SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1866.
,Cgr Orlen. H I ona g O Prl et. t,
Cnaao.stl OsTIC No. 91 CAMP Serse, i
Frlday Bsnlng, Oct 0, 180. 1
The most prominent feature in the financial
movement in this market to-day has been an ad
vance in rates of Gold, a alight depression in those
of Foreign Bills, and a moderate stiffening in quo
tations of Domestic Exchange. The Gold market
opened quiet at yesterday's closing figures, but it t
soon rallied under this morning's advices from
New York of advanced rates, and as the latter h
were reiterated at several intervalsduringthe day, rs
holders realized an improvement of fully [email protected] l
cent. on previous quotations. The demand was
also better, and sales of the subjoined amounts
were efected before the close of business, viz:
$3000, in the morning, at 1460; $10,000 at 1460 ;
$1000 and $1200 at 146~; $10,000 at 146t; $2000 0
and $3500 at 147; $4000, $7000, $7500, $10,000
and $11,000 at 1474; $3000 at 1472 ; and $40,000, C
in two equal lots, towards the close of business, cl
at 1474. No sales of any magnitude have trans- a1
pired in Silver, and we now quote Gold at [email protected] 7
1473, American Silver coin at [email protected], and
Mexican dollars at [email protected]
i FoaRIGN EXcHANGE-The offerings of Sterling s
and Francs have been very light to-day, wlhilst the di
demand for them was, at no time, much better ht
than nominal, and rates were weaker in accord
ance with the downward "movement of the New
York market, where a declinewasfullyestablished m
in face of an advance in the rates of gold, despite
the heavy arrival of the latter by the Liverpool at
oteamer. The only actual sales that have come to u0
our notice were £1300 clear sterling at 156t, £12o0 an
and £1500 do. at 157, 65,000f. bank francs at 3,55f. bI
and 80,000f. private do. at 3.60. The ruling quo- et
tations this evening are [email protected] for bank sterling
(nominal), [email protected] for clear bills, [email protected] for w
bill of lading bills, [email protected] for bank francs and
[email protected] for outdoor francs. 1
DOurESTIC EXCrANonE--There has been some fo
evidence of a reaction in the Domestic Exchange re
market to-day, and while offerings' exhibited a 6e
very marked diminution, the rates for outdoor fo
supplies were decidedly stiffer than for some days 1
past. We annex the whole of the purchases by
banks and bankers that have been reported to us in
in an authentic form, viz: $100,000, a bank check 0'
in the morning, at 7-16 14 cent. discount; $20,000
private at 9-16 41 cent. discount, and $10,000 and
$23,000 at 1 4: cent. discount for New York sight; fa
and $10,000 thirty days' sight at 14 5 cent. dis- e
count. Quotations are nominally unchanged, and er
we therefore repeat, as follows, viz: New York at
sight [email protected] - cent. discount at bank, and 0J4 I tOr
cent. discount in the outdoor market. lo
UNcURESNT NOTES AND SnCURITIES-Transac- 75
tions in the former since our last included $3,- or
000, $1500 and $7000 City of New Orleans notes cl
at [email protected] and $12,500 Louisiana State notes at $1
95c., while operations in securities comprised 7 e
shares Gas stock on private terms. 9, 10, 13, 15, T
20, 35, 45 and 50 shares City Railroad stock on qt
terms that have been suppressed. £3000 City w
Consolidated bonds at 964, and $5000 City bonds 1(
to Railroadn, with November coupons attached, I1
at 53$. The latter had been previously sold at 1
85, at the Brokers' Board during the morning. rt
T aUcntro. S or sTOCKS As D RoDS. 01
Citlren, ' nBallk ,hsre .......................... 1 '53 15. -
Bank of America do ........................... l· l tI:M 39
Southarn Hank ,do ............... .... . .... 964t150
Caoai arld B --lsompany ds ................ t5 -c pe
Leeui.i lll State Balk .......................... 30(,.3t
anki of Louin. .. . .......... .......... .%11070 e
Uni . Uan k .. . . ........-.. ...... ......... vsts, - --- 0
.elnlcA nland Trderr' hSank............... ai
Crescent c ity ank ............................. 41 42 b
Firt National Bat k ........ .................... n il
City ation al Bauk .......... ................
Lo.liana Natioal Bank ..................... 1.. I Tg.,I0
New OrleanS (n g Light Conpany ............... 161o1' -
Commerciv Water Worka .................... l.5s al
Leve steam Cotton Pres. Company........... s -.7 T
Poutcrtrain Ranilrod ........................ 105( 11
Carrollto Railrosad ..............................
So., Jsackon ,td G N. Rnllroans C',mpaotj on.... la'
N. 0., Gopel.oUs. and G w. Rnttroad Compano..d'oial
. City Railroad Company ...................
C entCity Railrod Company.................
Boos ts .nt'o,,nr ............. . anm 1i
Unaipl Ileunrrnce Company ....................... X7 0
Oermanisa ineurseo oupny ....... ........... . 0. - st
Atlantic Insur7n3ce Company, Jt organited..... -4
Fact.or,.'ald Traders' In.. Co.n do ....... --r- a
Commereiai s.anrste o. do,. di. --c-- d
Nastionlin arine 1 t.d Fire I .s.ncn Company ... t srlig..
,osthel m Accident Inlrsnnc Compnn y.......... no sns.
City Cl-olidated Brands ..... .. .................. 9|1. 95
City i,, ndrl iadnrsed ly Railroad........... .. 851) `
OpeCaloua, Ilrt M fort go d loatruetion oBonds...Wt m-
J nal'kin R l, t ,s do ......... ano als' .
Llisinua Stato Bond. ........................... 77(s-,OTj
OI.s)ts OF BltOKs~nt'.--Tlie movement at tnie '
board to-day inicluded:
25 Sl res Citi .en ' BO nk'Stoek .................. 0...1541:
$,' U,) OIaity BOs,! t.a ROailroads ,ltLIS Novbe1r coupons. e
0t1 0M .r1 h:, rt' lntuoraen Scrip of l1 ............. 65
$ 1 l ,F. I G old . ... .......................... ........ . ...146 I S
$ 1. x (, l d .. .......................... .............. . 1 61'
$ ;.,r.) )l ,,ict ... ... ... .... ..... .. .... ........ ... n l ,
a1,1.)II Gldl l .................... ............. ... ...I fS
$51. ,.) Gold ....... . ..................................1 t7
$ 5 I -++) G old . .... .............................. .. ...... 11
$3 s:r Gold ..... ........ .............................. 4
.SICtaI, I)SPATCHEs.-- We are again under
olligations to, our linancial and conutercial friends
for private dispatches, which we publish as fol
Liverpool, Oct. 4.-Cotton quiet; sales to-day,
1,011,00 bales, at 13d. for middling Uplands. -
i.ondon, Oct. 4.-5-20's, 70.; consols, 09.4
N-ew York, Oct. 5.--Gold opened at 0149. 01 $
a. .,--Gold 149. Cotton dull and iominal at
[email protected] 2c. Sight sterling [email protected]; commercial
nomoinal; U. S, coupos 5-S20s, [email protected]; i
second and third series [email protected]; new
S issue [email protected] ; 10-40's, [email protected] ; coupons,
[email protected] 34n; 7-30s, 10601060. Later--Gold 1494.
