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WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1866. qw O drleans aontt p a1rhet. C60so550 orslo. O9 CalV Orsr.e, Tueldesy Evening, Oct. 2, 1t0 The feature of the financial movement to-day has been a further advance in rates of Gold and Foreign Exchange. The Gold market opened at yesterday's closing figures, but with early advices of an upward movement at New York rates were soon enhanced, and holders realized an improve ment of fully 14@2 0 cent. on tila operations of the day. The supply also was heavier than heretofore, and the sales show an increased aggregate, as may be inferred from the subjoined report of authentic sales, viz: In the morning $10,000 at 1454, $5000 at 145$, $4500 at 1454, $8000 at 1450, $5000 and $12,000 at 146; $3000, $4000, $5000, $5000 and $12,000 at 1464; $1500, $8000, $10,000, $10,000, $10,000, $5000, $10,000, $3500 and $30,000 at 1460; also, $5000 at 1461. SBales of Sil ver comprised 3000 Mexican dollars at 1464, and $2000, American halves, at 135}. We now quote Gold at 146@l46d; American Silver at 135@136, and Mexican dollars at 146@147. FoansoN Excoanex-The market has been very stiff to-day, owing to advices from New York, and to the improved tendency of Gold. The market has been but poorly supplied, and the demand has been at no time active, but, nevertheless, a fair amount of business has been effected, as will be more clearly seen on reference to the subjoined statement of actual sales, viz: £1000 sterling clear bills at 152; £2000 and £2500 at 1524; £1700 and £3000 at 1530, £1600 at 154; £1000 at 154$; £2000 bank at 1553; £3000 do. at 1560 and £2000 at 158. Sales of Francs comprise 8000f. 10,0001. and 50,000f. private at 3.60f. and 15,000f. and 100,000f, sixty days at 3.55f ad 100,000f,. three days do. at the same figures., We now quote Bank Sterling at 157j®(31587 Clear Bills 154.4@156N ; Bill of Lading Bills153@l154; Bank Francs firstname.lastname@example.org. and out-door Francs email@example.com. DoeesrTIC EXCnaNo.c-There is no marked increase of any kind noticeable in the offerings nnder this heading, and the demand for remit tance purposes, which was active on Saturday, has very materially abated. ,The purchases by banks and bankers to-day have been restricted to , $20,000 and $50,000 hank sight at 4; $35,000 do. at : $20,000' $25,000, $25,000, $30,000, $45,000 and $70,000 at 4; $60,00 Boston at 9-16 ; and $10, 000 New York sight at 1 r0 cent. discount; $15,000 ten days' at 3-16; $18,000 thirty days' at 12; and $10,000 sixty days' at 24 4 cent. discount. There is no quotable variation in rates, and we, therefore, repeat as follows, viz: New York sight 4 . cent. discount at bank and y@® r? cent. discount out of doors. Short sight and time drafts are still of too restricted a character to establish reliable quotations, and we therefore omit them. UNcURRENT NOTES AND SECURITIES.-There is no material alteration of any kind to refer to under this heading. Offerings are very light, and the demand is butlittle better than nominal. The sales to-day were limited to $4000 city of New Orleans' notes in equal halves, at 9904905 ; $7000 do. at 99, and $2000 Louisiana State notes at 914. In stock the only operations that transpired were 100 shares Bank of New Orleans at 410, and 100 do. Carrollton railroad at 194, which exhibits a very marked increase in the price of the latter. BoARD OF BROKErS.--There was a good attend ance at the Brokers' Board to-day, which resulted in the following sales, viz: 5) Shsare, Bank of New Orleans.................... 4 155 .. . ........ so.......... 41 '-) l tarst nion Bank ......................... ... 53 A a) .. Louaai,,ieten Benk .................. ri Fi$9.0O$10twdO City ,0 New Orleans $-............ torJ 3,t$ ) .. .. .. .. ......3ý 1 iý . . ... . .. .. .. .......... ... 9 d -G) old n.................. ............... ...... ... lit,) S ed G old ....................... C. c......... tl s S ar e old ..................... ........... ...... ) American halveso ................................ 31 SonECeaL DISroTCErn-The annexed private telegrams, which have been received by our finan cial and commercial friends to-day, have been kindly handed to ns for publicrtion, viz : Liver pool. Oct. lst-Cotton-demand active; prices advanced 4d.; uplands 14Od. London, Oct. Ist Five-t.enties, 70;: Consols 094. New York, Oct. 2d--i;uld opened at 147t t47.t . 10:30 A. t. Gold,l1. Cotton-demand quiet: prices tend ing upwards,o at 42®tic. l1 a. .--Gold t49;. Cottota-demanl fair: prices firm at d43l15c. Sight Exchange. 10S34109: ; Commercial, 10710 10U. 12 ...--(;Cold 140. Cotton Unocehaned, at 43dCiU:. I r. .!.--Sold 1402. Cotton quiet but fifr:, at 5l'Q13,c. aoltmercial futeligence. Treular Evening, Oot-,ber 2 1.5~. Corrox.