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PflCM IOmLUMAL OF THE STATE OF t0UIgIANA
TUELDAY MOBRNRIJ , JUNE 9, 10~6.
AUOCTIrO AiI.M TRIE MAY.
MOToOMUXT ao St o00. ell, as I1 .'s, A their
Asetiu Moat. 57 CamS jeam, frnitufhw e; Slr, as
II eouc A.. I. N P. o as skohL. e i OmviLter eet,
hara, melee. te.
THE AR3nnI asiles, 1* s'elock . at the erhants' and
Aueniass buer e real esatu.
Pee ed:t:a:te m o third pems.
Mymbe. JineS. IN. !
The money market continues dull and monoto
Owi. Gold opened at New York thin moralag at
1391, aglart 139J the closing rate Laturda eve
sing. At11 A. i. ad 12 I I. was sl q Obd at
the openg agore, nad at S r. U. *nseed at 1389.
Thes daad and supply in tals market have die
closed no alteration whatever sone our last, a&rd
prices ave exhibited aal uiformity. We
append prOtleis of the actual sales or the
d sy, vi- $3000, 86000 and $15.000 G-ld
at124; 5 ., $2000, $4000, $8000 and $6000 do.
as l Baesaof Bilverembraced 6600 American
halves at 136. We now quote Gold 1309139),
As.erlesa lilver coln [email protected], and Meziea dol
lau 148e1434.
Fowiao Ecax4s--There is scarcely anything
dotng In Sterling or 'rases. Offering of com
maeroml bills are exceedingly light, andithe rermt.
tsace demand cannot be regarded as much better
than nominal, while rames stall continuestiff, owing
to the firmness of prices in the New York market.
We subjoin a statement of the trifling operations
reported today, as follows, vz : £500 bank Ster
ling at 1104 for Gold. £3000 ) I commerci ii do. at
1631, 1.0,0o0f. private Irancs at 3.674. We still
quote bank Sterling l144. clear bills [email protected],
ball of lasdig bills 5I4Gi5:1l, bhnk France 3.631.,
and commercial do. ;.4(f43.674.
Dom~acE:xcuas N-Inactivity is still the most
promineat featu'e of the movement under the
above heeding. The market is but very scantily
supplied with commercial sight and short eight,
ad the inquiry on the part of remitters shows
an uniuterrupted abatement. The following tate
meat embraces the principal purchases by banks
and hakers since our last, via: $16,(000 New
York commercial sight at par; 810.o00 do. at
cent. premium; $)0,000 do. at 3-16 J cent.
premium ; $26.000 and $30,000 do. at 41 cent.
premium, and $10,000 do. at 5-161 cent. premium.
We stll quote I V cent. premium at bank and
par~g W cent. premium out of doors for sight
checks on Norther citiese.
Unceasrt Nomsi AND ScUcsins- Opera.
tions in City Notes are still restricted to small
purcbases or the payment of taxes, and rates iv
dicate but little tf any variation. Louisiana State
and Bank of lneuianaa Notes continue wholly
neglected, and transactions in nearly all olanses of
Stocks and Bonds remain at a standstill. The an.
nexed are the only actual sale reported to day,
via: $1000 and $5000 C.ty Nutes at 374 4 cent.
discouot.
srucIAL Drinawavc.-We are Indebted to
the Western Union Teloraph line for copies of
the following private dispatohes received over
that route to-day, via:
New York. June 8-10 A. .-G(;old opened at
1391. 10:46 A. u.-Gold 13I;. Cotton--market
inactive; prices drooping,. though not quotably
lower. Sterling 110l110;. 12 u.-Gold 1.19;.
Cotton-market dull and drooping; middlings
30(0., Mobile 30s0., Orleans 31. Sterling steady.
3 P. a -Gold 1191. Cotton-market tnctive ;
prices drooping; sales to-day 204 bales; nominally
at about middlings 30., Mobile 304c., Orleane
30Bc. Sterling steady. Fve-twenties of 1631.
couppee 116l ; of 1862, 1124; of 1864, 11/; o,f
186b, 1101; new issue, 1134; new series, 1967,
1134. Ten-fortees, 1(0. even-thirties, second
series, 1084; third series. 109).
Liverpool, June 8.-11:16 A. .--Cotton market
quget; esutimated ale 8000 bales; uplands 1144.,
Orleans lld. 1:20 P. x.-Cotton quotations
unchanged; estiamed sales 8000 bales. 3 r. x.
Cotton market heavy; sale to day 7000 baes ;
uplands 1144d., Orleans 114d. 5 P. x.-Cotton
market drooping; sales to day 7000 bales; uplands
[email protected], Orlesas [email protected]
London, June 8-11:16 A. x.-Consola95)@95
for money. and 964 on account. Five-twentles
71734. 1:20 P. a.-Consols,96j for money, and
9651964 oa account. Pls-twenties 73). 6 r. x.
Console, 9654~45s for money and 952 on account.
Oaaacant Orric. Me. N O ast u e
aouear r vi . J.e 8. 145
Corrow-With advices at hand of continued
weakaes in the Liverpool and New York mar
kets, priesbhere have delined to-day fully 4o. 1
16. The demand sad supply have been of a limit
ed character throughout, however, and the total
operations amounted to only 552 bales, Including
:50 bales taken by on- party. Rates are slightly
steadier this evening, and we now quote : Good
ordlnary 264(027c., low middling [email protected] and
middling 2,4-(.c.
OMPZALATVIV5 DAILY TOTAL 1CEEOPI OF COTITON
AT Ti POTy DETRIM PlAST TWo WEEKs.
Jo.u 6...... .......... 111 y 30 ........... . t
sum 7....... ..........13N J.y 1 ..... . .
Jmee  ............... Il June .. .. . 7:
009O00Yl9 2mY.
aseis seu si 1e s ,. ..... 2 .. ........... . 1 4.17
gse (iv5 l c Saturday .. ............... 272
usr ,"wurt...t ...............................69.5.-4467
a - r . . . n -, - I
Useei pleusterdy...................-... .,
ils ~Lde hs.............................(I095
The exports this evening are exclusively for l.v
erpool.
liros AD MoLassus--There ie but little move
ment to notice under this heading. There is a
fair inquiry for the choice grades of Cuba ugare.
but thbe bower grades are almost neglected. Good
and fine grocery grades are held at [email protected] *.
and fair to lue box Bugars at [email protected] l th.
Coba Molosses is quotea at [email protected] galloou.
Loolalana 8ugar is scarce, but there is no change
to notiee in prices, via: 144c. for fair. 154. for
prime, 164c. for yellow elarisled, and 17c. j It for
white do. Louisiana Mllasses is selling at reta:l
at 84085e. s gallon.
FLora-There is no Improvement in this mar
ket. There is no present demand for export, aud
dealers are only purcharing in quantil:es to meset
immediate requirements: prices, however, rule
sb-ut as last reported. Thbe sales~o-day are con
fined to 2000 bbla., of which 3(0 and 400 bbls.
treble extta on private terms, 100 bbl. superftine
on private terms, 60 bbla. common st $7 25. 100
Iol. doable extra at $9 25, 50 and 100, bb!s.
treble extra at 89 73, 100 bbls. do. at $9 624. 109
tbbl. do. at 810 J,4. 100 do. at $10 50. o100 bols. at
$13 75, 100 and iot choice at $14, and 101 and 100
bbll. do. at 1410 bhbl.
(:Coln-The maket is well supplied and the de
mnsid i fair but contined mostly to the trade.
