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TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, I668.
WiW @rleaius `m u arqltet.
Oma~sem-foea. Nam Ot a UsIn
The revoluntemry moverants prugressing at
Washibgtos still tend so naeattle finslast anffair
generally, and the distruet with sgard to the fo
ztire, whib eoommeaced with the radical men
dacity of impeaching the presideat, sarges and
expanda from the center to the ircmfoerence of
the country. But in the laagage of Goldsmuth:
Pr:ners and kinpt may fgnrsh or may 's..e
A brea b may MI na S ne a a etai maed;
iit a bo d peaatry. their Ceuaty's priee.
b en ones dpsu.e .a sever he sappeLd.
In our case we do not apprehend the Last dread
alternative, although the Infuriated redicals may
yet drive the sober-minded citizens of this repub.
lc to desperation.
The money market to-day has disclosed no
marked alteration of any kind. O5erings of
capital were ample throughout, but the demand
fir secommrdation has been of a restrictel
character from the opening to the close of busi
Dras, but no valiation whatever has transpired
in rates, and we still quote 8 l cent. 3 annum
at bank and ii l f cent. V month out of
doors for ahrrt gilt edged paper, and 10~12 1
cent. her annum for long dated notes, se
cured by first class ecty mortgage.
(ot..--V e have to report a decline in Gold to
day. owing to a falling off of rates is the Nee
York market. The opening rate in the former,
- to-day, was 1401. against 1401, the closing figure
Saturday evening. At 11 A. Y. it was qno e4 at
19i : at 1 w. it ruled as 140}, and at 1l30 . m. it
stood at 140x. The demand ad saupply in tiis
mirket have been of but a barely moderate cha .
acter to-day, and the total actual sales oim
pisee only the appended amounts, viz : $10 000 at
1404; t7000at l40) ; $5110 at the same ; $25,110)
at 144(ll,141~; $2u00 at 141; $2000 at t1414; $6 i0
at 141, ; $26500 t 1411, and $1000 at 141t. tar'e
of Silver included 10 Mexican dollars at 142j,
end asome trilling lots of American Si'ver cnu
within the range of our quotations, which now
rule as follows, viz : Gold 141r4ti41* : Amelroan
Rilver coin 1]Z.134, and Mexican dollars 141J
Fuxtaox Excutar--The decline in Gild to
day Las reeul ed in a redaction In the rates of
Fter.i.g and Francs. The market was amply
pil pp ed throughiout, and the demand was hbarely
mr,,lerate from the opening to the close of bu;!
n-as. We append the principal sale. as follows,
v' : £5000 bank Sterline at 152;; £t.150 do. at
152,: £21000 and £3110) Al commercisl at 1521-:
.- at 1-?: ; £1000), £31fir)0 and £53,)0
at 132; £1004) £1500 and £400o bill of laling
Fterriug an 1514; t1500 do. at 151' ; £-000 to. at
1.1 i: £5000 at 1.51 : f 20 (000 onmercial Fran-s
a' I.: 75 ; t.20,0t00, f.30.000, (.30,14) and f 50,01)
at f '.7",., sr.d f.!0,000. f 25,000, f.Ir',oi) an
f :0 000 at f3 72( . The closing rates this evening
w-,re 1.3 70Gat 3.C~c for bank Fr.ancs and f..l.7;;
L3.72; for commeuctal France.
IriracTi ExCimANis--The movement under the
above heading to-day has diselosed Increasing
frmness all round. The market has been but
sin derately supplied with commercial offerings, as
the recent sales of Cotton have been almost ex
clslvely for foreign account, while the remit
tn.oe demand has been at no time active, and the
total purchases by banks and bankers have been
cofrtined to the etbijolned amounts, v;z: 125,010),
$25,000, $25,000 and $103.000 bankers' t;ght at '
14 cent. discount: $10,t000, $36,000 $4.)00uo and
tI l: .,u.ul do. at 9-16 cent. disaonnt; $'0,0io0r do.
at i 1, cent. discount; $3000 do. at 11- 16 cent.
diecount; $1' (N10 on Providence at t4 1 cent.
discount; $5000 on St. Louis at 11 aeout. dis
count; :105(4 and $10,000 five days' at I % cent.
discount, and $900 and $10.000 ten days' at 1 V
cent. discount. We still quote j%' Vb cent. dis
eaunt at bank and 9-16@,llti.16 cent. discount
out of doors for sight checks on the Northern
L tcruxaLR NoTi- AND SicUaTrras -There has
beren a nm.aked Inmprovemlent noticeable in city
Notes to-day. The offering supply was of a much
lets preassing character than heretofore, and the
demand althbogh still restricted has been of a de
cidedly more liberal tenor. The purchases in
cluded $10.000 snoall city issues at 14j1 cent. dis
c unt. $14.400 do. at 14, j' cent. disc, , nt. tL403
at d $10,400 at 154 t cent. discount. $4;000 do. at
15} 10 cent. discount, $4000 and $5000 do. at 16 1
crit. disconnt. $1005 large do. at 17*, and $1SO)0
l.ouissna State Notes in lots at 4Ql452c. 3 tollar.
Traneactior ton Securities have been continel to
L0 shares Canal Bank StBock at 9:;.
rPUAItIL ItSPtrcNar .-We are indebted to
the Western Union Teletraph line for copies of
the followting privat dispatohes received over
that rmote to-day. vis:
Arm inrk Marr,A 9-l10 . .--Gold 13:14.
Cottin market very firm; bolders asking higher
rares; nidd.uces 26c., Mobile 24icr., O)rleans 27c.
-tir-ling 10(lr( l0l. 12 a.-Gold 14111. Cotton
dltiwand lair; prices firm; firmness restricts sales;
middlings 26c., Moubile 2}jc , Orleans 27c. 2:30
P. M.--i;old 140i. Cotton demand fair; prices
firm: sales 5000 bales; uplands 2r0;., Mobile 2 ,j .,
OUltans 27c. (able news caused buyers to with
draw from the market.
L.rerpool, March 9-11:15 A. .--Cotton market
brua nt; estimated salts- :501 bales; upland
1.4d., Orleans ldll'. 1.20 P. K.-Cotton irregular;
pales to day 25.(1 0 bales; quotations unchanged.
