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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 6. 1866.
Arrvals at the PrlaelP al Haet.l
ST. CHARLES HOTEL-Mrs FSmith, Miss; W
H Dunn and wife, city; C Ramon, Vicksburg: S C
Cochran, S Milton, Canton, Miss; Webb, Jr.
city; R s aader, Miss; J E Nervell. Texas: B
Lewis, ity J M Taylor, Baton oaoge: cW T Scott.
Jelerson; W J Baker; R 1. Parker, Vicksburg; M
Hart. city; Mra Webb, Vi.kbuerg; Major T Hop
wood, Points C.opee; J McDougatl. city: L S Nel
son, a NrotWTStansbory. S T Owen, Blion; E
Denier, N Y; G Thebason, N Y: Mr Randall, Jack
son AS Conner Ala; SM Williams and wife; Mrs
MA Leplepy anc son, Ban St Louio; C L Forbes,
Invernes a PHansel, N ; J J McRae: J G Mann.
Mobile I .Pr c Onedy; J Bnokluand, St Ldis;: II
Cheoaliler, Concordia, La; C 8 Hunt, Dr A Y
Woods, Terrehonne.
3CJ'TI HOTEL-O MBcGlffey. Texas: L E Paunl
Assumption, E Baroeas,. Mobile; S C Kriuboon,
Mempthis; J E Montgomery. V BI Cohill, J P Barnes
and tamily, Texas; Mr McGee. B Leon, clty Go W
Mills, M W Bland and family, W I Cockrill, .oxnc:
W D Larkio. J Parker, A Luntas and nen. Lt: I.
L Boone, E Lilienthal, oitr; 5 J Norwood. Clinton,
La; E McGee, CAtkinson, Golombia. Miss; R Haley.
C i Patim, Mempbis; T O Woods, Bayou Sara; A
Sheppard, Mliss; Gea Batleyand fanily, J 0 Noyes,
0 V usbnrger, city; J1 Estes, Miss; Miss Austin,
Miss; W Rerneghan, Mers Hadley, Texas; C B V
Rice, Miss;W G Storally, Gainesville; J Heoiy
city; A L Stribling, E Storenoy, G Croxton, J f
Baye, J W B Nelson, Bastrop, La; N L Angler.
Angaust, Ga; Miss J Spence, J ARawland, Texan
Ta JAMES HOTEL-IDr A J Spencer, JacLkson,
LaV MB Byrnes, J A L Willoughby, E A Dorond.
A Proskaner, A Boollemet, Mobile; Dr Smicakey
and wife, city D V Reeves and wife. Ga ; C Labu
an, Mobile; W L Bell, Ark; M W Bland and
family, BF Chamber, J J Edwarda, city ; J Mi
Crew, Teax; E B Hrd. Ky; J A Porter. Vicksburg;
Dr R Thompson, A P Sangrain, St Louis; J T Mc
Lanrin. city; H Hamarett, Vicksburg; J T Laongly.
T Mackey. city ; N D Fortsoan, Miss; Beverly Ken
non Va; M L Hambnrgher, MIrs L Randolph nand
h, city; P A. Torne, Mobile; Rev J E C Smeden.
Clinton. La; J Newell, F L Smith, cty ; Mtrs w
Olirer. Miss Bella Oliver, W Oliver. Trenton, La
W A Harris, Ooachita river; J R Bisland and wile
Terrebonne.
The Capture of ilatamoros.
We find nothing further regarding the capture
of Matamoros in the Galveston papers of the
except the following from the Bullctih of that
ate:
Our extra, issued on Sunday evening, and given
elsewhere, annooncesthe first and exclusive news
of the fall of Matamoros, and the triumph of the
Liberal arms at all points along the Rio Grande.
The dispatches bf Major General Getty to .lOj.o
General Wright-to whom we are indebted for toe
news-are cirbamstantial and reliable.
a The sum of the whole matter seems to be, the
power of the Imperialists is finally broken on the
northern frontier of Mexico, unless. indeed. Ilejia.
the Imperial commander, finds some sudden tcca
sion of strength from other and distant oulc es tou
enable him to retrieve hia late disasters, so hom1h
atlog to the French, and so costly to the confiding
merchants of the Heroi.City. The course pursued
by Gen. Getty seems to have been such as to re
flet credit upontheservice in which he is etgaged.
He confined himself to the protection of the non
combatants, and to the women and children, with
out regard to nationality, who sought shelter undet
the flag of the Union, giving every facility for the
refugees to aros the caver for asylum.
ThrtertmsofcapitnlaUlon offered the imperial
ists were " most liberal," accordmg to the report.
Houwcould they have been otherwise?, We re
joice to see also that this triumph was not marred
by murder, pillage and violence. Caravajal, whose
moderation is proverbial, will win golden opinions,
as well aaths mar eabstantilal fruits of victory,
by ahowing his ability to preserve life and pro
petty. What'wilt be done with the property cap
tured near Crmargo on the 16th is now the ques
tion which intereats the merchants of Mantamoros.
There are three ways in which conjecture runs.
Either the whole'will be sold for the benefit of
the Republic, or the duties only exacted, and the
property be reetoed to, the owners, or--which is
mostlikely-Eacbbedowill restore such portions
as belong to well knoibwn Liberals--but a small
fragment of the whulanumber, and the remainder
will be disposed of for the joint benefit of the cap
torsi andthetreasury efJraares.
These events are said to give a new impatus to
tradt of Allkiadselog, the frontier; and the next
news-which my, hbe still more startling than the
last-will-be loboet for with the greatest anxiety.
Te- PuILAnxS.rsa .COsvENTION.-A dispatch
from Washington of the 2d says :
The Democrabo members held another meeting
to-night, to consider the address which they pro
pose to iass to the country indorsing the Plhih
dolphin convention. Several are adverse to signing
It, bt will probably join the majority in the un
derstading that it means no abandonment of the
Democratic party. Reverdy Johnson's name
heads the list.
Tue Stnc 8su o Saxsoap LaNs.-The following
dispatch is to the Associated Press:
LeraelmweouTH Kansas, July 2.--Senator Lane,
of this State, shot himself last evening, inflicting a
wound which resulted fatallyat o'clock to-day.
He had been asting strangely for several days,
and a oareful watch had been kept over 1dm ; but
while riding lst evenng,with his brother-in-law,
Mr. McCall, and Mr. Adams, brother of his son-in
law, got out of the wagon, which stopped at the
gate of the government farm and residence of Mr.
McCall, and steppIng to the rear, ehot himself
in the month, the ball passing ot at the top of his
skull. The set was, mdoabtedly, the result of a
temporary mental derangement. This is the third
member af the family who has destroyed himself.
The occurrence created universal sadness here.
A Suit weraoor L wwrr'S Fns.--These are
the bind of, spite Meswri. Gerthwaite. Lewis &
Stuart, Nos.,t1 end 31 C.tp street, get their cus
tomers into. Lasting as long as most anita in
chanlcery, their suits ate unattended with any
other expense than the first `eost. And unlike
chancery mnlei the partfe Otbtb ate in them, in
stead of langnlnhig,to.get i&t1,, are, more apt to
I asguilh if tfbsytso.. . Wpeipok dofthe wall-ftting,
oprsable and durable nullste of clothes sold by the,
above named Airm. See advertieement.
