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December f8 167?.
Cleareald Y toedav.
S ght.l UOading, Colbnrn, for Pniladelpbla-
Wtom Creerv
$tjhlp Prince Rudolph, Wisbart for Liverpool
s ship Colonial Empire, Batlie, for i erpool -
DeWolf, P'owell *o0
S ir1t ship Minnie H Gerow, Gerow, for Liverpol
hip Angese Williamson, Ranger. FatmPowell &oo
shi iceta1 nplere m Wtlllsms1n tbr Iavre -
i 'e 5 elf, Powell &co
tal brg Emmanuelle, Tucci, for Qnueetown-
A K Miller &on
liohr Maud Mellon, for Mobile- E R Poole
Arrived.
]lt uteasahip SoBthb Tyne. Hlleltt. from Nlewport,
Walls, Deo 3, to E.fo ter &co-4th dtish A Whit
IssIitbhtp Laira, from Morgan City, to C A .Vhi
ney &*eo-Algiers
. - R bimu Iboal, Cann, from Liverpool. De] 9, to
r ha a, ontierret, -5 das from Grand Cail
Son, to Bush k Levert-2d dis
lgner Amite, --, from Pensacola, via Mobile
to CM SoMrar-New Basin
STIEAMBOATR.
Wrak Pargoad,White, from Greenville
Daw, Traslow, from Fulton, Ark
.j l .anna, Bergeron, from Biaton Rouge
Henat Toe, Auooli. from Donualdsonvllle
d Poitevent, Terrebonne, fm Bayou Lafourhe
Iob1, OlPry. from Lower Coast
Be, Harper. from Bonnet Carre
Asgumption. Charlet, from Tlibodan.r
A PJ Baor, Poe, ir ,m St Lous, with 7 barges
FLATBOATS.
Two Flatboats from Ohio River
IBelw-- omlisi Up.
OQe ship Geo Washington, Probst, IiJ days from Bre
men, to master
muDorta.
.1U UMi TOWN-Per brig Emmanuele-5200 ska
L V'BRPOOL-Per ship Prince Rudolph--490"
se gotton 1800 pos staves
R.iI POOb--Por ship Colonial Empire- 4192
bcotton 3000 pnos staves
lUII'OOL--Per ship Minnie H Gerow----5350
batle cotton 2400 poe staves
HAYI --Per ship Anglesea -3310 bales cotton
180 o staves
MOILE--Per schr Maud--10 hods sugar 250 bbls
SIphat0.W 5S0 tons coal
A- i.dl PHIA-Per steamship Realing-3169
bba t olassee 491 hhds sugar 17 sacks outton seed
eal 1 bale skins 00 pkgs sundries
lmerts.
LIVERPOOL--Per ship Llewellvn J M. rse..4110
Saoks salt 30 don mats Jaao son & Manson
UArAl'AN-Per schr John Atwood-300 bunches
brasses 115,000 cocoanuts J P Macheca Aoo
Recelpts of Produce.
gOEIENVILLE-Per steamer Frank Pagond--407
Daiss cotton Richardson & May-'34 Graham. Black
A.eo-tl Jno Chafe & Sons-190 Meyer, Weis &oo
J L Hlarris Aoo--16. 8 B Newman &co-153 Clapp
re.bo&o-l13d Allen.Nugent &co-118 Alcus, Soherk
LAut--103 R T Buckner & Bro 100 Juaey & Gil
.08 TT L Airey &co-8-1 John I Noble-PO Bickham
Moore---80 Lehman, Abraham &oo--77 Chafib,
ton & Powell--7 Ar Miltenberger & Pollock
No.stall & Jumonville- 52 Stewart Bros &co-48
Ulseon &oo--44 McGehee, Snowden & Violet-ce
A C Newman.... 41 Renshaw, Cammack &oo--28
uokner &oo-i7 Claiborno &co-2- S GO mble -24
=W L verioh--Il 8 FIt dlander--20 J Burnet &o
18 Bash & Levert-l Gwyn & Dyer----1 Howard &
llen-1-f Chas Gallagher-15 J B Wolfe &co----ll
oewood & Richards--l Doize &oo--12 Jno Phelps
AoS-12 All n, West & Bush--I 8 O Thomas &oo
1 W Bentell &oo-7 Temple S Coons &co--7 S C
Wtlkrson--6 Gragard & Farrar-5 Howcott &eo-3
on jr-3 Payne. Kennedy &co-2 Nalle& Cam
k.-i J"March & Schlenker-1 Levy & Clark-- 118
smoke cotton seed Planters' oil Co-. 07 do Blenville
Oil0 o- 00 do Crescent City iil Co-78 do AA M.
gi.LtS B .on-sundries to orter--otal 3085 bales cot.
ton 3203 sacks c itton seed
JULTON-Per steamer Dawn-07 bales cotton to
MoGehee, Snowdenl& Viulett..70 9 GW Sentelli&oo
'1 Jno Phelps &oo-72 Jno Caaffe & Sons----64 R T
Buekner & Bro-44 Payne, Kennedy ,.o-21 Alone,
srk & Autey-15 Jurey & Gillie-13 C L Walm
R. e &00c- 11 - I hardson & May..10 0 Hopkins-4
Ih~ , anr Abraham &oo-3 8 W Rlawlins--l Britton
d Ma eson--155 head cattle Aycock, Mitchell &oo
g do ( Mehle &oo--sundries to order--Total 506
balew cotton 947 head cattle
B&TON ROUGE--Per steamer John H Hanna-40
a sugar 11 bble mlasses E J Gay &o-- -2o do 37
sugar Cnism & Boyd--30 no 195 bbts molasses
Miohard Milliken----045 do 25 bhds sugar McStes &
Value-15 do Bodd Brea &o--7 do Lafltte, Dudllho &
eo-6 dO 9 bbls molasseeGournier & Flotte--45 do 6
hkds sualr A Eileer Bader &co--6 do P Maspero &co
-I do 5 bbls molasses Jno Nelson--- 0 b hdssugar
Sen O'Connell..2S do 20 bbls molasses F Brugier-57
do 30 hhds sugar Lamaux & Sons-117 bbls molasses
o Henks-89 do D UD qnbart-40 do GA Lanaux-2- 6
do Conger & KeLy-ll bbls molasses E Bourgeols--9
doe o Scott-S9 o R Beltran--5 bales notton Bush
A Levert-68 March & Schlenker-3 W C Black &oo
-2 H Groebel-- 48 sacks outton seed Crescent City
Oil Co-sundries to order-Total 78 bales cotton 218
as0ks ootton seed 243 hhds sugar 1244 bhls molasses
DONALDSONV .LLE-Per steamer henry Tete
91 bbls molasses Blchsad Milliken.-ti0 do 09 bbds nu.
