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Up asa Waltlag Ord.,.
Iee ilMbsiu, Weston, 45 days` from Green
Noe, 46 days from Valeser, in
san, Gllberston, 41 daie from Bordeini,
elf, Powell &co
Miller, Cook, 80 days from London
Ikr stl wnonson, 30 days from Portland,
ENU-Per ship Yrlsiriob-5500 bales cotton
-00e p0 e staves
ship Ylranlt-3800 bales cotton
Per berk Mieale Galatola--301 bales
bbes Otton seed oil 100 bble rosin 11000 pes
--Per bark Karsten Langaard--381 bales
10.840 bushels corn in bulk
A--Per bark Prosperidad--o-,436 pos
schr Bebecoa-31 bhde sugar 121
It4htdo
soar Guide 83 sacks coffee 40 sacks a
*e0 1 toe lard 1 bbl dour 53 pkgs sundries a
L VIA MOBILE-Per steamship Ala
'le cotton Ranger, Fatman Leo..18 do
order-I Sohmidt & Ziegler
*eo-lO0 tons junk IC Adier--1600
050 hides I Levi too-enndrise to order
bales ottn
US-Per steamship Art 1--300 bales
A Lemila-i19 soks do Avendano Brse
5500SIn sprfg Miller oeo-e7,.
90m-4 Y000 do Orduer
Vied....
Per steamer Robe B Leo-5SO bales
LO-444 M sr, Wels too-490
SL arikeo-9I Craig k
tc-11Pene,Kennedy cou
170Alen Nuen co.--47
148 Clap Bros ,oo--ttl Mocthee
Vicleit- III Chane. Hamilton k Powell
Abe ham too--90 8 Friedlauder-a0
SJarer k Gillis--7 & C
Goheeo Antey-67 Jno Phelps
100-60 Viaden Hawkins too
&eO-48 NorwooJ & Itichards
e---43 Match & Sohlenker-49
1 G W Sentell Aoo-iSS J W
t Atewart-M4 W C Back too--9
-70 L WalmfeosL o--a7 Ben Ger
tee - I0 Fembll t Jumonville-17
-x-17 $ T Buckner & Bro--io
14 Board of Underwriters--14
eoe--l J P Harrison Jr oo--13 Dick
I eales, Wood Mo se
eo-19 F Walker--I-i la.
8 COons Coo-11 8 Gumbel-
10 Aveudano Brle-9 WA Peels
*0.-7 Gordan Lou-5 Gwyn k Dyer
Bush t Levert- 4 Robert Hare-
Britten & Mayson--. Renehaw.
O $ C Brown--s T J Carver-I
LeO-1 Isasoson A 8nmms-1t6
Psataers' 01l Co--80 do BIlenville
Oil Co,-4d 45 Union oil CO
0iC 01 Co-179 do A A Msginnis
G ti Wuight--140 do hul ed Csanon
bblaetTL Airey Leo-141 bbiseflour
rkie. bntter t bbl oil S0 pails lard
nndrles to order-Total 4909
saNks aotton seed 14 do balled
steamer Thompson Dean-760
8aowden & Violett-734 C L
tlyW nrbeds oo- 3 7 Meyer,
OspBros &oo- 914 SPriedlander
S Iuo.- ill Jao Phelps too-i-13
130 Allen. West & Bush--194 T L
WBlkham & Moore-119 it wart Bros
N ammeok--so H k C Newman-75
SAutsy--74 OClborne Loo-60 Leb.
Aoo..8 Richardson & May*-41 Grs
)glak Leo-I8 Buassey Loo-91 H & B see.-90
1m-I8 Gwyn L Dyer-16 John I Adams
SGllllis-i1 8 KNewman oo-8 Jno
t l~-7 RBushner LAo-S J L Harris &co- 4
oo--4 ML Meacham Loo--4 Jno T
steamer Ashland-1 I B Woods agt
1 e l 8 Coons eo--3s J L
A - oks cotton seed NO
4ASsalo-6 * Union Oil Co-4E3 do
Co.. .8'1 do Planters' Oil jo--148 do
?lCo-45 do Blionville Oil Co..438 do
Bomas-400 bbla oil J Aldigo-so do 4*0
Mav toWeLeo-lot move 8 B 1#ew.
Rp a eBRPaceks Co-14 do U¶Pry
w Estle-S pkgu adee t onahts
dated apples I bbi peaches Mcoe
A Vfolete-8 bbis potetoes Jurey & Gil
tI order-Totai 4367 bales cotton 1708
stileed 480 seeks olleake 480 bbla oil
7W 5use" UUUUKO Cu DOle Oil
Pmr steameri Kalle-tlog bales cot.
Ms ---906 Meyer, Waes *00-149
I. Harris Ace--Io Clapp Bros
Ace-110 N Allison -105
Graham, Black loo-8o Allen
Abraham Aon--51 John f
A Powell-45 R T Buck.
A Gillis-38 Stewart Bros Aoo
A Pollock-34 J Barnet Aco-SO
T L Airey too..97 Alona.Scherok
O Wilkamen--1 Gwyn & Dyer-90
*0-17 McGeeheeSnowden & Violett
IS, Renshaw, Cammack Aoo--15
iem'vlls--15 March & Sohlenker-14
Aoo-13 N A O Newman--13 J W
s Leverlob-lO Payne, Kennedy a co-
Ace-Y G W Sentell Aco-9 Conger A
P J Cookbnrn--7 S Gambel- 7
s- 5 All n, West & Bush--4
Howoott lco-4 Chs Gallagher
Gregard A Farrar--4 Ben tier
A Bha-1 Isaaceon & itmme-s--1 O
NaUle A Cammack-3398 sacks cotton
Oil Co-1t51 do Planters' Oil Co
Co---1167 do No Cotton Seed
38P do Union Oil Co-sundries to order
4 Cstton 8531 sacks cotton seed
-Pee steamer John Howard-al bales
A (tllie.-. do Jao T Hardie ico-tsg
AOS-115 Lehman, Abraham Aro-lis
7 - L Harris loo-54 Levy 4 Clark
A Sous-.4t H A C Newman--t6
Acs--4 8 W Rawins--19 Alone,
-19 Richardson & May-17 Ohaffe,
-16 McGehee, Snowden A Violett
Aco..14 A Tertrou-l1 8 Render.
