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RIVER NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT. |
Thursday. September 20, 1877.
Arrivals.
Bastrop, Frank Pargoud. Bertha.
Departures.
Isabel, II. E. Lot. Bastrop, Col. A. I'. Kouns.
To Arrive.
Era No. 10. Blue Wing N. ., upper coast: Al
vin, Eva. Martha. lower coast; Ouv. Allen, Bayou
Nara; John H. Hanna, Baton ltiiuge; W. J.
Bahan, C. H. DUirfe, }Red river.
For partlculars of thei blow Tuesday night
Ie, our local olumrns.
The Frank Pergondl and Bastrop weathered
the storm, and were on hand yesterday lmorn
ing. The Bertha arrived at. noon. The Eva.
from the lower coast and the Blue Wing No. 3
from the upper (cast, Iotrlh overdue. had not ar
rived up to 5 o'clock. The Bertha passed the
Hanna and Blue Wing tied up just above (',,l
lege Point, and metthe Era. No. i (that left Tues
day morning) at Kennervillo on her way up.
The steamboats in port were exceedingly for
tunate, the only damage sustainel, its far as we
could learn, was to the Tensa,. Her stern line
parted and she swung around on tie St. Mary,
anocking her ohimneys out of place: for
tunately the guys were strong enough to hold
them up. She was hauled hbak again yesterdlay.
The Bastrop, Lee and Col. Kouns left yiester
day with fair freights.
The Bertha. en account of her lati arrival.
laid over until 5 p. m. to-day, when she posi
tively leaves.
On account of bad weather the Willie could
not get ready to leave yesterday: she goes to
da tthough, sure.
he James Howard, for St. Louis, also laid
The Big t4unflower, from the Atehalalaya,will
arrive to leave Naturday. her regular day.
1The Natc hez will af rive to-night from Vicks
burg and return Saturday, as usual
The New Orleans and lied River Transporti
tion Oompany steamer W. J. Bohan. (lai. Wil
kinson master. F. A. Ames clerk, leaves Satur
day for Shreveport.
Capt. Jerry Sullivan returned on the Bastrop.
The C. H. iurfee leaves Saturday for Alex
anldria and Grand Ecore in phaIc of the Bart
The passenger and United Staties mail
steamer Martha, W. 8. Bassett master, leaves
to-day at 15 a. m, for the lower coast through ito
Port Ends. Messrs. Legler and Barrols have
har e of the office. On her SMaturdlav trip the
laIn makes an excursion through the jettlh s
out Into the Gull.
The new, fine and fast lower coast aieket
Alvin. W. T. Si-vell malter, Henry Klouns
clerk, leaves to-lday at 11:30 a. m. promptly for
the lower coast to ijuarantino SHtt tln.
The Era No. 10, in plain of the Mary Ida,
leaves to-day at to a. m. for the iiupper coostto
Ben Tureaudl. Aloide Albert in command. Ar
thur Nicolle clerk.
The regular tri-wsekly coast and Donaldson
;ile backet Henry Tete, F. Au-oin master. M.
aH. Landry clerk, leaves to-day at 12 m.. making
al lantation landings in daylight.
The splendid passenger and United States
mail steamer Frank Pargoud, J. M, White mas
ter, Curt Holmes clerk leaves to-(lay at r p. m.
for Arkopolis Greenville and Vicksburg.
The United States malil packet Gov. Allen.
John J. Brown master, 8. 8. Streek clerk, leaves
to-morrow at 5 p. m. for Bayou Sara.
The fine steamer John II. Hanna, James P.
MoElroy in command, leaves to-morrow at 12
m., in place of the S~. John, for Baton Bouge
and coast landing-. Messrs. J. C. Bergeron and
F. V. Cellos in charge of the office.
The steamer Bertha, H. H. Broad master,
Theo. Jobin clerk, leaves t '-day at 5 p. im. for
the Atchafalaya, through to Washington.
The regular and r-liable Willie. E. B. Trini
dad master, II. MIolalon clerk. ler ves to-day
without fail, at 5 p. in., for the Bayou Teche.
MARIiE NEWS.
OFFIOB NEW ORLEAN8 DUMOORAT, t
Septem ber21, 1877. f
Cleared Yesterday.
8teamishp Knickerbtooer. Ramble, for New York
A Moulton
Steamship Alabama, Fanrla, for Penesaola
C N Soria
A rrlved.
No arrivalaifrom sea yesterday.
WMAKiA OA'a.
Frank Pargond,Wbite. from Arkapolis
Baptrop, Blanks, froma Trenton
Bertha. Broad, from Washington
At quarantine Station.
Steamship Margaret, Baker, from Havana, via
Flotida Ports to I K Roberts
Ger barkentine Alerte, Mahliman, 48 days from R.g
de Janelro, to W F Halsey
Ger brig Astrea. Zimmerman. 03 days from Rio de
Janeiro. to Pim, Forwood &, o
Ger brig loon a, Ma tini, 46 oays from R1io de Janeiro
to L H Terry a no
Bpan bark Marie Carolina, Quirth, 1 days fm Havana
in ballast. to D Fat io & co
Fr bark Harold. Poltio. 5 (lays from Havana, in bal
last, to P P'outs & Bon
Exports.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Knickerbocker-
1310 bales cotton 50 bales moss 410 bhda tobacco 213
bt ls molasses 250 bble lice 100 bbls olanges 2400
staves
I'ENSACOLA--Per steamship Alabama--I200
sac.s corn -25 sacks r flee 15 0 racks oats 1110 sacks
bran 300 bble floor 80 bbls whisky 20 casks bacon 30
tea lard 10 hhds sugar 30 bales hay 433 pkgs mdse
Reeelpts of Produee.
