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FRIDAY MORtrING, OCTOliER 26, 1866.
ýJtv Orleans Sflonsj 4arulet. CoESoI5HT OFr1s:ts NO. 05 Cast' STREET, V cisirsdav evenilg, Oct. 25, iO6. S The feature of the movementi iin oancial circles I 1 s-day has been a very heavy increase in sales of Foreign Exchange. The Gold market has been tl unsettled, with only a moderate inqu:"y notice. able throughout, and the only sales that have been g reported to us as having transpired in the outdoor a market were $5000 and $10,000 at 147 ; $5000 and $7000 at 147j; $5000, $t000 and $11,000 at 147!; n $25,000 by one party at 147,0@148; $5000, $6000 h and $9000 at 148; $2000, $3000, $5000 and $7000 at $ 11i1, and $10,000 at148. Sales of Silver included $6000 American halves at 1301, and $2000 do. at t 140. We now quote Gold at 14734 14.4; American i Silver coin at 139@140, and Mexican do"ars at 1 1458142s . a FOREIGN EXCtaNtE--Tho movement in Foreign Bills has been of a very heavy and general char- 0 acter to-day. The market was amply supplied t throughout, and with a better inquiry than here- a tofore an nusuanlly heavy amount of Sterling and 2 Franes, but especially the former, changed bands. 2 Rates have undergone but little if any variatioh, however, and the augmentation of the supply arises from recent purchases of the leading staple I for trans-Atlantic ports, which heretofore have been credited to speculative movements. The sales for the day comprise £1200, a commercial bill, at 1550, £5000 and £9000 do. at 156, £720 do. at 156l, £700 do. at 1564, £1000 and £5000 private at 158, £8000 at 158.4, £5000 do. at 1580, £30,000 do., taken by one bank, deliverable hereafter, at ,1.1,1584. and 129n, and £2006 do. and £3000 Bank Sterling at 1511; 300,000 Francs taken by one bank at 3.527f. for comnlercial, 1.0,00f., 50,0o0f., 50.000sf., 50,011101. andl 10,(000f. at tile same figure, and 10.n00f0. and 13,00f. private do. at 3.55f. We now quote Bank Sterling at 1l8@11150, Clear Bills at 150ii@l5, Bill of Lading hills 1525151, Bank Francs at 3.25@i:.52.., and outdoor IFres'nc at 3.6l2543.57t . Dox)ESTIC Exca'cG(;--The movement uloder the above heading etill steadily inclines in favor of sellers and drawoers. The supply of private and conmmercial is very .ant, and thle demand is of a very ret.,ticted character, lboth at bank and upon the street. We annex the few pulrhases that have been made by banks anil ibalk:ers to-day, as fol lows, viz: $i0,000 New York hank siight at ] 4; cent. discount: 05000, $7200, -15,06, 0 5t,I00o'and and 050,000 do. at 3 )i: ceut. discount; ,20,000 do. at ss-1t; I1 cent. discount: 810,0051 do. at . cent. dic..ount; $53i00 do. and .1 i0,000 Ioston sight at 4 .:t cent. discount: 25,0010 thirty day,' at 1.il cenlt. di-c, it; ;inl.10, 0 do. at I i if cent. discount, and $5i00i sixty dsy-:' do. at 2 v cent. Ldisaeoint. 3She ruling rat-u.s this evening aire: for Nsew York sight 404 . it cent. discount at bank, and ot ji cent. discount in the outlor mark:et. The niovement in sort -ight and ill tlilue dmrfts is -till of too re h'irtstell a clh, racter to esntabliisi qulotlations, and w- tlhereore , elsit them. tU[sroiaENT NO'Io AND SEECCtRivE.-ThA nionVe nent inl thle former to-day comlprised only $1130 Bank of Louisiana notes at trc.. f$iO) City of New Osrleans notes ant le., and 0-000 Louisi ana State notes at I.!c. Sales of stocks embraced 14 and 50 shares City Railroad Company at prices tha t have been withheld, 5 do. at 2171, 100 shares Louisian State llank at 364, 150 Bank of New Orleans at 41, and 50 shares Tenney-ee Copper stock, sold at auction by Montgoimcry & Bro., at 27. BaROnKER BOaRD.-The sales at the two ses sions of the Board of Brokers to-day resulted as follows, viz: MOANING SESION. SL uiinn a State ank are .................... ?;' S M s l 6t. ut ...... ..T e .... in ...ed private. $ -·,*O Bn k or Louii anJ xutc ......................... 62 5teleg , h com e to and to d ha.................................... $ en. n dlyer lau Sil tcr dal s po al..........................13 e EVENINc , SESSION. o ., Bink of Lome nuit ...... ................. !1!z 15 ., 1 . . a... .... .- ...ld,1 ... Cot $ 1,CUo - \I cnn D oun lavr .............................. ,'8 Sl'ECl·tl. l)lDt rCsi.clus.-Tine anhjoined private telegrams, which have come to hand to-day, have been kinudly placed nt our disposal, viz : 1'e+,' York, O)c(.. 25.--Gold lopnedl at 146. 10:.0 ton oiarket inactive and prices drooping: Ex chlln e sie ly; Sii ht, 10-; !L(: tta lnC tercial, 0-O 9. 12 1.--1;,,. ."1 ; Cotton transac ions small : prslce, declining inoinal at onS@nIc. ; Enxchlongc stealy : 3-2',, 1ro,.Ti10il4 Coupons,. 1t1I4414St ; Ils-4st', S1' tid is)i. 5 rs. .- l-G _i. 11O1s: ; Cstoiss soeavy sst 3c. Foreigo Exchange:. 1054. 1:30 . s.-G(sold, 117. ointtercdtia ntltllligence. CtI: nOEST O-rCs-: N0. 