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MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBEtR 9, 1866. 4tu Orlea.ns F lonlg larlet. Car.'cT OTr0clm, No. it CATr STrF.T, Satudnly Evnnlllg. a, tl ler G, l40. The mot noticeable feature in the movement in financial circles to-day, has been a decline in the rates of gold and foreign exchange. The gold market opened feeble at yesterday's closing figures, but with a moderate demand during the morning a light business transpired without any quotable variation in rates. Later in the day, however, private telegrams were reported at hand, quoting a decline of 1 1, ct. in rates at New York, and despite the fact that subsequent dis patches wholly failed to confirm such reports rates rapidly declined, and the closing figures, as will be seen below, indicated a very marked re duction. The sales for the day comprised $5000, and $10,000 at 147} in the morning; -$2500, $8000 $10,t00 and $10,000 subsequently, at 147t ; $5000, $10,000 and $11,000 at 147 ; $10,000 at 147; $20, 000 at 1464; $1000 at 146d, and $4700 at 1441. It may be interesting to some of our readers to state that one party sold $10,000 and $40,000 on the street, after 0 o'clock last evening, deliverable to-day, at 147}. There have been no sales of any magnitude reported in silver to-day, and we now quote gold at 146c146li. American silver coin at 136@137, and Mexican dollars at 146ti147. FonIgon ExcHavNo.-The decline in rates of sterling and francs, but especially the former, at New York tends to impart increased depressionto prices here. and the market to-day has ruled throughout in favor of buyers. The offerings, however, have been exceedingly light, and the demand could not have been considered better than nominal at any time, from the opening to the close of business. We annex the few sales that have been reported to us by reliable parties, viz: £500 and £575 sterling clear bills at 157, £1500 do. at 1574.t, and £1000 and £1210 do.at 157.. Sales of Fraies have been limited to 12,000, 14,000 andt 2L!,000 bank at 3.52k, and 45,0010, 60,000 and 75,001 private at :l.s00. Quotations this evening rule at 15t: 5Ula;,, nominal, for ba:nk sterlisng, 1.5751,; for clear bill-, L.3:@i l 5l for hill of lading lills. ;.556r 3.i52 for bank France, and 3.60I1i03.55 for out door DO.l.TIC EXCHANOE-oC .N'o mtera alteraiorl of I o iry hlid has transpired ill tle tmovenr er t of Do- lts mertic EIxchaoge to-day. The market has been sac but poorly opupplhed at best, and the deomal: for I r elnittance purposes has been solalIr thsl us:ial St. for Saturday. The purchase; by banhk and rhnk- S era inchlded t10.000 New York bank sight in the I nlorning at !4 tr ernt.diseount$,25,0t1S0 New Yrke and I' 59),000 do. private sight, and $65i),0t New York ,i and Boston do. mixed at 7-6l i, cent. di=roount, Iha .?2,00, - 10,000, $45,100 and ,0,0 e0r ton nerr-al t do. at ; - cent. discount, $.12,000 ani ir'.,e 10 . to. i o! ot,) rut. discount, and $22,000 fB-ton do. at t sha )-r cent. di-rcont. Also, $v,Ot)l thirty lay15 Now anr York right at I1.j eenrt. diresnot. UNClIeaLuENT NOTES AND S ttECUrIttIcE-Qperatins tirn it tire Irnmer to-day complrire ,;000r city oi New rit Orielus notes at 99c., $t000 do. r.t tO 1-10, cf 00 cu at 0t! , and $3000i at 99ic. In State of Loui,iana fo: notes the sales have been $000 at rc., while foi transactions in stocks included bc shares Bank of New Orleans at 41e., 100 do. Mechanics' and Tra- pt: ders' Bank at 61ic., a slight advance, and 15, 25, he 25 aidd 75i City Railroad Company on private 15 terms. re BOARD or ilRtoKEn.--There was a regular ses sion of this board to-day, which resulted in the pr following sales, viz: - on 10 shares First National Bank stock at................ 11 be $2,( Gold ... ... .....................................147 $5,0(i Cold .............. ..................... ...........t17', D $ 530)) O uld ........................... ............... .147 0 $5.t4,1 O otd ............................................. 147'n $51,51I( ohld ...................................... . ....17 CONSOLDATED BoNDs-Agreeably to advertise- a ment, the bids for the sale of by the commission- a .ers of $ -:00,000 City Consolidated Bonds have been opened to-day, with the following result, viz: Octave Morel, $3000 at 100; private, $1000 at 100; E. F. La Villebeuvre, $100,000 at 100: E. D. Pay son. $27,000 at 98.42;: G. Cruzat, $100,000 at 97: Bonueval & Delhonde, $13,000 at 97; Avegno & Willioz, ,;1,000 at 97.96; J. W. Ilolnans, $1000 at 82 mc.753. As will be seen by the above, thie total amount bid for was only $316,000, which is a good dr indication of tile confidence reposed in this class of securities, as well as tile absence of a scarcity of f curreny-ampnle notice of the inltended purchase fi I having been given by the commi- ioners. h SIoEu tL DuIIITenea.--We are indebted to some of our filancial and commnerial friends for' the sub joined private tclegramns, which have come to td hand to-day, viz: Liverpool, Oct. 3, via cable.-Cotton-The mar- et ket is dull, and prices have declined di.; middling uplands are now quoted at 1i. d.; sales to-day :000 p bales: sales for the week 125,000 bales. Londoon, i Oct. 5.---c-20's 70i . New York, Oct. a .--Gold d opened at 149t; 11 A. M., Gold 14Ir. Exchange $ steady. 