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RIVER NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOORAT,
Thursday, June 20, 1878.
Arrivals.
Ev. Belle Frank Pargoud, New Mary Hous
ton, Henry T2te, Mary Ida.
Departures.
Wild Gazelle. IJahel. Belle. Assumption.
Onachita Belle, Gold Dust. John Wilson.
Bonnie Lee.
To Arive.
Gov. Allen, Ouachita Belle. Bayou Sara; St.
Mary, Assumption. Lafourehe; Alvin, lower
coast; Danube, Red river; Chas. Morgan. Cin
cinnati; Bart Able, Belle, upper coast: John W.
Cannon. Louisville; John A. Soudder. St. Louis;
Natche., Vicksburg.
No change in the weather. Business moder
atley actlve.
Jeff ey is making one or more trips on the
Onachita Belle in place of Felix Bergeron, who
A on the sick list.
Two boats at the upper and one at the lower
landing when we left it last evening.
This s the Eva's day for the Lafourche; don't
forget it. She is a good boat, well managed and
very reliable.
Everybody and his family will be on hand to
day to witnes the arrival of the latest master
piece of river architecture, the John W. Can
non. She will arrive at noon.
See special notice in another column to Min
den shfpers.
TmaNsw MaRY HOUsTow.-Thls fine steam
boat arrived yesterday, and will 1, ave to-day at
5 D. m. precisely for Cincinnati. Loulsville. and
all Intermediate points, Charler Miller In com
mand, A. Elliott Miller clerk. The Houston is
a new boat, and one of the finest on the Western
waters. Her officers are veterans, and compose
one of the best crews that navigates the Mi sis
sip. Her accommodations for passengers are
the highest excellence, the berths are as com
fortable as they well can be, and her table rivals
in richness and variety that of a first-class
hotel. ..
The tug N. M. Jones leaves this a. m. with a
partyto meetthe Cannon. We are under obli
gations for an invitation to be one of them,
The new Mary Hous on turnishes meals at all
hours, an important consideration for those
Wheo ct aboard of her out of the regular hours.
apt. Charlie Mller'is a practical boatman and
a food manager.
The clipper Natchez will arrive this evening
from Vilcksburg, and leave again Saturday, as
Uhhe Gov. Allen. leaving every Friday and
Monday lands at C irrollton: also on the down
trip on Sunday. The tare each way is only ten
cents, the proceedw to be devoted to the orphan
asylums of the city.
The Bart Able will arrive this afternoon and
leave Saturday, as usual, for Alexandria and
(rand Ecore.
The new Paris Brown leaves Cincinnati to
day. and either the Robt. Mitchell or U. P.
Sohenck Saturday.
The rattler Charles Morgan, Albert SBtin
master, will arrive to-night and leave Saturday
for Olncinnati.
The Anchor Line steamer John A. Scudder,
from St. Louis, is also due to-day, and will re
turn Saturday.
The New Orleans and Bed River Transporta
tion Company's packet Danube, Ohas. Thorn
master, U. W. Drown clerk, leaves Saturday at
a p, m. for Shreverort.
The St. Francis Belle leaves daily at 7:3o a. m.
from Btenville street for Westwego. running in
connection with the New Orleans and Texas
Railroad to Donaldsonville.
The fleet and unusually regular trf-weekly
upper coast packet Mary Ida, J. A. Ruiz master,
Edw. Nicolle clerk. leaves this to a. m. promptly
for the Ben Turead plantation. The Mary Ida
is a daylight boat both ways.
The regular soemi-weekly Bayou Lafourche
packet Eva U. D. Terrehonne master, Thomas
Knee and M. H. Landry clerks, leaves to-day at
l6 .m. promptly, going through to St. Mary's
Church.
The elegant and fileet United States mail and
passenger steamer Frank Pargoud, James H.
Pepper master, W. N Calmes clerk, leaves to
day at 5 p. m. for Vicksburg and the bends,
thbrugh to Greenville.
The Henry Tote, making semi weekly trips
to Bayou Lafourche through to Thibodaux
will be at the landing this morning, and will
leave to-morrow at 10 a. m. J. H. Aucuin in
command. M. H. Landry clerk.
The fleet Wild Gazelle will arrive to leave to
morrow, as usual, at 11 a. m. for the lower coast
to Magnolia store.
TheUInited States mail and passenger packet
Gov. Alien. John J. Brown master. S. S. Ntreck
clerk, leaves to-morrow at 5 p. m. for Bayou
Sara.
xchabnge C lippngs, June 17.
Cincinnati Commercial:
(Capt. Sam. S. Brown and Capt. James A.
Blaekmore inspected Capt. J. J. Brown's new
Bayou Sara packet Edward J. Gay. at the Ma
rine Ways yesterday. They pronounce her
model easy and faultless. and say she is the
best chained boat ever built. Her cabin will be
one of the most magnificent on our waters, be
ing entirely of a new and original design.
NEw ORLEANS, June 14.-It may be said that
there has been very little improvement in
Western river boats during the past thirty
years. During the same period the improve
ments in ocean navigation have been very
marked. It is not an exaggeration to say that
a steamship now, carrying double the tonnage
of the vessel of thirty years ago, burns less fuel
and makes the voyage in less time.
Ocean steamers are now mostly built of iron.
The ratio of the length to the width is greater.
The screw has taken the place of the paddle
wheel. The compound engine has taaen the
place of the single cylinder. The results of
these changes are before our eyes. Can we not
Introduce some of these improvements on our
river boats? All of them doubtless, with the sin
gle exception of rhe screw. The compound en
gine is to be found on the Kehlor. Stanard, and
some others of that line, but none of our pas
senger boats are "engined" (to coin a new
word) after this system. The life of a boat on
our waters, provided she has a natural death.
is about six yeats. During this perio I she has
required for repairs half as much as her origi
nal cost. If she were built of iron, she wo-tld
last say twenty or twent,-five years, besides re
quiring much less annual repairs. how, if a
boat strikes a snag or rock. down she goes in
five or ten minutes. Were she properly pro
vided with bulkhb ads it is evident that not one
boat would be lost from sinking where five are
lost now.
