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New Orleans daily crescent. [volume] ([New Orleans, La.]) 1851-1866, July 18, 1866, Morning, Image 7

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WElN'~i TalI' M , IteIN it,.UILY lI, 1le5.
,g w Or';uSt, 3ýToneg i ut'itet.
The iod Imarket openeld this morlng at yester
day's cloeing figutres- t(..,lIIhl, ; but it soon
advanced to i50, uwler favorable advices fronm
New Yoek, while it, seuho.quently relapsed, anl
finally closed at It4d 10t.1,. Operations on the
treect were ratler heavy, while those at the
Brokers' Board were unu,uaally light throughout.
We annex particulars of the former as allowll ,
viz: $2000, $3000 and l01)00 at 14.; $50t0 at 14.04:
$3000, $,5000, $o000, lil00s, F10,000, $15,000 and
$15,000 at 1 1it ; $1000 and $10,0010 at 14 ; $2000,
$.000 and $5000 at 11:; $21,0000 at 149051494;
$5000, $.'000 and $10.000 at 14914; F$000 at 140.9 and
$13,000 at 1.i0. Sales ol ,ilver have been restrict
ed to $1000 and $2000 American icoill at 1410, and
1s00 Mexican dollars at 15O). We now <plote
lGold at 14ttl.t140l. and Silver at 1.17,l40 for
American coin and 151li153 for Mexican Dollars.
FoaEwrN Ee.rnIAeE-lncreasini g weaknees and
inactivity are the most prominent features
in Foreign Exchange to-day. The market
was but poorly upphlied at beat, and
the demand was at no time better than
nominal Irom the opening to the close of business.
Satls of Ste:rlirg have s beil restricted to a few
trltling bank hills, at our revised quotations, and
tholie ofl tFrlece comprised only 5(0,000f., bollght
by a banik Ir goll, at ,.2241f.; 2)0,1)if+, sold for
earreniy by a banki, at:; .; and753.0001'., private,
at3.5f'. fn' crlrec.iy. Qloutati0ms now rule U
102(1[1;;3 for bank Sterli"lg; 15r401t;0 for tlee"
bill,; 1 lU l.;.i l0 r bt ll of 11 il.t l biil : l 3 t '; .rIlg. if.
ifor 1 , aud .i ,.ri..cf. for uti/r0
I;t , tn,0t.
ti lcx'ha' age hl di.,li c., ! -eI1 Ilittthtr wen0 ,l ,'--.
a'tit-s r ):ni 1,u , . ,>utmued el '.0ly re tit' j
anrd thl, i.q: 'ry to- che.k- ov.r the (iount-i" l:n I,
a viry maIl-:dl l , lftlhog c lc , ail o llt ,,:, wlth p ,
etc eo· ral i tv1. ic. N1 l'eeur. 'i. it-,i: hy ,l:i'ank sa.li
bl,!.. r- t No.t 1..00 , e t ', lt o l lr :.utiti ..ci l
i21) Um., 4.+;1.1'.3 aun' 4,0,5 1 New rk -Y t ,
par, wal io,1 ten d-ayl' i t a l2 p.sr cnlt. at llount
.l0 U1) lVtl ty dto S 1 +' - l ,ht tl I t pr ,:l na . ,ii- 1 f ne o
and 401,0 11 t:7 y days' P'0 at " i,'r , t. d-
S th e. 'Ihu,. 'a, , t 1 toy ic . lee. ' oi l -c tes ,1, +
bank, and j 1,.re(t. ,h-a,.o t to iar Illof-diur
for iel cheles ii toe Northetir citiet.
uvrite sic:Nriti N di-clir. a e-tady aitv;nec Tile
outdoor toa..me n f the'f l' mr d tha t has trar( ,1 ",br t, 1
day wait$,u i :41. cit o lf New lrlals nl,,tes a :,',' .
IThere a nis: y hti, able for any cl-,
u. tn private tenes ; and ti 1at:,k of Louis ala
ac 01
The sales at the tirokiers' Board have been in m
the foluwing order, vi c : :
.M-or..v ,* St.shiox. ar
II .S .-I'i - Book (tl, : , 14, ii
"N 1'n 1.1 Bank C -T
` vc L-tecvtht ti mie r r ih- o
S ,'rilt ela TLe m:,r ., l
SPE c t ... ........ ....... .. .. . tca . y
Nuew ach .ide " e. acheIs
Evl..t N,: S>,vl tON. 2f
ivte aelif :r ittea i tiocy .ce tei.... li l t t
ec Louti.,a ititElate Baok .iivi... i . ^
s ..i Ci, H tra rd .d it... . ..l . la
iicy t pOu il .tahir v . t. it Ic tall itr
$Ile,IMJ1 sa w L fu Sl nyt lea n w! J+. m "'' fo r l
mUII Ineyit W. lh ut n adtN Boltinl+ ....... . .. ,t3r
u J a Itt ton . vit .... ..t... ... 9e5, el ct
s'dt i t. s ai ..d . ..... ........ Iti d, in
$ala s lud . i.r ie i . ..i u i ..... .. . 19 ,
tends to pay otf lts temporary floans. This move
m inth, in athe lion to th l atioa tie nk o t ie o tto
year certii-atei w;viii pit at tile cmnmand of blvy- a,
lrowt.Irs an l.lrg.e oult of n oney. andive :ll iral
greater ca-, t,, v , e ttiil rect )bi lt ,.pe lilt in ,et 1i 1
t argt tih. i ttemi irary eispcrt e darci e is thl' t
wreicked. asontn as these two elases of shmort
caurrency ,te. ore di eo the witiy there is holi i
a-rIl, why im -el1, , iti n , t criti Iot at hoge go a 1b
step further and oal,:r to , holdelrs ,l copomoud, .
icltesc a gld-cealg boid olt telptig len tol a: ; i
per .e ,altend g',, thou out bs th, woy anin'. As 0
sten crsd threa., e ivtn cital! looi an i'emlrrye
iblehed, brretv;u itoIaly lvrte, will eb ty mo'e foren h.
M Ie:uilo'e is e tie y aie e to steadily ia
to"iedei oi tenvartin orbtiytl'y debt il'o lona
bvyeo, and s ed eaet the ltgao ternde of etit, pnn i
whc llt lhe utital t)t, lli art new so daonger'ualy i
texalen . o a rvbal ' epic nwi the ecailthe eaey tof
all aood blitete iti aeffitng, tiwt bnks tt e
uNe Wi0 , ieot f irredtemwihle paper ah i twill, t
no doubit, b,4,,ro it,- adjournmellt il some degree'
orte anll-nl le only to reitdne their eire atieli
but to redece troc remainder at tile three ca e is.
A rlducltion of legal te oder of four oinailyq per
ionth, with a contra,'din of natiomnal bnk f reny- ,
l:tiot, and thi usual indreased e olnldoymont filo
molly to move tile craps ilow fast maturilny, will
gice t, lenders n advantage they dwill nro b oe s!ow
to raur. The trepary is iot pelfortlieg its duty
in the way of iceilidell the curreocy and flding r
thNe debt ; bt it is not wholly tide hy an means. c
ng daebt, aod less of legal tender iny cirulatinn ;
and at no remote day, reluctant as Mr. McCulloch 1'
is to act boldly upon the ceonervtive policy of
hris eort Wayne speech anl pis alul report, lie
will iend himselg ie a position, when hls acrcuon
latlro of income alone will allow him to hoard, 2
not cancel--for that is not necessary--eueo llg
legal telldel to force a contraction as thorough in
its calet a al loies of coin produced when gold ant
not legal tenders was the basis of banking and n
other credits. 'The financial balloon of irredeem- n
able pape brought into use by the rebellion has
become inflated to the last degree of safety, and
must be brought to land by a enforced ontrac-y
tion to prevel t an explnuill, which will carry the
whole machine and its passengers down in one
mass of ruine like that of 1 i37.
Nteaw Yo lapKnre'--The Worlh of the latest
date Cthand f y ys:
It is understood that t realtry departmont it
delivering quite large amounts of new 5-20cswhieh
have been paid for by the surrender of compound
notes and 7-30'e. nlstead of making these ex
changes secretly, the treasury eshould open toe ex
change of shot icurrency det for long gold-bear
ing bonds at a price to all hotderm. Tle payment
of one year certificates will in a few days set free
fromthe treasury a large T mouf t of currency
which, judging from the present popularity of 1
gold-bearing bonds, will lind its way ito them.
