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SWO,.PtAY XORNllO,3 JULYt 1 Ise06. 'te "lream' s t Ol rtlemss-& Cl-eat' Pnlat .. eas 3 melaat' ne e*ll aora s sdlherl A eraer teael* ie abuat the middle of last Wek tlbA*t b- wae to be a grand openidg bat at that, celebrated brandy-and-wateriog - :.e on" the Eastern Bhore, which is known to fashion" so4d arld a int'Clear, and I deter. t e5Os .Aordinf~ ,h borrowed ftfteen of e en ebt a eiart ot her nephew, and amoat g rrivals welcomed by nee. Smes no the "etegant hospetalities of his s., n. oth' 4 o Jane, a866, ws the under ' W iinot wttempt l disgiase the otlutlla the ball w notthe o hifT attrption which drew me ne . vý' , I went Over, 18esoofa young "'ý frfm Central Alabatnm i 'hba expeoted to S ttoe' rd e beaoltifr as e'b ano bsti o the nd mrich as " '*b" ý speleimen of goildgi-cr West of the S"Gedsleea. _ I 'wit raemal, en' xfrenlhe,.e, for the benefit ofwehlttsWebded. 'woman-kind at l a r g- e . . . . . . .t d , wha ll f b fly e n d o w e d w i t h w ".ta -.toa 'termed metallic charms can ebee-; d p p ml lfamre:swiltbout the slightest ,i ft she l .take .the trouble to , eefor that purpose. Imen Wol oen-ls4 itis a most remarkable one,, generally known. o maide or foelmeos. " ar num ber of dashing young fellows .:.:Nciii.;...ii l1 is, the charms of the young lade a -e)Oemrai Alabama came up for discussion-1 ateambermonetary charms-I really did not think w.luele vheter ahe, poeaaea -any other sort; IVau so forcblystruck with the report of 5beir tedtlthat I pledged myself to woo, win , i:.i llr s the sweet reature within a period of six 1e;.an,!,nder a no-ee penalty than -of e.oro . personally responsible for the ~dle.etbbfdel8hia ohampagne supper for the "UId.elý[Wa o$e0leoresene at the Poiht Clear l,. m now .that the pledge was a rash ""~ bdll5l .hs~ lut .el I took upon myself Its ~"s lmnoblgationa, We were the, companions of half a doyen empty'ide' bottles ashd a box of al abu ; ia inaextennation of, the folly, Imuatbe p.ulitOte .'tbl thefaet that under such cir. oiIlilnoen, r.,e.te.t of Es are not always fitted fop a dinadilnatioton between rectitude dela .lUg once made the pledge, I de gdst erlbse hey end see what chance "t, iethe ball room at seventeen nndao d l. st 'tle 4euf't s.rsio the evening of the third, , ~a J skooinan-the young lady . was about to dance the .Young ytaester Adolphus Fan S lIttblat we what I heardsomebody S-bbs he:was ,nuqueatlonably the meet Olybeatifol specifmen of gushing girlhood .m efl- belil, tWith e'-form- that. ould ]burseh e the eslebrated Vesus of hlo--a form as esiba Indal nf proportisoothes thu '.i doh6 6c.doaicely bhleve it other than the reLtion pf some inspired sculptor ; a form, in .'alst6S l p-t; firest, pr gset goddess 'that . r l.lb· on.nl-ltht amld thb roses of er . *?lto ' ieeld have resigned her bye ter . sd hpp :i.naortoeily to possess; with eye that. .flahed more brightly and b..eassa"'ths unmitedrtaoys or a con ateon ,llatioe oftltoig tais. and m. de of thossand hearts at every mere lovably leustrons, hbut vry retemlig the golden mistfabrlcs woven soIS ioon tfdtllaemiti; 'withlip. whobse tbt ~_~ . 1~eat hov bpho sweeter t~oan tOattyl . ; . . lVo ine as musicat ae ,ith asv o'.o ey; and, in one w eepitdtuionooltrind hylan fon OZi.ol .aed eI cven whe neer ear dof tle freedmen's bmho n bek aoenot wheare last em!-anlu tau :p six haudre enad forty-threes dollar sop a alf t b owtlhihlapan ominh of e pt.qsL I have alresdy , -1l neon was abot "'aoeng gentlemen of .I rher as a pie dlast e lt de wore what e S i .e thh elolda"dozen of thim I - lega ev"at. e a. ' . polIks . chot ofl4+`eipnwsýee. 1 Mthe-moment of os .n. ti'eo f* . Viotori+r 'Vb naon and ytoopg n were te nly couple on the flooeh apd tdthe-bend strike up and send thdm lthab than sty attentiit wah ire to the classical loveliness of Vio ' foot and the exqisitely graceful aot iheeh.e hndl tdk ..I noticed, too, ;·;4itntfiltee, ýpl e h attempted to :.stotinaph ,theotherof he4r3 nd7h an.dt obit.per pir. T.s, urºv ?tep iis s one nsnow whandn fsh'ktt . ;!l ° g a flak ne oo es'ow wltilin VAt anah.sla f O o-miow of the collar r as -' soat ,, s wiLth-. the other she ie a, . ea,"si mrad enohant I anpee for -theotworth meon lano d e o edid saady tri.end T. mps-tilhegglg "Pray, who I I to hat euUf..hIgprlete of the retlena ire th so happy in the con ' h b, ill. fortu ofe T.nfaE yon ,mean," said my friend, the same for .' . t,^' connped ble, aoweeer, there 5 1 toid worth aides "d «a 7ie v i and, e iawot .uel t w t 1' e aes wfe1 . Fu ot a e aes t a, I eossure that to be seen swith so distingoished a elher S a old he a :?4toion, 4'btyonale In ;gld gesnleman sittig at ' ilfor in _ the direc to 4atre that I ahie opti p sdg oldgentle 'L.i2 'i amtold hil y's neighbor *srnWUt prestb -teievileat so of .pleare, that I had his ats waakneoaee. Fully mtldedofthotXfeltonsraged to proeed, 1 whisk I aeoordele did. She is absolutely too beautiful for earth. She is gorgeously neautiful. And then, how qoeenly Obere sir, if you please, with what aon p proachable grace those delicate fingers liift the t immaculate drapery floating around her like n" stormndriven cloud to delight our eager vision with elysian glimpses of those dainty feet, whose tread would scarcely orooh the pelals of the lily." The hearty old gentleman smiled cheerflly, the twinkle of his eye growing livelier at every word I uttered, clearly indicating a full-blown apprecia. at tiod of my style of remark. at nd do me the kindness to observe further, rg sir. the elegant fit of that fairy slipper, which even ithe fable Cinderella could not have worn ; and if itis not leading your eye into forbidden paths. sir, r snfr mee to invite your attention to that classi n cally exquisite ankle, which so charmingly courts rthe gaze of admiring eyes." SThe hearty old gentleman drew his bandana and h blew his nose appreciatively. At the same time a r handsomely dressed gentleman sitting near was suddenly seized with a severe hit of cougling, and thrusting his pocket handkerchiefinto his mouth e as the nearest approach to a specofic then at rhand, hastily left the room. "Ah, sir, you behold nothing of the false calf s there ! All it perfectly genuine-a real, boon j,i', masterpiece of nature's hanolworkl-a natural blending of poetic and geometrical grace, to be hold which would amply repay a voyage across I the Atlantic." The hearty old gentleman smiled more blandly than before. He had nol outgrown, i plailly peir ceived, the romance of youth, and still had an eye for a well-turned ankle. e The exquisite creature, sir, were perfect but fir one thing-the very familiar tanner in which she permits the arm of that insufferable young puppy, Fantadling, to clasp her beanutiful waist. But for that, sir, I should be tempted to lay my heart at her feet." " Indeed !" said the hearty old gentleman, sud denly growing serious. " ee-the lady ap proaches; shall I have the pleasure of preaenling h you?' "I shall be more than delighted." f "Allow me, Mr.