ARKAPOLIS--Per steamer Flank Pargoud-37
bales cotton J L Harris &00,--28 Al.os, Schterck &
Autoy-17 Meyer, Weis &co-16 Clapp Bros &o0-14
Levy & Clark-13 Richardson & May-10 II Allison
&oo-9 Allen, Nugent &co-8 Jno Chaffe & ons--7
Bush & Levert-7 G W Sentell &coo-6 R T Buckner
& Bro- Jurey & Gillis-5 S B Newman &co-5 S C
ilkerson-5 Graham, Black &co-5 Lehman, Abra
tm &o--5 Payne Kennedy &co-5 Howcott &oo
McGehee, Snowden & Vlt-tt--4 Vail en, Hawkins
co-3 J Burnet &oo- 3 Gwyn & Dyer--3 H & C
ewman-3 Chbafle, Hamilton & Powell-38 W Raw.
Ilts-3 Allen, West & Ilu.h--2 T L Airey &co--2
I&rartBros &oo-I Jno Phelps &o o-- John I Noble
. 2( - orwood & Richards-24!1 sacks oillake 20 sacMs
4ona seed meal 4 bbls oil Mover, Weis &co-175
Ha cotton seed N O Cotton Seed Assecla ion- 381
"lanters' Oil Co- sundries to order--lotal 241 bales
cotton 556 sacks ootton seed 20 sacks cotton seed meal
249 sacks otloake
TRENTON--Per steamer Bastron-24 bales cotton
Jno T Hardle &oo---l1 Ju ey & Gillis..-13 Meyer
Wets &eo-11 J B Wolfe &co-8 W A Peale-8 H &
C Newman-7 8 Gumble-6 Lehman, Abraham aoo-
4 Allen, Nugent &"-o--6 Jno Chaffe & Hons--5 Levy
& .larke-5 J W White-I Alcus, Scherck & Autey
-1 C H C Brown-10 March & Schlenker-33 sacks
cotton seed N 0 Cotton Seed Asaoclation-19 sackrl
seed cotton 8 B Newman &co..5 do J W White--2
do Jurey & Gillis-3 do Heraud & Gibert-4 do Levy
-& Clarke- 3 do Jos David-4 bales wool Miss Wesson
Mills-8 do 1 pkge hidet E Anller-30 hides Lehman.
Abraham &co--1 do IH & C Newman--ll do F P
Martines-15 d, 1 bale do J E Hlatrell-6 head cattle
1Noel & Wooten- 4 do C Mehle &co--sundries to
order-Total 1.7 bales cotton 333 sacks cotton seed 3i
sacks seed cotton 0 head cattle
WASHINGTON- Per steamer ]lertba--17 bales
cotton J Dreyfus--6 Meyer, Weis & ,--6 8 Gumbel-
5 Payne. Kennedly &co-4 Queyrou.e & Boie-i Nor.
wood & Rioharde-t Itnsbaw, Camtack &coo 2 Mc
Gehee, Snowden & Violettl-2 M Bradig--J Moore &
Coleman-2 Warren. Atkinson &co..1 Allen, Nugent
&oo-- Beraud & Gibert--l J W Burbridge &co- 1
Jno Chaffe & Sons-2 Clapp, Broas Cco-9 sacks need
cotton Forstall & Jomonville--3 do tenshaw. Cant
mack &oo--2 do Ben Gerson..140 sacks cotton seed
N O Cott. n Seed Associatt,n-1 bile skins 20 hides
lot poultry and eggs P Case--dto 19 hides L I soau.
sagne-8 do R. Beer-4 do Meyer Well-I0 do Keir &
Belles-3 do 1 bag wool ,ohte Cnrdsse----7 bundles
bides I box wax E A Gros -5 hides J M Schwantz &
Bro--7l do 1 bag wool I bx wax EI P Delavallade-
sundries to order.. Total 53 bales cotton 140 s~a s cot
ton seed 14 sacks seed cotton
By Railroads.
lEW OBLEANS, JACKSON AND NORTHERN
RAILROAD.
Sept 19-100 bbls flour C T Ulnddenke & Son--0 es
milk Smith Bros &co--o00 do I. Itler &reo---- I0 tdo
John I Adcme &c,,--10t0 do lot machinery John 1'
M.lore &ct--`l cats lumber E D Col,,--2 cars wheat L
J Illgby-143l bulk slouleltlt J bl Schwartz- .t bhhlt
hillhwires W H Beunham-2 I ca pipe Juo T Globo ns
Aco--I bbl apples Tot re & Anselmi-l car hoop poles
Payne. Keuneily &co-- car brick I) Oltman-2 cars
do J ItR Kent &ko--14 ibla potatorias .t hlls apples S
Meyers--: boxes steel M W Smitlh--3 bas I ianos P
Werleln-4 cases H & N Mamnrv--l case hats I La
rouasini-i case mdee A Chapsay--I20 tbbl tlour T A
Hamilton &to----56 tales bhy L2.3 sacks oats Chtaa
Pleasants-- bx mdee M Ileiman-2 do J U Adams
9 bas thread Yale & Bowling-- bx goods It Revrnoir
-2 boxes mdee F Is euuie--i dkolitIman laro--I Ix
bats A Marks, Leovy &co-ll hxs ehsi Stull I hlf Ibl
wine I car plow C A Whitney &co--300 bble flour
Howard & PIreston- 1321 shoulders Cobb & Maxen-
l5 bbls potta oee G W Davis n &oo 34 do E Doh rty
-50 do C F SMelville--l bble apples G Grande- 9 do
19 pkgs pears I) Cefaln &r o--l2 do 44 bbis apples J P
Macheca &co--, b Is potatoea .1 Keller-l ca ashoes
J Troutman -1 case mirrors H Gold mith- 2 cases
abhes J McGulnness---- case citgrs Wackerbhrth &
Joseph--3 oases ondse J G Bluutrnstn &co-1 hi tea
M Payro-l bx bhooks 4 Dkgs ink P Poursine -84 bas
handles A Bahlwin &co.--I bbl mineral water M B
Miller--5 cases nmee I bale do A Harris-1 bx br-cm
W H Re1ynold,-- bates hope G Auer &co-Total 600
bbls flour 2 cars wheat 9759 bulk shoulders 25 bble
highwlies 155 bbls apples 318 bbles otatoes 56 bales
hay 253 sacks 1 ate
NEW ORILtaNS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
Sept 10-300 cases oil Chess, Ca-ley &c--300 boxes
soap a B YftllSI _--900 grate castings 0 Pitard &
oo-W90 bblas lW y 5 bf do 5 elgitb plues Sherok &
Berkson-15 bble whisky Wise & Stemhook-15 bbls
oil SnufBfr, Ma.ready &co-10 bbls beef ScBhmidt &
Ziegler-5 bbls whisky J G Morrie--- u0 cases mdse
Burke & Thompson 45 pkge mdse N J Hennessey-
8 cases drugs I L Lyons--f do E J Hart &co-1 case
mdse J E Merritt-1 do B J West.----5 bbls whisky
Rareshide & Mae--10 casks zine '15 slabs stel Staunf
fer, Macready &co-1 bbl mineral water J M Alenter
-4 rolls leather Horter & Fenner----5 b,,xea starch
Herrman &co-32 hf casks I aeon C H Dolsen-9 hbhd
do 9 hf do 69 bra do Schwal,acher & 11lrsch-29 pkgs
castings Kurshoedt & iienve,.u---li bdls iron D (
McCan & lion-12 ice lard Wid,ýw B Reibl--O boxes
pipes 8 Hernsheim & Bro-100 bza soap C A French
-1 car wagons Bodley Bros--H bbls apples Boeadlee.
