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Orr103 N ORLAN DMOO, AT, Cleared Ystriday. Rarkentine Golden Sheal. Thompson, for London Norton & Bell Span bark Antonio, Abril, for Barcelona D Fatlo &co Arrived. Ship Prusiad, Stinson. from Hall. Eng, Sept 2O, to Silas Weeks &co-1st die 34 Nor bark Norsk Flag, Neilsen, 4 dave from Havre, in ballast, to master--lst ais 19 Bohr Mary Lord. Lord, from Barcelona, to C & G Green &co-Pic Tier mBANIBOATU. Robt E Lee Campbell from Vickeslurg Lessie Taylor Kennlson, from Opelousas Alexandria, louns, from Jefferson Gov Allen. Brown. from Baron Bara Thompson Dean, Pepper, f om Memphis Katie, Tobin, from Greenville JLO H Hanna, Bergeron. fromn Baton Rouge Blue Wing No 3, Comstook. from Chathamu Plan tation City of Augusta, Elliott, from Jackson port Henry Teae, Aucoln. from Donaldsonvllle Mary Ida. Ruas, from Upper Coast Willie, Trininad. from Camden . Alioe, Porter, fromAmite River-New Basin Below-Comleg Up and Waiting Orders. Am sohr Stella, Rosmonson, 20 days from Portland, Me, to A Egan Brit ship Wm Douolass, Dounglass, 41 days from Havre. to master Ship Maria Sieeenberg, Stricker. 41 days fm Liver pool, to master, for orders Brit ship Latons, Shenming, 53 days fm Montevideo, to master BehrLeander A Knowles. Lathrop, 10 days from As pinwall in ballas-t, for oreoors Schr Daisy E Pat khurst, Houper, 4 days fm Sagna Is Granue, to master - ailled Ship 8 Vaughan, bark as Ecuador, Colbert, and schr Mary D Haskell for Galveston; all previously re ported below, waiting orders Expeorts. LONDON -Per baikentine Golden Sheaf- 7075 sacks oflcakb 2400 pes staves BARCELONA-Per bark Antonio--671 bales cot ton 99,059 pes staves Imports, BARCELONA-Per schr Mary Lord-100 mats garlic 200 tins pepper 76 tins almonds 200 sacks do 30 co beans 30 do pears 40 do canary seed 25 do anise do 3 eases mdse lo0 do wine 15 hf pipes do t6 qr do 10 demijohns do 30 sacks note C & G Green &oo-25 qr pipes wine J B Solari & Son-8 bxe papers Puig, Cor. ral &oo BReelpts of Produace. VICKSBUIIG--Per steamer Robert E Lee-- 713 bales cotton S B Newman &co-54i Meyer, Weis &co --982 Richardson & May--6l0 J L Harris &eo- 238 Payne, Kennedy &co--208 J Burnet &co--208 Craig & Hogan- 171 Lehman. Abraham too--153 T L Airey Aco-145 Board of Underwriters-14" H Alli son oo--137 Clapp Bros &co-114 Jno Chaffe & Sons - 100 Graham, Black &oo---97 Jurey & Gillis..83 Allen, Nugent &o--74 McGehee, Snowden & Violett -73 C L Walmsley &co-72 Buckner Aco..66 Vaiden fawains A&o--6l H & C Newman -54 Stewart Bros &co--53 Chaffe. Hamilton & Powell- 52 Richard Vlower &oo--5.2 J W White-42 March & Schlenker -49 Bickham & Moore-40 John I Noble--35 W A Pesle-34 Avendano Bros-33 S Friedlander-31 W A Bell--T 8 W Rawlins- 26 J P Harrisonjr &co--23 O Hopkins-23 Jno Phelps &oo----1 Renshaw, Cam mack &oo- 19 W C Black &co--19 Forstell & Jumon ille-19 Levy & Clark- 16 Nalle & Cammack.. 16 8 O Thomas Aco-15 Moses Clark--13 L H Gardner &oo- -14 Hirsch, Adler &o-- -13 Alona, Soherok & Antey-Il Howoott &co-10 Allen, West & Bush-8 Conger & Kelly-7 S GOumbel--6 Beadles. Wood &co -6 Chas Gallagher-6 order-5 J J Irby & Stn- 4 Moore & Coleman- 3 Temple 8 Coons &oo-3 Ben Geras..3 G W Sentell &co-2 Ode 1 & VVright-2 Yale & Bowling--2 G G Girdon &co-1 Francioni & False-1 Britton & Mayson-1 Norwood & Richards -1 P J Coekbnurn--761 sacks cotton seed N O Cot ton Seed Association- 1504 do Planters' Oil Co-133 do Graham. Black &co-17 bbls apples H DeiBondio -61 bbls oil T L Airey coo -sundries to order Total 4761 bales cotton 4418 sacks cotton seed OPELOUSAS -Per steamer Lessie Taylor--52 bales cotton Meyer, Weis &oo-44 Payne, Kennedy to--38 J W Burbridge &co--32 Ben Gerson--29 S Gombel--8 Clapp Bros &co-28 McGehee, Snow den & Violett-26 Beraud & Gibert-24 G W Sente.l &eo-21 Howoott &o--18 Lehman. Abraham &co 17 Forstall & Jumonville-16 Renshaw, Cammack & co-10 H Groebel-10 Nalle & Cammack-l10 John I Adams &co-9 S O Thomas &oo..8 Alous, Scherek & Autey-8 Norwood & Richards--7 R T Buckner & Bro-- Oscar Chopin--6 Bush & Levert-5 J L Harris aoc-4 Jno Chaffe a Sons-4 A Tertron-4 Temple 8 Coons &co-4 Chafe, Hamilton & Powell-3 A L Be belet-3 C L Walmsley &o--3 G W Terrell &cu-3 Richard Flower &oo-3 W H Harris-3 H & C New man-2 I Bloom &oh-2 Meyer Well-1 W A Bell-1 H Solomon-I P Caese--- 8 W Rawlins--l Flash. Lewis Atco-28 sacks seed cotton J W Barbridge &cu -5 do H Oroebel-3 do Kenshaw, Cammack &oo-5-,8 sreka cotton seed Union Oil Co-208 do Crescent City 011 Co-117 do A A Magmnis Sons--01 do Bienville Oil Co-81 do Planters' Oil Co---63 do Louisiana Oil Co--5 bbls molasses Lehman, Abraham &co-4 do P Casee-90 head cattle Ayook, Mitchell &co--37 do Noel & Wooten-Total 495 bales cotton 46 sacks seed cotton 1098 sams s cotton seed BAYOU SARA- Per steamer Gov Allen-124 bales cotton Lehman, Abrahao, lco-133 8 Gumbel 193 Meyer, Weis &co-85 J L Harris &oo-53 McGOe hoe, Snowden & Violett-31 Alona. Soherek & Autey -55 Clapp Bros Ice-22 H & C Newman-2s Nor wood & Richards-17 Temple S Coons &oo--13 Bush & Levert-12 S B Newman &ceo-11 J Barnet &0c-10 Payne, Kennedy &oo-9 T L Airey &o--9 Ben Ger son-9 J C Dents-8 Bickham & Moore-7 E J Gay & 00-7 March & Schlenker-7 A LevI-6 Jurey & Gil lit-5 Richard Floe r Aoh-4 Conger & Kelly--3 A Tertrou-3 John I Noble-2 A F Hiokman-2 Beadles Wood &0c-- Forstall & Jumonville--890 sacks cot ton seed Planters' Oil Co--321 do CrescentCity O 1 Co--24 hhda sugar 32 bbli molasses Vailin & Mor timer-E5 do 27 hhds sugar J W Burbridge &co-6 do SK Converse--4 do 33 bbls molasses