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Lord Bacon has said so I[many wise :things, that o
we can hardly dip into his works at any place h
without inding something that will repay the
deepest attention. Here are a few sences
from him: :
Alexander sent to Phocion a great present of
money. Phoeion said to the messenger, "Why
dotirthe king send to me and to none else?" The
messenger answered, "Because he takes. you to
be the only good man in Athens." Phooton re.
glied, "If he thinks so, pray let him suffer me to
e aso still."
Chilion said, "That gold was tried with the
touchstone, and men with gold."
He that defers his charity till he is dead, is, if a
mon weligs it rightly, rather liberal of another
m 'o thsu his own.
tears of an heir are laughter under a
vizard. •
. The coward calls himself a wary man, and the
e misidrsays he is frugal. .
Tie folli-ring phthegms have more than a
passing signiflcah e. Thib first hits the polsitical i
Spreabhers hard, and the lastis worth its weight in
r gold:
There was a politic sermon that had no divinity
In it preaohaed before lbbe king. .the king, as
ha cam forth, eaid to Bishop Andrew, "Call you
ttsiessrmon?" The bishop answered, "And it
plase ylnasr majestyby+ ilcharRiable construction
it may e a sermon.,
tl.lbu°etnd ed ties -teopleuntohtie sea, and
oratorsteo whids; for that the sea would be calm
and quiet ifthe winds did not trouble it..
sssea en O csel, Noss O(npBttm ts eee
S Wedaed.v Morintsg, Ocetober 24, 1866O.
The weather yesterday was delightful, and the
cool north wind c.sled considerable activity
amon the pedestrians on the levee. Business
at sn as brisk as we could wish, owing to the
low waters I thie` upper rivers. The MTssissippi
iae tdowin freighted with a large cargo, portion
or ofwhlitelWas reshipped from the Julia at Cairo,
n. the Julia ahvongretnhned toSt. Louis. Thousands
os kingadvantage bf the splendid weather visited
Sthe levee in the afternoon to bid adieu to their
friends who were -about to leave on the elegant
- Vicksburg packet Robt. E.Lee, among whom were
two well known and esteemed bridal parties. The
e- Lee was well patronized with freight and the
s- cabins crowded with passengers.
l The steainer Mary E. Forsyth, from St. Louis,
, wilib'e in this morning ready to receive cargo and
leave on Thursday at 5 P. a. for St. Louis. She
r- connects atMemphis and Cairo with the railroads
reast and west.
- By a dispatch received we learn that the regy
,ar steamer H. A. Homeyer, from Red river, with I
r. 620 bales of cotton will be at the landing this
at mornitg, and leaves again for all landings or Red
irver n Saturday next, at 5 P. a.
p The fle steamer and punctual packet Mittle
a. Stephensm, Capt. Langhorne, is now. receiving
x freight, and leaves for Shreveport at 5 o'clock
ir this afternoon.
k The Caddo, one of themostfavorite steamboats,
iI will leave for Shreveport to-morrow afternoon, at
,5 P. n. Shippers, send down your freight; it will
be landed at its respective places of destination in
a good order ,
n We return our thanks for favors to the officers
n, of the steamers J. D..Hinde, St. Nicholas, Mlisst
sippi, LotuoNo. 2 and Idahoe.
or There is a clerk on the levee this morning re
m ceiving for the great Quitman. The Quitman
leanes for Greenville and the Bends to-morrow
neaeing.
TheLotus No. 2 is receiving, and leaves for Red
iver on Friday next.
The favorite Southerner, Capt. Dick Mason, will
be at the landing this morning receiving. She is
t n announced for departure this evening for Memphis
a andtheflends.
;. -Iato aOF Smanae ALx. SPER,-Left I
J, Jefferson oh Thursday, Oct. 18th, at 10 o'clock P.j
a. Cypress Bayou very low and falling, there
r being y twvo-feet+waterat tbsrlin front of the
5. town landing, twoand a half feet at Potato Bend,
Sandthirtythree inches in the gate at. Soda Lake.
LllftS So ee Orton Satorday, 20th,.at 12 o'clock
m. hip t ..tLf fsaee tJor bh'Pickettt's plantation;
t metIfreie at ll ddameBstiin's plantation. 21st
i Met'iora at eipa.s Lamay'e;omet Lizzie Tate
at Prtdhiommeids.b i22d-MBet" Cubna at Glover
JoaCioleer r at heod Gran4 Point. River fall
1k fast fom hSbh eveport to the mouth, with four
feetf water orb prinpal bars.
et as o J as ova E lxeasaus.
i Sr.Lgtee Oetber sl.-T-le Mississippi is stowlt,
i but steadily falling, but as the channel "outs out,' E
we have a better stage of water to report to Cairo,
than som.ea.ayiPao 'TFherets nsaw'slx feet in the
ehanoel, but l'yet theabhahnel is very close and
Srequires the coinseestmanagement and utmost skill I
S astigoas a-boat. The Missouri is falling
S wtih s.ant foWrfeet In the Iower river.
r' l O'ts`faling rapidly, especially the lower I
d part, wherethe water Is diawn offby the Miseis
I. tio, I . .oto.Ft
e understand that a good many of our steam.
o boatmenareitalking.serlooluly of giving up the
river and taking to sfarmer's-life. Oaptain E. A.
Sheble has, for nce, puthis words into practice,
sold out bin resldence ill thfseity and purchated a
ialetndd farmn a fgw miles back of Alton.
l'fh'Oive Biranc is the.uAldutic and Mississipp
. leamshtp paket tfor New+Orleans at 10 A. at.
iestea.ser Virgin, i itegrald hence had ar
g ly4t thsJahnl totgsur, S .witer, and Stephen
ieoa.t1.aCat. Jones, left St. Louis for this port i
" AtMesmphblon the lulst, the Avalanche states
y`th ethtls westher Saa clear and pleasant. The
s' rive~ 1berey0a se1l,] at tSt.outs, continues to
d declia, with six feet from St. Louis to Cairo and I
a lightfeet sisagt. $ ail9 ntotl.biulpaist. The I
r Arkansas is repborted' falitg, with eight feet in the
p; sna5i..ear , w,there being, scant
"} .Augusta. The Ohio in falling, with
te. lPttsbug; AS 0ioeinnati SandLouis
aletkll ngtldnewly withbelght~feet In the canal.
7 . taa .on tihe lave4t yesterday wos quite active.
SThe lgtIot a-.lote ft all of cotton, and the I
dgr b reqe-aar4 ~with gll trips.
Slhe were 150 6aosf sutton on the landing
, gl ipopeutEaat per steamr.to
heIse do .+ +so~awlto~b'tas, nid thes
8i saop ;.Yoils'eee*Ortlens; srived:at Meom
at evl'.+ elti, Os t i o PahlinSCarroll, from
s, rpt tgs1 srIg ,gasped dota. on the 20th
The ateamenertWhiCtelltad No.2, Captain Ash
Hopklns, left Metphtls on'the 21st for New Or.
a on amps ap Towler, was noticed
4 Vsdpllenthe 22d ftriis port.
lpis lpelalnohe, of thi 2lst., in notising
te fa vorlte=rtesa.er Henry-Von Puhl,.says:
tt aeeengsr otae uieHoenry ePo Phul,
d.oalrot 11ha pot. s The Von Phul
et ir. ee Banfll, a courteous
aerp1 ge o-thie of.tee. Sho will re.
. aidsn evening to load for N.w Or
s leave her regular d.p, Wednesday.