Then again our provisions for putting out
fires on boats are miserably inadequate; in
fact, as a general thing, in case of fire they are
never used, as the boat is burned up before the
apparatus can be got to work. The hose is
always unattached to the pump, and before it
can be attached the boat is burned up. Again.
the pump itself is of little for, e. Now steam
boat property is extra hazardous. The boat
wears out in six or seven years. She sinks in
five minutes. She burns up in two. Can it be
said that this condition of affairs can not be
improved; could not the life of a boat be length
ened three times: her liability to sink be dimrin
ished nine-tenths; the chances of burning up
be reduced one-half? We shall see what we
shall see, but what I would add now is a con
demnation of the practice of building boats
with bluff bows and "bad runs" for the sake of
carrying a few tons more of freight, thus re
ducing the speed of a boat by one-fourth, more
or less. Thy proper model for speed would
give the hull of a boat the turm of two triangles
joined bow to bow, a line drawn across
the hull half way between bow and stern, rep
resenting a comm,,n bow of the two triangles.
In our shall w w,,ters, and in order to have a
certain capacity for freight, we are compelled
to depart from toe theoretical line, but we cou'd
at least make a faint approximation, and build
boats with models somewlat better than tha" of
a scow. Yet I see boats, norably in the Now Or
leans and St Louis tr ide-passe nger boats,
.too-in which lines for speed are all sacrificed
for the purpose of carrying, say 10e toes more
ireight. They have plenty of steam power to
drive them at a good rate of speed, but owing
to their miserably modeled hulls their stneed is
slow. With hulls pr-'perly shaped. I have
no doubt those boa s would make the
trip to St. Louis in one day or more less
time, thus saving in "running expenses" stC0 or
$500, besides giving greater sati-faetion to pas
sengers, and even to the offilers themselves. If 1
a certain capacity for freight is required, make
the hull longer, but give her a sharp bow and
S'ood "run." hew bolts can be so'shaped that
en light the model is good, but as they are
loaded down the lines are fuller, thus giving
them a good mndel wlen going up stream with
but little freight., when speed is required and
the current is adverse, and giving freight ca
pacity when loaded and the current is with
them. I commend the models of the Natchez I
and Lee as approaches to perfection.
ST UDENT.
Madison Courier: TUDENT.
Capt, John T. Guire. the submarine diver,
who has been here for several weeks in the in
terest of the owners of the sunken Calumet.
makes a proposition to attempt one of the most -
astonishing feats ever thought of. He proonses I
to walk from Cincinnati to Cairo on the bottom
of the Ohio river in twenty-five oats. and has t
friends who wil back him with $10l.0o. If he
attempts it he will have a ilflt to accompany I
him, upon which will be pla-ed ann air Dump
and other necessary apparatus, lie will clalim
the privilege of coming up whenever he deems
it necessary, but proposes to w lt every foot ,f (
the distance in the time specified. Mr. Guire is
a "solid" man. mentally and physically. He is
thick-set,strong and tough. His exploits sev-.
enty-five feet under the waves at St. Louis made I
him famous thr'ughout the country as a diver, -
and those who known him personally equally b
admire him for his social qualities and stamina m
of character. He is a modest. unassuming gen- 8
tlemaa, and when he makes a propositlon to
walk from Cinclnnati to OCaro on the bottom of
the river, those who know him best know that
he means it, and he will aooomvllih the feat or
approach it as nearly as possible for an air
breathing mortal. Compared to such an under
taking the exploits of Boyton on the surface of
the waves with his inflated rubbers, appear as
bubbles,
[By Telegraph.)
NAT(c.EZ. June 19.-To Capt. John H. Hanna:
Will arrive to-qporrow about noon.
JOHN W. CANNON,
VIcssnun, June 18 -To E. Connery & Son:
Leave here this evening; will arrive Thursday.
JOHN W. CANNON.
BATON RovwU, June 19.-To J. B. Woods & Co.,
104 Common street: Ancher Line steamer John
A. Scudder will arrive Thursday morning and
leave for St. Louis Saturday.
A. J. CARTER, master.
OxCCINIATT, June 19.-Weather clear and
warm. Business dull. River 16 feet and fall
ing; Monongahela stationary; Allegheny and I
Kanawha falling. Arrived: Potomac Pomeroy.
Stockdale. Pittsbnrg; Gen. Lytle, Louisville.
Leaving to-dav: Potomac and Lytle on return
trips; Jas. D. Parker, Memphis; Thos. Sherlock,
New Orleans. .
.Ld MARINE NEWS.
to
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT,
an- June 20, 1878,
in- Cleared Yesterday.
m- Steamship Algiers, Hawthorne, for New Yor-
( at CA Whitney &co
,nd Schr Cyrus Hall, Howes, for Pensacola, In balla t
Norton & Bell
is Schr River Queen. Davis, for Grand Cayman
rn W G Toomer
)se
Is- Arrived
ire Steameshl Gunsle, Hill, from Havana. to C A Whit
I- ney &co-Algiers
ale Ital bark Louisiana. Gondolfo, 62 days from Genoa, I
e8s to A Lanata-2d die
Sa BTEAMBOATI.
>l- New Mary Houston, Miller, from Cincinnati
Frank Pargoud, Pepper, from Greenville
all Eva, Terrebonne. from Baoun Lafourche
e Belie. Comstock. from Upper Coast
fs0 Henry Tote, A neol. from davon Lafourche
ad Mary Ida, Buls, from Upper Coast
ng At Quarantine Station.
