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E &a Orleans 4rsnrt
TUESDAY MOWIIWN, MAICH 24, 166.
The conditiosof the money market has been
es entiall)y euebged saes the date of our lee
summary. Friday evening, the 20th Inst. Capital
still accumulates at b and in the haads ot
private parties. Obligations mtuoring la the
country as well as ins h city, are behla met
with eenmendable pmetpalty. Loans and dis
counts are freely Oeeed to solvent borrowers,
and large ioveastmest s dol my de n Poreign
and Itomestic Excheese. Yet the surples of car
rency shows a steady tvease and some parties
are appreheesive that they will have to carry a
larger sneonlt of dormset greenbacks during th.
comlng sumnmer than tlay would desire or feel
comfortable nhder. Tif reflection does not
seem to promp them to reduce their rates, how.
ever, and we ave still to report as the ruling
nlures, 8 W cent. per annum at bank, and
1@14 V cent. per mnlth out of doors for short
gilt dge paper, and 10@12 1 cent. per annua
for long date notes secured by strictly firat-olau
;OLD AND BILVa--There be been a heavy
bt e'Lea done In Gold daurng the past three day-.
nlo-tly on speculation, and rates have faotunat d
consliderably, in accordance with the variations of
ti.e New York market, although uniformly at 1(
1! point above the latter. Rliver has been inasc
t v- but more steady. OfIriags continue hut
little better than nominal, and the few lots thrown
upon the market are generally at our quotation..
' he total actual sales to-day were effected in t :e
1o towing order,viz: $5000 and $10,000 Gold in the
morning at 140. (.5000, 6000, $10,000 and $7.).000
do at 1.394, $15.000 do. at 139, $5000 and $20 0t0
do. at 13M . t ales of Silver comprised 2000 Mexi
ean dollars at 1} oeath premium on Gold, and
bus 0 do. at 14 W cent. prerium on Gold, together
with some trilling lots of American halves a,.d
quarters within the range of oar quotations, whie'l
ow rule as follow-, rti: Gol 14413 }, Ameri
can Silver coin 134t136, and Mexican dollars 142
FonRlto Exoano-s-Owing to a heavy falling
off in purchases of cotton for foreign accoant
offering of commercial Sterling and Franca have
1en of a more lmtted character throughout since
tie close of our last general summary. The de
mand has been changeable, however, and rates
Iave varied as the inquiry increased or de,:reased.
TI e actual sales to-day have comprisel only the
appended amounts. via: £3000 bank Sterlina in
the morning at 152; £20Lts do. at 162t; £0los)
strictly Al commercial at 151j; £2500 anl £ i0l
do. at 151; £4000 bill of lading do. at 130: 50,000..
commercial Franceat 3.7684.; 35,000 bankers' d ..
at3 72Jf., and 30,000 do. at 3.714f. We now quite
bank niterlug at 1532152}, clear biils lil'~t.;l.
bill of lading bills 160i51, bank Fr-ncs 3.7114
3.70?.. and commereial Francs 3.7643.737f.
Doixsr(- Excawoes-The supply of commer
cial sight and short sight on the Northern cities
has been quite limited smnce our last, owing pre
cisely to the same cause which tended to restrict
oflerings of foreign bills. The demand during the
sene time has undergone several alterations, h, w
ever, and quotations have fluctuated to a greater
extent than for any three previous days of the
present commer~lal year. This evening, how
ever, the market has assumed more steadiness,
atd closed quiet at our quotations. The actual
wsles since nur last have been: $20.000, $13,000),
$48,700 and $70.000. New Yo k sight, at 4 1i cent
prenilum; $7;Ut, $10,000 and $2i,oo, do. at -
cent. premiumn; $16 000. $30 000 and $45,000 d
at bcent preplnom; $10,000, thirty days do., at
4 cent. discout; $15 000. sixty days do.. at 1.
Scent. dmcount; and $16.000 do., at 14 y cent.
discount. We continue to quote } 19 cent. pre
mium at bank, sad jjI@4 V cent. premium out of
doors for sight checks on the Northern clues.
UCC'CaKRr Noln.s AND iECURITIES-As usual,
towards the close of the week. there wan an act
ive demand for the inses of the city tc-day, but
contrary to precedents rates went lower instevd
of higher. The tact is, however, the oflfring su,
ply to-day was considerably in exoess of the de
mend, and as holders determined to sell they pirt
ed with their surplus amounts on terms to suit
speculators. Among the actual sales we recog.
anze the appended lists, via: $15 000 New Orleans
City Notes at 32 ;W tent. discount, $5000 do. at
221. $5000 do. at 23. $10,000 at 234. $4000 at 234.
$6000 and.$10,000 at 24, and $1000 and $7000 at 244
eant. discount. Sale of Stocks and Bonds have
been wholly suspended throughoot, and in the
present condition of the market we can give no
reliable quotations even for our own city currency.
BoARD oP BRotias-The only operation elect
ed at last night's session of the Board was a sale
of $2500 City Notes at 22 14 coet. discount.
BLrCIAL DIsavmAOsA.-We ate indented to
the Westera Union Telegraph line for copies of
the following private dispatches received over
that route to-day, vis:
Nete York. March 24-10 A. x.-Gold opened at
138;. 10:45 A. x.-Gold 1381. Cotton market dnol
and weak; prices nominal; middling 24}c., Mo
bile 26e., Oreans 254e. 12 x.-Gold 1384. Cot
ton market dull and heavy; holders refuse to
make any concessions; quotations mominally
unchanged. Sterling 109}(110. 3 P. x.-Gold
138. Sterling steady. Cotton market quiet bat
steady. Sales today 1000 bales; middling 244c.,
Mobile 25c. Orleans 254c.
