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MARINE NEWS.
OIBCI TOW ORLEANS BULLETIN,
Wedneeday Morning, March à».
Chawi Yeaterdav.
Btaamahip New York. Quick. fi»r New York—
. , CA Whitney Aco
Jtntiab ship Adriana, Jordan, for Liverpool ..
_ ..... AK Miller Aoo
Swedish hark Alexander. Bhodin, for Bremen—
Shultz Aco
Norwegian bark Anguat L filer, Olsen, for Liverpool,
Dec an, Zerega Aoo
AfTiTO#.
Barken tine Gem, Meesman from Havre Jan 34, to
master..let diet
anuKBoam.
Future City, Goll, from St Louis, with 3 barges
Bertha, Broad, from Washington
St John, Bergeron, from Baton Rouge
Kobt Young. Heinn, from Grand Ecore
St Mary, Probe', from Washington
Assumption, Dslferes, from Lockport
Btoe Fumer. Dragon, from Lower Coast
J F Fraser, Canton, from Lower Coast
Oriole, Carrlck, from tower Coast
■uana.
BREMEN—Per bark Alexander..2381 bales cotton
1900 pcs staves
LIVERPOOL—Per ship Adriana...4104 bales cot
toe 300 bbls oil 4440 pea staves
NEW YORK..Per steamship New York...8380
bales rntton 4M bales hides 14b, bdls w a hides 47a 1
loose hides 55 bales wool snd ystle 818 tes and bbls
"**f 433 boxes beef 5 bhds tobacco 309 bbls oil 348
bbls pitch 75 tons lead 88 pkgs sundries
LIVERPOOL—Per bark August Leffl«
oilcake 1740 pcs staves
i August Leffler..8344 bags
Importa.
RUAT AN—Per schooner Carle Jones.. S bbls of
mangoes 2 bblt limes 1200 bunches bananas 6000 plan
tains 14,000 eocoanuts 1000 pineapples to J P Mâché
es Aoo
Receipts at Prsdnee.
8T LOUIS—Per steamer Future City and barges—
10 boxes eggs 721 bbls dour to F DelBondio—3t0 do
Keep. Raymond Aoo..400 do T A Hamilton Aco— 371
do Newmna A Kent—-100 do 8chneider A Zuberbier..
MO do 3 hhds tobacco to Gordon A Gomila—16 do D
Hadden Aoo—54 do Beadles, Woqd Aco. .25 do Jno E
King Aoo—70 do to order—50 do 2*bales cotton Torian
e Doacy—33 bdls hoops 10 casks bacon 700 sacks oats
300 sacks bran 52,737 bushels corn in bulk to order—
306 sacks bran 614 bbls commeal 420 bbls flour to
Bcitwabacher, Froweufeld A Pfeifer. .460 do 2:t4 sacks
bran Prudhomme A Newton..112 do 200 bbls corn
meal 118 bbls flunr W H Matthews A Bro—694 do 88
bbls oornmeal 24 : bbls grits 25 bbls peas 10 bbls beans
Glover AOdendabl— IÔ2 bales bay 2 bdls poles 600
bbls floor 100 half bbls do N O A M R R—550 bbls do
SO bbls beer 141 pkgs mdse C A Whitney Aco-463
bbls floor 75 bbls commeal 61 sacks screenings 1310
nocks bran Vairin A Mot timer—100 do 100 bbls coi n
meal to Rogers A Mitchell—400 do Schwabacher A
Hirsch. . luO do 356 sacks oats Miller, Dolhonde Aco
112 do H T Lawler—100 sacks malt J A- Blaffer Ai o
170 bbls pork Cbas H Dolseu. .54 do Jno T Moore Aco
4 bbls bolts Stauffer, Macready Aco—25 pkgs hard
ware H Haller.,24 pkgs furniture EUABJ Mcnt
gomery— lO bbls flaxseed E J Hart Aco. .2 boxes eggs
Miller A Meyer. .200 boxes caudles T T. White—300
bbls flour 140 bis bay Fairchild,Son Aco—10 pgs glass
ware Gaines A Reif— 5 pkgs hoops C Flotte. .304 pkgs
box stuft Hy O i*—Total, 6071 bols flour 100 half bbls
do 1577 bbls oornmeal 224 bbls pork 2z8 hhds tobacco
5 bales cotton 2249 sacks btau 1280 sacks oats 52,737
bushels corn in bulk
WASHINGTON—Per steamer Bertha—93 bales
oottou to Bush A Levert. .47 Clapp Bros Aco—30 C L
Walmsley Aoo—-21 McGehee, Snowden A Violett— 19
H A C Newman..8 Berand A Gibert—5 D L Kernion
S J M Dowling..4 J C Denis—4 Manade A La cas sa
Oe. .3 Alcoa, Scherck A Autey—2 Robert Hare—2
Foretell A Jumonville. .1 Nalle A Cammack—1 J W
Blrbridge Aoo—1 A Levi.. 1 Flash, Lewis Aco—1 P
Casse —24 hhds sngar 48 bbls molasses Robert Hare
16 do 12 hhds sugar 8 Block—212 sacks cotton seed to
VO Cotton Seed Association.. 18 bides A F Hickman
36 hides 56 pkgs eggs P Casse— 41 do 9 bides Mat ade
4k Lacassagi-e—73 bides 2 bales moss 13 pkgs eggs R
Beer—8 do L Terrebonne..2 do Miller A Dieluisu. .4
do A Cairo. .6 do 2 sacks wheat Beraud A Gibert—6
lad cattle H Michel, .lot poultry snd sundries to or
r— Total,"' B "
_____,248 bales cotton 212 sacks cotton seed 36
hhds sngar 63 bbls molasses
BATON ROUGE—Per steamer St John—1 bale of
notion to R T Buckner A Bro—1 do Kensbaw, Cam
mack Aoo..40 hhds sugar Bichard Milliken—25 do
MoStea A Value—0 do 3 bbls molasses H Bonzano—11
do 5 hhds sugar Pelton A Dunbar—1 bale hides E Ad
ltr Aco—and sundries to oroer—Total, 2_bales cotton
19 hhds raffe 14 bbls molasses
GRAND ECORE—Per steamer Hobt Young—!
balm oottou to C L Walmsley Aco..6 J M Sandidge
Aco.. 10 8 Friedlander —5 Clapp Bros Aco -- 3 Ben
Gtrson..9 W B Clark-7 Meyer. Weis Aco—1 H A C
Newman.. 1 Payne, Kennedy Aco—1 N D Wetmore..