Wood &co-8 casks bacon C H Dolsen--10 o , I K
Converse-- 5 tieices hams V D Barr--r--5 do W HI
Matthews & Ilro-20 hhds Iwoon Barstow & )eeves
-19 do 179 bblts ork Miller, Dolhonle &co--l(lO bis
lime W P Converse Jr &ro-100 bblde grits T'I' White
-112 pikgs rope D I tanlett &cot--le pkgs beer' (
Yalets-105 do E Vor.ter--157 pkgs sundries 7 bbla
whissv G A Whitney &no----l iosw Staunf r, Mac
ready &co-51 tierces hams Schwabacher & Hirscoh
I bx books F F Hansell- 1 bbl whidky V Fuchs
sundries to order
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD.
Sept 19--andries to order
Memoranda.
By Telegraphb.
New York, September 19, 1877.
To A Moult n
The steamship Hudson, Capt Gager, arrived at
early this morning
New York, September 19, 1877.
To Chas A Whitney & co
The steamship Morgan City. Capt Road, arrived at
6 o'clock last night. All well.
BOGERT & MORGAN.
LIST OF VESSELS
Up, Oleared and Sailed for New Orlease.
SEPTIMBER 20, 1877.
NeW YORK.
Stearmhip Gon Whitney............o..ld Sept 19
Steamship Algiers, Hawthorn ........ aid Sept. 15
bteamabip New Orleans Dearborn. ....ald Sept 15
Bark Bridgenort, Morgan.............old Aug 27
Bark Endeavor, Mountfort............aid Aug 8
Bark Halcyon, Hardie................aid Juno22
Schr John Mo dam, Smith............ old Sept 6
PHILADELPHIA.
Schr F J Collins. Townsend...........ld Aug 21t
Schr Elizabeth Edwards, Dolbow......cld Sept 5
BATH ME.
Ship Virginia, Hooker....' ...........ld Aug 18
LONDON.
Ship L L Sturges, Linnekin..........eld Aug 1
Bark Oxford, Chrisman ..............aid Aug 7
Bark Bengal, Loring................a..d Aug 31
LIVERPOOL.
Steamship City of Bristol ............ld SApt 8
Steamship Brrusaia, Williams... .... lid An? 255
Stamhebip Alice Otto, Hlugheen.......old Aug 294
Steamship Oberon. Campbell........aid Aug 4
Ship Colonial Empire, Manson........ sl Sept 8
Ship F'r:ja, Morgin ................old Aug 24
Ship Her Majesty, Lhy ...... .....pld Sept 1
Ship Lizzie Perry, Pitman............laid Aug 20
Ship Adorno, Hawhins ...............aid uog 22
Ship Lizzie Perry, Pittmanu...........old Aug 15
Ship Minnie Gerow, Gerow.......... aild Aug 7
Ship Landeur, Knowles................l aid Aug 10
Shin Western Empire, Groz'er........ald Aug 16
ShipJ A Thomson, Thomson...........eld July 27
Sbip Ste Genevieve Strickland. Post..sld July 2S
Ship Importer, Snu derland............aid Aug 13
Bark Alabama, Brownell.............e ld Aug 21
Bark Lino, Busaeenich.................old Aug 20
PLYMOUTH.
Ship Agnes Sutherland, Sutherland.,. ald Sept 5
Ship Sandusky, Lowden ..............ald July 19
GREENOCK.
Ship B Hilton, Hilton................ aeld July 96
Ship Paul Boynton, McMullen........ old .July
Ship Regina, Corninn................aid Aug 9
HULb.
Bark Alfa, Malatesta.............aid Sept 8
Bark Prinsesaen, Anderson............said Aug 15
(GLOU(CERTER
Ship Union, Greenlearf........ .......old Aug 30
HIRISTOL
Ship S Vaughan, Porter ...............ld Sept 11
HAVRE.
Steamship Oberon. Campbell..........sld Aug 20
Ship Ma aura Hoemer................ aid Aug 11
Ship Expounder. Crocker............eld Aug 24
Ship Kentucklan, Monely............aid Aug 13
Ship D W Chapman. Tukey.... . sld July 91
Ship Geo Hurlhut, Mason.............ald July 31
Ship Melrose, Neill.............:.....aid Aug 3
Ship Louise, Bull ......................aild Aug 3
8hi0 Louisiane, Equay..... ........aid Aug 1
Ship Scotia, Baker...................eld Aug 17
Ship Nanqu m I)ormlo, Conesins ......ld Aug 17
Bark N S Pedersen................. aild Aug 15
BORDRAUX.