Clapp Bros & oo0-93 do 16 hhds sugar Richard Milliken----50 bbls molasses B J Hart &o---43 do H Groebel'--18 do Chism & Boyd-163 do B J Gay &co-21 hhds sugar B C Palmer &co--2 bbls molasses Clapp Bros &co sundries to order-Total 881 bales cotton 1211 sacks cotton seed 108 hhds sugar 499 bbls molasses MEMPHIS-Per steamer Thompson Dean-781 bales cotton McGehee, Snowden & Violett--427 J W Bnrbridge &co-375 Richardeon & May-276 Allen, Nugent Ao--27I Lehman, Abraham Aco--255 T L rey &oo-e-2 3 Meyer, Weis &00o-14 Jno Phelps & co-I-01 Banger, Fatman &oo--199 S Friedlanoer-146 H & B Beer-tOO Stewart Bros eoo-97 Allen West & Bush-89 W C Black &co-85 Biokham & IMoore 60 blapp Bros &oo-59 H & C Newman- 51 Naalle & Cammack-49 Alcus. Schero, & Antey-36 Claiborne &co-33 Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell-34 Payne. Ken nedy &ac-16 H W lson jr-5 J L Harris &co-5 John I Noble-4 Jno Chaffe & Sona-4 S Gumbel-3 L H Jerry-3 John I Adams a-o-4 R T Buckner & Bro -31 H Allison &co-3 Buckner &co-4 Hirsch, Adler &oo-I Hartwell & Chambers- 2 order- 762 sacks cotton seed Crescent Ctty Oil Co--4j7 do Planters' Oil Co--O do Graham, Black Aco--1000 sacks cotton seed meal J M Cochran--760O do A A Greenwooc &eo-575 bbls oil J Aldlge-4 boxes drugs J W Burbridge &co -- do S A Thomas--3 gmin stands J L Harrie tco- sundres to order-Total 4i73 bales co ton 127I esacks cotton seed 1760 sacks cotton seed meal 575 bble oil GREENVLLL----Per steamer Katie--273 bales estton Meyer, Weits &Ao--W1 J L Harris &oo----218 Richardson & May-i18 Graham, Black &co--134 Buckner &co--13a Jno Chase & ons--130 8 B New man too..114 Clapp Bros &oo-95 John T Noble-9-2 Stewart Bros &co--5 Lehman, Abraham &co-60 J Burnet &c~-48 T L Airey Aoo..46 H Allison Aco 40 Allen, Nugent &c--40 Jurey & Gillis---8 Ren abaw, Cammaor &co-- 35 Alou, Scherok & Antey 31 Ar Miltenberger & Pollock--31 R TBuckner & Boro--8 S W Rawline-I27 S C Wilkerson--5 H A C Newman--24 Chaffe, Hamilton & Powel--43 Gwyn & Dyer..iO Payee. Kennedy &co--l9 W Leverich -19 G Oumbel-14 Richard Flower &aco-13Claiborne &eo--13 P J Cockburn----13 8 Friedlander- 12 Jno Phelps toe--9 L Walmsley &co--8 McGehee, Snowden & Violett..8 Beadlees Wood&eo-7 Levy & Clark--6 Temple S Coons &cI-4 Chas Gallarher--4 John I Adams &ce--4 W A Bell-3 March & Schlen ker-- G W Sentell &o--2 Howcott &Areo-2 M Shelly -I Moore & Coleman--l Gragard & Farrar----612ti sacks cotton seed Planters' Oil Co--480 do Bienvllle Oil Co---lII do Crescent City Oil Co---sndries to eorder-Total s33l bales cotton t827 sacks eottoen seed BATON ROUGE-Per steamer J H Hanna-- bales cotton Clapp Bros &c--I. do 8 Gumbel-10 do Payne, Kennedy Ae--8 Bush & Levert---7 H Hey loan-7 March & Schlenke--4 A Levi--2 H Groebel -1 Renshaw. Cammack &Ao-1 A Habin----52 bhhds sugar B:echard Milliken-l do 119 bble ruolasses J W Burbridge &co--18 do 24 hbds seugar P Maspero &co -9 do R.dd BHre Aco--!0 bbls mola-see H (iGroebel 24 do E J Gay Aco-55 do Meyer. Weis &co--W do 10 hhds sugar , Godebhaxnz-20 bbls molasses Clapp Bros &.co-20 do 7 hhds sugar E M Scott--3l bbls me asees L D Barpy--27 do 4 hhds sugar P Lanaux-8 do 5 bbla molasses L D S rpy-sundrnes to o dew--Total 84 bhales cotton 132 hhds suga, 427 bbls molasses CHATHAM PLAlTATION-Per steamer Blue Wing No 3--34 hhds sugar 150 bbis molasses Richard Milhiken-9 do 6 hbds supg r P Maspero &Ao--5 do E P Stookmeyer--23 bbls molasses Lanaux & Sons--1 do Bush & Leverr----3t sa ks cotton seed Crescent City Oil Co--13 do Union Oil Co--l0 seks rough rice Lananx & Sons-45 do A H Steward--14 bbls pmas A W Rountree--eaunaries to order-Total 45 hhds sugar 103 bbl molasses 44 sacks cotton seed 175 seks rough rice JACKSONPORT-Per steamer City of Augusta 56 bales cotton MoGehee. Snowden & Violett--i90 Jo Phelps eo--187 T L Airey &o--175 Meyer. W s Aoo--lO0 Graham, Black Aco-51 8 B Newma - s--4 Bukaseor Ae--t Lehman, Abraham Aeo-Il lmhale. Shh. as gmr etar4 M]lldltke -14 bbl molm es Lehman, Aralasm &eo- 60 do 90 hbds sugar 3 A Lam &eso-1 do 100 bbla molasses Delgado Aeo-50 do 90 hhds sugar K Beltram-- bbls molases, Fran. cfoni & False-19 do A F Hlokman-7 do Renshaw, Cammack Aco--O do 8 hhds sugar to order-9 do 1 bbl molasses E M Scott-6 do 4 hhds sugar Chism & Boyd-37 bble molasses Clapp Bros &co--46 do 16 hhds sugar Lanaux & 8on.--l1l sacks rough rice J Foerster..sundries to order-Tolal 150 hhds sugar 355 bbls molasses I sacks rough rice UPPER COAST-Per steamer Mary Ida- 8 hhds suarar Richard Milliken-14 do 25 bble molasses W II Vredenburg-54 do 8 hhds sugar F Brugler-10 do 17 bbls molasses Lananx & Sons--23 do J Levois & Jamisen-21 sacks rough rice C H Allen-55 do Lange & Legendre-28 do Bush & Levert--'0 bbls pecan B Johnson-sundries to order-Total 40 hhds sugar 119 bbles molasses 104 saacks rough rice CAMDEN, ARK-Per steamer Willie--190 bales ootton Jurey & Gillis-123 J L Harris &co-- -100 J B Wolfe &co-97 Jno Phelps &co-51 Meyer, Weis &oo -50 J W White-4J T L Airey &o--2-- Clapp Bros &oo-93 McGehee, Snowden & Violett-25 Allen, Nu gent &co--14 Chaffe, Hamilton & Pwell-10 Payne, Kennedy &co-9 Levy & Clark-9 Jno T Hardie &co -6 Yale & Bowling-.6 H & C Newman--4 0 W Ter rell &co-3 Hirsch, Adl r &o--3 T J Carver-3 RBohardson & May-I Jro Chaffe & Sons--I John T Morris-i Hy Leokie-l28 sacks cotton seed N O Cot= tean Seed Association-11 sacks seed cotton to order 10 do Ju ey & Gullis..1 bale hides Shaffe & Berheim -1014 staves Jutey & Gillis-1 bbl molasses 3 hit do Forohelmer Bres---- hides 1 bdl do J W White--2 bales do Martin Fowler &co--sundries