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OFFICE NEW ORLEANS BULLETIN, I Friday Morning, March 24,1876. f MXNIATFfiE ALMANAC. «un Kim.............5 57 I Moon Set* t>mi 8oU..............6:i:> I New Moun 25d. .2:12 P. M AilBIVALS. Oriole, Iiice Farmer, Bart Able, Natchez, Tensas. ( DEPABTCBE8. Oriole, Wa'oon, Wawenock, Henry Tete, Gov. Allen, Thompson Dean. TO AXBTVK. Oriole, Waloon, Wawenock, Lower Coast; As sumption, Lafourche ; 8t. John, Baton Rouge ; James Howard, Bee, Leopard, Ht. Louis'; Jonn W. Garrett, Cairo ; Bastrop, Shannon, Ouachita; Willie, Tensas and Macon; Geo. Spangler, At takapas: Ashiand, Arkansan: Era No. 10, Bœuf Hiver; U. P. Hehenck, Chtrok e, Cincinnati. BOATS ADVEETI3KD TO LEAVE TO-DAÏ. Oriole» Lower Coast, 10 a. m. Mary Ida, Upper Coast, 10 a. m. Natchez, Vicksburg, 5 p. m. Tensas, Opelousas, 5 p. m. 8t. John, Baton Rouge, 5 p. m. Assumption, L%fonrche, 5 p. m. Glencoe, at. Louis. 5 p. m. George spangier, Attakapas, 5 p. m. Maria Louise, Red River, 5 p. m. Stella Block, Bœuf River, 5 p. m. Wllie, Tensas aud Macon, 5 p. m. John Howard Ouachita, 5 p. m. Susie Silver, Cincinnati, 5 p. at. W. J. Poitevent, Tensas ana Macon, 6 p. at. Rate Kinney, Ht. Louis, 5 p. at. amoELi AN sou's. For additional river news see oar daily tele grams. < The famous Natchez, T. P. Leathers master, leaves to-day at 5 p. at. promptly, f ir Vicksburg, connecting with the regular packets for the Yazoo. James F. Muse in the office. The semi-weekly Baton Rouge packet St.John, F. Bergeron master, J. C. Bergeron clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. ai., paying particular attention to all Coast business. The Tensas, in place of the Trenton, W. Bur ton master, Capt. E. Quatrcvaux clerk, leaves to day, as usual, promptly, taking freight for the Atchafalaya, Courtableauj Des Glaizes. ' The Rayon Lafourche packet Assumption, Joe Datieren master, N. Z. Dupuis aDd N. Da I feres clerks, leaves to-day at 5 p. m , going through to Thibodaux. The Alexandria and Grand Ecore packet Bart Able, Bichard binnott master, George Hamilton clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. m. The fleet and reliable Mary Ida, J. A. Ruiz master, E. M. Stella in the office, leaves to-day At iO a. m., for .he Tureaud Plantation, Ascen sion parish. The Oriole, M. Garrick master, leaves to-day at 10 a. m. lor ah landings on the jjOWtr Coast to the Live Oak Grove Plantation. The fast and light draught weekly packet Stella Block, O. B. Crooas master, Gabe Block clerk, is receiving io leave to-day at 5 p. m. for ail land ings on the Black and Bœnf rivers to Point Jef ferson. The Maria Louise, of the New Orleans and Red River Transportation Company, is receiving to leave to-day at 5 i>. m. positively, for all land ings through to Shreveport, connecting with the Homer for Bayous Wincey and Pierre, and too Belie Rowland for Lako Risteueau. H. J. Brioker commands, A. Grivot clerk. The John Howard, of the New Orleans and Ouachita 'Çnjnsportati >n Company, leaves to day at 5 P. M. # without fail, for all landings on the Onachita, through to Camden, connecting with packets for all the tributaries. P. C. Mont gomory milter, E. R. Perry aud VaiEntriken clerks. * The fine and fast passenger packot Susie Silver, D. H. Silver master, J. S. Lehtner c era, leaves to day at b p. m., for Cincinnati, Louisville aud all intermediate points on the Ohio. The tine passouger steamer Glencoe, T. 8. Cal hoon master, J, T. McCord clerk, leaves to-day at ô p m., for Memphis, Cairo and Ht Louis. The George Hpaagler, Aba Smith master, leaves to-day at 5 p. m., for all landings on the Atohalalaya and Bayou Teche, through to Ht. Mart.nviUe, 'J he Willi«,' in place of the Rapides, leaves to day at 5 P. M. for Black River. Tensas and Macon,_ through to Floyd; J. B. Sullivan master, J. L. Robbins clerk. Yesterday opened up cloudy, dark and threat ening; at Id o'clock it commenced to rain, contin uing up to 1, when it cleared off. In the way of business nothing was done be fore noon, ou account of the rain, and not a great -dealattcr it stopped. The river is rising and is now 3 6-10 feet below high water mark. Capt. Will Kyle is coming through with the ABhiaud. She is due to-day. The i Lirkavilie was to have left Little Rock yesterday. The H, 8. Turner, on her way up, took on 716 bales cotton at Memphis. Any one needing the services of a first class job boat, or a complete set of wrecking or diving apparatus, can be a commodated by addressing Capt. M. Iver, on board the steamer Painter ho. 2, or N. Theodore, manager, 51 Delta street. Owing to the rain aud the non-completion of orders for sh pment, the W. J. Poitevent, re ceiving for Black River, Tensas and Macon, laid over to 5 p. m. to-day, at which hour her de parture can be relied upon. Sam Block master, Win Cuss clerk. Ci. cinnati Commercial, 22d: The following are the shipments of coal from Louisville : John A. Wood, with 14 boats and 111 barges of coal : J. H. Big ev, with a full tow ; Al.o Brown, 20 boats ; J. B. Wi liams, 22 boats, 7 barges ; Huupson Horner, 17 boats ; John Gil more, 8 barges. " I ne Smoky City goes to-morrow with 14 boats and 8 barges. " The tow of the J. B. Williams is the largest on record, aggregating 21,C00 tone. " The Fort Gibson No. 2 is the name of a new Arkansas River packet being constructed at Pitts burg. P. nnsvlvanin, under order of the Memphis and Little Rock Tacket Coinpanv. She will be 175 feet long, 34 leet beam, and with 500 tons freight will draw 22 inches. " A writer to Messrs. Royse A Mosset from ths Andes, states that she has 3000 kegs nails for Mo bile, Ala., which she will rethip on the Robert Mitchell to-morrow. " The towboat Gov. Allen is to be sold