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RIVER NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT. }
Friday, May 24. 1875.
Arrivals.
Gov. Allen Martha. City of Alton. Wild (ta
zello, Bart Able, Belle. Natchez, St. Mary.
Departure..
Martha. Mary Ida, Eva, Frank I'argoud, Gold
en City.
To Arr.lv
Ouachitn IBnlle. layou Sara: Eva. Lafourche;
Martha leaitel. lower coast; Assumption Tex
ae. Red river: New Mary Houstoin Charlos
Morgan. Cincinnati; H. C. Yaeger., tt. Louis;
Mary Ida. u.per coast.
The weather yesterday was clear ald iuiite
warm.
Busines- dull.
The Oollten City, for Cincinnati, left yester
day with a fair trio part of which was 50o baIr
reis of politols., 75 bales cotton batting, 35 tons
marble, rSt, btrr'ls rosin, 100 barrels pitch.
53.000 feet tllnbr. 75 hales rags, 25 hogsheads
Iron, 1150 hags salt. 75 packages wine. sn har
rles onlons, r. liale's notton, 40 hogsheads sangr.
440 barrels mIrlasses and lot sundries.
The stearnor Bert Able, from Campte. ar
rived on time last evening, and will leave for
Shbrevepor on iatilrday at 5 p. m.
The Golden ('ity left with between thirty and
forty D.pasnglirs.
See telouram below from the Golden Rule.
She's making time this tri ,.
The John Porter. from l'lttshirg, with nine
barges. arrived yesterday morning. She left a
barge leaded with ties at Memphis and one at
Vicksburg; also a barge of coal at Arkansas
City and one at St. Joseph,
The Gov. Allen leaving every Friday and
Monday, lands at carrolltin also on the down
trip Hunday. The fare each way is only ten
cents, the proceeds to be devoted to the orphan
asylums of this iity.
The Henry Tote leaves tills morning for the
Lafourchn. and will go through to Thilbodaux.
The Natchz leaves to-morrow for Vicksburg,
as usual.
The famous Charles Morgan. from the Ohio,
is due Sundlay.
The City of Alton arrived yesterday morning
from Rt. Louis.
The truly elegalnt fast and very popular side
wheel steamer Now liary Houston leaves to-mor
row. posltively. at 6 V. m, for Cincinnati. Capt.
Charlie Miller, who is in command, and Elllott
Miller her ilerk. are both well known and well
liked yor their efflitency and attention to duty.
The Kountz Lhn steamer II. U. Yeaner. due
to arrive, will leave for St. Louis next Monday.
The St. Francis Bello leaves daily at 7:30 a. m.
from Blenville street for Westwego. running in
connection with tile New Orleans and Texas
Railroad to Donaldsonville.
The coast. Donaldsonville and Lafourche
packet Henry Tote. J. F. Aueoin master, M. H.
Landry clerk. leaves to-day at to a. m. for Thib
odaux.
The regular semi-weekly Bayou Lafourche
packet Silver City, M. N. Wood master. Win.
Quloksall clerk. leaves.this 1to a. m.. going
through to Lo'kport.
The fleet lower coast packet Wild Gazelle, J.
Hamilton master, O. E. Holmes clerk. leaves to
day promptly at 11 a. m. from the head of Conti
street for Magnolia store.
The coast and Itavou Sara United States mail
packet Gov. Allen, John J. Brown master. H. 8.
Streck clerk, leaves to-day at 5. p. m.
The Belle. in place of the Blue Wing No. 3. J.
A. Comstoek master, Messrs. Wood and Dean
clerks, leaves to.morrow at to a. m. for the up
per coast.
Capt. Joe Dalfores' Bayou Lafourohn packet
St. Mary is receivlng to leave to-morrow at to a.
m. for Laurel Valley.
The regular tri-weekly u.per coast packet
Mary Ida. J. A Rtutz master. will arrive this
evening from Ben Turenud's. and return to
morrow. as usual, at to a in. The Mary Ida has
always a clerk on the lauding, head of Conti
street, to receive freight.
The fl+et Natchez, '. P. Leathers in command,
J. F. Muse in the offime, leaves, as usual, to
morrow for Vicksburg.
The Ouachita Belle. John C. Libano in com
mand, will arrive this evening and leave to
morrow, as usual, for Bayou Hara.
The D. Stein. J. N Tindel master, is receiving
to leave to-morrow, without tail. for the Oua
chita. through to Camden. taking freight also
for points on Bayou Barthol,mew.
The New t)rleans and Hed River Transporta
tion Company's steamer Texas, (Geo. W. Rea in
command. H, C. Bos,-ran clerk, is receiving to
leave to-morrow for Shreveport.
The reagular weekly Indoependent Red River
eacket Assumption. Wi. Gillen master. P. A.
Charlet clerk, is receiving to leave to-morrow
at B p. m. for Shreveport.
The New Bart Able. Richard Sinnott master,
(leo. Hamilton clerk, is receiving this morning
to leave to-morrow at 5 p m. promptly, for
Alexandria, brand L ore and Shreveport.
[By Telegra h.]
VICKxsna., 1.May 's.-To 8a . Wayne. Now
Orleans: The steamer Golden Rule passed
Vicksburg, from New Orleans to Cincinnati.
She was forty-two hours out; made seven land
ings. She was full of teople.
O. P. SHINKLE Master.
BATON RorUE, May 23.-To C. G. Wayne New
Orleans: The steamer Mary Houston, still on
time. will arrive at 9 this evening aud leave
Saturday. COHAS. MILLER. Ma-ter.
CINCINNATI. May 23.-Weather cloudy and
pleasant: light rain this morning. Business
slack. Arrived: Stookdale, Pittsburg; Ohio,
Pomeroy; States. Louisville; Goff. Memphis;
Miller, St. Louis. Leaving to-day: Stockdale,
Ohio and States on return. The Mitchell ar
rived from New Orleans this morning.
8T. Louis. May 23.-Arrivals: J. B. M Kehlor
New Orleans: J. M Kerr, Illinois river; Sprearl
Eagle. Grafton ; War Eagle. Keokuk; Belle of
Shreveport, New Orleans; John B. Maude,
Vicksburg; Coal City. Cairo; -Lake Superior.
Hannibal. Departed and leaving to-day: T..B.