- , (your name has escaped a me, but no matter,)-allow me to present--my t daughter-the wife of that insufferable young puppy, Fantadling!'" O0 what I said or did, or how I got away from there, I havn't the least idea in the world. I only r know that some flfteen minutes afterward I found Smyself leaning against a pine tree some three hun dred yards from the hotel, that I wallked about f twenty miles up the bay in time for a late break f fast, and that Gen. Smedes has my hat as the only a reward for his hospitality. Il Bshop Elliott -a Emsnnaeio tlsn ned ther S Hellegou InOatructen5 os- Frerdmaen. 0 We find in a late number of the Church Journal copious extracts from the recent address of the Bishop of Georgia to the conventiuo. We copy the following interesting passage on the subject e above mentioned: The emancipation of the slaves, which has prac tically taken place since our lust meeting, has placed the diocese of Georgia under no new onti gations; it has rather freed her from a earfuol re sponsihility. The church in our diocese needed no instruction from abroad upon her duty to the slaves within her border. She had always consid ered slavery as a trust committed to her by God a sacred trust to be held by her until taken out of r her hands by permission of the same power r ho placed it there. Slavery was no ilsti tution of her making. Georgia protested Sgaainst its introduction into her limits again and againt bat it was thrust upon her aby Esglish and New England cupidity. When thus forced a pon her, without her desire, its de scenotfrom fatherto son, and its rapid increase make no difference in its guilt, if guilt there was. That still rested upon those who brought it here. following after them to judgment, where it wil: one day meet them. The duty of the church was to act sider certain circumstances in which she found herself-circumstances not created by her SBelf bti permitted to exist for the trial of her faith and zeal. And wonderfully has she per formed her work. Never, in the history of the world, has there been such a rapid and effective missaionaay-work a the christian church has per formed in this land in connection with slavery. For we must remember that the slaves. when heabroght bprepap tea perid asIo late as 1808, were e" iaise savages a our missionaries are now saibattaig with, to very little effect, upon the coast of Africa ; were the same savages aS are attinggaoh other's throats day after day, and perpetrating enormities which disgrace humanity. Spon their own soil, even in the very sight oc miaionagy operations, An yet, within the period of two centuries, there has been made out of these a savages a Ohristian people, havinga eear discern ment of right and wrong, understanding very dis tinotly theisystem of our religion,having educated teachers of their own ;color and their own race, gentle, kind and, until meddled with, faithful and affectionate. The number of communicants in the various churches of the South far exceeded in proportion to population that of the whiten. They had churches of their own in all the large cities, managed by themselves, containing thousands of communiceats,.and in the rural districts they were visited by missionaries appointed speciallty for their benefit, or they mingled in the same religious Instruction with their owners, eating of the same consecrated bread and drinking of the same con secrated wine. Their behavior during the long fierce war which is now terminated, is thie sub limest vindication of the institution of slave ry, as it existed among ns, which could have been offered to the world. With years of preliminary agitation about the rights of the slaves and the cruelty and barbarism of the masters-with hordes of deceitful fanatics scattered through the Southern country, some in the guise of teachers, some of peddlers, some of book agents, some of mechanics, and all alike tam pering with the slavs-.with a war which reqoired the absence of all the able-bodied and the warlike from home-with a proclamation of emancipation esounded In their ears as early as 1862, and sum mosing them virtually to strike for their rights with large armies of those who called themselves their friends traversing the country and thundering at their very doors-these people never once lifted their, hands or their voices voluntarily against their owners, but with nobody to coerce and restrain them save weak women and infirm men and' boys too young for military porposes, a they remained quiet doile industrious, obedient exhibi tig in no case, that I have ever heard of. insabordinsation or iasorder. Any cruelty they may havesince exaibllefdthey.lav learned from other teachingthanours--any bararisminto which they may have alnee lapsed, they have fallen into after they had passefromaunder orle influence. Where in the world's history has there been a case like this offerbek~ne and quisetntoss where an inferior rice haibeen oppreased by a saperigo, and had the means given it of vengeance ' Our own times fdLbitah'htb~'lOntaoete in fearful contrast-the one of the ferocity of the French in their terrible overthrow of the church, the monarchy and the aristocracy, and that of the negroes of St. Domtain go, who have fulnished to this age a name for eotehiug inhuman and barbarous. One oe two things is therefore clear, either that these people sfforeanpo oppression worth the name, or that slavery 'praducedt Christian virtues through its tancalang.,to e arppliee, olfthe most rare and strik Iong character. T TheA' lent of things lead to two important -ti'usulte. First. ittindlnates the Chrisltan harhe in the South from the obloquy that has i hebilee upon it, as if t was winking at a titba-sus and unohristian system, and doing noth ing to amallorate it-a vindication which it ought to hayer and whichI now lay humbly upon its aaltar. o peple have ever labored more faith fully, more devptedly, with more aelf-dsnial, than h iave Southera Ch.istans to do their best for the slaves committed to their trust. Very many have I known who have given up their lives for