by the United Slates Marshal at Cairo. " The wharfage suit of the Cairo City Property Company against the steamer City of Quincy has been decided at Springfield, III., in favor of the Property Company. It was a test case, brought by Com. Davifeon." The popular Assumption leaves to-day for Bayou Lafourche, the is a new boat, and is proving to bo one of the best steamboats that ever entered the bayou. The Ht. Louis Republican of the 22d, says : " The J. W. Garrett and barges cleared for • New Or.oans this morning with 700 tons taken here and 11,600 sacks grain added below." The Bee is due to-day with four barges. She has 55 757 bushels corn in bulk and 26,762 pack ages of miscellaneous freight. The James Howard is due also to-day with a large trip, and will leave on Wednesday next for Ht. Louis. The passengers that went up on the Thomas SherLck complimented her very highly on their arrival at Cincinnati. . . , Don't forget that the pretty Susie Silver leaves to-day for the Ohio. The U. P Hfclienck, Capt. J. Lawrence Carter, is due to-day from the Ohio, and will return on Tuesday next. The Coarier-Journ'il says : " Capt. T. H. Nadal, the veteran boat builder, leaves t--dav for the mouth of St. John's River, Florida, to build a new boat. Capt. Nadal ia an experienced builder, and will turn out a good ^°The Natchez, leaving to-day, connects at Vicks burg with regular packets for the Bends and Memphis. The Paducah News says: , .. •• Home time siDce it was announced that the Ohio River was cutting a channel to the Tennes see River a point above Livingston Po.nl As this was a matter which seriously affects our city, a meeting of the City Council appointed a com mittee to go up there and examine into the state of affaiçs- If this committee èver did anything we are not advised of it. It was thought that the nbrasii u'could be stopped if the proper measures were r. sorted to, but nothing wa« done, and the Ohio has cow cut through to the Tenoetsee about Jour miles above t»wn, and two or three more flood heights of the river will cut a channel through there that will admit of the pissage of fhe largest eass of steamers. Not only this, but the rush of the water against the west bank of the Tennessee will cut it out and seriously affect ° U "Heretofore Padncah has been considered a safe ice harbor during the severest winters. Boats, by going a few hundred yards above tfie mouth of the T ecneasee, were perfectly safe from floating ice, but if this channel cute through suffi ienily to pass steamers, the ice will come tearing down the Tennessee from a point four «.il— above os, a thing unknown in history, and it render our wharf unsafe for steamboats to lay up at daring the winter. We don't know that it is yet too late to remedy the matter.. At all events it would be well em ugh to look into the matter and see what can be done." The Kate Kinney postponed her departure yes terday on account of the bad weather. She leaves to-day positively, at 5 p. m., for Memphis, Cairo and St. Louis. J. B. Kinney master, And ew Clark cleik. Vicksburg Herald, 23d: " The long expected sale of the cotton saved from the wreck of the Mary Bell, took place yes terday, and very spirited bidding was indulged in by parties who evidently thought they saw a spec in it. The sale was for the packages, origin ally bales, and sold entirely at buyers risk, and averaged, we are informed, somewhere in the neighboihood of $25 per bale. A portion ot that purchased is now hing on the wharf boat, for shipment to Cincinnati." The attention of Lake Bisteneau shippers is called to & special notice in another part of our paper. The river at VicV sburg rose 5 inches yesterday, and is now 40 feet 5 inches above low water mark. At Helena it rose 1 inch. [By Telegraph.] Little Rock, March 23. —To Hite A Carlin, 3 Tchoupitoulas street: Clarksville leaves torinor row for New Orleans. Jno. S. Jones, • Master. Bayou Sara, March 24.— To Hite A Carlin : Steamer Geo. Spangler will arrive Friday night with full trip. Leaves Saturday, positively, for Attakapas. Abe Smith, Master Steamer Geo. Spangler. MARINE NEWS-______ OFFICE NEW ORLEANS BULLETIN, ) Saturday Morning, March 25. j Cleared Yesterday» British ship Revolving Light, CooDan, for Liverpool. DeWolf, Powell &co French bark France et Plata, Leguex. f t Havre— De Wolf. Powe 1 &co Austrian bark Lincoln, Gerolmich, for Liverpool.. A K Miller &co Italian brig Anrora Messina, for Cette.. Joseph Kelley Schooner Eagle, Monasterio, for Liv ngston, Gnaie in,ii, and Central America— Ma.ter Arrived. Steamship New Orleans. Dearborn, from New York 18tli iust. to A Moulton—2d diet 8 German steamship Strassburg, Barre, from Bremen V ia Havre, to E F Stockmeyer Aco—'ItIi «list Ship Western Empire Grozier' from Liverpool Jan 2L to master—Point Ship Northampton. Trask, from Liverpool Feb 5, to master—Point Norwegian bark Finn, Anonaen. 46 days from Brw tol. Eng, 10 master—Foint Schooner Anit*, Ryan, 6 dajs from Bonacca, to H T Lawler—Pic Tier Steamer Amite, Adams, from Pensacola, to C M So lia —New Basin STEAMBOATS Bee, S vînmes, from St Louis, with 4 barges • j u' Frazer, cautou. trorn jLower Uoaei M-.rv Ida. Ruiz, from St Jarnos Clifford, Alston, from Jeff r»on, (for r< pairs) Naiciiez. Leal Hers, from Vicksburg Bart Able, rtunott. from (iiamt Ecore < ri«.»l«\ Cairick. horn Low^r (Joasi • Ten sus, Burton, from Washington Below C oining Ui». British bark Kate Bun ill, Robertson, CO days from Havre, to master Schooner Lamoine, Leach, 14 days from St Joljn, to master LIVERPOOL—rev shin skio Revolving Light 42. il bales cottou 18W) pcs staves HAVRE—Per bark France et Plata..1971 bales cotton :iu bales moss to ba.s hoofs 4.