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RtIVERli NEWS.
ovrnn RaW O)RlUAKSIL DIUVOOCRAT.
Sattltdv, Jolp 1, 1877.
~U rspott oflb stag ~re of wr*kr wih obbnro
Above low Obhuge
water. lis..e, l
pFet~ bnob. mnob. Inbh.
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we 0 tt ()
wort0 .... 27 9
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Bepw higgh water niark of 1874.
NMIAON GOIIOM. Serg't. 8pa. er. IU. R. A.
Anatvt-e.-elabel, Assumption, Martha, Mary
Ida.
DIPArtttan. - lsabel, Henry Tele, Robt.
Young Mt. John La Belle.
'o atrn-uili. Hllughes, Lafourohe; itobt.
Iitehel, Charles Morgat, Cialtnnatl; Mary Ida,
Upper oaeti Martha, Isabel, Idwer Coast; Tom
_arr B.tit river.
hot jits yesterday.
lua was quit active on the landing yes
terdetý m.o.ing, but dull in the afternoon. The
lt. Jah, Tete alnd La Belle all had good trips
T~he James Howard, leaving to-day for St.
tlls, ives round trip tickets to St. Paul, good
to the tlsh of October.
The Martha, leaving to-day for Port Elad, goes
throush the jettles eout into the gulf, and around
to 1outhwest P ,a. For this trip eteourion
tieket are lIsued at a reduoed price. The
arthato san elegant passenger steamer, and
esher elgance, possessee great strength
apeed and safety. Capt. Bassett s an espernenced
malmander, and knowe how to run a steamboat.
0" her esearsion Ad. in another part of the
bnegOerat.
As tje lobt. Young was making the landing
thureday evening, Gst. Doaniels, ettrious to
~'now why the ftureka had not left, called nut to
know the oeatue. "Broke down,' wae the re
o to. "Broke what?" queried COpt. Danlels.
"The handle of her wheel busted the head of
her chur, and Orooked the ramrod," wan the
aslewer. Capt. Danlels' eursealty was satilfled.
Capt. M reh Woods has a parrot named "Will
aye," and which, in his leisure, he is teaching
The sureka will be ready to leave Monday for
foe latoutse; and will on Thuredey next make
r eadtpreon to the seashore, postponed on ao.
eo.nt of the accident to her machlnery.
The reowned Charles Morgan will be here to
leave tr OLomuniati ett Wednesday
Attention es alled to the Grand Isle Hotel and
BIlly Collins advertisement to another column,
The Bart Able, leaving every Saturday for led
river, will make euast landings, and answer all
halls between here and the mouth of lied river,
either on her up or down tripes See advertise.
Te aiewS, Aue and fiat YTsoo Valley is the reg
alW malil packet for Vickeburg today, in
place of the Natohes.
The Nellie Sper, with a tow of seven boats
co1l, solsigned to 13, & D. Wood, arrived yeeter
eAnn M.5 did not get away yesterday. She
wT o)tk left early this morningl.
. " Dr het Mitchell, James Paul In command,
- Stein clerk, Ie advertised to leave to-day
the Ohitothrough to Cilinnati.
The illl y Collins liaves to-day at 8 a. m., by
ai of flsy's Canal, for rrand Isle.
The Blue Wing No. 8, J. A. Comatock master,
sesars. Wood and Dean clerks, leaves to day
a 10 I mt., promptly, for the coast, Donaldson.
-ille and the Ashland plantation, Ascension
parish.
The lower coast United States mail and pas.
getr etamer Martha, W. i. Bansett master,
setme. Legier and Barrols clerks, leaves to-day
at hp. I,6 for rt Fads.
The fleet Bhtt Able leaves to-day at Fp, m.
for Aleatdrta and Grand Eoore. Richard Sin
nott master, (eon. Hamilton olerk.
The Yaoo Valley, in place of the Natches, T.
It, ahlth& mater, Frank Beck, Jr., clerk. leaven
inte st p. in, for Vicksburg and all maill
The sebmlweekly coast and Bayon Lafourehe
'paket Ellas Hughes, Joe Dalferee master, It. !.
Alba elerk. leaves today at 5 p. m., going
through to Lockport.
The regular Tuesday and Saturday Blayou La
nutdhs packet Alenmptino, P. A. C]harlet master,
+,. l. Dupuis and Joe iagroue clerks, leaves to.
.dIy atlip, m,
SThe James Howard leaves to.day at 5 p, m. for
iMemphel, Qaro and St. Lotws, 11, 1. l'egram in
Sowthland, J. I. Obesasing clerk. The Howard
orn titanUsal facIlities ftor a pleasant trip; her
,eabin is large and airy, with plenty of guard
clOt, and her stateroom beseidee being very
llaa, open Info each other, being espeially
adapted for famillis. She lives well, andis iest
and ease.
The United States mail steamer Martha, from
..tt Bads, arrived yesterday and will leave on
her advertlsed time thise day. er cabin was
aull of paoaengers, which proves her popularity
among the relsdents of our lower coast. TIhe
Uarth comabine speed satety, comfort, elegant
acoddmmodations, and, above all, her oiloeore me
alr.wa h.rnCt tt ..n .ttan. tha want. orf ll.
tLy Telegraph.]
F IAitnt, July 0.-To Hite & Carlin: Steamer
Geo. Spangler passed yesterday, will arrive on
time. W. O. IrTrrn, master.
£XCfANnE CtlrPINRS.
OtItCltNu t, July 4. - The fame of Capt.
Charlie Thorn's new led river steamer is set up
and in shape at Mack's yard. Capt. G. A. Di.
ton Is here observin her progress, and says she
will be ready to launch in three weeks and
ready for business by the 15th of September.
Oapt. Jack W. Blanks writes his "new Ouahol
te pcket, building at Jeffersonville, will be com
pisled by the 10th of August. She will be quite
light for a boat of her ise, and will not draw
over eighteen inches in the deepest place. She
will carry and store near 2800 bales of cotton,
and if the machinery, which looks so tfr all well,
come up to my expectation, hoe will be the
greatest low water boat afloat, and one that will
comeas near burning no fuel as any boat you
ever saw, and she will prove a trteasure wherever
she sees"
BT. Lotun, July 4.-During the past three weeks
about 8300 hh o of tobacco have been shipped
from Southern Ketucky, via the aset Tennessee
and Virginia Air-Line lailroad to Norfolk and
thence by steamer to Liverpool, and to this ex
tent the problem of direct trade with Europe has
been solved.