After Congress adjourns it is probable that the
treashry department will take steps to getr
its temporary loans out of the way end nlanbge
its dfitrc y so as to kill oft spe¢tauttic l
in gold, stocks or commodities, and return the
gamblers to some industrial pursuit. In a few
weeks theore will be a large deldand for arrency
to move the Props, which will be eupplied from
tihe Atlantic cities, at tle expense ol those who
are now speculating upon cheap stoney. The
movemtnts of tle treasury, the retiremet oif ctnr
relcy by atoi bhaclks, ale the demand for meatey
to move tile crops will at an early day create an
active demand for i :apital, at full rates, i Niew
Yiok--a fact which parnties making engagments
for the flutre will io well to relnember w
The Chicago Tinms of Saturday scya:
Tile local money market ccntinous to worki
tcvivdi ionreahed stringency. Tile tendency ot
Sthe iprodoce market during tb e ast week las
se, ved to encoulage an active speculative muove
melt ie most leadiug articles, and of course led to
au active demoland for money. This demand the
bah, weree not In a cogdition to meet fully, sinee
the supply of eurreney was extremely light, and
after dlhsunttng freely tor one or two days tile
heaviest institutions were cotpelled to change
their olecyt ndenorcise e~no derable discrimina
tion mailliking adanuces.
The following is from tile latest New York
News :
We give tihe- following extracts as straws in the
wind to show that a dratin has set in since thle lirst
of the mouth that Inky be expected ere long to
deplete this market of mnney to such an extent as
to make it active and check the advance, and per.
ihaps depress the general list of negotiable secur-ll
ties ,A csuperabuldanc lof money at thia place is
an unnealthy state of things. It should be at work
all over the country and cSleclally in the needy
The Chicago Tribune, of Monday. rays:
The money market during the week has ruled
quite stringent, and bauhere have generally been
under the nccessity of restraining borrowers.
Owung to thle heavy receipts of ~orn, and great
activity in the shipment of pronduee geoerally,
there has been a greater d:,waud for money both
io', o iy o "I e'.O ltry lio ro.,h e. , o11 eo-r onriy b d 1'
t l hr t bol, o,- nh for tC N,:w Y-r: to e0epply the.
r[' plu nments of tri de 'a l e.o lnm rlo. "T 1 dty 1l .
.iruk ,t i, pcerha op , ea oi.r t Li t in thel earler 11 .1
,fil t.. o t.lt a l lie lal:4 io o :ily at 10 l iot. t
)t mouth.
'The St. Louis ttepublican, of Saturday, says:
BMonooiy coelinoo ', lctive, wtlllb only a Ioeood'.rottl
scppI)ly or cereny on Ilnnd. We under..Land that
e,,m e of olr ank( rt hldinglargie balaonoes in Now
York, in order to ease oup the money market here
have ordered urrenrcy out by expreQe . This course '
would, in a short time, malke matters very com
New Y enre [mxeoooTs--The following shows the
exports (exclusive of specie) from New York to
foreign ports, for the week ending July 10, and
since the beginning of the year:
I W:1. 10000. 01.. 0
Ir the week .&5.224 '707 111 757.10 $1. 90.v0'
I'revlaa ,'y rrelred e 7.r51 ,2t5. 7x11%,4"o 1ec 7,0lle ,2a T
s a oe J.n. 1........ $92,574e / 1 2 $s0.0a0,70 $109170,100
GlommetdalI ntelIigence.
seC-, orrfieo. NO. 94 C( t58PT,
Tueodar$ Evenin. July 17. 1tt.
COTTON--The market has been very quiet with- r
out any quotable change in rates to-day. Sales I
have barely reached 1000 bales, at irregular
fieures, but within the range of yesterday's quota
tions, which we repeat as follows, viz : Ordinary,
27;ei,70c.; good ordinary, [email protected]; low middling, I
'.2r,.l,.:; and middling, '[email protected] Tile movemente
has been divided among eight brokers, and the
market closed unsettled at the above figures. The
lmited character of the orde-r recently received g
leave but little 11i.eretionary power in the handa P
,of brokers, while, ms,,t holders of cotton anulli
pate a hcaoy advance.
A rTATMNT OF CoTOON.
, , ne- l bnd Npo t. et, l- le............ 83.23
ftarcal Vga r" ,/ ilusti ... ....................... 7:19 ,.i--739,176 i
. .. ............... 3.1,, 7 112 t
'Th,, ·..i"l t. at,! ex,":lu-iv'ly f,,r If 3,,ton.
F0r0;n0A , 0 0 lMr.n-i:,--The r,,eipts from the
, t ih' yestrday lmpri4ce 12 r ds.- old Stlugar.
No .11Olasoe. Luoo saln Sugar and Mfolasse are
mi lim;ited o,1 ring, and tLe supply o(f foreign lo
t- .l 1 t !GMt, hands i nearly exihtustod, but 'rfler
I1i lo {f inmp,,rted Sugars are amJprle with sefrcely
"any demadl, andl the monuvement in all claeses con
' in very doll. -ThIere. is no inquiry for roau d
.t, , and poly a rniail retail bnsiness doin' at pre
i ,s prie, vii : ( iw on at 12 1,o;'ol ., fair at
pri e v,,ry ,:,er -e at 1 .. yf ellow clrii i
itt 17e., and white iouisiana do. at 17lc. i ý) lT.
Cuba sugars rule at 12)@13.c. for Nos. 12 and 1:o .
On roff-,r of i52.10. l g lllon was reuoed for part of
a Caroe of Cuba Moolaeq.es
T,, Has been very quliet to-day, butI
lolders still continue very firm ill their priCel , and I
1do not po s ti, lr stucks on tihe market. Thlere
Shave ben Ino ales of any malagitude since our
Slast, but we continue ouir quotations as
follows, viz: low refused, light and heavy,
;I'rCe., good do.te 5I 7c.: common leaf 7l le.:
fair do.2lr;o 1..: good do. [email protected]: fine do. 17,@'n
1 9c. and choice o20~l2c. eU ib. in currency.
Fo'e'o: -The supply of all grades now in the
market is quite light, but the demand is entirely
for baking brands, and prices, although firmer,
are unchanged. The sales to-day include 1710
bbl:., of whli:ic 50 choice family at i17 00, 50 do.
at $10 50, 50 choice extra at f$1 75, slwe do. at
il4, 150 good extra at 113, 100 do. at f$l, 110 do.
extra at $11, 150 extra at $10 75, 50 do. at 10) 0,
200 and 100 do. oil private terms, 400 superfine in
lots at $9 25, and 200 do. at 09 per bbl.
'onors--Is generally in light supply, with a
moderate demand : but white is scarce, and hold
ers have been enabled to realize a still further ad
vance of 5c. : bushel on it. All other classes re
main unchanged, however, except that they are
Ivery firm. The sales include 8111 sackasin lots.
as fullows, viz: 1000 white in lots at fl 10; 500
yellow at 9fc.: 1000 do. at 90c.; 1300 yellow and i
yellow mixed at 95c.; and 4111 yellow mixed, in
b one lt. at s7.!. . bushel.
OaTe--Are in limited supply, and prices have
advanced c. ~l bushel on yesterday's quotations,
i although there is but a moderate demand. bWe,
'however, noticed sales of 1250 sacks, in the fdl
i loving ots, vz : 100 at 7c,; 100 and 150 at l 21.
anod 70c0 and 200 at 2c2. 'if buhel.
BUsAN--Ti' e market to-day is somewhat firmer
but with no quotable chauge in pricet. There
were oalse of 9o0 sacks in three lots at $1 12t '-l
AV."Yc-- ntinneo dil and pr:ces are droloing. A
lIt of I71'i bales Northern sold at $21 ,C too. St.
I Louis is quoted at 120, and lprime Ohio river at
.Z- "21 50 ton.
Po1:K-There i0 no demand for this article in
round lots, and we have heard ,that a small lot was
pressed on the market to-day at a very low figure.
without finding buyers, but, as a general thinog,
holders are very firm in their prices, although lhe
late foreign news has had a depressing effect upont
our market. The retail demand is of quite a
imoited character, at: :;s 2:o035 50 s bbl .; round
Slot we oaote nominal. at .15.
BI.onb-Although there have been some few re
ceipts since our last, Sides and Shoulders are still
quite scarce and in moderate demand, and prices
remain very firm, with an upward tendency. Ilams 0
are in better supply, but dull. There were sales
to-day of 20 casks of Shoulders, at 17te., and
10 tierces sugar-cured IIams (country brand) at
2le. h lb. Dealers are now asking 18c. for shoul
ders, 20M0. for ribbed sides,.21 e. for clear ribbed,
22c. for clear sides, and [email protected];tc. 0t lb. for sugar
cured hams.