(100 pcs staves . CE1TE—Per Prig Aurora. .12 hhds tobacco 1 bile tobaci o samp'es 40 ,r .0 pc» staves LIVINGSTON. GUATEMALA AND CENTRAL AMERICA..Per schooner Eagle —12 bbls dour 22 hf bbis flour 4 bbls pork 800 lbs I aeon 74 pkgs sundries LIVERPOOL—Pei bark Lincoln..27sl bales cotton 2400.PCS staves Imports. LIVERPOOL—Per ship Caronilelet—4^03 sacks of salt to Jackson A M-rosou NEW YORK—Per steamship New Orleans Assorted mdse PENSACOLA. .Ptr steamer Amte 29 bales cot ton to J no I Adams Aoo—2 bbls oranges J Maelieca Aco_2 hhils fish England, Talion Act»—21 pigs uidse to order—Total, 29 bales cottou Krreipu of Produce. ST LOUIS—Per towboat Bee and barges—231 bbis grits 918 bbls cortirneal 90U bbls flour ,15 half bbls do Glover A OdenTahl. .425 do 50 bbls do G Pas cal &CO—-.00 do 50 half bbls do Keep. Raymond Aco.. 90 do 50 bbls do Schneider & Zuberuier.. 100 do J no 1 Adams &co—20 do Lafaye & Carroll—150 do F Del Bonilio—200 do T A Hamilton Aoo—100 do J A Stat uer _200 do H T Lawler—400 do Gordon A Gomila— 400 do 212 hbls corumeal 475 sacks bran 90.757 bushels com in bulk to order—25.000 do to Bussey Aco—160 sacks corn 8030 bbls Hour 40 half bbls doN O & M R K_700 bbls do 400 bbl, cornmeal and 113 acks com Schwabacher Fro wen feld A Pfeifer. ..900 sacks bran 200 bbls floor Prudhomme A Newton—45 do 10 bbls cornmeal 1850 pisg lead 894 pkgs mdse C A Whitney Aco. .156 bales hay 200 sacks bran 1138 sacks bran 100 bbls cornmeal Rogers A Mitchell—300 do Newmna & Kent_276 do W 11 Matthews & Bro—100 do Schwa bacher & Hirsen.. 25 do A A Greenwood Aco-5318 sacks com Oscar Chopin—13 9 do Howard & Preston 348 do N D Wetmore— 00 sacks malt G Auer Aco— 75 bbls pork Jno T Moore Aco.. 150 tierces lard 25 ht bbls do 100 kegs do C H Holsen. .7 casks bacon 25 bbls beer 175 boxes do 50 kegs smla 14 bbls gréa e E Vor ster ..£0 boxes alcohol Wheelock, Finlay Aco—539 iron rails 70 pkgs hardware B Johnson—14 ladders 7 pkgs o-dse P J Ont istian ..6 do 30 lat ers Navra A Öffner . «5 pkgs whitelead I L Lyons—940 sacks oilcake meal R Milîiken— 20t0 do to order. .2459 sacks otlcakeR W Kavne-941 do Auderson A Simpson —8 blids tobacco E H Wilson A Mills—11 do 3 Dales cotton 40 Beadles. Wood A co—4 do Prestidge, Graham Aco----Total. 7 hales cotton 19 hhds tobacco 3975 bbls flour 91,0 half bbls do 1801 bbls corumedl 55,757 bnshels corn in bn k 7.173 sacks coin 1138 sacks oats 975 sacks bran 156 bales hay 2940 sac • s oilcake mea] 3400 sacks oilcake .LOWER COAST——Per steamer J F Frazer.. 1 sack seed cot on and sundries to order S3.' JAMES—Per steamer Mary 1 a- 30 bbls mo. lasses P Lanaux— aud sundries to order VICKSBURG—Per steamer Natchez..300 balesof cot oh to Meyer. Weis Aco..277 S B Newman Aco.. 238 Richardson A M.v--82 Allen, Nugent Aco—80 Payne, Kennedy Aco____58 Ben Gerson—50 Britton, Moore A Col*man..47 SO Thomas Aco..44 J L Har ris Aco—43 Clapp Bros Aco—41 Alcus.Scherck A Au t,ey_40 Prestidge, Graham Aco—32 Ju'rey A Gillis.. 31 Howcott A Gordin—30 Craig A Hogan—26 C halls, Hamilton A Powell 22 Allen Nugeut Aco—19 Bur net Aco—19 Chas Gallagher—18 H A C Newman—18 Lehman Abiaham Aco—18 Buckner Aco...16 JnoT Hardie Aco.. 14 Claiborne Aco—13 R T Buckner A Bro—13 Temple S Coons Aco—10 M M Greenwood A co H McGcbee, Snowden A Violett — 8 H WilsoD it 8 T L Airev Aco. .8 Jno Cbafle A Sons. .7 Blakemore Aco—7 Bussey Aco—7 M Clarke—5 J P Davis Aco—4 Bush A Leveft—3 to older—3 H Allison Aco..3 J A G Cromwell—3 Smith Bros Aco—2 S Friedlander.., 2 A Carr ad it. e. .2 W A Peale—2 Stewaft Bros Aco—2 Hirsch, Adler Aco..I Jno Phelps Aco..1679 sacks of cotton seed N O Cottijn Seed as ociatior-and sun dries to mx er— Total. 16e6 bales cotton 1679 sacks cot ton seed „ , ,,, GRAND ECORE—Per steamer Bart Able— .->0 bales cotton to C L Walmsley Aco—35 do Renshaw, Cainmack Aco. .21 R T Buckner A Bro—7 S Friedian der—5 J M Saudidge Aco—4 Clapp Bros Aco—3 W B Clark-3 Merer Weill-2 Hy Leckie-2 J P Harrison ir Aco—2 Aiken A Watt—2 Graham. Black Aco..2 H A C Newman—2 Alcus. Scherck A Antey—1 Po t A Hobby.. 1 Payne,Kennedy Aco— 1 TV A Shropshire Meyer, Weis Aco—l Beraud A Gibert..l Jno I Ad ams Aco—1 J C Den's—1 Richard Flowei Aco----10 sacks seed cotton to Hy Leckie—2 sacks cotton T J Dowty__223 sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed As sociation*. . 24 hhds sugar Bush A Levert . .1 bbl mo lasses Renshaw, Cammack Aco—1 do 1 bbl sugar R R X Co—3 hides E P Delavailade—1 hide L Surle Aco— 6 hides Herrmann A Vignes —1 bill hides L Terre bonne_25 bbls potatoes Adams A Work—45 bead of bogs Inban, Ayoock Aco—2 head beeves C Mehle Aco and sundries to order... .Total. 149 bales cotton 223 sacks cotton seed 10 sacks seed cotton 2 sacks cottou 24 hhds sugar 2 bbls molasses LOWER COAST—Per steamer Oriole—30 bblB of molasses J D Hill Act— 51 sacks potatoes S Gabriel— 17 do 4 sacks pe ts F Cazentre—and sundries to order WASHINGTON—Per gtcamer Tensas..29 bales cotton to Beraud A Gibert— il do SGumbel.,17 J W But bridge Aco..16 W B Thompson Aco—13 Payne, Kennedy Aco—.15 McGehee, Snowden A Violett —11 Nalle A Cammack—9 Alcus Scherck A Autey —8 to Itenshaw. Cammack Aoo- 5 R T Buckner A Bro----5 Bush A Levert — 1 W E Leverich..l Jno 1 Adams S co —1 J C Denis—l?7l sacks cm toil seed N O Cotton Seed Association—10 saçke seed cotton to older. .-6 bbls molasses Payne, Kennedy Aco.. 10 hides Quey rouze A Bois — 6 bales moss to order.. 1 do Renshaw, Cammack Aco..18 pkgdeggtsnl sundries to order.. Total. 