A Galena correspondent writes: Our grain mer
chants have their warehouses filled to overilowing
with grain1 and are waiting patiently for that
"June rise' prophesied by old river men; and as
Congres has failed to make any appropriation
for the Improvement of Galena river, they may
content themselves with singing, "Waitng, fond
ly waiting."
EvANevrtL.L, July 3.--Harry C. Teeter, clerk of
the K. M. Norton and barges, arrived here yes
terday byrail from New Orleans, and Is lightly
indisposed. He has already engiged 300 sacks
of corn from Capt. Jules C. Verboctf. and 200
hohbeads of tobaooo from Capt. W. B. Piersel.
Mlasures, July .--The Coal Hill was arranging
to give bond to-day, and will start up the river as
soon as it is done. The libel was for sinking the
e-all steamer Bertie some months ago, while the
latter was coming up in tow of the Coal Hill. The
enit has a tflimsy foundation, and will hardly re
sult in more than annoyance to the Coal Hill's
aptain.
New York Journal of Commerce:
There is a steady tendency toward the asser
tion of the rights of the general government
over many things which the States have long
been regulating for themselves. This is especial
Ly observable in the Supreme Court decisions on
questione growing out of State laws relating to
commerce. That tribunal is gradually taklng
away from the States, and restoring to the Fed
eral govesument, the powers of supervising and
taxlang commerce. One of the most striking of
these decisioce was that declaring uaoonstiution
al the emigrant head-tax which New York, Cali
iornia and some other States had imposed and
collected for many years. The same ocurt
has now upset a Loutsiana statute under
which the master and wardens of the port
of New Orleans made surveeys of the hatches of
all seagoing vessels and charged them roundly
for the superfluous work. Commerce, having
sufferer from this burden for nearly ten years, at
last made bold to resist it, and the result is a
ew-plete vioCory against the local statute and
the New Orleans oftcals. This triuamph is gained
nader the constitutional provision that gives
-ants the power "to regulate commerce with
natioes sad among the several Btates,"
ee. The ,ottisans law was ob ioun sa hlest in.
fraction of this constittional right.; and now
that it has been set aside, we wonder how a
Legllslature could have blea foolish eannoh
to pass It with anyt hope that It would
slrvive the jndlital ordeal, The ques.
tion will now be asked, is there a
single one of our state laws for the regulation of
eommeree that will stand the same test ? 'The
shipowners and merchants having gained their
points in the eases reterrei to, will be now em
boldened to try conelusions with certiln other
state eystetin for txoting oommnerce. There are
certain questions still at lamse, notwithstandIng
former decialone, otlderning the harbormasster,
lioteage, and the administratlon of quarantine.
'hase are very interesting questlonne, upon which
the oommerce of the eoutqtry will sooner or later
demand final answers, Those officials whok s
fortunes are bound up int the various State com
mislions and boards which live upon olmmerce
should take good care not to push their eiso
tlons too fIr, or they may meet with the fate of
the Loutllanamtaster and wardens.
MARINE NEWS.
OrIftNll NB!W OILNAN M DIEMOCOAT,
July 7, 1877.
Cleared Y eterders
Brit steamship Jamauisan, Winder, for L.verpool
Loveil & iat sey
tirt stieamshp ithatiel, Travers, for Llrer jnel
AK I Miller &co
Span birnk Rosario. (orrde, tir Malasa
Avendano Baros
Arrived.
Span bark l(hristlnt, Ianred, 10 days from hiavana,
ls ballast, to 1) aWi k.o no-Id die
Nor brig Molkummeren .o.-nen, 13 days from lio deo
JanelIr, to J L Phippe eco-lst dil
Rhlr Manto Otl'f, Pines6tl, 3 days from Utilla, toe P
Iteri & Ilro-Plc Tier
eTMAMeoATm.
Martha, Iasse tt, frito iower annst
Mary Ide, hult. from Upper Ueaat
14lfle peer, Wood, frmn Pf'ittebury, with seven
boats
Isabel, O'Pry, Ilo teLower Coast
Iine Farmer, Mnie, from Loser (iast
Aselmplton. Charlet, from Lookport
'LATIOATe.
trlokenn,' boat from Yaeon hlver
IllUneris.
LAVEltP'OLi,--Per eteamship Jamaluano- - 4110
bales cotton o0.000 bushelio on in bulk
LIVlkPOUOL-Per steamship lthurl I..----85 hales
etion lnl 914 eeks cotto seed 1i60 bhlis flolr
MA LA (4A Per hark itoarlt.-1950 bales ,ottonn 7
bs coandles
Imlportas.
UTILLA--- Per schr lanto Otert--lt)00 bnrches
bantanm, t01100o plantains 54,000 cnueoantllt II ih b
Ilimes S ()Oter & IFo
At quarantlne M sltion.
Span shin Anlitll, Aleina, 7 says folmn HavIlana. In
ballast, to Pulg, Corral &co
Useelipti of Prodres.
LOWIER COAST-Per steamer Marthsa-:o sacks
potatoes IC Uni.rtly-unndrles to order
L U Pi'Pit UOAS'IT-Per steamer Mary Ida--nundrises
to order
PiTTIMtti RO -Plersteamer el llies Sppr--o00,000
baohele conl 1 I1) Wood Aros
_AZOO t IViIt--Por ErIckson's boat---.00,000
stares to lbet liroe
LOWIII COAST- Per steamer aabel--sundries
to order
LOWEI1R COAST Per steamer Ictle Farmer-.-
sundle.i to order
LOUIKP'OIt' Per steamer Asnmmation-9-ll sacks
rough Hoe 40 sacks pIotatloei iL TL'rrehomne--4 do f
sacks rough rice L BIfhlei--40 do F I' lievrin--e
drles to order-Total 9i1, nacks rounh.rnoe
RIOUR IFPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
tllloxi-Per enbir Richard -:31 hlage wool toi order -
10,000 feet humber to It Ulddip
Pearl River..Per Bohr T ,Emblier--0o cords wood
StIlelgraph poles to o rder
Ilel ---I'Per eobr JultR-- ---40,000 feet Ilmber to II
'rloawkrw-Per Bohr Vlietoti--0000 feet luiber 5000
hbltigles 7 hordos wold to orldler
Tsamnp Ia-n---Per ctr (lo . W Dill -----7.,o00 feet
coda to ordert
lbhell iBank-Per solr ltistorl- -40t0 iblI sIhells II
o oer
Illodl-- er scbr Phlladelphlila-- --. cords wood to,
master
Mobile-Per oclir Virglina-- 1000 water miiell, q to
Pea'rl Itlver--Per llonmeor Mpljor White--. 14,000
feet lumber to order
itilJDIPTt AT TIHI OLD IlASIN.
