Newspaper Page Text
AND TRADERIW INUBU.
ANCK COMPANY, e: 1. 14 Carondelet Street. I: 6MR ANNUAL, RTATEMNE~T. New ORLEANR, Boptember 29. 1877. formity with Article 12 of the Charter, pany makes the following statement of zmo for the year ending August 31,1877: premiums ........ .....111,68 42 premium ........... 40,894 s! e pmiums ..... 12,073 22 premiums, Aug. .i .t- . ... ... 40,000 00-5204,041 23 oet unearned pre 1Ui, 3 Aug. 31. 1577 . 40,0') 00 e.d premium s 3,0197 41- $43,:,07 41 at earned premiums .............$1.61,43 82 louses -.......44,952 88 looses ... 18.8s9 Slosses .... 4,961 n .'t).dlosses. 8.00 00 o-76,833 72 S tranceO 17,814 49 i 5 Cent 10,175 19 bnd license 4,190 (X, ........ 29,157 47- 01,6027 15 $t:19,48) 87 Interest ....... . 9.439) 416- $94.030 21 * ' ..l.t..... .... $62,513 61 :AB3ETS. l oeivable for premiums and on pledge ....... ....... .7.Ool 1or - . . ................ ..... . 15.483 78 i.is in course of collectionn ... 16.927 58 in bank. Insurance and other bonds, etc ............. ....... ,494 92 . ste-.............. ....... 11 69 4 otl................. ... ..... 49,315 42 T.1. ............................. ... $623,221s oan above statement is a true and correct pt from the books of the company. LLOYD t. COLEMAN, President. A. WHITE, eecretary. SHTATE or LOt.sIANA, City of New Orleans. to ind subscribed before me. notary this twenty-ninth day of September, 1877 EDGAB GRIMA, Notary Public, )I.trd of Trustees, at their annual meet haiLd on the 24th inst., resolved to pay 10 O. t interest on paid in capital, and do tWenty per cent dividend on earned pre both of which will be paid on full paid , ad credited on stock notes in part paid id after the twenty-second day of October TRUBTEEi. Allison. G. P. Harrison. . Alitn, J. Davidson Hill. . Ater, M. Johnson, Bloom, Robt. L. Moore,. * Braselman, II. J. Mullan, Bod. John Meyers, D., Cbb, Edward Nalle. Campbell. Emile J. O'Brien. Cashing, M. Poeifer, It. Coleman. D. L. Ranlett, .,bary. CGo. W. oentoll, la8. Coons. W. B. Thompson, Prankenbush, C. W. Wood. Gerson, Fred Wing, Gibert. T. S. Waterman, S ACITO)RS AND TtrADERS' (SURANCE COMPANY, ... ...Car etet -ttreet ............ Paid up Capital, $1,000,000. April 80, 1877, $1,282,908 66. POLICIES COVERING FIBE, RIVER AND MARINE RISKS -AT- LOWEST TARIFF RATES. A. PALFREY, President. 3NO. CHAFFE, Vice President. THOS. F. WALKER, Secretary. I. Noble. T. Lytt. Lyon, a* Ohaffe. Samuel H. Boyd, Milliken, Joseph McElroy, . Watrren, Wm. J. Behan. . T. Buckner, B. F. Eschleman. '1 Friedlander. Wm. C. Black, A. Yates, Chas. Chaire. I 1k I. Adams, L. C. Jurey, Bcherck. Wm. Hartwell. .M. Walmeley. C. J. Leeds. A. May. A. T. Janin. H. Snowden. Jos. Bowling. A. M. Bickham. s01 HOTELS. - CHARLES HOTEL D proprietor of the ST. CHARLES HIOTEL m this date, reducce his prices and would families and others making arrange for the winter to examine his superior modations. try merchants and planters will find this n epectally suiod to their patronage. elevator being attached to the house. ONT HOUSE, at and Church Streets, veston, Texas. BISSA &d ORFILA, Lessees. ly of the Grand Southern HoteL) Palace Hotel of Galveston. elegant Hotel. lately completed. 11OTNOV OPCE31 -FOB THE MMODATION OF THE PUBLIC built at a cost of $too.0oo, it will be first in every respect. with all the latest lm. eoe. ELEVATOBS. ELECTBC ANNUN .etc. -wrrg R0035 ON EVERY FLOOR. therefore take pleasure in soliciting ANCE OF THE PATRONAGE by the commercial men to the late Sbnthern Hotel SBISA & ORFILA. Lessees, Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel aIs,- . Ja. Chief Clerk. yr2 sm THE CONTI VERANDAH, Thromughly Renovated, oen on WEDNESDAY. Septembert 5. theaccommodation of guest,, both per as well asetranent, and hone for a con of patronage so liberally best, wed in years. as no pains will be spared to meet of Dpublic atronage. Terms rea OH. GECKIS, Proprietor. " DENTISTRY. WALKER, D. D. S., 2lr95 kb· klp h REltltOVAIL,. .E WVA1OVVImI V .. 