Holders at first wre firm at Saturday's rates, but
s buyerarefosed to operate at those prices the
firmer were compelled to submit to a redu:tiou.
Sale. mere 13.110 sacks, of which 1123, 13.4 and
15(0 sacks white and yellow mixed. and 500 and
1000 scks white mixed at $1 9 lurhel, 600 sacks
nixed at 90c., 5000 sacks white ,n p:ivatre terms,
125 sacks white mixed at $1 023c.,and 150 and 8e
sacks white at $1 05 9 bushel.
Oat--There is conaderable falling off in the de
nmalnd sad ptrices are lower. ialesto day are 1100
sacrks, of winch 250 nod 730 sacks at 75., -and 100
sacks at 77c., tusheb .l.
Li:an--35t sacks sold at $1 Po  1l0 It,.
110 --Thire is no change to notli:e ii the
markct. ChL-ic is scarce and comm:tnding tall
plices, while the lower grades, tu,gh in lair ilx
ply are selling at merely nominal rtten. 1-les
to, day ae,300 bales ordinaryjnot inspected, a: $1-i
. too.
l'osa-There is a better feeling to day. an un
der an act ye demand lrices ar,- th.--r unI fil..r
Ses embrace 13u3 bblo.. of whi. lv I,. to) and
43 tbl,. mess at $2n 5s, and 50, 10) andl S 5 bbl.
do. at $24 j tbl.
Bacos-There was more inquiry to dray than
for some time past and price. were tir;:er. bu:
not quotably Ilgher. Sales wero It ca., ot
bhlch 15 casks shoulders at 13jc.. 13 casks c.eur
rib sides at 16je . i casks clear sides at lic., and
9 csaks do. at I74c. t oh.
L·a--Tbhe market Is quiet and pries are lower.
75 tierces sold tday at l4o. . t. Kegs are
held at Ilehi)o. )t 1.
iuasmrs--iNo cangeo of any moment to
notice. Obragr of cotton coasutwise are light.
Fre (Ii oreign ares rather firmer. The namber
of vesels an the berth grdually dimimhing
huas dued maters todma d higher rates.
We guote: i steam to Lrverpool id. for
oot1o, 144. fr en, SA. for tobacco. Liv.
erpool by mll, to l up h r h and Americas.
7-16d. for notton. SSd. for corn, ,s. for
tobheco to Lver~li e nd Me. to Ilondon. To
New York by stear, o. r cotton, lc. for
ern, and 65. ffor ue, aad 6 for tobooo. New
Yotr by ul, Ic. for otoon, 15e. for ocr and 650.
for 6er. T bestem by tem, In. 8cr ontUe,
184e. ~ r -er t for our. j~es by ail,
Io. hS8 ea IMe. aor ean and s. hr eur.
1eto e he sell, obttos seminal and 35.. Lr
SeWA h h5w m1 5-160. fr nman.
*ler: "utell fip i
The weathr a a way wase t 94 warm :
towards sunset 4 few Ilresatnmg clouda made
their appearance in the roclwst, promising that
which we ll sod a ng ood, heavy
rain. At 11 P. x. a regaer thunder storm burst
upon us, sod the long looked for rain began to
fal. It didn't do anything grtm, hlwever, for I,
leae than an hour the stars were again vieble, and
old mother earth, parched, aye almost burnt tp,
as she was, most have been awfully 4dsappointed
Yesterday it wrs as hot as usual, and at this
wrlting there is no prospect of rain.
The A. G. Brown made her usual excursien
tritp to Catrollton Sunday, and was crowded eanh
way with delighted pleasure seekers. Of cusre
t apt. asesett sod Oliver Canton did their best to
make every one on beard feel perfectly at home.
tBusines was better on the landing yesterday
than it has been on Monday for a long time.
Several of the stesmers advertised to leave th
evening were receiving freely.
The river before this city is still at a stand.
Capt. Jas. Tucker, of the mnagnifcent Red
River packet Monsoon. hba our thanks for favors.
To the officers of the Gov. Allen we are in
debted for courtesies.
News items are becoming intolerably acarce
upon the steamboat landing.
The Lotawanna, Capt. Brinker, is nup for Clon
cinnati and intermed ate landings on the Missis
sippi and Ohio rivers. the has splendid saceonm
mnudations for pasedngers is fast, and under com
mand of clever and attentive officers.
1 be arrivalasince our last issue were as follows:
Monsoon. Capt. James Tucker, from Jefferson.
with 1113 bales of cotton, 182 head of cattle, 13)
sheep and enodries. Lotawanna, Capt. Brinker,
frrom Camden, with sundries. New Era, Capt.
(;rose, from Bayou Nara, with sundries. Nina
himmes, Capt. W. B. Greathouse, from Lockport,
wtnh a g od trip for the season. Aloe, Captain
Radovich. from Lower Coast. Gov. Allen, Capt.
, hblte. front Greenville, with 75 bales of c ,tton,
3500 sacks of cotton seed, etc. Latuarche, Capt.
Nouns, from Hbreveport, with 5i bales of cotton,
141( head of cattle and snndr:es.
Charles Drown, engineer of the Lafourche, has
t ur thatks for favors.
The alilant A. (i. Brown. Capt. W. S. Bsenett,
Ib-uee at ti-on to-day tor the lower coast : Mr. Ui.
('anton is her attentive clerk. The accmnmm ida
tire, of this packet are secrond to noue In the
t·dle,. ard her offl.ers are gentlemen with whol
it is a real pleasure to do business.
'he regular New Orleans, Shreveport sad Jef
ferson packet Monsoon, Capt. James M. Tucker,
one of the best men tiatgever trod the hurricane
rouf of a steamboat, leaves this evening at 5
o'clock. Her passenger accommodations are an
rqualed by any boat in Red River. and her reputa
tuon as a carrier it .ecoud to none. Her rates will
be found as low as those of any boat in the trade.
Mr. Ferd. V. Cellos has charge of her offile.
The regular weekly Shreveport packet La
fourche. Capt. Ben. B. Kouns. leaves tais eveniug
at.3 o'clock, taking freight and passengers for
Jefferson and all points on utper Red River with
privilege of reshippulr at Shreveport. She is a
good boat, and her officers are clever and accom
modatteg.
The Itose Franks. Capt. J. W. Carleton, leaves
this evening at 5 o'clut k for Camden. Mr. P. A.
Work has charge of her office.
F-on JEF.rEgso - I~dtepcdlent I'acket.-This
evening, at 6 o'clock, Capt II. Kellogg will back
out the favorite passenger steamer Mlttie Ste
phens for the above and all intermediate landings,
taking both freight and passengers at as low
rates as any boat in the trade. Freight to Jtfler
son, 75c. and $1 per banrel. Messrs. Maurice
Langhorne and H. R. Eppler have charge of her
office, and her larder is in charge of that prince
of caterers, Mr. John Sawyer.
The nqw. fast, and we may say unequaled, pas
senger packet Gov. Allen, Capt. Jim White.
leaves at her usual hour (5 r. l.) to-day for
Greenville, Vicksburg and all intermediate land.
inga. In her office the genial countenance of our
friend Capt. Alex. McVay will be seen, ready, as
of yore, to treat his friends with that politeness
which has won for him the re"pnct, we may even
say the admiration, of each and every person
who ever either traveled or transacted bosiness
with him.
The Nina Simmes, Capt. Greathouse, left last
evening, at 5 o'clock, for Lockport, with a good
The New Era, Capt. Grors left at the same
hour for Bayou Sara with a rather light trip.
