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TlSDAY MORNIN( OCTOER 23, 166, n • :=:- - .. ... ---e:- -=7--=-: 1 ' w Orleans t laon glarhlet. e t;; Cn.5CI R YT sTIrK N9 as 1 CAe tfles r4 hModlay Evening, Oct. 20 1506. The most prominent feature of the movement Sin fiancial circles to-day has been still further h lluctuatiuns in rates of the precious metal, and in creasing depression in quotations of Foreign Ex- a change. The Gold market was inactive through out, and the only sales that have been reported in b an authentic shape are the following, viz.: $2000, $2000 andS$10;000 at 140.; $5000, $7000, $10,000, $13,000 and $19,000 at 146.; $2000, $6000, $8000 and $13,000 at 146(, and $5000 at 146d. Sales of Silver have been restricted to $1850 American halves at 132, and 1100 Mexican dollars at 146. i We now quote Gold at 146@$l146., American Sil- - ver coin at 1d7.5139, and Mexican dollars at 146t ,0147. Founca EXCnhneoxa-The movement in Sterling f and Francs has disclosed increasing weakness to day, despite the announcement by telegraph of advancing rates at New York; but this is exclu- a slvely due to the fact that the latter refer to pur chases for Gold, while the depreciation in that metal, as reduced to currency, has operated ad versely to the interest of parties who had to buy for the latter. The transactions to-dayincluded only the following, viz: £5000 Commercial Ster ling at 160, £2500 Clear Sterling at 156l , £4000 and - £1500 private at 1t7.i, 10,000f. private Francs at 3.55f., and 40,000f. and 65,0 00f. commercial do. at 360of. $Quotations this evening rule as fol lows, viz: bank sterling, 159106il0; clear bills, 150l;3,1.70t; bill of lading bills, 155@156; bank franes, 3.3353,.530, and outdoor francs at 3.62c547 Doiwan;Tr Excua.-;e-o-There is no material variliion of any kind to refer to under the above heanlin,:. Olcrlngehe ,ntiuuelight,and the deumand is of a very restricted character. Tie purchases byI banks and ankecrs to-day comprie- d only $9000, Id..L00a, .;3,00,hl and $;0,000 New York sight at ; ti' cent. disounlt: $33i,ii00 ten datys' do,. at 15-1i 'i! cent. li-.i.lunt : 010,000 and $13,000 ten days' do. at1 gi cent. discaunt:; $"l0i0 thirty days' at Ik eu cent. discount; $10,000 and $13,000 thirty days' at 17 .i ,'ont. dicsunt, sand 60,010a0 ixty days' do. at 2 't! centt. dIýscunt. We continue to quote New York l ghe at i :)l(;10 .. cent. discount at bank, and at ;., i- cenlt. discount in the outldoor mlarket. Ne-i-i::--i T n lor!c AND Si:ccarites--The move ment in t;he for,,er to-day was restricted to .30:.0 city of New Ocrleans notes at 9t,', while quota tions in te: latter disclosed unabated activity. The sales f iiestcks comprised 10 shares Crescent City Bank at 43; c do. at 43L1; 20 l,)uiiana State Bank at :e; I00 do. at 3:; 100 Union Bank at c33, and 50 shares MechI.ie,' andil Traders' Bant stock at ;l. iD,.':Unc oir BulOERs.--The only transaction re ported at the morning session of the Ir'ok:ers' S.Board to-tiny was c ishares Mechanics' andTraders' SIlank stohi k at 63. Subjoined are the operationc at che evening session, viz: 20 shares eity rail oad stdck at 2120 ; 10 shares Iank of New Or eano at 13I0 10 shares Crescent City Unank at 43; I shares Louisiana State Bank at 34l ; $750, $10O ad 02723 mixed Gold at 1t1t0: $5000 large at A4 i: ;1000 and $1000 at 14i6, and $500 at 147. Sricc.t-L IoseATCHEos.--The annexed private .elegrams have been received by some of our financial and commnercial friends to-day, and have been kindly handed to us for publication, viz: New York, Oct. 22.-Gold opened at 146.. Cotton market not opened yet. 11 A. .--Gold a1431. Cotton-demand moderate; prices firm at 391(;:2c. Sterling sight 10:lt@110t ; commercial 1 10s@1:10. 12 M.-Gold 1453. Cotton-demand fair; prices advanced to 40@42c. Sterling sight 10!o@110'; commercial 100 @1094: 5-20s 105$ bid; coupons 11405 t 14i ; seconld series 105$ hid; cou pions 110oill0.; third series 10iG106t; coupons 11ot@1lo0; new issue 10o@i10~ ; 10-40s, 100; 7-:30s, 10Go@l0g] 1. 1 P. n.-Gold 1451. Cotton firmer. 2 r-. .---Gold 1140. Cotton-demaind active at full prices. 4 P, .L--Gold 1464. Cotton closed firm nod quiet; sales 4500 bales. Conmuaerciui jntelligente. Cl. IECS-iOF()Cs NO. 91 gaCP S91R e, olnday d 1en1ng, Oct. V. L-d. COTTON-The market has disclosed increased firmness to-day, owing to tile upward tendency of pli,-es at New York. as advised by telegraph. fltferings were barely moderate throughout, and the tdemand, although at no time especially active, was steady and uniform from the opening to the elo.e of business. Buyers would have operated heavily at slight concessions or even at inside quo:tations, but factors could not be induced to give away, and in fact most of them exacted full outilde figures. The sales for the day have been * limited to 1t30 bales at fullprevious rates, and the market closed firm at Saturday's quotations, which we repeat as follows, viz: ordinary 31@ "1: ; good ordinary 34@35e.; low middling 3G( S3-.. and middling 39@0te. CO'PARATIVE RECEIPTS OF COTTON AT THIS PORT FOR THE PAST TWO WEEKS. O, o. 2d-hald............ IG't5 Oct. 13--bales.......... 1594 ,, 21--haIles ........... 210 ,. 14-bales.......... n348 . 2--bales........... 4351 .. -Ibanles.......... 