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WMN1ESIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1866.
The WaR to Keep lt.m,
"Outagain to0znghtt' 'satd irs. flays, fretfully,
msherhtiiibahd ldiem the tesitable, and donned
hilt' iiot t coattd
"Tee. I I !O kT f.l nt with Moore, I shall
bhe a eperyhave alight the library. Good
. "' Id ti'lus Ald, William Hayes
'tAly&n'Wlit',4ht it sured Lizzie loveqye
ank upon a easofa. "Out every night ;
-- h w :ieebit about me new, and
Waii have leesa:- iarted only two years. Nr
em n have a more orderly hoeus 1 am lire;
i ti y mojieiL , hind hk# most have loved me
I- wh letwea me with_ s.pi lfrieg
!a g sleep a sofa. She
t owedby itb riche
giIt d-ttuel, was brhenod
Into a rich knop at
ck b mft~rwo ewl, aheaid
divt thole face wore a
EMr-rotb wn a meat
* ibtre neither collarso nor
tes ' ot. ; ai--,JM g-4ntt for
r ft r twio honirt and then
a Ste up, glanced at'the
, ~ re lr . ,tthe prospect of the
osn.s before bedtime.
e wias not-over the room in which
. 41 sd Tu. th _mFnaee-flne- through the
Linavoe..ha iiB th e ypong wife' ears.
--lYor uwat--. a man to do. I musthave
ur ee. Who_ would have fancied
i a ., sepite; eightp and loving,
-wFl. tb au o thnfe dfr y e he ' 6 t% now?
WIo wants to stay ahhome to hear his wife whin
ig all6.otag n a~, , t rher troublsome sere
vaais, tii her headache asnd ial orts of bothers!
SBh'. gt th e -l. -of thlat drawling whine so
pimt,'pon life I don't believe the can speak
nleamt -fv.'. -
tm saeonaeitaned. Weasthi true? She
loeke the ,s,,. If not Wltcely dowdy, her
ctsmae erhuot sidtlble fr an evening
wi sl i fex:rose andsoftly
stto with bitter, sorrowful thoughts,
66440dW ittu i'te kl htr husband's
le (ote fed irtkeep him.
eWtfam aame intuo the break
t ite dg 'aiileo mbf u er, but a
O ht aesie tesw Itizzie. A
bontneea . snow
f s oTt Rs f ll carls, had
ei; ihi thie blush her
called up to her cheek
e ty. At firstWilliam
~ t pat=bhut glancing
%ur eOffee will soon be
breakfast
a gthe room
h bonumtnded as she re
t uer.
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h ; q d whole hoar.
t Ll.dOn every
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t ,`ad r eieet ta ae ldowa
t eneele, and ls a g thouchtof
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rt rl etogeamolt. ta drelue dowe on the
- ,h[a.tber. Be fetafhet renoe enertg aover
"··.; sfY,: I'.n.'.o ulivear hea whaaen
.a' luh of he dtae - og.euarea little
Sieedle orkta , asd Ietanl d to the chelu
<-r e had toyed to dearly t y ean before.
-. U i-f' t qu the fea der tngd
,vjlwt. te Ttr "lto th y w ol
ihl of the torttwodelien ae d heo littleeru
eai i$.e.Mbvtelavug wetel gradfoe-on i
r1 wes.a lugltloso t lteglao fe, d the ;ea I
sat e. tq, muchul ayou d
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the foW lovineartd, her
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T J~u unrle ant M aonerg a2it.
The feature of the movement in financial circle
to-day was a still further decline in rates of Goul
ly, and Foreign Exchange. The immediate cause o
ed the depreaesou in the precious metals, and in for
all eign bills, is said to be the declining tendency o
od prices at New York, but it can hardly be ques
'es tinned that the real cause of the downward move
meat in both at the North and the South, is thi
jr prggpqct of peace in Europe and the indication!
nd of a speedy settlement of our own difll
l fialties, as manifested in the harmonious
action of the Philddelphia Convention. Tin
Gold market opened dull and drooping thi:
ry morning, at yesterday'a closing figuresý-145 0
t 14nI,h but on receipt, at an early hour, of dis
t patches showing a rapid reduction in rates at Nes
York to-day, prices again fell off, and the opera
te tions at the Close of businesd disclosed a net de
ellne on yesterday's closing figures of fully aI
:d cent. The sqpply of cashGold was light through
t out, and the demand, though for the most par
- inactive, exhibited a powerful speculative
a tendency after prices had reached thn
lowest limit for the day. The sales have heel
in the following order, viz:; 15,000 and $25,000 a
i146, $40,000 Sold by a L 0t [email protected] $5000 1
n 146, $3000 at 146, $StJ 4000 at 145., $600(
to and $7000 af 145, $500 l, $10,000 and $10,01(
at 1454, and $5000 and $5000 at 145. Sales of Sil
I1 ver have been confined to driblets within the rangE
ie of our quotations, which now rule as follows, viz
8' Gold at [email protected]#, and Silver at [email protected] if
re American coin, and [email protected] for Mexican dollars
d Fonut ExcEanona-The languor in the Gold
, market here and the steady decline in rates olo
Foreign Bills at New York, have had a very des
n. pressing effect upon Sterling and Francs durint
r- the past few days. and the tendency of rates o.
i both is still unmistakably in favor of buyers
o There is no apparent excess of suanpply upon the nioe
k het, botthe demand has almost wholly subsided
and operaors in not a few cases can almost die
late their own terms, The sales siues our lao
r have been limited to £3000. Clear bills classea
g Al, at 153; £3000 tobile bank bills at the samn
y figures : £4000 and £5003 Al closed late in the dao
at 152 ; £2000 bill of lading bills at 151. a2l0t
a private Fnancs at 360f., and 6O0Of. commercial do
at 367hf. Tle ruling figures at the close of husi
- nes this evening were 1570158 for bank Slterling
a 152m153 for clear bills; 150151 for bill of lad
A ing bills; 3570f.53521f. for bank Frauco, and
w 307f.0362-jf. for outdoor Francs.
d D snntic ExcuHaa--There is no alteration
r whatever to refer to in the movement under thio
Sbheading. Oflerings of commercial are still very
a light, and the demand at Bank for remittance pure
g poses continues qaite restricted. TIne purclasel
by Banbks and Bankers today hare been limiter
e to Stl,0000. $25,000, $30, 000 ni $00,000 New YorT
Sight at $ cent. discount, $8;000 do. at I V cent
it discount, and some nnimportant lots of shor
nSigh t tcorresponding figures. We still quot,
I" . cent. dlsconnt at Bank, and [email protected]} T cenl
dlecount out of doors far Sight Chocks on th
II Neither n'cities.
UtCURRcnVT .oT0b AND S.eCnIT.nS--Sales O
y' hbeAtlemeetfeay hbve been edintfned to a fen
y thouseand doillas of City Notes and of U. S. Tress
a cry Notes atprevioun quotations, and those of thn
latter have been limited 'to 00 shasre Louisiana
e State Bank stock at 28id.
Bao.al' Pa itn.--'rannactinns at the Brokers
if Bosrd exhibifino nosigns wlatevier of imlprovement
and the sales todaylhave been imited to 40 shaler
B.'f l dlisin0na 0t0ck at 10' 100 ires Louisiana
- { e'Bakitnckat2l, and $l200Jackson Railroad
change notes at 71ic. jidollar.
SOLDI.S ArND THE IxCOasnt Tax.-The Boston
iral says :
As there aseem t be somi misunilerstanding in
relatioa-to the-exemption of noldiers from rioaisg
theanutntal income tax, we would state that the
commissioner of internol revenue hns issued a
acircular coeiaiilag the recolation of Coagress
covrering'the subject, and notifyi-,g assessors ant
celloctara that the income tax of fivre per cent.
Sin$bsedebhy the joint resolution of July 4, 16.t. is
not to be further onforced-against officeia anu
t soldiers in the service of tie United States, who
Inave:' ban hohenarably diseharged therefrom. In
all ceases ware esaid tax has been assessed against
officers and soldiers wio have been honorably ais
cl~ rg.e .t';m the saervicer, and the.armo still re
fm a tounpa.ad, ollectora will present the sanme to
. h oi er' oef'the internal revenue in the peroper
manner, foaeabehtieitf.' T'hedommissioner adds
that )hea-golatio1 of Ceonagess does not confer
any anthrriy for refnunding the tax imoosed by
Sthws'joint ~aesnt.dt0h'of'Jy '4, 1801, which has
already been paid, nor des it relate in any way
to the tax-reqaired to be deducted and withheld
by paymastersaid diasbursing offieers.