LA Ron-Still continues very dull, owing ina great
1 measure, to the heavy falling off in the export de
mand, and the business now transpiring is entirely
of a retail character at 23Ac. for prime in tierce s,
and [email protected] 3 lb in kegs.
e ot.aiNo-Continues in fair retail demand, and t
e is very firmly held, at 32c. in rolls and 33c. { yard
in bales.
t BALE Roee -We have no change to note in this
article. Round lots can be had at 180. U lb, and
dealers are furmnishing their customers at 1,rc.
j j lb.
GUNNY BAsas-Continue quiet, while prices re
main unchanged, at [email protected] apiece.
t STa CANDLEs--Remain quiet, and the business
done has been entirely of a ratail character, at
r, 20c. for 12 oz., 20te. for 13 oz., 220. for 14 oz.,
if and 25e. for full weight.
BUTTER aND CnsEEE-Western Butter is in
t better demand, while prices are fuller. It is sell
ling at [email protected] lb. Northern Butter is in good
supply, but dull at [email protected] 1 lb. Western
Cheese is in fair supply, but dull at [email protected] 0 lb.
y There are no English dairy lots in the market,
n and we therefore omit quotations.
0 SUNDilEs-Eggs are scarce and selling at $2410
$- ~e0 bbl. and $2(;@$20q box. New
y Potatoes at [email protected] 23 0 bbl. New Onions
n at $3 [email protected] 90. Apples at [email protected] 0 bbl.
Ilans, common, at [email protected], choice at [email protected] 50
i( bbl. Chickens, at [email protected] 03 doz. Geese, at
$-810 0 doz., and Turkeys at [email protected] 0 te doz.
li NAVAL. SToues-Common Rosin is plenty, and is
at selling at $2 50 ; but the better qualities are scarce
as and with little demand at $4 50 for No. 2, and 80 30
te' fr No. 1. Tar is selling at $2 50 1 bbl. Pitch at
$3, and Spirits of Turpentine at 90c., for large lots,
aud 590-c. . ,allon in retail lots.
i oSALT-fs quiet, but prices temain unchanged at
or1 0 -0.1 l5 f)r coarse and $1 [email protected]$32 0 bushel
a. for lne, Liverpool. It is quoted by the cargo at
$165.
rk lid -- There is no Carolina Rice in the market,
while ludia is only in moderate supply at [email protected],
he lb.
tst IlaLT--Canada Malt is selling at $2 20, and
te prime Western at $1 [email protected] 75 per bushel.
. CorEE-Is very quiet, while prices have de
ri- clined, owing to the fall of gold. Dealers are fur
inishing the demand at 250Z39. "e lb for ordinary
dy to prime Rio in currency.
Farcntrs-There are no fixed or reliable quo
tations for freights to any point, as the demand
ed still contiuucs but little better than nominal.
e' There is tno steamship up for Liverpool,
and the rate is [email protected] '0 lb. for
, ciotton to that port by sail, and lo. 0, lb.
th by sail to Havre. Asking rates by steam to
N -w Y. ,,,1 d;!,a l,: "',,1;c. i)111. for . l ,
S1,' I . '. 1, , atd by aill r-I." 1";0 . c ,, I1
uI cu tol'. , a I .,. t 1,1,1 for fiolar.
.... +.____
Cottle ]l arket.
CareraKoo t Om. ntoy 1'i .,t ed.
Arrived yester'lay O--TRI'-oas Ic',ct>, 136 Cab-es
and Yearlings. Sold--61 lTexas Beeves, 102
Calves and Yearlings, 32 linge and 2 Milch Cows.
Stock on sale- l!l x Txa e':avees, 130 Calves and
'Yearlingo, 11 Ilcgs, 4537 Sheep, and '1 Mtilch
Cows. YVe quote :
NeteR Ber-.e, s h,-r,. . b nt ......... .... - - - -
.Qsnt . Heavnsa, d s y, I net ....... ..... t t - -
re x ax . ee v en, c h o ice , , h ea d .. ...... ... . ?.. . : ta 511 1N) )
are n(naCt de, 2d aun ty, head ................. O1 [42 35 f
r n ttat, o ually, . ad .................. 5 'i 2O
ItoR. o, e m. r r. .... .......... ............... -1
etock . Ip 1. roex ............................. - - · m
N" l Pu, yumherd h....ve d5-- o tn Ho
C ureol lhe ?, ie e4d ...................4.... . . - .
mTexz heep, m h baud ............. .. .t......... 3 25w r
i:hcole ih st.e i he d............................ 6 w4 na t
y tilth Iliorc, a4 h 'tt'Ottl'lt...............j...... PA) oir~irtU
,terh o. 5 h. ad .......... ..................... 00o -
Y-rsa , 1 4 h 1.....t " . Init/ Wat r d I 1r 0
Etn.c A NoRw. i.--- 'ir,"'' aid a United States
revenue aasrrsor to an individusl who didn't seem
to he worth more than several millions of cur
rency, '" I dire to know rwhat your ncome was
Kfar the year '(f4' " fDidn't have no income, par
r ticularly, that year. Wasn't a doint much." (
"Well Fir, you mnst have done somrthing. Hlow
lid you live? emeomher you are on oath, and I
most assess you upon ylor receipts according to
lawY" Look her(,, friend, T tell you a-in I didn't
t make much in 'ai-l. Had ptty hard work too.
Cone nigh starvin' more'r once. lrners you wonta
'rsessr me mchfort lat year." "shor yes; hound
to do it. Whlt branch .fagricltuare were yon en
Igaged in-cottt'n" "No sir." "Sugar thln,
prhapr " " uhorn the mnit, of snoar did I raise,
friend." "'' ( ! you planted corn, then?" " Nary
grain rlof' corn.':' " ilea,1 potatroe and ether voc
,tahTles'" " Not enaltgh to swear by, mister."
"Wlte;. lat thrredeue ar y.uod log nhat year"'
SSialee r ou are so partliular about it, I'd an lief
th hm n . oll asot rlinle'h armty slhooLtia. Youa
k ap. '-;t twelvtl (C)nf' dal'.e ,ldlato a montlh. Want
Sto 'e r iuyota "' Eit aresraaor.-- [Soar I'lantler.
tih e "te f;ibr ltar, ulwhith ti puazzled tma yise
thus explained in " Noes and Queries'':
Not far qotIl of Iraalucllt. on the Nile. rtises a
ra intrestn' rock from he ri cr'o hbanr. miro, my
ath o'unl ,'allra d .do ',,,, en t(irl to Ireon. roi a
ndlo ltl , antd ul ar"y ' -ru, 1to Ar, la'ic. He taed
'at 1 tllle wr-e oin ler nltintaeP ol the ame' 'nomim
i n: ot fit" or (r(.~r v-tu al non toe (L llof
S i-'.-. T r. (ihr:altr In rnlion l ny the derived
from the Arlbi,"o Iw . ad o j Is.' a monn:in, nll
indr', c t way or o passage d aidl epre' oact s'nihed, as
o igratv r-,ittell tle nn o l. ia or or 1,v tie pas
-r ' .' the it-.:ge frot a a '.r: Into Si,' t .
It io t ,lally pro-bhar i th at thie li'a part / of' c un
hr,, edt rm thl roc'k toacomaocemorate his succe-s
ful lacdn-' ia Eurpc.
nl.-tNt.--ate TIe ."--iltueral sttl-ti aof lreiand
ftnr 1-'3 wbr'-, ' laone re-rc:tly tbel per.ented to
ibothl bhooa of parlaillnot, lshow tlat a larger por
tio,n l th ile ca al ale co tey os devoted to tile
t urp..-a clf ult,istn,:e talta in tile previous year.
SThle nlre of io~c-ulrl-d hole an d rwaste exhiits a
-adecrea e nl 101,t4t a erc. lThere i an increase of
land u,:der grasof oft less c than 127.70 acres, and
a de orta' f 2 214 aa;,rA in land nder cropo; but
tile decreaso is cn[ined entirely to cereal crops
andt t'o til, and isn earliy cunteralatnced by the
incrreae ira 'green crops and in meadow and clover.
Dtcrease and increone Poist to thle same transfor
mation of Irish agricultaral economy. From a
Scrn-growing, the island is becoming a cattle-pro
p dauing country. The extenoion .l the aereage
under paature, or devoted to the production af hap
and clover, amounts to nearly two hundred thous
and acres.
It A Western papler says the best way to kill bed
bugs is to clala their iind legs to a tree, then go
round in lrunt and make mouths at them.
C B[A TEZ
a -or r-
I- FIRST NATIONAL CHEMICAL WORKS
COMPANY
OF LO U S IA NA.
