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IVYEB N4EWtI.
.oflIOI NEW OBLBANB DIIMOODAT.
Tuesday, April e. teo. I
Arrivae.
lee marine column,
nepartures.
tabel. Belle. Whisper, Fair Play. E. J. (lay.
ertale of tae Ilvers.
jOll telttr[Ahlo report of the st.e of water
reun eipts, with changes. na the honrs
as yesIordar at p. m.
Above low Obange.
Stations. water.
Feet, Inch. Feet. lnoh.
r .88 H hj a
..n..t............... 27 c 1tI
lsvle.............".. 1o 9 to 1
.jhls.......... .....* 81 7 J I 11
hvlile .... ........... 11 I 0 'I I
ow Orleans ........... 1 H 1n 7
ur ....... ....... 7 11
- eport............ " Ii I 8
ouis ................. 1 3 t
ksburx.r ... .. . 43 I 43 1
tow high water mark of 1574. iAbovt
oh-h-mark. tIndicates rise. tIndloatee fall.
it usually is on Mondayv. tialness was
or dull on the landing y.sterday. The
ere were out as advertised, but as they
not allowed to parade the levee there was
tof 28 cent labor offrlow and noboiy
The course of Mayor Patton met with
oral approval, as there Is not a doubt but
it prevented serious trouble.
e A. J. Baaer, with three barges, left yes
o'Future City and barges of the M. V. T.
mpany. W. W. A. Goll in command, arrived yes
rday from St. Louls and will return to-day at
he City of Augusta arrived yesterday after
on from the 4tchafalaya with a fuli loa t, and
l return to day, connecting with the Delia
i for Bayou des Olaiaes.
Up to this writing the latest news from the
ia Louise was by the Olly of Augusta. She
been raised, but both her and the Salvor
still in old river when she passed down
day at dark. Both will doubtless be here
day. Dave Harkins. of the Fanchon, which
aued down nl the morning. says the hole
adeby the snag was large enough to out an
ir.nary sisd clstern in.
The Kount Line steamer E. O. Stanard.
pt. Cuass H. Seaman, is telegraph-d to ar
teto-nighabt from St. Louis, and to return
rstlar.
Te St. John was advertised in yesterday's
avers to leave to-day for the Bayou Tectin.
no111 will not leave before the last of the week, if
_ 1.
.e J. M. White will arrive to leave Thursday
-. sual for Oreenville.
he Ftnch,,n leaves for the Opelouseas to-day.
The Wmn. ? ean leaves Thursday for Iavou
artholomew, the John It. lanuna S4ttl! day for
mde, and the St. Mary tSaturday for Tenses.
he John D. Scully was brought to the land
ag esterday morning, and will leave to-mer.
W at r p. m. for Minden direct. OCat. George
ilkinson in command, Wm. Dillon and Tom
gdon clerks.
regeular triweeokly lower coast packet
Iarvine. J. A. Bult master, E. M. Valletta
k. leavues t,--day at 11 a. m. for Orange Farm.
Be Rnse Macready, In plane of the De Smet.
rank Uttendorfer master. 8, T. Uo dwyn clerk
Ve to-day at 11 a. m. for the upper coast and
aldsonville.
e semi.weekly coast and Lafourche packet
unDtion. P. A. Charlet master, E. Nicolle
erk, leaves to-day as usual at a p. m.
The United States mail packet tohbert E. Lee,
ot. Win. Campbell, T. J. Howard and Will
bno clerks, leaves to-day at a p. m. lor
igqsburg and way landings.
Tfe regular weekly undependent Atchafalaya
vor packet City of Augusta. Win. Ora 'ford
to. , A. Meynler, Sr.. and Capt. J. Ig Brou
erks. leaves to-day at a p. m. for Washing.
bh favorite Oluding Star, W. B. Miller mas
John 8. Jones alerk, leaves to-day at a
. thout fall for Cincinnati. The Mitchell I
foll w the Guiding Star Thursday and the I
len Rule Saturday.
e .Anchr Ltue stsamer -Belle -f Shrove
o.rJas. Coghill master, W. X. FiluzOrald
, leaves to-day at 8a . i. sure for St. Louis,
will be followed Thursday by the W. P. i
Iidsy, and Saturday by the C it of Alton.
The ohn W. Cannon. J.O. lbano mastar. i
Vves to-morrowat a p. m., as usual, for Bayou
e N. 0. and I. R. T. Company's steamer I
Or ty. M. N. Wood master Wm. (Juloksaell
or leaves to-morrow for Shrevdourt at a p.
Lxe~mang Cuppinge.
! St. Louis Post Dispatch. April 8:
tpst John B. Davis is at Barnum's Hotel.
e lakes the Imperial and two barges bulk
to Cairothe noming week for the Jolie,
b her way from New Orleans with eight
for this point. The barges are reload
e for a return trip, taking in addition two
ro.
ite a number of round-trio passengers are
tmg to our Touthern-bound steamers. The
ere in the trade are first-class. having
. commodious cabins good attention, and
p fare. The Cty of Alton, James Howard,
monwealth. John A. 8cudder, Annie P.
r. W. P. Halllday. 8hreveport and Charles
SUhouteau uomprise the line, one of which
be found at Sit. Louis and New Orleans
ti.es per week, leavipg for either point
eada s. Thursdays au4 Saturdays. A more
htl trio for -the pleasure-seeker or in
Scannot be found in this country.
Mtisvall., April 2t-Capt. Josiah Reider
mmonly known as "Old Joe Heider " died
terday In Jeffersonville, of typhohi oneu
on{ aged seventy-three years. Capt. RIleter
born in Virginia In oslm and came to In
ana in 114. He moved to Jeffersonville in
,and commenced his career on the river.
served in every ca acity, from deck-hand
oabtain. Many years he was engaged in falls
aloting. For several years past he was wharf
er at Jesfersonville.
Y3rk Graphic:
e aive to-day an Illustration of a novel
eamboat pow building at Nyack. under the
periptendence of Mr. William Voorhis, of
at pscs, formerly Commodore of the New
ork Yacht Club. The new boat Is to be in the
of a catamaran, and it is expected she
exceedIn speed any ever constructed. tShe
havea duble hull, 200 feet in length while.
a whole she will have 2r [eet beam. Her on
. will be of a patern suited to the
r of the graft, and turn a
wheel-to be placed between the parts of
ble hull-of a feet in diameter, at the
f*n revolutions per minute. It shouldbe
cted that her hull, or rather hulls, are to
ron each of 5 feet 6 inches In diameter
S arhaped. Of course it will be under
that she will have no cabins below the
l as in the ordinary steamboat. On no.
an.te a peculiar boiler Mr. Voorhls expects
be ale, with perfect safety, to carry 125
unds of steam to the square nloch, whereas
common boats rarely exceed from thirty to
B-ive Dunds. Great speed is expected to
from the following considerations: From
eanth and narrowness of the enlnte cylin
rs,glving great speed to the machinery, and
the shallow draft of water, the draft
i os being less than : feet and
ally diminishlng to nothing fore and aft.
roportiou to her displacement no other
has one-third the power this novel steamer
possess. It is intended to use her as a
nger boat, and her carrying oapacity will
seventy-three tons,tor about 1oe vassengers.
e will have four bulkbheds, comlrising five
-tight compartments, which will be placed
t a art, and the deck over her centre
S12 feet long, Including a saloon of the
lenthand as wide as the vesoel itself. In
Mr Voorhis's new nauti,'d venture turns
to be the great success which he antolvpates,
so-catled fast boats of the day will have to
reon their records and make way for the
era in steamboating on the historic Hud
Speelal Telegrams.
ais, April a -The Will Kyle leaves here
y loaded. Will arrive to leave New Or
Tuesday. April 13
LEW KATES. Master.
