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The sale of the ashvlle Waterst Works, adver". H
tised by the IUsed i p marshal, did not to 1
on the 23d alt. The executions in the marshal's led
bands amounted b apseed of 80,.000. The au- the
thorities paid 844,000, sad the creditors gave as am
extension of time on the remainder. cel
The locomotive attached to a freight trai and
which left Loohsvlle On the 25th for Nashville. poe
exploded her boiler a quarter of a mile below bee
Memphis J.ouatioa killiog the engineer, the fire do
man, wood passer and two brakesmen. Biz to
freight we, heavily laden, were completely tlis
wrecked. its a
Nsw Tea, Oct. 28.-Horeoe Greeley has been that
nominated for register as the Republican osadl. cen
date, is the piace of Geo. 8igel, dealined. Mr. prel
Greeley seeelety amosse the nomination for ver,
Coagrem In the ft district. Jamese M. cCarle dici
ib th Demor at sadidaste.
0. . . Dumost, vias preident of the Union F
Pacific Railway, telegraphs from the Black Ford, ebe
ea Grees river, as follows: "even miles and Str
1]40 feet of track were laid to-day. The twelve cres
bridges in the next ten miles will be finished to- mod
memow. A large force Is working day and in at
A sers o extensive fraud on the part of the amo
carmenoe New York, which have been In pre- (;Go
arese for the past two yesa, have come to IgIht. £20(
'Tre mndw operandi has been to obtain eart of and
goods er transportation to other parts of the 1461
cosutry, blely to the Bouth. and take them to
fence ihope, whe they were opened, sad the l
contests replaced by something of small value, 1444
alftser $Jic they we token to the transportation era'
lnes. and receipts obtlaed for the boxes as I 100,(
they w re original packages. Three men named cial
Michael Teen, and John and Aegustcs MoKee now
have bn arrested, and one of them confeed to do.
avingibeen concerned ln robberies amounting to comi
Comiedore Matthew F. Maury delivered an ad. any
dress on the 28th before the Valley Agricultural logs
Fair tou an immense audience. He warmly urged non
the Immediate establishment of a line of steamers little
between Norfolk sand Holland, in order that the by b
South might reap the advantage of direct trade amok
and emigration, which would spring up by ths and
connection. Tea thousand people visited the cent
grounds. When Gen. Lee made his appearance coon
at the fair he was eathulasticaly cheered. cour
The consolidation of the American Express con
company and the Merchants' Union Express. bent
under the nme of the Amerloan Merchants' sight
Union Express company, has at length been ac- (
complished. The general terms are Tally agreed notes
upos, sad the direotors met a few days ago to bond
perfet the details. It is understood that an and 1
agreement is made upon terms of perfect equall. tinue
ty-818,000,000 of stock of the new company is braci
to be issued-89,000,000 to the stockholders of the disc
American, and $9,060,000 to the stockholders of dolls
the Merchants' Union. The officers agreed upon Sr
are president, W. G. Fargo; general superintend Weal
eat, J. C. Pargo. and assistant superintendent, follo
C. T. Higglns. This arrangement Is not expected route
In any way to disturb the relations the two comrn e
panics bold to the other express companies with 134
which they are now to virtual partnership and
A wpaltby man a Berkshire, Mass., got drunk Core
the other day and shamefully abused his wife. 56c0
The alght so exasperated their son that be broke Expc
a chair over his father's head, causing the blood band
to flow' freely, but doing no serious injury. C5OGý
In HBdley. Mass., there is a lady seventynine 133j.
years old who has never taken a ride in a stage mark
coach,. car, steamboat, or any other species of Mobil
public conveyance. Lii
The tollowu bis the latest sensation nonsense dull,
from Poris: "Every year, on the same day and bales
at the bme hour, a lady comes to the Freres-Pro. Uplea
veecesux on foot, and selects room No. 4 to be highe
servedlwirh dinner. She is in second youth, and Ilid
bands ne still. Knowing her habits, the proprl- i te
etor setaes the dinner she is accustomed to order. bern
The gaibon having deposited the plats, ete.. with.
drawsl-the lady they bolts the door, remaining
for tw6 hours thus enclosed. On leaving, she de
posit ,on a plate a plendid black pearl In pay.
ment for a dinner hardly ever touched. She
carriet her secret thus for the last twelve
Natirsl history furniture, as It is called, is be- a ver,
eomien fashionable. A chair is described as fol. foote<
lows: It is covered with the skin of a R3yal Ben. this et
gal tiger, aso put on as to give the idea that the nopn
erce mouarch of the jungle has posseeslon of it. prove
The chatr, as seen from the back side, presented the o
a peculiarly savage aspect, the head and fore downi
paws of the asimal reaching over te back of it, mornia
while the tall curled up from the bottom. the f4
There is another new industry in San Francisco. prices
A party there is making Ransome'e concrete stone vance
of any slse and shape, to order, ornamented ac- trifliul
cording to the tate of the architect. It is com- lately
posed of send and a solution of sodas. and the seven
blockswhen put In the building are joined by ce- first ii
ment. It is moulded Into any form. ai beasts or partic
birds of any kind can be embOssed upon it in the Frenc
mktang.--seecramento Bee. ruling
The Mew Maidle sastes. 3J@
The Atlantic Almanac, for 1869, contains an ar- mdd
ticle on thai part of our republic drained by the
Missimeippl, which, on many accounts, is worthy I o
of attention, as connected with the future pros- Bacesl
pects ol lncrese and wealth of the whole country.
Not v-y long after the settlement of Boston, per pot
sons employed to explore the country and lay out t
the publio roads reported that they had done so,
as far is they believed ever would be necessary, e
which was about seven miles west of the colleges Exp
at Cambridge. This to them was the beginnng of 579
the great West. Bettlements afterwards nade ln Brr
the valley of the Coonnectict removed the lihit a Stop
little farther. The Indian wars and the Revolution crop c
carried it to the Ohio, in our latitude, and to the yet toI
Mohawk further north; then it soon advanced to rates b
the Mlatissippl, and still further away beyond the ceipts
Misourit; and the Mexican war, and the discovery prices,
of goldin CslifOrnia removed the boundary of our l.;
Great West to the Pacific Ocean. The States in choice
the valleys watered by the Miiesippi and its tr.i l
botariei msy, therefore, now be justly termed our et
"' Middle tates." @lc.
