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OftIOE NEIW ORLEANS DEMOORAT. Saturday, June 80, 1877. e' report of the stage of water, with changes the twenty-four hours ending yesterday 8 % tni.: Above low Ohange. water. Ble, -Fall. Feet. Inch. Inch. Inch. 2 2 9 0 avenport .........6 o 0 0 que.......... 7 7 " 0 2 .eokuk .......... 11 0 0 0 Levensorth ...... 18 0 0 8 pOevillo .......... 7 6 0 4 his.......... 22 3 0 8 lle ........... 2 0 4 0 O wOrleans...... 4 6 0 8 Shtveport......... 20 0 2 8It.Loni ......... 26 0 6 0 TVilksburg ......... 39 10 0 3 *Below high water mark of 1874. NELt ON GOIOOM. Serg't. lI.Hesr. U, . A. AnarvArs--Isabel, Martha, Mary Ida. DrsaTnroa e-Ieabel, Iobt. Young, Henry Tete, 8t. John, Gov. Allen, Ilartha, Mary Ida. To AnavE-Eureka, Tenets, Lafourohe; Gold. en Oity, Onloinnati; Isabel, Lower Coast. Hot and doll on the landing yesterday. Information from private sources was received here yesterday from St. Louis to the effect that the St. Louis Pool line had agreed to disagree, and that the disagreement was a very serious one. one. The Golden City, leaving to-day, takes paessen gers through to St. Louis for $20; to Chicago $25. A letter ha. been received here, in which, among other things, it is stated that OCpt. Uan non's Bayou Sara packet will be 210 feet long, and will have 29-inch cylinders. She will be feet, and a good carrier. Attention a onlied to the Grand Isle Hotel and Billy Collins' advertisement in another column. The Bert Able, leaving every daturday for lied river, will make coast landings, and answer all hails between here and the mouth of Red river, either on her up or down trips. Lee advertise ment. The new, fine and fast Yazoo Valley is the reg ular mail packet for Vicksburg to.day, in place of the Natchez. One of the most complete a'd best managed ateambseat on the Western waters leaves today, without fail, for the Ohio. Her officers are well known for their skill and attention to their duties, and stand very high with the traveling public. The Assumption, off on an excursion to the Gulf, will not b- here to leave to-day, but will arrive Monday night and leave Tuesday, her next regular day. The lower coast United States mail and pas. senger steamer Marths, W. P. Baseett master, Messrs. Legier and Barrois clerss, leaves to-day t at 5 p. m, for Port Eade. The IMaithe has supe rior acoommotations, and makes her time with the regularity of a clock. The People's Independent Atchifalays packet 5 Willie, E. B. Trinidad master, Frank Greig clerk, will be at the landing this morning receiving to 5 leave Wednesday next, going through to St. I Martineville. The shaft of the Ella Hunghes was hauled down c to her yesterday, and she will be ready to leave this evening for the Lafourche, taking the orders it brought down by the Ten as. Judging from the freight received yesterday It the Tom Parker will have a fine trip out to Bau f river to-day. The Parker is a punoctual boat. e The Warner, with the Baker's tow of three barges, arrived yesterday. PThe Blue Wing No. 3, J. A. Comstock master, 1 Messrs. Wood and Dean clerks, leaves to-day at 10 a. m., promptly, for the coast, Donaldson- t ville and the Ashlend plantation, Ascension parish. o0 The Billy Collins leaves to-day at 4 p. m., by way of Harvey's Canal, for Grand Isle. The fleet Bart Able leaves to.day at 5 p. m. for Alexandria and Grand Ecore. Richard -Sin- 01 nott master, Gen. Hamnilton clerk. The Yan,o Valley in place of the Natchez, T. bi RB. Smith maste , track Beck, Jr., clerk, leaves n to-day at 5 p. mn. for Vicksburg and all mail landings. ct The semi-weekly coast and Bayou Lafourohe /packet ~Ella Hughes, Joe Dalferee master, It. E. w Alba clerk, leaven to-day at 5 p. m., going through to Lockport. m The New Orleans and Red River Transportation Company's steamer Bonnie Lee, Noah Scovellmss- m ter, leaves to-day, sure, at 5 p. m., for Shreve- li port. The Tom Parker leaves to-day at 5 p. m., ea without fall, for Black and B3 of rivers, through to Point Jefferson and Eason's Ferry. L. P. De- co lahoussave in command. The Golden City. J. D. Hegler master, Sterling McIntyre clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. m. for t' Memphis, Otiro, Louisville and Cincinnati. ch [By Telegraph.] BAYOU BARA, June 29.-To Hite & Carlin: The mJ s~teamer Willie will arrive this evening. E. B. TRINIDAD, Master. EXCHANGE CLIPPINGS. 