12 n--Gold 149t . Cotton dull; more sellers
than ibuyers at [email protected] Sterling exchange de
clined, [email protected] 1 P. .--Gold 1493. Sterling
nominal, at 1074 for sixty day bills. Cotton nom- I
inal and declining, at 39042c.
O (on oerrie a jnateigenre. to
Cxxscar Ornne No. t C*faer ,5r.e , $3
SFrida Evenaing, October 5, 186.
CoTTOr.--The movement in the leading staple en
still continues partially suspended. The receipts
of the new crop show some increase, but they fall de
far short of anticipation, and of what they would p'
doubtless have been but for the impediments of ro
the internal revenue department. The demand in de
this market is still fair, but it is based upon much 05
lower prices than factors appear to be willing to at
accept. while the supply is ample to meet any 25
,eaeolable inlqiry. Transactions to-day footed in
up only 800 bales, and the market closed unsettled di
at the subjoined quotations, whith ecxhibit anirreg. h
ular decline silne Tuesday of about [email protected] 0 lb. ai
on all classifieations; the lower grades, however,
havin;; sullured to a greater extent than the,better of
de-cliltionls-vi: low ordiinary [email protected], ordl- w
nary .31: 32 c., good ordinary [email protected](15c.. low mid- I
dling :m17(,l., and itiddling dOe., (nominal.) r)
The nct receipts for the week have been 70(3 lb
hales, against 420c bales last weeKlaud 2542 bales 11
the week previous. The total sales for the week T
have been 1) 500 bales, against 12,601)0 bales last 5(
week and 10.7)10 bales the week previous. The p
aggregate exports for tile week have been 19,251 3
bale,. agaia.t 5303 bales last week and 3311 hales
the week previous. And the'stock on hand and tl
on shipboard not cleared this evening is 79,592 (
bales, against a 0,931 bales last week and 91,274 C
bales at the close of the previous week. The b
exports for the weepk comprised 9819 bales for
Liverpool, 4637 bales for New York, 3107 bales ii
for Boston, 948 bales for Havre, 273 bales for a
Vera Cruz and 167 bales for Philadelphia. I
COMPARATIVE RECEIPTS OF COTTON AT THIS PORTcn
FOR THE PAST TWO WEE S.
Sep: t. 2-bale 1........... 574 Sept 22-haslea...........144
e --bia es........... 8 Spt. 23--ble........... 27
Oct. 1--bates........... 1599 Set. 24--bales.. ........ 1482
Oct. '--hals........... 442 Sept. 25-bales.......... 9
Oct 3.-bale ...... l...1971 Sept. t.-bales.......... 889
Oct. 4.-ales......... . 367 Sept. -bae.......... 342
Oct. 5.-bales ..........2621 Sept. 2.-bates..........
Rectvea froCm obile,
Floriida and Tesa...... 78752 I
Total net receipts 7095 2o15
Increase this week .............................. .........2387
BTATEMENT OF COTTON.
stock on hnd e let. lt, 66 bale.t............ 102,13:
Rocss 1iee iseserday..................... 2,621
Icelvea psrerlis lr ............................. 16,Es - 19,66
Exportd .lncs yeterday ........... .... 2,967
Exported proevlouoly ............................ 39,70--11,553
Stock on hasnd on shlpboard not olesarM..... 79,59'
The exports this evening are for New York.
ScOiAn An MoLasEs--The receipts for the past
week comprise 17 bbls. sorghum and 19 bble. of
new syrup--the first of the season-received from
the plantation of A. J. Sharp, Assumption parish,
and consigned t3 P. H. Foley. No sugar. The
supply of both sugar and molasses is quite light,
but is still ample for the demand. The market
throughout has been quiet and the only sales re
ported are 57 and 25 hhds., 125 boxes Cuba qnd 10
hhds. yellow clarified on private terms. In a
retail way there has been only a moderate busi
ness doing at [email protected] for fair extra, 1473©15c.
for prime Porto Rico and [email protected] for yellow and
white clarified. In molasses there has been quite
a brisk trade doing, and prices show a decided im
provement on last week'squotations. The sales in
clude 3 cargoes of Cuba amounting to about 90,000
gallons and 200 bhls. do. on private terms. 200 bbls.
Cuba at 60c., 44 hhds. muscovadosat65c., 200bbIb.
choice extra at 67jc. and 19 bbls. of new syrup
at $15 gallon. The retail quotations are [email protected]
700. t gallon. The imports for the week comn
prise 293 hhds., 75 tierces and 57 bbls. of Sugar
-No molasses-and the exports 49 hhds. of
sugar and 4 bbls. of molasses. The market to
day has been very quiet and only a retail business I
has been doing at the above quotations.
Tosacco.-The market during the past coin- I
mercial week has been very quiet. The weather, I
however, has been very unfavorable for factors,
and, in many instances, they were not disposed to I
uncover their samples. What, with very encour
agingreports from the tdbacco raising districts, I
buyers, especially for foreign account, have 1
evinced very little disposition to operate. Sales
have, consequently, been confined to 3 hhds. of I
wrappers taken for the city trade at 1tc.; 1 do. for
baling at 18c.; 3 do. at 16c.; 4 do. for wrapping at )
13c.: 3 light lugs at 37c.; 16 hhds. light lugs taken
for export at 4c., and 30 do. at 4c. lb., cur
rency. Factors still hold quite firmly at 3593
6c. for low refused light and heavy, [email protected]
for common leaf, [email protected] for fair do., 10( t
12c. for good do., [email protected] for fine do., and a
14t(i16c. for ichoice selections. Lots for bal- t
ing are held at 205?25c. l- 1b. There have been 1
no sales to-day. The week's receipts comprise
125 hhds., and the exports 7755 hhds.
