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RIVER NEWS.
OfWE w o ~w OI A1AW DIMOfflAT.
W dzesda, Agu92, 1877.
Ind the twenty fostrt ours ending yes otereday
p. tn.:
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win4c r. Rise. refl.
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Oi atro. M 4 f1 r
VtuOfufelatI.... 4 4 4 " q
L eulsflile..... ý1 1 0i 1
Memphis . .
"gewOrioana... 1ý 7I 0 8
Pittsburg .....7... 0
fshrorepurt...t.. , 4 0
Rt. Louis .e........ 10 10 0 9
Vioksborg ......i1, '1 0 .
"lMeluw h11gb wst4~T n,,rh of 1M174.
1fIELMQN 0014WM. M~erg't. t155. tier. U. B. A.
A rrl vale".
Isehol, IBonnie J,", J1. ii. llwnna, Bertha.
Ilepart ure.s
Alvin, Martha, Mary Ida, It. E. Leo, Robert
Young. To Arrive.
Aseniptilon, Robert Young, Lafourohe; Dine
Wing No, 8, Mary Ida, upper coast; Alvin, Martha,
kva, lower copst; Teta , lied river; J. F. Tolle,
Mt. Lours; Gho. Allen Bayou Mara; Mt. John,
Baton Itouge; Frank Fargoud, Arkopolie.
A heavy shower of rain yesterday cooled the
atmosphere and made it pleasant.
Business dull.
The Roeliaone made considerahle headway yes
terday in washing away the mud. She is at the
lower end working up.
Capt. Mart. Fiehier, of Ihe towboat Warner, died
at Cincinnati Naturday night.
The Isabel will have new cylinders two Inches
larger than the old ones; they were made for her
son. time ago, and are ready to be put in. Nev.
eral stateroomis will be added to her cable, and
she will be well galintd.
Capt. Wallace Mcqhosney takes charge, to-day
of the Bonnie Lee's office. Capt. Met. Scovell
leaves to~day or tomorrow for Madison, to look
after his new boat,
The Alvin went out in the lsabel's place yester
day. The Isabel was taken from the wharf; will
be repaired, and as soon as ready will wheel into
l'ne again.
The coat and Lafourcho packet Ilobt. Young,
having changed days and hour, will leave Friday,
at 12 m,, instead of to-morrow al 5 p. m., as here
tofore.
The Big Sunilower, Alex. Trounsdale master, J.
B. Suibmit clerk, loaves Saturday positively for
the Atohafalaya. The Sunflnwer is one of the
lightest boats ailed, and has juet been put in the
very best of order.
See advertisement of a steamboat for male in 1
another column.
The Bonnie Lee, Capt. Noah Scovell, arrived
Monday night from lted river and returns to-day,
the W. J. Behau having been changed over to
Saturday.
The 11.d River Transportation Company have
announced it as their intention to start out a
Tuesday packet to Grand Ecore. Rich in re
rources, they are determined that there shall be
no want of tonnage to move the crops as rapidly
as desired, and the only thin that can Interfere
with their Intentions will be the river running
drThe Martha will arrive this evening, and leave
to-morrow at 10 a. m. The Martha is a low
pressure steamer, is very fast, and has elegant
passenger accommodations.
The Blue Wing No, 8, leaving this 10 a. m., Is
the only departure to-day for the upper coast as
far as Donaldsonville and the Ashland plantation.
The l'renton will be here to leave Saturday for
the Opolousae.
The Port Eads, with six bargeb (two of Ice)
was due to arrive last night, from ft. Louis; part
of her cargo, consists of 26,200 bushel bulk corn,
and 9#,000 bushel bulk wheat. She has besides
956401 packages miscellaneous freight.
The attraction of Saturday will be the depar
tore of the Natohes for Vicksburg. She loots
mighty handsome and is going to play a winning
hand this season.
On account of low water, the Hanna did not
get within 80 miles of Monroe this trip, and After
a very prosperous season she has been retired in
ftvor of the lighter draught uastrop, The ilatrop
leaves to-day. Cspt. Jack Blanks, who arrived
from Louisville Monday, will go up in command
with the Banna's creV presidin over the other
departments. The Basrop is in god order and
will go where any other hght boat can go. The
hanna has proved an excellent steamboat, and if
hqt builder, Capt. Jack Blanks has turned out as
good a boat in the John Wilson, he will have
established for himself an enviable name as a
bnilder. Capt. Blanks will leave for Louisville on
the re urn of the Bastrop from the Onachita.
Capt. Joe Dalfures abandoned the trip to the
Lafourohe yesterday with the Si. Mary, and
turned her over to Capt Fred rrobst, who in
tends to paint her and get her ready for business.
Capt. Dalferes will have the Ella Hughes ready
to leave Saturday, and as he has made arrange
ments for reshipping by flats from the month,
shippers can depend on their freight going
through without delay.
Thu Eureka is filling the place of the St. Fran
dci Helle.
The Eva, Tom Taylor master, Capt. John O.
Vabette and Ernest Itninhardt clerks, leaves to
day at 10 a. in. for the lower coast, through to
Port Eads. The Eva, in connection with the
Martha, carries the mail daily and rune on gihed
uWe time.
Fhn Blue Wing No. 8, J. A. Cometook master,
leaves this 10 a. m. for Ben Tureaud's, Donald
sonvilla and the Ashland plantation, Ascension
perish. Meesrs. Wood and Dean clerks.
The Buatrop, in place of the John H. Hanna,
leaves to-day at 0 p. m. for the Ouachita
through to Ousahita City, carrying the United
State mail. J. W. Blanks commands. Ben Corn
well clerk.
The fine and regular steamer Bertha, H. H.
Broad master, Tlhoo. Joblu 'lerk, leaves to
day at G p. m. for the Atchafalaya through to
Washington.
The splendid passenger and United States mail
steamer Frank I'argoud, J. M. White master, W.
N. Oalmes clerk, is receiving to leave to-morrow
at 5 p. in. for Vioksbui q, Greenville, Arkopolis
and all mail landings.
Exchange ClIppings.
