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W 8O BOM, Serg't. I.Uere. U. S. A.
AaavAte -azpo Valley, Bart Able, Blue Wig,
Robt. Young.
Dz.nn-ns-Isabel Martha, Mary Ids, Wil
Rise Katie, A. d Dontidaly.
Hot and dull eterdy.
To Asa. la Hughes, Assumption La
-oorýse;.obt. ltohell, UOharles Morgan, Olnoin
ati; Mary Id6, upper coast; Martha, Isabel,
lewer coast; But$ Able, Bed river; Yazoo Valley,
r. John Jaee.y, E. i Perry end Andy o.
laid leave to-day for the mountains of Virginia
Iwr. they will enjoy, we hope, health, rest and
Capt Leathers is also on the eve of starting for
ae North, by the way of St. Louis, the repairs on
his famous steamer having progressed far enough
to permit his ierlaving.
The John Dppold sse d down yesterday with
a tow of stone forthe jettiee.
On her way down this trip the James Howard
wae presented with a handsome Bible by the
students of St. Vincent Go legs, Oape Girardean,
Mo Of appreciative friends the Howard has a
lot.
The new, fine and fast Yazoo Valley Is the reg
ular mhil paeket for Vicksburg to-morrow, in
place of the Natohes.
The Olnoinnati Enquirer, of the 3d, publishes
aoal statistice for the last six months. In this
tim. 972,000 more bushel.oal wereshlpped to
New Orleans than for the same time last year.
The total shipped from Pittsburg exceeded last
.ar'esdhipment for the same time 5,876,000
The boat that never falls to arrive and leave
on time, the only weekly packet to Alexandria
and Grand Ecte, the New Bart Able, leaves to
morrow at 5 p. m.
The lower coast United States mall and pas
senger steamer Martha Will arrive to-day and
leave _o-morrow at 4 p. m. positively for Port
Made. The Martha is the only boat running be
low Pointe-a-la-Bache. Oapt. W. 8. Bassett com
mands ; Meers. Legier and Barron, clerks.
The fine and faseet sidewheel Ohio river passen
ger packet Robert Mitchell, James Paul master,
Feana itein clerk, leaves to-morrow sure for Gin
eunanti.
The renowned Charles Morgan follows the
Mitchell, and will leave here next Wednesday,
the 11th insat.
The James Boward, B. I. Pegram master, J.
H. Chassieg clerk, leaves to-morrow without
fall, at 5 p. mi., for Memphis, Cairo and St. Louis.
The Howard is a most desirable boat to travel on
tuhse hot days, for she has unusually wide
guards, a roomy cabin and spacious staterooms
a large as ordinary sized bedrooms, furnished
with every convenience, besides whloh she is fast
and sate, and sets a fne table.
On her way down this trip, and when within 15
iles of Donaldsonville, the Eureka broke a
wrist, and before the engines could be stopped, a
cylinder head, the replacing of which necessitated
her losing a trip, and postponing her excursion
to the sea shore until Thursday next, the 12th
Inst.
OCapt. Terrebonne regrets very much this meaci
dent, on account of disappointing the many who
had engaged to go with him. The Eureka will
leave on her next regular day, Monday, for the
Lafourche, and Thursday on her excnrsion.
The fine sidewheel coast and Bayou Lafourohe
packet Henry Tele, J. F. Anooin master M. H.
Landry clerk, leaves this 10 a. m. for Thibodaux.
The semi-weekly coast and Baton Rouge packet
Bt. John, Frank Bergeron master, J. 0. Bergeron
clerk, leaves to-d my at 12 m., punctually.
The eoast and Bayou iara United States mail
packet La Belle, in place of Govy. Allen, J. J.
Brown master, S. 8. Streak clerk, leaves to-day
at a p. m.
The Blne Wing No. 8, . A. Comstock master,
Messrs. Wood and Dean clerks, leaves to morrow
at 10 a. m., promptly, for the coast, Donaldson.
ville and the Ashland plantation, Asoension
parish.
The fleet Bart Able leaves to-morrow at 5 p. nm.
for Alexandria and Grand Ecore. Bichard ina
nift master, Geo. Hamilton clerk.
Capt. Joe Dalferes' regular semi-weekly Bayor
IAfourche packet Ella Hughes leaves to-morrqw
at 5 p. m. for Lockport. Mr. B. E. Albs has
charge of the office.
The Yazoo Valley, in place of the Natbchez, T.
B. Smith master, Frank Beck Jr., clerk, leaves
to-morrow at 6 p. m. for Vicksebrg and all mail
landings.
The seli-weekly coast and Bayou Lafourche
packet Assumption, P. A. Charles master, N. Z.
Dnpuil clerk, leaves to-morrow as usual at 5 p.m.
The steamer Blue Wing No. 8, from the upper
coast, strived on her usnal good time last even
I- is our pleasant duty to record the arrivsa
again of the steamer Bart Able from Grand
ore, with a good freight lst and a large num.
br of passengers. There never will be any
necessity of building railroads as long as we are
blessed with such fleet boats as the Burt Able.
How could it be otherwise when she is governed
by suobh an effiolent corps of oloers ?
To the oQicers of the steamer Bart Able we re
turn thanks for late Natehitoohes papers.
The steamer uasoo Valley, from Vacksburg, ar
rived on time last evening with afair trip, consist.
ing In part of 189 bales cotton, 25 sacks cotton
seed, 88 sacks oil cake, 6 hhds tobacco, 242 pkgs
fruit and sundries.
Capt. John Brown has laid his fine steamer
(ov. Allen up for repairs and has replaced her
with the La Belle. The La Belle is receiving to
leave at 5 p. m. to-day, with Mr. 8. S. Streack
"n charge of the office.
The U. H. Durfee leaves to.morrow, without
fail, for Shreveport. Walaoe McOhesneyin com-.
mand, John B. MoOhesney clerk.
The J. B. Williams, with her big tow of coal,
has arrived. The coal is consigned to A. Milten
beor & Co.
The Billy ollins lIaves to.morrow at S a. m.,
,from the head of Harvey's Oanal, for Grand
'Isle.
OCapt. Roger Boyle has the Ann B. at the wharf,
and will leave with her to-day for Old river,
where she will remain and run in connection
with some of the regular packets, most probably
with the Rtd river liue.
[By Telegraph.]
GIRItD, La., July 5.-To Capt. F. A. Blanks:
The Tom Parker will arrive Sunday, and leave
Wednesday for B&euf river, through to Eaeun's
Ferry. L. P. DELHOUSAYE, Master.
EXCHANGE CLIPPINGS.
