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MARINE NEWS.
aNiem1ber, 1I.
Oleaed Tetse.l y.
Steamahlp Kniokerbooker, Kemble, for New York
A Moulton
Aun bark Lino, Buasanich, for Ronen-
John H Frerichs
Arrlvd.
Stetmship Gen Whitney, Freeman, from New York,
14th inat, to C A Whitney &oo-Algiers
Ital bark Gulseppe Qainte. (aplilo, 51 days from Ge.
no. to F R Terrabochia, in allast-ild di
Brit ship Walter D Wallett, Hatfield, 40 days from
London, to Hall & Vaughan- Point
Brig Annie Batchelder., teelman, from Aspinwall, to
lorton & Bell-Plo Tier
sTIAN OATS.
Mollie Moore. Allen, from St Lonuis
Iastrop, Hodge, from Lind Grove
Blue Wing No 3. Comstook, from Upper Coast
St Mary, Daiferes, from Laurel Valley
babel, O'Pry, from Lower Coast
Alvin, I ovell, from Fort Jackson
Belle. Harper, from Upper Coast
Trenton, Robbins. from Delhi
Lotus, Dannals, from Shreveport
Willie, Trinidad, from Camden
Altoe, Porter, from Madison-Noew Basin
1l -.
SBeloew-Coming Up and Walting Orders.
Ship Lorely, Marcussen, 50 days from Algiers. to
master
Brit bark Win Jackson, Allen, 50 days from Bristol,
to master
Sailed
or bark Peter Dahl, from London. previously re
ported below, waiting orders. sailed for Mobile
Expors:.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Knickerboker
6e} bales cotton 30 hhds tobacco 50 hhds tobacco 1607
('bbls molasses 100 bbls oil 87 bbls whisky 150 bbls rice
hbxsoranges 117 bdls hides 5 casks crockery 1800
Igo staves
BOUEN--Per bark Lino-437 bales cotton 26,912
3.50 bushels coin in bulk
Imperts.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Gen Whitney-As.
sorted mdse
LIVERPOOL-PIer ship Prince Rudolph-4400 eke
salt to order
]tUATAN-Per schr Lily of the Valley-t0,000
coeeannts 610 bunches bananas 4000 plantains 650
pin.applee J P Macheca &co
TUITPAN-Per scbr Gee Peabody--20 cedar logs H
Otis-1 case vanilla beans D Fa2Jo &co
VERA CRUZ-Per steamship Ha3tian- 353 bags
coffee 39 bales do Smith Bros &co--23 bags do Avon
dano Bros-4 cases c gars i Seig--O00 in specie Gor
-don & Gomila
Receipts of Preduee.
BT LOUIS-Per steamer Moltie Moore--4 bbls oil
a S Aitkens & Son-25 bbls mdse John I Adams &co
-95 cases bitters I Bloom &co-25 bhls apples M Bo
land-- jpkgs hardware Branch, Crookes &ce-- pkgs
mdse Crescent City Sprinkling C--2,9 bbls flour H
DeLBomdio-100 do E It Fairchild, Son &co-35 bbls
onions G W Davison &co--5 eks beer R Fasashbt
37 bdls paper M McGraw-ll :8 bbls flour 284 bhbl
meal 417 sacks bran 82 sacks corn Glover & Oden.
dahl-100 do Geo Heck &co--6 lxe ink A W Hyatt
470 bbis flour T A Hamilton &co-m- cases bests and
ahoes J Jeffereon-3o bbl kront J Keller-5 bbls flour
SLa ph-25 do H Lehman -8 bales cotton Lehman.
Abraham &oo--3 cases wine C Loohbrnner-14 pkgs
white lead W 8 Laooun-1 bbl apples Meyer, Weos &
o-130 bbls oil Page &co--40o bbl our Perdreau.
villa &ioo-75 do Prudhomme & Biggh--20 do NO d&
R1R T Co-O2 bbls beef Russell & HallI-41 res cast
ings Rice, Born &co-2u0 doz brooms I K loberts--39
pkgs meat 100 bbls floor Lkhwabacher, Frowenfeld &
Pfetfer-10 do F Stackle-100 do J A Stalger-100 do
160 sacks bran W Schindler--19 nos rope M Schwartz
& Bro-1-9 pkgs white lead Stauffer, Macready &co
-100 bble flour nchwabacherd& iirchb-35 bbls oil S
M Todd-15 bbls flour L Fraus--1300 do 2 pkgs meat
Vanrln & Mortimer-.0 bbls flour C A Whitney &co
-19 pkge mdse N 0 & M R R-I2 bbls apples I l)Del
Bondlo--10 bbls flour Gordon & Gomila -r78 do W
H Matthews & Bro-193 sacas coin Howard & Prees
ton-70 3J I Kent &co----6 do Oscar Chopin----l51
sacks cotton seed Planters' Oil Co-S0c sacks ollcake
meal T L Alrey &co--10 bbls flour '5 bbls pork Capt
MoGonnigle U S A-2 pkgs mdse Mrs D Graff-- do
J M BReshaw-.207 bales hay and snduries to order
Total 8 bales cotton 151 sacks co ton seed
LIND GROVE-Per steamer Bastrop- 171 bales
cotton Lehman, Abraham &dco--133 S W Raw ins
107 H Allison &cor---6 Jure & Gillis .... 65 Levy &
-Cl.k-50 Meyer, Wets &oo-48 Jno Phelps .too-3-J
Jan T Hardle &co-2-' Jno Chafe & Sons-- 9 G W
Retell &e-29l Payne, Kennedy &Io--9 J B Wolfe
.co-9 J L Harris &co- 6 Alcus.I8herok &I Antey
SNorwood k Richards--5 P J Cookburn-4 Ha C
Newnma-3 DL Kernlon--3 MGoOehee, 8nowden &
Violett--3 Clalbore &dco-2 WA Peale--2 March &
Schlenker-2 Howcott &ce-1 Ben Gerson--6 sacks
seed cotton Levy & Clark- 180 sacks cotton seed
Bienville Oil Co-104 do Union Oil C0-72 do Crescent
City Oil Co-72 do Louisiana Oil Co..195 do Planters'
-Oil Co00-80 do Jurey & Gillis-80 head cattle C Mehle
duro-9 do Noel & ,Wooten-sundries to order-Total
813 bales cotton 763 sacks cotton seed 26 sacks seed
Cotton 88 head cattle
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Blue Wing No 3-9
hhds sugar 50 bbls molasses Richard Mllllk. n-60 do
14 hhds sugar J W Burbridge &06--7 b.,'s molasses
E Bourgeois-1 do R Beltran--65 do 15 hhds sugar
L Godchaux-23 bbls molasses John I Adams o&o--9
hhds sugar E M Scott-31 bbls molasses F Bru ter
19 sacks cotton seed Crescent City Ol Co--40 do
Union Oil Co-- 8 sacks rough rice Thompson Rice
Mill-21 do Siewerd & Thompson--5 bbls molasses
Lananx & Sons- sunuries to order-Total 47 hhds
sugar a9 bbls molasses 52 sacks cotton seed 29 sacks
rough rice
LAUREL VALLEY- Per steamer St Mary-16
hhds sugar John I Adams &o--7 do Allen, Nugent
&oo-46 bbls molasses J A Blanc-73 do ,6 hhds sugar
' Lanaux- 45 bbls molasses J M Walsh- 46 do E
Bourgeolt--lO0 do 30 hhds sugar J A Lnm &co--3.