Pa oL Godohaux-10 do R DeVerge-'4 bbls molasses
Broe &oo-101 do 48 hhds sugar Bush & Levert
2 bble mlasses E M Scott-50 do 12 hhds su
at P Maspero &co-12 do W H Vredenbnrgh-52 do
tbbeia molasses to order--149 do 25 hhds sugar La
nat & 8ons-3d do 58 bbls molasses E Bourgeois-
10o doR Beltran-179 do 40 hhds sugar F Brugler--60
bbls molasses John I Adams &o -16 hhds snugar
Bopkans-45 bbls molasses R & J Watson-sundries
to order-Total 306 hhds sugar 901 bbls molasses
BAYOU LAFOURCHIE-Per steamer W J Poite
vent-31 hhds sugar 11 bbls molasses John I Adams
&.o-V17 do 26 hhds sugar P Lanaux-10 do 103 bble
molasses 20 half do Richard Milliken- 12 bbls do 10
hkds sugar R Beltran--35 do 114 bbls molasses Con
ger A Kelly-i- hhds sugar Meyer Weil-29 bbls mo
l V H Bernard-l4 do G Pascal &o-5 do Fran
leent A False-14 do Joe David- 37 do 7 hhds sugar
Lehman. Abraham &oo--S1 bbls molasses E M Scott
-25 do 7 hbus sugar L Oodnhanx--3 do 2 bbls mo
lasesA F Hlckman-3, do 6 hhds sugar Lanaux &
Sne-48 saoke rough rice A Girard-6 bales moss V
3 Bernard--undrlee to order-Total 147 hhds sugar
617 bbls molasses 20 hf do 4t sacks rough rice
LOWE..R COAST- Per steamer Ieabel--6ti hhds sun
y 8 bbls molasses John D mond-'0 hhds sugar J
W Burbridge &oo--0 do I30 bbls molasses P Maspero
o00--O do 4o hhds supar Richard Milliken--15 do 18
bbltanolsses Nalle & Cammack--- hIhds sugar L
Oodhau-6 do A Thomson &oo-30 bbls molasses
T MaDermott--3 do D i ' Perrett-27 do Chism &
Boyd-30 do R-bert HRare-37 do R BelLran sundries
to order-Total 168 hhds sugar 2153 bblse molasses
BO[MET UARiR--Per steamer Belle--6i hhds sn
at 35 bbls molassee Chism & Boyd--10 hhds sungar C
ealat--91l bbls molasses Laltte, Dufhlho &co--285
do P Lanaux-56 do 2o hhds sugar L D Sarpv-30 do
E M Scott--16 do Russell & Hall-34 bbls molasses H
Bally-US bhds sugar A Ingraham--t4 bbls molasses
ordo--tl o 6o hhde sugar L Godohaux-30 bales hay
A A Greenwood &co--sundries to order-Total 121
hhds sugar 537 bb s molasses
THIBUtDAUX-Per steamer Asetmptlon--10 hhds
suar 120 bbls molasses De gado &co--L108 do 10 hhds
aguer Rdohard Milliken---6 do 90 bbls molasses It
Beltran--10 do John 1 Adams &co-li Meyer, Weis
&l--1i5 do E M Scotei-94 do A Tertrou--93 do Con
Ler & Kelly----15 do P Lanaux----11 do Lanaux &
lon--96 do J M Walsh--9 do G A Lanaux---38 do
8Shmidt & Ziegler--3 do 7 hbds sugar L Godchanux
o bbie sugar steamer Frank PI'argoud--10 do Graham
Bl~ok Ieo-1 bbl mulasses W J Irwin-l sn-k seed
cotton EM Scott-eundrite to order-Total 53 hhds
atra 610 bbls do 1179 bllis molasses 1 ok seed cotton
T LOUIS[-Per towboat A J Baker-tL50 bble
.otur 1938 sacks oats 2000 sacks rye 18,0o0 bushels rye
in balk 30,470 bushels wheat in bulk 77.029 bushels
corn in bula Gordon & Gomuila--O3 bble pigasfeet 30
kegs do 750 sacks bran J R Kent &co-500 sacks ship
stuff 500 bble flour R.andolph & Dunnica--l125 caseo
lard 3 A Norton -150 toe do order of N K Fa rbhnk
75 do 15 hf bbls do C R Dolsen -1000 hf rolls bagginl
order-30o do 75 rolls do White & B rne---13 lfrtins
batter H DolBondio--12 do Zuberbier & Behan--i do
JOhn T Moore &co--i3 do Sohmidt & Ziegler-50
bbls pora Schwabacher & Hirscbh-50 bdls a trees
BtaMlr, Macready b&oo--- bas hardware Rice, Born
Aco--536 bils flour 40 hf do Glover A Odondahl--25
bbl do J B Woods &co--L00 do 200 eacks bran F A
iCeep---10 do 8I bales hay Jno T Gibbons &co
Totl 7,0209 bushels corn in bulk 30,476 bush wheat
i balk i8 000 bush rye in bulk 341t bble flour
O0tU iIVgE--Per one lttbo .t-4000 bbls pcta
toes to OhCs Pleasante-one .flatboat 2500 bble pot
toes to Howard A: Preston
RVEIIPTr AT THE NEW BASIN.
