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MARINE NEW S._____
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS BULLETIN, l
Friday Morning, March 24. i
Cleared Yesterday.
•British steamship Mississippi, Linda^LJor^^eH*^
Swedish ship Andrea Wilhelmina, WüJgvjst, for Re'
v ^j Lovel' & Bailey
Ship Hermon. Dillon. for Liverpool.. Norton & Bell
Norwegian bark Vestlandet, Loken. for Havre
Decan. Zerega Aco
Arrived.
Steamship Lizzie, Felsher, from Pensacola, to master
—New Basin
.Ship Caron de let. Stetson, from Liverpool Jan 20, to
master -Point
^Schooner Clara ---, from Grand Caillou, to mas
ter—id dist 7
STEAMBOATS.
Glencoe, Calhoun, from St Louis
Henry Tete. Aueoin. from Thibodaux
Mary Ida. Kuiz. from St James
uriole. Carrlck. from Lower Coast
Waloou. Itoiz. trom Lower Coast
•Gov Allen. Brown, from Bayou Sara
IY-ylooa, Burhofl, from Cincinnati. With 3 barges
Below Coming Up.
^Norwegian bark Finn, Anon., en. 46 days from Bris
tol. Eng, to master
Sailed.
Norwegian ship Premier, Brensgaard. from Ant
werp previously reported below waiting orders, Has
sailed tor Pensacola
Bxpersa.
LIVERPOOL..Per steamship Mississippi...5C00
traies cotton ft7 bhus tobacco 34 sacks seed cotton 16
bales kid skins 3 cases mdse
REVEL—Per ship Andrea Wilhelm'na—2470 bales
•«otton , ,
HAVRE—Per bark Vestlsndet.. 497 bales cotton
LIVERPOOL— l'er ship liermou—4525 bales cotton
2400 pcs staves
Impnria.
MEXICAN PORTS . Per steamship City of Mex
ico. .3o7 mats coffee 749 sacks do to Smith Bros Aco—
100 bales coffee Gordon A Gomila—-18 do E J Foretell
A Sons —16 do 4 > bales hemp M i'ayro —12 do S Fer
nandez Aco—104 do 7 I rales hats J M Witherspoon
11 boxes gum S G Voght—36 bbls sugar J B Camors..
25 Dkgs mdse Mexiasn Consul—4 ) bales hemp 5s bales
gum IS bbls honey 2 boxes sue' ie to orner
PENSACOLA—l'er steamship Lizzie—Sundries
to order
Receipts of Prndnee.
ST LOUIS—Per steamer Glencoe—131 bbls corn
meal 50 boxes shoulders 30 boxes pork Schwabacher,
Frowenfeld A Pfeifer. .,300 bbls flour H T Lawler
134 do i00 bbls ccratneal 50 sacks bran Schwabacher
A. Birscn..sl bales hay Chas Pleasants—100 bbls of
pork Jno T Moore Aco—140 do Jos West Aco. .76 bbls
onions Greve A Wildermann— 50 bbls flour to Prud
homme A Newton-100 bbls cornmeal 84 bales hay
Rogers A Mitchell—4 tierces bams John Hawkins..
oik) blrl. cornmeal 675 bbls flour or 0 sacks oats W H
Matthews A Bro—300 bbls flour Glover A Odendahl..
6 Irhds tobacco Beadles, Wood Aco.. 169 sacks malt G
Auer Aco.. 100 bbls flour to Temple S Coons Aco..50
tierces lard Burke A Thompson. . 12 boxes eggs Miller
A Meyer. .6 bbls hams J B Solari A Sons.. .00 bbls of
flour J A Staigor—40 tieeres Hams 47 boxes eggs F
DelBondio—1.0 bbls cornmeal Randolph A Dunnica..
50 boxes shoulders E K Converse—10 tierces hams lo
Miller, Dolhonde Aco..10 casks shoulders E Vurster
12 barrows B J West—7 bbls ari l 5 sacks peas 2 pkgs
butter G<o A Glover Aco..10 pkgs grease G Pitaid—
2 pkgs caml L Lefoul.. 1 do I L Lyons—2 pkgs mdse
Lagan A Mackison- 5 bbis sausage F H like-25 pkgs
beer I, Mische Aco. .20 pkgs eggs Flashpoller A Nel
son..1 pkg mdse Navra A (Jfl'ner .1 do J P Sarrazin
1 do Wm Henderson—41 pkgs lead G G idçen..i pkg
fansage II Rivers.. 8 pkgs o dse M H Smith..l «o S
T Blessing— t do Herrmaun A Vignes-25 cases liquor
O H Karstendlck—50 cases drugs Wheeiock, Fiuiay
A oc—5 cases mdse Stauffer, Macready Aco—115 pkgs
lead E J Hart Aco..l pkg indseSullivan A Bulger - 2
do Horter. Peterson A fenner..i hhd tobacco 8 boxes
eggs L Labat Aco—463 acks corn to Schwabacher A
Hirsch—H asks bacon Vairi-i A Mortimer—3r6 sacks
corn Walker. Lewis Aco —2 pkgs glassware Heath. P
Aco—4 bbls flour J B Woods Aco—235 sacks corn 3 0
sacks oats to order. ,2e0 co E R Weems— 411 do 200
bbls coinmeai .'3 sacts coin 68 bales bay to order— 2
pkgs sides 20 bbls flour lu half bbls do lot mdse to
Aiken Line—lot mdse 328 sacks corn 20 sacks oats 24
sacks bran 60 bbls cornmeal 210 bbls fl 'ur 2 tierces
lard 1 hall cask bacoa 11 casks bacon 6 bales hay 1 tee
bams 40 bbls pork 7 bbls wbiskv Blanks Line—10 do
212 bbls flour 10; half bids do lot mise C A Whitney
-&00..2Ô1 bales cotton W A Johnson—219 do Meyer,
Weis Aco—213 Lehman, Abraham Aco—122 Richard
Bon A May..41 S U Thomas Aoo..4i J W Burbridge
Aco.. 12 T L Airey Aco—9 Vaiden, Hawkins Aco..7
Alcus, Scberck A Autey—6 Jno Chafle A Sons.. and
su udrits ur order—Total, 926 bales cotton 7 bhds to
GRAND CAILLOU. .Per schooner Clara. .16 sacks
seed coiton 8 bales muss L Terreboune—10 do L Bibo
et —45 bbls potatoes to orttyrr
TlilBODaiUX—Per steamer Henry Tete—35 !
hints sugar to Conger A Kelley—15 do 5 bbls molasses
K Beltran—12 hhds sugar T H A J M Allen Ace—10
do A Brousseau A Son—10 do 6 bbls molasses D Jami
goo—7 do 5 bhds sugar P Lanaux—11 bbls molasses.