Ta bsan . dn !'clplpg the pro.
teotlon of the latE'iiitBpbfibp1 ,ndrtirinburasment
w oegoaspbsuw .ea, seem ed oan property in the
peatnltoa enLmpe.ntando pod.aseionof the United
the assIstant ityltnatgy t1 makge tspsoelves
known prior'n ithe t"s.ll o gmat'next, as after
that time pastie =is iseit wilt be presed for
payment.
OL. Joe r . G0 s1 _-Weeoo attqntiop to
the card of thi gentleihA fr; h rI1~hft win be
seen that hbe has etablished limel: in the pe-|.
tioe of law, lnIdobville Ky. Bi aa el, attain. i
mentsa nd hla dea Id4 Abiill winr or tan to
his professieon gpenamo he so elly merits. We
cordally commend him to p1 ounr, cjlizpna p
mpy wish to avail themselves of eminent legal
abilty tin Kentndky.
Jiivtr JntdUcence.
It haes bee, anle o.n last iuane, hot and very
oppresmve-the thernometeor rcning high up in
the nipnetes: Desine. on Wednesday was very
brit during the` ore o Ih. Testerday It was ex
ocedingly dull.
The splendid anhd abrmpasaed steaminer Bart
Able, Olph J.k T.w.heid,eamse to the landing
yesterday and ta nowevlastlgiNg Ntchez, Vicks
brg, Memphis, St. Louisntd al landings in the
Bends, to le-bt bltivlely tomnotrow evening.
The stemes 1L:. Mephati, Olive Branch and
Lasie Gill, from S~4nP.; Aion,1 from Ied
Biver, and Fashion, from Vickshbrg, will be re
oeiving thisemenlasg aad alLiave agale on their
We return our tb -.nthf ors to the offier
of steamera'nkft-shutese, Vtietbarg, Mollie
able and VIrginia.., -
liae JlnaIsgea; leaves this morning, and the
Molli Able i is .ventg. TheaViekabotnreaves
agate to-morrow evening. The Virginia, being
detalead, 4d1 o apv4e #tedsy es annosnoed.
e lsevpoelitely this evening.
cOr.aruias rae ox o as soNAop.
a. Lens, July 2.-The river war flefng latr
. rrisin andthe
i.S epto i tlatter
b rs nrý: O enehs o ( ela by Ott boat
The weeirb a bea een o but yesaterday there
TbpltPr6J k7X tot weather.
Tho tsWYtInD e i jare, y night from Fort
Benton, brooghtdwfntor vn, loes parties an ag
Lregate of 969 ounnces of the "'dust." worth in
Oenbeoos about #100,000 in gol.i oin, besides
quite an amount of treasnry notes. The Dance
will taR np otr a few days to receive a thoroch
overhtulih g after whiieshlle will enter te Mliosonut
river trade as a regular O rmaha p. ket.
Tihe Atlantic and a lisissippi Steamsohip ('nm
puny have decided to abandon tile forwardinl
branch of their business. Consequently they wIllI
not need wharfhoats at Memphis, Napoleon and
Vioksbnrg. The company purposes to sell said
wharfboats to parties who will carry on the buri
nesa mentioned, and act for the company as
agents. Thisis a splendid opportunity to parties
wishing to engage in the whalrfboat bousines. as
thl boats are in the best condition. and businces
eatablihed. The Olive Branch, since tlie latter
Iart of September last year, to this date. has
made ifteen round trips it 273 days, to and frot
New Orleans, and i all ll that time did nht wet a
spoar, was never agrold, nor delayed by any ac
eideot whatever, ond shtte is to-day in as good
order as ihen she started. The trips were all
sucssful ; and this run of good forteue is sup
Fesed to h te utpralleled ot the wele etrn rlree. The
Oiive Braech is an Atlantic and Misstcsipei m Ste.m
ship Cuomp.lny's pocket, nd she wal c Cutitandcd
during the period referred to bhy Captan 1. I1.
Jones.
" Wabash," a correspondent of the Cairo Detno
drat, sayse thttet o h ethellr oal rmveord a1a nw
neatly nade bu tile steamer ShaIlk, wthh leit st.
loui.. on Satur.y lasit. at 7 'cilek rc.. T and andr
rived at Cairo at tetinutes pst 0tl o'clock c. n.
makiotg the trip in ninoe hours and ten minitt - o
artd adds thatt an boat that can beat this tic e.
u ton the satoe .at-er. malrk-twan. can get a air
of gilded h, rco and no qu- st:onts uskt d, except the
o ririlege of recaitnre. She admits tubetars, as
well as fa-csimiles ol herself,
A Cape ttirardeau paper satm that the ferry
boat John Ivert has been sold hy Capt. King for
S$5t00, and is to go up the Missouri river.
Po tIrs AAotnS STrheAMBOAT Owoes.oT-- e Cin
einnati Commercial of yesterday gives the
d following :
For some time past the police have been urging
the owners of steamboats that are ed new.e
Fulton, to move their boats a greater distance
. oapart. in order to provide for better urit.ectico
Sagainst fire. Tile owners of the boatR ilave thls
d far refused to have their boats moved, and now
a. suits are about to be rorught against them for vic,
t tlting tile following city ordinance, passed Augount
2i, 561 :
. Section d. e it ordained, et.. Tlhat from !d
alter thie :101c day of Augocsl. thI all stnc:tclant..
or other cratt., which for to tie i einge nacyo bt
out of eommindion, Inoored, or titd o p, vritlc;:c lcv
Slimits of tile city of Cineitnati, shall be o moLoierit.
or so sttlit1cd, tihat OD t tOat tce tanw .l:
h beats or crall alntll ae in cecect or adjacent to one
aut Unttt' er, sod thlt to o, boahs. c"r r0a.t, thlu o
Cooored or stationed. hallI be elootred e-r saticed
en within two Iodretd and fifty feet neam oth!er buat
Sor craft, at tthe tearest p cint of conltet.
oc' h.. Tlatit i any owner or otc.-rs,. of anv
Ce sulc bat or cat , d:: rclc r loired to i thctinn I. Ashe!
be gihltr of apov ovi:.lati.e ot tl.is ocd; trcce, tlh
c cato se ilc c oll eoe onvctia io efre oioc eoo.'i:, c.mr.e
for leit ad pay a line not excerein tile csumof etcc
tdoiars .or eauc on.ince. tolether with tilcs ou=t ,f
ri v er re, d ciln; al d ievery day'i s elitnthiu t: e f.o t.
h cviolatin of t cis ordinance shall be cunsidet d a
. separate offense.
- "bc. . 1 hatif the owner, agent o troteo,-c tr -
t ing auth:rity over aony such btoat, or craft, stai
Sfil, reuse or Ineglect to emoor or statin eii t r ho:
Shat or crnat, accordiag to the egnlatin lS hert,u
lfaeprovided, then the nayor or cchtief ot p f,!,.
a- may crlose te c nt oval of said boat. t-et;cot-t cr'rf.
d. and cause tlhem to be mo'ored i conforelirv w,'ic
n- the requirements of this ocrdei ce: and all nri-l.
It tis incurred, together with the expenses it
Ier dntal to such removal, shall be c narcg.abl t au
he be ajust legal cioc against raid boat boats or
craft and the o n -r thereof.'
a- C.tnCIS.TI, July t.--TI e weather was tmild ad
rt geonial yesterday. At Pittsburg yesterday the river
e- receded eight and a italf feet, witlh six fet in tie
od channel. Here the river has risen seven inclct
or during the twenty-four hoers ending lasIt nigt.
