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FRIDAY MORNING, SEI'TIIEBEIR 2, 1866. ict O©rlean5s tlonqo farltt. t'aj-,rNT ( rI( NqO. 94 VAMp R147- T, C lell-eeiye EvenlelOOt, lare -e, The only variation of any importance that has transpired in financial circles to-day was an ad vance of about 1 ih cent. in rates of Gold, which is exclusively due to an upward movement in the New York market, as advised by telegraph. The supply of cash Gold was about the same as for several days past, and the demand indicated no improvement whatever from the opening to the close of business. We subjoin a statement of the actual sales for the day, in the order in which they transpired, iz : $2000, $2500 and $5000 at 143; $3000, 010,000 and $10,000 at 1434; and $6000 and $0000 at 143t . Sales of Silver comprised $1100 M.exican Dollara and Doubloons, about equally mixed, at 142; and $1000 American halves at 1013. The quotptions this evening are 143dtj 1434 for Gold; 13ttl935 for AmericanSilver coin, and 11240l113,2 for Mexican Dollars. Fornetoi Excna.oNe-Advices from New York by telegraph have represented a marked improve ment in rates of Foreign Bills in that market to-day, and as was very natural, they imparted consid erably increased strength to ours. Drawers and sellers demanded higher figures this afternoon, but there were no buyers to hbe found, and the total operations for the day have been restricted to £500 sight at 153, £600 and £700 clear sixty day Bills at 151, £2000 do. at 151t, and £2500 do. at 152, in two hill,; also, 15,000f. and 35,000f. Com mercial Franoc at 3.75f., and 25,000f. Bank do. at 3.05f. We now quote bank Sterling at 15324 1;4, clear bills at 15f01 152, bill of lading bills, nominal. at 1if1140d, hank Francs at 3.06:I3.02Lf., and out-doear Francs at 3.72^ 3.70f. of::EieTr ISxcUruE-Th ie tendency of rate con:ielc' in favor of buyers, but we have no fur ther quotable decline to report-aril in fact, the m tarkt to-fday ha- been almost t-tati,nalry. iler ings are rot 'o heavy as have been looked for, while rcmitters -enerally hold back for lower rates, and thlcrefore entable u to r ,port but a very !moderat, de.rtaod. The purcha-,s by .banks and haikri trr-daly have been confiniri to i20,00r . $40,,,0,1 aol f'e,0,000 New York right ;t re.nt. .,mnt; -, ),G0 do. at .4 '1" scut. discount; 25, 0, en days sight at I1 I cent. discount: ,'t thi: ty days at id it' cent. ' dirl"o f.t: af u o . r,".v' , snd .:T.1(e r thirte y tayr -igh t at ]" 'f;i". " "i-,,l·it. VWe now quote rNew York - ht at .. -I'a ,;' i11: ,:eit. ,li-,'- at , Lt bank. and t .; i ei- ,h:c.Uh.l;e t in 1L e out-doers m rket. t'ire1 riiT Noer:- ANr Src, :-rTrEis-The only atul 't 'f tle f- neinr that has t ri l - iret n tie outr,r :uonder, to-i ty was -500 Ci'y of Ne O d,! , NIt,"- ,It I,. The sales of te lar*r,'on: pli-,l d l. -hai i t ie 1sr City tr lia k Stck at 1, i, har ian. Sate Bunk Stock at .;'j, ad l-ars of City Halroad Cxmppany Sto,, , i.,'.deh'l on, '20 . i h s Bit; ii.:..-'The imovement at tl Ihukeu .cli Biard to-day hhs been to a miderate -xt'te as will bie 'eec by fhe following eiz.: SPE' IAL DIePATCo s.-We are permitted to pub lih the annexed privatetelegrams which have been received by our friends to-day, vizr: " New York, September 27.-Gold opened at 143. Cotton market quiet but steady. 11 a. n.-Gold 1144. Exchange advanced: sight Sterling 100t 10co. conmmereial email@example.com , 5-20's 108S@10i, coupons 111.t 11tl second series 1004, coupons 10t1n, elur: 10-10's 9f+ri@9 f , 7-30's 105'@106. 12 v. Gold 14t1. Cotton-Demand moderate and prices firm. 1 P. at. Gold 1452. Sterling Exchange quiet. Cotton firm at 37yc40e." G'ommenrdat nteligetnce. fer. 0 Fs O rnr e Ol N. 49 M Crerre, Thurtday Eventng, Sep. 27, l-66. COTTON-We reported this morning sales of 2000 bale-, as the aggregate for yesterday, but it did not include the whole of thle day's operations, as some <la1ll lots ch:anoced lhands late in tie even ing, but they were too trifling to alter the report. Tolday thre inquiry Las been active and general, but offerings were too light to ndomit of heavy opera.tion-, and sales have beon r'-tricted to 1501.0 bales. at prices rapidly inclining, and in so:no cas"s, olily up to our ooutide fiolure, in previoun rtolotationo. The clale is still silent. bIt advicer from New York exhibit continued firm ness in that market, while Foreig4Excbhange has advanced, and accounts of the growing crop, as rapidlly increa,-ing upon us, disclose even a worse state of Ifalt, than we lhd before felt it our duty to acknowledge. In the absence of any quotable variation in rates, we repeat as follows, viz.: Ordlinary, 2t0,.,0c.; good ordinary, 32@ 33,.; lolw moiddling, 30435c., and middling, l'o.0(--. COGIIA.IATIVE IECIoPTS OF COTTON AT THIS PORT OtB TnTE PAT TWO WEEKS. Sct. 2 h-- ad ...... .... .144 Sept 15-: ...e.... 143 ti r 2;-- a Ls.. .. ...... 27 Se t I --hales ... ....... 155 ept. 20-ote .......... 11c2 Sept. 7-b m2... Set l-- ........... 00 o Sept. s -ba ........... 11 Spt. 2-bol . ...... J Sept. 19-- ah0 ......t t.. ' :red:. 27--ale,......... . .2 Sept, 00- .. . ...3:I+ STATEIENT OF CoTTON. Stotk,,n h*nd Raot. lta, ls6-bilet............ 