to order Total 800 bales cotton 128 sacks cotton seed 21 sacks seed cotton I bbl molasses 3 hf do JEFFERSON-Per steamer Alexandria-106 bales cotton Jno Chafre & Sons-SI do N O & R R T Co-69 Moore &co--64 C L Walmsley &co---61 E H Wilson & Mille-5I H Allison &co-46 Meyer, Weis &oe-45 R T Buckner & Bro--44 Clapp Bros &co--41 J W Burbrtdge coo-39 Lehman. Abraham &oo--3-- Jno Phelps oceo--37 Kirkpatrick & Keith- 33 Payne, Kennedy &oo-27 Alous, Soherok & Autey-21 order -18 S W Rawlin--10 Rawlins & Mur.ell- 9 J B Wolfe &co-8 G W Sentell &oo--4 E J hart aco- 3 GrahamnBlack &o--3 Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell 2 S B Steers-2 Bartwell & Chambers-394 acks ttot ton seed N O Cotton Seed Association- 80 do R T Buckner & Bro-300 sacks oilcake Jno Chaffe & S.,ns -48 bales hides N O & R T Co-sundries to order -Total 874 bales cotton 474 sacks cotton seed 300 sks oiloake REOEIPTS AT TEE NEW BASIN. Amite River-Per steamer Alice-20 bbls molasses 4 bales cotton Renshaw. Cammack &co-2 do Bush & Levert-18 sacks seed cotton Bersud & Gibert-20000 feet lumber 10.000 shingles 20 cords wood M B Muoey -esundries to order-Total 6 bales cotton 18 sacks seed cotton 20 bbls molasses Pearl River-Per steamer J F Frazer-75 cords wood to order Tangipahoe-Per steamer J C Gault-15 cribs tim. ber to order Blind River-Per schr Surprise-18 cords wood to maser Amite River-Per schr Bloom-40,000 feet lumber to order Mobile Bay-Per schr Undine---30 tons potter's clay to order Springfield-Per schr Victoria- -2 bales ootton to order--15 cords wood to master Mobile Bay-Per sohr R B Post-550 bbls rosin to Simpson & Trioou Pearl Biter-Per schr La Belle-268,000 feet lumber toJ W ma Wolf Rler-Per schr Galeas--20,000 feet lumber to J L Nevers Appalachicola-Per schr Three Sisters--lot sponges and sundries to order Tchefunota River-Per sehr Shamrock- 36 cords wood to master Pearl River-Per barge Katie-40 cords wood order RECEIPTS AT THE OLD BASIN. Pearl River-Per schr Try Again -33,000 feet lum ber to order landeville-Per sohr Mary Jane- 750 bbls charooal to mastzr LaConche-Per schr Lake Flower-40 sacks seed cotton 15 hbls potatoes to order Mande ille-Per schr Mandeville--600 bbl charcoal to master Bay St Louis-Per sehr Concordia-30,000 feet lum ber to order Man eville-Per sohr I'Eclair-1200 bbls charcoal to master Pass Manchac-Per sachr Hermit--9000 staves order Tcbefuncta River-Per sechr Mary Diana-25 cords wood to master La ConOch-Per sloop Star of the Sea--40 sacks seed cotton 15 bbls potatoes to order Br asilroads. NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD Nov 12-200 bbls lime W P Converse jr &oo....100 do J O Stewart-30 bbls whisky C A Whitney &co 1 do J Dreyfus-16 hhds shoulders I hf do Vose Bros -276 pkgs iron N Schwartz & Bro--19 tes lard 200 bsa soap Schwabacher & Hirsch- -8 stoves and fir tares H Haller-1 car hoop poles T A Beck--1 car to egraph poles W U T Co-t75 pkgs tobacco W Van Benthnysen-10 do F Broad-10 do M M Bond-10 do I) W Bloomberg--25 bales adse Lehman. Abraham oo--1 case do ]i Polasgne-4 bbls whisky 8 halt do order-48 pkgs castings J Thompson-75 do DrIim & Johnson-1 oar lumber A H Delmas-46 bbls turpen tine Homao &oo-10 bbls whisky Echey & Welf--z93 bars iron A Baldwin &co--400 sacks oiloake Hall & Seringer 438 sacks cotton seed Union Oil Co-8 pkgs mdseJ E Perrett-5 bbls twine Goethe & Haid--3 boxes mdse J H Blake-200 kegs nails H D Verges 900 do H J Mullen-1 car cabbage E Doherty- 140 bbls potatoes Prudhomme & Briggs-3 cars cattle to order-1 do Aycock. Mitchell &co-16 casks shoulder E K Converse-30 boxes do Vairin & Mortimer-3c8 sacks cotton seed N 0 Cotton Seed Association-100 bbls lime Forstall & Larose-100 do W P Converse Jr &&o-100 do J G Clark--100 sacks ofloake Hall & tringer-S-0 pkgs beer L Lippmann -40 kegs white lead G Petard- 4 pkgs beer Wingard &co-30 pee w pipe Shulesvear & Smith-120 pkgs white lead Stauf er, Maoready &oo-3 pkge mdee J nt rn-8 do T Mo renan-1 bx do Folger &co-62 pee castings T Luben -25 bdls iron M Schwartz & Bro--5 stoves and fix tures Deohause & D 10 casks glassware Thomrs & co-5 tierces hams Schwabacher, Frvwenfeld & Pfei fvr- 8 pkgs pigafeet B Reihl--6 bbls sausage J h1 Kent &co-5 tierces shoulders Zuberbier & Be',an-5 bbls sausage Lochte & Cordes-3 cases A Lehman & co....2 boxes mdse M W Smith- 1 bale corks J A Blaffer &oo-2 iron heads C G Johnson-1 box mdse H R Gogreve--2 do P L Cusach-8 pkgs pigsteet E Doherty-6 bra hardware M L Navra-34 pkgs mose C A Whitney &co-30 bxs do Thoe Simms & Levy-3 bdls leather P Thormahlen-12 boxes glassware J G Gaines--7 plgs paper H Weber-2 boxes books N D McDonald-lu bales mdse Bateson, Wisdom & Bow ling-700 bales cotton J H Maury co--198 Strauss & co-86 Pim, Forwood &co---85 J L Harris &co--60 All n, West & Bush-91 J F Woods &o--21 Leh man. Abraham &ao-20 Meyer, Weies &3o--15 Wil liams & Crane-12 Nalle & Cammack--9 Jno Phelps &o--7 E H Wilson & Mills--7 G W Sentell &co-6 Clapp Bi os o.o--4 J W White-3 Norwood & Rich ards-l do and sundries to order-Total 1326 bales cotton 766 sacks co, ton seed MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL. ROAD. Nov 12-21 sacks rough rice I box green hides F P Sevin-2 bdls hides 24 hides Flash. Lewis &co-7 hlf bales moss John Calder--30 sacks rough rice Joseph Vignes--ll5 do J Fuerster--37 bbla molasses Ren shaw, Cammack &co-20 do Conger & Kelly- 16 do Francioni & False-5 do J A Bourg-1 i do Bush & Levert-17 do John Calder-14 bales cotton McGehee Snowden;& Violett---22 J W Barbridge &oo- 4 L Terrebonne-3 L Surie &co-2A F Hickman-2 Bush & Levert--I F P Sevin-2 John I Adams &co-l do 3 bbis gr hides L Lacaesagne 2 bdls do 1 dry do Kerr & Sallee-1 bdl skins W Hincks-1 do hides 50 sacks rough rice L Terrebonne-2 sacks cotton A L Chop pin-17 hines Odell & Wright---9 calves C Mehle & co-9 bales cotton Clapp Bros &co--Total 60 bales cotton 108 bbls molasses 216 sacks rough rice Per steamship Morgan, from Clinton- 720 bales cotton C A Wnitney &co-36 Jno T Hardie &co-37 Clapp Bros &o--23 L Godchaux----18 Kirkpatrick & Kieth-11 SW Rawlins-10 Meyer, Wets &co-Total 855 bales cotton From Galveston-57 bags wool C A Whitney &co 28 bbls tallow 96 cases do Hay & Mehle NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND NORTHERN RAILROAD. Nov 12-835 bales cotton order..523 Richardson & May-484 Bickham & Moore-409 ordler-294 Meyer, Weis &co-258 Lebman. Abraham &co-237 Vaiden. Hawkins &co-230 ChaSe, Hamilton & Powell-213 T L Airey &co - 184 8 O Thomas &co-147 Allen. Nu gent &co-188 Alous, Scherck & Antey-133 St wart Bros &co-lll J L Harris &co-100 Morgan Line-90 Jno Caaffe & onse-66 Jno Phelps &co-65 J W White-64 Nalle & Cammack--58 Fayne, Kennedy & co-53 G G Gordon &co- 53 C L Walmsley &oo-5S Allen, West & Bush-46 J & G Cromwell-42 Jno T Hardie &co-42 Kirkpatrick & Keith-4i G W Sen tel &co-36 order-34 Britton & Mayyon--38 8 len derson-32 H & C Newman-27 Beadles, Wood & o 25 Clapp Bros &co--3 8 Gumbel-20 Warren, Atkin son &co--20 order-15 Howcott &co-14 order- 14 J Burnet &co-14 R T Buckner & Bro-l ornder-10 Moore & Coleman-10 order--l March & Schlenk r -10 Cr ig & Hogan-9 Alabama Pe.s-9 I BlHom & co-9 E ItlWilson & Milll-7 H Allison,&co-- Rich ard Flowel Ago-f F Walker-6 L H Gardner &co--6 Hirsch, Adler &co-5 J B Wolfe &co-5 S W Raw ins -4 Ben Gerson-4 Graham. Black &co-4 S B New man &oo--3 McGehee, Snowden & Viulett--2 J J Irby & Son-- I.evy & Clark-1 Odell & Wright -Total 5490 bales cotton 3 boxes boots W Hogan-25 cases milk Smith Bros &co-100 do John T iboore &co-I car lumb. r H Otis -160 pkgs beer H Redwits-50 bbls whisky Joseph Vignes-67 bars and 98 bdls iron M S hwartz & Bro -220 sacks cotton seed Planters' Oil Co-40 bxs meat C H Dolsen--70 pkgs beer C M Kramer-140 do Joe Ziegler-3 abls whisky J Trisc ,n -4 do Pozzi Bros I I case cigars Wackerbarth & Joseph-10 pkga butter E Doherty--L2 do E F DelBondio-5 tierces hams B H Flaehpollr-4 bra tongues Vose Bros-1 car cab bage Jna Bell-1 bx p eotre Flash, Lewis &co--3 bdls leather Horter & Fenner-l sack bacon 1 bbl fruit J M Dowling-1 ear cabbage J Bertncci &co- 4 cars timber 1 ear lumber W W Walker-. bbls whisky E Bornecase-25 do G Pasal &oo-25 do B Riehi &oo 1 tak oill Ches, Corley &*eo-100 bbls fBor Glover & OdadahL.140 bbla 'I Xarka, Le bats Page & Moanm-1 bbl botfies R Omer-4 eases md.e esiUman Bros..5 .o ats A& Barnett 90 tieroes hams Barstow & Deeves--95 bble whisky Burke & Thompson--3 pkgs fa'niture R M & B J Montgem ery-3 cases bata I Hurley-4 do H Laroussini-- do Beinerth & Monlardler- oases shoes H Kern &0o 9 do F P Martine-1- case mdse P Werlein-27 bble whisky and sundriesO A Whitney &oo--276 se cks cotton seed LouisianaaOil Co--294 pkgs beer F Hol lander--131 bbl- potatoes 10 bbls onions Greve & Wildermann--6 pges mdse Levy Bros-139 bbls po tatoes G W Davison &oo-t car cotton seed N 0 Cot ton Seed Aesociation-200 bb s flour T;A Hamilton & co-100 bble oil Puroline Oil Co-97 bble apples I) Ce falu &oo-100 bble flour 20 hbds bacon 7 pkgs butter 8chwabacher, Frowenfeld & l'fetifr---s8 oases mdse Simon & Kohn-1 do E Levy &co-1 car poulrrv and stock Miller & Meyer-130 bbls potatoesJ Keller--38 boxes meat 25 tierces shoulders 120 bbls flour Schwa bacher & Hirsch-140 bbls onions 135 bbls potatoes 1 car +o Burkenhead & Sohwab&hoer-'26 bbls pota toes 96 bbls onions56 bla apples M Stich & So,--17 bixes eggs Miller & Meyer--Total 134 bb a whisky 496 sacks cotton seed I car do 78 bxs meat 20 hhba do 25 tee do 520 bbls flour 25 tierces hams NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD Nov 12-10 hbde sugar E J Forstall & Sons-I19 do B Johnson-300 acks rough rice A 11 Steward-Total 29 hhds sugar 300 sacks rough rice Memoranda. By Telegraph. New York, November 12, 1877. To C A Whitney &co The steamahiu Gen Whitney arrived at 9 o'clock Sunday morning BOGERT & MORGAN STEAMBOATS. GREAT REDUC I ION. A.ai CABIN PASSAGE TO VICKSBURG ........ NATCHFZ ........... BAYOU SARA ....... 4 BATON ROUGE..'. 3 The above- rates -tll -be ae-ted. by thet f1 lowing passenger steamers: t ITY OF ALTON. SUSIE SILVER. COMMONWEALTH, CEN TENNIAL, BELLE OF SHlREVE'OIRT. Apply to J. B. WOODS & CO., Agents, nol tf 104 Common street. ST. LOUIS. INDEPENDENT. Leaves TUESDAY Nov. 13, at 5 p. m. FOR ST. LOUIS. COIhO, MEM Sphis. Vicksburg and all inton mediat points-The light draft and line side wheel passenger s' eamor GOLD DUST, E. W. Gould. master. E. W. Gould, Jr., clerk. leaves as above, positively. For freight or passage apply on board, or to nos J. F. DOUGLAS, o10 Gravier st. DONALDSONVILLE. FORDONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD. THE STEAMER r ST. FIANCIS BELLE, Willlam Gibson, master, Will leave the head of Bienville street at 7:30 a. m. for Westwego, with passengers for all sta tions on the New Orleans and Texas Railroad. Returning. will arrive at 5:45 p. m. Same boat. connecting with Sunday Accommodation Train, will leave at 8 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. ocle tf C. E. PAYNE, Superintendent. LAFOURCHE. SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST PACKET. THROUGH TO LAUREL VALLEY. Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p. m.. and SAT URDAY at 10to a. m. . THE SPLENDID PASSENGER steamer ST. MARY, Joe Dalferes. master. E. Nicoll, clerk, Pays particular attention to way business and returns down the coast every MONDAY' and TIUIRSDAY. For freight or passage apply on board. no13 tf SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST PACKET, Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 10 a. m.. and SATURDAY at 5 p. m. L.iMTHE NEW PASSENGER STEAMER ASSUMPTION, P. A. Charlet. master, N. Z. Dupuis. clerk. Pays particular attention to way business, and returns down the coast every Monday and Fri day. For freight or passage apdly on board or to B. RIVET, _nos 105 Decatur street. TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUROHE AND COAST PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY at 10 a. m.. THURS DAY sad SATURDAY at 12 m. THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMEJ HENRY TETE, J. F. Aucoin master, M. H. Landry clerk, Pays particular attention to way business, and returns down the Coast, leaving Donaldsonville every Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at 5. a. m. For freight or passage apply on board, or to B. RIVET, o105 Decatur street. P. S.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight in daylight. GARDEN SEEDS JUST RECEIVED. NEW CROP OF TURNIP SEED THIS YEAR'S GROWTH. Also, a full assortment of all SEASONABLE SEEDS, including large late Flat Dutch and Drumhead Cabbage, superior quality. For sale at the NEW SEED STORE. E. BAKER, DNMLXA ML IN 9:E3 . D, No. 7 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Seed sent by mail, postage paid. All orders promptly attended to. aull 3m CHINA-GLASS. VINET, 207..............Canal street.............. 07 Near Rampart street, invites his friends and the public in general to visit his store, examine his goods, and satisfy themselves that they Can Buy Cheaper from Him, CROCKERY, STOVES AND HOUSEFURNISH ING GOODS. fe lv PHILIP HIRSCH, C OOPFI t. 50, 52, 54, 56. 58 and 60 North Peter astreet. Manufactory--orner St. Louis and Mirostreets. New Orleans• Has for sale choice green Hogshead and Bar. rel Poles; also new Sugar Hogsheads, Molasses Barrels, Half Barrels and Kegs. all sizes. Prices moderate Satisfaction guarer teed se7 3m d&w T. A. BECK, CSOOPERAE·EIGEIw Office and Salesroom, No. 27 Peters st., Manufactory, Carondelet Walk. between Roman and Prieur streets, New Orleans. Has constantly on hand Sugar Hogsheads, Mola'see Barrels, Half Barrels, Kegs and Flour Barrels. new and second-hand. Orders for Hoop-poles filled at the lowest market rates. Particular attention paid to trimming. se8 8md&w Southern Shoe Factory OF JOHI HANSEN 55 and 85 Canal street. New Orleans. TO ALL SOUTHEBN OITIZENS. I am of the same opinion as yourselves any am determined to help build up the mannf c turin interest of our native State in order to help the laboring classes and keep the money. which would otherwise go to the North. at hon' e. About a year ago I started my Fatc ry, and by using the best material and payna my hands romptly, I have been enabled to extend m) Ibumine'i and suvport sac women and chi.dren that would have otherise left the State. In oder sidll to nrese my .Fatorty I woUld ,~smveflmatousWWWntq11lye sTZaMDO AIos. I: OHIO RIVER. REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUISVIT,TE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET LINE. Composed of the following steamers, viz: THOMASSIIERLOCK. GOLDEN CITY, CHAS MORGAN, GOLDEN CROWN. A. 0. DONAILY GOLDEN RULE, ROBT. MITCHELL C. B. CHURCHL ' CHEROKEE, NEW MARY HOUSTON. I SONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS will leave New Orleans over TUES DAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, connecting with all railroads and packet lines running out from Cincinnati, giving through bills of lading to all points. For through rates and all information adply to C. G. WAYNE. Agent. o023 106 Gravler street. MEMPHIS. REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. Leaves on WEDNESDAY, Nov. 14 at 5 . m. S . FOR NATCHEZ, VICKSBURG Greenville, Arkapolis, Torreno Helena. Memphis and the bends- The splendid passenger steamer THOMPSON DEAN, Jas. H. Pepper, master, Frank Beck, Jr.. clerk, will leave as above, paying particular aitention to all way and bend freights. Rates given and through bills lading signed to all points on White and Arkansas rivers. For freight or pas- I sage apply on board or to Re aOCKETT & CARTER, as Magazine st. JANNEY & WORK, 10 Common street. Through bills of lading signed to Pine Bluff and stations on the Little Rock Mississippi River and Texas Railway, via Arkapolis, Ark., and to Little hock and stations on the Mem phis and Little Rock Railroad, via Hopelleld, Ark. BROCKETT & CARTER, Agents. oc25 as Magazine street. REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. Leaves on THURSDAY, November 15. at 5 p. m. and every alternate Thursday during the entire season. FOR VICKSBURG. GREENVILLE, Arkapolis, Terreno, Helona. Mem phis and the Bonds-The fine pas senger steamer JAMES HOWARD. B. R. Pegram master, J. H. Chassaing clerk. will leave as above. N. B.