.iassrary UNION BEWFrnaN FaBnaC, BLotoa,
ITALY AND SWITZEnLAND.--The Paris Moniteur
pnublishes an imperial 'decree, promulgatingthe
terml eaf a monetary union aoncluded ono the 13th
December0 1865, between France, Belgium, Italy
andSwltzerland. The convention is to remain In
forme unati January 1,1880; and if -no notice to
terminate be given a year previously, it will be
renewed for fifteen yeara, and so on every snc
bebdlag flfteen years. The object of the union, as
statedian the preamble, is to establish more com
plote harmony between the monetary legislation
00 tae eooltrnes forming such union, and titnus to
remedy the inconvenience resulting from the dif
ferences between their currency. fhe coinage of
the four contracting powers will be accepted at
the public treasury of each of these powers, sob
Sject to conditions reapecting the amounts iaued,
whjeh are.aepeeltedlt the convention.
vcons sresepecinear one convention.
HOLDERS OF TEMPORAR~ LOAN CBRTIFICATER.
Weelingtoe, Aug. 15,-The following importantl
noice .ewe today issuend from the treasury depart- .
ment. The algregate of the current receipts of
a the treasury being inexcess of the immediate and
prospective financial necessity of the government,
p the system of temporary loans will be din
continued:
r TnxAesrw DePArTMENT, Aug. 15,18 6.
a Notice is hereby given that, to holder o.er
tlrca~te of deposits of temporary loan on other
thanii those Issued for cleearleg-house purposes, I
that the treasury department ae prepared to re
a deem. th same on presentafloei at the varous
dtioess/rnmwhlich they are issued, with secured I
Sinterest thorea to thetlme of presentation, be
a htwad, tidate and buust nith, han thhat after
teleatter date interest will cease on such certifl
cates. H. MeCuLLOCg, Secretary Treasury.
t Nn Yor Msancxr,-The latest Express at
t hand remarks as follows :
i- There was an a ctive demand for government
securities, and prices were all higher, the advance
Sonth. newidlv-twenties being qolte marked.
SThe upwtad ovement In Geold, and the pros
Speotthat aeoeelderable portion of the currency
to be diahiesedon account of temporary loan will
i ,fis evesetnt a tlhas w iretion, canoes the ad
Vaancl 8 conpo hutlet10 1; '65-30 coupons
0 1 for 1920, 7l,17j for 1i64, and
107 ti.y07 00, 10-44u) 0 onpons 100{®100};
I 7 b s! fr fistandi [email protected]@01i for
:-I-.otdi ofhoscetary of the treasury for
the payment of the temp loan, is a steg 10
the t direction, and will reduce the doating
e fdaeso thegovernmena .maternItli. The
n ..m ypnrtr loan at p e l$118,0
Eastern and W ter aggregae about $60,t0',00,
,t ., e leaves $8,0,000 of verreney to be pot
sIloat This will ateny strlngesncy in money.
in a W f" the meoving of the crops to the
s oa , and nre an abundant supply of eaps
r tat for rpeduta-on and legitimate purposes during
: .hfulowing will show the exports (exclusive
aof s.peoel) froes New York to foreign ports for the
a week ending Adust 14, and sine the beginning
h ofthe year:
1as Slrjm1om leo se
( Jae nrt f........ o 97ne, t b8.I $136,010,0, 7 le.,
A Naw aoueroxamu'r.-The Portsmouth Citron
Selspeoks of a new counterfeit of the fractional
of the denomlnationof twenty-five cents,
d .i., made its apparsancein New Hamp
al. h.'head of 'essenden, whichis otherwise
wl engraved, hase a black spot Under the left
eyae In the lower left hand corner of the eouter
eo theword ,' assistat" has the two last letters
004, makinsg It' eubittatn."
IsapefL 0 ToaB m m T CALCUITA.-A Cal
itti letter says the ruin caused b 'the stoppage
of Ara Masterman's bank, is England., pioi
0e3 to. be .esater than in the panlo of 1830 and
833, when the six great homuses of Calcutta failed
or 15,000,000, and paid only twenty-five per
(t oro--Later advicei from Europe came to
hand, via the cable, last night, which, thoughad
mittedle be of a reassring ehaUeter, have had
'~as amatlrbil hct upon oer market The better
. eliao eatolts e, If anything, moare firmly held,
with bat vear light ofberinge, while the demand
Is still aklmost exolslvely retrlieted to strict
god ordiuary and low mIddling quali
l1es, the asking Igaree for which are
consildeobly above brfekera' limits. sales
r to-day have been confined to 460 bales, and
athe market elsed steady, but inactive, at pro.
vious quotations which we repeat, as follows,
viJ.: Ordinury 23t27c.. good odinoary 29(l031c,,
lowmiddling [email protected],and middling 35:361c. The
snpply of grades below good ordinary is ample,
while the demand for these descriptions continues I
e, partially or wholly suspended, ard the depression
I in Exchange tend, to liimt operations in all classes.
of evaBTAT NT OF GorgON.
,rstock on hand Sreot. lst, 18--bes........... x023
Received since ymterdy ........... ......... i6
of G . vo previou8l ..........................7S,45--73,52
o rtD d tao yesto rdy....................... to
En ported prw e yaalpy ...........................7 ,53
S loSeon hadnd non ablpbonrd not clea .. ...... 1127,1".
S SUAR AN)D MOLASSEs--The receipts from the
low er coast since yesterday comprise 1 bbl. of
0s ugnartnd 2 of Molasses. Louisiana Sugar and
0e Idotnlaesis nearly exhanusted, hut the foreign pro
lie ductions are in fair though not large supply. The
tmarket is still very quiet, and tile oly sales we
have to report is a lot ol 6 hhds. of l1ouisiauu re
- fined tand 4S hhds. of prime Porto Rico huger on
Sprivrate termls. The retail trade is linited at 12.tc.
- ior common, , 15, [email protected] a1c. for pritme to choice,
- and 17(172c. 5) . for yellow and n lite clt illCd.
There h:s been nuthing doun il M,1ai,~s to-Ih e
t but we quote it ctt 52rr53e. by the tarso, rial
h- 55 05c. I gallon for small lots.
0t TonAoco--We have no change to note in this
e article. Duyers for foreign andll private ac onnt
he are still tooling around. Ibut we are unable to ec
port any sedls to-day. althougn negotiatillns were
en Iteding for one or too email lotsl. Thetre has I
at however, been no change in rices, 0sn we stdl I
It cotutinue to ouote low refused, light", 3.i.c.,
00 eavy do, 40.20c.. 5007c1. lfor good in., do.,
`for conmone lol, [email protected] for fair do.. l-4tOlt. fort
0 ood doi.. l.oileI. for tprime do., and 20t 22e. C
il- 1. for lchoice selections.
e FLo--Superfine is still very scarce and in re
quest, while prices ar 0 .mitteu irm, with an upward
tendency. Other gradler are quliet and unttlnged.l.
' Sales to-day eomp-ie 1350 biale., of which 50
-a. chieo family at $015, 100 o. at $11, 500 to. on 1ri
Id ate terms, 500 fine otn priv0ate ttrts, 100 gl
of extra at 12 50. 100 fair o. at 11. and l:0 super
t fite at $9 25 ~i bbl. Supoerine is retailing at $a 50
Ig z0+bbl.
of Coen--s in fair suppily ht dnull, andl pries anre
e eak and drooping. atles to-day colnllrise 8100
Ssacks, in lots as fUillnws, viz.: 570 a0l 100 hllite
Sand lwhite mixed at .0c..200 white mixed at as7c.,
c- 5000 do. on private terms, 300 and 200re ieO lit
st Oc., 200 yellor mixcd at I77., and 1600 do. at
dm 1dc.S1 bushel.
O.Ars-Are in moderate supply v-it a very
y liuited demand, and prices are tuhng more in
)favor of buyers. There were sales of 360 and 100
Ssacks at 5c., and 500 at 48c. ,1 bushel, a declinel
GiNof Gc. i.- bushel on yester-ay's qttauehs10 .
B axs--There has been a decided iprovemcntent
d. in the demand for this article to-day, while price.
id remain firm and unchatged. Saes amount to 1470
sacks, of whivh 200 and 200 at $1 10, a01 00 and
)n 215 at$t 07J 11100 the.
a Hr--Is very inactive, end p rites unchanged at
ry $15$16 fr t. Loaui and $25o226 1 ton for prime
I.Ohio river.
e Pena--The market has been very quliet to-day,
ad and we have not heard of a sale to rleport. Price-.
ok however, are very irml at $36 for round lots, and
t. $3 50 bbl. for retail lots.
