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M.; Jan A. May.. S. W.; Ja. L Hea4 J. W.; .M -
VASTO LODGr NO. 113.
COaser, Oldrell Parish, Ls Oer--I L D. G
raldt., W. ; W. T. uBettles, S. W.; AB. 'd. W . .
kms" seimars. I
URIM LODGE NO. IILt
PMrhville.Omachlta Pari.nh lO. oSr-ThL L lstap
seu,. M.; W. W. Patrick. & W.; L A. , J .;
Jona H. Miling, ecretary. t
BARTHOLOMEW LODGE 0 I0 11i
Plantservil a, Morehouse Parild. La OoerJtal Me
rory, W M.; J. W.Baer. & W.;J. W. MBlord. J. W.
J. &. Knox, ar.r.eay t
THOMAS JEFFIERON LODGE NO. 11
Spearaella UCloo Pariash. La. (Mert-V. L pan
W. . 0 Carroll, WI.; B. F. Harr ,W.; Bltum
Hays. Secreary. Si
81IREVEPORT LODGE IO. 111
hirevepor L Of(lcers- W. Hoe., W .; C. 8. tpike,
8. W.; . B. Benatt, J. W.; B. Kalonma Br., Secreary.
AIACIA LODGE NO. 111. oi
lsquemle. Ibrrllie Parh. L ( eu o.Dsd
larrow. W M.; G. Erhltlaer, W.; L LatLhew, J. W.;
Johb. Marcat. Becrtary.
TERRYVIIl.L LODDK NI,.118.
Quay, Clelborne Parish La (eers- H., F. Pe.tty W. M.; 5
J. Rwlnt 8. W ; W. W. Taylor, J. W.,. . . Daemda, iN
DEERFIEILD LODGE NO
Deerfsld, Carroll Parith, La. Ocare-- fi. . Tresevasi
W. ; Daniel . Travis W.; Y. as.ty,J. W.; .Le V
. Sleder, Iecretary.
LIRON LODGE NO. l.
Libos. I, lalborne Parish. La. Omrs.-p. L. Williams .
w. ; W. D. Bser, s. ; ; tth Tao . w. L
MACKEY LO)DE NO. !~
Riuggld. Bleatile Parish, La Orers D. B. Hay., W.
M.; H. D. Bhaler. .; H. V. T eeM . J .; .A. J. Elat
LIBERTY LODGE NO. 1
-seti. Deto Parish, La Ofeer--A. afs, . M.
P J. Hirriso, . W.; Robet Ho, J. W W Splaer. -
ieetary. RELLERTOW LODGE 1 I
gellertown, East Felllana Parish, I O ares-.. J
Pmblem . W. ; J. A. Ramsey. W.; TrusaPn, J.
W.; A. J. Noreoid, SecrUary. W
PEARL LIVER LODGE N I2
Shady Orove, Washington Pariah, L Ososr--W C.
Warrn, . M.; V. L H. Faulk.. LW Ja.n F. Art, J.
W., J-s R. Ford, Secretary.
ARCADIA LODGE NO. VM
Areada. Beivile Parish, La. Ohee~ao- Jamas Brm,, Jr.,
W. M.; E. Gdrshami, . W.; A. J. Wi...n, J. W.; Jno. L
SPRING HILL LODtIE n. 117.
Sprng Hill, Lnon Irass Roads,, t¢. OfeernJ. P
eve~mrt, W.M ; . W. lowe, B. W. J. . Tesmaa,J. W.;
J. W. Hopks, Secretary
DAWBON LODGE NO. L.
Seott( . Ciburne Parist. La OLft, e-W. I. Thomp
scn, W .; Wm. Milla, . W., D. J. rera. J. W.; A. .
Therats, AsetaMry. 1
SHILOH LODGE NO. 1.
Sh1ok, Union Pariah, IA O~leor--. K. FPuler, W. N.;
L. J. Loveleas, W.; WB. lde, J. ..;J. O. L. Whle,
OORDY LODGE NO. 'i.
ObmeyIl, tapidee Parish, Ih Ooer, -J. B. . Adbert,
W. .; J. L Pearsa, . .; i.S. tarsals, J. W. Isaa
C. Johaona. eretarary.
PLAINS LODGE NO. its,
Ptalastaee, East BSesoo Rogao I. O re,-. .ou.gm,
w M; A. . Carter, 8. W.; J. D. lasle. J.W.; T.
Mil, Sear.tary. .,
ATHENS LODGE NO IRS.
hesmb Cloames Parish. La. Osear-Hu. A. MaOrland,
W. M.; W. F.~ , b. W.; J.A . IlrI J. W.; L J.
DOUMA LODGE 0 o.R
Houm, TYwrseans Parish, IA Ofesra.-Dueaea S.0age,
W. M.; Ja. Phles, W.; A S. Merick,. J. W.; L W.
irme..a. S.e...rt .
COOL SPRING LeODGE O. IL,
Veal Sprige, Clalborne Parish, La Olfsra-Jo. T. Tine,
W. M.; Elbert Gray, & W.; A. V Palrs.r, J. W.; Gat. W.
DOWNSVILLE LODGE NO. iN
Dewaville, Union Parish. L. Omoa,-.Jo. . eter
W. .; Jaaw. al, & W.; B. H. HearyJ. W.; L L Pipes. 9
OCEAN LODGE NO. O4
Pelr ar Hall, orner Ramparand a isto M ets. New
Orlesas O Gers-A. Goldmean, W. i; J. . Oseper, S.
I.; Wi older, J. W.; J. A L ett, kreray. A
HOPE LODGE NO. ,
VTrwBUl vtll. Laayette Parish. Cowro-r . B. Belley,
W. tr..; H; Ji. J. Ca ,;.W., Was BraIds,
SILENT BROTHERHOOD, LO GE NO. 1L
Ceashatta (' hbe. Natrhaebes Parsh .. Oaeers--r A.
L McCardy, W. M.; Jultes ises, A W .1s. S. Lea, J. W.; I
Mark Ie. Secretary.
ANACOCO LODGE NCW, 14.
Asseees, Sabtae Parish, La. Osow--N. H. Bray, W.
B.; Jno A. Brow, . W.; W.1 . Jo , J. W.; Jn. M.
RED LAND LODGE No 14$.
Rocky Meant, Boarr Parish, LA tiorseJ. 0. Allen,.
WM ; A.L Edesa. .; A. J. , arling, J. W. ; J. J.
DARLINGTON LODGE 1hO. 14.
Darltagiam, SL HelemaPariah, La. Chscre-O. . ColIes
W. .; J. . Ntle, W.; W. F. D bshy, J, W.; G. L
EATERN STAR LODGII.NO. 151.
Vie~aid. Vies Pariah. La. Ofier >J. A lertIl. V. 3.;
J. . Coo, & W.; J. J. Dckerson, J. .; John A. Dixme
HOMER LODGE NO. 11.
remer, Claiborne Parish, La. Of ters--A. O. ill, W.
; i. ware a w.; . a. Lipetns,, . W.; J.I B. m
S ST. JOIN'S LODGE Pie A
Algiers. IA O~ears-A. B. Suger. W. t; Joas Me
Olae, W.; .Fras~arts. J. W.; X. H. Martia. Berer
FILLMORE LODGIE 1(. It. I
Fillmore. Boaster Parish, LA Oies-?. V. Bledaon. V
L; HBeecrormesu, W.; N. Mar~ J. .W.i L J. Ham
CHERY IDGE LODGE N. In
Chery RIg CUnm Parish. I, O11 ~r--Y.. I Srd, W.
M.; GeargaemFea. S. W.; N.J. Las. W.; 5 E.Gilbui
c APIDBB LODGcEB NQi.
Hodd'ushma, B(p.d Parith. La Ol sra-G h A. Smith,
V 1.; Cbsa I. OaksL S. W.; Thoe i. Vght . W
LIsso leaper Secreary.
MORGANZA LODGE NI). 5H.
Morgansa. Potus (upia rarlh, L. --OlMer--J No.
aimW M .; R. biobuiso., . W.;Orude :elaJ. W.; W. k
LIVIGOWTIt LDODE NO. I.
Preabeala. Llvtnase Puriaro. L oiiare- K 8 H.y,
W M, B F. BaIrs. W.; S. RD. ims J. W.; J. W.
AfO)ZIVILLE LODDGE NO. S1.
Iade I[seahe, Moorraase Parish; La. Omu-J. P
Jno Jseam Sueetry.
BURNSYILLE LODGE I O.I
aeos 'bolahar Parish, la i)r-. 5. Visa.