5-20's 10t ; coupons 112,,112; second series, 150 bid; new issues easier at 107'@t107 : p: 10-40's 99.rr@g90; 7-30's 10k.$@106); coupous 10! 2: @106. Later.--Cotton dull and nominal at t0@ w 41c. 12 .--(old 1400. Cotton dull and unset tled at 40@42c., nominal. There are no accurate b quotations to be had. 1 P. l.--Cotton depressed. c Sales cannot be made except at at decline of from ft 4 to Sc. from the highest point on Thursday. The O quotations are nominal at 38c. for middling uplands C and 4tn. for middling Orleans. Gold 149t . Sterl- sl lug Exchange quiet; 60 day hills 107.; sight do. 6 10S. a REAL. ESTATE.-The sales of real estate to-day were as follows: f Girardey & Co., sold the one story brick dwell- S ing known as No. 194 Rampart street, and ground, :t5t feet front, by 132 feet, between St. Ann and Dumaine streets, for $9700. Lot of ground 372 feet on Marais street, by 63 feet deep, with two story frame house, for $2275. Five lots of ground n corner of Washington and Clara streets, Fourth a District, measuring together 152 feet on Washing- h ton street, by 108 feet deep, for $2020. House and lotof ground on Sixth street, 100 feet front, by 125 feet deep, known as No. 270 Sixth street, f for $8250. House and lot 352 and 3e4 Thalia street, for $2100. The sheritf sold for account of tile estate of Hubert Clouet, in the square bounded by Tehoupi- 2 toulas, Pearl,; Louisa and Delord streets, one lot c on Louisa street, 20 feet by 84, with buildings and improvements ot $2000; two vacant lots, samtn size, at $700 ench; also sold the barge Kate, with tackle, apparel and furniture at $1210; and tile property, real estate, on account of the estate i Hoghes, deceased, at $1005. Gabriel Dc Foriet, auctioneer, sold two lots of ground, Third District, in square bhounded by r Piety, Levee, Desire and Craps streets, fronting s 03 feet by 120 feet dee-p, corner of Craps, with I two-story frame dwelling, $3110l vacant lot, 32 feet by 120 feet deep. ol Piety street, at 0575; also, the lot of ground fronting 22 teet ol Peters, late Levee street, between V'ctory and Iort Otreets, with tile three-story brick bnildirg, known ts No. 101, and derrende-iet for $,(0N0. o nnercial ~antellignCne. htrt tirveamts , Oct. t, l 0 id COTTON-With cloudy weather, and unfavorable advices ftom Liverpool and Nhw York, the market has been still further depressed to-day, and the sales barely reached 750 bales, at irregular butr, rather lower prices. Factors continue to mani fest undiminished confidence in the future, and very generally withhold their supplies from the market, while brokers and buyers, calculatine upon materially reduced rates at an early day, do not appear to be dispo-ed to operate at present asking prices. In the on settled condition of the market now existing, it is hardly necessary to say that reliable quotations are not obtainable, but we, however, repeat pre-, vious figures this evening merely for reference. viz: low ordinary. 2i6@28c., ordinary 31 @32c., good ordinary 34@35d., low middling 37 @3Sc., and middling 40c., (nominal.) COMPARATIVE RnECEIPTS OF COTTON AT THIS POit FOR TUF, PeAT TWO WeEKS. OSt. 6-bate1...........1140 Sept. 1 .-Obates,......... $76i TATIaCENT Of' COTT'ON. Stoek on bhnd Hrt. lt. Nihl-barle ........... 102,13 Recot u t eee 1yes:orda y ................c.... 2 1 61 4 a e dm ed reioauily............................. 1 5,:p ---2,442 122,601 Exported since yetarday .................. ,5l Exported prvlual ...e .. .. . ............ 41,o53--0I,:14 Stock on hand and on shtVbos.rd not esarnd..... 70,317 The exports are exclusively for New York. SuoAR ANDn htLASsEs---The receipts since yes terday comprise 10 hhds. yellow clarified Sugar from the upper coast. No Molasses. The market has been very quiet, and the only sale.reported is a lot of 100 boxes Cuba fairat 12c. 4, lb. In are tail way there is only a. moderate business doing at ll.g@120c. for common ; 13@14c. for fair; 14.j4 15.jc. for fully fair; 15l15l4c. forprime; 16r0@ltc. forchoice; 15.@O6ioc. for yellow clarified, and linj@lT7c. for white do. There has been nothing done in Molassas, but we quote it by the cargo at 57J@lOc. T1 gallon, and in retail lots at 00@70c. Tonacco-We have no change whatever to note in this article. The supply on hand is light but of a very good assortment, and buyers do not ap pear anxious at present to operate very heavily. The only sales to-day were some few Mhds. taking for baling at 21c. $ lb. Prices remain quite firm at 3}@$6e. for low refined, light and heavy; I@7¢l for common leaf; 8@10t. for fair do.; 11@12c. for good do.; 12@14c. for fine do., and 16@20e. 1.ilb for choice selection. Lots for balinglare held I at 20@23c. ~l Ib. FLoct--Superfine and low extra are very scarce, with a moderate request, while choice brands are in moderate supply, but with only a limnited de mand. Prices, however, rule steady and firm. Sales to-day dmbrace 100 bbls., of which hbO treble extra at $15 ; 75 single extra at $12 50 ; 100 on its merits at $12 379 ; 200 extra for shipment on pri vate terms ; 100 unbranded on private terms; 175, 1.;0 and 100 superfine at $12 per .bl. Con.