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1' OptIVWS NNW ORLEANS DEEOLT, Thureay vening,April 1877. S 12W OBLtaII CLEaING HOUL6 81 ...........81, 14,896 7 1 00,,07 68 ,e ............. 1,762,912 68 177,628 11 ............. 1,889,0 97 1689,228 47 1 .1,854,778 14 187,419 08 .1 .......· ·.... 1,36,792 88 184,88 42 i ss fatr this week....$7,867,9O6 25 1929.210 78 s time lst week.. 0.74,690 96 911,918 6 S faetlt week........ 6,40,690 96 9 9,96 65 S. week before.... 9,198,851 0 1,87a 474 47 i he moey market was unchanged. A fair k. lu-e was done in Gold at previous rates. oretn iExohange was stronger, but the move. miI was moderate, with a better demand. Com a m0al Sight on New York advanced a shade. S 'ibgrD ooatinued firm. State Consols and Pre p salut 3onds cloned Isightlyl easier but a lairi ` cweas lll l done a both. Nicholls' Police Oer i saten were stronger for February. while Per , m ,Warrants were quoted at a slight decline. ; Agreearbly to the notioe of the Adminitrator of flanee to receive bids for the sale to the city of $100,000 of Old City Bonds, the following were . ered, but refused, being above the parity of prmu lmum Bonds: eslwnege & eohaffer, ten per cents, 1871, SI. Newman & Bro., ten per cents, 1871, 8200, at L Newman & Bro., ten per cents, 1871, $1100, e, .l iewman & Bro., seven per cents, 1870, 88000, e'. . bowman & Bro., seven per cents, 1869, $50, L ewman & Bro., seven per cents, 1869, $1000, 1. . biewman & Bro., Carrollton bond, $50, at I ~~Newman & Bro., gold certificate, $298 30, at ] C Ohapman, ton per cents, 1871, $8000, at i b OChapman, ten per cents, 1871, $5000, at S ownsend & Lyman, railroad bonds, $4000, at Townsend & Lyman, seven per cents, 1809, S~Townsend & Lyman, Waterwoiks, $1200, at O Grande Fournier, gold certifioate, $9201, at Y Total amount, $32,488 91. The Administrator of Finance will receive pro g9IIalS for sale to the city of $100,000 bonds, either S*d city or premium bonds, until Thursday noon, a We learn that the conversion of old city bonds w, ; premium bonds is progressing very favor b, and that over $100,010 have been exchanged --. > g* the past week. We continue to quote: Exceptional commercial - l - 8 per cent per annum discount; Al ý *t10,; second grade do. 12@15; collateral e ; 9frst elass mortgages 8@9, and seo g edo. 1012. God opened at 104%@104%, against 104% at SYork, and,after a air business, closed at the ein rates against 105 in that market. The summ up 68000, embracing 8000 and aI t 104., 800 at 1o4 11.16, *10,000 at li4Y, 1~ ., 10,100 at 104%@104., and $18,000 ant 14100 at l04%. ign Excnange was stronger, but the move Saent was moderate. The sales of sterling comprised £20,000. em an A£2000 A1 lear and £2000 bill of lading at £U, £1t00, £8300 and £4500 bill of lading at W.. £1000 Al clear at 600, £1000 bank at 508%, £2000 bank at 509,. Ihe only sale of francs reported was 50,000 gemarolal at 4.C6V4. At the close sterling bills were quoted at 505/, zI for bill of lading and Al clear, and -@ UF" Ibr bank (bank counter rate at --@510) " s om. at firstname.lastname@example.org,1 for commercial and -.alunl for bank. The bales gf New York eight comprised $222. embraelng $2,000 commercial and $25,000 at 1 % cent premium, 00,000U commercial bank at 9:88 $20,000 and $28,000 private kers and $20,00d and S80,000 bank at 5-16. he banks continued to cheok on New York at Qi' 3C ent premium, while commercial sight was -uotL d at -@3-16, against -@0-32 yesterday. The following is the official statement of the n1,es reported to-day at the Stook Exchange: 10 shares Workingmen's Bank......... $20 50 _10,O00 State Conso s at................ 6.t 0,000 do ................ 64 0,000 do ............ . 4 do ....t. 80 flat... 64 lin a total of $48,000 State Consoles. 800 Premium bonds ............... 82 do ............... 33 total of $148,500 Premium Bonds. ' 900 Nchols Per Diem Warranlts.... 851 1,000 do do 85+ 0 do do 88 800 do do 800 do do 87 Stocks continued firm. lState Consols and Premium Bonds were in fair gE qtet but rather easier at the close than yes 9id.., the former closing at 68%(@641., and the 1Noholls Iolioe Oertificates were stronger, while Per Diem Warrants were quoted rather er, Mr the former closing at 90,@91%/, and the a. b t --@89 . COMMERCIAL. .OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOORAT, Thursday Evening, April 5, 1877. uQtwalons represenL prices for round lots from 1r hands, unless othlerwise slated. bI ftlUini WSilL orders higher vrices are paid. eably to a numerously signed petition, on the bulletin board, the Cotton Ex will be closed to-morrow at 11:3J a. m. tllat p. m., most of its members desiring to gite in the citizens' meeting in Lafayette OTON-Tho sales to-day were con8ned to bales, mostly at a decline of 1pe, bet many botors refeusing the ruling ratee. Our quotations a redneuced a partial Yo in Striot Middling and ldgher grades, and ,o on most of the lower. gv also the figures and report of the Ex as below: Gen'l Quotations. Ex. Q. .................... 7%@ -. Ordinary....... . . @ 8 - . .. . .. .... 