A co..20 Berand A Gibert--16 McGehee, Snowden A Violett— 15 Nalle A Cammack—11 Oscar Chopin—11 C L Walmsley Aoo 10 Bussey Aoo—9 Norwood A Richards—9 A Tertron—8 Bush A Levert —7 Richard Flower Aoo..8 Lehman. Abraham Aco—7 Simms A Lew—7 Stauffer, Macteady Aco—5 J M Samligde A co—2 Meyer WeUl— 2 N D Wetmore. .1 Jno I Adams aoo—1 warren, Atkinson Aco—1 Clapp Bros Aoo—1 J C Denis—1 Wm A Bell..l Herrmann A Vignes— 1 Robert Her»—15 9 saoks cotton set d N O Cotton Seed Association. .3 seeks seed cotton Nalle A Cammack.. 88 hides Boiter, Peterson A Fenner—14 hides 41 pkgs eggs 2 coops ponltry P Casse— 63 pkgs eggs Mauaue A Lscassagne..l3 do R Beer—8 do L Terrebonne..9 do J Rykoski—12 do 1 coop poultry L Surle Aco—18 bhds sugar G W Sentell Aco—15 head cattle Hy Mi chel—1 do N D Wetmore—2 boxes eggs Smith Bros A co—1 do J Aldtee..and sundries to order—lotal. 268 bales cotton 1559 saoks cotton seed 3 sacks seed cot ton 18 hbds sugar By Raiirtsto* NEW ORLEANS. ST LOUIS AND CHICAGO RAILROAD COMPANY..March 20..593 baies cot ton to order..28 Richardson A May.. 18 T U A J M Allen Aco.. 18 Stewart Bros Aco—16 Jno Phelps Aou 14 Meyer. Weis Aco-13 W J Robson —12 C balle, Hamilton A Powell—12 Blakemore Aco-10 JAG Cromwell. .9 Jno T Hardie a co—8 Alien, Nugent A CO..7 Lehman, Abraham Aco—3 Allen. West Aco—6 Bruton. Moore A Coleman ..iTL Airey Aoo—2 J B Wolfe Aoo..Total, 771 boles cotton March 21..152 bales cotton to-order. .76 Pritchard, Biokham Aco—55 Chaffe, Hamlton A Powell. .49 Vai den, Hawkins Aoo____4- Lehman, Abraham Aco— 0 Meyer, Weis Aco—'.8 Allen. West Aoo..23 Richard non A May—15 Torian A Dancy—12 H March—11 Jno Phelps Aoo—8 Howcott A Gordin—7 X H A J M Ai ton Aoo—4 Jno T Hardie Aco..4 Allen. Nocent Aoo 3 J B Wolfe Aoo—2 Payne, Kennedy Aco—2 Stewart Bros Aco..2 J W White—2 JAG Cromwell—2 R L At W Adams. .1 Temple S Coons Acor-t T L Airey A co-1 Blskemore Aoo..Total. 532 bales cotton March »1. .14 hhds tobacco to Beadles, Wood Aco .. 10 do Kirkpatrick A Keith—1 pkg mdse Nooril A O— 60 do H A N Samory—2 do F P Martinez—7 do H Kern Aeo—15 do M Heinemann. . '3 do J HenryAco— 6 oo JM Gould—13 do Vincent Aco. .12 do E Mar oneze Aco—5 do Hoffman, Marks Aco. .2 do M Lion« 3 do Peek Yale A Bowling—1 do 1 box ou E J Hart Atco..l car stock Johnson Aoo—1 do N D Wetmore— 1 bbi molasses 1 bbl flour 1 tee meat J Meyer A Son 1 box sundries J S Waterman—130 pkgs beer H Red wiu.-l case dry goods Charity Hospital —48 bbls and 3 boxes eggs 2 cars stock 15 bbls peas MiTer A Meyer 160 sacks bran 100 bbls floor Prndhomme A Newton 100 do Glover A Odendahl—50 bbls highwines J Hen derson.. 50 do O H Karstendiek—1 piano P Werlein— 5 oases wood H Goldschmidt..15 asacks peas Carter. C Aco—1 box leaf tobacco T L Airey Aco—2 cases of paper hangings Hebert Aco..25 hf bbls and250 kegs lard Scum dt A Ziegler—4 boxes sewiog machines boxes mdse J Mentes —249 b'is bags M McGraw —50 doz pails Hartwell A Chambers..? hhds tobacco Jno E King Aco MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS BAIL ROAD. March 2i—41 bdls gr bides to C A Whitney Aco. .8 bbls raolasies Robert Hare—z5 do 10 hhds sugar J M Putnam—13 do Bush A Levert.. 25 do A Tertron..2 bales cotton Clapp Bros Aco—3 do J W Bnrbridge Aco—80 dry hides Mauade A Lacassagoe 16 do 2 bbls tallow Horter, Peterson A Fenner—II head cattle P Serrât A Sou—Total, 5 bales cotton 48 hbds sugar 33 bbls molasses Cargo per steamship Morgan, from Indianola— 2 bales kips 17 bales dry hides 125 hides 20 bales cot ton C A Whitney Aco—30 do v rancke A Dauneel—3 do S Gumbel—: ilo Lehman. Abraham Aco—11 bales dry bides N O, St L A C R R—Total. 55 tales cotton From Galveston—100 bales cotton to J L Harris A co—59 lioST Buckner A Bro—13 do Jno T Hardie A co—29 dv> Kirkpatrick A Keith—4 do Juo Pbeips Aco 6 do E H Wilson A Mills..Total, 211 bales cotton UCBITTB AT TBO NEW BASIN Pass Christian—Per schooner Transit—15,000 feet lumber to O Sin her Pearl river—Per schooner Petronia H—35 cords of wood to master , Bayou Laccmbe—Per aahooner Galois..18,000 feet lumber to Nevers A Herejn Pearl river—Per schoonek Gen Washington—40.000 feet lumber to W W Carr« Aco Pascagoula—Per schooner Mand. .40,000 feet lum ber to H Buddig Pascagoula—Per schooner Annette..42,000 feet of lnmber to H Buddig Tchefuncta river—Per nchooner La Belle—28.000 feet lumber to order Pearl river—Per schooner Martha Washington— 20,000 ieet lumber to J F Popp Jordan