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r.. D W rIDAY MORNING. JULY 4, 1/@G.
IsP eta of July Orltlea.
s this la day which should be universally ob
st ed and pd$batd, the following "oration" is
lttI h petrio perusal:
uiktda&U f thte omting Fourth of July, the
ew 0 lD '~e fation" has been prepared to
A sthaedPtsand of the times:
• ,il t-et CQ.I&-di Thf ha land of liberty-for
"'let% ,iNt the osaedaey. His a land of freedom
Ibthseat1 power. Its a country where all can
ia:': baafltoy' se=provtletlall please the will of
e, eaee.srly. Itia, r ,n uoot,-the best government
S.= .jellscaver abuse upont, Hurrah for tho United 1
_ [erboidyj 1 aiipposoodto hurrah.]
. dmerod--[So tAlled bicaise it was discovered
bytolfombas;] aowon efthe five grand divisions
of theglobe. Atly.lehl ultimately become the
u (Mi. I e y ths e band.]
This Is great iontry.. It has longer rivers,
ld.gerlhdsde edadeie vj, breokeder railroads,
liher oil wells, smarter steamboats, wider
~ te" , !e.r riy;e badltms, taller grass and
Aietr gresehoppers, than y other country
s.tealaee bosomoftheocean. (Greatapplause) I
-t 5aOe m arreligion and deviltry in their
o "-,Jv more simpllsity and extravagance ;
..and. prete. on ; mtre sincerity and
. n ": : j.ore go abeaditiveness and hold
.. al.T.enss,. more reliability and humbugery.
sa,,,; y eothoes people on the face of God's foot
too..
Liberty and Aguall-May the former never
be acriloedi 6y those who iohld:attempt to con
strae the latterliteray . a
(Mauio by the band.]
Perhaps you would all like to know how such a
e: sir. ease to be discovered. Well, just before
t]igee. of the ifteenth century, say about 1490, o
it t became eident to the Spanish:Queon. Isabella, t
thbitthe people of Europe, Asia and Africa were
h. o governed toomuch for their own good, and by a
leag proceaof reasoning she came to the con. e
a oaelsion that people -had become old enough to I
gr a.. vethra~ maelves,providedthey had room enough
ytedeitlh. On looking around she found that all
cot 'esi ries of which she h ' any knowledge
we relready'"settled;" so'ashe sent for one Christ
ep' er Oblhnlriu a nhvigalor of note, and asked f
him if he thought -h cquld find a country unoccu
piedl where people tired of kings, queens, pricci a
loaf palitiea-and ibwers and "sich like," might go and Y
govern themlslvei and maintaulfe "Monroe doc
triMna" Mr. Colimbus seemed to think he could if
heladsAhe spendoolux to defray expenses. "That L
-,,, ysaball have," said the Queen, "if lhave to
spout my own jewelry and that of my relations to
raise it!". "Nuf sed," rcplied Mr. Columbus, and 1
he forthwith began uo prepare a chart to sail by,
sa. three ships (a little larger than "dug-ehts")
i= ms tastspoltias menii-id himself to "the land
where the armMete."
All thlagabeing ready, he set sail, and ept sail
I. anil... . he.bropght p, in;1492,.on an island just I
outside of the main land of this continent.
H; ving made this diasovery, he returned home,
(after some iron which'had been forged for him,) P
a :adborsly after, amerry cuss game -over and
.....e.. tha.ontinent, 04 F berfy set of ctsseswe P
ellAmersa ve beon ever sin., to be soure'; esn
lM pee.ssay f we happened to- bheQuakers during the
.istattemptseof the. Paritans to 'govern them
mlve!" I. this country; or Indians, wherever
o white me.0 have showo hemselves ; or soldiers t
ost prior to 1776; or "oeeeseoninte," ata later
"" dai. d - - - -d
)a TOAST,
2tle 4T'ofl Y erty-May it ne'er produce any
,;: reigs of'noblli, or'Off shoots of. tyranny; may
"' . .every rcei~ t wouldi put forth be nipped.in the
tend; tli eviery' Idiab become thmb-er and pliable
i athet'ibtidi'ofJustlee; nlid `',rle it is leaving,
may those Who bannio endure its shade leave too !
. uosic by the Bard.j
A..... g wit thieaountry was discovered many
t eesei anad birds of prey. Among the latter was
the somewbhat celebrated "American Eagle "
so-called beause no other country was ever big
enough to hold him when he sirieked. He is so
µ. , large that when he lights opthe Rocky Mountains
the tip of one of his wings dips into the Atlantic,
and the tip of the other into the Pacifio,
a a.d while hit tal is nipped with polar frosts his
head is acorehed withtropical rIye, and when he
Sshrks "-Hll Columbial" all Columbia hails!
iveotives. on kingdoms, empirds, and "sich
like; "-forbe itremembered that 'this is the beat
,r . gverament. the sen aver shone ' upon l--if any
msllncatho beplaced in the speeches of Fourth
ofJuly oate.t..
(As noe Oortiof July oration te complete unleas
amne refereque mas ade that fabled brrd, called
by the anrcints and moderns the "Phoenix "
b.r en rouoseyoer orator will here'ihtr.d.toest, for
tea it i mry 'bi'letith' ..It·his'no bearing upon
. the ubjeot, whatever.) "''
Weea elbri th dl t t lday ibedjt`is the annlver
yMr qf TIpt day. we out loose by pooclamation
oEta the . other country and undBrtook to go it
aimae. `"'f l".e do not get euchred, it will be
a' t be.' e L. fi'+ *di. bOth bowers, and the ace
,"'. br lhadaever-before held by any repob.
. - ': .lInri by the Band.]
ANx Aa beeelbent goversanet the sun ever
' fil l creation, by
)1 b ` 3 tk m e t;hWa.' oetmtea of
,v , en a * the "o o nroe doo
' r ' &t, ,t i3i a great coun
. y. onaa Th ed epplausioa.] t A s
1eM*M& btiY~ lter a fair estanrup or rough. 1
anf .'r ` fta- hehI ,T ,hlr. aktral Iuand acquired i
w-w ad»a W;9 -dbfA° dlit # At e to the bta.,
ld'pav *ý.9 .NeChare st at w Jersey, I
' p b. t e mLp o saa wh trhtol oyeten and
- , l d e , *M A : the dug we oels
e ai , weI Agsedelae, arera eodnstituttned I
aweennot Inert t, ;Iavg s 9antoetap>,t.I
tween drinae write " ele 6n S·asu !
r salesead t re oie y6du raiit Ild 1 repeat, anse
mas, thatthb Is as geat country, and then clone;
r- tyepgwersaoeallt, arlthirsty, nd youeorator
ti eda. ertelaty is.. The band san plfr the "itar
gled panLer," while the lauffence and its
, air. t df Janes Oatsegal's wholesale
We "' 2B iL Oh; I arles street, whose stek
,:. gnand en ediainefd, " hiatent medlrlnes, is
aet4Rite the stler SMoth.
' ai"' `cSiaots.;-To accomagodate
1 ombweeeoe ratextas who prpose to spend
el othdithe4Stshe th.elake, the Ponthbar
op wati ý aiQj lle a ti their cars, from e
aitvqry' ha lf hor, just as c
.n .+; : AY -.&# `.W#*Mherr W ,Med4Pubt he warm
S:e"hnt F s i ftealet the
;will most cer
et" h7 ;' ' ` tenth ill have the L
alai a M n a 'ipblio , tp-a
' 9ag9ood, ae t edý fboothsro
,wingr.ea .t
aehuow t that 1,
nthe.
. i -thef ay of eon
; ?tt w eof ob, willb e
LenolII.ana Intelllgene.
TF.TEmE.rORaN.- The Guard of the 30th says :
In some parts of the parish, o:r planters cum
plain of a want of rain, but generally .te.lotg,
the season has been very tavorablo for the crops
and for cultivation.