" Memphis, May 8. Ie68.-To Sinnott & Adams :
Will be down Wednesday morning.-A. McGiUl,
steamer Belle Lee."
The Grey Eagle, Capt. V. B. Baranon, from
Bayou Barsa. J. G. Blackford and Annie Wagley,
from Washington, and Flicker, from Bayou La
f-urche, will be found at the landing this morn
in he Bismarck, Mohawk. Kellogg and Pargoud,
hence, arrived at St. Louis on the 4th Inst.
The Robert E. Lee, hence, arrived at Cairo in
three days and aix hours from this city. Pretty
quick, considering the freight she had on board.
Captain James H. Pepper's mammoth steam
boat Thompson Deane, was successfully launched
at Cincinnati, on the 5th, 'and now floats upon
the water a paragon of river architecture. S z
has a capacity of 3000 tons, being greaser than
that of any boat on the Western or Southern
rivers.
Late arrivals from Red River report that stream
falltrg slowly from Shreveport down.
We have nothing later from the Ouachita.
FPOM OtUt ExCHANUO S.
From Cincinnati Enquirer, June 5th:
" The weather yesterday was clear and very
warm, the thermometer ranging at 87. The river
was rising slowly yesterday, and was thought to
be about at a stand last evening, when there were
twenty feet in the channel by the bridge pier
math. Moderate quantities of freight were m v-,
I irg down to different steamers loading yesterday,
but basinees was not notably brisk to any point.
The tamed New Orleans packet John H. Groes.
beck, Captain Dan Maratta, is announced to leave
to day at 5 r. x., positively. Captain Alt. Stein,
of the P. W. Strader, arrived from Louisville yes
terday. The Argoey departed fr New Or'eans.
The Fanny Gilbert arrived from New Orleans."
From Louisville Courier, June Cth:
"The river continues to rise slowly at this
point, with seven feet three inches water in tne
canal, live feet three inches water in the chute,
aid four teet three inches water on the rocks last
evening, ariue ef six inches since our last report.
Weather clear and warm. Business dull. the
magnificent passenuer steamer R. E. Lee will tike
her departure for New Orleans at noon to-day,
from the Portland wharf. The Lee is one of the
fleetest and batidsomest hosts that flBnoats~; she ge,
promptly. The Legal Tender arrived last night
and returns to New Orleanso to-day. The tow
boats with tows of coal, arrived from New Or
leans yesttrday. Star, six barges, Louisville;
imnpson Ilorner, eight btat and fuor barraes and
two trll boats, containing 21,00li bushels. New
ir:caiae; Hercules, five ocaw and two barges,
Louisville; Greyhound. seven harges, Cairo. The
Sam Merwin, with four hay boats. contaIniang
abunt 5(~00 bales f hay. was to leave for New
()ileans last night. the Ajax, from New Or
leans, withll a tuow of eIghteeU barget. arrived at
the foot of the canal ye..terdsy. iie wil comne
up to day. The towboat G;ranud Ike, with a tow
<I empty barges, will come up, over the fails
to-day.'
"PI-rTari-. June 5- P. M.- Weather clear and
wa-rner. lRver fourteen inches and lalling.:
Fiom the St. Louis Democrat, June 5:
" Bate of freighsb to New Oreas ave been
steady for some weeks at flour 400. per tabl. and
corn ?;c. per sack, untl )esterday, when they
tuinbled to the decidedly light figures ti 20 and
15c. respectively. Say* one party-the Pargood'a
agetLt brit ke down the ra'es to 25c.: another saya
.t was tel barge con:pdsty, and Iniuuatels that t ae
raoes wallt remain at tihe redutit-n daring the
ilatce of the season. The l-argood wants to
eove to-morrow evoninl tn her firs: trtp frot
ths port, a new, fa t and famoui steamer, but as
hei tapscity is not extraordinary. brr prospect
*ftr pritfit is not t!ntettng. The c:rcat ltepuali
leavtes this eveatug and a barge tw to-m Crrow.
a:,d both alike were lotding yesterlay at 20 an
U .. Busicessbrisk to and from rearly all ,olit .
TI.e rcivtr has been rising steadily same i ,r y
c!aht hours and has swelled a;together over two
t, t. H eather pleasant.
Frt n the Memphis Avalanche. .Tute 7h :
"The weather continues warm. The river ia
decling steadily at the rate of half an inch per
hour, and has falien taelvr feet altogether up tU
ilast evening. The Amelts Poe, btond from St.
L.,n to Firt Benton. loaded wth prrvat traetght
sunk near the month lt Milk river. Boat and
cargon a total loses. The Amelia Poe was ownes
by her c mmtander. Captain Thos. Poe, of Pitto
Sburg. She was insured at hsir her value. HBr
freight Ist was insured for 10.000. Whlite and
St. Francis rivers are still on the decline, with a
fair steamboat stage in each river. The Arkan
sas river is falling wtth three feet scant from
Frt Smith to Little IRck, and five feet from
L.ittle Rock to the mouth. The towboat Shark
passed up with a tow yesterday. The Caroline
was lightening over the IDardnell bar."
Ovrr - ·rmn. Juass. t5U.
Arrived yesteday--74 Texas .Beevee and
,F Calves rsad Yearling bold--al Texas
Beeves, 19 Clves ad earll* gs 3t  s ad
6t0 Sheep. Stockt a sle-17T ee Jeeee,
833 Csv.s mad Tertlag., 338 Hogs, 40 Sheep
m. I MNs. Cows. We goes:
v .Fe. r .e . .. ..1 - 0
Ilk '" am-qkº .......................... 1
r Si.. q wm ... . ......... . ..........
Jlartue Anttltgtnuc.
Casac, a. . ............ 94 AMP St,
(leared Yesteu av.
Stemebip More Becket for ra..................... a
p .......... Clinton, ...............age, for L rpol.
J H Onrhb-lWoe A Docan
8cb. FPesa oblea, Whtuwg for Sable. Pass, Master
Arrived esteadeam .
Brig Amlcits, Ahern from Rio de Janeiro 8th April, to O
Waet'ekt Aeo-lIt oisntct 16
BSer Auo r. wed -. Isnreat, from ('lefoegos, to A Coetourle
co--2d .ltroct 14
Bohr tea Uwodaped, from Pa nt, to J (lIrndSd die
tn1t 13
chr Th.. titers, McLean, f om Rueta., to J irande-2d
Bchr Ialvador. Benson, from HaInas, to Goldob LA Kelley
28 district 13
Bohr Blenss, from Pulcagoealate master--oFw B flat
Ht hr Frliterle. from P.reao als,. to oO. -New BaIla
Bebr Farmer, from Patcaoulal to mater-New lBeam
l hr Otr. from t-l.ax to .aerr- 'en Ulnn
.I' rD I) . Irr,n Pascraools to meater-New Bastn
Btrge J UL ,ako, ,rom lionfou, to m.ater--4ew BaaU
YtoW bUATa.
Towtbot Republlc. onrtevdnt from the Feaste-towed dowe
and to aeaid tnt. trig l'ortall a wr-ua.t tp b Ig Au.
ltr. rchn Aaroumeds, oalvadeor , ta, and three
i.trila
UT1AMBO ATil.
Gor A1'en. White. from (;rea+ville
I rf,ourch h. fr-omt' Olr-rep4l.t
Aurora, from Amite liaver--Nw Mal iu
Arrived eadrial.