Covington..Per schr F M Pippo-5 bales cotton to
O W Sencellj&ko-4 Alone. Itoherok & Antey-1 Sam
amndesaon-1 Warren, Atkleson &co--.2 do IT bble
aolass sf 9 sacks roung rice 6 coops ponlry 4 bosee
S450bls sand to order-Total 13 bales cotton 17
molasses
ltrad mver-Per schr Two Sons -30 cords wood to
flalnaeta River-Per s@,hr Martha D-15,000 feet
lk bor 10 cards wood to order
SdgIe-ld--Poer sohr Victoria-18 cords wood to
p gs aL-an-Per sohr Pilla- 15 cords wood to
mailer
ULZrOTPI AT THE OLD BASIN.
ahefrnoas Eles.--Per sohr Emma Amelia--55
eedo wood to master
glmo ILaoembs-tFr mohr Battle M..27 cordswood
%i aesL beus.-Per Bohr Josephine No S--9
StJe. sa*W Di a-2sO az& wood
MORGA!r'S CtfISIANA, AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD
Dec 27-19 hbds sugar 27 bbls molasses Nadll &
Oammack-1 do R C Cammact-40 do Conger & Kel
1y-93 do 4 bhds sugar P Maspero &no--1 do 83 bbis
molasses J M Walsh--3 do John I Adams &o0-153
do John Calder- 54 do Franoloni & False--36 do
Richard Milliken- 77 do 15 hbhds sugar Bush & Le
vert--0 do 29 bbls molasses D'Jamison-39 do 6 hhd
sugar V H Bernard-7 do 70 bbls molasses F P Sevin
-14 do P Lanaux-16 do R Beltran-15 do J Thibant
62 do E Bouigeols-20 do Greve & Wildermann--3
do 31 hbds sugar L Godchaux--3 sacks cotton A L
Choppin-1 hf bbl sugar J A Bourg- 1 do L Der
dralt--3 tanks molasses B J Gay &co-Total 3 sacks
cotton 96 hhda sugar 814 bbls molasses 3 tanks do
Per steamshin Morgan, from Ciinton--211 bales
cotton C A Whitney &co--67 Clapp Bros &co....139
Meyer. Wets &co-24 L F Berje--24 Moore & Cole
man-18 Jno T Hardle &co-14 Gragard & Farrar-fi
G W Sentell &oo..2 J W Burbridge &co--5 S Gum
bel..2 Jno Uhaffe & Sons----'148 sacks cotton seed N
M Niblett &co-1131 do N O Cotton Seed Association
-Total 416 bales cotton 3441 sacks cotton seed
From Galveston-186 bbl cotton seed oil J Aldige
Train No 2-68 bble molasses Bush & I overt--0--'
do A Tertrou-2 do MoGehee, Snowden & Vsolett-4
do Richard Milliken-27 do 38 hhds sugar Challe.
Hamilton & Powell-20 do 3 M Putnam-30 do 8 bbls
molasses Chism & Boyd-17 do 1] hhds sugar John I
Adams &oo-7 do H & C Newman--8 bbls molasses
Meyer Well-9 do L Bibolet-3 do Rycoski & Man
ade-8 do H Salomon-- bales cotton L Terrebonne
3 A F Hickman-1 Payne, Kennedy &co-6 G A La
naux-1 L Godchanx..2 J W Burbridge &co-10 Mc
Gehee. Snowden & Violett-7 March & Schlenker-2I
Beraud & Gibert-25 A Tertrou-2 John I Adams &
on-99 sacks cotton seed Blenville Oil Co-2 bbls tmo
lasses G W Sentell &co--1 bbl tallow 16 hides F
Duffour-20 do 9 bbls do Rykoski & Manade-10 hide
H Salomon-4 bdls gr hides F P Sevin-1 do L Terre.
bonne-310 sacks rice J Foerster-Total 86 bales cot
lon 99 sacks cotton seed 310 sacks rice 107 hhds sugar
176 bble molasses
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
Dec 27-1 car cabbage M Flsherty-15 bble whisky
10 hf do G H Wymond-10 tierces hams Schwabacher
& Hirsch-7 do 9 boxes m'at 4 bbls pork Barstow &
Deeves-70 bbls rosin A P Perklns-1 car cattle and
bogs C Mabhlo &co-1 car poles T A Beck--3 t nks
oilW P Converse Jr &oo 102 bxs meat Schwabacher
& Rirsch-40 bbls whisky Smith Bros &co--i pkge
mdse L T Maddox-1 do J W Reedel-t- bags coffee
Flash, Lewis &ee--20 phkg mdse J B Solari & Son
10 do C A Whitney &co-7 tierces hams Schwabacher
& Hirsch- 100 bbls oil , Aldige.... 24 pkgs paper J
Meyer-2 pkgs books C B Edwards-27 bhls tong(ues
Vose Bros-1 pkgs mdse Rice, Born &o--15 do O A
Whitneyv &on-13 do J Schwartz--103 bales cotton J.
