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(jfnerul AgmU. IplSCE, Box 3,727, Boston, Mass., Genera! ,0 « tl AdverU*ing Agency. Chicago I'.I Co , Advertising Agents, Philadelphia, l ^sr;-i A i» v ' Cincinnati. StU.il, Jr-. Pittsburgh. l.onlslunu. Vennilllon—KuJolph Curtis. dr lS' OT %oure/W A. Moulton. Snae—Louie Francois fe-t Fehcwna, Ghae. W Thing. J, ' i.ot!ii-o. M. James—N. S. Landry, st Charlea—Mr. L. Emerson. " ,'ihe—W. G. Wilkinson. ® tfnnM-h, Wrotnowrki. j!bnKpSi*- M ? i rtira. r F. Smith. Sl ilie Union—E. H. llosner. Ecnlft II a.rritt. n M. M*ry—A. ». • n 'Wellington—Jos. Cheiett. ID. wablll UK * . M |^,U|. nrn !_W. J. Blackburn. Terrs bnnns—A. A. Stone. fand Greenville—Charles , coiner ol Line and Upper fcitj sidenoe. !"^uuei"nV5«liu.I.or.ll. ihC. * . " * it t Ml W I .a ml .art A vovenes— »*• W. Lambert on. £ n ,l' Madison. Jatnei L. Wright. I *' 1 w. W BUckinM— "* J Hill and Theo [>un- '■ JJJgt. Landry—Stephen , iherville. Geo. L. Gaskell. lrti Vean Thompson & Keeting - [,_r s. Markham. PgJ-^He—W. H. Fmegan. • , .viogaton. C. H. Ludecke. AMutMLlSS'a La»i«. fiTnSKftSSt Bsby IlwiflfeP O.. Lnfsynttn, Dr. F. E.PiqaetL*. fc.Kr"' ;V« o rnwn —Will. W right. ,mli please notify the Editor of any errors in !MI«»l»lppl ('A County—P. Bonnry. P. M. ; ,Und"n«-J. W Bissoll. I- M T.ssi *r3 0 Piilen**T.'n?r nU KSJJfSUt A lubamu 3 F Ma'don. iaa-K. Cain. Florida. y r . Janie* Maguire. New York CUT. Ot, Nassau street. Kentucky. ilte-S. T. tV » ter. rke Ke w Orlenn. Bepubllrun S. v. Orleans t.j ths tollowicg dealers; I «o. M Baronne siraet. jj.i, old Levee street, opposite t. Post , Eutr.n, St. Charles Depot, under the St. Kerlorec and Robertson Notice to Agent* forw; •f Post*.dice r, i by draft or bv eipress, a tk alter ding t n in . as« of re etary and Commercial. M ON ETARY. 01 NEW ORLEANS REPUBLICAN, 1 Monday Kvwuto. June 3, lw>7. * oeral market has exhibited barely moderate w, with little change of a quotable cnara< n any of the leading departments The demand for sugar and molasses was to jobbers, snd the movement in Western to a limited extent, attended with more orn, and an easier feeling in oats; wLils i cotton were rather light, being con A ths enhanced pretensions of holder*, and ■ntlj the sales wore restricted, lie mg con 1-50 biles at former prioes, the msrket -ith a hardening tendency, ir inactivity prsvai ed in the coin market, 1 rates exhibited a better feeling through ildopened this morning nominal y at 136},. ,at New York, but subsequently ira l and elateJ| steady »t L* 1 * •<13t , A . There of the board of brokers at 12 M,a d being passed at the regular meeting on jymning, dispensing from date with the ikioB, and appointing 3:15 P M as the hour fthenight session shall hereafter be held, •f6 30si heretofore. In the open market offering- w*>re trilling, and the eaIesin;on I, including $2300, at 136; $5000. $5n00 $13, f 13.<T»at 1 hi- 4 : $.C,00Jat the same. $70«0 st id$HW0at 136*,. In silver we noticed sales n American halve* at 129: 903 Mexican do! « I* cent premium for gold, and 1000 do at « ESichange was quiet but firm throughout s>.nmercial bills wax light, while tho of fir»t class were quite restricted. The however, wa* moderate, and consequently illation* were trilling, including the fol ow >to bank* and bankers: £650 clear sti r.ing at' Psnl £1590 at 147 . £1000, £2000, and £10WA1 ; £30u0 ht 14-; £5000 at 14H^14£t' a ; a small st 149; £JjUJ bank at 150 .; and £.1000 bank Is franca we noticed a sale of 'AJ.OU* bankers' i. bterling may bo nominally 1145$144 for bill of lading bill*: 147 jA 14 j1 4 to first-class, and iyj. l ,<3151 for bank: and l&ttfor At commercial, and 3 77for bank, s exchange exhibited only a moderate The batfks checked on New York at )« t. premium, at which they met with a fair . The supply of commercial was light, and «restricted including $2),000 bank sight at 'j t premium- $11,030, bankers' at 716, $2G,0U) ittMst5-16, $12,000, $15,00-), and $20,000 at l i. k1 L4,(ju) at ftiO.UOO tight, and one day a i. 114,000 one day's sight on Boston at 3,. H par, and $15,(W0 thirty days' at \ per cent. iU The closing rates for commercial s.^ht * U per cent, premium. little movement »n stock*. There woro * St the biard; ou' loir* th*» transaction* M to scares Uarro :ton railroad at $42 and 3 were dull, no sale.