-The market has been very firm to-day, wit. ...:es of 2700ibales, at full prices. The offer ings of al dlescriptions have been light through out, a'cd the demand has been sufficiently active to ae,Lrbh every accession that was tendered to aoneei::t the uepply. Most brokers and buyers demc:cled concessions this evening, however, in view of the downward tendency of the New York nm:rket, as advised by telegraph,but factors ' woel listen to no such overtures, and the market closed firm, at the subjoined quotations, which exhibit avery heavy advance, as compared with the ruling figures at the close of the previous week, viz : Low ordinary 28@30c., ordinary 33@31c., good ordinary 35@37c., low middling 38@'t'c., and middling (nominal) at 41@42c. cox0enRATIVe RECEIPTS OF COTTON AT THIS PORT FOR THE PAST TWO WEEKS. ict l-- an l s..........159 Seoar n -bales..........140S Oct. 2--bae s........... 442 Sept. .25--ales.......... 89 2923 171: STATEaMlENT OF COTTON. sBtot on anm d Sent. rt -lante-al............ t102,1o Receaivd eitce yera rdy....................... 2an elrd prevo l ......................... .... 1t,90-14,an 47 116.486 xpoed since yeterrday ....................... 2n 93 Eipo:tet pre oay ........................ . -... o Jf t 491t stoea -c hand and o s.hbotatrd not esearen..... 82,'t The exports are exclusively for Liverpool. St ,.n a.nD .aOLsaons -The receipts since yes terday comprise 17 ibls, of sorghum, and 1:1 bbls. of new syrup, consigned to P. H. Foley, andnmade on MTs. A,. . Shaierp' plantation, Assumption par ish. TIe mnarket to-day has exhibited cotnsidera ble ict: it , esatecielly for tolasses, and there were a !es of 41 hhds. Iuscovndo at 65c., and 200 Lnt-. dC. at .;)c. ct) gallon. Yesterday, not pre. viot.iy repol'tede there werresales of three car goche cio.s sty t; of about p0,000 gaiions, on private ter:,,. Tlere i :li n very fair retail trade doing nat . :;ie. -ai!hn. tn Sugnar there has been bs: c.r little doinag, and the only sales reported are 1.- tioxes Cuba 1o private terms; also, some fewt ilhds. at Cetail at 13jc. far common, 14e. for ocrime Porto Rica. article since our lasIt; in fact, buyeCrs do not feel dispotned to operate very heavily, and the oonly sa!e we have heard of was a few hhds. taken for the city trade, at foll previous prices vhich we give as follows, viz: Low refused, light and heavy 3fNitc., common leaf Ci.7}e., fair do 8i 9c., gooa do t11012c., fine do 13t 14e., and choice selections 1Gio20c. 31) b. Lots for baling are held at 202o5c. 1i lb. FLotnC--The nearket to-day has exhibited considal erabie activity, and in some instances an advance of abtat 25. tper barrel has been realized. Su perfiue is scarce and we are informed that the total stock will not exceed 50t bbls. Choice brands in fair supply and demand, and prices are very firm with an upward tendency. Sales to. day include 4t00 bbls., of which 1500 choice extra taken for shipment, on private terms; 300 treble extra at $14 50 ; 105 and 200 do. at $14 25 ; 105 do. at d$14 ; 100 double extra at $13 50 250 do. S at $13 35 ; 00 sad 300 do. at $13 ; 252 and 275 do. at $12 75 ; 100 on its merits, at $12 ; 100 do. at i 11 75 ; 150 and 150 sunperfine at $11 50 ; 50 do. at $11 35 ; 250 do. at $11 25; 275 common on private terms, and 200 do. at $7 per bbl. CoRn-We have no alteration whatever to no tice in this article. The supply is fair and demand limited, while prices remain unchanged. Sales to-day are 1000 sacks white at 90c., and 800 mixed and yellow at 85c. 1r bushel. OTs--There has been a very fair inquiry no ticeable to-day, but prices are more irregular. Sales comprise 2300 sacks, in lots, as follows, viz : 100 choice at 54c.,150 and 200 at 53c.,1000 at 52c. 700 light at 51cj., and 187 inferior at 50oc. 1 bushel. BRAN-The only sales to-day were 100 sacks at $1 20 100t lbs., an advance of Sc. 1 100 lbs. since yesterday. HAY-There have been no sales reported to day. Prices, however, remain unchanged at $22 @$25 for ordinary, and $27 50@$28 ? ton for prime Ohio River. PoRK-We noticed to-day quite an active de mand, but the only sale reported is a lot of 500 bbls., to arrive, on private terms. We heard that other large sales had been made but all par ticulars were suppressed. In fact, all transac tions in the provision market are done with so much secrecy that is impossible to get reliable quotations. We, however, quote mess in lots nominal at $35 2 bbl. It is retailing at $35 25@1 $35 50 t bbl. BAcoN-Has been in active retail demandito day, and we have heard that some ten lots were disposed of, but could not authenticate them. Dealers are selling at 1Bc. for Shoulders; 214c. for clear-sides and 26jc. for sugar-cured Hams. Prices are nominal. LARD-The market continues dull, and prices very irregular. There is no demand for round lots, which we quote nominal. It is retailing at 20j@21c. for prime in tierces, and 23@23! for kegs. WarsKY--Is very quiet, and only a very small retail trade is doing at $1 O70$1 7,5 for Loeisioba and $2 20@$ 25 $ gallon for good Western recti fled. IsnI BAcorIo--Is in only moderate supply and demand. We have not heard of any large sales to-day. Dealers are supplying the demand for the country at 36c. 1 yard for rolls