2315 4621 0257 STATEMgNT Oa COt'ON. SitarL n haOsd RNt lst. R6st-bals........... 102,139 ets vtd sinca e . aturday ..................... 4,561 ni-ecad prevsrloarly.......................... ,568i--56 129 ,lea rtnd since Saturday ...................... 4,372 aportiod arevisusly .................. . t........ 5,5n-2,95 Siek on ha and and on tboard nf clread... 95,310 SThe exports are 3210 bales for Havre and 1162 sales for New York. SUGAR AND MOIASSEB S--The receipts since laturday comprise 24 hhds. choice old Louisiana :ugar; no Molasses. The market has exhibited onsiiterable activity to-day, and there were sales -f 24 hhds. prime to choice Louisiana Sugar at :c., and 20 hhds. yellow clarified at 16.f@17. .l b., and some few retail parcels at 11ti@12t; for ommon 13@14c., prime 15t1l6c., yellow clari led 1l;@17c., and white do. 17@17ic. ii Th. In itolasses there is very little doing; in fact the 1stock is very light, although the new crop is soon 2lhooked for. It is however quoted at 58@60c. for lots, and retailing at 65@(70c. g1 gallon. Toencco-The market still rules very quiet There hasbeen some little inquiry for baling and for the city trade, but no sales of any importance have transpired. The stock on hand is quite small and does not offer any inducements for any very extended operations. There is no change in quotations, which we repeat as follows, viz: 3r @ Gc. for low refused light and heavy; sG@37c. for common leaf; 7-@9c. for fair do.; 0@olle. for good do.: 12@13e. for fine do., and 1t.@tGc. 11 go for choice selections. Lots for baling are held at 20@25c. il lb. IL.oroc-Tho market is almost entirely bare of the grades of fine arsl supelrine, with a fair in lquiry and prices are touding upwards. The higher classes are also in light supply with a decided isn proveennt in prices. Transactions to-day have been onelfied to ;00h barrel, of which 75 and 200 treble extra at $15; 125 double extra at $14. and 200 choice do. (a baker's brand) at d$1 75 1) bbl. Snperfis e is retailing at f12 75-@$13. CoL:s--Therle have been no receipts of this article for several days. This cause, together with aan improvement in te deoand, has caused prices to shoa, a decided im:provementin favor of holders. Sales to-day comprkse 3500 sacks, o which 32000 and 250 white in lots at 01, and 200 yellow ai the same price r buhiheol. Olro--Are in very light supply, but with only a li:ted delmanlld, but owing to the scarcity and the nonll arrival of fresh supplies, holders have been enabled. to reaiz e al advance of fully 2?. t bushel since our last. The tras-actions to-day embrace *r'o ad anIrM Asek-, at 60i. I, bussael. ias T--The narket continues very quiet but prices are unchanged. Sales are confined to 150 sacks at $1 40 per 100 lbs. IIaY-There has been quite an active inquiry noticeable for this article to-day at unchanged prices. Sales comprise 73 bales prime Ohio river at $28, 1000 round-hoop do. at $25, hnd 300 bales do. at $21 1 ton. Po.R-The market is still very quiet. The sup ply is not large, but is still amply sufficient for the demand, which is of a limited character. There have been no sales of magnitude to-day, but we continue to quote lote at $34 25 for choice mess, and retailing at $34 2503 bbl. BAcon-Shoulders are very scarce. There is, however, nothing doing beyond a retail trade at 18c. 0; lb. Sides are in fair supply but quiet at 1tc,. for ribbed and 19@19Dc. J b,. for clear do. Plain haems are selling at 20c., and sagar-cured do. at.23@25c. lth. LARD-We have no change whatever to notice in this article. The supply of tierce Lard is much in excess of kegs; but only a retailtrade is doing at 1lc. for tierces and 21c. 9lb. for kegs. Lots are held at 17kc. for the former and 204c. 9 lb. for the latter. WTInSK-Is in large supply, but only a small jobbing trade is doing at $1 80@$2 for Louisiana, and $2 25@2 35 for Western rectified. S STAR CANDLEs--The market has been quiet throughout, and the only sale reported was a lot of 200 Schaefer at 20c,. for 12 oz., and 25c. for full weight; 13 oz, are quoted at 21c.; and 14 oz. at 22c. IuntD BAeING--There has been some little movement in this article to-day, but full particu lars were withheld. Prices however are weak and unsteady at 31t:134c. 0 gallon. Dealers are supplying the demand for the country at 34Oc. for rolls and 36c. 19 yard for bales. BIALrERoEr--Is in very large supply, but dull at 15c.@tS1.c aor lots, and retailing at 16c.@1l04c. TIou TIE--Are in fair supply and demand at S11@12. apiece. Id (eNN BAtGs--Are in good supply but dull at 2<rd30c. apiece. SLSrm:IEst--Potatoes are selling at $2 firstname.lastname@example.org 03 bbl., green apples at $4 50@SG, eggs at $353@3s i bbl., small chickens at $1i6, large do. at SS -, dozen; turkeys at $314@30 0? dozen, onions at S2 5e.3.552 75 il bbl., and cabbagesaat $141@15 03 crate. t NAV L STOrES-Rosin is very scarce with a fair demand and prices firm at $S for No. 1, 0G 50 I'or No. 2 and 0$ 500Z.5 1, bbl. for common. Pitch is selhg ati $5 50$06, Tar at $S 50@$32 0 bbl., and Spirits of Turpentine at 75c. 03 gallon for lots and retailing at 80(035c. 5 gallon. There were sales Saturday not previously reported of 100 bbls. of Turpentine at 5Gc. 03 gallon. S OLs--Linseed is in fair demand at $2012 05 04 -gallon. Coal Oil is dull at .G5.,72c., and Lard Oil k at il 1l;si1 63 i. gallon. Iad AL--There