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DOMEST'rIO.
BALTlIMOIn. April ,1,--()ats qutint and ateleady
.outhern 48044. I'rovlisionR uliAt nd un
anged. UlHee ldull; lilo Oarg es 1:1a 1 1s %
*ugar very qnlet: A Poll 94. Whlsky lirm at,
1 [email protected] to. Freighls uInchanged.
Naw YORla. April 13.-Molntherl noltr qulet
and unnhaunod. Wheat heavy antd d:', Io,..r;
&etrve businese: u0gral,,d spring $1 2561 20.
(orn fully 10 lower. but hIhovy; un.grelod 593
1. Osl ts opened tIrner, iblt l'loed dull andl
heav o. a 41 %42. IHois stOadI and un
chax'ed.
Goffee unchanued but quint. Hutuigr dull end
weak; fair togood refoluu 7 197'.. prime 7's
refined In lair domelld nud unchllansIud;
standard A 909(.. (i 7%05. extra (I [email protected],',.
Whblte extra U eP% 4. vryellow ?7(07t. l, A
%6 .0. out loaf 9T, mushed 9'S, powdtred [email protected]
Oi. aranulated 9s Cotlon seed oil dudl.
olly nominal. Molaesses quit and un
1hud l1ioe steady, gy'od lonqury.
oein lull at $1 401i 42'14. Tur.pienline i.ulet
tut firm a 50an6. Wool dull and weak; do
rmtlo fleece 50085. pulled 3G(a12. .uwasheul 1508
42, TXat 1040. Pork lower and very dull; old
10 60. MiddleS steady; long clear 7. Leard
lower and moderately active. eln~Ing steady at
7.4001.42. Whlsky nominal. Frelghts heavy.
BT. LoUIs. April t8 -Flour, no market. Wheat
lowet No. 2 red fall 0S [email protected] t1l. No. . do $1 o ..
Corn tower at 34934%. Oats dull at 8a. Whisky
u.ie.t .. Pork dull at $10 40. Bulk meats
lI I . lots Phoulders at '1 a 5 a5s ribs t.10
0, . @?, 2560 na. Bacon dull; saouldets
4.44.60, rbs e.ve, sides 7.12.
Hogs Weak qnd blowj Yorkers $4 O.14 4n.b:s.
0on 4 5604 40. butcher 4 2904 45: pselecot heavy
4H00 4 60; recelpDts 700.hlumnents (t)0. Cattle
WSk, SpulV falr mainly fair to good steers,
which rnned from a4 UlwS; butchers' steers
4a 6:1 feeders' 09 As; cows and helters 2 s00
8 ;o reoeipts t10 shipments son. lbeep steady
and pohanged: fair to fanyor 4 508s: receipts
00.11 spments 750
ltoACO Apri 13.-ploor steady and un
. Weat unsettled. opened strong and
or, olosed at inside prices: No. I Chicago
PrPrllt l'010i.1 10%. Corn unsettled, generalls
oWer: f srh 054. reaular 8206. Oats nnsett.led.
aerall hIgher andl oslg easy at 2771. Pork
ull weak and lower at $lie. Lardt dull weak
d Lower at a 99%. Bulk meats dull and lower;
re 4. short ribs a.20. clear A n0. Whisky
FtOrG 07.
.-What active. 0uc lower. Corn easier.
lower. Oats unsettled. 'io lower. Pro
' tonh frmer, not quotably hifher.
Drovers' Journal reports: RHog-P.a
O l aN 1.o000. shipments 6ooo; quiet and firm;
I aking $4e 164 0. common to good
actkn 4 904 50, chiefly st 0o: hboloe heavy $4 0o
46a. tie-Reoelvts 6000, shipment.s 3si;
W.kbutsteadyat yester.'ay's decline: shl
pIne and exports 94 ~o0a 40: butch rs' firm.
30641 stockers and feeders' quiet. s2 706 o0;
l rotearance. Sheep -Receipts 3s0, ship
Seets Io00o: steady .nd firm; shorn $a to,
brekas $ 7. sgood to cboloe $ 5e0s 96.
Z ATI. April 18.-Flour dull; family
S815; fnyor unchanged. Wheat quiet; No. 9
td inter 01 le. (orn active and firm at [email protected]
Satedull; N. 2 mixed 36. Po: k dull at 91o au.
rd easier at 6.9We060d. Bulk p!eats dull;
o ldera 4. ribs 06, sides 03. Bao n dull;
holdero 4. rib4 0's, sides 71;. Whisky
steady uid firm at 91 0O. ugar [email protected]; hards
10.1 4 New Orleans 734085. Hoge easier;
not Quotably lower; common s 5o004 20. light
0 , p sokng 04 [email protected] 60. butchers' $a4 o
Lova Ls.la. April a-.-Flour dull and un
-auci.d. Wheat quitt: 112i1s 15s. Corn dull;
S seasl eier; s7%. Pork dull; lit 5o.
; . Bulk meats steady; shoulders
t. ri 0ea0%, sides 0%. Bacon steady;
trs rih'el70 sidee 7'07%. Bugar
a lns 9*10%. WhlPky quiet; $1 o0.
o April la.-S-prits of turpentine
Sat I .Roin qtet at i 123 ftc strained.
S1 or od strained. Tar steady at $1 40o,
de trpettne steaydr; t for bard. 92 for
lowdip2 50so tor virgin. Corn quiet; prime
ate, ma.xed 61.
.yes '·~
RIVER NEWS.
'Wednesday. April 14. 150.
Se marine soluma.
Depaert.aPsl.
Emma Irvrne Marts" a. Bine Macready, As
eump on. . Nle, Wil Kie, J.A. Scludder.
i ·t... le of ae InVre.
bt 1 letraphio repoit of the stae of water
t-yarO Dolpts. with hangees. in the ma hour
taSila reaterdm at I v. m.
Above low Ohm
stations. etr lwh hn .
.................... s 7 to10 4
n ai ..*---..- 19 7 II 8
.--. .... ....... 19 4 tI 4
L....... ....... 27 5 t0 1
e ......- ....... 10o 12 0
eW Orl5ean . ...... 1 6 o 0
..... .......... 4 5 0
veo.....t. - 4 to 4
ou....... ....... 1 6 to 9
b ........ 42 11 10 1
low h water mark of 1.74. IAbove
mak.- tndloates rise. tlndl(ates fall.
e lower issilopl continues above the
I er line at Vicksbura (26 inches) and New
eas (11 Inches.) The Aransas has risen
4 feet at Little Book. and on Monday
rapd rises were repCorted in the na
an at Augusta. and in the Tennessee
Uhatta.ooa. Durine the week a freshet
Spased down the Miss°°uri. reaching the
Ie maximum at Yankton on Mondar, at Omaha
esday. where the water rsee within s inchee
the danger line, and Leavenworth on
aednepiay; this river is falling. The Mtesis
VIpI has risen from St. Paul to St. Louis as
ollows: St Paul '5 inches, La Orosse and Du
qute 32 inches. Davwnport 22 inche., Keokuk
i inches and St. Louise inches; a decided fall
occurred at Cairo of so Inches and at
emhisof 62 inches; below the latter place it
Srmained very high and almest stationary.
