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New Orleans daily crescent. [volume] ([New Orleans, La.]) 1851-1866, August 30, 1866, Morning, Image 8

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jihhcftV sot of conceit with
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slll I`a bsThrdntm o the
.l1* of ;he buwearks is as
t frm ensd to end.
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tlie ahot marka Hi' her
to se what little damage
_Ikjpoo·Saay that abls has
lnstsh ot, had made
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wanp".,ngonnthe edge,
elight ydntarted. Ma
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hiiuihewaengaed wtth
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stae l e di Portogell Io ve
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thtile top, wouldl he untenabie poet tn n aval C- s
gagement p , woi ulnl he ettapsed to the sohat of t
the enemy's nlnnes v the toipe.
T.llis failt. wa, hoaucer," o' o noonsegoenc nl,
her attack lupon the frtl, uand she ot-k i t pnrt inI
the sea tIght.. She arrits no guitnPuondeck, and
the cdt.n ist, therefort the on!ly er.o4 exPose I
to flre. t'Upon tti below I fotatd twnht somer
of ourwntrofun-clads have been eallotd--t perfeet
Bhxorguatn The portho lh~I'e)tb, ly eitlt fent
asunder, Qwhth it noDn elry'' t s'l lk let fu the
prolper workigof ne. The total length 0f thu
isn ot fei t' fieer tmamnt fu onsists of
fet e adee ýJtlt ste"el breechete,
an pP t~ins oyt ftta ofe '2t
purat rea t a t uodr1 t
tests eTs an
not a single . eaandhourt
fensal., atL" ea of one of
a h -u e , fOgtente of
t ija hiesltera. ohvatotlbats kolhatwa
$. a uS ota epin
t.-4 pyl jahmes" iwrtetght. I
4 at theoeW IIWWItooventenced by
oke of their owa1s but that the smoke
Ew ior b v L ncbs ee, ad
'3 pAi~er bf thirsts
thabts esoa etaf burst at the edge e 1of
it tlted thlet Lat part of the sohip,
sand xemler e~ilt
ae1rftstomte minutes. ernia o e o
dalbia e.r -:laewn :"ats pieces, and curiously
en5 p,. op.,of htap thellp.. d.eploded ju.tt under
I the lower en of one of the tavats, blowming it to
Sonataflt. Itohdht'it ..fairly into the sir. It fell
I into tae water and waleatt. Bix of the portshut
ta tswere shot away dl utp the engasgemeiA.
The engines were efppiled by'the French- house
awho boiulste ship they were tof 480 horue power,
ad av t a on, a, indeed, they well
may for the Formidabile end her sister ship, to
e of tihd lortnem and width, are by far the,
fastestmhipaln the Italian navy, steamingtwetve
Sknots anhour, and are capable of going thirteen
upon an emergepey. The eonsumptlon of coal is
a little over two tons an . hour, aend steaming at
I- twelve knots an hour theynarry coal sufficient for
t six days, butt oteamtiogt eight knots, the rate of
Sthe rest of the fleet, the coal will last for twetve
Sdays. The Formidabile and Teribile are entirely
iron tesmels,wherea the Re d'Italia and le di Por
Siethlotre wooden ones.
r 'heir armor consists ofo f four half Inch platel
Swithl a foot of wooden.backlg, and an Internal
Ssin ofel inoh iron. .With sthe exception of the
to number and closenesa to eah other of the port
s holes, thelFormidabile and Terrible have.ebut one
pe sorlous defect, and ithi0 is the nearness of the
dt pertholes .o the water's edge. 'fle weills of the
- portholes are not, more tmn four and a half to
tfive feet above the water line, which in any
05 thing like roangh°wedrthei'*hoteodeender it sm
5 ppsmhle for thoet to ns .their gotns. Of course
.i.the looiallsrtttieey stll waters-of the'Mediter
re ranea and Adriatic lie 'defect is of less conse
o t qaoste, but It'woald "be aon inouparable, objec
a ion to shaips intendedl to navigate the rough
I watrs of the Atlantic.
On a day wheno they were'able to weo their
unnsi consider either.atf them to bhfully a match
for the Re diPortogllo, Ilthouegh that ship car
th rtens heavier metal and Is near four times theirt
y onnage ht, the adr tfiUtage , to my mind, more
-m hopgterYtaifed°!` "il en opep lor speed,
t tlbt iadd i n tnrnng,:owlug in their hohrt
squat shape, the poesaioof a r , and the ad
isvante of pperfectly p er6tefd rudder possestsed
der FOnebe.n ¥ a Terrible.
x" " shpth oseson fo en adth d
, rlaaita ena I arket.
(.,uao5 oyrea, Ko Di Oim. saiai,
SWednesoar UrlaeA. Aset. 1800.
There iaknoNrvsfatib oft By "id to report in
novemeat in financial circles. Offerings of
Gbidlhave been veryitgt, and the suipply of ;01
ver has been too small to admlt of san he.vy
" io ~.Tfi ' cbti sal s lidehct e "$5,000, by
one party, at4l1t[,; l8,000,%.jthe same, at 143l ;
and ilnver at '22fbl " f ,n.ilth.Edaav!ed
iquiryfo~l t&a ý,.t rates of lU
e 1a heop miasi~tinod. The
sales Included £O0adan k000 Clear Bills at 151;
£200ooo, £2500 and 50oo0 o. a glflg; zgaO d
, at *2j, 9d,, 30A baOl. er
to 30,000 CommsaeOl :ail = 24.7f. We quote tha
t i e00tgiib nf ntflVOs a blsloes )dsS Hank
Sterling .154i5.6; Clear"Bills [email protected], Bill of
Sah 3IMaoaltlom . Bank ranos 3.0t 28462}f.,
and oi.trppiypptae, 754gg,7L .
Dosnsreoc Excanuaeo.-There has been a barely
anderatedenland for Desestic Ekchange to-day.
The banks de'~w upon'ebh soiptit to the extent of
their -credits, and the purchases by banks and
brokers have been restricted to the" subjuied
.amoaptSa yt: .$2,000 at k; $10,000 and 825,000
Newrorkeoight, and $209000, and $30,000 Boston
lltt isýt ·.l, dncaoupt; $15,000 ten+ ay' sight
a* Il,00 ffteen days' sght it d, ada d 00o do.
atthe same figre. We now quote New York
sight [email protected] andd } oceh*$.'dt outst, anfitutdoor
slllh at W 1 tent. discount.
ioelrg Nraf aao Saceunasse-We- have.
no variation whatever to refer to in the former
todLsy;laO~adpealtfofe. the latter have been
oflnedoto`0 Cre9gdnt,City bank stock at 41,
200 do. aYo.ooi 'lsilroad dQompany at $8}, e do.
16I3 at'53,$4 edo. Btink of oew Orleagsat
50 di0 . Louoianaa Stato Bank at 20 The
B geilf Brokerslave .aadq.a.eiosiderpnle die
tae r movement in the
clueatllz serap o[18 .......... ........ ..
son0 el rer ia . f itli..t;.i,.... : 77
_ ha to 0 lot e lroad .oc ............... 00!i
25 . O l'qty rairoad ..................... ..... 19
.o .. o n d ...................... a
UO a- .... .. .. ..... . ....
BrtsmnL Dnwr asPi.-eW h acel• ag aln det, ob
lseogoste o u flnaninl and commeriol frl.nds
ot'l eleo .a, b4*h vl have permiuseon to
NSw on,'a-As 2t...]@otd opened at 140k.
Cotton nominally toiter. Quotations 312 35a.
NeVIttork, At.i 20;I· a. g . ".ol'.w4. Cotton
-.d n. nnomtn at ti5. Qperatioat almost
ssaped ed.
oreased Ion. r llp a the o etter grades,
tiond ene pravioushotatihnn. The sales to-day
to an do(tQ jaela, fsallde r aong
tH*C+tBar uail·er Coberuymuch
As AND froQletaa h~le . erood of at a reta
six buyer, tfhi e +is tra ket elded lit it onlaest
* Jfei, 'hwri.b twl felrlows, via: or
saaaP ( U e.;o.o8d Uslnuy 1l081e., low mid.
diung 33204ea., eat mnadlih 3a360e. Advioes
sph.o a North and from Srbisdp Contlnne nafs.
hibl, bl^etIoeaee osloe "htbow, sanhguie in
vIe+W-lf$t. elllIeolbna the groWjng erep, caoused
by the army worm, and to the numerous other
eontihieassei to which the stnple sa bjeeted late
io the doasbos
5V1S pello b0 eOWOtaB
T..a.....a.... .....he .......76,ienloo
. I....m.o........................-.. t
els·i "s a e5ob ItarOs aaesoud-........ 106.06
Tle lportqr are xonalsively for Liverpooel
.ooan AN Sots.wos-There has been no re
lp `lceeaiteriay. The market.sill contlnues
ver tiOlit, aid lid e only sllos are 60 hhid. of fair
Cba oa private terms. l on i quoted at 12®@12.