Ae0-0 W A Peale- 8 March &
White-S I Bloom &oo-3 H Gros
A Boo-i Clatborne Coo-10 sobs
1a6be-150 sacks cotton seed Levy A
. aginnis Sons--593 do Planters'
0 Oetton. Seed Assoiatlon--6 do
do Blenvllle 0i1 Co-94 head
Ace-15 bides I Bloom &co
-saundrlss to order-- total 1773
a cotton seed 10 sacks seed cot
tek 3600 staves
asterer Seminole-t9 bales cot.
ML'-4 Chafib. Hamilton A Pow.
w oe-31 Craig & Hogan-to
sr-iS Buckner Aco..13 G W Sen.
Gerson--10 J A G Cromwell-io
Aoo-C0 H Allison &oo-9 Lehman.
Meywr. Wels Ace-5 Allen. Nugent
A iones--8 Friedlander-6 Gordin
8co-4 Bickbam A Moore--a
J L Harris oo-4317 sacks cotton
Assoclatdon--700 do A A Ma.
do Planters' Ol Co-sundries to
ales gotton 5.95 sacks cotton seed
steamer Sbannon-434 bales cotton
do Lehman, Abraham Aoo-100
& Antey-70 Meyer, Wies
P ea-IC JW White-67 J L Bar.
W¶ W Aeo-34 Hirsch, Adler Aoo-t4
A V3ole --9- W A Peale-- o
* W enaI Aee-8 Richardson & May
Ago- Chad. Hamilton & Powell
Wln A40-4 S W Rawlias
Ptyo qseyAo-7 Allen,
seed do11i 3 W White-5 do
sBaud e4M nosk eet
d J a' Oil Ce-is
ist a #
-46 Am-- Le ihm , Abvanham e-4
t pkle Ie-el ndres to ordh-Total 1933 bal..
DO ALDSONVILL--Per steame. Henry Tets-.
o0 bbla molasesc Coager & Kelly-S hhda sugar Al+
HIokman- 38 do 10 bbls molasses L Godohanz-37 do
34 hhds auger Rodd Bmo Loo-54 doe M Soott--NI
,o do as bbls molasses Richard Milliken-45 do 94 bhad
, sugar J W Burbridge Loo--1 do J M Ricand-40 do
80able molasseas Bruoger--f6 hhds sugar LeSasaler
k & Binder-94 bble muolasses Dr F B Oaudot---76 do
- 9 hade angar It Beltran--34 do 9S bble molasses to
us order-- 60 do 24 hbde sugar K Bourg. ole- 5: bbls too.
lasses P Lanaux-98 do ,0 hhd. sugar Clapp Bros &co
a -91 do 30 bble molasses Lananx * Sons--10 do 17
h bds sunergar H ioniano-3 bble su er A Mauino-sun
, dries too, der-Total 400 bde sugar 7go bhls molasses
UPPER COAST--Per steamer Mary Ide-f bhds
sugar a9 bbis molasses Richard Milihken--6 bbde
sugar L Godehaux-93 do 70 bble molasses Lannax &
a S.os-9. do 9 hf doO Hopkins-19 do 4 hhds auger
G A Lanaux--lo do P Staockmeyer--4 ble moi
lassea N Brugler-1 do P Lanaux-ro do J Levols &
Jamison-tic do 12 bhds saner Bush & Levert--5 do
O P sonlat-5 do H Shult--1 sack seed eotton I M
R1cand-U bbis oranges B 3'relssn-enndries to order
-Total 71 bhds sugar 923 bble molasses 91 hf do
NEW RIVER LANDING-Per stesamer Bue
Wing No 3-10 bhd. auger 10 bbis molasses Bush &
Levert-95 do 38 bhda sugar L Codobaux-6 do 9 bbls
molasses Meyer, Weis too-Ia do 96 hhds sugar J W
Burbridge Leo-14 do 8s bbls molasses Richard Mil
liken-90 do 29 bhds sugar P Maspero Leo-Il do 90
bbis molasses K M Scoutt-l do r Lanatux-96 do 29
hhda sugar Laneax k Moos-8 bbla molasses K Bour.
geols-90 no O Hopkins-30 do L ) Sarpy-80O seaks
rough rice A 11 haeward-sundries to order-Total
179 hhds sugar 444 bbis molasses 10 sacks rough rice
WASHINGTON-Per steamer Lessle 1aylor-457
tales cotton J W BRrbrldge aoo-S4 Lehman, Abra
heas Loo-Sd4 8 Gmbel-al Ben Gerson-SI Norwood
& Rlchards--30 McGehes, Snowden & Violett.. 28
Beraud & Glbert--7 Nelic & Cammack---5 John 1
Adams Loo--OS A Tertrou--91 Alone, Soherok &
Anteo-I 0lap Bros Loo-IS Forstall & Jumonville
-14 ey.er Was too-11i Bloom Loo-10 Claiborne
kco..9 Renashaw, Cammack too-9 AM Rass--8
A LIAv7L Lecassagne 7 mno Chfle Sons-6 W
iB ThompsonL & n- Payne. Kennedy too----f 8 O
Thomas Loo-f W Z Leverich-5 March & Shlenker
-5 Meyer Well-5 Small koo-5 Richard Flower Lou
-5 H & C Newman-S P Csese--3 0 Hopkins--3
Warren, Atkinson Lco-- Howcott too--- Bush &
Levert-- J L Harris keo-i J M DuwlIag--I C L
Walneley Leo-1 S B Newman too-457 sacks cotton
sscd Planters' Oil (ho 849 do Crescent Clty Oil Cu
114 do A A McgmnIs Sous-47 do Louisiana Oil Go
46 do Union Oil Co-fl sacks seed cotton A L COhouin
.3 do Naile & Cammack-3 do J W BIrbridge too
I do MoGehes, Snowden & Violett-1 do I Beer-97
hhds sugar 155 bbis molasses Norwood & Richards
14 hhda sugar F Brugler---e do 17 bbls molasses R
Bel lran-49 do Robert Hare-40 do P Maspero Lco
17 do Laneux & Sons-14 do ( W Terrell &co-l0 do
Nalle & Cammaak-3 do Forstall & Jumonvllle-2 do
J L Harris Loo-S5 hhds sugar Richard Milliken-y
lot bides P Casse-do Byooskl & Manade-4 do Kerr
& Salles-lot do L Srtle Leo---l sacks rough rice
Thompson Rice Mill-35 head stock Temple 1 Coors
&co-sundries to order-Total 514 bales cot on 198
sacks outton sed 14 sacksMaeed cotton 15 sacks rough
rice 73 bbds sugar 307 bb s molasses
ST LOUIS-Per steamer Belle of Shreveport-"--d9
bbis apples to order--I sank wheat Clover L Oden
dahl--5 bils krout J Seller---I phge carpets J Bi
Woods-9 plows J .11hay & Son-U bbls apples 1 bbl
cider W A Peale.. 4 pkge muse B J Wes--1 pkge
bolts M Schwarts & ra-6 pumps W H Applegate
10 bbls four 20 6f do 1 Or b.eon Teness rlvsr Pkt
50 bbls apples 50 bbls kreat Miller k Meyer-- ble1.
