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SAY MORNIrX, FEBRUARY 29, 188. If
*rlesas pmsq arkt i
eraa y avies, M te .rin o m s
is no let up to notice ia the accsmulation fI
soy. Accruing obigations ar biog met s
onmendable promaptftde add the bank*s
vate capitrHels Itaye aite fnds in hand c
y can satiafaatvty invest. At the same
demeand for aooOmmodato smill hogws a
batement, and but for the e1vy daily in- c
I in kohanage the surp'as of dormant p
cold become decidedly unwieldy. Bates ,;
not and interest do not fall off, as in oilier rI
sictr similar circumstances, nevertheless b
ulineg gu-re still oootinue 8 cent. ) c
Sbatrk, aid 1014 i cent. jf month out of pi
or short git-edged paper, and 10i"2 ! f,
annum for long-dated notes secured by 11
city murtgage. Second clas- and lower r,
ap-r is still hard to place on anything lie r
aNDt fHILV-s-T ,V movement In Gold has
a full average character durig the paut
nd sates have fluctasted from hour to hour
n day to day, in accordance with the aI- 0
s of the New York market. To day opera
vs been Hight, however, and the market a
teady at our quotations, which ladicate a
eavy adveace on yesterday'e figures. We
particulars of the actual sales, as follows.
.5f( In the morning at 141, SO0 and $50.000 ?
$2 -0A and $02Wo at 1411, $70(00, $1),0tiland
the Iate'r by one party, at 141l. $4C~l). h
and $40 000 at 142, $5000, $10,000 and ti
at 1424, and a Gold check for $15 lO at ri a
rIcoun'. Sales of Siyver inclnded i$ :t
at halves at 136} (s heavy advance), anid
mail lots of IMeicau dollars within the b
t our quotations, which now rue as fol- l
a: Gold 141 j@l42, American Silver coin o
G, and Mextran dollars nominal. b
IoN Excua'or--There has been a heavy b
r isaw .trrw Gtwineiwe wrasmw.omee
e of our last weekly aommary, and rates v
been influenced by the vibrations of the il
arket have varied to a conaiderab'e extent. l
rong supply has been for the most part L
savy, and the demtod has been almost ex c
y aestricted to choice or favorite sidno
The movement to-day included the F
ed amsounts, viz: £10,(00 bank sterling t
fir Gold ; £6000 bank and bankers' do. at
£:i. (:00 and £":t0) commercial do. at
I3(( do. at 153; £3010 hill of lading bills
; £20011 and £2000 at 152 ; £2o00 at 1524 ; a
ci nnmerclal Francs at 3.7Tf., and 150,000,1.
3.72 1. The closing rates this evening a
41(u135 for bank Sterlmng, 15311531 for
ie*, 152e153 for bill of lading hills. 3 6-.ij1
hbark Francs, and 3.72jh3.70f. for com
uTrc Fxcuawos -The only change worthy f
:e to rep,.rt under the above heading dur
pert week has been a slight falling off so
commercial. Offerings have been ample
out to meet all ordinary requirements, and
ittance demand has been at no time active a
ral from the opening to the close of the
Iransactlons to-day Included the annexed I
t. viz: $20((10 B,,atn,. and $12 0o. 0, t ,000
$0,(,tiu at.d $79,000 New York sight at
cernt. disciunt; $15.000, $24,000. $3,ol00 I
I,(0 do. at 4 l cent. discount; and $1ll oO t
' do. at ~ ocent.dsecount. We stil qote t
it. disc, unt at bank, and 11 1Gt 4 W cen .
out of doors for sight checks on the
lSttNT NOTES AND RSctrfTIs--Clty Notes
eded, owing to General Grant's order as
the Common Council of the city. Oder
e been ample to-day, but the demand was I
d., and operations included only the fol
rrmounts, via: $2000 small at 14. $1500 do.
;il0 at 7, $2010 at 8i; $104 and $3 100 large
lliof do. at 13). $35: at 1411 $,100 at 14. 1
I ( at 15 10 cent. discount, dales of Looes
ate Notes comprised $4000 at 430., and I
t 47:c. i duolar. In Secnrities we have
report sales of 125 shares C'rescent City
SI ~ock at 106 ex dividend, and 25 shares
on Baidroad at 0.
S iaierctal nttUigaenu.
umaaaav orrie. Wea 5 Oaur emris,
Fr daju ivoatm.. Fet. 28. 116. 1 1
part week has been marked ty consider
regularity In commercial and financi.
te, and by a heavy falling off in the ger
e of the city. The revolutionary proceed
Sarhiniton have materially increased the
Sinlcertitude as to the futnre. The depress- t
ien Irom Liverpool acd New York have I
in obacro. . ar ed MoumeN barv f
,Ited, owing to the very light supplies on
Tie moveients in Breadstuffs have been
'ir extent at varyinog but generally firmer
and Provisions have been In moderate re
t rates steadily inclining upward. Money
n abhtundant. Gold discloued the u~sa1 I
Sf fluctuations. Foreign Exchange knot
till the close of the week, and [)omrs'i
ge has been inact've throughout, with a
eduction in rates of commercial.
_o-Steadily Increasing languor has been t
.t noticeable feature of the Cotton market
re elone of our last weekly review, th, '21.t
With almost hourly dlscourazini4 a lvi- t
se oropeen and Northern markets, heavy
noetlratoins in rates of Gold and Foretia E I
, considerable difl,,nlty in placin saoy bn'
:i.d fllr- and fora time unrfavior h!e weather I
t-d,,,r hIusres-, factors hav- ha- an ad
novenent from the opening to the ciose of I
wsllt seek. Some of the latter have per- I
y withheld their supplies f·rm us m~trket,
r, In the full eonisdence or a soeedy re
in the stasile, but several others deernmed it.
iaccept fotinl prires, and of cosrse had to
to a heavy rednetlon on last week's clofing
' e append a brief summary of the daily
lorie as Il.liws, via :
rday, Fe-i. 22.--I his being a nationil holi
has b-en partially ob,-rved asi s:ch by
f our comnimercial and financial firms. The
siid public offices sept lotisd lioro
l-h.t the greater part ol the day, and the
o lera'ions effected opon the stre~t were
-r an exceptional than of a geoneral chart,
hie ofterng snipply of the leading utatle
sn aniIyle to Lheet ordinary reqllis'eilitesr
, r, ftr as it is unlirmly held at pri.s
11e views of botyere, esles wePre r.t-"l , 'cf
h" Ils at an sverage decline of - . j l.