LioerpooL March 24-11:15 A. x.-Cotton mar
ket quiet. Estimated sales 10.000 bales; uplands
101d., Orleans 101d. 1:20 r. s -Cotton market
quiet. Estimated sales 10,000 bales; quotations
nominally unchanged. 5 P. Y.-Cotton market
quiet. Lales 10 000 ba!es. Quotations unchanged.
London, March 24-11:15 a. x.-'-onsols 9i3,
934 ; 5 20s 72@721 . 1:20 P. x.-Consol,:oI4 : 5Zuss
721. 5 r. w.-Conol.s93@93:; 5-S0s72@i)..
Business has progreseed quietly and steadily in
nearly every department of trade during the pat
three oaja. Cotton has been inactive but firm
Operauons in Sugar, Molases ad Tobacco have
bean limited owinog to light supplies. Receipts of
breadsttffl and provislons have been fair and
sules moderate at slightly varying prices. Money
cotinued abundant. Foreign Exchange has ad
ranced and again declined. Domesti Exchange
fell of and subsequently reacted. and Gold has
been dealt in heavdy at constantly fluctua:iog
Coo-nor-Insctivity has been the most proit
nent leatore of thie cotton market -inte the ch-,
of our review, Friday evening the 20th inustan'.
Factors hlvre manifested unuanl flrmnue~s througa.
o:ut and unltrmly refused all overtures for cu
ci is- r.,. in view of the rapid and heavy falling itl
in rtceipal at most of the princlal United States
ports. 1,ie ithe previous speculatitve demitl,
having aRmrtt who!'y abated, te daily muvem ,t
has been restricted to the filling of am di oii 1I-
that d:d not admit of delay and for whihi ta I
prices have generally been paid. We cbhj i:
brief summary l the dafily transmctions as folowr.
FP/roday, Matrch 21.--The market erntino s
quiet but very lirn. 'har*e was a solt
what general inquiry to day, ano! htv-,
tales uiclht have teen ·tae :t had ft -
t t subnitted to even fracr·lnal , own
hion- . but thle la:ter were inexorut le thrtughout,
at d the total operations have been restricted to
200"0 bales at full previousl ligures, which we re
pest as follows, viz: Ordinary, 2tlitr$DZn.; to,,i
oldinary, 2214@23.;: low middlig. 2.;'.24"..
and middling. 24~l@25c. Advices from Lvrer
ool and enhanced rateaof Gold and Foreign
achange in t!ia mnarket have tended to upholJ
the views oi factire to day.
,nlulat:, Matrc-h 23-Operations in the le '
lrg ataple have dtaloaed but tittle, if anv
ul-ration in Irces to-diy. (Ofllerings have been
llht and undecirable throughout, and sonie
Lolders of tithling lots, who needed miouneyr.
sold as best they could. iBut tihe princip,
laitots steadily refused to uncover thteir n*alnplvr
except at foil previous figures., and nearly i
i-t the operationa for the day have t,-en ed-·ct- I
at our lest quotatiomns. The sales for the day b, t
barely footed up 2200 baleas, of which ?2) bal-s.
were taken by one broker for the French .ul
T irday, Mlitc-h 24.-To-day the total sales
footed up only 1000 bales atlingalar hbt :,
kIwr- prices, and the market cosed usettled at
pln us figures, which we now raefer to as bh-t
barely approximating rates, vis: Ordinary 21y'
22c., good ordinary 22* 423c., low middilng 234t<
244c.. and midtlluig 24~ (25c. The totalales for
the past three days aniounted to only 5200 bale.,
aganmat 21 200 bales for the correspoidnlg time
last week. The Iet receipts were 9442 bales,
against .l264 bates last week, showing an increase
for the past three days of 178 bales. The exports
sirce the cloce of i-or ainlmary of the 20th inst.,
were 14,944 bales. against 13 433 bales for the cor
respondiDg tine last week, and the sto:k on hand
and on shipboard not cleared this evening is
b",lt0 bales, agbuaiut '8,47 bales on Tuesday even
ig of last week. The exports doring the pasut
three days included 13,16 bales to foreign ports,
and 178 bales ooestwiae.
caMrurrATIVn aacwmS O O Oan AT TR oa FRT
waues raar two wIne.
Ush sT..............hIS Mrc IA............. - i1 -
Nar ed.. ...... :128 rch IA............. -i a 1
_i-arh 23..............D NMl 1............. I
YMa.sh a........... 3.s Mnchb 15.............. 5,
i sia s,- t
Sý.asryss ...,w....»...... 4moa-S ,
ý e a eo sas W....... . ...2...e47. we
The exports this e g lealeds 949 bales for
Barceleoam sai 36M es for UAverpeoL h
TosAcco-We basv little altaration to ]sice
under th. beallag during the three dag ise or
review. The qgey anatiunes activeatrsaassera pa
ttve prices, but the stock on hand is too light for a
very exeirewd oapsertkuns. Boyers both tot the
trade and for shipment have been actively en see
gaged examining the efferiag, which are eately
inadequate to the demand, while holders have th
succesefully cotea ded for faUl previous ilgu t. he
batee have undergone no change whatever, sad as
we feel assed that if producers would send for fo
ward their supplies a handsome business would be tra
the reult. We append quotations as follows: col
t3d1 id ..................... ............ . I.. 07
u L ef ................... ................... 1
Becao d W r ................. ............. .... I.. . eatl4
o.d q the . . ......... .............. ... 5ls T
Obahossl ertreiouas....... .......... .. 17 la
raw o l .......................................r ..... 1 W i
Beta on hU ad . ...... ............... ........... .... 17 0
te d af ..................... .....................
