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steamer Henrv fCbauncy .had Railed from
Aspinwall for New York.
News from the Central American States
is unfavorable. San Salvador advices to
Kebruary 18 show that war with Hatterai
is still imminent. Both sides are preparing
and San Salvador has bcuti declared in:
state of siege. It is rumored, however,
that mediation has been proposed by Nica
ragtia, and may be accepted.
The Nicargua Congress refused to accep
the resignation of the President.
Defeat of Bogota Revolutionists in
Panama, March 7.—Dates from Bogota.
Colombia, to the titteenth of February,
have been received. The revolution her* 1
tofore reported in the State ol Bogota has
not yet ended. A battle was fought on the
boundary line between the provinces of
Snata and Susaicoa in which the revolution
ists were defeated and compelled to eval
uate. _ _ _
A Million Dollar* for Secret Expense*
Putting Down the Sta Luis Rebellion
Protection of luited States Citizens nt
[Special to tin* New Vmlt Htrnldfl
City ok Mexico, March 3.—The extra
ordinary amount of $1,000,000 secret ex
penses of the government is accounted for
as having been incurred in putting down
the San Louis rebellion.
Manuel Esliaroz, a* t ing Secretary ol
State, goes to San Francisco as Mexican
consul, matters on the, Pacific coast requir
ing a first class statesman in that place.
The Mexican government promises to pro
tect citizens ol the United States in Te
huantepec, who were threatened with vio
lence on account ol their claims before the
mixed commission.
Price Upon the Head of Maximo Gomez,
the Insurgent— Married Before Execu
Havana. March 11. —The Dinrio, in an
editorial, advocates the placing of a price
upon the head of Maximo Gome/., the insur
gent general, assigning as a reason that
Gome/, is a foreigner and an incendiary.
The insurgent captaiu, Carol Criee
Tomerts, before being led to execution at
Cienl'ucgos, was married.
Storm in Mobile Yesterday — Woman
Killed by Lightning—Portions of the
City Overflowed—The St. Louis Tor
nado in Illinois—A Town Nearly De
Morile, March 11.—A severe rain and
thunder stoirn here to-day lasted five hours.
A colored womau was killed by lightning.
The eastern and western portions of the
city are completely overflowed. Bridges
were washed away, and stores fiooded.
The heavy losses to the merchants by the
overflow is due in a great part to the new
track of the New Orleans, Mobile and Chat
tanooga railroad. The loss by the overflow
in bridges and merchandise will amount to
$10,000. »
Cleared: Ship Chancellor, A. J. Ingersoll
& Co., with 56.2 bales of cotton, weighing
2,844,490 pounds, the largest cargo cleared
since the war.
St. Loris, March 11.—The tornado which
swept witli such terrible destructive force
ever Hast St. Louis on Wednesday last,
passed through the eastern part ot Greene
county, Illinois, and did much damage. It
struck the little town of Fayette with force,
and in less than a minute the towu was
nearly destroyed. All the principal build
ings and many smaller ones being blown
down. No lives reported lost.
The Germans of this city arg celebrating
peace. Many houses and places of public
resort are illuminated ami decorated with
flags. A brilliant ball is going on at Fame
Halle. The celebration will be continued
River Intelligence.
vjJSQUHjwest Pass. March 11, 7 P. M.—
Barometer 39:70. Wind east south, light.
No arrivals or departures. The dredge
boat Essayons left at 7:20 A. M. for the city.
Pass-A-L Outre, March 11, fi P. M.—
Weather calm and foggy. Arrived: Nor
wegian^ bark Memento, Hoy, master, lour
da vs from Havana, m ballast, to n . Iv.
Biiddeudorff. Sailed: Schooner Planet.
Vicksburc, March 11.—Passed up; Belle
Lee at twelve last night, Nick Longwortli
atone, Katie at eleven, Continental at 11 A.
M., Warner and barges at C P. M. Passed
down: H. S. Turner at 3 P. M. Eiver
rising. Weather elondy and cool.
Memphis. March 11. —Weather rainy and
cool. River about stationary. Passed up:
Glencoe. Down: Julia and Belfast.
Louisville. March II.—River almost
stationary, with nine feet eight inches in
the canal, seven feet eight inches in the
chute, and six feet on the rocks. Raining.
Levee dull. Departed: Leclaire for the
Tennessee river. The Indiaua leaves to
morrow for New Orleans.
Cincinnati, March 11. —The river has
fallen two feet, leaving seventy-seven feet
bridge space. Arrived: St. Marys front
Memphis; Robert Mitchell from New Or
leans. Departed: Silver Moon for Mem
phis. Weather moderate, with rain this
and evening.
St. Louis, March 11.—Arrived: Emilie
LaBarge anil Oitv of Alton from New Or
leans, Exchange from Pittsburg. Kate Rob
inson from Cincinnati, anti the Ironsides
from Cairo. Departed: John Kyle for
New Orleans, Belle St. Louis for Vicks
burg, St. Joseph for Memphis, Little Giant
for Pittsburg, Slireve for Red river, Saljie
for Arkansas river, Sioux City for White
river, and the Champion for Red river.
River falling slowly. Weather cloudy and
Domestic Markets.
New York, March 11—Evening.—Cotton
closed quiet and unchanged; sales 1000
bales; midtiling uplands 14*40. Flour un
changed. Wheat a shade firmer; winter red
and amber Western $1 to® I 07. Coin le
higher at 85 Ik ®87e. Pork heavy at, $21 33
•®2130. Beef quiet. Lard uuehangetl. Gro
ceries and freights steady; cotton, by sail,
^ ® fell'd.
Cincinn ati, March 11.—Cotton quiet ami
unchanged; middling 13^4. Flour quiet and
weak; family $0 30<z-l> 30. Wheat firm, de
mand fair a* $1 40. Rye unchanged. Bar
ley and oats unchanged. Core, demand
fair at 58e. Provisions dull, hut holders
not willing to make concessions; no inquiry,
and accurate quotations cun not he given.
Mess pork held at $21 50. Bulk meats,
shoulders 7Avc; clear ribs 9fs<z»IO; clear
•ides 12c. Bacon shoulders 8 M;c; clear l ibs
lOVic; clear sides lie. Lard 12V<c. Whisky
firm at 87c.
St. Louis, March 11. —Flour unchanged;
.superfine winter $3 15®6; extra $1* 30 a 7.