1 tr'..u.s'rr-s;T fomiday Lvs mg., Ocrt. 25, Ilo. C('orTo-The market still er:hibits cons;deruble firnuess, desp.ie the onfavor,.b:e tenor of the Liverpool and New York advices. The offerings to-day were only moderate at best, andr there were but few buyers in the market, but thie sales nevertheless amounted to 2500 bales, of which one broker took 1300. Prices continue irregular and unmistakably tend t tthe inside figures in yesteri day's quotations, but no quotable decline has been submitted to on the part of factors, and the mar ket closed quiet but steady at yesterday's prices, which werepeatas follows, viz : ordinary 3l@32c., good ordinary 3334dc., low middling, 36@J37c., and middling 30(0i30o. The sales to-dayhave been mostly to European buyers. COMPARATIVE RECEIPTS OF COTTON AT THIS PORT FOK THE PAST TWO WEEKS, Oct. 20-Snaes........... lt ts Oct. 13-- ales. ........1Suis .. 21-1nl ............. 210 .. 4-naler .......... 3ti Slts t s........... 4 .1 15-stual.......... 231 2. -ht.h ......... 1te7 .. 16-bales ......... 12t1 ., 2l-balen........... 4331) . 17--hales .........3721 .. 2 --bale . ...........7 .. 18-bales.......... 210;" 19,020 0,t13( tTATId1ENT OF oolXTON. Stock on hand ent. lot 186sH-bal. e Stcl.... 102,13 Reoslved io yeterdiay .................... . 57 .n1d prvouly.......................... t2,1.6--o.'. . fiported'rrsnce otnrdaey ...................... 67170,04 pnetet.prd y ..i....... ............ ... t,321- toSr Stock on hatsnd an ni shloard uot cluared... It05out The exports are exclusively for New York. SucoR AND lortosses--'The receipts since yesn terday comnprise 30 bbls. of new syrup, which were immediately sold at $1 per gallon. In other respects the market has been very quiet and nothing but aretail trade doing at t.1@t12c for common ; 13@14c. for fair; 15@l6c. for prime; 16@I16Jc. for choice ; 16i@i7c. for yellow clarified, and 17@17c. per !b. for white do. Molasses is held at 658@!;0c. per gallon by tile cargo, and re. tailing at lil0@70c. per gallon. Some of the new crop of Sugar is looked for soon. TonAcco-We have no change to notice in thiS article. The supply and receipts are very light, but the only business doing is to the city trade and for baling. There were sales to-day oft t1hb1. at 20e., and S at 21c. per lb. for baling. There is no material change in quotations which we re preat as follows, via : I.jue. for lowe refused lighti ansd heavy : itifTc. for common leaf ;7tic. for fair do.; 0l;llc. for good do.; 12@13c. for firmn do., and -14@16c. per lb. for choice; select lots for baling are held at 20@25t. per pound. FLoru--There has been quite an active inquiry noticeable to-day, but the mnarket is almost eu tirely bare of the lower grades, and tile business has conseqruenly been in thle higller classes, for which prices are very firmn with an upward tend ency. The day's transactions compri.e 2300 bhls., of which 100 and 50 choice extra at 15 50o, 330, 1S0, O100 ant It0 do. at $15, 100l do. at td SO, .32 treble extra at 81lt 751,1, l, 20 and 3.110 dolile extra at $1l 50. 130 :tsngle e.tra and l53 su!perllne onurivate tel.s. Superoline is in good demuand butvef'yscarce. We, ho.uever, quote at $1i@ 13 25 Lf bbl. CORN--Isa'e hire again to notice quite an actire market, but owiug to thle scarcity and the nun arrival of fresh supplins, holders have been ena bled to realize a still further advaraee of 5e. ,j9 bushel. Sales comprise 5340 sax.cs, a rnixed lot, on private terms; 1300 do. at $1 10, and 00t white at $1 15 .'1 bushel. OaTr-Are in fair demend, but there is little or no stock here to operate on. Sales and prices are very firm, with an upward tendency. The only sales to-day were some few small lots at 65c. 14 bushel. BttUN-There have been some few receipts, but the supply is yet hardly adequate for the demand, which is, however, of quite a limited character. The transactions to-day include 100 sacks at $140, and 150 and 300 at $1 33 S 100 lbs. - HAY--There have been no sales to-day of any magnitude, but we still continue to quote round hoop Ohio river at $24@$25, and prime do, at $27 50r@29 1 ton. Peoar-We have no change to notice in this ar ticle. There is a fair demand for retail parcels, but in a round way there is little or nothingdoing. We however quote choice mess at $34 25@3450; and retailing at $34 75@$35 per barrel. Bacore-Shoulders and ribbed sides are very scarce with a fair retail demand at 10@$i,1c. for the former and 18.c. , lb. for the latter. Clear sides are in fair supply but slow of sale at 19@ 1 20c., plain hams at 20c., sugar cured do. at 23@ 25c. ,4 lb. We noticed sales to-day of 10 casks of ribbed vides at 18.c. O lb. 7 LnRD-Continues in fair supply but the market remains very quiet and prices drooping. There were sales to-day of 40 tierces choice from the levee at 17c. It. Kegs are quoted at 20c. 1j Stlb. and retailing at 19c. for tierces and 21c. V lb. for kegs. Wrrrssr-Is in large supply, but only a small I jobbing trade is doing at $1 80l@2 for Louisiana, and $2 253@2 35 for Western rectified. INDIA BlcoINa--There still continues to be some movement in this article, but all the parti culars are withhlel and and in absence of established figures we give 34@.tiec. 19 yard. Dealers are vsupplying the demand for the country at 34c. ¶9 yard for rolls and 36c. 1;1 yard for bales. Iat.LERO-s-Is in very large supply, but dull at St5c.