Maude, Vicksburg, at 5 v. m.; War Eagle. Keo
kuk, 4 p. m.: Lake Superior. Hannibal, 12 m.;
J. L. Rhodes, Pittsbnr~g, 5 . im.: Spread Eagle
3 p. m. Coal City. Cairo; Maggie C., Illinois
river. Weather warm and cloudy. River at 11
a. m. 22 feet 4 inches and falling.
Exchange Clipplngss May I1.
Ulneinnati Commercial:
Capt. U. P. Schenek and A. J. Schenck will be
here to-day to figure on cabins for the steamer
bearing the name of the former gentleman.
The Schenck will probably make another trip
before she is metamorphosed into a passenger
steamer.
Capt. C. P. Truslow is in the city and is receiv
Ing bids for a new boat to take the place of the
ill-fated Dawn in the led river trade. The new
boat will be 175 feet lang. 32 feet beam and 4'2
feet depth of hold. She will have two double
flued boi,ers. a6 feet long and 3s inches in
diameter. Her cylinders will be 15 inches in
diameter and 5 feet stroke. Capt. Trusilow is
sojourning at the Gibson House.
Engineer L. R. Bi, ber has been deprived of
his license by the Memthis Board of Inspect
ors, on a charge of having raised the number
of his license from 6 to 16. It appears that there
is no law against such a procedure, but it was
counted a misdem' anor of sufficient magnitude
to justify the sentence which is sustained by
the department at Washington. The admoni
tion, therefore, to the boys is, "Don't raise the
numbers of your licenses."
Courier-Joul nal:
The following is the total number of pack
ages of freight carried into Noew Orleans by
each boat of the Cincinnati and New Orleans
Pool line up to May 4. 1978. It will be seen that
the Tom Sherlock is entitled to the blue ribbon:
Trips. Packages.
Thomas Sherlock .123.l090
Golden Crown .... ......... ... 18 s os1
A. O. Donnally ...................... s 95,372
Golden City ................ ....... 8 91.7ss
Charles M rgan ............ .... 87,o
Golden Rule ........... ........ 6
U . P. 8chenck ................ ....... 976
Robert Mitchell .. .. .............. 9 64.074
M ary Houston ................... . 2.721
Cherokee .......................... a 37,049
St. Louis Times:
River rising fast with 20 feet by the gauge.
Blusiness opened fair for Monday. Rat's are
the same as they have bee-n for the past several
weeks. If mer,'han's wislh to keep a Na 1 line
of packets in the trade they should pay living
prices. Ten cents Ier 10a for pound freight and
2.:c a bbl for flour to New Orleans is not enough:
150 per 100 and 30o per bbl would be about thie
fair thing. We ( fier th. se suggestions simply
because the prevailing competitton, as it is
called is not healthy. and if -hippers don't take'
the thing in hbnd and meet the owners of ton
nage half way they may p*ossibly wake up some
morning and find ano ther pool fastened upon
them. Let business principles control busi
nass, and not schemes and tricks.
Capt. Hicks and Grissom's new mammoth
carrier will be named Harry Franke. after a
large shipper, who ships from Carson's Land
ing and two or three o her points.
Memphis Avalanche, May 22:
The Gold Dust leaves here for New Orleans
this forenoon.
Wm, Rahm. Jr., of Evansville. has shipped
South 300,0e1 sacks of corn during the last three
years. This season he has shipped 14o.u0o sacks,
and he had -ome 4re0 sacks on the Golden Rule
daring her last trip.
The Yeager took 430 sacks cotton seed meal
over the river.
The snagboat DeRuessy con inues her good
work of clearing the 'hag n-i of the river below
this port. She is a preclouc craft, and our boat
owners are proud of her.
The government built a dam on the Upper
Cumberland last year. an,l on Saturday last
nineteen loaded coal boa's, with over 100,000
bushels of coal. were sunk in truing to pass it.
Every boat that .stare.d. except no,. was lost.
Some tw-lve or flfteen boats of the fleet were
landed above the dam and were saved. The
owners now talk of suing the gvernment
for damages. A dam like that is certainly out
rageous. and some vnalty should attach to
those who put it uD so bundina~!y
MARINE NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT,
May 24, 1170,
Cleared Yesterday.
Steamer Amite, Boyle, for Pensacola- Master
hrit ship Mataura, Homer, for Bremw n
A K Miller &co
Ans bark Nerea. Lnyk, for Ronen
A K Miller tco
Nor bark Resclve, Andersen. for Cork
John II Frerichs
Schr Martha M, Milloit, for Mobile-- i It Poole
Arrived
U 8 man-of war Hwatera, Barrett commander, from
Vera Cru-r-S-tream
Ship Northampton. Frank. 31 days from Bathl. Me,
to J It Warner-let dile
.TrAMDOAIT.
City of Alton. Bixby. from St Lolis
C4ov Allen. Brown. from Bavou Sara
Martha. Bassett. from Port Eaols
John Porter, Mahon, from Pittadrtg, with 0 liar-ges
Bart Able, Shinott. trom Campte
belile. (omateck, from Upper Coast
Wild Gazelle. llamilton, from Lower Coast
Exuorts
CORK-Per bark Rlesolve-6146 sacks oilcake 2100
pea staves
MOBILE Per chr Martha M---- ! bbls molaseso
123 bbl- pork 14 bble rice and sendrles
I)OUENr--Per bark Nerea-2.6,404 bushels corn in
bulk
1FREMEN-Per ship Mataura---3050 halos cotter
154 hhda tobacco (tesms) 139 do (ieaf) 9910 poe staves
I bbl hlme 47 pkge cinse
I'.ENS&L'OLA-Per steamship A mite-100 bbls of
flour 50 hf do 45 bbls whi ky 35 bbls pork 15 boxes
soap 500 sacks corn 100 sacks oats 50 sacks bran 10
10 sacks coffee 230 pkgs mdse
Inmports
HAVANA-Per steamship Emily B Sndcer--17
hales leaf tobacco Schmidt4& Ziegler-O0. 00n ciaurs J
Domingo---6ti blls pineapples I bbl'vegetables A
Caron &co--$8i8 in silver M A Dauphin
Recelpts of Produce
ST LOUIS-Per steamer City of Alton-1000 sarks
cotton seed meal A A Greenwood &co-- I head hogs
Aycoock. Michell &co-2-o keus grease Bodley Bros-
15 bbli flour and sundry mdse Blanks Line-55 boxes
bacon 20 bbls shoulders 20 crates hams 15 bids corn
meal 20 bbls flour 15 hf do 6 hf toe lard i ton lardl anl
sundry md e C A Whitney &o---5 pkgs nmdse C
Weber-2. bbls wine C Loohbrunner-i box rmdeo I
A Batter----00 sacks oats C T Buddecke & 8nn- 5
casest,mdse Dunham M Co-5 pkges mdse C S~h t, -o50
sacks oats t ID MoKeller-4 pkgs mdse E Mi Rogers
-4 hhds tobmoco E H Wilson &r Mills-50 cases bee
F Hollander-3 kegs butter Greve & Wildermann
80 bbls beer Gordon & Gomila-- bbl chains l'iitard
-615 bbls flour (5 bbls cornmeal 150 sacks bran Gilo
ver & Odenrdahl-1250 sacks olicake H & B Beer--26
cases matches 400 bbls flour 200 hf do Hirsch. Adler
&oo-'+4 pkge mdse R Barklage-250 hbls flour too bf
do H DelkBondio-500 sacks oats 48 hhds tob coo How
ard & Preston-14 pkgr mdse J G Spor-2 bbls wine
J P Becker-I do J Loefler-3. pkg-. tobacco J ' Sea
rarin--10 bbls oil I L Lyona-- 500 sacks oats J A
Blaffer &co--100 sacks grain J J Weckerrll.g--;t!