1 Hy Leckie— 1 Jno Chaffe A Sons..35 hhds sugar to
Baan A Levert —30 hides 1 bdl skins H H Hat sell—
19 pkgs eggs 2 coops poultry and sundries 1 o order—
Total. 64 bales cotton 35 hhds sngar
WASHINGTON—Per steamer St Mary—42 bales
cetton to 8 Gnmbel—17 Norwood A Rich aids—15 Be
laud A Gibert—It Lehman, Abiaham Aco—9 Bush A
Levert— 13 H March—8 McGehee, Snowden A Violett
4 Alcoa. Scherck A Autey—4 Clapp Bros Aco—3 A
Tertrou—3 J W Burbridge Aco. .2 A Baldwin Aco—2
Kanada A Lacaasague—2 Warren, Atkinson Aco—1
Briggs, Payne Aoo—1 Ben Gerson—6 bides P Casse. .
M hides Manade A Lacassazne—10 hides to Gross A
Williams—15 do R Beer—2 sacks seed cotton 2 bbls
fiée Nolle A Cammack—14 bogs N D Wetmore...11
heed cattle C Mehle Aoo—35 do Inban, Aycock Aco—
M do H Michel..3 do A Hubert -41 do 15 head sheep
•fed sundries to order—Total, 140 bales cotton 2 sacks
aaed cotton 135 head stock
LOCKPORT..Per teamsr Assomption. .15 hhds
sugar to T H A J M Allen Aco—8 do R Beltran—10
do 1 bbl molasses Conger A Kelley—60 do P Lan aux
V do E Booth—4 bales moss to A Olivier—1 do J M
alsh— half bbl molasses V H Bernard—276 sacks
laugh rice J Foeister—and sundries to order...Total.
31 Bids sugar 63 bbls molasses 1 half bbl do anu 276
dach a rou gh rice
LOWER COAST—Per steamer Rioe Farmer
13 bbls rioe to F Roder —8 do 1 sack do B Johnson—3
do 90 bbls do Flaahpoler A Nelson—and sundries to
Alder—Total. 41 bbls rice 4 sacks rice
LOWER COAST——Per steamer J F Frazer..
IS hhds sngar to Richard Milliken—50 bbls molasses
B Johnson—8 bbls cistern bottom 15 sacks rough rice
JDymond—2000 staves J H Mehaffy..and sundries
to order
LOWER OOA8T—Per steamer Oriole—50 bbls ol
lames to Richard Milliken..30 do J D Hill Aco—
I sundries to order—Total, 80 bbls molasses
MBIT ORLEANS. ST LOUIS AND OHTOAf- O
RAILROAD COMPANY—Marsh 18—45 bales cot
toe to Richardson A May. .45 W F Halsey..44 to or
der—93 Jno T Hardie Aco. .23 Pritchard. Bickbam A
•o .91 Chaffe, Hamilton A Powell—21THAJU Al
an Aoo— 18 Mayer, Weis Aoo . 17 Lehman, Abraham
4keo 14 ll Into Scherck A Antov. .13 Clapp Bros Aco
12 Vaiden. Hawkins Aoo. .10 Payne, Kennedy Aco—9
W C Black Aoo..8 T L Airey Aco..5 Burnet Aco—4
H Allison Am..4 J B Wolfe Aoo—4 Jno Phelps Aco
3 Stewart Bros Aoo—3 Temple S Coons Aco—3 J P
Harrison jr Aco—2 JAG Ctomwell—1 CL Walmsley
I Friedlander. .1 W J Robson—Total, 354 bis
Aco—11
4 pkgs mdse to Hoffman. Marks Aoo. .7 do LaRosn
b-fte .....
A R—106 do M Lobe Aco..1 do B Hahn..1 do X M
Jandege.-l do Undell, S Aoo—1 do H Kohlmeyer—2
da FeLom Bros—7 do Simon A Kotan—2 do Albert A
jg_i de X McKendrick—1 do H Haskell—2 do Moätea
A Value—1 do F Beiden.. 2 do J Gugeuheim.l do
Levv. Loeb, Schuerer Aoo.. 1 do F Meunier. .1 do E
— * . • wa f.«/. lA Ja VI "Vour
Levy Aoo—1 do E Marqneae Aco—to do M W New
»..1 do Levy Broe A W— 1 do T Danziger A Son
1 do Abies_1 do A Lehman Aco..24 do E Booth
ilS sacks peas to Isaacson, Seixas Aco— 38 do N D
Wetmore—1 ear-lumber Geo Oliver. .2 cotton gins
JT B Wolfe Aoo—1 box bo : tie* L C Arny. .160 sacks
fcrmn Prudhomme A Nowton—1 bbl pork E Adler A
00—2 bales domestic F Blancs—225 cases milk Smith
Bros Aoo—195 do Schmidt A Ziegler—50 bbls high
wines J Henderson.. 1342 pcs bulk meat Howard A
Preston. .2 pkgs B ware Stratton A Mayer
NBW GBI.11B» AND MOBILE RAILROAD
March 28—131 bbl#rosin toKinley A Jenkins..3 »8
boxes mdse W G Lyons Aoo—*3 pkgs mdse H M F.s
S3".2 boxes shoes Keiffer Bros-2 do W B Briel-S
do J C Mannel. .8 boxes mdse Scbannts A W— 1 do J
Pi tard— 6 rolls leather H H Hansell, .a Boxesmdse U
K Benton—2 do S D Hill..?0 bales cotton D Wheeler
A Son. .300 sack* oilcake J Aldigé. .412 sacks cotton
setd Union Oll Co—U0 bbls lime E A Bridge. .100 do
S Jamison—4 bbls and 185 sacks peas to Newman A
Kent—2 cars stock W O Johnson—1 do W C Johnson
9 bales domestic W H Letchford Aoc-2 do Hausman
Bros—1 do W C Johnson—1 do T N M Mu len-1
piano Mrs B Tyler..2 boxes books 8 D Hill—1! do N
J) McDonald—1 box hardware G Pitard—29 pkgs of
mdse M Weil—1 box bottlea IL Lyons—2 bbls wins
ky to order—It pkgs mdse H M Es»Jell..2 do Me
Cmcken A Brewster—1 box paper Sevmour A Ste
Tenft _i do K J Harp..46 boxt 8 snuff b Hernsheiin &
Bro—46 do Hartwell A Chambers. .3 pkgs saddlery 11
rolls leather H H Hantell--9 bkts W to order-2
b'xesmdse D Mercier A Son. .25 boxes butera C K
57o*M EAiSule P *n F S ' aX -°- - e SL2 ro ?i