Louts. Aprtl 5.-The tonnage North is
y inefficient to take advantage of. Good
. The Raven arrived and leaves early
orrow with four barges and tI o000 tons of
Arrived: Annie P Bilver. Gilmore. COm
Wealth and Vicksburg. Leaving: Common
th, Vicksburg and Gilmore to morrow;
ruesday.
no, April 5.-The Grand Lake cleared with
barges of fretight for New Orleans and two
of ice for Memphls at 1:31 this afternoon.
Ohouteau is here filling out. The Joe.
lame passed down last night with on.oo00
els of coal. The Mary Houston passed up.
DabY, Miss., April 5.-Weather clear and
ut. River stationary. Down: Golden
at 1 . min., City of Alton at 1iv. m and Dip
and barges at a p. m. Up: Natchez at 6:30
. and Jae. Howard at 7 a. m.
General Telegrams.
rHsI April 4. Noon.-The river is falling.
ved: Belle of Memphis from St. louis.
rted: C. K Peck for St. Lolnt. John A.
der and Will Kyle for New Orleans. The
er is clear and warm.
xRo. April 5.-Weather clear and warm,
ometer 82. The river has risen 1 inch.
up: Henry C. Ya-ger last nitht. James
at 1 V. m. Down: John Dilpold and
at t a. in.. J. M. White at 5 p. m.. Golden
at , O. m. Bund-y. Mollie Moore at 10to last
EB O. Btanard at 8 i-st night. Arrived:
[ Helena atea m.. Ntchsp at a p im.
aT April 5 -Weather clear and
arm. he river fell one inth during the
t ht hours, and is now 91 feet 11
oa the gaue. Arraed; Laura Lee on
Sunday from New Orleans. erank Willard to
day from Minden. Departed: 1irank Willard
for Morning 8vprt.
COtiwINNAT April 8.-liver ir feet a Inches
and rlhlng. Weather clear and warm.
PIresaaao. April 5.-Rivor 7 feet a inches and
rtiinr. Went her .lrand pleasant.
OAIno, April 5.-River 9s feet a Ilbhes and
falling Weather clear and warm, Arrived:
City of Greenville from t. Loul. J. J. . WIl
llams from the Ohio river. Orand Lake from
Rt. L,ouls. Mary Houston from Now Orleans.
O. P. Choutnau from Ht. Loules Departed:
Williams fnr New Orleans. (troenvllle for
Vleksa.lrg, Grand fake for New Orleans, Mary
Houston for incluau I.
I,oumtivilra,. April a -River to font :' Inches
and risling. Weotllhr i-lear iund warm.
EVANRVIIEL. April s.-River 24 feet 6a nches
and falling. Weather clear and warm. Down:
Golden Crown from Olnulnnati to New Or
leani.
rT. Louis. April h.-River la feet and station
ary. Weather clnar and warm. Arrived: Co.m
mlonwealtlh fromn New Orleans. tlly of Vlok,
hburg from Vlikahlrr, Lily and Hllver from
New Orleans. l)epartod: John Means and
bargai for Now Orlmans,
NA~'rncz, April a.-To O. L. BrAnnan, Agent,
110 (Iravier street: The stemtl r E. 0. Htanard
will arrive TIueday night. and leave for Bt.
Louis Thursday. April . at 5a . m
0. H. BEAMAN. Maotrr,
NATOUHRz. April .--To, J. T. Bnrdeau, 1.5 Gra
vier street: Golden Rule will arrive Tuesday
a. mi. 0. P. BBINKLE, Master.
FROM T'I'H PAUIIeI.
PORT EAnI. April 6, Noon.-Wind southwest
and light.
Arrived: Steamship Wanderer. TLitoh master.
at 12:15 a. m., from Bellie. Honduras. to Ma
ohneos Bros.
British steamhlip Amaryllis. Blogburn maqe
ter. at 11:15 a. m.. from New York. to A. K. Mil
ler & Co.
iSpanish bark Titn. Borotan master, from
Havana, to (. Oorral & Co.
No departures.
e p. m.-Wind southwest and IIght.
Arrived: British bark Bt. Parrlu. Heegstra
master. from Now York. to master.
No departures.
MOVEMENT4 OF OCRAN VERNELS.
Nw YonRK, April n.-Arrived: Beatrice, Vi
king. (oIrmania. Mosel. Barcelona, Hudworth,.
haven Hi1. Isaac Bell. Arrived out: Annie
Mood, Vred,. Sttphonie. Andrea, Lino, Mars,
Pr~inces. Alexandre, Hope. Bhea Conrad, Ret
berg. lltzlahurst. Helen tauds, Warrior, Pan
lus. lltla, Clementla, John P. Best. Humnatra.
LONDON. April a --The steamer F. W. Harris.
Capt. tthlndrake, which arrived at Antwerp
from New Orleans. lost two of her boats.
NEw Yollm. April 5.-Arrived: City of Atlanta
fromn (harleston.
IIAvR,. April a.--Arrived: On the first Instant
Shlp nohbester from New Orleans.
AnTERYvTWITH. April n --Arrived: On the first.
Bark Welllngton. from IDtrln.
LoNDN,. April t.-Arrived: On the third.
Bark Era from Pensacola.
4asENoox. April a.-Arrived: Bark Maxwnll
from Penrstacola.
IOTrryaoAM. April r.-Arrived: Bark Michael
from Wilmington.
QRENmsrowN. April e.-Arrived: Bark Min
dtira from Pensaoola.
MARVroRT. April a.-Arrived: Brig Congress
from Darien.
LoNDoN. April 5.-Arrived: Bark Frarsund
from Darien.
QUNssRTowN. April 6.-Arrived: Brig Marie
Louise from Fernundina.
LivanvooL. ApuII 4.-Arrived: Barks P. C
Merriman from Norfolk. Rosa from Pensacola.
UNtTra Ktronoo. April a.-Arrived: On the
fourth. B irk Win. A. Wright from Brun-wick.
LIVEarOL,April 5.-Arrived: On the fourth.
Barks Homone from Galveston. Shallossa
romn Pensacola.
VINE.AID IHAVN,. Mass., Anril , -Arrivnd:
Schooner John A. Beckerman from Rlohmond,
Walter L. Blch from Virginia, Nettle Langdon
from Brunswick, Ga.. E. Knight from Wilming
ton. N. C.
Naw Yoax. April a.- Arrived: Schoners Linda
frnm Mo.Bie, W J. Pnark from CedAr Kes.
Pla.. Addle E. Snow from Wilmington. Aguns I.
Grace and Wapella from Charleeton and Five
Brothert from Savannnh.
BEnMUDA, March so.--The bark Bengal. of
Boston. nineteen days out from New Orleans.
with a cargo of cotton, bonnd to Antwerp, was
spoken off these islands on the twenty-third
instant. All well.
LIv.ERooL, April a.-Arrived: On the fourth.
ship Eastern Bille from New Orleans.