Wheat : Spring 2c lower; No. 2 spring Iowa
$1 38; winter, low and medium grades
3®. r ic lower; No. 2 red wintc. $1 55. Corn
quiet; No. 2, 50c. Oats dull; No. 2 mixed
51 Vic. Barley dull at $1 03. Rye: Choice
Iowa 91 a 94c. Whisky 88c.. Pork dull;
jobbing lots of mess, $21. Dry salted meats,
packed, are jobbing : Shoulders7*<c; clear
rib lO'.-gc: clear sides lOVfce. Bacon job
bing: Shoulders 844 ®9o; clear rib 11®
lUgc; clear sides ll lic. Lard nominal.
Hogs quiet at $li®6 70. Cattle scam and
wanted at $3 a 5 75.
[Yesterday's Evening Dispatches ]
Franklin, La.. March 11.— A fire broke
out about half-past seven last night in the
warehouse attached to the drug store ol
Perrit &. Frcre, caused by a coal oil lamp
being upset while in the act of drawing oil
from a large ease. The warehouse, with ts
contents, was completely destroyed. The
fire was prevented from doing further dam
age, by the united efforts of the firemen,
citizen's and negroes. Loss estimated at
$45,000. Insurance $1800.
New York, March 11.— The hng Mon
trose, Ponce, lor New York, with 38 ) hogs
heads of sugar, was sunk by a collision with
the steamer Albemarle, lienee lor Ricli
"'st * 1 Louts, March II.-Tho Illinois river
is higher than known for severa years.
The low lands below Poona are flooded.
Cincinnati. March 11.—E. M. Spencer,
for eighteen years connected with the
Times, is dead. _ .
Brussels, March 11 —Ktmle <B*te mys:
The natives of Algeria disarmed the Mobile
Guards, and are masters of the situation.
London, March 11.—In the House of
Commons the educational bill and 4kc bill
permitting marriage with the deceased
wife's sister, passed.
The schooner Hope sunk near Glasgow.
All on board were lost.
The schooner Northern Star was wrecked
near Wexford. AH on board were lost.
The bark Dariug is ashore, and several of
the crew were drowned.
London, March 11. —The Times lies a
special from Paris, dated to-day, which
says that the national gunrds holding Mont
martre have surrendered tlp'ir cannon, anil
formal demand will Le made on them.l'or
the surrender of all arms to-day.
Bordeaux, March 10.—The Assembly,
after a strong speech from Thiers in tuvor
of renuN al to Versailles, voted on an amend
ment to go to Paris, 407 to 104. and ndop'co
a motion to go to Versailles, 400 to 104. 1 he
first public session of the Assembly will l>e
held at Versailles on the twentieth ot
March. _ _
The new Emperor \\ illiain has already
begun to be besieged with petitions to ex
tend to Kuis, Baden-Baden, Homburg utul
Wiesbaden, the licenses for gambling they
have so long enjoyed, and which lias done
much toward the support of the duchies iu
which they are situated.
A conductor of the Boston .and Provi
dent- railroad received from a passenger, a
day or two since, a ticket issued some
twenty years ago, which had not been used
iu the meantime. It had the words "first
class" printed upon it.
The Cincinnati Chronicle publishes a re
port that the Louisville Ijcdgrr is one ot
seven new papers which Tammany has
made arrangements to start west ol the
mountains, for use in the eumpuigu ot 1872.
Hartford sign painters are careless: "Our
entire stock at less than cost. No! humbug,
is what, one of them put in a dry good store
window. -Mud turklc soup" is the attrac
tion at a rcstauraiit in the same place."
A parrot died in Boston, on the twenty
eighth ultimo, which was imported in 1820.
lie was believed to be ten years old when
brought to this country, and, consequently,
over sixtv at the time of his death.
The New York Star says the Lingard
family, William Horace, Alice Dunning and
Dickie went out in tho Park on Sunday, in
a barouche. Dickie was the prettiest of
the lot.
The Rev. Mr. Eggleston, who now re
eeives ten thousand dollars a year as one of
the new editors of the JmlejHinlent, once
preached for $3000 a year.
Rev. Mr. Hicks, of Bennington, Vermont,
who fasted thirty-four days "in order to
starve out disease," gave up the ghost on
A Boston bank president carefully turns
up his vest several inches when at his desk
to keep it from wearing out.
Harold Bateman, brother of the actress
Kate, has opened a law shop iu New York.
Mrs. Stowe put tins into the mouth of one
of the characters of her story, "M.v wit*
and I." I grant that the rare, real mar
riage, that occurs one time iu a hundred,
is the true ideal state for man and wonma.
hut it doesn't follow that all and every
thing that brings man and woman together
in marriage is blessed, and I take my stand
on $1, Tttul'9 doctrine that there are both
men and women called to some higher state;
now it seems to me that tlie number of these
increase with the advancement of society.
Marriage requires so close an intimacy that
there must lie perfect agreement and sym
pathy; the lower down in tile scale of being
one is, the fewer distinctive points there are
of difference or agreement. It is easier for
John and Patrick, and Bridget and lxaty te
find comfortable sympathy and agreement
than it is for those far up in the scale of life
whose education lias developed a thousand
individual tastes and peculiarities.
Census Marshal B. C. Gillum, of the
twenty-third sub-district of Illinois, pub
licly challenges any census marshal iu the
Northwestern States, outside of ally city,
town or village, to show a greater enumera
tion of twin children in one township than
wits ('mimoratcMl iu Woodstock ^towusnip,
Schuyler county, Illinois, in 1870. There
are, lie says, twenty pairs of twin chil
dren under sixteen years of age, all living
and doing well, and all Republicans ex
cept eighteen pairs of them, the principal
productions of the township being Demo
crats, twin babies, railroad ties and barrels.
Truth "ill ever he unpalatable to those
who are determined not to relinquish error,
but can never give offense to tlie honest and
w ell meaning; for the plain-dealing remon
strances of a friend differ as w idely from
the rancor of an enemy, as the friendly
probe of a physician from the dagger of an
assassin. _ _ _
Truth will ever be unpalatable to those
who are determined not to relinquish error,
but can never give offense to tlie lmnest and
well meaning, lor tlie plain-dealing remon
strances of a friend differ as widely from
the rancor ot an enemy as the friendly
probe of a physician from the dagger of an
assassin. _
An Ohio man, who passed around a
plate at a religious meeting for contribu
tions for the heathen, and then pocketed
the money, has been acquitted ot stealing
by a jury of the vicinage, on the ground
that he was the greatest heathen they knew,
and therefore .justly entitled to the money.
Robert Laird Collier is in favor of keep
ing every youth—boy and girl—at borne
nights until they reach the age ol twenty
mo-. If this could be done for one genera
tion much ol the wickedness oi the world
would disappear.
John Burns, San Francisco, has been de
clared insane for threatening to shoot his
wife ami set fire to his house. A local pa
per says that as the former is very homely
and the latter fully insured, the evidence is
weak. _
Jackson Freese, who has run a stage lie
tween Dover and Pittsfield,New Hampshire
for nineteen years past, is about to retire
from the road. In tlie course of his career,
as knight of the whip, Mr. Freese has driven
about 166,000 miles.