The Chicago Tribune eays: " The steamer Ben
Drake gave Smith's new. angle reaction propeller,
wheel a fair trial yesterday, and when the fact le
taken into consideration that it was too large a
wheel for the Drake's motive power, it worked
quite satisfaetorily. The wheel in question is
live and one-half teet in diameter, when one five
feet would have answered. During her trip to
Evanston and return the average sveed attained
was nine miles an hour, and 108 revolutions
per minute were made by the wheel, whereas
145 revolutions had been made with
the old style wheel. The vessel
was checked up quickly yesterday, and was rap
idly backed in making landings. Captain Cox
is well pleased with the wheel, but desires a
smaller one, cr else he will reject it. The one
now on tthe Drake was intended for the tug Mo
sher, which has a double engine, and theref re
power sufficient to move it, but Mr. Dunham de.
aired the experiment to be made on the Drake,
and it was done. Mr. Smith has tented his wheel
on the Illinois river, and claims economy and
additional speed for it as comoared with others
now in general use. He says he can put a wheel
in the Drake that will run her twelve miles an
hour at least."
A CURIOUs STEAMBOAT.
[New York Times, June 28.]
A little steamboat has just arrived in this port
from Baltimore, which was propelled the entire
distance between the two cities without wheel or
screw. She now lies at the Atlantic Basin,
Brooklyn, sad will probably be exhibited in mo
tion before she leaves this city. She is called the
Alpha, and in outward appearance resembles the
lngboats bah pl in the harbor. Her length is
3 feet beart 101/ and depth about
ght feet. She is supplied with a pixteen-horse
power tubularp >ýt i drelvers a pump.
rod thq pomp to the and bowefthe vs
Sel st tlwo lines l 'foh strike the water
abnut three etbelow the surface. 'se otfp
drives trou eah pipe a two and one-hal inch
stream, who enters ta water through a seven
eighths-inol nozzle. With sixty pounds of steam
the pump makes 18Q,erokes a minute' each stroke
driving a str.am into the outer. body of water.
The inventidla f the resalt of many years of study,
and It is asserttd that it ean be applied to ocean
steamships with sucacess. I moving through
the water there is no ripple astern and but saliht
displsaceent peroeptible except at the bow. By
ehutting,off the discharge from the atenr pipes
and foroing the *ater thr~-uah the bow pipes the
bow is backed, and by using one bow and one
stern pipe she oan be turned in her own length.
The propelling power can also be used to steer
the boat, the nozzles being used alternately as
levers on the priuciple of the oar. The boat
consumes but a quarter of ton of coal per day,
and is considered to be well adapted for use on
the eanals.
.tT. Lools, July 8.-A quiet state cf expectan
oy in regard to the new steamboat company. It
is called the St. Louis and New Orleans Packet
Line, and is organizing, articles of association
having been filed at Jefferson City. Place of
business, ht. Louis, Missouri; place of opera
tions, Mississippi and Ohio rivers and their trib
utaries. The directors are W. F. Davidson,
John N. Bofinger, B. B. Pegram, E. A. theble
and Thos. W. Shields. Capital stock, $41,000.
The company will charter all the steamers they
want. This enterprise is similar to the, line run
ning between New Orleans and Shreveport.
lhe Grand Bepublic loads for New Orlean
after the Tolles in the Pool Line. That assooea
tion has not been dissolved.
OCICINATI, July 8.-tCapt. Alex. Halliday,
whose steamer Gazelle was burned at Jackson
ville, Florida, a few days sine", has been in
Philadelphia and Bridgeport, consulting Fowler,
inventor of Fowler's patent wheel, which he in
tends introducing onja new steamer to be built at
Cincinnati by Capt. Perry Tharp. The Fowler
wheel will also be used on Oapt. . H. Drown's
new Southern packet Golden Crown, in place of'
the old style audder. It assistd in propelling as
well as steering the boat.
The first cotton boll of the season was exhibit
ed at the Cotton Exohange, in Memphis, last
Friday, and it comes in a month earlier than last
year. The boll shown was from Surrounded Hill,
Ark., and was gathered from the Edmondson
Plece.
SLorohesviLLJily 8 -The new boat Capt. John
Cannon is going to build will be a perfect gem of
grace and beauty. The Howards are busy, and
aspt. Ed. site Up of nights studying ease, grace
ful motion, strength, durability and carrying ca
pacIty. There's no doubt about it, shell worry
the bad Bob Lee any day in the week, and we
suggest she be called the "John W. Cannon."
OCat. Jack Blanks' boat, building at Barmore's,
will be a bird when she's finished.
MARINE NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT,
July 6, 1877. 5
Cleared Yesterday.
SSchr Sunbeam, Kain, for Montego Bay- F Roder
Arrived.
No arrivals from sea yesterday.
STRAMBOATS.
Yamo Valley, Smith, from Vicksburg
Bart Able, 8innott. from Grand Ecore
Robt Young, Ransom, from Upper Coast
Blue Wing No 3, Comstock, from Upper Coast
SGov Allen. Brown. from Baven Bara
Eureka, Terrebonne, from Thibodaux
Isabel, O'Pry, from Lower Coast
La Belle, Wood, from Donaldsoovi le
Experts.
MONTEGO BAY-Per schr Sunbeam--100 bbls
flour 15 bbls pork 10 bbls beef 10 bbls rice 4 bbls
meal 2 hf bbls whisky 4 bf bbls sugar 5 bales' obscco
I tierce hams 2 tierces lard 10 bra do 2 boxes bacon 2
firkins butter 2 bhxs do 75 eaks corn 230 pkgs sundries
11,000 feet lumber 20,000 shingles
Imports.
RUATAN-Per schr Richard P. Locke-8000 plan.
tains 2000 bunches bananas 10,000 cuceanots 240 pine
apples 6 bbls limes G Grande
Reeelpts of Produce.
