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r letd hlerabl,' tflt ,uatiln iu :old with a r ,I
avertg 1 1e am ount fl ep Jrat i , Is 1)lO the ttreet, an td ,
an IIuNually hii avly III ovIInN nI( 'I i S ' terling N INx3 - I
eh'e,,g+" as uompuleI with pre)imuH avera<,t.e sales, i
for sm ilne days past. 'fiTe Ih I nlllatha,.1 op),,eal [
i tive at N atuI nll ay'i cI s igN N ouN ,'I , I .T , l . 1 hI
but it sl se, q e l ntli ly N Nluol' eN l I lN , sold li p t 1N,.
from wlhi'h bu oweu rr, it alt IaIIiN gradually re- II1
ceded luner untfvorFele advl'rs from New York, w
till tI Irulilyng ,1u1tatio. .. at tih ,....e .f ...... i
wnr, precis ly the -arne as thoie ,It the opening of tl
the makel It. TN here wI e ll sales el,,ted] Ni
at the N eN N in eN sion of ll.e UNsard v t
BIrokers, and thel uji. J, ied istatement I
eoulprises the. wh, le of thle trn.iatioi rln s
i tile outdoor murk,'t, vizN .,)0 at 151, , 1''2500 at
and ..001) aIt I 11 1. We have pubii hed tile above I
in the order of vhae. Transacii in il r have
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ra' . fa: -, hm I lirhe N,-,v ,V: N,:w- of the v
WV have ii cr ,erved with low: fr,. - re,
alt,,t a w.,,k lat-r than our i't;vi,,!; , i.y ,
ti,. arlrlia- ,I t re"i ittl.-rs, ee r,--c v,; rlts (itW,
Ithe L.,ron utock Elx, .lnge,. crlr lo-e, at ' a
,, yl.. rv itr t :,ive-tw en t t lt tat v n thya . ,.
Me o b ,t live-tw vntles cl e 1, r , i I
'It there wae a Iiir y, ardl live tweltiies lse to lip
''I rletI ,o v q n ,00at ,, (r t ee arielee , on thev
date fl tl a niel's laaving, 1'verpol, COnlpare i
a foullows:
C('rarol, al] titer s-'nrities we-re dul: .lad do,
prcsv,'vl ivler tilet t.x.irealent .nci~lllt to tev e vt er- e
man war and thle ministerial ecrioist in egland The
di-scount larkeh t was unclangpv-d. The sv sesvion a
is annornced of Wenl. atray , Co., in thie West s
ndi.a trade, and George Furless, a large ,'on- a
tractar, both olf vLodon
Our information comles up to Monday of last
week. and a, we shall probably receive nothing
additional this week. these gtlotatious will nllu- o
ence the market for several d:lys to come. The
advanced quotations of gold that were still to hbe
received abroad are not Ihkely to produer arny
pani- in five-twestiec, and those vlrcrating ia an
tielpation of such result as favoring a spasmodic s
bull movaement here in gold t'ry be disappointed.d.
In a financial point of view, thr worst of thie cen-I
tinental fray for England and this country has
probably passed for the present, thanks to the h
memoranrle Auxerre speech of Napoleon, SMay 3, tl
whlch !re-cil'itated the presentnnparalleled panic.
The business at the office of the assistant treasu
rer to-day was as follow,: Total rec~pts, a
$:t,09,.7 ,17 ; of which $3ldt7,0( were for customs;
gold notes, $1,00,000; payrents, 32,532,000 24; 2
balance, .5tdlrirt .7v t1.
eoreign Erxchange is dull. There is a general
indisposition among leading drawers to draw
agamat their balances in Londsn, under tihe pre-ent
uncertainties, and their quotations are conse
quently put above the marketr Commercial ster
ling is more current and tht prime bille bring
better rates.
Gold sold as high as 155, anv as low as 152e to-.
day. Loans were from 1-16 ho I. The business
has not been very heavy, through considerable ex
citement prevailed at tires, ovcing to the uncer
tain rumors in circulation as to the news. The
closing price on the street was about1 :.:
The tlillswing is a comparative statement of the
condition of tile banks of New Y aor city :
Sone 23. , , :,
Loans ...... '%2t,1 ta 0t$ $ ceX12, 1 In ..St 2, t7011 :
Clrcui~.tui n ... ... 2 .5.5n.31 2b.tl,7f622 Ins 21,2'-'q
Depoits... t201,cvi9rsv 2 77 Dei . ecs 87..?1
It will be observed that the banksr hlave sueeleed
a still further dep!lction of coin,
0oVERNMENT [ECEIPTP 1Ol lil: FI1CAL tnYE.AR:.
We illp from the Ilaltiaurl Sun the fovllowing
clear stahtement of the revenus for the fiscal year:
While we have any amountv of legislalion going
on in Congress otr imposing additional burdens on
the pelple, in the way of a citill more exorbitant
taritl on toreign import,I in rIsaintenance of high
lcollle toe, sales , adol lergs appropriations lts
various kinds of jlls, bleret r., e .etc., the allllli
receipte otf hle governalrent are ex-ceeling ilr
mensely the estimates which lad tben I-sade.
Figures just punt forth show that it is ascertained
at the treasury department that the receipts of thile
government, exclusiive of loaal, fo t le fiecal year
endign thelvth Jrtllne, will amsnllt to more than
five hundred and fifty milliots of dollars, as fol
lowsa
FTom intral ree ................ $3.15'(2 00
Dtt et tre (ge ou .. cOObI,a)
lCi trs ivea ..... ... . 17 000:ieo
Salta OTublo, laud............ 676,0
Total ............................... e 7
The receipts for the current year are also over
eighty-three millions of dollars in excess of the es
timate of Secretary BCullhocih teis report sub
mitted to Congress on the 5th of Decemiber, and
after the returns for thie first quarter oa the year
had been received. With that as a basis foi his
calculation, the Secretary laid his estimatesa at
$"67,500,000, as follows:
From cu stoma ......................... . $ I, 3
Dubtclia ard .. ..... .............. 53
FrOm iUtrll Itrtlrvelnue............... 279,6+8.655
M..acel leuos ..................... ... 48,393,729
The actual receipts up to Jge 28 are as follows:
Intetra revenue ....................... $-305,00,
Dl ea ta r ................... . 2,000,00
ustiaumtier ...... .... ..... 165e - $i ,000,.0
iiamellaneous ......................... cs'o,.- W
amvg-ntigto..€, ..., ,',, . ..... .$63Looo00V
e ' t, ; in 'ic a f, o , , i r, l , , t , t o , I'; t r, o ,
., ,, , , 'l , i ,fs "! ,,,L , n ,i, Ii.,. , . v.;H ·, ,
IwI " - hon , V l , o f. p i t ,h e , ,l,, , w l n h Ittt- o ,r n ,, n t
e li dL Iriv h Irt I
k, nit lesI l, a ),tI'l, l h" l i, T Hi 4 ",, ;, , oI I . ,,n
't ll ertady I l thrii ocketsiaI t",;e I e"tw n thse 5an- Iat
ther lr esed a nTtIt a tie. t.I to , to rare of the ea tional
1 d 1b 1 tdiete, a. ithe rnre, tle that op \runity
(j v ll ] F ILL . l ililn g rehiIr ti FlL ] Cla tiU n, tLrein
i l, toile aid wlL tIiey cvLdl e ive inL rLIe Iii it j or
tiwe thIer] ll o I hIIO pIoIIpc . hirWbeing present. t a
I-e dtni' by , avioL dut wL hl, eI,, nof -t pt g pta
.rn. to aWll nOi 1el, ll(-, while tih y lh t i LrrLr ti:r l
t le. ahlrady pietoric pockets of the few. file loan- lil
Ii UnitiCd Sit s, w t ereth eei of thie l tontrye
anr the victiL s of a cnd a oiolalilss legation thLsantLe
IIttW t pre eLnk [ fimIof the iL red t theing whole fe
,eTLle lwere to he h rilULt-afet L no other way by
t is co ora ltand aggrandizing spirit in beall
So' sect onal and olats Iegislat on, is suid.. ient to
show the importanre of their being poresent.r
reorna exerc ised a l l a able inrluente on the mar-0,
keLt btsiness generally Lwas more 1. llfactory. u
he IdiLaL t debti nd was nt. LexI sliviee, tLe rate
rI ,emani ad iten pr cent. The Lres ever tm ptre,
rLIvIIth anLLOI BusIiloe d.4l inI easel of ';.;Ld0.