Brit steamship St Louis, Read, from Livernool, May
,d 11, via Corunna and Havana, to Silas Weeks &co
n Brit steamshil Jamaican, Winder from Liverlpool.
en via West Indies and Mexican Porte, to Pim, For
n wood &co
Bark Murpri.e. Averill, 38 days from Rio de Janeiro,
to J L Phipps &oo
Exports
to- NEW YORK-Per steamship Algiers--1290 bales
P. cotton (compressed) 188 do (ancompressed) 2199 pigs
lead 7m bales wool 1141 esacs do 285 bales hides 14
tn bales hair 2-20 bales moss 2697 dry hides 685 bd s w e
lay do 3445 sacks bone meal 445 saows horns and bones 1.1
hhds bones 221 bbls oil 25 bbls molaeses a97 pkgs san
er, dries
re- GRAND CAYMAN-Per schr River Queen-3899
poe lume ber 200 bbls flour .1 tierces hams 20 bbls pots
ta- toes 2 bbls sugar 5 bbls rice 2 boxes bacon 10 cases
rn lard 100 bdls shingles 38 bxs soap and sundries
at
Iaports
m. RUATAN-Per scbr Fargent S Day .1200 bunches
in bananas 20.000 plantains 10.000 oocoanuts 10 bble of
a limes 500 pineapples J P Macheca
ly Reelpts of Produce
or,
tly CINCINNATI-Per steamer New Mary Houston
-r -25 bdls iron I 8 Aitkens & Son-4 boxes eggs Bry.
ant &.-o-32 bdls willow V Bri--lot w.gonware Bod.
he ley Bros- -100 boxes mdse Burke & Thompson-il
as pkgs mdse H D Coleman & Bro-20 do C S Clark-1
at bo do W P Converse Jr &oo--951 pkus do U SQ M
y Depot-2 do A Delpit--l do Dvmond & Gardes-13
pkgs twine W Dillon--18 pkgs paper N O Bee-185
nd bbls meal P 8 DuSouchet-.0 hf bbls pork 10 tierces
H. meot 35 tieroes hams i boxes eggs E F DelBondio-30
to. pkge whisky B Dreyfus-25 bbls whisky J Dreyfus
- lo do Forchelmer Bros-25 do Flasbpohoti & Becker
10 do F Hollauder-- do 3 bbls vinegar H J Grass
100 sacks malt B Erath-104 pkgs gas pipe J D Ed
ix wards-9 hhds tobacco S J Flatow-10 do GOnt' er at
tii Slevenson-3 d, S Hetnsheim & Bro-l50 boxes soap
in CA French-18 boxes bottles mnlay & Thompson -
4 boxes glassware A Gramoles--558 sacks corn L H
bo- Fairobil, &roo-1003 do Goraon & Gomila-l(0 obls
st flour H Groebel-104 do T A Hamilton &co--557 do
250 bbls meal 139 sacks bran e7 sacks middlings Gli
ret ver & Odendahlb-IOi sacks corn 152 sacks bran '50
'ck bbls meal 35 bbla flour Howard & Preston-2 boxes
ou glassware A Hansen-1 pkgs mdse H Haller-1- bbls
whisky Hirsch, Adl. r &co---7 boxe glassware E K1
Jordy-4 phas iron C G Johnson-- bbis eggs A Ju
lPan-2 boxes eggs Thoe King--3 boxes mdse Kur. I
sheedt & Bienvenn-l barrouche Leonardj& Maxwell
A. -8 bbls whisky F Loeb-70 pkes beer L Lyman--lr
pkgs iron Lagan & Makinson-20 hf bbls bluehck I
L Lyonas--l0 bbls flour E Langerbroke--24 pkgs a
orglasware I Levi &0o-7 vehicles J Levy- 58 page y
be butter 6 bbls meat 699 bble grlts 25 bbls hominy 15
be bdls broi.m handles 424 sacks teed meal C H Law.
rence t oo--113 bbls flour J-hn T Moore &oo--84
boxes mdse M Mciraw-54 tube butter 4 boxes eggs
at Miller, Grigsby &o-19 do 4 kegs butter Midler &
in Meyer-l bble meal W H Matthews & Bro----75
4y pkgs beer 56 pkgs 5 M dee 300 boxes s-ia 850 bdls cot.
ton tlesNO MRR 4pkgsamdee C StLr& NOR
tR-58 do N O & R R T Co--5 bbls whisky J Nelson
at &co-l8 kgs glassware E Offeer--17 kge mdse N O
q& O R T Co--19 do G Pitard--6 bhds tobacco B T
lo Phelps 86 bare iron Reynold's Iron Works--2 boxes
eggs W F Peters-t iron safe A Roy--I enginu and
fixtures Jno Chaffe & Sons---23 bohes md-e Rice,
Burn &co--21e0 sacks corn W D Ripley--I cask
r glassware Septoline Oil Co-17 pkgs wagon wase FI
he N Soria-19 pkgs n dee 20 sks corn 31 plows Schmidt
of & Zeigler-5 bbls apples E M $ivorl--63 pkgs hard a
of ware M 8. hwartz & Bro-g- tieroes hams 5 hhds ba- D
ur con BS hwabacher. Frowenfeld & Pfeifer- 2,50 bbls
pork 25 hf do alt3 sacks corn Schwabaobher & Hirsch o
--113 pkgs hardware Stauffer, Macreadv &co--l 00
boxes starch 25 bbls vinegar 25 bbes whisky Smith d
Bros &co--21 fBins F N Thayer--250 bbis pork
Schwabacher. Frowenfeld & Pfeiter-65 bble of seer
SVoe Broe-7 pkgs iron J Ward-4 hbde tobacco The r
Wi tz-2, boxes oneese Wang & Cottam--o bhds of
bacon Joe West &co--17 ,.kge mdse B J West--5 5
. bble whisky 145 boxes candles 220 empty bbles lo tur
Id niture and sundries C A Whitney J&cu-8i pkg¢ beer
G Yalets--33 casks do 25 bbls whisky Zuberbier &
g Behan-40 coops p,.ultry 6 boxes eggs J S O'Neal--24
n bdls sacks N O soton Seed Asseooa ion--19 bales C
o- cotton Allen. West & Bush-8 do W C Black &co--l
n Jno Phelps &co---37 coops poultry lot furniture and
re sundnes to order --Total 28 ble. oarn :I2 hbhds to- F
bacon 6102- apks corn 1011 bbls flour 871 bbls meal E
ut GREENVILLE-Per steamer Frank Parr'ud-76 C
In bales cotton Rtiohardson & May-24 J L Harris &co
re 20 Stewart Bros &co-18 Lehman, Abraham, k&ro-17
he 8 B Newman &co-13 Meyer, Weis &Jo--13 Clapp
is Bros &co-11 8 Gumbel-8 Graham. Black &co-7
