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THURIlSDAY MORNIN(i. AUGUST 16, 1866.
Arrivals at tLe Fr-CisaP Mlutesl.
ST. CHARLIE lOTEL.-E Werfleld, Bolivar
SuntT Miss; P Stockton, Tex; Thos Cook. hsg
t:eoi Mit; A T Jacobo, B Hsrtnor; H Floaence,
ED Jw laa, Ltfooe hce; PS Qnaid, Montgomery;
W Stevesson,J Stevenseon, Ai; A Penn, Y Ser
nerlm, J Tortuna, Mexico.
SP. JAMES HOTEL-T Sim, Ark; J B Seay. 1
SLanier, Gtum, S M Montgomery, Mit; J W
Green, La; TPMller. Mississippi City; J M Finney.
Galvetrmn 1 hbb, F 8 Cox and wife, D Schitle,
Waverly, Texan L WL Pattn; P WReyioldsL' Mrs
C. iaddati; ` Fairfield, Jachnon, Miss; .
Burke, Lake Providence.
CITY HOTEL-A L Hay and family, Shreve
port; T H Boyo Galveeton; Miss BR Meonald,
D S H Daet Gonzale, Tere; C Ponlson; E M
ken, W Foter, Ala; J E N , B iuae ;a o
'More; Dr O M Long; J 5Frlowem.J Whte, La.
Lase euaIOre Iteals.
r>ýk l gfr lanh l*r:ouK AtD BROOOLYN.
The offi~iai ob f the health officer for the
11th inst., a y gratifying decrease of
cholera .t ore wore three new cases
T. . *. HtIS believed the cholera
eitbrm of an epidemic this sum
portfor the week will not ex
red, eight hundred deaths from all
Dine deaths from cholera during the
i itwaitipur hours, at the public institn
have been twenty-etghbt cases and eleven
ealy reported, in Brooklyn, sinoe the
tiA i.s alight Increase in the number of
tioraeor'a-nlaand yesterday.
e ealth of the troops on David's Island is
e: r ol ed eeellent.
nareortva sQUAmLE.
"e detective quarrel, which wa opened a few
days Elojay:b w publinetion of elargen agoinst
e Metroipomltan, sti rages. Deteotive Golden.
Woton tt too.v ebae n te n aerty charged with
a felony by rfeteivi g a bribe from
S , y .han made an affidavit of the fact
couneotewdith bi- eue, in whichhe says the
money aspaid to him for saervicesrendered inthe
tegilkste prmutt of is busioes s a n detective.
WMI qW OF U SaNDWIIen ISLANDS.
Sýi]ee, of . .the Sandwlchlsltnds, attended
dbitedi>rtjyit eo in her honor on the evening
oPSI>T.t.'.a>!, ,I reaidence of Mr. Henry Grin
nellt Ontkalth shei attended church at Trinity.
. wa to leve New York for Washington on
,11tk . " verenor Fenton has extended an invi
ItOhwItovialt°Albamyon her return from
Wa,.kIuntt whicoh she ill probably acceot.
e ts ii -' oel fellow stylingt imselft
Toa arstii, otbab=ibeens a swindling the people it
' -,d.klosehlboo ordfeteselioe pa st, pretend- i
ingto be at4lSteadltes revenue ofcer, was ar- si
..0...Monde by the U.,$ mrshal and had a n
r ,. . , . o bner Adam. It i
o.maaldtctbe-esadoltshed th&t he was a United m
0ate&foee,'vndjw 0000 wopdlameaoed forweat it
1 d$ tely ife ereated uinder the talet
selt ra ei 4t onlre Monn, ald com- .
mittedfor obtal money under false prtteneees.
ong: i ared i to the herff and
. 1.i. Iaidt° oin"bs efce alone, and i
., li.n.n,. d thaeSpsa .er etook Fren h leave, o
and bhati s.of been heard of. He is of me
ibkbo ligktjbiuld;thoaomttenasce; flushed al
uin ;eel.. dresmed e n blanc clothes, aI
*, ." wM·g; aran l i fiou Veho~tls rald 1ca th. ci
. a. s .. vtrtdnent id enreeateo raeUe certain 9i
aumke ki.bbteetm orig.,iin. Tsh erlstsnce, i
°9twe'e,'5 00- al 40. -Its usoeana fractional el
eaº Uboll itihB.ast, ine t
tres a N ir Yor, hinch wash bmateriaBuenso
t vicesr fiifib th.hertwelve pence, the io
cl as al. e u bd so forth. - n
;f 'ea!n aanoed seilth n erl we find in G
a o wa · . ~ ~enncll of ,Jupiter,
tn;e A 9snt[a men," was coemposed of
-Jopitelir, loeofrthery, Apolle, aste, mayl
i-e, JO4nim -41 .,s; :VYew1. Mlaerva, Dinan and
ensie-plx gods and t godesses. to this anssem
ely o other deities were admitted.
. slnhh silt e trace many a "'Concil of a
itlve. ines Chrisit hoes "'twelve Apostles." d,
e ao'edl ban twelve signs; the day is: dioted
so o-eoel h ,.m, o~ i "high twelve" and 0
t.ws nto ' There were twelve tribes oft r
twelve lga.i. 'to the new Jerusalem, g,
, ..islb d by.Joba the Revelator. P
.len I. myey ma vof some very simple p
e vewa from ancient times consid - ra
iatbttsbnber. from the fact that t is divisi pi
hnalves, thirds an fourths; besides which, sc
sto!. t meassre the double square of twelve
;f a tmate fraction of the square of
teis, a p0~ta lotal convenience thatis tnot to q'
1 scdndlona ny other number. th
; O t tif - e~a.X tone. terusar j et.
s W .Wa Entnr, August in. tosr
seatoure of the movement in financial circles
, -,-ay; wa, 0 1 further advance in rates of Gold, h
.:-d a oosdtderabletmprevemens t in quotations of fo
-.'Orelg7fiohage. T.. Gold market opened with 2
ia, vtafl stmendfny, under yesterday's closing TI
'' ~irrea litew" Yolk, Iileh was materially en- 00
s' , niatbe.i. ele d Ia the early part of the day CO
e.taOt o~ .up~wardg tendency in the tat- gr
t mu at st wecde'aks-the lose of bulonems., n
Sesi nto baed disclosing Es
os ethe.sq, market, but they
lI ked a the supply of cash G old
-eg'fat exeedioagly restrkited s
ftr . ; , the demand for it exhibited
a*y asn the/ part-of nbuyers from
<,z+ o het.tesl oef UIe market, a may be
. op jke imiated amount of the
. e a of which sk r laesnluded in the fol
tu $l4O0 at 144; $2000,130009
atl 14. seaeof Silaver a
isilve at 1S19; $100 do. TI
0d" at 150, and 4000 do.
0.eld at 14$481t49, and Is
4 amino eoin, and 1500 hi,
it
Sabse a better b
tau d ratee,
e.ae e umratyo
tid beadteg. Outdoor ti
.Of41j4 far go- 1
jplo and $t0,1000
eVNje. dollamr, eel
r-diarsa Coop.
at'llld0a. Opi.
da 45Odlo. Canal
oey,
t e lace, tke saboial basklng epelam
e eof alsleusoleltuewayef outreney,
mAU wgey, eod an lngereeedt mesoat of beeine.s
rnlet be done tlhis auntan uoou a fixed if not a)
deresirrlg amount of circulaltig moauney. Tthe
r rrancy for the future is to decrrease from Iea
ctuses. The first is the retirement of the old State
noters, now heavily taxned, and gai by the retire
uent of legal-tenders bs y Seretmry iteCutoe. e
The contraction from both causes canndt be esti
nmated under $.,o0.000, t and thiataserason when, f
undter tile old system expansion of currency was
the invariable prarttie. It is rrasonable to sup
atoe that the crops to be moved in the net si
months will require all the currency allowed to ex
ist under the natioal systeton ani that there isl ti
be a brisk competition for money at better rates."