'St. Iouis Times, June 27: Capt. Wi. H. Thor- I wegan's Grand Republic wall commence loading for New Orleans next week, but whether she I loads in the pool or outside of it, we were not able to find out. At the present time there Is but one boat-H-. C. Yaeger -an exclusive freight o-arrier, in,the St. Louis and New Orleans trade. The balance are all tied to the bank. The James t Boward, leaving to-day, will make two. This is a pitiable condition of affairs, and it seems that t any change would be for the better. And yet the situation on the Mississippi is no.worse than on the lakes. This transportation question is one that can only be solved by time. Fortune is a capricious goddess and will have her own way in spite of the combined wisdom of man. As the old saying s, -"you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink." The James Howard, leaving for New Orleans to-day will have on board and engage below, 2 fully 3500 tnes of freight. She has been just a week in getting it. The barge line will begin receiving for the 4 Port Eads this morning, and will dispatch this 0 powerful new towboat for New Orl ane on Satur -he great freight steamer John F. Tolle is re- b aeiving at the Kountz line wharfboat to leave for b New Orleans on Saturday. CINCcNNATI, June 27.-Capt. Stein's fast Chas. a Morgan will arrive here this morning at 8 o'clock, 6. days and 14 hours out from New Orleans, in cluding all way landings. This is the fastest time a made this season. The A. C. Donnally made the SI same run in 6 days and 23 houts. The Thomp- ri son Deku, however, has made the run in 6 days IN and 11 hours. The Morgan will return to New V -Orleans on Saturday. The Robert Mitchell will C also arrive from New Orleans to-day and return di on Friday. It is a pity that two fine packete like C the Morgan and Mitchell are advertesed to leave ei together, as the competition wi 1 prove disastrous p to both, and ruinous to the interests of all Houth- p1 ern bound steamers from Cincinnati. It is very easy to reduce the rates, but difficult to again - raise the price of freights. When there's a free or Alght on the river, the competing railroads are M necessarily compelled to take a back seat. The barge Silver Dollar, just completed for the steamer Golden Rule, which will use it to lighten Bi her out of the Ohio in low warer, was launched from the Cincinnati Marine Wave last evening. 31 Its dimensions are: Length 175 feet, beam 27 ea . feet, hold 5% feet, with a capacity of 60.) tons. Sc It is natly and eubesantlally built, and sharply Li modeled at the how and stern. tl The Flore.o3 Meyer, (a t.J mcsNicholls' boat, to has returned to Bismarck, Dakotab, from Yellow stone river, with both cyhnder heads blown out and a writ broken. LOUISVILLE, June 27.-Capt. John Cannon was over at Howard's ship yard yesterday all das seeing the Howards -Ed. and John-chalking out the new New Orleans and Bayou Sara packet they are going to build for Capt. John. She wdli be a bird of beauty and a locomotive for speed. CAiao, June 26.-The U. P. Schenck is cetting along very well w.th one engine, and will work her way alone to Cincinnati. Her accident was caused by the breaking of a piston-head, and whenitran through, the bolts of the cylinder head were so stout that they tore a piece of the cylinder out with them. ]lxRPnts, June 26.-The farmers of the White BivptValley are delighted with the promising .-oti on of their crops. The Upper White river s .aing fast, and the lower river declines slow ly. No damage is reported by high water in that direction. The Arkansas flood injuries have been greatly over-estimated. The rapid declne of the swollen waters has left many submerged fields uninjured, and it is calculated that the actual damage from cverflow will be barely noticeable. Arkansas Valley crops are also in fiue condition. 01 The towboat Nellie Speer, with five boats and twelve barges, containing about 250000 bushels Pitteburg coAl, while making the crossing at Pletcher's, 85 miles above here, Tuesday after noon, threw all the woodwork out of her wheel while under full headway. In this helpless con dition the crew succeeded in landing and saving all the tow. Capt. Wood was here yesterday or getting lumbsr to build a new wheel Bepairs I will be made where the boat now lies near Pletcher, after whioh the fleet will proceed to New Orleans. The mishap cao ed no other dam. age to the boat than the lose of the wooden por tion of her wheel, and the coal fleet is entirely me unhurt. MARINE NEWS. b. OFFIC NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT, June 30, 1077. I Cleared Yesterday. "Brit steamship Chrysolite, Corbisbley, for Liverpool, Decan, Zerega &co Ship China, Barker. for Pascsgonla, in baliast Silas Weeks &co Arrived. Steamship Hutchinson, - -. from Morgan City, to C A Whitney &eo-Algiers TIA MBOATd. Marthab Bassett, from Lower Coast. Mary Ida. Huta. from Upper Coast Warner, Fisher. from St Louis, with 3 barges Rice Farmer, Buis, from Lo eer Coast Isabel, O'Pry, from Lower Coast I. Eper'ts. LIVERPOOL- Per steamship Chrysolite--l1105 bales cotton 411 pigs lead 5 pes do 60 bales moss 953 I bble flour 15,003 41150 bushels corn in bulk 6e0 pos ,t staves Imports. VERA CRUZ-Per steamship Ithuriel-1.20 sacks coffee 195 bales do Smith Bros &co Recelpts of Produce. LOWER COAST-Per steamer Martha- 9 bbls rioe and sondries to