FLoon-The receipts during the week have
fallen off considerably,owing mostly to the light I
supply and enhanced price of Wheat in the West
ernmarkets. From these causes together with more
active inquiry both for shipping and the local
trade, especially for the grades of superfine and
low extra, prices have advanced on supers from
75c. to $1 00 4; bbl., and about 25c. 1 bkbl.
on the higher grades. The sales for the week, in
cluding to-day's, comprise 10,277 kbls. at $11 0055
012 00 for superfine, $11 [email protected]$12 25 for low
extras, and $12 5050$16 00 for choice brands.
The market to-day has been very firm but
quiet. and sales are confined to 900 bbls., of
which 50 and 100 treble extra at $15 00,50 and
100 do. at $14 50, 75 double extra at $13 50, 200
low extra at $12 50, 100 and 130 superfine at
$12 00, and 75 fine at $10 5. bbl. The week's
receipts comprise 13,281 bbls.:of which upwards
of 501) received for shipment. The exports are
Coos-The receipts of this article during the
past week have been meagre. The supply, how
ever, is ample for the demand, but is mostly in
store. The market throughout has been quiet,
but prices have remained steady and unchanged.
The sales embrace 16,572 sacks at 8Sc. for yellow
and yellow mixed, and 90c. 5 bushel for white.
The market to-day has been very quiet and sales
are confined to 972 sacks white at 90c. 41 bushel.
The week's receipts are very light, and only sum
up 240S sacks, and the exports 12,856 sacks.
Ous--The market during the week has been
very quiet, the receipts light, but with only a
limited demand, and prices have exhibited con
siderable irregularity. Sales comprise 6000 sacks
at 510, 52, 53 and 54c. 5 bushel. The market to
day has been quiet. In fact, there isnone now re
maining in first hands on the levee. The stock in
warehouse is, however, ample. Sales include 500
sacks at 52c.. and 206 at 53c..c bushel. The
week' s receipts comprise 3494 sacks, and the ex
ports 720 sacks.
Bass--The market opened quiet at last week's
closing rates, but later, owing to the addition to
supplies, prices gave away about 5c. °o bushel.
Since then, however, an improvement in the de
mand caused prices to regain w-hat they had pre
viously lost. Week's sales comprise 4650 sacks at
$1 1,-$1 20 >a 100 lbs., including 100 sacks sold
to-day at $1 20 [ 100 lbs. The week's receipts
comprise 5443 suacks, and the exports 150 sacks.
IIa--The demand for this article during the
week has been only moderate. Prices, however,
have continued* steady and unchanged. The
week's sales embrace 1060 bales at $205925 for
ordinary, and $27 50(32S for prime Western, in
cluding 100 bales prime St. Louis, sold to-day a
1 827 60 per ton. The week's receipts comprise 310
t bales, and the exports 50 bales.
1 PORK-The market opened very quiet and droop
ing, but since then there has been a decided im
e provement in the demand, and was confined en
tirely to our local trade, and prices have ruled
steadier and firmer. Buyers would have become
a willing purchasers at a slight reduction in asking
- rates, but holders refused to make those conces
sions, as abetter demand and higher prices were
anticipated. The week's sales comprised 100, 500
and 300 bbls., to arrive, on private terms, and 350
and 250 on the spot at $35 per bbl. Other round
lots were sold, but particulars were withheld. The
market closes quite firm at $35 foraround lots, and
$35 [email protected] 50 for retail lots. The week'sreceipts
embrace 1182 bbls. and the exports 102 bbls.
a BAcoN-There has beeh quite an active retail
I demand noticeable for this article throughout, but
d prices have undergone no material change. In a
round wayythere has been but a moderate business
n doing, and the sales reported are 10 casks sides
h on private terms, 25 do. shoulders at 18c., 10 do.
ao t 173c., 100 tierces sugar-cured hams at 264, and
y 25do. at 26f.c. 59 t. There has been nothing do
d ing to-day beyond a retail trade at 18c. for shoul
d ders, 21c. for clear sides and 26c. for sugar-cured
hams. The week's receipts etbrate 271 casks
and 530 tierees, and the exports 6 caskrs.
r LeD--Has been dull throughout. The supply
r of tierce Lard is much in rxcess of tile demand,
Swhich io a!together of a local character, and prices
-ave beenu weak and droopling. The only salt,
) reported previously is a lot of 150 tierces at 1,-. 7a
5 lb. Tihe retail business has aio beoe limnited at
cs 19 @20c. for tieroes and 211t522c. for kegs.
-b To day tiere were sales of 25 tierces at t9c., and
st 50 kegs at 213' thb. The week's receipts corn
ic prise 707 tierees and 840 kegs, and the exprotts
51 373 kegs.
es WriSKv-The market has been very quiet, and
Id tie only business doing is in a retail way at $1 75
92 @ i1t 80 for Louisiana, and $2 [email protected]$2 35 for West.
7 ern rectified. The week's receipts comprise 214
he bbls., and the exports 84 bbls.
or INDIA BAtoarI-Owing to tile very discourag
es ing reports from the country the demand for this
or article has been only moderate. Several round
lots, we understand, have changed hands, but all
T particulars have been withheld. We, however,
quote at 35cj. 13 yard. Dealers are supplying the
sre demand for the country at 36c. for rolls, and 38c.
s 8 yard for bales.
SBALE aROPER-IS in good supply, but with only
342 a moderate demand, at [email protected] for round lots
6 and [email protected] for jobbing lots.
9s IRnN TiEs-The supply of this article is very
752 light, with an active inquiry, and prices firm at 10
r @12}c. apiece.
ncr GuNNY Beos-Are in good supply but dull.
i We however quote at 30c. a piece.
CoUlL OIL--Is in good supply but lull at [email protected]
821c. '? gallon.
LAno O.--tIs in large supply, but prices are I
drooping at $1 [email protected]$l 65 1'-gallon.
HoPr-There is a fair inquiry noticeable for
new, but there are none in the market. Belgian a
are held at [email protected], and American at 75c.
MALT-Is in light supply and dull at $2 20
for Canada, and [email protected] for Western.
SUNDRIES-Potatoes are selling at $3 [email protected] 00
per bbl. Onions at $1 [email protected] 50. Apples at
$2 [email protected] 00. Eggs at $36 per bbl. Chickens at
$4 50 for small, $9 for large. Turkeys at [email protected]
WooL--Is in fair supply but quiet at [email protected]
for natural, [email protected] for Texas, [email protected] for Merino,
[email protected] for Texas, [email protected] for Merino, [email protected] for
washed, and [email protected] 7 lb. for berry.