CaRO, Olt. 21,-Therivera te pointhasrieen
W .tier ws varieabti ye erday -suonsrin
a.idttslb gltt eltylthehoascendant, butno rin.
s the-evening.Atwsea.most lears , but there were
e'Idtiattons'of rittl, Businese remains about
thesme,. " -
hse Ohio is -stiltelli.Uagn gteadily at Pittsburg,
with ur leert in thre oehanel. It is alo falling at
Clectuneti anuL ulti(ll;" with five leot six inctbe
atl` iissonr_ and I.lhro ii o.
n. rent lne OIt: Louis, four feot to Keo
fu r 4 f"a ef,elllubtle, and lroe and a halt'
tt',ss . ewsfromthe Coumberland or
t Ot)R5 See 'saox',' load, s heldds all
lo- ho, at '! le" Ost an early hour alisl
OW. ," te" eotlantieod ltsiMrpp.
tla b *ssd..oe ane getol,. Tid oog
5Y~e e . eusr Each of Ithem ta.ct r
e~ td' tsesee ' tesser Jobs Kilgour,
... y~t ,.., Wyilt tave-at four u'clock
k 'f o orQltwe Br soeb, aiap:.ii, Mr.
j~,*tso rnoesnorslng. She will nut be
" In t h e olad Co embus." The
4e daea tu o.rlslytn a osughit
out his wheel barrow for the purpose of conveying bl
home his share of tho profits. n
Capt. E. F. Owens has sold his interest of one- for
eighth in the steamer War Eagle to W. H. Thor- hni
wet gan for $2,025. Parties in Chicago have sold An
to'Chas. Daft, of St. Lontis, one-fourth of the tow- cm
boat Stormt No. 3 for $6,000. 50
C rNCINNATI, Oct. 10.-The weather yesterday ni
was clear and warm, with the thermometer at
seventy-four degrees at two P. o. Mo
The river at this point commenced falling yes- do
terday morning, and up to six o'clock last evening 30(
had fallen fully twelve inches, with scant twenty. hai
three feet water in tle channel at that hour. At
Pittsbunrg, yesterday at noon, the river was still oh,
reported falling, with fiour feet five inches water in S n
the channel, and weather clear. Moessrs, Rose & do
Robinson received a dispatch from Iemphis yes- Wi
terday, stating that there was but two feet water ter
in the Arkansas river, sand falling. Our latest ad- ro
vices from other ports will be found in our special J
telegraphic columns on the inside. 58
Business on the landing continues to gradually co
Increase, yet it lacks considerable to come up t o
the standard of active times. Occasionally a
good order comes from the South to be filled in Gr
this market. Yet, without doubt, St. Louis at .i
the present time is doing the bulk of the Southern 1
trade. -We hope soon to see tlie tables turned," cet
as certainly our markets offer inducements far F ]
snperior to any other city in the West for the ms
filling of Southern orders. 50
The Argosy came in from Pittsburg last even- ep
ing, with a fine trip of freight. She re-ships six t
hundred and eighty-five plows on the Swallow for 10
New Orleans. fo'
J. D. HINDE Frn OPELOUSA.--The fine, fast and S.
complete passenger packet J. D. Hinde, Capt. 0. tot
Hinokley, commander, and Mr. BM. Kenison in the I
office, leaves at this evening for all landings as on
above, This steamer has a neat and comfortable wl
cabin, has good and safe officers, agd can give 10t
first class accommodations to a large number of W
passengers. - C
LAFOURCHE, U. S. MAIL PACKET FOR. BAYOU W
I SRA.--This fast and splendid U. S. .. packet, ill KI
command of Capt. V. B. Baranco, and IMr. P. T. d
Minor in the offies, leaves at her usual hour this St
evening at 5 o'clock for the above and all coast n1
landings. -
IDtAOE FOR TREATOON AND MONROE.-The very
eregular and excellent popular passenger packet
Idnhoe, Capt. Nick. McLaughlinl commiander, and
Capt. Sam Luwsonin the office leaves at5 o'clock bh
this evening. We cheerfully commend the Idahoe
Sto-day topassengers bound np Ouachita River as 1t
a first-class packet, uniting the qualifications of
speed, comfort and safety.
LrvE OAK FOR LOWER COAST.-This fast sple dc
did U. S. mail passenger packet, Capt. W. S. Bus- Zn
sett, commander, withF. A. dlOcurahan in the of- 5
fice, leaves at 10 A. sr., for all landings on theor
I coast. The Live Oak has neat and line accommo- pl.
dations for passengers, and her tables are al-cc
mays supplied with the best our markets afford. -
ST. NICHOLAs FOR BAYOU SARA.-This regular In
semi-weekly passenger packet, with Capt. S. ti
Heno on deck, and Mr. J. C. Libano in the office, It
leaves at 10 o'clock this morning for all points up Y
to Bayou Sara. The St. Nicholas-has an elegant 2f
cabin, large and comfortable staterooms, and her P
accomodations throughout are first-class. tI
SOUTHERNER FOR MEMPHIS.-The new, fast
and splendid steamer Southerner, Captain Dick ei
taeson commander, and Mr. Steve Hancock 2E
in the office, leaves at 5 o'clock this evening,
for Memphis and all landings in the bends, L
connecting with the railroads for all points East
and West. The Southerner is in every respect a 1(
complete passenger packet, and is under the t
charge of the most attentive as well as careful
officers. Passengers who have once enjoyed a
trip on this packet mill seldom expereiment on any di
other when the Southerner is on hand. 3
3trrTrIE STEPrENS FOR RED RIVER.--The new
and complete light draft packet Mittie Stephens, 0
Capt. M. Langhorne, commander, and Mr. M. N.
Carpenter, clerk, leavbes at 5 r. . for Jefferson and c
way landings. She is staunch, swift and commno- ci
I dious ; ter cabin is tastefUily furnished.
MitssussrPIt-Atlanlic and JMississippi Sleaomsh ii 1
Comi uoany's Line foe St. Louis.-This large, ele- V
1 gant and fuvorite passenger packet, in command B
of Capt. A. J. Carter, and Ir. J. D. Maltin, clerk, l
leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for the above, j
I connecting at temphis, Cairo and St. Louis with 8f
thle railronds for all points East and West. Her 3
cabin is large and her staterooms fitted up with ,
every convenience, while she never fails to take
her passengers through on "time." She is staunch, e
Sfleet and perfect, as a passenger packet, and en- B
joys a wide-spread popularity as a safe and reli- 1
able boat. Ti
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Elarhie ntelligenre.
CseesT Orn., dRo. COAP STREET, ,
Wednesdry, October 24, 186. 1
Clenred Yesterday.
Steamship Maraposa, Quick, for New York,
Wm Creevy
Steamship Rapidan, Eaton, for Galveston,
Jas Connoly &co
Steamship Morgan, Lawless, for Galveston,
I C Harris
Steamer Sarah, Henthorsi, for Mobile, Master
SArrived Yesterday.
Steamship Cuba, Bain, from Baltimore, 16th inst,
Svia Key West, to Witherspoon & Halsey-4th
district
Steamship Texas, Stanton, from Galveston, to
Hawes & Bowen--lst district
Steamship Clinton, Farwell, from Galveston and
Indianola, to I C Harris-Ist district
8TnAssBOATS.
Mississippi, Carter, Wm St Louis.
J D Hiude, Hinckley, from Washington.
St Nicholas, Heno, trom Bayou Sara.
Lotus No 2, Puckett, from Jefferson.
Alex Speer, White, from Jefferson.
Idahoe, McLaughlin, from Trenton.
Below-Comain Up.
Ship Squando, Jordan, from Liverpool, Aug 15th,
to Ashbridge, Decau &co
Marine l.lasters.
The steamship Kensington, Hedge, hence for
Boston, put Into Charleaton on the 17th last, with
loss of rudder.
Exports Yesterday.
NEW YORK-Steamship Mariposa-1363 bales
cotton 1202 pkgs oil cake 8 pkgs mdse
GALVESTON--Steamship Rapidan--150 bbis of
flour and sundry mdse
GA-.YESTON-Steamshin Morgan--350 bls flour
75 bbta whisky 50 bbls sugar 30 oaks bacon 35 tcs
hams 350 aks corn 75 sks coffee
MOBILE-Steamer Sarah--1 hhds sugar 9 bbls
whisky 10 sks coffee and sundries
I ports Yeesterday.