Sttarrrhip tGent Mad, Iampaoo., trom eow Y rV 1) h it.,
t Woo.. " u. f Ledw,_-a.-2L du'triot
8teama ip Corteo Neloo, Ironm New York 3tIth oti, to A
0.,oltoe--2l dratroct
cher Mt.t. Jnao oa. from Port I.awesr to mw er-P,,Int
to.r Pour Frends, Astut, trum Apalacbhlola to m.nter
Ad di.trlct
PIR A MlVO LTR.
Lotawanna Brirker, Iror Camden
New Era, Itru.s, tr m Bayu taera
reot Simmr, Urealroaae from Lockpert
Louls. Hopklns f, om Mhble
Monaoea, lucker, from Jebseeo
IBelow SsMfeter tp.
bip Conetantia (Brit), sB terhber from Bramen, to E F
atockmaer
He t Ada I('.rtr, Hery. from Mateases,toCbaffrazx 4 se
chr ,lurence Iiogero, Rogero, from .uwedois, to Ch .0i Jar
lhchr .Asuet, Theate, from lavarna, to P.ig Bros
LIVORtPO 'W-Phip Heln 4lirt,ot- 1R6 bale eotton 634
loor robeso ItIlllltrtavem
BRAZl, rAN.'l'lAli(l-temmahip M. ra--r-150 bS l floer
29 tt fet otleba e baoles t.hscco 275 IkM) ahngoes 61 ba,s
H A VAN --Bohr Olental--300 bbl fl our 160 bbli pitatone
1911 . arl I) 11e0 mptr hhdo
A INIIE -'Ar--bchr Yontaltb,0eaou- bbls flour 20 , at
Ssell nd androle
Importa
HIAVANA-Btrrmseip (rlro.rtal-' i tlblr oor 'haffra A
A, --314 o Ire, orL.L-3 do :(lti dd, do S) seega*rs
A C olturie Acr,--14.6,Al e ara. J I..r.-ohe
HAVdnIA-RrIe .ir Rlobrt 'eel--li bhdsmolasse 20)
b'te er d i4e of hbie do, lTrosrore
lI DK JANhIRj.-Brtg Amicito---3313 boscoffee to
ti 1 estl-idt Aco
('lI I' L Goti-Schr Andromeds--16 Lc 2'8 hhd sugar 201
Lb-.· 128 bbl mOoloufes c& otrlenr &c,
h tA IAN-oelor lEton- ru-t w J o:lnde
H.IVANA-bchor Fivd..r-ttl boa ager 31 hhde mchaooes
10 e* rio A I h ,m-ou S-o
)III.ILE--l toaer I-ule--- bals estbhoin l'oh. D",i
ho.de oo - 3 c tub ,cou i flyd A Jno.aoun--t bbol rle
and orl.ore er order
NoW YtVRK--bhaluship lire Mead--Asod adee
NEW YGh.K--teambhip tor.es-Asa mdee
Berenlte of Prodw
GRFFNVIL.F-Steaemr Gov Allen-31 bal1e cotton to
T I L .I M1 Alen a&o-lo Ribhardson A a --I tK Flower--10
S , 1& C age--6- Mores, [L, uh A Wet-2 R' Pritchard-5
A.rrn COrawford eor--4 Wrigt-, Allen Ace---3 iarrard A
('rag-I Bane.t A lensuier-1 Adaml , CIockbrn A Hlowe-I
C 1 ( homo'i--lo sis paper ot -k (' 'litn u--i:2 •ke eitao
mod P F''rehlld-28i do J Aldge-b-li do) A A iglnoin-
494 do 8 Msar-lt0 do J W Perscn--56 de J P Sm th-3
, Ise appitn (i W Byrne o--2 to J .rand-3 do, CI,bb A
F ulkh-2 dSo hbt pr. K Trolm'anan- I br per. r br. aop
Itle Jbo luorzo''- hol firlt illahioi & I' Itrot ,cd-ll rta pi.
tornJr Ip .k wool ' H Myhbuod--enodr ma to order-Total 75
FIIRVIBO)RT-teanmer Laflnrchr--4 balets notts to
An,.ir Ae--9 iler ar00o A M s--k Perkoin., monsor, A , -
4 Warren. ('rawford Ao---I J Rarbr.,r ro-2 'ooel - B ,
-3 hid. 1575 hoop 1 plet 1I l . Knoar A Ilrot-4t1 hbed cattle
uad sandrtes to o,.der-lTo't' Sooa oaior - oun
P A At' O U LA-Ioor . Il easy-26 000 test lumbeh Dolma s
PAeCAIOCULA--Schr Fruit.ere--30,k0 feet ember to
order
i'AlCAG' ULA-.chr loroer--30,000 fret lamber John 5
Ell ott
I L' XI--retr Rtar--.ltO r.-t lumbe* lanfteo rd HA ct
AMIP t hl\ER-o-to.o .urr-2or ,lUl feet tlu:or Del
B(NiFOC('A-Barge J O'loake---400 feet lamber to
order
PACAGOUCLA--Slb r l}xaIte-2 o1 fee. lumber Hassatl r
A k oole
IRCNIPTf OF PROoDCIH T1'O AY.
BAYOU BARIA-Btramer New Era-I bales wool A Milton
btrger--il0 ek ecttoa reed J AIcie-2 bales woO: I bag to J
Io meIold c.-l bI • noos 2 bot.l onlon .1 L ',,irel --Ill d
7 ekB d , ts orr.--L .k. potatl, 5 5rt hide O0 Doup antl--2
toll oides hhldS a ae woo.l I b. e do to orser -l I.b s t.ora
t e" F tin, 1-bo (:A Cart- 0- . I bbl. o oramL t.a.-weoaane
-5 bloo pt.'. a V PRi ro-5 bhlr 6 hods It- oer M K wt.fu -
2 bIl+ wool M lloreell Ac-lliemptr h rrrely iH ir.oob'eoA
c --I hbll rage I bles wrl I orl o iron SIM hee-I obl suoar
Dr Brckell-l bda bones D toonnarer--M b-ol. poutlm K
t,o iOoi--27 aka Bot0n1 o 1, Trr'oonole--l! bbl rlice l. Do
mlrtr-r-126 empty barrels B J Berkerv-4 bhlsp-loooe to
r I Adams ActS3 .A peas lascou., dlrxls Aco--undrlee to
order
LOCKPORT--teamer Nina Simenee-15 es potto es 0t
bales ool LL aamaegne--l okL potntow Lambina & Uock.
ter--2 oa onions 3 ka aseed cootto 17 a.les moas 7 bºea ondlo
I, lur'e--24 k potatoes 24 9 kst onionl Te. rbone A ,our
daoe-20 do 4 ak. potetor M I .'oot--14 ble rioe L Terreborne
-11t. potato-o R Bel'ram-2) do 6 sisotl us 6 bbl. do
1 iM Walsh-43 bide It Aoret - 4 rk petatoes I I. Ierra-I
balrt mas Pay)e, Ilentimton AoLo-oundries to order
I'AMDEN-Stemer Itawoansa-1 baler calton Jano Chsale
A Bro--4 rll. rsther 2 te.. addles W. J Frieron Aro-2
b de lox do B L, Mann &co-l bae wool D Carroll &co
--I o .t hinloe and oadree to order
J EF ~'F1 , l r IN--tcamer M onoon--TTbole c-ttn J W Bor
trolge Ac --23 do (I'ber. Atwater Ac--oU Ilapp Brts &Ao-13S
iro Pohelp Ac- 6 PIerbrlre blaan &clo-- I WlllimnsA oo'
-- Jto ( A ffe Brl t' ye. Hulungion Ac-- P,11 F
(f nb ea ldrr-- bale 6 sks woot Beed em. WTiho &,--- hat'
lobl teuasa J Roblnaeoa-M b'dee I bale do lob. wi b11.
furo t-oloo l , lt o1 t Mono A-,--I tl e r.otf fZ2 holo- 2 Ot.
a" its Kar.1hrrA & Oe1h--9 Ioale hide Pir D(tu au hoet--L
aheep lob bead cattle oerat oe bard-aen ra to hierder
NEW ORLE AII. JACKSON A URIAT NORfTH ~'f
0' fe-rt ornrr A Wnenl- n do J Ii ht Armo nt-- ' l no
B Fl` T'on-- 7 Ilrt--12 ba applee Payne. Hoot ngton A
,,--antdries to order
OTICE TO STATE TAX PAYEYM.