It Allen, Nugent &oo-7 R T Buckner & Bro-5 H Alli
n. son &co-4 Ar Miltenberger & Pollock-- 4 Craig &r
a Hogan-3 Claiborne &oo--3 John I Noble- P J
at Uookbun-2 H & C Newman--2 J B Wolfe &co-- Y
In Allen, West & Bush--I Fore, all & Jnuuonville--l
se Nalle & Cammack-1 Jno Caaffe & Sdous-1 J Burnet 8
)e &ro-1 Vaiden, Hawkins &oo--1866 sacks cotton seed
h.N O Cotton Seed Assoceation-166 do Uni n Oil Co
. sundres to order-Total 247 bales cotton 20Y2 sacks
p cotton seed
o RBAYOU LAFOURCHE-Per steamer Henry Tete C
--10 hbhds sugar Allen Nugent &oo-79 blde molasses
As Tertrou-40 do Bush & Levert-16 do A Julian-13
pf do Conger & Kelly- 2 do 2 sacks wool .1 G Spor- d
. undries to order--Total 10 hhds sugar 150 bbls mo
re lasses
id UPPER COAST-Per steamer Mary Ida-26 hhds E
is sugar H Frelleen--sundries to order
as B tYOU LaFOURCHE--Per steamer Eva--10
> hhds sugar Allen. Nugent &oo-7 bales moss R Beer
. --sundries to order
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Belle-sundries to
d order
S ReceIpts at thbe New Basin
1 Amlte River-Per steamer Alice-40.000 feet lum
ber 50,000 shingles 30 cords wood to M Ii Muncy Ci
5, Tangipaho--Per steamer J C Gault-lot saw logs
d to order at
0 Tchefuncta River-Per schr Martba D-50 cords
o wood o master 7:
S Wolt River-Per schr Galeas-20,000 feet lumber
Sto J L Nevers a]
i Bonfouca..Per s.wr Bonfouca-20,t00 bricks order
Reelipts at the Old Basin
Tchefnncta River-Per schr Dorio and Doria-650
[ bbls sand to order
S Bonfouca-Per sachr Mary Diana--18 cords wood
d to master
t Pass Manchac-Per scbr Alciope--35 cords wood
- to master
g Blind River--Per achr 5idonia-1-2 000 staves order
S Bayou Lacom be--Per achr JeseLhine No 2--
d cords wood to master
- Pass Manchac-Per schr Ida--8 cords wood master
t Bayou Lacombe-Per steamer Jennie--50,00 feet
z lumber to order
By Rallroads.
SCHICAGO, ST LOUTT AND NEW ORLEANSB
I RAILROAD
t June 19--4 bales cotton Chaffe. Hamilton & Powell
t -3 Henderson-2 Bictbam J Moore--2 S O Thomas
s &co-2 All-n, West & Bush--L Vaiden, Hawkin &co
n -- hhds tobacco E H Wilson & Hills-Ii T Wiltlz
7 do Kirkpatrick &Jco-8 do Jno K King &oo---6 do
o Gunther &r Stevenson-5 do Beadles Wood m-n-364
y I pkgs fruit C H Schenck--314 do Stephens & Stork
D 16i2 Ido JP Macheca &co--33 do Berry &rco-- 9 do J -
a W Crisler-178 do Manheca & Torre--5.2 do J R Boar
i man-49 do S Oteri & Bro-l 1 do E M Siv ri---fi doL
G A Vincent-62 do Pace & Aseelmi--l car cottle P g
a Servat--l car lumber W W Walker-- car wood OF br
STerry-50 bbls hirhwires J Henderson-- S85 palrs
- beer I jar butter H Re Iwitz- 150 ca es milk Smith di
0 Bros &oo-25 do W B Riehl co--50 do J Nelson &rco
-125 do 1 bx lye 46 dry hides Zuberbier J Bhan-78 do
y bales bay 2 bales domestic 5 pkg, tobaoon C A Whit. H
a nev teo-t bx pipes JP Saras.--I bdlel dry hides t
- Scherek & Berkeem-lO boxes tobseeo J Irby Ja 8ae
S--8 pkge dase Meye, WekAe--a i b of atae
I water E Richards-I horse I oar bbh goods Dr T At
t traud-Total 14 bales cotton 60 hbds tobacco 78 bales
hray
r W ORLEANs AND MOBILE RAILROAD
June 19-96 bales cotton A T Davis-51 H Allison
s&.o--900 sacks olloake Hall & 8tringer--I o se ot
clothing A Bellanger-35 pkgs butter TA Hamilton
Aoo-90 do C H Lawrence &oo--.2 pkge mdee M H
Auplegate-3 bble whisky J Balt-1 bhox harness H
Blimlth--8 osses mdse Finlay & Thomnson-4 bble
vinegar H Tieman-1 pkge tarpaulins E I Poole-2
pkge mise J Symes--I pkgs tobacco 8 J Flatow-2
okgs mdse e Street-17 pkgs timber W D Ripley
29 pkgs wool N E Bailey-14 empty kegs L Lippmsn
- 16 sarks potatoes W B Schmldt--I empty cask
Crescent City Ice Co-I car empty bble Page .oo-2
Soars bulk grain L J Hiaby-- 0 bble whi ky 5 ht do
l Marx & Kemper-100 bbls lime J Demournelle-1 car
iron C G Johnson-175 pkgs beer G Yalete--3 bbls
whisky Berman &oo-5 hhds tobacco Gunther & Ste
venson- 6 bdls rope H T Lawler-1 box tinware M
McGraw- Total 77 bales ootton 200 sacks oileake 5
i hhds tobacco 2 oars bulk grain
MORGA1'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAnI.
ROAD
June 19-39 bb's molasses Robert Hare-I1 do Zn.
berbier & Behan-1 hhd gr hides L Lacasagne--50
sacks potatoes A N Laine--20 do L Terrebonne-10
do 2 bbls sugar F P Sevan--1 bale moss L Bibolet-4
do J Nelson &co-4 bblt gr hides J MoKinsie-1 bdle
skins 4 sacks wool 109 dry hides 0 A Whitney coo
Total 50 bble molasses 2 bbls sugar
Clinton-Per steamship Harlan--699 sacks wheat
Glover & Odendahl-170 do Gordon & Gomila-159 do
Miller, Grigsby &oo-14 bales rags and paper I case
old metal U S(:hwartz & Bro-75 beeves C Mehle &oo
-Total 958 sacks wheat
From Galveston-171 sacks wheat M Berwin- 18
bhls tallow 2 hf do G H McGee--Total 171 sacks of
wheat
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD
June 19-5 bbla molasses McNealy & Milburn
FOREIGN PORTS.