155 ba es cotton 192 sacks cotton seed 10 sacks seed cotton 6 bbls molasses By Railroad*. NFW ORLEANS. ST LOUIS AND CHICAGO RAILROAD.COMPANY..March 24..225 baies cot ton to 1 rtier— I" J W Burbridge Aco—35 TUiJMI Allen A co-15 Pavne, Kennedy- Aco—11 Y'aideu. Haw kins Aco__10 Lehman Abraham Aco—10 Lehman, Abraham Aco—10 Richardson A May—9 Buckner A c0 _ 7 G L Walmsley Aco—5 Alcus, Scherck A Aut-y 4 Allen, Nugent Aco—1 Richard Flower Aco—3 Clai borne Aco —2 Châtie, Hamilton A Powell—2 HaC Ntwman..l Meyer. Wets Aco—Total, .93 bales cotton 2 hhds tobacco to Torian A Dnacy —6 do Beadles, Wood Aco. .11 do D Hadden Aco—1 bell Britton A Eppler—4 boxes hardware to Stratton & Mayer..z3 pkgs do P MoCabe .. 42 pkgs saddle trees M W Smith 11 pkgs mdse McCracken k Brewster—1 bx haidware i j 1 ' A A Fayerweather—17 boxe* clock* 15 pkga tinware A Wolf—1 organ P Wetlein-100 sack* pea* to order 9> do M B Titman—5 pkgs peas T A Hamilton Aoo— 12 do Hartwell A Chambers..1 plow D J Harris Aoo 2i 0 bbls flonr N D Wetmore. .3 cars cattle to order—2 cars pig iron Bodley Bros—2 cars lumber L Evans—1 box crockery A Peiser Aco..l hf bbl lard Temple S Coons Aco..9 dry hide* 1 bdl hides A A Carman—3 bag rags 1 sack brass 1 bag paper E Benjamin—5 bis sheetings Lehman, Abraham Aoo—240 sacks malt C Lusse— 15 pkgs mdse H Kern Aco—1 do I Levi Aco— 1 do M Lion.. 1 do B A Adams—1 do D Mercier —1 do Levy, Loeb, Seltnerer Aoo..2 do Page A Moran—1 do V Maunier— 3 do Simon A Kohn—2 do McStea A Va ine —1 do H Goldsmith—2 do Katz A Barnett..3 do E Booth—1 do Fellman Bros—1 de D Pilger. .9 do F P Martinez—5 da M Johnson—22 do J Henry Aco—43 do J M Gould..72 do E Marqueze Aco—2- do M W Newman.. 1 do Albert A R..3 do Folsom Bros—! do Richardson A May. .2 do Charles A B— 1 do E Dnpre 50do Keifter Bros—1 do Lew Bros Aco—4 do Page S Moran—4'i do Vincent Aco. .8 do Berwin A Nathan.. Total, 19 hhds tcoacco NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD March 24—15 hhds tobacco to Jno E King Aco—14 do Kirkpatrick A Keith—5 do M H G lat k A Bro—3 do Torian A Dancy—2 do Gunther A Stevenson—2 do D Hadden Aco..24 bbls eggs Miller A Meyer—2 bales domestic Clark A Chilton—1 do Miller A Gauss—1 do Wallace Aco—ldo AC King Aco..1 box hardware Donoldson Aco—2 boxes mdse R Fasnacht. .2 do I L Lyons. .3 do H Munne..ldo A Schumm—10 boxes enufl' L Mayer A Son..78 sacks peas to order—2 bbls whiskv F Hollander—1 do F Wethams—1 do S R Wall Aco.,1 box mdse Hoffman. Marks Aco ..8 rolls leather H H Hansell .. 8 bbls whisky to order—£9 bis domes.ic C C Ketchum..3 boxes mdse HAN »smo ry—9 do J B Hubbard—12 bbls do J B Latitte Aco— 9 boxes tobacco Flash. Lewis Aco—5 bales domestic McStea A Value—100 tierces lard J B Cantors Aco.. 25 tierces hams Schneider A Zuberbier —25 do How ard A Preston.. 10 bbls whisky to order. .1 case ci, ai s L Bloom Aco—35 head stock Inban, Aycock Aco—21 head cattle W H Dodson—13 bbls peas 4' sacks peas to Newman A Kent—27 do A A Greenwood Aco—25 bdls paper E C Palmer Aco—19 bdls bides 3 bdls ot skins lbagwaol'N E Barley—10 tierces hants 3 tes bacon 10 boxes bacon F DelBondio. .18 tierces hams Vose Bros. .121 sacks peas Jno T Hardie Aco—25 do R J Woods—200 bbls lime A Vizard—1 bale corks R F George —8 boxes mdse Gnnchoman Aco. .8 do Go! d< rman Aco—157 sacks peas Jno I Adams Aco—IC9 do Newman A Kent—127 do Small Aco—1 box wood N D McDonnell..2 bd s paper H Heilman AG..4 tierces hams 3 tierces bacon 7 boxes bacon 1 box beef tongues Newman A Kent—1 box books Murray Bros and sundries to o der— Total, 41 hhds tobacco MORGAN» LOUISIANA AND 'man RAIL ROAD. March 21—1 hhd sugar R Perret— 3 do Robert Hare—9 bbls molasses J M Walsh—7 do F O Minor— 1 bale cotton Bussey Aco—3 bales moss P Brooks .2 hf bales mossP Mazeirac—1 do Odell A Wright—4 do L Terrebonne. .2 do L Surle Aco—22 bales moss to Herrmann A Vignes.. 12 do Delta Moss Co—1 casks ' ides H Salomon—Total. 1 bale cotton 4 hhds sugar bis molasses ,rgo per steamship Whitney.-from Galveston.. 107 bales c tton to G A Whitney Aco. .7 do Francke A Danneel—92 hoad cattle C Mehle Aco--Total. 114 bales cotton '«»CKt , '^s »T TB« »I»*! Madisonvllle—Per s hooner I.aura L—40.000 feet lumber to O Stuber • Covington—Per schooner F M Pippo—590 bbls of sand and sundries to unh r , MOkfriB« < st OU) Jordan river..Per schooner Ju in Rieîiert— 40,000 feet lumber to U Stuber Pascagoir'a—Per schooner Antonio R». ir00 bbls charcoal to master Pascagoula—I\r schooner None Such..1100 bbls charcoal to master , _ Bay St Louis—Per sclioon^New Star—900 bbl9 ebarooul to master i : Li HWiui i.-.rc.i- nur! Mallen f*r Vi t It?»»,.., ÏHV VGäK. Steamship New York. Quick..............«Id Mar 18 FKOVIDNCK. Schooner Daisy E Parkhuist, Hooper____aid Mar 10 Schooner Maud, Robinson................eld Mar 18 FOttTLANti, MB' Bark Mignon. Soule.......................sld Mar 3 Schooner Alfred, Brabtook................cld Mar 18 . LIVkHl'OOL. Ship Chin ». Fernald .....................ebl Mar 2 Shill William, Jorrneay..................sld Feb 5 Ship A F Sumemait. Gain ...............eld Feb 5 Ship Lawrence llrown, Williams..........sld Feb 5 Ship Liiliy Sotvard, Goudy................sld Jan 22 Ship Nor is, Barstow.....................sld Jan 22 Ship Baden, Duane........................sld Feb 2 Ship Linda................................sld Jan 20 Ship Her Majesty, Leahev................sld Jan 22 Ship Vriginia. Barker................. sld Jan 25 -bip Preston, North......................sld Jan £5 Ship Ragnar Porter. .......... ...........sid Jan 16 Bark Erato. Thies.........................sld Jan 8 Bark Lino. Bu.sanich.............. sld Jan il Bark Leamington, Orhney...........-.....sld Jan 14 Bark Ignazio, Semeria....................ldg Jan 15 Bai k Loi d Clarendon, Marshall...........sld Jan 15 Batk Enriqhe, Payson.....................sld Feb 7 LONDON Ship Lady Palmerston, Mills..............sld Jan 16 WHITBY. Ship Teazer, Storm.......................sld Mar 2 bull.. Bark Jas R Boyd, Baler..................sld Feb 21 ttaviik. Sh p Reunion. Ducker ....................sld Feb 1 Ship Scioto. Mitchell.....................sld Feb 9 Ship Scotia, Hines.......... - ..............sld Jau 24 Ship Crescent City, Delano.'