The Atlantio abouard of the United 8tate ex- ave at
tends about 3,500 miles, and the MissIdsppi and it the offe
tributeres opean op a Iniland navigation of :;0,000) to rrn
miles, upon the bosom of which is now floating anso readily
amount of commerce three times ua great In value of too 1
us the whole foreign commerce of the country. In rnrnts,
former limes the trade with foreign ports was ent w
looked upon as our most important linterelt. It is tions to
now dwarfed by the transportation ad handling vir:
of domestic produce for domest·lc markets. prime
In 1Ro the entire product of the United States InCub
was U1.,00,000,000. Its exports were le*s than centinu
onefifth of this amount, leaving four fifths to be .bbing
exchsecrd betweeln the States. quat,
It hes been sid that at the present time not FLoc
more han one-fifteenth of the busines of hew if any I
York city is baed upon forelan commerce. confine
The Missieippt drains 1.7t.3,000 onare miles, irregula
which ir more tha half the number of equare conditic
miles it) the whole United States. and the surface quotatk
cntaini 7(;8,(oo00,000 of acres of the finest land in to-dsv
lte world. It has space for one hundred and fifty supertin
States the cize of Massachusetts, and. were its lots. at
Jopulaiion In the same proportion, it would con. 7 124:
lain mire than five times the present population Ira, upe
of the whole 'nited States. At this time not 13 30.
more than one acre in five is under cultivation, brand, 1
and the vast resources of coal and minerale have 81. Loui
hardly begun to te fairly developed. The four- single e
teen State. which comprise this region c'l:em low tre
(though this is without reason,. that they pay $' k;rr
more thsan one-half the taxes, and that they work Coas
more than ball the improved land. and have a ferior,
miStority of the population of the United States. small.
The vilCue of the auenal ommeee of the Miseis- ll Cr
sippi 1* estimated at 82,000.000 000, ane the agri- :0 and J
culrtl burea, bealng Its calculaties upon puast white,
recblta. estimates that in the year I'to0 the cereal at 112
rodc tis of the West wtill amount to more than OAi
t,tlj.0O0,000 bushels. demand
The vaiue of crops. as well as the productions I bahe
vf the mines and the forest, depend mainly on Bar
tacilittes for transportation, either natoral or arti. sacks fr
Ecial. The Mishsisippi is .but one of the outlets very litt
of thelvt region through which it passes. The B
great lakes oHe a wides belt of this country, and 830 60 )
canals and railroads bring every farm within easy im.
distance of natural naigtlon. The esimated Poze
Soet of ecoveying a ton dmerchandise a mile on for mea
the ocan is from half a cnt to one and a half 833. U
cents; on the lakes two cents, oan the triver two fgres.
end th-ee-fourth centrs, on the canals two o five Baou
cte, and sa the railroads thre celnts to thirteen which i
and half cents Of the amount of Jras re- rmer.
*.ve* at Chicago, smveaty-Iv per eel omes l4)o., 14
by ralway, bot from thlcity oly tea peI cent. is shoulder
as East by rairad,r whie ninty e ceat. is earaid
sas.by te t The , erchsnits cere alg c.
-adea4 smers of the East have an ln0rst In re os.
duci the coset of transportation to the lowest LAs>
possl poit, and this can most easily teffected bo are
by im rodig th wate rcoma ko . Cheap in a re
trnportation is a vital necomity to or whole - ,b.
coauntry, sad If It L sered the learw of the kassl
vast sod fertle regioas evlen further West, will port
be des eloped s surely asu time aendurs, sd more annot
n-ra w"i tnte we Ba t iraent nmra. .
gst1, / s erkrans pean glTarh t.
Thbere o habge teo gleuthe movement
the messy market. old opeoed in Now York
1, 188 this meeg as eg al am 134, the eldeig
s rate nt evealsg; at 1i I. It teood 1331, aed t 3
F. I. It elsed s 1331. The mtevemi in this ma
bet has bees quite bheavy, ad ratedeeoled in so
SAse. cordeae with the faling off arst New York. Opera
.m rrc.c tioun embrace the eanexed amounat, viz: $3000.
er ocaier 130.000, sad 840.000 st 1344; 814 000, 830,000.
123.000, and 860,000 at 1341; 84000. 85000. sad
680,000 at 1341; 81660, $800, sad $10,000 at 1341.
cs oad 30060 eyer'se option. seen days. at 1341.
Nothlg reprted I Silver, and we new aote gold
e t 184en4. has e 1 a silver ol 1324t1334, and
not to k* Tar Camcan Crrr Balx--We acknow
iarshal's ledge the reu of a pol invitation from
The an the peeldset sf the Creecent City Beak to ex
gave as ameas the Inpuovemeots and arreagltemets re
cently eleted s the building, owner of Union
hIt trai and greldete sheete, to which the Senete, de
cshville, posit. sad perapbhnal of thatetitution have
Is below been traneferred during the put week, and the
the fr- do,.r of which her beea throws lnvitingly open
o. six to the public to-day. The IoelMen seleoted for
npletely tiie bank evincee enad jndgmet on the part of
its directory. The internal mranemeate are all
a been that the most fastidious could deeire. and the ofil
Scanadi cers are polite, attentive and com toent. With Its
. Mr. present increased capital and der its new and
on for very popular regime it is hardly necessary to pre
aes dict that the old Credeent will soon rival some of
its more pletherl eompetitors.
Union FoRiro ExCHAtGwx--Owtng to augmented par
t Ford, ebesesf CofC es fer foreiga acconat. oeringe of
ile and Sterling and Franoc have disclosed a beavy in
twelve crseae to-day, while the demand bhas exhibited a
hed to- moderate improvement, and rates have declined
ay and in accordance with the reduction in Gold. The
total operations today embraced the annexed
tof the amounts, viz: £1000 bank Sterling at 1091 for
in pre- Gold; £3000 do. at 1461 for currency: £1000 and
o light. £2000 Al eommereial do. at 1464; £2000, £3000
oars of and £12,000 private bankers' do. at 146®
of the 4; £500 Al commercial do. at 146; £2000.
ke to sad £13,000 do. at 1454; £1400 do. at
lad the l ; £1000 sad £400 do. at 14; £1000 do. at
value, 1441; 6t00f., 25,0001. sad 150,000f. privatel bank
rrtation era' Francs at 3.881: 50.0001., 50,0001., 50,000f.,
a as if 100,000f.,100,000., 100,0001. od 200.0001. commer
named cil do. at 3.50, and 100.0001. do. st 3.911. We
McKee now quote bank Sterling 146@146i; commercial
asd to do. 1443@1461; bank Frtac firstname.lastname@example.org. and
sting o commercial do. email@example.com.
