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spiits an tht lefeels encour that the resu'.ts will be most to science, as rralaling thegreat ment that has et been socom the direction o.f P~olar researches. was paed on oard of a whaler areached the United States. It is ex that further information will be re belbre they get beyond the region of on. OeaS Zraneltce Investigation. erman, the director of the mint, here about three months ago for San with instructions from the See the Treasury to investigate the condi 0affairs in the mint and ustom-House lity, returned on Saturday and imme V submitted his report to the Secretary. vest ationsof the director show a very state of affairs in the government hments at San Francisco, and partic yso in the mint. It has beenfoundthat aaaeoessary large force of employes have kept upon the rolls, and that the general Zon of business has been deficient. ry will give Dr. Linderman's re early consideration. and there is no whatever that It will result in a com change of the Federal officers at San FOREIGN NEWS. TWE FRENCH ELECTION. ot Preminest Statesmen as to Its sable Result and Future Emmcet per ot the European Governments a Is the Policy Inaugurated by the of Ray I. 11, Oct. 14.-At present there is not a ggomvernment which, by tIts ©sympathy supports the policy Inaugurated in by the act of the sixteenth of May. otYou, Oct. 14.-To-day's Herald has a S1m by cable from Paris occupying pages of the paper, in which are the opinions of some thirty-nine meat political leaders and other distin personages on the subject of the elections to-day and their probable on the future of France. These gen ude representatives of all parties, ets,. Legitimists Orleaniste, Cleri the less definite monservatives, who with none of the professionally reac elements, but would vote with any guarantees quiet, and Republicans degrees of moderation. theinterviewed were MM. Rouher, revy, Due d'Audiffret-Pasauler, upanloup, Victor Hugo Leon Gam Jules Simon, Emile De (irardin, M. 1 Do Cassagnac Edmond About, euhlot,. H. De Villemessant, of Le ery Rohefort, and others more or nent in French politics. her expressed the opinion that the would bring Marshal MacMahon uporters, probably to the extent thought that the majority of the r the Republicans, would receive and that whether the majority num 4O0 will not matter; the new As derive indisputable force from verdict furnished by the country ted as to what would follow he re there would be a competition be power of MacMahon, the Senate Chamber. He said the Chamber onstrate the uselessness and mis influence of the Senate, and that body must disappear. One cham t sumce: a soverein chamber of e President of the Republic must be t ervant. Bishop Dupanloup be .the elections woud give no result. must be recommenced, because, tv, it is the Catholic world that is a while ostensibly the quarrel is of some months there is nothing that has said against the clergy and their es; everything evil has been imputed brefaced inventions have been concerning them, and the government literally bombarded with anti-denr stones. The same thing will be after the elections, and all will ar . If, said he, the question of us worship budget were approached weshould soon know whether France clergy any longer. That question the Radicals would lose the only y can play. No matter what may domposition of the Chamber, the can should have declared themselves in of faith for or against the clergy. I time the elections should have been as in Belgium, where there are only parties, clerical or non-clerical. The would then be aroused and we see categorically how France is divid bishop stated that in the elections - the government would most likely s0me seats, but he did not think it would a majority. r Iio as very hopeful of the sue Of the Republicans, and thought that *ould return at least four hundred and members. Due d'Audilffret-Pasquier believed that ernment would gain enough seats to the Left Centro the masters of the sit I In which case that group will become liars of Hercules to the demagogues, nning to them " No plus ultra.' He the future without disquietude. The ord the irreconcilable Radicals would would be " amnesty," and that cry would restore the Marshal to the power seek to contest. It would not require to arive all the centres into his arms, even some of the Republicans. Said that France must give foreign gov epts guarantees for tranquily, the of which must be a soldier at the head of ment. .Gambetta said: "We will have more 400 In the next Assembly, and the con ee will be that the Marshal will be to submit or retire. In saying this I gave him a piece of advice that are changed. Now he must retire." predicted M. Grevy as the new Re President in the near future. Simon thought the Republicans would to the Chamber with from 380 to 390 amid that when the Assembly meets, the ty will vote the credits without oppo idle words will be replaced by acts to consolidate the republic. He be MacMahon would do wisely to re favor of M. Grevy, who enjoyed the of the Republicans without excep M. Cassagnac said that the government gain sufficient votes to raise the minority 980. As a consequence