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MABIh NEOWS.
01112 L3W oRLUAM DNNOOZT, J
ooember91, 1857. n
Cleared Yesteldar.
Steamship Margaret. Baker. for Key West, via Cedar
Keys- I K Roberts
Steamship Lone Star, Forbes, for New York-
C A Whitney &co
Span steamship Rita, Gartiez, for Liverpool
Master
Bark F L Carney, Jackson, fcr Liverpool
Silas Weeks &co
Arrived.
Br:t steamship Haytien, Watson. from Liverpool. via
West Indies and Merxican Ports, to Pim, Forwood
&oo-4th dis
Ship Sabino Farmer, 51 days from Liverpool, to
master-4th dis
Brit ship Prince Rundolh, Wishart, 49 days from
Liverpool, to De Wolf, Powell &co-Point
Auna bark Oiano. Soppa, 44 days from Cardiffl Wales.
to master-Point
Frbark Auguste Durin. Rabachmia. 15 days from
G.ndaloupe, to V Mlaignan- -2d diet
Nor bark Uno, Lerentzen, 49 days from Grimetadt,
to J H Frerichs-3d diet 25
Span bark Rosario, Gerordo, 34 days from Malaga, to
Avendano Bros-P T
Ger bark Auguste. Van Harten, 57 days from Am
sterdam, to E Elmer Bader &co-let diet 32
Span bark Luz Moran, 6 days from Cienfuegos, to
Avendano Biroa-2d die 18
Nor bark Regina. Brolund, 12 days from St Thomas,
to J H Fretichs-.d die
Nor bark Christianas Ulrichsen, 42 days from Bor
deatu,in ballast, to J H Frertches d die
A1ts brig Annibale. Marusicieh, from Dunkirk, to
muater-Point
IMhr Dalsy E Parkhurst,Tlonoer,12 days fm Sagna la
Grande, to master-Gretna
Schr Lily of the Valdly, Leitch, l2 days from Ruatan.,
to JP Macheca-I' T
Schr Geo Peabody, Demetrio, 17 days from Tuxpan,
to D Fatjo &oo--P T
STIrMLBOATs.
Ashland, Williams, from Fort Smith
Onachita Belle, Libano, from Tunics Landing
John A Siodder, Hicks, from Memphis
John Wilson, Holmes, trom Ouaochita City
Cherokee, Wolfe, from Cincinnati
Fanchon, Sweeny, from Cincinnati
Era No 10, Taylor, from Point Jefferson
it John, McElrov. from Baton Rouge
Martha. Bassett, from Port Eads
Isabel, O'Pry. from Lower Coast
B-lle, Harper. from Bonnet Carre
Yazoo Valley, Phillips, from Yazoo City
Below-Coming Up and Waiting Orders.
Ship Lorely, Marcussen, 50 days from Algiers, to
master
Brit bark Wm Jackson, Allen, 50 days from Bristol,
to master
Brig Annie Batchelder, Steelman, from Aspinwall, to
Norton & Bell
Exports.
KEY WIEST VIA CEDAR KEYS-Per steamship
Margaret-For Key West, 357 obls flour 50 bbls grits
415 bbls crackers 7 able whisky 5 hhds sugar 14 bbls
do 620 sacks co, n 500 sacks bran 420 sacks oats 5 sks
coffee 85 tierces hams 8 tes bacon 13 casas beef 50
toe lard 176 pkgs sundries
For Cedar RKe.-485 bbls flour 45 bbls grits 85
bbll cornmeal 10 bble pork 3Ibls sugar 9 bbls whis
ky 915 saoas corn 95 sacks oats 26 eks meat 99 pkgs
sundries
NEW YORK-Per steamship Lone Star-2944
bales cotton 67 bales hides 1620 bble molasses 525
bbls oil 310 sks wool 70 tons railroad iron 53 pkgs of
eundries
LIVERPOOL-Per steamship Rita-2900 bales of
cotton 952 sacks oilcake 1000 pen staves
LIVEIPO!IL--Per bara FL Carney--8220 sacks
otlcake 3000 pee staves
Imperts.
VERA CRIUZ-Per steamship City of Merida-1
ase specie L M Avendano-1 do Puig. Corral Aco--2
do Avendano Hernes-2 do S L Boyd-1 Marks IBos
&co
MALAGA-Per bark Rosario-14 sks of peas 2 ske
beanu 8 cases pepper 8 bbls fish 8 sreerons garlic 50
dos jars 6 cases paste 73 kegs wine 14 don birds 8 don
LAsh 1 bbl plants to Antonio Medina
ANTWERP-Per bark Elliott Ritchie-l00 cases
brandy 30 do gin 1 do cognac to Mel.row & Wester
field
LIVERPCOL-Per ship Sabino-5243 sacks salt to
order
Roeelpts of Produce.
CINCINNATI-Per steamer Cherokee--6 pkgs of
glassware to A Lrvi-lot pt we and mdse A Baldwin
dlo-1 bx mdse American Rice Mil-4 do A Smith
550 brs starch Barstow & Deevee-250 do B H Flash
poller-100 brs Jelly Burke & Thompson-464 bbls of
potatoes Chas Pleasants-1 bx drugs C L Walmsley
deo--I boxes mdse Schoope-9 do C C 8 M Factory
300 bxs starch C A French-20 pkgs mdse C F Bossu
1io-1 do C G Wayne-lot empty bbls CreJcent City
Oil Co-4 pks hardware E W Firifler-12 pkge mdes
E Booth-E8 do E J Hart &co-11 E Vinet-14 bbls of
tongues 13 bdls bandles E F DelBondio-100 bxs of
starch F Heake-100 do Flash, Lewis sco-4 bellows
Folger &co-150 boxes starch F A Behan-10 pkgs of
paper Goethe & Haid-150 bxs candles G Pascal &co
80 do malt Finlay & Thompson-lot castings to H D
Coleman & Bro-5 bbls whisky J Miltenbergor--56
lkge mdao M McGraw--ou do glassware 12 do malt
L Lyons-17 page mdse J Sciaccalhngle-150 boxes
starch J G Spor-1 buggy J A Aiken-50 boxes mdee
John T Moore &co--120 do c goods J Herman-l0
bxe candles 10 bble oil J G Clark-1 boxes mdse J E
Perrett-10 pkgs mdse 2 buggies J A Lnm--25 boxes
c goods L Beder--100 empty bble Louisiana Oil Co..
150 bxa c goods Lochte & Cordes--11 do I Bloom &
co-103 bbis apples W H Matthews & Bro-23 boxes
mdse M L Navra-200 boxes starch 25 pkga butter 32
hf tubs do lot mdse C A Whitney &co- 27 bbls krout
8.pkgs mdse 3 boxes eggs Miller & Meyer-3 pkgs of
mdee N Bremon-2 do I' Casse-2 bu, gies to Payne.
