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#The New Orleans Transfer, office at No. 840 Common street, between Carondelet and Baronne streets. Its agents pass through all railroad trains and meet all steamers approaching the city. They will check and deliver your baggage promptly on arrival to the hotels and private residences. The traveller pays the transfer agent and exchanges his railroad or steamship checks for Transfer's printed receipt. This receipt is delivered to the driver of the baggage van on receipt of the baggage. Parties stopping at the hotels should leave the Transfer receipts with the clerk of the hotel.

The New Orleans Transfer will also check your baggage on departure from any part of the city (hotels or residences) direct to destination, including all points in the United States, Canada, Cuba, and to borders in Mexico, and points reached by the United Fruit Company's steamship lines, upon presentation of tickets at the office, otherwise depot claim checks are issued. It is therefore prudent to get your baggage checked from residence to avoid the confusion around the depot at train time.

All baggage left at the depot will be subjected to storage charges for each piece at the rate of 25 cents for the first twenty-four hours or fraction thereof, and 10 cents for each succeeding twenty- four hours or fraction thereof.

# New Orleans Transfer Baggage Rates to all Points in the City.
Canal street to Napoleon avenue, one piece 50 cents
Canal street to Napoleon avenue, each additional piece 25 cents
Canal street to Napoleon avenue, four or more pieces, per piece 25 cents
Canal street to Jourdan avenue, one piece 50 cents
Canal street to Jourdan avenue, each additional piece, 25 cents
Above Napoleon avenue and below Jourdan avenue, one piece, 75 cents
Above Napoleon avenue and below Jourdan avenue, two or more pieces, per piece 50 cents
Special rates made as to quantity and time. Baggage called for and transferred from house to house by orders left at the office, or by phones 817.
Coaches of the New Orleans Transfer meet all trains.
Fare, 25 cents to hotels and vicinity.

NEW ORLEANS GUIDE, With Descriptions of the Routes to New Orleans, Sights of the City Arranged Alphabetically, ans Other Information Useful to Travelers; Also, Outlines of the History of Louisiana, By Hon. James S. Zacharie, Second Vice President of the Louisiana Historical Society, Member of the City Council of New Orleans. F. F. Hansell & Bro., Ltd, New Orleans. 1893, 1902
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New Orleans History 1897-1917