Bark Karsten Langaard, Jaoobsen.... lld Aug 29
Mark Uhstarina Coruola................ald inlv 16
Bark Eclyptique, Cozrel............. ald July 21
Bark Leopold et Marie, Lescally.....ide May 28
SBohr Melville Bryant, Buckley........aid Aug 8
oLAesOW
Ship Transit, Percy...................ld July 30
8HIELDB, ENO,
Bark Prenuse.........................eld June 14
ROUERI
Bark Gee W Sweeney, Hewett ...... ldJune 2
ANTwERIi'.
Ship Marcia C Day, Cate.... . ....... ald 'ept 5
Bark Pomona, Jonaasen .............ald Aug 1
MARBEIILER.
Bark Itasca, Cotton................... aid Aug 7
Brig Aurora, Measina ............. Idg.Tunei26
Brig Main ('eleate, Fevola............laid Aug 2
Buig Aurora, Mesuina................ aeld Aug 25
BREMEN.
Ship Conetantia. Knehiken............ ld Sept 3
Ship Friedrich, Buggeman........... aid Aug 1
Bark Gustav and Oioar, Hrtmnan.....aid Aug 2.,
Bark Alamo, Brnd.rhausen....... . haid .ulv:l
Brig Maria Celeste, Fevola ..... .........ld Ang 2
Balk Constante, Ivancich.............sld July 5
RIO DR JANEIRO
Sam Wellor, D",wner..... ...........ad Aug 5
Brig Vi.tLoria, PeieR.ou ............... ald Aug 10
Bark Veritas, Murray ................old Aug 11
CARTIIA(IGNA.
Bark Octavia..........................aid Aug 15
ARENDAL.
Bark Rabu.. ..... . ..............aid Aug 25
RIHARP'NPESR .
Ship Union, Greenlea ................aid Aug 30
REVEL.
Shin Saranak, Wood.................al.l Aug 18
COMMERCIAL TRANSIT COMPANY.
Be it known, that on this noth lday of A ugust, A.
D. 1877, at a general meeting of the stockholders
of tbe Commercial Transit Company, convened
for the purpose of making any modifications.
additions or changes in their act of incorporra
tion, in accordance with the eighth article there
of, and also article (87 of the Revised Statutes of
the State of Louisiana. the holders of one hun
dred shares of the capital stock of said company
being represented in person or by proxy, the
same being the entire amount of the capital
stock of said company, it was unanimously
Resolved. That the first article of the :at of
incorporation, which now reads as follows;
1. Thn name and title of thlb corporation shall
t " COMMERCIAL TRANSIT COMPANY." and
the "eitv of New Orleans is chosen as the place
of its dormitl.e,"
Ie modilted and changed so as to read as fol
lows. to wit:
1. The uime and title of the corporation shall
he "NEW III,E,\AN-4 BELT RAILROAD CAIM
I'ANY." mid lIthe itly of New Orleans is ehos4en
as the Pi c t'lite of lIas domnicile.
,\AIOLPHE SCH( EI&I[Elt.
Per pro Ernest L. Forstall.
I,. J. .HIGBY,
WILLIAM H. OSBOIIN,
iP'r plro W. Alex. Gordon.
'JAMES F3MOTT,
IPr 'ro WV. Alex. Gordon.
'I ;YVES,NT'' FISII.,
Per lro, w. Alex. Gordon.
C. F. ('(CNIt1\.
.1 \MES . ('I1IlIKE.
WV. ALEX. (GOIIDON.
I. the iullrsigned IRecorder of blrtglages in
and fir tlhe parish of Orleans. State, of Iouisi
ana. do hereby certify that the foregoing modi
fleation in the naot of incrlorration was th!i dlay
duly recorded in my office., acccrding to law, in
book 152 folio 154.
New Orleans. Septemtsr 7. 1877.
J. G. Ri('HARDSON.
Deputy lRecorder.
A true copy;
R. S. CHARLES. Secretary.
s se916 ~ 30 oc7
RAILaROADS.
pONTCHABTBAIN RAILWAY
Depot at the head of Elysian Fields street, near
the Levee, Third District.
Excursion to or from the Lake and return
same day, o2 cents. Children under twelve
years. Io ('nts.
Trains will leave as follows:
From the City. From the Lake.
5 o'clock ........a. 7 o'clock .......a. m.
7s o'clock ........a. m. As o'clock ........a. m,.
9 o'clock ........a. m 10i o'lock ....... a m.
e10 o'clock .......a. m. 11i o'clock .......a. m.
12 o'clock ........ m. 1i o'clock .....---.. m.
2 o'clock ........ .. . 2 o'clock ........p. m.
3 o'clock ........p.m. s3 o'clock ......... m.
4 o'clock ........ .m. 4'r o'clock o......p. m.
5 o'clock ......p. m. 5 ' o'clock ........ m.
o o'clock ......p.m. 4. o'elock ....... o.m.
7 o'clock ....... n. m. 7' o'clock ........p.m.
8 o'clock ....... p.m. RX, o'clock ......... m.
9 o'clock ........p. m. 9' o'clock .......p. m.
10 o'clock ...... p. m. loY o'clock ........p.m.
On Stiunday the trains will he run every half
hour from 2 o'clock p. m. On Sunday morn
Ings the trains leave the city at 5 o'clook for the
accommodation of sportsmen.
Passengers for Oentilly must notify the con
ductor prior to the departure of train.
aul '77 iy D. B. ROBINSON. Receiver.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE. -
PASSBBENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTS p
NORTH AND EAST. n
Reorganized for the summer of 1877.
Working out of New Orleans via the N. O,. and 1
M. R. R., and presentingthe following attractive
lines to the attention of all North-bound Tour- "
ists and Travelers: V
Route Noe. 1-All Rail.
Via Montgomery, Columbus. Macon, Augusta, a
Wilmington, ttichmond.
Os 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 Augusta, with
Pullman Sleeping Cars attached at Macon for
Wilmington.