6 I. .--Cotton market firm; sales t - Iay 2),0100
1.., e-: nu lends l'e4o 0lo1d., Orleans 0lid.; Cotton
L.,,nrrht. Mrtcr 9-'11:15 A. v.-Consols 9).
5-'.,, 71l5,71:. 1:20 P. M.-Consols 93@J3i: 20L:e
.se wn rial Inttlltgtnu.
Cor-row-The market has been very buoyant
tl.roughut to-day. Tbhe offering supply was at
no time hieavy or desirable, while the general
demand has been active and prices have rap:l y
ichdiiid in favor of holders. in fact, the only
dra·n ack to unusually heavy operations to day
liea been the very heavy advatce denmarledr by
act(rlrs. Buyers cheerfinlly paid Ic. higher figjures
than lieretotore, as the Llverprol advlces ilidi.
rated an imnproivement to that extent, but this tit
lot satiety some holders, and not a few of the
latter put up their rates fully lil-~ic. 1 lb. The
totirl actuIal aes for the day footed up 4730
IrAles, nievertheless, and the market closed iriso -
tied at tile subjoined quotations, viz: (i-rtinery,
? Ori, . :: good ordinary, 23~?-c.; low m:dd!iug.
24(i -c.: middling, 2-d-c.
CoMPaiAtrIfr REECIPTm O0 COTTON AT TI1S POrT
S D'RING A. rT TWo WrEsS.
SI -+ - . .... 2 h sarch I - ............ .. 2 , !
Ftlrc on baud Sept 1 tm57 ................ I1
,, - ·It ale stardey... ................ 7
- r0ed i revioo y... .................52n 5,-- 57, :r1
F. ,r~id inmp itartrda.T.................... R,
Er: rterd ,retoiiui. - ....-. ......... - ......i. 1, t--( l ivi
blrok o'n heed arnd on hlot-.ad thise ms.aU ...........uII i
TI e tCx ,rts this evening are exclusively for
(;re-at Bt ritain.
"-it: The reeip's since Stnrtraty ennhra-e
only 35 I hl!s. The .-ip ly is liiht, but thse deumand
.- sd td tr e trade. Salesa to day embraca
1 l,,ia., at quotations as follows:
ii. - -. , a ,I,. ?ar.....4. , a.
Gr .. .. . .tii .....4.. -. _
. . , 5l.,>. T. t,,welad 1 *- -
OIj Fctir... " - - l Whita 1r 175.
it a--tr--lhie receirt agine Baturday com
prt', - t bli. ard 5 -alf bti. Th, mtirke' Is
,:ur-t ith on.y a hulitd demand. l'ric-s, huo
ever. reerain unchangetl. bales to day were 'I
Ibl. at 77c. for rebolled. A cargo of 3i0 hhd:.
('nha s Id on pr:vate terms. The last sa'e rep-i
ted was at 57jr. 1 gallon.
Fuolc--The receipts mines 8aturday have been
very Iht4h and the grades of double extra and be
ow are scarce and in reugoest. Bolders are firm
., nheir views and in aometsitace have advaneid
sir asking rates. The market, however, was
:i, t and sales were coniel to 600 bble. as i1.
-ws: 21"0 bbls. superfine and 100 bbls. treble ex
ra ,n pnvate terms; 5u bbls. fine at $9 26; 1 ') su
erthre at $10 12j, and 100 treble extra at $13 25
Conlw--The supply on the landing is only mod
erate. The demand both for the trade and foi
shii ment connuus active and prices have ad
vancea fully 4o. 1 bushel since Saturday. Bales
to day are IS 2, macksl, of which 200, 500, 6d?.
2;00. and l.Jl stacks white at $1 00 1 bushel, 1201
enetls mixed from stlre at $1t 00 bumhel. 20)
paciks yeUow at $1 02jt., 360 sacks whi'e anr ye!
Iw at $1 06e.. and resales of s3 saks white at
$1 OAe.. ead '70 aoksa do. at $1 06e. 1 bushel.
.(l.-ri-There is a fair demand iand m iderate
scj ply, and prices role Irm at laturday's o ,ta
tion. Sae to-day 1935 sacks, uas follows: 4rr
and -2.5. In ueor J hand acka, at 7c.; 300 at 7-c.,
and 1 0 aOrd 300 ee-k at 80e. 1 bushel.
nl:aT--The market continues quiet and inactive.
It is jobbing at $1 70 1 100 Bs.
Bla-Thlere was a better inquiry noticeable to
day, but prices remain unchanged and frm. -ales
to day 740 bales, of which 730 cbolke Ohio rivsr
at 819 50, and 50 bales do. at 820 1 ton.
PoKs--The supply is ample for the demand,
whilh is linited to a retail trado. In a whoesJle
way the market Is dll and priees islose a down
ward tende ty. ele o ware csw eada to w
bble. mess on the 'iadhg at 2 69 0 bhl.
Bacon-Is in fik supply for the light demand.
Purchaes, aetipldlt'sti vty W lp, are cas
tious in operating. Operations for the day have
been confined to the retail trade. It I beld at
124@12}o. fr ahoulders, l6. fo.or elear rib
sies, and Ij ie . for clear sides.
Law w--Nothbig las transpired to-day aader this
heading. The market cont'nues quiet, and prices
are nachanged. We heard o no sales to-day.
fierces are held at 1Io. and kegs at 17c. At re
tail, dealers obtais k. more O Tb.
FiroInT-s-Ther l very little cotton offering
roastwise sad bat little toanag. We qunte: By
steam to IAvorpool IS-16(d. for cotton, 16. for
corn, 60s. tobaeco. Liverpool by sail, 1t-. d.
for eotton, 14@15d. for corn and - for tobacco.
To New York by steamer Ic. for cotton. 20@t~2l.
for corn, 90e. for four. New York by sl, jc. for
cotton, 20c. for corn, and t5c. for fluor. To Bos
ton by steam 1 c. for cotton, 20c. for corn and
!tic. for flour. Boston by dail, iko. for cotton. 18
C(20c. for corn, and 85c. for floor. To Bremen by
rsil 1 5-16c. gold for cotton and 50s. for tobacco.
ro Havre by sail 14-- for cotton. Glasgow by
rail li(d. for cotton.