A Teitrou. .3 do A A Maginms Sons—11 half bbls of
molasses 9s kegs do Jno Chafle A Sons..243 sacks of
rough rico Herrmann A Vignes —38 do Brooks Rice
«Min—8 do L Godchaux—52 sacks cottou seed V II
Bernard. .3 bales cotton P Lanaux. .10 bdls hides F P
Seviu—1 bbl molasses Blanchard A A Y anil sundries
to order—Total. 3 bales cotton 52 sacks cotton seed
269 sacks rough rice 87 hhds sugar 33 bbls molasses
12 half bids do 99 kegs do
ST JAMES—Per steamer Marv T 'a- 7 bhds sugar
to E F Stockmever Aco—1 do Richard Milliken. .18
• do C T Souiat—58 bbls molasses S Delgado Aco— 4
bids hides 1 bag hides J Segassie. .and sundries to or
der.. Total, 26 hhds sugar 58 bbls molasses
LUWUK COAST—Per steamer Oriuie—16 hbds of
sugar t* P Maspero Aco—30 bbls molasses J D Hill
Aco—and sundries to order
LOW ER UOANT -Per steamer Waioon— 25 bbls
molasses Richard Milliken—17 bbls nee Flash poller
A Nelson—8 sacks rough rice Mariposa Rice Mill—
11 sacks potatoes snd sundries to order
BAYOU SARA—Per steamer Gov Allen—:6
bales cntton to Meyer, Weis Aco. <19 J L Harris Aco
23 MrGehee, Snowden A Violett —16 Jurey A Gillis..
11 Alcus. Scberck A Autey—8 SGuml>el..2 Norwood
A Richards.. I Lehman. A bi aham Aco—i Payne, Ken
nedy Aco. .22 hhds sngar E J Gay Aco. .24 a do A Ter*
trou.. 54 do J W Burbridge Aco—18 bbls molasses S
Irby—124 bbls molaBses E C Palmer Aco—6 do 3 half
bbls molasses Bush A Levert —and sundries to order
..Total. 1U7 bbls molasses 120 hhds sugar 146 bbls mo
lasses 4 half bbls do
CINCINNAT1.. Per towboat Peytona and barges—
806 sacks corn to Oscar Chopin—441 do Blakemore A
co- 1» bdls trues hoops U Flotte -100 bales nay to
Pritchard. Bickbain Aco—67 hhds tobacco to order..
62 do Summers Tobacco Warehouse. .69 do Kirkpat
rick A Keith—3 do E H Wilson A Mills—26 do 2 bxs
meet 41 tierces lard Jno E King Aco—21 bales cotton
E H Wilson A Mills—264 bales hay to E H Fairchild.
Son Aco--50 do 100 bbls flour to N D Wetmort—50
tierces lard Scbm'dt A Ziegler—100 do Smith Bros A
co—7 boxes eggs E F DelBondio.. 1 car lumber Hy
Otis-.li 0 bbis ork Newman a- Kent—140 do 100 bbls
flonr Schwabacher, Frowenfeld A Pfeifer. .600 do 1214
-sacks malt Glover A Odemlahl—100 bales hav Jno T
Moore Aco—2116 do 50 sacks bran Chas Pleasants—
1077 bares hav 136 bbls flour 100 bbls pork to order..
. 590 do » bales hay Howard A Preston. .5 tierces hams
12 hints bacon Schwabacber A Hirsch . .2 do 3 bbls of
nork 840 sa ks bran 65 sacks screenings to Vairin A
Mortimer—200 sacks bran 100 bbls flour Prndhomme
A Newton—106 bales bay Gordon A Gomila—9 boxes
■eggs Miller A Meyer—aud sundries to o der —Total,
21 bales cotton 227 hhds tobacco
By Kallnali.
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILROAD..
March 23. .25 hhds sugar to Richard Milliken
NEW ORLEANS, ST LOUIS AND OHlCAGO
RAILROAD COMPANY. .March 23 .516 bales cot
ton to order..82 Richardson A May—4i J L Harris A
co—56 Aluns. Scberck A Autey—*7 Stewart Bros Aco
25 Vaideu. Hawkins Aco—22 Jno T Hardie Aco—20
■•Chafle, Hamilton A Powell—18 T H A J M Allen Aco
16 Burnet Aco—13 Mever. Weia Aco—12 JAG Crom
well. .9 Jno Chafle A iions—7 Lehman. Abraham Aco
8 J B Wolfe Aco—6 Torian A Dancy—5 S Henderson
5 S Friedlander— 5 Payne, Kennedy Aco—4 E H Wil
son A Mills—3 Jno Pbelps Aco—v W C Black Aco—1
Claiborne Aco—1 J W White-Total. 909 bales cotton
March 23 .16 bdls gr hides 1 bbl sheep skins 1 bbl
tallow Fitzpatrick A Hall..l pkg mdse A Baldwin A
co .2 cars tiles J A Raynor.-6a* pcs bulk meat V si
rin A Moi timer— 816 sacks peas Newman A Kent
100 bbls lime S Jamison—lot hardware 3 boxes mdse
G Pitaid—10 pkgs mdse Horter, Peterson A Fenner
3 boxes glassware Stratton A Mayer..4 bbls beans to
Briggs, I'avne Aco—1 bbl salt Temple S Coons Aco.
18 hhds bacon Sehwabacher, Frowenfeld A Pfeifer...