0, with fifteen feet on the shotlest bars hetce to
y. Louisville. There are six feet ic the canal. There
u- art nine feet in the lower Ohio. The Cunblrlcccand
p- is fatling with five feet on Ilarpeth shoals.
a- The P. W. Strader canle in yesterday from New
o. Orleans, and is now loading for a return trip. leav
ing this eveninog.
of Jesse K. Bell, president of the People' I.ine. ic
e in:the city. It is a fact that Captain James good
s has retired from the office of superintendtiont of
0s thb People's Line. Captain Frankl Ernst, late ot
tt the Unitied States aromy, is his successor.
cr It was rumored on the levee yesterday that
p- Captaion W. F. Fuller has disposed of the cert
maonding interest in the first class steanmer Sherman.
to Among the offieers of the fast P. W. Strclder. we
xt are more tlhan delighted to find Captait F. Anoes
he Fisher and Captaio D. Z. Sedum. The Strcder, in
-y. good will to ter namesakle, is recognized as the
"old reliaole " on our waters.
ch ontrtttts, July 3.--The weather ryesterday wao
warm. Businesson the landiog was dull. The
river here declined six inches in the past forty
g eight hours.
o :White and Arkansas rivers are declining steadily
a with sull:oi n water in the channel for boats.
tg The MBttlotppi at St. Louis is falling, with a fair
I stage of water to Cairo.
S The Ohio Iwas failing at Pittsburg on Saturday.
-e with three and a half feet in tle channel.
The river at Loouisville, on Satourday, was sta
g tionary, with sixrfeet in the canal, and eight and a
half feet on thle bars in the Lower Ohio.
The weather at this port has continued pleasant.
, with the river aboot stationary, and trade as usual
Sfor the past few dys, qu;te doll. The doust on the
e. tents is again on the rampage, and the mackerel
., brigade during the heat of the day slumnber peace
t, folly on the shady side of lunmber and grain pilesr
r, while the fear of the new police will, for a short
t- lime, curtail thieir operations to some extent. Busi
e ness,therefore, with the mackerels may be said to
be on the decline.
If Captain Billy Ashford, formerly commander of
fthb Commercial, left last evening on the City ot
a Cairo, to purchase a splendid side-wheel steamler
d for the Memphis and White river trade. Captain
Billy will be backr in time to leave with his new
boat on Saturday week, and will leave thereafter
every Satorday. Mr. John Sullivan, of waterfall
aand titter fame, will be Captain Ashlford's right
to bower. That Captail, A. and his new packet will
meet with soccess is certain, for he has hosts of
friends in old White who will ship their last hale
Sand take their regular visits to this city with Cap
ytain A. and Johnny Sullivan.
e The Atlantic passed up Sunday evening with a
fair trip. She discharged here 170 bundles of wire
for the Southern Telegraph Company.
A The Commonwealth passed upyesterday after
. non with a good trip. She putof here a few lots
s of mnisellaneous freight.
The Mi. S. Mepham passed down yesterday after
noon with a good trip. She ditsharged here 5105
sa0ka of corn for the poor of North Alabamna.
Tle oorn was donated by the generous citizens of
t hr Louis, and it was brought to this port for half
a freight.
3l'e Nicholas Longworth passed np last evening
with 125 tons of freight and a good list of passen.
r sa.
° the Clara Dolson was appraised at $47,000, and
th Henry Von Phul at $45,000, previous to their
redent sale In St. Louis, and as the boats did not
br ag two-thirds of their appraisement the admin.
istators would not ratify the sale.
barge in tow of the Tiber came in collision
ih the steamer Hudson, while coming out of the
Bt. Orols, a few days ago. The barge sunk in
twelve feet of water and, together with 600
buobhels of wheat, is a total loss. The wheat was
covered by insurance.
The Olive Branch passed down with a fine trip.
Cat. Lloyd Belt, formerly of the Julia, is in corn
mend of the Peace Offring, and has his old crew
1 along with him, including his gentlemanly clerk,
Mr. J. B. Lehmere.
Capt. A. R. Williams has taken charge of the
elegant steamer Lizzie Gill, while her old com
mander, Capt. JimO'Neal, has assumed control
of the Missouri river packet Marcella, of which he
lm part owner.
Qn the 2.th inst. the steamer P. W. Strader as
aeeded the falls at Louisvile on the lowest water a
sIde-wheel steamer ever went up on. The StrnCle
I went to Cincinnati to load for New Orleans.
IAtLLa. ABLE FOR ST. Loros--Atlantic and ]ais
sissippi r. Co.'s Line, Mail Packet.-To.day, at
5 P. s., the now, splendid and swift passenger
packet Mollie Able, Captain A. J. Carter, com
mander, and Mr. Monroe T. Cunniagham, clerk,
lesees for the above and way points. The Mollie
Able is a large and commodious steamer, and a
vey fast craft. Her cabin is a model of neatness,
Sand is beautiful without superfluous embellish
meots of any sort. We warmly commend the Mol
lie Able and her officers to travelers bound up the
river to-day. They may rely on being taken
through in quick time, and enjoying themselves.
Thp Mollie Able connects at Memphis, Cairo and
St.-Louis with the railroads for all points East and
Wot.
i I~ A Soases, EPRE PAsNo PAORzr Fon
BAonu BSa.--This fast and splendid passenger
3 packet, in command of Capt. W. R. Greathouse,
with Messrs. Troler and Millerin the office,leaves
at $0 I. a. to-day for the above and coast land
ipg1. Passengers for the coast will find the Simmes
aioest comfortable packet. Her table is always
:upplied with all that the market affords, and her
r ofiersare of the true stamp, besides being accom
asoiating and attentive to all.
Vts.ass e oa ST. Louse.--This superior,
t fat and splendid passenger steamer leaves this
evening aSt o'elosk for Memphis, Cairo, St. Louis
s and way points, connecting with the railroads for
all points East and West. Capt. Wm. Thompson is
in command, and Messrs. Schults and Carroll in the
office. With suach a brace of officers, who have every
s quality that make good steamboatmen, the Vir
igltia has become a Lgreat favorite ill he New
Orleans ,and St. Ltuo: Moer, hants ail Peoplte
lile. Sloe has at large and ie1.li'' cab.i and
every improvtment to mtakc tke traecler com-n
tortable.
MARY FOR MonILE.--The splendid new lot
pressure passenger packet Mary, Capt. A. L.
Myee, comnnmander, leaves as above from the
lake end of the l'ontchartraio railroad at 12
M. today. Agent-I. C. Iarris, corner of Camp
andt Common streets.
loAnlos .o Ca lEn.-TTh very regular and
excellent popular passenger packet ldahle, Capt.
Ni, i Mclaoughlin, commander, and Messr.- Samo
Lawson and Jno. Malloy in the ofil'-e. l-aves t
o'clock tlls tevening for thelt aboe lld way ll
ng. e Wr che ier0l''ly .IOtni :he Id0hoe t .-day
to p,<.egels b.ln to Canle, 1 a first -a
pack0et. unit:l: t ole qul lireattons of speed, cotlllT
Gm . . PAN,,E PA Er ,on S
Lot : To lv.--The large, supcl-er al o ýl
in tee uiice. !ave,· . 1i: - rciiing al o, uclhck,I
for the above, covuet ling :it Mem11phlls a11 Callro"
with th e ralr.'a,:lds or all point olast anld West.
