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0 U. .......... . o, O. .......... , o . .". Oromt L*ge ef Leutetamm. R . W. (IRAND LODGE OF LOUISIANA, L O. 0. F. Maem semt-amem alln the fourth Tueday I Jmmar anud . t Noew Orlteam Oears for the pmeat year 1968-E M. a, of No. 9. M. W. Graod Mut., J. F. Hffl of No39 LW. D. Gral. Muster: . H. Fairchild, of No. 12, B. d Warden; Jesdah rolre, of No. 6, R. W. Grand er ary, F. W. Delesdernier, of B. 40, R W. Grand TreaSurr; Iether Hems, of Ne. II, ad J. 0. Dniep. e. No. i3, W. V. _ . Representatives G. L. ; Rev U. More of N. 13, W. Orand Chaplain; John B Ben t, of No. 6, W. Grand Marshl; A. Maseresu of No. 0, W. Grand Gooducser: J. Reimer, of No 10, Grand Guhrdiak; P. G. J. N. L.teIjohn, of No. i W. (Graod Herld. DortcT Dirmer GUna MNasmeaw-P. G. John P. Barnett, od No 17, Distrirt No. 2 P. U. A. J. Vndegritf of No. 9, District No. 3 PG O T Grseamorn of No. 34, District No. 4; P. 0. aL P. Clarke, of No a, District No. 6; P. G. B. L. ChanLy, of No 7, District No. 7, P. G. Jacob Rehriner. of Me. 6, Disnrict No. II, P. U. H. Hon.ieker, of No. 21, Dii. tet No. 12; P. O. 0. W. Guth of No. 29, District No. 5. krwotre I'omrlcos - i,.n,e of thr Order-P. U. Sire Geo. W. Rees, of No 12: P 0 Maostr W. C. Wilson, of No. 6 P. U Muter (Gardne, Smith. of No 12. JwItal _-P 0 Master Luther Homes, of No. 1; P 1. D. D. G M. Ph. ehneider, of No. 10 ; P. . D. Weidner, o N.. 44 O(p0ituloe and By lawe.-P. 0. Master Georp Nunger or, of No. 29; P. G. Henry Haskell, of Ne. 16; P. G. Wm. WIaet., of Bo. II Prrtiwea nd pdypo'. -P 0. NMautr J. . Dunlap. of No. - ,; P O I.. Grahm, of No 2, P. D. O. M. Benjamin Meoes. fN,,. i. Log-ip'ir -P. 0. Master Thoma H. Shelds, of No. R, U. Maeor Howard Mil.speaoh, of No. 17, P. U. Jooeph west, of No. 1. Flirwae.--P. G Master A. Wallace Hoter of No. 16; P., /. Meter Edward Pil.bury. of No. 16; P. U. L6 F. Tower, ifNo 1i sdentia z.-P. O. A. . MacDonell, f No. 15; P.O. Frank Peter. of No. 2., P. Gi. Georgo Dtrityer. of NA 22. Al comemunications to the M. W. Grand Master or Grand lecretary etionld be forwarded to the oece of the Grand do. rotary. ever toe 'rsecrnt Mutual Ionurance Oompany, cor am of Caep seresand C(ommercial Place. JOdlAH FOLOUE, Grand Secretary, Iubordlsake Ledg.e. LOUISIANA LODGE NO. L MeMt oery Friday evoening, in Lodge ooom No. 1, over the Oresoent Natnal Insurance Company. Otcor-J. K. Ltot wood N. G.; C. A. Barnes. V.U.; M. Dusn, 8ecretary. WASHINGTON LODGE NO. 3. MeateeIery Thuradoyevenin, nto Mangny Buildings, Third IsDtrt. L (riers-Peter Richter, N. G.; John M. Ooos V O., Wm. Wai.ac, Secretary. UNION I)DGE NO.6. Moeto every Mondy evening, in Ledge Room No. 2, No.L2 Camp esreet, over the Chamber of. .ommerc. Oeor--Wm. Hyland, X U., Wm. Hodgin. V. U.; ngegne Morris, oe. oRESCENT LODGE NO. 8 Meets rvery Thursday evening, in Lodge Room No. 3, over the Home Mutnal lnauranee Company, corner of Camp and Natches ,reeto. Oflcere-4. . O(uhaing, N. G.; Jao. Quit. Me, V. U.; Henry Dart, Secretary. JEFFERoON LODGE NO. i Meets every Thurday oov ning, in Jefferson Hall, orner o Magazilne ard Philip strts,. Fourth District. OtUrro-J i Raodotph, N. (.; J C. Golding, V. G.; A Letdenheomer, beeretmer,. TEUTONIA LODGE NO. 10. Meeta every Tuesday evening In Lodge Room earoer of OCutom',ouse street and hbchange Alley. Uacer--F. I6hli, N. U., G. Eckert. V. G.; Wm. Pfff, Secretary. ORLEANS LODGE NO. IL Meet* overy Tueaay evening to Lodge Room No. I, ever he Creecent Mutel Insurance Company. OIoere-HI. . MeVey N. O. ; H. Paland, V. ; S. Dickenson, Bmereary OOMMERBCIAL LODGE NO. 1,. Meetoevery Wedneday evening in Lodge oom No. 2, No. 0 Camp street, over the Chamber or Commeroe. Officers- Wan. J Andrews, N. G.; Wm. C. Anderson, V. G.; Peel Hal. 1., 8e retsry. HOWARD LODGE NO. 11 Mee, every Thursday evening in Lodge Room No. I, over the Oremewt Mutual lauuranoe Company. Oicero-James Tradene, M. G.; J. M. Morri V. (.; Henry Fsk, 8eoreary HOPE LODGE NO. It. Meae evoy Wednesday evenag to Lodge Room No. 1, ever t.e Creoeent Mutual Insurance Company. OUer--J P. Teod, B. U., John 1. Lewis, V. G.; Wm. F. Sylvester, Ieretary. DELTA LODGE NO. IA Mert every Monday eventing in Lodge oom No. 1, over the Csoreent Mutual Insurance Commoyy. O are-E. K. Bed N. 0.; W, H. Wright, V. U.; J. H. Brk, Seretr. TEMPLAR LODGE NO 14 S eete every Friday evening, in lodge Room No. 3, over Ieo Home Mutual Insurance Company, corner of Camp and Matches streets fficor--John H. loop, N. G.; John E. Carsa, V. G.; A. Wallac Heater, Secretary. COVENANT LODGE NO. 17. Meetsevery Tuesday evening, In the Marlgny Buildings, Vhfro District. OSmrers-John Grayer, N. O,; Ohas. Adam., V. 0 ; Fred. Holylaod. Secretary. POLAR STAR LODGE NO. 16. Masts every Wedneeday evening, in Polar Star Room St. Lete rmt. Ofcre-A. Demares, N. G.; A. Meyoner. V. ,; LEnesat R Wenk, Secretary. MAGNOLIA LODGE NO. L, Meet, every Tuesday evening, in Ldge Room No. 3, No. * Camp street over the t.hamber of Commerce. Ofcere I W. Frest, N. O.; J. T. Mcormack, V. 0.; Cha IBroker, eareary. INDEPENDENCE LODGE NO. 1S. Met, every Thureday evening, to PoYlr Star Room, 8t Louis mieet. Ofcers-J. FransN. O.; J. L BatsV. 