..............sld Jan 25 BarkentineGem, Moreman................sld Jan 24 Baik Herold, Ponde... ..................'.sld Feb 26 aotuiBAUi. Bark Alphonse et Marie...........-......sld Jan 24 Bark Polymnie, C**usat....................sld Mar 8 Bark Comtesse Duchatel, Dupont....... sld Mar 4 BOLEN Brig Waverly, Terry.......................sld Jan 22 BREMEN. Ship Scotia, Drummond..................aid Feb 28 Bark Gukel, Tnach...«....................sld Feb 28 Bark Freihandel, Watcher................sld Feb 20 ANT WERT. Bark Bayrnt..............................sld Jan 11 DEAL. Bark JIans Thilis, Thilis........ ........sld Jan 16 DUNKIRK. Bark Valkyria, McQnarrie................sld Feb 20 GREENOCK. Bark Sampo, Stenman....................sld Feb 25 GRIMSBY. Bark Lorton Vale. Beamer................ sld Feb 24 Bark Fannie J McLellan, McLellan—....sld Feb 7 CLYDE. Ship Isaac, Morena.......................sld Feb 22 GRAVESEND Ship Lord Palmerston, Mills...............sld Jan 16 DUBLIN. Ship Stanley, Furet ......................sld Jan 12 GLASGOW Bark Geo W Jones, Potter.................sldJ%n 7 GENOA. Bark Aale, Stromberg .....................sld Jan 5 Bark Arturo, Speich ......-................ 1 Id Jan 29 Baik Silvia, Ferar........................slil Feb 13 Bark Serra ed Elena, Valle................aid Feb 21 , LEGHORN. # • Bark Fide Sporanza, D'Aate .......'..aid Feb 22 AUftkDEEN Bark Mathias, Hansen....................aid Jan 21 PALERMO Brig Domenieo Gulotta..................sld Feb 12 MESSINA. Bark F Pirandello, Toduro................ldg Jan 8 CETTE. Bark Michele G. Ferrari..................ald'Feb 6 RIO DK JANEIRO Ship Birdston, Hunter.....................aid Jan 13 Schooner Maud Briggs, Davis............sld Mar 3 Target Ri Changed to Neatly. MANHATTAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CRYSTAL POLISH. n oat ixx tlio World - FOB ALL - H 0 USE-C LE AM N (i PURPOSES.* Produces the most satisfactory results on Painted Wood Work. Walls, Oil Cloths, Furniture, Window Glass, Mirrors, Marble, Statuary, Brass, Tin, Copper, Steel and ether metals, and can be used with penect confidence, as the certificate below shows. In boxes of one pound...................... 25 cents In boxes of half pound...................... 15 cents bold by Grocers. Druggists, Hardware, House-Fur nishing Stores, and others. EDWARD L. HALL, GENERAL AGENT, Office, 81 Tchouplioulas street. Orders left with Messrs WILSON & McBURNEY, Tea Dealers 81 Tchoupitoulas s .reefer addressed to Lock Box No. 906, will receive attention. New Orleans, Dec. 30, 1875. Mr. Ed. L. Hall—Sir: I have examined the sample of Crystal Polishing Powder left with me by you, with tlie following result: I find it to contain bo acids of alkalies, on which account it will be eu irely free from errosive action when applied to paint ormetilBc mrfscea. It con tains no poisonous substances, by which any acci dent or injury could happen while using it The par ticle's of the Powder are all angular and not rounded, as in most kind- of sards and In many other polish ing ageuts. The particles are rxtiyiiiely small and bard, which, wiftt their angular shape give it espe cial value as a rapid and fine polisher. Yours, truly ALFRED W. I'ERRV, Prof, of Chemistrv, ial 'Ini SaTuTb Charity Hoe irai Medical t Allege GERTEIS, GUN MAKER, 18 COMMERCIAL ALLEY, New Orleans. Target Rifles Made to Order. Muzzle-Loaders Breech-Loaders, and Repairing Dom ja 16 STEAMBOATS. ST. LOUIS. FOR ST. L.OU1N, CAIRO. MEMPHIS AND THE BENDS. The fine steamer GLENCOE, T. S. Calhoun, master, J. T. McCord, olerk Leaves SATURDAY, March 25. at 5 P. M. JAMES HUWAK 11 , B. R. Pegram, master, J. H. Chassaing, clerk. Leaves WEDNESDAY March 23 at 5 P. M. Through bills lading via Cairo and Belmont to all points North and West. J. B. WOODS A CO.. 104 Common st Leaves on SATURDAY, March 25, positively, at 5 P. M. For St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis, Chicot City. Greenville, Vicksbnrg aud all intermediate landings—The line pas senger steamer Kn te Kinney, J. B. Kinney, master. Andrew Clark, clerk, wilt leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board, or to DOUGLAS A WINBURN, Agents, mh24 35 Natche street. ATTAKAPAS AND ATCHAFALAYA. FOR ATTAKAPAS AND ATCHAFALAYA. For Simmspert, Chnrchville end all landings on the Atchafalaya River, Bayou Cbene, Pattersonville, Centerville, Franklin, Cbarenton. Jeancrette, New Iberia, Fausse Point, St. MariiDvilie, and all landings on Bayou Teche—The light draught steamer Geo. Span gier. Abe Smit'», roaster, Frank Greig. clerk, Leaves SATURDAY, March 25, at 5 P. M., as above, paying particular attentiot to nil way and plantation business. For freight or passage appiy on board or to HITE & CARLIN, Agents, mh23 3 Tchoupitoulas street. STEAMSHIPS. NRW YORK. , NEW YORK. MORGAN LINE STEAMSHIPS. The following Al iron steamships » f ort» this line— BRASHEAR, . ALGIERS, NEW YORK, . MORGAN CITY. The iron steamship New York, will leave New Or'eans On WEDNESDAY, March 29, — A. M. Insurance by this line, %. Freight for the above poit rectived at the depot of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, tout of Lafayette street, daily until 5 1*. M. For freight apply to CHAS. A. WHITNEY * CO., Agents, mill tf Corner Natchez and Magazine street«. THE CROMWELL LINE. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT. To cnil on THURSDAY. 11 rch 311. at 8 A. M. "J his line is composed of the lbllowin Steamships : KNICKERBOCKER, HUDSON, CORTES, NEW ORLEANS. The steamship Now Orleans, Geo. A. Dearborn, commander, will leave her wharf foot of Toulouse street. Passage....................