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WEDNIESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2t, 1866.
.tu e Orleans Non.t Market.
CcrcrcU. /)rricm, No, 94 CAMP sTam t,
lTou.la) Eveoing. Oet. 23, 1800..
The cold market has been unsettled again to
day, and the movement has been of an unusually
restricted character from the opening to the close
of business. There is a barely moderate demand
for the interior and for Custom House purposes,
while the supply is quite Ihmited and is apparently
daily diminishing. Tile only sales that have come
to our notice in an authentic way to-day, were
$3500, $5000, $10,000 and $20,000 at 146; $1000
mixed, and $3000, $7000 and 12,000 large, at 146t;
$2000 and 05000 at 1400; $6000 and $9000 at 14t6;
and $1000, $3000 and $5500 at 14t.c. Sales of
Silver comprised $300, $800 and $1200, American
halves, at [email protected]; and 2200 Mexican dollars at
14(d. We now quote Gold at 146.}f146d, Ameri
can Silver coin at [email protected], and Mexican dollars
at [email protected]
FonaEoI ElcuANoE-Tue tendency of boutl
Sterling and Francs is still in favor of buyers, and
rates have receded to-day in unison with quota
tions at New York. The market was more amply
supplied than heretofore, but the demand exhib
ited no animation whatever, and the following
sales, which include the total operations for the
day, were ellected at a decided decline as compared
with previous ruling prices, viz: £6500 commer
cial Sterling at 1355, £2000 and £3000 do. at 150,
£1000 private do. at 1561, £5000 do. at 1506, and
£3000 hank Sterling at 135. Sales of Franes in
eluded 10,000f. and 1;,000f. bankers' at 3.55f.,and
10.1i,000f. commercial, in several lots, at 3.02½.
The ruling figuires thio evening are, for bank
Sterling. 1370135; clear bills, 155 ,15t ; hill
of lading biiils, 1.2131; bank Francs, [email protected]
3., and, outdoor Franes at 3.0.3.57,.,
t) lco)I crse Excieaiie-Operations under the
above heading lave di-hc-led no variations wohat
ever since our last. The market has been but
very poorly supplied at, ts:at, and the dlennd was
of a relticeted character from the olening to the
close of b:acineas. The only sales of which relia
ble report, havrebeen made were -30,000, $31,000,
$33.i00 and 500,000 New York Sight att . ceteat.
dicoint : 0Q0,00 Boston do. at 13-10 i cent. dis
coct: "10,00i) and $15,000, ten dayso' Sight on
New York at 1 cent. dlscountt; l10,00 thirty
days' do. at 1.,' 0 cent. dicount: ndt .22,(1000 do.
at 1 t, cent. discount, Ilate are still unchanged.
however, and we therefore repeat (t,:-ill: 0 ' l cent.
di-coun at Bank, and .,( i:i r ,lent. discuunt out
of doars, for Sight Checlks on the Northe:rn
l:cnar-;:cn NOTE- AND SECLc::TITr.-ThIe m:vc
t:enlt ic th tlerrce is -till of -a restr tcted character
nnd th, ..,ties to-day ceo pl ied only e3000 and ?501.0.
City of New (r11-ans n, tec at ad; and 7X000 Loi
siana S'ate note', at :,3p,. per dollar. The love
,t in -eriths is v,ra y active and the sales out
of d,,ors to-day ina!tuled 50 shares Louisiana
State Bank stock at :l,100 do. at 33:: 1:3
shares :.af Company at l,, and I and 110 do. O
private termn: 1: 1hares City Railroad Company
at 212, and 20 do. on private termsc ; 20 do. Bank
of A.1.:rica at 110: .0 shares Mechanic" andli Trad
ere' Bank at -041 ; 21i shares Crescent City liank
at 01: and 200 do. in two equal lots at 13., and iel:
shiares ouisiana State Bankat 35.
tlcaAn or Bromeas. - There has been an
incrcased ovement at tile Broker' Board to-day.
as may be inferred from tile subjoined statement
of actual operations, viz:
MORNING RESSION.
9, :sares Gs (:mnpanr St rk at....... .... .... ll,!
t- olareJ ,eehar nif ao d Trn der Bauh .............. til
S-hares Louininn a ,tntt Iemk ............ ........ :S. S
..:t oli t, m Tli cet rleneo Neote .at...................... e9
$olcd) G t to l..... ; ... . ......................... I
YVENINIG SESSION.
,- .hi res Ja cki on Railroad St: ck .................... t l o t
a sharev ', ,'rscent 'itny Rank ...................... 43
erotic) r elt r New Orleans Notes .. ca.. ......... ..... .. is`
A2Nr } .. ................................ .........
S::a.IAL DIsPITCUES.--The subjoined private
telegrams, which have come to hand to-day, have
been kindly placed at our disposal, viz.:
fNi, YO1R', Oct. 3.d-Gold opened at 1eil`. 11
A. v --(;cld, 14.07-Cottln inactive, with prices
dro,,ping. at :ti0l,(h 1--lrxchtan tg, derlinedl--Sighlt
3_--(;old, 14,;--Cotton dall, holder s axioius to
G;old, l3;--C.ottou dull, with a downward tel
dennyv.
ICouunercia ntelligence.
C"I"SPrx T Orl1i. .o. 911(.-dP STIrR.PF.
Trrrl ray Evrnr.ing, Oct. 23, 5,6.
Corros-The mnrket has been languid to-day,
owing to the depressing character of the New
York advices, and to the downward tenldency of
Foreign Exchange. Offerings were very light
throughout, however, and with only a restricted
demand from the opening to the close of business;
sales have been linited to 170l bales. Prices
are weaker, inasmuch as those who are com
pslled to sell cannot realize better than previous
inside figures, but there is no quotable decline to
notice, as a large majority of factors refuse to
mlake any concessions whatever, and orders of
any magnitude could not be filled at better than
previous rates, which, with a merely nominal varia
tion, we repeat as follows, viz: ordinary 30ar
32c: good ordinary [email protected]; low middling [email protected]
37c., and middling 38t 39c.
COMPBARATIVE IRECEIIPTS OF COTTON AT THIS PORT
FOR THE PAST TWO WEEKS.
Oct. - lt ..r...... . Oct. t--bnle. ........ s 15
.. 21--boes ........... 210 .. 14-bales, ---........
. ? --batey .......... 4:151 .. 1,5--.tmle ......... ;15
23-bcale . ........ . --baIles........ t.1217
8TkTRYME. T o1 COTTOo.
Stoc on hnod oert. lt. 166O-sle............ 102,139
Reovsethod ise yesterday.................. .. ,.0
anelved. pre oull...................... ............ ... 5 129-57,
5xp ttd-siney esterda y ..................... 1, 5 5
Erported prvi,u y ........ .................. a,95s-- 1t,321
Stock on hrnd and an shipboard not cleared... 95,631
Thie exports are exclusively for New York.
