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RI VETl NEWS.
OFFICE NEW OIRLEANH i DEMOCRAT,
Tub Ur~daY. MO1'vlllO em f, 1877.
DaHilY rmllrort '4l the~ Mt!gII (f WatcRr. with eturlinm'"4
In tho I wontylfo ur hou r onjiigt tyV',4trlo'ly
at tp.y. .:
Aint n owIr ClhntC N
wuitrw. Fall.
Di'l. 1u1'hl. I IIeIF. Jf Iv' 1F".
Cairo .......... 7 7
( illue rltiuiu tt.. ..... :1 II u L
Iu51 D avm tii' .. III
'eNl.1 OutearM .. n 11 .,
I'ittmlilr&C " 'I , I
b1 rtr·rl,w,{lnr ..... . P, I 1: i
, . I I 11
11Ji~uv. l h uhwi' 1Ii I N GOJItIM.
MertcuI. ht sig.utii Mrrviusa. U. S. A.
A rrivals.
VE urg, ud. C. 11. i. irio h ,. M ar h .lnid hte.'lI iy i' ' .
DepartureIs.l
Al vin. Ivla. lBlue Wing No. 8 JBerthal. Bast rol, II
U. 1'. H-ihinek anld (ontenniin. i
To Arrive.
Era No. 10 and Blew Wing Nu,. :. illlper coiast b
Alvini and Eva, lower loa-it: Bonn ii nii,n inii
IDawn, Bind rivr: Mi. (Johll, iliton ilouge; (iv.
Allin, Bayou i-Itrn: CIon iionwaliih and (liii
ii,. t,. ,o11is:l Ella it lghel , Doir.liinld ,i villI';
Willio. Attarkapnll Tr'nlton and Big _ Uiflower,
O pelounai ; Na hile.z, Vi:ksbuhrg.
'l'enty of riln yest.erlday; mior rain than Fi
bunsiness.
Telegrams T'liliInd.y night r.jportiled a intr of 2u
21 inrlhsen ilt Hlirevt,or. We hop' thile riing will C
eon, in ue that th1 rHlK, esiay lit inreall ed.
Thei Oaiie. hailing in her ie ffrTtirs to pumplinl out
Ii ihaii ini I ()lil river', will ibiandiln it. Tire
Toin Parker ilnd iwo lugs will go llhero inrteul.,
to try ti ixDilorlnitii of conitnuous work with a
theiir whoels in it.
Thi United HMats mail ei amer Miinrthl, from
Porl Eiis.. airivel onl I trm y,-slteriilly. 8
Thi HIlg gu llliwo r, from ii, Atihlifnliya, will
llrrivn to i'.ave It riIiiL y,. Iler r'eglllr dliv.
Thi Miunfilower and iii nrtha hve n .'speiil no
tie In inntliit r poilunri, to whl iich attllentin i
caallfil.
Theo lod liver Trainsnjortation Conllpnnv have
also It special nti'le iih lhe nlae column that isn
If in erest to ilIdi ri vii vshippers.
Theo stokholders of thll New Orl'onns anid A
Ounlhlitititn Trtrisportatioi Company lno i ain ilm
portant m olln g uit their rooms nexte Mi:dllltlly. i
sae nuttl'e of 1a11 in anolller ,,olumn.ri
Canpt, E. II. Trinidad's relhibel Willie will ar
rive to-da anid hlavehnturduy for lalyou T''lir
Capt. J. L. Itobliins' rlgular Bti ulrday Arlhalfii
lrayi pan',ki. TriiitolLti will arrlvo to-nlilit alnd
leavie 'n tirnr for Washinhgton. C.
The Eva, 'Torn Taiylor niutieor, running on
ilternate days with the Marthira to ',rt. ladsl , Ia
carrying tihe United states niaill, will arrive this
n!VOllrig lind ret'rtit' i,-mnirro'w.
The peeriess Nilt-ih', will arrivo from Vicks- C
burg to-nighti alnd return MaturdalY.
Thie line ntoeirnlmr Johln 11. ianna, Jimloles P.
McElroy in command, leiV( to-n, i-rnrrow at 12 e
m.. in pTla' of ithe Ht. John. Thre t. John lays
up for repairs, which will eo irilio under the I
pi,-rsonIal slitlervisionl of Capt. F'rank Bergeron "
and R. O. IMlllnonon, andl will be filished an s
rapidly as possible, lft(er whtc'h sile will wheool
into ilhi igliln. taking Wedni.di'ys and i intiir
dliand. thi iuna u con tinuing on Motilayn and Ai
F'rliays, the two forlming a lino to Iaton 1
N llnl tflint shipters anld piassHOrgirs caln deitletd I
itilin.
[Idleteid for the New Orleans Democrat from
Niles' Register and ithier authlorities.1
IIlMOVAIr OF TtHE IEDt nlVErn RAFT.
During tilhe sesston of Congr.ss in 1r32 an np- 1
proprhitiofn for r'moving tithe It river raft wlas
maudo, and ('apt. H. M. e.lr'V was appointe d itsl r
sulprilntonent. work belirg eommtnd learly
in Jultuary, ll:8, near the lmouth if Loggy i
iayoll.
A letter to lihe Louisville Advertiirer, datld
May. 1:i,:t. written on the spot, Isays: 'T'hirty
ighlit n.etiOuI., embiiLraiing fifty lils of raft, I
hlve boon ri'roved: the portio ns l'tjldl tai'liel hiave
ieeit disposed of by running thllem doiiwn tihe
blvlousir that lelndi from tihe main ichlanntsi, into
tli lakes. Thlere is no 1 doubtir but good naviga
tion will bh mlade through tbo cntiro raft. The I
suDprintentdelnt nxpeDts to continu e llis labors
to tihe 25th of Juno. l-i, feelsronofldent of going
ithrough the first grant nsction, thereby exiltil
Ing navigation iighty inil ,s. cutting tiff two
Illirdls of the keel-boat nlvigation round tihe
raft.
Novomber ti, 18::33-Tlo captailn nud crew of
the Arclirmeoes,. whlih has booen for some tirl.t
ptlst ,imnploy0oid il removing the raft, haivo Hiue
(iconded in cloaring iaway seventoy-Ilve miles of it.
rendoring the whole disrtance rs safei for naviga
tion as anlly part below it. There yelt retnains
nixty-four amiles to bhe removedl. (.apt. Hhrevo -
for the present will suspond operations, tile ap
iprolprlitlon boinµ xtllanultd.
Alpril. 1147---& Nliteh zli plper says: (Capt.
English, of the Lady Washingtin. Informs ins
that during ils last trip un iEd rivr, lihe weant
(oni hundrer d rirO fll'telslthr than iiny otllthr bolt
lihad gone befolrhr. ('at. H.lrl.v hlas plr,utrntedl
into the raft one hlundred aind flive rilos he has
fi trty-llv miles trore of the rafil o lrrllmovi.
W\lln this hrculoean undertaking will ie ae'
comlpilshied, the counltry will Ie rapidily filled
with etlnigrl ints.