-Up freights to Baton Rouge, Bayou Sara, Red River Landing, Nst(lheR, Vidalia, Waterproof, Rodney, St. Joseph, Grand Gulf. Hard Times, Vicksburg, Lake Providence and Greenville taken at ONE-HALF RATES charged by the New Orleans and Vicksburg packets. . C. G. WAYNE, Agent, ni5 106 Gravier street. MEMPHIS AND BENDS PACKET. LEAVES EVERY OTHER WEEK. FOR MEMPHIS, HELENA, TER rence. Arkopolls. Greenville, Lake Providence, Vicksburg and the Bends-The iron steamer CHAS. P. CHOUTEAU, W. H. Thorwegan, master. Geo. Miltenberger, clerk. will commence her trips in the trade, as above, during the latter part of November,and continue throughout the season. J. B. WOODS & CO., Agents. se27 tf 104 Common street. VICHP4BURG, YAZOo AND TALLA HATCHIE. REGULAR NEW ORLEANS. VICKSBURG, YAZOU AND TALLAHATCtHIE THROUGH PACKET. LEAVER EVERY WEDNESDAY. STHE NEW AND FINE STEAMER YAZOO VALLEY, W. B. Philips, master. J. T. Hall. clerk. Will leave as above regularly every Wedlnesday. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JANNEY & WORK, 106 Comm',n st. oc14 tf It. W. ADAMS. 21 Commercial Place. BATON ROUSE. REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 10 a. m. and SATURDAY at 5 p. m., The passenger steamer ST. JOHN J. P. McElroy, master. J. C. Bergeron, clerk, Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Plaque mine. Donaldsonville and all coast landings. re turning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN INGS. For freight or passage apply on board or to se25 tf E. 0. MELANCON. 32 Bienville st REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m,, and FRIDAY at 12 m., The jassenger steamer JOHN H. HANNA, F. Bergeron master, L. P.Delahoussayo clerk. Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Plaque. mine, Donaldsonvillo and all coast landing returning every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. For freight or passage apDly on board or to se2 E. O. MELANCON, 32 Blenville OPELOUSAS. REGULAR OPELOUSAR PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY, at 5 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON. OPELOU sas, Port Barre, Si mmsport Church ville and all landings on the Coast. Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The splendid passenger steamer LESSIE TAYLOR, M. Kenison, master, Eug. Quatrevaux. clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or to B. W. ADAMS, No. 21Commercial Place. HITE & CARLIN, No. 4 Tohoupitoulas street Connents at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie not REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every BATURtDAY, at 5 i. im. . FOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU sas, Port Barre, Simmeport, Church ville, and all landings on the Coast, Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The new and light draft stamer BERTHA, H. H. Broad master. Thee. Jobin clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board. or to BRITTON & EPPLER, 81 Gravler street. R. W. ADAMS 21 Commercial Place. Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie. ja22 tf BAYOU SARA. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA ANT COAST PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5sp. m. FOR BAYOU SARA WATERLOO, W Hermitage, Port Hickey, Baton Rouge. Plaquemine and way land ings--The fast and splendid passenger steamer OUACHITA BELLE (Representing new boat building). John C. Libano, master, John H. Mossop, clerk, Leaves as above, returning down the coast every MONDAY and FRIDAY. For freight or passage apply on board or to BRITTON & EPPLER, 82 Gravfer at. LORD & McPEAKE. 46 Camp street. au29 HITE & CARLIN. 4 Tchoupitoulas st. BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS. STR. GOV. ALLEN, STR. , John J. Brown Master. A. Dugas, Master. S. FOR BAYOU SARA, WATEBLOO Hermitage. Port Hudson. Lobdell's Store, Baton Rouge, Plaquemine. and postoffice landings steamer Gov. Allen, Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 p. m. Every WEDNESDA Y and SATURDAY at a p. m. Commencing early. For freight or passage apply on board or to HITE & CARLIm, No.4 Tchou itoulas street. JANNEY & WORK, iv.l tf- No. 106 Common street LOWI~l COAST 1877. Lower Coast Packets. 1s78. NEW ORLEANS AND GULF TRANSPORTA TION COMPANY. The following steamers will leave as below, carrying the United States mails MARTHA, W S. BASSET F, master, Leaves ' UESDAY and THURSDAY, at 12 m.. for Port Eads. and SATUIDAY, at 5 p. m.,,or Port Ead'i and Pilot Town. ALVIN, W. T. SCOVELL, master, Leaves MOND Y, WEDNESDAY and FRI DAY, at 12 m., for Port Eads and way land A clerk is always on the landing to receive fraight. No one has authority to contract any debts against the above-named boats, except upon written order of the captain. For freight or aap a * on board, or at TWAWIBOAIT. RED RIVER. Red River and Texas. NRORLEANS AND RED RIVER TBANS. POTATION COMPANY AND TEXAS PA-. CIFIC RAILWAY AND CONNECTIONS. Through bills of lading and through passen. ger tickets to all landings on Red River, and all) railway stations in Texas. The best route t( Hot Sprins. The following splendid and fast steamerf composing the line will leave as advertised be low: La Belle. Maria Louise. Texas. C. H. Durfee, Col. A. P. Kouns, Lotos No, 3, W. J. Benhan, Bonnie Lee Dawn. " FO.' SHREVEPORT. JEFFEB son. Kot Springs, and all la l- dt ings on Rea River ant railway stations in Texas. FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEFFERSON. Maria Louse. H. . J. Brinksr. master. Leaves WEDNESDAY. November 14. at 6 p. m. Texas. Geo. W. Rea, master, Leaves SATURDAY Novembir 17, at 5 p. m. FOR MII NDEN. ® C. H. Durfee, W. T. Boardman. master. Leaves SATURDAY. November 17. at 5 p. m, No wharfboat oharges. drayage or commlssiot will be charged at mouth of Red River. or as New Orleans. in forwarding freight conalsgned to the company by bill lading. For freight