9. Ordinary ............. Ordinary. ........1. A 10 10 Good Ordinary......1t 1 - Middling..............10%11 IM Low Middling........1 .: @ aiddr ............. .11 1 . .. .............1 13 - The market opened Inanimate with only a nquiy and being subsequentiy still ds eisd by the decline reported at Liver. the later decline at New York, continued r hout the day, with few or no buyers t a reduction of /o, some of them claim Satll greater concessions. Under these dir. enmstanes, in accordance with the actual sales, which, it will be observed, were confined to 1950 'balsa, we have modified our quotations as noted bov_ but at the same time it should be re that it would have been difoult or per. lmgaectiable to go on to any considerable athe figures accepted, most factors ad. to their previous pretensions. Sdipatohes reported Liverpool quieter at With no quotable change, but at 2 p, m. *1 lower for Uplands, with sales of 10,000 it and arrivals 1.16d lower; Harre dull at r prices, with the quotations for Low Mid. reduced 1 franc (the current quotation yee. hatvin been 78 instead of 77,1 and New ull a.d easler at noon, with no quotable In spots, but at 2:16 p. m. reported steady S of 1-16c and futures 8-10008-100O it noon, but closing at a net improve. of only 1.10006.1000. •i. ta4ge makes the amount on ehipboard - 1 ared Ieore to-day's eports, 46,186 bales, 1,98, for liverpool, 15,150 for Havre, I foe the North ee, .221 for Bremen, 1167 i. IIethe eMetditerranean, 86 for Mex a of which Ls on sake. ab6., to lldad, was quoted at Gal lat >d at Y . at 110: at Bavan st 1 Iat aotn Ii-o 1 at I at ,.. Sig hº ua a OOwTOW 1wwmArI. Stock on banhd Sept, 1 lS-bale .......... w.esf va since Iee statement.... 675 prriv reviouslt.........1,287,907--1,95,5592 -" 1,517,906 01eared to-day ........ 1.....01º, lared previously ............. l,os4,38-l.09.,,4 Stock on hand and on shlp- 2 1 board, not oleared ........... ,15 Same time last rear............. 24,090 To-day's exports embroaced 8100 bales to Liver pool, 4242 to Havre, 1700 to Revel, and 2260 to New York. Beceipts proper since last evening 187 bales, against 806 du last Thursday and 080 last year making an aggregate since Friday evening of 8281 bales, against 11,678 last week and 19,658 iast year. Total ince August 81, 1,105,408 bales, against 1,200,142 last year-decrease 100,784. The Exchange teegmras maRe the receipts at ail the ports from 12 m. yesterday to 12 m. to day 209 bales, agalnst 1808 last week and 4441 last year, and since Friday 22,842 bales, against 28,549 last week, and 45,627 last year. Total since August 81, 8,782,401 bales, against 8,799,719 up to Wenesday noon, April 5, last year Exports (Friday eo Wednesday inclusive) to Great ritsln 26,884 bales, against 23,819 last week and 40,478 last year, and to the Continent 10,007 bales, against 14 082 bales last week and 20,052 last year. Ltooks at all the delivery ports, made up to 12 m., 705,849 bales, against 728,705 last week, and 009,418 last year. TOBACCO-The only sale reported to-day was 2 hhds. The amount on sale is estimated at 4600 hhds, We continue to quote as follows: Unsound and frosted lnges @8>,oc inferior Ings 4@41o, low 4%'@51o. medium 66@6, good to fine 'few oeaf @8o, medium 8, 100, good 10'll0, fine 12 ,@,18,o, and seleo tions 14yS,@lo. teceilved since last evening, none; exported, none; stobk on hand by our running state ment 0181 hhds. FREIGHT--Yesterday we reported a ship fixed for Liverpool at 18-824 for cotion, and one for Havre at 13-.1o. The market continues ex tremely dull, and the supply of steam-room ex ceeds the demarnd. Corn is now taken by steam to Liverpool at 8d f4 bushel, which, it we mistake not, is the lowest on record at this port. There Is very little offering coastwise, but If Western shippers wish to send their produce to New York or other Atlantic oities via this port, on through bills of lading the agents of our coastwise lines of steamers will be found ready to accoommodate them at extremely low rates. At present little is offering besides cotton, and a limited amount of sugar, melasses and hides. We quote as fol lows: By steam--otton to Liverpool 11-324; to Bre men 1D-824d to New York 7-10o: to Boston, I'rovl dence, Fall River, Philadelphia and Baltimore, via New York, ,o. Grain to Liverpool 8d. By stil--Ootton to Liverpool 18-82d; to HBare 18.10o; to Bremen '@15-1lo; to the Baltic yd@l7-82d; to Malaga Ic; to Boston 1/y, grain to Liverpool 10d. SUGAR--RBeeived this morning 868 hhds. The local trade is dull, and only levee dealers and speculators are buying to a limited extent at previous prices. All the receipts sold: Cistern bottoms 8%@4,o, Interior 5@6%o, com mon 7Vo, good common 7%0, fair 8o, fully fair 83(@8,c, prime 8%o, strictly prime to choice C;o, choice 90, seconds 8@9o, centrfgatr l o, yellow clarified 10@10%o, whites 11@ li~e i8 lb. MOLABBES-Beoeived this morning 415 bbls. Good demand and all the receipts sold. Prices have an upward tendenoy. Common 80@889o; fair 85@8600; good fair 87@38e: prime 42o: trietly prime 40@47o, and choice I48(500 1 gallon. PLOUR--Buyerb are claiming lower prices, but the market is very strong, and the stook is mostly withheld under limitations from the West. 1200 bble sold, of which 25 double extra at $7; 150 low treble at $7 85; 76 good do. at $750; 50 choice treble at $7 75; 125 and 25 do at $8; 25, 100 and 200 choice extra at $8 12,; 25 at $8 25; 25 and 50 do. at $8 60 0 bbl. Dispatches from St. Louis to day instruct to hold at 18 75 for choice; $8 40 for second, and $8 for third brard of the mill, Ie ceived this morning 5246 bble. Common is quoted at $4 60@5, fine $5 25(@5 50, superfine $5 75.06, single extra $6 25@6 50, double extra $6 75@7, low treble extra $%@47 25, good do $7 50@7 82,, choice treble extra $8@ 8 25, choice extra $8 60, choice family and fancy 68 50@8 75 ' bbl. CORN MEAL-The market is 100 stronger to. day, and