oder UPPER COAST-Per steamer Mary Ida- 11 bbls potatoes Lanaux & Sone-6 acks potatoes L Torre bonne-sundries to order lOT LOUIS-Per towboat Warner-197 bbls flour C T Buddecke & Son-50 do 10 hf do A A Voss &co 1 190 sacks bran E K Warner &co--150 do 400 sacks oats S, hwabacher, Frowenfeld & Pfelfer-91376 sacks corn Sobwabaoher & HItrch--2000 do Vairin & Mor- I timer-11000 Randolph & Dunnice-3449 do W H Mlat- ( thews & Bro-1557 do Gordon & Gomila-9100 do Glo ver & Odendahl--271" do 6.7 sacks oats 509 seacks bran Jno T Gibbons &0o--500 do (193 sacks oats 905 sacks corn 260 bbls cornmeal J H Hanna---00 bales straw ( Heck &co---e sto, s and fixtures H IIaller--t5 bbls pork Bassett & Lin oln-50 tea lard 100 kegs do J A Norton-0-5 kgs whitelead (G Pitard--509 bbls cornmeal 770 sacks oats C M & G( M Flanagan-:t535 do Chas Pleasants-t055 sacks corn IN O and M It It -1490 do F P Andrews-400 doE Baldwin--sundries 1 to order LOWER COAST- Per steamer Rice Farmer- 4 bbls rice I sack do Russell & Hall -4 do Kip &. Ruch -1 do 7 bbls potatoes A S Bnsneo-44 sacks i otatoes I G A Lanaux..4 bdls do O Davant--sunatie to order t -Total 4 bbls rice 6 sacks do I LOWER COAST- Per steamer Isabel-sundries I to ordert th RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN. Pearl River..--Per steamer Major White----45,000 at eet lumber to order k, Pearl River-Per schr Ethel--35,00 feet lumber to 50,000 laths J W Adams Stockton-Per schr Wilhelmina-50,000 feet lumber H Buddit Wadesboro-Per schr S B Simms-7000 staves 3 f cords wood to master e Pascagoula-Per schr Mary Theresa- 30,000 feet re lumber H Buddig Pascagoula--Per sechr Mary Louise-3:l,0 0 feet iy lumber H B(uddig of Blind River-Per schr Joinville-20,000 sRWves to order Pascagoula-Per schr IBloom--0,000 feet lumber to H Iuddig I'ascagouls-I'er schr Oloff-45,000 feet lumber to r, H Buddsg l7 Pass Manchac-Per sloop Buena Vista-5000 staves 1- to older n Frenier-Per sloop Sunny Side--15 bbls krout to order RECEIPTS AT THE OLD BASIN. . Pascagoola-Pel r chr Star---35,000 feet lumber to . order Tchefuncta River-Per schr Dorio and Doria--00 bbls sand to order Blind Ritvr-l'er schr Surprlse-:35 cords wood to 'i master ii Tehefuneta River-Per schr Emma Amelia--45 cords wood to master a Pass Malchac-Per schr Dan B Castle--17 cords wood to master g Pascagoula-Per schr Henrietta-- 0 cords wood to master S Ma deville-Per echr Maria-- cords wood 2 bales mops 100 bbls charcoel to namte" Tchefunc! River--Per sechr Venezia----40,000 feet lumIber to order Tohefuncta Rivor--Per schr Rebecca--450 bbls sand to order h Tanginahoa-Per achr Lillie Dunn-400 bbls char coal 35 cords wood to master Biloxi-Per schr Franklin-35 cords wood to mast r Blind River-l'er schr Clementine-1--,00u attaves r t order Bayou Lacombe-Per schr Lagrange--1500 bbls charcoal to master Taunipahoa--Per schr Pippo--55 cords wood to mast r Bayou Lacombo-Per schr Modesto-15,000 bricks to tder TehefunctaRiver-Per sehr Covington..S3 cords wood to mas er Pascagoula-Per schr Eclipse-1500 bbls charcoal to master Pascagoula-Per schr Flower -2000 bbls charcoal to master Blind River-Per schr Ladv Gay-24 000 staves to order Pearl River-Per schr Alice McGulgen-35,000 feet lumber to order Pass Manchac-Per schr Alclope--35 cords wood to master Bayou Lacombe-Per sloop Terry--5 cords wood to smater By Raillroads NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND NORTHERN RAILROAD. June 29-5 bales cotton S O Thomas &oo-2 Payne, Kennedy &co-2 T L Airey &co 1 Meyer, Weis adoo -1 Richardson & May-Total It ba'es cotton 10 hhds tobacco Gunther & Stevenson-9 dry hides 1 bx wax E J Hart &eo-1 bbl apples J P Macheca 2 sacks peas T A Hamilton &co--2 bundles hanoles Stauffer, Macready &co-50 bbt oil J H Scott-2 bbls t potatoes A Wilhoft-l empty fount T S rVaterman 4 oars cattle Aycook. Mitchell &0oo-1200 cases salmon order-i case mdae Wallace. Cary &co..1 hhd tobac co Kirkpatrick & Keith-50 bbls highwines Vatt "r & c Blank-I bale hay Prudhomme & Briggs--10do W H a Matthews & Bro-t car wood T Makers--35 boxes I bacon sides Joe West &co-225 bbie flour Miller. Dol- v honde &co-Total IIt hhds tobacco 50 bbls oil 1200 L cases salmon 50 bbls highwires 11 bales hay 225 bbls a flour 35 boxes bacon sides d NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD. June 2Q--60 bales mdse Bateson & Wisdem- 68 sacks peas order-25 pkgs tobacco J 11 Brown-1 car stock Aycook, Mitchell aco---15 boxes apples A Car riere-309 bbls rosin A P Perkins-l box mdse 11 & N Samory-4 boxes eggs Moreau & Toca-1 case mdse Wal.ace, Carv &Co-i do Peochand & G- 5 do Mo. Cracken & Brewster-49 bdls do C Raymond-4 bxs do.T S Henry-1- roll leather I Tricou-25 bxs bottles C W Klaeden-3 bxs sausages Schwabacher, Frow enfeld & Pfeifer-4 bxu hard ware Homans &co----10 sacks peas Prudhomme & Briggs--1 box steel E C Palmer &co---56 pkgs tobacco C 1B Block &co--ld pkge paper order--20 ales