Cm or JrrWmas. Wareh 10. tIM.
Arrived yesterday-423 Texas Beeves, and 89
('alves and Yearlings. Sold-362 Texas Beeves,
79 Calves and Yearlings. 41 Hogs, and 6 Mitch
('ows. Beek on sale-'28 Texas Beeves, 627
Ca!ves and Yearlings, 73 Hogs and 45 Mitch Cows.
se.ae sMK, mSi ea ar asa................-80 s8
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rxaint . d qati,, held .............. is iso
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hreey, pased· by he d ............ ...... s s ou
Miýc Oow. . M, 1apt. bed .. m ..... ....... -. u , -4100
rows .ows with sbvr ................... 4 - .10
Vieatni, I hea.............................14 ( Is t
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Itur AnteUgetl u.
oameas ups... so. Si Uamr 51 l,
aia.r Hoigsh . atro h 10. n55dL
The weather for the past two drys has been
very ickle. On Sunday it waaalternaceoloud and
sr at: net the c.ouds, however, had the beet of it.
Towards tight rain began to fail. bat it did not
lIut long enough to lay the durit. Yesterday
pened clear and very warm for the season, bight
clothing was in demand, and the leas' exertion
liable to bring (tn perspiration. At 9 'clock the
iercury indicated 75 degrees in the sbhade.
Busaess was rather active on the Ian ling yes
h1 rday. cau.ed by the numerous arrivals since our
Ia t hich were as follows:
W. B. Arthur, Capt. Duble, from St. Louis, with
an immense freight consisting in part ou 126n bales
Towboat J. W. Garrett, with 2 barges from Cin.
cintati, with a full trill.
GCv. Allen, CTapt. W. B. Iichard in, comrmand
er, from Vicksburg. with 3>4 b ides cotton and
from VickaLurg, with 619 bales cotton anb other
Ezra Porter, Capt. Lee, from Shreveport, with
a uli tnrh c, nristiug in part of 13,; bales oUtton.
I u:n b., Capt. Grace, ariced ronm Jefferason
wih an immense trip for a small boat--luno bales
J hM. -harp, from Lafourehe, with a light trip.
Fav,rite, from Talahatc:gie river with afill load.
It1. rvw'e, Capt. Gross, from Bayou Sara.
The Nhna teimmes, Capt. (;reathouse, from
L(o kport, with a fair trip fir the season.
Thre J. I. ferry, Ca:.t. Wheat, from Jackson.
port, arrived. loeking more like a mountain of
co:ton than a steamboat. she hid on board 2194
t ales of Ceott n.
Tae Olive Branch from Cairo with a fall load.
The Lizz:e Tate, Capt. Groves. from ihreve
port, with l21 bales of cottmn. 225 tierces beef
aid 149 head of cattle.
Tie Aloe, from lower coast, with 56 bbls. mo
lhe C. W. Forrest, from lower coast, with 10
Thu Canal street ferry has its new wharf in po
Fiti, n on this aide of toe river. It is the moot
subisrtial floating wharf we have ever seen.
Ii.e I resent leases of this ferry deserve credit
fitr tt lirenterprise and liberality. The new Wharf
is n0 feet tong and nearly 40 feet in width.
TLrough a typographical error we were made
to arnnutnce in our Sunday edition the Cov. Al
len for Louisville. We take advantage of this
oar earliest opportunity of oerroetiLg it, and
wnild state that her owners have no Intention
whaTevr of withdrawing her from the Bend
trade. S.he left as usual yesterday evening, and
will continne to leave until flrther titi '., regu
larly every Monday at 5 o'click r. It., far Green
vile a..l all Iitterniediate landings.
OLr f. ierd McVay. of the peerless R.bt. E. Lee,
has our thanks for tavors.
The oflfiers of the J. D. Perry report White
river felling, with no ,rupect of a rise. The
lerry had to charter a small boi, t, act as a
lighter aid accompany her as far Augusta. They
fourd scant f ur fet ui, t, Jackuopi.,rt. The
Perry leaves on tier rett.rn trip next Thursday,
t l, i 2 h iLt.t, at 5 e'. M.
We at'r i'ideb'ed to the fotlowing named parties
for tuhles of the annexed telegrarr.r:
" M1,, i,:, La , March 9.
" To W r. firls, 15 New Levee stie t:
" Full h.ad. Wll arrt ,e in time to leave Thurs
day evening for ('anide,.
IFRANK tO(itRE., Steam*r Emma No. .
"tRtVrPOrT, March 9.
"To A. Briltn., Ageat:
•Leave to-night with full load. Ri ver swell.
ing. C. W t'iiie.
"Opcn op at . steaenr Monaoon-"
.Tlte ramher of mendicant t.-ris, hac not
decreaotd cirice our last, and, tir cpy from our
e, tntriia reporter, the eto,,k on hand is
larrely in eyzess of the demra,."
Wec are indebted to the oiheiter of the Lula D.
for tie fdlonirg memorandum:
" teamer iulu I). left Jefferso,,n on the 2th of
F' trusy. II port, steamers E' a N... c" a.,.l (
trceer. Passed steanier Cuba Ni. 2 :at hi,n!
Bhayou, taklng on.cargo. b,et rhrevet, irt ,in th.
Id ;tit. In port for Jeflersuo. steatiierc Ii xe and
hicnker. TbIrty-four inches wa'er la the lakes.
hlver fell:Pg from Ihrevel,ort down."
l.he rehutir loter coast pack-t. A. i;. fr-twn.
hxs cLsti+id lher days of departure, a...t wit il ,
it er leave this port eviry loualay and Friday at
titrn, cl Inn erinig to-day.
Tie acc tints from Red and Ooachita rivers con.
'itue to lie et couragirg.
.A' ths I oint the river was recediig ye ter I my.
hbing ten feet thiee itches below the hgh
water mark of 1';2.
'he ,ikaakss packet, Last Chance, whilst o04
her way tp the rie: on Rta'orday evening, met
with a rather serious eC(.idter.t. She was driven
by the wind against a sailhng vessel moored at the
f ot of Watshigton strteet iand pretty ttaiy ia
Itredl. Her calin was badly stove. !m ke itack.
ki ,cked down. and ome littlo i iry done h-r
1.1. No rte Was iljn.i'd b. hi ,- ti-it. i:1
a.1 retrnie her trio cs sooni as inn ii. iei,*aary r -
t, r- ir il ,'n l lete l.