S BoEon--ides and Shoulders are scarce, with a
tr fair demand, and price1 are a, . .i.ley tunehanged.
it. They are retailig at 1Ic. for Shoulders. 21c. flor
he libbedSidse, 22la.forClear t ihbed, and23ti23aoc.
for Clear Sides. ungar-cure flamae are in better
of supply, but quiet at [email protected] ,0 tb.
d. Iano -We have a on change tohatever tonotice in
this article. 'lIe demaud io limited at [email protected] for
l prime in tierces, and 2tc. per 0lb. or kegs.
I, VeYIsnY--ls selling 1ly the lot at OS 231e-;2 25
for good Western rectified, and $2 37jc. r gallon
"iujobbing lots.
t DIanya BaloMa --Continues in very active de
Smaod at previous priaes, viz: 39c. 'l yard in rolls
lat ndr 41c. l yard in btale .
.d GIcNonY BAis-Art scarce. and in requeat. while
prices are lirm with an upward tendency. We
nnow quote :thew at 31g'12c. apiece.
Ba BAL RoP5r-I in moderate demand at 1I =,1 t.
for round tots. atd lc. 'i- ltb. for rotIllllot. lltlo I
to w tlo sies to-day of 100coils on l1iivata tlcitr ; 3o,
g ann 00 do. at .1N50. per lIt.
e SaLT--is in air supply and demtdllt. and price,
a are firm at $2052 15 tor Liverpool t.ec, t and
0 o, 051552 2.c. for fice. hlomn 0-.0. 31 oc. lto
hooteeu ofiered and refused for lots of Liocrpool
. coarse.
S NoAVA raSToacs--R'sin is very sr0e" and ill re
Squesto and prices are lirotl at $2'2o;Le$2 50 for cont
o 10mo0: t11or No. 2, and $7 1 hbhl. for No. 1. P1itch
a is ohing attE $3 . hil. Tar at .2 50, and Spiriits of
it Turpentione at 5Si60c. P1 gallon. There were sales
ato-day of 100 Itls. of Turpentine on private 11terms.
Shn'oRst-:l:q." are sellng, at 332 j bbl.. Potl
Stoeas at $ 2500025 bbl., Onious at1 $4 210d 50d
10 0 bbl., Apples ant $3 50 ~6 50 0 bbhl., nod
chickens at $129$13 5, dozen for old, ani 0.,
-r for young.
y Woot-Is in fair supply but dll at l14617c. for
s berry, 150200. for interior, and 230525c. for
Swashed.
d HoPsn-Are scarce and duoll at 0o 83. for Bel
gian, and 7i5c. 7 Iti for American.
MIALT--Is in limited supply, but dull at $1 0 for
rWestern and $1 903$2 for Canada.
ButTER Ann C csIos-Guoad Western and Nor
1 thern Butter is scarce with a good retail ldemand,
r at 25.30e. for common Western, 31533-c. for
1 prime do. and 43045c. per It for Northen. Strictly
tchoice is held at 48c. per -. Choese is quiet at
[email protected] for Western and 21c. per co.. for Engliah
dairy lots.
s ST.R Ca.DLsee-Are in monerate retail demand
and prices firm. There were sales to-day of 50
t boxes 12 oz. at 20o., 50 13 oz. at 21c., 50 14 oz. at
22 I., 50 full weight at 25c. and 250 hboxes, a mixed
lot, at 20c. for 12 oz. and 25e. for full weight.
I COFFc --The stock on hand is quite lght, and
t demand fair. Dealers are sunplying thle demand
Sfor the country at [email protected] for ordinary to prime
Ril in currency.
Footrs--'l'he rate by steamer to Liverpool is
$d. for chiton, at which tigure the Fire Queen is
Sgjw loading. Rate by sail to Liverpool is Ad. rd Itl.,
nd to Havre lic. lIt. for cotton. Byesteamer
" New York and Boston it is 001. 1 lb., and
Iby sail [email protected] ' Il. for cotton.
ROPe AND BaIoeNo IN LroaIsvLLoh,-Oalttl.-ay,
Transactions have been heavy this week, at steady
odvancing rates, with sales to-day of 50 pieces
choice hand bagging at 3tc. and 50 coils maohine
Srope at 18g0.. with smaller lots on orders at an
radvance. Also a sale of 2500 iron ties at 12c.
Sales early in the week 2000 pieces and coils on
private terms. Also 750 coils rope at 15i8lPc.,
00 pieces bhemp at [email protected] Various otner lo1ts
I have been disposed of, but prices to-day are about
34d35c. for hemp bagging and 350. for India bag
gilag. A sale of India bagging wasnmade at 346c..
and a sale of 100 hales thibs mornaing at i35c., and
200 pieces Kentucky bagging at 2334.--[Courier.
S LeoUsvILLn TBoAcco MancRn.-Saturday.-The
market has been sustained all the we -k at the ad
t vance on lugs heretofore noted, with sales to
dayof 108 hlds., including reviews, with only 7
rejections, at prioes ranging from $3 50029. The
offerings of nelectlons and choice manufacturing
leaf are very few. The sales of the week have
aggregated 674 hhds., with 71 rejections, including
in thebreaks 4 hhds. Mason county leaf at $250221
1 hbd. manufacturing leaf at $37 75; 1 hhd.
SDpviess county cutting leaf at$29 75; hhd.
Christian county leaf at $23. and 4 hhds. Owen
Scoonty cutting leaf at$4, [email protected]$29, $25 and $45 50.
The following is the elaseillcation for the week:
Light. Heavy.
Commonlge ...................... $3000.450 $50B 0
SCommon lear ....................naa.. 950 7olt0010
Me dinm d - n........................ 30 600l no 1160l0t
Good do ........................ n... 1. 8Is 50 160i t9tl0
ine sto slectioans .. .............- . 2 4f40 20bom02300
5shutacturnng w1appanr.
Bright mnedlum ................................ .. 50t9 no
do. Ens to tone, .... ... .............. . ...
The srock on hand Julry 6th ...................... 6,61 hhd..
RLseietd fram the untry ........................ 4
S Loct al ........................................... .. 11 .
Totals........................................7.20
D tlet srles......................... la.. . -1
) COtctaNot Tonacco Hnnrwr-r.- turday.-Tttec
I followig were the soles of leaf tobaco at Bod
mann' warehouse: 47hhds. vio: 32 hhds. Mason
2a1t86,10tt$ 26,1 at$68 25,2 at09.1 altt 1tS1 2,
S$1t2 60,2att1,6 1 $50,1t111 ttt12 50,
a ot $10 251t9 25- 2 hhds. Eastern Virginia. 1 at
I $10 71t,1at $19 bores Ohio, $i 50. Receipts
II moderate.-f[Comrercial.
nnourre L. t tomme rcjL .
eanas. maacsi.
Jt urvrsos Orr, Ange 2, 1865.
Arrived yesterday-504 Texa Beeves 204
Calves and Yearlings, 171 Hogs and 10360 Sheep.
Bold-31T' Texas Beeves, 130 Calves and Year
dlings. 82 Hogs and 4 Milch Cows. Stock on sale
e 1329 Tezas Beeves, 556 C.lves and Yearlings,
183 Hogs, 4861 Sheep, 31 MUch Cows, and 68
d Texas Cows with Calves.
ed mm. B.s , S choeat, 4 ass...... ....- -
'r Vs.5r ? B.vnste qall a n/1.......
o=,. _..n .. ........... ................... " -6 - -0
dIdtl,, ,1 q t d ......................8 3 500o
lasoba d h , ........... .... . Ou
t 11 . tali .mow....:.. "................ a i o
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SYestLeUldhayn ad..................... la a
qusth epoto.beesh . f.r.......... . . ..5 wi
3Iu t r JnteUgenu.
it -w
ele·s 055,0, wela.~. 54 Oer Sesess,
eaYsterday morning the weather wan clear and
's very wars; bat, doring ths evening, we bad
d quite a respectable shower of rais, which cooled
5. the atmosphere and made it quite pleasant.
, Busin . was good oen the landing. The depart
ing steamers left with good trips, and those tha'
are up for departnl;c to-day were receivilg freely.