A Maine man has invented a new stylo ot
spring bed; it is wound up at night aud set
t-> the liqiir one desires to arise, on the ar
rival of which it turns the occupant out on
tlie tloor and curls it up hammock fashion
" Looker here, mister. 1 ain't complainin',
but tliis ere' nioosie stool you sold to my
wifi-, we've twisted it round' till we've
twisted otf uu's cad, and not a lia'porth o'
toon can we get out of Tin.
Punch remarked that the height of ex
travagance was going and buying a diary
for the new year, and then getting yourself
run over by a railway van.
One of the sufferers hv a late railway a<
cident v. as rushing wildly about, when some
one asked if he was hurt. "No," said he,
"but I can't find my meerschaum.'
The Chicago Times, in chronicling the
fact that a limn there married to get out of
jail, remarks that "some eliaps have a queer
idea of liberty."
"If the best man's faults were written on
hi* forehead, it would make him pull bis hat
over his eyes."
The worst kind of education—to be
brought up by a policeman.
mo neta ry.
Katvkday Evenino. Man* 11. 1ft 1. >
The money market continues very easy,
with only a light demand for discounts,
cither on the street or at bank, and an abun
dant supply of available capital. We still
quote 8 ®10 t* cent per annum for A1 notes
yvith approved collaterals, 10«• 11 for Al
business paper without collaterals, and 12
for good do; and 9 810 for Al mortgage aud
11 a 12 for second grade.
Gold opened at 111 a 111 1 * (against 111 s
at New York) aud dosed at the opening
rates. The safes included $3000 $4000.
$ 1500 and $9000 ;e: 111, and $1000. $10,000ami
$10,000 at 111 1 /. Nothing reported in
Foreign exchaege varied in accoixlunoe
with the course of the New York gold mar
ket, the closing figures showing a decline of
>s per cent. The transactions in sterling
summed up nearly £80,01)0, including i'18oo.
£3000 and £4000 bill of lading, and £4000
clear at 120'*; £3000., £4000, £4000, £ 1000 and
£.3000 clear at 120*4 : 2000. £2000 and £7500
at 120-V; 1'fiOOO at 120V® 120*4; £4000 and
£10,000 at 120 7 s; £3000 first class at 121 'q
£2500 bank at 121*4. aud £4000 private
bankers'at 109'4 gold. Sterling may now
1» quoted at 120'g a 120". for good to Al hill
of lading ami clear, ami 1214* a — for hank.
100,000 Al commercial francs sold at —.
Domestic exchange yvas a shade stiller.
The hanks drew on New York for remit
tance at '4 P cent discount, ami we not-ceil
sales of $15,000 bank sight on New York,
$25,090 private baukers' aud $25,000 hank
and private hankers' at 9-32 discount; $1>.
000 commercial, $25,0<H), $.>0,000 ami $lo,non
private hunkers' and $25:000 bank and pri
vate bankers' at .3-10; $20,000 commercial
ami $ti000. $18,000, $25,000. $30,000 ami $30.
000 private bankers' at V. and $1.3.000
thirty days eight on New York »t 1'4
Eight thousand dollars commercial gold
checks or New York were sold at 7-1G P
cent discount, ami $13,000 hank at 's.
Some of tlie hanks supplied remitters at
the hitter flue.
In stocks, 100 shares Slaughterhouse sold
(earlv) at $23: 11.3 do at $23 50; 115 do
(resale) at $23 75; 100 do, toward the close,
at $2t> 50—a marked advance; 100 Bunk ol
New Orleans at $42; 20 Louisiana Lottery
at $90; 50 preferred Calcasieu Sulphur
Mine at $31 50. and 50 Union Bank at $30.
The sales of bonds included $K-,0O0 new
city seven per cents at 7244.
Yesterday, not reported, $2000 new
Metropolitan Police sold at OS'*. Dealers
reported buying rates at 65 a 66 for new
State warrants, and 978 — for Metropoli
tan Police, new, aud selling at 60 5 t>8 for
tlie former, and 9889844 lor the latter.
We hear of nothing doing in city notes,
quotations for which are nominal.
Sutkdat Evening, March It, 1841.
Cotton—T he sales to-day summed up
9000 hales, at easier prices' for tiie lower
grades, but previous rates for the higher.
We modify our quotations accordingly,
and give also the Exchange figures which
are for even-running of its types, while
ours are for average lists, with the outside
rate for strict.
Average iExchange
........... 8 - —
........... —
........... 9\ t a 9\ 10
...........1Z S 1; a 13 13
...........14 a 14 l 4 14
...........14 a\\\ —
Low ordinal y .....
Good ordinary.....
Lew middling......
Middling......... .
Strict middling ...
Good middling.....
A style rather better than strict ordinary
sold at 9 T i> a 10c; strict good ordinary as
high as 11 7 eC, and a heifer style, but not
low middling, at 12«12*4C. The supply of
strict good ordinary was light, and the
demand being fair, it was held with more
firmness than yesterday. A stvle between
strict low middling ami Live
riiool middling
sold at 13'^c.
Stock on liain
September 1, !87o—
Arrived rxiiov
last statement —
Arrived previ
l 157,.:;;5
Cleared to-da
11 242
Cleared prcvi<
8* .418—
Burnt December .5..............
{Stock ou Laud and on shipboard—
. 281,725
We are ill
debted to the Ci
tton Exchange
for the following, received t!
is even
Receipts. Bril;.in.
. 1 led tli.O
!. 744 2:C'0
.. I f 85
No i folk.......
. 1,455
Halt injure....
. none
New York . .
.. 2,018
IstxitOll .
New Orleans..
.. 7.12,1 7,864
15,450 11,474
To-day's exports embraced 6164 bales to
Liverpool, 15"0 to Cork for orders, and
3378 to At twerp. We have deducted from
the stock as above 950 bales burnt on the
De Soto, which cleared on the twenty
fourth of December for New York
with 988 bales, of which only thirty
eight were saved, the amount not in
cluded in our clearances at the time, hut
deducted on news of the weeek. Re
eipts proper since last evening 7126 bales
against 6401 on last Saturday aud 2534 last
year, making a total proper since August
31 of 1,075,187 bales, against 879,112 last
Sugar—R eceived to-day 814 hhds. The
market is dull, and the supplies are selling
slowly. Prices are unchanged. Inferior. 444
dfe-jc: common, 6 'h li'.*c; good common, 7
it 7'*<■; fair, 744 <i 9c; good fair. ST a K'-jr;
fully fair, 8*4 89c; prime, JT aff'itc; strictly
prime. 944 «10e; choice, 10T ®10>e: yellow;
clarified. 11 ® 12c; white 12® 13c t' It.
