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SATURDAY MORNINGO. JANUARY 4, 1868.
5m. rlem 5*U 5arki.
O Frlw $,smm, aJas . I.lE
'bhe movement isa fIsanlal circles has disclosed
io important alreratie of any kind daing the
week erding this evening. The money .qahe
has been fairly supplied with eapital, she banks
have collected sacleat to enable thel to absheorb
all of their depositors' Al short paper and to keep
on bend a satrafactory marln for the purchase of
Excl asge. The general trading eommnalty has
done well in the way of settflement for past In
debtedeues and renewals of orders by country
creditors, and a coensiderabhle amoant of short
paper. not bankable, bhas been placed oat of doors
at 114 Itl cent. 3 month for gilt-edged w.th
ample collaterals, and of long paper at 1 12 ii
cent. 34 annum, secured by metgage on choice
uniocunibored city properly.
GoLn-The variations in Gold daring the week
have at no time exceeded j@4 cenat., and were
uniformly occasioned by the aiterations of the
New York market. Ia fact the present demansd is
a'mcst exclusively restricted to the wants of
parties having duties to pay, and we have heen
unable to designate any speculative Isegairy for
several weeks paLt. Operations today included
only the subjolned amouats, via: $000 sad
$40(00 at 132. ; $2000 and $3500 at 1321; $1000 and
$1510 at 1324, sad $4000 ^-t 133. Sales of laver In
cluded $1350 American Sliver coin at I12; c500
iNexcan dollars at 135#, and 2500 do. at 21 1 cent.
premium on Gold. The ruling figures this even
ing were 132'@l33 for Gold, 127®128 for Amerl
can Silver coin, and 134;@1351 for Mexiscan dol.
SFoutori, Fxcsa.ox-The tendency atof Sterling
and Francs has been in favo: of drawers and
holders throughout to-day. With advi es of con
tinued flrmasse in foreign bills at the North and a
steady advance in :ates of Gold, quotations of
the former have been fully upheld, and in excep
tional caasi Mitdll higher figures haveteen pa d.
The supply has been heavy, however, and the
demand was for the must part confined '*ta an
usually limited number of buyers. We a-ine.
partlcnulars of the aestual sa!es as follows, viz:
£4000 bill of lading sterling at 14t, £901) and
£10,000 bill of lading and olear b.lls at 144i@14),
L5000 bank at 14a1, 70,000Cf. short slght Francs at
3.901., 125,000f. heankers' 60 days' do. at 3.91 f.,
aid 25.C0nf. oemmercast do. at 3.93J 3 5f. tV.
now quote bank Sterling at 14j4@14,. ol'ar
bills at 1440145, bill of lading hills at 1i43 114 1,
bank Francs at 3.90@3 '7f.L, and commier.'I
Francs at 3.9503.921t.
DosETaIc ExImGaN--The demand on the part
of remitters baa bees of a very restlrioted char
acter since our last, and the quotations of yester.
day have been but barely maintanlaed. Offerlings
were ample throughout, and the purchases by
banks and bankers Included oaly the appended
amounts, via: $10 000, $10.CO, $15,000, $20,000,
822,000, $25,000. 0.o0o and $60,000 a 4 cenot.
discount; $20.C000 at 13.16 31 t. discount ;061 13,
$10 000, $12,000, $25.C0O0 sad 450,000 at I Pses
discount, and some trifling amounte of short fight
at correspondlog figure. We conotinue to quote
4 ts cent. discount at hank and @1 I cent. di.
count out of doors for ight cheekas on til North
tCiaa.erst NoT= Ax muarmw--There is no
improvement wbhatever to refar to In the tmove
ment of the latter and operations is the former
are still wholly confined to ales of city and State
notes. A very heavy sad unlooked for advance
hias recently transpired In the latter, however, and
most holders are now unwilling to sell at present
uatetially enhanced pl oes. Some parties will
let them go. however, andthe following statement
of the actual sales to-day will, doubtless, astound
the reader, as it does us, with regard to the very
heavy advance in prices; via: $1500 small city
notes at ]A 3i cent. discount, $82000 do. at 2 3 cent.
discount, $5000 large do. at 12 3 cent. disoount,
$10,000 do. at 121 ' cent.'discosnt. $2030 and
$11,000 do. at 121 cent. disooont. $10,000 do. at
1::) 4 cent. diacount. $100, $82000 and $5000
Loamuisana Sh'te do. at 24 ht cent. discount. $5800
and $30 000 do. at 24. $i cent. discount, and $1000
do. at 241 3 cent. discount. A sale of 10 shares
Union Bank stock was reported late this evening
bractiAL Disva'ws.m-We are Indebted to
the Western Union Telegre lie for copies of
the following private dipitches received over
that ronte to-day, vis:
New York, Joa. 3-10 A. n.-Gold opened
at 1334. 11 A. M.-Gold 1334. Cotton-demand
good, prices have advanced; middlings 1640. ;
good middllngs 18c.: Mobile 170.; Orleans 1744
1741. Sterling 110@1101. 3 P. X.-Gold 1330.
Cotton-demand active at fall prices. Sales to
day 5000 bales : quotations nominally unchanged.
Lir,ppo,1, Jan. 3, 11:15 A. x.-Cotton-de
mand active; prices advanced Id. Uplands 71i..
Orleans 7,d. Sales estimates at 20.000 bales. 1::31
r. it --Cotton-market tirmer. Sales 20,000 bates;
upl,.id 7?d., Orleans 78d.
L...~..,,. Jan. 3. 11:15 .t. .-Consols 1l1 i5
191' for money and 191@1l92 on account; 5.3'
7217t7'.. 1:30 P. x.--onsuls 192; 6-20s 731@
1a£ merdtal anteUlig tm.