Dunkirk. June 14-Arrived-Aus bark Lino, Bus
sanich. from New Orleans.
Greenock. June 14-Arrived-Rus bark Flora,Mat.
son. from Pensacola.
Liverpool, June 14-Arrived-Am ship Genevieve
Strickland. from New Orleanq.
LAU. 'JHED.
At Port Jefferson, L I, 15th inet, from the yard of
John R Mather, the oig John McDermott, of 570
tons. She was built for Capt Joel Davis, and Is said,
by como'tentjudges, to be one ot the best vessels
ever launched in the locality. She is owned by the
builder, captain and others (mostly in New York).
.. ..44"-- ---,
i " LIST OF' VESSELS
Up, OleaIed and ailled for New Orleas.,
JUNE 20, 1878.
Domestlc.
aNSW YORK.
Steamship Knickerbocker, Kemble.... ld Tune 15
Steamahip Lone Slar, Forbes .........aid June15
BATH ME.
Ship Screamer, Anastin .............ldg June10
Bark H A Burnham, Raynes..........eaid May 24
S Bohr James A Potter, Ogier.......... aid June 6
Foreign.
HAVeN.
Ship John Watt, Desbon.............. ald Apl 10
ship Union. Greenleaf ............ aid.... Mar 4
Bark Hanne Selmer Nielsen .........ald Mar 10
o Bark Bridgeport, Morgan...........ai..ld Apl 26
LIVERPOOL.
Steamship Teutonia, King ........... e d Tune 1
Bark Wild Hunter. Minot............aid June 1
BORDEAUX.
Bark Ste Genevieve, Demeurant......aid May 20
BOUEN
SBark New Brunswick, 8tveaen........old Apl 8
WESTPORT.
Bark Tren Dubrovachi, Turoenovioh.eld Mar 16
DUBLIN
Ship Samaria, Patten...............eld Mar 30
NANTES
Bark Elios, Zar.....................a:d Mar 13
CADIZ.
Sohr John Proctor, Deane............ lad Mar 20
BOTTEBDAM.
Bark Imperador, Jensen .............old Apl 6
0 RAILROADS.
pONTCHARTRAIN RAILWAY
Depot at the head of Elysian Fields street,
neaor the Levee. Third District.
I Excursion to or from the Lake and return
same day 20 cents. Children under twelve
ye:rs o10 cents. Fare to Gentilly 15 cents each
5WRy.
Trains will leave as follows:
FROM THE CITY. FROM THE LAKE.
6 ................a. m . ................a. m .
7:30.................m . 7 ............... a. m .
59 ...............a m. 8:30................a. m.
10:30............... . . 10 .. .............. m .
12 ............... . m. 11:30...............a. m.
2 ..............p. m. 1:30................p.m.
3 ................ p m . 2:30...........p... m. p .
4 ................p.m. 3:30. .. p.m.
5 ..............p.m. 4:30............p. m.
t6 ................ . m 5:30............... .. . m .
7 .............. .. . m . 6:30..... ...... p. m .
8 .-. ......... ... m . 9:300................p.m .
19 ...............9.
On SUNDAYS the trains will leave the Lae
i at 8:30 o'clock p. m. and the city at 9 o'clock
p. m.
'The last train will leave the Lake at 9:30
o'clock p. m. on Sundays.
Passengers for Gentilly must notify the Con.
ductor prior to the departure of train.
myl iv D. B. ROBINSON, Receiver.
THE NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAIL.
ROAD-MOBILE FAST LINE-
THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO THE
V EAST NORTH AND WEST,
Via Louisville. via Atlanta and via St. Louis,
OARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Trains arrive and depart from depot foot o
Canal street, as follows, on and after Sunday,
May 12. 1878:
I DEPART. ARRIVE.
Express......7:30 a. m. Express.......7:50 a. m.
Express...... 5:0 p. m. Express.......9:45 p. m.
Coast accom- Coast accom
modation. modation,
daily, ex- daily, ex
cept Sun- cept Sun
day ......:30 D. m. day- -.....9:20 a. m.
Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati,
Louisville. Nashville. St. Louis. Washington,
without change, and only one change to New
York and Eastern cities.
Ticket office corner of Camp and Common
streets, opposite City Hotel.
D. B. ROBINRON. Superintendent.
mh2 ly J. W. (:OLEMAN. Ticket Agent,
GREAT JACKSON ROUTE.
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANI
RAILROAD.
Trains will leave and arrive at Calliope street
depot from May 12. 1878. as follows:
LEAVE. ABBIVE.
Express No. 1, e:o p.m. I Express No.2. 9:16 a.m.
Way No. 8.....7:00 a.m. Way No. 4 .....8:10p.m.
Nos. 1 and 2 run daily. 8 and 4 daily except
Sunday.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING OARS
through to Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago, I
without change. and for St. Louis a sleeper is I
attached at Milan, enabling passengers to go
through without leaving the train.
Only one change to New York and Eastern
cities.
Accommodation trains between New Orleans
and McComb City:
Leave New Orleans 1:30 p. m. Saturday. and
7:00 a. m. Sunday.
Arrive at New Orleans at 10:30 p. m. Sunday
anti 9 50 a. m. Monday.
Sunday excursion tickets to McComb City and
return, ONE DOLLAR.
Tickets for salts and berths secured at 2 20am.1
street, corner of Common.