pails butter J Nelson &co-i bou drugs J B Woods-
1i 6 sacks corn 14 bbis beef J R Kent aoo--2-40 bbls
cornmeal 119 bbls flour 213 sacks bran 718 sacks oats
Joe West &co--15 hhda tobacco Jno E King &.co-F,
do Kirkpatrick &co-41 coops poultry 15 head stork
Miller & Mover-to bbls hamns 34 borxe shoulders 100
bbls flour Miller, Grigsby &co-t00 biles rit. 2 tubs
butter Newman & Jones- 1492 eacks corn 44 sac. a
e stuff 0 sacks bran h7 casks tallow 10 casks sboulder
2 boxes shou'ders 120 bbl- flour 1I bbls pork I- casks
bacon 12 bis do 10 casks hams order----100 bbl flou
Pohibhans & Doll- e5 doPerd eauville &co 300 do, 00
hf do Pruohomme & Briggs-3 bb-s oil i9 pkge mdse
Rice. Born Joo--40 bbes flour 50 bhls cornmeal and
sundry m-.n N O & R R T Co-30 t asks hott ed beer
It Feasacht -yoD bhtie flour 300 sacks bran 206 sacks
oats Rogers & Mitchell-15 bbls flour Somith's LirAe -
5 do 4. tube butter t09 sacks corn Irchwabactier &
Hlrsch r5 toe lard Smith Br-s Aco-- 55 pkges whi
lead 8 M Todd-2 pkge mdse Sleward & Thompson
". kegs do Shakepear & Smith-24 bis meat S hwah
acirer. Frowenfeld & Pfelfer--4040 packs ca tton seed
meal Southern Oil Works-40 bxs bottles Shronshir,
oo-b0 toe lard 25 hl do 50 kegs do Schmidt & Ziet
ler--33 bxs hams Vose Bro--1 100 sacks bran fi7 aRka
screenings 30 bbli flour 100 hi do Valrin & Mortimer
--I bx chains W Kyle-3rf sacks c,,rn 145 sacks ox a
9s sacks bran 8 tierces hams 1 I irce shoulders :337
tble flour W H Mathews & Bro-35 bales cotton W C
Black &oo-10 Cyrus Bussey-12 Allen. Wee- & Bush
-11 Juo Phelps &co--12 Lehman, Abraham J&co-7
H & C Newman-2 McGehee. Snowden & Violett 2
+no Chaffe & Sons-69 do and sundries to order-To.
tal 160 Yales cotton 3 hhda tobacco
CAMPTE-Per steamer Bart Able-1I bales oot
ton Beraud a Gibert-Il O L Walmsley &oo----3 S C
Wilkerson-2 Graham, Black &to-ni Lehman. Abra
ham &ooo. Meyer, Weies &o-1 Clapp Bros &co- I
Payne. Kennedy too-- J W Burbridge too-I John
I Noble-341 sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed As.
sociation--I bhd sugar Allen. Nugent &oo--t--00oot
staves E P Delavallade-201 hdle bhides 3 bales hides
6 bdl4 skins 5 bble tallow .1 L Counet-75 headr cattle
I. Meble &co-20 do Noel & Wooten-5 do G Brown
-4 bales wool order-sundries to order--Total t3
bales sotton 341 sacks cotton seed 1 hhd sugar 1002
staves 103 head stock
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Belle-31 bbls mo
he a-, a P Lanaux-6 sacks rough rice J Foerster-12
bbls potatoes 3 boxes eggs L Terrebonne--sundries
to order-Total 31 bbla molasses f sacks rough rice
BAYOU SARA-Per steamer Gov Allen-30 bales
cotton S Gun bel- l bhhds sugar Bush & Levert.-7
bbls molasses Chism & Boyd---- do G A-Vincent-I
bale wool Lehman, Abraham &oo-2 bags do E P De
lavailade-24 bales moss E Odell-sundries to order
Total 30 bales cotton 10 hbds sugar 8 bbls molasses
PITTSBUBG-Per towboat John Porter--6 barges
coal 70.000 bushels C A Miltenberger -20.000 fire
bricks 3(0 bbls fireolay J G Clark--83,000 bdls cotton
ties American Cotton Tie Co
PORT EADS-Per steamer Marth--24 bhbls rice
S Haspel-15 do A Socola-15 do Russell & IIai--106
sacks potatoes 122 sacks onions and sundries to order
-Total 54 bbls rioe
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Wild Gazelle
sundries to order
Reelipts at the New Basin
Pasoagoula-Per schr Walter Denny--45,000 feet
lumber to H Buddig
Pascaoonla---Per echr Joe Americo----38,0o00 feet
lumber to order
Pearl River-Per sehr Bongue Homa--60,000 lathe
40,000 feet lumber toJ WV Adams
Springfleld-Per schr Lanra-35 cords wood master
Blind River-Per schr Jonville----15.000 staves 24
cords wood to master
Receipts at the Old Basin
Ma-deville--Per chr Mandeville--600 bbls char
coal t" master
Blind River-Per schr Clementine-27 cords wood
to master
Blind River-Per schr Pomme d'Or-27 cords wood
to mae or
Bayou Laoombe-Per schr Hattie M-27 cord wood
to master
Pearl River-Per barge Lucy--0F cords w, od order
La Concho-Per sloop Willie Dear-20 bble potatoes
and annuried to order
By Rallroadls.