Ohio has fallen since Tuesday 23 inches at
ttabur, o9 at Olcinonati and 4 at Louisville.
asinest was pretty fair on the landinga rs
trlay. The City of Augusta, for the Atchafa
a had a very fine trip out. The John A.
Budder. for St. Louis, bed all she wanted, and
hd to refuse freight. Part of her cargo was
100 balS jute and o80 hogsheads sugar. The
Will Kyle for Cincilnatl. had between 5oc and
400 tons freight. including 200 ton- railroad
Irontand she was full of people. Among the
Kyle'a passengers from here was the wife and
three children of Mr. Tom Howard. clerk of
the B.E.Lee. Mr-. Whetsel. daughter of Mr.
Weaver. one of the pilots of the Lee. and Mr.
Joe Gauthreaux, one of the clerks of the As
sumption. who goes to Memphis. Also Mr.
Stinson and family, of Evansville; Mrs. Lin
n aud Mrs. Madrigal and daughter, of Terre
Uaute; Mr. Shields and wife and Robert Whit
oeld and wife, of Cincinnati: Mr. Al-xaoder.
wife, son and daughter, of Lstart: Mr. Gunn
and wife and Mr. Cbnurch and wife, of Phila
elaia Mr. and Miss Matlock. of Bayou
Teehe; Mlesrs. W. A. Hauser and Baer. of
Louisville: Mr. Baker. of Rising Sun. and
Messrs. Oox Bailey and H. Jones, of Aurora.
The Kate kinney. from Shreveport, the Ra
ven,with four barges, from St. Louis. the J.
Sharp McDonald, from the Ohl , with a tow of
coal, and the John Howard, from Camden, all
arrived yesterday noon.
Cant. Joe Kinney. of the Kate Kinney. left
that boat at Shreveport and went to St. Louis
by rail.
b~he a harp McDonald came in with her flag at
hall-mast, in mourning for her late captain.
The John Means had here also at half-mast in
eympathy.
The Jobn Howard will return SBaturday.
The Paris U. Brown left the landing last even
in afterDo0 tons railroad iron.
The Laura L. Davis is up at the warehouse
takin on salt for St. Louts. She will be down
at the landing to-day. and will leave to-morrow
at s p. m. for tit. Lous. J. V. Rrynolds in com
mand. T. V. Reynolds and FK Brice clerks. She
is receiving at the head of P ydras street.
The M V. T. Co.'s towboat Joun Gilmore and
b He . H Symmes in command. will arrive
to-a from St. Louis. and return to-morrow at
ih e Alexandria, Cat. W. T. Boardman. is re
vinw for a trip to Minden. Instrad of the
Danube. and will leave to-morrow at 5 p. m.
Owin.ato the accident to the U. P. Schenck.
the Gt uiding Sar will leave here on Saturdays
instead of Tuesdays hereafter. She will be
here to leave May 1.
Shippers rememiber thathte G.a-a S. leaves
to-d for Bayou Bartholomew direct. By ship
ping on athrouah boat delay and rehandling is
avoided. The Clara will also take Ouachita
freight for points as high as the mouth of the
e Fred A. Blanks leaves to-day, as usual.
for the Onachita.
The unsurpassed J. M. White Ivaves as usual
to-morrow for Greenville. She will be found at
the landing this morning.
Mr. Joseph H. Lyon is second clerk of the
tlara S. Mr. Ed Price having quit to go on the
Laura Davis.
The John W. Oannon will b9 the only depart
wre to-day for potits on the oo'st
The champion Oharaes P. Cloutean. of the
Anchor Line. leaves to-morrow at 5a om. with
out fail. tor St. Lni-. Oapt. W. H. Thorwen
4eommand.Georgl. llXeuberger olerk. The
'.GeteSp, hs the best of pae _se 0eom
esaon d has the repautattin belg a
..y, .3alt't;3ý.7ý''4: rr • oi+
Halliday master, Obris. 0 Young 01 rk. leaves
to-morrow at a p. m. for Cincinnati. The Brown
is one of the best boats in the line, as well as
one of the m-st succssful.
TheJohn W. Cannon. J. C. Libano master, J.
H. Moe-sop clerk. leaves to-day at a p. m, as
usual, for all landings throuah to Btyou Sara,
The reliable and only through Bayou Teche
a'ket J. M. OChambers, T. it. Muggah master,
T. K. Voorhees and Willie Jonas clerks, leaves
to-daty at, ", m. for Ht. Martinsville.
The N. O. &. I. t. T. ComnItayv's steamer
Jewel, C. P. Truslow miaster. Rl g. Barrow
clerk, Is receiving to I, ave to-day at ra p. ni. for
Shreveport.
The Merchants and Planters' packet Clara . ,
Wmt Wenvol master, (. I. a Packatard lerk, leaves
to-day at s . m. for Bayvo Bl rtholomew, cn-n
necting with the Ollle B. for poluts on the up
per part of thte acyotl.
Uapt. L. V. Coolty's reliable Macon rind Ten
sas packet 'l'Tonsa leaves to-day at i p. Itl for
Floyd. lCapt. Tom Knee has harge of the
Tie a upo r coast packet Rane Macready, In
place of the Do Hmlat, Capt. Frank Ottendorfer.
leaves to-morrow at 11 a. m. for Donaldson
Ville.
The regaular trl-weekly lower cost packet
Emma lrvine. . A. Ruta meastor, leaves to
morrow at. it a, m. for Orsnge Farm.
The regular Greenvlll. Vicksburg and bend
United States mall packet. J. M. White. Curt
Holmes master. leaves to-morrow, as usual, at
oP, m.
The through B.euf river pactret Eva No. In.
James Hamilton master, Sam Gwalstney clark.
leaves to-morrow at 5 p. m. for Eason's Ferry.
Exrhangre Cllpplngs.
Cincinnati Enqulrer. April It:
It was reported pesterday that Capt. Perklns
has sold the propeller Sunbeam to partles from
the South for $ao coo.
MMaanns. April 1o.-The Guiding Star ar
rived here at a o'clock this evening, four days
out from New Orleans. having been detained
seventeen hours below Vicksburg by fog and
storms. To-day the Guiding Star made one of
her remarkable runs. She left White river at
2 o'clock this morning, made two landings for
freglht at Selena, losing forty-five minutes.
and landed here at 6 o'clock this evening.
making the run of two hundred miles includ
lug all detention. in sixteen hours. Eer time
from Helena to this point was three hours and
twenty-two minutes. The Guiding Star has
400oo tons of freight, 117 cabin passengers and 61
deck.