Molasses —Received to-day 590 bl-ls.
The demand is fair and the supplies are
selling at 15 <825c for inferior fermenting,
37'* «■ 45c for good fermenting, 30c for cen
trifugal, and 46c for reboi'ed.
Flour —The supply is fair and the as
sortment is good, though the stock on ham!
i> by no means large, l'here is no demand
tor export, but for tin- local trade theaiove
uient is to a fair extent. Superfine is quoted
at $6 50, double extra at $7 25; treble
extra at $7 50 P bbl. About 1500 bids
were sold to day, of which 100 single extra
at $6 624*; 100 do at $7; 150 and I7-> treble
extra at $7 50; 200 do at $7 60, and 150
choice extra at $8 85 P bbl.
Corn —Is in fair supply and moderate
demand. About 7000 sacks were sold to
day. of which 800 red mixed at 69c; 200,
600 and 2000 white, and 200 anil 2000 white
and yellow, at 70c; and 900 white in dundoes
at 71c P bushel.
Oats —Are in light supply. Sales to-day
1000 sacks, of which 400 Ohio riverat64e;
300 St. Louis at 65c, and 150 Galena, second
hand bags, at 67c.
Bran —Is in light supply; 75 small sacks
sold at $1 30 P 100 lbs.
Hay — Prime and choice continue in light
supply and good job demand at $25 ®26 for
prime, and $27 a 28 for choice.
Pork —The market is very dull, with
mess offering at $-2 50 P bbl, aud no buy
ces. It is retailing at $22 75 8 23.
Dry Salt Meat —Shoulders are quoted
at 8»844 c; rib sides 9^2 ®9*4C; dear rib
sides 10 8) 1044c, and dull.
Breakfast Bacon —Twenty boxes West
ern sold at 1549c P lb.
Bacon —Is "very dull, and prices are
lower; 10 casks shoulders sold at 9 Vgc; 5 «lo
clear sides at 12c; 5 do at 12'sc; 5 do at
1244c; 15 tierces sugar-cured hams at 16c.
Shoulders are held at 944 ®94*c; clear rib
sides 11 r Hic; clear sides !2'4 ®T2*sc: sugar
cured hams 16 a> If'L-c P lb.
L ard —Is quiet but firm at 124* 812*40 for
steam and kettle in tierces, and 13 ® 1344c
for refined; kegs 14®14'ic P lb.
Corn Meai. —Tlie market has been dull
and prices have declined; 100 bids kiln
dried sold from store at $3 25 P bbl.
Whisky— Rectified wbiskys are almost
entirely neglected at wholesale, and quota
tions are nominal. Most holders ask 874*
®974*c P gallon, as in proof aud brand.
Bourbons in good request at full prices;
patent or domestic $1®1 25; pure $1 o0 a>.3
P gallon, as in age anil quality; 25 bbls
Bourbon (pure) sold at $1 50 P gallon.
Freights —There is no abatement m the
demand for room for cotton, and, under a
light supply of sailing tonnage, rates rule
firm. There is no steam room on the berth
for Liverpool. The offerings coastwise are
fair. We quote cotton to Liverpool, sail,
lid; to Havre, Bordeaux, Hamburg, Bremen.
Cronstadt, Genoa, and other continental
ports, sail, ITc P lb; oil cake to Liverpool,
sail, 35® 37s 6d P ton; cotton to New York
and Philadelphia lie steam; sugar to do,
steam $6, molasses $2.
Butter—T he market is witiout any
change. Choice Goshen continues scarce
and m demand at 43®44« 4' lb. Other
kinds are plenty and dull. We quote good
to choice Western at 24 827'*c; inferior at
l2o 18c; common Northern at 25 ®U0c P lb.
Cheese—C hoice Western factory is iu
light supply aud good demand at 14a P IB.
Reserve and English dairy dull at IT*c lb
for the former and 17c for the hitter.
Coffee—N othing doing from first.ha mis,
importers holding 9000 bags. We continue
to quote prime (gold duty paid) 15 'g 8 J5 3 4<',
good 14*4 ® 15c, fair 14'4 8 14'.-*c P ft*. The
jobbing demand is pretty good, dealers
having worked off some 7060 bags during
the last few days, largely on Western
Weekly Quotations of Hides, Etc,
The following report was prepared
by Messrs. Huy &. Melile. Their quota
tions represent actual sales at first
hands. Expenses fcikeu out, weighing,
bundling, drayage aud commission have to
be added;
Steer liiilec, eitv siuuehtei,6fver 1't tts, p
m .....................................- a> «Y
Steer hales, eitv stuugliter, 1*0 To W 16s.
p tt>..........'........................... — 8 9
Steel Indus, eat\ Blanchler, under 70 ths.
pit).......... - 8 9
Cow hides, <4iv slaughter, a« they run,
ptfi ......... — 8 9
Ki|is, erty slaughter, 90 to 24 t&a, ,P ffi----- — « I4
Kii>s, eitv slaughter, 25 to 30 m*, pm.....— 812
Call skins, each............................ — 8.*-l
Country hides, flint. 20 to 25 ths, P ffi..... — ®17f4
Country hides. Hint, damaged, half price.
Beeswax, prime yellow,P 16.............. — 82E
Ox horns, each............................ — ® 5
Tallow, pm.............................. 8 8 9
Tlie market ibr green salted hides is not
so buoyant, but last week's prices arc still
sustained, and the sales included 181)0 steers
at 9e, and 500 at ftTc. Dry fiiut are active,
and prime lots would realize a fra*-♦ ion over
our quotations.
River Intelligence.
6 i ndayJ1okni.no. March 12, 1*71. 1
Weather, Business, etc.—Y esterday was
a disagreeable day. In the morning it was
rainy and sultry, but toward noon it cleared
otf, ami the sun shone forth quite, bril
liantly. In fact, it was very warm in tlie
evening, aud occasionally slight showers of
rain fell. Business on the landiug was
brisk, though nut so much so as was antici
pated. The rain prevented a number of
steamers from receiving their engaged
freights, and consequently several of those
that were announced to leave laid over
until Monday. Among the arrivals were
the Carrie Converse, from Red river, with a
good trip of cotton; Wild Wagoner, from
Natchez, with a fair trip; St. John, from
Baton Rouge, with a cargo of sugar, etc.
The Henry Ames, from St. Louis, came iu
deeply laden with a general assortment of
W i-stern produce, and had also some pas
sengers. The Jennie Howell had a mod
erate trip.