river. .Per schooner Truzilla..18,0.0 feet of lnmber to order Biloxi—Per schooner Lizzie Albun—1300 bbls char coal to master Lake Shore..Per schooner Ellena—75 bbls shells to order Pascagoula—Per schooner Sea Horse..36 bales cotton to order. .40,000 feet lumber to H Buddig Biloxi—Per schooner Mocking Bird—1200 bbls of charcoal to master Pearl rive—Per schooner Ethell..30,000 feet of lumber to J W Adams Lake Shore—Per schooner Pilla —120 bbls shells to order RECEIPTS AT THE OLD BABIN. Bavou Lacomlie—Per schooner L'Eclair..1400 bbls chart mil to master Pascagoula —Per schooner Flower—2000 bbl# of charcoal to master * MKT OK VESSELS Up, Cl«r*4 aid Sailed far Now Orloaar. NFW YORK. Steamship New York, Quick..............sld Mar 18 PKUVU1NCR. Schooner Daisy E I'arkhurst, Hooper____sld Mar 10 PORTLAND, ME Bark Mignon, Soule.......................sld Mar 3 LIVERPOOL. Ship P-aden. Doane...... » ............ » ____sld Feb 2 Ship A F Sttuernan, Cain................cld Fell 5 Ship Carondelet Steison................ sld Jan 30 Ship Western Empire G'ozier...........sld Jan 27 Ship Lawrence Brown, Williams .........cld Jan 27 Ship Linda........... s'd Jan 20 ShipH*r Majesty, Leahev................sld Jan 22 Ship Vriginia, Barker.....................sld Jan 25 ship Preston, North......................sld Jan Ï5 Ship Itagnar, Foster........ sld Jan 16 Ship Lilliy Soulard, Goudy..............,.c!d Jan 15 Ship Nor is, Bristow...r..................cld Jan 17 Bark Erato, Thies..........-..............sld Jan 8 Bark Lino, Bussanich.....................sld Jan il Bark Leamington, Urhney...... ...........sld Jan 14 Bark Ignazio, Semeria....................ldg Jan 15 Bai k Lo'd Clarendon, Marshall...........sld Jan 15 BarkEnrique, Payson.»...................sld Feb 7 LONDON Ship Lady Palmerston, Mills..............sld Jan 16 HAVRE. • Sh'p Reanion. Ducker ....................sld Feb 1 Ship Scioto. Mitchell.....................sld Feb 9 Ship Scotia, Hines.........................sld Jau 24 Ship Crescent City, Delano...............sld Jan 25 BarkentineGem, Moreman............____sld Jan 24 Bark Herold, Poniie.....................'.sld Feb 26 ffOBDEAUL Bark Alphonse ot Marie..................sld Jan 24 Bark Polymnie, Consat....................sld Mar 8 ROUEN Brig Waverly, Terry.......................sld Jan 22 • PAU1LLAC. Bark Comtesse Dnchatol, Dupont....... sld Mar 4 BREMEN. Ship Scotia, Drummond................. sld Feb 28 Bark Gukel, Tusch ......... sld Feb 28 Bark Freihandel, Watcher................sld Feb 20 ANTWERP. Bark Bayrut..............................sld Jan 11 DEAL. Bark Hans Thilis, Tliilis........ ........sld Jan 16 DUNKIRK. Bark Valkyria, McQuarrie................aid Feb 20 • GREENOCK. Bark Sampo, Stenman....................sld Feb 25 • GRIMSBY. Bark Lorton Vale, Beamer................sld Feb 24 Bark F'anuie J McLellan, McLellan.......sld Feb 7 CLYDE. Ship Isaac, Morena.......................sld Feb 22 GRAVESEND Ship Lord Palmerston, Mills...............sld Jan 16 DUBLIN. Ship Stanley, Foret......................sld Jan 12 GLASGOW Bark Geo W Jones, Potter.................sld Jan 7 GENOA. Bark Aale, Stromberg .....................sld Jan 5 Bark Arturo, Speich .......................ild Jan 29 Bark Silvia, Ferar........................sld Feb 13 Bark Serra ed Elena, Valle................sld Feb 21 LEGHORN. Bark Fide Speranza, DAste.............sld Feb 22 ABERDEEN Bark Mathias, Hansen....................sld Jan 21 PALEBMO Brig Domenico. Gulotta....*..............sld Feb 12 MESSINA. Bark F Pirandello, Toduro................ldg Jan CETTE. Dark Michele G. Ferrari..................sld Feb 6 • TEXEL Bark Harriet Hickman. Smith.............ldg Feb BiO DE JANEIRO Ship Birdston, Hunter.....................sld Jan 13 Schooner Maud Briggs, Davis............sld Mar 3 WM. MASSEY & CO.'S PHILADELPHIA ALE AND POUTER. FOR DRAUGHT—In Barrels, Halves and Quarters BOTTLED—In Quarts, Pints and Half Pints. ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER, NORTHERN CIDER, GINGER ALE, MINERAL WATER, LEMONADE, ETC., Put np in any required quautity to suit customers, at the lowest CASH PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ! L. C. AKNY, • h 5 26, 28 and 30 Bienv ille street J. MAJVDIN & CO., General Commission Merchants, And Direct Importers of % Wines, Brandies, Gins, Etc., Etc., 37 DECATUR STREET, ..NEW' ORLEANS, Sole Agents of the Celebrated Eugene' Clicquot Champagne, A Wine long a favorite with connoisseurs and good liv ?rs, warranted genuine and of unequal ed sparkle and flavor. Also, Sole Agents for the following wines : CHATEAU BELLEVUE, of P. Salin Fils. CHATEAU DE FRANCE, of P. Brngere. GRAVES d'AMBARES, DUCLOS FRERES, ETC./ ETC-, ETC. F6 Southern Sale Stables, CORNER DELORD AND, DRYADES STREETS. LARGE STOCK OF KENTUCKY MULES AND HORSES, Always in stables and for sale at lowest market price«, al Un . ALFORD A MARTIN, Proprietors. 2 INSURANCE. QFFICE FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COM PANY, • Comer Gravier and Camp streets. NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 19, 1876. At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held this day, it was resolved to declare the following divi dends from the net earnings of the ten months end ing December 31, 1875: 1. Ten per cent. (10 annual interest on capita stock paid in. 2. To carry to Reserve Fund in accordance with Section 4, Art. VIII of the Charter, five per cent. (5). 3. To carry to the credit of the Firemen's Char itable Association, of N ew Orleans, for the support of the Widows and Orphans and the General Relief Sys>em of said Association, in accordance with Sec. 4, Art. Vm of the Charter, ten per cent. (101. 4. Five per cent. (5) interest dividend on capital stock paid in. 5. Forty per cent (40) dividend to participating in-urers. All declaration of dividends to stockholders to be carried i o credit of stock notes in accordance with sec. 5, art. VII of the charter. Participating dividends to ' ers) payable in cash on dem; I. N. MARS T. PRUDHO: R. H, BENNERS, Secretary, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Jacob Alexander, Wash. Marks. ers (not stockhold eident. Vice President Leon Bei toli, H. H. Bim borst, L. B. Cain, John Fitzpatrick, C Taylor Gauche, Chas. Hemani, Alt'. H. Isaacson, A. P. Kip, B. M. Pond, T. Prurthomme C. Sporl, Otto Tboman, Geo. Waters, L. A. Wiltz, B. Wormann, I. N. Marks. ja2l N EW ORLEANS INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. Office, No. 102 Canal Street. SIXTH ANNUAL STATEMENT. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 14, 1876. In conformity with the requirements of the charter, the New Orleans Insurance Association publish the following statement of their affairs for the year end ing on 31st December, 1875: Fire premiums.....$350,836 Marine premiums.. 65,189 62 River premiums.... 34,7x4 31 Total premiums.......... $450,750 80 X-ess premiums on unexpff ed risVs-$120,661 47 Returned premi- ums .....I..... 1.951 60 - 122 613 07 Jiet earned premiums.................$328,137 73 Add: Interest.................. .... $9,185 35 Profit aud loss........... Premium or gold.......... 5,360 40 254 92 - 14,800 67 $312,938 40 Fire loeses paid.......90 741 55 Marine losses paid____Iff,954 27 River losses paid..... 6,802 83 Losses in litigation... 5,812 00 Losses unadjusted and * adjusted n'ot ma tured.............23,481 46—142,792 11 Reinsurances....................16,310 42 Rebate...........................31,818 98 Commissions to agents........... 27,339 65 Agency expenses............. 7,780 84 Taxes and licenses............... 10,568 50 Office expenses............... 27,062 67 Contingent expenses. Board of Underwriters,etc............ 6,547 16 I.aw expenses................... 47 52 270,267 83 Net profits.............................(72,670 57 ASSETS. Cash in Germania National Bank..................... $51,890 87 Cash in Lonisiana National Bank..................... 20,324 6J Special deposit in Germania National Bank............ 6 500 00 Cash in bands of agents in ' the United States and in Europe................... 19,003 81 Certificates of deposit in the New Orleans Banking As sociation, $92,903 42, val ued at................... 87,871 03 Certificates cf indebtedness , of the New Orleans Na tional Banking Associa- • tion, $161,122 73, valued at 48,333 78 Premium notes................ 7,560 93 Loans on mortgage.............140,573 22 Loans on pledge.............. 24,324 94 Bills receivable............... 13,931 80 Bonds......................... 32 413 88 Stocks........................ 23,556 78 Premiums in course of collec tion ....................... 41,688 42 Real estate.................... 74,174 77 Sundry debtors............. 11,814 99 United States securities....... 