Brao. Ain 31L0aSSEs-The receipts since
yesterday comprise a lot of 10 half-bbls. of very
choice new Molasses, received from the plantation
of Mr. T. P. May, parish of St. John the Bapltist.
and sold at $1 12 , gallon. This is the second lot
this season, and we now look for more activity in
this article. Louisiana Sugar is nearly exhausted,
while the supply of Cuba is very light, and the
business is consequently confined to a few trifling
sales. The only sales to-day are 33 hhds. fair
Cuba Sugar at 123, and 10 hhda. Louisiana Sugar
at 11ie. ,1 Ifb. Tihe retail trade is also quite small,
at [email protected] for common, [email protected] for fair, [email protected](;o.
for sprime, [email protected] for choice, 1Gil7ce. lor
yellow clarified andtlidc.' {ilb. for white do. There
is nothing doin.g in MYolasses, and we thelrefore
nollit quotations.
Toancso--'l'hie market still rules verye Muied
There has been some little inquiry for Ialing end
for the city trade, but no sales of any importlance
hlave transpired. Tiheo stock oni hand is qite
small anld does not offer any indutcements for any
very extended operations. There is no change in
quotatious, which we repleat as follows, viz: [email protected]
ie. fr low refused light and heavy; Piy7e. tor
conaoll-n leaf: [email protected])9. for fJ'air do.; ,10( llte. for
good do.; [email protected] for line do., and [email protected] Ri It,
for choice selections. Lots for bahlng are hell at
20 2r,32c. -t lth.
Fi.oceu-The market to-day Las exhibited con
siderable activity. nhitt, with at improvement
in thle demand for shipment and to the trald and
the reduct:on of tile light supply, prices have ad
vanced fully 25c. it i1,rl. since yesterday. Trans
reri,rns cumprirse 23:00 this., of which 300 double
extra a l t$10 50, 10lo low extra at $13 i3, 100
choice .=uperein'e for hakers's use at 13 23, 3 ' oni
its merits at $13, 4l0l and 10, sup(eree at 113, ,i00
do. for stain;tit on plrivate terios 1h0 do. t
$12 75 and ,ll,' low t~in at i10 30 t±b . i.
Cu:;--The marl.'t to-d'y has exhibited i
creased activity and owing to the scarcity and
non-arrival of fresh supplies prices nm some in- l
stances have advanced about 2e. .~l bushel. Sales
to-day embrace (650 sacks of which 3000 white at
$1 02; 2500, 200 and 100 do. at $1, 300 yellow at
the same price, and 500 yellow mixed at 97do. 1;±
bushel. Prices close firm with anr upward ten
derncy.
OATs-We have no change to notice in this ar
tide. The supply is very light and no new arri
vals, but with only a limited demand. Prices
however are firm and unchanged. Sales comprise
250 and 500 sacks at 60c. "1 bushel.
BUANe-The market continues very quiet and
prices quite irregular. Sales are confined to 200
sacks at $1 35, 200 at $1 45 and 100 at $1 50 h 100
lbs.
HAY--There have been no sales of any magni
tude to-day, but prices continue unchanged at
$21$t25 forround hoop Ohio river, and $27 [email protected]
$28 0ton for prime do.
PosK-The market continues very quiet, but
owing to favorable reports from the West, holders
have become more stringent in their prices. We
heard there were sales to-day of 300 bbls., but full I
particulars were withheld; we, however, quote
choice mess in lots at $34 [email protected]$34 50, and retailing
at $34 756r.$35 $0 bbl.
BAcon-Shoulders arervery scarce and prices
firm. Sides and lIams are in moderate supply, but
there is only a retail business doing at 18c. for
shoulders; 18½c. for ribbed sides; 10ct. for clear
do.; 20c. for plain hams, and 23025e. 0 lb for
sugar cured do.
LAn~-The demand for this article is of a very
limited character, and confined almost wholly to
our local trade, and prices are nominally un
changed at 171c. for prime in tierces, and 20]c. for
kegs; and retailing at 19c. for the former and
210. 0j lb. for the latter.
Wms.0r-Ist in large supply, but only a small
jobbing trade is doing at $1 S060$2 for Louisiana,
fand $2 [email protected] 35 for Western rectified.
Inl.r Alr.rIrr-N-c-There has been some move
ment in this ar ticle, but the particulars were with
lheld; but in absence of established figures we
give 3:4 ý 4c. ir yard for bales, and retailing at
:31c. t yard for roils and 3Gi. ,- yard for hales.
BAIeItoPE--r i in verylarge supply, but dull at
lI- ;.riil ce for lots, and retailing at 10c.c l16c.
Iihon Trcd--Arc in fair supply and demand at
[email protected] apiece,
(SrorrY BAsa-Are in good supply but dull
at 2.'@30c. apiece.
Scu.nrr s--Potatoes are selling at $2 750/Z3 3r,
bbl., green apples at $1 50y60, eggs at $:355,33
i bbl., small chliickens at [email protected];0, large do. at $0
t ?idozen: turkeys at $31 @36 dozen, onions at
$2 511i2 735 -lbbl., and cabbages at 0$1.0015
crate.
NAVAL SToRES-R-oin is very scarce and in
retlcst at -6(i 25 for No. 1, $61006 50 for No. 2
and . r 56-~i5 for common : Pitch is selling at
p 0r,,,: Tar at Ii 5i037 ' bbl., alnd Spirits of
Turpentine at 70rrr ,75c . j, ± gallon. llThere were
sales to-day of 3:00 bbls. of ERoin at the above
quitair ons.
(i.tr-l,iuseed is in fair demand at 1$242 05 :i
gallon. Coal Oil is dull at 65073c., and Lard Oil
at $1 00( il 653 `t gallon.
3L.:r--Thcrc is some little lertand for Canada
at re 73952, and Western at [email protected] 75 :i- bushel.
IIors--iThere is a very fair decland for the new
crop, which are selling at 6503705. Bavaria is
scare at D0c. :U ilt.
S ALT-Is in fair demand, and prices firm at $2 40
,2 735 for Liverpool fine and $2 3532 50 for coarse
in warehouse; $2 10(@2 13 for the former and $22
2 10 for the latter by the cargo.
WooL--LI in light supply, and quiet at [email protected]
for natural, [email protected] for Texas n to * merino, 220
23c. for 0 to - merino, and [email protected] for washed.
BrTTT R AND CrEESE--Western Butter is in good
supply but quiet at [email protected] for common, [email protected]
for fair, 27l23c. for prime and 30335c. for choice.
Northern is in light supply and firm at 400345c.
for fair and trir.i4ice. et ta. for strictly choice.