Our neighbor of the Plantersa' Banner has been
b- making a reoonnoissanoe in St. Marsy. We are
is pleased to learn that the crop prospects are much
better over there than we supposed.
be IBER0VLL..-Says the Pioneer of the 30th :
The weather has metamorphosed itself into a
hundred shapes during the last week. Despite the
late heavy rains the crops are hopeful, and the
for planters' countenances in the non-inundated ree
d t-ones re bright and jubilant.
so lfiaofCOLY ActonsrT.-Capt. Thos. R. Polk.
a worthy nscion of the Polk family of Tennessee.
of ad one among the best citizens of Mnorhouae
.it ptari1, was thrown from hit horse on the morn
d g of the 25th instant, and died in a few homes
from injuries received by the fail. Captain 1'.
was porsessed of rare soital qualities and a theart
rich in every good and manly ttribute. ste wnt
universally beloved by his acquaintances, atd bee
ed untimely death will be lmeuted by a larego aud
bereaved circle of frirnds. He reaves ant in
tereating family to mourn over his oelaate holy
rate, and wth wlhom we deeply syompathihi in tulls
afflicting dispensation of our allnwise Father.
IMonroe Teleraph.r
re, PLaQs utstss.-The Emrpire Parish says :
in, Our fields continue in excellent condition. They
r. will certainly yield fair crops of sougar, cotton anl
od rioe. Fine cotton pods are already to be seen
here. Our orange trees, in the words of a rcotem
ro porary, give promise soon to bend down their
ce heads with fruit.
sir The pnblic health is good for the season of the
year.
ad The Iberville South speaks of crop prospects as
follows :
On the coast portions of the parish the crops ot
t all kinds are poor and look badly. Shtould the
it- season continue savorable, we may noae seven or
eight hundred bales of cotton, and about the same
number of hogshoads of sugar the present yea'.
r against 20,000 bales of cotton and 45,000 hogsheads
of sngar, made annually before the war.
SrorT.--The disciples of nzaak Walton here
about are just now in ecstacies over the fisliong
privileges to be found in Bayou Plaquemile, near
Idian Village. Every mornig aud evening crowds
repair to the fishing grounds, and are usually re
re warded by the pleasure ot catching large numbero
0, of the tinny tribe, consifting of bass, perch and
a' trout.
, This sport, we are assureCa, is very iteigoratiacn
as no water is ever dranek by th terue fihcrmol.
a It our friend r yams, of the' Sugar Plan ter, wil
0. Come down and join one of our parti s, wte will
to promise him something better than the " mese ol
hofLfalo '" o whlich he sang so pathelically in a late
l number of lis j.,mrna ; beside, we can forani'h him
ll atheme for another poem. -[iberille South.
go A BAvOe SaRa "Don0.'--They munot hare
- osmart " dorgs" in Bayou Sara, judging froma the
ad following from the Ledger :
0 Our accommodating friend Jeems White, H.O. B.
at- of the Elephants, and the efficient man of the gaal
ad yard, has sot of the beat trained dorgs in the par
ish. We have frequently noticed tihe dorg with
' tsmall bundles passing by, but never suspicioned
if that she was performing a special duty dirctedI y
at I tosmaster, until yesterday, when, to our surfprisea.
to Jeems's dorg trotted into our ssnctul and I:aid a
rollof papers on the table. From a note in theL
papers we ascertained that Jeems -was not along.
nd but had stopped at the foot of the hill to cool (I1
wy, while the dorg went on the errand. Bully for the
a, do'g, and thanks to Jim for thenm papers.
d LaForcocot.-Tho Thibodaux Sentinel says the
tableaux vivants at that place were "a complete
il- success," were witnessed by a large number of
t people, and realized a round sum of money. They
were for the benefit of the Episcopal church.
e ST. JAnns.-Le Loaisianais says the tobacco
planters have commenced cutting their crops.
td The Baton Rouge Gazette says the crops in that
re parish, "for the most part, look promising."
SEAsT FELCttaos.--The Clinton Patriot of the
t30th says:
uFrom all parts of the parish we have more en
conragement as to crops, and we now look for a
if respectable report from the planting oommunity in
, the fall.
tr Wsp BaTOn Roeon.-Old Sol continues to nour
ter WEST BATON Roue..-Old Sol continues to pour
down his burning rayu upon a parched, dusty and
cracking soil. Most of our planters are out of the
greasen; and'generally seem willing to have a good
shower, jnst for the sake of trying to "lay by."
'y The health of the parish continues excellent, sel
;he dom hearing of anything worthy a physician's
ate notice. We hope it may continue so, for we have
never yet found out the use of doctors in a healthy
community.-[Sugar Planter.
ro! ºa
WELL EAIonoD PIOMOTION.-As will be seen
ny upon reference to our advertising columns, Mr.
as Charles Ballejo became interested in the house of
- W. H. Henning & Co., our neighbors across the
ig street, on the 1st of July. As is said above, this is
so awell earned promotion, for we have known of no
eo more untiring, industrious and faithful business
o, man than Mr. Ballejo. He is popular; and his
0, popularity is built upon his general courtesy of
Is deportment. His knowledge of his business ap.
le pears to be perfect, and the house which has taken
- him in partnership, no doubt, has made a wise
Ih move. We wish him all success as a merchant and
at as a citizen.
y SAILrNG or THE FUNO SnucY.--The steamship
Pung Bhuey, Captain Hildreth, commander, sails
this morning at 8 o'clock for New York, with a faull
s freight and the following passengers :
rd cacr. Ot Aurtin, Mr W C Howard, M tr heprd, N.rsA
Bieturz, rn Davenrpor, Miars AkeOn, Clie n Qu. k, N Gitlis, J
Snage.. W W CIoleman. W C Ioward, ixi, Flolodrs. tri
)r Flndern and Chld. SMr Stokes, Mrs Sedgwtcks J Cmpbell. R
DaT. Ho Pornion, M nRberth C Keeter, r cnames, wie, four
c hiltden endearvnt, Thee d Johnson and fiuily, AS Hanrt
nd lady, C Andraews, W Bn.es, O M Romington, L Breton
'trElmem H Thompson, M KayHer, B Sonler, at a Michaebl, M
r- Henry and others.
in AeTWnt
rri vls ast thel Parncipal .hotels.
s ST. CHARLES HOTEL-Mrs P cWiliiams, St
lMary parish; Miss Lizzie McWilliams, do; H C
h VaughanTeecaloosa, Ala; D F Cage, La; John
Brwn,~,N Y ; A Wileahn, Tex ; James Buekland,
St tL c; A A Solomon, Atlanta, Ga; J J Hart, do;
C N Ferguson, Memphis; H B Davidson, Va ; oR
Elltt, Miss; J H Snider; F A Frost, La Grange,
Gal T Thornton do; H Whittaker; .H G MeClentey,
y Mbile; Rev E J Bomill, Ala-hMrs 8 E H Simmons,
if p;.N G4Boepple, Houston; Joo 8 Thrasher, Texas;
S'Ells Tnn; F Holster, N Y; Afred Shaw,
(TYH HOTSL-R D Keith and wife, Sabine
Pass: Texas; Mrs Rhodes, W B Dickerson, J e
eorvell, Texas; O W Greenlee, ity; Dr Nicholson,
iss B Turnlpeed do; D Cowan do; N Esmond
C;J RBMet' ep, 1So A; G H Ansen, W A Champ.
in, Vass Christlian; J Porteoas, city; W H Tegar.
le iis sl ppi city; S Witherill, Egg's Point,
Wothy, do; W D Bagley, La; A L Grib
hling, Wharton, Texas; M W Baker, Chappel Hill,
Texas; J M Stallworth, Falls of Brazes, Texas; J
E Tomlinson, do; C Magee, do; S B Sanwioch and
famlly, Galveston C Fowler and family, do;
SCherry, do; Miss herry, do; J G Lawson, Mse; J
Samuel, Point Worth., exas; T Lewis and wife,
d; B R Brownaso, N Y; J Schwartz, Texas; J A
Teney, O S Lesnope, Texas; W K Little and
Sfamily San AntoAio.