.ad Leaf .....................................14 l f 5
tie. .........................................1. 0 W17 I
eud re ..s s .. . .................................... Il o n T
Teisr was afa. . . . ...io Tb
TOBACCO eTATiMIIrt. Ca
sto bs as ead· t I. -. . . .......................I ,191 To
R ese the c. 13th i st ....................... 195
resv al tui lay .............................3. 3), 4,t
Ilpicm d ... se. t. 13 h i ............... i ..... II
Ksat.C pes, t................................. Ft
Brtkes upv fer blig sad city oenssmtinl..... ;0 5156 Ba
ckaes hd shead ond asb iiboard- bds.................2 170 To
Stots-The market opened o Saturday quiet
rod steady sat previous rats. There were no re
ceipta, consequently operations were confined to wi
a retail trade. Monday the receipts were v5 hhds.
There was a fair jobbing demand, and sales were
mtade of nearly al the receipts at previous fBores.
Tuesday the receipts were conined to ii hhds.
'There was fair demand for choice, but fir ant wit
prime, although in moderate supply, were little
sought for. Sales included 60 hhds., at the fol- ti
Inr ......10 -- e . Fulty Fair....14 o 14tec. a.
Cosmseso... 12 e.l . ' Prim ........ll ,. '
ood,'m...lS - hoi a.......li-e. -
rlr...e .....l Al.; e. .. IYa'loww r e'd I ,
ooed rFir...l - "" White "" 6!7e.""
Moi.Asaxs -Ratrday there were no receipts ed ,
and consequently but ltttle doing. Prices, how- Sin
ever, were unchanged. Monday the receipt.
were 195 bblis and 96 hbalf barrels. The demand rat
was somewhat restricted and the market ol,oaed
dull. We notice, however, no change in prices. tr
Tuesday the receipts were 95 bbls. and 67 hail
bbls. Sales to-day were 155 bbls. and 1I;3 hai:
hble., at 60c. e gallon for common rebuiled and co,
1bc. for choice reboiled.
F.ora-The business on Sa'urday was active.
The receipts were liberal and the demand was
air. Holders were firm in heir views, and I all pi
cases realized full prices. Sales were l11t bbl. I
at 110 76 for superfine. 10 60 for double extra, stil
$11 50r~12 25 for treble extra, and $lt@15 50 for
choice. Monday the market was quiet and thr
steady, with sales of 1134 bbls. at $10 for super
fine, and previous figures for other brands. Jir
'tuesday the market was inactive. There seemed ye
t1 be a greater disposition on the part of holders cot
to sell, but they were unwilling to lower their I
asking rates. Sales embraced 1970 bbls., of be
which 200 bbls. mixed brands and 200 bbas. treble Ire
extra on private terms, 50 bbls. fne and 100 do.
nrbranded at 19; 50 bbls. superfine at 89 :sc; 100, to
100 and 100 bbls. do. at $10 ; 0 do. at $10 25; 60, sl
70 ar.d 100 bbls. double extra at $10 50; 150 do.
at $10 62 ; 160 bbls. low treble extra'at 11t 50; wi
r0 ibls. treble extra at $12 12 ; 200 bbls. do. at
$13; and 50 and 100 bbls. choice at $14 1 bbl. a
CoBa-Saturday the market opened quiet but
firm, with a moderate supply and fair demand. la
Stales were 8400 sacks at 98c.®1i. Monday the
supply was light, and with a continted fair de. Ne
mandprices were stiffening. Sates were 7.1) it
sacks at $1 6l 02 1 bushel. Tuesday the mar
ket was steady and firm, with light offerings and
a fair inquiry, and sales were made of 300 sacks,
as follows: 800 white and 600 do. from stire at
t1 02. and 200 and 1000 sacks white at 1 0 1 lea
OATS-Saturday there was but little doing. all
Prices, however, were steady and firm. Sales
were 275 sacks at 78c. V bushel. Monday there tle
was a ailing off in the demad and a tendeacy in
prices to inside quotations. Sales were 875 sacks
at 78c., 77o. and 78c. ; bushel. Tuesday the de- le
masd was moderate at prevlocs prices, and saltes
were effected of 1200 sacks, of which 200 sacks all
in second hand bags at 76c., and 300 and 700 at i
77c. T4 bushel.
BRA-The market Saturday was quiet and nn
changed. Monday sales were confined to 20) alt
sacks at $1 65 V 100 tes. Tuesday the demand bu
was fair., but rates have gone still lower, with i8
sales of 700 sacks In two lots at $1 60 1 100 ls. ew
HAY-Saturday the market was quiet and prices ri
were firm with sales of 200 balea Ohio river at $Ic, e
50 W ton. Monday the supply was very lght and al
prices under a moderate demand were steady and of
firm. Sales were 350 bales at $1btj?20 }l ton from ti
fair to choice. Tuesday the market wa. quiet nd a
unchanged with sales of 300 bales in lots at $19e at
120 f ton.
Pour-Saturday the market opened excited and a
prices continued to advance. Sales were 1'.u l
bb1a. at $26 50(x27 t bbl. Monday the market
was quiet and steady, and prices remained firm at t
Iprelious prices. Tuesday the market was quietw
and dull, but prices remain unchanged. Favors.
ble advices from the West gave firmness to the
market, which otherwise, wdth the limited de
mand, wrould tLbe drooping. Sales to da were P
b- ittd to 100 bbl. fronme o lding at $2u e0 ta To
¶ hi. Dealers are retailing at 827T427 35. (I.