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
May 23-141 bales cotton order-5 do Jno T Hardie
&cr-30 bbls whisky Lochte & Cordes-1 case cigars
Gladasiue &co-1 Ice chest L Haflin- 9 pkge mdse
J mi-on & Bro-3 pkgs paper A A Pealrson 2 hug
ies H S Mobey--l hb be to Shake ear & Sm th-5
bales mdse Wallace. Cary &co..lbbl ahiky N YTch.
man-2 do W Schmidt-- ca-ks Lame F Dolhonde-2
bbls whisky C Btouch-l do C Brown-- do H Wax
i bx mdse J Miller-1 car coal H W Rogers- 13-2
sacks peas L Pinkers &co--10 hhde tobacco Jno E
King & co-v cars cattle Ayoock. Mitchell &co-1 car
lumber A H Delmas-7r bbls rosin Langley, Garlich
&co-l9 bble turpentine Simpson & Tricou-l tank
do Chess, Carley &eo-3 bble mineral water Fredelr
Sckson & Harte-4 bdls hoop poles T A Beck-1 ca e
mineral water Wm Grant-40 pkgs tobacco W Van
Benthu"esen-93 stoves 114 pkge castings Feldhoke &
P- liu bbls oil Insurance (,il Tank Co-35 tierces ham
2 casks bac n 6 half do Schwabacher. Frowenfeld &
f Pfeiter-164 saceks peas Simpron & White-50 tierces
hams Barstow & Deevee-7u pkgs tobacco C A Whit.
ney &co-10 do F Beling-10 do H Splro--42- do J J
Irby & Son-2 bales mde R M & B J Montgomers -
3 boxe mdoe D E Morpby sco--7 bales mdse W H
Letchford &co- 9 do S L toyd-10 bbls whisky 25 i f
J Gottchsalk-2n page mdse McCracken & Brewster
9 boxes drugs Finlay & Thomoson-1 box saddlery
M W Smith-12 stole sand fixtures H Berry--l hhd
tobecco Kirapatrick &co-35 bble whisky C A Whit
nev &co--34 bdls mlse L Seligeon &co----12 st eoves
Feldhoke & B--1 box mdse Jno E Mor i4--5 bbis
whisky A Lundrav--5 do J L Leard- 3 do W G
Dickens-3 do T C Chew-5 ro 2 kegs wine J F Dal
ton- sundries to order- Total 146 bales cotton 11
hhds tobacco
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS BAIL
ROAD
May 23-1 hhd sugar J W Burbridge &co-2 sacks
wool 3 hdle gr hides 2 half bales moss 1-21 sacks pota
rtes F P Sevin-5 sacks wool 17 boxes eggs L Lacas
sagne-2 bales moss 30 sacks potatoes L Bibolet-451
do A N Laine-30 sac e onions J M Walsh-2 bales
mo a M Miles-9 boxes eggs T Wilts-4 do Wang &
Cottam-2 do G A Lanaux 3 do Rycoski & Manade
---oi sacks notatoes Jos Aycock -Total I hhd sugar
Clinton-Per steamship Morgan-le? sacks oilcake
o70 sak- wool 2d bales hides 79 bales cotton C A
Whitney &co-2d9 sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed
Associ .tion-Total 79 bales cotton 28 skas cotton seed
From Galveston--'4 bales cotton bales raper stock
4 bhds sugar 123 sacks wool 51 firkins butter 2 bales
asins C A Whitney &coo-- 00 sacks pecans Miller,
Grigaby &,o-6 bales paper stock order-Total $-20,
190 35 in curency Texas Ex Co-Total 24 bales cot
ton 4 hhds sugar
CHICAGO, ST LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
RAILROAD
SMay 23-51 bales cotton Decan &eo- 9 do Meyer,
sWiafoo-8 sewart Bros &co--8 Payne, Kennedy
keo--7 Riohardson & May-? Lehman, Abraham &oo
-9 J L Harris &co-9 H & C Newman- Biokham
& Moore--I Allen, Nugent &to-I 8 Gnmbel--9 O
Thomas &oo-130 hhds tobaooo E F Btockmeyer Aco
--E do Jno I King &oo--ll do Gunther & Stevenson
-4 do Beadles Wood &eo-9 do order-I do I bx do
S Hernsllheim & Bro- do I hhd tobacco T Wilts-118
pkg, beer J Ziegler-I-6C do F Hollander--900 kegs
neals H J Mul en-95 bble whisky O H Wymond-1
oar cattle Aynock, Mitchell &oo-I do J P Watson
Scar plows 19 bble whisky C A Whitney & o-1 box
drages I L Lyons--- bales mdse J I' Richardson--49
oil bbles A Maginnis Sone-100 boxes cheese New
man & Jones--t0 do iI C Porter &co -50 do 30 tube
butter Schwabacher & Hirsch--9 pkgs mdse Miller
& I)ielman---I ease cotton E H Adams & Bro----ll
cases shoes Vincent &oo-1 keg brandy I bbl whisky
J. Oottschalk--40 cads tobacco Wackerberth & Jn;
seph--03 pkgs tobaccon J J Irhy & Son-3 bdls sacks
W .onningham-75 tube butter Behwabacher. Frow
enfe d & Pfeifer-7 lirkinm butter I bx do C Clinton
Spkgs sundries Mrs E P'ulton-- cask wine I case do
N O & MR R--- bIs leather A Braun--15 pIkgs
Chinese goodls Hung Long ioung-1 case candy Mrs
B IlIclhart--t tubs butter W H Holmes &co--4 oseas
oboes H & N Asruorv--2 do A Dut ien -1 box hooks .1
H Marks-2 eases shoes F P Martinez -1 bx tea P F
(logartvy-- case mdee D P Perry-5 boxes thread H
Kern &eo-1 case mdee T )anziger &o----59'pkg.
butter C H Lawrence &.oo---2b5 boxes cheese Jun T
Hardie &oo-50 do Smith Bros &oo--4 rolls leather
H H Hanmell-C- bxs oil tank Insurance Oil Co--3 bx
tinware H Haller-f6 boxes drugs J Hart &oo-45
boxes cheese E F DelBodlio--t2 roae shops I) upre
-10 firkins butter v5 boxes cheese Flasnhpoller &
BHoker-15 do D Morlarty- I bx leather H Tricou
Total 109 bales cotton 17i hhds tobacco
FOREIGN PORtTS.
Bremen, May 15.- Arrived Swd steamer America.