Through train Wilmington to Richmond and A
New York with Elegant Parlor Cars attached to a
Richmond-thence Pullman Sleeping Cars to
New York.
ALL CHANGES AT SEASONABLE HOURS
AjD) INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY
VENTILATED CARS. b
Route No. 2-Day Line.
Over the same lines to Wilmington as by Route
No. 1. Thence by Special Parlor Oars to Ports- d
mouth. Va. Thence, at 5:30 p. m. daily (except t
Sunday), by the magnificent steamers of the
BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by New York t
Express, arriving in New York at 2:0o5 . m. (
A sixty-nine hours' run-only seven hours in
excess of all rail time, with the advantage of an I
undisturbed night's rest and superior accom
modations upon the Chesapeake Bay.
Route No. 8-The Old Dominlen Line.
The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports- -
mouth as Itoutes I and 2. Thence. on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 p. m. by the
magniflcent sidewheel 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. Speed and
Comfort.
Passengers should leave New Orleans Satur.
(lays, Mondays and Thursdays to connect close
ly with this Line.
For Tickets, Checks, Time Cards arn, 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.
i, W. FOWLER Now Orleans Agent, corner St.
Charles and bommon streets. my4 tf
GREAT JACKS4ON ROUTE
NEW ORLEANS. ST. LOUIS ANJD OHIGAOQO
BAILBOAD LINES.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINB,
will depart and arrive as follows: from Oallion
streel depot from July 15, 1877:
DEPABT. ARnITV
Express No.1.5:o0p. m. I Express No. S.10:80 a.Lm
Express No. .6:15a. m. I Express No.4. 8:15 pm
Nos. I and 2 run daily, 8 ana 4 daily exoept
Sunday.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
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 Duuuoin for Chicago.
Accommodation trains between New Orleans
and McComb City:
Leave New Orleans 8:30 p. m. Saturday; and
7:80 a. m. Sunday.
Arrive 9:60 V. m. Sunday, and 9:30o a. m. Mon
Tickets for sale and Information given at s9
Camp street, corner Common. under City Hotel.
A. D, SHELDON. agent.
J C. CLAnxa,
Vice President and.General Manager. mho
THE NEW ORLEANR AND MOBILE RAIL
1 ROAD-MOBILE LINE
TIHE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO THE
EAST, NORTH AND WEST.
Via Louisville via Atlanta andl via St. Louis.
CAlRRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Trains arrive and depart from Depot, foot of
Canal street, as follows:
DEPART. | ARRIVE,
Express .....7:,5 a. m. I Express...... :)a. m.
Express.... 5:(o p. m. Express.... 9:30 p. m.
Uopst (nitar- Const (Mon
Ilay only) 3:15 p.m. 'llv y llyv) 9:20a.m.
Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati,
Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis, Washington,
Baltimore and Phliladlphia without change
and only one charge to New York and Eastern
cities.
Ticket offils, corner of Camp and Common
street, opposititu ity 1(1t3l.
r ). BL. ROBINSON, Ruperintendent.
mh2 tf J. W. COLEMAN, Tickot Agent.
JAMES D. EDWARDS,
(Successor to Daniul and J. D. Edwards.)
STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AND ENGIN
EERS' SUPPLIES,
d Manufacturer of the most improved
STEAM TRAINS FOR MAKING SUGAR,
And every description of
V Copper, Brass and Sheet-Iron Work.
Dealer in Iron Pipe and Fittings for Steam,
Water or Gas: ; Brass and Iron Valves; Cocks;
SOil (Globes; Steam and Water Gauges; Boiler
Tubes; Bolts andl Nuts; Punched Nts; Log
Screws Washers; Rivets; Cistern. Well and
. Force lumps:Brass and Iron Wire Cloth: Rub
bd her, Lubricating and Hem Packing; Rub
b her Hose; Beltlng;: Lurlicating, Lard. Signal,
Linseedl and Headlight Oils; White Lead: Cot
Ston Waste; Cotton Stem Packing; Gas Pipe
Stocks and Dies; Pipe Cutters;: Tongs;
Wrenhn.s: Pipe Vises; Jack Screws; Flue
SBrushes; Fluel Scrapers,ote.
Agent for the
CAMERON nPECIAL STEAM PUMP
-For
PUMPING JUICE AND SUPPLYING BOILERS.
Send for Price List.
JAMES D. EDWARDS.
as. 24. 26 and 28 Front and 21. 23. 25 and 27 Delta
strot. New Orleans. 1021'77 1y
NEW ORLEANS LAGER BEEL
CASPAR LUSSE,
NWes. 46 and 475 Chartres Street,
In Announces to the proprietors of BEE
SALOONS, and to the pDulic, that having com
pleted his immense apparatus for manufao
LEuring BEER.
aHe is ureared to sell the same AT A LOWEB
PL1OE than auy tcher HOME-MADEARTI
CLE, and of as o.. xaality as any similar arti
clo produoed is the United States. mhzl m
TEXAS.
MORGAN LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIIIS.
The following low-pressure Iron Steamships
form these lines:
HARLAN 1 i. HARRIS. W. G. HEWES,
MORGAN, JOSBEPHINE. ST MARY
GUSSIE WHITNEY HUTCHIN'SON.
CLINTON CITY OF NORFOLK.
ARANSAS. now building.
Plyina from Morgan City, in connection with
Morgan s Louisiana and Texas Railroad.
t For Ilndianola, fla Galveston
MONDAY and THURSDAY.
Through bills lading signed to Houston and
to all points be ond on the Houston and Texas
Central and G. H. and S. A. R. R., International
and Great Northern Railroad, via Clinton, and
the Texas Transportation Company,
Freight charged as per new card rates.
San Antonio freights received and forwarded
via Galveston. Houston and San Antonio Rail
way and Clinton.
For Brazos Santiago
The iron steamer
I. C. HARRIS
Will leave Morgan City on
- September -, 1877.
Lighterage at Brazos iantlago at risk and ex
pense of consignees.