ý5lj5,c. for lots, and retailing at 16c.c.51Cc. r ilov Tes--Are in fair supply and demand at 11 @t12c. apiece. Goven ttIsl.--Are in good supply but dull at 2h.9h30c. apiece. it Ston1trEs-lPotatoes are selling at $3 2P50,3 50 per barrel. Onions at 4.323 50 per barrel. Apples at ST. Eggs at $3-5@10 per barrel. [? Clhickens at $40I@C, for small, and $4 per doz. for arge, and turkeys at ti3'e$134 50 dozen. NAVAL STORES-lo.in is very scarce with a . fair demand and prices advancing, at t9 for No. ' 1, .01 50 for No. 2 a No. 2 d o. 3, and common at $4 50 :. I5 5? -bblh.; Pitch is selling at $5 350@V,4 5 bbl.: d Tar at it s,07, and Spir;ts of Turpentine at S5c. ul gallton by the barrel, and retailing at 90c. r. it gallon. O. iOs--Linseed is in fair demand at 1 900n.1 95 9 )gallon. Coal Oil is dull at l;ost65c. i; gallon, and Lard Oil at $10t 0@1 ;5 "i gallon. S atl.T.s-There is sovme little demand for Canada atl $ 7hi-082, and Western at $lh!:s1 755 1 hbushel. IItce-Tlsere is a very fair doemand for the new Scrop, whiih are elling at GSr70hc. Bavaria is v ca.re at h5r. a lb. SALT--Is in fair demand,and prices firm at $2 40 I2 75 for Liverpool fine and $2 35@2 50 for coarse in warehouse; $2 10@2:15 for thle former and $2@ 2 10 for the latter by the cargo. Woot-Ito in light supply, and quiet at 16@1ic. for natural, 1t@2200. for Texas A to a merino, 22@2 25c. for j toa merino, and 2t8@31c. for washed. BCTTER ANDe CHEoESE-Western Butter is in good supply but quiet at 22df23c. for common, 25326o. for fair, 270(2c. for prime and 30e@3t5c. for choice. Northern is in light supply and tirm at 40a 15c. for fair and 4~l4Sc. t2 lb. for strictly choice. Cheese is selling at 15c. for skimmed, 21@22c. for factory, e2t. for English dairy, 21@30c. for Stilton and 33r35c. for pine apple. CorrEE-Continues in fair demannl tl.c. 2'l Il., gold duty paid. Dealers are supplying the demand for thie country at 25c.}2,0ic. i. lb. for good to prime Rio, in currency. FRElnaTs-Are quiet, but firm and unchanged, and rates are as follows, viz: le. '1 lb.for Cot ton, 90c..(rol1 bbl. for Flour, by steam to Neea York ; lc. t lb. for Cotton to Boston. By sati to New York and Boston, ,.. yf Ib. for Cotton and 75@0Oc. c4 bbl. for Flour. By sail to Liver pool, 9i-10l d. T9 Ib for Cotton, and 1.c. 5 ii for Cotton to Havre. The steamlshp for Liver . pool is loading at 3d. .e lb. for cotton, antd 45s. ' ehhd. for tolbacco. LO l.OCNT CoIPLErY'S COTTON STATEaENT ANt Cor tones, cGA., Oct. 20, 156O. SO i r .......... Str .l dli ............ r'lrilry . ....... . lan ere t erl. Good Ordiuar ... ... ... 2 Middli. :g I a1r .. ....... L \,i, 1ikdtn: ...... .... ... 29 "air ........................ }Ihddntng ................30 (Tux unpaid) STATErENT ron TIIE WEEK. A rrive d p e.t ernk .......... ................ t A Trrived r evi vMy ........................ 1;3l 5 574! Total ........................... . .....S i EHp 1ted pa eek .....1................ .. ,2 lThe earlier days of the weelk witnessed some transaction, on a basis of 32C. fr middliugs, hb a the market closed to-day dull as above owing te seracity offmends. Yours tuly, OIAOLNT D: CNOTA EY, CatOil Market. a AroJr rrSaO. Ojler. October 26, 1t. Arrived yesterday-53 Texas Beeve. Sold 338 Texas Beeves, 11t Calves and Yearlings, 1 T Hogs, 1553 Sheep and 15 Milch Cows. Stock o, n Sale--1500 Texas and 13 Western Beeves, 69 Calves and Yearlings, 214 HIog, 3728 Sheep ane S60 Milch Coews. We quote: .1 R oWmea ee hoa a a Ot, ..t.............- 7''4- Sestero Baery, 24 quality, B m net............m-- 1 ta - TersBeves, choce, head ....................85 t 50 reaca tte 2do quality head ................ 04.. 2 85 exa Oattle, d qalty, head .................a.15 00a 20 S og aema ros e ................................ . - 1 t --1 0 eoge, 5 eosad ................... .........-- S fPeae, inot, hand ............................ 25 n Sheep, hea ............................. - Cholmeaeern Sheep, head ........... ....... M;lh Cows, choice. 7 lload ..................... 1 0041.l it Milch OowsR, heed. .............................. 50 8s ale s Gow se:th Ca ... ..................l .. niYearllage, head ................................ 7 00U10 14 h T BOOTSYISHOES, HIATS, ETC. 'r B. B. NEWIILL- t e omleielon Dealer en Hoots and Shoes. No. 36 OLD LEVEE STREET, Between Customhtmse and Blenville, SNew ONLasn , LU. E. MAILQUEZE, w WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS AND SHOES,. tso 5 CUal Street. t, Prnieoiac tantce!on paid to Plnt'tleon ordare. JOU4M N . GOULD, AGENT sOOTr AND SHOES AT WHOLESALtC, No. S Magazine Street, I PNEW OELIOAPY. aI U. AIECTELS. e nERCHANT TAILOR, Ne. 518 Caerandelet Street, (Betweeo Carondelet and St. Charles atrecte,) SNew Orleans. JeI'A'PIeO()N3 V, PAPEK, ETSC. Il'T'EN'E:NS db $EYMO$.JE, ic. R. STEVENSi, W. E. SEYMORo,e FeCete. tatitLner,, Iand Fcanemy eaeo No. 86 Ssad tY Cormeon a treet, oppc.c obe City iiaot 0 nvew oaLýA~ il O . PA1:alnI. &e go.. . eg. o PALOMER. JOSEPH WILtr, WhaiocsLe Dealers ie el etaer. envelope. Oifa dw.o., do. 112 raciear trerter et Orienne, Le. GIROCERHIES ANI) PROI)UCE. DUº[ONTEIL &d VILLERE, . (F. DUMONTEIL-EDW. VILLERE,) Commislson Merchants, --a..D- DEALERS IN FOREIGN PRODUCE, No. 157 Common street, between Crindlet and St. Charles streets, New Orleanu. TATE & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MER CIIANTS, Comer NewLevee, Common and ulton streets, New Orleans. ALEX. J. DYAS, of the aid hbos of Dya A Co, is with us, and will be pleasedt to serve IlSe old I rieLd, and customers. TATE & CO. SOTT, WOOD & CO. (W. B. LOTT, Madison co.