Cheese is selling at 15e. for skimmed, 21722c. for
factory, 24c. for oEnglish dairy, 280030c. for Stilton
and 33r.<33c. for pine apple.
CoFmE--Continues ita fair demand at 19:c. 03
0b., gold duty paid. Dealers are supplying the
demand for the country at [email protected] 4 Ibr. for
orod to prime Rio, in currency.
F':EiTcnr-AIre quiet, but firm and unchanged,
and rates are as follows, viz: lc. 1 lb. for Cot
ton, i0c.a l i bhbl. for Flour, by steam to New
York ; I.!c. - lb. for Cotton to Boston. By sail
to New York and Boston, 'e. 13 lb. for Cotton,
and 735c00. ° bbl. for Flour. By sail to Liver
piol, [email protected] tlb for Cotton, and ljc. 0? lb.
for Cotton to Havre. Tile steamish;p for Liver
pool is loading at id. i lb. for cotton, anrd 1Ss. 03
del~. for tobacco.
Jarre5o~' G.I, October 21, 136l.
Arrived yesterday - 73S Texas Beeves, 112
Calves and Yearlings, 127 Hogs, 372 Sheep and 27
Milch Cows. Sold-20;2 Texas and 8 Western
lBeeves, 202 Calves and Yearlings, 11 Hogs, 147
Sheep and 6 Milch Cows. Stock on Sale-1701
Texas and 13 Western Ileeves, 707 Calves and
Yearlings, 307 Hogs, 5011 Sheep and 61 Milch
Cows. We quote:
western Beeves r choice, t at .....a.......... -- - -
Wecters Bee 2d ality, net ... ..- 5 - -
TasiBeeves choice head ..............35 00 50
Texa Cattlel d q n lty,i he n ..................l 0 305
r aasCatte 3 alit hed ..................1 00
lno,. I tgros .... ...........- 13 - 15
ftsak It.gres. s .o .... .. ---
Sheep In lo head ........................... 3 250 4 25
reolme Shesep, l heuad ...... .......... - ---r -
Teas GShesp,S . head .................... 3 250 525
Choice Wesern Sheep, head .................. -- 9
Moilch aowes, , hed................ 0 0...... 1 80 0
stilch C ones, heUd .............................. 50 W0 w W
Teins Cow(es withCsles................. 12 0O 25 o
Yesarll.e head ............... ......... 7 14 Ia
alvs. .h asd...................... ..... 7 oQ 12
A large number of sheep, chiefly cheap grade
merinoes, costing in Vermont from two to three
dollars a head, are being driven from that State to
Virginia. They are said to travel about tenmiles
a day, and get their living on the road.
PIntsoNart.-General Fremont made a little
speech in Indianapolis the other night. He didn't
commit himself, but confined his remarks to the
flag and eagle.
PIANOS--SETWING MACHINES.
TILE 4GREATEST SEWVIN, 1e 7 Cn HINE-
TIE FLORENCE SEWmrtIN UACHINE,
Woans onre rapidlc, nith less noisre, and doers all hts of
THOMas IOAlILLE, Argnt,
Z rteassn No, Ga k ronn street.,
iON & I ]BSE 0 8I.
I'.PORTEFS ANDI DEALERS IN PLEYEL PIbNOS,
CELEBI, ItIATEDI) CYCLOID PIANOS,
US Camp Strert, Nesar Poydra-, New Orlel.s.
Constamtly aon hL a select stock of Pianos of Northern land
lur~ o leau :n:.1'ilaT (tuni, Y1.10o a Stools, (]oversd StriS, b etc.
Pli'nolaa ened tind rpaircd. Second hanld Pihao bought or
takeu in exch.... for n-w. Pianos f r rent.
F. . LIGS+STE & CO.,
[Late slghte, Newton & Bradbsays,l
Msssufrmetlrers of First Cles. IPhetnoFortes.
.,olhct P'rremiuam at the American World's Fair and Eihibi
tI,.. ui the+ industry (f ,.ll natitm..
Th0,, a!Lanawn etsalttisitaaen Is noaw contlneed Py F C.
LIT, lils ¢n,, LOUIS a .llST, at theolid atrne, 421 Broome
' raýt rtawoen e r,,sav ,ls adt Es'. sa aYnrý 'ite.
A P.. IIsLAetskA It
eUatHJ PUBLIhs ER, PIANO MANUFAOTUIE. .IND
IMPORTER OF
temieral S[ercransdise.
117 CANAL STREET, vNEaR DAUPol-.E,l
3 Nholstss] Depot of the .llaenmar iUprlgha Plnne;
R. ttann's (leaso Nesn t Clark'sl; Oalls a o.'s: Witr.
Ene.t a Co.'s.cad other teartelas Panes; Prince Tsr,
Or:e.ns acd Stlodews, a:! of whlich am eold te Deners a:
tchAunig nt, f.ctnrery whanietso rtCes
Po rE ION P1(0271.
hstc,. si 9n-!,s i, a.' kb:1. 'sr oT o E sod GsaF relt.
S. Txtt sans;
(HO1()(;IH IES ANI) PRODUCE.
TATE & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHIIANTS,
Corner New Levee, Common and Fulton streets, New Orleans.
ALEX. J. DYAS, of tie old hI,,e nf D nyes Co., is with no S,
_ATlE A CO.
LOTT, WOOD & CO.-
(W. B. LOTT, Madison co--C.W.WOOD, Canton, Miss.)
Wholesale Grocer.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTSB,
66 Common and 46 Canal streets.
Majr O. C. Sebastin lla charge our sale department.
M.ILLIKEN aS BGl¶GIER-
(E. MSILLIKEN-M. D. BRINGIER.)
Sugar Brokers.,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 21 Cana street, New Orleans.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
21 New Levee and 19 Fulton Street,
Betwseen Oraver and Common streets.
Pork, Flonr.Lard, Su ar, Molasses, Coffee, Salt, Fine Wines,
U.!qore, Tobacco sad (1gars eonstantlyon hand in quantitise
toeuit purchasers. Orders tfor plantation lopplies carefullyyg
put up. City orders for fmly supplies solicited.
lGEOGoE G. GARE.E aS CO.,
(J. . . GOODRICH, H. L. GOODRICH. c. C. RALIEY.)
WHOLESALE GOOER
-AN
Commlsmlon Merchant,
Noe. S COMMON AND 44 CANAL STREETS,
J.W. GOOLEE.
WHOLESALE GROCER
Commisstio M6erehant.
NO. 7 ERONT AND S AND 1U ULTON STREETS,
New Or.ean.
ý. N. WSLLIAMS,.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
ONew Leves,4, 47, 49 and 1 GraTler stret,
NEW ORLEANS.
BIDWELL, PANPE d CO.
