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RIVER NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRBAT.
Saturday, August 4, 1877. (
Ially report of the stage of water, with changes
In the twenty-four hours ending yesterday 8
p. m.:
Above low Change.
water. BiSe. Fall.
Feet. Inch. Inch. Inch.
airo.............. 16 8 0 4
Ginoinnati......... 7 2 0 2
L'..sville.......... 4 9 0 1
Memphise .......... 13 3 0 5
Sew Orleans...... 7 1 t 0 1
Pittsburg ........ 2 3 0 7
Shreveport......... 10 7 0 4
St. Louis ........ 15 1 0 2
Vicksburg......... 21 9 0 4
*Below high water mark of 1874.
NELSON GOBOM. Serg't. 8ig. Ser. U. B. A.
ABRIvALS.-Isabel, Eva, Eureka, C. H. Durfee,
B.rt Able, Centennial, Martha.
DEPARTURSx.-Isabel, Assumption, St. John,
Gov. Allen.
To ABBIV--Ella Hughes, Robert Young, La
fourche; Mary Ids, upper coast; Isabel, tower
coast; Glenuoe, bt. Lfmis; Cherokee, U. P.
Schenck, Cincinnati; Willie, Attakapase.
Clear and warm yesterday.
Business not very active.
We hope our frienps on the river will bear in
mind that we do job work of all kinds in the
DEMtOCAT office. When a neat and cheap job is
wanted, and at the shortest notice, try us.
Tom Langdon has snipped as second clerk of
the W. J, Behan. Tom has not steamboated for
several vrars.
Tom Knee has charge of the Stella Block's
offioe.
The Yazoo Valley had a fine trip in Thursday
night. She is the packet to-day for Vicksburg in
place of the Natohez. She is a fine steamboat
and a very fast one besides.
The Centennial arrived from St. Louis yester
day morning and will return to-day.
The repairs on the Blue Wing not being com
pleted in time for her to leave to-day her de
parture has been deferred to next Saturday. The
Eureka in the meantime will continue to fill her
place.
The E'la Hughes will b3 the only departure for
the Lafourche to-day.
Jorr5cE.-Wednesday evening, on the way
down, the Assumption landed at Harvey's brick
yard to take o. a lot of bricks, to be delivered on
the trip up. To this eight or ten of the roneta
bouts objected, and despite coaxing and remon
stance on the part of the mate and captain, gath
ered their dude and left the boat. Thursday
morning they put in an appearance and asked fo,
their wages. This was refused, Capt. Chareot
claiming that they were not entitled to any be
cause they had refused to work and left his boat
in distress. They then went before United States
Commissioner Southworth and entered suit.
Judge Southwortb, after hearing both sides, dis
missed the suit, holding that as they had shipped
for the round trip, they were under obligations to
make it, ani that having quit the boat without
sufficient cause, they hadfourieited their right to
moneys due them. Thinking their claims would
fare better elsewhere, they went before Commis
sioner Halliday. That gentleman, upon learning
all the facts, told them to clear out, saying fur
ther that he wouldn't entertaina case passed upon
by a brother commissioner, and that if they had
come before him in the first place, he, too, would
.have dismissed the suit.
From Mesrs. Britton & Elipler, agents, we
learn that the Sunflower Belie, Dick Dent in
command, wi 1 leave Vicksburg to-day for New
Orleans. The Belle comes here for repairs, and
when finished she will load for the Sunflower
river, leaving here next Saturday.
The fine steamer Texas leaves for Alexandria
and Grand Eoore to-day.
The Bed River Transportation Company have
withdrawn the C. H. Durfee, for the purpose of
repairing her, and will send out to-day instead
the W. J. Behan. Capt. Geo. E. Wilkinson will
command the Behan, Mr. F. A. Ames clerk. The
company take great pride in keeping their boats
in tip -op order, and the moment there is work to
be done on one, another is selected to fill her
place.
The Lotus No. 3 being on her last trip, the
CoL A. P. Kounes ill take her day, hlaving here
next Wednesday.
E. Oonery & Son have three boilers, with mud
and steam drum complete, for sale. See adver
tisement.
The John H. Hanna, being ready, leaves next
Wednesday for the Ouachita, and the Howard
will be wittdrawn.
Capt. Woods has contracted with Dave Mcoan
A Son for a new cylinder complete, and a new
shaft, for the La Belie.
In connection with the departure of the Tren
ton to-day for the Athobfalaya, there are three
certainties that shippers can depend upon: That
she will leave every Saturday; that she will re
main in the trade, and that she will give satisfao
tion to those who have business with her. Bob
bins and Block are good fellows, both of them;
they have lots of friends here, and they will make
them there.
The Trenton will connect with the Ann S., run
ning in Old river.
Hiving a sheet to put in her boiler, the Eva
did nst leave for the lower coast yesterday, lay
it g over to her next regular day, Monday. The
freight received by the Eva goes on the Martha
to-day.
We had the pleasure of a call yesterday from
Lou MacFarland. Lon is the very head clerk of
the hotel at Grand Isle, and says u'e the best
place he's struck yet.
The Martha, leaving to-day, makes a run
through the jetties and out into the Gulf for a
short distance. She is a fine steamer and the
trip a pleasant one, worth the making.
John W. Ong, who has been spending several
weeks in the city, returned home on the Dawn.
Bousters on the upper Mississippi packets now
get $25 per month and firemen $30.
The Stella Block, fr the Tensas and Macon
to-day, is the last chance shippers will have this
The Assumption, for the Lafourche, not only
had a fine freight yesterday, but she had her
cabin full of people.
The Willie will arrive to-day from the Teche
and return next Wednesday. See telegram be
low.
The Eureka, in plaoe of the Buine Wing No. 3,
J. A. Comstock master, Meeers. Woods and Dean
clerks, leaves to-day at 10 s. m. for Donaldson
ville and the Ashland plantation.
The lower coast United States mail and pas
aenger steamer Martha, W. S. Bassett master,
Mesrs. Legier and Barois olerks, leaves to-day
at 5 p. m. for Port BaEnds.
