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Balon Ronge Tri-Weekly Gazette & Cornel.
1 OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK. £ -f~4_ VOL. XLVIT. HATCffl KÔUGK, LA., SATURDAY MORNING, 0CTÖBER 28, 1 865. NO. 52. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J 0 I I I .1 fi Ki. ii » ft I, ItHtOn RoUgft, Lu ] f'll'UOll. fjÄ. FU^UA & KILHQUIlNK, Attorney# à C ounselors ai Law, WlfiL pr*c tl*e In Ibe l'ourls of tbo Parishes »f «ni Wfßt Hftfnn Kotige, lbervllie artd Käst and West Kellolana. «U:l «>U%N X HOIRON, ATTC ) I IN E YS AT IjAW, CO UR T I/O US E SQ U A ff E, Union Kong«, lin. Wrl.r, attend In nil hiuinem In thelr profession iMilr.mlc l tu 'hem, It tin« ml Iii» adjoining PHrUlli.«, »ml In the city nf .New Orloani. »u,:lT-t _ , TIUJll*« (iuris* IlVHttM. Davidson & Bynura, ATTC )RN EYS ATTjAW, llAItu ni Hu I ah Ronni', l.n. I;» IX PRACTICE IN THE CuÜltTS OP TUR geptlV-tf W"r lorida I'uruli« J, <\ UTAFrjMI) U w BOCK »Ell. HTIFFOllI» k (U ( KM;U, ATTORNEYSATLAW, Ofllee, C'ir. lAUrwl * Third Hta , »p stairs, dato* noüUK, la. WIM, practice In th« (larlshes'.f I"a«t FetMin«, East und We«t Tis Ion Itoune and Iherviile, Bu iness tn thwin will r^ctlv* prnnipt attention. seot'i.l I. w. "■ *• CB*I»rt. BlfRGKHS & (IIANLV, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OFFICE ON GOUROU STREBT, HCT. CoflVRSTtn* » NORTH ROtîLRVARD, II» ion HotlK<** I'll. ANY buslnes» entrusted to tbetr rar« In the par Ishe« of East, »ml Went Baton lluuge, East ami Went Feliclaua, Pointe Coupon» and Iberville, will I># promptly attended to. sept2. SAMUEL I'. «UKVIiS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Ftorlila Street, Union Knngc, La. tttfPi attend '» »II business piitrtl»f d to hltn VV in East II ton ltou,t and theadjoi In» pu I shes. ifepiilO R. W. KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law anil Claim Agent, 11,141)0 arrangements in Nnw Orleans nn A'rtuMiitfton Oily for Üihmuc tft-sful prosecu ion and collection of C LA I M -4 AU AlNHT X U K UO V tflt N M KNT. Office 011 the comer of Fifth and Lalarel street« augH UATON H"U<iE, LA CLMTON II. HYATT. Civil Buginoor —UND— CITY SURVEYOR, OffloB with H. W. K mokRRR kkkr, Esq., Cornerai Fl III« und Laurel ««reels, HA TON llOUOE, I.A. WIM. attend promptly to al! proles, lonal bus! »ess sotrusteU to h m. angïiMu» # H. W. MCMAIN & SOX, REM, ESTATK BItOKimS, Accountants & Oeneral Agents, aunU-flm HATOV Ri H t) R. I.A JOHN M. TRAC Y, Justice of the i M eace } UK COND WARD , I'nrUh of K.ast Union Itouge. OFKIOR, COH. THIRD AND I.AURKl. 8T8 , tip-aT*ms, ovr.» Tne sun biu-iab» biloo». F. A. NKPHI.KK, Justice of the M'eace , WA HO 1 Vn. OMR, Offlreon Houlftnrd, f,»ot of Third fltreot. HAVJNO reeumed buainep", ! a01 readv to at Ipiid to ail l>UKiti<^8 and auitp, ithin the Bf till! lui nr« «a aarIMt iluiny JJ> Lt. KRATZ, orr ici: on i. a i t k i: i. k rit eet, BBTWKIÎN THIKD AND CHItRCII, (Opposite Mrs. Jones' Hoarding Houne,) juntU lf U ITOU ROt'GB, I.A. I>r. l), i„ McKitrick. s 1 1 k <; /■: n y d en t / S r, OFKK K ON COWICSTION STII1CKT, Kl'ISCOPAI. PAUSIINAOE BÜ1I.DINÖ, In the rear of kpiNcoii Church, der 17 BATO IttoÜO K, LA. Teeth Extraeted Without Pain, AND NO IIUMBÜG! "1 "V't î>. L. ^!