I Theaspect of financial affairsin England is not
favorably regarded in New York. The Herald of i
Thersday says:
The fact that the Bank of England rate of dis
tcont being roaitained at 10 per cent., whtilh
prices on the stock exchnge are still oppressed,
ts a sign that monetary affaira in the United King
dom are not yet adjusted on a satisfactory bais.
and tile recent failure of the Preston Baleh amonrgo
others, shows shat the full rifect of the late lanic
has not yet bren expterienced. Rotten financial
timbers still exist. and one by one they are falling
or revealing their weaktness.
The managers of the Bank of England are
shrewd enough to perceive the insecurity of tile I
situation, sad they therefore remain passive
under the protection of the letter of Mdessrs. Rus
sell and Gladstone, virtually suspending the bank
charter. This, of course, indicates their own dis
trust, and inspires a somewhat corresponding t
degree of distrust, both in Great Britain and Con
tinental Erope. The uncertainties attending the
war prospect in Europe, and the reform agitation
in England, contribute to a continuance of thida
depression and lack of confidence, and hence the
absence of that tendency toward recovery from
a long continued de.line which would have mnti
fested itself under more favorable oireum
stances.
The Times of the same date remarks :
The private letters and later telegrams from
London are said to be unfavorable to the resto
ration of financial confidence and moderate rates
of discount at the Bank of England. The gover
i nor and directors of the bank have proved them
selves wholly unequal to the recent crisis and -l
besides failing to relieve their own money market,
the policy which they have pursued has greatly
impaired the credit of the bankso on the conti
nent, and absolutely destroyed the prestige of
London as a financial center. During the recent
German and Italian complications, the vast I
amount of private capital frighteied from i:s
customary channels of emlsloymeot by the politi
cal and military troubles has for the greater part
sought a relsting place in Paris instead of London.
In all similar exigencies heretofore the Englislt
metropolis was recognized as the ark of financial
safety.
The change in theprenent instance was wrought
by the London panic of the 11th and 12th of May,
and the miserable failare of the Bank of England
to restore confidence after the government had
granted the bank license to do so. The pregnant
1 fact, succeeding this panic, that interest was kept 1
up to full ten per cent. in London, while it was
easy at four per cent. in Paris, turned the conti
fnental exchanges in favor of the latter, and gave
it the preference as the place of real security for
money pending the war in Germany. The true
significance of the private telegrams of Saturday
and Monday last of continued financial and com
smereial trouble In London and Liverpool, we have
I no p sent key to. We presume the reference is
tmore to local or East India interests than to
American.
The letters from Frankfort-on-the Main repre
sent the exactions and oppression of the Prussian
military authorities as severe beyond precedent
i since the iron rule of Mfarshal Davouat in Ham
I burg, during the wars of Napoleon. The prelim
inary contribution levied upon the city before the
entry of the Prussian army was 60000,000 florins,
1 abont $2.00,000. The subsequent demand was
25,000,000 'forins, equal to $10,000,000, and tile
city senators and eminent bankers and merchants,
and other wealthy (or supposod to be wealthy)
eitizens, were treated with the utmost rigor, and
in many insmianes imprisoned until the mosey
should be fortheomhlg. lBut we are led to infer
that this extreme attempt at oppression failed of
its intended result by reason of the firmness of
some of tile leading bankers, and of govornmont
intercession from Berlin with the measures of the
military satrap.
F 4Jommercial Inteligetta. pr
W w-d, Eug. i A ces, at n, 1 erp
CoTo-ro-The market opened this morning with Ion
fa good inquiry, which steadily Improved as the
day advanced, and resulted in aggregate sales of
4500 bales. The movement Who for the most part Tb
f restricted to good ordinary and low middling I
, grades, offerings of which were light in the early deo
part of tie day, but as buyers manifested an un- ht
usual eagerness to purchase, and a willingness to bee
pay higher rates than they have been offering for Ib.
some days past, factors uncovered new lists and ate
for a time the competition among Brokers was ae
quite spirited, as may be inferred from the fact
that the operations of the day have been partici- bat
pated in by 13 of the latter. The ordinary and
middling classifications appeared to have been of
wholly ignored to-day, but while the supply of 31,
the former is ample, there are no offerings of any inc
magnitude of the latter upon the market. We, at
therefore, quote the ruling figures this evening as Th3
follows, viz: Ordinary, 25i27c,; good ordinary, 14d
[email protected] lowmiddling, [email protected]; and middling, -. ti
The cause of the increased demand to-day is que
variously attributed to private advices from Eu
rope, still further discoura ing accounts of the
growing crop, and to the itprovement in Gold
and Foreign Exchange. The purchases were for an
England,'France, Spain and the Eastern States. am
sOATmlr ow goens.
Stock onh.Se t a aon .1e-. al............ e3.~
emdince yestera.................. se 1e. lint
I.eed eloas ...................... ..... t-7+6,12Tt Te.
i,-3-60 Ws
t ngte as.ee C5eaewy ............... - - we
apiwstdsenesss.sn ed ras +y-".sn..""""749,sna-t Tm
Swea a fund rand s esie not seo d.........7955 r
Seoia ANB MoLAssa--There have been no re
ceipts from the coast since yesterday. The sh.
market is very dull, and only a very few small Ten
sales were made, at 16, 16 t16t for fair to prime, Ca
and 17t171c. W lb. for yellow and white clarified. 5e
There were, however, sales to-day of 500 bbls. of
Cuba Sugar on private terms, and 10 hhds. of yel
low clarlsfedLouisianaSugar atl61c. V lb. There
bas been nothing doing in "Molamses whatever, but
it is selling at [email protected] for mall lots, and [email protected]
r by the eargo.
Toaucco-Boyere for foreign and private ac
count werelooking around, and there were sales an
of 216 hhds. of logsat 4 and 9hds. do. on pri- I
rate terms. Holders are now quite firm in their Th
prices at f4fc. for low refused, light, [email protected]; for
heavy do., 7®80. for good do., [email protected] for com- to
mon leaf, 13180. for fair do., [email protected] for good he
do, 17019c. for fine do., and 20l2O2. lb. for les
choice ieleetions. Yesterday, not previously re- St
poled, theoe were sales of 21 hhds. of leaf on pri
vate terms, and 19 hhds. of common leaf at 81c. an
9lb.
FLoams-The market to-day has been quiet, and Ino
r superfine in some instances have again advanced da
S1jc. bbl. The sales include 1400 bbls., of Be
which00 choice family at $15 60, 90 choice extra pr
atIl$ 60, 200do. on private terms, 80 do. at
S18 26, 100 good extra at $12 25, 100 do. at 11, rat
160 do. at $10 55, 200 do. $10 25, 100 superfine at ab
1$9' , 160,100 and 90 do. at $9 bbl. ti
Coax-There has been but very little doing in we
a this article, but prices remain unchauged. Salese sh
ormpriae 5000 sacha, in lots as follows, viz: 200 to
white at 95c., 150 do. at 94c., 2000 and 300 do. at a
.92c., 200 white mixed at 921e., 115 do. in bad
order at 80o., 200 yellow at 80c., 300 yellow mixed mo
at 70., 1000 and 100 do. at 77jc., and 200 ordi- ha
hary do. at 76o. V bushel. in
1 t.s---Coatinue very quiet and unchanged. sh
l es comprise 100 sacks at 62c., 700 and 200 at at
195.h bushel.
ml 1 g.-.We hes no mies to report today. We st
Siartee quotltat at $107}@1 t0 100 ~ s. B
- tr .-s t,- re y dull, and nothing but a retail
t iradei at 0Cb 9 too. Sales to-day are con- v
mae to 1s0 baathe above quotation.
POPlt--ah ?to y inelde 200 bbla., in lots, at
;to 9lil d t00 0$1 0Ibbt. The sae. figare as
5i~ Y 1 SId ld msadO aefnd for a lot of t00 cl
; 'LkV 068: as d. Delers are readily ob- vt
tlaltg Isbi .f jobbtng lot.
-Is iue ive demand, and prioes el
a.e very Arm, wih a upward tiadensy. There
watire sitto ftdy of I0 hiois of Soualderatse o.,
a a 10 taskts of gear-ured Hams at lar. 9 a.
fslt Dealers ac retailing at 19e. fe Shoulders, Itlc. A
Ora fegti5bed Bides, SSjo, for clear ribbed, mad SOa.
for tlear sioe. Sagwer.oed Hams are doll at
ore LAen-ls quiet and enohanged at- 22 . for
prime in tieares, and ose. for kegs.
e Waanr-ls in moderate retail demand, at
s $1 8901 90' gllon for ordinary, and $200 32j
sea. gallon for choice brands of Western rectified.