do Francioni & False-10 do J Pilarrison Jr &co--'3
do 51 bbls molasses Forstll & Jumonville---e5 do
Chism & Boyd-- 6 do G A Laniux- 50 do 6 hhds
sugar A Tmrtxou-8 b Is molasses Richard Milliken
70 do 8 hhds sugar R Beltran-14 do 50 bbls molasses
EM a8ott-30 do Conger & Kelly--63 do 5 hhds sugar
Renehaw. Canmmak &co--30 dio 110 bbls mularsee L
Godchaux-2. do order--2 bales cotton 3 bales moes
V H Bernard-52 sacks rough rice PIrseverance Mdll
-7 do J Foerster-56 co Franconl & Falie-sunaries
to order-Total 2 bales cotton 216 hbds sugar 826 bbls
molasses 115 sacks rough rice
DE lET-Per steamer Trenton-103 bales cotton
Ino Chafe & Sons-S- Meyer, Weas &co-44 Jurey &
-(hills-39 Bickham & Moore- 31 Alcus, Soberck &
Autoy-30 Temple 8 Coons &co--8 Gwyn & Dyer-
10 Allen, Nugent &coe-nO J L Harris &io-eo Bea
dles, Wood &ce--19 T L Airey &co--18 Graham,
Black &co-16 C L Walmsley Ice-15 8 B Newman
too--I Lehman, Abraham &o-11i Ben Gerson-8
Rtchardson & May-4 Richard Flower doo-2 Jose ph
Hatre- 1 8 Gumbel-i H & C Newman-1 March &
-ohlenker-1 W A Peale--1818 sacks cotton seed to
order-62 do Alcua, Scherck & Autey-50 C L Walm
ley &doo-13 do Louisiana Oil Co--.andrIes to order i
-Total 495 bales cotton 1940 sacks cotton seed
LOWER COA ST -Per steamer Isabel----O hhds I
a-gar J W Burbridge &co--31 do 20 bbls molasses
Richard Milliken-20 do L Godchaux--sundries to 1
order-Total 51 hhds sugar 40 bbis molasses
FORT JACKSON-Per steamer Alvin- 43 hhds
segar B Johnson-26 do Jno Dymond- -9 do 30 bbls
molasses A Thomson &co-35 do Chism & Boyd-127
bible rice A Socola-17 do L heder &co--50 sacks
roung rice G W Terrell &co-21l do Steward & Thomp.
aon-51 do G A Lanaux-sundries to order-Total 78
hhds sugar 75 bbls molasses 144 bble rice 122 sacks
roeh rice
UPPER COAST- Per steamer Belle-40 bbls mo
lassee Schmidt & Ziegler-50 do L I Sarpy-32 do F
Brogier-34 do C T bonia----10 do 12 hhds sugar P
Lan.ux- 3 do 20 bbls molasses R Beltran-2' do
Lanaux & Sons- 67 sacks rough rice GA Lanaux
1-I do Bush & Levert--ll do Perseverance Mill--sun
dries to order-Total 300 bbls molasses I5 hhdis sugar
101 sacks rough rice
SHRIEVE'PORIT-Per steamer Lotus-- 940 bales j
aotton N O & R T Co-2e7 do Jno Phelps &oo--184
Jno Chaffe & Sons--IS5 G W Sentell &co-139 Kirk
iataick & Keith--103 to order-95 Moore & Coleman
-6 Clapp Bros &co-54 R T Butkner & Bro-4t Jno
T Hardle &co--4. H Wilson jr-42 Alous, Scherok & C
Ausey-30 Meyer, Weis &do--L22 J P Davis &doo--0 b
-C L Walmsley &ko-1C-I J W Bnmbridre &co--15 J P
Harrison jr dco..12 J L Harris doo--10 Jurey & Gil
his-8 S W Rawlins-7 Lehman. Abraham dio--5
Payneo, Kennedy &o--4 Britton & Mayson-sondries
to order-Deouct 134 bales cotton Irom the above,
to arrive per steamer Maria Louise-Actual total
.98 bales cotton
CAMDEN-Per steamer Willie----184 hales cotton
Jmtey & Gillis-- 76 J L Harnia &co--l; llIirsch, ArI
ler &co----70 J B Wolle &c---48 J WV White--:--37
Meyer, Weis &oo--34 Alous. Scherck & Autey--lt
"T L Airey d&co..17 Jae Phelps &dco--16 T J Carver
16 Claiborne &oo-l10 H Allison &co-9 SlIenderson
3 Jno Casfe d& Sona--2 Yale & Bowling- 2 C L
W.almsley &co--1 Forstall & Jumonville--290 sacks
cotton seed 3 sacks seed cotton and sundries to otder
-Total 749 bhales cotton a
RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
Madison Per steamer Alice-sundries to order
Bfi.lxi-Per schr tosaviller--I000 bble charcoal to 1
Pearl River-Per schr Gen Washington----40,000 n
feet lumber to W W Carre oo
Blind River-Per schr Monterey-35 cords wood to 3
master
Pearl River-Per schr Alice McGuigen-35.000 feet
lumber to order
Bayou Latombe---Per schr Tonnaire--1000 bbls
harooal to master
RECEIPTS AT THE OLD BASIN.