INDIANOLA AND GALVESTON--Steamship
Clinton-41 bead cattle 4 cows and 175 calves to
.icQuoid;Mehle &co-1 bx h idse L Mouler
BALTIMORE-Steamship Cuba-Astd mdes
Clomsasade.
Per steamship Cuba. from Baltimore-Carrier
& Logan-Bisooe & Simms-Stafford & Wilson
Moses Angel--dA Fbsdick--Slark, Stauffer &co
Martens id H-,W CMitchell-Norman, Stockman
&oo-rW C ToMpkutn dco-J M Burrolws- Blaise
&co--Pston & Dugga--Block Britten--Rev B
Duffgy-Wllkioson & Rachel-Witherspoon & Hal
sey-Tabr ts Doswell1-U S Quartermaster--J M
Hall &co-M Merriell &co--Ishy, MeDauniel &co
J A Blaffer co-H Groeble--Pet, Simms &co-
McLearan & Mason-Levl, Miller &eo--D C Labatt
W H Henning &co--Flower Mares--Louis Mayer
G W Baneker c&eo-E A Yorke &co-J H Carter
Forcheimer Bros-H S Buokner--Small &co--W 0
Kling-B Dreyfus--S L Nssits & Bro-G W Mau
son ce--Mott & Rawl--E Roger &to-Dr David
Sutton--F Le & A JohusonsW P Converse jr
Marcon& Burton--Arthur, Stone & Mo-A Bennett
ico--Darby, Mouton &eo--G M Bayly &co--.W J
Logan &co--J I Adams &co---Griffin & Porch--J
Burckett-Shanuon, LewiJ dco--S D Moody dco-
S D Moody dco-- Barnett & Shepard-A D Grieff
N.ewman, Locekmnon dco-Samtl MlcCartney &co-
Tate &to--F Rickbert-Ieaacson, Seixas dco--ic
Kay & Hood--Scbeider & Zuberbier--J Gauche-
Webster &eo--l Wilso---G G Garner &ce--Bid
well, Payne deco-A T Bennett &co--sl LMc;ra -
E J Hart &co--Cammnck & Squires--P F bgartiy
S Hernsheito--Rosebebrg, Scherck & Derksoo--H
Tebrat-H Steinberg &co--Miltooberger &co---J
t Baurrowsv-Wheeloo , Finlay & Ball--L Finkley
and order
Reeelpts o Psrodues Yesterday.
ST ,LOUIS-Steamer Mississippi--SO bales cot
ton Groene, Oglsoby dco-I15 do to Fulkcrson, dec
Laurn dico-Si do Blakemore, Wooldridge dcu--5
bbls apples H T Wilson--2 bbls liquor 3 bxes wine
P Zsmmrman--2 bxs mdse A J uck dco--5 do
kitters 4 bbls whisky J II Hood dco--1 box do 2
bbls flour 1 hf-bbls beefl tcs haus W N Mercier
skers lard 1 kegs butter 1 sk hams 2 bbs sapploes
bbls potatoet 2 bbla flour Stone &i Murphy--2
bbls Whisky 2 dos kegs 3 hxs liquors 4 bxs mdse
Payne, Huntington co--688 ohsk bran 380 bbls po
iatoes 292 hse potatoes 10 hble turnips 10 hhds of
cabbage Ges Martin-21 crates cabbage 116 hbls
potatoes 172 ohs potatoes 87 bbls apples to F Del
uondle-6-& bbla onions 80 do peas i63 skhs potatoes
Dorman i Brnn--I6 do S30 bble potatoes 2 orates
cabbage Miller & Meyer-3 do 26 sks turnips 16t
bbls onions 12 do beets Itenard & Slaybak--64
bbls apples Garbini & 'cetrovitch--50 do to II W
Buckmaster--9 do 77 sks potatoes MIahon & Sei
fer-.0 bbls potatoes T Klinepolter-51 do M Dra
han &co--17 bbl apples 137 bia flour Shropshire,
Anderson &co-- 0 bits onions 0 bbls oil 50 1xs ofI
ca les 50 bxs snatp 60 ks fl potltoes C F hloutnni
50 do 110 bbls potatoes Oa .bls aopples 14 osk tsr
nips 6 crates cabbage 00 mules 72 hogs 160 shleep.
21 cows IV & M-30 tea lard 79 bls apples J!n Ti
MIoore-300 bbls flour IPrndhotme & Elliott--100
do E B Kimball &co--300 do Kelhhr, Updike &co
100 do 12 bhds bacon S II Kennedy &co-29 tes of
hams 198 bbls flour J H Oglesby Joco-10 bids of
pork M Gillis &co-5 bxs tongues to A Michel-25
lohs wheat Robinson & Jones--1 plows to Brooks,
Macdonald &co--3 pkbgs mdse Post & Hoblby--2
do 7 coils rope Williams, Nixon &co-62 bbls oil
iVitherspoou & H alsey-2 cases mdse Ober, Atwa
ter Sco-27 buots tobacco Mayer Breos--75 coils of
rope Lamb, Quinlan &co-- crates earthenware to
SII Hood &co--3 cases saws Branch, Crooks &co
58 bxs mdse Barnes, Ward &co-1 do S De Bow &
co-2 do J W Pratt-200 bbls oil Kearny. Blois &
co--100 do N Richards-34 doz brooms J It Carter
SO bbls flour Horrcll, Gayle &co-200 bbls flour to
Grace, Davis &co-60 tcshasms Martin, Dolhonde
h Cobb-66 bxs soap Howard, Prestons & Barrett
h bxs mdse Chenoweth, Casey &co-3 half-bbls of
cheese 2 bbls eggs Schneider & Zuberbier--1 do
F DelBondio--l10 bhls apples 5l bxs apples lot of
machinery P G O'Riley--I bxs mdse J W Goslee
50 bxs candles 25 bxs cheese 201 bbls flour 4 bbls
apples 23 hbls pork 1 tee beef 19 csks bacon 2 bxs
tongues 40 rolls bagging 40 coils rose Geo D Hite
10 bbls flour i P Wilso--26 bbls eggs 51 coops
fowls Miller & Meyer--29 do D Down-3 bxs mdse
S Jacobs-sundries to order-Total 100 bales cot
ton
ST LOUIS-Steamer Julis, reshipped at Cairo
on steamers Mississippi and Mary E Forsyth-
wagons S De Bow &co-- bale hops 2 bfls malt
100 bbls flour Huntington Bros-500 bhbi flour to
Wm Creevy--o81 do Pradonommn e & Elliott--l1 do
C G Wayne co--100 Hy Von Phul jr Sco--100 do
Walker & Fisher--O5 E G Mlessenger &co--I43I do
Keilor, Updike &co-307 S H Kennedy &co--200
do 12 bbls apples 20 hs potatoes 4crates cbbage
Stanard & S ayback--3 do t Druolu &co--4 biols
apples I do nuts B Tramontnna--23 slts potatoes
crates cabbage 13 bbls apples 14 do onions 16
do turnips to F DelBondio-17 bbls vegetables 114
blss krout 18 crates cabbage 15 bbls potatoes 12
. bs apples Mtiller & Meyer--0 do 5 bxs eggs !h
rss onions Durman S Brueo-70 bbls onions 2s3
bbls potatoes 140 ohsk potatoes 254 sks oats 221 do
corn 297 sks bran 10 lhhds calba Ge Go Martin-
10 crates clabbage CLso& D)wlit --3 do 1I bbls
potatoes 111 bbsl apples Mahan ' Seifers--O10 do
Hamilton & Duooica--10 do Van Norden &o--l14
do Summeras & BraT nIs-- bxs eggs Schneider &
Zuberhier-201 bxs soap alcFarlaia, Straight &co
59 bs tolmatooes Miller t Meyer--15 ss leather 1
crate earthenware A J Back &Clo--l lkgs mgo se 5
pkgs tobacco W BI Tollis--0 ipkgs beer Geo Eils
cr-10 do C Irost--30 do 10 pkags dse I C tarris