(._ ilh at WasLiingtn, and consequent en
ln t if Gold and Exchange, have ths1 fsr
1 hittle it any erect upon rates, and th-ir
ce cannot, thereforte, be looked fLr before
l~tay, F ,i. 24.-The market has hoon very
--dl at unusually irrecular pricie t> lao. A
hiilig of buciness buyers dleianle l hsvy
-,i,. in view of th- rectnt dwn v-rr 1 te:
I f rates at New Y-,rk anid Liverpool, hi
rliptof edvices that Gold had advsn- I
- at t) er o-ir. (heirg q sited at 10 a. v. a'
-,nne f w linr.bisersa operratel i ti a Illiit'1
i at Rsturd-y'a -.loing qntalions. It w as
made manifest throuth a suhseqeiirnt t-i
I, io ever. 'hat the previss rate was err,
Sat d ,lsoli! hive read 11' inste-id of I"
- latter 1' till too late tirv- - ,sooIa . i. fi
- Irtisu a dciiliied loss As the div .i-v ' ,
itifavorehlil irtrl'igentce rime t, h d Ii I
h, rir atd Eiropeain riikerrti, iipion whi
,lt. Ir rave way. alrd an Irrltc r - l'i
1.. j ILi. sa .libtist ed to uliin all c as-i
. The llntering liitulsy 1ia been fulr
-l-,t, t., thie demuand wars at no time best,-r
i lrarte, and the total operations aS:uaste I
v -l t00 tales.
.". , I, hb. 2 ,.- W ith still further unfav ,ra
1Ilic - frriil iverpool arid New Yrk at h aiid
*arket opened languid and ios-rive this rmuorn
d the subsequent intelligence was, if
g,Wf even a more depreseing cliaracter all
, f.ctnrs hsd tI, snhubniit to anotler gnoral
e of jc. t l. and in exceptionsal i'-ai to a
lion of i0ttlc. The demnand inudi''erd in
d activry, however, rand the t-t-al altes
np 6400 bates, prices disclosing a harden
ndemcy ms the day advanccdci. After the
of business however. alvices nof a m ,re en
ging character were feceived from the
can and Northera markets, hbnt they crme
te to affect to-day's operations, and the mir
dtesday, Feb 26. The market opened this
r with a mlghtly beter feeling. esperin
i by more favorable adlvices from Liverpool
ew York recelved after the clooe of business
day, as well as ! thegarly intelligerwe
| came to head f ro he Ib tr points to-day.
flerlig supply waslight and undesirable, and
fair, though not general demenl, several
ed bales cbhered hads at previous quota
The mbsequent advices from Li.verpool in.
d am taavorable recloon, however, while
of Gold ian Formiln Exchange disclotPi a
declie at the North, and despite theYact
he New York oattemarket was represented
ad advaEclg throuotbot rates here fell off
average fully jo. l lb. The algregalte sales
he say footed up ocl 4300 bales, aad the
-t closed ueettlsd at the a·bove declines. It
he -I dd that the inclemrnecy of the
,41W1 t r it operatiom.
- ueisfy, Feb. 2.. market hasu bees imther
,.-y througbotto~. Offerialgs were light and
Shable fro pe to the close of boad
tess, and the 'temand, which was fair in the
o.oii.ng, beaned active asd general as the day '
advanced. Bu ev claimed marked conceesarle a
in vieow of the depressing character of the ad es d
from IAverpe eal WNew Yetk, e they may
have obtained triling advantages for a time i 2
exeentornal case, but thegaeneral ovement indi
cated. if anything, tncremasng mur es., asd the t
aggregate sales, which footed p onlyv 3500 bales, a
were almost wholly eleted at yesterdav's a
closing quotations. As the weather was m e t
lfateable fkr ealdoor buseas, and b)uye c
were apparently anxious to go ona at the above a
figores, nothing but the panel~ of the supply d
could have prevented very heavy aggregate sales I
Fricay, Feb. 28.-Opertions today have di I
cloeed so quotable variation whateer-the asp- t
ply sad demand ruled as brutoare and the total I
sales, which amounted to 4~0 ~,les, were gene
rally effected at fall previous prices. rhat rate I
have not geoe dowan eder the disaeeraging ae I
ctunuts received from Liverpool and New York
since our last is due to the very masll stock on
ea!e, the prospect of light reeeipts hereafter and
the ability of fcators to hold on account of their I
recent heavy sales at more liberal prices than are I
low ruling. As an indieation of the variations in
rates we subjoin the ruling quotations at the I
close of the past sad the present week, sfollows,
Fe .L 21 Feb 21
Ordinary ................... 19t% 10 1. '4 Is
tm Orinary............. 21 A AID 198,5
Low idd:sg .............22 - 0 14-, -
Middilag................. . 23 (4 231 S @ *l
I-t " Miedm2 ............. 24 ( - 22 ( -
Good Middling....... ..... aominal. aemasl
The total sales for the week have amounted to 1
23 0100 bales, not including 1100 bales for direct
shilment on account of holders, againslt 38,800
tales la-t week ant 34.500 bales for the week be
tore. The net receipts foot up only 21.900 bales,
against 23 026 bales last week, showing a falling
,40 of 1226 bales, and 32.994 bales receipts the
week before. The aggregate exports were 32,859
hales against 28,706 bales last week and 24,140
Lales the week before; and the stock on hand and 1
on shipboard not cleared this evenalg is 99.028
bales, against 108.351 bales last week, and 111,410
bales at the close of Lh..p"ee""+hý" `
esm.*w ile week have be divided asjollows.
viz : 285 bales for Vera Cruo, 324 for Genoa, 618
for Providence, 1201 for Bremen, 1392 for New
York, 1546 for Hamburg, 4486 for Boston, 5460 for
Havre, and 17,543 bales for liverpool.
COMr.ATIva a RCirPTs Ow ooTTro AT THIS roar
DURING PAST TWO WEBls.