ThiLLe 11aL a, I ,aIL kL..L bad redteed Itc raneo at
dliIoufnt tIsIix per oedCall.o
Fl ods weure flat and inaotive. The Tepr,.ýen
IcIaned by thl w ar , ,onti nte~l. The disclunt l Ue"
e sure at tle h bank was gratdudally n ugiditar , but the
rat rl mlineL ttrnLpire at1 . fThi ~od orriv,1d,
ILL fore Aerica wer: largel.y Iougi t flor trlarLiLled- i
i t. ro . ran1e.
F TThe rlhowing ar'e te]rly int.heday. [aweaand
Euroope I ut iii-h f o rds er .or ''r
i O0onmoercal inteltigence.
pr ic ('e,. The tt r on hr,,nd " fAir, an-d whe mrt,
S ,.. ,n le. a 1er" at nll 0. 10, d bley- .itra,
hi r , - t,, at liverpo, , ,"n t, ]. _ :,t i 1. 4
o s .ow ext, a, $1 _ l -, fat m. a n riva tt' (,(, ;,
SI; uL. , th~ u. vrlC i, w,. i",o:-:d , ti 21, n.d .3i tie,.
no "1, h , tllmn , ",^emae ti m' T vuralde
y at::r e ,, ie to ,,,. i:,.vi : l-:y otn O:lo: .
`ul Il' .. 1 iu dl it their d l: " ellC
at a uWiind, . -,,": . ,r rate- long a, a ddube
Lexi-ll a-" tru neig of the tle-1 1el',
new'. The al:- for tLe day 1,.uvpy on, aen is
r efr
' nre Mneiry ',r . TIr Iw a,
1t. "go mpsr1". forg ary, "1ni n ;e- for lowg lctu.
nt ili a n., 7n d lih ..a ior mi, dii n1.
lt l TLTEMENT OF COTTON.
Sat k , ono Mnd ,cpt 1t, nL5- a!e a............ 3, a 39
Il RL oed ,I L ... ira l , rd)p ... .. 0 . I C IL L.
- ae,_e,.dd r yv:u '. . . . ...... . ........ . ....... >: - . , ,
o apo rte danls e Shavr allly ......... ..... .... , e i
" m rted prev riu ly............... . ........... 7c h .Gd 7
i e band nI a e r etil e ad hl tra. red............ e n i 5. l
" g ahe exprsi arle exlh;ieC for Lverpool.
n1 i l at 'r. eaAN o Leh.-The receipts from the e an
at i and 2O bbls. of Molasses. There has been a better
t demand and inquiry to-day than for sometime pre
Io viods, and we n itice sales in store of f120 hhdis.
-I fus.ovado Molasses on private terms, also another
!C lot of L0 hLd.t c. o lO uW allon, feand a lot of Wi
24 1i hds.o Cuba rebelled in Boston at Ilc. There were
1e 1no sales of any magnitude in s dluar, but a few re
g , tail sales transpiled at 1'LI br :. for common, a 14e.
S: i for fair, 1ce. for prime, I c. for yellow ladrified.
and 17,'. ., 1i,. for white Ltouisianadfo. CiLba
Fi " ,o.t:--Themarket early inathe day was weak and
/ drooping, but later, orders for shipment were re
eived, anId hioldres immdiately stiffened their
p, riee,- The stolk on hand is fair, and the market
c; i closes quite firm. The sales include 1!'00 bbls., of
_-," whvichl I'l trllle exlra at 411.;0. 100 doable extra
,e, .(n.,--Is ol o 'adupply, and alt',ongilg here it
I{] ot ... . .' de........ d, lrice, rrr n n 1... . .. .. . e ] . .. ..
e,1 , viz : 1 1 ; al a1 ,, whitLI "2.. 4I yellow at
ait I '-_Iise, yr.!low !.iuxv,] in lots lit :..r . nil . ye!lu w mrixed
:" I, t,.1- --('",:,ti IIe l1i:. The aupply on land is
lhowever, a vel iir Lba'ine-s done -day,i and
t'he sa!e- comprise :222n snaks, in the following lot,,
Svii: 5n0 priuee at ,;'e.. ()0 at ; 1.. 0 I at 5..., 152
L! lat lc., ,lio aight atfl,-., and f0l0, 20,l and toO at
do e s la*M--lar bhe en in good demand to-day, hIt
r- prices have declined about ae. ri loll lths., owing to
Lo all increased supply. The sales comprise 1100
est sacksa, of which 1000 and 400 at 11,3,300l at 1 21
:on- and 41)e ordinary at $1 10 I 100 tls.
tan--Contioues verLy qaiet, but prices are
Ias, dnlroopi TlhLre were sales to-day of 264 bales
illg of St. ILouis at $20 1, ton. Prime Ohio river is
Tie i quoted at $241 50 025 pi ton.
hbe lons--W have again to notice a very quiet
an market, and prices though unchanged are an
.dc Isteady. The retail demaL d has been quite limited
51 t at 35 250.:i5 50 e bIbl., while round lots are nom
his I inal at $3a. The receipts for the past few dnys
she have been liberal, but most holders are storing, as
y5, I they are still confident of higher prices.
eie. I B Ios--s also very quiet. Sides and shoulders
ais are scarce, bht the demand is entirely far jobbing
ns; lots, at 1c. for shoulders, 20Sle. for rbbei sides,.
24; 21,c. for clear ribbed, and 22e. '1 ,. aor clear
nsides. Sugar cured hams are in better supply but
ora!
aw slow of sale at 242c. Ior comnmon brands, and dhde.
_nnt for ehoice brands.
LAnn-We have no change to note in this article,
and we have heard of no sales of any magnitude.
We however quote it at [email protected] for prime, in
tierces, and [email protected] ft lb. in kegs.
