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MARINE NEWS.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS BULLETIN,
Wednesday Morning, February 3.
Cleared Yesterday.
Norwegian bark Hut via, Huutickson, for Malaga and
Almeria— Decan, Zerega too
Austrian baik Imperatore, Pci mu,.a, for Liverpool—
A K Miller Ace
Austrian bai k Trino, S.trdoz, for Cork—
A K Miller Aco
Norwegian bark Otteren, Toi jusen. for Antwerp—
Decan, Zerega Aoo
Swedish brig Carolina, Ulthin, for Konen
'Shultz Aco
Brig Prairie Bose, Greenleaf. for Havana..
Joseph Kelley
Schooner Sargent S Day, McFarland, foi Kuatau—
J P Ma> heca Aco
Scheoner Geo S Hawkins, Skarit, for Pensacola, in
ballast— H Pohlmann A Son
Schooner John F Kranz, Howes, for Naplei
Lovell A Bailey
arrived.
Steamship Geo W Elder. Read, from New York 22d
ult, to C A Whitney Aco—Algieis
Steamship Cortes. Kemble, from New York 22d
nit to A Moult n — 2 d dis 8
Steamship Prince Edward, from Liverpool 8 th ult,
to master. 4th dist
Steamsbip Wimbledon, Watson, from Penarth 7th
ult to master—4th ilist
B.itish bark unjaub. Williamson, from Greenock
Dec 7. to master—Point
Brig Activo, Lamb in m, fiom Bio de Janeiro Dec 14,
to master— 1 st dist
HTKaMBOATB.
Ouachita Belle, Blanks, from Ouachita City
Grand Lake, Toms, from St Louis, wiili 5 barges
Carrie A Thorn. Thorn, from Smith Port
Thos Sherlock, Kates, from Cincinnati
J F Frazer, Canton, troin Lower Coast
St John, Bergeron, from Lafourche
Oriole. Cairlck. Irom lamer Coast
John A Scudder. Carter, from St Louis
Assumption, 1).. libres from Hayon Lafourche
Fleta, Picked, from Washington
exports.
ANTWERP..Per bark Otteren—1671 halos cotton
1 H 0 pcs staves
ROUEN- Per brig Carolina—1972 sacks corn 30(0
pcs staves
MALAGA AND ALMERIA..Per bark Botvid—
For Malaga, 717 bales cotton. For Almeria, 46,750
pcs staves
LIVERPOOL—Per bark Imperatcre—2035 bales of
cotton 91)00 pcs staves
CORK..Per bark Trino-27,000 bushels com in
bnlk
RUATAN—Fer schooner Sargent S Day..15 bbls
flour
HAVANA..Per brig Prairie Rose..495 bble floor
3825 sacks corn louo sacks bran KO sacks oat« 5 bbls
cornmeal 100 empty hog.heads 1290 ncs staves
NAPLES—Per schooner John F Kranz —1638 bales
cotton 1010 pcs staves
Inporta.
NEW YORK....Per steamsbip Geo W Elder—
Assorted mdse
NEW YORK—Per steamship Cortes—Assorted
mdse
HAVANA—rer steamsbip Margaret—1 bbl honey
1 ban t.baici seen to F Hernig
BON ACC A.. Per schooner Excel -inr.. 1500 bunches
bananas 17 000 plantains 21,000 cocoanuts 200 orangus
to J P Macheca Aco
Receipts ol Produce.
SMITH PORT—Per steamer Carrie A Thorn—613
bales cotton to C L Walmalev Aco—156 do J W Bnr
bridge Aco—134 S Fiiedlauder.,72 Forstall A Junion
ville —60 Clapp Bros Aco—31 Oscar Chopin—22 J C
Dexia—22 Jno Phelps Aco—13 J M Sandidge Aco—13
Busaey Aco—12 W B Clark—12 Lehman, Abraham A
co—7 Richardson A May—7 T L Airey Aco. .7 T H A
J M Allen Aoo 7 Schmidt A Ziegler—5 Briggs,Payne
Aco—3 L Dufilko—3 Jno Challe A Son. .7 nidus Hay
A Mehle -1 bdl hides Manade A Lacassagno.. and
sundries to order. .Total, 120 ■ bales cotton
CINCINNATI—Per steamer Thos Sherlock— 36
bales cotton to J W Burbndge Aco—11 do Richardson
A May____15 Chafle, Hamilton A Powell--95 WA
Johnson ..6 Pritchard, Bickam Aco..40 Meyer, Weis
Aoo. .68 Jno I Noble. .1 Norwood A Richards—9 Brit
ton, Moore A Coleman—11 BLkemore Aco...3 G W
Sentell Aco—3 Richardson A M-v—3 Hornet Aco—1.3
M M Greenwood Aco—14 Flash, Lewis Aco— 9 J L
Harris Aco-1 Payne, Kennedy Aco-34 Btitton,
Moore A Coleman—17 H Allison Aco—9 Bussey Aco
15 O Hopkins-7 Alcus, Schenk A Autey.. 2 Lange A
h"««' if ^es candles 8 bbls ml
15 bbls whisky lot mdse C A Whi'ney Aco—lot mdse
NOAMRS..5.H sacks cotton seed N O Cotton Seed
Association—11 bins whisky to order—250 sucks oats
320 bbls pork Jos West Aco. .231 bbls fleur 147 bbls
pork 3 casks meat lr 8 bales hav Schwabacher, F row-
enfold A Pfeifer.. 12 pkgs mdse Rice, Bros Aco— 10 U
bbls flour 102 bbls potatoes 245 sacks corn to Chas
-W >1 nK(1 » y * a . T m .. -
?. 1 ^*?, nt 2 - 25 L d ?x m ? t „ Jno T Moore Aco
A Odendahl.. >25 bbls potatoes Gordon A Gomila—10
casks meet 5 bbls heads 9 tierces lard 5 bbls rumps
E H Fairchild, Son Aco —200 bbls pork F Dolbonde A
co. .25 bbls whisky Jno I Adams Aco —2 bales twine
Archer A Holland. .--0 bdla paper N O Bee—25 bbls
whisky bu ke A Thompson. .20 plows A Baldwin A
O..300 boxes candles Bercier ft DeSmet—14 plows
Bodley Bros —2 bbls meat Mrs E Black—18 trunks F
w ia ' ...... „ 1 j trunks F
* s n i h a b * t £ b * CC ° n ° f
mdse A Baldwin Aco— P bbls oil J G Clark—10 bxs
candles Camming-* A Elmer—7 pkgs drags P L Cu
sachs—20 half bbls whisky Cobb A Maxent—10 half
hhds shoulders 4 bbls rumps 113 boxes cheese 90 pkgs
batter E F DelBondio—17 do C DelBondio.. 10 bbls ol
ribs 15pkgs pigsieet 118 pkgs butter 253 kegs lard 20
bbls oil 2 t créés lard F DelBondio—27 bbls onions E
Dougherty..50 bbls potatoes Davison A Pitcher..114
S lows Folger Aoo.. 5 bbls whiskyK Fasnacht.25 tes
ird C A French. .115 pkgs mdse L Fix—60 bbls ap
ples Greve A Wildermann —91 boxes cheese 6 boxes
batter Geo A Glover Aco..7 pkgs mdse Mrs J Gau
che—15 bbls liquor H U Gogruve Aco—90 pkgs beer
F Hollander—25 tierces hams Howard A Preston..90
boxes glass L Hote —20 bbls bntter Keep. Raymond A
00 . .50 pkgs butter 100 bbls grits C H Lawrence Aco
65 tieiccs hams 10 hhds meat Lafarge A Carroll. .40
bbls whisky Lo. hie A Cordes. .lqt bars iron Lagan A