Feb. 22............. .. 1 92 Feb. 15...... .......... 4.041
Feb. 2: .............. 4.137 Feb IS.............7.89
..b. 24 ................ 1 :.; F.b 17...... ..... 2 011
Fl ......... .... I~; F-b 1S................ 3 M)
Feb. ................ 4. ,3 Feb. 19 ................4.24,
keb 7 .............. 5.756 Feb 0 ............... 2,3'0
aob. 28................ S591 Feb. 2 ...............4 39
Decrease this week.... 1.16
2,676 2 676
toeek as baud Sept I. .................. 1,198
Received sincea yesterday.. .............. 3191
mesetv pMr ............... ............ 4Ue,7--499,785
zpSerted sne yea trdy ..................... 1
£xserted reviously .........................415.4L;---417.6
ateek on hand and on sbpboard this evealts............ 99 028
The exports this evening include 449 bales for
Yew York, and 1720 bales for Liverpool.
TocAtco-The inquiry under this heading dar
ing the past week has teen more general than
for sonme time previous. Holders have uncovered
their temiples and offered freely, but, owing to
the light supply and inferior character of the
samplek offeting, operatouns have been light. The
market is firm, and in all cases previous figures
Lave been sustained. We repeat quotations:
e Leaf ...... ........................ 7 ...... 6S
Medium laf ....................................... 9
Good Leaf ...........................................it 14
Choi saletlo s .................................... 17
ilefsld ...... ................. .......... .f....... $O
Cow moo Leaf .......................................5
Medtnm Leat ........................................10 511
4,... Leaf ...........................................14 615
FieL Lo................................ 16 017
thole aeetloe .................................1. 1 2
S'eck on hand kept 1.1 7-bds.................. .... ....3,191
eceiveod sr e th- Ith bist ........................170
Iteeeved prvoiusy ............................. 0 .6) .)
Exported stes the I.h nst..................... 150
i rted pre oely ........................ .. 3,22
Brukm a fr fheat aud city aeasamptio..... 4,235
Stock ea k and and e sipbeard-kbds ............ .....2776
Frt-a~--The market opened on Saturday with
an evidence of a better feeling than at any time
during the previous week. Holders were firm in
their views, and sa!es were made at better
prices than on Friday. The receipts are light,
the demand fair. As the week eltoeawe lavi to
ietlee a better feeling in the market and greater
tirmnees In prices. The receipts of to-d.y were
l'-, bhds., which were sold as landed at the follow
nereior..... - -- n . F.Iully Falr....15 0- ea a.
Co, .... --- Pl'rimr ...... I54-- c
Goodt e7... 3t. I"" l(ibue ....... i.'4 c
Fi........ .14 -- e. Ye'iowreltar'd 16-(4- e
oidi Fair...i1at0 i4,e". IWhite "" l 117 e
IoLAeF-s-The market under the above head
irg bas been quiet throughout. The demand has
bhe n fair, and in nearly ail cases the receipts have
tlund ready sales as soon as landed. prices re
n alting unchanged. The receipts of to day were
1F0 bble., and with a contionrd fair demurid tha,
, re sold at prices ranging as fol'ows v:z : 757t
74c. j' gallon for fermenting, and nt0@vic. for
FLo c:--The market opened turda wtsL
greater activity upon the part of both purchasers
aid holders. The inquiry was fair, but especially
f for t.he lower grades, and sales were 2.3)30 bbls., at
so Sfer Oine. atoeato 25 for superfine. 110 50 for
,iogle extra and i14 374 for choice. On Monday
there was still greater activity in the market, with
t a conotnued Inquiry for the lower gradse, and sales
· f 1515 hhls., at $, for fine, $10 25@10 50 for
( d uble extra. $12 76015 30 for treble extra. Tues
r day the nmarket wars more quiet, but as receipts
, re shoLrt of expectations acd nearly the
eltire stock in the lower grades had been dis
Sptsed of, double extra and the grades below
o tortnineded better prices. Sales were 1.5 hbls.
at 6- 2?~$9 25 for fine, double extra at $10 50,
oand $13 621) for choice. Wednesday operations
v-ere restricted by unfavorable weather. Prices,
however,were firm, with sales of 615 bbls. Thurs.
a dryv lh re was more activity In the market, but the
c, 1ti ut d light suppy impeded oiperations. There
aw re PaleS, however, of 1772 bbls. at $10 50 for
1 eupertie. $11 for double extra, $12 50~l13 50 for
titble extra, and $14r$15 for choice. todaythe
n asknt hlome, quiet, buyers are 1i re caut'ous in
thesir movements, but holders are firm in their
views. Sales today were 2173 bhla. as fllows:
S I 0 riperfine, ?0 dcuble extra and 300 ch ice on
prIvate termns, 10(1 on its merits at $9 90: 5') super
tile at it10 30; In0. .150 and 200 double extra at
SII; l.o0 treble extra at $t 30: 50 do. at $12 25:
y .', do. at $13: and 220 ch iP-e at $14 5)0 hhl.
\We now quote sipertine at $10 752 tlt 51. don
hile extra at $11, tr !,le extra at $12~413 5), and
Sch:.iPe at $146@1t4 .5.
(I .:N-t)pered aturday with a b tter inpiry.
I artl tider siitht ' luCct inius saales were mtle ot
r, tral anuinn'sa fr Li rment at :,2, c2i, 9.t'It5i
f, r a lute, and sn I (I2, p lit-hi-el for yellow.
Mirdoy there was a fir inquiry. but au holders
i d .r h-red the ir views sales were restricted t(,
I ,1 ri ,r feiw. I neday the to irket wa qt ,'
tot t frnm at prices tending up, w'th lates of 45i10
I s~ at ~ c'(t,:,7,. for white and $1 02k for yet
i wm. Wdcesaay opera'ions were restricted by
tl e h1 svy raus. i'ru e, hiwv-er, were firinm.
rth -vales of (;4411 sarks at ISSt1'ic. for white.
I urrday the market crntinued active, with a lit~
1 eral de lnd fuor hi6nuan at previous fiBgurci, and
a'tea of .5cc, sclrrk. To day the market is ,iret
r2d stealy, with a fair demand and good es p'y.
1 ales are 1731; sacks, of which 2-.6 ordinary at ,2-:
.i0 whice at t!e : elO and 1510H) do. at 94-.: s,,
Sco. at 25c., and 3,t0 chi,(ce whlte at 274 :. i tishel.