102.139 ec e: ve; ' " e "e erolay ....... ............... 0; 2 reeevod prevnou1y ............................. 90,0-- 9.2 i 111, ,a E ported since to leniry ................. . ...... N EaPorted provtuutly ............................. 21,07t--?1,25s Stoek on hahnd ontnneordatel noe. d c r..... The exporto ore exehlsively for Baltimore. S-tIon 0a.00 f oLSsoa-s-There have been no re coiet; from the coast since yesterday. The mar iet stll conotinoes very quiet, and the only sales w rae to report are 50 bohds. fair Puorto d ico Sugar at of c., antd 100 hoxeoCuba at 12Ne 13c. ";4 b. Tile retahil trade is quite lititetl at 120rg1:loc. for common, 1ile. for prime Porto Rico, and p10ri;e7c. fl oit. for yellow and white clarified. There have been no sales of Molasses reporteod. There is, how0ever, a fair retail buiness doing at 55170c. 'iho gallon. Too.aco-The market to-day has been very quiet. Buyeers for t'oreign account and for tile city trade were again looking around, but we did not bear that any sales have been made. The stock on hano is quite small, but still of a very good as sortment, and hlolderse re still quite firm in their prices as follows: low refused, light and heavy, tf c. o.lc., conmot leaf 6 ri0e4., fair do. P 10to., good do. 11 0 120., line do. 1201ic., and choice selec tions l:;020c. ti .,. Lots for baling are held at 20-,2c. o) lIt. currency. Fl.ote-The market to-day lhas exihitted con. sideracle activity, a0l prices rule tirfl, in favor o holders, at an ndvtice of, about 2nc. ci. bbl. on yesterday's q uotations. Sales compurisoe 3000 hls., of whtichl 2.0 llod 2ll olice fanlily at $14 50: 400t and 330 doubleoextra at 13 25 ; 200 do. at $13 ; 100 do. at 012 12.i: 41 do. on private terms ; 200 on its mcrits :t 12 50 t; 200 do. at $11 75 2.00 double extra on lpiwtte terms: 100 on its merits at 11l 50 ; 100 choice superfine at 011 25 ; 50 sao perline ao $ll1, and 50 common at $7 50 j4 bbl. CoeN--The market opened firm at yesterday's closing rlates, but later in the day private dis patches from St. louis reporting a lirm mnarket and advancing, with discoonaging accounts of the gralin crop throghthte Westcern Stctes, caused holders to refusoe to sell at the opening rates. Tihe sales were, consequently, confined to 440o sackn in loto, as follows, viz: 231 whlite at Obc., 4000 yellow and yellow minxed at S0 f82c. and 200 yel low mixed at POe. per bushel. OMrTs--The market to-day hab exhibited con siderahle excitement, the demand has been quite active, and late in the day oneors refused to sell at the figures that they offered at during the early part of the day, still, we can give no quotable change in prices. Sales embrace 250, i'0, 400 and S2000 sacks, at 50c. per ushlel. BUas--There has been quite an active delmand noticeable to-day, and prices remain unchanged. Sales include 250, 0, O, 1u000 and 1200 sacks, at i1 15 per 100 lts. IIAY-We have no change to note in this article. Sales comprise 300 hales prime St. Louieat $20, and 140 bales at $27 50 .- ton. Prime flat-hoop s Western is selling at $20 "t ton. PsnR--We have no alteration of any kind to a notice in this article. The supply on hand is fair, a demand limited, and prices for round lots nominal. In a retail way there has been amoderate business r doing at $2. 35 fl bbl. Ba IcoN-There is nothing doing except a retail a trade, at 18l4c. for shoulders, 210c. for clear sides, and 27c. 1 Itb. for sugar-cured hams. Round lots are nominal at 19ct for shoulders, 21c. for clear t sides, and 201c. for sugar-cured hams. 0 Lan--There is a full supply of this article on 3 hand but with a very limited demand, and prices are nominal. In a retail way there is only a small t business doing at 21$c. for tiereea, and 237 for kegs. Wnts.r-There is little or no demand for round lots, and but a limited demand for retail lots at $1 75@1 90 for Louisiana, and $2 20@2 35 0 gal lon for Western rectified. STan CaNDLEs-Are in fair supply with good demand, and prices are firm at 20c. for 12 oz.; 21c. I for 13 oz.; 22c. for 14 oz., and 25c. for full weight. There were sales to-day of 250 boxes Schaefer's 12 oz. at20c., and 100 13 on. at 21c. 1 BTrER AND CnEESE-Western Batter is in fair supply but quiet, at23c. for common, 25tYi27e. for t fair, 29@30c. for prime, and 30@35c. Itb. for . choice. Goshen is selling at 40t@15c. e lb. Wt estern Cheese is selling at 17t16c. Ib. COFFEE-Is in fair demand and prices firm, at 271@20c. %, 1l. in currency, for ordinary to prime -Rio. We notice sales to-day of 50 bags prime at 1l.tc. gold duty paid, and 100 bags fair to prime at 270020c. currency. Su'DIrEs--Potatoes are selling at` $3 50n 3 75 p-r bbl. Onions. at 01 750,2 20. Apples at -3 2b53 50. Egg- at $30 per Ibls. Small chickens at .5, and large at i. per dozen. Beans at Sm3 $12 per bbl. I:tIA Ba5,0INo.-Is in limited sapily. but with only a mioderate retail de-laod, 3,-. per yard in roll, and 40-. per yard in ai:e=. Ba.L IloP--Is in fair sbupp;, tn;t rrMlderate demand, at l--c. for lot, and 1,i. for retail parcels. G(;rto BD.s--Are in fair san ply and. light de cmand at 30c. a pIece. SSr.T-Is ic; fair demant., and pricet exhibit an upware d tendenliy. Turke's Lsland is in liight sur ply, an. iso hell at -. per saci:. Liverpool e squote,. at :2 0.f_2 0 for fne, from warehouse. and . 