and 38c. 1 yard in bales. BALE ROPE--Is in good supply, but with little demand, at 184c. for lots and 19c. for retail parcels. GicvY BAos-Are in fair supply and light de mand at 30c. a piece. STAn CANDLEs-Are in good demand, and prices firm at 20c. for 12 oz.; 21c. for 13 oz.; 22c. for 14 oz., and 25c. for full weight. There were sales to-day of 100 boxes 12 oz. at 20c. SaLT-Is in fair demand, and prices firm. Turk's Island is in limited supply, and is held at 65c. 1 bushel. Liverpool is quoted at $2 30@ $2 40 for fine, from store, and $2 20@$2 30 for coarse. By the cargo it is selling at $23@$2 05 for coarse, and $2 10@$2 15 1 bushel for fine. ScNDRIEs--Potatoes are selling at $3 75@4 00 per bbl. Onions at $1 75@2 50. Apples at $2 50@6 00. Eggs at $36 per bbl. Chickens at $4 50 for small, $9 for large. Turkeys at $341 $353 i dozen. NavAL STOREs-Rosin is in light supply, with a fair demand, and prices are firm at $6 50@7 00for No. 1, $8 50 for No. 2, $2 50@3 00 for No. 3. Tar is scarce at $4 50@(8 00. Pitch at $53 30@6 00 °. bbl. and Spirits of Turpentine 575@60c. per gal lon. COAL OIL-There were sales to-day of 25 bbls. at A2.e. and 100 cans at SOc. per gallon. The stock on hand is quite large, and prices droop ing. LARD OIL-There were sales to-day of 40 bbls. at 024 and 30 bbls. at 80c. per gallon. The market is well supplied, but prices are looking down. Hors--There is a fair inquiry noticeable for new, but there are none in the market. Belgian are held at 80@S5c., and American at 75c. 1 pound. MALT-Is in light supply and dull at $2 20 for Canada, and 90@92c. for Western. WOOL-Is in fair supply but quiet at 16@1ic. for natural, 18(22c. for Texas, 45@3 for Mlerino, 225@25c. for Texas, 4@( for Merino, 28@30c. for washed, and 13@15c. lbt. for berry. IIIDEs-Are in limited supply, with a fair demand at 10@10c. for green, and 12;@15c. for dry. COFFEE--Is in fair demand, and prices firm. There were sales to-day of 50 bags prime at 2,c. currency, and 50 do. at 19ljc. gold duty paid. BI-TTER AND CoEE:SE-Western and Northern Butter I. in good supply, but dull at 225(23c. for common Western, 235@2c. for fair do., 27@25c. for prime do., and,30@35c. for choice Goshen: and 47@4ic. for strictly choice ditto. Cheese it dull at I5c. for skimmed, 21(22c. for factory, 24c. for English dairy, '2@30c. for Stilton, and 33:35ic. for pineapple. FREc.nTS-There is considerable Cotton and Produce offering to go forward coastwise, and rates are firlm, with an upward tendency. There is very little disengaged tonnage for New York and Boston, and rates by sail are as follows: Ic. 17 lb. for Cotton, and 5Sc. (3 lb for Flour; by steam to the former, Ic. 3 lt,. for Cotton, 810 (3 lhhd. for Tobacco, and 60c. (5 bbl. for Flour. Foreign freights are dull, and rates are: by Ssail to Liverpool, 9-16@t d. (3 lb for Cotton, and 47s. (- hhd, for Tobacco; to Havre .ce. .; It. for asrr1aso Ctfry,Oetober 3, 186. Arrived yesterday--122 Texas Beeves, 262 Calves and Yearlings and 51 Milch Cows. Sold-312 Texas Beeves, 95 Calves and Yearlings, 30 Hogs and 14 Milch Cows. Stock on sale--953 Texas Beeves, O96 Calves and Yearlings, 183 Hogs, 1475 Sheep, and 63 Milch Cows. We quote: W'eseter Beeve, choice, Rt ID net ................. -4 -- - Western Beers, 2d quality, 0 ID net .............- - - Teas Beeves, choice, >i head .....................55 00® 50 00 eeas Cattl l i, hed ..................20 000 O8 00 esase Cattle, Sdallt.t head .........O.........12 00 00 Hogs, IDgross .................................- 13( - 15 hcet st ll She bs............... .............. 25g 4. Ics Sh p, o h ead ............................ -S - - as R heep, ad........................... 9 0 800 earinao, tnh. had.. 0........................... 0 00® 14 500 Caelrsv d head ................................... 30 15 O0 Tan COTTON CooPs.--Reports from all the principal planters give a very gloomy account of thie condition of the cotton crops. Withilthe last lifit days a great change has taken place, men rwho were very sanguine the firt parte of nugrst that they would raise a large aimout of cotton, have been disappointed. One planter who lully expected two months ano to make 100 bales of cotton, will low only realize one-fourth of what he anticipated. u tlhis colluection we take from the Columblus Eqirirecr an screont of -ottouo being siogrotrly affhoted. The pwriter says, that tlie lhi is only partially expanded, anrd liat at the top o the cells, the greater portion of it beilrg packed to gether into a rwad and monulding. We sulpose that excessive wet weathler,mst havIl e caused this rot, for that .lwhait it spprars to ,be. The cotton si many plantations in otiwesteln Georgia is thus alfected. We make tiese tloughts localcas all are Sinterested in the soccess or tailure of our great staple. The times arc indeed gloomy, but by dint of economy and industry we may worki through this eseason, prepared to realize better times next year.