0.; 0. Ritteor, COLUMBUI LODGE NO. 24. Mntsl every Friday evening, in their new HalB , Algiers. Oteers-Jhn M. Mead, N. G ; ibhorio C. Duran. V. U. Theb P Sherburne Secretary. OERMANIA LODGE NO. .A Moe*s evryrTouerday evealog, No. - T"ehpoplole street, between Jtckson and Philip street, Fourth District. Olceron-Chm. C. elta N. O.; D. Smon, V. .; A. Ooerstner l PACIFIC LODGE NO. 31 Meet eves Wednesday evening in Pcitle Hall, Jefferson City. OSer-m-Jms Wright, N. G.; U. C. Brown, V. G.; HERMAN LODGE NO. S3. Meout every Weddneday voniog in Mauigay Bolidinge, Tlird Dietrt. )ii'cer--H. oulting, N. o., L Schm dt, V. 0., A. Roth, 8cretary. BO.THWESTEEN LODGE NO 40. IMeet veryThunrdey eveting, iu Room No. 2. Na. 2 Camp geet, over the Chamber of Commerce ()ilicern-tti:ry Cear, Bn. . O., Fr*nk bmtth, i. (I., . H. Drahke, iecret~ry. MER(CHANTS LOD.E No. t. ets ever7 Monday evmening, In Room No. 4, over the eime Mutual InUrn Comopey, carner of Camp aol hhea sieeet. Ocer--J. I Walker. M. G.; 1 O. yrone V. U., Hi. . Bell. Secretary. HELVETIA LODGE NO. 44. Meeto every Thurday reventg in Pacflc Hall, Jefferson Okty. OIoero-eorge WeTals, N. O., P. ldeubheamer, V. U., Lkr o aco.pp, Sec retrcy. INTERIOR LODGER Do Ibo Lodge No. 7, at Beton Rouee elt;. l.oaKge N. 21, at bhreveport. St Laudry L.ml.Ofgho 2.', at ipiueso. Cli~aon i..-dge hN. 2. at Clint(on, Eoeosrior Lod.e No. 3. at Thlbaodnx. Noew Iberti Loge No. jI, at New Ibenra. hPrLine Lowe hn. 37, as Wuhlnrto. CLhubore Lo ge N*. 45, at Minten. JUSIAH FULOER, Grand Seeretary. EAGLE DEGREE LODUGE NO. 1. Meat every trot and third laturday, in Laodge Room No 3, ever ,L. H,,ome Mtuai Insurnre (Company, corner Camp and etles sitrmets. Oticrrs--A Masuren, D. M., Chse. i. Bets, DD). M , Hury i haskell, Serary and Trersuroer. ElemmpmietL. THE R W GRAND ENCAMPMEP.NT OF LOUIBIANA. Meau m-annunally on the t nrtn Wedneeday In Jauary ad July. Ofcer, fr 186--J. T.Wnoemore. of No. 3, M. W Orand Patnurch. A. W. Mlonell, of No. 3 M. E .Uraid 5igb proet. JuoeA A Yirst. ,,o. No , . V. l irand . Ward an, W. C. Wiluo.n, , No 1, I. W r.d ,crib.e, B. Desilv, of No 1, IL. W. lrand Treaiurer. Ge. W. upeor, No. 3, K W. G. Juus,r Woer.mr, A. Wnli~se meter., of No. 1. R W. Grand Repreoortaltuve . SOrg Nngemmur., if Be. 7. . Marhall. Frank Pteter, of S7, WV. Greed enticel; M. Franktford, of NA. W. D. eantd Seeinel; Hfenry Jones, of No, 4, DI No. 3, Deputy trnct Grand PartIrch. noDte Coulrrtrma~--(ir'lmla end B vare..-Joh.tb Potter, of No. 1, Wm. Bloomheld, Jr, of No. 3, A. L Mut .o ,o. 3. o , f 0.he Or. er-J. E Danlap, of No 1, Luther mee n_ 1. 0. Tineman, of lNo . , , N Rush., of No. 7, John Haeno, of No. 1 C. K ans, of No. & Oum*ra and BeyLnsr.-Howard Millepulgh, of N.6, Ptlbtry, of No e L, R tsrck nOe.Na kblrdlate R· e mea pmelmS. WILDET NO. L Me ea e First and Third eordapy of each moth, In Ieem Be. 1. over the CULceat Matrel In7aree Coi. py. Oe - 1e - Data 4. P.; A. Thems H . P.; H. Jmes, Scribe. E OBAS ENCAMPMENT NO. a. Mean the ecod and Pourth Statrd oe ef e meah, In Ledge Doem Ne 1, ever the Creet Matual Ineruneo Oepany. Ofeere-eo. W. Sadler, C. P.; J. U. Barks . P.; W. Wrght. bsRbe MAGNOLIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 4. Mets on the econd andm fourth Bamrdaye iL eeh monath a Baton HeuAe. Oicrs-Oscar I.bee., U. . L ;. . M- r' H. P.; H. Cuertisky. Scribe. WASHIOGTTO ENCAMPFMET NO. Maest ao the second ead Burth Mondays in each mo. Mariguy Balldings. Third Distriet. Olfo--r F. tahel,C. . I. F. Ithe, H. P.; J. Rlaom, Baths, LAATIFrrTE ENCA PEllNT NO.?. Mes oan the dret and shird Wedneday into Jeffersea R Oer, me Mag sine and Phillip streets Fourth Dltn.. Ofcern-J W. AIi. 0. P.; Freak Paster, . P.;o Ger - HItter. Bcrths ODD FELLOWS' RENT. Meet tMe Office of the Grand Secretary, the ee-rt Monday It January, April, July and October The new Board meets a the third Monday in January for organi ' lion. O)eere-J. (. Dlalap, Preaident. Joelak Folger, deer. tarz, Jomph West, Treasurer; John Quinn. Seotan. GENERAL RELIEF COMMITTEE. Meetsin omce Grand ecretary /rat Friday evening tI evrer month. Officers-A W. McDonell, President, Josah Folger, Secretary. WIDOWd' AND ORPHANB' GENERAL RELIEF AS BOCIATION. Meets in effie Grand Secretary, ilst aturday of each month Annueal meeting, last aturday in J snsary. Officers for 1868 E M. Enahba President; G. W. Roper, PIret Vice President. F. Pster. Second Vice President; Lather Home, Secresary A. Wallace Hater, Treeserer. ODD FELLOWS' HALL ASSOCIATION. Meots rst Monday in each month, at Office of the Grand SBeretary. Election first M nday in May for Directora. BOARD FOR 1868 -Prersie.t-E- M. RBesa, . W G M tomaoce Commseel.r -J. G. Dunlap, A. Wallace anter., Engene P. Brugere. Bdal omernireo.--G. IL Thos. H. Shields, E. H. Fairchild. George Dtrmeyer. asdiiy arn.mite-KE M. Lauha; ather Bomes; OGmes Nangeoaer. U. W. Loper. a. Mlllapaagh. S Maoore, . L. Hemry Hteelell JORIAH FOLiER. Serreary. IVMDICAL. F IDCMI IsDICII-. -FtsPsonD oY GRIMAULT & CO., CHIIEMIST u RUB DIOHRLIBU. PAIa. Astbesm, Opprestoem. Dypuera. INDIAN CIGARETTES OF CANABIB INDICA. PRrPAirD BT GRIMrALT A Co., CH :rY, PAIo. Recent expenn eats in Franme. Bnglard and Giermranv' avte pr'*ed that there Cir-rettes are a euoereogn rer. eol .r o he abh.re distrctYng affections,. epecially whn tI.fid h ai.a. tramoenltn and Optium have 1 faed Ito iate retef. Digestive Ilztlr o PC peotle. ORIMAILT A CO., CHEMISTS, PAiIS. PEPSIINE. the latest scientific discovery of Dr. Cervisart. physlrisn to his rmjestt the Emperor of the French. o ti Gastric .luoe itslt, or, rather, the anitie prnciple pnrihed wr ion duigets fio in the ,st<,m ih. When by .ame G caue .,r other. theo r tppy of digtrlirv flud ir tc small, the inevitab: couryueticen are bad digestion. gnstot'., gaitralgta. inftl:u matrl,,r our the n.oueu onts o the et,,n.och and '.,.wele, hear burn. putnaie, an mial. Itse of strength and int female ch .r.is. Ihr Ilnir of PFotenpr which is saoeutilned by the atprobation of the Parts Academy tf Med irre, soeedilycureb all nath diseases, and prsvento vomiting during pregnancy APPROVED BY THE PARIS ACtADEMY OF MEDICINE. Darsi du M lutasm'. Iodide t Eroen mad Man. gamnee PIL. The treatment of cblorotic or scron'ono affections is alwrvo long ild tercis with the esual prepare itrons of tril, whir: not on'retuen.tly fil. owinr to the stomach not benlltg ae tI, tfpport tnom the reearches of Pro,eenors Hann.. o' BrusselsI, toni(' and Petrrgsin, of Lyons, itertriihu and Tr. usr.u., of Paris, have demoer'ratet that tli I.mebnlie fillhre is o. uc to tihe bshocle Moncrliimelle, whi'h. as well SIrron. i, au eore' tltsl emelemnt .f t'oe !o,d Thelrr Pi . Iheref, re. ropply an iipoirt.. t detIenciCy a therpeUtihI. :!id have, c, nequently. received the appruhatlon of the Acaide: of Medlinue and tLe principal cientie bodies, Thery rer emplr.yed with a certainty of success aga.nst i'hlrn.-lc, ,clroee hbc'ktes. ht,,nlmach t( umplaInt. Pverty .f the H.,a.d an, Ir. regrular Mentruation and are prel rable to the pills .f mde iroalonuue i aul anemulc scrotralu and cancerouas al:ec tions. No More Cepalba mad Cubebs. GRIMAULT'b CAPSULES AND LIQUID EXTRACT OF MATIOO VEGETALIS Where all hr me.ilcles have failed, those preparatims wil awys elet a ers. These Insure rapid and eetraordino Sareetm sere meeant and chrono raese of ptrvate diseaes, They namsd to the hospltal. eo asa, by the leslet rt D r BDoed, and n found gretly esuperior ts il hitl erto grown minera! remedtee and Onboa and (anrhe. The inJectien tI amd in remat and eapeUe In more chroic case Syrlp oft lerlvta MrL k and Iron, -PIt eanl tn ORIMALLT A CO., Chemists to B. I. H. Prince Napoleon, Pari. Thlr ne.rdcine pre-enn, in an sgrr eahbe I.r,, 'he n, ',e prulclilen if Peru'. in Bark, tihe bre.' ,if t ,,r., , 'omit w, with ir n, ore lthe pr ncipal bass of the b:... It in p-. orribhd by the mors emccilnlllt ;phyt.air' oif Par s to .,.re 'oh rueLs (r.reen I,, kne'. to. l.iltatr the deve or.'nent o i 7'or l femaien, and to testPcr :el.ilth Iad vi, r. tih tc s50tcm in general It repidy rrmoi'r the dlttreslutg stomach ,.nii. plaints caused iy e anemia ad leucurrhen. to wr.I. I1hes ar .o ao ten esurjer', re, lerntre end fmtlrett* I . 'w of t!.e caramenia, and is al icoxel.ent :ur Pale. lymphatic and scr.fululs children. Last v. it exrtres the appsti:e pl..:l . dlge-ti.,n. end is extremely benefrial t, all piersoln wioe. b,lrod has been impoverit ed by hlines or i lIc nen dolricult cornallsere'e. The elects of this Syrup are at iao certain and speedy. Depot Oeneral in New (rranrr at 39 . 'n .:rs. ,:rert. R IAt'D & (0.'1 PARISIAN PERFUMERY, Pstrrnirid, hby t.e Fmpres of the Fren -c and exter .y . ured Iti si fashionable circles ft r its t., en.ence and blper, uti,.AI'D A CO 'S TLANIoYLANI4 and MANILLA BL'~L ET, the niw ,cett. R gand Ai, i are thie niv . p,,r in urm ircriope if the fragrant extract of Ylngy land :r .,. the Prilrpplr I allei. RI;Al t (AO S TOLctTINF, a deoictuns To:let Wa'er, aertrir to Eau de C(hlgre. Toilet Vinegar. or FPor,a Watre RIAUID A CO S MIRANDA RtAP. iexn; italy per fimcd art, heecinrg itr frcnmrnoe to (ule }Irlt. iIidAUD d tO' a MIitANDA PMAUL'M. i, r preoerv iLcand btant fI)rn the air. ISIALIt A (i0 8i DENTORTNE, t molt .'reet.a. elixlr for preering 1.. toeeth aid pertmnmt thbe hrattr. RItIALDA •'O.'ft TttlTrItt'IaM aM. a remarkabe pre pacriton. produ nlg a bril:iant writoees t, tie teeth. toItiALD A t'o. S MOtE POWD.f Ina upermr :o V:r',e aedr iil other Starr', nod Rire Ptdat-re. TIlt, IltTLk MONITtoR. a A;IDE TO THE TOILEr. aIth Photographie Illumtrati,on. will be cent on rete ri ,: ,, ie ,.,nlcanlc R I o lAto'. 4", rnC le RIt ll.eu, Pmr. ALect F I.erlerry & Socta, 4455t. l'atlns rih Yard, Lr Depot ;eorral in Newc Olr e_ .Ut . HIMO TAKEN TIHE MONEY t Dr. WOICOTT syas he nil piy $tllt1 to any pereen wb will produce a remeoly tnt will cnitantly reinmoer, and , read tly srd permanently cire a0ny paln ti the Head, teeth Teruple, e. (rck, rouldere. Breaot auk. H.ar, L'iig, Sides Hlpe. Abdomn, Loge. LAkles. Feo, Toee. Internal or eIno.u aacute or chronic, Old Clcrs. FrTesh Wounds rghtfai Cancers--in Iact. all pain. from any 'ao., KheO matte, Neralgic, frem a moqinilto bite o toe moit Intense Labor Parc--ac inlck nme Pum, Pertll. c)r rtd e i ltlennaatal L au rapid.y, heal permrcanetly as oon, gives no pain In tr up pllc*tl.,r i hether appled tn the wtaaert inflri or then moct :eihle or sgri peir-on, illd it tnrrc s cart, Pain Palnt, AppUled Free an o h Carondeiet street J, HN idA"SRdE, uole Algent for New Or'ean and State ..f L,,u .Iclan Corountrr Delete aend Dregltl supplid. L'ACTS I- Meeara N. heifer A tiiuouasne- S 100 EI Poydra street. Manufactourer it the W h. if Bltters Ot'rtimen--l have nsmxmood the paten that or. rnulei yon by the U. ( ivernment for mranufactuunthe MalakoE Bltters, and found in the togrodients eaployed a oompounud w l calculUated ex uetteod keeo In good order the digect el organs I hve prscried -sid Bitters several timne, nd it ereylnastaulr I road Cllolon to sorersa their henetrfn eflts I remain. gstlesmnao,re rpepottlley. your mol ohodlentsecrant A. MERtIEr. M. D.. 1t (Canal street. I have exumcned the pastet you hold for the mannrectre o' Malaho Bitutrt and tnd nothing in the Ingredients there calculated to art injuiouenly upon the homan system. alio. tken, In inerdlnate qeanstitle Indeod. it ti nachlir· bh 'a cordlsl acomtr kitter. 