Tlpereallt tt*0eehs 'ialltlimited at 15, 10
*16Iq.fte odso.n.o hoice, sad ltl7; forpellow
and whlit elarifed. re rhasl been nothing done
in Vloewees'blt l held at tI0eI . by olr cargo,
and 6l®so ~tr gallon by retfer.
Toatoeo-raIyor have again been looking
aUao4 both for fonelgn and on private account,
iad naleawere mad ofaal mixed.oet of O hhds.
prlose which have not been made kpown.
-terdaynot previonly reported,theoe were ales
of'hhes. of low lgs pon pnrvate terms. Flie.
t~i l .isver, are qnlte irm In their prices at S3
IJ . for low refused light; jetc. for heavy
d.i.l6e.oYtw gosod do.; 810e.for common leaf;
ISle. for fair do.; 14.10. for good do.; [email protected]
46 fofir do.; and 20012e. for choice lections.
Lotsfor haling perposa are held at 20325c. per
Poa.-The market today has been vry quiet,
and prices are mte ulnsteady. with a downward
tcedoeny. Sa!es comprise 12005 blh., qf which 50
choice faily :1t 513., 100 double extra at $13 37},
100 do. at $13 25, 50 Jo. at $13. 100 good extta at cl
$12 33, 100 do. at $12 30,0510 and 50 do. at $12,
130 at $12 25, 100, on its merits, at $10,100 very
choice superfine at $10, 100 snperthie at $D 73,
and 1)00 do. at $1i9 50 bbl.
Coax-eWe have no change .Whatever to notice cl
in this article. The demand is limited and supply
fair. Ealts to-day embrace 5900 ocksa in lot, as
follows, via.: 1350, 400;96, and 200 white at 'Sc.. tl
1000 .do. at 8-4., 1009 yellow mixed on private b
terms, and 500 do. at l75. b bushel.
OAtS-Are In very limited Remand, and prices
are still rdtibg in faior" of'buyers, and in soiad
instances sales were made at a decline of 2c. 0 I
bi~shel on yesterday's quotations. Sales to-day
comprise 2100 sacks, of which 689, 400 and 259 at
450., 450 at 430., and 300 poor 4ct49o. IF bushel.
aBar--Continues very quiet, but unchanged. 1
Sales to-day embrace 600 and 40) sacks at $10 10
100 bms.
HaY-,-la.in fair supply, with a very limited
demand, but prices are firm with an upward
tendency. There-were ,ales to-day of 250 balba
prime Ohio river attl26 ~ton. It is selling by the
jobbing lot at [email protected] 4 ton.
Poen-We have no quotable hbafige to nstice
in this article, altheogh prices are somewhat
weaker. There were, however. sales to-day of
r ¢0, 50 and 50 bb1s. at at$36 25 bbl. It is retailing
at $36 25 4 bbl.
BAco.--The market to-day has been very quiet,
and we have no sales of any magnitude to report,
but a moderate retail butiness has been doing at
18jfiiA9c. for shoulders, 21k122c. for ribbed sides,
21c. for clear ribbed. [email protected] for clear sides
and 260127fe . 9511. for sugar-cured hams.
LA.n-The demand for this article is entirely of
a retail character at [email protected] for prime in tiercei,
and [email protected] R lb. for kegs. There have been
no sales of any magnitude to-day.
WHIsaY--Has been very dull throughout, and
we have not heard of any sales of any magnitude;
prices, however, remain unchanged at 2 201$2 25
for good western rectified.
S IN.nr BAooaao-Continues in very active retail
at demand, and prices are still very firm at 39c. $1
i. yard in rolls and 410. ¶ yard in bales. There
le were sales to-day of 75 bales at 400. per yard.
10 lia Rortl-Is in fair demand at 1iSc. for
50 round lots, and 19c. ¶ lb. for retail lots.
Gmtor BAas-Are in fair demand but light
a- supply. Dealers are obtaining 31c. apiece for
se jobbing lots.
Cr Lana OIL-Is in limited supply witha fair de
c. mand and prices are firm at $1 8001 90 per
th gallon.
SBan CAsDL-afs-Are in moderate supply and
ic demand at 200. for 12 oz., 21e. for 13 oz., 22c. for
- 14 oz., and 25c. for fll weight.
ir SlT--Is in fair supply and demand, and prices
re are' firm at $21$2 15 for Liverpool coarse, and
$2 05$02 20c. for fine, from store. $1 80c. has
- been offered and refused for lota of Liverpool
)d coarse.
SNDRIES--Eggs are selling at $32 25 bbl., Po
tatoes at $1 [email protected]$2V bbl., Onions at $4 25(..1 50
¶0 bbl., Apples at $3 [email protected] 50 4" bbl., and
Chickens at [email protected]$13 19 dozen for old, and [email protected]
$5 for young.
in -NAVAL SToRs--Rosin is very scarce and in re
of quest, and prices are firmat $2 [email protected]$2 50 for com
I- ait.f.f~ffor No. 2, and $7'1 bbl. foarNo.1.. Pitch
ry is selling at $3 " bbl. Tar at $2 60, and Spirits of
sy Turpentine at [email protected] fl gallon.
W; ooL--Is in fair supply buti dull at 14t017i for
of berry, 18020c. for inferior, atd 23325e. for
ro wished.
, Hors--Are scake gn4 ull at [email protected] for Be+
d gian, and 5c. "46lbr Amayican,
fa.lt-Ias n lijgie spply,l bautdull at $1 8 fdr
SWesternand $1 [email protected] for Canada.
l0t irrs.antnD Ca.ser-Good Western and North
t ea Butter is scarce with a good retail demand,
I a t25 .0d.' for common Western, '[email protected] for
td prime do. and [email protected] perlfarNorthi.n. Strictly
iC hpige iq heldat .La8c per i. Cheese is quiet at
td [email protected] for Western and 21c. per b. for English
a Dai6J lots.
sk COFFE--'he supply In first hands is light, with
of a fair demand at [email protected] 45 1b. for ordinary to
f., prme in currency.
FatonTes-The rate by steamer to Liverpool is
ly $d. foeid otton, at which figure the Fire Queen is
y. now loading, Rate by sail to Liverpool is [email protected]
of 9,164. 4 lb, and to Havre lic. 4 b for cotton.
td By steamer to New York and Boston it is }rc..
ad 1b, and by sail [email protected] lb for cotton.
t0 -- --
Cartstl. mes.
Jurs·auow CO, Aus . S 6.
Arrived yesterday-498 Texas Beeves and 181
Calves and Yearlings. Sold--465 Texas Beeves,
60 Calves and Yearlings and 17 Hogs. Stock on
sale-994 Texas Beeves, 1084,Calvesand Yearlmgs,
95 Hogs, 3897 Sheep and 21 Milch Cows. We
quote :
1Wost6.55a551t, sd Ity,31 heal .................. we
TCs A U M Ue.. .. ..............
s , . .................. -
Tsn.Shssp., knad .tyi ....... . a1 sin00
Sinct 5 p s sr........e .... . 1 sew
Thae Ctom waless. ............. : .......
Ysarti . s he s d r........ .......... a........ R
I .aheepi wead s.................... .... , s2
Cheins to uitter at.... oher... an 800the
Osaeet 'F s r..... , PO. 9. ca.. Se... l 9
... Thuesdiay Sslosals AeustS 25. s8 s. I
Since po Jatnrepsort we have been visited with
two refreshing showers of rain. On Tuesday night
the storm wao accompanied with thunder and
lightning. oesterday n opened warm and sultry.
In the evening we had a splendid shower, which
helped to parify the atmosphere and clean the
streets.