vYanish A Rusloger-1 taba butter J Nelson Lco-i
case saws Branch, Crookes too-15 cases lard Miller
Dolbonde too--5 sacks otloake W Schindler-306 I
obla floor Mhowabacher & Rlrsob-10 page mdes P K
Saraitn-95 do H Conery & Son-1 do J C Moirle-l
C JIquet-5 Goethe & Haid-9 Hurter L Fenner-7 t
8 W Hammond-3 U M Johnson-lot lead Font Sons -
-do L Ifix-do I L Lyons-13 pkgs butter Zuberbier
L Behan-13 do Sohmidt L Ziegler-13 John T Moors
koo-14 do U 11 Lawrence o oo--54 p gs mdee J B
Wolfe Loo-lot do K Offset-90 bas do JH Menge
1I0 harrows Stauffer, Macrtedy Loe-15 pkgs trout -
Stephens B Stork..94 pkgs mdse McGehee, Snowden t
L Violett-1 K J Hart Leo-lot barrows Is Schwarta
k Bro--90) sacks oata Glover & Odendahl---961 do c
do Rogers & Mitchell-ifI do 200) bbis meal H T
Lawler--93 bales bay Chas Pleasants--938 do J A ,
Kent too- 23 bble dour T A Hamilton too-300 do I
W H Matthews kBro-910 do .27 bbls meal 110 bbls t
grits Glover L Odendabl-1g bales ha 5 seacks oats c
18 aacks bran J Besaenger-330 do Geo Hack Lco--50 I
bbls meal 90 bble lour l pkgas mdse Aiken Line-lIts
sacks malt W R Strio fellow- lo0 bbla four H C 1
Poster Lee-100 do EI F eljjondio-8 sees shoes H A
Stern &Lo-900 bbla meal Prudhommae & Briggs-151
do 100 bbls dour 5o boxes cheese hwababer Fr w" -
enfold & Pfelfer-15 bbla four 15 pkgs mdse broad's 1
Line- -305 bbls flour 10 hf do-lot mndse C A Whitney e
Loo-do Onachita IR RT Co-Ifs bbie foor 49 sacks -
bran 50 scke ml idling W H Mathews L pro--453 I
bbls fo Gordon & Gomile-915 sacks bran Rogers i.
L Mitobell-9S bble four Polhaus L Doll--93 coops I
poultry Miller L Meyer-8d4 bbla flour 10 pkga mdse n
It sacks bran Vairin & Mortimer-6 bbis apples 400 s
sacks coo n Osrar Chooln-300 bbla four Prudhomme I
& Briggs---00 do 233 sacks bran 950 sacks corn Glo- I
ver L Odendahl..e09 do W H Matthews & Bro-ell r
do Howard L Preston-ties do J R Kent Aco-41 do a
Gordon & Gomi--79 bales cotton 13 sacks seed oot- g
ton S B Newman Lco-52 ales cotton Moyer, Weis &
coo-7 tirahamn. Rlack Leo C Ruckuer Leo-lU W A
Peale-10 Hirsch, AdI ir too--10 sacks seed cotton
H Allison Loo--16s sacks cotton seed Blenville Oil
Co-lot stae and'snndries to order-Total 159 bales
cotton 141 sacks cotton seed 95 sacks seed cotton
BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW-Per steamer Clara s
-193 bales sotton Lehman Abraham &eo---l1 Jno
Phelps too-lO5 Meyer, Weis Leo--4 H Allison Leo
-49 J L Harris Loo-19 Allen. Nugent Leo--,a Mc
Gebes Snowden L Violett too-13 G W Sentell Lco
-IS Richardson & May-19 L vy L Clark-11 How- 0
cott eoo-11 P J Cock burn-10 Jno Chaffe & Sons-7 L
8 W Rawlins-4 Payne, Kennedy too--3 D C Mor- a
gan-3 Hirech, Adler aso-I Rawlins & Murrell 1 b
H C Brown -1 Temple 8 Coons Lco-i bales hides to 6
order-151 sacks cotton seed 3 sacks seed outton and
sundries to order-Total 591 bales cotton 151 sacks
cotton S aacka seed catton
cotton samok, seed utteon
POST BADS-Per steamer Msrthe-9 hbds anger
Richard Milliken-31 bbls molasst a D R Perrett-3l7
soits rough rice Rip & Ruob-17 do 8 Respel-65 do
D R Perrett-28 do M Olsstein-12 bales moss Odell
& Wright-snadries to order-Total 9 hhds sngar 31
bbla molasses 489 seacks rough rice
BAYOU BARt--Per steamer GOv Allen-165
bales cotton Lehman, Abraham Ao-- 141 Meyer
Weis &oo-138 J L Harris &eo--108 8 Gumble 43
McGehae, Snowden & Violett- 43 Norwood & Rich
arda-41 Alone, Soherek & Autey-33 H & U New
man-29 Bickham & Moore--Si Clapp Bios Aco-sI
March & icbhlenker-20 Payne, Kennedy Aco--10
Conger & Kelly-5 C L Wameley &co-5 J Burnet &
co-4 ArrMiltenberger & Pollock--3 Ben Gerson-g
Renshaw, Cammack &co- 2A Levi-1 Foretell & Ju
monville-1 Lange & Legendre-125 sacks cotton seed
Planters' Oil Cu-37 hhds sugar 99 bbls molasses 466
Ibla syrup E J Gay Aco-47 bbls molasses V H Ber
nerd- 25 do B Johnson-10 do 9 hhds sugar Lehman,
Abraham co-96 do 148 bbla molasses Clapp Bros &
co-S0 do 16 hhas sugar 3 W Burbrldge &co--18 do
30 bble molasssa M &T Bank-5 do 1W bbds sugar P
Maspero Aoe-37 do 0 bbls molasses E Bourgeola-il
do Puig, Corral too-50 do Bosh & Levert-18 doE J
Hart &co-45 do 57 hhds sngar Richard Millakez-2S
bblslmolasses F Brugier-8 hhds sager 8 Gumbel-10
do E C Palmer &ce--i do L Godchanu-sundries to
order-Total 839 bales cotton 125 sacks co ton seed
304 hhds auger 580 bble molasses 460 bbls sy' up
SHIREVIPORT-Per steamer Texas-971 bales
cotton NO RtRT Co-206 Jno Phelpe &co--i t
Kirkpatrick & Keith-117 G W Sente I Aco-19 R T
Buckner & Bro-960 C& G Green to-60 C L Walm
ale7 &oo-58 JnoLChaife & Sons-51 Meyer, Weis &co
-50 81W Raw ins-50 Moore & Coleman-47 Lehman
Abraham Ac0--S2 Clapp Bros &0o--93 Britten &
Mayson-19 J W Bnrbri de &co--19 Jno T Hardle &
co-12 Alone, Scherck & Autey-8 Gragard & Farrar