The Texas, in place of the Bart Ale, leaves
to-day at 6 p. m. for Alexandria and Grand Ecore.
Richard Sinnott master, Geo. Hamilton olerk.
The Yazoo Valley, in place of the Natchex, T.
R Smith master, Frank Beck, Jr., clerk, leaves
b-day at 5 p. m. for Vicksburg and all mail
.- semi-weekly coast and Bayou Lafourche
-lfet Ella Hughes. Joe Dalferes master, leaves
to-day at 5 p. m., going through to Lookport.
The Trenton, J. L. Rubbins master, Gabe
Block clerk, leaves to-day at 5 p. m., posi
tively, for the Atohafalasya, through to Washing
ton.
The Stella Block, J. B. Fullivan in command,
leaves to-day at 5 p. m. for Black river, Ten
sae and Maoun, through to Warsaw.
[By Telegraph.]
FA.N.sr , La., Augna. 2.-To Hite & Carlin:
Oapt. Trinidad is improving slowly. Steamer
Wil is will arrive on Saturday morning and leave
Wednesday. tRANK GREIG Clerk.
Vcxsoanao, Aug. 2.B-To J. B.IWoode & Co., 104
Gommon.etreet: steamer Glencoe will arrive Sat
urday night and leave for St. Louis Monday.
J. T. McGORD, OCirk.
EXCHA NG CIJPPINGe.
EZU.AeUi tA UUrL MUal.
St. Louis Republican, Aug. 1:
The river is falling at the rate of 6 inches a day
and marks 16 feet by the gauge this evening.
Business is fair. The Commonwealth is filling
up steadily, and will leave for New Orleans to.
morrow. The barge company will dispatch a
tow on Saturday.
The city authorities of Keokuk have agreed to
lease to the Keokuk Northern Line Packet Com.
pany 210 feet of the levee, and the boats of the
line will hereafter land there. The price is to be
$500 per annum and the payment of back wharf
age to depend on the decidion of the Supreme
Court.
Courier-Journal, August 1:
The steamer Rob;. Mitchell was sold by Capt.
James Paul yesterday to Capt. Dan. Moore, Mr.
Frank St.in and others of Cinemnati. Capt. Paul
left for Cincinnati on the Lvtle yesterday to close
up the sale. The boat will be taken to Cincin
nati, put in complete repair, and enter the fall
trade as a regular Cincinnati and New Orleans
packet. Terms private.
The new steamer Alvin made a trial trip yester
day and pet formed finely. She is going to prove
herself among the "flyers," and is a very hand
some boat. She is over at Jeffersonville, where
she will remain until she staris nuthb.
After nine years of labor and an outlay of many
millions the canal for steamers around the lower
rapids of the Upper Mssissippi, extendin g from
Keokuk to Montrose, -opposite Nauvoo, is about
completed and will be ready to admit the passage
of steamboats in a few days. It is regarded as
one of the most important improvements within
the territory of the United States. The govern
ment steamer Montana is the first boat to go
through.
MARINE NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT,
August 4, 1877.
Oleared Yesterdar.
No clearances at the Customhouse yester fay.
Arrived.
Steamship Knickerbocker. Kemble, from New Yu'k,
25th nit, to A Moulton--2d dis 8
UTUAIlnOATS
Centennial, Davidson, from St Louis
C H Dutfeo, M, Chesney, from Shreveport
Mart Able. Sinnott. trom Grand Ecore
Yazoo Valley, Smith, from Vicksburg
Eva, Taylor, from Lower Coast
Eureka Comstock, from Upper Coast
Rice Farmer, luiz, from Loser Coast
Isabel. O'Pry. from Lower Coast
Martha, Bassett, from Lower Coast
Imports
NEW YORK-Per steamship Kniokerbocker-
Assorted mdse
Recelpts of Produce.
ST LOUIS--Per steamer Centennial--lot mdse
Aiken's Line-2 pkgs mdse Blanks Line--8 do stmr
Bart Able--3 do J S Altkens & .'on-50 ea ks malt,
J A BlaflFr &co-39 bbis potatoes 4 bbls onions Bur
keawad & Schwabacher-3 pkgs mdse Branch,
Crookes &co-36 bbls pork E F DelBondio--50 bbls
potatoes J Ber cci--58 do 7 bbls onion, G W Davi
son &co-25 bbls potatoes 8 crates cabbage EDoberty
-110 bales hay H DelBondlo-15 bbls potatoes 3 bbse
onions S D'Amico-65 boxes glass 1 bbl rice Flash.
