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IIIVB NEWS.
undo . February 29. tiW.
A rrrivas.
pleaºrle toItamna
aarm trs @Iu .
e Alvin. De Smet, Assumptlon,
Wbauonn. Oity or Alton, itiarlet.
r1 Le Myer. YTron Valle. Yeaoo,
, Jo L anna, lJara 8. kt. Mart.
8S1ge ofr me Uvers.
ik. o.. e. ort of the tsae of water
s. with p e. in the * hour
..a..At o p. Bove low
!. D · feet. Inoh. Ilet. In.b
,•........... 41 0 t 0
s a o o
.............. 8 5 0 0
.27 « tO 4
....... .... 8 6 to 2
....... ..... ..... 8 2 t 1
. ...... 9 to 1
hg -.qer.ma or 184. .Abow
s.tmrk. vtlnlinareerice. llirtnftei fall.
ay was by far the best day of the week.
tb hoyand big trips the rule. The
5100 VIAlepy and the Clara 8. were
14t l.the water, the latter having the
S Qt.artholomtew trio that htse ift In
S ther freight exo.st a f-w packages
ht. and for nearly every point ou
u l Went out mate of the Nitchez,
. man mate of the Y"zoo Valley.
1t Pry, the Uluolunatl boat builder,
from a viit to the Onaehblts, and
a the oity a few Says before re
tnoie Meyer, for White river yester
. ut 9600 sacks salt, shipped by Jaok
t. P. Trusirw. from Rhreve
Bo oward, Oaot. J. N. Carlton,
4 _d.edrr'd Friday night and will
ton was bonded out and left
t. some barges for St. Louis.
arrett and barges arrived yester.
u* a.Line steamer John A. Snudder.
.awill be the Wednesday boat
- lr Morgtan had a fine pasensr
, and with what she has in sight,
burg with so in her cabin.
S l here underrsoin repairs
Sand' will. on the fiteenth of
ea.r mn her tries between Donali.
aon Mdars, as advertised in an
ni.g bsrs. Capt. T. B. Muurah, will
leavs Wednesday for Birou Teehe.
SOat. L. V. Cooley's regular Ten
patket, will also arrive to leave
C.omo 's towboat Jno. Gilmore
p . Kendll. leaves to day at
Ssteamer New Mary Housnton.
master, A. Elliott Miller clerk,
a saurefor loolnnati. She is one
molt popular boats that lands at our
o. Sherlnok. Capt. M. L. Virden. fol
o-aston Thursday.
sa.mer Whisper, J. J. CAmstook master.
Oorrow at 10 a. inm. for Barou Goula.
Lafourohe packet Býolle. OCat. Max
eaves to-morn )w a. 6. m.
Sara packet '. J. (ay. John J.
iMbr, leaves to-morrow at s p. m.
S P1WiUaq ?Aour5 ros TUSrAY.r,
Ibue.........Lower Coast ......tt a. m
S..."............ u pr Ooast . ......11 a. m
ptleo .......Lsfouroue ....... p m
.....:.....V.oksburg ........ a p. m
Davis ...... Opelounss......... . p. m
Ceorrpsundence,
. ULE I.
" RailWditor of the Democrat:
-h-een at dy said and written upon
th hlechnauge of Pilot Rtute o. 1,
the 7e now open for disouielon i
a..- w rearks. In the first place the
w O " was intended to pro.
an property; In fact, all ot its objects
DroWie the interests of marine om
as0 w0 as to protect the several ofmoers
Who were required to take out a
inoant.e law. But instead of it being
t#' men it has worked an injury
other words, theo liense puts lnte.
an souality with superior men.
e perDons have obtained a license
theb were clever fellows, and
Y were competent to pilot or eai;
at. Now I hold that if comDp
-Wt persons are licensed. and none
tr will be no necessity for
a.? If the rules, for prudent men will
ebtulSonS or the destruction of life
which the law was Intended to
t or the exact rules are observed
u o.1. while it is deective, has., no
o irat prorectiou to life and prop
S efective. for the reason that It
e t aeconding steamer to make
t mnal, yet in a sube.quent
a the descending boat the rlght
or ' her to the chann-l. Now. if
on the des dian boat ouncludes that
boat is crowding on to his
S bot's) channel, then he
r rose the signal given by the aem
- oia .uby doing this it is almost
M olliiton, and when a collision
lAe ireumstanes, the pilot who
e Dia1l is. held reeponsible nine
yeor' ten,. For this reason tue law is
,I 0 s descending boat has the right
whr was not the law made to suit the
W, unoe it has been almost a life-time
rthe sqdlng boat to give the first
Srea so. or to make a change at
L yeti endanger life and Drop.
A PILOT.
ST. Louis. February s8. 1880.
Milt&r of the Democrat:
is vicinity is warm and pleas.
my ore than February. The
na stage ten feet out to
The tonnsae jor the pact two
beea totally inadequate to do the
S at this port. Tue AnLhor Line
a nmmonwealth. A. P. hi ver and
this weak. The Kounia Line steam
ard wl leave Saturday. Commo
iwrey and lea and the Mound Olty
on Oompany each send out for
Stow of bulk and package freight, be
t ynolds sends the m.merl out
bar.es, eontaining o0,0c0 bushels of
comined making an aggreg e of
tons, four-fifths of which s ir New
herewasalso sent forward during
abot 400000ooo bushels of corn and
bulk. an yet the elevators at this
crowded to their utmost capacity.
to.day 1,00.000 bushels of corn and
003 bushels of wheat in the elevator.
Sof orn yesterdsy were the larg
being 82aa.0c bushels.
wlthtbexception of bulk, are very
an really are not above the mark
era should have to remunerate
labor, Twenty cents per hundred
t is not a hblah figure. conlid
rises paid for fuel and labor,
ore adn on board. For instance. It
urle P. Silver on her last trip at New
to sharge her cargo, and near
tOb hogsheads sugar and some
t even and twe ve cents per
even igher figures, have been ob
transptin bulk grain to New Or
.ten t high rategrain from this
ew Orias and the great Jetty
the Old World could be laid down at a
than from aun other ort in the
We ask "What is the cause ,f
Lnerease of business on the Missis.
only answer we on give is:
at the South Pase." We learn
bted Sources that twere is a com
organised, under the charter of the
andhew Orleans Transportation
with a.ppital mtoek of over $400,00.
they have already contracLed for
towboats, to be ready for business
and summer.
jatesix months the lack of tonnage
has been a nreat drawba,'k to that
t of trade. Five or ten times the
bold have been handled both at this
Orleans if the tonnagl could have
d. Getitaliets, merchants and
all see this necesaity, and have for
The want will be suuplied, and
!. we rophey. The results of the
onof the river eon mission recently
at Washingtn are anxiously looked
prints by the pubte. If the plans
and put In execution by them ate
is ire eontfdence that they will sue
* hlag a deeper stauj of water
ow wterseason it wil influence
of barges and steamers us to the
and tah material points per
kind of vessels to be used thi
aily on certain stge of wAter.