Pa.elgoult--Per ochr liperePda-40 ft)0 feelt lumber
to order
Pearl ltlver----'er lchr .\ 110ic Melollgel----17.000t
feet lumber to order
1.h1you LAcombe----Per achr Joiephlne No 9---Wil
ourdo wood to tnaster
Ilind River--Per echr Sidlnlo ---5O.000 olalves tip
order
Pl'ap Manchac-1Per siohr Victorli---13 cord wood
to master
Irm Railroadu
NEW ORLEANS. JA.CKSON AND NOIITHIWltN
' RAILROAD.
I ly 0-17 -7 bale not ton Lehman, Abrhnham A .&----0
oni T Iatlie &on--:1 !hlffR. lIalluton & P'owell--1
Bloklba.l & Mooe--Totll 16 bales rotton
14 hbhd tobaco I box sample lodlles, Wood Aoi-
75 Alhd tobacoo Kirkpatrick & Keith---9 do Jliui E
gll &eao-l do N II Wilson & Ml-le-'l'otal Ut9 blihd
tollls00
I car lumber WV 1V Walker--1 car wood William.
son Aco-t4 ble apples C HI Mehenok--I ear lumber
1' Markey--7 bhllea i J Hart &o ---S do lsaeton &
hblm--i care cattle Ayeook. Mllchell &co----l car
logll amnl poultryil I) Cao--5 bb.s potatoes A F llck.
iian--- bblo flour Wang & Clottam--7 bags wool 4
bgli pys I If Hansell-- 140 rPeel~ rope Uateson &
WVidoim--0 bble pork 17 oeaks hIlams t bx mdhdles
.oM West & --9 b Ib n aDplto 3 hailr do .t'phenl &
Stork..l11 bble flour Vairin & Mortlnmer--lMl sacks
bran Miller, itolhonde &co-- gin I feeder I long flln
Miller, Polhonde &co.-- it mdle II T Walanhl- --:1
boxie pltonl Woal & Miurko7 Itihle onions C Ithiher
ty 15 itrtkin butter if H lielllondto-I box salt 1 I.
Lyono--l cines oties It & N Mlmnory----9 bblls nal I
oik m nlLe M L Navra.-l aes notllel e Jtbthert &*o-
I1 be nam (I W O Nhepard--l Aeoll mlllse Vincent Lco
-- tCoe ,lartlhenware Mro J iaucibe --t1 cans mIilsl,
Levy. lAelo. 'Scheeurer &Oo--1 cnope Iht 11 ti (ollolmth
-4 oalsoe amile Marks. Ievvy Lco----I box hardware
Stratton & Mlayer-I plano PI Werlein--90 lixh hats
,tf QuYllan--l cases halt I llootl,-l crue hardpwaro
Folger Aco- 7 case. IIdue Naltt & Itrnetet I liox do
M Loeb Aro-1 do E IH Adams I ltro----t1 lbdlt bis
ket. E M Strort-90 pallt tobacco I' DelNodal-1 blox
plush T J MoOarthy-u hptls glutlet ,I lHenry &oo. ot
bales hope IC nrat--4 tirkinl lntter (t Illntli----5
boxe cheese Smith 1i rn hoo-l case paper J I' Val.
rin---- oues mdse (I N Welugart- 14 bbhs lniontl
(Ireve & Wlidermauin--Total itt0 Iblp pork 17 csaks
hamns s bxs middles lit bbi loullr 1H, sack o bran I5
bbll onIons
MOIIOAN'S LT)IISIANA ANDI TEXAS RAIL.
ROA D
July 0-lit bble molrcame J M Walsh- -Is bbl I sugas
Slln hda l lntar J M Piutnamn -1 bale cotton JIn Phlelpr
&o---10 hldea Hlr.ch, Adler &Ao--It do F Dutftonr
17 dao 9 sk wool R Boeer--10 htlde Bothmllt & Ziegler
-30 do 3 sacks wool L LIaoaesgne----lI bales mon 15
hiles L Terreboinne--Q do Rvkoakl & Manade--
btale mesa Im A Vlncent-S do Idell & Wright--l do
0o nacks potatoes J IM Walh--14 do A N Lalnce---t
do i Ialesa tollns 10 bble beer F P olevin--l head oattle
( Mehlh &eco-sundrtie to order-Total I bale cotton
2s hhde aIugr I8 bble do 10 hblo molasses
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
July ti-151 pkga tobacco JJ Irby & Son--15 hIale
nidt,, Lehman. Abraham &oo--00 bble limo O For
.tall- crase Icathor J E1 Merritt--4 ease nldse II &
N Sanior--4 pkp tobacco Moore, Stratton &oo--10
do Letluise b-&co, Imes bacon John T Moore &oo-
100 pkgA tobacco WV Vanhllnthupyaon-l5 do Wacker
ltarth & Joseph--5 do t pki i tiapr (I A Whitney &
co-2 boxes dr.gl Ang ,1 &co--.a caeer mdse Hlirsch,
AdI r &ioo--0 bull onions Miller & Meyer- 14 bdll
bags .J Flynn-- I coopn poultry Moran & Tooa--3
tea wax I bolx do flay & Mi'hle-. hbblb roin 1I8 bbls
turpentline Simpson & Tricou--4s bxo peaches IBerry
A- c-2 coop poultry A Yaletonl & co---d do end ann
drieM to orger
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD
lily r1-50 hlidl sugar Richard Mllliketn
LIST OF VESSELS
Up, Cleared and alled for New Orleanm.
JULY . 177.
NEW iYORK.
Steamhip Hudson, Ger........ ......aid June30
Steamship New York, Quick .......... ld June30
Bark Mary C Hale, fliggins ..........id inneo
Bark Halcyon, Hiardie ................ald JaneI .2
IIAVRK.
Ship Lizzie Moses, Cox.. .............eld June14
HAVANA
Bark Christina, Sareda ................eld June 18
IAVERPOOL.
Bark Daniel Draper, Sedergly........ ld Jane 24
SHIELDS, ENO,
Bark Prsese ............ .............ld Jane 14
HOROIIAUx,
Perk tote (tlw~rrtiB, Pmennrtnt...... Flit May eR
JBaatk lphencr et Marie. t'rirab........d My9
Banrk Leopould et Atarle, Leeuaily...... Idg ai' SI
Ho(((ur
Park Cleo IV Sweeney, Ifewlett...... nii .ione 2
MA iRRni,Ia.k
Prig Aiiii Mi'aeiliua ....... ..i.., Idg.1wou 41
SEA SIDE HOTEL,
tiny mt.. Lnnt", "tau.,
A~ r'miroin 1tliiun hii I net (tit the l ciii hi-ti
anii at inoel rina' tlnlcili uipi-,
HIUNIiAY DINNi~II4 A P14iIALTY.
jilt Itin eil 't. Vi. IrWIr, irirlit blr.
