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.nIDI)AY MOHNING. JIll.Y 7. 1,O;.
wu Oirleans Ston)e # iarhet. (I~srrJlr.crr e .mt, aat arnerles Fri .ey Iteltng. Jdly ii, te The Gold msarket opened quiet this morning at, yesterday'a closing figures, 150ll1051, but it toon r rallied under favorable advices from New York, o and after some very slight subseiuent hlctuations, a whi Il were almost wholly influenced by telegramst fromI the latter city, it closed firm at about l.j id cent. advance for the day. The supply on hand has indicated a material increase since our last, and operations have 1been heavy blth out of doors and at tile 11roker'e Board. We subjoin particulars 0f the foirmer A3 flllows, viz: ;3000 at lbO ; $.'5tUO at 150.j: $2000t, $3000, $1000 and $50O0 at 15il; E·1000, i3 000 and $1t,000 at 151$; $3001) and tl:3,)000 at 151': Vto50. 0'ol)0l. $10,000, $10,000, 1 1,000 and 220,0t01) at 1:' : ilO,000 and $10).000 at 152!: ; 0,0ll00. bc:.oht by one party, at 152.j, and $20,000 at 1.52t . Saht'4 of ,ilver have been conlticd to $)t000 Ai!eri an halveo and quarters at 141. We notw quolte G.0d at 152i152., and Silver at llnr1 :. for Anmerican: coin, and 152s@13".4 fer M(Ixican do, an1 . 1oluu ENCHANGE [-The IilIIlWin Li IlIi' ljs dEilo~cd an improved feelng in lavor of oun- I d(. I ils, with a Alight weakness in bank diawi' raIt- t y.dav, while i'raneLL have L dLclgo v:ry ILt , il.al y, valriation. Of.ili ngs l the il rm r w,. irge than for some time pa , owialto, C . JI t,.. "01 sveral bund:'vd bale- uI cA tto:. t,1I lvhrp,,i Ir account 0 1 ,I -rI aJ1d1 th, rdol; .i: tIld French Exchange montinuel rdtried ti, ;r::,t., i t. T ie following i i, i th pri p. gale fi tl 4, dL , viz : 0t 100 Bill rf Lading St.rling lat I '. _ 1 ii )L0 (Clear hills at i lii. , I at CI, i i, n11 d L ]i lt at j, i i ) banke l ' at 1,, and £2'0i bank at 165. alieLoi i Frai i have bIL i l iad d t, liL00f, plivat re, l Id il . : Io'd I e',.02i ol. the . llttRie t!Li ve.l `- al" ,- l anik I: ancs, and :l. ;: i u. Il," oln'! ilorw 11011 Ct'i-ilien l T pilANG - nvelit we 1,-I, Il , fllh exillhited a light rai ti ut-day it lav ofill . ,i It Offering ,,t e L!Lii i in'l ul o I ei wliii, CrLed, unnr larger siala of ,,) Lion f,,r .; Ite ,uanter has dischied al rmodralte Iinill S', f.lowing inclutde th W t h he pc Ii ii It culies by bankas and anktdny or , Niz; fi. cent, pra.: jo,0io it r -( t, fi(I. . a::d j7000 and $20,iou0 at t- cent. prem.; and J _.I, ). thirty days' sight at cent. dloilunt. -11 e ( ,ing quotations are: (l . ceot. prem. att oai. an a par@t9 dii cent. pIren. out 0o' doorI s I,r ight che(kol on trde Northern ti. Up to t of bu,1iness only one or two balkA ha'! low r, th, c|Qecking figure t, " c(-t. prem. ., :l.NET NOTE. AND - r:nks-Tile move me t ei i licurrent Notc - . f the Inr,," ar,- . it-. Noltei atit: , a,.! the sales G! st, '1_ | eav, ic:.,:ded no operatioui in any cla6 UPM ti- strcet. Yesterday tile city rairoad coomp.ny Ice the payment of lheir la-t divi, and aA their transfer boI) s we.re then ol,." tl tILe first t'Lre since the date of the meenLtg of d to. when the dividend was dJlared, we havo ropied the tranqfers of yesterday and to-dty, w eh comprised the tollowing, viz : 2. 10. 11. 12, " 1 ( , 1;. 16 , 13, 20, 25, 2l, anid 27, y, day, and 10 shares to-day. Ti.' - ýe7 at the Board of Irouke:| have bee :, in thw fou'wi na order. viz : > . .. ... .... . .ti t; N 4"4,4,,, ,444', ..' . ""4 . 4 4, - li nk ,i f I,'itk. -' d y , '" t e, a e e B nig: t, ' ' r, tlcin d ,: a d the n markt: ia troent aIT ath "APt J kI IN- 4+ t.,!O , .;,, 1 !- :- 1 , happroedJ Marof 1han the" .,lh tion of tary b efo' 'i ' t.yi ill ,' y (1B a'n '. - t 1'4 li t' L onl'y 1- rat' r nore ia 4 o l, 4hiefly operatr I old, wo a y t . h rttt fe int,.ret. 4in4 denand ioan ther r, more (il" 1 ex ..p INtrai s ati4 n at k , - ceno t., I!but 4 c e . )i . ui , taihtd n.iree f uiet t .oil2l at oI cent. t f'ial dxhaugek is n4 4at1. TIhre i_ sme,, eor(4 t, i neat0 o r ie t4erBn, I 4 il the demand ri Nery qi,4It 4o.oli dxtrreshe 4e4etey nearG!11, i i20 t.0 St iiro till cornsiderable activityin governmentat emuritiey. A considerable amountof the tran sac operad, IIIe;or, allowio g aror a sudr tpay ithratels tion4 4 ,4wever, i5 due too he changing of 44d 4ive tenties for o ther bonds and een-s thirtiear, owin to tie temporary dif rente of pce ibetween thile Ition. Thi are quiet, at 5uinil a'el cent. cl " tse ,A onsiderable mou the traon tnte 4 -ta twenties 144 other bonds and s44Žen4thirtie4, o4144 44 to fhie te he sorary difference of £689,5e between lie r, tiwo A seulaties the conse quence oin toe I movement is a decline of about ', on fve-tsweties d of '2, and a corresponding advance in thos4e of later dates and ten-lorties. Seves.lhirt t s are loWer. ' iV The News says: W4 The government securities have been veiy 2c tive p during t4e day, and the market is strong and ad- b vancing. The 7-30 notes sold higler to-day thnu 4 eer before. The following is t1 e official notice relative to hereodemiption of certifitees o indebt W"44sH4,eO4 ,5 D. 4 .. at . 26,41444. I Notice is hereby given to holders of certificates of i:n4debhdneoss, issoed under acts of Congress4 approved March i and 17, 1S62, that the secretar of the treasury, ie accordance with said acts and the tenor ot said certificates, is prepared to re deen before maturity all certifinates ofio4rebtedness c falling d4e after August :31, 1266, with accrued interest tlereon, if presented for redemption on or before July 15, 1866, and that hereafter such cer tificates will cease to bear itereet, and will be paid on presentation at this department with interest r only to said 15th of July. aval11 MCCULLOCH. Sec-Wy Ti:lee disbursements of the treasury will put afloat about forty-five millions of currency within the next twenty days. FooaiNn M.u4ARKET4.