20 ~2 :I> bu-hel for vearse. i: ,,ld by te cargo at '2 40 for tinc and .52 3 ior coarse. N'asat Sror,:--Are in l;igt s:lpply with a fair dem:ani, and pri-:es re, . Stmo with an upwaty tell dency. We uoRte iO 505'7 far No. 1 Rolsin. S:;0 for No. 2, an ca nommn at $2 5ii,_3 : Pitch at t n.;.'; Tar at :, 0, 2)1 - bbl. Spirits of Turpentine at 7';0c. i g-alle. Hor--There is a fair omqsiry notiteab'e for new, but there are none in the market. Belgian are hell at .0@3-c., and American at 75c. bhi l. Ma.r--Ts in light supply and dull at $2 20 for C(anaa, and 9t.ire2c. for Western.! Coa.t O.L--Is held by the lot at t 90-o00c. > gal ton. Woors--Is in fair supply but quiet at 1c15CRlc. for natural, 1@ 22c. for Texas, 2iTt for IMerino, 22s25c. for Texas, @ 5t for Merino, 28930c. for a washed, and 13t&15. I lb. for berry. Harns-Are in limited supply, with a fair demand at 10lRt10 c. for green, and 12}@15c. for dry. FerToas--There is considerable Cotton and produce offering to go forward, and the rates are firm at lc. i lb. for Cotton, $10 50 hhd. for To bacco, and 50c. ;- bbl. for Flour by steam to New York. A full cargo has been engaged for New York by sail at COc. io bbl. for Flour. Rates by sail to Boston are Tc. c! lb. for Cotton, and 50. 521 bbl. for Flour. Foreign freights are dull at 9-16@ :d. for cotton, and 47s. 6d. hhd. for Tobacco by sail to Liverpool: for Havre 1.e. 'iQ lb. for &iotton. for Cotton. JEyrlr.os s lrr. September 00. tPft. Arrived Yesterday--0 Hios. and 191 Sheep, Sold--lll Texas Beeves, 71 Calves and Year lings. 23 Hogs. 33: Sheep nld .; Milch Cows. Stock on sale--10 Texas 1Beeves. 101 Celves and Yearlings, 10 Tlngs, 19.4l Sheep andl 31 Mich Cows. We ruote: oesteru Beeveirce nat .................-- - - Writem Beaves, 2d tam 2 , v iet -.............-- -( - - Teaae eveehole, L.and ..................35 Ut 50 ta s Csttrler 2d qa shty, e uad .................. 01 .j 35 i3 relus n attln, dqualy, head ............. .....13 u 20 O eogh, l h gros e ............................... ..- 10 -- 13 ntok ..ro. s h g irosv ..... .................. r - -alep, nlote, ; head: ........................... 325(. 4 reo heep. i l ........... ..................- - - - Cholce western Sheep y head .................. -t 't Mlch Coasa , choice, m a sead ......................-SO 0 O1 Mlile Cow,ae. a hard .............................. 01 'Texra Co owi th e alr es ................. 12 0. a dll . head ................................ 7 1 Oaisve g, he 2................. ................. OJ 12 The Paris Times says: Some weeks since a treasure of ancient medals was found at Lavilleneuve-au-Roi. The prefet of the Haute Marne thas on esxmination of the pieces, ascertained tilem to be, ancient Gaulish coins. The municipal council ulive to the value of the discovery has (says the Union de Haute Marne) oflered, by a unanimous vote, a collec tion of the coins to the emperor, judging that no one had so good a right to those care souvenirs of the nationol ncestors as thile historian of the Gauls and of Cosar. Hi s majeoty, in an autograph let ter, ihas accepted the offer, and charged athe pee feet to return his acknowledgments to the cotn cii and inhabitants. The far-famed vineyards of Burgundy have suf fered fearful devastation from the Rhone, whose inundation has cleared a whole country side of vines, overwehelming niany "sunny dupes"' of the Citc d'Or, and sweeping to tihe ocean the pride of those long famouSs vieyards. It is to he lamented that the intelligence troi tie Marton nais and other southern wine regions is anything but favorable. The Lonidon MIorning Post has made the myste. rious anlouneement that "there is reason to beo lieve that a marriage is nut unlikely to be arranged on the part of the king of the Greeks, calculated to add verp materially to his position as a Euro pean sovereign," but that "it is understood that tihe arrangement must be dependent upon certain conditions of a nature to promote the position of the Greek government isn tile eyes of the world." It is said the paragrapl refers to a report that the king has offered himself as a suitor for thlo hand of tile Princess Louise. There is another report which gives lile arove proeability : it is, that Mr. Gladstone, whio is ahoot to visit tlome, nwill, at her maoiesty's rqoest, extend Ihis ,n'cnev to Athens, in order Ito aeer'taio thrl plo.itiol of st'alrs is Grcce, and, in a word. the eligibility of the ailiasoe wiici has bheen oteredt to hier daisghlcr. The Timses says it hals easoll to telieve tilit tile report of such a marsriage is eltireiy uufnsoiid. The first bale of new cotton arrived at Peters iurg on Fsidss. It was raised by Col. Wm H. tCh el :e, sf Wsarren county, N. C., wlso realized the sthandsome price of lorts cents iser pound lao it, (weighit :;l;i piounda,) nlldl a lprelmiam of fifty dol lar,. It sh stated that the eotton crodo will be very large in SNorth Carolina this year. PaETROLEtesU V. NASTv.-Tlis distillssisled genius hIs throw the ilradidll editors iito cvovul sieno of gratefal joy by allothsr of hisi isniittable efhsiosns. We reSgret tlat want of space asd in clination comlbin to prevent its appearance in our columns.