Business on the leading was brisk, and the La
fourche for Bayou Sara, Fletcher snd Idahoe for
Ouaeihita, Son.ra aud.t addo for Red River, and
Luminary fo, St. Loeis, lettcwMh fair trips. The
Rid Rier packetH. 4, Hgmeger, eqbjq to
leave yesterday, as assnena.ced, d itecount of
same ne esmsry repairs. She wiel continue to re
ceive asGl leame poastiyoly to-morrw evening,
Captain B. Sinnott is in comnmad, and Messrs.
alimes, Armor and Stewart are the clerks of the
Homeyer.
By a telegram, reelved yesterday, we learn
that the Carrie Poole, Capt. Jas. T. Mnre,ha&
passed Baton Rouge bound down. She will be
receiving to.day, to leave again for Bed River on
Saturday.
The Bayou Sara packet St. Nicholas, having
undergone a thorough overhauling and repainting,
will leaBe gn her first trip on Saturday, 8thinst.
She will resume her old days of departure, leasing
here every Wednesday at 10 a. a., and Saturday
at 5 P. x. Capt. S. Heno will be in command, and
Mr. J. 0. Libano, as of yore, officiates in the
office.
She fast W. R. Arthur, Capt. H. G. Carson, will
be in port to-day to leave again for Memphis,
Caire and St. Louis on Saturday. Mr. Ben A.
Conger Je., the clerk of. thi packet, having gone
on a pleasure trip, Mr. J. H. Langwell officiates in
his place.
We return are thanks for favors to the officers
of steamers W. H. Osborn, Olive Branch, Alex.
Speer; They are receiving to leave on their re
turn trips this evenaig.
AlslROaauensa .-Steamer Olive Branch left Aug.
21st. Bosts in port for NewOrleans : Lisaie Gill,
Virginia and Commonwealth. Aug. 22d., met W.
R. Author at Tower Island, Julia at Dog Tooth
Bend. Aug. 24th, Lady Gay at Island Seventy-six.
Aug. 27th, Davkt White, lying at Paspan Island,
waitingfor daylight. Aug. 28th, Henry Ames at
Hurrican Island. M. E. Forsyth at Cowpen Point,
J. N. Kellogg at Natchez. Aug. 29th Ruth at
Tuniea.
CLIprpras FaOM en .anHuxAas3.
ST. Louns, August 26.-The weather yesterday
was clear, soot and very pleasant.
Bcsnyssa Mavusa.-Ther was considerable
I activity on the levee yesterday, an there alhaat
always is aon Satrda . Shipperswers anxious to
clear up all the freight on hand, nd al the beats
loading to leave that day got about allthey wanted;
obt we saw na indications of any permanent im.
provemeat in busiaees,
The swift onr 'ar,,l er.dnirp noe l 11rod. fIeight I
rpacket lIzzie - iill. l hli el (chung,' bond l'eolple' flat
n'.iue, l ax.s f' Nw rInleoe.a Thrsday. ' 1t. 15
Jo. trllyn hoir col ttmmand and William ithblder is 11,
clerk. b :I
IOrtrI'IrI.r. ntuglt ^5.-T-:e river tnos nconl FI
nlenced falling at this point, and since rnr tInt 11i
report has receded three inches. tact evening shr
the marks indicated lfou feet eloreven inches water ap
in the canal, two feet eleven inches water In the
chute, and one root eevten iciteb water ot the ta
rock. IBusineess continues drill. Weather clear bh
and cool. fr
A dispartch to Mesirs. Erwin & Donahue states lin
that the Nick Longworth will arrive Monday and it
leave Wednesdnay. Col
The Cincinnati Commercial of yesterday has the be
following dl,
Editors Commercial--Noticing the late dis- do
asters on the Olno river By boiler ekpleoslns. .1
9 propose an improvement that will indicate to the So
passengers on every boat the exact amount of ne
steam carried. The improvement I propose is
simple, and will cot bat a trife tq boat owners. a
It consists of a pipe, some ten feet long, to run 10
Sfrom the holler to the cabin of each passenger kr
Sboat, with a steam gauge (the saie mae as the Fs
one used before tIhe engines attached, placed in to
the office, or in some other convenient place, for on
d the passengers to see at any time they please to &
d examine, so that they may. be authentically as- W
sured of the pressure of steam the engineer car- t
ies in the boiler at any time, day or night.
e If this precaution be observed by the owners of he
steamboats, passengers can determine for them- C
Ie selves the danger, i nay, they ren riuring a pas' ci
t sage of any length. I deem it important to the c
trveling public that snet a contrivance should be di
of attahed to every boat, and if it should be of no e
ig other benefit than titan of giving as opportunity fi
to some one who may survive such a catastrophe e
Sasthe blowing p of the Lytle, to he able to state
to the public the cause of the disaster, o, atleast di
the amount of steam carried at the time of the ci
at Ne Boar.-We learn that Capt. P. C. Mont
, gomery, formerly of the National, has contracted m
Swith Mr. alfor the hull of a new boat for the t
Red River trade. She is to hare the machinery of &
the B. L. Hodges, the boat obuit here just before f'
of the war for Capt. John Smoker, a good boatman, C
o, and a very popular one. B
an MWHar.S Asugust 2l.-The river at this place is e
on a stand, having risen about one foot duringthe
past few daes. Thebtr opposite the city has par- n
td tially disappeared in consequence. The Arkansas k
Sis on a stand, with thirty inches to Pine Bluff and a1
2 twenty-two to Little Rock. Navigation is sus- &
pended above that point. Boats experience dii- T
culty navigating the lower part of the river, and C
ail the Lizzie Brown, which should have arrived on
SFriday evening last, has not yet reached her land- t
re ing. The Trater is ruonning between Pine Bluff S
and Lizzie Rock as a regular packet. White river G
it low and business along the river very dull.
or Only one boat-the Central~na-- now rouing in 2
that stream from this point. There is nine feet
ht in the channel from here to Cairo and eight fromu
there to St. Louis.
r CaI, August 26,--The weather yesterday was
as it has been for the past few days, cool and
le- bracing. t
ir Basiness aon the levee quite brisk. Reshipping 1
had the ascendency, as there was a number of
large lots of freight lying upon the wharfboat fore
nd the want of tonnage to forward.
For The Ohio at this point is swelling slowly--two
inches in the past twenty-four hmors.
Tennessee river, by last evening's packet I
eO steamer Cumberland, we learn that there is but .
nd three feet sed a half to Johasonville. River
tas about en a stand.
Cumberland river at Nashville yesterday, `was
on a stand with fifteen inches on Hrpeth's
shoals.
?o" Misaissipppi river between this place and St.
50 Louis, has seven feet and a half, and the river on a
stand at St. Louis laat evening.
The Missouri river continues at the same height
Sat nt last report. Owng to the heavy rise and
coptinued rains reported by the last mountain broat
down. at the month of the Yellowstone, it is arnti
cipated that there will soon be a considerable in
m- crease of water at this point.
Tb IThe Waite river and tire Arkansa are both low,
of withtheree feet to Jaclsonport, and 33 inches to
Little Rock.
Weather cool with threatening rain at Jackson,
for port, August 21:
tor W. H. OSaOeo FOR ST. Loris.--The large.
superior and fast passenger packet W. H. Osborn,
el- Capt. Than. Rogers in command, and Mr. W. D.
Rogers in the office, leaves this evening at 5
o'clock foee the se'ove, contoeting at Miemphis and
fdr Cairo with tir railroads for all points East and
West. The W. H., Osborn is in every respect a
ib- first-class passenger pauket, and has most pIop
Sular and genial officers. We commend her and
them tos or friends to-day, and assure travelers
tar that they will be well talen care of on tie trip,
tlv with the only legretthat they are compelled ti
leave so much comfort and the company of.clever
at gentlemen.
ALEX. SPEER FO RED RIVERn.--This fine, new
light-draft passenger packet leaves for Jef'ereop
th direct at5 o'clock this evening. The Spreer is a
to favorite with both the traveling and the shipping
public,and will doubtless take oat all she can
carry both in her cabin and hold. Capt. John W.
is White is commander, ably seconded in his official
Is duties by Mr. C. T. Wallis.
