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The steamers T. L. MleGill and Rlubicon, after
quite & lengthy retirement, have again made their
appearance at the wharf at St. Louis, to take ad.
vantage of the present low water on the lower
IMisissippi.
Capt. Ben Tabor has returned to the river, and
will assume command of the A. & M. S. S. packet
Luminary.
Mr. Hans Brown has left the Continental to ac
obpt the second clerkship of the Luminary. His
place on the Continental has been taken by Wil
Ilamn H. Chick.
a The steamer Clifton left Memphis on the 19th,
with 1,000 bales of cotton for Cincinnati.
iCapt. Will Young son of the late Capt. R. C.
Youog, of the St. Louis and New Orleans packets
Champion, Sarah, Patrick Henry, etc., was mar
n 'rtd at Moscow, on Wednesday evening, to Miss
Anna Hopple, daughter of Dr. James Hopple,late
Sof this oity.-t[iauette, 15th.
George Skimmius Smith, second mate of the
I Pauline Carroll, was drowned at the wharf at St.
Louioks, on the I7tlsY 'Ae fell into the river while
stepping from the steamer to the wharfboat, and
isltantly disappeared.
The steamerEzra Porter, Capt. James Porter,
rfsos Pltaboi' tr New' Orleans, passed Cincin
I nation the 17tlthe ilps.icf l item o'f her freight
' hirig 4;000 'plows. ShB is a new boat. Her
dra d ght of water, with'wter in the boilers and
~ del, is only 26 inglies.u She is intended for a-New
;' Orleans and Bed River packet.
a, Maxwiris, Oct. 20.-Weather cloudy. Business
F `ative at this point.
u; The Arkansas Is low, there being but three and
e, a quarter feet to Little Rock, and two feet and a
a uhslf from there to PFort Smith.
A. The Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg, with five feet
a, i the channel at Cincinnati, and at Louisville it Is
S rising, with six and a half feet in the canal.
t Business on the wharf yesterday was brisk, and
C the levee w-re the appearance of antebellum
C times. The exports of cotton were the largest of
J the season, and the receipts of merchandise were
E fair. To-day will also be a busy day.
E The navigation of the Mssissippi to this point,
a, as well as the upper rivers, has become very pre
carious by low water, and sand bars are becoming
I- quite prominent. Several steamers have been
Saground between Cairo and St. Louis lately. The
Adam Jacobs, City of Cairo, Governor Sbarkey,
and several others not drawing over six feet of
water stuck at Vancil and Widow Waters. The
bars at Plain Point and Osoeola are also getting
Sprominent.
LITTLvL ROCr, Oct. 119.-The river is low; 26
inches to Pine Bluff. A slight rain fell to-day.
Weather still cloudy.
. Caao, Oct. 19.-The river at this point is fall
I ing very slowly, and we presumeit will bestation
ary or rising to-morrow from the late rise in the
Ohio.`
The weather continues clear and plea.ant, but
s there were some indications of a change yester
0 day, in the increased temperature an4i blustering
Ssouth wind.
SBusiness was very good yesterday.
I, The Ohio is falling steadily at Pittsburg, with 5
feet scant in the channel. It is rising rapidly at
Cincinnati and Louisville. with 5 feet 6 inches
water in thepass over the falls.
o- The MtissiSsippi is not inalltog o rapidly at St.
Louis as for some days past, but the channel to
that city does not seem to be cutting oat as fast
as boatmen expected. The Adam Jacobs, the
M emphis packet which should have passed here
on Wednesday, had not arrived last night at dark.
She ran aground at Widow Beard's, 30 miles below
eSt. Louis, but did not probehbly remain loag, as a
towboat was immediately sent to her assistance.
The upper rivers are low, but seem to be nearly
i stationary.
e The Jl filled out the Mississippi with all the
y freight that'steamer wanted, filled up the wharf
boaat of the A. M. Co. with all it could hold with
d safety, and had considerable freight left to put on
da barge. After two days endeavor to rid herself
of freight she at length succeeded, and returned
to St. Louis.
'The Farsyth and Commonwealth adled, largely
here.
hire.
The Carroll, Welcome and White Cloud bad fair
tripe, and added considerable here.
,S. Lou0s, Oct. 19.-The rivers are yet on the
decline. As near as we know today, there iS to
Cairo C feet-jo Keokuk 4 feet; half of that on
the Lower 11apids; fall 4 feet in the Illinois, and
aust about 3s feef-.Edobh of the Post Boy says-
in the Missouri. Navigation is therefore more
favorable for small boats and light cargoes than
for large, and there is a strong tendenoy upwards
in freight rates. Tahing advantage of this low
water, a conaiderableanumber of stern-wheelers
are now above as well as below the rapids, and
wee v to announce elade of stern-wheelers set
trg into the Missouri, beginning with the Little
MrEtia .tdbe followed probably by the Blaokford,
Qapt. Crae. . We,caa think of no river more
reqirintg t~lhtdraft stern-wheelers just now than
ahe Missouri There are hundreds of tns onthe|
anksa begging for transportation. Receipts are
large daily, btlaness tis brak, dnd the weather
ry and pleasant. Slight premonitiona of rain
esterday.
The T. . McGill loads for New Orleans after
the Kitgoar whiceh sails to-morrow. The McGill
never Iookett so attractive. She baa comfortable
rooms that are about the largest on the river.
Her -svaets;e magnificent; her furniture the
very beat in quality. She has been repainted
handsomely, and her cabin and rooms entirely re
fitted anndtrefrnished. With her other convenf
ences, she is one of the best passenger boats that
ever left this port, and is a valuable part of the
ralroad lice. Capt. Wmi. Conley retains theaoom
mtand and 1s fortunate In securing Mr. Lee A.
Hall as thief clerk,with hi brother, Wmin. H. Hall,
s assistant.
The nwifst,commodiona and popular steamer
oeatinSelutal, Capt. N. B. Fowler, Henry Deitrich,
Sclerk, leaves for Vicksburg andNew Or
isanthtfolrenoon.
! he Olive Branch, Capt. Belt, leaves Sunday
at.rning for New Orleans.
Ci ac.atnar,,Oct. 18.-The weather yesterday
Waes clear"anid'rher, warmer than for several days
past; the ther.ameter at r . m. steood at 72 de
ree, in the shade.
The river at this point wasstill ritlag. slowly at
o'clock last evening, but it will doubtless be
fotoe ljog thIn morning. AtPittsbnrg yester
day at hobe , the river waa stll reported falling,
Wlth. feet 2 inches wRter in the channel, and
weather Blear.
Nashville papers report that there are no signs
of a vary speedy opening of navigatioauthe pre
ent season. Then umberland is sill falling with
lbout 17 ln.hes on the shoals.
Pveewas, QOetober 18.-The river continnen to
renpede steadily at this poi$t, with but 4 feet 4
nches in the channel this evening. The weather
eont{uoea leatr and 'pleasant, with heavy fogs
SLouaaL" z, Oct. 19.-The river was rIsing
.lowl eserdy,;barely two inches in twenty.
our he'wkth eighl'feet water In the canal by
he rg. The weather contlnae clear and quite
wart 1, .B.t l 4 l.honthe thermometer ranging as
Wtaas'70r,'-Thttl nearly summer temperature,
kuae are not yet eityting' the Indian summer.
t may be expeetefia November. .
Oa the falls last evening there were six feet of
eprc l ndba ae eeown the Indian chlmte and the
d"Thtela frld 'Pttsbnrg has not amountedto
otehat eth ipetales it layet to come. The
feva It O.nelanpt! at noeayesterday had risen
stwo Inahegtl the prevoons twenty-four oours,
o. Pltbuhrg it was falling, with only four
feetwateWgiht thne l. ba
A portion of thariee s t this paint was from the
,anewha, wtich had attained a stage of upwards
fifte, feet in the -channel, but was falling at
adstes. .
T'Tin late rise at Pititburg was from the Moono.
gahela, and quite a fleet of coal boats were start
ed Soith, on the rise. Thetowboat Bengal Tiger,
with six barges ladened with 120,000 bushels of
black diamonds, was included in the last bound to
New Orleans.
ST. Louas, Ocrt.20.-Onthewharf business keeps
epa very fair show of activity. Receipts of pro
duce yesterday were liberal.
At this point tle Mississippi is declining steady,
but, as the channel to Cairo t now "cutting out,"
has slight effect on the clanetl's depth, in fact,
the channel is reported as slightly improving.