Nilos' l lgistlr of 1n:ii; nsays: Of this great ob
strillltion to tii nrivigatioli of Red river one
hundred and thirty inilens have beani rllemloved,
leaving only t.winly-three ,tiiles of ii yit to, bi
cleared away. (iood navigatlion Ihas boon opened
througllhoult thie whole exlent of that purt ,of the
river fromi whi-h it has lueni reiti1ve1d. -iven
tripls in aviinll nlliad tlhrouglh li1i niili:s of thie
river sinre March!lr, iy tlil following boilts:
Lady Washington, llRomeo, A. Contneill. The
I llinchilll talll Mi. LH i ndri, Indrrlu, two trip's hbcv
Ily loaded. Whetn the rienlining twri ilty-thr-ee
mileir i rimliov Il, five h iundreld miles of river
will be open to navigiation. i.
In his , llli rpri t Capt. Shiirve iis: Thatli
oli thre 9lth oif lle-tih r lst I, 18:17) tii e stniin
.na .i ioats Er.di i'itor. Puinrl ini Lau.iiel. Inft
Lourlsvilleforliedi river. Work waiii inmeditely
commneneeoil nd iontinled pi to May. thire lipe
riod for whiih the, ure~ ingillgel. O)n il l, 7th
of MlarchI, i:isna, the firsl belt pns'ei ti Ihr nugh its
entire length. oin the ii i.et of 1vty navigatiiion
throuigh th err mire rafilf wits considered sIifi, fiur
the largnst cltss of boata , with full cargoes.
There worn twlo hunts l~st by sinking lit the
hnlad of the raft. tire Black Hawk rand lievenui'.
The ll ecidernt halppened bif, re this Eradnicaur
had worked her waiy through that part of it. andl
,-,fore Io wan sanfe fr IbnL's to lpu.ssltlirough. The
rLft wLas lis lr miles long .
M31iiat -ovwell ha ben ihinrdl from. fHosays:
"1 fiu in Now Albany; don't write, heLausn I
have , thiilhlig to writ' abouti. Boat will hie reatdy
II, Iavle hleroi by the Ist of Octohor-Sooner or
blt tr."
Mr. .Too Dodd also writes from htaldison,
under ato of tillhe Ist: "Tih Alexandria and Lo
tuls will hue ulii.hu.hd TIursdalay. The Alex
iandria will leave H:Mt lurdaiy. The cabin outflit of
then Lotust has arrived ianld sn stored on the old
Lotus. Cmiiil. I)itullllols is lit Pltt-bulrg."
Capt. Walker. who hIrs en negotlating for
thr lillrr'lui.ou of thei EL'kta. was dUo lant night
irom Mobiln.
The repairs and palinting of the City of
Augustai rte ieirly'ntliiliti. Slii will remain
Iltrte tnici not. gi, l, Mnmiihl., ins stittd in the
Avarltanciho HOevrlral dlta.vs lni).
The C(entoitnnill htii d ll),lltt tii tollrs of freight
outlnldo of 170 biarrilns nroiti. Allllrst all of her
frighlt win wily fright. iniludhi.i lig ii bundlles
otlion a ad nack nld 4i)' btulrllll tien:.
Tile Era No. It. in inhen of timhe Mary la,
Iu-iwvi. tl-diLv alt 1e 11. iI. for tile iiiliIlr ci,:lst to
lri T.llrlnulld. Alcitlh Alber itli r.riillrulnd. Ar
tihir Ni-tlI, ,ehrk.
'1iii C. II. liuirfoo airlrvud entuirdhiv fri-iii it-ut
rivur. hire will nol ri-- 'irn until tlin mnt'
watrr at tlii molltrult. 'i'lhu II, .. I, ]eiIII gin' in
hiar nitaled iitrdnis rtceiliniirg toh liuivi tuiliny ut 5 p.
nit. In comiiing out tlii' (Inuige nid l)urfeo 0o1
lid-dl, dulanrigilui thi I)lurl'oo lslighly V. tIer 'ill
cu-rn report unily in in-li's.
The plrnsi-tnger anil UITlit, tl MiLlin manil st-nm
'r Mirtha. W. 8. Biissntt mlniterl, ilrveis to-dily
at 1In Ill. for tire low-r ciiNt tbrouungh 1o Pirt
Eard. MosrS. Legler andm Barrois Ihave lIhrnge
of thio offlic. On hler Mtullurrlry 1rilp, tih Mnrtia
minaken.an exuirsc ion th rough lthoJ(ettilu. out into
lh (nulf.
'i'h] rgunlar tri-wuekly cast arind Donatilson
vill pa-'kt lifrnry Tr~te. F. Aii,,in li llutp. M.
H Landry clerk. -Il-o-v- lto-dly ln 12 lri.. mikinlg
all plarntnltion lindligs in Idayligilt.
I'The slhendiil plissunuuigir llit I'nitled Stat,·i
Illail Itslealltmer irikli Pirl'oIIlid. J. 'i. Wtllit-' mom
tr, M1. N. Cialmtms 'lerk, lu-l\v-s t,-,hty it a, ii. in.
fir Arkoplis, (irenville rinl a i,'iniikiirig.
Time Uiltld StaRts mail ptckiekt (ov. Allen,l
John J. Brovlwi master. M. i. Stl're'k ('r11k, Ileavis
to-morrow at a it. m. for Ilnyou i mll'n .
{By Tuelegrnli.]
T..aI'uTEZ, -ut't. u.-Ti J. 1t. uVuoo s A (o.. 101
Comllmniull strrit",: StMerinuTr C.mmnl i-ltltih will
nr'riv' Th rIadiy mnorniinug rind lumnve for Mt.
Louis S~tull-tlu v.
'TIOS. W. SHIELDS, Inminstur.
WA~srNt;'roN. SMi-nt. 5.-I'o Lorld & M,'Piltk,:
Arrivld withi tile treighlt on the light nlaniLri
hinrli; will ln\-u, for Wa:ulhingtulhn nltll-rtaty on
time, (Ain.; iLOrtK, [lMnstrl StMamer Trenton.
THOMAS LUNN & SON,
COTTON PICKERS,
Corner Orange and st. Thomas streets,
Beg leave to inform Cotton Faictors that they
are prepared to exceutC all orders entrusted to
them with promptness.
TEIMs-Ba'ing supervised loose cotton, in
cluding bagging and tics, s.. Putting in order
danuged cotton. 1t 50.
Address Order Box 43 Union street. sel lm*
MARINE NEWS.
OFrIoC NEW ORLSEAN DEMOCRAT
September 6, 1877.
Cleared Yesterday.
Steamship Algiers, Burdiek, for New York-
C A Whitney &co
Steamshbip New Orleans, D1earborn, for New Y""rk
A MolltAon
Arrived.
Aus bark Constante, Ivanich, 58 days from Genoo, In
ballast, to A K Miller &co-2d die l0
KTEAMHOAT8.