I ThE MARY eOn WATvStnO PLaoa. -The
n. splendid new low pressure passenger
p packet Mary, Capt. A. L. Myers, commander,
leaves as above from the lake end of the
Pontehartrain railroad at 1 s. a.to-day. Agent
I. C. Harris, corner of Camp and Common
streets.
CAImLnA FOR t IE WAT'RING PLACeo--This
1 regular, fast and splendid low pressure packet
leaves to-day from the Ponchartrain Lake end, on
ea, the arrival of the I A. s. lrain. Capt. W. L.
en Cozzens is in command, and Mr. John Otway is
' the efficient purser.
t OLIV.s Br.Hnc FoR ST. Loris-Atlantic and
- Mississippi S. S. Co jipany's Line Mail Boat.-
The very large and magnificent passenger packet
SOlive Branch, Captain Lloyd T. Belt, commander.
and Mr. Monroe T. Cinningham, leaves this eveno
Sintg at 6 o'clock for the above, connecting at
to Memphis and Cairo with the railroads for all
3 pointas East and West. We assure pasmengers
. that the Olive Branch is in every respect a star
Spacket. her cabin is a model of beauty, her state
0" rooms large and convenient,and her general an
Spsointments of a very superior order. In point of
an speed she is not to be beatpa, while the well
m known ability of her officers aind her own inherent
n stanchness establish herrepntatbis or safety. I
M al;rine .ltelligenre.
CR5i5r7 Orlle,. Na. 94 Casr Sramss,
Thrndiy, August , 1.05.
leared Testerday.
Steamship Hudson, Peasington, for Galveston, in
ballast, Master
Steamer Luminary, Packard, for St Louis, Master
li.p Northampton, Morse, for Liverpool,
Meeker & Knox
Br ship Montezuma, Griffith, for Liverpool,
Creevy Nickeraon &co
Pr bark St Georges, Bernard, for Bordenux,
J N Curien
Arrived Tmoanrdaw.
Steamship iMtssslippl Sunlner, from New York,
18thinat, to Jt l ourtenay-2d d.strict
TOWBOATS.
America, Palmer, fromthe Passes-Towed down
aso to sea, 28th inist, ship Louis Henry, bark
Montana, brig Hope, schrs Teresa and Village
Gem
STEAMBOATS.
Olive Branch, Belt, from St Louis.
W H Osborne, Rogers, from St Louis.
Alex Speer, White, from Jefferson.
LadyGrace, Hammond, from Jefferson.
leaw-~-ienma UP,.
Br brig Hebe, Lhebn, from Rio do Janeiro, July
12-Cargo, iO3750 saks coffee Southern Bank
Schr Empire State, Chesley, 6 days from Galves
ton, in ballast, to Post & Hobby
Exorets Yesterday.
LIVERPOOL-Br fhip Montezuma-1472 bales
cotton t66 b;bls rosin
LIVERPOOL- Lhip Northaapton-2654 bales
cotton 177 hhdi tobacco
BORDEAUX-Bark St Georges-41,200 staves
ST LOUIBS-Steamer Luminary-20 csks brandy
Impasrs Yesterd~y.
INDIANOLA AND GALVESTON-Steamship
W G Hewes--$504 specie Biscoe & Simmsn--$50
do Franoke & Danneel-$500 Karstendiek &co
$500 do Cass & Dowling-$350 Schmidt & Ziegler
$500 eaurreny A Granor-$250 do Texas Express
$150 Levi & Nsvr--$100 J Goetz--$60 Geo.lerz
33 bales wool S Marx-t. do W H H Witherell-4
do J B Prean-16 bbls tallow B L Mann &co-129
head cattle 7 do yearlings Stoner & Turner-sun
dries to order
NEW YORK-Steamship Mississippi-Astd mds
leeeipts of Prodsce Yesterday.
ST LOUIS-Steamer Olive Branch-126 bbls of
otatoes 33 elk potatoe. 20 bxe egse 6 crates cab
age 22 bbts apples 10 do beets Miller & Meyer
400 bbls flour F Avet & Camboo--230 do J H Pohl
bans e&o--0 do Chenoweth, Casey Aco--1 do to
S De Bow &co--O20 do B Turpin-21O do to Grace,
Davis &co-199 do Kehlor & Udike-753 do Hor
roll, Gayle &co--10 bbls potatoes E Thompson &
co--i1 eke oats Butler, Terly &os--T0 l co rnto
Hamilton & Banks-t00 bbls potatoes to Hull &
Brigs--T eaks bacon Butt, Flash & Lee.-10 half
bM beer I80 bbls flour 36 bi ebhelllse lkas bat
ter Huntington Bros--08 bbls potes n Locey,
Terry & -o-1O do to order--S4 eee 687 males A
Schuaer &oo-20 bbls apples 4 hs eggs A Michel
S8 oaks bacon E K Conveae-10 brn eggs 3 bbli
Setatoes Dorman & Bruno-323 do 41 bbls apples
P C Mahan--100 half-bbll liquor 60 bu atearuine
fl, r ll.. ki 1'i,, l .ec to t'i, io hl- 0 tate ; p B)ylre
, elhllndio--7n d,, t0 blb poitaoes 1. WV Byrne
150 bts flour Is tubs hut,,' Ethell & Thpiasv-;40
skls potatoes 0 bils pot itre do unii-ll is i blss
apples' I. ss ori Geo Miartil--l2l0 blis pot;totc
31 hblils oulr Jno T Moore-0 skls potatos toco F
.Lauman--l i bbIs oniolns Weller, Chew &co--200
bbls flour S H Kennedy &co--200 do J It Oglesby F,
&co--200 lo Hlamilton & Dunniea--5 do 100) hbl
lime J E Hyde &co--100 do Kearny, Blois &Aco
1t8 skh corn J W GoSlee--2 ales cotton D It Ctar
roll &co--100 bble lime N RIichards-50 hif hblo of
beer Gleo Andrews- I1 do C Krost-200 bha can
dies G M Bayly Aco--3 bxs candy F Rlickert-25
do Converse .& K neimtt-4 cases candy to Hugo ax
recks--5 bbls krout to N Pigot-17 pkgs mdse to o
Sayre, Plumb &oo--5 do Horter, Peterson & Fen- p
ner-2 bxa mdse H Folsom &co-1 do Stevenson
& uDouglas-2 kegs shoes 65 pkg iron 18 pkgs of
steel M Jeff Thompson &co-- plows Oh Haefler
10 kegs shot J H Carter-4 tons varnish D Lopos
200 bxs starch S D Moody &co-135 bbls potatoes
Fairchild & Camp--91 do E W Benton-39 boxes
I tobacco Lehman, Newgass &co-7 bbls sggs 6 do
onions 3 half-bbls cheese 1 kegs butter Schneider
& Zuberbier-22 bxs apples 1 hhds tobacco C N
Worthington-l hhds tobacco B M Tnrnbull &co
t do H JPhelps &o-l14 do Speed, Summers .co
I do.lalkemnore, Wooldrtidge &tdo, o3 do It .W
Sher &co-0 do Gold, Roach &co-20 cases water T
O Wtalsh--32 bbls apples 1 bils eggs P S DouSo
chet &co-25 bbls apples 110 bxs do E B Fuqua &
Sco-3-18 do 90 bbls apples P O'Riley-1652 bxa
do 3 bas pears Blakemore, Wo6tdridge &oo--400.