VICKSBURG--Per steamer Yasoo Valley- 31
bales cotton Richardson & May-16 Hall & Stringer
--13 Cra g & Hogan-11 Mover Wets &co-3 S Hen
derson- H. & C Newman-2 Moses Clark-2 T L
Airey &co-9- Payne, Kennedy &co--2 S B Newman
&co..g Graham, Black &co-2 Clapp Bros Aco- 1
Biekham & Moore--00 do compressed Morgan's Line
--25 acks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed Association
--337 sacks ollcake Hall & Stringer- 37 bbls oil 3
hhds tobacco Beadles, Wood &co-3 do E H Wilson
I& Mills-1 bbl wax S Henderson-1 bundle hides H
Groebel-1 bale do 1 toe do 8 hides Meyer Well-l
bbl do Hayv & Mehle-1 bale wool 1 bag doE Adler
1 do G A Vincont-1 bale moss Lehman, Abraham &
o--io bbls potatoeIfirsoal, Adl ,r &co--H (To Chas
Gallagher.. 242 pkgs fruit and sundries to order
Total 189 bales cotton 25 sacks cotton seed 337 sacks
ollcake 37 bbls oil 6 hhds tobacco
GRAND ECORE-- Per steamer Bart Able--3
bales cotton C L Walmsley &oo-4- S Friedlander-2
Chaf'e, Hamilton & Powell-- R T Buckner & Bro
i 2 Payne, Kennedy &co-t Meyer, Weis too-l Naile
I & Cammack-13 sacks cotton seed N O Cottrin Seed
Assooiation-8 bhds sugar 1 bbl do Conger & Kelly
9do Payne, Kennedy &,o-1 bag wool ±. Lacassagne
- 1 bbl wax 3 bdle bides H H Hansell--7 hides I
Bloom &co-S bbls potatoes Odell & Wright-1 sack
seed E F Virgin-i rack wool 1 bdl peltries A Adler
-1 bale wool S Friedlander-2 bbls potatoes Post &
Hobby -5 do Stephens & Stork..2 pkgshides E P
Delavallade..5 do L Terrebonne-1 do 1 bag wool F
Duffour-3L head sheep W B Clarke--45 do 55 ht ad
cattle Noel & Wooten-14 do G Brown-1 do C Mehle
&co-sundries to order-Total 14 bales cotton 13 soks
cotton seed 8 hhda sugar 3 bbls do 70 head cattle 76
heal sheep
BAYOU SARA-Per steamer Guy Allen-2
bales cotton Norwood & Richards-1 Meyer, Weis &
co--1 Alonus, Scherok & Autey-12 salts seed cotton
E J Gay &co--33 bales moss Odell & Wright-2 half
bbls honey G A Vincent-sundries to order-Total 4
bales cotton 19 seks seed cotton 33 bales moss
THIBODAUX- Per steamer Eureka--2 bales
mass and sundries to order
LOWER COAST- Per steamer Isabel-sundries
to order
DONALDSONVILLE--l'er steamer La Belle
sandries tp order
UPPEK COAMT-Per steamer Robert Young
sundries to order
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Blue Wing No 3
sundries to order
RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
Covington..Per schr F M Pippo--3 bales wool 9
bags do 5 coops poultry 2 coops turtles 2 boxes eggs
i00 bbls sand to order
Horn Island-Per schr Two Sons-450 bbls sand to
order
Bonfouca-Per schr Laura-40 cords wood master
Blind River-Per schr Moqterey--40 cords wood
to mast.r
Tangphaboa-Per schr Ann McGuinn- 500 bbls
shells to order
Jordan River-Per schr Leander Jane-2o;000 feet
lumber to order
Bayou Lacombe-Per schr Mary Ann-- 00 bbls
charcoal to master
RECEIPTS AT THE OLD BASIN.
Bayou Lacomle--Per schr Modestt-15,000 bricks
to older
Pasoagoula-Per sohr New Star-1000 bbls char
coal to master
Pearl River..--Per schr Emma Jane--30.000 feet
lumber to order
Pearl River-Per schr Ethel-34,000 feet lumber to
order
LaChinche-Per schr Lake Flower 50 bales moss
to order
Pass Manchac-Per schr Alciope--35 cords wood
to waster
Tangipahoa-.-Per schr Pippo----55 cords wood to
master
Blind River-Per echr Clementine--18,000 staves
to order
Biloxi-Per schr Back Bay-1200 bbls charcoal to
master
blandeville-Per echr I'Eclair -28 cords wood to
mast r p
Tehefuncta River-- schr Emma Amelia- 45
cords wood to master
Bonfouca-Per schr Mew-20 cords wood master
Tehefuncta River- Per echr Rebecca --40 bbls
sand t9 order
PIas' Ma chac-Per sohr Pomme d'Or- 25 cords
wood to master
By Railroads.
NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND NORTHERN
RAILROAD.
July 5-4 bales cotton Alcus, Scherck & Autey-2
Allen, Nugent &co-2 Lehman, Abraham &co--t C L
Walmsley &co-1 R T Buckner & Bro-1 Richardson
& May-Total It bales cotton
9 hhds tobacco Beadlls Wood &co-3 do Gunther
& Stevenson-140 pkgs beer F Hollander --4 boxes
Ieaches T J I arver-1 soda fountr T a Waterman-1
sack peas Kerr & Selles-1 car lumber W W W Walker
-5 boxes eggs Randolph & Dunnica---- bbla apples
Stephens & Stork--6 bbls onions C H Schenck -9
bdls green bides 1 bdl dry do Fitzpatrick & Hall-I
car wood Pflster & T--l do Chandler & A-5 boxes
eggs H DelBondie--53 sacks bran Miller, Dolhonde
&co--46 do 113 obls foor Vairin & Mortimer-- rQ
do T A Hamilton &oo- -1 baggy, poles and straps J
Reagar--1 bag bark Kueble l& It- bba peas Wang
& Cottam-12 bags potatoes Clark & Meader-- 1 car
rnmber H Otis-1 car cattle Aycook, Mitchell &co-l
ease mdose ea es & Bwling--i-,e mase 0Co Mc&
Gonnigle-I ompy s sdemiJohai A Finllay he-i bear
keg F Hollalnder--9 bis pianos P Wlersin- eae J
ell--15 ases mids H & N Sslory---8 ues beets
add shoes H Stern &oo-Sl bbls onions Hurst A&e
13 bxs drugs F N Thayer--1 cas extracts J Gleason
-10 oases matches John I Adams eo..85 tub onut
ter I S Keep Sons--16 bdle paper J Meyer-1 box
tea P F Gogarty-1 bbl coloring J Dreyilu--l bbl
hardware MoNeely & Milburn--9 boxes boots a-d
shoes F P Martine.-4 cases shoes E Dprre--Total
10 hhds tobacco 524 sacks bran 313 bbls dour 21 bble
onions 15 tubs butter
July 4-5 bales cotton to Payne, Kennedy &co--4
do Warren, Atkinson &co-- Richardson & May-i
Meyer, Weis &oo-Total 13 bales cotton
9 hhds tobacco E H Wilson &r. Mill--60 bbls onions
Miller & Meyer-23 bbls highwires C Dyle--305 bbl
flour T A Hamilton &oo-2 r orkers R M & B J Mont.