the sales were mostly at yestorda)'sout side prices and the above advance; 710 bbls sold, of which 25 and 100 on the landing at $2 50; 25, 0O, 50, 50, 200 and 50 at $2 40; 80 and 80 bbls at $2 37', ' bbl. A receiver sold 50 half barrel bags at $1 1io nag. Dealers are jobbing at 12 75 11 bbl. Only 806 bble came in this morning. The market closed strong at $2 50 wholesale. GRITS AND HOMINY-Grits are dull at $8 f5 on the landing; jobbing at $8 85. Hominy dull at $8 25@ 50, jobbing at $ 75$11 bbl. PORK--The market is quiet but steady at yes terday's improvement. Mess is held at $15 75 ( bbl. Last evening 680 bbls sold, to arrive, at $1550. To-day 50 bbls sold, spot, on private terms. Dealers are Jobbing at $16 25@16 50 : bbl. Chicago opened this morning at $14 2u@14 223, May, a decline since noon yesterday of 20(@22yo. Later-$14 20 May. DRY SALT MEAT-Is in fair supply and quiet, but steady. Shoulders, packed, are held at ~%o, and 50 and 100 boxes sold on the landing at that prioe. 20 boxes sold on private terms. Clear rib sides are quoted nominally at 8%c; clear sides 8 %o 11 lb. Dealers are jobbing shoulders at 6c; clear rib sides 8%0; clear sides 8;c 1 lb. BACON- Shoniders are in supply but there is no demand for them. They are quoted nomi nally at 6%o 9 lbT. The demand for sides is on y in a job way at 9@9to for clear rib and 9'/,@9.c for clear. 10 casks clear rib sold at tio, 5 at 9%O 1 lb, and 80 boxes clear rib and clear sides, at the depot, on private terms. Dealers are jobbing shoulders at 7c; clear rib sides at 9',c, clear sides J0%o 1 1lt,. HaMS--Continue in abundant supply. Choice sugar-cured are quoted at 90100 for large, 11l 11/o for ordinary average and 11x@511roc for small sizo. Dealers' job prices are to above these. To-day 25 tierces sold on the landing on private terms. LARD -'Tiero is quoted at 9y@69%e for pack ers' and 100 for refined; keg iU%@0lo o 54 lb. Dealers obtain %o above these prices in their job trade. Most of the stock of packers' has been ordered off the market for Europe, and that left on hand consists mostly of refined. PACKERn' HOG PRODUOTS-Pigs feet are selling at $1 15@1 20 per keg, $2 50 W bbl; spare ribs 94 75 f bbl; pig pork $8 60 14 halfspare Dealers are jobbing rump pork at $18 V4 bbl. BREAKFAST 'BAOON--L dull and quoted at 1011@ 1 lb. 0ORN IN BULK-Little or none on the spot or the market, but supplies are offering to arrive at 470 1 bushel. COW PEAS-Are in good supply and the de mand is just opening for the season. Black are selling at $1 60, mixed $1 70@1 86, clay mixed $1 9002, clay $242 05 I1 bushel. A car load of good mixed sold at $1 85 1 bushel, and 100 bags clay at $2 10, and a very large lot could have been sold at that' price. OATS-Are in fair supply. No sales reported. Yesterday's sales wore at 46@480 14 bushel for Galena. BRAN-Light sapply. No sales reported. Yesterday's sales were at $1 07', at the railroad depot and $1 10 on the landing. HA'Y-Good supply of low grades; they are dull. Choice is as light suppy and in demand. No sales reported. Prime is quoted at $16, choice $19019 50 % ton. CORN Id SACKS-- ood supply and dull; 8500 sacks sold, of which 2500 white and white mixed at 490, and 1000 white at 500 1 bushel. COFFEE-There is a moderate demand for shipment to the West, but the local trade is quiet. We quote cargoes: Ordinary 16%@ 1e, ggold, fair 19@19%.; good 19@19%c; prime g20t02 c %o lb. Job lots: Ordinary 17@17o0, gold; fair 19,@19%0; good 20%®20Yc: prime 12@_421a lb. We are indebted to Messrs. Small & Co. and Marks & Co. for the following telegram, dated Rio de Janeiro, April 4, and New York, April 5, 1877: Purchases sinmce the 28th nit., 9000 bags; stock, 107.000; average daily receipts, 66500; price, 93800; very firm. Exchange, 24%d. POULrTRY-Large receipts and the demand has slackened. Western grown chickens are held at $5, young do. $2 50W 8 50; ducks $4@4 25; geese $56; turkeys $18020 1 dozen. EGGS--Plenty on hand and selling slowly. Western at 12015c, Louisiana 14016e j dozen. ESCULENTS--The city markets are abundant 1 supplied with new Louisiana potato.. and the dem nd is confined for family use. On aount of not being well matured, there no inquiry for sbpment. Western p toes and es are Potoes are quoted at $2 I M .~lai#,rmi hcan PuriomA. hos no. 2 it quoteda s B1IP W.0 PRODUOR-Arrived since our reviow of yeterday: 2I46 bble flour, 60 bble porkt 581 to lard, 882 kegs lard, 5 oasks bacon, 00 boxes bacon 800 bbls corn meal 9510 sacks corn, 69,089 bushels torn In bulk, 4780 sacks oats, 865 sacke bran, 81 bales hay, 868 hhads eugar 410 bbls molasses, 51 kegs butter and 801 bbls beer. 1XPO1BT8 OF PRODUOI---Exports since our review of yesterday: 168 bbls flour, 21 bbls pork, 29 casks bacoon, 18 tiserce lard, 54 bbls whisky, 185 bbls corn meal, 986 saoks corn, 50.625 b)hels corn in bulk, 61 sacks oats, 84 snoks brad, 101 bales hay, 25 hhds ugar, 41 bbis sugar, 984 bbls molasses, 185 bbls rice, 851 sacks coffee, 18 bble potatoes. 194 saoke salt and 11 kegs butter. We are indebted to Mr. J. . G. Morey for the fol lowing table: ALL BAJL TIlOUOII FRSIOHT TARIFF ILLINOIS OEN TRAL BAILROAD. Taking effect April 2, 1877. ---- IOAOO TO--- Merchandise 1 100 The- First class ............. 85 1 25 1 25 Recond olas .............. 70 1 00 1 00 Third class........ ..... 55 75 75 Fourth lass................ 45 05 (15 Fifth o'ase................ 43 55 55 Per 100 hts in car load- Meats packed and lard in wood............... 40 45 60 Meats in bulk............ 40 50 50 Apples, onions, potatoes and cabbages.......... 