S'The-Olive Branch, Capt. Belt, and John Kilgour,
'HenrySwitzertnommandar, wvas'advertisea to leave
St. Louis for New Orleans on the 20th. Also the
Btephen.Decatur, Capt. Jones. Tite steamer Con
tinental hence had arrived at Cairo on the 20ti
The river wn'stationery. Weather cloudy andt
busianess active.
The Coal Hill and Eagle puassed op the Ohio
from New Orleane with fifty barges.
SJ. M. S nnav oat La.ononcns.-This fast and
Superior pasenger packet to command of Capt.
A. Dagae, with Capt. Joe, Dalferes in the office,
leaves for the above and all coast tnudings at 10
o'olak this morning. .
ItaocaoS lio t ta.o.--Thli new lo..
reesure packet, in tommand of Cantaia
Jo Walker, Mr. Samuet F. GOreen, clerk
leave. to-day on the arrival of the 4 P. n. traiu
Soef ear from the take end of the Pontehartraln
Iaiitroad. Agent--l. C. Harris, corner of Camp
and Common etreel..
lIeo Ctr eon Han itYvm.---Thos w-ho m.a
be desirous of a safe. speedy and pleasant trip to
Jefierson and Shreveport, or any of tie interme
diate points should bear inlo mind that the passen
ger packet iron City, Capt. WV. J. McArthur com
mander, will leave thrn evening at 5 o'clock.
Those who may wish to enjoy a pleasant and com
fortable trip, cannot fail to do so by taking pass
age on the Iron City. Mr. Byron Pomroy is the
chief clerk of this steamer, and is assisted by Mr.
Emmet Strange.
CAMELIA FOR rTE WATERIeG PLACES.-The
new, fast and splendid low pressure passenger
packet leaves the Lake end, on the arrival of tihe
9 A. M. train of cars for the above. Capt. Geo.
Blakesley is in command, and Mr. John Otway
the efficient parser.
NAVIO ronR FOR RED R.ERn.-This fine light
droft passenger steamner, under command of the
experienced Capt. G. L. Kounna, leaves this eve
ning for Shreveport and all intermediate landings.
The Navigator has a neat cabin and excellent
passenger accommodations. Her friends are nu
merous and will not forget her. She leaves pre
cisely at P. Mn. to-day. Mr. C. P. Troslow is the
efficient clerk of the Navigator, and is assisted by
Mr. R. Campbell.
R. E. Lea--epress Passenger Packed for
Vickeburg.-To.day at 5 oaclock, the new, spun
did end swift passenger pnacket R. E. Lee, Capt.
J. W. Cannon, commander, will leave for the
above and way points. The R. E. Lee is a large
and commodious steamer, and a veryfast craft.
Her cabin is a model of neatness. We warmly
commend the R. E. Lee and her officers to travel
ers bound up the river to-day. They oonldn't find
a better boat by waiting a month, and they may
rely on being taken throngh on quick time, and
enjoying themselves. Cant, J. W. Cannon, her
commander, and Messrs. 'mith, McVay, Mossop
and Porter, her clerks, are well known as efficient
and safe eteamboatmen.
Mississappr-Atlanticand-tississippi.Steamship
Company's Line for St. Louis.-This large, ele
gant and favorite passenger packet, in command
of Capt. A. J. Carter, and Mr. J. D. Malta, clerk,
leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for the above,
connecting-at Memohis. Cairo and St. Louis with
the railroads for all points East and West. Her
cabin is large and her staterooms fitted up with
every convenience, while she never fails to take
herpassengers througk on "time." Sheisstaunch,
fleet and perfect, as a passenger packet, and en
joys a wide-spread popularity as a safe and reli
abile boat.
nrinu ntelUiig fe.
Co1ncsne Orrles. No. 94 Coe Sraor, 2
S Toedny. Oc1ber 03, 1564.
Olsnred Yesterdny.
Steamship Raleigh, Walker, for New York,
Jas Connoly &co
Ship Castine, Thurston, for Havre,
Creevy, Nickerson &co
Arrived Testerday.
Steqmship Marmion, Hazard, from New York,
13th lunst, to D lMcCoard-2d district
Steamship Agnes, Bourne, from New York, 14th
inst, in ballast, to Jas Cdnnoly &co--lst dis 16
Ship Fannie Larrabee, Randall, 13 days from Phil
adelphia, to G W Hynson &co-3d district 44
TOWBOATS.
Tillie C Jewitt, McCormick, from the Passes
Towed down and to sea, barks Tuscano, Con
quest and G W Horton-Brought up ship Fan
nie Larrabee
STEAMBOATS.
Robt E Lee, Cannon, from Vicksburg.
Nina Simmes, Greathouse. from Bayou Sara.
Mittie Stephens, Langhorne, from Shreveport.
Caddo, Jacobs, from Shreveport.
New Era, Aucoin, from Thibodaux.
A G Brown, Siewerd, from Fort Jackson.
Benefit, English, frou Mlobile-Basin.
Live Oak, Bassett, from Fort Jackson.
Sarah, Henthorn, from Mobile--Basin.
Frances, Walker, from Mobile--P RR.
Spoken.
By Capt Bourne, of steamship Agnes, on the 19th
inet, 200 miles S E from Southwest Pass, steam
ship Euterpe, from New York, for Galveston.
Ma.lne Disasters.
The brig John Hastings, of New York, reported
by steamship Champion as having been seen aban
doned at sea, was from Rockport, Maine, bound
to New Orleans. She was 412 tons register, and
was partially owned tm New York city.
Domestle Ports.
New York, Oct 16-Cleared for New Orleans,
ship Therese, Mludgett, and bark Leonidas, How
ard.
Boston, Oct 15-Cleared for Galveston, the brig
Aurate, Davis.
,Philadelphia, Oct 15-Cleared for Mobile, Sara
nak, Rowland-for Liverpool, via Mobile.
Forelgn Ports.
Liverpool, Oct 3-Sailed for Mobile, ship David
Cannon, Walsh; for New Orleans, steamship Fire
Queen, Williamson. 4th---ailed for New Orleans,
steamship Pacific, Steele, and ships Emma, Rich,
and Josn Sidney, Hall.
Off Holyhead, Oct 3-Ship Norway, Coombs,
from Liverpool, bound for Mobile.
Exports Yesterday.
NEW YORK-Steamship Raleigh-1162 bales of
cotton n 71 bbl pork 356 bhs mdse
BHAVRE-Ship Castine-3210 bales cotton 2000
staves 50 bbls rosin 5 bxs wax 1 cases mdse
Imports Testerday.
MOBILE-Steamer Sarah-75 bales cotton to
H Ware & Bro-22 do H W Farley &co-25 do H
McColl-13 Yeatman & Wheless--10 Lowe & Big
non-9 Battle & Noble-sundries to order--Total
154 bales cotton
MOBILE-Steamer Frances--Sundries to ordea
NEW YORK-Steamship MIarmion-Astd mdse
PHILADELPHIA-Ship Fannie Larrabee-As.
sorted mdse
MOBILE-Steamer Benefit-Lumber to order
Qoaslunees.
Per steamship Marmion, from New York-J
W Blanks &co-E Lieberman-Pecott & Platt-H
Liberman--A Broussean &co--Henry Hammit-A
Cbapsky-Coffin, Lee &co-Wallace &co-Chas
Sadder-Barnes, Ward &co-W Groetsoh-H H
Wulff-J S Aitkens & Son--W G Lyon &co--H P
Bcbley--J Stern--G A Fosdick--Stewart, Hyde
&Ao-J A Braselman &c C H Slocomb-E Sa.
ter-Katz & Barnett-R Pitkin-C C Sampson--M
Bauche--Atlantio and Miss S S Co-Mme Gauche
A P Demlt-Spencer &co--E C Palmer &co--J B
Oretelle-Sentell & Prather-J C Rogers &co--E
Leroy-S L Nassits & Bro--G & T F Searing-Gee
W Blzer-L Bloom--'Laccy, Terry &co-I C Harris
Levi& Navra--S E Moore &co- J W Barbridge &
co-Rice Bros &co-A Lanata-Plaggio Bros-A
agan--Jas Gonegal--King & Moses-E Giquel
prosper Reber--D 0 Jonseton--E Thompson Aceo
J Syme &co-J Chaffe & Bro-J C Rogers &co
Jno T Moore--Cerf & Meyer-R L'Adams--M B
Nedhslmer-F J Quinlan &co--H Spiro &co-Jos
Berzog-D R Carroll &co-Block & Britten--L
Uter-M Friedman &co-Stern Bros-S H Goetze]
Lichtenetlen Bros-A Eustis-Meyer, Weis &co
A Ellis-A J Back &co-Brulatour &co-Patton &
Wilson--Priee Hne & Tapper-T B Bodley &co
Given, Watts &co---Folger &o--E J Hart &co
C Janbert-T e& Henderson-E Trolsgrs--Small
Aco-Wm Btumpfel-P J Christian &So-Vincelnt
Aco--Stapleton Ao--Horter, Peterson & Penner
CoH Zmmerman--B J West-CarrIere & Logan
Tarte &oo--ThornhlLl & Rchardson- Tally-Bo.