Lewis &o-2.0 kegs lead O R Finlay &co-20 bbls oil
D Fa'jo &oo-36 bbls potatoes 7 bbls onions Grove &
Wildermann-15 cows 13 horses A Henli-15 bbls
flaxmeal E J Hart too-1 box mdse (. Jacquet-278
bbls potatoes 20 pkgs krout 17 pkgs cabbage J Keller
-6 bbis oil Kip & Ruch-o00 blis flour JR Kent &
oo-250 do 100 hf do H T Lawler---37 kgs lead C D
Lallande-25 bobs flour M Stich & Son-3 bble sour
D Moffatt-15 lles kout Miller & Meyer-- 00 bbl
flour order shipper---5 casks bac n Prudhomme &
Briggs-53 pkgs arout 2a 0 bbls meal Chas Pleasants
-I i bbls potatoes 10 ph g krout 20 bbls apples 13
crates cabbage J Salomoni-200 bbis meal 44 bbls flour
21 sacks meat Schwabaeher & Hirsch-1 case shoes
H Stern kco-42 pkgs mdse M W Smith-10 sacks
oileake 150 sacks torn W Schindler- 83 pes stone J
A Norton-79 bbls flour 14 casks bacon 3 tierces do 14
casks meat Schwabacher, Frowenfeld & Pfeifer--
casks bacon 200 sacks bran Shipper's order-2u0 ecks
oats Tess Wiss &oe----3 bbls pork 30 boxes bacon
Joe West &co-2 half casks meat 15 bbls grits 5 bbls
hominy 5 bbls rye flour large lot mdse C A Whitney
&eo-I bale cotton Richardson & May--O4 sacks oil
cake J W Burbridge &o---90 bbeis potatoes Chas
Pleasants-28 do II bbls apples E F DelBondio-5 do
H DelBondio-85 bb.e flour Gordon & Gomila -430 do
350 sacks bran Rigers & Mithobell----66 do 177 bbis
flour Schwabaoher, Frowenfeld a Pfeifer--25 do 241
sacks bran C T Buddecke & Son-170 bbis flour J B
Camora--27 sacks bran Randolph & Dunnioa--2:9
bbla meal 252 bbls grits Glover & Odetrlahl 80 bbls
potatoes Burkearval & Sohwabsober-20 bbls onions
order-119 bales hay JR IKent &co--l0 bbls flour
Schwabacher & Hirsch-l100 bbls mt al Chs Pleasants
-..8 bbis krout G W Davison &oo--6 b. Is potatoes to
order- 77 acks bran Jno T Gibbons &co--50 bbls
flour 200 hf do Glover & Odeoadahl-2- do 100 bbls
meal G Pascal &oo-3 bb.s cabbage Nosk-23 bbls
apples 7 bbls onions order--300 bbls flour J R Kent
&co-t0 bbls flour 25 hit do G Pascal &co----100 bbls
flour Glover & Odendahl-9 crates cabbage order-o0
bbls potatoes Grove & Wildermann--500 bbls flour
Prudhomme & Briggs-100 do Zuberbier & Behan
23 bbls potatoes order-165 sacks corn Jno T Gibbons
&co-200 bbls flour ttlover & Odeodahl--80 bbls pta
toes Borkearvad & Scbwabacher-500 bbla flour J B
Wood &co-6 do 2 pkgs tea I pkge tobacco E Clarke
25 bbls botthd beer 2 txs do C A Whitney &0o--2
pkgs mdse H Wlrz--10 cows J Eimmer--L 5 bbls
meal 904 sacks corn and sundries to order-Total 1
bale cotton
SHREVEPORTT--Per steamer C H Durfee-- 3
bales cotton S W Rawlins-1 C L Walmaley &oo-1
RT Bucknerl& Bro-94 tee bones N O& B RT CTo
330 head cattle Ayook. Mi.chell &co--sundries to
recer--Total 5 bales cotton 94 tes bones 330 head
cattle
GRAND ECORE-Por steamer Bait Able-- 5
bales cotton C L Waluinsley &o--5 Meyer, Wets eon
--1 Lehman, Abraham &oo-l Renshaw. Cammack &
co- 3 S Friedlander-260 sacks cotton, seed N 0 Cot.
ton Seed Association-23 head cattle Noel & Wooten
-3 do Wang & Cottam-90 do C Mehle &oo-- I bag
wool 3 bdles hides H H Eansell-1- bag wool L Laces
sagse-1 bdle hides 1 cask wax Scherok & Berkson
9 hides L Terrebonne-ll do Oscar Chpinn--- hhd
sugar Payne, Kennedy &o----7 bdls hides E P Dels
vallade-1 bbl wax J G Spor-- bbl honey A Tertrou
-sundries to order-Total 15 bales cotton 260 sacks
cotton seed I hhd sugar 116 head cattle
VICKSBURG-Per steamer Yazoo Vallev-10
bales cotton Mever, Weis &oo-6 S B Newman &oo..
6 T L Airey coo 5 Craig & Hogan-5 Richardson &
May-4 J L Harris &co-2 G WV Sentell &oo-2 Leh
man, Abraham &oo-2 CJlapp Bros &co--- Vaiden,
Hawkins &eo---235 sacks bran t64 bbis flour Glover
& Odendahl-40 d 8 casks bacon 65 sacks bran Val
rin & Mortimer-5-68 bbls flour W H Matthews & Bro
-645 sacks corn Howard & Preston- 149:1 do Oscar
Chopin-160 bbls oil Anderson & Simps 1n-- hhds
tobacco E H Wilson & Mills-4 do Bdadles. Wood &
co----208 sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Feed Associa
tion-549 pkgs truot and sundries to order-Total 43
bales cotton 203 sacks cotton seed 2144 sacks corn 300
sacks bran 1272 bbis flour 160 bbls oil 6 hhds tobsoco
LOWER COAST-I'er steamer Eva-sundries to
order
UPPER COAST--Per steamer Eureka-sundlies
to order
LOWER COAST Per steamer Rice Farmer
sundries to order
LOWER COAST- Per steamer Isabel-sundries
to order
LOWER COAST-Per sttamer Marth--sundties
to order
RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
Pearl River-Per steamer J F Flazer----65 cords
wood to order
Wolf River--Per rFhr Joe Americo----5,0CO feet
lumber to O Stnuber-16 cornes wood to mac ter
Biloxi-Per schr Fals er-40,000 feet lumber to H
Buddir
Biloxi-Per schr J J Cowart-25,000 feet lumber to
H Buddit
Bayou Lacombe-Per schr Wilhe!mina-45,000 feet
lumber to \V W Carre &co
Pascagoula-Per achr E Blessey--42,000 feet lum
ber to H Buddig
Tchefuncta River-Per schr Newton-15,000 bricks
to order
Pearl River-Per schr La Belle-25,000 feet lumber
40,000 laths to J W Adams
Jordan River-Per schr Galeas-20,000 fee' lumber
to J L N overs
Handeboro--Pes schr J F Poop -35 000 feet lumber
to H Buddig
Biloxi-Per schr (arrie Swain- 38 cords wood to
master
*Tchefunota River-Per schr Saucy Jack-450 bbls
sand to older
RECEIPTS AT THE OLD BASIN.
Pascagoula-Per schr Walter Denny - -45,000 feet
lumber to H Buddig
Tanginahoa--Per sohr Lillie Dunn- 34,000 feet
lumber to order
Bonfouca-Per sochr Mew-20 cords wood to master
Biloxi-Per schr Bloom-40.0. feet lumber to H
Buddig
Pasagoula-Per schr New Star-1C00 bbls charcoal
to master
By Rallrad..