Kennedy &co-300 empty bbls Planters' Oil Co-100
boxes starch Queyrouze & Bois-I buggy R R Hunt
3 bbls whiskv 5 hi bbls whisky N O & R R T Co-lot
iron Stanffer, Maoieady &co-100 boxes starch 100
kegs barley 50 bas c goods Smith Bros &co-25 bble
whisky Schmidt & Ziegler--' bdls iron Stewart &
Wise--6 pkgs glassware Stratton & Meyer--23 pkgs
irnn Shakespeare & Smith-5 bbls ribs Schwabacher,
Frowenield & Pfeifer-53 pkgs,liquor R Shurer &co
32 bbls pork 3 hf bbls pork Vose Bros- 5 pkgs mdse
W McMillan-1 do W Bothick-1 W L Cushing-7
Woodward & Wright-3 head cattle W H Vandin
300 bales hay Howard & Preston-17 pkge muse 10
bbls flour 40 eks do str Henry Tete-130 bbls flour 100
sacks bran Prudhomme & Briggs-23 pkge mdse to
Barrett & Wieman-104 sacks corn Hart &co-490
bble flour 180 sacks bran to Glover & Odendahli-322
322 bbla grits 50 bbls hominy C H Lawrence &co-1
pkg hoops Rice, Born &co-558 bbls flour Schwabach
er, Frowenfeld & Pfeifer-5 bbls grits 20 do hominy
W D Ripley-93 bbls flour Vannrm & Mortimer-100
do Glover & Odendahlr-19 bble potatoes D A Given
& Son-2 bbls flour Bickham & Moore-55 bbls pota
toes P S DuSouchet-74 do C F Melville--6: bule ap.
ples J C Murphy &-co-4 bales cotton R a Carroll-1
-do Hirsch, Adler &co-lot furniture and sundries to
order-Total 5 bales cotton
FORT SMITH-Per steamer Ashland-469 bales
cotton to McGehee. Snowden &lViolett-147 to W C
Black-146 Jno Phelps &co-7 Bussey &co-71 agt
steamship Cromwell-85 T L Anrey &co-5 Bickham
dr Moore-3 Jno T Hardie &co-78 Stewart Bros aco
18 Nalse & Cammack-68 Richardson & May-65 do
H & C Newman-2 Payne, Kennedy &co--8 t & B
Beer- 151 Allen, Nugent &oo-49 Meyer. Weis &co
141 Lehman, Abraham &co-71 Clapp Bros &o--55
Allen, West & Bush--16 W A Bell-- G W Sentell &
0o--15 J L Harris &co-1 Jurev & Gillis..15 Alcos.
Soberca & Autey--11 Jno Chaffe & Sonse-4 S B
Newman &oo-48 Graham, Black &co-6 WA Peale
17 Buckner &co-3 to order-709 saeo a cotton seed to
Crescent City O 1 Co--16 do A A Magmnnis Sons-90
Louisiana Oil Co-86 Bienvillc Oil Co-331 Planters'
Oil Co-165 Union Oil CO--09 sks wheat Bussey &co
sundries to order-Total 1788 bales cotton 1489 sacks
cotton seed
OUACHITA CITY.-Per steamer John Wilson
.70 bales cotton to Mover, Wels &co-294 do Jurey &
Gillie--19t Lehman, Abraham &co-..174 March &
.Schlenker-i-. Jno T Hardie &oo-74 J B Wolte &oo
49 Jno Chaffe & Sons-43 Allen, Nugent &co-36 to
Levy & Clarke-:33 Richardson & May-32 Gwyn &
Dyer-32 J L Harris &eo--29 H & C Newman,-22 do
SW Raw ins-20 A Tertrou--20 Alcns. Scherck &
Antey--t16 John I Adams &co--16 J W Watt-16
C.haff,. Hamilton & Powell-15 John T Moore &co
13 8 Gumbel-13 C L Walmsley &co--l W A Peale
11 . no Phelps &00-10 Howcott &co-9 W C Black
7 r W White-4 S Henderson--3 Stewart Bros &co
S T L Airey &co-2 Schmidt & Ziegler 2 Wm Mor
rison-2 D C Morgan-1 Graham. Black &co-1 do
G W Sentell &co-1 Payne. Kennedy &co-40 sacks
cotton seed Planters' Oil Co-115 do N O Cotton Seed
Association .11 sacks seed cotton March & Schlenkfr
15 do Ben Gerson-sundries to order-Total 2i 79bales
,cotton 155 sacks cotton seed i26 sacks seed cotton
MEMPHIS-Per steamer John A Scudder-950
bales cotton to Richardson & May--422 do Lehman.
Abraham &co--361 Bickham & Moore-354 T L Air
ey &co-3t4 I W Barbridge &co--22 Allen, Nugent
-&co--240 J L Harris &co-195 McGehee, Snowden &
Violett--l77 to order-159 Allen, West & Bush--l.7
Alone, Scherck & Antey--i8 Clapp Bros &co--79
4Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell-71 Mever, Weis &co-63
Joo I Noble &co-61 Graham, Black &co-52 H & C
Newman-45 Payne, Kennedy &co--42 Jno Phelps &
co-.9S de Jno Chaffe & Sons-20 Clalborne &co--.7
Yelle & Cammack-15 R t Buckner & Bro-15 Ren
ahaw. Cammack &co-12 it wart Bros &co--:9 do to
elder-9 H & R Beer-8 H Wilson .r--8 P J Cook
burn-8 8 GOmbel-7 H Allison &co-7 John I Ad
ams &co-7 Ar Miltenberger & Pollock-6 J Burnet
&co-4 Moore & Coleman-4 G W Sentell &co-3 do
8 B Newman &co--'2 M Clark-1 L C Wilkerson &co
5052 sacks cotton seed Planters' Oil Co--2351 do to
Union Oil Co-1170 do Crescent City Oil Co-951 A A
taginnis Sons-363 Bienville Oil Co..339 Louisiana
Oil Co-5947 N O Cotton Seed Association-75 bbls oil
a31 sacks ollcake J Aldige-240 do Meyer, Weis &co
156 bbls oil Union Oil Co--o bbls onions 50 bble po
t.toes F Csaentre-1 pkgs mdse to order-lot ma.
hbinery BD Celeman & Bro-sundraes to order-To
ta 4k70 bales co toss 14973 eacks cottona seed 561
sacks ollak.21 bbb oil
TUITICA LANDII43 -Per steamera Ouasbita
BIl-l14 balms eeots to Xeqr, WeIs-oo-85 do to
K L 'i "
HAkC Newman-48 Norwood A Rkasre-W6 8 Gum
bel-S9 Nale &k Cammack-i9 Payye Kenedy Ao
19 Lehman, Abraham Aoo..19 a & Sohlenker
19 Richrd Flower &oo-14 McGehoe, Snowden &
Violett-9 W C Black &co-7 Biokham & Moore-
Alous, Scherok & Autey-5 T L Airey oo..3 War
ren, Atkinson &co-2 8 B Newman &o--2 Bush &
Levert--2 Richardson & May--2 Ben Gerson-9
Hirsch, Adler &co-1 G W Sentell &co-- Jumey &
Gillis-1 Clapp BTos &co-707 sacks cotton seed to
Planters' Oil o--458 do Union Oil Co-303 Bienville
Oil Co-1201 Croscent City Oil Co-75 A A Maginnis
Sons-294 Louisiana Oil Co--9 hhds sugar 23 bbls me.