BAVRn. April 5.-Arrived: On the second,
shivs Hiotanooga and Louise from New Or.
leans.
ROUEN, April s.-Arrived: On the second,
harks Conte GOza Bzapary and Eliza Everltt
frnm New Orleans.
Nuw YoaU. April 5.-Arrived: Steamer
Graf Bismarok. Arrived out: Steamers Ameri
ca, Bavarian. Henry Edre. Remux. Bhinwidda.
Riilto.
OaNOA. April 5.-Arrived March 9s: Brig
Minerva from Galveston.
MARINE NEWS.
0110Io NEW OBLIANB DMOOBAT.
April 6, 130. I
lesaret YTstrday.
Nor ship Guldregn, Knudsen, for Bremen
H Oettli .oo
Bhip France, Boergee, for HaRre
IHenry Hyman
Nor bark Guster Adolf, Hansen, for Liverpool
Robt Oerlein
Bark Albert Shullz, Leppert, for Paessage. Spaln
Joseph Kelley
Br bark Carrie Delap, Porter, for Havrr-
Hall & Vaughan
e w barkentine Veritas, Myer. for Glijn, Spain
Robt Oerleln
Arrivetsd.
Steambhip Wanderer, Leitel - days from Belise,
Hlon. to Maoheca Bros-2d die
Brateamehip Amaryl'ls, Blaghorn, 11 days from
New York, to A K Miller &oo-4th die
Br bark Kate, Nick.rson, 61 days from Bordeaux,
in hallast, to Norton & Bell-let die
Sp bark Tits, Borotan, from Havana, to G Corral &
oo-Point
Bohr Clara L D eor. MoLearn, from Port Antonio, to
J P Macheca-Pio Tier
Schr Annie Chase, -- , from Tampa, to master
New Itasin
IITUAMBOAT5.
W P Halliday. Gould, from St Louis
Fanchon. Broad. from Washington
Rt Mary, Sullivan, from Floyd
Future City. Goll. from St Louis, with 5 barges
Rene Macready. Ottendorfer, from Donaldeonville
Stama Irvine. Rise, from Lower tJkas
Belle, Blanohard, from Bayon Latourobe
City of Angusta, Crawford, from Wa.nington
Martha. Bassett. from Lower Coast
Heroine. Miller. from Covington-New Basin
John C Gault. ---, from 'langipahon-New Basin
sleow-ltemtlae ip.
Nor bark Passat, Pedorsen. 44 days from Barcelona,
to mastor
Expsorts.
II AVRE-Per ship France-3583 bales cotton 39
1-N pipes brandy 3000 poe staves (long count) 1 box
mdse
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Gustav Adolf-1590 bales
notton 1513 ewaks oiloake 3600 poe staves
GITiUN, SPAIN-Per barken ine Verites-11.667
bushels corn in bulk 495 sacks corn (1916 bushels)
PASSAGS,. SPAIN--Por Iars Albert Schultz
98,,04 95 56S bushels corn in bulk 160 seacks coin (408
5 ti hlbnhelt)
BREM EN-Per ship Guldregn-3I60 bales ootton
50 280.019 tone cotton seed oi'cake meal 95M0 poe of
etaves
il A-VRE-Per bark Carrie Delap-61,000 bushels
wheat in bulk
Imaports.
HAVANA VIA KEY WEST-Per steamshlo
Morgan-From Hlavan, 505 hhds sngar to Agar &
Lelong-1 box sugar E Campos. From Key West,
liil crate tonmatoes S K Rua
I'ALERMO AND MESSINA-Per steamship Co
ronl l--From Palermo, 100 bxs mac:'aroni 6417 bra
lemons 3197 his oranges to A Cusimano-84 do 9Pi
hsxe lemons M Maver--O do 4 bxe oranges G Grande
131 do .98 bxe lemons to erder--':18 do B La Mandle
330 do 76 bhis oranges Laurence, Giles &co--s0 do
310 bxs lemons L Randazzo- 05 do .' cases wine 9
ca cs cheese V Lo BeSoca. From Measina. 3930 bra
lemons 4010 bsr orange- to order
BRLIZE, RON,. LIVINGSTON PUERTO COR
TEZ AND UTILLA-Per steamship Wanderer
$1'00 in specie I pkge coffee samples Smith Bros &co
6 mahogany logs 8 hides Wm Mehle-77 bbls sugar
Jno Chaffe & hons-90,000 coooanuts 20,1 pineapples.
3800 bunches bananas 3 bbls mangoes ,5,000 plan
taine I . bbls limes 9 mahogany logs 357 hides 69
sacks coffee I bol cocoanut, i bale deer skins I bdl
do 2 hbas rubber 3 casks do 4 cases do 31 bales ear.
eaparilla to Macheo Bros
CEDAR KEYS-Per steamship Lizzie Henderson
920 bunches fish to Bartholomew, Tallon &co-3 bble
do Fi isade-- toe do J T Pettigrew-9 caLks do Fa.
ban & Hayem--undries to order
MON FRGO-Per echr Ebenezer--tt.0I0 ooooannts
1500 bunchesbanan bananas bls ginger to S Oteri & Bro
BONACCA--P.r pobr Susan Scranton-1600 half
bunches bananas 3500 plantaions 18 doe tineapples 3
bbls limes 4001 cocoanuts to C H Schenek
PORT ANTONIO-Per pohr Clara L Dyer-1500
bunch'a bananas 1710 cocoanuts to J P Maoheca
TAMPA-Per eobr Annie Chase-5 bbla grits 10
bbla sugar to Glover & Odendhal-95 do 11 bble syr.
up I box bacon 3 bbls sweet potatoes 1 b.ll bides to
Sohmidt & Ziegler--10 bbls sugar B Post & Son
t1 bble grits M A Rogers coo
8T LOVIS-her stea W P RHali4atr-41 bble
flour 18 sks oats 10 pg u meat to chwrabscher A
Hirsob-.?5 bbs fl ou Varnni & Mortimer-t95 do to
Harrison & Bettleon-900 Mo(loskey & Henderson
I 995 do 418 packs oats to Wallamo, Flarohild &oo-19
hbls flour Frowenfeld & Pfeifer--s9 do to Gordon &
I (omila--600do 110 bbls cornmeal 40 hble grits 10
tierces hams 988 931 h hf bales hay Glover & Oden
I dabl-300 bbls flour 9000 sacks corn W H Mathews &
Brn-fl73 do .311 bbls pork 150 hf bbls flour to Miller,
(irlgeby &o-2950 bbls pork E K Oonverse-R pkgs
i meat J R Kent &co--0 do to Focheiramr IBron--fil
t er es lard John A Norton-- 5 tierces hamrs C Halle.
jI)--'Nt Rck n rn 345a 0a1ks oats 419 bales hay Pat
ton & BenelIt -730 packe oats Howard &. I lower
410 do Jon West &co--140 M A Rogers &co---7 bhles
hay (bhas Pleraant--~ot bble potatoes O W IDavlson
&oen- I 0 sacks malt P Blatse -174 sacks wheat to
Wehater & D)illiogham--50 hbls bottled beer to
F Hollande'lr-'r bltl bitters Pattlson & BovaRd--5 ht
bbl, wine R Ifllrmansn-6 bbls cornmeal t pkgs m see
Clark & AIender --o no F A Jonen-39 hire. Born &co
4 .1 flastian --i I1' HIrch 1f L tIlmms--unedry intlse
I' E Sarrsain-5- catboys ntre E J hart, &ro-- un.