STJAMES HOTEL--J J Taylor, Attakapas; G
itr B.rry, H L Sfer Black river; J Belson, W W L
, Bobbins, Ark: V Keep, W S Yarnes, Miss; F
Corkery, Richmond, Va;J B Wilson, Summit, Miss;
sG B Lenor, don Mrs A Smith, Montecello, Miss; I
SScarborogh, nkn county, Miss; D Ashton, A
Simon, Covington, La; M Stevens, Cnn M
Kirk, Mrs Harris, Mrs Stone, Mississippi; J Y
i Mills and wife, Louisiana; Miss M A Mills, J
g Milsr, r East Fehsoiana; J B Chandler, city;
Wat Landlugham and wife, Houston; Miss i'
Traynham. Jhappel Hill; Mrs Bohannon, Dr Smith,
SFlip pen, G Goldthwaite, A Badet, B Salter,
Texas; D I Cooper, Mrs Ceooper, it Cooper, R It
Cooper; N Murphy , M Marcus, P Edgert, 0 S Ed.
gert, B Sargeni, Galveston; Mrs Tlsomas and three
h children, Miss McMorrls MrsTaylor, Dr J B Bailey
wife and four children, Galveston.
WBan a CANImN MAY Do.-The Chicago Bepub.
ican sys Rev. Mr. Grinnell, M. C. from Iowa,
would have been renominated if the news of the
assault upon him by Gen. Rousseau had reached
home befbretheconvention washeld. Whereupon,
ay, the Rochester Express, (Rep):
.u a cans would secure a renomination, Gee.
Roaslau's eforta would be in g great demand
e smong anxious members of Congress."
Stver 31UxieItgwe.
e OU Irs a r Om neunr rr s nr B , E
ws._ ay ee trorningJuly i, I8 |d
Yeterday was cool, and would have been very
pleasant i it had not been for the dust, which has
become almost nnbSarble. We had alight indi
utilonsaa of rin, which would be quite acoept
Sable.
Buiness on the levee was good. The boats that
Sleft yesterday had god trips, especIally the Grey
Eagle-abe had alt he wanted in the way of
freight and pgsegers. The steamers that are
aunqusled for departure to-day wre also recelt.
Ing very freely. The Starlight was unable to
larve yesterday; shabe will positively leave at 1t rs
o'clock to-day. The Louis D'Or and Duabloon w
are receiving to leave this evening.
The fivorite steamet ldahoe is receiving, nrd
leaves for Camden and way landings on Frnlay
next. Capt. Nilk MtLaughlan has taken comn
mand, and Capt. Sanm lawson will officiate in the
ftlie. SFend your freight soon, as the Idahoe will
positively leave on Friday.
By a telegram to Messrs. Stevenson & Douglass
we learn that the steamer Virginia will be in port
to-day, and will leave again to-morrow for ,Mem
phis. Cairo and St. Louis.
The M. S. 8. Mepham passed Memphis yesterday.
She will arrive, to leave again on Saturday next
for St. Louis and intermediate points.
The Indiana will also arrive, to leave again on
Saturday next, for Louisville'and intermediate
landings.
The Mollie Able will arrive during the day, and
leaves again on Friday next for St. Louis.
CoANGtE O Scnore l.e--The Atlanlti and Miti
sissippi steamship copnpany's boats will hereafter
leave here every other day, making sixteen day
trips, instead of two week trips, as formerly.
We return our thanks for favors to tile oficersv
of steamer Irene.
CaIro., dlue 80.-The rivcr at this point is re
ceding slowly.
The weather was fine and pleasant all day. with
a clear u.uest.
Business was somewhat more b:!Ui than had
been fur some days.
Tie Shamrock left at at edrick' wharf-boat a
fair quantity of ireight for New Ocleans.
ST. Loris, dJune 30.--Tlhe decline i tilhe river
here is steady and rapid. The Illinois continuec
to fall, with only three feet below Peoria. The
Pekin was pretoy light comingo dawn. and stuck a
little while on Naples oats. bilhe makes one trip
more in the Illinois, but hardly another if the water
does not rise. The Belle of Pike. Naples packet,
also stuck a short time on the flats. She went up
again yesterday, but probably a smaller boat will
take her place soon.
The Upper Mississippi is rising and in good con
dition, and the Missouni is hifih enoughl for any
boat or cargo.
The weather keeps delightfully cool. Bosiness
on thle rivers, especially to the Sotli, contiuue
Unlroioitably doll.
The Cumberland at Nashville ws falling yester
day, with six feet water on Harpeth shoa!s.
The Luuisvice will leave this afternoon f.er New
Olanls. She was receiving a iiber,l amouvn o,
stoit Yesterlay.a Capt. A. Q. Itos commalnda.
Capt. Lolyd T. Bellc erk J. S. I'vhnri , ses i
the eatu'e , relw 'of thc Juiio take chIarge of iI.
()live irae-c . Ths fio tlir i .s r h pasi lm c t i cav"
chic eveing lfor New Oiess,:.. ('ap5t. ae H.
Jones is about to n:.,ke a trap ea-tward. ('alplan
A. i. Wiliams. fwor merly of the ('houteau, St. Louis,
wqtlthw(eter, etc., has taken coim:ltdI l 0 :I
l.lazie (il. This elagnifivent steamir wil leavti
so-lasv Ior New Ollenus. t'aptics-. - ,h..',
take Icharge of tile Marciell. \ilailh lie ownsan
iateee-t. The latter guesc up tise --ucris ri liv.
I:l!is Harrls informs tile c:n:lltps All of tie
27th that the foiliowing st,-nli so ar-e gent rally
utentitnied as Mle,his and N-.w Ol'leaus peers:
nert tall, viz: i zzle Gill. [t irt Ai 'e, Soutlhrnlr.
hisgenta. Mollie Able. Mi-iippi, Atlanti, W. It.
Arthur and leury Ames--ail ranking amolg tihll
insest, best and swiftest of X\-stern steamer-. Th'
ArgIs says Captain Dan Able gets not $90 0110,
bur l12,0i0 for carryrig the Arkansas river o mailt .
diehn W. ,Lewis, of t;laeisc-, il-. has sold one
sixteenth of the steamer \Vm. J. Lewis to inolt.
Ferguson ior $3730.
Toe business season is rapilly dlrawing to n
close, and fly time will soon be itnauiuriated iu
good earnest. For the next six weeks there will
oe very little life upon the waters, and outsile vo
the regular packets, steamboat matters wilt be
rely quiet. Tile reveipts of produce have alreal;
declined considerable, while shipments to all iuinto
are becoming very slim.
A resolution has been introduced into the com
mon council at Fittsburg for an abatement of 2
per cent. on the wharluge of steamboats, espe
ially those making weekhi trips. h discus-!,
ensued on the mnlatter. during which it was ss t-.d
that the wharfage hand been increased douring the
past few years at least 75 per cent. We think the
price charged steamboats for wharfate at 't.
Louis is pretty high, and no doubt our boatmnc
would be very thanklul for a reduction, especially
since the river trade has become o unprofitable.
Tihe steamer J. T. Hall, that recently sunk at
Gallar RIock, Arkiansas r;er, wasr a small tern
wheeler, built by Capt. John L. Woodbiar. at
Pittaburgh, seven years since. Si:e was valsedl at
$1,000, and was insured in the follotving Mitts
burg offices: Eureka n 6,000, Pittsburg -..000.
STEALING a BOATo--They havie cute thieves in
Indiana. One of this fraternity reently sitole a
canal boat at Fort Wayne loaded with goods. He
towed it to Toledo, and from tihence took it to
Cleveland, nwhere it wasi tiansferred to thie Ohio,
canal. It was overhauled at Lock No. Eleven, by
the owner, and taken possession of. From this it
will be seen that some men are not particular what
t cy steal.