40 50 50 Grain and mill feed....... 40 50 51 Ale and beer in wood, O. It 4~3 500 50 Per bbl in car loads Flour and meal........... 75 90 1 00 Beef and pork........... 1 10 1 25 1 40 Per car load of 20,0U0 lhs- Classes A and B.......... 85 00 120 00 126 00 Hay and lumber.......... 75 00 105 00 105 00 "Subject to Green Line classification." Meats packed, lard in wood, ale and beer in wood, 0. IIt. Flour, meal, beef and pork less than car loads, at fourth class rates; ale and beor wdll be taken at the following weights: bbls 150 Ils, halves 180 lbs, quarters 100 l,., eighths 50 its, 2000 its ice or I asking per car, Iree; all ex eeas same as beer. For through bills of lading and further infor mation, apply to W. j. YOUNG, Contracting Agent, Chicago. Foreign Markets. Lrv.nroo,L April 5, Noon - -otton quieter; Middling Uplands 6 5-16d, Middling Orleans 6/. Sales 10,000 bales; speculation 5000, export 206i. receipts 17,700: American 8000. Futures-1-16d cheaper. Uplands, Low Mid dllng clause, April and May delivery, 6 5-82d, Maymnd June 6%d, June and July 6/4@6 11-82d July and Auguet 6 7-1006 1882d, August and September 6%4. Money, stoeks, Ete. LrrvmPOOL, April 5, 1 p. m.-Long clear mid dies 39s. Tal!ow 39s. 04 BERLIN, April 5.-Specie decreased 582,000 marks. N.w Yoax, April 5.-Gold opened at 104?,;. Louvox, April 5.-Erie 6; street rate 1r(il %, which Is % j below bank. Loxwox, April 5, 1 p, m.--Erio 63. River Newo. OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT, Friday Morning, April 6. 1 Dsily report of the stage of water, with changes in the twenty-four hours ending yesterday 8 p. m.: Above low Changes. water. Rise. Fall. Feet. Inch. Inch. Inch. Augusta........... 8 9 0 3 Oatro ............. 87 0 17 0 Olnoinnati......... 26 6 0 82 Davenport ......... 9 4 0 0 Dubuque ......... 7 1 0 1 Keokuk ......... 12 0 6 0 Leaven orth...... 9 2 0 3 [L uisville.......... 10 10 0 8 Memphis.......... 27 3 1a 0 NNshville .......... 15 0 0 6 0 5ew Orleans...... 6 11 1 0 Omaha............ 11 9 4:, 0 Pittsburg....... 8 7 0 8 Shreveport......... 16 0 7 0 St. Louis ........ 19 9 7 0 St. Paul........... 5 0 0 1 Vicksburg ......... 33 7 8 0 *Below high water mark of 1874. NELSON GOBOM. Serg't. Big. Ser. U. S. A. Anrniva.-Isabel, Blue Wing No. 3, Trenton Gov. Allen, Glencoe Cherokee. DrPAaTURns.--Isabel, Blue Wing No. 8, Tren ton Frank Pargoud, Golden Rule. To Aunntv.-W. J. Behan, Bart Able, Red River; Thos. Sherlock, Ohio; Assumption, Tren ton, Lafourche; Isabel, Emma, Lower Coast; Blue Wing No. 3, Eva, Upper boast; Natchez. Vicksburg; Sandy No. 2, Opelonsas. The weather yesterday was cloudy and warm enough for June. Business, except among the Coast packets, was dull. This is the day fixed for the grand mass meet ing. S:eamboatmen, rally l and swell by your presence the thousands who will be in attend. ance to indorse their leaders and pledge con tinned support. The fleet and magnificent Fatohez will be found at the landing this morning, and will leave to-morrow, as usual, at 6 p. m., for Vicksbnrg. The Natchez has close and rehable eonnections with the Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers. • The Emma is the reliable and popular Lower Coast packet for today. She leaves promptly at 1 p.m. The Henry Tete, leaving to-day for Bayou La fourche, will go through to Thibodaux. Beo advertisement of the Plaquemine and Coast independent packet Blue Wing No. 8. The Thos. Sherlock is due to-morrow, and will leave Tuesday for the Ohio. The New Orleans and Ouachita Transportation Company send the light draught steamer Bastrop to Bayou Bartholomew to-morrow. The tri-weekly Lower Coast packet Emma leaves to-day at 1 p. m. for the Franklin Riee Mills; Oliver Canton, Jr., master, J. J. Donovan clerk. The semi-weekly Coast and Baton Rouge pack et St. John, Frank Bergeron master, J. O. Ber geron clerk, leaves to-day at 12 m., punctually. The Coast and Ba3 on Sara United Mta es mail packet Gov. Allen, J. J. Brown master, 8. B. Streck clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. m. The well-known and favorite Ouachita river and Bayou Bartholomew packet Bastrop, Gus Hedge master, J. P. Mohr clerkleaves to-morrow at 5 p. m., sure. The regular Upper Coast tri-weekly daylight packet Eva, Louis Ranson master Norbert Ban son clerk, will be at the lower landing to-day, re ceiving to leave to-morrow at 10 a. m. for the Ben Tnreand plfntation. The fleet Bar tAble leaves to-morrow at 5 p. m. for Alexandria and Grand Ecore. Richard Sin nott master, George Hamilton clerk. The Natchez, for Vicksburg and all mail land ings, leaves to-morrow at pin. Capt. Thoe. P. Leathers in command. The Sandy No. 2, for the Atchafalaya through to Washington, leaves to-morrow at 5 p. m. A. P. Trousdale commands, J. B. Schmidt clerk. The Stella Block, Tom Taylor master, is receiv. ing to leave to-morrow for Black and Bmuf rivers, through to Point Jefferson. The Block is n place of the Era No. 10, and is a regular packet. The New Orleans and Bed River Transporta tion Company steamer Texas, Geo. W. Rea mas ter, H. C. Boazman clerk, leaves to-morrow at 6 p. m., without fatl, for Shreveport and Jefferson. The Cherokee will be found at the landing this morning from the Ohio, receiving to leave to morrow at 5 p. m. for Cincinnati. Geo. Wolf in command, A. Byers clerk. The steamer Cherokee, from Cincinnati, ar rived last evening, and had as cargo 9535 pack ages of sundry freights. [By Telegraph.] YAzoo Orrr C, Miss. April 6.