mdse Ws H Letchford &co -2 bhs grapes Berry &co-9 pkge mdse J W Homan -9 bags wtol 3 bdls skins N E Bailey ,jr-sundries to order MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL ROAD. June 29--9 hhds sugar J M Putnam--10 bbls do Bush & Levert---29 bbls n ,tatoes S Henderson-to sacks potatoes 2 sacks woal RBeer-33 bbls potatoes 3 bales moss 4 dry hides F P Sevin--17 do L Lacas. sague- 2 bales moss F B sker-50 sacks potatoes J G Spor-10 bides 2 sacks wool F Duffur--31 hides A Lehman &co....30 bales mossJ A Bourg---- half do Odell & Wright-60 head calves A Boutte-sundries to order-Total 9hhds sugar 10 bbls do NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD Ju e 29-59 hhds sugar Richard Milliken Slate Ro f Composition. Fire-Proof & Preservative Coating FOR SHINGLE AND METAL ROOFS. One coat will make shingle roo fireproof, p'enerve them fromn decay, stop ordinarv leaks, and 'lprove the quality of the enter; and is equal to several eonte of ordinary paint as a preservative onating fo metals, while the cdot it but little. This Composition meets with an increased demanod herever onoe used. and mut ntot be corotlunded witL BoolA. Paints so .etensoitl olir rtlshed bh Northtrnt fiRm, as this is manufactured by the underigned. Send for circular. EDWARD THOMPSON, Manufacturer and Dealer in Roofing Materals., 90 Baronne ie, New Orlelana La. je13 lm UNIDERTAKERS. CHAS. 0. JONES, JOHN G. BOBHE. Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & ROCHE, 250 and 252 Magazine st.near Delord. Undertakers aad Embalmer,. All busineas entrusted to the firm willreceive Drompt and carefu)attention at moderate rates. Carriages to hir, 1a2E ly r SUMMER RESORTS. EA SIDE HOTEL, 7 Bay St. Lotis, Miss. A tnmodations the best on the Lake Shore andtlmost reasonable terms. 8UNDAY DINNERS A SPECIALTY. jellht cod A. D. FISHER, Proprietor. MOFNTGOMERY WHIFE SULPHUR S SPRINGS. Great Redur4ions in Rates of Board -AT THE Moif9tomrery White Snlphur Fprings, VIRGINIA. REDUCED TO 940 PElt MONTIi. Accommodations ,qual to any in the Mountains of Virginia. A Dining roam under the management of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. JORDAN. Fine Livery Stables. Ten Pins, Billiards, Cro quet, Fishing, Hunting, Boat Rides and Drives, in fact every convenience for the comfort and pleasure of guests. The MARINE BAND of Annapolis, Md. No Singing-All Railway Travel. The cars land guests in Reception room, on the lawn. Arcolunmodations for 1000 Guests. Proprietors refer to E. A. Tyler. Dr. A. A. Gates, Cat. T. L. Airy. Walter Flowers. Jules Blane. T..L. M'Millin, W. 11. Broekett, Col. it. N. Ogden. or COL. W. B. GREGG, Southern Passenger Agent for the Kennesaw ltoute, oflleo eorner Camp and Common I streets. je 2m COLIIOUN c CiO.. Proprietors. 1LONTItOSS HOUSE. Biloxi, Missldsippl. The Montross louse is now open for the recep tion of guests. a The undersigneand respectfully informs his friends and the traveling public generally that the houre has boon thooughly renovatetl, re ltied, and implr,vements mad, to slit, the most oxa,'ting. No ralna or expense will eo spared to keep the Motntroes House up to its usual standard--lfrst cass in every relsect. Trlns V moderate. HISpcal rates to lamilles and por- t lanu nt, t ; ". T'ellegrtLams or letters for roomln promptly at- d tenlde to. ti .Meals furnished to exeursionists at $s1. Jl m P. .I. MON'rTIts.. Proprietor. GRANI) ISLE IHOTEL. On Grand Isle Gulf ahonre, Sixty Miles Di t rectly Mouth of New Orleans. o Ilthed hby'teamhloat by wiy of Little anil Big SBaratari a Bayous, I igolets, Little Lake, Grand 0 ayou and liarataria Bay. S TIhe Only Murf lathlina In the mouth, As flne aBeach as there i in the world. Per feotly safe. No under-tow. SMessrs. BEATT'I'Y & WIHE have bmuaed the GRAND) IHLE lI( ITEL fr a terrm of years, antd will guarauntee to nltisly the public with corn fortatle rooms. ltan tbel1 s and good table. ii sides furnishilng (rsy andl 'outmfortabl a.uness to the teacth, and tevery reasonattble INixury ald mllans of nastime lalld amIusement that 'l1an b1e desired. ToI'y havl prodleii a revolution in ihe lmnaLgemilnt., iof the Hotel. iiand in their ar rlangement for the comlfort and pleasure of their guests. Madame RHEINHAlRT. of Now Orleans, will have charge of the IIOUSEIIOLD DEI'ARIT MENT of the Hottel, and will give her careful andl skillful attention to the comfort of the lady anrd chiliron guests. The steamor BILLY COLLINS will ply regu larly between the city and Islatll, In con clt ion with the Hotel leLlevhlg Iarvey's Can(uil every TUESDAY and S ATURtDAY at 1 a. in, tnd reaohlng the Isle by sundlllown. Iltnding at the RotDl wharf-returningll every MONDAY and THURSDAY. TERMS: Per day..... ................... $2 * o Per week................. ...... Ir. o Per month ............... ....... o o FSpieial arrangnmeints will tie mnatlo with famf lies and with exLursion parties with regard to passage and Hohtel rates. Apply for fuller par ticulars to HI I'E & CARLIN, No. 4 Tchoupitou las street, or to myra (If JEATTY & WISE, I'rooriotors. SHADY -ROVE, BIILOXI, UR2IAIN IRAIIIAUT takes the pleasure to announce to his friends anE the public that he will reopen his hotel on JUNE 1. Gentlemen and families arriving on excursion train can be aesornmodatod with meals at all hours. Priceo very moderate. Meals funrnished excurstonists, $1. Apoly for terms for families at amIunbaut's Exchange. 