Martha. Bassett. from Lower (Coast
(; i I) nrl.e. Sinnoit. Ifrom Alexaundria
Frank l'argond,White. from Arkapols
ieirtha. liroad, from Washinglon
Rice Farmer, Ruiz. froml Lower Coast
Alvin, Souvell. from Lower Coast
Eva, Taylor, from Lower Coast
Illue Wing No 3, Comstock. from Upper Coast
Exports.
NEVW YORK-l'er steamship Algilrs-l1174 bales
cotton 200 hales moss fl0 bales wool 73i hales paper
ateo k 207 bales hides 244 bales lstle 11 bales ha,r Ii
hhds tobacco 75 hhds bone black 4. hhds tallow Itl
bidllsoil 300 hle rice O bbl lref i IlAO eases do 1145
bills ihlde 3402 dry do $40,0'10 in spelnce 76 pkgs mose
NEW YORK-l'er sreamshipl New Orleans----9.I
bales cotton 40 bales moss if bals Iron :1131 hhds arh
basce 400 sacks ollcake 700 dry hides 100 bbls rico
2400 staves
Imnprts.
IIAVANA-Per steatmshlp Margaret--.-i hloxes
sngar 12a bhlds do Agar & Lelong--54 bales tlaaco
M1 Csstille--l dlo 25,000 cigars 8 Hiernsheim & Bro
2o0,)00 do Vn A Gonzales & Bro----I hIx idse Puig
Corral &co
Receipts of Produce.
ALEX A NDRIA- Per steamer C It )Durfoe---3
balo cotton Meyver, Weis &co--3 Payne, Kennedy &.
co-:l C L Walmsley &cIo-- Beraud & Gilbert-- W
It Letchford &,co-1 E P Delavallado---1 McGehee,
Mnowden & Violett--108 head cattle C.Mehle &co-1
bale hides K P Delavallade..suodries to order-Total
13 bales outton 10o head cattle
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Martha--:5 bios
rice Joe David-12-t sacks rough rico Kip & Rtuch
sundries to order
ARKAPOLIS--I'er steamer Frank Pargoud-:33
bales cotton Jno Chafe & Sons-24 S O Thonmas &co
-1-.J L Harris &co-7 Clapp Bros &co-0 Allen, Nu
gent &o0--3 Richardson & May-4 Alous, Scherck &
Autey-4 Graham, Black &co-2 Norwood & Rich
ards-2 Jno Phelps &co-2 Clalborne &co-2 H Alli
son &oo--- S B Newman &oo..2 S C Wilkersoun-2
R T Buckner & Bro- -2 Renshbaw. Cammack &co-1
Allen, West & Bush-1 McGehlee Snowden & Violett
-1 John I Noble-i Lehman, Abraham &oo-- T I,
Alrey &0o-- Beadles, Wood &oo---I Joo Meyer a
Son-3 Meyer, Wels &o--110 sackd cotton seed N O
Cotton Seed Aesociatien--7H do Planters' Oil Co---
sundries to order--Total 120 bales cotton lti sacks
cotten seed
WASHINGTON- Per steamer Blert.han-t bales
cotton P Casse-H S Gumnbel-ti Bol Gerson-4 Not
wood & Richards-3 C L Walmsley &co---- Nalle &
Cammack-2 Meyer, Wels &co-- J W Ilurbridge &
co--2 Lehman, Abraham &co--2 Ilush & l,evert--'
Payne, Kennedy &Co-- Alous. Scherok & Autey-1
Renahaw, Cammack &co --3 sacks seed cotton P
Casse--- 69 sa e cotton seed N 0 Caofton Feed Asso
elation-5 hides R Beer----13 do L Surle &co-5 do P
Caese-3 do E F Gross-f( do Lochte & Cordes-48 do
I bdle do Meyer Well--i8 head sheep 22 head hogs
Ayook, Mitchell &co-s-undries to order- Total 41)
bales cotton 0U sacks cotton seed 3 sacks seed cotton
140 bead stock
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Eva--3 bibls
rice F Roder--31l sacks rough rice Kip & I Rush-:lI
do Joe David-sundries to order-Total 30 bbls rice
202 sacks rough rice
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Blue Wing No 3
14 sacks rough rice G A Lanaux-sundries to order
LOWER COAST-l'er steamer Alvin--i26 bales
moss and sundries to order
LOWER COAST-.-'er steamer Rice Parmer
sundries to order
B RalIlroads.
NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND NORTHERN
RAILROAD.
Sept 5-5 bales cotton Alous, Scherck & Antey-3
I Lehman, Abraham A&ct-3 Meyer, Werets &o- Rich
ardson & May-I B L McKe.n &co--I Warren, At.
kiuson &o-l Jno Chaffe & .unse- S Henderson-1
4 Chaffe. Hamilton & Powell--Total 17 bales cotton
I hhd tobacco Jno E King &co---l car stock J F
- Ollmore-1- case clothing J McElroy-16 bxs peaches
- C H Schenok-100 bbls flour H Bonn-2 cars stol.k J
y Regan-1 wire mat McCracken & Browstter--I chest
tools W H Lane--2 boxpe castings Baumgarden &
Lanal s-50 cases meat C H Lawrence &co-50 bils
I meal Smith Bros &oo-1 car hoop poles Payne, Ken.
- nedy &co--1 car lumber H Otis-l10 bbls lime S Jam
loon--ll0 do A Visard--300 bxa soat B 11 Flashpeller
-100 bble flour C T Buddecke & Son--25 bble high.
4 wines W H Beanham--25 do Cotmmagere & Lambert
) -4 h bbls butter J B Solari & Sort-- bbls do 12 hlf
-bls beef W H Matthews & Bre-3 boxes sundries J
Meyers & 808-20 bxs apples P S DuSouchet---22'
pkgs tobacco S Hernshim & Bro--100 bbls flour
'4 Howard & Preston-1 car wood G T Raoul-1 lox
t axle grease A Baldwin &co-1 car staves G I, Toouer
1 -1 car hoop poles L H Gardner-50 pkgs hardware
1 Kurshoedt & Bhlnvenu-I case mdse Wal ace, Cary
S&oo-l do R J Harp--2 rolls leather 5 bills collars C
Herder-3 casks meat 1 hall' do H tieroes hams 2 bibls
pork Voso Bros-lot hh goods P Graval-1 box mdlse
J Rienthbal--50 bbls potatoes 8 Meyers--25 do S
D'Amico &co-2 cars timber W Harnoon-1 box gro
- ceries L Boyd-I bbl hams 1 hf bbls wine Wang &
Oottam-1 box tobacco John I Adams &co--i- pkus
I moo ding L Uter-5 bx loins J Nelson &cco-41 bars
Iron Folger &co-4 safes 1 bdll hooks A Ray-2 bales
LI domestic H Kern &co-10 bbls apples M Frisco---63
0 do J P Macheca &co-lF1 firkins butter B H Keep
1 310 pkgs beer F Hollandlr-l 10 bbl" flour Glover &
o Odeudabl--10 cads tobacco W Vantellnthltyseni--2
coolers 1 soda foont T S Waterman-- I crates cab.