11,560 75 —555 52 LIABILITIES. Capital stock full paid $30 per share......................$295,650 00 Bills payable.................. 18,606 66 Unclaimed dividends of 1872, 1873 and 1874.............. 544 50 Premiums on unexpire.l risks. 120,661 47 Unpaid losses......... 29,293 46 Sundry creditors.......... 7,008 85 Contingent reserve fond...... 11,029 07 —482,854 01 • Surplus..............................*72,670 57 The foregoing is a true and correct transcript from the books of the New Orleans Insurance Association. M'L. MUSSOX, President. G. LANAUX, Secretary. STATE OF LOUISIANA, ♦ Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. 5 Sworn to and subscribed before me, Notary Public, this 14th of January, 1876. G. LeG ARDEUR, Jb, Not. Pub. At a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the 12th of January, 1876, it was resolved to pay, on and after the 25th inst., the folk wing dividends: 1. An interest dividend of TEN PER CENT for the year ending 31st December, 1875, on the capita steck of $30 per share. 2. A dividend of TEN PER CENT to stockholders on the amount of their NET earned premiums for the year ending 31st December, 1875, in addition to the rebate, or anticipated dividend of 15 per cent already received by said stockholders on their GROSS preminms. 3. And to carry to Contingent Fund FIFTEEN PER CENT of the remaining premium profits, for investment in United States Government securities, according to articles III and V of the amended chatter. M'L. MUSSON, President. G. LANAUX, Secretary. Directors: A. J. GOMILA. I. K. SMALL. J. B.CAMORS. E. F. GOLSAN. J. PLAISENT. HENRY ABRAHAM. jal5 PIERRE LANAUX. L. J. WEBSTE E. M. SCOTT. LOUIS SCHNEIDER. JOHN LEISY. M. MUSSON. Seed Potatoes—Unions. f)AAA BBLS CHOICE SEED. EARLY ROSE. äUUv Goon rich, Jackson Whites Peeriess and Piukeyes. 1000 bbls Peach Blows and Russets. 300 bbls Red and Silverskin ONIONS. KROUf in barrels and half barrels. BEANS »ml PEAS in lots to suit. For sale by J. C. MURPHY & CO.,' jal4 36 Poydras street. People's Loan Office, earner Rayai aad Coati Street*, Private Entrance 62 Conti street. LIBERAL LOANS made on Diamonds, Watches Jewelry and Goods af every description, etttojal STEAMBOATS. ST. LOUIS. FOR ST. LOU1N, CAIRO, MEMPHIS AND THE BENDS. The fine steamer JOHN A. SCUDDER, A. J. Carter, master, Chas. H. Dix, clerk, Leaves WEDNESDAY. March 22, at 5 P. M. Carondelet, Wm. Thompson, roaster W. D. Love, clerk, Leaves THURSDAY, March 23. at 5 P. M. Through bills lading via Cairo and Belmont to all points North and West. si_J. B. WOODS A CO., 104 Common at. STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK. NEW YORK. MORGAN LINE STEAMSHIPS. The following ' A1 iron steamships •form this line— BRASHEAR, ALGIERS, NEW YORK, MORGAN CITY, The iron steamship Brashear, will leave New Orleans On WEDNESDAY, March 22, — A. M. Insurance by this line, %. Freight for the above poi t received at the depot of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, foot of Lafayette street, daily until 5 P. M. For freight apply to CHAS. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents, mhl tf Corner Natchez and Magazine streets. THE CROMWELL LINE. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT. To sail on THURSDAY, March 23 at 8 A. M. This line is composed of the following Steamships : KNICKERBOCKER, HUDSON, CORTES, NEW ORLEANS. The steamship Knickerbocker, F Kerob'e, commander, will leave her wharf foot of Toulouse street. INSURANCE "ON 'CARGO 'BY 'THIS LINE THREE-QUARTERS PER CENT. Freight for Liverpool, Bremen and Ha^re taken by this line, and through bills tf lading given for the same. For freight or passage apply to ALFRED MOULTON, n!4 75 1 y 41 Carondelet street. FOR VERA CHEZ. Tampico, ttlspan, campjsaohy, pkogre SO. HAVANA AND NEW YORK. NEW YORK, HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL STEAMSHIP LINK. This Line ll dpi - posed of the steamship# City af Mexico...........Capt. W. £. Sherwood. City of Merida..............Capt. J. W. Rev colds City of Havoan...............Capt. S. Z. Phillip» The itoaioshlp City ol Mexico, Capt. W. B. Sherwood, will leave her wharf foot et Calliope su est, s lift District, on SUNDAY. March 26, 1876, at 8 A. M. Passage to Von Ürna, »oo gold. T. ALEXANDRE A HCNS, Ho. 33 Broadway, New York. Far freight or cassage, apply to J. M. WITHERSPOON, Agent, No. 60 Oar- r '«let street. The City of Havana Jwill follow SUNDAY. April 16, 1876. o4 ly CHAMPAGNE! CHAMPAGNE ! A FRESH LOT JUST LANDING OF THE CELEBRATED BRAND GEO. GOULET & CO. RHEIMS. For sale by all leading wholesale and retail grocers restaurants, etc., and hy PAUL GELPI & BRO., . Sole Agents for the South, 41 Decatur or Old Levee street. Eouia ftoederer Champagne. LANDING AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDER SIGNED: 20 BASKETS OF 25 AND 30 QUARTS EACH, 20 BASKETS OF 50 AND 60 PINTS EACH, Of this Superior Wine, prepared for the Russian French aud English Markets. PAUL GELPI & BRO., - 41 Decatur or Old Levee street. Sparkling Cognac! 