The departures were tlie Belie of Alton,
with light trip, to Shreveport; Susie Silver,
with considerable sugar and miscellaneous
freight, to the iron pile tor railroad iron;
Texas, for Red river, with fair cargo; Com
monwealth, to St. lands, with good trip;
Bannock City, to lower coast, well laden;
Natchez, to Vicksburg, and Wild Wagoner,
to Natchez, with usual amount of freight.
The lb L. Hodge was lightly laden.
The May Lowry for Jefferson, Leasie
Taylor for Opelousas, Ozark for Bayou
Macon, Wauiiita for Pittsburg, and Gov
ernor Allen forCauiden were all moderately
laden. The last week was much more brisk
iu levee business tliau tlie preceding one.
and tlie prospects for the incoming week
are very good. The l iver here continues to
rise, and the upper rivers are all reported
as swelling gradually. Rates ot freight are
unchanged and firm.
'I be steamer Commonwealth, which ar
rived on last Friday, discharged her cargo,
and took on hoard another one. ot nearly
like siz.e, iu the small space ot thirty-live
The immense steamer. Janies Howard,
left tlie wharf last evening fertile iron pile,
whither slie goes to take on the small amount
of 1890 bars of railroad iron for St. Louis.
She has also engagements for 2000 sacks of
salt, and 120*1 boxes of Havana sugar, all of
which she "ill take on board before return
ing to the wharf to receive her regular cargo
for Sr. Louis. "It aiu't much of u day for
loading, neither," as Captain B. Kush
l'ogram remarks. The Howard leaves Mon
day at 51'. M.
The Mohawk and barges, of the .Missis
sippi Valiev Transportation Company's line,
will arrive'this morning with an immense
tow of freight from St. Louis. Among the
items of the. Mohawk tow are 11.94.3 barrels
of flour, 244 half barrels of flour. 2605 sacks
of oats. 1275 saeksof bran, 18,000 packages
of miscellaneous produce and other freights,
40,tio0 bushels of corn in bulk, beside 1200
tons of ice. The Mohawk is one of the
staunchest aud most reliable of the com
pany's boats, and this "blue ribbon" tow
which site now brings to port is the proof of
her po wer. The cargo which she will de
liver at this port will amount to full 5000
tons. The Moliawk will leave this evening
on return trip, with a full cargo of up river
freight, which Agent Burdeau has already
had loaded on barges.
Hon. George II. Rea, of Missouri, Presi
dent of the Mississippi Valley Transporta
tion Company, between St. Louis aud New
Orleans, ami one of the most energetic and
enterprising men of the age, leaves for Ins
home in St. Louis to-inorrow. For the past
in,.nth or so Mr. Rea lias been sojourning in
our city on a visit of business connected
with his line of towboats. During his stay
here he lias perfected arrangements for the
transportation of freight liom foreign as
well as home ports, via bis barge line, which
will prove of incalculable benefit to tlie
trade of New Orleans.
Air. Rea, though a resident of St. Louis,
is also deeply concerned in the welfare of
New Orleans. He has, through his energy
and business tact, au<l by his management
and perfection of the barge system of trans
portation, done more toward the enlarge
ment of the New Orleans trade by the re
duction of freight rates, anti by moving
grain in bulk, than any corporation or indi
vidual enterprise ever iu existence. He has
now on hand contracts for railroad iron,
granite, anthracite coal, etc., which will
■give employment to many steamers outside
of his barge line. Ho has also perfected ar
rangements with the Red River Packet
Company, whereby tlie Mississippi Valley
Transportation Company will give through
bills ol'lading from St. Louis to points on Rial
river at reduced rates. Mr. Rea will return to
New Orleans in April, and in the meantime
our citizens can depend up >u the fact that
he will be on the lookout lor their interests
as well as his own. We envy St. Louis in
the possession of such a citizen. Would
that New Orleans had a hundred like him.
Mr. Lu Kennctt left last evening on the
Ozark as second clerk.
The Mayflower telegraphs that she will
arrive this evening from Camden with
two thousand bales of cotton. Hurrah lor
the Mayflower.
The Post Boy will load iu the St. Louis
and New Orleans packet line for St. Louis,
ami will leave Tuesday, as we announced.
The St. John, for upper coast landings,
with Captain Greathouse in command, will
leave to-day at 10 A. M.
Our readers have already been informed
by telegraph ot the terrible tornado which
visited"st. Louis last Wednesday, and of
the damage to property. From the St. Louis
Democrat, of the ninth, we learn ot the fol
lowing damages done to the steamboats:
< )ne of our reporters liad himself conveyed
by the quickest route to the loot of Lesper
anee street and the vicinity of the sectional
docks, fearing that it hud struck there vio
lently. It had; but, fortunately, few steam
ers were there.
The Walter B. Dance had her chimneys
toppled overboard; tho top of the barber
shop parted company, aud the whole cabin
was displaced lour inches. The stern-line
of the Dance parted, otherwise she would
have been split into kindling wood.
Tl;e William J Lewis, an elegant boat,
brilliant in a new dress, provided her for
the Missouri river trade, and nearly ready
to load for her first trip of the season', parted
her lines. Her stem swung round, and she
suffered no injury.
The bridge boat Allen, hull of an old
steamer, went down the river out of sight.
The same fate befell the Rubicon, which bad,
but a few hours previously, been removed
from a locality where she would not have
felt the- severity of the gale. Several
barges and other inferior craft were dis
lodged at the same time, and went adrift.
% Opposite the foot ol^Chouteau avenue is
situated the "Pittsburg eoal dyke." The
ferry-boat America, which plies there, hail
her chimney and upper works blown down.
She was brought to this side of the river.
Her pilot, Richard Johnson, was very seri
ously hurt, aud had to be carried to the
vehicle wbioh conveyed him where surgical
aid could be .at once secured. His tongue
was nearly severed. It is said that three
teamsters' on the boat also received in
Further up the river we come, on the.
west bank, to fllie ferry wharf boat, and the
barge company's wliarf-boat, ail of which
felt the blow, but suffered no injury. The
Merchants' Southern wbarl-boat was saved
by her chains, mud the fact that the, steam
ers Yaeger and John Kyle lay outside of
and against her.
The New Orleans Packet Company's
wharfboat reeled aud lunged, parted most
of her lines, and swung out some distance,
to the utter consternation of the unsus
pecting j(ersons on board, but neither this
nor the steamer Olive Branch, alongside,
were hurt in the least,
Tlie tornado passed the Keokuk wharf
boat with a slight pressure, but rudely
jostled that of the Memphis Packet Com
pany, shoving it out a few yards.
lu bold relief, lying against tlie Illinois
shore, opposite tlie foot of Biddle street,
lies a badly wrecked steamer, the large
packet Mollie Able, which was to leave to
morrow for New Orleans, but must defer
that sort of business to another day. A
.visit to the Mollie Aide disclosed the fact
that lier chimneys are down, and her cabin
fearfully wrecked and twisted. Fortunately
there were but few persons on board, and
lto one was hurt. The damage to the boat
will! probably reach $6000.