bet & Gueydan-H J Mullen &oo-LMoulor-H La
Gendre-E Loeb &eo-- Pinaad-- Pritchard-V
Backes--ayre, Plumb &eo--W C Mitchell--H D
MoGinnis &eo-E Ezekiel-Stewart, Hyde &co--L
Schwartz--Katez Barntt-A Koenig- B Pifet
Kern & Fellman--R Pitin--J R Powell-Kendall,
Holbrook &oo-- Newhall-Carroll, Hoy &co
J H Carter-Cohen Endell--A Annan--Frank,
Straiton & Hirsch-Payne, Huntington &co--D
--Iloomield & Steel--H I Seibrcht-L Elkin-
Wallace &co-.S B Newman &co--Swenson, Per
kins &co-W & J MeCracken--W G Lyon &eo--A
Rousset-Hamilton & Banksh--L W Lyons &co--F
Dohan-Taylor, McElroy &eo-Livlngestt & Par.
kias--Roiman &co--Baronett & Shepard--.lJ J Barr
Leon Pierre &co--Meyer & Roseuthal-V Pessoue
King &co--Henderson, Peale &co-P Schwartz &
co--Griffin & Porch--E Shleroman c--A lChapsky
F Rimailho & Espenan--J 4' Champlio--F Riicert
P Gollaher-Bidwell, Payoe &o--S D Moody Aco
H H Hedden &co--F F Wllker &co-S W Ioyt
E Wllick--G M Bayly .co-C B &co - Turnelli &
co--Eaton & Borstow--J \VGoslee-ll-M Kernan &
co--C E Cato &co-Grieff & Byrnes--l Pritchard
F Van Bentlmysen &co- Meyer. IDeutclh & Wei
Rand, Zeller &eo--E Falks-J WV Buebridge &io
E W Turner--Dreylus Bros Aco-Peet, Si.mms &co
F J Herron--Hrrison& Downing--Keeie & Hogan
Forchelmer & Haber-M W Smith--M Reioan--Bl
Plffet-J Macheca-A Roos--Girard & Couteus
A Sarrat &cao-W C TomlAkios &co--H Stemberg
Rea Bros--K 0 Simon--T & S Henderson--F A H
&co--Lchtenstein Bros--R Bleakley &co-J Hey
man-W Vanteatbuysen-W H Letchford Aco-ID
S &co-McStea, Value &co--E Thompson &co
A D Grleff--G W Baneker &co-Katz & Barnsett
G N Morison-Harvey. McMahoo &co--J Ryback
Wheelock, Finlay & Ball-Cam!mQan &co--Pour.
sloe ce --Senhworlz, K Aeo---soggeratle & Frohl -
rt:e hdldre, Andereon eo--GrifeieA P ,rchl--l-iium
cSre &co -_ & W Croaor--Shalnon, Lewis Ate
J C Johnson-C- CaLpieer &e o- F ('raigin-J W
Person--J lsayer & Sons---F'ichels & hlose--Levy
SEolalnder--Hl Goldlan--l'eest, SuOsis sco-C
G Sawtellc-J Marlls-- ulor & DI)ulistro--H H
Wlft-- Kaufolan Blros--. Heath-- W Mcluff &co
Southern Express--L Marclnd-- R M Denman &
co--E C Maiger--Js Siner and othelrs
Per ship Fannie Larribee, Irom Philadelphia-
Tsaacson, Seixas &co-H lllatse&eo-Phelps, 'ar
ker &co-Horrell, ;yle &co--Cooner & Seixas
J J Barr-E M Ivens &Aco--Sa Locke-J Hender
son--J Hague--E J [lart &co-- H Slocomb-F: A
Gerdes &co--Wheelock, Finlay & tall-J A lia
quie-Slark. Stautter &co--Kursledt & Bienvenu
r Jaqset-l O Czrnowski--F Toeblemao & Peters
Rico eBros &eo-La & Texas Stve Co-T Paderas
J P Thomas--Leeds &co--Webster &co--Col E M
Yerger-L Meirtre-F Francesques-C Schneider
A Bertel, agt-W P Converse jr-Zerega &co-C
M Soria &co--H H Hassel--F J Vanlibber--J H
Keep & Hogan-Wang & .lcGrath-Horter, Peter
son & FPenner-and order
Reeelpts of Produce Yesterday.
VICKSBCRG--Steamer Robt E Lee--295 bales
cotton Ober, Atwater &co-259 do S B Newman &
co-208 F J Herron--100 Lacy, Terry &co-93 to
Meyer, Dentch & Weis-9O Wright, Allen &co-87
Given, Watts &co--2 Buckner &co--79 do Vose &
Lobdell--65 T H & J M Allen-63 do Woods, lat
thews &co--59 R Pritchard-.56 Hogan & Patton
54 J J Mitchell-53 Payne, Huntington &co--A to
M Gillis &co--48 D R Carroll &co-4-7 J L Lee A&co
48 Dennis & Lewis--47 Schneider & Zuberbier-47
J W Champlin-42 Henderson, Peale &co-41 do
Newman & Buckingham-36 Oscar Bercier--40 do
Howard, Prestons & Barrett-33 Garrard & Craig
33 J P Harrison & Son-30 Elliott & McKeever-32
S H Aby &co-30 Clinton & Richards-29 Hunting
ton Bros--26 A F Dunbar-25 J Watt &co-25 do
Summers & Brannins-22 Hunt & Macaulay-21 do
Hirsch & Wallace-19 Thornhill & Richardson-19
W S Wheeler-19 Ar Miltenberger-19 [McLean &
Tarleton-18 Ricks, Hall & Weatherly-16 C Gal
lagher-18 S O & T A Nelson &co-15 J Barnett &
co-15 Kern & Shearer-10 Jno Williams & Son
1, Boyd. olelean & Grabam-10 Byrne, Vance &
co-12 I IJ Zuntz--12 Schroder & Schreiber--10
P W J Wheeless &co-10 W J Robson-12 Winston.
SMorrison &co-9 J It Powell--9 H T Lonsdale-9
J P Higgins &co-9- J N Harding-O H Allison &co
8 Lonogstret, Owen &co-S W B Wheeler--8 3ar
tin & Butts-7 Meyer, Weis &co--7 Thos MI Scott
&co-7 A Miltenberger &co-G- Jonas & Eggleston
SSH Kennedy &co--6 Arrigton & Elmer--6 do
Butler, Terry &co--6 Nalle, Day &go-G- E W Bur.