DouaeTIic xcaaes--We have no alteration of
as ad- any kind to refer to under this heading. Offer.
ultural logs of commercial sight sad short night disalose
urged no material increase, and the demand exhibits but
samers little if say Improvement. Total purcbases to-day
tat the by banks and bankers comprised the following
trade amounts, vi : $15 000, $30,000, $36 000, $40,000
Sthi and $60,000 New York commercial sight at
4 the cent. discount; $15 000 do. at 5-16 'W cent. dis
arance count; $86000 and $15,000 do. at 7.16 W cent. din
count, and $15,000 five days' do. at 1 11 cent. die
rpress count. We still quote 4@i M cent. diacount at
press. bonk and 4t 4 cent. discount out of doors for
hants' sight checis o Northern cities.
ten ac- Uscntnr T Noris AND Sacrarrrm - City
agreed notes and bonds are dull and unsettled. Levee
ago to bonds, 8tate notes and warrants are neglected,
hat an and the movement in all classes of Stocks con
squall. tinues wholly suspended. Operations to-day em
any is brace a mall amount of City notes at 42 l cent.
of the discount and $6000 Levee bonds, new, at 654c. 1
ders of dollar.
uIpon SracrAL DxlsPlcnas.-We are indebted to the
intend Western Union Telegraph Line for copies of the
ndent, following private dispatches received from that
pected route today, via:
com N'ew York, Oct. 31-10 A. w.-Gold ouened at
e with 134 10:30 A. u.-Gold 133'. Cottop market quiet
and ateady. Sterling 10901@10;. 11:45 A. u.
drank Cotton quiet but steady. Receipts of the week
a wife. 5C00 net, 22.235 grosa. ales of the week 25.000.
broke Exports since lst September 28,!160. Stock on
blood hband ,18.00. Receipts at all United States ports
t(5,Ot0. Sterling steady. 3 P. x.- Gold closed
:ynine 1334. Cotton firm-holders asking higher rates:
stage market more active nominally; middling 25o.;
Mcie of Mobile 26c.; Orleans 264c. Sterling steady.
Litrpool, Oct. 31-11:15 A. x.-Cotton market
iseuce dull, tendency downward. Estimated sales 18,000
ty and bales, including 6000 sold after market yesterday.
s-Pro- Uplands lid., Orleans 114d. 3 r. x.-Cotton
to be higher. Bales to-day 10 000 bates. Uplands 110
t, and lld.; Orlean 114@Il lid.; uplands afloat 1044.
roprl- bte tone of the market this morning should have
order, bern reported tending up.
with. I _
ide' ot0mmtercial ýnttdlientn .
bShe aascs Or trrca. n.o It Car ,ar.t
welve 5sardq wreant, Oct. si, 0e1t
CrroTTON-The week and the month close upon
bs be. a very buoyant market. The total sale to-day
fa fol. frotd up 7500 bales, and the ruling quotations
I Ben- this evening exhibit a net advance of t@.tc. l lb.
st the ouen all classifications of the staple. the Im
of it. provement in this market, however, is not due to
ented the cable telegrams whbich falsely announced a
I fore downward tendency of prices at Liverpool this
of it, morning, while late in the day they contradicted
the frst report, and Informed the public that
cisco. prices,instead of declining, had materially ad
stone vanced on the other side of the Atlantic. Such
ed ac- trifling, to uee the mildest term, Is becoming abso.
com- lately insuoerable. It has been observed that
ad the several English buyers operated '.o-day for the
y ce. first time this season, and transactions were also
ats or participated In by New York, New England,
in the French. Spanish and German porchasers. The c
ruling figures this evening were 224k224c. for
good ordinary, 23@234c. for low middling, i
231@-c. for middling, and 234@-c. for strict
an r- COTTON SrATMlNrT.
y the stk on eand b . ptembw 1. It ..................... ..
orthy R et aec saws y'era - .......... 2.5.7t
pros- Iscived prevt ll ........ .............11 105 149,6.1
er port sIlace yesterday................. 12 I 7
j out ie Il·tets....................... Ut8 0 97.81
S,8tock a hand ad ea pteaurd................... 51.964 (
ar Experts to-day were divided as follows, viz: a
S 5759 to Liverpool, 3406 to New York, 3002 to
-e in Brvre and 14 to Baltimore.
amt a BrSon AND MoLA.ses.-Receipta of the new C
ation crop continue to be light, sad the ofering are
o the et too small to give any scope to buyers, while r
d to rates have sbown very little inoctuatio, and re
Sthe ceipts are readily disposed of at full previousn
very prices, whicbh we outin to quote. via: Common a
four ll.; good common to fair, 111130.; prime to
sin hoice 134lJl5c.; and yellow olarified 15t31540.
Stri- 1. Tbere is ahir demand inajobbinog way rtor
I our bettor grade of C ba and prices i rm at 13)
@13c. for good groeery. Though recot recelpts
a ex- have somewhat inresed the asupply of the latter,
d it the oVfering ttock is still light. Molaae otstlnuee
,ooo to arnve in small qosntitles, and receipts are
gso readily dispoed of; but tranaotions me generally w
alue of too limited a character to Indlaeste fature amove.
r. I nments., when large upplie and a general eort. Ii
was, ment will have commenced to be recesived. Opera- to
It i, tions to-day were in range of the following figures, t
ng viz: Common 60U@62c.; centrtiugal 65@75c.;
prime 0@GDc., and choice l$fi1 05 4' gallon.
tec in 'uba molassee there is little dolag, the market i
th ,n continues quiet with very little Inquiry beyond i
,be .;bbing lts at 40Od0c. gallon, according to
not FLocna-OperatIons today dicloed very little, C
New if any improvement int this market. Bsine wu
confinled to a few Jobbing Iota for city trade at
Ile, irregular prices, and, in the preeent unsetied m
are condition of the market, we ad It diteul to give
ace quotations for any otherb than small lots. Sale. ret
di in to-day embrace b00 boarrels; of which, 100 were re
Ifty superfilne, itr landing, at 86 73; l0do. it three
hits ltt at Int 17: 30 do. at 87; 100 double extra at
:on- 7 12 : 160 on it merits, t $7 50; 00 double ex fr
tion tra. upon private terma and 50 bbla. choice at w
not 813 50. (The last lot was of tbhe "Lone Star" le
ion, brand, which received premium for beet flour at i
ave t. loui fair.) We now quote suaperfine 8 73, En
our- single extra 4 -76Q7. double extra $7 12@ 7 2.;. ha
rm low treble 7~7374@? 75, medium to cholice treble a
pay ,,-' 9 50. and choice extra 810@12 4P bbl.