201 Decatur street, or at Biloxi, Miss. Iny2s 2m POINT CLEAR. THE SEASON OPENED. The citizens of Now Orleans and vicinaeo will be glad to learn that the superb new Hotel at POINT CLEAR was opened for the season on the 15th inst., and is now prepared for the re ception and entertainment of guests. POINT CLEAR combines more advantages, both for the seekers after health and pleasure, than any other water ing place in the South. Situated in Mobile Bay, within a stone's throw of the Gulf of Mexico, it boasts surf bathing, pure, health-giving salt air, the flnest fish in the world, fine boating and driving, billiard saloons and ten-pin alleys. The Hotel was built last year, and has, with its surroundings, been so improved as to make it a most delightful residence for summer The bods and furniture are entirely now, add the cuisine is especially excellent. There is com munication with Mobile twice daily, and parties leaving New Orleans in the morning arrive at the Hotel to dinner. The charges are moderate and special terms made for families. For particulars address H. C. BALDWIN, my17 2m Proprietor. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEON QUEYROUZE. OSCAR BOIS. QUEYROUZE & BOIS, Wholesale Grocers, DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE, At the Blue Stores. Corner Old Levee and Blenville streets. de14 '76 iv New Orleans P. 0. FAZENDE, Stock, Note and Bond BROKER, OFFICE-No. 175 COMMON STFEET. mh24 tf PREMIUM BONDS ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE IN SUMS TO SUIT. NI (C~TTOTlal3. LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS Purchased by A. LErIORE, ar21 No. 5 (allier Court. F. BUSCH, GUN AND LOCKSMITH. No. 23 Commercial Place. New Orleans. BELL HANGING, IRON RAILRINGS, AND General House Work attended to at short notice and reaspnable prices. Also Vaults, Locks and Cooying Presses repaired : uplicate Keys of all descriptions made. [Sate repair ing a specialty my9 '7 ly STEAKMSHIPS. _ TEXAS. MOInGAN LINE V. a. MAIL STEAMSHIPS. o The following low-pressure Iron Steamships form these linus: HARLt4N I. (, HARRIS, W . G.HEWES. MORGAN, JOSEPHINE, 1T, MARY GUSSIE. WHITNEY H OHIllON. CLINTON, CITY OF NORFOLK, Plying from Morgan City, in connection with Morgan a Louisianai and Texas Railroad. For Indlanola, via Galveston MONDAY and THURSDAY. Through hills lading signed to' Houston and to all points ibeyond on the Houston and Texas SCentrnl and (. H, and H. A. H. It., International and Great Northern uialiro1d,. via Clinton. and the Texas Transiortatitt Company, Freight charged as per now card rates. Han Antonio freights received and forwarded via Gulf, Western Texas and Pacific Railway s and Cuero. For Brazos Mantiaguo The iron steamer I. C. IIARRI4 Will leave Morgan City on TUESDAY. July 3. Lightlerag at Ilrazoe Iantlago at risk and ox itense of (consignoees. Freight recelved for and bills ladinv signed only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande Railroad, as per new tariff, less 3 per cent, until further notice. Freight payable it gold. . For Corpus Christi, Fulton and ,Ij St. Mary's, via ltockport-The iron steamer MORGAN, Will leave Morgan City on TUESDAY. July 3: at - m. Lightermag to Corpus Christi (if any) at risk and expeose of consignees. Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at Roekport. Freight for all the above points received at the Depot Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, foot of Lafayette street. tndaily, until 5 p. m. PASSENGER AND MAIL ROUTE. For Galveston, Houston. and Indlanola. Passengers take RIailroad Forryboat foot of St. Ann streOt, tt 7:30 a. n.., reaching Morgan City at 11:15 it. in.. there connecting with stearmers MONDAY for Olatvestn anti Indianola. TUESDAY for Galveston and HIoustotn. THUIJH AY for (alveston and Indianola. SATURDAY for Galveston and Houston. First class fare to Shrevoeport $25-Time, 45 hours. Excursion tickots for the round trip to (Gal veston and return, good for thirty days, lssued tit $21. Tickets and staterooms snoured until 5. p. m. daily (Sundays excepted), at Ag.int's office, or at the Ferry Landing, oh morning of departure. Through tickets willb, issu,,d from this oflme to the principal toints on the Houston Texas Central Railroad. on thte linernational and (hreat Northern Railroad, and Texas and Pacille Railroad. C. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents. jel ly Corner Magazine anmd Natchelx sts. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND PHIILADELPHIA. MORGAN LINE HTEAMSHII'S. Theo foll.wing At Iron 8teamrship -l eform this line LONE STAR, ALGIERS,. N ~W YORK. Moib÷iAN CITY, ELLA KNItl Pr, AGNES. The Iron Steamnshlp AIAdERRn, will lav,' Alterrs TUESDAY. July :, Connntilng at New York with at, iamships ELLA KNIGII 0 and A(INES f ,r l'hila l lphtia. INSbUlt.N(CIt 'It NEW YORK i. }'Fr-ight for the atbove port. r,.ceivd at thei depot of ,.Il'rgan's Louisiaanand T'rrris Ilailroad, foot of Lafayette street. dplily until 5 p. ni For fr.iulit aIply to, CHIAN. A. WHITNEY & CO., Ag' nts. 'l I y ('or. Natlhez and Mag1azine r"t.r'o.Ls. HAVANA. FO IHAVANA, CEDAR KEYS AND KEY WEST. UNITED RTATER MAIL LINE. LEAVING EVERY WEEK The Ilrst-clas; steamship MAR ItRET, Balkr, Commander. will leave. from foot of Calliooo street, on TUESDAY, Juno 26, at 8 P. M. Passage rates to Havana, $40; Excursion tick ets, $so. Passage rates to Jacksonville, $20, Including state rooms and meals. Through bills of lading issued to all points in Florida. For Freight or passage apply to I. K. ROBERTS, 120 Common street, Over Louisiana National Bank. The steamship - - follows on July -. my6 ly LILIENTHAL'S PHOTO;RAPIH ART GALLERY. 31 ............ CANAL STREET ............121 TOURO BUILDINGS. This well known establishment is the largest and most complete in'the city of Now Orleans. The style of pictures made by LAMBERT'S PERMANENT PROCESS surpasses} uything that can be made at other galleries. No one who is fully aware of the superiority of this process, will go to the expense and trou ble to have a picture taken that in a very short time will fade. I guarantee the LAMBERT to be rnly pic ture that WILL NOT FADE. my26 3m GAS FIXTURES FOR SALE, Below New York Wholesale Prices, EITHER TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC GEN. ER ILLY. Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooks Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can be bought, for cash, at less than factory quota tions, at 36 Camp street. ap27 ly JOHN G. FLEMING, Agent. DENTISTRY. J. R. WALKER, D. D. S., No. 180 Delord Street, Latest Improvements and best styles of both Operative and Mechanical Dentistry at most Moderate Prices. Contour Fillinga specialty mha tf NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. STATE WARRANTS; RECEIVABLE FOR Taxes and Licenses, for sale by the under signed. n M. F. BONIS & A. LEMORE. je2o lm No. 5 Gallier Court. V.IRGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN dersigned is the sole agent for the sale of these well known and highly prized ROOFING SLATFS. Keens. also. on hand a full supply of VER tIONT GREEN AND PURPLE SLAPTFS o' the best qualities, and a full line of PENN SYLVANIA S LATES, of Bangor. Franklin and other wed known quarries. We invite the closest inspection on the part of builders, con tractors and practical sisters. ALEXANDER HILL, el s.r 110 Carondelet street. STEAMBOATS. _ OHIO RIVER. REGULABR AND Lees on. JunA a a, As D. m. Pw LNATI'. LbUItIiLLL1 l 1e. Henderson Shawnee. tr aduOah, Cairo. IMemphis and all Intermediate ppoint - pessenger stleamer Jth . D. Heglor, master, B. McIntyre, clerk. will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or to DOUGLAS & WINBURN, 35 Natchez street. WAYNE & WILLIAMB, id 28 10 Gravier street. is REGULAN CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AND nl N1W O"LEANS PACKET. 4d Loaves on WEDNE DAY. July 11th at 5 D. m. SFOIL UCI NN~ATI, LOUIS~V1L.LE, I Evansville. Henderson, Bhawnee ld town, Paducah, Caor, Memphis and 4y all intermediate points--The passenger steamer CIIAN. MORGIIAN, Albert Sftin, masterL Harry W. Stein. clerk. will lioav as atbove. Tor freight or passage ap ply on board or to WAYNE & WILLIAMS. joaeo lo0 Gravier street.. OIUACHIITA RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER TRtAN8VORI'1 ION COMPANY. 1 EGUULaR IhEUIJ RIVER PACKET. avoes I ATURItAY, June .o. at a p. m. i FOR EASTON FERRY. POINT r . Jefferson, Girard. Alto, Red Mouth, Oum IPoint.and all landings on Bumuf and Black Rivers-The steamer TOM PARKIER, a L. P. Delahoussayo. master. will leave rs above. I'ays ,particulatr attention to all Black river busines. For freight or pas sago apply on board or to F. A. BLANKS PresIdent. No. 2 C)anal, corner Delta st. k HITRE & CAlC b BRITTON & EPPILE t. JANNEY & WORK, LORD & McPEAKE, Je28 Agents. a NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. OUACHITA T ITY, TRENTON AND MONROE Weekly Ouaclllta City U. N. Mall Paeket. Leaves every WEDNE80AY. at .. m.m . FOR OUACHITA CITY, TAEN. ton, Monroe and all town landings The steamer JOHN U. HANNA. (In place of Ouachita Belle,) J. W. Bhlanks, master, Joe Holmes, clerk Will leave regularly as above. Will re.erve the0 right to refuse any landing oxcvpt mail land- ' itnog. For freight or passage apply on board, or to Capt. F. A. BLANKS, Preeldent, No. 2 Canal street corner Delta HITE & CAILIN BRITTON & EPPLEB JAM4EY & WORK, LORD & MOPEAKE, Ag'tls P. S.