Cincinnati Commercial, Aug. 19:
Recently we have received a letter from our
ancient and valued friend, Capt. Ben. F. Egan,
who now has a pint of hay seed in his hair, and
lives on a farm way out in Iowa, at the terminus
of the Burlington 'ltilroad. In speaking of Capt.
Jesse K Bell's visit to his boyhood's home,
the Mouth of Smithiand, "Buz" says: The old
lennessee river war horse never came down from
the graveyard hill into the town, where he would
have been welcomed by those old timers, J. W.
Drewry, J. V. Scyster, R. C. Ferguson, Grib. F.
'lomson, T. C. Leech, E. P. Haynes and D. CasO
par Mants. His visit was raid to the silent city
of the dead. He spent an hour among
the graves of his old friends, many
of whom were prominent boatmen in their
day. On that bill lie buried the remains of Capt.
$. M. Barner, who commanded the first steam
bo it which lauded at Nashville; J. W. Mills, the
famous Red Revenger of the Cumberland; the
Fowler boys-Dick, Why:e and Willie; Elrod
Fishmore, old self and canoe; J. V. Ibroop, the
most popular steamboat captain of his time; Nat.
Drew, an ancient mariner; Blount Hodge, the
father of Capt. Gus Hodge, of New Orleans; Lit
tle Old Jofdeld, the daring navigator who first
discovered the btate of McCracken; and that
Chriettan gentleman, H. F. G.ven, who was al
ways the generous patron and steadfast friend of
the boat hands who hailed from that good old
town down at the Month of Smithland; and lik -
wile the neglected grave of poor Bill DeBake, as
good a mate as ever trod the forecastle of any
steamboat.
LE'TTER FROM THE OJIEROIJEE.
CAIRo, Aug. 17.-I tee by a special from Hele
ns, in the Commercial of August 15, that your
correspondent makes complaint of the treatment
of John Shannon, a deck-hand on the Cherokee,
who died on the trip up. We have a deck crew
of twenty-two men, and none were aff cted by
tite odor of badly cored hides. Ho was not
wrapped in a filthy tarpaulin or old sacks, but, on
the contrary, had a good soft bed. He was only
eick twenty-four hours, and as for our medicine
chest containiug only quinine, it is amistake. tie
had the attention of Dr. Dickinson, of Memphis,
who was a passenger on board, and who had been
a surgeon in the United States army for twenty
years. If the person who sent the commnnica.
Lion has friends who think as much of him as
the officers of the Cherokee thought of John
Shannon, he will have all the attention necessary
when he is called to leave this world. Moscow.
[Oourier-Journal, August 19.]
LAXNCH OF THE JOHN WILSON.
It was ourpleacure yesterday afternoon to witness
the launch of Capt. J.W. Blank's new steamer John
Wilson from the ways at D. S. Barmore's ship.
yard at Jeffersonville. Quite a large crowd wit
nessed the scene, most of whom were ladies,
i4 many of them "musteredcourage" enough to
lannch upon her. Bhe is a beautifully modeled
steamer, with a full, elegant cabin, and she left
the ways amid the cheers of those on board and
those who remained on shore. It was certainly
one of the prettiest launches we ever
beheld, When she struck the water
she gracefully yielded to the "pressnre"
and rghted up, showing her beautiful form and
model upon the bosom of the river as gracefully
as a Hoosier girl bowing to her partner in the
mscy dance at a country pionto. Mhe was towe'1
back to the shore, where she will be ilnish+d,
when she will start to her new home in the Pweet
sunny Mouth to comninand of that atiletent oilloer
and clever geutlenuan Capt. Joe hlulmes.
The work on Capt. bannon's new stoemer John
Cannon is bying pushed forward rapidly by the
llowards.
The stern.wheel steamer Minnie was soil to
day to Capt. Carpenter, of Natcher. for $2150,
eeah. Mihe will be repaired here ant go to
Natchez.
iii $0 FtW MINIF~iy(ýiýHG.
[iPrepared for the lEnrzouer from Memory by
Capt. A. 11. lanvdion. i
The following is a list of hosts burnt and sunk
on Yalnn river in 1hM(32 to prevent capture by the
Union forces, with probable value attached
Msgents burnt valued at $811 0(01; gunboat
Van Dorn, burnt, Io0,0oo0; Magnolia, burnt $76,
1100; Natcher., bnrnt $71;,0t110; Mary Keane, burnt.,
$70,000 ; Th.lrtyhiftth Parallel, bornt, neJ,010 ;
Prince of Wales, burnt, $40,0111; Ferd Kennet,
burnt, $00,001)0; Mobile, burnt, $ 1,000; Capital,
burnt, $201,00lt; V. Hi. Ivy, buirnt $110 (100; Rtepub.
lie, burnt, $111,004) Hartford Cty, burnt 960011;)
it. Orispin, burnt, $11111(; Erie, burnt, $611101; ram,
being built, no estimate' Frank I'argoud, sunk,
$40,000( Lo0kland, snoic, $00 000: John Waleh,
sunk, I$o,o,00; Ftootland, rain, $90,000; Holden
Age, stink, $90,00)l; Alnzn Child, captured and
ronverted into a navy blacksmith shop; Arcadia,
Cotton I'lant, lien MoUntlough and Mt. Mlarv were
not destroyed; Edward J. (ay, burnt, $*b,00,;
Wm. M. Morrison, burnt at New Orleans April
1802 by order of Glen. Lowell, $71,000. Grand
total, $824,001).
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MARINE NEWS.
OffIUCK NEW UtlItANHM IIEMO4IRAT,
August 8M, 1877. S
Vlewred Yscterdar.
Mleainshcip New York, Quick. for New York -
1 A Whiitnev &no
Mloamnslip Margaret. liakeor, for Key Went. viaCedar
Kas.- I K Itcberts
Mtenamicip Alaiama, 11nacric, for l'ncsaola -
C M Morna
Arrivld.
Fr bark Alphnsoe ot Maril No 2. ltynemlan. 513 days
tonm 1lo0d11ae4n, to 11 Marinon i -- of411
1)auiloh bark nohanna 1rmeeersen, lIlronin,', 44i4,5 n Inn
Ric de Janoiro, to Johnst-mo, G-rdon &/re-iit di
5'fNANOOATS.
