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Sme i Mvers., to I& hours e'tbo.elO Ohaneo . o 1 to .......... o 1 to 6 . 6 10 0 .......«., 2 4 to 1 *... ». 10 9 to 6 .. . . 1 6 to 8 10 8 10 1 42 .5 3.'t a to 2 re.... , " d 1 8 s 10 . of eratl r yesterdsy. m o evldent have.n eItsre onoorn( t* he d the arT ., ot with vnte eorýad the Bedfor ter had Ge160 hogsheads , t toe railroad. iron soue e a o night over andil Iry or i points .i, 'Tuesday nigbt from sr next move was undeter i lrrrved Tuesday night fr m .tsk out on mae oon , Og her oottab 69SB ales .ne of her freight here was e urda boat or tin Ia the city since Sunday. left Gastrell leaves for Maoble to yesterday from Ba.on La q r yto t .mnorrow i, ie ot. oe street. eor Pem fo r M h d .e mým .o .roawr ato . m., tW. .h mma eore Miltenberger will arrive to-night and iacoke) boat to okla al steamboat bora ~i aon oboe lonrt rivher e ai wellt known mouth oted river. The ti o n of landb7 the wte desen. Flat hay made s ohan. aye 4esqeaned through it wih ty. Theh Brbrywine would e b ad bun on the between New Orleans ashortened so miles and ethng oor a Tuntnloend possibleo the dista ce to rjned eo miles. (TheTuni w Bsourco. was made In 1680. Sy.e e. L. J. Johnson. ohnd o'r mrroas, Sa .a Odt . Nnma Irvle. J. a. St olerk, leavres to-dayr master. W.z L e J clrk. usual. for loksburg. ud, Jr. oeart, le aýe out f for ft. Louis. She amd moseet DopuIlar trade in yeas-. ofltan is ue this morn H eucvi aurday. . . si days In oom *rk leaves to-day at 6 The brown is a comforta to travel on. and is run men as there is to be found hr ter.J ohe to.atlo10 m., ad will go n Goula White Star Line L omtook master, leaves, c o~sket . J. Ga. a JSohn J. to-morrow, as usual, at Indianao I. and Gen. Sthe Mis ippi Bliver on. have filed a minor. levees are of little value wter navleation of the that aviation arises water width at certaln be ured by ontraoeting such o aboUt aoee feetl his con by work in the bed of levees on top of Its banks the lo~w water rlver. They w exist. Owinrg to theleek ltro m ets. acording to eaded. they suggest that Smt year be undertaken at of the steauner ºb Ue f lowinglist of Iand. wý the hiii water makes eboats toland lre's. on Island 04 Hentdoo tgomr Point. White river. tan s. Knowiton's. Cypress |ot City. LEunLe, ilnwood. be. Bose Bank. Bar II or Lake. Charles D. An eta. rsnn's. Oonoor ee's. Wsxhaw. Pride's rose Storm's. Buck's. Buck ,me. bontent, Jenklins. Glen e. Utopia. Shady bide. or Soa. Merchants. Tallala. Of Ialabd No. 102. Pittman's. Bunonhe's out bt. Stone's Deesons W. dorado or Arcadia. Mel. Or ak Grove, Morancey's. the banks at the following have been ereoted against y. I. Malone's. Island 72. IqryvviIle. iilverton. Nib n: L~ .m' .. Greenwood, th. Bavaria or Alex .Ohristmas. Inomar. Par a. s L3NA AND MZEMPHIS. second mate of the James the Avalanche with the follow where boats cannot land: lamblln. Mrs. Balwin's. W r'e. Hardin. Sterling'. umbril. Mhoon. Irwin. water Is over the banks,. but erected at which boats i over the front street at HBe one plantation in Walnut .ping fast. and DeDLie are snd sacks of cotton seed to Telegrams. 1T.--81xteen steamers have -_ at vely loading. The 1G. ew Orleans. and the ClifIan. ta. have arrived. The freight as ceased. Departed: St. - roand My Choice ,or AnolD P. BAleril ver ý1tper rivers are falling. i l.