$50 INSURANCE ON CARGO BY THIS LINE THREE-QUARTERS PER CENT. Freight for Liverpool,-Bremen and Ha re taken by this Une, and through bills of lading given for the same. For freight or passage applv to ALFRED MOULTON, nl4-75 ly 41 Carondelet street. FOR VERA CRUZ. TAMPICO, TUXFAN, OAMPSACJEIY, PE06IKF aO, HAVANA AND NEW YORK. WW YORK, HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL ËTSAMKÏHP LINE. Th'i Une ia oomposeh of the steamship« US if ol Mlexloo..,........Cap*- W. B. Sherwood. City of Merida............... Capt. J. W. Reynolds City of Havana...............Cat t. B. Ï. PhUJI) .adfiS'&K Th« atoaronhlp SSanB CTty of Mexico, Capt. W. B. Sherwood, trill le.ws h« v wharf toot el Calliope sitôt District, on SUNDAY, March 26.1676, at 8 A. M. Pa* 8 tee to Vera Cruz, *00 goto. . W. ALEXANDRE it 8ON8, No. 33 Broadway, New Yolk. Far fcreizhe or usecage, apply to ). M. WIl'fflKSPOON, Agent, No. 60 Ca* T n*ltoe4 street. The City of Havana jwlll follow SUNDAY. April 16. 1876. 04 ly WM. MASSEY & CO.'S PHILADELPHIA ALE AND POETEE. FOR DRAUGHT—In Barrels, Halves and Quarters BOTTLED—In Quarts, Pints and Half Pints. ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER, NORTHERN CIDER, GINGER ALE, MINERAL WATER, • LEMONADE, ETC., Put up in any required quantity to suit customers, at the lowest CASH PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ! L. C. ABNT, mb 5 26, 28 and 30 Bienville street. J. MAND1N & CO., General Commission Merchants, And Direct Importers of Wines, Brandies, Gins, Etc., Etc., ii DECATUR STREET, . NEW ORLEANS, Sole Agents of the Celebrated Eugene Clicquot Champagne, A Wine long a favorite with connoisseurs and good livers, warranted genuine and of unequalod sparkle and flavor. Also, Sole Agents for the following wines : CHATEAU BELLEVUE, of P. Silin Fils. CHATEAU DE FRANCE, of P. Brugere. GRAVES d'AMBARES, DUCLOS FRERES, ETC., ETC., ETC. F 6 CTOR, »• airs). > 8 , 1876.} . Notice. OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOR, Fiest DioTKlCT (169 Gravier «t., up stairs) New Orleans, Jau. 28, PnbHc notice is hereby given to the Tax-payers ef the First District of New Otleans, that I am ready to issue State Licenses for the year 1876, and to re ceive all Taxes for the years 1875, 1671 and 1873. The office will be open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. N. C. FOLGER, ! a29 lm State Tax Collector. First istrict. A II HAri .-iK V. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING STORE, MERCHANT TAILOR, 21.................Camp Street................31 Opposite City Hotel, Xejr Orleans. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Trunks, '•lUchels, Umbrellas. Etc. Dr. Geo. J. Friedrichs , DENIAL BURGEON* ;SJ fit. Chari», street, corner ef Giro«, Square above the City HalL alOMpSatf M'KfWBOm RED RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND RED RIVER TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. Steam« MARIA LOUISE, TEXAS, LA BELLE, R. T. BRYARLY, W. J. BEHAN. LOTUS NO. $ BELLE ROWLAND. C. H. DUREES, OOL. A. P. KOUN8. Far Hhreveport, Jefferson, Upper Red River, Mindest, Censhatta, Grand Ecore, Alexandria and all way and plantation land ing«—Leaving New Orleans aa follow« FOR SHREVEPORT. MARIA LOUISE..............Capt H. J. Rrinker Leaves SATURDAY, Match 25. at 5 P. M. Saturday's boat will go through to Jefferson. No wharf boat charge« wili bo made on freight oonstgned to the company at tue month of Red River Forwarding freight consigned ro the company at New Orleans will be handled free of drayage and commission«. For freight or passage apply on board of boat«, or at tbe office of the company, 111 Grader, between Magazine and Camp street«. JOS. A. ATKEN, President, li. W. JOYCE, Agent. Or to LORD k McPEAKE, BRITTON k EPPLER, HITE & CARLIN. lei '75 1v REGULAR GRAND ECORE PACKET. Leave« every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M. For Grand Ecore, Montgomery. Alexandria, Norman's, Barbin'«, Wara's Landing, and ail landing« OS Red River— The passenger steamer Robert Yenng. . ^ (Inp'aceof the John B. Mande,) John Heiun, master, John M. Daniel rlerk, will leave as abovtf positively, taking freight for Cane River. Will answer all hails on the Coast. For freight or passage apply on board or to DOUGLAS & WINBURN. 35 Natchez. BROCKET!' & CARTE«, 38 Magazine. N. O. DONNOHUE, 76 Gravier. ltl.ACK AND BtEUF RIVER. REGULAR BLACK AND BŒUF RIVER PACKET. Leaves on SATURDAY, March 25. at 5 P. M. For Point Jefferson, Giraid, Alta, Red Mouth, Gum Point, and all landings on Bœuf and Black rivers—The steamer Stella B.tick. O. B. Crooks, master, Gäbe Block, clerk, will leave as above. Pays particular attention to all HI ek River business. For freight or passage apply on board or to |mli22] HUE A CAlVLI s. VICKSBURG AND MEMPHIS^ MEifiSSn?' AND VICKSBURG PACKST. ,üîL,*i The new nnd eleanut aide-«keel passenger steamer Illinois, M. X- Cheek, masto-, J. VV. Spears, clerk, Leaves Vicksburg every FRIDA Y at 12 M. Passengers leaving New Orleans on Thursday even ing hy rail will make sure connections. Parties consigning freight to care 01 et .amor ILL! NOIS will please enclose trill of lading to au4 tf DUFF GREEN & CO.. Vleksbn«* BAYOUS MfCO AND TENSAS. INDEPENDENT TENSAS, BAYOU MACON AND BLACK RIVER PACKET. Leaves SATURDAY, March 25, at 5 P. M. For Floyd Delhi, Warsaw Crocket Poim, Cut-Off and all landing! on Black, Maron and Tensas rivers—The steamer W. J. Poitevent, Sam IlVxk, master. AVtn. Ones, clerk, will leave as above positively. For fieight or pas sage apply oh board, or to HITE Sc CARLIN, 3 Tchoupitoulas street. LORD Si McPEAKE, 46 Camp street. Will