their Sreligious instruction; many whohave impoverished themselves that their slaves might be comfortable or free. Almost every minister for half a century past has devoted some of his time to these poorer members of his flioclk,2 and very many more would have kneeled at our altars, had they not preferred ta more expiting worship and a more enthusiastic exhibition of their feelings than we allowved. I say, without tear of rightful contradiction, that if a slave did not relieve religious instruction it was I because he did not care abaut it, or because he was-a some remote position, where the whites t were as bdly off es himself. TiTe other pranctical point is that we have no need to change oar system of tInstrution becanse of thin emanlipations r to call n any foreign helpp to our asslstance. The church in Georgia has a1 Sways taught the colorad race, so far as len noum ber of her olergymen and the rivalry of the other d denominationas woulnid permit her. We- must sim plaurpn tholeae plan in the future. We have Iaways b· ad.8sdyanlk for them--let us con tine the ame. We have always welcomed them e to oaer ehehe and tars-lt he continue the same. We have always eraltted them to organ SIechurens or themselves-they have been free as aMr upeon thin poit--let e, continue the same. If ethe.ohoreh p*'e orgssed a Episop&l hurones, we taIf be glad to assist and heer erm, and ls them is the way ot true godliness. Iapse toee ity to change our coarse for the prear, nr dor I see that we need Soy help from p abea'd1 their religious suitors. We Lave Chris. Ot# mw0ee,ana hrittian women in abundance . atonng .as, who will undertake ap work Sfor the ehireh. Organise them In your viprte poliahes and thesy will do the twork asare eeOntUy than any others can. None dadata the colored race an well as we do--nones h se." onfldea e as folly as we have. SMy 'eloser bonlatioin that If any fstars good or blessinag ito comes for these people, it must be of homw groth i5t muatise the continuation of the isae kindly feelig between the racen which has I heretlofre existed. Every person imported from abroad to instruct or teach these people is an influ ence, unintentionally perhaps, but really, widen ing the breaech between the rates. This work ! must be done by our.elves doe faithfully, earn s e ly and as i the sight of God. Love moot go alontg with it: gratitude fior their pat services;: nmemories of our ettncy and hildlchod ; thoughtt e of the glory which will accrue to us, when ee 1shall lead these people, once our servants, but not now as servants, but above servants, as brethren d beloved, and present them to Christ as our offering of repentance for what we may have failed to tui e fill, in the past, of our trust. d But it may be asked, do yoen regret the abolition t" of slavery ? For myself and my race, no ! I rather rejoice In it but for them, most deeply. I r sincerely believe it the greatest calamity which n could have befallen them; the heaviet st roke if which has been struck against religious advance r, meat i this land. I wonuld not, if I could, have it i- restored fcr ay benefit to me or mine oCr v couln Strymen. 1n have met nobody who would. autl for them I see no future @in this contry. Avlrice i and o cupidity and interest wil do ior their axtian t tiou cwhatthey hlve always done fde r kalolo Irutltetedi i interior race. Poverty, disease, hotell.lerauee it will oltlow in their tliei and do the rest. I say I these thingc frolm nto ill-fhelitg tgalinst the race, it fr God ismy wltnessre, 1 lve loved them andtdo love themn, andtt ave labored for them nil my tile. if but because at this lo:ent 1 think it myl duty to t lput these opinidos upon record, that the past mlay c be vindicated and the future take none by osut prise. diner c1nfe1Iifenccs tCas ,r Oeree,. NO 91 C"',"" a" , 2it Ihorsdy .timnci , J::v : ", , :. . it Yesterday was a warm and bright day on the levee. We cannot say that business was very active, although the departing steamers left with p good trips. The T. D. Hine did not leave as an nounced. She leaves positively this evening for Jefferson, Shreveport and way landings. g The Mittie Stephens is receiving, and leaves positively for Jefferson and intermediate points on Red River to morrow evening. BoAsa Drs.-The Luminary from St. Louis, g hems D'Or from Red River, Vicksburg from Ounchita river, and Nina Simmes from Bayou n Sara, will he in port to-day, and will leave again das advertised. lWe were pleased to meet on the streets yester day Capt. Jhu A. Bolfliger, superintendent of tie Atlantic and MiscsiS.lppi Steamship Couipany. He has just arrived from St. Louis on business of the line. GLIPPINGS FROM OUP EXCHA:;M ES. Sr. Locis. July 7.-Altheao'.h the river cetvinued swelling yesterday, a decline is expe:tn d to c'on l mene, to-day or to-morrow, based on the fact that e the Missouri and Upper Misiod--ippi hove been fall ing for some days, and the absence of the prob bility of a swell for some turle in t1'e mirois, which is at present down to a low staie. There in plenty of water, a high tage out h,,v. i re to t'!ro atd the delta, but a rapid deci'c:o a iot Sstage is at hand. i- usioness cclinues fair for the season, but re- I -ceipts from the North are dicil .i.:, the old :o crops of grain having become exhau :-%, and the te newi yet to be harvested. The new trops areI I. abundant. Rocv . ifOUNTAIN REGION R. 1n BU SIN-.' -I of rumor be correct--it seldom i isi an)y mntance-- i 'r the upper Missouri river trade has proved, this I- year, tr he steanboats that are engaged in it, das rich as that which made celebrated thile ar agosies of ancient Greece. The aiounts of net r proit reaized by some of those Rocky Mountain nsteamers which have returned, are, according to common rumor, as follows: St. Johns, not inclu ding a considerable sum for government services. $17.000: Molite Dozier, 5:t.clOc: Tanycoy Sln, m0t0; W. J. Lewis, $40,00: Deer Lodge. $70.010: Peter Balon. trip of ninety-six days, clisj,)o. Only 0 Chance and Gold Finch, profits not ascertained. Those indefatigable citizen=, B.. S. Mepham & - Bro., are said to have gained a .ool one Ihundre r thousnand from tlce voyages of their three steam ere, Peter Balil, Gold Finch and Iron City. Tlhose who, like us, are constantly among boatmen, hear many regrets uttered by owners of boats that they did not " load for the mountains." There will be a larger number of boats announced next year Ior the gold regions of the Upper Mtisoourl than ever before. It is believed that cocmpetition :6r freight and