Ti- A. t. M. 8. S. Cotnpany's steamner Luni.
nary is saI laid up In ordinary at l-girs.
The reeP,,.rterd (ncinnati packet. VWestmmre
laird, s at it;e upper lartinc. A. thu, ~lue d ui.
Cot advertise in the CH~('E'.T., we arc !ii tilrl t
'ea Ie tI ,l ., - .1 ttie if hI r lhiar:tre. ,
will .i all pr, lability get off ui the course of hu
Iiatt e of freight cortitne low, and it is really
wondeflul how people can affrd to run steam
The Idahne is receiving, to leave this evening
The Lalu D. is up t, leave to.-day for Jefferson.
'Ihe n agntficent R. iE I.ee is on the berth to
leave as usual for Vickstburg.
TI.e Judge Fletcher was compelled to lay over,
but leaves poaltively at 5 o'cloclk this evening.
The departores since our last were as fellows:
lsfourche, for Bayou aara.
lberrille, for Bayou Sara.
l'trs Btmmes, for Lafourche.
GCv. Alien, Capt. W. B. Richardson, for Green
The Emma No. 2. from Arkadelphia, (first boat
of the eeason.) the Anme Wagley, from Washing
ti r ard Shark and barges, from tSt. Lois, are due
Froi the Louisville Courier March 7th:
" Tle river was rising more briskly yesterday,
with scant eight feet water in the canal in tue
erveritg by the mark. lIuring the preovi is twen
fcur bhounrs it had risen fonr inches at the head of
the falls, and one foot at Portlnnd. The werlher
was warm all day and cloudy, with light rains in
tl e na~rning and until noi-u. The thermomoeter
during the day ranged as high as 6') degrees. )On
the falls last evening there were six feet water in
the pas down the Indian chute and rising with
inrdications of a troady r:oe from all quarters, and
a good stauge of water for all navigsble plurposes.
At Pittsburg yesterday it was falling, and a coal
bh at tide is due. Our port list yesterday was
r-ther meager, with but few arrivals or de
I artures, and we can add, bhut very Ihttle bhuineus
ong. The Alaska, from New Orleans, is due to
tny. The Mollie Able was detained several days
at Islar d No. la, on her down trip. by the letting
down tf her shaft. She is one of the reconatruetel
tosatas. and 'tus no wonder be let down. We
i4oe boatmen will recollect that wmustlia is
not allowe4 is seesale. Tie. ( Seresoure
R.aand,La~gM fur Se w Orlans. ta t A eas
•ils at d(1 bt. ywete milni ,w e.0 she
had6a 10tsr'TreadS h 'i " anoo d
leSavs M J a o Bonds for New Orlesee."
The Csh oDea oat • "e fib e "y "
"The wweatIss Jem4k y and ba*
tering, threatenod raln. Bauie wvu lively at
the whaed, with the S mewsa reeelvg for New
Orleans, and the Tyrone for Nashville. The river
coatinese to rie stadily bat sewly here; it rm
16 nches the tweety fear boarsedind a . I.,
v eeterday. The M s ~s ipit i Is s eowlyat St.
Louis, with full 7 feet reported in the channel from
-t. Louis to Cairo, and rsing from Cairo to Mem
obis. A few days mote will make a samfclenoy of
wter to allow the Greae Itepeble to poeeed on
her way to St. Louis. he sl heavily laden and
drawing about seven fet. The Stonewall had a
,pleasid trip ester.'ay for New Orleans. The
George D. Palmer has been raised and brought
here, from the Arkansas river, for repairs. Shbe
went on the docks yesterday. Arrivedyeterday,
Joke Kttger and Luseville, fien New tHrteea
tonewll, from bt. Louis. Departed yesterday,
Rath and 8toaewall, for New Oretans."
The Mempbis Avalanche of the 8th says:
"Ther tee little beiase dolng on the wharf
yesterday, with but one boat In port-the Liberty
No. -receiving for White river. The levee was
entirely deserted byegro lotears, who generally
crowd the wharf to pick up a few dimea. Their
time was employed yester4g in playing roust
abouta for the carpetbag sosawags. The Belle
Lee passed up yesterday. bke made thb port in
two days and twenty-three hours. The Oontineu
tel will be up to-morrow. She is coming on one
wheel. :ha Richmond and Dayton left Louisville
for New Orleans Thursday evening with no freight
and few passengers. The Richmoud will leave
here Monday evening for New Orleans. The up
per rivers are rising everywhere. The swell goes
re idl at Pi a~výArIng. ynciý° tednSa T
Wabash are also rising. The Mississippi and
upper Misaisslppi are both rising. Indications
point to big rivers nto all directions. We have no
later news from the Arkansas than that pubulihed
in our last. The river at this point is swelling
slowly. We had rain yesterday, but the sun set
beautifully, giving ufromise of a dry oSuniy.
Arrivals: Cornehs and Belle Lee from New Or
lears. Departed: Cornelia for St. Louis and
Belle Lee for Lonleville."
From the Cincinnati Enquirer of March 7th:
" The weather yesterday was lowering, wee and
disagreeable. A light, drizzling rain fell continu
ously till late in the afterno en, rendering the
transaction of outdoor business anything but
pl scant. Mercury ranged at 50. Our dispatchee
report wet weather all along the Ohio yesterday,
and east of Pittsburg. The prospect is good for
a big river. The river here continues to swell at
a good rate. It rose 10 inches in the twenty four
hours up to last evening, with 23 teet in the chan
nel and 79 feet under the bridge. The receitas of
cotton here by river the present week have been
unnoually large. The Groesbeck left for New Or
teans with a good trip. She will fill out below.
The Alice hIean is the next steamer for New Or.
leans. ('altain Brown, of the Wtaginl Ferry Com
pany, is cut rn a card denying that there is any
gronp r thesuppeostion thatthe Mepham caught
dre from sparks from one of the ferry boats.'