a uu jil ,i, » ____sacks coffee Rodd A Bros—146
aacka peas to order-12 pkgs tobacco Johnson Bros—
« casks bacon JA Norton-5 crates cabbage \ s.eton
A T_2 sacks cotton seed J E Mathews.. .0 boxes to
bacco W VanBentbuysen—215 pkgs mdse W L Ly.ns
9 pkgs paper Stevens A Seymeur—96 pkgs mdse 3
- F lo R M A B J Monk omeiy..2 bbls whisky J
Smith—5 do H Pobfmann A Son-^-6 pkgs paper bags
I) Dentchner..l5 pkgs tobacco Wallis, L Aco—132
sacks Deas A G Bringer-1 bale domestic Forcbeiraer
Bro^ 2 Dkgs mdse P McAllister-2 tanks oil W P
Converse pr%oo—and sundries to order. . Total, 50 bis
cotton 414 sack* cotton seed 300 sacks oilcake
WOMAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
pn , n .warch 28 9 hhds sugar to Lochte A Cordes
^PbK a Wokm *5 do John O Rourke-5 do
jL T AdamsAeo—s^bls molasse. Bush A Lev«.—I
den A Violett— 1 do Berand A Gibert—5 do ffGi"
WMIfeW.
No*.
to
1
186 balm oottou to C A Whitney Aoo—£9 do Franche
A Dann eel—22 do J W Burbridge Aoo—7 do Allen,
Nugent Aoo—30 head cattle C Mehle Aco. .Total, 243
bales cotton
aa c xm e at thu nw uaam.
P as ca g oula—Per schooner Martha D—40,000 feet
lumber to H Budoig
Madison ville— Per schooner Lillie Dunn—40 cords
wood to master
swum AT THU OLD BASIS
Covington.. Per steamer Marie..4 bbls peas 9 sks
do 1 s <ck wool and sundries to oi der
Pascagoula—Per schooner Oloff— .0,000 feet lumber
to H Budoig
Tchetuncta river—Per schooner Emma Amelia
20,000 feet lumber 20 cords wood to order
Bay St Louis—Per schooner Virginia—20,000 feet
lumber to order
Bay St Louis—Per schooner Ophelia..600 Dbls
charcoal to master
UHT OF VI 88IL9
Up, Cleared and Sailed far New Orleaae.
WWW TC BE.
Steamship Algiers. Read..................Bid Mar
Steamship Hudson, Gager................gld Mar
PKOVIDNCE.
Schooner Daisy E Park hurst, Hooper____sld Mar
Schooner Maud, Robinson................ bid Mar
POUT LAND, MB
Bark Mignon, Sonie .......................sld Mar
Schooner Alfred, Brabrook................cld Mar
LIVERPOOL.
Ship China. Ferna'd......................gld Mar
Ship William, Jorrneay..................sld Feb
Ship A F Stoneman, Cain ...............sld Feb
Ship Lawrence Brown, Williams..........sld Feb
Ship Lilliy Soulard, Goudy.......... sld Jan 22
Ship Baden, Donne........................sld Feb
Ship Linda........... ...............sld Jan 20
Ship Her Majesty, Leahev................gld Jan 22
Ship Vriginia, Barker.....................sld Jan 25
Ship Ragnar. Foster............ sld Jan 16
Bark Erato. Thies.......... sld Jan
Bark Lino, Bu-sanich.............. aid Jan i
Bark Leamington, Orhney.................sld Jan 14
Barx Ignazio, Semeria.............. ldg Jan 15
Bark Enrique, Payson.....................sld Feb
LONDON
Ship Lady Palmerston, Mills..............sld Jan 16
WHITBÏ.
Ship Teazer, Storm.......................sld Mar
UUu.
Bark Jas R Boyd, Baker..................sld Feb 21
HAVKB.
Ship John Patten, Wyman.................sld Mar
Sh p Reunion. Ducker ....................sld Feb.
Ship Scioto. Mitchell.....................sld Feb
Ship Scotia, Hines.........................sld Jan 24
Ship Crescent City, Delano...............sld Jan
Ship Sandusky, Lowden..................sld Mar 21
Ship Armstrong, Bryan ..................sld Mar 21
Bark Bridgep irt, Morgan ...............slil Mar 21
Bark David Taylor, Atkinson............sld Mir 21
Balk Herold, Pontie.....................-.sld Feb 26
SOKDSAUX.
Bark Alphonse et Marie..................sld Jan 24
Bark Polymnie, Cousat....................sld Mar
Bark Comtesse Ducbatel, Dupont........sld Mar
Bark Phare, David........... sld Mar
BOURN
Brig Waverly, Terry.......................sld Jan 2
BREMEN.
fShlp Scotia, Drummond..................sld Feb 28
Bark Gukel, Tusch ......... sld Feb 28
Bark Freihandel, Watcher................sld Feb 20
AlilWERr.
Ba»-k Bayrut...............................sld Jan 11
BarkOncl**, Felix........................sld Mar 21
DEAL.
Bark Hans Thilis, Thilis........ ........sld Jan
TEXEL
Ship Annie Goudy, BeDt..................std Mar 19
DU.NKJUR.
Bark Valkyria, McQuarrie................sld Feb 20
GBEENOCK.
Bark Sampo, Stenman....................sld Feb 25
ORIMSBT.
Bark Lorton Yale. Beamer................sld Feb 24
Bark Fannie J McLellan, Me Lei km.......sld Feb
16
CLYDE.
Ship Isaac, Morena.............. L ........ sld Feb 22
GRAVESEND
Ship Lord Palmerston, Mills...............sld Jan 16
DUBLIN.