-7 L H Gardner Ace-6 Chafe. Hamilton & Powell
-2 Renshaw. Cammack &co--2 S C Wilkerson-1
Foretall & Jumonville-75 bble oil N 0 It RIT Co
-913 bead sheep Aycock. Mitchell eco-sundnlea to
order-Total 2134 bales cotton 75 bbls oil 213 head
sheep
BATON ROUGE-Per steamer John H Hanna-
bales cotton H Heyman-8 Payne, Kennedy &co-9
J L Harris &co-5 8 Gnmbel-3 March & Schlenker
-3 Lehman. Abraham &oo-2 Norwood & Richards
-1 Hirsch, Adler Aceo- sacks seed cotton Richard
Flower Aco-65 hhds sugar 191 bbia molasses Rich'd
Milliken--181 do 48 hhds sugar Bush & Levert--40
do 348 bble molasses Mohtee & Value-119 do 25 hhda
angar J W Bnrbridge &co-25 do 101 bble molasses L
Godchaux-43 do 24 hhds sugar H Groebel-l8 do 54
bbla molasses 8 O Thom"s Aco--s do 16 hhds sugar
E J Gay Aco-11 do 18 bble molasses Clapp Bros Aco
-34 do 10 hhds angar Lanaux & Sons-t0 do 13 bbls
molasses Congea & Keliy--51 do 4 hhda sugar E
Bonogeele-3 do 18 bbls molasses P Maspero &co-6
du 3 thde sugar Beraud & Gibert"-71 bbls molasses
A limer Bader &Io-29 do D Urquhart-19 do E J
hart aoo- 95 do Meyer, Wels &co--9 do 8 Hender.
son-10 do H Heyman-60 do Y3 bhds sugar L D Sr.
py-eandries to order-Total 323 hhda sugar 1451 Obla
mulasses 43 bales ootgon 2 sacks seed cotton
REOEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
Pascagoula-Per sohr Walter Denny-45,000 feet
lumber to H Buddig
Wolf River-Per aohr Elba-26,000 feet lumber to
0 Stuber
Stockton-Per achr Two Fziends-30,000 feet lum
ber to A H Delmas
Blind River-Per schr Clementine-30 cords wood
to master
Bayou Lacombe-Per schr Louisiana State--35
cords wood to master
Pearl River-Per achr T J Emler--35 cot's wood
to master
Tiekfaw..Per schr Indian Reed-35 cords wood to
master
Wolf River-Per achr Galeas -20,000 feet lumber
to J L N ewers
Tangxn hce--Per schr Ann MoGuin---500 bbla
shells to ardor
Amite River-Per sohr Ethel - 95,000 feet lumber
to M B Munco
Stockton-per sehr Dodo sad Doris--85.000 feet
lumber to arise
Bienal-]arrsb aaaGilma--m bbhae chiasnl master
t, lar Wtr rGasPsc -olo bs ohwj
a mTaaebsta 2lve-Pae sabt UoIpoo4S oods wood
s as Masebac-Per Bohr Pomime d' Or--SS cords
wood to master
-Pearl River-Per sohr Wade lHampton-30,000 feet
luImber to order
Blind River-Per schr Mary Irene-l0 cords wood
to master
w LaChmnche-Per sob? Lake Flower---sundries to
order
r La Chinche-Per sloop Btar of the Pea---S0 sacks
eottow seed t0 sacks potatoes to order
Hi ftaliroaade
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
Nr ov 9-3 cars stock ( ehle Ari-o-1 cars poultry
Miller & Meyer-idd;-0 pos bulk shoulders Sohwabsch
er & Hirsch- 515 do C H Doleon-tO bbis turpentine
-0 bbls ro in Simpson & Trlcou--47 do A It Perkins
-30 bile 1hlsky Smith Bros &co--50 bbls oil J Al
dige-50 ro d eptoline Oil C---3 bf blihds sides Cobb
& Maxent-.i do Miller, Dolhonde &co-50 bbis grits
iii bbl hominy 111 bble cornmeal Pruadhomme & Belggs
-4 bbls pickles E L Levy-0l9 sacks c ttou seed No
Cotton Seed Association--* 0 sacks oiloake hall &
Stringer-V care cobbage M Fioher ty-9940 pos bulk
shoulders Cobb & Maxent-lO casks sides C'ummings
& Elmer-to casks shnldera A A Greenwood &oo
48 boxes bacon bohwabacher & Mirsch-l5 bbls whis.
ky 48 pigus mdise C A Whitney &oo-"-.t pIgs rope
It L ltanlett &oe--SO pkge indas H GoldsmIth--A do
E & B Jacobs-9 oases mude IC Booth-30 pigs tobac
co J 1' Sararln-"0 do Meyer Bros- 3 do J J Irby &
Son-460 sacks elicake 1611 & Stringer-- car hoop
poles P T Mitchell-50 io lard iohwabacher & Hitrs
-00 bbls oil J Aldige--0 bbis lime S Jami on-I
oar cabbage E Doheity--i car stock J Spaulding-6
bbl assauna el3 tubs butter E f DellIoudio-30 pigs
butter t H Lawrence too-S bbls sausage Zuberbler
& BeSan-b-h7 sugar pans B J West--- cask sides
Sohwabacher Frowenreld & Pfelfer- 30 bose idse
T T White..b bills snrures H N Sorla-5 cases mndse
S Heruman-- dils paper Holloway & Edwards-ig do
Quay -ona Ag~ols-V 1do W B Beihl- 4 boxes idse
W W Washburn-100 bbls lime W P Convereejr dco
-19 bbls whisky F Henoke-iS do C A Whitney 4co
-ISO boxes sche se ET Webster llo ds farr &
Warner-i bale tudse Yale & Bowling- o pIgs mdse
McCracken & Brewster-- do R M Ac I J Montgem.
ery-406 bales oott, n J H Maury &oo--30bJ S (-a
hem-104 J L Harris &oo-103 order-8s Ranger, Fat
man oco-169 Allen, West & nusb-40 Detsun &co
30 Meyer, Wels doo-ttJu'ey & G(ills..14 Vim For
wood &oo-0 Chafe. Hamilton & Powell-4 G W Ben.
tell &oo-4 Norwood & Richards--4 ship Rook Ter
race.- Moore & Coleman- $ C Wilkerson-3 C L
Walissey &0o-3 Britton & Mayson-3 B O Thomas
&oc--9 Io T Hardie &co-30 Lehman, Abraham doo
-sunadries to order-Total 135o bales cotton 517 pe
bulk meat 659 sacks ollcake
NIEW ORLEANS, JiCKSON AND NORTHEmI
RAILROAD.