BAo.--The market Saturday was excited and all
prices disclosed a coatinued upward leni|ency. d
soeda the market wrs quiet t Afirm at preto s o Is
figurts, with ules of 10 casks clear sides at Ic. nl
s . Tuesday the market was qluiet and du.l, o -'
with only a jobbing demand, but prices have no
derpore no cLarnge. Sales are Ir0 tierces su1 r g
cured arms ati lc.; bou'ders are bhiel ,it I, (h
12 c.. clear rib sides at Ic., and clear aile ft art
ic.n 1d fr ra .fat
lI ,r--The movement under this headng on
aturday war restricted by the unsettled state ,f Th
the market. Prices, honwever, drscIlosued a cn. th
tiue L pward tendenlcy. Ml s r were ) tieroes at lCr
10c.. and 1.,0 keds at 17-o. flb. Yo BreMondJy C
mntrket was tuiet and the demn-sl wa5 oomtns.w ,t
hulllt, d, blUt prices resmined firto at prevttiu itt
1Itoris. 'lueaday there was grester activity in the Sri
nar eil, artd wih a fair dentand :in i !ifh'. soapplc. t
p i-ce ware stil further enr.cad. e ales we be
ioO ksgs anod 204 tierces. of whlih 4 tierces art p
at lt;4c., 3o tierces prinie st 17-., and Is) tttr-,+
', strive, market " tare," at II:. n : 23 k-'s
at l:c., and 3 tard I ikegs st 1Unws. fo ~c. l
T lto h;llrTs--'hCere is very little ctn offering
costwi.oe and but little tornse. We quoite: 1y
et. am to Lherpol 9-lt;o d. ft-r cotton le j 1s fro
rcorn, l0. thbacco. tiveruool by tall, to it o
uit t7t 3?dn..a nd forc.oign tnets forde-- fur le
cottni. 14l,, fr corn and 42t.e . f ,r ist,te..
i.'c. triu tlur. ittl by sail, . fu r '~trn . i
(b,2c. for corn, and ic. for flour. To Bremae by C
caii --1iC. gold for cotton and 47s. d. for tobac,. te
To havre by dl i@-- fur cotton. Glagow by thi
sail lgjd. for corn. tho
jokn Sas rerilel.y:
'tTT Or JKIlV5r.O. March .5. 155s. t
Arrived yeetr.ylv -- 30 T,.xs Beevrs, 7G6 I
Crircs ad Yearltrtg at d 4 Mit,'h Ctws. tild -2.;l tI
'TIexns eves. 4I Calrves and Yearlitw, 31 dlos go
st;d , Mt-rIt Coas. thock tn slae--4t- Texi Sit
Breves, C;Lves and Yearlings, 443. lugs and 15
Milch Cows. W~e lu-te: :u
Te 5 e crorn fd, oiesaoestsi......... i? n at
'i',cS -ase rn f. dd qot'!'., ot rha ...4. 45tlt dat
l-uu 54*v laIl Ulrba ...d........ er " oI a
Ilson:'al st dqlslily. bad.. . 5( u)U *+5
Tsaea ('attU Id qaai5F, b ..d. . .25 .425..2. CII'
Eo*s S grea............... . -- 1 ) -- 1
Cheat. Inrt quallty, I heed................... Cat "I att
Bttrpe, .sndqsatitsadhs..........h......2 t 5 S ,
amlp. third qulaJty, 1 boad... . tilS 21,1
lterb Cowns chole, $ sA..................- -.I~i , A
yst.sR hWeId .....................1 Idtit
Olhr.h eed ........................t. tt ei 01 ,
0ae IIbm. ..bU .........................I. WO. OU
T'e Charleston Courier says: "Reports from
middle Carolina repreaent the Iruit trees as ntn
versa:ly backward tibi season, as up to the -'h of
March they were not yet in bloseoax. Heretofore
it haa not been an uncommon thing for them to be
in full bloom in February. Even the plum shows
no aigns of flower, and therefore it is generally (
expeeted that this will be an abundant iroit year
--by no means an nnlmportant Item to a people
anticlpsig a scarcity ol food."
The Chiag Poet deserva credit for getting off
agoedjoke, t if n t Radicalone..It ls:
"Johnsoa (A.)lue attempted another seriptrnl C
cbaracter-thkM f tbe Deluge. He wania to u
reign forty dae d forty nights more."
the Mo)Bile g r glta ofi equally s good ah
Joke in Ita reply:
"'Indeed It is pmls thg was dose us
cridit, for we eametdIlhtP ·dld tha it wu lent."
Yesterday was a e Iaftel 4s-the only fault
we contd have fnahd wa that It e rather too
wum fre the seM .
A astady sselthwet wind prevald all day,
causing the duet to fy around loose and radering
the levee fbr from beg uas agreeable plae.
BSiness war bettoer th it had been for a day
or two peat, and we moteed that some few of the
packets advertised in the Cuaiscu were reoeiv.
The Robert E. Lee. Prank Pargoud and Idahoe
seemed to be doing very will all day.
We are more then pleased to be able to state
that the poHlice have been very active of late in
keeping the space in front of the Oanal street ferry
tanding elear of the idle negroes who have hereto
fore made this their favorite lounging place. We
trust 1at they will now turn their attention to the
cold vietual dealers, particularly these who daily
make the Gravier street crossing the scene of
We are in receipt of the following diseatcbes:
" Vlcsar'ae, March 23.-To Sinnott & Adams:
The steamer Indiana will arrive Wedneday morne.
lng. Leaves hursday evening. R. E. Neal."
"Par cAsi, March 24.-To Sinnott & Adams:
Will leave Monday, instead of Tuesday. J. d.
Neal, low.pressure steamer Richmond."
" FnarvaroR, March 23.-To Capt. R. Rlnnott:
Will leave to-morrow at I o'clock. Will arrive
Thursday. Leave Saturday. P. C. Montgomery,
captain steamer B. I.. Hodge No. 2."
To O. L. u. ans A Bro.:
SnarVEPO.T, March 24.-Lafourche landed at 7
A. M.; made thirty-five landings. o. L. rons.
To Capt. R. insott, steamer Natoionl:
PnakevirowT, March 24. -Hodge leaves to-day ;
Bart Able leaves Friday. on schedule time.
W. C. HARRISON, Captain Bart Able.
To Alhaset Adams:
MEIPit'H, March 24.--Go. Alien leaves to day
with noo bales cotton; will get 1S00 bales at Na
JNO. T. HALL. Clerk.