Ilonnit Lan, M00ov0ei from Mhreveport
Insbel, O'Vry, from Lower Cbast
liertha ilruneer, upneis. frnom lIonsisonvilio
ilbaths. Ifrosel. frtue Washineenu
.1 11 Hones. 14,Ank1. from W1errly
Port naCes, DaviS, from Mt Loousl, with t bargen
KEperts.
NIýW YtRK-- l'or steamship Now York---0-74
bslea cotton 10d0 bes s n mass 11i0 dry 1i444 401s Intles
do t111 hleis do 300 b1is oil 14)111 ion coolaee 1 1$ 9 bils
rit,1 6I0 h11ls lailow (440 cawes ieeef e0 alon heir 147c0
pIgqs leacd
I'E MACOLA--Per sthcciachiip Alaham-----100
ss4km corn o0 mawks oats .too bbin hour 40 Is card to
ihchs sogar 00 Ibi whisky etch msaks 41,h1coim Ie4c socks
braon io cactks sualt 30 tierces hbmn :174 pkos mdse
K MY W CMr-Por uteamshpi Marg11roth--5 1leb11
flour 8410 aclks 4on u100 ubile rosin 104 acoks oats 210
54cks bran ti0S tieres hlms
(JEI)A It IC EYM---Psr st ncmship Mnrgaret--4U1
b1is flour 450 socks con 1- tes moat 100 5itt 1 ack0 oats 4
bbls whisky 17 sacks cftfee ( Ins mard 1 1l)b snugar 80
pkgs mdse
Imperts.
OIRDIEAUX"-P1'r binrk AI phnon t Marie No2
1 05crn shirts 11 Mati-Shlee-0ask winc95 045ca111s eil 500
1ahkts cl0 410 400cases vermouth A 1tcchtreai & _ .
100 cases emitcy jars I)unbar 4M .4,-5ot 1ames0 pruans
50 08anit o f wcter 110 ca0ec4 wine 1:1r5 casks wine A
entcuri--0 cakeskc pcrcelaine 0i Pay ro- plernes 1.
(Irunoewald.. 100 oases winie 44 i1k V Maignar4i-40 do
S11,0 osacs 4elie0 oases li4ra01 70 ito victgPar 14 4ta1ks do
. J0i Molard & Mon-10 casks winI'e I)4 L1),14r4i--50 c14s5s
I absiuthe 113 45aseers iieuote l'ez 13rns--lO casks wine
A N Uovine--85 do 1. Terreiccnic--l3U do 00I) casks
brandy 1 plano L Locassagno 22 c0anc8s 44a410 25 casks
winoe Vergnooe-10icas5s peeroialno Mrs J ccauche
-4(10 casks wine (100 cases brandy cihrsele A Lanata
-100 do 340 cases bitters 4 pkgs mdne 137 casks wino
50 do vinegar 15 do brnody order-Uti do 100 romeos
wine 1' IC pruiatoar--15 casks do o00 cosces brandy
t cherries u. casons Ilil)curs heroer &. I)neMoet--32 casks
wine 30 caons do 70t in cil 28 do preserves M A Noidti
-8 casks wine do ibraoody 1 dc vinegar 4 asiws ili
A '1'ertrint-,1 casks wileo Lanoix &A Mcns-4 do J A
Mtboe-U5 do 104) canns ic4 tIes J I in .)cmyus-ti 9 tasks
wine 4 cm braody 00 e1ases booboo 25 dc4 mi wacir 40
casks vliogar 448 oanos brandy (eiuts 11 Marilcai--3
casks wino 1)anleit-- ci lee Crccten-24 do JI 'I'romou
lot-4 do Macon-1 cask braody C (ovmroc Meon- -
100 do wine A C Trnmoulet,-27 do :11 caa,0s 1cicle t80
case's cli 200 cue 5ac41 e4 100 d4c44 brandy oh rit os lmos.
cie? & P--00 do 54 0se11s Vee0ettaicies 11tc ca(c5s wine1
V 1' p tel A 1m--4 cacke uin Qeciecreuse &A Iccis--c0i
cases oil Clark & Mealec--:cot ceo's brandy lchetrites
104 do wine 170 casks de144 c4a4ks tbrandy E 11c111i
1I0O 1i14 JA NEI RO-le- r lmrk .lohecn Brcuiter50t
-Lobo bags coftile Johanttn (ordcn Aci
Ilsoelpts of Produce.
ST ILO(I)I-P'er steamer J'ort Etods and el largos
-1.200 bunshels corn in bulk 15:0 bhis flour tii bhlu
grits 23 bLnle meal '2:f ascos bran 21191 ar ks wheat do
Il boxes eggs I box hacon I keg gras.o (lover &
Odendahl-24,000 bushies bulk wheat :iu031 sks wheat
(Gordon & Gmnila--4d bbl flour 13110 bbis meal 500
sacks corn 170 sacks oats ill sacks bron iHoward &
Preslon-21' sacks oats 070 sacks corn 0:15 Ala liel
Jos West &co-100 bhts flour eawrer & McCracken
-102 do WVH Matthews & Ilry--700 luils grits C H
Lawrence &co-100 bble flour J A Stalger--:-0 do 50
hf d1o Elf Keep & lon--tO Ihls flour I'edreauville
&oo-200 do 502 sacks oats CT Iluddloke &" Son-i1O
hblu flour Hirsch, Adl ,r &co-l0 do U Siegel-0l do 1I
'Turner-200 bbis meal 1342 sacks corn 4l0 rlacks oats
475 bales hay Chas Pllasants-171( do .1 t. Kent &co
-300 bbls flour 125 hubis meal 150 eruckm eats to order
7(1 sacks bran 117 sacks corn 1195 blel flour Vairtn &
Morlimeo-150 do 70 sacks corn 119 sacks bran 111)01
londio-475 bbis flour T A IHamilton &co-225 do 200
bbls nmreal 165 sacks oats 120 sacks bran Miller, 10ol
roodo &co-150 blis flour ISO hf eo Forchelomer Broe
-.10 bbie flour I6l hf do N O & M It t-SO do 437 bbl
do1 40 bbis meal 38 bbls whisky 250 casks bottled beer
large lot eundries C A Whitney &co-fl81 sacks oats
322 bbfs flour Rogers & Mitchell-134 do J 11 Camors
--5500 sacks corn J 1f llanua--780 sacks malt L K
Turner- 200 do P Blaisee--li00 bble flour 200 bbls
meal 352 sacks oats :2 tcs mert Schrwabacher. Frow
enfeld & Pfetfer-45 casks bottloc beer F Hollander
1700 sacks corn 200 toe lard 2: tee moat Schwabaclher
& Hirach-ilo sacks morn E H Fairchild Son &deo-
2o2 do P S DuSouchet-109 bales fray (eo Hock &co
-Ill do Jno T Gibbons &co-50 casks bottled beer
R Fasnacht-52 pkges dot A Stevenson, agt-25 do 15
boxes bacon 117 bxe matchee E Vorster-- I pkgs w
lead S M Todd &co--13 pkgs mndse Staufter, Mac
ready &o0-150 tcs lard Jno A Norton-6 caaks pipe
N O Gaslight Co-3 fsxe lead M H A nplogate--32
pkgs mdsoP Boroud--19 do 111 Mulfon--r_1do M
Schwartz & Bro....20 do Sullivan & liulger-25 do
Crane, Melhado & Chiasn-2 do Siewrurd & Thompson
-25 do Ogden & Bell-23 do J Wunderling --3.1 do
J Schwartz-104 do A Baldwin &co-- 20 do W C Shop.