ork Co--Recelpts continue to be leht and in- o
re a ferior, and oferings to-day, on landing, were Er
tea. Fmnall. There were sales of 700 lacks: of which sn
isi- i' wcere green Weetern, at 75c.: 100 do. at 80c.: o
ri- :.0 and 5 now Western at 95c.; 100 choice old w
plast white, from strre, at 8 10, and 200 do. from do., Er
eal at $1 12 bushel. Ms
han OAs-Very little cn lasndinr, and in only light t
demad ; 160, 300 sa4 600 sacks were sold at ilc. at
on I bauhel. Mo
on BaAn-There were sales today of 100 and 30t Be
arti- sacks from landing at $1 20 a 100 tt. There o w
let very little left on lerve.
the - BAv--We note male of .3O bale St. Loouls at
and 80 60 to. The tock ia very light and market an
my firm. the
ed Poa-Quiet but firm at previous rates, viz: fee
on for mesn, rooaund lots, 32 60. retail Iota. .,'2 7,;@ rat
aslf 33. We note sales of 0 and 60 bbl at first
two figure. Ec
lye BAco--In consequence of a vary ight stock, y.
e whichi is n few handa, the market is a shade
re- firmer. We note sleu of 5 caeks shoulder at Ton
ea l14jo., 10 casks oler ddlee at I8le., and quote Orl
.s shoulders at 14e.: clear ribbed aides 17c., and Rig
. clear ldee leo. In a retail way, dealer. are ek- L
r log *c. lb more, all rouaad, tha abve quota- Fr.
set Lia--e in very little easad, and trauea
led boe are confined to retail lots. We quote prime d
ap in a retail way at 1I'j@20c., nd Ia kLeg 21p@22c.
tIhe f~laors-The amount of foreign tonsage
ill In port huas increamed, ald the demnd s
>re cannot be rarded a belt au moder. Mac
ale, Bates alse ar rlreff 4 Ite il qu
dm fpa otim .a rel
Stmag - pee etºe.r ee tie t eý
Mi, bad ampbo an tro t tl wse
Yor do1ue bern reeutiy paildsed e
acted to the repective places ilcloded. vi:
I Cttea stem Liverpool . - bI A
9 16d; £2 10s. V hhd. for tobacco;: s.
h bbL for flor and 9Sil0jd. V buahel
for corn. CoaeM by el to malr., 14e.
b., anomal. ot So D remes, 1t. 4 t .
. Co0tes by team 'to New Yor, le. l b8. to
S beco $10 8 hhd.; flour 85e. V bbl.; oor0
34 2021c. V bushel. Cottoe by steam to Boston,
134 l.; flour L bbl.; cor 20c. bushel. Cotten
god by steam to Philadelphbia, lo. lb.; flour $1 bl.
and Cotton by stem to Hamburg l d. Through rates
to Bamberg, via New Yorlk,jc.
now- New ORLEANS Cornes STagrMoNT.-The sub.
from joined repeat of the movement in this city for the
Ox. past week in taken from Mesrs. Small A & .'s o-.
a re. cular:
alon Imports of Rio coffee, from July let, 1868, to the
, de- 21st instant, 15.451 bags. Arrived this week
have October 23d, steamship Saxouas, from Havre,
the coffee to A. Lamotte. 260 bags; stock on haad
open from last season's importation, 3059 bags; total,
for 18,770 bags. Taken for consumption from this
t of season's importation, 15.627 bags; stock on the
all l2th day of October, 1868.3243 bags. Sales of the
ot- week, 949 bags. Markets-Prime 16i@t6ic., gold
hits duty paid; good 15@15Jo., gold duty paid; fair
and 14@ c., gold duty paid ; ordlaryto fair ---,
pre, gold utly paid, Stock this day in first hands,
of 3243 bargs.
The market closes very firm at our gqotations.
pur. The greater portion of the cargo per Cornelia
aof Abranla, has been mold on private terms, to ar.
id a WmarLY QTovATIoNs or HIDos. eC.-The follow.
ned Ing report of the market is from the circular of
The Messrs. ay & Mehle :
led 8teer hides, city slaughter, over 865 e., tlb.
for Pjc.; steer hides, city elaughter. 70 to 84 lbs.,
and .. 9c40.; steer hides, city slaughter, under 70 bs*4
000 lb.,l0c.: cow hides, city slaughter, as they ruro
80® 100. ; lb.: kips, city silaghter, 20 to 246 BP.,
)00. 1Jc. % lb.; kipe city slaughter, 25 to 30 Ies.,
at 120.; calf skins itydaghter, each St 25; country
Sst hide., flnt, 20 to 26.. 18019c. H b.; oonstry
k, hides, flint, damaged, half pnrce; beeswax, prime
Of.. yellow, 300. Z lb.; ox horns, each, 80.; tallow,
D- 10(12c. ; lb.
We We have to report an animated demand for all
ciol green salted stock averaging under 60 lbs. Heavy
and weights are somewhat neglected. The receipts
of dry are light, and prime lots of flint are taken
of up readily at eur outside figures.
but Castle Mltes.
day cTrr or JreFrsEON, November 1. lIlt.
'000 Arrived yesterday-935 Texas Beeves and 40
'alves anad Yearlings. Sold-345 Texas Beeves,
din 53 Calves and Yearlings, 62 Hogs and 3
dis- 3 Milch Cows. Stock on sale-805 Texas Beeves,
di- 401, Calves and Yearlings, 506 Hogs, 306 Sheep,
at 29 Milch Cows. We quote:
for Te v see ss redtell s ......... ......
Tease ees, line Orracy . . . . .t Ot .ran
8ity rae" Oeu4, qsaltty, be".......1. aS m It
Lae te: rdtt y alghd ..te r................ -- 2 f
vie Tesure peios. ha s beensy hereao.. v. . e 12
min- theiryp .ceendtsu.antil her d:::::h: 04otery
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at lirder ntetigenre.