(H. BIDWELL, E. C. PAYNE, JNO. N. PAHE
WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND DEALERS IN WESTERNI
PRODUCE,
Nos. S3 and 33 Tehoupltoulas street,
New. Orens, La.
WOODM, IICUC.:TT d CO.
(. HII. WOODS-WE. S. PICKETT-MIKE L. WOODE
95 Commerce Street.
(OLARK, STEWART A BIBB'S OLD STAND,)
MONTGOMERY, ALA.
Wholesale nd etall roeers.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND COTTON BROKERS.
rey & Harris; H.W. . arle & Co.; Battle, Noble & Co.;
Col. J. O. N00on.and Col. D. 5. Penn, New Orleans.
SUSAR., iYRAUP AND MdOLANSISE
Oreseen$ City ugEior REefney.
DOUBLE-REFINED LOAF,
OUT-LOAF,
--And-
POWDERED SUGAR,
t WHITE and YESUOW CLARIFIED SUGAR,
SOGOLDEN SYIUP, SGAOU, FAMALY BRY
-And
REBOLULED MOLASSES.
tonlaetaun and West Indle
O SUGAR Uad MOLASSES,
A. Thomou A Co..,
- S Tchoup'toulc streat,
TISEODO.IA PERLE,
f1 WHOLESALE DEALER IN
S Ll ,or. and Wines,
40 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET,
3 New Orleans
-A. H. D'MIZA, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ilmporter of Cubas Produce,
-Also, Dealer in
LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
ORie, No. I0 St. Louis street.
Lousllsin andR CR.ba Burr rnd Molass., slwsy on hind
to sn p,,.h ,e.n,.
MISCELLANEOUS.
C OAL..... ..........CO L .................. CO s -L.
r LOGAN & FARREL.
sDealers in PIltIsllrg slnd Engllsh Cunnel,
AND AN1T[I.0ACIfE COAL.
Orie, No. 10 Batronoe street, ue.r Cso ol. Yard, 21 Mlaga
i inse. nsear 1'o llrre Ptret.
atobames'l. t lt Fondries, Cntton Pres-es. aml Families,
e upllio d at the lowest nlakiet Irl.o
r E. RICUAUD,
BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTUREB
160 St. Ann street,
Between Burgundy and Ramp rt streets.
NEW ORLEANS.
ii Alwaysn o hand MrbN gnd Slate BId TABLES. with s os.
nagh and Deckers' PAILNT CUSIIIONS. Also all ther
tr , les to lus .line
D. ID):. IHAYVEN A C,'.,
GENERAL COOMIo SION, RECEIVING AND FOP
WARDING ' MERCHANS,
And ABgents for RPianuetulers and Packlers,
NO. 1d5 GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
B RRooRms No 1. N op sntrs '
T OMAS W. DBOLLINO,
7 PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BROKER,
7No. t4 Carondelet ttreet, New Orleans,
1 JACOB OTT, CABIPENTEIL.
Special attention given to REPAIRING of STORES and
SDWELLIRGS.
CISTERNS MADE AND REPAIRED.
-Orders left at 26 Tivoli Circle, or at L. DURAND, cor
o Ir Toulouse and Chartres streets, promptly attended to.
q6 OAT A.ND OAR DEPOT.
F. A. THAYER & CO.,
-DEALERS IN
Boats and Oars of all Kinds,
o 251 Front street, (New Leves.
n PETER FORSBtEE,
STALLS NOB. 1 AND S ST. MARY'S MASSE.S
e Ships, Steamship. and Steamboats Supplels,
Sand is now prepared to funish his old friends and cusomer
with eveOsshlin In the met t lne at his old ulsna of business
e SOUTHERN DRY DOCK COMPANY,
I ' No. 2 Carondelet Street,
natwnnr on-on 'o urts or t-t.a to tain.
SR..EATON, ARCIITET
NO. 78 CAMP STREET,
(Entrance on Natches street, over Home Instance Oma
Des.gns made for city and country buildings, o, al klndl, and
for mpropnslogo ParkS and Pleasure Grounds, with requsoIte spe.
Also, detailed spelsicatons for alterations and repairssl, elt er
wsth or wSlthont saBristendcdoo.
-L. P. WALKEIR e a O.
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS,
Nos. 41 Main street and 5I SDcond street,,Lousvills, Ey.
AreoAgentsfor all Newspapers in the United States and
Britirh Pr-~,vic.
S SOAP ..................SOAP..................SOAP
J. I. KELLER,
5o555 HSotsuot.ct ss,
Oorner of St. Andrew and HOward stres,.. New Orl'sp
fI. g mur and ss<al. rompn llP. 3-nt.. ltraa;.r c.-+* r manr P:a r
. .. - 3PHi VMI'.1A NS.
-I. . AUSTII , K. Iu.,
AT nHE OFFICE OF THE: BOARD OF HEALTH,
Corler of Camlp ,and F+drdlNis streetr r
sD Ooser G.V. Sisor's nre+o.
Residence, No. 26 Washington streat, between St, Charles
nli (anmbdc!et.
D). H . A. fl IEOl)-
Oe iocrs:, NO. 5 CI:ONDELET STP.IR ,
Offm i oi.s 'rofesnal Serovices to the Citoiens of l.ew
D,"+s. L. T. W-N, . J. T. SCOTT
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Offo', SNo,40 CAP STREi.T, between Common aed Gesr
vier. ROodilIoo, N,. 1 :;l , corno r Joephlilas sd
-- AB lr+, strvel.s, \.w { rlaus, La.
Orse sllollrs. 10 A. V. to :1P.M.
5 0. S poclal ,ttlioooo nsld v, L)OB.BSe ofthlo Eys
r[T l Itl'ltlIIP. ?)F ,)C'T[v.. S p !A . tQ-lggAO
ae ds ,ver ·I at th,ý S'it S'ork ' li" olmi\'+t] 1-ll-mn, G .1 -rlrd- i
w N , ao,,. c','" o , n No w ,o r:enl s it sr. F. RIlls:,
l" oIya staoflot rOeB 2 cea ono,scan .'rse iry poIt anywher,
ATTORNIYS AT LAW.
KELLY - IHoWE
(HENRY B. KELLY: We. W. HOWE,)
Attorneys at Law,
STORY BUILDINO-Corner Camp and Common Street,
NEW ORLEA.S, L,
Refer by Permission to:
The National Marine and Fire Inurance Co., New Orleas,
Messrs. Lee Craudsl A Co., New Orleans.
Mesnsl. Exton A Barstow. ew Or eans.
Joiah C"Is Esq. President C. ft. R. Co
loun. Charl.s E. hiooker, Attorney General oflssissisppiL
E. N. Guuchesau, Esq ,New OrleaaIe.
A. E. Tracey, Esq., M/bile.
R3 . FORMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 46 Carondelet street, New Orleaon
Hentuchk Commissloner. C.