ard-6 do F N Thayer--38 do W L Cushing--5eo
boxes starch Smith Bros &co-5 wagons ilodley iros
-25 Irkts mdse Rice, Born &co-13 do N liionvenu
17 hhds tobacco Beadles, Wood &co-4 do Jno it King
&co-2 barges Ice to order-9 bxs hardware A Wol
-:1 hxe soap J Levy-4 stoves J Voelkel- sundries to
order-Total 21 hhds tob coo
WAtHINGTON-Per steamer Bertha--10 bales
cotton Norwood & Richards-7 A Tertrou-3 Beraud
& Gibert-2 J C Denis-2 McGehee, Snowden & Vio
lett-t new Bush & Levert-1 do S Gumbel-1 J W
Burbridge &co-t C L Walmsley &co-25 sacks cot
toi seed N O Cotton Seed Association-lot hides and
aundries P Cases-do L Lacaesagne-do I Beer-tO
hide, 1H Solomon..2 bales moss 1 Bloom &co-6 hides
Hirsch, Adler &co-tl do E F Gross-110 do S Block
-41 do Meyer Weil-28 do Payne, Kennedy &co-4
do A Ro-euberg-5 do Horter & Fenner-4 sacks oats
S (iumble-4:t head cattle P Servat--44 do Aycock.
Mitchell Aco-19 do Temple S Coons &oo--:f do and
sundries to order-Total 28 bales cotton 2 new 25
earsa cotton soed 109 head cattle
WAVEILLY-I'er.,tecmer J H Itanna--19 bales
cotton Lehnuan. Abraham &co-4 Payne, Kennedy &
co-I new Jno T Hardie &co-1 do Ley & Clarke-
do BenIGerson-29 sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed
Asnoctatlon--201 head cattle 45 head hogs Noel &
Wooten-2 hides S Henderson-1 bdle do I1 H Han.
sell..2 hides Hartwell & Chambers-2 bales moss P
Casee-1 sack wool H Groebel-6 bbls honey Odell &.
Wright-sundrios to order--Total '26 bales cotton 3
new 29 sacas cotton seed 71 head stock
SHtiEVEPORT- I'er steamer Bonnie Lee-74
bales cotton to order--5 Grogar & Fat, ar-4 R T
Buckner & Bro -2 do 1 new S Friedlander-1 do Jno
Ceaole & Sons-i do C L Wahmsley &co- 235 heed
cattle Aycock, Mitchell &co- sundries to order
Total m7 bales cotton 3 new 235 head cattle
LOWER COAST-Pet steamer Isabel-42 sacks
rough rice Siewerd & Thompson-o do P K Thomp
son-1 bhd sugar Richard Mtlilken--l0o0 staves P
Hirch-sundries to order-Total 1 hbd sugar 130
sacks rough rice 4000 staves
DONALDSOINVILLE-Per steamer Bertha Brun
ner-snadres to order
RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
Tchefuncta River-Per schr Moneta- 350 bbls sand
to order
Mobile Bay-Per schr Endiee-75 tons potter's
clay to order
Pascagonla-Per schr E Blessey-40,000 feetlnm
ber to H Btddig
Jilt4oat-Per eobar New S4.ar---IHOO bbl*4 obrc to
maa4.444
pueo.44oot-Pnr Bohr Mary Thor reo-' -ltr.,040 foot
lumber44to 114 Jedltg
J,,rd4i )Iverv-P'er eohr 44,nnfno14-iu4,000 toot 1110"
boor to, ,,orde
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LIST OF" VE~SSELS
jUp. CJleared and Malted4 fro New (/oses..
AUU 14441' 21, 14477.
1 NOW0 401K.
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,400)411).
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1 I.4V444444144..
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11thI, Si'o 044,44.v144o 444,-Ikloo'. Post., sill4.114410 241
lionk 1)044144 1)rupor, 414444o',4y. 44441 .. 1 Juno 244
Mhltp L. 4. 444,r~os4, 1,444o4kin.. 914..e Aug 1
t, Brk Oxfo.rd, Ch4,4o,,nan ......... 4444 Aug 7
`1,4 Shpnod,,oky L,,w,4,.............44444,1 ily 114
-I hIp Anolo Mo J~aw, Iltllon.... .444l lJoly 27
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+ 4144$4 Pau14 Ioy14)y4444, MC41414444on.44444-si.1 Ily :11
1I4 l4;l,.,..
Shl LTuoie et Roae, l)eueeq.........lid July 11
Ship I) W Chapman, I'ukey...... iidJuly 21
Ship (lee iturlbut. Manon.............eld July 'ii
Ship Melrosc, Neill ............:......sld Aug 3
Ship Louise, Blull......................cl Aug 3
Ship Loulsiane, Equay ................id Aug 1
ioUlAll IJX.
