Clipped From The Times-Picayune
COMMERCLAL OfflCT Of CTUB fICAIOBfc, 1 atarday feejng. May in. I- I- We bear ef some rnrtB small sales of Sogar at prices ranging from wloc, but esone ef tbe parttcalara have beca reported. Nothing transpired in Molasses. The las sales of Tobacco reaSvted were the Sll hada. netlcsd In oar repart ofeetterday. We have beard of ne other indications of any movement la the market. We notice, however, an increased Bomber of advert! seal ants by parties parties willing te sell tkeir goods at eooat old prices for Confederate Confederate notes, and onleas something should occur to prejudice tbe community against the currency, business operations will probsb y btsai more liberal scale. Tha Banks continue open daring the osaal hoars, and receive ar d pay ever their counters Confederate notes, which consMtate in fact almost onr ealy bankable money snd are the baars for all private lasaea. We notice bot few additions te the comber ef retail stores doing business, business, which wc regret, as we see no valid reason why the local trade should not be resumed. If we are correctly informed, tbe C. 8. Military Commander not only does not restrict such trade, but actually encourages It. r. The Committee of Safety receive In payment of their supplies of Provisions, Flour, Ac, city, Stat and Confederate Treasury no tea, and note of the city of Bston Roage, Jackson Railroad Company, J. A J. C. Davidson, Leeds a Co., Henderson A Ualnes, Tboroaa, Griawold at Co., Thomas C Pay an, H. Faeaman ft Co., C. W. Cam mack, McDonnell Magraw, Geo. W. Grrgor Co., Dan. Edwarda A Son, Joseph Santdnl, Jacob Zoelly, Smith A Bine or S to art a James, H. B. Lawrence Lawrence or P. .Caxeneve, B. Miller A Co., Adam Wagner, G. W. H. Lehde, D M. Bildreth at Co., Magee A George, Cretap A McMillan, Samuel BelL Picayune Office, D. H. Holmes, D. 1. Bockersmith at Co and Brit ton A Co.