By a dispatch dated Odton Rouges, yesterday, ato
5 A. eM., we learn that the Lirzie Tate had passed
that point. She will be receiving this morning,
and will leave for Red River as advertised.
We return our thanks for favors to the officers
of steamers Idahoe, Lnfoutrhe and PtMississippi.
They are receiving, and will leave again to-day as
announced.
SCLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCIIANGES.
Sr. tLors, Aug. O.--oBusi ess In the lwhtrf was
a little tetter sesterdsyy. Offerings of freighlt fr
tlie lower rivers and tie MIissouri werr e ,ie than
liberal, when we take into consideration the time
of yepr.
The New York Journsl of Co nu aree savu that
tllh conviction xiats rmnelg merclloants of all
classres that the fall business will oeon earl, osd
exceed th rallsantirneors f sor sn n ter iillas
ber of years. The usame reals timl is shae o by
the mcrcrants of Boston, Phiiadreltia til rre ra rly
m ore. Our wnls torirotVtietnsrt ogres thtroortgtty
with those of the nraulo comnlanity, ans tor trie
probafbler denml ior prodcme of al l deseliptioo
i tile Suth. Ii the till or the nerd of the onr
chasers a et the - thole t(ll'n ill. we wolin d lll
-every natre. th. alr , wuudll far exceed tuosoe of
alln previous soeason.
t rthis pointt y-terd'"y nryrtni:ii thr ' river was
agran showlyriing, lr'ig reo trioned no rlou.t b
the 'tail ierdt of the late riseia the oupper Mlir
sis ippi. As all of the rpte streollrs are noi de
clirnin, we can have no hopes of any frtier risre.
and fTr some tinme to come we may only expect
Ifalli. rivers: as it is we report sroen ifeet largeo
r to Cairo fritrtd a lalfe feet in thIe Missouri, the
same to r leokk, wit three andt a lf feet or the
lower reia, anti three feet in tile tllinois.
CAIRo. Ao. I r.-The weanther sans quite pleras
tntt-wind frol tlle northeast--with every appear
avre oft contiouing dir.
tia-rrera on the tlevee rverstrallv exceedi Lgi
i dll-reshippng, as ursual, quite brirk.
The river orithin the ipat twenty-four hours has
Sreceded fonr inchc. 'This is an llllrovelor nt ill
its frtl of the rast few days.
In the Tenoesree there are fier feet scant on
I. atherwoad' shoalu , and falling at Jonesville
ao'iut t.o to I. p r-ilie has four feet s... .a. t ith
t lree feet in the can.r The river is at a stand.
The Marissriip i brtween trhis td rSt. Loias hasr
riX ftet o ,rlt. wlth the river talliyn at St. Louis.
There was a ri int rise :t Dubuqetr, oil thie 15th
inst.
The Mt .e .ul i has nearley fl e feet between St.
Loois ne St.r Ji-eph, ail! faltinog rlowly. The
steamer Kste Robi lson reporta s qlite a hirln.;e
ahoat to taike place at Plum Point, ai she lay
artrornd there two days.
SThe Cuuberhr! -r ot Nashvrille, was rising slowly
1 ssterday, with twenty-eight lncltes oo Haripet
t HT. LOUIs, 17,-Rier sevoerly sationanry at
port of St. Lon:s. rimng past seventy ronvrs or
longer. Abot fet to Ciro, feettC oret to Keokuk,
same to St. Paul. We nma properly remark toatt
err St. Louis parhetrs re going and oonil
throeoh now. u giratly plenaing tile people of the
Uopper Valley. They have contliued entirely free
from cholera and othier silinees. The tolbrrrte
HIera dhn conslantly attempted, ina.tle irtrter,.
of upper Mississippl parties, to injore the arepota
tion and busriness of the St. Louis and St. Paul
packet line, but we are happy to rtate that thc.r·
eIfrto have prred futtile. Tile Nortiern lirle, and
other eoats will ron rhence to St. Paul, in ospite o
Dubuqru seanmers, lies and couliiataoie. The
Illinois is dcidedly low and fallinig. Bad at the
nomuth of BiCr ble ad I.ick Crook. Pre-ume tie
Sehuyter wonld have o crawl a gonod part of thi
way. fNo lchran E ill bnsins. Too, arohnt bir
done is large for the season. A brisk river tarld
is altiiorlerkd. la wr- and others have a 'cady said
a hlodred and ten times.
Thie departures incille thre lMary Forerl ir for
New- Orl au: fills out atvr Cra r. o , -
there this evening. Pilots. Newhouse anl Eihvr.
Tilhe lre steamor JolM Kilgonr leaves at In
S~ 'lck this or vnoonu or Vtcklsburg and Nw :p
leano,
Tie Louisv ile paper~ deny tha tie newa ~earuer r
Dan ahle is to e ' run" by gas. If e nt
master.
"ann be 1 atd to boeoso Plot tiroes nor
The orlors of the steamers laying at the wharf
yesterdray wrc ri-layesd at halr-M.fr- aJ n a s dliht
tokell of respect to the ncnlolr ot rt'-ltarst (
oGreene, who died the night previoous. IWored cri
Srot cepress tri,c fore!iog of Nr. crtec:o. ltredts
Olpis heairing ot his death.
Ieonoro F TFRENTORN aNen OTIOT.--ThIe very
regulear and exeoloent ropular passe gel packet
Id lthoe, Capt. Nick. McLarrerlin cotmmaL r, and
('apt. Sam n .aws-o insthe office, lcaves at.- o'clock
this evening. We cheerfully conlmend the idlahoe
to-day trpassesoers bon-d-up tOuarhita IRiver a
a lirst-tlass packet. rnitlng the qualifications. of
speed, comnfort and safety.
LaFOrRasE, U. S.' MarL PACeKT FOR BAYOU
SaRa.--This fast and splendid U. S. It. packet, in
conmmand of Capt. S. B. Baranco, and SIr. P. T.
Minor in the offiee, leaves at her usonal hour, this
morning, at 10 o'clrck, far the habove and all
coast landings.
Coo. Fort RoD nIveR.--The new, light drnnaugit.
safe and comfoirtable passernger packet Couba,
Capt. W. T. Boardman commander, and Mr. A. J.
Dye. slrk, leaves this evening at 5 o'clocki, for
Shreveport and intermediate landings. The Cuba
has no superior in any particuloar, in th tetole.
LIVE OAK FOR LOWEr Co.AsT.--ThIis fast spler
did U. S. mail passenger packet, Capt. W. S. Bas
oett, commander, with IV. H. II. Brooks in the of
fiee, leaves at 10 A. or.., for all landings on the
coast. The Live Oak has neat and fine aecomluo
dations for passengers, and her tables are al
ways supplied with the best our markets afsbrd.
JUDe FLETCnEr FOR TRENTON AND MINtorOE.
The large, eleganet passenger packet Judge
Fletcher, Capt. John W. Tobin, commander,
and Mr. C. Pres. Work in the office, leaves
at 5 o'clock this evening, for all landings up
to Trenton and tIonroe. The passeiger nccomrn
modations of the Fletcher are equal to any and
sirpassed by none in the trade, and her urbane
and efficient officers spare no pains or expense in
administering to the welfare and comfort of their
guests.
TTrlE TEPIIENS FOR nD R TireR.--The new
and complete light draft packet Mittie Stephens,
Capt. M. Langhorne, commander, andl Mr. M. N.
Carpenter, clerk, leaves at 5 P. as. for Jefferson and
way landings.
LoUIsE FOR MOBII ANeD THE WATERINtO P.LACES.
This new and fino low pressure passenger packet,
in command of Capt. Hopkina, leaves to-day at
12 in., for the above named places, from the
Lake end of the Pontchartrain Railroad. Agent,
I. C. Harris, corner of Camp and Common streets.
MississiPPI-Atldrndianc nd fississippi Stealmship
Company's Mail Paeketfor St. Louis.-The large,
superior and fast passenger packet Mississippi,
Capt. J. Y. Hurd commander, and MIr. Lee A.
Hall, clerk, in the offlce, leaves this evening, at 5
o'clock. for the above, connecting at Memphis
and Cairo with the railroads for all points East
and West. The Mississippi is, in every respect, a
first-class passenger packet, and has moat popular
and genial offitcers. We commend her Ad them
to our friends to-day, and assure travelers that
they willbe welltstken care of on the trip, with
the only regret that they are compelled to leave
so much comfort and the company of clever gen
tlemen.
LIzrn TATE FOR SnnanEPOnT.-This very light
draft and popular passenger packet leaves this
evening at 5 oo lock, for all landings on Red river.