is some little demand for Canada at $1 75@?2, and Western at $135$1 75 0 bushel. Hoars--There is a very fair demand for the new crop, which are selling at g5@370c. Bavaria is scarce at ,0c. iltb. SALT--I in fair demand,and prices firm at $2 40 iZ2 75 for Liverpool lue and $2 35:@2 50 for coarse in warehouse; $2 103@2 15 for thle former and $2@ 2 10 for the latter by the cargo. Woot--Is in light supply, and quiet at 15@15lc. for natural, 105@20c. for Texas A to 5 merino, 220_ S25c. for 4 to i merino, and 25r31c. for washed. BUTrEa AND CHEESE-Western Butter is in good e supply but quiet at 22@023c. for common, 255326c. or for fair, 27@229c. for prime and30@35c. for choice. e Northern is in light supply and firm at 40@45c. for fair and d46OO49R. 0 lb. for strictly choice. Cheese is selling at 15c. for skimmed, 213@22c. for il factory, 24c. for English dairy, 28@30c. for Stilton at and 33035c. for pine apple. t COFFrEE-Continues in fair demand at 19;c. 0 d lb., gold duty paid. Dealers are supplying the i demand for the country at 20c.@294c. ' lb. for good to primeRio, in currency. ) FREIGHTs-Are quiet, but firm and unchanged, s and rates are as follows, viz: lc. O lb.for Cot 00 ton, 90c.@$1 54 bbl. for Flour, by steam to New York ; 1.jc. 4 lb. for Cotton to Boston. By sail to New York and Boston, hc. 03 lb. for Cotton, on and 75@S0c. - bbl. for Flour. By sail to Liver pool, 9-16@Bg d. o-. lb for Cotton, and l1c. .3 lb. for Cotton to Havre. The steamship for Liver pool is loading at id. 3 ib. for cotton, and .5s. °0 hhd. for tobacco. J4rrn-o. 0 Otr. October 23. 1006. Arrived yoeterday--10r Texas Beeves. Sold- 110 Texas Beeves, 177 Calves and Yearlings, 23 tiogs, 21 Sheep iand 14 Mitch Cows. Stock on Sale-1225 Texas and 21 Western Beeves, 914 Calves and Yearlings, 19 1Hogs, 4816 Sheep and 40 Mitch Cows. We quote: wSen .-or a. os, e l . ................ - - etsr Beos, 2d qoalilty, net .............- 115- Te-o Beeveso, crhoie, heald ..................... . 0.0.a O rear. Cttle, d quality, d ead. ..... ..... 0 35 () eias Cattl*, d qslity. he ..................15 6 2 00 , gronss ....................... .. - 111-4- 15 Storbk I og, r gros, ............................. - - - T rp ilots,20 head ............................ . 3250 425 ie:ole osheo, .htocd .l t.. . . -- - Te hoeP hoead......................1......0 4 325 25 holcad Wseoeh n Tr h ed ...............0ln ... - 9 i to It oo , o lev , i he d ...................e...0 00. .0 d eiloh Cowns,t hand ....................... 5 00 W 80 Teas Co w th le ........................ . 12 00 25 00 e rl , ad ............................. . . 7 .% 14 Cl l h ..... .......................... .... 7 12 00 A SEtnSIntL DEl:T.--o.he Hon. R. W. Johnson, long a senator of the United States, and after wards of the Confederate States, from Arkansas, has commenced the publication of a paper called "The Conservantive," in Little Rock. In his ini tiatory address to the public, Mr. Johnson says: To the profession of an editor, I am new. Its labors I know are arlduous, and often most pain ful, as well as difficult, They may not be thoroughly perlortmed, I know, except by a mas ter who writes with some practice, the most va. ried information, the soundest judgment, and readiest pen. The calling is one most eminent for good or evil, the profession is most honorable and responiblet and as we have all seen, in addition to severe constancy of labor, is atteoded with un lappy conflicts of interest and opinion, as well as many serioes personal troubles. I therefore enter the professional circle, I trust, with a reasonable share o lhumility. * * * In tie maturity of years, if not already old, I find I am compelled, like hundreds of thousands of Southern people, to resort to my personal Ia hors for a support for myself and family. By the legitimate losses of the war, nad the active ope rations of a few unscrupulous men, who sided 1 with the federals, I am leftwithoat other sufficient gmenans to do so. e* 0 * Of myself, it may he proper to say, I have as good right to enter this business, and as fair claims, personally, to expect tile support of Arkansas, as any one olse, perhaps; and I shall deprecate amongst no, the beginning of enmities or personal abuse. M1y object is to make a living; and I am free to say, it is done is this way without any per sonal ulterior lpolitical object. I am no candidate for any political office, andl I will not consent to I becomesucclh. My career, politically,had reached ,its natural end, lwhen tile Southerneause fell. We lhave accepted the situation-we must, and will he faithful. It is honest to be so. Bult we are not slaves--we have rights, and will onaintaia them. A NECGRO lOiY WITl AN iNTERoESTING tIISTOnY. Thoe lostoou Clhristian IlRegiter says a little boy 10as boaptized on Ounday afternoon, at tlhe churclh ill hnlliana place, lBoston, whose history was inter Sestilog. Alter Jefflerson IDavis was taken preisooer, Irs. IDavis sent thio little colored boy (almost whlite. bhowever, about seven years old, to Gen. Saxton, withl a letter, in wlhich she told him thi: estory. Site soid that il 1861i, passicg a house in SRlichmond, she heard a child secaml, and going in touult tlhis chld, whose motlher was a free colored wvo1n: u, All" left hinl at her death il care of otlhrr who il!