II e now quote 0white r3/i, 5c. and yellow at 27ec
i F t nIhel.
a O(rAT--We have no change to notice; the mar
Lket has been quiet and inactive throughout. Sbt
m rday's astes were 137 sacks 'lrl-t.;c ; those of
HMotiday 45(, sacks at 53 r4i8c.: Tuesda 47;.
e seeks at 83, 84@,5c. 4 bushel. Wedneid @13,)
sackLs at 12c. 1 huradsy ~,8 sack's at 52, il:l-*
S .i huslhel. To-day the market closes dull and
Siricles are lower, with sales of :460 sacks as fol
loaws : 130 and 320 sarks at tOe., 200 prime at .lc.
and 50 choice Ohio at b2c. l bushel.
S BlIs--The market opened Saturday quiet and
- dull, hpt as holders were generally noder limit
Sthere was nothing done except to supply the
Slocal demand at $1 85 100 Bt., but as the week
e closes bolders have made concessions under
which some small lots have been taken at $1 50@
d 1 70 100 Tbs.
Ha Br-he market opened Saturday quiet and
- dull, with prices lower. Monday and Tuestav
I there was but a very limited demand and prices
a were still lower; Wednesday with a little better
a inquiry, prices were irmer, and as the week
t cloes we notice eonsiderable depresslon in the
4 market and pries decltsn. Sales to-day were
f 250 bales. of whibch 60 gd Western at $L8, and
e 2L0 far Ohioriverat S20 gOta
e Pos--The market opened Saturday with in
Screuased animation on the part of buyers, ad as
a the supply weu nadeqante to a heavy demand
prices were rmer. Monday, with lancreased de
r rned, prices advaneed to $ 2 bbl. fe)roeoed
S lots. Tueoday the opetattons were oonfsed
I almost entirely to a Jlobbltade, wkhh was
gbriR .8t fU sure.. e'thee thea ee b
r eotinfed asene ly prices with at atrve de.
amsd, while the sales of to day. 120 bbls. at $27,
dibeese a aedvnace of $10l 25 over sales of last -
PFriday. Boldm are jobiang eel y at $2t 260
27 50 bbl.
Bacon-baturday the market was quiet, owing c
to the lack of sapplies, for which there was as
active demand. Mnday there was contiderable O
activity in the market, and prioes disclosed a at
tendency to advace. There were sales of 95
casli it 12@13c. for shoulders, 140. for ribbed
idesl16 lbec. for elear sides. Theraday shoal
decs were sediag at 13jc., and sgar-eared hams
at 171@l8.. . As the week closes we sotibe
a qams mtarke and very light stock ofering. V
Pricee hower.er, are firm. Ha!es to-day were 75
tierces tams, of which 25 at 17c., and 60 do.t t
BALT-The demand Is light and the supply Is
rood. We now quote coarse 11"m warehouse at
11 90, and frim store att2 32 05. Pise from i
warehouse at $2 and from scbre at $2 15. We
quote casgo afloat at $1 75@j
PFraIIr T'IraPINTIa- Tf supply is light and B
the maret firm at 76ceQ for lots In good ship. b
Boare-Is In fair supply, except of No. S. wbich
is scarce. We now quote No. I at $4, No. 2 at $3 e
and No. 3 at $2 50.
TAS- Larre's are held firm at $3 50 W bbl., and
half bble. at $2.
PITCH- Is se lling at $3 50 for Southern and l
$5 50@6 for Wilmington. I
Wliayrt-Western is in good supply but dull at
37Q45c. Zl gallon in buad, according to proof.
HeAtern reetifled is setlitg at St 30, 51 50@j
1 60 ; gallon in currency, tax paid. The stock
of Louisiana is light, with a fair demand. It c
is quoted in bond 3.4!0Oc., accordinl to proof.
and at $1 1601 30 sigallon in currency, tax paid.
RiCE-Louisiana is scarce and selling at tlojc. '
fr mi fair to choice; Carolinas firm at 12c.; ldie L
Leldst 1010Oic. Sales v'; +-erces a' 12c. lb.
Corrs- Quiet and prices firm at 14l)@17c. for
gold for conuuon to choice, and 1@231)u. In our
BRnAs--Owing to a late better demand and con
siderable decrease of the stock, paJles have ad
vanced. We queee wessr. s I -elrMorth .
ern at $17018.
o'owraTmr.-Are plenty and dull. We quote St.
Louis at $2Q3. Michigan at $4@t 50, and choice
Northern at $4 50@5 5 bbi. Western plenty
LIm--Thomaston and Rockland are in light
supply with a fair demand, and prices are firm at
$2 75 barrel for small lots; by cargd $2 30('--.
Cape Lime, full size barrels, is selling at $2 70;
snall barrels at $1 60@1 75 br bil.
rnes C oANDLea-Are in moderate demand, but v
prices exhibit a downward tendency. We quote
17c. for 12 os., 1!94@20c. for 14 os., and 22~@ d
23c. for full weight.
Boor I'oLEs-Are in fair supply and very dull
at 115 1 0i0W for barrels, and Sbiu7O N 1000 for v
}iso-Dull at 30@350. W dosen in boxes and h
136Q38 3W bbl. b
Fa ni-tust-The supply is moderate and de. -
mind increased. Prices firm at 50@60c. for
Peoeus-In better demand at $3@S3 50 1
COTTON Sian OIL-Is in fair supply, but with C
only a nmoderate demand at 95c. for refined and
T0c. V gallon for crude. e
MaLeOA Fit-IT-Is in good retail demand. The
stock ot Len-ots is ample, while that of Raisins is
good, and prices advanced. We quote Grapes at
15 3 keg, I.en:ors at $4 l box, Raisins at $4 20(@
4 26 for whole boxes, $2 15 for half boxes, and
5l 15 for quarter boxes. Figs.21@22c. and Citron
34(25c I lb.
Owrons-ln light supply but quiet at $6 25
DataD Fnr-IT-New Apples are selling at 5f~lc.
Slb Peaches-Market overstooked and seinog
at 6(7c. 3 It for new. t
VINLoa -Is quiet and selling at 250. for eider,
and 27(g28c. for Cincinnati Grape.