peassengers will be so active that raoes will be very low, and many of the boats will lose money. This season has been the most favorable ever e d perienced for the voyage, in the matter of water. " There were but few accidents to the large feet which left this city, and in a few days the most of them will be in port. Some were on the way down, and were turned back in government ser vice, for which they are .pacil ;30 ver day, a sum, we presume, very satiaistct. to the owners of said boats just at this tiwme. As a general thing, the trip to and from Fort Tenton, without unusual interruption, is made in seventy to ninety days; distance run, 6.;310 miles. We have noticed that sickly persons making the voy V age are entirely restored to health, and that the hardy and sun-browned boatmen, previously ex posed constantly to the weather, gains flesh, and becomes dark as an Indian. This season the St. r Johns was the first boat to reach Fort Benton, just aboot one hour ahead of the Deer Lodge. Capt. Pat. Yore, commanding the latter, lost a suit of clothes on the result oft that race. After writing t the above, we met a cautious etc boatman, the owner of one of the fortunate boats of the Moon- I tain fleet, and asked him if he knew what were the I i proits of any of the voyagaes. "Oh," says he, " that's not fit for the papers, but you i:ight say from ten thousand to forty thousnond dollars each boat." He could have told us moro, but didn't. Saturday has swung around again, and just as punctuall the dashing Mississippi is at her wmharf boat loading for New Orleans. This magnificent steamer will leave without fail to-day at or 5 i o'clock P. e., from foot of Market street, aording one of the best opportunities to travelers. The veteran and accomplished captain Jesse -. Ford commands, and M. D. Coudiff, Esq., her popular clerk, is in attendance at the desk. a The Magenta has laid up at the lower end of the city. She will have her guards prepared for cot ton, a new root, be repainted and improved, and be ready to resume business in about five weeks. It is said she will run between Memphis and New SOrleans in the fall. She is a famous boat, and hasn't done her best yet. The superb Henry Ames, Captain Crawford. will have a full load of produce on board this s evening, and will then, or at 10 to-morrow morn Stag, leave for Vicksburg. New Orleans and way points. Tile experienced and attentive George A. Williams, formerly of the New Orleans and Vicks a burg trade, has charge of the office. CINCINNATrI, July G.--The weather continues clear and hot, with the mercury ranging at nionety six degrees yesterday. At Pitsburg the river is falling, with twenty-four inches in the channel. Here the river has receded twelve inches during the past twenty-four hours, with ten feet on the - shoalest barse hence to Louisville. There are five and a half feet in the canal. There are eight feet water in the lower Ohio. The Cumberland is fall ing, with four feet on Harpeth shoals. Casao, July 7.-The river at this pointis running with a good stage of water to Cincinnati and New Orleans. The weather is warm and pleasant, with slight showers of rain. PrnaOineo, July 6.-River twenty-five inches and tailing. Weather clear and warm, The Luminary came in with a fairtrip of freight, added some here and went on rejoicing. She ttook the place of the Atlantic. a Cumberland river continues to fall with about four feet water on Harpeth shoals. The Tennessee is still falling, with less than thirty Inches on Colbert shoals. We learn that Mr. H. L. Henry, who purchased the Clara Dolsen at auction a few days since, has d suceeeded in getting possession of the steamer. e She isin perfect order, and will probably leave y for New Orleans in a few days. cr LortsveLLe, July 7.-The river was falling very Id slowly yesterday, with fivSe feet water in the canal d n the evening, by the mark. During the previous s twenty-four hours it had fallen only an inch at the Ihead of the foalls, and three inches at Portland. if The weather was exteedingly warm yesterday, is the thermometer at noon ranning up to ninety in a the shade, with clouds threatening rain and s storm, but only a few drops of rain fell, and the storm passed off elsewhere. S On the falls last evening there were three feet is water in the pass down the Indian chute, and the river falling very slowly. Rains have been reported along the line of the . Nashville railroad, in the vicinity of Nashville, and Sstorms and rain upin the North, which may havre t. awollenthe tributaries. e A rise in the Cumberland may be looked for, . though that stream was falling at the last accounts n The Bermuda, for Johnsonville, cleared early a yesterday, descending the falls threogh the Indian . chute. 8 Our port list was rather light, and business If eqally light, yesterday, though the Cincinnati Spackets continue to have good trips. tThe Nick Loagworth has deferred her departure to New Orleans to next week. She Is a very light draft, first-class side wheel packet, Is charge of Capt. Irvine, who has advertised her for Wedaasdaynext. Eon New OaLeNsa.--Thes taunsh new steamer P. IF. Strader, Capt. Stein, is advertised lor New Orleanatlhs evening. fhi starts from the Portland earf, aad having choice aacmmodatlons, will provide comfortably for pasesgere. MtPYsars.--Tke weather baa been exceedlogly fine, as well as esxeedingly warm. The leveeas been likes deserted vilsage all day. Not a boat at thetanding all day exeept the steaMer Hope, which was present fore nbhor or two. The river 5 is falling. At St. Loels, on Friday evening, the MIiseiasippi was rising lowly, but is was a pusele where the rise came from, as the Missouri and all upper k rivers were on a dacline. I The St. Francis river is flling ranpidly, with Sp'entv of water as high up as Mat iana. Crops are I.ry pronmeing, and the planters are exceedingly juholant thereat. Ce apt. Joe Bryann has left the wheel of the ienmry mt A tae, nod wtill in a few days take conuand of the t Lizzie (lll. p Capt. Ram. Shock. late of the Atlantic and Mis sissippi Comcopany's line, who has been to St. Louis on a pleasure trip, returned yesterday, fresh and thearty. He will be found, as osuam, on the star twharfhont, ready to transact any steamboat bhse ness that may offer. to The Atlantic and Mississippi Steamboat Compn ny. in addition to selling its whanrfbats at Mem phis. Vieksbrg and oNapoleon, will sell tie bars it on all its boats. Sealed protosals flr the bars - will be opened atSo. Loats on the 1tth. and for the tewharfboats on the 25th ot the present month. 