-treated hi10. [rs. Davis salid she ttook tihe childl Ilome, cool they all became very fond ol him. StIIc shlared th.cir fortunes and mislQrtlnes, :rnd when obliged g , ftoy froly fu l1icellllnld thOey took hhn with thelm. She I iloeuted (tel. Salxton to treat lilo well, OCOl ilil.olo o nolt nece-slry to osay tie did. 11ut when G10el. Saxton was remnloved from the de partnlelt, le t ave tche chldl to the care a ' o0 e of the teacells of tile educoational commlissioo, who has broughot hiNrth. ---- . EGLith C00.0.--Thenic 0 a touc t itoe peoballe xl0\la.0onl ol the Englilsh coal lields is ssbolidinO, an the peolel o have1 b1eeo'; conlvinced that tle oat i nl0ot 0l, tt d 1 oand .lill not I)boo fr soerll ,.lI g0ne0'atoo-ou t, eoo e. 'floe diocooery ,r new 100 SveOl,: t ýhro,,-hire lo.s al-o added 1 0u111 li10 cot 0 li'.l Ce 0 ,01 the sle.o ct. (I4R)(:I;1lIS ANDI) PROI)Ur(:C . TATE A CO., K WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MER CHANTS, Corner New Levee, Common and Fulton streets, New Orleans. ALEX. J DYAS, fth old hoteef Dtas& Co., Is ith s, ITI and will be gleaned to serve hl. old friends and tuiomere. 7ATE R CO. _OTT, WOOD) d CO. (\V. B. LOTT, Madlison co.--C. W.WOOD, Canton, Miss.) Wholersle Grocers, N COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I Common and 16 Canal street.. lajor O. C. Sebatian lam charge of our sales department. MILLIKEN &t BHINOIEB (R. MILLIKEN-M. D. BSINGIER.) Sugar Brokers. AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 21 Canal street New Orleans. 0AMMACK & SQUIRKre , WHOLESALE GROCERS, 21 New Levee and 19 Fulton Street, Between Oravier and Common streets. Pork, Ploour.LardSugr Molasses,. Coffee, Salt, PFne Wnes, Liquor, Tobacco And CIgrs o..toantotlyonhandn qn.Sntltles tGupt purchasers. Orders For plantation mupplles carefully put up. City orders for famlly s.pplises soltttd. ! R Qe . GARNER & co., (J. 0. GOODRICH, H. L. GOODRICH, 0. a. AILEY.) WHOLEBSALE GBOOB Commission Merchant, NO. Sm (IOMMON AND 44 CANAL STREETS. J " W. GOBLEE, WHOLESALE GROOER C ommriion Merehnnt. NO. 7 FRONT AND SAND 10 FULTON STREETS, New Orleanns. V 1DR WILLIAMSM, WHOLESALE GROCER, SNew Levee, 45. 47, 49 and 51 Gravier street, NEW ORLEAVF1. BID WELL, PAYNE a CO. (H. BIDWELL, E. C. PAYNE, JNO. N. PANE [1 WHOLESALE GROCERS, AN DEALERS IN WESTEREI t PRODUCC, Nos. 83 aond Si Tehoupltoolas sreet, S NeO Orletos. L. WOoH, RIRCKETT a 40O. t (B. H. WOODB-WM. R PICKETT-MIKE L, WOODE SS Commerce Street. COLARK, STEWART A BIBB'S OLD STANDS) MONTGOMERY, ALA. o Wholestle and RetaOi Grocers, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND COTTON BROKERS. A JreyHarrl; H, W. Frrls a Co.; Battle, NoblO & o.; SCol, . .. Nixon,and tel. D. B. Penn, New Oleasns. 0 S. U5A, SRENI AND MOLAS.ES- I i reseent ilty Sugar ReHnenw. DOUBLE-REFINED LOAF, T UT-LOAF, CBUSHC. 1 --And POWDERED SUGAR . WHITE and YEto.OW CLARIFIED SUGAR, i. GOLDEN SYRUP, FAMILY, STYU - SUGARHOUBS, --And REBOILED MOLASSES, Lu0 st ann and West Indle 1o SUGAR and MOLASSES, Pot Wei by A . Thomson At Co. S Tehonmtonlas street' C. T HEODO1EOI P EELLE, WHOLESALE DEALER IN LANquors and Wioness Id 4 TCHOUPITOULAS STIREET, N ew Orleans A. " B 'MEZA., OOMMISSION MERCOHANT, Importer of Cuba Produce. or -Also. Delerin S LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSES, Otse, No. 10 st. Louis stoet Lonilaena and Cabs SBugr and Moltsse always on hand to suit purehasers. Il 1WISCELLANEOUS. CO AL.....L.......... COA..................COA L. ].(YES LOGANY· T. J- IARRELI. I.OGAN A FRRELL. DeIlersIn PiSeb(nrS .,S E.ggUL Canned. AND ANIIIRAEINtE COAL. Ofcbe, No. 10 BR oo... .roea, .e.r O~nd. Yad, 261 51,2. zinc, near Poylarre street. Staaatars 1 ltots Foundlrries, Cotton Presses, and Families, .aplplied at the lowest mnarket price. E. EICHARDI, BILLIARD TABLE MANOFACTUREB 100 St. Ann . treet, Betweuen Burgundy and Rampart straits. NEW OBBLp.Bo NSt Ablys on han d Marble od Slate Bed TABLES. wi th lbs'. agOh and Ds.Iooa' PATENT OROHIOND. Aiso ali ether "cles to hi. It..in D. DE HAVEN do CL'., GENERAL COMMIIOSION, RECEIVING AND FOR WARDING IERCRUANS, And Agent. for slat. lliretnrera and Paekrers, NO. 199 1:RAA'IER OT1lEEr, NEW ORLEANS. HJ Ro~ous No. 4. lop 061nirs THOMAS T. IOLLIO. ý PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BROKER, No. 74 Carondelet street, N w Orl0an0s, JACOB OTT, CARPENTER. SpBsil attention gIven to REPAIRING of STORES mid DWELINGS. CISTERNS MADE AND REPAIRED. ,'Orders leftI at 26 TsiolRC Cie, or at L. DURAND, car. Tier Toulouse and Chartres streets, promptly attended to, BOAT AND OAR DEPOT. F. A. TRAYER A CO., -DEALERI PI Beats and Oars of all Hinds, 251 Front street, (New Trrvaa 1PETER FOBSSEN, STALLS MOE. 1 AND S ST. MARY'S MARKET Ships. Staeamhips an dSteamboas. Sppiie., and I. now prepared to Ish R is old ISiends s.d usRtomer itlh svoySthtln In the meet tre at his aod sll,. If GR.iners OFFICE SOUTHERN DRY DOSE COMFANY, No. MR C.ro.,delet StreeS, qeRse Canvas an ý rlavtr ·tesr. as stair.. R. UMATON, AHHITECT NO. 75 CAMP STREET, (Entrnsce on NEERhes street, over Home InsuRaIE ODE.. Design1 made for city and RRntry bGIIdingS, . ail kI nd., and for iprosing Parks and PI,1are Grounds, with r,5651t1 Ipe cllcatlonofor each. Alec, detailed specificatons for sltersatin,,nd repais,.Sksr with ar witboot aoartutnodonca. L. WALKEIR & oSO.