dry mdee M Hbehwartz & Bro-10 pkgds { done S,toe &
d o Brlancth, Crooke, &co--9 C Johno4en --I Ittr A
J Baker j L Ianamn-.ndry dsee J D Edwards
8I5 keg' natls A Baldwino&co-pundry md.e Hay
dock Bros --1004 Racks ollnake H & B Beer-905 do
T L Airev kno-74- oacks cotton seed I ihdl empty
sacks R H 8 Martin--ll bales ootton Klrkpatrick &
co-O-J do J T Farguson &ce-9 hhds tobaco to Beoa.
dies Wood &co-I de E H Wilson &oo--100 bbls of
cornmeal Meyer, Wets t&c-1048 sacks corn 90 bales
hay 90 hoxes hbann 179 bbis floor 490 bbls cornmeal 14
bbls whisky 1 bhl pork I bhl lard 90 ca-ks beer R7
pkgs mdse to N O & 1 R T Co-905 sacks corn 130
aclks oats 913 bales hay 159 bbls floor 34 bbls corn.
meal 9 tlerces hams I idbl oil 9 casks bacoo In hf do
9 pkgs bacon I tierce lard tO kegs do ii packs bran 8
bbls whisky 4 bble pork and oundry md0(es to Blanks
Line--sundries to order-Total 78 bales ootton and 3
hhds tobaco
WASHINGTON-Per steamer Fanohon--99 hales
cotton to Payne, Kennedy Aco--l3 do 8 Oumbel--2
J W Burbridge &co-90 to order-t1 to Norwood &
RIchards--7 Lehman, Abraham &oo-5 A A Mouton
9 Renshaw, Cammack &co-I J L Harris &oo-1 to
Nalle & Cammack-1 J M Latimer &ko-AI9O hhds of
sugar 13 bbls molasses 10 bblu clstern bo'tom Payne,
Kennedy &ko-5 hhds sugar Renshaw, Cammack &
co-4 do R T Buokner-9 P O Oibert--- A A Mon
ton--75 saoke cotton seed NO G Cotton Seed Assocla.
tion- batle wool 14 hides P Case--15 do E F Gross
4 bales moss 1 sack wool J M Latimer &oo-17 bides
2 sacks wool Meyer Well-- bales hides I tee hides
I bbl hides Is bdls hides 17 hbides O H Magee-7 do
A A Moutono--i head cattle R A Corbln-1 cow and
calf Ayoook, Mitohell &oo--undries to order--Tosl
973 bales cotton 975 acks ootton seed 149 hhds auger
9t hbls molasses
S ' LOITIS- Per steamer Future City and tow
80.000 bushels corn n bulk 00,003 bushels wheat In
bulk to order-90,000 do 15,000 bhshels corn in bulk
iEugster &co-50,000 do ()eo Martin- 00o bbl flour to
Norton & Manlng--930 hf do Miller, Grigsby &oo
900 bbls flour Schmidt & Zeigler-305 sacks corn 530
hales hay Patton & Benediolt-ipg sacks corn Chas
Pletaante-3vo Aacks oats Glover & Odondahl--Ioo
sacks bran Wm Slhindler-100 sacks nmalt to H F
Sturckeon-lO casks bottled beer 9 pkgs Ihardware to
C A Whitney & -o -150 casks bottled beer H t Go
greve-lt t-leroes lard C II Doleen----0 tackns lard 50
cases do John & Norton--I, utoven Rice. Born &co
5 pkg+ harware Stauffer. Macready &co--5415 sacks
oilrake It & B Beer--pndries to order--Total 106 .
000 bushels corn in bulk 80,000 bushels wheat in bulk
54 5 ake.k oilcakte F1b7 packs corn°
WASHINGTON--Per steamer City of Augusta
13f bales cotton to Moye., Wets h ob--117 do Lehman,
Abraham &on-19 Keiffer & Gardner--f N W Raw.
line-5 C A Pbillippi &oo-5 J W R.urbridge &oo-5
I' G hibert-3 'ayne, Kennedy &ot--:3 A a Mouton
'I J (.( Deni--i J M Latimer &oo--I lapp Bros &co
I itHsh & Levert-1030 sacks cotton need N O Cotton
Seed Association--90 do Keifler & Gardner-- to C
I.oulten-38 bbls molasses J W Btrbndge &co-IV
hides Rykoski & Manade-3 sacks wool P Cases-I
do L Dupuis .jr--undries to order-Total 304 bales
oetton :304:1 scuks 00t-no seed ?1 bble molasses
FLOYD-Per steamer St Ma y-43 bales of cotton
to A Soblenker &co--99 do W H Thompson &no-19
Meyer, Weis &co- 18 Jurey & Gillis-5 8 B Newman
&oo-4 Lehman, Abraham &ton-9 H & C Newman
2 J L Harris &on-I 0 W Sentell oo-I I) C Sey
mour-1 W A Peale-131 sacks cotton seed N 0 Cot
ton Seed Aseooiation-31 head stork to order-I bale
hides H H Hansell -8 hides to order-I sack wool to
J M Latimer &oo-sondrles to order- fotal 195 bales
ortono It1l acks cotton seed
BAYOU LAFOUR"IIE-Per steamer Belle- 94
hhds sugar Lehman. Abraham &co-fi do R Beltran
SE M Scott--f bbls molasses Rfihard Mllittken-tt
bales moss C ItSevin-7 do J V Micola-4 L Terre
oonne-uandries to order-Total 39 hi0s sugar 19
bbls molasses
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Martba-70 sacks
rough rice to H Allison &oo--9 sacks peas F Casoen
tre-16 do V Maurice-sundries to order
LOWER OOAST-Per steamer Emma Irvine
10 moake rough rice to A Sooola-so-u ldr to order
DONALDSONVILLE -Per steamer Rene Mac.
ready-Sundries to order
IU"alpt· at theM Nw elats.
COVINOTON-Per steamer Heroine--4 bales of
cotton to nuo T Hardie A co-sundries to order
TA NGIPAH IA-Per steamer Jno C Gault-Logs
to order
Shell Bank-Per Bohr John B Meyers-350 bbls of
Bhellp to order
Pearl River-Per sobhr Wade Hampton--90,000 feet
'umber to J W Adams
Wade.boro-Per pohr Lily 81mms-91,003 shingles
10 cords wood to order
Blind River-Per sohr Joinville-5000 headings
90 O00 staves to order
blind River-Per sohr Clementlne-90,000 staves
to order
Pearl River-Per sohr Lillie Schmidt--45.0O feet
lumber to Phil Orr
Amite River--Per cbhr Corinne--0,000 feet lumber
Mancy & Miroyi
-pringtield-Per schr Laura-35 cords wood to or
der-I coop pigs H T Cottam &oo-9 coops poultry
A Conusley a
Blind River-Per eohr Two Friends-50 ords wood
to order
Little Woods-Per sloop No Name-40 bbls shelle
to order
*.e ipts at the 01 W asln.