of the elections, he the Republicans who have connec th the International League, the lead which are German, will demand imme the re-establishment of the National and the suppression of the terrn army. The Chamber will re to accede to this demand, and the issue about Gambetta.will come up Qomnlderation. By that time the courts have pronounced their judgments 1 him, and he will be expelhd from the 1 But he will be sustained never- i In face of this illegal act, MacMahon be obliged to bring the Chamber up as this election. Then will follow a new ution, after which the majority will be ll oonservative. in reply to a question, stated 1 troues might possibly arise in Paris, not elsewhere in the country. Vermillot considered that the government laboring under serious illusions. eThe of the elections will be deplorable, will retard a conservative settlement; said he, pass through the extreme reach anything. Reasonably, the In wIll remain but he must seek mm-n*t among the eccentric coteries nur .bg the Left. These having wearied the a and the Marshal, will excite alarms a he proposes to retire he will be sup to thus becoming master of which he wilishape as he pleases. eventuality, MacMahon, he N would demand' a plebiscite to sa the gresidency for life, with a sue WmahshouldlIndkate. In the event Ar.pIý iwn.l as tl ower them 0*1 be no troubl, and the rmaloosuht will ant stir an Inch while a soldier it at the head of the government. M. Bapst thoht that the government would ga about eighty votes in the election. The maority said he, will be divided on the following iay, for it is not qulteareed on the princpf onts which Is tne overthrow of the Marshal. Many will hesitate as soon s it becomes certain that the Marshal will not resign, and a reign of vexa tious annoyance will commence. The Mar shal, certain of an affirmative result, will then seek the co-operation of other elected bodies, which are the issue of universal suf frage. In the Councils General afterward there will be a compromise; the Left Centre will rally to the Marshal when strengthened by a plebiscite or other such means. There is no trouble in the future, and all will be arranged more easily than the most confident believe. M. D. E. Girardin felt assured that the Marshal would be terribly defeated. The Re publicans will have more than 400 members. The Marshal, who prefers to remain at the head of the government, not because he likes it, but because his wife will not give up her position, will then, on second thought arrange natters with the Republicans. All he will need to do is to select as members of his Cabinet a ministry known to be devoted to the Republican ary. MacMahon can easily be convinced thatthe Republicansdonotthreaten the social order of the country. No troubles can come except from the government, which ma create them either by its present atti tude or by calculating upon the effects of its own intimation. If Mac ahon should abandon his post or die before 1880 M. Grevy would be placed in his position for ad interim, and there exists every reason to believe that in 1880 M. Gambetta will be charged with the executive power. Edmond About believed that the result of the election will be a large Republican ma jority of at least 400 votes the consequence of which would be a return f0 office of all the men who have occupied positions durin the past seven years. A Dufaure Ministry will be the first cuisine. Then young men, ac cepting accomplished facts, will join the Re publicans, and the republic will receive these recruits joyfully, and they will complete the personnel necessary to every administration. Marshal MacMahon will return to his estate in the country, leaving the Presidency to M. Grevy. Lirevy. Henri Rochefort believed that the Repub Ilcans would return to power with an in 0 creased majority, and they would find it in cumbent upon themselves to expel Marshal Y MacMahon from power, so as to rid the 9 country of a man who was only the tool of the Imperialists. He did not expect any trouble or any conflict of arms between the opposing political elements but he felt that a L'time was rapidly approaching when a grat revolution would occur in the sentiment of ' the French people, all of which would result e in the most emphatic and sinal triumph of r the Communal principles. These once es tablished, would be maintained al all cost. 8 regardless of the quantity of blood that might be required to uphold them to the end. 3 WAR NOTES. THE ROUMAWIANs ARE TIRED O WAR AND WANTTO WITHDRAW. Chevket Pasha in Plevna-Disease in the Turkish Army-Peace Negotiations. LONDON, Det. 14.-It is the belief in well informed circles here that Austria is address ing Turkey with a view to negotiate for a speedy peace. Inthis, however the Emperor Francis Joseph is alone, for Germany and England have not made up their minds to aid in such an effort. They are evidently wait ing the result of the French elections, which may affect the question of European peace to a very great extent. Condition and Lesses of the Russian Army. LONDON Oct. 14.