Bbreveport Times Aprll to:
The Frank Wlllard, Catt. T. E Jacobs. H. D
LaCuseit clerk, arrived yesterday from Jeffer
son. To judge from the encouragement with
which the Willard met at the hands of the
Bayou City it would seem as though the mer
chants there don't care whether the steamboat.
sink or swim. Her freight out of Jefferson
consisted of one sugar kettle consigned to New
Orleans. On the war down however, she
picked up one head of cattle and forty or fifty
bales of cotton.
Mt. Louts Post-Dispatch April 11:
s To-day's corn cargo is Ihelargest shipment of
arain ever moved on the Mississlppi in one
tow. It left or was to leave at noon-the Iron
Mountain and five brages. One of them. the
Great enpublil, received on board yesterday at
the liddle street elevator 100,000 bushels corn.
The fleet of five barges bears away 3l0toto, bush
lsa, shipped by the two houses of Fath. Ewald
,t Co. and Cole Bros.. of this ctly. Our author.
ity for the figures above are Mr. John Jackson
and Mr. H. V. Lucas. the largetsttookholders of
the Mound City Transportation Company. The
largest previous cargo was 2791t.O bushets, by
tL eame boat, at 11 cents per bushel f-eight.
"-liths higher than the ,resent rate. No rail
road ever built can compete with this sort of
transportation-a fact the world is rapidly
learning. The weight of 300,000 bushels of corn
is a 40o tons. Send this by rail and it will em
ploy forty.two trains of twenty cars, and could
not bi carried to New York profitably to the
carrier for lese than 67,600i. The Iron Moun
tain will take it to New Orleans in ten days for
lpeeall Telegrams.
Mownoa. La., April :la.-Weather clear and
pleasant. River on a stand. Passed up: Wm.
Fagan last night. John H. Hanna at noon.
ST. Louts. April 13.--liver falling steadily.
Departed: James Howard. partlally loaded;
she fills below: Helena for Vicksburg. The
Norton Is due to-morrow. Her cargo is en
gaged. No bulk arain is going to Huntington.
The rate is too low.
RoDntE. Miss. April is.-Uo: E.O.Stanard.
I a. m. Down: iJ. Wmtte, 1 a. m.; J. B. M.
Kehlor, at noon: John A. Wood and coal tow.
1 p. m. Weather clear and pleasant. The
river fell 1 inch.
Okrao. April 1a.-The Centennial passed down
last evening without landing. The Port Bads
and bargas cleared yesterday evening. The
Yeager,. ountz and Norton passed up last
night.
general Telegrams.
SnasvraPonT. April 13.-Arrived: Jo Br arty
from Gilmer. Departed: Frank Willard for
Jefferson. the river is still declining, and now
registers on the gauge 21 feet 4 inches. Weather
mild and pleasant.
MaPHtts,. Apri 1.-RiBlver fallen 1 inch. De
parted: Olty of Greenville for St. Louis Can
tennial. . . riner. Future City and barges
for New Orleans. Weather pleasant.
OactaNAT. April 13.-BlRver 19 feet 1 inch
and falling. Weather clear and pleasant. De
parted: Mary Houston for New Orleans.
EvANsVsLtL c. April 13.-iBver 19 2-10 feet and
falling. Weather clear and warm. Up: Guid
Ing Star and U. P. Schenck.
ST. Louts. April 13.-River 17 feet 3 inches and
falling Weather clear. warm and windy. Ar
rived: Gold Dust from Viecsburg. Josie from
New Orleans. Departed: City of Helena for
Vickaburgr. James Howard for New Orleans.
Loutrviol s, April 13.-River 9 feet 6 inches
and falling. Weather partly cloudy and warm.
CAiRo. April 13.-River 33 feet 7 inches and
falling. Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
Yaeger and Kountz from New Oileans. Belle o0
nhrevetort from New Orleans. Departed:
Yaeaer, Kountz and Belle of Shreveport for St.
Louis.
Prrr.azun. April 13.-Blver 4 feet 2 inches and
faillln. Weather clear and pleasant.
Vicxsauno. April l6.-Weather clear- ther
mometer 70. The river has fallen 1 inch. Down:
Natchat atp.m.. Keblorat 3a.m. Up: CIty
of Vicksburga at noon. Golden lhlo at 1 a. m.
FROM THE PASSEB.
PORT EAnDs, April 13. 6 p. m.-Wind south
east.
Arrived: British Phil City of Mobile. Jones
mauster. 53 days from Rio do Janeiro. to master.
British bark Stillwater D-lao master. 1o days
from New York. to Hall & Vaughan.
British bara Beau Monde. Glaes master. 62
days from Liverpool, to master.
Sailed: Steamshio St. Mary for Clinton.
MARINE NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOORAT. I
April 14, 1380.
cleared Testerelay.
Stoamehip Hudson, Freeman, for New York
A Moulton
Steamship Algiers, Ilawthorn, for New YorK
C A Whitney &oo
Br steamship Amaryllis. Blagbarn, for Hamburg
AK Miller &oo
Fr ship Ile Marthe, Postel, for Havre
A K Miller &co
Nor bark Borghild, Amundsen, for Ronen
Robt Oerlein
Sw bark Aurora, Neiglick, for Cronstadt
Robt Oerlein
Lugger Garibaldi, Tiolan, for Pensaoola
Master
Arrivel.
Bark Oneco, Clift, 7 days from Galveston, to Norton
& Bell-Point
STRAMBOATS.
John W Cannon, Libano. from Bayou Sara
Assumution. Charolet, from Bayou Lafourche
John Howard. Carlton. from Camden
Lura, Bird. from Low r Coast
Raven. Woodward. from St Louis, with 4 barges
Kate Kinney. Dodd, from Shlrevenort
J 8 McDonald, jHonlden, from Louisville, with 18
coal boats
John Gilmore, Symmes, from St Louis. with 5 barges
Fair Play. Papinean, from Upper Coast
(ah, O'Pry, from Lower Coast
A W Moffett, Mears, from Gainesville-New Basin
FLATBOATS.
Calhoun's boat, Love's boat, Allen's boat-all from
Arkansas
BelSlow-Oemtla Vp.
Bark Hiperion. Zar, 49 days from Havre, so master
Experts.