* boing reported 6 the day. A sole of two Jackson railroad Sge bonds wa* made at 76. Tha contolt v quoted at 89'A90, and the railroad issues at •coording to the coupons. Wo quote s size* at fi8<is60; Jackson railroad first « bond 1 at 75076; Jackson railroad at 70075c ; and Opelousas railroad • bonds, with eight matured coupons, * were no sales of uncurrent money re Bank of Louisiana note* 'are quoted V dollar, and State Treasury notee at Abs iaside figures being the rates paid by '*the amall sums offered at their counters. Mury notes rule at 5$6 |4 cent, discount, e *nenc> being tbe standard. Thoy are the a ftedimu of exchange in our local and city r COMMRBCIAL. HOBDAY JCVKBIMO. June 3. 1867. movement to day has bean lees lib the telegraphio advices have flitstraging character. The offerings tlstojaeet ordinary requiremente, and most inelin.d to sell, bat as thsir viswe were *® Advsnoe of ths the limits of buyers. _ _ unwilling to operate unless on Saturday's rates, the business traits* b»tn, baioK r,,tnot«d to 1TO b»lM. "■W Psrticipatiag in ths business. P. ices *waewed firmness, and although a quotabls not realized, still a feslmg wa* im thawed ths advantage with the se'ler With ths above remarks ws quote "W would bavs been larger bed not been prevented trom operating by so find the quality they required. CWTUS STATEMENT. — "Wul K... 1.. -....J. 102.0M J2*^*y..................... 1608 "•hWtiy 734,OJU-737.11I 839,215 6 752.260-752J68 »hand ................ 86.947 ••rs exported to day, for Bordeaux. " FROM TKE WK8T.-Th* steamer •t Lome. Stiver Spray from Cm rum Cairo. Riel, mond and l^<ng have arrived since Saturday Market is very d ill and the principal ®ow*ued to Ufi bbl*. doable extra at •* ha U $U bbL Th* Imuibm* do — ewlobiian prioes or warrant oc . which ws are ooneequtuUy com S T bare waa a much b klW firm and fuller, wi . Tha saiae eaabreca 1 * the trade i 1JU p ton. POHK-Th* matke $24 25 r* Lbl. market quiet hut steady and firm. - -------- -. y. ft Tien LAUD i of 75 Xegs prime Hold" to-day » quoted a^t 13<gl3' a c.; kego MV* 1 * BACON —lain light supply and in good demand. Prices are ruling in favor of sellers. There wore sales to day of 1U ca«ks snoulders at 9 V 15 casks in store at &V-. and 15 casks on the landing at the same price. They are now he'd at 10c. Ribbed tides com mand h($U' 4 c ; clear sides 13* a e, ft hUtiAK AN1> MOLAbtoEb—Only 1U hhds. sugar lave been received from the coast since Saturday no molasses. There was some in iuiry to day for jobbing way, bat no sales were made, bold efusing to yield to the viewi sugar era rei____„ ...... stock of Cuba sugar nd molasses if Kio Then » (tube large '.'I .i A ui5' I at 95c. it* gal i small supply and demand ar 65@70c. P ft. VINEGAR—We quote cider at22'aC MALT-West ight. The dec or Western, an BU I TER-Is 927>.o for Wes'eru. K UN DRIES*— Eggs aro selling < STAR CANDLES—The but is very dud. The bee brands are re ft ft. tor 12 or., ltc. for 13 oe., and L WOOL-We note the sale of 4'UUft. free of burs at 2-c I 1 lb. V-'** quote 2H> washed: l0Q15c. for bum : I5«,20«.\ for 1. rivH 30024-\ for Texas, merino; merino. tid 21<0-2: ,. fc.—..... ,-tock is fair, but t- e demand is smaU Some 7t)0 barrels K ckland an<i Rockport have sold during the week at $2t<92101* bbl. HIDES—Are in good supply and fair demand for shipment W* . The market is hrtn at $11-,'4,18^. f* B-. for dry. and 10^Ui» a c. for green. (-1 N>Y BAGS—Are quoted nominally at 22.**® 23c. for heavy. „ ........ IM)IA BAt*GI'G—The stock is fair but there is little or no demand just now. Large lots are held at 25*-;®'26c.; retai 1 . 26*,®27c. T* /»rd. MAR' H — *V e note -ales .f 200 boxes l ox s West, ern a» 7 , -'c. F* tb. DR I kd A PPLES—There have been sales of 50 bbls. * t BEANS—^u^pty fair, demand moderate nt $13® $14 50 p Lbl for WeC- rn. and flt'il« for Northern. SALT-The supp y is light; the demand is mod erate Prices here have smfened. mtluencei by f" ' rpo $2 05 for fine: $2 for < We qui . $2 : •. Turks LI . A LL*»W — W e quote it at 10»<«llc. V ft. WllWKY-Oiry a reta.l bu .niess t doing at $1 25 >* ga Ion for Western rectified, aud $1 40®t 75 ^CO/^O.L—Is jobbing at 48 s.52c. in bbls.. and 56 ®70c nllit No. 3 at'$3 Yo^e* » bL ^No. 3 is scarce; some»J barrels ^Rlt E-Some *000 »ack« India sold n> - There is very litt e India in first hands; tha in second nand.s is held at 1( */>llc. laouisiana -eliM ut '. 4 , l>.c , Carolina 12'i.l-P:. ... . . .. TOBACCO We have beard of sn ea «t only .t hhds. to day although several buyers were 1 -oking ar ,uml Holders ret use to yield to heir views a* o prices. The market is very firm, and we continue to qu'-*e fair ieaf at 12c., and hue at 15c f* f 1 K UK KG III S—The market la quiet an 1 unc hanged • .... aro 1c. V for rotton t»y steam f .r New York and Boston, **c. for Philade for New Y'ork and Boston, Corn, 90o V bbl. for dour, $1 2i't* bbl f for erpool, l 4 d. for cotton; sail l v .1. for tobacco. |>or Havre, 1, R l v .1. t 1TTU1 MARKET. 