15 plkgs ale A G Flmning-50 tcs hotts 177 kegs of
lard J I Goslee--150 do 50 tea lnams Keep & ('aul
field-St csks bacon E K Converse-- cks l!d pipe
M,[cIntyre L Appleoate-o15 bbls alcohol E F Leacl
&co-10 bbls oil J Avct- 10 do G W Byrne &co
20 bbls oil to Bower & Garner--31 coops fowls to
P G O'Riley--19 fhls potatoes 10 do onions 9 do
carrots 1 crate cabbage and sundries to order
OUACYITA RIVER--Steamer ldatt oc--4l 9 bales
cotton Willianms, Nixon &col15 Cowa & Mavo-
28 Cummings, Brown &co-20 hewitlt -ortonu &o
19 Jno T Hardrie &co--16 Spter & Saoitol e- 14
Levy & Haas--3 T H & J i 'Allen-l12 Pilolher o
Barrow--12 Warren, Crawford &co-tO0 J Barker
10 B S IHarper--10 Byrne, Vance &ce-7 Ar Mii
tesberger-6 S W Scott-5 Longstrleet, OwCe:l &co
5 Wood, Loo & Lutwigeul-5 Franckte & Daoneel
5 F J Herro n--5 Winston, orerion o&co---4 n
dall eo--4 J P lHigginso &o-4 Wrighlt, Alletn ,co
3 J Chsfre & Bro-3 C .A 0 reen &co--3 Dale ty
&co-2 E 1. hiff&co--17 S lWhited &c(--I o bale
wool to order--220 seefp T G Noel--sundrieos to
order--Total :ln; bales cotton
BAYOU SAI.bO-Steamer St Nicholafs-19 bales
cotton Dean, Adamon & Gi t r15 dto SD I. Crroil &
co--14 Webb, PolI Sco--IS A Thiiant--4 Wright,
Allen sco-- P t Foiley--4 A MoBnltuo- '+. Oylnlo
10 Ben Toledano--12 Bonligny & Escfapou--5 do
V Allain--l 0 sis seed cotton E BoereKo ioo- St do
Bet Toledo--27.5 ohs cotton seed J -l Haana
t84 do A A olotomis-o1o do S G l-trchih-;o do
J Deyuoodt--lO0 do J Watt &co-o do I P J1pcro
o000 staves B J BrOlerry-5000 do to M Cotghli-
3 bales cotton I) B MlcCIry--sundries to order-
Total 117 bales cotton 1S s es seed cotton
WASHINoGTON-Stealmer J D Hiodel--29 : ile
cotton I Bore--16 do A F Dunbar--16 Sumo e
Brunnins-L22 ~nartin & Btts--12 Nolle. Day ,icot
12 Carloss Sco-10 Blanclin cs Girand--lo do Ben
Tolodano--9 Dpree & GrCvcbherg--2 D Iorgtan-
9 Boyd. Colen an & Graham--5 Greenet Oglesby &
co-l Watts, Hawthllorn d&o-2 illar &co-- do
Hy Von Phnl jr &co--4 A Desmlare--5 Braud 5
Gibert-1 A B Charpenoier--1 J P Mianio &co--2
bales moss mats" Wetl & Levy-2 b),l - ,:ns to
Blanchin & Girand-sundries to order--otal 162t
bales cotton
JKEFFEISON--Steamer Ales Speor-52 hales
cotton J W Burbridge &co-tl do Carrolll, I&oy J
co--34 Kirkpatriel, Nims & Keith--25 Sprtker &
Sandidge-32 Brooks, IuacdoMadd l co-1- 4 L ichard
Lloyd-- Jns Phelps S&co--6 Walker & Fisher--e
H Ware & Son--6 IloBigny & Esclapon--4 P'nee
nuntington co--.5 Scott, Cae &co-3 J D Blair
&co--3 D t Carroll &co-3 Seymour TYarbrotog
Aco--3 M Gilli &co--2 bbls whisky W Ciposcomth
&co--l bo mdse to MIcCleflan &co--13 bales wool
Payne. Ountington co--Total 237 bales cotton
JEFFERSON-Steamer Lotus No 2-10 bales of
cotton Jno Phelps &co--3 d to Logan, Soniat &
Claiborne-150 sheepre Cl Beck-sundries to order
Total 13 bales cotton
Heceipts by Railroads..
N. 0.. J. & B. N. R. R.-Oct 23--37 hales of
cotton J R Powell-41 do Carroll, Hoy bco--5 do
Lewis, Covington &co--8 Pilcher & Barrow-2 do
Gates, Gillespie &co-5 S T Godwin--76 Alcus,
Scherck & Autey--1 Barrett & LeSassier-3 do to
Greene, Oglesby &co--77 do R L Adams-21 do to
W B Thompson--4 Falls, Allison &co-7 Britton,
Mloore & Bragg--l Thorunhill & Ricthardson--27 to
Jno T Hardie co-17 M J1 Smith &co--2 T H & J
bI Allet--29 Boyd, Coleman & Graham--4 do to
Garrard & Craig-7 M J Zuntz--3 Hogan & Patton
2 Harvey, McMlahon &co--18 J P BHarrison & Son-
24 S H Aby Sco--I Perham & Blunt-6 C iRoberts
16 Chambers & Letting--6 Longstreet, Owen '-co
21 Payne, Huntitgton &co--25 R Pritchard--lt do
Howard, Prestons & Barrett--i47 to Warren. Craw
ford &co-7 Summers & Brannins--5 B S Harper
&eo--6 D R Carroll &co--9 Battle & Nohle--25 31I
Hiller &co--26 J B (Grible--2 Waltioll Sco-5 do
Ober, Atwater &co--9 H Allison &eo--5 Tlhos M
Scott &co--11 Bower & Goarne--5 It K Walker &
no--l A D Hinkle &co-S A Levi--4 Block Bros
8 Merritt, Danham. MeKinnell &eo-3 Kolhn, Ad
ler &cbo-3 R L!oyd--4I Brooks, Macdonld Soto--4
WV A Johnson &co-2 Stoewartl Bros-8500 feet of
lumber C E Gate Sco--4500 do Baker & Adoms
4500 do Z 31 Pike-sundries to order-Total 746
bales cotton
N. O., 0. & G. W. R. R.--Oct 23-7 bales of
eotton A B Charpentir--6 do Abft & Genseres-7
L Grande &co-o5 0 Broussard-6 A Jayez-4 do
Given, Watts &co-5 Lapene & Ferre-4 Hunt &
MIaoaulay--2 Darbhy, Mouton &co--3 Butler, Terry
&00--2 'J DaSilva--3 J P Maalco &co-2 Roman
A Olivier-2 Dupre & Grevenberg--32 do 2 bales
moss to order--1 do J M Knight--7 hf-bales n00ss
iontsgne & Carloss--37 hides l Lasbuqoere--2
bdls hides J L Csuret-10,800 feet lumber S Bou
drea--258 head cattle lMcQuoid, Mehle &co--sun
dries to order-Total 90 bales cotton
STEAMSHIPS--STEAMSHIPS.
BRAZOS SANTIAGiO.
FOR BRAZOS SANTIAGO.
MORGAS LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMSISIPS.
Leaves on SUNDAY, O00. 23, at S . u.
FOM IRRAZOS S&NTIAGIO-TIIE IRON
low-pressure side-wmheal steamship
St. Mary,
EBIPP, CommnKd.Ek,
WIill leave* nr .bore, ferom the foot of St. Joseprh street, car.
nile the U. S. stile.
For freight or `passage, having oleg·ott tccn-nmodotlons
arp~to I. C. IZARRIS,
__Cner CBlp i.nlC t mu n strEel et
LIVS VEUP(OL..
EEIIBIIRTO.. N ..............EI IIGSL T'IIZo
C. GRIMSISAY S COB.'S IT`,ERTPOOL. BLACK STAl
LINE. '' PA.\CK5ET SHIPS TO
BEW ORIIKANS,
Thle ntleo'iau of lbe pe ý; a of thle Snntlt 1- directedn t" theU
greur In iliticl lniiidl d by l'. 1:,iln oiil k C". for tl~e tr.nr* ·
Tbtositn oIf ats,,,, to Now I r;-e al SEE - II to. 'the
sips lE,, or 0tr,0a t ·il ia, nod B . llllt Oi cl il:l rtl 1 ol tin g
thd Benson.