--By the Jav.a we have news to tl:e Itih June, when thle dii-,unt rate of tile Bank of England was still 10 7p cenlt. (Consols closed in the evening at 1.i@r,4:'O, five-twenties at 'TI' r0ae of interest in thie European citiesi i. a4 follccco: l,-4dou, 10 -0 ;lPati., 1- 31 : Vienna, , -04 41 4rlin, 9--44 : .iaklcoet, 7 -74 histe' a (;, " : Taitni,, s 9 : Brussels, 6 -_ : Madrid. nom inal: llamburg, 0--7 St. Petersburg. 5 . - , SMessr4. Sattellthwniteas circular report sthat in American securities there has been a fair amoulit of ibuicue., doring tie past week in the 4l,4ndn market, and oni the whole prices have been well maintained. United States 5-20s at one time touche4 ! 66, but from this point there has been a reaction, and thle closing quotation is about the same as this day week, viz : 64 to %. The settle ment in course of arrangement to-day has de veloped a scarcity of 5-20 honds. The chief feature in the Bank of England return is tbe great increase of £1,202,934 in the coin and bullion, by which the total is raised to £14AdS1,Ž1S5. The week' s increase exceeds by nearly £200.000 the amount of gold received by the bank from abroad, after allowing for sundry withdrawals, and from this circumstance it is clear that coin is returning to the bank from the internal circula tion. The bank has gained about £400,000 of de posits, as well as £501,568 in the shape of repay ments of advances made by it on private securi ties; and thus, notwithstanding the increase of £285,051 in the amount of government securities held by the bank on its own account, the reserve exhibits the satisfactory increase of £689,509, making the total £3,515,650. The nominally "ac tive" circulation has increased £513,425, owing to the large reserves stored up, as a measure of pre cantion by country bankers. The amount of notes in circulation is £25,966,. 345, being an increase of £513,425 ; and the stock of bullion in both departments is £14,481,895, showing an increase of £1,202,930 when compared with the preceding statement. The Bank of France return for the week ending June 14 shows the following results as compared with the previous account: Increase-Cash, 10, 750,900 francs; commercial bills, t4.000.000 francs; advances, 700,000 francs; treasury balance, 19, of),of)()t fr rw ; e .-, r.nt !I ent, 7 :;:31l600 1ra c .[lt l 1W,, I ; Ai . . (M. " i t . Tile nrC, kee,' Cireuilar Hays : There has ibeen t good trade demand thronglhut the week, espe.ialy for ADDer i il desoxll tione. The atc oiunls fromi Manchcl(tete IlIVe indieicAted Kit ilicneead businese in the llan ulaacturing districts, and notwithstanding tile nhe rehlensiolns of inmnediate hostilities uon the con tinent, prices are maintainted, whilst in Bojrne ie tslo nees andvalr:e upin Iast week's quotatioln has been obtained. American continues in geoeod request, and has gradually advanced ~(@Id. 4 lb. on last week's rates. The salea ot the week amount to 71,710 bales, ideluding 4710 on specula tion and 10,400 for export. The quotations are as follows Fair MIddling. Nrei lenan 1.. ...t . te. M(I ll . r.... (3d 14t m,,+.n . . . d. 1*0( Tra..... .. n I . lid. Yesterday (Friday) the market was quiet but stadly. with ca!es of C000 buies middling--1000 for speculation and export. The stock is estimated at 1.l:MCt,5,50 bales, including 440,7!0 Anmericau. At sea, from ludia, 531,000 bales, and from A merica., 0,000. BIceAuA.on-eRo-Mlcusrs. Richlardson. Spence & (o. and Brace: MlcAulil& report: Flour firmer and Is. dearer for sacks. Wheat in good demand, aol held for e2@:3d. pler cental advance: winter red and Southerne, lO. Gd.cidtls. Corn, uenler Ieavy imlports, ie 53(4iid. per quarter lower on the vclek : nixed, 20s. ed.cn,12). 3d. Pi'ec,locei. -Mensrs. Bigland. Athya & Co. and Winl. Gardner & Co. report: Beef firmer and mnre e,ting. Pork is in botter re euesot, and 2s. ;d higher. Barcon steai;er and in more demand. Ihard inaetive and I.eu Iinal. Cleese in steady de i1lal t at flh I prires. I' l :, l: i:-'rhfe reker circular reorts: Coee e ed, I,)sini full: Amer;cart e . 6). c . ee , e e irits of e urpentine le t t A e,,e rwae. ls.: Fr enere. 4 e. Petroleum t: i re-eee ,l I1. 111.@1 2.: s irit. 101d.@ l. ],u,,, M.6tý.it ol. -lissr-. Baring Bros. N Co. reert: Breadltullts fitn and well suppill rteC. I I , , e:I e t: bar- ale e i . e ;. SC otch pigs, e;e . og irt ti adti ,n ith,ý -lpot. "tit dearer for flo, tuig,, 'rv , W 'I P,. o, t .CC Tea e ,tivdee Rief. ItIIe . u . ,-. 2;. b,: refined. Spirite , l r r Crtitw. 4- . I. -ren,: sh ea a d Ie t . ? : ..7... . F;e , . . o.e -(C tto, -Sal - IV,l! ! ++ i] +[ . Commnneriai , ent1Iieflnc. I11 -" able ie , ; tei , c of our el a:ket since ir ia nd T, l;e d,,l ma;,d :o Mo la he u , a, heretfore. hav. - 7. ,lr ied , L ! linited, aod i no s: ,r Io 1rb Sugr rle t sma1cll or irregula 2 n 6 It I f, . a)a ppear to i e disinter- ::c oted s wctatos i the prcsent movement, and do dlisplo not S.c Ic be t la: dastur, d a a to the future I 17c. cImUE of the s:le. depi'te the wear murmn s eig from Eurolpe, wieil te t very few whose fears have te Lee: wriuaht uponp anel as tihoe ewhose necec- lIle; ities compel them to realize at short notice. I cl:a ,.ive to submit to t 'le lresent ruling fiigures, l (coi Traactios to day have been confined to wer :;I bales. divided among seven brokersc 21c V:.:! t:,' j:iaret d q el-ed quiet at yesterday's quota- i tierc t:., whi. h we rep.het as oluiows, viz. : Ordinarl i. 27 7.: g ood ord:ary. a; l7. :10w mdadling, the S . a: n .id , '.0 d 7o,.t Yesterday and. tier, t, day. 1, cale ai 2t bales and 2!. bales ihave eg ec;i entered Itr shipment to Eurole by holders i g wlo thiný they can subserve their interests