-A special correspondent with the *ussian army before Plevna sends very discouraging accounts of the condition of the Russian troops, though he adds that he finds them in much better condition than he was led to believe they were when he was in Bucharest. The state of the field hospitals is reported as particularly distressipg. Up to the end of September the total number of deaths are said to have reached at least 47,000 men. The sick, wounded and dead, since the passage of the Danube, number not less than Chevket Pasha at Plevas. CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 14.-Chevket Pasha, concerning whose movements there has been some uncertainty, now telegraphs from Plevna under date of October 12: 'I have ar rived at Plevna and interviewed Osman Pasha. A third convoy has entered Plevna. There is no force of the enemy on the road from Plevna to Orchanich, which is guarded by troops stationed at the principal .points." Comparative Strength of the Armies in Bulgaria. LONDON, Oct. 14.-The Times' war summary contains an elaborate computation of the strength of the Russian army of the Danube. The conclusion is that only 200,000 men have crossed the Danube of whom 60,000 have been disposed of by battle or disease. Of the Im perial Guard only 60,000 will reach the front fit for duty, so that as reinforced the army will again amount to 200,000. This Includes the Roumanians, but excludes the Dobrud scha column of 30,000. The writer estimates Osman Pasha's army as reinforced at 100,000, and Suleiman Pasha's at about the same, so that the two combatants have about equal forces. Rsumania Clamorous for Peace. LONDoN, Oct. 14.-At the present moment the discontent in Roumania is quite marked. The Roumanian press are clamoring for the withdrawal of that principality from the war. The people are just now fnding out that over one-third of the Roumanian army has been placed hors de combat in the battles in the front of Plevna and the greatest grief and consternation has prevailed sinee the actual truth has been found out. In the meantime the Russians are concentrating a heavy force near the Laive, where an attack from Suleiman Pasha is looked for. The seige operations, under the direction of Gen. Todtleben, the.new chief of staffare go ing on around Plevna, in spite of the wintry weather, which has already set in. Pteparing for the Winter. LONDON, Oct. 14.-A Bucharest dispatch says the whole Roumanian army before Plevna has been provided with winter clothing. _______ Schlpka Pass. LONDON, Oct. 14.-Turkish reports from Schipka represent that military operations are entirely suspended by the weather. Zimmerman at Last Heard From. LONDON, Oct. 14.-Ibrail advices of the 10th instant, state that Suleiman Pasha has de tached 30,000 men in consequence of a move ment of Gen. Zimmerman. Disease In Suleiman Pasha's Army. LONDON Oct. 14.-A Bucharest dispatch says that Intelligence from Biela states that Suleiman Pasha's army is decimated by typhus fever. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. WASHINGTON. Oct, 15.-Indications for Mon dayr, 1 a. in.: kor the South Atlantic and Eastern Gulf States, warmer, partly cloudy weather, areas of light rain, light variable winds, mostly trom the east, and stationary pressure. For the Western Guif States. partl y cloudy wvather. rain areas, southerly winds, station ary pressure and tempitra ure. MARINE NEWS. LONDON, Oct. 14.-The steamer Neekar. from New York ftrBremm'n passed the Wesser light ship on the 11th. with her shaft broken. Bead Nayra's invitation to the China Palace. Nmr h~aad l.to9W RrV11 NEWS. OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEX6OBAT, 1 Monday. Octoberti', 1877. Arrivals. Isabel, Eva, C. H. Durfee, Col. A. k'. Kouns. Yazoo, Dawn. To Arrive. Mary Ida, Blue Wing No. 3. upper coast: Al vin, Martha, lower coast; Belle of Shreveport. Gold Dust, St. Louis; Ouachita Belie, Gov. Allen, Bayou Sara' Katie, Arkapolis; Henry Tote, Donaldsonville; Bertha, Opelousas; Bas tro , Ouachita John H. Hanna, Baton Rouge: R. B. Lee, Vicksburg: James Howard, Memphis. The great Memphis cotton packet James Howard. B. R. Pegram in command, J. H. Chas saing clerk, will arrive to leave Thursday for Memphis and the bends, The Robt. E. Lee, leaving to-morrow, connects at Vicksburg with the Anchor line for Memphis and St. Lou s. Capt. James P. McElroy, of the John H. Han na, has a special notice in another part of the tEgaonCAT, to which attention is called, The Ouachita Belle, making semi-weekly trie to Bayou Sara, will arrive this evening, and return Wednesday at5 p. m. The Bertha for the Atchafalaya, and the Baa trop, for the Oluachita, will arrive to leave Wed nesday as usual. The fleet and unsurpassed Katie leaves to day punctually at 5 p. m. for the bends to Arka The Ohio river, as shown in Friday's dis patches to the Cincinnati Commercial: New Albany.-River rose 2 inches. The Fletcher was aground twenty-two hours on Portland Bar and got over this afternoon. Twenty-one inches on Portland Bar.etyneihs Evanaeille.-River falling slowly, with 1 2-1o feat large on the gauge. The Fair Play and Dick Johnson are agr'und on Three-mile. The Mary Elizabeth got over Walker's Bar. The Rapidan has been at Henderson all day lighting over, and has just arrived at 7:30. The Silvorthorn found but 2 feet at Slim Island. She could not get over, and is on her way back. The Cotton Valley is till on Puppy Creek this morning. Pilots report 3 feet on the Graed Chain, it feet on Cottonwood. 