25 CASES QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS of M. DUROZIER'S CELEBRATED CREMANT IMPERIAL or SPARKLING COGNAC, the favor ite beverage of "Bons- Vi rants" and High Life Now landing and for sale' by PAUL GELPI & BRO., Sole Agents for the South, 41 Decatur or Old Levee street. Cognac Brandies! —ALL VINTAGES OF— A. C. MEUKOW'S CELEBRATED BRANDIES IN WOOD AND IN GLASS. For sale in Bond or Duty Pa'd hy PAUL GELT I & ERO., Sole Agents of the South, 41 Decatur flr Old Levee street. Pine Wines—Fine Wines. lOOO Cases Modoc, Chateau Bouliac, St. Julien, St. Kstephe Chateau Giscours, Chateau Föntet Ca net, Chateau Larose, Chateau Marganx, Chateau La llte. Graves, Sauterai s. Haut Sauternes, Latour Blanche, Chateau Yquem, Monopole of the renowned brand Cruse and F t» Freres, Bordeaux. The bottles of above wines aie elegantly put up with patent wire netting. For sale by PAUL GELPI & BRO., 41 Decatur or Old Levee street. Raisins—Raisins. 2000 Boxes LAYER LONDON LAYERS and finest DEHESAS. IOOO Half Boxes LAYER LONDON LAYERS and finest DEHESAS. IOOO Quarter Boxes LAYER LONDON LAYERS and finest DEHESAS. For sale by PAUL GELPI & BRO., Fz5 41 Decatur cr Old Levee street. Attention Cotton Planters l CHANGE YOUR PLANT 8EeA AND SAVE BOTH TIME AND MONEY ! ! We offer early prolific SEED from Missouri, Ar kansas, Western Lonisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Mis sissippi, Alabama. Both highland and bottomland. Seed from any given locality procured on order. PLANT HEED AGENCY, 51 Poydras street, New Orleans. P. O. Box 1259. ja29 Sa&SuAeod lm R. C. New at The For The will will Bl on I ing will sage Hotice. OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOR, l First Di»tkict (169 Gravier st., up stair»). S New Orleans, Jan. 28, 1676. J Public notice is hereby giveD to the Tax payers of the First District of New Oi leans, that I am ready to issue Slate Licenses for the year 1676, and to re ceive all Taxes for the years 1875, 1571 and 1673. Tho office will be open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. N. C. FOLGER, *a29 lm Sta+e Tax Collector, First istrict. Will apply will for every nose F. : H. Bayou falaya W. «26 NEW will o'clock, Hache, ing or Conti A. CHApSKY. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING STORE, MERCHANT TAILOR, 21.................Camp Street................91 Opposite City Hotel, New Orleans. Gent's Finishing Goods, Tranks, Satchels, Umbrellas, Etc. PORT Leaves sage, will . Lff M. Leaves of 8t P. Vo own«r, 8TKAMBOAT8. RED RI V RR. _ _ NEW ORLEANS AND BSD RIVER TRAN8 • PORT ATI ON COMPANY. Steamers MARIA LOUISE, TEXAS, LA BELLE, R. T. BRYARLY, W. J. BEHAN. LOTUS NO. 3 WELLE ROWLAND C. Ft DTJRFES, COL. A. P. KOUNS. Far Shreveport, Jefferaaa, Upper Red River, Minden, Censbatta, Grand Eoore, Alexandria and all way and plantation land ings—Leaving New Orleans as follows FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEFFERSON. C. H. DUR FEE............Capt. W. T. ltoardman Leaves WEDNESDAY. Much 22. at 5 P. M. FOR SHREVEPORT. MARIA l.OI I-K..............Capt H. J. Drinker Leaves SATURDAY. Match 25. at 5 P. M. Saturday's boat wilt go through to Jefferson. No wharf boat charges will be made on freight consigned to the company at the month of Red River Forwarding freight consigned to the company at New Orleans will be handled free of drayage and commissions. For freight or passage apply on board of boats, or at the office of the company, 111 Gravier, between Magasine and Camp streets. jas. A. AIKEN. President. M. W. JOYCE, Agent. Or to LORD & McPEAKE, BRITTON & EPPLER, HITE & CARLIN. loi '75 1v REGULAR OKAN1* KCoRE PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 5 P.M. For Grand Kcore, Montgomery. Alexandria, Norman's, Barbin'», Wares' Landing, and all landings on Red