e bage o0 bbls potatoes 12 bble apples J Salotmoni--l
car poultry 3S bbls apples I bIx eggs 4 bble onions 57
" bbls potatoes Miller & Mayer-2 cars hay 24 bbls ap
r ples 2 bbls onions 125 bbls potatoes Chas l'leasants
72 do 55 bbls onions 10 bbws apples 15 crates cabbage
ii G W Davison &co-46 hxs totuators 105 bild apples
70 buls potatoes J Bertucci &co--l0 crates cabbage
t, 40 bas tomatoes 270 bbls potatoes 10 bibls apples 7.j
Y bbls onionsM Stich & Son- H bbla apples I' Meyer
S50 pkgs tolacco Forcheimer Jlr---3: cars hay E II
SFairchild, Son &co-4 cars bnick 1 barrouch 1 sack
f cushions 100 bile flour J R Kent &0(--10 care timblter
Soar lumber W W alker----3 cases cigars 5 l ,kgs
l tobacco Wackerharth & dJoseph--; cars iiules Alltrd
-& Martin-Total I bhbdl tobacco 510 bIlsn ltour 220 blls
lloc 50 blls hlghwives t68 bbls notatoes I'2 bbls ap
ples 5 carse hay 77 bbls onions
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
Sent 5-1 car cabbage S 1)'Amico &co- 276 pieces
bagging W Dillon-200 do I) L Ranlott &co---96 do
Stone &. Tutt-a0 bble beer 11 Rung &co--15 box s
meat 8 casks do lot hh goods E Vorster--7 bbls tur.
poutine Simpson & Tricou-3 pkgs cigars A Levy &
io-8 bbls whisky 10 bf do Miller, Dolhonde &oo-55
! kgs paper L Bloom--l10 do Iolloway & Edwards
10 do 11.1 J Mulen-2 hides E Adler--100 bbls lime
Barrett & Weinman-3 pkgs paper A l'ox &co--5
pkga leather 1 pkge hides IHorter & Fenner--3 pkga
paper A S Fox-15 bbls apples 2 bbls quinces Miller
& Meyer--98 pkge w ware M McGraw--5 pkgs
matches McGrath & Compton....4 pkgs bags Wood
ward & Wright--2 pkgs mdse M W Smith--24 do
Rice. Born &co--12 o E M Seroni &co-ll bbls pota
toes Chas Ploeasants--400 bdls tites 11 M Isaacson-l
oar beer G Yalets-159 bbis rosin 18 bbls turpentine
Simpson & Trioou-- car lumber C E Payne----7
empty kegs G Yalets- 1 bbl sugar II Pohlmann &
Sor--2 boxes eggs S D'Amico &vto-2 bbls whisky
J Henderson-lot mdse M McGraw--129 bbl potatoes
Greve & Wlldermann-13 bales twine Ii T Lawler-
99 boxes candles G Schneider--9 bbls whisky T D
Alexander-- I tierces hams E F DelBondlo--7 do
Sohwabaoher & Hirsch--5 boxes bacon Miller, Dol
bonde oo-925 boxes starch J II Robinson &co--16
bole whisky Freiberg, Klein &co-5 do C A Whitney
&co-2 pkgs cigars Wang & Cottam--- pkge drugs
U R Finlay &co-19 pkgs iron A Baldwin &co- 105
bble potatoes 11 DelBondio-15 box glassware Septo
line Oil Co--1 pkgs mdse J R Kent adco--sundrles to
order
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL.
ROAD.
Sept :5-1 bale cotton Robert Hare-5 sacks cotton
AL Choppin..4 do L Bibolet 8 bales moss F P Sevin
-2 do Gocil Ik Vright-1 do Hermann & Vignes-56
head cattle P Servat-aundries to order-Total 1 bale
cotton 9 sacks do
Memoranda.
By Telegraph.
New York, Sep'ember 5, 1177.
To A Moult n
Steamship Knickerbocker, Capt Keimble, arrived
at 8 o'clock thiD morning
[ By elegraph.]
New York, September 5, 1877.
To C A Whitney &co
The steamnhlp Lone Star. Capt Forbes, arrived at
12 last night. All right.
BOGAR:T & MORGAN.
LIST OF VESSELS
Up, Cleared and Salled for New Orleans.
SEPTEMBER 5, 1l77.
NIEW YORK.
Steamship Morgan City Read ........ aid Sept 1
Steamship Hudson, Gager ..........i... Sept 1
Bark Bridgeport, .Morgan....... .....cid Aug 27
Bark Endeavor, Mountlurt......s....eld Aug 8
Bark Halcyon, Hardie................aid June 22
PIIILAI)LLPHIA.
SchrF J Collins, Townsend...........sld Aug 21'
BATII ME.
Ship Virginia, Hooker................sld Aug 18
LONDON.
Ship L L Sturrea. Linnekin..........eld Aug 1
Bark Oxford, Chrisman.........,.......ld Aug 7
LIVRRPOOL.
Steamship Oberon, Campbell ........ ld Aug 4
Sbip Adorno, Hawkins .... .........aid Aug 92
Ship Lizzie Perry, Pittmans.......... cld Aug 15
Ship Minnie ierow, Gerow............ eld Aug 7
Ship Landaur, Knowlesa...............ld Aug 10
Shin Western Empire, Groz'er........ ld Aug 1li
Ship J A Thomson, 'Thinmeon.......... sd July 27
Ship Ste Genevieve Strickland. Post.. ld Julvy 2
Ship Importer, SuFtlerland.... .... Fhld A ug 13
Bark Alabama, Brewnell .............. d Aug 21
Ship Sandusky, Lowden .............. sld July 19
(i:EENO( K.
Ship Annie M Law, Hilton .......... id July 7
Ship IIB ilton, Hlilto i ................ id July )6
Ship Paul Bi.ynton, McMnuil.n........eld July 31
Illir,,,,.
Bark Prlnaoesen. Anderrus............s ld Aug 15
HiAVyIE.
Ship Kant.uckhl, Morlv ............aid Aug 1:1
Ship D W Chapmuan. T'tkey.... .....aldl July l
Ship (lGo Ilnributl , Mason .............ld July :11
Ship Mel ,sei, Neill.......... .....el Aug :1
Ship Loulise, BIll. ................... il Aug 3
Ship Luliaiae, ,luayY.................. ald Aug I
Ship Scotia. Ieknr....................laid Aug 17
Ship Nunqu in l),rmio, Cousins ...... l Aug 17
Bark N S Poderson................ald Aug 15
IHORDOAUX.
Bark Chiarina, Ounrarla................lid tilvy 1i
Bark Ec;lypLique Coroln .............ld July 21
Bark Leopold et Marie, Lescally.....ldg May 98
Solhr Melville Bryant, Buckley........lid Aug 8
OLABUOW
Ship Transit, Percy...................aid July 30
SIIIELD. EN(,
Bark Preusee.......................sld June 14
ROUD,M
Bark Geo W Sweeney, Heowett......ld June 9
MAiLHREILLNEB.
Bark Itaenea, Colton .................. d Aug 7
Brig Aurora, Messina ............lIdg June 11
Brit MariaCe'esale. Fevola............ sId Aug 2
Brig Aurora, Messaina ................sld Aug 25
],II]MEN.