FIRRt DINTRICT,
CIlt of lew Orlema.
The Oae of the mtate Tax Oollecrto, or the ~tlr
omr Caln to PlIcity etreet, the rtrver nto ake. i open lrom
SL. to S r. ., DAILY, for the
OOLLECRIOP OF LICE)NRESI FOR t.
Iow don f-r 110 Cacrdelt streeLt.
In ucordsance withb the order of the (imwm-dadng Geeral
of Lbe Fita Miitary DMstict, nll StBte Taxet, L[c-e,
ad toe cenoilbio. "Ta. will hereafter be u-qoured to be
Idt I U. & Crrmnep. n AK ,
Ilate Taz Oel ecar. First DootILot.
1tJ Orleas. Janary 10. IlSaL
JOuR l. N3sJW.
CAB FITPT.
Delter II 0.. Watres,'.
I18 AiD !f MA(IAZOP LTLEiE . NLAR o:ii A
11w Orleans.
W a ·tten i pn(colly ad fa yfally to alI ordirm ot'.st-d
l)rder le't ta Bx ts Ii. Meanaslrs end DenIar B.
Senag. wl. *ea wI:th teiretrr atno
NOTICE--THE C( h' KTN.RPItIP HERIOF)6.
reoldngle thisbtly nder the lty's ,' Klt'-AAlD
YFl.O~ Pi A hAF,. is thl- day diwsolve by mtol c ,aneut.
Roohard Fllw ro chtrold a 'thsertlf-oor-nt too odlirs
f the late( firm, and wll cbnt, l thI o (nromn oo ao aon P.ae
tera·ty btaltu ont 1.1 on ~ at 0. E. el II-noi"er lreet
Bo 0 u ving Protoer.
TowU ('VO..o Vals ' .l 2.
LA BE'IAIlSM&A iE LOUIaII NAII-&
ItW ORLEANhS. FK.RENCH W1KLY OF U 7A( .5L
eveted o UuethLer rluiterets.
Werea Year of Kzlaae
la met eeu ml e le pabittaMen fIe femme ad ouxay
ep eabo pretoue the elegant roe nage on rewlewo
the ort.y, the NRe Orleas Ameriam plme the lnoarwtry.
the emmuelty, he marhetipeene tb he thtrleel mor.a,
thelltere7e deelt.Ae ee lonu of the da, ead grme
ee wrerly o  h~ d. hue.r ee am heforl
3UCad lTIOM: U asWFEE ANMUM.
hs apsee ate LA RENAUsAedea are Isi au
u withoeh Na~ mls s ha t the
aJine. mdtefm s e h
ease ti i he i tIne math.
BALTIMfORIm.-HAVANA.
os 1AiEmOi LIP - Tu .
OiDA. -a &uim. .Dab I~ Osmini
T O&KNTW OL NAIE YAlasB ED IVA6 A
r TDsrr......Ie 4m.....!!eu A Ind. onessmer.
oUIk...........ne seas.....Du aeharth o
OWBTIWe UNITm D OWNAM : AM
Ieregh Wk , New Tt........................ IMB
Fow LALTIUrSe Alt HAVANA.
TOUCRIIN AT E!T WEST-Te lmutn r t.6at M
Cube,
DIUTKEART, Oemmiemlr
Wil a he wharf. opp site Jacksona Square, on SATUL
DAY. June th as 7 doelok r. i.
For taaaaa c jyeasaeo. a lSab a ..m Si a,
Meac, apply to WITHERUPOON. HALSET A 00., Agma.
I Oasadoealt0t .
I. .--e Mil eot laing but tims of the Oempaay will
eýlg Pae toto freight maet be oavem i fremI I
.lcr I gh fmft f Harrass tamk e IS aeetb a
dty of satlia.
t. iE1R TY. fleet.. A. Rare. Vol fwtcew.
(COR-P1TN CH Rll'I'i,
FREIGHT AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
IFOR CORPUS CHRISTI. ROCKPOET AND
Ot. Mary', via New Orleans, Opelouaes and Grat Western
Railroad. The Morgan Line Steamer
Alabama.
With otengienacd freight for Oerpus Obriati sad St. Mary's.
and will hereafter rvn between the Brashbeer Kod of
tIe Ratiruad ad Reokport, 'rLes in onn.nron wi h the
-305 A. r. Feryhboat, trum foot of It A to street, and 8 a. .
tratn tr m Alrmers.
P·rsene a  eaetrn the day of derartore from Brashear
on ap,l cation at the 'Htr ,ad Ofce, No 63 ..anoi trret.
Yno ,ht nr,. tid Ed bills of iodinig. ,ted It lickplrtl Only
at Ferry Landing every day, reepi Mnunday, natal b . a.
O. W. RAYLET. Saperilutndent.
CA 1.1 FO)INIA.
IORTH AMERICAN bTKAMSHIP OOMPANY.
THROtLHB LINE TO OJALIUeIIlA. VIA
PANAMA BAILROAD.
New Arrangement.
NA.IJINO FROM NE3W TOK ON Tn f 6th and Ihtb OF
EVERY MobTH, or the day before when those date fall
Sontnnuay. -
PASSAGE LOWER THAN BT ANY OTHER LIE
For farther intermaaioa addre
SN. OARIINGITON. Agent,.
Pi (6t North Rv .r, New Yors.
W. H. WEBB. President; CHAS. DANA, Vice t'redeat.
Ocirc 54 Exchanoe Piace. New York
grPLED. cOMrFOT AND lAPETY,
('AIRO AND ILLINOIS CAN7RAL RAILROAD.
Qutck and Dcrect ootse to New York. B ston and all East
tn: t0lte.-Tl' Tralt loeae Cor,, doly nu arnrval
rt Trains aid Stramrers from the upotb.
But Two Changes
BETWEEN NEWW YORK AND NEW ORLEANS.
SLEEPING CARS
Throncb from New Orleuas to Columbus, without change.
F",r Thr+ouh T cke's in N.w Orleans apply at the ofmce of
tl.e N. J. .J a .1. R. IR . uodr itty Hotel, at the eth of,
the Atlantic rd Mtte .lppt etteametrip C'mpany 14 Com
reu .trett; ait, at the uofe of the Illinois nOotla .altroad,
WM H rdtB~lT.
General onerinteadont. Chicago.
W. P JtIittNSO.
I;eneral Paanger Aire,t, Chic~ao.
(en i Rutben Panrenoer Agt, New Orleans
NEW OPLEA:N. JACKSON AID
GREAT NORTHERN RAILROAD.