Ship Stanley, Foret......................sld Jan
GLASGOW
Bark Geo W Jones, Potter.................sld Jan
GENOA. . «
Bark Asie, Stromberg .....................sld Jan
Bark Arturo, Speich ....................... tld Jan 29
Bark Silvia, Ferar.........................sld Feb 13
Bark Serra ed Elena, Valle................sld Feb 21
LEGHORN.
Bark Fide Speranza, D'Aste.............sld Feb 22
ABERDEEN
Bark Mathias, Hansen....................sld Jan 21
PALERMO
Brig Domenieo. Culotta ..................sld Feb 12
MESSINA.
Bark F Pirandello, Toduro................ldg Jan
CETTE.
Bark Michele G. Ferrari..................sld Feb
RIO DE JANEIRO
Ship Birdston, Hunter.....................sld Jan 13
Schooner Maud Briggs, Davis............sld Mar
A. M. HILL,
Manufacturer and realer in All Kinds of
GOLD PENS,
HOLDERS, PEN AND PENCIL CASES,
TOOTHPICKS, ETC.,
Presents the following REDUCED PRICE LIST
and solicits City and Country Orders :
No. 6
92 25.
No. 5.
12 00 .
No. 4. No. 3. No. 2. No. 1
$1 75. 91 50. 91 25. 91.
No. 1 Ladies' Pen in Desk-Holder............91 25
No. 1 .. Pearl-Holder and Box... 2 50
No. 2 .. -. ... 3 50
No. 3 School Pen in Desk-Holder.............. 1 75
No. 4 Pen in Pocket-Holder................... 2 50
No. 6 .. ..................... 3 00
No. 4 .. .. with Pencil....... 3 50
No. 1 Pen in Solid Gold Penc 1 Case........... 8 50
No. 4 .. .. 12 00
No. 10 Pen in Fine Holder and Box (largest
Pen intde)............................. 6 00
Pearl and Gold Magic Pencils................. 5 00
Ivory .. .. 3 00
Rubber . - • 3 50
I will g*nd any of the above ar icles by mail, régis
tered at my risk, on rece pt of price. Money can be
sent safely by mail, registered.
Gold Pen# Repointed, J5c.
Address, A. M. HILL,
86 St. Charles street,
nl3TuWeTh Corner Commercial Place.
MARGARET HAUGHERY,
Margaret's Steam and
Mechanical Bakery,
Manufacturer of
BREAD AND CRACKERS
Of all Descriptions.
No*. 74, 76 and 78 New Levee Street,
NSW ORLEANS, LA.
jj29 tf
THE
NEW ORLEANS FIRE
TELEGRAPH.
The System of Strfldnc win be us Fellow#
For instance, if an alarm ia given from box
No. 123, the belle will ■ trike 1, then a pause of S
seconde ; then the bells will strike 2, then another
pause of 5 seconda, and the bells will strike
123. There will be a pause of 10 aeoonda De
tween each fall 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 16
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 automatio.
6 Corner Harmony and Levee.
6 Corner Washington and Chippewa.
7 Ninth Street Market.
8 Cornel* Carondelet 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 Engine-house Fire Company No. 23.
16 Lafayette H. and L. Company No. 1.
17 Corner Live Oak and First.
M Corner Magazine and St. Andrew.
19 Comer Boussean and St Mary.
21 Corper 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 Second Precinct Police Station,
37 Corner Race and Magazine.
38 Comer Melpomene and Camp.
41 Horse Station, St Charles street
42 Engine-house Fire Co. No. 20, Thalia st
43 Comer Franklin and Terpsichore.
47 Corner Gaiennie and New Levee.
48 Engine house Fire Co. No. 6, St. Joseph.
51 Corner Constance and Erato.
52 Comer Camp and St. Joseph.
53 Engiu6-house Fire Co. 18, Calliope.
" " ' ---- Walk.
54 Corner New Basin and Triton
Bö Corner He ward and Clio.
57 Comer Magnolia and Erato.
61 Corner Erato and Franklin.
65 Comer Julia and Levee.
'71 Foot of Julia street.
72 Comer Canal and Levee.
73 Corner Magazine and Girod.
*74 Comer Natchez and Tchoupi tonlas.
*81 Corner Caijal and Camp.
82 Engine-Honse No. 5 and City Hall.
83 Engine-Honse Fire Company No. 13.
84 Comer Carondelet and Common.
121 Comer Rampart and Canal.
123 Corner Rampart and Poydras.
124 Engine-House Fire Co. No. 14, Common.
125 Workhouse, Girod,
*126 Comer Common and Rocheblave.
127 Comer Claiborne and Poydras.
141 Corner Bienville and Old Levae.
142 Comer St. Louis and Boyal.
143 Engine-Honse Fire Company No. 7, Dan
phine.
145 Corner Bnrgundy and Toulouse.
146 Pelican H. and L. Co. No. 4, Basin.
151 Canal and Robsrtson, Wood's Press,
152 Comer Bienville and Johnson.
*153 Corner Derbigny and Conti.
214 Comer Old Levee and St. Philip.
215 Police Station, Jackson Square,
216 Comer Hospital and Dauphine.
217 Engine-House Fire Company No. 10, Pn
mame.
231 Comer Treme and Esplanade.
232 Comer Rampart and Barracks.
234 Tieme Market and Parish Prison,.
235 Engine-hou le No. 21, Claiborne.
236 Comer Bayo i Road and Claiborne
241 Engine-house No. 3, Bayou Road.
242 Corner St. Anne and Miro.
*243 Stem's factory, comer Frenchmen and
Broad. *
252 House Hook and Ladder No. 8.
253 Engine-house No. 9, Esplanade.
254 Engine-house No. 8, Victory.
312 Ponce station, Elysian Fields.
313 Comer Bagatelle and Esplanade.
314 Corner Goodchildren and St. Antoine.
315 Comer Goodchildren and Elysian Fields.
316 Comer Claiborne and St. Bernard.
412 Corner Laharpe and White, B. B. Depot.
413 Comer Love and Spain.
414 Comer Poet and Crquhart.
415 Corner Mandeviile and Claiborne.
513 Cotton Press and Levee.
514 Washington Market.
515 Corner Clnet and Rampart.
612 Engine-honse No. 24, Greatmen, near Port
*613 Corner Dauphine and Independence.