T Woodl &co-4$ J L Harris &co-162 Alien, West &
Bush--i Gardner Gillespie &Co--40 J 4i Graham &
co-26 Lehman. Abraham &oo..4 J W White-4 8 C
Wilkerson-5 8 B Steers-10O G W Sentel &0o----39
Jno T Hardie &oo-75 order-i C L Walmsley &co
15 Jurey & Gills-2 John I Adams &co--1t9 Decan
&oo-9e Pim, Forwood &to-sundries to order-Total
1i1i bales aotton
Tra n No 2-76 bhales cotton Allen, West & Bush
41 do Gardner. Gillespie &co-- 40 bbls whisky C A
Whitney k&o--O hhds bacon order-40 bbls jowls 10
hf casks meat Miller, Dolhonde &co-52 boxes meat
Bohwabacher & Hirsch----4 poes pipe Allen Hill-4
tierces hams Shbwabacher & HIlrsc-4 do Vose BroR
-3 bbls whisky I hf do J B Woods &co-23 bbls ap
ples Miller & Meyer -12 bbls cil J A Norton- 2i
pkgs tallow Newman & Jones-138 pkge paper M Mo
straw-25 bbls whisky Miller, Dolhonde &0--1017
sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed A esociation- 308
do Louisville Oil Co----6 coops poultry E F Gross-3
bble apples Russell & Hall- --5 pkgs mdse Mrs A J
Moses-1i x do C H Lawrence &eo-i do A Remer
8 pkgs mdse A Valeton &co-3 do oranges 8 T DUn
nis..9 pkgs mdse J H Ross-6 bdls hides 2 bags wool
J McCaffrey-t pkge mdse Sullivan & Bulger-3 do
C E Bridges-5 tierces hams J Nelson &ko--100 pcs
castings J H Chwpman-- pkgs mdse II T Lawler-1
bbi whisky Bosluet & P--t do A A Reehord-12 roll
mdls, A Brumn--:4 pkgs do Frost & Porter---6 do J
R Kent &oo-5 tierces meat Schwabacher & Hirsch
sundries to order-..Total 117 bales cotton 1345 sacks
cotton seed
NEW ORLEANS, JACKPON AND NORTHERN
RAILROAD
Dec 27-252 bales cotton Biokham & Moore-185 do
Riohardson & May- 183 Ohafle, Hamilton & Powell
154 Vaiden, Hawkins &oo--126 order ....11 Meyer.
Weis &co--91 Stewart Bros &co--53 S O Thomas &co
-79 Lehman, Abraham &co-64 T L Airev &o--54
Allen, West & Bush-52 . & G Cromweil 50 Allen,
Nugent &oo--34 E H Wilson & Mills-17 Jno Chaflfe
& Sons-15 March & Schlenker-14 F Walker- 12
Moore & Coleman-11 C L Walmsley &co..9 H Alli
son &eoo-- Jno Phelps &co-- R T Buckner & Bro
6 Gordin &oo- 5 Jno T Hardie Ico-4 J B Wolfe &co
-4 Jurey & Gillie-4 G W Sentell &co..3 Cyrus Bus
sey-9 8 Oumbel-'. E H Wilson & Mills--2 L II
Gardner &co--2 Graham, Black &co-- 8 Henderson
-1 'H & C Newman-1 W A Peale..1 D G Morey
Total 1661 bales cotton
38 pkges pisefeet E Doherty-20 bbls oil J G Clark
-1 box books A 8 Barnes-1 box cheese Wang & Cot
tam -1 sack potatoes P Lightfoot--4 pkgsmdse
Woodward & Wright-95 beer kegs F Hollander-7
sacks peannte 8 Oten & Bro-I bx books C IInok
55 tes lard Scihwabacher & Hirsch-15 bbls whisky C
Doyle-- 18 tierces hams 12 tiroes shoulders 10 bbls
pigsfeet 5 boxes bacon 15 pkgs lard W H Matthews
&Bro-18 tieroes hams 8 tieroes shoulders E F I)el
Boudio---00 sacks cotton seed meal GCo Heck &kco
50 bbls o:l J Aldige-100 bhis flour C T Bluddecke &
Sn--50 bbls whisky Holt, Murray &co-i crate cab
bage McGrath & Compton-- bbl onions I Bloom &co
1913 sacks cotton seed Louisiana Oil Co-1 car ssonk
NO & M R R-18I pkgs beer C M Kramer--I box
casting N 0 C R R Co-58 bbls onions Greve & Wil
dermano--50 pkgs mosegi LaNota &co-:10 pkgs
glassware 12 bbls whisky 2Saf do 2 kegs do C A
Whitney &co. 25 bbls whisky Hurst &ck--3 cases
shoes Forn Sons-18 bdls newspaper Dufour & Lime'
-47 pkgs wh-telead Mrs J Voelkel-2 bas leather J
HE ferlh1---5 bbls whisky Johb T Moore &o-16i
hbds bacon Shipper's order-Total 55 tea lard 36 tes
hams 400 sacks cotton seed meal 100 bbls flour 193
sacks cotton seed 16 hhds bacon 149 bbls whisky
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD
Dec 27-12 hhds sugar F Brogier-17 do B Johnson
-5 do 46 bbls molasses Chism & Boyd--67 do R Bel
tran-i-l do 8 Friedlander--5 de Lananx & Sons--0
do Meyer, Weis &o----Total 34 hhds sugar 363 bbls
molasses
Memoranda.
By Telegraph.
New York, December 27, 1877.
To C A Whitney &ok
The steamship Algiers. Capt Hawthorn, arrived at
9 30 this morning
IMPORTANT NOTICE
To Parties Afflicted with Chronic Dis
eases, Declared to be Incurable.
All cases abandoned by the physicians will be
given
GRATUITOUS CONSULTATIONS.
The rich man will pay his money only after hav
having been cured, and the poor man will be
treated. attended to and cured for nothing, by
IT. J. BEAU,
Chemist and Professor of Phrenology,
from Paris,
Who can be seen every day from 8 o'clock in the
morning to 4 o'clock in the evening, at
No. 43 BOURBON STREET.
The success which he has obtained by means
of his fortifying and invigorating remnedles, and
by attending personally to patients, is well
known. He has cured, and is ready to prove, in
the towns bordering upon the Mississippi
many persons abandoned by physicians and
confined to their beds for many years. Many
ladies, as well as gentlemen, have, under his
care, recovered health and the freshness of
youth.
His new system of treatment is unequaled and
sovereign in all cases of apparent apoplexy,
rheumatism dyspepsia. neuralgia, hemorrhage,
general debility, leucorrhea, stricture, diseases
of the womb, fever, diseases of the eyes and sick
ness of the stomach persistent and rebellious
syphilitic action. and all these chronic diseases
which, in the Southern climate, strike afflicted
parties and bring them down to the grave by
gradual and excruciating agony.
N. B.-His treatment excludes all remedies
that have for a basis arsenic, mercury and quin
ine, which usually cause the loss of the teeth,
the weakening of all the organs, and leaves the
patientin a state of prostration.by acting inju
riously upon all his faculties, and very often
giving him a disease which he did not have.
Phrenological science alone has the power of
pointing out the symptoms that characterize
diseases and discover all the phases of exist
ence. It takes its data only from profound
study. It does not surprise-it astonishes, and
by the light of its truth the consulting patient
knows that he can be cured and the way he is
going.
Ph renolofleal Consultations at theofflle,
*5; at domlcil, 10d. no27 Im
MEDICAL NOTICE.-DR. W. BILLE SPE
cialist for all Chronic Diseases, Private
Diseases and Female Diseases, has just re
turned from Europe Office, 154 Canal street,
between Baronne and Carondelet streets, up
stairs. Nervous Debility W akness, either
caused by abuse or age, ALWAYS cured in a
short time, Private Diseases treated after a new
sure and quick method. Female Diseases treated
with greatest success. Chronic Diseases of
Liver. Lungs. Throat and Skin treated by the
latest and most approved methods of Europe.
Dr. Bille's reputation as a skilled and success
ful physician is already years ago established
in New Orleans and vicinity, and he has cured
hundreds of eases here which other physicians
had failed to benefit, which is well known to the
ubor.D ils is agraduate rom one of the
slistoa Dioty~aa
aCrAT $ I11CETW.*
LC ABIN PASSAGE TO
VICKSBURG ........16 NATCHEZ .......... M
BAYOU AA .A...... 4 BATON ROUGE..... a
The above rates will be accepted by the fol
lowing passng(.r steamers: CITY OF ALTON,
SUSIE SILVER COMMIONWEALTH. CEN.