'T. 1s., lto n-oa nEoF'ceoeSOen.- Tile excellent passenger o oteamner T. 0). DItee, Capt. IJ.. Worley cnllannder, with Mr. Goeo. C. Hamilton in the Soliep, leanves this evening at 5 o'clock for the bovre ad all intermediat e l.odlngs ol Red River. itheadie ip:ssengcrs to lose no ti!e io stcuri'ng raenom for the trip oelr thi steamer. They cannot fail to feetl at home oil burd and will e flural-hed ith Iexcellent accommodatione, and will also be well entectaited by our frieond Hailton, who wil keep tohem in a good hunmor by hlis long list ot humorous stlories that Ie wil inmpart to theml n dur inn the time that they may be o board ot this tont r'anod conoidious steamner. SFOeR Tn WnO TEsat PtnEcsN--Thc fine, fast low pressure steamer Creole. Captain Charles Walker t commanding, and iMr. Sam. Green, clerk, :leaves a above to-dayn on the arrival of the n A. n. train oi cars, Pontchartrain railroad. Agents, Leach & Perkins, coner of Caronadelt and Grapier streets. I CahE A FORn ToH WATIuNSr P'LACos.---TIIis . regulnr, fast and splendid low presesoe packet ithe arrival of the 9 ts. . train. (C'apt. A. P. e Boardman is in command. and Mr. John Otway is the elicient purser. i: ,:- ul ottcE.--The splendid new low prei ure pasener pat,.cket Mary, C-apt . \. . 01 ,oi-s, lonnansdcr, leaves as above frolI th,' tclake eco of tile Pontchertrain railroad at I M. to-sas. Agent-. C'. Htrris, corelr o! Camp and tConmon streets. tonot's l - (, N..lleii (tloocooenol,.alnMeo.'otm d I ti'r atld tatcoitet pa.nenger packet, ioc con:olllaod ot ol o. loapt B t. Packard wocth C. J. d . E.k!t-v i., olh it ,.ils,. ! a' r at 5 . ot. . -tio-da ftlr ti,, ab.,v. nt IL a d Inst. Iit1'I--E ýl-t1L'II-tJERCP. Lacssa vx Vrl. o 1 ,: ?n;,` grave, " ]: ijry ,:mUlma, Billings, fl.r I it loV.wI t, (;o'r dy, ,. r. ; e, tio. S4chr S B Stebbins, Smith, for Bratus so,), i Arrived Yesterdn5 . it Steamship Texas, Stanton, fontl Gahlve.tn. t1, S H!a:,es i Bowen--1st district Steamship Lizzie, Webbhher, from Pensaeol, to Mrrlntt, Denham, lMclininell &co--,li.ml Ship Castiue, Thurston, 2' days from New York. :u lhketjet &DeVertu-3d di~tict :t· y Ship Kate Davetnprt, Otis, 27 day.J irom Dostn, to (I; A Fodick--lst district 32 Br brit Sr Roba Peel, (Coner, from Havanla. to E Troi·;.t'os--td dishrt i1', Sch I N Brol, HIarrison. from Havana, to e Rivers & IClay-,-n dltiirtt el Srtowo T7. e Amtoeir, Palmer, front tih Parse --Towed down r and to sea, th inst, barks Henry and lunt, and brig t G Groves--Brought up slip Kate Iavenoport r Lo Sta t :i S;hniaun. froml the l'a;ser -Brouuht up shlip Castine flatOATS. t Mittie Strtephna, L ,:h4orne, from Jefferson. SLoaise .Hopkins, Lroo Mobile. - ina nlluultes, Greathouse, from Bayou Sara. At Qnaranttne. Br tchr Wecmrao, - -, aorom Ilatanzas, in bal last. to narster Babetr Saihadorr Exports Yesterday. MATAMORIOS-Br nstr Angelina-200 bbis ho whisky 70 bbls flour 20 bble aleohol t5 bxs soap 30 1 bxs candles and sundries MOBILE-Scar Down--1010 sks corn 100 sl k of 'bran 105 sks oats iat cases wine HAVANA-Br brie Etrota--s bbis flour 150 aks I bran 9 tcs hams n0,000 feet lumher BIlIAZOS SANTfiAlO--Schr S B Stebbins-490 bbls flour 2 tes hams GO tcs lard 60 bxs starch and sundries Imuots Yesterdar. HAVANA-Schr R N Brown-0 hhbds sugar 319 bxs do G L Laughland--00 bxs do E Troisgros a 57.00 cigors S Hernsheim-5 bbls paper cigars F A Gonzales--3 bxa mdse Vallere INDIANOLA AND GALVESTON-Steamship Texas-225 head cattle Ben Foster&co-sundries Sto order SPENSACOLA-Steamship Lizzie--94,000 laths Santford, Black &co--sundries to order SHAVANA-- r brig Sir g ubt Peel--286 hhds 03 tea and 30 bIls molasees to E Troisgros NEW YOIRK--Slhin Castire-- Atd mdse BOSTON-Ship Kate Davenport--927 tons ice to Gage. Badger &co--Astd mdse to order MOBILE-Steamer Louise-Sundries to order Conslanees. Per ship Castiner from New York-J ' I'Sarrazin P Avet & Cambon-Atlantic and Mliss S C o-J A Lu--Folger &oo-C C Sampson---J C Morris- ,Keep & CauleldKent, Thomae & Carter--S Wolff SA Koenig-P Dwyer--R M I)enman &co-N Rich ardsa-Wheelock,Finlay &ao-J M Johnsoi--M M Merriell &co-T B Bodley &co-Walker & Snyder ,a i Kepler-Jas Gonegal-S M Todd &co-Aaron & Myers--H Huller-J Gauche-T Waterman-Wil Sliams & Morray-Katz & Barnett-G A Fosdick L Dalshbeimer-Blake & Tower-N Whelahan-L Fix-Kearny, Blois &co--I Utholf-C iRaymond P Mallard- H J Phelps &co-Page. Bradford &co A D Grieff-E W Burbank---Russell & Hall-H T t Hill &co-Hill & Veazie-W G Lyon &co-George - Stroud-La & Tex Petrol S & G L Co-Norman & Whitney--Thornhill & Richardson--Thiele, Seiler 6&co-Pothoff Knight-M Lyon-Gordon & Her SIrlck--C Jaobert o--Ftjo, Marks &co--J S Si monds-M W Smith-Chas Loeffier--1) Kellham & t co--W P Converse jr---Barnett & Lion---Erast & Tupper-W &J McCracken-J W Platt--W Lin s dop-Haan & Frederickson--J H Carter-A C Wil bur-Geo P McLean-J Davidson-Jno T Moore , J Simon-Fatjo & Brunuaso-Slark, Stauffer &co e E F Mioton-- N Morison--E Montese--Bridge & Son--Griffi Porch--J I Adams &co--J Voelkel it Campbell & Itickerby--A Aman-- Sturtevant & co--larnes, Ward &co--N O &J Railroad--James Barba-J Syme-D M Hildretllh--A Lanata--O E Hall-E Thompson &co--Thos Iesser-Simonds& d Meyers-J S MalnseIl &co---(iilord & Perkins- sE J lHart &oo--R Bleakley &eo--SD Maoody &ao . J Hogue--P F Mitchell co--i Doudoussat--T SKeller--Bouton, Smith & Denman--J P Coulon- Ellis & Chamberlin-Mitehell, Craig &co-- J L Lee SS E Moore &co--M NcGraw--J Aikens-- F" Wag Sener--S T Bleasiug--J Reynolds--B Pifet-order Beeelht. of Produes tYeasrdal. cotton R Lloyd--2 do Ben Toledano--17 Carroll, a Hoy &o--ll do J W Borbridge &co-- J b King 5 Scott, Cage &co--2 Dean, Adams & Gaff--I do J Chaffe & Bro--1 E Marqueze--39 pkgs liqouors to i E Thompson &co--8 rols leather W C Lipscomb- 4 coils roe Slark, Statffer co--170 hides Wright, Alien &eo--240 do 3 bales wool B L Mann &co-4 e sks wool to A F Dunbar-sundries to order-Total d 143 bales cotton e BAYOU SARA--Steamer Nina Simmes-15 bale cotton R Flowrer--8 do D R Carroll &co-- do to r, J DaSilva &co- do W B Tullis-S5 bbls peach es and sundries to order--43 hlds bone black to p A Thompson &co--Total 30 bales cotton a leeetPts by sanllroad. ti N. O., J & O. N. B. R.