-To Lord & Mo Peaks: Steamer Clarksvlle will arrive Saturday with good trip and leave Wednesday positively for Yasoo and Talahatchie rivers. H. L.EE, Master. soEaion I aCPt orr Se CnoesieATi, April 8.--The Coal Hill, en route to st.euis ait alarge tow of loaded b e ehas n insuraes on rcargo of f efuic- a ed byaStLouts agmq. The, a . tireh, oain r New W ams Ol a Thursday, is ~5Rin*3.OE .w. I coal b or 'iAw onhr, aa¶of ti 21,000 or l198 tone a total r 0,000 r bushel, or 22 20 tons. Dimensions of boat and fleet were 8eb feet long by 900 feet wide. To transoort this onal by rail would require 2102 oars or 108 trains of 20 ars each. The last report from the Florenee Meyer was 5 that they would commenoe reloading her cargo this week, and be ready to come out as soon as the water would permit. It will be remembered that she sunk up the Arkansas River two weeks sinle. EvAIsvylLvu April 9.-The Morgan received considerable freight tnoday will receive a large party of excursionists from 4erre Haute, and will leave at 0 p. m. Business light. 'The Carondelet is repairing her boilers, and will get sway to morrow. She has 700 tons engaged. The Pey. tons's barge Ohalloross commenced loading to. day, and has 12,000 sacks engaged. BT. Louts, April 8.-The lwo lightning express steamers War Eagle and Golden Eagle have re sumed their regular tri-weekly trips in the trade between St. Louis and Keokuk. Commodore Bollingpin, a reporteref the Be publiu.n, and ox-President Grant, dined in Sprague & Butler's restaurant on Olive street, yesterday, near the postoflloe corners. The two former were eating beef ribs when the ex-Presi dent came in, scoompanied by Mr. Blies and Judge Long. Rollingpin instantly got up, and warmly saluted his old friend Geu. Grant. The Commodore afterwards remarked that the Gen eral's head looked square and solid, but no larger than his own-a fooeet. The distinguished visitor was visited by Mr. John B. Maude and a few other old time political friends, and bore himself with the plain ease and graoe for which he le distin guis.ed on all occasions-even at dinner in a St. Louis restaurant. ----- --.@4.- ..... MARINE NEWS. OFiFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOORAT, 1 April 6, 1877. Cleared Yesterday. Steamship Algiers, Hawthorn, for Now York C A Whitney keo Brit steamship Andean, VWallacn. for Liverpool Lovell & Bailey Ship Crescent City. Delano, for Hlavre Shultz &co Ars brig Grant, Catlavlnhir, for' lRval, Rumsia- F R Ia aboohia Schr Two Friends. Weaver, for Mobile t It Poole Arrived. No arrivals from sea sTRAMBOAT., Glencoe, Calbon.n, from St Ionni Cherekee, Wolf, from Cincinnati Gov Alien. Brown. from Bayou Hara Blue Wing No 3, Comstock, Irom Upper Coast Isabel. O'Pry, fromd Lower Coast Trenton, 'I errebonne, from Laurel Valley Below Comlul Up. Srhr Ellen M Adams, Adams, 4 days from Roatan, to J P Macheos Schr Excelsior, Buttke, 6 days from Utills. to A Morgan Experts. LIVERPOOL-Per steamship Andean-3100 bales cotton 28,1533 bushels corn in bulk REVAL--P1'r brig Grant-1700 bales co+ton MOBI LE-Per schr Two Friends-13 bbis molasses 6 hf do 3 bbis pork 9 bbls meal 1 bbl sugar 2300 bdls ties I sack coffee 56 sacks corn I toelard 3;00 feet lum ber 49 pkgs sndris 1 sack oats IIAVIE--Per ship Crescent City-4242 bales out ton 3600 pcs staves NEW YORK-Per steamship Algiers--960 bales cotton 55 bales wool 874 bales hides 2302 loose do 119t bdils w a do 39 hhds sugar 921 bbls molasses 651 bble oil 72 pkgs sundries Impoerts. RUATAN-Per schr S Oleri-2400 bunches banas nas 15,1(00 plantains 20,000 cocoanuts 2000 oranges 5 bbls limes 5 blds mangoes S Otpri & lro KINGSTON, JA-Per schr Ebunez-,r--2000 bochs bananas 100 pounds yams 8 Oteri & Bro lecelpts of Produce. ST LO,)UIS-Per steamer Glencoe-20 rks most M hoelly &co-2 bbls do 10 boxes eggs Miller & Meyer -613 bbls flour order-S56 do 10 bils pork 8 cks meat Blank's Lino-52 do 100 bbis meal 2 tIe lard 344 pkgs mdse NO & I IRT CVo-60 do 31p2 pkgs tobacco 11 skes malt34 bbls whisky C A Whitney &.co-12 eke meat E Vorster-25 do 94 bbls flour Schwabasber, Frow enfold & PI'eifer-l rk.s meat E K Converseo-268 bales hay 177 sacks bran J IJt anna--- tterces hams 2 toe bacon Chas BIliejo--5 casks bacon 4 bbls flour 100 bbls o I l'erdreauville &rn-l60 sacks bran It H Frye -15 tubs butter BI rnes Ilroe--15 do J Nelson .co-9 do 332 bbl meal 11 bxas eggs 694 hbls floor (lover & Odondahl-502 do 791 sacks corn W IH Matthews & Bro-o00 bbls meal Obas ]'leasanta-100 bbls floor It T awler-l100 do Howard & Preston-50 bbls flour T A HIamilton &co---F000 do 200 hf do Prudh..mme & Briggs-100 do 100 bbls do Zuberbier & Behan- 100 do 50 half do HIrsch Adler &co--75 bb's do 25 bbls meal L Bloom- 789 bls flour J it Kent &do--100 do G Pascal &oo--100 do Randolph & Dunnica-50 bales hay E J Hart &co- 100 eks malt H F Stumcken-- pkgs tobacco J P Sarazin--4 do M Feherhezy----40 pkg white lead G Ptlla d- 100 di, 3 his mdse G R Finlay &oo--1 do M L Navra-t W C Shepard-u5 bxs cheese John T Moore &oo--00 do C H Lawrence &co-1 do F Hecnke-- 70 do F eilBondio--39 nkgs mdne B J West-110 do V Oechmiohan-5 bbls oil J O Clark-6 bhis mdse E J hart ceo--28 bxs glaes ware I Lyons-2 bales cotton Meyer. Weis &oo- sundries to order-Total 2 bales cotton CINCINNATI-Per steamer Cherokee-lot mdae A Baldwin &co--50 abl whisky A T Bennett koo-i box mdse A Wolf-3 do A Casten-7 bbls eggs A Ju. lian-1 keg whisky B & G Moses --10) cases jellies Burke & Thompson--42 