--[ Atsnta lntelligencer. PLUMBLNG1 A D 4iASF'TTTIN( SOAS PITTER ýLuie Dealer In oa FLixtures, 12 AND 125 MAGAZINE STREEr, NEAR GiuOD, New Orlesan. Will attend psetslly and faithfunlly to an orders enrte t tim. SOrter left in Box No 15 Mtchatit,' attd Deale, B kaige, vilnmt lwith prompt ittattlot. GROCERIES ADI) PRODLUCE. LOTT, WOOD AI CO. (W. B. LOTT, M3dion co.-C.W.WOOD, Canton, Miss.) Wholesale Grocers, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, C5 Common and S , Cl mal streets. Major G. C. Sebastia hau charge o,f our s ,le, department. CAMrA.r K SQuSQUIRES, WHOLESALE GROCERS, SI New Levee and 19 Fulton Street, Between Gravels and Common streets. PFok, lor.Lsrd,R Sgr, Mlale. s, Coffee, Salt Fine Wine-, Liqurs, Tobacco and Si,)gars conbtantly on band In qnanttie -suitpurehaslers. Orders ior plantation supplles carofu5B pIut up. City orders for family suppies solilcited. GEOlRGE O. GARNER, (J. 0. GOODRICH, H. L. GOODRICH, C. R. AILEY.) WHOLESALE GROOEB CommlliOisn s1erebhats Es. 3 COMMON AND 44 CANAL .TREETL JW. GOIMLEE. WHOLESALE GROOER Commilion Merchants NO. i ]ONT AND S AND 10 FULTON BSTREET' New Orld.s R . WXNJIAMS. WHOLESALE GROCER. IS New Lene 4, 47, 74 and 61 Grv1er straM NEW ORLEANS. BIDWELL, PAYNE * CO. (H. BIDWELL, E. O. PAYNE, JNO. N. PABE WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND DEALERS IN WBETER. PRODUCE, No. 7S Tehoupitonlas street. New Orlean., L. WOOD., PIEHETT . CO. S. H. WOODS-WM, B. PICKETT-MIR L WOODS SE Commeree Street. (CLARK. STEWART A BIBB'S OLD STAND.J MONTGOMERY, AA.L Wholesale and Retall .roeers. COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND COTTON BROKEBS, Jurey & Harris; H. W. Prle A o.; Battle, Noble A Co.; Coi. J. 0 Nix.n.,and CoL D. B, Penn. New 0Oa... J STAFF1D j ;. C.-. CORNER JACKSON AND ROUSSEAU STREETS, AND 55 MAGAZINE StREET, offer lfor sale generas l . ,srtment of Groceries. received from srs t hands and da tshe lowst market prices. Willbe snd are receiving Rddition., stock of Sl kiuds, of goods 1 I ls or ln SUokaAbl SYtesiP Adt I . OLASSE-. CreCsent City ugaSr BeTnera. DO UBEI-REFINED LOAF, CUT-LOAF, POWDERED SUGAR. WHITE snd YEsAOW CLARIFiED SUGAR, OLLEN ETYRUP, FAMIL-Y SYRUC SUGARBOUSCs --And- REBOLLED MOLASSES. Louisiana and iVest India SUOAR and MOLASSESN A. Thomson a Co., 49 Tchousols!s1 street, T LEOIDORE PELLE, WHOLESALE DEALER IN iLqsor end Wine.l 49 TOHOUPITOULAS STREET, New Orleen* A. St. D'ME AA. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Importer of Cub1 Produes. -Albo, Dealer In LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSES ORce, No. Ht St Lohis.stn, Lousiaa and .ub5 Sur ai nd MsMl.... always or hu.d to stit p.lrchssers. CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETU. . A. PERNANDEZ. -IMhOERTR or HAVANA CIGARS, No. 65 Common street and No. 46 Canal Street, ( TAIR.) NEW ORLEANS. HA&RLES C. MENGEL & CO. DEALER IN All kinds of Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco NEW ORLEANS-3I Magaalne street. ST. LOUIS-12 North Second street. NEW YORKE-162 Water otreet. MEIIPHIS-10 Front street. HOS. C. WALSH £ CO.. (THO8. C. WALSH, late of Ly chburg, Va.; ARTHUB CONNELL, late of Monoomory, AiG.) TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Corusi or OGuooR o No NEW Looo SToeooo. New Orleans, La. Genersal Hrry T. Hay., New Orleans, Lo. Msrs MeDaniel & IrIy, Lyncbhurg, To Mears. CIhas. LuAng TO Co., New York. C. B. BIIOCK o CO. 75 GRAVIER STREET, Wholesale Dealers in and Importers of Havana Cigar., Virglnla and Woetern To. baeeo. Keep oonstantly on hand the best brando of the OLD DOMINION. J .GIMA, oImporter of HAVANA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODUCE, S4 Common street, oetwoen Magaline and Tchbopitoola, New Orleans. SIMON R . FLATOW, nA"ACr.ERaR or ALL RINDS o! PLUG CHEWING TOAO00O. 131 Mononlo street. New Orlems. PRESSES AND COTTON GINS. SSTAR COTTON GINS AND CONDENSERS. EMERY BROTHERS' PATENT. These celebrated COTTON GINS differ materially from other Gins in many respects. They are simple, compact and f portable; easily set up and kept in runoing order ; and are f highly recommended as being capable of turning out more and better cleaned Ginned Cotton, per day, with same amount of power expended, without ijury to the staple, than any other Gins yet introduced. The CONDENSER and CLE.NER attachments for these GOns are constructed with snbstantlal Frmes, containing revolving, cylindrical screens of heoavy poerforated inc 1ttach1d to open Iron heads. The Cotton, as it is ginned, is discharged from the Gins directly into sbe Condensers and upon the sevolving screens, and is delivered from between 1 empressing rollers on the discharge side of the Condensers in a th~ck shet or bat, and free Irom the large amount of dust Sand sand that would otherwise be discharged with the Cotton into the lint rool by the ordinary poeess of ginning. f For sale, with or without Conldensers, by J. BRECKCNRIDGJE BABCOCK, STAR COTTON PRES-iPIRE PROOF)-P Y b in the suare bolleh by NSw Leoes. Tchouptoulas, Raceo and Orange stret, having " " e n Ionprooed Tyler Preos, Willreeivo cotttp ,uon Storage oa d fio lo npreysing. Ship. i enets promptly atteded to. F. J. IERRON. 