130 bbls onions S D'Amico—100 bbis flou, N D Wet
more. . l tierce hams St Charles Hotel—11 hf casks ba
con Sehwabacher A Hirsch .3 boxes wood D M Hoi
liu.sworth.. I box drugs I L Lyons..2 bbls sugar to
Miller A Dielman—30 bhls onions John Bell—5 hhds
tobacco Beadles, Wood Aco
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD
March 23—9 rolls leather 2 brla collars to H H Han
sell—10 boxes (!■ ugs EJHartAeo..2 boxes mdse N
D McDonald. .5 boxesdturs Carman A Wall..6boxes
mdse I L Lyons—3 do Lufaye A Cat roll—16 pkgs pa
per M McGraw— 2 pkgs leather to R -M A B J Munt
. ornery.. hf bbls whisky Wang A Cottam- 1 b 1 do
-Clark A Meader—4 do to order.. t bales domestic W
C Tompkins—2 bdls pa pet Stevens A Seymour. .302
sacks peas Small Aco—166 do M B Tuttmau—580 do
to order. .28 do Flash. Lewis Aco. .50 bbls wfciskv to
Holt. Murray Aco—42 do Herrmann A Vignes. . iv do
J Krott— 2 do F Desbon —44 pkgs beer L Lipninaun -
2 tanks oil W P Converse jr Aco—l boxes bacon 48
tierces limns Vi se Bros—25 do SehwabacherA Hirsch
20 do 3 tierces bacon 10 boxes bacon 109 I«)xe9 cheese
<J H Lawrence Aco-14 bdls hides M W Smith—47
pkgs lard to older—3 cases shoes S Cerf— JO bbls whis
ky E Dobeitv—.0 do J Dieyfus—10 bdls shafis J S
Kennedy. It) t ales cotton 7 casks bacon 20 tierces of
hams Miller, Dolhonde Aco.. 9 bbls wbiskv 24 half
bbls do Marx A Keu.per—122 sacks peas Newmna A
Kent—5 tubs butter St James Hotel..24 bbls eggs to
order—100 bbls lime E A Bridge. .1 ear pig iion to
Shakespear A Smito—20 hbds tobacco D Hadden Aco
5 do Kirkpatrica A Keith—l do Jno E King Aco.. 163
. fob« peas Post A Hobby—*75 do to order—2 bales of
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domestic Peet. Yale A Bowling—3 do J P Davis—3
do St-vans A Brown—1 do B W Jackson..100 pkgs
tnbacA Wackerbarth A Joseph— 1Î5 do W VanBen
thuvsen—20 do J P Sarrazin.. 40 doz pails J C Harris
20 sacks peas D Ta! mage Aco—11 bales domestic Me
Stee A Value—3 do W H Letchford Aco—25 bales of
cotton DWheeler A Son.. i do Jno T Hardie 4 co—29
bbls onions C H Lawrence Aco—and sundries to or
der..Total. 26 bales cotton 26 hhds tobacco
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD. March 23—45 hhds sngar Richard Milliken—
12 do Robert Hare—1 do L Bibolet—7 bbls molasses
Jos Aycock—v bales cotton A Teitrou..7 bales moss
J A Bourg— 3 hf bales do V H Bernard—25 sacks rice
F P Savin—17 beeves Inban, Ayeock Aco—and sun
dries to ord* r—Total, 2 bales cotton 58 hhds sugar 7
bbls molasses _ _ ,
Cargo Her steamship Clinton, from Indianola..
6 bales bides 2 bales kips to C A Whitney Aco.. 13
bales cotton ^rancke A Danneel—2 do S Gumbei—60
head cattle C Mehle Aco. .Total, 15 bales cotton
From Galveston—11 bales hides 209 bales cotton to
O A Whitney Aco—117 C L Walmsley Aco—19 Peet,
Yale A Bowling.. 1 2 Clapp Bros Aco—46 R T Buck
uer 9i Bro—6 Jno Pnelr 8 &co-—4 Bnssey &co 2 Jno
T Moore Aco..l S Friedlander— 2 T Smnis A Levy..3
Kirkpatrick A Keith—and sundries to order...Total,
521 bales cotton
sncsirrs at th* w*w basis.
Hansboro—Per schooner J H Massie—65.000 feet of
lumber to O Stuber
Horn Island—Per schooner Perseverance—5i0 bbls
sand to order _ ____ _ , . ,
Biloxi—Per schooner J J Cowart.-vO.OOO feet of
lumber to O Stuber
Biloxi—Per schooner Julia—30,000 feet lumber to
O Stuber , ,
Pearl river—Per schooner Gipsey—10 cords wood
to master __ _ „ , ,
Blind rivsr—Per schooner T B Kemp—25 coids of
wood to master .
Pascagoula..I*«»r schooner ^Jary IiOnis©.-..35,000
feet lumber to II Bnddig
Pascagoula—Per schooner E Blessev—45,000 feet ot
lumber to H BudUig
Jordan river—Per schooner Camélia —30,000 teet
lumber to J F Popp
Pearl river—Per schooner Try Again—30,C00 feet
( °Biloxi—Per schooner Richard—25 cords wood to
master
hkcciftb at th* old hasih
Pascagoula—Per schooner Amelia.. 1600 bbls char
coal to master _ . . .
Piocterville—Per schooner Lake Flower—Sundries
to order
Pammen.
Per steamship City of Mexico, Capt. Sherwood
from Mexican ports—
L B Wills. E rfanpolph. J W Smith. J B Henry, G
H Coursin, H O E lis, W S Gales, A F Sterliog, Mrs
E Sterling. X H Hall, Mrs L Hall, Mrs C Stewart. J
R Hatch, Jno McMillan L Haas. M CaiIon, Mrs M
McMillao. J Sbirley, M A Phillips. B A Myer, Chas
Phillips, J Ividos, '1 hos Blake. L Besso, E Camargo,
W Smith, D < lonzales, D Bayley, Theo Keith, S H
Hall. C B Hubbard, Mrs J M Hubbard. Mrs MC
Dickinson, Mrs M A Dickinson, Miss E Dickinson.
F M Kenaudet. Chas Folsom, Chas E Griswold, G
Sandino. J Sjultasioi, T Palmeiro. Miss Alice Pes
siani. J Esposito F H W Coleman Miss M Speltaqui
Mrs E Parier. V Blondeau, Joo C Keem-r. W Gard
ner, Mis Holen Gardner. Mrs S G Lee. J H Tift, ,T R
Gront J M Witberspooon Mrs E C Gront, Miss J C
Gront, Miss C Gront J no C Gront, O H Sheppard,
J Milike ■ H Heeds, Mrs M Deeds, W M Kiugslaud.
Mis M J K ugsland, A Z G, ey. Mi <s H Grey
LINT OK FENNELS
Vp, Cleared and Nailed for New Orleans.
1-VW VOttK.
Steamship New York, Quick..............sld Mar I s
Steamship New Orleans, Dearborn.......sld Mar 18
PBOVIDNCE.
Schooner Daisy E Parkburst, Hooper____sld Mar 10
PORTLAND, Mk
Bark Mignon, Soule.......................sld Mar 3
LIVF UPOOL.
Ship A F Stoneman, Cain.... ...........eld Feb 5
Ship Lawrence Brown, Williams..........sld Feb 5
Ship Lilli y Soiffard. Goudy................sld Jan 22
Slnp Nor is, Barstow......................sld Jan 22
Ship William, Jo»ineay........ eld Jan 5
Ship North nipt n, Trask.................sld Feb 5
Ship Baden. Doaue........................sld Feb 2
Ship Linda.....-■........... .....Sid Jau 20
Ship Her Majesty, Leahov................eld Jau 22
Ship Virginia, Barker................. sld Jan 25
Miip Preston, North ......... sld Jan 25
Ship llaguar Foster........ sld Jan 16
Bark Erato. Thies..........-..............sid Jau 8
Bark Lino. Bussanich.....................sld Jan il
Bark Leamington, Orhney...... ...........sld Jan 14
Bark Ignazio, Semena ...................ldg Jau 15
Baik Leid Clarendon, Marshall...........sld Jan 15
Bai kEnrique, 1'ayson.....................sld Feb 7
LONDON
Ship Lady Palmerston, Mills..............sld Jan 16
UAVKk.