sks bran 4 bhls eggs 3 half-bbls cheese 280bble of
flour P G O'liley-50 do C H Smith &co-2 bbls
eggs J Bentz-11 bbls whisky Van Colin, McComb
a &co-50 bxs tobacco to Yeatman & Wellers-sun
I dries to order-Total 2 bales cotton 30 hhds tobac
S0co
ST LOUIS-Steamer W H Oasborn-5 bales do
Smestics O W Banker &co-200 bbls pork 50 bdls
etwine Oscar Bercier-2 cases saws Branch, Crooks
f &co-- bbls alcoohol Cusachs & Ogden--21 bbls
flour Jas Connoly &eo-224 do F 1)elBondio-156
Cass & Dowling-309 Griffin & Porch--385 Hewett,
Norton &co-40 Lamb, Quinlan&co-100 E G Mes
Ssenger &co--20 Shropshire, Anderson &co-610 J
H Pohlhoans &co--230 H S Hall ao--28 do and 3
bbslwhisky L T Murdock-36 pkgs stores V Bae
kes-27 do 10 hbs mdse Ober, Atwater &co--31
d sks bran S DIe Bow &co-90 bbls potatoes Dorman
& Bruno--28 do A Qerger--60 do 01 bblls flour to
- Tunstall, Chaosanig t&co--n50 do 140 bbls potatoes
d C F Lauman-170 do 13 bbls apples F C Mahan
n 10 do 10 bbls onions 41 bbis potatoes 125 slis pota
1. toes Miller & Meyer-30 bbls do 5 bbls apples to
if Stsnard & Slayback-7 pkgs oil to order-3 do A
Groner-10 bbis oil E J Hart &co-5- do IB Hhns
I. 50 do Juo T Moore--2 bxs tobacco Webster &co
n 20 do S Hernsheim--200 blls lime Kearny, Blois
tt &co-16 tes hamts Keep & Caulfleld-100 bbls lime
m E Thompson &co--100 bbls whisky O Wagner-50
hIf-coils rope 100 coils rope J E Viltaveso &co--'2
is bxs cheese Vat Norden Sco--4 Ihhds tobacco 1237
d bbls flour Woods, Matthews &co---31 plis furni
ture Summers, Donahue coo--300 hall-coils rope
1031 sks corn I C Harris--S bales cotton to J & 0
f Cromwell--sundries to older--Total8 bales cotton
or d hhds tobacco
JEFFERSON-Steamer Lady Grace-50 hbales
-o cotton Ar Miltenberger-4 do J D Blair &co--1 d C
L Walmsley &co-3 hIead cattle McQuoid & Mehle
et 41 do 18 yearlings T A Noel--13 heod cattle 4
at yearlings f'alls, Hill co--130 head cattle Stoner
or & Tarer--sundries to order
SHRE EP'ORT--Steamer Alex Speer-- bales
as cotton Brooks, Macdonald &co.--1 bale cotton to
Lo ,gan, Soniiat & Claibrnoe-- . il- gunny lhags Wal
ker & Lt'ishlr-3 bales wool S I Swenson-- 1,1,1
it. tallow I bxs iidse 1 rolls leathler Arthur, Stone &
,a co-223 head cattle T ii Noel-sunldrle to order
Total 7 bales cotton
liht -
id leeelepoiby B allreads.
ti- N. 0., . J& . N. RR..--Aug 290- bales of
t. cotton Hamilton & Dunnica--:1 Parbhm & Blont
2 Barrett & Le Sassierl-5' T H & J t Allen-3 d,
S H Aby &eo-t..Jn T Hlardie &,. --8 McDonald
to Nugent-1 R Pritchard -3 A Ililtenberger &co
4 dl Hiller &co-1 do to Roi-er, 'Prothro &co--13 I
rolls leatliher Maer Bros-00 feet limlber itnlssm
n& Poolcy-4000 do nBker & Atolni---12,l.n do to
J B Chandler-2 bage wool Schneider & Zuberbier
0, sundries to order-Total 5,- bales cotton
SN. 0., 0. & 0. W. RR.R.-Aug 29-4 bales
cotton TL Grande &co--3 pkg1 egs I. Snrloe--o do
M Labusqnie-5 do J B Gerard-2 do Burns & Ga
id jac-2 do L Torrebonne-T- bbls sugar 23 hanld of
moss to Molltagno & Carlos--t do 325 head cattle
and sundries to order--Total 4 bales cotton
STEAMSHIPS.___
LIV]ERPOOL.
B SRAM BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS,
llnar ot o vanl and Qneltmo to lodand md bark Mals
I nd Pssonge; Lklgn Cotton, and afS.pntgbfllof lading
L here at throulgh o tes oftoreflt hend to 1, Pstereburg,
I Mocow, iso, Hambog, Bro·no, Antwep, Bottedam,
Gothbugr and Hav1o
I Steerage pmpe rtlckl aregrtsptd heresby this line to bring
pssengernfrom Liveopool or Quemonton to New Orleans,
for $b Lincurreny, per adult.
SThe osl poolt of dluatlton may b either : oR liplng
the bills of lading, or declared by the holder of the bill
of lading within twr1ve horoas atr the teaOnr's arolval
1 st Liverpool, thbus aordog the importer the choi" of
marketl
T E BRPtWr AND AMZRSJAN STEAM
Naltion Compony Limited, will diatoh the lfololwin fMll
B powed Iron Srew slmship between
LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS DIREOT.
-B.tl from LIVEnPOOL and NEW ORLEANS Monthly
During the Summer:
LOUmSIANA............1874 to ......P. Jamlon, Captain.
l MIBBSISW IP ............1711 tons...... J. Campbell, Cpt
FLORIDA ............... 1 tons ...... A. Flinn, Oapt .
r ISOUI ..............14o tons...... A. Hanpok, CapOta
SARKANAS ............. tons ......T. Barron, C·aptal
ALABAMA ..............I tons...... W L. Mey, C .
SGAHBIA .................1(661 to......J. Graam. Cp .
t OAR NA ..............61 tobs ......J. Hoirby, Osptlai.
BOLIVIAN ..............W to0U...... H. P. P. oob., 0apt
Cabln Pos to Livopool $IH gold, .or It .QI aIs Ib
Fr a o freglsht apply to
MUSTER, ASERW A O.. 4 OadoellswSL
Oougcs of goodswe resop so tl ldesliris pssalt theb
Bilkof LadIog attheodro, pathr frightand sobta d
ir GAIVE,,STON--INDIANOLA.
S PFOR GALVESTON, INDIANOLA AND LAVACA.
0 MORGAN LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Leaves on SATURDAY, Sept. t, at 8 A. x.
PFreight to Galveston taken t oone-bel of oard srate
Freight for Lavaca delivered at the end of sbip's tackle in
biatagorda Bay.
k FOR GALVETON, INDIANOLA AND LA.
0 vace-The low-pressure aidwheel steamship
W. 0. . ewes,
"- -D. 8. AUSTIN, Commander,
Wll lave as above, from the foot of St. Joseph streel
For bseght or posg.e apply to
L o. HARRIS, eAnt,
Comrer Camp and Common atreel
Bflll of ladlg signed at the Agent's ofaCe.
Tlese steamers, carrynlg the U. S. maols, leave punctually
as advertised.
S O GALVESTON AND INDIANOLA,
-vu
lEW ORLEANS, OPELUSOAS AND GREAT WESTERN
lRAILROAD AND BERWICK $ RAY.
The Traveling Public are informed that thie MORGAN
LNE of firs t-class ilrl. lw-pressure side-whee Stm fn abips,
haying pelegat accommdatios, will hereafter ran in elose
eoneetlan wih the New Orleans, Opelousas anG d G(pret West.
e o Ralilroad leaving orul ear eery MONDAY and PFRIDAY
on the arrivl of the 8 o'clock passenger train fron Algiers.
The railroad Ferry ost leaveso the foot of St. An steeo,
op"seite Jackson Square 7 P- o'clock A. pM
aggga ge checked throg. For passage or freight _.pP Y to
the orce of the New Orleans, Opelousas and Grast Westera
0 Railroad Company, No. 9 Canal street.
opefo Al. .tos6..s. Sudaysecpted. Open
on Sundays from 9 f . . to 12 t.
r O. W. R BARLEY, OGenera SupOritedesnt.
New Orleans, Augusst 5,1866.
DRUGS, PERFUMERYTETC.
B BOTANI" DRGY 1S"TBe
e. IS FlOI.T LEVENE ,IpotS lbs ALGIERS IJ T
S pDIMG, NEW ORBLEANL
The ok f E.desn, Smpls and Compoud, wi1 be fen
- P..E . BLOW
SIMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS,
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD. OILS, WINDOW
GLASS, GLASBWARE, PERFUMERY, TO., ETU.
0o. M ad RS o N Is r rt es
sotw Pt.ne saod olve. St. Loslt Me.
t RE OV. .................O......... oV .
t I os remoo d my emsa to No. 1 UNION STREET.
*'W·L . LEVERICH.
15 No Os, Aug , 1866.
;T1LW YO1CLI .
F,.,i1 01E00051 01110., 1'. A
NEW YORK MAIL STEAMSHIP (IOMPANI'S STAR
LINE Of STEAMSHIPS.