-The levee is now entirely bare of grain of all hinds, and there is only a fair supply in store. The market is quiet, but owing to the scarcity, prices have advanced from 2jc. to 3c. per bushel. Salcu to-day comprise 2400 sacks, in lots as fol low,, viz: 200 white at n95.; 500 at 92l@!95 : 300 do. at 9'2c., 1200 yellow mixed on private terms, and 200 do. at ,ee. per bushel. OAT--We have no change to notice in this arti cle. Tie sales have all been made from store, and are as follows, viz : 450 and 200 sacks at 53c.. per bushel. , IBon-The market continues very quiet, but owing to a limited supply an advance of Sc. 4+ 100 t-s. has been realized. The sales comprise 300 7 sacks at $1 20 and 200at $1 25 "5 100 Its. lIAV--The only sales to-day aoe 110 bales prime St. Louis it -27 0 .i0 ton. Ordinary is quoted at $'20 5 9 ton. I'oul.--The market to-day has been very quiet. I'Priccs, however, are somewhat firmer at $35 - bbl. It is retailing at $35 2573:5 50 4: bbl. There have been no sales to-day. BrAcon--There has been a fair inquiry notice ,ble for this article in a small way, especially for shoulders, of which there is but a limited supply, and some dealers have advanced their prices fully 1A. -, lb. Sides and hams remain unchanged, but firmer. We now qoote shoulders at 1t5O7t6c., ribbed sides 20c., clear sides 21c.. and sugar cured hims 2cc. i) It,. Lots are quoted at 17Mc. for shoulders, 201c. for clear sides, and 2 (120}c. for sugar-cured hams. I an--Continuea dull and depressed. The sup ply of tierce lard is quite large, while the stock of kegs is only moderate. 'We now quote lots at 18Sc. for prime in tierces, and 21c. for kegs, and retailing at 19c. for tierces, and 211c. for kegs. INDIA BAosoiNo--Continues in fair demand, and prices show a decided improvement. The supply on hand is moderate, and several small lots have been sold, but particulars have been withheld. Dealers are supplying the demand.for the country at 36c. for rolls, and 38c. 4a yard for hales. BALE Roe--Is in good supply, but with only a moderate demand, at 17t@ltSe. for round lots and 18@19c. for jobbing lots. Tnoo TiEs-The supply of this article is very light, with an active inquiry, and prices firm at 11 @12e. apiece. (.-NNY BAos-Are in good supply but dull. We however quote at 30c. a piece. CoALT OIL-Is in good supply but dull at 82@ t 82uc. L? gallon. L1 au OIL-Is in large supply, but prices are 1 drooping at $1 f0@$1 65 ~1-gallon. ' SATr-Is in fair demand, and prices show a f further improvement. We now quote Liverpool Sfine from store at $2 40@2 60, and coarse $2 25@ 52 40 pf bushel; $2 65 for fine by the cargo, and $2 10 for coarse. Wrisar--The market has been very quiet, and the only business doing is in a retail way at $1 75 .'1 t0 for Louisiana, and $2 253@$ 35 for West iern rectilled. SUNDRIEsms-Potatoes are selling at $3 75@4 00 Sper bbl. Onions at $1 75@2 50. Apples at j$6 501@7. Eggs at $35@10 per bbl. Chickens at ..;07 for small, $9 for large. Turkeys at $34@ ,$35 1= dozen. STAR CANDLER-flave been 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 I were sales to-day of 100 boxes 12 oz. at 20c. ~ lb. BUTTER AND CEEsE--Western and Northern a butter is in good supply but quiet at 22@23c. for n common Western ; 25@2Ge. for fair do.; 27@29c. for prime do., and 30@35c. for choice ; 40@45c. for goshen, and 46@48c. for strictly choice do. Cheese is in good supply but dull at 15c. for skimmed ; 21@22c. for factory ; 24c. for English e dairy ; 28@30c. for Stilton, and 33@35c. for pine apple. NAVAL STOREs-Rosin is in light supply, with a fair demand, at $7@7 25 for No. 1, $4 50@$5 for No. 2, and $2 50@$3 for conunon. Pitch at $5 50 @$6. Tar scarce at $4 10@58 1 bbl., and Spirits of Turpentine at i275@65c. 9 gallon. HorPs--There is a fair inquiry noticeable for new, but there arc none in the market. Belgian are held at 83@85c., and American at 75c. 3$ bushel. MALT-Is in light supply and dull at $2 20 for Canada, and 90@92c. for Western. WoOL-Is in fair supply bat quiet at at 16@1S. for natural, 18@22c. for Texas, j @. for Merino, 22@23c. for Texas, ,@j for Merino, 28@300. for I washed, and 13@15c. 5l I. for berry. 1 FREInTs--There is considerable Cotton and Produce offering to go forward coastwise, and rates are firm, with an upward tendency. There is no disengaged tonnage for New York and Boston, and rates by sail are as follows;: c. 91 lb. for Cotton, and S5c. 54 bbl. for Flour; by steam to the former, lec. 916. for Cotton, $10 9, hhd; for Tobacco, and 60o. ' bbl. for Flour. Foreign freights are dull, and rates are: by sail to Liverpool, 9-16@.d. 51 lb for Cotton, and o 47q. +.l hhd. for Tobacco; to Havre lIc. 3 hIt. for 55 Cotton. attls. -Markes. Jsrrsanro OT,r Oetober 8, 186fi. Arrived yesterday 514 Texas Beeves, 189 Calves and Yearlings, 165 Ilogs, and CtS Sheep. Sold 200 Texas Beeves, 78 Calves and Yearlings, 12 Hogs. and 6 Milch Cows. Stock on Sale-834 e Texas Beeves, 881 Calves and Yearlings, 233 Hogs, i3 18tI Sheep, and 78 Milch Cows. We quote : Western Bea cho.e, m a t,t. ............. - Wiatern Bees ataad ty, u net o.m.... O -- o Stmns Bme vea, ehosler, head .....................m35 o an 60 ra tasCattle , 2d q nlity, head a ..................o 5( 35 0 .. C .ttle, d quality ead ................. ..12 o 20 S,] m gro. ................................. -- 1@ -- 15 t Stock tr , ean o gro ...... . . ............. (__ __ tel o, n iots, head ...................... 1t @ 425 v mr sia oheo, .had ................... ::..- ...- -o - - Tex l Shee. hed .......................... 1. 