Sh ; p Reunion. Ducker .....................sld Feb 1
Ship Scioto. Mitchell.....................sld Feb 9
Ship Scotia, Hines.........................sld Jan 24
Ship Crescent City, Delano...............sld Jan 25
Barkeiitine Gem, Moreman................sld Jan 24
Baik Herold, Pomie.....................-.sld Feb 26
UOKDliAUi.
Bark Alphonse ot Mane..................sld Jan 24
Bark Polymnie, Cousat....................sld Mar 8
Bark Comtesse Duché tel, Dupont____... sld Mar 4
ROL'EN
Brig Waverly, Terry.......................sld Jan 22
BREMEN.
Ship Scotia, Drummond..................sld Feb 28
Barkfiuke), Tusch ........................sld Feb 28
Bark Freihandel, Watcher................sld Feb 20
ANTWERP.
Bark Bay rut ...........................sld Jan 11
DEAL.
Bark Hans Thilis, Tbilis................sld Jan 16
DUNKIRK.
Bark Valkyria, MeQnarrie................sid Feb 20
GREENOCK.
Bark Sampo. Stenman....................sld Feb 25
GRIMSBY.
Bark Lorton Vale, Beamer................sld Feb 24
Bark Fannie J McLellan. McLellan.......sld Feb 7
CLYDE.
Ship Isaac; Morena.......................sld Feb 22
GRAVES ENE
Ship Lord Palmerston, Mills...............sld Jan 16
DUBLIK.
Ship Stanley, Furet ......................sld Jan 12
GLASGOW
Balk Geo W Jones, Potter.................eld Jan 7
GENOA.
Bark Asie, Stromberg .....................sld Jan 5
Bark Arturo, Speich .......................ild Jan 29
Baik Silvia. Ferar............. ...... .....sld Feb 13
Bark Serra ml Elena, Valle................sld Feb 21
LEGHORN.
Bark Fide Speranza, D'Aste .............sld Feb 22
A1IEHDKEN
Bark Matbiaa, Hansen....................sld Jan 21
PALERMO
Brig Domenieo Gniotta..................sld Feb 12
MESSINA.
Bark FPirandello, Toduro................ldg Jan 8
CETTE.
Bark Michele G. Ferrari..................sld Feb 6
RIO DE JANEIRO
Ship Birdston, Hunter....................sld Jan 13
Schooner Maud Briggs, Davis............sld Mar 3
J. MANDIN At CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
And Direct Importers of
Wines, Brandies, Gins, Etc., Etc.,
37 DECATUR STREET,
NEW ORLEANS,
Sole Agents of the Celebrated
Eugene Clicquot Champagne,
A Wine long a favorite with connoisseurs and good
liv3rs, warranted genuine and of nnequaled sparkle
and flavor.
Also, Sole Agents for the following winea :
CHATEAU BELLEVUE, of P. Salin Fils.
CHATEAU DE FRANCE, of P. Brngere.
GRAVES d'AMBARES, DUCLOS FRERES,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
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WM. MASSEY & CO.'S
PHILADELPHIA
ALE AND PORTER.
FOR DRAUGHT—In Barrels, Halves and Quarters
BOTTLED—In Quarts, Pints aud Half Pints.
—ALSO—
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER, NORTHERN CIDER,
GINGER ALE, îIlNERAL WATER,
LEMONADE, ETC.,
Put np in any required quantity to suit customers, at
the lowest CASH PRICES.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!
L. C. ARNT,
mh 5 26, 28 and 30 Bienville street.
THE
HEW ORLEANS FIRE ALARM
TELEORAPH.
The System ef Striking will be m Felle wa:
For instance, if an alarm is given from box
No. 123, the belli will atrike 1, then a pause of fi
seconda ; then the bells will strike 2, then another
panse of 5 seconds, and the bells will strike 3—
123. There will be a pause of 10 seoonds be
tween each full number. Or if an alarm is given
from box No. 48, the bells will strike 4, then the
pause of 5 seconds, and then strike 8—48. A
general alarm will be indicated by striking 15
blows upon the bells. An additional general
alarm will be indicated by striking 20 blows,
which will concentrate the entire Fire Depart
ment to the box from which the alarm sounded.
Boxes designated by * are antomatio.
5 Corner Harmony and Levee.
6 Corner Washington and Chippewa.
7 Ninth Street Market.
8 Corner Caroodelet and Eighth.
9 Corner Prytania and Ninth.
12 Corner Magnolia and Washington
13 Corner Sixth and St. Denis.
14 Engine-house Fire Company No. 22.
15 Engm6-house Fire Company No. 23.
16 Lafayette H. and L. Company No. 1.
17 Corner Live Oak and First.
18 Corner Magazine and St. Andrew.
19 Comer Rousseau and St. Mary.
21 Comer St. Charles and First.
23 Comer Dryades and St. Andrew.
24 Keller Market.
25 Comer Jackson and Coliseum.
26 Corner Jackson and Liberty.
27 Comer Second and Dryades.
29 Comer Market street and Levee.
31 Comer Henderson street and Levee.
32 Engine-house of Fire Co. No. 12.
34 Engine-house of Fire Co. No. 1.
35 Comer Market and Chippewa.
36 Seoond Precinct Police Station,
37 Corner Bace and Magazine.
38 Corner Melpomene and Camp.
41 Horse Station, St. Charles street.
42 Engine-house Fire Co. No. 20, Thalia st.
43 Corner Franklin and Terpsichore.
47 Comer G&iennie and New Levee.
48 Engine house Fire Co. No. 6, St. Joeeph.
51 Comer Uonstar.ee and Erato.
52 Corner Camp and St. Joseph.
53 Engine-house Fire Co. 18, Calliope.
54 Corner New Basin and Triton Walk.
56 Comer He vard and Clio.
57 Comer Magnolia and Erato.
61 Corner Krato and Franklin.
65 Corner Julia and Levee.
*71 Foot of Julia stree .
72 Corner Canal and Levee.
73 Coiner Magazine aud Girod.
*74 Corner Natchez an4 Tchoupitoulas.
*81 Corner Canal and Camp.