g-mery-4 s+ da fountains 1 tub flxturss 1 box do T S
Waterman-1 eLgine 1 ear iron M Schwartz & Bro
lot old machinery A Baldwin &co----4 pkge beer 1
jar butter H Re lwitz--3 bh bbls apples 8 ephens &
Stork..10 beer kegs F Hollander-5 sacks peas Wang
& Cottam-3 do S Henderson-2 cars wood Cbandler
& A-- I egg cases L D Meun--- 3 bbls apples OH
tehenok--56 bals twine Stone & Tutt-10 bb's whis
kv 10 pkgs do Prudhomme & Brlggs-26 oads tobacco
Wackerbarth & Joseph-85 pkgs tobacco J J Irby &
Son-1 box books P Maspero &co--24 boxes bacon
Clapp Bros &oo-2.0 firkins butter 18 tabs do 50 boxes
obeese Schwabaoher & Hirsch-- CO do 30 flrklnb out
tsr C H Lawrence Aco-18 rolls leather A Braun-5
stoves 10 pots H Haller-1 bbl wine Hookine si L,-
bales hops J J Weoekerling-10 cases matohes Mce
Grath & Compton..10 do John I Adams &0o--10 do
Leehte & Corde-95 do M McGraw---56 do Smith
Bros &co-15 do IH Poblmann & So--20 do H R Go
grove-100 empty boxes W King &co-1 bx hardware
L Grunewald-i bx mdee B T Walshe-- bx drugs
G R Finlay &oo..-14 eases boots and shoes H & N
Samory--5 bbls wine H E Shropshire--9 cabinets
Clark & Hofeline-9 sets wheels 4 bdls do J Schwarts
-4 cases shoes Page & Moran-91 eases boots and
shoes F P Martines-4 cases shoes E Marquese &eo
-14 do H Stern &co-3 do R F W Bachm n-i case
corsets L Blum-1 case mdae H Goldsmith-2 boxes
mice Folsom Bros--I box hardware F N Thayer-i
crate earthenware E Offner-2 do I Levi &co-17 bbls
onions M Stich & Son-89 do E Doherty -15 cases
bitters Rsreshide & Maes-25 bihs whisky 19 tierces
hams Hirsoch, Adler &co-5 do J Nelson &co--I2 do
M Shelly &co--13 rolls leather 1 box saddlery I bbl
hardware M W Smith-28 bbls onlons G W Davison
&co-35 rolls leather J Frank &co-37 do J E Merihl
--sundries to order- Total 9 hhds tobacoo 305 bbls
flour nS bbls highwlees 41 bbls whisky 10 pkgs do 29
tierces hams 194 bbls onions
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILBOAD.
July 5-333 bales cotton Decan, Zerega &co--300
bbls rosin Chess, Carley &co-70 do Simpson & Tri
con-l00 bbls lime J G Ulark-8 bble twine E C Pal
mer &co-t4 crates grape4 Berry too--t antk o W
P Converse Jr &oo-- hbd hams a bb do Vose Bros
8 bales wo,.l H L McKeon &c.--25 boxes pears C H
Schenek-6 bis tomatoesJno T Harrie &co-10 Coks
bacon H K Converse..9 cases mdse H Spire--19 poe
iron pipe H D Coleman & Bro-4 bdls paper OG Fin
lay &o--l wagon C M Soria-140 pkgs beer A Walz
-sundries to order-Total 333 bales cotton
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS BAIL
ROAD.
July 5-i6 bales cotton A Tertron--i hhd sugar
Bush & Levert-19 dry hides Rykoski & Manade-
bbls rice 30 sacks potatoes L Terrebonne--5 do J M
Walsh-- hf bales moss 1 bdlgr hides V H Beonard
5 bales moss S T Danois-- do J A Bourg-10 do
Odell & Wright- 1 bag wool H Carstens--6 bales
mess L Sarle &oo-Total Sd bales cotton 1 hhd sugar
Per steamsip Josephine from Cl nton--46 bales
hides 17 seaeks wool C A Whitney &eo--1 bale cotton
Clapp Bros &co-270 sacks oats Glover & Odendahl
163 do Jno Phelrs &oo-2-93 head cattle C Menle &oo
-Total I bale cotton
From Galveston -4 bales cotton C A Whitney &oo
-6 bxhis o r sides Miller, Dolhonde &o-Total 4 bales
cotton
ARRIVED YESTERDAY
No arrivals from sea
HTEAMBOAT,.
Jaoe Howard, Pogram. from St Louis
Katie, White, fnrom Greenvie
Rice Farmer, Raid, from Lo oer Coast
Henry Tote, Ancoin. from Th bodaux
St John, Bergeron. from Baton Rouge
Martha. Bassett, from Pott Eads
Mary ld Huis,. from Upper Ceost
Joe B Williams, Williams, from Pitteburg. with
9 coalboats
Isabel, O'Pry, from Lower Coast
Alice, Porter, from Amite River-New Basin
RECEIPTS YESTERDAY
ST LOUIS-Per steamer Jas Howard---l0 head
hogs order-6 boxes mdte D 1[ Kinman---200 sacks.