bank-6 Kahn, Adler &co-6- C N Worthington--5
O Broussard-5 Friedlander & Gerson-4 Randall
&co-4 Pilcher & Barrow-4 R L Adams-4 L Le
vy-4 Harvey, IeMHlMo &eo-4 J A Montgomery
3 DIcDowell t Ngent-n 3 Levy & laas-3 Bruln
& Waldkirck-3 J J Mlichie &0o--3 S Whited &co
3 R L Walker-2 Hewitt, Norton co--2 do W B
Tollis-1 Carroll, Hey &co--1 Valthall &cto- do
Voisin & Drouet-1 Clarke &co-sundries to order
Total 2839 bales cotton
BAYOU SA RA-Steamer Nina Simmes-58 bales
cotton J L Lee &co--is Flower & Maes -35 do to
, Jurey & Harris-15 Given, Watts &co-1- Barnett
& Shepard-34 F J Herrou-12 Wright, Allen Aco
h 14 Hy Von Phul jr co-17 Kahn, Adler &co-10
6 J B ribble-10 A F Dunhar--18 A Miltenberger
A- &coo-10 Nalle. Day &o-l11 S Whited &co-15
Carl & Brauer-410 Ar Miltenberger-36 R Pritch
ard-13 Schneider & Zuberbier-7 Ben Toledano
6 Scale, Cololb &co--1 C N Worthington--2 do
Block Bros-7 a l Greible--6 Randall Aco-8 do to
C Gallagher-t7 A Levi--S Greeen,Oglesby &co-3
J W Burbridge &cs-4 S H Aby &co-S J N Jack
son-5 Clinton &A Richards--4 Payne, Huntington
&eo- Byrne, Vance &co-9 S N Moody-4l Vose
& Lobdell--7 Bouligny & Esclaplsn-2 0 Broussard
4 D R Carroll &co-- Mcl)owell & Nugent-10 do
H T Lousdale--5 d"s Newman & Bluckiigham-F106
sks seed cotton A A Magissit-.23 Trheos Laurence
26 sks seed cotton Cass I)o-rlitoo-14 do Seward
& Glynn--10 H Kl.p peberg- 14 t I'e-sou-- do
Seale, Colomb S·lA--l Church & Dteuillt-- do
P 3rastpero--10 Illon--l E L Schil' Fcao--sn
dries to order-Total 525 bales cotoe 10t sks of
seed cotton
THIIIODAUX-Slieamer Nsew Era--35 hales of
cotton J I Adaems &co-29 r do y 'rtH--2i do to
F J DaSilva-ls Th,smas & Foley--l 6 E tV tosedd
16 Boalirnr i- Eselapa-- I A i Charpensetier
R Blrnier-17 Harveye Ic sLahOn &ce-3 L Grande
&-co-5d J I pirlhi- J By Vson Phuljr Acs--5 doe
Boutrgeois--4 Scale, loenb &o --l do lsaaesn
Seixas-3 Alius, Sehlrei & A ely-- I taoJ B,-than
court-3 Newmar & BNckicglhm-5ds d, 2 half-bbls
syrup to 1lasclhin & Giraud--e;t sks seed cotton to
E W Rodd-27 do 1i Brugier--n 5 do- to Bouligny &
Esclapon-10 do Gilhmer, Hopkins &cn--2 tiles of
moss HB Tete-2- do ,I B Gertard-i A F Itickman
12 hf-heles moss J It 3lsers-- F6 sks cotton seed
A A hlageiTs-a220 do J Betehastort--212 do to
S G Fairclhild- 48 do J Dalleres--t hbls pecans to
Hy Tete--t do Kcrner-- do t Kay--5 P Grande
4 P Maspero-1- J A Backlass--I 1 A GOsanavet
1 WV Mieers-4 F Cherot-3 L Terrebonne--3 do
L Surle--3 D'Autry & Nicoli--i do 13,1)01 shingles
I J I Adams &co--sundries to order-Total 212 his
1ottoim 120 rh. seed cotton
SHiREVEPORT-Steamer Cadeto-26 bales cot
ton P -I Foley-26r do, aeiant -& ocalao--23 do to
J W Barbridge &co-22 Jdo T L irdies &2co-30 do
Childers, Tarleton &co--0 J ClMfifB & Bro-20 J C
d Elstner--l Jno Phclls &-co--15 H care & Son
17 Cummings, Brown Ar&--14 Stevenson & May
12 Speake & Buckner-12 \\'ells Bros--12 do ( W
oest--1 Longstreet, Owen &c--7 Carroll, N toy
&co--7 Conner & Seias-- 5 do A Ft Lisso-5 do to
R K Walker &co--i do Lee Crandall &-co3 do to
Ar Siltenberger--tF L & P Eldrige--2 Wilkinson
& Raeliel--1 do J B Grilble--llales wovol H Ware
& San-1 bales e moss A Dunbar--sundries to or
der-Total 324 bales cotton
f SHREVEPORT--Steamer ittle Stephlens-4
hales cotton J Chaln e & Bro--24 H Ware Is Bro
S22 J C Elstner--20 C L Walmsley &t o--16 do to
Darby, iMoton A&ce--lt Ar Miltesberger-- do to
Wood, Low & Ludwigsen-S- Meed &A Newton-
Bower Garesner--, iven Wattas &co-5 Ben Tol
edano-l J D Blair &co--l Aleus, Seherck & Au
Stey--4 do 1 se wool to Meyer, Deutel & Weis--l
I sks seed cotton Bouligny & Eselalnn--ll head of
cattle Stoner & Turner--i sit les Taylor ros--35
I males T G Noel-sundries to order-Total 185 bls
cotton b8 sks seed cotton
FORT JACKSON-Steamer Live Oak--2 sacks
potatoes J C Wilon--10 bbls potatoes 12 sks seed
Scotton Wilkinson & Rachel-- do 25 bbls rice to
F Martin--19 do J David--6 bobs leenns J dlache
ca-70 bbls rice 10 sks seed cotton Jas Urquhart
sundries to order-Total 26 sks seed colttol
FORT JACKSON-Steamer A G lBrown-22
sks potatoes Martin, Dsllhonde A Cobb--7 sks seed
J cotton J M Urqnhart-6 bales hay ScJ bbls rice A
I D Salvant-39 do F Martin--1 blbl lemonas hhds
kdo R Tramontana-sundries to order
Receipts by Batlroads.
N. 0.. J. & G. N. RR.R.-Oct 22-49 hales of
cotton J R Powell--10 M J Zunts-5 J L Lee &co
12 Thornhill & Richardson-26 T H & J M Allen
41 Carroll, Hoy &co-9 Greene, Oglelsby&co--1
Hamilton & Banks-32 Alcn, Scherck & Autey-.
2 R L Walker-15 Parhan & Bluoot-4 C Roberts
1 Pinckard & Steele--5 S H Aby &co-3 doEllis &
Chamberlin-7 Levy. Dieter &co-2 Jno T Hardie
&co-4 Warren, Crawford &co--35 R Pritchard-4
Given, Watts &co-8 Payne, Huntington Aco--5 B
B Harper &co-2 Merritt. Dunham. McKinnell &co
5 Byrne, Vance &co--29 H Allison kco-23 do M
Hillar &co-2 Randall &co-- J B Gribble-5 do
WA Jolhnson &co--1 Henderson, Peale &cor-6
Bower & Garner-4 W J Prierson &co-- do Wells
Bros-2 Brooks, Macdonald &co-2 Lacey, Terry
&co-4200 feet lumber J B Gubernator-4000 do
Baker & Adams-sundries to order-Total 858 his
cotton
N. 0., O. & G. W. R. R.-Oct 22-10 hales of
cotton Abat & Generes-? lHewitt, Norton &co-6
Lapene & Ferre-4 G Sabatier--1 J B Gerard-
Flower & Maee-1 Sehroder & Schricber-1 do to
Copes & Dlboli--1 bales 0oss Lery & Shearer--6
do Montagne & Carlonss-2t sks seed cotton. to J A
Bonnafon-5 bhbls pecans and sandries J B Gerard
3500 feet lnmber to S Boudrecu-271 head cattle
to order--9 sks potatoes I bbls pecans 1M Lefort
3 Lbbls pecans 2 sks do 7 she rice I do peas and
sundries I, Suorle--l hbls rice I Labhousquere--su
dries to orer-ToSal 38 bales cotton
TOWBOATS.
F. LINE.
CO POE TD OF TIlE FOLLOWING POWRFUCL
SIDE-WIIEEL AND PRIOPELLERL TOWBOATS :
Achlties, Slde-wheel, Capt. BOWEHN.
NEW BOAT BUILDING. Side-wheal, c PT. LANE.
NEW BOAT BUILD)INi, Side-wheel. CAl'T. LOMBARD.
,Eqrator, Propeller, (APT. WARREN.
WabIash, ,'perllor, CAP'. MELVILLE.
Reptubll. Propeller, APT'P. TU RTEVANT.
Wienae, Propeller, CAPT. FAI.LETT.
Teeunaeh, Propel:er, CAPT. SO.IELLENGEOR.
Norman, Propepcr, C.aPT'. CO(lOKEY.
Rellance, Propeller, CAPT. AVERILL
The heldlles hlving l.rge deck e .pacity, is well adapted for
lighteringout.lde the Bar.
The Wabash, Norman and Reliance have powerful Steam
Engines, and 'Pumps capableo fr throwing, at lowest speed
500 gallon, of water per minute.
The number anld well.kewn power of these boats, denon
atrated last season, is a paoraoteo t'ntt no unuoaessry delay
will occurat the Bar.
For terms of toa.re lglhterag, or ase of pumps, app'vto
a
STEAMSHIPS---STEAMSHIPS.
NE1W r ojY.K.
FOR NEW YORiK DIRECr.
NEW YORK MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S STAR
LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.
Forming a Regular Semi-Weekly Line of Fine Oceau Steam
bhips.
FOE NEW YORK DIRECT-THE FINE
Ocean Steamships-
MORNING STAR.....'tl tons....Nelson, Commande.
GUIDING STAR......0h tons....erry, Commander.
MISSISSIPPI.......... 22 tons....Sumnner, Commander.