Nov 9S-597 bales cotton Bickham & Moore-435 do
o Richardson & May- t75 Vaiden Hawkins &co-945
o order- 4 I Allen Nugent koo-4 o T L Airey koo
- 926 Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell--190 Lehman, Abra.
r ham koo-907 Mover, Weis &co-190 J L Harris koo
a -163 Alone, Soherok A Antey-16 8 0 Thomas Ace
e -136 Jno T Hardie Aco-1 4 Payne, Kennedy koo
8 00 Allen, West & Bush--17 Jno Cha.e A kmos-85
0 GW Sentel Akco---98 Stewart Bros Aoo---75 C L
Walmsley Aoo..--i4 J W White--l0 Nalle & Cam.
I ma-4t order--51 S Gumbel--95 Kirkpatrick A
" Kieh-23 EIH Wilson & Mills-99 Bussey dco--go
3 J Barnet koo.--0 Jno Ph.lps Aco--I Beadles Wood
I koo-14 EH Wilson & Mille-1 H Allison koo-43
s Britton & May,'on- L H Gardner Coo-9S B New
man &co-8 I Hk C Newman-b8 J A ( Cromwell
14 Mi rob A Mohlenker--13 F Walker-3i John I Noble
n -17 J B Wolfe koo-6 Hirsch, A0ler kco--. W A
I Peale..I J J Irby A Sap-1 H I llsonjr-1 J P Har
rison ir koo..50 order-N9 Clapp Bros &co-91 Tem.
ple S Coons koo-1 S Hfenderson-tl G G Gordon A
G co-10 Howcott &co-5 McGehee, Snowden A Violett
l -l T J Carver-4 order-4 S T Dannis-4 R T Buck
I nor A Bro-3 Orabam, Black hco-3 W C Black doo
1 -3 Richard Flower dco-9 8 Nil dlander..9 Flash,
r Lewis &co-9 order-f order--i 8 W tawlins--l
+ John Calder-1 J A G Cromwell- Total 4050 bales
I cotton
1 car potatoes E Doherty-1 cash bate C H Charles
-3 pkgs mdae F Moresu-3 cases hats Albert & Bel:1
onet ti-1 case mdso D Leech-9 do liateson. Wisdom
& Bowling-i do Feliman Bros..1 do H Mumme-l
do Reinerth & Montard -r 709 bars iron A Baldwin
&co-14 pkgs hoerF llollander--t0 bble whis y (
Ainklen-30 bble whiskv 15 hf do B JHart doo- 00
hbil lil R4 H Scott-lot do J Aldige--10 hhds bacon
5I0 bble pork Vose Bros-iD tieroes hams H F DelSon.
dio-li bbls whisky J Dreyfus-95 do I Bloom Aoo
I car stock F Dupert-1 do Miller A Meyer--300 ope
salmon Schmidt & Ziegler--u care potatoes M Stich
& Son-50 bble oil order-i car stock J Retan-5 bble
starch Russell & Hall ---3 baol and 3 loose wheels J
Sohwarts-9 boxs. mdse M Herman 1 do H Tricou
-1 car stock RiM Flart-ID2 bbis potatoes Grave A
Wildermann-9t do T A Hamilton eco--11 boxes
eggs Randolph A Dunnic-a-301 bin seed L it eder Aco
I -50 firkins butter C II Lawrence kco--40 his meet
I Miller, Doihonde An o-4 care wheat Webster A Di11.
I ingham-2 boxes mdse A Marks, Levy deo--7 rolls
leather Horter A Fenner-1 box hardware H D Cole
man & Bro-30 bhs essence E Conerv A Son..5 bola
sausage 4 Nelson kco-9 bin mantles Kuraheedt &
Bilenvena-30 bbls whisky Cobb & Manent--25 do
Burke A Thompson-Ic do 5 hr do F Loeb--- sacks
rice H A Battles-I bbl peanuts 8 T Dannis-9 boxes
cheese Flash Lewis Aoo--1 bbl apples McGehee,
Snowden & VYiolett
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD.
Nov 96-91 bbls molasses 96 hhds angar M Shelly A
co-32 do 32 bhls molasses Pelton & Dunbar-3o do
Robert Hare-9D do Bush & Levert-40 do Clapp Bros
doo--27 do DA G,ven & Son--65 do 8 hhds sugar
John Calder-16 do T McDermott- 6 bble molasses
Richard Milliken-1 hide Odell & Wright-Total t2
hhos sugar 973 bhle molasses
Per steamship Whit ey, from Clinton--437 bales
cotton C A Whitney koo-71 Jno T Hardie dco--l
L F Berle-40 Kirkpatrick A Keith-I4 Jno Phelps A
co-140 sacks oats A A Greenwood Aoo-14 9 isaks
cotton seed N 0 Cotton t-eed Aseociation-'Jotel 503
bales cotton 1412 sacks cotton seed 140 sacks oats
From Galveston-lu bales cotton Clapp Bros Aoo
4 Zuberbier & B han--50 bbls cotton seed oil 4 Al
dige-Total 16 bales cotton
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD
Nov 46-17 hhds sugar B Johnson-lI doT H Hont I
-On do Richard Milliken-50 btis molasses F Brugler
-98 do L Godchaux-sundries to order-Total 81
hhos sugar 78 bbls molasses
FOR MAKING
Light Bread, Rolls, &c.
SHEPARD'S IMPROVED
Hop Yeast
1 THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
ARTICLE IN THE MARKET.
Dysetc cnetBedriedih
00
this Yeast with impunity.
MirIl is put up in half-pound tin cans,
and warronled to keep any length of time
in any clinate. Full directions for use
a;'e on evenr' con, and if followed strictly,
GOOD B1?EAD will be a certain result.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS GENERALLY.