Park Charin, Corula ................old July Ili
Park Eclyptique, Correl.... ....... ci July 21
Bark L.,opuld et Marie, Lacally.....ld¢ May 2N
Schr Melville Bryant. liuckwy........ald Aug 8
fii.A~iIOW
ShlpTranelt, Percy ...................sid July 50
5IIIELDS, ENG,
Bark Preusae.........................eid June14
5OUK5
Bark Gee W Sweeney, Howett......sld June 2
MAIIMF.ILLE .
Brig Aurora, Meeina...a............ldg June211
Brig Maia Celeste, Fevola............sld Aug 2
IIUEMEN.
Park Constante. Ivancich..............aid July 5
RIO1 i)E JANKIRO
Srhr Aatres, Zimmnerman.............eld June 24
Stesmahip statuen. Lyon.............lid Aug 15
T~ll@CONI'S
REK TAU RANT
-AND
ICE CREAM SALOON,
OUT ON THE PIER OF THE LAKE END
-Of the
PONTCHAliTRAIN RAILROAD.
The finest of fish, fresh from the lakes. Choice
wines and liz uors always on hand.
All orders for meals can he left at TRISCONI'B,
corner of Canal and Decatur streets where they
will meet with proper attention. Frices mod
erate. fN13
JULIO,
PORTRAIT PAINTER.
No. 3 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
Portraits from life
or from puictures of
the deceased Iin oil or
crayon, from $25 to
$l00.
My ART GALLERY
is a place of fre'- re
orand the public
is invited to visit it at
pleasure.
mSu m
W. W. FARIER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MONROE, LOUISIANA.
Practices in the parishes of Ouachita. More
house and Richland. Claims taken for collec
tion in all other parishes, with privilege of man
aging same in connection with attorneys resid
igthere. noao eT uir
*TLAMSHIPU.
MostJWAN LINE U., M. MAIL WTEANMHIrU.
The F floin i~ifg liw-firiillluri Iriin ltruamsh ips
fr inth w'- linus. IES .G FWS
MulItiAN, ,tot~ii'iiiNIE, M'' %IAitY
(UHIJM$I WHIiiJNEY, I UTUHIIN'B0N.
A JIANMA, 4. 1(w halidng,
ii yin of ou Morgan City, iin iounni'tiion willh
MOrgIInI 1 I~uii lana and Tuos Ihaulrond.
lair IndlaianIl, via ISalveCst4)l-~
MONDAY and Tli4IRMAY.
Through hiili Iaiiineg sinedl ho Iiishoon and
unutrii iini Ui. ?II. ad 1. A. Lt. IL. I I~liorat iiiiit
anal (iruat Northurn ilaiiroiii, via (Iiinton. emnl
thu iii T 1o Trinsortiu-ahjl i kion ln y.
Frilg hit iuhargiil as tour Ilaw iuiri ralus.
Kaui Anto ieii fruilihs riui-iuvii anii fiorwarilii
vi a Cml vutnii, Hioiuitn l j iiHan Atuzi lo iald
3'nr Knuxo,4 santiago
Thijo lroi- uuauamiiur
I. E?. If ARRIM
Will luavo Morgan City o
HUNDAY. Aiuuiit u;, 1071
Lighiturihgi at. Jlrrui bauniiao at risk amni ex
lFr'uigtt ruuuiu vd fur ani ill tiiiolaing slgni-ui
oniiy to Ilriwnsvlilla, via liii, (ranii Ilaliromul.
uas rur 111w tarlifT loss a uior cont. until farthor
Way Icorpuas Olhrilu, Psulton and
Ht. Mary's, viia Iiktockort-.JTo, iron
stuuamir iiT. MARY,
Wiil iaave Morgan (lily oni
Fill DAY. Anagust 24. i077
Idahgturnau to touryus (Jiristi Egt anavi at risk
IFruijit for 141. .ary' and Filo adda
yort. for all ghe ahovo points r ci-uvod at thu
ID~ohn iranin Liu 1011nani T'uuas Railroad,
PA88EN(IEl AND MAIL IIOtTE.
For Galvestoen, EMunaon and Indlannla.
Paswengors take, Hllaruual F-,rryuoa loot i-f Nt.
Annt st~ruut, at ni 7 i- . i.. rua'hini Morgan City
at 11: i. nm., thurA uonnuiting wit? steuamu-ier
MONDAY for (*aivust'un ai-ui lndianoia.
¶IVTUHiDAY for (Ga Vluaion and Iloilston.
T~ili Jlt l)AY fur (lalviuslon 11111 Ifllaudinlls.
i4A'TUJIDAY fur (liyi tiuaoun an4'Iiiouilou.
First class faro to Shruovport gaI-Time, 411
Eoixrarsion liak'uts fir thu round triv to (lal.
viutln emiud rutarn, gooil fer thirty days. Issued
at ikta and statiurooms sucuredi until S. p. at
dai ~nhys uxuuptAeil, at Agnt's oflluu, or at
tuyrr auding, on rmin of duipartur'u.
Truhtiiknuhe wiilhoi isnu from this olliueu
t9 tihe ir u-i iiiintie on thu Houistoni Teuxa
Vuntral Itiroa (in thu Iniuernational and
Ori-st Niortbeurn uiroad. and Thin. awl Valflit
B auiroad.
C. A. WhITTNEY & CO., A nuts.
Joul Cornur Mnaulr~nei anil Natchu',, 1t5.
NEW YORK AND FPHILAEIELPHIIA.
NEW YOIIK AND PHIlLADELP.HIA.
MORGAN LINE HTEAMSHIIPH.
gbThu toilowing Al Iron Steamship.
form this liIno
NEENTARl. AuLOIEiI
WYORK, MOIIIAN CITY.
LLA ENICIT r. AGNES.
The Iron Stieiamshiit
NEW YORK,
will loavo Aigiurs
TUJESDAY, Auiguuil 21,
Oonnult~ing atNaw 1(irk with eit'lmableshut ELLA
KNIGH ' anu AONEH for Phtiiluouuiphia.