There were sales to-dea .o: 20 bbls. Western at
$2 20 .i gallon.
aINtA ltla.aeat-TI in very aetive demand, and,
prices remain firm and unchla-tzed. There were
sales to-day of 50 bales at 3.c. and 35 bales at
40e. ' yard. Dealers are supplyii g the demand
for the country at 38c. 4 yard in rolls, and 40-e.
%l yard in bales.
Gtn.N- Bnas-There were sales to-day of 100
bales at 28c. apiece, an advance of .e. since our
last.
BALE RorP--l mn moderate retail demand at
previous prices. There have been no sales to-day
of any maguitude, but we centinue to quote t14c.
for large lots, and 19c. 7V lb for retail lots.
;'rrERn AND CunEsE--Butter is ill fair supply,
but dull, at [email protected] for Weotern, and [email protected] 1+
lb for Northern Cheese. at [email protected] for Western,
and 21c. .1 t. for English dairy lots.
SALT-Has been in moderate demand at $1 [email protected]
$1 90 for coarse, and $1 [email protected] for tine front store.
It is hold by the cargo at $1 65 1) bushel.
SeonDats-EggS are selling at [email protected] 5l dozen.
Potatoes at $2 [email protected]$3 1 bbl., Onions at [email protected]$. 50
1 bbl., Apples at [email protected]$06 50 :1 bbl., and chick
ens at [email protected]$12 24 dozen.
Wooe--Is in fair supply but dull at 1it.17e. for
berry, [email protected] for inferior, and 23'2425c. for
washed.
IIors-Are scarce and dull at 802O3c. for Bel
gian, and 750. 2 lb for American.
NAVAL STOats-Rosin is dull at $2 50 for
common, $4 for No. 2, and [email protected]$7 50 for No. 1.
Tar is selling at $2 50 2 bbl. Pitch at $3 19 bbl.
Spirits of Turpentine at 55c. $P gallon. There
were sales to-day of 25 bbls. of Turpentine at 55c.
V gallon, andR100 on private terms.
Cosrm--Continues in fair demand at [email protected]
J lb2 for ordinary to prime Rio in currency.
FRlaHTrs-The rate by steamer to Liverpool is
.d. for cotton, at which figure the Fire Queen is
now loading. Rate by sail to Liverpoel is id. lbt..
and to Havres 1l. V lb. for cotton. By steamer
to New York and Boston it is }@hJo. $ lb., and
by sail [email protected] 1 It. for cotton. Two ships
have within a few- days been entered for
Liverpool at our quotations.
FOREIGN CIRCLARs.--The subjoined extracts
are from the latest European circulars by the
Java, viz.:
[From R A. ard & Co "s Liverpoal Circular, Jaly26.
The demand for cotton revived on Friday, upon
the declaration of suspension of hostilities aetn
tile continent, and in the early part of the week
the business was large, particulally on Monday,
accompanied by an advance in prices. Yesterday
the demand was less active, and more freely met
by holders, and to-day the market lhas been dull.
with a comparatively limited business ; but the
quotations generally are still above the close of
last week. The high rata of discount maintained
by the bank continues to have a decidedly depress
ing influence, especially in the manufacturing dis
trices.
In Sea Island a large business has been done at
full prices.
American advanced fully 4d. , lb. up to Mton
day, bat closes only 4d. 04 lb. above last Thurs
day's rates.
Brazil, up to yester3ay, was in great demand,
at a rise in many cases of id. " lb.; but has since
receded, closing at a reaction of fully 4d. 14 lb.
In Egyptian a good business hnas been done daily.
with a further advance of ld. to tAd. 4 lb.
$myrna is [email protected] .t f. dearer.
lEast India descriptions have been in increased
request througlout the week, especially the new
crop; prieesgenerally have advanced 4.60,d. 3
lb., whilst ginned Dharwar most be quoted I(fld.
42lb. higher. Bengal and Scinde retain an ad
vance of , [email protected] - lb.
In China anUll sales are being effected at the
quotations.
The sales of the week amount to 102.510 bales,
including 13,420 on speculation. and 32,930 de
clared lor export, leaving 56,160 bales to the
trade.
Friday MTorning, 27Th ."-'n.--The sales will
probably amount to about 8000 ales, with a quiet
market.
Corro.--From Bault, English & Brandon's Liv
erpool Circular, of July 27th, we extract the fol
lowing:
There has been a eood demand for Cotton this
week. American advanced fully id. 19 ft. up to
Monday, but closes only I.. $ f. above last
Thursday's rates.
Brazil in the early part of the week was in great
demand, at a rise in many cases of Id. i lbf but
has since receded, closing at a reaction of fully
4d. 54 lb., while in Egyptian a good business hasa
been done, with a firther advance of [email protected] 4
lb. Other descriptions are steady at a propeortion
ate advance. Yesterdaythce market was dullewith
a comparatively limited business; but quotations
generally are still above the close of last week.
The high rate of discount maintained by the
bank continues to have n decidedly detpressio g in
fiuence, especially in the nanuoefacturig dirtlacts.
The sales for the wee :- -aount to 102,510 hales,
of which the trade tak 5, ,160 bales, exporters
31,930 and speculators 13,420 bales. The stock is
increased this week by 4660 hales, being estimated
at 802,h30 bales, (300,530 American) against 322,
390 bales, (30,460 American) same time last year,.
The authorized quotations for middling Orleans,
14&; middling Boweds, 14; and fair D)hollerah 93
4.1b. The sales to-day are 8000 bales, with a
quiet market at irregular prices.
i s eso 05r, Aogset 15. 186.
Arrived yesterday-6-62 Texas Beeves, 122 Hogs ti
and746Sheep. Sold-252 Texas Beeves,52 Calves
andYearlings. 42 Hogs ans 3 Milch Cows. Stock
on sale-1290 Texas Beeves, 540 Calves andYear- 9
lingo, 171 Hogs, 3826 Sheep, 32 Milch Cows and 20 -
Texas Cows with Calves. tl
ontrM Beeve, chole, M b nt .................-- -ý ---,
Wueter Beerve, te ug c, a n .............- -
STsBeeasv oeotea head .....................3 0 t
raexlsCattl, s . q WalBtg hsad ...................D I0g 3 00 11
rhe rCattle, hd qu oty m h hee...........e.... 10 00
tote S te .s ......................... - -
Sep sba . . ... ............. . . -.-s
Creolee. bep readm...... I 42 a
I as hep. hed ............................. 25 4a
Choice Sheep, head ........................... e 0 800
Mileh Coe he ........................... e0... O . l e 1
Tess Cows wrehClveS........... 25 00
.andlb rturn tohLoallle on...t.r....... ay ne
... ...., ;a... t
doter _nUfUiuenc.
Oaseame Jr se. 9oa4 noAoz sat u se,
Theri ln.dr m rls g. Ae ue 156. 5 p t
The 'heated term" continues. Yesterday was
an exceedingly warm day.
Business on the levee was undoubtedly dull.
r The arrivals and departures were few in number. I
r The sMephsm had not made her appearance up
to the time of our leaving the landing. She will
Showever be ready this morning to receive, and
Sleaves again to-morrow for Memphis, Cairo and
St. Louis.
o The Nic Longworth will also be in port to-day
and return to Louisville on aturday next.
Capt. J. T. Burdean, yesterday, purnhased the
d low pressure steamer J. W. Iancox, sa.nk some
days since about four miles below the city. Capt.
f Bardean will at once commence to raise her. The
a price paid was t1100.
SAs we write, heavy clouds are rising, which has
raised the wind, and made it extremely disagree
able on the levee, blowing the dust in all direc
tions. We are in hopes that in our next report
we may be able to say that e have had a glorious
shower of rain. It is very much needed, not only
0 to lay the dust, but to fill cisterns-of which a
ta great many in the city have become dry.
d PERsonAL.-We had the pleasure, yesterday, of
imeeting our old friend Capt. Ben. B. Roons, who
. bhas just returned from a trip to the West, looking
In perfect health. He informs ns that he will
1. shortly have his light draft packets Pioneer Era
it and Fanny Gilbert on the track to Red River.