SThe i,:::i. is iis in every respect a :'r tt-cl p 0 -
senoer packet, anld ha mtlost }u)Olai:r hh an g'loiil
oftlt er.. We comunc d her and t!ote to our frields
11this evening, and assure travelers that they will be
well taken care cf on the trip, with the only tleret
that they ace compelled to leave so much comfort
anl thie coollpuoy of elever -entlemen.
Cl eris O)tcll grnref
.^: (""y
Oleared Yesterday.
`Ste !Q:_' illau, Ulsen . fr " ' .nve tt ,
Steamt,!".ep i~iherty. Pain, for Baltinmore. v 1at -
soCr o. No kc.on 1,
S t" a n s i p l e , 1 V c r, I e r i "' t ~ !>,l 1 ,1
Daik hal,'yon. Hule ar, tcr Lt i v v lrl ,,..
i. B oin J l n Keno . f l- ,,
1 I A i.o i O i l. ( ,t d. io, t?. :., 1 t '.
11 A.rived ,V nd.n-d:yt-,
a l' T, u . from. :e.:
A b rrkveia al." ehr asy.
a,' . , , I l-: d ou - too
'1 Ni_ .ton b t.ot eto ', e, 1 tto, .o \on - -'o
oIlr r o loop' il3v, ilaw/loo t o l) ivs frmn R)atan o,, I
t Bt.k'ow, (raent trom un ur;-'-, sttl'.me t.
Below-b(omin1 Up.
Silp Castine. Thsonn.e, B. oI,): 1)0 3Sm 0.T0r
l:aek ida leC y Tra, Cor t,twb mt M.uoeeo from t
A.raft.. v, Wt. , '-o h t.ic..
01 aSo oll. ltg Oeco. ,cn oh. s co o Li, , .btoe 0 l ,t,- II
,astor PI'ing brcd Caerawntcu u:d eul' Luz-F, o 1 1
, bark Am. a anl hr ay,
Ti Se Brchur ouns. lInri-nt, r - ot . i t 0 i
tSpooken.
s June F in lat 4:t50. 11:0hi io'.,bic t. .
SNina 0st llot es, ( athon 71, frig May ou CSara.en
oeVisburgw O Tolio . r O,'!t I-.
Jove n r. ilrn.t 3 l0. ion 7.:o3, ochr S lanebmardet.
Baro Mobild , It doss out for Antigua.
I Slr lh nleg , Bryan, truin Cenlue -o, to . tI
froml blrobilo, 11 dayss oult for A ntigua.
D.mentoc Ports.
New Yo,rk, Je,. 27-Cleared. steamship. Vir
ginia, Spencer, forer ralve- tn and lover, esuglrey,
Ier Mobile. Arrived, streamship Ariadne, Crary,
from Galveston. and Haze. Starkey, from i obil,.
Philadeilphia, June 26-Arrived brig , F Geery,
Ward, from New Orleans.
Bangor. June 2--Clearedoschr Day Break, Cou
sins, for New Orleani.
Chalrlesto, S C, June 25-Arrived, towboat
Phillip, Mundy, from New Orleans for Wilmington
(put in for coal.)
Foretsn Ports.
Liirrpool, Jrnc 14-Arrived, ships Lady Duner
in, 'ortelan. and Ellen food, Parnel; 13th, chips
Prairie Bird, Davis, Sea Gem. Roberts, Thao How
ard. Strickland, and Adept, tro;art, from Mobile.
14th, ship Clara Ann, Stensal, from Ap:alach:icola.
16th, steamship Bolivian, Couch, fi Ne;w Orleans.
HIavre, June 13-Arrived, ship Canova, Roberts,
troen New Or leanos.
(Groelock, June 15-Arrived, ship Oriental,
Brown, from Pensacola.
Havana, June Il--Arrived, brig IIope, Fernan
dez ; 20th, Br brig tBobt Peel, Conner, from New
Orleans.
Matanzas, June 21-Arrived, bark 2Mary Eliza
beth, Crocker, from New Orleans.
Exports Yesterday.
GALVEI TON-Steamshit Lillian--40 bbls floar
l0 coils ror e 8O0 sks corn aud sundries
BALTIMORE-t-Steamship iberty--174 bales of
cotton 40 bales wool 640 rides and sundries
HAVANA-Steamship Liberty-26 tes hams 40
bbls potatoes 40 do onions 1000 sks corn and 200
bxs canrdles
PENSAb OLA-Steamship Lizzie-Sundry mdse
LIVERPOOL-Bark Halcyon-14S2i bales cotton
2360 staves
BELIZE (Hon)-Br scbr Village Gem-160 bbls
flour 10 bbls whisky 25,782 feet lumber
PENSACOLA-Brig JH Kennedy-27,000 feet
lumber
Imports Testerday.
MOBILE-Steamer Planter-3 bales cotton Mor
gan, Long & Huey--2 do Hugh McCall-- bhls of
Bladon water J Syme--i bales osnabargs Lehmaa,
Newgass &co--1 bbls oil Kearny, Blois &co--25
tons pig iron Jno T Hardie &co--5 cotton gins J J
Link-sundries to order-Total balese cotton
RUATAN-Br schrFancy-ll75 cocoa-nuts 1386
bunches plantains 823 do bananas
Imports Wednesday.
BOSTON-Steamship St Louis-Astd mdse
constanees.
Per steamship St Louis, from Boston-W Crane
Atlantic and Miss 8S Co--Barnes, Ward &co--H
E Brown-Blanchin & Giraud--Blake & Tower-N
Barrois--P J Christian &co-Bouton, Smith & Den
man-J H Carter-W L Cushing--A F Cochran--
P Dwyer-F D Darltng-C W Fox--Folgerr &eo
Drake & Marhham--Fatjo, Mlarks &co-J M Gould
C Grunewald--J Gauche--O George--l-E Heath
A Hobart jr-W It tivenaing &co--W S ltail &eo
Hannon, Oflutt &co-Hoallnan & Marks- J Henry
&co--L Jury-Henderson & ainhes--E tlacker--R
Hallowell-M Kaufman-D Kelham &co-E Lane
Keiffer Broa-W G Lyon &co-E Marqueze-M W
Crane-W & A MeCrakcen--J C Morris-McLaurin
Pothler--O Henry D bloody kco--B A G Moses
Ober, Atwater kco--V Orhmichen--Jotn Phelps-
Leon Pierre kco-Page, Peele & Moran--M C lRus
sell-Read & Hunt-J Robertsnn--A Rousseau
Russell & Hall-Brand, Ziller &co-F Rickert-D
L Shearer--E Roger kenSc-Stevens & Seyrmour
Stern Bros--C H SlocombSchneider & Zuberbier
M W Smith-Stevenson & May-- C C Sampson-D
Taylor Son--Tirrell &o--Vose Bros-Wallace &
o--F A Thayer &co-T Waterman-S S Zelnicker
JJ J Wickerling-order
Reeelpts of Produce Wedoesday.