Arrcngoment will be entered rote writh pCnotEl ad others,
by which eliiicntn Inbor trm bn h:"roalid.
Ramittnileer or Draft iri lol I I I E glI I· 11 -d nnI thle Rtlp
Ralik of Ireland, pn)ylllle at toy buck Ili Irclnod, iu But., from
Two Pouud, Ot ii5150 aA"u',O,
Every iuforiu iou will be given nu tppllontioo by late
Apply to C. ,.ihMJAtA\ CA,,
4 and S .211,save's Buildings,
Chinprl etreo?. Lireryeoi.
Or to It. DJ3YD, Agont,
1111 Pnydras street, N- 410c."nn
OnR 1X BVIIPbOp L-.TOE MAIT-SAILI\,. B1R1I1
Fishl pELGNyllC r -I -tc'^h rl ' r n- x o
?i' ` .' ot s~t v..
STEAMSHIPS--- .TEAMSHIPS.
NTV VN NtIIC.
FOR NEW YOliK DIRLECF.
NEW YORK MAIL STEA'SNIIIP OOMPANT'S STAR
LINE OF STIAMSIIIPS.
---T
Forming nRegular Semui-Wekly icue of Fine Ocean Steam.
ships.
FOB NEW YORK DIRIECT-THE FINE
Ocean Steamships
MORNING STAR.....1.)1 tone....Nelson, Commnder.
OUIDINO STAR...... 2.0 tun,....Berry, Commander.
MISSISSIPPI.......... 220btone... Sumner, Commander.
MERRIMACK......... lstons.... Vansme, lommoeder.
HAVANA.............. 2U 0 tons....Furber, Commander.
MONTEREY .......... 140 tons.... Whitmnan, Commnluder.
MARIPOSA............ 140u ten....Quick, Commander.
MATANZAS.... l e ..... I100 tone....- , Commannder.
MISSOURI.............leil ton.,...- , Cuo7mIoder.
The steamship
QUICK, Commander,
Will leave on WEDNESDAY, October 24, at 8 a. c., from the
Company'e Wharf, in Inont of Jackson Square.
The eeoemship
MIls.leeppl.
STUMNER, Commander.
Will leave on SATURDAY. October 27th, at 8 o'clock A. x.,
from the Company's wharf In front of Jackson Square.
hrelghtnlllbe reeowed by this Line upon the Company'.
Wharf, t all times derig business hours, and the rate. for
freight aLdpaeage will be a low I a by ny other regular
For freight or pfesae apply to
WILLIAM CREEW, Agent,
SN Cerondelet street, New Orleans
C. K. GARRISON, President,
5 Bowline Green sItree, Ne York.
FOR ,NEW YORK.
CIROMWELL'S. N Y. AND N. O. STEAMSIIP LINE.
To sall on TIURSDAY, Oct. 25, at 6 P. x.
FOE NEW YORIK-THE FAST AND REGU
ler steamship
Geo. Cronlewell,
E. E. VAILL. Commander,
Will leave her wharf, foot of Toulouse street. Second District,
First Cabin Passae ...............................$60
For hreih.h or paaiage apply to
ALFRED MOILTON,
FOR NEW YORK.
BLACK STAR LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.
To seil on SATURDAY, Oct. 27, at 7 P. .
FOR NEW YORK-TlE SPLENDID STEAM
Metiaetmlon,
L. L. CHAZZARD, .Master,
Will leave as above. from whali, foot of Cnti street.
For freight or passage apply to
DAVID lcCO \ItD, 162 Common street.
(*ALVESTOCN-- IN11)ANOLA.
FOIe GALVEI IONS DIRECT.
MORGAN LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP'S.
Leave: on TII[ RSD.A-V 2,1i. i,.st., at S p. u.
CA 11N, A II T i t;1 A LV7±t i'. , ............. 1.
lAreiY t tPA a; ,]su !II Il iii , N . 1l12 1, 1 rlte.
FOIL.bl GliL',;TNr 1l iE T l;'--TiE LltV
pressure side-wbeel iro 1t-1n1C hip
f'lirt tl ,
S. !,, iAIEWELL Commander.
Will leave as above, carryin, the l-rated States Mail, from
r wharf, ot of St. Joseph strelet.
For freihIt or pa5-ag apply o . 1. C. TIARRIS,
tOrllvr 1tatmn end nmlton erractre.
GOR ALVESTON, INDIANtLA ANID LAVACA.
:0RGA0N LISE UNITED Sl' hll.S MAIL STEAMISIIPS.
Leaves on SATURDAY, ?7:h ist, at 8 a. x.
,A" IN PASSAGE TO GALVESTON ............ ...81.
Freiht t1,lalee'i,,lI take:Ii, ,t half oi f c1ard, rates.
Fre1gt 71 -ced at La,1.7.. hee :,1" ii, telge.
F O. 1 ArYLVESTON. INDIANOLA AND LA
: saa-c-TeI low prfestre idewlln iruu ,lteamshlip
I. C. II a,.el.
J. B. LOtKI(OOD, Comemander.
WilleIre as hhora. .m tile l fou ol St. Joseph street.
S'or lIreight orlnpassage apply to
I. C. HARRIS, Agent,
Corner oamp n- comu m street".
TilE RALCIMORE AND HAVANA STEAMISHIF COM
'I
REOULAR SEMI-MONTOLY LINE.
Lelaves on SATURDAY, Ooer 27. at 6 P. r, precisely,.
FOM BALTIOIRE, VIA HAVANA_
AND KEY WESTP, arr5,1ng the United States meilc.
TIROOUGH TICKETS TO NEW YORK ............... 800
This Line comprisesee the flling first-class ctean"hipe :
LIBERTY ...... I- ,Lou....Wm. RWlin. teelin ,mmander.
OUBA ..........II O tols.....Thos. A. .aet, .Commander.
The neamship Cn.e will sail for Bahtlmore, via c avnm
sad sey \Iese. es above.
For freilght or Tllre.ae, hal IiC nInsrpas.d al ceommode
tios, appleto WITISERSI1ION a 111i.EY Agents,
20 thrundfe et street.
N. B.-No bills of lading but those of thle IIII lv ,will he
e-lned. PenIlt for freiglt m-7.t Ie proc7red from Ithis
otiee. No freight received, or bills of lshng ilaled, cfter 12
&71 .1c U ,1I.l,7I1.Ii.iI
TOWBOATS.
F. LINE.
UOMPOSEB OF TIIE FOLLOWING POWERFUL
SSIDE-WHEEL AND PROPELLER TOWBOATS:
Aebllles, Slde-wbeel, Capt. BOWEN.
NEW BOAT BUILDING, Sile-wheel, CAPT. LANE.
NEW BOAT BUILDING, Side-wheel, CAPT. LOMBARD.
Equato.r, Propeller, CAPT. WARREN,
WIbaL.h, Propeller, CAP. .MELVILLE.
Ueputblle, Propeller, CAPT. STURTEVANT.
WIcateo, Propeller, CAPT. FALLETT.
Teeumsle, Propeller, CAPT. SCRELLENGER.
NBorman, Propeller, CAPT. COOKSEY.
IIellnce, Propeller, CAPT. AVERILL.
The Achilles having 1,trge deck capacity, is well adapted for
lIghterlngoutside the Bar.
The Wabash, Norman and Reliance have powerful Steam
Engines, and Pumps capable of throwing, at lowest speed
4500 gallons of water per minute.
The number and wePl'-kn ,n power of these boats, demon
trated last season, is a .l.arantei e that no UnLecessry delay
will occur at the Bar.