IlONr'UOMIEHY VV I'V1111 N ULPHURrl
nrlltNUS.W
blreaf ItetIinllpuns in Itatre of nnnrf
-AT T1Iir
Montgomnery W Dite Mitlpiti r lipringn,
ViIaILNIA,
RPuI)I:tII TO $40 PlII# MO ITII.
ABi'nnuiiiodtltitii iriaiil It any in fliii hlituntnlne
of1 Virpintn.,
D)ninig ioriin lunuir thm maniingnuuint, ofr Mr.
nuci MrA . J. N, JOIIIAN.
Pinn livery Hthl'Iueu Tenm i'lnil. lliiarde. firo
ijtni. FIaiiing, Ifumtliirg, fIiot ilihuc anci I)iivues,
In faiLt every tioinvenlhnii e fir tlimit omrfort andl
UI~iR'c1ure Cif gllicc.
KIrRIC,
Thu MtAII1NR BAND 11r Antiiicllr. Ali!.
NO Mtnging-All Hallway Travel.
ThIe eai rn miii lgunrn In Ilnopngtlon room, hf
tihn awn.
Arrwoinom in I timun for 101101 JIief e.
i't'nlhrnuiiirc if , ho A..J ylnri, Or. A. A.
halms~, (rrr,t. T.1 . AiryI. alter irrlwnrnlp, Julles
Itit ii', T. .1. hi Millit. W. Ii. PIro~ikkit, Col, It, N.
Moniiinii i'ciienngr'r Arnnt fIr tlhn Koiirinnenw
Iloimtllun, u.ln iiiriner lamtlni indIII Uuoumrni
Rtri te,
Jon huii f('(iT(IttN &t fi,, Pmritrotiore,
nRONT1'OoH FnO1Btlam
MI ON~i~fl414 ilox~i,ht ec~iceip11I.
Thin Montrnnd Iltoiaii- It now tnitn fiii thy' rnetoi -
tliii of glucIi .
Thin inuuorelgnnii o rtusoutrtl Il y Itiform' his
frloj he and them tiaveling hutil ogenerally fliht
tt ic IonUL line n tliii fiougully menumovmed, in
thlt.rii, lint; ttn nhiaminte umaiin tii nullm tie mno4
oxaiitiIIg. Ni. ,nine ir etionen will finitAtrlal
to ktot) lih i iiiitroue fllhue titi to Ire upiial
tiandard'iV--iiiet iiiiii Ii ovra y lu tierruiiit, Trrine
innuhontitn, 9ll-iiil reiic to fto n laiti anid iLir
Tee rams onr lott 1CI'R fo(r adonis ti r)·mnltll v t.
tli nrl gn ome.
inli firniebuiu to nuourclonlisee at .1.
lititin 1..1. A4)Nli'Il(.Hi, Vlriaiiiotor,
GIlANN ) ISLE IIOTEL.
On Glranl RIle IJulf Mllore. MlIty MIllEs Di
rec'ly Mloutl of New Orlenl.
Ion.'lle d by Ptnmbolt ,by way tf Il tle andol li.
lift alarid layr , ts, Itigolti, Lttlet Lako.O {ratul
llayoul tad lisrratart litiv.
'l'io nly O MrIIf RatIIhln" In fIIlp oIulhtI.
As fnea Be holl nA thrn I i I Ihe Ir world. Per
) fentiy ante. .i, uitider-tIon.
Mnears. IBEATTY , WVIHI, hnavn I tnd Ithi
- (ilANI) INH11 Il lTEl fr a rtrm of yeltar, and
will tluarantitn to .ntIitfy the lihlll' with eolltt
, frrtalin rnloliql, oleni l,,dl, r n good tI tahbl, Ira
hls- fllrnish'lll. Oaty andll ,I'llforl'tlii aironM to
tr th .lieh, antol nri'y rsotutble iiixiry anlt
meanlia it I itm nl ll Onumemrnentl that nan . r
dallrd. Tny iv lirodpillm d aii r'I volutiohu in
fithe ianl mnri.tt fl the lIntel, alnd In their "r
1 rang'n tforthi+ron ,fortnl ptlinsaurnof lthnIlr
Mtulawlmn IlJFINIlJAlIT, of Now Orl-ana, will
lhavre ihalg if tli IIIUH HOIl1,1) IiEI'AItT
MENT' of then Ifl,. alnd will lve heIr earfrtil
tand skIlliful aitletl.in th l ,omf rt of the laily
andll ehIrmlra stll-t4.
'The~Ilamor 111IIY COllINR will ply rn u
larly hntweenO te' 'llty andil l lan Iin v'nnllln
with thln liolnl Ilnvng HJartelyy' Canal every
TUIDI)AY and HAT'UlIDAY at a. , tlrllnl
rreiinb l th la.1. biy ltni,,wn. lthIng at thel
ll,,tl wharf r1i'l inII ovAry Mtl NI)AY and
TIlURdIDAY.
TEIIMH :
'Por dAy,,....... ...................... $ ngn
Per wer k .......................... Ir. (i
Per noluth ............................ on
Htnolal rral' ntlnmenl r will hif nllliln with fanml
lins andwith ox,'lltrs, piartl s with ri'gardt
pIi) +nun and lith,l Inptnp. Ailly for fillor par
tilelanrs i t Ill l 'E I& CAltIN, Nn. 4 T'hooullou
IiI R.tlrut. or It,
ily:to If HIItATTY I, WIH1N, I'rotiretors.
SHADY f1Ul )VE,
IltIhlNI,
I'IRAIN HMII MAliT
takme then I'pleaa're to anti nnnl to ilis friends
anitl lvh piuibll' that he will rloipon lhi hotel on
JUNE 1.
(Ontlioan llnu a in1lll n arrlvlrrinn on .xurslon
trainl an Iii nvPionlrnlanlilrt Id wlth mnalaR A all
hourntl. Prilo very nioderite. Molit funrnIshid
exillurlontll . l I. Apply filr ltrms for fanIllhua
at. Itntuthant's Exchange. 201 Donator stront, or
al BIhloi. MIss. ny1l29 2m
POINT CLEAR.