James Jenkins, colored, was sent to jail
at St. Louis on the seventh, in default of
$1000 bond, for cutting Ben Dixon, a hand
on the City of Alton.
The Henry C. Yeager for this port, from
St. Louis, has au immense amount of flour
among her cargo. She. received part of the
flour direct from tlie cars, the railroad
ferryboat having been brought directly
alongside, and tlie flour rolled on board.
She has 1500 tons lor this port.
Dnrfee Sc. Peck^of Leavenworth, will run
four boats iu the mountain trade, the Nellie
Peek, E. II. Durfee, Far West and Ida
The Mollie Moore is loading at Pittsburg
for St. Louis aud Missouri river.
The Far West is loading at Pittsburg for
Fort Benton.
Marine Intelligence.
Sunday, March 12, 1871. }
Steamship I C H.-inia, FarwelL lor Bhuob Santia
go \iu Galveotou
Ship Alhambra, Chism, for Liverpool
Ship Young Fugle, Perkins, for Liverpool
Ship Hauuah Morris, Morris, for Antwerp
Norwegian Constant in, Henrickseii, for Cork, for
Schooner Florida, Burns, for Pensacola
Schooner I> Gilford, Steelman, for Charleston
Steamer Commonwealth. Sedam, tor St Loua 0
Steamer Susie Silver, Shields, for Loui*\ ille
Steamship St Mary, Hawthorne, from Imiianola via
Galveston, to C A Whitney Aico—1st district 9
Bark Mary. Campbell, 4 days from Havana, in bal
last, to Thorndike, Nortou &co—Point
Bark Prima l>ouna. Briggs, 6 days from Matunzus,
to K Caseaux—Point
Bark Thomas Cochran, King. 6 days from Matan
zas. iu ballast, to Puig Bros—Point
Bark Sylvia W Swasey, Swaeey, 4 days fiom Ha
vana. in ballast, to Decau, Zeregu ii.es— 1st dis
trict 29
Brig S K Kennedy. Duncan, 5 days from Havana, to
Ocean, Zerega Atco—1st district 28
Schooner Win Fisher, from Ruatnu Island, to M De
Gregorio—2d district P T
Schooner Mattie W Atwood, Newcomb, IT days
from Boston, to master—1st district
Schooner Fancy, Neilsou, 5 days from Ruatan Is
land. to S Fernandez—2d district P T
Leviathan, Sturtevant, from the Passes-Towed
down and to sea, 4th instant, ships La Louis
iane and Cashmere, and hark Feycu—Brought
up schooner Mattie \V Atwood
Lonv Star, Burdick, from the Passes—Towed down
aud to sea, shi|*s Giant's Causeway. Palmyra.
Constance and liudson—Brought up barks 'fhos
Cochrau, Mary and Prima Donua. and schooner
Mohawk. Arnold, from St Louis, with 3 barge#
Henry Ames, Jacobs, from St Louis.
J S I»usham, Desinukes, from Fort Smith.
Wild Wagoner. Goddin, from Natchez.
Si John. Greathouse, Baton Rouge.
Jennie Howeli. Halliday, from \V hite river.
Carrie Converse, Rea. from Shreveport.
Flicker, Aucoin, from Lafourche.
Frances, Blakeslee. from Mobile.
Ship Tylgia. Janeen, 42 days from Liverpool, to
Meeker. Knox fcco—
Ship Citv ol Boston, Wyman. 16 days from Pbila
delphia, in ballast, to Decan, Zerega <kc«>—
Ship Arcturus, Edwards, 15 days from Philadelphia
to Geo A Fosdick kco—
Ship Antarctic. M« Stoker, from Liverpool Jan 21,
to Decau, Zerega &co—
British bark Mary Lowerison, Henderson, 5 care
from Matanzas, in ballast, to Puig Bros—
Russian bark Launcetar, Lungnin, 6 days from Ha
vana; in ballast, to W R Buddeudortf—
Bark Ada Carter, Kennie, 5 days from Matanzas,
to Clialfraix L Agar
Bark Maggie Hammond, Seott, from Liverpool Jan
4, to Lovell & Bailey—
Swedish brig Preference, Walilen, from Rio de
Janeiro Jan 24. to Chatfraix Ac. Agar—
Brig Amalia, li age man, 4 days from Havana, in
ballast, to master—
Swedish bark Faleo, Land sou, 4 days from Havana,
to W R Buddeudortf—
Norwegian brig Havre, Lawrenson, 9 days from
Havana, in ballast, toW R Buddemiortt—
Schooner Louisa Wilson. Holt, 17 days from New
York, to G W Ilynson Alco—
Schooner Etna, Pizailo, 7 days from Ruatan Island,
to G Grande—
Schooner James O'Donohue, Smith, 5 days from
Havana, to Chattiaix At Agar—
LIVERPOOL—Ship Alhambra—1000 hales cotton
3600 staves
LIVERPOOL—Ship Young Eagle—3600 staves 2364
b.ii<*s cottou
PENSACOLA—Schooner Florida—100 bbls flour 20
sks bran 1200 sks corn 20 bags cotfee 10 cks bacon
95 pkgs mdse
CORK (for orders)—Bark Constantin—1500 bales
CHARLESTON—Schooner D Gitloru—5102 ska of
ST LOUIS—Steamer Commonwealth—1 puncheon
1 C Harris—500 bbls dour 100 bags cotfee 166 pkgs
ANTWERP—Ship Hannah Morris—2000 staves 3370
bales cotton
LOUISVILLE—Steamer Susie Silver—1300 bars of
railroad iron
Mary—104 bales cotton 40 tes beef 107 bbls beef 143
head cattle and sundries
ship 1 C Harris—$ 120,540 in specie 175 head cattle
340 head hogs aud sundries
RUATAN ISLAND—Schooner William Fisher—900
bunches bananas 20,000 plantains 3000 cocoauuts 1
bid limes
MOBILE—Steamer Frances—22 bales cotton and
NATCHEZ—Steamer Wild Wagoner—853 hales of
cotton 223 sks cotton seed 14 sks seed cotton and
BATON ROUGE—Steamer St John—16 bales cot
ton 70 hhds sugar 337 bbls molasses 47 sks cotton
seed 2 sks seed cotton and sundries
WHITE RIVER—Steamer Jennie Howell—1426
bales cottou and sundries
SHREVEPORT—Steamer Currie Converse—1214
bales cotton 85 sks cotton seed 9 bales hides aud
LAFOURCHE—Steamer Flicker—75 bbls molasses
3 bales cotton 48 hhds sugar 196 half bbls molaoses
and sundries
SHREVEPORT—Steamer Dew L Tally—1566 bales
cotton and sundries
FORT SMITH—Steamer'J S Dunham—1305 bales
cotton and sundries
ST LOUIS—Steamer Henry Ames—3382 sks corn
122 bales cotton and sundry produce
ST LOUIS—Rteaiuej' Mohawk and barges—11,045
bbls flour 244 half-bbls flour 2603 sks oata 1275 sks
bran 40,000 bushels of corn in bulk and sundry pro
ERN RAILROAD, March 11—508 bales cotton and
sundry produce
March 11—340 hhds sugar 17 bbls molasses 161
bales cotton 13 sks seed cotton 3 bbls sugar 2 kegs
1 half-bbl molasses 49 head cattle 76 head calves
and sundries
day formed a Copartnership, under the style
and firm of HINOK 4t CO., for the purpose of carry
ing on the Stationery, Printing and Bookbinding
business, at No. 117 Common street.