W. .. M. Boriu, & W.: J V. D4.J.. W.; Sdars
'rrar. lATCOHAFALATA LODl NO.158
lammesari Awarolse Parish. La 0Gmr-P. . RSal..
ht. WVM ; P. J. ,helley. H W.; ha' dmlth, J. W.; J. B.
COLUMBIA L ODGE 0. I.
Cesambia. CaldweI Parish. LA O.re-4t-C. C. Medith.
W. 3.; R D. Brider, W.; Je J. aer, J. W., . S.
iernasees. Secrrrt y.
LAKE 'IHARLHE LOD( I NO 1M
Lae Charles. Nalchstorhc" Peril. La. OleasA-. B.
V tsia #. d .;I KL blmm. S. V.. W i. Meeve.J. V.;
1. J. Ksack, Ieretary.
EXCLIIOR LODGE PO. 1K.
Greld Lodgu Hal, Newr Olrens. Omters-- . Bra3
W U J . vrwtord. S. W.; J 1. Corll. rel . W.; O. V.
LINWOOD LDODGE NO 1I7.
Bible Hlols, 1A ' a.p street. Ne Orleese. OSr
Wa MBDUls. V, 3. Uo. Bsad. & W.; WV . UHail,
.VW., asrsy Abel. Secretary.
MONY)OMERY W)DGI O. IMI
Ieiemeory, Wis Perish. LA mi~seu.aml Ber
a.ta. W. ; A. M. O'aQult., a. W. . ,·a.J. W.:
David Hordy, eeustary
BAYNE8VILLE LODGE SO. l
itayamortlte talhcrne Parish. La Omcero-H. V. 3rk
ptrch, ; 3 . t , Nelson. S. ., J. R. mth . .V.;
W. S (opelsa Sereary.
OC LODGE NO. 17!.
Ort.sa. Omeecr-S D. Ourrd. V. 1.; J. L lte, a
W.; N. Dal., J. W.; P. Bernard, Sekerery.
101MOS LODGE NO. 171.
w..ros.... ora.-dws, rP. Hel. V. w .; 5.3.
lgad ors 5 W.; V. Feas .J. W.; CaN WVlbar, Jr.,
UION LODGl NC. 111
lew Ouleme. Oa6g-8ea 5 Pahet4 V. 5.1 Gealara
Troy, S. V;. Thoa 5. Collsas. V.; dba A Naponi Sees.
OsEWT LODGE MO ILl
Gund Ledge all. N. O. Obero4J. P. Barer, W. N;
S. W. SI-l... a w.; . . laIt. .. ; v. Miey.
PsI " eS .we, snmla ed Ublea ssW. 3.0.
I. V.; A. lede, seermy.
lMITS 01T WODGI 3O. I1.
Amil e , 0 ii i3dm h lt 06eue-s
LLNUTT L tT Ut E AzLBis lo .o
wlNs 0 te 5IUI33LTro3 Or
THU GRAND LODGE OP IA)UISIA' .
FEEFECT 11ON LODGE NO0 L
Issta en Eamiart street, beseen Malt and aLr 1~ I iP
aw Orlesas. Officers for I47-Rene Lairn, W. M.; . A.
Iesa. L W.;J. Dale , J. W.; P. N. Judice, Semetar
POLAIA TAR LOUGE NO. L
Mest. on Rampart Strese, coener ea History * M,
lw Orlean. O rrre-P Lra..eor. W. V.; P B ..uwt
W.; J. Msye14, J. W.; Ott* Schwnoner, Secretary.
L(OUIBIANA RELIEF LODGE NO. L
Meets Gra d Lod-.e Ha1. New Orleans ORceras-; r
lambsr,er. W. .: Js. H. Derange, 8. W.; 8aa u. t.
kwlJ. W.; Fred. Hol)lsad, eeret.ty.
CONCORDE LODGE NO. 1
Meets in Polar brat Hall. corner Ramart anld t
reets. New Orlan OMer,--J R ,-rsps n WM I. 1
.Devro, K. W.; T. Fwrraut. J. W.; B A. Darroc,. ~, . I
PERSEVERAt('E LODGE NO 4
Meaft earner Maat and St (lanad stre te ,wo (Or-"t
ftets-l-I.nry St. (ie,W M.; Henry P*darre. .W.,J l 1
a.aer, J A.W. . A. t'~. oniua, SReretary.
LOS AMTGOS DEL oKnEN IODGiE NO I
Mets. on ConU. between Vlllere and Iebinoo, streets, New
less. OMeers Jue* Panelee, W. V.; Juan Banes. S.
r.. Anthony Partage J. W , C. C. Pan, ecretery.
BT. ANDREW LODGEB O. I
Meets o Rampart street, betwes MN ain and qt P % 1' "t-".',
Ilw Orleuns Oficers-H. oerIse. W. .; P. MIedl, V,.;
L Damtsu, J W.; A. Duff(rd Sersetary.
BILENCIO LODGE NO. t.
ets at Polar Star Hall, corner amp and H isory stree s,
We ode.m. sana V.P. M.7 maw. t. rtaeMes. t
F.; M. Plare, J. W.; C. Timeaes, Becretary.
HUMBLE COTTAGE LODGE NO. IL
Opaloles. bt. Landry Parish L. Ofaioer-J.mes Ray. W.
1., InrIes Mays, B. W., Gksroe fa-tord, J. W., Jo~e: b
I. lbharda. Secrtrruy.
WESTERN STAR LODGE NO. 34.
Monroe, Oeahlta I r:.ih. L Oltheor-Js.. Menltrs
V M. P. Esel., s. : . (i. Chambrlatn, J. W.; John A
ST. ALBAN'R LODGE. NO. si.
Jcskeos, East Feliclian Panih, La llforc-e-tr *.
lasard, W. M.; Va.. C. Mat:ly. S. V.; A.L Lis, ,
. W.; I H. C. Kbllger, ecretary.
FELICIANA LOD)'E NO. SL
t. trancsville, L. Om.ber.--W. W. Laea . WM., K i.
seriltg, S. W.; John W. Barry, J. W.; E. D. Kea.:ent
PHE'NTI LODGE NO. 38.
Neathlinenhs, L. Odicers-J. . BrIeda, W M.; W. Y.
ack, . W.; Uose. B. sggleston, J. W.; i m. Pays , re
FOTER MAGONNIQUE LODGE NO. 6.
Meets on Kmapart street. btwwen Maln aid S. I'hrllp
treetl, New Orleans Oflcer--P. BrsPger, W. M; 0.
Lata, 8. W., G Ittman, J. W., C. Coeureois, Secretsry.
JACKSONI LODGE NO. 41.
Greewood Caddo Pnlarh. iL~ . Odlers-- J. Y. F rd, W.
L.; J. W. KrginsP , S. W.; I H. Bangi. W.; J. A.
GERMABIA LODGE NO. 46.
Vests on M. Loauis, near Clhorne Sreet,. New Orlearn
)Rcas- Phil. Schnelder, W. M.; Cbus. Koereall;, b. W.;
I. Koesh, J. W.; Jacub Gagenbim, Secretary.
ST. JAMES LODGE NO. 47.
Baton Roegs, La. OLicerea-ieo. A. Pik. W. M: W. H.
reotabe, S W.; . C. ogel, . J. W.; J. JaMtremaki, Bcre.
MINDEN LODGE NO. SL
Mindse, La. OfIeso-4. W. Berry, W. M.; H. RatcLff;,l
N.; J. J. Carter, J. W.; W. K Paeton, Secretary.
OLIVE LODGE NO. 61
CMaton, East Fellclan Parisb, La. Ofieers-G. W. Mmn
iy, W. M.; J. P. Moaba. &W.; Q. H. Pukwo J. W.;
SJ. PaLbs, Secretary.
UNION FRATERNAL LODGE NO IR
Farmerwtill*, OSc.rc--W. C. Smith, W. .; T. B.
ompkinR a W.; W. A. McFarlarn. J. W.; Thomas U.
- B- Secretary.
MOUNT GERT1zM LODGE NO. l.,
astros, La. OMcers--. G. Pa-wsns, W. M.: Jno. W.
tgmaa. B. W.; D. C. Morgan, J. W.; A. 1. Sasy, Secre.
DE SOTO LODGE NO. .
Maneleld, Deooto Pariah, La Olcers--Rolli'u WIllIams,
. M. ; Jackson Doulas, . . W.: '. J. Williams. J. W.; J.