Mackison—1 bbl paint A A Maginuis Kona— 2 , bills
paper J Meyar..-.5 bbls whisky 10 half bbls do Jno
T Moore Aco—lot plows and bellows Mullan A Hollo
way. .36 pkgs stoves P McCabe. .2 casks bacon 1 box
eggs Miller A Meyer—22 bbls onions P Meyer jr—*3
S kgs bntter 6 bbls onions 5 bbls beans 2 bbls tongues
ewnun A Kent—8 pcs wheels Orleans Rai Iroa I
halt casks meat 5 casks hams 3 bbls tenderloins to
chwabacher.FrowenleMA Pfeifer.. 100 bbls pork Ain
mour Aco—25 bbls whisky 55 cases c goods H Pohl
mann—20 tierces hams 10 boxes bacon G Pascal Aco
222 bales hay OiiO bbls potatoes lnO bbls flour Chas
Pleasants. .200 boxes glass G Parvis. .25 bbls whisky
Widow KRiehl—.5 d.>L Reder Aco.. 14 pkgs ear.h
enware Rice Bros Aco..6 crates md e M Keel—15
tierces hams 20 bids ribs Sellwabcacher, Frowenfeld
APfeifer—lot ot mdse Stau Her, Macready Aco—150
cases c goods Smith Bros Aco—37 : bbls potatoes
hhls onions Sme.ui----9 tierces hams Schwabacher,
Froenfeld A Preifer—100 boxes bitters to Scnm'dt A
Zeigler. .3 bbls eggs 25 bbls tongues 20 pkgs butter
Schneider A Zuberuier.. 00 pkgs glassware Simpson
A Tricon—lot castings A Simon—lot iron M Schwarz
8 pkgs mdse Stra ton A Mayer—*240 bdla paper to
Stoutemeyer A Judson.,8 hardware L F Tower—3
collius T M Thayer—100 boxes cheese Geo W Tait A
co—37 tierces hauts 8 boxes bacon 19 tes meat 50 half
bbls beef 1. bbls tongues Vose Bros..4 bales broom
corn J N Vandergnfl— 1 OO pkgs acid T S Waterman
1 box mdse Wilson A Fagan—lot mdse B J West
109 aacks bran 24 sacks screening* 90 bbls flour Vai
rin A Mortimer—8ti3 pcs bulk meat Jos West Aco—
£0 sacks corn Wa ker A Finne* —50 bbls apples E A
Wbeelock—118 sacks oats C T Buddecke A Son—945
sacks corn Doize A Lane—I rge lot furniture and enn
dries to order..Total, 422 bans cotton 531 sacka cot
ton seed 13 hhds obacco
LOWER COAST—Per steamer J F Frazer
10 hbds sugar 8 bbls molasses to O Hopkins..118 sks
rough rice J Dymond
OUACHITA CITY..Per steamer Ouachita Belle—
473 bales cotton te Meyer. Weis Aco—387 J 110 Phelps
Aco—361 THAJH Alien Aco—237 Jno T HardieA
co—228 Lehman, Abraham Aco—155 Jurey A Gillis.
139 Wyche A Morgan.. 128 Richardson A May--76
Jno Chaffe A Sons—63 U A C Newman—62 Aiken A
Watt. .52 Jno I Noble. .45 J M Sandidge Aco—38 II
W Montgomery..31 W B Clark. .33 W C Black Aco
30 Rawlins A Murrell—28 N D Wetmore.. 6 Gwyn
A Dy r—25 R L A W Adams. .25 J W White. .91 b B
Newman Aoo—21 Peet, Yale A Bowling.. 0 J L Har
ris Aco..15 J B Bres.15 Wm A Bell—14 J B Wolfe
Aco—14 Howcott A Gordin—12 Temple S Coons Aco
17 M M Greenwood Aco—8 Bussey Aco— 7 Buckner
Aco. .7 G W Terrell Aco-6 D Hadden Aco-6 Me
Gebee, Snowden A Violett— 5 H March—5 J Henry
Aco—4 Strong A Henderson..3 8 Friedlander..3 to
Flash. Lewis iico —2 Ch He, Hamilton A Powell..2 to
A'cus, »check A Autey—2 Briggs. Payne Aco —2 to
Jl* Davis Aco—1 Schmidt A Ziegler—1 H Allison A
co—1 U Kern Aco—1 I Bloom Aco. .966 aacks cotton
seed N o Coitou Seed Association—and sundries to
order. Total, • 861 bales cotton 960 sacks cotton seed
ST LOUIS—Per steamer Grand Lake and barges—
2500 bbls dour to Gordon A Gomila. .500 do reorder—
100 Keep, Raymond Aco..70o do lOO bbls cornmeal to
T A Hamilton Aco—1*6 do 48 bbls grits 169 bbls tionr
672 hall bbls do Glover A Odenuahl—62.5 bids flour 2
boxes bacon Schwabacher, Frowenfeld A Pteitl-r. .25
£ kgs wbitelead 96 bids fl ;ur 42*1 half bbls do N O A
IRB -281 bbis cornmeal 361 bbls flour W H Mat
thews A Bro. .lot furni.nre 20bbls floui N O A R R
T Co—548 bbls tt iur 315 half bbls do .30 bbls sornin* al
30 kegs lard 20casks meat 247 pkgs mdse C A Whit
nev ASO..50 bbls Hour . 50 half bbis do G Pascal Aco
K 0 bbls nork Vose Bros—50 do Byrnes A Barstow—
200 do 171 rack» corn Howard A Preston..619.7 do to
Jos West Aco—5159 Oscar Chopin—246 John Glynn jr
1()02 sacks oats i H Hanna— 00 sacks blau M Duffy
61,000 bushels corn in bulk to order—200 tierces lard
350 kegs 'aid Flash A Dolseu—5 casks bacon toarder
115 bales liay N D Wetmore—61 do Wm Schindler_
24 do 25 bbls vinegar 25 half bbls no Newman <x Kent
200 p«s bagj-ing Cnism A Boyd—20 cases ma du s to
J C Morri- Aco— 7 do E Voister.. 10 bbls oil Wbee
lock. Finlay Aco. .5 pkgs mdi-e P S Cu-ai hs—5 bbls
grease* bbls o 1 1 K KoHeits—40 kegs krout Flasb
poller A Nelson..27 pkgs bu ter Rogers A Mitchell—
58 do Jno T Mi ore Aco..2 cases candy E J Krug—3
pkgs mdse J L Dannies—606 hales cottoy Decan, Ze
rega Aco..60 do Ship Majestic—2303 sucks oilcake to
A A Magbmia Sons..1449 do 2 pkgs mdse Jo R
Kay ne koo—and sundries to order.. total, 666 Okies
cotton too bales bay 7942 bbls flour 2057 half bbls
Î96 bbls cornmeal 350 bbls perk 380 kegs lard S00
tierces lard 61,000 bushels corn in balk 11,671 sacks
corn 1002 sacks oats 200 sacks bran 3754 sacks oilcake
LAFOURCHE—Per steamer St John—25i bbls
molasses Richard Mi liken—54 hhds sugar E M Scott
32 bbls molasses Chism A Boyd—135 do 21 hhds sugar
K Beltran —10 do A Tertnm —12 do E Bourgeois—32
bbls moUsses H BoUblanc—38 do to order —6 hhds
sugar D Jamison—13 do E Nicaud —12 bbls molasses
F'Brugier—4 do PLanaux.,20 do 16 hhds sugar
Ingraham..300 sacks rongb rice F Brugier—and sun
dries to order—Total. 132 hhus sugar 524 bbb molas*
sea 300 sacks rough rice
LOWER COAST—Per steamer Oriole—18 hhds
sugar 2 bills molasses to Bnerre A Wogan. .20 do
hbtis sugar A Socola. .40 sacks potatoes 27 crates cab
bage F Ca-entre..and sundries to order-Total.