TIHIE SEASON OPENED.
The oIl lena of Now (Irlaans aol vinl agn will
in Indl to loirn that thl auplerlu now ilotel at
POINT (CLIEAlt was opnedl for tlil anasaion on
til it 15 llinst.. nInd ia now oproparnd for tlhe re
'optllo d ni rll tii'rll lln lntl, of gantll. .
POINT CLEAR
comlblines morn advasntfg., both for the k sekrs
aflter health aii pli ouro tlhtnl any other walner
Ilg plane In thl Holth. MHlilltutl in Mhillie Try,
wilhit it stone's throw of Iri (Gullf iof Mexlco, it
hlonmts atrf Iinill t. puror, hivalthl-alvtng salt
air, tih flnnst lish ill th worhl, Ilion lonting and
drilvll g, hillalrd saloonsi and ten-pin alleyn,
Thn llotel wais ulill INst yeauLr, anld hiis. with
Its surroundings, ,oonl so illmprovedl as to, make,
It. a most. dllightfuil residenceh for summnr. The
bIds and fnrtuli rln arii entirely now. almid tlhe
(ulasin Ia easpomlilJy ox,'ellent. Thorn Is oomn
munlatlon with Moilln twien, da.lly, and partlis
leaving Now Orleans in tilhe morninag arrlve at
the Hotlel to dinner'. Thl charglec ar moderate
ivnd sptaelal terms male for famlllas.
For tarti u'linra aadlraes
If. C. ]IALDWIN.
myl7 N PropriT or.
CONSU MPTION
Positivelyl Lured.
All suffurers from this qistaannwho arn an xolus
to Ia (eured shioul try liRl. KIR4NEIr' CEiLE
BIRATEI) CONSUMPTIVE, POWDEI)JR. Theas
powlders ar tIle only upreparation known that
will our CO(NSUMPTIOIN and all dlsasns of the
THROAT ANDI LUN(GS--indeed. so strong Is
our faIth in tholm. and also to coIVlnvine you t.hltt
they are no hullnhlg, we will forward to every
suffterr, by mall, post paid, a FREE TRIAL
BOX.
We don't want your money until you are
Derfectly satislIae of thlnr iuraltvo powers,
If yourlifn is worthl slving. don't (elay in lving
those POWDERS a trial, as they will surely cure
I'rlIee, for largo box SV. sont to any part of the
United States or Canada by mail on receipt of
price. Address
AS1I & ROBBINS,
apls ly 360 Fulton street, Brooklyn. N. T
GAS FIXTURES FOR SALE,
Below New York Whblcsale Prices,
EITHER-TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC GEN
ERALLY.
Also a largo supply of English Pipe Hooks
Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can
be bought, for cash, at less than factory quota
tions. at 36 Camp street.
apI ly JOHN G. FLEXIING, Agent.
SSTEAMUM IPU. __
TEXAA.
NWOJIAN iNi t It, . MAll MTEAMWMIIPf,
The fnllnwlna low-pressure Iron Htnamehipi
form thene IlbIn.:
IHAILANt I, ý, I1A8Rl4 W. , IHEWEB.
MOur AN. J EtHI BT. MlAi
CIi1N' '4N, W( IIm UTUiI k o I AON,
C1i NTON. (ITY F NJOlItriol(,
P'l.aVh from Mor"gan II (y, In c lllntntinn with
Morgan a Loul.ialn and Texas li tiallmi.
Per Inflilltola, *In i nalvenivle-
MONDAY and1 TlliltHDAY.
Through li IIlh t ing sigled t]to uneat'n anti
to aIl ponlllt beyoY l on lhl Houlton ,nd Ttxas
.ettlal l anriO (i.. (l. .d 4. A. I ., IIinternaltialllaI
at rat Nortlhrn liallrilil, via I!llnton, andl
tith ''PxaR Traannaoirtalitnl C(oullnan,
FrlI ht lhair lllnd nil or ;laW 'arll itten.
Han Autofnln frolsth! r.otvedl and fo'rwaprded
via (ltil, WJlterll ''lexw adul 'Pallltn1 Italliw y
altlu (llyro.
M PoVr flrltason manianla
The Iron stalntnnr
1. C. IIAIIIM
SWill leave Morgan l(ly on
----- . Jully
Ilthteranu at llrarrtoa .ltllnuo nt risk and ex
Optet l of iii laiýi it' ,
'rllghlt revlved rfor aid bills ladin signOed
Sonly T llto rowr ilal, via lt II (Irandle lallrolnd,
a li.r n1w tariffT, lJai p er Cellnt, until father
Freight patable ii goit,.
For turpus CltrlilI, Pultnn and
Ht. Mary's, via Ilirokort- The Iron
Ptmar IMORiAN,
i Will leave Morgan pity on
J- , lly -, at -- m.
Llihteragn to Irlowns (Chrilti (II any) at risk
at tj lillehan of 'nlgatpne.
Freight for HL. lary's and Filiton landedil at
IRckport.
Frtljt for al tJIe tove poV ts reRonve d at the
I l ortan's OI Iouilana antll Tlxa HaliIroald,
fooI of Lafayette street., dally, until 0 It. m.
PAlM1ENEIII AND MAIL IOUTE.
Per aIlvettm, Dinlaton and fIndlanola.
Panssngera take Itallr'oa.l IPerrybo t foot of lit.
Ann street, r:, 7:l0 a. In., reachblln Morgann( ty
1t l . I lt, h re ollln ol,lll wit l inea r
'oIl. fr v1' v.st,' n t, .I lania.
lUE iAY tfor (alveaton and Itluston,
TiIu AY for U.ilveston an1tl iianols.
BATUI DAY fr laiv.tton and Houston,
V First ohes fare to Hhreveuvort Si -Timoe. 40
Sours.
Excursion til'kltr for Ith round trip to l-al
veston and return, good for thirty days, le.sed
a-, ap. L
'Rlt;kets ardi statnroot li n irnd until . p. . m,
dall i AunnaY exleptod l, at Agent's offlie, or at
thel erry anding, oti morninll of diearture.
Troutilh tiekoa.l Will be ismed from t hits omue
to tile Irlint l point (fn ti et Hlston ` eas
Ceantral iiairoau nl tile p'ternhativoi and
Oreat Northern ilrt.lad, and J'ePas and PaoliiL
SIlalroad,
O. A. WHITNEY A (CO., Aent,.
Jtl ly Uornar Maganine an IdNaths sta.
S N'IW YOR1 AND PIIILADRLPIlA.
for1' t lIlowltlg At Iron Htnanaihlap
LNI jfTAlB ALOIEi8.