She has comfortable accommodations for passen
gers, and genial officers, and we can assmre our
traveling friend that they will be well cared for
and landed in "good order." Capt. H. L. Lee has
command.
%tarine nttiuigenet.
Cer.ws Orrles, No. s4 oseM Srius,,
Wednesday, August 22, 180.
Caerned Yesterdry.
Steamship Morgan, Lawless, for Galveston,
IC Harris
Steamer Sarah. Blakeslee. for Mobile, Master
Bark Albino, WaeflcBer, for Vigo, for orders,
Creevy, Nickerson &co
Amrived Yesterd .
Br bark Florence Ckipman, Whalen, from Liver
pool, to Ashbridge, Decan &co-Point
STEAMBOATS.
Mississippi, Hard. from St Louis.
Lafoure.e, Baraneo, from Bayou Sara.
Idahoe, McLaughlin, from Ouachita River.
elow-.4.tatur UP.
Schr Empire State, Chesley, 6 days from Galves
ton, m ballast, to Post & Hobby
At Quarantio.
Schr Morris, Fronti, from Havana, 9th inst, to
master
Br brig Sir Robt Peel, Conners, from Havana, to
E Troisgros
Schr Village Gem, - , from Ratan. tolaster
Sebr Mischief. Oliphant, 4 days from Havana, to
S Fernndez--Cargo, 685 bas sugarA Thomp
son &eco-80,000 cigars to order
Br ateamohip Mexico, Pendexter, from Havana,
in ballast
Bark Bronswick, Sylvester, from Havana, to J B
Marison &co
Umus0rt0 Ysterday.
GALVESTON.-teamshin Morgan--450 bbls of
gonr 50 bbls whisky 20 dos brooms 200 ska salt
160 aklm oats 50 aki corn
MOBILE-Steamer Sarah-S0 bbls flour 15 bbls
t whisky .O bblt molasses 6000 sks corn etc
a VI\i' t!;atk AlhiTna 7713 ihds ttlaeo and, oiO
Y. 1 B ray" --~---~ua
munorls 10-terdr..
d I11RI"' rOOL-.r t,;k l'l.ence ('hCpmnan
V.1.;171 acd-c
rs Aec lte of Produlce Yescarfv.
'i" ToUIU .qStnamer ,li*-i·.;. ,i- 77 ohs pota
toc 2 I ls( i 1bl ,,.1.itoi n. e 17 bil)i:, a titeI t I,, i It b;) o ,.
to Geo Martin-te (l brk potat k o 2 b). pp'II . s. toI
ort I.X,,llalaa Iara O--2(I do Ita,, Ib IHnatn.. l tl)It
h1 1 t.1ate- ,1 b liiallpotatn llo .2FI0blp dnr 2. do
it oni,, i Ils, eges F Dell m1dio- 2 sks Io,,tatoe.
r I1 bh -i a1pples ,)a.a4d & In back--. ; .s.i -
toes ti W Blrne--t dl.. 1t 7 tbids potate s t40t bbl,
tpir 5 dop ones t e lt 5-e s Mil.lr & Meier--lo
bilfs potatoes Clarke .co -r1 d", 11,11 & l in dgos-
t15 do 42 tcs la s bb flour ) Il g i arris-St gblu
I pltatoel F C Mahan-loo do E TholmnpsoEl &eo
Ji Pearison &I o W\mlw-21 io T Morcke--) Meld
'b l err-50 Barnea s & I illtlrrs--0 t runlilgton tiros
ti- ll d ,; t bho to I,' 1 slllll lll-lg ' 1 i- cotettlo
sIirteed \t ader -Tta 1er--3 bales .cotton to Lwis ,
1e Cmm;- &Ao---3 Is aratllu l ,rt &l o-'r,
1o A Tl (reetll wood t l lo--t a line la-r ie- hol.
. Ion &io-t Ido larl oll Hoy to-1 dI, Behrnv &co
h a d Jns G on lerTtgal ia t Jl.a1inr--l 3 lo' .. i
I t r i--3 S i Qnrter ater -7 do i.lim led-1 Sea
od 1 bIv 2 lrses . ber -AXtW lteli &o 7<s.eltcsts
(' T rio.ddeike--l tl dl 1(i bblR s ftl.o 2;7 i les oats
bra2 i Ml.earit Maion 17 dea-I rar elli .Po-a
da r a8ta lla ttii Ei, eltia, M. .\y, --( te ii
' I,hl1 flour J H Ogesy &e. .--2lt. do t ; I5)bl.il alto
K't Keep & ('aulfield-2 N bl,l o ilour :I,- 1sk oats t
tS Hn ennedy &co--l15 bhls for rs mae, Mavis &T
Sblrrcll, Gavle &A.o--21 do 0 sks hoton Etloy L ,co
134 bbls fluor 6 bola eggs 2 hIllf-hbl0 che, ,, to,
rove M J Smith &co--35 )kgs mldsoe 14.,.rnv, Blon,
1}' &co-2 bbl, orions 10 hen gslalrd '3 k,',no. ,lter ir
bbls ecgjs Schneide.r & Zubcrbier--l0t; oks (oata to
-butter 2 tls eggs llli Prry--4 tubtl butttTr o1,
Ettll&ll. Tlhomas--t bils egr s 1' S l1,7uchot &co
an sundries to order--Total L1 balcs cotton ,1 hhds to
B.AYOUt SARA--Steamer I.af,3m be--1 hba! of
cit ottou R I, lowcr A Masa-I ska cotton (aew; to,
t'" cotton 3 (;ills &,-o--4 dol Ma.t'I Il: vwth, rn .,:o
th sundries to order--Total Ii bal,- cottua
-t.
Ire Reeelpts by llBtnrlrads,
^0 N. O., J. & G. N. R. R.--Aoq 21--2 bales of
cotton T l& J M Allen--2 do J IR Powell--t; do
Payne, Hluntington &co--2 do Wright, Alien &co--
1il I do 3 J Sm ith &co-- 2 d <u o M I HdIer . ·,'o -17,000
at bco--SLO() do C E Cate &,co-- car cattle Pascal
or Servet-3 mtuhls 2 Calhoun--13 Ibx couper [% l
gcr &co---undrleuato W May--A Erath lt:c--E E
Jt Jordy--Schneider & Zuberiier
N. O., 0. ,l (-. W. R. It.--Aug 21--4 bales
l oe cottou Ben Toledano--22 Imha, moss fy Tete--1I
te bale plimento A (;iunen--30 -k, otnion, to L Terrc
Ibolllne--75l00 shingles , llJt rcau--.ll0 head cattle
WlliI sundries to order
bTl.As1L H1P-.
NEW YORItJ.
F)R NEW YOi)lK DIRhECI'.
NEW FYORK MAIL ,TEA HI'MIIP fl:lW'ANS'. OTAR
LIAE OF TEAYFI!r-'.I
VFogrmm . a .egi 05r 1rm We L
FO[ NEW YORK DIRECT-THE FNIP:
t..l'N...CO ,T.....-7510 tone.... celnnn Con:ma; dal.
,i'IDI ,iN TAA ..... 21 1·, .nn..."Borrn. c!lm-n ader.
liSal4tiS81PPI... * . ... .to .. umlu r, Gomma nrer
PrERRIMACK ..... .21 runp.., .Vale, 1', inn:.d r
IHAVANA . .. . -. i! t :l . F F.F r,.r, ('-.,*a,,md, ,,
MIONTEREY . ..,: ) ,, 4 o .tl,, l ''o ,ý.idso .
ARIPI)I SA ........... i . ll , i-s...I' uik X A I-.-1, ,1r.
I.\TAg.k N.....sb .. ..-l.) tplns .. -. Cpl's m i01r.0
MI SS k' I! ............ 1.D) t,-,... - , Cu ,c:.lýer,
Herrlm Lkk,
Will leave non PATURDAY, A..·It 2r at 7 o,', .k p ,
fron the t:ompany's Wharf, io, o.tr of Jacksoan Squar
Frelghtwdlberecetved by thl! L-le I..un toe Company's
RWaf. at all times during buomen hours, and the rates for
freight and ta rg l wsll be as o a by ny o' her relu'alr
For ..elght or peMsge apply to
J. M, COURTENAY, Agent,
!3 Carondelt atreet. New Orleans.
C K. GARRISON, Pre lyiln,.
10 Pnr- av str e., New Y rk.
LIVI11Mk'OOL.