malt G ASer--LO hf bbls beef John I Adams &co-
200 bdls broom handles Archer & Borland-25 bbls
flour 20 hf do and sundry mdse O It T Co-loo bbla
cornmeal I Bloom &oo----1S0 acks malt P Blaise- I
case saws Branch, Crookes &co---50 acks malt J A
Blaft'er &co--lO hhds tobacco order- 5 pkgs mdse S
T Blesine--15 bbls oil A Baldwin &do--2 0 boxes
raisins Cochrane & Cazers--8a0 kegs lead J G Clark
-3 hf cks sides 4 boxes eggs 66 bales bay H DelBon
dlo-25 hf bbls lard 300 kegs do C H Dolsen--l10 kegs
butter 6 boxes bacon F it )elBondio---26 pkga yarn
J D Edwards--100 hf bbls fliur Forcheimer Bros--8
cases m 'eo Frlash, Lewis &co--50 cnsks bott edr beer
ItR G (ogreve..1 bx mdse Queyrouzse & Boei-30 te
laid F Crook-168 bbls floor Gordon & Gomila---445
do 80 half do 15 bbls cornmeal 226 bbls grits ·5 bbls
flour 1224 sacs oats 200 seacks bran Glover & Oden
dahl-487 0o Jno T Gibboll &co-10 kegs butter W
Hf Holmes &co-2B bbls whisky J Henderson--2 bxs
mdse £ J Bare &co- 7 do A W -vait-5 Itoves and
fixtures H Haller--5 ke;s butter E S Keep & Sms
7 boxes bacon J R Ke't &co - 3 kegs lead Keilet &
Sincer- 0o sks mall W F Klump--3 tsoo lard 23 pkgs
butter H T Lawler--3 do C i Lawrence &oo-.7
nkgs mdae I L Lyons-I66 sacks corn 100 bbls flour 5
bbls pork WH Matthews & Bro---25 bbls grits Mc
Grath & Compton--I pag- butter John T Moore &
co--S0 boxes eggs Miller & Meyer--5 boxes candy L
MoffattAco--6 ikgs mdse J C Morris--14 pkgs but
ter J l soon &co-99 sacks oste 279 bales hay COnas
PleMasants-3 , kgs whitelead G PetardIll0 do C
Potthoff-46 hf bbls flour G Pascal &co- 3 pkgs mrse
Quinlan & Jinan--140 segs whitelead 199 stoves etc
Ricoe, Born &oo--B boxes mdse R Rhodes-1916 sacks
oats Rogers & Mitchell-40 hfbbls beef 35 kegs but
ter Russell & Hall -45 hhds bacen 13 casks bacon s0
bbls pork 100 bbl cornmeal 103 bales hay 191 pkgs
butter 3 bbls hams 75 boxes cheese 7 casks bhc n
Schwabaeher,!Frowenfeld a Pfeifer-1 bbi whisky
Schwabacher & Hirsch--20 cases lead L Schwartz
--6 bales hay 65 bales straw Simpson & White-77
pigs Iron 130 pkgs whitelea I 50 bdlt l mdse Stauffer,
Macreadv &Eo --00 sacks bran W BSchindler--.817
sacks eats 94 tiereces lard 141 kegs do Sobwabaeher &
Hirech--6 kegs whiteleoad S M Todd--i bbls whisky
str Leasie Taylor-20 casks bacon 3 tterces hams 235
bales hay 675 sacks bran 212 sacks corn Vairin &
Mortimer-325 do O 8 Wood--25 do MoMill n Bro,
-45 bbls bottled beer 3 cks meat 20 casks bacon 60
boxes bacon E Vorster--10 bbls whisky 15 bbis corn
meal 195 bble dflour 15 half do and sundry m s C A
Whitnev &co-100 sks malt J J Weckerling--5 pkgs
mdse B J West-19 pkgs butter Znberbier & Behan
-256 sks rye W F Stlingfellow-o10 ok bottled beer
E R Wiems &co--6 bdls paper R Buckner----58 bales
hay 167 sacks bran Chas Pleasants--990 sacks oats
Joe West &co-180 do Schwah·acher & Hirsch-o360 do
Howard & Preston--l106 do Rogers & Mitchell-1072
do H T Lawler--t4 pkgs trait Ut H Schenk--8 cows
C Mehle &oo--150 bbls cornmeal 75 bbls pork 15
casks bactn 19 tubs butter 1500 sacks oats 25 sacks
bran and sundry mdse order-TotaI 10 hhds tobacco
GREENVILLE-Per steamer Katie-- 9 bales cot
ten Richardson & May-- 6 8 B Newiman &co..4 J L
Harris &o--3 Alcus, Scherek & Autey--l Graham.
Black &co-l Ar Miltenbel'ger & Polloo0k-Il P J
Cockbnrn-1 Jno Phelps &co-il Doiese &co--l
(umbe--490 seaks cotton seed N O Coetton 'eed As.
sociation-131 pkss fruit and sondrles to order-Total
26 bhale cotton 490 sacks cotton seed
LOWER COAST Per steamer Rice Fasrmer
sund ies to order
LOWER COAST----Pez steamer Isabel-lot moss
and sundries to order
THIBODAUX--Per steamer Herry Tete--18 hhds
sugar H Buckner-12 do A Broussean & Son-154
sacks rough rice V H Bernard-sundries tI order-
Total 30 hhds sugar 154 sacks rounoh rice
BATON ROUGE--Per steamer St John-14 bales
mosn 13 bides H Groebel-sundries to order
PORT EADS-Per steamer Mdrtha--sundries to
order
UPPER COAST--Pcr steamer Mary Ida-sundrlea
ti order
I'ITTSBURG-Per towboat Joe B W illiams with
9 coal boats--7U6,000 bbls c al to C A Miltenberger
BY RAILROAD
NEW ORLEANS AND TeXAS RAILROAD
* July 4-27 hhds sugar Richard Millik n--3 bble
molasses Lanaux & Sons
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
July 4-12 bales mdes K Mandell &co--8 pkgs
paper G A Whitn y &co-5 do H Levv &co-' cake
leatber A Thormehle -170 pkgs beer G Yalets-20
hhds ba on or.er-2 ccrs pig iron Leeds &c--7 bxra
peaches A Caron &co--.95 obils spokes J F M. yer
10 bbls gasoline J Calliott 1 caese cigars GR F'inlay
&co-.0 ess nut, St Soria----14 bhxes eggs Miller &
Meyer-40 p.gs tobacco order--l box machinery J P
Laher- 3 refrigerators Mi ler & D)ielman----2 mill
stones Kip & Ruch-56 tbis whisky Ecaey & Wolff
-2 crates crockery order--2 pkge muse RM & B J
Mootgomery-I21 do GW W Goodw n--I onugar pane
B J W est-- car stock orde, r--1 bale ctton J L tiear
ris &co--5 coops poultry A Valeton &co--' 0 sacks po
t-tes 6 bbls potrtoes 25 bbls turprnmiuce Simpson &
Tricou--10 bbls rosin R F Gerge--21 pkgs empty
bottles Thes Keatiag--25 tierces hams L Reder &co
-215 do Schmidt & Ziegler--to :kgs whisky Blager
hoff & H-- bbl wiskyv R Eageth-2 tanas oil W P
Cooversejr &co-2 coops poultry 2 boxes eggs Meri
no & Toca..50 bbls whisay Prudh mme & drigge
34 hf hhds bacon behwabacher & Hirsch--15 tieres
hams 33 bs jibe Schwaanbcher Frowenfeld & Pleifer
-50 bbls whisky Frdberg, K &eo---15 hale, mde
Lebman. Abraham &o--3 do W H Letchford &co--1
do Wallace. Cary &co..-49 wheelbarrows. Wilson
Chi;ds &co..2 hoxes mdse Rice. B ,rn &co-9 pkgs
glassware A Douason--esnndrieb to order-Total 1
bale co ton
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD
July 4-140 eacks po'atoes Lange & Legendre 47
do Jr M Wabh-si do F P Sv do cke onions
r 3 bales m order-is do V lH ]B -7 do Odel L
Stoe 9 ek onloio 3 balsa moi L " errebonne-mu
drils to eaer
LIST OF VESSELS
Up, Cleated and Sailed fer New Orleans.