ST LOUIS--Steamer Mollie Able-1 bale cotton
1 keg shot 25 bble pork Martin, Dolbhonde & Cobb
1 bxa mdse 14 bxs eggs 102 bbls potatoes Dorman
& Bruno-t0 bblt potatoes 36 bxs eggs 22 pbkg of
bntter Miller & Meyer-d5 pkgs furniture L Moody
262 bble flour Lamb, Qoinlan &co-300 bbs flour
Ethell & Thomas-36 do 0 bbls potatoes C F Lau
man-20 bbla potatoes M Druban-800 bbls afour
26 ten lard S H Kennedy &co--30 half-bbls 22 bxs
cheese 10 fkns butter 10 oaks bacon I bbl plugs
Huntington Bros--100 bbls meal 3 bra eggs 1 pkgr
mdse Stannard & Stayback--700 bbls flour Keep &
Caulfteld--00 do J H Oglesby &co--1 bbles flour
14 bbls potatoes 12 ban eggs I kegs butter F Del
Bondio--33 hf-bblsbeer C Dressel-2 cases saws
1 do mdee Branch, C &cs-3 boa mdse H Fo'som &
co--28 pkbgs mdse A Donssan--3 bales hair Hun
ter, Askew &cn--1503 sks corn 5 kegs lard 2 kegs
butter 6 bxsa cheese 6 do catsup 4 bxs candles 4
bla soap 2 boa atarck 7 bxa mdse 2 bas candy 1
bbid wvio i bag pepprr XXi N t'tio A tdan,.2 bhall
e r , :,- 1 cae mdseo ,J W N orris Ao ---.1 blut of
' ,," I l, tol) b ,s cacldles to l ,fret I b\,
it0 lard , .Atet & COuubon 5o bbls flour to ,l l:
SpoI -Ir bxs lnuie Brook as, Macdounad-300 ohs
el"o wcd.s ¶iýc.ohwlio .V.ollg mdse ti o Fueltes A
ioleard--t.h1J od If d &tt --1I hkg tobteor to 11
chiluter-15 to laIrd Gorit ot iolercs 15 bbls po
taties Se'tl;rs & ahlaa--2 do btll, J (; Mull, ! &,i o
1.t1 sk oiatis S Quari'ternsteor 1o00 bbl lime N
Richards -100 do 50 dbb ilour Atltic anti Miess S
Sf (0- i00 bbil lime to M;i.rti. IIonthoirn tco--'30
lhUla wlosky Iththld, Vorhof Itinttao-o-25 do
ticu ardt, Preston i Plarrett--120 hf bbid s ter it A
tta 11." Iet~. po-5 p a- ' i' l ig Bros-'-9 hblts fl-uc
lr!Io He.0 c --loet do to ttlh,h.r U 1pdkeh -
'""I.I\,,re l.( '- ,,, 0- 1 ,: , ils ro pe A I10 [ ]tll.ill
bn;,'i [],,[ ,) Ii' 4 l -crs it\ o'rln [ ( to.o to--
[t Il, r,-! _t bl,:t, ~ I l - i t I',(' r.ltu, '. .l , il 't0
Sit do [t'. , Ica e I ci o - . .l it ,
0 ! o , x :- llrlt Celu y Ii h,1 i 1c c. . Oct.
t,1 ,[ lNH euis d I Han--23 do I, Sbtlln tAn
m,' ' M2ll0 bll " bxs &co 4 Dormanll n 0 do t,,
't o --.t-,'do Keoirc Uch ite 4o 0 lbxs bottleo
R o imnds ecol-tril & hn -- t chainW I, u sh
I i - i, ha iS I t r --5 dot Alion , Fo tr
n W tir- 2 1 b a 'o n , l P lda lns &c o - , )l hAklw e :,
hI fbarin i tr-ic t Xc)--'Iti p Es mds.e T Toret &
h, F ; ti :th ,u lrh-a --14 i,d-s telic s J S.t i rtz- :'
d, 1i ato.O Snita P ~) AUin rolt lo ath' r to t
4. ill it
C te o .oo- c - cer i o l .0rl= ca,
yTer1 o to nce1i'n o-tt it-c
0 s-k b, ' ,- -M -lsuo1 o : k h Oh> 1c;... c7i2 o .c t:
"o1t, h mbi nla o t 1, , -i. d
It.o-c , .l; , i S1-yi-.- o -t tI ' ti,li - o o , .
m '.o- T'!. A tot t , : ' k h i' ', - I 110 h'cio"t'
I ' doi itis , i ic'ric1 o-2. , hot T1, y ,io co,,
4 Ai Pio J 1 II Ici n 11 so h tlo it- li& ti I
hlh- ,, ootlt - i, cOgt ,. .o ,ic 'iolcton
, J 1 1,." -," e - "71, m dri .' J. ,. . .. -1 , o, -
T D h. , bo,-,.".to-[- dio otr n o d'. :. , , h. ca. -
Fici-o .do , 'rs. i , orkt , -. t o oH s to --1. to
Walc N&c (o- 12 Ido 'I J o -1:-L 1 1T ' ' M;r -ot
'n.ol,,r o or in r H- -TO hi i7 bonh-i oltt ,i
,01 ,-Ali t It Wri - cog- 2do
oltoes c.-to, A o til nbg: tr-:0I - ttrio 7' I lorhldor
co-':.i XX'diolos, Nioon At,. ,- - iiil- r . Tort- I-to
Io 'On OnidTie--X e e, a- L iorlo 4A dFod rie-
wo--I,-r&oo, -I , i ldoo:- d -G-n lo-acc-1 t hlioct--l
Thn0 " "oo it Arco- I , , til.to-- lo I,,la..tli-to .. I dc
2' : I 'o, I 1tto,n--l hIc A Kilt , p- It,, , ol Iti r <ot,
7-o-, ti lo both Ito d . . 1htI I", i.t P sotl 0-7l d, t
ot-t:tido Blrinoo- do b&co-:.. dIo l ul ton, dcont
on,.tto Pd Id"a cnn -l 4 doll 1,q-'boo-,-, il l:ribblo,
S' Edake mornd Wo- A rldl,,n-1o er , tc--2 do tor
ion-l Aidin.oie--, dLo 2 Hsu otton S t.lio. AB-c
2Ch rnt', her-300 et r.w lub, t t Bou ret "C"-100
ef eno dricoo es -Total 31 halos cotton
to order
2 ece1pts bJ polr.ar - ftd.
oN. O. , 0. & (. . ST. R . R.-Julp l4t--2 b oles
Sliona mers BN Rod-i-l do to itt A Dnram lt
blks ncool l lobs do 3 L Cono--,I hidna ( 11u 1
1S'lherelma-24 n- onions W4 oho potoloco I boidir
hims oTnd sn dries L H-ole-I- brola octlon to A B
hood colrie and sundrtiu to ardir- Totol 33 haiks
N. 0-to & lo . s& . M . .-don lp 1- it4 on ptaonoo
lot hidSo and son-Mraas at Gfrrd--tO froet lo -
bor S Roedraox-- 13 bead cttl ando s & Ndi1ied to
Ialo Smmrs Ab boaohias--i tlreril-, Dounho, ffc
dKienll &oo-rTotal 15 bales cotton
STEAMSHIPS.
LIVERPOOL.
STEAM BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS,
Callln at avanho and Queoenstow to laud and embark Mails
and Paseengers takLg Cotton, and elgbing bllb of lading
here at through rates of lreght henc to St. Petersburg,
Moscow, RiBga Hamborg, Bremen, Antwerp, Rotterdam,
Gothenburg and Havra
Steerage passenger tickets are ranted here by this Ifn to bring
pmaengersfom Liverpool or Queenatowu to eow Orleans,
for $B o currency,per adult
The final port of dautlnatlon may be either xnd on togning
the billsg, orf ladng, o declared by the holder of the bill
of lading withn twelve horS afr the steOmer's arrivae
at Liverpoot, thus afordotg the tmporte the thole .of
markets
TEE BRITBSE AND AEBRIOAN STEAM
Navigation Company Limitt d, will dipatch the following full
powered Iron Screw steameblp betwoea
LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
SaEling from LIVERPOOL and NEW ORLEANS Monthly
Daring the Summer:
LOUISIANA............ 1874 ton......P. Jsruon, CaptatL
MISSISSIPPI............11 tos ...... J. Ompb Oaptan.
f FLORIDA ...............87 tens...... A Fln OaptLn.