New Orleans. February 1, 1871. mhlOCt
R ooms to rent—one or two fink,
large, airy, comfortably Furnished Rooms can
be had in a private family, with or without board,
where tlie French and English languages are
spoken, and free from the annoyance of children,
by applying at No. 321 fit. Ann Btreet, ooruer of
Derbigny. The cars pass within a few doors of
the house. Terms very moderate. oc30
For Greenville, Viekubur* and the Bends.
1-eaves every THURSDAY, at 0 P. M.
For Greenville, Arttyle,
Suiinv Side. Kgg's Point. Barnard,
Grand Lake, Lent a. Maryland,
. ...... <*■,r/.iimi Pilcher's Point. Skip
with. Lake Providence, Transylvania, Goodrich's.
Milliken's Bend. Duckuort, Vicksburg. Grand Gulf,
St. Joseph, Rodney, Waterproof, Natchez. Bayou
Sara. Baton Rouge. Maqneinme. IJonaitlsonv- le stud
sill intermediate and Coast landings—The new anu
magnificent steamer
J. M. Whitk, Master; T. J. Howakb, Clerk:
Will leave as above, and will land all Coast i assen
i'ers with their freight.
^mnects at Vicksburg with packets for a.J
polits on the Y'azoo and Tallahatchie rivers
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
A. Al GREF.N, Agent.
si,1.8 No. 196 Gravies street.
St. S.oniH and New Orleans Packet Com
Illinois Central Railroad Packets.
h For Jlemiiliis, Cairo and
the Bends—Tlie fine passenger
steamers of this line will leave as
..........L. T. BKLT, Master
Leaves on TUESDAY. March 14, at •"> P. -' ! -
RICHMOND ..................... GREEN: Master
Leaves on THURSDAY, March 16, at 5 F. M.
OLIVE BRANCH..............McCORD. Master
Leaves on SATURDAY, March 18. at 5 F. M.
Giving through hills of lading to all points on the
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, Nashville anu
Northwestern Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio
Railroad—also to 8t. Louis.
Through Tiekets furnished at lowest rates to juI
points bust, West aud North, by all the various
routes via Memphis, (Jairo and St. Lou s. State*
rooms secured at General Office, Common
A. A. WOODS, General Agent,
104 Common street.
C. G. WAYNE. Freight Agent.
37 Natchez street.
JOHN N. BOFINGER, President.
Bills of lading for all freights over tho Illinois
Central Railroad; signed at the office ol
mii'CT Tl'PirVI
26 Caron de let street.
Will Take Freight from
_New Orleane on first-das* steam
Cairo, Chicago, and AU Point. North,
West and Kant, nt the Lowest Katea.
All rates and all through hills of lading from New
Orleans by above route given, signed and recog
nized only at the General Office of the Company,
No. 26 Carondelet street.
Shippers by this route save all drayage and trans
fer charges at Cairo, and their goods are always
under rover, and no charges aie made for forwdar
jalt General Agent.
Mi««i»*ippl Valley Transportation Com
Leaves SUNDAY, March 12, at 5 P. M.,
For SU Lou In, Cairo ' Con
necting with Illinois Central Kail
road) aud Memphis—The steamer
J. P. Arnold, Master,
Will leave ;u; above. For freight apply on board
or to J. T. BURDEAU. Agent.
No. 18 Poydras street.
Freight taken for Chicago and all points ou the
Illinois Central railroad and its connections.
Leavesou TUESDAY, March 14. m 5 P. M.
k For St, holds, Cairo. Jinn
phis, Vicksburg and way
s—The side-wheel steamer
L. T. Belt. Master: Charles W. Pomkroy, Clerk;
Will leave as above.
For freight or passage apply to
No. 17 Tchoupitoulas street.
Cbrner Common and Delta streets,
mlill LORD 4c McPEAKK, No. TOGravier street.
>I«*reliant**' Southern Packet Company,
Connecting with Illinois Central and Nashv ille and
Nort h west eru rai 1 roads.
Leaves on MONDAY. March 13. at 5 P. M.
k For St, Louis, Cairo. .Mem
5 !phis, Vicksburg and the Bends—
The tirst class passenger steamer
13. R. Pkoram. Master.
Through bills of lading to all landings on White.
Arkansas and Cumberland rivers.
General Agents.
mhlO No. 135 Gravier street.
Bayou lies (daize*> and AtehafaSaya
Leaves on TUESDAY, March 14. at 5 P. M..
k For Evergreen, Enter*
prise, Cotton Port. Junction. Mo
reauville, Big Bend, Hamburg
_____and all landings on Bayou Des
Glaizes. old river and Atehafalava rivti to bimuis
port—The new passenger steamer
W. Bcrton, Master; R. C. Barrow. Clerk;
Will attend to business in lower Old river to Wil
liamsport aud Coast. For freight or passage apply
onboaid. mh 12
Vnited States Mail Ouachita Packet Line,
Leaving every WEDNESDAY aud SATURDAY, at
5 P. M
For Camden and all Inter
mediate landings on tlie
Ouachita river—The new and Hue
passenger steamer
Joseph W. Carlton. Master, J. Rick, Clerk,
Will leave positively as above, making close con
nection and giving clear hills of lading for Bayou
Macon, Little River, Tensas, D'Arbonue and Bar
tholomew, and all the tributaries of the Ouachita
For further particulars apply on hoarder to
mhl2 J. W. CARLTON, bteauier Mayflower.
New Orleans and Shreveport Weekly
Kxprewtt Packet,
Leaves evory SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.