614 Poland Street Car Station.
615 United States Barracks.
616 Comer Ravnes and Danphine.
616 Comer Ravnes 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 & 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 25 AND 30 QUARTS EACH,
20 BASKETS OF 50 AND 60 PINTS EACH,
Of this Superior Wine, prepared for the Russian
kets.
French and English Mar!
PAUL GELPI & BRO.,
41 Decatur or Old Levee street.
Sparkling Cognac!
25 CASES QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS
of M. DUROZIER'S CELEBRATED CREMANT
IMPERIAL or SPARKLING COGNAC, the favor
ito beverage of "Bons- Vi rants" and High Life.
Now landing and for sale by
PAUL GELPI & BRO.,
Sole Agents for the South,
41 Decatur or Old Levee street.
Cognac Brandies!
—ALL VINTAGES OF—
A. C. MEI'KOW'S CELEBRATED BRANDIES
IN WOOD AND IN GLASS.
For sale in Bond or Dutv Paid by
PAUL GELPI A BRO ,
Sole Agents of the South,
41 Decatur or Old Levee street.
Fine Wines—Fine Wines.
104)0 Cases Medoc, Chateau Bonliac, St. Jnlien,
St. Estephe Chateau Giscours, Chilean Pontet Ca
net. Chateau Larose, Chateau ilatgaux. Chateau La
fite Graves. Sautera s. Haut Sauternes, Latour
Blanche, Chatetii Yquem, Monopole of the renowned
brand Lruse and F ts Freres, Bordeaux. The bottles
of above wines ate 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 and
finest DEHESAS.
JOOO Hail- Boxes LAYER LONDON LAYERS
and finest DEHESAS.
IOOO Quarter Boxes LAYER LONDON LAYERS
and finest DEHESAS.
E or sale by PAUL GELPI A BRO.,
Fz5 41 Decatur • r Old Levee street
Southern Sale Stables,
CORNER DELORD AND DRYADES STREETS
LARGE STOCK OF KENTUCKY MULES
AND HORSES,
Always in stables and for sals at lowest market prices.
ALFORD 4t MARTIN, Proprietor*.
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STEAMBOATS.
ST. LOUIS.
FOR ST. LOU1N. CAIRO,
fllEfllBills AND THE BENDS.
The fine steamer
JAMES BO WAR»,
B. R. Pegrem, master, J. H. Chassaing, clerk,
Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 29, at 5 P. M.
COMMONWEALTH,
T. W. Shields, master, Owen G. Catos, tlerk,
Leaves THURSDAY, Ma-ch 30, at 5 P. M.
CITY OF ALTON,
H. E. Bixby, master, Wm. Masson, clerk.
Leave* FBIDAY, March 31, at 5 P. M.
Through hills lading via Cairo and Belmont to all
points North and West.
si J. B. WOODS A CO.. 104 Common st.
VICKSBURG AND MEMPHIS.
MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG PACKET.
The new and elegant side-wheel
passenger steamer
miMis,
M. R. Cheek, master, J. W. Spears, clerk,
Leaves Yioksbnrg every FRIDAY*St 12 M.
Orleans on Thursday even
ing by rail will make sure connections.
Partie
iee consigning freight to care of steamer ILLI
NOIS will please enclose bill of lading to
au4 tf DUFF GREEN A CO.. Vicksburg.
STEAMSHIPS.
NSW YORK.
NEW YORK.
MORGAN LINE STEAMSHIPS.
The following A1 iron steamships
'form this line—
ALGIERS,
MORGAN CITY,
A. M.
BRAS HEAR,
NEW YORK,
The iron steamship
New York,
will leave New Orleans
On WEDNESDAY, March 29,
Insurance by this line, %.
Freight for the above poi t received at the depot
of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad, foot of
Lafayette street, daily until 5 P, M.
For freight apply to
CHAS. A. WHITNEY A CO., Agents,
mhl tf Comer Natchez and Magazine streets.
THE CROMWELL LINE.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
To sail on THURSDAY. March 30. at 8 A. M.
This line is composed of the following
Steamships :
KNICKERBOCKER, HUDSON,
CORTES, NEW ORLEANS.
The steamship
' New Orleans,
Geo. A. Dearborn, commander,
will leave her wharf foot of Toulouse street.
Passage....................950
INSURANCE ON CARGO BY THIS LINE
THREE-QUARTERS PER CENT.
Freight for Liverpool, Bremen and Ha- re taken by
this line, and through kills cf lading given for the
same.
For freight or passage apply to
ALFRED MOULTON,
nl4 75 ly
41 Carondelet street.
FOR VERA CRUZ.
TAMPICO, TUXPAN, CAMPEACHY, PROGRE
SO HAVANA AND NEW YORK.
NEW YwRK, HAVANA ANI) MEXICAN MAIL
STEAMSHIP LINE.
This Line is composed of the steamships
City sf Mexico..............Capt. W. B. Sherwood
City #f .'lends..............Capt. J. W. Reynolds
City of Havana................Capt S. F. Phillips
The steamship
City #f Havana,
Capt S. F. Phillips,
will leave her wharf foot of Calliope street, First
District, on SUNDAY, April 16, 1876, at 8 A. M.
Passage to Veia Cruz, 960 gold.
F. ALEXANDER & SONS,
No. 33 Broadway, New York.
For freight or passage, apply to
J. M. WITHERSPOON, Agent
No. 60 Carondelet street.
The City of Merida will follow Sunday May
1876. o4 ly
WM. MASSEY & CO.'S
PHILADELPHIA
ALE AND POKTEK.
FOR DRAUGHT—In Barrels, Halves and Quarters
BOTTLED—In Quarts, Pints and Half Pints.
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER, NORTHERN CIDER,
GINGER ALE. MINERAL WATER,
LEMONADE, ETC.,
Put up in any required quantity to suit customers, at
the lowest CASH PRICES.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1
L. C. ARNY,
mh 5
26, 28 and 30 Bienville street
Notice.
OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOR,
First District (169 Gravier st, up stairs),
New Orleans, Jan. 29, 1876.