IEtY flnue~farturreL expr'Jeiul for thet
WM. H. SHEPAflD,
wHLOLF~AALE DI-ALFR IN
Teas, Spices, Mustards, &c.
58 Cu~stomnhouse St.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
GAS FIX'TURES FOR SALE,
Below New York Wholesale Prises,
GITmOD BRTO TwE TRADE Oc PUBICi Gr*.
FO AEB ROCRSGNEALY
a 8us Customhous Stpe. b
STZAIIBOATS.
I UvMPearO3.
MERCHANTS ANl PLANTERS' INDEPEND
OE OAT.T
Leaves WEDN DA, r 25 atUsplm.,
FOR (Irandroe AIiTand ria1Nor
ma iadEoeAean di,"mit's, Jlarbin's, Ware's and all way
landings-The newI steamer
W. T. Boardman master,
Florenee Findree and P. J. Lyons elerks.
The Moore was built exprsesly for the lied
river trade. and will run the entire season.
For frmight or ptassage apply on board or to
f, Bl. WOO #)s A, 0 ., io4 Common streot,
N. 0. IIONOI-UE, 7n (iravier street,
V. C. DENTZEL, a5 Natchez street.
n o2:I
CRIEAT RIDIiDC leIN.
CABIN PASSAGE TO
VICK BURG ..... NATCHFZ .........
BAYOU HARA .-... 4 BATON ROUGE..... a
The above rates will be acweet d y the fol.
lowi n g passenger stoamorsp: CITXAO~FALTO TN,~.BLEO SHEEOT I
'TNN[IAL. BELLE OF MHEaVJT
Apply to J. B. WOODS & CO., Agents,
noG tf 104 ojmmon street.
MRMPEIU.
REGULAR I PTA BEND PACKET. I
Leaves on WORN]tDp G.o ,G
*,.FOR £IATU7EZV<O~ IaBýInA.
'Greenville A~rkapolis, Torr ne
Helena, 1emphis and the bends
The splendid a ONteAr
Jas. H. Pepper, master, Frank Bock, Jr.. clerk,
will leave as a Vove paying p artiular aitentio
to all way an d benfr eights, Rates given and
through bills lading slgned to all points on
White and Arkansas rivers. For freight or pas
sage a pal on board or to
e ROoCKETT& CARTEID as Magazine st.
JANNEY & WORK, 100 6ommon street.
Through bills of lading signod to Pine Bluff
and stations on the Little Rook Mississippi
River and Texas Railway, via Ar apois. Ark, f
and to Little Rook and stations on the Mom
Ihim and Little Rook Railroad, via Hopefoeld.
BROCKETT & CARTER, Agents.
0025 as Magazine street.
MEMPHIS AND BENDS PACKET.
LEAVES EVERY OTHER WEEK.
FOR EMPHIS, HELENA, TER
rence, Arkopolis Greenville. Lake 1
Providence, Vicksburg and the I
Bends-The iron steamer
CHas. P. CHOUTEAU, I
W. H. Thorwegan, master, c
Geo. Miltenberger. clerk.
will commence her trips in the trade as above, -
during the latter part of Novomber,and continue a
throughout the season C
J. B. WOODS A CO.. Agents.
se27 tf 104 Common street.
DATOU MACON AND TENNAR.
REGULAR BAYOU MACON AND TENSAS
PACKET.
FOR FLOYD. DELHT, WARSAW,
Crockett's Point. Upper and Lower
Tensas and all way landings-The r
light draft passensar steamers
TE row
J. B. tullivan. master.
Will leave--- -. at a p. m. S
TENF4AU
L. /. Cooley, master,
Will ---, at 8p. m.
Paying particular attention to all way and
plantation freights. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
B11t I TON & EPIPLER, $2 (iravier street.
HITE & CAITLIN 4 Ti-houpitoulas st.
LORD & MoPEAfE, 46 Camp street. p
no24 tf
OUACIIITA RIVER.
NEW ORLEASANDIOOUACHT NYBITER
NWTRANSPORTATION COMMPANY.RI
Leaves WEDNESDAY November 28, at 5 p. m.
FOR (AMI)EN ALABAMA LAND
ing, Ouachita ?city, Monroe, Tren
ton and all landings on the Black
and Onachita rivers. The fine, new, light
draft passenger st-amer
JOHIe HOWARD,
P. C. Montgomery, master; E. t. Perry, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
CAPT. F. A. BLANKS, President,
No. 2 Canal street corner Delta.
HITE & CARLIN BlRITTO & EPPLER
J.A aNEY & WORk, LORD & McPEAKE
no26 14 Agents.
INDEPENDENT OUACHITA RIVER PACKET.
Leaves on WE ?NESDAY. ovember 28, at 5 .m.
FORCAMDEN CHAMPAONOLLE,
Eldorado, Ouachita City, Trenton.
Monroe and all w.'y landings
The A No.1 and fleet passenger steamer
SHANNON,
John De Hart, master. C. H. Arthur, clerk,
will leave as above. For freIght or passage ap
ply on board. or to
J. B. WOODS & 00, 104 Common at.
JOH W F. DOUGLAA. 10e Gravier st.
N. 0. DONOHUE. 70 (Iravier street.
nol V. C. DENTZEL. a5 Natchez street.
NEW ORLEANSPO ATND Iý (UA ITA BIVEEB
OUACE TA CITY, TRENTON AND M6NBOE
Weekly Ouachita City U. S. nail Paches.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at e m.
FO OUAOH TA CITY, TneER.
The ioemelAON,
(In place of John H. Hanna)
Joe Holmes. master. B. 0. Cornwell. clerk.
Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the
right to refuse any landing except mail Fand
Ina. Fr reihtor passage apply on board. or
Oast F. A BLANKS President,
ar o.2 (Ianalstreet ooArnr D .1t
RITE & CARLIN OBýRITTOýTI conrPA B
JANNET & ORK OD & MoPEAKE, Ag'ts
P. S.-Has regular connection with all the
tributaries, fellt!
SHIPS.
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
FOR PROVIDENCE. RHODE ISLAND.
The first-class schooner A. H. HICKMAN
Shaw, master, is now loading and will
have prompt dispatch.
For freight or passage apply to the captain,
on board. Picayune Tier Second District, or
to WJLLIAM CREEVY,
noS 419 (arondelet street.
JAMES D. EDWARDS,
(Successor to Daniel and J. D. Edwards.)
STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AID ENGU
EERS' SUPPLIES,
Manufacturer of the most improved
STEAM TRAINS FOR RARING SUGAR,
And every description of
Copper, Brass and Sheet-Iron Work.