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
August 3--24 bbls potatoes 50 bbls onions G W
Davison &eoo-30 do 30 bbls potatoes E Doherty-j 00
bbls lime O Foretall--I ar cabbage Stephens & Stork
-..21 crates cabbage 81 bbls potatoes 14 bbls onions
Chas Pleasants-20 do 124 bb!s potatoes Greve & Wil
de, mann-100 bble flour Schwabacher, Frowenfesd &
Pfeif r-100 do Gordon & Gomila--100 do Bnumgar
den & Lankl s-lo0 do Perdreanville &co-24 bbls
onions 90 bbles otators Chas Pleasants -12 do G W
Davison &co-la bbls onions E D1 herty-29 do G W
Davis'n &co-20 do 20 bbl-potatoes Greve & Wil.
derman-4 sugar pans B J West-'9 pkgs mdse H H
Hansell..12 do H Stern &co-1 do Elkin. &c--13 do
A Dousseau-8 do E Booth-1 do J Schwartz-14 do
R M& B J Montgomery--1 car empty bbls J W
Platt--20 bre pears C H Schenok- 70 do Schmidt &
Ziegler-l bbl flour W T Brown-41 pkgs fruit Berry
&co-40 pkge paper C A Whitney &co--2 pkgs scales
J Water s-1 pkge corks F Hartk-ff-10 tierces hams
Miller, Dolhonde &co-15 do E S Keel) & Sons-t0
tee meet Vose Broe--:l1 crates cabbage 84 bbls pota
toes 5 bbls onions E Dohesty-66 bbli p tatoes s Sa
lomoni-44 do M St ch & Son- 18 crates cabbage
Miller & Meyer-14 bdls paper E C Palmer &co--1
bx mdse S T Blessing-18 head miles J Levv-16 hlf
casks meat J Nelson &co-8 eks do Hirsch Adl r &
co-50 bake domestic lateson, Wisdom & Bowlint-
2 pkgs mdoe J S Henry- 11 coops poultry 3 boxes
eggs Colozne & Masson-3 do E F Gross- 2 boxes
peaches 1 coop poultry A Valeton &co--sundries to
order
NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND NORTHERN
RAILROAD.
August 3-- bales cotton Alcus, Scherok & Autey
-2 T J Carver-1 Richardson & May-Total 7 bates
cotton
8 hhds tobacco Kirkpatrick & Keith-2 Beadles.
Wood &co-Total 10 hhds tobacco
200 bbls flour Vairin & Mortimer--6 bble onions
Glover & Odendahl-36 dry hides Wang & Cottam-2
roda founts T S Wate n:an-ll10 bbl flour Schwab
acher, Frowenfeld & Pfeifer-2 cars wheat LJ Hig
by-I car wood W Wells--2 cars stock Aycock,
Mitchell Sco-10 bbls apples Randolph & Dunnica
10 do H DelBondio-10 do Berry &co-20 do 6 boxes
eggs Miller & Meyer--300 bbs flour T A Hamilton
&co-14 bbls aprles 1 bbl pear_ J P Ma.heca &co-1
car lumber E D Cobb-1 bx boots and shoes Rykoski
& Manade-100 bbls flour Perdreauvil e &o--35 half
casks bacon Payne, Kennedy &co--L-00 bbls flour to
older -140 bbls onions M Stich & Son-12 cars water
melona owner-2 cars bricks M S Newsonse-50 bbis
oil J II Scott-I case m(lse L Godchaux--1 bale do
Blanks Line- -70 bbls potatoes 6 crates cabbage Ste
phens & Stork----33 bble potatoes 3 b, Is onions G W
Davison &co-1 bbl hams 5 oges do a-chwabacher &
Hirach--i hb mineral water J W Bobrmsan-2 fl kins
butter C Jlinton-l190 cases baking vowd, r Flash.
Lewis &oo-- bx Jeans Marks. Levy &co--2 casks
bacon Hirsch, Adl, r &co---6 bdls a trees 1 box sad
dlery M W Smih--16 bb's potatoes 4 bols onions S
Meyers--29 bales twine order--5 tierces shoulder J
Nelson &co-Total 2 cars wheat 2 casks bacon 35 hlf
do 5 uiroes shoul-ers 50 bole oil 8,0 bbls flour 153
bbls ,nions 119 bbls potatoes 6i bble apples
LORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TIEXAS RAIL
ROAD
August 3--9 bales moss lRussell & Hall---73 head
cattle A KHoilt-1-74 do C Mehle &eo--96do P Set.vatt
-4 do J G Spor-sundrles to order
LIST OF VESSELS
Up, Cleared and Mailed for New Oreans.
AUG UST 3, 1o77.
NHW YORK.
Steamship Lone Star .................sld July 28
Bark Halcyon, Hardle...............ld June 2l
HAVIE.
Ship D W Chapman, Tukey........ aeld July 2t
GENOA.
Bark Constants...... ................eld July 5
LIVERPOOL.
Bark Daniel Draper, Sode "gly........eld June 24
HORDEAUX.
Bark Alphene et Marie, Privat........ldg May 28
Bark Leopold et Marie, Lescally......dg May 2
SHIELDS, EING,
Bark Preaese......................... ld June 14
ROUEN
Bark Gee W Sweeney, Howett......aldJune 2
MARIEII.LE&.
Brig Aurora, Messina ........... Ida June 26
RAILROADS.
-)ONTCHA1RTRIAIN RAILWAY
Depot at the head of Elysian Fields street, near
the Leve, Third 1)istriet.
Excursion to or from the Lake and return
sa.me day, 20 enllts. (Children under twelve
yearsr, 10 elints.
Trains will leave as f1'llows:
From the City. From the Lake.
6 . o'eloek ......a. m. 7 ,'elock ......a. m.
. 73 o'clock ....... a. m. H , o'clock ........a. m.
So,'clo'k . ...a. m llo o'hl)k ....... a m.
10!6 c,'rlro)k ........ait. m 11 t o'(lcek .... a. m.
12 o'elock ........ m. I. o'elo k ........p. .m.
So'clock ...... p. m. a2. o'clock .......p m.
2o1lck . .. m. 3'o'lock m.....m.
4 o'clo'k ....... mM.m 43 o'clock ....... in.