Ship Friedrich, Bnggeman............ ld Aug 1
Bark Alamo. Ilruderhansen............ July 13
Brig Maria Celeae , Fev.las...............ld Aug 2
Balk Constante, Ivanolh.............eld July 5
A N"I'W ;,I'.
Bark Pomnona, Jonasen .............. ld Aug 1
RIO lie JANEIRO
Steamship ubens, Lyons............. aid Aug 15
Brig Alerto, Mahian ................. id July 30
Brig loonhia, M'artini..................ldg Aug ii
Brig Sam Woeller, Down..............Idg Aug n
Brig Victoria. Peterson ...........lIg Aug 0i
iohr Asttes, Zimmrnman ............ ldJune 24
S'A IIll A ilENA.
Bark Octavia..........................ld Aug 15
A lIENODJ.
Bark RBats ... . .............id Aug 95
RAILROADS.
1)ONTCHAIITIIAIN RAILWAY
Depot at the head of Elysian FIelds stroeet, near
tlhl Lovie. Third Di.sriut.
Excursion to, or from the Lake and return
samle liy., 20 1)c'lts. Children undor twelve
yeaHr, it .'iI C.
Trains will leav, as follows:
From the Cit y. From the Lako.
1 o','.lo k ........a. m . 7 ','lc.'k .......- . im.
756 o'iloh'k ........a. m . Ri o'l,, .k ........a. m .
it o,i'lu'k .. ... i...]. Il. 1 lo'i'i ;'k ........a. m .
105; o'J'lo,'k ........I ill. l 11it o'(i)( k ......I"a. m.
12 o',liok ........ m. I ro' lovk .......p. m.
2 o'cl'ock ....... p.m. 2x o','icok ........ pU m.
3 o'rlo,'k .......p. i. 3 u' o',lo'k ........ .m.
4 oulok...... 4` o'clokk ......... o' ...... m.
5 o'clock ....... p.1s. 5, o'hlock ...... m.
6 o'luhik ........, Im. 6go',lo,'k ........ m.
7 o'clock ...... p. m. 7 'ci/lock ........p.m.
8 o'clock ....... p.min. H'6 o'alo,'k ........ . r .
9 o'hlcbk ....... . rma. 9ui o'elo-k .......p. m.
10 O'clock ...... p,. . loi o'cl(,olk ........p.m.
On Hundlay the trains will bie run overy halt
hour from 2 olo,.k p. in. On11 Sulday morn
ings the tralns Ibave thri e ity at 5 o'clock for the
accommodllationl o sportsman.
Passengers for (;,'ntilly must notify the con
du-tor prior to the t:'partr i r of train.
au '77 ly I). B. ROBINSON. Receiver.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST. F
Reorganized for the summer of 1857.
Working out of New Orleans via the N. O. and
M. R. It., 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. tichmond.
62 Hours, New Orleans to New York.
The same time always as by any other line.
Pullman Sleeping Cars to Opelika.
Solid Day Trains thence to AugustL . with
Pullman Sleeping Cars attached at Macon for a
Wilmington.
Through train Wilmington to Richmond and
New York with legant Parlor Cars attached to
Riichmond--thence Pullman Slooping Cars to
New York.
ALL CHANGES AT SEASONABLE HOURS
AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY
VENTILATED CARS. c
Route No. 2-Bay Line.
Over the same liners to Wilmington as by Route
No. 1. Thonce by Special Parlor Cars to Ports
mouth. Va. Thence, at 5:30 p. m. daily (except
Sunday). by the margniflcent steamors of the
BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by Now York 1
Express=, arriving In New York at 2:05 p. m.
A sixty-nine IhouIrs' run-only seven hours in
excessof all rail time, with the advantage of an
undisturbed night's rest and suVerior accom
modations upon the Chesapeake Bay.
Route No. 3-Tile Old Dominion Line.
The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports
mouth as Hioutes I and 2. Thence, on Mondays, E
Wednesdays and Haturd.tys at 5:30 p. m. by the
magniflcent sidewheol steamships of the OLD
DOMINION 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. Spoed and
Comfort.
Passengers should leave New Orleans Satur
days, Mondays and Thursdays to connect close
ly with this Line.
For Tickets, Checks, Time Cards. an I all in
formation apply at the offices of the New Or
leans and MIobile Railroad.
A. POPE General Passenger Agent.
J. H. WHITE, Southern Passenger Agent.
H. W. FOWLER. Now Orleans Agent, corner St.
Charles and Common streets. mny tf
GREAT JACKSON ROUTE.
NEW ORLEANS. ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO
BAILBOAD LINES.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS,
will depart and arrive as follows: from Calliop
street depot from July 15. 1877:
DEPABT. ABBIVR.
Express No.1.5:30 p. m. Express No. 2.10:30 a.m
Express No. .s:15a. m. Express No.4. 8:15 m
Nos.1 and 2 run daily, 3 ant 4 daily except
Sunday.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING OARS
through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago. Cal
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 Duouoin for Chicago.
Accommodation trains between New Orleans
and McComb City:
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 2s
Camp street, corner Common. under City HoteL
A. D. BHELDON. Agent.
J. C. CTARKE,
Vice President and General Manager. mh4
TIE NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAIL
ROAD-- MOBIILE LINE
THE GREAT TIROUGifl I:o;TE TO THE
EAST'. NORTH AND WEST,
Via Louisvill' via Atlanta and via St. Louis.
CARRilYiNG THE U. S. MAIL.
Trains arrive and dedpart from De.t, foot of
Canal street, as follows:
DEPART. I ARRIVE.
Express ...... 7:30 a. m. Express...... 11:45a. m.
Express..... 5: p. m. Express .... :30 p. m.
COast......... 3:15 . m.
Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati,
Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis, Washington.
Baltimore and Philadelphia without change
and only one change to New York and Eastern
cities.
Tic.ket office, corner of Camp and Common
street, opposite City Hotel.
D. B N.ItOBINSON, Superintendent.
mh2 ti J.W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent
STEAMSHIPS.
TEXAS.
IOROAN LINE U. I. MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
The following low-pressure Iron Steamships
form these lines: I
ItAIILAN, I. HARRIS. W. G. HEWEB.
MORGAN', JOSEPHINE. ST. MAlJIY
GUMrIE, WHITNEY HUTOHIN80N.
CLINTON. CITY OF NORFOLK,
ARANSAS. now building.
P'lvingf from Morgan City. In connection with
Morgan s Lou.isana and Texas Rallroad.
For Indianola, via Galveston
MONDAY and THURSDAY. •
Through hills lading signed to Houston d
to nil lpoints beyond on the Houston and Texas
Central and G. HI. and H. A. It. It., International
an d Great Northern Rallroad, via Clinton, and
the Texas Transportation Company,
Freight charged as per new card rates.
San Antonio flkdghti. rceilved and forwarded
via Galveston. Houston and San Antonio Rall
way and Clinton.
For Braz.s Mantlago-
The Iron steamnr
I. C. HARRIS
Will leave Morgan City on
---- , Sept:ehr -, 1577.