better tlhe y p'-rs: ing this course then by accepting the hrir pr, set oilering rates here. We, of course, do not I mci.ude any of the above in our reports of actual i sae', but their effect has already been partially demonsitrated by increased sales of foreign ex- we changy thics mornieg. Tile sales of cotton for iof t:e awek foot up 440 bales. against 4137 bales it lait week. and 432,i bales the week before. Toi The net receipts for the week have been 31li1 t.ri ibes, against di bales last week and 2,0o bales bbl the week previouns. The exports for the week have been !l'cl bales, against ',c55 bales last eeli i :t i 7o bales the week previous. And the stick l bun chi:d at cn schiaari this evening is 10c.72 13 ilale a~-it l1l.lui bales last week and 116.771 ou ldlces at tie closing of thle previnous wee. The exortsi for tle week have been in the subloined t Iorer, v:z :,.. bale for New York, 2132 bale i ,r wilvre F1l07 I les ri r Boston, e147 bales fori 1i i 'p5 ck P 17 I at es flor lt0iniore. 50e bl. 0 sI IV. i. ;r ar nd 4fý ;,!des for Bordeaux. , -ATY._EZ T Ok COTO.N. .; ··! , c cc.: c-ic-c' ci c, i'c' i .' ' ,' .± .i c, cci.. . .... .. ............... , l c i i ic in e ll St.iK "n anra: and ,.e *,. ; "',-a' naz ~~enred ............ 7u,.7 l l S ,.c. I M,:.<I:; There have belln o re% - eipt sof Suga. froi the coast during the past week. f an nil 1;!c I\bbls. of Mlnolassls have come to hand, iia 7 hbls. which were received sinco yester ,l y. T!*e market is almosilt entirely bare of I. eaa:la Sugar and lMolasses. althoiugi the for eign production isin good supply, blut tihe demand 1o- eitclc r has beens of a very restricted character, d IHoclders have been very firm in their asking prices, and would not sell at any reduction in their rates. t Te sales of Louisiana Sugar for the week include 4, hLis., and ofe Molasses 176 bbls. There has been a moderate retail demand throughout at 12sl e @13c. for common, 14ic. for fair, 15ic. for prime. N 17c. for yellow clarified, and 17ic. N lb for white bl do. Cuba Sugars rule at 12i@13c. for Nos. 12 and i i'. The seles of the imported Sugar for the week c include 50 hhds. and 1i0 boxes No. 12 sold to-day on priv ate terms, and the sales of Molasses col- cs c prise 50 hhds The movement in Molasses has al d- been of a very limited character, and quotations I( n are merely nominal. at 50c. for common Louisiana, P It and c0@53c. j, gallon for Porto Rico. The imports a for the week include 400 hhds. and 2961 boxes of Sugar--no Molasses. and the exports are 13 hhds. c e of Sugar and 150 bbis. of Molasses. I t FLona--Tihe market during the week has been quiet and in the early part of it prices were t e weak and drooping: but later, owing to an in- B ins creased demand from the country, holders became ed more firm in their asking prices. The receipts - o' have been liberal, especially for those of supertiue I aid and double extra, but single extra was in only est moderate supply and in better demand than the 7 other grades. The sales for the week comprise f c700i bbls. at $9 25@$ 09 50 for superfine, $11@$13 fur low extra, and $14 75@$17 for choice baling brands. To-day tile market has been quiet with a ws downward tendency. owing to increased receipts. Ie Th:ere were, however, sales of 2095 bbls., of which t 50 choice extra at $1 , 100 do. on private terms. 270 and 7c good extra at $1: 75. 150 do. at $12 25, a , :5n1 superfine I fabay brand) at $10, 200 and 400 do. on, private terois, 1.,0 do. at s!o 50 and 100 do. at S i 2 , bbl. .The week's receipts includes 16,203I Iibs.. and the exports 2179 bhls. 'in Co'-Te receipts for the week hnve bIrne very light. and the supply now on hand is mostly rell in stoe. The demand, however, has been only ne moderate; but. owing to tie seareity, prices have advanced about se. liushel all round since our last. weekly review. The week's sales coim de. prise 30,15 sacks, at prices ranging from i8,@i90c. for yellow and yellow mixed, e0@980le. for white urn mixed, and b95@$1 pi bushel for white. To-day, aowing to an addition to the supplies, prices have 000 declined about 2c. V bushel for white. The busi om ness done has been only moderate, and includes als, 6000 sacks, in lots, as follows: 500 white at ic., nl 2100 do. at 95c., 1000 do. at 95c., 1000 yellow and de. yellow mixed at @15@87c., and 500 yellow mixed cay- at 85c. 1,4 bushel. Private dispatches received to une- day from St. Louis report supplies and receipts tie light, sand prices firm at rOc. for yellow mixed and rve 85c. for white. The week's receipts include 509, '26,7i90 sacks, and the exports 8637 sacks. "c OATS-Have beenquietthroughout. Thesupply g to on hand is limited, and receipts have been light. The demandhas been altogether of a local char 966,f acter, and, during the first part of the week, prices were very irregular; but, yesterday, hold ared ers were enabled to realize an advance of 2c, bushel. The week's sales have been confined to ding 439 sacks, at 48f 49c. for ordinary, and 52@54c. for prime. The market continued quiet to-day, mes; while prices remain unchanged. Sales comprise 19,- 850 sacks, in lots as follows, viz: 100, 250 and 500 liaAN--T oe nave no icb ge to, ota e this article, J ,hich has continued quiet throughout, and the de nand has obeen entirely for ourlocal trade. Prices tave remained uchabnoged. The week's sales com irise 2550 sacks at $1 20 1 100 Mbt. To-day, there tBEw were sales of 300 sacks, in two lots, at $1 20 100 - -- i-s. The week's receipts include 3163 sacks. and M the clearances none. (C HAv-The market. since oar last review, has been very quiet, and the business done has been mostly in lots of 25 and 50 bales, at $22@$22 50 H for St. Louis, and $26@25 50 for prime Ohio river. I, The week's sales comprise 