The arrivals yesterday were as follows:
Wild Wagoner, Capt. Goddin, from Natchez,
with a good trip.
Monsoon, Capt. Stinde, from Jefferson, with a
J. Ut. Blackford, from Washington.
Betty Gilmore, Capt. King, from Lockport.
Thoe. Powell, Capt. Aecoin, from Tuibodaux
G(. W. Forrest, Capt. Seely, frow Lower Coast.
The departures yesterday were the pzr.sess
Robert E. Lee, Capt. White, for Vicksburg with a
The Great Republic for St. Louis had a mode
The T. D. Hine for Minden left with a very good
The Ezra Porter, Capt. Lee, for Jefferson.
The A. G. Brown, Capt. Baaett, tr Lower
coast had a fine trip.
The Thomas Powell for Bayou Lafourche with
a good freight.
The Frolic, Capt. Alban, for Jefferson, had a
late advices from the tributaries report them
The oficere of the Wild Wagoner have onr
thanks for tavors.
We were pleased to see our old friend Capt.
Jim White, on the roof of the Robert E. Lee.
yesterday. We trust that he may be continued in
command of this magnificent steamer.
Boats due: The Starlight, Capt. l.onallier, will
be at the wharf this morning ready to receive
The Lizzie Hopkins, Capt. Roots, will arrive
to-day, and leave to-morrow at 5 P. x. for Jeffer
son and all intermediate landings.
The Mollie Able and Lizzie Gill, from St. Louis,
will he at the wharf to-day.
She Indiana, (,apt. Neal, from Louisville, will
arrive to-day. She leaves at 5 P. w. tomorrow.
We failed to receive our Western exchanges
The Ruth was advertisid to leave St. Louis for
New Orleans on the 24th, and the Shark and
barges on the 5th.
" The try is still theycome." We are lnformed
that the Dora has been chartered for the Red
Ilates of freights to all points continue low.
The Independent packet litAboe, caot. Blanks.
leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for Camden and
all intermediate landings.
The great Frank Pargond, Capt. J. W. Tobin,
leaves at 5 P. x. to-day for all landings on the
Tbe Judge Fletcher. Captain Frank Keeling,
leaves for Camden at 5 P. Y. to day.
The river before the city continues to rise
slowly, however. Yesterday it was four feet one
inch below the high water mark of 15l2.
The Stt. Louis Republican of Sunday says:
" The weather continues bright and pleasant,
although moderately cool. A fair amount io
business was transacted on the wharf, and all de
parting steamers went out with full cargoes. The
swell in the river continues at a steady but slow
rate. The towboat J. N. Kellogg went out last
evening with eight barges, having an aggregate
cargo of 7000t tons, principally of ice. One item,
however, of this immense tow was 43.000 bushels
of corn in bulk. shipped from the llinois river
tli rogh to New York. The City of Pekin, which
arrived yesterday from Peoria, bad in tow a barge
loaded with 26,000 bushels of corn in bulk, which
goes through to New York. This. is the largest
amount of grain ever placed in one barge on the
t estern waters."
From the Vicksburg Times of the 22d instant:
Te weather was delightful yesterday. Business
was dull on the levee. The raver continues to rise
Fox OtAcurrT RivaR.-The superb Frank
Pargond, under the command of Capt. Juo. W.
Tobin, leaves at 5 P. x. to-day, for all landings on
()achita river, taking freight and passengers for
all points as high as Arkadelphia. She also makes
close connections with regular packets for all
rivers and bayoustributary to the Ouaebita. This
nisagnitient packet is too well known for us to
say aught in her behalf Mr. Geo. Williams has
charge of her office, in discharging the duties of
which he is ably assisted by Mr. B. C. Benedict.
(han. B. Lindsay and Joe Walker are her pilots.
and we can sfely say that no men are moro
familiar with the O)nsohbta than they are.
TRI-WseiF.lY NATrctL PACKET WILD ~WAo'nEn.
This fleet passerger packet, under commaud (f
that well known ofil-er. Capt. A. C. Goddin,
leaves a hch-,e a' 5 o'c!ok this ev ding. Mr. J.
C L:haro. Jeft. J.,-ay and Hy. Mlller are her we I
kLoar. a' d at:ri-ive clerks. T' W\aoner has
bee m,' a plrn:anent fixtlre in this trade, and w
are rei'ly e-r.-l to vee that 'mror merchan's anl
th:Ce -f Natchez splre iaje her as she otcht to
be. We are Cl dC to -i- Jt. Pusey, '"the irre
pressible,' back at his poet.
Il:.-e'I\tor-T IA(CKET -iK CvtL.\ .--(apt. J.
W. rlarnik tuiks oult the !Idaho ;t -. 0. ."o-d iy
ir all landu ;l, on Otliactta riaer ai h!h a ('i ': ,
dten. W\'e hope that s ie will leave with her guarl
on tlhe wa'tr ard all the peontle she can carry, and
j:iditg frcm thie way in which the w.is recentii'
'isi.rdir ce -.ing, we think she will. Cpt':in
tlanks des rves success. Being a " native to the
n a.or bhorn.' we sh uad he i'lriseld if tic T)-t.
pe ,f the neia, t( < car, trv d.I r .t ·tand tby ib n:.
llef ..f tle !itoe i n1 m -,,l tvf,ho
r,,.t ar~, i . e. t Il.k on the ricer, 5MI t.i. C. A.
Ercard an:d W. T Mrrir..
I-a 'itu" a , 'ieT.- The retiular pa-kit N' t mn t'.
Caspt. It. Niunoitt, leaves fir the ,la . ax Ii l iri
termediate landings on Ried River at 5 o'clock
this evening. The aecommodations of the Na
tional are unsurpassed by any boat in the trade.