-CW.WOOD, Canton, Miss.) Wholesale Grocers, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 65 Common and 46 Canal streets. Major G. C. cSbastian has charge of our sales department. MILLIKEN & BISNGIEBR (B. 3IILLIKEN-M. D. BSINOIEB.) Sugar Brokers. AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, S No. 2 Canal street. New Orleans. r ('L AMMACK & SQUIRES, WHOLESALE GROCERS, S 1 New Levee and 19 Fulton Street, Between Oravier and Common streets. Pork, FlorcLard, Sno 'r, Molaases, Coffee, Salt, Fine Wlne, Llqoor,, Tobacco and ta rs, constantly on band in quantitese t tosuitpnrcbasers. Orders for plantation supplies carefully punt p. City orders for family aopplteasolicited. GEO(RO E O. OAILNE/ 6a CO., (J. o, GOODRICH, H. L. GOODRICH, C. R. BAILEY.) S WHOLEBALE GROOBR -Axn II Rommliiuon Merehant, NO. 6R COMMON AND 14 CANAL STREETS. . NWW. ORLEAO L ES GRWHOLESALE GROCER d Commlmlon Merehant, e NO.I7 FRONTAND E AND 1O FULTON STBROTS, It WHOLESL ROCER, Ja New Lvee, HT, 47, 49 and 1 oravlelS strSet, dt NEW ORLEAdS. BIDWELL, PAYNE dO CO. (H. BIDWELL, EM. . PATNE, JNO. L. PANE WLIOLESALE GROCERS, AND DALAERS I WESTER, 0 PRODUCE, Nos. 33 and 3R Tehoupltoultu street, N'ew rlcean , La. I CSMOODSI, O CKETRH T De C OO. (B. H. WOODS-WM. F. PICKETT--MIE, L. KCDe. a t Commeree Street. 15 LARK, STEWART A BIABBS OLD STED,) S MONTWOMERS, ALA. WholesMle and EO etWtl C troeSA, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND COTTON BROKERS, C. Breneccs: SJurey & Harris; H. W. Farie A Co.; Rattle, Noble A Co.; Col. J. o. Nixonand Col. D. B. Penn, New Orleans. GA SURAH, SYRUP ORN S OLARSE.- Creseent CIty S ugar Refinery. la OUT-LOAF, '1. -Ana-. POWDERED SUGAR. jg WHITE and YE,.OW CLARiFIED SUGARi, GOLDEN SYRUP., UR S FAMILY; SYRUP -0 -And se BEBOILED MOLASSES. L.etslana and Wet Indita SUGAR snd MOLASSES, ib A.Tj Thomtonu . Co., 4! Tcbnm,!toui, street' TREOSIORE PELLE, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Llgqors and WInes 49 TOHOUPITOULAS BTREET, A. . D'MEZA. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Importer oA COba Produce. -Also, DealerIo n LOUISIANA BUGAR AoND MOLASSES, Office, No. 10 SL Lodi. strte Louisiana and COub Sugar and Molasess always on han CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. TOBACCO NOTICE. All TOBACCO Inspected end Slored in the Cumberlaod Warehouse, remaining, on hands, is noe stored in the an. ter Street Warehouse. NI. 92. HAYS, Inspecter. OSeptember 21, 1156. S OKOING TOISAe CO. ROANOKE GOLD LEAF, of the brands "i aryln:: Club" (the finest .moking; Tobacco inl America) and '" N a:. For sale to the trade by IPERKINIS, SWENSON & CO., No C aoldelete h o.netr Union. THE VENDEESIG.ED HiAS TIIE IIONOR TO gnufrm his friendm and the public that he hasi opened a RETAIL CIGAR STORE at No. 2. Cirondelet street, where HavaNA CIGaRS ..................CmARS. genuine ind gualr2igported Haa Cigars Ld Cigattely, wIl 5 1 50,050 Genuine Imported IIAVANA CIGARS, in bond and duty paid. For sale in lots to suit. by F. A. GONZAI ES, No. 29 Toho upito flas street. PAPR C KS.......PAPER CIIGARS. Of te celebrated brand of LA IIONRADEZ. 20,000 PACKS, In bond aod dutby paid. For sle in lots to suit, by F. A. GONZALES, SNo. 9 T2houpitonlas street. D CIGARETTES .................CIGARETTES. Cigarettes of the celebrated brand La. IIonradez, guaranteed Sgenine and imported, for sale by tIe ingle mpac ar I5c. per Spack, t No 2 Cnrondelet street, by F. A. GONZALES. HAVANA cCIGARS ....................LCIGARS. 0Geu1ine and guaranteed imported H11111a Cigars, at 5 cents Seach, for saleat No. 2 Crondelet street, by y. A. GONZALES. _ JA. PFERNANDEZ, --IMPORTER OR-s HAVANA CIGAIIS, STOSAC0 AND GENERAL TOMMISSION MERCHATS e. SI Common satret So No. Can Stret, EW ORLEAN.s L Ge r.lS. O rlanaT.H , , L. Co ErHO.. 0. WALSHi, late of Lynchnrg, Va.; ARUR .CONNELL, late of L lg & tomer., A.l. 75PE O GRAVIER NIRCIES To, Whosral H err72Ha iu Nae Orle2 re0 If Mseras. Mcaliel A, Irbyg Lyud ahh ter. T Menes. Cnsah. Lolin 2 h ad t., Nwaan s o fh C OLD BL .2 1. CO.