TaE FASrEST STEAMER IN THIE c oRL.D.-The
Egyptian paddle-wlheel steam yacht Maroussa,
Captain Fredrigo Bey, built under the superin
tendence of the Peninsular and Oriental Company.
by Messrs. Samunda Brothers, of London, arrived
on Saturday, May 12, at 6:30 r. a., having per
formed the voyage from Southarsoton n tile on
precedented short time of 157 hoomu. ihen under
tull steam she consumes seven tons of coal an
hour, and is without exception the fastest vessel
afloat. At the measured mile in Stokes's bay her
average speed was upwtrd of 18-t knots an hour,
which is equal to about 20j statute miles an
thour.-[Malta Times.
DorBLOON FOR RED RIVeR.-.-This well-known and
justly popular passenger packet leaves this evening,
at 5 o'clock, for Shreveport and intermediate
landings. Her cabin is one of the finest that comes
to our port, and appointments, for convenience
and comfort, are complete. Her success as a pas
senger packet is ensured, and we take great plea
sure in commending her to all travelers bound up
the river to-day. Captain George D. Hite is in
command, and Mr. T. J. Reeder is in the office.
Sr NICaOLAS FOa BAYou SAR.--Epress Pas
senger Packet-The new, superior and fast passen
ger packet St. Nicholas, Capt. S. Heno comman
der, and Mr. J. C. Libano clerk, leaves this morning
at 10 o'clock lor,Baton Rouge, Port Hudson, Bayou
Saraand all intermediate landings on the coast.
The St. Nicholas is one of the most desir
able passenger packets in the trade. Hier
superior in all those thousand qualifications
which, combined, go to make up a first
class packet has yet to be launched. In a word,
she is a " crack" packet, and the public know it
and patronize her accordingly.
MARY FOR MOBILE.-The splendid new low
pressure passenger packet Mary, Capt. A. L.
Myers, commander, leaves as above from the
lake end of the Pontchartrain railroad at 12
x. to-day. Agent-I. C. Harris, corner of Camp
and Common streets.
IRENE FOR OPEILOUAs.--The fine, fast and com
plete passenger packet Irene, Capt. 0. Hinckley
commander, and Mr. M. Kenison in the office,
leaves at five this evening, for all landings as
above. The Irene has a neat and comfortable
cabin, has good and safe officers, and can give first
class accommodations to a large number of pas
sengers.
COTIL FORn BAYOU Macon aND TENSAS.--This
new and unsurpassed passenger packet, in com
mand of Captain R. G. Rawlings, and Mr. Eugene
Brady clerk, leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for the
above and way landings. The Cotile has a neat
and comfortable cabin, with spacious state rooms,
and is under the command of the most prudent
and competent steamboatmen.
STARLIGHT FOx RED RIVE.--The justly popular
and unique passenger packet Starlight, Capt.
Chas. Hayes, commander, and Mr. C. F. Hayes,
clerk, leaves this dayat 12 x. for Shreveport, Jef
ferson and all way landings. Her passenger accom
modations are unsurpassed by any boat in the
trade, while her commander and officers are no
less popular than the boat.
RUTe, U.38. MAIL PACKET FOR ST. LOCRs-.At
lantio and Misisssippi SteamshipC, mpany.-This
splendid and fast passenger packet, in charge of
Capt. John A. Duble, with Mr. A. Clark in
the office, leaves this evening, at 5 o'clock, for all
landings up to St. Louis, connecting at Memphis
and Cairo with the railroads for all points east
and west. The Ruth is a popular packet in the
line, and always has full trips of freight and pa- .
sengers. The Ruth is a first-class packet, and is
managed by excellent officers and experienced
boatmen.
Louis D'Qa FOR SnREVEPORT.-The swift and
favorite passenger packet Louis D'Or, Capt, Che
ney Johnson, commander, and Messrs. Smith and
Groves, clerks, leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for
the above and way landings. The Louis D'Or has
a large and splendid cabin, with all the modern
mprovements. Her reputation for speed is too
well known to require comment, while the widely
known character of Capt. Johnson as an old, tho
rough and oareful commander is a enufficient guna
rantee of her reliability and safety. Passengers
will find her table spread with all the market
affords in the way of luxuriant fare.
d arine ntlt4lliugtnce.
it t'iln'in , J iy 4 160i. 1
Clr..d d n>.trrdu,.
i Stea.nship Fung Shuey, Hildreth, for New Yol.
. A lFondic I,
s Steamship Alliance. Perlius, for Vera (runz.
t Perkins & Iersey
Steamship Morgan, Lawless, for Galveston,
is
Steamship N P Banks, Pepper, for Pensacola,
aHw-es & liowenc
t Steamer Mary Conley, English, for Mobile, Master
Steamer Orleans, Waye,. for Mobile, Master
Steamer Jennie Rogers, tHodler, for Montgomlery,
n Maler
io teamntr RMth, Duble, for St nois. Mate
lBark Ilarry, Blair, for New Yorik,
Xl li\ Ivnost &co
Bd dark Warren Ordwny. Hloyt, for l ;Itn,
Rivaers & Clan
ark Riosina. Pierson, for CarJdnas, in bac:l.la
Thourndke & Norton
Nor b.rk ('onstantia, IHa.scn, lfr I Nrdhaux,
y l\" It Icaddt I ld ,rll
,i¢ 1 1 trove, Itawhins, for Bostou i ,\ Fosdickc
. 1x schr Torea. Mttites. for TLapicn, Puig Blros
cteaocn''t I t Harris 'ow!rr, - ,c I ,Iit cd la ::d
i lortou, tol C Hari to 1st. l't ii
SShipi N l:,,'lyn , lly',,. 21 dayi , froml Bootoan, to
tG A Focsicl.--lt docrit Icc
Ircemn shlp Louis H.nry. l,'ydon, fomtn !titsoeilec,
1oth Malch, to L cinacc 2d ditrt
Lenrita PTamer iom ic'h Pan-- i-Wnt cictc
clgi-t--rought up ships Louis nlccy and N
Boynton
Irene. iunckley, ltom Washington.
c J M Sharp, Streckc, from Tlubodaux.
Mary, Myers, from Mobile.
; At Qnnrmmln,.
lDanish bark Boy Ben Dixon, Christepoen, frt o
Havana 9th May, via Cienluegos loth ult
(Cargo, 300 bxs 41% hids sugar DU Cbhaliaix
cxLorte Yetcerdny.
NEI'W YOiRK-Stieamship Tung Shiey--749 bales
cotton 97 bales wool 21t bbls flour I i pkgs mdse
NEll\ YOIt:l-Bark tlarry--41 ct ales cotton 22
bt - ,-¢}n 7, iale, paper stol: 72,t skv ,ttnn
ed 717 gun bto - "s ,-0 te !:ard 73 bb:.is h e .a bl
cldtr 1101 tib!c Ilouri ,im t c ittccl "
IO-lI()N "-ri.t R ic , -v- '-7I btales cotton <0
hale· palter st, ek ald sucdries
a tit 't ---l r k Ior w:- , I.c li bc.de cot
r, to :,! ale r s 4s roll- leather '1,(0 horts at!,,
sundries
1i I \t .10l \'lX--d ark C, 'U iaL--io I '-le: --t'<t
\t' INL t'lth. --S ,,-l-ip , llia' "o-- "0 h,
• +'ott¢ fii ( ,t;ales hay 2100 bx, 0a ' , - '
It 1I.0c0 fIet hlI-tber
.. t:.~i.' E, 010' N- Steantshin Mor.: t, -.t hill: n
1 1,. i) t tPi, I
c,,ir Sou o1., corn 1 0 1 . . :,it :t lit ccci.:;
S I'N:l .'OL. --''-t :c,,n - N- P i n! 2.- w.0 1
130cN'I'c 'lnt tBY-" 05,0a0r Iemie at -
Ilds 'c l it.la ii-d--
S' LOU S--Steamelt liuthl- 110,040: n ;i'ts etc
lmPoilt YeNter atl .