- w NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS, SNoe. l6lRIn stre1 t Ro 56 Second street. Louisvlle, 17. Are Apgents' f all Newspapers in the United States sod Briti.D Provinca. SOAP.................SOAP.............SOAP SJ. 0. KfiLLER, soap MIan1teRSet55D Corner of St. Andrw and rdRr1 streetS, ew OGOrssom S OfIrs, and saleoom l s. Ilr,,,s. strait, Darner Ban, Pia,, THE TS REAT EFFPIVACIOUSNMS9 OF Meosss. Grimoo0lt S Co.'s Iodized Syrup o Horse Rod is h.-'Phi, lodizd Syrup 616 olorse Hndil, of Mess.s. 1rim6,1 k: Co., Chemists to It. I. Il PIrince Napoleon-, at Paris, is slwayspair ecellncI 61 Led IIinna to Rod ive01o1,. and the best ttreatment to follo in Lympha~tic and Scrofulous "T".· 5 ti6neas Ioe as in lo 0101165 1106IIRldibs'les. ThRs'6blir ill tihereioro sead with great interest the analysill RI his n medicine, b} I'rof1.slr '.,161,hi, exrac.ted from the Chemists I JournJ, at Vienna, as rell aI tihe IhReo r Idrescd to MasI,.. S d lrimSlt ho., I y his Eoollian,.y the SreooI Emba,,s,,II n Vienna, S066Srmiug the high rosDIutioi of lhia learned Doctor. SIt is Ha follows: i. "IGi ,,o.lt' Iodied Syrup of IIforse Raldislh is not it a ree 1 es',61.,Ientary and tie state, but in the 1I ataoi,6I Id hdr , acid, uandl of ..tunmic comblination siuljhr to the iodine contained to Cod Itver Oil. t (jilgnlle, 1nc26, KaVif.I SI, Chemical, Aniyzer to the Law Court IIt VInn,, IHospits Chemist. L and IIt, o WIlRRR, PrfeIors of Chemistry. FRIIo EEaoSY AT VIEsI, 8 Viennad, AoRIt 13, 166O. Messrs. OtRmant 0 Co., ChestoI at Pl.26. In rept, to the letter you addressed to his ERIRelleIS the Emb-o,,r., I have, the ho,,,r to Inform s'o that Profes65r EIliii is itman f1 high sltoding atH 0inn1 that he i, o.o6,ally much tlaooL of, nd 10161 for .Le of1the beal IohemiII In (6Ir61ny. IO,.."FT, Ooosol S and AttaPhl to thA ,O. O 06 General Perott in Parts, it GRIMAULT A: CO.'S, 43 roc Richeieu. 1a ,aw 6.00rl6.c,. OEOI)NiE, DELOIE O RIILLOT, And at eve61 good CheO1isi S. AT'TORN AS AT LAW. ( KELLY * HOWE- I (HENRY B. KELLY; WE. W. IIOWE,) Attorneys at Law, STORY BUILDING-Corner Camp and Common SBtreet, NEW OoLtea,S L.l Refer by Permisson to: The National Marine and Fire It a.ence Co., New Orleans. lessrs. Lee Craudall & Co. New ,rlenn. Meere. Eaton A BRrrtow, New Orleans. Joa.eh Cl.,, Eeq., President C. R. R. Co. Hoe. Ohare E. Hooker, Attorney General ofMissl.lippL E. N. Goatcheau, Esq. New Orleans. A. E. Tracey, Esq.. Yi bile. B. R. PORMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 46 Carondelet street, New Orleans Kentaeyi Commissioner. C JAMES R. CURRELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, T ................ R oyal Street.................. . H. c. MYERS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Natehltoehes. La. Partletular attentiol pd to the Collection o Claim. PrCee rice In the Courts of Rlpiden, WinB. bine, Caddo and De Soto. Refer to L. oDuplex, editor of Natchitoches Time.. BONNER, GOOD & DILLINL&MAM. CJ. M. BONNER, E J. GOOD, J . P. DILL.INGHA1 . Attorneys at Law, (OVER CANAL BANK,) oIA et orede AO n cEEA, eeA Iee, oweG , Will prectlcen 'he Courts of New Orleans, and gtive trict et. tentlon to any buinest entrusted to them. In connection with e reliable Attorney et W et. ltot, they will prepare ad prose. cue claims aetlinst the Govetement. ORERLEAD 6, TBRIGG, .,,(CHASB. S. MOREHEAD, WYNODHA B. TRIOOGG Attorneys at Law, GREENBILLE, MISSISSIPPI, tHaveasoctatteSthemtelvee to prtlle their professon in the countiese ot Wabhigton, TBnica, Coahome, Bolivar, Iesaquena and Warren. E. M. UJDKON- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Omee, SS Camp Street. Businees for him, during any temporary absence, left with Mern,. Clarke Baynle, will rcelve proper attentlion. CCLLOM m THORPE (E. NORTH CULLOM, B. B. THORPE,) Attorneys at Law, MARKEVILLE, LOUISIANA. Pr-ctlee in the Courts of Avoyellet, Pointe Coups¢ and Rl the to Refer to the Proprietor of the Creascent. GIBSON & AUSTIN. (R. L GIBSON, J. E. AUSTIN.) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, 100 Common street, opposite City Hotel, New OrleRs. HaYS, ADAMS. a n.OIE, (HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, E. WARREN MOISEJ Attorneys and Connselors at Law, Office, I1 St. Charles street-Second floor. SMITH & EALSET (JAMES B. SMITII, Cintoa; J. IH. HALSEY, Point 0eupe5 Court HoUo,) Attomseys-t-Law. Have formend partnhp, and will practice thSiLprofialon in the courts of the Seventh Judicial Oistrict.! SHELDON & PAEDEE, 0.. A. SHELDON, DON A. PARDEE)J ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ( 18 Ut. Charles Street, New Orleans. RANDOLPH, SINGLETON ARgDIE- (WLLIA . RANDOLPH, CHARLES B. SINBLETON, JOHN W. HANDIE,) Attorneys and Countelors at ,Laws. Comer Camp and Natches streets, Over Home Mutual Insurance Company, 78 Samp te, NEW ORLEANS. aHR d. FOUITE (a . MAR, M. A. FOUTE, 0. W. H. MARE,) Attorneys at Law, 38 Uslot s.SM. M. A. OUTE. Commissloner of Mleoieippl. I._UMPHIIE Y ARSHLALL. COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, OHOe, No. II Crondelet street, New Orlesns, Loassltns Will prsctice Lw In the Coarts of New Orleans, and NwI, attend to the preparstion otI sim to be deotded stWaS. p C. FOx, !r ATTOLNEY-AT-LAW Ne. 184 Grovler stre., New Orieans, JOHN E. HOLLAND, ATTORNEY ALD COUNSELOR AT LAW. No. HRoysal street, (otOsnI'N tdI.sTts' sA), New Orlen0, Residence. No. 75Hotsatal street HARRSON a HIINTON. . . 