bales hay 100 bbls flour 151 bbls potatoes 1 bx eggs 550 sacks oats 269 sacks corn Chas Pleasantls-2 pkge mdse C G Johnson-5 bble whisky C Lacoume-ti pkgs mdse C Ludwig-115 do C A Snider-15 bbls grits C B Lawrence &co--lot mdnso A Whitney &co--31 pkgs butter E F Del Bondlio--13 pkgs mdse g Offoer..10 do E M Savori 2" do E Fasbman--lSrbales lay 1 bx heggs E H Fair child, Sonm &co--:100 bales bay E DlJhrty-l10 casks bacon E H Fairchild. Son &c----13 pkgs mdse F N 'I tayer--140O pkge beer F JIollander----18 tes meat 3.4 pkgna butter 71 bbis apples 42 bxs eggs 14 kgs lard :1l bbls beans 4 casks bacon 95 bilds floor F DelBondio 200 hxn oyrstre G Meyer & Son--,7 bbl4 apples 100 bbls flour Ionward & l'reston-73 dto IH (;reebel-650 sacks oats II T lawler-I5 bbls whisky J D)reyfus :37pkge mdee J Schwartz--300 boxes starch John I Atmu &cc o--5 bxs eggs 691 sacks corn 1713 sacks oats Joe West &co--2 boxes mdse L T Maddox--50 boxes oysters McNeelv & Milburn----100 bb's whisky 126 bbls flour 35 tierces hams Miller. Dolhomde &co--t5 pkgs eggs 1 pkgo buLtter 49 coops poultry Miller & Meyer--O50 bxs oysters Nelson &co--12 pkgs mdse P Oelpi & Bro--i oil tank I' 1'G & L Co--1 bbl ink N O Times-- dot Christian Adverate-R1 5 pkgo mdes P McCabe--30 pkgs beer R Fasnacht-- pkge mdse Red River Packet Co--115 ventilatsrs Rice, Born &co--34 bbls flour 'i5 hfdlo Rogers & Mitchell--'25 bars Iron Shakespeare & Smith--25 bbls whisky Schmidt & Ziegler--5 pkgs mdos Stratton & Meyer--7 do Stauffer Macready &co-400 bbls meal 420 bbisl pork Schwab. acher. Frowenfeld & Pfeifer-20 tierces hams Vose Bros--16 bbls flour Vairin & Mortimer----460 kegs nails W P ConverseJr &co--20 tierces hams WHI Matthews & Bro--3 pkgs mdse W C Shepard--0 do O R T Co-12 do F Gauche--100 bble flour Glover & Odendabl--69 bales cotton McGehee, Snowden & Vio. lett--sundries to order-Total 69 bales cotton 435 bbls pork 760 sacks corn i913 sacks oats 205 bbls whisky 664 bales hay BAYOU SARAB-Per steamer Gor Allen- 19 bales cotton J L Harris &Co-19 Meyer, Wets &co-6 Bush & Lever-5 A Levi-4 Alons, Scherock & Autey -3 Nalle & Cammack-2 Temple B Coons eo--I A F Hilokman-2t8 sacks cotton seed N 0 Cott n Seed Association-2 hhds sugar E Conery & Son.. 5 do E J Cay &co--15 i Richard Milliken--40 bbls molasses P Maspero kco-sundries to order-Total 59 balmes cotton 218 sacks cotton seed 33 hkhds sugar 40 bbla molasses UPPER COAST-Per steamer Blue Wing No 3 110 hhda sugar P Lanaux--l bile molasses Richard Milliken--sundries to order LOWER COAST-Per steamer Isabel- sndries to older LAUREL VALLEY-Per steamer Trenton-29 bbls hides Joe David-sundries to order RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN. Covington-Per schr FM Pippo--12 bales cotton Payne, Kennedy &co-ll do Warren, Atkinson kco 2 do Alas, Scherck & Autey--?17 sacks roebh rice Scherek & B rkson--15 ake peas Isaacseon & Sims-4 coops poultry 6 bxs eggs 140 bbls tar 400 bbls sand order-Total 25 balmes cotton Tlckfaw-Per schr Dan B Castle--18 erdms wood O Roauke Blind River-Per schr Monterey-40 cords wood master Pass Mancbac-Per schr SB Simms--20cords weood O Rouke Manchac-Per schr Martha Washington-30 cords wood master Mande ill-Per achr Mandeville----400 bble char coal master Tangipahoa-Per schr Pills-10 cords wood master Springfield-Per sohr Victoria-- 18 cords wood O 0 Rouke RECEIPTS AT THIE OLD BASIN. Stockton-Per achr America-40,000 feet lomber O Stuber Bao Lacombe-Per schr Mary Jane--10 ards woo masnter Tobehenot River--Per achr Emma Ameia--50 oorid wood master Byes Laembe-Per ehr I'olair-35 cores wood e Lmadet Jaua-45,IO N.W ORLAI s , ST, LOUIS LD CHIOAGO RAILROAD. Abrll 5--917 bales cotton order- 17 do Inteiard, loekLham too-13 Alous, Soberok a Antey- t I Jno Phelps aoo-10 Britton, Moore & Coleman--9 H Alli soen d --0 MoOehee, Snowdean Violett--4 Valdea, Hawalns oo-o- Barrett & Gordon-ii Warren. At blnson &co-- Jao Chate & Sons-4 Lehman Abra ham &eo-3 J L Harrls koo- 3 J Burnet &o-3 Ala. bamrna Preas-3 H H Wtlso. & Mills-3 Allen, Nugent .oo--3 Ben Gersen-3 Richardson & May -38 0 Thomasa ko--3 Chafte, Hamliton & Powell-I Payne, Kennedy kod-1 H & C Newman-1- Jno.T Hlardie a eo---1 Meyer, Wels &co---9 8 Henderson--5 C L Walmsley &oo-Total 406 bales cotton 3 hhds tobseco Mayer Bros-3 do Jno N King &ot ....1 car stock F nacer--9 do J MoElroy----doO Mehle &eo-9 do luban, Aycock keo-I do i Itegan I car iron C G Johnson-300 bxs soap T T White- 006 bxs beer etc F Hollander-a-00 bble flour Vairin & Mortimer----] 00 do g0 bxs hams 60 hf tierces hams 12 kits pigsfset 36 boxes bacon S.bwabsoher, Prowen foeld & Pfeifer-40 do Joe West too-2- boxes hams Howard & Preston--175 ks peas J W Burbridge k&o -6 do JHR Kent eoo--0 brs drugs R J Hart a&o-3 bis castings Mullen & Holloway-4 boxes eggs Geo Boning-i bx book R J Harp--25 bdls gr bide 1 toee tallow I dry hide Hay k Mehle--3 boxes bacon J Nelson &ce-l0 bbls crackers M 1aughery-- rolls leather Kneble koo--15 bbls castings I box do E Thompson-5 bbls whisky I) Dus.erd--- cook stove and fixtures H Haller--I bhl sausages D Moriarty-3 bdls paper Seymour & Stevens--I box mdse M Me (raw--i bxs shoes F Ernest-- do IH Mumme--I keg butter J 1B Solari & Son-1 tub do S P Parmly-1 box sundries Wilson S M Co- bx cheese 4 tube butter Clark & Meader-2 t fklns do J 1 Solari & Son-0 lounges R M & B J Montgnmery- l box books P F Oogarty-3 cases shoes It F W Bachemin---- bbls onions .J C Murphy &co---8 bales box material Jr E Willard-Total i hhds tobacco 400 bbles flour 00 half tierces hams 42 bxs do 70 boxes bacon 181 sks peas NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILTROAD. April 5-9 cars telegraph poles Western Union Telegraph Co-- car cattle ordaer- 125 racks olceake AA Maginnis Sons-5o ihls oil J Pellett- 100 bbli lime S .lamison--.00 do A Vizard-.2 tee ashes .alle & oammack- 5 I kgs sundries Fairbanks &Ao-6- pkgs tobooco Flash. Lewis &co---- pkgs bltter EIsn ney & Johnson-1 case mdse K Levy &co-u--. .dries to order MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL RtOaD. April t.