Jordn Rver-Per schr Moneta-30000 feet lumber -
arder
Pearl River-Per sanb Try Again-35,000 feet lhm.
betatone..Pda r UbM r-8 aade w4 to maste B
BYa- ct rr~~ tB tr d
I~ua- -~rt
Beoni .laea-P.r ebth w Heamseý --UO bbMs
med to order
MuandvillU-Per ser Keno-1 eerdser wood master
By, lalthrmds.
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXLA BAIL.
ROAD.
Nov 91-6 bblh molasses D A Given:& Son--43 do
Joe Vignes-1-. do 10 bhds sugar Bush & Levert-0O
do 63 bbls molasses F P Seovin-50 do 16 hhds suger
L Godcbhaux- 23 do 75 bbls molasses Ronhard Mill.
ken-24 do 8 hhds sungar I Beltran--8 do 11 bbls mo
lasses Doize &co-4 do A N Leine-61 hf do Chaffe,
Hamilton & Powell-55 bbls molasses J 1M Lockhart
-3 do 12 bhds sugar H Allison &oo--94 do 50 bbls
molasses Clapp Bros&oo--60 do 11 hbds sngarRobert
Hare 5 do J M Putman-I1 do Conger & Kelly-3
do 4 bbli molasses John I Adams &co--i0 do Delgado
&oo-4 do G Pascal &oo-15 do John T Moore &co-4
do 3 hhds sugar A W Bosworth--15 bbis molasses
Stewart Bros &co-2 tanks do E J Gay &co-7 bales
cotton Clapp Bros koo-2 A Tertron--- Rt Beer-2
Newman & Jones- 3 Rycosik & Manade-273 esa-ks
rough rice J Foerster-1 bbl rice 1 bdi gr hides 4 half
bhales moss F P Sevi--4 do Jno P Weber-1 bbl mo
lasses 1 hf do N O & 4M R R-- "bdls green hides V H
Bernard-4 bales moseh J Chapsky-251 sacks rough
rice to order-83 head cattle A Boutte--Total 16 bales
co ton 524 sacks rough rice 155 hhds sugar 649 bbls
molasses 2 tanks do i62 hf bbls molasses
Per steamship Whitney, from Cltnton- 13 pkgs
pecans 390 baes cotton C A Whitney &co--61 CL
Walmaley &Co---1 Jno T Hardle &oo--134! sacks
ootton seed N O Cotton Seed Assooiation--li9 do A
A Maginnis Sons-187 do Union Oil Co-6 bales rags
M Sthwarts & Bro-144 racks oats A A Greenwood
&co-Total 472 bales cotton 2820 sacks cotton seed
144 esoacks oats
From Galveston-14 bales hides C A Whitney oo
-$500 in go'd B F Flanders
Per steamship I C Heri is, from iravos Santiago-
1800 pigs lead i3 bales wool 60 bags do H bales skins 2
bhales hair 118 dry hides C A Woitney &co--s$51 in
specie Anderson & Simpson-$ 57 do Smith Bros &co
-$500 do Zuberbier & Belhan-Total $ib79 in specie
From Fulton-1036 bas beef 26 bxs tongues 330 bdls
w a hbles O A Whitney &co
From Rockport-60 bags wool C A Whitney &co
NEW ORLRANS, JACKSON AND NORTHEIIRN
RAILROAD.
Nov 21-481 bales cotton to order-184 Richardson
& May-144 Bickham & Moore--i S O Thomas &co
-77 Lehman. Abraham &co-76 Stewart Bros &co
59 Aleas, Soherok & Autey-55 Meyer Weis &co-43
Via-ten, Hawkins &co- 37 March & 4,hlenker-34
Jno T Hardie &co--29Chaffs, Hamilton & Powell--22
J L Harris &co-22 Kirkpatrick & Kieth-20 Allen,
Nugent &co-17 Britton & Mayson-i7 Allen, West
& Bush--16 Jno Phelps &co-lO J & G Cromwell--13
J W White-ll Beadles, Wood &co-l G W Sentell
&co-10 Payne. Kennedy &o---9 H Groebel-8 L H
Gardner &co--8 H & C Newman--8 E II Wilson &
Mills-- It T Buckner & Bro-8 C LWalmsley co
7 Jno Chaffe & Sons-7 Clapp Bros &co-6 8 B New
man &co-5 Gordin &co-4 J B Wolfe &co--4 Nalle
& Cammack-2 W A Peale--2 T L Airey &co--2
John I Noble-I Wang & Cottam-1 Howcott &co-1
T J Carver-1 Moore & Coleman---Total 1571 bales
cotton
100 bbls flour T A Hamilton &o---10 do Glover &
Odendahl-100 blUs meal C H,Lawrenoe &co-140 bbl
potatoes 4912 pee meat 5 bbls ribs Howard & Preston
-5 horses M Welsh-2 cars machinery 8 B Steers &
co--5 horses W Jennings-5 boxes muse Levy Eros-
I bx garden seeds Lochte & Cord.-Il do Thus Simms
& Levy--I car live stock Alford & Martin-l car
hoop poles Payne, Kennedy &co-1 bag potatoes Mrs
J Plerco--1 car lumber A W Moffatt &co--lot hh
goods E T Herwig-25 bble whisky 28 beer kegs F
Hollander-2-5 bbls whisky H R Gogreve-40 bx mo, .t
3380 peo do C 11 Dolseu-50 bbls oil P & P' ( L Co
40 bxs meat J G Spor-1 ear cabbage Burkenhead &
Schwabsaher--ae crates cabbage 6i bbis apples 10
bbls potatoes Stephene & Stork-130 pkgs beer J Zie
gler-180 do C M Kramer----5 bbls whisky John T
Moore & -o-S5 do B H Fiashpoller--19 dry hides I
hhd green hides HI H Hansell-2 bxs soap 2 bxs soda
White & Byrne-10 bsra yeast W G Lyons &co-- do
Schmidt,& Ziegler--6 tierces hams J A Norton-15
bbls beans W W Kingewell-5 firkins butter 5 toes
shoulders E F Delliondlo--- bbl sunudries Re W S
A'exander-1 bx pa rut medlcine A Swith---l rox
hardware M H Applegate-8 tubs butter W H liar
rns-1 box mdne E T Seilz:r-5 rolls paper E Thorup
son-5 cases candy D Motht.t &ro-l box pleaters M
K Rogers-4 hhda bacon Schwa.acher, Frowenfeld &
Pfeifer----0 bbls whisky Smith Iroes &co--15 rolls
leather P Thormahlon-- 5 do J E Merihl----16 bbls
onions 4 bbls potatoes J C Murphy &co- l;0 tales