NEW YORK - Per steamship Algiers - 36932
bales cotton 100 bales moss 60 bales paper stock 57
bales vatle 66 bales wool 306 bales hibes 463 bdls of
hides 3i67 dry hides 63 sacks cofee 11 eke rubber 31
bales sarsaparilla 250 bbls soap stock 200 bble oil 4 5
bbls molassee 1013 sacks bone meal 4000 pea staves
303 pkgs cypress 14t page copper $ 0,000 in specie
187 pkgs sundries
NEW YORK - Per steamship Hudson - 2210
bates otton 7401 sacks oilcake 158 bbls molasses 100
bble oil 170 bdla hides 100 cases shrimp 4400 poe of
staves
HAMBURgI-Per steamship Amaryllts-86,OCO
bushels n"rn in bulk 20.000 cigars
HAVRE-Per ship le Marthe-4794 balms estton
3600 pee staves
ROUEN-Per bark Borghild-41.2M bushels corn
In bul
CRONSTAbT-Pe.r bark Au.xa--440 bales of
PaSsAcOL&-Palru ar Gaibrldi-9 bbia us.
NowaM em.msa e$ bahbeebm 5e 0 pino
UTILLA--Per steamship E B Ward, jr-4915
buncheb bannas 9O,350 plantalns 49,401 onomnnuts 493
pineapples 1i bbls mangoes to B Oterl & Bro
eaelpts eof Prsdee.
Hr LOUIS- Per steamer John Gilmore and tow
93t17 sacks corn 5',00 0 bushels wheat In bulk 10n,000
bushels oern in bulk to ELugter &co--5,)144 do 190
bble flour to order--100 do Norton & blaning--tO do
o0,0 hf do Glover & Odendahl--ll. bbls flour Polblhus
& Doll - n'I do 10 hf do a bbls vinegar U A Whitney
&no--:i'9 locks corn Wallace. Flirohild &oo--l,. do
Vie bales hay I'tlton & BIenoedlcr-loo sacks malt to
. .1 Weokerling -:10 bble oil J t( Clark- 15 nases of
lard 50 rrcke Irtd 150 tor es lard John A Ns-rton
10o do C II loelen-- pkgi hardware A Baldwin &co
9 pkgs mde loutisiana Ice to -100 1trven Rice, Born
&on----Ttal i#0,:14 bushelO corn in bulk ansd 50.000
bushel. wheat in hulk
Hil EV I'ORlT--Per steamer Kate Kinney--519
hbales cotton to N O & It I '1' UO-134 do Kirkpatriok
&co--77 Jno Phelos &o--71 to order--5t to Chaffe.
Hamilton & Powell-45 to . W Ilurbrldge &oo-40 to
I M Walmetey &oo--:0 Keiffer & Gardner--I OG W
Sentell &o--18 Hi Allison &co-13 tH W Rswllne-9
Payns. Kenndv A nn-- Graham. illsak Aco-I Joe
Chaffe & Bon--1 It T Buckner-I bale hides John I
Adams Aoc--9 bbla molasses 3 half no It kegs do to
Dymond & Gardee--61 sacks cotton seed N O Cotten
Seed Amsociation-9 sanck rage I half cask metal 19
bales paper stock N () & O R (Co----andrle to or
der.--Totn u110 Ibales ostton t1 saeks cotton seed f
bbls molasses 3 hf do 10 kegs do
BAYOU SARA-Per steamer John W Osnnon
17 bales cotton to Hyman & Liolteontein-14 do to
J L Harris &oo--il A 8hlenker &oo-- to Meyer,
Wels &co-6 H & C Newman- 7 Norwood & Riob.
ards-l Lehman. Abraham too-- bbl molasses to
Schmidt & Ziegler-O9 bales moss Lehman, Abraham
too-- bale hides WVm Mehle--3 bhls old iron and
snndlesJ Bulnside-s- bbls sugar H T Cottamn &oe
9 bales moss I bag wool to I Odell-5 bales moss to
R Beer-1 do 3 skns seed cotton H Heyman--83
hhds sugar M 8oott-sundtes to order-Total 0I
bales cotton 3 sacks seed cotton 03 hhds sugar i bbls
do I bbl molasses
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Isabel-D- sacks
rough rice to H Allison too-10 hhd suenter Rithard
Milliken--l do to 0 Hopknas-94 seacks potatoes to
S Haepel-90 bbla potatoes Frankenbunh & Borland
18 do V Nunes-10 J Abhadle-13 do 4 bbls onions to
F Casentre-Od do C OCasanova-4 do 4 bbls peas to J
Santis-- do IS bbls onions C Leon-4 bbls potatoes
4 bbls peas V Estopinal-10 bbli potatoes A Ventrin
9 bbls onions 9 bble garleo A Serra--lf bales mesa to
G H Wright-esndres to order-Total 94 hhds sugar
95 sacke rough rioe
CAMDEN-Per steamer John Howard--154 bales
cotton to Jurey & (llls--134 de T L Airey &oo-ll5
Hirsoh. Adl r &oo--ll3 J L Harris &oo-34 Meyer.
Wets &oo-9I Jao Phelps &oo-19 H Allison &on-10
R M Walmeley too-- W B Thompson kno-7 Nalle
& Cammtack--7 Allen, Nugent &oo--f Riohardson A
May-4 H & C Newman-u Jno T Hardlie oo--400o
pos staves 30 hides and sendries to order-Total 6i8
bales cotton
IAYOU LAFOUSCIIE-Per steamer Assumption
9 bble molasses Rtykoski & Manade -0 do A Tertrou
3 dI 65 hhdl sugar H Beltran-l0 do Schmidt & Zte
gler-lo Richard Milliken-4 bbl onions Lanaux &
done-4 bbls potatoes 8chmidt & Ziegler-- sacks of
rough rice C H Itevin-sundries to order-Total 111
hhs oanger 11 bbls molasses 0 sacke rough r.oe
UPPER oUA"T-Per steamer FaIr Play
9 bble potatoes Hirsoh, Adler &co-I bbla onions to
Roman & Otls-- do J G lpor I6 bble potatoes and 3
sacko potatoes T Joseph-15 bbla potatoes B Laoosto
sundries to order
LOUISVILL- -Persteamer J 8 McDonald and
tow-450,',0 bu.hels coal to A Lambert &co
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Lure-80 bble of
molasses to B O Thomas &oo-sundrles to order
BT LOUIS-Per steamer Raven and tow - 100,000
bushels corn in bulk to Engeter &oo
BY FLATBOATS.
ARKANSAS-Per Calhoun's boat, :0,0r00 pes oak
staves; per L,ove's boat, 40.00 pea oak staves: per
Allen'. boat, 95,000 pol oak staver-all to RIobot
Base
leaelpUe at te New las3ia.
GATNSVILLE-Per steamer A W Moffett-411,
r00o feet lumber to it O Elliott-I sacks wool 2 hides I
lot junk t' A Adler-sandries to order
B Iox-Per sohr E M Montroes-30,0]0 feet lumber
RO Elliott
Stockton-Per sohr Deceadu-50,000 feet lumber to
A O Danner &co
Rigolete-Schr Annies Chase-Returned in dis.
tress
Wolf River-Per Bohr Galeas--0,000 feet lumber
J L Nevers
Lake Snore-Per sloop Mary--5 bbls shells to or.
der
Frenier-Per sloop Lookout-Cargo of cabbages
to order
Frenler-Per sloop Ida & Julia-Cargo of cabbages
to order
eeaetpts at toe Old Basst.