A PPFNOIER TRAIN LEAVER DOILY et 30 r. w..
nlaking o etuerttlue with Taine fto Vtck.burg Mendan, and
wl:h tbe lltoIslppl (Central Railroad for the North ad
AC'COMMODATION TRAINS LEAVE ON SIUNDAYS
t 7:4 a. a , goilt s far an Brookhalbe. Retulrata, leave
BHrrrkhavrr at 3 1) A. at.on MONDAYS, arrivingli New
Oslesne at tIl'l A a.
Sxtcrurl rn Tlr an good for Train of Iata-dsy or 8an
d., rtre orth, and nrailn of nundty or Monday aiath.
FtF.I(.H'lt TRAIN LEAVES DAILY (escrpt lnadayn)
at 6iii A. a.
T S WILLIAMS, (General apeltaadeat.
IAMFrN 1 N) E. General reight Agent.
. D WAR, (Genereal Tra..-nrtttin Agent.
PON7TCHARTRAIa RAILKOAIl-SUM
r NER AtEANOEMH NT-.tO and after APRIL let,
[email protected] the Train on tbhi Rod will ran as f,llows:
cILe CIiT. I FROM LtKL
4 o'clock . a. [orae (tr 54 o'clocl a. bteLm Train.
i6tl; .. Sltem Trait. 7 . .
9 .. .. l9 .. ..
12 'cloek a. . o'clock r. a. ..
2 o'c.uck r a. .. 2% .
4 . .. 1 3 .. .
6 ..6.. .. .
7 .. .. .
SrNDAY ARRANfI MRNT -Steam Train from ('it, tn
lien of orme Car. ,eery hUNDAY MORNING, at 4 o'clock
An Extra Tramn ill leae t tCity Every SUtD4Y EVEN
I tG, at I ecloct. Ouand ater AprilStt tlTrlas will
Iere etther end -t the Road on banday1 EVEAT HALF
lit(H rroum 2 until 8 o'alock r r
FA R--To and from the Lake, same day. 5 ceta P.
r" gemr for tietilly mult notdy thk :oadaetonr priew to dopr
ore of Trian. Fa re . olnUtitlly ittetirn:t--em cetti a
way. GEO). PANDLY. . teneratl not.
UCW ORLEA·S. OPELOUSAS
-AN-
GREAT WESTERU RAILROAD.
U. S Manil eRoute letwee New Orleae.
Wreaern A. ouLsLcs aad Texee.
the RaIlroad erryboat wil lane the fot of e l Ac treet,
-p~ j. te tr JckeSon bqure. DAILY at 734 L I.. a.oneting
ith tshe PAkisINONJES TRAIN leaing Alger ait 8 a.
hplv:r, and .-nel of eight by gtarc otleo tho e
ew Or leas Trear fer Company, trner Camp and Cronoe
treet., can hae th.ir goods reoeived or detivered In ay part
of the city at rednoed rate of drayae.
nre-,-t for etatlon on the road, for londtngs on the Toh,
and for (ltalrut, de vierea;e at Nw lberia or l. MSartin.
vrte. re-tevd dut y (ionway. excepted) from 7 . L to 6 . t.
at tlo ft of bt Aun strt.
F.eight for -al oilnto on Bayou borebo, bethon Ltab
Ilen le and L~rpret,l for B.loragr Canal and for Iloma,
rill * rereied and treatnported thragh eta Eneland, I
o-orthe ad Trrebonne nlltoutctnthrough iteambotratea
A' rtward rright payable at tbe ume of shipmeat ad
nward reight ea dlivery
O. W. 3. BAILEY,
oDoerint*aciit
PArTiNf&4zdfriUIP-DIS84LUtTION
II rhorl a ts It) 4LI. '.L tl t n.p r ofr c nt urang Io
t! .rlt he bhr aea heretofulore conducted by Jmuol non
uoIb t. [I. Il HIDWELL
Nenew Oreanr ' Pr'vydr- nrr t .'on-at, L.(id.
Peter, .. tor th b et, w .,wrfuoilv re'omnend Ithe new
.rc,, i .utte r.. trhe ,lrrntsa e of tt led dh.O-e
rA tIN rt)iimOL\.
JOHN fON.
hO'TI-(' E- R. H P V. ,(inn iA AN I'VlTERET IN
- -t l.eras of *e ;undrralue,,r ro r.Ct O
'fom( rtrns .Ine ' tnt
[IScOl. T-TTIrW-TiE PAlRTNER8HIt FINREWO)
f rr -xOrrt y rncder t1rt ntan o0 'irm of OO)LLIt A
WI.cKi LMAIlN. eceu- , no .el tr ant., In rorrequ-eoe or
lI e tr. llerirne ril IIt tl*tu tP nln' of the old eo-era
a.l rctrn.r thrme I uriruau t in i own name at thtdd
FIRST REMIU1M AND GOLD MEDAL
AWARDED TO
EL'CCK' BRILLIANT,
AS THE BEST COOKING STJVE.
The ahare Stne men fthy per cet. lena eal, and babe boO.
er bread then any other store now In e. This tM we
flerly detmonstrated and Ineeatthbly p·rovn at the MachemL.
Im' ad AgFrtItrl hLFr a Neow Orlua tM., a d th
LouIs Fair of 18-S7.
Every roe of thee Stoe. gearated and dellwed ay
whre withtl the city free of ahrwa
Ato, ornaJmnty on hanbd a large ad aipe Iae
Sof HEATING ANID OOOKING OTOVY8 at ILe m L
poe Pca. Ibeal adJalt gee ofued to Ihe
Ne 15 Theega atecl IesL
will reecine ( [net aleai
-m mm
( RMAL slt  .................. ~ BQ I. ck.
('RW('PwN CIT ...... ........... Caael aW. Helm..
 A. .............w . ..... ...Cr . W P. i. .
3iJrmAl. Mranl.............. si&. W'. Mpen.
UNITED STTiA ............... Oyad se L. enes..
hellg hie Iew Terk ITERT SATURDAT.
The jteamahi
A. . W. AMPON. Omaamdsr,
Wi leave Ihe wr ,rf. et Jesee sees, is SAT
RDAY.T Jame I, .i r ar
meare.
CABIN PAA AGE......................................SW
eesr kheigr w pem ,aq I
WOOD. LOW A LUDWIOBGE,
No. 1L0 Oemess treat.
bThe teamship SRElCEFT CITY will gilew, leavr ea
bnve rm RATURIDAY. run. 20th
FOE MEW TOIL DI]UBT.
TER OBOMWELL 18IL
This Le is eempoedt eof teU fadawleg ssam :ip:
Sebo. armwell. Is.. Wasmlsseb.
Marlpesem. Vertes,
The bltathlip
('ortee.
HORATIO NELSON, Cemmgnder.
'illle herwharf,l e e.tJme.etsr.i w SATURDA.,
June 13th. satIF.
P.s e ...... ......... ....... ...............
Freigh fet LITERPOOL. HtAVEL and IRRPan tae
bI this n me leidseegh O Nss W f fees gie. ar rm.
icr I~ g 1"1) p I i 1r4m aply s
ALFRES ROIOTYOU.
41 feerodteles s-eet
(ALVWCr'I)N-.INL)IA NOLA.
MUMAAN LIEI U. . MAIL dYTRAMMSIPa.
I'R GALV TOM AND INDIAMOLA-THE
lollwlag mS tlee l es s wtgeee mseamabies faria ahb
W. 4. ewi. ...... . Hai ... A.lesa.
as nary . Ate.. ......... Kaw'm.
Aab................ Cree ..... era.
(li s e. . ..............mbos. T rg.......... agra,
Jseephtse.
The setmakilp Creseest.