lasses Bush & Levert-18 hhds sugar D Urquhart-l10
do 20 bble molasses Meyer, WIes Aco-272 do to E J
Gay &co-30 do4 hf doT H Handy &co-45 bbis mo
lasses G A Lanaux-22 no Conger & Kelly-'2 do to
H Groebel-'O0 R Beltran-1 L Biboleot-10 000 staves
T A Beck-122 head sheep to order-sundries to o.
der-Total 554 bales cotton 2940 sacks cotton seed 37
hhds sugar 445 bbls molasses 4 hf bbls molasses 12I
head sheep
YAZOO CITY----Per steamer Yazoo City- 502
bales cotton Richardson & May--339 do Payne, Ken
nedy &co-2t09 Craig & Hogan-159 Chaffe, Hamilton
& Powell-- 55 Allen. Nugent &co-150 T L Airey
a co 80 B Newman &co..77 Ben Gorson-64 Via
den, Hawkins &co--f3 Britton & Mayson--51 J L
Harris-45 Meover, Weis &oo---25 raham. Black
&co-24 Jno T ilardie &co-22 Bickham & Moore
20 Gordon & Co-15 C L Walmsley &co--13 H & C
Newman ---14. Aloas, Boherok & Antey-ll Bush &
Lovert-9 S Ftiedlander..6 G W Sentell &co-0 Jno
Casffe & Sons-5 J B Wolf &co-5 March & Sienker
-4 Beadles, Wood &co-4 H All:son &o--4 Clapp
Bros &co--2 S Gumble 2 Nalle & Cammack----1501
sacks cotton seed Union Oil Co--802 do Louisiana Oil
Co.--4 0 Crescent City Oil Co-275 Planters' Oil Co
143 Bienville Oil Co--Total 12213 bales cotton 3141
sacks cotton seed sundries to order
CINCINNATI--Per steamer Fanchon-500 boxes
bitters 105 do almanacs 30 toe lard 30 half bbles do to
Jno T M, ore &co-97 sks dried apples 135 bbls ap.
ples 40 bbls turnips 10 bbls beans 74 bbls potatoes to
J C Murphy-50 bxs bitters Burke & Thompson-2
flanges W J Kramer-lot mdse C A Whitney &co
42 plows It Beer-70 doz brooms 3 C Morris-30 do
barrows Pike BIros-2 bas glassware A Doussan-12
kse glaseware F Escamagel-21 do M L Navra-23 M
W eil-22 Stratton & Mayer-12 E Otffer--1 do mdse
J Levy &co-1 do buitannia M McGraw-25 carbove
acid 35 pkgs mdse IL Lyons-.3 do NO & RRT Co
7 do Mrs J Gauche-11 A Wolf-500 kegs nails large
amt wagonwale Stanil'r, Macreadv &co-do and 200
kege nails Bodley Bros-lot furniture W L MoMillan
20 carboyse acid E J Hart &co-9 pkge butter to C II
Lawrence &co-SO pkgs mdse C G Johnson-2 do to
B J West-977 bble potatoes W H Matthews & Bro
37 bbls apples Chas Pleaantus-1 skiff 3 oars to M L
Scovill--104 bbl grits By Groebel-100 bhbls flour to
Glover & Odendahl-2- 0 do Vairin & Mortimer-10
bbls beans A Jullan-11 bbls apples 6 bxs eggs 59
coop poultry Miller & Meyer-lot modee H D Coleman
24 bxs candles C A French--196 bales cotton to order
100 do Allen, Nugent &co--100 Richardson & May
lot furniture and sundries to order-Total 396 bales
cotton
POINT JEFFERSON-Per steamer Era No 10
65 bales cotton to Payne, Kennedy &co--49 do Chafle,
Hamilton & Powell-.0 do Jno Chatfe & Sons-17 do
Temple 8 Coons &co--16 do Britton & Mason-14 do
Meyer, Weis &co-13 Jno T Hardie &co-9 Jurey &
Gillies- do Graham, Black &co-8 J W White-8 do
S B Newmn &co-5 Lehman. Abraham &co-4 R J
Cockburn-4 Franconi & Falso-4 Alcus, Scherck &
Autey-3 Nalle & Cammack-3 H & C Newman-1
Doize &co-5 sacks seed cotton McGehee.Snowden &
Vtolett..1234 sacks cotton seed Union Oil Co-2-47 do
Bienville Oil Co-40 Cresoent City Oil Co-42 A A
Maginnis' Sons--43 Lomisiana Oil Co-40 Planters Oil
Co-19 heal cattle Aycock. Mehle &co -23 do Noel &
Wooten-sundries to order-Total 552 bales cotton 5
sacks aeed cottnm 1844 sacks cotton seed
BATO(N ROUGE-Per steamer St John-20 hhds
P.uar 70 bbls molasneo to V H Bernard- 7,o do and 17
hhds sugar Meyer, Weis &co-22 do 35 bbls molasses
Richard 5illik.n-60 do 17 hhds sugar J J Irby &
Son-- 0 do 6. bbls molasses L Godchaux-19. do and
42 hhds sugar F HlenSe-15 do J W Burbridge &co
2 do 42 bble molasseo 6 hf do A Tertrou-8 hhds sugar
10 bbls molasses di hlf do Lanaux & Son-7 hhds su
gar 5 bb's molasses Lehman. Abraham &:o-8 do 5
hhds sugar R Beltran-40 bbls molasses P Maspero
2011 H Bonzano-'4 Richard Flower &oo--l E .I bart
rco- 10 GA Lan ux-7 bhls sugar A Tertrou-aun
dries to order-Total 155 hhds sugar 7 bbls sugar 467
bble me asses 3h hf do
PORT EADS- Per steamer Martha-23 bble rice
to A Socola-l- bbls molasses B Johnson-229 sacks
rough rice Kip & Rucih-73 do Siewerd & Thompson
20 Jno Nelson-37 iipoe Mill-13l J A l' alter &.co
116 Bush & Levert-sundrles to order-Total 10 bble
mlassee 23 bblts rice 1i07 sacks rough rice
LOWER COAST-Per startuer isabel-27 hhbds sn.
gar to J D;nmoind--:i do 65 bbls molasses to Richard
Milliken-31 do 7 hhds sugar T McDermott-40 bbls
mo'asses A Thompson &co-40 do Robert Hare 40 do
L (iodchaux-17 J M Villavasso-sundrios to order
-Total 70 hhds eugar 2.33 bbls molasses
BONNET CARRE-Per steamer Belle-38 hhds of
sugar to Richard Milliken-13 do 59 blis inoleascs to
P Lanaux-40 do L I) Sarpy-17 Isaacson & Simtums
4 C T Soniat-sundries to order-Total 51 hhds sugar
120 bbis molasses
RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
Pascagoula-Per schr J M McJamoa-45,000 feet
lumber to H Buddig
Tchefunota River-Per schr Two Suns-32,000 feet
lumber to order
By Raihroads
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
Nov 20-368 bales cotton to Decan &co--52 do to
J H Maury &co-52 W D Itipley--41 lussey &oo-
2 C L Walmeley &oo-11 U W Sentell &co-4 do to
Chaffe. Hamilton & Powell 7 Lehman, Abraham &
co-9 to order-27 J L Harris &co-7 Allen, West &.