HIDEs-Are in limited supply, with a fair -
demand at [email protected] for green, and [email protected] for
STaR CANDLES-Have been in good demand and
prices firm. Sales for the week include 1000
boxes at 20e. for 12 oz.; 210. for 13 oz.; 22c.
for 14 oz., and 25c. for full weight, of which
250 boxes 12 oz. sold to-day at 20c.
SALT--I in fair demand, and prices show a
further improvement. We now quote Liverpool
fine from store at $2 [email protected], and coarse $2 [email protected]
@2 40 ! bushel; $2 15 for fine by the cargo, and
$2 10 for coarse.
BUTTER AND CnousS-Western and Northern
butter is in good supply but quiet at [email protected] for
common Western ; [email protected] for fair do.; [email protected]
for prime do., and [email protected] for choice ; [email protected]
for goshen, and [email protected] for strictly choice do.
There'were sales yesterday of 20 firkins choice
goshen at46c. per pound. Cheese is in good sup- .
ply but dull at 15c. for skimmed; [email protected] for -
factory ; 24c. for English dairy ; [email protected] for Stil
ton, and [email protected] for pineapple.
NAVAL SToREs-Rosin is in light supply, with a
fair demand, at [email protected] 25 for No. 1, $4 [email protected]$5 for
No. 2, and $2 [email protected]$3 for common. Pitch at $5 50
@$6. Tar scarce at $4 [email protected]$8 0 bbl., and Spirits In
of Turpentine at [email protected] 7. gallon. There were
sales to-day of 200 bbls. No. 1 Rosin at $7 25
CoFFEE-Has been inactive demand throughout
the week. The supply on hand is light, and
amounts to about 5000 bags. It is altogether in
the hands of dealers. The week's sales include
700 bags, at 19tc. for prime, gold duty paid, and
27}@29c. V lb. for ordinary to prime Rio in cur
rency. There were sales to-day, included in the
above, of 280 s.cks prime at 19jc. I lt., gold duty
FenriTs--There is considerable Cotton and
Produce offering to go forward coastwise, and
rates are firm, with an upward tendency. There
is very little disengaged tonnage for New York
and Boston, and rates by sail are as follows:
;c. til lb. for Cotton, and R5c. T Ih for Flour; by
steam to the former, Ic. L lb. for .Cotton, $10 - _
hhd. for Tobacco, and 0Oc. V bbl. for Flour.
Foreign freights are dull, and rates are: by i
sail to Liverpool, [email protected] 8 lb for Cotton, and
47s. 74 hhd. for Tobacco; to Havre tSc. 7 lb. for
LIVERPOOL MARKET.--The subjoined extract is
from Messrs. Boult, English & Brandon's Liver IJ
pool circular, of the 14th ult.:
Cotton has been in good demand. but the mar
et being liberally supplied, prices have a down- is
ward tendency. The sales for the week amount
to 70,000 bales, of which the trade take 51,530
bales, exporters 15,780 and speculators 2690 bales.
The stock is decreased this week by 22,480 bales,
being estimated at 827,570 ales, (285,630 Ameri
can) against 427,590 bales (28,410 American) same
time last year. The authorized quotations are: -
for middling Orleans 13td.; middling Bowdeds 13d.;
and fair Dhollerah 9d. 1 lt. To-day the sales are t
10,000 bales at unchanged prices. Manchester
There is a better feeling and more inquiry.
-V6jarr74s a ansonioioe, a, 1oss.
Arrived during the past .week-1476 Texas
Beeves, 1064 Calves and Yearlings, 220 Hogs, 2008
Sheep, and 86 Milch Cows. Sold-1874 Texas
Beeves. 1152 Calves and Yearlings, 294 Hogs. 1077
Sheep and 35 Milch Cows. Stock on Sale--520
Texas Beeves, 770 Calves and Yearlings, 80 Hogs,
2516 Sheep, and 84 Milch Cows. We quote :
Weterin s osse, choiet, 1 . at ................ -- - -
TmternBeeves, 2d qnality, . . net .............. (s - -
TexasBeeves, ehoice, head ....................50 0 00
rsxas Cattle, 2doaltty,S head .................. 210 3 8 00
rexxs Cattle,3dqualit i head ..................12 t 1 2OO
lro sit ysroes ................................. - 1
Stock oegs.tOoc.ss ............................- - - -
ihee, ln lotm , head............................ 32 4 2
..oole Rb.. . b d ........................... ..- -
Te as Sheeep, ,.head ............................. 3 2.55 5 25
Choice Western Sheep, ` head .................. --e 9 I
Milch Cows,. choice, hed .... ..................9 to.r 0 0u
.ti]:h Coos.. hexd .................. ............ O0mm 8o0 m
Texaa Cows with Calves .......................... 12 000 25
Teuri oine, , head ................................ 7 mm1 14 nim
OlI O 9a hr id ................. .............. 8 a 15 0
S.............................. .... ou s =o uu
CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
J A. FEIRNADIEZ,
-IMPO RTER Or
No. 65 Common street and No. 6 CanL Street,
THO. Cc.WALtR & Co., t
THOOS. C. WALSH, late of Lynchburg, Vs.; ARTHUE
CONNELL, late of Montgomry, Aia.l
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS J
Coerar or GCvlR AND NEW Lot. STBsETs.
New Orleaus, La.
GenSeral Harry T. Hays, New Orleans, La.
Messrs McDanieil Irby, Lychburig, Vs f
Messrs. Chas. Luling & Co., New York.
C. B. BLOCK m CO.
75 GRAVIER STREET,
WholeSs.-Dealers In and Importsrs of
H...vana. C P... Vlhaln and Westrn Tt
Keep ontantly on hnd the best brands of the
I AVANA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODUCE,
m Common street,
Between MaBaline and Tehoupitoul,
It MON .1. FLATOW.
MU7ArAS RX or ISL KInDSI o
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO,
91 MEagaalne street, New Orleans.
PRESSES AND COTTON GINS.
STAR COTTON PIRESS--(FIRE PROOF)
U tt equaro bhounded by- New Leeo, Tcboup toul o, Rae
and Ornge streets, h.,ving
OoImp roed Tyler Press,
Will1rcrei 1 Cott,,on n SCIr, ,lo foi Cmon pre.nn. . Ship.