0- TO OUR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS, FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC. --o-- Having leased for a term of years the large and beautiful store in the MORESQUE BUILDING, forming the corner of Camp and Poydras streets, we will take possession of th same during the MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, -with one of the- LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS -OF FVRNIT R , EVER OFFERED TO THIS COMMUNITY. CONSISTING OF PARLOR, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY, HALL AND OFFICE FURNITURE OF EVERY STYLE, DESIGN AND QUALITY. FINE FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS. AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COMMON FURNITURE, OF EVERY GRADE AND PRICE. -0-- In the meantime we will REDUCE OUR PRICES on our stock in Armory Hall to obviate the expense of moving. Parties wishing to take advantage of this reduction should call before we move. Thanking the Public for their generous patronage during many years past, we hope by striot attention to business and upright dealings, to merit a continuance of the same in our new quarters. R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY. N. B.-We will RETAIN ARMORY HALL for our AUCTION MART. mha tf RAILROADS. FVHE NEW ORLFA N AND MOBILE BAIL -. NROAD-MOBILE LINE- - THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO THE EAST, NORTH AND WEST. Via Louisville via Atlanta and via St. Louis. V CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. Trains arrive and depart from Depot, foot of Canal street, as follows: DEPART. ABRIIVE. Express ......7:45 a. m. Express...... 9:00a. m. Express.....5:oo00 p. m. Express.... 9:o p. in. Coast (Satur- Coast (Mon day only) 8:15. mi. day only) 9:20 a. 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. Ticket office, corner of Camp and Common street, opposite City Hotel. D. B. ROBINSON. Superintendent. mh2 tf J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent. pONTCHARTRAIN RAILWAY Depot at the head of Elysian Fields street. near the Levee, Third District. Excursion to or from the Lake and return same day. 20 cents. Children under twelve years 1to cnte. Trains will leave as follows: From the City. From the Lake. - o'clock ..,-...a. m. 7 o'clock . ........ am. 70 o'clock ........a. m. % o'clock .......a. m. 9 o'clock .....n.. m. 10 o'clock........ m. 10% o'clock ......a. m. 11% o'clock ... ...a. m. 12 o'clock ........ i. 1 o'clock ..... v.in m. 2 o'clock ........p. . 2Y% o'clock ........p m. 6 o'clock ........p m. K% o'clock ........p.m. 4 o'clock ....... D.m. 4% o'clock ........p. in. 8 o'clock ........ p.m. 5% o'clock " ...... p.m. 6 o'clock ........ p.m. 61 o'clock ........p.m. 7 o'clock ....... p.m. 7% o'clock .......p.m. 8 o'clock ........m. m. 8% o'clock ......... m. 9 o'clock.. p. in. o'clock ........p. m. 10 o'clock .......m. . m.0% o'clock ........ .m. On Sunday the trains will be run every half hour from 2 o'clock e. m. On Sunday morn. inus the trains leave the city at 5 o'clock for the accommodation of sportsmen. Passengers for Gentilly must notify the con. ductor prior to the departure of train. aul '77 ly D. B. ROBINSON. Receiver. THE ATLANTIC COASI LINE. PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. Reorganized for the mummer of 1857. Working out of New Orleans via the N. O. and M. R. B., and presenting the following attractive lines to the attention of all North-bound Tour ists and Travelers: Route No. I-All Rail. Via Montgomery Columbus. Macon, Augusta, Wilmington. tichmond. 