Freight received for and bills lading signed
only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande Railroad.
as per new tariff, less a per cent, until further
notice.
Freight payable in gold.
SFor Corpus Chlristi, F.lton and
St. Mary's. via Rockport-The iron
steamer ST. MARY,
Will leave Morgan City on
-. September -. 1877.
Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at risk
and expense of consignees.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at
Bock port.
Freight for all the above points received at the
Depot Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad,
foot of Lafayette street. daily, until 5 p. m.
PASSENGEB AND MAIL ROUTE.
For Galveston. Houston and Indlianola.
Passengers take Railroad Ferryboat foot of St.
Ann street, at 7:ae 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 Indlanola.
SATURDAY for Galveston and Houston.
First class fare to Shreveport 12--Time, 45
hours.
Excursion tickets for the round trip to Gal
veston and return, good for thirty days, Issued
fit $21.
Tickets and staterooms secured until a. 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 offioe
to the principal points on the Houston Texas
Central Railroad, on the International and
Great Northern Railroad, and Texas and Pacifie
Railroad.
o. A. WHITNEY & 00.. Agents,
lel ly Corner Magazine and Natchez sts,.
I.NEw YORK AND PHsILADELPmIA.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
MORGAN LINE STEAMSHIPS. I
The following Al Iron Steamships I
form this line
LONE STAR, ALGIERS,
N EW YORK, MORGAN CITY, i
ELLA KNIGH". AGNES.
GEN. WHlITNEY.
The Iron Steamship
LONE STAR,
will leave Algiers
- , Hptember -. 1
GEN. WHITNITY,
SUNI)AY, Hptembr r 2:,
Connecting at New York with steamships ELLA
KNIGH ±' and AGNES for Philadelphia.
INSURANCE TO NEW YORK %.
Frdight for the above port received atthe depot
of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, foot
of Lafayette street, daily until 6 p. m.
for freight a py to
oHAS. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents.
jelly Cor, Natchez and Magailne streets.
HAVANA.
FOR HAVANA, CEDAR KEYS AND KEY
WEST.
UNITED STATES M IlL LINE.
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
The first-class steamship
MARGERET,
Baker, Commander.
will leave wharf opposite Jackson Square
TUESDAY, September 4, at 8 P. M.
Passage rates to Havana, t0o; Excursion tick
ets, $60.
Passage rates to Jacksonville, $20, including
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading lssued to all points in
Florida.
For Freight or passage apply to
I. K. ROBERTS, 120 Common street,
Over Louisiana National Bank.
The steamship EMILY B. SOUDER follows
on the - . my6 ly
FLORIDA.
FOR WARRINGTON, PENSACOLA AND
MILTON.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
The following flrst-lass Al steam
ships will sail for the above ports as
follows:
ALABAMA,
M. J. Paurta. master,
Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 8 i. m.
AMITE,
Joseph F. Boyle, master,
Leaves , -
The above steamers will leave as above, oppo
site Jackson HSluare. Secondl District.
For freight or passag~ ajply on board or to
a. .tfM. San ORIA, Agent,
u15 tf 18 and 20o Union street.
BRF.MEN.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW OR
LEANS, VIA HAVRE, SOUTH
AMPTON AND HAVANA.
The steamships of the North Ger
man Lloyd will resume their Regular Trips
next fall, as follows:
From Breman. From New Orleans.
HANNOVEII, Sept. 12 about Oct. 14.
FRANKFURIT, Oct. I0 about Nov.11.
These stoeamers touch outward at Hlavre and
Havana. and on their home trip at Havana and
bouthampton.
PRICES OF PASSAGE:
From Bremen. Southampton or Havre to Ha
vana or New Orleans-Cabin, $150 (gold); Steer
rol Neow O)rleans to Southampton, Havre or
Brremnn-Calin. Sir,1 (gcld); Steerage, 545 (gold).
From New Orleans to Havana-Cabin. $35
(gold ): Stteerage. $15 (gold).
Children iu dr ten years, half orice; "hil
dren unlder one year, freeo.
The company re.s'rv-s the right to change the
route of the ttnlmcer.s. their adlvert is(l days of
departlure and the pri,','s of pIassage
I'a~Hsge tie.kets from Brrrnmn, Southampton
or Havre to Now Orleans issued by the under
siKned.
For furthoer pn.rtionlar apply to
El). . TOCKMEYEII & CO.. Agents.
au31 Iy 42 Union street,
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOHh HANSEN
3S and 35 Canal street, New Orleans.
TO ALL SOUTHERN OCITIZENS.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves and
am determined to help build up the manufac
turlng interest of our native State in order to
help the labor ng classes and keep the money
which would otherwise go to the North, at home.
About a year ago I started my Factc ry, and by
using the best material and payina my hands
promptly, I have been enabled to extend my
business and support Soo women and children
that would have otherwise left the State. In
order still to Increase my Factory. I would
a earnestly call upon the merchants, not only of
the city but of the whole country, to give me
- thir ah and enooaragement,. an see me.
STEAMbOATS.
OPELOUSAU.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leave every SATURDAY at sBp.m
eae FORI WAHHINGTbN OPEWU
l as, Port Barre. Simmsport, Church
ville, and all landings on the Coast
afalapa river and Bayou Courtableau-Tbe
very light draft eassenRgr tanamer
oi M*UNvFLOWER.
A. P. Trousdale, Master; J. B. Schmidt. clerk;
will positivoly leave as above. For freight or
passage apply on board or to
HITE & CARLIN, Agents,
No. 4 Tchoupitoults street,
Connets at Little Devil with steamers Creole
and Minnie. autl
RIEGULAR OPELOUrHA PACKET.
Leaves THURSDAY, 'Scpt. 20. at p m.
SFOR WAHIIINtI ON, OP'ELOU
i sas, Port Barre, Himmnp'ort. Church
ville, and all landings on the Coast.,
Atlhafalaya river and Bayou Uourtableau-The
new and light draft, st amor
BERTHA,
H. H. Broad master. Theo. Jobin clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage at
ply on board, or to
BIIITTON & EPPLER, 51 Oravier street.