-The JobsGImore and bew Orleans last eveniog. at Gnoon loaded fiat. The at?,-lo rlvails or depart- a ?l,, lsand rising.l It is s upn: John I Gomm 3Vý ,9 M"l I V tde : ewaIn l TereSwa ln. ChODt eaY Z March 17.- The Triver ers feet i isnchtes and rising. Weathr olea ind pleas gal. 1 feet in the chute i ad rttt. I Weather cloud and cool. _nP ea:.ri, u Souhnck from New Orleans to OCincnnat, ous to from lncinnatt to New O leane. O* o. Marrh 17--The river r 144et one nch andruing. Arrived la.- T. Moran n fom Cncetnnatt Centenial fro ew rleas. in of Helena from St. Louts, of oreenville and Simpson Homer, from arkurg. De. art.l: Centennial for St. Loul, a oran for New Orleans. City of Greenville for St. Louis Sr. Louis. March 17.--The river Ie 10 feet 6 Inhes and stationary. Weather oles and cool Arrlved: Port eads and barges and Silver from New Orleans. EvnlvsILLan. Maroh l7.-The river s se 8 10 St ana talion Weather cloudy and milder. Psed u: Guldln Star from New Orleans to er . March 17. Noon.-T-he river rising Departed: B. . tipriager and John A. oaudder, for New Orleans. Weather clear and cold. Voih n s,. March 17 Ivo n ml.-The river is statironary. Arrlr: harry Brown from Ohio Iver. Departed: Mol eoore and . W. Cole im St. Louis and Je . P. arker for Cincinnati. Weather ooi and cloudyp pVicasnuno. Maroh 1 .-weather fdr: -thr eomtev 52 de. The rimr h lerison two lnohk. Up: Oo!den Buo at a. m. Down: Pl o 5% unqarDon, Marsh 17.-The river rose s inches within the last twent-four hours, and now re rs oln the rae i feet inches. rrit e fornfrom Dol 'e0 la.dr Depa.t ed out for oushatta and ate inne or .s. Marsh 16.-To J.T. Burdeau,. 185 Gravier street: Steamer leube B. pureinger will arrive riday night Hase 108 eab n pas. sengers. All well. G*O. W. MOOY. Parser. UOM TEIE PAUSES. POST Eab. March 17. sn. m.-Barometer so:1s. Wind northeast, fresh. Weather partly loudr Arrived: At a this a m.. British steamship Drumduf. Johnston master 5i days from Sa vannab In ballast, to A. K. iller A Co. ailed: 8tea chip ebalnitte ant New Or. leans for New York. Yrurao Bt for Liverpool. MARINE NEWS. na sa n ew Te}tery. Br steamship OCasmellia. Smith, for nremen A K Miller Aee D.r steamship Plantain, Pearse, for Liverpool A K Miller teo Steamship Olinton, Henry, foe Key West uls OCedar Keys- O A Whltnos ac Steamer AImite, Costello, for Penscoia Allveo. r steamship Dumdrof. Johnston, 8% days from Savannah. to A K Miller Coo-4th diet Oar bark Augusts, Von Hartons, 4e days from Mar Mille, to A K Miller aL--Point SM White, Holmes, from Argyle Silver City, Uoovell. from Shroevepnrt La-ra L Davis, Crawrford, from Washington John Howm d. Lond.y. efrom Camde t.O'Pry, bor Lower Cboast Whisper. Oomsoek. from Daps Goals ms Irv Rl, in m t.from Loper (eas Belle, --, from Bayou Lafouroh--returned in dlstr-es-no cargo Exerts. DRUBMEN-Per steamship Camella--l29 bales ostion 44cl bushels corn in bulk LItVRPOOL-Per steamship Plsutain--6 batles atrn 661O8 sokso oloake 8.0 sacks ornmeal 5t bble otten seed oil KlY WEST VIA OCEDAR KEYS-Per steamship Ciaton--For oKey West-O40 bbls flour 300 sacks do 100 thres hams 50 bble fertilisers 300 pkg shooke, For CeOldar Keys-100 bbls flour PANCAOOILA-Pr steamer Amit--90 bbls flour SbbLs rkor 7 bblIs lard 67 sacks o r ora sa k bean 15teal hay 5 pkgl. toboc lB I M rgtU. reet9ph e Peraetee. ARBGYLE-Per stImer J M White--1 bales cotton J L