650 bales. There were E no sales of any magnitude to-day, although nego tiations were pending for a large lot. Prices re main unchanged. Receipts this week. none: clear ances, 150 bales. PORK- The malket opened very quet, but as a an general thing, holders were firm in their prices, and a few lots were offered early in the week, baut without finding many eager buyers. Later in the week advices from Europe imparted a better feel ing, and increased strength to prices, while deal ers would have been willing to buy at $35 -e bbl.; Fr but holders did not press their stocks on the mar ket, as better prices were anticipated. The retail demand for the week has been only moderate at ': 5 25@35 50 i hbbl. The week's sales comprise 275 bbla. at $31 -4 bbl. all during the first of the week yesterday $35 was refused for a lot of 500 bhil., and the same for a lot of 300 bbls. Private dispatches received to-day from St. Louis report Pork firm at $33 t30. which has imparted a still better feeling to our a arket. The retail idemand has been molderately active at $O:t 50. though some dealers .lave been asking to;, but we have heard of no sales at the latter figures. Several H lots of 4t to A0 bbls.. haie, however, been sold at l 0:I. The wee-k'asreeipt- include 1i9 bls.. a itt a;d tile expl2rts none, a ! B.'l c .--Tlie demand for this article Lao been Li a Itoretoer in. obbaig loti, and pricie during the , li-st of the Iweek wee weak, but later, owing to afI iijcrease i tie den:and pvrics idecan;e frm et, arid io some iniances oidert we e enabled to reaize an advance: uon sh,. ders of .1T. -- lt.. al h ough y, a g@en2era! thiný, Ipries hac v rem ied ucchaniced. There has beeh ut little iquiry for S round it ), and the only saie that we have been able to rteport was a lot of 2; carsks cear sides at lcei. deaers have been furlishing t:, trade at N 16i:Gic. for shoulders. 2cc:t . for i-tbed sides, and 21 1 l c. for clear sides. Sur cured hauns Ihave bnc duil throughout. and we have heard of wm no sa!e ot any magnitude. They are retailing at 21i!@`-e. *j, Mh. Thile market to-day has exhibited i:creased activity and firbnless. owing to private dispatches from the West. reporting shoulders at 17c. and clear sides at 22~., witi a further advanc ing tendency. and dealers here have regulated Steir rates accotgingly, and are now asking 17@ 17l. for shoulder., 20ýlc. fur ribbed sides, 21t. for Iclear ribbed, and 22@22h . for clear sides. Hams oi ntnue quiet and prices are unchianged. There were sales to-day of 30 tierees sugar cured at -2:tc. _t M. The week's recein:c include 174 tierces and 125 casks, and the exports 57 casks. S iLAin-Has contcnued very quiet throughout, and v the demand has beea entirely for lots of 1 anud 20i td tierces, at 2 i@l2c. for prime. and 25. 11 In liegs. We have heard of no sales of any agni- P tnde. The market to-day remains unchanged, and the only sale we can report is a lot of 75 tierces prime at 2:Ac. -. th. The week's receipts include 1 o7 tierces and 4I. kegs, and the clear sales it; WmneaY--Has been dull. and the only sale that we have been able to report was a Itt of 2i bbls. a of common, on private terms. We however quote it at $2 20 :ý gallon for good Western rectified. I To-day therere re sales of 30 bbls. of common oc: private terms. The weei's receipts include tol:; bbis.. and the clear sales 102 bbls. STAn CANDLEF --Remain quiet, but prices con tinue firm. There is, however, a moderate retail business doing at 20c. for 12 ounce. 204c. for i : ounce, 22c. for It ounce. and 26c. fot 16 ounce. d i BtTTaR AND (' iEE--Westernp Butter is inl better demand, while prices are fuller. It is sell ling at 30@2 i, t1. Northern Ilatter is in good ii si pply. but dull :it 43 tL!c. M0. Western ('epe is l , but dol at 15@l t . . There are no in -: dairy lots In the market, o a i t - c Sa!l wi thtrtfliore otmiit quotations. c week, lt t" a;iclteas- in the fdelnud f:,, J; h ioatr, holde' had been (.enablied to L'eljse i an advance f l i,. 't y3ard. rThere were sales i di!'gog the weit of 225 bales, at 31P6 32c. 'tý yard. D0acls are i:ow fuirnising the delnuid at i:;. rci,, antd !i:;:. i- tyao d in bales. Ilound lots can iot 'o h:d. as deal~et are 1iot anxious to dispose of their stocký at ir-ect rates. (GssOr Bnos--We have no change to note in this article: prices remain firm with a retail de mand at 2Otc. apiece. BAI.E Io:---lI quiet. but prices remain firm at 4c. i tlb. for iobbinglots. There were sales to day of 500 coils at 1.i. SAr- -Conlinues active at $1 f03$1 B5 for ,.oarse and $1 95@$2 for fine. in retail lots. It has been offered by tihe cargo at $1 D35 ., bushel. S SulmlIEs-Eggs nre s0arce and selling at a$t @ 2 $2i ' bb!. New Potatoes at $3 50@4 2 1t bhhl. New Onions at $2 75@3 90. Apples at $7@10 47 c bbl. Beans. common, at $2@3. choice at $5@7 50 d 4 bbl. Chickehs, at $10@11 ,ý doz. Geese, at k$h @10 'V doz., and Turkeys at $25@30 0 doz. 1 NAVAl STOREs-Common Rosin is plenty, and it tI- selling at $2 50 : but the better qualities are scarce is and with little demand at $4 50 for No. 2, and $g 10 us for No. 1. Tar is selling at $2 50 1-) bbl. Pitch at a, $:, and Spirits of Turpentine atl0c., for large lots, ts and 92tc. V gallon in retail lots. of CoteEE-Has been in very good demand for the s. country, at 25@290. 14 lb. for ordinary to prime eio, in currency. o FRElurias--There are no fixed or reliable quo re tations for freights to any point, as the demand n- still continues but little better than nominal. There ce is no steamship up for Liverpool, and the rate is ts Id. l. lb. for cotton to that port by sail, and le. 'V iuc i. by sail to Havre. Asking rates by steam to y New ork and Boton 1@11ic. V lb. for cotton and he 75c. 1- bbl. for flour, and by sail 0@9-16c. 4V lb. se for cotton and 45c. )i bbl. for flour. 