61 Hours. New urleans 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 New York, with Elegant Parlor Cars attached to Richmond-thence Pullman Sleeping Jars to New York. ALL CHANGES AT SEASONABLE HOURS AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY VENTILATED CARS. Route No. 3-Bay Line. Over the same lines to Wilmington as by Route No. 1. Thence by Special Parlor Cars to Ports. mouth. Va. Thence, at 5:30 p. m. daily (except Sunday) by the magnificent steamers of the BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by New York Express, arriving in New York at 2:05 p. m. A sixty-nine hours' run-only seven hours in excess of all rail time, with the advantage of an undisturbed night's rest and superior accom modations upon the Chesapeake Bay. Route No. 8-The Old Dominion Line. The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports mouth as lRoutes 1 and 2. Thence. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6:30 p. m. by the manificent sidewheel steamships of the OLD DOMIbION COMPAN , which invariably arrive at their New York wharves at 9 p. m. A through run of 76 hours, combining the essential elements of Cheapness. Speed and Comfort. Passengers should leave New Orleans Satur" days. Mondays and Thursdays to connect close ly with this Line. For Tickets, Checks. Time Cards, andi all in. formation, apply at the offices of the New Or. leans and Mobile Railroad. A. POPE, General Passenger Agent. J. H. WHITE, Southern Passenger Agent. H. W. FOWLERB New Orleans Agent, corner St. Charles and Common streets. my4 tf GREAT JACE.OW ROUTE. NEW ORLEAN, 8T. LOUI AND CHICAGO 2IaIlBOAD LINES. DOUBLE DAILY THROUOH TRAINS, will depart and arrive as follows: from Cailiop street depot from July 15, 1877: Express No. 1.:. op. I Express No. .10:o a.m Ex.press No.6.6:16 a. m. Express No.4. 8:1 pm Nos. 1 and 2 run daily, 3 ana 4 daily except Sunday PULLMAN PALACE BLEEPING CABRS 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 evenings train makes no connection at Duouoin for Chicago. Aceommodation trains between New Orleans and Moomb City: Leave New Orleans 3:ao p. m. Saturday; and 7:10 a. m. Sunday Arrive 9:10 p. m. Sunday. and 9:32 a. m. No. týNe1W itoaafd n ý l COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEON QUETROUZE. OSOAR BOI. QUEYROUZE & BOIS, Whelesale Grocers, DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUOBB And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUOE, As the Biae Stores, Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets. dels 'Ye 1 New Orleans. UWNDERTAKERS. CHAS. 0. JONES. JOHN G. ROCHE, Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & ROCHIE, O50 and 256 Magazine st.. near Delord. Undartakers and Embalmers. All business entrusted to the firm will reoelve prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. Carriages to hir. la sly JAMES D. EDWARDS, (Successor to Daniel and J. D. Edwards.) STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AND ENGII EERS' SUPPLIES, Manufacturer of the most improved BTEAM TRAINS FOR MAKING SUGAR, And every description of Copper, Brass and Sheet-Iron Work. Dealer in Iron Pipe and Fittinas for Steam. Water or Gas; Brass and Iron Valves; Cocks; Oil Globes; Steam and Water Gauges; Boiler Tubes; Bolts and Nuts; Punched Nuts; Log Screws' Washers; Rivets; Cistern, Well and Force Iumps; Brass and Iron Wire Cloth; Rub ber. Lubricating and Hemp Packing; Rub ber Hose; Belting; Lubricating, Lard, Signal, Linseed and Headlight Oils; White Lead; Cot ton Waste; Cotton Stem Packing; Gas Pipe Stocks and Dies' Pipe Cutters; Tongs; Wrenches: Pipe Vises; Jack Screws; Flue Brushes; Flue Sorapers. etc. Agent for the CAMERON SPECIAL STEAM PUMP -For PUMPING JUICE AND SUPPLYING BOILERS. Send for Price List. JAMES D. EDWARDS. s. 24, 26 and 2s Front and 21. 