LEVE proptly to. ENNIE. . d IERIVER,
PI 14 C~nl. elet troet New Orleans.
Order h.xes at Great stottllP n SIS I uVto iN Insurace Co.,
corner Gerund", et aid C)m nvU strTees. \ICClnskey Mason d
g C.'s, lI6 Gravier Strceo; \,. 1I . Ca RHoelet street. 1
'ENN'B COTTON PIU. CTON,
II G HE,
(FORMERLY UNION COTTON PURE1,;
On 'Terxc elehore etreet,
Betwn TcPoupi tnadand etmtars atroy,
OFF1CE 46 CARONDELET STREET, NEW O.lTORB
Ls now, prepared to receive Cotw., on storage, and for ce
,ientrg. PENN k SIMMONS, Pr-ur;at
d V ICBBCR. COTTON PsE6ss,
SEVEE, CALLIOPE A OENIE OUNd theRY ADRIVERTIING
Hlllmon & Boneono.
Proprietors. New Orleans,
.4Orders ,eft at the Price Current Ofiee, NO. 151 Grsr er
street or at H. Bonsano's office No. I Cinton itreet, will hae
Ietaliate atention. "
O C4TTON 46IN .............. COTTON RINN
,EAGLE, 8OUTL ERN,
r, EMORY & CRAVEN, McOIHITY
Exoeetlor Cotton Gnas,
With Engie" H.rse Powers and everything cemplets for
unnfng, and ready for tmmgilate shipment,
y wet rate., y
S JoHN R. PULLER.
. 8 DPRYTREET. NRWYOR.
" BATON OrGE. ADVOCTATE,
LO THE BEST MEDIUM FOR COUNTRY ADVERTISING
in the State, outside of New Orleans.
Mercantit? Cards inserted at LOW PRICES.
u, Subserrltone and advartieemsnts received direct at the ocfic
or by mAi aompanied b the CASH.
J. B. TYLOR Prropr'Ator
AT'rTO)'NVVs AT LAW.
KELLY & lOWE-
(HENRY B. KELLY; WY. W. IIOWE,)
Attorneys at Law,
STORY BUILDING-Corner Camp and Common Strets,
Newa OatLAs, LA.
0 Refer by Prmalssion to:
The National Marin and Fire Ins.ranee Co., New Orleana
MHesr. Lee Crandall a Co., Ne Orleans.
0 MeO. Eaton aretp New Orleans
Josiah CAl. Eeq. Presldent C. R R. Coa.
Ht on. Charles E. Iltoker, Attorney General of i.,isppL
t . N. G bnacheu. E, .New Orle0an.
AE. Trey, Esq., Mobile.
B. $. FOgUMA..___
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 46 Carondelet street, New Orleans
r Kentua ky 4omls..loaer.
r JAMES B. CUIRELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M ... .................M ya) Street ..................
H. C. lYEH.,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
OFFICl AT THE OLD COCUTIOYM.,
Particular aMtatlon paid to the Collection of C) sa. Prat
tice in the Couras of Rapides,, WRnn, Sable, Caddo and DI
Sato. Rsefer to L. Dupeu,, editor of Natchitochea Time.
BowneB, GooDE DSLLNe.x A*,
EL. BONNER, E. J. 000D. J. P. DILLIGRAM.
Attoeys at Law.
(OVER OANAL BANr.)
03SM3 Or 05Y! Al Gaasam TSTT, 1111 O5r333a,
WII pract.pein the Court of New Or eans ad. gadgt .t t
tention to sny" business entrusted to themn- n eoo with
a reliable Attorney at Whblngton, thy" wll prep., sdploau
Dute eleam wislnst the Govsrnmeat
MOBEHEAD b TRIIG.,
...(CHAS. S. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM R. TRIGGJ
Attorneys at Law,
UHave aeoeaatad themselves to practice their proafessiaon In
the countisR C Washington, Tanica., Coahoma. Bolvr,
SIaquena and Warren.
E. m. HUDON
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
t Ome S8 Camp Street.
Business for him, durtng aay temprarF absence, lea with
1 Maer,. Clarke & Bayne. will reaeiveuornner attetlni.
CULLOH d THORPE
E. NORTH CULLOM, S. R THORPE)
Attoateys at Law.
PrOtOce In the Oourt, of Avoyelli, Pointa Compes ai
liter the Pronrieor of th Creant
SIBBON Q AraTIN,
(i L. GIBSON, J. E. AUSTIN.)
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
100 Common street, oppoilte Olty Hotel,
S New Orleans.
HAY., ADAMS .5 MOISE.
(HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, R. WARREN MOISE,
Attormays and Counaeloar at Law.
r Ofice, 1 S Charlea street-- ond floor.
SS'H"' a nHALSEA -
(JAMES B. SMITH, Clinton; J. H. HALSEY, Point Cotupe
Have ftrmed parnership, and wl practice thelrprofeadou
in the acours of the Seventh Judicial Distrct.(
SSHEImW b PARDEE.
(L. A SHELD)ON, DON A. PARDER)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
e18 It. Charles S.tret. New) Orleans
'.,£.DOLPH, SINGLETON bH.HALDIIL
e.(ILLA BMR DNOLPH, CABRLES B. SHIGLTON,
JOHN W. HARDIE)
Attoanewa and Caonselors at Law.
Comrer Camp and Natche, trea,e,
Over Home Mutal Insranc Compa.. 78 amp tret,
MARE b F4EITE
(S H. SAR, s. A. FOUTE, G. W. E. MAKd,)
Attorneys at Law,
Cl GRma Sum .
M. A. FOUTE. OomrlMe.onr of Ms...ippl.
COUNSEL0R AND ATTOE ~EY AT WLW,
OmeS, No.11 Caroudelet street, New Orleans, LooIelan.s
Will practice Law in the Oonrte of New Orleans, and wil
attend to the preparation of Clthmsto be decided atWap. p
p. . FOX.
Me. 18 Gravler Street,
JOHR E. HOLLAND.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
No. S Royal street,
., (orpostx CUrMMIs' MANX),
Residence. No. 7I Hosnite street.
(i. O. HARRISON, THOMAS HUNTON,)
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all the Csurie of New Orleans, and give
strict atent11on to anyus lneRs entrusted tothes. In on.
aunction with a relable Attorney at Washisngton, they wll
prepare and prosecute claims agalinst the Governmen.
OBee--lS4 rvier street
DIUN M N. HENNEN,
No. ............arondelet Stree ............ S
Has resumed the Practice ofthe Lew.