^^KIT»lîCK 1 / f 11 ly announce« to the puh» Ii«, t at h« i'« prop »red hv M»eana of an «l**ctriual apr>ll«'*tion. to ex vIZLj Irart t eth without pnln. This pr xiens has be» n repeatedly tested by him, and n«t in a fdntr'e in a tan re haa there been a failure. s»*pt'20-.t' COLLECTING AGENCY A ll claims against the u s.oovkkn M KNT KOK DAM AO KS TO PROHKKTY, LOSS OF IIORPRS AND C ATTLK AND OBSTRUCTION OF CROPS, Ac , WILL UK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO WHEN K.N TRUST KD TO MR. WILLIAM UIL, Office at my reai.lenre, aeptl9-ttw~lf B aton RoroK, IiA. SOMETHING NEW. T)Wqn\i.irY ILLHMÏNATlNn ANT> LUHTU l> r AT I NO i'OAI. OILS in T> and lU gallon Pat ent HaMy l.ans, Prices »not.em'i». an <112 .rtntfiüA R k a t.. Hon In pricts. juljîT CORN AM) O.VTS. ■J, and 1 J08HÜA ORAL. ^NOTHKR arr 1 .?»! ju.t (torrd, and at a redu« J as , r. <;oldi:n & ro., dealkhb in (ÏROCERIRS, PROVISIONS, nARDWARE, BAOGIfiO. ROrE —**n— Plantation Supplies Generally, l<nvri*l Ht , bot. iiaU>att0 ar»U Tl ir#, OflfT-ltn—prt] BATON 1IDÜGR, LA. . I. Jackson, COTTON BUYER .--And—, COMMISSION MERCHANT, OA8II ADVAN0B8 MADKON Shipnimts lo Iiis Friends in N. ft. »ml N. Y. Office Corner of laurel aud Third SU'eetA, (OBDKR THE TKBANBAtt nvTfl.,) • (utRlï IMTON KO ÜD K, I.A. SIMON MENDELSOHN, DKAr.ftH IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, —AND— SUPPLIES, OnttBB Lacayfttf akp Flobida Stbkhtb, Junplî lîAI'IIN KUH.);, I.A. .TULItJS C. BOGEL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND DKAMft IN Plantation and Family Supplies, COR. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE 8T8., jtllyia BATON HOUISK,LA, F. L. tj:hpint rz, STEAMBOAT AGENT, RUCElVINO, FORWARDING, COMIISSION" 11ERCIAKT, F It ONT LEVEE, BATON HOUGÜ, LA. .1 AMES M(5VAY, HARDWARE MERCHANT AND DEALER IN Agricultural Implements, "WXr^DOW BHAD£8, WALL PAPER, ETC. flALLS respectfully the attention of tlie \J public to hin lartîeand eïcell«ot »took of goods pirtaitiiug lo his lino of merc^Andise. He be speaks a liber .1 sh^re of publk; patronage. Store on I bird street, opposite the building of the Loaiiana gtat« Hank. ju yl J. KOWALSKI, Lattrot St., bet. Lafayette find Third Rts., DUALKtt in FA SHI ONABLES ANO WELL-MADE MEN AND BOYS' Spring and Summer Clothing -AND STAPLE AND FANCY DRV GOODS. OKSrECTFULLY invites pnblic atten A-v t| uM to liitf present an i accumulai ing stock in trade, consisting of all «rrades, from the Uuest down to medium, and low priced CLOTHING; STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS. Call and examin« for your»olvea hfs assortment, which is the lar^st and best now oifered in the city, »ntl ou trrms the most BntlfSfactory. julyl WASHINGTON HOTEL, John Mass, I'rottrietor, OrPOSITK ACADF.MT HALL, .St. Uni« llfeat BAT«» ROLfiE,I.A. t"^»Thr best of Wine?, Ltr|«ors and Clgacs kept at lh»> Rar. Ju'y22-tf HUM TER HO USE. CHARLES WIECK, PROPRIETOR Comer of Main and Third street*, baton kouub, la . The bar II fnroii-hoil with the v»ry bent WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS & TOBACCO. A. liAtJM^TARK, CABINET-MAKER AND UNDERTAKER, Comer of Church ,j' Laurel streets, HATOV KOUUB, I.A. ^ G K B A T VARIETY OK FANCY GOODS ALWAYS ON SAND. a fut t S tock of TRIMHIffGS A XD If ETA 1110 CA t* KS I hav« al-o made all Deccnsqry .irranKetn^atii to keep constantly on hand a general assortment of nous Ojpi> L O F IIR N1 T U R E, wBtow W are, *c„ &c , Ac. |V^ORT)ltaS PnOMPTLT ATTBNDrn TO. oct2 Cheap Light. UST IlECI5I%'El)--An