L. MAclra am, Secretary.
FRA KILIN LODGE NO. 87.
resnlta. St Mary's Parish, La Officers-A. L. Tuckr
N. M.; Normna Trowbridga b. W.; Wa. . Paker, J. W.;
L B. r8S, Smnmq.
FRIENNS OF HARMONY LODGE NO. It
Meet in UGred L .de Hail, Sew ,irtiue Odosrn.-.-laoss
D~ai, W. M.; P. McColgea, S. W.; C. HL Wittimour J. W.;
1.1 Marks, ecrrary.
MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. I
Mesi at the Bible House. 163 Camp street, ew Orlgna.
(heefe--F. W. Delederner. W. M.; W. D. G. Bedford, B.
W.; W. H. Moon, J. W.; Jas Furnauz, secretary.
TUNICA LODGE NO. 6.
Tetea Landing. La Officers--W. T. Coxs,W. M.; J. 1.
Bekgeeas & W.; M. P. Day, J. W.; Hy. H. Day. Beanreary.
GEO. WASHINGTON LODGE NO. .
read Lodge Hall, New Orlesmt O es-W. H. LH. s,
W. M.; John H. aLket, V. W.; L M. tak, J. W.; F. A.
DUDLEY LODGE NO. 6.
Grand Lodge Hall. New Orleans. Odieere-Edwln Marks,
W. M.; J. H Degrease. . W., B. J Measiomery, J. W.;
A. McKay, Secretary.
MARION LODGE NO. aS
oras Irdge Hall. New Orleans. Ofclrs-H. P. Buckley.
W. M.; R. H. Br wne, & W.; K. Higmabothm. J. W.;
Wa. K Todd. Becretary.
HIRAM LODGE NO. 75
rtad Ledge Hall, New Oreana. O.as-S-am'I Levy, W.
.; HIy. BrenB. w.; Oscar ZEacosky, J. W.; M. D. Lagee.
ALPHA HOME IDGE NO. 71
orad Ledge Hal, N.O. O eersc-J. A. Dsaltae. W.
N.; Davd Barry, , W.; Fandl Hom, J. W.; Va. P. Yer.
SABIWNE IDOD NO. 75.
ort Jesa, BaoIns Purlarh, La. Ocrs--C. Beek, W,
4.; . sare*, S. W.; L ltokr, J. W.
QUITMAI LODGE NO. 78.
B(ible HoeS. 111 Cu:mp ereon, N. O 0:!h r- ( *p.' -
ot 0. las HI. Wiuncdd e . .; Woi. Iumd..ro, .i.
#.; W. T. Deaing. BSereasry.
OKLEAN8 IjDoIE NO. Is.
Url Lod- a', ()N . ()lherrs-- u t, W. Mur . .;
, Kaller, . W.; J. T hettrew, r J. W.; C WIl'..
DE WI'T ULINTOSN LIDOE Nil. 1)
Maros, I lon, Per'*,, La. Ofie .-R. - Thomas. W.
", W T. !' rer, r.. W.; Jau. Creoshaw. J. W.; ( E.. Joan
NOUNT VERMON LODiE NO. M.
Lseazspoertl Lo Others-4ui I Cole W. H.; J. B. Sin
t!r, . Wa.; F. L.. .ky , J.. W.. J. L Bioaey. doorery
OLlER LODGiE 10 4.
Alexandria, La. Othcers-Juhius Levnu, W. M; Jnts
gunt, b. W.; noses Rgenth. 4. W.; J. V. Marrest. llecr
YI EAAN? HIIILL LOtIHI NO , 1.
Penst Huil, )cS% ,t Puihb, La U.Ocer-lohn W
root, W.M , J. H. Lae, . W.; Jsse T. Eedd.ng, J W..
4. J. Davls. horetary
LA FAYETTE LODGE NO. 7.
Ptter·oMnville. La Oheers--U--ire , Com,, W. B.; Hfr.
1 Nentro;p, l. W.;Thomaa S handers. J. W.; J~ob
ANY LODUgE Ino. Ut
Vay, NashPno Parst, La. Orr--.Ja . K Pharts. W t ,
I. In. T)yeuV. W.. Wni T. Alford, J. W.;J. J. Uorta.
OTYPE LODGE NO .
G lodnoltalr. sBorr Prish, La. Oggrl-J. G. Lamp
r,.'t, W. M.; J. A. Hlrrn,,. . W.; W. K Adge, J. W
4. F. Vciuiiutgt, Veary.
THIBODAXCI BEWEVOIENT LO)DG'NO.
Thtlbeux. La. Oeer.-F L eand. V. W; V. II 5a.
a, N W ; Drlavid Moo, . W. .; L C. Aubert cretar
CNrlWeIbLO LODGE NO. 63
IonstIello.Carroll Parl.h, La Ofmfr-H. E. I'tL. W.
t; ;WTC A.demn.O. SW.; John L kO rd n.4 W:
Imes W. Draghors. Saermry.
NAPOLEON LODGE NO SI
O rbIta COtty, UnIon Pariash. La Ofiers-W. A. Pakst,
W. M.; M. U. Parc. W .; John L Pearc, J. W;
..1. Ford. Screhary.
BELLEVIT'E LODGE NO. .
eve. Boser Parlah, L:~ Ofers.-Ja·ot L anldrn. W.
.; Wm Hy. caamland.S. W.; John B GrBo,t.J. W . T.
BL Fort. Srtsary.
IT. BELENA LODGE nO. 96.
Gregasburg. La. Ofdicers-Ames Kent, W. M,: . J
kempso.n, . W.; DL Vooe.h J. .; Lamuei & Farker
BERMITAGE LODGE nO. ,
Y- e stares, betwem Phillp and First stee New
ruei. Ocg-WV . Weber, W. K; W. J. Chaaab
L V.; W. Wes.& , J. W ; A. W. Sedsa. Sesary.
PRALJItNTON LODGE NO. 115.
rmIak , Washagto Par. I. Oaer--Jame
SB , W. L J Ba Bre V msld.S. W.; J.P. Weah aJ. Wi.;
W. w Diga, h te.
LOUIIaiA IODGE Ea 10.
esnmd Ledbse a.a sesw aOr a. O m.-W . . oDue.r,
W. M.; c. H. Laasao S. W.; T.. Ceseg. J. W.; Asrar
weagh, Aeelate .
V tmn gh . u kso. a
mn, ahmbe Pajrah, n Umasa-B. P. Qairmn W.
V.; Jn W. CaLs I. La W;gW. Deadm, J.W.: The G.
PAEIA LODGE NO. 10.
be' ata Imam EIa a6m-... U. meVSeW
S atewart, W. .; Jahn M. LMe. S.LW.; l W. W. Veeal J -
W.. Janes ams. Bime.rr. 8
PERFECT SMAMONY LODG HO. Ie.
Orand ladg Hall. . 0 Ore J . Dsesetre. W A.
A Daes , . W.: IE. as. JW., w. White. Soereaer 1
URI " LODGE NO Irt.
Weed.fle, Jackson Pariah, La. Oieere-CO . Hoe U
W. M.; E. .ckson,, L W.; UF. Lyles. J. W.; W. I I.-.
t LTP LODGE NO. I7.
W M.( L. Mays, W.; T. B. Tartin o J. IW.;t G
Frsaer. feoretary. s
('ADDO LODGE NO. 179. I
Bbrevyort. La " cer- P. . W. H. Cuinmlng, W. M. J gi
F. La .a, W.;: ' . Hobson, J. W ; - -., Bcreta cit
I.rr'r A FLOCK LODGE NO. I eCr
GNlalsaes luff rdi hine Parish, I. Omeers-Wm. M. A ho
tony, W. M.; Chares. BannesK . W.; O. W. Weal. J. W. fol
M. L Spralght, ecretary. 1
JEFFERtONIAN LODGE NO. 161.
l Kingster, De Boto Parilh, Ls ONer.r-'%hu S. '? tc,
eford, *M ; B. . Logsaa, . W.; L F. Scott, J. W.; I. W
SAN TODD LODGE NO. 19. the
lBaitr Town, Calcaute Parish, L. Oiheers-John Dose
W M.: I.L. Smmoa B. W.; D. A Cole, J. W.; G. Al
Richard en, Scretuy. aa.
LONGWOOD LODGE NO. IL er
Hons Mlle, Caddo Far, la Olicere-Thb.at Taunta do
W r.; . T. Cle, B. W.: HL. Crrie. J. W.; J. M. Ce'r be
ton, Secretary. 2
PRING C('EEK LODGE NO. 18. tel
Bprtng Oreek Chnrc, W.nLington Parish., La OfCc-'- Mi
Hardy Richardson. W. M.;: C. P. eaey, to W.; HA. 14' 1
Uns, J. W.; J. C. Picher, Stereary.