82 Engine-House No. 5 aud City Hall.
83 Engine-House Fire Company No. 13.
84 Corner Caroudelet and Common.
121 Corner Kampart and Canal.
123 Corner Han part aud Povdras.
124 Engine-House Fire Co. No. 14, Common.
125 Workhouse, Qirod.
126 Corner Common and Rocheblave.
127 Corner Claiborne and 1 oydras.
141 Corner Bienville and Old Levee.
142 Corner 8t. Louis and Itoyal.
143 Engine-House Fire Company No. 7, Dau
phine.
145 Corner Burgundy and Toulouse.
146 Pelican H. and li. Co. No. 4, Basin.
151 Canal and Robertson, Wood's Press.
152 (lorner Bienville and Johnson.
*153 Corner Derbiguy and Conti.
214 Corner Old Lt-vee aud St Philip.
215 Police Station, Jackson Square.
216 Corner Hospital and Dauphine.
217 Engine-House Fire Company No. 10, Dn
maine.
231 Corner Treme and Esplanade.
232 Comer Rampart and Birracks.
234 Treme Market and Parish Prison.
235 Engine-hot le No. 21, Claiborne.
236 Corner Bayo i Road and Claiborne.
241 Engine-house No. 3, Bavon Road.
242 Corner St. Anne and Miro.
*243 Stern's factory, corner Frenchmen and
Broad.
252 House Hi ok and Ladder No. 3.
253 Engine-house No. 9, Esplanade.
254 Engine-house No. 8, Victory.
312 Police station, Elysian Fields.
313 Comer Bagatelle and Esplanade.
3(4 Corner Goodchildren and St. Antoine.
315 Comer Goodchildren and Elysian Fields.
316 Comer Claiborne and St. Bernard.
412 Corner Labarpe and White, B. B. Depot.
413 Comer Love and Spain.
414 Corner Poet and Urquhart.
415 Corner Mandeville and Claiborne.
513 Cotton Press and Levee.
514 Washington Market.
515 Corner Cluet and Rampart.
612 Engine-house No. 24, Greatmen, near Port
*613 Comer Dauphine and Independence.
614 Poland Street Car Station.
615 United States Barracks.
616 Comer Baynes and Danphine.
CHAMPAGNE !
CHAMPAGNE !
A FRESH LOT JUST LANDING OF THE
CELEBRATED BRAND
GEO. GOULET & CO.
RHEIMS.
For sale by all leading wholesale and retail grocers
restaurants, etc., and by
Paul gelpi a bro ,
Sole Agents for the South,
41 Decatur or Old Levee street.
Louis Roederer Champagne.
LANDING AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDER
SIGNED:
20 BASKETS OF 2r> AND 30 QUARTS EACH,
20 BASKETS OF 50 AND 60 PINTS EACH,
Of this Superior Wine, prepared for the Russian
French and English Markets.
PAUL GELPI A BRO.,
41 Decatur or Old Levee street.
Sparkling Cognac!
25 CASES QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS
of M. DUROZIER'S CELEBRATED CKEMANT
IMPERIAL or SPARKLING COGNAC, the favor
ite beverage of "Bons Vivants" and High- Life.
Now landing and for sale by
PAUL GELPI A BRO.,
Sole Agents for the South,
41 Decatur or Old Levee street.
Cognac Brandies!
—ALL VINTAGES OF—
A.C.MEIKOW'8 CELEBRATED BRANDIES
IN WOOD AND IN GLASS.
For sale in Bond or Duty Paid by
PAÜL GELPI A BRO ,
Sole A gents of the South,
41 Decatur or Old Levee otreet.
Fine Wines—Fine W ines.
lOOO Cases Medoc, < bateau Bouliac, St. Julien,
St. Estephe Chateau Giscours, Chateau Pontet C*
net. Chateau Larose, Chateau Maigaux, Chateau La
fite Graves. Sautern s. Haut Sauternes, Latour
Blanche, Chateiu Yquem, Monopole of the renowned
brand (_ ruse aud F ts Frei es, Bordeaux The buttle«
of above wines are elegantly put up with patent wire
netting. For sale by PAUL GELPI A BRO.,
41 Decatur or Old Levee street.
Raisins—Raisins.
2000 Boxes LAYER LONDON LAYERS snd
fines' DEHESâS.
IOOO Hall Boxes LAYER LONDON LAYERS
and finest DEHESAS
IOOO Quarter Boxes LAYERLONDON LAYERS
and finest DEHESAS.
For sale by PAUL GELPI A BRO.,
Fz5 41 Decatur ■ r Did Levee street.
£tIKCpXAK SAWS
GUMMED AND STRAIGHTENED
-By
WIL.L.IAM CLELLAND,
No. 22 Magazine street,
Between in. Joseph and Delord streets,
mh3 Sal y NEW ORLEANS, LA.
!
STEAMBOATS.
ST. LOtTIS.
FOR ST. LOPIN, CAIRO.
ttEMPHlS AND THE BENDS.
The fine steamer
GLENCOE,
T. 8. Calhoun, master, J. T. McCord, clerk.
Leaves SATURDAY. March 35. at 5 P. M.
JAA1KS HO WAR'»,
B. R. Pegram, master, J. H. Chassaing, clerk,
Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 39 at 5 P. M.
Through bills lading via Cairo and Belmont to all
points North and West.
si J. B. WOODS A CO., 104 Common st.
Leaves on FRIDAY, March 34, positively, at 5 P. M.
For St. Louis, « alro, Memphis,
Chicot City, Greenville, Vicksburg and
all intermediate landings—The fine pas
senger steamer
Kote Kinney,
J. B. Kinney, master. Andrew Clark, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on
board, or to
DOUGLAS A WINBURN, Agents,
mli34 35 Natche street.
ATTAKAPAS AND ATCHAFALAYA.
FOR ATTAKAPAS AND ATCHAFALAYA.
For Simmapert, Cburchville and
all landings on the Atchafalaya River,
Bayou Chene, Pattersonrille, Conterville,
Franklin, Cbarenton, .Team rette, New Iberia, Fausse
Point, St. Mairinvihe, and all landings on Bayon
Teche—The light draught steamer
Geo. Spangler,
Abe Smit 1 ", master, Frank Greig. clerk,
Leaves SATURDAY, March 35, at 5 P. M.,
as above, paying particular attention to »li way
and p'antation business. For freight or passage
apply on board or to HITE A CARLIN, Agents,
mh33 3 Tchoupitoulas street.
8TEA^H1P8.
HEW YORK.
NEW YORK.
MORGAN LINE STEAMSHIPS.
The following A1 iron steamships
•form this line—
BRASHEAR, ALGIERS,
NEW YORK, MORGAN CITY,
The iron steamship
New York,
will leave New Or'eans
On WEDNESDAY, March 39, — A. M.
Insurance hy this line, %.
Freight for the above po't received at the depot
of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, loot of
Lafayeite street, daily until 5 P. M.