-1 Wh D pors In r Importero o GAVANA CIOARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND POWes CE, 6A Common street, BetweRu MagaHrue sud Tchoupitouaeo, .ew Orleiun. MANOTA*CrR'( or ALL ZIN·. r oz PLUG CHEWING TOBACCOO, 0 . L Rtgasl n o .otreet, 5002 Orlalfa eTICUR.O SNTANA, IMPOKRTER OW FOREIGN FRUIT. Wholei2,e 01ler, ihn 2 kin2,> d Drleds md1Gr12 d7001P No. 11 PFRONT ANDHI IFULTON STR5EETS, Between Ce0moO .,Id Ora Hir , rlete, CFW ORLEANS., ATTO(RNYEYS AT LAW. KELLY * HOWE- - (HENRY B. KELLY; Wx. W. HOWE,) Attorneys at Law, STORY BUILDING-Corner Camp and Common Streets, NEW OR.LEANs, LA. Refer by Permonslon to: The National arlne and Fire Insnce Co., New Orleans. A. Y. Tracey, Ee., robiles - B. H. FORMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 46 Carodelet street, Now Orleans. Kentscby Commissioner. C JAMES H. OUHHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, C ...................R oyal Street..................b H. C. HYEHM, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Intehltoches. La, o orrice AT THE OLD COURTHOXSE. a Particularattentlo podd to the Collection ot Claims. Prac ly tice ln the Courts of Roaider, Woo, abione, Caddo and De Soto. Referl to L. DupHeus, editor of Natchitoches Timeo. BONNEM, GOOD1E * DILLINOHAM. IJ. H. BONNER, E. J. GOODE, J. P. DILLIN4GHAM. Attorneys at Law, (OVER CANAL BANK,) Wsloo or oCAM o nD UOVo ItTNoO S,o, ldgw OLSo.., Will practice tn the Courts of New Orleans, end give strict at. tenton oto obootoanbs tueted to them. In oonnotloa with a reliable Attooey at Waolington, they will prepare nd prose cnt olalme aainolt the Governmont. MOIREHEAD & TRIOG, . (CHAS. S. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM R. TRIGG,) Attorneys at Law, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, Haveaso hootod themoelhes to practice their profession in the counties of Wahlngton,. Tnnica, Coahomo, Bolivar, I,,aqoena and Wearren. E. m. .lSs.- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Ofce, BS amp Street. Business for him, doring any temporary absence, leRwith Mensrs. Clarke & Bayne, will receive mouer attention. i1 USLLOOH d THO I'E SE. NORTH CULLOM, S. R. THORPE.) Attorneys at Law, MARKSVILLE, LOUISIANA. S Praet1ce in the Courts of AvoyeIlel, Polnte Coupe 0 nac Ronldel. Refer to the Propletor eof the Crescent. GIBSON a AUSTIN, (R. L. GIBSON, J. E. AUSTIN.) I8. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, 100 Common street, oppotste City Hotel, New Orleans. HAYS, ADAS. & M OIRE, (HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, E. WARIEN MOISE,) Attorneys and Counselors at Law, IOfOce. 13 St. Ch.rles street--Pecnd floor. SMITH A HALSEY (JAMES B. SMITH, Clinton; J. H. HALSEY, Point Coupee 01' Cort House,) Attenleys.at.Law, Hav.e frmed a partnersbip, and will rntt0c1 thelrprofesoon In the courts of the Seventh Judlcial Dlstrictr SHELDON PARBDEE, (L. A. SHELDON, DON A. PARDERE) ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1, l St. Charles Street, New Orleans. RUDBOLPH. UlNGLESTON * HAUDIE (WILLIAM H. RANDOLPH, CHARLES B. SINGLETON, JOHN W. HABDIE,) Attorneys and Ooonselors at Law. Corner Camp and Notches streets, Over Home Mutual Insurance Company, 78 0amp stOet, NEW ORLEANS. MH a FOUTE cB. H. MARR, H. A. FOUTE, G. W. H. MARE,) Attorneys at Law. M UNION SBEM. ' . A. FOUT.S, Oommlsloner of MiOispslil. COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, Onfce, No. 11 Carondelet0treet, New Orleans, Lome.tan, Will practice Law in the Coarte of New Orleans and will 0ttend to the 0reparatlor of Clams to be Odeoodd atcWoh. Iood iootoo. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NWe 18A& ravIer SSreet, New Orleana. JOHl1N E. HOLLANB, ATORNEY ANID COUN8ELOR AT LAW. No. UG Ro-al street, (orPoslr clrirzzs' drlan) Real7en*, No. 71 S,,lt. 7ltreet HARRISON L SIUNITON. (J. o. HARRISON, THOMAS .ONION,) Attorney. at Law. Will practice in all the 0Certs of New Orlean0 , and lv7 etric7 attention to anybuRlins etrsted to them. In 0on )nnctlon with a oeliable Attorney at Washlngton, they wlI: prepare and preeecute claims Raganst the Gvement Om77-- GOravier street." D"UNAN N. RENNEN. ATTORNEY-A T.L AW, No. ............C rondelet treet.......... . Ha rensumed the Practice of the Law, Havlnlr made professEoal connections In the seeral Par. sEee, will attend to Collections and tl(ims in all the ParFish, 7the S1ta ; an 1, t OlaII ageinwLst the Oo fsnols at Wint. GROCERIES. WINES. ETC. T. F. WALKER & FLOYD. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, O6 and 68 Oraier Street, New Orleans. C. R MILLER .1 CO. Manufacturer ef STEAM REFINED CANDIES, importer of WINES, BRANDY. PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS and ail 5deorlptlns. of FIREWORKS, Agent for the Loa Annelu., Cal,, Wines, 50 and 52 New Levee 1treet. corner of Notesa.. N0. D.G ORAVIER MTREET- We e constantly on hand a fine esortmsen of WINES, BRANDIES, And Fancy lrocerleO, Which we ofter for ale at lowest market rates. HITE k URBDO7F LAY 8 MACTMRI R DO, IMPORTERS, Wholelale and Retnil Fine Wines, rIq.or, E tte., No. 11 UNION STREET. L £. d/ * DA[MRtON, (C. LEDIO, H. DAMMRON.) Whnolesale eroner. and Dealere In ie.ener7l kronutIoni, .slJrg, Tobacco, WINES, LQUORS, ETC., No. Si FOYDRAS STREE(T, NEAR NEW LEVE, WEOLEAIE GROCER, eommsllion and FPrwordlne g lerehnnS. WESTERN PRODVCE. .IREIGON anid SOMESTI6 C WINK} LIQUORS, ETI., ETO. Cones. Cosms oAxe F7577 517177. Nxn Oelehe,. 