Stridsoerg, from New Orleans.
(Ilo.noseter. May 17-Arrived. Nor bark lMjolmner,
Cornelinsen. from New Orleans.
Leghorn. May I--Arrl ed: Itsl brig Marnsra.
Ftenna. from New Orleans; Itlth-brig Edith ilal,
Ihayer. do.
Queenretown. May 10.-.Arrived: Nor ship Belsy
Gude. I)Due, from New Orleans.
Reval, May 18-Arrived , bark St C.lod, Stilphen,.
from Mobile.
Antwere, May 18-Arrived: a.hr Ronnie J. Carle
ton, Butler, from New Orleans.
Cronstadt, May 19-Aus hark Bolivar. (erollntinh;
from New Orleans, via Rival: hwd bark Hildla,
Wtlff. Irom New Orleans.
Amsterdam, May ti-The bark ''gpl, .Jacolbsen,
from PassagRnrla !limer ) arrived oti the :'d instulnt.
filled and sark n bile discharging bhere. Men art en.
gaged to raise It. r.
Londoni. May IH-Ship Annie M Law (Brl. Wilson.
which arrives yesterday at Liverpo I from New Or
leans, had been slightly damaged by collision.
Il ig Maresca t [lal), Frenza, at Leghorn from New
Orleans. eneountered a heavy gale on the passage
and jetticsrned a portirn of her cargo. She will pro
need to lGenoa to dlischarge the remainder.
SHIP BUtLII oG.
The Rockland, Mr, I)Dsert and Sullivan Steamloi.
Co are preparing to build a new and larger boat. Hhe
will be Ir00 feet long, 1(i or 27 fent beamu and looent
deep, and will be called the Mt Iesert. She will be
ihilt in thie Isot manner and sFit)l.led with pOwerful
engines anrd boilers of extra capacity, so as to ineollt
a iigh rate of speed with ease
LIST OL' VE SSELS
Up. Oleoped mad Balled for New Orleas.,
MAY 24, 179..
Iomeatlc.
NRW YroRtK.
Steanmship Kniekerbhohkcr. Keombl. . chli May 18
Steamsihi New York, Q(rick..........o.tt May 1
Schr A Denike, town- ............. aid May II
IIBATII Mo.
S-'hr John II Kranz, i'ritihr....r. .. 1d May 2
Foreign.
ievlta.
HIAVRtK.
Ship .ohn Watt, Deahon............. aid Apl 10
1 hiip Union, (Iree'.leaf ...............s I Mar 4
Shlip Sinioto Mitchell .............. ld Mar 2N
Bark Hianne SHmer, Ni'"losn ....... ild Mar 10
Bark Bridgeport, Morgan ........olad Apl 2;i
LIVERPOOL.
Steamship Iorsnlaia, William.......d. . ld Apl II
Ship Portlaw, A ndors-r n ............. oid Apl 1i
Bara Lufra, Lorncnt~ln .............old Mar 28
Bark Louisiana, Gondolll......... ....ald Apl 27
Bark New Brunswick. Stsen........ri . d Apl
writ:o rtr r.
Bark Treu Dubrova'h i, 'turecenovichl ald Mar 11I
DUBIN
Ship Samaria, Patten ...............ld Mar 30
NANTES
Bark Elios, Zar........... ........' Mar 13
('A n1Z,.
Sohr John Proctor, Doanse ...........eld Mar 20
ROTTERDAM.
Bark Tmperador. Josen ...............l Apl fi
• • n mmnmm mmlm mmm Im
RESTAURANTS.
BOUDRO'S RESTAURANT,
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN,
Is now ready for the reception of guests. The
Restaurant having undergone a thorough over
hauling is now in a first class condition.
Ar orders left at LEON LAMOTHE'B. 2s St.
Charles street will meet with prompt attention
mhts tf JARY & HAUSSE. Proprietors.
BRtOWN'1
LAKE PARK HOUSE
t-AT THE
NEW LAKE END
has been elegantly fitted up and is now open
Sfor the Season.
THE RESTAURANT AND BAR
cannot be surpassed. This spacious building
has just been rebuilt, and has all the comforts
and conveniences necessary to insure the pleas
ure of visitors. Among those we might men
tion the neat and comfortable dining-room, and
! the broad and delightful galleries.
Moderate Charges
and every attention paid to visitors.
r mh5 3m
MIGUEL RESTAURANT.
Phoenix House, Pontehartraln Lake End,
Milneburg, Old Lake.
Having reopened, .refitted and refurnished
with all the latest improvements the above well
known saloon. I am now prepared to receive
my friends and customers. Prices very reas
onable.
Orders for Dinner can be left with John Tris
S' coni, at the Custom Exchange. corner Canal and
2 Decatur streets.
mh4 3m MIGUEL BRIBOLARI.
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
The celebrated WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
PROPERTY. in the county of Greenbrier, W.
Va., will be sold at public auction on
The Sixth Day of August Next.
For particulars as to the manner and terms of
sale, upon application to the undersigned com
missioners. or either of them, printed handbills
will be promptly forwarded to any person seek
ing information.
HENRY M. MATHEWS, Wheeling, W. Va.
JOHN ECHOLS. Staunton, Va.
WM. A. QUARRIER. Charleston, W. Va.
A A. C. SNIDER. Lewisburg, W. Va.
W. W. GORDON, Richmond. Va.
JASPER Y. MOORE, Clarksburg. W. Va.
fe6 lawtd Commissioners.
`OULE'8 COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
k Literary Institute.-Day and evening sese
sions the entire year; elective system; 32
branches of study; daily lectures; gymnasium
exercise; special care given to native capacity.
disposition, manners, health and mqrals; non
sectarian ; students free to college, literary and
debating society; full faculty: large, well ven
tilated study rooms, and all necess a para
tus; special classes in partiealar stiles, for
mº two. aOU8 Prukiest.
BTIAMBOATS,
rD IIIVEB.
Mas4 Iller nt e.
PORTATION COMPANY. AND TEXAS PA
OIFIO RAILWAY AND CONNECTIONS.
Through bills of lading and through passen
ger tickets to all landings on Red River. and all
railway stations in Texas. The best route to
Hot Sprinms.
The followin splendid and fast steamers
composing the line will leave as advertised be
low:
La Belle. Maria Louise, Texas
C. H. Durfee, Col. A.P. Kouns. LotusNo.,.
W. J. Behan, Bonnie Lee. Dawn.
Kate Kinney. Silver City.