ORPHANS' FRIE.ND LODGE NO. 18.
Bil Cane, St. Landry Parish, Ls Oicers-Geo. . BeW. b
.. w. W e.L a e. m. . Mw O. me " e., Gs t.
L Smth, Secretary. A l
FLAT LICK LODGE U.. D.'. do
Frat Lick. Claiborne Parih. La. Offiers-W. P. Meyr
W .IL, Henry Jones. . W.: B. L. Hastly,J. W. h
GRAND LODGE OP LOUISIANA.
t. Swasey, M. W rand Master, New Orlenu. w
. . Parsons. R. W. Dept Grand Master, Busrop. Cc
S. O Lcnlrueo, L W. hekro Grand W.RClonalerriil di
Wnm. McDuff, I W. Junior Grand W., New Orleas. to
Samuel M. Todd, W. Grr.d Treasurer, New Orleans bi
J1 a. . Bathelor. W. Grand cretary. P
Rev. Dr. C. S. Hedges, W. G:and Chapita. .
M. It. Brav. W. Gr..nd Srelor Deacon, Babine. 14
Ja ob Rile, W. Grand Junior Deacon, Kle'a Mtls. 14
J. W. Homan, W. Grand Marshal, New Orleens. at
BRneno Lafl', W. Grand Sword Bearer. New Orleans
M. E Girard W. Grand Punrsuivan, VermllUonville. at
i. O. . bith. Big (Gne, Pu. Hwoaut, New Orieas., J. I at
Hawkiins, Maniteld; Samuel L.ry, New Orla s-- ti
Grand Stewards. 14
Alex queaut, W. Grand Tyler, New Orleans d
Grand Annual Convocation aecnd Mordy in Fobrls,
p each year. a
GRAND R. A. CHAPTER. re
Samunel . Todd. M. E. srax.d High Priest, New Or.ena
SI, . Par or, Deputy Giru.c high Priest, Hatroep. P
RL . 0. Stirliag, Grand King. Bayou Sara
H Breen, Grand STribe, Now Orlan i
Henry . swey, Graneed Treasrer, New Orleans. C
J. C. Baethelor, Grand iecretary, oew Oransu
Thomas B. Lawson, Grand Chaplain, Bastrop
Joseeph P. Hormor, Grand Capt. of the Hoseet, New Orlearr
E. Tieale. Grand P. 8., Monroe.
Henry Eambrrger, Grand . A. Captain, New Orleans
W. W. Leak. Grand Master Third Veil, Hayou Bara
M. N. Girard, Graneed Master Second Vel, Opetlonas
W. F. HBatlelgh, Grand dtaer Fhaet Vei, Franklin.
. S. Ierks, Grand Guard. New Orleans
GRAND CONBIBTORY 8. P" I. S. THIETT1LOO P
B. M. od, 134, Grand i'ommn.uu r In Chief. N. w Orleans
SJohn Ol..ibore, Sd4 First Lietenant Commander, hea ti
Fulgene RicanP , 3d. Second Llntenat Commander. Nv it
B. John . Le Mwls, d, Grand Consaable, New Orale It
U. John C. buh:, 1., Grand Ad irai, New Oicri e r
hamuel I Walker, Ld, Grand Minister of Steas, Nai ri
Dr. Jaame C. Batchelor, 3d, Grand Chancellor, New O1 1l
Ban Da Sltr, Rd, GOand Almoner, New Orleams ,
Enmme. D. Craig, 3d., Graud Regitrar, New Orleans.
John . MeClare, 3d. Grand Keeper of B. and A., Neo 7
Wm. M. Perkins, Sd, Grand Treasurer, New Orleant d
Hy. . Swmey, 32. Grand Primate New Orleans.
S. Belomin, 33d, Grand Prevoet. New Orleans.
James Scut, 24, Grand Expert, New Orleans
James O. Wllner. id4. Grand Aaalstat Expert. w
Jean L.marre . d, Grand Beausenor, New Orleans f
Aa,,gel M.rin.. dL, (.rand Bot"err ,f the V . New Ortear r
i.; Bruno de heDca Nd, Gread Master of the Guards. New
William C. Chamberlin, Ld, Grand Chamberlaln, New
S. Daniel I. Scraggs, d14, Grand Steward. New Orleas. P
John Melton, 2d, Grand Ald-dGCamp New OGnses
T. Carroll, 32" Grand Tyler.
Grand Angnal Commeniceaton, Second Wednesdaye F
Staed BlStings: net March, 25th Jane, list Septemberni h
A. GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS TEMPLAE
hr. Falgence Ricane, R. E. Grand Comander, New Oriean
Br. Jes. P. Hornor, V. R Deputy Grand Commnader, e e
SV r. Jao. A. Stevenson. L Grand Generallishmo, New Or.
Sr. W. B Whitaker, L Grand Capta General, New
Sr. Hy. . 8wemey, 3. Gread Prelas; New OrIeans
r. We. MoDuff, . Greea W., New Orlean
Sr. T. A. Bartlett, E. Grand J. W., New Orleans
r. Emasnel Blesy, R. Grand Treasrer, New Orleans
W. Sr. A. B. Bllings, . Grand Recorder, New Orleams.
Br. James b. Lcot,. GranMd Stand Bare, New Orlss
Br. James Stafford,. Grand Sword Beare.
r. Joes U TaP'h, . Greed Warder, New Orlesa
Mr. Rtphema Seltok. B. Grand OCaptaL e she Gards
st mu saclave February 1. IMe. A. O. 1N4
ACTIVE MEMR88R OF THE SUP. . B HIIRTY-THI
DEOBEE A. AND A. S
Chue U.aton de Aasesaet Sd, New Orleans.
Je.mee C altchelor, M. D. Ik, New Orleai,
Dep. lnsp. den Wm M. Perkine d.M ewOrlen
SYM ld, 3. SSdNew Orklean
dee. T. Mo.ro. 354. New Orlean.
GRAND COUN(CIL . AND & . I.
S P. . M. edo. M. P., Grand Mte tr, New Ortenrs.
IU. L Swasel, .,, Orpoty~ irdand Masmr, New O I
John W. Jonoa, T.. Illrn Ors Grad MBater, hrievp.
John C. (Gordy, (I. P., (:Coducter of Wrl. Franhla. I
H. Breen, o. C. of the Gnarl, New Orleans
n Joseph P. lornor. ( Trairer. New Orleans
lis. ontag. G. RIecorder, Ncw Orleans
Rev. Thea B Laweot. I. ':aplinu. New Orleans I
n. H. P. Buckley, 0. ('onduct.,r, Nrw Orleuea
SLL Bruce 0. Steward New Orleans I
Fouetne er.th.. A Sewdeel. New 'twins.. I
La A fl MJLAb:LASM
GRIIMAULT & CO., CHEMItT.,
It BE BICHELIEU. PARIIS
Astbma, Oppreeolte. DyIpesa. t
;IDIAN CIIARETTEi OF CANARIB IND:CA, t
peerDxeso at Gai·ecuLr Co., CeBlISrS, PARIS.
Recent experiment in Preuen, nglen4 and lermnan have
r,,ed ihet i:ee Cig rett are· a .,vereipgn remedy fr t.:
Eb ye dirtresiueg fae.i,. a \-ller ty w il B adovan..
aa andmu d Opum bas leaioi to vereIe.
GRIMAULT £ CO., CHEMISTS, PARIS
PBl'Ntt4t. the lateet ecienallE dlicorery of Dr. Cerviori,
byelclse to hi. m·aJety the lm~pror of the Freach. ie t., I
Gatrni Jute Itself. or. ratoer. te cirutire pritclpir pnriltrd
wrirebdile.thirlln thirtOtinlrh 'W1*ir uiy ome rou or
W ber.the uppyl ol digestie unid istoeotmL the inevrtale
"neequose.e are bad dl.esimo,. gutrettle. getrela inline.r
metioe if the mueou c rost e itbetomi'h tad bwel. hart- j
bhre. palte. ane-mioro l of trangth and (in emide.
, '4 Gronia The Exixir of Peu.l5 el,. whlch I¢sanctioned by tie
Probritin of the Pars Ar.elemyn of Medio*r. e**dl ieree I
c la dlssees, aad pnvente vomiting during pregnancy.