7, FOlISCRENEER IIIEOTIIERE . WHOLESALE GROCERS --~as- fenlera In F.oreign and Oomes.tle LlnnerJ A .Eent for Pino Apple WhisCky 54 T0IOUTPITOULAS STREFET. NEW ORLLAN, J. A. ILAFFIIR .8 CO,, (SUCCE3ORS TO WM. 17A(SEY,) A(euts to, 10to 1 COIIEIc A 00.,. PHILADELPHIIA ALE AND PORTE' Al,, 'rte rstId Cider, By too (]as:, Barrel or Bottle BOTTLING HOUSE I26 AND 2 BIENVILLE STIREEII Whoieinros Rpot, rS=New Leete street, New Orlo,.!n, Lx. W Shibpping orders promptly attended to, COMMISSION- FORWARDI)JNG. ALLEN, WAYNE &d CO. (J. F. ALLEN-C. G. WAYNE,) Forwarding and CommIslion Merchants, -And GENERAL STEAMBOAT ALrENTS, -ro. New Orleans and sMobile Line Steamers from New Basin. New Orleans and Memphis :Steamers. New Orleans and St. Louis Steamers. New Orleans and Cincinnati Steamers. Memphis and Arkansas Line of Steamers. Offiee--35 NATCHEZ STREET. New Orleans. D. DOW" COMMISSION MEBCHANT, No. 110 Poydras street, nHw onELAS. LIBERAL CASH ADVhACER mdeon Consignments of Cotton nd other ,Produc to mfriend, SPOFFORD, TILESION & CO., NewYork; C. RIIMSHAW & (o., Liverpop,I. W L. , OBINSON, PURCHASING BROKER FOR Sugar and Molanes, on Levee, Plantation and In Store. Office-CORNER CARONDELET AND ORATIER. PERKINS, SWENSON & CO. (WM. M. PERKINS, New OrlaIns, & . SWENSON, N. Y., la Austin, Tex., D. L. RERNION New Ordean,) D eneral Commission Merchants, No. 45 Carondelet street, corner of Union street, New Orleans. INDEPENDENT THROUGH LINE AGENCY. t. MITCHELL, RUTLAND A CO. (Ltet JAQUESR, MIT. lth CHELL & CO.,) BENJ. E. MITCHELL, of New Orleans, JOS. P. RUTLAND, Mobile, Forwardlng and Commislion Merchants, SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT AGENTS, in No.34 Commeree street and 3. Front street MOBILE. ALA. E. W. ADAMS, COMMISSION MERCHANT, MS Alles d'Orleans, Bordeaux, France. B RrrzEBecrs--Hn. C. M. Conrad, Payn, Huntington & C.. W. H. Avery, Gen. D, W. Adatms, Henderson & Gaines, J. A. Brbridge, BouIgny & Eclapon. J. W. ZachariE and J o. Nixon. 1ARTINEZ J PALACIO- (FCO. PIZAREO MARTINEZ--ANTONIO PALACIO.) Comamlilon Merchant.s s 198 GRAVIER STREET, Nwe Onsa..S. DILLINOHABM * IDEBLOIS (0. DILLINGHAM--JOHN DEBLOIS. Snuessors to Weed, Wit.en A Co., Commission Merehants and Wholesale nrocer Noe. 7, 0, 11 and 18 Tchoupltoulas Street, Now O.,Le.., G. L. aonoIU a IRDBE., SE,) (G. L. KOUNS, BEN. B. KOUNS.) Seneral Commnlnlon Merchants, WHOLESALE GROCERS, FANCY GROCERIES, BOAT AND BAR STOEnS. No. Commona street, New Orlsmr nlon folieotloos, Col men to Se, and Orders tol PhaSEn from the Levee, soilclod. GPrticular attention given to Recesiving nd Fomrwr ing Goeds. Liberal Cash Advances made on ConsglnmentI WIlTERAN BROTHERS, (C. P. WR ,IEXAN, H. C. WHITEHMAl, E W. WHITE MAN,) E- Commtlon. Recetvlng and Forwardlna , Merchants, Wholsale and ReI.al Dlers in GRBOBRIES, WESTERN PRODUCE, LIME, OGEMNI NAIL8, Eta, 'o Bayon mara, L. SHanlng ennasmed basinees t their old stand, rsipeSnh: 'solicitsa renewsl of fcrer patronaSn. A. STEWART a UO. (ANDREW STEWART. J.A. AVREA,I COMnmlalon and ForwnrdLng Merehant., -Dealers In BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION FUPPLIES, No. t Poet (or New Levee) treet, comer of Cnal street, (Orom rUs CusroR House,) New Orlans, l.m S.Ct attention paid to the Sale end Storage of 11l kinds of I Produoe, Liberal OashAdvnces madeon Consignmentaand promptretumns. A, Agents for thebs Red BlR Expresa. MITH dk CARS, (J. PINCKNEY SMITH, Csrroll pealsh; JOHN M. OARR, Madison pariab,) Commiulon HMerchants and Purchae·ln Agents. 0I OCr aRn15,,. NEW ORLn~R. U- OEh Advances ma, e on ConNiTnmento . JOSEPH 5. OGLERS ,. (LATE OGLESBY & IMAAULAY,) Commission Herchant, S OS. 75, 7 AND 72 TCHOUPITOdLAS STREIT, Nea OUL,4s. M'ILVAINE BROTHERN, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NE. 4D Broad Street. New Yerk. Cash Idvauem made on sRpments to the above home by JOSEPH H. OGLESBY. 5M. 70 and 72 TehonpLtoMls street BEN. TOLEDIANO. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Ne. 1 Uinilon street, New Orleans. . T . , NOEL, COMMISSION MERoRANT, For the sale of a.ttle Hugs, Sheep, Males and More., STOOCK LANDING, NEW ORLEANS, Sat.sactory references given. C. SENOWETHi. CASEY d CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTSr No. 84 New Levee Street, evee NItreeOL hreveo. COMMISSARDWAREGENEIORAL COMMISSION reselvia and orw. rd. I S Ler,hant And Tre Sale An, tionen BDRETGOOD, GROCERIEANDPROLU DU WHOLESNEREA COMMISSDRETAILON AND LUMBER MERCHANT Levee tro. SJulihret., New Basin. Speol t Oonelnoments oR Cortto and rd Orders fo WM QoTTY l CO.- o. HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION, Reeleivug and Forwarding MerehaRnt, And Trade SIle Actihoneer p DRY OODS, GROOCERIES AND PRODUCE. No. LL ANe D .te ,t. h op Jeferson, L GENERL COMMISSION MERHANTSD LIMPOBER ERCHANT, OFr ee, NW . lE JBll tdle., Nardines e. NEW ORLEANS. SpRool Rattentioon giOer Bnidele' tod StreetO, ' Orders for L. br. Sh LOVEi, omerly ixters, ovemll , New Oriy ANUATURER of . Wkinds of FAOY DI M OS. JUJUBE RCHPASTE and SU GOLD "H E STREET or C ttle, oSLAND DNity oh Jef e.on, L - IOSpOJN m F. T.a oour R L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS -or FrenRh WIeso, ,RSnle., Sardineuo. etc., NO I (OLD LEVEE. STREET. -- 7 OVELL d IlEAIrlG Y, SHIP BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCOANTS. S5 CaroudsIet Strees. 