CazscTac Ornc wo ims 4or oAWp iv n
Mek anday Morning, Nv. 1. 1860.I
0. Late Friday night the rain clouds, which for
On e tirs previous had been gathering overhead,
trte burst furiously upon us, and continued to pour out
led their contents until after daylight yesterday.
ad; About 7 a. M. a strong north wind sprung r nd
o.; denly up dapersing the clouds, thereby giving
Helios achance to show himself. At this writing
tit the wind is still blowing strong from the north,
)0 promising clear cool weather to day.
By. Business upon the landing was very good yes
on terday, and a majority of the departure had good
l The Ouachita packet Idahoe laid over.
i The regular Bed river packet Irene, commanded
by Capt. James M. Tucker, who is In our op,ton
one of the most ceurteous gentlemen that ever
trod the hurricane roof of a steamboat, was usa
voidbly prevented from leaving last evening as
advertised, learnve at 5 r. . to morrow for Jeffer
s'on, Shreveport. Hurricane and Carolina blufla,
t;rand Ecore. Alexandria and all way landings on
n ed river. Capt. Ferd V. Celo., one of the most
py popular clerks that ever went up Red river, oon
S trole her office, which fact is a sore guarantee to
. shippers that their freight will be attended to
Scarefully ; and bet steward, John Sawyer, is a
to gentleman who thoroughly understands not only
a how to keep a hotel, but how to provide good
Ts fare for hin guests. Shppers may rdy upon the
ld Irene leavingas advertised.
da The Grey Eagle. Capt. V. B. B .ranco, leaves at
d- 9 A. A to-day for Bayou Sart.
,h The Virginia, Capt. W. R. Holoroft, leaves at 5
SP. . to-morrow. Nov. 2d, for Loueiville. Our old
t riend Charley Schutz will be found in her office.
The A. G. Brown, Capt. M. N. Radovich, with
'0 Capt. W. S. Bassett and Oliver Canton, Jr., in her
d, ffice, leaves at 10 a. M. to-day for the lower
or Mr. Chbu. Drown, of the "old reliable Kouns's
t line packet" Era No. 9, has our thanks for a file
t of late papers.
The following named steamers arrived yeater.
day: Wild Wagoner, Capt. W. B. Richardson,
m from atohes, with 649 bales ootton ; Era No. 9,
Capt. Konue, from Shreveport. with 1032 bales
cotton; Irene, Cpt. Jas. Tucker, from Shreve
port, wIth 375 bales cotton, 201 head cattle, 200
hdes and undriers; Van Buren, Capt. Berry, from
Little Rock, writh 524 blen eottoan; Thes. porwell,
( apt. Dinvant, from'Donaldsoville, with 10 hhds.
sugar, 43 bbls. molse e and sundries; Hetty Gil
Smore, Capt. King, from Thibodaonx. writh 9 bsle.
cotton, 15 hhdsr. sugar, 71 bbls. molaues, etc.;
SCaroline, Capt. Berano, from BRayo ~ra.
The Lin D., Capt. J. H. Grace, will be found
' ready to receive freight Monday morning for Je
f lerrsn, Shreveport and intermediarte ldioge.
She leaves positively on Wedneeday, 4th Lnstanot,
p The P. W. Strader and Olive Branch. hence,. r
rivrd at Memphis on the 29,th nit.. and the Molhle
Able. Silver Bpray and Continental, for this port,
left there oame date.
The T. L. MIcGiil left St. Louis on the 2Eth for
DRarauorro.--Qnlte a number of stenmers left
S ort yesterday. We append a list :
Bert Able, Capt. W. C. Harrisen, for Vioksburg.
wrth a fine trip: Wild Wagoner. Capt. W. B.
Richardson. for Natchet; Lafourche, Capt. Heno.
Sar Bawyou Sara: Aloe, Capt. Wood, for lower
ir a t; (ommonwealth. Capt. Lloyd, for t. Louis ;
ahod. Powell, Capt. Dianant, fo Donaldaonville i
Betty Gtimore, Capt. King, for Lafourobe;
Mterprise, Oapt. Lee, for Shreveport; Vicks
heur. Capt Leathers, for Vicksburg ; f.o'awanna,
(apt. H. J. Briker, for Oachita BRver: Rich 1.
nronil Cant. Boerdan. for Sehreveport; Celemte,
Capte Dowty, for Grand Ecore.
The Virgiia from St. Loenfis, and the Emma No. J
Sfrom Cncnnati, ll e tfonnd at the whr ftht
RBt au-vRs O COTTOr.--25i9 bale. cotton wire
received per river steamers yesterday. The total K
retiote for the past week per river amount to
A side-wheel steamer with her wheels placed
farther aft than is customary, was tying at the i
wharf a few dsyd sao, and we were amused at
he-ring the folloingt remark made in regard to
.cr by s gentleman who evidently bailed fron the
Emeralld Isl • e i dh t L ers, if they had beain to
build thim wheets aday later she would hare been J
a stern helelr.e" a
MExoa i,.--tteamer Era No. 9r left Shreve "
port Oct. 7th at i. . In port por New OrleAns:
Era No. 10, Lola D. ; for ,Jeflerson : ilossamer I
od Dirxie. Boats at Jefereom: Era L o. D and L
l.otus No. 2. Oct. 28th, at :; A. U., met Right
RWay at upper side of Gtltn'se: 4 a. u., Golden A
Era at tower side; 29th met Lizzie Hlpktir at
LMsribesu; met Glide at Cotile at ; p. ; rrived
at Alexandria at 8 p. x.; 30th met Bo~e Franks '
at Grand Point at ~ a. .; Judge Fletcher in
Morgan's Bend at 4 P. s.: Lizzie Tate at foot
Bsyou Sara Island at 5:10 rp. .: Pioneer above
Waterloo art 5::0 Pr. . ; bayous and lakes above
ihreveport faling fast ; river alling at Shreve
sort at therateof six inches in twentyfolur hour t
and falling fast all the waydown with five feat on Bs
the falls, six feet on Grand Point. five and a half l
feet in Old river, and falling at the mouth at the
The Bra No. 9 leave. for Breveport, Grand
Ecore and Alelandria on Tseday, Nov, 3d, a t 5 i
MaaloaornA.-Bteamer Iresne lfethrevinort
Tueoday evening, Oct. 28:; lef ti port, for Nesw
Orlcans, steamer Era No. 10 and Loin D; met re.