0. HARRISON, THOMAS HUNTON, Attorney at Law. Will practIle In .1a the Court of New Orleans, and svtS trict attention to any busoiness enotsted to the, In son. ountlion with a reliable Attorney at Washlgton , they wi prepare and prosecute eleim. aRainst the Government. Oplst tte t tra tor street. DUNCAN N. HENNEN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, No. ............Crondet Street ............ N Hs resumed the Practice of the Let. Hating. made professional conuecti0ns in the several Par. Inhee, will attend to Collections aud Claims in all the Parishes of the State ; also, to Claims ags nst the Government at Waa. ingtoo. GROCERIES. WINES. ETC. T. F. WAHER F LOYD. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 66 and @8 Oravler Street. New Orleans. C. H. MILLER & CO. Manufacturer of STEAM REFINED CANDIES, Importer of WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS and all descriptious of FIREWORKS, -ýln Agent for the Los Angelos, Cal., Wines. 0 and 52 New Levee street. corner of Nathe. - 4N . OILHVIER STREET We ha Mnstntly on hand a Ine assortment WINES, BRANDIES, B LIQUORSB td CORDIALS, ad And Faney Orocerlee. 'l Whch we offer for sale at lowest market rates. S AY A MACMURDO, IMPORTERS, Wholesale and Retail N ine Wine., LiquR.es, Ete. 0d Nt. I UNION STREET. lEDI a DAMMRON, S (iC. LEDIO, H. DAMMRON.) W.leriale Grocers and Dealers In eieneos Perovlus., Ofgarst, Eobaee. WINES, LIQUORS. ERO., No. 7II POYDL LA STREET, NEAR NEW LEVEGE, n L. ED'1JWA 0iU) iONERT. IF WHOLESALE GROCER, td Com.teslon and Forwardlin Merehant altn dDelrs ia Foreign nsd DomeSStl Lquoser A nt U or MAy CellEna & Co.'sR I SPHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTFC. -No e [ l Ales In FPore -r and oldest S (A y the Ck, Pi Bael or BottlWy) St TTLING HOUSE 2 AND 23 BIENWVLLE TREET.A S WVholesale Depot, 22 w Levee streett . New Orles, LFFE ,, AN Shipping orders promptly attended to, COMMISSION-- PIORLWARI)DIN( . ALLEN, WAYNE & CO.- L (J. F. ALLEN-C. 0. WAYNE,) Forwardlng and CommlIston Merchants, C -And- GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS, Or< -ro New Orleans and Mobile Line Stamer from New Basin. New Orleans and Mempblh Stamers. New Orleans and St Loas Steamers. New Orleans and Ginelnnatl Ste.mers, Memphis and Aranu Ltne of Stemers. O fflee-w NATCHEZ STREET. New Orlens. 18 . DOWD, COMMISSION MERCHANT, a No. 110 Poydras street, gO NEV ORLEA.S. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Consignments of Cotton and other Proaue, to my friend,, SPOFFPPORD, TILESI ON & CO., New York; C. GRIMSHAW A CO., Liverpool. N L, RIOBINSON, 5 PURCHASING BROKER FOR N( Sagar and Molaeses, on Levee, Plantatlon and In Store. Oee--CORNER CARONDELET AND GRAVIER. YERINS. SWESON & CO. (WM. M. PERKINS, NewOrleans, 8. M. SWENSON, N. Y., lte Austin, TeL, D. L. LERNION. New Orleans,) General Commlulon Merchants. Ne. 48 Crondelet street, corner of Union street, New Orleans. INDEPENDENT THROUGH LINE I AGENCY. - C MITCHELL, RUTLAND & CO. (LNte JAQUESS, MIT. CHELL & CO.,) BENJ. E. MITCHELL, of Noe Orleans, JOS. P. RUTLAND, Mobile, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, - SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT . I AGENTS, A No.84 Commerce street and 82 Front street MOBILE, ALA. E . W.* AIAS., COMMISSION MERCHANT, M AUes d'Orleans, Bordeaux, France. th RC.WI s--Sor.o. . M. Conrad, Pya.., HonegtIn A Co,. W. H. Avery, Gen. D. W. Adam,, Henderson & tarne.. J. d7. Burbridge, Boutigny 8 EscIapon, J. W. Zacharli and J. o. Nxou." MARTINEZ a PALACIO (FPO. PIZABRO MARTINEZ--ANTONIO PALACIO.) C)omtulmon Merchants, N 198 OGAVIER STREET, waw Ontas. DILLINGBEAM a DEBLOBI (C. DILLINGHAM-JOHN DEBLEIR SBee.ors to Weed, Witters & Co., Commiaslon Lerchants and Wholesale .erocer Nos. 7, 9, 11 and 18 TchopttoClas Street, New ORsn..I G. L. ROUND a 0BM., (G. L. KOUNS, BEN. B. KOUNS.) General Commission HerchansN WHOLESALE GROCERS, N FANCY GROCERIES, BOAT AND BAR STORER No. 59 Common st-eet, les Orle 0. on olletlon C ieiNgnments to Sell, and Orders to Puhse rom the Levee, eolletted. PrtBcarI attention given to Receiving and Four ing Libersl OCh AdaneeC m.ade on Consignments. WHITEMAN BROTHERS, (o. P. WITrEMAN, H. C. WHITEMAN, E W. WHIT MAN,) S (EM ImnuI a, Recelivln and Forwarding N Me.ahnts, Wholemleand RetoB Denler in GROCERIES, WSTERN PRODUCE, LIME, C MEIr NAILS, Etc., Bayou mars. La. P HW vg reenm budlness at their old stand, repetul y sollt a renewsl of former patronag. A. gTEWwAR a co.- _ (ANDREW STE.ART. J. Vl A,) .asmn letda and aorwardlng Merehant. -Dener Ih- BOAT STORE8 AND PLANTATION SPFPER No. t Pten (or Nw Levee) street, comrer of anR s, (OPmSn.om a OCuM Hoesm,) New Orleans, La. Rsot attention paid to the ale and Storege of a k&nds of Podee. Liberal 0Ch Advaces made on Conalgmeate and promptreturns. Alsoe, Agents for the Red River Eprs. SMITH . CA1yI. (J. PINCOREY SMITH, Carroll pasrh; JOHN L. CARE, Madison parla,) Commielon Merchants and PurchasLna Agents, S0 Oyrd S5Rase, New Osesae,. "Crth'Advanees made on one.iInmentis. JOSEPh H. OOLEMBSI, (LATE OGLESBY A MAOAULAYJ Cammslelon Merchant. NO . 