SUx,14-D STATEs or AnFRiCA. NTAR or LOrlIIAI(A,
Atu ota Naw rLeea les.
Bg it known that on the eleventh day of June, In the ve r of
Sour a.ord one thouannd eight hondred ad a,.ty six, and .te
indedeeAe ot tile ULet-d States of Amerie the inetieth,
beorate me, Edward aitl-echallk, a notary Ubli, duly Com
no;..ned .1nd oal tied.l andor thaie aiy of ew Orlean and
n the Parish of Otrleann , pernona ly crne antd appeared the partieo
wh)orle oavtie amr Ie~sututaubnertnbed. who declared lhut. avail
ing tuenolie, ol tile pro.e:iuna ol the ntatates e tao tnate at
Llui.iama rehltive ot the o6rg1,.:Btion of eorpor"tin1s in t!is
state, they have ovenant:,d and ag'e'd, and do by theae pres
en, aits e,-enut, at ree arm bind then:ýetres and th se whom they
relprae,e to o lsrm nd restabli a curpot rlon or b adv enorp
le. na folr the aLnecas ,aid Ir),.n na ,der the title n obga
tj. unt , ,t pu utnaes and rbgudetlu a lolrwinn, [o-wit:
Thisc cooo iaoy hall ehaon..tl , u.ndd its don!.ref hereby
fled intle rltyolf newta ra, ,uldel tn.,aesmdttlea isll he
ther BIST NeA IItNAL -LatIIAL WOta l ;t on05I'Ane
rOF 1.OLlIIANA.
Iare - 11 serroan,
Thre purpnes arid ohci t,. f thea :r l are the dirtilnaties
1,tllt r,,m 't ' I'(o paeony halil haue e rpe team llcse hay.
o-, far an in·cripu,-u tle Ire1,..n a1 the I tr ,Drll tlln and lRbr a
e i te tt , x (, ,f A f tar S'ate of Lto -lhUX. 311 eita.
, ~r 1.9g1 prataon bhatl be i -lnred n the l'readent
t. l thn l o ..hypa . *.
tlTICao Tanana
;Lt t,,1 -arot aclicrfcnw aryb aerc ye',t oo aecaeactnR Bh1
tlll0L, tourol"ucl;eai aa"'a oereloiur preal dd or. Lunn(
Ill aitsel air t 11 ln h l.e., .1, eIp .ac'eaii n c' ,ambl cct,
1,zd t~ HeD.ll, aieate, deuiý" cr dsposol .t L!~Lt :tlBe the whula
. .. . ..'.1t-, p".,e prisllryca auo imwuu lt:ur w a.1, brauebd
AI1T:11lr U-11F.
All the rrilorate power- rt Ir l' Implng wall ha rrstrd in
.33 ,,1,,7lrcd by I Board "t Ui3..id o31,3 po3ed of ,ev3 n [
33r.,1311. I111ci3131 the 31111sne, t, b33["1311133b) hallo[ 1n th1, h
Lrxt }1 Enid ay .II 31 ary . nl 111year, at th11 e officef th1 f '.m
p.I'Y' Sor~l of rut~h ale in- shahn beechen bty ;Idvertlremen:
rat one N l 3 11..., t b31 3 n bl,,1b33 Il lr
ifrg 1313 1171 1333.1117point three
oII[ b1,othbl der1 in3b 131ure 1 o p33 1id1 ,t buch
elceeti, r. a, an IC nv l itl inpeC:ora dtvlire'
or ilitilttml, he ru~deit RIHI .,atn others in their
II3311331d~ 3.o 1 attnd .3h 113 .'b.,nLsll offlb.y .313,
stead. The 1133r<I :hux elected rhi!i 333a hlsblo 311 n n the
tinst Ynllrl; nest rrrr nl thecir elert~url. xad xhnil a[ their R
fist meetingtlleer xet Pre-ident from amlcln tlhemenlves, xnd
shall appoiyt a .113 111171 The I're33b1 31.11 y a llb3111't 7ll
,1,dytl .13.1, t3 Board and b,3.,311311der3, ,e /1371 c1 1 the
busine.s llr tha (:ompxrn gencrrllb, unlder the 5:rpeiviiie of T
th1 B11rd 1f Di31311.ra1 1e s1all alga all . by 3133 ad other31
p tu Io a ed shall hahve power to uppnoilt, suhjort to the nppro
'of I ( he Bated, such clerks xnd employlees us mlry be Iuecee
a1111. 'hle I'1rira 11 he1 I're1idut, 3ecretbry ni3 all 73b11
n1133373 31111113hal be 7b31d by the oalrdl in ald3 l 7 1 i33b1,
Ihoxo reerirl ii plushl~ly of " llsir faiil h deemed duly. I
elected, tad rliuii nn electron to ke place on the day IllppnllI'd
rheau thle Pres-wonu shall cause newt nor election to be belt]
within throe days therant'tcr an pill unties thereof by udder
tisernent In ona or more newspapers to the at" f how "'Oleans.
Eurh and veryg person shall be entitled to "nee cote tar eachh
"ald every ii 3b1 wincbh he, rho or ey shall rebpebtiv.ly hold,.
prn~ridea thait Tot inaivldllal (:orporH~ii- or PnIpabH, shall ir e
n'lt led to a grouter nulmber o: vat ex thlan tw rnty. ?a all elee
tionar, etlcI -aly to givesr iu person or bly roaxy and no perxml
shalll vote or, 0, ire~r trirustetred to him within airy day,
prior to each election,
l'l.[h111ye bi r .st i.311y3n, the Pr1,idel .13ll 1T. Jef 13ail3
th3 S11rel3b3. W3. R Purvis. The Ho3rd of Uir3ors31 .al
hie In-yop;,rci If the I'l g named s*nbxribern R. 1. 3177
3 J. >. LRt3h111.3 U. 1y. 3. U3rlcl3, 1 . 3b ea3r. y john
Jann33y an1d 31. S. P. 'Co7 mp31 l, [3w1o1shall 31er upon, the
dotrr of then fui Immc late.ly, and their term 13133,3
xl,.ll yalyti"', 13tll the b331d M33nd3y of Jnuu1 , 167, or
uutil their Yuo-easora are ebvrsdd.
AP.MLCI· FIFTH.
The capital ~stock of the ';"-puny is herebhy fixed at the Raml
of bllb 13111red thousand1 1 il rs, dvlbided into bb7
hhundred 313x-, of 1 thousan d311,1r each, to he pai3
for in hie bI3 lan llnl. , "ing 33 3 Filt1n p333cent of t3
3bbonbt 'ub3cribrd 1or 11, b, d11113it33d w17th tb H1371333 of
31,11313311y,.33b731e1i331 -borbl Rblb , ad the 1alance3 3
Ch timesu~~ and in soch Hurn'ss or insalslmentsn as the Board
of d~irectors mar order, provrided not mlore thano ten per cen t
shall be culled for oftener than once within any thirty days.
Dividend31 shall be d3cl33 ed an'3 all or sd3 -annually of so
muh1 o1 the profit3 1b 1 the 337 1117ny 31 may b3 1ent13 udvisb
W. noIld dete~rminled olplln by fh, Board of trirectore ;hut in
sa7l say lo77e 33r 3'_ 3, whereby the capit-l 7toc3 o3 the
733 ,3 d733halli belessenbd, nlb. 173713 o 3 ' 11 i1 shall be
o131n unt3l Ruch looses sdall hlav7 been covered 7 7 made up
by the pro31ts.
*ARTICLE se1EYTH
73o sto3ibtbd3r sh7ll be -jo1113bln or liable for "7711 7nd
damag3es 13-curre b3 said 31133,3, bl.ond the b mount o1
aplidtal tocb held or owned by h1im.1
1ar11 .311 7cn13
When the whole amountr of stock Rabscr;l~rd far shall holir
eenl p lifd, it fdll 11e the d1, y1 'lf 1311l Ies 33a3 led 3111the
113lll 1,1 13333.3113 to sl111e 1. tid3.11 to1 t1l, b11,, 3hd 73Ur
Slull paid tlharo..