Onmasure Oen, ge Omas a ,
Ftriosy avasga. Jan 3. Mind& ,
CoTToN-The year 1868 bhas opened very aus
picitorly for noleers of the leading atple. tnera
lions during the three last days of 1467, whico are
legitimately Included in this report. Indicated
steadily increasing firmness, but the movemuent of
the past three days has diasch ed an soare d-
rand throughout, and an advance of 3493. I lb.
ilpn a'l cle.itications, the greatest improve went
being in the higher grades. Factors have b-en
very slow in bringing forward lists of the bettar
qualitihs since the clie of our last weekly re
view, as mo:st of the cotton received during the
pnet few weeks has been leaty, discolored, and
tresalty. The demand has been ac'lve, tirrn and
gradnealy lucre aitig irom the opening to the
cloe of abe week, and the tftal salcs exhibit a
decided increase as compered witlL previous re
ports. To-day the market has beet ezteediu'ly
excited under advices of rapidly advancing priccs
at Liverpool and New Yurk, and the competitioe
an tif such a character that nearly every Isnt ex
p. rad for sale was tuken before the close of bust
net.a, at unusually high prices, the total salea for
the day looting u| 5:5t0 balos. We annex the
clhimg rates the evening. and fcr reference pnh
hdt in iarallel colnmns the ruling flguree Friday
cvening, the 27th ult., as follows, viz :
gl 1,TATItON4 OF COTTON.
De- 27. . &
Olr ...... 12 li..t
(tdo , a Ir, ,ia y .. .... . L , "I 11J 4141
La, w Mlddingl . . . .. . -- (4l4 It 4lI
Mid hi" .. . .. . ...... ral" I, ;
St.,, % , ,1 11 .. .... ....... . . . - 'I t I
Thl agcregate sales for the week were 3l,t;11
bale.. apinti 2:.i 0 bales last week and :,.,u00
Labst he weak before. The net receipts fcotet
up 2,.3;,. balh's, against 3ti.Gt2 bales last week
showing a decrease of 5:247 tales, and :i.9oi
lahts itertilt he aeet beftre. The tatal ex
l,,rtr s n euinnd io 2,. t.l biles, against 27.021
tiles last wek and 27.7:3 hates the week before;
and the steck on hand and on shipboard not
cleared tils evenino is 113 ;il halos against 111,
,it isles last week and li2,0t53 bales at the close
if the previous week. The heavy advance in the
staple during the pest week is perhaps as -nuci
die to the failing off of previous estimatne of the
trp 1t t 7 si to asy other cau-e. The exports
titi;, It, .,, e ek have teen divided as follows, viz:
i l. tis fr New Yo k, 117 bales for Baston,
II I hlhs for lItarceloca. Iid bales for Bremen,
!CI3 bah s for llevre and 11 110 bales for Liver
pool. As the exports generally desi~nte the
a.. it f buyers, it may be well to remark in this
is ltin that the above are made up mes°ty
trouti previuso piirchi.5 ant that the principal
oteratw lut.g the past week have been for
hurop. an ccontinent il ports.
CiMi'AiATIl. It .I r I or n T cT'rrTon AT 5Sit5 PORT
,- 3 . •e .....t .........t
u~.lad" si i S,.c~ Iit..... ... ,
4*3..'" I. . .$7 itD.0 J.........
Dec. -.. . tt,13
Ieedfreom hilt, la.
atr Ts p.. ... .... ,3 2 2"4
ao e anes, Sbet th suppl7o..h . .35.too 5
Ti. c o....- - have lle rmowaijatlion to no
Tere under' thm hedig during lie last iPesk.
Thler a, however, several ordera hlere fer fe
nluceien mSirkens, bul the supply on hand in too smai
pidce operatos to come forward very freetl.
teacne pis durint the past week have been larger
the sr several weeka, but are still of a very
r f-.,,d c hasacter. There is also a fair demand
for 'he city trade and for haling, and operations
A-e cuodned preilcipaily for those piarporne. Bales
L embre osly 14 hhda. Ia lets, at oTe. for lags.
ai 2 hhds.of the sew stop. esmig as fnscy
-wrapper, from the Ketack purhase by R. T.
TTaris, a a3436e. i Z. We l leesa:
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Il si LW ..r . ...... ...................... N
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D TO3ACCO 5tA1llUUY.
mf Uebaroed spU.l - b.a re-. ipt .. . .. .es,15t
waeslved ss eet- 7. ......................... t
Sdem fun r tikles end te eodsump an ....l. .e 5,72s
- slek M aeissa rt ,d ...e ............. s6
ik emand, which for the medium aad choilrs-rdes
re has been fairly active. The inquiry has been
to about equal aided betwee buyers for neigh
is boing p ans and the Western markets, and
of sic have ruled Arm with an advace of fully
t . lb. The lower grades have been to a great
or degree snieeted, altheough prices dislose so ma
i terol alteration, but bares remained steady
d throuhout. ales were made early in the m eet
i at 1111 c. for fair, bat the market.eloea s to-day
n Arm at 1ql@ v0. for low fea'r. Operations for
0 the week embrace -- bds., and we now quote
n. the markes i at the followia g rates:
S tetere..... ~ 7de. t, l.Plto Pir....eilo(s e. o ma
(º ',oma.n .... K '11) 4 'e. "" t Irue........ 13 @ '' . "
OoodCom... 9 9' 9e. "" D;oS~o....... l$.'8,dt4 n. ""
Fdteal......... a ratillsu. hYe rowemai'd s4'4tead.
Good Fatr...1 1 (4.ifor . a h bu ite ." ret ls to-ay
Tthe week's rceipts embrace 2127 bhds., and
the exports 180 bads.
tMOLAMtlcns-Has been fa active deasnd dbriq
the week ader review. Receipts, however,
owing probably to the fact that the holidays are
generrily obsterved by a!l plantation hands, have
been of rather a lmited character, but prices
disclosed no variation of any kind. Bales for the
week embrace 4iO bbis., and the market closes
firm as follows: 40-.!5e. for Inferior, 30@35c. for
Scommon, 602ic. for fair, 65867c. for fer
tenting, 68077c. for prime and strie dy do., and
lc. k gallon f'or choice. The week's receipte
embrare 4029 bbl.., and the exporhs 812 bble.
Imported, 166 bhds., 38 tiercee and 23 bbls.
WasTass PaoDrc,-The general markets dar.
ing the past week Ihave ruled dull and heavy.
j Merchants have, however,.seemed but little dis
posed to enter into any new business, but were
rt generally busy In making out their annual state
Smeats and acdounts and settling uno old businuse.
r and is most instances the past calendar year has
not proven as profitable as could have beea
y wished, but notwithstanding,our merchants, soth.
id leg daunted, are looking forward whth considera.
Sble cosodece, believing the coming year cannot
t be less remuneratthe thes t e one Just pamed.
SReceipts of all kinds, owing to the renewal of
Snavigation om the upper rivers, show a heaaJ n
t crease oveMbe past three or four weeks. ilur
Sremark) we must omit ouer as receipts have been.