STAn CANDLEs-RemaIm quiet, but prices con
tinoe firm. There is, however, a moderate retail
business doing at 20e. for 12 oz., 20ec. for 13 oz.,
22c. for 14 oz., and 26c. for 16 oz.
BUrTTER AND CEannn-Western Butter is in
better demand, while prices are fuller. It is sell
ling at [email protected]:l5 tf lb. Northern Butter is in good
supply, but dull at [email protected] 0y lb. Western
Cheese is in fair supply, but dull at [email protected]<1c. 'e! It.
There are no English dairy lots in the market.
and we therefore omit quotations.
Bai ,t;ts -Is in good retail demand, while prices
remaint lirm. Dealers are furnishing the demand
for the country at 31c. to rolls, and 3Jc. per yard
in bales. We have heard of no round lots oiler
ing.
GlNNY Bcas--Continue very qjuiet, but prices
remain unchanged at 2ttti 27e. for retail lots.
BALE ROPE-Is quiet, but prices are irmen with
an upwardtendency. Iealers are furnishing the
demand at 18,c. for retail lots, and 18c. t) lb. ior
large lots.
SeoNutsEs-Eggs are scaree'and selling at $24R
f$26 bbl. New Potatoesatt $3 [email protected] 23.; bbl.
New Onions at $2 [email protected] 00. Apples at [email protected] f
bbl. Beans, common, at [email protected], choice at [email protected] 5
Shbbl. Chickens, at [email protected] ft doz. Geese, at
Sit010 o doz., and Turkeys at [email protected] ft doz.
Naval STOREs--Common Rosin is plenty, and is
selling at $2 50; but the better qualities are scarce
r and with little demand at $4 50 for No. 2, and SS 50
for No. 1. Tar is selling at $2 50 f bbl. Pitch at
$3, and Spirits of Turpentine at 90c., for large lots,
and 924c. V gallon in retail lots.
SALT--Continues active at $1 80ts$1 85 for
t coarse and$1 [email protected]$2 for fine, in retail lots. It has
been offered by the cargo at $1 65 V bushel. On
Saturday, not previously reported, there were
sales of a cargo of Liverpool, consisting of about
7000 bags, on' private terms.
MaL.s-Canada Malt is selling at $2 20, and
prime Western aSt $1 [email protected] 75 per bushel.
Hors-English a'd Belgian are scarce and sell
ing at S0c. f lb.
('. rI IIto1+ ... i' I very good demantd to the
p. o:ryat;2 'btt. for orotuary t te D
I,, , arer cy. ' 3
F::lorts-t'here alr no fxed or relirble qtr o.
h : fohr fren !sa ,to a;y p,,it. as ,e don utld
-tdi continues bu.it title b '.tcr tl.an ncrninal. J i,,ere wi
in nIo slan-hip ip tor Liverpool, and the rate is en
id. o, L. for cotton to that purt by r ail, and Ic. t-rr
lb. by -all to Hlavre. Asking rates by steam to
New York and ito ton tot r,. yit for cotton and
77t. tf bbl. for fl'ur, and by sail @r0-lbc. 't It.
for cotton and 45c. t. bbl, fotr flour.
Tot: t.im! OL M o t:rT.--lhe Brokrrr' Cirou- t
atr oot j on t e. reoportr: hre aler ot the weekl
tIot" up i too bOito, ioncluding 3[01t tales to rpeeu
]torts, rant f25 4 bales to exporters. The orarket
is dllt, withr a downward tendency, and qurotatiots
harre detined ld toIfd. on Atterioan, and d.rt J
ld. or, othor dee:ri ttons The oSales to-day (Fri
day) were 1t,000 bal-r includinrg 300u baler to
rtprutatora and repurters, the market closing
lirmer. The authorizead quotations are:
Frr-a m td: . raur.
.. .. .... 1,,1 .... .. .... . L. zd.
t Pl, t d y lid a.roo
sts rts e yIra t::d wi
Stock in port--l,tl'i,000 bales, incltuding t54,000
baler of American.
Irurrlroor., June 2 I.--otton--Sales to-day, 1,,
0r0 rbalers, itluding 40r0 hales to speculators and
exporters. The moarket i buryant, wit, an ad- rho
vance of one-half to thrteefomuths of a penny, un
der favorable advir.r from India. Middling up
lands are, uoted [email protected]
Itoeaduitur.t-Ttle market it ioattive, but firm.
t'roviions--iThe market is quiet and steady.
Ton REORT.--The MIancheste-r market wras
I nlll t steady for goods arnd yarn .
Lir.-noor, BEuS'our-'ri MluET.--The breoad- t
stuffis tnrket is generally firm ad upward, with
an advanue oa all ualities. ntichardon, peeu C
b Co. and others reiornt: Flor buoyant, with an
11 avance oot o6.i r. i-' bbl. Wheat upwanrd, vith
an atdvlnte !oI 1r, rental : winler r ed u Soth
.rn, l'b llrs. Ir,. Cuorn Airtn and pward, with an
0I00,a"<,. hT o aor ot:,,'t iri:a.-The proviinn
Onotte uorta .
m.rriet is generaly lirm er, exa ,pt er ba 'on. i
hlddi: i.! Tager. bigeand, Athya< C oa . and Yris, 1
t: lc - " nl r r o a d -lio. htly ato o n ., l-',.rk
ex, . as i t:':V es l,. ,ith alln advan. 1 rli 2-. 1,e.
I.g'.I:IO l'I SIeoerp E n and nM hew. -i ruoter'
I', :U:ar. " rd. . i, . . .: Fo.i .l ." . sl.ay. Cn e ua o. iOs 'e
:,tinser an fli hltnV alvanlu(.d. Rosin -ai i,-r , it
, dO-l=. ¢7. Tor antr,'-an. Spirits trrpentine ici
r'! [,.:ltn"g MI,.1:ý: ,.-- Ia'onoue /rr ad-to otO, toy
'' o rn o uhat firo ad -t ::o ar,, with an ado ton- e ot
- 41. -otoo, 1 ui't at -. fr rails and bar andSo
r1. :lJane at 2. it. 2 for relitne:l.
ý Cttle ILtrtet. t
to l 0rtart-o Sor a toT, -a ou5 10, 1r -.
A rmried vt,'e:n+,av-';7; Texas Beeven, 1.0
Calvto and Yearlings, .t .tugo andl ou, Shteep.r
ood-:r. Txas I-evekp , (tk'alvos and Yearlings,
:islogs and . *Ml-i'h Cows. Stelik on alae--'01
"H',gs,ru5 Sheep and ; ;lch Cows, We quote:
A uosorn B ruae. t qoalrty, p net ............- 12t - 1t
Texaw Beeves, choice, hetd.....................35 MUA 6e 0e
m9 reo ctrrrattle, d qu li try, O nhd...........O....... i
ure u- , ratte, uity, t u head t 0..................1 0 I 20
t oHouo h r oo, I t rea .. ............................. -
S|toe. hgep, Lao a ed .3 -- 3-
h a ........................... 6 .
.r1 or ln los, thor head..........................0.. 0n(2 4 25
Cooreole or p, head ......................... t... - -r - -
Ohoooo Short, to hood ................