Harris ko-l -et B Craig Aco--59 H Alti son oo--U4 Allen, N ent Aoc--37 Str aB Lee S89 Valde. Hawkins & lobee-b 0 J B Wolfe oo 30 Chafh, Hamilton k Powell--0 Biokham & Moors d Richardson & May-97 Graham, Black &oe-9S to bhat. IW Sonns- Bush & LevKent-l 3M Hogan iSn-17 Buckner koo-14 Lehman, Abraham oo--li Beadles, Wood oo--lS 8 Gumbel-11 Forstall & Ju. a monvfle-lo H & O Newman-S Clapp Bro keeo-7 Stewart Brm ooe-7 Moore & Coleman-S Jurey & Gillis-5 Ino T Kardle bo-S T L Alr. lboo-3 to T B Btampse- WA Bell-3 John I Noble-- B10. ham b Moore-9 R T Botker-9 Ben Germon k& So S Ar Miltenberger & Pollock-1 Hammonds, Gaddls &oo-1 to Nalle £ Oammaok-1 to P J Cookbuar-s94 sacks otto aeed NO Cotton Seed Aaeoilatln-and saundiree b order-T.tal 678 bales cotto 41 sallk -ato emd SHRVBEPORT-Per steamer Silver City - 49 bale ootton NO k R R T vo--gl Jno Phelp &oo- S0 19 Jury & Gillis-75 G W mentell .oo- Britten &r Maye-o-48 Joeo kChae A Sous-9 Moore A ' ole. man-7 1 W Burbridge ho-6 T J Carver- Keiffer & Gardner-l1800 sck olloake 189 bble oil to Jno 0Chas e SUns-Total 117J bates cotton 1300 seoks a lleake 189 bble oil ' WASHINGTON-Per steamer Laura L Davie Sblew ofton J W BDrbridge Aco-7 Meyer Wise A eo-- A A Mouton-- H U Newman-S P Casee I1 L Lacassagnoe- Lehman, Abraham &o-1 to 0 A | Phllippi io-4I8 oks aotton see4d N 0 Cottoe Seed I Aaoiation--4 hhds sugar I bbl molaese to order 1 aoksL rough siee John Calder-sundries to order 0 tol 96 bales cooton 45d eacks cotton seed 4 hhds sa. gar i bb. molaes 16 sacks rough rice A)DENI-Per steamer John Howard-934 bales oooton rey & Gillis-140 J L Harris h&o-e- H Al. elisao o_-4 JIno Phelps eoo-S- Dime, Billups &oo U0 W B Thomnon hco-i- Meyer, Wels ho- 15 to Jno T Hardie too--15 Allen, Nugent too-4 Nalle & OOmmaok- Soo.t McGehee- Cyrun Bnaey--B to SI Bloom d&o--1T L Airey oo--l Britton & Mayson 1 Tho Smma & Lesvy-saundries to order-i'o.. 59 Sbles cotton LOWER COAST-Per steamner Ibel-95 hhde of sugar Richard MillUken-34 bble molassee Chism & Boyd-978 aseks rough rice A Sooola-.S bale. moss G H Wrlht-sandnee to order UPPER CuA"T--Per teamer Fair Play 30 hhde sgar Richard Milliken-- sacks wool I bdl hides L Terrebonne-anndriee to order BAYOU GOULA--er steamer Whisper-60 hhds sugar Richard Milliken-euadrles to order LOWER COAST-Per steamer Emma Irvine Sundries to order .oeelpga at the New Basta. Covington-Per steamer Heroine-sundrtee to order Anmt River-Pe ateamer Alice-50,000 feet lum ber 0,000 ahingles Manoy & Marcy-sundries to or der Pearl River-Per steamer Josephine with 9 barges 165 oords wood to P F Herwig ltocko--Per sohr Mary Theresa-95,000 feet lam. ber JobhF Popp Bluff Creek-Per steamer Gentle Annie-950 bbls rosin 97 bble turpentine Simpson & Tticou Blind Rver--Per soar Morning Light-S0 cords cords wood to order Pearl River-Per sohr Addle Eads-40,000 feet lumber to Phil Orr eeselptt at Mt 01 Illata. Pasaoula-Per schr Annette-50,000 test lumber L'Hote &oo Blind tiver-Per ochr Clementine--l8.000 staves to order Blind River-Per achr Tree Hermanos-35 oords wood to order Leeslpte `y athlemse. (CICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS IAILBOAD. Tripe Marc 17-45 oar loads, a fellows-l45 bales cotton to order--S to Allen Wee & BDuab-- to A Schlenker oo--1 Moore & Coleman-16 S O Them. a koo-Il Jno T Hardie Aco--0 Hyman & Liohten. stein-7 Stewart Bros heo-- Beadles. Wood too 6 Jno