For terms of towa~ge..ligbhtrage or use of pumps,*applyto
EDW. A. YORKE & CO.,
83 Poydras street.
STIBENOGTH TO THE AVEAK
YOUTH TO THE AGED I
BIOKRENE, OR LIFE REJUVENATOR !
This Nro;,ra ti'. II1m q r le t I a a Olru1enato-r and Be
storEr u' w~.te or i1 1rt ho auctl -..
and. .ten'. i. awrrl em1 dr o th t !in .,r ,, rir: ' ho 4 a ,~
hav.,e ,:ilr, ,r lh (t o rs. ý ý . .. ,t" ' ,"," r.,t. r.,
the hul{m tenrr ,,t' anyr ha n u r,-ns. ths, sluperb agparsdlion
wall remote che c:l uc n t uoau amdl ftl~ccr.
BIOKRENE
rltp,;% ETs v;. (:r: r..bi,,x. L t i. A:rrri pan t ,t' , r. hT. q T i rV
BIOKi1iENLE.
The Freeble the T a-u..l the I)-,h 'I .7,, tare ",I =hnuid
bIlle mr fr,,r n l l,.thl " , t. , i ',e h,*rr tiro l pur o-e
thee dloa per Potre or rix bottlev far b, dollars. Fohl
Road in New Orleans, by i
,,...131., >'ce t.:cz:.
SI-TAYi0AT A-- -STEAM BOATS.
FORI MOBILE DIREUpT.
MORGAN DAILY LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMERS.
(SU NIDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leaves WEDNESDAY, Oct, 21th, tolthe nrrilr, of tih 4 P. m.
-Pontchartrnln latlroad.train.
FOR MIIOBIILE fDIEECT-THIE NEW IRONy
iow-presaurcside-whoel steamer
Louise.
JAS. IIOPKINS, Comm under
Will leve as above, carrying the U. S. Mails.
Ono and alter Sunlday, tihe 21st Int., tihe Sunday trips to
Mobil i will be resumed by the Mall Line.
For freight or pasage apply to I. U. HARRIS,
Corner Camp and Common streets.
VA.TERING -PLACEMS.
SEA SHORE LINE.
FALL ARRANGEMENT.
W ATERING PLACES-BAY ST. LOUIS, PASS
Christian, Mislrsippl City, Biloxi and Ocos Springs and
P'ascagonla on Sauturdays.
The elegant and very taet low presstre steamer
Lamellal
GEORGE J. BLAKESLEY, Mastr,
Will hereater continue ter trip as tollows:
TUESDAYS....9o'elock A. . Pontchartrain R. R. TraI.
THURSDAYS, o'clock.v. ..
SATIIRDAYS, 4 o'Elok r. a.
Retuming, will leave on
WEDNESDAY MORNING.
FRIDAY MORNING.
SUNDAY EVENING.
On Saturday will extend her trips to Pascagoula, returnlng
Suliday.
The ahove trips and deoprtunrs will be regularly made, 5.0
less prevented by bad weatheror low waeer.
For further iutormatmn apply to
LOrlEN M. SORIA. 100 arondele street.
RME RIVE1R.
NEW ORLEANS AND ESIIHVEII'OIP TEN DAY EX.
I'ltESS '.ASSE.UEII I'ACKET.
Lesvos ou WEDNESDAY. filh Inst., at 5 r. x.
eOlR SII]EVEI.PORT, IGRAND lAYOtiU, CAMP.
to, Grand Ecaro, Mlontg nsry, Mouath of Cane IRiver'
Cotile, Alexandria, Norman's and Barhin's landings, and
all ih.torm>,di ato landinls ont Red rivet--The l ast, sidewheel
p,,.uenoer packet
r tlltle Stephlens,
MAURICE LANGHOiIIN, I' Mater; I. N. CARPENTER,
Will leave as ,la o. For f eicht or paI =.ia aliply on board,
Yor to JNl ROB R TI)I OIEI I't iJN, i 'I'rholiIlUl ih.i 1trUet.
or N. l). DIINO IUlCE. 2 Th, Aitoulis astretA.
J. i. 'rIIII. IT12I ,Ild Loeo 1tre t.S
privilegevf reda~plnph
\ '.GtNIt'S V. DETNTZEJL, Advertiin- n Aent.
Leaves on T1II tI"RSDA Y , -c. 25, ,t s . t .
WOR LEI:I'AEOND, SIII EVE 'ORT, G(RAND
Ecrtr, St. 31,UU't, . ,tle, Aud uE drea, Nm'ndr 'a . NorLm 's
and nll iute i11la: tlondlgi s n, lTed follovnr-- T am r hlW ý :al
s't (l . ad I T ratu .I I-.. ,Atler., Th e,. ..1 ,
hr , i a or E . tot or a ge ap lyt
CELLOS S GWATRTNEY13, 1iront streot
Fho S)le do Is 4 IJN ,.lther iicietl ,]4tw) oIily 12 i IIehe
light, ad st'tt e A rl ii ail R SIc NOT., Ts. M
u.a:IG 'I_<i. I IN Z/l. AlDrtiA.Nin AeI.t.
LFve snillO F S UIfY, 2tli i st._ at 5 P. F.
Ll' ESI TTESDAY, TADAY meria SAUDY,
F OR SEnFInIRVSON T GA.'l'ElT SRAYl,
Io Itlou r' I. 3 ,t llrf t'. . t ol,] , .'orh'x ±i.!d .`al t'>, ip. ,u -
Nhlh 'i g lerk, wl tp, SEN. S. URlLN, M ti il irn h L.
n Co rt, r to T.U. AIhIID ' N lti ,. i5 ul p ee'."
Wa N,,li . I'+un ,hql rTT: It
T l' , Thi, . W.. i a awT ON, cat 1,pack't«. r,.s, " .r c
X I'. .5 i U ,h~, I.. S. GINOY, Nttr . tIR Age
FOR J 'l:Ri 1,"1r'O ]I· Ii E:T--FOR JEI.R
C5s SR, W t. e i r. 3 r T, rleD , r 11,1Ae,,t N m.
S NheNlUh Ac DAMl ,tllul it u ti . 23 lso lt u p.aGv,
,Nh' L N.'. DOP.1I.'1 uI) S 1 ,' Smtnon qtr,,";
,rNO. It- iIf NSiN, 7,a Tv,"ý.p it,,ula, t L ret,
e-1" ,.a r FRIDAY, OCo. 2;, rat 5 P. ,t.
.O$ .t EIt'I.'1:R8iON n1iET--FR JVFFER
"uu~xtta On p(N ,' Oru E , It. olnu rie '.reA.
rdnn, Nnrniatln B In sL N,7s " a ll w r ,in- mhw o reet
Jive r- e. i A -. Adv. ;i t eo n t - "r2, -sdd. ,
Ti le, L ohns t l ",s truh, willO ladn, wi. thouv t the lrsibil
Fo r ] - Iage ) o ., GR N boar, G
Gou "'tt , IapTe l , (ran Ecore, Al nd r.
Lad. y 1a;ee, . W. HAMOND, 2M1ster. t
otI thr, g LEN. t. K dNg, 3 tl us hiter.
NEWORLEAdd S, T. AAND, SHREVEOsrR
SI. OTT & RDAMS, 23 CNNOmerclal Plate.
CAMI)I-pN. TRE]BNTON, +CTC:
RE.GULAR OPACIITA PACKET.
s186.......f I PER ANENI T ARRANGEMENT .....196
LN.1sENEIBT n'EINE1I).\AY, Rt. ,.
FOOR SLA IIA 11.1 ,MiLING. OUACHITITI
"IIIIR, I Iad nil, i 22 2gbl r., Ci ri .1,11
O-i river+--'t'he upercngpaseencier rteoJilr Idnhnr.