Mflbh Cows, head ...............................60 . so 00
Yearlln o , Lh ead ................................1 u o 14
e ý lr .P od . .................................... t 12 0
OFFICIAL.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, EXECUTIVE DEPsARTMN'T,
New Orleans, June 22, 1866.
WHECnEAS John C. Sillnnot has applied to me -
for the cancelling of his official bond as Har
blor Master in and for theportof New Orleans,
to wit :
A bond dated the 21st of March, 1800, for
the sum of twenty-five hundreddollars, signed
by John C. Sinnot as principal and James Me
Closkey and James Nimick as securities, the
said bond being conditioned for the fiithful
performance by the said John C. Sinnot of his
duties as Harblor tMaster aforesaid. •
Notice is hereby given to all persons inter
ested in the above described bond, to show
cause in wtriting at the office of the secretary of
State, within ninety days after the last pub
liction of this advertisement. why the said
bond should not be cancelled and annulled,
Given under my hand at d , seal of State as
abve and Iof the independenee of the United
Stat-c, the ninetieth.
J. MADISON WELLS.
Iv t ,he G tsernr:
J. 1I. HAnIr,
S.J',t! tr . :I' Slak'.
E'TAT DE L. .LtOUn-I NE, EP. DE .I E eCrrr. I I
Nouvelle-Orltan,, 22 Jsuin 1866.
ATrE.Dst que John C. Sinnot eest adress.i k
oi afitn de litire caneellr son obligation oii
1 ,elle comme Maitre de do ort. dian et polr le
girt de la Nourvlle-Orhlans, savoir :
Une obligation datde le 21 nmars 1860, pour
la somme d~e deux mille cinq cents piastres, si
gn e par John C. Sinnot comeme principal et
Jaimes MiClfskey et JameNs Niicek eomme can
t tions, latitlle obligation ettant conditionnde
sur lit fidsle exention par ledit Jlohn C. Sin
3not de ses devoirs de Maitre de Port ei-dessus.
Avis est par le prDsent donnd h tous ceux
y inttressed d'avoir it dduire. 1ar terit, au bu
reau du secet't ire d'Etat, dianles quatrevingt
dix jours apr Is la dernibre publication du prd
sent avis, les raisons pour lesquelles Ia dlite
obligation ne serait pas calcellfe et annullie.
)onnd sous ma main et lo setau de 1'Etat k
tla date ci-dessus, et de l'independance des
Etats-UL is, la tluatrevingt-dixiemse.
J. MADISON WELLS.
Par le gonverneor:
J. H. HARDY, Secrnrtaiire Etat.
THE HYDRAUALIC CLOTHES WASHER
AND WRINGER
The best and most uneflu invention of the kind for saving
household labor ever invented.
t Has more and better recommendations for saving time,:labor
and the wear and tear of fabrics washed, than any otherma
chine. All the other machines either rub the clothes and wear
them eat speedily, or do not satisfatorily perform their work.
IHYDRAULIC CLOTHES WASHER
This s not the case. There is no rubbing of the clothes, and
consequently, no wear and tear. Tih washing is moat eom
pletely and thoroughly periformed by the action of the wheel
alone. Send fora circular, giving full explanation, or caBll and
iexmine them at the General Southern Agency,
Good inducements offered to agents elesewhere.
S. M. BARTON & CO.'S,
No. 17 Tehoepitoulas stnet.
TORA E ............... STORAGE.
s. a. LOeNLEY, JOHN i. PIUTNAM--DELTA A WARE
id IOSEr, fronaing on Frot aind cw Lervee, between tied and
LdHyeltea rtreets.
The above Warehouse, naw being thoroughly repired with
S ,ILLIARD .. Bro.. Lloyd . (l I IAa
Ld g I lA DS ......... IL..A.
id i woul all th altenolien slbuyers to wm new imhroved PA
ruLNT COMBINATION cUSIIDtiNS ANDi 'ABLES. wbich
eannot to blnr la-,d by ally other, it, the world tor ela*tiritca
c ,err e ,t , ,- s i. ' sangl tsan d I c lra il ity, .\ lc r ve l at rO ~l ,l .
olle5sr s ltsl sa lilhe aocsk o v (ha, Biii- ,', . rhvetri
1h h` M t 'rod hs t & O DEO LERS aE I ARTiSet.
SS. canvas. Fine Colors atit Tools Gold, Silver sad Ooplr,
Seaf, Broueee,
OILS,
VARNISHES.
GLASS,
1tA BRUSHES, Ett
NO. 76 Mi¢aUaLne Street,
oT iroF n b.bV Po.,dra
ot O T HF M[EIICIIAN 'Ip ANiD M ANU
at trer of N tw Urlans--Gentlemen t hasve tihe pleasure
ot presenting to y tor avvruabl noticehe first Prospectus st
the ALbBAIA STATE DItEU'IORY. The Directory will
is gire the names of all the Business Aeu. Manufacturers, Pro
feanshmal Meu, te., residing or dioin bsLuess in any city town
rlagetinrthetstte. It isll 'o algiveta general Isrtof New
Srleans, tempehisO.nshvlle. St. twit. Louisvilla rinennati,
tBaltimore, Piladelphita and New .yrk tearchTnos ho transacti
at general bsiness wnth tie state. It it tile intention of thepnb
tsher to publish about live thousand copies Trusting that the
)iractry wailr meet with a iberal support from the merchants
if the State, I remtin, moast respctfullyyiBAour obedient er
or Bea 24ri Savsaht , Oa.
TIOS. I. RMAN,', of Msacon, Ga., Travelig Agent.
as CHAS. B. GiRAYiLL, of Macon, Ga., General Agent.
Its TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
One pag ...........p ............................ . 5O . 0 00
H alf Pag e. .... . .. .............. .. . .. 3. . 'lock
t One Mer Hant ('ard. iucladlng copy of Direetoiy...... 15 Ot
Price ofDiretto ...K....... .......... I,."
sd Agents for N'ew Orleans, 130 Canat et.
THE PISILOSOPHIýY OF MAHIdAGU...
The fourlecturee let tlted The hil'oiphy of Marriag.,"
I as devered at the Nerw ssork Anaslmict Mueumn , its Brod
way. New York, can be b.td in New Orleans at r. F. KeLler,
Iota ri fireet. 'rio 25I crst, tent free tbypost y nyp Ort
AT'ii.' 1"i - L. I. C%
)OY)V~\E , G(iO T. ( . . /IIFLLINS.IIIAN.
i-,J. M. BSON ElR, E J ' rODE , l '. DILLIN.fIAM. i
Attomrlr'L at Law,
(OVER CANAL BANK,)
COCaP n or Co aro o c' a:Ia ?ai i!." S , otoas, SL7T
Wi[llIpford in the roorts . f New OZu r ns i1 as.e .trlet xt
. wliae AtIorny at "-l nz". u, they wi;. pra..oe ehd sroe
"1c cln loimn eNei-t the ftouer mteti
o ULIIENN Ht NINHEL, ESQ., . . . P o
ATIRNOIO: AND i':-rEL AT LAW,
3 I ýo0ai l slreet , I,. otal re.
J. GALLLI... . . .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, r
E TWEEN MAIN AND MARKET. LXOL'TiTl.L. RYNT. J.