FOR SHREVEPORT JEFFER
.,..&,. son. Hot Sorings. and all land
ings on Red River and railway
stations In exas.
* FOR SHREVEPORT.
Texas. George W. Rea,. mntttar.
Leavos SATURI)AY. May -:2, at 5 p. m.
Nio wharfboat charges, drayageor commission
will be charged at mouth of Rod River, Bayou
Sara or at Now Orleans. in forwardiga freight
consignad 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. 111
Oravier street. JOBR. A. AIKEN. President.
M. W. JOYCE, GEO. D. IIITE.
.1. E. CARLIN. BRITTON & EPPLER,
in4 LORD & MoPEAKE. Agents.
FOR iED RIVER--WEEKLY PACKET.
Leaves on HATUIIDAY Mary 25. nt s5 . m.
rFOI, HIItEVEI'OtT, COUSHATTA.
L. Canmpto, Grand Ecoreo. Montgomery
Alexandrla. Norman's. Bartin's and
Ware's Landings. and way landings-The now
and fast passenger steamer
BART ARILE,
R. Hlnnott. maater. Goo. Hamilton. clerk,
For freight or massRWge apply on board, or to
It. W. ADAMS, 21 Commrn'elal Place.
P. .--Freight conslignral rto wharfboat. mouth
of I,,d river, or to agents at Now Orleans. for
thre steamr r aUrt Able will hl forwarded free of
charge. mvi
NEW OItLEAN4 AND SHREVE'OltT WEEK
LY INDEPENDENT PACK ET.
Leaves HA'I'UlDAY25 May at 5 p. m.
FOIl HHIREVEPoId'. COUSHAT
Ita. Crmpte, (Irand Ecore. Montgorem
ory. Alexandria. Norman's Barbin's
and Ware's Landings and way landings.
the now and fast Dassenger steamer-
AMMUMPTION,
Wm. Gillnn. master. I'. A. Chariot, "lark.
will leave as nbve. paying particular attention
tolantatllion anlld way llandings.
For freight or pasatg a.Opply on board or to
V. C(. IENI ZEL. :. Natch.R strteet.
my4 II. RIVET. Inr Decatur street.
LAFOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURGHE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO THIBODAUX.
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m. and FRI
DAY at to a. m.
L THE NEW PASSENGER BTEAMER
SILVER CITY,
M. N. Wood, master. Wmn, uicksall. ,lerk.
Pays partinular attention to way business. Re
turning leaves Thibobaux every Tuesday and
Naturday, coming down the coast Wednesdays
and Sundays in daylight. For. freight or pas
sage apply on honrd or to
M. W. JOYCE J. E. CAIRLIN
GEO. D. 111 rE. BIIIT ON & EPPLER.
LOiRD & Mri'EAKE.
P. H.-Has a clierk (nl the landing during the
day at the head of Blonvillo street to receive
freight.
Shippers can rely on the Hliver City remaintng
permanently in the traein. Other borat' will the
rilaed as buhliines,s requires(. Freight takon at
ar (rd ratnCr. m__ '7 if
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUIRCHE
PACKET
THROUGH TO LAUIREL VALLEY.
Leaves every MONDAY and THUIItDAY at 6
p. m.
THE PASSENGER STEAMER
EVA.
(In place of the W. J. Poltovent.)
U. D. Terretonno msaster. Tom Knee and M.
N. Landry. clrlers.
Pays particular attention to way business. Re
turning leaves Thibodaux every Tuesday even
ing and Saturday morning. For freight or
passage apply on board or to
TERREBONNE & BRO.. Agents.
6:) Decatur street'
P. .--The Eva extends the Thursday trio to
St. Mary's Church. apnis tf
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUHCHE AND
GOAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO LAUREL VALLEY.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p. m.. and SAT
URDAY at to a. m.
THE SPLENDID PASSENGER
steamer
ST. NARY
Joe Dalferes. master. E. Alooll. clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business and
returns down the coast every MONDAY and
THURSDAY. For freight or passage apply on
board. nolt tf
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUROBH AND
OOABT PACKET.
THROUGH TO THIBODAUX.
Leeaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m. and FRI
DAY at 10 a. m.
... THE NEW PASSENGEB STEAMEI
HENRY TETE,
J.F. Aucoln master, M. H. Landry clerk.
Pays particular attent'on to way business. Re
turning leaves Thibodaux every Tuesday and
Saturday' coming down the coast Wednesdays
and Sundays in daylight. For freight or pas
sage apply on board or to
B. RIVET, 106 Decatur street.
P. S.-Has a clerk on the landing during the
day at the head of Blenville street to receive
freight.
The Henry Tote will attend to the business of
the Assumption.
OPELOUBAS.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 D. 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
FANCHON,
H. H. Broad master. Thee. Jobin clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or t6
BRITTON & EPPLER, 81 Gravier street.
R. W. ADAMS. 21 Commercial Place.
J. E. CARLIN 17 Tchoupitoulas st.
GEO. D. HITS, 4 Tchoupitoulas st.
Connects at Washington with line of barges
for Bayou Bceuf, and with steamer Minnie at
Simsoort for Bayou des Glalzes. ja22 tf
'UPPER COAST.
SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW ORLEANNS AND UPPER COAST TRI
WEEKLY PACKET.
SFOR BEN TUREAUD'S, WEL
ham's, and all plantation landings
The steamer
MARY IDA,
J. A. Ruiz master. Edw. Ni colle clerk.
Leaves TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS. at lo a. m.
Returning down the coast on alternate days
and in daylight. For freight or passage apply
on board or to
fe24 tf W. J. COMAUX, 20 Conti st. set.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at to a. m.
,s k FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION,
Ascension parish. Donaldsonville
and all coast landings-The fine
silde-wheel passenger steamer
BELLE,
(In place of Blue Wing No. 3.)
J. A. Uomstock, master.
Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean. clerks.
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 on board or to
a .ns •. HENO. 19 Conti street.
P.S. All freight delivered in the daytime.
LOWER COAST.
LOWER COAST PASSENGER INDEPEN
DENT EXPRESS LINE-SPEED, SAFETY
AAND COMFORT.
THE STAUNCH AND SWIFT
pasenger yacht
P8iLD GAZELLE,
J. Hamilton, master, C. E. Holmes, clerk.
For Magnolia Store arid all way landings,
leaves New Orleans. foot of Pt. Louis street at
11 a. m.. MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS, returning TUE.DAYS. THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS. at 4 p. m. Receives all light
freight and valuable packages. For freight or
passage apply on board.