JULY 5. 1877.
NEW YORK.
Steamship Hudson, Ga ger............. ld June30
Steamship New York Quik..........eld June30
Bark Mary C Bale, Higgne..........eld one 5
Bark Halcyon, Harde ...............aield JuLy 92
IhAVRE.
Ship Lizzie Moses, Cox................eld June 1.4
HAVANA
Balk Christina, Sareda ............... l Juno 18
LIVERtOOL,.
Bark Daniel iDraper, Sede'gly........ Id June 24
SHIELDS, ENG,
Bark Prcuse.........................ai..ld June 14
BORDEAUX.
Bark Ste Genevieve, Demenrant...... ld May 29
Bar k Alphene et Marie, Prives.....ldg May 28
Bark Leopold at Marie, Leacally ....ldg May 28
Bark Gee W Sweeney, Hewett......sld June 2
MARSEILLES.
Brig Aurora, Messia............... ldg June 28
STEAMSHIPS.
TEXAS.
MORGAN LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
The following low-pressure Iron Steamships
form these lines:
HARLAN, I. C, HARRIS. W. G. HEWES.
MORGAN, JOSEPHINE, ST. 1ARY
GUSSE WHITNEY, HUTOHINSON
CLINTON, CITY OF NORFOLK,.
Plying from Morgan City, in connection with
Morganas Louisiana and Texas Railroad.
For Indlanola, via Galveston
MONDAY and THURSDAY.
Through bills lading signed to Houston and
to all points beyond on the Houston and Texas
Central and G. H. and H. A. R. R., International
and Great Northern Railroad, via Clinton, and
the Tea Transportation Comcany,
Freight charged as per new card rates.
Ban Antonio freights received and forwarded
via Gulf, Western Texas and Pacific Railway
and Cuero,
For Brazos Santiago
The iron steamer a
I. C. HARRIS
Will leave Morgan City on
.--, July -.
Lighterage at Brazos Eantlago at risk and ex
pende of consignees.
Freight received for and bills ladine signed
only to Brownsville, lia Rio Grande Railroad,
as per new tariff, less 3 per cent, until further
notice.
Freight payable in gold.
For Corpus Christi, Fulton and
St. Mary's, via Rockport-The iron
steamer MORGAN,
Will leave Morgan City on
, July -, at- m,
Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at risk
and expense of consignees.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at
Rock ort.
Fre ht for all the above points received at the
Depot Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad,
foot of Lafayette street. daily, until 5 p. m.
PASSENGER AND MAIL ROUTE.
For Galveston, Houston and Indianola.
Passengers take Railroad Ferryboat foot of St.
Ann street, at 7:30 a. m., reaching Morgan City
at 11:15 a. m., there connecting with steamers
MONDAY for Galveston and Indianoll.
TUE'DAY for Galveston and Houston.
THURS OAY for Galveston and Indianola.
SATURDAY for Galveston and Houston.
First class fare to Shreveport $25-Time, 45
hours.
Exeqrsion tickets for the round trip to Gal
veston and return, good for thirty days, issued
at $21.
Tickets and staterooms secured until 5. p. m.
daily (Sundays excepted), at Agent's office, or at
the Ferry Landing, on morning f departure.
Through tickets wiill be issued from this office
to the principal points on the Houston Texas
Central Railroad, on the Ii ernational and
Groat Northern Railroad, and Texas and Pacific
Railroad.
C. A. WHITNEY & CO.,. Agents,
jet ly Corner Magazine and Natchez sts.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
SiCtOiGAN LNE STEAMIHIP$.
The following At Iron Steamships
form this line
LONE STAR. ALGIERS,
N tW YORK,. MORntAN CITY,
ELLA KNIGH P. AGNES.
The Iron Steamship
NEW YORK
will leave Algiers
TUESDAY. July 0.,
Connecting atNew York with st amshivs ELLA
KNIGH C and AGNES for Philadelphia.
INSUR&ACE TO NEW YORK X,
Freight for the above port received t the depot
of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, foot
of Lafayette street, daily until 5 p. m.
For freight apply to
CHAS. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents.
jel ly Cor. Natchez and Magazine streets.
HAVANA.
FOR HAVANA, CEDAR KEYS AND KEY
WEST.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
The first-class steamship
MARGARET,
Baker, Commander.
will leave, from foot of Calliope street, on
TUESDAY, June 26, at 8 P. M.
Passage rates to Havana, $4o; Excursion tick
ets, $so.
Passage rates to Jacksonville, $to, including
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading Issued to all points in
Florida.
For Freight or passage apply to
I. K. ROBERTS. 120 Common street,
Over Louisiana National Bank.
The steamship -- , follows on July -,
my6 ly
VIRGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN
dersigned is the sole agent for the sale of
these well known and highly prized ROOFING
SLATPS. Keeps, also, on hand a full supply
of VER RIONT GREEN AND PURPLE S1,A I'P
of the best qualities, and a full line of PENN
SYLVANIA SI A'TES. of Bangor, Franklin and
other wel known quarries. We invite the
closest inspection on the part of builders, con
tractors and practical sisters.
ALEXANDER HILL,
js13m 110 Carondelet street,
Meat Stalls Nos. 8'1 & 38 Magazine Market.
Supplies Shins. Families, Hotels. etc., with
EGGS, VEGETABLES,
FOWLa, utton
Pork, sausagres Trlpe.W4s,, ite,
And everything the market affords.
MARTIN LANNE8. Ja., Butcher.
V egetable Stalle Noe. 11 & 12 Magazine Marret
STEAMBOATS.
OHIO RIVER.
REGULA. N81 ATL LOVj AND
OBAT. MIT ACHELL,
James Paul masteAY Frank 7tein, c'rk
will leave as above. n-Tor freight opassenger assge ap
ply on board, or to
WAYNE & WILLIAMS,
jy3 106 Gravier street.
REGULAR CINCINNATI LOUIKtVILLE AND
NlW OftLEANS PACKET.
Leaves on WEDNEDAY. July lth. t mI
• esg FORCINOINsAT I, LOUISVID1LLE.
Evansville, Henderson. Shawnee
town, Paducah, Ca ro, Memphis and
all intermediate points-The passenger steamer
CHAN. MORGAN,
Albert Stein, master, Harry W. Stein, clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
WAYNE & WILLIAM..,
jelo 106 Gravier street.