For freigilt apply to
CHAS. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents,
mill tf Corner Natchez and Magazine streets.
THE CROMWELL LINE.
Full NEW YORK DIRECT.
To nail on THURSDAY, Mirch 39 at 8 A. M.
line is composed of the following
Steam sh ips :
KNICKERBOCKER, HUDSON,
CORTES, NEW ORLEANS.
The steamship
New Orleans,
Geo. A. Dearborn, commander,
will leave hir wharf fout of Toulouse street.
Passage....................850
INSURANCE ON CARGO BY THIS LINE
THREE-QUARTERS PER CENT.
Freight for Liverpool, Bremen and Ha- re taken by
this line, and through bills cf lading given lor the
same.
For freight or passage apjily to
n!4-75 ly
ALFRED MOULTON,
41 Caroudelet street
FOR YÏHA CRUX.
XAKFIOO, TUXFAJN, CAMPE ACHY, FBOttXX
80. HAVANA AND NEW YORK.
IIW YORK, HAVANA AND MEXIOAM MAIL
STEAMSHIP LINE.
This Lins Is oon. posed of th e steam ship#
City of :)I*xIco...........Capt W. B. Sherwood.
City of Merida...............Capt J. W. Reynold*
City of Havana...............Oapt 8. F. Phillips
She steamship
City of Mexico,
Capt. W. B. Sherwood,
«40 leave her wharf foot of Calliope »week, «»st
District, on SUNDAY, March 36,1876, at 8 A. K.
Passage to Vers Gran, t-uo zoic.
r. alkxandkb a sons.
No. 33 Broadway, New York.
For freight or vassage, apply to
J. hf. WITHERSPOON, Agent,
No. 60 Car-ndeiet street.
The City of Havana [will follow SUNDAY. April
16, 1876. o4 ly
MARGARET HAITGHERY,
Margaret's Steam and
Mechanical Bakery,
Manufacturer of
BREAD AND CRACKERS
Of all Descriptions.
Nos. 74, 76 and 78 New Levee Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
jy29 tf
Dr. Geo. J. Friedrichs ,
DENIAL SURGEON,
155 St. Chari» street, corner ef Glref,
Square above the City Hall.
alO 3dpSntf
R.
at
Notice.
OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOR,
FlßST DloTKICT (169 Gravier st. up stairs).
New Orleans, Jan. 38, 1876.
Public notice is hereby given to the Tax payers of
the First District of New Oi leans, that I am ready
to issne State Licenses for the year 1876, and to re
ceive all Taxes for the years 1875, 1871 and 1873. The
office will be open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
N. C. FOLGER,
f a39 lm State Tax Collector. First istrict
A CHAP8KY.
FASHIONABLE
CLOTHING STORE,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
21.................Camp Street................2]
Opposite City Hotel, New Orleans.
Gent's Famishing Coeds, Tranks,
Nsirteh. Umbrellas, Etc.
'
Attention Cotton Planters l
CHANGE YOUR PLANT SEED AND SAVE
BOTH TIME AND MONEY!!
We offer early f rolifio SEED from Missouri, Ar
kansas, Western Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Mis
sissippi, Alabama. Both highland and bottomland.
Seed from any given locality proem ed on order.
PLANT SEED AGENCY,
51 Poydraa stzeet. New Orleans.
P. 0, Box 13SS. ja39 SaASnAeod lm
irrKAMBOATS.
RKBKtVKR.
NEW ORLEANS AND RED RIVSR TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY.
Steamers
MARIA LOUISE, TEXAS, LA BELLE,
R. T. BKYABLY, W. J. BEHAN, LOTUS NO. S
wttT-r-Z ROWLAND. C. H. DÜRFEN.
COL. A.P.KOUNS.
Fer Shreveport, Jefferson, Upper
Red River, Minden, Ceushatta, Grand
Eoore, Alexandrin aod all way and plantation land
tags—Leaving New Orleans as follows
FOR SHREVEPORT.
MARIA LOUISE..............Capt H. J. Brinker
Leaves SATURDAY. Maich 35. at 5 P. M.
and
Saturday's boat will go through to Jefferson.
No wharf boat charges will bo made on freight
consigned to tha company at the month of Red River
Forwarding freight oonsigned to the company at
New Orleans Will oe handled free of drayage and
commissions.
For freight or passage apply on board of boats, or
at the office of the company, 111 Gravier, between
Magasine and Camp street*.
JOS. A. AIKEN, President.
M. W. JOYCE, Agent.
Or to
LORD & MePEAKE, BRITTON A EPPLER,
HITE & C 4 RLTN. '74 1«
will
REGULAR GRAND KCORE PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M.
For Grand Ee*r-, Montgomery,
Alexandria, Norman's, Barbin's, Ware's
Landing, snd altlandiiiga on Red River—
The passenger steamer
Robert Young,
(In p'ace of the John B Mande,)
John Hcinn, master, John M. Daniel clerk,
will leave as above positively, taking freight for Cane
River. Will answer all hails on the Coast. For
freight or passage apply on hoard or to
DOUGLAS & WINBURN, 35 Nstche*.
BROCK ETT & CARTE«. 36 Magazine.
N. O. DONNOHUE, 76 Gravier.
mhll tf
BLACK AND BfEUF K1VKK.
REGULAR BLACK AND BŒUF RIVER
PACKET.
Leaves on SATURDAY, March 35, at 5 P. M.
For Peint Jell'erson, Glraid, Alto,
Red Mouth, Gum Poiui, and all landing?
on Bceuf and Black river®—The sleamer
8>t«lla 11.or!«.
O. B. Crooks, master, Gabe Block, clerk,
will leave as above. 1'aya particular attention to all
Bl ck River business, for freight or passage apply
an boaid or to |mii23] III LÈ A CARLI.n.
_____VI C KNBU K G AN I) 111 KM I* I I I S.
MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG PACKET.
JKljji The new mid elegant side-wkeel
ilstaXjjgk pasaungr.r steamer
Illinois,
M. R. Cheek, master, J. W. Spears, clerk,
vor Vicksburg every FRIDAY ai 13 M.
Passengers leaving New Orleans on Thursday even
ug by rail will make sure connections.
Parties consigning freight to care ot stoamer ILLI
NOIS will please enclose oil! of lading to
au4 tf DUFF GREEN & CO.. Vickuhn- •
BAYOUS HOMU AND TENSAS.
REGULAR TENSAS AND BAYOU MACON
PACKET.
Leaves on SATURDAY, March 95, at 5 P. M.