N ,W ¥Oil, MOIUOAN (ITY,
ELi,A KN iu(I r. A(INE M.
The Iron Mtianmihi -
NEW TOSHK '
will Incav Algierc
TUEHDAY, July Il.
Colnnt'.ingl at Now York with str'laihitP ELLA
KNIU1 tI' all AONEM for I'llallltllphia.
INMtUlJI4N1(f TO NEW YOiIK .li
Frenght fort tIln alhove ppm rtnriletlvld at. tiln depot,
of Morgan's Jnullinaanld 'T'.es Ia llrodl. foot
of lafayette street, dally until 0 U. Ill.
For, filahht ritp Of to
(JIA. . A WIITNl'N Y 4I CO., Au.nll.
iol l' Cor, Nlttrhi, andl Matmg7tlln at rohti.
IIAVANt.
FO IIHAVANA, OEDAIl lHEYi AND {EY
W EIT,.
UNITEDI HTATE.N t41t INE.
LIAVINI( EIVEIY WEEK
l Ait.ilitIErT,
link'r, CUolmmandlnr.
will leav-. frolm foot of Unltilloipn atret, oni
TUESBDAY, ,lu.ni 24, at 9 P. M.
Paenltat, rates to ]IInlvlinl, $411; 1IxtrlliioiI tlic.k
Pwasagn ratcs to Jne'kvonvillt', s 2o, SA Intdtling
shtst rioms ad m41111 Pmrh.
Through hills of ialilng Issurdi to till pnlllti in
Flo.rla.
For Friight or iamItttI apiifply to
I. K. R,01 810'i'8. Iworolnon strnet.,
Over Louilainn National lank.
Thne atnamstltl --- - follows on July -J .
Inya ly
JAMES LINGAN.
ATTORNEY AND UUtlNtiELLOIR AT LAW;
mye 122 (ravilr street.
Slate Ro00nl Composition.
Fire.Proof d Preservative Coating
FOR SHINGLE AND METAL ROOFS.
I)n . Io.t. willsn hgnIae. yI N r,,rI .' , rooA t [(P,, orr.
thgio ttn y ) nrrnnn dpfy, lr nr .qk., 0i4 uIrt,
tb n q* i ti urr an4 th w l; r In Rf.ting Mato ert.l,
Pn&t. or no iRr r {.tull t .. R prroerrvlnt.J nnotlu. for
lnntot, whllle the e ,qt I but little. Thlln tmnpomltlon
m11111e1 llt. l eb Innr.RPPU mlld rwhrrnrr on" toned.
mlnufnotured by the unllor.iinw, tn4 for riro&lIr.
EDWAkIJI TIIOM PoN,
Msotolturor end Ien tor i R lnnr Mtotrlih,
90 larenne Rt., New Orlessa, Ira.
S
jeltl Ion
F. BUSCII,
GUN AND LOCKSMITII,
No. 23 Commercial PlayI. New Orleans.
~IELL HANGING, IRON RAILRINGS, AND
I eneral House Work attanded to at short
notice and roasonable h ries.. Also Vaults,
Locks and Cowfinsg Preasmrs realrod; :fuplieate
Keys of all doescrltions mRad. Sare roealr
Inut a tntainlty mv9 '77 IV
Meat Stalls Nos. 8'" & 8S Magazine Market.
Supplies Shins, Families. Hotels. etc.. with
IR1UWN, VEGB(ETABlErM,
FOWI A, AAMe,
Beet, 3 Mtton
rerk, salsages 'Twrpe..te., ste.
And everything the market affords.
MARTIN LANNES, Jn., Butcher.
Vegetable Stalls Nos. 121 & 124 Magazine Mark"t
leO
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOIIII HANSEN,
38 and ll Canal street, New Orleans.
TO ALL sO~JTHERN CITIZENS.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves and
am determined to help build up the manufac
turing interest of our native State in order to
hel the laboring classes and keep the money.
which would otherwise go to the North. at home.
About ayear ago I started my Factc ry, and by
using the best material and pa ing my hands
promptly, I have been enabled to extend my
business and support 5o0 women and children
that would have otherwise left the State. In
order still to increase my FaCtory, I would
earnestly call u1on the merchants, not only of
the cit, but of the whole country, to give me
their aid and enoouragement. come and see me
del ty fNO. HANSEN
_____TZ6AMBOATU.
URtLAIi tC t ILII AND
Lnava ti AIVL~tsVAL11LIC,
vagi1, ~lls fen rIoat, LAA t lawnRwe
tLr wh.Patl o uAlro. MNIrrttirhla and
all lnt~tmrmedlatanoinita- hea LaaanntlcnrstZeall r
MONTr. Alrrnsli,,,
?Irrmc· I'rtnl, maer, rtii k Sint , e'nrtk,
will leavt at, ahuve. For frtnlgl or reaneaee up
Or onn beard, or I
'XYNUI A WILJIAAt14.
iy9 " tars rev nr strent,
IIIICIlleAfl OMINtlN At I IA Lill Yl LII AND
Net' tin n Oh ANM I 'A0(UE'I'.
fraavPR ()n WLUI,+DI~yt Inlý+ 11( 111 at , at.
1I) t 0Ilc~NO NNAA1'1, LO(IV[Lo
/tvariievI te HI-Ienrarruieo. tHhawnen
t'iwn, P'1i'tei,4h 1( arr, , tninJeha and
all Iltntotunedllnte ternlte .-lTlit plefl(RwRfler eanimer
CRIIAM. MOReGAN,
Alteert Mte'tn, meeister. Htarry I. WMi$in, tortk.
wilt toave as atOrvA. For frnlght or LeaafRate as,.
ply on board or to
WAYNI A WILLIAMS,
i+:1111$ lravleir atront.
MI'. IAII IM.
ST. LOtIltH 4ND CAIitO.
MT'. LOIIS ANlD NIW ULA
CO04PA NY. "u
pll Ml'r. IUJIJ. *h1,. CIn'MRIM
mI tt Ian i-Ilto Rltll Issndi li ti n'eotnti
JAUIM HnoWARD.
i. 1. feranu Jiui at+,ef J. H. Chassatnin, i'lrk,
nays týAl'l trliAV, .fiuly 7, at It p. In.
'r I Kr na~al, r .Rnlll tlrh'tla to tatnarek nail
Dea lW tnl. Oaklk(tn, via Cit. PyL(, Mian. Roundl~
trlýte I tke'. tee ft. lT.iil godtl tie O+teolner i,.