remain in the t ado permanently. mb22 REGULAR TENSAS AND BAYOU MACON PACKET. Loaves on SATURDAY, March 25, at 5 P. M. For Floyd, Delhi, Wai saw, Crocket Pojnt, Cut-off amt all landings on Black, Macon and Tensas rivers—The steamer Willie, (In place of the Rapides,) J. B. Sullivan, master, J. L. Robbins, clerk, will leave us above positively. For freight or pas sage apply on board, or to CORD &. McPEAKE, 46 Catrp street ADAMS & AVORK, 9 Commercial Place Will remain in tbe trade permanently. mhgJ OUACHITA RnrKR NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA TRANS PORTA! IuN.PACK ET. Leaves on SATURDAY. March 25, at 5 P. M. Ko» Cninden Eldorado, Onnrhita Cit , M nrne, Trenton and all landing on Black anu Ouachita Rivets—The line light-draught passenger steamer Jiibn Howard, P. C. Montgomery, master, E R. Perry, clerk, will p isitively leave as above. For freight er pa apply on board or to F. A. BLANKS, President, 2 Canal, corner of Delta. HITE k CARLIN, BRITTON & EPPLER, LORI* Si McPEAKE, ADAMS Si WORK, mhl9 Agents. NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. Regu ar Ouachita River Weekly Packot. Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. At For Ouachita City, Monroe, Tren ton, and all landings on Black and Ouachita rivers—The steamer Ouachita Bells, M. Kenison, master, Joe Holmes, clerk, will leave as above, making connections wjtfi all boats for the tributaries. Capt. F. A. BLANKS, President, HITE Sc CARLIN, BRITTON Sc EPPLER, 1 ADAMS Sc WORK, LORD &. McPEAKE, j- 4 *™ P. S.—The Ouachita Belle comes down the Coast every Monday in daylight. Will attend to all busi ness offered te hen_. jail tf MPFlAt CHAK. INDEPENDENT OPELOUSAS WEEKLY PACKET. For Washington, Fon Barry, Atchafalaya, Simmsport, Big BcntULand ing, Old River and all intermediate points—The light draught passenger suamer fit. Mary, F. Probst, master, J B. Schmidt, clerk, Leaves WEDNESDAY. March 29, at 5 P. M. For freighkoi passage apply 01 . board or to HITE Si CARLIN, 3 Tctiou piton lasst. Through bills of .lading to Bayou Bœuf and Des Glaizes. d !8 REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 29, at 5 P. M. For Washington. Fort I: urro, Srmmsport, Charchvitie al! landing« on the Coast, Atehafalavs River »ro hayon Courtableau— The new and light-draught passenger steamer Bertha, H. H Broad, master, Theo. Jobin, olerk. Connects at Sinimsport with steamer MINNIE for Bayou des Glaizes. giving through bills lading. For freight or passage apply on board, or te olO tf BRITTON Si EPPLER. 106 Common at Through bills of lading to Bayou Bœuf, REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leave* SATURDAY, March 25. at :. f. M For Washington, Port Barro, Simmsport, Chnrchville, and all inter mediate landings on the Coast, Atcha falaya River and Bayou Conrtableaa—The new and light-draught passenger steamer Trnsns, (In place of the Trenton.) W. Barton master, Capt. Eng. Quatrevaux. clerk Ail freight for Bayou dee G las zee will be landed at Bend Lam Ing. J. m: DOWLING 25 Deoatnr street Simnsport or Big *26 tf " MIWBK I'll**». NEW ORLEANS AND LOWER COAST PACKET, The^ fine passenger steamer Waloon, Alfrqfl J. Raiz, master; P E Barry, clerk »very TUESDAY and' FRIDAY, o'alock, sharp, for Jesuits' Bend, Kelair, Pointo-ala Hacbe, Buras, Forts, and all way landings; return ing WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. For freight ;e apply on board. e clerk is to be found every day at the head of Conti street. d 21 tf COAST MAIL PORT EADS AND LOWER PACKET Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRI DAY, at 10 A.M. sharp, For Fort Eads, Fort Ht. Philip, -uarantine Station, Buras, Polnto-a-la [ache, and all way landings—The liyie s earner Wawenock, John Taylor, master, will leave as above, retnming TUESDAY », WED NESDAY 8 and SATURDAYS. For freight or pas S3ge, apply on board. Will go te Pilot Town on FRIDAYS. dll tf Gower Coast Dally Cum»« Packet.—The new, safe ami Im> pa* «enger packet Oriole, M. Carrick, marier. Jojtn Estopinal, clerk. Leave- da iy al n> »'clock A. M. («bar»/ trot* toot of St. I onis street, for Live Oak Grove Plantotim rein mine to the city in the evening. Apply to JOHN K0U58. Canal Street Ferry Offiea, P. 8.—Has a olerk on the levee during the day. Ho debts contraotod by anyjona txooft J. X. O'Ptl owaar, will bo goU. ■jtla JTEAMBOATS, Steamboat and Railroad Agvncy. rpHh UNDERSIGNED, AGENT FOR THS A. Memphis and Ohio River Line of Packets, U tred to give 1 brough bills of lading in connection tbe boat« of tbe abovementioned Lines over ÜM following Railroads: Little Rock and Pine Bind Railroad and Onachita Railroad from Chicot City 1 Iron Mountain Railroad from Belmont, Mo.: Cincin nati, Haro ii tot, Dayton and Little Miama Railroad« and all their connection« fron Cincinnati, For all information and through rat» « apply to «17 tf C. G. WAYNE, 106 Grader Teefl OHIO RIVER. REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET. Leave« on SATURDAY, the 25th tost,, at 5 P. M. For Cincinnati, Louisville. Evans ville Henderson. Sbawneetown, Padu cah, Cairo, Memphis and all intermediate pointa— The passenger steamer • Susie Silver. D. H. Sil -er. master, J. S Lehmer, clerk, will leave a« above. For freight or passage apply On board or to C. G. WAV NE. 106 ft ravier street. nih-3 J. B. WOODS & CO., 104 Common street. REGULAR" CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET. Leaves on TUESDAY. 