Basd' losca-No demand.
I lan Baus- Fair supply and dull at 16@16c.
UIIArpAT BAcoN-14@ rlc.
Mafs Baln-Hall bbla. $12@12 50, full bbls.
hTlTE-The supply is very light. We now
quote Western at 25@30c. for inferior to good.
choice do. 3tdct44c., Northern at 45@52c., and
choice do. at 52963o.
CniaPE-Choice Western Reserve and Factory
in light supply and in good reqcest at 10@l4c. for
inferior, choice 170., Northern cream at 18c.
Market overstocked in English dairy.
LInlsEa OIL-Is in fair supply, but the demand I
limited, and prices firm. We quote at )L 25
Con biEItL-Ts in falir supply anl dull and
nominal at 14 75@$4 V bbl. for choice kiln dried
LAD, Ou.-The market is better supplied with
winter strained sad in good demand, and we now
quote $1 03~i $1 10 to gallon for summerand $1St 20
1 25 for n.lterstrained.
CoaL Or.--Cases are in moderate supply and
request at t5(~66Oc. } gallon according to brand.
The receipts of Coal Oil in barrels is fair and the
denand mnode:ate, and we quote 61®53c. In a job
BAL Rlorn-The supply is fair for the demand,
which is light. We quote at 9@94c. 34 lb.
Iron TIls--Demand moderate at 7(71c. 3 lb.
INDIA BAoolr;-Market dull. Jobbing rates
2oc. Kentucky is dull at 20(421Lc. 3 yard.
(;.tNNY BAGS-There Is a moderate stock on
her d. with a light demand, amu prices ruling from
20o(421c. at retail.
WooL--lbe stock is small and demand light.
Bury bl4tc., native 15@17c., Texas 6Iti20o.,
4,taAu.Lt-The market is well supplied, and
ahipmenti rAies foreign ports are ilberal. We
quote boda Ash 32o. for 48 ' cent., 4c. for 50 per
cent., Canustic Soda 9 for 61 per cent., Bi-Carb
Soda 7c. and Sat 8oda Sb. lb.
BHiE~L-The stock on band is Ulimited and the
market is steady at the run,',in quota
lions, viz: Green salted nrminal at '.,o2,
b I.; country dry, 17@Ric. i l.; Mexican. ll@
Iie.; Texas stretched, 17(g@lc. Deer Skins.
25c. IhIt.; Indian dressed do.. 81 23@t1 50.
CorrTOn SEn--Heavy supply with moderate de
mand at $14 i ton.
TaLLOW--Ihe supply is lieht with fair local de
mand at lojc lb. for city rendered.
Ait-La.--The market is overstocked; selling at
~nanicrr-There Is very little cotton offer
ing coustwise, and but little tonnage. We
qute: By steam to Liverpool 11 li;;jd. for cotto,
lIcd. f, r corn, 0cs. for lolbacco; Liverpool. by sail.
Il.l~.i;d. for cotton 14@1l6d. for core, and 5O@
oja. for tohsacco. To New York by steamer Ic. for
cetton. 2u(,224. for corn, 812 for tobaccoand
.Cc. fr flour; New York by sail, bc. for cotton.
20c. for corn and H8c. for flour. To Boston by
usesm, lic. for cotton, 20c. for corn, and ~0c. I
for lour; Boaton bysail, lic. f,,r cotton, 1iO,0,3.
for corn and ,c. for flour. To Bremen by sail.
I c. for votton, and M's. for tobacco. To
Haire by sail, l lic. for cotton. Glisgow by
sail, lCd. for cor.
NW OiiFAt'-R WtEEKLY COFFew bTtTKITMET.-
The fllowing iliteresting intelligerce to dealers in
coffee is taken from Mr. H. T. Lonsdale's circular
of the Itre-lt date, viz :
lImpor ts tr ozn Rio deJaneiro,from lIstJuly, 164,
to 3(lh Ju:ne, 1l,7, 81,013 bags: same perl,, pre
virts ycar, 44.(,5 hgrs: increase irp 18it.-67.
3,,,.i bags. Arrivals this week: February 27,
hark Anti Wheaton, to A. Lamotte. 33,3 bags. Im
ports from 1st Jul7 last to date, 9it,7¶5 bags. Sales
) during past week: Ex Ann Wheaton. (iargo,)
:3103 bags P. T.: ex-Satinella. 500 bags P. T.; ex
Mary Hice, t,2 bags at li5 lv;c : ex-Mary Rice,
(skimoines) 79 baes P. T :t has. Henry, 3)0 nage
at 14( Qli4c. ex-Ml. E. Rich, 152 bags at It10.:
ex-Ella . Tlbayer, 140 bags P. T.; ex-Ela 8.
1 Ther20 bag I'P.T. Total. 512; hbags. Stock
Sitrse up as folows: Elliott & MeKeever, 16.065
hbags: C(haffralx & Agar, 4000 has: Si'kenatedt
& Co., 2100 bags; Rodocanschi & anugbiadi,
S :27 t ags; Gee. Westfeldr, 2,;4 bags ;J. L.
Phippe & Co., 1800 bags; E. 1. Stockmeyer, 1501)
bags. Total, t1,588 bags. Gold qiotation this
day. 141*. Market firm demand fair; Prime to
bchoice, lt1f7c., gold duty paid; fair to good
fair, 15~l6c., gold duty paid; common, 144c.,
r gold duty paid.
1 Cm or JarOeaes.. ea. Is t1U.
Arrived during the past week--135 Texas and
11 Westera Beeves, 313 Calves and Yeatrlings, 56
Hoegs, 302 Sheep and 4 Milch Cows. 8old -1371
Texas and 28 Western Beeves, 367 Calves and
t Yesrlings, 140 Bogs, 1069 Sheep and 7 Milch
Cows. Steck on sale-601 Texas and 27 Western
Beyqes, 53 Calves and Yearlings, 51 Begs, -
r Sheep and 24 Muilch Cows. We quote:
*st snflaveads, U b ...............--8I@
a .............. ....... ......- 9 - 1
abse t ~ai ad. ................... *m
r M h ................................... 1 6 am
eikra eee iblmeer . U .............. T iii
L. H. Gardner & Co., 91, 33 and cJommoan
I street, adjoinamg the City Botel, are oflring dry
i good st wbholesale at ,p ces sen per n eat. be
a low New lTk.