Bayou Lacombe-Per Behr Leander Jan--95,000
feet lunmber to J R Toomer
Pasoagoula-Per schr Maud-35.000 feet lumber to
order
Paecagoula-Per sohr Jnlianna-1-i00 bbls charcoal
to order
Pasogoula-Per sohr Ollvias--l00 bbls charcoal to
order
Stockton-Per schr Hotter Ellis--50,000 feet of
lumber to order
oeseoipt by iallreael.
NEW ORBLANS AND MOBILE BAILBOAD.
April 13-100 bales cotton to Strauss &co-3 do to
JnoT Hardle &oo- J L Harris &oo-4t Gardner &
Copp--9 BSiknam & Moore-17 Allen, West & Bushn
1 car stock W B Kerr-I do H It Brooks-- J It Ill.
more-i oar lumber A C Danner &oo-I do 11 Otis-
mule Leonard & Maxwell-40 bbls oil J Aldlge-50
tierces hams D Fatio tco-- phaeton J L Harris tco
150 sacks bran Schwabacher & Hirsch-18o pkgs beer
GOa Yalets-9o5 to Co I Keamer-i car beer L Lipp
manu-I10 bbls lime S Snodgraes-940 do S Snodgrass
1i0 L M Gex-40 b^ls brooms John T Moore &co-15
pkgs mdse E Marquese &oo-941 do Keitfer Bros-
544 sacks peas to order-1-t do A Leyden--44 do to
W H Mathews & Bro- bhhds tobaooo J V abolinus
2 tteroes hams W & 0 Relchardt.-- pkgs mdse E F
Virgin-1 bbl whliky M Collins--li tieross hams to
John I Adams & -o-5 do J M Dowling--10 Sohmidt
& Ziegler-5 C W Newton-t- saws i D Celeman &
Bro-1 bbl whisky C Bastin--sundries to order-To
tal 198 bales cotton 9 hhde sugar
MOBGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS BAIL
BOAD AND BTEAMBHIP 00.
April 13-11 packs rough rice to Joseph Vtgnes-5
pkg. eggs J M Walsh-4 do L Sarle &co-8 Lange &
Legendre-13 Rykoeki & Manade-5 L Terrebonne
7 Chas Kuebel-8 bales moes d Herrmann-3 do Luoe
& Flagg-4 do 3 half do J Bibolet-aundries to order
-Total 11 sacks rough rioe
OHIOAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW OBLEANS
tAILBOAD.
A pril 13-90 oar loads. as follows-ll bales cotton
to Stewart Bros &co-6 to Richardson & May-5 to
Meyer. Weis too-4 Lehman. Abraham &oo-9 Hy
man & Lich enstein-1 Biokham A Moore-I box of
hardware Folsom Bro..9 boxes hats A & L Levy
3 do Vincent &co-6 firkins butter J B Solari & Son
1 organ L Grunowald-t car bricks NO Gas Light Co
I car stock Ayoock, Mitchell aoo-ti5 bales bay to
N O & M RR-13 poe marble Hindsdale. D &co-10
tube butter to Clark & Meader--t pkgs castinge to
B J West--I te 4 bxs L W Mill r &co-lot pluoder
Mrs C King-I bdl bedding A Smith-1 chest tools
.1 O'Ma ly--1 box olothing Mins J P Moore -4 pkgs
furniture F Kinne,-3 bxs marble J t, ilhelm--: do
Mrs J Dejan-l H Beneeljr--514 boxes hate to F J
Qninlan-l do cases shoes A Durieun-3 do H Stern
&co-- do H & N Samory--t pkgs mdse L W il-al5
boxes bats E Booth--i do J U Adams-- M Lion-5
M L Rock-9 b oxee drugs Boeriok & Tatel -It0
pkgs beer F Hollander--o boxes cheese F A Jones
a page mdse F Meunier-- do Dalsheimer & Thal
heimer-1 M L Navra-10 rolls leather John Frank &
co-I piano P Werlein-1 1.8 pipe brandy Schmidt &
Ziegler-95 boxes cheese Theurer & Becker-9 tube
butter C H Lawrence &co-5 bble potatoes S Meyers
il? pkgs beer Mere & Paul-14 sacks peas M Stioh
& Son-3 .14 pos bulk meat 10 pkgs butter to Schwa
bacher & Hirsch -50 boxes cheese Miller, Grigsby &
co-- tubs butter J McGrath--e5 cases matches to
Vizard &co-10 tieroes hams Vose Bros-17 pags of
butter McCloskey & Hendreoen-4 pkgs mdse to the
N O & R R T Co- 0 pkgs tobacco Harroll & Shan
non--ll0 bbls oil 1 tank oil Insurance Oil Tank Co
990 bbls lime S Snodgrass-.l. pkgs tobacco to Mayer
Bros--2 pkgs mdse G Pitard-4 d- M Lobe &oo-2
F Belden--t J M Gould &oo-10 Horter & Fenner
II F P Martinez-6 Simon & Kohn-sundries to order
-Total 29 bales cotton
emaneruda.
The Portuguese ship Marianna V, Capt Peneira.
sailed trom N-w York March 91 and arrived at Lis
bon April 6, thus making the passage in 15 days.
AMERICAN PORTS.
[By Telegraph.]
New York, April 13, 1880.
To C. A. Whitney &oo:
The steamship Chalmette,. Capt. Read, arrived
yesterday afternoon.
BOGERT & MORGAN, Agents.
New York. April 8-Cleared for Galveston, schr
Thos W Holder, Gray.
New York, April 13, 1880.
To A. Moulton:
The steamship New Orleans, Capt. Halsey, arrived
this mo ning.
lORUIGN PORTS.
lBy Omble to the N. Y. Herald.]
Havre, April 7-Arrived from New Orleans, Br
ship Elisa A Kenny. Winchester. April 9-from do
bark Martha A MeN" il. Maters
) Liverpool, April 9-Arrived from New Orleans.
Sp steamship Juana, Gastanaga.
Trieste, April 4-Arrived from New Orleans. Nor
sohr Z-us. Christophers.
SQeenstow,. At' il -Arrived from New Orleans,
Sw bark Svitiod, Wiohmann. April 8-from do, Nor
r bark Thorgyy4 And eem-•s
Gnao April 4-Arrived froNew Oleemsu B.it
Sbark Neoe-tla. Ander~ s..
Baroelona. April 9-Arrived from New Orleans, 5p
bark Catalina, Gorordo.
Deal. April 7-a-ailed for New Orleans from Leith,
Ital bark Alfa, Malatesta.