Public notice is hereby given to the Tax-payers of
the First District of New Orleans, that I am ready
to issue State Licenses for the year 1876, and to re
ceive all Taxes for the years 1875, 1874 and 1873
office will he open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
N. C. FOLGER,
*a29 lm State Tax Collector, First istrict
The
ÇIRCULAR SAWS
GUMMED AND STRAIGHTENED
—By—
WILLIAM OLELLAND,
No. 22 Magazine street,
Between Lt. Joseph and Delord streets,
mh3 Saly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
jyjcCLOSKEY'S RESTAURANT
DINING ROOMS,
70 and 72.........St Charles Street.........70 and 71
The beet of everything to be fonnd in this market
and at reasonable prices. Large, airy and pleasant
rooms np-stairs, for the accommodation of parties
from Balls and for Private and Social Dinner# aad
Suppers.
Saloon open both day and night. -
d!2 lm RICHARD >IcCU)SKEY. Proprietor!
New Goods for Spring Trade t
F. NOWSCAIili'a,
40 Cam# street.
NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS OF
WALL PAPER and WINDOW SHADES,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
F20 lm2dp
Attention Cotton Planters l
CHANGE YOUR PLANT SEED AND SAVE
BOTH TIME AND MONEY ! !
We offer early prolific SEED from Missouri, Ar
kansas, Western Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Mis
sissippi, Alabama. Both highland and bottomland.
Seed from any given locality procured on order.
PLANT SEED AGENCY,
61 Poydras street, New Orleans.
P. O. Box 1259. ja29 SaASnAeod lm
WAJNO & COTTAM.
Sccceeaors to
WAFA, WHITE * CO.
Wholesale Grocers aad Commission Merchant!)
94 Poydras street.
-Sole Agents for the
MOLD CONTINENTAL" RYE WHISKY,
Foe flavor and style a# vr#U a# quality aad jt||<
w can rafldy ray this »"Ml-knewu Brand om9
suyaasod la this nark# JBlI
WBAMBOm
UB BIVKK.
NEW 0BLXAK8 AMD RED JUYKB TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY.
MAFIA LOUISE, TEXAS, LA BELLA
K. T. BBYARLY, W. J. BEHAN. LOTUS NO. 9
BELLE ROWLAND. C. H. DUREES,
OOL. A. P. KO UNS.
For Shrevepert, J offerees. Upper
Rad River, Minden, Ceushatta, Grand
Ecore, Alexandria and all way and plantation land
ing#—Leaving Hew Orlaun# a# follow#
FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEFFERSON.
OOL. A. P. KOUNM............Capt. M. H. Kouns
Leave# THURSDAY. March 30, at 5 P. M.
FOR SHREVEPORT.
LA BELLE.....................Cant. M. N. Wood
Leaves SATURDAY, April 1, at 5 P. M.
Saturday's boat will go through to Jefferson.
No wharf boat charges will he made on freight
oansigned to th# company at the mouth of Red River
Forwarding freight consigned to the com p any at
New Orleans will be handled free of drayage and
For freight or p#srage apply on hoard of boats, or
at the office of the company, 111 Gravier, between
Magnates and Camp streets.
JOS. A. AIKEN, President
M. W. JOYCE, Agent
Or to
LORD A McPEAKE, BRITTON A EPPLER,
HITE A CARLIN. lei '75 Iv
REGULAR GRAND ECORE PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M.
Far Grand Beere, Montgomery,
Alexandria, Norman's, Barbin's, Ware's
Landing, and ail landings on Red River—
The passenger steamer
Robert Yeung,
(In p'ace of the John B. Mande,)
John Heinn, 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 {Musste apply on board or to
WIN-BURN, 35 Natchea.
BROCKRTT & CARTE*, 38 Magazine.
N. O. DONNOHUE, 76 Gravier.
LAFOURCHE.
REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST
SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The new passenger steamer
Assumpttor,
Joe Dalferes, master, N. Z. Dupuis, elerk.
Leaves New orlenaa every Tuea.
DAY and SATURDAY at 5 P. M. re
turning downthe Coast inday light
answering all hails, on FRIDAY and MONDA
For freight or gisHa^ app y on boai d or to
026 tf P.' A. CUARLET,
9 Conti street
REGULAR BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
** ~ COAST SEMI-WEEKLY PACKE
Henry Tete,
J. F. Anooizu master, M. H. Landry, slerk.
Lssvea Now Orleans every MONDAY at 5 P. M. and
FRIDAY at 10 A. M„ returning down the Coast iz
daylight every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY. For
freight or passage apply en board or to
825 ly
P." A^CHARLET, 1 9 Con * 1 ,tree *
OUACHITA RIVER.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, March 29, at 5 P. M,
For Trenton, Monroe and all
landiugsonBsyon Bartholomew to Point
Pleasant, Ouachita and Black rivers—
The new light-draqght simmer
Bastrop,
Gns Hodge, master, L. P. Delahoussaye, clerk,
will positively leave as abovo. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
F. A. BLANKS, President,
2 Canal street, corner Delta.
HITE A CARLIN, BRITTON Sc EPPLER,
LORD Sl McPEAKE, ADAMS A WORK.
7nh28 Agents.
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA R1VEB
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Regu ar Ouachita River Weekly Packet,
leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M.
For Ouachita City, Monroe, Tren
ton, and all landings on Black and
Ouachita rivers—The steamer
Ouachita Belle,
M. Kenison, master, Joe Holmes, clerk,
will leave as above, making connections with all boats
for the tributaries.
Capt. F. A. BLANKS, President,
HITE h CARLIN, BRITTON Sc EPPLER, ) . .
ADAMS Sc WORK, LORD & McPEAKE, j
P. S.—The Ouachita Belle comes down the Coast
every Monday in day light. Will attend to all busi
ness offered to her. jail tf
NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA TRANSPOR
TATION PACKET,
(Leaves on SATURDAY, April 1, at 5 P. M.
For • nniden, Eldorado, Ouachita
City, Monroe, Trenton and all landings
on Black and Ouachita Rivers—The fine
light-draught passenger steamer
t-liannon,
W. C. Johnston, master, C. H. Arthur, clerk,
will positively leave as above. For freight or pas»
age apply oz board, or to
F. A BLANKS, President,
2 Canal, comer of Delta.
HITE & CARLTN, BRITTON Sl EPPLER,
LOUD & McPEAKE, ADAMS Sc WORK,
mh29 DOUGLAS & WIN BURN, Agents.
of
re
The
71
OPELOUSAS.