Molt1 Moore. . H, Durfeo. l1e4
sucker, Clinton and the E. W.
toaded from this point fr the
Band a thoUt-and tons is here
to Sate it. New Orleans oug©h
trade? low is It that sh. donu'?
HAYMAKAB.
Dksptc. February :
Ms r at tolM.wtharf
and it is a veritable curiosityl The julns-there
aretwo of them-are flve-.sied rlinders, and
the owner and inventor will stand on the deck
above and essay to propel the novel oreft by
turnnlog a rank which will revolve the hulls.
St. Louis Times Februar 26:
The steamers Ct n on adlN. W. Cole left last
evening for Oam en on the Onachita river,
loaded to their full capacity, their combined
cargoes being isoutons. The bhats were loaded
by the Main street house of Scharff & Bern
helmer, and makes three steamtrs which this
firm has dipatahed to thls point durin the
past thirty days, and another will leave about
March I The fact that these shipments hive
been made frIm ht. Louis to those points direct
is sgnlficant in one respect at least. It shows
what commerotal enterprise is capable of ac
oompllhi tg, and it also shows how much more
might be accomplished if proper efforts were
put forth. Apart from whatever profits may
accrue to Meesrs. Beha, ff & Bernhelmer from
this bit of commercial enterprise there
Is no doubt that it has brought them very prom
inently before the business m-n of the West
and South, and will prove inva;uable as an ad
vertisement.
V icksturg Commerolal. February 27:
Capt. Campbell. of the B. E. Lee, says that he
thinks there is no probability of the steamboat
race that so much has been said about of late.
He says he does not see any money in it and
that the Lee will not run.
Special Telelgrams.
ST,. Louis. Fb. 28s.-Left Futute City, the most
of her tow b-ing at UCaro. Oentennial with full
cargo, and Grand Tower with guards in the
water. The B. O. Stanard leaves to.morrow
with a full load inolulting 100 tons provisions
for Ireland. ant for which 0om. Kountz charges
no freight. The Iron Muntain and John Means
leave to-morrow with full tows. Delivered this
week to barges. 610.00o bushels of corn. In ele
vators.1,473 000 bushe,a of corn and )7,c000 bush
tale of wheat. Big boats will run through to
Keokuk next week. Upper rivers rising. Ten
let out to Oairo.
Mononm, Feb. 2e.-Weather cold and raining.
River on a stand. Passed up: Fred. A. Blanks
last night.
ClomrxxAat. Feb. 2a.-It is raining hdre and at
the headwaters Busnless is fair. The Golden
Rule had aw ood trip out, and will be followed
by the Will vile next Tussday.the Paris Brown
Thursday and the Golden Crown Saturday.
Carno. Feb. 2a.-The Howard went up at ' a.
m. Capt. Boudder promises abundant tonnage
for present wants immediately. Heavy rain.
The Slmpson Hornor and Williams, with coal,
passed South.
gseneral Telegrams.
MaPmams, Feb. 28 -Arrived: B. W. Cole from
St. Luise. Dettarted: Blrverthorn and Oom
monwealth for New Orleans, Clinton for Oua
lhita river. Colorado for St. Louis. The river
is stationary. The weather Is cool. The ther
mometer 3a; light rain.
Vrc.snuns, Feb. 26.-The weather is warm.
Thermometer 68. Llbht rain this evening. The
river rose 5 Inohes. Up: City of Greenville at a
p. m.. J M. White at toa. m.
LSnavrPOnT. 'Feb 28.-The river fell 1 inch,
and is now 9 fee' 6 Inches above low water mark
of the year 1879 Arrived: Trout from Cou.
shatta. Departed: Trout for head of Long
Prairie. Marie noulse for New Orleans. Cornlm
Brandon for Cut-off. Frank Willard for Con
shatta.
vawursvz.Lu. Feb. 28.-The river is 29 to fret
and falling. Heavy rain and warm during the
day; now clearing and oald.
(hCotInaTI. Feb. 2s.-River 24 feet 6 inches
and rising. Raining and warm. Departed:
Golden Bule for New Orleans.
PrrrtTTnaO, Feb. 28.-The river is a feet a
looinches and stationary. Weather cloudy and
mild.
LovusvrtzL. Feb. 2a.-The river is 1to feet 8
inches in the canal and rising. Rainy. Ar
rived: Paris 0 Brown irom New Orleans.
ST. Louis, Feb. 28 -The river is It feet 4
inches and rising. The weather was wet dur
Iag the day, and ilts very cold to-night. Ar
rived: Stanard from New Orleans. De arted:
Grand Tower for Yloksburg. Centennal and
dtanard for New Orleans.
OCArao Feb. 26.- The river Is 4t feet and fall
ing. Weather cloudy. Arrived: Simpson Hor
nor and J. B. Williams from tte Ohio, Maude
from Bt, Louis. James How rd and John Dip.
pld from New Orleans. Departed: Horner
and Maude for Vio sburg, Howard and Dip.
poid for t. Louls. Williams for New Orleans.
DaL.L. Feb. 28.-To Britton A& pplee: The
Tensae will arrive Monday and leave Wednes
day for the Tensas and aon. ster.
L. V. 00OLEY, Master.
FROM TEN PFAURM.
Poas Nas. Feb, 2s. e D. m.-Barometer 29.90.
Wind south-southeast, fresh. Wearher hazy.
Arrived: At 10o:1 last night Ameritan steam.
ship Hudson. Freeman. master, from New York
to A. Moulton.
At 6 his evening Amerlcan steamship Lone
Star, Quink. master, from New York to C. A.
Whitney & Co.
Balled: $teamebhi Guillermo for Liverpool.
and Lizzie Henderson for Key West.
MARIN.E NEWS.
OFFIC 11 NW OBLEANB DMMOOBAT.1
February 9O, 1880.
Glearedl Test.rsy
Br steamship Topase, Co fleld, for Hamhurg
A K Miller oo
Br steamship Bellingham, Gray, for Lothorn-
A K Miller &oe
Swed bark Carl Johns, Backe, for Bremen
W H Whitney
Nor bark Galathes, Wroldson, for Malaga
Bobt Oerleln
Nor bark Admete. Naas., for Alloante
W H Whitney
Bohr Busan Scranton, Stark. for Truxillo
C H Sohenok
Steamship Hudson, Freeman, from New York 9'at
innt, to A Moulton-4id di 8
Steamship Lone Star, Qulok, from New York Slat
loust, to C A Whitney oo-Algiers
Br ship Kinburn, Larkin, 49 days from Liverpool, to
Jackson & Manson-4th dist
Ship Ella S ''haver, Fulton. 30 days from Beckland,
Me. to J R Warner-let diet 9
Ship Orient. Allen, 44 days from Liverpool, to master
-Point
Ship Martha Cobb. Kirby, 44 days from Liverpool,
to Norton & Bell-Point
Br bark NeillIe Moody, Doty. 49 days from Dunkirk.
to Norton & Bell-Point
Sohr J P Maoheos, Woodbury. 5 days from Ruatn-
to J P Maoheea-Pio Tief
TaMABOATZ.
