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Many Western mules are still being sold in Shreveport. The St. Charles Herald, Rep., is for Grant for President. The public schools in Clinton closed on the twenty-sixth ultimo. Lafayette complains that it has had very little rain so far this year. The Florida parishes bee keepers' assocla tion meet in Clinton April 13. Protector Fire Company No. 2, of Thibo daux, has received its new engine. President C. G. Andrews, ofOentennary Col lege will deliver an address in Clinton on me morial day, May 1. Cotton planting is going on with a vim. There is no Kansas talk in Eset Feliciana. [East Fellciana Patriot-Democrat. From all portions of the parish the good news comes to us that our farmers are en tirely engaged in planting corn.-LUnion Ga iette. At a railroad meeting held in Monroe, Saturday, March 27, twenty-five delegates were elected to the railroad convention to -meet in Bastrop. The little negro child, Johnnie Adger, who was shot the other day, by a negro boy flamed Henry Turner, is expected to die. Turner is In jail. It is said that wealthy and responsible par ties in the West are willing to subscribe $25, 000 towards the construction of a cotton fac tory in Amite City. The Monroe Bulletin declares that there is no danger of the machine shops of the Vicks burg, Shreveport and Pacific Railroad being removed from that town. Several sugar planters of this parish have mentioned to us that worms are eating at the younr cane and thereby doing great dam age.-l[Morgan City Review. The contract for the construction of the round-house and iturn-table at this place for the two railroads has been awarded to Mr. S. D. Stafford.-[Lafayette Advertiser. Bayou D'Arbonne at upper ferry is falling; at the lower ferry it is at a stand. The back water from the Ouashita is now having its ef fect upon the current In the bayou..-[ Union Gazette. In our neighboring town of Jeanerette, on the twenty-seventh ultimo, Isidore Laporte killed one Dave Taylor. Laporte surren dered himself the next day and was lodged in jail.--t[beria Journal. Miss Harold, of Claiborne parish, has brought suit for breach of promise of mar riage against Mellard Atkins, of Athens. In the same parish. This is one or the first suits of the kind ever brought in the State. The Pollee Jury of Concordia parish will meet on Monday next to determine whether or not to levy a tax of $15,000, as Conoordia's portion of the fund intended to keep up the levees of Madison, Tensas and Concordia parishes. Mr. George W. Miller's son, between six end seven years old, was drowned in the Bayou Doe Slard, in Ouachita parish, last Saturday evening. He was playing on the bank of the bayou, and, it is supposed, was precipitated into the water by the bank caving. The Board of Trade of Monroe had a meet ing Friday evening to consider measures for the advancement of the railroad from Monti cello, Ark., via Bastrop, to Monroe. Resolu tions were passed pledging the support of the Board to the enterprise, and looking to a sub scription by this city in aid thereof. The St. Helena 6(azetle says: John Walker and his family are among the colored exodus ters who have returned home to Baton Rouge from the happy land. John stayed six weeks in Kansas, and it took him all that time to earn seventy-five cents. He has come back a wiser and a poorer man. After a few days of fine weather rain has set in again. The crops generally have a poor appearance, and, notwithstanding the absence of winter this year, vegetation is very slow. The sane has a dull and sickly look, and a rusty color. Weeds are growing pretty fast, however.--[St. John Meschacebe. A force of seventy-five convicts arrived here from Lake Charles on Wednesday morning and track laying on the Louisiana Western Boad was commenced by them on the same day. Material for this road arrives daily, and track laying westward will be pushed forward at the rate of three-fourths of a mile per day,-[Lafayette Advertiser. The fine steam saw mill owned by Messrs. Brouseard & Decuir situated on the west bank of the bayou, within the limits of the town, Was totally consumed by fire Friday morning at about half-past 1 or 2 o'clock, to gether with a large quantity of lumber, etc. The property, we learn,was insured for $5000, asum very far below its actual oost.-[lberla Journal. The Bayou Lafourche continues to rise. There is no disguising the fact that the La fourche, at least below Labadleville, is in se rious danger of an overflow at some points. The pillar under the Tnibodaux bridge is about twelve inches out of water. This pillar has been covered twice, followed quickly in both instances by crevassee.-[Thibodaux Sentinel. The gnats are again very bad on the river below here. Mr. Cann has lost one or two of his mules, recently purchased, and Dr. DeGraffenreld two. The back water is inside 1 the rear fences on Messrs. Cann's and David Faulk's places and rising rapidly. Work is suspended among part of the population and timepassed chasing the buffalo-fish.