JAME E . CURRELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
S57 ...................R oya Street..................57
H. c. MYERS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Natchitoehes. La.
OrrCtC AT THE OLD COURTHOY.S
Particular attention pad to the Collection o. Claims. Prae
tce In the Courts of P.apide., Wlinn. 5bine, Caddo and De
S Rto. Refer to L. Dupleux, editor of Natchitoches Times.
BONNER. OOODE b DILLINOHAM.
(J. M. BONNER, E. 3. GOODE, J. P. DILLIGOHAM.
Attorneys at Law,
(OVER CANAL BANK,)
ooREI o5,r EAlM Al S a0VlR ITsElTS, Low oRLA
Will practice In the Courts of New Orleans, and grive strict at
tention to y ines entrsted to them. InConnsectionith
a reesabl. Attorne, t W~Ranhsito they ill prepare sdi
cute crlimbab attnet tse Gvernmeit.
l OREHEAD & TRIGH.
l_..(CHAS. S. MOREHEIAD, WYNDHAb R. TRiGG,)
Attorneys at Law,
GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI,
H Hvea ociated themselves to practice thelrprofesion in
the ,outlies ot Washington, Tounia, Coahoma, Bolivar,
Isaaguena and Warre-.
GE. IU. HU SON- )
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
COffee, S Camp Street.
BuSines for him, daring any temporary absence, lefwith (
Messrs. larkse A Bayne. wiil receive proser attentitn.
C ULLOM & THORPE-
(E. NORTH CULLOSM, S. N. THORPE,)
Attorneys at Lraw
AMRESVILLE, LOUISIANA.
- Prsetice, In the oursts Avoyelle, Pinte CosPes and
Rapldes.
ReOr to the lroprietor of the CreemnL
GROSON , AUSTIN.
(R. L. GIBSON, J. E. AUSTIN.)
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
100 Common t treet, opposite City Hotel,
1 _ __ New Orl·new.
HAYS, ADAMS & MOIOE.
(HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, E. WARREN NOISE,)
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Ooe, IS St. Chnrle shreet-s-seod f.oor.
SMITH & HASaTY
(JAMES B. SMITH, .llRtonS J. H. HALSEY, Point Coape
Court House,)
Attrneys-at Law,
Have formed a partnership, and will practice theirprofepsion
i1 the cours oitbe Seventh Judicial Distncit.,
SHELDON .5 PARDEE,
(L. A. SHELDON, DON A. PARDEE")
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
O8 St. Oharlets treet, New Orleans.
RANDOLPH, SINGLETON 5 HARDIE
(WILLIAM M. RANDOLPH, CHARLES 3. SINGOLTON,
JOHN W. HARDIE,)
od Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
Corner Camp and NatcheS streets,
Over Home IMutual Insurance Company, 78 Sap tteet,
NEW ORLEANS.
M dc . FOUTlr
(R. H. MANR, B. A. FOUTE, 0. W. H. MARB,)
Attorney. at Law,
Uu6 UION SHENE,
M. A. POUTE, Commlsioner of Mississppl.
.UI P HRE" !MARS.HB.LL.
COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,
B Otce, No. 11 Carondelt street, Nsew Orleans, Lcatso s.
Wll practice Law in the Courts of New Orleans,, sid wl
attend to the preparation o Claim to be decided atWub.s.
tn. C. OX,
ATTORNEY.AT-LAW
o N. 1a4 arnvler. treet,
N.- New Orleans.
JOHIN . HOLLAND,
A' TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
No. SB Royal street,
(OPPOSITE OINLIIY' 1IN),
Ndw Orlean.,
RsEednene, No. 78 Hoapltal street
HAHSRION . IUNTON.
(J. O. HARRISON, THOMAS HUNTONJ
Attorneys at Law,
DR, Will practce in all the Couorts of New Orleans, and gire
- trict attention to snybusiness entrsOted tothem. In on.
)junction with a reliable Attorney at Washington, they will
prepare sad prosecute claims against the Government
and cO-l.-ISOr,_ rstreet.
DUNCAN N. HENNEN.
ATTO NRY-A T-LAW,
crNo.3............ Carondelet Steet............. N. n
Has resumed the Practice of the Law.
Hoavg made professonsl connections In the several ar.
Isbe, will attend to Collections and Claims in all the Parl.she
Hsthe State ; also, to SClaoims ainst the Gsovernment at Wt -
Resoi.
GROCERIES. WINES. ETC.
T. F. WALKER & FLOYD,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHIIANTS,
6O and 68 Gravler Street,
New Orleans.
C.H. MILLER & CO.
Manufactnrer of STEAM REFINED CANDIES, Importer
of WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS
and all deScriptions of FIREWORKS,
-Axn
--A.V-
Agent for the LoB Abneles, Cal., Wines,
60 and 52 New Levee street. corner of Natch-.
NO, 6 RHEAVIER STREET
We have constantly on hand a fine assortment of
WINES,
BRANDIEB,
LIQUORS
And Fancy Orocerle,,
Which we offer for sale at lowest market rates
LAY a MAOMUIRDO,
IMPORTERS,
Wholesale and Retail
( --eaxlen to
Fine Wines, LIll .'. Etet.
No. ti UNION STREET.
L EDIS DAHBHIRON.,
i I(C. LEDIG, H. DAMMRON,)
Wlhlesale Groeers and Dealers In B·seral
Frovletoasn. Olgars, ISbaee.
No. 7ST POYDCIAS STREET. lAR NEW LEVEE
' 'E LESLEAlE GROCER,
Corr~ir-l. . and Forwarrdiln MBerehant,
WESTERN PR)DSCE. FOREIGN and DOMESTICO WINFS,
LIQUORS, ETC., ETC.
0SBCSRn OnnnVr DFBn nSCr -nsB . NBw OSNBEB. .LA
OREMMEISEO BIOTEERS.
WHOLIESALE GROCERS
--AD
D)nlers in Forelfn and Domestle ][email protected]
(. gen I.or PFue Apple Whisky)
.4 TCOOUPITOULAR STREPT.. NP.W ORLEANS
li A. RLAFFE& d CO.~
(SUOCESSORS TO WE. MASSEY,)
Agents for MBdBey Colils, A Cs.',
PHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTFN.
Ales PoFRr a Snd COide.r,
By the Cak, RBarrel or Bottle.
BOTTLING HOUSE 26 AND 2I BIENVILLE STREET,
W toee.scl Depot, 52 New Leve .treetr ,
New Orleans, Le
- Shinpph orders prompUly aotendod to,
COMMISSION-FORWARDINtG.
ALLEN, WAYNE a CO.