INDEPENDENT OPELOUSAS WEEKLY
PACKET.
For Washington, Port Bnrry,
Atchafalays, Siuunsport, Big Bend Land
ing, Old River and all Intermediate
points—The light draught passenger Steamer
St. Mary,
F. Probst, master, J B. Schmidt clerk.
Leaves WEDNESDAY. March 29, at 5 P. M.
For freight, or passage apply ou hoard or to
HITE Sc CARLIN, 3 Tchoupitoulas st
Through hills of lading to Bayou Ikeuf and Des
G laizes. <118
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Leaves WEDNESDAY, March 29, at 5 P. M.
For Washington. Fart barra,
Slmmsport Churchvilie all landings on
the Coast Atohafalava River and Bayou
Corn-tableau—The new and light-draught passenger
■tramer
Bertha,
H. H Broad, master, Theo. Johin, clerk.
Connects at Simmsport with steamer MINNIE for
Bayou des Glaizes. giving through bills lading. For
freight or passage apply on board, or to
olO tf BRITTON A EPPLER. 106 Common at
Through bills of lading to Bayou Bœuf,
REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET.
Lravra SATURDAY, April 1, at 5 P. M
For Washington, Fart Barra,
Simmsport Churchvilie, and all tutor
mediate landings on the Coast Ate ha
felaya River and Bayou Corn-tableau—The new and
light-draught passenger steamer
Tenon#,
(In place of the TreDton,)
W. Burton master, Capt. Eug. Quatrevaux. elerk.
All freight for Bayou de# Glaizes will be landen at
SimmsDort or Big Bend Lam lng.
«26 tf J, M. DOWLING 25 D-eatur street.
LOWER LOAM.
NEW ORLEANS AND LOWER COA8T PACKET.
JTh# fine passenger steamer
'nleoa.
Alfred J. Ruiz, master; P E Barry, clerk
ivery TUE8DAY and FRIDAY, at 10
olilock, sharp, for Jesuits' Bend, Belair, Pointo-ala
Hacbe, Burns, Forts, and all way landing
lng WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
retnrn
'or freight
r passage apply on board.
The clerk i# to be found every day at the head of
Conti street.
PORT EADS AND LOWER COAST irTff.
PACKET
Leave# every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRI
DAY, at 10 A.M. sharp,
For Port Ends, Fort St. Philip,
Quarantine Station, Burns, Pointe-a-la
Hache, and ail way landings—The tine
Wnweaock,
John Taylor, master,
will leave as above, returning TUESÙA YS, WED
NESDAYS and SATURDAYS. For freight or pas
sage, apply on board.
Will go to Pilot Town on FRIDAYS. dll tf
Lower Coast bally no»..
Packet—The new, sale and fast par
•enger packet
Oriole,
M. Carrick, master, John Estopinal, clerk.
Leave, daily at lo o'clock A. M. (sharpj trou, ice)
of St Louis street for Lire Oak Grove Plantatlaa,
returning to the city in the evening.
Apply to JOHN ROUS 8,
Canal Street Ferry OSed.
P. 8.—Has a clerk on tho levee during tar dar.
No debt-: contracted by any,one «xoept J. T. C 'f n
owner, will bo p»-<
vOlo.
J^ GERTEIS,
GUN MAKER,
18 COMMERCIAL* ALLEY,
New Orleans.
Target Rifles Made to Order. Muzzle-Loader#
RepaLing Done
Chan -ed to Breech-Loaders, and
Neatly.
9
at
and
or
For
re
iz
all
on
HTKA M BOATS,
8(Mab4Mt and KuUroati Agtmcy.
rrua UNDERSIGNED. AGENT FOE THE
1 Me— — - - -
Memphis and Ohio River Line of Packets, is
Frepsred to give through bills of laditi.; in oonneotioa
with the boats of the above-mentioned Linos over the
following Railroads: Little Rock and Pine BluST
Railroad and Ouachita Railroad from Chicot City >
Iron Mountain Railroad from Belmont, Mo. : Cinclu
nafr, Hamilwn, Dayton and Little Miama Railroads
and all their connections fron Cincinnati, For all
information and through r»t> s apply to
" " A YXK. 106 Gravier- 'real "*
al7 tf
O.G.
OVO RIVER.
AND
RNGULARCINCINN A TI LOUISVILLE
NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
Lwives on WEDNESDAY, March 29. at 5 P. M.
I rtJte É. .For Cincinnati, Louis villa, Evanra
Hendeison, Shawueetown, Padn
Cairo, Memphis and all interme
diate poiate-Tho passenger steamer
Golden Ru e,
O. P. Shinkle master, Wm Shaw, clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on
board or to C. G Wa YNE,
_ _ 106 Gravier street.
REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, 29lh inat.at 5 P. M.
Il> ra I OT Cincinnati, Louisville, Uvana.
■HKElE Henderson. Shawneetown, Padn*
• « m». Cairo, Memphis and ail intermediate
pointe-The passenger steamer
. Cherokee,
George Wolf, master, A. Byers, clerk,
For freight or passage apply
C. G. WAYNE,
_ IOC Gravior street.
will leave as above,
on board, or to
mh26
REGULARCreciNNATI, LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
Leaves on SATURDAY, April 1 . at 5 P. M.
For Cincinnati. Louisville. Evans
fchawneetowo, Padu
mini. Tk. < k' Cairo - Memphis and all intermediate
pouits—The passenger steamer
Thomas Sherlock.
-in . Kate î , M L. Virden clerk,
will leave as above. For freight or passage app y on
b0 *£ 1 " rto C. A. WAYNE,
.__106 Gravier street.
REGULAR
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND
NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
Far Claclanatl, Louisville, Brora.
ville, Henderson, Snawneetown, Padu-
- . oah Cairo, Memphis and all intermediate
pointa —The passenger steamer
Mary Honstou,
Charles Miller, master, A. Elliott Miller, clerk.
Will lea- e as follows, viz -
SATURDAY, April 8th, at 5PM
SATURDAY. April Süth, at 5 P. M.