8. A. MIT. h. .O. Yur MalakoSi Ritte., whch . hats examrned.do ro contan any ingrediente Icnr0orus to health, nod mny he recor mendd te thsae Wn srce t ow f a ro-d tonie ours, w. rcHIJPPERT, 3. D. A BOOK FOI TEE IJNiETUNATr J. BALDWIN DUFF"S TREATISE ON PRIVATE DIi EArEL. Inp.pterrcy. lo. ol Power, Nervous oeoulity, wmtl Notee o Iepedtmrota to Murr'rccg shnold he re hy a Iei amplanltg Imarrage Sot by nail on receipt ef 2i oente by J. B. DUFF ORIFPI'. Ben Oreaos Medicl InastitnUte. 254 Magszne stret, Where all cDravta diselees are isceosthll tratrL ,A SK EA MADO-) (SUC(:CEROR TO MAtGEE A RNBASSJ Semoved from No. i MAraune Street, Manu Eettrres oar ddlery nad BHem e. -a-Iromnanls or DADDI.ERY, HARDWARE. BhLTING. PACKINGO AND HOBE. ETO.. ETC.. Ire. 8 Tebepittoslei nod S New leem, and l, 48 nad MO ommon stetrset. (ANDREW STEWART New Ortmns-W . STEWART W. . OALBBAITH--JOHN O. IR. MmphIa s NRRAN 00TMIBBIN01 KERCHANT. Ba 4 Undien stre New Orleela ALBkImaTW STNWANT * CS. (W.. S eALIEATU--WU. IEWART-IJO. 0. FIlRS Memphis; ANDREW STEWART, 3. O.) Whelemale *wneor and teaae IPetaers I 1 Unto street. Memphls. T.e. NEW ORLEANS CRECGET. OFFIrE 36 CAMP BT ., NEW O@L5Am 1. . N1IXON, EDITOR AND PROPRINTOS, Q dtal loarmal of the lbSB a of Iwniaasbs . Ie grewed the meal, malerat and pem al well-being of ae of Now Oriseans, the State lmontaIea, and the great Seuthwest, will be tn the fturse, as it bh bee. I the eth the purpose of thisjournal. The oolmns of each day's toe we referred to as an sere of the fathfulnases d suMcse with which this design is executed. Whil shestead-pdot of the 0C e80 ?T sI la adepm saet me wt h rTisrease to all the subjects of ewspaper omome'l read dtsemetee, its opinions will always. be faena to be um !dly. delaely sad fearlesly -xpre A esuelly stLed emps of O(rrsep.m dets.m , Mee and lerin s add to the m of the OBB CENT, by Impartial letters spon topics of moment to the people of this sectien. Its ls nre from the people form not the least tatereslag and vlue his fture of Its wall-Alted esama.. 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THE DAILY CRESCENT 1-.r PUBLISHEB EVERT MORNING (io0noar Exoarmyst early subecriptio in advance ......... ............$ I a Halfyarly ................. ....................... 8 il a ely ..................... ....................... dIl THE SUNDAY CRESCENT I peculiarly a HOME JOURNAL Ile empleolamas will befound crowded with choice reading matter espeseall7 written or selected for this lasea. including a rich, entertain ag and lastructive variety, welcome slike to the merchsa he planter, the meeha.to, the housewt the young ad th aid. fad is managed by as ompetent masters of thetypographica artas are to be fond in this ouutry. It Is fully supplied wish lg the atee improvements In PhESSES and all the newest styles of TIPES All kindsof work promptly eaected, snok STEAMBOAT BILLS AUCTION BILLS; 0IRTULAIk ; HAND BILLS; BILLS OF FARE; BALL sad RAFFLE TICKES RILL HEADS; DRATIECEIPTS ACGOUNT SALES; NOTES; CHECKS: LAWYT BS' BRIEFU, toa Stamkn of Every Varle$l msd all (Clers iEIORANTB' A00OUN1T BOK8 got up to the best style, as the BINDING and ULINt departments of the ter reweire special slnalst. LEDOERB, JOURNAlS, DAY BOOKS, CASH BOOKS, COTTON BOOKS, SALES BOOKS s.., BOOKB and PAMPHLETS printed at rate sand ln a style that will compare bverahly with the beat work of the l e Twert bega Cnn.ected with the BOOK and JOB OFFICE is THE CRF CENT LITHOORAPHIO ESSTABLIe IMET -Whe are employed TIE WEEKLY CRE*ICENT & LAGBOR CIECULATION THAM AN? OTRd WEEKLY PUBLISHED IN THIS ITY. Ltpresentsthe new of th wea, eare taully prepared editor pon topicnol present inerest, slnections to reant Or-ty, revioew of the mOaoy ad con. m W marhete fonitp sa tomertic corre pondeae, ad has supplied the wait of the Beothwes for a SBrnuse WnuaLy PiltL PA PuL It hs provern a dmirb~ipromlum for ad er~tlg. estl otrcUlates im all directeasthrehoe theSoot. THE WEEKLY CRESCENT pUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAt MOPBINis. And sspplied to sumbcribers thc following rtes. Prsen*yesr, n advras e.. .................... S - Proa rm th .. ..... .................... 5 Ferthreemoh . . ..h......................... 1i Tbe C]EsENT BOOK AND JOB OFFCIL ~RB FECT IN ALLd TB APPOINTMENTS Uswrs or ra BHsesrT SKILL, TATr Aen EaruL sol All hnds of LUbhogrphlng Is done at the OKESOEI seats a style UNSURPASSED IN AMfEICA. e ILLUWIwAag rO eslr AD linIArwee F0a Moon. er neuLna aLae orn; ew n ,s Insl oIuo;s, Au 0erwi Dn a, Cunall BsOtOre oEueu; Dom on or Il m; eblin to predae sy nd f eel In the elIIre h 'sPlr r oRESCENT OFFICE I preented to the pie as mesi5emplee NEW OEIEA IN$URAIYCU. NINLSTaXTE AJIVAL STATIME T CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. new esIeemm ay X s. isIm. The Trustees, to eeoufrmttylte tb charter, submit the fcl. ownlon statement of the afairs eo the company on tee 13th day of Aprli, 186: Fir Premiums for ye ..............