Tie weather yesterday was clear and rather
cold i athe hade. Those who were compelled to
rise early found over coats, gloves, etc.. (no ref
erene to cocktals) very eamential to comfort.
Busitees on the landinog eemed to rave he~t
atimulated by the weather, and yae unnsuall) g
brik. TifWetesmers that left port last evening a
s well as those advertised to leave thie day. were
all receiving freets, giving the lower leadina, in
particular, the busy airpeareaee of ate bIsnia j
The news from the tributaries seemedta lfafue
new life and vigor into steambeatmen generally ti
in particultar age nts, who were yesterday as busy e
as bees ; in fact several of them asurred as pos- a
itlvely that they had noteven time to part e of b
a glass of soda.
l.ate advices from Onachita river, report it t
bask fell. Eavigaeton open to Camden.
We are informed that private dispatche from
Red River report that stream on a rtend at
By usoth, r dispatch we learn that there was
eight feet from urbrevepor out.
We are in receipt of the following telegrams,
for which we return many thanks:
' BaHl.sa,. Ast., Veb.2?.--roSnnott& Adamt:
Steamer Indikns will arrive Mey-setrseing aid
leave Tuesday. R. E. Neal, aaster,"
"MExPras. Feb. 28.-To Binnott & Adams; i
Steamer Itelle Lee will arrive on Monday and
leave on Wednesday. A. McGill, master."
%e are indebted to Mr John Bacbiele for a
copy of the following :
"-H~EVEPgroT, Feb. 27.-Prolio arrived at 2 Pr.
x to-day. River rising fast WI I leave taterdy 1
with lutO tbhales cotton. E. Barke"
lThe rrivals embraced the John Kilgoor, from I
Louisville; Silver Spray, from Cincinnati; J. M I
Shharp, from Lafourche; Magenta, from Vicks a
ilnrg: Mittie Stephes. from Sbreveport; anj
Vicksburg. from Trenton.
t he nmagnificent Frank Parg~od will be found
at her , harf this morning, and our citizens will
have an opportunity to-d.y of inspecung her.
rrpvtlrue: T1e ehmoed leffoe >wibte
with a good trip.
The Hlenry Ames left at 5 r. x. for Memphis.
The Louisville for L ui.ville had a fair trip.
The lberville for Bayou Sara left as usual wih
a fine freight.
the iMonsoon for Red Rod River and J. M. Sharp
were the only other detartures.
AniVAL or THrn FRANK PAGoroD.-We viewed
this truly magnifent loating palace on her arri
val last eveninrg, and regret that the late hour at
which we write precludes usfrom giving ageneral
description of (what we consider) the inest speci
men of marine architecture afloat upon the waters
of this contment. Although an entirely new boat,
we felt at home immediately on going aboard, as
we were met by that old New Orleans favorite
V. G(en. Williams. who (as the public hasulready
been informed through our columna) has charge
of her office.
George eneorted us through her large and
sp'v ndid staterooms, barber shop, etc., and though
least, not ldibt by any means, into his sanetum
sanctoraum, which is a perfect bijou, and is well
calculated to make a smiting and courteous clerk
of asy ore, the present occupant of which, how
ever. we would remark, needs nothing of the kind
to make t-im such, as we have ever known him to be
all that could be desired in this particular. Capt.
Tobin may well feel proud of his boat, and we
sincerely hope that she may prove a profitable in
vestment to hint. Enterprise such he he has
shown ought certainly not to go unrewarded. On
another occasion we shall try and give a full desc
cription of the Pargoud.
by our advices from the Ohio it will be seen
that stream is rising slowly.
The lower coast packet A. G. Brown will be at
the landing this morning, ready to receive for her
The B. L. Hedge from Red River, and Idahoe,
Dora and Lotawanna from Ouachita, are hourly
expected to arrive.
I he river here is still slowly rising.
By a dispatch from Vicksburg to Mr. A. BriEt
too, we learn that the Bmma No. 3 will arrive to.
day, and leave on Tuesday for Cincinnati.
It e Vicksburg Herald of the 27th says: "The
weather was again showery yesterday. Businesa
was it active on the levee. The river continues to
From the Memphis Avalance, 27th instant:
"Weather cool and clendy, with indications of
more rain. The river Is receding steadily with
fourteen feet water on the bars to Cairo. White
river continues at low tide with five feet In the
channel to Augusta. The Arkansasreals at low
ebb with twenty-six inches in the channel. Ar
rived, Gen. Quitman from New Oleanr.
" Trere was a fair amount of business doing on
the wharf yesterday, with a good list of boats in
port receiving and dischbarging. The mad on the
levee made it very disagreeable to handle Iteights.
The fparling and Cora B. cleared for Cnoinnati.
the former with 1000 bales cotton and the latter
with 105S bales. The General Quitman came ir
from New Orleans at noon with a fair cargo of
sugar and molasses. She leaves to-day at 5 P. x.
for a re'urn trip to New Orleans, making all way
landings in the bends."
The .ouisrvile Uemocratof the 26th has the fol
low ing : "I be wharf presented rather a dull at,
pearance yesterday. There were but few bats
here. and those that were received but little
freight. The river at this pointoontianee to de
clit e, with six ttet water in the canal last even
irng by the nark, and four feet in the pass on the
lall.. L ult g the twenty-four hours ending at
da k last ev I,ing, the river at the head of the falls
had receded four inches, or about one foot a,
Portland. The decline here seems to be7contionual
and gradual, with no material change, nor do we
look for aty at present."
r We nmake the following extracts from the Cin.
cinnati Crommeruial of the 2bth:
' Tt.e weather was clear and cool yesterday.
with tie wind from the northwest. Whof mow
and lain in the Alleghenies, we may reasonably
antieipate a coalboat tide at Pittarurg. The ice
i rit..,, :' the Allegheny, but has ant yet started.
H re ti e sBaromete v..lt..,.,a 9i iC t a - 9.-)
at 12 u.. end 2' 71 at 6 P. x., wilie the mercury
rarged at at at 7 A. x., 45 at 12 x. and J2 at
6 I'. .
"l The Ohio hbre has risen 6 inches durlig the
24 hours ending at 6 r. a., yesterday, with 16 feet
in the channel tby the Water Works' mark, and 363
feet under the Covington bridge for palIng
steamers. At Nashville, the (umberland was
risir-g last night, with 4 feet on liarpeth houals.