Inro'cs rf dut qual ity C>AL OIL wbiuh wii] b« »oldat the Jow price of n jo per Gallon, mail. *»8Ü- JOäHÜA BEAU an oc Killer —1ND— PROVISION HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. E. K. BECK WITH, Timm ST., CORNER OF LAÜREL, RATON ROUGE, LA. CONSTANTLY ON IIA.NI» KVERY V A it I KT V 0I<" PLANTATION HUI»IT. I KS. BV PUntrr» and othpr» would do well to «all hufor# ptireha iot eluewhero. Cotton iMiiiiihl ni lilgliMt murki-l. rr.lm. JolytV^inua, JOSHUA BEAL, Comer of Third and Conrention Gts., BATON ROUGE, LA. OltNKr. Vf, nÉAI,Klt TN WESTERN PRODUCE, Family and Plantation Supplies, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. fJJT" Trrm* Cnah. Inly! M. GBANAEY, DEALER lîf WESTERN PRODUCE, VA M I J. Y Ö HOC K [ il ES -and Plantation Supplies Generally. BEOS leave to inform his friends and the public at lar^n, that he will keep on hand fresh aud full supplies of all articles In the provision line, which be will «mil on terms to suit the cash basis of trade. A liberal share of pa' ronngw la respectfully aollclted. at his stand on Third streut. jni'l NICHOLAS WAX, DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE -AlfD FAMIJLY GROCERIES. Î3 constantly receiving, direct from the I. West and other quarters, every speeded of artl cle re»|uired for Family or Planfatiou use. ITn has Increaiwil fttcllltli'S f <r ohtillilns swp* lie«, and is determined t" keep up •■»lib the - emand' of his customers, and to deal with them satlsfar torily oo the score of'qua'i'y and pi ice—f>is motto being '♦Quirk Sale« nmf Vmnll Profit®.,* Mr. R. IÎhKK>iaN, well kn<>wn to our citizens, will be found ' behind 1 1i counter" ready to at tend to busin««s rails. Please drop in at tho old stund, near the Court House, where wo shall bo happy to see you. juiyl-tl J\.. BLUM. DRY GOODS,'GROCERIES, PRO VISIONS, ,lud riantatlon 8ug>piies Gcnerallji A Lf O, CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD & WILLOW WARE Store, Cor. Africa and St. Napoleon 8ts., IUTOS BOUGE, LA. Determined to kwp a f«ii selected sto^k of articles such as £ nnd wpII g<* to make up s first-rate variety store, A. BLUM hopes to merit and receive an increased amount af pat iMtWe. He respectfully invites bis old î-tostomers and the public at large, lo oontinuo their calls as usual, assuring th ein of his determination to please and satisfy tUeoi lu every purticult® july6-tf CAMILLO QUIN TE HO, LEALKB in HAVANA CIGARS, ClOAKETTAS. Smoking and Chewing Tobacco© SXtJFF, PIPES, E I C., . © Comer of Third and Florida str eta, BATO* BOUGE, LA. ÎN additiou to his large assortment of the bes line of a Tobacconist, CAMILI.0 QUINTERO, Steep* ano on h i rid a choice vviety of 1 Notlors," such as fine Pocket Knives Stationery, etc , to which he invites public attention, guaranteeing ♦ „ .i r .. n ♦ • , , to give satisfaction lo all customer,. julyl-lf . . ONIONS AND POTATOES. 