Havln, made professiaonal tonneottn. In thbeoeral Par.
shssb, wll attend o Collertions and Clalms in all the Padlher
of the BState ; also, to Olaime against the Govenmeentat Wa. t.
GROCERIES. WINES. ETC.
T. F. WALKER & FLOYD.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
68 and 68 Oravler Street,
C. . MILLER A 00.
Manufcturer ef STEAM REFINED CANDIES, Importer
of WINES, BRANDY. PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS
and aSll dscrtptins of FIREWORKS,
Agent for the Loe AnTeles, Cal., Wines,
0 and 52 New Levee shtreet. corner of Natches.
NO. REAVIER . EET
We hsve constantly on hand a flne assortment o
And Faney -Grocerles,
Which we offer for sale at lowest market rates,
FIITE A MURDOCK
e TY . MACSITURDO,
Wholesale and B ettaU
Fine Wines, I.Rq s, Ete..
No. ,t UNION STREET.
LEISI* as DAMRMROS,
(0. LEDIG, H. DAMMRON.)
Wholesale Grocers and Deaslers in GSenepra
ProvlToeiS, COlars, Tobacei,
WINES. LIQUORS, PCo.,
No. UT FOYDRAS STREET, NEAR NEW LEVEE,
-D D WARD GONEERL.
Commlssiln and Forwardln Rerehant,
WESTERN PRODUCE, FOREIGN end DOMESTIC WINEF,
vxLIQUORS. ETC., ETC.
ve CoNluur(orlaND PRo" s5m52,5. Ntw OUtm.t.., LtA
- FORCHEIRIR BEOTE RSR
N DealrH · in Foreign and Domestle LIquors
(A gent for Pine Apple Whisky)
34 TCHOUPITOULAS 8TREET. NEW ORLEANd
J. A. BLAFFER Q CO ,
or (SUCCESSORS TO WM. MASSBBEY,)
Apents for Masey Collls & Co.',
PHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTFR.
Ale, Porter sad iOlder,
By lt(Cak. Barrel or Bottl
'G BOTTLING HOUSE 2 AND 2. BIENVILL" STREET,
Wholesale DePot, 53 New Levee sireest
e 'ee Orletu. La
SShi pping or is prompUty attended i,
ALLEN, WAYNE & co.
(J. F. ALLEN--(C., G. WAYNE,
FPorwardlng and Commission Merehants,
GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
New OG;ren and MobllML ne Steames from New Basn.
New Orlean and Memph Stemes.
New Orle0.. and 8. Lois Ss..e-e.
New Orleans and Cinclos i Stemero.
Memphis sad Arkuns Ll.o of Steamer,
ORmc.-.5 NATCHEZ STREET. New Orlean.
No. 110 Poyd.s. steetr,
NNw on~ar .
LIBERAL CASh ADVACES made on Consigmaets of
Cotton and lother Produce to my friesnd.,
SPFFORD -TILESTON & CO., New York;
C. ORIMBSHAW L Co.. Liverpool.
PURCHASING BROKER FOR
Mugar sad Iolasses, on E.eee, Plants tlon
r and In Store.
(WM. M. PERKINS, NoOrlO.a,S. M.-SWENSON, N. Y.,
olat Atoll, Te-, D. I. KERNION. New OrleLs,).
o eneral Coamlmison oerhants.
No. 48 Carondelet street, corner of Ul.on street,
INDEPE DENT TUHOUSH LINAl
MITCHELL, RUTLAND Z CO. (Lte JAQGESS, MIT
CHELL A CO.,) BENJ. E MITCHELL, of New
Orleans, JOB. P. RUTLAND, Mobile,
Forwarding and Commsmulon Merchants,
SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT
,No.84 CBommeree street and 8 PFroant stree.
E. W. ADAMS,
d Alelt. d'Orleane., BoAeax, France.
EnSSOaC--Hon. C. I, . C1rad,, Psym. Huntington &
Co., W. H. Ay O D.. Aam, ndsHon 0G.aine,
J. *. B .br.ldg.. honIgy Es lapon. J... W. ZshuR anod J.
MABTnITEZ & PALACIO-.
(POO, PIZARO MARTINEZ-ANTONIO PALACIO.)
198 OAVIEST STREET,
DILLINGHBM d IEBLOE-
(o. DILLINGHAM--JOHN DEBLOI.
Suceesso to Weed, Witter.a Co.,
CommtlSIon Merchnts Mand Wholeanle.roeer
Noe. 7, 9,11 and IS Tbonpitosl. Stree,
(.. I MOUNS, BEN. B. .KOU1
.maeral Commisndon Merehanlt,
-Ann DeML,.. Ir
FANCY GROCERIES, BOAT AND BAN 5OYZ
No. B Common m.s ttw N tlema
CrOolee lSCh aodiso.te mS t asnd Ornlmen. t Proase
O~L Y aQmi. 5 to Reesivng sad Potrn. It
Idbe.,I Cash Adsnoes m.deme. COnsignments.
Libenl SCuh Adanoe made on onsinmeanta
(I. . WRrITEMAN, H. 0. WHITEMAN, B W. WHrIE
onmmlsano oreetvlag and Lorwardo I
Wh-olIaesndBetal Deanea In
GROCERIBB, WESTERN PRODUCE, LIKE, CEENT C
BOAT TOBES aoD ON Pl a.
Si Rana.egsuameb..nm at their old stand, upentfejp
No.t a ne (or ne Iw f pnan ag.
A. T RWAmT Co Ha.
(ANDREW STEWART. J. A. AVERA,)
Cr.mm.lsrin end Forwarding Mnrchants
BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
No. 4 Petes (or New Levcee) , coma of Cno Issrw,
(OCroa. Tax Cu srox Htc..)
Stiot ttention paId to the Sale and Stonge ol. al Sinds of
Prod,-. Libeal Cash Advaes. made on Consignmes end
prompt returns. Also. Agents for the Rod Rlver Exprea.
SMITH . CARM,
(J. PINCKNEY SMITH, Carroll pealbsh; JOHN M. CARR,
Comamission aerchants and Perchasing
9O Carl edrsetr Neew e oL ra
WOCaeh Advane, made on eeonlgPments..
JOOEPWH H. O -LEMBY.
(LATE OGLESBY A MACAULAY,)
NORB. m AND 72 TCHOUPITOUOLAS STeER,
New. ORnL. N o
MC 'ILVAINE BROTHERM,
Nae. S Brand Street, New Wark.