Mlr. F. C. Fiodren, an a.complihbed and genial
gentleman, has charge of her .ffi-e.
Flii Bla l rc eLauIl cTr.-The favorite Hetty
(, !:!hvre. hhder rcom(land o[ tlSt tIh(orouh b ·stan
b atin.an, Capt. KiIg, Iave- for all lan lini o.i
tlie salve srtaiam t' i layi. ati F. M. She is a
go'd boat, with clever oPcere and deserves
Foe ('an.r.--The Judge Fletcher, Capt. Frank
Keltg, Harry I,. Wat:a. clirk, leaveu fir the
above anid all Intermediate lInding- at " r. t. to
day. She is one of the best steamers in the trade.
acIT her passenger accommoda'ions are ore i led.
,t i Jitt d .It,.N.- -he J. M. 'har. Ca t. Lao;,
leaves as above at 5 '. a. to day. >odl boat anl
A aOK WrITMIOVr A NA..
TEWAUT. SABiMATE d VIZUEl
W. 3t OWmv-llTR-JoH C. PIt o Kois.
(W. . GALBEATv-wu aTBWa-O. a. vInSu
Iemphls; AZDRW BITWArT, u. 0.)
Wn. Ut Umles street, Nmph~ies. m
LAPP melo. * cS..
1Ot. L CLAPP, SORT ILAPP, J. I. GUERR
Iletem ete~ and Commhnese usebuame
55 UNION sTaKEE,
UNIVRSBAL NEURALGIA PILL.
A efs Certetad sd Spee Can
EIIURALIA AND ALL NERVOUS DI3AMl5
ITS wNOS ARE AGOICA. It to o SraMV g
R easdy in a mases of Neuaraldsa Pe, els o ..bs ang a
perfect cure in less thea tweuty-bar ars, tbres the e uso
more than two or three Pills.
No other form of Neauralta or Nervomus Disease bee d
to yield to this
WONDERFUL EMIEDIAL AGENT.
Iven In the enverest cases of Chronic Neraigl mad uss
rtl aweros derangemeonts-of many years standlag-affectiag
t's entire sstem, ait use for a few days, or a few weeks at
the utmost, always affords the most asoalishlg rtsf, sad
very rarely fabls to produce a complete oud parmanent een.
It contains no drugs or other materials to the slightest do
prem Injuronu even to the sadt delicate eytem, and ma
always be uad with
It has long been In oseetant us by many of our
MOT EMINEN PHYSI0IAMS,
who give It their analmoss and unqualifed approval.
east by mail on reeipt 01 pries and postaga
One prekag, $1 00. Puatage. Seautb
fix package, $S6 0. Posage Ill ee.
Tuelve packages, $9 I. Poatsag, 48 eas.
It is sold by all whelsae and retail dealers in drig and
medicines throughout the United States and by
TULRNERA Co.. sole Preg ort,
1211 Tremont StreeP, Beena, trIs.
EXTm ............................... L A..J...
Mr. Mowe's Nade of Uata a Vma masa .
By removal of atmospheri pressure, leal sad lateralt ao
ges-tos ae Instuatly relved, which restorea h alI ia a
large class of dteases. It eanese vigorous arealaitea of blood
Into and through a part operated spon, a oearn of which
aeurishes, tInvigorate and enlarges, peralsaamly, lmal, weak
,rgans, by restortg bhe eqailbriam of sataur's bloeed-fed to
them; by wthch It to a relable remedy for Parlvreed or
Shruna es Parts. Impoteney or Weak Renal Power., Spume
terrhC or Semlnal Derangement; Dimaes frm Sell Abker,
Painful and Inoontinence of Urine, Ealarged PrestrateObst
nate Dleet. Varloeela, certain forus of Strislare, ae.. whist
ether mema rarely we. Hundreds have bean tau d is
Nis Medieal Mawse
Eradicate Contittionao l Syphilis, Skin Dtamse, m. Hae
Rheamatiem and Mercury from the sysLem, whisk meditdae
alone fail to reach; but ueed togeth~er ege wonderfal susa
Prraet DIeeaoee Cared Speedtly.
Bemedies prepared ndd farnished for al fers ef dis i
acute and chronic. of either sex.
Office bour from 8 a. a to 8 P a Oeasulttite aes.
Treatment tesh Charges moderane. Strictly eoaedeatid.
A. T. 01WE M D., 1 larMonn strees,
Wear e.al. Wow tarltsm.
rs trees. reuefariern of the MaIlhkff dIttae:
nlou men-t barre examined the patent that was wanted
Son by the L'.5 Gonvernment for msauf ctsrlug the· Iethff
Btter, and found in the ingrerdiet wmp loyd a ceampound
well ealnclato to excite and ha In gold md-r the dgeltiva
orgi. I have preaierbd .aid Bittren several ms, and i
evry lnstaeeo I bad oeeasion to aereruita their men dadl
effectcL I remain, genI es. re reepeetully, yoer mete
obdient servnt . .MERII IE, M- D. I9t Canal eo.
I aves eaxmled th patent you hold tor the manhusturof
MalakefL Bttern, and fllnd noehg in the Lgrediete therm f
calculated to aet laej sly up the henma ses. unl
tahoe i Iniurdlnutre outiEis. Itldoed It is n-tiobl g to
eordtal aromatc, hitter. s. A. lIrTH, f. in
Your Mala, mitter, whchL t have emmense.d, do int
ontain any irgedlai Injurroun to health, and mar bLn ro
meaed to these whe arn la t oo f o a i d tonle
Tours. M. IIUPPR , I . L D.
ALCU ICEI .................... EILm
TlI NEW INVENTION VICTORIOUIS.