River— The passenger steamer Lessee Taylor, H. L. L»e, master. F. C. Findren, clerk. For freight or passage applv on board or to LORD & McPEAKE, BRITTON & EPPLER, HUE A CARLIN, Agents. Will take freight at 14 card rates. mh21 tf REGULAR*GRANDTcCORE PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M. For Grund Ecore, Montgomery, Alexandria, Norman's, Barliin's, Ware's Landing, and all landings on Red River— The passenger steamer Robert Yenng, (In p'ace of the John B Mande,) John Heinn, master, John M. I ianiel rlerk, will leave as above positively, taking freight for Cane River. Will answtr all bails on the Coast. For freight or passage apply on hoard or to DOlJrtLAS A WINBURN. 35 Natchez. BROCK R TT A CARTE ». 38 Magazine. N. O. DONNOUUE, 76 Gravier. mhll tf BIAFK AND »(KI P RIVER. REGULAR BLACK AND B(EUF RIVER PACKET. Leaves on SATURDAY, March 25, at 5 P. M. For Point Jefferson, Glratd, Alto, Red Mouth, Gum Point, and all landings on Boeuf and Black rivers—The steamer Htr Ma Block. O. B. Crooks, master, Gabe Block, clerk, will leave as above. Pays particular attention to all Bl ck Kiver business. For freight or passage apply on board or to |mb22] IllTE A CARLIa. VICKSBURG AND MEMPHIS. MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG PACKET. I JKK-ffb The new nail elegant side-wheel passenger steamer Illinois, M. R. Cheek, master, J. W. Spears, clerk, Leaves Vicksburg overy FRIDAY at 12 M. Passengers leavingNew Orleans on Thursday even ing by rail will make sure connections. Parties consigning freight to care of steamer TLL1 . NOIS will please enclose trill of lading to an4 tf DUFF GREEN A CO.. Virk.Ws BAYOUS M*CO J AND TENSAS. INDEPENDENT TENSAS, BA YOU MACON AND BLACK KIVER PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 22. at 5 P. M. For Floyd. Delhi, Warsaw Crocket Poin , Cut-Off and all landings on Black, Macon and Tensas livers—The steamer W. J. Poitevent, Sam Block, master. Wm. Guss, e'erk, will leave as above positively. For freight or pas sage apply on 1 Mmr il. or to HÏI E A CARLIN. 3 Tclioupitoulas street. LORD A McPKkKK, 46 Camp street. Will remain in the t ade permanently._mh22 OUACHITA RIVER NEW ORLEANS AND OUdCHITA TRANS PORTATION PACKET. Leaves on WEDNESDAY, Much 22, at 5 P. M. Foi Uauiilen Eldorndu, Onnrhlta Ci* , M.troe, Trenton and all landings on Black anu Onacbita Riveis—The tine light-draught patsençer steamer John Howard, P. C. Montgomery, master, E. R. Perry, clerk, Will posit.veiy leave as above. For freight sr passage apply on board or to F. A. BLANKS, President, 2 Canal, corner of Delta. HITE & CARLIN, BRITTON A EPPLER, LORO A ficPEAKE, ADAMS A WORK, mb 19 Agents. NEW ORLEANS AND uUACHITA RlVErt TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. Regu ar Ouachita Kiv»r Weekly Packet. Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M. For Ouachita City, Monroe, Tren ton, and all landings on Black and Ouachita rivers—The steamer Ouachita Belle, M. Kenison. roaster, Joe Holmes, clerk, will leave as above, making connections with ail boats for tho tributaries. Capt. F. A. BLANKS. President,' HITE A CARLIN, BRITTON A EPPLER. f . . ADAMS A WORK, LORD A McPEAKE, j A K" P. S.—The Ouachita Belle comes down the Coast every Monday in daylight. Will attend to all busi nose offered to h er.__ jail tf lU-kMMISAS. INDEPENDENT OPELOUSAS WEEKLY PACKET. For Washington, Pert Barry, Atchafalays, Simmsport, Big Bend Land ing, Old River and aU intermediate points—The light draught passenger steamer HI. Mary, F. Probst, master, J B. Schmidt clerk. Le? ves WEDNESDAY. March 22, at 5 P. M. For freight or passage apply ou board or to HIT E A CARL IN, 3 Tclioupitoulas st Through bills of lading to Bayou Bœuf and Des Glaizes. d!8 REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 22, at 5 P. M. : ICS 1 a For WnshlDgioo. Port barre, Simmsport, Cbnrchvilje ail landings on Coast, Atohafalava River and Rayon Courtableau—The new and light-draught passenger steamer Bertha, H. H Broad, master, Theo. Johln. clerk. Connects at Simmsport with steamer MINNIE for Bayou des Glaizes. giving through bills lading. For freight or pussage apply on hoard, or to olO tf BRITTON A EPPLER. 