11,113 whe3,131113, b1y1 1. 3 Ib r1113.1331 to7 pa1y ` i13ll
thye rum13111 a11y 3re ,1il;, p lanlen 313133 b1 II, and 31 3I
ens,,u to bo u stoekhhldec ill I, d companyy
Books fortho remarryg and tr~l·ri- II dier ofxicsf thle cilnltel
p131 13 13711b.11, ad Re113 31133l,31111137 .I OCk s33a113 e 3 1373
pan rho s, Blid boittoll -d signe; d by the y~a ty tt-h, ringllp I, or hi
A RTICILE RI.RFI'STHA
p Thr at". -khlinld·Li of if,, coin pa-y- Y, it a aenFT·il meetiing'rnn
rrnled for that p-lo 11- en~r day+1' ode 1 , ol3
puiur to mako any rwaldii tiill,. " ddirjoo- r CbhIIgcB
r ,, vll~;l· of mrcrrpo~ra<.lo in n, "r t dixrolra It with the a-sol "fl
.rerv-th~ur hai1, tales Eck- reBPren-,ll t . t loch r oath g: xnd
t 3111coru313s 3.,1uil d b11,311
3 bo 11133x13 3mp1shall 3e 173.1
t b*113111131313111,1.11;, 13113 331, '131 W7fr p
t3e3Bo..«' I11 [)hr·:.ra A11 n1111131113 If3r,*I Le,,3
7erred 311uthem. 17.37 term 13311113 11 133 I 3 prn-1373 73 , 311w3.l
Manner a Is the *LIkbkl dais m}-, by rosulutiio n to urn
-·met~ng cuav3uad, agle rmlrl, genera
3113313 t'l II I-1 I1
Thie namrR anti rcrllriirr- i leresty or Iho ott, irihrrvt th isl
a rt spa a done , , k r" l lerll b dO(·1L~rr L [,.I Ina r I~ w rN .il
11 1 133'Sl '33A3nKLov he w~r
Il~n re;, of saarlil hlilL·n atbvIlien rilcrd
sllritr ar o rnrEelmb ~ ~mr I tlI~nr·JP g crimpq"
SN13 uitecrae u - r:nlli: n thir iy, nhhnheruuno li;hrurlbo tl0nir
oam?*. Illr r wr ltf lr the .u L a),peureril l ub the dli~ ylt
13 131y.1',lb 1 7 3 3ybp 133'u -yAth
31311333.o . 31,17- "ere : 31, , 1: 13137t.
fUrg~iuei iqglc) I JNOW ERK
JAS FAHEY.EY
E G. GU1T6(:nAALE N. P
d I certify the f rmin·· to dlo s tine copy of the original Act
o[ Incurporallil Ln a.e a' ,,l record I. m~ fare
13 N . 3711111331 un1.17,173 . 3 3 IA LH
-Notala~.uul, ~ci~~ ry Public
iT 7, t>-e n?,"-=inne, do herelby -tifythat the fioregalrg Act
of Ipcorlrorarti. s W. beta this lay ,cordexl iy my current
7 13pi11713 1,i H 1onk 33,11137y 13313. 331 37
!FBncdi t LfHAH . RON:r9.
.p New V,1".u.,, ,f ae ll, I wni Depty Recorder.
tLtorney, at I:tv.
(OVER CANAL BANK,)
00m2" oF orA AD s II .O 11 r:i.T1, 5s55 o5ltEI5,
Wli practie oin Ih C sof New Orleanls. nd giv Ptrlr: at,
tntlon to any bbmend.* entruvted N, emz. il, at a ectlon wltt
a rell.ble Atsr.'y at W xl.in.l, . St0y will pro51are and prove
J. N. GALLEIIER.-
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. S5 Fifth Street,
PBFTWEEN MAIN AND 1MARRET, OUTISYTILL, FY.
M ljOHEHEAD & TRIOGG,
(CIIA 5. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM L TRIGO(,)
Attorney. at Law,
GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI,
Haveasi lfted them.elv. toI pracsAca thelrprofe1slon io
0 the contien s t oWr,,s, . Tr,,l T s, Cosalm a, Bhliv ,
0 - - __ena and Warren_
E. . HUDSON-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Al LAW,
Ofces, 8 Camp Street
BuSinee for him, d frlng any temporary absence, lef with
Aelr- . Clarke & Bayne, will receive proper attention.
C ULLOM &d THORPE
SE. NORTH CULLOM, S. R. THORPE)
Attornes at Law,
MARKSVILLE, LOUISIANA.
ltes in the CoUtri of Avoylles, Pointe oupee mo
1ý erto the Proprlator of the ()reseonc
GIRSON & AUSTIN,
(R L GIBSON, J. E. AUSTIN.)
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
No. 2 Carondelet Street,
f _New Drtssns.
flATS, ASSAXlS & MOUsSE,
(HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS. . EWARREN MOISE,)
Attorneys and Counselors at L.aw,
. O. ce,1 Rt. Ch1rles street-- eIond noor.
flASRREIS & H.ARA5IS. _.
5 (J. W. M. HARRIS-N. H. HARRIS.)
Attorneys.at-Law, VIcksburg, lisltstlppl.
d Will practice their p1rofo7biO in tIe ecIons of MiesaiIppI and
e Louisiana. Prompti.ttentir"o, given to the rrllection ot elaim.
SMITH & SHAI.AEY
(JAMES B. SMITH, Ointou; J. If. HALSE.Y, Point Coupe
YCourt H.use,)
Atdttnrneys-t.L-aw,
iave formed a pertoer !p. ni 1 ¢;l r .cte thei profeulon
7. in too eo¢r. of the SRventh .Judicial Divtrict.
SHELDON Jd PARDEE,
(L. A. SHELDON, DON A. PARDEE)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
18 St. Charles Street, New Orleans.
2 RANDOLPn, SINGLETON a HARDIE
WILLIAM M. RANDOLPH, (HRARLES B. SINGLETON,
JOHN W. HARDIE,)
a Attoneys and Coun.elor. at. Law,
i 0Corner Camp and Natche streets,
Over Home Mutual Inirane Company, 7 ISamp utra.t
t NEW ORLEANS.
re K 55II a FOUTE
. ( HS. MAER, M. A FOUTE, G. W. H. MARS)
Attorneys at Law,
141 GS.mvxa STnRM
SIM. A. FOUTS, sssI.ssoner of Mlssn.ppl.
- HEPRErT MARSHALL.
COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ORce, No. 11 C.rodelet strt, New Orleans, Lsa.ilna
SWill practice Las In the Courts of Now Oresl.s and w
attend to he preparation of Clsaims to be deoided s tWu.
Inp to rox.
p. a. FOX.
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW
S No. 184 0ravler Stmft,
Nes Orlease.
JOHN N. HOLLAND,
A ITORNBYAND COUNSELORAT LAW,
Le No. M Roytal street,
(oPoarrIT CInsws' aNr),
H larmt a Oneurw.
SSeoIedenee, No. 76 Hospital street. New Orleas
aHAIION m HUNTON.
(J. O. HARRISON, THOMAS HUTONI,
Attorneys at Law.
Will preslse iH all the Curts of New sOrleans, and gl.
strict attention to anys bnnslnes entrsted to them. In cs n
Junction with a reliable Attorey at Washnlgton. they wS
prepare and prousecte laime aga int the Gavrumanmt
OfRce-104 Gr1vier street.L
De UNCAN N. iENNEN,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
o No. .............arondelet Street ............ No I
Has re-med the Practice of the Law.
Hving made prof-wh oest onnections in the several Pa
1she, il attend to Collections nd '50 , in a.1 the ParsIhe
o a.le State ; ales, to Claims against tho Government at W .b
int lglo ,s
GIOCEURI ES. WVIN ES. ETC.
t H. MIL.LER & Co.
d Manufalcturer of STEAM REFINED CANDIES, importer
so WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS
. and ald descriptionscf FIREWORKS,
--*no-
Aentt for the Lo. Anwelom , Cal., Wine.,
___ nd 5s s-Lt Lee :raeet, corner of Natches.
F.. CASTENDyK-
01 CAMP STREET.
Bch OLE AGENT IN TIIE SOUTHERN STATES
ha -FOR Tn.
0WINES OF MESSRS. CRUSE & FILS FRERES,
BORDEAUX.
ILE ON QUEYRROUZE.-
WHOLESALE GROOER
a -AND
(tImporter of French Wine., Brandles.. ee
SNO. 179 t LOUIS STREET. NEW ORIANRA
NO. d4 ORAVIER STREET
We have constantly on hand a Ene ao:meant of
WINES,
BRANDIES,
LIQUORS,
And Fancy roCerle,ORDIALS
W.leh we offer for sale at lowest market ra.te.
HITE & MURDOOE
IMPORTERS,
Wholesole and RetEil
-DRALERS IN
Fine Wines, LIquors. o, e.
NO. t1 UNION STREET.
LEDRUIO d DAlMMARO,
(0. LEDIG, H. DAMMEON.)
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers In GeneraI
Provialons, Cigars, Tobmee,
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.,
No. SI POYDRAS STREET, NEAR NEW LHVEE
New Orleans.