sheuting Lehman. Abraham &co-30 -age peanuts J
N Sheerer--2r bbls turnips P Meyer----. sacks oil
cake Anderson & Simpson- 150 boxes candles C A
French-S tierees shoulders 5 bxsa loins J Nelson &co
-20 bills paper J Meyer-1 case cigars I car cabbage
J P Macheea &co-- boxes do 6 bbls krout Grove &
Wlldermann- 58 bbls whisky 18 pkgs do 23 pkgs
hardware lot hh goods 1 car lurniture C A Whitney
&co-20 bxs garden seeds N O & M It i--140 bbls ap
ples 10 bbls eggs Miller & Myeer--i car potatoes 20
bbs potatoes 140 bbls onions M Stich & Son--3 cars
potatoes 140 bbls potatoes 49 bbls potatoes 33 bbls
turnips E Doherty-I50 bbls potatoes J Keller- 109
bbls potatoes 11 bbls onions 9 crates cabbage Grove
&d Wildermann-Total 200 bbls flour 208 bble whisky
80 bxes meat 4358 pos do 861 sacks oileake
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
Nov 21--41 bales cotton to order-41 Deesn &co
20 Allen, West & Bush-I car cabbage J P Macheca
&co-2 coops poultry Miller & Meyer--l2 pkgs mdse
Geo Ohr--l91 sacks cotton seed NO Cotton Seed As
sociation--444 pe bulk sides Howard & Preston
1717 pcn bulk shoulders Sobhwabacher & Hirsch- 25
tubs butter C H Lawrence &co--23 bhol beef Vose
Bros-10 bbls whisky 15 half do Marx & Kemper-5
bbls sausage E F DelBondio--6 do Zuberbier & Be
han-40 bble whiskv Magale & B--15 halt bbls beef
Vose Bros-4 boxes hardware H Halter-50 kegs pigs
feet Schwabsbher, Frowenfeld & Pfeifer- 50 boxes
cheese Marx & Kemper-24 hhds tobacco J P Sarazin
-sundries to order-Total 482 bales cotton 291 sacks
cotton seed 24 hhds tobacco
NEV ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD
Nov 21-31 bbis molasses H Murray-8 do 18 hhds
sugar Z Bourgeois.-7 bbls molasses Lanaux & Sons
40 do Meyer, Weis &co-47 do J Thibaut--46 do F
Brugier--20 do 12 hhds sugar R Beltran--181 sacks
rough rice Joseph Vignes-119 do Lananx & Sons
168 oo ~ange & Legendre--Total 199 bbls molasses 30
hhds sugar 468 sacks rough rice
Memoranda.
By Telegraph.
New York, November 21, 1877.
To C A Whitney &co
The steamship Morgan City. IRead. arrived at noon
to-aay
To A Motn New York November21, 1877.
To A Moulton
Tne steamship Hudson, Capt Gager. arrived at
noon to-day
UHAS.. LACOUiE,
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer,
568 T. CHARLES STREET,
Near Gravior street, New Orleans, La.
Sole Agent
For Goldsborough, Forster & Co.'s celebrated
BAKER RYE, and W. W. Johnson & Co.'s OLD
KELLAR BOURBON. Both of above Whiskies
are distilled expressly for C. LACOUME; also,
have on hand numerous other brands of fine
goods.
Bar, grocery and family trade supplied.
Also, proprietor of
St. Charles Bar and Billiard Rooms,
Under St. Charles Hotel.
BRANCH BARS.
13 Carondelet strcet--l1 Bourbon street.
And dealer in all sorts of BILLIARD GOODS
and TRIMMINGS. oce 3m
GAS FIXTURES FOR SALE,
Below New York Wholesale Prices,
EITHER TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIO GEN.
ER4LLY.
Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooke
Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can
be bought, for cash, at less than factory anota
tions, at 60 Camp street,
a2el iy JOHN G. PLEMING. Agent.
HENRY KLUNG,
LITHOGRAPHER, ENGRAVER
-AND
PRI 1NT E3R.
1. ......... Magazine treet ......a11
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
All work executed at New York prices. iy2s ly
F. BUSCH,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
No. 1. Commercial Place. New Orleans.
BELL HANGING, IRON RBAILRINGS, AND
General House Work attended to at short
notice and reasonable prices. Al 3:. Vaults.
Locks and Cooying Presses repaired: Duplicate
Keys of all descriptions made. Safe repair
ina a soeeialtv mve '7
T. A. BECK,
Offie and Salesroom, No. S2 Peters at.,
Manufactory Carondelet Walk. between Boman
and Preur streets, New Orleans.
Hastnstantl on had sar Hogshead,
eBa - afB L.Kesadru
Be , Barrefanewand second- 0
ETZAW OATL
GRBAT REDUCTITlI.
SCABIN PABSSAGE TO
VICKSBURG ........6. NATCTIPZ ...........ws
BAYOU SARA. ..... 4 BATON ROUGE..... 8
The above rates will be acnceted by the ,Il
lowing pasµrner steamers: CITY OF ALTON,
SUSIE HILVEIt COMMONWEALTH. CEN.
TENNIAL, BELLE OF HIREVEPORIT.
Apply to J. B. WOODS & CO.. Agents,
not t1 104 Common streot.
MEMPRIII.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET.
Loeaves on THURI1DAY November 22, at 5 v. m.
S. FOR NA'CHEZ, VICKSBURG,
Greenville, Arkapolis. T'rrene,
Helena. Memphis and the Bonds
The passenger stearn,'r
JNO. A. mCUDDER,
J. F. ltcks, master, Chas. Dix, clerk.
will leave ts above, paying particular attention
to all way and plantation business. Through
bills lading to all points on White and Arkan
sas rivers, via Terrene.