Tohefunota River-Per sehr V M Fauria-45 cords
wood 10 ono feet lumber 5000 broomsticks to order
Pearl River--Per schr Try Again-100,e00 laths to
L Roca
Pascagoulc-Per bohr New Star-l200 bsl charooal
to order
Blind River-Per eshr Sidonla-18,000 poe staves
to order
Blind River-Per sohr Tres Hermanse-35 cords of
wood to order
Blind River-Per achr Rosa-30 colrs wood to H
Levy
Blind River-Per schr Morning Light-30 cords of
wood to order
Blind River-Per schr Venus No 2-25 cords wood
to order
Blind River-Per schr Moneta-40 cords wood to
order
Blj.d River-Per schr Surprise No 2-28 cords of
wood to order
Tickfaw-Per echr Ad Farragut-15 cords wood to
order
Re llplM byr Rauroads.
NEW OBLEAN8 AND MOBILE BAILBOAD.
April 5--i car eattle to Mabon & Wilson-I car of
lumber to H Othis-41 bbls resin 5 bbls turpentine to
A C Danner &co-4 do 44 bbis rosin Simpson & Tri.
con-49 bbis wine L Blook-180 pkge beer Geo Ya.
lets-5 bales cotton T L Airey &oo-vfi do to Allen,
West & Bush-3 Gardner & Copp.-10 J L Harris &co
sundries to order-Total 44 bales cotton
MORBAN'S LOUIBIANA AND TEXAB BAIL.
BOAD AND STEAMBHIP 00.
April 5--1 bale cotton to J W Burbridge &co-1 do
A A Mouton 7 dry bides 8 sacks wool 29 pkgs eggs
to L Lacassagne--8 do 7 dry hides 2 sacks wool to
R Beer--3 bdl green hides a9 pkges eggs 1 sack wool
I sack peas L Terrebonne-3 ibhl sugar 4 pkgs eggs
Berkson Bros-2 do Moffat & .laeger-41 J G Spur
II do 9 dry hides Rykoski & Manade -1 pkgs eggs to
L Surle &co--9 bales mno. I bale wool E Odell-- do
A Babin-f- hides W II Merkel-- seacks peas to J A
Bourg-4 pkgs eggs E Chbaeaignac-'-o head calves
to C Mehle &co sundries to order-Total 2 bales of
ootton
From Clinton-Per steamship St Mary-39 bales
cotton 35 bales hides 11 bales paper stock 340 sacks
bone meal to O A Whitney &.o-- l9 hales cotton to
Jno T Hardie &co-58 do Bickham & Moore-41 J H
Blake &co-15 Jno Phelps &oo-8 Moore & "'oleman
41 head cattle Aycook, Mitchell &co-41 do C Mehle
&co-1t it M Flautt-sundries to order-Total 280
bales cotton
OfIUAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEARN
1IAILBOAD.
April 5-90 car loads. as reuows--192 bales cotton
Blotnam & Moore--lo do to order-61l S Gambel-5-J
Meyer. Wels &o--30 Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell-28
Hyman & Liohtenstein-28 Lehman, Abraham &co
27 Riohardson & May--3 Allen. West & Bnush-20
Jno Phelps &oo--0 Vaiden. Hawkins & Roberts 18
Payne. Kennedy &co-17 S O Thomas &on-17 W B
Thompson &co-1- to Keiffer & Gardner-lI Ham
monds, Goddie &co-13 Stewart Bros &co-9 Allen,
Nugent &oo--9 Warren & Atkinson-l6 S B Newman
&o-4 H & C Newman-- Jno T Hardie &oo-2 to
Jno Ohaffe & Sons-- Beadles, Wood &co-2 Moore
& Coleman-1 H & B Beer-1 to J L Harris &co-1
Kirkpatrick &oo-11-0 bls lime L M G(ex-1 box of
mdse S Alexander-I soda fount T S Waterman-1
box slates F M Norman-lot plunder Wm Matthews
I box soap A Clurg-15 oases canned goods C B Ri
nan &co-sundry mdse A Piffet-1 bale mdse to P
Smith-5 hhds tobacco E H Wilson &co--B do Kirk.
patriok &co -4 Those Wiltz-l car stock C Mehle &
co-- do bycock, Mitchell &co-2 do I oar material
N O & M R R-5 sewing machine. Eldridge S M Co
1 car olay M J Deady--20 boxes hats F J Qui lan
1 do A Dres-5 M Lion-6 do A J Zang-6 cases shoes
It & N Samory--1 do B Rosenberg-3 M Heineman
5 A Durien--l rolls leather J Keller-30 cases shoes
5 do E Dupre-2 W Ho.an-- 0 orates sewing ma
chine. Am 8 M Co-37 boxes hats 7 show cases to
E Booth-4 boxes bate T Ch-uvisr-3 oases shoes to
B McOuinness-6 pkgs mdse Kats & Barnett-49 do
MW Smith-1 E Vinet-l M J Fase- A Koenig
I box sewing machines D P Perry-- bxs wagons to
Levy Bros-t do B Sembre-1 organ to J Hart-40
boxes obese F A Joues-0 boxes mdse MoGraw
'do Woodward & Wright-1 V Blir-tl Thou Simm
A Levy-1 Berkson Bros-4 to Winteoer A Ricks-;
pkges glasware Stratton & Meyer-185 pkgs beer C
M Kramer-i1 boxes eggs Miller & Meyer-I ease of
oigars Schmidt & Ziegler-9o bbls whisky to B Herr.
mann-5 tierces hams E Conery & Son-9 boxes soap
B Lewis-7 pkgs tobsooo W It lrby--in boxes cheese
6 tubs butter C H Lawrence &co--6 kege Hartwell
& Chamhbers-l00 pkgs mdseJ C Morris-i oar bricks
JR Kent &oo-- oar hav 100 bble flour to Ulover &
Odendshl--19 pkge furniture to Hailey & Rhodes-94
pkgs butter 39 pkge meat to Miller. Grigesy &oo--9
bbls highwines H It (ogreve-75 to Commagere &
Lambert-55 do J THendirson --97 Ible wine coases
do E J Hart, Ano--45 pkge baking uorwder J Nelson
&ro-lO hlis alcohol Blasseetti & Xuanes-10 tieroes of
hams 10 bbls whisky I! T C(ottam &dco-95 bbls beef
Frowenfeld & Pfeifer-40 I pggs butter Smith Bros &
oo-50 pkg~ meat 95 tieroes hems to Schwabacher &
Hirsch--15 tubs bulttr MiCloskey & Henderson--95
caos, cnned goods Ir B Merphy & Son-4 pkge glass
were J Trautman--0 blt Intmber R Luockner & Son
l9 eases matches Vizard &0o-7 tieroes hamls Vose
Bros-49 pkas meet 3:153 poe hulk meat Joe West &
no-li pkgs furniture It M & B J Monngomorv-1 car
bar Iron Rtie. Born &oo-7 pkgs hardware W C She
pard &co-5 pkge mdso 7 condeoners N 0 & O r' T
Co-II3 sacks oilceke I br mdse Anderson & Simp.
son--9 boxes drugs I L Lyons-1 car lumber to J II
Keller-17 pkgs butter J B Solari & Son-- hboxes of
hate A & L Levy-5 Fo Marx Broe-5 boxes mdse
R de Lanzso--I do Stauffer, Maoready &oo--o boxes
drugs G It Finlay &oo-ift pkgs tobacco to Wacker
barth & Joseph- I hbl soda W M Blurrne-I-n9 bags
fertiliser Stone & Tutt--,0 boxes soap T T Whlte
I hhd tobaoco 30 pkgs sundries 1 box picture 8 Hern
sheim & Bro-4 pkgs castings to H HIt Hansell--g
pkgs mdse M Lebe &oo-14 cases mdse J M Gould
& Son-I do H Dreyigl-t4 boxes hats F Ilelden--9
do Simon & Kobn--.i pirgs plows 17 coils rope to
A Baldwin &o-1 hex hbate to ID Mercier & ou--100
bble oil Septollne Oil C(o-- bxs frames J Bastian-10
sewing machines 6 bis fixtures W (Iregg-3 cases of
shirts B 'T Waslhe-4 burial cases 9 buggies to F N
Thayer &oo-lot machinery Oullett ino Mfg Co-do
H Uto)leman & Bro-I ladder A Kolinski-t pkge
J K Renand &oo-t oar iron 199 pkgs tobaoce 150
boxes bitters 5 bbls whisky 90 eases matches and
sundry mdse C A Whitney &oo-sundries to order
-Total 715 bales cotton 59 hbds tobacco
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TEIAMBOATS
olo RI IE.