From the i-t. Louis Republican, March 7th:
" A heavy storm of wind, accompanied with
rain, prevailed during Friday night, the gale con
tinuing yesterday. Towards evening a slow driz
zling rain set in, which continues at the present
writing. Business continues-to nue the simple
language of a ge-neral ir, ight agent-doll. Tie
rite continues, although at a slow rate, The Ice
in the Upper Missieaippi at Warsaw broke up
yesterday morning, and the river at that polot is
reported clear. The Mississippi. Capt. Wim.
Thompson, leaves at 9 A. x. to-morrow for New
Ihe river was falling on the 8th at Vicksburg.
the National, from ,hreveport, J. F. Pargoud,
from Trenton, and the Henry Ames, from gem.
phis, are due to-day.
We find the following in one of our exchanges:
" I'relimintary steps have been taken to ,u, ta
second bridge over the Ohio river, near Louis
ville. It is the design to make tracks ,ver this
proposed bridge for street care, for wagons and
carriage., and for foot passengers, three separate
tracks in all. It is designed to run street cars di
rect from New Albany to Louisville, thus uniting
the two cities."
The famens Wild Wsagner will be ready to re
oetre freight this morning, she leaves to-morrow
at 5 P. M.. as usual, for Natchez.
The reconstructed W. R. Arthur arrived at our
wharf Sunday morning. We are not sufficiently
posted in the art of beat building to give an
opinion on the present mode of recon':rn :ting
steamers; and even if we were, our prejudites
are so strong aghinst reconstruction, patically,
that we wold not attenmL; to expro s an opinion
on the subject.
Tle prospect for a fa:r business during the
present week is only totlrable.
F(,o I.owra CoaT.--The A. (. Brown, Capt.
Bassett, leaves as above at 12 o'clock m. to-day.
Mr. O. Canton is her ever attentive clerk.
Fos CAMDUt.--The unsurpassed passenger
packet Judge Flet-cher, Capt. Frank Keeling,
leaves for the above and all laudinazc on the
O):achita at 5 r'. w. to lay. ('apt. 11. L,. \'at;s will
be found in her office, which in itself is a
guarantee that all business intrusted to her will
be promptly attended to.
ImBBT. E. LEE FOR V ,ICCesITR -E.rpress Packet.
Shis unsurpassed passenger packet leaves as
above this day at 5 r. u. Mere words are totaly
inadequate to c, ovey an expression of the reas
elegance and comfoirts of this floating p lace.
The veteran John W. ('ainon. cornmands, an i in
the office, the smiling face of our old friend M,
Vay, can be ever seen ready, aye, and willin to,
attend to either shippers or passengers. More
than this would be worse than euperfluous -as the
reputation of this steamer, lke that of her illus
trious namesake is known near and far.
IrvrrEvDNT l'actr.T--or C-rm len.--lCapt. J.
W. Blaiks wilt back out at 5 o'clock :hd eveling
the favi rite steamrer I]aboc, for the ab te and all
intermediate landir gs. The oficte of this popalar
stearier is in clarge of those well known, clever
gentlemen. Messrs. C. A. Breard and W '. . M Irris.
Parties desirous of goinplg up Outei',t riv.r,
either on hniness or pleasure, will ind t!he Idah e
all tla! coul Fts.tlbi) be delire I.
ltEhL L. aTATE FL'R sA LE.
FOr BALE..........................P4 SALE.
IROBINbON & AI,~LSTON,
AttGlTS, NO. 24 COMMZICIALL PLAC.
A two-story Br.c Dweltltg on Carondleti near ltfayette
A ", strtr -rick Dwelling on Camp, between Delord and
SI -'ry Brck on Dryades, between Triton Walk snd
' i, ,.. Frme (ottntes tn Bnr~oni, bLtweCC Btr-. and
A Itt -tr r e - . Lto o5L tu:rp, wetwrs-ien Prytiai
t I bulhl.g al d ha' dsom Lot, on Polynan~ ,.sear Prylnnti
'lw wte'r F an Tlinte on (Chtpore. near ()rlne a'reet.
(t .rSes on Falta)ra ne;ween ILcte:tase tt Tl c rgtioil
I ,,+ ·ory Dwel it g ,n T itsl near nt Peto l street.
(fotakeoon aoan ,,ear hlmavllestreLk
Stttsap tn M I.r y Avenue.
(o(,te•n J, k=, n ctretk
( ttl, n len*a ee leL
Co.tge on UtCr, street.
(rortae n no deltt , set.
Ct-ttage on Ht Ar drew street
Two- tory, u nt (htr]ts Itreet.
(Cottare ,-rer oi ,onst~ne rind Fourtb streets.
I'on le two story Hiuse on PrytsJ t sresi
Cota`te on C -stnce ntreet.
Two doub'e ('o tage on oselphline street.
tt*age on corner Ilhitrd *udl Dryies streets.
I ettase -r Iestchn ist street
Ra s crnmr of Plequemsald Berlin s .nerh
i', ttae on ag'. nrt S. Char slre
Iwo-istsy Irlek hetse en Liar Atruean, St. Chre ]ai
iett5 in Oreneville.
('tqtan*. annd whole 5yuir o Oeatd In Oeeeitl.
Coetage In t arrohton.
I L(TS esrue oe Apollo sad Terpleb,,re. Etl by 1i tsit.
, I.tti on t 'rance tr. et, frntln Annunciation s a.re.
2 Li'lla on Wa, tlagoe betwe-n 'Ca ondeset and Hronn.
2 LOTS on Weastlorn. btwee oannce and lraunrel.
I LOTa on c'zndae:el neac oeryhtn
I ,ot eareer o it O'hfsr de Bieth streeta
2 Ltt r n st. 'harles. near Fighth.
C LOTT ce-rnr of .t (lales and ouher astreeat
S LOTs c't·re of St. CartSe as Antseas.
S 10T rermer Vience nd Pitt
C LotT en (canl ,twera krld and White.
$ LOtR sarnere o Perrsierad messatnlntpler.
8 L'1S on I retarin. sn.no Goa Talor tret.
7 LOr s-e (nse mse. ver e f tseeda
SQI 'RE boendei by Comae sreae sad Clack.
EQTARIE beon.dd iy f imaia, Msrs sit anu Bdtn.