Bush--21 E i Wilson & Mills-4 Jurey & Gillis-9
Jno Phelps &co-To'al 1090 bales cotton
250 pkbs mdso McGrath & Compton-2 bales mdse
Batoson, Wisdom & Bowllng--l17 pkgs mdse to J C
Morris--1 sugar pans B J West-25 bdls straw to
Horter & Fenner-- do mdse J L Moore-1- pkgs pa
per J Meyer-ll bble whisky 30 hf do Bareshide &
Mes-5 boxes drugs E J Hart &oo--5 pkgs paper to
M McGlaw -i pkgl mdse I L Lyons--i do L Bauer
1 do Scherck & Berkson-116 pkgs tobacco J J Irby
& Son--60 do C A Whitney &co-24 Meyer Bros-.0
Schmidt & Ziegler-32 pkgs rope D L I'Anlett &co
7 horse, L Hart-2 cars cabbage Miller & Meyer-I
do poultry W S Phillips-i do cattle Aycock. Mitch
ell &co---l do to order--24 pkgs mdse R M & B J
Montgomery-20 do M Mcloraw--38 bales mdse to
Bate.on, Wisdom & Bowling-335 sacks oilcake Hall
& Stringer-lS boxes bacon a6 tierces hams Miller,
Dolhonde & o-- 00 bxs soap Flash, Lewis &co--105
bbls lime S Jamison-1 stove J L Harris &co-ll10
sacks oilcako Hall & Stringer-lot mdse McGrath &
Compton-sundries to order
Skw OIURL.LAx, JACKSON AND NORTHERN
RAILROAD.
Nov 20-590 bales cotton to order--199 do to S 0
Thomas &co--l7 do Bickbam & Moore-174 do C L
Walmsley &oo-172 Richardson & May-149 Vaiden,
Hawkins &co-1-9 J L Harris &oo--l All n, West
& Bush-91 Lehman, Abraham &co-86 Jno T Har
die &oo-83 to order-81 Meyer, Weis &3o-51 do to
T L Airey &oo 45 S Gumbel-44 Stewart Bros &co
42 Jno Chaffe & Sons-37 Chaffs. Hamilton & Powell
31 to order-2-5 1ussey &co-23 G W Sentell &co-20
Beadles, Wood &co-20 H & C Newman-19 Black &
co-18 Jno Phelps &co-18 Payne, Kennedy &co-18
J W White-16 Moore & Coleman-15 E H Wilson &
Mills-14 Alcus, Scherok & Autey-14 F Walker-13
R T Buckner & Bro-12 S B Newman &co-12 order
92 Allen, Nugent &oo-11 to order--!0 March &co
8 Warren,Atkieson &co-6 S Henderson--6 Ben Ger
son-4 J & G Cromwell-4 Hirsch, Adler &co-4 do
Richard Flower &co-3 J P Harrison .jr &co-3 do to
Temple S Coons &co-3 Gorain &co-3 Graham &co
3 W A Peale- 3 McGehee. Snowden & Violett--2
Clapp Bros &co-2 Il Wilson jr-1 Alabama Press-1
E L McKeon &co- Flash, Lewis &oo--Total 2619
bales cotton
25 bbls highwineos to C Doyle-55 bales hay order
50 bbls potatoes 79 bales hay Chas Pleasants-200
bbls flour T A Hamilton &co--160 bbls apples Berry
&co-33 pkgs butter C H Lawrence &co--70 boxes of
che, se Schwauacher, Frowenfeld & Pfeifer-lot of
mdse C A Whitney &co-55 bales hay 500 boxes of
starch Predhomme & Briggs-6 bbls whisky Wang
& Cottam-40 bbls potatoes C F Melville--00 bbls of
flour H Bohm-1 hhd tobacco E H Wilson & Mills
50 bbls whisky Burke & Thompson-30 do to Smith
Bros &co-181 sacks cotton send Louisiana Oil Co
200 bbls flour Schwabacher, Frowenfeld & Pfeif.r
suadries to order- Total 1 hhd tobacco 189 bales hay
25 bbls highwines 181 sacks cotton seed 600 bbls flour
106 bbls whiskyv
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD.
Nov 20-1l bbles molasses to Jno E King &co--6 do
D A Given & Son-104 Richard Milhken-32 Pelton
& Dunbar----15 M Shelly &co-'5 Jno ;'alder-12
hhds sugar John I Adams &co-4 do Bush & Levert
53 bales moss L Terrebonne-2 do Jno Bourg-4 do to
QaOyronze & Bois-5 J Duffour-1 bbl molasses 1
bbl sugar Clapp Bros &co-sundries to order-Total
204 bble molasses 16 hhds sugar 1 bbl do
Train No2-4 hhds segar to McGehee, Snowden &
Violett-15 do Clapp Bros Aco-8 do 16 bble molasses
Renshaw, Cammack &co--16 do Hirsch, Adler &co
4 Beraud & Gibert-24 do 10 hhds sugar J M Putman
2 do 2 bbls molasses Bush & Levert-5 do D . Kerni.
on-10 C A Whitney &co-l do 1 hf do 2 hhds sugar
John I Adams &co-2 do 12 bbls sugar 49 bb s molas
ses Robt Hare-49 do Richard Millhken-75 do and 23
hhds sugar Wm E Loeverch-24 bales cotton Berand
& Gibert-21 do Clapp Bros &co-11 McGehee., Snow
den & Viole t-9 R Beer-- Payne, Kennedy &co-6
Jno Chaffe & Sons-3 H & C Newman-7 G W Sen
te 1 &co--6 J W Barbrid e &co--3 A Tertrou-3
John I Adams &co-2 R Frotscher-1 H Groebel &
co-I Wang & Cottam 3 Wycoeki & Manade-1 bbl
hides 78 dry hides 2 bales moss L Lacassague-2 bdls
hides Wang & Cottam-39 do R Beer-50 do 1 bbl gr
hides Odell & Wright-18 bbls molasses John Calder
16 do A Tertrou-13 J M Walsh-32 Conger & Kelly
25 Renshaw, Cammack &co-1 sacks seed cotton to
L Lacassagne 33 head cattle A Boutte &co-25 do to
P Servat &co-sundries to order-Total 10d bales cot
ton 1 sacks seed cotton 43 hhds sugar 12 bbls do 360
bbls molasses
Per steamship Clinton, from Clinton-29 bales of
hides 4 do skins 28 sacks wool and 228 oales cotton to
C A Whitney &co-132 do Jno Phelps &co-102 do to
C L Walmeley &co-22 do Vaiden, Hawkins &co-21
H Danneel &oo-11 Jno T Hardie &co-6 S W Raw
line-- Kirkpatrick & Keith-1 J P Harrison jr &co
1 Temple S Coons &co-1003 sucks cotton seed to the
N 0 Cotton Seed Assooation- p pkg perans Flash.