No one is authorized to contract any debts in
the name of the boat except on written order of
the captain approved by the clerk.
P. .--Spere Will be held responsible for
freight b.la m pr MoWe tt
STUANMIOATS.
OIO RIVER.
T AHO HSH UL A QLDENB CITY,
CRBA. MORGAN. GOLDEN CBOWN.
A. 0. DONALLY GOLDEN RULE.
RBORT. MITCHELL C.B. CHURCH
HNEW MARY HdUBTON.
~ ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMER
will leave Now Orleans ever TUES
DAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY,
connecting with all railroads and packet lines
running out from Cincinnati giving through
bills of lading to all points. For through rates
and all information anply to
O. G. WAYNE, Agent.
oc2a l10o ravler street.
Lenavos ATURDI)AY. May 25, at r p. m.
FOIL CINCINNATI, LOU(UIVILL,,E. EVANH
vill. Henderson. Hhawnoeetown, PaIducal.
(,ntro. Memphis and all intermediato olints
The steamrt
NEW MARY HOIJSTON,
Chns. Miller, master. A. Elliott MIller. clrk.
will Hnave as above. For freight or passago ap,
ply on board or to
6. 0. WAYNE, 1os Gravier street.
J. F. DOUOLAH4. 10o Gravl.r st.
Passengers ticketed through to all Enstern
cities at reduned rates. mh2o
ST. IA)U14.
HOUNTZ LINE.
S t. Louis and New Orleans Packets.
STEAMERS.
J. R. 1. K EIUALR. H. C. T lAEsER,
E. O. .sTANARD, MOLLIE MOORE.
FOR ST. LOUIT. CAIRO. MEM
hjis and the Bonds
Steamer
H. C. YAAEGER,
I. C. Van Hook master. N. B. Fowler, clerk.
Leaves MONDAY. May 27. at 5 p. m.
Will give through rates to all polnts on Ar
kansas and Whilte rivers via Torroen, and Upper
MississIppi via St. Louis.
J. T. BURDEAU. Agt.. 35 Natchez street.
aps tt
VICKRSBURa . R, EENVILLE AND BENDS.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at sa . m.
SFOR VICKSBURG. NATCHEZ
Davis' Bend and Intermediate land
ingas-TI- steamer
ROBERT B. LEE.
William Campbell, master.
A. McVay clerk.
leaves as above, connecting at Vicksburg with
Parisot's Line for all polnts on the Yazoo. Bun
flower. Deer Creek and Tallahatbhle.
C. (. WAYNE.
JANNEY & WORK.
(GEO. D. HITE. 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. BROCKETT. Agent.
de21 si MaRazine street.
FOB GRIIENVILLEE VICKSBUGB AND THE
BENDS.
Leaves every THURS8DAY at 5 D. m.
FOR GREENVILLE. VICKSBURG
_____and the Bends-The fine and fast
passenger nwrkes
FRANfK PARGOUD,
J. M. White master. Curt. Holmes clerk,
connecting at Vicksburg with Parisott's Line for
all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchle rive: t.
Boat reserves the right to pass all landings
that the captain may deem unsafe.
JANNEY & WORK.
R. W. ADAMS.
Through bills lading given to Trenton. Mon
roe and all stations on Vicksburg. Shreveport
and Texas Railroad via Delta.
W. B. BROCKETT.
oi0 3s Magazlne street.
BATURDAY VICKtSBUR UNITED BTATEB
MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every 8ATURDAY. at 5 . m.
. b FOR VICKSBURO, DAVIS' BEND
Natchez and all Intermediate land
lins-The passenger packet
NATCH IR.
T. P. Leathers masts; 3. F. Muse clerk.
connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo. Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line for Memphis. Oairo 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 9 WORK lse Common street.
J. E. CARLIN. 17 Tchoupitoulas st.
Will give throug" bills of lading to Trenton
Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and Texas Railroad, via Delta. La.
W. B. BBOCKETT, Agent,
mrys 88 Maazlnestreet.
OUACHITA RIVER. S
MERCIIANTS AND PLANTERS' INDEPEND
ENT PACKET.
Leaves SATURDAY. May 25, at 5 p. m.
FOil CAMDEN. ELDORADO
Ouachita City. Monroe. Trenton. and
all landings on Black and Ouachita
rivers and Bayou Bartholomew-The line. now
light-draft steamer
D. NTEIN,
J. N. Tindel. master.
will leave as above. For freight or passageo ap
ply on board or to
my22 F. J. WINBURN. 32 Natchez street.
DONALDSONVILLE.
FOBDONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW ORLEANS
AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
THE STEAMER
ST. FRANCIS BELLE,
William Gibson. master.
Will leave the head of Blenville street at 7:80
a. m. for Weetwego with passengers for all sta
tions on the New Orleans and Texas Railroad.
Returning. will arrive at 5:45 p. m. Same boat.
connecting with Sunday Accommodation Train
will leaveat 8 a. m., returning same day at 6:00
p.m.
Freight received at the same place up to :so.
o'clock will be delivered at its destination next
morning.
oclo tf O. E. PAYNE. Superintendent.
BAYOU SABA.
BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS.
STR. GOV. ALLEN. STR.
John J. Brown Master. A. Dugas Master.
•. FOE BAYOU SARA WATBERLOO
Hermitage. Port Hudson, LobdeUlf
Store, Baton Rouge, Plaanemine.
and postoffce landings
Steamer Gev. Allen,
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at a p. m
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at P D. m.
Commencing early.
For freight or nnaasae apply on board or to
J. E. CABLIN. 17 Tchoupitoulas st.
jysl JANNEY & WORK. ioS c(mmon at.
REGULARB SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU O ARA
ANJ COAST PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
at 6 . m.
.o .. . FOR BAYOU SABA WATERLOO,
Hermitage. Port H'ikey, Baton
Rouge. Plauuemine and way land
ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
OUACHITA BELLE.
(Representing new boat building).
John 0. Libano, master. John H. Mossop. clerk.
Leaves as above, returning down the coast
every MONDAY and FRIDAY. For freight or
jpassage aoollyon board or to
BRITTON & EPPLER, m Gravier st.
LORD & McPEAKE. h 4 Camp street.
a.us C. G. WAYNE. 106 Gravier street.
P. S.-The St. John havihg been laid up. the
OUACHITA BELLE will attend to all of her
coast business.
BAY ST. LOU;IM.