or passage a ply on board of the Doatsor at the olfic of tie company .. o. III ravier street. JOfl A. AKEN Presydt. M. W. JOY1CE gent, HITIE & ARLIN BBRITTON & EPt'LEBL Jla LORD & MoPEAKE. Aaents. WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKETS. FOR GRAND ECOR4E. MONT. L gomery, Alexandria, Norman's Bar bin's and way landings-The steam. ers DAWN. C. P. Truslow. master, C. W. Drown. elerk,l Leaves every TUESDAY, at 5 p. m. NEW BART ABLE, Richard Sinnott, master (Go. Hamilton, clerk, Leaves every SATURDAY. at 5 p. m. Will leave as above. For freighnt or passage apply on board or to . W. ADAMS. auao No. 21 Commercial Place. VICKSBURG, GREENVILLE, ARGYLE, ARKAPOLIS AND BENDS. Leaves EVERY MONDAY, at 5 p. m. FOR ARKAPOLIS, GREENVILLE, Argyle. Vicksburg and the Bends The fine and fast passenger packet KATIE, J. W. Tobin, master; W. N. Calmes, clerk; connecting at Vicksburg with Parisott's Line for all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie rive' s. Boat reserves the right .to pass all landings that the captain may deem unsafe. JANNEY & WORK BROCKETT & CARTER. R. W. ADAMS. Through bills lading given to Trenton, Mon roe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreveport and Texas Railroad. Also, to all points on Ark apolis and Pine Bluff Railroad. BROCKETT & CARTER, Agents, o006 38 Magazine street UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every TUES DAY at 5 p. m. SFOR VICKSBURG, NATCHEZ Davis' Bend and intermediate land ings-Tt'~ steamer KOBERT E. LEE, William Campbell, master. A. McVay, clerk, leaves as above, connecting at Vicksburg with Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo, Sun flower, Deer Creek and Tallahatchie. It. W. ADAMS, JANNEY & WORK, HITE & CARLIN. Agents, Will give through bills of lading to Trenton, Monroe. and all stations on the Vicksburg, Shreveport and Texas Railroad, via Delta, La. W. B. BROCKETR F, Agent, del2 l38 Magazine street. UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every THURSDAY at 6 p. m. FOR GREENVILLE, VICKSBURG and the Bonds-The fine and fast passenger packet FRANK PARGOUD, J. M. White master, C. Bolmes clerk. Will leave as above, connecting at Vicksbura with the "Parisot Line" for all points on Y..oc and Tallaht chie rivers. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JANNEY & WORk, R. W. ADAMS, BROCKETT & CAzITER. Through Bills of Lading given to Trenton Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve port and Texas Railroad. mh27 BROCKETT & CARTER. SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY. D. m. FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' BEND Natchez and all intermediate land ings-The passenger packet T. P. Leathers masts. J. F. Muse clerk, connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line for Yazoo, Tallahatchio and Sunflower rivers and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Cairo and St. Louis. This boat reserves the right to pass all land ings that the Captain may consFler unsafe. For freight or passage apply a board, or to JANNEY & WORK, lo06 Common street. BITE & CARLIN, 4 Tchoupilu,,..is street Will give throung bills of lading to Trenton. Monroe and all sttions on Vicksburg, Shreve port and Texas Railroad, via Delta. La. W. B. BROCKETT, Agent, mys 38 Magazine street. OUACHITA RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND OUAOBHITA RIVER TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. THROUGH TO CAMDEN. FOR CAMDEN. CHAMPAGNOLLE, IJ Ouachita City, Trenton. Monroe and way landings on Ouachita and Black rivers-The fleetand No. 1 packet WILLIE, E. B. Trinidad. master. will leave as above, giving throuah bills of lading for Camdcn. For freight or passage apply on board or to F. A. BLANKS. President. HITE & CARLIN. BRITTON & EPIPLER, JANNEY & WORK, LORD& McPEAKE. Agents. no13 NEW ORLEANS AND OI.CHITA RIVEl OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND MONROE Weekly Ouacblta City U. S. mall Packet. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at p. m.. S FOR OUACHITA CITY TBEN-I I .. "ton, Monroe and all town lndings The steamer JOHN WILSON, S(In place of John H. Hanna,) Joe Holmes. master. B. G. Cornwell. celerk. Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the right to refuse any landing except mail land ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or Oapt F. A. BLANKS, President, No. 2 Canal street, corner Delta. KITE & CABLIN BRITTOm A EPPLERe JAINEY & WORK. ,ORD & MoPEAKE, Ag'ts. P. 8.--Has regular connection with all the tributaries,. fell tf UPPER COAST. BLUE WING LINE. UPPER COAST DAILY LINE PACKET TO BONNET CARRIE. STEAMER BELLE, - master. , olerk Will leave New Orleans daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 a. m. for Bonnet Carre. For freight or passage apply on board or to S. HENO, Agent. 20 Conti street. The Belie will commence her trips on Horun- day, November 18. no13 tf FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT. NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER CO,8T M. I. DAILY LINE OF PACKETS. FOR BEN. TUREAUD'S. ASCEN sion and all plantation landings. The steamer MAtY IDA, J. A. Ruiz master. ---. clerk. Leaves TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT URDAYS, at 10 a m. The steamer Alcide Albert master. Arthur Nicolle, clerk. Leaves MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS and FRI DAYS, at to a. m. Both boats return on alter nate days and in daylight. For freight or pas sage apply on board or to sel W. J. COMAUX. 