John Gilmore, Symmes, from St Louis. with 6 barges
John W Garrett, Booth, from Cairo. with 3 barges
Danube, Sinnott, from Grand coore
Jewel. Truslow. from Shreveport
Alvin. Soovell, from Lower Coast
Smma Irvine. Ruts, from Lower Coast
Do 8met. Ottendorfer, from Bayou Gouls
ts.bet O'P from Lower Coast
John 8 Brd, Baird, from Bayou Barateria
Alice, from Hope Villa-New Basin
S S Knapp and barges, from Pas agoula-New Basin
Jennie, from Amite River-New Basin
Josephine, from Pearl River-New Basin
*Iolw--olsna tip.
Br ship Birmingham, Morrow, 80 days from Liver
pool, to Hal & Vanughan
Baru Albert Shults, Leppert, 69 days from London,
via Key West, to master
Xpen"s.
LEGHORN-Per steamship Bellingham - 79,900
buohels corn in bulk
HAMBURG-Per steamship Topase-96,000 bush.
esi corn in balk
THktUXILLO--Pe sehr Susan Bcranton-lo halt
bbis near 1,5 bble lime 2000 feet lumber 1 tub butter
BREMtEK-Per bark Carl Johan-t-4,4 bales cotton
MALAGA-Per bark Gslathsa-90,103 poe staves
AL1.IAN TE-Per bark Admete -85,074 poe staves.
RIO DE JANEIRO-Per bark Aalessnd-400 4
balg coffee to Agar & Lelong
NEW YORK-Per steamship Hudson-Assorted
mdse
eelpts ot Prr ussa.
ST LOUIS -Per steamer John Gilmore and barges
109.500 bushels corn in bulk Engretr o&o-16,741 do
47.000 bushels wheat in balk 100 bbls meal 101 sacks
oats to order-573 do 300 sacks bran 395 bales hay
lu5 bbls grits 470 bbls meal Glover & Odendhal--u0
do J Miltenberger-2 do 4 bbls flour J A Stevenson
0600 do Vairin & Mortimer--.S do Polhans & Doll
100 no Zuberbier & Behan-9O do 11t hf do H T Law.
ler--.) ackse four oo00 half do T Prudhomme-1-060
Racks bran John H Hmann-500 do Jno T Gibbons &
co -53 bbla dour 5 hf do 24 pkgs mdse C A Whitney
too-i-e bbls pork to hf do Sohwaaoher & Hirsch -
100 tieroes lard 100 kegs do 30 hf bble lard C H Dol.
sen--.0 tierces lard .so bblo do John a INorton-10
bbls lard 5 hf do 2 .c do 91 kegs do 5 casks bacon
Miller, Gritgby &oo-119 bales hay Chas Pleastats
Sd do J Levy-84 b Is tallow J H Keller-l- drums a
water Vi.ard &c --30 sacks m.lt to H F Sturoken
:00 esack oilcake 263 bble oil H & B Beer-lot furni
tare Blanks Line-1855 bbls flour Goeron & Gomila
-Total 126.41 bushels corn in bulk 47,000 bushels
wheat in bulk 401o bole flour 5,OJ ssoks oileake
Sr LOOUt,-Per steamer John W Barrett and 3
barges-450 sacks oat 144 bale heay 121 bales straw
6 , sacks corn Glover & Odendahl--19t do 400
sacks bran 100 anot screenings 731 bbls flour Val
rin & Mortimer-2TY eacks oats 9167 sacks corn to
Jet West 9too-468 sass oats 1595 bales hay 705
anoks bran 1344 smoks eare 191 bbla meal Chas Pleas
ante-lre do H T Lawl-SO0 do M A A es. eo
3.ool4 opelt 'ma eso7 Mlx eYm-t5M
bls Seen W H IbtWe . . e n:'- -.r 1 Is
PLastils Oh Oe- 49 galoa 4ilt irllion? d is
GRAND EOOIU--Per steamer D bana-100 baIs
aotton a M W~Alla Ae-70 T L Aly ACeo-I to
Meyer Weis oo-b to Parne, maes y as--4I to
Nalls & Cammaok--5 J L Harrls Ahce- to Olapp
lthos Aeo-18 Renshaw. Cammack Aeo-19 to Jno
OLChb i 8ono-14 W 0 Black eo--l J P Harrison
Jr Aoeo-11 elfer & Gardner-1l P G ilbert-9 to
Lehman, Abraham mo-8 to Foretall & Jumonvilll
I Richardson & May-8 By Planche too-..O A PhilU
lippi dco-5 T B Stamspe- Britton & Mayson-- to
Ohatfe.Hamilton & Powell-a G W tenitel eoo-S to
Oscar Chopin-- A A Mouton-S E A Durros-1 to
H k C Newman-1- T Buckner-- Rumb & Levert-
1 8 B Newman Aoo-1 P OUase-lf10 aaoks cotton
seeood N 0 Iotton Seed Aseonoiaton--95 do W H Mer.
kel -6 do P 0 Gibert-4 bble sugar Smith Bros oco
St do Lehman, Abraham oco--7 bbls peas A A Mou.
ton-bundriee to order-Total s84 bales ootton 1281
amnks cotton seed S0 bble molasees 4 bbls sugar
SIBRBVEPORT-Per steamer Jewel - 44 ales of
ontitn Jurey & .illlis-.c G W Sentell &oo--IJi to
to order-io0 J W Burbridge too--,O Jan OChase &
Son-87 Joe Phelps Aco-7, Lehman. Abraham oo.