Lewis &o--.endries to order-Total 585 bales cotton
100s ses easttoa seed
Freasi - * bbla tallow 10 bbls psonsm and
$8 too-46 &Oe.11 etad $
7 ao msr-4 Lehman, Abr.ahs too--1 do bake *f
hides 0 A Whitmey &oo-0t7 head cattle Meble
cro-.ndltie to order-To'al e8 bles cotton
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD
Nov 90-91 hhds sugar 60 bbls molasses to F Bra
S-ler-50 do to J Thibant--Il R Beltran-126 Richard
Milliken-10 hhds sugar to A A Maginnis Sons-64
bbls molasses LeSassier & Binder-50 do H Murray
33 hhds sugar Meyer, Weis &co--Total 64 hhds sugar
379 bbla molasses
Malled
The Brit steamship Jas Drake and the ship Joe,
Milbu y, previously reported below wailing orders,
have sailed for Galveston.
STEAMBOATS.
GREAT REDJUCTION.
CABIN PASSAGE TO
VICKSBURG .........; NATCHEZ ..........
BAYOU HAtA ..... 4 BATON ROUGE .... 3
Tih above rates will be iacteDteod by th ftol
lowing taLssslnger steamsrrs: CITY OF ALTON.
SUSIE SILVER, COMMONWEALTH. CEN
TENNIAL, BELLE OF SIIILEVEI'ORT.
Apply to J. B. WOODS & CO.. Agents,
not ti 104 Common strs.t.
II(EItF RIVER.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
REGOULA IB(EUF RIVER PACKET.
Leaves WEDNESI)AY. November 21. at 5 p. m.
FOR EASON'S FERRY, POINT
Jefferson, Girard, Alto, Rod Mounth.
Gum Point, and all blndings on Br:uf
and Black rivers-The steamlllor
TOM PARKER,
I. P. Dellshoussaye, masltr. Tom Kn"". clerk.
will leave as above. Pays particular attention
to all Bllack river iusiness. For freight or pas
sage apply on boiard or to
F. a. BLANKS. President,
No. 2 (Canatl street, corner Delta.
TITE .& CARLIN. BIIT'I'TN A. EPPLER.
.IALNEY & WORK. LORD & MIPIEAKE.
nowl Ag(ents.
REGULAR BLACK AND B(EUF RIVER
PA( 'K 'T.
Loaven WEDNESDAY, November 21. at 5 i,. m.
FOit EASON'S FERRY. POINT
.TJeerson. Girrard, Alto. liRe Mouth
Gum Point and all landings on B( uf
and Black rivers-The steamoer
ERlA NO. 10,
Tom Taylor. master,
will lIavwe s at bove,. Pays parl.triular attenition
t, all Blak river tbusiness. For freight or pta.s
sage atpply on bhoursd. houl
MEMIPHIM.
REGULAR MEMI'[TS AND BEND PACKET.
Loaves on '1'HIJISDAY November 22, at 5 p. m.
SFOR NAT'CIEZ, VICKSLBURG,.
r (lr, nvill., Arkal,,lis. Tu'rrsne,
Hllsna. Memphis and the Bonds
The passenger istanter
JNO. A. SCIDDE1R,
J. F. Iicks. rmaster. (ha~s. Dix, clerk.
will leavey a above, payting particlulalr attention
to a, I Wity nall w stli sit iisn bsusinis.. Through
bills atling to all points on Whit'' and Arkan
sas rivers, via Tol'rren,.
For freight or pi-sage apptly son hlard, or to
no2o0 C. (i. WAINE. Is6 tGravivir street.
REGULAR MEMPHIS I AND BEND PACKET.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY. Nov. 25, at 5 p. m.
k FOIL NATCHEZ. VICKSBURG
Greenville, Arkapolis. T.rrine
Helena. Memphis rand the bends
The splsendid passngsr steamor
TIIOMPISON DEAN,
Jm. H. Pepper,. master, Frank Bick. Jr.. clerk.
will leave as aIbovve. p'tying tparticulatr aitentiion
to all way and bend frsights, raRt's give.it ands
through bills lading signed to all points on
White and Arkansas rivers. For freight or pas
sag( apply onl boatrdl or to
lBIOCK ETT & I ARTER, 32 Magazine st.
JANNEY & WORK, 10; Commo(:, n street.
Through bills of tlading signd to Pine iluff
and stations on the Little Rock, Mississippi
River andl Tixas Railway, via Arkapilis., Ark.,
saol to Littlle Iock anil sl,ttions on the Mern
phtis and Little lRock Railroad, via Hlopesleld,
Ark.
BIBOCKETT & CARTER. Agents.
0c25 :ss Mblagszi ni st ro nt.
MEMPHIS AND BENDS PACKET.
LEAVES EVERY OTHER WEEK.
FOR MEMPHIS, HELENA, TER
__ rence. Arkopolis, Greenvillel. Lakes
Providence, Vicksburg and the
Bends-The iron stesamsr
CHAM. P. CHOUTEAU,
W. H. Thorwegan, master.
Goo. Miltenberger. clerk.
will commence her trips in th, trade, as above.
duringthe lattsr partof November,and continue
throughout the season.
J. B. WOODS & CO., Agents.
se27 tf 104 Common street.
BAYOU BARTHIOLOMEW.
NEW O1,LE4,NS AND OUACHIITA RIVER
S' RANSP'RTATION COMPANY.
REGULAR BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW
PACKET.
Leaves THURSDAY. November 22, at 5 p. m.,
FOR P'OP'LAII BLI'PF. POINT
Pleasant and all way landings on
Bayou Bartholomew - The flne
steamer
BASTROP.
Gus HIodge. master, Sim Goodwin, le'rlk.
Will leave as ablovo, taking freight for all land
i ngs on the Black and Ouachita rivers as h igh as
the mouth of Bayou Bartholomew. For freight
or passage apply on board or to
('iapt. F. A. BLANKS,
President, No. 2 Canal street, corner )Delta.
IITE A (tARI,IN. BRITTON & El'l'LEit.
,JANNEY A WORK, LOIRD McI'EAKE,
1021 Agents.
BAYOU MACON AND TENSAn.
REGULAR BAYOU MACON AND TENSAS
PACKET.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY. Nov. 21. at 5 p. m.
FOR FLOYD, MONTICELLO.
Richardson's Landing. Delhi, Point
Main, Warsaw, Crockett's Point,
Osborn's Landing. Cut-Off, and all interme
diate landings-The pasjsenger steamer
THEN I'ON,
J. L. Robbins, master.
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
LORD & McPEAKE, .
JANNEY & WORK, Agents.
nolS HITE & CARLIN,
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW ORLEANS 'AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
FOR CAMDEN DIRECT.
Leaves WEDNESDAY, November 21. at 5 D. m.
FOR CAMDEN. ELDORADO,
Ouachita City. Trenton. Monroe.
Columbia, Harrisonburg. Trinity
and all intermediate landings-The steamer
COTTON VALLEY,
J. W. Carlton, master. Gilruth and Haskell,
clerks,
making all the usual connections.