70 AND 72 TCHOUPITOULEA RSTRET, M 'h .T*IE BROTHERCIS COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. AS Broad Street, New Yark. COuh advanes ade on shipments to the aeov hoet by JOSEPH H. OGLESBY. e6, 70 and 72 Tyhoeptloelae .trete, BEN, TOLEDANO. COMMISSION MEROHANT. .e. 16 Yanon street, New Orleans. T. . NOEL., COMMISSION WRCusNE, For the sale of RRttle, Hogs, Sheep, Mules and Meree,, STOOK LANDING, NEW OLEANS. Satllsfacory ereRe nce sove. NaOWETH C OASEY a C., GENERALt COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 8A New Levee StreetS New CR5e,., iLL H. . NICHOL a 8 O. COMMISSION MERSHANTS, easersoes l o S. SICnoRS t oe., Galveston, Texas. BAMERT 8 MSCLURce WHOLESALEANDRETAIL SOMMISSION MERCHANTS Levee Street, Shreveport, La., Soelt Conalgnment of Cotton and Mereha.dl W HITTY 8 CO. HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION, Recelvlng and Forwardltg Merchants, And Trade Sale Aotioneprs DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE, No. 2 Levo street, Shreveport. Le. GENERAL COMMISSION AND LUMBER MERCHANT, Omee, No. 875 JIlla t., New Basnn. NEW ORLEANS. Special attention glve,. SBilder,' add Shippers' Orders for Lumber, Shlingle, rt e delivered at mills r city. SNQUOr5 , SerIll.RiM CrO.. (JAMES roQUOTD, CHRIS. MEIILE, H. INBAU J. T. AYCOCK, JOE GITZINGEI,) (Successors to C. Wilkin A Co.,) OOMMISSiON MERCHANTS, --FOR rm eels or- Cattle, h.r oned Sheep, STOuK LANDING, City of Je.erson, La. V. MIGNAN a F. LE.IORDSE- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS -or French Wines, Brandles, Sardines, etc., NO. 42 OLD LEVEE STREET. SOV'LL& .BAILEY. SHIP BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SCarondelet Street. J. F. LOVELL, formerly Baxter, levell A Go., New Orlen W. S. BAILEY. formerly Aiuoste ..drS A Co.. AtwerS. E(NS.NT TUEPIN. MANUFACTUREB of all kinds of FANCY CANDIES, IYRUPS, GiUM DROPS, JUJUBE PASTE and SUGAR . L ONDR l t nm ST EET .ON h LD ' 0, OE STREET, 5555130 St. Leuia aod Caoi, Now OO.un COTTON FACTORS, ETC. .OCOKETT & LOCKETT- G (. LOGKETT, New Orleans, W. B. LOCKETT, Mlsa,) Cotton Fators and ~Oammisoaln Merehanut No. 6 Carondeiet street, New Oehs.. Liberal uah advances on cnrmsignment made t0 onr &daU Ordenrs for goods promptly atteded to. GLENN, CHALMI..S a C4 ... (A.GLENN-A. H. CHALMERP--WM. REIDLCOMBE. G COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, Commtilon Merehants, 188........A.......GRAVIER STREET.............18 NNw oru.As. JOHN r. MANIGO .s CO- E -OTTON FACTOBS. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Co MERCHANTS, o. 64 Carondelet Street, up stairs, mmr Perdido stm. New Orlm . SPEED. BEIMEERSC CO., NO. 4. CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS. LA Cotton and Tobseeso FPatorf GENERAL COMMISSION MEOHRANTS, And Commerelal Ageats. HaLOW J.. PHELPS & .O., (HA.LOW J. PHELPS. of New easa ; 8. I BUOKNEI of Ketutoky.) Cotton Petoers -AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERMCHANTS No. 11 G.rel te... lhtw.ee Came. ad 8t SC sr N. 0 BUTT, FLASH . LYON- (J (CARY W. BUTT-WM.PLASHB-THOS. T.A. LYON. Cotton .aetors., Geeral CommStlom. FORWAREDING MERCHANTS, Comer Ceuondelet and Union .stet Now Orledm. Libel coash ades.an made on censignmentel to r addem Oroer for Goods promypty attendetl toe LOW'E BIGNON (B. . LOWE, s, Huantille, Al-.-A. E. BIGNON, ar with W. A. Johnson Co., New OreIOe) COTTON FACTORS, Seneral Commietoon oeTrhEntAs - 43 UNION STREET. NEW ORLEANS. OHu L. LEE . CO.. (JOHN k LEE, T. JONES STEWART.) Cotton Faetors. a 37 .P...Io SRman, New Oedsns. ALCUS, SCHEBRK .& AUTEY (owA.s ALas, IsltA SIHaur, 8. D. AUTEY,) COTION FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS We. 78 Carondelet streat. New Orleas. L. HOGAN .0 PATTON, W. H. HOGAN, late Yuo Coantty, MIu, JOHN' PATTON, New Orle0s, L,. ottoAn Faectwe GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWADING MENa No. 4 Carondelet street, up stairs. WARRHEN C AWFORD, IS. J. WARREN, T. w. ORAWFOIJ Seesson to Warren, 1Gmor. & 0., SOTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERONANTE No. 45 Carndelet Street New Orseem, IL m J . PERSON dr CO.. ,g 0oTroN FoTORS -A~nd- Oeml·nson ].Mew se. 10 Common sre Toi STV.NIEON d I*MY. EOHN A. STEVENSON. A. Ha MYT Cotton Factors GEN.REAL COMMISSION MEE.RCANT. No. Pesrddo stme WYOHEI m .ICSLBDSON (J. WYC ,H J. .RIBIARDSON. noeseMrs to Jo L Wyche aCe.) Cottoa Fators and Commalaon Merch.ate 41 8NION STREET, NEW ORLEANS JOHN PHELPS. Inoeeuor to Pheip J'aone,) oOTTON FAOTOR eneral Commission Irekhant. NO. GAREONDELET STREET, NEW.OMLNAIP. . B. TMULLIU, (SUCCESSOR OF TARLETON WHITING A TDLLIu Cotton Fastor. No. 38 PERDIDO STREET. NEW ORLEANS. S. WHITED A CO. (8.WHIMTD, . S. GIBBS,W. L. DRAPE, LS ORANDALL) COTTON FACTORS, General Commlsslon Merchants, 27 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS. HoWaED, PRESTONS . BASA ETT Cotton and Tobacco Factors --uco- COMMISSION HERCHANTS, 168 Common street, New Ocs.w., LA ADAMA, aD & A.PP, ADAMf, ofC Little oosk Ask. ; T. ýAFF. of T..