OLrrIaOS FROs OCUR EXCHAN.en.
, CAIRo, August 12.-The river at this point is
still falling slowly. The weather was pleasant.
Business dull.
ii LOUISvLLU, August 11.-The river was falling
a. very slowly yesterday, with three feet 7 inches
water in the canal in the evening by the mark.
During the previous twenty-four hours the river
at had fallen about an inch at the head of the falls,
re sand some three at Portland. The weather was
to clear and pleasant all day. The thermometer
varying at about 80 iI the shade.
On tse falls last evening there were only nlne
teen inches of wates in the pass down the Indian
es chute, apd the river slowly recedaing.
r At Oinnnoi t the river had risen a few inches
from the effects of the late rains, and we think
Ia alight raise ma beexpected in this quarter.
I. The re a rise in the upper waters of the
0. Allegheny, which masy reach Pittsbsrg, and let
is. out few otthe lightorafts that ply those waters.
At preOnt Plt.bar i is nacessibie to all river
eraf e bigger th a s.kiff br a dgot...
BHdinesa at the wharf was rather dull yester
foqr dy, with but little freight moving to or from
boats in port.
a stdums. Aug. 11.-Durinag the past forty-eight
bahour the river here has fallen with unprecedented
15 rapidity, nonsidering its low condition. The bar
ad. oppi..e the oity looms up sevsrat feet above the
water's level, alth, gh ii n Friday lhis t Has n
iretly unithr. All l ,,t .,ritt ar . . Li1
'line, end the Ane it h' s scaat three feet t,
e' Bhi It 1., ll t bts ,tl u ag t
reach[ L.itle it -k. . tin nit.i ditlitlit \\'ie hlve
Ihad notIhinig fr above the t Rckltr terI ral
W ite river is stilli in god niavigale nenditiiii
to Anlltta. butl it it will Ibe sonl getting down lt
,w walcr Itnrk. The St. Frauncis is navighlnt
erichty itnt' above its m' nthn owing to the bank-i
l uater Iront te Slie yntiAii. iAbovi Linden. bowI
ever, there is inot over t\.o feet on the logs.
The upper rivers were all low. There is nine
feet froml hre to Cairo, seven aind a hall frol
c'air to St. Leois, five feet ,n the Missouri. three
feet n the ower Ilinnt ois and te cntyn-rwo inchis in
tile upper. four feet 'rom! St. Louis to Keokuk,
and three feet above the tlaide.
Copiouc rains havinr recently fallen tlhrnunghont I
tile Wcl, it ;las i xpet"'d navigation over then
rapids won!d ilmprove sutiicicntly to allow the
legidar pncktets in go tlhrnghI to St. Iouis ag n in.
AI'lnt oilt St. ILniti a fenl days uinlce fin thi'
ntmina t~l . oft the 1, ip ,r Mi . hui, but it was
donbt aut t ,hing It. r de n inailt n this sea
.ni. The Ohin at Louivil!e had Conme to a stanli,.
owilln to rcnt runls thereablouts. At Piittsbtur'
na\·vi.at:on is entirely supendcld, slanid there o;n
only twelve inches in the river channel. The
U'nberlactil and Tenr.-eie have neally dried up.
anlld it is nllw "eniod i l!v time " (ver'twihereI with
tlne in"tlnme. W'ihat 'i nte thiing it Is for those
Shino I.a e h1ens in the . ountry, there they can
go to ennj rn d ural lif'e and usticatiot. They have
fine opportunities now to go there and stay for
some time without dnlger of losing a berth by it.
Several boats have eexcnrienced n diienlty between
heinre anil Cairo during the past week. and tile Knte
I:ubiisonn is still aground at Plumb Point Bar. Sie
would be obliged to lichten over,. She was not in
the channel when she grounded. Boats keeping
where tllhere is the most water have, so far, met
nwitl no dii:cultv.
Ct.CiXrnnlt Au~I. l1.--The weather yesterday
was warm antd sultry, te thermomnleter in the
shade indicating a temllerature of 76 degrees at
3 o'clock in the afternoon.
At i'ittnburg, at noon yesterday, the river was
stationary, witl 13 inches water in the channel,
with clear weather, at a temperature of 7t; de
grees above zero. By the mark at tile water
works the river had risen one inch during tile
twenty-fou'r honrs preceding ( o'clock yesterday
maorning, at wlhih time there re e 6 feet 8 inches
of water in the channel. Dunring tile remainder
of the day it fell two inches.
BIristn of TIno BosTOu) No. 3.-lTh Ports
mouth packet Botoune No. 3 left 3laysville on her
regular time Wednesday evening. At l o'clock
the mate toolsk a cal oil lamp to lihllt a trcch.
whena sheep run against him. upsetting the lamp,
and setting the hboat on fire. The pilot signaled to
run her ahorec, but the engin, ers were obliged to
desert their post. and she grounded on a bar about
a mile below Mavsville, with her bow near the
Ohio slore. the wind blowing her sternnp stream.
tier bow was so near the bank that no lives were
lost.
The Boseona was one of the fneat class of
steamerily ing our waters. She was buil t at tile
city of Leninsille in Octonec, 18e3, and has h en
ruening since that timne with the greatest success,
having neverhad an accident hpplen her.
She was owned by Metsrt. feavid tGibdon & Co.,
of this city. Capt. Pres. ,ndwick, who was m
charge at tile time, and Mr. Moore, of Ports
mot!h, Oilio, and valued at $100,00. She was in
sured in the tollowian offices in this city : Buck
eye, Magnolia, ('aontral, Union. Western, Commer
cial.Eiureka, Ohio Valley, Lafayette, Iloatinen'.
and Hamilton County, for $5000 each, and in the
Gerniauia and City Insuranec companies for $25e u
cacth, making in ll S00,0!)0.
She was 254 feet in length, 30 feet beam. 5. feet
hold, had 4 hollers, 40 ilch, 2i feet. filued. 2 lver
engines, 22 iinc:. 8 feet stroike ; also 3 fire eeine
aiitinardI, nd a tire pipe tlhrough the hold ledi cran
tile boilers. She had a full length rlbin very well
furnihedn: heer ilers and mnand hinery were n nil''e
and of tile reliaile order. anti was a superior ietle
wheel boat in all respects.
Sr. Louis, August 1.--The Uppr Misi-iippi
eontinnes to advance finely, hlaving swollen sn
much as two feet at Dl)ntnque up to Thursday. and
is still rising all the wadi down from St. Panl. The
,linneesoea and other trihltaries are sweling suili
icnt to materially improve navigation.
We have St. Paul dates to the 8th, which report
a very violent rain storm up tle Missouri river.
The rain was very heavy' and contined a long
time, overflowing all the streamts. Tilke Blo
.arth and LeSuit" rivers are on "a reguler lin
der," and considerahle damage has b'en (done by
the washing away of bridges, fencet , etc. The
Minnesota has alsoe riseq rapidlv, waehing away
two ferry boats at LeSoer and one at Fason.
The greain, thironel a large extent of the coun
try, has been considerably injured by being beaten
down. Harvestitg was progressing tinely until
int errcypted lv tilne 'etrm.
'hie riee wciil doisc:htls insure the relurnof large
boats to St. Paul. Navigation on the Illinois in
about closed above Naples, owing t o,xtsrele low
water andi the presence of annerousl are . Ther..
B. Bl.:ckford, on rher way up, had to stop at Lie%
creek, and send her e'rges iup by pling. The
river is still going down. Only very light boats
cat run, and the)y will not he able to do so very
lrngifn the present weather continues.
Miisnrurl river is cutting out so that the decliei
is having very little eticet.
At this point the Minsissin)pi is tenadily declin
in wnitlh nuy seven feittil the cthannel tlo Cairo,
wvitleh requires the anrge bouts to keep a shirp
ik out to prove l tntheir ,rounding. So far,
there lhs been no serious detention to any of the
outward bound boats.
Business keeps up a lively appearance econ
pareal with the dull times of the past two week..