106 Common st Through bills of lading to Bayou Bœuf, REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves SATURDAY. March 25, at a P. M For Washington, Port Barro, Simmsport Church ville, aud all Inter mediate landings on the Coast Atcha falaya River and Bayou Courtableau—Tho new and lightrdraught passenger steamer Tensas, (In place of the Trenton,) W. Barton master, Capt. Eug. Quatrevanx. clerk, AU freight for Rayon des Glatze» wiU be landea at Simmsport or Big Bend Lam ing. «26 tf J. M DOWLING 25 Decatur street. miWKS i ;iM»y NEW ORLEANS AND LOWER COA ST PACKET. The fine passenger steamer Waloon, Alfred J.Rniz, master; P E Barry, clerk, will leave every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 10 o'clock, sharp, for Jesui's' Bond, Beiair, Pointern. la Hache, Buras, Forts, and all way landings ; return ing WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. For freight or passage apply on board. The clerk is to he found every day at the head of Conti street day tf PORT EADS AND LOWER COAST MATT! PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRI DAY, at 10 A.M. sharp, For Port Kads, Fort 8t, Philip, uarantine Station, Buras, Potnte-a-la ache, and all way landings—The fine Wawenoclt, John Taylor, muter, "TJESDAYS, WEL -------------------For freight or pas sage, apply on board. Will goto Pilot Town on FRIDAYS. dll tf steamer oo __ will leave as above, returning TUESÖAYS WED NESDAYS and SATURDAYS. ......' . flSfe T.«wor (UOOOI unity r.m,,. Lff Wfcr J Packet.—The new, sale and last pa» nammo tenger packet Oriole, M. Carrick, master, John Estopinal, clerk. Leaves daily at lo o'clack A. M. (»narp; from ltd 8t Louis street for Live Oak Grove Plan ta tic», returning to the city in the evening. Apply to JOHN KOUNS, Canal Street Tarry 01« P. It —Has a clerk on the levee daring the day. Vo debts contracted by any on* sioept J. T. (fin own«r, will bo jo'4. my* la y feLÄ » . -- ii?&rr in ' jviboats, Steamboat anil Hailroad Agvrncj. T he undersigned, agent tor th» Memphis and Ohio River Line ->f Packets, it prepared to give through bills of lading in connection with the boats of the aitove-nientioued Linos over filO following Railroads; Little Rock and Pine HtolT Railroad and Onachita Railroad from Chicot City | Iron Mountain Railroad from Belmont, Mo.; Cinoix- nati, Hamiitoi, Dayton and Little Minina Railroads and all their connections froir Cincinnati, For aU information and through rates apply to ---- WAYNE, 106 Gravier feet,"'' Sl7 tf OHIO RIVKK. REGULAR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AID NEW ORLEANS PACKET. Leaves on WEDNESDAY, March 22, at 5 P. M. , ft jb h For Cincinnati, Louisville, Evans— ^n|SraPviUe, Hondo »on, Sliawneetows, Padtt Cairo, Memphis and ail interaao diate points—The passenger »teamer l hartes Morgan, Albert Stein, master, Harry Stein, clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage apply o» board or to C. G. WAYNE, mh!9 106 Gravier street. REGULAR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AMD NEW ORLEANS PACKET. For Cincinnati, Louisville, I* lane viite, Henderson, Sbawneetowu, Padu cah Cairo, Memphis and aU intermediate} point»—The paxsenger steamer Mary Houston, Charles Miller, master, A. Elliott Miller, clerk, Will lea' e as follows, viz : SATURDAY, April 8th, at 5 P. M. SATURDAY. April 29th, at 5 I*. M. SATURDAY Mav 20th, at 5 P. M. SATURDAY, June loth, at 5 1*. M. * SATURDAY, July 1st, at 5 P. M. For freight or passage applv * n board, or to mhl9 tf C. G. WAYNE. 106 Gravier streets FOH MEMPHIS^A*D HEMM, REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. For the season of 1875-76. • Leaves FRIDAY. March 24, at 5 P. M. For Memphis, Helena, Mouth of White River, Chicot, Greenville, Vicks burg and the Bends—The splendid pao senger steamer Thompson Denn, W. B. Miller, master, Geo. Miltenberger, olerk, will leave as above, paying pariicHlar attention to aU way and plantation business. Shippers may rely on the Déan remaining in the trade the entire season. Through bills of lading to all point» on the Ouachita and Pine Bluff Railroad from Chicot City, and to all points ob White River as high as Jacksohport. For freight or passage apmv C. G. WAYNJ on board, or to NE, 106 Gravier street. VlllSSHIlUi. SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED 8TAT1 f HAIL PACKET. Leaves every SATÜKDA t , at 5 P. M. For Vlckohurir, Davis's Bond« 'Natchez a d all lot tinned! ate landings—, 'The passenger steamer Natchez, T. P. Leathers, muter, J. F. Muse, clerk, connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line fol Yazoo, Tallahatcnie anil Sunflower rivers, and with