ST. LOUIS.
ST. LOUIS AND CAIRO.
ST. LOUIS AND NIW ORLEANS PACKET
COMPANY.
L FOR ST. LO)UIS, CAIRO. MEM
phis and the Bends,-The fine steam
JAMES HOWARD.
B. R. Pegram master, J. H. Chassaing. clerk,
Leaves SATURDAY. July 7, at 5 p. m.
Through passenger tickets to Bismarek and
Dead Wood. Dakota. via St. Paul, Minn. Round
trip tickets to Mt. Paul good to October 15.
Through bills of lading, via Cairo and St.
Louis, to all points North and West.
J. B. WOODS & 00., Agents,
jy6 No. 104 Common street.
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW OBLEANS AND OUACHITA IIVEB
OUACHITA CITY. TRBNTON AND MONROE
Weekly Ouachlta CIty I. S. ail Packet.
Leaves eery WEDNESAY. at . m.
4OR OUACHITA CITY, TEEN
teMonr and all townlanding
A The steamer
JOHN H. HANNA,
(In place of Ouachita Belle,)
J W. Blanks, master. Joe Holmes. clerk,
Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the
right to refuse any landing except mail land
ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or
to
Capt. F. A. BLANKS. President.
RITE & CARLIN. BBITTON re&IPPLER,
JAZINEY & WORK, LORD & MoPEAKE, Arts
P. .--Has regular connection with all the
tributaries, fell tf
OPELOUSAS.
REGULAR OPEIOUBAS PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY. ata .
SasPortBarrie, Simmsport1Ohure b
vile, and all landings on the Oest
Atchafala Rie a i nd Bayou Oourtableau-The
new and light-draft steamer
LEBSIE TAYLOR,
(In place of Sandy No. 2,)
H. H. Broan, master. E. Quatrevaux, and J. B.
Schmit. clerk, .
will leave as above. For freig t or paseng ap
ply on board or to BBITTON PPLEB.
81 Gravier street.
R. W..ADAMS.
ja2 tf 21 Commercial Place.
P. .--Connects closely with steamer Minnie
for Bayou do Glaize. Also gives through bills
lading to Bayou Bceuf.
GRAND ISLE.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT,
In Connection with the Grand Isle Hotel.
The light draft steamer
BILLY COLLINS,
Mike McSweeney. master, J. Wise. clerk,
Will make regular trips during the season.
Leave head of Harvey's t anal every TUESDAY
and SATURDAY at a a. m. Returning leaves
Grapd Isle every MONDAY and THU RtDAY
at 7 a. m., arriving at the ci y Monday and Thurs
day a 5 p. m. Touehing at Willoz wharf each
way. Fare each way s2 5o.
special arrangements made with parties of
Exursionists. For further particulars apply
on board or to HITE & CARLIN,
4 Tehoupitoulas street
P. 8.-The steam ferry that connects with the
boat leaves the head of Louisiana Avenue every
five minutes. my30 tf
LOWER COAST
LOWE. COAST UNITED STATES MAIL
DAILY LTNE ( t'TNDAYS EXC% FTXiD.
FOR PORT EADS, THE FORTS,
Burasu . Quarantine, Pointe-a-la
Hache and way landings-The swift
low-pressure Pullmtn a ace steamer
MAR HA,
W. S. Basse't master,
leaves TUESDAYS and THUOSDAYS at 1o
a. m., SATURDAYS at5 p. m. (extending Satur
day trip to Pilot Town. S"mthwest Pass); return
Ing Monday mornings, Wednesday and Friday
evenings.
The A No. 1 steamer
• master.
leaves MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYSH, at 10 a. m.; returning alternate days.
Excursion tickets $5 (good on either boat.)
For freight or passage apply on board, be
twoen Conti and St. Louis streets, or to
jyl JOHN McMAI '.8, 572 Magazine street.
SHIPS.
. FOR LIVERPOOL.
FOR LIVERPOOL-The Al American
ship SABINO. M. Farmer, master, is now
loading at Post 34. First District. for the
above port. For frei htappl CO.,to
A. H. MILLER & CO.,
je2 35 Carondelet street.
"DOMESTIC."
Having completed arrangements with the
Domestic Sewing Machine Company for the
Southern agency of their celebrated machines,
I now 'offer them to the public at the Lowe- t
Cash and Time Rates.
These machines are warranted to be the light
eat running, most durable, and simplest in con
struction of any lock-stitch manhine made.
A new stock of Domestic and "Grover andl
Baker" machines just received.
Grover and Baker Sewing Machine Depot.
H. H. TRUE,
No. 5 Chartres street, New Orleans.
8a153m
INbURANCE OIL.
THE BEST FAMILY SAFE'PY OIL.
THE INSUBANCE OIL is the only illuminat
ing oil that has the full indorsement of all the
leading Insurance Companies of Europe and
America.
"The sample of Insurance Oil stands the high
est test of flash and burning point of any oil
ever tested for the Committee."-New York
Board of Underwriters.
"For illuminating purposes the Insurance Oil
is Perfectly Safe."-New Orleans Board of
Health.
"It is our opinion that the general use of the
Insurance Oil would greatly reduce the number
of lamp fires and explosions, and lessen the risk
of destruction to life and property."-NewOr
leans Board of Underwriters.
Fathers and mothers who desire the safety of
their children and homes should use the
INSURANCE OIL.
Put up in best barrels and also
. NEW PATENT FAUCET CANS.
For sale by
Puroline and Portable Gas Light Co.
95 and 97 Gravier street. New Orleans.
And by JERVEY. PETTIT & CO..
Galveston. Houston and Austin, Texas.
mv3 tf •
DENTISTRY.
J. R. WAL K E R, D. D. S.,
Ne. 180 Delerd Stret,
-Latest Improvements and best styles of both
Operative and echanical Detistr at most
Moderate Prioes. Contour Filling, specialty
inlrtt
STEANMBOATE.
U.SE RIVE B.
r. Belld. ue. Texas,
C. H, Durce, Ao as, ltas No. a.
W. J. renan, Bonnie Le, Daw
i ql~~tion. .Upper Bed River
Vonahaa. Grand aer. n
drlqandjway and plantation Iandsnga--Lease
n folows:
FOR ShR v POBT AND JEFFERSON.
C. N. ouree W. H. Mech a ey master.
Leaves SATYURDAY, July ; at 5 p. m.
o wharbost oharges. drayage or commislion
wil _beocharged at mouth , ,od liver, orao
y rleans. In forwardng frelght consigned
otecompany by ill lading. _ cng
RBetrnting boats leave Shreveport T'ueedayl.