46 8 W Rawlins--9 it M Walmaley oo-S7.Obi-aS,
Hamillt. & Powell-14 T J Oarver-- t to Britton &
Mayeon-8 March & Sohlenker-7 Kirkpatrick Aoo -
7 Payne, Knnedy et-,- Hammonds. Gaddis koo
5 H A U Newman-4 J P Harslaon Jr Aoo--andries
to order-Total 140t bales cotton
BAYOU GOULA-Per steamer De lmet-.-- hhdn
sugar P Lananx-l4 btls molasses T Laaniux k 8ons
4 do C A Phillipni Aoo--i do Bireo, Adler Aoo--3
sacks ron r.ce Ernst &~o--3l do G A Lo naux-and
sundries so order-Total to hhdm sugar 90 bbls mo
lasse 4 1 sacks rough ice
LOWER COASTT-Per steamer Alvin-5 hbds sou
gar Scannell & Laiaye-- do 42 bble molasse Richard
Mtilliken-e7 bales moss G H Wright--tO hhds bore
black to Stern's Fer Co -sudries w order-Xoial 9O
btdhs .avnr 4 bbls molassee
LOWER COAST-Por steamer rsabel-5 bhds of
nugar ,4 hhls mnoatmse to Richard Milliken-9- do to
S.annell & Lafay3-27 bales moss F Casentre- and
sundries to order-total 5 hhda sugar 7d bbles to
lasses
BAYOIT BAItATARIA-Per steamer Jno S Balb
18 hhad sugar lot old iron Richard Mlliken-aun.
dries to order
LOWER COAST-Per steamer Emma Irvine
lot old iron and sundries to order
oeaelp4s at tia eow lasa.
Hope Villa-Per steamer Alioe-9 hbes sugar 16
bblea molasses 1 ack seed cotton H Hayman-1 hhd
sugar I bbl molasses IM Dowling-3 bales ootton to
H Allison koo-1 bale mos 4 boxes eggs I coop pool
try HIT Cottam Aoo-9 boxes eggs A Babin-1 do
Forchelmer Bros-i do J Friedoff-40 cords wood to
7o,0oo feet lamber Munoy & Maroy--sndries to or
der-Total 3 bales cotton 10 hhds suger 17 bbls moe.
lasses
Pasoagoula-Per steamer 8 8 Knayp and barge
Cargo orestbies to N 0, y F & L RR
Amito River Per steamer Jennie-O0,000 shingles
SO cords wood Hy Ortllng-6 bates mo r5000 headings
to order
Pearl River-Per steamer Josephine-No cargo
Wlf River-Per sobr Galeas-Sil 000 ltet lumber
J L Nevers
Billox-i-Per eohr Joseph Edwards-30 cords wood
- O'Rourke-lot junk E Adler
Tohetnuota River-Per solr Rebeco.--9,000 feet
lamber 30 cords wood to order
Tohefunota River-Per schr V M Fauria-10,000
feet lumber 45 cords wood 9s bbli tar to order
Pascagoula-Per sohr Right Way-1-00 bbls char.
oral to order
Pasosgoula-Per barge Elk--000 bbls charcoal to
order
Leeltpts at am O14 wash.
Blind River-Per sohr Rosa-30 cords wood to
. Levy
Pearl River-Per sohr Cora--s0,000 feet lumber to
order
Boufonoa-Per eohr Fredonia-0 cordts.wood to
order
Pascagonla-Per eohr A palachieola-l100 bbls char
coal to order
Pasoagoula-Per ehr Demoorat-1000 bbls char
coal to order
Bayou Laoombe-Per eohr Josephine No --95 ords
wood to order
Tohefunact River-Per gbhr TWo ons--930 bbls
send and 10,000 bricks to order
Pasosgoula-Per sonar 01ia-1600 bble charcoal to
order
Tobhefaota River-Per sohr Hermit No 3-90 cords
to order
Bontouca-Per sdhr Mew--7 cords wood to order
UeOelpats by Eaalrea .e
NEW OBLEANS AND MOBILE BAILBOAD.
February 98-900 bates dbtton to order-l Ga dndoer
& Copp-t4 Vaiden, Hawkins & Roberts--0 Allen.
West & Bush-- T L Airey &Ao-a J F Ferguson &
oo- 9 Biekoam & Moore-i Sims, Billups &ar-- to
T J Carver-.5 boxes tobacco G W White-I- do H
A Jacobs-10 do WR Ilrby-5 bbla turpentine 97
bble rodn Simn Simpson & Troou-9 pkg de Vincent
&oo-3 bble whisky it Seega-9 do J Wagman-- do
F Petrtal-u do F Fonderham-- do C Meesher-- do
A Marohal-f- do Bartholomew & Tallou-4 do Wm
Hart-%i do Joe Rogers-- do P 8 Moran-lot mdse to
8 L Boyn-do Kelffer Bros-do H Stern &co-do El.
kin &co-do H Heath-7 sacks cotton seed to W W
Wiggintoc-9 buggies J A Lam &oo--63 pkge mdse
Lehman, Abraham Aoo-95 loxes tobaeoo H Schra.
nor oco-18 do Gglbri & Itourney-- do J W Blttery
10 do LeGulee &co-10 do EJ Hart &oo-19 do J
Freyham too-,n do M L Hudgins doo-25 do to
Marx & Kemper-10 bbls whisky A Wals--9 pkge
mdse 8 L Boyd--10 bble lime 8 Jamison-9 cars coal
A'O Danner &oo-i car poultry to L L Dearman-3
oars stock Aycook, Mitchell &co-I do C Meble &co
Sdo J D Hodges-i do Boyle I&o-1 do J R Carroll
I do W L Holmes-1 do S3H Johnson-1 do J T Han.
sler-9 do J M Alexander -00 sacks oiloake A Hunt
500 boxes candles lo tieroes hams Zaberbier & Be.
han-178 bales hay J Levy-180 pkge beer Geo Yalets
10 bbls whisky Schmidt & Zeigler-1 do P Ryan-1
do J Fernandes-1 do P Rawlens -50 bxe yeast pow
ders Smith Bros &oo-413 sacks peas to A A Green.
wood--sll do 8 Meyers-9 boxes drugs I L Lyons
714 smoks notton seed N 0 Cotton Seed Assoolation
10 tubs butter Sohwabacher & Hirsch-1 bbl whisky
anundries to order-Total 257 bales ootton 791 sacks
cotton seed
MOGBAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL.
ROAD AND STEAMBHIP 00.
February 98-9 bales ootton 40 bbls oil G W Sentell
Coo-- hhds sugar 1 bhl molasses Lange & Legendre
I do Hirsch, Adler &oo-i bbl cistern bottom H A
LeSassier-e- pkgs eggs L Lacassagne-lO do C bils
green hides L Terrebonne-1 bbl do 3 pkgs eggs 4
hf batee moss to J M Walsh-907 sacks rough rno to
Ernst &o-1 bag cotton Hirsch. Adler aoo-9 bdls
moss 9 saoks rough rice 8 pkgs eggs J Bibolet-4 do
J Vergpole-11 do C H Serin-7 do H Chassignao-
8 do Queyroune & Bole--6 bales otton J A Bourg-ll
do i hcf o. H Groebel &oe-9 do G D Lce--S do to
V H Berard-I do M & B J Montgomery-- bales
moe (Geo Hildebrand-st pkgs eggs Rykoski & Man
ade--sundries to order--Total bales eotton 1 bag
cotton S1a sacks rough rice 5 hhds sugar 3 bbls me.
lases
From Clinton - Per steamship Hutrhieson-103
bales cotton Jno Phelps &Co-94 Jno T Hardie doo
40 8 Gumbel-9t R M Walmaley ateo-1t Jno Ohbast
A Bone- B H Wilson eoe-1 W A Peale-1 A & B
Beer-105 sokse cotton seed N O Cotton Seed Assool
ation-58 bales mdse 93 bales cotton 19 pkgs eggs to
0 A Whitney Aeo-470 sacks bones Stern's For Co
76 lead eattle C Mehle &eo-8t do M Flautt-ando
-sudvies to order-Total 365 bales ooton~ 105 sacks
roe.h rice
Q0l IA O. BT. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
RAILBOAD.