3 25® 5 25 hoicae Westera Sheap, head ................. so 9 0 is !file, Cow- oh c, eae d . .............. ......80 ' a@18 s oI 5 ilehtCowh s heied ...... ........ .. ........ 1 e( a o TsexasCows with alves ............... I.. ...12 . 25 00 e- aeerllons, hasd. ............................. re . 14 io, Cwisv.0.l hsad................ 80es 16 U 31 BROKE JA.L.-The mulatto man Metosre, who was 37 committed to jail last week to apsear before the criminal court, broke jail last nig:t and took fare well leave. We hope this countly will soon have le sufficient funds to build a jail. 'The present build ing used for that purpose is totally unst for t. i I[Pensacola Observer, 2d. CI3UA ST, TOSACCOU ETC. J. A. FERINANIDEZa HAVANA CIGARS, No. H Common street and No. 46 Cand Street, (oPso eaI.) 81 NEW ORLEANS. TrjMOS. C. WALSH I t CO., (THOS. C. WALSH, late of Lynchburg, V,; ARTHUB CONNELL, lte of Montgomery, Alt TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS CORNR O GRAVIES NDo NEW L nS S [BIStl New Orloean. La. General Harry T. Hays New. Orleans La., Mes;;. MJDaniel A Irby Lynchburg, Va. Mersr. 0h0s. Loling A do., New Yora. C. B, BLOCOK CO. YE GRAVIrE STREET, Wholeeo Dealers In and ImportmE o ravana Clgars, VIrhgSnl and Westera T'. baaeo. Keep constantly on band the but brands of the OLD DOMINION. J GUMA, Importer of HAVANA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODUCE, 4S Common street, Between Mguline and TobotlpitoIa. New Orleans SIMON J. FLATOW. mUNrAM Eas or LL gnros oP PLUG CHEWING TOBACOO0, t O1 H.a lne street, New Orlean·s. PRESSES AND COTTON GINS. STAN COTTON PRES--(FlFIE PROOF) in the square oounded by New Levee, Tchuapitoulas Race and Orange streets, having Improved Tyler Press, Wtll receie C ;ttono Storage and fo Compreeilng. Ship m0nt0 promptly atteuded to. F. J. IEIIRRON, PENN'S COTTON pEESM, (FOEMERLY UNION COTTON PRESB) On Terpetehore street, OTFFICE OT CARONEILET STREET, NEW ORLENB I rd now prepar treteive o otter: on storage, s nd for Cc0 .'PENN A SIMM;ONS. Psreert. o VITECBUEO C OTTON RESES, - oo e Bouded b LEVSEE, CALLIOPE. OAEENIS E and thOIlE SL Iroprlistor. New Orleansd Prtre, r at . EBcneao's olle, No. r Clinton otrest, will hae ;m*ndltate attnth an. C.OTTON GE ..............COTTON GINS TAYLOR, SBBbWNA N EAGLE, SOUCTHERN, MORY A CRAVEN, MoCHAREETY -AHaD- 4 Excelsior Cotton Gins, WlthIEngO!es, Horse Powers and everything eOpletefor 0unning, and reedy for immediate shipment, 1N4044444e, by JO1HN B. FULLER. No. S DEC STREET, NEWTOR - HOTELS AND) RESTAURANTS. B lOOKS HOUSE, NOS. 227, -29 and 21h CANAL STREET, (Corner Boin,) New Orleans, Ths lhoode, having b en thoroughly rpainte ad reond ovated, will e ready od the first of October, 1801. for the reeop,io of permanent, transient and daoy boarders, who will here iud a home with auperior aconommodaios, aSid a table not sorpnseed by that of any o ouse io h city. F airy rooms, single or in pairs. Meal hours: Brekt'ast 7 to 9. Dinner 2 to 4. Sup per to 72D.c IBLAND CITY HOTEL. (JOHN J. PRICE-J. F. PIERCE--DR M. A. McLEOD.) Price, Pierce & Co., Proprietors , GALVESTON, TEXAS. THE LEE HOESE, No. 78 CARONDELET STREET, Is now opento thel publie. None but the beet WINES an4 LIQUORS sold 1 er its counteros. Ge use call, and test for yourscalS. LATOUR A COLTON. Proprietsre. nMUTHPHY'S HOTEL-THE UNDERSIGNED Proprietors of oMurphy' Hotel, No. 9 and 1 St Charles treet, hereby notify the puobic that they will find It to their dvantage to call a.d osee them before going elsewhere, as hey will get the choicest kind o 0luors at the bar. Superior Dinuers and Meals of all kinds at the Restaurant, and Board and Ledglg of a superior qtality, at greatly reduoced price, MeKENNA A MOOLOBKEY. 2MOHEAG', HESTAISEANT. No. 1.8 CANAL STREET. BETWEEN 0T. CHARLES AND CARONDELET. The Proprietors rspectrolly inform their old friends and the epicr.oan world, that the above Restaurant is open for their accommodation, at the same old place; and that they Intend to .leave nothing n.dons to .enre a continuan0 e of that repute, tion whch it has so many years enjoyed, vai.: that of belng one of the very first RestOuraot n America. All the detije ies of the. son, with the choicest Wines and Liquoro, always on band. The Proprietor, thankful for past favor, sollt a eontin. eane of the same. RHODES & MOULIN. LOUISIANA HOTEL, 2 215 TOHOUPITOULAS STREET Opposite St. MLryt Market, within one square of the Texas SteamshipLauding, NEW ORLEANS, ,g-Term--$2 per day. J. CONDON. Prolpstor. THE PROPRIETOR of this well.known 0and popul0 r 1 tEb. l0shment, finding his present 2locat4 too small for the allw Supon him for accommodation, will, on the 1st o November Nos. .MS, ABP ind 2G1 C.naM l Str.eet Corner of Basin Street, where % hopes to be able to furnish a home to all his friends He needs hardly state that his table Is now a, ever, unau. pased, aSd that 0very oomfort will b ooyj by patrons o. Shoe HOURS OF MEALS: Breakfast, flrom 7olo 9 Dinner from to 4 Sooner. 6 to 8. WASHINGTON EXCHANGE, 4 NO. 19 ST. CHARLES STREET, NEW ORLEANS, Between Common and Canal Streets, s S . H. Stella. Proprietor. O HLEANS HOUSE CLARKE R DOUGHTY, (lEO. H. CLARKE-W M. DOUGHTY,) Corner or St. Charles a.d Common streets. 