.TI'ARE tmudsed by '8emescm-t ~Bancia sd Ihar
ctt'AAE bchnded by Camrrolnt asvenue. Jas sand
tbi~ 14 kbended by VJh~aeieCpper Line, Long and aL
SQUAAEL banAdel by Caurle litsouae, Laws- ILni sad
SQIARN bounded ty Carondeslt Gcra Taylor and Penia
TuAK be T1ic UewsSUwX,
LUIVBRSAL NEURALGIA PILL.
A L t. el sei n and w pee4D CWe
WTEUALLA AND ALL NErTOUi DI3nAuG
ITS PTECT All MAGIIOAu, i to the UtIailng
Reno" i bal mem of Nmuelgs Pacialls, efen Lsctag a
perfet eare In less thb a twenty or boars, from the me of no
maor the two W thr ee Pll
*e etlbeo am of MSeralgs or Mervoi Dis(mas has fae4
to ysd to this
WOEDERFUL EMEDIAL AGENT.
Evm I the svewest ea of Chronec Newalugs end Pm.
rat ervens dernagemet -ef many years sanadig-eerag
te aero sytem., its use for a few days, or aw weeks at
thie st at always Iffords the most asonishing relief, and
very rarely fails to prduce a complete and persnast ers.
It eastatae no drass or other materials to the slightest de.
free iojurlos, even to the mosat delicate system, sad ean
always be aeod wish
It hse tong est s u.ees.cnu.s y, .. a uerm r
MO6T EMINENT PHYSICIANW,
who give It their unsalaaes and unqualiBed approva.
eamt by mall on recel$t of price and postaga
O s pockagse $1 0. Postage, i cents
i·lx pckaes. $5 00. Postage. I cents.
Twelve packages, $9 00. Peatagi 48 emate
It Is cold by a'l wholeale and retail dealers i drug and
medicine. thrtunLout lte 'United States and by
TURNER A 00.. Sole Proprietorse
120 Trement treet, Beeton, Mane.
EVERDBODY ·TAKES IT
BRADY'S FAMILY BITTERS,
Dyspeptsa, Dsaentery, Coaslmptl.a. Co has,
AND CHOLERA MORBL'S,
And for the
LAver sad Eldneys It has No Eque0
It Is a sare Preventive agalost
CHILLS AVD FEBIR.
Fer all of hilch Complaints It will be found as Eenedes
Remedy. It is, therefore, not to he wondered at that
EVERYBODY TAKES IT.
To Traveler,. and all 'here who are likely to sufafer from
the effte tof carnr of water or dies, s I, t a ,f 11Ih meI
ci ewin rbe:ouund l irabl', ad De 'amloy bh-.,ld he witnoat
it, as it is as once a plea.at, sale, speedy and effectal
tldi by Druclgist and Dealer mgenerally.
Mefacrured nod aIld lat wholon'e by D. C. BRADT
CO, 4 PFourth street. Laisrllle, Ky.
ETHELL A THIOAR. General Agents,
Ite l'oydras street,
iew troeans. La.
EXT L ...............................JI.. I ..
Dr. ewe'sa M do e.f Wiam a Veemel.
By remeal of aemesphel prmsare leal and laternal ee
gne se mu a s ty releved, whsah restere heabh Is a
!arh elms of disear. It amns vlersl raleiltn of bleed
laoe at through a part eperaedt p mn a was f wIssh
souriseba, bleareasem and laresa, perami , small, week
rlras, by reseaing be equalibrulm of astare's bleed-hod bs
them; by which Is a edlteIe remedy r Pasrurlu d at
Shnreken L ort, Impotmey e Weak Soel Power, pers
torrase or Seminal Derangement; DImness fr.e Sell Abuse
PaiLful and !neo.tinen of trine, Iulbered Pre.trate.Obeid
a Gleet. Vateale, erIsal erme of Strei as te., whagh
ether mu _ ma we. - mabe hoe. been asd ene
as eMlede aei L
tdIeates Conelitttenal lyphll, fl DMasws, ameen
thematism and Meeary from the system, whisk medlofase
atone he to teanh; but aeed together b t ondeeal eare
Private Dtseasee Omerd Shpedit
bemedies prepared and fureshd btra bl Sed ias
sense and hreats, of ebaher sin.
Oml hoers fronm . . teM s. Osanattea hea
Trestesn malt Chargm medergas Sti senmademniL.
A. . BOWE, M D., 1I saeees he,.
Wear O msl. eow Oceea
FACTB I - Mears. N. eifer A Hollander e. SM
Pryerau street, Manufactarers of the RMalakea ttt er
reontueea-I liar. ostuillrd the potent that weaes
you by the U. tovoernment for manfl.cturlingthe Mela
Bittere. and found Is the Intr.llente employed a sompounW
well lcoalate to) excite and kee, in good order toe digeetive
,rgnsn. I have prescrbed aid Bitters ewerl time, aud In
Svery instance I had orsolo to acertaln ther be auetal
elect I remain, gntlemlen. e v rnpectlully, your meet
,,h"disntarrat. A. ER I.ER, M. D 15) Canal street
Sher examiued the pits, a h ld told for t smeteo e ot
MYrleofl Bitters, a ad tld nthlrog In the tinredienta thereol
colcoltred to act i wjJroasl pone the hma system, n~ o e.
take in t nordisate qgaatitI Isaaded It as rtttig ho to
cordial arenoatte bitter. .. A. SMITH, I. .
Your Maiakofft ttern, which t have examinell do net
eotrln uay ingreetuto Intljurou to health. ad me hee Nom
menuded to thLs who are i wanlt of a god tonie
Yours M. t'HUPPRY, M. D.
FO2 TR. PERIMANENT CUTR Or
Dr. Ferrlsve Patent Sellf-Adl ttla Sp
perter To ue.
It poesmu advuntare ove all others now a usa.. It bh
So 1prilg... tr us socrug all Injorion, preseare eo the back,
aend wltai Ht1l lNIA or sUPTURE
C'm be rermensnaly Owred.