1 - BARRELS New Crop, at retail or by the bbl J •) Price* less than in New Orleans. best brands and oualitiei* of all articles in the julv27 JOSHU ABEAL AT $4 00 PER SACK. A_ __ . . ,„ „ T BEAL S —Coarse Liverpool SALT— bow cargo »od fui! weight, orIj $1 QQ ft bbl. a. 8. a höh kr. wm. iikndeh80n. AlttllKR & lii;M>EKS0\, F 0 K VV A K » 1 N « & 0 OjM MISSION MERCHANTS, AN»~, OENP.RAL STEAMBOAT, COLLKCTfON —AUD— I' U RC II A S I N O AGENTS, Tliln! street, Bntun Hani;)', Ln. RKFJjll PY PCmCliBlOll TO î Capt P. Î'. Pratt, I ('apt ./no. McLean, N.O. " VV It. m> h tril-on. I H W Taylor, N. 0 K K beekwltb. Ihtton Kouge, La. auglO J'AMfiS J. D1 IN DABS, WlfOLKHAt«! a Nf) R HT All. DfALRSIN GROCERIES, WESTERN produce, Wines, L iquors, Tobacco k Cigars. "CITY BAKBKY," CÖIINKR OF MAIN AND LGVEK STREETS, jBATO iV ROI'GE, I.A. OTTO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, *—AND—' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TJteALKB IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GEOCEEIES, t—AND—* PLANTATION SUPPLIES; WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY AND TIN WARE, AND Att. KINDS OF W E S T E UN P R o n U C E, Received per steamers almost daily, F O tto respestfully announces to his friends anil oisstoiners and the pub it) (leneraliy, that hl« sttne having been removed Iron, its former atft' d, (iiljoinlnjr Ilav's Drau store, to the largn store aud warehouse building, ON THE SOUTH BAST CORNER OF THIRD AND LAUREL J5TRBKTS, He lv felly p epared to keep on hand one of the 'arcest anil most varied assortment of the above •rtltti to be fflURd iB the city of Ilaton Rou«e. With his increased ^nd Increasing facilities for obtaining and storlof tnerchandlne. he is enabled to nieetsii pri'.ssnt aod future demsnds. and there fore Invites the sp'olal attention ofpYirihasem to 'hat fact, hoping by a spirit of accommodation to please all, and to always sell on as reasonable icrms as the state of the markets will permit, to secure a lib ral share of ref ular patronage Pleas® call before purchasing elsewhere a"glÔ-tf M. J. WILLIAMS, WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. pectful'y solicits the public patronag . Oi»i«ens, Planters and others, needing work iff his l»rte,wil pleas« nei.d In their orders,anil they wii) be p—nspfly attended to. Work Kusranteeo. Shop adjoining, and North of Heal s Variety tore, on Thirl street. julyl HAVING established himself in the above bu«inesR, In fhl* eitv. re F. F.. f'RÜVN. ROTIT. L. PRUTN PRUYN & 15 RO., CARPENTERS, GIN WRIGHTS -AND— Press B uilclors BATON ROUGE, LA. j u ]y2j' Or 'ers left at J-istrentsk» k McCcrmlck's Prujr Stofe. will meet prompt attention. jutyl-tm îlnioii Rouge MarMe H'erks.fo^ f J. SMOLLBN & Co., M AÎNU FACTURIER S Of T O ]W B S , M ONU iH EUT*, J1EAD-ST0NK8, MANTELS, ETC., Corner of Main and Church streets, BATON ROI'GE, LA. JOHN TIL A NO, WORKER IN Tin, Copper anil Sheet Iron JTAVING establish?«' him eif ajain in the above business, in Baton Kouge, most reappcttuliy informs hia old friends and the public generally, (bat he " pr " pwJ t0 d0 ,n work in hi8 """ VU rtjial ri ,,(4 alttiidi.d to with il«iiatr,h. Shop on Main street, near the Catholic Church. augl-tf JMKERS, FLOIJR ! FLOUR t ! FLOUR ! ! I OKOCEE8, PLANTERS AND t" A \f IT TF<* 0nfl snt , a „ an , 1Vfi time> rIaki p . t 1e nC e and m'o^ ney, if they will make their purchases Of FLOUR f r om the undersigned, ioiüeail of, a* now so oom ™" 1 > "eodlnif to New Orleans. Myetock of Flour in alway.i varied and beiug frequently replenish e(ii u J aU? twice ^ „ eek] . lway , f/e,b. A triai «ollc.ited. *" gl2 JOS HUA B EAL. GIN BANDS! GIN HANDS!! A LARGE quantity of Fire Hose suitable for Ü. (Jin Bande, eau b» had by cai ng at the Hardware Store of Mr. JAMK3 McVAV, at prices to suit purchasers. Th^ ha*» been tried aud proved to ba weil a4apt«4 lor til» above us*. attgS9. N.'O. ADVERTISEMENTS. W S PIK*. 