TENNIAL, BELLE OF SHREVEPORT.
Apply to J. B, WOODS & CO., Agents,
non t[ 104 Common street.
MEMPHII.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET.
Leaves on FRIDAY. Decembnr 29 at I p. m.
S .FOR MEMI'HIS, HIIELEA. MOUTH
of White river, Arkapolis, Argyle,
Greenvill.. Lake I'rovidence. Viuks
hburg. Natchez and all bend and plantation
landings-The elegant Iassenger steamer
GOLD iU7m'r.
(Tn place of James Howard,)
E. W. Gould master. E. W. Gould. Jr.. clerk,
will leave as above, paying particular attention
to bend and plantation freights. For freight or
passage apply on board, or to
C. G. WAYNE, 106 Oravlor street,
de27 J. B. WOODS A CO.. 104 Common street.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, Jan. 9 at If) a. m.
I FOR NATCHEZ. VICKHBURG,
Greenville, Arkapols, Terrene, He
lena, Memphis and the bends
The splendid passenger steamer
THOMPSON DEAN,
Jne. H. Pepper master, Frank Beck. Jr., clerk,
will leave as above, paying particular attention
to all way and bond freights. Rates given and
through bills lading signed to all points on
White and Arkansas rivers. For freight or
passa.e apply on board or to
BROGKETT & CARTER, 3s Magazine st.
JANNEY & WORK, .e; Common street.
Through bills of lading signed to Pine Bluff
and stations on the Little Rook. Mississippi
River and Texas Railway, via Arkapolis, Ark.,
and to Little Rock and stations )n the Memphis
and Little Ro.k R'illway via Ho elield, Ark.
BRtOCKETT & GARTEI t Agents.
oCe5 a1 MagCaz2no street.
BAYOU MIACON AND TENSAR.
REGULAR BAYOU. MACON AND TENSAS
PACKET.
L FOR FLOYI), DELHI., WARSAW,
Crockett's Point, Upper and Lower
T(enas and all way landings-The
light draft passenger steamers
TRENTON.
J. B. Sullivan, master,
Will leave - - . Dec. -, at pV. um.
TLNMAS,
L. V. Cooley, matter,
Will leave SATURDAY. D)ec. 'I2. at 5 p. m.
Paying particular attention to all way and
plantation freights. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
BRI rTON & EPPLER, 92 Gravier street.
HITE & CAItLIN, 4 To'houpittulas at.
LORD & MUPEAKE. 46 Camp street.
no24 tf
DONALDUONVILLE.
FORDONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW ORLEANS
AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
THE STEAMER
OT. IFRANCIM BELLE,
William Gibson. master.
Will leave the head of Bienville street at 7:45
a. m, for Westwogo, with passengers for all sta
tlons on the New Orleans and Texas Hailroad.
Returning, will arrive at 4:30 p. m. Same boat.
con neetring with Sunday Acommodation Train
will leave at 8 a. m., returning same day at 5:45
Freight rneeived at the same Ilane up to 4:30
o'clock will be delivered at its destination next
morning.
o.'lo t.f C. E. PAYNE. Superintondent.
OPELOUSAK.
REGULAR OPELOTS7AB PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNEADAY. at 51. mO..
SFOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU
S as. Port Barre. Simmsport Church
ville, and all landings on the Co.ast.
Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The
splendid passenger steAmer
BIG MUNFLOWER.
M.M. Dufour, master. A. P. Trousdale.clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
HITE & CARLIN, Agents,
No. 4 Tehoupitoulas street.
Connects at Simmsport with steamer Minnie
for Bayou dee Glfizes, and at Washington with
line of barges for Bayou Buouf. de27
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY. at 5 v. m.
FOR WASHINGTON. OPELOU
sas, Port Barre, Simmsport Church
ville and all landings on the Coast.,
Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The
splendid passenger steamer
WILLIE,
(In place of Lessie Taylor.)
M. Kenison. master, Eug. Quatrevaux. clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
B. W. ADAMS.
No. 21 Commercial Place.
Connecting at Washington with line of barges
for Bayou Bmouf.
no4
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every FRIIDAY. at 5 p. m.
SFOR WASHINGTON. OPELOU
sas, Port Barre. Simmsport, Church
ville, and all landings on the Coast.
tchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The
new and light draft steamer
BERTHA,
H. H. Broad master. Theo. Joblin clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
BRITTON & EPPLER, a1 Gravier street.
Connects at Washington with line of barges
for Bayou B.ieuf. jn22 tf
LAFOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET
THROUGH TO TIIIBObAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at 1o a. m.. and THURB
DAY at 5 .m.
THE HIDE-WIIEEL PASSENGER
~ ut steamer
W. J. POITEVENT,
U. D. Terrebonne. master. Gabe Blocr, clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business. Re
turning leaves Thihodaux every Tuesday and
Saturday. For freight or passage apply on
board or to HITE & CARLIN,
no23 No. 4 Tehoupitoulas street.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO LAUREL VALLEY.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p. m., and SAT
URDAY at lo a. m.
steamer
STHE PLENDID PASSENGER
amerST. MARY,
Joe Dalferes. master. E. Nicoll., clerk,
Pays particular attention to way business and
returns down the coast every MONDAY' and
THURSDAY. For freight or passage apply on
board. no13 tf
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET,
THROUGH TO THIBODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m., and FRIDAY
at 10 a. m.
L d THE NEW PASSENGER STEAMER
AMMUMPTION,
P. A. Charlot. master. N. Z. Dupuis. clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business, and
returns down the coast every Sunday and
Wednesday. For freight or passage apply on
board or to B. RIVET,
nos 105 Decatur street.
TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND
COAST PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 10 a. m., THUBS
DAY and SATURDAY at 12 m.
STHE NEW PASSENGER STEAMEB
HENRY TETE,
J. F. Aucoln master. M. H. Landry clerk.
Pays particular attx -r-on to way business, and
returns down the Coast, lhaving Donaldsonville
every Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at 5. a.
m. For freight or passage applz on hoard, or
to B. RIV ET,
105 Decatur street
P. B.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight
3n ri uo ltht
VICTOR PRIVAT,
Wholesale and Retail
LIQUOR DEALER,
And Manufacturer of
HOME 00BDIALS AND SYRUPS.