For frolght or passage apply on hoard, or to
no2n C. 0. WAYNE, lo6 Gravior street.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET.
Leaves on WEDNE.SDAY, Nov. 28, at 5 p. m.
SFOR NATCHEZ, VICKSBURG
Greenville, Arkapolls. Terrene
Heleona, Memphis and the boends
The splendid opasseng e steamer
THOIMPSON DEAN,
Jas. H. Pepper. master, Frank Beck. Jr.. clerk.
will leave as above. paying particular aitention
to all way ani bend freights. Rates given and
through bills lading signed to all points on
White and Arkansas rivers. For freight or pas
sage apply on board or to
BIIOCKETT & CARTER, a8 Magazine st.
JANNEY & WORK, loe Common street.
Through bills of lading signed to Pine Bluff
and stations on the Little RItok Mississippi
River and Texas Railway, via Arkapolts, Ark..
and to Little IRoclt(l sHttioins on the Mem
phis and Little Rock Railroad, via Hopofield,
Ark.
BROCKETT & CARTER, Agents.
0025 38 Magazine street.
MEMPHIS AND BENDS PACKET.
LEAVES EVERY OTHER WEEK.
FOR MEMPHIS, HELENA, TER
rence. Arkopolis, Greenville. Lake
Providence. Vicksburg and the
Bends-The iron steamer
CHAS. P. CIIOITEAU,
W. H. Thorwegan, mnaste.r,
G(eo. Miltenberger. clerk.
will commence her trips in the tradl,, as above.
dnrng the latt4er part of Novemiber,and continue
throughout the L5season.
J. B. WOODS A CO., Agents.
8e27 tf 104 Common street.
AIIKANSAS RIVER.
REGULAR ARIK4NSAS RIVER PACKET.
Leaves on 8ATUIlDAY. November 24, at 5 p. m.
F FOiR FORT SMITH, VAN BUREN
IDardanelle, Little Rock, Pine Blue
aLil all way lanlings-The light draft,
fine and fast passenger st.IamLer
AMHL , ND,
.J. A. Williams master, J. T. Alexander clerk,
will leave, as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to,
V. C. DENTZE,, Agent,
no22 8:3 Natchez street.
BAYOU RARTHIOLOMEW.
NEW O(It,EANS AND OUACHITA RIVER
'J I:ANHPOItTATION COMPANY.
REGULAR BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW
PACKET.
Leaves SATURIDAY, November 21, at 5 p. m.,
FORI l'O'LAll BL:PF. POINT
I'larsant and all way landings on
ltiayou Bartholomew -- The fine
steamer
BASTROP,
Gus Hodgen, mastr. Sim Goodwin. ilerk,
Will leave as above, taking freight for all land
ings on the Blaek and Ouachita riversiis high as
the mouth of Ba:on Bartholomew. for freight
or passage apply on board or to
Capt. F. A. BLANKS.
President, No. 2 Canal street, corner Delta.
lITE & CAII,IN. BRITTON A EPPLER,
JANNEY & WORK, LORD & McIPEAKE.
no21 Agents.
BAYOU MACON AND TENSMA.
REGULAR BAYOU MACON AND TENSAS
PACKET.
Leaves on T'IIfUISDAY, Nov. 22. at 5 p. m.
)FOR FLOYD, MONTICELLO,
SIRtichardlson's Landing. Delhi, Point
Malin, Warsaw, Crockett's Point.
Osborn's Landing. Cut-Off. and all interme
diate landings-The: pisongrer steamer
J. L. Robblns, master,
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
LORD A McPEAKE.
JANNEY & WORK, Agents.
nol8 HITE A CARLIN.
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
FOR CAMDEN DIRECT.
Leaves THURSDAY November 22 at 5 p. m.
FOR OAMDEN. ELDORADO,
Ouachita City, Trenton. Monroe,
Columbia, Harrisonburg. Trinity
and all intermediate landings-The steamer
COTTON VALLEY.
(In place of the Willie.)
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 A CARLIN BRITTON & EPPLER,
JANNEY & WORk. LORD A McPEAKE,
no20 Agents.
INDEPENDENT OUACHITA RIVER PACKET.
Leaves SATURDAY November 24, at 5 p. m.
• . FOR CAMDEN. ELDORADO.
Chamoagnollo, Ouachita City. Tren
ton. Monroe and all way landings
The A No. 1 and heat oassenRer steamer
FAMCHON,
T. C. Sweeney, master. A. J. McConnell. clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
J. B. WOODS A CO., 104 Common st.
no20 JNO. F. DOUGLAS. 11 Gravier at.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANSIPOBTATION COMPANY.
OUACHITA OITY, TRENTON AND MONBON
Weekly Ouachtlta City U. 8. Ball PaskeL,
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 5 D. m..
SFOB OUACHITA OIT, TREN
t ton. Monroe and all town landings
The steamer
JOHq WILMON,
tIn place of John H. Hanna.)
Joe Holmes. mmaster. B. G. Cornwell. clork.
Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the
rfight 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,
BITE & CARLIN BRaTTOR hi EPPLEE.
JANNEY & WORK. LORD & MoPEAKE, Ag'ts.
P. 8.-Has regular connection with all the
tributaries. fell tf
SHIPS.
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
FOR PROVIDENCE. RHODE ISLAND.
The first-class schooner A. H. HICKMAN
Shaw, master. is now loading and will
have prom rt dlspat,'h.
For freight or passage apply to the captain.
on board, Picayune Tinr. Second I)strict, or
to WILLIAM CREEVY,
nols 49 Carondelet street.
W. W. FARIER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MONROE. LOUISIANA.
Practices in the parishes of Ouachita, More
house and Richland. Claims taken for collec
tion in all other parishes, with privilege of man
aging same in connection with attorneys resid
inft Are -*A aThuly
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOH1 HAlNSE
as and 85 Canal street. New Orleans.
TO ALL SOUTHERN CITIZENS.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves any
am determined to help build up the manufac
turlng interest of our native State in order to
hel the laboring classes and keep the money,
which would otherwise go to the North. at home.