SEDWARD CONERH.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Comm·sSlon and Forwarding Merehanl,
WESTERN PRODUCE. FOREIGN andDOMESTIC WINES
LIQUORS. ETO., ETO.
2o0n5 COMMOn in FoCR B..STRa. NSw ORLrANS LI.
r ORCIREIMER BAROTHERO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
SDealers In ForelS and Domestle iqu.ers
(Agent for Pins Apple Whlsky)
14 TCHOUPITOULAS SPTREET, NEW ORLEANI
II CSAACSON, SEIXAN .a CG,
I" (A H. SAI ION-ULNCN-HEN C. SEIAr
Wholeaulo Dealrs in
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Importers of Fine Wines and Liquors,
COIMMON STREET,
New Orleans. Uniisions.
.e r E NATCHEZ DE OCRAT
TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.
o F, J. [ed, Editor.
T The Ntches TlWeeCkly DEMOCRAT is yhblihed oevery
Tuesday, Thursday and CI t::rIy, by MEAD BO'FO.
.I, TH1S or TRI ...:ZLV DaYOCnU •
SSubscription-One ar n adne. " 00
..CI iC IlS ,O-iC t CCC .... ...... $S .
. . One Month. " ........ .
THE TYLER REPORTER,
TYLER, TEXAS,
I' Ithe largest paper publool ihed in Eastm Texas, and is one of
,ir ths ablest nowipnpor establinhments in the State. In etlreuht
Lb tion is throughout a countrc wi.lch briugd more trade to New
Orleans than any other section.
Business Cards will be inserted In ole square for $15 per an
num. Patent nostrums not advert i.d.
W.. _IIANILTON& 10.. PCO, ,C.,,
TS .E CIV.IIAN AND OAZETTE-GAL
V05 t'ESTON. TEXAS.
TRI-WEEKLY--Tenns: Currency. ingle cop yC,
$12; nilx moths $6 , three months, $ . R ea 6 Ofaadvertising:
On( slqure, liICKne, first insertion, 1 1 ; CCICIh snbC1quenC
ilertion 75cents
-O WEEK tLY-Ten s: Currency. per annum. $5. RCteC of
CatCdvertising: OCnesquare, I0 Blrs, Crl ltliert1, 1 6XU, cieIh
subneluant inser tion, $1 50.
o,, and ,ob Printmg, t" etciry deI cr.ptl. , exeCItsd witL
CiCtaeCC aCd dispatcI
(:fII ...... F.m. JF'Sti.V A ItI),4;1.\'
NnrI'Ie NDENT TIIHRO(Ui;I LINE _I
MITCHELL, RUTIYND A CO. (Lat. JAQSF:;i , N.:T.
CHELL A CO .) BENJ. E. M.ITCHELI of New
O1ea0s,,108. P. RUTLAND, Mobile, E
Forwardlng and Commlston Merechants, .
SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT C
AGENTS,
No. M4 Commerce street and 32 Front street.
SOBILE. ALA.
H. w C aKE AOTEU a co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MER
CHANTS,
80 and 82 New Levee Street.
JOHN A. WILLIAMS a CO.
(JOHN A. WILLI.S-J. S. VAN INGEN.)
RECEIVING,
Forwardhag and Commission Rerehants,
Old Railroad Depot, Alexandria, Ia.
Refer to-Hewett, Nnrton & CDo ,ampbel Strong,Boulgy
i E Gclapon, Col. J, O. Nixo. New OrCleas.
E. W DAMS.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
2 Ale. d'Orleans, Bordeaux, Framee.
SElSrnC.r-r.HL C N. C.,rad, Pty. Huntington A
Co.,W. H. Avcry, Gen D. V. Addam. tlen, rs.ot & aines
J. W. Borbriogo; Bo llgoy & E .[poop J. W. Zach ri and J.
W ILLIAM LEETCH
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
95 MAGAZINE STREET,
Sole AY,-: .-J. N. Dayton & Co.'. New York celebrated
Prserves, Oyster, L.obers, Salmon, Pickles, Saunes, Symps,
ete Fin. Fin ndic, .. . Wkie, qu0a3}y garanteed t
best, and pri. as l as a.ny.
Teons of E A. & C. J. Low's direct mprrtatica original and
convenient pIacta.e; ý; . -ro:n sizes.
Grocers, Hotel Kapersand Country Merhats, will ind it
to their advantageto call ad examine iampFle at the ofIIe,
eeMnd floor, if., No. 95 Mgaeine street.
ARTINEE Z & P'ALACIO
(PCO. PILE"EO rMATINE-ZANTONIO PALACIO.)
Comi Alon Merchant.,
x 193 GRACIER STREET
NRw Our nts.
H DILLIN &HAM b BEBLOIS
(C. DILLINOGHAM-JOIIN DEBLOIS.
Snceseorn to Weed, Witter. & Co.,
Commlssloa M erehant, and Wholesale .Orocer
oe. 7, 9, 11 and 13 TchonpitoHda. Street,
. _ONa _, _ io. Nr Obnse.
(G. 0 ROUNS, BEN. B. EKODS.)
mneal Commassion Merehant.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
--An aDrnea N-
FARCY GROCERIES, BOAT AND BAR STORES
No. 5 Commo street, Nw Orlem
aColletin.., Oonalrt nts to -eIe , and OIden.i t P rha.s
trom •he Levee, sollelted.
GoPod.e s attention givrs to Recelivig and Fonr Ing
Llbera Cah Advtanes made on Conslnments.
WFIThl.fN BROTIEES,
(. . P. WITEMAM, H. O. WHITEMAN. E W. WHITE
MAN,)
omMamleni , Reelvlng and Porwardlng
MeIrchRant,,
Wholmsaend Retal Dealwm tn
GRORRIES, WESTERN PRODUCO, LIE OEME.T
NAILS, Ea,
r Ha.ing nramed bis,.. at their old std, rrpsfl y
soliit a esnewal of former patronaH.
A. STEWART aO.
(ANDLREW STEWART J. .& AVER,)
omlM and l d Forwarding Mterhtant,
BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
o. A Petes (or New Levee) srect, omer, of Can. street,
(OnrosnR r.a ('Gzob HOras,)
New Orital, Id.
Strict attention paid to the 8sale d Storage of all kids of
Produ, Liberal Cssh Advances made on IonsigHmet5 .nb
prompt reatrns. Also, Agent for the Red River xpres
.rao, Nst for the Rdd River Eeprje.
SMITH a CA.R, -
(J. PINCKNEY SMITH, Carroll prieh ; JOHN M. CARR,
Madison Fpsr::,J)
Commiselon Merchants and Purchasing
90 OCA NTrr. NEW OS.LsD.
- Ceh Adv.ees made on h!nPirnments.
JOSEPh H. OGLEMMXR),
(LATE OGLESBBY & MACALAYJ
Commission Merchant,
NOS. R 70 AND 72 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET,
NEw OuLsa.
MCIIe'.va.IE E.OTHIEUS,
COMMISSION IERCHANTS,
No. C4 Broad Street. New ork .
OCah evSdes made on shfpmens tIe above hoe by
JOSEPH H. OGLESBY,
68, 70 and 72 Tchonpltolae sreet.
JAM[ES WRIGHT,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
24 1.2 Oarondelet street.
Foreign and Domeatic EXCHANGE boeght and sold.
ADVANCES msdee oeonl.gnment. to A. . MRM.Matr S
Bro., Liverpool ; Celdwell Ashworth, 8 Well street, New York.
BEN. TOLEDANO.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 16 Unton street. New Orleans.
T. . NOEL.
COMMISSION MERC ENm,
For the sale of
Cattle, mo , Sheep, Males and Horsews
STOOK LANDING, NEW ORLEAN1
BSfahetory references given.
CIHNOWETH, CASEY ea O..
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 58 Gravler Street.
Nsw OH.,!,., LA,
W. H. NICHOLS db 00O.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
sIeoasseMa To X. . nmlooL5 A e.,
Galveston, Texas.
BARRbBET MCOLU&E
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OMMISSION MERCHANTS
Levee Street, Shreveport. La.,
Solicit Conslgnment, of Cotton and Merchandis.
SV7HITTY & CO.
HARDWARE. GENERAL COMMISSION,
-ecelvling and Forwading Merchants,
And Trade Sale Auctionlees
DRY GOODS, GROOERIES AND PRODUCE,
S No. 2 Levee street, 8hreveport, L.
STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC.
STEVENS & SETYOUiL.