Lighterage at Brazos bantlago at risk and ex
Dense of conlsgnees.
Freight recelivd for and bills lading signed
only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande Railroad,
as per now tariff, less a per cent, until further
notice.
Froleght payable in gold.
SPFor Corpus Chrinti, Fulton and
St. Mary's, via RIockport-The iron
steamer NT. MARY,
Will leave Morgan City on
.- --.. . Ho.temlIbr -, 1577.
Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at risk
and ex nense of consaignees.
Freigtht for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at
Rock ort.
Frei ht for all the above points reIlved at the
Depot Morgan's Louisana and Texas Railroad,
foot of Lafayette street. daily, until 5 p. m.
PASSENGER AND MAIL ROUTE.
For Galveston, Houston and Indlanola.
Passengers take Railroad Ferryboat foot of St.
Ann street. at 7:80 a. m., reaching Morgan City
at I1:15 a. m., there connecting with steamers
MONDAY for Galveston and Indlanola.
TUEtDAY for Galveston and Houston.
THURSDAY for Galveston and Indianola.
SATURDAY for Galveston and Houston.
First class fare to Shreveport $25-Time, 45
hours.
Excursion tickets for the round trip to Gal
veston and return, good for thirty days, issued
at$21.
at icket and staterooms secured until 5. p. m.
daily (Sundays excepted), at Agent's office, or at
the Ferry Landing, on morning of departure.
Through tickets will be Issued from this offiee
to the principal points on the Houston Texas
Central Railroad, on the International and
Great Northern Railroad, and Texas and Pacific
Railroad.
a . 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 lin-
LONE STAR, ALGIERS
NEW YORK, MORGAN CITY,
ELLA KNIGHT, AGNES.
The Iron Steamshiv
AIAIlIER.
will leave Algiers
THURSDAY, FSotoem.er ;.
Connecting at Now York with steamships ELLA
KN1GII C and AGNES for Phll'dolphia.
INSURANGE TO NEW YORK ,,
Freight for the above port received at the depot
of Morgan's Louslianaand Texas Railroad, foot
of Lafayetto street, dalily until sa . m.
For freight apdl to
CHAS. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents.
jol ly Cor. Natchez and Magazine streets.
HAVANA.
FOR HAVANA. CEDAR KEYS AND KEY
WEST.o
UNITED STATER M.IL LINE.
LEAVING EVERY WEEK JA
The first-class steamship tr
MARGERET,
Baker. Commander, L(
will leave wharf opposlte Jackson Square
TUESDAY, Seoteniier 4, at 8 P. M.
Passage rates to Havana, s40; Excursion tick
ets, $so. lo
Passage rates to Jacksonville, $20, including
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading issued to all points in 4
Florida. Ai
For Froight or passage apply to ni
L K. ROBERTS. 120 Common street, oV
Over Louisiana National Bank.
The steamship EMILY B. SOUDER follows
on the - ---. my6s ly Ie
DA
FLORIDA.
FOR WARRINGTON PENSACOLA AND
MIIT'ON.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS. o
Th, following first-elass Al steam- -
Sships will sail for the above Vorts as
foIllows:
ALABAMA,
M. J. Faurfa. master. N.
I Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at s a. m.
Josehl F. Boyle, master,
Leave --- -
The above steamers will Ileave as above, oppo
site Jaekson Square. Second District.
For freight or pi.ssaguo apply on board or to
C. M. SORIA, Agent,
aul5 If 18 and 20 Union street. U
BREMlEN.
NOITH GERMAN LLOYD. i
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW OR- g
LEANS, VIA HAVIIE, SOUTH- -
AMPTON AND HAVANA. L
ad Thb steamships of the North GOr
man Lloyd will resume their Regular Trips
next fall, as follows:
From IBremn. From New Orleans.
HANNOVER, Sept. 12 atout Oct. II.
FIRANKFURJT, Oi. 1to about Nov.11 l.
Thlese stealillrs toich outward at Havre and d
Havana. and on their home trip at Havana and f1
Southamptoin.
PRICES OF PASSAGE:
From BromenP . Southampton or Iavre to lla
vana or New Orleans--C(bin, $150 (gold); bteer
toni New Orleans to HSnthampto.l Havre or
Brenii-('abin, l$5sa (gold); Steerage. $45 (gold).
From New Orleans to Havana-Cabin, $.5
(gold; Steerage. $1s (goldt)i
Children under ten' years, half price; chil
dren under one year, froe.
Thi' comtpaIny reserves the right to charnge the
route of the sLtamers. their advertised days of
depart ure arid the priecs of passage. A
l'assage tickets from Bremenl, Southampton
or ;Havre to New Orleans issued by the under
irnfi rtlhr prirtitltara .rily to
E]D. F. ST()CKMEYLI & CO.. Agents.
au31 ly 42 Urnioni street.
FITS, EPILEPSY,
-ORn
FALLING SICKNESS,
PERMANENTLY CURED-NO HUMBUG-BY
ONE MONTI'S USE OF DR. GOULARDI'S CELE
BRATED INFALLIBLE FIT POWDERS. To
convince sufferers that these powders will do all
we claim for them. we will send them by mail.
POST PAID, a FREE TRIAL BOX. As Dr.
Goulard is the only physician who has ever made I
this disease a speeial study. and as to our knowl
edge thousands have been PERMANENTLY
CLRED by the rise of these POWDERS, WE
WILL GUARANTEE A PERMANENT cure in
every ease or REFUND YOU ALL MONEY
EXPENDED. All sufferers should give these
powders an early trial, and be convinced of
their curative powers.
Price, for large box, 53, or four boxes for $10,
sent by mail to any part of the United States or
Canada on receipt.or price, or by express C. O. D.
Address, ASH & ROBBINS,
apl6 ly 860 Fulton street, BroollyP N, Y. 1
STEAMBOATS.
OHIO RIVER.
REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORILEANS PACKET.
Leaves WEDNESDAY. HSo,temler 5,. at 5 p. m.
. 10 1FOI CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE.
EvanAvill, Hendeso;en lhalwnne
town, Paulnealh Cairo, 1Viemphis and
all lntermedlate pointas-The steamer
I'. P. nMCHIR NCK,
J. L. Carter, I.nIator Itihard iurns, lerk.
will Ihleave as abover. Por freight (or LL.asage tap
ply on board, or to
WAYNE & WILLIAMS.
1lo (Irevior t reot.
DOUGIAS & WINDUltN.
"1 B:ii N II'hlz 1 Mt rit.
OPEJlOl __AM.
REGULAR OPELOUSAB PACKET.
Leaves every SATU.IDAY, at a t m.,
L FOIR WASHINGTON, OPEL)U
sas, Port Barre. Simmsport, Church
ville, and all landings on the Coast.
Atchafalava river and Bayou Courtableau--Thb
very light draft passenger steamer
BI15. SUNFLOWER,
A. P. TrotuPdale, Master; J. B. SBhmldt, (lerk;
will positively leave as above. For freight or
passage apply on Iboard or to
III'rE & CAITIN. Agents,
No. 4 Tethouitloulas street.