OINOINNATI AND NEW OQ
leans - Southern Transportatllo
Line-Steamers of this line wi
leave as follows:
SUIDING TAR.........W. B. Miller master
Leaves TUIfDAY. Aptril e. at e p.m.
ROREIW MITCHEII, .. D. Moore. master
Leaves THUIiSDAY. April 3. at 6 p. m.
GOLIDEN RULE . 0. P. Mhinkle masteF
Leaves HATURDAY. April 10. at 5 p.m
For Olucinnatl. Loulsville and Intermedlat,
landings connecting at Olncinnatl with pack
ete for all points above tx PlttAburR.
For freight or paassage aply on board. or to
J. T. BUIDEADU. Agent.
nols tf 185 Gravier street,
. THE STEAMERS OF THE IIOUTH
orn Transportation Line leave New
Orletaus for Oicelnnati and all
points on the Ohio rlver as follows:
THOMA*H MERoIO0K THIURSDAY, April 1
U. P. MCIRENC.... ..ATUIHDAY, April
GUliN TA .........TUESDAY. April
*U4URT MITCHELL TBURSDAY ApDril 8
SLDE RULE......... ATURDAY, April 10
WILL KYLE ............. TUEDAY. April 18
PARIS . BuoWN ...... TIIU1tl DAY. April 1F
GOIURN CRHOWN ....BATUIIDAY, April 17
GOLDEN TlrY..... ... TUIEDAY. April 20
R. R. NPRIN1OR ..... THURBAiAY. April 22
CHARLIS NMOMRU4N... BATURDAY, April 24
NEW MARY HOUStTOn. TUEtIDAY. April 27
J. T. BUIIUEAU Agent,
mhl4 If la5 Gravler street.
0T. LOUIl.a.
BT. LOUIB AND NEW ORLEANSi
ANCHOR LINE.
For St. LeniP and all war landing',
BELLE OF SHREVEPORT .... Cohill master
Leaven TREhDAY_ April A.i 5 p.m
W. P. HALLIDAY ..............Goul d master
Leaves THURSDAY. April s. at I p. m.
CITY OF ALTON................. Bixby master
Leaves e ATURDAY. Arll l, at S6 I m.
, . . THE BOATs OF THIS LIFE PA
particular attention to all war an7
plantation business.
J. B. WOODS. General Agent,
104 onmmon street
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Loaves TUESDAY. April A. at 12 m.
FOR ST. LOUIS, CAIRO (CON.
n0oting with Illinoie Central Rail.
road) and Memphis-The steamer
FUrURIK u;ITY AND BAkISu,
W. A. Goll, master
will leave as above. For freight apply on
board, or to J. A. STEVENnON. Agent.
SOamp street.
Will take freight for the Illinois Central Rail.
road and its connections. ape
EOUNTZ7 LINE.
ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
Leaves THURSDAY. April , at p, m.
FOR ST. LOUIS. dAI O MEM.
Dhls and the Bends -The fine
steamer
E. O. STAlrARD,
0. H. Seaman master. M. N Carpenter clerk.
For further Information aoply to
U. L. BRENNAN. Agent,
ape 110 Ora'vier street.
OPMLOUSAN,
INDEPENDENT OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY. at 5 p. m.
FOB WASHINGTON. OPELOU.
ts e sae, Port Barre. Simmseort, Church.
ville, and all landings on the coast,
Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The
light draft passenger steamer
CITI OF AUIGTiTA,
Wm. Crawford master. A. Meynior. Sr.. clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
GEORGE D. HITE. 141 Gravier street,
LORD & MoPEAKE. 122 Gradver street,
Will give througb bills lading to Bayro Boeuf.
and conncrnts with the Della No. 2 for Bayou des
Glalzes. Freight taken at three-quarter card
rates. mhl9
GRAND IALE.
TRI-WEEKLY UNITED STATES MAIL
PACKET TO GRAND ISLE.
SThe atnamer
T DAVID ORTETTER.
O. B. Burdette master.
Will leave head of Harvey's Canal every
TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY at
10a. m.
Leaves Grand Isleevery MONDAY. WEDNES
DAY and FRIDAY at a i. m.
Fare St S0; meals fifty cents extra. api tf
$OSlElE
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTEpS
Fever ands AS u
The true antidote to the efft-,t of miasma is
Hostatter's8tomach Bitters. bhis medicine is
one of tue most popular remelies of an age of
suceessful vroorletaryspecillo. and is in im
mense iemand wherevr ont this continent
fever and tague exislts. A wlueglass full three
times a day is the best possible preparative for
encountering a malarious atmosphere, regulat
Ing the liver and invigorating the stomach.
For sale by all drugglbts and dealnr gen
erally. aptl m Tu Fr Bu
MALAKOFF BITTERS
BEE1IVED THE ONLY MEDAL
- AT
THE PARIS EXPOSITION
1878.
NO TONIC LIKE IT.
ALPF. WALZ,
Sole 1prietor and Manufacturer.
mh 1 t 26 QONTI BTUrUT.
TE IXA$.
MOBGltBA!. U IIýýSIAA N D TjXAS BAIL
HOUSTO N.
BTEAMERS LEAVE SUNDAY, TPEMDAY
THURSDAT AND SATURDAY.
Passengers take lRailroad Ferryboat, foot of
St. Ann street, at 7 a. in. reaching Morgan Oity
at 17 in., there connecting with steamores plyin
from Morgan Oity, in connection with Morgan e
Louislana and Texas RBallroad.
FOR INDIANOLA AND CORPUB
Christi -tSteamers leaving Morgan
ty on TUESDAYS and HATURDAYS con
ne.t at Galveston with the Norfolk.
Freigabts to be oarrinl via Morgan City or
Misslsslppi river; carrier's option.
SFOR BItAZOS8 ANTIAGO VIA
I Galvwston-The Iron steamer
I. C. HARRIS
W111 sail from Algiers
WEDNESDAY, April 7.
Freight for Brownsville 1 per cent off tariff.
excopt grain, which is at specilal rate.
Through bills lading signed to all points
on the Rouston and Texas Central and Q. H.
and 8, A. B. R. Int. and Great Northern Ball
road. and New drleans and Texas Ballroad.
San Antonio freights received and forwa ded
via Clinton and Gal.. H. and San Antonio Bail
road.