hhds sogar 22 bbls molasses
ST LOUIS—Per steamer John A Scudder—550
bbls flour to Glover A Odendahl—372 do to Vairin
M.rtimer .2100 do Gordon A Gomila—200 do HT
Lawler—100 do C T Buddecke A Son—150 do A Ju
lian—..100 do E H Fairchild, Sou Aco-3b do Chas
Pleasants —100 do J B Woods Aco—930 sacks corn
Gordon A Gomila--1082 do Jos West Aco— 79.1 do
Howard A Preston—511 do Newman A Kent—158Ido
Oscar Chopin—240 do John Glynn jr—427 do F Del
Bomlio. .207 do J L Harris Aco—703 do Chas Pleas
ants. .2 do C B Singleton. .234 sacks oats H T Lawler
l.z do W H Matthews A Bro—26 casks bacon 2 half
do 17 tierces lard 2 bbls pork Jas Mullen—16 boxes
eggs F DclBondio—0 bbls peas 25 boxes cheese
tubs butter E F DelBondio.. 31 pkgs butter 200 bbls
pork 50 tieroi ■ lard 110 kegs lard 100 pails lard to
Schwabacher, Irowen eld A Pfiefer—16 tierces lard
133 bbls meal Vainn A Mortimer. .25 boxes candles
boxes butter Flasbpoller A Nelson —6 do 64 tierces
lard Schwabacher A Hirsch —2 bbls oil H Budig.
pkgs mdse J Gctzinger—11 do C A Whitney Aco
horse J W Spanbart..4 kegs butter Greve A Wilder
mann. .4 pkgs butter Geo A Glover Aco—3 bbls paint
Bienville Uil Co.. 19 bbds tobacco to Kirkpatrick A
Keith—2 pkgs glassware Lagan A Macki-on— 6 bbls
wine Miller A Dielman—100 bbls ork Forclieiiuer
Bros—100 uo£K Converse —2 bbls eil A Martin—
do N O K R Co —8 do St Charles st K K Co..5 bbls
hors- radish John Bell ..6 bxes butler 25 boxes cheese
Jno T Moore Aco—78 plates zinc A Baldwin Aco..
bbls pork Howard A Preston —20 kegs butter to C
Lawrence Aco..4tio tacks brau 116 sackt si reenings
Vail lu A Mol timer—9 boxes eggs Miller A Meyer—9
bbds tobacco Jno H Anderson. .50 bbls pork Schmidt
A Ziegler —ol bbls krout Gieve A Wildermanu.... (
hhds tobacco to E U Wilson A Mills. .1 do Beadles
Wool Aco..100 bbls potatoes M Dowling—200 bbls
pork W H Matthews A Bro ..43 haies cotton to Leh
man, Abraham Aco—17 do Claiborne Aco—rb do S £
Newman Aco—58 T H A J M Alleu Aco..41 Richard
son A May—73 Clapp Bros Aco—15 Jno I Noble—33
J L Harris Aco.. 134 Pritchard Hick bam Aco____188
Meyer, Weis Aco—3 J A C G Williams-—11 H Allison
Aco—5 M M Greenwood Aco..3 C L Walmsley Aco
7 W E Hall —6 Buckner Aco. 19 Vaiden, Hawkins
co—2 J W Burbridge Aco—1 S Gumbel Aco.. I Alcus.
Scberck A Autey ....20 Preatidge, Graham Aco--li
Meyer, Weis Aco—I Hirsch, Adler Aco—and sundries
to order—Total. 789 bales cotton 39 hhds tobacco
BAYOU LAFUURCHK..Per Bteamer AssumD
tion —26 hhds sngar 23 bbls molasses to P Lanaux
I (XI do J W Burbridge Aco —2 do 46 hbds sugar R Bel
tran—20 do Conger A Kelley —J do Chism À Boyd
bbls molasses Bush A Levert —25 do 8 hhds sugar
F Hickman—16 do 33 bbls molasses Richard Mill ken
8 hhds sugar E Nicaud--9 do 6 bbls molasses E M
Scott . .6 do S Delgado Aco— 1 bbds sugar J Segaasie
10 do Schmidt A Ziegler.. 43 do 5 bbls molasses J
Levois A Jamison —6 bales cotton V U Bernard—3 do
I* Lanaux—3 sacks cotton seed 4 bales moss L Surlc
Aco—and sundries to order—Total, u bales cotton 206
hhds sugar 207 bbls molasses
WASHINGTON—Per steamer Fleta—122 bales
cotton to Pay ne, Kennedy Aco..63 J W Burbridge
co—62 J M Sandidge Aco—27 S Guoibel Aco —20 Me
Gebee. Snowden A Violett —18 Lebmai . Abialn.nl A
co—19 BenGerson—17 T M Simmons— Il P Casse— 14
Richard Flow er Aco—9 Nolle A Cammack —8 Allen
West Aco —8 Norwood A Richards. .7 McStea A Va
lue —6 J M Dowling—4 Belaud A Libert—4 W E Le
verich..4 Jno Gnade A Sons...'2 H A C Newman—•
Baldwin Aco—2 S Barrett—2 W B Clark—2 Stafford
Aco—1 A Tei trou— 1 R I Buckner A Bro—1 I Bloom
Aco—1 Clapp Bros Aco—1 Schmidt A Ziegler—157i
sacks seed cotton N O Cotton Seed Association____71
sacks rough rice Mai ade A Lacasaagne. .15 hhds su
gar 30 bbls molasses Buisey Aco. .4. do Ben Gerson
• hhds sugar J W Burbridge Aco—25 hides P Casse —
3 bags wool Manade A Lacassagno. 1 bdl bi -es Udell
A Wright—and sundries to order..Total. 438 bales of
cotton 1570 sack s cotton seed 78 sacks rough rice 18
hhds sogar 71 bbls muUssee
L
A roÀdÏ F ibrom v" 1-13 hhds s7ga7 LeS^TierA^Bin
ml der _ 2 ., uo i 6 bids rice 5 qr bales moss F P Sevin..4
Bt Kalirwads.
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TSXAB KA 11 .
U
I UU1 BUkttl A UU1 UlUJKBaUB DUHfln» Otw AT UttiCS UJblUU
| Berau J & G ibert-27 do 1 bbl rice A Tertrou -1 bbl
bbls sugar 4 hhds sogar F O Minor. .3 do 85 bbls mo
lasses 1 half bbl do 1 bale coitou Robert Hare—25 bbls
molasses 21 hhds sugar Jno I Adams Aco..29 do
bales cotton Bush A Levert.. 11 do 10 hhds sugar to
McGebee, Snowden A Violett. .5 do Alcus, Scherck A
Autey. .15 do Brierre A Wogan ..8 do J O'Rourke—1
bbl sugar 1 bbl molasses Bussey Aco 14 bales cotton
A
A
F
Rykoski —2 do 2 bbls gr
rebonne.. 2 aacks seed cotton ALChoppin—15 bbl
rice Jos Ay cock. .1 ha f bbl molasses A Socola.. 1 bbl
do 1 bbl sugar W B Cragm. .20 sacks rongb rice to L
Surle Aco..Total. 107 bales cotton 2 sacks seed cotton
131 hhds sugar 6 bbls sugar 113 bbls molasses 3 half
bbls do 32 bbls rice cU sacks rough rice
Cargo per steamship Whitney, from Galveston —
F | 7 pkgs pecaes to C A Whitney Aco. .1 6 bales cotton
f RT Buckner A Bro..96 do Kirkpatrick A Keith -49
- - ---- —- .....