Pursuing n R,.lrll Srrmi W-Mv Lin, ofI~ I,- Ocoot. Stu,-m Ie
nhil,n.
FOE FEW YORK DIEIcrT-THE FINE
0-ea Steamshlips-
MOERNING UYAM.... ,ISMS. ... .N.I.,, O.mmu.e.
EVENING STAR .... ISGI.me....o.op, Co00 0..
GUIDING RYAR .... Mle05 ....M.1p, 00.01114
MISSISSIPPIP.:;........IUmM1taee..8.monsner Oemmsacr.
MERRIMACK...... . ,,IIOltws....Vanela, Oembeade
HAV1A VANA ..... . ..... LI.I20 .... atE.e, Commander.
IMONTEREY .14 ... .... ,1toso.... Whitmr, C1rmmander.
i MAEIPOSL .S..... .... IN.aa....QoioS, Obo.Iade. .
MATAIEAS....., .....l O4 tons... , Commander.
MISSOURI....O......... GIItom....-, COmmod.,. c
The stenmslrp 1[ses
I Ioll..·ppE,
SWle I. on SATURDAY, epItember 1, at 7 'clockP. Y., -
from tIh OompSny'I WhafL In ho1t of J011an Squ.a.
fgb Ellb...soed Sy It. Line upon thp OoS.01ny'1
WIRS. MR,.ll. d5.553 b..Is.. hobse, and 10.011.a 1o.
trdiht and /wage wild be a low as by m of he regula
g Forl r.IghtbS al3. ap.ly
b J. N. OORYmO MAT, hAmS,
11 OI1Sndtit.G New 011an0.
C. K .ARRISON, F.re..ent,
10 R...la/ rtrast, New York.
I FOR NEW YORK.
6 BLACK STAR LINE.
t,
I- Leoo.. on TOURSDAYT 0Sth int., at 55. m.
J
3 FOR NEW YORK-THE STEAMSHIP
Ynrmln.
0.p.1 L. L. HAZARD,
S W1 ill leave thle wharf, foot ofF Jefferson shet, as abnve,
For heiglht or passage apply to
oDAVIS N,'U lSI; . 10^tI'Common street.
A CRDMWELL'S N. Y. AND N. 0. STEAMSHIP LINE.
0 To sail on SUNDAY,6 ,pt. ?i, at 8 A. X.
IF FOR NEW YORK-TIIE FAST AND FAFURITE
9, *HIIINOIO
GT Gon. Comwell,
K. E. TAIL., Commasdr,,
wi ill laI her 1b11, lootl Toullo.. .1,101, 04cond D01tr1ct,
IR ebove.
l Cbln Pl ................ ..560.
:BFor freight or paealle apply to
C ALFPPED MOULTON,
le 41 Carondelet street.
4 NEW YORK, SALfIMOHE AND KEY WEST.
To as on THURSDAY. Fept. Ith, at 5 o'c!. IL P.
I THRNOUGH TICKETS TO NE1W YORK, 360.
O EW YOBK, BALTIMIORE AND KEY
WE 5 1ST-Th 1 m 011ni5icnt ,11 st1an1.lp
A Lberty,
RAIN, Commesnds,,
01the B1lt0iImo and N..w Orleans Re514.11 LI,,, will salt
from heor wharf, Gat of J~ckson street. Fourtlh Dirtltil, pant
nslly as ablos. carriyig the United States Matl., ad ticket.
I,, p-rig,1rs1 through1 to Ne. York.
Fora~e. d, afty and comfolrt this steamer is nrcan passed.
Of Ile, rllir in *pavl..s ad hier Staterooms sIlEgtIIJ I famishedl
1 onhir,5ail111 the mo 1kdern 1Ipro OIOt.l.I
Staterooms can Le secured on applnlicati on at the Office .f the
0r, h, Frich taker. rto PIslndelpbla, an01 1h0,0uh bills of lding
J t atvucd thaeror.
YSor freight or p5010s a f1Bal0.1 Iim. a0l1 to
III 0ITHEISPOON N ISALSEY,
to 19 I',,onldll street.
CRREVY. NIOKERSON * CO~..
Cornemr Oravier and Can'ndelslt street-.
esIJOSON.
a- FOR BOSTON-OIERRIIANTS LINE.
of
I^- To sell on SATUIRDAY. Sotpl'ool' 1, at G P. i.
FOR BOSTON-TOE Al CAST SAILING STEAMI
ship Conordl.,
WINTHROP SEARS, Cosoand.d,
having nea~rly- ail her cargo engage,', will leave punctually as
0111 Fo freigyht or passageR1avin1, 01-1 110011tateroom n
inp oomruudatioav, .;ply to
CREEVY, NICKERSON A CS,,
Corner Soirlr n,1 CI o,,,oi, :re111 .
!'~ .'lssener. will pleo.' be an hoard loortaplly
."he will be followed by the ,t--lop Keliesingttn, to alll
all o 1 her regular d 0y.
IV, 0,1 0,"" 0,11101 0y11,lll --E 151
E*UAZO05 SAO~NTEAGO
51 FO111 ISIAZIIS IANUTLOI, DIRIECT.
.III
MOOOOiN LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMERS.
vat
of To Fr.1l on SUNDAY, Sept T, 01 11n. a.
FOE BBAZOS SANbTIAGO-TOE IRON
low-rpressure sidawtrel steamship
,all Austin,
E911711, Commander.
WIll 1101e se 0bo0e, 1rom foot of St. J11epk1tre11, car
vying the 1;. S. moils..
01y I For freigIt or passage, balvig legant c1ommodations.
apply to 1. V. HARRIS,
Cone, Camp andCommon sereats
Ifg-Bill of La·ding signled at the Agent's offie.
IIP Sa Coal Oiiel reeie Imetal packages only.
N. S.-A steamerr of this lino will emd asn above ovary week
Y. I the above port.
The steamh0ip SI. M1,0y, wllil e13 1ove, on Sndaly, 910
Septemlber.
STEAMBOATS.
V"ATERING PLACElS.
MORGAN LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS.
FOB THE WATEIING PLACE-BAY
St. ouis, Pass Christlean, Missisppi City and BIhxl-
The new iron low-pressure steamer
Mary.
A. L. MYERS, Commander,
Will make regular trips for the above places as follows:
TUESDAY, on arrval of 9 . train, PonteharBraln B.
THURSDAY, " 9 ..
SATURDAY, 12
Returning--Leaves Palcagonla Wednaeday and Sunday
mornings Mlissieaipi City and Biloi on Friday and Saturday
mornings, touching at at landings excepting Ocean Springs.
Ihe Tuesday and Saturday trips will be made throgh to
Pascagoula.
These tripe will be regularly made, unless prevented by bad
wealther or low water.
L 0. HARRIS, Ag~t,
Comn OCmp ad Common atat
SEA SHORE LINE
WATERIOG PLACEI--BAY ST. LOUIS, PASS
Christian, Misdleeppi City, Bloxl and Ooaaon Bplngl
The elegant and ret eat low paeeaure steamer
4Iellt.s
W. I. COZZENS, Metor,
WWlt hearIa contlae her trp ea foelloa:
MONDAYSB.. o'oloek A L. Potattran R Train.
TUESDAYS....9o'clek A. L .
THURSDAYS.9 e'dok A, L
BATURDAYS, 2 o'loeak . E
SReturnig wl Ins on
MONDAY EVENING.
WEDNESDAY MORNING.
FRIDAY MORNING.
SUNDAY EVENIIO.
On Monday morning's trip wil go direct to 0eaan Springs
and Biloxl, retaornig same evening via all the Watering
The abav. tripe and deplaete t be regularly made, un
less preerantd by bad weather or low water.
On SATURDAY, padttely no freight wielbS ?awdd afltr
12 o'aloak r. tran.
-or frtbar information apply to
COHEN M. 8ORIA, 1t Coamndslet stree
BAYOU SARA.
REGULAR U. S. MAIL PACKET-TWICE A WEREL
Leaves evere SUNDAY, at 9 a IL, d WEDNESDA
OB BAYOVU SAXA. PORT HUDSON, ATO"
HRo gePteqaematne, Doaaldsonvine, and all latoraeedlt
andingsTM ageant teame La e. V. I.
Baraetm master, le eear above.