F. A. BLANKS. President,
No. 2 Canal street, corner of Delta.
HITE & CARLIN. BIRITTON & EPPLER,
JANNEY & WORK. LORD & McPEAKE,
no20 Agents.
INDEPENDENT OUACHITA RIVER PACKET.
Leaves SATURDIAY. November 24. at 5 p. m.
SFOl CAMDEN, ELDORADO,
Champagnolle, Ouachita City, Tren
ton. Monroe and all way landings
The A No. 1 and flMet passenger steamer
FANCHON,
T. C. Sweeney, master, A. J. McConnell, clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or piassage
apply on board or to
J. B. WOODS & CO., 10o Common st.
no'20 .NO. F. DOUGLAS, 106 Gravier st.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVEN
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND MONROE
Weekly Ouachlta City U. 8. Mail Packet.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 5 . m..
FOR OUACHITA CITY, ''tEEN
ton, Monroe and all town landings
.In The steamer
JOHN WILSON,
(In place of John H. Hanna.)
Joe Holmes. master. B. G. C, rnwell. clerk.
Wili leave regularly as above. Will reserve tne
right to refuse any landing except mail land
ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or
to
Capt. F. A. BLANKS, President,
No. 2 Canal street corner Delta.
HITE & CARLIN BRITTON & EPPLER.
JANNEY & WORK, LORD & MoPEAKE, Ag'ts.
P. 8.-Has regular connection with all the
tributariAs, fell tf
SHIPS.
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
FOR PROVIDENCE. RHODE ISLAND.
SThe first-class schooner A. H. HICKMAN
Shaw. master, is now loading and will
have prom t dispatch.
orfraptoly tthe captain,
aolS "t-eet.
OHIO RIVER.
REGULREB INCINNATI LOUISVILTLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET LINE.
Composed of the following steamers, viz:
THOMAS SHERLOCK. GOLDEN CITY,
CHAS. MORGAN, GOLDEN CROWN.
A. C. DONALLY GOLDEN RULE.
ROBT. MITCIHELL C. B. CHURCH,
CHEROKEE, NEW MARY HOUSTON.
ro ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS
will leave Now Orleans every TUES
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY,
connecting with all railroads and paicket lines
runnin g out from Cincirnati giving through
bills of Irling to all points. #For through rates
and all information apply to
C. G. WAYNE. Agent,
oC23 1i6i Gravier street.
LeavOs on TIUItRSDAY. November 22, at5 p. m.
FOR CNCININNATI., IUISYILLE, EVANS
ville, tlondoronu. Shawnorrrtown, Paducah. Cairo,
Memporhis, and all intermediate pointsi-The
stLOnner
CHEROKEE,
Goo. Wolf, master, Andy Byers, ,lerk,
will leave ars abovo. For freight or parssage
apply on board, or to
1nis C. G. WAYNE, 10r, Gravier street.
VICKSBURG, YAZOO AND TALLA
HATCHIE.
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS. VICKSBURG,
YAZOO AND TALLAHATCHIE THROUGH
PACKET.
LEAVES EVERY WEDNESDAY.
t THE NEW AND FINE STEAMER
YAZOO VALLEY
W. B. Philips, master. J. T. Hall. clerk.
Will leave as above regularly every Wednesday.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
JANNEY WORK, o106 Common st.
oc14 tf R. W. ADAMS. 21 Commercial Place.
LAFOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
TIIROUGH TO IAURIEL VALLEY.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p. in.. and SAT
URDAY at. 1o a. m.
STHE SPLENDID PASSENGER
steamer
ST. MARY,
Joe Dalferes. master. E. Nicoll. clerk,
Pays particular attention to way business, and
roturns down the coast every MONDAY and
TIIURSDAY. For freight or passage apply on
board. nol3 tf
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET,
THROUGH TO THIBIODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at r5 p. m., and FRIDAY
at 10 i. inm.
Lrm THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMER
A..sMPTION,
P. A. Charlet. master. N. Z. Dupuis. clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business. andr
roturns down the ,oarst every Sunday and
Wcnllesdlay. For freight or passagl apply on
board or to I. RIVET,
nor; 105 Decatur street.
TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUROHE AND
COAST PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at to a. m., THUBS
DAY and SATURDAY at 12 m.
THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMED
HENRY 'fETE,
J. F. Aucoin master. M. H. Landry clerk,
Pays particular atte .'on to way business, and
returns down the Coast, i.aving Donaldsonville
every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 5. a.
m. For freight or passage apply on board, or
to B. RIVET.
1o5 Decatur street.
P. 8.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight
in daylight.
BATON ROUGE.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 10 a. m. and
SATURDAY at 5 p. m..
SThu passenger steamer
ST, JOHN,
J. P. McElroy. master.
Loaves as above for Baton Rouge, Plaque
mine, Donaldsonville and all coast landings. re
turning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN
INGS.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
seo2 tf E. O. MELANCON. 32 Bienvillo st.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m,, and FRIDAY
at 12 m.,
The .asonger snm erer
JOHN H. HANNA,
F. Bergeron master. L.P. Delahoussayo clerk.
Leaves as above for Baton Rouge, Plaque
mine, Donaldsonville and all coast landings
returning every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY
EVENINGS.
For freight or passage apply on bhoard or to
se2 E. 0. MELANCON, 32 Birrville
OPELOUSAS.
REOULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY, at 5 p. m.
S FOR WASHINGTON. OPELOU
sas. Port Barre.Simmsport Church
ville and all landings on the Coast,
Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau--The
splendid passenger steamer
LESMIE TAYLOR,
M. Kenlson, master, Eug. Quatrevaux. clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
B. W. ADAMS.
No. 21 (ommercial Place.
HITE & CARLIN,
No. 4 Tchoupitoulas street.
Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole
and Minnie no4
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every SATUItDAY, 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 steamer
BERTHA,
H. H. Broad master. Thee. Jobin clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
BRITTON & EPPLER, 81 Gravierstreet.
R. W. ADAMS 21 Commercial Place.
Connects at Little bevil with steamers Creole
and Minnie. ja22 tf
BAYOU SARA.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA
ANT COAST PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
at s. m.
FOR BAYOU SARA WATERLOO,
Hermitage, Port Hickey, Baton
Rouge. Plaquemine ana way land
ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
OUACHITA BELLE
(Representing new boat building),
John O. Libano, master. John H. Mossop, clerk,
Leaves as above, returning down the coast
every MONDAY and FRIDAY. For freight or
passage apply on board or to
BRITTON & EPPLER, 52 Gravier st.
LORD & McPEAKE. 46 Camp street.
au29 HITE & CABLIN. 4 Tchoupitoulas st.
BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
STR. GOV. ALLEN, STR. ,
John J. Brown Master. A. Dugas. Master.
,. ,FOR BAYOU SARA. WATERLOO,
Hermitage, Port Hudson, Lobdell's
Store, Baton Rouge, Plaquemine,
and postoffice landings
Steamer Gov. Allen,
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 p. m.
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 p. m.
Commencing early.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
HITE & CARLIL,
No. 4 Tchoupitoulas street.