Dealer in Iron Pipe and Fittings for Steam.
Water or Gas; Brass and Iron Valves; (ocks;
Oil Globes; Steam and Water Ganes; Beller
Tubes; Bolts and Nuts; Punched Nuts; Log
Screws; Washers; Rivets; Cistern, Well and
Force Pumps Brass and Iron Wire Cloth; Rub.
ber, Lubricating and Hemp Packing; Rub
ber Hose; Belting; Lubricating, La Signal.
Linseed and Headlight Oils' White ; Cot.
ton Waste; Cotton Stem ascking; Gas Pipe
Stocks and Dies- Pipe Cutters: Tongs;
Wrenches: Pipe Vses; Jack Screws; Flue
Brushes ; Flue Scrapers, etc.
Agent for the
CAMERON SPECIAL STEAM PUMP
-For
PUMPING JUICE AND SUPPLYING BOILERS,
Send for Price List.
JAMES D. EDWARDS.
2.. 54,26 and 258 Front and 21. 2s, 2s and 27 Delta
street. New Orleans. ie5l '7I I1
ane. E. BAUSSET,
MIDWIFE
BESLEAVE TO INFORM HER CUSTOM.
e s ta b as (erred her domicileto
zWOeIM W " AND
m e foliowp teamers viz:
THO0 SHEEWCKSo QOLDE CTX
C #CHAS MOGAN, 81DEN CCitO N,
OT. 1 L C. B.
O ROKEE, NEW MARY MOUSTON.
. ,.ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS
.Lwill leave New Oulean,. ever v 'ynjS.
DAY, THURtSDAY and SATU7RtAY,
connecting with all railroads and packet lines
running out from Cincinnati giving through
hills of Jading to all points. or through rates
and all information ao WplA NEy t Ae.
V. .WAYNE. Agent.
00c2 10t Gravier street.
Leaves on TUESDAY, November 27, at ti p. m.
Toll CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, EVANM
ville, Hendereou, Shawneutown, Paducah, Cairo,
Memphis, and all intermediate points-The
steamer
CHAULES MORGAN,
Albert Stein, Haster, Harry W. Htein, 'Jerk,
will leave as above. For freight or pa$bage
apply on board or to
nol8 C. 6. WAYNE, ieo Gravier street.
VICMNBURS, YAZOO AND TALLA
MATCRIB.
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS VICKSBIURG,
YAZOO AND TALLAHATCHIE THRO1jU1H
P ACEET.
LEAVE8 EVEIY WEDNESDAY.
THE NEW AND FINE STEAMER
YAZOo VALLEY.
W. B. Philips, master. J. T. Hall. clerk.
Will leave as above regularly every Wednesday.
For freight r Dp age Wppl, on board, or to
MIY&OIIK 10 o netnSt.
0o14 tf R1W. ADA S. 21 Commercaia Place.
LAWOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAPOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET
THROUGH TO THIBIODAUX, POMMENCING
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
Leaves every MONDAY at 10 a. m., and THURS
DA Y at s M. m
. THE SIDE-WHEEL PASSENGER
insteamer
W. J. POITEVENT,
U. D. Terrebonne, master, T. A Darling, clerk,
Pays particular attention to way business. Re
turning leaves Thibodaut every Tuesday and
Friday. For freight or pasage appIy on board
or to N. HITE A CARILIN,
no23 No. 4 Tehoupitotlas street.
SEMI WEEXL AATYA FOUBOHz AND
THROTUG O LAUREL VALLEY.
Leaves every T DAY at 6 p. in., and SAT
U at 1e a. m.
THE SPLENDID PASSENGER
steaaer
T. MARY,
Joe Dalferes, master. E. Nicoll, clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business and
returns down the coast every MONDAY' and
THURSBDAY. For freight or passage apply on
board. nola tf
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUROHE AND
;OArsT VACKET,
THROUGH TO THIUODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at 6 p. in., and FRIDAY
at 10 a. m.
A THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMER
AMa1UMPTINTI,
P. A. Chariot. master, N. Z. Duptls. clerk.
Pays particular attention to way busitiess, and
returns down the coast every Sunday and
Wednesday. For freight or passages r ly on
board or to B. RIVE'T,
noe 100 Decatur street.
TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND
COAST PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at to a. m., THUES
DAY and SATURDAY at 12 m.
THENEW PASENGE STEAMES
J. F. Atooin master, M. H. Land7 clerk.
Pays particua attc -"'()4 to wabusiess
returns Coast. .savi Donaldnal
eve y. Friday an u yat 6. a.
m. For freight or passage appy ap ord. or
to W. T,
10a Deccatu r jreg6,
P. 5.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight
in daylight.
BATON ROUSE.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 10 a. m. and
BATUtL AY at 5 p. m.,
The passenger steamer
ST. JOHN,
J. P. McElroy. master.
Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Plaque
mine, Donaldsonville and all coast Ian ns re
turning every FRIDAY and MONDA EVWN
INGS.
For freight or passage a I on board or to
sew5 tf R. 0. MELAN(,Of 82 Blenvilie at.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON BOUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. in,, and FRIDAY
at 10 a. in..
5a The I~tssenaer steamer
F. Bergeron master. L. P. Delahoussaye clerk,
Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Plaque
mine, Donaldsonville and all cosjt landings
returninV everr SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY
For freight or pass ea DI1p on board or to
see E. O. MEi.L&Ouv, 32 Bienville
OPELOUSAs.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 6 p. m.
FOR WASHINGTON. OPELOU
Sass Port Barre, Simmsport Church
ville and all landings on the Coast,
Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The
splendid passenger steamer
LESSIE TAYLOR,
M. Kenison, master, Eug. Quatrevaux, clerk,
will leave a4 above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
R. W. ADAMS,
No. 21 Commercial Place.
HITE & CARLIN,
No. 4 Tchoupitoulas street.
Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole
and Minnie nos
REGULAR OPELOUSAB PACKET.
Leaves every tIATURiDAY, at 5 p. m.
LvFOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU
ass, Port Barre, SimmsDort, Church
yul Mle, and all landings on the Coast.
yariver and Bayou Courtslean-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 & EPPLEB, 81 Gravierstreet.
R. W. ADAMS 21 Commercial Place.
Connects at Little brevi with steamers Creole
and Minnie. ja22 ti
BAYOU SABA.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA
ANT COAST PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
FORA YSUmSARA WATERLOO,
Hermitage, Port Hickey, Baton
Rouge, Plaquemine and way land
ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
OUACHITA BELLE.