--Jly 11-5 bales cot ton Falerson & A McLarin-4. do Kern A S cherc S1 do Thornhill & Richardson-6 J P Manico &co- ' 5 R Flower--2 do Warren & Crawford-8181 feet :e lumber W D Weaver--500 do C E Gate &co--16, Ir 000 do J P Baker--2 bbls whbsky McAllister &co 3t ban peaches 6 bbls apples A Cognarlk--56 bas Speaches I. Golding--i car cattle Pascal Serve-13t nbl rosin 1 do turpentine Huntington Bros--1197 d feet lumber A Wang--asundries to order-Total 27 U bales cottan N. O., O. & G. W. tR. R-July 10--3 bales y moss S Jubeson-S36 ks onions and sundres to L is Srle--36 hbead cattle and sundries to order at N. O., O, & G. W. i. R.B-July 11-92 hides , W H H Witherell--t bales wool Ben Toledano--3 rr bble potatoes 1 bales wool to J B Gerard &co--45 sks onions and amndries L Serle--ll bales moss 32 pi hides t bales wool lMontrage & Carlosa--1t htdes in O Broussard-34 do i Labausquerre--130 sksa ion Ir 4 bales moss 124 bead cattle and sundries to order -3ltJ feet lumber S Caudreaax TE ' lll'ICISil P' . I- V EtII )SJOL. .STEAM BETWEEN LIV 'lPOiOL AEND NLW OILEAIS, SC.llus at -avtn itand Qu.untownl I bd andombnark Mls and Pssengers; taking Cotton, and signing bills of lading here at through rats ftraeight ce to St. Petersburg, Moscow, Riga, Hamburg, BremeI , AItwerp, Hotterdam, Gothenburg rand Havre. Steerage passenger tickets areanrlted hereld this line to bring pasaengersfrom Liverpool or Quaenbton to New Orleans, Ifor $R0 il currency, per adult. The inal port of destination may be either fixed onsigning the bilkl of lading, or declared by the bolder of the bill of ladirg within twelve hours aiter the sealerss arrival as5 Iiverpool thu affording the bmporter the choice :ol market,. e THE BR.ITI AND AMERICAN STEAM Novigation Company Llited, will dispatch the following fIl C powered Iron Screw steamships between LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS DIRECT, s*Uillng rom LIVERPOOL sd NEW ORLEANS MI rtl:i) During the Sui ner LOUISIANA............ I4 tis......P. Jamin.n, Captain. iMIISSSIPPI. ...........1711 ton......J. Campbyll, Captai FLORIDA ........... .. 137 ton......A. Flint, Captain. MISSOURI..............1M toys......bA. Buxk,Captain. ARKItANS . .........1:1tone....N. T. Baron, Captain. ALABAMA..............129 tons......W. L. Mianey, Capt. GAMBIA.................1W tons......J. Graham, Captain.. CAROLINA ...............141 tons.....J. Halrby, Csaptai. BOLIVIAN ............... 1 tons...... P. P. P. Coche,Capt Oabin PassagM to Liverpool $1M gold, or its equivalent in currency. For rats of freight apply to HUNTER, ASKEW & CO., 41 Carondelet street. Consilgees of goods are respectfully desired to present their Bill. of Lading at the oyIlee, pay their freight, and obtain de. livtry orders for the same. NEW YORFIC. NEW YORK MAIL STEAMSHIP G:UtNMY ., STAR LINE OP STEAMISHIPS 'IOR NEW YOs IK DIRBECTr-TIIE NEW aIId I.lendid .1 :lwdcsn! ooateam^ps- MOR.ING STAR.....E2,lilu- ...N .- n Cc:n::under. EVENING STAR.....205 trns....elluinn, Comiema dr IEIDINi STAR .. ..256 toni....Hor) o:,.::de blfiii STAR........2-otlue....,- , Co Imnydier The new anrd first-cias arew :.eim rpe MISSISS I P .Pi.......... :4, Cou."... u irmtmn, Uomm~ndmnn .ESRIPiIACi .... IE..... i ts...,,Ie cur;ui MARIPUSL .. . .,, 130toW .... Quick, Coalurmedig. MONTEREY ...........i 110dlN ..1 ..lt ommuand.g. T h e n e w a n d fl lt ch e. l ,.- t -5p Will o .vn , CR psr y' rWh , .r f t of J:.rchen Sqaue, In SATURNAI, Juld ii, I 1 The Line is composed of the largest and mast elegant steam ships which have eve, been buit in thin co- ,ry for any h"mi, line. Thiy are in siry respect fired tir oatsn sryvice t,.d t. e . ruyte Ufn whichth they ru I)I aer ,cc-rtmoda.iont re noit excelled by th,tie of n, t,'re, rs y ors in tse worli F.PASSAGE AT REDUCED RATES. Freight will be reeived at the Coimpany's warehou0s on the andse, at all times during buners oii rs, rnd the Company's sir;t, for freight will always oe made ast ilo, s by any u e,,h: Fort aight or passage apply to J. M. COIR'TENAY, Agsent. 33 Caroudelet street. FOR NEW iYRK. T I - . . .. SUNDA- Y, !NI. 'it ii . i . [OR' l NEW .O.BO K-THE FAST AND BEI.ULAR Stva-hip Grant, iHOLMES, C'om-Aider, t Will leave iher wharf, foot of Touluo, e street, recin Dr trct, as above. First Cabin PFis .. .... ... . $) For freight or pariae, appiy, to ALFRED MOULTON, (C+A -1VE1)TON.--I N)I)ANOLA.. FOB OALVEbIUN, INDIANOLUA AND LAVACA. MORGAN LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSBRIPS. Leaves on SATERDAY, Ju:y II, o:oa. x. 0 tPAtSAGE TO IALVESTON ........................... $21 PASSASE TO INDIANOLA ..........................:J S Freight by thin stesmer to 1,il,1it on. Intiant la a.d I.an ,t at same rates, nadi as low as by as y other steamer i.otirp for either o tile ablove torts Freights dehvered at Lavaca by lighiters free of etrar charge. OSI GAL~ ESTON, ItDTANOLA abd LAVACA The low pressture sine-stl stsami. lp W sm. G. He-,y. D ri. AU:TIN. Commondr:; Will sleae a above, from the footi t .orseph street. For freilght ot passage apply on board or i, 9 U HARRIt. Asent, Corner tamp and Common streets. Bills o1 lading signed at the Aget'i Itt.ea. These lteamers, carrying the U. . A lat,, leave punctmtlly as advelitned. Coal Oil receield in metal packagest only. P e' A steimer of this hine sill leave every third day for Sabove ports. S . PENSSACOLA. WARRINGTON, PENSACOLA AND MILTON. To sail on SATURDAY, lith inst., at 4 o'clock P. Y. FOR WARRINGTON, PENSACOLA AND MILTON--Te fast sailing steamslup Lile, WH. WEBBER, Commander, Wil sail positively as above, from the head of New Basin. i For freight or pasage apply to MERRITT, DUNHAM, MCKINNELL A CO., 47 Carondelet street. M AIOnuAN & F. LABOBURDE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS -OP French Wines, Irandes., Sardines, etc., NO 42 OLD LEVEE STREeT. SOUTHERN DRY DOCK COMPANY, No. 18 Frost street, R) eo Common and 4roo2er M122 , S2et24 TrHE BOSSIER BANNER IS PUBLISHED weekly at Bllevue Bossier parish La4 t the tollowng S 4ubcription4 , $4 per annum, Invariably in advance. ADVERTISESW., S, nr YTa TEM. : Business and professional cards of one squar, o eight lines, $15; two squares, $25; three squares,4 ; qu4arter of a column, $.; half column, $25; whole coimn4 $400. THE BANNER -I the only paper published in the parish of Bossier, has a lhrge circulation, and is consequently a good advertising m dium for the merchants and business men of New, Orleans, as the c, untry in which it is published and circldated does a Ir4ge business with the city. Address, W. H. SCANLAND, Editor and Proprietor Bosier Banner, Bellevue, La. DaILY CLARION ADN STANDARD. JACKSON, MISS. O24cial Journal of the City of Jackson--Ofcial Journal of 4 4 the State--O4icial Journal forth4 Publication of 6 the Laws of the United State. J. L. row. 4244. 44 . 