So'o'k .....,.m. 4i o'clot. ....... n.
:. o'lo)k ......-).m. O! o'clock ......p.m.
7 o'clock...... p.m. 7 o'clock ....... m.
So'ioclock ...... p.m. 8 o'clock -........m.
9 o'clock ...... p. m. 93 o'clock .......p. m.
10 o'clock ......p. m. m.10 o'clock ........ p.m.
On Sunday the trains will be run every half
hour from 2 o'clock e. m. On Sunday morn
ings the trains leave the city at 5 o'clock for the
accommodation of sportsmen,
Passengers for Glentilly must notify the con
ductor prior to the departure of train.
aul '77 ly D. B. ROJ3INSO,4. Receiver.
THE ATLANTIC COAS I LINE.
PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
Reorganized for the summer of 1817.
Working out of New Orleans via the N. O. and
M. R. ±i., and presenting the following attractive
lines to the attention of all North-bound Tour
ists and Travelers:
Route No. 1-All Rail.
Via Montgomery Columbus, Macon, Augusta,
Wilmington. dichmond.
6S Hour., New Orleans to New York.
The same time always as by any other line.
Pullman Sleeping Cars to Opelika.
Solid lay Trains thence to Augusta. with
Pullman Sleeving Cars attached at Macon for
Wilmington.
Through train Wilmington to Richmond and
New York with Elegant Parlor Cars attached to
Richmond--thence Pullman Sleeping Cars to
New York.
ALL CHANGES AT SEASONABLE HOURS
AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY
VENTILATED CARS.
Route No. 2-Bay Line.
Over the same lines to Wilmington as by Route
No. 1. Then· by Special Parlor Cars to Ports
mouth. Vas. Thence, at 6:30 p. m. daily (except
hunday). by the magnificent steamers of the
BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by New York
Express, arriving in New York at 2:056 p. m.
A sixty-nine hours' run-only seven hours in
excess of ail ril time, with the advantage of an
undisturbed night's rest and superior accom
modations upon the Chesapeake Bay.
Route No. 3-The Old Dominion Line.
The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports
mouth as usoutes i and 2. Thence. on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 p. m. by the
magnificent sidewheel steamships of the OLD
DOM i NION COMPAN , which invariably arrive
at their New York wharves at 9 p. m.
A through run of 76 hours, combining the
essential elements of Cheapness. Speed and
Comfort.
Passengers should leave New Orleans Satur.
days, Mondays and Thursdays to connect close
ly with this Lino.
For Tickets, Checks, Time Cards, an l all in
formation, apply at the offices of the New Or
leans and Mobile Railroad.
A. POPE, General Passenger Agent.
J. H. WHITE, Southern Passenger Agent.
H. W. FOWLER. New Orleans Agent, corner St.
Charles and Common streets. my4 tf
GREAT JACKPON ROUTI.
NEW ORLEANE. iT. LOUiS A&iD CHICAGO
RaILROAD LINES.
DOUJBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS,
will depart and arriv as follows: from CaliloD
stree' depot from July 15, 1877:
DEPABT. ABEIVE.
Express No. 1.5:30 p. m. I Express No. 2.10:30 am
Express No. .6:15a.. m. Express No.4.'8:15 pm
Nos.1 and 2 run daily, 3 ana 4 daily except
Sunday,
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CABS
through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago. Cai
ro and Milan, Tenn., without change, and for St.
Louis a sleeper is taken on at Milan, enabling
passengers to go through without leaving the
train.
Friday evening's train makes no connection
at Duquoin for Chicago.
Accommodation trains between New Orleans
and McComb4ity: -
Leave New Orleans 3:30 p. m. Saturday; and
7:30 a. m. Sunday.
Arrive 9:50 p. m. Sunday, and 9:3o a. m. Mon
da ickets for sale and information given at 25
Camp street, corner Common. under City Hotel
A. I). SHELDON. Agent.
J C. CLARKE,
Vice President and General Manager. mho
THE NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE BAIL'
S ROAD-MOBILE LINE
THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE T., THi
EAST. NORTH AND WEST.
Via Louisville via Atlanta an via St.I.onis.
CARRYING THE U. S MAIL.
Trains arrive and pepart from Devpa,. I ot of
Canal street, as follows:
DEPAET. [ ABBIV.
I Express......s:4 a. m. Express... 11:2 a. .
Fxpress.......5:00 p. m. Express...... 9:55 p. m
Coast.........3:15 p. m. I
Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati, Lou.
isville. Nashville and St. Louis without change,
and only one change to New York and Eastern
cities.
Ticket Office. corner of Camp and Common
streets, opposite City Hotel.
D. B. ROBINSON. Superintend't.
mhs tf J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent.
NEW ORLEANS LAGER BEER.
CASPAR LUSSE,
Nos. 476 and 475 Chartres Street,
Announces 'to the proprietors of BEER
SALOONS, and to the public, that having com
pleted his immense apparatus for manufac.
uring L.tGER BEER,
/He is prepared to sell the same AT A LOWER
PRICE than any other HOME-MADE ARTI
CLE, and of as goodanality as any similar art!
cle produced iu the United States, mbn27 m
STEAMSHIPS.
TEXAS.
MORGAN LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
The following low-pressure Iron Steamships
form these lines:
HARLAN, I. C HARRIS, W. G. HEWEB,
MORGAN, JO)EPHINE, ST . MARY
(GU.RIE. WHITNEY, HUjTCHIN'SON.
CI}NTON. CITY OF NORFOLK.
ARANSAS. new building.
Plyiin from Morgan City. in connection with
Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad.
For Indllanola, 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 Hailroad, via Clinton. and
the Tlexas Transportation Company.
Freight charged as per new card rates.
San Antonio freights received and forwa-ded
via Galveton. HIouston and San Antonio Rail
way and Clinton
For Brazos Santiago
The iron steamer
I. C. HARRIS
Will leave Morgan City on
---. July -.
Lighterage at Brazos Santiago at risk and ex
pense of consignees.
Freight received for and bills ladinr signed
only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande Railroad,
as per now tariff, less 3 per cent, until further
notice. ,
Freight payable in gold.