(J. F. ALLEN-C. G. WAYNE,)
Forwarding and Commission Merchante,
-And
GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
--rox-
New Oreans and Mobile Lt Steam rs om New Bt.
New Orleans and Memphis Stamers.
New Orleans and St. Louis Steamen.
New Orleans and Cilainnat Steamen.
Memphis and Arkansas Line of teamer.
Ofeco--5 NATCHEZ STREET. New Orleans.
D. DOWD,
~OMMISSION MERCHANT,
NO. 110 Poydr. street,
xw OHnAX&
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Consignments of
Cotton and other Produce to my friends,
SPOFFORD. TILESTON O CO., New York;
C. GRIMSIAW CO.. Liverpool.
W. L. ROBINSON,
PURCHASING BROKER FOR
Sugar and Molasnes, on Levee, Plantatlon
r and In Store.
Ofe--CORNER CARONDELET AND ORAVIER.
j)ERKL.S SWENSON & CO.
(WM. M. PERKINS, NewOrleans, S. M. SWENSON, N. Y.,
lte Auestin, Te., D. .L KERNION. New OrleOn,)
General Commlsnton Merchant.,
No. 48 Crondelet street, corner of Unoon street,
New Orleans.
INDEPENDENT THROOGH LINE
AGENCY.
MITCHELL, RUTLAND A CO. (Late JAQUESS, MIT
CHELL & CO.,) BENJ. E. MITCHELL, of New
Orleans, JOS. P. RUTLAND, Mobile,
Forwarding and Commleslon Merchant.,
SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT
AGENTS,
No. 84 Commerce street and 32 Front street.
MOBILE. ALA.
E. W. ADAMS,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
6d Allee d'Orlean., Bordeaux, Frances
b RZrsc.soe--Hon. C. M. Conrad, Pay.e, HuntlnSIon, .
Co., W. H. Avery GO. D. W. Admce, Henderson Oin,,,s
J. W. Bourbridge, BouFguy A Esoapon, JW. ZahSee nd J
o. Nixon.
MAETINEZ & PALACIO
(FCO. PIZARRO MARTINEZ-ANTONIO PALACIO.)
Commisslon Merchant.,
id 198 GRAIER STREET,
_ aw Online.
DILLINGHAM & DEBLOL5-
(0. DILLINGHAM-JOHN DEBLSIL
Successors to Weed, Wittenr Co.,
Commlaelon Merchants and WholesaleGrocer
Nos 7, 9, 11 and 13 Tchoupltoulas Street,
G. L. RKOUNS d BRO.,
(G. L. KOUNS,.BEN. B. KOUNK)
eOnenral C.oammn· .on Merchant.,
WROLESALE GROCERS,
FA.NY GROCERIES, BOAT AND BAR STORMR
No. 8 Common street, New Orleam,
n ollectons, Cotnsegmentsto ll, and Orde teo rehase
from the Levee, solicited.
oPBoicuar. attention given to Reseiving and Fomrwr Ing
Libseral Cbsh Advances made on Censignments.
WHITEM N BROTHZER,
(C. P. WITEMAN, H. . . WITEMAN, E W. WHITE
MAN,)
om ontnslen, eeelytng and Forwardlag
Merchants.
Wholsle and Rstsal Deas In
GROCBOERE, WESTERN PRODUCE, LI, CEMENT
NAILS, Eta,
I Havring resumed biese at their old stand, rsepectnely
solicit renewal of former ptrtonages
A. STEWART a CO.
(ANDREW STEWART. J. .AVER,)
ommaleston and Forwardlna Merchantsh
-Dealser in
BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION BUPP.IES,
No. A Pest (or New Lvee) street, comernr of Omal stret,
(Orroern rna CRoSo Hona.,)
New OrleansL.,
Strict attention paid to the Sale asnd Storo of ni kinds.,
lt Produce. Liberal Cash Advances made on ConalSgnments an
prompt return. Also, Agents for the Red River EXps,.
SMIiTH & CARME,
(J. PINCKNEY SMITH, Carroll parish ; JOHN M. CARR
Maeson parish,)
Commitslon Mere.Rnt and Purechaing
Agent.,
StCssh Advances made on Coonignmoenta
JOSEPH H. OGLESSIY,
(LATE OGLESBY A MACAULAYJ
Commission lerehant.
NOS. S 70 AND 72 TCHOUPITOU BA "REM ,
___ Raw 0 LnAs,
MC'ILVAIN]E SROTHERS,
wIe COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
oi . 42 Broad Street, New Tark.
Csh advances made on ehipments to the above hoSs by
JOSEPH H. OGLEBBY,
6, 70 and 71 TohbooItnaOse stre.
BEN, TOLEDANO,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
hS NO. 16 Inton etreet, New Orleans.
T. T . NOEL,
COMMISSION ME.Rr'5T,
For the sale of
Cattle, H.g., Sheep, Mate, and Hrsens
STOCK LANDING, NEW ORLEAN.K
estelfsetory refereness ven.
C HINOWIeTH, OCASEY d CO.,
OENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANYR
No. 04 New Levee Street,
fteh
SO Now OnLeoee. LA.
W H. NICHOLS .0 CO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
- . eorsse Co 1. , 3 l- o L.L a s.,
Galveeton, Texas.
BARMET en MeOLDERe.
WHOLESALEANDRETAILCOMMISSION MERC HANTS
Levee Street, Shreveport, La.,
eRlt CORnslg.oents of Cotton Rand Merchandise.
WIVTITTY s CO.
HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION,
IRCelvlng and Forwardinar Merehants,
And Trado Sale Auctioneers
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUOE,
No. 2 Leve street, Shreveport, Le.
A. Ut. )ELMAm-
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LUMBER MERCHANT,
Omee, No. S87, JllRa st., New Basin.
NEW ORLEANS.
Speial attention giveo t BildorM' a)d Shippors' Orders for
Lnm- r, ihlit hi , etc , ,o livtrd n, mills or city.
(JAMES M0QUOID, CHRIS. MEILE, H. INBAU
J T. AYCOCK, JOE2 GITZIN(IER)
(SnesMOlO, CO. Wilin R& Co.,)
COMMISSION ME RCHO IOAN TS,
-rot rnI se,. r
nh tties. I.Slndl d nSheep.
STOCK LANOODNG
-City of Jefferson. L
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERB
-OF
French Wines, lrattndlep, Sardlnes, etc.,
NO 43 OLD LEVEE STREET.
SHIP BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Mo CPraadelet Street.
. F. LOVELL, formerly Beater, Lovell & Co., New Orlt
W. S. BAILEY. fotrmir iAnmet, ASdrk t Co.. Ant.S.
EUqRJaT TIIBPRIN,
MANUFACTURER of all kinds of FANCY CANDIES
SBliPS, 0GUs DROPS, JUJUBE PASTE and SUOGA
A.IONDSCby teLm.