-lMon roe Bulletin. Mrs. Margaret Silliman, who died in East Feliciana lately, and who was one of the recentresidentesot that parish, left a large portion of her property, fully 1000 acres, to hernegroservants. She alsoprovided that all her hands or tenants should have the right to continue on her other places on paying one-fourth of a bale of cotton rent per acre. The rest of her property was divided equally I among thirteen relatives. It cannot be denied with any show of< reason, that the season, thus far, has been pro- 1 pitious for the planters; and if crops are not well advanced the clerk of the weather cannot 1 be held asoountable. In this parish the corn ropise saidtobe "up totime, andsomecot. ton has been planted; cane is promising, and altogether our planters should be satisfied. Lafayette Advertiser. The Democratic parish executive commit tee of the parish of Lafourche, at a meeting held last Wednesday, recommended the fol lowing appointments to be made by the Gov ernor: For police lurors-First Ward, John i S. Seely; Second Ward, S. T. Grisamore; Third Ward Sosthene Folse; Fourth Ward, Maxillen Delaune; Fifth Ward, H. N. Coulon; Sixth Ward, Lawrence Kramer; Seventh Ward, Chas. 8. Mathews; Eighth Ward, Hamilton Ayo Ninth Ward, James Moran; Tenth Ward Vtalere Guedry. For assessor, B. R. McBrd a--[Thibodaux Sentinel. POLITICS. The latest report from Utica is that nobody is authorized to speak for Horatio Seymour, that he is in splendia health, and will talk of nothing but cheese-making. Senator Wallace is reported to have ex preseed the opinion that Gen. Hancock will be the Democratic candidate for President if the Republicans nominate any civilian, and that if Gen. Grant is nominated Bayard will be the man. The Republican convention in the Eighth District of North Carolina elected Major W. W. Rollin, of Madison county, and the Hon. D. C. Pearson, of Burke county, delegates to Chicago. Both of them, the Wilmington Post claims, are in favor of Sherman. Major Gen. Hancock has a farm of 480 acres of tine land near Windsor, Mo., which he looks upon as his homestead, where he means to pass the latter years of his life. Before goln into the army he was a citizen of Mis nouri, and married in that State. After the adjournment of the Kansas Bed publican conventlon, the other day, the third termers of the Second and Third Districts held meetings, passed resolutions, compli mentary to Gen. Grant, and elected delegates to Chicago to contest the seats of the regular ly chosen Blaine men. The Utica Herald of Wednesday says a well informed Democrat declares that the eowardly location of the State Conventon in Syracuse by Tilden, from fear of the inuIn ence of Gov. Seymour in Utic, will result in a solid anti-Tilden delegation from Utica and Onteda county. The Kelly movement has gained great strength in this locality within the last two days. The latest Grant slate figures up 862 votes already assured for Grant, or within seven teen of the number necessary to nominate. The count is: New York, 70; Pennsylvania, 58; Illinois, 42; Miessouri, 30; Kentucky, 24: Texas, 16 Tennessee 24; Arkansas, 12; Ne vada, 6; dolorado, 6; Virginia, 22; Massaohu setts, 22; Indiana, 18; North Carolina, 8, and Georgia, 4. Total, 362. The Baltimore Sun thus summarizes sev eral letters from representative Democrats in Virginia to an editor in that State: "Ex-Gov. Letcher is the only prominent man who de clares his prefefrence for Mr. Tilden, and he says he does not believe, in the present con dition of parties in Virginia, 'that the Demo crats can carry the State in the next Presi dential election, no matter who their candi dates may be.' Several of the country editors say they know of no one in their section who favors Mr. Tilden. Gen. Fltzhugh Lee says if Mr. Tilden is nominated, many Conserva tives will abstain from voting, and Virginia must, in that event, be classed as a doubtful State. Gen. W. H. F. Lee expresses substan tially the same view, and hopes the conven tion will give a leader 'who will arouse the enthusiasm of our people-an event so neces sary at this time to Insuire victory for the Conservative Party in Virginia.' There Is almost unanimity in the opinion that Mr. Tilden will be the weakest candidate that could be nominated, and many of them say he could not possibly carry the State." WEATHERL BULLETINL WAs DIraTamr. . Signal Service. United 8tates Army. I Daily msteorologloal record for the elaht hours endinag at 2:0e . m.. Sunday. Aprll 4. (Observations taken at the same moment of time at all statione.l Stations. Bar. per shours 0.4 hour. Inahes, Qairo........... 29.84- 77 E 3 0 Ohattanooga... •9 st-F 1s W 12 0 Cinclnnati ..... so 80- 67 NW 14 0 Davenport .... 2 77- 60 W 8 0 Dubuque ..... 29.75- 57 W 12 0 Galveston...... 3000oo -F 76. 15 o Indlanola...... 