Chatte & Sone-4 Warren & Atkinson-4 to S Gumbel-j Richardson & May-3 Chate, Hamilton A rowell-9 Vaid.'n. Hawkins & Roberta-i Suns, Billnpe &Ao--9 Keifer & Gardner--" J L Harris oo I W B Thompson &co-t to Meyer, Wels hoo-1 ear attle Ayock., Mitchell eoo-- eare sheep Pascal Servat- car poultry Lo ,le Groes- trunk J H Hen drniokrt trunes Capt Whitehead, U 8 A-11 tuab butter I B Solar & Son--14 pkgs amse Wm Bur nss-l10 hf bbls vinegar A Rauret-3 racks buter to WO Lyonhoo-4 boxes mndse F R Talsoe-10 doser broeams J H Meige--l41 boxes mat o er.tes hams Toe. Bros-U bbls highwi .e John G Ryans--I ae stoneware I Levy Aco-50 bbia wine B J Hart &ea 8 ce wine s Maroherau-z- organ P Werle.n-t. cse emo-r l it oases shoes a X. - 1-9 J - t jtaqe- d.-- 4o A Zlae i ,o tD Tr -9 esataIal U g . .r1·otir-alrk· 4 ri eIehwaaoher & hrb owe to Foler rtl- bbls hams 6 tabs butMOlar, G y lee-.d bble ouer 1 ar hay to rkey l H deon-907 bales ay Patten A Beuetiot-7 bbl wine 1 bbl brandy L Blook-16 boxes bat B Resenberg-l bag salts IL Lyons-t eame shoes A Durieu-- boxes of hardware Stuffer, Maoready leo-9 plows B J West sandriesto order-Total 00 balts actton 1NW OBLBANS AND KOBILU BAILBOAD. March 17--86 bles cotton Alle, West £ Bush- Valdem, Hawkns A obert-3 Dkgs mdse M L Nav ra-9O bbls whisky Joseph Vignes-15O sonts peae to J t Galthe "-105 do Martin Bro-905 do F Charland 10 bble line 8 8nodgrasn-910 pkgs beer C M Kra mer--180 do G.o Yalets-900 kegs do A Wale-1 tank oil Insurance 011 Tank Co-1 oar lumber H Otis-45 head eattle i L Manpin-S7 bdle paper J Meyer--t pkrs made to H Hailer-- bbls whlsky I L Lyons- bble sausage E Doherty-100 tubs butter to order 5 do Beidenheimr Bros-m10 do OGeo eligson-40 pkgs palls Thus Blmms & Levy-5 bble whisky Ball L Mann--7 do 1 on do Tramway loo-- on leather to John Frank too-S boxes tobacco Hudson & Martin 18 do 8 Hernsheim & Bro--t do Moore 8tratton & co-00 do W VanBenthuy-en-55 do Hloughton & Robinson--lO do Wallis & Landis-- bales mdse to A Lehman &co-43 pkgs mdoe J C Morris-5 boxes tobaooo Kellum & RobinSon-- do Wackerbarth & Joseph-sundries toorder-Total 37 bales cotton Train No 9-5 boxes coflins Eppner Veans--10 pkg. plows MoGInnis & Bro-1 bbl whisky J L Car. nishoe-15 tubs butter 10t saoks peas Heidenhelmer Bros--I0 bbls lime 8 8nodgrass-171 b.ne poes Jao Biodaux-l100 pkgs snuff Thos 81mm & Levy-leo do 8 Hernshelm & Bro-5 pkgs tea 8kardon & Wil. son-- bble sausage B Doherty-i box mdee I L Ly. one-3 saws H D Ueleman & Bro--5 boxes tobscoo to J P Saras-t- tieroes home Frowanfeld & Pfeifer 4 bble roots G W Davison ee-3 pk e mdes J Kirk. lrick-9 do W B Seebold-9 pkgs tobacco WE Itr. by-- pkgs medso J H Campman-5 boxes tobaooo to B Hefyman-164 pkgs mdes Keiter Bros-03 do to Z Marlueso Loo--9 do 8toufnr, Maready oo--t do B JWest- bbl seed a F Tlrgin- rolls lether $ Tricou-4 pkgs mdes J IMartin 91 hf bbls whir ky J Gottsobalk-50 tube butter B H Nlashpollsr sundries to order MOBOGIAF LUIBIANA AND TEXAB BAIL OAD AND STIAMSHIP 00G. March 17-8 bble molasses hf bale mess a hides 3 boxes ages J M Walsh-1 hf bbl sugar H Lindop 1 baleo moss 6 boxes eggs J Bibolet-s bales mors to Lange & Legendre-9 bdls green hides Rvykoeki Manade -9 pags eggs H Sevin-- do BE baseaig. no--10 sacks rough r ce L Laouseagne--sndres to ord-Total 3 bbls molasses I hfbbl sugar 10 sacks From Olinton-Per steamship Josephine-15 bales ootton