2 M LAFMTFRR.A. BROTH»*. PI KU, L .tPEYKE k BliOTIIEft, BANKERS, Wul.iW ID FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS, S1W KS, COIN AND UNOUBBENT NOTES. OKIi-li'lfi OIV CAMP tiTHKET, Between Cftnal and Common Streets, New Orleans, L»a. dec! 7- y J. J. WARREN. T. W. «BAWiroitll, H ARREN & CRAWFORD, (§uooe|*orli to Warren, Uilliuore 4 ï'«.,) COTTON FACTORS — AND- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 21» cabonoe L kt street, Julyll-lim* SIRW OBLF.ANS, LA. R. PHITCHARD, [Formerly I'rltchard A Klowei-.J COTTON FACTOR •—ANI>— COMMISSION METtOHANT, No. 53 Carondclet SI reef , NEW ORLEANS,, LA. I»? " Liberal Cash Advuneea and Supplies fur« Dished on consignments of Cotton, Sugar, 4c.. to his address. Reftrenres » FcqtJA A K ildodhnk . ) P ike , LAPXTRK i B rothek Haton Koitu», La.) New orleiit)», La. aug8-6m WAÏER imOTiiEttff, Crcscent City Steam Tnbadco Works No«. 4M and fil LAFAVÉlTK, STREET, Snlea Rnoin—\o. 01 Tfliotipltoulua St. —— - - • -4*-* — -•>! MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51 TCI 1 OU PITOU LAS STREET, UETWJCKN rOVIIllAS MHO NATCHEZ, New Urlcmm, La. tiaAl.F.RS id J KAK A CHEWINO, k MANUKACTURKR8 OF Smoking Tobacco nnd Cigars. •^u A heavy well selected «lock constantly on »and. Jnly29-tf NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 19 CHARTRKS STREET, llctwccn Cannl und Cnsti'mheuse. We have on fcand aud are receiving a large assortment of CARPETING OF ALL KINDS, BUCH A8 MEDALLION, VELVET, WILTON, BRÜSSELS. # TAPESTRY, 8 I'LY, INGRAIN, VENETIAN, HEMP, COTTAGE, &0-, FLOOR OILCLOTHS, Of all widths and qualities. MATTING, White checkered and fancy. WINDOW SHADES, Cornices and Bands. TABLE aud PIANO COVERS, RUGS, MATS, ENAMEL CLOTFtS, Of various qualities nnd colors. COCOA MATTING and MATS, HAIR CLOTH, Ac., &., &c. All of which we offer at moderate advnnceB on inanofaoturer'n price»,/rr ntsti. aug8-ly A. BROUSSEAU & CO. 1<\ PEURIIiLAT, Watchmaker A* Jeweler, FROM ÜKNBVA AND PARI», WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, REPAIRED A T SHORT NOTICE, IN THFC VERY BWT BTTLB. THK LATEST HTYLKS OP JEWELRY, ALWAYS ON »AND. Lsfkyette Street, Baton llonife, I # t%, JAMES MeVAY, ARCHITECT AND BlILDER, BATON ROUGE, LA. «9» Orders left at the Hardware Store, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will be promptfy attended to. Julyl-tf FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS, Itlnln St., between Third and Church, B A TON ROUGE, LA. Q THE undersigned is now prepared to receive or -«rs or all Rinds of Pnmitar. and Oabinat work. Will make or mond in the best manner, and at the lowest figure., roa cash onlt. In t>. Undertaking bqajoesg he ha. now on hand a line asSortm.fat àt îletilile Case., .od If r»a y to re. celve orders in this line of business, which will meet th. attention nmially given by the old flrn of Piper A Bradford. augB rUD. ICNKE. $be GENERA L NEWS. T ho Recorder of St. Lflzsruo's Church al Momphlf, Terinnespo, ao knowledge« the receipt of over two thousand dollars on tiunday last, aud live thousaod thé day following, to build a cathedral in honor of Bishops I'"Ik and Otcy, and other, of tho Con federate dead. The report in London papers to th# effect that Mr. Robert Lincoln, son of tho lute President, is in Pari», is un