.when tie rivers were at theim lowest point much
h. heavier. The floor market has ruled decidedly
doll and heavy during the entire week now under
to review; as it was the closing week of the yeatr,
e and Is yet too soon for merchants to again get
or under lull headway, but little business was anti
to cipated. There are, however, several orders for
o shipment, but at lower figures than holders
ad seemed willing at Orst to accept, although
at as the week advanced, they were more
g disposed to meet the market, and sales
t were made at materially reduced figures.
d The demand by the trade nau been of an ex
tremely limited cbharacter, as dealers generally
have been tell supplied and confidently expect
ing lower prices sad heavier receipts, have par
t chased cau'touly. Coru opened with a market
Sentirely bare of supplies on the landing. The de
at mand however wueef an extremely limited char.
o acter sad pr`oees barely sustained. There is quite
0 a heavy demand for export, at 93c.@8$1 1 bushel,
D and were recetpts of any magnitude and prices
es within the views of buyers, a heavy trade would
i be done i thls line. As the week closed arriva'a
from the West became more lively, and holders.
o in order to realms, were forced to a decline of 10
of tl2e. it bushel, the market elosing with a mo.
sr crate inquiry for shipment, at 950.@t$1 I bushel
for all grades. Oats have ruled dull and heavy
rd throughout the entire week. Receipts during the
9d post two or three days have been quite liberal,
and with no improvement whatever in the dew tod,
Sprices declined 10o. fl bushel on the openlig
rates. Is Bran Oeely a limited Jobbing trade hs
been done. but p rices steady throughout. Hay
d has rulcddull and prices declined $2@S3 io ton.
Piotvsions-The market for all articles com
e. prised under this heading has been very duoll:
Stransactiona have been principally in a retail way
Ssad prices unsettled and declining throughont.
It eceipta of mcss pork Jhave been considerably
heavier than for some time previous, and piices,
S owing to the extremely limited demand aid low
Srates at other marketi, have declined ftally $2i
bbl. Heavy old mess sells at higher rates than
the new packing lately received, and is in more
request. Smoked meats of all descriptions have
ruled dull and heavy with a decline for the week
of ,'lly lc. ) lb., the market closing very inactive
and with a furtherdownward tendency. Lard has
ruled dull sad heavy. There have been receipts of
Sseveral smal lots of tierce, which have been
a. freely offeredut without success, except at ma
-. terially reduced rates, sad we notice a decline for
t the week of fully le. V lb. Bulk meats have been
id in moderate jobbing demand, but pricees declined
f Lot --.les 0for the week embrace 8125 bbls..
. of whleh 1410 at auction, of all grades, at $13 70t
S$14 15 for fine to sholce, 338 fi at private
n ste, at $6 73CR 25, 753 superfine at $I 50, 9 374
r @9 25, 570 sengle extra at $:* 75@9 50, 2&SJ
double extra at $10t9 50, 3000 treble and choice
, at $10 ,0@12 50 for low trsble,and $13@l3 15 for
d choice, although some very favorite brands have
ii sold as high as $14 50015 bbl. To-day opera
re tions were confined princtlplly to the sale of darn
a aged at auction and the only transactions we
e- learned of at private sale were 750 bbls., of which
300 and 73 treb!e ex:ra at$11 73, 100 do.at $10 50,
75 do. st 811 25, 100 choics at $14 2.5 and 10,3 do.
z at $14 75 l bbl. The week's receipts comprise
. 12 171 bkls. and the exports 1659 bbls.
. ('os0s- -ales reported daring the week embrare
r 19,900 sacks at $1 10, $1 07,, $1 05, $16jie. t
e bushe'. To day we noticed a very active demand
h- for export. but at reduced figures, and sales wer,'
made of 12.000 sacks, In Jot., at 95c.G$1 ]l bushel,
and some few lota in poororder, at 92)c. bushel.
The week's receipts comprise 33,923 sacks, and
the exports 674 sacks.
Oa(s-Ssles for the week embrace 5000 sacks,
at 85, 80, 75 and 73,. 0 bushel. To-day there
was qiite an active demand, but at low puibes,
and sales were made of 25100 and 1000 sacks at
Yc.. 400 at 75c., and 200 at 71c it .uuhel. The
I week's receipts comprise h206 sacts, and the ex
ports 310 sacks.
B1lA--The only sales reported embrace only
i-It eacks at S241 '5. To day we learned ot
sales of only 100 sacks at 81 ,5 100 It ,. The
week's recetits comprise 5-., sa'ks, and the
ex Iortq wr>..
t 'iv-ales report*d embhraee only 47:. hales a,
-; for \\estern lrairte, $27(rg20 for *:ho.e (hinI
river. Tc day there were eales of 40 batei prime
Weesern at $2', i4 dd. at $2' 56, and l0) do. at
e $2N tin. The week's receipts comprise 1621
bales, and the exports 50 boles.
S l'os- Sales repoeted during the week e'n
to br-e Sil0 bbis., at f22 5O0'722 s hhl. for old. To -
. day ollerings were few, but with no buyers, and
proies still unsettled. We qnote nominsily new
mars at $21 50. and old at $22 ]1 bbl. for lots, and
r: jobbbrg at $2:l(:23 50 fs bbl.
be BAcot-ialeC reported comprIse 124 casks
shoulders at t@9qc., and 40 tierces h tms at lI',
ly c. 15. To day only a limited jlbbing trade
was one at j'@10c. tur shoulders, 151 Ic. for
or clear rib sides, 14!4je. for clear si el, ani 12
@lic. lt. for hams. Bulk meats are du!t at
> AQe. t. for shoulders. The week's receipts
c niprised 2,5 casks and 637 tierces, and the cx
ports 50 casks and 20 tierces.
LAs --tales for the week embrane 703 tierees
at 14slJ3c.. and 200 kegs at 13I'_1tlc. $ b. To
7 day the only satee reported were 30 sad $0 tieroes
at 13c. p lb., and we new lU0te tieroes at 10.
and kegs at 131@14c. W lb. The week's receipts
- comprfse 1477 ierees and 1207 kegs, and the ex
etport in 60 kens..
W ports-We26er0 k. in good supply but dud,at
,7@'5c. ygallon in bond, according to proof.
The stock of Lonilinaa Is light, with a air demand.
It is quoted is bead at 3.540t., according to
llicx--Loluhssa is plety,sad selling at 5@10j0.
for common to choice. Carolina Is selliag ast
10w- e. India nominal at e.