[By Mail.l
Genoa, March s'-Arrived from New Orleans,
Matteo i'remuda, l'remuda.
Dunklr k, hMarch i---l, iIed for New Orleans, Brit
bark Ab am n .Yonr. Fergnnn.
Sharpres*. March -ti-Arrived from New Orleans.
Andirette, Betlecten.
HPI'OKEN.
April P, off Highland Light. (Cape Cod, bark Elliott'
Iitchie Illett, fromn Mobile for ,aro.
Match 9.. in Florida etraits, Brlt ship Virginia,
Barkl, f.rom Pl'e nonlia for Oreenock.
STEAMBOATS.
6ItW3 D 19SE.
TRI-WEEKLY UNITED STATES MAIL
PAOV r TO URAND IPLE.
The etonmar-
DAVID HNoaTTTER.
O. S. Burdtte mestor.
Will leave head of Harvey's Canal every
TUISDAY. THURIIDAY and HATURDAY at
8a. m.
Leaves Grand Isle every MONDAY. WEDNES.
AY and FRIDAY at. a. m.
DPare $1 so: meals fifty cents extra. aol tf
BTRAMSIIPS.l
WEEKLY LINE FOR FLORIDA AND HA
VANA.
MORGAN SIIB U. B.MAIL STEAMUBIF
FOR8 CEDAR KEIS KEY W8.
and Havana - The fellowing rot
,seambls a will leav Algiers:
IORNTN ..... THU RSDAY. April 15. at 8 a.m
MRGAN .......THURDAY. April 22. at 8 n..
Superior passenger acoQmmodati an. AU
freights will be received at Morgan's Louisianl
and Texeas Railroad Depot. foot of Lafayett
street For freiht andpssage apply to
bJHA8. A. WHITNEY & 0.. Managert.
jass Magazine and Natohe strrets.
NEW YORK.
ORRGOA I A D TEA Ii
The following Al Iron stesmabhle
lefi t line
W EY. OHALMMTTi.
I STEAMSHIP NEW YORK,
II. B. 9ulok master.
Will sail from Algiers TUEbDA?. April
lo l NTO NEW YORk ONE-HALW
reght for the above port reelived t the de
pot of oran's Loulsie ana and Texas ialroad
foot of Laette street, dall until I p. m.
[ Fo A¶. A. lHINET . 00.. Managers.
aule Oorner Na ohes and Magazine streets
TUfA Okttai wMrut" l tM.
Oll NNEW [URK DIRECT.
To sail WEDNESDAY. April 21. at a a. m.
This line isoomposed of the follow.
Stet hibps
The steams to
KNICKERBO.RKER.
Fri nk Kemble master.
will leave her wharf from foot of Toulous
INSTl4N0 BY THIS LINU M PER CET
bann passae ..............-........o
Freight for Liverpool. Bremen and HEr.
en b this line, and throaph bills of sdlm.
Yen for the same.
For freight or paBeY aplI" tOý .
ml iy 41 Carondelet street,
LIVRLPOOL.
EARRIWON LINE.
Tons. Commanders
A .................lo....... Georce.
H A R ".... .. .... 10........ . ll am
EHANPOEý,OBR .... ..no0 ..... . Reynolds.
HRYItOIATE .......1oo...... Jonee
IGNAVC....... on...1.oo........ W Aken..
COMMANDEBR....... oo...... B, Ellis.
LCtOQ VA .........1417.... W Lang.
DIOOVERR ....... 20oo ...... t Wiillamm.
EXP)ORER.. ....201oo......W. Jackson.
HISTORIAN .....18so......W. Wallace.
INVENTOR........... 200......John Reynolds,
LE.YILATOR. ....21.0o......T. Burley.
MEIIaTOR....2....2010l......J. Hanney.
ORIATOR....... .:......J Oorblshley
STATES AN....... e.....Hg. WHhes.
VANGUARD ..A..Bc..... ... W. W 1e.
W tIU ...........122o.....W. L. Jones
The NteamshLO
Valiant commander.
will sail on or about April so. 18e0. from eau
wharf, Iront of Jackson Square.
Will receive cotton and sign through bills o
lading for the Continent. between Havre and
Oronstadt.
These steamnphfpa. belngof o liht draft, will
cross the bar of the bllsssipptl at al tlmei
without detention.
For freight apply to
LUOAS 3. MOORU.
_de20 1 196 Gravler street. uip stairs.
BREMEN.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW OB.
LEANS VIA HAVRE. SOUTHAMP.
TON AND HAVANA.
The steamships of the North Ger
man Lloyd will resume their Begular
Trip, as follows:
From Bremen. From N. Orleans
Hannover...... ....March 24 About May 2
These steamers touch outward at Havre ant
Havana. and on their home trip at Havana and
Southampton.
PRICEB OF PASSAGE.
From Bremen. Southamp ton or Havre to Hay.
ana or New Orleans--abin. $16o: Steerage. Sat
From New Orleans to Southamp ton. Havre or
Bremen--abin. $160: Steerage. s$4.
From New Orleans to Havana-Cabin. as
Bteerage. hls.
Children under ten years, half pDroe; chil
dren nnder one year free.
N. B.-Our agents for Texas. Messrs. Kaufi.
man & Runge. in Galveston. are authorized tc
issue steerage passage orders at the followins
through rates:
From Bremen to Galveston. 842:
From Bremen to Indianola. $45s so.
The company reserves the right to change
the route of the steamers, their advertised dayr
of departure and the prices of passage.
Passage tickets from Bremen. Bouthamptor
or Havre to New Orleans issued by the under
signed.
For further partlculars apply to
oED. F. BTOOIKMEYB & CO.. Agents.
anial isv 4 Union street
DB. J J. 1t1eaYBICIAN AND BUBGEON
of twenty-.five years' exuoerience in the treat.
ment and mrs of all diseases of the GENITO.
URINAhl ORGANS. and of those arisina from
either NERVOUS or PHYSIOAL DEBILITY,
caused by agre or early abuses. Chronic dis
eases treated with success. Bright's Disease,
Gravel. Oatarrh of the Bladder. Gleet. SBerma
torrhcea, and all disorders of a PBIVATE NA
TUBRE treated without the use of MEBORCURY or
any injurious drugs. Oures agaranteed and
medicines supplied. STBIOTURBS ouredby as
simole mechanism, without pain.
Diseases of Females. Suspension Betention.
and all Female Irreaularitiee PBOMPTLY BE
LIEVED. Dr Perez's FEMALE REGUL.T.