-[Itacou (Ga.) Messenger, 2itlh. A French author says; " When I lost my wife, every family in the town offered noe another; but when I lost my horse, no one offered to make him good." At a dinner given to tihe President and his asso s- ciates in St. Louis, MIr. Seward offered the follow nlg well turned toast : "The Mayor of St. Louis (ay he ever be conservative in his administration of city afairs, and radical in hospitality to his 'f iendr ." a It is not work that kius men; it is worry. Work is healthy: you cannot put more on a man than 4 he eanbear. It is not the revolution that destroys l5 the machinery, bat the friction. Fear creates .acids; but love and trust are sweet juices. "What is the plural of penny?" inquired a st choolmaster. . " Twopence !" shouted the sharpest in the class. (IHtOCERIES ANJ) PRODUCE. -TATE & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MER CHANTS, Corner New Levere, Common and Fulton strStl, New Orleans. ALEX. J. DYAS, f the old boue of Dy & Co.,l with us, and will be plesed to erve his old friends and customers. TATE A Co.; LOTT. WOOD * CO. (W. B. LOTT, Masdiso co.-C.W.WOOD, Canton, MieM) Wholesale Grocers, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, t 66 Common end 46 Csul streets. M~Jor G.0. C. bstian hl charge o ofr sale departmen. ]ILLIKNN * BRINOIER (I. MiLLIKEN-M. D. BIMNGIER.) SSgar Drohken. A HD GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 21 Canal street, New Orleans. WHOLESALE GROCERS, 1l New Levee and 19 Falton treet, Between Grvier and Common streets. PoPrk, losr.Laod, SuWt, Mo..luu., Coffns, lt, Fine Winees Llqo, Toboeo sind igers constantlyon baud in qtltitie e tsmlt pureh.ers. Orders or plantation supplle caefUlly put up. City orders forfsmlly .pplis eoold0ts. SGEOMBGE 4. GARNER. (. O. GOODRICH, H. L. GOODRICH, C. a. BAILEY.) WHOLESALE GROCER --.M- Commsluson Merehant, S oe a COMMON AND 44 CANAL STREEEgS. J W. OSLEE, WHOLESALE GROCER -WD (Comml.R loS Mereharnt NO. I MlONT AND 8 AND 10 FULTON STREETS, New Oce."s. WHOLESALE GROSCE, - New Leve, 6, 4t, 8 and 1 dGrasia te, NBW ORLEANP. S IDWELL, PAYNE * 0O. (H. BIDWELL, E. C. PAYNE, JNO. N. PANE WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND DEALERS IN WESTERN PRODUOCE, No. YE Tehoneplp i toaet, e New Orleans, La. i OO PIC.ETT * (0. (B. HI WOODS-WE. E. PICKETS-MIE L. WOOD. 5 Oommneree Street. (CLARI, STEWART A BIBB'S OLD STANDR MONTGOMERY, ALA, 4 Wholesale Retail roeaert COMEISSION MERCHANTS AND COTTON BROKERS. Jrey A Hais; HW. Pulo A Co.; Batts, Noble s Co.; Col. J. O. Nlzon,and Cl. D. B. Penn, New Orls.n. USUAR. SYRUP AND MOLASSES ,r eSCeent City Sugar RgeS ere DOUBRI-REFINED LOAF, OUT-LOAP, CRUSOES. 0 -Asdl POWDERED SUGAR BITE and YOAW CLARIFIED SUGAR, eODN SYRUP, SUGAOUSA LY. S e sOUlAHons --ad s REBOILED MOLASSER. Lmrtsiena and Wect Indla iO SUGAR and MOLASSES. I- A.Thom~one t Co., 45 Tohonultonleo mtrt H. ETODORE PELLS. We WHOLESALE DEALER IN o. Liaqors and Wines. AO TCHOUPIT ULAS STREET. t A. . D'REA, COMMISSION MEBRCHANT. Ir Ileporte of Cuba Produe*. -AlSo, DOoleison S LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSE4 V OEm Na 108atL Ldol.str Losiana need Obs BSuger and Molasses always en hand 10 to snit probassu CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. IJ A. FERNANISEZ, r--tIo8Ten or HAVANA CIGARS, r No. 65 Common street and No. O Canal Street, s NEW ORLEANS. THOS. C. WALBH d CO.. (0OS. C. WALSH, Late of Lyncbburg, V. ; ARTHUR CONNELlO, Iate of Montgomery, Ais TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Coxast or GaAvsla AN NEW L SO STRE TS. New Orleans, Ls. S General Harry T. Hays, New Orl.eans, L Messrs, McDanoil & Irby. Lyncbhohrg. V. Mesrs. Chas. Luing & Co.. New Yortk. C. I, BLOCK &c CO: V 3 GRAVIER STREET, P WWolesale Dealers in and Importers of Havana Clgars. VIrlgmnl and Western 'Tor 0bane. 0 Reep cons:antly on hand the best brouds of the o OLD DOMINION. '.porto ot HAVANA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODUCE, 64 Common street, Betwaen Magazine and TehoupitooioJ, New Orleans. SIMON J. FLATOW, Is7 uCACtUsa 0r AL]L r<ID I PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO, R1 M.lazlne street, New Orleans. 2 PRESSES AND COTTON GINS. 3 STA COTTON GINS A3 ND CONDENSERS. EMERY BROTHERS' PATENT. SThese celebrated COTTON GINS differ materallsy fom Sother Gins in many respects. They are simple, compact and 0 portable; easily set up and kept in rning order ; and are highly recommended as being capable of turning out more Sand better cleaned Ginned Cotton per day, with same mouont of power oopended, without injury to the staple, than any oother Gins yet ointroduced. S TIhe CONDENSER and CLEANER attachments for these 10 ins are constructed with substantial Frames, containing ai revolving, cylindrical screens of heavy perforated zince 0 attached toopeniron heads. The Cotton, aslt is ginned, is discharged from the Gins directly into the Condensers and Supon the revolving screens, and is delivered from between compressing rollers on the discharge Hide of the Condensers it l a thick shet or bat, nod free Irom the lare amount of dust Sand sand that wold otherwise be dischargedl witlh the Cotton into the lint room Lv tie ordinary pocres of ginning. 