(.T R. STEVENS, W. E. SEYMOUR)
-DEALERs In
Paper, Stationery, and FlCney Good
Noe. I and IS Common street, opposte the cty HoteI
wnw ORaEInn·
E. l. PALMER & OO.,
(ED. 0. PALMER, JOSEPH WILDJ
\ Wholesalo Dealers i,
Paper, Envelopes and Bags,
00 NW. 115 GrOIer street Mew Orleman.
UNDERTAKERS.
R. CONDON,
UNDERTAKER.
ew 343 Magazlne Street, corner Delord,.
to Metal BnSHI C,,C, and Caskets (full glas and .sti lined )
Also, MSho any Blackl Walnut and Plain (, Co.ns, d Zink
cane. Borrr di lnIerred and carefullr ahppf d. AL orders
prompty altenldeddto._e II AIAGEG TOII HIE.
, %INSLOW a PHILLIPS.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
No. S0 Rampart Street. l(ale Circus,) between Common and
Gr etrestret
h ving a great vriety of fCOFFINS and MET LLIO BU
ilAL tASEIS togetier ,ti, Mallrse, Carriaes and a larme
iL, xtable, areprepred to e, ectle all order in their lice wi.
at ,1Ctieon, tS thir p CoCuS.
." " .H. 11 p:fu'o..OJ IV. C. OLVIN)
C'oltton Factors, (:ommlslon %Ierchants and
Importing A;gentl,
NO 31 NATCCIEZ STREEP, NEW ORLEANS.
orders Ix ,tod rr all d. r.v.tinn of Rritlvh and ether
ECropln m +'ai d gr. dire5t fro I th, f tetrle. C
JOHN r. hMANICO & CO.-
COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION AND FORWARDIiNG
MERCHANTS,
No. 64 Caronelet Street, up stairs,
_ m_.r Perdido sreesr, New Orlam.
FALLS. ALLISON CO.
(E FAL. FALS-J. OSCAR HOWELL, Agsn-JOHN H
ALLISON.)
Cotton Faetors and Commlulon Merehants,
No. 9 MAGAZINE STREET,
N.. Or..s.
SPEED, SUMMEE 6t CO.,
NO. 46 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA
C5otton and TobRacc FaPet.O,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT t
And Commerclal Agents.
HagLAW J. PHELPS & CO..,
(HAMLOW J. PHMLPS, of New OSa..; & N. BSUCENS
of KEEtucky.)
Cotton Factors
--IIo-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHABNT
No. 142 Gravr strt. between Came and SLt. re N C
W. H. HOGAN; late Ysuo CotW, Mi..
JOHN PATTON, New OSrea.n LS,
Cotton Fator
GENEALL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING SEE
CHANTS,
No. I88 Gravlr Stret, Nw Orles.
dITORAN. dCACRAE & CO,
. T TORIAN, W. . MACRAE, lae of MeN, his; G. W.
MACRAE, late Porter Macre, Memph,)
Cotton and Tobacco Fators and mmmlsion
M erchants.
6S CARONDELET STREET,
Ne OrleanS.
W-ITAItEN . CRAW FORD,
S. J. WARREN, T. W. CRAWFORD)
SBasor to Wrren, GUmom a O..
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTO
No. S Car ndelet S trseet, e' Orlean. Le.
TlHO'M.. SCOTT & CO
(THOS. M. SCOTT, of Claib501rn PeS)h IL.. ITN. SIN
LEY, of Ne. Orslo; S. & HEARd. o: Hi,.A Countj
Ootton Faeto.rs ad CommLlton U erbU I nt,.
No. 81 Carndelet Street
ti"Cash rd,-a- ov eon sttnme na New Orleans.
J. J. PEMRSON a 00,..
COTTON FACTOR.
--And
otmutmlon Mem.mn,
198 Oommon tr-.t
STEVENSON * MATY,
10GHN A. STEVENSON, A H. MAY,)
Cotton Pactors
a o
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Na SO Perido street.
I I,4YCHZ. 6 .ICHAA.BDSON
(. E. WCHE, J. B. RICHARDSON. Sn.surtS Johb L
WyAh & Co.)
Cottoa Fators and Comm toled M.eka toS
41 WNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
r JOHN P PHELPS
(NSoo.sr to Phelps a Jso,)
COTTON FACTOR
enertl CotstS E rMerhant
NO. CAROINDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
W. H. TOLLIE.
(U000CESOR OF TARLETON WRITING A ULLIB
CCotton FaStor,
N0. N PERDIDO STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
H.VON PHUL, JR., m 00.,
(HY. VON PHUL, Jr., WM. VON PHRs,)
of Ctton. Pactors, Forwardln and sCnS4I*teRs
A SMerchants,
I09 Poydrm Street, New OrilanL
BEto.Re--S.Horrell GayOF A Co., New Orlean.s; Vos.
PhS,. Waters A C... WI. S. E S SI. MS
SA. F. JONES,
SCotton Broker,
195 COMMON STREET.
- S. WHITED a CO.
(S.WHITED, F. S. GIBBS,W. L. DRAPER, LEB C.ANDA L)
COTTON FACTORS,
Generpl Commlsulon Merchants,
27 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS
BOFI.IBNY 65 ECLAPOrN,
(D. BOULIGNY, I. ESOLAPON.)
Cotton and Sugar Factors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
New Orleans.
CL &BLýE CO - -
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS I
01 Poydrae street.
New Orleans,
AND CORNER OF MAIN AND WALNUT STREETS,
St. Lol . .
HOWARD, PRESTONS , BARRETT
Cotton and Tobaeco Factors
COMMISSION MEROHAN T,
168 Common street.
New Oa.LlAn, 7A.
DEAN, ADAMS .& GAFF,
(T DEAN, ofDea. Mecinnls & Wilscc, New W ork ; JNO. D.
ADAMS, of Lietl Rock Ark ;. T.AFF of T. 0 J. W.
(as, Aurora., Ind.
Cotton Facton and C(ommlnton Merchants
NO. 140 GRAVIER STREFT, NEW ORLEANS.
E EN .b PINCIRARD
(P. F. EDET, WM. M. PINCKARD, JL.,)
Cotton F.ctors and General Commtiiton Mer.
chants.
No. 83 COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
HUNTINGTON ,. BROTHER
(A. S. HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.)
Cotton Factors and General Com.tolea
Merchants,
No. B NATCHEZ STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
Cuh advances made on coslgnmentst to or dress andto
our friends in New York and Liverpool
T. L. MAXWELL b 4O..
Cotton Faetors,General Merchandise
BROKERS AND OMMI8 ION MERCHANTS
No. 18 Nsthes street. New Orleans, Le
ROa0 ER. PAOTHRO b CO.,
(JOHN ROSSER, aocetsoko Mi.., N. B. PROTHRO, New
Orlens, Ls, JAMEY S B. ROSSER, New Orleas, La,)
Cotton Faltors
--v
GSENRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
G_ E O nl W , ret w rleans
J R. POWELL.
Cotton Factor and Commission Merehan
17 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
w. R. STUART. (lte Stuart A James.)
(A H. CIALMERS, C. S. BOON.I
COTTON FACTORS
And General Commisnlon Merehants
NO. 131 GRAVIER STREET.
New Orleec,
HORRELL, GAYLE b CO.
(B. M. HORRELL, J. W. GAYLE, J. E IsENHOU,)
SOTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMIS1ION
MERCHANTS,
No. 17 Poedrp.s street,
STOAGE ......STORAGE.
S. R. LONiLEY JOHN N. PUTNAM-DELTA WARE
IOUfEo, foecei one rcnt and Iow Levee, betweenirod and
C Lnf ettcsitre ets.
The above Warehone. now belng thoroughly repaired with
new looer., tc., we will be crepared to receive oeccg for
Fiour, tcrn, (atW. g Whct, BrouacStrgctand Iupa..n, d all
kind of Mrchanl.ei., LONItLC S CO.
SRefer o-S. 0. A T. A. Nels.n, R. Riekley A Co., Violett,
Block k Co.. J. S. Wli-M IA Co., ( G Garner, Patton Dog.
gcn, Cnnwnc & cr, L.lyd R. Cilemn.
TISIE PE tS.OcSSP[Y OP SBAMBI-M
m h, he torF lectureiv c ectcildrh IhiEochy o Macrriagc."
c adelcerd at the Ni e York AntAnnical tuaei . 618 tKrOd-e
,A bceNw Yor , ccktebehadi Ne Orleinc at Ac. F. KeUer,
,e NT rceetr . llFO rikaY c '- cct t ct :ro 1,y l poet ai S whyre
COTTON FA( -J?)ir u . "Pt'
.ý.t.v cnScnY . to.r, Co p.a..
t. New rr rtil nwn . I L14'I ý,.TO N, ýF~l:Z k i1;
Cottoo Foel,,s aed G'onernl Crnsa1· w
Merrrrhnta.