24 N0s4, HAMILTON, POWER & CO., Publiaher and Proprietors. S JAMES J, SHANNON, ditor. Rate. of 8ubcriptle--Ddily, yer annnm, in advmce, $10; bait yearly, $; qu4terly4 , $1; haltly, $4, 4hal2ear4y4 $2. RATES or "VltTnlSo . ,r4nslent 1dvertiaement4 , first insertion, $120: 4ch subse uentinserti2on. 75 per square All business notiese o! advert smetUs to be charged 20c. per line ; if more than one 4 quare, 1 per line, each in4 r. t Lsg5 notices not aeeding one equare, including proof of blication, 6if paid in advance If the money s not ent Wththhe S 4veram 2 $10 wi2ll be eh4g442 No proof o$ pubiicaton made I untS the advertisement is paid for. Ali transient 4dvertleement4 mu4t be44'd fur in advance. All bills with regular Aderthan42rl l b. 2rndered mnt2hly. 2 7HR EMPIRE PARISH 7J, IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY By F. S. Caro, Proprietpr. S4 042uecno2-lnvri4o2 y in ad4n2ce-4. 4 AD4.g4rl2s42 r n-0e. 44U4 of t4n lines, or I2 le, P1 444uare' or the 24444144444tlo21 4nd 5044ent4 for e44h sn244224 OONTLL ADVSltSING AS F0LLOWS: On..elumn one y ..... ..... .. .$1402 0 S ,. ., six .onths ............................ 4 0 00 j Half one r ............................... . 5000 S4Q er .. 2x m4 nthe .............................. .. 044 00 .. .. three months ............................... 20 00 1 Bus42eu2 C44d of 14 word4 , or hle, one 7e2r, $42; si2 Sm4onth2, $4 4Buiue2a C ,rds five lines, one 4 e4r, (. Candldat a 4or44ate4and Pariah Oflo 444ed24 $10,1n&4 esaa. - 'A IA M 'IOATS. 5, 11R MOIUI,' iND W.AIItINO LACES DAIL 1'ACKETS. Touching at Bay St. Louit , PaC1 Ihristian and NiIslTl1ppl City SORGAN LINE U. t. MAIL STEAMERS. Leave. T URSDAY, .lly 12th, oa the Srrlaxl of the IL , Potchbartrxlt R..Ilraxd trltm FaoU M1 ll.EIIE-TOtU IO AP BAY ST LOUIr ' 4a 'h-lllm. Hnd A1i-. nl ppi C t. r'he nBw [ralm tide wheel anid low pr bsure ateamnr S Mnary, WIIIIN.L MIYIIRS, Commalnder, Will ln,,"en lbo-, carrying the U. fS, Naila Nt It-li t 'll tt s gruent.. redt cd prt a1 d ' ILL, ofI.ding Fl 1 ln,1 tllr uith fn nlb.l-e n.llt n ll po11la x the Agro t'~ Iut rre d l'll'lghlt lc 1.Yh11 I rc.rlled tIASEA li t*; a ; altr Wht, tilFo, wll ot ro s ' gSEA SIORE L '1INE. li L b a" a T. a L ,nla. l BAuled B) Sl v w tur a Lal N.ud . PASS A. I. O. A IA ISN, II itrs (tnp ncn ti'l ('o'nill . ftree MoNDA1 .NI , O ti SI: , . , MO l; I-Y AND ''o t In B. IL IT T ESSAYS 'I N'tb w SA .TtudAlYl, Ol tho AP lllnll I1i.bl: HE I t--Th SED SINY E LINE. W TFL" N A , FID ,.L.te-BAL iT LOUIS, Th PAS Mt B tdaMId, DiXn 1s)d s' S P. BOiRDIE IN . teE "M NDAYST 7I Prl.11,ck NA . -tl ItL. A R. s I, PA TUI TDYi S.. ih t l biilv i n e . C''uruoi . wt < lenvr on SIDAtY lEVt re-Iotea ' DAY- BH . ERINt'NEN1 A. P. BOAID. S, astrerst , Ml ND .1.I'Its t ts clb s 1 t L. S otlt hNtx.rtr d I., TthLt 1UE iEDA S.iA ILIItI A St eb at t., FOR ft " TH ' WATERING PLAERI. NS TIeIi DA Til o r lDAYt,.c h ac . , xt - . .10a MO Th LIl'NIIN'. I E N , . ItA, ' NA : ' .' N . 'R S . s tTtn s i LE a .t I, L INtl, SI Pas r. c an , t. ,n e h.rd h .t o e p r nt .x, S U.re a =,, l h+ ,,t Le r.. iv.: e I otl + o unto. 2r , h Th S'," , -1 tRr d,:r:+;e F,,l~r l·:l·Lo t' r Wtrl No.im a · y '. , r)0Iti EN I , s AvrivE INLA I. ,r k..t . ~ ,ra. WA T.i!N I'a, A . bone, JO 1' J'. HEL, H& r - Ar , r r, A Y, ;r 1,, !,,k;n1- ' -,1 v r. 11 ar, al :,e F UR "FIE H + kTr iVl i EH AN LD C II: TON--T n e i . .. . . ng- c r .-ru get a nr r Li t tLe rr ( r,,tdl e~e( s.l r ru le. rly 2G NM-1 .. L" I ele t. Ronk B lA iT e |)( ! 1" lw,,- T U ,+ ', 12 h ,,mt , u 5 ,L .. MELM'1EPHI. NEW ORLEANS al.d MEMPHIIS WIEDNESDAY PACKET fit)1R BATON ROUI4UGE, BAtOU SARA, SNatche. Vickisburg, Napoleon, He.eon andMemphis--Tbe new and s Iperir par.se.ger packet Bar.t Able, J. H. TOWNSEND, Mlster, Will commence her regular trips betwoe this city and Mem phtr on or about WEDNESDAY, 5th Septenber next, and wilt thereafter lena here every alternate Wednesday through. out the NseJIon. Particular attention will be aid to all way and plantation buinebs. Fur freight or passage apply to STEVENSON & DOUGLAS, 5 Front street. . .VITROTNIUR DENTZEL. Advor.tsin, Aent, VICK>TSBEUR VICKSRIRG. NWATHEZ AND NEW ORLEANS BEGU LAR TUESDAY U. S. NAIL PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY, at 5 r. Y. (Attending to all business of steamer General Quitman.) ýosR vrI(.KSBUse NATCHEZ, GRAND GUF,, Rodney, Fort Admw, RByou Sur Port Hudson, Bato Rouge, PlaRuenidng. Dondg-T iRle, anod all intermediate coast and plantation laudings--The magnificent passenger packet arey Eagle, J. 51. WHITE, Mlster, Swill leave a above. The rety Eagle wil, take tSigilt and p passengers fr Melmphis anld Iis Brend, with privilege of re sblppintg on the WteDmer Les Arc, and flu Yazoo River, wi: the privplee of reshpiping on tMe steamer Emma No. 2 For comfrt, .peed anc ,aty, this bout itsniurprlGsed and her table Is supplied with lle het tlebs market affords. GE. D. IITE. II Gravier street. TITUS A GIUIUTNEY, S TebouDitoul s IL R. VGRGIN IS C. DEN e'EI.. ivotlin gee _t. VICKSBURG AND NATCIIEZ PACKET FASHION. Leavess eery SATURDAY, at 5 P. Y. S DONAJ LDSONVIi.I.E, PLA QUENITIE Port Hudsol B B R, Roo;e, RBayou Sua, Fort Adams, Nat he4, Waterproo, St. ilsph, Rodney, Graud Giulf, Warrenton, New CartbaoS and VlcksAtrg--The magificent passenger stlimner FI th.on P. D. Pratt master, E L. Shaw and E. L K. Ludwigjen lerkswill leave aRo above. For freight or pas sage apply Rn board,or to TITUS & OGWARTNEY. 3 Tehoupituulhs street. VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEL. Advertlsin.lAgnal BA.YOU SALRA. 1 LbvS every WEDNESDAY at 10 . A., and every SATUI DAT at15 . ., FOB BAYOU SARA. RATON ROUGE, PLA quemlne, Donaldsonqlle, and all intermediate ladinge The nrew and pert SIade-wbeRl steamer Lt. l Iehola . K Iseno, mster, J. 0. LIEan, clerk, swill leave w above. Re. tamin. she will leave BRayou Sara every SUNDAY and THURSDAY. PFor freight or passage apply to LEONCE BAYHI, 16 BlenvSle at. Shlppers are re apnelble or pa meat oi Ireignt. IVIRTIUS O. II.A.EL, AdvirtsllEg Agn. REGULAR BAYOU SARA PACKET. STEAMER NINA SISMME--W, I. GREATBOUSE, Moler TROXLER and MILLER, Clerks. Leves every MONDAY at 5. r., and FRIDAY at I A. ., iO BAYOU SARA PORT HUDSON, BATON 1 Rouge, Plaquemnue, Don Sdsonvlleen, d Sall inter. mediateladlngi on the cM taking fright for all landlnSE I onBoni&Lfourchg . For HESght or passage applyon board, TITUS & OWARTNEY. Agent No. S Tchopltouia. $. VIRGINIUR O. DENTZEL. AdvertiSi lg AgenR.S LAFPOURCIHE. REGULAR COAST AND BAYOU LAFOURCHE PACKET TWICE A WEE. Leaves every TUESDAY IS. a., and every SATURDAY SBteamer J. M. SHARP--ENRY STRECK, Master, JOK DALPFERBFS Clerk. F OB TrHIBODAUX IL l. PAINTCOURT. II vi. eBapoleonvill, Dona.5ABInmll., and aU intermediate coattandin s-Will leave regulalp u above. The . Sharp will give paricular attention to coast E aLghtand psengero, and will ontinue in the trade perms, SnenilFy. Porright or pasge apply on board. la P. .