For Corpus Christl, Fulton and
St. Mary's, via Rockport-The iron
steamer MORGAN,
Will leave Morgan City on
TUESDAY. August 7, 1877.
Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at risk
and expense of consignees.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at
Rockport.
Freght 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, Houstoh and Indlanola.
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 Indianola.
TUESDAY for Galveston and Houston.
THURSDAY for Galveston and Indianola.
SATURDAY for Galveston and Houston.
First class fare to Shreveport $25-Time, 46
hours.
Excursion 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 mornlng of departure.
Through tickets will be issued from this office
to the principal points on the Houston Texas
Central Railroad, on the International and
Great Northern Railroad. and Texas and Pacific
Railroad.
0. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents.
jel ly Corner Magazine and Natchez sts.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
MORGAN LINE STEAMSHIPS.
The following Al Iron Steamships
form this line
LONE STAR. ALGIERS,
N KW YORK, MORLIAN CITY,
ELLA KNIGH r, AGNES.
The Iron Steamship
LONE STAll,
will leave Algiers
TUESDAY, August 7,
Connecting atNew vork with st amshivs ELLA
KNIGH L' and AGNES for Philadelphia.
INSURANCE TO NEW YORK K,
Freight for the above port, received at the depot
of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Hailroad, foot
of Lafayette street, daily until 5 p. m.
For freight aply to
CHAS. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents.
jel ly Cor. Natchez and Magazine streets.
IIAVANA.
FOR HAVANA. CEDAR KEYS AND KEY
WEST.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
The llrst-clasd steamship
EMILY B. SOUDEB,
Foote,. Commander,
will leave, from foot of Calliope street, on
TUESDAY, July 31, at 8 P. M.
Passage rates to Havana, $40; Excursion tick
ets, seo.
Passage rates to Jacksonville, $20, including
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading issued to all points in
Florida.
For Freight or passage apply to
I. K. ROBERTS. 12o Common street.
Over Louisiana National Bank.
The steamship MARGARET follows on the
8th of August. my6 ly
SUMMER RESORTS.
MONTGOOERY WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS.
Great Reductions In Rates of Board
-AT THE
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs,
VIRGINIA.
REDUCED TO $40 PER MONTH.
Accommodations equal to any in the Mountains
of Virginia.
Dining room under the management of Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. JORDAN.
Fine Livery Stables, Ten Pins. Billiards, Cro
quet, Fishing, Hunting. Boat Rides and Drives.
in fact every convenience for the comfort and
pleasure of guests. ,
MUSIC.
The MARINE BAND of Annapolis, Md.
No Staging-All Railway Travel
The cars land guests in Reception room, on
the lawn.
Accommodations for 1000 Guests.
Proprietors refer to E. A. Tyler. Dr. A. A.
Gates. Capt. T. L. Airy, Walter Flowers. Jules
Blanc. T. J. McMillin, W. B. Brockett, CoL R. N.
Ogden, or
COL. W. B. GREGG,
Southern Passenger Agent for the Kennesaw
Route, office corner Camp and Common
streets.
jet 2m COLHOUN & CO., Proprietors.
MONTROSS HOUSE,
Biloxi. Mississippi.
The Montross House is now open for the recep
tion of guests.
The undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and the traveling public generally that
the house has been tho.oughly renovated, re
fitted, and improvements made to suit the most
exaeting. No pains or expense will be spared
to keep the Montross House up to its usual
standard-first class in every respect. Terms
moderate. Special rates to families and per
manent guests.
Telegrams or letters for rooms promptly at
tended to.
Meals furnished to excursionists at Sl.
jet 3m P. J. MONTROSS. Proprietor.
SHADY "ROVE,
BILOXI,
URBAIN RAMBAUT
takes the pleasure to announce to his friends
ano the puolic that he will reopen his hotel on
JUNE 1.
Gentlemen and families arrivingon excursion
train can be aecommodated with meals at all
hours. Price very moderate. Meals funrnished
excursionists, $1. Apply for terms for families
at Bambant's Exchange. 201 Decatar street, or
a~iloxi, Miss, my29 2m
STEAMBOATS.
OPELOUSAM.
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
REGULAR OPELOU:AS PACKET.
Leaves every SATURDA*Y, at 5 p. nm.. commenot
ing on SATURDAY. August 4.
, , F014 WASHtNGI'ON. OPELOU
sas. Port Barre, Simmnisport. Church
ville and all landings on the coast,
Atchafalaya a iven and Bayou Courtabhlau-The
llrst-class sldewheel passeng, r btAeamer
TREN I ON,
James L. Robbins, mraster. Gab, Block. clerk
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or To
LORD & McPEAKE. 46 Camp street.
NO.O DONOIIUE. 76 Gravicr street.
aul tf JANNEY & WORK. 106 Common st.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY. at 5 . m.
S. .FOR WASHINGTON, OPEL-OU.
sas. Port Barrie, Simmsport Church.
ville, and all landings on the Ooast.
Atohafalaya River and Bayou Courtableau-The
new and light-draft steamer
LENlIE TAYLOR,
(In place of Sandy No. 2.,
H. H. Broau, master. E. Quatrevaux, and J. B.
Schmit. clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passag_ aD.
ply on board or to BRITTON & EPPLEER.
81 Gravier street.
R. W. ADAMS,
Jan tf 21 Commercial Place.
P S.-Connects close'y with steamer Minnie
for Bayou de Glaize. Also gives through bills
lading to Bayou Bceuf.
BAYOU MACON AND TENMAS.
REGULAR BAYOU MACON AND TENBAB
PACKET.
Leaves on SATURDAY. August 4. at 5 p. m.
SFORt WARSAW, CROCKETT'S
__i__ Point Osborn's Landing Out-Off,
and all intermediate landings-The
passenger steamer
rIELLA BLOCK,
J. B. Sullivan. master,
will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to.
LORD & McPEAKE,
HITE & CARLIN, Agents.
aus " JANNEY & WORK.
BAYOU NARA.
BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
STR. GOV. AILEN. STR. LA BELLE,
John J. Brown Master. A. Dugas, Master.