' Cornxs-Qulet, and prices firm at 14l07c.,
- gold, for common to chole, and 15@23e. la cur
* Baaxs--o demasd. Northern are sefliog at
- $12011 j bbl., and Wetera $10@12; masket
o overstegqed and dali.
S Povroass--Are plenty adle tair demand. We
K. quote St. Louis at 84; M l at $4 69,,sn
r- clhice Northern at 84 SeOS p bbl. Wentem
it lanty at be G b5. ale t8 Is.. dne
. ichnse at $5.
ir Arrcs--The market Is overstocked. ellslag at
y $208 I bbl. for choice, owing to the havy arri
O ONIos-None to themarket.
s Dswn Fl'w-.-New ae are .11mg at 6070,
.fo . v .tetlb lei lg
borms, e% A 29 _S quw rgghoums Fdg 21 v
22e., and dtrum IDSe, lb. a
VloasA--Is quiet sellg at 25c. for cider, a
sad 270Se. for Caelm m.
BfEr Teueras-.Del at 06 50 dosda. I
Dams Basr- Pair supply sad d a IT. b. .
Pale~r-.Market westooked, but dall at $3
082 Be. I1
Euasr assý , eel-.a fair demoad at 1617.c.
Bra ssa hu s- 810 8$12.
6 820 -~~s-O~. S~
]ls Ht ble. $12 600$13, bbs. $223 1
lrv-za- Market is overstoked with the grades I
of ntaferior aud good, whbile hebolese is is ight sup- II
ply. Prices are t resnlar, sad we now quote com- a
meo Westera at 1030.; ir do. at l. tte., ad a
choice de. 300356. 9 .; Neseterm at 405, and fý
choice do. ai 48@05c. ;j1b It
Cr - bt C =- b ha y md eers Reserve $
I the stock is heavy sad in lt demad with prioes 0
s easier. We ow quote Westorn Beaerve and
choicePactor at l2 5le. m. oemmoa Factory a
at 10@12c. 11 b., Wstera gsi Dairy 15@16o.. ,
Northern Ealish Dairy l415c.; ISo. V a for a
Cream. 96 boxes Cheese Western Beserve at 14o. I
t SaL.-.Ihe demead is hfi, aid .wig to lght p
spplies and the limited amoamt ae the way to this
port, prices exhibit conesiderable improvement. I
SWe new quote be from store at $2 75@3, coarse e
at 82 502 65, and from warehouse fine at $2 90
r and coarse st $2 40. Cargoes are held at $ 25 and ti
upwards, according to the amosnt of fle in cargo.
There are only mall lots of Turk's !slead ofering t~
at $202 26 I beg. One cargo, thin ine 6918 u
beg sold at $t 14 east afloat. One eargo now g
afoatf Ie eide at $2 0. .
Ta w-The supply is litght with fahirleeoslde
mand at 10 W lb. for city reminere ad llI@l1. L
for ecatry. i
LmIssnDOIL-Is i i tlghraoppl ,but the demand p
limited, and prices are easier. We quote $1 23@ c
1 30 gallon.
Comx MsEAL-Is i fair supply sand dull at $5 25 lI
b bl. for choice kiln dried for lots. J
Fsavaaa--The supply is moderate and demand
incresed, prices firm at 80090e. for Western. h
SLAln OIL.-The market is better supplied with
winter strained and in good demand, and we now
quote $1 05@$1 10 1 gallon forsummerand $1 20
9$1 25 for winterstraimed.
COAL OI.-Cases are in moderate nsupply sad
request at 67@070c. ' gallon according to brand.
The receipts of coal oM to barrels is more liberal
and with a light demand, prices declined. We
now quote 6@60c0. 9 gallon for straw colored
and 5 60SGOc. for prime white.
Comru Sun D lL-Is in fair supply but with
only a moderate demand at 95e. for refined and
70c. V gallon for crude.
Cov o Basss-Heavy supply with moderate de
mand at $14 d ton.
Sriuire Trsesaxurs--Is in fairsupply with light 0
demand. We qauote loit at 46U-c. and jobbyg
at 48e. . gallon.
Rosit-Stock on hand is heavy, but there have
been a sales, owing to the high rate of freights. e
We nd quote No. 1 at 83 6003 75, No. 2 at $3@
$3 121 and No. 3 at $2 75 10 bbl. C
Pniom-The market is baere of this artisle, 1
while it continues to be in fairdemansd. We quote
at 6$5 for Southern and $7 for Carolina.
TARs-The supply is heavy, but the demand is
light, owing to hiaher sates of freight. We quote
Sbbl,. at $2 50(3, bbls. $4, according to size. 1
('CuacotL--ales 1500 bbis. ati5o. 1 bbl.
lNInta BAcouu-Market dull. Jobobing rates
22@23c. Kentucky is dull at 22c. }l yard.
bt'.NY BaGs-There is a moderate stock on I
hand. with a fair demand, and prieO ruling from
BALs Rors-The supply is fair for the demand,
which is light. We quote P@9oc. I S..
laon Tiza-Demand moderate at 8@8oc. q lb.
Boor POLEi-Are in fair supply and very dull
at $20 ; 10,0 for barrels, and $60070 1 1000 for P
1.IE-Thomsston and Roeklad are is light
supply with a fair demand, *d prices are firm at c
$2 75 barrel for small lots; by cargo $2 30fl-.
Cape Lime, full size barrels, is selhling at $2 70;
small barrels at $1 60@1 75 bbl. C
Foos-Scarce at 45@500. 11 dos. in boxes and h
t$40 jl bbl. b
Wool-The stock small and demand fair. I
Bury 614cl.. native 1617c., Texas 16@20c.,
washed 23027c. a
STAN CanDi.e-Are in moderate demand, but (
prices exhibit a downward tendency. We quote C
Ilt.9 i#e. for 12 os., 14 os. at 214e., and full 1
Caxuuca.s-The market is well supplied, ad f
shipments from foreign ports are liberal We
quote Soda Ash 34.. for 48 per cent., 4 for 50 per
cent. Caustic Soda 14 for 61 per cent. Bi-Garb. e
Boda G0,i4. and Sal Sods 34c. V lb.