J W. HAWTHORNE. Oemmeader,
WIT eall on WEDI.SRDAY. Jea lath, .8 IA.
Ftrlarg or pmeee apply to
OA.L A. WEITNEYT 00., Aam.s,
0s and Oio seea
Ne Whisky r-eoived withbot an order from the oea..
F E TX .AS...............".. .. TiEA.
INSIDE BEKWICK' SAT ROUTB.
-Nv
NEW O*LEANKS OPELOUBAS AND GREAT WE8TERN
RAILROJD
Iaeemw eb the F ory het elt Jeekam pa.,
on 8'NDAeh and TH I' RDY. S, tq. rlOA a., and
the M evig the Algler D.ee ao t s. , sieg at
jrsanhm UtrCy a 12. a k, Y tgi"Userui LdAM Iems
at Brlasher for Galvsomc.
Jomephime.....................CAPTAIN . . LEWIS,
SUNDAYS AND THURSBDAYS.
Tikets I. be had and State raem seemned tanill e'dok .
E .VERY DAY. Nundays xeopted, at the o of te Op.
ionoe Rotlroad Coompany, No. i Cas street, or a ihe
erry Landtog. on the mran!sRg of dep'tare.
0. W R BAYLRY. ttuwlt*mdeot
BILAZOM i1AANTIA(SO.
MONIAA. LIN U. S. MAIL NTBAMSBIPL
dvel» en TUESDAY. June thh. t S . a.
FOR -BYAZOII EIATIAIO-THE LOW.
presure sde-whel freen stmsblp
M.ergsaa.
R. S. BOURIE, Commande,
Will leave as sove, from her whar fete.of Lt. Jose.M street,
carrying the United ates masil. Per freight er paiageI
*11y to
CIIA. A. WH INEY A C0., Agetel,
0 sand U Camp street.
N. 3.-No freight reouIved witheot an nrderrom the Amgnts
The Morg.n wilt top at Olrvestom to take the madie.
BOTiY)N N.
M4ORA18TIP BOe1ow Ant., 1SW Osa-tsi ETrMA
SITP 00MPANT.
SOeW WeMiSMI VIA HAVANA.T31 STRIIAIHTP
T Orutental. S cnow, ceommader, wdl ,vee us THURs.
DAY. June ltth, ts i F. arom Star Lae whnarf eppedte
Jacksmon .eare .
osanaor.me seltr merler mecomasdehais -r pr....
pmerd and and Imr at the lowesn ra., sid evay a.
date vi e m*dd to.llnpere.03 ?of r m*
Mu. 1 ome dates semLS
FLORIDA P ()RTS.
FOR FLORIDA PORTS
ALLIANCE LINE U. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Fos r PWACOLA, APALACRIOO.A, ST.
MARKS, CEDAR LEYS, WAY KEY, TAMPA AND
K 1Y WIST.
Through illsof ladlen to Celembes, ". and Blaaidge
(a. ed all regular lnadings on Chattakoeke Rver. also
to Feranndina sad Jacksonville, cheaper than any other
rrot. Freight to New Ye, k via Ceder Keys. Florida RBt
roed sad teamships crom eting at Fernamdinal as leant
rates sad with dispatch.
This Use In oompesed of the fellewleg 4eamMlpl to tll
on the ith and eOth of Every Moash:
Allluaee, E. E. PARKER, Commander.
Lavaea, L. H. LIVINGSTON, Commander.
Loave on SATURDAY, June 2lth, st 8 . .
The steamship AIIlamee.
lARKER. Commander,
Will leave bher whelr, foot of Calliope stret. a- sbor.
tingul freight mmd paenpgere for the soe named pr
For freIgh or paaesum *mpply to
I'. W. PERBNR, AgpmI.
Sarondolot streek
N. B.-NShlppom wll plm roerem rde Ag e~at's
l;pieo bisobn cording frlait to -teamr.
TOWBOATS.
EKW ORLISANe TOWBOAT AS(OCIATION.
treatrfacllI the shirpphinm eioMI and la tit
poe, Lh ueserkId th illa wim Yhe :
ECLIIPB LINE
SwisriaMd, Lewlatham. Oladiater mad
Perry.
HAREY WRItHT LNE.
Barry WrrIht mad eastliel.
t LINM.
Achilles. Thee.I A. Morgsu. rEqlater. W
buh,. Norm.a, republic Tmeemeeh
ear.I sad Nelleace.
The inumber sand power of the aove aseodated Iae of
Towbr h't' is j antee that no daestmee will ee.ar, either t
h bPT orERANYT MABY emt Lie
CO4lHIDER aZUI 33313
EDWARDA. TOR R Ol)0.FIt.
Asseoiaed Ofice 3 Carndelet street p stars.
J. O. NORitRO
Levr. Asms
i IX a&.BOATb---STZAb OA Tb.
OPELO TJIMASS.
R G(~LAR WEDNIWERDAY EVRNIN PACKTN
'Otl OPELOUa&s. WASHINUTON, PUNT
ori sod sit Isnllolis , the coet. AirhaIfayap rlr
dB ilyro C.artab auo--Te tIbht-drat steamer J. r
tlarckford. C. I. Ylck tt. mrtar, J. B. chid icdt,
w, ,Croe New nr'ean every Wednlcny at a r e. Retur
on, oil 'evre Whlngtoneverr~ aundy. st ilo, a.
'lhe lilokolnrd ,',trr.tts t ltlmr,.prrt with the sinmeri
.'.krt.r ,lotd onvo thiiu ii bi of l.dlio aild f.m l
f.r at fireirhtis r Sayou lIetlso and Bayou BRuad. R..
w E'toETT BELL. )
W N br(R.. Af.U
RAOCLA WEDLtk.SDAY MVENINJ PACKIET.
Lmneevr WKBEDtDAY, tLOr a
- Ban", lad il hadtian on he C(oast. Atohbfaasy Itroy
ad Bs·or Courtbleao--TTh g8od Cod sfea otmor
Anale Wagiep, les a. LoaLe. mUi. N. realoa,
otrnk. wtl asv s sborv Wlt earso Wuahingos orey
Conrdy at 10 otloch o. a. For fre$ efr pamg mePly
BJLOCS 33ON.. 181 Orn Uset 1.O0
o O. BINCELEY A eON. Weoark ise. L"
P. II -The temer Asnti Wer commeess at WoahinyIte
wlb semmr Pull ag ud ergm for al mndl eae
IOm 1 1d ce itn reset bhlls ol adre
C()AT.
ANEW ORLA, COADT AND LIURCBEH INDBKP
DMNT PACK'ET.
Leaesr New Orleam evrer MONDA at4 ., FRIDAYt
tOF • APOUWC r AND COAST-YHE A NO
lenr teo Cmt every Wedrd d lda I. day l-ght.
K. t~ii& N. eo 06 Old Levee stresk
FLU ub A'3OU SAsA-THE 8BNI-WaENKL
33115 iF. G5o65, oalmiLn
Mes I Nmew8 Orism Cr Nape. ns:
MONDAYs............................... 1. I
FRIDAT.............................. A. L
Leaver r4 e. Sm Taedly ead smi seem
icr hegt orms mmsply e aq hei d or is 00 QmMtent
atosatm.
F$ra T TAEUN AT TwmWTT-rzTE Pr 0fm
Ma ImMMAW V. L SAIL awAAU
ml aed*w - lf Mases AW rmms is. rmu t
arv..................9 1 01OAss eeim
0r=e A.9 @h30( a! *ýotyrl s ea* ~
ibofm fwWalIes dwmea a Inial Mm easa a
per New TamE
FAST UsIteT Lutl
FRE1IORT TArIKENo PIER W TARIFF.