Kirkpatrick Loe-7 Jno T Hardie Leo-6 to Meyer, Wel aoo-980 samoks bone meal ra bales goat skins 4 packs bones O A Whitney too-97 bales rage lot old metal M Bchwarts & Bro-sundries to orde- Total 58 bares ootton Memo1erandsa. A emparative statement of s .a-gol vessels in theport of New Orleans, made up to March I6, 1880, shows hat there were 94 steamships, 4 ships, 41 barks, 4 brigs and lt sohooners. At the same date last year there were 19 steamships, tO ships, 37 barks, 1 brigs and 10 schooners. [By Telegraph.] New York, March 17, 1880. To 0. A. Whitney Leo: The steamship New York, Capt Quick, arrived early this morning. ItOGERT & MORGAN, Agents. Warsee'e Bb PEYl. m an Immedlate stimulus for a korpi Liver, and cure !los n.,se a.Ptl-e, ma~b ari a mBox s. nd are useful t times in nearly all S diseases to cause a free and regular action of the Bowels. The best antidote for all b alo g Wvlacse'w Bltb IA'sesse quickly gvels U Tand le.p to the sularing, cures k dl aeeh and Wemralgr, Preve.- Epilleptie t, annd is the boest remedy forl Nelrvesl Pr otae obrought on by excessive drinking, over.work mental Ishoclks, and other causes. It relieves the lrlnsof all dlseasesand Is nev er injurlous to they s te. The best of all - Bottles of two stles; prices, 5 eta. and P. tesase everwsb"e pk gststerutten. H.H.Warner&Co. SBROCHESTEB, N. I. fto s for paphlet sd Bold wholesale inalew Orleanslby Sfes TaThSa L L. LYONS. TO CITY TAXPAYERS OF 1880. DUmam.UTor 0o PFNAoN. O r, . az.. New Orleans. January 1. 18so. 1 SA LL PEB8RON OWING OITY TAXES FOB £1 the year 1880 are hereby notified that the city will receive ten mills on account of the tax Sof fifteen mills levied for that year. and will I .ive credit for such partial payments on the tax bille, stamping the same two-thirds tax paid. and retaining same. If the courts shall decide that only 1 per cent is all that can be demanded these partially paid tax bills will be delivered to the ta e as recefpte in full. If they de I aide that the levy of 1l per cent is valid, the re. malning halt of Iper cent will be demanded with interest thereon from March 81, 180. No re. Sceltpts for partial payments of taxes under this notice shall be considered as a waiver of any i of the rights of the city to proceed for the re mainder. All good citizens who desire to see the expenses of the municipal government Spaid. Inoluding the school teachers police. Ia borers, etc., are requested to come forward and ay their taxes in full or on account under this notice. This sstem of collectlon will be gin nn and after T UBRSDY. the fifth instant. For those who pay the fifteen-mill tax the fol. lowin rates of oash rebate will be allowed, viz: Until the fifteenth of February 5 per cent. From the fifteenth of February to the twenty. ninth. Inclusive a per cent. From the first of March to the thirty-first of March. a per cent. ALF. H. ISAABON,. fAl it Administrator of Finance. l i i ii qi l !l lllt t ! ' LEOTBIO BELLS-THE NEWEST AND ' best method of Bell-hanaing known, It is destined to supersede entirely the old-fash loned, buagly, annoying and expensive style. No breaking of wires; on the contrary, when once in position for the electric current to pass, an electric bell is there for a life time. All that is neceedary to sound 'an alarm is to press rently a button, which may connect with bells in servants' room, dining-room, kitchen, stable -in fact any part of a residence or business house. (No burglar will enter a house with one of these bells in it.) Said buttone can be so ar ranged with indicators that a servant can tell in an instant from where an alarm comes. Numbers of our most prominent merchants are using them, with great satisfaction, both r their residences and stores. Bend for oir enlars and references. IJAS. H. REYNOLDS, Agent. jazs No. on Baronne street. DB . B PEBEZ BIGCIAN AND SURGEON of twenty-five years' experience In the treat ment and tore of pll diseases of the GENITO. U RINABI ORGANS, and of those araslng from either NJeBVOU8 or PHYSICAL DEBILITY, caused by axe or early abuses, hroni dis. eases treated with success. Br is Disease, Gravel. Oatarrh of the Bladder. .ee, Bperm-s. torrheea, an& all disorders of a PlIVATE NA TUBR treated without the use of MEBOUBY or any injrious dru s. Cueres teed and medicines easpplied, TBI B cured by simle mechanism. without pain. rkJi"A.. Dr-M rr. wmris .Ae - z aruss ANlCRHOR I . Send was s dneM. 4Y. arcD iDe. M..rch s . m - O.......... ..... itn muster O , alr t on to we_ M III~JISIPPI VALLEY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. Leaves TUIDAY,. March id, at 11 m. ne1 with Illinois Ventral haitl road) and e reamer u. F. Kendall. master will leave a above, or freiht apply on oar4I or to A. TEY O. Ant, 1e mp a t ste Will take freight for the Illinois Cntraa road and its connections. mhlT LAWMURCI.. IND U 4IIT 1JO Z OB Leaves evers MON A t p. m. and'FBIDAY oh re an .. lan hard. erks. o rouaR ocport on the A at10 a.Nm. h The Alp rO aerst Edw.y Niolle.and rone, clerrks. will v ye. returnlnz4dwn the Gout etwry MQB DA sand THUW BAXin daylight. Nor frehsht or psaang6 applyo or to . Decatur, near St. ols st. day, at the head of ien street to receive Wi. sells to ood parties on eathsy t aments to bear interest. or Curter Dparticulars Inquire o . L. B rNNAN. mhl6 tf Kountz Line Ome. Oravier street. Orr0an Naw ORnqs, S'PANISH FORT AMD, La e itailroaji Comopjn ON AND ATETR -OB 1. IMT wll leave the Depot. corner of anal an Basin stree at 6:80, 9 11, 12. 188.8.131.52. S nd 6 o'clock. and th rate will be as follow: Bound trip to the lake and return.... c0 oents Bound trip. children between 6 and 1s years ................................. IS oents ound tri to City Park and return.. . i oents Family tickets 16 round trip....... . .. L0 Famil half.tlckets. 25 round trios, chldren a to 12 years............ $S20 Ahildren uander 5 years ..............ree OLio eral nrra nema will be made withv io. nic oarties and sochools. . rrangements can be made for special trains. to be run during or after re ular hours, mhs lm Gdeneral Manager. THE 0 ONLY LINE DAILY PA za'sa. A aSVa. NO Express INS xpress. aau.......... Tao am. dl- .........o a No. iExprq No. Ixorese S-.......: :oo . dalyr ......9..:50 p m T j..kuteps..my be ed and Sleeping sofae vi 0o D and Common streets. ooze GBEAT JACIION BOUTE. CUICA.O. sT. LOUIS AND wEW on , LANS DAIL.MOAN . Trai wili leave ad arrive at the Oalliens taet Depot. on and fter January 17. Ueo, as Leave. Arrive. m.1v ..1 e. 8:so 5 n e5 i.615l-- a° 'tu can i . N e 5, and , dail,, et. .'U laeohSoU odstIoa for McComb Olti ZIproved and teinhanga r Ugs T e for nrend Inforli en atm a C street. doraer of GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE. Signature