S1 O1D , RVEWE STERET,
httneen S, Lodes and Coat4 New Orlm
COTTON ACTORS, ETC_ .
OC]ETT dS LOCHETT-
(E. LOCKETT, New Orleans, W. B. LOCKETT, MI.,)
Cotton Factors Sad Commlstoa Merchants,
No. 6 Carondeet street, New Orlean
Liberalc d eonooment made to o. add
Orders for goods promptly attended to.
GLENN, CHALMERS a CO.,
(A.GLENN--A. . OCHALMEPe -WML RE IDRHOLCOMBE.
COTTro AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
Commissulon erchants,
189 ................ G A IER STREET ...............188
JOHN i . MANIOO a co.
COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND FOEWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No, 64 Caroadelet Street, up stairs,
corer Pedido stret, New Odns
jPED. sUXM.MES A CO.,
NO. 6 CRONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA
.ettna and Tobacco P oaetor
GENERAL OOMMISSION EERCHANTS,
And Commereltl Agents.
-Ha .LOW J. PHELPS a eo..
rAURLOW J. PHELPS. of New Osrlea; e.3. BUOzXKN
of entsucky.)
Cotton Factors
--asD
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHAITS
No. 142 tr0a.r .treMt. behwten Osam and St (hrl. .O0
-BUTT. PLASH & LTON
(CARY W. BUTT--W. FLASH-THOS. T. A. LYON.
Cotton Factors, General Commsleon,
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Comer Croondelet and UC)on stesets New Orlean.
Liberal cash advancees made on onsegoments to os addceo
tOr.ers for Goods promptly attended to.
LOWE a HIGNON
(B. M, LOWE Sa.. Hontarllie, Al-A. E. BIGNON, ar
with W. A. Johnson & Co., New Orleao.)
t. COTTON FACTORS,
Seneral CommIaston Herehants,
S 43 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
JOHN L. LEE * CO.,
(JOHN L LEE. T. JONES STEWART.)
Cotton Factors,
A 33 PoRDo B53m,
c, rNew Orlsot.
AL-LUS, SCHEERCK & AUTEY
(Larw. ALcCs, Iso Sn0 aor, S. . . A'T,,)
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEROHANTS
N.. 78 Carondelet streSS.
New Orleans, La.
HOGAN m PATTON,
W. H. HOGAN, late Yazoo Coomnt, SM.
JOHN PATTON, New Orleansn La,
Cotton Faetor
G ENERAL OMMISSION AND FORWARDIN.G MI
No. 44 Carondelet street, op stairs.
WARREN d0 CRAWFORD,
U. J. WARREN, T. W. OCAWFORD,)
Sueceestrs to Wsrren, mowe a Co,
COTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEROHATS
No. C Carondelet Stret, New Orleans La
.e J. J. PERSON m CO..
Ing TOTDON FACTORS
--And-
ommiaiston Merehautt
190 Common wa .
I(T
S TEVENON a MAY.
(JOHN A. STEVENSON, A. H. MAYJ
Cotton Factors
tNT ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Perdldo stessL
IH a H RICHARDSON
(J. E. WYOHE J.B. RICHARDSON. Soeusors to John
WycheA Co.)
Cotton Paeton and Commisulon Mearehsant
41 .NION STREET, NEW ORLEANK.
(Sncoeosor to Phelps a AJnon)
COTTON FACTOR
a. *Geratl Comn.ats aTi Merchant.
Sof NO. 43 CARONDELET STREET. NEW OELOA- .
W. B. TULLIE.
ISUOOESSOR OF TARLETON WHITIENG TULIBS
Cotton Factor,
NO. I PEIIDIDO STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
S W ITTD m Co.
(B.WBITED,F. S. GIBBS,W.L. DRAPE, LEE CRNDAI L)
COTTON FACTORS,
general CommISloRn erehants,
17 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
HOWARD, PRESTONS a BARRETT
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
COMMISSION ER ROHANT S
168 Common street,
NRw ONLST Ss. LL.
DEAN, ADAMt S 6 GAFF,
(T. DEAN, of Dean, MeWlnnSle Wls0 New York ; JNO. D.
ADAMS, of Littll Rok Ark ; T. IA FF, of T. J W.
Gaff, ASrso, Ind.
Cotton FaPtors ad Commission MeYhsanlt
NO. !S UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANSB.
EDENY PRINCUKARD
(P. F. EDEY, WE. M. PINCKARD, JL,)
Cotton Factors and General Commission Mer.
chants,
No. 83 COMMON STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
HUNTIN I'ON n0 DROTRIEl-
(A. S. HUNTINGOTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.)
otton PFators, and General Cohmmslon
Merchants,
BROKERS AND COOMMISSIONMERCHANTS,
No. 18 Nathes street, New Orleans, La
ROM( E . PROTIHRO m C..,
(JOHN ROSSER, KoMsiusko Mise., N. . PROTHRO, New
Orleaus, L,., JAMES B. ROSSER, New Orla., Ia~,)
Cotton Faetors
--nI-
SBEMAL OOMMISSION MEROHANTS,
SUno~In.Street Nerw Orleas
J L. POWELL.
Cotton Pactor and Commulsson MerSSe.n
17 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANRI
W. R. STUART, Oato Stuart & James.
C lALMEIRS BOON
(A. H. CHALMERS, . S. BOON.)
COTTON FACTORS
And GenerSl Commission MeSrhants
NO. 18 OGRAVIER STREET.
New or..iaa.
HJOELILELL. GAYLE .0 CO.
(B. M. HORRELL, J. W. GAYLE, J., ISENHOUO.)
COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISBIO)
MERCHANTS,
TO*. 107 POydra. Mtree,
EDWARIV D NALLE - CO
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
. o. 190 Common Street.
GEtORGE P. CP, RILIIRE.S,
COTTON FACTOR AND OOMMISSION MEOIIANT
No. 17 Gravler stret.,
UP STAlIS.
T SOr. H. SCOTT & co..
(TIOS. M. SCOTT. of CI.,nlS., Pri.l, LI.: JSO. T. SIB
1,1Y, .,f N' , Oro-" S s I[ARlI) ,!I Oi,, county
1iss.; Y.j S . D OL t' R, f :arroll paris>h, La.)
Cotton Fatctors
SGENERAL COMMOOSION MERCHANTS,
1 Caroundelet NStr. LE
NLse ORLEANS.
COTTON FACTORS, ETC.
GREENE, OGLESBY * CO.
W. R. GREENE & CO., Vicksburg,
Cotton Faetors.
No. 37 PERDIDO STREET,
New. OrleM., La.