Ilps February 8 - 107 oar lods, as follows -
17fl bales cotten to order-154 J L Harris &oo-140
3 T Ferguson &ao--1. to 8 Gumbel-116 Lehman,
Abraham &oo-91 8 O Thomas &too-6 Biokham &
Moore-61 Allen. West & Bush--.4 Chati Hamilton
& Powell-45 Meyer, Weis oco- 44 Lehman, Abra.
ham &oo-It Allen. Nugent &oo-9a Hyman & Lich.
tenstein--'0 Britton & Mayson-18 Jno T Hardie ceo
15 Jno Chaffe & Sons-1 Richardson & May-t3 to
Stewart Bros &oo--li Gardner A Uopp-10 8ims, Bil
lunps oo-8 Payne, Kennedy &eo-6 J B Wolfe Aco
5 T J Carver-- Kelter & Gardner-- to H A 0 New.
man-C BeadlesIWood too-4 H & B Beer-3 Ham.
monds, Gaddise oo-S Warren & Atkinsou-l,Nalle
& COmmack-t T L Atrey aco- eoar poultry 4 boxes
eggs Miller A Meyer-9 hhds tobaooo E H Wilson &
co-.- do Kirkpatrick &oo-I oar wood D B Morey
7 bble oil Insurance Oil Tank Co-4 do 1 hf bbl mo
lasses A Billet-i bbl sugar Jas Meorath-- bdl dry
hides 5 dry hides W H Merkel-6 harrows I cotton
planter to (ullett'A Branch Office-I owses oanned
goods D H Morphy & Son-IS9dry hides H W Sterk
In bdls hides e bbls tallow Fitzpatric & Hall-9 care
pig iron C G Johnsen-1 car cattle Noel & Wooten
1 o Aycock, Mitehell ho--- do B B Wade-1 car
mules Jacques Levy-I do M Heyman-- do R Han.
cook-1 car bay Wallace, Fairchild too-3 pkge tools
J o Terry & Sons-lot scrap iron M Schwartz & Bro
9 tube butter C H Lawrence &co-66 okgs butter and
cheese Vese Bros-10 tube butter Clark & Meader
It do Miller, Grigeby &co--100 boxes cheesp to F A
Jones-6 firkins butter Smith Broseco-to brx s da
B H Flashpoller-Y- do 3 ca v powder E Conery & Son
16 bra soda Flash. Preston &co-"-0 do I Bloom &oo
i0 do John T Moore, Jr-le do H Pohlmann & Son
1 bx d gt.ods C O Dabrical-45 pkge hardware M Mc
Graw-9 boxes hats A Darieu-1 ca tobacco J A De
Bow-i bbl wheat J J Laneles &co--Li9 boxes tobac
co Thos Simms & Levy--tit do Brten &co- 00 sacks
peas H ' Rumman--90 do A A Greenwood-Is do
H Doherty-1-6 bble oil to Insurance Oil Tank Co
85 pkgs tobacco C A Whitney &co-I engine and ten
der La Western BRi-I car hay Chas Pleasants-- do
9 pkg. meet to MoCloskey & Henderson--t10 boxes
cheese to Schwabacher & Hirsch-I car beer Meta &
Paul-Y0 bbls oil Union Oil Co-10 bble spirits S Herr
mann-40 p.sge butter J B Solari & Son-i case m.ste
B H flashpoller-2 do A Worman-- do Modeit &
Jaeger-75 boxes cheese C H Lawrence &co-53 pkgs
haruware Stauffer, Macready &O-gandrIes to order
Total 2874 bates cotton
Memoranda.
A comperautive statement of sea-going vessels
in the port of New Orleans, made up to February 97.
1880, shows that there were 3t steamships. Ut shipe.
37.barks, 3 brigs nda1 s.bsoners. At the same date
lest year there were 4 sateam.ips, 45 shIps, 47
bacs, S brigk n8 sebhmoe
- B.1
lft, Feb sa---led, latch bark Noord Hol.
la Blow., from Liverpool for P'eeaoola
rt, Feb .9-Arrived, Nor bark Solglimt Ja.
oo0an, from Penesoola
London, Feb 04-Br chip Mistres of the se,s.
Haughes, whioh left Phdladelphti on January e6 for
lBremen, was abandoned iesasted in Ita 4.1. Ion I1.
Her orew were taken off hy the ship Ivy, Capt Low.
ell, from New Orleans for Havre
[By Mail.]
Antwerp, Feb 10-Sailed, Matador, Bonning, for
Pensacola
Barrow, Feb 1--Sailed, Bobiller, Olseen, for Pen.
sacola
Bordeaux. Feb 1--Arrived, steamship Hather
rage, frtm New Orleans
Deal. Feb 13a-Paseo, Corfu, Randle, from New Or
leans via nQeenet.wn for Lonlon
(.ole, Feb li--Arrived, Turku, Sundell, from Pen
eacola
(hent. Feb 10-Arrived, Allo. Grondahl, from
Pasoarqrul
Liverpool, Feb 1l-Cleared, Emily Walters. Slo
man, for Galveston
Marseille., Feb l1-Arrived, 3tuglielmo, Maresca,
from New Orleans
Portlhnd. Feb 19-Sailed from" the Roads, Alfa,
Malafae, from New Orleans for Lel b
STE&AMBOATS.
ST. LOUta.
ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
ANCHOR LINE.
For St. Leouis and all way landines.
JOHN A. SOUDDBR .............C.arter master
'Leaves WEDN 'DAY. March a. at p. inm.
COMMONWEALT. ............arvell master
Leaves SATURDAY March e. ate . m.
LYE TPl AsOAT OF THIS LINE PAl
artcular attention to all way an
10t4 Ontrm n bIureat
MIi8I8SIPPI VALLEY
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Leaves SiUNDAY. F bruary 29, ot t1 m.
S FOR ST LOUIS. OIRo (CON.
nedlung with Illinois Central Rall.
rood) and Memphis-The sleamer
JOHN GILEORli ADiS BAMsIIE,
H. H. iymmes. master.
will leave as above. For freight apply on
board, or to J. A. STEVEN+ON. Agent,
o amp street.
Will take freight for the Illinois Central Rail
road and its connections. fe2n
BATS i SARA.