INI)T \NOT1 A AND f A IESTO N--Steamshi,
" I' t naroin-St ble c t.ini [! X\+,, I. 0 . t t - iV ,
u 5. 1; T'tllS-i: do FraItke & ((.mn:d 2 J c Blamr
.e i e-! J [ Adamll s &,n-- _2 hhd. m,,;,ar Illt [l~:[:l
c t. 10o --10 do lDui ls. illunn &,, --1 . beadn
'.oi tle Mculioin. Srlie &-- .1. " ill steoie and
- oda . ll s-LRose.ON ,tz-,l 1\datllS&, ) .1 Sde
Ancaoll-Texas Expres--F couni- 14 .ll-T 3,yr
Ke ifer BroB--('onverhe & lo'inel- -I 3 Sw(en'Son
1inum & Frank- 1 :+,,rk & r "heo J S WVal:i
' W\, Cavll naocs -F:,ai -k1 & c lacne'o-F B-P lln0o
Mlartl, Dolhonde & Cobb-- Schmidt & 7-tgler- W
11 Bunnell-and order-Total 113 bales cottcu 32
10 hhid nioar
c I'.TOX--Slhiu, N 1%ntun-:'00 toi:t iio Kranl
MJOBILE--Steamer Mary Su ndries to order
.teel tP of .Producce Y-tetdan.
X WASHINiGTON-- temer Irene--ll blais cotton
n Darby, Mouton &co-1 d) Friedlaudr o& ierson
t 1 bale wool 3 box eggs Dar:!- & Gaia, -1 ba: rot
to yarn Block Baus-2 b1l, t, le l . :3; hide- J L
:ouret-1 bale wool Ober. Atwater &cu I bhl
callow 14 hides J llei!seu--and sundries to order-
lTotal 12 bale cotton
TIIIBODAIUX-Steamer J M1 Sharp -- bdl hid
I 17t pligs e'gs 7I co potatoes IL Terrebonne--ll di
oI) Bourgeois--3 bla poot atoos F Chan',t- 20 alto d(
S16it hides Z Picou-152 s c s potatoes clo skt ouiusc
t. yantre-sundries to ordero
it fccellt bn RallroM't.
t N. O., J. & G. N. R. R.--July 3--23 bales cot.
ton J R Powell-- do R Pritchard-3 Tom & Sam
Henderson-- J & G Cromwell--ll 1R 1 Adams-
Lacey, Terry &co- 2 T II & J3 Allen-7 W B
thmbiapsono--2 Payne, Huntington &co 7 iBradley,
Wilson &co--llSumnters & Brannins--1 M ,J Zuntz
Sco77 feet lumber Peter Mlarkey--4505 do Redding
& Johnson -0400 do J 11 Clhandler--2'-t do John I'
Baker-S no s wool A I) Hinkle &co-and sundries
to order-Total 71 bales cotton
N. O., U. & G. W. R. R.--Jly 3--1 h:des
1 nd tsundries Surle--15S head cattle and sundries
to order
_ S'_IAEAMIISIIIPS.
LIVERPOOL.
SSTEAM BTIVWEEN IMVERLPUOL AND NEW ORLEANS,
e alini at Havaua and Qumu aown to land andlmbaSri Maile
S and Passenger; taking Coton, and signing billsdof ing
e here at through rate of lreight hence to St. Peteesbg,
Moscow, Rigs, Hambuig, BremeS . Antwerp, Rotterdam,
- Gothenburg and Hav .
p Steerage passenger tickets a granted hereby th line to bring
Spsasegoberslrom iverpool or Queenstoin to New Orlena,
for $50 in currency, per adult.
The final vort of Jtgtliation may be either fixed on slgning
the bills of lading, or declared by the holder of the bill
I- of lading within twelve hous ater the semer's arriva
g at Liverpool, thus afording the importer the choice of
u market.
¶50l. BRITISH AND AMERICAN STEAM
r Navigation CompaonyLbmlted, wall dispatch the fohlowing fab
Spowered Iron Screw steamship between
LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS DIRECT,
Sailing from IVEMRPOOL and NEW ORLEANS Monthly
Daring the Summer:
LOUISIANA ........... 174 ns......P. Jamlson, OCaptal
MISSISSPPI............ 1711to ......J. Campbell, Captan
FLORIDA ...............183 tens...... Flinn, Captain.
SMISSOURI...........1W64 tons......A. Hancock, Capta
ARKANSAS ...... .....186 tons......T. Barron, Captain
ALABAMA .............. toms...... Wm Meney, Capt.
GAMBIA .................1661 tose......J. Graham, Captinh.
CAROLINA ..............11 tons....... Halrby, CaptIla.
BOLIVIAN ..............1 s...... H. P. P. Conch apt
Oabln Ps e to Liverpool $12 gold, or t15 eqdivalent Is
c furraney.
SFor rat of freight apply to
HUNTER, ASKEW A CO.. 41 Osndelet street
Consignees of goods awsre spctfltly desired to present their
BiUls of Lading at the ofice, pay their freight, and obtain de
livery order for the sama
GIALVESTON--INDIANOLA.
FOR GALVESTON, INDIANOLA AND LAVACA.
MORGAN LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Ieaves on THURSDAY, July 5, at8 L.
PASSAGE TO GALVESTON.............................$2
PASSAGE TO IDIANOLA .............................. 0
Freightby this steamer to Galvesto, Indianola and Lavaca
at rsed d rates, and as low as by any other steamer now up
for either of the above ports.
Freight delivered at Lavaca by lighters free of extra charge.
FOR GALVESTON, INDIANOLA and LAVACA
The lew pressure sdls-whbel steamship
Morgan,
JOHN Y. LAWLESS, Commander,
Will leave as above, fom the foot of St. Joseph street
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
5. C. HARRIS, Agent,
Comer Camp and COmmon street
Bills of lading ligned at the Agent's omoe.
These steamers, crrying the U.. Mals, .ave pPmntSely
as advelused
Coal O11 raselvd in metal pckagus only.
q- A steamerof this hue will leave every third day for
above ports
BLACK STAR LINE.
To sel os THURSDAY, JSI Mb, st 7E'lock T. .
PASSOR TO GALVESTON ......................... $21
PASSAOE TO IN5IANOLA'.'d LsAsd A".... ". ... A0
FREIGHT TAKEN AT THE LOWOS CURRENT RATE.
FOR GALVESTON, INDIANOLA AND LA
vla-The faIt and splendid sidewheel steamship
LHilan,
F. OLSEN, Commander.
Will sall as bose, from her wharf, foot of St. Joseph street.
Fo freight or paf age, having unanrp5ased acommodatios,
appls 01 GEe. A. FOSDICK,
8 Camp street, comer NatSheS steL
-EBilR of Lading signed a the Agentls oic
'TEA lIsIIIPs.
NIOW 'Utk. -------~· =.
NEW Y0ORLLt.
NEW YORK MATIL TIL.AIRltiIiP iIOMPANY.
STAR LINE OF SrEAMSIIIIPS,
FOR NE R YOIRK DILRECO-THE NEW
and splendid sidewheel stiamship-
MORNING STAR ...... 1W ton. ....Hower Cuommandi.
EVENING STAR..... 201 tons....Dolicy, CRommndn..
GUIDING STAR..... .1 too.... .RBey, otmm tnder .
MRIING BTAR......... 23 tone.... Nelton.ommanR dr.
The new and rh t alas. e . rcrw tesmnhips
MIRRISSIPPI E....I...... 23 ton-....Furbr, O m Ind g.
SMERRIMACK.......202911 .Vto ...Va IieooIorading.
i ARIIP'IOA............1M2o au ... Qoolk, Cooolm liuqg.
MONTEREY........ 1231to2....Wlntman, COomoanorllng.