0Lunch every day from 11 to 1 o'olock. NEW YORK. DEFIANCE CIGAR MANUFACTORY. D. HIRSCH & CS., 174 Water street, New York. STHE DAILY NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT KEPI ON FILE. A PINISOLOSICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, e Containingnerly 300 pages, and 1t fine Platee and En eravings of the Anatomy of the Humsan Organs in a state of Health and Disease, with a treatise on Early Errors, Its De plorable Consequences upon the Mind and Body, with the Au thr's Plan of Treatment-the only ratienal and successful modeof cure, as shown by the report of casea treated. A truthlul adviser to the married, and those contemplating mar riage, whoentertain doubts of their physical condtion. Sent Sfree of potage to any address on receipt of 25 cents in stamps or postage currency, by addressing DR. LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N.Y. The author may be eonsulted upon any of the diseases upon ,whlehhis book treats, either peronally or by mail, and medl. I clnes ent to any part of the world. I TABLISHED .............................185. THE BERRIAN HOUSE FURNISHING WAREROOe S, 601 Broadscay. New York. O The Largest Variet ile the United States of CUTLERY, SILVER PIL..TEDWARE, 15 TEA SETS, CASTORS, tO REFRIGERATORS, CeOOKING UTENSILS, Etc. e- Together ceith everything appertaining to the line, and all at I the lowest po-sibte Whlesale and Retail prices, for Cash. F- tOREIN GOODS REDUIICED TI GIOLD VALUE. Cata -loegue furIehed on applicatiou to my Address. R. B. CASEY. ATT()RNIEVS AT LAW. KELLY a nHOWE (HENRY B. KELLY; W, . HOWE,) Attorneys at Law, STORY BUILDING-Corner Camp and Common Street, NEw O aa)ls, LA. Refer by Fermission to: The National larine and Fire Ins rance Co., New Orleans Metrs. Lee Cradall Co New Orleans, Mesr Ea.ton & Barstow. New Orleans. Josiah C I, Esq, President C. 6. R. Co. Hon. Charls E. hoorker, Attorney General of Milsaippt E. . Ganoeheauu Esq "New 0rleans. A. E. Tracey sq., ,Mobile. B. E FORMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 46 CarUndelet street, New Orleans. kentocyk Com t5lSoner. JFMAE! H, CUBIELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ...................R oyal Street..................T H. C. MYEr.. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Natchltoches. La. Particula attention paid to the Collsction of Cla Pra... tice in the Courts of Rapides, Winna, sbe, Caddo and De Soto. Referto L. Duple., editor o1 Nathetoches Times. BONNE, GOOODE * DILLINGHAM, 1. U. E BONE , . J. GOODE, J. P. DILLINHAIL Attoraeys at Law, (OVERB CANAL BANK,) 0o0m11 or C Am 0 ,7610a16, mI 0SLof' WIll prac5en the Courts of New Orleans.sd give 6tri6t at. tntion to any bsiness entruoted to the,. ,n conee.ion with a riabl6 Att.rsey at Wahington., they will prepare adpros, 6uts 6lanl6 .s.n.t the Goerament.. MOREHEAD * TRIIGG, _(CHAS. S. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM R. TRIGOG Attorneys at Law, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, Have assoiated themselves to practice their professfo in the counties of Washington, Tunics, Cohom6 . Bolivar, Lssaquena and Warren. E. M. .UDON ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Om8m, 2. Camp Street. Businesa for him, durig a t oay absaene, le with Meaprs. Clarke A Bayne, wai reeei0 urorner atte.tlion. 0ULLOr .f THOEPE 63l NORTH CULLOM, S. 1. THORPE,) Attorneys at Law, MAEKSVULE, LOUISIANA. Practices t the Courts of Avoyellsa, Pointe COou s 6a6ides... Rfer to the Proprietor sf the Orsmeent. GIBSON ..0 AUSTIN, (. L GIBSON, J. E. AUSTIN.) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, 100 Common street, opposite City Hotel, New OrSsns. HAYS, ADAMO a MOR.E, (HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, E. WARREN MOISE,) Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Ofice, 1 St. Charley stret.-Se6ond loor. SMITH a EALSEY (JAMES B. SMITH, Clinton: J. H. HALSEY, Point COo.w, Courtm Hona,) Attonea.y.at-Law. -Have fsarmed s partnership, and 1wil practie thelrprof6aio In the court of the Seventh Jdolafi Districtt SHLDON m P.EDEE, ... .SHELDON, DON A. PA.DER ) ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 18 St Charles Street. NewI Orleans. .NMDOLPH, SINGLETON b DABDI-U (WILLIAM M. RANDOLPH, CHARBLS.B. SINGLETON, JOHN W. WHAIMl) Attorneys and Vdanselorn at Law. Comrer Camp and Natches itrets, Or Home Mutual Insra.ce Company., 78 amp , t NEW ORLEANS. MARR a FOUET R. H. BARR, A, FOOTE, G. W. E. MAR,) Attornmes at Law. SIll GnAXr Sm. M. A. FOOUS, Commlsloner of MIstasippL d HUMPMEY HARBEALL. COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, OGe., No. 11 Carondelet street, New Or!ess, Loosadna. D WillG prae Law inthe Courts of0 NowOrlan , and wo attend to th preparation 610)la, to be deo(ded at W.h. & 4 FOX ATTORNEY-AT-LAW S No. 104 Gravler Stnrea A a New Orlrseo JOHN E. HOLLAND, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT LAW. No. 3 Royal treet, Y+.7 (oP0o665 OI6T66e' 0.60). idence, No. 76 Hosatl street. New MZH RISON * HUNTON, (J. 0. HARRISON, THOMAS HUNm ON,) Attorseyo at Law. Will practie In all the Certb.f New Orlsesa, and lt s6trit attention to any bu66ees sntristed to the. In o.,. )unction with a reliable Attorney at Washington, they wil . Prepre nd prose6te, las against the Gov...... . SDUNOAN . HENNEN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, o............. rondelet treet ............ s Has resumed the Practice of th Lw. Harwl1g made professional connections Ln thesevenl[Pa. 6 ,ls6e, 6l attend to Collections 1nd Claims in all the Ps.l)h6. of the State ; also, to Olalm against the Government t W, lngton. GROCERIES. WINES. ETC. T. F. WALKER d FLOYD. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, S6 and 08 Gravler Street, wnm l~lmmn C. H. ILLER .I CO. Manufacturer of STEAM REFINED CANDIES, importer of WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS and all d.eacriprons of FIREWORKS, -A" Agent for the Loe Angelo, Cal., Wine.. 0 and 52 New Leve street, eoer ofl Netche. NO, i GRAVIER SWRIEET We have constantly on hand a ine assortment o WINES, BRANDIES, LIQUORS LIQUORSO And Fancy Groeeies, Which we or for sale at lowest mart arM HITER i .UBDOtKs LAYT MACMURDO,i IMPORTERSB, Wholesale and Retall Fine Wine., l.lrleen, Ete.. No. II UNTON STREET. LEDIO d DAHHRON. (0. LEDIG, H. DAMERON.) SWholenle Ogrocers and Dealers in Generml Provilionr. Cigars. TbSaee., WINES, LIQUORS. 7*0., No. i7 POYDRAS STRE OT. NEAR NEW LEVEE. EDWALID COERY, WHOLESALE GROCERE, Commtision and ForwardlnEng Merhanto WESTERN.FODUCE, FOREIGNI Id DOMESTIO CWIEF, LIqUORS, ETO., ETC. Cooein Iloooe lee P0o5T S,0es. NEWONLe..e. LA. FýORCEIBMER BSEOTHJEE. WHOLESALE GROCERS Dealers in Fonle and Domentle Liquers (Agpt for PAie Apple Whisky) t THOUPITOULAS STREET. NEW ORLEANA J A. DIbAFFER * 00, ,SUCCESSORS TO WE. MASSEY,) Agents for Maey Collias Co.'s PHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTPR. Ale, Porter and Older, By the Ck, Barrel or Bottle. .t BOTTLING HOUSE 2I ARD M BIENVILLE STREET, Wholesale DepOt, 55 New Levee street, New Orleans., L SShpping ord4m promptly slatSdod to, COMMISSION--FOR WARDING. ALLEN, WAYNE & CO. (J. F. ALLEN-C. 0. WAYNE,) Forwardlng and Commission Mereentss, -And GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS, --roR- New Orleans and Mobile Line Steambr from New Bas( New Orleans and Memphis Steamers. New Orleans and St. Loais Suamers. New Orleans and Cincinnati Ste mers. Memphis nd Arkaoas. Line of Steamer. OmecR-35 NATCHEZ STREET. New Oleans,. D. DOWD, COMMISSION MERCHANT, 0 No. 110 Poydroa street, Saw ORLS.s. LIBERAL CASH AVAN"CES Emade onConignments of Cotton sd otbereroduce to my friends, SPOFFORD TILESON & CO., New York; C, GRIMSHAW Soo.. Liverpool. W. EOBllIAeSON, PURCHASING BROKER FOR ngapr and eolasses, on Levee, Plantatlon nd ion Store. OEoO-CORNER CARONDELET AND ORAVIER. )EKINR, SWENSON 6o CO. (WM. M. PERKINS, NEowOrleas, S. M. SWENSON, N. Y., Ilate Austin, Tea, D. L. KERNION. New Orleans,) General Commlstlon Mercha.ts, No. 48 Carondelet street, orne of Union street, SNew Orleans. INDEPENDENT THNOUGH LBNE AGENCY. ( t. MITCHELL, RTrrA & N SCO. (ate JA3QTESS, MIT. CHELL. CO.,) BENJ. . MITCHELL, of Now Orleans, JOS. F. BUTLANI, Mldble, Fore.rdlng and Commission Merehants, SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT AGENTS,. No.4 Commerce street and 2 Front street MOBILE, ALA. E. w* ADAMS, COMMISSION MERCHANT, M Alles d'Orleaf, Bordeaux, Franee. Rbro.eoco0a-Hoo. C. M. Conrad, Payne, Huintlnoon & SCo. W. H. Avery, Geo D. \V. Adam, Henderson A lanie, J. W. Brbldge, Booutigoy a Es,,ipon, J. W. ZSaeharle and J. AHTINEE PALACIO. (FCO. PIZARRO MARTINEZ-ANTONIO PAI.CIO.) Cmmsslon LMerehants. 129 GRAVIER STREET, Now Onal,8s. DILLINGAeM 6 DEBLOIS (0. DILLINGIAM-JOHN DEBLOIB. Successors to Woed, Willters Co., Commisson oMerehants and Wholesale eroeer Noea 7, 9, 11 and 13 Tehoupitonls Street, Now Osoieis. G . ,H OI.Ns a 2.0e.,. 4G, (. KOUNS, EEN'B. KOONS.) G eneral ommlIsson M'erehantso WHOLESALE GROCERS, -AFmY G ULmE IS FANCY GROOERIES, BOAT AND BAR STORES, No. W Common o rtt, New O leOst oCoEo1oo, Co0n gnmento to Sell, and Ordem Nto Prch.e 0 from the Levee, el Codl Go l a ion glom to B10MiElg For wlo lo Libetal COsh Advoanes made or Consignment. WHITBIISL BHOTHZES. (0. P. WITEMAN, H C. WHITEMAN, . W WH tITE NAN, Oo immIlanes, ee.ling and Forwardina Merehants. Whoelualad BealDlmo in OCERIES, WESTERN PRODUCE, LI.M, DEMENI NAILSI, Et., Bayou Nmo. Ae. - S. HavingosraomoSeud bo as thei old etstdo.opoooflhly soolict men.ol of form. ptronago. A. STEWAET a A . IANDREW STEWART. J. LAVERS) 4ommlislon oand Forwarding Merchant. -Deal.s In BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION BUP~LIES, No. Pet-os (or New Lase) etreet, comer of Coral 0tt,., (Oon001 ma CumnS Hoos,) New Orlans, IaL StriltoLtenton pad to0the Sle and Storage of all kiLnds of r Fodoue. LibraslCOh Advocels mad.on Consgn.loensond b promptretursl Also, Agents forthe Rod. Rlerr Express. - SMITH dg, CAFE, (J. PICgKNEY SMITH, Carroll parish; JOHN M. CARS, Mldison paribh,) Commiulon rerchants and Poureha -ng . Agents. 90 Cooi moo, Now 00L0015 SGCohb Adanoes made on Conoiolments. JOSEPH H..OGLESBY, (LATE OGLESBY & MACOAULATJ LComml·slon Merchnelt. NOR. 0 70 AND 72 TCHOUPITOULA STREET., 00w o0R05rs. MI'1TEVAINr E BEOTEIR S, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. OS Broad Street, New Teork. COO Oadeno. made on .hipNoso to the shove Hoaob JOSEPH H. OGLESBY, 6, 70 land 72 Tohoop(tolo. strel JAMES WEIGHT, O1 COMMISSION MERCHANT SA 1.. Carondelet street. Forlgn ad Domeialo EXCHANGE bought and sold, . ADVANCES made oooniglments to A E. MoMaUter & Bro., Liverpool; Codwell ALsbworth. Wall street. NewYork. BEE' TOLEDANO, OOMMISSION MERCHOANT, Ne. TUtos n street, New Orleans. T. G. NOEL. COMMIBBSSION ERC..AT. For the Me of Cattlo, Hogs, Sheep. Moles and Lerres, to, STOCK LANDING, NEW ORLEANS. SSotlofaotory 1referenO0 en0. C ZNOWETH. CAOSEY . CO., GE.ERAL COMMISSION M0RCHANTS, No. . Growvier Street. Now OGnoul., Ls. W. "" st.