1 For salee with or without Condensers, by J. BRECKNNRIDOE BABCOCK, 115 Poydras street, .I. ..t. . L. k ,ýx_ 5 7:. '. 0._ STAK COT]TON" PIIEI't---IoIIiE P51OOF) S bi in the s uire bonded b) -Nev Levee, TcLuopitoolae, Rac ý and Oranuge tracts, having, y Improved Tyler Press, IC Willrecevie Cotton e0 Stblago and1 for Cmin}ieioný Ship. Iments promptly attended to, . J. RR, d14 Carondelet itract, New Orleans. Order boxes at Clo'nt Sothlleoirn and WCiern Insuranooe Co.. oocrnerCarouodole, ad Conmmo, streets" \lc(ilskeyi Mason SCo.'s, 16l Grnvier .ere0t; No. 14 arooeIoIl-t sreet. o SPENN'ES COTTON PRESS, It (FORMERLY UNION COTTON PRESS,? Lt On Terpselehore street, SBetween Toboopitonlus and Pets,, street, OPFIOE 4P CARONDELET STREET. NEW ORLEANS) 1, now prepared to r50 ei Cotton on st00,g, and for to, e , rsing. PENN & SIMMONS. Prourl05 ut VICOMBRO COTTON PREEM, m L E A BoundedbD LEVEE, L OPE GAENNIE and the RIVER. Hllman & Bonmss o, 0- proprietors. New Orleans, .0 5POrders [e5 at tho Proc Current Oeo,, No. 131 Or,,let utretssor at55 .rosso'. oee,, No. ClOnton sItreet, will have s COTTON QXINe ..............COTTOr N o ks rk TAYLORB BROWN in EAGLE, SOTHER, EMORY A CRAVEN, cOCHARTY oExelstor Cotton Glns. WithEsglsss, H.,, Powrs aod eve~ytehinssg osspfor B aing, sad fsylor Immdiat m shiapmt, !owtrastws, by JOHN B. FULLER. iSNo. 6 DEY STREET, lNEWYOI ATTORNCVYS AT LAW. .B. B. FORMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 46 Caroadelet street, New Orlesns. Kentukyj Commilusoner. JA]AM B. CURRELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 6 ...................Royal Street..................M H. C. wr.EP , ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Nat hitoehes. La. 0~f010M .tr on .o 0.40 o0 Pa[tlC.hal attmntlon Pdld to the Collection of Claims. Fro tine tn the Courts of Iapldes, Winn, Sabln, Caddo and D. Bata. Referto L. Dupl, editor of tatchitoches Tim,. . . B . BOENES, B. J.GOODZI P. D LWOHAM Attorney, at Law, (OVER CANAL SANLJ r omWs or c WA n eAoavas ars, saw os.as. I, reata to any buti en tus tedtoh Inb a eoteon wth Mal ll au == alnt the a smmsent MOMEHEAD d TR- ]. ) (CHA. . OREHEAD, WYNDHAM B. TRIGG) Atterneys at Law GREENVILLE, MISSISIPPI, HNve asocltad themselves to poractice thelrperof.lon ( the counties ot Washington, Tunl., Cosaom1, BolRv,, IuuOens andW Warren. E. "I. II.ODI- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Olee, 5S Camp Street. Bsine 1for1 him, oduring any temporary bsence, left with e.,.. ClIrke & BRane. wll receive lsroer attention. ITLO.[ / TRORPE- C L NORTH CULLOM, S. B THORPEJ Attorn.ay at Law. MAEBKVILLE, LOUISIANA. rctioee B Ik the 0ours of AvoyeIUu, PoIont. OUP ad Re ides Refer to the Propdtor of the Mrescent S tIBSON & AVOTIN. G L GIBSON, J. E. AUSTIN.) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, 100 CVommoa street, opposite City Hotel. New Orlekns Ha'., ADAMS . MODa., (HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS. Z. WARREN MOISE. Attorneyr and Counselors at Law. Ofce. 15 St. CbarleI street-Sscond floor. SMITH * HALSEY (JA.ES B. SMITH, C0inton; J. HALSEY, Point Cooups C ou.t HoHme,) Atterneys.at.Law, HSvo fermed a prtnrLrp and will ot psotio thelhpofmo In he courts of thesWesenth ,odicial Distrct. p SHELDON * PABDEE. (L A. SHELDON, DON A. PANDEE) ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 18 St. Charles Street, Neewe Orleans. RANDOLPRHSINGLETON & HALDIN (WI-LLIAM D. EAWDOLPH, OARLESB B. SINGLETO, JOHN W. HARDIR,) Attorne. and Caounslors at Lsw, Corer Osmp and Natche strees, Over Home Mutael Insereene Compsny, 78 camp ste. NEW ORLEANS. MARK * FOIUTE (B H. IMARE. . A FOUTE, G. W. H. MAZE,) Attorneys at Law, 15 GLtumo 8km. N. A. FOOTE. Conamistoer of Heistosiopl. HwK1P'EY MAE.HALLI. COUNSELOR AND ATTOKNEY AT LAW, Omoe. No. 11 Oarodelet street, New OrGe, Leans, WH psetice Law to the Coorta of New Orean ond w.l oesd to thes prepatton of OClrma to be dsdd stWasb. p. C. WOx. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW No. 184 Geranter streel New Orleans. JOHN E. HOLLAND, ATTOBNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAM. No. i Royal street. S(oreoa mOmaaee' aR-[) . elaeno a. No. 75 Hoeit stCs 'reet. Or IHARELISON et HUNTON. (J. O. HARRISON, THOMAS HUTTON,) Attorneys at Law. Will practice in all the Courts of New Oreless, and Slut strict aten ion to any business enti-sted to them. In one. junction with a reliable Attorne , a Washington, they wil prepre aed prosecute cims aealinst the Gov"ermet. D UNCAN N. HENNEN, ATTORNEY.-AT-LAW, No. ........... rondelet street. ........ N Has resumed the Practice of the Law. Helan mNde professlnal conecttois in the soversl Par. tshes, wll attend to CoIletoilnh and Claims in ail the PIrleher o the State . also, o Claims against the lGovernment at Wst. Ington. GROCERIES. IVINES. ETC. T.F. WALKER & FLOYD, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 66 and Si Gravier Street, New Orleans. H. H ILLEE s Co, Manufacturer ef STEAM REFINED CANDIES, Importer of WINES. BRANDt. PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS and til descriptions of FIREWORKS, Agent for th Los Angelos. Cal., Wines, 0 and 2 New Lee street. comer of Natohse. NO. A ORAVIER OBREUT We have constantly on hand s nm ssortmsnt of WINES, BRANDIES, LIQUOS And Faney roeerle. Which we offer for sale at lqwet maet rates. HITE A MURDOIR LAY a MACMURDO, IMPORTERS, Wholesale and Retall Fine Wines. Liquors, te.., No. t11 UNION STREET. LeIY A DAKMRON, Ci. LEDIG, H. DAHMRON.) Wholesale Grocere and Dealers In General Provisions, Clgarn, Tobacco, WINES, LIQUORS, H.O., No. i' POYDRAS STREET. NEAR NEW LEVEE. NeEew Orleler. EDWAKD CO-NErT. WHOLESALE GROCER, iomm~islon and Forwatrding lerchant WESTERN PRODUCE FOREION and DOMESTI WINEP LIQUORS, ETC.. ETO. toOR-l 1110041 Ann Pallo IS ene.TI. New r.eioer LI ýt OltURF.1WXR DiSUTUERO, WHOLESALAE GROCERS _Dealers In Poreln and Domeeste Lqueors (Agent for Pine Apple Whisky) i4 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET. NEW ORLEANS J. A. ILAEPPEB & CO., (SUOOESSOSB TO WE. MASSEY,) Agents for Maosey Collns A Co.'s PHILADPHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTFB. Ale, Porter and Cder, By the (ask Barrel or Bottle. BOTTLING HOUSE I2 AND 2 BIENVILLE STREET, Wholesale Depot. 52 New Levee street, r New Orieaue, Lo Shltppng orders promptly sttended to. " E . PALMER d CO., S ED. O. PALMER, JOB. WELD,) -Importer of and Wholuesale and SRsta Deale Carpets, Mats, On Cloths. et. or We. 113Grstn eties Nw Orihen MR. H. K. ISAACSON HOLDS MY FULL power of aIttorney, as per ot pssed before T. O. Stark, Notary PLubtlitc, June 2,86 F. J. HEBRON, New Oerlasa, Aet at 4 18 It COend"lot sItrMt COMMISSION-FORWARDING. D. Down, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 110 Peydr.A street, zw o·a·... LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES .ee on Conslgoment. of Cotton and other Produce to my friends, DPOIPORD TILESION & CO., New York; C. ORIMSHAW. 0 O.. ie.erpeel. . ae sO11SOx. PURCHASING BROKER FOR ugar and MeI... e. Leee, Plantation and It Stoe.. Omce-CORNER CARONDELET AND GRAVIER. pEKUINa, IWUNSON b Co. (WM. M. PERKINS, New'Orl.an, . M. SWENSON, N. Y., IIteA.stiO, m D. L KERNION. N5ew Oren.,)-O General Commliton Merehants. No. 48 Curondlt street, corner of Union street, Ner (Man. INDEPMNDENT THRIOUIH T IREM OAGENCY. MITCHELL, RUTLANID 7O0. (L JAQUESS, MIT CHELL A CO.,) 'BEIJ. N. MITCHELL, of New C OOnm, JOS. P. RUTLAND, Mobl. Foewardlig and CoVmlsloa Merehpats, SHIP AND INDEPENDENT SBEAMBOAT AGENTS, No.84 Commere street and Ns Iront setree MOBILE ALA. H. W. BwDECMATrr a 0,, GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING ME CHANTS, A 0 mad N NNew Levee trSeet. SE. W. ADAMS. COMMISSION MERCHANT, NS Alles d'Orleans, Bordeaux, Pranee. BmnSocR--Hoe. C. M. Conra.d, Pa.yn Hont. Son t Coy. W.H.Ayn D.W. Adsms,,nd.son & nne, J .W.odbrdg, Boo.igny Ei.rpd;n, J.. W...ehoi. edJ. M b PALAIO (C00. PImARRO IARTINEZ-ANTOhNO PALACIO.) Commluson Merehants, 198 GRAVIER STREET N.w Oa0L.m - DIL.EIGHAM * DEBMLOI (0. DILLINGHAM-JOHN DEBNIlS. Sucessons to Wseed Witters A Co., GommSuloaNMerehant.and Wholesalerdeep r No. 7, 9,11 and IS Tchoupito.lo Street, No. O.oamU. .Y, L. ROVS * BSO.. (0. L. OUNS, BEN. B. KOU1M) .em st ommitson Merehmat". WHOLESALE GOCES, FANOY GROCERIES, BOAT AND AR STOR. No W Oomon treat, New Orlea.. iberalCubh Advane. made on Constgsnmet. WB1,, o, BOTERS. (0. P. WRITEMAAN, H. O. WHITEMAN, B. W. WHITB MN,) Commlston, Reiviln and omnwarln Me..hmats, WholnIeand et.l Dels In GROCERIES, WESTERN PRODUC.E, LIE, OCENT NAILS, Roi,~ Bayou Sma., NM. r Hvingo Tsa buAoM at their old 1t.0 .spattly .olle,0 n renelof former p.. onage A. STWEWAT d Co.- ( (ANDREW STEWART. J. L AVER.A Commission and Forwardins Morehas. C --Deoenln BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION SUPPIE, - . t PeE (or New g Lee) treo, cor.e of Ol str.e , (OnwS0 M CDR51 HoRo) New Ociaa, La. SRe atntioneSpodtothe Sle1nd Storog of kUitndsof Podno. Lb.nlOdshAdane madeson Oo.Inmens taand pomptret0rn. Al,. .getst forthe. ed Rver E.W. SIT d CAM, (J. PINOENEY SMITH, Carroll prishh JOHN M. CARR, Madison psrleh,) eommlssoon MorerhantS and PurehasSlR Agent., 90 Cser sev., NOW OrLU51. -.-oCh Advices made on Conslwoent,. JOSEPH S. OGLEIS,. (LATE OGLESBY A& AOAULAY.) CommnlaSon Merchant, NOS. B 70 AND 71 TCHOUPITOULAB STREET, r}C°,ILVAINE BIIOTHE.a, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ne. 49 Broad street, New Yerk. Oash advnov made on shipments t tthe above hou by JOSEPH H. OGLESBY, f, 7j1 and 72 Tchoupltooias street. JAMES WEIIGHT, COMMISSION MERCHANT R4 1.2 Carondelet street. Foreign and Domestle EXCHANGE bought and sold. ADVANCESmadeoneoneslgmenteto A. McMaster & Bro., Liverpool;' Caldwell Ashworth, 8 Wall street, NewYor. BEN. TOLEIDANO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Nre. 16 WISon street. New Orleans. T. 0. NOEL. COMMISSION MERe&NT, For the sale of Cttles. Hog., heep. Mules and IHerse, STOCK LANDING, NEW ORLEANS. Satfactory refereance gaven CHINIOWETH. CASEY . 