No 1 sUeavvRe steet,
Dseeetur am 4wlas c tc., New Ouaezas.
S@10 IVML.
ROABT MITCH LL, U A
CHEROKEE, NW B 7 H 8TON.
U. P. SCHENCK.
ONE OF THE ABOVE ST
L=) will leave New Orleans evetry a.. it
DAY. THURSDAY and SAT URDAW
connecting with all railroads and Packet lines
running out from Cincinnati giving through
bills of Iallng to all points. 1For through rates
and all Information adVy AYNE Agent.
0023 106 Gravier street.
Leaves on FRIDAY. Dorember 25. at 5 p. m.
FOlt CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, EVANS
ville, Henderson,. hllawnetown, Paducah, Cairo,
Memphis. and all intermediate points-The
steamer NEW MARY IHOUUTON,
Charles Miller, mastetc, Elliott Miller, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage
applY on board, or to
C. O. WAYNE, o10 Gravier street.
nols J. F. DOUOLA4S, 106 Gravlnr st.
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Leaves FRIDAY, December 28. at 5 v. m.
FORI CAMDEN, ELDORADO,
Ouachita City. Trenton, Monroe,
Columbia, Harrisonburg Trinity
and all intermedia:t landings-The steamer
SHANNON,
J. Dc Hart master. C. H. Arthur clerk,
making all the usual connections. For freight
or passage av ly on board or to nt
J.W. BLANKS. President,
2 Canal street., corner Delta.
BITE & CARLIN BIITTON & EPPLER,
,IANNEY & WORk. LORD & McPEAKE,
dros Agents.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANHPORTATION COMPANY.
Leaves SATUIH)AY Deember 29. at 5 0. m.
FOIR CAMDEN. ELDOIIADO.
(tuaehita City, Trenton, Monroe,
Columbia, Harrisonburg, Trinity
and all intermedia e landings-The steamer
FANCHON,
T. C. Sweeney master, Alex. McConnell clerk,
making all the usual connections. For freight
or passage apply on boardl, or to
J. W. BLANK4. President.
2 Canal street. corner Delta.
BITE & CABLIN BILITTON & EPPLER,
JANNEY & WORK, LORD & MoPEAKE.
(ide2 Agents.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUAOHITA IuVYb
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
OUACHITA OITY, TRENTON AND MONROE
Weekly Ouaehits CIty U, X. Mall Packet,
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 5 D. m..
FOR OUACHITA CITY, TBEN.
L ·ton, Monroe and all town landings
i The steamer
JOHN WILHON,
(In place of John II. Hanna.)
F. A. Blanks. master,
Will leave regularly as above, Wili reserve the
right to refuse any landing except mail land
ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or
to
Capt, J. W. BLANKS, President.
No.2 Canal street, corner Delta,
BITE & CARLIN BRITTOc & EP PLE.
JANNEY & WORK. LORD & MoPEAKE. Ag'ts,
P. S.-Connects regularly with steamers Ber
tha Branner for Byou D Arbonne, Acme and
T'immtio Baker for Bayou Bartholomew and Sa
line river, and G(oose for Little river. fell tf
BATON ROUGE.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 10 a. m. and
SATURDAY at 5 p. m.,
The passenger steamer
ST. JOHN
J. P. MecElroy. 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
se tf E.O. MELANoON. 32 Bienville st.
REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE
PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m,, and FRIDAY
at 10 a. m..
f The passenger steamer
JOHN H. IANNA.
F. Bergeron master, E. B. Trinidad clerk.
Leaves as above for Baton Rouge Plaque
mine, Donaldsonville and all coast landings
returninag every SUNDAY and WEDNEb DAY
EVENINGS.
For freight or passage a l on board orto
se2 B.O. MELAINCON, 12 Bienvlle
UPPER COAST.
BLUE WING LINE.
UPPER COAST DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY
LINE TO BONNET CARRE AND ASH
LAND PLANTATION.
jTSTEAMER L
BELLE,
S. Harper. master. J. E. Brou. clerk,
Will leave New Orleans daily (Sundays except
ed) at9 a. m. for Bonnet Carre, and on Saturday
at 2 p. m. nola tf
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at 10 a. m.
~ l 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 Chas, Dean, olerks,
Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash
land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Sun
day, coming down the coast in daylight. For
freight or passage apply bn 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 COAST TRI
WEEKLY PACKET.
FOR WELHAM'S AND ALL
plantation landings-The steamer
MARY IDA.
J. A. Ruiz. master. Edw. Nicollo, clerk,
Leaves TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS, at lf a. m.
Returning down the coast on alternate days
and in daylight. For freight or passage apply
on board or to
eel W. J. COMAUX, 2o Conti street.
BAYOU SARA.
BEGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SABA
ANT COAST PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
at s5. m.
. .b. FOR BAYOU SARA, WATERLOO,
Hermitage, Port Hickey, Baton
Rouge. Plaquemine and way land
ings-The fast and splendid assenger steamer
OUAC ITA BELLE.
(Representing new boat building),
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 Gravier st.
LORD & McPEAKE. 46 Camp street.
au29 HITE & CARLIN. 4 Tehoupitoulas st.
BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
STR. GOV. ALLEN, STR.---
John J. Brown Master. A. Dugas, Master.,
SFOB BAYOU SARA, WATERLOO.
Hermitage, Port Hudson, Lobdell'i
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 & CABLI.,
INo. 4 Tchoupitoulas street.
JANNEY & WORK.
i.r1 tf No. l18 Common street.
LOWER COAFT.
1877. Lower Coast Packets. 1878.
NEW ORLEANS AND GULF TRANSPORTA
TION COMPANY. .
The following Pteamers will leave
as below, carrying the United States
mails
MARTHA W. S. BASSETT master,
Leaves TUESbAY and THURSDAY, at 12 m.,
for Port Eads, and SATURDAY, at 5 D. m.. for
Port Eads and Pilot Town.
ALVIN W. T. SCOVELL master
Leaves MONDAY, WEDNES)AY and FRI
DAY, at 12 m.. for Port Eads and way land
folerk is always on the landing to receive
freight.
No one has authority to contract any debts
against the above-named boats, aexe upon
writtenorder of the captain.
iko'1
EBD ILVEL.
BRed Biver and Texas.
NEW ORLEANS AND RED RIVER TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY. AND TEXAS PA
CIFIC RAII4WAY 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 to
Hot Springs.