Cash advanes made on ehipments a t the aore hoo. by
JOSEPH H. OGLESBY,
6, 0 nand 72 Tohoupltouas street.
JAMES W IGH]tT.
MA 1-S Carondelet street.,
Forleign and Domesticl EXCHANGE bought and sold.
ADVANCES medeon eonslgnmentsto A. RB.Mageiste A
Bro., Liverpool; Caldwell Aehworth, 8 Wall street, NewYork.
NO. 1E elnioa treet, New Orlana.
Cattloe, Hoga, heep, Mules ned Hensa.
rSTOCK LANDING,-NEW ORLUEA.I
CHDNOWETH. CASEY A CO..
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 535 eravler Street,
New OGnee. . LA.
W H. a NICHOLS . CO.
SUNcEsSOSe TO R. s. elCSoLa A oso,
_ . .naveeton, Texs..
BARnEY & WICLURE
WHOLESAL_ AND RETAIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Leine Street, Bhreveport. La.,
Solicl Conslgnments of Cotton nod Merehnedlse
W IITTY A CO.-.
HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION,
Ifcelvlng and 'aorwarding Merehants,
And Trade Sole Auctloneer,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
NoI 2 Levee Street, ,hrvenrt. La.
A. "· U" AN- ____-.
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LUMBER MERCHANT,
Omee, No. 375 Jslta st., New Basin.
Speelal attention give~s Bouilders' and Shlppers' Orders for
Loumber. Shingles,. eto. deliered at mill, or citpy.
(JAMES MCQUOID, CHRIS. MEHLE, H. INBAC
3. T. AYCOCK, JOE GITZINIOEa)
(Successors to C. WiLHk A Co..)
Ce COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Cattle, H es and Sheep,
City of Jeffereon, Le
V MASSNan as F. LABOIiSD,.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS
French Wines, Brandles, Sardines, etc.,
NO. 42 OLD LEVEE STREET.
lLOVELL A BAILE".
I SHIP BROKERS AND COMMISSION MEEIMANUS,
S Cahrondelet Street.
J. . LOVELO, fonormly Banter, LveI a So.,eNswOian
W. S, BAILEY, formerly Auguslt Aadeh A Co., Antwep
VOTTON FACTORS, ETC.
JOHN Y. MAN1ICO Co
COTTON FACTOrS. COMMISSION AND FORWA. DING
No. 6 Oarondelet tIseet ap.t rs,
NO, OARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS, A
S*ttee and Tob.ee. Pasters,
GENERAL CONIMISION MEREHANT.S
And lemm..r.da ,iLet..
HArLoW J. PHnb- d0,
eotten o. etors
GErNEAL COMMISSIOWN MRRCHANS
BUTT. FLAE, "a LYON
(OARY W. BUTT-WM. FLASH--THOB T.A. LYO.
O.lon Fator., eneral IetUha.
Comne Care dooo nd Unio. n stre New Odesou.
Orgrn tor loodspomptll stoeod to.
LOWt d S0BIOr-
(. . LOW SL. 0in, O` A ..-. L dIGaNON,. 4
W L. m . G E.TE 4 a o,-
(W. . GREENE A CO., E Lai-W . GREENWE A
Le aw Og iby odd dd frllod find he.I -un's boobs
JOHN N. L. a * o.,
UOHN I LSE T. JOINE STEWART.)
37 Panrtno SnU,'
ew O .
ALEUS, ECHELOK & AUTEY
(ISwzs Asoa, Isno 80msoc., S. D. Amr r)
COTTON FACTOS AND dOMMISHON RNECHATaS
Mtl. T (Iarondelest sreoS,
New 0.le.., I.
HOGAN * PAVO.R,
W. H. HOGAN, late Tesuoo Coai, M.
JOHN PATTON, N.ew O.lem Id,.
No. I8 l..eI1.e.. New Osan
WAM * OIbW.IO OBD
T. J. WARREN, T. W. OAWPOiD
nlomm. to Woen, Gamore so.
COTTON FACTOBS AND COMMISSION MENORANT'
4. P3MsOIw CO.,
HIo I C a. GId.
STUVUNSON * MAY. Iom
(OHN A. E.YrSON, A. H. EAY,)
GENERAL CONMISSION MEECHANTS,
No. IIPedido heLel
'WYEM a BICHAUDsON-
(. E. WYCHE, J. . RIOHA.SON. S or So ob . 1
SCotton Pacetor. and Comml.eioa Merehant.
SUNWION STREET. NEW OBLEANE
(SEn . I. Pdns. A Jose,!
G.enerl . monmalaton Mrehat.
NO. CARONDELET STREET. NEW. OBLEANp.
W. T. T TLL ,
SUCCOESOR OF TA.LETON WHITING & TULLIN
No. 58 PERDIDO STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
A. F. JONES,
19 COMMON STREET.
WS. WHITED CO.
(S.WITED,F. S. GIBBS,W.L. DRAPER,LCE RANDAIL)
General Commluton Merchants,
o7 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
BO 'LIGNY ESOLAPONR
(D. BOULIONY, I. E80LATON.)
Cotton and SoBu r Factorl
Coasn CorMoe 50AND0,no15 I55553,
HOWAD., PRESTONIS A BARRETT
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
18N Coommon street.
SNrw Oooos, L.
DXA ADAMS & GAFF,
(T. DEAN, fDa o MeGinnls & Wllo. New York JNO. D.
ADAMS, 'of Little Rck Ark.; T. GAFF, of T. J. W.
Ge,, Arors, Ind.
Cotton Factors and aommisalon Merchanb_
NO. 4(0 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS
EDUE * PIINCMRAD
(P. . EDEY, WE. M. PIN.0ARD, JJ)
Cotton Factors and General Commission Mer.
No. 8 COMMON STREET. NEW ORLEAN8.
IA. 8. HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.)
Cotton Factor, and General . Commsiton4
No. H9 NATCHEZ STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
osh adranos mode on oonsignments to our .ddress aod to
our friends in New York and LiverpooL
T L. MAaXWEa.L Co..
Cotton Factor.•Genenol Rcrehandle
BROKERS AND COM IS. ION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Natches treet, Noew Orles, La
(ONj ER, PROTHRO d CO.,
(JOHN ROSIER, B osclosko MI.s., N. B. PROTHRO, New
'jrln.,, La., JAMES B. ROSSER, New Orleant, L.,;
GENERAL UOMMISSION MERCHANTS,
to S Ino .trust. NA. OrIo,,.