Connt,'ts at Little Devil with steamers (Crol
and Minnie. _ ', nnls
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every SATURDAY. at 5 p. m.,, commene
ing on SATURDAY, August 4.
FOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU
ans. Port Barr,, Himmesport. Church
vll and al ll landings on the Boast,
Atchafalaya river and tBayou Courtahlbau-Tho
first-chlss sidowheel puassenger steamer
TRENTON,
Jam,.s L. Robbins, master. Gabe Block, clerk
will leave as above. For freight or passago ap
Ply on board, or to
LORD1) & MePEAKE, 4 OCnmp street.
N. O. DONOIi U t. 71; Gravler street.
JANNEY & WOIRK. i.t C ommon st. W
All rr,,ighlt for Washington is insured through.
aul tf
IIE(UI,Alt O(I'ELOI:AM I'A('KET.
Leaves verry WED)NJE'DAY. at 5 p. m.
FOR WASilINGTON. OPEIXIU
sas, Port.t. Barre, Simmsport. Church
vill, anti all landings on lihe Coast,
Atetiafalava river II(I Bayou Court alieoa-The
new and light draft .t'arnler
isErTHA,
II. If, Broad master. The,. Jobin clerk,
will Ieve s aslove. For freight or passage at,
hly on haotrd, or to
tR]ITTON A EI'PLER, R1 Gravier ctret,.
It. W. ADAMS, 21 Cotunitr'ial PIlace.
('Croi.lts at Little Devil with steameor Creole
andt Minnie. ja.2 tf
BAYOU TIECHIE.
PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT
TECHE AND ATCBAFALAYA LINE.
Loaves SATUItDAY He ,teiiter . at 5p. m.
FOP. IST. MA1t'TINVILL, AND
all intermediate landings on the
Bayou Teche--The steamer
WILLIE,
E. B. Trinidad, master. H. Molaison, clerk,
will leave tas above, and contitnlue regularly
t.hroughout tno ln) sson. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
BITE & CARLIN.
sM.5 No. 4 Tehoutipitc,lkti street.
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW OBLEANB AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND MONROE
Weekly Ouachlta City U. N. Mail Packet
Leaves every WEDNESDAY. at 6. m.
FOR OUACHITA CITY. TKEN.
ton, Monroe and all town ladings-
The steamer
UAITROP,
fIn place of JOhn H. Hanna.1
F. A. Blanks. master. . B. Cornwell. clerk,
Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the
right to refuse any landing except mali land
ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or
to
Capt F. A. BLANKS President,
14o 2 Canal street corner Delta,
BITE & OARLIN BRITTON & EPPLEB,
JANNEY & WORK LORD & MoPEAKE. Ag'ts
P. S.-Has regular connection with all the
tributaries. fell tf
LOWER COAST
LOWER COAST UNITED STATES MAIL
DAILY LINE (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
FOR PORT EADS, THE FORTS,
Buras, Quarantine, Pointe-a-la
Hawih and way landings-The swift
low-pressure Pullman palaceo steamer
MARTHA.
W. H. Bassett. master,
leaves TUESDAYS and THUtHDAYS at 10
a. m., SATURDAYS at 5 v. m. (extending Satur
day trip to Pilot Town, Southwest Pass); return
Ing Monday mornings. Wednesday and Friday
oven i ngs.
The A No. 1 steamer
EVA.
John Taylor, master.
leaves MONDAYS, WE.DNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS, at 1e a. in.: returning alternate days.
Excursion tickets sI$ (good on either boat.)
For freight or Iassage) apl,.ly on board, or to
JOHN MlcMAI S, 572 I.lag.aine street.
P. B.--The Marfha goes through the Jetties
out into the Gulf on the Saturday trip. jyl
IUPP.R COAST.
FALL AND WIN'TER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW OLANH AND I;IPER CO'THI' M. I.
DAIIY LINK OF PACKETH.
SFOR liEN. TUIEAUD'H, ASCIEN
.i,, and all plantation landings.
ERA NO. 10,
(In pahe of Mary Id.)
Ahl~ide Albert m.ster. Arthur Nicolle, elork.
leav, e 'I'UE;HAY.., TtUIU1..DAY8 and SAT
UIItDAYSH. t Io a. m.
The steamLer
Aliide Albert master. Arihnr Nieollo, ,:lrrk.
Lawves MONlDAYe, WEDNE~ DAYS and Fill
DAYS, at l oa, inm. Joth boatt retlurn on alt:r
nato days rand in daylight. For freight or pas
sage apDly On lboardT or to
Sol W. J. (OMAUX. 20 Conti street.
REGULAR TRI-WEEKLY PACKET,
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at to a. m.
S.. FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION
Ascension parish, Donaldsonville
and all coast landings-The fine
side-wheel passenger steamer
BLUE WING NO 8,
J. A. Comstock master.
Goo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean, clerks,
Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash
land Plantation Tuesday. Thursday and Sun
day, coming down the coast in daylight. Fo
freight or passage aD ly on board or to
ap22 8. HENO. 19 Conti street.
P. S. All freight delivered in the daytime.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
LEON QUEYROUZE. OBOAB BOIS.
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE,
At the Blue Stores.
Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets,
del4 ' 61i New Orleans.
UNDERTAKERS.
OHAS. 0. JONES. JOHN G. BOCHE,
Formerly with Frank Johnson.
JONES & BOCHE,
250 and 252 Magazine st.. near Delord.
Undertakers and Embalmer..
All business entrusted to the firm will receive
prompt and careful attention at moderate rates.
flarriaaes to hire. tats I1
F. BUSCH,
GUN AND LOCKBMITH.
No. 23 Commercial Place. New Orleans.
DELL HANGING, IRON RAILRINGS, AND
j B General House Work attended to at short
notice and reasonable prices. Also. Vaults.
Locks and Copying Presses repaired: Duplicate
Keys of all descriptions made. Sate repair
ing a specialty mi9 'TI 17
STEAMBOATS.
RED RIVER.
Red River and Texas.
NEW ORLEANS AND RED RIIVER TRANS.
PORTAT[ON COMPANY, AND TEXAS PA
CIFIC RAILWAY AND CONNECTIONS.
Through bills of Idllng awl through ,passeea
glr tickets to all lahndli ng n Itrll rl lver. and all
railway stations In T'xem. The bost route to
Hot Spyrlna s.
'The frllowing stlorllid and fast steamer
comrnosing the liIne will lavo its advertised be
low:
l'm. Uilln Maria Loulse. Texas.
O.I ur, Dur e, nol. A. P Kouns, ,Lotus No. S.
W.J. ktlu t,£& Bo nit i Let+., Dawn.
FOR HIIIEVEPORT. JEFFEB.
son. lint, ,t.rings, and all land ,
ilis on lud River and ralwal
stations In Texas.
FOR , HIIREVEI'OIIt AND .IEFI'FERHtON.
W. J. Behan, (in,. E. Wilkinrso, mastor,
Leave, THUISDI)AY i Ht,. ;. at 5 p. m.