REGULAR BEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SABA
PACK BPI
Leaves every WEDN.SDAt and SATUBDAY
at l. nm.
FOB BAYOU ARA WATERLOO
Hermitage. Port Hckey. Baton
Bouge and Plauemine, extending
the Saturday trip to New Texas and Raccourci
-The fast and splendid aassenger steamer
JOmN W tANNON,
John 0. Libano master, J. H. Mesop clerk.
Clinton and Woodville freighte shipped Wed.
nesday reach their destination Friday even.
1"i~ nton and Woodville freightsehipped Batur.
da reach their destination Monday evening.
For freight or passage aDply on board or to
E. D. HIT D Oravier street.
BRITTON & EP'PLICR. 182 Gravler street
LORD & MoPAKE. 1n Gravier street.
asne O. G. WAYNE., Gravier street.
BAYOU ABA BSEML-WEEKLY PACKET
, . O BAYOU SAIA. WATERLOO.
Hermitage. Port Hudson Lobdell's
Store. Baton Bouge and Plaquemine
--Steamer
EDWARD J. QAY,
J. J. Brown master, S. 8. Streck clerk.
leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at a e. m.
returning every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY.
For freight or Daue avolN on board or to
J, PF. 0aBLln, ae M~amine street.
Jyal JOHN JANNEY. oee uommon street.
LAPSIIIR .B.
INDEPENDENT SkMI-W EKLY NEW OB
LEANS. OOAST AND LAFOUBOHi
PACKET.
Leaves every MONDAY at s p. m. and FRIDAY
at 10 a m.
,S FOR WAY LANDIZGS ON OOAST
and Bayou Latourche-The A o. 1
Max Blanchard. Master
John Webrr and 0. J. Blanchard. Clerks.
will leave as above returning down the coast
every iSUNDAY and WEDNESDAY. In daylight.
For freight or pa ~sag e a I onboard or to
Y. Ha B A RNRD. 9 St. Louis St.
S. HENO. 20o Conti st.
P. B. - Goes through to Lockport on the
Thurs 'ry trip.
SEMI-WIEE.L'X OUa t A0D BAYOU LA
FOUROHE
Leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p.m., and SATUR
DAY at lo . m.
_ The Al 8assenrar ket
P A. C. harlet master.
Edw. Nicolle, and J. W. Learone. clerks.
will leave as a ~ve. reurnu. down the coast
every MONDAY and THURSIDAY in daylight.
For freight or passage apply o4ap lfr to
lie Decatur, near St. Louis street
P. .--Has a clerk on the landing during the
day, at the head of Bienville street. to receive
freight. nol2 em
TECHE AND ATCHAFALAYA.
FOR BAYOU TECHE AND ATCHAFALAYA
RIVER.
Leaves WEDNESDAY. March 8s at 5 p. inm.
FOB ST. MARTINSIVILLE. NEW
Iberia. Jeanerette, Franklin, Oen
treville, Pattersonville. and all inter
mediate landings on Bayou Teche and Atoha
falaya river-The new passenger steamer
JOHN 1. CHAKERWR,
T. B. Mugrah master T. K. Voorhees clerk,
will leave a. aoove. For freight or passage ap
ply on board, or to
GEO. D. HITE. No. 142 Gravier street,
or J . . OARLIN, No. so Magazine st.
No debts will be paid unless contracted upon
order of LLUID T. BELT.
fe29
....... ~~lax _._. .. ....
NEW O 5 N
ONLY LINE WITH TDO LE DAILY PAD.
BEN B TRAINS.
On and after Sunda November 9 1859 tralnt
will arrive and leave depot, foot of eanal street
as follows:
I.Ava. I Aanrva.
No. I Express No. Express.
daily.......... 7:aoa.m. daily...-...:40 a.m.
No. a Express No. 4 Express
daily-.........:0 oDm.I daily ........:0o Dm
Tickets may be obtained and Sleeln (Sa
Berths secured in advanoe on applioation at the
office corner Op and Common streets. onpp
site Otty H to0. S up ntendent
dl Iy . W. COLEMAiN.$ioet Asent.
GBEAT JACKSON ROUTE.
MIICAOo. ST. LOUIM AND NEW ON.
LEANS RAILROAD.
Trains will leave and arrive at the Calllee
Street Depot. on and after January 17. e18s, as
followe:
f WS:Leave. Arrive.
nExp. No. 1. 2:so D, m. I o. 9. 8:0o a. m
Mixed No. a. 7:15 a. m. I Mixed No. 4 7:30 D. m
No.1 and 3 run daily. Noe. a and 4 daily. ex
turday Accooommodation for McComb Olt,
TO IS JATI
AND CHICAGO WITH OU9 CBIQNE, and doT
ST. LOUIS a Sleeper is at. tacked at Milan,
enabling eseners to throh w out
n EE TO
NEW 'Ot and thSTEIBN OITIES. T
Improved Sleeping and Beclining Chair ears
to Vicksbur dil without hane.
Tickets for sale. erth secured and Informs
tion given at N'o. Camp street.'oorner of
Common.
ommon A D, SHELDON, Ticket Agent.
P. ORANDLEB. General Paapnneer Arent.
DB. B. PEBI P.SICIAN AND BURGEON
of twenty five years' experience in the treat
ment and cure of 11 diseases of the GENITO.
URINARY OROGANS. and of those arisin from
either NERVOUS or PHYSICAL DEBILITY,
caused by age or early abuses. Chronic die
easee treated with success. Brht's Disease,
Gravel, Catarrh of the Bladder, Olet. 8permae
torrhee, and all disorders of a PRIVATE NA
TUBE treated without the use ef MECBOURY o
any injurious dr . Cures auaranteed and
medicines supplied. TBIOTU cured by a
slmnl e meehanism, O without pain.
ol S
sTRAMOATS.
11 .IVAII.
Bt RivetP and Teais.
NErW n D RI R TANS.
Tbough bisof ling and hbou asee .
gertkts to all landns on a leranall
nr i as. The et route to
son Hot r an all landings
STeiay on ced Re and railway stations
FOR HBBEVEPOBT.
Jewel O. P. Trnalow master.
Leaves T3UESDAY. March 2. at e p.m.
No wbarfi t earee, raT a or omm salon
will be chard at mouth of ed River, Bayou
Sara orat Mew Orleans, in forwardlng freigh
ojl gedI time company by bill of ladi
.or freIht or ps alye on board f the
oets or at the o eofy. te Lo ,
j a ' LORD MoPEA Aen
WEEKLY RED RIVER PACKET.
Leaves eveBry toATURDAY, at, po. mi
SFO. GRAND NR. RE. ALEXA.
l a. Egg Beod. NormansBrbn.
are's and a landing-The
elegant and new sa.e.,En.
(In place of the .Jese K. Bell.)