The new and Brat elahu calle x bd nte owlup
Evening St t.r,
t Will lrae -tile a·lopauy'e bVte rl', m a t as l, ackyatt ,Ti tere,
ou :.IoURDAYIo.. u R , .t 7 a oo. I
Thelhoet ompared of aheuI,.st mad mto elegantt atm
hiips which have ever heml hlliit Ih, thl country ettr tny bemo~
Sline. TheyTlrein'everyropct !,t2,I .oi u:.l.brrl.ea nn tl,'
rute upon whiah they ruEn. Thei nDnlycer ateor8mod atone.
undlng, 0 lt alt tLime d0ri0hg JuBine LD, horrT, ond tLe ',mIpan:Iy':
r.rte+ for freight will alw.r) be maide ae low .. by any oter
For frelpht or pare Soa pi-, to
J. .0 . OOUARTENAO AgInA
.1 (lartdelet rset n t
FOR NEW TYOKii DIRECT.
BLACK STAR LINE,
T 3 s-i"l on WEDNEDAY.' luly I, .t1 .. 2.
FoR3 NEW YORK--'TE ELEIANT, VERY
tftl and favorlto steamship
0. B. RILDRITII, Cm,, nder.
Wri1,ll from her wharf, foot 1,l St. J,,.ph atee street, I r l0 i,
F irst b'. a, pi age . .... ....... . .3
I.r.o. . rl·bI . O ,lo.0. ooe ...... .... ........... o o
Fnr frei !t or pta ge , L,, i - . ,l soM da
li ,appyl to UE,- A. FI IOICT,
NEWl i, i 0.T .03 , 1, 3t , f, Ii ,.; AND HAVANA.
AND TIo- V, 11-:. V,,. T ,,
L.lbrltý.
IO i .o R A: L I. . .: : '! r1 tR. 13 T.
i .....: ' t Oe K :IIeEn -
F Ior ,r i r p,, , ? f.tly t i . ..
E RFor lTTbro .,, Duo I ., ' ,' L oo C
REE1.0, N!00KLR n
F r Ad . IOA ," rC O LA :. " ,. .
WI, 1r03 h r ie il ,1 h o i2, ":" -,.nI . ,i· I D 3 o. .
Fo, EAl, ll tP LI0 0.
FOR NF''` YORK DIE'|T-'. AIT [ i\
w;.ll leave he rthnrf , rot e ' - u; ,Id Cafe , N:tI " D,.-t., I
PiF. T Cnb EA M.N.;ar a | LINF.
For frcight or pa-rwago "pplj t,
11 T-AL 1C I -" C , I7.: t . ..
TI. l pl.;tholnaoek,
Wil l lp ., . 4 nb,-e, '. ^ :'~,t 17, ! rsrt Di.- ,et.
47 U"arl-e, dit xtreet.
PENMSACOLA.
WARRINGTON, PENSACYLA AND MILTON.
To sail on THURSDAY. 501 ist, a tI oclock n. s.
FOR WARRINGTON, PENSACOLA AND)
MILTON-The Am fAlt sAl:og 1 eea:,,,!up
Llizie, f
WM. WREBER. C.rAo .,r ,
wTilail pos.itis1yaSbove, -n, tLhe head f New Sil.
For freight or p,=-ageo apply to
MERRITT, DUNlHM, McKINNELL A CO.,
C'-trondeet trwt.
STEAMBOATS.
VICICSBUliG
VIOKSRBRG, N&TCIIEZ AND NEW ORILEANS REU
LAR TUESDAY U. S. MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY, at 5 P. '.
(Attending to all husioess nf stenanr Generad tt:itela )
OR VIGINKIUBUIG, NATDITEL. A IGRAND gULt,
L' Rodney Fort Admns Bnyou Sara Port Htldso, BtoL
Rouge, Pluqnemie, Donldsonvile, anid 0 iol. rmerdiae roast
ad plantaMn Iadni g.-The msgs, ficent poIunger packet
p reyi Eagle.
J. M. WIIITE M aster.
willleavlos above. The Grey Eagle will ra1ie Ilreslt aid
p.sengera for Memphis snd rhe Bend- with pro ego of re.
shipping on the seamer Deos Arc. and oIlr YV,., Rs sr , h
he privilege of re.hiping ont ta.y Erv N,..
comufort, speed and safIty, this boat is n.rp, sed, ad lr
table is sspplied with the best the markct affords. For'freight
or passage apply on board, or to
E D OITE, 4 Grnter street.
TITUS & WARTNEY, S3 Tcbooitonls r l.
For information relatlve to Iz o RH ; r llrelgIhts, apply ol
board or to
VIROINIUS C. DENTZEL. Aldvsrtising Agent
VICKSBURG AND NATCHEZ PACKET FASIIION.
Leaves every SATURDAY, at P. .
F cO DONALDSONVILLE, PLAQUEMIME
Pss orudsons Batn Ronge. Bayou Sara, Fort Adams, Hat
PE1, Waterproo St. Joseph, Rodney. irnnd Gulfl, Warrentos ,
New Carthlse and Vicksburg-Ths magnifient posgeng
.seamer FIon P. D. Pratt, master, E L. and F.L
K. Ludwigsn clerks,will leave as above. For freight or pas
sage pply on oard, or to TITUS & OGWARTNEY.
3 Tbhoupitoulas strees.
VIROINIUS C. DENTZREL. Advertising Agentr.
B.BAYOU SAARA.
Lsas_ every WEDNESDAY at 10 A. X., asnd evsery SATU.
DAYatSp.s.
-oR BAYOU MAltA, BATON ROUGE, PLA
--" quemle, Donaldsonvlle, and all intermediates lndin5 -
The new d anspelt slds'ghal IteamerS t. Nlsesols , S.
Heo, mtsr, J. o. Libaoo clerk, will leave as aove. Re.
urning, .sh i leave ayou S ara'eIvery SUNDAY and
THURSDAY.or reight or ssge apply to
LEONGE BAYHI, 16 Bienville st
Shippers are rsproible for Cayment o freight.
VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEL. Advertsling Ageni.
REGULAR BAYOU SARA PACKET.
STEAMER NINA SIMMES--W. R. IREATIIOUSE, Mster
TRGXLER and MILLER, ClerkK .
avess eve MONDAY at P. ., and FRIDAY at 0 A. >,
FOR HAYOU SARA PORT EUDSGON BATON
SRouge, Plauemines, Donldsosvil and all inter
Rmediate landings on the coast taking freight for all Inodls
n SBayou Lafourch. For sielght or passage apply on hoard,
TITUS A OWARTNEY. Anent No. S Tbhopltoila st
VIRGOITNIU C. DENTZEL. Adverliinoh Asesnt
COASJT.
LOWER COAST PACKET.
Leaving every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY, at 10 A. w.
FOR TILE FOHT$, QUARANTINE STATION
F . ras Soetlement Polnt'-a I. Hache. Jeuhis' Bend, and
all landings. and pntai.os on the roulte--Tlha splendid and
Aast stemer A. A. -rown Alex. QIeanst, noster, will
uoninthe above trade the entire a--n, leaving as above.
Rseturnln will comle up the Coastl esery MOIINDAY and
THURSDAY, i dayliglht, arrisvin at the l ty Ieiro dark.
Shippers and passengers con rely on the BROWN " mninq
o the most complete repair. Fb r freight or C I asge apply on
boardor to JNO. E. I11DE b CO..
N. B. Commenclag on Sunday. July 1t5
OPELOUTJSAS.
Leav.s Every SATURDAY, at 6 o'clock r. .
FOR OPELOEISAS ,WASHINGTON PORT BARRE.
s moth Bayo Rongs, .and aR issntermediate landingson
.ayou Co.rtableas, Atehafalaya and Miosssippi overs.-The
es., lght-draughtpssengersteamer Clseonas s C. Pickett
ma.ter, J. . chm1t clerk, will leave as above. Returning,
ll leasve Washsgtlon every WEDNesDAY MRIRINGO, at
o'clck,. Psarticulsparattention id to cost business Fur
FlgRSor lVIps ps splys bson. HS EASt. Lous sel street
IRII C. DETZEL, Advertising Agesn.