J It. POWELL.
Cotton Factor and Commission Serehant,
17 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS
ft. R. OTUIRT, (late Stuar & James,.)
CHAI.MERISe & 0oloN
LA. B. CHALMERS, 1. S. BOON.)
LAnd General CommOislon Merhan
NO. O48 GRAVIER STREES.
S New Orlsan
HORREIL. GAYLE b CO.
(B. M. HORRELL, J W. GAYLE, J. E. ISENHOUi,)
COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COOMMISHO)
E lb. 1o0 Pept, s .reet. ..
EDGWAD NALLJ. b CO
SCOTTEON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MOERCHANT
No. 1so common Utre.
GIEOR E. P. C.RLDBRE*I.•
OUOS F"OCTO AMD COMMISSION MErCHANT
o. T17 Grarler street
COTTON FAC[T8C48s. 0 .T( .
pACE, LAVEMNDER , HARPER,
'JAB. T. PAE, . Vglr,---W. D. LAVENDER, ofltnm.
.s--W. B. HAPER, of A.sJam&.)
CCottm a. TPobaeo Fae.l,.
Mo ........... ........aton Msteet...................
Nxw ,rr a, Lx.
(J. I. IGARARD, VicLibrg; A.. N OBAG, NOew OMsr.
EALND COMMIION MERCHANT
S o Ca40deion str, N ORLEANSL
T o COT. O AC o.S,
cr d *eo.ew. CT o lbmmforne P M. . : J T. S.
OIaVeR tP. JaCes.E
COGEON ACTOR . OM ION MERECHANT
61 CarOR delet Sts. dk
LEE 9 C MANPETIL CO.
,&d General Clmg s.aa MCerea.ht.
No. 138 GAVIER .Tot EE.
COTTON FACTOR AND COIISSION MERICHANT
NO. .T . Iee street,
A COTTON A MTOR
Con ola .lrea at,
goe.man o ab
S No. IL Graoisr ,tret, NwOrledaO
lAIrILTO" a BMAIIS,
(JAMES HAMILTON, LAMES 0. NONKS, Lat of Col1.
t e. t Ton i r 9ase C.
- UniCo,, d, aftt ofOetober,114 Codelt
BANKS. HA8ILTON a CO.T
P(. B. HAWOOD, St. Lo &ui H. RICnHADSO
neommulCEoa m. m .mhba ,
Corner Vine and Commero.l oo it ,
ST. LOUIS, NO.
' ETLRu . MSIrE o a Co.,
(FRANK WILLIAMS. JOHN NIXON, JL, Wn.I I a
SNO. 48 OUNION STREET,
SSRY No.M . XAX O Un H a CO.,
a SEYMOUR, Nw 0Lrlen ; J.J. YlARROUG, Ms
field L,; JOHN WHITWORTH, D Booe parish, L,
J OTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
CoGneral Commte.t.o Xerehaats.
No. 67 Crodelet street, New Orleans,
"1 E. LEVEBICR-
COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 16 WTle 9R. 0 FI
Nw Orleans, Lrs
Mr. W,. E. LEVERICH ishit droy apthorlso AgtL
MO0NOME a EIIDDIEOTOX,
(JOHN T. MONROE, THOR. REDDIN.TON,)
Cotton PFetors sd Generr ..RC.hs4a0
No. 63 Caroood.It .054, corner of TP961 tt.
Agents for Winter N Co's clIbrated 9.. UHols sad' a
aear ron .Wors, Rlohmond, Va Th Mtr
OHr, MoAnorney A Co., ew york.
1, STEWAST. OALNREATU a PRRPM.
(ANHDREW S.AET NHew Orls.--WIL STEWART-,
i. S. OALSHMAX5H-JOHN C. FIRER. 300$!.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHAJnT.
No. 46 Union otrmat, N. COlom •
.La H T STEWART .. CO..
(W. B. GALBHEATH-WM. STEWART--JIO. C. FIRE
Memphis; ANDREW STEWART, N. 0.),
Wholesale G.oe. and Cottin Fa eto.
No. 324 Front stret, Memphis, Tess.
No. 324 Front treet, Maoephi ,T..T.
ARbHM a BLUNT-
(JNO. G. PFARHA of Nd e Orlaoas; BBVERLY eLUI.B ,
of Hindo oonty, Mis. ssippi.)
COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDING AND CO. ISAION
MERCHANTS, AnD PURCHASING AGRNO,
No. 7. Corondelet stret.e
New Oleans, L.
yTOODS, IrATTI[EWs a b O.,
General Commbaten Herchant.,
105 FOYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA.
.VO x N HU, JEL., a CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
109 Poydrs Street, New Orleans, La.
Liberlnash advances madeon Shipments to on hoosein
St. Loouis, Ho., H. Von PhEn, Sons ACo.
BROOHB, MIACDONALD a co.
(JAS. M. BROOKS-HUGH MACDONALD-L. H. L.GAY.
19 Condelet street, New 0rlean.
Cash advancements mode on cooollgmesn.
JAN. CONNOLT a CO.-NO. 5 POYDBA
street. Now Orlkon, L. LIVINGSTON, FOX A 00
No. 88 Liberty street. New York,
Cotton PAFtors and OGaeral CommsA
Liboerni Cubsh Advanc made on Cotton and other Prod.
eonilged to s or to our friod at.4 Liverpool Jimo Co.
noly, John FoR, H. T. Lokvingson, E. H. Holns.
SAM DE BOW a1 CO.
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCOHAN.
10o Common street, Cr. of CaSrondelet.
nOxAs ·T*. BOLLINO;
PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BROKEB,
No. 7T Carondelet street, New Orleas
JACOn OTT, C.AIRPETE
Special attention given to REPAIING of STORES,
CISTERNS MAI.K AND REPAIRED:
lOrders left t 26 Tivoli Clicle, or at u DB ND.
nor Tolouse and Chrttres streets, promptly attended to
BOAT AND OA1L DLPOT.
F. A. THAYER A CO.,
Boats and Oars of all Hnd,
251 Frot street, (Now r.ove.
STALLS NOS. 4 AND 3 ST. MARY'S M.AKEt
Shlps, Steamships and Stdamboata SNpplHe
and i now preopred to f(anleh h oldefrlei.andocuom
with voeritln, o In the mlIt line at his old okols o bitneeD
SOUTHERN DRY DOCK COMPANY,
No. 25 Caanadelet Streek
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