23. 25 and 27 Delta street. New Orleans. je21 '77 ly PREMIUM BONDS ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOB BALE IF SUMS TO SUIT. LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS Purchased by A. LaMOBRE anas No. 5 Gallier Court. CHEAP FOR CASH. In order to make place for GOODS TO AR RIVE SOON I offer my PRESENT STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AT VERY LOW PRICES. E. VINET, fe9 ly 07 Canal. near Rampart. GAS FIXTURES FOR SALE, Below New York Wholesale Prices, EITHERB TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC GEN. ERALLY. Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooks Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can bought, for cash, at less than factory quote - tions, at so Camp street, 1n ,7r JI I iw Q. PLR.WGW. Agent. EQUAL TO THE BEf. -arais Street Steam Brewery SB........ .... a tr... ....S. m• m | TEXAS. MORGAN LINE U. N. MAIL STEAMSHIPS. The following low-pressure Iron Steamships form these lines: MOItAN, JO0EPHINE T.ST AZY. ý RUSSIEN WHITN HUTCHIN'SON. CuLINTON,. CITY O NORFOLKX ARANSAS. now building. Plying from Morgan City. in connection with Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad. For Indianola, via Galvesta- Steamors leaving Morgan City SUNDAY, TUESDAY, TII UR8DAY, connect at Galveston, traus.erring thers to Stoamer CITY OF NOR FOLK both freight and passengers. turough bills lading signed to Houston and to all points beyond on the Houston and Texas Central and G. H. and 8. A, R. R., International and Great Northern Railroad, and Now Orleans and Texas Railroad. via Clinton, and the Texas Transportation Company. Freight charged as per new card rates. San Antonio freights received and forwarded via Clinton and Galveston. Houston and San Antonio Railway. For Brazms Santiago The Iron steamer I. C. HARRIS Will leave on Lighterage at Brazos Santiago 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. Freight payable in gold. For Corpus Cbrlsti, Fuiton and St. Mary's. via Rockport-The iron steamer ST. MARY, Will leave Morgan City on SATUIIRDAY. O'tohbr r. Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at risk and expense of consignees. Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at Rockport. t for all the above points reoeived at the Depot Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, foot of Lafayette street, daily, until 6 p. m. PASSENGER AND MAIL ROUTE. For Salveston. Houston and Indianeola. Passengers take Railroad Ferryboat foot of St. Ann street,at 7:0O a. m.., reaching Morgan City at 11:16 a. m. there connecting with steamers On BUNDAY. On MONDAY. On TUESDAY. Whitney. On WEDNESDAY Harlan. On THURSDAY. Huthinson. On FRIDAY JoseBphln. On SATURDAY. Clinton. First class fare to Shreveport 6L--Time. 46 hours. Excursion tickets for the round trip to Gal veston and return, good for thirty days, issued Tickets abd staterooms secured until 6. 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 offce to the princip al oints on the Houston Texas Central Railroad, on the International and Great Northern Railroad, and Texas and Pacific Ballroad. 