Honnie Lee, Noah Maovill, mattr.
I,eavs 8ATURDIIAY. ibji. S +.at 5p. In.
FOR GRAND E'OCItE.
C. II. Durfee, Rlthordl 8Nnltt, master.
Loaves SATURDA Y. Il.t. , at; 5 v. m.
No wharfboat charges, drayage or ommlsosi
will be oharged at mouth of Rod BRiver. ort
New Orleans. in forwarding freight consigne
to the company by bill lading.
For freight or passage a.ply on board pf the
oata, or at the omce of the corotany. No. ik
Uravier street. JOB. K IPesldet.
a EEK LY RAND E& MoPEAR IA T
WEEKLY GRAND EC(ORE IPACKETS.
FOR GRANI) Eli'ORE, MONT.
golnrry, Ale.xat'tnirl. Norman's lBar
bin's andIt way ladI ngsH-The stoam
C. H. DUIPFEE,
Rilthard 81nniitt. master.
Lcaves TtIURSIDAY. SHpt. I;, at 5 p. in.
DAWN,
(In pla.:c of the Niw Bart Able.)
C. P. Trujeliw, mnastor.
Leaven every HSAUI, DAY. YIt r, p. in.
WiII lhavo as abovo. For frtlghlt or passage
apply on board or to It. W. ADAMS.
ail3o No. 21 Commrcial I'laio.
BAYOU SARA.
REGULAR SEMI.-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA
AwI, COAST PACKET.
• I ,.FOR BAYOU SARA, WATERLOO,
normitagi, Port Hudson, Baton
Rougo,. lanlmnomine and way land
ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
OUIACHITA BELLE,
(Repreenmtlng now boat building),
John C. Lihano, nmastlr. John 11. Moasop, clerk
laves as al bove overy WEDNESDAY and
SATURIDAY at , p. m.. rommoneing as soon as
repairs are flnished, au29
BAYOU BARU SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
SBTR. G(OY. ALLEN, STR. LA BELLE,
John J. Brown Mistr. A. Dua. Mastr
Jh . FO i3 BAYOU RAIA, WATERLOO
He'rmitag.. Port Hudson, Lobdell's
Store, Baton Rouge. Plaquemine,
and postoffioc landlugs
Steamer sov. Allen,
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at i v. m
Steamer la Belle,
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at a p. m.
Commoncing early In SepLHmber.
For Ireight or passageo YP.on board or to
HITE & CARLIN ,
No. 4 Tehonuvitoulas street.
JANNEY & WORK.
iy31 tf No. 1o0 Common street.
VICHMBURG.
UNITED STAT'I'E MAII, PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at s ,i. m.
FOR VJ('KSBUR(V, NATCHEZ.
Davis' Reind andI Intermedliate land
hges--'The isteamer
iOBERT E. LEE,
William Camprnell, master.
A. McVay and John H. Mosvp, clerks,
r lavis as above,. 1ronnelcting at Vicksurg with
Parlisot. Lilne for all poilnts on he Ya oo, Sun
flower, Deer Criek a1l '1allahatchie.
R. W. ADAMS.
JANNEY & WORK.
IIITE & CARLIN. Agents.
Will give through bills of lading to Trenton.
Monroe. lnd all s1t1 tiorns on the Vicksburng,
Shr,:vc.ort and Terxas ,n]llro'vl, via Delta, La.
W. B. 'IROCK ETrI', Agent.
dn121 s MblagaIne street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TIIUI:DAY at 5 p. in.
FOR AI1K(l'OLd, GREENVILLE,
Vicksburg and the BInds-The fine
and fast Lasseinger pDI:k.et
FRANK PAIGOIUD,
J. M. White master, C. Holmes clerk,
Will leave as above,', cornnceting at Vicksburg
with th' "Plarist Line" for all points on Yazoo
and 'ia'lltlhaatc.tlh' rivers. For freight or passage
apply on botard, or toi
.TANNEY & WORK,
It. W. ADAMS,
IIROCKETT & CARTER.
Through Bills of Lading given to Trnton.
Mionrtro and all stations on Vieksburg, Hhrove
iport and Texas failrald. Al so to all points on
Araopilis and L'i ne Bi ufT Railroaid,.
rrh27 IJROCEK ETT & CARTER.
SATURDAY VICKHI'IRG UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET. .
Leaves every SATURDAY. at ti. m.
FORt VICKHIIBUN(, DAVIS' BEND
Natchez and alll Intarmrn'diat, land
ings-T I pa.tseK'Itgr packet
NAT'ICIEZ,
T. P. Leathers master, J. F. Muse lark,
c(,nnic.inrg iLt Virksihurg with thit I'arlsot Line
for Ytazoo, Ttallahat.hi, ard Hunflower rivers
arnd with Anchor Line for 3Mlnllphis, Cairo and
St. ILuis.
This boat reserves the right to pass all land
inrs that the Capt-in may it n,srider unsafe.
For freight orr tpasage. lirlly on board, or to
JANNEY & WhORK, Is's Common street.
BITE & CA ILI N., 4 Te'hot vitolas street.
Will give through hills of Ilaling to Trenton.
Monroe, and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and Texas Itailroal. via Delta. La.
W. B. BItOCKETT, Agent,
myi 3e, s M1agazi nie street.
LAFOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCIIE AND
. COAST PACKET.
Letaves every TUESDAY and SATURDAY.
SThe fine prsstenger steamer
ELLA HIUGHEs,
Joe Dalferes mrast,.r. E. Nicoll." clerk,
Leaves New Orle.as every TUESDAY at 5 p. m..
and MATUIRDAY at 5 p. . Im.Rturrnilg, leaves
Donaldsonville every FRIDAY and MONDAY
worning.
For freight or paTage apply on hboard.
I'. .--A clerk always, on latdintg. head of
Conti street, to rceeive a reight. sel
TItl-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at o1 a. m., THURS
DAY sad SATURDAY at 12 m.
STHE NEW PABTEN EBBTEAMUS
HENRY TETE,
J. F. Aueoin master. M. H. Landry clerk,
Pays particular attention to way business, as d
returns down the Coast. Ieaving I)onaldsonvllle
every Wednes'lay, Fridiay and Sunday at 5. a.
m. For freight or passage apply on hoari, Or
to B. RIVET,
r10 Decatur street.
P. S.--Iands all Coast assengers and freight
in daylight.
BATON ROUGE.
IEGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
FACKET.
L, a;,vs ,:very MOND.\ Y at 5 p. ii,, awl FRIDAY
it 12 In..
The rtil=-en.L r t,:i ri
tIi pt ,l ii ,f St. .JI,,in.i
I. I'. M,-E'r~,,',' nt,.,' ------ .,-lrk.
returrniing every SUNDAY i ),4 WDNEiDAY
EV ENINGS.
F r freight or ra,'-i.''" aply in lorardl or to
.e2 E. O. 3II'LAN.ON, :2 iBinville et.
JAMES LINGAN.
ATTORNEY AND OUNSELLOE AT LAWI
my8 i3 Graver street.

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