1 liei Waste Texas B< •rday—101 sheep, and 40 T«ias cow* tas beeves. 108 hogs, 092 sheep, and 5 Arrived y-t with calves Sold—223 Te milch cows. Stock on sale—457 Texas aud 17 Western bw 1H0 calves and year ings. 256 hog*. 1988 sheep, 2d a cows, and 40 Texas cow* w ith valves. Western Beeves, choice^ V BujeL. OH.'2d quality, v. ft r .NtQuality, t* head 2d quality, r head attle, 3d quality f* head. lings V Stock lb Sheep, 1 - . Sheep, 2d quality. . - Sheep, ti quality, r* bead ...... choice r k**' bead ith CaJvi head YesJtine" ft lies Galvesf* head.. Goats, f* head 15 00<* .0 10 .- 8® -9', , . 7 .VK® 9 IJU .. 5 00 '4 6 50 . 2 50 4 3 50 . I 50 4 2 00 5U W 4 80 00 ..--*4-- .70 no *. 18 00 . h on 4 15 no .. I 50'® 4 0Q LUMBER MARKET. The market for Lumber isextromely irregular and most of the arrivals at the New Basin are disposed of in barter Kale*, -showing a wide range of prices. Dealers supply the demand for city consumption at the rates indicated by our figures below. At the these prices are, to some extent, nominal: same tu Merchantable Lumber Clear Lumber . Dressed flooring, mercbai Dressed flooring, clear. Ship timber......... Utlb V M Sn inglee, r* M A) CCM36 l - -(450 1 ----v4rt ( 3 t0'4 4 t WANTED. id Fori WASTED- GOOD % GENT I, TO SELL NEW edition, revised and anlarfei, of Wc.l* Man Hie Owe Lawyer embraces page* c pensable t «»*v«-ry man r price deverywhere, t>y ev*-r>body— ty engaze in the sale of a* _ ernun -ni uuaiuco.-. r.. n a certainty ot a , ri ith satisfaction to bmself and patrons. Send i< - *• •»—-•" Mitcheotk. uubli**lier. 1 jet lm Agen-i book. . . .aluable information 1 ry man and woman, aod is sold n .2 aud sent postpaid on rcceii will find the business very r Jewels. None bnt \V. Raymond, President TIT ANTED - WATCH JEWELERS - FIRST YV cii H setting ^ B yat muaffea t A h tlcnpany, (.'hicago, 111. je4 lm YirANTElk—IN THE UPPER PART OF THE W First or lower part ot the Fourth pistri' t, u HOUSE, furnished omufurnished. containing about ten rooms- A liberal 1 •* not extravagant rent will be paid by a good tenant. Ad ire** f. 11 , Repub lican office.__ I 1 im-AOCSTH wamti:d-»«o, *t» Jll. to $'jnu Per Month—Maes and be males-lo ___1 tho (July Genuine COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE manufactured. It will hem, stitch, fell, tuck, bind, braid, quilt, and unit $20. including Barnu hemraer. Fully wan CAUTION -B. •uler ueautifally. i's self sewer and s*. ited for five year*. m .„ v a Macliices, ueder thes For circulars and term*j addr«i my22 lm A GENTLEMAN DESIRES A d Room Homevniers between Canal. Julia, _____ d Rampartjstreets. i Jie ha* strong Hepub lioon'procli *- "* " * n "" •yyANTF.D lamp, 1 can pr with person tud would like to room : similar " *" ill lock t»o: timents. Address ,, through the Post -\VA!*TEO-ANYPKRS«N HAVIHO A GOOD W two--story Horn " a Yankee, can hei tin* office, J. M. G. P. my22 ___ SEVERAL good CANVASSERS can find gogd employ ment in soliciting subscriptions for the REPUBLI CAN. Wo went at least one in even? election pre cinct. Applicants must be sincere Republicans in principle and bring good re^rnim'mlmmK_j^ FOR RENT. an. For particular*, apply I I KON VON ZINKEN, 166 (iravier street, up ttairs. REWA RDS. OITOK mmlaiv-a retail license ,for fruits. e". on Saturday last. The finder will ba liberally rewarded by returning it to Wi'Uam B. Jtmaeell. lWSt. Joseph street._ 3t* 8 MEWAMB-L08T. IN THE NEIGH borhood ol the Dryadee Market, a small E GLUT 11 BAG. with strings attached for rcling tho waist, oonUining a Ifipmieeory Nota e by John Freidenstien in favor of L. rieaco. for anm of One Thousand ($1000) Dollars, live Ten Dollar Bills and one Twenty Dollar Bill, city notoe. and about four dollare in small change, several P ^iJSr <1 friu'retara thJ*'same to No. 39« Baronne Street, will receive the above reward, and the thanks of the loser, who can ill-afford to stand tha loss. CUUDBIKi ~ fit'ffDKIEfi. FOR BALK l-UJEAr. By P. Human, 06 Tthoupltoulue etreet. 