MISSOURI ..............l Stton......L Hameek, Optpt.
ARKANSAS.............166 tonS...... T. rro, OUptsI.
ALAB . AMA......... tfs..... W..... LW . Mmpy. lao.
GAMBIA ................161 tons ......J. Graham, tpteI..
CAROLINA ..............164 tonS......J. arby. CaptL
BOIVIA.............. to...... P. P.onch, p
COan Pum to Liverpool IM pgold or its oMlv.i.nt b
Por rta of fheght app yt
HUNTER, ASKEW 00.. 41 Caotnndlet strt.
Cosmigle of goods are respteottly desired to prenet their
SBill of Ladig at the omte, pay their frotgh, and obten dt
lovery orders for the name
N EV YV)I1tli
NEW YORK MAI3L STLAM'Iil'P COMPANY,
STAB LINE OF STEAM.HIPI'S.
FOR NEW YORK DIBREr--TIHE NEW
end aplewndld hlmwhoewl stealnshtpx-
MORNING STAR ....l l4ton s....Bowes, CoWlAnder.
EVDVINO STAR. .... I'I tne.... 'JaI1na ,Voa.
RISNING S AR........121t1nx... .Nelson,Coii ander..
TLe now ownd h, t-clusa aeraw steanmhlpa
MIVh..IS A'I ......... dX tonea... Furb -r, lummamndng.
NTl : l It RI)I ..... ... -1111 tns ... va:1n"n., , ( !',mn uA,u t.du
M A++Il 'OSA...... ·l.lnr I, o rus.. t' ·n... n , ,""wn lamht
N CRI ..... ..... O 1 v Is ....Wla :,, CUmU-Udin g.
The nvw .Iid lrt clt. ,. ~, .,h",,' t,. ;+. h.p
EIngL NlE 0 Iur.
< a ~ t e,,! t , tit
,Fr _1rht or pahag , COURVRR A " A 'e
lGeo.m , at N a" r o: m well:. t ,,r . n. . . 'r:, ',
Fieherwht orion: ofliletlOi f A D5i
C . M. COURTENAY, AgI:,
'rN I . In TN-ni. A\ 1.. t.1, V .
I N. A Nt I 1
S . i l'OlLN--INi TXrOI .X
ClF r V-s ,XE . I
I ICo, ' C . 1 ar
For frig,-t o',u~mr. , app, ` r -
T, ,,l 5TUrVDA, 71 I...11:
SAPALACICOLA
pl.pI.nInI .k,
~t allu po it,,, a ,a s I o : - - .,o :T1, , ,. D ,7
R. .I h N , C,,s 1, \-J
For freight or pwssge4 apply to h.,. . or to
T I. U . HARRKIS, A11L& I
S-nr Ca 47p and aawm~r:, streera.
C I I ' - - r-I3a s mr ,f th. N il1u will le - e1 - th -"ird d 'n . r
-
,' 1 , , ,,il ,n TU yI.A.\Y, 7L .... . ,t . " , v,
pAI S..,',n r steem LiD
Fl,, reight or p ge a pp , ly.; to
MERRITT, DU'NIIAM M][LNNELL A rc
3 r 7 Car.pn .dl.tm etret.
. STEAMBOATS.
VICK.Z3] UHKi
VIOKRS7TRI, NAOHBZ AND NEW ORLEANS BEGU
LAR TUESDAY U:. S. MlIL PAC'KET.
Leaves every TUESDAY, at 5 P. .
(Attenlding to all bu!in; of steamer General Q tman I
FOIL VICKSBUICg, NATCoIEZO GRAND GULF,
FRodIiy Fort Ah.alBs iBayu SelNt Port tludn Bo
Rouge, 1'ltcuemine, DlnaldsonviLle, ann all intenledia- eoaai
and plauitatiuv landiul--fhe magniaeent panseager packet
Grey Eagle,
J M. WHITE, Master,
wl leaveTs above. The Grey IEagle will take reighlt and
IaINUstlcUrs U ,l· ~lphlU at~d lhU Bends with prAl lAB e of re,
'"lwppigrs rOthe gleamer Ltd Are and for Ya.11)1 Rir, U i. th
t!e prllpt., u l rrih T pilng n the stmBIer Emma 1o. P. For
I"o frt, ToId tiIaOnlil y thin boat iN IuI. d and hnArB
table is xupplied with the best the malket atfrd
For inforlaatlou relative to Iatoo River freights, apply on
board or to
GEO D. IIITE, 4 traviter street.
TITUS (IWIRTNEY, 3 TehnouultoRas st.
VIRIGINIUS C. DENTZEL. AdvortTistng Agent.
VIUKSBURO AND NATCHEZ PACKET FASHION.
Learve every SATURDAY, at B . B.
F OR DONALDSONVIILE, PLAQITEMINE
PUort fudeso, Baton RoUge, Bayou Sara, Fort Adams, NBt
het Waterprooft. St.JIseph, Rodney, Girand Gulf, WIarrnton,
New Carthage and leRkIurg--The mrn i .sent pUaseBgT
eRITBmer Flhhon P. D. Prat, master, E L. Sbaw and F. L
K. Lud B igTen clerks ,wi leave as above. For freight or pas
sage apply tn board, or to TITUS B SWARTNEY.
3 TchouttoulaA streest
VIRGINIUS C. DENTIZEL. AdvertiingAgAent,
BAYOU SARA.
Leaver every WEDNESDAY at 1B . t., nd every SATUR.
DAY at 5 e. n.
FOX BAYOU SARA. BATON ROt OE,I PA
TqemineT DUnaldTonIlnI, and all Itermedit, ITandingT-I
The new and supert side-wheel steamer SI. NIiholBI, S.
Ilonomaster,l. C. Libano, clerk, will leave aB above. Re
tuning, he will leave Bxynu Sara every SUNDAY and
THURSDAY. For freight Tr aIaIe aTpply to
LEONCEBBU B I6 BNIII IB6B le st.
SBLppo. are tesponnsible or toayment ot lretgt.
VIBSINIl'S .,. DENT'EL. AdvArt tBng AIent.
REBEULAR BAYOU SARA PACKET.
STEAMER NINA TIMMES--W. R GREATIOUBE, Mast.r
TROXLER and MILLER. Clerks.
Leavesever MONDAYatSP. r., and FRIDAY at 10 I..,
OR BAYOU SARA, 'PORIT HUDSOONI BATO
' Ruge PlauesITII Dotldonvtlle ad all Inte
midiate Iandiong on the caTt, taking fBeBght I all ilandBtOr
on Bayou Lafourch,. For freight or passage apply on board,
or to ge
TITUS U GWARTNEY. A t No. B TehoupltoTlaBI t
UIR!IINIURS C. DENTBEL. AOTertB~nna Apn at
COAST.
LOWER COAST PACKET,
LeaiTbg every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY, at 10 A. .