MERRIMAOK......... 2 F tou ....Vanoece, Commander.
HAVANA ..............0,0 totn....Furber, Commander.
MONTEREY..........1400 tons....Whitman, Commander.
MARIPOSA............1400 tons....Quick, Commander.
MATANZAS...... .....1400 tons.....- , Commander.
MISSOURI ............. la tons....-, commander.
The steamship
QUICK, CommOnder,
WI leave on WEDNESDAY, October 21, at 8 A. S., from the
Company's Wharf, in front of Jacksen Squmae.
The steamship
Eleelealppl.
SUMNER, Commander,
Will leave on SATURDAY, October 27th, at 8 o'clock A. M.,
from the Company's wharf, In front of Jackson Square
S.elghtewllbesree.mvd by this Line upon the Comptny's
Wna, at all time d turing bulaness hour, and the rateS for
freight and payeagOwll be as low ae by any other regular
For freight or paeage apply to
WILLIAM CREEVY, Agent,
3 OCarondelet street, New Orleans.
0. K GARRISON, President,
I Bowliong Oreen troet, New York.
ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STFAMSIIIP COMPANY.
To sall on TUESDAY, 24d inst., at9 A. g.
FOR NEW YORK-THE NEW AND SPLENDID
sidewheeltetamtihip
Rttleigh,
0. 3. WALKER, Commoader,
Will leave her wharf, foot of Jackson stre et, as above.
For freight or passage, having superior tato-room accom
modations, apply to JAMES CONNOLY .& CO.,
, Ptydras tret.
FOR NEW YORK.
CROMWELL'S N. Y. AND N. O. STEAMISHIP LINE.
To sail on THURSDAY, Oct. 25, at 6 r. t.
FOR NEW YORK-THE FAST AND REGO .
tlur steamsbip
Geo. Cromweltl,
E. E. VAILL, Commander,
Will leave her wharf, foot of Toulouse stret, Selcnd District,
as above.
Frst Cabin Pasage. ............ .. ............
For treight or passage apply to
ALFRED MOULTON,
al Caro-dele -street.
, FOR NEW YORK.
BLACK STAR UIE OF STEAMSHIPS.
To sailon SATURDAY, Oct. 27, at 7 1. u.
FOR NEW YORK-THE SPLENDID STEAM
,bip
L. L. IIAZZARD, Master,
Will leave a above, from whl , fo. ot of Conti stret
For freight or passage apply to
DAVID McCOARID, 102 C)omuoon street.
GALVEfSTON-- IN DIAlNLA.
FOR GkLVESTON.
FIRST CABIN PASSAGE .... ........................ 15
ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHSIP COMPANY.
To sail on TUESDAY, October 23, at r. A.
Will lee her whar, foot of St. Joseph stret, as above.
For freight or passage, having superior stateroom accommo
dutions, apply to
JAS. CONO lY & CO., Agent,. i Poydmi street.
FOR OALYESTN, INXIANSOLA AND LAVACA.
MORGAN LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAISHIPS.
Leaves on TUESDAY, 231 inst, at 8 A. ix
CABIN PASSAGE TO GALVESTON.....6..........15.
Prellgt to OiGalveston taken at half i- of card rates,.
Freight delivered a LavacaL tree uof lighteralge.
F OR GALVESTON. INDIANOLA AND LA
i. sa.-TAe low piressur, aderteeiA iron steamship
Morgl-u,
JoHN Y. LAWLESS, Commander.
Wllfleave a1bove, from the tot of St, Joseph street.
For freight or passage apply to
I. C. HARRIS, Agsnt,
Comer Camp and t-lotuo streets.
BRAZOS SANTIAGO.
FOR BRAZOS SANTIAGO.
MORGAN LINE U. S. MAIL STEARMSIPS.
Leaves on SUNDAY. Oct. 29. at 8 A. a.
UOR B.AZOS SANTIAGO-THE IRON
low-pressure sid-wheel steamship
1t. Mary,
TRIPP, Commander,
WilUleave a above, from the foot of St. Joseph street, car
rylng the U. S. mails.
For freight or .pasage, having elegant accommodations
applyto 1 L. HARRIS,
Corner Camp and Com onotrerts.
BALTIIMOHRE.
THE BALTIMORE AND HIAVANA STEAMSHIP COM
PANY.
REGULAR SEMI-MONTHLY LINE.
Leaves on SATURDAY, October 27, at 6 P. 1, precisely.
FOR BALTIMORE, VIA HAVANA
AND KEY WEST, carrying the United States malls.
THROUGH TICKETS TO NEW YORK...............a
This Line comprises the following rst-el.as steamships :
LIBERTY...... 1200 tos..... Wm. oll1ns. Commander.
CUBA ..........100 tonl.....Tho., A. Biat, Commander.
The steamshipCuba will sail for Baltimore, via Havan
and sey BWest, a above.
For freight or UIIasb e, ha1 "n unurpased accommoda"
tone a.pply to WIT.RESPONf HA R,5E AletI.,
29 Crlande et 1treet.
N. B.-No hills of lading hut those of tlhe Comlllany will he
slgned Permits for fretliht mult he procured from this
office No freight received, or bills of lading signed, after 12
o'clock on day of ail ,g.
LIVElRPOOL.
EMIGRATION ................ E IGRATION
C. GRIMSHAW & CO.'S LIVERPOOL BLACK STAR
fINE lOF PACKLET S[IPS TO
NEW ORLEANS.
The attentlion of the pe ,pe of the South is directed to the
great facilities aorded by C. Grimhnaw & CII. for the trans.
mision oF passeners to New Orleans at a chemo rate. Thle
sbips ore orahrge tuluage, and sail t stated intervals during
brrangement1 wlll be entred into witl planters and others,
by wUhich effi,.iit !aioor con be obtainAed.
Rmlnuttances or Drnfts iiued on Enlanl, and on the Roy a
hank ofIreland, payable at any bank in leland, ium fr lom
Twu Polned, SiR 'in. and up0ardll.
Every- itnorm ioun oill be gie1 n n plication by lette
Applypto C. G1kIHlSHAW & CJ.,
4 anld 5 Ilari,;rave'llauildtt*g,
Clh 'pA street, Lierpeool.
Or to, D. D)OWD, Agent,
her l vrt , n i. %,d ,I sail wih tI.l.tch J oir . t lllnee o
Ielight apply to hlBLY. 1, I. tJ, & CIO ,
1 46 tr t a'r et , reet.
QtRI AUI.T & CO1).'s
SYRUP OF FERRUGINOUS PERUVIAN BARK.
COheml3 s t1 H. R. I11. rince N,1 p ll.,nI, 4 rl Richelien, Paris,
"ris, p.,lpharaI lina Ch h gre1l t Colo, 01 , Pobli 0 two
mo t Pawrrarl tonics kvnlwu hr t.l,r medtril worht, Or ,,,fct
limpldlty, and a.reenble itsP"! tlla ,'ynp is tOken with plealnre
anrd ,aits the mo.t ,rlielt. #.o maerla.
It i,. pr 0,11lle'e th,, WiRRINtIII S, TONIh C which
Nh hu0s be ad Spiulsred to lual. fif deli halton0, n. r o
to chilren of a aeak constitntiun ; and is particularly e,,u
nloyed In the treatment of Chalornais. AnePne4a Pal" lly.
,h.m.i, Gastric", o aatralae. Whho* Tl~anorrhelt. Debilit
*' ... . ' o,.gA. g.,T0!.-: ,LOC~:A .lth,.l',orei,
:a; li+, ine'.A k f.B~ ,:1 "9,tn ~ t e
STEAMBBOATs----ST'EAMBOATS.
MtR') S3EL O..I1
FOI MOBILE DIRECT.
MORGAN DAILY LINE U. 0. MAIL STEAMERS.
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leaves TUESDAY, Oct. 23d, ol tie arrival of the 4 P. u.
Iontchartrain Railroad train.
FOIL MOBILE DIMrECT--TIIE NEW IRON
l'.pLIpressure sido-whlel steaIer
Frances,
JO0. tM. WALKER, Commander.
Will 101e a abosve; carrynLg the U.. . alls.
On and alter Sunday, the l1st inst.. the Sunday trips to
MobilI will be resumed by the Mall Liuo.
For treight or pasage apply to I. C. HARRIS,
Corner Camp and Common streets.
VVATERING PLACES.
SBR SHOBE LIRE.
FALL ARRANGEMENT.
ATERHING PLACEBS-BAY ST. LOUIS, PASS
Chrastlan, Missslippi City, Biloxl and Ocean Sprilng and
I'ascagoula on Sarturdlays.