GIIL,. RiE l O L-D6-ENRY GILLUX
S.. RgYNOLDe}-..oaton Rot., FeorB, Pmrdtg !an
mmiEsa o MoeSiotI, i nd dFuomling Agents No. 190 G0
stet New Orles, L. Refer to J. . On.I, Proi
dnt ith Bak, J.I. Warner A Co.. lolger Co., w
Orleans, La Taom~wn W. Bird. Wit Baton Rougge" L
eOOO0OOIL0 . Bawn of Mftnoippi-: W V JIo
Jarleon. Mi : fle a W. I.Mk. Yyaoo City, Mtuo
EALL., A *L ac: C.
(ENS F.ALLS-j. 0. 0OWRL., J. ALLISON,)
Cotton eattors and Conaoo Meonhaut,
NO. 192 GEAVIER STEEN, NEW ORLEANS.
Special aItentiontlgnm to.iig ootdefom the country.
(J. W. CARROLL-JOS. & 0$'CHAB.'HARDHNBEB( I
L Cett.,.lemit R
GENERAL CO 8BSON MERCHANTS,
No, 6............ Perd o t et ............ O 86
CLAPP BROS. * O,,
(OGEO. CLAPP, EMOYCL7p, J. J GOIDIER]
Cotton PFators and C.emulsgon MerLhaat
50 UNION STREET,
SNow OREANS, LA.
pACE, ELAVENDU & nAxw-u
(JAB. T. PACE V of Tm
sare-W. R. HARPER, f Toob...
Cotton and Tobnoo Waettrs
GENERAL COMsMISOION mCANS,.
5 .o ................Unlon street............ .....
Ntw O, Goo.LA.
GARAElHD * CRA RI-
(J. J. GARRARD, Vicksburg; A. N. CRAIG, New Orlan
HENRY AMES, EDGAR AMES, St. Loui, oomamnd
SCtton F.ctors,
AND COMMISSION MERCFIINTS,
No. 40 Uion street, New Orleansb.L,
ANEE CLa IELL * CO.
COTTON FACTORS,
And General Coammlulon Merchants,
No. 198 GRAVIER STREET.
Nra ORLItAS.
O LIVER P. JACKSON-
TS COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT.
No. 9 Unon street,
New Orleans.
GEORGE s. iLA.SDEVILLE,
COTTON FACTOR
--AAd-
Commiasson Mterchant,
No. 11 Grarerstret. NewOrlOea
HHAMLTON a BMSKS.
(JAMES HAMILTON, JAMES 0. BANKS, Ltteof Colum
bOa, MissisippiL)
Cotton Fntors asd ceneral CoLmmplon
45 Union, ad, after 1t of October, 114 Caroodelat Street
ITS NEW ORLEANS,
AANS AMILTON * cO.
(L. B. HARWOOD, St. Loui S. H. RICHARDSO
Mobile.)
Commission oerehants.
Comer Vine and Commecdal Stet.,
ST. LOUIS, MO,,
WILLIAMS. NIXON O..
(FRANK WILLIAMS, JOHN IXON, JR., WILLIAM U
PA.RAMJ
Cotton Facnon,
NO. 4s UNION STREET,
Now ostaS,
SEE MOUR, TAHBROUGH a CO.,,
(S. SEYMOUR, New Orians ; J.J. J. RBOUOGH, Mfi
field, L ; JOHN WHITWORTH, D Soto pash, La
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
t General Commluloon HMerchnts,.
No. 67 Carondelet street, New Orleas, La
N E. LEVE.BICH
COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANT,
No. 10 Uniton Street,
B NewOrlens, La
Mr. Wo. E. LEVERICH's his duly athoroded Agent.
MONROE ,& REDDINGTON,
(JOHN T. MONROE, TIIOS. REDDINGTOS
Cotton Factors and Generon Coomm/lon
M[rehants.
No. 63 Camndelet treet, comrer of Pradido treet.
Agents for Winter & Co'o celebrated SBaw MIl, and the
11) Tredegar Iron Works Richmond, Vs. Throgh Maro.
Otfut, McPnerney & Co., New Yrk..
STEWART, GALBIEaLTH Ego FlIZE
(ANDREW STEWART. Noo Orlean-WR. STEWART
S. W. B. GA.LREATI--JOHN C. FIZER, MemphiT.)
Cotton Factors
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Ulon street, New Orleans.
GALBEREATH, STEWART . CO.
-(. B. GALBREATH--WM. STE WART-JNO. C. FIIEE
Memphls; ANDREW STEWART, N. 0.)
'.D. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
No. 24 Front streat, Memphl, Tenn.
pAEUSIM a ISLUIT
(JNO. 0. PARIAM, o f New Odle, BEV ,LY BLUNT,
- orf ud county, MH lssi pLT
COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDING AND 00CMMISSION
MERCHANTS, ADND PUOCICASINO AGENR,
No. 'E C.rondelet t reet.
New Orleans, La.
WOO , " MATTHEW d CO,,
OOTTON FACTORSB
Gieneral Commisslon Mers.bats,
155 POYDAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA.
H.VOx HIIL. J.L, ab uO.
- COTTON FACTORS AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS
108 Poydrs Stregs, New Orlo.ms, La.
Liberaleash advaees made on Shpmesnt to ur house a
St. Loeis, Me.. H. Von Phsl, Sone ACo.
BliOO-, MACODONALD * CO_..
(JAB. M. BROOKS-HUGH CACODONALD-L H. LOATY
Cotton Pactorn
COO. ISSION MERCHANTS,
59 Oarondlt stre.t New Orlean.
Cash advanement made on cogsianmenes
JAB. CONNOLY & Co.-NO. SI POYDRA
street New Orlean, Ls. LIIVINGSTON, POX$ CO
N0. 88 Liberty treel New York,
Cotton F ltors and General Comelrdc
iP Mrehants.
Liberal Cash Advances made on Cotto ansd other t
consiged to us or to our friend at Liverpool Jaes Con
noly, John Fox, H.T. LivingtoU, E. H. Hatris.
-SAM OE BOW 1 CO...
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
180 Common street, cor. of C&rondeles
BOOTS, SHO.ES, HATS ETC.
B. B" NEWIALL
B Commiselon Dealer In
Boots abd Shoes.,
No. aE OLD LEVEE STREET,
Between Customhome and BienviIlo,
NNW O.susus, LL
E. ALrQUEZE,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SOOTS AND SHOES,
75 Ca.al Street.
Partleular atw tion paid to Plantation orders.
JVORN M. OUFLD,. AGbST
BOOTS AND SHOES AT WHOLESALE,
No. 8 Magstne Street.
NEW RLEANS
F H. MASSTELU
IMERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 1S Csaroadelet Street,
(Between C ondelet and St. Charles strS s,I
New Orleans.

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