SATURDAY. May 20th, at 5 F. M.
SATURDAY, Jnne 10th, ai 5P. M.
SATURDAY, July 1st, at 5 P. M.
um 1 ?#* 111 0I LP"«#«e #PPly * n board, or to
mhl9 tf_C. O. WAYNE, 106 Gravisr street.
_FOR MEMPHIS AND HBNDft.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET.
For the season of 1875-76.
Leaves FRIDAY. April 7. at 5 P. M.
*'* r Memphis, Helena, Month af
White River, Chicot, Greenville, Vioks
burg and the Benda—The splendid Das
sen ger steamer v
Thompson Dean,
W. B. Miller, master, Geo. Miltenberger, clerk,
TÏÎ U J®" V ®. P#>'' n K particular attention to
*" ^ a y" d plantation business. Shi peers may rely
" tho trado ">« entire season.
40 " ll peinte on the Ouachita
and Pine Bluff Railroad from Chicot City, and to nil
points on White River as hig' - • y
For freight or l
* River as high as Jacksonport,
r passage apph on bosrd, or to
C. G. WAYNE. 106 Gravier sfr
VIGKMBUK«,
SATURDAY VICKSBURG UNITED ST ATI ■
„ mail packet. ***«■
Lravra every SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.
~ VleUshur*. Davis's Be-J,
Natchez ai d all mail landings—The
'passenger steamer
m Natchez,
T. P. Leathers, master, J. F. Muse, clerk,
rannecthigat, Viokaburg with the PaiWÜnelfor
Yazoo, Tallahatcbio and Sunflower rivers, and with
Anohor Line for Memphis, Cairo and St. Louie.
Fur freight or jjuaa^appljnan board, or to
_>ply on b
, .....------ JANNE Y, 117 Common iL
_ F 40 HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tchonpitoulasst.
-r tîii. " d thron « h bill# of lading signed to
Tallulah and stations east of Tallulah on the Vicks,
burg, Sfreveport snd Texas Railroad, via Delta, by
s !4 6m^* ^^CCKETT, Agent, 3j Magasine si.
BAYOUS M 4 CO v AND TENSAS.
REGULAR TENSAS AND BAYOU MACON
PACKET.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, March 99, at 5 P. M
Delhi, VVai saw, Crocket
I oint, Cut-off and all landing** on Bluck,
Maconandljensas rivers—The steamer
, „ „ (Hi Place ef the Rapides,)
J*; Sullivan, master, J. L. Robbins, clerk,
will leave as above positively. For Iroight or pas
sage apply on board, or to H
IjJED A McPEAKE, 46 Ca>rp street.
ADAMS A WORK, 9 Commercial Place.
Will remain in the trade p ermanently. mh23
BAYOU DKS GLAIZES.
INDEPENDENT BAYOU DES GLAIZES BOAT.
Leaves THURSDAY, March 30, at 5 P. M.
For Evergreen, Carton Port,
J ,, Junction, M-iieauvillo, Big Ilcud, Simms
port and all intermediate landings—The light-draught
prasenger steamer
Frank Willard,
Lew Bice, master, F. M. Joflrion, clerk,
will leave as above.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
HITE A CARLIN, Agents,
_^Tchoupitoulas attest.
FI 7
BAYOU SAHA.
P, .î »■», Waterloo#
Hermitage, Port Hudson Baton Ronge'
__ _ P i&quemins, and wav laxiiUium — Tab
United States moil semi-weekly packet.
Gov. Allen,
___(In place of W. 8. Pike.)
J. J. Brown, master, 8. 8. wreck, clerk,
lravra every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 5 P. ÊL
for Bayou Sara. For freighter passage sppW to
HITE A CARLIN, 3 Tcboupitomes st.
«10 _ A. O, GODDIN. 35 Natchez street.
VPPMU 414)AMY.
NEW ORLEANS, COAST AND BATON ROUGE
SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY at 12 M., ana a. UR
DAY at 5 P. M.
The passenger steam
Ft. John,
Frank Bergeron, master,
J. C. Bergeron, clerk,
Returning every FRIDAY and MONDAY EVEN
ING.
For freight 4
■no O- ME LÀ - CON, 30 Conti street.
* " —The St. John will represent Capt. Allen Ja
mel anil tho steamer Iberia in ihe Coast trade.
026 if
apply on board or to'
LÀ - CON, 3(
THE NEW ORLEANS AND UPPER COAST
RACKET.— M, I. LINE.
_*«■ Toread's, An la*
parish—Ihe steamer
J Maty Ida.
nis, master. E. M. Stella, clerk,
'*HESD A Y, THUB*
*°4 HÀTUËDAT . #t 10 A- M., and will retint
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, in daylight.
~J " V, *"«"#«J| FI1UBJ ttl
For freight or prawga apply <. D lieai-d, a to
'AIMA I—
iny 20
mt.
SHIPS.
LIVERPOOL*
JÜTST***'— ' rhe new A1 British ship
WM_. DOUGLASS, Douglass, master, is now
loading for the above port, and having tha
greater portion of her cargo engaged and going on
board, will have quick dispatch. For balan--« -or
freight apply to SHULTZ A CO.,
_ 21 C arondelet street.
FOR HAVRE.
L For Havre —The A 1 last se'üng French
ra?bark REINE-DES-ANGES, L-cover, master,
«-is now loading for the above port, and will
have dispatch. For freight app-y to
D*WOLF, POWELL A CO.,
mb» to _44 Carot delet street.
JPOWING AND WRECKING BOaT.
Harbor aad Coast Jab Boat-Tha
powerful steam er
2 Paiater No. 2,
„ _ W ., M. Iver, master.
Usa Seven No. 1 barges and is prepared to do all
Mods of towing to either the Upper or Lower Coast
op the most reasonable terms. Has every facility for
the rapid handling of wood, bricks, cotton seed or ma
chinery; will drop coal boats at my point Is pro
vided with a complete diving and wTeckingappuratns
under the management of exjn- i.-ncos! r. and ii
ready for service at a moment's notice. Foi further
information inquire on board or to
■Pu —
<123 '75 ly
BOLAS TH HODOP P. iisuager,
-A Delta street.

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