& J. W. Gaff, Aurora, Ind. Cotton Factors and CommlSslon Menchankt NO. 40 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. EDE a.d PINeCHAISD (P. F. EDEY, WE, M. PINCIARD, JLJ Cotton Factors and Ocnersl commlsason Her. S eanta, No. 83 COMMON STREET. NEW ORLEANS. HEUNTINGTON a DIEOTREH (A. S HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.) Cotton Factors and General Comalslon Merehbuts, No. 9 NATCHEE STREET, NEW ORLEANS. oh .dadnce, mad asn aconsnment to our drus and to our iends in New York T 4 Liverp,,.,. T . MAXWELL * C0., Cotton FaetoSn,Seneral Merehand@l BBOKERS AND COOMMISSION MERCB ANTS, No. IS NaStehestreet, New Orleas La ROEMER. PuOTHROs si Co., (JOHN ROBBER, KosdoeISo MIn., N. B. PROTHRO, New S Oleans, Ls., JAMES 8. IOSSER, New Orlma, La,) Cotton .actors (laS aos n-r GEEREAL COMMISSION MERCH ANT oto OaoHootr. Ne. 5rlans J iB. POW ELL. Cotton Factor and Comtnealon Mechait 17 OARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS W. R. STUART, (late Stuart & James) CHALMERS a BOON (A. H. CHALMERS, U. B. BOON.) COTTON FACTORS And General Comss.leon Herchamta NO. 139 GRAVIES STREET. New Orlsean. HORRELL. OAYLE a CO. (B. M. HORRELL, J. W. lAYTE, J. a .ISENHOURS, COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMIMIS4IOO MERCHANTS, Mo. 107 Pey.ras Gree, EDWAR LD NALLEa & C0 COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT We. 190 Common Street. G tEORtGE P. OHDIREIS, OOHTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 172 Gravler street. UP STAIRS. T iOs. I. SCOTT A CO.. s THOS. C. RCOTT, of Cli-orno Parkh, La, JN)O. T. S[IR LEY, o' New ((rl.an.: S S. CEARD, or HlId. coutly MIiss; 5h j. S. D. OLIVYER, of Carroll pariah, La.) , Cotton PFactors B --AND- GENERAL COMMISION MIERCIIANTS, 81 Carondelet StreOt, NLS ORLEANS. COTYTON FACTOROS, TC. RGEENZ, OOLESBT CO. W. RB. GRENE & CO., ViJkb.,g, Cotton ..etor,. No. 37 PERDIDO STREET, S Now I0m, LM. g.-L,'V g . o. .--O D%-tNgF OILLU, P. W. RI NOLD)--Co.toa AMctono . rlad.nog d Commiaien MYhut. ynd Pareba~g Ag to, No. 199DDa. NEr s A1.L.O 0 OT L.BrLJ. N. aSLUA J eCotton LatoT. W. Bard.Wet Ba goa.p 0 12erorA.G. RA meIlT, NW. OR LEaN . <>t miw :Geno. rosso. m-et Yaws Ca( aH s.nne SW.CALLnOLL,.. BAOLI EAS d .CB. GEERAL C RCO -NON E K.. £6 .... dtd. .. tooUtct . u (BEG.ELCLAYO. PENORTOLAPW, J imRR Cotton Nateors and Cem .en. o 10 UNION STEERN, . ACE. LAViEU N. EAN (JAN. T. FACE . o O V R-W .)L B z.. Sotton oorsam GENRAL COMMISSION 3ERCANS, No......... ....Pr nd o BM M ........, ,,. NSw OXnu , LP J. GARRARD . C N (EO AYMCLPP,EDGOARMEOJ SJooR,10.oad Cotton Fste Coton eolro t ,, 50D COMI.ON MBRCE3T, No. O Unio stret, L SLAC LAVDELR O CO p COTTON FACTOR And Genn mlo-- --Mea (JAESS. T.1FM.9TO, VGRAMERB ,R Sb ,)REt.o or Gotto n tsd TObdenertaeo.n, S No........... . 1 nt ................ o t NEEO OR. AEVLL,. r Cotton Falotorme ANED COMMISIO MERCHANlT, No. Uo, 4, Un 1 on t et. 1 N C OAle..S. L. COTAN HAILTON CTO CO. Commnd enerlo Menmton Merant.. No. 196 CoRAIER STRE.T, SVE T. LO J S, MO JOII, O N N Jt, WILIAE Cotteon eetert, H NO. 8 T UNION STR&, Naw em. NEW 0.c,"& SEYMOU. TARdEGUHOR) 00.. (S. SEYMOUR, New Orans ; . J. YAJ.BBOUGE, M ield, La.; JOHN WHITWORTS, De Sote paahy l. COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS8 General Coammmaton MeehMata, No. 67 Caronelet strat, Now Orlems, La. , E. LEVERICH COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR, * GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 16 UnToa Street, NewOrlea La.u Mr. Wx. E. LEVERIC hlaMs duly athoridAMet. MONROE & REDDINGOTON. (JOHN T. MONROE, THOS. REDDINOTOF Cotton Factor an d Generaa ComlSdau Merehoata. No. 3 Carondelet reeat, corner of Pedido istrn . eesnta for Winter & Co's celebrated Saw Miltd tahe Tagar Iron Work,, Richmond, Vs Throtlph ea O1fmt, IAneruey & Co., New.York . STEWART, GALBREdATH A & INE (ANDREW STEWART New Oa~oas--WM. STEWART W. . . oALBREATh1JoHN C. FIZERB Mamp Cotton Facto"r GENERAL C01MISSION MERCHANTS No. 0 Union street, New Orleam. GALBREATH, STEWART CO (W. N. GALBREATH-WN.. STEWAST-JNO. C. gFIZ Memphis; ANDREW STEWART, N. O.), Wholesale Grocer, and Cotton NFae No. 324 Front stret, Maemphbi, Tern. pARHAM *d BLUNT (JNO. G. PARAM, o f New Orleans; BEVERLY BLUT, of H,1d countIy, Mte.sailppL) COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND PURCHASING AGENS, No., . Carondelet Ltreet. New Odeansi La. WOODS, MATTHIEWS CO., COTTON FACOTORS General Commlssion Merehanuts 100 POYDRAN STREET, NEW ORLEANS. LiL H.VON PRUL. Js.. Caoa COTTON FACTORS AND' COMMISSION MERBBCHAINTS 1)9 Poydras Street. New Orleas,. La. Liberal cM advances made on Stblp.nt toiAdr onoa a St. LoaL,,N.. H. Von Phdl, Bons &Go. BROOKS, MACDONALD . C0,. (JAS. . BBROOKS-HUGH MACDONALD-I. H. IaGAT Cotton 'actors --ur-. COMRISSION MERCHANTS, Cash Caeondelet traeet,e New Orleana td·vanee.a.t made on conalgnmsana JAR. Co'UNOLY - 0o.-NO. S6 POYDRA astreet. Nw Odaans, La. LIVINGSTON, FOX A CO No. 88 ibarty atret, New YorG, Ootton Paetors and General Commrlaia Merchants. Liberal Cash Advances made on Cotton end othe Pnada consiagned to ueaor toou fend at LiverpooL Jaum OS noly, John Fox . T. LIagngton, S E. H. Harrm. SAM DE BOW * CO. COTTON FACTORS AN~COMEISSION MERCHRAI 11S0 Common street, cor. ot Carondelet BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ETC. B . NEWHALL Commiesion Dealer in Boots and SRIa No. 3 OLD LEVEE STREET, Betwee Customhusea and Bieon NRw GataSR LA. E. MARQU.EZE, WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS AND SHOE, 5 Canol IStreet. Particular attentln paid to planeton orderB JON M. GO1OULD, AGENT- BOOTS AND SHOES AT WHOLEBRAI No. 1 Magaalne Strset. NEW ORLEANS . HATE TAOLS , SMERCHANT TaIS, No. 18 C1rondelet Street. (Between O.rondelet and St. Chalesltrue~) New OrleMa