Freights continne shipping triskly to New Or
leans, with an increased activity in both the Mem
phis and Vicksburg trades. The grain receipts
are qoute fair, snd, altoeetter, entlmerce is con
sidered active in a small way. Freiiht rates re
main unchangied, but will soon advance again if
the river dectines much maore.
CAMILIA FOR THE WATERING PLACES. -Thi
new, fast and splendid low pressure passenger Ti
packet leaves the Lake end on the arrival of the
9 A. 5. train of ears for the above. Captain
is in command, and Mr. John Otway is
the efficient purser.
LADY OF THE LAKB FOR WATERING PLACES.-
This fine low pressore packet, in command of
Capt. Joe Walks, Mr. Sam. Fi. Green, clerk, '
leaves to-day on the arrival of the 9 A. . train of
cars, from the lake end of the Pontchartrain
railroad. Agent-I. C. Harri, corner of Camp pn
and Common streets.
LOUISE FOR MOBILE AND THB WATERING PLACES.
This new and fine low pressure passenger packet, as
in command of Capt. Hopkins, leaves today at
12 S., for the above named places, from the
Lake end of the Pontchartrain Railroad. Agent, L
I. C. Harris, corner of Camp and Common streets. a
OR THE WATERINO PLACES.-The fine, fast low-.
pressure steamer Creole, Captain Charles Walker
commanding, F. H. Davis, clerk, leaves as above
to.day, on the arrival of the 9 A. a. train of A
cars, Pontchartrain railroad. Agents, Leach & A
Perkins, corner of Carondeletand Gravier streets.
ANNIa WAGLEY FOR JFFERSON.-This light draft
packet, in command of Capt. Alex. Grant, Jr., c
with Capt. J. J. Compere in the office, leaves at n
5 P. a. to-day for the above and all waylandings.
The Wagley hasexcellentaecdmmodations; having
been repaired and repainted and newly furnished,
she now offerassperior inducements to the travel
tng public.
coNORA Fpa LavFOsROH.-This extremely neat
and very light draft passenger packet, in charge
of Capt. U. D. Terrebonne, with Mr. A. P. Troua
dale in the office, leaves at 10o'clock this morning
for the above. The Sonora is a complete craft -
and remarkably well adapted to the Lafonrche
trade-uniting staunchness, speed and lightness of
draft with the most perfect passenger appoint
maents.
UNA Fon RaE Blvan.--Capt. R. Watson will, at
5 o'clock this evening, back out his regular and
light draft passenger packet Una, for all landings
an Red River up to Jefferson. Mr. Win. Cstberson,
her chief clerk, will be glad to see all of his friends a
that may have shipments, or those who intend to
travel in the direction of Red River to-day.
W. R ARTBUR, U. S. MAIL PAC OR STron . LOUIs
Atlantic and Mississippi Steamship Company.-
This favrorite, suaperior and fast passenger packet
leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for Memphis,
Cairo and St. Lonis, connecting with all the rail
roads for all points East and West. She has large,
airy and most elegantly furnished stateroomns.
We commend her to the public to-day, and we can
assure that none who intend traveling up to St.
Louis or way landings will fail to be pleased with
the fare and treatment they will receive on the W.
R. Arthur. Capt. H. G. Carson is still in command,
while the ever obliging and attentive Mr. Ben. A.
Congar officlates as chief clerk.
CAaRIE POOL FOR RED RtvsE.-This light draft
(only drawing twelve inches) passenger packet,
under the command of Capt. James F. Muse.
leaves positively at 12 o'clock this day, for all
landings up to bhreveport and Jefferson.
5lartne InteUtmgen.
Gsarss 5ao OIeC . w 5 CAeP 85m5n, 1
Thurnsdy. Anssnt , l t is
cleaas Ysanerad.
Steamship Harlan, Lewis, for Gvesto C Hrri
CHarris
Asre-ad Testerdsd.
Sp brig Pablo, Davis. from Havasa, in ballast, to
Pulg Bros-24 district 26
Bp brig Cantinera, Sola, from Havana, in ballast,
to F amerden--d district 25
Br sohr a, Hardenbarg, from Vera Cruz, in bal
inst, to J Viaraia--1d district 20
t Pery, Burdiek, from the pasae.-Tewed down
aon the 10th lest, to the bar bark America. and
r to sea schr Elvlr--Brought up from Qaaran
S tIne brigs Centea ansd Pablo, sad ach Mai.
M ae y ,c '.'c '.Mii."- ·I
rlelow-tomflll t n LtUo
Slip Tiel, it ('i tri,, lpra c r, frc ii t1ý tonh, " (1 A
i'ne a. 0c I-,, in.- 11 cI lah4u y
3 Icl. Isrenc'o , il-lopm i, a \h.ah n.c . lroat ,lver
pool, to ASIhbuLp, le, Dc.iu Aco
At 4l0aratlrne.
Bark Ib'nn4whir.. S-hoe-ler, from Hlavant to ,J D
Mill YF--ot! ,Aeu
,pok en.
l1v I ca t l inr,!il. iof the f cthlnli P, -. i o illmles
Ex:ort( YeItkrdry.
I ItI;, h - '-r tla llcS i lil '7 l (7'ii a f
Slctot1 -Iitect r U'i-nc 11 lathsC) eicOit
bnll, cu : c T2 Ion p te i , 1s at o
ontohoit aitlotooo.n oure1 & al P ls of rctao to
Baticnhr Lehm-nd Newg lls & -hs ,lsontington
limi. L- t is Ae ,--,sulndihes t do-dei.nrotl de
IOl, tlrl-Steameo r lkg;-ry -niturl as to order
Per sli -5 bletton Cliotioni from Baltn-bales fc
rlIlskcy-A Ml Holblrick CC (Soopten C1 0
Jt osore.-s Lehmn, Ne-igasce leoo-- lWilasc hdse
Ltvieo Navra-l A FulAAirck--loke iroslel i
hanoi lt ewis , o--uit dies to order-Tlotll 1co
rbalui r'ottn- Oti- 1 'An C oi
iOatBt, elSteamer Mary- undries to lcorder
e onfp tgne y Rell.rod
clton J y-A Cromioell -C dC Jlcloil)lal "I-
i do J Poll--ter IBroits-age, Peor & lraPnt-
Alrve M aio on-n- T (ralt co-Mitchell, icrdsaign
r Neva--Rive Bros &eo--hiber.Low & lindwiten
P Grant &icokstr Ranc Ial Io E 'astrindu- lk-Nor
ran & RJss-- IN.Kuetr reo--A-o lhaul & Le--N
Whitney- R ldo T& Ha ll--- Adams Express .or-J
rs Mileraw-H Ol til.r--. \ d ',hran-J C Morris.
- snine A AlaAche-e\ & . 'cir, c kA--J H KePe)-i
Jun T Hard, erritt A&c-- cl0 ,likeu- c rdton
Ri e eiptl byls RiAlro-lci.A
N. 0., J. & G. N. R. Il-Aeg 12--1 ba- s of
potion J & G, Cromwell--1 do Joe Williams 5co-.
ti'2' do J R Powecl--I alritton' ooe & BraggC-2
,'-tC-45 sticks imnber Po clnlo o K-,,,,ruu-Ill00
Jsi T Hardie &Ici -'rottal t bales cotton
2o',) head r'attle anlll sulndries toi order
STiEAM IIIIPA.
NEW YORK.
FOR NEW YORK IRE,'F.
'EW YORK MAIL STEAMSH IP COMPANlT 5 STAB
LINE OF ST0AI1ii:'8.
FOE NEW YOIK DIRECT--IHE FINE t
OceanG. StcaRl.!ilT-
wrRNING STAR..... 5 w tol....Ne~-on, Commander.
I:,IENINO STAR..... 240ttres....Kl[. lp r,,,ma>+der.
II _DINrO STAgR...... 2f l t",,l'.... Serr;. ''nnmander,
MISsisSIPPI ..........:2_,, ,,,n ... ýu^:.:,:-, r ,mmean ,er.
MERRIMACK ......... .2,N) tane.... Vxle, r,.mmand, r
I RIA ANAC.. ... S... 2+ - il, .... I,,-, .r r' ,M'n .R: 1:.
1A iTEKR.... . ....I4' t] :., .} , I. ,: 'i. .