3. J. F. LOVEIL, IooOSpHSBHxter, ,,,ett CO.,NwO OrlEne W. S. BAILEY. ooso~rly Aoor.,,,S PInA GSCo.. BOORs, IT. MANUFACTURER of all 55nd, of FANCY CANDIES SYRUPS, GUM 5ROPS. JUJUBE. PASTE and SIOSA] &LM(0NDI, bF team. 00.01 E VEE STREET, Sftat,, C. Lofs sod JOofI. Nov Orlrse COTTO'N FAICTORS, ETC. LOCKET & , LOCKETT- (E. LOCKETTwt, e Orlea, W. B. LOCKETT, Mie,.,) (1 Cotton Factors and Commlaison MHerchantt, No. 6 Carodelet strt, New Orlcas. SLiberal cash avances on motsignment, made to our add ess. Orders f- goods pmnptly attended to. GLENS, CHALMERS * CO., ke (A.OLENN-A. I. CHALMERS-WM. RBIDONOMO.BE. BHuccesor o . A. GL.s" A Co.,) COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, Commisaloa MHerchants, 18 ................GRAVIER STREET .............. 188 YEW ORLEANS. JOHN Y. MARICO i CO. COTTON FAOTOBS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. RA Carondelet Street, up statrs, coer Perdido street, New s . PE ED, UMMEM * Co., NO. t CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA otton and Tobaeo Factor. GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANTH And Commereial Agenta. HAUMLOW J,. PHELPS a CO.. (HARLOW J. PHELPS, oB New Oleans ; . N. BUOKCB of Kentucky.) Cotton Factors -Am GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 14 GrOser street, betweea Camp and St. Chmla. N C BUTT. PLASH & LYON (CARY W. BUTT-WN. FLASH-HOS. T. A. LYON. Cotton Factor s. GeraEl CommIssion. T FORWARDING MERCHANTS. Comer CaroCdelet and Un.4n streetS , New OrleasI. Lierl cs.h advnces made on consignments to our ddres SOrders or Goods promptly attended to. LOWE & BIOI ON (B. N. LOWE SE. H.ntslle, Al.-A. E. NION, or wSh ..A. Johson a Co., New OreapS.) t COTTON FACTORS, ceneral Commssiton ]Merchants. 4 AINON STREET, NEW ORLEANS. JOHR L. LEE & CO.. (OHN I. LEE, T. JONES BTETWAT.) Cotton P..tor, 37 P.RDIDO E SnSMr New Orlem. ALCUS, SCHERCK & AUTEY (Lews ALCas. IsAAO SanEr, S. D. d AcuTr, ) OTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERECINTTR NO.. . Ca.trondelect tmrat. New Orians, Le. *OGAN aJ PATTON, W. H. HOGAN, late Yasuo Count, MI.(. JOHN PATTON, New Orleans, IA., Cotton Facto. or --uD- GENERAL COMMISSION AN) FORWARDING BIA . HANTS, No. 43 Carondelet street, up staira WARREN a CRAWFORD. u(. J. WARREN, T. W. CRAWFORDJ Bnccessorn to Warren, OGImrs Oa, JOTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 45 Oarondelet Street. New Orlans. .. J J. PERSON I CO., COTrON FACTORB -And - Vsslulon a erechann SIC O Smmo stree STYERNON a dMAY. (JOHN A. STEVENSON, A H. IAT,) Sotton Faceorn GENER"L COMMISSION MERCOHANTS. No. 4O Perdido streS. T WCHE Ai RICHARDSON (I B. WYOHE, J.. . RICHARDSON. SaHeesors toJohe L WyShesA o.) Cottona Factors and Commluton Merchants 4 (PNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. JOHN PHELPS, (Suc5cesor to Phelps A Jon,) COTTON FACTOR --*xn- Unneral Commlsso Merehbat, SI NO. 43 OARONDELET STREET. EW ORLANS .W B. T'ULLI,. (SUCCESSOE OF TARLETON WRITING A TULLIMS LR, Cotton Faetor. No. M PERDIDO STREET, NEW ORLEANS. aS S. WHITED d CO. (S.WHITED, F. S. IBSS,W. L. DRAPER, LEE (RANDALL) COTTON FACTORS, -- n- General CoSmmselon Lerchants, it CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS. HOWA ED, PRESTON. d BA.ID ETT Caoton and Tobacco Factors --ANI COMMISSION MEROHAN TS, 168 Common street, New OnRLaN,, L. DEAN, ADAMS .f GAFF, (T. DEAN, oDesn. MeGlnnls A Wilso. Nrew York ; JNO. D. ADAMS, of Little Rock Ark.; T. GAFF, ofT.A J. W. Gasf, AmsorS Ind ORtton Factors and Commlslion Merchants NO. 40 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. - EDET d PINCKARD- \ (F. F. EDEY, WE. M. PINCEARD, JL,) Cotton Factors and General Commlsslon Mer. chants. No. Si COMMON STREET. NEW ORLEANS. H-HNTINGTON a BROTHER- (A. S. HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.) CotRon Pactors and General Commnsslon Merchants, No. 39 NATCHEZ STREET, NEW ORLEANS. osh advcses made on conslgnments to our sddress andto our friends In New York and Liverpool. T. L. MAXWELL a CO.. Cotton FactonsOseneral Merehandstu BROKERS AND OOMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. IS Nstches strsat, New Orlean L, -OMMhE. PROTHRO d Co.,, (JOHN ROBBER, KosdLSo Mie., N B. . OTHRO, New TS Orlnsm L., JAMES B. ROSSER, New Orlm, La,) Cotton Factors -AN- 6ENERAL OOMMISSION MERCHANTS 46 E lo street. Nle Orleans J R.POWELL. , otton Factor and CSmmisalon MSreeMF 17 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS. W. R. STUART, ots StuSrt A Jams.,) - CHALMERS OORN T, (A. H. OHALMERS, U. . BOON.) COTTON FACTORS Az.' General Commissllon Hsercha'a for NO. 1I8 GRAVIER STREET. New Orll.xs. V HjORRHLL. 4AYLE dn CO. (B. M. HORRELL, J. W. GAYLE, J.E. ISENHOURJ COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISRIOS MERCHOANTS, No. 107 Paydras Isres, NOSeSLISt. ED WARD NALLe a CO COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT Wo. 190 Comnmon Street. G EonO P. CILLJHNr..S, COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISTSON MERCOANT No. 1S GSravier street. CU STAIRS. TI0OS. ]. SCOTT &6 CO., SP51(500. M. SCOTT ,I 0 I(i'll,,s '.rish. Ls.:.TSP. T. Si1 LEY, ol" 0e )r .t: I10EAR , nr |lind. county lisc.; TIaj. S. D. O(L[VIV I, t o (:..r,,Ii .rich, L. .) , Cotton Fators -AR -A:,D- GENERAL COMMIsSION IMER(IIANTS, S1 ;aruondelet .StrsEt. 