30.000 pounds HOR8R and MULK SHOES. • 1 firkine Bv.Wer. •0 __ «>0 Breakfast HA« UN 900dozen t.'L'>TIIES LIS** 50 half bar. * I* No 1 MACKEREL W klu MACKEREL Bpooka Rio OOF EKE. ■ r ■ -TIIIRKY. BACOa TOBAOOO ber the pla.e-96 Tchoupitoulae street. Attention —The undersigned having been ap pointed to the offle"* of Register in Bankruptcy for the Second Congressional District of Louisiana, i« prepared to en er ui»on the dutias now pertaining to the office. Office in the Customhouse, near ths United States Distrist Court room. ■H3w _A. J. HAMILTON. POLITICAL. Third Watd 1C e public an Club—The follow ing resolutions, passed at the 1 i«t regular meeting of the Third Ward Republican Club of this city, are transmuted for publication by order of the club: Resolved, That in obedience to resolutions adopted at the last session of the Central Executive Commit tee, an election will take place at Clay Hall, Perdido street, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, June 5. from 7 to 10 o'clock, for seven delegates to represent the Third Ward in the Republican State Convention to be hell in New Orleans on the 10th instant. Resolved, That said election shall be by ballot, and no perton will be permitted to vote unless he is en rolled in the Third Ward Club or its sub-clubs, and presents his registration paper Resolved, That three commissioners be appointed by this meeting to superintend said election, to pre pare a ballot box, enforce the provisions of these resolutions, und to make a correct return of said elec tion to the President of the Third Ward Club, who shall trjnsmit the tame to the President of the Cen tral Executive Committee. Resolved, That thene resolutions be published in the New Oilcans Republican and Tribune. BIMON JONES. President. jt4 It OSCAR A RICE, .Secgetary. Pro ional State The J.oyal league—A Council of the League for Loui ized in the city of New Orleans, reed to establish subordinate council! throughout the State. Lojal men in the interior who dc- rc of the npreid of th a great organ nation to address t o Grand Becre ary Put Council for Louisiana, Lock 11 x 772, Nt •mstion liberty 1 State Third Ward Wide Awake Republican Club—At the meeting on Saturday, June 1, tho fol lowing officers were elected: R H. hteptoe, Presi dent: Joseph Greves, Vico President; Joseph Michon, Secretary; B. IKakins, Treasurer; Albert Allain, Grand Marshal; William S. Steptoe, Grand Director. NOTH E-This Club will ho) J meetings every Mon day and Saturday, at 7 P. M.. on Magnolia street, between Common and Cravier. je2 4-8 JOSEPH J. MICHON, Secretary. he Doetle Republican C lub meets every Tuesday and Saturday evening, at No. 74 St. Thomas ,t. JOHN L. BROWN, BANK STATEMENT. SECOND ANM AL MTATF.UE.Vr NATIONAL MARINE AND FIRE INSl RANt E C O M P A N Y . Amount of Premium year ending April : Marine........ Losses paid a* follow* On Fire Risks On River Risks. On Marine Risks Re insurance....... United States, Stat Return Premium Tweuty five per con Expend The Company has the following A -*< Due for Premiums in couree ol lection....................... Mortgage N otes.... Stock Notes ......... Office Furniturean»l Fixture- ... United State* 7 30 Notes. Bills Receivable Cash on hand.......... --194,992 32 ..... 2l,3c0 97 ** 6,307 70 .. 3.576 02 . .. 40,518 78 . 15,309 39 $2 '2.00 i 27 $ 22,734 53 20 500 00 . 375,000 Oo 7 397 74 2,50>) GO 690.55 .. 2* 997 12 The above'statement is r just, true, and corn rankeript from ti.e books of the Company. WM. WII.ANN President E. N. GaVUCHEAU, Secretary. New Orleans, May 1867. Sworn to nnd subscribed before me, at New 1 lean*, this 25th day of May, DC7. je4 S. MAGNER, Notary Public INSDRA.NCE, ATIOXAl. MARINE AND FIRE Iiitiurnnoc Company, OF NEW ORLEANS ir Camp and Common INSURES AGAINST FIRE, THE PERILS OF THE SEA, AND INLAND NAVIGATION. Spencer I ield, D C- McCan, G W. Porch, XV W. Ilowe. J. 1 . H. Grace. L. c. D'Homergue, A. S. Mansfield. * WM. WUANN. Preaident, LOCI* S jHNEIDKR, VicePre* deot, E. N. (■ ANUUUKAU, Secretary, This Company continues to allow a DISCOUNT PWMfn-.m-K PER CENT. CASH to its POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Postoffice, Nf.w Orleanb. La., ) November 0, 1866. i Until further orders tho MAILS at the New Or leans Postofflee will be closed as follow*: Mails for Mobile, Montgomery, Atlanta, Augusta, and Columbus, Ga , close daily at 3 r. M. Mails North, East and West close daily at,6:30 T. M., via New Orleans and Jackson Railroad. Brashear, via Opelousas Railroad, daily, except Sundays, at 6 o'clock a. m. Coast mails for all postoffioe*, as far np the river as Bayou Sara, closes Wednesday* at 3 o'clock r. M. and Sundays at 8 o'clock A. M. Vicksburg mails close at 3 o'clock P. M. every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, via the river. Mails for lower coast close at 9 o'clock A. M. every Wednesday and Saturday. Mails for Covington close at 11 o'clock A it. every Monday and Thursday. Mails tor Algiers close daily at 9 o'clock A. M. Mails for Galvsston. Indianola, Texas, close at 6 A. m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, via Opelou sas Railroad. Mails for Ouachita river close at 3 o'clock v. m., Wednesday and Saturday, via the river. Mails for Northeas era Texas and Red River close at 3 p. U. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, via Red River Landing. Mails for Brownsville. Texas, and Havana, will be forwarded by every vessel clearing for said ports. OmcB IIocm;-O pens at 8 o'clock a. u.; closes at 4 o'clock p. m. Merchants' and general delivery will be kept open until 7 o'clock P. M.. Hundays, office opens at 0o clock A. M.; close* at 12 o'clock U. R. W. TALIAFERRO. Port master. AUCTIONEERS. W M. L MOBIKfiOX — AUCTIONEER, OFFICE, NO. 30 BANK PLACE. Bolioita tho patronage of his friends and tha public, for outdoor sales cf Cotton, Hug ar, Produce generally, Furniture, etc., etc. oaj7 lm * H. A L. IHAIE. GUNNY-BAGS and GUNNY CLOTH. SEAMLESS GRAIN BAGS. MALT BACKS, eta lllSeaU Commercial st reel, Ml Leak aayfl 3m-eodAw ANTONIO, Texas, May IK, 1*87. S SEALED PROPOSALS, which must be made in duplicate, will be received at this office until TUES DAY the 25th of Jmm next ftt 12 o'clock noon, for the transport it ion of Military Supplies for one year from the first day of Ja y next on the following ROUTE No. 1—From Austin to Fort Belknap, Buiiaio Springs, and all Military Poets and ( amps as are or may be established in Texa*. south of Red River, and north of the latitude of Austin. ROUTE No. 3—From San Antonto to Camp Verde, Forts Ingo, Glark, Stockton, Davis, and Bliss, and all Military Posts and Camps as are or miy be established on the western and norihwest ern frontiers of Texas, south of latitude 32 degre north. Bidders will state the rate per one hundred rl pounds per one hundred < 100 1 miles at whj 0 they will transport said supplies, and must give their name* in full, with residence and Post-office address. Each hid must be accompanied by a bond in the sum o * Ten Thousand Dollars, signed by two or more persons, (whose responsibility muBt be certi fied to by a clerk of a court of record,! taat the bidder will, in case the contract is awarded to him, enter upon the fulfillment thereof, and furnish good and sufficient security that he will faithful! carry out the conditions therein set forth; and euc urety will state h s place of residence. Separate bids and bonds are required fo ea route. The amount of bonds that will be required of th contractor will be Fifty Thousand Dollar* 000; on each route. The person or persons to whom any uwai d is made, must be prepared to execute contra :ts and give the required bonds at once, and be in readiness for ser vice on the first day 1 f July next, as before men Satisfactory evidence of the 1 lyalty and solvency of each bidder, and persons offered as security, will be The bids will be opened on the day and hour be fore named, and bidders have the privilege of being present at the opening. No proposal will be entertained that docs not fully comply with the terms of this advertisement. Any contract made under t!:o advertisement w ill be subject to the approval of the Quartermaster General, and the right is reserved to reject any or all bids. • Forms of contract may be seen at the otficea of the Chief Quartermaster Fifth Milifkry District, at New Orleans, the Chief Quartermaster District of veston, the Post Quartermaster at Aus >tliis office. be plainly indorsed ' Proposals for Army Transportation, ' and addressed to the undersigned at this place. J. G. C. LEE. Bt. Lt. Col. Jfc A. Q. M. U. B. Army. my30t je 20 tin, and aJtl Proposals 1 Di roT of Army Clothino and Equipac.f, t New Orleans, La.. May 2 :*, 1m- 7. t BY H. M. VAN SOLING EN £ (X) . AUCTION cera—Office No. 28 Carnndelet street.—Will be sold at public auction, on SATURDAY. June 15, 1867. at 10 o'clock A. M-. at the Iron Warehouse on New Levee street between Julia and St. Joseph, under the direction of Captain W. <• Hodges, Military Storekeeper, United States army, a. quantity of CLOIIIINO. CAMP AND GARRISON EQUIP AGE. consisting.pf 26,385 Knapsacks: U 670 Haversacks: 21,961 Cap Covers. These articles uro entirely new, and in original cases, and present n good opportunity for dealer*. Terms—Cash Payments to be made in United States Treasury Notes prior to the delivery of the property. By order of Brevet Brigadier General C. G. Saw telle, Chief Q. M. Fifth Military District. W. G. HODGES, ■ ; sin ■ id M S. K., U. 8 A. PfiOPOlALS FOB SlIEI.lri OFF1C lu cha AK818TANT Ql AKlXRMAHTKB, .........."