M ORIPOSA... .o ....... l t,,aa.... Q .uic, 5mm 0l,, r0
rIATANZ.,A .. ... ..141)ol --o ' n:nl..1. ,.
MISSOL'RI ..... . to.. .. --, I l.r.
71e ,li. ItOhip MGonterl y, Is
Will leave ol SITiIRDAVY... AI.t i-, it 7 or h , i. x,
from the Compau y's W enr,% 11 rr m,;t ý,f J.c''e":o ,4utrre.
rciF.itswlbActl cved IIs L:~.:',o ' lhl Comspany's
W\a, f t 1 t!me. duMg bslirn e. , and the rates for
fre'ghs as d s b . Soa 15l be Is .,w as by ansy o'hor rgu!sir
linoe
For i.grht or p~ssge apply to
J. M. COUIRTENAY, Ao ,
I (I'arlodelet street, N".w (' I
C . HARlNONS. I Pe-o
1D .;.- a--*~e , - -. 1k
b.EA B.ETWSE L-VERFiUL AND NEW OiRLEANS,
CathiEn at ava a and Quaesnetoo n to !nd andembark MaEil
aod Passiener.s A.king Cottoun and siglngbill. of ladfin
bhre at through rate. oflroight hons to Rt. PtLerWburg,
Moscow, Bigs, Hambug., Bremen. Antwerp, Rottsrdam,
Gothznburg sp d IHavs.
Steerage pansse:or tickets re granted hereby this line to bring
passengersrom Lierpoolor Queenstown to New Orleans,
for $50in erOncy7, pr adult
The Gnal por of destination may be either fed on slgping
tAs btll of lIslng, or deelared by the holder of the bill
of lading within twelve hloon saer the steamer's arrival
at L0verpool, thi saffordlng theb Importer Athe ho of
THE BRITIMH AND AMERICAN SBTAM
Navigation Company Limited., wl.Ri to. thA fRoUowig fall
powered Iron SBew satemship between
LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS DIRECT,
SRllng from LIVERPOOL nod NEW ORLEANS Moshly
Dartng the RSmmer:
LOUISIANA...........1A. tonA...... A. J.uLA. COptal.
MISSI8IPPI............171 ton......J. Campbll, Op
PFLORIDA...............17 As...... FRi, OaptAI.
a MISSOURI..............16M tou......l H.ck, Ua.
f ARBKANSAS............1. tone....... Brro, OSpt.
ALABAMA .............19 tend.m..... W. MAI. Cp
GAMsBIA.................165l toAs....... . , am. UCptaln.
CAROLINA...............1 to.....J. HaIby, Ctsal.
SBOLIVIAN.............. lSton...... P. . Oohe,,C.pt¶
Cabin u. to LA.pool 511 gold, or is eA.M s Ins
marrenay.
Fo a r of lht appl
F .. asP 61.1gMspylySr
BHUNTE, ASKEW * 0.. 41 .P slste.tS.
Oodgarm of good ms respsol llyM sd to pment .Rstr
Bils of L lng at the osm ts h hgh und oLan d
h Seery omden for the RamAe
U APALACHICOLA..
FOR APALACHICOLA DIREGC.
To .Ill on THURSDAY, 16th Instaat, S FP.
O APALACHICOLA DIECT - THE
Itast".llA.g, flyr.oe steaship
;Beaufomt.
p W. H. HUTCHINS. CommNader.
t Will sill r aboe, from Post 17, First 0tt1t.
For freight or possge apply to
p MERRIT , DUNHAM, McKINNELL & CO.,
07 C rudelet stiat.
.....................
FOR APALAUHIICOLA A.D ST. MARKS.
To ..ft ol THURSDAY, Aagt 16.
FOE APAI.ACHICOL& sd ST. MABHB
The ·totmship Plrrdu.r
WM. BLAWENEY, Commanded,
Will sIll politivly es oS e, fr, 0, foot .66S. Joseph .tr0,
First District.
For flroght or ptleFMS WITR POST A HOBBY,
117 Gravies rtrotl
BRAZOS> SANTIAGO.
FOR B00ZC,5 SANTIAGO DIRECT.
MOBOAW LZTSR U. S. MAIL STABEAhRS
Rears on 'ATLURDAY. 25 165st..,t .6 . U.
FOE BRA'ZOS SANTIAGO-THE 18O0
AustinU~bs,(~~bltn,
WE. SCRIMGREOR, C.mm.odor.
Will, e wt a bor, bona foot of St Josthstree, ear
WRIt theW U. B. 1., o .I. L JUSo6
For fl6dgb* pag, b50.1 .l..gl a.poemm.od.6..U.
apply to L C3. RHBBIS,
Corner Nomp and Co.6- 6aste.
I 'Bmr oLoadg .gd at .rA got'.6' e.
gam"e 001 Hdoelln to m1 p.kgD Ionly.
M. B-.-A so...0r 551.i lSn.,will .15 a. eml-m.66664 for
I. te Mee Fa
(,. Al.Av I :'1'&)N.4--.N I I1I . N ()1.A.
IINI GAI,...1IN , IN,1 IANHI AND IAIVAPA. .
OAN tE UNIFfNTfIf:4 MEI! 1TF: fNT1IIIN.
Leaven on TIIHUIIDAY, AnguN.ft 11liN : A x.
I'l1i<11 ,lr I.arL a rnllleU t to liNhtN.raoe at lhe lp nec m
FtOlR GC-ILAVFNnTO. INDIANoILA AND LA
vilUC--Tl I.ln Ilprlnr± Sidh heel lN t.allip
JNo. LEWIS, Commnllder.
a,11 v h , nh8ilhvmr, frll.111 r oo n t of H L JS'Ble[ hlepth
I , IfiAPRIIS, A±u ±t,
Ir(l ,N eL NI-illlT N I- ( lll'n at, t± l.
I3i;1 of Lanlic. sLlnnrnl g tlh~ -u l'l Mike.
'lh."-ý .: , i;,ý~ýr { .*trl nl til~" IC S ± 1±iI-, I y 111 lfiN ±,1 I
... .. ih u l p,, ... .
FOR IALYESTUN, INDIANILA AND LANVCA.
MORGAN LINE *
UNITED W'ATES MAIL h'NEAMSIIlPS.
Lave oi SONDAE', Au p-t 1±! at SA. x.
Fr-,ht to Lavilea ·1het to Lia htlr e wt tihe elense
FOR oGALVFSTON, INDIANOLA AND LA
'.ac--The Iowl-prasure ide wheel steanIship
TYm. 61,. HewS'.I!
D. S, AUSTIN, conrliumler,
I leave Ir s. a sbovr, From tib flnt of St. Joseph etret.
For 1.olght or prt'age apply to
I. C. HARRTIS, Af-t,
Corner Camp anld (Cotmoluon ltreets.
Rills of ladltg ai 'd ait tlto A. 'ellgB fi ce.
T.lesek.t ý-1 I r±.Sg tlrio tile U S. Nd, lew. purtaaly
(',1 oil received in metal p tckar es only.
. . .L- - . . . . . . . .
FOR GALVESTON AND INDIAnOL.A,
--vI*-
NEW ONIE ' NN. U1El NUS IN X'D ,. U WI-ll::
wFll ,Nl; -el,.nt u I(II N lUII-. dI I LIII. waII ll ' rlltl ill S"
r t l· t l ulr l ll, Ie il.ný N, l lhar p ,,.yOl N )A an l l. tllll d l-'l tD TY
The rrih,,,td Ferry tl,,at lnien,-tire f v t u, St Aull A tr-Ie:
opp,..il- Jwek-., \ Sllolt' i ts, k a , ,
Hnc:e,; chrr't'k*d thr,".u:h l. ,Tr ýit-,: ,r f, rncht : l,lr [t,
Sl, ',,u ± ' n. i, CtI It r,,,
" { 111 W1. . (11I t ), I ll lG .l Sup xintend*lot
STEAMBOATS.
MOBILE.
FOR MuBILE AND WATERING PLACES.
DAILY PACKETS.