ING ELIXIR kEVEB FAILS. To be had only
at this ofice. Oonsultations strictly confiden
tial and charges reasonable. OfloeNo. e South
Ramnart trneet. near Clanal. New Orleans. naw
OFF1CE
W. 8. CAMPBELL, Agent,
29 Carondelet st., New Orlean&
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIBf
Steamboats, Steamships,
And Familties Supplied
Has aiways on hand a full stock ot St. BersarC
and 0 Neil & Co.'s celebrMted PWi~hurg Coat
11. II. MA.RR, .
COUNSELLOR AND IATTORNEY,
i· a We, S ceasestae
NROct& *u-lA~r
ITANWDOATU.
[email protected] SEVER.
CINOININNATI AND NEW O
leans - Southern Trausportatioi
Line-lteamers of this line wl!
leave as follow":
PARIS C. BR"ºWN.... A. M. Ilalliday master
Leaven TIIURDAY. April In, at 5 p. m
GOLDO VnOWN....E..K. L. hilnkie master
Leaves HATUI)AY. Aurll 17. at, i p.m
*OLSmENt C1 ry............ J. DI. Inlor master
Leaves TUESDAY. Aurll '0. at 6 p.m.
For Olcnolnna ti, Louisvillo and lnutermonedilate
landine, oonneoting at Olnolnnatl with pack
ote for all polnte above to Plttsburg.
For freight or Dpsae a pl on boar, or to
J. T. BI DEAU, Aaent,
noss tf 18 Oravier street.
L THEI TEAMERS OF TIlE SOUTH.
ern Transportation Line leave New
Orleans for Oindonnatl and ail
Dolets on the Ohio river as follows:
THOn*ASHmEROCVK.. .TIIIBHDAY, April 1
1. P. OaVN C(I.... a'......ArUDAY, April 8
iUIiINGQ 0T4A ..........TUE.DAY Aorll
SIOEOET IsTCRIOLL. .TUtBU DAY, April 8
GOLDE* IrLIE......... ATURDAY April to
WllI KYLE ..............TUESDAY, April 1s
PAIla I . BuOWN.....THUB8DAY April s1
OLI3IN 7RrSWN..T....iTURDA Y April 17
OlDaO OI ry. ... ..... TUISDAY April 20
rR.K. PI RR....... THURIBOAY' April 22
CEHARLI HOMntgN N.... SATUBDAY April 2
NEW MARY ROU.Tom..TU3tDAY' April 27
J. T. BURDEAU Agent,
mhl4 tf 185 G(ravler street.
NT. LOUIm.
BT. LOUIB AND NEW OBLEARI
ANCHOR LINE.
For Rt. Ilnnts and all was landingls
OHAB. P. COOUTEAU..... Thorwegan master
Leaves THU SDAY. April 18, at pD. m.
COMMONW A LT r .........., Bryan master
Leaves SAURDAY, Avrll i, ats . m.
ANN . SILERDA.. ........ ilver master
partiulart ar attention to all way an
n.8. . eeral Agent.
t04 Common stres.
MIS8ISSIPPI VALLEY
TRANIPORTATION COMPANY.
Leaves THUR-DAY. Anrll is, at 12 m.
SFOR ST. LOUIS GAIRO (ON
necting with Illinois Central Tai .
road and Memphis--The steamer
JOHN G1ILOBE ANO IBAYgs.
H. H. Symmes. master,
will leave as above. For freight apply on
board, or to J. A. STEVENC ON. Agent,
48 OCamp street.
Will take freight for the Illinois Central Rail
road and Ith connectlons. ap14
INDIPI'.EN ENT PACKEI.''.
Leaves THURSDAY April ls at 6 p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS, dAItO MEM.
phls and tue Bends--The fine
steamer
LAURA I. D4VIU,
J. V. Reynolds, master. T.V. Ittynolds and E.
H. Prie, clerke,
will leave as above. For freight or passage a p
ply on board or to
apl4 JOHN F. DOUGLAS. s82 Gravier street.
NUPF RhIVER.
REGULAR B(EUF RIVER PACKET.
Leaves THUBEIDAY, Aprli Is, at, p.Di m,
Leave FORB EASON'r FERRY POINT
Jefferson, Alto Bed Mouth and In
tel mediate landlnas on Basut river
The Al packet
I lA NO. IO,
Jas. Hamilton master Saw Gwartney clerk.
will leave as above. For freglht or passage aps
ply on board or to
apl3 LORDI & MoPEAKE. 122 Oravler strnut.
LOWER COAmC.
Leaves every TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 11
a, m.081d ATURDAYat D ". m
a-la. Haoche Greenwood P'lantation,
Terre aux Ieuf. and all plantation
landings-The new ine aVfast steamer
J. . Buti 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 anil
TICRBE *An ATHBAFALAYTA
FOR BAYOU TEOBHE AND ATCHAFALATA
RIVER.
Leaves WEDNESDAY April 14 at 5 p. m.
. , FOR ST. M1ABTINSV[LLE. NEW
Iberia. Jeanerette, Franklin, Cen
treville, P.,ttersonville. and all inter
mediate landings on Bayou Teche and Atcha
falaya river-Tbe new passenger steamer
JODHN I CHA IBE Ci
T. R. Muggah master. T. K. Voorhees clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
OEO. D. HITE. No. 14r Gravlerstreet.
apD1 J. E. OARLIN. No. 60 Magazine at.
BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW.
MELRB ANTS' AND PLANTERS' INDEPEND
ENT PAt KET.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY. AnrIl 14. ata p. m.
S FOR LIND GROVE, POINT
Pleasant and all way landings on
Bayou Bartholomew-The new ase
senger steamer
CLARA N
Wm. Wcnzel master. C. H. Packard clerk.
will leave as above, taking treight for all land
ings on Black and Ouachita rivers as high as
the mouthof Bayou Bartholomew. For freight
or passage apply on toard or to
F. J. WINBURN. .1 Natchez street.
W. M SURLi. 17 Fror t streec.
P. S.-Connects with steamer Ollie B. for
Doints on Upper Bayou. ap11
LAFOURCHEE.
INDEPENDENT SEMI-WEEKLY NEW OR
LEANS. COAST AND LAFOUBOHE
PACKET.
Leves every MONDAY at pV. m. and FRIDAY
at 10 a. m.
• ,FOB WAY LANDIhGS ON COAST
and Bayou Lafourche-The A No. 1
passenger Lacket
Max Blanchard. Master
J. C. Bergeron and C. J. Blanchard. Clerks.
will leave as above returning down the coast
every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY. in daylight.
For freight or nDasage apvly onboard or to
V. H. BERNARD. 9 St. Louis st.
S. HENO. 20o onti st.
P. B.- Goes through to Lockport on the
Thursday trio.
SEMI-WEEKLY uuABT aND BAYOU LA.
OUO0E.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p.m., and SATUB.
DAY at it a. m.