About a year ago I started my Pactcry, and by
using the best material and payina my hands
promptly, I have been enabled to extend my
bsinse and support women and
g gMould hav otherwiel y the Statei
mt rbprF
IrAEMBOAIW.
ONIO NItlEIL
BEGUL&B GINOINNATIN LOUI8VITNT AND
NEW ORLENB PACKET LINE.
Composed of the following steamers, viz:
THOMAS SHERLOCK. GOLDEN CITY,
CHAH. MORGAN, GOLDEN CROWN,
A. C. DONALLY GOLDEN RULE,
ROBT. MITCHELL, C. B. CHURCH,
CHEROKEE, NEW MARY HOUSTON.
SONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS
will leave Now Orleans ever y TUES
DAY. THURHDAY and HATUIRDAY.
connecting with all railroads and ,rekot lines
running out. from Cincinnati giving through
bills of lading to all points. For through rates
and all information at ply to
C. G. WAYNE. Agent,
oc23 106 Gravior stroeet.
Lnaves on TIIUIRSDAY. Novembor 22, at S V. m.
FOlR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE, EVANH
ville. If!nderson. Hhawne:t own, lPaducah. Cairo,
Menmplhis, and all intermediate points-The
CHEROKEE,
G0o. Wolf, mnster, Andy By.rs, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or pa ssago
apply on board, or to
noisy C. G. WAYNE, 10, Gravier street.
VICKSBURG, YAZOO AND TALLA
HATCHIE.
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS. VICKSBURG,
YAZOO AND TALLIAHATCHIE THROUGH
PACKET.
LEAVES EVERIY WEDNESDAY.
I. 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 nssage apply on board, or to
JANNEY & WOK,. 106 Common at.
oe14 tf R. W. ADAMS. 21 Commercial Place.
LAFOURCIIE,
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO LAUREL VALLEY.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 6 p. m.. and SAT
URDAY at lo a. m.
TIIE SPLENDID PASSENGER
steamer
mT. MARY,
Joe Dalferes. master. E. Nicoll, clerk,
Pays particular attention to way business and
rot urns down the coast overy MONDAY and
THURSDAY. For freight or passage apply on
board. no13 tf
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
t'OAtT PACKET,
THROUGH TO THIIiODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 ,. m., and FIIDAY
at 1l0 . nm.
rla THE NEW T'ASENGER STEAMER
AMM.UMiPTION,
P. A. Charlet. mastr. N. Z. Dupuls. clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business, and
returns down the coast every Sunday and
Wednesday. For freight or passage agply on
board or to IB. I VET.
nos; 105 Decatur street.
TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUWBHE AND
COAST PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 10 a. m., THUBS
DAY and SATURDAY at 12 m.
ki THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMED
HENRY TETE,
J. F. Aucoin master, M. H. Landry clerk.,
Pays particular att< "aon 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.
Io0 Decatur street.
P. S.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight
in daylight.
BATON ROUGE.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 1o a. m. and
SATURDAY at 5 p. m.,
SThe passenger steamer
MT, JOHN,
J. P. McElroy. master.
Leaves 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
s026 tf E. 0. MELANCON. 32 Bienvillo st.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m,, and FRIDAY
at 12 m.,
A ft The jeasenger steamer
JOHN B. HANNA,
F. Bergeron master, L. P. Delshoussaye clerk.
Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Plaque
mine, Donaldsonville and all coast landings
returning every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY
EVENINGS.
For freight or Dassae apply on board or to
se82 E. 0. MELANCON. 32 Blenville
OPELOUSAS.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p. m.
S. FOR WASHINGTON. OPELOU
ass, Port Barre, Simmsport Church
ville and all landings on the Coast,
Atchafa'aya river and Bayou Oourtableau--Tho
splendid pasaenuer steamer
LES$IE TAYLOR,
M. Kenison, master, Eug. Quatrevaux, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
R. W. ADAMS,
No. 21 Commercial Place.
HITE & CARLIN,
No. 4 Tehouvitoulas street.
Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole
and Minnie Uo4
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every SATUIRDAY, 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, Theo. 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 Devil with steamers Creole
and Minnie. ja22 tf
BAYOU SARA.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA
ANT COAST PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
at 5 p. m.
FOR BAYOU SARA WATERLOO,
A Hermitage. Port fickey, Baton
Rouge. Plaquemine and way land
ings-The fast and sRlendld passenger steamer
OUACHITA BELLE
(Re~resenting new boat hbuilding),
John C. 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, 82 Graviler st.
LORD & McPEAKE. 46 Camp street.
au29 HITE & CABLIN. 4 Tchoupitoulas at.
BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
STR. GOV. ALLEN. STR.
John J. Brown Master. A. Dugas Master
S. FOR BAYOU SARA, WATERLOO.
B Hermlitage. Port Hudson. Lobdoell's
Store, Baton Rouge, Plaunemine,
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 applyon board or to
HITE & CARLIN.
No. 4 Tehounitoulas street,
JANNEY & WORK.
iv31 tf No. lo6 Common street
OFFICE "CONVEYANCE 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," peculiar to
our system, enables us to give information
immediately,
Attornes,. Notarie, Auctioneers. Land
. nts u Srvneors, and all parties interested in
T.et e axre Iaited to call ad ox
muu *IVEu.
Red Rimer and Texas.
NEW ORE ANS AND RED R vE N
PON TA ON CMPAY AD TEXAS PA.ý
IFIC RAILWAY AND CONNECTIONS.
Through bills of lading and through passeq
aer tickets to all landings on Red River, and at,
railway stations in Texas. The best route t(
Hot Springs.
The followin splendid and fast steamern
composing the line will leave as advertised be
low
F' belle. Maria Louise. Texas.
, H. Durfee, Col. A. P. Kouns. Lotus No. .
W.JBehan. Bonnie Lee Dawn.
FO.: 8HREVEPORT. JEFFER.
son, Kot Srlngs, and all land
stations in Te on Red River and railway
stations in Texas.
FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEFFERSON.
Lotus eo. 3. D. I). Dannals mastor,
Loaves THIUItSDAY. November 22. at a p m.
Marla l-ulse. H. J. Brinker. master.
Leaves 8ATURDAY. Nvem ber 24. at 5 p. m.
FOR MINIDEN.
W. J. Behan, (o, Wilkinson, master.
Leaves nATUIIDA.Y Novombor 24, at 5 p. m.