-Has regular connection with all the trihl tN ris". fell tf IIAYo|! TECH E. PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT TECIIE AND ATCtIAFALAYA LINE, FOR ST. MAI'TINSVILLE AND) r all intermediate landings on thli, Bayou T"che-Th steamer .E l W Il 1 E, E. . 'rrinldnd, mn.ster. Frank Gr-ig, clerk. leaves WEDNENI)AY. July 4. at 5 p. in. Will leave as above5 adl ',ortiini regularly Iirougho ut tie Cea~n. For 'freight nr passage aptly on board ,r to flITE & t'ARILIN. CJot N, 4"','e, pit nlas street.. S OIELOUI.A Ma . REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 6 p, m. FOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU. sns,oI'rt Barrio, Sirnmsport, Church. villa, and all lantings on the COest. Atchafalaya River and Bayou Cou rtableau- The new and light-draft steamer LEM.KIE TAYLOR, (In place of Sandy No. 2.1 H. H. Broau. ma ster. E. Quatrevax. and J. B. Sh"mit. c.hrk, will leave as above. For trtignt or passage a ply on board or to BRITP' ON & EPPLER, 51 Gravler street. I. W. ADAMS,. ia22 tf 21 (:olunrelal Place. P. S.-Conncets closr y with steamer Minnie for Bayou do Gitaice. Also gives through bills tarting to ayoe u thenf. -GRAND INLE. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. In Connection with the Grand Isle Hotel. 'The light draft steamer BILLY COLLINM, Mike McSweeney. master. J. Wise, clerk. Will make regular trips during th' season. Leave head of Harvey's 4 anal every 'I'UEISDAY at 8 a. in. and SATURDAYat4 p. m. IReturnin leaves Grand Isla, every SUNDAY EVENING and THURIHDAY at H a. m., arriving at the cly MONDAYS a s a. in. Touching at Willoz wharf erich way. Fare each way $2 0o. Special arrangements made with parties of Ex,,urslonists. For further partlculars avply on board or to HITE & JCALIN, 4 Tehoupitoulas street. P. S.-The steam ferry that connects with the boat leaves the head of Louisiana Avenue every five minutes. mya0 tf LOWER COAMtT TOW PRESSURE. LOWER COAT SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. STFOti PORT EAD,. SOUTHWEST Pass, Forts Jackson and Ht. Philip, Burns e:ttlement, u'ointo-a-la-Hache and all way landings-The fine passenger steamer MARTHA, W. S. Bassett. master. leaves for the above EVERY WEDNESDAY at 12 m. and SATUI)AY at E rp. m. Returning every MONDAY and FRIT)AY FORENOON. For freight or passage apply on board. P. S.-No person has authority to contract debts for any purpose whatever for account of steamer Martha unkes approved by the under signed. je12 tf W. 8. BASSETT, Master. SHIPS. FOR LIVERPOOL. FOR LIVERPOOL-The Al American ship SABINO. M. Farmer, master, is now lo.ding at Post a4, First District. for the above port. For freight aply to A. K. MILLER & CO., je2 35 Carondelet street. JULIO, I'ORTRAIT PAINTER. No. 3 Carondelet Street, New Orleans. Portraits from life ,r from pietures of thre dr. teased (in oil or crayon, from $2.5 to $150. MIy ART GALLERY is a place of fro.n re sort: and the public is invited to visit it at INSURANCE OIL. THE BEST FAMILY SAFETY OIL. THE INSURANCE OIL is the only illuminat ing oil that has the full indorsement of all the leading Insurance Companies of Europe and America. "The sample of Insurance Oil stands the high est test of flash and burning point of any oil ever tested for the Committee."-New York Board of Underwriters. "For illuminating purposes the Insurance Oil is Perfectly Safe."-New Orleans Board of Health. "It is bur opinion that the general use of the Insurance Oil would greatly reduce the number of lamp fires and explosions, and lessen the risk of destruction to life and property."-NewOr leans Board of Underwriters. Fathers and mothers who desire the safety of their children and homes should use the INSURANCE OIL. Put up in best barrels and also NEW PATENT FAUCET CANS. For sale by Purollne and Portable Gas Light Co. 95 and 97 Gravier street. New Orl"ans. And by JERVEY. PETTIT & CO., Galveston. Houston and Austin, Texas, my3 tf STEAMBOAno.~iOO 0uu 0 1 A8 .dra an war an 1 , rtaton Ian n. New Orleans as fo ows: FOR 8oHREVEPORT AlND J)EFFEROb. aonnie Lee, Noth covell, master. Leaves SATURJIDAY. June 80. at 5 p. m. do wbarfboat charges, dritysge ýot gpQpeminii will be oharged at month r , 4 ZIIvet. or Si ow Orleans. in forwarding freight .oo4;ig to thne ompany by billoladlng. SReturning bots leave Shreveport Tuesda»P, Thursdaye and Saturdays. For freight or pasuoe ardpl on board boats or at the ollO of the tco any. o ravrfer street. JoS5. t 4fjdeo t mtl SHITED LTTD& OA NNPRAL ,AC Nemi-Weekly Grand ieel,. Pssks,. g gmory, . Alex Oiaa M 4 teaers- bins and wa landlrn.g " NP w Bat Able B Slnnott.naster. Leares every LU DA, at np. m. Will leave reularly as abom. For feei.lt O passage apply on board or to .. W. ADAS No. W1 Commerrolal rlads P. .