Right Way at Atkis's, Golden Ur at Casplos. ,
Lizzie Hopkins at Oelbhenos, GliOde t Cetiie, Roae
Fralk at Gesd Polat, Fletcher at Morgran's
Bend, and Lizzie Tate and Pioneer at Baton '
Bosa lBed River falling rapIdly all the way H:
ew York prices forGrover Baker's famny di
asewia machineo at the oncoe, 182 Canal se~ret,
Machiesf warmgd for five oam. Hemmer, ts
-qulte, taJcr aid bralg wia tao maciae. 71
al hrse mrlu l 6er. .
sessmap one~n Dleo~ asrs, e hTwk
matesmeo brr W eg Tr ip nta Gted -ie
y* ,b.s l. Chr(serlt hM , lr I/realM , i ts
d t em u s be. Uorn l ls dr ales
whet Is, Ship hSirk Now Sru. tYsrk Aorr tis A alsw,
ms ,ip areleat h.er. U r, e Yk orik a 3augma
iSte oaWmBlt Cubs, Dobgerte, n Baui fro eelo,
tschrMp w 0 HGees. ttpltPer lOver-o ms led o eesl
01 Be. I ,C Heat, Loew Toe. fee oltnes, tr o !ad
It hr a, , from Pa, to mas er-a
0 Scr seaosLhe. W alker, hueaa oast Jto BaCr
Acnr o mmoJeth, oh onmy Psseor LteRa Mwater
shi, Pm e. Asoetn, Tor ar.eo, Lev-n a dly
sub Sip Icss (IMora), WIcnks Eaipeal Mok., Kas Tho
c urnld Aon. eyistl Teaeer de t
ermab negon. Yhkeb, frum IndsLa b emd O.blvesto
ot, A Whitney am As dtre et
Ithe rtre A1iHrb, aoeweo, rom Bress Reelsage and
s elew M Vbiaa y Loslt dietrIct
SShBip Wb mpse, 0r. 1 days te Mew Yoar, iA ballast, to
laned mm&e8 diatries -
" ip Bel NC Ior CbsO. It daysfrom New York, in beliant
tt, rto Laevll a D ,-P
thir Bak Msds .lL Ie pom lst el t to mater-1it
the Brig W a , Blbmr days from Reklaud, M.
the eamser-lot ditret
oId De anito Je, Toemer, from tPeahrl iver, I er-Old
f ber , M nrth . e from Poritliver, to meBter--i l
d r, Fcy Shr hers Walker, fe ~shIei. Riveor, to maern-
Sbr Gaedalrr, hitme, frotI Paed goalla, muaster-New
eis Jhbr oSesa asve. from Porergdslo to deeter-iwl Bdtes
(ear Bary Ann. fhom Tci slota irtes to mLster-old Baste
. o hr Ltem, r4'switne frm Wif iver. ou maoelt1ew ealsh
r Lagger BiRer Q -en Toutrlo, teem Peiaes- la-Boche, to
, . p hps A hL-tamnipoe es Marcia l Day. bleo
Siants eo ee8kis on sse asse-weed dew a d to sea
2at9t Ih e o-hi w et-l- baro baro 1kroabL
bom - te mo e e up ear Mmdelie sad
btr e oiln Hdcre wRes t bhl
bb, arms . Yo empty brmpIreltaliaSera
Ia e BUm, -terer. eIwsms- rt emits m
Ldouie opi tsom Meoebie
a1 Wibld Wagoner, ibchardon, Lros ooNal e
ivy Bra No9. Koooun, from Shroreport
ph Irene, Tuctor, roets Sbroveioen
a0 AMle o, MAory, rota AmOes river-New Basi e
O Ir- 1As ITetria tp.
Br-!r. t'. hlne Doris, 46 ats reom I xg, to .At bPCotran,.o
Cargo ra si L-n, etc
40 bohrnew POsTS.
O I. erpDsol, Oct l0.-Arrived from New Orres steamship
3 c8r Qorso. I dlaino ha$led orlisOede-os. i-tp. la
3 reQtr. Jolr. "ttd ttonyai barrr. Anderso. Cleared lor Noe
oileoatn, ship tempber:l, r.de
Ordohor 11oh, rof Key Wrot, British bark Limerick Lan,
MPEilnAo, 3 dotaot hence for Liverpool
l Rem-Fhin ro Lon-a0e hales cotton 2111 mitnar s
LoV1ltP.uNL,--tosmie ip Chryooliw--166 bale iotton
iL 1 2 r c- 1 case e 2 Noble re r
*, LIERBPOO)L-Ship Haaosa-3.t balos cotton 150 bbl.
. T iCKW ORK-tesmem-sip uelted t es--.ls15 baets tton
Isl bales paper stock l bolt hue iB bbla pecans I Ibis oil
112 Ibls nolsos 21 hbb whisky 2U1 bha - irl r.te md l 61 be.
ODs baes mom 19 s ar bags w bias wool Do t, hcde bil hidP2
SPblory25-amply barrelr 16 pkg J mda -
JIr TEir, sae 4lo6-- otSes-• sbates aotton 30 hales
moss 47 boles arrperll 170 0I bs blk whstt 182 hblMu I
1 M4 bales otton 123 bibs Boar 146 hos wool 107 bidsr -9 b-kls
i OO bKlb-eswa5aam1tp BlnvIle-o-01 bhlms otten 9
bales wool 12 bider 261 bbl. beef 59 bbls molssme 1Ole ksh
caote Iao sko oas 173 he e-ritoue and sad .midie
IALTIMOSE VAIA AVANA-Oteamssip itlhpa-or Ba-I
timnore-140 haleso ottit 10 bbIe meleos. 211 hides. For Fla
rooa-56 tea hams 16 holo potatoes 11 bis soap 211) bbls r ,niu
Or INDrUi- LA AND A LVaIIBYlON--tesld, O dt Ilrwn
d 35- bbls f,r2 lbilmoIasses0dobbPss --sos 4l0 bbio sugar
1O b1lsb wherT Iw0 t ingato a Mn rd sundries
t ALVESTWoN-oLtshesklp I C ManaIo-0 hbbtl Sour 20t
7. ie 'aestl U dlt ee lumber
Id- Pn -SAC LA-Seamrhlp Litt'--N bbl foor 5I bbls pork
9 rots bsroa lit) ki o -ts 950) e Nor e 101 ses iron
5? at LOWS-ltsamsr emmouliwelb-15t bere railroad
Ig booodn d rudriss
NTW LOUIB-teoeer Kellogg asd barose-Sundryt mde
IfIR-lLP,-lsester Lo-- Sundry md.b
I-CK-BUtGl-tearme ViDksbuo-g-sa-dry mds -
IWDIANOLA AND (IALTIOW-'steamship Worgas-.