-1 Operations,. ' D18TH1CT, f iy 24, 1867. J It MlLITAUY NEW Uhlj ans, La., May SEALED PROPOSALS for 3000 barrels of LAKE SHELLS, to.be delivered at Monument Cemetery, on the Levee, near Chalmctte, are inv ted, and will be received at this office until twelve o'clock M , June 4, 1867. These shell* are to be subject to inspection, aud must be of good quality. Proposals to be addressed to Captain «'liarles Bar nard, A. Q M., U. S. Vols., and indorsed " Proposal for Shells.' The Government reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of Irevet Brigadier General V. <7. Saw telle, (.liief Quartermaster Fifth Military District. chas. Barnard, my25 tje5 Captain tind A. Q. M , U. S. Vols. lMlorOSAI.fi FOR St'BllSTEM'E. Offu e Chief C. S. Fifth Mii.itahy District, Now Orleans, La , May 20, 1867 SEALED PROPOSALS IN DUPLICATE ARE invited till the 6th day of June 1867, at 12 o clock M. forfurnshing tho Subsistence Department of the United Stated Army with the following Sub Stori 40.000 pound* of Good Hard Brown SOAP. 60.000 pounds of White Navy BEANS, put up barrels ; the price per pound mu i t be fetal 20,006 pounds of RICE cf the best quality, put 2,000 cans of PE ACHES, 2 pound cans : sample to be funrahed. . 000 rood new FLOUR SACKS,made »f the best material, samples to be furnia 1 cd. All of the above articles to be delivered at tt Anchor Pre-s, in 'his city, within twenty days oft< tho opening of the bids. No bids will be received from parties who h.v hitherto failed to comply with their engageun «ith any branch of the Government. B ds to be directed to the under-igned an i mark ed ' Proposal*." A. BECKWITH. my22td Brevet Ma .Gen. and <>. S. U. S. A. Depot QrABTXRMArrEH * Office, ) San Antonio, Texas, May l, I* 7. * SEALED PROPOSALS, which most be made in duplicate, will be received in this office until twelve o'clock, noon, on MONDAY, the tenth of June next for furnishing the Quarterma-ter's Department at San Antonio with TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY HORSES. Said Horses mu** be sound in all particulars, well broken, in full flesh aud good condition, from (15) fif teen to (16) sixteen hand* high, from (5) five to i9)nine years old, and well adapted in every way to Cavalry purpones. All hor-es offered will bo subjected to a rigid in spection, and only those that conform to the above specifications will be accepted. Bids will be received for not les* than twenty five horses, and must be accompanied by a guaranty of at least two persons, iwhose reapi nsibility must b certified to by a Clerk or a Court of Record), that th bidder is competent to carry out the contract, awarded to him, aDd that he will give ample bonds therefor. The horses must bo delivered within twenty day from the acceptance of the bid or bide. The Government reserves the right to reject any o all bids if deemed unbati*factory, and no bid will be entertained that does not conform to the terms of this advertisement. Proposals to bo plainly Indorsed " Proposals for Cavalry Horses," aod addressed to the undersigned at this place. J- Q. O. LEE, Brevet LieulA-Colonel and A. Q. M., U. 8. Army. mylltjeA PBOPO0ALN FOB KA IIOX8 A\I> FUEL FOR LIGHT-VESSELS, Etc. New Orleans, 1867. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 12 o'clock M. '>n MONDAY, the 10th day of June, l»C7, for furnishing and delivering rations and fuel for the lighthouse keepers and tight in the feighth and Ninth Li«hthnuse Districts, and for any other light vessel and lighthouse tender that may be called for, for one year from the 1st day of July, 1867, to the 30:h Jan* 1 . 1»*, inclusive. The ra tio be of good and® proved quality; to be deliv ered alongside of the lighthou*e tender or other see a»l provided for the purpose, at New Orleans, La., and to be stated in the bid accordingly, in good and anffictent packages, barrels, boxes, and oases, and m good order, for thj light-vessel, once a quarter, tree of all expense to the United hiates, agreeably to specifications, which will form a pm of the oontract. copies of wolcho&y be had by applying at this office. All bids must be seeled, and indorsed ''Proposal* for Rations and Fuel for Light ve-eels," and then placad in another envelope aud leit at or directed to this office, prepaid if sent by mail. The bids for fuel and for rottoea will be considered separate from each other. By order of the Lighthouse Board. WM. P. KELLOGG. i»i7tje4 .Superintendent of Lights. ; U. s. Ixtkrval Revenue, t First District of Louisiana. ) The Annual Income List for the year 18C6, made in compliance w th "An Act to provide Internal Revenue to support the Government, to pay interest on the public debt, and f r other purposes,"approved June 