(Representing new boat building),
John 0. Libano, master, John H. Moesoo. clerk,
Leaves as above, returnin down the coast
every MONDAY and FRIDAY. For freight or
passage a ITTO & PPLER, 82 Grader at.
LORD A McPEAKE. 4s Camp street.
au29 HITE A CABLIN. 4 Tehoupitoulas at.
BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
STN. GOV. ALLEN, STE.
John J. Brown Master. ADnas
SFoil BAYOU SARA WATYILG
Hermita~ge, Port EudssiLobdsW.'
adp Stof1riditng Rouge. Pfasousraine
steamer Gov. Afea,
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at p. .m
WDND43sad4Tqs ,q.
in?3maaman
ass 31V3.
indRle sa ala
Throug h bills W R a i a a d h o g i
ofI laigadtr 1tckt oalndni on iced River, aa4ME~
9dflo ytt~p ionsIn T'xae. The beet route
fol i~n~s~tdid and Past ta
Tompsin te ee WI leas advster
iow
IA Mlle, A rDAouDee,. Texas .
. P r. B et o w m nl. A W . Pn o t us Mol $r
hrlano m Oamn,
etton soii, 'Pot Hrings, and
e eas , (lovry W. lTeA, master,
WiLolave IIe a AY November 2l . ate p
l a Mnlle. M. ot . Wed, master.
Leaves bATUkiDAY, lecembor 1. atep. m.
CAr ra at n~I~ bof d h
l Tt wheý at haree.drf ay sne
Bostr se re t h a a r tnhopa ssal
to he oean s bin at O agire it
ob io ova pl on boar !
WREILI GIANDD ECORE PýAO, HZU
a d T a B h e a n d riao Nl o lat e . a
Lil's and way 1adng-R
ere-l and Pine
DAWN
0. P.Truslow,, myaster4 f( W. Drown, clerk. '
Leavoslw D A X. ABatSih p. UL
Richard Sinnott, mastw Oeo., familton, clerk,.,
Leaves overy SATUiIWA , t p. m. .
Will leave asabove. For Irei , at~m
apply on board or to 1.WAj5
arnie No. ti Coxnner rapi p,...
VIC~feJUmi 411119 VlILZ, A.GLE
ARII(POLIg AND MExnDS
Leaves EVERY MQNDAY, ate m
P OAIA KAP'OLmi, GREN$ ILE,
Argyle, Vieksburg an th
The tine and Past thsengerd
3. W. Tohin, naster; gW. . p Imes.e~j~
conneetingatvlroksbur with arisott'e Linem
all points on Yazoo and Tallahatehie rive:e
Boat reserves the right Ito pass all adn0
that the captain mat dee pasf
JANNEY WORT E
BRCKETt it OAhrfl3.
IiW. ADAMI3
Through bills lading given to Trepnton, Keon. ',
roe and all stations op Vloksbiirg. Sbrevose r
anad Texas Railro~ad. Alpo, to all' pointe on Ark-,
apolle and Pine 131i ff allrpat Ael
006 a ~s'n ha5
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaven e!vr TU i,'~At
Davis ? rdi~termý .
Willim eame
A. MYiiay clerk,
leaves as above, uonnectiiig at'Vic~kssbnr wth
Parisot's Line for all pocints on the Yazoo,pa
flower, Deer Creek an ALA Ia.
IUTL (CARi4R et
Will give through bills of lading toTm *0
Monroe. and all stations on the Vlch ,..
Bhreveport and Texase Rairo via De
d W. B. aROETr
UN~ITED STA 'EMAIIl, PACKET,
Leaves every B8IDA at 1p.
FOR GREENVILN, TICK
a 1 and the Bends-The fine
J. M. White master, C. Holms lofh
Will leave as above, connecti ng at tson Vi
with the "Parlpot Linn" for all point o iYl
and Tailahr' "clie rivers. For freight orinrs ._
apply on board, or to
*VANNEY & ORIL
Through Bills of 1ý ven
Monroe and all stations on Vicksba
port and Texas Railro o
mh27 B OETT A CART33.
SATURDAY VI SB RG UITED STAD
' rNatehez and all intermediaatew
lug -T he Ca or packet
T. P. Leathers masts- 31 J. Mqsse
oonnecting at Vicksburg with the Pariaoczi4
for Yazoo, Tallahatchie and- Sunflow rivers, -
and with Anchor Line for Memphis, az e
St. Louis.
This boat reserves the right to pass all lad.
ings that the Captain may consile unsafe.i
Arfeh r e pplyionaboa
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FORDONALDg N VLLA toA NEW OsLEA'
B NDE EXARLI RTcAuIBO AI). ,.-"'
Will leave the head of envile st t
amfoor Westwego wth apassnge rs forala
Returning, will arrive at 5:45 p.m Saebi
connecting with Sunday Accommoaira
will leave at 8 a. m., returning same Oa tea~
o'lo w de re at its destinat on ui
mornina.
ocde tf 0. I1 PAYNE, BAperingendent
IIPPER cIIAsT.
BLUE WING LINE.
UPPER COAST DAILY AND TBILWE
LINE TO BONNET CAERE AND AH
LAND PLANTATION.
STEAMER
RELLE,
Warper. master. .. a. ibron. clerk
Will leave Now Orleans daily (Taturdays e
ed) at w a. m. for Bonnet Carre5 . no. m t
Leaves everat ONDAY. WEDNESDAl ste
n id al t landigsto adtn
side-wheel aseersteamere
I. A. Comatock master.
Geo. N. Woods sad Chas. Deem, etk,
Will leave as above. Rturn
land Plantation Tueo , hrsx a 3..
day, coming down the coast in ylgaJg
freight or passaae aplz nj arort
an2I t1 O 5. PAYNE, Suerintendent.
Y.. All freight delivered in th daitinae
NWO LE4N AD CAT.PE ~aTN.
DPER AILY DALN O ND PA TRI
LIN FOR BONEN. TUREUD ANDIE
The steamer tto adns
MARY ISA,
7 AHarper master, .E ru clerk.
Leaves UevebAYS. THURWDAYS DAn sA'- .
URDAYS. at loea. m.
The steamer
J.id A. Certoc marthur. Ncls li
Leaes.M MOD'odWEandEha.DAYeandU
DAYSl at 10 a m. 3th boats return on sate,
nate days and in daTeliht. For freight oa .m
sage apply on boar or to
Yse W. 3. COMAUL C0 Cots street.
FALNDWINER cAerRA
1977. Lower Coast Packets. ISNS.
NEW ORLEANS AND GL TRANSPOR A.
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ANTRAA W. . BASSET,
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