is on every bottle of the GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. It imparts the most delicious tate and zest to sOUs, of a Lenmr from a MEDICAL GMNTL$. M lP AT MADRAS to GRAVIE*, his brother atr WoaasTnn. Mar VISE, Tell la&n Pam s that their Sauce is hly esteemed in MOT AND COl India, andis, in my oolnion, the most JOINTS, pslatable as wellas athe most whole some Saue that is GAME, ETC. made. Sold and Used Threugheet the Werldi Travelers and tourists find great benefit in having a bottle with them. J.OHN DUNCAN'g SONS, AGENTS FOB LEA & PERRINS, IS College Place and 1 Union Square, mhso We ly NEW YOBE. THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL ILL OPEN FOB THE BECEPTION 01 Wguets on MONDAY. sixth instant. u I ng the summer the Hotel was put i. thoroug order and many modern improvements in. .oed to ensure the comfort of patrons, The house is unsurspssed in all that gpesto make a FIBST-OL.AB and ELEGANT HOTEL, and will continue to merit the popular favor whichb has been accorded it in the past. Parties retAurn home wll do well to call nd Qok at FAMILY BOOED before losatin owe tr vnsB8 a BABTL , THE LOAN OFFICE, I OTTo O o11.o sU~eowa sie, e e..... -...... s ad Stre ............ ! Between OsaaSnd om . en. .,_tO~ uEsBrpn2 d 3 **V "lniO M n " Intneaaa. Iarl La aae H. Brnker master, Leaves on SATURDAY. Maroh 2o. at a I, m. ORB MINDEN. Danube. Charles Thorn. master. Leaves SATURDAY March I2. at 5 p.m. o whbe.o oharges. raye or ommson ill be olarged a. i. hed a Baa ort mNew Orleas. in mon elr Ior ornr t seopor .ll or a ho geo p _ardse the or at the OWthO!oftee OeD1, OU Leaves every ATUDAV. ast p b. m g1AM Commercial e- e onme n8ew nn nmoesr eansdor m fr, eight O onamgne to 0boat.08 ooragen t G ggal from eoan S nty with to NmoLA-T N ar eat,. a t A onnet at veton wi * o.n. l.,o B h i O ove r aB TLVU GraL Will sail from Morgan Citn FOB BR4ZOS SANTIAGO VIA Gmalveston-e a )o s itesmer Will sail from Morgan Cit Freighta forBrownstvle s per ent off tariff. exept grain. whioh tat aeo.olat. on to hbills ai a ad rrteand. via Clinton and UaI.. H. and UAntonio -, r me eaaH J ettsoa vllle. ancho. ete. eived via C .lntonorCuer. a)atnlak oonsignees. Srelet four da rue f points reoived at '~~etna and stateroom. setured until p. m. at agent' oe o t the ferry landing, on ortetauoaa. Texas a nd ofied Q AG WBI'IARE & O. Managers ooi tf 0&rner agalne an&a RhEs.. WEERVILLS, VICNOBDRU AND DaEG. TED STATý_. PACKET. Dava' Bevend anInt William ampbel muter, T. Jdowa e 1, eaves bove. co nectn at f rg with Sflower.Ahi 9 O a merdhial Place. a9 . vier street. , eaves P E V . H R (. GR E ______and Bends-The new and magnfl. oent seener steamer urt. Holmes mster. W.N. o le k. oonnotnga t Vioksburg vit Da forall pointa on Yazoo and Tallaha. o le rivers., FlO_ `xadchKe and Su wnerm riverst nrob- -l statio.. on the olksburg, dPacific mssroad via Delta. ILa r reser.s the right to vase all land. In/I Captaln may consider unsafe. freight or p. y on boar or to tOHN hAiI, fot ommon at. at same rate as oAthe oat. BAYeW SARA. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA Leaves every WENDASDA- and SATUBDAY SFOR BAYO8 ARA WATERLOO. Bo end P kte u mined txtend -Thteat andsplendid asenger steamer _ 3JOm W. CANNON, John C. Libano master. J. H. Moseop clerk. Cinton and Woodville freights shipped Wed eday reach their desttinaton ridy even. r eir a on .onyar evening. oe airesaf o evsery TUe8DAT oHU rD o s sT -THie PLSr.as avieer street R D _ MoPEaXE. 