-76 hhds sugar Richard Mllilken--1 do Be rand & Otbert-l bbl molasses John [ Adams oAo-2 do I bbl sugar F P' levin--50 sacks outton seed M I)owllng-1 bbl gr hites 5 hf bales moss l. bales do L Surle d&co-3 bhils tugar V Ferrandon-1 do I bbl mo lasses Mme O Senette--I bbl slgar Martin Loyld-1 halt do Robert Ifare--l'bale ma.s A F Ilockmsn..3 itdis gr hides Odell & Wright--Total to sacks Cotton seed i7 hhds sugar 6 bbls do 4 bbls molassee Per steamship Hutchinson, from C inton---- blls hidls 4-P bales do 14 bags w ,ol 451 bales cotton C A Whitney h&e-15 Clapp Btos o&co-5 Jno T Hardie & co-- R T Buckner & Bro---i Meyer, Weis &eao J W Burbrldge &oo---1136 sacts bones Stern's Fer tilly,'ng Co--l head cattle Aycock. Mitchell Aco--92 do 59 head hogs C Mehle &co--Total 488 bales cotton 113 head cattle s9 lead bogs LIST OP VESSELS Up, (leased and Sailed f.r New Orieacs. N11W YORK. Steamship Morgan City RIead............ id Mar 31 Stesmship New Orleans, Dearborn....... ald Mar 31 LIV.RI'OOle.. S eamship Teutoula, King ................-ld Mar 13 thip Western Empire. Groaler............ ld Feb 13 Shap J A Thomson, Thomson.............ld Feb 98 Ship Wm Tapsoott, Wyman............id Feb 91 Ship Baden, Deane, ....... .........old Feb 15 Ship Caledonla, Potter...............i.... ld Feb 22 Ship China Baker........................ ald Feb 22 Bark Bravo. hbristophersen............ ..... ald Feb 14 Bark Ellen, Hutton. ............. ........old Feb 17 Bark Hawthorn, Nason..... ........ iod Feb 14 Bark Braasto. Pedersen ..................... ild Mar I Bart Fede-e-Speranzs, D'Asta.............old Mar43 I'LYMOUTI. Bark Sansone, Capporl.................... id Feb 17 isak Herald, Krog ........................ Fb 15 " YAno'rll. Bark Desti D)ubrovaokl, Droltar............ tld Feb 17 LIMEItlCK. Bark Savannah, Krull....................aild Mar 3 IIAYRE. Ship Pleiadee, Chose...................... ld Mar 6 Ship Kentucklan, Moselev............... aid Feb 15 hhip Nina Sheldon, Sheldon................ ld Feb 1 Ship G;ardian, Paine ......................old Feb 15 Bark John 1, Hacbrouch, Cobb............ald Mar 2 MA IIHtfItIt. .. Brig Priaa. Cardone ....................... lid Jan 29 BHrOIFAUX. BaRk Humboldt, Dasearget......... .....eld Mar 17 Bark Comtesse Iucbhatel, I)npot.......... aid Mar 17 ('l IIERBO l; rtG, Bark Chas Baker, lironn................... ild Jan 20 IIFERMEN. Ship Hampton Court, KlnsRe...............ld Jan 16 HREMRHIAVEN. Ship Constantia, Kabhken .................-id Mar 3 Ship lerrmann, Rumbaeh................sild Mar 3 Ship Magnolia, Young ..... ... .......sld Mar i Ship Sandusky, Lowden..............sid Feb 23 Bark Alhambra and Marie .................l Dec 11 FAYAL. BarkPamlico, Hayden....................l ad Feb 7 PALnRMO Bark Domenico, Culotta...................ald Jan 20 MCeaINA. Brig Madawaska..........................d Feb 5 IAR;iHLONA. Bark Gama, Maaluasen.................sld Dec 13 Brig Alicee Ada, Wilmot ...................aid Deo STEAMBOATS. OHIO RIVER. REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUI8VILE AND NEW OR LEAN,$ PACKET. Loaves on SATURIfAY. A pril7, at 5 p. m. SFOR CINCINNATI, LOUIMVILLE. Evansvillo. Henderson. Shawnen town, Pa lunah. Cairo. Memphis and all intermediate points-The passenger steamer CIIBILOKEE, Goo. Wolf, master, A. Byors, clerk, Will leave as above. For freight or Dassau ap ply on board, or to WAYNE & WILLIAMS, aDo5 10o Clra"vitr 'tr.'ot. REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILL AND NEW ORLEAN( PACKET. Leaves on TUESDAY April.lO, at 5 . m. Lv on FOR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE, Evansville. Henderson bhawnee town. Paducah Cairo. Mgiphis and all intermediate points-The passenger steamor TIHIMAS SHERIAOCK, Lew Kates, master. M. L. Vlrden, clerk. Will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or to WAYNE & WILLIAMS aps los Gravier street. OUACHITA RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND MONROE. Meml- Weekly Ounchlta City Packet. Leaves every WEDNESBAY at p. m.. FOR OUACHITA CITY, TREN .I ton. Monroe and all way landings inThe steamer JOHN H. HANNA, (In place of Ouachita Belle,) 3. W. Blanks, master, Joe Holmes, clerk, Will leave regularly as above, For freight or passage apply on board or to Oapt. FA. BLANKS President, No, 2 Canal street. Corner Delta. HITE & LCALIN BRITTON & EPPLEB. JANNEY & WORK. LORD & McPEAKE, Ag'te. P. .--The boats of this line connect with the Goose for Little river Tom Parker for Bcouf river. Ora, Acme and TPimmle Baker for Bayou Bartholomew and Saline river, and Bertha Brunner for Bayou d'Arbonne. fell tf HOUEF RIVER. REGULAR BLACK AND B(EUF RIVER PACKET. ILeaves SATURDAY. ADril 7 at5 . m. S .FOR POINT JEFFERSON. GIRARD Alto Red Mouth. Gum Point and all landings on Bceuf and Black rivers The steamer ATELLA BLOCK, (In place of Era No. 10,) Tom Taylor, master. Will leave as above. Pays particular attention to all Black River business. For freight or passage apply on board or to ap4 A. BRITTON. 