do Jno T Hardie aco.. 14 do J W Burbridge Aco—12
do G W SenteU Aco—6 do H Allison Aco—93 head of
cattle C Mehle Aco—Total, 313 bales outton
NEW ORLEANS. ST LOUIS A.JXU dHU A* O
RAILROAD OOMPANY-Januarv 31—481 ba'es of
cotton to Richardson A May—107 do Jno T Hardie A
co.,78 do T L Airey Aco—75 Payne, Kennedy Aco
59 Lehman. Abraham Aco—56 T H A J M Alien Aco
52 Meyer. Weis Aco—44 Pritchard. Bickbain Aoo—30
Chaffe, Hamilton A Powell.. 5 Alcus, Scherck A An
tey 24 Buruet Aco—21 Vaiden. Hawkins Aco—17 to
Britton, Moore AColeman. ..15 Stewart Bros Aco..11
Jno Challe A Sons.. 10 JAG Cromwell—9 J L Har
ris Aco—7 Torian A A Dancy..7 Preatidge, G'aham
Aco. .5 M M Grenwooed Aco—3 H Allison Aco—3 t
S H Newman Aco..2 S Henderson—2 S Fried Ian det
2 Peet, Yale A Bowing.. 1 Warren. Alkmsnn Aco—1
Hartwell A Chambers..1 R T Buckner A Bro— to
Howcott A Gordin—1 Jno i'be.ps Aco..Total, 1152
balesjcotton
Feornaryl..5 boxes eggs to Miller A Meyer. .40
bbls apples Stephen A Stork..5 boxes mdse Wbee
lock. Finlay Aco—15 bbls bighwines U Maiinoni—122
sacks oats W H Mattnews A Bro..50 bbls highaines
Bebau, Thorn Aco—240 sacks malt Glover A Oden
dahl.. 100 cases milk Flashpoller A Nelson—10 ) do to
Burke A Th mpson— 5 to Smith Bros Aco— 5 R F
Theurer. .50 do 17 bbls whisky Queyrouze A Bois —9
hhds tobacco Torian A Dancy—2 do Gunther A Ste
venson— 2 N D Wetmore. .3 to Jno E King Aco—6 do
E H Wilson A Mills—15 bbls whisky Varier A B—50
boxes cheese 4 tirkins butter C H Lawrence Aco..25
hud Clark A Meader—10 flrkius buyer to E
F DelBondio..7 bbls whisky Schwabacher, Frowen
f«ld A Pfeifer. .42 plows B J West, .lot hardware to
Multan A Holloway..10 boxes cheese N A Wilcox..
14 boxes mdse I L Lyons—4 sacks lice C H Allen..
15 eases mdse E J Hart Aco—and rflindnes to Older
..Total, 22 hhds tobacco
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
Febuary 1..50 balea cotton to order—32 Jno T Har
die Aco—15 Prichard, Biekham Aco—15 S B Steers
12 Lehman, Abiabatu Aco—3 Hartwell A Chambers—
5 Allen, YVest Aco..3 Busse* Aoo—2 Kirkpatrick ft
Keith—1 Chafle, Hamilton A Powell—137 pkgs tobac
co S Hernsheim A Bro. .3 do Wackerbartb A Joseph
1U boxes suufl Hartwell A Chambers—1 bbl oil A K
Finlay —10 bbls whisky Lochte A Corses.. 13 do 10
half bbls do Rareshide A Maes—12 bdls haines M W
Smith—1 bdl mdse Closterman A Bayle —I box do W
Donsscan—2 boxes stationery Hy St J ohu— 8 boxes
snuff S Hernsheim A Bro..34 boxes soap Bercier A
DeSmet—1 cask cas ings S anti r, Macready Aoo..34
pkgs liai in ss H H Hansell. .161 sacks peas Newman
* Kent..4 casks ca.-tings A Ber ei—1 car turke.is W
P Philips—3 half bins beef to J B Solari A Sons..8
hhds tobacco Jno E King Aco—20 cases mdse C Bal
lejo..8 bbls whisky 4 pipes do G Secbgman Aco—50
bbls whisky to order. .7 do J E Patters n -7 do J B
Solari A Sous-.l bale domestic McStea A Value--4
cases mdse peet, Yale A Bowling—1 do Green A U—
do K F W Bachman—2 do L M Bridges—1 do R
Frotacher-1 do A Dousseau—1 case hardware J S
AitkinsASon—3 bbls corn E F Virgin—1 box seed
11 Hallher—t box hardware Kursheedt A Bienveuu—
2 pkgs mdse N D McDonald—10 bdls collars H H
Hansell— 11 boxes soup Bercier A DeSmet. .2 bbls of
wbiskv Rareshide A Maes—39 hexes enufl' S flern
sheiin A Bro .2 casks castings Stautfer, Mac-ready A
co 3 nu s wire T Paderas—1 box mdse P L Cusachs
1 do A Belial—19 head cattle II Mitchell—2 cases of
domestic A Harris A Bro—4 bales do W H Letcliford
Aco.-l do Ü H Holmes Aoo—3 bbls eggs to O ell A
Wright—1 hale mdse 2 cotton gins J IS Wo fe Aco..
21 lioxes eggs Wang A Cottaui.. ..6 do Gross A Wil
liams—4 bdls trees T C M Reynolds—1 do G Wilson
5 pkgs mdse B Lacoste . half bbls molasses Ë W
Rodd Bro A Son—and sundries to order---Total, 138
bales cotton 8 hhds tobacco
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAK..
February 1—6 bhds sugar 4 bbls molasses Lanaux A
Sons—13 co K Beltran—20 hbds sugar F'Brugier..
Total. 24 hhds sugar 17 bbls molasses
ascrlPTH at thk sis hash*
Springfield—Per schooner Cora.. 14 bales cotton
50 pk%s mdse to order
Tickfaw. .Perschooner Surprise..7 bales moss 14
cords wood to master
Pearl river—Pe schooner Alice McGuigen—35,000
feet lumber to order
Pass Christian—Per schooner Transit—16 cords of
wood to master
Tchefuncta river—Per schooner Louisiana State
28, 000 bricks to order
Biloxi..Per schooner Gannett..600 bbls charcoal
to master
Hansboro—Per schooner Falster —35.000 feel ot
lumber to O Stuber
Biloxi—Per schooner J J Cowart. 7 bales cotton
130 doz eggs 1 coop poultry 10,000 feet lumoer to or
der
Bonfouca—Per schooner Louisiana State—35,000
bricks to order
Pearl river—Per steamer Gipsey—10 cords wood to
master
Pearl ri-er—Fer steamer Martine —25,000 feet of
lumber to order
at
AT ns out
Procterv ille—Per schooner Lake Flower—Sundries
• order
Tchefuncta river—Per schooner Susanna—1200
bbls charooal to master
LIST OF VESSELS
Dfi Clsarri Md Hailed far Raw Oriaaaa,
nw tou.
Steamsbip Knickerbocker, Kemble........Id Jan 29
Steamship Brashear, Forbes...............sld Jan 29
Schooner Calvin P Harris, Benton...... cld Jan 1
Schooner Margaret Lncy.Wicds...........cld Jan 8
BOSTON
Schooner Diisey E Parkhurst, Hooper____cld Jan 10
Schooner W S Shepard, Reeves............cld Jan 14
PORTLAND, MB
Schooner Maud, Robinson ....... ...... ...eld Dec
LIVERPOOL.
Steimshiß Prince Edward Fraser........ sld Jan 8
Ship Hampton Court, Volk...............sld Jan
Jhip Union, Greenleat....................sld Jan 8
Ship M J K Bur*hell....... sld Dec 29
Ship Evangeline Manson .................sld Jan
Suip Prince Rudolph. YVishart............sld Jan
Ship Emma Paysaut, Dexter.............sld Dec 30
Ship Montebello, Ke ly..................sld Dec
Ship Agnes, Foes........................sld Dec 21
Ship Alb rline. Brown..................sld Dec 17
Ship Viola, Smith .......................eld Dec 18
Ship Revolting Light, Coonan...........sld Dec 9
Ship Gaiinean. Corkhil)..................sld Deo 8
Ship KingCerdio, Shields................aid Dec 29
Ship Lake Ontario Gilmore..............sld Jan 22
Ship Thurndean, Harvey.................sld Jan 11
Ship St Patrick. Stirrat..................s'd Jan 11
Bara Fleetwing, Smith....................sld Jan 11
Bark Lino. Bu-sanich.......... sld Jan 11
Bark Erato, Thies...................... sld Jan 8
Bark Marie, Lofold......................cld Jan 5
Bark Neptune. Vandal...................tla Nov 30
Bark Frigs. Welsh.........................sld Jan 3
Bark John Lorway, Lorway..............aid Dec
LONDON
Ship Formica, Abrahamsen.................cld Jan 5
Ship Heimon, Minot....................g.d D- c
Ship Ssmarang, Davidson................sld Dec
hip Victory, Watson ......_____________sld Dec
Ship Ad van ■« ........................... .sld Dec
Bark Henrietta, Holby....................cld Dec
PLYMOUTH.