Freights fQr Gonzales, Halletteville. Bancho,
etc. received via Clinton or Ouero.
Lgherage Corpus Christi and Brazos (11
ant) at risk anda exens of consignees.
Fre aht for Mo re atove points received at
the deot of Morgan's Lousan and Tex
Railroad, foot of Lafayette street. daillr atil
l-oketa and stateroome secured until a D. m.
at agent so.toe, or at the ferry landina on
morning of departure.
Through tickets will be issued from thlsoffice
o the prinioal ponts on the Houston. Texas
Greatrl .lrod on rth International and
atNorthern C. Iroad, Texas and Pacile
O. A. WHITNEY & CO. Managers,
ooi tf Corner Magazine and Natcniz ste.
SITi.lBSOATab
MBD RIVER.
Oed River and Texas.
NEW ORLEANS AND RED RIVER TRANS.
POBRTATION OppPANY. AND TEXAS PA
OIFI fAILWAY AND CONNEOTIONS.
Trouah bills ofy d Rinv and through vasten.
te # verctlya s on Bed river and
rallway stations in Texa. The best route to
ot WDNrings. DAY. April 7. . m.
son, no, and all landlngs
on ed River and rallwera stations
In Tas.
FOB SHREVEPORT
Olilver Clty. B, N. Wood master.
Leaves WEDNELDAY. AprIl 7. aI P .L. m,
FOR MINDEN.
John DiF.ully. Oue Wilkinson master.
Leaves WEDNESDAY. April 7. at 5 p. m.
No wharfboat charges, drayge orco mission
will be charged at mouth of Red River, Bayou
ara w or at ew Orleans., In forardhm freigh
consigned tothe compan y rbill of lln
For freght or ge arrly on board the
boat or at the office of the companr No. 4c
.amAo street JOS. A AIKEN. President.
M. W. JOYT4E GEO. D. HITE.
J. E. OARLIN', BRITTON & FPPLER
]04 LORD & MoPEAKE, AgenLts.
WEEKLY BED RIVER PACKET.
Leaves every SATURDAY at a p. m.
FOB GRAND ROOBE. ALEXANI
dra, Egg Bend. Norman's, Barbin's,
Ware's and way landings-The
elegant and new steamer
JmiIu. K DELL,
B, Slnnott master. 0. C. Hamilton clerk,.
Will leave as above, For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
B, W. ADAMS ii (ominerclat1risoe.
P. 8.-No wharfboat oharges or commission,
will be charged at mouth of led river or New
Orleans for forwarding freI.ght consigned to
boat or eenth les
SRESEVILLD, VICqNgougtrm AND DKMDIP
UNITED BSTATEB MAIL PACKET.
Leave every TUESDAY. at p m.
FOR VICKSBURG, NATOHF.,
SDavis's Bend and intermediate land.
IngeThe steamer
ROlBE Oa .ll tT R. LEE.
William Campbell master. T.J. Howard clerk
leaves as above, copnectiag at Vioksburg with
Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo. Sun.
flower. Deer Creek and Tallahatchie.
. P. WOBE. 15 Commercial Place.
C. O. WAYNE 82 Oravier street.
auls OEO. D. HITE. 142 Iraviler street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
FOB VICKmBURO AND GREENVILLE.
Leaves every THURSDAY at e6 . m.
SFOR VICKSBUBG. GREENVILLE
and Bends-The new and magni.
cent passenger steamer
J. M. W9lIT&.
Curt. Horlee master. W. N. Calmes clerk,
conneoting at Vicksburg with Parisot's Line
for all points on Yazoo and Tallahatohle rivers.
Boat reserves the right to pass all landings
that the captain may deem unsafe
0. P. WORK O.G. WAYNE
R. W. ADAMS, BROCKETT & CARTER.
Hull
SATURDAY V1UKSBUIRG UNITED STAITE
MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every .ATUDAY, at a V. m.
Fi.-. ORVICKeBURB. DAVIA' BEND,
Natchez and all intermediate land.
NMas--The wassen or packet
T. P. Leathers. master. J.. Muse cler
onnectlng at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo. Talahtchie and Sunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line f foMemphis Cairo and
St. Loeis. Will give through bills o ladl- t
Monroe and all stations on the Vicksburg,
Shreveport and Pacific Railroad via Delta. La
This boat reserves the right to pass all land.
Ing that the Captain may consider unsafe.
For freight or passage anrly on board, or to
JOHN JANNEY. l0e Common st.
J. E. CARLIN so Common st.
Will sign through bills lad1ln to stations on
the Vicksburg. Shreveport and Pacific Railroad
at same rate as other boats.
BAYOU MACON AND TEBiAL.
TENISAS AND BAYOU MACON BEGULAB
PACKET.
Leaves WEDNESDAY A ril 14, at 5 D. m.
FOR FLOY5, DELHI. WARSAW
Crockett's Point. Egypt, Cut-od,
Westwood, Eureka, Mound Biyd,
Oouter Point and all war landings on Bayou
Macon and Tenses-The fine Dassenger steamer
L. V. Cooley master s hos. Knee clerk.
will leave as above. 'or freight or passago ap
ply on board or to
BIWITTON & EPPLER. 182 Graver st,
deM LORD & MoPEAKE. 122 Gr,.vier street
IUPPER COAST.
PEOPLES' FAVORITE.
BEGULAR UPPER COAST TRI-WEEKLY
PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY at 11 a. m.
FOR DONALDSONVILLE AND
all upper coast landina--The fine
and fast pseAngnr steamer
mENE MACREADY,
(In place of the De Smet)
Frank Ottenoorter master, S. T. toodwyn clerk,
will leave as above, returning down the coast
Sundays. Wednesdays and Fridays in daylight,
For freight or passae apply on board or to
doe7 E J. CO1MEAbUX. 20 Contl street.
WHITE STAB LINE.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
SEMI-WEEKLY UPPER COAST PACKET TO
PLAQUEMINE.
S..THE FINE AND FAST PASSEN
ger steamer
- WHISPER,
J. A. Comstock master Oeo. M. Woods clerk,
Leaves EVEBY MONbAY at S p. m. and FRI
DAY at to a. m. for Plaquemine, returning
down the coast WEDNE$DA SB and SUNDAYS.
For freight or passgaeaepal on oarO, or to
8. BENO 2o Conti street.
A clerk will be found daily at the head of
Blenville street to receive freight. ons tf
LOWER COAInT.
Leaves every TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 11
a. , and SATURDAY at 2P m .i
FOR ORANGE FARM POINTE
-i. a-la- Hache Greenwood Plantation,
Terre aux Beuf. and all plantation
landings-The new, fine and fast steamer
EMMA IRVINE.
J. A. Buiz master. E. M. Vallette clerk.
leaves as above regularly, returning to the city
early in the evening on alternate days. For
freight or passage apply on board, head of CO,.
tl street. aull
FOR SALE-THE STEAMBOAT
RA S IE P. KOUNTZ.
Will sell to good parties on easy
terms, payments to bear interest.
or further partioulars inquire of
h 0. L BBENNAN,
bl tl KouB0tS Line Oloeo. O-avtev stree
UTNAMDOATS.
LAPlIIECIM
IND"EPNDENT D1-EE W OB
Leaves every MONDAY at 6 p. m. and FRIDAT
at lo a m.