W DAILY ARAEWUYII T.
F 'e NEW ORLEANS, VIA MOBOAN L.W
U.S. Msa o mmo b ieWMe d t5me by WISl w
lrsoToomlY, COLIaIIUS, WENT ProaT. MAOOm
rates bem by any euser ruts. IB lWing eigsmed lbea.
ap to MI. a dalbe a tha eee
ORAlL A. WHITNEYT 00. Asese,
S and Ca(mp C rae.
WArTERING PLAOE.
aFO WATEXINo e L Me t0iGAN LIM 0. U.
REDUCTION I RATES FROM MAT IS
Fir A* fS. L0UIs, PAr CHRIuTIAN,
Sriap goty. Belt OAcem. Sprinae and r.cgosle.
NEW ARIAN GEMENT
Yb· mlrlewpre.r Ire esaS. Leuaer OWui
Jw: " eBt wi e l ta. rf ,u r lralmw tn ree
LIeu: am if DellmIIp
The above trlp wmil b regularly mad. Snalem uml.d
bdwWmther. tou water. Fa rither Snf.o1se aply M
OHAS. A. WHITNJTa CO.. .gesm.
60 and S Clamp evreS.
4()HIIO RIVIER.
.IAuema o THUISDAY. Jaune 11th. 6 u ; SATUI8.
DAY, Ja.e 17th Da r U.; TUE8DAT, July 1th, t 6
P. a,; IUIISPIDAT, July h7.t a ar. .
A. MeGILLo Mal.er A. MARTIN. O1*.,
.eas.. a abewas A plam if her eba be ass mamd pane"
THOI. REINPEI 76 Poyrd.. "eoL
Le.e . eu MONDAT, Junoe 15.h, st 6F.
F.:, LOE'- -VILL7 c-11 MElli,, .
Z. A Lee.
JNO. W. CANNON. MedRo.
Leaves ea TUAIIDA. lre JI h iast. at I P. .L
r LOdU e IWILLL ,CAo. Ml rHle, VIOI
brg. J aeeuW. Ye s gead ad cin lotermedate. Ilae.
Tagr-1 he new aod splendid re-Tegevr temera
*aztaer.
Capt. "AM. MONTYOOMERY.
Leaves os eATUSDabY, Jams ith, m a r. .
Barga *e .ar1 and inteerledinandI-he Iaewae.
FI? S * .WeBDeI 1.dh O int, a
I.J RT IEIAL. MEaser; J0N WOOLFOLEG , @Ol
Will leave ea uo, v. A pln fh ah me be a i
pemage and (frbt a dshe c M ao i. Kf
MINNUtS ADAM, rAga ,  6ommermoal Plie.
Raa!D Rl, V IIM,.
REGULAR IUDEPEND]Y PACERT.
Through Lion o Jefen "m-Them Dayse d ae ball
Stn Jeer.ee, .
Leav. on TUISDAT, Juew 9b, am 6 r. I.
FOR dU ERRS*ON. ll . E.lV PORT* IIERAUD
limtoren. Ilud Lc.e ft. MiMaureie, Cotllae Aleuadrla,
Normiee , Sarbe'm aewd eadNialermediele lm~di-The h se
ligh-ldat pameogr. mamer Ml, Mestgi.., H. Bae
lol, mater, wi leanv em ebubov. For frentegi ers poC a
appli am bpanra pl to
W. . S 7U8, 168 ew Levee seral.
(wAAITNAT I Co.
WITRiOUO ALOSD. OravlEvA trne.
P. S -Meat.e tW Je.semen eesaecd 6I p. mrrel.
Loe1 er WIIDUID T, 10D e., at r. a.
O, CITlIENTATI OROISV LO ,0 LLt. AIRO
memphir, Ticbuawy atc ee.das..,gr and al in
termoedb hdlnge.-T.11 d, light-dre t peep
packet p er cet
H. J BRINKER, Master; NICK WILw A MAN, Clrk;
will leave above P"re fleht or pa'sge apply on beard 1
w. A. BfITTON A 0O.. No. ptWenmmr atnwse.
RUGULAR WEKKLY rAALKT,
Leap= MVIBY SAYTRDAY. at 6 r. a.
F O - G. =M,  -MA , . ,,, CE,,. o EI.
gem"7. (win o tab hreig for all landigd s mo ias.
Dles Oade Alateadrle, Dermoa'e., tbh pn'r. si emg r.
mediate lendlnge (wl Seba freightlb, Shrwepert aid New
Uh. lehelem.
Len. Clayte m tad . DT. J P. ,wy Clerbke,
Will leave e abev For freight eor Puamenpply ma  uy
orte WII4JURN A LORD. D Oranler remetl
The SIL Nleele w1 take freight wi ptheamrger far en
LCeavemo Uat hiDc . Je h.al , stu l . e
FOIR JlFrlEMrONI C SHTlVPOYTL rAND
b Iore itL. MSnrle, CotIt. Alx a.dtl, Nu Iman
arba, amd ei wa latadTe llebt-dr L at , old
mwheel, poa asreme
JAB. M. TUCKER, Mneal., FelD CEDLLOS, Certs,.
lndi.ge bov the met, with prilg, of meippio. Pr
frel t icor peagoi apply em on bo r to
W. w. SURLS, 16 New Leveo
w . os ITYoJ a CO., UP. Comoe mre.
w ()UAC HITA.le I IVEh..
Leove Ke'ry WEDNBeDAY, at S r e.
O, TuaJMro. MONROE, COLUJN 1.1 is. AILE.
L. H. PATrEESON. Ha-or, J. W WALDEN. Clerk;
Will leavepo litely eabove. For freight no P
au.plymaboerd. or to WILIURN aLOIED, Ageute.
dl GruvierO etreeS
P. I-The Oloowlln take Mrlreit and peamon ir I
Macon cod Teom aud D'Arbonne, with pr viege orfo
leAR ra KR?.g l T
Leaven enOIy IA I&DAY,.a· . ti e.
,lembic tlarriuo rlor frrllyad OIt+-oYod i.. lmdiog
llorbend ad ntlca riverlo--Thb oer, ii.l;lOrot 0 ldr
coomaudear peteUt
F A.. BlANS ater cI. IEEE. WORK. Clerk,
WIIl leave peoftlvrly as clove. rie lvfght or plaueupp ll
00ord WIN4 a LORD,.I.) (rvaver mtreal,
Th. IIJAIIOE cue'ot with A No. I mtremern br all pelelu
b, /oU: titer bA .e, l , Marto,,ioue. ma il4e
LeaveEER SI DAY, ml S e-.
trie lnd n emet, P  . Quan -lne
The erne ILenl.l Qalsoa Onelucba at tVdlr wcIe
Je,+N IVEUlT TUESlDAY AT it N,
|L K JT g4. MA;. AND NIW oREIANS
IItl Iaro 8.rltlra~ M ba cket, In plem of lne It
|130. w. o0*3303, 3ab
wil lim.4 mm mew le VLbnb Mee ma,@ lea f. at Id.
*oDr rmadam a all l.reej im i r .i.... ..
imLio a ADAMS. a omPu I rt ee
Leewem am WNUBNSDAIU mi SAtRDAYS. MS- 1.1
fhr Wnee.eo .
•. i. 3IA01111 u me: 1. 0. IaO. B, 0.5
u ssle.

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