1 i ar .belrr ptrret. NeN O (erleans S Oller Iboies at Giorl Souhlll er ,rnI Wt a tI n Ihra.moo Co" 6o.'s, lfr aravier street; NVo. iI k arOltlde et s reeet't T CO OTTON PRESn. (PORMERLY UNION COTTON PRESS,) On Teropelehore street, Setween Tsehooitoolas and Peters street, SOFFICE 6 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS .I now prepared to rsceive lCottosl on sto ge, and for oo pressing. PENN A SIMMONS. Prorteton. IVSClBURQO COTTON PRESS, Bounded b LEVEE, CALLIOPE. GASENNIE and the RIVER Hllman a Bonasnno, I Proprietors. New Orleans, "Orders lef t the Price Current Offie, No. lII GOralo street or at f. Bnooeneos ofef, No. 2 Cinton street, wIll have fmmýiate attention. O.COTTON GINS......... COTTON GEIN TAYLOR, BROWN EAGLE. SOUTHERN, EMORY & ORAVEN. MCsHARTY -An Enedlslor ontton Gins, WoWlthEngine, Honse Powers and evosrything compIo foo running, andready for immediate shilobment, JOHN B. FLLER,. No. I DEY STREET, NEWTfOl A'TT()OHN.Y A T LAW. H. c. MYERS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Natchltoches. La. oFFICE AT THE OLD COURTHOU. Perticular 0ttentl~o pad to the Collectlon of Culai. Pray tlcs In the Courts of Rapide., Wtnn. abine, Caddo and De ,oto. 1erto L,. Dopleuxo, edlto of Natchitooehes Time. ONNE]., GOODE m DILLINGHAM, UJ. M BONNER, E. J. GOOD, J. P. DILLM.GHA Attoranes at Law, (OVER CANAL BANK) Gommwn o C 0 5 GOPrOps 5m0r0 , mJ, o.1 .s, Will pratee in tothe Copt of New Orlens, ed gi e strict at-. :t-onotootoony boolna. eotrneood tthe.. In e etron with rellble Attorneyst Wuhiongt.n, thrwll pýOaap dpel om MOREERAD m TRIOB, , (CHAs. S MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM . TRIGGo Attorneys at Law, GREENVILLE, MIBSISSIPPI, Haveusociated themoflve to prso.lce thel pofetssleno i the Wountie of woshilgton, Tonics, Coasoms, Bolvar, Isooooeu anod Warren E. ML HI.SON ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Ofce, SS Camp Street. Su "tnesl for him, daorln any tempnry bemos, left i e.esr. Clark.e t Bayne, will reoeiveproper attentio.. CILLORM m THORPE OL NORTH CULLOM, S. . THORPIJ Attorney at Law., MAEKSVILLE, LOUISIANA. Prautc in th0 0Cot* of Avoyell., Polnts Cooms si for to the roprieotor of the Crescent GIiSONS & AUSTIN, (i. I. GIBSON, J. . AUSTIN.) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, 100 Common street, opposite City Hotel, New Orleans. HATS. ADAMS & MOISE, (HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, . WARREN OISE,) Attorneys and Counselonr at Law, Omo., 13 St. Charles street--Second foor. SMITH & HALBE- (JAMES B, SMITH, Cloon; J. H. HALSEY, Point Copoee Coort House,) Attsrneys-at-Law. Have formed a perterohip, and will practlc.their pofes.on in the ourts of the Seventh Judicial Diserict. SHELDON & PARDEE, (L. A. SHELDON, DON A PARDEK) ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 18 St. Charles Street, Newr Orleans. RANDOLPH, SINGLETON m HAHDIE (WILLIAM M. RANDOLPH, CHARLES B. SINGLETON, JOHN W. HADDIE,) ASttorneys and Counoelors at Law. Corner Camp and Natches st rte, Over Home Motoal Inwrance Compony, 78 (mp street . FW ORLEANS. MARH m FOUTE (a H. MARE, L A. FOUTE, 0. W. H. MAIR,) Attorney. at Law. 101 GRAVma Semi, M.. A. OUTE, Commes!onerof MilH.siplf. HUMPHREY MARSHALL. COUNSELORB ND ATTORNEY AT LAW, ORme, No. 11 Onondelet street, New Orleans, aLodinam Will practice Law In the Coustt of New Orla , and w51 0ttend to the preparation of COl to be doided atWWuh. n0to.0. ATTORNEY-AT-LW Ne. 185 Oravier Strme, New Odersa JOHN E. HOLLAND, ATTORNEY ND COUNSELOR AT LAW. No. 1 Royal street, .Wm (onsoa s mnmuun) M Residenoe. No.7 8 Nosaoltl reet. w HAbREBON .0 HUNTON, W. o. HARRISON, THOMAS HUNTONJ Attorneys at Law. strict nttent(ot to oan b.noes, o trsted to them. In on. snotion s wth a rellan. Attorney at W~shlenton, thq will eprraonodstoooe etns. .gnst the bGooet. DU ONCI N. HUINESN, E ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. No............Carondeet Street .......... Nn. H.e rosmed the Preatlce of thLe Lo rHavin mde ýS eoofsiona eonneotfonse the .5.s.l T. Ishes, 0wll attend r8ol1ectlons and Cloaims in al the Poi.ho of the State ; aleso, t Claims sagenst the Government &t Wu. 0n00on. GR.OCERIES. WVINES. ETC. C. H. MILLER; B CO. MonofBcturer of STEAM REFINED CANDIES, importer of WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS and an desciptioAn of FIREWORKS, Agent for the Los Angeles, Cal., Wines, O and 52 Now Levee street, corner ofNatcheO . NO. H& AHVIER STREET We have eonstantly on hand a tle assortment of BRANDIES, And Faney Groeertee, Which we offer for sale st lowest markt rates. RITDE S HDOOE LAY db MACMURIO., IMPORTERS, Wholesale and Retail --an1an ix Fine Wines, Liquor.s, Et.. No. t1 UNION STREET. LEDI D D AMHRON. (C. LEDIO, H. DANMRON.) Wholesale Groeers and Dealers In General Provisions. Cigars, Tol.ban. WINES, LIQUORS, IO., No. 57 POYDRAS STREET. NEAR NEW LEV~ New Orleans. DWARD CONEY. WHOLESALE GROOER, Conmmnision and Forwardina Herehanti WESTERN PRODUCE. FOREIGN od DOMEBTI WINE, LIQUORS, ETC., ETO. Coone. ConNoo ase Fnors Senona. NnwOYzatN. LA. FORCHZEIRMER BBOTHERS. WHOLESALE GROCERS -Ag- Dealers in Forelgn and Domeatlie Ltquoer (Agent for Pine Apple Whlsky) 4 TOHOUPITOULAS STREET. NEW ORLEANS J. A. BLAFFER & CO.. (80UCCESSORB TO WE. MASSEY,) Agentso for Massy Collins A Co.'s PHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTFR. 1 Ale. Porter and Cder, By the Csk, Barrel or Bottle. BOTTLING HOUSE 26 AND 2 BIENVILLE STREET, Wholesale Depot, 52 New Levee street, New Orleans, Lo. 9&- Shlplng orders promptly attended to. DENTISTRY. SOUTHERN DENTAL DEPOT BENJ. F. HOPPER. 