SfEAM BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS,
Callin at Havana and 1Queenstown to land andembark MaMis
and Passengere: takilng oaton, and slgning hills of alling
here at through rmes of freIght hence to St. Petersburg,
Moscow, Rg Us Hambarg, Bremen, Antwerp, R ett1rdam.
OGthenburg and Havre.
Steerage passenger tickeb are grsantd hereby this line to bring
passengersfrom Liverpool or Queenstos n to New Orleans,
for Jl in currency, per adskt
The final por of destination may be either Ileod onsalgnng
the bills of lading, or declared by the holder of the bill
of lading within twelve hoo. a5ter the steamer's arrival
at Livesrpol thL affording the Importer ts choice of
markets
THE BEITISH AND AMERICA. STEAM
Nadvgation Company Limited, Will disptch tle following fall
powered Iron Screw tSeaships betwee,
LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS DIREOT,
Saling from LIVERPOOL and NEW ORLEANS Monthly
Darlng the Summer:
LOUISIANA ............ 187 toni......P. Ja on, Captan,
MISSISSIPPI............1111 tIom.....J. Capbell, Captl
FLORIDA...............1837 tons......A Fllnn, Captln.
MISSOURI ..............19 ns...... A. H ock, pt
ARKANSAS .............1iM tona......T. Bron, 0aptain.
ALABAMA .......... is. on..1 o..... Wi. L Mene,
GAMBIA .................1601 onls...... Gorabn, Captain..
I CAROLINA..............1641 tons...... J, Hairby, Captalm
BOLIWIA .............. I to...... H. P. P. Conche, Ospt¶
OsEin PMaga toI Ltvepool $1 iold, or its l spllos n.
Forsls of freight apply to
HUNTER, ASBEW A 00.. 410 oradlet etm t
Cosdlgnmes of goods ysl re ully desred to presyst tha10
Bills of Ldlg at the oee, pay their freight, and obtain de
livery ordes for the asme.
BOSTON.
FOR BOSTON-MERCHANT' LINE.
I FOR BOBTON-THE FAST SAILING Al STEAM.
*sip Coneordla,
W. SEARS, Commander,
Is daily sexpeted from Boston, and will have immediate dll
patch on MritL
For freight or psslage, having elegnt eccommodation.,
asoly to CREEVY, NICKERSON & CO.,
35 Carondlelt p'rest.
BRAZOS SANTIAGO.
FOR BROZOS SANTIAGO DIRECT.
MORGAN LINE U. B. MAIL STEAMERS.
Leaves on SATURDAY, 25th inst., at 8 . . ,
OIR BMAZOB bANVTIAOO--TME IBON
loewpressre sidewheel steamer
Austin,
WM. BBRIMGEQUR, Commonder,
Will leave s above, from foot of St. Josepkstreet, car
rylng the U S. mols.
For freight or passage, hving elegant aclcmmodtilonS,
pply to I. C. HARRIS,
Corner Camp and Common streea .
sBOll of Lading signed at the Agenat's ace.
7Coal 011 received in metal packages only.
N. B.-A steamer of thi line will sail abose evere y weys.
The steamship SL Mary will leave to Saturday, September I.
PHILADELPHIA.
IDla.CoT COMMUNICATION
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW ORLEAN.S
Regular steamahlp Lire.
Teb PHILADERLPHI. and BOUTIIERN MAIL STeAM
BSHIP COMPAhY't well know S oeamer Mtsr oflhs
Wllo losn 1202tn re00it. Capt. T. N1 CVIOKSEY, Mtter,
thes ost shlp o tw'., ione,) woH ls.se P)hllds'phla for New
SOrleanto, BSeptesmbr slet, t" la New Orlls on her retu.
tti In 0SA' IRDl yV SPTEMBER 15th.
Freight y d Praage at reasona.,le rftes.
WM. I JAME4, teneral AgeLt,
1UB Walnt street, Phlladslphia
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(*.ALV " ¶TN4()' INI)AN--1N IAN L ..
1)o I GALP 1- ''tN INI TANuLA AND I.AVAA.
MIORAl\N I.1:E UNITED hTAIES' MAI. LSTIEAM .ll'S.
Leaves on OWLN NEI) 4Y, August.., at 8 I. n.
Flcght to Galveston taken at one ha'f of c.rI rates.
Freight for ILvacua dellered at h end of hIp s tacklh, a
FoR AI. LVEWSiTON, INDIANOLA AND LA
1u-ca-ThL log pre:..ure bldewheel iron teaLaltup
Mo.enn,
JOHN Y. LAWIIESS, Comlutnlerlo,
Will h e -hbole, fromnl thie fot if St. Joeph slreet
1 I,"ir t II, A LINa E
I .I 1 . , . All i U, T 1 t
lllN ,,r Ladhx. titu,,d ~\ t Anent . i~lsre.
FOR GA!LVESTUN, INDIANO LA AND LAVACA
MORGAN LINEF
UNITED S liATlS MAIL S'T1EAMS.lIPS.
Le a>n SATiL R) \Y, Aug. ah, at AI, x.
F'-te h f r 1. aacs delier ,I r to o s p' k
FOR GALVESTON. INDIANOLA AND LA
.a,'a-The low prusure s sle w1e- stenwbhip
I. C. Hl-rrl,
WM1 -HEMU ,LOUR, t,,nna uder,
"1,i ie m aloo, frm o ie root of St. Joseph treet.
I. C. IIARRIS, AgMent,
Collner (Camp enlllld (:Ctomau btruet
RBill of lading limned at th Agrent's or l ce.
'fh,,-oe - ' ,,rr t e L. , S, a:.tl., leave pnuctuaa y
l.l: \LVENTO 'N.
ATr.ANTIC ()ST H\1iL ,'Fi;vsilp 4,nI'Ny.
%,T sil un SATI LIDA. Y, _- - t , 1n
FOR G +LIVEiNTON-TIIE NhW Si ENDID
Hapldan,
1O II E1AT 'N, , ImInIder,
ill leave her wharf, foot of , ,, ,I, " rSu r, n,.",,,
Fo It or .Ipassage, haTviig suerIor sttertor acomo
JAS. CONNiI LYA U0 I~I -.lgt., s' Poydras stnrLt.
'lr ie e n yh!p R--,lgh wi , .ll- n the ,lIne bout the 5th
it mpt dlemgr I-,'ulro,
[OIL GALVE.TON AND INSDIAINOLA,
-rut
Fi NEW ORTFOND I.II'TAS AND ,EAT WESTERN
EIIOLlt AD AND ClI.t It''oS iAY.
TLT Traveling l'ublc lare1 i ,rmn,d that thn MTIRIIAN
hlb liig ,a ie .lrll at'tinitpl i vdli wlo ý 'll orlerer rolrr n, e,
l La l nl'll t. i " Irnvid Brahrb:er r cr y yUN' .\ ' and r It: A )'I
Lnn ti L I r i l R I n I iS th ' ocl .ck p.ltll. l e rr trai frm gieI s
Tile raIiroad Ferry Hat Iat a the f t of nL Av Alu et rest
Ther ie A t , 1lk i ur l 7; i l awLig l a Alasm Rh
'1,, ,,Lý ,c f ito Ne ' (9rt+'aný, 4pr) · \·o ,reei lt t l rn 1 r t
: , , W I . ., N . ,
I 11 01311~TTL , V 1 ' .11 , S N V INLIKENN, C1,1f
+; .T lIT OIl, 1A I 11. '11.0 A
TETAT MAIL TEAME
MCBIL .y.
LeaveIII 1,0IICTOISPA V, 1 - .10 , at I e. , 1 ru1 m
F~loB MOBILE, .'E 1M.AL )','ER\!FRI, VE
[ : , ". 1 . l ,r t" frdiip e la olin, .ll as la amas fllr-
T'l, l L Te A \u, i . , liT
O T 0,l tny Iir N 0 o. A, ol
IS.IIA' I LITTIE, M,--te. T .\MT 3LLI.. N, Clerk,
Will leave as bo, v i l( tiira. llr pi, iID r Ind olw ' ...... II
, . , i i a ier wish apr , : i
For freight or pradS t apply r ip nrd, o be mr to
HI. D. JRRIT , Aglit,I I.a i,,r-i: t
NS - 'l ,,, r , PW, N,, 3 ~ :ee' s r,,, t r -,u! ub
1 %1, ,l A: , ithe t lit dlraft l ,l.,1 T ,-1 ft, Ai !,-ir,,i
SEA HOREN LINE
UNITED STATES MAIlL STEAMERS.