302-8 - sW 14I o Keokuk........ 99.71- ,4 N; 4 o La Crosse...... 2977- 45 W 10 0 Leavenworth.. 29 7- t, ,4 12 0 Louleville...... 29 75-t 7 W 23 0 Memphbls....... 9.st-F so SW 12 o Nashville... o9 8-8 S84NW 4 o New Orleans... "o,92-8 81 SW 13 0 Omaha......... l9 79- 52 N 7 o Plttsburg.. .... .9 so- 71 4W 12 Shrevepolqrt.... 29.86-F 91 SW 9 o St. Lould...... 29.78- 74 SE 5 0 St. Paul........ 297 47r 6 o Vloksburg..... 2993-F 8 SW is 0 Yankton ....... 9 91- 60N K 0 Oorsloana .... 29 88-F 42 S 22 0 Little Rook .... 29.76-F 97 SW 84 0 B. indloates riings; F. indloates falling: d. Indloates stationarr. LOCAL R COWD. Nsw OaUm As. April 4. liee. Sime Weather. 7 . m. so.04 74 8 8 Cloudy. 2 p.m. so.o2 81 8W 12 Fair. 9 p. m. 80.04 74 SW 10 Clear. Mean ... s3003 7 ........ Maximum temperature 81. minimum 72. DAILY LI"TTER LIST. Ladies' List. Beard Phila mrs Lenon Louisa miss Bren Chrlistina mrs Maoherdi W mrs Brsgg Braxben mrs Ogletin Emma Jane Bonet Fannie miss Patton James mrs Cleary Katie mrs Phipes Minerva mrs Duvall Pauline miss Banders Tiola miss De Lenler Marie miss Buethen Bertha mrs Fenwiok Rosa miss Temme Mary Flemming L miss Thompson Georgia Green G A miss Vorslin Antone D mrs James Mary miss Gentlemen's List. Amann Charles Lehmann Henry Aiken Andrew J Lee John Atwood H B Milan John J BrianardellliOlto Mitchell Joe Rivel Berg John Mnanus Edward Bremm B Montgomery Richard Duttes A D Murray Thomas Brewsan Albert Newhall B F Cole Jae L judge Oshineyer D Cooper Wm E Oakes James Cohen H dr Robinson N D capt De Busslene C F B RBoeaud Dan'l Dena Alexandra Shardent P 8 Diendorf P F Surgem Arnold Geddry Richard Stille R B & co Gablakeger Junius Trower 0 Guathney Theodore Tebin George H Lamar Charles Tobin James Lorenz M Vacarie D Diego Levey M Vandin A Lafeton Aulloney Wilson Richard Lamaille Joseph Warner Leslie O Lebmann Henry G Walter Bam'l O Lassoe harles CITY ECHOES. Saturday evening an unknown man jumped into the river from the Second District ferry boat, and was drowned. Joe. Bailil. a gallant tar. carried concealed a sheath-knife. and was hauled into the Third Precinct Station last night. At an early hour Sunday morning some thieves, who attempted to burglarize the gro cery of M. N. Lemnas. at the corner of Du. maine and Chartres streets, were frightened off by the approach of an officer, and decamped without securing any booty. Havana Markets. HAVANA. April 4.-Sugar market fairly active during the week, with closing prices some what Irregular: Nos. 10 to 12 D. S. 85@9t4 reals gold per arrobe: Nos. 15 to 20 D. S. 10i@114i reals; molasses sugar Nos. 7 to 10 st 71@8 reals, muscovado sugar common to fair 7%@77 reals; centrifugal sugar 96 degrees polarization in boxes and hogsheads 9sO9% reals. Stocks in warehouse at Havana and Matanzas : 71.800 boxes. 92 5oo0 begs. 11 500 hhds. Receipts o( week: 12.700 boxes 11000 bags. 16.600 hhds. Exports during week: 4460 boxes, 3770 bags, 14.000 hhds. Including 150 boxes, 3200 bags and 12,oo00 hhds to the United States, Spanish gold. S21%. Exchange flat: on United States, 6o daym, gol0. 8% premium: short sight do 4®@4% premium; on London 141@144' premium; on Paris 1@20 premium. The best tonic in the world is Malakoff Bit ters. Prize medal received at the Paris Expo sition in 1878. RIVER NEWS. OrFIGO1 NW OL sANS D]EMORBAT, Monday, April 5. 1880, 1 Arrivaie. Bee marine column. stage of the Rivers. Daily telegraphic report of the stage of water at varione points, with chanese. in the 24 hours ndding yesterday at a D. m. Ahbove low Change. Stations. water Feet. Inch. Feet. Inch. Jtlro.-- .--- . 84 4 I. 3 Snoinnatl...- 25 9 to 4 tLouisville- ....-. 10 8 to 2 Memphis........ ... .. 32 6 to 8 Nashville...... .......... i 9 tO 9 *New Orleans ......-.... 1 6 to 1 Pittsourg....... ........ 6 o to 2 Shreveport ...... .....- 23 2 t0 2 ,t. Louis.._.-. ." 13 5 10 4 Vicksburg....-- ..-. 43 0 0 0 .Below high water mark of 1874. IAbove bench-mark. tIndicates rise. Indlocatee fall. The A. J. Baker and barges arrivea yesterday morning The John Dippold and barges passed down Saturday at 5 p. m. So Messrs. Brown & Jones have telegraphed 0apt. John A. Stevenson from .temphls. The Mayor has promised to have a police en the landing to-day sufficient to ch-ck any riotous demonstrations on the part of the strikers. In a manner they won't appreciate. It the crevasse is not closed within the next few days several boats will enter the Bayou Teche trade, amot g them h- Corona. The RBbert Mitchell. from Oincinnati, and the Belle of Shreveport. from St. Louis, both arrived yesterday. The Mitchell. besiees do lon a large business, putting out and rating on fully 600 tone, had a large trip here, and quite a number of passengers: amongthem and bo, ked for the ro,4 trip are the .