0. A. WHITNEY & 00.. Arents. jel ly Corner Magazine and Natchez ste. NEW YORK. MORGAN'8 NEW YORK LINE STEAMSHIPS. The following Al Iron Steamships form this line LONE TAR, ALGIERS, NEW YORK, MORGAN CITY. GEN. WHITNEY. The Iron Steamship LONE STAR, TUESDAY, October s5. INSURANCE TO NEW YORK X Freight for the above port received at the depot of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, foot of Lafayette street, daily until 6 p. m. For freight apjp 1 to CHAr . A. HITNEY & 0O., Agents. jel ly Cor. Natchez and Magazine streets. FLORIDA. FOR WARRINGTON PENSAOOLA AND MILTON. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS. The following first-class Al steam ships will sail for the above ports as follows: ALARAMA[ M. J. Faura, master. Leaves every WEDNESDAY. at 8 a. m. AMITE, Joseph F. Boyle, master, Leaves The above steamers will leave as above, oppo site Jackson Square, Second District. For freight or passage aVdlyon board or to C. 1> SORIA Agent, auli tf is and 2o Union street. HAVANA. FOR HAVANA, CEDAR KEYS AND KEY WEST. UNITED STATES M IlL LINE. LEAVING EVERY WEEK The first-class steamship EMILY B. NOUDER, Footo, Comrnander, will leave wharf opposite Jackson Square TUESDAY, Hoptember 25, at 8 P. M. Passage rates to Havana, $4o:; Excursion tick ets, $so. Passage rates to Jacksonville, $20, including state rooms and meals. Through bills of lading issued to all points in Florida. For Freight or passage apply to I. K. BOBERTB. 12io Common street, Over Louisiana National Bank. The steamship MARGARET follows on the ruy6 ly LIVERPOOL. SEIRRA LINE OF STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW ORLEANS AND LIVERPOOL. DIEGO. . ....1 154 tons .... Capt. Gasanaga. GUILLEIRMO ... 1225 tons ... Capt. Echevarria. FEDERICO .. 1423 tons... Capt. BIldehea. PEDRO ..... .7.5 tons .Capt. Munglei. OAROIINA - l.. .s4 tons .. Capt. Riestra. GRACIA ..... . s - tons... Capt. Arizuma. RITA ............. 559 tons ...Capt. Gortez. JUANA ...... ... 757 tons- .-Capt. Gastanago. The above powerfully built steamships will enter the New Orleans and Liverpool trade dur ing the coming tall. Will receive cotton and sign through bills of lading to any ports of the Continent of Europe. AftThe steamship GARCIA, Ctpt. Arizuma, will sail from her wharf - , For freight and flrst class passage aR.ply to RANGER. FATMAN & CO Agents, oc4 ly 45 Carondelet street. BREIIEN. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD. STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW OR LEANS. VIA HAVRE, SOUTH AMPTON AND HAVANA. _.'.( The steamshi.rs of the North Ger man Lloyd will resume their Regular Trips next fall. as follows: From Bremen. From New Orleans. HANNOVER, Sept. 12 about Oct. 14. FRANKFURT. Oct. io about Nov.11. These steamers touch outward at Havre and Havana. and on their home trip at Havana and Southampton. PRICES OF PASSAGE: From Bremen. Southampton or Havre to Ha vana or New Orleans-Cabin, $150 (gold); CSteer age. $r (gold). From New Orleans to Southampton, Havre or Bremen-Cabin. s150 (gold); Steerage, $45 (gold). From New Orleans to Havana-Cabin, $35 (gold); Steerage, $15 (gold), Children under ten years, half price; chil dren under one year, free. The company reserves the right to change the route of the steamers, their advertised days of departure and the priees of seage. n Psree Uorke l from een nrav to Orlm iýeaneby the u - SihAMUOAM OPELOUBAe. REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves ever ATUDAY at p. W GTON, OPEWJOU sasa, Port Barre. Bimmeport Churoe ville. and all landings on the O t tch alea river and Bayou Courtableau-The very light draft passennnr steamer A. P. Trousdale, Master; J. B. Schmidt, clerk; will positively leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board or to HITE & CARLIN, Agents, No. 4 Tehoup toulas street, Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie. aul9 REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Loaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU sas, Port Barre, Simmsport, Church ville, and all landings on the Coast, Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The new and light draft stoamer BERTHA, H. H. Broad master. Theo. Jobin clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board. or to BRITTON & EPPLER, 81 Gravier street. R1. W. ADAMS, 21 Commercial Place. Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie. jam tf MEMPHIS. MEMPHIS AND BENDS PACKET. LEAVES EVERY OTHERl WEEK. SFOR MEMPHIS. HELENA, TER rence. Arkopolis Greenville, Lake Providence, Vicksburg and tih Bends-The iron steamer (Now finishing at St. Louis.) W. H. Thorwegan, master, (leo. Miltenhorger. clerk. will commence her trips in the trade as above, during the latter part of October, and continue throughout the season. J. B. WOODS & CO., Agents. se27 tf 104 Common street. OUACHITA RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND oUACHITA RIVE NE T RANSPORTATION COMPANY OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND M6NROE Weekly Ouaehlta City U. 8. Mal Paekot, Leaves every WEDNESDAY. at %.m FOR OUACHITA OT I. TEN. ton. Monroe and all town landing S The steRmer JOHN 110WARD. [In place of John H. Hanna.1 F. A. Blanks. master. B. 0. Cornwell. clerk Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the right to refuse any landing except mail land in.s, For freight or passage apply on board, or apt F. A. BLANKS Preeldet, J u N Y& BORK LORD & FMOPEA Ah.A P. 8.-Has regular connection with all the tributaries, fell tf BATON ROUGE. REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY at to a. m. and HATUR+,AY ats. m., Commencing WEDNESDAY. Oct. 1o. . The passenger steamer ST. JOHN, -- Master, -- Clerk. Leaves as abLove for Baton Rouge Plaque mine. Donaldsonvillo and all coast landings re turning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN INGS. For freight or passage apply on hoard or to seos tf E. 0. MELANCON. 32 Bienville st. REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m., and FRIDAY at 12 m.., i t The pcassenger steamer JOHN a. HANNA, J. P. McElroy, master, J. O. Bergeron and F. V Cellos, clerks, Leaves as above for Baton Rouge. Plaque mine, Donaldsonville and all coast landings, returning every SUNDAY and WADNESDAY For freight or passage apply on board or to sel E. 0. MELANION, 32 Bienville LAFOURCHE. BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND LOCKPORT PACKET. TWICE A WEEK. Leaves every TUESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 p. m. SThe fine passenger steamer EkLLA HUGHES, Joe Dalferes master, E. Nicolle clerk, Leaves New Orleans as above. Returning leaves Thlbodaux every MONDAY and FRIDAY. For freight or passage apply on board. P. S.-A clerk always on landing, head of Conti street, to receiv, 'reight. Commencing SATURDAY, October ,. os TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND COAST PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY at 10 a. m., THURS DAY and SATURDAY at 12 m. ~I.- THE NEW PASSENGER STEAUMD HENRY TETE, J. F. Aucoln master, M. H. Landry clerk. Pays particular attention to way business, and returns down the Coast, leaving Donaldsonvllle every Wednf wsay. Friday and Sunday at 5. a. m. For freight or passage apply on hoard or to B. BIVET, 1oe Decatur street P. B.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight in daylight. BAYOU SARA. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SABA AN)' COAST PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY andl SATURDAY at ;5 p. m. Commcning SATUILDAY, Oetober 6. . . FOR BAYOU SARHa. WATERLOO, iermitageo, Port Hudson, Baton Rouge. Pltiquemlne and way land. ings--The fast and splendldpassenger steamer (Representing new boat building), John C. Libano, master, John H. Mossop clerk Leaves as above ever, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board or to IBRIITTON & EPPLER. 