FOR BAY ST. LOUIS AND PASS CHRISTIAN
Passage 7Ri Cents evah way.
THE NEW AND ELEGANT LOW
pressure side-wheel United States
mail steamer
NEW CAMELIA,
William Hanover, master,
will commence her regular trips to the above:
places on THURSDAY. MIa 2. leaving the Lake
End CITY RAILROAD every TUESDAY and
FRIDAY on arrival of the 2 p m. train.
Returning leaves PASS CHRISTIAN every
WEDNESDAY and SATUEDAY at 5 a. m.
Freight will be received at her landing. New
Basin, Julia street aide Magnolia bridge, every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY up to 1 p. m.
For rates of freight and further information.
apply to
C. M. SORIT, Agent,
No. 20 Union street.
The above trips will be regularly made unless
prevented by had weather or low water. apL4 tf
THE SLSTERt OF CHARITY
OF ST. SIMEON'S SCHOOL
A BE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR PATRONS
and friends that, after having made some
repairs and improvements in their buildings
they are prepared to receive a few you nglady
boarders. As only a limited number can be ac
commodated, applications should be made as
early o lsible. The Boarding School will
pcsation oar be made at SB, Bimejaw's School
IW AaaonU strat, dettll
STEAMSImP .
TEKA.
MORSAN'S LA. AND TEXAS RAILROAS
AND STEAMSHIP COMPANT.
The following low-pressuenre Iron Steamshsa
'orIm Iese lines:
Mdorgans Louisiana and Teixa Roalronad
T For Indianola, y.via Sai a.-u
tRoaE le8vi, ]OE 'an City ATURDAfl
o rI Dontr beonrd on the .uston ae
e.htray and t G ai .ndnS 4. t at rinernatioa
and Great Northern Railroad. and New Ol
and Texas Ralroad via Clinton. and the
Treansortation Conoany.
Freight charged as per new card rates,
Ban Antonio freet.s recelvedl and forwtar d
via Clinton and ualveston. Houston ld i.l
Antonio Railway.
For Brazes antlan, svia al.
AvesDton
The iron steamer
T C. HARRI
Will leave Morgan City
No corn received without orders.
Lighterage at Brazs Santtiago at rial and .e
vense of consignees
Freight received for and bills lading psl
only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande Bulloo-.E
Freight Dadaoble n gold.
o., PFer Corpus Chrlisti Fnlt san
oBtSt. Mary's via Galveston and Boo.
port- e Iron stehamer
ARANrAS,
Will leave Morgan Clty on
Lighterage t Corpus Chrst (if anyeratb.
e1igt for St. Mary's and Fulton landed as
Freht for all the above oints reoeived at
Depot Morgan's Lousiana and Texas lailr
foot of Lafayette street. daily. until p. m.
PASSENGER AND MAIL ROUT).
For Galveston, Houston and Indis
Passengers take Railroad Ferryoat foat
Atnn street. at r:80 a h. . reac inorgasnt
at 12:1 n m, there oonnetin wi steame.Ia
JOSEPHINE on MODAY.
ST. MARY on TUESDAY.
HARLAN on WEDNE.DAB.
MORGAN on THURSDAY.
JOBEPHINE on FRIDAY.
ST. MARY on SATURDAY.
HARLAN on MONDAY.
First clals fare to hlareveDort em 7-Time
hours.
Excursion tickets for the round trip to dr
veston and return, good for thirty days. m. .6
at ickets and staterooms secured un.. I.m
daily (Sundays excepted), at Agent's omo., or
the Ferry Landing, on morning of dea
Through tickets will be Issued tfom thi
tothe princial points on the) ouston
Centra Railroad, on the Interna
r rthern Railroad. and Teatiou
0 A. WHITNEY &A O.. Managers.
Jel ly Corner Magazine and Natches sM,
___ NEW ORNH.
MORGCN'S 1OUI'IANI AND TEXAS B.
AND NEW YORK 8TEAMSHIP CO.
The following Al Iron teamsg
florm this line
LONE STAR. ALGIERS.
NEW YORE, MORGAN CITY.
The Iron Steamship
NEW YORK,
TUESDAY May 2a.
INSURANCE TO NEW YOktK X.
Freight for the above port received at t'he de
of Morgan's Lounisinaand Texas Ralro. d.f
of Lafayette street, daily until v. m.
For freight anl ly to
O.r a WHITNEY A 00.. Managers.
lel ly Cor. Natchez and Magazine stree.
HAVANA.
FOR HAVANA, KEY WEST AND CEDARK.NJ
UNITED STATES MAIL LIN.
LEAVING EVERY WEEK
Sam The flrst-class steamship
TAPPAHANNOCK,
W. N. Cooksey. commander,
w.-ill leave wharf toot of Calllope street.
FRIDAY , M ay I at 8 D . m .
Pasage rates to Havana o: kit oursi tle
eta, 15o.
Paseage rates to Jacksonvlle. Moe indluding
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading issued to all points Iu
Foor Freight orpassage apply to
I. K. ROBERT. 120 COommon ste
Over Louisiana National
The steamship ZoiOa Unlol
on the . ms
BREMEN.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN BBEMEN AND NEW 03
LEANS. VIA HAVBE. SOL TH.
AMPTON AND HAVANA.
, The steamships of the North Ber
man Llord will resume their Begular Trtis
next Fall.
These steamers touch outward at Havre ima
Havana, ann on their home trip at Havana a.,
SSouthampton.
PBIOEB OF PASSAGE:
From Bremen. Southampton or Havre to ha
vana or New Orleans-ab·ln, ieso (gold); Stes
asge. 36 (gold)
From env drleans to Southampton. Havr m
Bremen-Uatn, $150 (gold) Steerage $46 (gI
From New Orleans to Havanea-mbin. m
(gold): Bteerage. $1s (gold).
Children under ten years. hallf rioe:; abP
adrAn under one year. free.
The company reserves the right to changethe
route of the steamers, their a4vertiaed dans d
departure and the prices of pas-age.
Passaee tickets from Bremen 8outhampo
or Havre to New Orleans lssuenedbythe unde
?or rerEar particulars apDl to
ED. F. 8TOOKME aRJ 1 CO.. Agsnt.
aal IT e. Union street.
PAINTING
TO-DAY BY
UNVTIAOK ,,
W. W. SE-LRPE & CO.,
PUBLISIEBS' AGENTS,
wo. ii Pari 3aw, New Teak,
Are authortied to eotract [or adverdsian I
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