30 inches at the head of Cumber land Island. 3 feet at Pryor's Island, Walker's lar and Caseyville, 3 feet at Shawneetown, 2 feet at Slim Island and Henderson. haeuneeowen.-Three feet on the bar. No packets down last night or to-day, they having trouble at Henderson Bar, which Is getting very bad. The Mary Elizabeth, Fair Play, John Wilson, Joe Bryarly and Golden Crown, in the order named are all on the way down from the Ohio, together with the Ashland, John A. Scudder. Warner, Bee and Future City from St. Louis, bu~t when they will get here is just what no fellow can toll just now. The Belie of Shreve port due yesterday, was ten days between St. Louis and Memphis, and seventeen days out to this port. She is announced to retura Thurs da !je Fannie Tatum, on theway from St. Louis. is making a trip to Vieksbur in place of the Anchor line steamer City of Vicksburg. Capt. Jas. Phelps left ye3terday by rail. Charles Dlie Clem Noite and Henry Se-aman run the office of, the Scudder, The S~cudder is to leave Memphis Wednesday. The Yazoo Valley is announced in another column as a regular through packet from hero to Vicksburg and the Yazoo, leaving every Wednesday. The Valley is not only a new boat and a fine one, but she is fast, and will make her time with ease. her time with ease. The following boats were lying at the various landings f this ort yesterday: John T.Moore, Bart Able Maria Louise. Julia, Wili~e, John ARHoward, ýanoo Valley, W. J. Poitevent, Sm Sole, City of Auua, Era No. 10 Tensas Tren ton, Painter N'o. 2. t~tella flock, Robert 'Young, Danube, St. Mtary, George Spiangler. S~. John, Ella Hughey. Thompson Dean, Assumption. La he Belle. Tom Pars~er, Lassie Taylor. Eva, Isabel, Dawn, Yazoo, Col. A. P. Keuns and C. H. Durfee. ell Te D~urfee, leafinag to-day, will most proba bl .ur ak from Alexandria, so as to get on is- Slaturday again, her regular day. a The movements of the Kouns are yet in abey or anie. nd The Thompson Dean will come to the wharf id to-day, and leave Wedhesday, without faill iý for Vicksburg and bend landin ags to Argyle. Ca. Jas. Pepptor in command, Capt. Frank to ThBk. J.John starts out Wednesday for Baton Rouge, with Frank Bergeron on the roof, J. C. Bergeron in the office. 7. Gold Dust, dun yesterday froa Bt. Louis, nisannounied to return to-day. ntThe St. Francis Belle leaves daily at 7:20 a. M. ds from Bienvitle street for Wesiwego, running in :)n connection with the New Orleans and Texas at Railroadi to Donaldsonville. I in The lower coast and Pint Eads United States as mail and passenger packet Eva leaves to day at io 'clock piromptly. Jobn Taylor in command. 15The tni-weekly coast, D~onaldsonville and JP Ashland plantation steamer Blue Wing No. 3 of leaves to-day atl10a. M. J. A. Comnstock in com 00 mand, Messrs. Wood and Dean clerks. lhe The John H. Hanna leaves to-day at 5 p. tn m. for Plaquemine Biton Rouge and all coast landings. J. P. McElroy in command, L. P. Delahoussaye clerk. The United States mail and Passenger packet Gov. Allen, J. J. Brown master. S. S. 1treck d., clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. m. for Bayou Sara. 3n The Katie, J. W. Tobin master, W. N. I aines n clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. in. for Vicksburg r- and all bend landings to Arkapolis. ln The Alexandria and Grant Ecore arket C. a. H. Durfee, W. T. Boardman master, Geo. Ham ilton clerk~, leaves to-day, positively, atop. in. ande steamer Yazoo arrived Saturday night )iall leaves to-day at 5 p. m. for Vicksburg and alpoints on the Yaz-io and Tallahatche rivers. Si. H. Panisot in command Jesse McLean clerk. The B. I. line steamer Mary Ida is receiving to leave to-morrow at 10 a. in. for the coast through to Ben Tureaud's, J. A. Ruiz in com The Hen Tei , J. F. Aucoin master, M. H. SLandrycler, leaves to-morrow at lo a, m. for 'e the coast and Dona dsonville. n The new st amer Alvin. W. T. Scovell 1- master, I aves to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. promptly it for the lower coast to the Quarantine Station. The lower coast United States mail packet Martha. W. S Bassett master, leaves to-morrow at 12 mi. for Port Eads. The Robert E. Lee will leave to-morrow for l Vicksburg and all mall landings, Capt. Win. 4, Campbi-ll in command, A, MeVay in the offce. o The New Orleans and Aied River 'iransporta il tion Company steamer Dawn, Chas. P. Truslow master Charles Drown clerk, is receiving to leave W"ednesday at r p. mn. for Shreveport and Jefferson. t D. A. P. writes as follows from St. Louis to the Cincinnati Enquirer: Before the smoke had I. ceased to issue from the burning wreck, or e within eight hours after her destruction, Capt. r. Thorwegan busied himse~f in an effort to fin itmediately rebuild her, but up~on examination it was found nothing remained of the steamer but n a worthless hut hidden beneath the dark waters, and much damaged machinery. Learn ing these facts, he turned his attention toward securing a new boat. Purchasing the immense iron