FIOR TIlE PORTS, QUARANTINE STATION
B turaTSertlement, Point.-a.LHtche, Jesuits' Bend, and
.1 IIIg.O and p.antBIiITI no the Ba. te-ThN splendid and B
If d Bst nAmNr 1. p BT ll Ao1ex. 11, I BITttr, willd
runln the above trOBa the entre season, leaving as a ve. b
Returning iTll come RI the Coast eTery IONDAN and
TIIURSDAY, BR daylight, arriving at th1 siy before dark.
Rhipeper nd pB adteaen can rely on the BROWN remaining
iuIthe trade. sN haTBig been bought expr.ly for it, and put
1, the mot coEmplete repair F'r tfreight or paITIge TplyI o
boardor to JNO. E. IINDE e CO.i 11 ommo1 atretL
C MAUX B SMITH,. No. 69 Canal tree -
N. B. Commencing on SRunday. July lt.
LAFOURCHE.
BEGULAR COAbTAND BAYOU LAFOUBRHE PACKET
TWICE A WEEK.
Leaves every TUESDAY atA. K., and every SATURDAY B
Stleamer J. M. SHARP--BHENRY STRECK. Master, JOB.
DALFERES. Clerk.
FOR THIORDAUXVIL BId PINTCDOURT•
Sll Apolnville, Doaldsouvill and all ntermediate
.ot laudings-Will leave regularly as above.
ThB J. M Sharp wilBglv particunlr attention to coastR
frelghtand paseengera and will continue in the trade perms,
iInet. PFr TreigbA oI p1.Kge apply on boTrd.
P .- ShippBI. iv all TaIIe. are respoutbl. far the payment
of freight. J. 5. RELF 4 TcboRpitoula atreet.
VIRGINIUS C DENTZBL. AdvrtItImT AgenL
ThIJ. J. Shap TIll BlB freigt IbroBgh to Lockport al
antal
.'i' II r IBIMPA ),5 T,..
L-:t M,13!L N1 , W .r %1 ": m 'i . ,G:., ,A
DAILY tPA H T'.,
T IuAh.n . AL Ba3 8t. L...i., I'~.,I'hriin a1.tl ,Aii,2 .ippl, ly /
tAI)I.AN LINE U. S MAIL filEAILIRS.
Lenave I'IIIDA ., ,I.a0 IIh, N A th arrival1 o the 12 .
2 ontclu tra [ llroi I trl NI. I
l IilR I. l LM A .-TO u IIN( AAT .Y NT ALLS
. l null law V, i.ul ete1\ uR.l,
NI l I 'yIAIII a I ll
T. i ,, , . , P~, i. .. I p,, ,
i "Ii,. r[, I L.\ I rI n' lll, ·tI i. It'N
i FIA - tl I,
.I 1: 'IIIAB i I PLA C ( K I '.
XIIIL &F I PIPIII. S I
I "
S,.t n l)' , , 1 ~ , ts
J 1,,II (, !. i1) 11 A., . 11 ., 1l : v ,,m ,,:,,,, ,.,,,.
,. I'·AMEI., I'FI, i)L LE,
t ,',',e TUh. \D \Y F·,RNINT.; -L 1,j i.[i the I , ,
i ,e ,- ,,: ...... :: : - I L,ý r . , .. rurI _ ,.
i"OlX AIaITE RIVER AND Co LNXTOXIIN
XXX ( XXXX.XXX t r WEDNESDAY X t 5 ,,X...IXX r
.1101 A 'X I'i. HI1 ,ElIH AND COXXINGTXJN
Falnny" P Ir's,,
JI. L CtIHILDRESýS t..-" .
1P."ate·: t, \,1 d. * , '. ,1 I I i'..sa ;.: n to C,vinet .n $2S .
iMORGAN LONG X IIUEY, Agent,
Lo Ul V.1LLE.
REGULAR LOVUISVILLE LINE.
Lea', pnosititly nn SATUltDA Y..lily 7, at 5 , ..
FOIR IOUIY' VILIIE, E:IVANSAILLE, CAIRO,
S'eln,.ilus, lMemnlphiis, Vickshurd, Nate"l', ete,
The new, ast ald unsllupassed accommuodatlion ateamer
Indlu.nt,
J. S. NEAL, Master, W. W. COLLINS, Clerk,
Wi!l l.eae tlX port [Vr LXouXville, Ky, and all nlte:mnedXte
landing, on the river as LboXve,
For spactiousne. ad elegance of abin, and attention and
comll t to passeangers, thi boat cannot be surpamsed.
A plan of her abin can be ieen and state rooms engaged
open application on board or to
MARTIN, DOLHONDE A COBB, Agents.
No 37 Natchez street.
A BRITTON, Agent, 5 Front street.
Leaves on SATURDAY, 7th inst, at 5 r. .
RFOR I.OUIEPVII.LE. EVANVVILL, CANRO.
TI XIAmpb.A Xied lli intem lXeAiXt htndlXgs--TXhe n.w lnd
legant aAAAhn IertleAmer IndlAlnTlEl A. N'eal master, .
V, ,.oilA clerkI will leave A above. For freight or pallrge
apply on hboard or t ao
VSTEVENDSON A DOUGLAS, 5 FrontsAtret.
N. B.-The IVXVndian c. dXouble X lVed boilers, not tubular.
A plan of tcl e;blhn canl he seen and rolm. secured u) apply.
i[g to t Xe o XX A X A of the Acel. t.
V'IRG IINIUS C. DENTZI.EL, Adrrtiing'Agent. A
MEIArIPIIS.
RE(IULAR MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANSV
WEDNESDAY PIACKE,
[Xenry BAU e., B
TIXle I,. CRAWFORD, Master.
Tle anove steIamer p iil, on the opening -o the fall trXdX, nln
a ai rawl lr packete betheen V emplXs and hew Orileans,
leIavin eah port EVE Y ERY ALTERNATE WEDNESDA.
Evory erfurt will be made to necomlmolite passengers lind T
sippere, anld until the eeason openn the Henry A es w ill gro
Particular ,attention to all lom phis and BoiAd buAin ai
For further p.rtieulanrs apply- to
STEVENSON A DOUGLAS, AgentsA 5 Front street.
VIRGINITS C. DENTZE/L, AdVtXtlXXg Agent
NEW ORLEANSand MEMPHAIS WIEI)NEXDAY PA:KETY
FOR BATON ROUGE BAAOIX NARA.
NXNatche, YVckbXrg, Napoleon, Illea and Semphis--The
new alnd superior passenger packet
Bttrt AIble,
J. H. TOWNSENDO MaXter,
Will commence her regular trips Lbetween this city and MnA
phi, on or about WEDNESDAY, 5th SeptemLber next, and
x111 thereafter leave here every alternate Wednosday through- b
out the season.
Particular ietattlon will be raid to all way and plantation
business. For freight or passnge apXly to
STEVENSON A DOIUGLAS, 5 Front street.
VIOINIUX O DENTZEIL. AdvertlViI Agent.
OPFFLOS A5S. A
Leave Every SATURDAY. at o'clock Ir. I'A E
FOX OPELOUBAN, WASHINOTON, PORT DARE
F mouth Bayou RoAe, and all intermX diate IX Mdlngson
Bayou Courtableau, Atchafalaya and Mississippi riverA--The
ine, Ilgh-draughtpsenIgaaar steamr CIIIonI XI. . PDikett
master, J. B. iSchmlt clerk, will leave m sovea. Ieturnig,
wll eaveas XlnXton every WEDNe-DAY MORNING, at
X oA'elocI.L mticuar attention pXid to coast buinesl. for
frhet or p~a ~ appply ou boatrs loot of St. Louie street.