~ .FOft uAYOU SARA, WATERLOO.
Hermitage. Port Hunson, Lobdell's
Store, Baton liouge, Plaquemine,
and postoffice landings
Stramer Gov. Allen,
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 v. m.
Steamer La Belle,
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 p,m.
Commencing early in September.
For freight or passage applyon board or to
HITE & CARLIN.
No. 4 Tchnu itoulas street.
JANNEY & WORK,
jy31 tf No, 10e Common street.
. HFOR BAYOU SARA. WATEB.LOI
Hermitage. Port Hudson Batoe
i un- Plaunemlne and Postom1e.
andiited States mail semi-wsk,,
GOV. ALLEN,
J. J. Brown, master, S. S. Streek, clerk
Leaves every MONDAY and lb uana n, 5 p.
mo. for BayounSara.
ITE GARLI, Agts.4 Tchoupltoulas IL
JANNEY & u W eOteK o Common At,
jy 31 A. C. GOTDIN .s MIaWa^ifno
BAYOU TECHE.
PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT
TECHE AND ATCOAFALAYA LINE.
eaves WEDNESDAY. August . at a D. m.
SFOrt ST. MARTINSVILLR AND
all intermediate landings on the
Bayou Teche-The steamer
WILLIE
E. B. Trinidad, master. rank Greig, e!erk,
will leave as above, and continue regularly
throughout toe season. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
HITE & CARLIN,
au4 No. 4 Tehoupitoul. s street.
LOWER COAST
'77-S CHEAP TRANSPORTATION. '77-S
LOWER COAST BARGE LINE
In connection with the U. S. Mail Steamers
MARTHA AND EVA.
SThe A No. I fast Towboat
PaINTER No. 2,
-AND
SIX FIRST CLASS BAGIES.
Capt. NICHOLAS THEODORE,
Is now ready to contract for transportation of
Lumber, Brick, Hoop-poles, Staves, Boilers. Ma
chinery. mempty hogsheads and barrels, moving 4
of cane boats, and all kinds of jobbing on the
Lower Coast.
Wll contract to transport the coming crop of I
Sugar, Molasses and Rice. deliverable at any
point. or alongside steamboat, steam-hip, rail
road or elevator whatf, within the city limits
DAILY, at lower rfaes than any other line.
Barges irsures No. 1 and at as low rates as any
first class steamers.
For further particulars apply to
Capt. N. THBEODORE
or Capt. W. 8. BASSETT
y22 Steamer Martha.
LOWER COAST UNITED STATES MAIL
DAILY LINE (sTUNDAYH EXOIPTED.)
• FOR PORT EADS, THE FORTS,
Buras, Quarantine. Pointe-a-la
Hache and way landings-The swift
low-pressule Pullman pa ace steamer
MARTHA,
W. S. Bassett master,
leaves TUESDAYS and THUSBDAYS at to
a. m., SATURDAYS at 5 p. m. (extending Satur
day trip to Pilot Town. Southwest Pass); return
Ing Monday mornings, Wednesday and Friday
evenings.
The A No. 1 steamer
EVA,
John Taylor, master.
leaves MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS, at 10 a. m.; returning alternate days.
Excursion tickets 15 (good on either boat.)
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
JOH7N McMAI 8S. 672 Magazine street.
P. S.-The Marfha goes through the Jetties
out into the Gulf on the Saturday trip. jyl
RESTAURANTS.
BOUDRO'S RESTAURA4IT,
Lake Pontchartraln.
The proprietors of Boudro's Restaurant in
consideration of the present hard times and in
order to retain their past popularity, beg re
spectfully to inform the public that they have
GREATLY REDUCED THEIR PRICES.
A visit to Boudro's Restaurant will convince
the most incredulous. It is useless to say that
the cuisine and service are first-class.
jy6 lit JARY & HAUSSE. Proprietors.
PH(ENIX RESTAURANT.
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN.
Open for the season. Visitors entertained at
very reasonable prices. Bath houses for fami
lies and ladies are separate from the others.
jy4 lm
TRISCONI'S
REnTAURANT
-AN D
ICE CREAM SALOON,
OUT ON THE PIER OF THE LAKE END
--Of the
PONTCHA1RTRAIN RAILROAD.
The finest of fish, fresh from the lakes. Choice
wines and liquors always on hand.
All orders for meals can be left at TRISCONI'S.
corner of Caial and Decatur streets where they
wid meet with proper attention. Prices mod
erate. !e13
VIRGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN
Vdersigned is the sole agent for the sale of
these well known and highly prized ROOFING
t SLAT+S. Keens,als .on hand a full supply
of VER iONT GREEN AND PURPLE SLA I'FS
o' the best qualities, and a full line of PENN
1 SYLVANIA S BATES, of Bangor Franklin and
I other we 1 known quarries. We invite the
I closest inspection on the part of builders, con
a tractors and practical slaters.
r ALEXANDER HILL,
el 3m 110 Carondelet street.
STEAMBOATS.
RED RIVER.
Red River and Texas.
NEW ORLEANS AND RD RIVER TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY. AN D TEXAS PA.
CIFIC RAILWAY AND CONNEC rIONS.
Through bills of lading and through passen
ger tickets to all landings on Red Rlver, and all
railway stations in Texas. The best route to
Hot Springs.
The following splendid and fast steamers
composing the lino will leave as advertised be
low:
,., .'1le Maria Louise. Texas.
C. H. Durfee, tel. A. P Kouns, Lotue No. 8.
W. J. .bouni, Bonnie Leo. Dawn.
FOR SHREVEPORT. JEFFER
son. Hot S pri gs, and all land
ings on Red River and railway
stations in Texas.
W. J. Behan, (Coo. E. Wilkinson, master,
Leaves SATURDAY. August 4, at 5 p. m.
No wharhboat charges, drayag or commission
wUl be charged at month of l-ed hiver. or at
New Orleans, in forwarding treight consigned
to the comaany by bill lading.