1I Jalnras Cim. July 7. 166. Arrived during tie past week-1GG Texans Beeves, 5iti Calvei and Your! inoga, 275 Hogs, 70D Shoee nd H Milch Cows. Sold-6 Western and 1617 TexaioBeeves, :1 Calves and Yearlings, 105 HIoga. I 777 hee, p '7 7i 'lild Cows. Stocli on sale -l!1 \Vosto niand wb77 Tlea, Beeves, 210 CalveC adi youliug· 312 Hogs. :7 Sheel)a n 2-d 2 Milci l, Cows. ...aa.,.ho.a5 a..-'6... -1w aaan.Baaaaa.ld qgaallY? I0Ihnal -i6.2-'l Te isHe l~, rlrilr :b a.... ............... 35 0 f o 15 kX .. ...... 20 U 703:s Teas, a quality,, h. li da ... ,cns G M71, qualiy, he'd: -: 11 111 ,aa~b',,,5l5,,,lll,41baad 16 Wa·········23 42777 Stlk ...., 2115 . ......... - - T ad ......p, .h. .d.. ......: 3 a 422 ',:ad:::: , hen ......... ................ - -Q - be d ......ia. en.................... 3 25(4 4 25u %I ...... h.nd ........A).0 14 .la 207,1 Onanl, habalel .. ········,1t 26 ha1666l Val - hel a d ...... a ... .... Ill2 21111 I To MDVERTISER8. Pallrtie In New Orleans Wishng to ADVERTISE in a Vial,. burg Dally, will fad ito a their beneait ta saaronz the VICKSBURG JOURNAL, published by M.n.... J. W. and E. B. KINaLEY. aaylsa recent order of the City Councilit has heen designalte h acngajh-.LjARUG``8 I the City of Vieksbearg, State takiLngthET ,CIRCULATION. sad only paper in th Send tar n copy isted Press rnwa reports. P3OBPEOTRS OF THTIE LEXINGTON ADUVERTISE&. On the 15th day afthis montlb, u, andersigned will ann cen,., In tl. town of Lexniagan, the publication of a Weakly Iadepaadaal ,l,,,,nsl. Idaalannd , are -riah in need ateach . d.,lddrs aIn, rad We look for its maintmaangsa to the cordial suppaot al csn itiven of the county The 1. lanam oathe ADVERTIIER *7l be 2,an for the ban ent of snyasrei snt lnlotaa alan do na t auaanilt, _ lb. interests of thiseaaanniaa- lt.la.gadl.,.a1,h. pan, Spolitical nomenclature t22,4 bald ibian anga, _dVgsl Team e anbsuscription, to be paid In advance, or as Trecelipt of the first relailau, $3. Liberal Inducements to adnertialag offered. Casndidat es pWilllease hasd In 12,11 sn..s for snnasnsaens I Ia time for the 0ib.l impresslon. J. D. HOUSTONa 2 Lexington, Miss., Sept. 7. 1266. ATT'i'( Vi AT L.A- , N. GALLE.IJE.--- j ATTORNEY AT LAW. No. 38 Fifth Street, MI ETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET, LO.rI.SVIIL,.E, KY.j 4OHEIIEALD dl TRrEOG, F (CRA8, 8. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM R. TRIOO. Attorneys at Law, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, H-, e.odhtld AthI.a. Eto practice their profe-ion . N So fnti W.Whingto, TCaniHa IlAoRa, BolivaI, ,oquIWn. and W.rr.. a SM. HUDSON- F ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Omere, 8S Camp street. OI 01301es. for him, duriog pay temporary abas.ne, ITf with lnars. Clarke& BRayne. will reeIvYeper attention ULLOOX & THORPE- J (E NORTH CULLOM, S. R. THORPE,) Attorneys at Law, MARKSVILLE, LOUISIANA. PractlM in tC e Coonrt or Avoyelle. Pointo OoaUP an tnCld,.. a eter i the Proprietoar f the Orecent. 'I[SON & AUSTIKN, (R I. GIBON, J. E. AUSTIN.) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, No. C Carondelet Street, Noe Orleans. HlAYS, ADAM8 & MOSE,. HARRY T. HAYS, D W. ADAMS, E. WARREN MOISE, AIttornes and Coonnelorl at Law, Once. 13 St. Charles street-Seeond Bfloor. HJARRIS & HARRIS H.xLnms a IIa-ss- • (J. W, M. HARRIS-N. H. HARRISI Attorney-aat-.Law, Vicksburg, Mialllppl. b Will practice their prof.,ioo in the couro . of Misalsippl and L,,ui.ianm,. Prompi attention iven the collection ot claims SMITH & IHALSEY JANES RB MITTH, CCinto; J, . i. IHALSLY. P1.t.. AttCrney-Ht-.nw, - ! e f md p t p. an 11 p .illpr tice their profels!o in ts- --,urt A of thi SeRnth J.... IL ' SHELDON & PAIRDEE, (L A. SHELDON, DON A. PARDEE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 13 St. Charles Street, New Orleans. R ANDOLPH.SINGLETON d& HARDI- WILLIAM M. RANDOLH, ( HARLES B. SINGLETON, JOHN W. HARDIE,) Attomrnys and Counselor. at Law, Comer Camp and Natche streesa, Over Home Matual Insurance Company, 78 Tamp nrtM. NEW ORLEANS. MARS a OUTE (BR H. MAR. . . FOUTE, 0. W. H. MARR.I Attorneys at Law, 111 GnitnZa Brm.. M. A. FOUTE, Cmmlssloner of Mlssssippl HUMPHREY MABRSHABBLL COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, OSce, No. 11 Carondelet street, New OrlIaas, Loaisina Will prtlce Law In the Courts of New Orlean, cd wil tend to preparatio of to R. p ClW. to bs docldRdtWast Ingtlon. p. c. Fox. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW No. 184 eravler treo,. New Orleans. JOHN I. HOLLASND ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. No. S5 Royal street, (orPPstoaTE CmIT S' ASET), Residenac. No. 7T Hospital stret KEN"ABD a LUZEENBuRBe (JOHN H. KENNARD, C. H. LUZENBERG,) Attorners and aounselors at Law, No. 3 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS, Will maent claiam for collection In the parishe5 of East and W-lt F.elie)na. La and Wilkinsaon Conty. Mis.. HABBLSONm a HnUTON, I. 0. HARRISON, THOMAS HUNTONJ i Attorney. at Law. Will practice In all the waurts f New Orleansu, and lv sl neCt attention to any b 9)lnC eutIsted to them.In 1 o. junction ih reliable Attorney at Washington th *1 pIeparI and proseuto claims aainst the Io.lmanObL 011e--134 (ra1-ir 11r-ot. D CNAS N. HAENNEN, ATTORN Y-AT-LAW, No. . ..........Carondelet Street........ ... N E ls roumed the Practie of the Law. hýaa-in made Prufession. connections in tbesevereda 1 1))s will attend to olleCtioos and Claims 1 n a tlhe P-rish !,f the 0)000 l l, to ClaCimssgni..t the ,OI1r-t .S1t W.tb GROCERIES. WINES, ETC. 1 D H. MIL.LER & CO. Mnufcturer »f STEAM REFINED CANDIES, importer of WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARB and adi descriptions cf FIREWORKS, D-a Agent for the Los Angelon, Cat., Wines, 50 and ,52 N Levee stret. corer of Nteh. F W. IwBATELS- DEALER IN FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, Fine Wines and Liquors, etc. FAMILIES SUPPLIED. Corner St. Charles and Erato streets, New Orleans. Goods delivered to ay part of the city free of dryage. SB E. CASTENDYK 0 1 CAMP STREET. SOLE AGENT IN THE SOUTHERN STATES --ron Ta 0 WINES OF MESSRS. CRUSE & FILS FRERES, Lt - BORDEAUX. L EON QUEYROUZB WHOLESALE GROCER -mo Importer of Preneh Wine., Brandles, te NO. 17 ST. LOUIS STREET. NEW ORLEANS. Nd NO. S AVIEL 8T STRLEET e We have constantly on hand a fin assortment of WINES, is BRANDIES, v BBD QU ORDIALS Io And Fancly rocertes, d Which we offer for Ble at owet market rate _ITE A MURDOOC L AY d MACMUIrilBO, IMPORTERS, Wholesale and Retall --nALsRa IN Fine Winea, Liquor., :te.. -s, No. IA l UNION STREET. ep L EDIO DAMMLON. 17 OC. LEDIG, H. DAMMRON.) SWholesle Grocers and Dealers In GenerA) 19 Proirlsone. Clgera, Toebace. '1d WINES, LIQUORS, ETC., : c. 51 POYDRAS STREET, NEAR NEW LEVEE New Orleans. it E.DWARD CONiERY, WHOLESALE GROCER, , Commission and F'orwardines erchans maD DRALR IN 25 WESTERN PRODOCE, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC WINEs i 2LIQUORS, ETC., ETO. toz CoicSOSOMo AND FoNr SeSeeI..N.Ofiy e.. L._ 1 FOB EIMER L BROTHER., WHOLESALE OGROCERSBB -UD Dealers It Foreign and Domestle Liquers (Agent for Pine Apple Whisky) ' 4 M TOHOUPITOULAS STREET, NEW ORLEAN ISAASON, 8EIXA8 N& 8EIA (ALF. H. ISAACSON-HENRI "6. SIXA& Wtd Wolesala Dealrn in SSTAPLE AND FANCY GROCEBIEB Ih. --AD aIporters of Fine Wine. and Liquors, 66 COMMON STREET, New Orleans. Loutitane. io° LIVERY STABLES. Aply la TATEBMALL BSTABLES, at No. 13 GRAVIEB STREET, NEW OBRLANB ban HORSES AND BUGGIES TO HIRE. th HOMSES KEPT ON LIVERY. petl . PHBILIP LINBa fipt M Lm ............. UIL..E ............. MIlL Just arrced fromKentucky, 12 of the fnfet mld.s -. a broeght to thi market. Plantert and mercehnts new In nete o olNso I .it.kll d II. o call at one atT Baeonee iet, DR. 3. ELLIOIT. II Bayonns vot, cearn est l. o ):,11 ITSS1)\-oN'< lit WA tIl |i.. IEPENIENT TllOROUGCH LINE M AGENC(:. C.ELL, RUTLAND .t CO. (Lat J.AQUESS, M;T BHELL a CO ) BENJ E MITCHELL. of New Orans, J08. P. RUTLAND, Mobile. g rwardtnl Iand Comnalmion Merehants,. HIPr AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT the AGENTS, to h . a4 Commerce street-and s8 Front treet P'* AOBILE. ALA. , [ W. BICKKAnTZgB a co., N ;NERAL COMMISEION AND FORWABDINO MELR CHANTS, C0' 80 and'82 New Leovee Street. OHN A. WI bLAMS a Cto. (JOHN A. WILLItMS-J. 8. VAN INOEN.) RECEIVINO, Porwardind and Commlsslon Merchants. 00 Old BRairoad DapLI, Alexandria. La STer t--Seettiort CT, . CTmpb eliTtrong",Bo.lii y E Tlapon, Col. J. O Nixn e..r.so.. SW.. ADAMS B S COMMIBSION MERCHANT, (Ci 2 Alles d'Orleanq, Bordeaux, France. rEPrFnPycE.-HI'). C MT. onro4, P.ye. HTAntingtt & (A T. W 0. A'lry, , i. D.04 . T iW'+. :i;111 .:.dr,,n & l.Tiies. W. Bur.ri, BcSigy A E'.rpI.J. I Zch-rie -Id J. ILLIAM L -EETCIH COMMISSION MERCHANT, B 95 MAGAZINE STREET, ;oTe Agent fIr J. R. Dayton & Co.'a New York celebrAted reserve. Oy?:srs, LoTUter Salm,, Pickles. , auces, Syrmps, :. Fine Wines. Braned, Whiskies, quality guaranteed the ,,t I ad ,prceI : low a-7y. Teas of E. A. & C. J. Low direct i-~Tation. original and ,nvenient pakagea of various sRies. Grocers, Hotel Keepers and Country Me:Chmts will fnd it otheir advnt.tgeto cTali and examine samples at the ofice, eTTnd T Tr.Tfront. No TiVTzin IýteeT. i N1AILTINEZ & PAL.ACIO (FCO. PFZARP.O MA.Ti:NEZ-ANTONIO PALACIO.) Commlslton Merchants, 19t GRAVIER STREET, NPew ORrn*As DILLINGHAM & BHEBLOIS- - ] (C. DILLINGOHA--JOHN DEBLe;S. STcceors to Weed, Witters A Co., Commlsslon Merchanti and Wholesale roee r NoT. 7, 9, 11 and 13 Tchoupitoola Strut, G 16. aOUxa a sBo., (0. L. KOUN8. BEN. B, KOUNS.I dkneral Commalelon Merchant. WHOLESALE GROCERB. -AUD DRLX - IS FABCY GROCEBIES, BOAT AND BAR STORFA No. I CommTon street, New Orlsae. fOolecUot , sonltg~.no stL 81,Se and OrdS to Purchase rom the Levee, solicited. Partiolar attention glean to eceivrlg and Feornr Ing Guoda LtberSl Cah Advanoe made on Conslamentb. W HITEMAY BROTHEMB, 10. F. WE-TEMAN, H. C. WHITEMAN, B WHaT MAN,I Commilsona, Beeelvoit and jorwardlna Merchants, Wbolmaeisand etal DdsM.Ant G.OCEIaM9 WESTERN PEODUOCE LIKE. OEM NEr NAILS, Etc, Bayou Ear, La. A Ha·ting rlmad buaLneb s at t eir old IsIa rmptl y solicit a renewal of fonrmer patronag.e A. TEWABT 4a TO. (ANDREW STEWART, J. &A AVERA.) eomnmlton and Porwardlng Merchant· -Dlmr Iu BOAT STOREB AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES, No. Paeters (or New Leae) street, comer of COal atr-t. (OPPOSITH TaH CURTOX HOralS) New Or eaLs. ,L trict stentaion paid to the Sa!e and Storage of all klndn of Prodee. Liberal Cash Adances mde on Couainments ad promptreturna111 Al,.ASenT ,or thI T ed Brier ErprsO SMITH & CARE, (J. PINCKNEY SMITH. CIrro parish; JOHN M. CARR. Madiiun parish ] CommleIioIn Mserehant- and Purchasinge 9 Ca0P sre, N.. ORL0 E,1 b AdancT TIdeon Insinments JOREPH U. OGLESBf, (LATE OGLESBY A MACAULAY,: Commission Merchant. S OS l . 73 AND 72 TCHOUPITOULAS STAEs. Naw OaLE.SS MOCI'LTAINBE BROTHERS, OOMMISSION MERCHANTS, MN. 4. Broad Street, New York. OGh advaHces made on shipments to the aboav boha b JOSEPH H. OGLESBY, 93. 70 and 72 TcboupitolaIs street JAMES WIBIGBT, COMMISSION MERCO ANT 24 1-. Carondelet street. Forelgn and Domestic EXCIIANGE bought and sold ADVANCES made on consignments to A. . I MeMatar A Br0., Liverpool; T Caldwel AhwAorth, Wl streett. NeNorYI BEN, TOLEDANO. OOMMISSION MERCHANT e. Is Utalon street, New OrleanL T. o NOZEL. OOMMISSION MERCM NT For the ale of Cattle. Hoe, Sheep, Mules and *mr.