Over one thuo.and peron* In nr lriena and vitcIanty s
tetafy to this fact. nrlrde, Dr. FLRKtIn ran xabil st his
oIthe certlleote from nur m.at Eminent Itnargeos re diog
i. enteriority. Alo 'rom sell 00now partis woo hare beu
-urrd bylt. For turiler lu'onoaton coli or addreeswt/th
astOip) D. T. hr. CL.t FREitlO8. Paeu'tee
Now Orleans, 1t.
Oie-fNo. I Bourbon street, one door from Ca·nt OOee
hoorr from C • n tn t o. s
ALU IIIU M .....LM I ........ALUMINIUM.
THE NEW ITUNTIION VICTORIOUSL
Dr. O rmo 1d irabLe. Deamleb
416............BT. CBHALES STREET...........I1
The Atmtntrnr art of TEfTH, tle *ren invention of the
are-to be haoocrmpi.nohl in Its oIt enlirurtnveol nrtti.l.,
at th - erioblismet. at the i.ove r.aml,l ereat NothinEg In
t:e wlrdi.. i to.eol t, It. It e 't'.r gild nor silver is
equal to Its ru 'o it or of no weight.
Co MS lrD TRY AND 33 SURIuIEED.
Let pregre bhare a fair cbance.
A latIenm, 410 and 41. St. Chales.
Ni F ICAL.......... ..........MEDIOR.
Ir. J. WHIT n as had the advautege and xperne
whieb large eitles, Worth and Soth. affonrd h a eoxtensrive
rsctel in all frnml. of dise more thean thirty years. his
exrperietlcre tables hfim tantently to permtre the rssdlm
dioatrd-eor either ans sd eli sos. and ooodtisous.
Private Dooes h snob - FEMALr alIlVITS. 01IWN
TAl WIAKBEOS. PYILP., IYPFILIS and (ONO.
EH EA, In the most aggravtd frmis, aoe epsallr cared and
uvery veatlge orf taInt and dIwsorder nredLktd from the entire
tysienM .the kin is roetored to Its ,ative beauty and the enMrs
orgallni to Its normal health.
PersoUu deringDrh. . htw'sl eAvrls a•d needles wll
al at the corner of 8. (hbarls and JulIa strn. an ther
aro several Dr Whrte in theotty
G SIAULY ( d ".'
SYRUP OF E.RBUGiIOUS FEMUVIAN SAIL
Obomti o H. A H. Prtm Na Peend rans k a g. P-ah
mThis caal ne wasabgra awe
It is paz oUllmu the Fg ' £BLGU OOU8 OrIS whis
hould be dalnistered to latdlmes of delense Oeatitult
Loe se n verd to attahIn the Ifabear-T, and
Ak L ca weak·s coaette endvto sl eeet m
edat Of i Pery ef od.el.
thddrwno denmrto e fl dese. tr l the Oeui-eat-r be
ean ty mupoas brs ae of the resherb, wd b L drue l the
ete, to ther err Isl wtbh u edltoehge rt
lut, auppiy of Ietlc Acid. shied all EngIUh ' Peath aed
sabr the amt a he ei eme nl e e
OPrl l a bthrn wT ad to the slte ash
Ved b im : epoel d o se. All t hsroesu
dacn seendert t he aetle of the A b 1 s
~ird lle)or r: GrEL CL ( ri4 a
xCorroN rA1nfl1, /rT.
a,= im ,om. i m m
&- - hA. 1
. M. ..e.e.. .
Lad .sera" W.inaems. p
irn m01F. a o -e., W. a *, U.)
M Sleoavem dwA pmmaes e ha
S eogne 8 5 mI d
W S. omsu~ a Ca.. The as.,
A cr. a5.. A a.l
An I 0ma sl:
(a Ae J. 8a,_ - TT-
besess st S mIaseI Jese a Oem.,
Os«m Pawing as.Pm bmem i mm Wekaad
a Cnredeiat sae Noew Ortles,
OTO I AACTOII APOO ENA .a1 W
a&mb leae 0. LS KINM a aO., etw Tea; F vm 1
a sRO, LiUvespeol
.. ll I. 9 ...IgiI OrtY.. S I YI
.1 Btnds s OD, EeIhigL)
iO W FACTORS FORWARDING AND OORIs
RRRNHAiTS, AND PURCOHAmING SIN3.
VAss. m m I saad is ll--a.
alwi . Al.m, eals Orsi IP. . . AeLeOII.
0nO FACTORS AND I100351aW iRSONAx Ti
Ide "3 OsretadekS sae.et
Me Orisans, L. L
HOTU GTIIORV O D OTIIUS-
A. S. UNTS AnD0-., W. U E3IING? AS .a
tiswm ,aewe anads feu.e ' c.mtwe
. rANHES w . W 1 .
(Lk 8. Bednm IOwr eidmie W addes UO S
ALKtea d ete" and eAernfr ibisc'h r
LI w rWAlasT.RihT NEWI OnleABt.
rT Mheads t. New Trrk and LiverpooL
(JAN35 3. 1EEv. New Orlvee; P. W. ISMINA1
1075 FACTOR AND COMMI SION OMIBEAYJ
].. M Ferdled S3tree1 ,
p e.r a r
t&e « RteyB k WINy n . RTCT.
Iue uscred Deale r to 7 'GN and D5035571
WgR.r LIQUO .ea d the reet rbrandskf SOTH
ALE and PORT , A eo Sole Agent for Eilbank's Dr.ughl
ALE, which received the highest premium a the less sat.
Fair in Januasry, llS, ims the best Ale made in the United
Fr.sh sinp1pptl O the Premium IXX Pa'e Ale, Inbarrels
and halfbarrel, received every week, by stermer fes New
A share e the public patrona e l respectfully solicited
0ls! end Conty ore will et with prmpt laton.
an0 Il 1 ( remarer stree
r IfS UIJIsE LAP LIQ UOBS.
WEIL & BROTBHER,
IMPORTERB AND GENERAL COMMIgSIOW
Merehate mand Dealers.
IMaiORTED AND DOMEIIC ENtS AND LTQTOR,
Respectflly inlform the publie that thsy bare removed
their store to
No. IMe avleO r Otreet,
Between Ceap and St. Charles streets, and here Just e
sived by late arrival froe Europe a complete steak n
PURE WINIS, LBANDY AND LIQUORS.