APPFROVED BY THBK YFAI ACADEMT 0 I
T etrt1 di Ualsees's Iodede of IBr sad Mau.
bThe toatment ot ehlormtle or errofalhsoe fBtion to slwas
sag and tleione with he reeal prparaione of Iron, whire
nob usaneeptly fll ewle to Ihe Qrotmrh not bIe abl tO
eepport them T enrbes Or f Pro.tessee |ienoeu 05
Bresele; t uto~a a Peerqut er at Lous; Ornllseu and
trousean. of Pere bar demeeeasan that thib Ismeslet
eIroee, Is an ael blDinet of the ed Thee Pills.
havo , ee qiny. nred taa aroohston orthe kc-snmy
oV Uedlcue and the pb..pal ecetile bodies. sTar
emdas peiwli a eerta.ity sroea_ e s Chiereels, Uv.
I ke i,) B O MLSCh Cemnpl-aie Pvy a the Bleed and Ir
leer. f* q Vsnon m EtOUso.
hsqiisle at181 F's ' mlrsIYsi Dr.h
Per Se a seesi eapemier is all M ma~ e
~siem~ mi6 DspL am Cahabs lb.' W am
he n @ritranm Cresar. .
SATURDAY WORBING, NOVEMBER 2L, 18S.
gas Orleans Stg fark t. e.
Caese Orewno No. 9 Cawa mrr se
Frdaw kvemrag, ov A). 18ti r hal
There is nothing in the general condition . val
the money market that calls for special remark. ab
With heavy daily sales of our two leading staples, ti
cotton and sugar, the supply of currency is con- yet
stantly kept in excess of the rapidly dimintshlrn da
wants of the community, while tie demands r ,r
short space choice business paper and long dat-d lar
city mortgage notes disclose a corresponding i- 1Lth
crease. I:ates are still nominally unchangeol olu
however, and we therefore continue to quote a anto
follows, viz : 8 per cent. per annum at bank atnd Tb
1,li r cent. per month out of do.ors for sh,,rt 33:
grit edged pater, and 10(1l2 per cent. per annum wt
tor loLg dated notes, secured by strictly A I ci:? of
(;o.n Ar, Srti. Fra-The most prcntinent felt~-o leg
of the movement in the ,p-cie market h . bo ieen de
the .apid an.d at times hervy fluctuatwcnsi th. net
rites of gold. Offerings of the latter have be: ig
for, but the frequent variations at New York nar e ac
caused considerable timidity on the part of buy. Ne
ere, and but little has been doneon speculation er1
during the week. In Silver, transactions have Fel
been mlall and rates irregular, ranging from li@ the
2 points below gold fur American halves and quar- m:
ters, and ."ic::j cent. premium on gold f.r tet
Mexican dollars. Trransa'tions to day comprie pa
$10,,o and $23.000 gold at 1.141, $1i.00:) do. at tel
1:;4 ; $o000, $2-00, $10,000 and $153 t do. at as
134j; $40040, $10,0)lf and $15,000 do. at 13:;, and fL
$to00. $135t0 and $10,000 do. at 133t. Ui.ej of
.> aiem dm waest at talt..* gr
$.00 do. at 133t1. We now quote G;ol1l 13"~ 1nt, at
American Silver corn 1334~(I134, and Mexicao pa
dollars 138@l;4'. in.
FoaiE(Ia ExCUIm(iE-The movement noder this Et
heading has been marked by rap;d and exten-ive sti
a terations. Offerings of commercial Sterling and pl
Francs have been large, and at tinres transacions wI
were very heavy. but on account of the unsettled be
condition of the Gold market there was a general an
distrust in rates being maintained. Transactions tic
to-day comprise the annexe.l amounts. viz: £31,t de
bark Sterling at 140;4 ; £')00) do. at i1 ;'; £1rs) as
pr vate do. and £300,, Al commercial it) at Ii: 6 tt
£:L00 do. at 14;? : £1000, £30w( and o)000o do. at or
1454 ; £11000 and £1;00 do. at 145 ; £000 do. at di
144 £2000 do. bill lading bill at 14lt; £15-00 do. pi
at 144j; £1200 do. at 141: 100,000of., Ut o,fOaf. to
private bankers francaat :;.uo; 10or(t,)f., 2150 000f. Jc
asid 300 ont0 Al commercial do. at 3.291 : 10,0):0f.
and 100,000f. do. at 3.424. We now quote ba it hi
Sterling l46j'1t 4: c immercial do. at 1444, b
145; bank Iran"s ".ýir43..l, and commercial RF
do. at 3.9: 4cr3 isW. rs
D)ournSTtchE erxosI-The only alteration notice- bi
able in the movement of Domestic Exchange dur- ej
ing the past week has been a ateady decline in at
rates. ()llerings c ccmmerctal sight and short he
sight have been ample, but there l:as been no im- '4
pruvement at any time noticeable in the demand 7F
tor enmittance purposess. I)tes as compared with TI
those of last weik show a net reduction of i: I fo
cent. Total purcl, ises to day by banks atnd tank- to
era comprise the arnex .d emounts, viz.: e$1 ,000 te
New k lak ark s;ght at 3-1 ;4',I ¢ cent. di~sount, 11
$10,600 $30 l(o1 aid $0;0,ol,0 o. at '; - cent. dis
ccunt, and $23,00O and $20.000 do. at 7-16 l cent. at
discount. We now quote 3-11,r! j ý cent. diJsoant o
at bank and j:.1; 3r ent. discount out of doors V
foi eight crecks (.n nor i-ern cities.
UrN'oitHErT KOTrea A.D SCt-RITtIss-Operations t
under the bove, but e.lspeia'ly the lantar head- E:
it g. have exhibited some Im.r ,vement during the I,
pact week. owing principally to the heavy acco
mulation of currency. arising from increaaiag 2I
salts of cotton, sugar, mrolaases, etc. IlBsiness in
this depar:ment has not, as yet, been fairly re
sumed, however, but according to the present in
ittcatcas we may reasonaoly look for a steady co
augmerataicn of sales in the future. Prices of et
I(st aecurities are also tending upward, and 'I
rhould no better investment be brought forward, to
rates of all favorite descriptions ought hereafter P
to chow as'eady advance. The actual operations k
to day included the appended amounts, viz: $1500 IC
Citi N oes at ,;41. $5000 do. at 3,l and 1000 do. "
at 36 :,. cent. discount. $1000 and $3000 City 10 2
rent. bonds at 71c., and $3000 and $10,000 do. at o
71 - cent. discount, and $1000 Louisiana State t
Warrants at 64c., and $10,000 do. at 63(65o. 1
dollar. It 0 shares Canal Bank stock at -: 60 a
shares Ft. Charles Hotel stock at $S 00; 104 shares P
Crescent (ity Bank at $21 50 and 23 do. Bank of
New Orleans stock at $.15 25 h share. p
S'PECIAL DltiPATCHEs.-We are indebted to the e.
Western Union Telegrap Ilae for eopste of the a
following private dispatches received from that u
route to-day. viz
3,to ),Ink, A,. 20-10 a. m.--old ovens e
1::. 1130 A. M.-Gold 134J. (otton market 1i
quiet and steady. Sterling 1049 (t110. ;:; P. C.
Gold closed at 1:;4i. Cotton demand active at full
pr-ces. Sales 4300 bales ; middling 24ic.; Mobile tI
241J.: Orleans 25. Sterling 1091.Cllel. i
Lnr 1-7",,, Acr. 20-11:15 A. .--Cotton firm.
Estimated sales to-day 12,000 bales; nolands 10jd.,
Orlears lld. Sales of the week :12,01)3 bales. b
Exports 0,0---to speculators 3000. Stock on
hand :38 000. of which 40.000 are American. 1:20 v
P. x -Cotton market Ofrm-prices unchanged. s
Estimated sales 12.000 bales. Sales of the week
42'.11 0, instead of :;2.000. as stated in previous tel- t
egraem. Stock afloat 312 000, of which 69 000 11
hales are American. 5 P. x.-Cotton market irm- d
prices a shade better, though not quotably higher. e
Dales 12 000 hales.
L.on,!,-x, Nc. 20.-5 P. x.-Consola 94!, Bonds
IIt rre. 3,-r. 20--a. M.-Cotton quiet bt steady.
Tree ordinaire 1.:;1. Noon-Cotton market quiet.