Nick YrLaakhlins, olnter. nm, Lawvhulr clerki, will ieave
reelll~riy a. nbb·Iv-F
31. -mer IdBaight ill take freight foRr CamdenYan all
laudi ng, ou, till: Upper Oslneilit l river, witll 'ri'ilcp e ul' re
rlipiille nu thle atcr Alice No Wort will tAI, e 11 B 113 te
Bayer d'Arb,,nro lout x)L)( Il~rrthUIE ew. with privilege off
VIRRipping , h light ni1Dt stmrL b nu. A2 ll B3 ighb rani.
by thle stcrmrr ldxhoh t'. r Uavila Jae·, nod Ten-, w ill b el
ouat thn,oglh t~illioit doluly. Nl WWýý,lt tokenl to Kiwlbbnll LunU-d
11 , , e t Riverr. I'nsnmirlnp, t:,keu fo nil Coast~a Liudin~s.
,,or freight ht r 11.a . e xp),L on balrd,. tot
F'. J. 55nINBL12N, Agentt 51 )Lagarine ntrcet
or to Rl}"LIEY A OLP AL(Y. 32 Canal etreet,
VIRI3INIUS :YDE NTGEL, Advsrrialo Anent.
REGULAR WEEKLY OIIACIIITA PACKET.
180E ...... Fa LL ARBRAIIIEIIENT.1......... . 1$U
Lenves EVERY bAICERDAIY , I R S,,cloc . 1.
FOIL TIIEcIT NO, MOENEOE, COLUMBIA, lIAR.
Ji.2.llrbg ad .ml landings on Blak and Ous22111 Riv,.
Th2 m2guiient, fast rCBin.llli.g teamer
B,.yt -Aile,
JOHN W. TOBINI, Mater, G. PRES. WORK, Clerk,
Will leave -n above,
hie 1teamer Bart Able will take freight for Camde, and
all 1- enug on Uppear Oi.nchi~x river, with the privilege of
rrhippleg cm the I21II ra Allce No. 2. 1, 2 11nd id.I I
The Barta Able will txk. freightl for all ilandila g
Bayous D'Arbonn andl Bllrtl,"lomew, with privilegle of re
12312n a 121mer .122., 1.311111 31121.. 2 11 112l mkll
st ipiula, nuea itiesea sn ith the he abve e satammers n at Sylpromaking
Tuerdic nlo oln$.
T-cIdtmorning.
'Il h BRart I,112ll extend her trips Every Wleekto all
landirgga on LIau-er Te-% as o high np us thle Lakn, and rill
tike IIIIINIup xUd RoItn down at grEL. A reduced rate2 .
Shippers eoln rely oln all freight heiug carried through withouut
steriog or rr.-hllllilll.
Pas~sengers token fur all Coast landngs.
For traight or pxssn!."e xp1ldy nn bmrrd or to
0, O DONOUVEUE 2 Telhoapitoulaa treet, "
VIRGINIUS C. DENTLF.L. Advertising Aent,
0 PICLOJSAES.
Leaves Eery SATURDOAY SIt RI
PLOIIOP.F.IOVAS, ARH1NR2ONPOBR AXRJ,
1` mon } Buylil &lea, nnU H l xtnI*~it Ildinge ou
Bayo t C' urnLnle, ,Im L Alcilf-1y anld JTlia:issipIi revere-The
line, lipglt-drrmslgl: :;;iyell~er etcnmrr I:Lt~,llrl, U. C. Pickett,.
irr, . R. fir. lerk, wll )Ca1 nE nbu.2 . tl
5nIRu, il YTC 'l hi I tn I2CNaly1 51.,1I1N,2,li .1101N
ING ait 19 o'clock. P.rlr lllsr tlsl o i l id to coast bne-·
nes". For i-rl"hl or V- , ego app~ly on boalrd, lent of St.
Louis etreet.
CARRI1ERS .C LOGAIN.
nn"lN iI2le .1Y, UII Nevie II, tsu
QiROTNTCS L`. DI ;Nf.. 1ll, (ntIs; n . II . I
I""1., rP: N1 P'11S 1. AY, T'ECr.
Ill 121 O 1.I.O -IVY ,,,--li TS-, LIGH1 DRAFT,
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vlrrl sill !,"+ I ,r Di tr,.!,,i-,t , r'h~iii r, , on, T'·.
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MIME I:I.*!r·. '`~` Sr
STEAM.O0 TS ---TETAM:BOATS.
ATWANTIC AND IITNSISSI'I'I SIEAMNHIP (IOMPANY,
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
FO YIiKiBSIiUiiw, MEMPHIS, CAIRO AND
ST. LOUIS.
One of the following first class pasenger steamers wU
leave as aove and for all intermediiate lendings EVERY
EVENING at 5o'lock5irom the Company's wharf, foot or
Muth, LEdy Gay,
W. M. Arthur. Olive Branch.
Paulune .Urrorll; MI1salspplt,
Atlantle. Mollie Able.
Julle, continental,
Lumlnat., Mary E. Forsyth.
J. C. UNeo, o dward Walsh.
The above bo.is have recently been thoroughly r5lltd, and
are unequalled for speed anud camlbrt by any afloat
Plan of the cbine can be seen and staterooms ecured at the
Compans's o'ce, No. 104 Common street, opposlte Oity Hb o l
JOSEPH BROWN, President.
iNO. F. DOUGLAS, Agent, 104 Cermen stet.
ATLANTIC AND MITSISSIPPI STEA0MSIIIP COMPANY.
L Eav E on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 21, at 5 o'clock ..
F. lolp A'T. ,1OU I0 , CAIRO . ME P11'111 VIC' S.
aburgo tlheo , ENolll R(ge and at nteSimd 5 late
iaodinngl-Te cw and splendid patsscnger ,teamarT M[I..
alalppl, A. J. Carter, manler, J. D. Ahdhr, .lrek wil
leve tee too t t of Camm,,n street, tt al hve. For freight or
passage apply on board, or to
JOIIN F. DOUIAS, AgentD
104 Common stlreelt, oplpoiteh to tLtv H, .el.
ME:M~i3It3. ---_ ---
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, 2th inst., at 5 p. a.
FOUR MEMIPIIS, IIELEN , NAIOLEON2
J.' /lekblrg, NSatiChs, 'nlt all nt-r elate ,n"L , g.-r l'h
splencdid passetnger ntena erY utherst·. Li+hk:,itnn, n ma
ter, S:r-e igt!it' k clerk w y lexve as a e. TJ'he ,un:herer
will gie tbrwgh bllls it+ ladmt. to Ill lil c uUIn ol \u'd h iea
widlAr~li.t i-ivory l'~ ll Aln.r ,lllllln ,ld to i y
ttll bttlon bur nes All pCoI1~; In il.ln.: Ludu, gs U ., a
irOi ht1 t.,kau nt rnuuced rt*. Parlfreilrt cr psr.ý,c u p
ply on boalrd, r o ALLEN, \AYL. lOE
VIOO11NIC1I C. 01112T%4 L crrr no ~_ Arun:
REGULAR IEOLIIE111S AN.S NEW ODIILPAN \VEDNES
DAY PACKET.
Lcavce as fillows:
WEDNESDAY............... ... ...(ctlchr 5.
W EDNESDAYl. . ...................... llu,o c . I.
,SED NE D.aY . ......................... O to, ber !1.
W IEDII SINAL ' D ....................... Vo eal,¢r i i.
WEDNENDAY................. ..iNov 1 .
FOHR MEMPI'IIRS-1--0'I H LENDID 'ARSSNGEII
2steallcr Ilenry Vaon Phol.
J. F. VICKS, .Master; J ., AUFCILL, C(2rk;
Wi1le-1sv al1 R ,, . 'Ilo e.l11ry VIn P.I. .i. lk e thr. u
'1 rticular Ittention p4ao I llo 1 t I ay nd dlantatilu iuslnda ss.
duce ),I: t I Fordnj; made, h nd h sighs taken at n-d+,cal rates.
FAor friLght or , 1,l- g apply gn b, ard,,r
ALLEN. WAYNE A CO,", S:all e street.
N. B.-Paotsuors tllkto.,l through to uLo ,vil:e and (o m
nhati i.hour. Irom Memlh.I
IILCULAR NEW VY A LEAN S AND" 01 LONEU. S.