The elegst and ry faIt ow presure steamer
stme5ll,
GEORGE J. BLAKESLEY, Mataer,
Wild hereaftr continue her trips as tollows:
TUESDAYS....9o'clock A. M. Pontchartrain R. BS Trid.
THURSDAY, 9 o'clock A. .
SATURDAYS, 4 o'clock. r.
Rturning, wlIllLeao on
WEDNESDAY MORNING,
FRIDAY MORNING.
SUNDAY EVENING.
On Saturday will extend her trip.4o Pascagoula, returning
Sunday.
TEs above trip, and departure. will be regularly made, un.
For further llormatln apply to
COHEN Mt. SORIA. 10 OC.LLdI, 1treet.
RED RIVER.
LeaLL eLI oi TUESDAY, B3d Just., IatI . x.
FOR JIE FFEIR O'. tFIREYEP ORT I GRIND
SILre, Alexandria. N man's BHrbu', anL d aII u inter
mediate pnint. un Red Rllher--Thes elegaht Ai ttasenger
rocket Iron Ctgy, W. J. McArirur muster, C ro a F mers y
clerk, will lIae as bove. IfurLei or LLh as sage nap o
board, or to JOIIN F. DOUGLLSS , I0 l mmn treet.
o V. M. SURLS. A I.gent, o. i: Canal street.
GEO D. RI'TE. 17 tIChotoPIhLIsISntrees.
VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEL., Adarlising Agent.
SlIIRE'lEPOIg I'I CKET CUOMPANY.
LeaveL on TUESDA.Y, 23d Iinst., at S P. x., l'oritiely.
MORr InIREVRPORT, JE. FFERSfINO ANDA
JN wy points1--The flus. t', t, ltiitch p:a.ssemtr . ca uer
Nltwlt.Ittor·. Kounl Indter, ouTruwlan, ( ues y lino
boaut) son no , g wl5B l ] rillluS'B I.h i tej ,i G sltm r It
ihrs IsLrt. flr JeLfrIrson. TmolthrLug-, LhLr dIas. Fur
Ltruugl bills I nd ti rIes appyI to
G, L. IL/L ,E BSRO, 59 C,,ILmmil stlreet.
Returnling. he Navigator will eave SlLrevelrt Taesday the
:30tL inL t at I LI. I.. rand IEcLre, 'ecI rIeLL II3rs at 5Lp. L.,
Ae I.l I. ThuIday lLL,L at 9 a. L, llrbn, mllld Norn S 'LL
8amealby at3 i). um p ql, dIowan the coast in dlvlg:ht Flriday
IlLe -2 , ist. RIllI of llul g el g5 aLLtihL o:licJLL' I. L.
K~oun s IRrotlhor.
VIRIGNIUS C. DEN'TZEL, AdvesrtisIRl AgeInt.
NEWY OERLLLS AND SIIIIIUVEIIIB TES DAY EX.
I'KELSS IASSENGEKR IACKET.
Leavesr on WEDNESDAY. 2h inst., at 5 r. L.
F OR SISEEVIEPU IET, GRAND IBAYOU, 'AMP
ILte, Grand ELoreL L y,lItly, TlLoath at' ('sile River'
Cotile, Alexandria, Norman's and Brl in'2 IILtnliugS, and
all illtermedito landiing onII Red Lrivr--TIIe fast, sIIIdLILIe
passenger packet
EISttle StephenL,*
MAURICE LANGIIORNE, MaLste; MI. N. CARPENTER,
Clerk:
WTill l.Lve asaLLove. Fr fIregliht or Ipassg, aIpplyon borS ,
or. t JNO. RIBE.TSISM. 70) TLhoupitLi sltreet.
or N. O. DONOIUEC. 2ITchoutoiLLILIL street.
.i. L. TI CS, 121 Idh Levese strieet.i
The 3Iittle StiepIhi will take frLight iLr,, JeLfrson, witlh
privilSgol , rehIiplmlg
VIRG.INIUS C. DENTZEL. Adlve.rtisig Agent.
LeLave on TIICRSDA.Y, Oct. Y5, t 5 P. x.
FO . JEFFEIYSOI, SHB U'E IORT, (;RAND
Er,. St.,lulnrice. t LIIe, AlLLndir., NLrLnluI"LI. ,1rb51's
and IlIl int'LLreiteL ILndings L n RB d I tIri--'Iho l,.IS aLter
I'tltSL ('lLddS, TILLru I .ISLLIIS. nLILLIL, XII.'. H.aLL,
lerk, wiL leav I a, isove. For reiLghLt or pasBa apply un
board, or to
CELLOS I GWARTNEY. 13 FIront 1treet.
The Caddn i lw waiter pclit, draws os lIyL 1 incLIhes
liahE, and arlnLs Al In all InIsurI n e LIeIlS
VIRGINIUS C. DEYTZEL. AdvertLis.g ApSel.
Leaves on THURSDAY, 25th inst., at 5 P. .
OR JEpFFERON, SHIREVEI'OIT. GRAND S
Ecour, St. CaurLe, GrlCo, Aleandria, NemiaN,'om Bxl
b bin'ad and ll way hmdlS on Red Itliver--Tho low-water
Locket Alrex. pear, J.ohn \W. HAhit, master. W T.
ilhbm, clerkh, willleavo as above, .ling trgogh bills
.ithls.t privilege of resO[llPlIg. For freight r pass.age apply5
n boarsd, ar to N.O. DNKIIOUE. r T, elupitulnas rtret.
WALKER A FtIiIER,
N,, T Carondelet street.
The Alex. Spoor is lo-s-water prketS drwn oonly twelve
rnch·r light andl tands A ion all l n enue offiPec.
VIRGIRIUN E . DN't'hlZ. AOvertling Agent
NEW ORLEANS, ALEXANDRIA AND SHREVEPORT
LOW WATER TRI-REEKLY PACKET LINE.
Leaves Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY,
at 5P. A.t
FOR SHREVEPORT,- GRAND BAYOU,
Conchattla, Campte, Grand Eosre., Alexandrisa Norman.'.
Barbin's, and allway landings.-The fullgsing steames will
leaves punctally ae follows :
TUESDAYS.
LadRs Gra ce, S. W. IAMMOND, Master.
aslototor, BEN. R. KIOUNS, Metoir.
TIIURSDAYS.
Caddo, T. JACOBS, Master.
Eluors, B, WATSON, Master.
SATURDAYS.
I[. A. Homeyer, R. SINNOTT, Master.
CubA, W. T. BOARDMAN, Mlster.
F t ofeight or pssge apply on boar, or to
SINNOTT ADAMS, 23 Commercil Place.
CAMDEN, TREhNTON. ETC
REOULAR OUACHITA PAlCKET. c
SOC.......PER.IANSNT ARiRtANIEIEIENV .......1860
Leaves EYRRY WESNESDAY, .tSp 5. '
F'Ou ALABAMA LANDNi G, UACHITA
City, Port Uion Trenton, Monroe, r olumbas . Slarrison
hurg. Trmlty and ail lutermIdiate ladlngl on Belack and
OusxlitA rivers-The auontor pPasenger steamer Idabo.,
Niok McLaughlin, master, Sam. Lawson, clerk, will leave
egularllSy asabove. '
the steamer Idahoe will take freight for Cmdsen and all
landing s on the Upper Oaehlta rier, with privilegs of' re
hilpl.Ab. ou the tesamler Alice No 2, and will t[se freighl lfor
Baydn lAsboalnd Bpyou RErthoblomew, witl, prlviore of
resbipping l thbe light-draftl hteamelr Swa. All freihoI t A n
by the steamer Idahoe fr Bayio. Macos and Toe ss, will be
sent through without delo,. PFleiglt taken to Kimball Land.
5ng, on Ol, River. Pasoengor taken for als Coast Landingl .
For freight or p.aoage sppe lyon board, or to
F. J. WINBURN, Ageut, 5I Magazine street.
or to RIPLEY .t ULENAY, 35 Canal Jtreet.
VIROINIUS C. DENTEEL, Advertmms o snt.s
REGULAR WEEKLY OUACIIITA PACKET.
180.......... FAPLL ARRAN.EMSENT.............18660
Leaves EVERY SAYTURDAY, at 5 o clock . A.
F OR TRENTON 1 ONOE, COLUIBIA, HAR.
Il ronbnsg and all landlngs on Black andOuacbltRiven
lhe magnificent, fast running steamer
Berst Ablse,
JOHN W. NOBIN, Master, 0. PRES. WORK, Clark, P
Will leaove above.