For Floyd, Delhi. Wa-u*, Crocket
Point, Cut-off'and all landings on Black,
Macon and Tensas rivers—The steamer
Willie,
(In place of the Rapides,)
' J. B. Sullivan, master, J. L. Robbins, clerk,
will leave as above positively. For Iri-ight or pas
sage apply on board, or to
ia>KD A MCPKAKF, 46 Camp street.
ADAMS A WORK, 9 Commercial Place.
Will remain in the trade permanently. mli33
INDEPENDENT TENSAS, BAYOU MACON AND
BLACK RIVER PACKET.
Leaves FRIDAY, March 34. at 5 P. M.
For Floyd Delhi, Warsaw
Crocket l'oin , Cul-Otf and all landings
on Black, Macon and Tensas rivers—The
steamer
W. J. Poitevent,
Sam Block, master. Wm. Guss, clerk,
will leave as above positively. For freight or pas
sage apply oh board, or to
HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tchoupitoulas street.
LOUD A MePEAKE, 46 Camp street.
Will remain in the t ade permanently._mb33
OUACHITA RIVSR
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA TRANS
PORTATION PACKET.
Leaves on SATURDAY. M.-rch 35, at 5 P. M.
For Camden Eldorado, Oaachita
Cit , M nroe, Trenton and all landing«
on Black ann Ouachita Rive: s—The Une
light-draught passenger steamer
John Howard,
P. C. Montgomery, master, E. R. Perry, clerk,
will positively leave as above. For freigilt r passage
apply on board or to F. A. BLANKS, President,
3 Canal, corner of Delta.
HITE A CARLTN, BRITTON A EPPLER,
LORO A MePEAKE, ADAMS A WORK,
mhl9 Agents.
NEW ORLEANS AND uUACHlTA RIVER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Regu ar Ouachita River Weekly Packet.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M
For Ouachita City, Monroe, Très
toe, and all landings on Black and
Ouachita rivers—The steamer
Ouachita Bello,
M. Kenison. master, Joe Holmes, clerk,
will leave as above, making connections with all boats
for the tributai ies.
Capt. F. A. BLANKS. President,
HITE A CARLIN, BRITTON A EPPLER, I - .
ADAMS A WORK, LORD A MePEAKE,
P. S.—The Ouachita Belle comes down the Coast
every Monday in daylight. Will attend to all busi
ness offered to her. _ jail tf
INDEPENDENT OPELOUSAS WEEKLY
PACKET.
For Wuahtngton, Port Barry,
Atchafalaya, Simmsport, Big Bend Land
ing, Old River and all intermediate
points—The light draught passenger st-amur
Ft. Alary,
F. Probst, master, J B. Schmidt, clerk.
Leaves WEDNESDAY. March 39. st 5 P. M.
For freiglit or passage apply Ou board or to
HITE A CARLIN, 3Tehoupiroulas at.
Through hills of lading to Bayou Bœuf aud Des
Glaizes. d!8
REGULAR OPELOUSAS P4CKET.
Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 39. at 5 P. M.
For Washington. Fort f arre
Simmsport, Church vine a)) landings os
the Coast, Atchafalav* River and Bayon
Courtableau—The new and light-draught patsenger
Bertha,
H. H Broad, master, Theo. Jobin, clerk.
Connects at Simmsport with steamer MINNIE for
Bayou des Glaizes. giving through bills lading. F Of
freight or pr ssage apply on hoard, or to
olO tf BRITTON A EPPLER. 106 Common at
Through bills of lading to Bayou Boeuf.
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves SATURDAY. March 35. at a t. M
For Washington, Port Barra,
Simmsport, Churchville, and all Inter
mediate landings on the Coast, Atcha
falaya River and Bayon Corn-tableau—The new and
light-draught passenger steamer
Tensas,
(In place of the Trenton.)
W. Burton master, Capt. Eug. Quatrevaux. clerk,
All freight for Bayon dee Glaises will be landed ai
SimmsDort or Big Bend Lam ing.
*33 tf -T. M. DOWLING 95 Decatur street
LOVIh COAMT.
NEW ORLEANS AND LOWER COAST PACKET
The fine nassenger steamer
Waioon,
Barry, clerk
IDAY,
aloon,
Alfred J. Ruiz, master; P E
will leave every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 10
o'clock, sharp, for Jesuits' Bend, Belair, Pointe a-la
Hache, Buras, Forts, and all way landings ; return
ing WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. For freight
or passage apply on board.
Tbe clerk is to be foun
Conti street.
found every day at the head of
d31 tf
PORT EADS AND LOWER COAST Matt.
PACKET
Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY snd FRI
DAY, at 10 A. M. sharp,
For Port Eads, Fort St. Philip
uarantine Station, Buras, Pointe-a-la
laciie, and all way landings—The fine
steamer Wuweaock,
John Taylor, master,
will leave as above, returning TUESDAYS, WED
XESDAY8 and SATURDAYS. For freight or pas
sage, apply on board.
Will go lo Pilot Town on FRIDAYS. dll tf
all
ou
T
'
Lower cons« vsiij i-su:.«.
Packet—The new, aai'e and taxi pas
songer packet
Oriole,
M. Carrick, master, John Estopinal, clerk,
Leaves daily at lo o'clock A. M. (slurp) from ioM
of 8t. Louis street, for Live Oak Grove Plantatios,
rets mag to the city in the evening.
Apply to JOHN KOUNB,
Canal Stieet Ferry OSes,
P. 8.—Has a clerk on the levee during the dav.
Nj debts contracted byany.au except J. T. OTfi
owner, will bs poM.
■ft tan
JÏTBAJWBOATS,
Steamboat and Kailroad Agvmj.
rnHh UNDERSIGNED, AGENT FOB
1 Memphis and Ohio River Line of Packets, is
ared to give through bills of lading in oon n e eti s n
with the boats of the above-mentioned Lines ever tha
following Railroads: Little Rock and Pine Bln*
Railroad and Ouachita Railroad from Chicot City |
Iron Mountain Railroad from Belmont, Mo..- Cincin
nati, Hamiltoi, Dayton and Little Miama Tniimada
and all their connections from Cincinnati. Far nil
information'and through ra*>s. apply to
a!7 tf C. G, WAYNE. 106 Gravier VeeS.'N
REGULAR CTNCTNNATL LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
Leaves on SATURDAY, the 35th insk, at 5 P. Ml
For Cincinnati, Lonlavlllo. Evans
ville Henderson, Shawnee town, Padu
cah, Cairo, Memphis and all intermediatn
points—The passenger steamer
Hnale Silver,
D. H. Sil -er, master, J. S. Lehmer, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on
board or to
C. G. WAYNE, 106 Gravier street.
mh23 J. B. WOODS & CO., 104 Common I
REGULAR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
For Cincinnati, Lonlovtllo, Wvnmo
ville, Henderson, Snawneetown, Pada
cah Cairn, Mempbia and all intermedia!*
points—The passenger steamer
Mary Honstnn,
Charles Miller, master, A. Elliott Miller, elork,
Will lea< e as follows, viz :
SATURDAY', April 8th, at 5 P. M.