30, 1884, a* amended by subsequent acts, hnv ing l>cen returned by the Assistant Assessors of the First District of Louisiana to the undersigned, As se*sor of said District, Notice is hereby given that tin -aid Annual In come List will remain open to the examination of the public, and for appeal, for the period of ten days from this date, from the hours of 9 A. M. to 3 P.M., at my office in the Un.ted States Customhouse, room No. 4. And immediately after the expiration of said ten days, on the 15th and 16th of June, 1867, I will re caive ar<d determine all appeals relative to erroneous or excessive valuations made and taken by the As sistant Assessor*. All appeals to ths Assessors, as aforesaid, must be made in writing, and specify the particular cause, matter, or thing respecting which a decision is re quested, and state the ground of error com plained of. c Tne First-District of Ixiui-iana is comprised with in the parishes of Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Plaquemines, St. Charles, St. James,'St. John the Baptist, Ascension. Terrebonne, Lafourche, Liv ingston. St Helena, Washington, and St. Tammany. jr4 10b JAMES READY, Asses:or. HFADQ'PS. DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA,. NEW OH leans, La., May 33, 18b7. » Toe lollowing communication h&viog been re ceived from Headquarters Fifth Military District: ''HEADyVAim'.Rs Fifth Military District, . New Orleans, l a.. May 29, let)7. J "Brevet Major General J. A. Mower, commanding D strict of Louisiana. New Orleans, La, 'General— 1 have learned from a reliable source that yellow feve r is prevailing in the harbor of Ha vana, island of Cuba, an 1 call your attention to this fact, so that you may put the troops of your command in the best Bani ary ccndition, as the epi demc may reach here a» any time, owing to neglect of the proper authorities to establish quarantine gulatit I am, ral, espectfully, yo obedie; "Mnjoi ; olHci posts and detached command* at once adopt such sanitary measures a* may be calculated to prevent or mitigate the spread or ravage of infectious dis ease*, by employing ai- the mean* in their power to enforce the highest hygien e standard.possible in their command*. It is important, in order to secure beneficial re sult*, that commanders give clo»e personal super vision to the cleanliness of their commands in every detail. The whole value of all known preventive measures against it.feciious or pestilential disea-es consists in the perfection with which the noxious gases, emanating from decomposing organic matter, are neutraliited or destroyed, or prevented from spread ing; consequently, every place or thing liable to give out a poisonous taint to the atmosphere should be imI up, removed, or disinfected, The i the health should a so receive unr tho food should b» wholesom cooked: person*1 cleaoliouss varied, and well nforced; proper se taken ; amusements and cheerful employment encouraged; excesar*, overtask, and loss of sleep avoided as much as possible. The first symptoms C disease, especially of the bowels, should be carefully investigated as to cause and nature, and remedies applied at once. Commanding officers will, by timely requisitions keep constantly on hand disinfectants adequate tosn emergency; and if other disinfectants for general use at the post cannot be procured by the Quarter masters Department, requisitions will be mado on the Medical Department. commander* will keep these Headquarters in formed fts to the sanitary condition of their com mands, by tri-monthly reports: and should a case of cholera or yellow fever appear, the fact will be re ported without delay. order of Brevet Major General J. A. Mower. J. LEWIS SPALDING. First Lieut. 1st Inf., A. D L\, and A A. A. G. Official:_ i-l U. S. MAESHAL'S MONITIONS Imunuel II ari l* et »U. v*. Sc*h««»»er John G. Whipple, Tackle, Apparel. &c IN THE UNITE D STATES DISTRICT COURT, for the Dbtrict of Louisiana. No. 8783 —In obedience o an admiralty warrant, to mo directed in febove entitled suit, I have seized and taken my possession— The Schooner JOHN G. WHIPPLE, her Tackle, Apparel, and Furniture, etc., now libeled by Eman uel Harris, et ab., for the causes set forth in the libel now pending in the District Court of the United States , . , And I do hereby cite and adtnon.