B. W. ADA MS, 21 Comm'rcial Place.
Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole
and Minnie. jan tf
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVEB
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND MONROE
WeeklF Ouaelita City U. 5. Dail Packet.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY. at . m..
SFOR OUACHITA oITY, TEN
ton, Monroe and all town landings
in The steamer
BAMTROP,
(In place of John H. Hanna.l
F. A. Blanks, master. B. G. 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
apt F. A. BLANKS Presideint.
loo. 2 Canal street cornes Delta.
HITE & CABLIN BRITTON & EPPIE.
JAMNEY & WORK. LORD & MoPEAKE, Ag'ts.
P. S.-Has regular connection with all the
tributaries, fell tf
BATOU TECCHE.
PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT
TECHE AND ATCHAFALAYA LINE.
Leaves THURSDAY. oSetember 20, at 5 p. m.
•. ,FOr ST. MARTINVILLE AND I
all intermediate landings on the
Bayou T ehe-The steamer r
WILLIE,
E. B. Trinidad, master. H. Molaison, clerk.
will leave as above, and continue regularly
throughout the season. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
HITE & CARLIN,
solf; No. 4 Tchoupitoulss street.
LOWER COAST'P
NEW SCHEUDLE.
O'PRY LOWElR COAST DAILY LINE.
. 1. LOWER COAST TRI-WEEKLY
passenger packet for Quarantine
station Burns Settlement Pointe-a
la-Hache and all intermediate andings-The
now, safe and fast passenuer steamer
ALVIN,
W. T. lReovell. master
Ienry Kouns and .ohn Estopinal, clerks.
Leaves every TUESDAY. THU RDAY and
SATURDAY at 10:320 . mn. Returning on alter
nate days. eorly in the evening.
For freight or passage apply on board.
I'. S-Has a clerk on the levee during the day
head of Conti street. seo 1tf
LOWER OOAST UNITED STATES MAIL
DAILY LINE I UNDAYS EXCnPTED.)
• . FOR PORT EADS. THE FORTS,
Buras, Quarantine, Pointe-a-la
Hache and way landings-The swift
low-pressure Pullman a. ace steamer
MARTHA.
W. S. Bassett. master,
leaves TUESDAYS and THUHSDAYS at 10
a. m.. BATURDAYS 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 MON)AYS. WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS, at 10 a. m.; returnina alternate days.
Excursion tickets $6 (good on either boat.)
Freights received ldaily at the office foot of
Conti !treet.
P. l.--The Martha goes through the Jetties
out into the Gulf on the Saturday trip. jyl
UPPEIR COAST.
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER CO +BT M. I.
DAILY LINT OF PACKETS.
FOR BItN. TUREAUD'S, ARCEN
nln and all plantation landings.
The stieamer
ERA NO. 10,
(In pltac of Mary Ida.)
Alelde Albert master. Arthur Nicolle,. clrk,
Leaves TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT
URDA YS, at 1o a. m.
The steamer
Alelde Albert masteR. Arthur Nicolle, clerk,
Leaves MONDAYT WEDNESDAYS and FiI
DAYS. at In a. m. b,,th boats return on alter
nate dlays 1and in daylight. For freight or pas
sage apply on board or to
sel W. J. COMAUX, 20 Conti street.
REGULAR TRI-WEEKLY PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at 10 a. m.
SFOR ASHLAND PLANTATION
AAscension parish, Donaldsonvllie
and all coast landings-The fine
side-wheel passenger steamer
BLUE WING NO 3.
J. A. Oomstock 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 apply on board or to
ap22 H. HENO. 19 Conti street.
P. S. All freight delivered in the daytime.
FITS, EPILEPS Y,
-oR
FALLING SICKNESS,
PERMANENTLY CURED-NO HUMBUG--BY
ONE MONTH'4 USE OF DR. GOULARD'S CELE
BRATED INFALLIBLE FIT POWDERS. To
convince sufferers that these powders will do all
we clsim 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
this disease a special study, and as to our knowl
ldge thousands have been PERMANENTLY
CURED by the use of these POWDERS, WE
WILL GUARANTEE A PERMANENT cure in
overy ,sIe 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. 13, or four boxes for $1o,
sent by mail to any part of the United States or
Canada on receiptf price, orby express C. O. D.
Address.
ASH & ROBBINS,
apDs liv $o Fulton street. Broolyr N. Y.
GAS FIXTURES FOR SALE,
Below Now York Wholeasle Prices,
EITHER TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC GEN.
ERALLY.
Also a largo supply of English Pipe Hooks
Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can
he bought, for cash, at less than factory quota
tion's, at aP Camp street.
nr,97 v JSIWM 'l. PIIWVINC. Agcnt.
F. BUSCH,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
No. 23 Commercial Place. New Orleans.
B ELL HANGING, IRON RAILRINGS, AND
General House Work attended to at short
notice and reasonable prices. Also Vaults.
Locks and Copying Presses repaired: inuplicate
Keys of all descrtltions made. Safe repair
lng a specialty m"r '17 17
ITZAXDOATS.
suB RIVER.
led River and Texas.
NEW ORLEANS AND RD D RIVER TRANK.
PORTATION COMPANY, AND TEA PA
CIFIC RAILWAY AND CONNEOTIONS,
Through bills of lading and througnh p -
ger tickets to all landings on Red River, and all
railway stations in Texas. The best route to
Hot Springs.
The following splendld and fast steamers
composing the line will leave as advertised be.
low:
e R.lle Maria Louise. Texas.
O. H, Durfee, (Il. A. P- Kouns. Lotus No. 8.
W. J.9 ba ...,, Bonnlo Lee. Dawn
FOR SHIREVEPORT. J
son, Hot Hprings, and all land
ings on Red River and railWaylr
stations in Texas.
FOR SHRKEVEPORT AND JEFFERSON.