SATURDAY. Anril £9th, at 5 P. M.
SATURDAY" May SOth, at 5 P. M.
SATURDAY', June 10th, at. 5 P. M.
SATURDAY, July 1st, at 5 P. M.
For freight or passage applv no board, or to
mhl9 tf C. G. WAYNE. 106 Gravier i
OHIO RIVER.
FOR MEMPHIS AND BENDS.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET.
For the season of 1875-76.
Leaves FRIDAY. March 34, at 5 P. M.
for Memphis, Helena, Month of
White River, Chicot, Greenville, Vioko
burg and the Bends—-The splendid pee
senger steamer
Thompson Dean,
W. B. Miller, master, Geo. Miltenberger, ole k,
will leave as above, {laying particular attention to
all way and plantation business. Shippers may roly
ou the Dean remaining in the trade the entire ssoossl
T hrough Dill» of tailing to all poiuts on the OnaohHs
and Pine Bluff' Railroad from Chicot City, snd to sB
prints on White River as high as Jacksonport.
For freight or passage applt on board, or to
C. G. WAYNE, 1Ö6 Gravier s
dl
V » 11H*4HP it*-_ ^
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED ST ATI 5
MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every SATURDAY, at 5 P. II.
For Vicksburg, Davis's
Natchez ai d all intermediate
The passenger steamer
Natchez,
T. P. Leathers, master, J. F. Muse, clerk,
connecting ut Vicksburg with the Parisot Liu lbs
Yazoo, TaUatiatciiie and Sunflower rivers, and With
Anchor Line for Memphis, Cairo and 8t. Toil..
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
JOHN JANNEY, 1X7 Common st*
pr to HITE & CARLIN, 3 Tchonpitonlas st.
Freight taken and through bills of lading signed th
Tallulah and stations esst of Tallulah on the Vicks
burg, Sh eveport and Texas Railroad, via Dolts, by
W. B. BROCKET'!, Agent, 3i Magasins s*.
al l 6m
LAFOURCHE.
REGULAR BA vor LAFOURCHE AND COAST
SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. •
The new pussenger steamer -
Assumption,
Joe Dalferes, master, N. Z. Dnpuis, clerk.
Leaves New Orleans every Tape
DAY and SATURDAY at 5 P. M. re
turning down the Coast in daylight
answering all hails, on FRIDAY and MONDAY.
For freight or passage app y on board or to
036 tf P. A. CHARLET,
REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
idBfa2
COAST SEMI-WEEKLY PACKE
Henry Tote,
t. F. Aueoin, master, M. H. Landry, «lark.
Leaves Nbw Orleans every MONDA Y at 5 P. M. sad
FRIDAY at 10 A. M.. returning down the Coast la
daylight every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY. FSr
' eight or passage apply an board or to
B. RIVET,
P. A. CHARLET, J
*35 lv
[9 Conü street.
BAYOU DBM GLAI/.EM,
INDEPENDENT BAYOU DES GLAIZES BOAT.
Leaves THURSDAY, March 30, at 5 P. M.
Fop Evergreen, Colton PaVt,
'Junction, Mueauville, Big Bend Simms
port and all Intel mediate landings—The light-dnuight
passenger steamer
Frank Willard,
Lew Rice, master, F. M. Joffrion, clerk,
will leave us above.
For freight or passage apply on hoard, or to
HITE & CARLIN, Agents,
F17 __ 3 Tchoup i toulas afreet.
BAYOUBAHA.
, NNh For Bayon Mara, Waterloo«
Hermitage, Port Hudson. Batoa RonSO,
Plaqnemine, and way landing « — XhS
United States mail semi-weekly packet,
Gov. Allen.
(In place of W. S. Pike.)
J. J. Brown, master, S. S. Streck, olarh,
leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 P. A,
for Bayon Sara. For freigb t er passage apply to
HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tohonpltonfas St.
*10 > ■ C. GODDIN 35 Natchez street.
UPPER UOAMt.
NEW ORLEANS. COAST AND BATON ROUGB
SEMI WEEKLY PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 13 M., ana jm. UB
DAY fc at 5 P. M.
The passenger steam
ML John, 1
Frank Bergeron, master, J. C. Bergeron, clerk.
Returning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN
ING.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
E. O. ME LA ■> CON, 30 Conti street
P S.—The St. John will represent Capt Allen Jn
mel and the steamer Iberia in (he Coast trade.
o36 tf
THE NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER OOAR1
PACKET.— M. I. LINE.
For Bon Tnread's, Aa Isa
parish—The steamer
__ Mary Ida.
J. A. Ruiz, master. E. M. Stella, clerk,
will leave New Orleans «very TUESDAY, THUV*
DAY and SATURDAY, at 10 A> M., and will retire
every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, in daylight.
For freight or passage apply on board, e to
olS tf W SOMAUF 30 n
SHIPS.
LIVERPOOL'
For Liverpool—The new AI British ship
WM. DOUGLASS, Douglass, master, is now
loading for the above port, and having the
greater portion ef her cargo engaged and going «
board, will have quick dispatch. For balance ot
freight apply to
i.i*7
SHULTZ A CO.,
31 Carondelet street.
FOR HAVRE.
, ri For Havre —The A 1 fast so'ling French
£|Ch>bark REINE-DES-ANGES, Lecnyer, master.
M l W is now loading for the above port, and will
have dispatch. For freight appiv to
DkWOLF, POWELL A CO..
mh8 to 44Caro-, deiet street.
For Havre— The s tictly A 1 fast sailing
French barf FRANCE AND PLATA, Le
queux, mas'er, is sow loading, and having
engai
S ht apply
in WOLF, POWELL A CO.,
44 Carondelet street.
xasr queux, mas'er, is sow loading, and having a
portiou of her cargo engaged, will have dispatch.
For balance of freight apply to
TOWING AND WRECKING BOaT.
, fr» e Harbor and Coast Job Boat—The
[aMEKrw powerful steamer
Painter No. 2,
M. Iver, master.
Has Seven No. 1 barges and is prepared to do all
kinds of towing to either the Upper or Lower Coast
on tbe most reasonable terms. Ha* every facility for
the rapid handling of wood, brick*, cotton seed or ma
chinery; will drop coal boats at any point. Is pro
vided with a complete diving and wrecking apparatus
under the management of experienced men, and is
really for service st a moment's notice. For farther
information inquire on board or to
NICHOLAS THEODORE )
£0*7317

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