0:JOR(EHEAD .2 TIKGOG,
S CAS. S. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM R. TRIGO, )
Attorneya at Law, F
GREENVILLE, MIS.ISSIPPI,
Hae associaed theme ie t ir of
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
S NOfee, 2 Camp Street,
MA N AND M P. o LT.O WL,. R ~S' Co.
'LLJ OM & AO IOE-G
N - (E. SORTHI CELLOM, S. R. THOPPE,)
Attorney, at Law,
S ARENSVILLE, LOUISAIANA.
Pratc-c in t (I C o flt of Aooyoill., ePoCe CO OpN i
l N Reerto te Piropretnr o, the rOoT -. i f
AU S GINSN dr AUSTIN, / e
r (R. L. GIBSON. J. E. AUSTIN.)
S ATTORNEY' AND COUNCSELOR-AT-LAW,
S O. "2 CarondeleL Street, t
ine IARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, E. WARP.EN MOISE
y Attroep and Co..n.lo.r. atN Law.
O Osce, 13 st. Charles areet-- ocs.nd Toor.
RaI & HAIINRIS
r (J. M. 3HARORIS-. r. HRAHRIE)
Attoineyi at-Lalo, Nleksbur.g, Hialsolppl.
Will practO e their N rofe o too tn the oor.o of .Mssiossppi anei
SKIT!! d IKALSEY-
6JAMES B. SMITH, Clinton: J. B..HALSEY, Point Coop.
Attorney*-at-Law,
p aN e formed a paoero .ip, nod il0 prac:ce :trIr proEfeLion
SIns eourtos of the Seoenth Jodicia] DBinC.iC
.01 SHELDON da PARDEE,
(L. A. BHELD ON, DON A. PARDEE)
-ATTONR.EYS AT LA7,
S 18 tl. C2arles. _Stree, New Orlean..
SRANDOLPH, SINGLETON * HARDIE- f
I- .WLL . .T NDOLPH, (CHABLNB B. SILETON, I
11C JONS W. DAMDINE
)j Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
o Comeor Camp and Natcheo str, oo.
SOver Homsn Mnal Iosorane Company, 78 HmpNt4h
oN NEW ORLEANI.
'a. HARRIE dt AOUTS
(B H. .MAN M3. HA FOUTE, O. W. H. MAI)
AttorneSO at Law,
i1l oaamna Se,) ,
1 M. H FOrUT, Cotmmlstooer of Missiesl ppL
r- HUMPHE"" TMARSHALL.
ns COUNSELOR AND ATTORTNE AT LAW,
for Om No.11 Carondelet street, New Orle, aLot
- WIAt o the preparation DO CAlmE to Be dINddLTub
No. 1 Qerariler Street.
Sf JoHN B. HOLLAND,
Tb- ATORNEY NNMCOUNSELOR AT LAW,
iaid No. s Hoyal Trees,
1, (BPPOSIoI CTL.Z' B0000E00
S mldence, No. 7 Hosptal stret New Orlm
KENNARbD d LUZENBEHRO.
(JOHN H. KENNARD, C. H. LUENBERG,)
Atterners and Coonselors at Law,
No. 11 CAToiP STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
Wiln ccept oelaims foe roeetioo in the paahes of East and
WstoFoliCi~no Io . LAd WAOio0z Cooyty. Mioa
I-ARRISON d HTUNTON,
.. O HRARISON, THOMASB HUNTON,)
oli ll pr.actce In sl the Courts of New Orleans , nd woIl
ea tt attention to h yh0 hora eo l ntrIo a ted to them. d id n t
U lo noctloo w0ith a reliable AHttoroo 0 at Wshingto, thei 31Jy
prepare and prosecute claims goi~nt the Ooveoeont.
si DNCAN" N. HENNEN.
let ATTORBNEY-AT-LAW
t No ...........C ro e S tnl ee tl_ N........... . I.
cle AsT eORNsed tohe ratOie of the Law.
OSa- No sRyshol,, ..t ol. streeol.,th, Pso
SoS. lofthelstat;ol., ilosp imstl g.ins0tthOooetnW
At e oe . an ou s lo s at L w
No U AP TOLNE RLAS
WI cetcamsfrcletonI h aihe fE s n
C. H. MILLER & CO.
Manfaectorer .f STEAM REFINED UCANDES, importer -
of WINES. BRANDY. PRESERVED FRUECITS, CIGARS
and all descriptions of FIREWORKS,
Agent for the Los Angelo., Cal., Winel,
50 and 52 sNew Levee street. corer of Nathee.
F, W. BARTELS-
DEALER IN
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
Fine Wines and Liquors, etc.
FAMILIES SUPPLIED.
Corner St. Charles and Erato streets. New Orleans.
Goose delivered to any part of the city free of drnyage.
B. E. CASTENDYRK
91 CAMP STREET.
SOLE AGENT IN THE SOUTHERN STATES
-FOR TUN
WINES OF MESSRS. CRUSB & FILS FRERES,
B ORDEAUX.
I ON QUEYMROUZE
WHOLESALE GROCER
-AnD
- Importer of French Wines, Brandles, ate
NO. 17 ST. LOUIS STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
NO. M ORAVIER STREET
We hae onstantly on hand a ine assortment of
. WINES,
BRANDIES,
LIQUORS,
CORDIALS,
l And Fancy eroeer.Oese,
Which we offer for sale at lowest markt rates.
1 T_ _E A MURDOOK
LAY b MACMrIRRHDO, _ý
IMPORTERS,
Wholesale and Retail
--týrLEas rn
Fine Wines, Llquorsn, Ete.,
No. at UNION STREET.
LEDO Ib DAMMRON.
(C. LEDIG, H. DAMMRON.)
Wholesale Groeers and Dealers in General
Previsions, Cigars, Tobaeeo,
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.,
No. 51 POYDRAS STREET, NEAR NEW flYE
Naw Orleans
SDWARD CONESY.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
vnomnlsinon and Forwardlng Mnrehean.
WESTERNPRODICE. FOREIGN andDOMESTIC WINES
t LIQUORS, eETC., ET.
0oosn oonoxl A FSos 8rers, Nsw OL.As, La
rFORORECLR BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
MDlere In orelign and Domesttn Liquors
(Agnt for Pine Apple Whsky)
S TCHOUPITOULAS STREET, NEW ORLEANs
IU MAA D, Ib t N IXa5 E II A
(ALF. H. ýISAAcON-ýENSU b. SEIYAR
WholeealDsleers, in
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
IEportes ofC ine Wins end Lqueorn.
Nt COMMON STREET,
NWg erlnsns, Loeedtai
NEPENDENTA TIOUGII LINE -- i
MITCRELL, RUTL AND & CO. Late IAQUESS, 1TIT
UHELL CO.,, BEN.. E. NITCHELL, of New
Orleans, JOS. P. RUTLAND, M;,bile,
Forwardlng and Cnmmle..on Merehsnts, J
SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT CO
AGENTS,
No. 34 Commerce street and 32 Front street
MOBILE, ALA. -
SH. W. BUCKMASTEr d CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MER
CHANTS,
3O and-82 New Levee street.