A. D. SHELDON, Ticket Agent.
F. CHANDLER. (fen. Pass. Agent. mh
' i
a
fI
.inm Itl
OULE'S COMMERCBOIAL OOLLEGE ANE
U Literary Institute--Day and evening se-.
sions the entire year; elective system;. 2
branches of study; daily lectures: gymnasium
exercise; special care given to native Ceaacit. a
disposition, manners, elth and morals: non
secetarian; students free to college, literary and n
debating soolety: nfull faculty; large, well ven. r
tlated study room. and all neeosear a ¶Ua
tuB; specal elassea in particlr Pt
.__...,. . ,,. . .:
@OHIO RIVE.I
• Oo NaW ORLEANB PAOKETLINEI
oI e fo elams, viz:
U.uP.
u. P OP THE ABOVE STEAM
ERS will leave New Orleans every
WEDNEBDAY and SATURDAY.
connecting with all railroads and packet lines
runnin out from Cincinnati giving through
bills of Jading to all points. or through rte
and all Iniormation apG WAYNE LAgent.
0025 10 Gravier street
T-eaves THURSDAY. June 20. at 5 p. m.
OR1 CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE, EVANSB
ville, Henderson. Shawneett. d. Paducah, Cairo.
Memphis and all intermediate points-The
steamer
NEW MARY HOUSTON,
Chas. Miller, master. A. Elliott Miller, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
C. G. WAYNE. loe Gravier street.
J. F. DOUGLAS, 106 Gravier st.
Passengers ticketed through to all Eastern
cities at reduced rates. jo15
Leaves SATURDAY, June 22. at 5 p. m.
FOR CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE, EVANS
ville. Henderson, lhawneetown, Paducah,
C iro, Memphis and all intermediate points
The steamer
CHARLES MOROAN.
All Stein, master. Harry W. Stein. clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board or to
C. G. WAYNE. loe Gravier street.
J. F. DOUGLASS. 1e6 Gravier street.
Passengers ticketed through to all Eastern
eities at reduced rates. jell
VIC]KSDR, BRQ, EENVILLE AND BENDS.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 v.m.
. *P .. FOR VICKSBURG. NATHE
Davis' Bend and intermediate land
in e--Tr steamer
ROBERT B. LEE.
William Campbell. master.
A. MoVay clerk.
leaves as bove. connecting at Vicksburg witl
Parisot's Line for all points on the Yasoc, Sun.
flower, Deer Greek and Tallahatchie.
C. G. WAYNE
CEO. D. HITE. Agents
Will give through bills of lading to Trenton.
Monroe. and all stations on the icksbu g,
Shreveport and Texas Railroad. via Delta. L
W. B. BBOKETT. AMent.'
deal 88 Magazine street.
FOB GREENVILLE VIC SBUEG AND THE
Leaves every THURSDAY at 5B. im.
, .FOR GREENLL VLLE, VICKSBUB
and the Bends-The fine and fast
passenger ovaket
FRANK PARSOUD
J. M. White master, Curt. Holmes clerk,
connecting at Vicksburg with Parisott's Line for
all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers.
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. BROOKETT,
oc8 88 Magazine street.
SATURDAY VICKSBUR1 UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every SATURDAY. at D. m.
. e FOR VICKSBURG, A VIS' BEND
Natchez and all intermediate land.
inas-The assen er packet
T. P. Leathers master J.F. Muse clerk
connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line
for Yazoo. Tallahatchie and Sunflower river.
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 assae applyr n board, or to
JANIEY WORK 10e Common street.
J. E. OARLIN. 17 Tchoupitoulas st.
Will give throug' bills of lading to Trenton.
Monroe and all stltion on Vcksburg, Shreve.
port and Texas Railroad. via Delta. La.
W. B. BROKETT, Agent,
my W 88 Magazine street.
BATOU SARA.
BAYOU BARA SEMI-WEEKLY PAOKETS.
8TB. GOV. ALLEN. BTB.
John J. Brown Mast . Du sBA Mase
l- F OR BAYOU SARA• WATýRLO ,
SHermitage. Port Hudson. bdel's
Store, Baton Bonge. sPlauemine,
and poeto81rce landings
Steamer ey. Allen,
Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 p. m
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at D. m.
Commencing early.
For freiLht or oannae apply on board or to
J. E. CARLI4. 17 Tchou itoulas at.
ivyl JANNEY A WORK, lonscmmon st.
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA
ANP COAST PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATUBDAY
at 6 D. m.
S F. FOR BAYOU mSARA WATERLOO,
Hermitage. Port Bickey, Baton
Rouge. Plaquemine and way land
ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer
OUACHETA BELLE.
(BRepresenting 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 applyon board or to
BRITTON & EPPLER, 8o Gravier st.
LORD & MoPEAKE. 46 Camp street.
au9 0. G. WAYNE. lo06 Gravier street.
P. 8.-The St. John havihg been laid up. the
OUACHITA BELLE will attend to all of her
coast business.
OPELOUSAI.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p. m.
FOR _WASHINGTON OPELOU.
sas, Port Barre, Simmsport, Church.
ville. and all landings on the Coast.
Atchafalava river and Bayon Courtableau--The
new and light draft steamer
BERTHA,
(In place of Fanchon.).
H. H. Broad master. Theeo. Jobin clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap.
ply on board, or to
BRITTON & EPPLER, 81 Gravierstreet.
R. W. ADAMS. 21 CommercialPlace.
J. E. CARLIN 17 Tehoupitoulas st.
GEO. D. HITE, 4 Tchoupitoulas st.
Connects at Washington with line of barges
for Bayou Bmuf, and with steamer Minnie at
Simsaort for Baron des GlaizAR. ia22 tf
DONALDMONVILLE.
FOBDONALDSONVILLE VIA NEW ORLEANS
AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
L THE STEAMER
ST. FRANCIS BELLE,
William OGibson. master.
Will leave the head of Bienville street at 7:80
a. m. for Weestwego 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 leave at a a. m.. returning same day at :0oo
p. im.
Freight received at the same place up to 8:a0
o'clock will be delivered at its destination next
morning.
.mor.nr. O. E. PAYNE. 8uRarintendent.
LOWER COANT.
LOWER COAST PASSENGER INDEPEN.
DENT EXPRESS LINE-SPEED. SAFETY
AND COMFORT.
THE STAUNCH AND SWIFT
passenger yacht
WILD GAZELLE,
J. Hamilton, master. GOo. Koppel. clerk.
For Magnolia Store azd all way landings,
leaves New Orleans, foot of St. Louis street at
il a m.. MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS, returning TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS, at 4 p. m. Receives all light
freight and valuable packages. For freight or
passare 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. 8.--Shlppers will be held responsible for
freight bills. mhl FrMoWe tf
BAY T. LOUIS.