JANNEY & WORK,
iyis tf No. 106 Common street.
OFFICE ".)ONVEYANCE RECORD,"
No. 16 St. Charles Street,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
The undersigned respectfully announce to
the public that they are prepared to furnish a
complete Chain of Title or list of Transfers of
Real Estate in New Orleans, back to original
grant or purchase, when required; also Full
Abstract of each transfer in the chain ; thus se
curing to parties purchasing Real Estate or in
vesting in Mortgages perfect security from
fraudulent or defective titles. The method of
indexing our "Conveyance Record," peouliar to
our system, enables us to give information
Immediately,
Attorneys, Notaries, Auctioneers. Land
Agents. Surveyors, and all ptarties interested in
Tites to Real Estate. are invited to call and ex
Ia neour "Beeord. .
atu I. 5. 3Im * ,e.
mW RIVEr.
Red River and Texas.
lNEW ORBLEANS AND RED RIVER TBANQB
PORTATION COMPANY. AND TEXAS PA
CIFI RAILWAY AND CONNECTIONS.
Through bills of lading and through passen.
ger tickets to all landings on Red River, and all
railway stations in Texas. The best route k
Hot Springs.
The following splendid and fast steamers
composing the line will leave as advertised be
low:
La Belle. Maria Louise. Texas.
C. H. Durfee, Col. A. P. Kouns. Lotus No. 8.
W. J. Behan, Bonnie Lee Dawn.
FO. SHREV'EPORT. JEFFER
son, Kot Springs, and all land
ings on Red River and railway
stations In Texas.
FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEFFERSON.
Lotus No. 3. I). I. Dannals master,
Leaves WEDNESDAY, November 21. at 5 p m.
Maria Lolluie. H. J. Brinker. master.
Leaves SATURDAY. November 24. at 5 p. m.
No wharfboat charges, drayage or commission
will be charged at mouth of Red River. or at
New Orleans. in forwarding freight consigned
to the company by bill lading.
For freight or passage apply on board o1 the
boats or at the office of the ornY y. No. ei1
-ravier street. JOB. KR de
,aITE 0 LO & MoPEAKB. Agents.
WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKETS.
FOR GRAND ECORE, MONT.
gomery, Alexandria. Norman's Bar
bin's and way landings-The steam
ers
DAWN.
C. P. Truslow, master; C. W. Drown. clerk.
Loaves every TUERDAY, at 5 p. m.
NEW BART ABISE,
Richard Sinnott. master Go. Hamilton, clerk,
Leaves every SATURDAY, at 5 p. m.
Will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to R. W. ADAMS.
au30 No. 21 Commercial Place.
VICKOBURG GREENVILLE, ARGYLE,
ARHAPOLIS AND BENDS.
Leaves EVERY MONDAY, at 5 o. m.
FOR ARKAPOLIS, GREENVILLE,
Argyle. Vicksburg and the Bends
The fine and fast passenger packet
K ATI E,
J. W. Tobtn. master; W.N. Calmes, clerk;
connecting at Vieksburg with Parlsott's Line for
all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie rive: s.
Boat reserves the right ,to pass all landings
that the captain may diem unsafe.
JANNEY & WOR"
BROCKETT & CAIRER.
IR. W. ADAMS.
Through bills lading given to Trenton, Mon
roe and all stations on Vicksbuhrg, Shreveport
and Texas Railroad. Also,to all points on Ark
apolis and Pine, Bluff Railroad.
BROCKETT & CARTER, Agents,
ocs 3s Magazine street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TUES DAY at 5 p. m.
SFOR VICKSBURG, NATCHEZ
Davis' Bend and intermediate land
ings-TI" steamer
ROBERT I. LEE,
William Campbell, master.
A. McVay, clerk,
leaves as above. connecting at Vtiksburg with
Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo, Bun
flower. Deer Creek and Tallahatchie.
R. W. ADAMS.
JANNEY & WORK,
HITE & CARLIN. Agents.
Will give through bills of lading to Trenton,
Monroe. and all stations on the Vicksburg,
Shreveport and Texas Railroad via Delta, La.
W. B. BROCKETTP. Agent,
de21 38 Magazine street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every THURSDAY at 5 p. m.
FOR 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 Y,.Zoo
and Tallaht chic rivers. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
JANNEY & WORk,
It. W. ADAMS,
BROCKETT & CARTER.
Through Bills of Lading given to Trenton
Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and Texas Railroad.
mh27 BROCKETT & CARTER.
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every HATURDAY. D. m.
. FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' BEND
Natchez and all intermediate land
ings-The passenger packet
N A' ldEZ,
T. P. Leathers masts: J. F. Muse clerk,
connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo, TallahatR.hie and Sunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Cairo and
St. Louis.
This boat reserves the right to pass all land
ings that the Captain may conslier unsafe.
F'or freight or assage apply' a board, or to
JANNEY & 'WYORK, 1; Common street.
HITE & CAR. IN, 4 Tchoupito..Js street.
Will give throuu' bills of lading to Trenton,
Monroe and all s,.tions on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and Texas Railroad. via Delta. La.
W. B. BROCKETT, Agent,
my6 38 Magazine street.
DONALDSONVILLE.
FOR DONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW ORLEANS
AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
THE STEAMER
ST. PHANCIS BELLE,
William Gibson. master.
Will leave the head of Bienville street at 7:3o
a. m. for Westwego, with passengers for all sta
tions on the New Orleans and Texas Bailrcad.
Returning, will arrive at 5:45 p. m. Same boat.
connecting with Sunday Accommodation Train,
will leave at 8 a. m.. returning same day at 6 p.
m.
Freight recelved at the same place up to 4:30
o'clock will be delivered at its destination next
morning.
oc10 tf C. E. PAYNE, Superintendent.
UPPER COAST.
BLUE WING LINE.
UPPER COAST DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY
LINE TO BONNET CARRE AND ASH
LAND PLANTATION.
STEAIEIL
BELLE,
H. E. Harper. master, J. E. Brou. clerk.
Will leave New Orleans daily (Saturdays except
ed) at9 a. m. for Bonnet Carr:.
The Belle will commence her trips on Sun
day, November 18. not: tf
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at to a. m.
SFOR ASHLAND PLANTATION,
SAscension parish. Donaldsonville
and all coast landings-The fine
side-wheel passenger steamer
BLUE WING NO 3,
J. A. Comstock, master.
Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean. clerks.
Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash -
land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Bun
day, coming down the coast in daylight. Fcr
freight or passage apply on board or to
apz2 . HENO. 19 Conti street.
P. . All freight delivered in the daytime.
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER CO ST M. I.
DAILY LINE OF PACKETS.
SFOR BEN. TUREAUD'S, ASCEN
sion and all plantation landings.
4 The steamer
i MAR Y IDA,
J. A. Ruiz master. - clerk,
Leaves TUESHAYS. THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS, at 10 a. m.
The steamer
Alcide Albert master. Arthur Nicolle, clerk.
Leaves MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS. at lsa. m. Both boats return on alter
nate days and in daylight. For freight or pas
sage apply on board or to
set W. J. COMAUX, 20 Conti street.
