NP, ADV 1/1/1861

From the Advocate (Baton Rouge, La.)
January 1, 1861
Baton Rouge, Grosse Tete & Opelousas Railroad 
New Arrangements
   On and after Sept. 1st, the cars will leave Bayou Grosse Tete daily at 8 1/2 o'clock, A. M., and returning at 4 o'clock P. M. and an extra trip every Thursday, for the accommodation of passengers leaving the river at 12 o'clock, noon, and returning from Grosse Tete at 2 P. M.
   The train leaves Maringouin Station every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 A. M., returning every evening of the same days.
   Also, the extra trip on Thursday runs through to Maringouin.
   The steam ferryboat "Sunny South" will make three trips a day to the terminus of the road, as follows:
Leaves Baton Rouge at 9 1/2 a. m.
      "         "         "      "       1 p. m.
      "         "         "      " 3 1/2 p. m.
   All freight intended for the evening trains must be shipped by 1 o'clock p. m., that trip being made exclusively for carrying freight.
   N. B. Through tickets and excursion tickets for sale on the Sunny South
   An excursion train will run to accommodate pleasure parties, on application being made to the Superintendent the day previous.
C. H. Keese, Conductor