12 Gravier st. arll2 LORD & M(PEAKE, 46 Camp street. BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS. STR. GOV. ALLEN, STR. LA BELLE, John J. Brown Master. A. Duga,E Mast L .. FORi BAYOU SARA, WATERL - Hermitage, Port Huoson, Lobdell's Store, Baton Rouge, Planuemine. and postoffice landings Steamer Sov. Allen, Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 p. m. Steamer La Belle, Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 p Commencing early in September. For freight or passage apply on boar", w. HITE & CARLIJ,. No. 4 TchouDitoulas street, JANNEY A WORK, jyal tf No. 0o6 Common street NEW ORLEANS LAGER BEEIL CASPAR LUSSE, eas. 476 and 476 Chartres street, Announces to the proprietors of BEER SALOONS, and to the public, that having com pleted his immense apparatus for manufac arin LAGER BEER, He is Dreiared to sell the same AT A LOWT It PRICE than auy ether HOME-MADE ABRI OL~ and of as goduality as any similar ar i cle rondunced i the Uniteta ts. mhr7 m PH(ENIX HOUSE, No. 96 st. Charles street, (Next door to the Academy of Music.) Opens to-night. Thoroughly refitted and re painted in every department. The most fa mos refreshment house in No v Orleans. ItESTAURAN '. LIQUOR BAR. OYSTER SA LOON. H iWLING ALLEYS, SODA MEAD and CONFECT ONERY DEPARTMENTS. Cin. cinnati LAGER, ice cold. se9 F. BUSCH, GUN AND LOCKSMITH. ao. nd Oommerual Pl Nwed. LBb RIIVER. Red River and Texas. NEW ORLEANS AND RED R[IVB PORTATION COMPANY. AND T AS ? 0IFI0 RAILWAY AND CONNEOTIO Through bills of lading and througbh pse st ger tickets to all landings on Red River, and railway stations in Texas. The best routeW Hot Springs The following splendid and fast stems" composing the line will leave as advertlsedi. low IA . elle. MarlLa Louse. Texas. 0. H, Durfee, (l. A.A. P. ouns, lotus No. a W. J. Be su Bonnie Lee Daw FOR SHIREVEPORT. son. Hot S r tigs, and all ieee . ags on Red River and rall stations In Texas. FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEFFERSON. W..1. Behan. Goo. Wilkinson, master. Leaves SATURDAY, October 8, at p. m. No wharfboat oharges, drayage or y~an ll e charged at mouth of e r. O o ne company by bill lading. - . .... r reht or a p on board s9 or ithee of eo teo tA ILj . sethr street JO n. nKt, at - 1IMa ABJ & WEEKLY ORAND AECOTRE PACKETp . FOR GRAND ECOQE, MONJT. W gomery, Alexandria, Normans a. a bin's and way landings-The PleeP ers TEXAM, Leaves Ben Kay m ter. NTLeaves TT. at S p. in. C. R. DURFER., (In place of the New Bart Able.) Richard elanott, master. Leaves every SATURDAY. at S p. m. Will leave as above. for frell ht or apply on board or to R. W. ADAME. auio No. n1 Commeroial Plaoe VICKSDIJRb. UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY at S p. a, LT FOR VICKSBURG, NATOElW Davis' Bend and intermediate l ings--Tib steamer ROBERT 3. LEE, William Campbell, master, A. MoVay, clerk, leaves as above, connecting at Vicksburg wtHi Parisot's Line for all points on the Ye1oot Se a flower. Deer Creek and Tallahathie. JANNEY &WOR. RITE & CARLIN dAgetil Will give through bills of lading to Tretes Monroe. and all statIons on the Vicksbal ' Shreveport and Texas Raler ado via Deltas I W. B. BROCKET,. Agent, deal aS Magazine strek. UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every THURSDAY at a p. m. FOR ARKOPOLISI, GREENVI4 Vicksburg and the Bends-The Le and fast passenger packet FRANK PARi OUD, J. M. White master, C. Holmes clerk. Will leave as above, connecting at Velokg with the "Parlsot Line" for all points on rYas and Tallahatchie rivers. For freightor pasela apply on board, or to JANWNEY & WORI R. W. ADAMS BROCKET &A CARTER. Through BIlls of Lading given to Trenton. Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shrev~ port and Texas Railroad. Also to all Point.. Arkopolis and Pine Bluff Railroad. mh2l BIROCKETT & CARBTR. SATURDAY VICKSBURO UNITED STAT MAIL PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY, atp. as . I FOR VICKSBUIG. DAVIS' Natchez and all intermediate iaa ings--The passenger packet NATCNMZ, T. P. Leathers masts~ J.. . Muse clerkt. connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Uie for Yazoo, Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivegt and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Oatro &aa- This boat reserves the right to pass all land ings that the Capt,,in may consider unsafe. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JAINtRY A WORK, oe Common street. BITE & CARLIN, 4 Tchoutpi,... satrek Will give through bills of lading to Trento, Monroe, andn all stations on Vicksburg, Shrews port and Texas Railroad, via Delta, La. W. B. BItOCKETT, Agent. mye asMagazinestreet. GREAT REDUCTIONI CABIN PASSAGE TO Vickshlurg ..... .6 Natchz ....... Bayou tara ....... 4 Baton Rouge ....... a . The above rates will be accepted by the following passenger steam ers: CITY OF ALTON. UHSIE STLVER, GIENCOE. COMMONWEALTH. CENTENNIAL. BISMARCK B1ELLEI OF PHRl VIP'Otr. Apply to J. B. WOODY & CO. Agents. 8.26; tf lo4 Common street. LOWER COAST NEW SCHEDULE. S IA)OWER COAST TRI-WEEKLJ passenger paeket for Quarantine a ation Burns Seltlement. Pointe-ia la-Hache and all intermediate andlngs-The new, safe and fast passenger steamer ALVIN, W. T. Soovell, master Henry Kouns and John Estopilnal, clerks. Leaves every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 10:.3 a. m. Returning on alter nate days. early in the evening. For freight or passage apply on hoard. P. S-Has a clerk on the levee during the day head of Conti street. se 12t1 LOWER COAST UNITED STATES MAIL DAILY LINE (HUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) FOB PORT EADS, THE FOenU Ad& Buras, Quarantine, Polnts-a Ha.he and way landings-The swft low-pressure Pullman paace steamer MARTHA. W. 8. Bassett. master, leaves TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS at sa a. m., SATURDAYS at 5 p. m. (extending 8atur day trip to Pilot Town. Southwest Pase); retun Ing Monday mornings, Wednesday and Frida evenings. The A No. 1 steamer EVA, John Talor, master. leaves MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and 1 DAYS, at 10 a. m.; returning alternate days. Excursion tickets (a (good on either boat.) Freights received daily at the offee foot of Conti street. For further information apply on board or to HITE & CARLIN, 4 Tchonpltoulas street. UPPER COAST. FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT. NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER CO sST M. L DAILY LINK OF PACKETS. FOB BEN. TUREAUYD'8. ASCEN sion and all plantation landings. The steamer MARY IBA, J. A. Ruiz. master. ----- , clerk. Leaves TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT URDAYS. at to a. m. The steamer Aleide Albert master. Arthur Nicolle. clerk. Leaves MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS and FpI DAYS, at i0 a, m. Bsth boats return on alter nate days and in daylight. For freight or pa sage apply on board or to seo W. J. COMAUX. 20 Conti street. REGULAb TBI-WEEKLY PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY am SATURDAY at 10 a m. n ]OU ASHLAND PaArisJt, side-wheel passenger ~aamer =E WING 30 5. L. ingster ds, h ---I ,~6~