. The A. passenger packet
A USIJPTION,
P. A. Charlet master.
Edw. Nicolle. and J. W. Lagrone, clerks.
will leave as aoove, reurning down the coast
every MONDAY and THURSDAY in daylight.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
B. RIVET.
106 Decatur, near St. Louis street.
P. S.-Has a clerk on the landing during the
day, at the head of Blenville street, to receive
freight. nol9 6m
BAYOU SARA.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKtlY BAYOU SARA
PACKET
Leaves every WEDNi.SDAY and SATUBDAY
at 5 D. m.
FOB BAYOU SARA WATEBLOO.
Hermitage Port Hlckey. Baton
Bouge and Plaquemine, extending
the Saturday trip to New Texas and Raccourci
-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
JOHN W. CANNON.
John O. Libano master. J. . Mnsso clerk.
Clinton and Woodville freights shlipped Wed
nesday reach their destination Friday even.
1.&inton and Woodville freights shipped Batur
day reach their destination Monday evening.
For freight or oaasge avpply on board or to
GEO. D. HITE, 42 Gravier street.
BRITTON & EPPLEBR, 182 Oravier street
LORD & MoPEAKE. 12 Gravier street.
au29 0.G. WAYNE, s82 Gravier street.
BAYOU SBAB BEMI-WEEKLY PACKEP
,g~ FOR BAYOU BAlA. WATIBLC.O
Hermltage. Port Hudsoa Lobdell's
Store. Bacon Bouge anfManemIine
--Steamer
EDWARD J. Amtr.
J. J. Brown master 875 Streck eterk
leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 . m.,
returninr evenry WEDNEBDAY and SUNDAY.
For freight or pasageapolyon board or to
J. E. aRL-N Maazine street.
lvil JOHt 4 Nt PT. lr om mon str4t
FOB SALE-THE SrBAMBOAT
S RAsIg P. KOUNTE
Will sell to good varties on easy
terms, .·men's to bear in.terest.
b ttiesr partloularm inauire of
~ m~K~ Irol~minJs~r.dao 03. rvirss
TýlXAI.
AT 0I0 D
BTEAMER! LEAVE SUNDAY TTEBDAY
THURSDAY AND HATOUBDAY.
Passeners taket, Baliroad Ferryboat, footo
Bt. Ann sireet. at 7 a m.. reaching Morga l0%t
at 1 m, there ,onneotlng with stelets DllF
from .lorgan .i ooty, in tlOgn wi organa'I
Louisiana and Tex'Roailroa.
POR -INDIANOLA AND 001BPOS
ty on TUESDAYS and ATUIDAI con
n 't at li|vptonl with the Norfolk.
Frelghts to bo berrled via Morgan Oltryor
Mississippi river; carrier's optlon.
FOR BRAZOS SANTIAGO VII.
Galveston-The iron steamer
A. O. RARRIS
Will sail from Algiers
Frelght for Brownsville 16 per cent off tariff
exoept ral, which is at special rate,
Throe h ll£ lading slgited to all r
on the ouston nd Texas ent a
and s. t, and t reat NrtrM
road, a New reans and Texr r d
Sýn-tonio fr ight_ reoeivedd n.for n ando
via Clinton and USL.H. and ban Antonia BYl
'roaelhsP for Go .... , Hb etlmvllle, B*Pobo
•c , receivedia Vl& nJoin llr 0 panto,
Lghe~rage to COrpus dsristl and Bruow (f
a') at xis an cxneens of consignees
ý'releht for 81th e above coint.b at
ilroad, foot of Lafayette Street, . .ºu n
iokate and fstaterooms seoured untgl V. m,
at agents' o®oe, or at the lorry lanoi" , an
JThnrongtk tclketallbe l uh ro tho
tothe p al pont o Honstn,
Ventrat Haliroa`off the ntern o
ortr . htruern Rairoad. Texasen
ool tf Oor era MTneYnýan.n Sand N a
STUANmOATf.
. ils D lp]er and T U,
NEW OB0 LANADB
Througgh bills of laifl and-.-ou a
ber tlokes to all anD on ed a
l~ay tatons In Teas. The
o FOB Sprin'.s,, g Toe
In Tez*h. on'e river and raU¶t
FOB RB.'BEVPOBT.
Jewel, 0. P TEEPlolw master,
Leaves W.DNreLDA.. Aprll 14, at s. .
FOB MINDEN.
AlexnMa, W. T Board man master.
4o rwhaerbonatrgeeraNO o o
Leaaves THUReD&Y. Ar.a.na,
ll be r atmo oe ,
aWu to eOmpny b Dill O rM"
Bor reigt or passage aply on
bot s or at the o1 e of te i y,. o0,
ill leaveas bovet or
, iorm or to
elegant and new steamer a
m. m . 0. Pilton cleek.
Will leave as above. For fren
aDDI on board ort o0
. W. ADAMS II Commercial
P. h.-No whefboat mearse osr anhor sl
boat or a ent. to
IEi1NVIILLt, VICKSDUES AND BENDS
in e stelamer
William Otmpbell master, T.
leaves as above. oeotorg atn
atrsomet s a other ll t te aso.
Leaves FED BBOIDK I .
oner oDent ran s a steamer on
o and PaBrsa oeTaelea
lnu. r olmes master, We ndeet sl
Boat reserve es the orright to passra (ap
lthWl o throumal h bil .iO .
the V airsb er Baeeort n oA et
andt Daeront as e o oer e ao e
ut. Hol masterg AW Ni.alr. s lerk.
onr all point ons aoo an Tealht rirsa
ShreveDo and PDAcOU ITra rvia e
Bisboat reserves the right to Pas5 l,
Gsthatthe Captain may cronsee erm u e
For fredght ,or t e ap lit on board, or to
Will sian thaough bill in to n
at same rate as other boat,
INDEvPEENOPIEB ~AOUAARI ,
Leaves every A TUEAY. at S r. rsA.
Adrwchr LPineto.m
Wostwoodi Etrekou ioiad ayesi
onter Pointall a landings onhe Bae .
hreveportalnd Pracief anc Daloa viart mlta-
_on rant estenes -Ther rigsteaet assaoo 1 :
SV.ha tle masptein ma onsie Kneeclr.
will leave as above, or freiaht onr aerol .
DC on board or to
G O HITEL Graver it.Ii
Olatzs.ae Fraeiother boatte.
eas Port Brre, FAtEmmsTPo
ville, and al lndon oher 1 m
Atchafalaya river and Bayou Oonrtablý fnhie
ight draft passenger . gtamer
Wm. Crawford master, A. T. neSoswT eark.
will leave as above, Dor fIrelht or pdwo.
wlllea. on boardv or to o
LORD e MOPEAKE. 122 raoler street
NteEE. mPLAN AKT.
SE-ULAB UPPER cOA T TBIW. TO .,
Leaves esvePLDUEA8A . THUAY and
sa, Pr..TFR B ar aLONrILLB ADp
lght- draft psnge sam e .r.m.m
willleave as above. o freight dorasge
andtaat susvstame

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