$ 1.M525 M Manrte Premiums for yer ........... 94.02 88 River Premiums for yea...... .... 177.584 85 --$5507.77t 13 Total net erved Prem iums.......... $447 864 Fire io.es paid and estimated..... $ I .00 63 Mar,n ............................... 7 074 068 River.................................. 85 572 47 Peaid Taxes........................... 36.019 64 Paid relnsurances end discount in lieu of erip ............................ 60.105 30 Paid interest, return premiums, gen* srml expenses lew discouat, etc.... 17.6905 -- 6S5 919 1t Net profits.......................... 5 1t 95 tp The Company have the following Assets: Bills Receiv ble ......................$ 37 494 3 Loans oon nds and Mortgage ........ 69 343 33 S 106.8 537 09 Cash on hand .......................$104.577 36 Loans on pledge of stocks on call.... 6.400 00 - 167977 3 Loeas on pledge of stocks on Ise.... t 11.9000 Real Estate ........................... 7 .000 00 Scrips of other Companies and scrl account.................. .... 46082 48 131.372 48 Cosolildated City Bonds .............. D0.0 00 City Bonds ..... ................ ... 96 00 Bank and other stocks.............. 196 907 17 - 323 517 17 Coupons for City Bonds past due.... 8 450 LU) Due for Preminme in course of col lection............. ....... ... 41 60 III 5 779 814 ," The Company have also: Sospended Notes. Stocks ans Bonds.. $ 43 310 21 Forfeited Scrip secont .............. 7.809 24 Interest uncalled for ..... ........... 7.800 25 The above statement is a true and correct transcript from the books ofl the Company. TlOS. A. ADAMS. President HnRT V. OG-n, Secretary. PARISH OF ORLEAER, t City of New Orteans. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 23d day of May, 1408. PARIS CHILDREbS. Second Justice of the Peae, Parish of Orleans. The Compauy will nay Interest at 6 per ment In cash on all its Ou()ntstanding Certicate of Serip to the legal holder, thereof, on and after the second Monday in June next. The reard of Trustees have also declared a crip Dividend of THIRTY-THREE AND ONE-THIRD per cent on the earned premiums enttltied to participatlon for the year and inog April 0, 1P68; for which certinfates will be Issued oa and after the first Monday In August next, free of' iovernment tax. THOMAS A. ADAMS Presildent. SAMCEL H. KENNEDY, Vice Preeldent. Brny V. OGDou, Secretary. -TRUSTEES John Watt, 0. T. Buddecke. Samuel B Newman. P. H. Foley, Wm. Edwards, A. O. Ober, P. Simms, A. Thompson, John Phelpe. NSW ORLEANS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Olee, Ceorer of Camp mad Canal Streets. EIGHTH YEAR. Preemi:me recelved during the year ending Decem er Slt, .67 ........................ ...$411.290 41 Losses, Taes, Explseees, Beinsurance, etc., paid L.ring same period ....... .............. 5194,1,79 Arset' an the 31st December, 1867 .................. $5.. 6 .w ORLnaov, January 11. 1461. The Bard of Directors have reaolved to declare a scrip dividend ,,f THIRTT PEst CENT. on the net earned partiit pating premiums for the year ending December 31. 1867, and have further resolved to pay Six Per Cent. Interest in all out standing certilcates of Scrip, on and after the second Mon dal of March, lIft J. TUTES, President J. W. Li.eso, Secretary. DIRECTORS. @eP Uriuhart,l T. B. BlanchardJr,. Chs. Lafitte. A. Rochereau, Wm. Stevens, J. \!. Lasyre, G. W Rabcock, .1 & White, A LShbreiber, s .,c. W F Williams, J. Tnvea ~. MUTUAL IWUR NUE CLOMAI7 I OF NEW ORLEANS, O ee. No. 61 OCa p Street. Amount of prmtome received durlig the year end ing Dret'. rer .11lt, 17 ............ ....984 f 71 Asoets on 31st December. 1867. valued at ....... o77.76 .d NEW ORLFANR J.nor 23d, 186 -The Board of Dire. torn reslved tc pa 4 e "r eat interst on all. outstand irg Scrip, od iourhar drclared a Scrip Dilideod ot:i per5 rn on the net eartrd participetine I'rems me or the yeur ending Deeomber lst 18H7 HOS sU)0i Prea't, Toues Ahonror . Secretary. JO G. GAINES, V. P. Directors for thea ser I1M-John 3. Gaines, Hsnrv Re show, ai T. Lnlndaie It. liscoe, J. C Sarail. Honri Wilsos. R i Hart. Jothn C. RacksJ. H. tafr. J. B. Bssr, Thos Iloc, I. N MaksL HOMI MUTUAL INSURANOe UN.* PANTY OF NBW ORLEANSI. Oaoe, No. 78 Camp aL, coremer of Natches stree. 81ITEENTH YEAl. PremIums reedved durlg the year ndlng December 31, 1867................. SS... .i9 - Loams, tuas, eopenes, r-inuursac e, ete., paid during reme period ............. 11.0t4 7 Asets on the S1st Decemnber, 1967.......... SIB 726 @ This a'ompany continues to insure galust the perils of the Sems. Rivers, sad lees or damage by Fire, At the aurra sae oa prmum ALFRED MOULTON, Preeident WM. M. PERKI. Ties lPresideat A. W. HUNTEE, Semetary J. I. Alle 1. .. bndwigssss E. I Ooavres, A Moulton Wm Chambers, A. H. May, . P. kthe Ia John T. Moore, Noert Har We M Psrlna. J i tsnhebsr Johnb . Roesre OMIMEIIOIAL INU, AML COOPANI SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT. In conformity with the reoquirements of their charter tho C'OMMEl IAL INUIRANCE COMPANT publlsh the fol lowing statemont: Amonta of Premtiums for the year dlndig 31st March. 1045 cire I remilums .... ................ 2 42 (4 Rier Pl'ireniiu ................... 79 9 20 Manse Preisms......... ..... . 11 ----11602 71 Fire aoes .......... ... 1.09359 River L..ees 6 424 10 Mawme Losues .............1...... 