the im- then, so hostile can and conclusion- that confidence some apprehension into sacuve We expect had been seuii ovftr for investment. Â· - ^ 1 More than 1 ta-'Week.han elnpsed since the an'ivul of Dr..Peebles and his assistants, bin owing to non-arrival of instructions fr.ODi ;i Wushingto'iJi the Cnstqhi : 'Hpu3p is not yet open for bbsinGSS. The port -is closetl tn .all uommercii, and vessels cau ueither.'e'nter or ilepart. ., . . . . . . , -There are.several vessels awaiting freights ; aevcrnl partly laden have not b*en permitted complste their cargoes, owiug to: orclBra of tbe Treasury agents. 'Â·. Â· . ' : - ' : ' : :Â·Â·' i People in' the uity and country live suSering-for much" needed supplies,- antl'ail 'ititcregts are suffering.' suffering.' 1 ; - . Â· - ;-,! ;.-') :" i '. . Â·Â·Â· (.' Â·Â·''.'Â· : \ -in justice 'to Bc.'PeeBleSandhia.uBpoty.Mf.'T. A. Barke, "we state "-that these gentlemen are responsible for tlie delay in iunyardin|r the sa'ry iristrnctibas.. ,, Â· '