Touchin;4 at Bay St. Louis, P'. Christian an i ui ;,nippi lCity
MORGAN LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMLRS
Leave T'1 SRSDAY. A.ng.t INth, rthe rrv .lot the12 Ia
l'ulxtcrurtrnt t,.ii,ý I..rtd r~l.r
F~~ ..OIIE-TOUIPN'II. AT R'.Y ST LOUTIS.
OE 11144YSi.(4U.4
e h ri't~tl and Nil--.+.,Ipl r_'ty--'l'h new l~vu sade
wheel and law pr. .-e e steamler
Lout.+e,
JAS JIn'KINSC'.n.:'d4T r
Will 1-. ,I tI I W i S 1a.
W rercht taker at 1re'- reduced -r,-, e ud IBi' of L hurg
Idt y. . x, rh A .I. ,t lie
,r-,;:lbt. t,,r \1,,, ýi,ý r , e.l n ,, i 'iýtI lk. x. M , xtt~l r WhI::b
c.,r: ,.r cramp :tdr , ,.,:. .., .
Leaves TtImi'K [,AN, Au, Pl!, at 1 r. x, from
bead -f \c.: Ha ol
FORg ]IOIIILE, SELMA, MUN'f;I'GIERY, WE
S ,z-iý,;_; a, + all totermedhtte lanmtm,. .t Ahtbama .e -
The hue A No. I tearmer
Blue Wing No. :F,
ISATI ' LITTLE, Rater; 5111 MILLIKEN, Cl rk,.
Will I-.,.a - n h v .0, , -,, tl-r -,h Ll.:!, ,f ixa.nsf, r all
te Ab ama r,' .i h ' p o 4, 744n , ~ 4... .
4'-4r t4 :.,;,,t o 4 pat-- , 4 4 apply "4 I d 444, 4 4r 4, 4
;L U H RITI:. A:.-,t, 5 ir. r -t
1'. ti --''h ettvnncr B 4 4 i~ 41.. p ." , .. ..n .ý
at 31,, lod w~thtlw 1111,t Iral r.t 1",*k t Nl-. 1,ýr A..[,.bnl+,
VWATEIRIN-( PýLACJ1CEt.
M ORUGAN LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS,
7OR TIlE WATEc INI PLACEN -''Y
Lady or the La ke N
altuain JOE WAIXFR,
WRiI Ew.1 t r ..f r . ~ t " , .. ,. 1,-,: hi d
Tr :SDAY, o arrival f RA. tr.,n, P onl.h,t..,t E t0.R
Tura NDAY . ..
FRIDAYD, A '
SATURDAYS, 4SRRs .
IF.tulnin"z-- I~ca, ca I';,aeaý,u!, Wer~,niav :tray ý.] s,: rdat
n lr ý-"g . , i- -- ,p ('it! on Fr 0,,) al' :a t ,!. tl rllc
t."ohhnl ;It aill htndin_., e1ctiu. ];,-I,,] Urdbi ct. S.r n1,,
9 he 'Tuesdap and s:tturday trip, ,ill be ettdd [. I'asa
Thee trips Sill he regularly mad, u-le. pre.en:ad by bad
wcathier ,x low water.
L 1.,C HARRIS, Agent,
C1-er Camp and ommon trt
SSEA SHORE LING.
5 ATEIlNG PLACES-BAY ST. LOUTS, PASS
Chnsetian, Missiasippi City, Biloxi and oco a 3prtg.
The elegsat ad ve-y root low pressure steamer
;Omsella,
A. P. BOARDMA, Maer,
Will here r contlao her trips . follows:
SMONDAYS..7% o'clock x Pontchartran . ER.
TUESDAYS ....o'clak i . . .. ..
THUD.DAYS,9 o'dlodEk ... . .
SATURDAYS, 4 o'clck . x.
O. S RtumnAg, will l SeRs on
SUNDAY EVENING.
MONDAY EVENING.
4 WEDNESDAY EVENINQ,
SFRIDAY MORNING.
On Monday moring's trip will go dlret is Oeeam Spring.
and Bllog returning some evening v. YI the Weng
Places.
Th. above triMp and depsrturee wMMbe egula-ly ma , on.
les prevented by bad weather or low water.
On SATURDAY, pdlutively no feight wil be receved ae__r
3 o'Delk i. 7r. tram.
For COrtHer RnfoAm1t7on apply to
COHEN M. 80RIA, 10 Carendelet erred.
FOE THE WATERINOG PLACES.
LLr e.Ar..UESDAY on tSe rrival of the A. . Poaher.
Roma -ytiin tlalgolandn~~l.gs; leave,
every THURSDAY for O"" Spring$ andawy landings; n
and *o07 SATURDAY at 4 p. r. Pontchartlan Ralroad k
tral,, for P.l.glBda and AlIElE.
FO* TUE WATEJErON PLAES-"THE b
plendid low pres re passenger steame
NARBLES WALKER, ComaBndue,
wilt Nave as above Far Might or passage apply to
LEACH A PARKINI,
ooreer of Gravler and Carondelst streets.
LOUISVILLE.
Leaveson SATURDAY, 1811h ,in, 5t 5 r. U.
S FOR ITOUISIVII. 5EL EVA-SVILLE, CAIRO,
.C 761mphis and thle Bend.--The ewr, swift, light-draft
psassenger etsemer
NicRhola LonaEworth.
A. S. Irin,. mlatsr ; Iih,.. Miller,. ler,
Will leavB1s hovl1. For riCiII 0 popago apply on boxed,
ISto JNO. A. ST IVENO8N, 5 Foelnt street.
t, or joRN E HYDE: A 1`O 119 Cumlmoo street. 1I
VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEL, Advetilsing Agent,
LAFOURCHIi.
REGULAR COOAT AND BAYOU LAPOUROHE PACKET
Leaven .very MONDAY, at S r. Y., and THURSDAY,
at 10 A X.
-te5.er 80NOA-U. D. ITERURONDE, 0I..eter.
FOR TBIBOIAUXOVLLE. PAINTCOURT
,il. N.pUolousl. , Donaldsonvll, and all intermediael
ose.t .lIwies-W III leave regularl~ly .bo,..
ThI 5onora will gvls SI.I155I5r attntiBOn to camp
.N 51 gbt1nd p5151agell. For eigItht or passags pply on board.
P..-S8hinppsare. In MI eal, ere r511515111115or We payEI5I
f freight. IRGISIU8I I. lESTZEL. AdvertisABS AMoSl
FORT JACIKSON,
U. S. MAIL PACKET-TWICE A WERE.
Leaesl Every WEDNESDAY tad SATURDAY, 1t 10 A. X
RturningIR ry MONDAB and THURSDSAY.
FOB FORT JACKSON. ST PH;LLI' POINTFR
·-ls-Bachc. and all sl Iod~nga--Tb splendid .assn.·
garlo,11,r LI. 0.,4, J. 8 Bunsen, -ter. W. 1.. H.
lot rIooks, ol151, .1111.... as .5eve.
TITUS BIOWAB'IIBII S. . D TETLdhIIEU.II,,t,
VIRISIUIS C. DENTERI,, AdolI(LLg A~oL
AIAN7'T11' AND D11,11 '11'1'1 .'I}At i, ! '11 I'AFN ,
FAIRIeiA' TilEs N1 'N III .l'VA I LAN MAIL A.
FID L 1' I nll L'1111'4, 5111: tlA IL, 'TW.) AND
DIADININID , ~I ."C. L, ).lossth 'I""ulu'a NIelr, Aloo I
6,tnvl' a tract:
Hu.th, l....Dy (N,,y,
As. U.F I1 .D11v,"ll. NED',
A..'ll.N,.,, IDDS,4r f'I.I,
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A1INALInu ANN. MII'y.I'-'11" IF'N yI II.I I rII'A.
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F Ol IN . 1'FI'I4¶ N 1 ,,,,,11('1 "4' 'Ii ILIAl.I
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F 015 Y'P. JA 1t. 1*Hi's, lI'A llii 111.51'5:1 , 5.1,'55n:
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.l rl media e lalrd: l X*-- .., , l..rt ll It "o r punnur ,., I< c'ao
'IV u). . ,, . I;,t.I I :, l,.ru L.. . , t
FOR NOT). L011ISe, CAIRO, i EFn, HIS, AND ALLI
Lntrmdiae n lnx.-fho m. ^11!1^[ Iunc- ar rnco
1N. 5.:W clVh.hwt
W;I~l le- - hiv,
L!I· I CI lIlil-U "i A. ·I ý: E N 6 · -111 r / .i 1 et - l
P 9 --Th i Mo ll . . .III 1·. k·· :II· ··o` r 11. eon), , f r·
Le,,, "" I'1' L 1: . 1' I : :,. , u ýY.