B Sitnott maaser. G. 0. Hamhlton clerk.
Will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
ihlt. W. ADAMSl 11 Commeroial Place.
P. 8.--No wharfboat chprges or commission,
ill be charged at mouth of ied eor Nw
boat or agent. aee
TEXAS.
MORA.N'5 A U A AND R A B AND
Passeners take Railroad Ferriot, foot of
St. Ann street, at e a .. reaching oran City
at 19 m.. there conneting wthb ste ers vlyin
from Morann Cth gMorans
LouIas an ad Tease ilro
g IFO e INDIAtOLA--lter mars lea
anrDa Oiy on WEDNEN DAYS
an NortoUG P. WOEtonn CematGalveston with
e FORIR PUS CHRISTI. VIA GAL.
.lUaMaIglP ARANSAS
Will sail from Morgan Citr
FOR BRAZOS SANTIAGO DIRECT
um-lTh e Iron steamea
ST. MARY
Will sail from Monrn Cty
SUNDaY, February 29.
Freight for Brownsville Is per ent off tariff,
except grain. which is at special rate,
Thro ugh bills lading sagled to all roints
on the Houston and Teo entral and .H.
andS. A B.R nt. and Great Northern il.e
road and NewOleans and Texas Railroa
.San ntoniofrelghte received and forwarded.
via Clinton and l.. B. and San Antono ail
rto dig irGonzales. Hallettsvllle. Rancho,
eta. receIv via Clnton or Cuero.
Lighierae tý Corpue Obristi and Brauos (if
.reight for all tne above oint received at
the depot of Mor "s Louisiana and Tax
Railroad, foot of ¶aryette street, daily untl
T icmkets and staterooms secured until s D. m,
st agents' office, or at the ferry landing, on
morning of departure.
Through tickets will be Issued from this c0 e
tothe rincpil polnto on the Hoston, t Texas
Cenra Ru.lrojarog the nternationl and
0. A. WHITNEY. CO. .Manager.
octl tf Corner Magaazine andNaatchea ala.
GREENVlDllL, VII.eW .UIR AND nJwnN.
UNITED STATE MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every T E8DAY$ats pAm.
ni¶-The steamer
DNU li 3. LEE.
Willam OCampbell master, T. Joward clerk
leaves".as above, co necting at icksburg with
Parisot's LIne for al ponts n the Yazpo. Sun.
flower, Deer Creek and Tallabaatchie.
G. P. WORK 1 Oommercial Place,
.. g WAYNE O2 Gravier street.
GEO. D, HITE. 142 ravler street.
Will give through bills of ladlng to Trenton.
Monroe anBd all stations on Vlcksburg, Shreve
port and Paoflc Railroad via Delta, La.
W. B. BRbCKETT. Agent.
auls a M agazin, street.
UNITED ITATRIE MAILt PACKET. -
FOil VICKSBURq AND GREENVILLE.
Leaves every THURHDAY at s . m.
, . .e FOR VICKSBURG. GREENVILLE
aM nd Bends-The new and magnil-f.
cent assenauer steamer
J. il. WITEE,
Curt. Holmes mmater W N. Calme clerk.
connectlng at Vicksburg with Parisot's Line
for all polnts on Yazoo and Tallabatchie rivers.
Boat reserves the right to pass all landings
that thei catin may deem uns9e.
th P. WORK. C 00 WAYNE
B. W. ADAM5S, BBOOKETT I CARTER.
Will give through bills of lading to Trenton.
Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve
port and Pacific Railroad, via Delta La
W. B. BROOKETft. Agent,
aulO9 as. . Magazine street.
SATUBDAY VICKSBUBG UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET.
nae- e aTse r packet
T. P. master. .. use oletk.
oono e unsatvioksburgWith the Parisot Line
for Tallahathie" Sunflower rivers
and wit A chor Line for emphis Calro and
Rt. Louis. Will give through bills oý lading to
Monroe and all stations on the Viokaburg,
hrevenort and Pasifo Railroad via Delta. La
This boat reserves the right to vaes all land.
in. that the Captain may consider unsafe.
or relht r as on board, or to
JON 1.0lo Common at.
J. E. CABLIN s0 Common st.
Will sign through bills laMng to stations on
the Vicksburg. Shreveport and Pacific . ilroad
at same rate as other boats.
UPPER COAST.
PEOPLES' FAVORITE.
REGULAR UPPER COAST TBI-WEEKLY
PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY. THURSDAY and
tATURDAY at I1 a. m.
, _FOR BAYOU GOU LA. DONALD.
sonville and all upper coast land.
Ing--The fine fast passenger steam.
er
Frank Ottendorfer master. T Goodwyn clerk.
will leave as above, returnD down the coast
Sundays. Wednesdays and Fridays in daylight,
For freight or aReaa eapply on board or to
de E J. (JKEAUX. 0o Contl street.
WHITE STAB LINE,
13sT..Patt & WInter Arrammemnt..IbOS
TBI-WEEKLY UPPER COAST PACKET TO
BAYOU GOULA AND BEN TUBEAUD.
, THE FINE AND FAST PASSER.
ger steamer
J. A. Comstock master Geoo MWoods lerk.
Leaves EVERY MONtAY andM WEDNElDAY
at 1to a. m. and FBIDAY at s p. m. for Bayou
onla. returning down the coast on alternate
pFor freight or Ds agl8 0on board, or to
8. HENO 0 oConti street.
A clerk will be found daly at the head of
Bienville street to reeelve freight, oes tf
BAYOU MACON AND TEINAS.
TENSAS AND BAYOU MACON REGULAB
PACKET.
Leaves WEDNESDAY, March .8, at 5 p.m.
, . FOB FLOYD. DELHI. WARSAW.
Orockett's Point, Egypt. Cut-oft,
Wesewood, Eureka. Mound Byoun,
Oouter Point and all way landings on Bayou
Macon and Tensas-The fine passenger steamer
TNSA.,
L. V. Gooloy master Thoe. Knee clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
BBITT on ON & EPPLEB, 18 Gravler st.
dews LORD & MoPEgKE. 122 ravier street
ALOWER COAST.
Leaves every TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 11
a. m. and LSAURDAY at m
FOB ORANGE FAR][[. tOIonT
a-la-Hache Greenwood ation,
Terre aux Bouf, and all plantation
landings-Thuse e fine an s fstteser
nT amm o Ts. e
SEES RIVER.
leave as follow ss:
NMW mART HOUSTON..Ohse. Miller muaster
Leaves TUEk8IAY. March 9. at 6 D.m.
THS. SEUWLOCK ..... M. L. Vlrden mMater.
Leaves THURISDAY, March 4 at 6a .m.