--Slpper, in all eaes1 rerspslble for the sayment tof freight J S. RELE ( Tchaupltoula) treet VIRGINIUS C. DENTZL., Advosrtlsln Agbt. if The J. ,L Rb...i w Allkts 1 aH gbt through tI .egport'as as11. K. .TEA )i lte l A,,. _ 31'. I ( ) L '1t .4, ATLANTI' Al' NI.Aiiei'l blCIA31l lo NI IPiANVi. CAIthYING. THE U'NITED HTAT-AS-H MAIJ ty FOl VIt'KSBUFR. ME1MI'0I4, CAIRO AND HT LOUIH. Ono of thbo following lirxt rln. puAenger sttlame will r lea ve a Tiou.ve and ltr I ll lltermerdlato ndinl EV.RHIL , EVENING IAt 5nl o' ck, from the Compu y' Wharf, foot of c RBluvl e atrat: Huth, Lad r Gya W. tl. Arthur. Olive Irunci. Pauline CIrrIAol, MlI ntslmpp, l SAtlantic, Molile Able. JultoL, Coutlnental1 l Llllln:ary, Mlary E. Froyt , J.. C. Sw'nl, Edward Wal. h ThF b-ve hin O III e L c atIh en III~ roh.ghly relRtIR, and P'l;u . the cauli c.or be h een anelln d eta:rman cur-d at tit e ' I . ' No. ;1F R (Il IOu : 4 iltt, Htp , Nt It h , JI l ,.1'1 ItW.N, .'.r ' dent JN\R . .N. I 1 AF NIi :. HI.ll.,'ern All.nde ' .. P' FITAIEHAIal , Aenl, h ct ommon tru-. ATLANTIC AND M1lt-.,I. l '!' AM IllP COMPANY.. Le , IllURHDAY, 12th,, ..lt, it r I . o 'r p ; L , AA-I. IU Common Wstret, FOILR T. LOUIS. MISSIS1,II'PI V\ALLiY THIA:..'ORItTATION (tM(1t PAMl Il ART ABI ... I'r lt G. G; I_ : - LI, . 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Steamear AIi; \V~l.9,;I.I:'.,I J CUNP1F-.BF.Mn-ter d, (1 , AP , .PlAtiN P p rp --l , I ,1. an iLC,* Pld r pI(,LA" f ill a}II.. I AN, 0. IAh F tiln E. A U, I.n .fA J' .)LH, .rlll ,riLY Ol*~1tA BAlgET. PAAAAI IAA [AiAACA nl:ttt.t. fplrnnd All, A!+Xliny idl,t, n .F l rtl.rl ., llr ,+ x( I nlll ts ritel llht lid ln.+ +1rlo llbl<:r aa llm e F lni'lretg Oui~t,, lab nag Ila c H+l vr+o rir x,1 AP AC C._s TL OT O, AP A I',,, IArAS riA C+ )+ lridnr tn p Xr Ourit bill3, tl. L irl~lmle ot reeL Fi OR B u I TiaBIiO.Lhe W AD l Uret . -": . .. .. :: . .r Ca O u"riiift!.'X'o y, n n iho,1X stame- ..... 7a fTt,.+7,t o. R-x,7.X., *r7/.] .+- ;-;~d -iri Lnsner akc. cver ai brUeDAYa at 6 ~. . R tAA A- iAI A U NACP EIAI'AYPAnAA AiLAIN AP12 IA i rLL ,VPA hiAAIAA ALA P0, a AIAIAlPA1' 641.444i 4 APity AtAAAnAA AAI Al~iI. Prt Ai I'. ' OrlPint nIP Ilonrne, A rhelA r t slSlllhlr airer-all hindlebig on r O the lta aa B e a(krlearns The rchmant tw paenx er t.t e I, ea ulat ur Lir w nn ll H .C. ULLI AsTT. APe ril. XAZOO. VACLARPRA, VAZAP APR TALLAUIAACAIIP RIVER REGALARA EEKLYY TAAI'PAC PACKEAN wLl eave cas bve.ry teI'UA1er V bu e iP. M te freigh FOr CAR7IlNWOO:I, rLFLORE. VAAPI PATh, rallp lpndi-Tlnh Pu AIU , mA , IaA a rPiv ePr whpAilAIA PiAeo PA Ster ling's t 'n ton y oll~ f t t rl l lld Sylllllh Tinru n J dle kwihle ave ex holke rihe foxer all landingl on w ll [ e rboght and tbayou Iar . Aholom e. with prviege of reWi. pipg on steamer war. For ihr reigh passage tly On oard, or to GEAL. D BITE, 4AruAber street. Pasemngers taken far all coast landingn. VCAROINIAUS C. DENTOEL, AdvertAiing AgAnt STEAMER StWA N, REGULAR BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW AND SALINE VAiU RIV ER PACKET. LAOaB VBA LOIAI ERAW HOVIODAYM EW AND b uos River--All trelghte for thi e ab l named etrexrn which may be eonsigned to the care or strainer 6 -.'n w,il be received at Trenton Iree of sterat e, and taken forward with us little delay w pmbihleJ For further pl rtlcnlars require of N2.C. GOLEIAAETT, Agent. Y.AL.OO. VIChAABURA, YAAOA AND TALLAItATCpIi RIVER PACKE'T'. Leaves ViAksburI ever TI'iAADAY And FRIDAYALI at . tIOI GR& II INWOOD, IFLORE, AAPOA AITY, J.C ,atnrtia and ail landislla o the 7'sl h- tchia and suli. hlihhl rn "re.-T'he -wl, la~t and superior pabsellgar packet Halumet8, S. f. Pariolt master, T, 1W'. Rk rrds lerk will teae nn above (r llleetllmg xl [ Fe New .rleans ar u VtlckbnCrg paekels Grey Ea,,le arid l'sFeh im. VI I. A'IUAA . DT EL, AdverliAnIN Agent.I P. S. -All fe ight pped by thle above WeuI-ra wall he Signed through to an.y l i e nbovn points, with privilege el re . 3A hl PSIITI. t. n._ eS PAnaA AAASln' .. ,1h 'M t' nn tean r l n ulu dn .ulg. t ICKSBUROW AND PAACO RIVET. PACKET. Leaves Viksburg E'O.UtD TU EDAY, AT, A P. A. F O RL t.l. I . OOD T Fb Q ,BE , YAZOO CITT end A intrm l, diAte ladings ; also taking A reiAght lor TAllhut Icaie d lda AAP la rAIrs, and ilconnect it Ap ren--i wood with packets far tlrenada--The new light draft ppaseu eerte. Amerountepsa, o.iBa el.rnu, master, ChQ . FA11 Grey Ea+gle, frm New Orleare AA J. A . PAGA AL D, Adv Aertisig AgeAtLA 9 Faltou street - - o l . --LOWER COAST PACKET. LAvllg Ieve· SUNDAY LAd WEDNESDAY, at yI A. Ai FoLL TI[ j AIIoIAT, QUARANTINE STATION PI urae A ettAImnt, PoA Ate-lAL ITnhe, Osuit' Bend andP ALIAAAAAALLL LPALPAmhAAPCAAA Iul Alo AAAle Pn l oamdslA ell landAn gs a nd pa ntatiA n oAlal the oule-ThA l splAdiA l Pa aist A.Amr A O. . rovnE AleO. QueaA3 VAAter, silt run u the aboe trade tIahU et re seaT t11 eln IaaA abeve. R11un.n6 . lL comp np L he A 'oast AAery lN DAY and THURSDAY M i daylight, AAivhg 4f the A ity before dark. 8hl pper. and pesbeugerra cal rely on the BROWN remining. AA AIt A trade avPig beea hllght expreAA ly for it aind puA i, the most cA mpleA e reiIri, Aer freight or ps.age apply A n bard or to JNO. C. HYDE NTZL CO, Ad3 nIon Atret. C D31AUX A SMlITH, No. 69 Canal etroet. N. B. fo. -tenlnrf al u ludav Jlulyslrt. O PF LOUS.A.. L]aves. Oey SATURDAY, at WI o'clOck Y. 1. FOll O M h INGTON, PORTBASR. TAAIAg.mouth BAyoA CoAgeAsd all IAtermedAIteL landInAsA Bayou Courtableau Atchafalaya OaId P MIA s ssppi 4ver.-Te t ine, Alst-IdrJ.B.ugbtpasenggvr teamer Cin Al. C. Pickett master, J. B. IchmlA clerk, Rwill Te.ve ua abovA BA.,nt , wi ]eaWAAAA FAngton everL WADNP'bDAY MORNINGAIA, AAt 10o'clock. Paticulratten. o Aid to reaft busAl eAIA A fghto N a hl l or oto t oui. . ptral VIoR QIN1U 0. DRSTZEL, AdALrAIdAigA L A N.e.... -A oA.a n s E ERY WEDA E SDAYAIAIAA lSA-A .A , ,.A IAoB OAPA LOA A, WASHINOTON, FORT B RE. I l:Smmeport, Mouth Bayou Boole, and al1 tuter -h landings on Bayou Courtahleaa and 'Atehafalaya riv~er- regular Now Orleans yn Opelnusax weeklyy Dpcker rleamer ll~ele,. O. Eliackley, master, M. Keaisou, .olsmk. will J. E. CARLIN 33 OLe vee street. VIRGINIUS C. DENTZE1L, AdS v.Zert.~ Agou N. B.--The steamer Irene, will lland Imusuiigitl at an palIctu ton th rout.