NSRNETO NEW YORK K.
reytfrthu ahovu, port, reinivod at thu duuiot
of Miirgan's Louilsan amni Txuzaslhalroad, foot
of Leifayultu strout, ally untlile i. m.
Forfiu hutN1 Y & 0O.. Aguints.
Jul ly Cur. Natitau?.umd Mwazainu stru,'ts.
HAVANA.
FOR HAVANA. CEDAR KEYS AND KEY
WENT.
UNITED STATEN M~IlL LINE.
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
Thu first-oiius steiumeuhipi
MARWERET,
ilakuir. Conumanulir.
wiil loavo. from foot of Calliopu strejut, on
TUESDAY, August. 2i, at 8 P. M.
Passage rates to Havana, see; Excursion tick
ulua, 51o11
Passage ratus to Jacksonviill. 520, including
state~ rooms anud mains.
Through bills of iaoling iiisued to all points in
Florlila.
For Fruight or Viihna&Cm aPply to
I. K. ROBlEiT14, 120 Common struot.
Oviir LouiiiMlin National Bank.
Thu stiuamuhiri EMILY Ii. MOUDER foliows
on thu - --. mys ly
FLORIDA.
FOiL WAlIliIINOTriN, I'ENMACOLA AND
MILTON.
ILEC ULA I HEM I -WEECKLY 1'ACH ET.
'Tie fuulliwiug flrst iiiiss Al sti'iim
uih~iti will sail fir liii ahov, pirto to
ALAISA A,
M. J. tFaurim. mailtir,
ELiavia WEDNEHD , Augut 22. at OiL. m.
*evsJiisu1,i F. Ii'yiu. nmuistir.
Th e aoavesror will- l-v saoe (Jpiu
Miii .JttkMsii Huuar''. i-ioini Distiuu .
For frelght or Ipii$$Mii apply on bar to
Lull If 1s and lii Union otreet.
SUMMER RESORTS.
MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS.
Great Reductions In Rates of Board
-AT THE
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs.
VIRGINIA.
REDUCED TO 540 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. BIoat 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. Cant. T. L. Airy, Walter Flowers, Jules
Blanc. T. J. McMillin, W. B. Brockett. CoL B. N.
Ogden, or COL. W. B. GREGG,
Southern Passenger Agent for the Kennesaw
Route, office corner Camp and Common
streets.
irjretm ( O,HOrN & CO.. Proprietors.
T1ONTiituto HOUSE,
Biloxi, Mississippi.
The Montross House is now oven for the recep
tion of guests.
The undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and the traveling public generally that
the house has been thoroughly renovated, re
fitted, and improvements made to suit the most
exacting. 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 tamilies and per
manent guests.
Telegrams or letters for rooms promptly at
tended to.
Meals furnished to excursionists at S1.
jel 3m P. J. MONTROSS. Proprietor.
____STEAMBOATS.
IEEGULAR OPIELOUM4A5 PACKCIT.
Lostssr ssuryvw 14A'rITBIDAY, ait ao p. sri.
Usornr~ens's(o Mit sislay Asss.. 2r,,15517.
Visit1 WANHIN4rr'1'0Ni, Os'ElUt).
a mss, Porti Jsrtrs. Hlmnrnsstort (7lsurtsb
v'illss. anrid all laningi~swi'r
vary lIght drasft ppasnsi( thimayoissrtIau i
A, I'. Ts'ssstalsi(, MSlt. ts:;.1. Ii. Hs'lsmldlt, ("Irk
will toluivsl vi v losr, ais absovs, F'sr freiriht osr
I)5A555gO ap1pily onh Is is rd r to
iI i l'l' h. l'A lutN, Agorst.s,
Nu. 4 'l'''lti ,itA55I55$ itrv's'
(,'onus'ta is 'i'v'y with hustis fors hlayss Ias'
F(il/O , AND 1 M'- W1''rrliy'llssF as 5N(EM N15
hul.Ol;1,A ii Ol'lJ,OUSAI P'AUKETr.
I eavis ovr A'i' ' ,AYV sit. i. to. its., ssusinrns5,r
5n o HA I, ~isA ,Asugusts 4.
]? ) W Atsii N nE'ON. Ol'i:LOU
ial ast+ 554 r I uirs,. I't1snups ssgssst, (hls iiruts -
A tslsiaflayat ilv', 5Und la' ,nrtrithlsias-T'in
II rit-i'istsss ssidlswbs,sl ;sisesesssir NteiA'assr
Jirsrs7.Itos,l,lsl s, rnsist's r, (liatss llls,nk. malsrk
will lsssv', six atss,vo. For frsnlglit or r.iia5ango 51p
p~ly 'on Isoiri, ((r is
m111) N. M;P1EAJ{E 451 Clasyi ssrrsst.,
N. 0. ltrN~lf hll , II n '(sravlns' sslrsn.I.
lull tf ,IANNlY &Itt WOILK. 15ir1 (Jossnsssgrs Mi..
IIG LAIL AOPEW dAlrAUZ.
's ass, P ort tlsarls,,Slinmssisrt, Ohurrr
vtlse andi sill lanis1gm o~ thes r(k(
Atoiiafalstya Rivier ansi Jtsiyss Ccjllrtariean-'TZIS
aw and ight-sr raft ststmsrrsr
BkwICUIA,
H. H. Blrosd, mnarstsr. lis'so. Johan i, malsrk.
will mnay5 asi above, For ir'dglst or pssssags~ri. v
ply onhor or t
BIi NA IEI'LER, 'ii (ravlier street.
It. S ADAMS, 21 (Jhsfrussstaeltt Plaso.
11 i'l'lý &, (AIL1IAN, 4 'r'"hit lossstllstsus tstrs'5t.
P. H.-(k isssss51s siowirs with sstrsmarin liliisti,
for F~ayssd is. (i alzn. Also glr'ses throngn bait
OUJAfIITA RIVEN.R.
NIW JBLLAPIq ANT, OUA IUEBz
ThN8'QTA1!ZC9 r ZY.&.