-wve. John P. ouher. t BRockorik Ind.' W. W. Webb. of Bedford, In. tand -yrk of sew Albany. Ind. Oapt. Moore has also his estimable wife with him this trip. The Whisper has changed her schedule. Her Wednesday tripo have been discontinued, and hereafter she will leave every Monday at 5 p. i. and Friday at to a. m.. and go as high as Ply uuernine. The favorite Guiding Star. W. B. Miller mas ter. John S. Jones clerk. leaves to-morrow at 5 D. m. without lail for Olncinnati. The Mitchell will follow the Guiding Star Thursday and the Golden Hule Saturday. The Silver OCity, Cpt. M. N. Wood. will be the Wednesday boatto Shreveport. and theiJohn D. Scully. uapt. George Wilkinson, to Minden. There will be three departures in the Anchor Line this comin g week to Str. Louis: The Belle of Shreveport. Capt. Jas Coghill. Clerk W. X. Fitzgerald. Tuesday, the W. P. Halllday Thurs day. and the City of Alton Saturday. The White Star Line steamer Whisper. J. A. Comstook master, G. M. Woods clerk, leaves to day at a p. m. for PI ,tuemine, The semi-weekly Bayou Lafourche packet B 1le. Max Blanchard master. Joe Webre clerk. leaves to-day at 5 p. m. The new and B let Bayou Sara and coast packet Edward J. Gay. John J. Brown master. 8L 8. Streck clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. m. The lower coast paciket Emma Irvine, J, A. hUlr. master, leaves eto-morrow at 11 a. m. for O, anae Farm. The coast and Donaldsonville packet Rene Macready. in place of the De Smet. Frank Ot tendorfer master, leaves to-morrow at t11 a. m. The coast and Lafourche packet Assumption. P. A. Oharlet master. leaves to-morrow at a p. m. The United States mail packet Robert E. Lee. Capt. William Campbell. leaves to-morrow for Vicksburg. The independent Opelousas packet City of Augusta. Wm. Orawford master, leaves to-mnor row at 5 p. m. I.ehange Cllpplngs, April I. John H. Wilbank. late of the offices of the White and Bichardson. is here, slightly Indis posed. He was long connec ed with the Green and Barren River Navigation Company. MEMPHIs, April 2.-The steam yacht Cinder ella, dirt-ct from New York by rail, for the use of the chief engineer of the Missiesippi river. arrived this evening, and will be tried to-mor row. She is a propeller 8so feet long. The Memphis and Hatchle River Transporta lion C'ompany has executed a bill of oale of the steamer Polteveut, and contract in the nature of a trust deed to A. S1. McGee as trustee, as security for 2oo00 loaned the company by Brooks. Neely & Co. and O. P. Hunt & Co.. payable in sixty oays from March 27. 180u A large levee contractor who did a mile of work on the Ben Lomoud levee, opposite lake Providence. has just arrived from a tour along the entire levee system. He reports not a single levee broken from Hush uckanel to the War ren county line. 'The Cammaek levee, fifteen miles below lake Providence. has never been broken, nor has the wmer been up to the new work, while two strong protections are in the rear of the main line. No apprehension is felt of damage this season along the Mississippi side, now the water has begun to fall, and very little harm has been done by water on the At kansas side, where no levuee, save a few private ones, extet, The contractor alluded to was sitting behind the Ben Lomond levee read ing a newspaper when the canard went out, and was printed by various journals, that it had liven way and flooded the country adjacent. News from White river is that the water in that stream is declining, Water is over the shores from St, Charles out, but a dryer time is short. ly expected. For some weeks back the town of Indian Bay has been Venetian in its habits, the people using batteaux and dug outs instead of gondo las, and all business is transacted with water craft. When the chi dren fall In the water it is not so deep but that they can wade out, how ever. and the place will soon be free from wet again. The last year's crop of cotton is nearly all marketed from the White river valley, and farmers are getting ready for another heavy planting. Business along the White river val ley is now rather slack. Though beats from here carry out heavy freight, their return trips are light. Shreveport Times. April 1: The Bonale Lee broke her shaft on her up trio. four miles below Minden. She will prob ably stay where she is a little while. Speelal Telegrams. ioaBaoe. La.. April 4 -Weather clear and pleasant. River rising. Passed down: Fred. A. Blanks last night. ST. Louis, April 4.-Good stage of water to St. Paul. No boats through yet. Bates to New Orleans are tending lower. Arrived: Common wealth and My Choice, which left for Cairo with barges. John Means departed. The Gilmore will arrive to-morrow and leave Tuesday, the Commonwealth on the slath and the Silver City on the eigh'h. Only seven boats at the wharf. CAIao. April 4.-A floater supposed to be John Dyer. who was drowned at Caserville three weeks ago, is reported found above this city. A gold watch and a lot of money was found on the body. The Scudder cleared last night. fully laden. The Will Kyle. with a good trip. passed down at noon to-day. General Telegrams. CINCINNATI, April 4.