OR TIERE PLAC.-TEIB P.LOUTS, PAS
S Lr ui.a1. CMhi ssii.tinu nd ia I5 .0 --The O p ,
irnu lux.uoea dure ftetu or
A. L. MIERSN, o"-mInter,
Will make rteb nar tinps for the a b.s e place. as elinw,:
MT EHNDAY, , crrivn uf''A. x. Ptraih, 'atc.r tR TR. R
TEL'UDAVS....ST'1clok0. 5
TIHURSDAYSS o'clok:.r
SATURDAYS. 2 .lk ..
Rtiu T Iog, n i[ ll .lel, ~ e1 C lrn ig t5lltl , l k,,
1. C. DARRIS, Agent,
Corne Mr Cmp and Common streOts
SEA BHORE LINE,
WA TERINO PLACES--BAY ST. LOUIS, PASS
ChabNsto. M~sissippS CidyT Bloxl and Ocsan Smprnge,
The peleaut and vOry fast low pressur sIteam.r
Camellu,
WEN . CZZENS, Master,.
Will hereafter contlnuo her tripe as follows:
MONDAYS. 7D o'cloek i. I. Pontcarorain R. R. Train.
TUESDAYLb ....9o'lock A. L .. ..
y THUSDAY HoI DOS Sp9y o'wk.din.. ..
SATURD SATURDAY YS . . 2 o o'h.r S
tr.nm, rill leas e on l IdI
O MONDAY EVEINGO PLAC -THE
Plnrae
The above trips nd deprtre wiCHAR ll be regularly mads, on
laN prevented by bad weather or low water.
On SATURDAY, poitively no fireght will be received after
12 o'clock r. train
For further information apply to
F LEAR T PWA I BN PLAE ,
tran oalrdad Cranorrondelet nd way nd; ea
every THUSBDAY for Ooean Spring. and wayl dlndlg;
and every SATURDAY at 4 F. St Pontchartraln BRalroad
train, for Pascagourl and all lending.
FO8 THE wATERING PJLAET -TE
Splendid low pressure penger steamer
oomru of Gr~rter an+. COrondlet trast
FORT JACRSON.
U. S. MAIL PACKET-TWIUS A WEEK.
Leaven e.try WEDNESDAYTnd SATURDAY, at 10 a. I
ReIturig, evry MONDA1nd THURSDA Y.
FO TORT JACKSON, ST. PHIIP. POINTE- B
g nla-Hacbol , a nd all Iy ]n dlngv-Tho splendlid passers R'
gar steamerr Live O1·1, W. S.. Bassett masterr W. Hi. H..
grl,_ks, clerk, will leave es bovo, 10
TITUII k OWAITNIY. N.. 3 Teho pt.to.1. stree 1t
ON VIRAINIUS C. DENTZEL. Adv..tl.,ing Agent
A PHYAIOLOQICAL
VIEW OF MARRIAGE,
,r.
Conttinlig nearly 9M pt... aod IN) Do. PIi. ..d En
ma.I gm.tg of the Anatomy of the Haman Og.ns I. aIst.tt of J
Health and Dl...e, tith . trtle. on Eaoly Btor., it. De
4 an
plonblI.Coneoeqo..t. upon the Mind aod Body, Ilth the At- "
tbor'.Plan otfTretmet-the only rationa Iad suocssfu I9
,k. mood of cre, . .show by the repor t o,.aes Ntreste. A
trI ittihl advLt,, to the mtrri.dd.nd thote cottetmp ti. g to
ring., who oiertain doubts of their physical touodjlion. BSte
_ ha of ostage to any ·ddrees, on receipt of 76 ewlt· I. stamps
or postage otro.q, by addreslsn
DL LA. O'AOIX.
No. S1 Maistn Lam,, Aib..y, N. T.
The author may be onsulted upon say V.1 the diseases upon
which hit book trPol, eithoer peo..opt, by .osiI, aod m.lI
doest eto 1 y part of tht oold.
M.. TO SIIPPEUS TO MEXICO.
te EL IUSTOtO ....... BRILLIINTr.....EL RUSTEOSO
taw 1000 Cases DeNO.'a ,s Brllulet" Cost 011,
IN BOND, KOLORIEON AND ODORLESS,
For sale by WOLF * PRETTO,
" SC3oCmp lstrL
S "srTEA 4() l AM'rs.
ATLANTIC AND A'MI,'IINIIPI h'ihAxIhII Ii GMrso NY,
CARSTINI THE UNIPED STATES MAllS,
FOR 'VIKSS1 (, AII ,IIII ,I, CAIRO AND
ST. LOUIN
One of the following Iret .i~ux PaeenO er s.tennIer will
leav a - *ab old - r 1 il S1 l IL.e1d111e b i,, h\, HKR
EYENINS at 5 'sk, fron Rn C-onp k''. ioLorf, loos of
lht.-,n e trot:
Rluth., Ldy Eny,
W'. l. Arthurl.-, Slv Irsrnth.
Paullne L'orroll., MlIm.tppt,
Atlantic., Mollie A le,
Jdulli. C'ontlnenil,
LJumlnary, Mory E. Forelth,
J. (. Nron,, Edwalrd Wolelh.
The ablve lhotI bre reently been thorougIl ly rlubttd, and
ar - Incqul led for .ped , I i s i,,rt L) -ky . IaO.
Pla'In uof t: ca.P- cI: by been ,Id t.iel t ool ms a,-ured at the
Compal.? a utiieJ, No. 101 ,m mon street, oppor.'t1 5'd l0t1l
JOSEl'll BROWN, Presidnt.
JNo N.. N BOFIN.GIII, Hluplerltendent.
I1NO1. F. E',,OLAS, A ,nr. 1 t1 (l-,ll,,,,,, 0 ,
'. S. MAIL AND TEtIE. R.\l I'I Al KI:T.
ATLANTISC AND MIISSISSIII' lI STlEAM :;11' ClIOMlPANY.
Leoes o0n WEDNI'ESDAY, Aug 2l, ,lt 5 i. .
IJJ5O NJ.l. I S S "l. 5 I( O t'I I S NI Ell-ilil, ' VI''K .
wlh' .ip plI 1 h. If rl , r:l, r r,ot h I't ) r t'ýýn r io, .vrl (lj / e,
1.11. L' I LAUi t S, A lxot lot€',,,mwl n ,lreet,
_- . 1 HAIL L.INE _ -
ATLANTII AND MSSISSI I'PI SEAM SllII' COMPANY,
f .') . os 11 n ' 'I(1'I35 I"+I' 2.d EIIt LlS, I. Il.
LO5R N'1'. l.O'I, ,01110. NREIIIR VIKfl
D ('ll , tl l . HI[,0~IE N.l d I I' xlli rtlte rid a ro u¢I;"
The new alnd el hd . llel t r nth tir Itl j t l ltl.1
k'x J..,udl .l.tterl l, l.lkl r ah l. llenp n tIc P",,,, , , , ,,
N'UlLAbIND IIl 1I\ lERT'IEND11PACKET
a .I ,,a bord,,rt, J11101N1 ' . DP,'UI L. 5 AgI, tI l
!LAliBs ElRIY ALTRNAT'E WELDLbDAI AND
I'ATC Lt: 1Y.
e.JeFSS In W EDNSýJAEY, 224i illE M 5 rp PP
S itO M SIINIE E. OEIP EN D-tIANI I 1 V, ( 1
S,,I ; ,1 r .
I t ', l I T".n y l Indlh -N-'l f lI w- S'. l ,i ,, int
IR'O. ",ner ('Wl N i' 71,51 0 ,n 1 n05 .:I I-RE . r W J R
.' ,,ddld:, .. ,, , t l , r
l , S." 1 5 II" ., " 1,J ., y 1, 11rth
I-uERd., Se t, PTIEOr L i Sat'tIl.,), N , n r :ET
L At "h . 'l , p , ge a gti? ,u 'Lv rd , .r t,,
JE R l A . Sl l ' DB I ', IY.LA Ad.1ll)lli, Agent.
Leav es In WEDNESDAY. 22d iur:,t 5 v x.
IIt-l er ll TTI l: UE HI'EII .--M. 1.AI I(O1, ItNE, 5 at'r.