Bark Bertha Pote.........................sld Dec 28 I
I
BRISTOL, KNO
Ship Amicitia, Feisner....................sld Dec 31
Bark J 1* Berg, Neilsen...................sld Jan 2 I
Bark August Lo tiler, Olsen..............eld Jan 7
Bark Arno, Tugnian......................sld Dec 5
Baik Albion, Larsen .....................sld Dec 5 |
SHIELDS
Ship Mexican, Baxter.....................sld Dec 8 I
Ship Hakneman, Thomson................sld Dec 10 |
HULL.
Ship Bacehns............................sld Jan 5
Baik Wettoihom, Wyman..............-sld Nov 24
BARROW, ENG.
Ship S M Smith, Sprague................sld Dec 10
HAVRE.
Ship Marv E Riggs, Langdon............sld Jan 5 I
Ship John L Dimmock Miller____...... .»Id Jan 5
Ship Acadia, Cousin.....................cld Jan 5
Bark Protector, Gunderson..............sld Nov 24 [
Bark Yarmouth. Raymond...............sld Dec
Ship Vigilate, Fulton....................sld Jan 16
Ship Expounder, Crocker.................sld Jan 2
Ship Almira Robinson, Tarbox............sld Jan 23
Barkentine Gem, Moiemau................eld Jan 23
Bark Reine des Anges, Le Cuayer ........cld Dec 30
BOHDEAUi.
Bark PA Manch. Rerentsen..............sld Jan 6
Bark Arno, Ostorman....................sld Deo 9
Bark Baltic, Salvengen.... ...............sld Dec
Bark Atlanta. Davis......................sld Nov
Bark Hono& Mareglia.....................sid Dec 30
VIENNA.
Bark Rosa................................sld Dec
NRKMKN.
Ship John Rutherford, O'Neil............sld Dec 30
Bark Dronning Sophie, Pedersen........sld Nov 23
Bark B. Hilton. Hilton...................sld Jan 4
Bark Tilde, Bereich ......................sld Deo
Bark Harzburg, Hasbagen................sld Jan 8
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CARDIFF, WALES.
Ship Marian Thompson..................sld Nov
LAMLABH.
Bark Viola, Smith........................sld Jan
Bark Alb rtiue. Brown....................sld Jan
ANTWERP.
Bark Champion. Kellam................sld Nov
DEAL.
Bark M. S. Petersin, Rostrup ............sld Dec
GLOUCESTER.
Bark France et La Plata, Legre ix........sld Dec
GLASGOW.
ShipGaspe, Thompson....................sld Jan
Ship Souverain, Wilhelms* n..............aid Nov
GALWAY.
Ship Anna Camp Gardner..............sld Nov
Ship Charlotte. Wheaton.................cld Dec 14
Ship Bo i via Murphy....................cld Dec 14
LONDONDERRY.
Bark Amal, Lonoe......................sld Nov 13
GREAT YARMOUTH.
Bark Wetterhorn, Wyman................sld Dec 29
DUBLIN.
Bark Prudentia..........................sld Nov 10
Bark Tills, F'rederick.....................sld Deo 3
i'ENARTH,
Steamship Wimbledon. Watson..........sld Jan
CLTDB.
Ship Jasper, Thomson....................sld Jan
BELFAST.
Bark Araldo, Towaboebia................cld Dec
HARTLEPOOL.
Bark Samson, Capone ...................sld Nov 7
Ship B £ join sen, Neilsen..................aid Dec 30
1P8V1CH.
Bark Holtingen, Evensen .................sld Deo 18
PALERMO
Brig Cinque Sorelle, Messina.............sld Dec 13
GENOA.
Bark Dominico Lanata...................sld Jan 7
Bark Asie, Stromberg .....................cld Deo 29
ttio 1>E JANEIRO.
Brig Helios, Lind..........................cld Deo 7
TRIESTE.
Bark P Bredsdorff. Terkels- u .........-..sld Deo 20
SifcAMSHlPS.
"bostonT
FOR BOSTON.
To Sail on WEDNESDAY, February 2.
The new first-class iron steamship
Peltsvllle,
Winnctts, commander,
will sail as above from her wharf, opposite Jackson
Squat e. For freight apply to
WILLIAM CREEVY, Agent,
ja 23 49 Carondelet street.
14EV» Y ORR.
THE CROMWELL LINK.
rnvf skw YORK DIRECT.
To sail on THURSDAY, F'ebruary 3, at 8 A. M.
a ai* une !• composed of th« following
Steama-.ipa:
SNICKE RBQOKEB, HUDSON,
•-OKTK3.
NSW ORLEANS.
The steamship
Cortes.
H. R. Freeman.commander;
rill leave net whan, rco. of Toulouse street.
fv«»-..............................|f 0.
INSURANCE ON CARGO BY THIS LINE
THREE-QUARTERS PER CENT.
Freigin tui- u.vuipuoj, niouui* anu Havre taken
hy this line, and through bill« of lading given for
the same.
For freight or paaaaga apply to
ALFRED MOULTON,
■14-T4 ly 41 Carondelet «treat.
FOR FERA CRUZ.
LAKPIOO, rCXPAS, OAMPEACHY, PROGRE
SO. HAVANA AND NEW YORK.
'3SW YORK, HAVANA AND MEXICAN
STEAMSHIP LINK.
This Liu« la oou posed of the steamships
City of Jleaico............Capt. W. B. Sherwood.
City sf Hurte». .............Capt. J. W. Reynolds
City ef HovRoa...............Cap*. 8. F. PulHlpe
The steamship
City of Havana,
S. F. Phiilios, commander,
vtll reave h«r iroart f *>t ol Calliope streut, «Irrt
.'tatriet. on SUNDAY, F'ebruary 13, 1876, al e A. M.
aeaags to V sr* Crur, tbu go.il.
F. ALEXANDRE * SONS,
No. 33 Broadway, New York.
For freight o: fate*, e, apply to
4. V. WITHERSPOON, Agent,
No. 60 C- <vti l«lo* street.
Th-City of Merida will follow SUNDAY March
1876.
o4 ly
Notice of Sale.
■yyiLL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION IN
the city of PENSACOLA, Fla., commencing on
.MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 1876,
at 11 o'clock A. M., the entre stock and fixtures of
Messrs. WHITING A HARGIS, consisting chiefly |
of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, SHELVING,
COUNTERS, SODA FOUNTAINS and articles |
usually used in first class drug stores.
ja29 3V KNOWLES A YON'GE, Assignees.
STEAMBOATS.
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JITWAMJISL.
FOR ST. LOI71N, CAIRO,
MKMPUIS AND THE BENDS.
The fine steamer
. „ „ JOHN A. SCUDDER,
A. J. Carter, master, Chas. H. Dix, clerk,
Leaves WEDNESDAY. Feb. 2. at 5 P, M.
CITY OF QUINCY,
W. Barke, roaster, Lon Bryson, clerk.
Leaves SATURDAY. Febiuary 5. at 5 P. M.
1 hrough bills lading via Cairo and Belmont to all
points North and YVest.
_J- B. YY'OODS A CO., 104 Common st.
LAFOURCHE.
I REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCnE AND COAST
SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The flne passenger steamer
St. John,
_E- Bergeron, master. J. C. Bergeron, clerk,
ever >' Saturday at 5 p. m.
and WEDNESDAY at 12 M.. returning down the
Coast m daylight, on FRIDAY and MONDAY
For freight passage apply on board, or to
o26 tf E. O. MELANOON, 30 Conti al
REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST
SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The new passenger steamer
Aseumptiov,
Joe Dal feres, master, N. Z. Dupuis, clerk.
Leaves New Orleaaa every Tues*
DAY at 5 P. M. and SATURDAY at 12
M., returning down the Coast in dav
HehG answering all hails, on FRIDAY and MON
F'or freight or passage apply on board or to
o26 tf
B. RI\
P. A. CHARLET,
9 Conti street.
CHANGE OF DAY.
REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE PACKET.
The New riteamer
Rebert Young,
U. D. Terrebonne, captain,
J. M. Daniel and Frank Dalferea. clerks
will have New Orleans hereafter MONDAY and
RHUESDAY at 5 P. M Returning, leaves Thibo
daux every WEDNESKAY and SATURDAY at
28 I ^-* extending the Thursday trips as far as Lock
I p r rt. *
F'or freight or passage apply on board, or te
HITE A CARLIN, Agents,
3 Tchoupitoulas street.
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REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE ANB
COAST SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET
Henry Tere,
J. F. Aucoin, master, M. H. Landry, «lark.
Leaves New Orleans every MONDAY at 5 P. M. and
FRTDAY at 10 A. M.. returning down the Coast in
daylight every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY. For
freight or passage apply on board or to
a25 ly
B. RIVET. > „ - .__.
P. A. CHARLET, J 9 tJonB * treet -
OUACHITA RIVER.
I NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA TRANSPOR
TATION COMPANY.
FOR CAMDEN DIRECT.
Leaves WEDNESDAY, Feb. 2, at 5 P. M.
E For • amdrn, Eldorado, Oaachlta
City, Morehouse Point, Trenton, Monroe,
and all landings on Bayon Bartholomew,
Ouachita and Black Rivers—The new light-draught
steamer
Kate Klaaey,
J. B. Kinney, master, Andrew C ark, oletk,
will leave as above, positively. For freight or paa
age apply on board, or to
F. A. BLANKS, President,
2 Canal, corner of Delta.
HITE A CARLIN, BRITTON A EPPLER,
LORD A McPEAKE, ADAMS A WORK, fel
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NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Regu ar Ouachita River Weekly Packet.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M.
, Far Ouachita City, IMoaroe, Tren
ton, and all landings on Black and
"Ouachita rivers—The steamer
Ouachita Belle,
•T. W. Blanks, master, Joe Holme», clerk,
will leave as above, making connections witn all boats
for the tributaries.
Capt. F. A. BLANKS. President,
HITE Si CARLIN, BRITTON & EPPLER, 1 . .
ADAMS & WORK, LORD & McPEAKE, J A K tB -
P. S —The Ouachita Belle conies down the Coast
every Monday ia uaylight. Will attend to all busi
ness offered to her. jail tf
REGULAR WEEKLY INDEPENDENT PACKE1
Leaves every SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.
For Treaten, riouroe, Columbia,
•Harrisonburg, Trinity, and all interme
•diate landings on B'ack and Ouachita
rivers—The splendid passenger steamer
lifaaie Taylor,
M. Kenison, master, J. C Baker, clerk,
Leaves regularly as above. For freight or paeuage
appt> on board, or to
DOUGLAS A WTNBURN,
)a29 35 Natchez street
BOEUF RIVER.
REGULAR BŒUF RIVER PACKET.
Leaves on SATURDAY, F'ebruary 5, at 5 P. M.
Fer Point Jefferson, Girard, Alte,
Red Mouth, Gum Point, and all landings
on Bœuf and Black rivers—The steamer
Ara Ne. iO,
Tom L. Taylor, master. J. P. Mohr, clerk,
will leave as above. F'or ireight or passage apply on
board or to LORD A McPEAKE.
F2 46 Camp street.
SHIPS.
LIVERPOOL*
For Liverpool—The new 3 3 11 British
kbaik LAURA EMILY, Johnson, master is
-now lotding for the ahsve port, and having a
I portion of her carg, engaged and going on board,
will have dispatch. F'or balance of freight apply to
DeWOLF, POWELL A CO..
ja28 tc 44 Carondelet street.
For Liverpool—The A 1 fast-sailing Brit
ish ship SALLY, Atkin, master,, is now load
-lsg for the above port, and having a large por
tion of her cargo engaged and goi- g on board, will
have dispatch. For balance of freight, apply to
DeWOLF', POWELL A CO.,
44 Carondelet street,
Or J. A. BRYSON A CO.,
ja9 tc 194 Common street.
Fer Liverpool—The new Al British «hip
WM. DOUGLASS, Douglass, master, is now
loading for the above port, and having the
greater portion of her cargo engaged and going on
board, will bave quick dispatch For balance of
freight apply to SHULTZ A CO.,
js7 21 Carondelet street.
Fer Liverpool — The Al British ship
ANDREW LOV1TT, Durkee, master, is now
loading for the above p .rt, and having the
I greater portion of her cargo engaged and going on
board, will have quick dispatch. For balance of
freight apply to
HAYNES A CO.,
22 Carondelet street,
or to RARESHIDE A IVES,
d21 171 Gravier street.
FOR HAVRE.
Fer Havre —The 3 3 L 1 1 fast sailing iron
.clipper French l>ark RHONE, F'ieury, master,
■ia now loading for the above port, and having
a large portion ot her cargo engaged and going on
board, wilt have dispatch. For balance of freight
app.y to DkWULF, POWELL A CO.,
jal3 tc 44 Caroxdelet street.
ANTWERP.
For Antwerp—The new AI Norwegian
Bark OCEAN, Sorensan, master, is now loading
.for the above port, and having the greater pait
of her cargo engaged, and going on lxiard will have
quick dispatch. For balance of freight apply to
SHULTZ Sc CO.,
ja7 21 Carondelet street.
FOR BREMEN.
Far Rremea — The Al Norwegian ship
TKOS, Brag, master, is now loading for tho
aoove port, and having the greater portion of
her cargo engaged and go'ng on board, will have
quick dispatch. F'or balance of freight apply to
SHULTZ Si CO.,
ial4 tc 21 Carondelet street.
t^OARDS 1876 CITY DIRECTORY IS NOW ON
SALE AT ALL THE PRINCIPAL STATIONERS,
AND BY THE PUBLISHERS,
L. SOAJKDS & CO.,
of
ja30 5t
Commercial Place.
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; EED OATS—SEED OATS—SEED OATS—
2000 bushels choice Red Rust Proof SE ED OATS.
2000 iimdiels choice Black SEED OATS.
1500 bushels choice White SEED OATS.
2500 bales choice EaaLrn HAY.
F'or sale in tot to suit purchasers bv
JOHN CALDER,
97 Peters street (late New Levee).
ja23 lw earner of Lafayette.

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NEW ORLE A N S AND »m RTVER TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY.
Steam «re
M A RI A LOUKK, mia T.A mtt.m
11T -
COL. A. P. KOUN8.
Fer Shreveport, Jeffenen, Upper
Red River, Minden, Cetuhatte, Grand
Reore, Alexandria and all way and plantation load.
Inga—Leaving New Orleans a« follow«:
F'OR JEFFERSON.
COL. A. F. KO CNN............Capt. M. H. Kouns
Leaves WEDNESDAY, February 2. at 5 P M
FOR CANE RIVER AND BAYOU PIERRE -
CA It K IB A. THORN .........Capt. Charles Thorn
Leaves WEDNESDAY. F'ebruaiy 2, at5P. M.
FOR MINDEN.
BILLS ROWLAND............Capt G. W. Rea
Leaves WEDNESDAY. Feb. 2, at 5 P. M.
Saturday'a boat will go through to Jefferson.
No wharf boat charges will be made on freight
con signe d to the company at the mouth of Red River
Forwarding freight consigned to the company at
New Orleans will be handled free of drayage and
commissions.