For freiht or passage, sapi on board of the
Doats or at the of ce of the comany. No. 1i
Gtavierstreet, J08. *JA., O i&
HITS& OA AM BBITT6N & EjPLEB
iar JAR & MoPEAKE. Agents.
Weekly Grand Eeoe Packet.
FOR GRAND ECORE MONT
gomery, Alexandria, Foraan's.
steamer- Barbin's and way landings-Th
steamer
TEXAS,
(In place of New Bart Able.)
It. olnDute, master,
Leaves every SATURDAY, at o p. m.
Will leave regularly as above. For freight or
passage apply on board or to
R. W. ADAMS,
No. 21 Commercial P e,
P. S.-Wfll answer hails on the Coast, and for
ward freight consigned to steamer Bart Able
free of charge. jai
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW OBLEANS ABNDT OUACHITA RIVER
N ATIN COMPANY,
OUACHITA CITY. TRENTON AND MONROi
Weekly Ouachlta City U. . lall Paeke..
Leaves every WEDNEB DAY, at p.m.,
L Iv FOR OUACHITA OITY. TAlN
ton. Monroe and all town landins
The steamer
JOHN H. MANNA,
uIn place of Ouaohita Belle.]
J. W. Blanks. master. B. 0. Cornwell, 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
Oapt F. A. BLANKS President.
RITE & NL. B~o erLn
JANNEY & WORK, LORD & oPEAE.5
P. .--Has regular connection with all the
tributaries, fell tf
VICKSBUROG.
UNITED STATES M ~ IL PACKET.
Leaves every TU. .... 6 . m.
Davi's Bend and intermediat
landing-Thes' .xner
IBT. E.W LDtL,
Wm. Campbell. master.
A. MoVay and Jno. H. MossoD. clerks.
leaves as hve conneoting at VYcisburg with
Parisot's ine for all points on Yazoo, iunflows
er. Deer Geek and Tallahatohie.
R. W. ADAMS
JA NI¶, & WORK.
dli HITE&OARLiN. e onia,
Will give through Bills of Lading to Trenton.
Monroe, and all stations or Vnekshehers ona Ve
port and Texas Railroad via Delta, La.
W. B. BBOOKETT. Anent; as malaine tL,
UNITED STATES MAIL PAOKET.
Leaves every THURSDAY at 5. in
FOR ARKOPOLIS GRERNV
Vicksburg and the ends-Th fin
and tas s n--sear packet
KATIE,
J. M. White. master. . Holmae erk,
Will leave as above, connectirg at Vicksburg
with the 'Parisot Line" for all points ox Yazoo
an Tallahatchie rivers. For freightor passage
apply on board. or to
JAVNEY & WORK.
R. W. ADA..IS.
BROCKETT & CARTER.
Through Bills of Lading iv in to Trenton.
Monroe. and all stations on Vilkst,, rg, Shreve
port and Texas Railroad. Also to all points on
Arkopolis and Pine Bluff Railroad.
mh2 BROCKE '1 & CARTER.
SATURDAY V BQBBt NITED 5Th TM
Leaves every SATURDAYat P. M
For VICESBURG. AVIS'S B4jA
Ll t Natchez and all intermediate san..:
ings-The passenger packet
YAZOO VALLEY,
(In place of Natchez.)
T. R. Smith. master, Frank Beck and W. Wil
son, clerks,
connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisct Iin
for Yazoo Tallahatchie and Sunflower riveor
andwlth AnchorLine for Memphis, eairo ans
St. Louis.
This boat reserves the right to pass all land.
ines that the Captain may consider unsafe.
For freight or passage aspiy on board, or to
JA NNEY . WOlRK. 10_ Common strest.
SHITE A CARLIN. Tchoupitoulas at
mas
Will give through Bills of Lading to Trenton.
Monroe and all stations on Vietrshlr. lre
port and Texas Railroad via Delta, La.
W. B. BBOCKETT. Agent. as fMa asine s'
UPPER COAST.
REGULAR TBI-WEEKLY PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
BATUBDAY at to a. m.
.r FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION
Ascension parish. Donaldsonville
and all coast landings-The Sle
side-wheel passenger steamer
EUREK a
(In place of Blue Wing No. 3,)
J. A. Comstook maoter
Geo. LY.Woods and Chas. Dean, clerks.
Will leave as above. Ieturning, leaves Ash,
land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Sun
day, coming down the coast in daylight. Fo
freight or passage apply on board or to
a22 S. HENO. 19 Conti street.
P. S. All freigaht delivered in the daytime.
LAFOURC[E.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO LOCKPORT.
Leaves every TUESDAY and SATURDAY
The fine passenger steamer
ELLA HUGHES,
Joe Dalferes master.
Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at 5 . im.
and SATUBRvAY at 6 p. m., for Lockport
Plantation. Beturning, leaves Thibodauxeverr
FRIDAY and MONDAY morning.
For freight or passage apply on board.
P. 8.-A clerk always on landing, head of Conti
street, to receive freight. my2
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO THILODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at a p, m. and FRIDAY
at 10 a. m.
THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMED
ASUM PTITIOEN,
(In place of Henry Tete,)
P. A. Charlet. nmaster, N. Z. Dupuis. clerk
Pays particular attention to way business and
returns down the Coast Sundays and Wednes
days. For freight or passage aply on board
or to B. RIVET
an 1O tf leo Decatur street.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE
PACKET.
THROUGH TO THIBODAUX,
The right draugtr steuamex
ROUT. YOUNG,"
[In pla·e of Eureka,]
U. D. Terrebonne. master. T. A. Darling, clerk,.
Leaves New Orleans every THURhDAr an.
MONDAY at a p. inm.. returning every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY evening. For freigh
or passage apply on board or to
HITE CABRLIN 4 Tchouorltoulas street.
or TERBEBONNE & SALOMON, Agents.
75 Decatur between Conti and Bienvlle st.
BATON ROUGE.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m., and FRIDAT
at12 min
The passenger steamer
ST .OONB
Frank Bergeron. master J . Bergeron clerk
Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Paques
mine. Donaldsonville and all coast landin
raeturni ~very SUNDAY and WEDN 1
EVEr .orto
U-~. 0. M~ IlhtO~Oig

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