OUACHITA CITY, TIIE4TO A vm6n
Weekly Ot hiirltS C~ity It. N. Rail1411 IPa
Love v'OR OUAC~ IITAY CI)T Y.Tin.
M~-tn sonsror, and all town landings
BASTRUP,
u~n vlsla'' of -John It. lina~sss,l
F A. .lankis masster. 15. (I. (Is,rsswsl, l erk
Will lssavs rsssularly ssm absovs, Will rs sins, thes
right t. refusess anyi landIng sxnsept mnall land
ing~cs. For freight or lpassages apsp1y on board, or
to
Olapt F. A. BDLýNKS Prre.id ito , 4 ,4Jsrlli 1r E
JA tN Y&&1tt LOUDl s o A E, 411the
P. 8.-Hasu regsufar sconnesntion with all the
tr~lsstnrlsssi 15,11 tI
LOWER C7OAST'
DO IAILY LINU (MUNDAY HEXC~l NATO.J
YO FEl 'OlLT' EAD8. 'FIlE VOJITS,
list rans Quraranstinri l'olntes-a-la
ifsi'~hs andI way Iastsllnrns---Tizs swift
iow-tsresisurn P'ulilrn~an ar'nstssamor
irnavas Ti ESDAYS and 'Ti iliflA~'Ii at10
a., tn.. HAT WWUAYI4 stIt 5 . mn. (sxtnstisndl Msatss r
lary trl~io, Pi'lot Trwrs. Hoslthwsat'sst;ss~l r',tssrn
Irig Monrdsay mnorningis. Wsednssday and Friday
savsnringss.
Ths, A No. 1 sitnainsr
EVA.
John Taylor. mnaster.
leavrs, MONDAYS, WEDINESDAYtI and FRI.l
DAYS, sit. 155 si. fir.; rseturninrg altr~rnrit', days.
Exossrsslsn tiskes,tss 5g51 onssss e5isthesr boat.I
For r'Imglst (1 r slsssiasiUe ap sly on Ioarsl, or to
JOH N Mr;MAI~tt, 72 MNagar nss streeit,
P. 14 --Thse Msirtha gsssrss throsugh the Js,tt~ls,si
out Irtass thes (silt on th', Saturdlay trip. jyl
UJPPER COAST.
REGULAR Tflr.WEEKLY PACKET.
L',avers ever MONDAY, W EDNEIlDAY and
, tSf AJA NDu VLA1TAT19
Apw',wijson parl,,h. D~ona dsonvIl e
iif ~ nd all '~mn.Mt landings--Tbe fine
stde-whiel aot e s tJamer
LU.WINGt NO 3,
3. A. 8oniuowk ma4',r.
Wo. . lodii and Obits. Dean, olerrb,
Will lfiavf a14 above. I1oturnrzrng, ioavsu Ashb
land I'lrntiitlon 7'uiaday. 'IThursday and Hn o
(lIv, corning down tti, roaJst In daylight. Fo
freight or pastsage, a t.ly on board or to
s,1p22 . EO19Conti street.
P. H. All freight 1"ol~v',r,' In the, daytimei.
M6TEANR/OAT FOR MALE.
SFOuIL MALE-A STlEAMJ5OATl NOW
lying at. this port., a:d of! the f',llow
la!a. ig'Iizrnariulns~to wit: b nj~h abojt.
inlnw'm.: . foot I rok'¶; draws lit Irj~l'wi light.
and i-a rriMs 2,M, tni onr 311 'dIMI: in Ingo(d
runi niIrg ordlnr. l or 7; rt~hr I a f',rmation apjly
t' .1. Ii. M INtiE;t 4 (0., ;earnl It Vilts~aMind.
a"21 1w
HOTELS.
TREMONT HOUSE,
Corner Tremont and Church Streets,
Galveston, Texas.
SKI1A & ORFILA, Lessees.
(Formerly of the Grand Southern Hotel.)
The Palace Hotel of Galveston.
This el'gant Hotel. lately completed,
-FORm THE
ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC
Being built at a 'xost of 14e0,000, it will be first
class In every resAect, with all tbe lat'sit Im
provem ents, ELEVATORS, ELECTICANNUN
CIATORS, etc.
-WITHI
BATH ROOM ON EVERY FLOOR.
We therefore take pleasure In soliciting
A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATBONAGE
extended by the commetrial men to the late
Girand Southern Hotel.
SItJSA & OIIFILA. Lessees,
Formerly of Grand Southern H-ot',l.
ANxrnoNmy SMmMA, Jm.. Chief Cierk. y27 Cm
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
ON MAGAZINE STREET.
Between Gravier and Natchez. New Orleans. La.
GEN. CHAS. E. SMEDES, Proprietor.
Terms--2 50 Per Day.
The undersigned havy ngpurchased the unex
pired le ise of Messrs. II. E. Rivers & Co., in the
aboveilotel, is now in possession of the same,
and has the pleasure of announcing to hIs
friends and the public that it will be kept open
during the entire summer for regular and
transientguests and day boarders on
No pains or expense will be spared to Insure
the comfort of his guests.
The Hotel will be entirely renovated. refittwl
and refurnished during the summer.
CHAS. E. SMEDES, Proprietor.
New Orleans, June 15. 1877.
ic15 3m
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
LEON QUEYBOUZE. OSCAR BOIS.
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE,
At the lue Stores.
Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets.
del4 '75 1 New Orleans.
JAMEB LINGAN.
ATTORNEY AND COUINSZLLOR AT LAW
Mss 10 Gravier street.
UlhP RIV KU.
Red River and Teas,.
NErW OIILEtANM AN!) 141it) IL[V1VR TIIANo.
I'(o1TAI'ArON Q91MI'ANY, AND) TEXAN iA..
(JI(J O~ I. AUY AND) (JON NI~JOIION$.
Thtrfi h b~iiit ii! tail nt( firi f.hro,My ft Lpit~iin.
ic'r tip~kii Di toi aflfl ulfu oni4 Qfi Ilitivir, andnilal
aiiwnay MtA~tionii In Ti~xt,u. Tijio bvit routs to
'l'hiii foii iwiri spintilflf tii fast Pintifitnrae
(..nioiif ngfii tii, lifin, will low a atwi rtiIilM'titf be
dIm f4Allii fi ri,,Loanlae Tinsa.