00C., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 58 Om.vler Street. New SLa.Aks, Id W. H. NICHOLS * CO. COMMISSION MERBHANTS, eIocesoSS To .L . 0mon11a A MO. lvee.Iton, Tene.. BABBRTE m mSCI.UHEE- . WHOLESALE ANDRETAILC OMMISSION MERCHANTS ]Levee Street. Shreveport. La.., Solicit Consi menots o f otton and Merchandlee. WSIITTY & 4o. HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION, Reeelveng and Foarwarding Meerchants, And Trsd, sale Auetloeweri DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE, No. 2 vee street1 . Shrev.port La A, H. IEI.lEAeI GENERAL COMMISSION AND' LUMBER MERCHANT, OMee, No. 375 Julla at., New lRinu. NEW ORLEANS. S Spelsl attention Clvet Builders' and Shippers' Orders for iumber. Shitnle, . etc. delivered at mills or it cQUOID, MEHLE dg CO., (JAMES MoQUOID, CHRIS. MEHLE, H. INSAU J. T. AYCOCK, JOE GITZINGER,) (Successors to C. Wilkln COo.,) COMMISSION MERC.H ANTE -FOR ?as Sra Lor CoSttle, sH.sog. • nd Sheep. STOC"K LANDING, City o Jeoero.on, L. A. IAGNAN & F. LA]BOHIDE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS -or Frenech Wines, Brandies, Sardines, ete., NO. 42 OLD LEVEE STREET. LOVELL -. BAILEY, SHIP BBOKRES AND COMMISSION MEROHANTS 58 Carendelet Street. J. F. LOVELL, formerly Bt.oLovell A Co, New OHrle W. B. BAILEY. formerly Augusts Andrb & o. Antw.,. ý' a]ine. TAYMPIN. MANUACTURE o ll kinds of FAMNCY ANDIES. STRUI1P, GUM DROPS. JUJUBE PAM@E S$ BUGAR ONDS, y Mato OLD lrEEE STEES, betwen Si. LoE, an.4' Ne. Odtm COTTON FACTORS, RTC. JOHx r. MANIO o0. GOTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MEBOBHANTS, Ne. 4 Caroedelet Sllret, up stair., eon ..dld..toM. N.. Ortt NO. MC AREODELET USREN. NEW OLEANI, LA H'.uou .1'. P N aw S L . 1 ., GENOERAl- OBMMXBBION MEROHANI IRARLOW J, PHELPS of .e O)-; LA. STOKINEZ Cottre Paeters GENERAL COOUNls IO MERCEANTS Nla o0 G4M .wtee. bet Oep ,.od 6L (Th... N.O Orae or eor pr pu a Bended ol.m u - LoB 8 PlAn a LN (]3. M. LOW. 8L . S `Hu m*, ALU.--L Ow(BI OX, or COITO PArCTOTB, "ea .eUIeral D ll BAs (W. I. G WREENE F CO W. . A. GENE.E Cott.n acets sad geam.wl. a C raeeatm Suo., STIRnEET, NRW oLhuA, lod WeaRa m bot MEddno.. jow* L. Lss a co., ORN L. F. TE,. JOWES STEWART.) ALOUS·, slEROK & A UTEY- Cmarr MOsS, hose 80aMa, 8. D. Adnr,) COTTON FACTORS AND COM.OION IEROHANT Ho Oardela o New Orlans, La HoGA a PATTHoN W.WH" HOGAN, le. o LCoSo.. , M.,, JOHN PATTRON, 1N Orleuan. ,RL EICRNE.l COMMAISSION 0 MD FORWARDI0NG p Na 188 Orsrr.ltre.'e nw Orl.. A SBr to W n.s ,ron. O COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEROHANTI s No. 45 CO avndelet Strt New Oru , o. 6 JJ. N. AO. dCO.. .. STarYeN a aTr O, EA COMMISSION MORDEA ( o Na. WA EN, T o r . d . RAW ,) _ O A.SEENOA N A, N. 4 Prdido troe W ~ ~ ~ --- 1bml~-lx (J. WYCHE, J. B. RIOEARDSON. Sesms to Jobs L Wyche A C.) Cotton Factors ad Commi on Merhan t. 4 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEAa JO." FMlLP , (UMaois to Phelps a Jor,) COTTON FACTOR " nnernl Comnlsoton Mereha.l. NO. 41 CARONDELET STREET, NEW OBLEANS. W, B. TuLLI.. (SUCCESSOR OF TARLETON WHITING * TULLIS Cttona Faetor, No. 88 PESDIDO STREET, NEW ORLEAINS A. F. JONES. Cotton BrSoker, 194 COMMON STREET . WHITED Sn CO. (S.WHITED, F. S. GIBBS,W. L. DRAPER, LEE CRANDALL) COTTON FACTORS, General CommAsson Merehants, 07 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS,. BOULIGONY & ECLAPOON, (D. BOULIGNY, L ESCLLPON.) Cotton and ugar Facetors -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CouS9a Ooxo O RNDboom STM, New Orleans. HOWARD, PIRESTONS .a BARRETT Cotton and Tobacco Factors --.m- COMMISSION MECOHAN T8, 10e Co.OR n street, Nenw OLRAWS, LA DEN. ADAMS Sn GAFF, T. DEAN, 0fDean M.eons nWilsnsNew york t ; 10O. D. ADAMS, of LLtle Rock Ark. ;T. 4AFF, of T. & J. W. OGS Auora, Ind. Cotton Factors and Commtslon Merehants NO. 40 UNION STREET. NEW ORLEANS. EDEN a PENCRARID (P. F. EDEY, WM. N. PINCEARD, s.) Cotton Factors and General Co.mmsoson Her. chants, No. 83 COMMON STREET. NEW ORLEANS HIdWINGTOR aS BROTHER. (A. S. HUNTINGTON--B. W. HUNTINGTON.) Cotton Foctons and General ComUnsgon Merehant. . No. 3 NATCHEZ STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Onh advances made on onsalnments to our oddres. and to our friends In New York and LiverpooL T. L. MAXWELL A CO., Cotton Fceton. 4 eneral MGerhConndl BROKERS AND OMMIS SION MEROHCHANTS, N,. IS Notcha street, New Orleans, L ROdER, PRUOTHRO .0 Co., (JOHN ROSSER, os4clusk Miss., N. B. PROTHRO, New )rlesau, La., JAMES E. RO88ERD. New Orleans, La.,) Cotton 1actors SXrEAL COJMMISSION ME HANS, a 1(lo ,rtog. Nw Orl 0.. J IU. POWELL. Cotton Fu.Ctor and Commlsslon Meechanb 17 CARONDELET STREET. NEW OBRLEANS W. R. STUART, (late Stuart James.) CHALMERS Sn BOON (A H. CHALMERS, U. S. BOON.) COTTON FACTORS And General CoSnmldelsn MHerehnt NO. 138 GRAVIES STEERS New OrleOn HORNELL. GkAYLE n CO. (B. M. HORRELL, J. W. GAYLE, J. EISENHOUI,) COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISSIOJ MERCHANTS, IN*. NOT Poyd.