37370 $12277 41 eate............................... Yt9 9' Iseea ......................... 47:19,11 Retonro-' .. ,. 9'.225 Iteturn Proml:omi . ... 41l II bienro. Profit nd Le, etc.. leo Interet...................... 30030 66--6107 16 33 535 52. S1 c'ash on hand............ ....5 12.9(4 11 l l rrrceivable ..... . .... . 3 remniums due ....................... 14 t44 block Noes......................... 3 5 u--5 973 44 The sb.ve statement is a just, true and coreto tranesoript from the books of the on mp . UCNE Preelden Oxo. O. Swrr eretary Nsoru to ad saerrhed before me bthIs 2t d of Aprni, 1056. PARIt CHILD RKtt. Second Justice Peace. Parish of Ursaen P ..lX MUTUAL LIFE INI4URANEiE 0., HARTFOtRD, CONNECTICUT Aseta ............................... aggag~gg GEORO 8. DARII 0G, Oneral Agest Oaoe emsre Canal and Si. CharIs street Entrsoes Ne 11 C" aa ad No lSt Carles street, SewOrtnl.s se, cr~t . aole n. E . urks Ree., J 0 EAAL ESTATE AGENTS, 03 ommereiaa Plse We have a es st imeed fr Dwer I llg. Ster ad Vaea Cilty l pre I lm Oearey s erd he lty ard on Ianle a e~lkLprl PW etedls. s e 10 e ·Lr·Will/ INBURA1Cge. MIaCARTs' xMTUAL INIUWAANe COMPANY Of NEW OURLANS. FO,UR.TLZNTl ANNUAL STATEMENT In conformity with the trqutremeate of their Charter, the Company publish the flowing BTATMERNT: Prem ema receNved during the yeadr .dg S3lt May, 156, In eluding unearned premaums of theprevlouyear : On Ftre Rieke ................... ................. 1484 43 On Maritl RHis. ............................... 3738 17 On Riv Risks .................................. ,63 62 Total Premiums .............. ............ 81,14 22 Lees Premiums Unearned 31st May, 1'8 ................................5$2 84700 eurn Premiums .................... 471 07-S 00,318 07 Net Earned Premiums 31st May, 1986...... $ 901 644 15 Lose paid: On Fire Fisk. ................$71 2 37 On Marine isks .............. 173940 58 On irvr Rks ............... 4929 96 491 .0 91S Taxes ......... .......... . 3,016 61 Reinsumance, ExpeLne. Proit and Loe, le laterest ..... 10,235 04- 14.314 56 Net Profit ............................. 277.39 59 The Company bhave the following seeuts: Real ate ................................$ 159,617 87 Notes ecredby Mortgage ................ 67801 4 N~ottes Bure d by Pledge ................. 8 147 13 Cash hand ............................. .. 12 479 24 Premiums In earuse of Collection........... 0 753 OC ty BJ nds.................................. 33.90 0I Bank nad Raillroad StocksL................ 104,0) Is) Btlls Recetlr ble............................. 17.15 79 Scrip of Mutual Ineurae Companies..... 40 8t)6 01 Stock of Tallette Dry DIkock Company...... ISl 0 1 Laves Steam Cotton Proe ........ 49,100 1) Marine Dry Dock ............... 3,7)0 ( Merchants Exchange. ........ 1.00) 40 Lightering and Wrecking Co ..... 1,1001 It Loutsiana Equitable Life I. Co. 250 - State Bonds ............................... 1,50 ) Total................................. .. , ,414 1 Lans: 'nclaimed Interest and Interest pay able in July next on all outstand. log Benp of he Company........$101,346 1 Thlirty-lv. per cent of Scrip isue so 1059, payable n July ............. 70 675 75 Unearned Premium 31st May, 1869.. 26,647 00--13947178 91 ti.067.645 24 The heave Statement Is a Jnst, true and correct transcript from the books of the Compny. JOHN PEMBERTON, President PAUL FOURCHT, Secretary. STATE OF LOU'RIANA. Parish of Orleans City of New Orleans I Sworn to anasubscribed beflore me, thi 9th day of June, lbi6. PAUL W. COLLENS, Third Justice of the Peas. At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 9th day of Juno 1868, it was resolved to declare a Rcrip civtleid et THIRTY PER CENT. on the Net Earned Participating Premiums for the year ceding 30th May. 186I9 for which ar tflcates will be lnsued on and after the first day o A oUrni neot. Also to pay on and after the second Monday n July nert THIRTY FIVE PER CENT. ON THE 84KRIP 1 ReUE OF 1859, and oix per cent. interest on all outaetndiag Scrips of the Company. DIRECTORS: John Pemberton. P. Mumpere. David Mcirord NM Lug, L F (menero Pierre lus, has -agcry. John Morean Ball . Z. Salf, I' 0 Wilt. J. J oernandes. LOUISIANA EQUITAIIL LIRE INSURANCE COMPANT. Capital ...................................Si O,@ OFFICE, 142 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS. John Pmbuerton. W Pike Edward ney, E. A. Tyler. J. .Stone, WI. Schmidi C H. Blocomb, A. Thompson. Alexander Marks, F. Deibmdlo, Philip Meyer, 0. . Ulrntde. George A. odick, Edward Baret arha J. Smith Jostra ELLIsOn. Preldent, W. 8 PIl. ViesPreldent, T. M. DLsan, General Agent, W. P. Reasu , Secretay. IEDICAL WxEtERsIS Dr. B. 'H. Mtw. Dr. am'l Choppn. Dr. Y I LeMIoner, Dr. Huenry mithDr. J. H. Lewis, Dr. W. C. Nichells. G. A. Breaux. Atterney. ALL KINDS OF LIFE RKIS1 TAKEN-Ordinary Lfe. and Annual Endowment; Ten Annual Endowment and Fire Annam l nt dowment; lStgle Payment; Participating and Ion Partteipating, tued by this Company os low asn a other Company - ALL PATMENTS BON.PFORFEITABLE. NATIONAL imllIN ANI IALS INSURANCE COMPANY. O e.-4. emr Camp ammd anmn SGreeds. M. WHANR, Preideant E N. GAVcm AU, Reretasry. DIREOTORIY: 8. t. Emley LoUI dudr, J. F. M. Grass D.on. aR, Bwb. swewmaxes i . nenein eW th t, selas meaiei at Peni Chartr. the Copeam pubh the fellwngstaamet, :. Tetalw d eeames fr the ear ondia i 39th Fe t tariff of mrBoar d orf Utiderri. s of this l y. OVUlIIANA MTIIAL IMiILANON -I 44.400 7i S Earued. a......m........................ 4...... s024 Fire L-osse. m ................... 