46 holr 0steton Pareeb A lesuL--A do J OGay Ae"-23 d.
IdQ r-do Peknseoau L re do-71Gref a Uyra.i--,'
ou JuoeirgedJ. Gate. A s.-J .Ilsm" A Sb-I Ad H deale Leo
er 6 ilmms. Lety A eesese-Ct--t fts. Huassgi. Lee-4
ta . 5- Be-d-s10- 1 bhes w o I P Witderel AW-o--- do I
Shales bides 3 bals tallow Ibis do p he beeswax B L Man. A
ri c-Lhdrbds.Smst Levy A Detne-6l do 6 boise bides to
7 B poe4 h ~6rea oISC A Wlhitey Aeo-- s bablides r
,-s ws-l LAM (-1 ob bides Converre A Daxbury-1
~, d borns I boal beewasx- dImIdJ A ZeIlger- bbls .scea
' MI Li(iDtregorlo-8 hhl beef Keep AL (2uueld270II coersecy
It Pesrhin, rwroson tco---.) do M Lewis hen--- bead
i. eat e MrQosld IL M.7--ari s iordor- Iss oIS bal
0 IlbAZOw SANITAGO 1I - INDTANOLA-utostssbp I C
0 IHarie-sl7l$7605peele A P-lacer-$2 Sre7 d. 0 B rubrha A
c rou--l Averdarn BrJ-Bo t- ) doJ B Pesos-70Is & do -i1 0
clurrc To ws El Co-7u--0 Schmid A Zetgler-976l- bes
5 baoti 16bale- wool 6 hbbl t.w B L Mera -nco-o bills
md htushbai-- wderltltlshi J eytl- bbldeat.
ae w 2 lyearllng I-cQnod A Mgle-kedrt to ordr Total
kBiL itstramer Lonlo.-1 bals cotton C A Whinee A
it --42 Marx, Lev Ace-l il ttle h Noble- Msdloeo iord
d Reoieelp of wre-same.
1. PT LflflIS-Stesmer $i-ginia-2-0 bolat f tar .1 B Vontoro
1J £ oe.2i10 do Irioffn A o- rnb s---lS is onioot Y O v'ib-:5
c-o J, hre D oU Safbrdb Aco-IS hin egos C D li tekor
l hxa.pples Phcbea tAc-.. bbIorrt 31 bblsta p, Ju i
I Loonies boo-MI here iron It keg rivelt Botici A 'y.moar
Io bxs r oC B BlaybsLos-U doses brrosm o tllorne
s o- ad A OrIeL-4 khdsobWao J B Wbe d.
tIpAbb pleAs AL trineo-4 baolis nm. Greseood A Son
0 1 do Woods Mu w Ud s is BM orrel Aoo-.-2 do
MlcOregor A Bro--0 do Boessy ho--M o do J H As[hbrldg- A
Ioece- tb ls costton eed J AldHu-gs do - G VsailIc s
doSe Hra-tWdo B IUllsueum ao-M do AA Magtni --OS
hhnn. Dsourhe•r Updlk- Maeoo-4hr Db h and 6 do- A ver L
Od5odsl-- H doC A Wblesey- s-o do IJL Donos(a Arro
Ll do ays., Tusleit Ael -l4 MleBr -tgý 8ndue r bbi- s pIa.
7 bss e poa-es 19A sikA osat C A ekIieot Ac-I2 1b1n -our
26 mIs twhis y Jbo Moe h, boUn-I bhisfleo C -- Beddlcke
O htt- 2Wodd B Itod-hoI eOtoud A W Idroago o---1o7d
dre -ntb Pa A airnoe-r6 . 1t-- Powrll-Scl do A' Mrl-e.o 5
5 l Iergort OdtSell 17ks-cotton db WOleedhe-a do
c· mb-T doI B Heaod-S dW Wase,-..-rrhe bahc-I: tola
I5 5.50 NA ee-- vI ar.lib bbset- Ir-ard.t itI nrs
4ossnlwr--f do 7 she es e Ju-ll bee Lo-IS hhl
orlta spte soo peertis M-l-er a rpw H u- Wrgh •lse h -ble
1U i sale H Orsebehoe-it hws AH ee gu Teelder a ,uber .b
hlm-c uhs Au.d y-- De J-(s" Deal---tOE e 'oeJl Lo.
4 r , PDelkdinch bus ece W p-ge milM-ll tr AMe re--rI
pisnoJ to row-lU bbL&o--eB Juror e l ee--0 lz mdei -&
I loading-St bbla--ap It 12-- htiose egB Plf • liof--she
I ions soCaf oerod- . wed Wr-joha---6 b.l, ntom 106
dciv0] A Ileurt--2if Fo-lrh-- Kou A l 6- A revr
trr-k a hsop'--l4 lat t d Wrtghn-- S eoe-mJe AHn-O
hcsr-d I T Lossdalse Vi-let Black J e-SJ t Croer-
islko er Camm a- B UNewmn ieo-6 Miller A BIM cea
SLe mao, bew ges Ae -4 - b lie Aece-iL B BIeord Arct--
ib -bIl bhl. rIey (osroer a Marty--isudaei to odsrT--ounL
221 lIs. sottos 17 ksmtst-bl lso 215 hibs deotton skieo I
S' L Au C i-tr o-1)1 lai- .,c-c-SO - l--icrd- t I rlt aum
4 kR Flawoor-L tairtds i - P 4meh I,g eIrsd- L¶o
L be n,%o w-- r-Ituhs It Roto-lI Wright Allen I yA-
AI AlhirsaIrrc Autey--1 J Lieoat-I BK iioirueio-.