28th inst., at 5 P. M. Fort iucinnati, LnalHvllle, Evans, ville, Henderson, Shawneotown, Padu cah, Cairo, Memphis and all intermediate points—The steamer 17. P. Schenck, J. I.anrenoe Carter, master, will leave as abov«. Fer freight apelv nr board, or C. G. WAYNE, mh2 5_____ y 106 Gravier street. KabrtJLa.to CINCINNATI, LOUISVULLiJt AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET. For ClndKnntl, Louisville, Evans, ville, Henderson, Sbawneetown, Padu cah Cairo, Memphis and all intermedia«« points—The passenger steamer Mary Houston, Charles Miller, master, A. Elliott Miller, olerk, Will lea* e as follows, viz : SATURDAY, April 8 tli, *t 5 P. M. SATURDAY, April £!»th, st-5 P. M. SATURDAY May 20th, at 5 P. M. SATURDAY, June 10th, at. 5 P. M. SATURDAY. July 1st, at 5 P. M. For freight or passage apply on board, or to mhltltf O G. WAYNE. 106 Gravier street. Et» li >1 K n IM II8 A N D BBNDH. ____ REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. For the season of 1875-76. Leaves FRIDAY. March 24, at 5 j*. M. **& - rar Memphis, Unions, Mouth sf Jjjfet-mj White River, Chicot, Greenville, Vioka BS ~ C " burg and the Bends—The splendid pas senger steamer Thompson Dean, W. B. Miller, master, Geo. Miltenborger, olerk, will leave as above, paying particular attention to all way and plantation business. Shippers may rely on the Dean remaining in the trade the entire season. Through bills of lading to all points on the Ouaohita and Pine ltiiitf Railroad from Cbioot City, and to all points on White ItfVer as high as Jacksonport, lor freight or passage applv on board, or to 0. G. WAYNE, 106 Gravier street. VIOnMHUKte SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATT I MAIL PACKET. Leaves every SATURDA » , at 5 P. M. For Vicksburg, Davis's Roads Natchez ai d all intermediate landlngi—■ The passenger steamer Notches, T. P. Leathers, master, J. F. Muse, olerk, connecting at Vicksburg with the Pansol laus for Yazoo, Tallahateiiie and Sunflower rivers, and with Anchor Line fur Memphis, Cairo aud St. Looig. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JOHN JANNEY, 117 Common at* or to HITE Si CARLIN, 3 Tchonpiloulas rt. Freight taken and through bills of lading signed to Tallulah and stations east of Tallulah ou the Vioke burg, Sh evej ort and Texas Railroad, via Delta, by W. B. BROCKET!', Agent, 33 Magazine ev. «14 6m LAFOURCHE. _ _ REGULAR BA YOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. The new passenger steamer Assuniptior, Joe Dalferes, master, N. Z. Dnpuis, clerk. Leave* New Orlena* every Tuee DAY ami SATURDAY at 5 P. M. re turning down the Coast in daylight answering all hails, on FRIDAY and MONDAY. For freight or passage ajip y on boatd or to 026 tf P. A. CHARLET. 9 Conti street. REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST SEMI-WEEKLY PACKE He pry Tete. J. F. Auooln, master, M. H. Landry, alerk. Loaves New Orleans every MONDA Y at 5 P. M. and FRIDAY at 10 A. M.. returning down the Coaet In daylight every WEDNESDAY aud SUNDAY. " freight < .ge apply en board or to B. firVKT. P. A. CHARLET, 9 Conta street. BAYOU DEN GLAIZKN. INDEPENDENT BAYOU DES GLAIZES BOAT. Leaves THURSDAY, March 30, at 5 P. M. For Evergreen, Cotton Pert, Junction, M»reauville, Big Bend. Simma port and all intermediate landings—The light-draught passenger steamer Frank Hillard, Lew Rice, master, F. M. Joffrion, clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on lx>a-d, or to HITE Sl CARLIN, Agents, F17 __3 Tchoup itoulas stie et. BAYOU BARA. Far Bayaa Horn, Waterloo, Hermitage, Port Hudeon, Baton Room, Plaquemuie, and way landin g* — Tu United States mail serai-weekly packet, Gov. Allen, (In place Of W. S. Pike.) J. J. Brown, master, H. S. Streek, olerk, leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY MSP. NL, iara. For freight or passage apply to HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tchonnitoulas ih >. C. OODDIN. 35 Natchez street. UPPER COANT. NEW ORLEANS COAST AND BATON ROUGH SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET, Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 12 M., ana & UR DAY at 5 r. M. The passenger steam 8t. John, Frank Bergeron, master, J. C. Bergeron, clerk. Returning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EYRH ING. For freight or passage apply on board or to E. O. ME LA > CON, 30 Conti street. P S.—The St. Juhn will represent Capt. Allen Ja mel and tbe steamer Iberia in ihe Coast trade. 026 tf THE NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER COAST PA.CKET.— M. I. LINE. Far Rea Tureud'e, An lm pariah—The steamer J Mary Ida. :aiz, master. E. M. Stella, clerk, will leave New Orleans every TUESDA Y, THUB* DAY and SATURDAY, at 10 A' M., and wit) retira eve» y Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, in daylight. For freight or passage apply on board, e to ol2 tf W HIM A UJ 20 ^JroïTlti SHIPS. LIVERPOOL* ._ For Liverpool—The new Al British ship WM. DOUGLASS, Douglass, master, is now loading for the above port, and having thia greater portion of her cargo eugaged and going board, will have quick 'dispatch For balance freight apply to "JïZ _ SHULTZ A CO., „ 21-C'arundelet s'reet. FOR HAVRE. For Havre —The A 1 fast fu'Uuz French bark REINE-DES-ANGES, Ltcuyer, master, is now loading for tbe above port, and will have dispatch. For freight apply to DkWOLF, POWELL & CO., mbs to 44 ( aro. delet street. TOWING AND WRECKING BO*T, Harbor nod Coast Job Boat—TI m powerful steamer P ululer No. 3, M. Iver, master. Has Seven No. 1 barges and is prepared te do all kinds of towing to either tbe Upper or Lower Coast on tbe most reasonable tenu». Has every facility for the rapid handling of wood, bricks, cotton seed or ma chinery; will drop coal boats at any point. Is pro vided with a complete diving and wrecking apparatus, under the management or experienced wen, and ia ready for service at a moment's notice. For torthei information inquire on board or to __ NICHOLAS THEODORE. Manager, d33'751y 51 Delta «tretf.