-a GreetO EDWIARD NALLE S CO OTTOM ACTORS AND COMMISSION MESOHANT No. 1E Coummon SmeSt. G 1UORE P, CHILIR)EE 00WOM FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT We. R.1 nranIer stro.. UP STI8. ((YPT()N FAcT(MOUS, S"'r:. pACE. N.&VENSEUm f * 3rAPZ (JAS. T. PACEad VlwdhlcV.. LAWMq6th q, ONMEMAT. 9 COBE, of NUCk aI&, OEEERAL Coiiif OM M1ROEA, - O N ................. F . Oe * 1··L................ " 0Afl3A"* f CRAMS-: IJ. J. oAEUARD. v!ebuw; A ,. CRAMI, Net ODes. AND COMMISSION MEMACHAMN, 401.8 Us tet Nd. Outeeau,. L. USO6. X. COTT * CS.. 8n. IConen ot Ci.ibm P 481229t;NO. T. SI .1W.,. O eeee S. 8. NEARSp, edi sa is..; NUJ. J. D. OLlya, R .1 onp tst, GENERAL COMMIHNZON MRUCEANTI,. 81 Csurewdle U te'uu l LEE CRANPELL de CS. COTTON FACTORS, LAd General CieS.1..a Meevba.4., No, iN9 GRAYIZD STRENT. NEW Osma.eg COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSIOM MERCHANT No.9 11.1. stree. New Orlies.e COTTON FACTOR -ANN 1,186sle Om~e. itaeti.N' O, ee No. 184 Groan stow,, New Otani H .ALTON &++ BANN6. (JARES HAJLLTON,1Axg5 0. ANIKS, Late of Co. lboa, Nletmippi.) Cotten mests., mad several Qetlemk 4 on, a, otter 1st of Goober, i14 Csreleleit Staes$ NEW OBLEMA. 'BANE. uArL N a H ADNco, -(i B. HARBWOOD, St. Loom 8, H IOHARIIM Commtsda SvMekaeb Coer T.fe end Commae.de Saeta, ST. LOUIS, MO. IV'NlIAMu. MI0xe * CS, (nRANE WILLIAMS, J3ij0ON Je4WflJT Coitt. Duet.,., NO. 48 UNION TiREET, Now oe.wr. SEYItOUJ. XA$BrEOUBIJ a ,S. is. SEYMOUR. New Orions ; d. J. YANBINO0UE, Mi 8618, La i; JOHN WHII'WOiIT, De 8otSe tpe, L. COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS Genemul commeiess.o SYe.'eba.. No. 67 Carondeaet street, New Orlesw, La -c E. LEVEUICe-. COTTON AN' SUGAR FACTOR, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. No. 16 VUimo Street, NewOdwee, L. Mr. We. 0. LEVERICH (. his del7 enbie.d Aget, MONRILOE a BED3INOTN (JOHN T. MONROE, THOS. RNDDINGTON,) Cotton Factor. aud Smuerul Cuemleee l eremiea t. Na. 3 C rlet street ,io.a, .1 P81do 4.tiGbt ,Agent for Wnter A o's elebmied ow *tfL eed ib O4 E ney A 0. .. New ork. C, T. U" 1. STEWA*T. GALeDUELT * W IERZ. (ANDREW EnNLBRR orWARn c·14ihOdeotr*Sf V. B. OaLDrEATHrJOHNC- F IUER Cette. 141te4V3i' GENERAL COMMISSION MERIIASIS, Mo. 46 Unio street, Ne.Orla .e GA aLBJLEATK. £I'NIV4XT ai . (V. N. OALNNEATH-WM, STR WART'-JNO C. 111E3 S NMwephis.; ANREW STEV4J1T,# O.) ;) Wholeeali. Sew.... mad 0ot.'i Duets., No. Ri P. ei etisi, Met.phl;N... PAEUISAX d, 31.1MW (JNO. 0. PARRAN, Hi Ms OelpCM,; *EYRtS6 BL83, COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDING ANd COMYiUNI O MERBHANTS, AnD PURCHASING AGIRS, . 16.. 15 Caroudelet street. New. Oeieeoe, L. WooDS., MATTHEWS A CO.. COTTON FACTORS General Comamisston erehants. 105 POYDPAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, IA. H.VON PHIUL, JR., b CO,. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 109 Poydras Street. New Orlem.s La. Liberal esh advace. made on Shipmeants to our 0oesl, St. Louls, Mo., H. Veon Phnl, Sons AO0. BlOOsK,. MACDONALD a CO. (JAS. M. BROOKS-HUGH MACDONALD-. HE LIMAT, Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, H CaTond,!et %treet, New Orleans, Cash advancements made on onsignmens. jAS. CONNOLTY b CO.--N0. S POYDEL No. 88 LibrtJy stress, N York, Cotton Factors and General Co.uMteS Merhbnts Liberal 0h Adeances mads on Cotteo snd othr Pods eeelneedtesueorto tor fiMds at LleepeoL J.m15 Ot n0ly, John F0o, H.T. Liviegst on, E H. a. S.A DE BOW a O.-. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION ME.ORASMS 180 Common street, eor. of Ca.oidele. MISUELLAlNWOUS. THOMAS W. BOLLENG. PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BROKEBR, No. '4 Carondelet street, New Orleas.. JACOBf OTT. CAPENTER. Special attention given to REPAIRING of STORBS. a DWELIISGO. CISTERNS MADB AND REPAIRED. ,Ordes left at 2 Tivol Cirle, or at LDUMRAN Der Teolouse sud Chartres streets, promptly sttended to. BOAT AND OAR DEPOT. F. A. THAYER & CO., -DEALERS IN Boats Cand Ours of all Elods. 51 Front street, (Neew 'e. PETROL FORM tEE, STALLS NOS. l AND ST. MARTS MARKET Ships, Steamships and Steamboats Supplie d and Is now prepared to furnish hsolmfreds and cusom with everythln in the meat line at his old let of busise OFPFCE SOUTHERN DRY DOCK COMPANY, No. 25 Carondelet mtrcet. etwe.m Om.oS snd era. stmeets. as i R. eATON, eAROTECT WN. S CAOMP STREET, (EnrMae on Net.. street, over Home ZeseS O " Dasns made for it? and eountr bUlldtq o all inds. for Improving Perks nd PL Uor /3oan d withktmnds ©thetloS lor eacd Also,detailed. peelfOltloeeosforeltte5H utand reg atm with or wi.hSotutserlntndene. L. P. WALKER SO0. NEWSPAPER ADVERTIeNOG AGETS. Nos. Mln street and 5 Second Asea IL onte . E. AreAgents foral Newspapersn the United (Sttes a British Provine SoAr ................O..oAP ................. r 1. H. KOLLEE, *aop Munnfametrs. Gorer of St. ndrend Howard.m ts, Now Oim. Oce and s'ies room 110aOr streehst.ams· a oekF la