IS Dryer, Inich A VWtro-Il l €Ive,--l (O"a hersr--il
Pomor llo--t2goo oerIl Juere- a W e--l Ii AYe braMsc
Il --urrerd A re lg-If liaor--4 t(ee, Pam A Sizoe-B
B1ohsl Aotr-- C bblaghe-4 Kern A ihearer C-Amsi A
r--S Vr--Te4 t flecifs L-- C Le]-dJoso He
Ae-tI BVL Walkr-i H Irei-- J Da1 eLs -Le
Hlwardh L, o-I B-- ackeHy i h ller-U JO OBpor-- J
W-sroingabL eo-l h B Lowe hcr-ISsk Ja ctro o B·o-
to --f i-h hess Ii B i-item-l ibs pero IM - A.rmsvo...
hd ri.e Meyer a IArsy-17 bad cattle IMc Aano-sondr- s
i Wo rk-'t --I 668 balkr otte $ ods n esk1seed t e
AFORETOZPwtP--.um mer ranu 9-ST S bla eecool to
1 , Hnrhnlyo rc o- Iso--h--- Alca S ere-k A 4,are ----
ro H -ll .-re Leeo--St Bawl.. a ilsreIt-2 Jo. Hle Aoo--S
. Vrlmau to-,-2 H a tn--liX1 o l-m tOeTA-Si
AO-It D Piie Ietinst'o Ae -pIa 1 1) 5 air hco-1 5
Sotsm.. loeborn~ 11 Hloweo-- Ll Cone-l0 Warr n irar
imd arc--b ed Deko A Mesn- -7 P-kis Sweeso Lro-4
L DlO,-h-Z, t atrsdo k-ltS Wemli-ao TaplecrAnrgo- t
io --i ols.ty--A cle Tsto L-bseo, nswga As-i Di
-rce. Wooterldgce-omJ aJ .4 uri,·ridg SC D i le
eU l ll 1 1 ~ ree s t ems J R B H -IU 1
wbrg C 4oT m webe wee-Ad d a ieds-4
Seada - M-?es 7 ba wangtg 4t db id
. . **:3 M Go I - s ams ubar -
e b -lO ide A v deu ei m
Ame CAOfILA--. Dw.dr-Uq it lmbe bi ode
s LAL EI-eis Mahnl M--i m iser e m
Blq icBZmr oi RIVER-4b Nmr Am-la eM woed
Uss, TCHIME NIYEN-4sL, Ed.S, 60 krad to
m oim. Ba i-er -- l A
orA Vo T13-4 for L ea ilaWmbe t ali4 v
'Z4'5 1o 2
aee 3l.Rob, de
ezoser AdCA00AULA--4t Oadlter--.080 fhIlmbr is
e.r T hrSe se akmship
WNVRwo i.iw_ JAO0 A OMELY 3OWT:naN
0 bals eosi D i O(.roll Aeo-- o 7 Illami t So -a
KRsx Br I e-7J It iCroamwele- J t P"e --I iteves.o
& Bay-- Jia HNo, al--? PidtIbad L B lek- lI- MN.
Rn-el-9 Did mce, Hill &eo-4 atewat. Go bdgtaa A /lour--1
w M Md u bd po--XDi-m Bie-- Awe & .-11 LTA ua. a.o-7u
Slaetardesn a AP-i- Oaers -4'l AIei, a Imee A to
4 reis e adR ckae r--l '0 lordo-70 t L Adams a boe
blast Bastmt A sIeeiir--I1 W B Tompow.-7 0 Clomen
MA B, Pegia-o Iame .l O -4 a Ple tsAmT-.
danoTl - - n -.8 TNr t lWi .le .o. a I Pvo.-
29-Old le A -obb-!! lres (iswoed e H INe- Ace
4. o MoBNts-r s Je.4 Ecklbrd A Cse.-.410 bis blkY J N
ris uangOc d W1otl, aecm-I, dr burptYhe. A eibea-10s
I-Old li,- ale-ian be llostiatlo lelkmore WeeldtigoeO aeo-
bblie ss. erlZ arM acrke-SO abe oere A eadee-- do4
Aloe. Waple dco-SO do M B Taylo-7 but sIem C I tells
nck- e"' mbdN. * miauam-t- bob ate M Blde-19 do
-NwJ Qteahi-p do F Se Be-0 do H Tiee-4 d iJ AIbe
I do E e imdles-t- bad Pules bIro-I1a burze' a
' Aemiot. •dE Booth dee-. bgs draps J Bert eo--l
Bl kegs beta. Hoes A Wlleso- b-t mds J t Seisska.-.
oBasin baaeb A Seawse hiot lumber OC I0I Jo- t0oo
Bido A Wng-,,i bg baul J Malfs-10 bbla wisy Kes Ad
Lae-, d.o ych,. a RIe.de.oe-madet ,0.b edr-rIoJad I
to oE1W OlTlBiANI, o rou3BSL a 03T Wclo -
In ci A St. a&e--3 de Nesals al bat -I do
P1 WmtsA_ bil, ma-isis H P Oi-vm-4 do J A BSeefe--3
to do L..tte A i -7 do I" dlm oo.-8 do L;GOredb
c--I_. _o.a Prom-ill bb rise ad usmrm L iuie
i0 sd bidesmi L Oebsddo LoA-RY der I blsk
a L O..e-ma es se- do ItbjseJ j OEld
7 bb's rto amd udrles L. ?eevebeu.-to hides 8 bdlkld e
W . Wlthonn.i eo-I bole oakum Oreff A Brco-l bbl rice
SP erm -lead sMils sad seidr t a-r i 14 bels
atte " bble oassess
Fol N2W TlO IPP 30?,
tcan- t:11 O VOIW.LL hIss
This lsme is composed 1tbe1 folowingDSt.a.
blp fsI. Oreaw.rl. S.4r WIHIla . B
Ss r'. *aalle DA. tbargE
3n r. IIMIE, Cemmamon",
L il, o be wa.sOt nfet of ND ems aTa. 41 BUNDAY
Movember Sib, asst u.
Psse .g.............................N E O
SPeS'b afr Lk Da L, HllAlTbedl KlEt gf i
bbsll ? tut or masses a xc* b
J. oasso CEJA
ski ComIm the sosms.eisam Iteamrp
Bai- qpilea, G RANT ..............ar oeim a.t. g tek.
a- 0 ? C Ir ................... ..... W.W r.
l U.-.. ...,......... .....Calt W, P. A
-w - OB5. L I, _l 2 ........:....:- ..: t W. W. Hey.
u(r OIUfD RATlM............... O e .
i l ME New Teat IETIRT SuVRUDT.
WE. WaIf. Coasmsdee,
WIal leeIm wh oppe V Vgertble Mr eoaed DisbW, J
alrTRDAV. Nov. 7, at P.
te Samoan have msirt seemis-mme lw he D.
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