hull belonging to the Western Iron Boat I Building Company, he had it towed to the foot u of Morgan street, and an army of mechanics set to work with orders to have the new boat f ready to receive cargo within thirty days. He -has secured the powerful machinr ftheonce ppay'stowoatVar Alcewhih wllbe placed in his new venture. The cylinder timbers are already in lace, much of the deck frame in po sition and the work of setting up machinery commenced, Capt. Thorwegan superintends every detail of the construition. From the r risin of the sun to the goin down thereof he mayn seen actively engagen about the vessel, Sbefore the loss of his former steamer will benfully realized he will be sailieugtoward the sunny South with an Immense cargo on his new Southern packet. the'Iron World. It is not yet fully determined that tue new boat will bear the above name. It has been suggested as appro priate and in all probability will be adopted. te aptain is too thoroughly engaged to en gage in idle conversation, hence while on a viot eothe scene of his r boat-yard"sIdeof hit fah dn to defer an interview to son future timo Suffice It to say the new craft will create a son " sation on the lower river, and will afford roof sufficient if any were needed, of the i ndomi table will and energyof its owner and coi t St LusRpbia.Otbr1: Capt. W. J. Kouns has control cf the steamer Glencoe. This is enough for the public to know, if the public has any interest in the matter. We regret to announce the serious illness of Capt. J. P. Sedam, formerly of the Be'fast and ether steamers, at the residence of his father, in Delhi, in this county. It is feared he chinnot recover. Sioux City Journal, October 7: The steamer A. Railing, coming down the Mississippi, will I take a cargo of produce. to New Orleans. Sh has been secured by the Cooley brothers to run in the Tensas. New goods at Offner's, Monday. Read Navra's invitation to the China Palace Bead Navra's invitation to the China Palace. Go to Offner's only for new and choice china, 2 glass and crockery. Bead Navra's invitation to the China Palace. i TI Lava um In mreat vsa-foty, at Ofasr'e 1"h tb MARINE NEWS. OmIOu NZW OBRIANS D3MO0BAT, IOctober 15, 1877. Arrived. 'Ger bark A Klockman. Beitsaki, 00 days Irom Malaga for Peneatola, (put in in distress) to master-Al - Ship Nunquam Dormno, Cousins 53 days freom Havre in ballase) to master-4th die Ship John Patten, Duncan. 21 days from New York, y to No, ton & Bell-lit die 31 - Ship Cromwell, Barstom, 18 days from Boston to mas ter-let die Bark Anna Walsh, Lawrence, 43 days from Rio do s Janeiro. to lPouruine &oo-1st die 12 - Am schr Elisabeth Edwards, Dalbow 35 days from r Philadelphia, to Decor &co-lt dis 28 Sohr Clara. Salvador, from Grand Caillou to master a Iddis7 5TUANOOATA. Yazoo, Ledbetter, from Louisville S C H Durfee, Boardman. from Alexandria Col A P Kouns, Konna. from Grand Ecore 9 Dawn, Truslow. from Shreveport Eva, Taylor, from Port Eads Isabel, O'Pry, from Quarantine Station Below-Catmesl Up. Bark Wild Hunter. Minot, 23 days from Boston, to masler Span bark America Texanara 4 days from Havana, (in ballast) to CdarIes & Gilbert Green &no Ship Landeeer, Knowles, 62 days from Liverpool (in ballast) to Decan ton Bark Regina, Corning, 60 days from Greenock, in ballast, to ms r Ship L L Sturges, Linnekin, 63 days from London tobShult &co Brit bark Kingston, Lindgren, 51 days fm Greenock. r Ia ballast, to Decan &no At Quarantine Station. Fr bark Aubepene, Antone, 9 days from Havana (in ballast) to master Rleoselaet f redae.. LOUISVILLE-Per steamerYazoo-1100 bble flour Howard & Preston-i00 bble cornmeal Prudhomme & Briggs-100 bble grits C H Lawrence &co..381 sacks eats Joe West &oo-125 do C T Buddecke & Son-125 do H T Lawler-86 his handles Stauffer. Macready too-61 bxs glass S M Todd..25 trunks F Belden-4 bales cotton J L Harris &eo-i do Bickham & Moore -6 hbs bitters I L Lyons-3 kg. butter 10 boxes eggs Miller & Meyer-9 do D A Given & Son-1l6 boxes mdse lot furniture M La & T R R....44 stoves etc to order-13 trunks L Ceeson..15 do Joe Hirsch....4 do Wm Blana-20 do A Kanffman..8 do Wm Hogan-2 bbis buons W P Con erse Jr &oo-40 pkgs mdoe J C Morris..6 do F Johnson....11 stoves T Phideree..51 do F A Kraft..32 do Barrett & Weiman-lot furni tore sundries to order-Total 3 bales cotton 1100 bbls flour 631 sacks oate SHREVEPORT-Per steamer Dawn--139 bales cottoni Jno Chaffe & Sons-100 do tb order-9o do 8 B Steers. .75 C L Walmsley &0o--45 Stewart Bros &oe -15 Payne, Kennedy &oo---22 Chalfe, Hamilton & Powell-18 T L Airey &on 17 R T Buckner & Bro 16 JP Harrison jr &co-13 N 0 &RRTCo 2 Mc Gehee, Snowden & Violett-12 Richardson & May-8 8 W Rawlins-7 G W Sente 1 keo-7 John I Noble 7 Flash, Lewis &co-- C H C Brown--5 J W Bur bridge &co-4 Meyer, Wets &co-3 8 C Wilkinson & co-3Forseall & Jumonville-2 IH Leckie--2 Kirk. patrick & Keith- 2 Ar Miltenberger & Pollock--i Renshaw, Cammack &co-snndries to order-Total 641 bales cotton GRAND ECORE-Per steamer Col A P Konns 100 bales cotton 8 B Steers-85 do C L Walmeley &co -75 N 0& Ii R T Co-49 Meyre, Weis &3o-48 J L Harris &co-47 Itenshaw. Cammack &co-40 T L At. rey &co-36 Payne. Kennedy koen--19 Jno Chafe & Sons-19 Chase, Hamilton & Powell--!6 Oscar Cho pin-12 J C Doni1s-2 McGehee, Snowden & Violett -11 Stewart Bros &co-10 Hartwell It Chambers-9 Beraud It Gibert-7 Nalle & Cammack-7 8 W Raw. lin F7 Lev & Clark---7 Lebman, Abraham koo 7 Jurey & Gillis..7 RT Buckner & Bro-6 Jno Phelps &oo-6 Hy Leckle-..4 L H Gardner Ico... .3 Alcne, Soherok & Autey-2 Paul Baunigny..2 Ar Milteuber ger & Pollock-2 Schmidt It Ziegler-2 R T Buckner & Bro-1 H Allseon kno-1 SC Wilkerson--i J W Burbridge &ko- 1 Gumbel- 652 sacks cotton seed N 0 Cotton Seed Association--28 sacks seed cotton T L Airey &tno-sundrnes to order-Total 661 bales coten f54 sacks cotton seed 28 sacks seed cotton ALEXANDRIA-Per steamer C H Durfee-74 bales cotton Payne. Kennedy &co 74 do Renshaw, Cammack &co-71 Meyer, Wets &oo-64 8 Friedland er-56 C L Walmaley Aco-45 McGehee, Snowden & Violett-44 Clapp Bros &co-40 R T Buckner & Bro - 39 Nalle & Cammack- 28 S C Wilkerson- 87 Beraud & Gibert-25 Allen, Nugent too--17 J W Burbridge &0o-'14 Oscar Chopin-12 Hy Leckie-10 G W Sentell &co-8 John I Adams keo--4 H & C Newman -3 8 W Rawline-3 Temple 8 Coons &co-3 1 J L Harris &co-3 H Allison too-3 W C Black &co I -2 Lehman. Abraham &oi-S Bosh & Levert--2 8 Gumbel-2 Ogden & Bell-2 L B Gardner-1 Conger & Kelly-16 sacks seed coton Renshaw. Cammack & co-C do Berand & Gibert-l bale wool S Friediander -52 head cattle 0 Mehle &co--sundrles to order-To tal 616 bales cotton 22 sacks seed cotton 52 bead cattle PORT FADS-Per steamer Eva 330 sacks rough rice Steward I Thnopson- r4 do S Bapel--62 do Ho pa Mill-CO bbla rice F Boiler-21 do A Socoa-12 do J Nelsen kco-14 do V H Bernard- sundries to ] order-Total 127 bble rice 446 sacks rough rice QUARANTINE STATION-Per steamer Isabel 13 hhds sugar Richard Milliken-89 UIls rice A Soco. la-11 do F Roder-243 sacks rough rice P K 1 homp. son-104 do J A Blaffer Aco-S2 doiSlewerd & Thomp son-40 do Kip & Ruch-36 do J A Blaff r &co-13 do ] A Socola-1l4 sacks oysters Morean & Toca-7 bales r muss L Reder-sundries to order-notal 13 hhd sugar e 100 bbls rice 520 sacks rough rice GRAND C AILLOU-Per schr Clara-60 bales mos 20 bbls sweet potatoes to order av vv. u w /Y8 0 W ym n ouct STEAMBOATS. MEMPHIS. REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. Leaves on THURSDAY, 18th inst., at 5 p. m. FOR MEMPHIS, HELENA, MOUTH of White river, Arkanolis, Argyle, Greenville Lake Providence, Vieks burg. Natchez, and all bend and plantation land ings-The elegant passenger steamer JAMES HOWARD, B. R Pegram master, J. H. Chassaing clerk, Will leave as above, paying parti 'ular attention to bend and lantation fretghts. For freight or passave app on board or to oc14 tIf (,. G. WAYNE, ie Gravier street. MEMPHIS AND BENDS PACKET. LEAVES EVERY OTHER WEEK. FOR MEMPHIS, HELENA, TER rence. Arkopolis. Greenville, Lake Providence. Vicksburg and the Bends-The iron steamer (Now finishing at St. Lo'uis.) W. H. Thorwegan, master, Geo. Miltenberger, clerk. will commence her trips in the trade as above, during the latter part of October, and continue throughout the season. J. B. WOODS & CO., Agents. se27 tf 104 Common street. VICKSBURG, YAZOO AND TALLA. HATCHIE. REGULAR NEW ORLEANS, VICKSBURG, YAZOO AND TALLAHATCHIE THROUGiH PACKET. LEAVES EVERY WEDNESDAY. THE NEW AND FINE STEAMER YAZOO VALLEY, -- Master J. T. Hall clerk, Will leave as above regularly ever Wednesday. Frfreighto esag aDyOn board or to )c14 tfJANNEY &WORE, 1 6Cmmn t. OPENING DAY. ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1877,' ime. Julie LaB. Fisher Will have her first Grand Opening of FALL FASHIONS, -In.. MILLINERY, COSTURER, ETC., -In ler Parlors at the "Turner Mansion," 188 CANAL STRMET. odel tf CHINA-GLASS. VINET. 07..............Canal street.......267 Near Rampart street, ivites his friends and the public in general to sit his store, examine his goods, and satisfy lelsselves that they OPELOUS*A. BEGGLAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. ea.Port Barre. Simmaport C nrc vile, and all landings on the Coast tenaaipa river and Bayou Courtableau-The very light draft passenger steamer RIG SUNFLOWER, A. P. Trousdale, Master; J. B. Schmidt clerk will positively leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board or to BITE & CABLIN. Agents, No. 4 Tehoupitoulas street, Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie. aule REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at a j. m. FOR WASHINGTON, VPELOU sas, Port Barre, Simmsport, Church viyle, and all landings on the Coast, tcha a a river and Bayou (ourtableau-The new and light draft steamer BERTHA, H. H. Broad master. Theo. Jobin clerk. will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or to BRITTON & EPPLER, 81 Gravier street. R. W. ADAMS 21 Commercial Place. Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie. ja22 tf OUACHITA RIVER. NEWTRAEAN NSORAkTI N COMPAmsYX.ºE OUACHITA CITY. TRENTON AND MONROE Weekly Ouasehita City U. S. Stal Packet. LeavsO OUACHITA CITY. TAEN. e eMonr and all town landings BASTROP. [In place of John H. Hanna.] F. A. Blanks, master. B. G. Cornwell. clerk Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the right to refuse any landing except mail land ings. For freight or passage apply on board, cr Capt F. A. BLANKS President, Ino2 Canal street corner Del~ HITE & OARLIN BRITTOW & EPPLE. JAN4NEY & WORK LORD & MoPEAKE. Ag'ts, P. S.