VIr OINIUS C. DENTDEL. AdvArtieig AgenL t
LeXve New Orleans EVERY WEDNESDAY, at re. N
O.U OpELOUd. , W ARHINGTON FORT BAER.,
B N immaport MoVth Byo Bou eg., and all IntermedXite
landings on Bayou CourtXbleXau a Athafalya river--The
egllulr Newa Orleans ang OpelXoXu weekly packet steamel
Irene, 0. HincXleyr,mater, M. KenlAon, lark,. will
leave a ·bove, For freiaht or plassage pl on board, or tk
tE. CARLI N, SSOd Levee .treet.
VIRGINIID C. DEN RZBIX AdvertXting AAent
N. B -The steamer , wx I laen passengers at a-. point
on the coast
M,'1. l()I le,
AI'LANTI1: AND M'':,1 .,I|'|'I "'1 LA 1ýIAIII' UYMPA1 N',',
CA(RR.IINII TIHL LNI ISD STATAL MAIL;:
FOR VIL'KyIIUliit, IIlMI'llS, ClAINO AND
One of the fblwing1 1, ~t c+:. r, I pnsn.. .r Wte'.merx wlT1
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REW YBLAIA JYYYEIIBRE PACKETL.
FOiLeu e.FE ON, SIBIIURDAAYD, R R Yr ON,
PFrO CRAB ISI.BRIB BrIaR' OIBrAIIBDBr, BA .
BR Bhr a r ,i t leRB , R lTh enR Ig t. A ,IR ' rR
ter, wl L, Ir.lr aIB1E M,, M. N. r d ARPNTER
IoIIIs I)rU'O r Alab:mR l.R Nte loeRRnlt.
Wet IU.S1ay,) 29. I .I:AirfDl . u I R H.tllRrRiR OUE B i.
CAMlDEN,. TRENTON, ETC
FLmR ri B .I Y, B aB II ter, IRBBI, he 1
FDENTZEL, OILii C 'A N U ,
e }l8 . , , A ... SU E i Al r NlllT":..tl-l nli 2 ..tl l.. A1, I,
BIM,"-i RR A Bt IR A ,R Nl.Ri {IRr SRRBIr ' rB, V h B.
'or freig:,l or p:seage apply on hoard, or to
SINIROTT A ADTAMB , 3 CRmn'erc PiB nero.
REGULARI ,EEIIBTR'I O1N A PACKET.
Parr Pddd u, Shreeiol. {] rand R alI (trend E'lore, St.
Mauln e, motle, al--eonrl, . Nor xn'a", xrbiat n'. and ,d1 way
laudlng.non ILo lilver--TCh splendid, llght-dralt, aidewlheW
ps Ilnger tee lte Stephen.,
MAURICE LANGIIIUNE Matr, BAM. . CAIRPENTER
Clerk,
Will leave a R nbove.
Shlpper, can rely on the Mittle Rtephens leaving on the
above days reRRl ly. Rd taking freight at Dthie luwest going
rates. For freight or paisxlte apply O R Bnard.
TITUS A GWARTNEY. No. S Tehoupltoulas street.
VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEL, Advertising Agent.
CAMDEN, TREIONTONN, ETC
REGULAR OUACIIETA PACKET.
LeatBe R on FRIDAY, 6 REtlb at 5 e. ., positively.
FlaL cLnaIlDEN, (HIAD PAONOLLE, WIl.ITING
t l Arle aSlia. AlbamaI Lndilng, UuxIL hlF S'Ry, Bier
IB B' S LndlllBg, Port U IiBB, TrentonR Bln, UroI b. melo a_ Ir
ri llburg lnRd all R BRA) lalding s ou Ilik lB d Outchitt Rlver
The xuperior passenger steamer
ldlrhoe,
JNI l W. cL5UIIL , ,IarRr IAM. LAWRSOR, Elrk,
W All leave Ba ToR. Ro I Irelght or xrge apply 1B board
or t F. e WINR BU Rit A. r. 5 B Bl!.Rite street.
I'. Si -- teanlR r B ldhR l iil rehll thh F I t ile lUBhtR dr agh
nrtemer g} IPl, P"', 'd the watvr d I uot pertlt o0l her go
Ing tbrough GtNo Cadn.
VIDGI NIs B. DENTDEI, Advertliuig Agent.
!.GO .... SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.... 18B6
REGULAR WEEKLY A UAI:IIITA ADACKIET.
Leaves every SATURDAY, at 5 r. R.
FIOR CAD'IN, CN CAI'AGNLLLE, WALMING
i to.R BR Nrle IaIIB Al-WBe l.ullllo'. I.} , l nt).
"'erR'e d , As OR A rND TLnLI T ClIroe (RnIhnVlE.
IlarronbnrR aRd ell Ioadings n iu SuaRhl I Blati ltIRS YiverDR
Rhe ,ast idt-wheel plol5" e Rr Rt em-r
JOHN W. IN. PB, llRtter. B. PRESR WORK, Clerk,
will leave a boo.a The 'temer Vickh.ur{ . will tako frnif;hg
fr all RaRdi RR' RRRRs r Up IIR" (, a, or, iS .rRvtleRe of re
.ipping at .Tiin Ol the >teamere A tee, atlt . IF t The
, il.nb r4"- Ili to i. t grighl f ll IIIndings on ) Du Iiarbon.
-,d n .n 1.e Barthololm t, wita Torlvllege of arhipeil on
se er SR E , D H . ITE, RR lravier etreet.R
PPaengern ttken for ani coact I ndangs,
"IRGINIUFl C. DIEN'ZEI, Advertisng .lgent
STE AMER S WAN.
REGULAR BAYOU BARTIOLRMEW ABD SALINE
RIVER PACKET.
lTO$ RAYOU BAR 1'HO LOMEW AND
Saline Rirr--All IrEhtE for the ahve nnmd streams
which may be onl~ igned t W tthe care ot stealuer yMrltn will
be rseeised at Trentn tree of etRRrRe, and takeR forward with
us little dasy as pFRR Foiti
N C.A AUL ITT, Agent
No. :l Nalche streeL
VICKSBURG, YAZOO AND TALLAIATCttIE RIVER
PACKET.
Leaves Vickaburrg everý' Ti)EDAY and FRIDAY, atlS. K,
bOR OREF:N WOOD, LFLORE, YAZOO CITY,
L Batartia and all hmdlangs o the I lahatcbie duad Yal|.
buhah rivers-The new, last and superior pllrenger packet
Calumet, S. H. Paricott master T W Richr11 ekerk
aillleaves above co.nneting with the New Urleana len
Vicksburg pyeakets, e. eQultman a.nd Fashion.
VIRGINIUS U. DENhZEL, Advertising Agent.
P. S.--All freight hlped by the nave steamers will be
signed through to any of the above poiuts, with privilege of re.
shipptng on steamer Calumet.
VICKSBURG AND YAZUO RIVER PACKET.
Leaven Vlckeshuru EVF'RY TUESDAY, at 5 n. r.
FOR GREENR'001), LhFP, BE, YAZO0 CITY
I' and all Intermediate Inadinggn also taking freight fir
Tellahatehie and Yellahh.Ib rivers, anId cnneets at Green
wood with packets for Girenada--The new light draft =swen.
gaer steamer Countess, Jotm Henderson, aster, Chas. F
Grater clerk will leave as shaove, connecting with packet
Grey i.agl., From New Ordes.
J. B, PAOAUD, AdverzitIug Age.t,

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