3 $ 2 5 IMata mlmese.................... 184,I8 76 le L mseu ................. 10s4 0S S- , 52.0 3 14 le entn Ium rf s~1or .............. 0 75 True and lternal ermtenru............ t,74 Expeunse. lent, eta., ieee Dieconat A con tm.......................... 3310 3 sL o st March. .................... 1,77 ~a-4.1407................... 6 1 eserved for Unadjusted esne........t....... , St earn an lewg e.winch n the uallowanede and deductiomu.......... 7are made, t e equlalent Cesh apital of $E0to, iesa: a iAesed t en t .....a........ ..... ..... . .5, Ine pnr ed n Mr Intgert oneal Estalte. .01 0 aerted to tty andl ther .....d...... . .. 2,2 aned e 1 edges.......14.0 95 les d........... or ud ...................... 11,13 4 The abe sttemest no alest, rne and wnerest treasec frm the obe~(sof the QOmpoOy mpe ulmo wdoerad b and beerd Ohed Trbeoe me, rthis dld day atr armple, lowa o d dd Thictlo rd m Jadt, le ba eMa enLe t per sat Iterest on all eeandg ri.........p wil............ e paid i the legal hoider thereof e th seond M...........nday of May n ~Invo m · e l rno Co rnA ...B.... ,, reidea Al. Calse ..................Tr ........ . Ant Ourriere. A. Laneeri See. A. Psedisk. Freak Wtiams.i . Iregle,. Themen 3yras eS Man AUeLs W. A. Vlt etNi F. Aadereoa. Bagu randsalaM Al"ed Seay, Wm S. Phekn 5tl. A. Fewiche, Jehe S WalM. SA. Uw. Dnsete, Gecrn Feies. m . r.lTnI. S. Pl~s. ealob L ma· ' W.A. Ohm I. Iebee Re de& Ibk r. Irul. . F. G lves LP. Otve Prt *tso 71man QItmtu. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 9, 181. sea arlas Wa5q tarket. Wattsasia, gym u~4Is. aJ.I lW There is no alteration whatever to notice is the money market. Gold opened at New York this morning at 110). the cloeg rate yesterday. At 10:30 it was quoted at 140o, and at3 P.i.Ltelead at 1401. Holders in this maket satil continue stid, but the demand is still restrioted, as may be readily inferred from the appended statement of actual sales, viz: $6000 hold at 1391; $2000, $2000. $6000 and $6000 do. at 140; $20.000 do. at 140® 140j; $3000, $30(0. $8000 and $156,000 do. at 140). Sales of Silver comprised 1000 Mexican D)ollar at 144}. We now quote Gold at 140@1404, Ameri can 8ilver coin at 136@136, and Mexican dollars at 1t44a14. Tl.he ruosshartrain Railroad Company yesterday declared a semi-annual dividend of 4 4 cent.. payable on and after the 10th inst. FoRaxoN ExcAswoG-There is no Increase whatever noticeable in the supply of comeatrotl Sterling or Franoos. There is still a moderate de mand for both on the part of remitters, how ever, and rates are generally well maiateted owing to the stringency of old and foreig bll quotations in the New York market. The sub joined statement includes the total operation since our last, viz: £2500 bank terling at 1654; £2000 Al commercial do. at 1541; £1600 do. at 154; 10,000f. bank sight France at 3.60; 12,000f. bank Francs at 3.621; 30,000 commercial do. at 3 684. and 70.000f. do. on lavre at 3.961. We Atill quote bank Sterling at 1556154, clear bills 154 @1641, bill of lading bills 1534153i, bank France 3.k6 (ij3.62j., and oommerolal do. a'. 3.70(43.671. DoNsaTic ExcAuuas-The movempnt under the above heading discloses a very modrate eupply and demand, with a continued tendency to higher rates. In the absence of regular purchasers of cotton for the North and East the supply of cam* mercial eight and short sight has become alaost wholly exhausted, while drawers and holdere, as is not unusual under simillar circumstanuce, ex act extreme figures. We append particulars of the purchases II) banks and bankers to-day as follows, viz.: $12,000, $13,000 and $15,000 bew York commercial sight at 1 3 cent. premism and $26,000 do. at 1-16 1 cent. premium. We still quote I V cent. premium at bank, and par to I cent. premium out of doors for sight checks on Northern cities. UNCrsiRNT NovsR AND BrCt'URIT - -The failing off in rates of city notes has not yet ceased, de spite the tact chat some satisfactory proposiMons for their redeiiiption is likely to be soon brought forward by the present municipal boards. It is hardly advisable for holders to sacrifice them at the present moment. Louisiana State notes are dull but firm; Bank of Louisiana notes eoatinue wholly neglected, and operatioes in stocks and bonds are silll confined to a few favorite souri ties. The annexed statement embraces the total actual sales for the day, viz.; $3000 and $6000 oit notes at 40, $10,000 do. at 41 and $26,000 do. at 414(@42 $1 cent. discount. Two levee bonds at 534, 11 do at64 and 3 do. at54*o. $.000 LoOtlsMaa state notes at 64c., $10.000 do. at 54) and $10,000 do. at 556c. I1 dollar; 30 sharee Now Orlans City Railroad Co. stock at $162 and 10 shares Crescent City Railroad Co. stock at $101 ; share. rPLWcIL inssaonass.-We are indebted to the Western Union Telegraph line for copiea of the following private dispatohes received over that route to-day, vas: AnKe York, July 8-10:30 A. i.-Gold 1401. Cotton market quiet but steady. Middling 3230., Mobile 33c., Orleans 33jc. Sterling 1101®1104. 12 u.-Gold 140,. Cotton market quiet but steady-quotations vominally unchanged. Ster ling steady. 3 P. x.