-River 25 feet 9 inches and rising. Weather clear and pleasant. LOUISVILLE. April 4.-River 10 feet 4 Inches and falling. Weather pleasant. Arrived: Golden Crown from Cincinnati to New Orleans. PITTSBURO. April 4.-RIver 6 feet 3 inches and falling. Weather clear and pleasant. ST. Louis. April 4.-River 13 feet and fall log. Weather clearing and warm. Arrived: Gilmore and barges from New Orleans. OAIBo, April 4.-River 34 feet 4 Inches and falling. Wes her clear and warm. Arrived: City of Vicksburg from Vicksburg. Will Kyle from Cincinnati. Departed: Otty ofVloksburg for St. Louis. Scudder and Kyle for New Or leans. EVANSVILLE. April 4.-River 25 1-10 feet and faling. Weatnor clear and warm. Down: Paris O. Brown for New Orleans. MEMPHIr , April 4.-RIver falling. Arrived: J. W. Gaff for Cincinnati. Departed: New Mary Houston for Cincinnati. John B. Maude for St. Lauls. Gold Dust for Vicksburg J. S. McDonald and barges for New Orleans. The weather is warm. FROM THE P&ASES. PORT EADS April 4. 6 p. m.-Wind southwest and llubt. Weather thick and cloudy. Arriv-d: At 10:15 a. m., American steamship Morgan. Stepler master. from Havana via Key West. to C. A. Whitney & Co. At8 a. m., American steamship Lizzie Hen derson, Peterson master, from Key West. to R. B. Post & Son. At 2:50 p. m.. British steamship Coronilla. Batty master, 23 days from Gibcaltar, with fruit to &. Ousimano. vessel to A. K. Miller & Co. Norweu.an bark Passat, Pederson master, 44 days from Barcelona, to master. Schooner Susan Scranton, Stark master. from Truxillo. to C. H. Schenck. No departures. MOVEMENTS IOF OCEAN VESSELS. NEW YOng. April 4.-Arrived: Steamer City of Montreal from Liverpool. Scandanavia from Mediterranean ports. Marengo from Hull, Val mer from Havre. others from Rio De Janeiro. City of New York from Havana. BALTIMOBE. April 4.-Arrived: Defiance from Wilmington. N. U. Arrived out: City of Brus sels. Wieland. MARINE NEWS. OFRIOE NEW OBLEANS DEMOOBAT. April 5, 1380. f Arrived. Br steamship Coronil!a. Batty. from Massins March 1, to A K Miller &co--2d dis Steamsbio Lizzie Henderson, Peterson. from Havana via Florida Porte, to R B Post & Son--lst diet 13 Steamship Morgan. Staples, from Havana via Flori da Ports, to C A Whitney &co-Algiers Bark Will W Case, Dermott. 22 days from New York, to Norton & Bell-Point Schr Ebenezer. Bethel, from Ruatan. to S Oteri & Bro--ic 1 ier Bohr Susan Scranton, Stark, from Troxillo, to C H Sehenek-Pic Tier BTEAMBOATU. Belle of Shreveport, Coghill, from St Louis Rout Mitchell. Moore, from Cincinnati Bobt B Lee. Campbell. from Vicksoure John H Hanna. Johnson, from Camden E .1 Oay. Brown. from Bayou Sara Whisper, Comsoock, from Bayou Goula Silver City, Wood. from Shb evepc rt .ee, 0 Fry, from Lower Coast Fair Play, Papinean, from Upeer Coast A J Baker. McClelland. from St Louis, with 3 barges eeaelpts of mPao ae. CINCINNATI-Per steamer Robert Mitchell-27 pkga iron 4 oaltivalors to A Baldwin &co-- iron safe A tuy-6 pkga glassware A Bertel-34, olows itt pkgs mdse B J West-72 pkgs wagonstnff to Brdley Bros- 0 bbls d apples B H Flaebpoller-20t0 boxes of starch i 0 boxes bitters to Burke & Thompson-1.6 pkge anrdries Blanks Line-'50 empty bbls Crescent City 01 Co-5 bbls whisky C Doyle--6 plates iron C G Johnsen-4(0 bbls cornmeal 16t0 sacks meal 30 bble beef 50 obal grits C H Lawrence &Co-4 burial cases D) Donegn--17 pkgs glassware E Offher--;3 pkgs ink E C Palmer &oo-5 bhhts tobacco E H Wil sun &c.--8 pkga glassware F Esoarruguel-150 boxes soap Flsh. Preston &oo- -lP bble pork 11i bbls flour Frowenfeld & Pfeifer-- wagons F N Thai er &co-I box moae G R Finiay &so-l pkge castings G W W Uoodwyn-- mili Gulilett Gin MIg Go--10 tierces hams rt Pascal &co-si bbls potatoes Greve & Wil dermann-60 bbls flour to (lover & Odendakl--.7 bbia potatoes 4. bull beans 10 pkg. eggs 15,ceep hoop poles W Davimon &a-4 boxes mdse to H N Sie 1 brecht-150 bbls four to H Groebel ko-144 do 973 balu potaltoe 1fI sacks Wan 1710 sacks oea n7 pkga 7 eggs Howard &Alowe r-19 plates iron J D Edwards 11 pk s glassware J Glnnnm-98 cases mdee I L Ly one-l0 pags glassware J O Morris -3 do 8 Pablo 167 pkga wagonstuff J 8cbwartes oo--a bble whisky J G 8por-3t hldle iron J Thompson & Bio--5 easka J Genlus-10 kegs older J Dreyfhs &oo--0 buggles to Leonard & Maxwell--99 pkge glassware to Mrs John Gauohe--7 do M MoGraw-40 M LNavra-10 P B Pedersen--'I Stratton & Mayer--I9 page iron M Schwarts & Bro-9 boxes bacon 195 boxes soap 395 boxes candles 500 boxes starch 54 pkge sundries to O A Whitney oo--6 pkge eggs 9 boxes bacon 9 easks bacon 9 bbl vinegar ii pkgs lard 3 bbls beans Miller & Meyer-10ll bbls flour Miller, Grigsby Ao 975 do to MoUloskey & Henderson-t5 bbls pork 90 tieroes hams o7 boxes bacon 77 bales hay to order-77 bbls potatoes Patton & Benedict-125 bbls flour 125 bbls cornmeal Perdreauville &co-45 boxes handles 50 bdls iron Rice. Born &co-8 cultivators