1oll I.F.'VIItlOfg h (tleI'OT ( HANI
li nrc.r St H. :n r,, " . 't.il % \!,"xa ,li:ria Nr, i.lnln', Snr'll,'e
JtOeuHr wlii iIe I.. 7 nbuve, tvr Ir:,.tt ur WORKge nyply vr
b o, rd,,r rt p
N rN o. I)ONOHNR-. 2Tehloupltoul*nrstreet
'If'f i . &G Alt'rhE , J lhI.llepltoulxl l ,rPet
VIIU INI'. t'. DI. NTZ1.L. A erta -Io Age ,
f I.envei ,~n \ E )NI,2SI)AY, .',J ilt . t.11 5 l'
J- ",r *,,, b e e,,,t. G:r.,and Jl:rlri A ie la,.Jrln *.orII .'.
11r~ H rb l, i il, a r ,eil t· . e Ion ;I%.+ u o i: ftler-1I.,
JtULA F. F', LL l.A.l-, l.;,or, T
V I ., AdCTIr"",n.."t A
Il . . tf[ ; i. , p*.....1 i. I: 1)1'5i1., 1:- 1 -, . },I: .I ult
,II I #3(], S:' S 13 R l AAAr'A;Lrr IL. . , ,
.11,1)11e Flete.I .r,
REGULARI WEELY: I. O,'A TA PACKET.
lAEENVIIEC, 011 El, 0atl NA'AlILL AND N. 0J.
REUiWLAR TUI [RSDAY U. B MAIL PACKET.
Le...- EIERE TIIUR'IIDA a 5 'ae ,l .weral n
1'il 1 RSDAY. 13t I, , tpt l, t r
FO1 * 5,FNV111,T,,: LAND LAKE~ 'RIlc E.
ti Of,..". Cne 1'...,; -,.rtA. (R ,,lS, ýu..s, .ý
Gen. J.,. A. (Illllmnn,
I'J 1. WHITE, I.,1,,,
;rave asý al, Rbie.
Tl+ fie;,'a + p:,ra hutlll . r..ll;.1 lhal ad ummode
)iuuY, upply uaalDloal, r t
(iF(H. luITE. Ageln. 5Ll Oraier street.
tcd; itta l ;,d tu'Ii, n ,-lt, ,t nhu al. , ands .-A, it il is ue ur llp edl
VIKSEBURO NATI) ILT AND NEW ORLEANS AEGU
LAbR 'UESIDAN . S. NIAIL PACKET.
LeRR,. every TUESDAY. at I,. r.
Attenlding to all ulan. a) of atealer General Quitmfa.)
JN51 VICrSTIL O, NATHIIEZ, GRAND EULEF
R aodasp, Fort AiaS., Bayau aAsa,, Ror[ Rudaon, Balton
Roauge, YPIqlaaalag Daonaldaauaill,, Rad all intermdliate maMe
Rnd pIRRntaIRl Inadil'g-ThE mlagnifleat plassager packt
Grey EBtrlc,
J. 5. WHITE, ERstr.
will leave s above. TA, OGry Engle will IRE, Freight and
ErIreuSern for RamphLa and R he hIao 11, th pTi llalfR of raf
,Kippiat on thA steamer ess Are. Iad far Ysaa. Rier, *ith
Il, ,ir ARegs of reabylllng ollnaa atestaamer llE R ma. A. For
ulatlrt, speed Rnn-RRSI, tll bnt iD Ia-apsa.,d, and Ker
table iA Rappled awith the best the maRlkIet ;ords.
For Lu)armRARn RAI"arIe to Yaaoo River fraelgt, apply on
hoardor to
GEO. 0. RITE, 5A Gravler street
TITER A )IWRRTNEY, S TalhonatoulaslML
TIRAINICA I. DENTZEL. AdverLataing AgnR
LEAVER EVERY FRIDAY AT N 1P M1, COMMENSYING
Sridyd. leptember 11, at 5 r. r
EGG8 PORT,:I VK R SURG. NATCIIREZ ANDSIEW
IlUrleana regulrr Friday pack~t 1Yrrreltu, T. P' Leeth
ors master, will leave s chrn fua ERg YFal), Ibald Lke,.
Flrincetlo, AsEhtonI, akipwltE Provluearaa, llndrlth'aES ELaS
Ig. ailika'a Send, V.casbarg, Natcheza, IGrnd .anlf, Rodnaey
EL Josaeph. Waterproof' Frt Adama, Rayou Sure. Batoa
Bange, Io..lda,,all.n Rlld 1 Intoa .iata landings.
ThR ,_llal)r MBafoln wd1l tIRke frlgllt Sla pas~asngi for
Aaao oI S,-, with PrlvlI.5a f rflIIEbIy at VlkaRAA.
Fur relghlralalp aaIgeapply on bard. to
RINSIPTa ADANI, 4ý UR GmmRrils Pl.,
YICKSBURRI AND WATCHER PACKET FASHION.
eesa every BATURDUAF at IR. L
FO$ DO a LVDy NVILLa , PLAQSEEBrBE,
Port HudsaR Baola Houah, Bayou Bera, ERKAd.Ma, NaR.
a]ew, Wslarpr~aSt. JuLaeph, HoaA , ranadDln;fW.RsRntoR.
N,. Cariaae nad Vlacbeurg-'Tha laatIfIaaRt pE.aasnlsr
steamsr Frrlh. IP. D. Prlat, mesats, E LRaSEsr)nd F. L
K. EsdwiRsen eleris,.wilI Iavae u aboR,. Pox freight or DaP
.ag. apply to board, or to JAR IRUT4ER REDO.,
iS all 17 Fulton and 17 and 19 New Leave streel
VIRIINI]R Ii. ENTZEL-. daallvasin ApgeIt
- ELOUR3A ..
Leave. Esvse IATURDAY, S.t A o 'clc r. r.
1101 SPESELUSARo?`W.".WARRI.NISON PORT EARRE.
1' rmnoaR ugala Slala, and aIl intarmas4ntr aIdla
Bayaa CbI.dKSblR, 17 AIIenIax and NiaS'Slnppl .sR -TEs
Roe, ltbl-daauaaaSSSlR S 'aSR (lSrs, I. C. Pickett
RRIDsI, J. B. ashmac y will IlrSu s Eaao. RIRRtaIRK.
WRll laala ave 15 WESRr V DAY MORNING, ,5
lao'alok. Patlcnlr attentlao pp d to cast bEll,,",. Pae
frsigha or pSsafepplplR u board,'aaot oft 1 out% R tret
YRRINII l. DENTZEL. Advertising Agent.
BAYOU 3ARAA.
REGULAR U. S. MAIL PACKIET-TWICE A WEAL
FOBS TOII BAB, PORT -M" HU , BATON
maetei, Haven w rl an erreglarly everaJcryVDNSA
aR IRA. ,r., and SATURDA'LY at. r.
Returning, leaves Bayou Sara very S U NDAY, t r. K and
1 IBHUIA AX a 5 P r. comig dan the Comet i da'jD gEL
VIROSNIUS C. DBNTELAAdrvrtising ARSRL
BREGULAR BAYOU SARA PACKET.
STEAMER NINA RIMSSIE-OW. R. (REATHOUSE, Meow
STREILEE and MILLER CI,1R.
L.aa.e.suyMONDAY at 5. K., and iRIDaPAY SsAua
aI ORC BiAYOU SARA PORT HUDSON, BATOII
l1''RR Plga, PSgamlga t,Daa.nAlel and Rll IS"U
SIBAISS, Iadlans on the coIt, taking NSlgI, for aIl ISSHSp
or a Bau LIAaorch,. PFa r rE1ght or pSansR apply a Eo
TITUS a OWKSTKEYAnsS No.STchEIpltRIIaS
VIROINIEB C. DBYRIIEL.AIESrtRiSBAEsIAr.L
1' LAFOURCHIE.
- REGULAR CORT AEND BAYOU IS.FOOSRSR5 PRIKER
LN.a 515v5r MONDAY, at 5 e. r., and THURSDAY.
at 5v. l
ESReamer POIHRA-U 0. TEJRESOWNY. 55-RIr.
OIL Y ·FH DODANYXI VI.LfL Pa.INTEDIJRT.
F, Nilkl apaelonrlllDaonldsonvills. andall HItrmedtat·
tweet IandiuaeW Will leave regulary as above.
The Boaaor will give pSIllla aIIentioR to caRt
SRIghEaodpssFEeo. For neigslh[ or pasan· apply an board.
P. .-ShipUa i. aIs s SE. are roe ribisfor tRe pay-sr]
RI Due gbt. YI.3IIWJU 5. DMNTXJRA 15555555] ABSS

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