LUherR1 ftk Advanre4 made n, C.4O(n and Mbrr rrrds
Chnoiy en ow o nr tý -. ! rirnrli t Li" pool. Jame. w
_4.'. yh.n FU.. H. T. Lirin.,~nn. E.. 8 II.
`%TI~lldlCH, NIXON & tCO.,
,FRANK WILLIAMS, JOHN NIXON, J., WIYLL1AT )f
PARFIAM,4
Cottot Faetor.,
NO. 48 UNION STREET,
No. Oo..'.',
MONE0E a X EDDIfNTO~rN
JOHEM 2. M03303, T110S. REDD1NINFOUl.
COTTON FACTORS
03 CARONDELET STRERN, CORNER 07 PFrRElW.
Mean. Mosome and Eeddlngton are Agm4 for The sal. s
th, celebrated Wntr A Co.'s ma; alsoI fr t.heth. '
Ir', Worok, RBohmoold VY. They are prepared t ) oN
to Ifuolob Railrood Ton, Spikes, Chaio,, ..d 0. k
Pressed Spikes, Spades ood Rho.)., in soo oslWr, sd
bSt qulity, at a lower rate than tho, 0,rtices els.
FIo-htd by noy ther hoose I thi olty
NEWIMAX BUCKINGMAr- -
EDWARD NEWMAN. GEO. RCCKINODAM,)
COTITON PFArORS AtJ) COMMISSION MRRChAETA
Ne. SS Conm~elet treet,
-Ns OIOVA4o. L.A
SAM HE LOW a toCO
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMI4SION MENCIIA.- rt.
190 Commaon street. eor. of Caromnc )
BUITT, FLASH . LYON
(CART W. BUTT-WM. FLASH-THOS. . A. 1.rJK.,
Cotton Faot,.", Oeneral Cosa.i.,
FSRF.RDINU MERCHANTS,
Comner Caroaddst and Unio -treats, New Os,
Liberal cash advancs read s nn onetgamenN Wt osr sileso
lhnen !or G tdeprodmptly attended , to.
LOWE a BIGNON-
(B. . LOWE F.. H.untsvil, At-L-A E.K 31303.'.-
With WV. Johnson A Co., New Oriess
COTTON FACTORS.
O33,rt CommissloI .Preb.3M,
43 UNION STREET. NEW Out*8A70
W J. GREENE a m lBof
(N. 3 GREENE A CO, SO. 1.0..-W. BL OBWS Z
Cotteo n ctors sad .04 C O olrtr Meethamh
115 GRAVIER STREET. NEW ORLRAN&
S. C. OGLESBY, Agoe-LtotoI thharmof l.AOglh
0.48, A OgF,.by'. old Bf..n 41 wllS,.d the lot,, IP.'s tec
and eeoFotI oO .bm, addss.
MEBBITT. DUNBHAJ,MJRINNELLAWRS
(L. M. MERRITT, Now Orleo,,s MFKINRRT, A C'l.
Faoohhnoot, Slos. ATKINS. DUNIIAM A CO., Ajp.eML.
col00 Plorid.)
COTTON FACTORS. GENERAL COMMISSION AB
FORWARDNINE MERCHANT4.
47 Carondelat treat, Maw Mnae
JOHN L LEE a CO..
40OHN 01 LEE, F. JONES NTEWAETN',
COttor FOOors,
e8 ASOSOmas Bans,
N.. (loum.
A"41 da S(INZMCE. LATE OF BOME2Nf UA
L1 aw Aoms, Isaac NonmaJ
COTTO0 FACTORS AND COMMISSION MXDOAS.
No. 7a Carondett street,
Now Orleno. L..
EB WAR NALLE a Co
NORTON FACTORS 4SND 0COXIOISION MREOWUA7'
No. IO Common Street.
W-=GE P. VUILDREM,
801203 FACTOR, AND COMMISSION 33303.033
N..M 122ol o'atoo'uso 057.30
Uo.PITS Grassier Street
UP STAIRS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BUBHE & TRPAGXNIE,.
(GEO. McD. BURKE-F. O. TREPAGNIIM
General Merchnndlhe Brokers,
ES ........BANK PLACE, NEW ORLEANS....... 7
N. B.-Particular attention given to the eaeI of Pr.s,.,
B _Sn0g, Gunny Bags, Rope. Cofee. tSugr Balt, a.
THO-AS T. BOLLING,
PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BiUKER,
No. 74 Carondelet street, New Or.l. .,
JACOB OTT, CARPENTER.
Specal attention given to REPAIRING of SCORE " s
DWELLINGS.
CISTERNS MADE AND REPAIRED.
Orders lefst a Tivoli COrcle, or st L. DURF.lD %I
nor Toulouse and Chartres street., promptly attMnd. St
F. AJCHLEMANN,
Whole.e and Retail
WAGON MANUFAOTURER,
166 Grav1er and 17 Union street, New Orleans, LoOmLa
J. M. COOLEY. Agent,
Wil manufaeturs to order as d keep constsntly a So.
WAGONBS and CARTS of every description, Timber, Wte
Dray., .ta
BOAT LND OAR DEPOT.
F. A. THAYER B CO..
Booats and Oars or all land%
21 Front iStreet, (mew
R. SATON. ARCHITECT-
NO. 78 CAMP STREET,
Entrane o. Natchu street, over Home In r O .
Deigns made for city and eoSntl bd. ldtnp, of atll ktM,
for Impmroving Pok and Pleasure rounds with ngl .
Maetdlon for ea
lsohoe. ithout W spd tbd0s.no
LOVELL b BAILEY.
SHIP BROKERS AD COMMISSION MRBCOAJP.
S CaOroadelet Street.
J. F. LOVELL, form.ly Bater., Lo S CSo., NoW So •
W. S. BAILEY. fomerly Aguste .nd8.b .. aSS...
DETER J ORSHEE.
STALWLS NO 1 AND ST. MARTS MA
shimp, steamhlp, md Steamboats. B .
sad Ia now prepad to fum i h told fndas nd e.o
wth verythhi to the meat lioe st his old l.ae of bna-...
E. RICHARD.,
BILLIARD TABLE MANU PACTUA÷L..
160 St. Ann Street,
Betwea. BuSiSdpy and Rampart s.reet4
NEW ORLEAx"
Awys on hoad Marble and Slat. Bed TARLEB,, wo> ,.-rh.
nagh and Deeke' PATENT CUSHIONS. Al., we
T IHOMpSON . NEEALL.
(CHARLES L. TIIOMPION. late of Luaeo, The .p- .
Co., S Loo.. Gen. WM. N. B. BEALL, lotiof Amh o
General Purchasing Agents,
AND COMMISSION MERCHAITAN
No. IS LorUST STRaE. BETWEEN MAIN ASS BSoc,.
P. O. BOX 1607. SAINT LOUIS.
PAPER AND STATIONERY WALBfIolSC
Nos. Mand 8 COMMON STREET.
We have In itore a rgeS and eotensdve steok ofS P5515
Wrappmii tnd Writing Papers, Stationery, Bl.k )..*
Schol Booksnd F8Pscy Good. Adsptedtoenvy tm5S
trade and for sale at rasonabel prlcsO
___ STEVENS * SBOYNE.E
M QUOID, MERLE &* CO.,
(J ES McQUOID, CHRIS. MEHL, TNA .q
J. T. AYCOCK, JOE GITZINGEE,
(loeoo.ore to C. Wilbli &c40.,)
COMMISSeION MEi.W ANTI.
-FOR HE SA. LOr
Cattle, Hog. sad Sheep,
City of JeferNw,~ L..
. TJAMONTANA., IMPOBTEB OF
FEEI(GN FRUIT.
Wholesole Dool... to .1 Slind. of D.ed ad Gre Pk,.
No. 11 FRONT AND 5It FULTON S EBIATIS
Between oCommon ad Oviorstreeits
NEW ORLN.ANR
IABR ENREN. NMWCOHS B CO.
W NT o N*a BROAD STREET, NW .O y..
Cotton sad Tobaeo P Fetore and .Geners a
h mission Moeehrnts.
H. D. NEWCOOrS oU HUO-I
Wholesale Oroeerh and Comol.otsa -.5
chant..
LIDERAL CASB AlI) VANCEN M.A.'0 5S.
coSeIsmontis o Cuttoun ,,C:,r P:odui E w 0,A,,,' .".. ,
by B. PEIRECAD.
CLrln sPetor aod oE"l-.-.- o00'4ho
No. S3 Caroo,,,l: oLetso New y~IdO15. oh...

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