The steamer Bart Able will take froeight for Camden and
oil sandlos, On Upper Ouaehita river, with the rivisego of
reshlpp:ng on Sb stoamers Alice No. 2. Sylph and Swan.
The Bars Able will tak, freight for all Iandiugs on
55ye0o D'Arbonne and Barthsliomew, with privilege of re
idIpplng on steamers Swan, Allis io. 2 and Syph, making L
close connection witl tbhe bove steomers at T1enton every
Tu.sday morning,
ThIe Bert Able will extend her tripe Every Week to all
Iandi.os Oi Lower Tenoas. as high up as tU Lake, and will
ake freight up and Cotton down at ire ly reduced ratles.
Shippers can rely on all freight being carried through withouto
totrlgor reohlppini.
Pasengeera taken for all Coast landin s.
-Fosr freoihor osDoPoaoeP ap on board or to
Foro. DONOHUE,.2 Tchoupltoulas street.
VIRGINIUE C. DENTOEL. AdvertloinAosent
Leaves Every SATURDAY, at 5 . .O.
F OROPELOTiS ., WASHINGTOR.PORTBAREZ 1
mouth Bayou Rouge, and iall intermediate landings o0
Nayou Cortaobleao, Atchasolaya and Issllolsipplesos--Th,
Rne, light-draught passeAers steamer .loo , . U. C. Pker,
master, J. H. Sclnnnt Clrk, will les. as abvs. Re.
aroin, will leive Washington every WEDNEIDAY MORN- U
5NG a.s Io'elock. P'rticu5r attention paid to co00t buo
sos. For freight or passage apply on board, oot of SR
Louis street.
CARRIERE & LOGAN.
Corns Iisenvlllo ad Old Levee streets.
VIRGINRES It. UDNIISPIL. Advertissns Age.,
F( eae OPeLv OU 4 Y- -TIIE NEW LTIGT DRAFT L
i J,,, lrk, will lSeave firs Ol-llIlU, W5ssiue, on, fort
Slb . Aitcll. ~' river andi Court bleau a above. For
VIROTNIUS C. DBiNTZEL, Advertolog A.n,
FiORT 4JACfLf.AON
U. S. M1 L PACKI tl-T-ISOI b WEEK.
.avol ENVSFRY EDNED, SO, : d S.ATU RDAY t Al ) AT i.
turos'l ,olar A ol 1'nti r.r.da s--11 site nd o .bY urs
ssmm r 1Le, Oalt I l. s ,,lr , l biler.
J. L 'II' SI. iA7, h L0 ..1. r ,e1
X YALOO 1 ,11EAR
,H?'tLA.b NEUt., Il. BI P 1 AND YAb,,, SE . .S
I.e5e1 New orleinos Ti:,ery Oi rnat LAED: El D S AY
slerk,x gntl mike0 rIsr 11 i 10
'['Ill h tchie rivnrs stppingsta ip., 0 t eaeen. , w 0lesnn I
an,I Vieckxbnbug, oud all uin .. on Ylazoo rAter. For rrrlght
or it'.l ag. , plpfy on b-I.,p ,! rr t1 b
CELo.iS ,b b, ;goi1 ll EV, 13 Front ssreel.
(1bi.. ii ,'i 17 , 1:ho!,Si.,, fStl5eot.
TIh L -i'ywilllc I11e . "1Ii" "' ~lu uedselsel y lpth,
ýat 5r, u. •
STEAMNBO TS---STEAllBOATS.
'T. L(OU I . '
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI STEAMSHIP tIOMPANY,
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
FOR VICKLBUHGO MEMPIIIS, CAIRO AND
. ST. LOUIS.
One of the following first clse passenger steamers MlI
leave as above and for all litermediate Inmdings EVEIRY
EVENING t 5 o'clock, from the Compay's wharf, foot of
Grarler setret:
Huth, Lady ony,
W. R. Arthur. Olive Braneh,
Paullne Oarroll. Mlsal.ltppl.
Atlantle. Mollie Able.
Julla, Contlnental,
Lumllary. Mary E. lPoryth,
J. C. won. Edward Welch.
The above boats have recently been thoroughly refitted, ad
are onequalled for speed and comfort byy any aoat
Plan of the cabtus can be een ad staterooms se.cred at the
SS Compny's ooice, No. 104 Common street, opposite City Hoite
Ed JOSEPH BROWN, President.
JNO. F. DOOUGLAR. Agent, 14 (ommon etret.
ATLANTIC AND MIItINSII'PI STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Lavs on TUESDAY, Oct. 23, st o'clock e. s.
FO ST. LOUIS, CAIRO, MEMPIIS VICKSt
c burg, Natshez, SBton Rouge aC i cli intlrmediate
a. Induls--The new and splendid pa snger estelier MIlI
clclcppl, A. J. Carter, master, J. CD. oMalt, Rleek wll
leave i teoot of Cammun street, s s aboer . or friglt or
pasagu apply ou board, or to
JOIIN F. DOUGLES Agent,
101 Common street, oppoite the ( ity lS tel.
MEMPHIS.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, 24th Ist., t .5 R. I.
. TOR M3EJPIIIS, IELENA, NAPIOLEON
L YVcbsbure. Nacerr, atnd ii iutermedate hadmg., --'he
splendid pa seuger tealnreelonltpl.rDik L asou rnai -
ter, Srve a.ecock elerk. will la ve ns buve Tllhe bt hrouer
h ill gveejlhraoig bids al Iadc toC la o i i 'iCdle r ti.e AWitre
i ed Arknul rtieest. I thrietiilr tetell n u atid ,toaiil ney
11ud. pautmxiJo business All Con.[ L-uflags m-a-, uud
Ifrighllt stiLa n retocdCrirte.s .nr oreil t i rie[ psgo t-p
piy o bourd, or t ALLEN, WA.\YNS r & C,
.5 ,tt ,et.treet.
D VIREGINIUS C. DENTZEL. Avers,,m Acente
REGULAR 3ICM'IIIS AND NEW ORLEANS WEDNER
f DAY I'PACKET.
Leaves as follows :
WEDNESDAY ....................... ctoer 3.
WEDNESDAY ........................Oct er 17
WEDNESDAY ......................... ctber 31.
'EDN ESDAY . ................... ...... vov en0- I
y- WEDNESDAY............................ Nvet.Ir 8.
LU 01 MEMIIRHISN-T EC SPILENDID PASSENGER
st eleiamer Hlelry Von PhWIl,
ct J. F. HICKS, haiter, J 0. IlAUFILL, Clerk;
Will leave es abote. The hlenry Von Phel wil gt er throogh
blll. f laditng to 11 laihugt on Lthe White and Arkcna. ,
th ierr.
Parthicular attention paid to all way end illatnttion baus
nAll en,[t L;lCii neli Irde adeights talkeC et reduced rate.
L. eFr freight or pei-Sie aply n boalrd, ,C r to
. ALLEN, WAYNE & CO., 3,5 Ntchez street.
.N. B.--Pnssengers ticketed through to Louisville and Cin
REiGULAR NEW OR LEANS AND tMEMPHIS WSCNES
JP DAY PAC'KET.
L Leo",,C -,ollows:
Weel WEDNESDAY... ................... SeIptene 2;.
WVED 'SDAY. ........... ...........O , 1.
WEDINBS DA Y..................S... Oat he 2.
O, WEDNESDAY .............. ....... No en er 7.
WEDNESDY ............. AS .oei i)er 2l
OR IIEMIF'IIIS--TIiE SPILENDID PASSENGEiR
stcamer Soltllterner.
ith DICK MIASON, I ere; STE\'IE H. NCoK, C('lerk;
W0Il Ceame ne abve. The Sutherne, will Di e through bills
iof lidiCne to slnlhaedng1 (CI the e!,itc aid ArkaiClCsa rivets.
Particular attention ])aid tn all way nod a eld l-atlon busi-,
ND ,nen All Coist LudSy,,- midc, andi treights take, at re
o Iduced rates. Fr freieht u- h paI cdi'.PiC a Cy board, or to
An LLEN, WAYNE i CO., 35 ilteilez treet.
N. E.--Paeengere ticketed thrciugh to Louisvillo ii d Cin-e
SeC ib CCti IS hour, 'ror MemphiC.
VIC....BU1.
VICiSKSSUS, NATl'HEIE AND SiIV ORILEANS U. S.
MAIL PACKET.
LevE. evers l'fISD-Y at 5 P .