5.15EW ORLEANS. COTTONfit FACTORS, ETC.! GIiV.EX. WATTS & CO., wlt'A'rrA, GIVEN k 0O., PAi .h. KI.C WATTS CRAN-!% A CO., New, York: W. C. WATTS CO., Li~verpool, Eng.) GENE.AL COMMISSION XENERCHANTS, kit. Common Stree, ' ew (Means Parties rhi Dpp.. thef-tnL·, tons can make thireeleotlon erd have their, cbolee ofthis, the New York or Llrerpool mar. kets. AEKEN . BhrINiEY (ANDREW J. AIKEN-SAMPCRL RAISEY.) Successors to Roothford, Brawn A Co., Cotton Factors mad CmImt..ton u erebmu 60 Cuiodelet stret, New OiINo G EENE, OBLE BY Al CO. . W IR OREENE CO., Viekaboig, Cotten Pasteom, No. 3T PEEDIDO STREET, New OI.mo. X.a G '1I.i~15A -H EtD9-RTER GIILLUN $ ai eh FacP~tors. Porwardin a ndtvsrsret e O wLa eert . G etPf (Wew, - . NliSTWioo W dent as , wn of i[Wll atoo·n Fta t1 L Jikaon. M,.:. Gen. t. , irbl; iWt S SEALIA, ALLES - dc.-. (N.B. pALLS-J. 0. OWELLJ. . . ALLISON,) Cotton Factors and m··o Ynht NO. 122 GRAVSER STREET. NEW ORLEA.2&s Sp-a}LLMU gITM t0 Elik; eodena frmthe wuntr 2 CARtOLL, ROY m CSe (J. W. CARROLL-JOS. ROW-ROHAS JADETSEENQH Cotton Pastors GENERAL CONIIS5IOR ERCiHANTS, No. 86............110 rdldo S*tree........ .N. 80 Ni. Gm.,,,. SCLAP-P BBOS. di C4., (ORG. L. CLAPP, EMORYOLAPJJ `E)pIER,) Cotton Factor. and Coiniulolo UCO5n* 3 0 RION STREET, NRon Ooinsso, Ls. pACE. LAVENDER di HARPA E, - (JAS. T. PACE, of TgiOnia-W. D. LAVENDER, penso.. .ie-W. B. HARPER. or Abawita,) Cotton and Tobacco Faoto,,. GENER.AL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 50...................Unito Strest.i................ No OoWso. Ls. GARSDARD at CRAIG (J. J. GARRARD, Vicksburg; h. N. CRAIG, New Orleans H.NRY AMES, EDGARAMES, St. LoalA s in commendlan Cotton Factors, AND COMMISSION MERCHLANTS, No. 0 Unon street, New Orleans. La LEE UgMADELL 0 C(. COTTON FACTORS, And General Commtsslon Moera. ts, No. 198 GRAVIER STREET. New Oatneas OLIVER P. JACKSON COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. No. 0 tUnlon street. GEORGE S. MA.NEVILLJ, COTTON FACTOR --And- Commsntson Merchant, No. IM OrGvaer street, New Orleame HaMILTnON d BAAKS. (JAMES HAMILTON, JAMES 0. BANKS, Leteof Colm bus, MisllalppL) Cotton Fnetors and General Coammiston Merchants. 45 Union, nd, atr Ist of Octber, 114 Cnrondelet Stmet NEW ORLEANB - BANKH, HAMILTON & CO. (L B. HARWOOD, SL Louis. K IL RICHARDSO Mobile.) Commission Herdhants Corner Vine and Commerdal S6trees ST. LOUIS, MO. -ILLIAMS, NIXON a CO., (FRANK WILULLVS, JOHN NIXON, Ja., WILLIAM I PARKAS,) Cotton Factors. NO. 48 UNION STREET, Naw Ounes. SETYIOUR. YARBROEGH R *a ,, is. SEYMOUR, New Orlens; J. J. YARBROUGH, Man ield, La; JOHN WHiTWORTH, De Soe parish La. COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS S General ommaisson Merchants, No.67 Crandelet street, ew Orleans, a. . E. LEVERICH COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR, --AND- GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 10 Unlon Street. NewOrleans, La. Mr. Wa. E. LEVERICH Is his dely authorized Agent. IjONROE & REDDINGTON, (JOHN T. MONROE, THOS. REDDINOTO Cotton Factors and General CommlssIon Merchants. No. 63 Carondelet street, comer of Perdido street. Agents for Winter Co's celebrated Saw Mille, and the Tredogar Iron Works, RicLhmond, Va. Throlugh Meran. Ofut, McAnerney & Co., New York. STEWART, GALEERETH .0 FIZEB-. (ANDREW STEWART New Orlean-WM. STEWART- W. 0. GALBREATII-JOHN C. FIZER, Meomphi,.) Cotton Factors -ANnD GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 46 Union street, New Orleans GALB.EATH, STEWART * CO. (W. B. OGALBREATH-W. STEWART-JNO. C. FRIZg Memphis; ANDREW STEWART, N. 0.) Wholesale Grocers and CoSton Factor No. 24d Front street, Memphis, Tenn. p ARHAM * BLUNT S(JNO. G. PARHAM of New Orleans, BEVERLY BLUT, or Hands couety, Misa'aippL) COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDING AND OOMMISSION MERCHANTST, AhD PURCHASING AGENd, No. TG Carondelot street. n. Ne Orleans, L - OODS. MATTHEWS d* CO., COTTON FACTORS General Commlsston Merchants, 105 POYDRAS STF.EET, NEW ORLEANS, LA, H .voxPHUL, JR.. m CO.. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEROHANWI Is 100 Poydras Street, Ndw Orleans, La. Libernlcah advances made on Shipments to oa hou, 0 SI. Louei, MS., H. Von PhFb, Sons ACo. - BROO , MACDONALD c CO. (JAB. M. BROOKS-HUGH MACDONALD-- . a GAY Cotton Factors --.r.- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I9 Caondelet .tret, New Orleans Cash advancements made on oo.iigomenta. JAS. CONNOLY & CO.--NO. 85 FOYDR 5tretc Ne, Orlans,. LI LIVINGSTON, FIX A5 CO No. 88 Liberty street, Now Yerk, Cotton Factors and General CommIssls. Mterehants. SLiberal Cash Advances mad. on Cotton and otdher Prn ceanigned to as or to our friends at Liverpool. Jsmo6 Con nely, John Fo,. I.0. ivigtou. E. H. Heli e. SAM DE lIOW . CO... COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 810 Common street, eor. of arondelet, IT AS BEENU pSIOVYED BY ACTUAL TRIAL BY NtrUEROUS PERSONS H5 .\T HOME THAT GREY JACKET BITTERS Invariablyreliev es eorcrs from Dyspepsia, and rainy rate cn titu:ions enleebled by the climate. The.e BITTERS can be purch lsed from all Wh',lele a Roletd Grocers and Drglgi(,s.