The flpr eete is falling."
PITT.-rMCO, Feb. 23.-Raiuing all day. River 7
feet in the channel and riRsing.
WtutI.I;, Feb. 23-- Pi. u.--Rver 9 feetl
inch and rir-i. Cool and chiy.
Poiiset, Feb. 2j.-Rrver risng slowly.
Gr t.rioIs, Feb. 23-8 r. .--River riatsg
I~ l-- the St. Louis Democrat, Feb. 26:
"There is not much to say about wharf matters.
The river is nearly stationary. The frst stones
were laid in the dam yesterday for the shore pier
of the bridge. It was an interesting event. Wan
diedsot laborers continue leveling and grading
sad paring portions of the wharf, and ouch of it
is st ere.ent uselesn for business. The contest
cortiirues warm fur Ntw Oileanas freights be
tween the I ares, the Atlantic compaoy and the
ndopendent Bismarck. The barge rate for flojr
it ,3 ce tse per bartel; steamer 40 cents, and, it
i csid, 33 centa. lThe Atlantic liue tariif yester
day war-: Fl -ur 40 cit ti per barrel: corn 3-i. per
,csatck; oars 8c.; p-rk 75r.: pound feight 23c.;
s cl h(l and oil 51 5; whlsaky $2: ale and beer
$I1 2: hurtes 5-; catlie $Sr; mules $t. Tonrnage
tis quite tqual to the demand, and a littlreni-re si.
11e We c, oe gave hier fri-igt to thLi tlmiarci,
a-d the Mtrir ewall will not Itad at present. The
Oe ,th o0 water to Cairo is ", feet. No rise yet in
tie Jltir-ouri. which is said to be lower than ever
" Ti e iPeter Baleo, from Cairo, brought a fat
trip. Il e enters ti;e Cape Ge;rardeai trae as a
regular packeio The owners of the Olive Branch
a.d lruthl were so corfildert of their arrival last
night that we presrone they did arrive. The Ida,
l.iunlsiena and Glasgow were also expected. It .
d was aio understood thatCapt.J. W.Terrell would
trirgi the ilenry Adkins to the wharf, expecting
to secnre an early trip in some direction.
"ilbe commodious Peter Bakes for Cape Girar
dean and way points. Capt. Bell commands, with
t. GI. Cates at the desk. W. & Artb~r at 9 A. a.,
Bismarck sat 4 p. x-.,and Shark and barges to-mor
row for New Orleans. The Mary McDonald ia
again loeading for the Misouri."
Tuort-era Boar roa JPFFRONao.-The unsur
Spaseed low-water packet Liasie Hopkins, Capt.
h oote, leaves as above at 6 r. a. to-day. Capt.
Sam Lawson and Mr. Chae. Holma wtl be found
in her office. Amongst the ndmeron attractions
of the Lizzie we would mention the Jimplecute
ExcHange, under charge of our friend Ribt. Dale
rwhere all feeling spiritually disposed may find
consolation. Passengers and shippers may rely
a pson her going thrugh withLut detention, a her
A light-draft is proverbial.
S Tans MAusNTa 1ro0 VIcxarSM.-Thi regular
a packet, under command of the well-known Capt.
a r. P. Ieathers, leavee as above at 6 o'olock
this evening. The reptatibn of the Maenta for
a speed, safety and comfort, is nnequaled.
Fos LtOItVILLL-Thbe spleadid John Kilgour,
a ander command of Capt. J. G. Benaso, Is sa
I counced to leave uas above at S r. a. to-day.
oaF oa ons.--The mail boat leaves a above
a to-day, on the arrival of the 4 7. 1. tri Pofot
I bchartraln Railroad. C. A. Witney, agent.
Fo Fe BnIvuaost.-The regular peket Na
tional, hnnou,, mater, leave tor the sabova
SIll trmedlat Iandigs ast 5 . U. Wtasy.
. . C. P r has charge of br aM, sal
ably amblted by ii. EJpIstSbSLg .
Fos Jrprase.-The regtew l t Riom
Stevbras, apt. e . rbl1 leanss .
above 1kis dby M 5 1. r.
Fox r. Loou.-The Ba ee sseegr paetet
Walter 11. Dae d. . H.Q S. U
earve a. he* at s o'elook, th ve
era will And herg aomfortablbos a .hibpper
will had it to thel islireel to eothalt. age*ot.
Foes LA3ANs LArmxe, Taens o inO Miewmoe.
the aw Sturday parket Vickshberga p. P.
A. Blask leave. for the abovead DM aseedits
lasdtap .s the OseObis river, at 6 e. L.. lsdy.
The Vicksborg ls uuasrp-esbd y aybe t ro ae.
trade, andh passeses wl lad fa eaw e Adl
clerk, Mr. G. Prose Work. genilerNee wer
wheom it asreal plasee r her tO real or d
Pos GaAnD Dloom.-The It. ilebdles, . C.
Dowty, leavesa toeday as r. r.
Foe NWAcas-.Z Pacetd.--Tbe
pa ed p reenger p et Wild Waoner, Ctp A
C. Godndt., havln bn ouin lbsl dmela thoru
leaving last eveurag, leaves A(b' eve a -
o'clock, for th above an$d ;sdsrmadlo
gs. Passeagers will fti all that am
be desired to a eommander l Capt. Qa dl $t0d
we can asswe all having bslneus, wr ie
ing up tbe coast, that our tfrieeds.
Libsao, Posey aed Helmet, will do their bea to
ake a trip on the Wagoner agreeable.
The Kansas papers state that several e e of
poisoning bhave eoerred in that uSta te pe
ties eating buckwheat our In whisk the s atl
the " Jimeo " weed had besa mixed cad gond.
The symptoms are intense, thirst, followed by
trying and laughirg Ate, to which the pupil of
the eye becomes greatly dilated, and, fealy, do
lt um sots nl. .No one has yet died with It, but
several persona have been afected.
Fifty dollars! Blost elliptlc sewing macbte
triumphant. Blghest psmmtrin Iadiaaa BSateo
Fair. For sale at 87 Canalstreet.