Stauffer, Macready &oo-195 bbls flour 105 bbls aritt Schwa. bacher & Hirsch--I bdle wheels T E McCarthy-l0 bble whisky 50 bbls pork to Thoe Simms n& Levy--i oases shoes Vincent &co-19 boxes cheese 195 bbls of cornmeal 250 hbls grits Vose Biors-50 bbls potatoes 11 bbls flour W H Mathews & Bro-- 7 pkgs glassware W C Shepard &co-100 bbls floor 250 bbls cornmeal 948 bbls potatoes 4700 poe staves 8 boxes eggs Wal. lace, Fairchild to-1-o0 sacks cotton seed meal to John Calder-442 sacks oilcake J W Burbridge co-c 84 bales cotton Lehman, Abraham too--fr do Rich ardson & May-59 H A C Newman-30 Allen, West a Bush-a 8 B Newman &oo-l to Jno Phelps &coo sundries to order-Total 248 bales cotton 55 hhds to bacoo ST LOUIS-Per steamer Be'le of 8bhreveport--50 sacks bran 559 bbls flour to W H Mathews & Bro-70 do 190 sacks soreenings 150 sacks oats 20 seacks bran T Prodhomme--8 do 140 sacks oats 300 bbls flour to MA Rogers &co-140 do 14 pkgs meat 357 sacks corn 12 kegs lard 10 bbls pork and sundry mdse N O & O 't T Co--O bble flour 16 hf do 1to bbls cornmeal 5 bbls pork 9 pkgs meat Loard • MOPeake-14 do 10 bbls eork 1.9 ibls flour 935 bbls cornmeal 11 pkgs of mdse N O& R R T Co-41 pkge meat E F DelBon. dio--6Si sacks corn to order--638 do Patton & Bene. diet--.0 do 445 sacks oats its bales hay 160 bbls of sornmeal 480 bbls flour Clover & Odendhal-4:I9 do 4t9 sacks corn C T Buddeoke & 8on--198 do 100 bbls flour 937 bble pork Miller, Grigsby &Ao--916 bales of cotton to order-s-0 boxes eggs to J M Pedersen--15 bbls flour McCloskey & Henderson-:il do 4 hf do 60 bbls cornmeal ( A Hogsett-50 bbls flour 100 hf do Forcheirmer Broe--' bbls flour John Watlh-1.5 do Polhans & Doll-75 H T Cottam &ce--40 Perdrean ville &co-75 Harrison & Bettlson-4-o do 135 sacks oats Vrunn & Mortimer--2u bbls cornmeal Frowen feld & Pfeifer--l5 bales hay Chas Pleasauts--39 do M A Rogers &co-43tl sacks oats 50 t eroes lard to Wallace. Failchild &no--i64 packs oats Jos West 8 co-100 bble pork Wchmidt, & Ziegler-M00 do to E K Converse-5 casks bottles 8 Palo-fl p'gs glassware Stratton & Meyer--115 do to G R Finlay &co-6 ice boxes M L Navra--1 pkge wood Nelson & Fagan- bale moseClapp Bros o&o-33 pkgs glassware I Levi &co-97 phgs irmn M Schwarts & Bro--74 empty bbls Crescent Cit) Oil Co--53 heal bogs 43 head cattle to Aycook, Mitchell &co--90 pkgs ades C A Whitney &coo-180 pkgs boxetuffl W Kern--l bbls beef Vose Bmros-5 pkgs paper to L Graham-t6 pkgs castings to Branch, Crookes &co--50 rk, beor F llollandler-- 4 pkis lead (I W lohbar-llo bbls vinegar 5O empty kegs to Hartwell & Chambers-lI pkgs w ware to loseph Vlgnees--6 do Berkson Bros-57 to Mrs John (Gauche--lu, M McGraw-- bae burlaps Wm Mehle 2 b hows A Baldwin &co--. bhbls vinegar A Vi le mer-5 do J Gleason-5 J M Knieberger-esundrics to order-Total l10 bales cotton VICKSBURG- Per steamer Robt E Lee-130 bales cotton to bark E T G--97 do Richardson & May-00 Clapp Bros &co-4. S B Newman &co-17 J L liar. tis &oo-07 T L Airey &oo--97 J B Wolfe &oo-9-5 to Meyer. Weis Aco--15 R E Craig &co-I1 Buckner & co-10 H & C Newman-ll to Jno Obaffe A Sone-8 Payne, Kennedy (co-6 Allen, Nugent &o--6 Leb. man, Abraham &oo-4 Obafle, Hamilton & Powell-3 I M Hogan &co-3 Valden, Hawkins & Roberts 3 Riohard Flower &co-3 Moses Clark-3 Stewart Bros &co-9 Gardner & Copp-2 Frankenbueh & Borland IT AG lesson-1 W A Peale-I Keiffer & Gardner 1 H Allison Aoo-I Bleklam & Moore-1508 sacks of cotton seed N O Cotton Seed Association--00 sacks ootton seed meal Geo Heck-89S bbls oil to Beadles, Wood &co-6b do T L Airey &oo-100 Union Oil CO 193 bbls cowpeas E Adler--4tdo S B Newman koo 39 C W Ncwton-8- Zuberbier & Behan-sundries to order-Total 561 bales cotton 1508 sacks cotton seed 200 sacks cotton seed meal 257 bbls oil 588 bbls cow. peas SHREVEPORT-Per steamer Silver City - 457 bales cotton to order of Blake Bros &o--67 do to R M Walmsley &co--161 do N 0 & RIt T Co--90 do Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell--9 Meyer. Weis &oo--87 to order of L Levi--83 to Jno Phelps &o--59 to Jno Chaffe & Sons-44 Kirkpatrick &co-i4 8 W Raw. lin-37 G W Sentell oo--31 Moore & Coleman-st S Gumbel-15 J P Harrison ir &co-15 T L Alrey A co--11 Allen, Nugent &co-8 to Britton & Mayson-7 Richardson & May-7 Sims, Foster & Ivy-6 to Lob man. Abraham &oo-4 Jno T Hardle &oo-4 Schmidt A Ziegler-3 Keiffer & Gardner-9 E H Wilson &co - H Allison &co-- Ha O Newman - A Sohlenker &oo-l to Hammonds, Gaddis &co-sundries to order -Total 1559 bales cotton CAMDEN-Per steamer John H Bann--59 bales cotton to J L Harris &co--5 do Hirach, Adler co-I16 Jurey & Gillis-14 to Jno Phelps &co-14 to H Allisen &ko-19 W B Thompson Aco--11 Forstell A Jumonville-ll H A O Newman--8 Richardson & May-3 Allen, Nugent •oo-S to Hy Plauohe oo-2 Nalle A Cammack-1 Britton & Mayson-4i00 pee of staves to order-4511 do Bobet Bros-2900 do HA O Newman-sundries to order-Total 907 bales cotton 10,911 pcs staves BAYOU SARA-Per steamer E 3 Gay--3 