- .- . IH. N EICHOIS TCO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 10000ae0ns 50 s 3. mn0o00 a ., Galvestoe. Tosos. BABBET MC-OLUBE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Levee Street. Shreveport. La.. Scllt Coneient of otton and Merchandl. WHITTY & CO. HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION, Recelving and Forwardlng Merchants, And Trade Sale Auetloneen DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE, No. I Levee street, Shreveport. Ls. A. H. "ELA' GENERAL COMMISSION AND LUMBER MERCHANT, Omee, No. ST ulla at., New BasLn. NEW ORLEANS. Specil sttMntlon glvi Builders' nd Shippers' Orders for Lumber. Shtnulee, etc delwvered at mills osr itv. MCLeEeDSIeD,,, R d 'Lc O., (JAMES MOQUOID, CHRIS. MERLE, H. INBAU J. T. AYCOCK, JOE GLTZINGER,) (Sncccssorn to o. Wilkln i Co.,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IORTE --roll 2 slAe or- en ttle, g . Ldend ne etep . City or Jedersoe. Ln -V L MAI NAN F. LA-EOYD, - COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS -or Frenoc Wines, Brandies, Sardines, etc., NO. 42 OLD LEVEE STREET. LOV&LA.I MASLMY, SHIP BROKERES AID COMMISSION xMUxoqy., SCMarondelet Street. 1. F. LOYVEL, cmWely Ba-ter, LreI A Oo., Nrw OriLm W. BAIEY, formerly Angats Ad. t Co.., Amtw· , COTTON rACTORS, ETC. JOHN rV. MANICO * CO.- P COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING J MERCHANTS, No. 64 Carondelet Street, up stanlr. corer Perdido reet, Now Odreeo. SPREDS. IUMM.E. & CO., G NO. CARONDELE STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA Sotton 'nd Tobacco PmetO-, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS And Commerelal Agenats HA:LOW J, PHIELPS * CS., T (B[OW J. ].'LFB. of New Odesan" . S. EU 21701"A 55 mssteky.) B. U E Cotton Poetr, N GENERAl COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 154 (nese, .01sat. 'rae Ca . and Rt (lamhtd. S.C WITT. NSH a LYON ARY W. BTT--WM.I FLASH.THOS. T. A. LYOn. L Cotton Pestorr,, Oeneie Ceinentdnn* FORWARDING MERCHANTS, Comes Csrondadet nd Union streets, Now Orlem. OIbe l cuh adymsenl mdo on eosdgnmlSt to out Mdnr Cersm Ho Soodn pomptly e*asded to. *OW E BE I ON-- w IL 'lE A. Hu AnMAlN--. GI BILGON, or 0 rthA. £. JoleJ n A Cs., New Cn) COTTON FACTORS, C Co GmInsntn MereAts . UNION STREE1. NEW ORLEANS. B. H. aXaENW a ano.. . GRERR COSL.oL-W. 3. GREENE I. 4notton Peeetore end Ceemsson Unrehento. 18 GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS . O. OGLESBY. Apgnt-Lstdo theftrmo rf lAOets e Lew. ! Osleby's.d.l d d fe tdhe .le T. Nl', booke a nd seconte at bovse ddr., JONS L. LEE 00C., (OHN LEE, T. JONEB STEWART. (I . Cotton Fetory 37 PeR5s~o kNo, C. Pan n.o .u., ALCNB, SCHEROK & AUTEY CIewssaeAssl s.Q Sceusn S. D. Ac.sr,,5 J COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ab. 18 Carondelet street New Orleans I.e OOGAN da PATTON.T W. H. HOGAN, late teess OCnety, EaL. JOHN PATTON, New Orleenm. L', Cotton F.etors GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING ERE CHANrTs, No. 188 Grsvefet. tes Naew OrCso Wa .i da enwro,. (S 6S. J. WARREN, T. W. CRAWFORDJ SBnoul5s to Warre,, GtCOHe A OC, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISrION MERoCEANTS No. 48 COondelet Ss Nw Oaes, Ia J. J. PERSON a CO., COTFON FACTORS Commssion Hsrehe . t 8nee mo n.at,, seet 'e SBVI ON" do MAY, (JOHN A. STEVENSON, A. lo. AY Cottoa Paeters C SR SNERAL COMMISSION MER0CANTS, No. 4OPrdIld street. WYCHE.ý a XCHAHDSON (J.3 WYCH, Jr. B. RICHARDSON. Sneon to J L WyheL Oe.) TCottea Paetors and Commlt.ton Mersheunt SsNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. 17 JOHN PHEI... _ S reesse to PNps " JeonJ COTTON FACTOR SRerad Commnssion Mrrehent, NO. 4 OARONDELET ISTRET. NEW ORLRARS. W . . TWILaLN, tO (IOCRSOR OF TARLETON WRITING * TDLLIS Cottoe Factors S NO. o8 PERDIDO STREET, NEW ORL.AN.L A ..P GON=.. Cotton Broker, , COMMON STREET. 'S wS W 4ITS n co. (S.WHInTD,F. 8. GIBBS,W, L. DBAPER,LE CRANDAIL) COTTON FACTORS, General Cosml slon Merchants, 57 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS. BOILIGNY da OSI.APON. O. BOULIOGN, I. ESOLAPON.) Cotton and ugaer Pretors COMMISSION E ARCHATS, Counon Comes ASD BAnOR.s rnSms, S Now Orleans,. HIOWAED, PIRETONM , IABRRETT Cotton and Tobaeco FPstors COMMISSION MERO.HAN TB, IOS Ceommon stnet, Now Oesea.x, I. .A DB'N ADAMS do GAFF. S(T. DEAN oOf.s MsGlnnls A WIles, New lYork ; NO. D. AAMS, of Litle Eooet Ark. ; T. GAFF, of T. A J. W. BSe, Aurs, Ind Cotton Factors and Commisston Merchant. NO. 0 UNION STREET. NEW ORLEBANS. EDEY * PRTCAABD (P F. F. EDEY, WM. M. PINOCARD, Jo, \ Cotton Faetors and General Commsllon Mer. chants. No. IN COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEANS. HUNTINOTON * fIOTWU. (A. . HUNTIGTON-B. W, HUNTINGTON.) lotton Factolr and Generil CEom.ulon Merchants, No. I NATOHEZ BTREET, NEW ORLEANS. O..h drurwn b dso.od oos~gom o or ddrow and to T. L. MAXWELL d CO.. Cotton acetors,Oeneral werehanmdlt BROKERB AND COMMISSION MERCHANTB, Nlo. 18 Naoheo Atrt. New OleoS,, IA. ROUUaz. PROTIrRO A cO.. (JOHN ROBBER, ooElosko RI.., N. B. iROTHRO, Ni. Orlans, L., JAdES B. ROSSER, New 0odlo, En,) Cotton Factor. M6lER.L COMMISSION MEROHANTS, iS U(0on o.Otr, New O.T.a. J B. POWELL. Cotton Factor oad Coommtslon MRrehuaab 17 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS. W. . STUART, (lato Stosrt & Jameo) CIIALMEED &I BONR- (A. H. CHALMERS, U. S. BOON.) COTTON FACTORS And Generol Coommlmlon Merecat NO. 138 GORAIER STRERS HOBBLLt, GAYLE a CO. (B. M. HORRELL, J. W. GAYLE, J. E ISENHOUBJ COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISSO10 MERICHANTS, 11. 