I' lie+tg Mlltle ct , oIll ui, vIta ialtro aind Ht,
Igeeilie, to all Ieielnlie North and Went.
.1. IB. WOlf'S A JO,, Agr'nte.
OUIA(IIITA RIVitli.
NIIW OIJ&RS" AND OUAL ILITA ' IVfl
OV RA A TYO 'IN OMPAltlN! t O
Weekly Oumtaehlta C1ity It. C. MlaIl Paektei
Leave O 0 OUCITAY O TY, TAIN.
y et, onroe and alt to~wn landings
e steam erne~ e t~fU~~ ttD~,
JOHN 0. HANK
(In Dae' of OuaohltA le,
1JW. btanks, naanter, J (eMnalnes Irk
Will leave regularly "Aborve. 791 1 mgrvn thir
rIght to refesa any anding etxe tLpt n all land
tluga.or freight or vAsaeae aplty on board, or
to
Ogý Cav UM1-.F. A. DLANKS P'reel ~
£' 1,-aemale tonneetlonwt att
lol the
tributaries,_ fel ti
OIIOJashC.tI
IIIOULAlI OJ fOgAp AOICB1!.
N ff, Br t i UI (1mmap e ra
d~it v e,an a f1Ian ~u odtaý th e t t
Atobafalwra Bar and iiaytn Uotirtab au-The
new anti llght LftnaM
(In platin of Manedy No.2, e
II. I. flroaii, miaster. iI. I)taatrovanix, and J. 1).
w lltlearn a above. FMi uurnt (C elrrk, pryF
Iily'on board or to 1nf1P'14()I( do gf'f;EER;
NI gravler street.
it. W. ADAMN.
1a8I If 21 Ooninreolal l(aon.
r,-Oor lrE~taslglOien with steamer Minnie
for ltayou a Otalt Y, Also gives through bile
tading to Biayon lije'f.
fIRAND IM,. 11
SUMMEIR AIItIANOGMENT,
In (onnecUtion wlth the Grand Isle Hotel,
T Thi light draft steamer
fILLY COLLINtR,
ike MSwnosony. mawtar, J. Wise, clerk,
Wll tanke regular trips during the s oo
Leave hand of I larvoy's I anal every 'UEBDAY
and SATUIlDA atr , i[n. .l tet. .lr ve
itrand Isle every MONDAY and THU DA
at 7 a. mr..ariving at tIhe l y Moldlay antd Thurs
lvay at 5 Ip. in. 'io'tllilsing at Willor wharf ergh
way. Fare etuwh way tS 5a.
tprninl arrlan gelontsllt mnlad with partles of
Fx-ursionlsta. For futther particlt r tptly
oni board or to SITU& +cAIILIN,
4 Tehoupitoiell streent
P. S.- The stlrns ferry that ionntnos with the
boat Ineves tihe ha.i osf eInislsna Avenul every
flin mnnutes. mny35 tf
LOWER 'OAC T
LOWER COAHT rUNITED HTATES MAIL
DAILY LINE .4NIDAYM EXUVPTrED.)
S PiliFOR PORl'T REA 1M, '11l; FOI1TH.
B rtunrs, nr arantino, P1'otiue-a- T.A
lfashn Atll way Iadings -''The swift
low- press' Ftou i Jlii litn Ijaavn steamer
W. H. 3Ba.ntt mnster,
liIeave 'I'UEHI)AY4R a1ed ''tIIlsiiDAYM at to
i. in.. MATU It.IAYH at r, p. rn. (extennllnd 8tatur
dlay trilp to lillt Town. Houihwst , ass): rseturn
I nlg M.ndlay mnorningsllli, WednesIIi sday i rid I' rlday
cVPnllfigsn.
The A No, I RstinOmr.r
.master,
leaves MONDAYH. WOIDNEHDAYH tawl Fill
DA Y, at 1i a. on.: returninr alternate days.
*Excu.lrsion ti'ket. $5ts (grtod on rleither i,at.
For frelght or .Itaiiisst apiply oin board, he
tween Cont.l andl MHt Ie, ss1 streets, or to
jyl JOHN MIMAI 'H. 672 Manazline stri,,t.
BHIPS.
iOR LIVERPOOL,
FOIl L.IVERPOO'00 Th, Al American
shlp HAIIINO. M. Farmer mrastr, is now
ioaling ,at Pst o at. First Flstlriet. for thb
above port. Fr frlXitKt at R CO..yt
JoSl 7 Carondolsnt street.
"DOMESTIC."
Having completed arrangements with the
Domestl Howing MwI'hitne Company for the
Southern agRyncy of theilr celebrated machines
I now offer them to the public at the Lowesi
Cash and Time Hates.
Theme machines are warranted to bothe light
eAt running, rtost durnhln, and slmplent in con
struetion of any lock-stitch manhlnn made.
A new stock of Dlomestisc and "Grover and
Baker" machins ljust received.
Grover and Baker Sewin'g Machine Depot.
II. H. TRUE,
Me. S Chartres street, New Orleans.
INbURANCE OIL.
THE BEST FAMILY SAFETY OIL.
THE INSURIANCE OIL Is the only illuminat
ing oil that has the full Indorsement of all the
leading Insuransce Companies of Europe and
America.
"The sample of InsuI rance Oil stands the high
eot test of flthash and burning point of any oil
ever tested for the (Committee."-New York
Board of Underwriters.
"For illuminating purposes the Insuranroe Oil
is Perfectly Mafe."- Nw Orleans Board of
Health.
"'t is our opinion that the gneral use of the
Insurance Oil would greatly reduce the number
of lamp flres and expilsions, nd lessen the risk
of destruction to life aid prr.perty.'"-NewOr
leans Board of Undi.;rwriters.
Fathers and mothers who desire the safety ,of
their children and homes should use the
INSURANCE OIL.
Put up in het ,arrels and also
NEW PATENT FAUCET CANS.
For sale by
Purollne and Portable Gas Light Co.
95 and 97 Gravder street. New Orleans.
And iby JERVEY. PETTIT & CO..
Galveston. Houston and Austin, Texas.
msst t_
DENTISTRY..
J. R. WALKER, D. D. 1.,
Ne. 180 Delerd Street,
Latest Improvements and beet stylee of both
Operative and Mechanical Dentistry at most
Moderate Prices. Contour Fillinag splt
.htt
S7TgAMBOAT .
N~)tlU RBIIN
. !f, IT Fcrine f'niA.P>'linun.+ bc,ttis Nto. d.
-W. at1 iisJci~u, 1k nnIe Li t, Itawn.