Ll.evinc N Iry V hDIIE.D,.iV .Y:d S ATUI1DAY. at5 r.x.
uEr SIn 1FVER'AI. T, (;GRAND EPA.)'
.Lo . rl'O ., ' :.r .'-u, m it,'r. A lbu e .,
W.. II:rr! oi, ruAte, 1tl5lo lll, ,lhald V l' unI tt, I.L -
I.olllu D'O"l, A on uI. Natllonal.
C .Id,.y.A , ,, . ,, I V A1
We',t ,-U)x. Alg. II W, .VI' ,,. :."IIP.1 I,." A,,, 1I
Waedne-rdy, het.-' 5 ,~·anIC I ,,h, i. 11 CI urIIIIy, I A t. .
For relght" Ar p.,T,.,, A .. I AVl , 'I+ A, , or t N
$INNVTI & ADAMlI', V I c'n,-1n.'al Pcha
JOiIN A. WILLIAM' Air-.,,ldr ,t .I
C(AM IIEN, I'II1.tILI. ''N. ICTC
1,2· I V h y . As I;T I C.V 1 ' V C T .'
.101 N S .I-NI tI ,.IPNI CI,:IE VRNI . 11111,
F/I II TIC ]'I'I} I INI.I', I , IV.I - ''A 12
G ,I) . D. lIII1; 51 and t, l ..+,,,,
CREENVIIVII' Yl .'iUDi. , I I EiZ AD ..V .
EI;ULVAR TWIUSIDAY CA. MAIL AC(KET.
LaI ., EVERY TIV.RCDATY 5 N c.. r Im , meiVng V
F]OR AIENI. LL1E. 1 A.1ND LAiE,,I'IPIITA
RLGI . '. ., lllri5 " h,'ti' Slldx llIthl5SIl, Ali GiV. .i .llV l i.iViV
ulblu'r nLl r Y ..- 71L, ," .... . r l:'- , I llll .eI,
R'3k Nept.ll nu l : -,,r 5,,m. I , ., e . - aiI Ier..
1t''PeE, ,'Ir 1,f, Nb "( ; A' , - } . Hl n Lx d, ,rr t1
e I JI'. 1A, IQul tmn ,Glsts.tt.
S llt INGI. r. , GI} . gIy$1' r p I,.,A, . l 54. ,K'd
GREE.NVILLE, IATEREURA, NAEI' IIREE AND R.RO.
EGULAR TURSDAY U . CAIL PACKter.
Le, s TEVERY TIRDAY, at 5 P. cormng
Vo1RB O DEENILI.E, GRAND LAK FR, PRINCE
E,.n, ADhI G, .tiAwrt, Pro~ilde.ce, G-,risI LrtiM dn g,
4llkeALs Bronlld Vtek TurgE N1tctEz, ll rand Gulf, Rdrs'y,
Will Feave as above,
For freight or dMeexv, having aLourpaeaed aucmmodb
tlone, rpply on board, or to
GEO. D. RHITE, AUMt, A4 IOravler street.
The Cn. Q Uitma ha been tIhnrlghly repaired, roE ainTS d,
.and rfItt.d, n d now 3 +s a oT mpl3l. gt f tew to.-lue ,1t
esr, and fur speod, safety Ind -mfPrt, '11. EK IaIurpIIed in
Amreaio.
VICKSNURO *T IZ NA 5 D NLD'W ORLEANS BEOU
AB TUESDAY U. S MAI,1 PACK-T.
IVI veR every TUIV 1 A1Y, at 5 p. ,.
(Iltt$1dlng to ill busiae. f , Itmr.r , Oeneral Qultman)
VI' "RICRII1UIIIA NAT'IC-EZA GRAND OAL'RI
I Redney Fort Adman, B5ou IarL PErt RadLon, a.bna
,tes P1,a1aml 1ne, DonaldsnvilIe, a 1i all IntermeN dite e o1I1t
"id plotalooa Iandingu--Tbe martalant paananger paekot
Oresr ..tt •,
J. M W1 HITE, M.W.
will le5ve a1o ave. The IDy E1g11 111 IkE e treight. alL
pt5seugerp Ior Mllbla and the H11 s, with privlegR e of I6
hippyln on1 tile51l.1mlr Le. ArsaId for Yazoo River with
I rdle i'tlege of re.!xipiug o13 tile ranlter Emma, No. L. For
ezlmuwt, s reed ll naltU thin b~uat is rpuaassed, lad hir
table is supplied with the beat the markutu lfurds.
For" informttou relative to wleoo River firightK, opply onem
oard or to
GEO. D, HITE, 54 Srvir street.
TITfUS & C. D RTN-iY, V3 Tchmitoelae t.
VIRRII lE'SC . DSNTWZAI.. ATlvNrtislng aTARRt.
VICbBURII AND NATCEZ PAtKET FAHRION.
hoR DO N r.t ! O.i 1. PIA£QUEMINF,
F. fort [ldnlU .l+'on Rouge, Hriytt Sara, Fos Adams, Nut
ehe. , Wa ErArl, ,lh t-, J dn y,, W de E N ? lr d GF , aN rrentG,
Itealmr F-ltlll P. I. Prttt, mi,11 1 E1 L, Shaw and F. 1 .
K. udwligen elerkewll. leave uabno\e, F'c freilghtorpai.
lage apply 1n DAoIIrd Ir Ino JAS I I"5LEI 3 CO.,
15 rlrur 1 l'uben and 17 and 19 lew 1 e-ee hIreet,
V1RiliNII:.S P DEN.TIPP . Advrtilsllg Agllt
e.aven E.lry SATURDAY, at - o'clock P. ..
oII oP ElRUO 5 .Al, WASHINKTON PORT BARWEK
I, i moath Hlh u Rouge, uld nil iatermedtttr landlagu on
Bl.yot Conrtnb'ou. Atgh-lfyu a_ ! Vallssippl r -r.Tbe
ne , Ilgh,-dr b SbgaI rte, ler ,Ul o D... SikeAtt
omater J. B. ,cl t . clr will I T PI I l -,I ' S e.
will IltIGve ,Whmgtm ~ evr , WEPN.5DA IORs dlyi,
Ill ' lock. Paticuh.r atnrotionpn puk to coat bus nros. For
felghl or pp s;e aplyP] on board foot of SL. 1 orris stret.
VIRIINIIRS P. DENTZ'PLE AdverstisingAS.nt
BAYOU ks JIA.
REGULAR RU. S MAUL PARKT--TWIRE A WEEK.
L'FOl BAYOU .ABA. PU1T HCDDON, BATON
x, Rou Plslyemlue, Don ld-lorvlne, and all lnt'raedlrtr
IB C SiEIs-lP'hlInVsICngrS AteA' I. V on 4hr. Bs Barann
mus~ter, leaves New tleaua r alatiy renry WfDENEBDAY
at 1 Ai. ., I0C SATURDAY at 5 r. 1
ReturCinlEeavp BAyou RCr. evern Si N DAYC t5SI. I., and
THRVEDI. C t A P. C. miE , dolp4 tL,. Coapst in dayltghr.
VIRAINILI.i r. C ENTZEL Ad.enlRMng ArenL
BEGULAR BAYOU RARA PACKET.
STEAMER NINA sIMME--W R t}.t FriOUSE, Matll
TRORLLR end MILL 1.F Clerks.
'Le. veeverr.* M IND A rt . r., o-^ FRIDAY st 10 .ILl
St, .., P aqu,,, e, Duo .d .... ' and all ntar
u me't,r. !endlln, ni. t',e cmast. ttkiunE rfc gIt for all Iadlnlgp
. on Ha!-.r. Ld.rmlrrcý. For ",trghr or n~t:.age a~tpy on board,
VLRtH, ti;c t' nDENdEL, - .ysnhahl .y.AL

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