And that having made eeetreets with the bees disillrs t
the West, they will keelp enstaatly on heed the htkseeor
"oel or r .,
BOURBON AND TSY WHISIE.lr
Their Goods being cboice , every respect, they ask abse-
od the pubile patrnease, ean invite an Iaspeotlen from bayers
EIL A eO., e ' 110 Oraier street,
Bet een ( amp ead Be. Charles estre ,
so *m , MA.ISTAY i,
Ios,. aOPrITsL WINE. 01o0.5, 3.6., EL C..
Noire Deme etreet seroer omes ree
P. L CAIPPER,)
Weeaeasde Orseuee wd Comsma ,ste Mer
, POYDs A TREET. NEW ORLEANS.
C HAS . LEOSO- ,
Bes U PTDRA 3RBER EA, 3W 1
Sew Or e am d
. NMILLIEEN-E. I~ SBIDGI[A3
5. 1 (le see Sw Oriac.n
A r. DuNPEA. COQUMMlloW SDs a lu
-Ale., Deatee is
SOVISIASAUIYOAR AND ROIsASIRS
kes, 5.. lOu t. LewIs etresi
Sam Reaend P g. e eal N*iesees aluw ee heer
H. SRLLNZ * 5.
t WINEm. BRANDT, PRESERVED S CITA. GIGANI
Pa St febepiteules Swrest, New Ornease, Ieetelae
R. S RICEY end E. L SEIIAER with 5.lgbr A C
5. 6 00aB1w. 3. is. eoasao, 0. 3. SAII
ass U 003303 AND U oCANs. PraS.W
e P eESersee. Alesseed Dieasesse lllsel be
E. at g A ad ...
3 J la. EJLNaM d O UG.HON )
56.a AIsEN eSg W.S . Whe
,w'. dorm" ar sal ree
j.M w. B V.
SAr ss lem a madl tmoa i
.snsava as ai an m lW ST. T
- WWE0liWLR E , lIIW OI
Memb - a'wr se AP me 0TaRxOW
I3E m e m rBA.
3mmms a Wamd ppgrl bad..
gala, n1e1&eri. asaglpmme R-e, Inth
!rse.115 -To awn.
Saes llow, .ad C
he. * mS O NI* 33IT, NEWD 01134,
700 lorm atang Hso aee sms
maw oal3aAs, l. s
Isa& s.&T *S elm 0 0..
Ii um2 san in
Edeas. olel ar abopv
Oab of Jaoes, a
ZZ· W W, eall a eH, ,
5m.W e mam emW A
Ale. 1 Ie . a "m u.,.O
IS6 1. 3501, SoN. . £o00a5
11a a Smmnes g1a. OIWems.
k W e~r LaWrs se·
-· -a...-sa. LMM as was e
3 l el imw -TWs
Non. uWWI om . Now .A$ 0rmi
Pumi U lueesjmen Neis Pand trarg
a~tala k Worsan d dd
t .w. eas, .
11es se bshe nee su R
..a Ys. of re
D A ................. D S!
NEW YOB PING IMPORTATIONS, 1898.
Wea nlem ea w mag o Spring nlempl.ata
wst oy time revious 1l t heill
We ele b Ip Broadway. New York
GDB sad HoIlk Y, mr ArnIaed of which are es low
Seass sy time prool 'o tho Wer.
In addition t With their wels trtion to our toks
w scns.E, OIs, sad. IAAe rty. myt ed s a)f DO
JnUICS AJND PIU311. Full LhLe ead Low rdea.
551' II OID WH AD BLACr THREAD.
AklmtMd emm of 10 Dosm.
t heam bae tof wl dee.e,
Asseete" ssn of l0 domes
eIs lernIon Creoekne lteem,
Saepeseml hbheeks. ert mler by the peage m.,
JOHN A HOGH AUoHornOLOS,
Solo Aseae in New York hr
I. A P. SOATS.
of Pnleloy, ieosted.
r AT' Oras.............. 0........... WIATCHE
14A,** ito Watlese.
oreelema thlr O'IE-PUCE PLANiMing eppp
?stree e HAWIBDOME ead Rh.LIAILr WnC,,
Wriahos hogard to lain,.
Al ma4 to be PAID F0O Uai--- Perfectly Ss~hftory.
IrzM Qet old 1 Wteh b........ .. Au to $1,
3 oIM l Ueld ,we ............ io W e
Ubtdlr iuuttos-nls-sre o .......... 1U 8
ctU e nHgn morie We..... 1to
SW O* gmML oo ........ ... .Dle 110
I O Gold Hthg pi ee........... st 75
i.000 MJeell s lver Weach.......... U 11
very petro h le a Watch by this arrangtm~t meting
hct i wbhle it me) he worth $1.5 i No prtiality shown.
We wch to'mm .dtloly Mis ,n ,,r th abo.,ve nuiflidnt
Stock Certcica·caseo ais the artoelea are rare1 I cn s*si
rvelope ad woeU mled Holnsti er I lod to ct.e or' .o
sanird on their nrtilel u t pyc or Ten rlcaro
rtr in at ey r eMlar esttlee yeo tthe rtricle
netd thren o o yfeot irrnsre Ot |ta rio b. rt d
It wPI es coos h een that thu lo 'W LOTWIT ,T. bot a
dlrtghbtord oogttinei trnmn.lon which may be ymetlipaid
A single osetlor te will he semt by mdm pol. p ald upopan r.
esipsfl 5 e sfuta, Iwo fo Cl. oese Ifr $d, shirt ythree sad
elegant Ipremium ta 5 ststJ ed mwore alcanhle remeum
TTen. WAIGUT. 334) A CO., lmperaor
e s x x a I.11 I o al as i 0 a n Ia c A r x
10 Br W11 d.Newob.
S.131 WPAei e-.
aumes mem/ sea
a1N3Ml3 eV -Gme Bs aedIr , .WW rio0
--d s ~med W i ote semdos lm
O3m.sewa 0stPATNE loW O115Olw
assems eum Is iomas mar Peighi ml O·minh
Cemmim n emsmens Soe, prFITS em'm.
onemmsbnsem mmnmemnhe UaS wo AND A RW
-D A A
e age a hal eae
Pesbee 50.176. Now Tes