82 Graver street. DENTISTRY. J. B. WAL K E , D.]D.'., Ne. 19 pele.r a.-eet, Latest Improvements and best styles of both operative sad Medamsalsi Dentiletr at most W.id.eR k. .ltt,. I. , . .... Q M FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEP~ SON. Texas. Geo. W. Boa. master, Leaves SATUBDAY. April 7, at 6 p, h .o Whalrfboat charres, drarayk g eor t(Cq . w . charged at mos ( eii eo .or etOrleans, in forrdig fregh t 00 tote Oifpatgy by billr actli. _ada. Return gb ata leave S reveport Tauddm r. T hursday and Saturdays. or treight or passage apply on board boats orat the o of the O y, . Meml-Weekly Gread Reeve Pa kete SFOR GB IND ORiQO E. MO steamers New Bart Able, R. Slnnett, master. Leaves every BATURDAY, at 5 p. ma. Will leave regularly as above. For freight 01 passage apply on board or to JaIr No. 21 Commerol~ , VIVKS-----yRC#.-- -. __._' _ __ UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves Wyery Tj DI3 a, A steamer MebT. EB. LE,. Win, Campbell, master. A. MoV a and Jno. . Mossop clerks. leaves as ivo. wpnecti at V hoknburg'j,1t Parisot's Jine for al points on Yazoo, 8unn6ow~ er. Deer Creek and allahatrhie R. W, ADA S J A NNK1 & ORK. d21 HITE & CARLII. geats. Through Bills of Lading glven to Trenton Monroe and all Stations on Vleksburg, t5ltreve. port and Teas Railroad. Wo. B. BOCKETT, Agent. as Maazlns Pe, UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every THUIRSDAY nr a . m 1FOR ARKOPOLIS, GREENVIL E,.. Vicksburg and the Bends-The Duo e and fast passenger pauset FRANK PARGOUD. J. M. White, master, C. Holmes. clerk Will leave as aboe, connecting at Vlokgjg with the *Parisot Line" for all pom.n on M00 and Tallahatchie rivers. For freight or pais 0 apply on board, or to JA NEt & WORK, R. W. ADAMS. BItOCKETT & CABTEB, Through Bills of Ladint iven to.T enO0sP,. Monroe and all Stations on vicksburB. Mbrew, port and Texas Railroad. Also to all polatS OS1 Arkopolls and Pine Bluff Bailroad. mhl BIOOCKETT & CARTEB , SATURDAY V C BU NITED STAThS • . ,.- For VICKSBUR.D AVIISBENP, l Natohez and all Intermediate ings--The passenger packet Natches, T. P. Leathers. master. J. F. Muse, olerk. connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Li.e for Ya.oo Tal lahatohle and Sunflower rivers and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Caro ansu St Louis Bor fretrbt or passage apply on board, or to JA NNEY WORK. 10e ommon tret. 1HIT & CARILIN, 4 Tohoupltoulas at Through Bills of Lading given to Trenton Monroe and all Stations on VicksburgsB, ree port and Texas REailroad.ine t W. B. BROCKETT. Agent, as Maagi . aIt OPELOUSAS. REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at a FOR WASHINOTON, OrELQV see, Port Barre. Simmsport, . l vile, and all landings on the Atciafa a a river and Bayou Courtablesu new and light draft passenger steamer BERTHA, H. H. Broad, master. Theo. Jobin, olerk. or freight or pRassaga a ly on board, oto BAITTON &o EPPL)EB, ja28 1 Gravier street. P. 8.-Connects closely with steamer MIn. for Bayou de Giaite. Also gives throngh I lading to Bayou B',uf. REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY at 6 S . FOB WASHINGTON. 0 sas,Port Barrio, Slimmsport r vlle, and all landings on the Athafalaysa River and Bayou Courtab new and laght-draft steamer SANDT No. 2, A. P. Trousdale. master. J. B. hinIt e will leave as above. For freight or 02 ply on board or to HITE &OALIN a22tf 4 Tchoupitoulas s S8.-Connects closely with steamer for Bayou do Glaize. Also gives throu lading to Bayou Bceuf. BAYOU SARA. FOB BAYOU SARA. WA H Hermitageo Hudo,'-' Rouge, Pauemine and landings-The United States mail semi-Week. packet GOV. ALLEN. (In place of stoamr W. 8. Pike.) J. J Brown. master, Leaves every MONDAY and FTLDA!,ataD in. for Bayou Sara. NITS I OA$RIN, Agrs., 4 Tohoupitoaplll - JANNAY WORK 106 Co n _ds sm A. 0. GODDIN. as =1 UPPER COAST. NEW ORLEANS, COAST AND PT,AQUEMI[IN SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. INDEIEP DENT. Leaves every SATURDAY at 5 p. m., and WED NESDAYI at 12 m. THE FINE bIDE-WHEEL PASL senger steamer -LU- E WING NO. 8, J. A. Comstock, manter. Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean el.k Will leave as above, commencing 1EDI. DAY, April 11, and continue during the For freight or passage apyy onloard ortQ apS.- WJ. (1 9 . W Conti str . REGULAR TBI-WEEKLY DAYLIGWI' PACKET. STO BEN TUREAU'S lP A" tion, Ascension parish- T aLP steamer EVA, Louis Rsanon master, Norbert Leaves as above every Monday. W ., Saturday at 0 a. m. Beturning Thursdays and Sundays. For freight or Nassag e a aOn l JoHN CA/M../. I dlýýR, .= fe6 J. DzWINT.1sCont st..' SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOMUB(E PACKET. • . The 1lihtdadrught steamer (In place of W. J. Poltevea}) U. D. Terrebonne. M r. Leaves New Orleans every THUESDA A MONDAY at 5 p. m., returning every NEBDAY and SUNDAY evening. For or passage aply on board or to HITS &o ARLN4 Tehou itula.tret. or TERREBONNE I SALOMON Ag , 475 Decstnr between nti and Bien P. S.-Will carry freight as low as any boa the trade. _ _l__2 Leaves every MONDAY at s b, m.. and JWAl at 12 m The ajtOe Neamer Frank Bergeron, master J. 0. dBe k. Leaves as above for baton Roue. mine. Donaldsonville and all . oa d returnl..'r every SUNDAY and WED EVENINGB. For fre htor • 5l Pl - , LOWEI COAIST. OWEspOAu0T 'BI-WEESLY POfLST5 r The new and fast freiOht steaae 0, CasWox, Jr.. Master, J. . Bonova,. Leav the eitty r thelreaklj ios s