-Has regufar connection with all the tributaries, fell tf YAZOO AND TALLAlIATCHIE. REGULAR YAZOO AND TALLkHATOHIE RIVERS THROUGH PACKET. PARISOT LINE. Leaves on MONDAY. October 15, at 5 p. m. For all landings on Yazoo and Tal lahatchie Rivers L going through Thula Lake and Little Tallahatchie river to Bharkey's Landlnt-The steamer YAZOS, S. H. Parisot, master, Will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board or to BRITTON & EPPLER, 0c12 82 Gravier street. BATON ROUGE. REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 1o a. m. and BATURI'AY at 5p ., Commencing WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17. Al The passenger steamer ST, JOHN Frank Bergeron, master. J. d. Bergeron clerk. Leaves as above for Baton Rouge, Plaque mine, Donaldsonville and all coast ndi s, re turning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN INGS. Fr freight or passage apply on hoard or to sell tf E. 0. MELANCON. 82 Bienville at. REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m,, and FRIDAY at 12 m., The asenger steamer 3. P. McElroy master, L. P. Delahoussaye clerk. Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Plaque mine, Donaldsonville and all coast landin s rerning every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAI For freight or asE ea l on board or to 90 . E. MELAN(CON, 32 Bienvllle LA1l OURCHE. h TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND 2 COAST PACKET. o Leaves even TUESDAY at 1o a. m., THURS. DAY and SATURDAY at 12 m. _____TEE NEW PASSENGEBSTEAXES HENRY TETE, P J. F. Aucoin master, M. H. Landry clerk, o Pays particular attention to way business, and a returns down the Coast, leaving Donaldsonville r every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 5. a. m. For freight or passage apply on board, or Sto B. RIVET. 105 Decatur street. P. 8.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight in daylight. DONALDSONVILLE. FORDONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD. THE STEAMER ST. I'M AlICIS BELLE, Will am Gibson, maeter, Will leave the head of Blenville street at 7:30 a. m. for Westwego, with passengers for all sta tions on the New Orleans and Texas Railrcai. Returning. will arrive at 5:45 p. m. Same boat, connecting with Sunday Accommodation Train, will leave at 5 a. m.. returning same day at 6 p: m. Freight received at the same place up to 4:30 o'clock will be delivered at its destination next morning. oclo tf C. E. PAYNE, Superintendent. UPPER COAST. FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT. NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER CO 4ST M. I. DAILY LINE OF PACKETS. FOR BIN. TUREAUD'S, ASCEN sion and all plantation landings. The steamer MARY IDA, J. A. Ruz, master. - , clerk, Leaves TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT URDAYS, at 10 a. in. The steamer Alcide Albert master. Arthur Nicolle, clerk, Leaves MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS and FRI DAYS, at 10 a. m. both boats return on alter. nate days and in daylight. For freight or pas sage apply on board or to eel W. J. COMAUX. 20 Conti street. REGULAR TEI-WEEKLY PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY an BATURDAY at to a. m. FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION Ascension parish, Donaldsonville and all coast landings-The fin side-wheel passenger steamer BLUE WING NO 8, J. A. Comstock, master. Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean, clerks. Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Sun day, coming down the coast in daylight. No freight or passage aply on board or to n22 B. HENO, 19 Conti street P'S. All freight delivered in the daytime. BAYOU SARA. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA ANTy COAST PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 n. m FOR BAYOU SARA WATERLOO, Hermitage, Port )dickey, Baton Rouge. Plsquemnine and way land ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer *UAC I'rA BELLE (Representing new boat budding), John C. Libano, master. John H. Mossop, clerk, Leaves as above, returnin down the coast every MONDAY and FRIDAY. For freight or passage aepply on board or to BRITTON & EPPLER, 82 Gravier st. au29 LORD & McPEAKE. 46 Camp street. BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS, STE. GOV. ALLEN. STAe John e . Brown Master. Master. FO l BAYOU SARA, WAT~EBLOOi HeHrmitage. Port Hudo odl' Store, onRue nson otuell's and postofioe landings-o- e fsumie Steainer Gov. Allen, Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 6 p. mn. Ivoy WED JIDAY and BATUfDAT at s D. m. ? ýýs o to 1 RED RIV1 R. 3ed River and Texan. NEW ORBANS AND RED RIVER T PORT ON PORTANY AND JE .T CEIO RAILWAY AND CONNET 0 Through bills of lading and through p ra (Ia stations in Texas n The best.rou Wo ~ r n so igmoi g etn ill le ave na aaab ve F r ro s al oelln, o ardo Louise. TeRa, 0. H, Durfee, vol. A. P1 Counsm Lotus No. I, W.J ea.Bonnie Lee Dawrj F OR SHREEVIE, Aw. stton net aai 01n ReAdrRiver and raiilway FOR SHRAVEPOI AND