1E Gravieratreet. LauD G0. WAYNE. 8s (rtavler street. BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET , OB BAYOU SAMA., WATERLOO. Hfermnltag. Port Hudson Lobdell's er Ea r aer lBaton Rouge and Plasuemine --Steae EDWARD J. GAY, 1. ,. Brown master. S. 8.SItreok clerk. Jleaves and SoNDA FI DDAAd R as e re..urni .r every WEDElSDAY and SUNlDAY. or O a on board or to Jyl JOHN JANNEt. 106 ommnon street UFPPER OAST. PEOPLO ' FAVORITE. REGULAR UPPERf AST TRI-WEEKLY Leaves every TUESDAY. THURSDAY and IATURDAY at 11 a. m. S FOR BAYOU GOULA. DONALD. sonville and all upper coast land. lngs-The fne fast passenger steam er leave as above returnal down the coast Sundays. Wednesdays and Friays in daylight, For frehtorpa ae dy onboard or to a fei E. 3, OOEAUX. 20 Contt street. WHITE STAB LINE. 1879.-BaUl & Wstuer Arrwagammt.1uIS TBL-WIEKLY UP-PER COAST PAKEBT TC Sre tu /.nin wag o t h e Jl on. f a ýThe F E _ AD FAST PASSER I Ln. TBpA01.... ...... s j. . .U S d . MhJJna. a Or tfunolnna.tt, attLouf v • or t el or p·gý. 0 6z ý,. no1At 18... ... L THE STEAMEES n1' THEOWsE. ern Trannsortaon ine ea mW W Orleans f or O rivern a as B±: £ BOLUEN CRBOWN..... Ba . GOLDEN CI Ylr........... TE ý . ». TU. AM Ct iRt . m. a. 3. TERINwER. G n CEaeULS H 0TA. arA 1DA s NNW MART @OUJSTON, .Utt. & TeOAS ERLOCK..T URSDA A MA U. P. sCmECK....... TDAA UIDING Tan .......... DA mLDIE 3La.3... eDArt NEW OELEA Anf e aan t iiOas-The WH.H. Thorweaatna. ee ltenbef SLeavesHR Y March is. ap u. or to as apply on ooar o 1. ý. DOTiGLAR 62 avier street I * uomstrest. huas LOn.D R COAlT. Leaves overy TH UeTDSDA . ply mo la.1Terre ani p . Iv4lnau-TheWhin ,g, ooa ea J.A. BDlz master. . Y. Vallette ee leavee as aove rernlnal.tnrgot. TENSAS AND BAO T AOON BGrLdAK, Leaves BogE Puarch ýtFO_ Dtýe s. Dfn. ' .v.ant oofJa a r.ncgs on Q . eoole as o te los mo , ilveasabove. korfreight orp - WELY LIMU FOR 11L3RDA .lN... VANA. ,nd Havana - The followlng meeat wl mev e. bO xI.TN .....TH K- n on riote passengner m freght will be eowel _a o han ato d Natoli~rll NEW T 00Z. Ie t. * * T m Won Aisn o ama rWill ol from Algiers . A . TOBN TO NEW. YOBk ON.# .-6 Trthbo.e port re theou deteshion9 Cf TTAl.M f _ei o Lirno. romz and o sarl * *.... 56t itaree a taken tilne, ieo and h t hroug l th Ia. n tomrearom... ..t. s. . Oaa. . 0e0n .der oeyear. HI ST-Our ANe . 1 o 5. W ear.l a r mIn T&B .2800 Jonn n Avm... BAT B. i . ........1.. Cor....' ...... -.oe .. . ~T THAN.. B 180..H NA T ........ 0.... AJ O ER ........ ..... ISTO AN ........s8o0...... lRaTdi ..o t .........otien......t be rite eln 1r These stessshi s. bengney. Cofmight draL u cross te bar of the Miss~ssIppI att all ý6ts 4. without detention. Nor freight apply to dew lV 196 Gravier street. up stali L IN AND HAVANA. The steamships, of the lorth swa-. man Lloyd will resume wear l- '` rrpsasow Bremen. ro N. Hannover........J...anr 1 4nt . These steamers touch outward at vY Havana. and on their home trip at ,avaml SouthamptC Of PASS From Bremen. Southamptonor Havret10 . ana or New Orleans-Cabin $150; Steerage. - From New OrleanstoSouthampiton, Earsm, Bremen-Cabs si10:Steer tes. Chind cmnder ten years. half Dries: }.. dren under one year free man A Bunge. In Galveston area , Issue teerage passage orders at the Kd