Hings--The stock on hand Ie moderate and the
market very dull and irregular. Prices are so an.
settled that we are unable to give other than sp.
proximating quotations, viz: Green salted nomi
nal at 8-c. ' lb.; dry country. 14@15 % 1t ;
Mexican. 16(17e.; Texes stretched, 15@16c.;
r deer skins, 25@30c. I lb.; Indian dressed d..,
$1 25@1 50. 1
FaEGlire--Remain quiet, but owing to a bet.
Ster inquiry, especially for foreign ports, rates are
6 mer, and in some instances higher prices paid. c
We now quote by sweam for New York #c. for cot
c ton and $6 hhd. for sugar; molasses $2 50 h I
hbl. By steam for Boeton, le. for cotton.
By sail for New York and Boston, jo. for I
cotton, 60c. ; bbl. for flour, and $7 hhd.
for tobaseco. By steam for Liverpool. Id. I 1,
r for cotton. By sail 9-.1I6 d. V lb. for cotton and
42s. 6d. W hhd. for tubaeco, and by sail to Harre
WIEELY CorE rTATSrTxfw.-The following a
statement of our Coffee market, for the week end
uing this evening, Is from the circular of Mr. H. T.
Lonedale, cofee broker, viz:
Imports from Rio de Jansiro, from lmt July 1866,
to 30th June, 1867, 81,013 bags; same period pro
vious year, 44,055 bags; increase in 16'-1,7,
36,958 bags. Arrivals this week. none. Imports
from lst July last, to date, 63,044 bags. Sales
during pest wek: Ex-Ella I. Thayer, 7.0 bags.
at 16eg10l0.: ox-Mary E. Rich, 461 bag. st
llo@llie. In bond; ex-Rosalie. 11 baso, at 154?59
loc, :ex.Charles Henry. 75 bags, at 1;84,. Total,
1434 bags. Brock made up as follows: J. L.
Phipps & Co.. 10 5t7 bags; Elliott & McKeever,
4344 bhgs: G. Westieldt, 3504 bags; Chaffraix &
Apar, 4C,0 bags; Rodoesoachi & Franihiadi,
3M54 bags; Si'kenstadt & Co.. 2500 bags; E.
8tockmeyer, 1500spba. Total, 30.669 bage. Gold
quotation this day. 132*. Market: Prime to
choiee, 16A417o., gold duty paid; fair to gooe
fair, 154Gile , gold duty paid; common, ltc.,
gold duty paid.
I~eotonn ma, ses.
C('r or Jzrransoe, Jad. 4. 1856.
Arrived doting tbe past week-1425 Texas 8
BPeves, 6, I. Calves and Yearlings, 779 Higs, 1503
Sheep, and 34, Milch Cows. Sold-1"t3 Texr I
keeses, u11, Calves and Yearlings. 34 Hoigs, 14%4
Sheep and tt ?hlth Cows. Stock on sale--tt).
Texas and :7 Western Beeves, 301 Calves and
Yearlings. 716 Hogs, 13119 Sheep and 72 Mitch
Cows. We quote:
*.smuouaewsa es. 9 ase.............. ---
Wstera Seer. 5d qusilty. 9 • set ...
teams 5 .. tg qua ltty. e heit ..... --'5 - O
teTe wthe. rd yestt, ad............... .bu I
r ware m .satk.d s quadlty, J blea ....t I, r e nin) u
8lo5ISPVlgo ...................... - ' --I
h'toep outtn * d eree ....... ..... -
Sheep, se oth quadty, h w.. . ctead...I. . iS )
itheep, thirdquasIty, hteamd ...............1 oi i
lilch Cows, chotee, IIs, ....... ...... - --'tDO Dt
Mitch mOWl., erft fuihy ha. b.....tdo. b0 wte '
za Cowt with (snyssmp.....i...............c.- -i
V,,es. Ii 1 ...................... S 34412)
Oreits rmad .............................i bto
ftatsday Monhisl. Jet 4 tist i
The weather yeselbeay continued bright, but
very warm and unrseaOable, the heat ranging up
to lhout 75 degreoe in the shade.
Business on the landing was moderately active
ayeeterdny, as many stramners were untaurthening
themselves of the freight brought down, but we
a could not discern any improvement ., shipments.
Freights remain very dull to all points. ut wew
hope t at there will be some improvement to-day.
lhiore re a large sumber of hosts advertised to
le.wh this afternoon, asd we presume if the
thweatr roes fbavatble the leveo will bels
crowded to~wttzeea their dep~artnre.
Till TOW BOAT SiJARE CO~ltrO.--FW1'nI adie
o patch received by Catp. BurdeWa we learn that
the tow boot Sha~rk, with IAve barges, together
with the grain elevator, passed Vicksbnrg ye~ter
tday moruing, aod wilt ariv to-morrow. Among
the articisa embrace din theceargom 2c17,COQ bushels
of corn, in bulk. We leas that th tow boat t
Mohawk, of the same line, will alseo e here in a
few days. She has 88.000 basheis of cora, in bulk,
beeldes a large amount of other Weatera produce.
4 The arrivals were not namesoau, yesterday.
IWealata, Enterprise, Lizate Tate end Victory
we theeaiy bestethat mode thdr eppebaeae.
The J. K. Sharp, mina Simmeo, Alaeka. Mary
a ieDomald, 8 Charles and Wi. Butler left in the
a esarse of the day for their varloqe deetlatinma.
Many boats passed Cairo and Memphis during
t the week, and pre cue. The telearsph arrange
ments are so badly masaged at Vicksburg that
seeniers generally arrive in port before we have
any Intimation of their haviug parea* that potat.
The memmer . A. omoeyr wAl be found at
a uses peavety at 5 o'lock this dfl t
The steamers Rlchaoad sad Gov. Aina are Ux
pted to arrive ody. -
By dispatch to G. L ý & Mlo., from Lou's.
výi, we. earrmst sgl eel d wa vaer
steamer Era No. 8, lef l o ef, t and
will arrive IN about a _ L to take her ,
place ll e Kooun Li on Sher. Thihis
the rst beat thKe .Ke ree, bete beut since the
ys of the old rs Lie before thb w. w
The steamer Welter B.DAsaee ame to the lower
seaseon I the New Orlnuty sad Came trade. rt
The Deace is well adapted or the trade, having
Iestorage oom, with an enella eabn
lch Is oaedwith will t Improe de
fastidious. The Desee Is Now receiving aed willi
Tan ST. Mays.-Thi is e and new steamer
arrived hero few days since In eosmaLadf Capt
. , and is a present having her guards
stro coned for the purpose of eeatni etton. N
she t. y a new and spies ponger P
epket, and t. e Dye intend th
macbits river hado He re e w be fbed
n a day or two, and she will leave here on her
first trip to Caed neztWedansday or Thateday.