Dr. Ce srd Sltam e, Damttet
16 ............ ST. CHARLES. STREET ............ T 18
The Alminlfm sot of TErTH, the ewest Investlan of the
ate to be had aecompl d in Its ame an teonlvlperehtlon,
at the estabhlllment, at the hbovornamed srreet. eateng in
toe world to be cumpared to it. bother gold aed t lver is
equal to its value, for t Is of i weight.
CuBE AND TRY AND BE SURPRISED.
Let progres haves afair chance.
Atml aleml . 416 mad 411 St. IObarleo.
SIDICD AL ............................. I EDICAL.
Dr. J. WHITEr hD hbd tim advseiages sad expedr as
which large cities, North and South. afford i an extensive
practice in all forms of dsase, mere than thirty years. This
experIence enables him instantly to perceive the remedies n
dIcated-tor either sen sa i all g d a onettal .
Privte Dilease uch as FEMALE AIrINETS, GUI.
TAL WI AKNE'B, PILPO SYPHILIS and ONO(O.
Rid EA, in the met sgravased farms, are speedily erad and
every vestlle of tat and dlsrdor eradioatld from tahen lnre
system ;the skin Is restored to i. native besaty sad the deans
organism to Its normal heaith.
Persons deslrlng Dr. J. WhIre's advise nad · sadl will
rat at the rotnor of S1i oarla and Jluia etretd n ea ther
ar rvteral Dr. Whites In the city.
YeLU te dll y crsioLe.i iL IseYUSISI
BY GRIMIAULT & CO.,
e rast e il t . L U. PrInletn Iarpteo
0 RUE RItHELIEU. PAiAl
ie Mare Cad L ver OL.
ONInIAULI'S iTAUP OF IODIZED SORUYX AISl
Ta1r sy rup Is nply)id wtb the gratert oors in pinae o
Cod LiverOil, to whachIt Is Isnt uol np.orlo.. It curedi
a e of the cst, E a, lymphatic diorer grs -
am. mouslalr stoland lce of *ptimeate. It r le tarte
aordeti,nl hy pnrivie.g tLo iaaod uId In l word the mni
po d tpl a d iptrve Soowo It nerse fatigues t stome.
ard h.. wls and io odminisd with the rETaa dreary t.,
yeone enlldras oulba,-t to humors or batruLrtiou of the ghled
GP!MAITLTIn o UP IO lETrtLUrtItATE O1 IIMP
That arm melicau n s B asorersul remedy in pbthlsis and
other oanlleee ot the lungsl. prenprly remove al. the mat.
sie, alesi pmltas e Tesrugb is relived. t: ndalrt sweart
reo. drid thr otlundt rapiraly eanernr hal hb ith,
ho Mora Powcrtl of the Blood OId Sale
Cias sew nraagaanr-a asodicuic coat.l ai the elturensaatM dhe
ai! ltlerto ,,lernd bt iLe pD11k as ilauldd. re,lr and taste
con. Itapelll ctrn erllorels pineli the1stomach Iu
dtrentiamr 6daacrunoviau aI, d aarnmlaa
I.3r ot.,:. It 1.,! th.I,!a ';-t ur redlotoe of Part room.
·.trray trlta ar-ema. tilo s: fto nr ypre,,e atacdbnd Irmn
et- stl ety, nrr, s' Orno!t up. aleworb, r en ral deillait,
mea pom..o thk!c,dsa
I is ter tult rrtlrrtlnae the t ner eeeeeU TOtIrpIu.,
a h t a bh s te e r st lattel,, et stomsehs.
gre ues leam oa-hcsu ead Nem aletCeL
Da.sstaI eusllyeet - od byl
L RIeAULT'* oIAIILIAN A BANUlI .
A vegetabis oulatance. seed fom time Imm r In Ba
and ntirely inseolsist
Better Than. qHebe
IAULT' Loam. LEn ANtD LOasgu [Ii OP
---ero all other prepesaoli-t hnae !n.era, the propartioun
vll lIiwys efcta cnre t.,liroeosra r*rlrld aod eorzt rdltary
onre otl seoe reesat sod onron le ounse of private dies
The) are nerd in tie bhoplt'in , Paris. cy the oelcbsated 0'
Bie td. rud rarr .,ad greotly oluora.,r to sil hito artab kuaw
a. so r'n.eca]les and C,,aiha a:ll ¢e.t~b·. The afctsu ti
rdl is revert ulitd corssulal in more adhrlr re.
eral epot In Pole at OIiIA T I• CO.'I
Obemin to . L U- Prince NsW~odso
Seldbew Orlemh DUPONOII,
Aed ever gd chemIs
GI NAUIbT d" O.'S
Olbmts to a. L HL Prince Npolu. 4 rae El i. Prais.
Tito pnparlca ee ti grea advalet e of euolmnslag two
mest powergfl tsnoulb own in the eadlal world. Of 0 eris
aciity, and angr l taste thLi SyBru is tkes with peineP
sai sits t moat delIcate stomaeh
in is psi ncltec the FRtRUGiIOU T ONt o w,
esi pelrsons h ad In abatlg the eg pubeItI as
plyd Isn the tretmet of" Ch rsis Ame Pal a-__
r nt of Appetit Poe o Steed. ets.
Agast I New Ver r Ni IKEN I30m eB. -on
( Motsrs. DUCO0.I. DLOOHN asd the m
D NI. UIN 51i JAli' DSGTErIVU
lkalieus aLeca aerele meet aidl oeasa o
tlhe thagmest ofdi , eithr it petl se
ether Phyolnlt admit to be a as p i --l
geeti F the lItergmaI of h w m be
umaisl eod It may be statd b re a I.
de W1e ato
veer odme", ..
NeW asze E ias.
s s3511, h., Pew eb W"Mm a VA
NAOM s eaMil
MS eoas s wuar.
fl T. iDrrs a e..