R.eaaa, learse Kyae Sara eteryMND. YandTH1aR-
DAY, eeamg down thbe Oaeut in daytb. For freight pe
ega apply o board. or to
W. M. SURLS 9 Canal etreet or
COMAUX A gMITH. 69 Canal stree
VIROINIUS o. DENT-EL .Adva-tleitAget
REGULAR BAYOU SAlT F M -
SEANE NIA SlMMRBe--. et. GtA OUR ASIA
PMRIO an s sMIt. Xl I
0 MkOU A APORT HUDoSOuI, BaTO
nt aarLyon ehe. lee freit. t or caggag apply en ward,
f TT5 Al WARYTNDdAea, No. lTebahodpla.nlea.
VIRGINIUS 0. DP51E5.. Ad.atieng Age"
s'I'F AM B( Al bs ..
ATLANTIC. AND 133,33,.3,IN'1'I ST31130 111. 333,NANY,
EARRIYINU TULE UNITID 5330105 NAID'.
FOR VIUCSBUR4R. M EM3'PHII, CAIRO AND
ST. LOUIS.
0ut. ofthe 1 ollde~i3 firt d11 p3.35n3er 3te1mer31w3
3bee 3 3 ,bo 3O03dS3r ellVSut2OEndiate landlugg EVER
EVENING at 5 o'clc.k, ioNm the CompI3'y'. 50331, toot of
8e1ioSL:, 31.tt:
Auth. Lady Gay.
W. Mg. Aurth... Oils. BrMn..
raullaU Vlm r. MI..0e'lppE.
Msluarle. Muill, Able.
Lou lu..y. Mary Z. Wmrumyh,
.. 3. Swum. Udweud WaIlh.
The above boats be.. usamtly been thoroughlI rElEted, a13
aeoSS04qlled for spepeodl andmforo b3Iy ny ol. -
Planof the cabin can be bet and Naeroom. scnru d $t t
Oompaoy'. oN., No. 104 Ceuommon .tret, opposte. Dli HBIel
JOSEPH BROWN, PlulduL,
JNO. N. BOPINOEN, Superintedent.I
JNO. 7. DOUGLAS, Agent. 104 Common street.
"U. 0. MAIL LINE.
ATLANTIC AID MISSISSIPPI STAMSIHIP COMPANY.
Leaves on TILRSDAY. NORth lE.L. at S P. a.
ST.n~~T LOVESgR CAIRO, NMplIS~ ICKgS.
NrtOba., 5.1'on. aong., *', alsO IsE...er tAtsI. d:
Ire- new and .pletdtO PaulnBar .reamer Olive
Rranoh Lloyd T. 5333m1 Lee A. Hall lerk, ls
leav rie tampanye whar, foot nrBieno111 Itreet, As above,
For heighs or p5a3gE .oppy on board, or to
4. N'. DO1,llAS. A33tL 1, 11'ommop t0eet.
Le5,e. on THURSDAY, 30th Ins.. t 5 F. a,
FOX ST. LOITIS, CAIRO, EMIIPHIB, VICOE
burg, Matches, Baton Runge, sort .1 Iotermsdlat
-l1uhig.-TYhe new and ,pl*dd 3.ug..os.3.r ol W. H.
0.e,.. Thum... ger, muter, W. D oger.,klerk,
will3 leve as above. Por frlei3ghtr p--g- e ·pyr on board,
or Si, J. ASTEVI3NSON. AAO3IS Pront -vst
A. 55133on1. EIP3Fro', str
ThW. II, Osbonm lwl .oallo,3ar I, ntion tI lb. II.
3130ry 3t.OMu.mpbI.11std t,,,,,,fro30,
YIIS.I5NIU4 C. DENT'EL. 4Adsortl3a Agent
Leaves on TIHURSDAY, 03433 los, 3t 6 F. a. "4
FOS JEFFERSON IYIME4OT-3UR JEFFIO:
u` NhuSre~clp~rtt Grand lEclrr. Nt Meurirc·. Coble,. Alez
*udrinl. Wurmru's. Bxrblln'.. .d .11 '°)a l~nlllna Re d
RO.,r-Th, low- wate packet Alex. 5plyerr, J. . 1 P~llt
niter, will leave-. .r a-.. Folr 11·eiU a ,, Ps.)·g( apply un
b33rd. r to N. 1. DONOR \ E, 2 ,I,-13ulO.. [rent
TLhe AO, Speer s 3a lo.w o3,3r p3ocket, draw s.31y'2 sbes
light. 333 .1a3,3 Al In all 3U3,n-,.o.emce. Cil hI
5. mu oglo b3l3. witho3t t3 e prll,0 II" n",ii !Io,, o --J T3,-o
tires Slln c(. I,F.Ntzr 1. Ad~ulrllr, Aý;urt.
Leaves on FRIDAdY, 31-esalt We "M ·clock r. a.
IN I'LACE OF S TEAMER ( AI ZONAL.L
L. I 13 3,3, F PIOST,,IISAT, .3Y(,LO'RA.
i Lure, at Lrurles, Cottlle, wLaxzllnlrir. ..d .11 W., loud
itiilr-The A S. L ligot firmt p --yeur~t, nanrr 11. A.
1Sum cuer., 5. 1, ot. , II N r. , . ! llma., 3ted1, 3ill
nvnv ra tore·. Folr freight p ««x" apply y n p~lu or toI
SINNOT'P . ADMS, It'olllinler ctl l lle
1:. ( 3. % AYNE 35 N EL. fittest,
11, V3513,IIC', C. D0NT'LEL Ad3'L".3Ig Ag,,.
5,.3333 o3 SATURDAY, S3p3. 1,.. 1t 5r 1.
F OR JEFFE1IuO BIB LE(F-30311 JEFCEO.
h r .ePsl "ri t, Et, r« .\Ici ~lr ilrnn N orm an's,
.rrln'3, aunal nil 5333 rrod3nt3,.3I3015,, .n I3303 33,3,33 i
low water packet -:arils Youle J. F' 3lu3, m- c:, wlll
leave -.4o-lra Fur A.Sybor parrrx a Hl}.lv le .auntl or to
-E ATON A lb\t.STON. t l'r :. ,Dirt ol a direct.
U . DON I135033 2 3~o 3~on~ 3 s333,3 .
Th 15C1rne Ple i0 r lw' rr parker, IF rxT/ A', 1o 3 l
T IROINII'O 1 DENT3El3 3dr1rtiin3 Agent
EY NLWO UII.LANSANIU SlIDE' E .I'OP I h .\Y l'ACKEI.
LEAVES EVER0 Y ELTEI:N '1 F;WEDNE1SDAY AND
:di33 PUATX DA'
nc1 Learn. nn SAT!'DDAY, F "· I '. ' , of r. o.
FOR SIREIR'rE T. (3,3 3 11333NU fr'
ed. 11.' 3Lv*:13333333jl 1 r3d1 1 33.. Al3.,nirt. NI· Smn',
-u1;er,"ioa nowlr bub 11 T. 15 A..iii ;.:·. * J. U)u
Wedtcdl,-h, ,Nett,"'nb cr llti, nntt!.ll ý.. Inc t1· nr t ali
F surd ,s. `h", tellllr r ... N dl-.,7 rntrt
3,g 33'e0,30ar),3 1,,30 lx3,1, 3J , C3 ., :,3,a r
For freight or 3303,3..r e l·-Ply '·r
03, rON 3333,3,1 333 ea33" 133333 a,
1. J. 'INI1135' ,sAp.o 1 us0s,. "-street.
11333103331 C. DEN I%13.L A33o,.ligAg.3nt
I.. n. eos nnATI'I!UUY. * il· It. 1- n[ r .S , Ppu1f iv'cl
3,3,, NAT.ER*0oII '3311303 T. p. RAN31
-d a11 way loin:;+ n° t~d k' 1, -TI ,· hnr" an d 1-~ Pnt"
F·,lrC330' Lady Lld034AElE3'3e... ýtlr3, a p, 33.333333i) 3.333,r
ý ýI trelcht art,, n*wze ayylg uu boatsn
CAIIJEN. TH ENT(JUN. E''TQ
REG,0LAR WI3EKLY OUAYIIIIA PACKIET.
1800 ........SU'IMMER ASRANGEMNT....3... 18T.
a ,,Leave. EVERY WEDNESDAY. 33,33,33333,3,3 3.