FOR WAY LANDINGS ON O0QAT
and Bayou Lafourohe--The A No. 1
Passenger packet
ISBLL gI
Max Bianohard. Master
John Webre and C. J. BlanOhard, Olerks.
will leave as above, returning down the coat
very SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY. In daylight.
For frelight or vanse a.apri onboard o to
V.H. B MBNABD. 9 8t, ]oula st
8. HENO. 20 Contl st.
P. 8. - Goes through to Lockport on the
Thursday trip.
~EMI-WEEKLY OOAHT AND BAYOU LA
FOUROHE.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 6 v.m.. and BATU-.
DAY at to a. m.
lag The Al Daesen er packet
£AMIIJM rTION
P. A. Charlet master.
Edw. Nicolle, and J. W. Laarone, clerks.
will leave as a.ove. reurnla down the oIt
every MONDAY and THUBDAY In gnylht.
For frelght or passage apply on srd or to
105 Decatur, near St. iounis tree,.
P. 5.--Has a clerk on the landing during tie
day, at the head of Bienville street. to receive
freight. nol2 Sm
BATOU CAAI.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU BABA
PACKET
Leaves every WEDNASDAY and SATUBDAY
at p m.
, FOB BAYO. SARA WATERLOO
Hermitage Port Hiokey Bato
Rrouge an Piuem.n
the Saturday trip to .WNew TXae and Ibaonur4
-The faseet and splendid passenler steamer
JOHN W. CIANNON,
John 0. Lib no master. J. H. M.seop olerk.
Clinton and Woodvlle freighte shi ned Wed
needay reach their destination FrIday even.
i inton and Woodville freights shipped Bata.r
da reach their destination Monday evening.
Sor freight or assage apply on board or to
EO D. HRITE 142 Gravier street.
BRIITON & EPPLEB. 182 Gravler street,
LORD & MOPEAKE. 122 Gravler street,
au29 C. 0. WAYNE, 82 OGravier street.
BAYOU BARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET
FOR BAYOU BAlA. WATERLOO
SLU :Hermitage. Port Hudson Lobdel'
-Steamer Store. Baton Rouge and Plaquemine
EDWARD J. SAY,
J. J. Brown master, . S. 8treok olerk.
leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at s D. m.
returning every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAT:
For freight or passa~e applyon board or to
J. . ARLIN -o MaUagine street.
Iv8el .!nfIN .1ANN 5',4. lee (Jlommnn stree
BTEAMSHIPJ .1
WEEKLY LINE FOR FLORIDA AND HA
VANA.
MORGAN LINE U. B. MAIL STEAMSHIBj
g [.an.FOR OEDAR KEYBS KEY WEST
and Havana - The following Iron
steamships will leave Algiers:
MORGAN....... THHRSDAY. April 5. at 8 sam.
CLINTON ......THURSDAY. April 1. at d a.fl
Superior .assenger aecommodations. All
freights will be reOeived at Morgan's Louisiana
and Texas Railroad Depot, foot of Lafayett
street. For frei.ht and assage apply to
(JHA. A. WHITNEY AP ., Managers
jaI Magazine and Natchezsa.ree.
NEnW TORNE.
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA A ND T fp
The following Al iron steamshlsa
from tis line
G .E WJHU IEY. 2SL;IRS
SWTIAISHIP CHALMETTE,
F. Reade master.
Will sail from Alagiers TUBEDAY. Aprl
>ýrbBAROuB TO NEW YORK OPNE-HAL
Freight for the above post received the
pot of mor an's Loulsiana and Tesas Bailroad.
foot of Lafayette street. daily until Up. in.
For freight. apply to
OHA .A. WHITNEY & 00.. a .
aulls orner Natehez and Meirgine streen
THilE UoiWLA1WEI4f J
FOR NEW OURK DIREOiT.
To sail WEDNESDAY. April 7. at 5 a. m.
This iiae isoomposed of the follow.
WOUIBIA.NWA8I m0
The steamsh"ip
NEW ORLEAN.,
F. P. C. HALSEY master.
will leave her wharf from foot of Toulouu
tANGE BY THIS LINE K PEE UUIQM
bnpssege....................
Freight for Liverpool. Bremen and
taken by this line, and through bilii 01 lol
yin l' 41 Oarondelet street,
LIVIIPOOL.
HARRISON LINE,
A-- Tons. Commander
AL CE...........O...... .... IJ George.
AUTHOR........ .1500.. ...... illams.
OHAN.NU.B ........o......O2 . Giey.nold.
CHRYSOLITE ...... lO 1000... Jones,
COGNAC ................00. . .Alken.
COMMANDER.. .1600oo..... Ellis.
COAuDOVA .......1417.... 14 ......W.
COUNSELLORB ....... 90oo0...... W. Tun.
DISCOVEREB ........ ...... B. . Wl iamsoi
EXPLORBER.......... 20olo0......W. Jackon.
HISTORIAN.........o......W. Wl.
INVENTOR. 20..... . ...... John Reynol4h.
LEGISLATOR." ......2150.....T. Burley.
MEDIATOR ..........2010olo......J. Hanney.
ORATOR.........1..842......J Corshli
STATESMAN ........ W8o...... W Hughel
VANGUARD .......... 14........W. G.eL
WARRIOR... .........12......W. Jones.
r The steamship
rISTOBIAN,
Lang, Commander.
will sail on or about Aprll 6. 1e. from hu
wharf. foot of Montegut street.
Will receive cotton and sign throurh billi s
lading for the Continent, between Havre san
Cronstadt.
These steamshlps, being of light draft. wil
cross the bar of the Milsslssippi at all s
without detention.
For freight apply to
LUOCAS . MOOBR.IL
delo 1y 196 Gravier street. up stairs.
BREMEN.
NOBTH GERMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN OND NW p1.
LEABNS VIA HAVBE, BO M.
'ON AND HAVANA,
The steamships of the North fO..
man Lloyd will resume their eglag
rips. as follows:
From Bremen. From N. Orlesas.
Hannover ........ January s2 About Feb.
Hannover............March 24 About - -
Nurnborg........April 21 About
These steamers touch outward at Havre and
Havana. and on their home trip at Havana ia0
Southampton.
PRICES OF PASBBSAGE.
From Bremen. Bouthampton or Havre to Ham.
ana or New Orleans-Cabin. 51s: Steergae. MI
From New Orleans to Southampton, Havtre o
Bremen--Cabin $150o; Steerage. 345.
From New Orleans to Havana-Osabina.
Steerage. 615.
Children under ten years. half prie: ; hil.
dren under one year free,
N. B.-Our agents for Texas. Messrs. Kan
man & Runge, in Galveston, are authoe t
issue steerage passage orders at the followi
through rates:
From Bremen to Galveston, s42:
From Bremen to Indianola, $45 so.
The company reserves the right to changM
the route of the steamers, their advertised days
of departure and the prices of passage.
Passage tickets from Bremen. Southamptom
or Havre to New Orleans issued by the under
ror further .rtleua aop)l to
ED. F. ST ( IMEYE CO.,. Agents.
R.Sl lv 42 Union street
1864........---ETABLISHED .-.....1864
D. MORIARTY,
Nos. 249. 251, 253, 255 and 257 Poydrus St.
I HAVE IN BTOCK AND TO ARBIVE A
very fine lot of Bed and White Cso
Wines, whleh will be sold at the old pries of
ents per DIonI ~Th l

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