The following splendid and fast steamers
composing the line will leave as advertised be
Lail.e. Maria Louise, Texas
,iH Durfee, Col. A. I'. Kouns, Lotuns o. 3,
W. J. Behan, Bonnie Lee, Dawn,
Ka inney,
FOR SHREVEPORT. JEFFER
son. Hot Springs, and all land
sttons n ngs n Red River and railway
stations In 'el,."i
FOR Shl;t RVEPORT.
Texas Gee,. W. Rts, master,
Leaves on SATURDAY, Ifeceemher 21), at 5 p. m.
FOR UPPER . ED. I:TVER.
JO Bryarly, M. L. coovll,. naster,
Leaves on SATURDAY, Decmn teip9, at 5 p. m.
FOR MINDEN.
W. J. Behan, Geo. Wilkinson, masles r.
Leaves SATURDAY. December 29, at 5 4.a
No wharfboat charges, drayage or nommi sdScn
will be charged at mouth of Red River. or tt,
New Orleans, in forwarding freight consigned
to the company by bill of lading.
For freight or passage apply on board of the
boats or at the office of the company. No. 11I
Gravier street. JOS. A. AIKEN President.
M. W. JOICE Agent.
HITE & CARLIN, BRITTON & EP'LER,
ja4 LOiRD & McPEAKE, Agents.
WEEKLY OBAND ECORE PACKET.
FOR GRAND ECO.RE, MONT.
L gomery, Alexandria, Norman's Bar
bin's and way landings-The steam.
er
NEW BART ABLE.
Richard Slnnott. master Geo. Hamilton, clerk,
Leaves every SATURDAY. at 5 p. m.
Will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to I. W. ADAMS.
auao No. 21 Commercial Place.
VICK@BUfRG, REENVILLE AND BENDS.
Leaves EVERY MONDAY, at 5 p. m,.
SFOR GREENVILLE, VICKSBURG
and the Bends-The fine and fast
passenger packet
KATIE,
J. W. Tobin. master; W. N. Calmes, clerk;
connectingat Vicksburg with Parisott's Line for
all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie river s.
Boat reserves the right kto pass all landings
that the captain may deem unsafe.
JANNEY & WORK,
BROCKETT & CARTER.
R. W. ADAMS.
Through bills lading given to Trenton, Mon.
roe and all station3 on Vicksburg. Shreveport
and Texas Railroad.
BBOCKETT & CARTER. Agents,
oes 38 Magazine street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TUES I 'AY at 5 p. m.
S . FOR VICKSBURG. NATCHEZ
Davis' Bend and Intermediate land
ings-Tlr steamer
ROBERT E. LEE,
William Campbell, master.
A. McVay cleri,
leaves as above. connoeting at Vicksburg with
Parisot's Line for all points on the Yazoo. Sun.
flower, Deer Creek and T'allahatchie.
B. W. ADAMS,
JANNEY & WORK.
HITE A 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. BROCRETT, Agent,
de21 38 Magazine street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every THURSDAY at 5 p. m.
FOR GREENVILLE, VICKSBURO
and the Bends-The fine and fast
"A - 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 Ye.oo
and Tallaht'chie rivers. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
JANNEY &o WO$th,
R. W. ADAMS,
BROCKETT & CAtTEB.
Through Bills of Lading given to Trenton
Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shrevec
port and Texas Railroad.
mho 7 BROCKETT & CARTER.
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET,
Leaves every SATURDAY. ,D Pnm.
Lv FOR VICKSBUIG. DAVIS' BEND
Natchesz and all intermediate land.
Af ings-The passenger packet
NATCRHZ.
T. P. Leathers masta: J. F. Muse clerk,
connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo. Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line for Memphis, Cairo and
St. Louis.
This boat reserves the right to pass all land
ings that the Captain may consider unsafe.
For freight or passage apply n board, or to
JANNEY & WORK, 16 UCommop street.
BITE & CARLIN 4 Tchoupitot.J]s street,
Will give throng- bills of lading to Trenton,
Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and TexasBRailroad, via Delta, La.
W. B. B. BOKETT, Agent,
my8 3a Magazine street.
VI.BLBUGI, AZOOU AND TALLA
HATCHIE.
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS VICKSBURG,
YAZOO AND TALLAHATCHIE THROUGH
PACKET.
Leaves.every WEDNESDAY, at 5 . m.
, 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, 106 Common st.
R. W. ADAMS 21 Commercial Place.
ocl4 tf HITE & CARLIN. 4 Tchoupitoulas st.
STEAMSHIPS.
PHILADELPHIA.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
To sail on THURSDAY, December 27,
The strictly first class steamship
READING,
Colhurn, master,
will sail as above. For freight engagements
apply to WILLIAM utII.VY, Agent,
dell22 49 Carondelet street, corner Union.
BREMEN.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW OR
LEANS, VIA HAVRE, SOUTH
AMPTON AND HAVANA.
The steamships of the North Ger
man oyd will resume their RBeagular Trips
next fall, as follows:
From Bremen. From New Orleans.
NURNBERG. Nov. 21 about Jan. a.
BRAUNSCHWEIG, Dec.27 about Jan. 27.
These steamers touch outward at Havre and
Havana, and on their home trip at Havana and
Southampton.
PRICES OF PASSAGE:
From Bremen. Southampton or Havre to Ha
vana or New Orleans-Cabin, s150 (gold); Steer.
se.836 (gold)
rom New Orleans to Southampton, Havre or
Bremen--Cabin, si15 (gold); Steerage $45 (gold).
From New Orleans to Havana-babin. sae
(gold); Steerage. $15 (gold).
Children under ten years, half price; chil
dren under one year, frte.
The company reserves the right to change the
route of the steamers, their advertised days of
departure and the prices of passage.
Passage tickets from Bremen, Southampton
or Havre to New Orleans issued by the under
slor further .articulars aDl to
ED. F. .TOCKMEYER & CO., Agents,
anu1 lv 42 Union streea
F. BUSCH,
GUN AND LOOKSMITH.
No. 35 Oommeroda Plae. New Orlesu.
B ! AN oir tiau a
g~m
MORGAN LINE V. .s. MAIL W hWAWAM M.
The following low-pressure Iron SteasiMWli
form these lines:
MORGAN, JO EPHINEA
0LINTO. CITY O NOR
ARANSAS.