Tnhursday and Saturdays. . .
or frhtopassage a on board of tO
oats. or.t the offie of the compa y. N. 111
waviKerste. O.MLE dent.
HTEcOABLIN, BRITTON &
15a LORD & MoPEAK.E Aentl.
Memi-Weekly Grand Ecere Paekets.
SFORB GRAND ECORE MO".
Sormery, Alexandria, Bormere,
isteamers-- ]barin's and way landings-Thel
steamers
Nw sart Abl, B. Slnnott, master,
Leaves every [SATURDAY. at S p. m.
Will leave regularly above. For freight or
passage apply on board or to
R. W. ADAMS,
No. 21 Oommercial Plioe.
P. &-Wfll answer halls on the Coast, and for
ward freight consigned to steamer Bart Able
free of charge. a
VICKBUD7G.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
r Leaves e.ryo TUia Dyate . p,.
pnsdt Bed and interd
paeegAsteamer
Winm. eampell. aster.
A. Mo ay and Jno. H. MosMp clerks.
leaves s above, eore.eting at rVlsbnrge wlt
mo sd for inton Yaa ooo. Bu te
Bo W. ADA
dn HITE ABLI. A Renta.
r Will give through Bills of Ladn to Trenton,
Monroe., and all stations on Vlekebura. Sreve
port and Texas Batlroad via Delta, La.
W-.. B. BOKETT, Agent. as magazineT t.
uNITED STATES MAIL B 'AHET.
Leaxeve THURSDAY at a n. m.
O OB RE VIL , VICKSBURG
and the Bends-The fine and fast
'n ea e paket
(In place of the Frank Pargoud.)
!.M. Witeo.master. k. ktoim ., ork.
Wil lerive as aboye. connecting at Vilcksbtu
withllte'"Parlsot Line" for all poInts on YaP',
asd Tallahathle rivers. This boat reserves the
right to pass all landings that the Captain e ay
consider unsafe. For freight or pas., age apply.
on board, or to
JANNb & AWORK,
R W. . DAMS,
Will give through Bills of Lading to TrentonL
Monroe. and all stations on Vlekaburg. ebavtew
port and Texas Railroad via Delta. La.
mh. B W. B. BItO KETT.
Leavese R ATUiAY.aP.M
l.N teh.and t all intermediate land
ming-The passenger packet
YAO0 'VALLEY,
(In place of Natchez,)
T. B. Smith. master. Frank Beck and W. Wl
son, clerks,
connectlng at Vlcksburg With the Parisot Lin
for Ya..o Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers
an with Anchor Line for Memphis, Cairo and
This boat reserves the right to pass all land
ings that the Captain may consider unsafe,
For fre.gtt or psasa *, appaly on osaru, or to
JA NY A WOt. 10e6 Common street,
HITS OCARLIN, a Tchoupitoulas at
mae
Will give through Bills of Lading to Trenton,
Monroe and all stations on VlcksFirg, Sitfevt
port and Texas Rallroad via Delta. La.
W. B. BOKETT. Angent, as iasaslne st
BAYOU SARA.
iofl BAYO SAR. WATEBROOI
L EHoermitgeo. ort Huodson BatoR
, e qaquemne and Iostomee
gn . Unted etates mail semi-weekp
LA BELLE,
(In plee of steamer Gov. Allen.)
S J. Brown. master.
TLeaves rv_ MONDA and FRIDA., at I D'
ITE i L Ag. s Tbeoupitoola st,
JANEY & WOiK. 106 Common at.
e. sm. A.. G N.O N. M agaeg.ne
UPPER COAST.
REGULAR TRI-WEEKLY PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
EJATUBDA V at 10 a. m.
~ FOl R ASBHLAND PLANTATION
As ension parish, Donaldsonville
and all coast landings-The fine
side-wheel passenger steamer
BLUi WINSE NO. ,
J. A. Comatoek master,
Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean, clerks,.
Will leave as above. Rleturning, leaves Ash
land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Ban.
day, coming down the coast in daylight. For
freight or passage apply on board or to
aD22 s. HENO. 19 Conti street.
P.S . All freight delivered In the daytime.
LAFOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.,
THROUGH TO LOCKPORT.
Leaves every TUESDAY and SATURDA'
The fine passenger steamer
ELLA HUGHES,
Joe Dalfere., master, B. E. Alba cle.s,
Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at . nm.
and SATURDAY at 5 p. m. for Lockporý
Plantation. BRe r g, leaves Thibodaux every
FRIDAY and MJONDAY morning.
For freight or passage apply on bOard.
P. S.-A clerk always on Ianding, head of Conti
street, to receive freight. my22
SEMI-WEBIKLY BAYOU LAFOUBCHB
PACKET.
THROUGH TO LOCKPORT,
The iht draught steamer
U. D. Terrebonne. Master.
H. D. T, rrebonne clerk.
Leaves New Orleans every THUIDAY a
MONDAY ate 6 nm.. returning every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY evening. For freigb
or passageap on board or to
BrITE & OCELI.4 Tcholnpitoulas street
or TEBREBONNE & SALOMON, Agents
75 Decatur between Conti and Bienville sff s
P. S.--Wll carry freight as low as any boat ..
the trade. ialst!
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCBE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO THIBODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at a p., m. and FRIDAY
at 10 a. m.
L o'THE FINE BIDE-WHEELSTEAMa
HENRY TETE,
J. F Aucoln. master. M. H. Landry. clerk
Pays particular attention to way business and
returns down the Coast Sundays and Wednee
days. For freight or passage apply on board
or to IB. RIVET,
ap 10 tf lc Decatur street.
BAYOU LAFOURCHE SEMI-WEEKLY
PACKET.
THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMEB
ASS.MrUMr/ONr,
P. A. Charlet, n aster
N. K. Dupuls, clerk
Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at5 . nm.
and SA URDAY at 5 p. m., for Lag Valley
Plantation. Returnine, leave Thy ubG fevery
THUtISDAY and MONDAY morning.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
H. IMVET,
myl tf ios Decatur street.
BATON ROUGE.
Leaves every MONDAY at a p, m., and FRIDAY
at12 m
SThe Daner steamer
Frank Bergeron master J. C. Bergeron. elerk
Leaves as above for Baton onuge Plaquen
mine. Donaldsonville and all coast. andl
ýrnir every SUNDAY and WEDUDI!
1orfreghotýorf Fpo a apl o boardort0
1 O. arclAnuyO~N. Plre,,vnlletEB /

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