JOHN A. WILLIAMS a CO.
(JOHN A. WILLIMS- S. VAN INGEN.) N(
RECEIVING,
Forwardlng and CommlIBlon Merchants,
Old Railroad Depot, Alexaodria, Iý
Refer to-Hewett Norton & Co.. Campell & iSrong, Boiiy
k Edcapon, Col. .. Nixon. New OCr'ans.
E W. ADAMS, (
CO.TMISSION MERCHANT,
2M Alles d'Orlean., Bordeaux, Franee.
RrBnlINCE--Hon. C. M. Cnr.ad Pyye. HTnt!ngitn A
Co., W. i. Avery. ien. D. W. Adm,, IIenderC, n & 5.a, N
I . W. BurbriCge, Bocliguy EAchlpon, J. W. Zcsrie an.d J.
o. NSon. ,
WILLIAM LEETCH
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
lR MAGAZINE STREET,
Sole Agent for J. . Dpyton & Co.'a New York celebrated
n Preernes, Oysters, Lobsters, Salmono, Plckle, Sauce, Syrups,
etc. Fi.e Wines, Brandle , Rs.kies, qruity garanteed the
Sbesl, and prlcea as low u any.
Teen of E.A.k S C. J. Low's direcp Ira:ton origaln and
cr:,vekicnt packages of variocs ':zes.
Grocers, IHotel Keepers and (Paz .t-i Merchants wil] ind it
to their advantaeto call and examine samples at the office,
Isecni.TfiILTIron L Tot, N I 65 >a.i e sweet.
JARTINEZ & PALACIO
Ei tFO. PIZARRO MARTINEZ-ANTOUIO PALACIO.
Commisslon Merchants,
193 GPAVIER STREET,
Dp. 0ILLINHAM .a BEILOIS
(C. DILLINGHAM--JOHN DEBLEIS.
imn SBccessorT to Weed, WItters & Co.,
Commleslon Merchante and Wholesale erocer
Noa. 7, 9, 11 and 13 Tchoupitouise Street,
1p5 Nsw ORLs.s.
G. iL. KOkNU .6 DMO.,
slon (G. L. OUNS, BEN. B. KOUNS.)
O-ner l Commission Mercheat.,
WHOALALE GEOCERS,
-Am DALEas la
FANCY GROCERIES, BOAT AND BAR STORES
No. IS Common stret. New OrlSea
-I Couecuon, Contsigments to eB, and Orders to Purchas
- from the Levee, solicited.
lu atttion given to RBRhvig , nd Forwsr lg
Liberal Csh AdvanCes made on Cosignment.,.
WfL'FlMN BBOTHESE.
S C(0. P. WEITEMAN, B. C. WHITEMAy , K W. WITR
MAN,)
0aa.Smmlon, Receivln and Forwardlng
Merchants,
Wholesalesnd Retel Dalrsm in
,, GRBOCmEIRS, WESTERN PRODUCE, LIK E, EIENT
NAILS, Etc,
- fayou Sara, La.
WT HaRlng nemedb butines at thl old d, rpntm l y
solict a re ewal of forme patronage.
a A. STEWART CO.
|5 (ANDREW STEWART, J. A AVER ,)
S a.omnulon and Forwarding Mlerhant.,
-Delers in
BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
No. I Peters (or New Levee) street, comer of Cn stree
(Orroaei Ta CSTOnm HEoS,)
New Orleans, La
- trlct attention paid to the Sale and Storage of Ill kinds o.
Produee Liberal Cash Advances made on Conetgnmeat. nd
prompt returns. Als.. Agent, fr the Red River Expraes.
SMITH CARR,
S(J. PINCKNEY SMITH, Carroll parih; JOHN M. CARE,
Madson parish,)
Commtuion Lerehants and Purchasing
Agents,
S iCAin STREET, NEW ORLEAN
IW'Csh Advances made on Consignments.
and4 JOSEPH H. OGLESYT,
(LATE OGLESBY & MACAULAYJ
Commission MLerehant,
NOS. I 70 AND 7N TCHOUPITOULASB STREE,
Now OaL.sn
COMMISSION MERCHANTM ,
No. at Broad Street, New Yark.
Cuh advas made on shipments to the above bhous by
JOSEPH H. OGLESBY,
0. 2 .04 70 and " Tehonnliol ."·,u
JAMES WRIGHT,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
24 1.2 Carondelet street.
Foregn and Domestic EXCHANGE bought and sold.
ADVANCES made on conuslgments to A. R. McMae ter
Bro., LIverpool; Caldwell Ashworth, S Wall street, NewYork.
BEPN. TOLEDANO,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Na. 16 ninlon street, New Orleans.
T. ". NOEL,
COMMISSION MERC' 4..5,
For the sale of
Cattle, Hog, Sheep, Mules and Hoana,
STOCK LANDING, NEW ORLEANS,
Satisfacto refereno. givon.
CIENOWETH, CASEY a CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 8R GOravler Street.
New OaILg,. L.
.1 H. NICHOL. a CO.-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
sUCCRseRBS Ts o. L ICROLS & OS.,
Galveston, Texs..
BRET a MecCLURE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Levee Street, Shreveport, La,.
Solicit Conslgnmentl of Cotton and Merchandie.
WHITTY & N.-
HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION,
Recelving and Forwarding Merchants,
And rade Sale Auctioneers
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
No. 2 Levee street, Shreveport, La.
STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC.
STEVENS * BEYMOUR.
SE, 5 STEVENS, W. E. SEYMOUR,)
-DAERzs IN
Papaer, Statonery, and Fancy oo00
I N ad Common street, opposite the t Hotel
E.C . PALMER a CO.,
_ED. C. PALMER, JOSEPH WILD,)
Wolesale Dealers H
Paper, Envelopes and Hage,
wa 11S Gravier strt New Orluns, L
UNDERTAKERS.
- R. CONDON,
UNDERTAKER.
843 Magazine Street, corner Delord.
Metalic Brilal Caes and Casksts (fiulllss ansd satin inUed)
Also, Mahot ay Black Walnet and Plan CoUns, and Zlnk
cases. Boies disinterred and creus l l shipped AG orders
promptly atteded t. CARRIAGES TO HIRE.
WINSLOW & PHILLIPS,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
No. 9 Rampart Street, ate Crcs,) between Common and
Grvlier streets
Ovisg a set variety of COFlIN( and META LLIC BU.
IA CASES. together with Hearses Carrisaes and a larg
ta.ble, are prepare to sexecste all orders in heir linso with
StitlfaS5ioq l' tgIr patrswl,
COTTON FA(:CORS, JETC.__
,l. NELarN., .--J. W. (OLFiN.)
Cotton Factors, Comml.eoon Sterbchant and S
Importing Agentls. Cc
NO. 31 NATC'EZ PTREET, NEW ORLEANS.
Orders a nrtrrl~nr al) . o. t1rih adtt,
JOHN M. EIANICO . CO.
COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND FORWAP.DING (
MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Caronelet Street, up stars,
F ALIA. ALLISONk a CO.-
(E. B. FALLS-J. OSCAR rOWELL, Agent-4OERN H
ALLISON.)
Cotton Fctrs and Commss.ion Merehants,
Na 99 MAGAZINE STREET,
SPEED, SUMMERSI E CO.,
NO. ( CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS, th
Cotton and Tobaceo Factors, I,,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS t
And Comneelsl Agents.. he
HAILOW J. PHELPS d. CO..
(HARLOW J. PHELPS, of New OeTans ; 8. . E BUCm B
Cotton Factors
ENE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1 Gra5er streae bswes Cmp Caed 8L Cb.re. . O
HOGAN * PATTON.
W. H. HOGANM, late Ys.a Coaty, MI ,
JOHN PATTON, New 0Orle.a ,I,
Cotton FPcor CI.
G(LERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING mKE
CHANTS.
No. 188 Oravter street. New Orlee.
d M .ARTIN 6 HAWTHORN_. ((
S(B. W. MARETIN- T. HAWTHORN.)
Cotton Faetors and ommlisdon Merehnts,
67 CARONDELET STREET,
New Orena.
Oe for Panttlon Machinery pa Mrly ste t
TORIAN. MACRAE & CO.
(. T. TORIAN. W. S. MACRAE. late of Mamis. G. W
MACRAE. ]ate Porter Meaase, Meps.,)
Cotton and Tobacco Fcetors and Comml.lSon
Merchant.s,
63 CARONDELET STREET,
r _ New OrldSna
WARREN * CRAWFORD.
u(. . WARREN, T. W. CRAWFORD,)
Sseesn tos Wsrm, Gilmore A C,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCEHATE
Na. 6 Csrndelet Strseet, Nw Orla, La.
THOS. M. SCOTT ak CO
(THOS. M. SCOTT, of CIaibome Fodh. L..; JAO. T. SIB.
LEYTH NewO.Isg.; . A HEARD, oHIdS. Cou.ty
Mi..isppI.
sCotton F.etosrs and Commlulon HMerehant.,
No. 81 Crondelet Strse,
P 'osh steans, on eonsugmmt.
J. J. PERSON dN CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
--And-.
(HN A. STEVENSON, A. H. MAYJ
N Cotton Factor.
SI F ENEERA COMMISSION MERCORANT,
Ne. 4 Perdido street
W Edme RICHARDS;ON-.
(J.5. WYCHE, J.E. RICHARDSON. SS.eeS.,Sto John I.
Wyhe ACo.)
Votton Maetorn and Iomml.ulon Merehlats
41a aM .N STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
JOHN PHELPS,
(BOscarsr to Phelps SA JonJ
COTTON FACTOR
-AND
.eneral oommltlon MercLhant,
NO. 43 CARONDELET STREET. NEW ORLEANS
W. B. TULLS,
(SUCOESSOR OF TARLETON WHITING A TULLIS
Cotton Factor.
No. S8 PERDIDO STREET,. NEW ORLEANS.
H.VON PIrEL. J., * CO..
(HY. VON PHUL, Jr., WE. VON PHUL,)
Cotton. Factors. Forwarding and miCosensle.
Merchant.,
1oe Poydras Street, New Orleanm
sraaNCs.-Horr1 Gayle & Co., New Oeasn.; Vo
Ph _l. Waters _ Co.. W. . Ewl.. A CO., St. Louis,. Mo.
A. F. JONES.
Cotton Broker.,
194 COMMON STREET.
S. WHITED * CO.
(SWInTD, F. S. GISW.L. .BR APER, LR ONDAI L)
COTTON FACTORS,
General Comms lton Merchants,
I7 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
BOUIINTY d& ESICLA.PON,
(D. BOULIONY, L ESCLAPON.)
Cotton and Sugar aectors
OOMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Comns Corson AND BARao eTraOm,
New Orleans
CLARAKE -5 CO..
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
88 Poydraw street,
New Orleans,
AND CORNER OF MAIN AND WALNUT STREETSB,
St. Louis
HOWARD. PRESTONS & BARRETT
Cotton and Tobacco Faetors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1(1 Common street.
Nrw Ooo.sAs. LA
DEN ADAMS & GAFF,
(T. DEAN or DeanMcG(nnl Wflos New York ; NO. D.
ADAMS, of Little Rokot Ark;T. T. FF, of T, a J. W.
Gaff, Auroras, Ind.
Cotton FactorS and Commis.son Merchants
NO. 140 GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
EDEY .5 PINCKARD
(P. F. EDEY, WM. FINCKARD, Ja,)
Cotton Factors and General Commoselon Men
chants,
No. 8 COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
H_.NTINGTON a BHOTHEE-
(A. S. HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.)
Cotton Factors and General Commbalon
Merchants,
No. SO NATCHEZ STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
Cash advaoces muds on coLsganmoats to our addres and to
our friends in New York atod Liverpool.
ST L. MAXWELL *R CO..
Cotton Factor,O eneral Merchandlse
BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1) Natchel street. New Orleans, La.
ROSSE, PHOTHEBO AS CO.,
(JOHN ROSSER, Koslusk Miss,., N. B. PROTHBO, New
Orleans La., JAMES B. ROSSER, Now Orlens, La, )
Cotton Facetors
-Nn
0BRERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4I Uts)on streeS, New Orl.no.
JB. POWELL.
Cotton Factor and Commluleh Merehralo.
17 CAEONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS
W. R. STUART, Coate Swot A Jame.)
ECHLM S od BOON-
(LA. H. CHALMERS, U. . BOON.)
COTTON FACTORS
A.d GeneralM Cmmlion Me.cha
NO, 138 GRAVIER STREET.
New Orleas
HORHELL. GAYLE d CO.
S(B M. HgRRELL J. W. GAYL, J. E IENHOEJi
COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMDIOBS
S MERCHANTS,
A ON. 197 Peydras .treet.
NSw OSFS.
COTTON FA Tr(3 P1. 1 ET: f1
AJ . SS. (ONNOLY . C OO.---O ., P''F "rJ
treat. .New 6 ely , f.. LIVINGSHTON, FfrOi C a.
,o,. 3S; lor b rty 'eet N,. York,
Cotton Faetors and General CFts 1,
Merchant..
Lihora, rot, A'Ne,, made nn cotton rd Htly I',-GAeH
con*ined to us or to our friend, at Litverool. ..mx ('.
S.ly. Joho Fo.., Hl. T. Loi nRt _, .f. H Hey,.
jILLiAM M, NIXON At CO.,
(FRAN. WILLIAMS, JOHN NIXON, Je., ,'TLLANi N
PAFHAM,)
Ceotton Faetors,
NO. 48 UNION STREET,
ONROE M REDDINOTON
(JOHN T. MONROE, THOS. REDD1NGOTF.
COTTON FACTORS
General Commltaon HIerehaats
Go CARONDELET STREET, CORNER OF -FSDE(M
Msens,. Monroe and Reddlngton are get for i. m
the clebrated Wtr, &A Co.'. S amlls; talo f (t Th
Iron Works, Richmond, V. They a a p sa
to furnish ilroad Iron, Spiket, .a .Ms, and .lM.si
Pressed Spikes, Spsdeeand Shovels, inauy mentety, tod f M.4
hbet quality, at a lower rate then those etids somis)
rnihed by any other houe in this city.