-. STOCK LANDING. NEW ORLEAN. SaIsfaotoy refere.Mra giren. CIRBNOWETH, CASEY a Co., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. "8 Gravler street, NEW ORLA~a, L. W. H. NICHOLa 00C. COMMISSION MERSHANTS, $ICCoIIsOs To S. X mCHOts & 0., Galveston, Texar. ARREET oU MLeOLUlRE WHOLESALEAND RETAILCOMMISSTON MERCHANTS Levee Street, Shreveport, La., Solicit Congnmento of Cotton and Merchadlsa SWHIrTTY az CO. HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION, ReeeivIng tud Forwardinfg ercthant. And Trade Sale AuLtioneer D3Y GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE. No. 2 Leve mrSet. Shrevepnrt, Ia. STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC. STEVENS & SEYMOUr, SE. L STEVENS, W. E. SEYMOCUR -D-ALURS IN Paper, Rtatlonery, and Paney *ood Noe. 8 and 98 Common street, opposlte the City Bt E. 0. PALMEKR & 00., (ED. 0. PALMER, JOSEPH WILD) Wholesla Dealern h Paper, Envelope. and Sar8, No. 115 0m .rr atrm New Ol0ns5. Ia UNDERTAKERS. R. CONDON, UNDERTAKER. 48Magsazlne Street, corner Delord. Metslic Burial CueM and Csakot (full luals and satin II-Sd Also, MboRgny. Bl1ck Walnut aud Plaoi OoMff., and Zi ass. BSodt dlsllterred and ceIull sIlp d. Al onlrd prlomptlly stt~llded. CARBIROIES TO HIRE LWlNMLOW & PHILLIPS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, No. go Rmnpat StAet. n(late rc.)L betwaee Common u H.d a.sin grast .ritety of COFFIN and METALLIC BI mu RIAL CASES, tolther with HearsM Carriges. and a lar tabl, rs repurd to execute all orders in th(bir Iln w io5 u iAfcti u toi their p&tropa (;()'TTf() FACTOtRS ETC. j.ONROE d0 B&IEDI3SOTOTN-- iN (JOHN T MHONROP, 5THO REDDISTTOs.) CotI COTTON FACTORS General Comrmlston MerchaMts O 1 CARONDELET fSTREET, CORNER OF PFEDIDO; aJ eMun Monrean.d RMldlngto are Agsnt- forth* ler Sceleroted rWintr A Co. ' Sawmill; alIo for thI Trodl 01 on Work, Ricbmond, Va. They are prepared at Ai tUm s farnish Palroad Iron, Spik. Chbi., and slto hails, .r3 Spk. 8pad. and Shovels. in any quan7tity, aad of t3 t quality, st a lower rate thea those a3rticles c hb , r shed by ny otbr hoe in tis citdy. F EWMAN af BUCKINGHAAN (EDWARD NEWMAN, GEO. BUCKItOHAM, " OTTON FACTORS AiD COMMISSION MERCHAMTS, No. 3S Carondelet trset, lxH.w ORII.s, Ls. AM DE sBOw t CO. so OTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION XFRCHEArT 180 Common street, cor. of Croadelet. LVTT, FLIAA A LYON- CATR W. BUTT--WM. FLABR-THOS. T. A. LYON ) Cotton Factors, General Comal0slen, --IxD FORWARDINt MERCHANTS, Corner Carondelet and Union streets, New Orleas. N iber.l na3 h adu3 made ona l.. imn.t.1 to our add .r ,_. lr (loo r - 1l, alp . _otaide _ to LOWE a BIGNOX 3B. M. LOWEW R_, HBnt5ill Al.-A-. E. BIGNON, late wit.s. A. Johnon kCo., New Orlan.) COrTON FACTORS, General Comml.lon MerMhantso, 43 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS W.M. I. GREENE a BROS.- W. . OGREENE A CO., St. Lnis-W. a GREENE I CO., V0ck10r3g.i Cotton Factorn and Coomisleloa Merehotl 138 GRAVlER STREET, NEW ORLEANS. . o. OGLE8BT, Agnt-L te of theD rm ofr Lei. Og1h sbl Lewlsa Ogleby's old frenda wil find thb late f1rm's bool and tIPc,,uu:. at above e dre MiERRITT, DLUNIHAR.M eKINNELLr&C (I. M. MERRITT. New Or:,n,- McKINNELL A CO. H-,elhult, MNi, ATKINS., UNHAM A CO., Apolciti-. cola. Fi.ridA.) COTTON FACTORS. ,ENEERAL COMMISSION AND FOKWARDING MERCHANTS. d 47 Candelet street, New Orleans JOR.N L. LEE & Co.. OBHN L, LEE, T. JONES STEWART. Cotton Faetanr. 34 Casoss.OL.r 5aM. Ai I i a CHELRCIK, LATE OF SUIMIT, Mll,. OlwLs AAesa, la1a 8canurlJ COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION ERBOAAJB3T, No. 7a Canrondelet strqwl New Orleans, I, E DUVAD NALLE a CO OOTTON FACTORS AND COMMISRION MEBHASTB8 No. 15O Oammon street. GEORGE P. CHILuREs,. 0OTTON FACTOR AND COMMIS3ION MEBOBHAT No. 178 Gravler nreet. UP STAIRS MISCELLANEOUS. BURKE a TREPAGNIEB, (OEO. McD. BURKE-F. O. TREPAGNIEB.) General Mlerehadlse Broker*, S......... BANK PLACE. NEW ORLEANS.......... N. B -Particular Sttentisn given to the tle or ProsLion Bagging, Gunny Bags. Rope. Coffee. Sugar3 Bait, e._. TROMAS T. BOLLINO, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BROKER, No. 74 Carondelet street, New Orleans. JACOB OTT, CARPENTER. Special attention given to REPAIRING of STORES and d DWELLINGS. CISTERNS bIADE AND REPAIRED. P-Orde.r left at 26 Tivoli Circle, or At L DURAND, cor .r Toulonue and Chartres street3. romptly attended to. F. AESC IL)~niEAI., F Wholesale and Retail 3 WAGON MANUFACTURER, 166 Greeter aud 17 Uuion btreet, New Orleans, Louisiana. J. M. COOLEY. Ageet, Will manufacture t,, order and keep co( stantly on hand, WAGONS and CARTS of every description, Timber Wheels, Drays, etc B OAT AND OARl DEPOT. F. A. THAYER A CO., -DEALEM I N IBoat and Ours of all Kinds, 251 Front street, (New 31 -d R SEATON, AROHITECT NO. 78 CAMP STREET, (Entrance on hNatchz street, over Home Ins3ran3 e Oice, Designs made for city and country buildings, of all kind I d for improving Parks and PlFeaure Gronds, with requlite Ip.. dficatiol [or teao, Also, detailed apectlcation, tor alterations and repalr, elit el with or without luperlotandone.1 LOVELL A BARLE, SHIP BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHAMTS. A 8 Carosdelet Street. r. J. F. LOVELL. formerly Batt.r, mLell Co., New Orlu I W. 8. BAILEY, fomerly A Agote nAdrb A Co.. Antswm PETER PORLSHEE, STALLS NO. 1 AND 8 ST. MART'S MARKET ShIps, steamnhlps and Steamboats Iupplll and is now prepared to irnash his old Mfrond and cuotom with *evrrytin i the meat linea at bhi old olac of husu. E. IOHAb D. BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURE B 100 St. Ann Street, Between Burguudy and BRMpart strets, NEW ORLEANS. Atways on hand Marble and Slat Bed TABLES, with KvE agh and Deckers' PATENT CUSHIONS. AlIo ail otb artiles in hi line - 'IHOMPSON BEALL, (ICHARLES