107 'oydoaa. steetS. EDWARD NALLE dr 00 COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 10 Common Mtret. COTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERBOHANT No. 178 Oralter strea*. UP ST.)BS. OOFO ~DB U~ 00YI88II YBO~ I COTTON FACTOtRS, PTC;. PACE, LAVENDER & HARPE,. (JAS. T. PACE, of Vi gil-o-W. D. LAVENDER, of TenneS .ee-W. B. SARPER, or AlIoham.) Cotton and Tobacco Fator., --AND- GENERAL oOMMISSfON MERCHANTS, 5 0............. ..... no, ntreeL.................80 NGw " o,,oAI, LA. (J. J. GAREARD, VfickArg; A. N. CEdAId, New Orle¢g E SEY AMEB, EDGAR AMES, St. Louis, in o€mmoado o C aston PFacte, AND COMMISSION MERCHANIS, No. 40 Unlo. street, NNew leso, L. THOS. ,. I9NrT - co.; (THOS. M. SCOTT, of Claiborne P-hLa JNO. T. SIT LEY, ofNew Or.,.I. $ , HEARD, of Minds county Min.; MsJ. J. D. OIIVkE, of Carroll prsh, La.) Cost.Ma Fdetor GENERAL dOOYISrSoN ERCHANMTS, 81 Caraudelet see ORLEANS. LEE CfLANDMLL da CO. COTTON FACTORS, Aknd eOeraSl Comssminton ereiaats. %. 188 GRAVIE BSTREET. OLRVES P, JAKISON Ws Onyr.s COTTON FACTOER AN COEIR.SIONXEECHANT, Ne. 9 IInte street. N.w Orleas. QEoXQe U. mAN*nVILLZ, COTTON FACTOR -1.Ad Commission Herthant, No. 18 Graivtr stneest Now Orleans. HAMILTON & EANUS. (JAMES HAMILTON, JAMES O. BRANS, Lateof Colm Cotton FwPao, and Geneal Comi nmn ILerehant.: - Unio, ad, ater l. of October, 114 Carondelet Stnet, NEW ORLEANS. BAKS. .HAMILTON a co. 5 (L B. HARWOOD, St. Louie S. H. RICHARDSO MobS..) Commltaoqn Mer.hamto Corner V-e and Commernil Streta, ST. LOUIS, Mo0. WILLIAXJR, NIXON a CO., (FRENK WILLIAMS, JOHN NIXON, J", WILLIAM B Cotton Fa.tors, NO. 48 UNION STREET, N Nnw Ontan SEY.HOE, YARBRO]QH a oo.,. (8. SEYMOUR. New Orleans ; J.. JYARROUGH, ot.a Beld, La.; JOHN WHIT ORTH, D Soto pariah, La COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS GI eneral Commo slon Merchants. No. 67 Carondelet street, New Orleane,-Lo. C. E. iEVEoRICI COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 6 Ulon StMeet, ew Odean, La. Mr. Wo. E. LEVERICH 1, bis duly authorled Agent. MONROE .e EDDINGTO., (JOHO T. MONROE, THOS. SEDDINGTON,) Cotton ]Fator and GeneraI CoosmntoM Mereheant. no. Oaoondelet streo, corner of Perdldo street. b oeen t fooWluot- Co' cel Mibrated Sw ls, and the - f ro, roo Woa ,M ohmooo Vaho T Maoo4 Mo,.,,, Cotter F.ator, GENERAL COMMISSION MEESRJIrSg, No. 46 0Uleo sket, So. Orleans. G.,aTH, T...vTEWAR, a C0. (W. B. GALBREATH-WeeW BTEWAET-JNO. . FIZE Memphis; ANDREW STEWART' N. '0.) Wholesale Groeer and4 Cotton aeater. No. 4 Font storeet, MfmpbhI, Tenn. pAESAM a NIoUAT-. (JNO. 0. PARAH., of No.'Orleao: BEVERLY BLUNT, ef ndl onto.y, NIoIaO~pP.) COTTON FACTOS, FORWMISING AND CN MISSION MERCHANTS, AhD PUoRHASING A.0N5, No. 7. Caroneuelt street. , Neswoa, La. TTWOODS, MATTHEWB. Co0., COTTON FACTORS IE L) - ge9eoral CoSOmmslton MHercEhnt.,. 100 POYDBRA STREET, NEW OLRAt , LA. R. H.VOe W .. Ra1., t410.., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION NERCHAT 109 Poodrns Street, Now Orleans, La. Liboralcah adaeon 90.de6n Shlpmonto to'our hoel n St. Louio, Mo., H. Von Phol, Sono tOto BRoosS. MACDoNADA a .. (JAS. M. BROOKS-HUGH ACDONALD--L. H. 19G., 'Cotton Faetors COMMISSION MiRCOANTS, S S.Oatodelet .,tce, New O .f0 Cask advanL umot madoe ano .eonn."., JAN. CONNOLT Ac " Ca. ýIO. SO POYDE4 Sstreet. 'NewSr O.nLa LIVOIoNG, lOliFOX u SNo. 88 l4bortyolt, ..T Yot, Cotton Factors and General Cm9aueloon HeMrnata. LD. Liberal CuLb dvaneso made n Cotton and Othereud. 'Snoi Lh ol F wos,'H T.-lvngton, d n. N.. . em at. SAM nD EoW a Co;.. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCOHATS [tar 150 Common stoee, eOar. a ,Cao9dele, MISCELLANEOUS. TMOMAS W. BOLLRO. PRODUCE AND M5ERCHANDISE BROKFB, No. 14 Carondelet street. New Orleltin JACOIO OTT. CARPENTER. Special attentlon glen to RRPMRI2¶G of BTORRSJ DWRLLI.IQ. CISTERNS MADE AND REPAIRED. WOcda c. left at 2oTif Sll 050, or L.DURAND, nor Tcolonse end Choertresacoteomptl o ttended td BOAT AND OAR DEPOT. F. A. TPEAER d CO., -D~aL~as u Boat. and One. of nll Kind., 151 Front 0trt. (Now 'Ar PETER FORIMEE. STALLS NOB. I AND I ST. MARY'S RAEX hLIps, Sotenahlpo nod Stenambont. dppleI 'sot is cno peepoced to flcelsb hb nold ftlotiadOtom with evecthle. n the meet linc t hie old deof businOPL KN"ICE SoUTsaER DRY DOCK COXPAIT, No. 95 Carondelet Utreof Rew.lc Ganan endoc 'Icorlo, ostoendoa Yin R. SEATON. ARCHITECT-. NO. I7 CAMP STRZBET (Entooco on Notche. s.t5t o Hnm 10000mw 05002d Designs made for otp enId ..'I buildiop, o. ail ttds, a for ImV~rvla Perks and Plasm- Oroug" with roepld I" dloations for each Als. detailed spedifcaton for dta'dlonu ca repd05 Glib witbcceitbhnt ccricnteocdltc L. P. WALKESER A 6. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTSTB Noe. 44 Mlain street and 6 6 Schod stoI, Lot.loIIo, Ky' Ace Agent. fsorel NseroPWO In the United Stoel on British Prorlneee. sOAP. SOA....·)P.····· J. . LLES, Soap BrnaaftdareT Ocrne of SL Andres ond H-c-d etcelte, Now Odes" Omecond saolescsnnll (leelOn strett, .smer Btok P