NEWMAN & BUC*INGHAb-
(EDWARD NEWMAN, GEO. BUCKINGHAM;,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MIERT.A. F'
No. 81 Carondelet reet.
Wee OAlr Ogs, LA.
SaX DE sOw at CO.
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSIONF ME RIL.-sN
ISO Cemmen .treet, c..-e Cse,.tsShA .
-BUTT, FLASH dat LEO-
(GARY W. ETTT-WM. FLASH-THOS. T. . A LV..
Cotton Faeto., General CoCmlsvs.,
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Corner Carondelet and Unimo strtee, Now I .
Liberal eath adv.set made on coeIggmente to enSdino.
Orce or Goode promptly ottended to.
LOWE & BIGeON
(B. M. LOWE 8.. Huntsvne, R Al--A . Dr., is &
with W., Johnson t Co., New OeIe,)
COTTON FACTOR,
OSneral Comml.laoa erMehaM .
40 OUION STREET, NEW ORJlA4.Ry
WIC R. QUEELNZ a BRIL- -
(W. aL GRENE A 00., SeLopI .-W. .a &REax
CO., Ttekabbth.)
Cotteo FEate.s nd Commteeao sa .esalU
511 GOEVIER STREET, NEW OLEAN
-o. OGC LESBY, AgtetS-LtentS tS.SeOLteAO4
Lewis Ogleehy'. old frtiendes will Ind the lair 7s
end aenots t above addtars
ME.RITT, DUNLAM,MeI INeNER ~sa
(L. M. MERRITT, New Orleans: McKINNELL A C
iHazelshurt, Mis., ATKINS. DUNHAM A C5, A~eoir
cola, Florids.)
COTTON FACTORS. GENERAL CAOMMITICH " &W
:B FORWARDING MERCHANTS
S47 Croudelet street, N.e O,1,
a JOUR L. LB a Co0,
HOHER . L., T. JONES STEWAmR...'
4Cotton Factors,
-4 Cano..a. Bns.
A.TM4u d* UCZORCK, LATE OFP DIf ,t ,
Cave. Al e., 1e04 Scme.,)
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEICAART
No. TO CI.rodelet atree,
New Orleans, L
EDWARS AULLS a CO
.OISMN FAATORS AND COMMISSION M"A.'mA
. leO Commson Streest.
GEORO P. CELDRU.
N 1OO.N FA~TOR AND COMM I84MION 1
I No. 1rIS Grater stretm .
s 8tB
lIISCELLANEOUS.
Bh h t & TEEPAGNIER,
(GEO. McD. BURKE-F. O. TIEPAO.'0fLD
General Merchandise Broker,
R.ES......... BANK PLACE, NEW ORLEANS ..... N
N. B.-Prticulsr attention given to the rale s, P"-.,. ,
Bagging, Gunny Bag. Rope, Cofee, Sugear. S, .a.
THoxrAs T. BOLLINo,
PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE ELr~..Lr
No. T4 Carondelet street, Neo Or7,-,o ,,.
JACOB OTT. CABPENTER.
Speil attensiHon gren to REPAIRING of dIO cR Os.
DWELLINGS.
CISTERNS MADE AND REPAIRER
IOrden left at 26 Tivoli Crcle, or .t L DUCRA .an
nor Toulouse and Chartre streats, promptly sttamW r~,
F. AJSCHLEMANN,
S Wholesale and RetaL
WAGON MANUFACTURER'
166 Gravier and 17 Union street, New Orleans, -m'7-g=..
J. . COOLEY, Agent,
WOill mansaoture to order and keep eonstaoOyOO ., -,
WAGONS and CARTS of everyp descrptlon, Tihao .I.
BOAT AND OAR DEPOT..
F. A. THAYBR & CO.,.
Boats and Oars of all Klndt .
211 FroutostreOt, (Nr s
R. SEATON. ARMEHITECT
NO. i7 CAMP STRET,
(Entra on Natcms -eet, oer Ho. Ies ,se Mlt e.
Dealgns made for city and foOntrl. s nda.o E i
for oImroeino Par.e and Plm.o. 0db lb 55t0rhs$
oidooatolor eaibch.
wIb o rosu.500 roteendaoOn
LOVEI" . Bn.LEN.,
8IE BROKERS AND COMMISSION MRRCI I .
IB Caroedelet Street.
J. P. LOVELL, formaly BitS., Ioa A Oa, ANs o oso
W. S. B.LEy. for..l.y Aig st Andrb S Co., htl.. .
STALLS NOB. 1 AND I ST. M.RT'S MARKS..
Ship., Ssoashhlp ma.d SteambMet *Sa ,
ero is now prepl.tS to louish hilold hrom o or.A'o
with rvnrtins in th meat lan at hls old rses of . boh .
E. RIC.ARD.D
BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACT_:..L
160 St. Ann Street,
Belween Burgundy and Rampa-t strot,
NEW OR2Z.oUT.
Always on hand Marble and Slate Bad TABLES; no (ia.
nagb and Deckern' PATENT CUSHIONS. AlA oo.
sarticlle In his lin.
TIHOMFSON Ae mEALL,
(CHARLES L. TIIOMPSON, lates of Locans, T'n-.h.,o..
Co, St. Loula Ge0. W.. N.E. REALL, lateof .,,.,n
General Purchaslng Agents.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.,..
No. 21 Locoso 8xS01,0. BARoTwE MEn Oass9oi,.:o .,
P. O. BOX 2007. SAINT LOUITS
pAPER AND STATIONERY WA-tBE"oa
Nos. 86 ad S COMMON STREET.
We have In store a large and exteoonsive stok e M
Wrapping and Writing Paper, Stationery, Blsoas Brt
School Books and Faa Good. Adap tedto evey ,.A
trade and for sole at rsonabole prices,
STEVENS * SEIVE °$.
M QUOID. MERLE * CO.,
(JAMES MoQUOID, CHRIS. MERLE O. .ETi
J. T. AYCOCK, JOE GITWINOEG.
(Suo aesorsto C. WObNl 0 Ao.,)
C.OMMISSIOo M RCEEANB.
--roe 'mn s"n or
Cattle, 1SOCa o sN NGtoep
City of Jee~ois 1,C,
R T.kMONTAN NA, IMOOBTR. O.
NEIGON FRUIT.
Wboleot Deamin aSl EtdA of Died an.' di.m5 P -...
No. 11 FRONT AND 1I FULTON TJLtETI.,
BetwRoo Comme and OeGvm esoetas
NEW ORdAS.1M
WdNo o BROAD STREET, :Ew TRE..
Cotton mad TobsS Pactors and OoaeraEi- n
Ito.tton at Cssodos oot Sro , 0aoo
0H. . NWOo . de"e. .ro- : .
Wholesale ,wrocerh asaOommlaeles Mpr
No. 54 Qatondelet Seroet, Nuw 5:w t~s..».

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