For freight or passage apply on board of boats, ot
at the office of the oompany, ill Gravier, betweea
Magazine and Camp street«.
JOS. A. AIKEN, President
M. W. JOYCE, Agent.
Or to
LORD A McPEAKE. BRTTTON A EPPLER,
HITE A CARLIN. let '75 lv
(IPILOC8AR.
INDEPENDENT OPELOUSAS WEEKLY
PACKET.
Fer Washington, Fort Barry,
Atchafalaya, Simmsport, Big Bend Land
ing, Old River and all intermediate
point«—The light draught passenger suamer
Ht. Alary,
F. Probst master. J B. Schmidt, clerk.
Leaves WEDNESDAY, Feb. 2. at 5 P. M.
For freight or passage apply ou board or to
HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tchonpiionlas st.
Through bills of lading to Bayou Bœuf and Des
Glaizes. dl8
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves TUESDAY, Fob. 1, at 5 P. M.
Fer Washington. Port Karre,
Simmsport, Chnrehviiie all landings ca
the Coast, Atchafalava River and Bayon
Courtabloau—The new and light-draught passenger
steamer
Bertha,
H. H Broad, master, . Theo. Jobin, clerk.
Connects at Simmsport with steamer MINNIE for
Bayou des Glaizes. giving through bills lading. For
freight or pessago apply on board, or to
olO tf BRITTON A EPPLER. 106 Common at
Through bills of lading to Bayon Bœuf,
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves SATURDAY, Feb. 5, at 5 P. M.
For Washington, Pert Barre,
Simmsport, Chnrehviiie* and all Inter
mediate landing« on tho Coast, Atcha
falaya River and Bayon Corn-tableau—The new and
light-draught paseenger steamer
Trenton,
W. Burton master, Capt. Rug. Quatrevaux. clerk.
All freight for Bayou dee Glaizes will be landed at
Simmsport or Big Bend Lan- ing.
säfl tf J. M. DOWLING as Drcatur street.
OPELOUSAS AND COAST.
Loaves WEDNESDAY, F'tb. 2 at 5 P. M.
Fer Washington, Upelenaas, Pert
Barre, Simmsport Chuicnviiie and ait
landing* en the Coast Atchafalaya Bivw
and Bayou Courtablean—The
Fleta,
C. C. Pickett, maeter, A. Meynier, Sr., ol» k,
will leave a« above All freight and passengers
for Bayon do« Glaizes te bo landed at Simmsport or
Big Bend Landing. Through bills lading to Bayou
Bœuf. For freight or ^as*age apply on beard or to
n26tf
LORD Al
i Camp street.
BAY'OU DEN GLAIXKN.
FOR BAYOU DES GLAIZEK
Leaves on F'KIDAY. Feb. 4, at 5 P. M.
" I For Evergreen, Cotton Port,
Junction, M-reauville, Big Bend, Simms
port and all intermediate landings—The
light-draught passenger steamer
Garry Owen,
M. M. Dufour, master, A. P. Trousdale, clerk,
will leave as above
F'or f * eight or passage apply on board, or to W
j»13 if _BRITTON A EPPLER. Agents.
BAYOU HARA.
Fer Bayon Hara, Waterloo,
Hermitage, Port Hudeon, Baton Rons*,
Plaquomlne, and way landings — T»l
United State« mail semi-weekly packet.
Gov. Allen.
(Ia place of W. S. Pike.)
J. J. Brown, master, S. S. Streck, clerk,
tree every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 P. M_
for Bayou Sara. For frei vb t ©r passage apply to
HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tohoupitoulae st,
®-_> - C. GODDIN. 8» Magazine street.
LOWER COAST.
NEW ORLEANS AND LOWER COAST PACKET.
The tine passenger steamer
Wahlen,
Alfred J. Ruiz, master; P E Barry, clerk,
will leave every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 10
o'elock, sharp, for Jesui'e' Bend, Belair, Pointo-ala
Hacbe, Baras, Forts, and all way landings; return
ing WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. For freight
or passage apply on board.
The clerk u to be foon
Conti street.
found every day at the head of
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SUMMER AND WINTER LOWER COAST
PACKET
Leaves every TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 12 M.
and SATURDAY at 4 P. M.
I For Radsport, Honthweat Paso,
Jump, F'urts, Buras, l'ointe-a-la- Hache,
and all way landings—The new low pres
sure steamer
Martha,
W. S. Bassett, master,
leave« as above, returning every MONDAY furenoon
and WEDNESDAY and F'KIDAY evenings.
Will <*o to Kadaport and Southwest Pass on SAT
URDAY. thus giving Excursionists a flne opportu
nity of seeing tue Jetties and Coast in daylight on
Sundays.
Excursion tickets for sale at reduced rates.
F'or freight or pasnage apply on board, or at the
office. No. 131 Common street.
Freight for Port Eads or Jump must be paid by
shippers. „jkj
NEW ORLEANS AND LOWER COAST SEMI
WEEKLY PACKET.
The line passenger steamer
Geo. Spaa*rer.
Jas. T. O Pry. mas er, J, C. Tremoulet, clerk,
will leave every MONDAY and THURSDAY at It
A. M. sharp, for Jesuits' Bend, Belair. Pointe-a-la
Hache and all wa* landings to Happy Jack Planta
tion returning TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
For freight or passage apply on hoard.
The clerk is to be found every dav at the head ot
Conti sireet.
No debt- contracted by any one exoept J. T. O'Pry
will be pa id. d 19 tf
PORT EADS AND LOWER COAST Matt.
PACKET
Leaves every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRI
DAY, at 10 A. M. »harp,
For Pert Ends, Fert Nr. Philip,
Quarantine Station, Buras, Pointo-a-la
Hache, and all way landings—The fine
Waweaock,
John Taylor, master.
steamer
will leave as above, returning TUESDAYS, WED
SATUKDAYS. For freight or pas
sage, apply on board.
NES DAYS and
Will goto Pilot Town on FRIDAYS.
dll tf
Lewer Ceaet Bally Paeeeagei
Packet—The new, safe and that ptl
•enger packet
Oriole,
M. Carrick, master, John Estopinal, clerk,
Leaves daily at 10 o'clock A. M. (sharp) from foci
of St. Louis street for Live Oak Grove Plantaboi,
returning to the city in the evening.
Apply to JOHN KOUffs,
Canal Stieet Ferry Offio*.
P. 8.—Has a clerk on the lavee during tbs dav.
No debts oontractod by any on« except J. T. (j'Pn
owner, will be paid.
mv9 in*
G
EO. C. OLIVER
M.XNCFACTL'KEK OF AND DEALEK IN
ROUGH AND DRESSED
YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS
LUMBER.
Removed from Ne. S New Basta ta
308 Rampart El treat,
HEAD OF NEW BASIN, NEW ORLEANS.
ja4 Ira
GERiEIS,
18
GUN MAKER.
COMMERCLVL ALLEY,
New Orleans.
Target Rifles Made to Order. Muzzle-Loaders
Changed to Breech-Loaders, and Repaiiihg Done
Neatly. ja 16
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jnraAMBOATS.
Steamboat and Kailroati Agency.
UNDERSIGNED, ■ AGENT FOR THE
A- Memphis and Ohio River Lins of Packets, ia
prepared to give through bills of lading ia conuectlcoi
with the boat« of the above-tr.enlioned Lines aver tna
rouowiag Railroads; Little Rock and line Bluff
{**^5'* •"*. 0 "* c ^ i t« Railroad from Clnoot City
Iron Mountain Railroad from Belmont, Mo., Cinoik
"V' • Dayton and Little Miama Railroads
ana al l the ir connections from Cincinnati For all
«d „through rot. * apply to
Mtt C. G. WAYNE, 106 Gravier reel.
_WH MBMPHIH AND BfcNDH.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET.
_ _ -For tho seaaon of 1875-7«
Leaves WEDNESDAT. February 9, at 5 P. M.