Low middling afloat 1.22. Evening-Cotton quiet
and steady. Tres ordinaire 1.3. t
CaS.ota? Onete., No.55 (1AM, rsmt.,
rts c daprs uin. noc. U. I
PRxvtsw or Ttn Maamrrs.-The general trade
of the city has shown a fair degree of animation
since the date of our Ilast weekly review. The I
movement in the leading staple nuas been a tult I
aerage at slightly varying prices. Sugar and I
Molasses have been recetived more freely, and
generally met with ready sale at full previous fl
ores. lobacco thas been qotre but eteady. In I
Floor the mnovement has been small, and owing to
heavy receipts prrces have declined. Corn has '
been in bet:er supply at lower prices. Oats and
Bran have disclosePd but little alteration. Hay hab~
dechlned tully 53@$ $7r ton on account of heavy
receipts. Pork and BLicon have been dealt in to
a moderate extent at steadily dechinug rates.
Money contoued easy. Foreign Exchsoange has
been moderately act:re and rates tluctnated ie v- 2
ty. and Domestic has been dealt In to only a
limited extent at easier rates. The weather haa
been favrrable for out door buslnese, and the
river slowly falling throughoout.
- or , ,-'-The market has been unsettled through
out the week ending tbha evening, but the move
ment has. on the whole, beetn ot a mre uniform t
clharac:cr, nevertheless, than during several pre
ceding weeks of the present season, and rates -
have not varied, from the opening to tihe close,
more than 4'. p, l,. In this we are not the only
- party dsalpponted,.however, as qutrti-ns of gold
and foreign exchange haee, in thile same time, flue
toated to an extraordinary extent, while owing to
the general elections in England we were for two
consecutive days deprived of the usual reports of
the sales and qnotatins of the l.:verpool market. 1
The supply on sale here has bheu fair tbrooghout, I
but at no time heavy or excessive, and thie de- i
s and. which wars moat!y for European, conoinent- a
a1 and rorthern U. 8. ports, has drclosed unusual
tinidity, owing to the loatability or the gold and
exchange market. Advices from the inter or cot
tipue satisfactory, yet holders and sellers manifest
tlerjaWd 11wgres, w~letr e*erls s aihi-able
to the fact that this year cotont planters, or farm
era, have fortunately but few monetary obliga
ttins to meet, and most, if not all of them.are sinro
d py eupFliet with the necessares of life. For
a lctt, r understaoding of the curse of the market
during the past week we wold refer to the subr
joiced extracts from our daily reports. vlz t
.a(tlrday, 3,c. 14I.- Despite the very heavy
Iadvance in rates of (;old and Foreign I
Exchange to-day holders of the leading
staple have had to submit to a still further
irregular decline of .o. Ir. upon nearly
all grades of Cotton. Adovces from Liverpool
ard New York were of a deprersing character
throughout, and the demand here was but littlea
better than nominal till factors had reduced their I
Sasking prices, when an Improved inquiry im
to mediately commenced, which continued thereafter
' throughout the day, and culminated in total sales
Iof 520 bales.
jf crlody, Kor. 16.- The rapid and heavy I
Simprovement in gold and foreign exchange, I
to-day, caused by intelligence from the 1
i North, together with advicee from the Liver.
pool and New Yort markets indicating no nu.
fvorable change in either, imparted lucreased
.atrength to ours, and buyers, is the day advanoed,
seemed more auxionaus to purchase, even at en
hanced rates. In fact, towards the close of bud I
nem the demand became qutte animsted, althosgh
p prcases were priaclpally for the continent. The I
total operatione footed up 6.,800 bales, the market
cl~sobl arm at as sdvncoe of tc. on all clasesnc
hoesof the etape. The 6 .v. Liverpool tele
gram qnotlng a deelae failed to come to hand till
r. ter oar market had closed.
Ttuesday, Nor. 17.-After the clone e a bl
oe lant evelog the 5 r. x tLterpool tSegram I
ame to Mbad MUannouncig a decline In that mar* veri
Ske, ald esy tois sd urasag i wee sadiseamsd We
through the same source that business would be 'ide
wholly esupeeded throughoot Great Britain to- hba
day, owing to the arenrrt elections. The mov.- ;34
aent here disolosed no letu-p, however, till after tier
the receipt of the New York despatches, whic, L
reported very marked decline rases of go v e
and foreiga exchage, and several heavy oper has
one bead transpired before the latter oaee pri
hand, bat sebeequently a feeling of timidity pre tier
valled among buyers, and prices, although quo mat
ably unchanged, were manifetly easiekr, opera eri
tions at the close of businee being mostly ua Rec
yesterday's Inside figures. The total sales for thu .4 1
day. nevertheless. focted no 4900 bales. .01
Sledlnesdny, Nor. 1 -t-he elections in Eng
I land have again estopped operations i: nae
the staple at I!verponl, and we are, of a j
conurse, deprived of the usual reports of sales ant
and quotations of Cotton in the latter eity to-day. 8
The movement here, ncvertheless. amounted to or It
3300 bales at an irregular decline of jc. Ibt,., 30c.
which latter was mostly due toapathy on the past sale
of bnyers. H
hr.itd!ay, ,Nor. 1 -The movement In the ron
ledig staple to-day has disclosed a fair Ext
degree of anirr.:ion. The resumption of busi* con
ness at Liverpool at s:edy and unchanged T
figures caused factors here to assume but
creater firmness, while advioes from the bbl
New York market were rather in favor of hold- P
1era. Buyers seeing no disposition on the part of at I
Fellers to gile way came forward more freely and i
the inquiry resulted In sales of 4,900 bales, the L
market closing firm at an advance of .j. on yes- Ian
rterday's ruling rates. The 5 P. i. Liverpool dis. Cat
patch representing a firm market with an noward N
tendency came too late to have much effect here, cid
tas the principal portion of the sales were made be gal
I tore t was received. I
after the close of business, appeared to have i•. I
parted increased strength to the marketths more- $1
ing. and the dispatches reoelved to-day from I
Europe and the North have generally been con- ret
a strued as favorahle to holders of the leading sta- I
I pIe. Rates of Gold and foreign bills were slightly 6+j
weaker at the opening of business, however, but I
d both have since disclosed an upward tendency, for
,1 and with a more general and active inquiry opera- 2ltc
tions in Cotton have amounted to 5500 bales, at bal
decidedly firmer but not quotably higher prices, tou
as aill be seen by the annexed ruling figures at qun
tlte close of operations this evening, via: Good pa
t ordinary 22@-c., low middling 22s@i-c.. mid
,t dinig 236:-c.. and strict middling 23Pc. As oom- an
pired with ruling rates Friday evening, the 13th prl
I. nst., the above barely disclose a net advance of ret
jc. J lb. upon all classifications.
Toe total sales for the week footed up 31.200 pri
t hales, against 23,100 bales last week and 2-4.000 -(
bales the week belor". The net receipts aggre- I
Ei gated 2-x,359 bales, against 29,6t;3 bales last week, 21
showing a decrease of 1310 bales, and 30,456I
Sbaleis, teceipts the week before. The aggregate ma
exports were 30 2t1 bales, against 23 i077 ilat week
n and 1R. 325 bales the week before, and the stock on @
t hand and on shipboard not cleared this evening is
S 4,731 bales, against 84,316 bales last week and del
7d ,1636 bales at the clone of the previous week. rot
h The exports for the week have been divided as ma
fol'ows, viz: 26; bales to Providence, R. I., 1:2
to GeLos, 1713 to New York, 1949 to Boston, 2:109 on
t0 I Bl.rcelona, 5310 to Hsvre, 6192 to Bremen and 80
t, bl',:: hales to Liverpool.
COTTON STATEIIT. C
s tock o hand ptember 1. 18................. .. $se
it Hietl"ad .o)eler ............. .. 6,5I fin
S iettvma tvils ................... . 233.21 2413 kI 1 1
Sexported snrceyestrday................ 5,77 .