20 Conti street. REGULABR TRI-WEEKLY PACKET, Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY an, SATURDAY at 10 a. m. SFOR ASHLAND PLANTATIOI Ascension parish, Donaldsonvill and all coast landings-The fin side-wheel passenger steamer BLUE WING N0 3, J. A. Oomstock master. Geo. M. Woods and Obas. Dean, elerka Willleave as above. ,e--. leaves ash land Plantatlo Tuesday Threa and 8n TlAMBHImPS. TEXAlS. MORGAN LINE U. N. MAIL form these lines: HARLAN I C HARRIS W. 8 . MORGAN, JOSEPHINE' ST. I GUSSIE. WHITNEY HUT CLINTON. CITY OF NORFOLK, ARANSAS. now building. Plying from Morgan City. in conneotion SMorgan s Loulsiana and Texas Railroad. For Indianola, via Gal , teasmers leaving Morgan City SUN TUESDAY, THURSDAY, connect at Gal transfeorring there to Steamer CITY O FOLK both freight and passengers. Through bills lading eigned to Ho to all points beyond on the Houston and Central and G. H. and S. A. R. R., Intern and Great Northern Railroatd, and New and Texas Railroad. via Clinton. and the Transportation Company. Freight charged as per new card rates, BSan Antonio freights received and fo via Clinton and Galveston, Houston an Antonio Railway. For Brazoes Santiage The iron steamer I. C. HARRIS Will leave on WEDNESDAY, November 18, Lighterage at Brazos tantiago at risk aro Dense of consignees. Freight received for and bills ladi only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande as per new tariff, less s13:, per cent. Freight payable in gold. For Corpus Chrlati, PFulto St. Mary's. via Rockportr-The steamer WT. ,MARY, Will leave Morgan City on Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at and expense of consignees. Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton Rock port. Freight for all the above points Depot Morgan's Louisiana and Texas foot of Lafayette street. daily. until 6 p. I: PASSENGER AND MAIL OU1t@Z For Galveston, Houston anm Passengers take Railroad Ferrybo toot Ann street, a 8:80 a. m.. reaching>ora " t at l2:25 p. m. there connaotin wih wIT'rNEY on SUNDAY. MORGAN on MONDAY. JOSEPHINE on TUESDA HUTCHINSON on WED DA CLINTON on THURBSDAY. WHITNEY on FRIDAY.. ,"i MORGAN on SATURDAY. First class fare to Shreveport hours. S Excursion tickets for the round trip veston and return, good for thirty dans at $21. Tickets and staterooms secured na daily (Sundays excepted), at Agent's the Ferry Landing, on mornin o Through tickets will be issu to the principal points on the Ho Central Railroad. on the Internati Great Northern Railroad. and Texas an BRailroad. 0. A. WHITNEY & 00., Air jel ly Corner Magazine and Nate NEW YORH. MORGAN'S NEW YORK LINE ST The following Al Iron form this line LONE STAR. ALGIERS, NEW YORK, MORGAN OI'OTZ'. GEN. WHITNEY. The Iron Steamship MORGAN CITY, WEDNESDAY. November 14, j INSURANCE TO NEW YORK % it Freight for the above port received the of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas of Lafayette street, daily until5 D. m. For freight ap Dly to SCHA. A. WHITNEY & 00. AgaIi' c jelly Cor. Natchez and Magazne FLORIDA. FOR WARRINGTON PENSACOLA MILTON. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY PA The following first-olaes At in ships will sail for the above follows : 8 ALABAMA m M.J. Fauria m. Leaves every WEDNESDAL a.s D AMITE I" Joseph F. Boyle. Leaves w a , The above steatmers will leave as above, t, site Jackson Square. Second District, 3 For freight or passage lyon board auls tf 18 and 20 Union HAVANA. FOB HAVANA, CEDAR KEYS AND I WEST. UNITED STATES MAIL LINE. LEAVING EVERY WEREK The first-class steamship MARGARET, Baker commandgt'. t. will leave wbarf foot of Calliope street, a Passage rates to 2avana, $4; xCur. -. Passage rates to Jacksonville, VA-, state rooms and meals. SThrough bills of lading issued to all e Florida. For Freight or passage apply to : I. K. BOBERTS, 1o Common Over Louisiana National The steamship EMILY B. BOUDEB B on the . LIVERPOOL. BERRA LINE OF STEAMSHIPS B NEW OBLEANS AND LIVERPOO DIEGO.......... 164 tons.... Capt. GUILLERMO ..... 1225 tons .... Capt. FEDERICO.......1423 tons....Capt. Bt PEDRO ............ 765 tons....Capt CAROLINA .......1354 tons... Capt. GRACIA -......... 908 tons .... Capt RITA.......... 569 tons.... Capt. Gatmi JUANA........... 757 tons ....Capt. The above powerfully built steamshias enter the New Orleans and Liverpool trade ing the coming tail. Will receive ootto - sign through bills of lading to any poret Continent of Europe. & The steamship RITA, Capt. Gartak will sail from her wharf SATURDAY, Nov. For freight and first class assage a plv , RANGER. FATMANst k CO.. Agelm. c4 17y 45 Carondelet RReWEIE. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD. 8TEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW 0 LEANS, VIA HAVRE. SOUTH AMPTON AND HAVANA. The steamships of the North G man oyd will resume their Begular Tr. next fall. as follows: From Bremen. From New Orlaief - FR ANKFURT. Oct. 10 about Nov. 14 NURNBIRP.G. Nov. 21 about Dee. 23. FRANKFURT, Dee, 19 about Jan. 20. These steamers touch outward at HaRre Havana. and on their home trip at Havana Bouthampton. PRICES OF PASSAGE: From Bremen. Southampton or Havre to vana or New Orleans-Cabin, $150 (gold); ag. $36 (gold). From New Orleans to Southampton. nave. Bremen-Cabin. $150 (gold); Steerage. $4 From New Orleans to Havaa-a (gold); Steerage, $15 (gold)., Children under ten years,. half rie; dren under one year, free. The company reserves the rht to oe route of the steamers, their advertised day de srture and therides of orHaMemtoNew Orleas. b pwlr~ya iýex.; 1 4 ''