bales cotton to A Schlenker &oo-7 do Meyer, Weis &oo 2 J L Harris &co-1 H & 0 Newman--I bhbls molae see to Bush & Levert-ti bales moss 1 bales hides to :E Odell--8 sacks wool E Adler-9 do T D Schloss & B-ro-i John P Richardson--sundries to ordes-Totao 42 bales cotton 12 bbls molasses BAYOU GOULA-Per steamer Whisver-50 hhds sugar to E M Scott-.l bbls molasses Richard Mulli ken-17 do to John T Moore &oo-sundries to order -Total 50 hhds sugar 38 bbls molasses LOWER COAST-Per steamer lsabel-59 sacks rice to H Allison &o-31 bales moss G H Wright 3 do E Odell-sundries to order 81 LOUIS-Per steamer A J Baker and tow 7,.000 bushels corn in bulk to Gordon A Gomila UPPER COAtT-Per steamer Fair Play Sundries to order aeellpts by AIrUllrea . NEW OBLEANS AND MOBILE BAILBOAD. April 4-150 bales eotton to A Classon &oo-100 do to order--ll pkgs mdse Stauffer, Macready &co-40 pkgs paper M McGraw-36 cas wine E J Hart &co I0s do sb bbls wine A Codillon-55 do Smith Bros &oo 60 bbls oil II armbruster-120 bbls lime S Jamison 44 bbles rosin J P Gray--0 bbls whisky J H Land reth-S9 pkgs harowa e Rice, Born &oo--uo5 pkgs of beer C M Kramer-1 case domestics S L Boyd-185 bdis hides Wm Mehle-5 pkgs earthenware to W C Shepard &co-2 pkgs hardware M L Navra-2 do to (0 Corral &co-snndries to order-Total 250 bales of ootton Memeranda. The schr Chas Lampoon has been sold at Province. town to St Johns part es for $1000. Queenstown, March 19-The Norwegian bark Jer. naoe, from New Ozleans, which put into Crookhaven with damage, has been towed round here by a local tug. London, March 31-The Br ship The Craigs. for Greenock from Pensacola, which was abandoned on February 29, and was unbsequently fallen in with by the Br steamship Teutonia. Capt. Gibson, from New Orleans for Liverpool, which put twelve men aboard the vessel. reached port to-day in charge of the Ten. tonia's prize crew. AMERIOAN PORTS. New York, April 3-Sailed for New Orleans. steamships Algiers, Hawthorne, and Hudson, Free man. IORBIGN PORTS. [By Cable to the N. Y. Herald.] Liverpool. March 31-Arrived from New Orleans, Br bark Empire of Peace, King. Arrived from Gal. veoton, Br ship Astracana, James. Hambure, March 31-Sailed for New Orleans, B? steamship Topaze, Co field. Antworp March 31-Arrived from New Orleans, Br steamship Rempor. Osborne. Gibraltar, March 95-Arrived from New Orleans, Ital bark Noe, Capoello. Bremen, March 30-Sailed for Pensacola, Ger bark Von der Heydt, Miohaelis. [By Mail.] Queenatown, March 18-Sailed, Br bark Leader, Part idge, from New Orleans for Dover. Bayonne. March 14-Arrived from New Orleans, Ade ina, Bertrand. Naples, March 17-Arrived from New Orleans, Br steamship Streonehalh, Foitune. Havre. March 18-Sailed for New Orleans. bark Screamer. C',nsine. Mauritins, Jan 29-Arrived from Pensacola, LCK, Theobald, and sailed Feb 1 for Reunion. SPOKEN. March 15. half way between Bardsey and Tuskar, Ger ship D:amant, Lankeman, from Liverpool for New Orleans. March 11, lat 98. Ion 20. Sw ship Odin, Neilson, from Ipswich for New Orleare. March 9, let 33. Ion 32. Per ship Constantia, Knehl. ken, from Liverpool for New Orleans. NOTICE TO MARINERS. The spindle and cage from the Great Fawn Bar beacon. Boston harbor, have been carried away. Will be replaced as soon as possible. Wasbingtoa, March 31, 1880. Notice is given by the Light.honue Board that on or about April I., 1880. Lightship No 37, now on the Winter Shoal light station, coast ot Virginia, will be withdrawn for repairs. Releif Lightship No 24 will temporarily occupy the station. This vessel is painted red, with the word "Releif" in large white letters on each side and the number "24" en the stern. Hoop iron care day marks, painted rent, are at each masthead. The light to be exhioited will be the same as that shown from No 37. LAUNCHED. At Bath March 27, from the yard of Goss, Pack ard A& awyer. a fine schooner of 274.91 tons, called the B Frank Nea ley. At Newburyport March 29. the steamer City of Baverbill, from the yard of J T Fillmore. Nt. SCHWARTZ & BRO., 149 TO 169 MAGAZINE STREET, AGENTS FOR DEA'S YATENT STEA YII' The attenton of the publie Is partlaelarly sailed to the GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I Tirs rAoD Is posselble apon sa ont Of the decred e In the Bst Of labor and material, not Li nlwnotualit of either $otltbtanr te previously acknowledged SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANE PUMP, It has been the constant endeavor of the manafaeturer to render it still more worthy of the favor with whlah it has been received, by such IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL An wwI simplifyr strengthen and perfect It for the many es to whoih It ts annlled. auil The Most Perfect Steam Pump Made. Each PVMP Is subjected to a rigorous test before leaving the manufactory, and every Pump Is guarantect. We obligate ourselves to refund the purchase money in ase any PumD should fall to ter. form