. Excortd prou .... ....... .i1,W0 15,47 W
e tok en hand and n ablpboard ........................ 8,731
Exports to-day were divided as follows, via:
I 26 bales to Rhod,e Island. 602 to Genoa, 1809 to de
Barceloa and 3330 to Liverpool. of
Tosacco-Movements in this market since the
close of the previous week have been very mod- W
o erate. There is some noticeable inquiry (or small pa
id lots, but buyers and sellers do not agree upon
terms, the former demanding conceasions from no
or previous rates, which continue to govern the mar- no
ket, nod which we repeat, via: refused Ge
)0 lestf ef c., common do. 4(Cllc.. medium 9@
o 12c., good 12@15c., fine 14@llc., and choice 10@ mi
0 20(1. Sales since Friday last embrace 34 hhds.. gs
at of which 20 were medium leaf at 10jn., 5 good
to medium at 12c.. 2 balers et 13+0., 1 do. at 164c., in
1 do. at 17;c., 2 do. at 1lc., and 3 hhds. wrappers se
I at 204ec. Received In same time 14 hhds. Ex- N
es ported I hhd. to New York. Di
of MaItractraseD ToeAcco-There Is some im
provement in the retail demand and the inquiry p
te extends to all grades, while rates are unchanged, c
se sad we tswys W revies figes. ets: OMsssa º.
at unsound 35(45c., common to good bright sound 6
tbs. 5pf;0n : medium to fine 65tr75c.; fine to B
s e era tfie r fiD . 7>tf1t In black work we quote '
et 10c. and nacy j(rtbs. 50(65c.: bright j tsa. 55
u. @.c., and flacy work 75@90c. 1 lb. q.
ill Stcos atn MoLtIsass-The market for both
,le tese prdections opened dull and quiet, and with
itrcrasedl supplies on Saturday and Monday last o
n. prices conanued to decline till Tuesday, when
., with a considerable falling off in receipts. and a
1s. better demand, prices for both articles have some
)n what improved, without, however, regaining pre
20 vious rulings. Sugar bas since continued to rule
d. steady and somewhat firmer for mediqm to choice
ek grades, while Molasses has flunoctuated considera- Cl
l- bly, and prices for the latter have ruled Irrega.
00 larly throughout. To-day there was an actere
demand for Sugar, which resulted in sales of
r. nearly if not all of the receipts, amounting r
to ;152 hogsheads, at prices within range
da of the following figures, vin: Inferior 7*@
8kc: common 10l10 c.: fair 10(llc.: fully to r
Iy. 1h1l@1c.: prime 1213o.; seconds 114l 134c.; d:
t. yellow olarfied 13~l4c., and white do. 14@14tc.
et Movements to-day in Molasses were moderate; b
the market opening somewhat animated, but
closing dull, with sales of some 700 bbls. of the
receipts, which to-day amounted to 1050 bbls. and
152 half do.. at the following prices, viz: Com i)
mon 65@f0e., fair 65c., prime 68S70c., and
choice 720t. Some few lots of the latter grade
in half bbkl. were sold at 5610c. advance of last n
de quotations. Receipts since Friday luast embrace e
on 2531 bhhds. Sugar and 6469 bbl. Molasses. sales P
he in same time lt45 hhds. iSugar and 40;; hbls. MIo
Slasses. Exports 346 hhds. iugar and 2180 bbls. r
d FLoor-s-Operations in this market daring the t
. week just closed have been light and coutiuel 0
ii principally to small lots with very little demand
t., of a speculative character or tor exporiatien,
, while, with steady reoeilpts throughout the week, is
d and increased offerings in all grades, prices have ny
., ruled irregular and unsettled, and with a declining R
v tendency rates may now be quoted from 25@17c. U
o ji bbl. lower than those governing at the close of C
. the n:arket on Friday of last week. Sales to-day 9
ea embrace 1751 bbls., of which 50 were fine at$6
S23; 100 superfine at $6 40; 100 5o. at G$6 23; 2,0 it
Sdouble extra at $c 17); 50 treble extra at $7 50; ;
5a:0 do. at $ 50: 70 and o100 do. at 5R 7; 3S0 and i
$o 60 choice at $9 50; 128 do. at $10 60; 130 do. at 1
$10 756, and 200 tne upon private terms. We now o
h quote common $5 25(@5 50, fine $5 75-G3 25; e
. superfine $6i 6ti6 624; double extra $6 7: t:
rm treble extra $7 234. and cho e . 301,10 j b
d. bh. lerelved since Friday last 37,316 obla. diles N
:ue -3'-0 bbls. Exports 4230 bbls.
, C'o.nia-Movements have been light throlughoot i
ly the week at steadily declining prices ontl to day, d
>ld when. with better supplies some 3500 sacks
in- changed hands at prices which indicate a decline is
tu in the market of 152oc. per bushel in rates, as I
eu compared with those ruling at close of previous
of week. We note sales to-day of 111 sacks green I
et. Western at 'ic.: 330 do. at sec.: il dc. at sic.; 1
at. 100, 25Ou and 300 do at 90e.; 500 do. mn second
le hard sacks at 'Oc ; 50 and 500 new at $1, and 13;0
it- sacks old white corn at $1 per bushel. Receipts I
tal for the week 16,301 sacks. bales 6;i10. Exports 3
nd 900 sacks. o
us OATs-Withonly a moderate stock operations o
st i ti portion of thgalsmarkekt have bees light a
•h e week, sad e bitt very idtte, if
in any change in rates from those quooed at close
I- of prerioos week. To-day 260 and 304 sacks were
rn- sold at 63c. per bushel. 4t5. sacks are the
'or nrceipts, 3235 tie sales, and 20 sacks the ex- I
Let ports for the week. C
ib' hs ra--Ha ontmoned to rule doll and drooping a
the entire week. Receipts have been light, with- I
vy out any demand to enliven the market, and S
go prices have declined 10c. g 100 it.. during the
ng time. 400 sacks were sold to-day from landing
ter at $1 15 ( 100 the. Received since Friday last,
rly 3408 sacks; sales 1730 sacks. Exports 10 sacks
tL to Florida.
tsr BAY-Thin article, which has been somewhat B
tie scarce previously, has tommenced to come in g
eir rather freely during the present week, but re
m ceipts have been mostly of inferior and ordinary, 1
wer with a very small proportion of either prime or
les choice, and prices, with a dull market, have
steadily declined, with a difference in rates of
vy from 85g7 ton in favor of previous week's
go, rulings. To-day 300 bales changed hands upon
Ibe the llowi0nl terms, viz: 200 babe Ohio river tin
er lc t. at $21 Z0@22. 100 do. st $22. 150 do. st $22 50 a
an and 60 do. at $23 v ton. 5951 bales were re
ed ceived and 2"50 sold daring the wek.t No ex*
an- Po -We have no movement whatever to note
id in the market during the week under revinw.
gh Prices have steadily declined, with a distbroe of I
he 2 to-day in favor of buyers, as comparedl with
hot prices gleaed last week. We nowswqoe mess
c- 9 bthigher au to quality. Beelpis for the
- week, 959 bbl. ales 250 bbl. So epora .
till Bacow-Very little animatIa hs ben the
notieable feItre of this portie of the provuio
e us arket duarg the pst week. With Inoeerd
sn supplie prio hase stadily deMuid, A to-day a
I very little was done beyond a Ight "retail trade.
* We *au ***** am Id* , e., r g bhbed
-odes 17 i7L- . i, art ides i d sugar.cared
baes 1elk. W . 2e0"ve dtaing the week
034 casks and 63 t'leres. Hald 140 casks ud 20
tierces. Exports 70 throes to Texas.
LAn-we bhave so improveN st to oele I the
demnd during the week just closed. Business
has been combed to jobbing sad retail lots, sad
prices have ruled r i irregalarly for
tierees. while owing to better supplies kegs have
materially declined, sad we sow quote prime in
ercee 16017lT., sad kegis O1(lte. Ib.
Receipt embrace 2110 tierees and "o kegs. dale.
., ieroes and 130 hegs. Exports 98 tierces sad
Coax Maul-Is tn only light supply and prices
firm at 16 for choice kiln-dried In lots, and $5 25 to
f a jobbing way. We noss sale yesterday from
asnding of 100 btis. at 6.
Sriivns TLarwri-n- The suppy ti light sad In
o tlvr etail demand. Iti eiged J lots at 4710
30c. gallon, and 65c. in a retail way. We mote
,tale of 60 bble. at 471e.
lostiI-The stock a very light and the demand
nood I. rsmalllots. We quote pal* No. 1 $4 50,
Extra No. 1 13 50, No. 1$3, No. $2 5 01 60,
common at $2 40.
I TAn-Is very dull st $2 25 for small packages,
but there is a good shipping demand for to40 gallon
t bble. at $4 50.
rPITC - Is in fair supply and in good demand
f at $3 6L'3 75 bbl.
I Bom on,-Uontlaues firm at 35i. gallon.
e Liu-Is in fair supply. Thomastoe sad Book
lane, in small lots, command $ 2602 60 0 bbl.,
Cane lime $2 26, Western $2 bbl.
d Vnrxnaa-There tI no demand. We quote best
, ilder 2022.lc., Cincinasti grape 250300. V
Muss Bern-Half bbls. $11 60, fall bble. 820
k ' 1a1 .aspa hto amsslall assx4
a LassOn,--41106 l 20 Sgalla; retaling at
n BapAsrer BAow-Is in fair sapply sad light
retail demsad at 19@20c. i b.