Mr. Morris Dorsey will presie over the ooe of "
the St. Marys.
Lomsvn.Lz res LouvImu..--At 5 r. I. to-day
this superiorM'an fast paessgr pauketOn Of
the fnest steamers afloat, takes her leave of as,
going to above and way points, Is charse of the
pop r Capt. M. B. P sel, with that old rivert
vorite, Mr. H. . Brue, Is the efee. The
Loauisville eonnaeets at Cairo with the IllMnos Cms.
tral Railroad; at Louisville with steames for all ,
poite on the Ohio river, sad takes freight for all
coest and bend landings.
Vicsestao roe MaIrrn s AND tnU B Ds.-Thoe e
large, elegant p enger pakeot Vksburg, Capt.
John Brooks, commander, and Mr. Pres. ork Is
the office, leaves at 5 o'otook this evening for all
landings up to Memphis. The passenger o
commodatlona of the Vickabrg are equal to SY
sad surpassed by nose in h trade, and her ar
base and efficient officers spare no paines or ex
pease in administering to the welfare and comfort
of their gnuets. e
Makerti-United Sates Mail and Passenger ON
Packet for Vicksburg To Day.-The large, fleet, tsar
staunch, and most magnifoeat pessenger packet
Magenta, Capt. T. P. Leathers, commander, is the a
regular steamer for Vicksburg to-4py. The Ma- DI
gents is ander the charge of the met worthy, re a
ble and perened officers. Mess. Samuel
Ayles and Ed. Shaw are the clerks of the
Magenta. The Magenta leaves t to the minute, 5 C
o'clock this evedg. The Magenta will connect 8
with regular pakets, and will take freight for all
landings on the Yaoo up to Greenwood.
WALTza B. Darcs out CAnDEA.-The large,
elegant passenger packet Walter B. Dance. Capt. U,
R. el. Livingston, commander, and Mr. Wm. B. ,
Clarke in the office, leaves at 5 o'clock this even
ing for all landings up to Camden.
H. A. Honevsa ros Otracarra Bivus.-The
p issenger packet H. A. Homeyer Capt. E. S.
mustin, commander, leaves at 5 o'clock this j
evening, for all landings up to Trenton. Mr. as
Sam. Whyte officiates in the office of this boat.
Jtuvo FLvrcuunaroaCanow.-Tbe comfortable I
passenger packet Judge Fletcher, Capt. k Cu
Keeling, commander, and Capt. H. L. Watts, e
leaves at 5 P. is. to-day for the above and way
landrgse. Her accommodations are first elass,
having a neat cabin with large state-rooms and an
IRoN Crrv roan RDan Rhva.-Captain John M.
Gilbam, will to.day, at 5 P. M., back out his neat
passenger packet Iron City, for the above sad a
way landings. The Iron City has a neat cpbin. r
and can accommodate all of her guests with every d
comfort to make traveling on her a pleasure. Mr.
Win. T. Gilbam is the clerk of the Iron Uity.
FaNNY GILBRT-KOT Rs Line-for Red Ricer. C
Capt. Geo. L. Kouna will back out at 5 this evening t
his neat and very light-draft packet Fanny Gil
bert, for all landings on Red River. Mr. C. W.
Drown is the efficient clerk of this steamer.
LizzIs TATS Froa -D Rims.-The new e.,
and complete light draft packet isale Tate, .
C. W. oiande, *eam deMr, and Mr, Md. a.
Groves, clerk. leaves at 5 P. . for Jefbrson,
Shreveport and way landlngs. She is staunch,
swi " and commodious ; her cabin is tastefully c
WILD WAGONER b FO NATcsEz.-This favorite,
superior and fast passenger packet. leaves this
evening at 5 o'clock for Natchez. She b's large, tb
airy and most elegantly farnished staterootnm. n
Capt. E. F. Grose is in command, while the ever p,
obliging and attentive Meoes. John U. Libano and
Joe. Holmes, officiate as clerks.
NEw ERA FOR DouNALDiOsVILLn.-Thiefastand a
soperior passenger packet, in command of Capt.
A. Dugas, with Mr. E. 0. Melancon in the offie,
leaves for the above and all coast landings at 5
o'clock this day.
VicTORY FOR BATON Ro oz.--This fast and v
comfortable passenger packet, in command of
Capt. A. Abrams, with the attentive Mr. George
McD. Madere in the office, will leave to-day at 10
o'clock, for all coast landings up to Baton Rouge.
The Victory has splendid passenger accommoda
tions and sets a first-class table. as
LAIRt FOR TwU WATrnIao PLAcUE.-This fine,
new, low pressure passenger packet, In command
of Captain Joe Walker, leaves this day from
the Lake end of the P'onthertrain railroad for the
above named places on the arrival of the 12 i.
train of cars.
0n s0 md* PiONW hrUBBY, asw O5L5ANM, IA.
Eeme.r i . o3eOu m2 n *erehates, Cl
eeb mlr oheeaefOesa, lea,. Vidasy, Orm, Tebame se
sit hdesodf wesuern Predeo Eavingum as Inament aeosm
benaee, rs.e se e se seaed s omes Wnn'b mi y5
*aalefadned Tebeassta bead, th. striarg aspester dadese V.
atses op MOase n thae mtble iaia bl adeame madel
forhmaoe, to th1e Schoom mdrthe dcn ato Boyi ss.
lpes on MNDy AY thlendi optembss er
CiAsA SCd OsLsc Schooloru t.e d
Theiloalty of this Institution is delighttal, combinig Iad
the advantage of town rand country The prounds r ample
ndw btagoe n bead stie amedorte with oalmmoay the
fen. shrobbery, The immedinte icinity ad rl weabtila tees, and
rHeently furnished from ellar to Seterber and t, now being
rlbsintsd, repspered, recleaned ort d repurctIed, so thy t
Tcality in t le whotlcountry will be morl helethfuln
THe di pline of te o hool will bo he rmild and pela a,
arm srd dbeid.d, ahd gvery edYart will bnemldl to deatdp the
phyaicra, ibt alectaand ro reS t ppsltes. of thoe heib.ees
Prentl unof the fcrooliasprepared to board son ow helmw
Trin e for resien df adiv Meutdt:
tuition In tPrimary Depurtmewt .. ...................r h
Higher Brdnclesof Mo hemrtiucs andwClatSes,d ach petra b ut
hefYornces from Tenneesat-Col fat. Meatheok pui. H.