6M St. Charles street, New Orleans. A full supply of DENTAL MATERIALS of all kinds, soa sletingin parot of Intruoments; Opsrating Chairs and SpittoonS; Teeth; Gold and Tin Foil; Gold, Silver and Platin Plate, Fie; Vlcoanisers; Rubber; Lathes; Brash Cotton oand Corondo. Wheels; Arkansas Stoneo,eto.,sto, ele. Orders by mal prDomptly aexected. Adduens. a.bv tockL Box No. 71. STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC. STEVENS & SUEYMOE.R (. B. STEVENS, W. E. SEYMOUR.) --DIALS 1-7 Paper, Stotlonery, and Faney 0ed Nos 8 and i Common Sueet opposl0 the 0ity Hote E. s. PALM"ER m O.,. (ED. O. PALMER, JOSEPH WILD, Wbolesale De.leran I Paper, Envelopes and Rag. o. 1S 0 r0er street New Orleans, BL COMMISSION-FORWARDING. D. Down, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 110 Poydras street, LIBERAL CAblA DVAn CE8 mEde on Consignments of Cotton and other Produce t~ my frielde, SPOFFORD TILESION & CO., NewYork; C. tGRIMS1 W a (cO.. Licerpeol. W. L. ROBINSON, PURCHASING BROKER FOR Saugr sad Molasses, on Levee, Plantatlon and In Store. Orce-CORNERCARONDELET AND GRAVIER. )ERItI..N, /WESSON *d CO. (WM. M. PERKINS, NewOOlen, S. . SWENSON, N. Y., lIbeAustln, Tea, D. L E ERNIO. New Orlecns,) Oeneral Coellsson Merchant.s, No. 48 Carondelet street, corner of Union treet, New Orle.ns. IP.DPENAD T THROUGH I.BE AGENCY. YITCHELL BrUTLAD CO. (Late JAQUE8, MIT. CHELL a CO.,) BEJ. E MInTHELL, of New OrleM, JOL P. RUTLAND, Mobile, FormWadIag and Commission Merehant., SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT AGENTB, No.s4 Vommeree .treetand 58 Front street. MOBILE. ALA. H. W. BEIO.MASTER 5 CO., GENERAL COMMIBSON AND FORWARDING MER CHANTS, 80 annd 8s New Levee treet. E. W. ADAMS, COMMISSION MERCHANT, SAlles d'Orleanm, Bordeaux, Frane.e Bee0oese--eHon . C M. ConCd, Payae, Huntingto A Co. W. H. Avery Gee D. W. Adam, Heenderson Gasines, J. *. Brbeidge, honigny & EBelepon, J. W. Icehare and J. o. i.ic•. MA.TIN Z do PALACIO (FCO. PIZARRO MARTINEZ-ANTONIO PALACIO.) Commnlslon Merchants, 198 GRAVIER STBEET, Now OePo.We. DILL NOII.AR . DEILOIS (0. DILLINGHAM--JOHN DEEBRLI Snecessore to Weed, Wittre & Co., Commlsslon Merehants and Wholesale roneer Not. 7, 9, 11 and 1 Toeeopito.as Street, New oeauuee. G L. OUNS. d BEO.., O (G. L. KOUNS, BEN. B. ROUNI) Hn-rael Commnlsalon Merchant. WHOLEOALE GROCERS, FANC GROCERIES, BOAT AND BAR STORE. No. 89 Common stIet, New Orleans. CeooleuO., Consg ents Ic hU1, and Orders to lurcMase frm the.evee selicited. G(UIelar a teiton glven to Redning and Feovar lng Liberal Cash Advencee made on Consgnments. WHITETXK BROTRERSIB (C., P. WITEMAN, H. C. WHITEIAN, E. . WHWITR Commil.on, Reeetving and Dorwardlng Merchants. Wholnae snd ReDeeale In GROCEBIES, WESTERN PRODUCE, LIME, EMEBNT NAILS, Eta., .ayou Snu . iLa. IP Hte.. eFmed bdne. st th.i old tand, epettl I solelt. eneewsal of former .ctronge. A. STEWART d CO. (ANDREW STEWART. J.A. AVI.S,) eonmululon and Forwardlng Merehanta. -Dealenl n OAT STORE AND PLANTATION 8UPPLIES, N.. t Petns (or New Levee) street, eornee of tcnI t eS. (Orro e-ran CaUNro Hooj,) NeOwlens La. Strtestlotn pealdto the Sale and Storage of kinds olf Feode. LberslCChAAdvancel nmadaon Ool.us,.etlanlnd peometeeteece. Alec. Agent. lee the Rod Rlierel..... H OCHE CRBM,. (J. PINCF,.EY SMITH, Carroll parish; JOHN. I CAR1, Madison parish,) C sommlsson Merchants and PnrMhadng Agents, 9S CAMP sTnE. NEw ORZuZL WCssh Advaneee made on Cosignmante. J OSEPH H. OQLESBY, LATEH OGLESBY & MACAULAyJ Commlselon Merchant, NOS R. 70 AND 12 TCHOUPITOULA STREET, SE. ORLnOns. ME'116VhSNA BEOTIHEER, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. S Broead Street, New York. Cash advances made on shipments to the above houseby JOSEPH H. OGLESBY, 68, 70 and 7 Tchonepltoulaa stree. JAMHEY WEIGHT. CONMISSION MERCHANT 34 1.3 Carondelet street. For5e5l and Domestic EXCHANGEbought and sold. ADVANCES made ononasigements to A. . MRMas ter & Bro., Lliverpool ; Caldwell Ashwort, Wail street, HNewYork. BEN, TOLEDANO. COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 18 Union street, New Orleans. T. Q. NOML. COMMISSION MER.e'AT, For the sale of alttle, Hogs. Sheep. Males and Hersis. STOOK LANDING, NEW ORLEANS. ".SatS.fatory references given. 0_ lOWETI, OCASEY d CO.. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 88 Brawler Street. W. H. NICHOL. . CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 5055sso 551 o 1. L mNHOLI 2 SO,, Onalveston, Texens. WHOLESALE A RETAIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Levee Street, Shreveport, La.. ASect Consl5)mente of Cotton and Mermhandees WHITTY .3 CO. HARDWARE, GE)QERAL COMMISSION, Recelving and Forwarding Merchants. And Trade Se Auctioneers DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE, No. 2 Levee treet, Shrevepolrt. La. A. H. .DEt1NIAS- GENERAL COMMISSION AND LUMBER MERCHANT, Ofce, No. 175 JulIa st., New Baslin. NEW ORLEANS. Special attention g.tc Builders' and Shlpprs' Orders for Lumber. Bhlngl, et . c dellered at milla or city MeQUOID, MER.EI . CO ., (JAMES McIUOID, CHRIS. MEHLE, H. IBRAU j. T. ATCOCK, JOE GITZINGER,) (Succeseors to C. Wilkln & Co.,) OOMMISSION MERCHANTS.B --FoR ag SALE Or- Cattle, HoLs and Sheep, _ City of Jefferson. La. V. MAIGNNN de F. LABOIDE-. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS -or French . Wines, Brandles. Sardines, ete., NO 42 OLD LEVEE STREET. LOVELL da BAILEY. SHIP BROKERS AND COMMISSION MEROHANYS 3M Carondelet Street. IJ F. IOVELL, ormerly Beuter, Lovell Co., New O W. S. BAILEY. formerly Auguste Andrb CO.. Aentwsr E NEST TUBPIN. MANUFACTURER of all kind of FANCY CANDIE~ I SYRUPS, GUM DROPS, JUJUBE PASTE and BSUGA ALMONDS, by team. :S OLD LEVER WTREET, between St. Lousl andIontl, New Orlmn COTTON FACTORS, ETC. y". TSA.M WHENLEss - Rto.BIVNSO SYEATMAN. N.ewOrlean HENRY C. T. EATAN, i. Woods, Yeatman & Co., N.hville; JOHN F. WHELSS. COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, General Commilsion Merchants. 71 CARONDELET STEERT, NEW ORLEANS. JOHN P. MANIJCO * CO. COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 4 Caroadelet Street, up strais, corner Pdfd street, New Ole~as g MPEED, S'UxMERS CO., NO., s4 OARONDELET STREET, NEW OBLEANS, LA Cotton and Tobse.. Fa.to-., GENERAL OQMMI88ION EERCHANT,Z And Oommer.lal Agents (HARLOW J. PHELPS, of w ; 6. A BOyNME Ootton Pseters uro GeXANEA COMMISSION . EOaurNTS. Na 10 (ebr street t btwee w m Ca sad St lrlens. M **AR b PATTOe, W. H. HEOAN, ae .as scSoty, Es ny, OHM PATrON, Now or..as, 5a, GENEA". COMMISSION AND C OEWAEODNG ES Son o d Comma ,Gin nehtas, COT ACOOTRSON FACTORB RAS THOS.on MCerehenae, 1N o N 06ommon strut (THOS. . SCOT of 2 La; .75. Y SIR. LEGOH, SN 5 SON, *; S. . MA. H p Cetto ~etepprs GECEO COMMISSION ERCHA../. T. E, E, J RIAD. IClRDON. Succesmo to John Cotton Factors and Commission erehbants SOsh doea on u gam N J. J. PBR ON a CO., COTTON FACTORS Cer ommiuon wereha.t.. S.TEVENSONb SM.T. JOHN A. STEVENSON, A. H. MAY.) Cotton Faetor. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 40 F.Sdfdo tt.et WYoHE At, BECKA.XDSON 3. E. WYCHE, J.7B. RICHARSSON. S Posaor.to Job., . W. chet o.) 41 SNION STREET. NEW ORLEANS. JOHN PHELPS. (Suc.e..or to Phelps S Jones, COTTON FACTOR rnsral Coanmmi.ion Moerhant. NO. 45 CANONDELET STREET. NEW ORLEANS. W. B. TULLI., ISUOCESSOR OF TAhLETON WHITING a TULLIB Cotton Paetor. No. I8 PERDIDO STREET, NEW ORLEANS. A. F. JONES. Cotton Broker. 19D COMMON STREET. S. WT"D * C . (8.WHITDS,F. s. GIBBS,W. L. BEAER E, LX CRANDALL) COTTON FACTORS, Seneoml Commlu.on Mernhats, 27 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS. BOWU.IeNY E OCLPON, 0. BOULIGNY, L ESCIOAFON.) Cotton and sugar FPetors JOMMIOSION MERCHANTS, Condou Coxnon adn BAnoNm aons S New Orleau. HOWAZD, PRESTOeS d. BARRETT Cotton and Tobacco Fnetors OMMISSBBION MEROHANRTS, 168 Common street, DEAN. ,DA. S & G.AFF. (T. DEAN, of Dean. leGnnis & Wilson, Now York ; JNO. D. ADAMS, of Little BoA Ark. T. GAFF, of T. A J. W. OGar Aurora, Ind. Cotton Factors and Commlselon Iferbhants '9O. 40 UNION STRERT, NEW ORLEANS. EDEW a PINCeRAID (P. F. EDEY, WE. M. PINCEARD, Jo,) Cotton Factors and Gener Commissialon Mar. chants. No. 83 COMMON STREET. NEW ORLEANS. H1rNTINGTON a snoTlEe. (A. S. HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.) Cotton Factors and General Commslaon Merchant., No. 89 NATORHE STREET, NEW ORLEANS. ush advances made on consigments Sto our address and to our friends in New York and Liverpool T. L. MAXWELL d CO.. Cotton Factors, ener.l Merhmndtse BROKERS AND CO MIBBSSION MERCHANTS, Ne. 18 Natche stret, Nqew Orleans, L. Ro1men. PRFOTHRO d CO., (JOHN ROSSEB. Kociuskeo Miss., N. B. PROTHBO, New Orles, La., JAMES B. ROSSER, New Orleaou La.,) Cotton Factors --AN- S.EMRAL COMMSISION MERCHANTS, U5 Uolaou:treat. New OE ans. J .B POWELL. Cotton Factor and Commission Merehunt. 11 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS. W. B. STUART, late Stourt A Jamea) HAL.MER·Sd B. OON (A. H. CHALMEBRS, U. . BOON.) COTTON FACTORS And General Commlulson Merehants NO. 188 GRAVIER STREEM New Otlens. HO.RELsL. GAYLE m CO. (B. M. HORRELL, J. W. GAYLE, J. E ISENHOUMJ COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMI8.OI MERCHANTS, Eo. 107 Peodrn Stres.s. EDWARDD NALLE .3 CO COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 100 Common Street. GEORGE P. CHILDRIESS, CO.ON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 172 Grawler streeS. UP ST.5eS R. SEATON. ARCHITECT NO. 78 CAMP STREET, (Entrance on atches street, over Home Ionsmo, O.Et. Designs made for city and county bulidlngs. o. a1l kinds, an for imprloving Parks and Pleure lroudsr with reqSulgmlop cilcations for e.eh Also, detaileld specifcatons for alterations and repsr, Sith with or without soorntesndecue. L P. WALKER I& 60O. NEWSPAPER ADVERTIBING AGENTS, Nos.4 Maio street and 88 Second street. Louisille, Ky. Are Aents for all Newspapers