--Wll answer haills on the Cost, and fIr ward freight consigned to steamer Bart Able free of charge. _at VICKSBUUGa. UNITED STATE8 MAIL PACKET, Leaves ev THE at 6 p. M. A. M.O a ..o ' l.eaerksi leaves ase Pmove. co o a r Psrisot's lane for t JANNfY & WORK. dB HITE & OARLL Agent. Will wive through Bills of Lading to atndeast of Tallulah. on V oksburg, , port and Temas itailroad. W. B. BBOUKETT. Agent. as Magazine st, UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every THU1$4DA Y at r. to. SFOR GREENVILLE, VICKSBUIG and the Bonds-The aine and fs passeuir'.' p acket (In place of the Frank Pargoud.) J. 1. White,. master. U. toi.wes..,,,erk Will leave as above, connecting at Viekabuni with the Parislot Line" for all points on Ye,'.,, anil Tallahatchel rIvers. This boat reserves the .; right to pass ali landings that the Captain may consider unsafe. For freight or pao ago applyI on board, or to R. W. , AMI,. Will afve through B .,n cetLkdlng to and east of 'allulah. on y, £sburg. bnr veport and Texas Rtallroad. . . .7 - . . . BROCK ETmT. SATUBDAY VICKSURGui UNITED STATISM MAIL PACKET. Leaves ever SATURDAY at P. M. o.- Fo.VICKSBUO DAvIS'~S BEND , Natcbhez and all intermediate land. nags-The passenger packet YAZOO VALLEY, (In Mace of Natehez,) e T. B. Smrith, master, Frank Beck and W. WlI s'n, clerks, connecting at Yicksburg wirt the Parisot, Lip for Yazoog Tallahatchie and Sunflower riwv:., and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Cairo ant St. Louis. This boat reservoes the right to pass all land ings that the Captain may consider unsafe. Nor relghlat or passage apy vtet u on a. ,r . to JA NEY & WORK. 1oo Common street. mac HITE & GARLIN, 4 Tehoupitoulas st Will give through Bills of Lading to and east of 'allunlh, on Vlcksbura. buz. Dport and Texas Rallrolad. W. B. BROVKETT. Agent. 88 Magazine st BAYOU SABA. SFOR BAYOU SARA. WATEBLOG Hermitage. Port Hudson Bao landing Bo-.uuj.. Pconemie and Iostomfoe la nd -The ited 'States mail semi-weent GOV. ALLEN. (In place of steamr W, S. Pitke. •1. JBrown. master, Leve Over MONDAY and FIDAY.at I you Se Ta houptouhugt, JA N WO lo. ai Common it dmi m A. 0. GODDIN. 50 Naga- de. UPPER COAST. REGULAR TRI-WEEKLY PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURlDAY at 10 a. m. .,. F ORt ASHLAND PLANTATION Ascension parish. Donaldsonville and all coast landings-The fna side-wheel passenger steamer BLUE WIN AO. s, J. A. cmstock master Geo. M. Woods and Obas. Dean, clerks. Will leave as above. lReturning. leaves Ash land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Sun. day, coming down the coast in daylight. For freight or passage apply on board or to a 2h S. HENO. 1a9 Conti street. . , All freight delivered in the daytime. LAFOULRCHE, SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURPHE AND COAST PACKET. THROUGH TO LOCKPORT. Leaves every TUESDAY and SATURDAW The fne passenger steamer ELLA HUGBHEN, Joe Dalferes, master, R. E. Alba eleoi Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at 5 m. and SATURntAY at 5 D. m., for Lockpor Plantation. Beturning, eaves Thibodaux every FRIDAY and MONDAY morning. For freight or passage apply on board. P. S.-A clerk always on landing, head of Conti street, to receive freight. my2i SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBORH PACKET. THROUGH TO LOCKPORT, 1The light drauggt steamer U. D. Terrebonne. Master. H. D. T~rrebonne, clerk. Leaves New Orleans every THUPlDAYa~, MONDAY at a p. in.. returning every WS NESDAY and SATURDAY evening. For frelgk or passage apply on board or to HITE COARLIN 4 Tchoupitoulas street. or TEBBEBONNE & SALO8 ON. Agents 75 Decatur between Conti and Bienvtlle sa. P. 8.-Will carry freight as low as any boat illn the trade. ials tf SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBCHE AND COAST PACKET. THROUGH TO THIBODAUX. Leaves every MONDAY at a p, m. and FRIDAY at to a. m. e'THE FINE SIDE-WHEEL 8TEAMk HENRY TETE, J. F. Aucoin. master. M. H. Landry, clerk. Pays particular attentin to way business and returns down the Coast Sundays and Wednes days. For freight or passage apply on board or to B. RIVET, av 10 tf o10 Decatur street. BAYOU LAFOURCHE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. S. THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMEY P. A. Charlet, rraster, N. Z. Dupuis, clerk Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at5 p.m. and SATURDAY at 5 p. m.. for Laurel Valley Plantation. Returnina, leave Thibodauxevery THUiRDAY and MONDAY morning. For freight or passage apply on board or to B. RIVET. myl tf 10 Decatdr street. BATON ROLUE. Leaves every MONDAY at a p. m., and FRIDAT at12 m The passeongr steamer Fran. Bergeron, master J. (. Bergeron clerk Leaves as above for baton Rouge P eaqsi mine, Donaldsonville and all coast 1and to ore It Oerr y SUNDAY o and o4=84 For f orso?