No wharfboat oharges. drayageor oommisslot
will be charged at monuth of Red River. or a
New Orleans. in forwarding freight oonsigned
to the company by bill lading.
For freight or pmaage apply on boardZ the
oste, or at the office oif the oom an. 0o.11
wasvier street, JOB. A, es ti.
HIT & OAILIN BRTT 0 n
lu LOW D & MoAKR. Aents.
WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKETa.
, FOR GRAND ECOP.E. MONT.
gomery. Alexandria. Norman's Bar.
bin's and way landings-The steam
ersa
DAWN.
C. P. Trusrw, master C. W. Drown, elork,
Leaves every TUIEDAY, at 5 p. m.
NEW BART ABLE,
Richard Sianott, master Geo. Hamilton, clerk,
Leaves overy SATURDAY. at 5 p. m.
Will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to R. W. ADAMS.
aua0 No. 21 Commercial Place.
VICKODURG, GREENVILLE ARGYLE,
ARKAPOLIO AND IBEND8.
Leaves EVERY MONDAY, at 5 D. m.
FOR ARKAPOLIS, GREENVILLE,
Argyle, Vicksburg and the Bends
The fine and fast passenger packet
KATIE,
J. W. Tobin, master; W. N. Calmes. clerk;
eonncting at Vi'ksburg with Parisott's Line for
all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie rive: s.
Boat reserves the right ito pass all landings
that the captain may deem unsafe.
JANNEY A WORF
BROCKETT & CARTER.
R. W. ADAMS.
Through bills lading given to Trenton, Mon
roe and all stations on Vieksbusrg, Shreveport
and Texas Rallroad. Also, to all points on Ark.
apolls and Pine Bluff Railroad.
BROCKETT & CARTER. Agents,
oc6 .38 Magazine street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TUES IAY at 5 p. m.
S . FOR VICKSBURG, NATCHEZ
Davis' Bend and intermediate land
ings-TI" steamer
ROBERT It. LEE,
William Campbell, master,
A. McVay clerk,
leaves as above, connecting at Vicksburg with
Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo. Sun
flower, Deer Creek and Tdalahatchie.
R. W. ADAMS,
JANNEY & WORK.
HITE & CARLIN. Agents.
Will give throngh bills of lading to Trenton,
Monroe. and all stations on the Vicksburg,
Shreveport and Texas Railroad via Delta, La,
W. B. BROGKETT, Agent,
de21 38 Magazine street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every THURSDAY at c5 . m.
FOR GREENVILLE, VICKSBURO
and the Bends-The fine and fast
passenger packet
FRANeK ARGOED,
J. M. White master. C. Holmes clerk.
Will leave as above, connecting at Vicksburg
with the "Parisot Line" for all points on Yuzoo
and Tallahr chie rivers. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
JANNEY & WORk,
R. W ADAMS,
BRO(KETT & OCA&TER.
Through Bills of Lading given to Trenton
Monroe and all stations on Ylckeburg, Shrove
port and Texas Railroad.
mh27 BROCKETT & CARTER.
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every SATURDAY. p. m.
_I~ FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' BEND
Natchez and all intermediate land.
ings-The passenger packet
T. P. Leathers masts: J. F. Muse clerk,
connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line for Memphis.l Cairo and
St. LouIs.
This boat reserves the right to pass all land
ings that the Captain may consiler unsafe.
For freight or passage apply: n board, or to
JANNEY & WORK. .,. Commo, street
BITE & CARLIN 4 Tchoupito,..m street.
Will give through bills of lading to Trenton.
Monroe and all st..dons on Vicksburg, Shreve.
port and Texas Railroad. via Delta, La.
W. B. BROCKETT, Agent,
myS 38 Magazine street.
DONALDaONVILLE.
FORDONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW ORLEANS
AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
THE STEAMER
S T. FRANCIS BELLE,
Will'am Gibson, master,
Will leave the head of Bienville street at 7:30
a. m. for Westwego, with passengers for all sta
tions on the New Orleans and Texas Railroad.
Returning, will arrive at 5:45 p. m. Same boat.
connceting with Sunday Accommodation Train
will leave at 8 a. in., returning same day at e p.
m.
Freight received at the same Dlac up to 4:30
o'clock will be delivered at its destination next
morning.
oclo tf 0. E. PAYNE, Superintendent.
UPPER COAST.
BLUE WING LINE.
UPPER COAST DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY
LINE TO BONNET CARRE AND ASH
LAND PLANTATION.
STEAMER
BELLE,
H. E. Harper. master, J. E. Brou. clerk.
Will leave New Orleans daily (Saturdays except.
edi at9 a. m. for Bonnet Carre. no13 tf
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATUBDAY at 1to a. m.
, FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION.
Ascension parish, Donaldsonville
and all coast landings-The fine
side-wheel passenger steamer
BLUE WING NO B.
J. A. Comstock master.
Geo. M. Woods and Oham. Dean, clerks
Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash
land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Sun
day, coming down the coast in daylight. icr
freight or passage a pll on board or to
ap22 S. HENO. 19 Conti street.
P. S. All freight delivered in the daytime.
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER CO ºST M. I.
DAILY LINE OF PACKETS.
SFOR BEN. TUREAUD'S, ASCEN
sion and all plantation landings.
The steamer
MARY IDA,
J. A. Ruiz master. - - , clerk
Leaves TUESbAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS, at 10 a. in.
The steamer
Alcide Albert master. Arthur Nicolle, clerk.
Leaves MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS, at 10 a. m. ioth boats return on alter
nate days and in daylight. For freight or pas
sage apply on board or to
sel W. J. COMAUX. 20 Conti street.
LOWER COAST
1877. Lower Coast Packets. 1L78.
NEW ORLEANS AND GULF TRANSPORTA
TION COMPANY.
The following steamers will leave
as below, carrying the United States
mails
MARTHA, W S. BASSET '. master,
Leaves TUESDAY and THURSDAY, at 12 m..
for Port Eads, and SATURDAY. at 5 D. m., for
Port Ends and Pilot Town.