the wor for whlich we warrnt t. We have constantlr on hand a large and complete assortment of PUMPS FOB VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOILBIRR KELLY STEEL BARB WIRI. STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. the Inven on manufacture and use of BABBED WI' E dawned a NEW EBR IN FEED. Iaw. Previousy all fences of wire or wood had to be made of sumolent strength to resist the brute force of the animal to be restrained and It depended oon tas strength and activity of the animal as to whether the fence oould e broken down or scaled; hence, fencing had become very oolt. and. in many oases, almost im eesible to be obtained. thus maklng a great drawback to the settlement of some of e nest ortons of our Conatnent. THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CHEAPNESS With which BABBED WIBE can be transported, the small amount of time and labor Beaus.. to put it up. its wonderful effiociency as a ene. and its omarative ohea e. made for it a most wonderful and remar kble suooees. The amount of have been unprecedented, and though little was heard of t four years all the States and Territories of the Laited mates. We are Prepared to Execute All Orders, Small or Large, Promptly sar at TY. Low Prices. FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTORS. The special attention of manufacturers, mill owners, and other parties using ea.eg to the great eoonomy of empleying Injectors as a means of supplyina water to steam .os, In most oases these Injectors may take the place of Steam Pumps to gre advat even where the latter have been set up and are now in use, it would be a matter of eoonom.i appDl one of the former also to your boller, for the following. among manr other remaorn sau pertinent, that might be given: The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Out of Order, others frequently. In which asse much valuable time is lost while making repalrsa. such circumstancee. is a comparatively Inexpensive machine, always in order and y at a moment's notice to take the place of the disabled Pump and allow the wor to n as inaunusual had occurred. Then again itmae bosed to great sdsntage intre a durtag 1tgLrhftim. soe o be a ood oad41o to get en a iI head of a the mnstau. cag l. lkte oy'ersous sou a Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boilers. The Steam employed in working the Injector ls returned to the Boller with the heed thereby ralsin. its temperature, and preventing the unequal expansion so disastrous to Plates. caused br umpina in water at a low temperature. The Feed Water enters the Boiler througnah the Injector In a contlnu0u stream, whIb. a great advantage over the unavoidable Intermittent supply produced by all kinds or DmpsDL These Injecators are warranted to work with the most perfect regularlt, and when prOue, appDlied. acoording to the instruotions rgiven, guaranteed to work to the fullest oent capaoity, as laid down In our table. Thery will also, if desired. be sent on trial to responsible parties for thirty days: to be oepted if found to work as represented, otherwise to be returned tree of exease s Jesei transportation. DEALEIS IN i)JUSON AND ALLEN GOVERNORS, Shapley & Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. BTEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BELI& Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Boiler Iroa., WH=EI]TE LEAD, ahu e amd Carrsiae Bolts. Packers' Bachets uts. ashers and Nails, Hand Bolt dutters .teel Blacksmith Tools of all description lise an lowers Piles. Sand and Emory Paper Emoryl1otb Spencer Flue Bruhs ugear-House and Bsliroad lampa and tan. 1'ortableor... Putnam's Polished and Pointed Horse Shoe BlIale and Deoable Trees. Nails. Chains and Anchors. Worcester Belf-feeding pright Drills. hevolvin n , I Piia.. SOon' and Boler Bivets. MOR15SI TASHKER & CO Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe, STEAK AND GAS PIPE FITT'I'INGS, Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of all Klnds. Bras and Iron lobe and Anrle Valves: Braes and Iron lull 0 Val alves; Bras Sad ] i Bawyet s abeeBres and Iron Horfzontal and Vertical thee alves;e an4 eIr Steam and Vacuum Gamuees Bteam and Bervice Cooks: Brace. Air. Clinder and gauae Cooks: Brass Gongnse, HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, Nor eournal Bozes. Engines. Bhba for Blow and last Motion. we elaim will sas u rEZn (JINT over the use of oil. NATHAN & DREYFUS' ITDIOSTATIC AID SlF-ACTII' LIUICATORS AI OIJlS -AOHINIT AND BLACKBMITH TOOLI OF ALL KIND SHOVE.S AND b ADN Anvils. Vise. and Bellows; Dirt. Garden and Iron wheelbarrows; ubber I.,s Bellin and Pacie n of all kinds; . ew .and eoond-Hand Portable and Stationer Enninee. Boilers. Shaftin and Pullers, alaiA@A LA4 HILL sUn PL s oor AO Ir, aNmD. Estimates for New Boilers Furnished on Appl . o'tion g g n gsave a Ime Perentae b mils ao s Mo a:elor MO. sCIWA.1'Tz &e ano., 10 to 166 XAGAEERU STREET.