JEFFERSON. ' Dawn, O. P. Truslow master. Leaves WEDNESDAY October 17. at 6 D. n. ewill be farged att mouth of River. or to the O mrtans. y obilllamding For freev heht or Passage a ply on board l that the oface o the afe. iHXTU&AOAIILIIN DBRIT_ ji WEEKLY GRAND SCORE PACKET. FOR GRAND ECAtRiI. MONT. Lgomery, Alexandria, Norman's Bar. bin's and way landings-The steaptl. ers TEXAN Leaves _____ hnKay,. master. -.WatlpAA.in C. I. DIRorEE, (In place of the New Bart Able.) Richard NTTAnott, master. Leaves MONDAY Oetoher 1EA at 5 a. m. Will leave as above. Vor freight, or am apply on board or to R. W. ADAa0. ause No. 21 Commercial Prse,, VICKWlURG, mREENVILLE, ARmTLRt ARKAPOLIS AND DEWDO. Loaves EVERY MONDAY, at ep. i. Argyle, VicDksbrg and atnhe Bends-la The fine and fast passenger packet KATIE, 3. W. Tobin. master; W. N. Calmes, elerk; connecting at Vicksburg with Parlsott's Line for ' all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie rlve, 5. Boat reserves the right .to pass all lanwdin.: that the captain ma3 deem unsafe. JAROCKETT &OARK Z Through bills lading Given toMS Tren on.Xci roe and all stations on Vioksbnrg, Shreeol nd Texas Railroad. Also, to all points ont apolis and Pine Bluff Railroad, BROCKATT B CARTER. Agents, oce 38 Magazine street, UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY at 56p.m. SFOR VICESBUEG, NATN Davis' Bend and intermedate lngs-TIF~ steamer relt ROBERT E. LEE, William Campbell, master. A. McVay, clerk, leaves as above, connecting at Vicksburg With Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo, tRSUn flower, Deer Creek and 'Tallahatchie. R. W. ADAMS, JANNEY & WORK, HITE & CARLIN. Agents. Will give through bills of lading to Trenton.. Monroe, and all stations on the Vicksbnrg,. Shreveport and TWxaB SRaioCHE3va Delta.a,a.. W.l B. BR aCgaz, Agent. dell 3 Magaine street. LEAVES EVERY WEDNESDAY, Commencing Wednesday, October 17, FOR BATON ROUGE, BAYOU` Sara, Natchez, Vicksburg, Lak Providence, Greenville, Argyleank way landings-The magnificent steamer THOMPSON DEAN, Jas. H. Pepper, master, Frank Beck. Jr., clerk,. will leave as above regularly. For freight or passage aplp on board. P. 8.-The Lean has been newly repaired, re. fitted, refurnished, and is better adapted to cotton trade than ever. and by fair dealing wi shippers and consignees, a reasonable rate strict attention to busine s, this elegant stea hop s to receive a fair share of the businds the trade. LORD & McPEAKE, 46 Camp street. BRITTON & EPPLER, 51 Gravior street. C. G. WAYNE, loes Gravier street. oct UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every THURSDAY at 5 p. m. & FORt GR EE VI L 6,0IK Sa T and the Benyd-IThe' fine° anndfel passenger packet FRANK PAROSUD, J. M. White master. C. Holmes clerk, Will leave as above, connecting at VickebuRa with the "Parisot Line" for all points on Jnaw and Tallahatchie rivers. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JNE OK JANNEY & WORK, R. W. ADAMS, Through Bills of LOCKn t g CAtTr Monroe and als on on Vickburg, Shrevet port and Texas Railroad., ikbrg hee mh27 BROCKETT & CARTER, SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED BTATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY, at s D. m. SFOR VICKSBUP.G, DAVIS' B~ Natch z and alt intermediate lan ings-The passenger packet NATCHEZ, T. P. Leathers masts: J. F. Muse clerk. connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line for Yazoo, Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Cairo aD4 St. Louis. This boat reserves the right to pass all land. ings that the Captain may c'nsiler unsafe. For freight or assage apply; n board, or to JANNEY doWORK. 1nc Comrnop streak~ BITE & CARLIN.4 Tchoupitt..ts street. Will give through bills of lading to Trenton,. Monroe, and all stations on Vicks burg, Shreve port and Texas Railroad, via Delta. La. myc W. B. BiOCKETT, Agent, GREAT REDUCTION I K CABIN PAsSAGE TO Vicksburg...... ......s Natchez .........g Bayou Sara........... 4 Baton Rouge........ a SThe above rates will be accepted by the following passenger steam CITY OF ALTON; PUSIE STLVER, GLENCOE, COMMONWEALTH. CENTENNIAL BISMARCK BELLE OF SHRE VEPORi'. Apply to J. B. WOODS & CO., Agents, se26 tf 104 Common street. LOWER COAST' NEW SCHEDULE. LOWER COAST TRI-WEEKLY 1 . passenger packet for Quarantine. e ation Buras Settlement. Pointe-f. la-Hache end all intermediate aadings-Tbe new, safe and fast passenger steamer ALVIN, W. T. Scovell, master Henry Kouns and fohn Estopinal, clerks. Leaves every TUESDAY, THURSDAY an& SATURDAY at 10:36 a. m. Returning on alter nate days. early in the evening. For freight or passage apply on board. P. S-Has a clerk on the levee during the d.. head of Conti street. se 12t1 LOWER COAST UNITED STATES DAILY LINE (S4UNDAYS EXCEPTED. SFOR PORT LADS, THE FO0 Buras, Quarantine, Pointe-a Hache and way landings-The low-pressure Pullman pa-ace steamer MARTHA. W. S. Bassett. masted leaves TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS at Is a i., SATURDAYS at 5 p. m. (extending Seor.. day trip to Pilot Town. Southwest Pas) lng Monday mornings. Wednesday an l' evenings. The A No.1 steamer EVA. DAS, at 105. in.,; Wreturnling Ticket. for round trip S~ *, ,.