OOTTO3 PACtTO I
*b1 SGeeral 1 emms hbMewMA
.I S WlOM si Y .T,
eo. P" a e.tlb aie- b
as e Oiaeeies. snbew ouaes
O.e for gseod somptc p ete-ied 10,
k IW W. t.. a Imes.
w L 633533£ 00.. YIr
e. i P3D3IL 0IDO i .
new Oeameem La
S UANDB 5. AeUi l .
IW Oeremet stm. adew soem.
SIIF a "m arssns
007MR FOACOM AND oeNxiSoU I!"
ns0 OrasSew eaewe.
!agose 0. L EING t 00..New Tertk; Fr M LTO
ed. eBRS. NirnpL)
dASi LU,-OU*WG L
WI I me3ardeles earee.
wUe fMe tIA
Iletw Aris, sU e Iu sEmml. B. AI5er.
G0o1Gm MAOOsIIS AsD OOUmlO MMMArLa
/m. .s emiew4is. e.see..
is. Orleans. s.
B- Odt.r. L
H BrIa, TlI " 1I s'i u
as Ia IIAOI aram, llw OIcltaIm.
ew em te ea e4ibemse 4
IAMEB M. IKER, New r0sm; 1P. W. NrAII
oTTON IICtONS ANUD 0011IMION EINOANTSo
5L . e0 Pews le tes1eS,
te o 0mn.I
errtOCER LoS WINES ETC.
1 The undelrsigned having here semotnted Role Agamt IN the
SUnitdUedBtee 1rthb esterateod CHAMPAGNI WINKL of
MeIrsr Baldle & 0o . Ch.tesu de Lades, Vermeasy, Fraes,
f begs tW Intrm the pubics that he has just eessed as leesoe
f of wveral qauhine, to watch h. .yewsld der t am isse of
the Trade. H.tl Beeper C utb Ro e med 4stesesem
. A First Class Medal was awarded to this Wine as the oerI
E spoettion of tsrt yea r its emprler qality
t is s e bee for y hay yeast fme"b anew. In Esees
where Its esle has been eten.. A stock will hbe es
.tastly keptt hand at the Ageney, . Lethis ey, whe Is.
will be offered for sale at ap3los more Ioderae tlea thai
usually asked for WVim of so Se a qua)lt
s omla tes Merewas
BiRTR & HAZ Y-t
a(I. . nERR-PETER HART.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FANCY
No. 71 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLUANS. LA.
Country nOriens Promptly atteded to.
N. N.-O- ods dolivered to ay Iart of the city free of dravage.
MtOOUS MAz ISTANT,
WrOLSIaLS eIASUI o1
LiQUORS, SPIRITS, WINES, CIGARa, ITS., ETC.,
3o. T chtoolas street, and the Bar Wareese,
memro Dame seet. corne t' omm. as
Always o hand, a leare tock or Bourboe, omeshgeb.
Rye and Berctfh Wbtkaes. which we offer to h trade ed
ibheral toro. and at the lowest maret stee.
Fursw1EE LIP I JQUOB
WEIL & BROTHER,
IMPORTERS AND GENERALt COIIMIOII
MereLamte aid Deasles
IMrORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LTQUORSB,
Respectfally inform the publi tha thty have ·rsove
N.. I3 Orarter Street,
]etwe Cemp ad Is. Charles stree., ad have bau as
eaisd by olate arrival from Lorope complete stoek of
PURR WISSI, BRANDT AND LIQUORS,
And that bavirg made contracts with the best dieiillwer hi
the We.t, they wil keeap oensneJtly ea had the choleei a
BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES.
Their oods bhlag ehoace In every respect, they lask sare
ot the puhlie paromag,eae invIte a iapectloa from bhyer
WElL A SRO.. No. UI) Grser earms,
Beswenm (mp and SLt Charles ee
-AND DMLER~ IN
WINES, LIQnORS, CORnIALR, ITC.,
M.a W Conti treet, corMer of Cly,
hear the Levee,
JOM AADEIrI O i 4) ..
(JOHN ANDERSON, le of Shropuhtbe, Andersoua a OC
F. L OBIP rN.)
voorseeSp TO sAsooN a co0a
-'AA eSASI e a1
7n1 WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS. 30..
-Ase, Dsele ,l
OM Le ,d N, I SO Leeleelnst.
W . ILeII - O II .U.
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no 51 CORD ward LIr D BLACK( TUBR
Per tbHP OIU-P~rrj~Pi.&i.
Pu ..l ...nt of YS DO LLAA
NO ad.tela .d be v PAID MO 1A/o OWbN of ono
1n...1..et 3~ tdw60
US BO l isto...W..ra...n am s....
Us il3 ej.I~t~etov .. ae
~~~r ~ ~~~~ua .5)~OlC~0 1nr dh·r
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Ever. pats.. obtatee a Watm . thss umgmCsil
be I).h~~rl. It sta be wosh 5101) Eoala gyatc.
Isse lirufiasgog sa Lag Lr th sitoa. QCed mie
sssss saD .s..i sITued . Ulsnas.. Ut:::: ed Istosto
sawedO sql Ibels· s ortlflas. aps pmeto f TmL( Derla,
obsbs I bel ao WaD~l·shcrlJ 51t) ed assb ovbm S Tb.
Bnamas sh ruams. sp n pqelmepsmtru s St~ ft. veet.
ma melp aithsaled toeinu thi Silsean d u·owr· m ,u sotLete
rhrrb~lrbesad move.Q r~ulis sce uls e
u~~~a ma mupseb Watch 1w II I ?.~~of~
Agetr athe oiin .mptsrY mset this Is aI,. ~rar me
Me. ST W.U Suve.*.r
EARYN UNI1. P1.11300. RUm
Lbs. ~ 1~ a:1 1 meer Sth hsnm
Em. U * AL NW.NE Tn
OeIo·bs ailed. AVrAMEGE dTNorT, whin
aiE IUI to OI bloeuV m e
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