0.11I. l~urrni O ('AP Krouni. isjua No. t.
W. J.1. .,u~ iii , Jji,frfi iiTiii,. IllWn
.4f4jj t hi.tf M I.rILit~i, ainiitlill tar
In~t o Jt~l llv~randi railway
nteito',i. In Tj'iiwi.
1i~fiviM WEiJNi'JllAY, A itg tit 't), att 6 p.. II..
Limvinn HATIUIWIDAY. AtiitwiI. dar., at . Li, in.
No wbarfboat charge.,, dl raynge o qommlsnlou
will tin ifhargnel tit unoira o It.Tiiiv'vrt, r~
~ats r at the otr in e oen,$, ardo.1i
#QravleA) 7tret 111 , ý
HasITZ A GAgLItBV eb
Wlas ,(rn Bn (iPE~s.Aan
Y OUl GIAND) F IOUIIK 10M.
fmonry AIýxainirln. for y r
Ilteanier
(in viiin or N' w Manrt Abii,,l
It. litnnott. winitei.
Lnavn'isiviori IIATUILIAY. tit5 p. in.
Will navornattl ot as bovo. Ivor froight si
passge aply n bord r to
It. W. ADJA
Ipa/rd/froiaht ix~ofltinr~i, to ntettuuer Bart Al
BAYOU ANAA.
IJAYOU HAltA HEMI.WlFEl{ ,Y PA0IX1TS.
M1' , (IO¶/, Atl fEJý, Mrill. I{A IIIIL ~
John J. lirowri Miuitir~ A. .b~a,. ats.
01volt AYO0 HA UA, WAT'uI,:
1-211,Iloiniaw~l, F'or)( klulsisa ,tle, ,i
Mt;rh. l atoq IiSufigt, rfaquoinnniu.
anil postomefl'tandinicM
Sterner Goiv. Allan,
Loavos every MOND~A Y and PIIIDAY at 5 p'. 3n.
steamer La Belle,
Every WED;TNVMDA V atnid IATUIUJAY at 1p.m3.
(~o~rinioneitgnt'l ary in Il4,ititunbi+,r
For freight or p~tassKag u~pl borulJt opyiF.
No. 4 ThAituln t E~lOR,ste.
jyfil It No. ffG0irnion Street.
Ut~ITE STA )AIL II P T.
Win. Campbell, master.
A. MoVay and Jno. R. Kossop. clerkj.
M~noe an al r 1g and Vhektrc t te
por a~d x" p)Asengerseke
FUAWITT f ET AS EILJ3AC. T
J. N. White. matr 0. Roimes. ".eras,
and Taill Fm1 rivers. orroigh'orr pawsa
>A, IADAM1MBI
IJW)OKETT A. CARTIES.
Through Bills of Lading gi veu to Tretoo,
Morirote. and all stations on iaks li ress.
tv'rt and Txaint lailroael. Also to aniblto on
Arkovo~lis and Pine PIpl~ff liaiirotuI 0
wh27 LISUOCKK'i1 . C ARTZSL
SATtBDAY VMJEIB IPNITED STATSB
Leavesjv A D
' tatof and aiter
ings- ah onassenger packet
%ATCUEZ,
T. P. L:athers, ruastor, J. F. Muse. clerk
Gonnecing at Ticksabri with the Parisot Li'
for Yaaoo Tallahatchie and Stunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line for Memphis, &lro and
St. Louis.
This boat reserves the right to pass all land.
In s that the Captain may consider unsafe.
N or freight or passage apyiy on rx,aca. or to
JAN NNE & WORK. ins Cinjeton streek,
Ba ITE Ac (JAILIN. 4 Tchoupitoulaa K
mae
Will give through Bills of Lading to Trenton.
Monron, and all stations orn Vieksor8 5areven.
ort and Texas Railroad via Delta, La,
W. B. SBOETT. Agnot. tu malazine at
LAFOI:RIE9E,
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAOAURCHE AID
OOA8T PACKET.
THROUGH TO LOUKI'OBT.
Leaves every TUESDAY and SATUBDA!
I TkThe fine 5n' sdteamer
Joe Dalforem. master, E. Nicoll clerk
Leaves New Orleatns every TUESDAY at ii pým..
andl SATUBIJKY at b D. in. for Lockp~og
Plantation. BetOrnin leavxs Thitxodauz every
FRIDAY and MONDLAY mrorning.
For freight or passage apply on board.
P. 8.-A clerk always on landing, head of GonW
street. to receive freight. mma
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUIOHBS AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO THIBObAUI.
Leaves every MONDAY at s p, in, iand FRIDAY
TEEN Aý .STF4*
(In piss of Henry TES,)
P. A. Charlet master, 1. *f Lan rk,
Pays particular attention to way and
returns down the Coast Sundays and -Weju.
days. For freight or passage agelyof beard,
or to
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAlO 0
PACKRET.
THROUGH TO THISODAUX,
The light draugnt s'ami
M~ OUT. YOUNGf
[In platte of Eureka.l
U. D. Terrebonne. master, T. A. Darling, clerk
Loaves New Orleans every TUFDAi sad
FRIDAY at 12 m.. retorning leaves Donald
sonville every THUB8DAY acd bUNDAY at a
a. in. For freight or passage apply on board
or to
BITE A CARLIN 4 Tehoupitoulas streeL
or TF.BREBONNE A SAWOMON, Met
75 Decatur between Conti and BlenAvul aft.
ja1t t
BATON ROULE.
Leaves every MONDAY ate D. m.. and FRIDAY
at 12 m
The pST a75lr seamer
Frank Bergeron, master J. 0. Bergeron. ecerk.
Leaves as above for baton Bouge, Placate
mine, Donaulsonville and all coast lanadtn
r er very SUNDAY and WEDNAD
Nor tree for ply on or to
PREMIUM BONDS
ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOB SALE IN
SUMS TO SUIT.
mTCT.OxalBM
LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS
Purchased by A. LMOBRL
aa BNo' S Gahller Goost

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