Leve., New Orleans EVERY WEDESDAY. at r. Sit
F(O] OP MLOUdAR, WA EHIN TON, FORT BARER,
SBlmmsporslsCh Byou Bouge. and all intermediate
landinges oý ¢ ouourtablean and 'Atehafalla rltvr--·The
regI.r ew Orleans anD Opelou.ss weekly packet steamer
Ioea, O. Hleklne, I mster, MI. Kensn,, lark, 1will
las u -sve. For frelPht orDr a ge 5apply no board, or t5
J. E. CARIN, MS Old Lesvee street.
VIROINIUS C. DENTZEL. Adsertianl Ag0 .
N. B.-The stessr Irese, lllsand pss.s s. e* a57ny polRI
in thew""
S'I'.EA 1 il OA'I'N.
t.
F LOt VUILE. AND F . ErLRIEN EFEAE-.
Tou'hin0Fal RB y St. Loui, I''x ll'hl-tlllln F u"nd l l' ..iFo t pipi ty
MORUAN LINE U. S MAIL STEAMEIRS.
Larea WER DN FDAl , T July . ,n Ithe arrival of the 12 E .
I'O thllchllurtr alltl. It,. tll trau.
1'O/1k 2!OIIJ11 . T.:-- 'EI l NA AT FET ST. LOVE.
' t':". t 1 hr 11I ll.,i l . p Pl I'll -- 7 hU n' l',lJ nld:
wheel andd 1",w pr, tauro xteuntr
A A. 'A. . .-1R IS nrnn
n III x avI 1an sbove, cVrr nlll tih U.E S tC sC I
Ii'nn.d t Lh h t. I n ' I E.E' '1 the AgR. -'x
E ,r. TVR ,"IATELN EFEA, x ,, r
Iu 'r u ('1 r I I-F . V, VE: d to oAn w ATL,,Er. ,
F, E-i4. l ,il RE n''«''FoE - ln4,11F. 11 rl!,. ý ! h« (
' C. IAlMhlS
....' (RllN R 5R !. lll I FFi'lt M '.".
F . EIN t A l A l
Learve . U , :TI', R DAXY . ; L' il ., i t 5 ' . a, E..m tL.
0I 'l t . . 1 £ '. A } tt h, .i·. Pa tc r In I t-li .ro a r , e"
V; \i; 'lt . l N {M - '10 IA LKCLE AR.
Lcale. TUELSDAY 30flIN-Ji , Ju. 'd, dou tii, .rr, t; f it,
T A.i I. T ,E t iAtrin Rl I'LA(," E "',
lFUOlr FI''1\ ('LF-11i-T( :I IINII tN AT ALL
} th e WI ,hl+ !lace -T! iu ,, , l ,II ...
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t LEAF 'V Y TI VOLYT
.X ,e'N 1 I' ITIY T, I. .
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S Fanny IeanrLon,.
1 VS: , GE. lf o 501 " ,1 1 w'I , V VE (' V. a ,n I,
MdII. LINI LONG & HIUEY. Av,in'
LO )I iVILL E.
RILULA. R I.OIVVIlILBL LI.NE.
L p , I p, tIl. r: on SAIItDAY S, JOly , 6 ' x.
FOIOR LO UI I I i., t.I ANI'ILLE, (CIR'OLR
The ne", fast ad an.rpd ed c ri t. ea
Indlhnn,
J. P NEAL. Y.ster, W. W IBLIN), "'1 r.
WII eave ti- port fIP L -."-II' Hy, noIl l Vt,-.dr"!n t
For ýprtt' , ne . i.',:d c!eg ~ll('p .flt'rahn. atnd Mt!entron ahd
I Ipln It hir cIBin c be eCn ad sli ate rooms ,d engied
upon apld-a:. tl na o a huIrd or t10
MARTIN, LOLHUINDE N COBB AgInti,
No. 17 -'sthel:. street.
A BRITTON, A) olnt. 5 Frn t I re t.
Leave on HATUIRDAY, 7th iat t 5 e. .
IOR l.O [" i. I.1.. I , I A.l'AN Il, (:lAII)
M' 5lmpblr ndill In.,II'. VoiatB ,IndnI.--TheV ud Vld
elFgant na.oner E smr ºdllnul ,i S Nel mla.er,
W. Itolln.I ierkI will EiiV uas ah'rV. For heIighB or pFiiage
apply ou b.Ird 0 r1t1 ,
STEVENSON A DOUIILAS, 5 Front treetI
N. . --Tl IlVlin n hua Iei d Vuble fid boiler, , nt tIlbular.
A phm of theam cin an be seen and rooms ecured l. apply
Ing lo the offie nt. tile Agent
V IIRINB'SV II DENTZEL, Advartising'AgeInt.
M.EMPHIts.
REBLULA MEMPEIS AND NEW ORLEANS
WEDNESDAY PACKET.
Henry AI mes,
TIHOS. L. CRAWFORD, Master.
Tile above stemer will, on the opening of the falltrade, rnlt
as a regular packet between Mempis. and New Orleans,
leaving each port EVERY ALTERNATE WEDNESDAY.
Every effort will be made to accommodatB passengers and
siBppers, and ulntil the season opens the Ilenry Ames will glIe
partlcular attention to all Memphis and Bend business.
For further particulari apply to
STEVENSON & DOUGLAS, Agents, 5 Front street.
VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEI., Advertising Agent.
NEW ORLEANS and MEMPHIS WEDNESDAY PACKET
FOR BATON ROUGE, BAYOU SARA
Natchez, Vicksburg, Napoleon, Helena and Memphis-The
new and superior passenger packet
Burt Able,
J. H. TOWNSEND, Master,
Will commence her renilar trips hctween this city and Mem
phii on or abont \WEDNESDAY, 5Ith September ext. and
will thereaIftr leiave hore every allInaIte Wednesday throiglh.
out tie season.
Particular attention will be paid to all way and plntatin
business. Fr freight or passage apply to
STEVENSON D DOUGLASL 5 Front strIet
VIRGINIU B. DENTZEI.A Advertslan ) Agent.
YAZOO.
VICKSBURG, YAZOO AND TALLAIIATCIIE RIVER
PUACKET.
Leaves Vieksburs ever) TIEDAY and FRIDAY at5 P. I,
IOR S .ISEWA OOD, LhFLORE YAZ.OO CITY',
Satarti Ind Ballh IBiiBllgI o the T aIhLRtchhi and YTalB
bu)Ba rivers-Thel neB last and superilor pBI.enger packet
Calumet, S II. IB I'aBsIt IIBBtcr T. W. RihAlrds clerk
will leave as above coancting witl tlI New Orleans anBA
Vlcksburg packet,. Gen. QIitmn and FaIbion.
FIBI NIUS . DENTLEL. Advertilng Agent.
P. S.--All freiIht ahilyed by the aboves seamers will be
signed through to any of the above points, with privilege of re
bbipping on steater Calumet.
VICKDBURG AND YAZOO RIVER PACKET.
l.eave Vlcksburg EVERY TUESDAY, at I r. r,.
FoR RElIEN WOOD, LEFtIBE, YAZOO CITY
Tand all Intermediate Ilandings ; alo taking freight PI)
Tallahatehie and I allabusha riversT and connects at Green'
wood with packets for Grenada-The new light draft anssen
gersteamerDCountess, John Henderson, master. Ca F
Urater clerk will leave a aboveB connecting pth packet
Grey iagIl, from New Orleans
J. s. PAGAUD, Ad.ertel,,j Ae,%n......
LAFTOUJICHE.
REGULAR COAbT AN"D BAYOI LAFOUBOHE PACKET
TWICE A WEEK.
Leavee every TUESDAY 1at1 r.,and every SATURDAY
Steame J. M. SHARP-HENRY STRECK, Mater JO8.
DALFERFS, Clerk.
F oR) THI)OI AUXVILBHIR. PAINTCOUDRT.
coat landing,--Wlll leave regularly as above.
The J. N. SDarp will gie partlBcla attention to coast
lefght and passengers, and will continue in the trade perms.
enrtiB. For freight or paBage apply onboard,
P.B--ShtpperI, in all e I) are rsponible for the payment
of reight. J. N RELF 4 TchupitoulaB street.