in the United States and Brtish Provincn O P .................. A P .......... ...... J. H. KELLER, B Hop Manuoletnrer. Comeorof 8L Andews and Howard strUta, New OISoS ODCs and mies room 110 Grsvdu street, oomer Boak FPme COTTON FACTORS, ETC. EOS. H. SCOTT a Co., ,TdO. MI. SCOTT, JlO,. T. SlLEY, S. . OLIVER, R. Cotto Waetors --laa- GENERAL COMMInSIONI MERCHANTI 81. Caradelet Seredt, NEW OtL..U. LEE ORANDELL * CO. COTTON FACTORS, And General Comml.ni ][4leel No. I9 GRAVIER STREET. New OL.I.e. OLIVER P. JACKE N-.. COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT No. o rates street. New Orleans. GEORGE 8. [ANZDEVILLE, COTTON FACTOR -And Commnte I Merehant, NK 154 Oraevlr street, Ne Orleens. HAMRLTON a SbALE.S (JAMES AMILTON, JAMES O. BANKS, Late of Cot. bum, MtintippL) Cotton Fnetors ed eaenrrd Commle 5 UCnio, nd, after t of Otobe, 114 CrondaetM 4nret, NEW ORLEANS. BANK HAMILTON " Co. (L B. HARWOOD, St. L.nI. & H. 'BICHARDSOB Moblle.) Commllion ]fMerehamAtm Corner Vin end Commaeeial Steets, ST. LOUIS, MO. C. E. LEVERICH COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR, --..uv- GENERAl. COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 106 nlon street, NeOeea.na, La. Mr. We. E. LEVERICE i his duly athoried Agenmt. ,ILLLYS, NXLON si CO., (FRANK WILLIA4MS JOHN NIXON, JL, WILLIAM Cotton Pletene, NO. 48 UNION STREET, New OUnOUe. 5 EYIOUR". TA.NIIO X, C0O.,~ iS. SEYMOUR, New Orlau ; J. I. TAREBROUGH, Mamn Be,:d1, La.; JOHN WHICWORTH, Da otelrish, La. COTTON AND WOOL FACTOR8 --A- General Commission Ierehnt.t. No. 67 Carondelet street. New Oreans, Ln. INONROE al rEEDDINGTOX, (JOHN T. MONROE, THOS. REDDINGTON,) Cotton Factor '.and General Coansemtt Merechants No. 3 Carondelet street, comer of Perddo steet. Agents for Whinter Co' celebrated Saw MBmI end the, T'reaegar Iron Work,, Riehmond, V. Thnee J Monsn OGlen, lcAnernny & Co.,Negw York. .TEWART, GALBREATH ,& PIZE, ANDREW STEWART New Orlean--WM. STEWART W. s. GALBREAT--JOHN C. FIZER, Memph.la), Cotton Factors --Iuo- GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 46 Union street, New Orleanse G1LBREA.T, BSTEWART & CO, (W. B. GALBREATR-WM. STEWART-JNO. C. FIZER Memphis; ANDREW STEWART, N. 0.). Wholesale Groeers mad Coetton 'Fetor4s No. 32 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. (JNO. G. PAEHAr, of Ne. Orletn.: BlVHERLY BLOWST ef itednd one.. Mtluhppt.) COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDOING AND COMIBBION. .MERCHANTS, AND OmIBOHASIN ABIIGI. No. 26 Caeondelet street--t.rt Floor. New Orhene, La. WOo0M, MARTTUEWS * CO.. COTTON FACTORS General Commsslao Merehants. 105 POtDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. H.VO PR.UL. JR.. d C0., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 100 Poyd~ss St ee, New Orlsea L. Liberslcash dva cesmadeon h.ipetS ato8ar hou l. St. Louis, Mo., H. Von ThIl, .oseAC, BRgOOKS., MkACDONAL. CO. (JAS. M. BROOKS-HUGH MACDONALD-.. H mk7T, Cotton Pactors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 59 Cseedelt .trSt, New Orlean. Cash advuc.ements made on ..nsignments. JAB. CONNOLY . CO.-NO. SN POSTDNA .atreat. New Orleans, La LIVINGSTON, FOX tCO No. as w n GtreeN, ex York Cotton Factors and General ComminS.a Merchants. Lib.,.I Cash Advancs made an Cotton and other Pled.. consoegned to us eor to our Mands at Liverpool Janm Con- holy, Jbhn Fox, H.T. LivLngto, E.. . Harr. SA D IE OW * CO... COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION YMEROCSAW 180 Common stree*et, eor.o CarNdelet. BUTT. PLAeSH a LYON (CARY W. BUTT--W. LAH-THOS. T.A. LYON. Cotton Faetos. Geeral ormislen FORWARDING MERCHANTS, Comerr Caondelet and Union Itreklg Now OrlMin. Loeral camh, advanes mteson oneltnmehb to on addwa Ortlers for toots promptly attended to LOWE a sBIGNON r (B. M. LOWE Sr,. H ,nI~ _ NON an with WA. Johsaon ACo., New Olvbsi,) ... COTTON FACTORS, AAD "eneral Commulson MeSelan. 0 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANIS W . 1. o.... . Ia n.. (W. R. GREEN- A 00., St Loe-W. . GERE A. Cotton Factors and COmmsusion eeSamh-ak 15 GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS .C. OGLESBY. Agent-.L.S.Sof sheam ofJdls AOglm LewisA Oganby6oldibld wllnd bth l Min' b-oob JOuN I.. L EE 0 CO.. OHN I. LEE, T. JONES ST.WAJ) Cotton Faetors, Now a0Mn ALOUS , SCHEBC.. LATE OP BSUMMIT. MIs 0.w. ALS, IoaA S5.9)j COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MKCHANTS. Me. 78 Caarondelet strae No0,.la.n, 1 MISCELLANEOUS. THOMAS ' . B.LLINA , PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BROKEB, No. IA Carondelet street, New Orlesan. JACOB OTT, CARPENTER. Special attention gien to REPAIRING oe STONES: 1d DWELeLINGS. CISTERNS MADE AND REPAIRED. .Ordersn Ief at 26 Tivol Circle, or at L. DUIRMAI eo nor Toulouse and Chartres streets, promptly ttended to. BOAT kAND OAR DEPOT. F. A. THAYER A CO., -DEaLEns .r Boats and Oan of anl indsa l Front, treMetw sr PETER FORSHEE, STALLS NOS 1 SANDS ST. MART'S MABES SShtip. Steamshlps and Steamboa.s SuppUled. and is now prepared to fuarnrb his0ld fEo·dSe Stoma with evarhtnc In the mea.. lIn at his old pl. e S baein ee SOUTHERN DRY DOCK COMPANY. No. IN Caroadelet StreS. I 1te uommon and Onrts s a s U.. salr