BAY ST. LOUIS-PASS CHRISTIAN.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE OF STEAMER NEW
CAMELIA.
IN ORDER TO LAND PASS8EN
gets at an early hour the
NEW CAMELIA
will. from and after tbhe eighth of June, leave on
arrival of the it a. m. City Railroad train.
A freight depot is nowestablished at the Mag
nolia Bridge. New Basin. where freight e Ill be
received all day on MONDAYS and THURS
DAYS and up to s a. m. on TUESDAI~ and
PFEBIDABYS for horses and live stooL
S2W G.E enOm
ITEAMUbOATS.
ST. LOUIS.
SUMMER
PASSENGER ARRANGEMENT
-OF THE -
ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
ANCHOR LINE.
. FOR DENVER, COL., PUEBLO.
Col.. St. Paul. Falls St. Anthony. Lake
Peoin. Falls Minnehaha, and all e
points on Upper Missi-sippi river, Lakes of
Minnesota and Wisconsin; also to Chicago, s
Niagara Falls New York. Boston. Washington
and all points worth. East and West. via I
MT. LOUIS, MO.
- STEAMERS OF THE -
ANCHOR LINE
LEAVE NEW ORLEANS EVERY
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
DURING THE SEASON.
Selling excursion tickets, good until October
31. to t. Paul Minneapolis, Denver, Pueblo, C
Ooonomowoc. Waukesha. Niagara Falls. etc. C
Baggage transferred free of charge at St. C
Louis.
Particular attention given families and ladies C
travelnga without escort.
For tlcket ¶ and nneral Information apply to
J. B. WOODS, General Agent, I
je2 No. lto Common street. I
EOUINTZ LINE.
St. Louis and New Orleans Packets. I
STEAMERS.
J. B. M. KEILOR. R. C. TARGER,
E. O. NTANARD, MOLLIE 10OOR3.
b FOR ST. LOUI. CAIRO, MEM
phis and the Bends-
Steamer
J. a . I. .LEHLOR.
D. Brady master. clerk,
Leaves on , at 5 p. m.
Will give through rates to all points on Ar- S
kansas and White rivers via Terrene, and Upper a
Mississippi via St. Louis.
J. T. BUBDEAU. Agt., as Natchez street. I
ap tf C
RED RIVER.
Red River and Texas.
NEW OBRLEANS AND RED RIVER TRANS.
PORTATION COMPANY, AND TEXAS PA
CIFITO RAILWAY AND OONNFCIONS.
Through bills of lading and through passen
E ger tickets to all landings on Bed River, and all
railway stations in Texas. The best route to
tHot springs.
The following splendid and fast steamers
it composing the line will leave as advertised be
low:
La Belle. Maria Louise. Texas
SH. Durfee, Col. A. P. Kouns. Lotus No. .
W.J.Behan, Ronnie ILe. Dawn,
Kate Kinney, Silver City.
FOR SHREVEPORT JEFFER
son, Hot Springs. ant all land
ings on Red River and railway
stations in exas.
t OBR SHBIRVPORT.
Danube, Charles Thorn, master,
Leaves SATURDAY, June 22, ats p. m.
No wrartuat unarges, drayaeu or urmissmion
will be charged at mouth of Bed River. Bayou
Sara, or at Now Orleans, in forwardi- freight
consgne.d to the company by bill of lading.
D For freight or passage apply on board1 of the
I. boats or at the office of the comany No. 111
Gravier street. JO8. A. AIKEN President.
M. W. JOYCE GEO. D. HITE'
L J. E. CARLIN. BRITTON & EPPLER.
e 1a4 LORD & MoPEAKE. Agents.
WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKET.
FOR GRAND ECORE. MONT
gomery, Alexandria. Norman's. Bar
bin's and way landings - The
steamer
NEW BART ABLE,
Richard Sinnott. master. Goo. Hamilton, clerk,
Leaves every SATURDAY, at 5 p. m.
Will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
R. W. ADAMS, 21 Commercial Place.
P. S.-Freight consigned to wharlboat, mouth
of Red river or to agents at New Orleans, for
the steamer Bart Able will be forwarded free of
charge. je6
UPPER COAST.
SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
a NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER COAST TRI
WEEKLY PACKET.
WFOR BEN TUBEAUD'8, WEL
ham's, and all plantation landings
The steamer
MARY IDA,
J. A. Buiz master, Edw. Nicolle clerk,
Leaves TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS, at 10 a. m.
Returning down the coast on alternate days
and in daylight. For freight or passage apply
on board or to
fees tf W. J. COMAUX, 20 Conti street.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at to a. m.
I FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION.
r Ascension parish. Donaldsonville
and all coast landings-The fine
side-wheel passenger steamer
BELLE.
(In place of Blue Wing No. 8.)
J. A. Comstock master.
Geo. M. Woods and Ohas. Dean. clerks.
Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash
land Plantation Tuesday, Thursday and Sun
day, coming down the coast in daylight. or
freight or passage apply on board or to
a .22 HENO. 19 Conti street,
iS. All freight delivered in the daytime.
LAFOURCHE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO LOCKPORT.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 12 m. and SAT
U RDAY at 5 p., m.
L THE NKW PASSENGER STEAMEB
ASSUM PTION,
P. A. Charlet, master, N. Z. Dupuis, clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business, and
returning leaves Thibodaux every Thursday
and Sunday evening, coming down the coast
in daylight Fridays and Mon lays. For freight
or passage apply on board or to
B. RIVET,
No. 10o Decatur street.
P. S.-Has a clerk on the landing during the
day at the head of Bienville street to receive
freight. je2
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE
PACKET
THROUGH TO LAUREL VALLEY.
Leaves every MONDAY and THU&IDAY at 5
p.m.
THE PASSENGER STEAMER
EVA.
(In place of the W. J. Pottevent.)
U. D. Terrebonne master. Tom Knee and M.
N. Landry, clerks.
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.
63 Decatur street'
P. S.-The Eva extends the Thursday trip to
St. Mary's Church. ap26 tf
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAPOURCHE AND
COAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO LOCKPORT.