(1 IULIb 3lu HIIi'P'O ILnl
__ _ P~e}u} r e t1 vperr
dIn~fcnecilj HIUj SiJull At a r I
ewC ecins antis 0n o owe t
Poll fif1iV 1'ffl1TA1W1J 'OVPN11$ON,
t! lAVes Wi ¶ 7 e oe mraster.
tbrhlll~diiI. iii
f ibwhatrfboat charfed, r rairewe ortmaI~
Will (3b carged ait moytht a ad piwer, or~
:to the ýfep Ior,~~ sir hilftireig t eaneigag
u l tIg leave Hbreveport Tasedane.
r Tgcru5JIyu.nad aturdays.
iar f "el ab",r v e ig on b oard
arcrole streete. rod., i tb, gi'e ' y ";;
!Semi-We.hIy (Anhai msav Pashet ,
)ai nND itV~E MOM
Hf ~n a r a
J . `g p an.
I' steamers~~- BAB1r Iidt~i
New~ Nar A·bI~~i~a,_~lpenot, master.
LMeawv every I,$A '1UtcAJJA t e at Sip,
Will lcvyeau tr bove, as lihove o
vassage app aonboardror boe]rt
Fa nlo i f-merolal~
VH.'j-I1 answer ile on te r hmt, anRt
ward freightun uonblntled to Rteatner BarteAb
iren of nheiarge iI (05
VIt14 sI(iNy t
Di ITLD TATZ MAIL PAOXff,
i ad lao. IL to jq.
giv ate nezod~
tlirawu b mf f Ar
A erysxinl . B Mloe ydr3ta L.
Tea g, oo e nlt us ftIaaosl osL
'a~te ng rrMfaA
Mor , ndsal t lesda e and Ie rav
I teetve4ºrtret~r I v c71ýt i
(In lanee of the Fraiuk 1'rgod.)
1. MM Whlt, tnaster, U oliasdAstrk
ate rr7 p tn'b ts ' oasmo
min de uua . o reghtorum, nag bylp
on board. or to
Will iers thrclrmal a to Ironton
Mon roc, a d tall abash ,,~ o on .B gr Bnrrt
p art ý d ace rur nltroad v:ot IJII 1TT.
SATtU1DAX V S1 IvrTAT
la Nk ý aastnntrrae ýedd
KAZOO VAtLNM,
tin alawn oat Natoti e,)
'F. 11. irtlith, master, Frank ISeek and W. Wii
enan, nilorks,
goracinyitlngca inn Yl~ba'a wait theýPcirlsot Lin
ýýnai w tc An her Lne for Memiphls &fo n
BLLo a id
Thiont rueerves tiia right td peas all aLtd-.
inlga that the (Japtain chy racnseldsr, unsafe.
Nor f T I Ai Ma~~JSIi, 4y~hoiIpo.a t
in11 ive througb hills of . in t to TrAnton,
Maaiaroa anal all etatltha V tn a Iciueve.
voranB Ter Ve rd i ia Delta, iir
BAYOU MAMA.
ann n n mail mni-weekav
LA BIEIll
(In DieP Mf e 5t4nalJr (fov. Alln.
J. J. Brown. master,
Lem aveovar MONDAY and MIlIDAY. at
m.. T p3i rouia
dW 8m A. . ODI. I
90II0PP9I COACT.
IIEOULAII TRI-WEEK LY PACKET.
Leaves overy MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
ATUIrDAY at 1On, mo
FOIRI A8LADI Fb HL ILD AN4TATIQO
Aeo.'nlon parlsh. Donald onyv ie
and all Ioanst landings-Thie fine
side-wheel PnB p wea O. Cr
J. A. Omstck, master,
Oeo. M. Woods and Ohme. Dean, clerks
Will leave as above. ieturnin, leaves Ash-;
land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Man
dlay, comlng down ttbe coast In daylight. For
freight or passage a ply i n board or to
S ~ H. f V NO, 19 (Conti street,
P. A. All frolght dellvered In the daytime,
LA PO .(C'H E.
8EMI-WEEKLY JBAYOU LAPOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET
TIIIOU(bH TO LOCKPORT.
Leaves overy TU, MDAY and tATUItDAb
a p T The fine passenger steamer
I ELLA IIlUillM,
Joe Dalifer, master, B. . Alba clm n,
Leaves let Oriaens every TUE$DAY gt5 m.
and 8Ai'UlEUAY at 5 p, m. for oc.kor
PlantYation. .,eturrig, lavs Thlbodaux every
FRIDAY a d MONDAY morning,
For freigut or Isagi, atpply on board.
P. 8.-A clerk always on landing, head of Cont
street, to reeiveo freoght. myn.
SEMI-WEr LX BAYOUV LAFOUIBOH
THROUGHI TO LOCKPOBT,
T.e light erar t steamer
k U. D. Terrebonne. Master.
11 D. Trrebo ne ola6k.
Leaves New Orleans every THUll DAL a.
MONDA ats m,, returnna every WJI
NIIDAY and SA'URDAY evening. Fow 11e1g
or aae applyo ard or to
or TEREBONNE S ALOMON, A 15et"
7/ Decatnr between ont and BIenvtll
P. 8.-Will carry freight as low as any boat i
the trade. a i
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUROHBE AdD
COAST PACKET.
THROUOH TO THIBODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at a p, m. and FRIDAY
at 10 a. m.
L THE FINE SIDE-WHEEL TEA-
er IIENRY TETE,
J. F AucoIn. master. M. H. Landry. clerk,
Pays particular att:ntion to way business ans
returns down the Coast Sundays and WeIdna
days. For freight or passage a ýlv on board
or to BI. IIVYET,
as 10 tf 16 Decatur street.
BAYOU LAFOURCHE SEMI-WEEKLY
PACKET.
THE NEW PA$.,ENGEBSTEAMER
AMMUIPTIN,
P. A. Charlet, master
N. Z. Dupuls, clerk
Lea.vs Nw Orleans every TUEDLAY ato ., m.
and SATURDAY at 5 p. m.. for Laurel Valley
Plantation. Returning leave Thibodaux every
THURSDAY and MONbAY morning.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
B. RIVET,
myl tf 105 Decatar street.
BATON ROUGE.
Leaves every MONDAY at p. in.. and FEIDAT
at 12 m
The pT e temýer
Frank Bergeron. master . 0. Bergero clerk
Leaves as above for Baton Rouge rfia
mine. Donaldsonville and all
returnn every SUNDAY and
Ioro eht r a on bat or to

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