FOR TPFaTUI. O N, 'OR. l'C.3~c'33A, lIA &
TO The .1gul33ou3, 3a31 13u3.334 ,ots,,',
Judge Fletcher,
JOHN W. OBI0, Maste, U. PREY. WORK, ClarE,
Will 3.....u 3333.
.,R J TLe JU, Fletcher wll 1E1133,'30g!33 r3311. 33,3lr.g013 Ny0'o
M-11. anod To,--l* to he retllipp- 't on +:c .-.r.r rrrllr ilu Ann
at 3Trin 333,b3ry M 1,3333nday 333,3.0.3
1'aacaongr r token 1-.11i Coast l and ing+.
For height IS parxua ;g p) ~ hoao~rd nr to
GEO. D. MItr. 5t Onalrir r arrest.
- EIRGINIUO C. DEN 3AE`ZL, A3,.nl3. Ag..l
REGULAR WVEEKLY OU'ACIIITA PACKFET.
Leave, EVEIRY WEDNESDAY, at , r 3,
F OS ALABAMA LANDING, OUIf IlITA
C:[y, I'urt Unlou.' Trenton Mourne,' l slmbl., if o-os
3333. 33'.ty and all fait--d3im313,3 I3',3,'3 -,3,3, n Rd..hm.d
ONounchlt rtscrr-The ruyrllrgrrulrr I~ndcosa .enar lduh~oe.
N,,'AY,,Lao-", 30 3, u33 ,. Su03 .L w".0,3o3. . rt.3-3, w0 3ill le3 e.'3
above, s? or frt fight pD xp n aply ,ril toned, .ur Wa
F. 2. WINBU513, AgOr t,,3,3133,,o3,tr,3 t
_ IROINI I' S3. OEI.0l, -I. Ad, .133333,3. .g3
VI~IL N iIZU ( .
GREENVILLE, VICKSBIN'N'. NITCIIEZ AND N. 0.
REGULAR THURSDAY U. S. MAIL PACKET.
Leavsr EVERY TICURSDAY, at 5 P. U. N ommencing5
THURSDAY. 13th reNs, t 5 P. it
FOn OREENVI LLE. GRAND CARE. PRINCE
II nnAlP 1111 S klpu hb, Prlll ,i:Lý,m, ;ýI·(l irll d ·.L! IC(II i
J, o'S B~hend. 'ic F -of. N.Wtll, z, .ll ialu l dt ,t'
6I. Jl.sepn. {ater oInCT. Fsrt Ado m.. IlygNt heS, .hneon
Eouge, DonaldsonvilldsN aind ll s intr.N.Le I ng ls-ThN. -
Surpaslsed passengesr slsnwt
Gen. Jn.. A. Qustman,
J. MI. WHITE, NIaster,
TLes Gs. Quitman .111 taIk fresightand p5naSens or
Y.... -wve, aih privdiye n) r~l.,ppl~ni t t'ilkkbnrp.
For freight or p55555e. E.Niug unsurp555ed 5515mmod54
lion5s, pply onboIard, or to
GEO. D. HITE. Agent, 54 OSSIsr st555t.
The GenS. Quitma has been thorougbly sepaid, ren .imed.
and refitted, andlt noW hoe1 a compIlete Set o f new I1U-1L. bull
se.' and for peed, surIyN and osmfort she is. s -passed sn
YIOKBBITEG ,ATCHES AND NEW ORLEANS NEOS'
bAR ESSDAY U. 5. MAIL PACKET.
Len" every TUESDAY, at 5 . a.
(AttsndSng to all business oN steamer GeneSSl Quitmsn.)
FO: VJO*UUIBX , NATCHEZ, GRAND GNS.Z
RS g ess.n..A ".DAmlw, 8oru di I. tsr dIub 55da n
sad phmtat on II glnrcra magll st passenger Rocke
Grey R~agS.,
J. Nl. WRtITE. MIdur.s.ti
J. Mll eas - abonv. TN. Os Eagle will take 1.OIgt and
passeng55 51or Memphis and ths BRSR., witN prlslleg of rN
IhlINpiSS on the .stssasrfss AIN. and for Yasuo Rlvse, with
tes ssISegs ofI ssrbuipoi·g on the steamer Emm No.2. For
comforti speed andslesf. this bon ies unsurpassed, and ba
tale is sppllsd with theIR1 the market sffords.
For InIISISIIS 551.51, to In" 1i.r rglshls, appl7 yD
boardoror s
ORO. D. HITES O sI tr Ns.
TITUS "W kTNEY, TNeNNNSNI5 d
VISNNNII4s 0. . DENNTZEEEL. AdertsnE Age.
LEAVES EVERY FRIDAS AT I P. M COMMENCING
FrIdsy. 5SptembS5 14, at Ir. i
- OB POINT. VICKISCBU. NATCIIEZ AlN NEW
.1 OrlSISs 55g 15r Friday peackt Masgstss. T. I. Lseth
era tseatesr. ill leave as abosv INS Egg PNuin, roand Lake,
P.i Mston, AIhton, Skipsith. 'roNidesnc., OoNdrith's Land.
InN. MtiOSen'S 155d, VNslburN, Natchez, SSNInd INICt, RodNey,
5t. JoSphI. WaterprooI,. Nart Adsss, Byou SSnr, Baton
RNsNg, .Donaldsnvllie sed all uIeINs S.Ig lsIxaings.
Ths sRSlNst Magenta ill take freightII I Iks f p5 5 . Nor
Y azuu verBe, wihpilege o of s i rdilppmng at Pickbbngrg;
For reNight oINS pasa apply ou5 boardNd r to
ISINNOT s ADAMSa. 28 Nom]nS olsi Plasn
VICKBRBUR AND NATCHEN PACKET FASHION.
Leavse..sss, SATURDAY, 51t5. P.m
F BOX DONALDONVNLJ. PLAQUEMII5
Port RIsEN. Baton Roung BsyoN Sara, Fort Adams, NSt
NeCr aeprot n t. P. Vl h odusy. a rn 1 ta 1o~
slssr FINSSna l, . N raNtt, thNater. R' L. s 1.w and W I
K. Lsddslg.SS NisrlNsiN avoo Isssss 5N. ENS Nf olhI NTPS
*sg epp 5npy NaardbN o JANS BA TLER E CO.,
I sad 17 Fulton and 17 and lNTN.e.LeveeseI5t.
VII IIIIUS O. DENTNINS. AdIssNNhsog Me
Ove1PELO m.A.I * O
OXoPIILOINSASS.WASI5ISo t
F month Bayou Bongs, ssd sil sswO.
Bayou CNNrtNsaso, Atchsnlysssad es, M.i.s
fINS, Nsght.drsasIIpNSsaNgst.IsINr
matte, 3. 55. cENast lerk wi.1l Is.
wiss lavs Washington Ney WEDI
10 o'lock. Par Ucallaprattntion :i
FORT JA TO
U. S. MAIL PaCI T-N S 0 TTICE
Lenavs *S5S WEDNESDAY snd SATCRDAY at N
R.I s sing eerSy MONDAI esd THURSbAY.
FOrn FONT .ACR005, ST. PHIsLIP. POINTE.
* a-l1151o,5 nd all wna lnIdSNNN-ThN splssdtdli p5.55
NRlsNteaNLr I OUns, W. S. BNnasNs master, W.. H.H.
Broks, clrskr, wIll leN- Ss .15ort.
TITUS t OWARTANEN. No.N1.eNhoa5itoIasIEtrIs5
VIENINIUI C. DENTZEEL, AdvrtisinsAgent
VAZOO RIVICR.
RECULAR YICKSBURO, YANGO AND TALLAIATORIE
RIVERS PACKET.
Leaevs ev5y TUEA DAY at 5 r. a.
F O= AZOO AND IALLAII.TNIESRIVERSH.
Thes ns- iwwwter puwNSSsr pakt Mysrtle. TIom
Witten matter Ed, 0. - dslssdsII l sssls Vis.isbssg
as SbovS for all sndinga on thb Yazoos and TdllsEStbIeissra
S An freightiIntedndedar thsIshore p5SESS s15nlS be r.kesd
to her cars Vicksburg, sv,,
hb s U~rtie . a r gul.Drl yS w oR S , M ssa. t N e " "
VIRQINIU8 U. DENTZELL, AtheLidg A Iat

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