F. Deortenreid, CoL WI N. Perkins, st h Io Bradley, Twl.
Col W. L McLemore. J. A MeEwen, Eq., coL John L.
houe, Tev. Ar o. nnnsham. D. , e. Francis
ais Dr. John i . Parky Joha Carter, eq., . Ewn
oq..JrdgenP. G .P -kinJ. W. ely, obt. P. Mo ,
Refereness from Tnstee---oLa. Audre a o. Plea, Dr. t
.Sandnersl, Gesn W erry C rl, R tandl Mcra vock
lotl., 5aml. t CroL kett, Esq ., Tomn Wot., Esq., Jeh.
i.Iay, J. C. Grha ma, u t. g Trhea .ephe McOhe vack,
deates M. Wherry, Wythe ot; Jame- A. Walker ,
R e .m. uie M. 'leyd. rhe .. PMoeal, o . .nty
A . .o. We,.terr. C. .Aa ro.t
VSIheqSllem I r .C iLIc ette. h uomsRqit t
Tha,- C.tita( - a fbsll e.a.Te, S gtedlpthagc edyao l
C .d hberry ,e athe a ontyl p d Use, James A ade
"ake charg of themch for the whol hear.
s. Eppdwimem. Weparn J.a W. Aen rder, Cd. W. . a a
End Cnl . 1 W.M tsayld ihee k Piu lJohnty.
AV eI NAMIthIea 6 T LLANCIT I. AIT ,
ie chagOe . Jr.. aw oerthw le WIyma A 8 P
, Irebeis thtNavy
BoA aioe sao Prsme.
aJ w o Os ana
or Uh Ilsv.B.Arera.1. r
mntr, p sd.e.su at e ts,.. .a
lave " .ý an at. .i.& ,i? J
July. w h N w- d 1 i R. 1t .r .71
awspe, dN. 1 ,a a e. . anW ; b . S. A r. VW. 6
dash at . ,w d u; nas, ILk (W. .
rspeeemntnin L. " ; e. O.-L eeS. aem *.P
Grand Chaes;: P. A. W MW s m .d o , IW. ems
Mershal; P. O. E shtM . .1t. ikb W. mets d sr
Pe. 17. i. Mhinste 3.2l; Pl o. . 3me, X1 .
arm D uo . _ a JIoX.1. ..S: I LN, a, .
tries. 8; P. .L T. Onbessg e, at. Ilk UliS,. 4;
P. & P. Cdlat, of . TUntdsh M. 6' P. 4 . Q4
sans. e Da . D sM so. i P. Wh. anr fot . .
DIMrl x.. U; P.L. UJaea a, ef MH. Dasis Eve N; P.
G. ZrnsMt Sl, t s.e. Dises Hll.
Onsneoe OmmeSnie-als e I-6wt -P. ameb.w 1
W. Eea, ete. ; P. 0. MaeLr 1mt i. Iish,
1.a; P.. . Mater Jeba lIaue, f . i.
I.VasL-P. a ag. es s I. am.ser, et Na.
P. . M aaiem, d 6o ; 1. Jib . Taa, d.
amaruisae sad ah-ZosmP. wear Seemd !a..
pIosu, OfaM.. N ; P. e. N es _- iy -- 0 4 .
Pa. . a. adeO; o. . s . .A.. t.
IS, r. G. Master A. WteHseao fd e, 0; . d. A. W.
eya, .f1e.. .I
Lq, atee.-P. 0. wat Ler ar ow d. .. IN;, P. .
H. Goeldmam, a .eie; P.G . J. V. Gadw ..i, o . ;
:Iasae.-P. Y6. -am P. lSwa,, d Mes. 1* P. ,e Jam J
L Bene, sf. 6; P. G. sem 7. 116/ MA4t
OsdoWetlr.-P. G. A.A. Eta, d ..1 IP 4. K L
wnmme, lf .13r P. Jeo Wm.s, des.a S.
A D eammalndes rti the w. W. Gead elr or GaasI
Saeretary .!veld be law -i-d 4. the oSsa d1a Osad Si.
wtlary, evr the Cremaset Male lemasmO Gea .
mr of Camp et ea·dammmdd P .al .t
JosIAM P011033, O4 Semtmh.
Unb.re Staea LEsges.
LOUISIANA ODO 10. 1
Ment. every /idM geming, Ia Ladgeat e.s. ea ietba
Cresmat Mutual lasurase Coepany. Oasw .. a
su, . 0.; J. 3. Leokwod, V.T.; O. A. Dmas faeW.
S WASHINOTON LOD e. 3L
Meeaevery brlruad ewiagl b, M-asgr 3ddsl , 3Mrd
DiMtrict OMsera-.. J.oIhns. 3 .s w; . A. ams Is
man, V. G.; Cha. H. P.eg etash.
UNION LODOGE 0. 1
Meets every Peadsaoeveing.a Laedge 3emm L . 2, .aN
Camp setroet, over the Chambw t emmer.es. OM.ms-W.
8. iagblato, . G ; Wa. Hylnd, V. G.; W. BHodglas,
metary. 30 3 Dob 8O.L
Meet. avery Thursday evuami, to Ledge m W3. , ever
the llome MtnalA lasarose Co.pa, smw o CamCp d I
t atches streets. Ofeer-Ge Weigha.a. 3.6.; Gea L
Cuainag, V. .; Jao. Outalea, e aateey.
JIa aEON lODGE 3m. a
Meets every Thuroday eAting, i Jeasm HRD. emsr of
Massine aad Phil Ip sstsa, earth DisUkt. Olema a
J Vandegrti N. 6; J. M ladedeh. T. G.; 5. 0. Golding.
ertary. TUTONIA LODGE NO. 1.
Meets every Taday evealg tn ldge lom seram
Cuastmbouse stres and Eczsge AIt. eam.-H
Kappr, . ..; P. ahet, V. G.; o. Ikbe. /Ameerar.
onLEANxs LODGE a n.
Meets averyTaeday eveunglat Ledga leeom e 1. ever a
the Crescent Mutual Insuraee Cempeao. OMe Jeh V.
Celos, . G. ; H. R. MoVey, V. ; K. pm .