ALVIN2 W. T. SCOVELL master,
Leaves MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRI
DAY, at 12 m., for Port Ead3 and way land
in fSlerk 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.
thor freight or ya on bo.ard or t
•ri .mIa.]rs o.,Jl. 8Uo6 SCit. -
MO'GANM LINE U. S. MAIL
The !oilowang low-presasure Iron Steam
form these lines:
HARLA I. 0 HARRIS W
INT0ý7 CITY OF NOB .
ARANBAS. now .ilding.
Plyinsf from Morgan lOs. oon Salvag
Morgan s Louilana and eas ][n ro -
For Indlanola, via Ivnt iin
rnes aving Morgan City iSUolA,
TUESDAY, THUIPWDAY, connect at sai,
transferrin there toJ Ht~amer (.iT% o1j
FOLK both freight and passenger
Through bills lading signedto H
to all points aeyond on theonton
Central and&. li. and S. A. B. R~, I
and Great Northern Railroad, and
and Texas Railroad, via Clinton, and the
Transportation Oompany.
Freight charged as er new card rate
San Antonio fretghDs received and fore
via Clinton and Galveston, Houston a l
Antonio Ballway.
The Iron steamer
I. C. HARRIS
Will leave on
THUIISDAY. November 22.
Lighterage at Brazos Santiago at risk =a
pense of consignees.
Freight received for and bills ladi
only to Brownsville, via Rio Grands
as per new tariff, loss zi per cent.
Freight payable In gold. :
For Corpus Chriati , tn
St. Mary's. via Rookport-Th1j.
steamer ST. MARY,
Will leave Morgan City on
THURSDAY. November 22.
Lighterage to Corp us Chrlsti (It any) i
and expenseo consigneoes.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton . .
Rockgort.
Freht for all the above polnts ree. l
Depot Morgan's Louisiana and T*ex"
foot of Lafayette street, daily, until I I
PASSENGER AND MAIL HOUTE,
For Galveston, Houston and
Passengers take Railroad Ferlbe foot
Ann street, at 8:30 a. m.. reaching Rorg
atea2:25 p m thar nnen tt
JOtEPHINE on SUNDAY.
HUTCHINSON on MO)DAY.
CLINTON on TUESDAY
WHITNEY on WEDNESD Y
MOROAN on THURSDA
.JOSEPINE on FRIDA
HUTCHINSON on SAT ..AI
First class fare to Shreveport u-I S
hours.
Excursion tickets for the round trip
vestop and return, good for thirty days,
at $21.
Tickets and staterooms secured ut
daily (Sundays excepted), at Agent's
the Ferry Landing, on morni f
Through tickets willsb Issuef _
tote rincipal ointson tie Ht -
Central RIalro on the to
Great Northern Railroad.an Texas
Ballroad.
0. A. WHITrEY & 00.. A, s u
jel ly Corner Magazine andN Na
NEW YORK.
MORGAN'S NEW YORK LINE ST
The follo.ving Al Iron
form this line
LONE STAR. ALGIERS, .
NEW YORK, MORGAN CiT, /I
GEN. WHITNEY.
The Iron Steamship-
LIEN. WHITNEY,
SATURDAY November 24.
INSURANAE TO NEW YORK %
Freight for the above port received the
of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas
of Lafayette street, daily until6 p.m.
For freighft apor to
CHASl. A. WiITNEY & 00., MeW Vi .
lel ly Cor. Natchez and Masag no is,;
FLORIDA.
FOR WABRINGTO. PENSACOIA
REGULAR SEMI-WEEkLY L ,
The followfng flrst-Ol
follows FLBAA
ALABAMA,
M. J. Faurla,
Leaves SATURDAY, at8 . m.
AMITE,
Joeave seph . Boyle,
Leaves
The above steamers will leave as abovY,
site Jackson Square. Second Dlstrlat.
For freight or paDsaý ep~Ply -boeGI
auls tf 18 and 20
EAVAWA.
FOR HAVANA, CEDAR KEYS ALD
WEST.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
LEAVING EVERY WERE
The flrst-class steamship
MARGARET,
Baker commande.r,
will leave wbarf foot of Calliope street,
I UE8DAY. November 20, at p. '.
Passage rates to Havana, $4o; ]Eig. a1
eta, see.
Passage rates to Jacksonville, tlt
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading issued to all
Florida.
For Freight or passage apply to
L K, BOBERTS. 120 Common
Over Lonusiana Nationsl
The steamship EMILY B. SOUDEB
on the -
IJVERPOOL.
BERRA LINE OF STEAMSHIPS
NEW OBLEANS AND LIV.
DIEGO ......... 16. tons... Capt.
GUILLERMO .....12.5 tons... .Capt.
FEDERICO.......1423 tons....Capt..
PEDRO........... 76 tons. .Oa.pt,
CAROLINA .......1354 tons....Opt.
GRACIA .......... 9 tons....Cst
RITA.......... 59 tons....oapt
JUANA......... 757 tons.... Capt.
The above powerfully built steamshfia
enter the New Orleans and Liverpool trýa
ing the comin. tall. Will receive cotton
sign through b.lis of lading to any ports o
Continent of Europe.
The steamship
RITA,
Capt. Gartes,
will sail from her wharf SATURDAY, Nov. a
For freight and first clas sape aDl
RANGER. FATMAN A C. e
o04 1 45 Caronae se
BREMEN.
NORTH GERMAN LLOk
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW
LEANS, VIA HAVRE, SOUTH.
AMPTON AND HAVANA.
. The steamships of the North
man oyd will resume their Regula Tr!
next fall. as follows:
From Bremen. From New Orleag.
FRANKFURT Ot. O10 about Nov.l4.
NURNBERG v. N. 21 about Dee. 2.a
FRANKFURT, Dec. 19 about Jan. 20
These steamers touch outward at Havre
Havana, and on their home trip at Havaas
Southampton.
PRICES OF PASSAGE:
From Bremen. Southampton or Havre
vana or New Orleans-Cabin, $150 (gold);
avs, e$36 gold).
From New Orleans to Southampton, H81
Bremen-Cabn, siso (gold); Sterage,
From New Orleans to Havana- ,
(gold): Steerage, $15 (gold).
Children under ten years, half prie. ;
dren under one year, free.
The company reserv.*the rht to
route of the steamers, their a -
oriavreto ew. Ornleaos. . - ,
Blowt ssas~al
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