-Gold 1401. Cotton quiet and steady. Sales to-day 1000 bales. Middling 324c., Mobile 33c., Orleans 33*0. Sterling 1101® 110]. Liverpool. July 8-11:15 A. v.-Cotton market steady; estimated sales 10,000 hales; uplands 11I @ll1d., Orleans 11@llid. 6 r. x.-Cotton mar ket quiet and steady. Sales to day 12,000 bales; uplands llt1lld., Orleans 11l41 d., Lodonn. .July 8-5 P. x.-Oonsols 941@95. Bonds 73@731. CaUscsrs Onlic. o. mN Oaanra Wdaesdy Ire., July 8. CorTro--There is but little, if any, variation to notice in the market to-day. Advices from Liverpool and New York are still unehanged, and with a limited supply and demand here, opera twon bhae been confined to 384 bales, divided amnong five buyers-one of whom took 230 bales. Prices still tend upward, but as there is no mid dling cotton on sale, we have to omit a quotation for that classalfeation. The ruling fil ure this evering were 294@30c. for good ordinary, anud 31@31#c. for low middling. OlOyOT 5TArminY. eek ae head S 1. 1 ...tix............ .... .U Ieael-,d dnb. etrd ............. .,259 Made up from piicking. sample and Cotten, releved in s-re. s.d baled hem rlue teptember 1, 1867 ......... ..... ...... 6.815- ,356 76I,111 rExpset stbassem atere.......... .......... l dt ..eve se........................ Weu-4 s - t stee as ainmdias sbtwp d...................... 410 Su-oiA AND MoLassa-Operations in thee two leading articles continue to be of a restricted character. We have no improvement to note in actual transactions, but the inquiry becomes daily more gent ral, and we may look for a brisk de mand during the present month. 100 boxes of Cuba centrifugal bugar at 141c., and 12 hhdsa prime muscovado do. at 13*c., were disposed of and not included in our report of yesterday. We quote Cuba box Rugar, grocery grades, 12 4134c., white do. 144@l6c., muscorvado, hhds., 12. 134c., Loulisiana prime. 1 i6ltc., and do. choice 156@l15c. t I. Louisiana Mulassee very scareo*, at e5c. - gallon for reboiled, and Cuba do. at rj 653c. 4 gallon, according to quality. . ict --The market has undergone very little change since our report of yesterday. The only noticeable feature is an increased demand, which bas been generally met with rates that dscloue ro diminution in price, and uas the stock on haad is but moderate, holders are quite firm. Sales to day embrace some 2300 bbla., vis: 200 superfine in lots at 17 25 ; 140, 2(0 and 200 double extra at $8 10; 60 low treble at $9; 50 treble exti. at It, 2,; 1110 and 300 treble extra at 19; 60 choice at 12; 40 do. at $13 50; 44 do. at 814 50. and 300 aid tO bbls. of treble extra Flour upon terms which have been withheld. Cos--The market for Corn, as well as all other grami, is much firmer to day, owirng to the gradual reduction during the past week of stock on hand and scant arrivals the present week. Sales to.day disclose a slight inearese in rates all around; 3200 acks were sold. viz.: 101, 300 anad 700 yellow mixed at 90c., and 20L sacks white corn, in lota, at 95c. buashel. Osr--Continiue steady, with a moderate de mend. We have to report sales of f;c, sacks, vid.: 150 at 724c. and 500 in lots at 72~e. i bushel. IAS -- Ils very quiet and dull, with triitug de. mand; 200 sacks sold at $1 10, and 140 in storo for $1 06. Hay--Moverntents indicate a quiet market, wilh small stock andl ihnted demand. I, tes co tinue firm. We hear of sales o 1(X), 50 and 50 bales of hay at $22 4 too. Pota--The market does not disclose any reac tion in this artiUcle, though holders arm rearssured by advices received to day from the West of an upward tendency of tfigures. One lot of 40 bbls. were sold to-day at $2:. Blacow--The demand is confloed entirely to a retail and jobbing trade; 10 casks of clear aldes were sold at 17c., 9 casks do at 16,, and 5 caska shoulders at 13c. t t. Lat,--Continues doll. We quote prime io tier ces 17jI@18. and in kees 1 094 ,.ii. 4 1 ,. IRaTas-Te-The sbipping mvemeot still die lorses a very heavy and osteady falling off. The tonnage in port on foreign and domestic ac cont is reduced to the summer standard, while the demands for freight room indicate a corre ponding or perhaps greater abatement. We now quote nominally cotton to Liverpool by steam, ,,'i0d.; by sall, cotton, 7 .11.; tobacco 35e.; floor 4a.; London 4d. for cotton, 37s. 6d. for to bacco. To New York by rsteam and sail c. for cotton. 14@15c. for corn, 60@75c. for flour, and $8 for tobacco. To Boston by sail l@ic. for cotton. 1I617c. for corn and £6@70c. for flour. To Bre men by sail, @lc. for cotton, and 35s. for to besro. To Bavre by sall, li. for cotton, and $12 for tobacco. To Philadeiphia. by steam, Ic. for cotton. To Boston, steam, Ic. for cotton, flour h0c., giraln 17c. Tea Corro Tax.-The following, which we clip from the New York Jonrnal of Commeree of the 30th nlt., should be preserved by thoe of our readers who are in any way intereted Im the mrvement of the leading staple: We have received repeated inquihre La regarud to the act repealing the cotton tax. We pub lihed the bill as reported at the time, but die outes have arsen as to the exact phraseology employed, and several verlne appear to have rten published, the dllerencee growing out of the repeated amendmentes, the bill havnrlog bean for several weeks ia the heads of the comamittees cf conference, and thus bandled about betwem the Houe and the Senate before it became a law.