I -flTSr JlympHlw, Helena, Mouth af
jygffmfef White Rwer, < bicot, Greenville, Vicks
—»burgand the Bende-The splendid
Thompson Dean.
W B. Miller, master, Geo. Miltenberger, clerk
^•"«Particular attention t*
ï By ^" d fil*« lotion business. Shippers may rely
TT,£ni^i"*5'ï U '!. UK l " ^ trade th - «»t'«* seasoi
Through bills of lading to all points on the Ouachita
Railroad from Chicot City, and to all
p0 i nto 2", A Y l, ito River as high as Jacksonport.
For freight or passage appl* on board, or to
,, C. G. WAYNE, 106 Gravier street.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET
Leaves on FRIDA Y. Fob. 11, at 5 P. M.
*'.®™phls, Helena. Mouth of
White River, Chicot, Greenville, Vicko
„„ . Natchez and the Bends — Tho
new and magiuficen* steamer
T t xcTamt J . ,k " "• Monde.
will brève as above. ^Particular attention grirèn' t&ll
way and plantation business *
cÂÏ 01 U,U "« 8i « n *" 1 to "» p»*»*«
BROCKETT & CARTER, Agents,
38 Magazine street.
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REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET*
For Memphis, Helena. Month ot
Whifo River, Chicot, Greenville, Yioka
. re b " r,! ' Natchez and tho beuds -Tim new
and magnificent steamers 0
T _ _ . Mary Bell,
J. F. Hicks, maeter, Alf. Grissom, clerk.
Leaves FRIDAY. February 4, at 5 P. M.
will leave as above. Particular attention given te
all way and plantation business.
ootBaUroadîP** *"' U " S »'gned to all points on ChW
re BROCKETT A CARTER, Agents*
113 ™ _ 38 Magazine street.
OHIO RIVER.
REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, February 2 , at 5 P M
. IO a. Cincinnati, Louisville, Evan».
JMKEu'y. Henderson Shawneetown, Padu
■ , ,,,, *'■ „* ro Memphis ami all intermediate
pointe— The pa s se nger steamer
. - _.. . , 6s den Role,
O. P. Shinkle, master, Wm. R. Shaw clerk.
» bolSd V or*îo^ OV * - F0r freifiht or parma « e "PP'J
j i26 C, O, WAYNE, Agent 106 O-a vier street.
REGULAR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
Leave« en THURSDAY, Feb. 3 at 5 P. M.
1 * r Çtaetaaaa, Louisville, Kvass,
w n Shawneetown, Padu
■ . ""Cairo, Memphis and all intermediate
point«—The passenger steamer
Themas Sherlock,
wünmve a mrèb£.%~ c-.^ L- Virden, clerk.
board, or to
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■ C. F G. WAYNE P " W " ge Wy '
106 Gravier street.
PITTSBURG,
, for PITTSBURG.
Leave« on WEDNESDAY. F'eb. 2, at 5 P M
PUioberg. Wheeling, Port«.
Ï ""to. Maysville, Cine innati, Louisville,
rat™ unS 7lT?. r e ' Shawneetown, Pail uns to
pi'Uits—The splendid
_ „ Arlington,
M**- Moore, master, A. O. MrConneD elerlr
wUl leave as above. For freight or passage apply cm
C. G. WAYNE. 106 Gravier st.
board, or to
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VICKSBURG.
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATES
MAIL PACKET.
Lears* every 8ATURDA V, at 5 P. M.
For Vicksburg, Davta'u Beat,
Natchez ai d all intermediate 'p^dinr« ,
The passenger steamer
_ _ , - Nate hen,
T. P. Leathers, master, J. p. Muse, clerk,
Vicksburg with the Pansot Une tea
Yaaoo, Tdahatebie and Sunflower rivers, and a 1th
Anchor Line for Memphis Cairo and St Louis.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
, JOHN JANNEY,117 Common at
_ ff k Hki'E A CARLIN, 3 ^'chonpitonlaa at,
Fraight tekon and through bills of lading signed te
Trenton, Monroe and all stations oa the Vioksbnre
Shreveport and Texas Railroad, by *'
al4 «m Ä BB0CK * TT Agont. 38 Magazine at
ATTAKAPAH AND ATCHAFALAYA.
FOR ATTAKAPAH AND ATCHAFALAYA
WALKER LYONS'S TECHE LINE,
Far Hlminspert, Churclivllle and
. «II landing» on the Atchafalaya River,
■ BapouChene, Pattersonville, Conterville,
Franklin, C rarer ton, Jean, reito, New Iberia, F'ansm
Point, Sk Martinville, and all lamiings on Bavoa
Tochc—The light draught steamer
Ida,
T. R. Mnggah, matter, Fred, n Bnok, clerk,
leaven SATURDAY, F'eb. 5, at 5 P. M.
will leave as above, pay ing particular attention to a II
way and plantation busines-*. F'or freight or passage
api iy on board or to HITE A CARLIN, Agents,
J*« 3 3 Tchoopitoulas street.
TOWING AND WRECKING BO«T.
Harbor aod Coast Jab Boat- Tho
powerful steamer
1 Painter No. 3,
„ „ M. Ivor, master.
Has Heven No. 1 barges and is prepared to do all
kinds of towing to either the Upper or Lower Coast
on the most reasonable terms. Has every fac lity for
the rapid handling of wood bricks, cotton seed or ma
chinery; will drop coal boats at any point. Ia pro
vided with a complete diving and wrecking apparatus^
under the management of expei ionced men, and is
ready for service at a moment's notice For further
information inquire on tronrd or to
NICHOLAS THEODORE, Manager,
d23 '75 ly 51 Delta street.
VICKSBURG AND MBMPHIH.
MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG PACKET.
The bow aod elegaal »Ide-whool
pase e nger steamer
Illinois,
M. R. Cheek, master, J. W. Spears, clerk.
Leaves Vicksburg every FRIDAY at 12 M.
Passengers leaving New Orleans on Thursday er* I>
ing by rail will make tare connection«.
Parket consigning freight to care of steamer ILLI
NOIS will please enclose frill of lading to
au4 tf DUFF GREEN A CO.. Vtekebiwc.
TENSAS AND BAYOU MACON.
REGULAR TENSAS AND BAYOU MACOS
PACKET
Leaves THURSDAY. Feb 3, at 5PM.,
For Floyd. Delhi, Warsaw*
C rocke' Poin*, Cut -Off and al) landing«
on Black, Macon and Tensas rivers—Tho
steamer
W. J. Poltevrnt
Joe Walker, master, Ham Block, e'erk,
ill leave aa above positively. F'or freight or paa
sage apply oa board, or to
FITE & CARLTN, 3 Tchoupitoulas st.
N. O. DON OH UFI, 76 Gravier street.
Will remain in the Lade permanently. d 2 l tf
UPPEH COAST.
NEW ORLEANS POAtiX, KATov ROUGE ANU
LOBDELLS STORE PACKET.
Leaves every MONDA Y, at 5 P. hi., and FRIDAY
at 10 A. M
The passenger steamer
B. L. Hodge,
Jas. P. McElroy, master W. R. Greathouse,Jr., clerV
Returning every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY
EVENING.
For freight 0 passage zp^l* .oardu. to
t. O. MEL ANCON, 30 OonU sL
P. S.—Freight rates same as any boat in the trap
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THE NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER COAST
PACKET.—it. i. LINE.
For Ben Tnread's, As ton
parish—The steamer
_____ Mary Ida.
J. A. Kniz. master. F. M Sto"a clerk,
will leave New Orleans over; fCFSOA Y, THUS"
DAY and SATURDAY, at 10 .A M.. and will retirz
ev«»j Wednesday, F'.iday etui Sunday, in dajlight.
For freight 01 pàsasyr . pj'l* on heard, 0 - t 0
012 tf Vi l JcMAUI S3 Gotti t.eef.

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