founded. lie is in Springfiold, Illi nois, quietly pursuing his legal stud ies. I lift Masortic fraternity of Indiana are agjtating tho question for the es tiibabHshnient of a oomotery near Indi anapolis, to be used exolusivcly for tb*i burial of Freemasons. The Viehsburg Herald says that Ijaz. Liinlsey, Ksq., has received the appointment of Internal Revenue Collector for the country of Wkrren arxt the cify of Vioksburg. Tho grape harvPHt on tho Rhine, the Ahr and the Moselle, is stated to be very rich this year. Kentucky has expended over two millions of dollars for national troops, in addition to her home guards, for which she never received reitnbuirse irp«t. Mr. McCullooh baa promised to arrange for its payment at the earli est possible day. A woman in New York, while drunk, beat aod frightened her husband to tltiath. The jury found than he wan consumptive and that tho treatment " only hastened bis death," and so sho was discharged. Lucky murderess. Rev. Isaac 8. Kalloch, formerly of Boston, and once notorious, is now President of Ottawa College, an insti ' ion lately established in the Indian territory. Merle D'Aubigne, author of tb* History of the Reformation, delivered ;in annual address this year before tho Evangelical Society of G eneva. He !b now seventy-one years af age. Texas papers estimate that there will not be more than half k crop of cotton. Tho cotton of that State that was raised by Germans is said to be cleaner and of fine quality than that raised by slaves. The Presbyterian Church of Vir ginia, have resolved in favor of pre serving tho present status of tho Church in tho South, as a Beparnte und distinct organisation. Gladiateur haa proved tolerably re munerative, having already won 671, 450f. for his master—that is above £27,000. The Pall Mall Gazette states that one thousand five hundred persons have di< d from cholera this year at Marseilles. Gen. I>i agg, of Wisconsin, recently relieved from duty as ooe of the Wirz Court Martini, has tendod his resig nation to tho War Department. It is understood the National Intol ligeucer is to be the official organ of tho Adojinistration at Washington. J3y tho last accounts from the ex pedition which is laying the cable across Behring's Straits, it bad got to tho Island of Sitke, in the archipel ago of George III. A rrival of the A labama from L iverpool.—The British steanmhip Alnbam.a W. Glover, commander, from Liverpool Sept. 23d, viaQneens toWn, Sept. 25tb, with a full cargo of assorted merchandise, 10 cabin and 119 steerage passengers, arrived at her wharf at 6. 40 a. m. yesterday, The Alabama is an iron screw steamer of 1,820 tons, and is the pioneer ship nf the regular line of steamers inten ded for ilia trade between this port mid Liverpool. She will be followed l»y the Florida, which was to leave Liverpool on the 8th inst. It is the intention of the Company to have a steamer leave this port every alternate Saturday. The Alabama is very light draught, and it is expected that she will carry 3,500 bales of cotton on fifteen feet water, She has splendid accommodations for 32 first class pas sengers, and 150 steerage. On her voyage out she encountered very heavy weather.— N. O. Star,2\th. KürPunch tells of a man who eat ing and drinking anyhow for some years, is reduced to such a state that the coats of hiB stomach are all out at the elbows.