O DAY PA( 11.T.
W EDNE S.DI o ............. ...... Sol` ,,r: -
ALLENWANr W. CV.li , NON r
r i-F o Crig o .I....... .... ui . . l..i. O 101 itr t.
00r~ i~l , '11 1.0,1 , t1. 1 212 11 i.n
V'IDICK MAON, 0I-t-L ANDV SELl ANv1ti'K, (' 0;
GOR1 VI kNEE 04, 11A01,II/, A II} ANI EE
\VII IeH t'e ,sxe h theL nuit ill " it, ,I' r r ,l' ,,l!: I el r . u b I,
S lading to !dl l, h u. n+, the 1,'1 r ad a,,
rnc pl yr a t Et~,, . I , ai t,1 r ud p tlltlh t ra . .
duced r t . es. ,F - N T EO t ,, S. n is nd, or to
ALLEN, AYN ,1co., 35 11htt. N .treet.
Nq'. U.-Pnt~igl, tiakettd throug to I..ul` ills nuD Chr
.1MALE U. LIIA 0KET. 02
Le,,e. a2ERY p'0SD1Y 1t 5 '. 1.
4lF.11E llLVlllI11,4501 NiA.'fCIIEI GAND NEWLF.
i. ,01n02, 1t fre I'',, 1,1t21 Alroo, I1 Ad1a0 1 ., 211 >y.1 1
0 0ra, tau t 1ouge, .1,, p.ld n .ille and nlueuA.edlnte .,a
SI ob crt E. JLee,
wi. llL. \avies, a1ae.Pie Too ,ert E. Lee wall, iakl frei1ght
kl. ur. fl QOr il 112 1 10 l oe 0l11i t ldt. h ,,t Lee0
so no 1urp t d by 1tha,"ny4.2 Ia ut111101he 11cte1r 'l .iul, hero
F,2r Ireilgt or p 01asage pl d on board or to l
V E (. . I)T il ATl, 17 Tch lptoulans street.
A. A. B1T 'rI'N, I,,E h t strct.
VIOGINICS C. DENE'iL. . 1,erti 0.n Age.not.
VTRGINIU'8 C. DENTEL. Advertleing Agent.
VICESSURO AND NATCHEZ U. S. MAIL PACKET
FASHION.
Leaves EVERY RATURDAY, atH I ,/d,,S. Y.
Fox 1)ONALIP8ONTILLE, PLAnSUEMINE
Port Hudson, Baton R-fne, Bayoul Sala, Fort ddams, Hat
chese, Waterproof, St. .Toerph, Rodney, rxnlm Ijalf, 'Ixn ent er,
ewCarthagie and Vicksburg-The le algliieeat pa, esjger
b~eamer Fa.hIou F. D. P tn,,, master, E L. Shaw, lerk,
will leave re hoce. For 71,3t1;ht or p..''Ne, pn1y v bonrd,
or to S. D lIN7E, ITT 5121MCl
urto (EO. DII11E.Ii Teoupitoula. slrct. );
JAS. BUTLEII. 32. UC.. I17 F1,3, LsN.
or CELLUS & (IVARTNE., 13 rontstreI.e,
Th sateamler F'hlliioO connects or Vicasburp with packlets
Bfr a MB tllii nod the Bends,
The 1'sh,,Ii,, I,,,,'n with tIN YzoNo panclt, m
sign, thriough hIills of ailing toii Y~rla, Ortl. and treuawaoda4
YIIRINI US U. DENT''IEL. Advertisin AgnLt
VICKSBURU , NATCHEZ AND NEW ORLEANS IIEOD. J
LAN SATURDAY PACKET.
Leaves ',ery SATURDAY. at b P.
FOR VIUBYH ia aNAI'YUHEIZ. GRA.ND ULF,
Rodrnoy l llrt AIIxlmU BsgnU lirl, fort udsoCa BrR~on
Rouge, I']nm(aru inen, I1,naldllsliiler and a11 ll crarnnedha
coast .ad pla~rntaton Isdingpi-The magnificentpasseng~er
packet
Ilinentn.
T: P. LEATHERS, Master; ADOLPH MARTIN. Cler;
Will leave e Nhove. TIe XIINntn will tnkn Ureight and
passengers fur )Ipmppi , and the ends, sodl :-Y -ol River·
Nth toe pNrl-Iege f rcOlppig. FNr 2fNirt, IpMId nJý
ulS'ty, IIIR bot Is lr-,insed, n1d her tnble in sI INlied
Nwiththse benIthe marMket at Nds. For firiNigh CMpa.S'g np.
ply on board, or to
DINNOTT A ADAMS, 23 Cnmm, cial Place.
JNO. A. STEVENSON, I FrnIt 11,11.
VINSINIUS U. DENTREL, Advertising Agent.
BAYOU S3ARA.
La·v*N avNrt WEDNESDAY at 10A . N., snSd v r SATURN
DAY at 6 P..
FOE BYAO1O SAA, EATON ROUSGE, PLA.
rSnemIIN , DInaldeon1UlI, and all Intermediate Inndldg.I
The new nNnd elpelS I'N-lheI steNmer SN. N SIIRNu, &
Heno masterJ. C. Litmnn clerk will IIIve Inae si RN'
turIDN?1,Ish ,Rlil leave B Iayo T Ivy SUNDAY .an
NNIMNNNNNFor t or ..sage
ARTIlUS TIIISAUT, 37 Peters at.
LESU E SBAYS'S, IS Sienllle I.
Shipper. arm Ionelblo for pp mC¢L of freigrh
VINSIRIUS C. 'ShTzeL. A NMrI.
REGULAR U. S. NAIL PACKET-TWICE A WEEK.
Leaves every SUNDAY, lt 9 A. N., and WEDNESDAY
ta 6r. Y.
DIE. R 'Adn' IVC , PORT HUDSONg. BATON d
SCSI.. Pneine, Dounlddase and all ictMrmNI'I.N
land YII's- INI'he 's IN cn5r .2,1rmo r , ,'Nrhe, A B.
B .rAMI:R masIter, IlavMS t, aboMNIN.
RstLnoni, lenvIN lBano SaraI ery ,IO S nndUS HIIUIRS.
AA I% comm'; )%-It the o.st ;u dayiigat. For freighit pas
5, Dl. SUiNN, 29 CII of st. N rtNI . o
COMA . I I\ IhiT IN,, Inxll il - IINt.
VIR(U I NT'; I`. !lET !"3~I.h; ntlurn lailii *cet.
--- RE1)UL,% BYOU ABA PAC:KET.
STEMERN.IN NIA.. N--V1, 3 ,,'S, laste .
IIIveIIv21 S 2O.NIDASiI ti 15 111'., ad IIIAY at 1l l . S l"
r of 15-1I YOPI NAHA. PORIT Oil!DSONP. BATON
to iuy*r' Playas-::ins, ainlnsrnli· ad all rotcr
on Bayoao Latnr~sr,',.r For fr,i:·i t ur pxetun"- nli.Piy on hoard.
or to N.3Thl..L T U ,A -, ir.d"srr
1' ,. IllS illIi- :, . 1+ . 10,1..
11 o2 N I NN IIN' I . A . CAL .,s .re.
.NN,.NN 111 50 IX'~ SI.a). 'Ul;AyOU SN, UNINE"
5Le~~u t~ L ll, I'I")V :i 5.1 NI., N.,, AY
12.111 N,,'.s,,,.1,,I X ISSI F11:~. i ;I" ,
I, . 1. III 7T LLV.C.'s INI II', t,2;lN JOS. DAi.
ýI1 T1SIl P h:1,TN1.r, ·~,P diT -RTKT
auart h ri ; ma myllbll T~llll 1*lj~) C
'rh I J. N. v" :r p :aicriar olt to n 1. cu.t
freight an pssr1 ~ r F tr ",rý,pn"n_, oIp':noilu:ý
:1:1 i cL"~ ut:: .tr~ct.
lp";7N V8 C n!ull

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