OOMMERCIAL LODOGE O. 0
Moetsevery Wedaeaday eualag I da [dge mn 3o.. k
82 Camp street, over the Chamber et Cemmsre.
Thou L. Jones, N. G.; W.. J. Ande V. .; Q..
HOWARD LODGE NO. 1.
Mneet every Thursday vealaig Ia Ledgef4em N. 1, over
Crescent the Muatual la,,sarOesnes. Oee.-Busese P.
rougere,M. O.; Jams. Trrdea, V. G.; J. M. Memsa, Sr
HOPE LODGE 0. IL.
Mewe every Wedasda emang ti Lade em Ie 1, I
ever the Creeemat Munta Iames Osagemy. Oer.m-J.
. Preadergest, . 6.; A. e.maa V, . i. helamr.
" DELTA LODGE 9O. .
Ieats every Menday eve m to Ledge l.eIm.e 1, ever Ie
Creeens Mutual Insurame Compsay. Olcrs-. W. ader,
.; . .; a eadnl, . V.; 1J. a Is, lsenImr
TEMPLAR LODGE 30O 1I
Met every Friday eveaing, Im Lodge Rem NMe., eve r
the Home Mutual Inearane compae, coer of Camp aad
latches streets. Oecorro-dward Pilabery, . 6.; 0. 6.
Poaet, V. G.; A. Wallace funter, Secretary.
COVENANT LODGE O. 17.
Meets every Tuesday evenung, In the Marig8y 3uodlge,
Third Distrlec OMcnrs-Samuol Weeol, N. Q.; H.i- Ham
mond, V. G.; J. P. Bmasett, Secretary.
POLA STAB LODGE NO. 12
Meets every Wedneeday evening. In Polar Star Bem, St.
Loit street. OM.er-L Marebad. 3. G.; H. Courtedw
V. G., A. Mosnier. Secretary.
MAGNOLIA LODGE NO. .
Meets every Tuesday evening, tn Lodge oom No. , No.
82 Camp street, over the ( hamber of tmmore. Oeeawr
aWm Tenbrtnk, N. G.; J W. Freet, V. .; J. T. MIcCmack,
INDEPENDkNCE LODGE NO. sL
Meets every Thursday evrsg,ta P re Star Ree, St. L eLa
street. Omcer.-F. Plater, N . ; J. Frank, V. Q.; J. L.
OERMANIA LODGE NO. 3.
Meeta every Tuesday evealeg. No. - Tebospitolas itrIet,
bewoesn Jackson and Phi lip street, eourth District. 1
O ners-Pr. eter, N.. .; Ch. O. M.e, V. an.; D. imoe,.
PACIFIC LODGE NO 32
Mesh every Wednsday eveanla ia PaSle aM, Je·tersea
City. Oerse-J. J. Krlder.N.. ; Jaei a WrtIht, . G.;
H.. Brown. Sorretary.
HUBRMAM LIODIGE MO.
Mees ery Wednedyn eveaning ln Mari Bu aelbng,
Third District OfIer-A. Harker, . .; LQ3l0.* ,
V. 0.. L ScIkhmid, eretary.
Meets every Thburuday evanita, lna Beom N 3, Na. e a I
atreet. over the Chamber of Commer OSeos-Jeha 0b
na, 3. 0.; Henry Ceuars, V. 0.; Frank Smith, Sepasy.
MERCHANTS LODGE 0. ta
Meets every Meaday venrig, Ina eem a . ever M I
Hog Mutual ILsurance Comprny, ewner e'Cimp ad I
NMatches street. Omeers--. N. Thomea, . 6.; i.. . I
Waker, VG. ; John F. Ellott, ecoetary.
MELVETIA LODGh MO. 4.
Meea every Thursday eentag reaol Hall. Jelsem.
Cty. Ocer-i-enry Br, I. a.; George W,, V.6. J.
De et. Lodge Me 7. st Batos Roeag
St. Latdry Lodge lo. o, 51 Opelousse.
Clinton Lodge No. 27. at ClIion,
Exre.slor Lodge Nao. 34, at ThlibedLa
New Iberia Lodge No. 3, at New Iberia.
Prairie LodKe No. 37, as Waubhlatou.
Clalboroe Lodge No 41. at Minden.
JOSIIH POLG0M., Grand Necretary.
EAOLE DEGRRE LODOE NO. 1.
Meets every first and third Setorday, in Lodge Boom o. 5,
rever the lome Mutaul Insuorace Compamy, comer Camp and
atehes itreets. Osrer-A. Meurese, D. M.; A. J. ea
deruriff, D. . M.; Henry Haskel, deeary and Tre.
THE R. W. GRAND EICAMPMENT O LOUISIA
Meets nml t-annually on the ft fth Wednesday tn Jamnary
srdJuuy. Oficers-Luther Homes, of No. l.M. W. Grad
Patrith: (;Ceo. DirmoneerT. of No. 1, M. . Grd High
Priant; 0. N M.crl, of No. 1, 3L . Oread WLade; J
T. Wlnnetore, of to 3 . R W irand scribe; B. Deilvre of
No I l. I W. Orand Treeemr; A W. Madmoll, e J. .,
W. I. Juaiar Ward.m; A. Wallace aMr, n er . i ,
RW. Grand Represemtative; Gtrg* Nen;omer,, la M . 7,.
0. Marehall; 3. W. Wolvrtan, of No. I, . .saad Seitlel;
M. Froakfetr ds f. 5 D. Orad Baestel.
TSuwoe CommrrrSu-.--Osdtdzi rd LbJrl,-W. ,a
Wiliame, Reht FHkIln, Ret. rea.
Fir'os---. 3. Rusha, J. Potter, W. C. WIela.
ar.t q( IAe Order.-J. 6. DenIM, I P. Tear, WIlae
c(..,,:!,tinO f DLOe-Ew.rd -- M1Uapeoth Wllles
Whitell, U. W. loper.
Mesh o es S. Firs, t mad Thad eh e hiabmem , in
LQIdge cm No. !, over the Ceueom Maled lamuaeoetn
pa. Of'corJ. . Hem, Q. .i 1 . O. . Deal , i
A. Thamen aribe.
1OAM ENCAWFUaIlT NO. 8
Nash lhe Sasead sad Femrk assrdepe .1 e sii in
Ledge eoom No. 2, ever the Creaeed Metdmd
Cempiny. oieere-J. 3. WalherC. 1.; 1. Ali,
H.P.; see. w. ISad, sede
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