For Shreveport, Grand
Bayou, Grand Keore. Alexandria,
Norman's and Harbin's Landings—
Tlie new, elegant and fast passen
ger steamer
John A. Brunkk, Master: G. C. Hamilton. Clerk;
Will leave positively as above, pui ting passengers
through to Jefferson in three days and a half. For
freight or passage apply on hoard or to
N. O. DONOHUE, 110 Gravier street,
fe25 J. K. CARLIN, 4 Tchoupitoulas .street.
TenNaa and Bayou fflaooa Packet.
Leaves EVERY TUESDAY, at 5 P. M.
For Delhi, Mouth of Joe's
Bayou, Warsaw.Crockett's, Egypt
Landing. Osborne's, Chandler's.
IGabeau's Landing. Black aud Lit
tle riverB, and intermediate landings—The first
class and fleet passenger packet
R. G. Rawlings, Master; P. A. Work. Clerk
Will leave as above. For freight or passage apply
on board, or to ^ W. M. SBRLS,
No. 4 Common street.
Freight and passengers taken for all coast laud
in K»- ml>7
FOlv l' ADdMS.
Leaves every MONDAY' aud FRIDAY at 5 P. M.,
For Fort Adams-Jhe
United States Mail Paeket
Johm C. Liha.no, Master
Will leave as above for all towns aud plantation
landings above Port Hudson For freight or pas
sage apply to 8INNOTT It ADAMS.
A olerk will be found on the landing every day to
reoeive freight. m h 4
New Orleans, Const, Baton
Rouge and Grosse Tete Railroad
^semi weekly passenger packet
w. R. Grkathocsr, Master; Jambs McEi.rot, Clerk,
Will leave New Orleans every SATURDAY, at5P.
M., and WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M. For freight or
passage apply on board, or to
foSfen K. O. MKLANCON, 11 Conti street.
Regular Lower Connt Packet-Twlce a
at 12 M.
Far the Fort*, Boras,
Point a-la Ha chc and all planta
tion landings—The new steamer
(in place of the Bradish Johnson.)
J«p». Posbt, Master. O. Canton, Jr., Clerk.
Will leave as above, returning every Monday
and Thursday. J. M. PRTKlusON.
J*» 164 Gravier street.
The fast sailing iron stean*
Is now rereiving freight at her wharf, foot cd Cal
liope street, for the above ports, and « - »ai] on
FRIDAY. March 10, at 5 F. M.
Freight and passage at very low raw s,
steamer Kelso leaves regularly every ten day s
nass.-v'e..........*W Deck passage......
Goods insured on our open policy ut lowest rates.
For freight or Agent, '
Corner Camp and Common strict*.
mhS 3t _ Story bnialuig.
North Germnn L.loyd.
The Steamships of the
'North German Lloyd have lcstinietl
{IHurM^trips, and will run hereafter as
Steamer. From Bremen. From New Orleans.
HANNOVER...........March 4. A P ril ®
FRANKFURT..........April 15. May ZO.
HANNOVER........... May 13. Juuel*.
Touching both ways at Southampton and Havana
to receive and laud passengers and freight.
From Bremen or Southampton to Havana or New
FIRST CABIN.............................* i:iJ Go,<,
STEERAGE................................ * 40 Goid
From New Orleans or Havana to Southampton,
Havre or Bremen:
FIRST CABIN............................ * lr >0 Gold
STEERAGE................................ sf45 Go,d
From New Orleans to Havana:
VlRST CABIN.........................S 50 I'nrreney
These steamers have no second cabin.
Passage tickets from Bremen or Southampton to
Havana or New Orleans issued by the undersigned.
For passage, freight aud further particulars ap
ply to
mh7 No. 42 Union street.
Comprising the first-class steamships
CRESCENT CITY.........Captaiu George L. Norton.
SHERMAN....................Captain A. Blanchard.
GENERAL MEADE.........Captain A. W. Sampeon.
UNITED STATES...............Captain --- -
MISSISSIPPI...................Captain W. P. Henry.
WESTERN METROPOLIS......Captain H. S. Quick.
EMILY B. SOUDER.......Captain Miner B. Crowell.
H. S. QUICK. Commander.
Will leave her wharf, foot of Jefferson street, on
SATURDAY. March 18. at 8 A. M.
These steamers have superior accommodation,
f0r ST£age............................*50
Steerage Passage......................... ®,
Bills of lading signed through to Liverpool, Glaa
f ow, Bremen and Hamburg. Through tickets for
rst-class aud steerage passengers for Liverpool
aud the Continent, connecting with Guinn's Line of
Steamers, sailing from New Y'ork every Wednesday
For freight or P— pDWI68EK>
No. 190 Common street.
The steamship MISSISSIPPI will follow, leaving
on SATURDAY. March 25, at 8 A. M.
For New York Direct.
Phi, Line is composed of the Steamships
The Steamship
WHITEHEAD, Cmen,under.
SATURDAY, March 13. at 8 A. M.
Will leave her vfian, foot of Toulouse street, a,
Freight for Liverpool. Bremen and Havre taken
hv tins line, and through bills of lading given for
tlie same. For freight or passage applv to
au28 No. 41 Carondelet street.
To sail on SATURDAY, March IE. ut 8 A. if.
The steamship
WHITEHURST. Commander.
Will leave her wharf, i^posite Toulouse *■'-cef, as
Cabin Passage- to New Y'otle................ *50
For freight or passage, having unsurpassed ac
commodatious. apply to
No. 39 Carondelet street.
Bills Lading signed through to Liverpool.
Tlie steamship LODONA, Hov'ey, conn.under,
will follow and sail ou her regular day. mtll
Carrying United States Mail.
To sail FRIDAY, March 17, at 6 P. M.
For Philadelphia, via Ha*
•vana—The fine Al steamship
DOUGHTY. Commander.
Will leave as above from her wharf, oppos'te Jack
sou Square.
Bills of lading signed through to New York Bos
ton and Providence.
F'or freight or passage, applv to
'RFEVT. Agent,
35 Csrondelet street, corner Gravier.
The steamship YAZOO, Catharine, commander,
wiii follow, and sail ou her regular day. fe26
A CAN, is now loading, and will have quick
dispatch. For balance of freight, apply to
Corner Carondelet aud Gravier streets.
The proprietor of the CANAL STREET EX
CHANGE, No. 260 Canal street, corner of Mara.a,
will hsroaiter set a
Free Lunch, Morning and Evening,
for the comfort of his friends and customers.
Best W ines and Liquors constantly on hand,
mh 12 3t'
By L. O. Emerson.
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author. Entirely new. Choirs and congregations
are delighted with it.
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March 15.
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