W. J. Behan. G(,lo. Wilkinson, master,
Leaves SATURDAY, Sept. 22, at 5 p. m.
No wbarfboat charges. drayage or commissoll
will be charged at month of ed RiBlver. or a
New Orleags. In forwarding freight oonsignei
to the oom any by bill lading.
For treight or passage apply on board e
poata or at the office of the corn y. o.
Gravfer street. J08.
HITU O LABo RT&rT
WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKETS.
FOR GRAND ECORE. MONT.
goomery, Alefxandria, Norman's Bar
bin's and way landings-The steam.
ers
TEXAN,
Ben Kay. master.
Leaves WEDNESDAY Sept. 1r at 5 p. m.
C. H. DIIRI'PE,
(In placn of the New Bart Able.)
Richard Slanott. master.
Leaves every SATURtDAY. at 5 p. m.
Will learv as above. hor freight or p age
apply on board or to B. W. ADAMS.
au.3 No. 21 Commercial Place.
IAYOU NARA.
REGULAR SBMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA
ANDi COAST PACKET.
S FO BAYOU SARA. WATERwLOO, : ,
rermitee, Port Hudson, Batoi
Rouge. Plaquemine and way land
ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
OUACHITA BELLE,
(Representing new boat building),
John C. Libano, master. John H. Mossop clerk
Leaves as above every WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at 5 p. m.. commencing as soon as
repairs are finished. aiud
BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PAOCKTL
STR. GOV. ALLEN. 8TH. LA BELLE,
John J. Brown Master. A, DgM a
SFOIL BAYOU SARA. WA RL
Hermitage. Port Hujson. Lobdoell
o Store, Baton Rouge. Plaquemine.
and postoffice landings
Mteamer .Ov. Allen,
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at s a
Steamer La Belle,
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at ep
Commencing early in September.
For freight or passage appy on boar tj
No. 4 ThouNNYtoula srBeg.
jyra tf No. o10 Common street.
VIKMSBURe..
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TUESHIAY at 6 p. m.
j FOR VICKSBURG. NATOHg.
Davis' Bend and intermediate land
Ings-The steamer
ROBERT IE. LEE,
William Ca'rptxll. master.
A. McVay and John H. Mossop, clerks,
leaves as above, connect ing at Vicksburg with
Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo, Sun
flower. Deer Creek and 'Iallahatbhie.
I. W. ADAMS,
JANNEY & WORK.
HITE A CARLIN, Agents.
Will give through bills of lading to Trenton.
Monroe, and all stations on the Vicksbu g.
Shreveport and Texas Rail- - 'l via Delta, .
W. B. BROUCKT'r, Agent,
del21 3 Magazine street.
UNITED BTATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every THUR.sDAY at 6 v. m.
FOR ARKOI'OLIS, GREENVILLE,
Vicksburg and the Bends-The fine
and fast passenger packet
FRANK PARGOUD,
J. M. White master. C. Holmes clerk,
Will leave as above, connecting at Vicksburg
with the "'Parisot Line" for all points on Yazoo
and Tallahatchie rivers. For freightor passage
apply on board, or to
JANNEY & WORK,
R. W. ADAMS,
BROCKE i'1' & CARTER,
Through Bills of Laduing glven to Trenton.
Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and Texas Railro.,l. Also to all points on
Arkovolis and Pine Iluff Railroad.
mh27 BItOCKETT & CARTER.
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATUE
MAIL PACKERT.
Leaves every SATURDAY, st 5 p. m.
FOR VIC(KSBUtG. DAVIS' BEND
Natchez and all intermediate land
ings-The passenger packot
NA ACIv Ez,
T. P. Leathers mastes J. F. Muse clerk,
connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo. Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Cairo and
St. Lou is.
This boat reserves the right to pass all land
ings that the Capt' in may ,r nsider unsafe.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
JANNEY & WORK, .~t Common street.
HITE & CARLIN 4 Tlhoupit,,.o.A street.
Will give through bills of lading toTFronton.
Monroe, and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and Texas Railroadl, via Delta, La.
W. B. BIOCKETT, Agent,
my, 38 Magazine street.
LAFOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
Leaves every TUEHDAY and HATURDAY.
L The fine passenger steamer
ELLA HUGHER,
Joe Dalferes marster. E. Nicolle clerk,
Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at 5 p. m..
and SATURDAY at t5 p,. Returning. IWaves
Donaldsonville every FRIDAY and MONDAY
morning.
For freight or passage apply on board.
P. H.-A clerk always on landing. head of
Conti street, to rene~ve freight. eel
TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND
COAST PACKET.
Loeave every TUESDAY at in a. m., THUB&
DAY aend 8ATUItDAY at 12 m.
AMeP TEN NEW PABRENGERSBTEAMES
HENRY TETE,
J. F. Ancoin master, M. H. Landry clerk.
Pays particular attention to way busmess, and
returns down the Coast, leaving Donaldsonville
fvery Wedni srday, Friday and Hunday at 5. a.
m. For freight or passage apDpl on hborr, or
to B. BIVET.
lto Decatur street.
P. 8.-Tands all Coast passengers and frelght
in daylight.
BATON ROUGE.
1REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
L.aves every MONDAY at 5 p. m,, and FRIDAY
at 12 in..
SJOHN H. HANNA,
(In plaue of St. John.)
.1. P. McElroy, mnast-r. J. (. Jfrrgeron and F. V
(Cllos. clerks.
Leaves as above for Trlon Rogem. Plrunue
oilno, Donaldsonville 1to 0 all carat ld dl nge
returning every 8UNIAY rand WIDNESDAt
EVENIN(GH.
For freight or I)m.nFl.4 fIr'T)ly on board or to
kfn E O. Mt· l ,,\N r;:O*. :12 li-nville at.
DENTISTRY.
J. B. WALKER, D. D. .,
No. 18 Delrd l treOt,
Latest Improvements and best styles of both
Operative and Mechanical Dentistry at ma
Moderate Prices. ontour l, iuns a spealatl

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