Leaves every TUESDAY at 6 v. m. and SAT
URDAY at 10 a. m.
THE SPLENDID PASSENGEB
steamer
ST. MARY
Joe Dalferes. master. E. icoll. clerk.
Pays particular attention to way business and
returns down the coast every MONDAY and
THURSD A4Y. For freight or S.napa. apply on
board, or to J. E. CARLIN,
no1s tf 17 Tchoupitoulas street.
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND
OOAST PACKET.
THROUGH TO THIBODAUX.
Leeaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m. and FRI
DAY at 10 a. m.
LP~ THE EW PASBSENEBRBTEAMED
J.F. Ancoin master. M. H. Landry clerk.
Pays particular attentn to way business. Re
turning leaves Thibodaux every Tuesday and
Saturday' coming down the coast Wednesdays
and Bundays in dasrlight. For freight or pas
sage apply on board or to
B. RIVET, 10i Decatur street
P. B.--Has a clerk on the landing during the
day at the head of Bienville street to receive
freleht.
W. A. ROBERTNION,
SATTORNEY AT LAW,
o*RLOUSA,
Parish of St. Indr
All bsiness entruste to me will be promot y
a;ttendedt for n&if
EAVANA.
FOR HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
LEAVING EVEBRY WEEK
The first-olass steamship
EMILY B. BOUDER.
B. E. Foote. Commander.
will leave wharf foot of Oalliope street.
TUESDAY. June 18. at 8 p. m.
Passage rates to Bavana. so: e-zoauien ticke
ete, so.
Passaee rates to Jacksonville. tee, inlodtin
state rooms and meals.
Through bills of lading issued to all polap
Over Loulslaa
The steamship
on the ----. m
LIVERPOOL,
LIVERPOOL SOUTHERN N. 8. LINE.
Tons. Commanders.
ALICE................ 12o.....J. George.
CHANCELLOR.......2050.....G. Reynolds.
CHRYSOLITE ......1000.......Jones.
COGNAC... ..... ......W. Aiken.
COMMANDER........r0oo......R. .Ellis.
CORDOVA....... 1417..... W. Lana.
COUNCILLOR .......2500oo......W. Tutton.
) DIRCOVERER........2500...... RR. Willliama
EXPLORER......... 010...... W. Jackson.
FIRE QUEEN.... ....1180...... Williams.
GLADIATOR....... ooo1000...... L. Jones.
HISTORIAN .........o1850.....W. Wallace.
LEGISLATOR ....... 2150....... Burley.
MEDIATOR......... o2010......J. Nanney.
ORATOR......... 142......J. Corbishley.
OBERON .........12o......J. Cm el
HTATESMAN ... ...1.5...... W. Hunhes.
VANGUARD..........1405o......- Valiant.
WARRIOR........ .... a.....W. L. Jones.
The steamship
- . Commander.
will sail on or about . -, 1878. from hbg
wharf, foot of Esplanade street.
Will receive cotton and sign throngh bills of
lading for the Continent, between Harre and
Cronstadt.
These steamships, being of light draft wll
cross the bar of the Mississippi at all time
without detention.
For freight apply to
DECAN & CO.,
de2o ly s9 Carondelet street.
GLASGOW AND LONDON.
ANCHOR LINE.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS
Sail from New York for
GLASGOW every SATURDA ;
LONDON every WEDNESDAP .
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed ftr
elegance and comfort. All state-rooms on
main deck, and Saloon amidships.
SALOON CABINS $85 to $88 CURBENOC.
SECOND CABIN, including all requisites, 044.
Excursion Tickets for First-Class Passage, 9
York to Paris and return, $185 to $165
according to state-room and
r lute chosen.
For Books of Information, Plans, etc., apply tO
ALEXANDER HAY,
myl2 3m 50 Commerce street.
BREUEN.
NORTH GEBMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW 03
LEANS. VIA HAVRE. SOUTH.
AMPTON AND HAVANA.
man The steamships of the North hie
man nyd will resume their Begular TrIa
next Fall.
These steamers touch outward at Harre ama
avana. and on their home trip at Havaa ana
Southampton.
PBIOEB OF PASSAGE:
From Bremen. Southampton or Havrs to Nas
vana or New Orleans-Cabinn, 0 (gold); St...
om New Orleans to Southampton, Havre
Bremen-Cabin, $160 (gold) Steerage, 46 (FsFmd
From New COreans to Havana--&ab/i.
(gold); Steerage, $15 (gold).
Children under ten years. half prioes obe
dren ender one year, free.
N. B--Our agent for Texas, Mr. Peter M. Er
hard. in Galveston, is authorized to issuesteer
age passage orders at the following through
rates:
From Bremen to Galveston. $42. gold.
From Bremen to Indianola, $45 50, gold.
The bompany reserves the ra.nt uW nanges
route of the steamers, their advertised days
departure and the rices of passage.
Passage tickets from Bremen. ontham
or Havre to New Orleans issued by the uni
signed.
Fi or further vartielars a y to
ED. F. ST IMEY eA CO.. Agenta.
ansl lv 4 Uraon stree
--
PAINTING
TO-DAY BY
UNIAUKE,
14 Exchange
ode
JULIO,
PORTRAIT PAINTER
No. 8 Caondelet Street, New Orleas.
Portraits from lis
or from pictures 0
the deceased (in oil a
crayon). from S t(
$150.
My ARBT GoALL
is a place of free re
sort, and the Dubli(
is invited to visit itat
ileasure.
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
CONSTANTLY BECEIVING PER HON8 E
Island line of steamers. J. . Fraser. Jobe
phine and barges, At wholesale and retail.
Honey Island Weed and c l Yards,
No. 87 Julia, near Magnolia Bridge. New Basn.
also at corner Carondelet Walt andNaa
street, Old Basin. Main offce. No. 158 Commen
street. P.O. address, Lock box 1050.
Wood delivered to any part of the city.
Oak Wood. per cord (beet) .....--..... W o
Ash -.. ................. 0
Oak and Ash mixed, per eord......a....... 5 m0
Liberal discoant madeto dealers. .ul mes-,
use and stifam onpsaranteed. deOt

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