Plyin¶ from Morgan OCty, in conneon
Morgan a Louisiana and Texas Bailroad,
For Intianola, via Galvestmp**.
Steamers leaving Morgan City 8UNDAY.
TUESDAY, THURI DAY. connect at Galv o
transferring there to Steamer CITY OFWtO
FOLK both froeight and passengers
Through bills lading signed to iloesatn ada
to all points beyond on the Houston and
Central and 0. H. and S. A. B. B., Inrn
and Great Northern Railroad, and New Or1
and Texas Railroad. via Clinton, and tm T IM
Tans ortation Company.
reight charged as per new eard rates.
Ban Antonio freights reoeived and forwqrd.
via Clinton and Galveston. Houston and MU
Antonio Rallway.
For Braoses antiago
The Iron steamer
I. C. HARRIS
Will Ioave on
2Ir,.or ro.~nived without orders.
Lid~ enraw g at Braeos bantlago at risk and61
SFreig., re eivede for and bills ladilur ! a
only to r wn fl·svil e, via Rio Grande
as rnw f', .ogs 331 per cent.
rreizht pav bie it gold.
FewMar 'prpss Ilistla, FuPltom Y
via Rorkport-Tb Iuo*
steamer ARtA-Aa ,
Will leave Algiers on ,
SUNDAY, IAember ,o.
IARLAIf,
Will leave on
Lighterage to Corpus Christi (If-- ?) '
and expense of oonsignees. a
Freight for t. Mary's and P1ltob laadn .
Freight for all the above points resetate
DepotMorgan's Louisiana and TexazS
foot of Lafayette street daily, until Dp.
PASBBNGB B AND MAIL BOUTI "
For Galvesteo, Houston ant I saim +
Passengers take Railroad Ferry b foot
Ann street, at 8:80 a. m.. reaching Morganm
at12:256 D m. there conneting with steUaWm
t WHdITNEY on SUNDAY. L
JOSEPHINE on MONDAY.
HUTCHINSON on TUESDAY,
CLINTON on WEDNESDAI
MORGAN on THURSDAY.
WHITNEY on FRIDAY. t
JOSEPHINE on SATURDAY.
WIHITNEY on SUNDAY.
First class f.tre to Shreveport *--TinS 0
hours.
Excursion tickets for the round trit to&do
veston and return, good for thirty days, il
at 91.
Tickets and staterooms secured until ,
dally (Sundays excepted), at Agent's o..e
the Ferry Landing. on morning of do
Through tickets will be issued from t
to the prlneinal points on the Houston
Central Railroad, on the Internatio
Great Northern Railroad, and Texas
Railroad.
. A. WHITNEY & 00.. ý ,ets1,
jel 1y Corner Magazine and Matches 016
NEW YORK. ,
MORGAN'S NEW YORK LINE STEAMS]BI ,
The following Al Iron 8teamashig :
form this line
LONE STABR. ALGIERS °i,
NEW YORK, MO/GANX I TY.:
GEN. WHITNEY.
The Iron Steamship-
NEW YORK,
SATURDAY, December 29.
INSURANCE TO NEW YORK X
Freight for the above port reelýt
of Mrgan's LouTsiapand Texas
of aaette street daily until S p.l.
Frolr reoht, ap a & .0. ,
lel ly Cor, Natehes and e
FLORIDA.
FOB WABRINGTOfJ OP SACOLA AW
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY PAI
The following first-class A i
- shls will sail for the above po.iºa
folloALAAMA
F. Carroll, omatet.
Leaves positively on SATURDAY. II, Dmel
ý oWIE , ,
Leaves Joseph P. Boyle, mutalug4.
Leaves
The above steamers will leave as above,
site Jackson Square, Second Distrlc , `
For freight or pa.saes apll on " _
anla tf s18 and2o ns so
HAVANA.
FOB HAVANA, CEDAR KEYS AND
WEST.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINa
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
The first-class steamshl ."
MARGARET,
Baker, commande, °
will leave wharf foot of Calliope street.
SATURDAY. December 15. at 8 p. tm.
Passage rates to Havana, $40; Exoursaon tUýS
ets, soo,
Passage rates to Jacksonville. $80, ilas
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading issued to all nol> ;'t.
Florida,
For Freight or passage apply to
L K. ROBERTS, 120 Common
Over Louisiana National
The steamship
on the- -. m
LIVERPOOL.
LIVERPOOL SOUTHERN S. 0, LIN.
Tons. Commande 5.
ALICE ................ 125o .... Corbhishleeyy.
CHANCELLOR.......20so...... G. Repn no \
CHRYPOLITE .......1000......J. Corboiai ,
COGNAC............ 1ooo......W. Aikea.
COMMANDER..... -o100...... -------
CARDOVA ......... ..-1417..... W. Lag
COUNCELLOR....... 2500..... TUW.t
DISCOVERER........2500..... lR. W
EXPLORER.......... 2010......W. Jaeko.
FIRE QUEEN- ...11.... J. Fraser.
GLADIATOR........ 1000..... n
HISTORIAN .....18650.....W. all
LEGISLATOR ..... 2150......T. Burley.
MEDIATORB.........2010......J. Hanney
OBESON ........ 1220......J. mpbe
HTATESMN........ 186 ...... W. H
VANGUARD........14 ......W. J.ei
WARRIOR ...........1220......W. L. JonesL- ..
The steamship
VANGUARD,
will sail on or about D-cember 17, 1877, frO
wharf, foot of Calltope street.
Will receive cotton and sign through bills
lading for the Continent, between Havre r
Cronstadt.
These steamships, being of light draft.,
cross the bar of the Mississippi at all Uimi
without detention.
For freight apply to
DECAN & 00.,
delly 43 Carondeletatres
BERRA LINE OF STEAMSHIPS BE?
NEW ORLEANS AND LIVER
DIEGO.... .....16...84 tons....Capt.
GUILLERMO..... 1225tons ...Capt.
FEDERICO.......r42a tons ... Capt.
PEDRO.... ..... ·s tons....Capt.
CAROLINA ...... 1,54 tons ... .Oapt.
GRACIA .......... 908 tons.... Capt.
RITA ........... 859 tons....Capt.
JUANA........... 757 tons ...Capt.
The above powerfully built stea
enter the New Orleans and Liver
ing the coming tall. Will receive et
sign through bills of lading to any p0riet
ontinent of Europe.
The steamship
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