VIRGINIUS B. DENTZELIL AdvasbrliI AglL
TOhe J. . ShNpOwiH take all freight th15gh to Lokport as
usual.
STEAMOIIA.,TS.
1T'1 . I ) !'It4h,
ATLAN TI AND) 51; '1 ", 1,, "I ,A blHa tll' (.. NA 1N1y
CAILAY!INU TIll; LIJrh)L iTATLY S MAII:.
FAOIL tIC''KnIzURj NIENLI IS, CAIRO AND
NT. LOUlS.
One of the follownlt first ce8ls pa.eneKrr ata~mer wllI
leiae as Iore aniLd Ior all introlredte .,din hIVhV R
EVLNINI at A LI'LockL, from tua Compnlluy b w.h , l out of
Ruth. l.udy Guy,
W. IK. Arthur. 1lilv I LLrne h,.
Pulllne o lUrroll. Misal nppl.
Ati.n.tice lothi Abhle,
Julit, Clontlnentall,
S1.i'.N FIN ,y, LrA y I NF rm i. 1 , IIN .t
:, nn n:1 e 11 I _; 1 11 1 li Il I b. 5-.It
jUI' llo ll , II YI
AT1LA A1 l n lz ll .1T,4 + 1 (O LI, I 'LI I M ANIN,
J ,,LI W'l ' . ' I. lsI5,,1 4 ',' l .l n 1I4 I NL II t 'Tl
1- IT 1 t-, - . l l 1. ll i ll h ,
1. . T lhOI1, I)L '!nY.l, 1. ! I" dl! L,
J,, OL . LiIi. I L I I1-; I
UI R. MAIL i . ! i..
, ih + lDAY , f ll . l , n I
'Ol A'T L I'l, I . R', F. Ii' .ý A Ai'K.
ltt, 1,.. lp l nl I t ~. rl. " ,," t -
A 1 4' rt,' r Lr ·. ,, l' l l, Ik o - ,, V i , · i,
[h- 4" " . ,1h- rf, 1,ut nl I+ , , 1, 1 f,, 1,u t ,,, ,,,, i o
it ·: :, , ", 1 . , , , I t r.L ,, 1 ,¢
LD liI, i. IhH+ I
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1141 . l 1- lIPFI ... '% ,, I , lisi si, ISi. I.
f5,I lll.r ,.l- ,, H%4)N .1111 l-'('I 'sI' 1.555 -Kt,,
NEW ORLEANS AND SIHREVr PRT "AstET IE.I
' !,ch ,tta, mpte , Gr .d E o. Al-ahnr.,, it ,tl"rma I
I. C. Iiarrissn , mstsrs ; N -tl .In ,, richIard s ot ma
iter, w o Is sn 1N 'ove Sila pr h , Ai . ul i: .
J TIN ' Rr1; ' DILL A F: Alx 111r ,
'Leas eEy.oy IEDNESDAA s JS TUsRlsDAY s JI.y x.
OR l HE.IFFEI MON i IC AND ESII IO VR
M ontic, Co mptl. , rnd.e, Alexandria, Norma ,m, i', r n i , way
,.dVl , ;ss . l'5 . IS I ss ss.. 11..,'r 1- Io p hd ,'sl . ,c.h.As. r .,s.
W ,isll l ,eave as .I aboveI I Cle r , 12 1 I,
Sn i.,yJm }e IIn l H Erb , 2. , tl? ). l J. p 2.:fe
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
rINNOTT A ADABM. 4, CGT omercis I PIt ret.
JOHN A. WILEIAISTE At.e.ndri . Li
REGEULAR JNEFFERIO PACKET.
Leaves o TWEDNERDAY, Ith inst., at 5 P. N.
OB JFFE., OULV OT, RIORLAND, KENTON.
P ort Chaddu. a hreveport, Grad Baycoe. Onlnd horan S ta
auricee, 011, AIs lexandria, Nora.--l a B urbin's. sandasll, a
I]ndlulon Rled 11KIbe-T5s ple.ndid, Rghr-draft, liduwheIl
Mittle Stephen..
MAURICE LANGIORNE Mster, M. N. CARPENTER
Will leave as pree le:boe, C
above dSly egularly. and laine SItRmS tr 01 the llo es going
ratres.m.r freight or pttI s applK oK .oard
TITEK OaUWARTNER. No. 5 T'.-piturslnas uetf.
VIRGINIUd C. DENTZEL, Advertising Agul.
CAMUAN. EtTREYNT UN, nETC
Lavr s on WE. NESIDA. 4t. iT s L, at 5 iA.
th_ Rssl. OiNs.hi C 1 a_ d sss ciAs.s- 0 , aN hiE h ux A arrl
SSnsslsO-L~s sIssssissli IssisCssl ssl IIV IOss II 52, 1 1 K S U Rsss
is sLI,.mtu . Esgenses' Rsy.T lrrD , I2th east., a b 5 ove . FI o
e11150 p. 5 D5l5 IIOI 55115d III IS+,
F. Vor d NHr p r , rAg~sl. a51 lo u iGr ina sLret.
ptradee r e t 15e KS'ir 115551 15 5.slsllie I sIIs Coes -.I IthO
is losln B oeIs 'I I e Terks. 1r, cr trip
LVhIer.Vn FRIDAY, isth inste ut 5 i'. N. politi ony h
nOR CAnEN , IiANOIPAiNILLE. EILMINT
s ,Mlsle a v lisws. AlesRbam Lan Wnsg',t Ist, sayilt 5 ly,. SIt-.
51 0 LsssslRisg, 1'srt sI sis. TrelIsIOs. K,.s ss, OI'ssl slt , TEN .
toubbrK aGud llay lhading. n Black alrd Onaschlhs arvers
The supr eor plsender ste-helr
Idnhos*
NICK dtrsLAgeIILIN, NlISslr NlA. LAWSON, Cler.o,
Will lea,i ar b..e. oe sr IrsKSIsr pus, sIG plyE5 boards
ort '. . IN"NBUK ,, AgIett. 51 Mlasains street
I'. ra - I-S teer Id5haR Sil l r-I slp t u othe lihit dr55 5t5
tr5ade Ir Syl.ph. p..,Idin i e s at1r . ill ," t O erslit oI her gK
ing througs ss s ullss .e r
VIROINIEG C. DENTZEL, Advertiing Agot.
N.. NER.ER ARRANGEMENT......166
REGULAR WEEKLY OUAERITA PACKET.
Leaes, evey NATURDAY, at 5 s. N.
JOHN CAW DEN, CI].AMPAGNRLLEN WOILRMIN(
tn [.D Mxrne Raline. Ah abama I.nding . o alUlnchft C>lt
SuliK 's Lndi o.l, Yort Unin , Trenlton ,ohraiI (I olumblK
1Ir'i onIrg and a y 11and igs on I lTackhI anl Bsd ROch iph cr .
The iast ide-wheel passenger stseamer
1JOG N WV OBIIN. Mlaster . PRE88 WOR, Clerk,
Will sle se iS above. Po Iresgtmer pVicssbrg pill rns e fKrig
for a - lending on IUpper Ou.dhll . iver, oith pli.le,,t of rag
tepplmr at Iphprron on the atnlters Aile utpd Sylph. Thu
Vingtburog ilh toke freight for all bindings en Bayou Ddrbonne
GEo. 0 D II HlTE, viGItrseII
P1,sengersl.Rke fs .11 coast I~ndlny..
VIRGIINIUR C. DENTZEL. Advertising Agelnt
STEAMER SWAN.
REGULAR BAYOY SIRTIIOLEIIEW AND VALINE
RIVE P0AC TKET
eve BAYOU SATUR'HOLOIEW AND
wihsh tllm, be a .Iigned( Iu . [h1 IK sa R, 5I 5 er 'S , 5114
ka irtl q delap siEal.ibl , ForsfuIsVr pbotIculia 5.5551 IS
N. CO. G ALLEIT WMIIn
to. 5n Nitchites City

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