L. THOMPON. late of Liea, Thompa.so Co.. St. Louis. Geu. WM. N. R. BEALL, late of Akanns..) General Purchasins Agents, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 2A LooCST STaL.r, BsTWSEI MAIH AND SERiOSD, P. 0. BOX 2107, SAINT LOUIS. PAPEIR AND STATIONERY WABEHOUS8 Noa. 86 and 8 COMMON STREET. We have in store a large and extensive stock of PrM., Wrapping and Writing Papera, Stationary, Blank Boos, School Books and Fancy Goods. Adapd to evo branMc o trade ad for sale a. rSuonable prices. STEVENS SE1YMOUD0 MeU/QUOI , ItMEILE G CO.. (JAMES McQUOID, CHRIS. MEHLE, H. INBAO - J. T. AYCOICK, JOE OITZINGER,) (Sucesslors to C. Wilkin & Co..) CO M IS SION MERCHANTS --FoI THE 81L. OF Cattle, loIsI und NSheep, &STOCK LANDIN, City of Jefba, L.. SRTKAMoONT A, IMPORTER OF FOREIGN FRUIT. WholSeeA Dealers in 11 kinds f Drle ad Gnd r Frut. No. 11 FRONT AND 1t FULTON STBEETS, Between Common and Grlsr r NEW OLEAN ANIZNEW O LEANO - N' BBOD 0 STRBT, NBW TOBM. Cotton and Tobueeo Frtora sud C4frNl 0D ml·lston He"rhan. H. . EWsCOMB A DI." ,,S ,S Wholeiale Orsm ad W~lB B ls l ter Mnr eants - cozlrigmnU ofOottontndothe' Produce to &W«iArms otton FIctaor and Commllson Mluhmt, No. 3 0»roodelt S~t. X.w Orlmm. la SOAP ........... ... SOAP ................. J,.. KELLBR, do@p O Maiufacturer, .a Oornmf of SSI drew and Howrd inw, w OUhl OMos and &las room 1e0 ItoGrejsltrt. orv BooLP k Picl FPENCHLH WI ADOW BGAS- We are now recrivng rYous sitse and qualitle, which W ad offer at reduced priceas POTTHOPF A KNIGHT, S 5 Caomp strut COTTON FACTORS, ETC. ;MAOT & COL.VIN (It. NELOc, JB.-J. W,. COLVIN.) on Factors, Commasalinm erchants and Im roltrg Agente, NO. 31 NATCHEZ STREET, NEW ORBLAN. r, excated. for dca. rlptlol. oMf Mlsh -d otl e a.n mnafw.tacrfd e s dirsect from tbl herlto. MN f. IHANICO A CO. roN lAPACTO COMMISSIOw AHNDFORWARBBw IERCBHATS,. lo. 4Cma.i4elet Street, up strirs, eou d Pdldo wgt, New OrtlM. LLR* ALLIO -- X . B. BFA.I-r. OSCAR BOWELL, Aset-JOHN H ALLIaSN.) tOu r]toerm ad Coldmminel renhastL . Na 99 MAGAZINE STREET, New OrlmMM 4OAB ONDELET STREET, EW ORtAN, IA Cotton and Tobarc FnMn, GENERAL COMMISSION ERoCKAiT, And Commerelal Agents. AMWROW J. PIIELPo t C .. J-LOW J. PHELP,. of Now Odr.m; 8. Z. NOORRNm of Keatucky.) Cotton laetors GENERAL COMMNI88ION MERCHANT 10 Gonrm art. betowee Camp ald 8 St. Ol. . 0 [OOAR a PATTON. W. . HOOG. lIa Twu Coanty, MIEN, JOHN PATTON, N.w OtiMm, I, Ootton Fe.tors --AMD- NERaL COMMISSION AND IORWARlDIG MB OHAEI o 1Wg Onrtegtw Nr.. 0,w1OTm IARTITN d HAWTHORN- (B . MARTIN-A- T. HAWTOS.) ttoen Factor. and COumminon BMerl.km.: SOCASONDELET STREET, New Ortau. Ord0n for lantatlio Mo biaery parttla.ib .Mly d . rOBIAM, MCRAE da CO. LT TORIAN, W . lRAE of Mm ftl; g. W MACEAE, Iate Porter A Macrw,. MNmphtJ l4ttn and Tobaco Factoen sad C(okmisl Merehantt, S3 CSRONDELET STREET. WARXRI *b CRAWroA. U, J. WABENB , T. OW. OAWm. Sucuaon to Warmu, Gutaon. & O OTTOM FACTORS AND COMMISSION NEIOUAfI No 4 COd NCnd t w Ormim L. OOO·. M.MXT OAtO TBOS. M. 800T, of Cltiion .t, XI; JIO. TF.B LET. a 9-Odtm.; & EARDN, o HIM. lsj Cont r1eto and Coimmslon . Merhat. No. 1 Coain do WAM Cod. rnxaot a coio.,n. . ,2 1coamm mnn .O STRENON & AWO. . (uOHN A. TrTBINON, A. &. MATJ ot*N Factor* GENERAL COOMMISION MENCHATS, --tP- nO. 4 ANO, 0T a aPerm"ae, O WYCHE Jh RR0*ARMRX Wo J. B. E. ICHADSOON. Bommso1gt Je-lb* Cotton Factors .ot Commalon t merckhogi O41 5ION STREET, NMEW OR LEAN jonw rnames. J ORE PKELP. FlfBuLC to Pt4]ps A JoOM. COTTON PACTOR Soeneral Cmo lslonn Xerehan. NO. t9 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANr. W B. TULIM, SSUCCESOO RB O TALETON WIING A TUI Cotton Factor, No. W IERDIDOv 8TREET, NEW ORLMAN . SH.vO PHrN. JOR.. d CO., (H. VON PHUL, Jt., WM. VON PU) Cotton Factors. d Porwuardllg l .toa t Merchanti, 1WO Poyedrwas S, Nw Ollm. Mf.unas w.-Holl, Ooyl. A Co., Now OrteaV TBo SlhoL Wata. Co.. W. L H Est. A a.. St. Ltiu, Mo, A. F. JONES. _o0T F _O__R81D COMMON STREET. S WHITED . CO. (.WHITK,. B. GBIBS,W. L. ERAPR, LOORANDAIL COTTON PACTORS, General Commiirlon s erehaat. 2* CANAL STREET. NEW ORLUAXA BOVIa ONY A EOLAPON, (D. BOUOLINT. L E3OLAPOM.) Cotton and sauar Factors COMMISSION MBOERCHAT, Gonux CogmMO AtD m Nstar. C LAAR do CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 8 POrdans street, Now Orltm, AND COORNER OF MAIN AND WALNUT BTBRET8. _ Looka.) HOWARD. PARETONS s. BARRETT Cotton and Tobacco Factors COMMISSION MEROHANTS, lee Common atrenet Vw Osuz&MR. I I. D"". ADAMS a GAY. CF. DRAM,.f Do. s~M.oh & WiI... Sm Yalk *O. BX ADAMS, of Litte Bok Ark.;T. GAFF, f T.5A. W. GAS Aesre, Ind. Cotton Pactors mand Commufau MYerchants NO. HW RHAVIER STSEET, NEW ORLEANS EDRY a PIXONXAZD (P. A EDET. WKY- M. PINCKARD, Ju.L, Cooto p.aotso e-a GFenerml Csommtsolon mSF chance, Mo. 83 COMMON STREET, NZW'ORLEAJ. uNTOSGTON & BDOTHEE- (A, a. HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.; oatton Factors and Genera COSStolo MLerchants,. No. SR ATOCHEZ STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Uesh d,.es.- . .de o0 ... Igeeoteto ow add .edle osfrmid. I1. No YOrk eod Liossoos. T. L MAYWELL f CO.. Cotton Weetos. Genoeal Merhehandise BOKOERS AND 00OKM ISSIOO MMEOE*t~m. So. 18 NSaothesM. 50c N. Odmm. L& Ro"21%. rFOTBEXO * C.. (JOHN OSSES, Roe.rSo Kim.., M. S. PROTHO, 1w Oreans, ",. JAMES B. BOSSES, NOW Orlgean rmJ Votbois maeter O COMMA OOMSSSI014 MEN0HAJI 45 Uot.. --. 9-- OslUees. JR. LOWNXLL. Cotton Fafter sad Govolmdw. WI lmsef if OCAONIDELY. STREETN. EW ONLEAL& W. L STUART. (1S01oWee.SrAJe. ( A. H. CHALKERv. S. BOOK$ OITRE F ACTORS ALd 60e110n OMMIS.SION X*eVChinte NO. SM GRAVIES. STIEM NOW Orle.ns HO'LUzxj ' GLy9 db m SE K. SORRELIL J. W. OGAYT IL SUEOSYJ ODTON FAOTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHAISFS, No. 11 Poryduo strees. MW Q;Iswu.