I- low Ttss-There Is a good retail demand at
y 6A4@Io. Sb., according to quantity sad patent.
It I IWiA Baoeme-Is quiet with little or so deusad
r, for round lots. We quote India bagging, retail,
a- mSc. for rolls, sad llo. for bales; for blanket
It bagging 23c. in rolls and 24.. in bales. Ken
s, tusoy oseging iIsn is Ight retail demand, sad we
it quote 1618e. for hand loom and 10234. for
id pwer bloom., scoding to quality.
I- drnir BIoe-The stock on hard in very light
- and in good demand, sad nos in first hands, and
b prices rule from 20to. for round lots and 211e. at
ras CANDLt--Are In ttle or no demand, but
t0 prices remain firm. We quote -418o . for 1 os.,
-) -210o. for 14os., and - 2.for for all weight.
s- Foe--Are selling at 270290. 1 doses, and
t, $25@26M bbl. is oats.
,6 karas--The supply is moderate and de
mand light. Prices firm at 85@90. for Western.
k Baoon-S8carce and in good demand at $3 25
n @4 for lots irom landsg.
is itas Rots-The stock on hand is ample for the
id demand, which is light. It is held at 8}o. for
L. round lots and 9c. W. at retail, for choice
2 Corrowx asi OIL,- is s fair supply, but with
9 only a moderate doemnd!t $1@l 01 for refined and
d 800. 1 gallon for crude.
SALT-The demand continues good. We quote
coarse from warehouse $2 0602 10; fine from do.
21 30@$2 35; coarse from store $2 15S2 20, and
fine from store $2 4002 46. 1200 sacks coarse for
05 Memphis were sold yesterday at $2 06.
Nt W ar--The market Is more than amply
supplied and demand conined to small lots.
't We quote common Wester rectified at $1 12®1
1 15 t gallon: 50 bbls. were sold yesterday from
landing at $1 12); Bourboa $1 75@2 26 gal.
Rlcns-Louisiana a In fair supply and moderate
to demand at 6@8Ge. for fair to ehoice; Caroila is
offering at 101 0c. The stock of India is light.
is Corear-Is in fair demand at full previous rates.
d- We quo'e air to prime 14@l7c. V lb. gold duty
ail paid. and 21624c. in currency
)n BTrr--There is very little choice Western and
m no choice Goshen n the market. The former is held
,rx nominally at 35®38c., Inferior do. 250o.,ohoice
id Goeben 50e., and inferior do. 880400. lb.
S LAnD Or,- -The market i firm with a good de
@ mind for winter strained at $1 500$1 60
d COusua- The stock of choice is esarce and
in good demand. We quote Western Re
rs serve and factory 1718e.; inferior do. 13l15c.;
x- Northern cream 18320e., and Northern English
Dairy 20®22c. l lb.
m. Ecrt.lT--The market is overstocked with
ry potatoes. which are selling at $1 1252 60 for
i, cbocle, and $1 760L for inferior. Turnips 50
is 6e. Onites $ $ 50. Choice asples L60
ud 6 50. Inferior $303 50. Bores radish K08 pbbl.
to Beet, parsnips, and carrote somially $2 s50
5 COW Plait-Are In very lite requens, and we
onote them nominally at $1 ' bushel.
bih S-ora Kanoc--tO9 It bbl.
Abt CABBAOte-The market is firmer at $18012
ent (;Gan PEAC--$11 @1@1 bbl.
DitDati Furr--apples are in good demand at
e 1112lc., and Peaches lsde.
re BEIs-Heavy receipts and only a moderate de
re mand have caused a decline. Choice Western
ce are selling at $13014, choice Northern $16, and
choice red $20 h bbl.
(CoiTON bEAD-1s sellting from landing at $15
WooL--There is a noticeable Improvement In
receipts, though the market continues quiet. We
g quote burry 15@25c., according to condition ;
Texas, one half merino. 3032c.: washed 3i38c.
TALLoW--Is dull at 10lj11. V lb. Inside fig
ures for country rendered; outside for olty ren
C '. Fter--Malaga Lemons are selling at $3;@$4F
l; box. New Raisins, for boxes $3 90$4; half do.
h1 $2 250$2 35; quarter do. $126@11 35. Citron
nd 34c. 1 lb., Prunes 160.; Currants 16o. 9 lb.; new
m Dates o160.; Almonds 31033o.; Pecaol 1618c0.
n MLT a Bol--Tbhe former is i lat little de
de mand at 52 7002 85 for Westrs, and 2 80@
a $2 90 for Canada. Hops are dull at 25300. for
e hbokice new Wiscolsin; old are neglscted and
les pries nominal.
o. Hios-There is a steady demand at previous
Is. rates, which we repeat, viz: Wet city slaugh
tered 10012 c.: dry salted 1,)20c.; Texs
he stretched 1940c.; Mexican dry liat 20l2c.;
el country do. 180200. Damaged generally com
d mand of above quotations.
sn, amors--The amoaunt of foreignl tonnage
k, in port is very fair, bat the demand can
we not yet be regarded uas better than moderate.
ug Rates continue irregular, bat uas approxima
c. ting fgures we wold refer to the following, viz:
f Cotton by steam to Liverpool d I. lb; by ll
y 9-164d; £2 10s. O hbd. for tobacco; 4e.
b6 5 bl. for flour, and 10bd. 1 bushel
fo or corn, oil cake at 35s. ton. Cotton by sil
I; teHavre, 1 3 1Cc. t lb. Cotton to lremen.l1o l
ad Ib. Cotton by stem to New York, Io.
at O b.: tobaoco $10 1 hbd.: lor 850. bbl.;
o corn 20021c. 1 bshel. Cotton by staem to Boe
L; ton. 4llc.; flour $1 bbl.; corn 20c. boushel. Cot
1.: ton by steam to PhiladelphiLa, o. Ib.; flour1 1
6 bbl. Through rates to Haunburg, by steam, via
lee 'ew York, lid. for Cotton. Cotton by steam to
Bremen lid. Cotton by sall to Boston e. Mo
ot sars by steam to New York 52; sugar by do. to
sy, do., 55.
k W1aKly Quoirraows or Brom, AOc.-The follow
ine Ing report of the market is from the circular of
as Mesrs. Hay & Mehle, of yesterday's date,vis:
os Steer hides, city slaughter, over 85 Ibs., 1 lb.
en 9jc.; steer hides, city aslaghter. 70 to t4 Ibt.,
.; l., 9@lO0c.; steer bhides, calty slaughter, under 70
S ls., ) lb., Iet.; cow hides, city slaughter, as they
50 run, 10c. to l.: kips, city laeghter, 20 to 2
pta lbs., 13c. 1 lb.; hip city slaoghter, 26 to
rts 30 lbs., 12c.; calf skbinsly gh er, oe$1 5 ;
country hides, la, 20 to 2l lb., 1. 1 lb.;
opas country hides, 41t, damaged, half price; bees
gh wau, me yjlw. 30b2. . 5.; ox horts,
If each, e.; iflow. 10012 W 3..
os The market for Leu y weights in green salted
ere stock is duu sd regular dealers fight shy at our
the reglar quotations, offerag.. less than last week.
ex- Advice. from the North'lndlcats a deuiea for New
O-leans hide with nO buyers. Ury flint and dry
ilg ced are steady with a rather batter supply.
th loo for BaltiUmore, 30100 for Boston, sad 500 for
ad New York esmbrace the bulk of the sale.
8 Ostte marM·e.
kn cimr or Jtsrrsos , Nosembr 21. Inss.
Arrived during the pet wh-17fiO Texas
bt Beeve. 573 Calve. and Yarlilas, 791 Bogs, 2114
m 8beep, 23 Mlch Corws. Bold-229 Texas Beves,
re- 706 Calves ad Yeareling, 415 Hogs, 6211 Sheep,
ry 17 Mlch Cows. Stook oa sale--O Texas Beeves,
oy sc eAoe ad Yeariae, 358 Bog, 2269 Sheep
' sd 3 Mlloh Cows. We quote:
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Irmge /l of LoambolAa fbtrle of every
rlo drmea, r eeptst e., i( aLy, at11 o'etook,
re t 0 iseties 87 mp -rt, by 6oa
w mry rg e.L .o.