Anchor Line for Meinpnis, Cairo and St. Tor freight or passage apply on board, or to JOHN JANNEY, 117 Common it, or to HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tchonpitonlas rt. Freight taken and through bills of lading signed to Tallulah and stations east of Tallulah on the Vicks burg, Sh eveport and Texas Railroad, via Dolta, by W . B. BROCKET!', Agent, 35 Magazine st. si t 6m ^ FOUR; UH K. REGULAR BAVOP LAFOURCHE AND COAST SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. The new passenger steamer Assumption, Joe Dalferes, master, N. Z. Dupuis, clerk, Leaves New Orleans ovary Taos DAY and SATURDAY at 5 P. M. re turning down the Coast in daylight answering all hails, on FRIDAY and MONDAY. For freight or passage app y on hoard or to o26 tf P.' A? CU ARLET, ' 0 fwl " ! 9 Conti street. REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST SEMI-WEEKLY PACK® Henry Tele, J. T. Ancoln, master, M. H. Landry, elerk. Leaves New Orleans every MONDAY at 5P. M. and FRIDAY at 10 A. M.. returning down the Coast la daylight every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY. To* freight or passage apply en board or to B. illVET, ) a _ „ t „ P. A. CHARLET, \ 9 C<mö ttre * k ' 825 ly _ BAYOU DES GLAIZES. INDEPENDENT BAYOU DES GLAIZES DOAT. Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 22 , at 5 P. M. T«r Evergreen, Colton Port, Junction, Mnreauville, Big Bend Simm», port and all intermediate landings—The light-draught passenger steamer Frank Willard, Lew Rice, master, F. M. Joffrion, clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on bna>d, or to HITE & CARLIN, Agents, F17 3 Tclioupitoulas street. BAYOU NAKA. Tor Bayoa Sara, Waterloo, 'Hermitage, Port Hudson Baton Kongo, Plaque m .ne, and way landings_113 United States mail semi-weekly packet, Gov. Allen, (In place of W. S. Pike.) J. J. Brown, master, s. 8. sireok, clerk, leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 P. M.. for Bayou Sara. For freigb ? er passage appiy to HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tch<mpitouias at» slO >. C. GODDIN. 35 Natchez street. UPPER LOAMY. NEW ORLEANS. .COAST AND BATON ROUGR SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 19 M., ami Ä UR DAY at 5 P.M. The passenger steam £t. John, Frank Bergeron, master, J. C. Bergeron, clerk, Returning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN ING. For freight or passage apply on board or to B. O. ME LA > CON, 30 Conti street. P S.—The St. John will represent Capt. Allen Jo. mel and the steamer Iberia in ibe Coast trade. o26 if THE NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER COAST PACKET— M. I. LINE. »M k Tar Ben Tureud's, As 1st 1 gB fflrkP parish—The steamer dHM Mary Ida. J. A. Knix, master. E. M. Stella, clerk, will leave New Orleans every TUESDAY. THUB* DAY and SATURDAY, at 10 A M., and wUI rotor 1 eveiy Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, in daylight. For freight or passage apply <>n board, »i to ol2 tf W "OMA U J 20 n '-wl A T«* ï-*7«rP 0#, — The new A1 British ship JteWM. DOUGLASS, Douglass, master, is now m- loading for the above port, and having the f treater portion of her cargo engaged and going on xiaril, vvill have quick dispatch. For balance 02 freight apply to SHU LTZ 4 CO., fl J 1 * 7 21 Carondelet streot. FOR HAVRE. Tar Havre —The A 1 fast su'ling French barM REINE-DES-ANGES, Ltcover, master, is now loading for the above port, and will have dispatch. For freight apply to DbWOLF, POWELL 4 CO, to 44 Caro ■ delet street. For II »vre- The strictly A 1 fastsaUinL- French park FRANCE AND PLATA, Le- - queux, master, is tow loading, and having a portion of her cargo engaged, will have dispatch, For balance of freight applv to De WOL F, POWELL 4 CO, Tl* to 44 Carondelet street. TOWING AND WRECKING BOsT, Harbor and Coast Job Boat- The 'powerful steamer 1 Fainter N«. 2» T . _ — .. M - Ivor . nuuter. Has Seven No. 1 barges and is prepared to do all kirns of towing to either the Upper or Lower Coast on the most reasonable terms. Has every facility for the rapid handling of wood, bricks, cotton seed or rna cbine ry; will drop coal boats at any point. Is pro Tictod with a complet« diving and wreckingappai^tui* under the management oi experienced men. and it ready for servie* at a moment's notice. For further information inquire on board or to , NICHOLAS THEODORE. Manager, dSQ T f51 J il Delta street.