U. P. MC UBnCKH.......... J. L. Garter maatr
ELeaves BATURDAY. March 6. at a p.m
For Cincinnarti, Louisville and I termedl
landings connecting at Ocinatlwitl pDa
eta for all points above to Pl t ur
For freight or D..TaeaB on a or to
nols tf 186 ravier stret5
IIIIPBIS.
NEW ORLEANS AN EMPHIS PACIMP
• MEMPHIS. HOPE 'IELD
L n alena, Arkavolja, ?reenvl~e
ia ntermediate iadIhreef g and
STEAMER CHAS. P. CHOUTEAU.
W. H. Thorweaan. Geo. Miltenberger
Leaves WEDNlDAY. March a, at 5 p. mn.
STEAMER HENRY FRANKE
J. F. Hicks. master. Al?. Grissom. clerk.
Leaves WEDNESDAY. March 11. at a D. m,
vorr h lpassage aly on 0oard or to
J. F. DO LA, 2 Oravler street.
JOHN JA N. . ommon street, Agents,
LORD & oP , 122 Oravler street.)
nols tf
O .O n £LDS9,VELLU AND RaU SEVER
DONALDeONVILLE AN. RED RtVIB LIAN.
ING TBI-WEEKLY PDAURET.
, . b PFOR BAYOU GOULA. PLAQUE
mine, Baton Rouge, Port Huddson
Bayou Sara and all landings-Th
steamer
.--- master,
will leave Donaldsonville every MONDAI,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 12 o'olock noon.
on the arrival of train from New Orleans. Con.
nection made with stage line at lied River Lan.
ing for Blm sport. Evergreen. Oheneyville ans
Alexandria.
The Kitle iye will be repaired, additional
staterooms added, and will resume her triop
MONDAY, March 15. Hbe will leave Rayou Baras
at 2 a. m. and Baton Rouge at 6 a. m. on Mon
days. Wednesdays and Fridays, arrivina at
Donaldeonville in time to connect wth train for
NewO rlerns. fell5
OPELOUSAS.
INDEPENDENT OP LOUA8 PACKET.
Leaves TUESDA. et) 24. at
• . ... FOR WASHINGTON. OP .
, sm, PortBarre. lmmstort. Oh
ville, and all landings on theoast.
Atobafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau--Ths
light draft Daesenger steamer
LAURA L. DAVI.
Wi. Crawford master, A, Meynrer. r., clerk,
For freight or assage aply on board, or to
GEOBRUE D. HITE. 162 ravier street.
LOBD & MoirAKE, 122 Gravier street,
P. B.-Will glve through bills lading to Bay
Boeutf.nd particular attention given toco-s
nassengecs. Connects with steameriOille .
Blmmenort for Bayou des Glazise. lal;
STEASImPE.
WEEKLY LINE FOR FLORIDA AND IR-o
VANA.
MORGAN LIOil D. 8. MILSA T M BTB SD
ý FOB oDAB KEYS KEY WE_
and Havana - The following iro0
seleamntuhl will leave Algiers:
OLINTON....... TPHUBDAY March 4. at a am.
MOBGAN...... THURSDAY. March 11, at am.
Superior asset er accommodatioas. All
freights willp e received at Morgan sa Loislans
and Texas Bailroad Depot, foot ot LafaU oae
street. For ireiht and dr sag.e a zsp to
S HBA. A. WHITNEY a OO..Mnagers
_a82 Magagine and Neatchezsreets
NEW TORN.
The lowina A Iron stesmshi
from this line
STB, &IEIW.
E WHI1NEY. 9HALSM.T Tl
Making Semi-Weekly Tripes.
STEAMNBII LONE STAR,
H. B. Quick master.
Will sail from Alilers TUSDAY. March
2. p.m.
1,.R ANON TO NEW YOBk ONE-HALE
PERCENT.
reight for the above port received at thed
pot of or an's Louisiana and Texas alrlos
foot of saayete street. daily until s p. m.
ForHA. ~ITto NEY & 00.. anaers
auls Corner Natohes and Magaline stre.
THE QBOMWELL LINJ.
FOR NF W QYOBK DIRECT.
To sail WEDNESDAY. March 8. at s a. m.
Tlt linae Ieoomlpoed of the tionow
The steamship EUD
H. It.Freeman master.
will leave her Wharft from foot of Toulogs
IN aNC B! THIB LINE EB GM F
Freight for Liverpoolo. Bremen sad a -s
taken this line, and through ills of l
ie=mn for the sme.
myu ly 11 Garondelet street.
LIVBRPOOL.
MAmRI*ON LINE.
Tons. Commanders.
ALICE .................1250......) Oeorge.
AUTHOB................10.. Williams.
OCANUELLOB .......2ooo...... . BeRnolds.
OBRYnOLITE ...... 1000......nes
OGNA ............10.... W Alken.
COMMANDER .... .... B 1o....... . llis.
ItD.OV"4 ........7.... W.. . Lang.
OUNSELLOBR ..... 2600......W Tutton.
DISCOVERER........ 26oo....... i WflllnWirso
EXPLOBER. .........o00......W. Jackson.
GLADIATOR.........0loo00...... Jones
HISTORIAN .........186o0..... W. Wallace.
I NVENTORB........... oo......John Reynolds
LOISLATOB..".....21.0o......T. Burley.
MEIDIATOB.........2010......J. Bannsy.
ORATOR... .........1342.....J. Corbishles
OBERON............. 1220......J Oampbel
Gell. Commander.
will sail on or about February 28. l880o. from iher
wharf, foot of Monteguat street.
Will reeelve cotton and sglan thronugh bills O
lading for the Continent, between Havre and
Oronstadt.
These steamshit, being of light draft, wsah
cross the bar of the Mississipdp at all bas
without detention.
For freight apply to
LUCA8 E. MOB1.
de~h a1 1, Gravler street. up sta rr.
IBRIEIEN.
NORTH GBRMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEWON.
LEANS.VIA HAYbRE. OE DHAMP
TON AND HAVANA.
The steamehips of the North Oaer.
man Lloyd will resume their Beslla*
rIps. as follows:
From Bremen. From N. Orleams.
Hannover. .......January 21 About Feb. is
Rannover............March 24 Anout - -
Nurnb'rg........A.....Aril 21 About-
These steamers touch outward at Havre and
Havana, and on their home trio at Havana snd
Southampton.
PRICIE8 OP PASSBAGE.
From Bremen, 8outhamoton or Havre to Have
ana or New Orleans--abin., st: Steerase, me
From New Orleansto Southampton. Hvtre or
Bremen--Cabin, $1; BSteerage, a.
Chil'ren under ten years. hallf prioes; B hl
dren under one year free.
N. B.--Our agents or Texas, Mesasl l
man & Bunge. In Galveston, are autIFb. ..
Issue steerage passase orders at the an
through rates:
From Bremen to s:
From Bremen to In .
The eompany s-C . :e e
te route ofe

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