LOWER COAST
1877. Lower Coast Packets. 1078S.
NEW ORLEANS AND GULF TI:ANSPORITA
TION COMPANY.
SThe following steamers will leave
as below, carrying the United States
mails
MARTHA, W. S. BASSETT, master.
Leaves TUESDAY and THURSDAY, at 12 m..
for Port Eads. and SATURDAY, at 5 p. m., for
Port Eads and Pilot Town.
ALVIN. W. T. SCOVELL, master,
Leaves MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRI
DAY, at 12 m., for Port Eads and way land
infselerk is always on the landing to receive
freight.
No one has authority to contract any debts
against the above-named boats, except upon
written order of the captain.
For freight or paseage aply on board, or at
the company's oflice . 6o ont ree
InoT J'OEN 1018. President.
MORGAN LINE U. S. MAIL T A S
The following low-pressure Iron Stmeamslt
form these lines:
HARLAN I.O HARRIS W eQoR
MORGAN. JOEPHINE, Sý.'
GUSSIE WHITNEY EU
CLINTON CITY OF NORFOLK.
ARANSAS, now buildlng.
Plying from Morgan City, in connectiona .
organ's Louisiana and Texas RBallroad.
For Indlanola, via GalveIt $
.teamers leaving Morgan City SUNDAY.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, connect at GalvetQs
transtorring there to Steamer CITY OF OfB
FOLK both freight and passengers.
Through bills lading signed to Hon 5
to all points beyond on the Houston and .
Central and G. H. and 8. A. . R., Internt
and Great Northern Railroad, and New .Is
and Texas Railroad. via Clinton, and the Tein
Transportation Company.
Freight charged as per new card rates.
Ban Antonio freights received and forwgds.
via Cinton and Galveston. Houston and 3a
Antonio Railway.
~ For Brazos Santiago
The iron steamer
L. C. HARRI
Will leave on
THURSDAY, November 22.
Lighterage at Brazos Santiago at risk and -
pence of consiganees.
Freight received for and bills ladingu
only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande B ",lJ'
as per new tariff, less 3.3Y per cent.
.reight paraple in gold.
For Corpus Christi, Fualtem S
St. Mary's, via Rockport--The Itg
steamer ST. MARY,
Will leave Morgan City on
THURSDAY. November 22.
Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at sI
and expense of consignees.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed o
Rock port.
Freight for all the above points received at !
Depot Morgan's Louisiana and Texas BaRlx
foot of Lafayette street, daily, until 6 D. ip.
PASSENGER AND MAIL BOUTI
For Galveston, Houston and IaiI
Passengers take Railroad Ferryboat foot ora
Ann street, at :8O0 a. m., reachlin _or-g1 :
at 12:26 p. m., there connecting with lsteua
JOSEPHINE on SUNDAY.
HUTCHINSON on MONDAY.
CLINTON on TUESDAY ,
WHITNEY on WEDNESBAT
MORGAN on THURSDAY.
JOSEPHINE on FRIDAY
HUTCHINSON on BATURDAY.
First class fare to Shreveport rn-Tins
hours.
Excursion tickets for the round &trlip
veston and re~l n. good for thirty days, ,
at $21.
Tickets and staterooms secured until ,
daily (Sundays excepted), at Agent's omo .
the Ferry Landing, on morning of de
Through tickets will be issued from
to the princeial Doints on the Houstn
Central Railroa on the Int
Great Northern Railroad. and Texas
Railroad.
0. A. WHITNEY & 00. ta
jel ly Corner Magazine and a t
NEW YORK.
MORGAN'S NEW YORK LINE ST
- o The following Al Iron Stec a
form this line
LONE STAR. ALGIERS.
NEW YORK, MORGAN OIPt..
GEN. WHITNEY.
The Iron Steamship
GEN. WHITNEY,
SATURDAY November 24.
INSURANCE TO NEW YORK .g
Freight for the above port received the
of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas
of Lafayette street, daily until 5 p.m.
Forfreight apply to
CHAS. A. WHITNEY & 00.. Agents.
jel ly Cor. Natchez and Magazine sWtree
FLORIDA.
FOR WARRINGTON PENSACOI.
MILTON. ?
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.I. :
The following first-class Al
ships will sail for the above p0
follows:
ALABAMA,
M. J. Faunarl.
Leaves SATURDAY, at p. m,
AM ITE,
L eaves Joseph F. Boyle,
The above steamers will leave as above,
site Jackson Square. Second District.
For freight or passage apl9on board
aul5 tf 18 and 20 U
HAVANA.
FOR HAVANA. CEDAR KEYS AND
WEST.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
The first-class steamship
MARGARET,
Baker commandeer,
will leave wharf foot of Calliope street.
TUESDAY. November 20. at 8 p. m.
Passage rates to Havana, 40s; Excarsuml
ets, 60o.
Passage rates to Jacksonville, Ut,
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading issued to all pol1
Florida,
For Freight or passage apply to
I. K. ROBERTS, 120 Common
Over Louisiana National
The steamship EMILY B. SOUDEB
on the - - . my
LIVERPOOL.
BERRA LINE OF STEAMSHIPS BE
NEW ORLEANS AND LIVERPOOL.
DIEGO...........-1684 tons .... Cat.
GUILLERMO....1225 tons ....Capt.
FEDERICO.....1423 tons... Capt.
PEDRO............ 765 tons... Capt.
CAROLINA ......1354 tons ....Capt. i
GRACIA .......... 908 tons ...Capt.
RITA ............. 859 tons.... Capt.
JUANA........... 757 tons... Capt.
The above powerfully built steams.
enter the New Orleans and Liverpool tra
ing thO' coming tall. Will regeive oottoa
sign through bills of lading to any portad'
Continent of Europe.
The steamship
RITA,
Capt. Gartae,
will sail from her wharf SATURDAY, Nov .W,
For freight and first class passage alPto -
RANGER. FATMAN d CO.. Alnt.
o0c4 ly 45 Carondelet ete
BREMEN.
NORTH GERMAN LLOS:
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW
LEANS, VIA HAVBRE, SOUTH
AMPTON AND HAVANA.
SThe steamships of the North
man Lloyd will resume their Regular
next fall, as follows:
From Bremen. From New Orlesans
FRANKFURT Oct.10 about Nov.14.
NURNBERG. Nov. 21 about Dec. 2.
FIRANKFURT. Dee, 19 about Jan. S -
These steamers touch outward at Havre
Havanra, and on their home trip atHavana
Southampton.
PRICES OF PASSAGE:
From Bremen. Southampton or Havre
vana or New Orleans-Cabin, $150 (gold);
age. Si (gold).
From New Orleans to Southampton, Haf3 -
Bremen-Cabin, s15o (gold); Steerage._6
From New Orleans to Havan.-a-- b
(gold); Steerage. $15 (gold).
Children under ten years, half pri-e;
dren under one year, free.
The company reserves the rfht to eh
route of the steamers, their adi aqitie sd
departure n ice of deo
SPassage tickets from 8ouei b
or Havre to New Orleas ý by.
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