F OR VSI SASuS I[B515. NiATtIIEZ, ;RAND GULF,
H' odes, St. it, o%, \rater Irt, Furt, Aamx, . Bayou
Iare, Bat,, h,. ,ug , .Elot, ,- , e and tklllhr dlato lantd
ngs--l he new and magufleet Ic i aenger phcket
YI U bC. L. Lee,
R JIIENS W. CANNON. Master.
,ill leave as above. The Rober't E. Lee w11 take frei;bl and
Sasgeerxfr Yaoo riEerY wthprlvi'ce of eslippiug at
lckburg. I'o cNmfLLrt, .leed and aler) tile Rober RI E. Leo
Snit surpassed by sy Oteamier on tilV.eVe tern or Southern
t ur freight or Parinrge npply on board, or to
OY E F). B.ITE, 17 T.ht InpoulaS street.
A. BHIT ON, 13 ront street,
VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEL. Advertisingl Agent
GREENVILLE, VICKSBURt. NATCIlEZ AND NEW
ORLEANS U. RE MAIUL YAKSLT.
Leaves EVERY THURSDAY, at 5 p. N,
FoO O IIEENVIILLE, GRItAND PLAKE, RINCE.
o' tol Ashton Pkipwib Prlovidence tooerich's Landing,
Hilliken's Bond, .'ickblurg, Natchez, Urand Gulf. Rodney,
St. J Uose L Wat1r Proof. Fort Adams Hayou Bar, Baton
Rouge, Dona dol viv Ilslid all ittermediate lading;--Tlhu un
mrpas ed pa;allger stalamer (il. Jno. A. Illutmln
A. G{hi.e, m.ster, Tom. J. Reward, clerk, wllI ]..vas.
above.
The Gen. QCitmOu will take frei3ht and p Oasengers for
tazho river, wit sprivMegea , rehl555 , htg st Vicksburg.
There will be I, clerk on the lurer every {,Ieduesday morn
tn. to receehe treilht.
Uo freight or palssa., havitg naurpasted actommoda
ions, apply ulboard nrto
OtO. D, HITE, Agent, 1 Tehoupltoulaa street.
or A. BRITTON 23 Front street.
VIRGINIUS C. DENTZEL, Aasrtldtsg Agent,
VICKSBURGO AND NATCNEZ U. S. MAII PACKETG
FASHION.
Leaves EVERY SATURDAY, at 5 o'lock P. X.
FO0n DOOJ NALJdOWO VILI.E PLAqURMINE,
d Port Hudson, Baton Ronge Bayou Sara, For Adams, Xt
heB, Waterproof, Bt. Joseph, RodneyA Grand Gilf, WrrnturGUL
'ew Carthage and Vicksburg--Ths magnlficent ps.as.gser
steamer Faehlon P.D. Pratt, master, E L. Shaw, clark
wil- le.ve as above. For felý'bt or pa's.'e, aply on board,
orto GEO. D tllqEF 17 Tchnu, toulas treet.
JAB. BUTLERL , n.. COAO . 17 Frot. Levee.
or CELLOS & GAIA TNEY, t 13 Front street.
The steamer Fashion eouneet at V\ctsburS with packets
0ar Ae.pi SE NOnd tile B Inds.
The Fu+bi n also.,lmnete with tie Yazoo packets, and
sign through bills of Inding to Yoo Cty and Grenwood.
71RGINIUb ,DEV TE Avafdg.et
LICKSBURG, NATCHEZ AND NEW ORLEANS REGUT .
LAR SA'URDAY PACKET.
sod~~~~~~~~ ,ss5,A-Sl1.ss t. uS.sI.
LeaveY ve, ry SATURDAY, at 5 r. s .
FOB VIT'I HS TU H T, NATCHEZ, G tANtD GUL.,
Rodney, sort Adams. ByonE Sar Port 1HuIson. Bton
gouge, Pla;uealine. Dmlaldonavlle, and all Intermediate
east and lamsatmn latdiugt-rhe magnitlcent pasenger,
paeketG A A
T. P. LEATHERS MaYster; ADOLPH MARTIN. ClerD;Y
Will leave as ab-ve. The Magenta will take freight and
passengers for Memphis and the Bends and tnr Yaszo River
with rae privilege of reoldpping. For comfort, peed and
safetys this boat is tnsunrrt t sed, and her table s sppliail
,th the best tile market atlofd For freight or passsage ap.
ply on board.,,hr to
FLNNOTT A ADAMS, 23 Commercial Place.
JNO. A. STEVENSON, 5Front asteet.
VIRGINIUIS C. DENTEL, Advertsling Agent, .
Leaves every WEDNESDAY st 10 A. ., and every SATU- "
DAY at6 r.
F" BAYO SdA.RA, PATON ROGE, PA55
-" quemine, Donaldsoovlllv, an L ntermediate lalldingl.-
The new and sperb aide-wshe, l stetamr Rdt. leholas, I.
moS mnLster,tJ.0. PIbUno cl terk tate esyptbove. 5U
uitung, she will leave Bayou ýara every SUNDAY ad
.HU LDA lL. For freight or 3u t ,Splt tot
ARTIIUK TH1BA 37Peter st.
t'oULEONt E t lBAYHI, tt tlnt t It.
.0,I INIIJ . DETZEL. Adve3. t. il Agetl
SEGULARt U. S. MAIL PACKET-TWI OE A WEER . ,
Leaves every SUNDAY, at 9-A. Y. and WEDNESDAY "'
O3l BTAHOU A 6A$ V PORT HUDSON, BATOUST
SRonsge Plquemine, DTo.d , I stonlle, and nltnstermodlat ,
passeuger steamer Lfoorle, e, V. B.
tara,, master, leatveas ttoivI.
Retuning, leaves Bayou Sara every MENDA Y Rad TrIITRB
DAY. comng down the Coast ln dayllght, Forfreightp pt
-age apply on hoard. or to
, \t, SURLS, 29 Cauna street or
SSIOS'I0 , t~t S'AII..,. m sre
VIRGINftIS C. gDENTZIL, Adver tlt.t Aent.
REOULAR BAYOU SARA PACKET.
STEAMER NINA SIMMES--W, R. GREATItIUSE. Master
TROXLER and MrILL.R, Clerks.,
veaver y ro MONDAY at 5 P. ., and FRIDAY at 10 r. It.
IO011 I..&LYOU 9AICA, PORT H UDSOstN, BATONkl
-' Rouge, Plaquoneml Donaltironville aind all inter
mediate lundfalgxo the coast, takipg freiget for all laldnrs
nB 'you Latlorhe. Far freight or paeaage apply on b.awd,
or to
J. L. TITUS, Alget, 5il. 3 Tchroa itonlas streeW. h
OE 1 O1, 1,0. tW N' Kt.' ' Ev, Agya, 13 Fron street,
VI 1101 Mils tC. IO.,.yI"L. Ar.lr. .lsm. ^Agent
---- 0 ITI],C HE.
ILPGU1LARt.OAS'PAND B:VT)U' ,AIh)UIICIIFI'AI'KET
Le-tv-r AVERY" TUE.I).LY, at 11) A a., and I FRIDAY
at, 5 1P. st
Steamer J. M. SIIARI'--A. I Ui"GS. Master; J0S. DAL
FOIL T Hl l0DI:. . U K%'I. ..E. PATNTCO URT.
etlkt'. -Nnl,ice,) l lide. D o,,,nl-,lvile, andtt all nternlvldl to h
Coeast Lulli·,-s. will hwvu regoltrly aig ahnve
'fhe d. 3t. Sbarll Hill ýi".', ihlrc+lar attelt 0n t.- Wool,
freight anp.elo-ocnt8 ForIt I'r-il,"h 1¢r pa-sr.'e appiy on hoard.. p
J. P.E Y,E " I tchouoh,,uhtas, true, n
VIRI:TNII'S C: DENI'ZEI,. Adve-"lilne ,.,
REGULAR COAT AND 13AYOU L.AFOU(CHE PAU'KE'T r
L eaven levrv MONDAY nllld TIIURSDAY. at 5 ,
The Steaner AL ý.E.. ·..1, I'.A E6NT N, Master, .~ J. LA.
FoOl TnHIUo II.1 [:v ll. LL] PArNTCOURT
I- ville, Napolaonville, Dnnaldsnlvie, and eU i t.termdtal
coaet landings--Will lexve regularly as xboVb· r
The Ahome will give partleu'.r ant,"tloo to coast t
heirht and passengers.
T'he Aloes will sIgn lhrough -Ile to Lo.kp t
Shinpnxrx in ull .... a ".' ý++"DIL ;. " ,a. , , t
of ftt igbt r'., , , - . .

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