" bepware Abbe is OW. M Ciam .steee,·s
selling their stock at greatly redsted prieee.
DRZ 46000................... Dr QOODL.
NEW YORK--SPLING IMPORTATIONS. 1868.
Ate-War rPseee, er Cash.
We are ncwreceiviat sad epanlig oar Spring Imlperatlas
and Asctiol Pacrdwse of
BRITISH AND FRIENCH DREMI GOODS.
Wh!ek we kelt be pleased to show to bajre. We will make
it to se ilteesat o bhtl Jobberrssed .testdwao .eamees
e sewe alsorlpelng our Importalioes of LTNXEe., WHY'TI
GOO.De dd Ho,8,It , m.ny sntlesm Go wtkk b e an low
s siaan! tm.e prevaiou othe WTr.
In acditt, n t, the ebe e we ta lt ett unSe to, o Steeks
or CL(OTOSF, illriSh, , AKPRE t etc, and als, DO
UIB& It,$ AND PtINTs. Fall Inea. and Low Priee.
LATIHR P. LL'DtitGTN A C( ,
335 set. r5) llrodwar. Now lerk.
J P. COATS'
aST' SIX CORD WHITS AND BLACIL THBIIA.
Amerted..eas of 109 Dosem.
BRIGHT COLORS IN DOXES
With their wel ksewa teade meek.
New asometmsa, sad from forlty to sly ades of esier
I seek beox at Ave donses,
Aoeread as of 10 desm.
oes StI Cord Or(eket Cotts.,
On spe.ls sad l e bI Fw saleby the pelse anly.
JOHN a BUGSB AIOINC1r,
Seo. Apeae t Now Trk sbe
J. A P. COATS,
of Pssley. keotlaud.
WATMae............................... WA m
.. to .eO* tIs Watehes.
for se ea Wb s.saw ONf-Pa'Ca PLAN, , .vtse at
pstro IHANDOiME sad SIrLIANLR WaTON,
For Lhe Law Pries lf 1BN DOLLARS,
Without Regard to Value.
and sot to be PAID FOKR Udae Perfectly Saethessey.
ygw lnerd Htam Wevlr... .......... l e It
lOOi M--,sealesw ,sIder atebae............ 0 ton
100i Las' RMstoee, Esamoe............ lito .
o00 (td Niwng iteoom. tar Wasebs .... 2Ow
e Ovid iussa iT bhe l L mes ......... bLst e
r Goold Rumseg Dule os ....... i 10 to 1
115 Gold Hstm Ameoriea Wachles ..... 1t m
S Sb i u eter r................. U) S
iOe Gold Ldto.' a-hae................. u me
1.0U5 Gold Hunting Let oar. .......... s tso -'
ISO Norlsane lmi.ter Waoloese...... s to to rles
I.m10 llslalmolver Wc e ............... S to U
roue. l.ay de a o des enire a to te .rttie
6 laecrkbw tale sp patyNmaen th tof Tie Dollar
wbth . be a SWtch weetb f W le worth lees. The
named thereon upen raTnent Irrepectlo of ite worth. cad
as no article Oaut d lee ttee St1e .med us coy eetlcorata
I, wilt 50 ea ho mma that teb ., MNO LOtSRIT, buts
A stcgacrllfJe iitoeoet y mo peo pad. cuse r
F e.ptofueent. 5o f$1 51. oTu fo , talrey-th.me sod
eelege preaiem 5s Wa-Ia7c sd moire valuaro.t um
As r emto~erihaam *pl· est, ttl Is rera
a, tu , duImeat
Tr7m W SArCl0Ca , .h I sc. mlmurm.
ONNIRAL CONWTRSION MRRCIIAY,
Mo 3? Wael aees.
Tae WAR OIL LEN
l EmldEetif WasmND llrnewehs,
@ElIN5U IIUN-O3LAOKNU5. U WI5 Nib
dr ws omd eofll heO o r.
k Iel Bs adue, a hree ra ... ..........e lR 01Re
O j ilAVlrA b ?eV.PK('tAmNO ItIAYw
tA!nd1is .1 mseRANEDIIS ?TIUECASDZ.
• ,perleoad usd oe.petent buyer. aess
Ciimcmil oo mow sae not oxedlaJng 51(i), 7I. ear mt
r I dOer "
lemeasm Bes 1755. Now YamS
PIAiNot--SE H IN6h MI A44H I!E.
u] A]RON PIANo roRTE
GlAND TRIUMPE OTW ALL OTrHER PIANOS tN
EUOI-5 AND AMERICA.
T7he ARTON PIANO OlT , derlaredl by the ledginm the
late FeaIr of the Am rea, lctelutm, held in Septomber and
SOteeher. 17, to be thu bet peao ow exzhibt lo., sod altr
tlest trial rdered by the AIurl ln erltutle. with tho Pioan
ofl@e ore*lfl ca' ibtits at tIe Patis lazpeiton wu de
clard by thbe'e Jwdge te'b theI beet P/ame Ibew tet em
AGRl18 WANTAD Ferst lass and mwestble Agsts
~.wate to gowry sty ad town where we have net slmsead
a Dmonlaneytrmt. ewIYrk. MaNMollra C 00.
d FI PIANOS...........PINN PIAlr
SOUST. VOW HOF. Ut V 'srCloeatrt, a b s iSa dteck
r lAIeOS mauwfsctured In Leoaa which ho sewrs
Ieee toho mea a-lt roepeea te them, at fwew mekae,
o4rdr mis Ic 1km. ee. Plram wIiibOdUld E I f
tMr. VtEI Blad WAS AWARDED s tGOLDEDAL
at the Louletmas Saie Fir beed at New Oateam, i Jmmury,
1U5, ibe bem 55fT MABO made tI Ste Soelkara batm.
GUsT. rot eoru.
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saew Ipase"* mid emaetns MerekLams
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WEIL & BROTHER,
INPORTERE AND GENERAL COVIABION
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thkir atce1 to
Jo. I Y r arlea Stre~*
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elvad by late arrJIvals from ]urepo a OmpleIC steak of
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the Wet, they wl. khep sleaesttly el h ad he ehaes at
30U30I AND TI WriIfEIL
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bare Dame tu earer t'omam era
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