-h the owner or owners thereof, and each and every per-on or per sons having or pietending to have any right, title, tr interest in or to tho same, to be aud appear at the District Court of the United State*, for the District aforesaid, to be holden at the city of New Orleans, on or before the THIRD MONDAY from the date hereof, to show cause, if any they have or cau, why the said schooner John CL Whipple, her Tackle, Ap pare 1 , etc., s' ould not be condemned, and be sold agreeably to the prayer of libelants. United State* Marshal s Office. New Orleans, twenty first d*y of May. 1867. V. J. HERRON, U. S. Mar -ha . No. 4—my22 28je4 8 No. . 4—my22 28je4 8 Wltlln 11 t»rl n, lleury Niumifl*. unil the Steamboat Starlight, tier Tackle, Apparel, etc. IN THE UNITED STAY I'S DISTRICT COURT, r the District of Louisiana, No. 8789.—In obedience 1 an admiralty warrant, to m» directed in the above it itlcd suit, 1 have t-eizfd and taken into ray pos sum the Steamboat STARLIGHT, her Tack 0, Apparel, etc., now libeled by William Aubrin, Henry Samuels, and others, for the causes set forth in the libel now pending in the District Court ot the Umtefi 11 d I do hereby cite « lers thereof, and all. having nr pretending to erest ir. or to the same, nd admonish theowner or ind every person or persons have any tight, tale, or in to be and appear at the Dis Court of the United State.*, for the D.striet aforesaid, to be holden at the city of New Orleans, r before the THIRD MONDAY from tne date hereof, to show cause, if any they have or can, why the said steamboat Starlight, her Tackle, Apparel, etc., should not be condemned and sold agreeab'v tojhe prayer of libelant-* United States Marshal's Cfl:e, New Oilcans twenty first day of Slay, 1867. F. J. HERRON, U. S. Marshal. No. 30—m>22 28 jel 8 Mt-pham, et. «l* , ________ *. ateamer ton tinenTal, Tackle. Apparel, etc., etc. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, for the District of Louisiana, No. 8796. — In obedience to an admiralty warrant, to me directed in the above entitled suit, I have *eized and taken into ray posses sion the steamer Continental, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, etc., etc., now libeled by M S Mepham, et. al*.. for the cause* set forth in tho ibel now pending in tho District Court of tbe United States. And I do hereby cite and admonish the owner or owners thereof, and all and every person or persons having or pretending to have any right, title, or in tereat in or to the same, to be and appear at the Dis trict Court of the United States, for the Dietrict aforesaid, to be holden at the city of New Orleans, on or before the THIRD MONDAY from tbe date hereof, tu show causes, if any they have or can,why the said steamer CONTINENTAL, her tackle, apparel, etc., etc. should not bo condemned and be sold agree ably to the prayer of libelant*. United States Martha)'* office, New Orleans, twenty e ghth day of May. 1867. F. J. HERRON, U- 8. Marshal. No. 40—mj29 je4 11 15 Tailed mates vi. Fifteen Barrels ef Whisky. IN THE UNITED STATE* DISTRICT COURT, for the District of Louisiana, No. 87*i-ln obedience to an admiralty warrant, to me directed in tbe above entitled suit, I have seized in tbe haads ef James B fcreedman, collector of internal revenue— Fifteen barrels of WHlsKY, now libeled by the United Elates of America, for the causes set forth in the libel now pending in tbe District Court of the United States And I do hereby cite and admonish iu* owner or owners thereof, and all anJ every person or persons having or pretending to have any right, title, or in terest in or to tbe same, to be and appear at tho Dis trict Court of the United Statea, foe the District aforesaid, te be holden at the city of New Orleans, on or before the THIRD MONDAY from the date here of, to show cause, if any they bate or can, whj ths said fifteen barrels of whisky should not be condemn ed. and be sold, agreeably to the prayer ol libelant. United Statea Marshal's Office, New Orleans, third day ol Jane. 1MT. F J. HERRON, U 8 Marshal. No. M—,e4 II IT 22 lied Mn.tr • Eight Barrels of Wkliky. IN TI1L UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, for the theDistrict of Louihiana, No. 8703-By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas 10 me directed in the above entitled suit. I will proceed highest bidder on SATURDAY, thi June, 1867, at twelve (12j o'clock, M., at to Customhouse building,on O d Levc< 8 barrel* of WHISKY, more or levs. Terms cash «t time of adjudication, :n Unit btvtes treasury notes. Un.ted states Marshal's office. New Orleans, thi day of June, 1867. F. J. HERRON, U. 8. Marshal, No. 51—je 4 8 12 15 I. nlted Mute* v». Twelve Barrel* of K 11m. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, for the District of Louisiana, No. 8707.—By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directe J in the above entitled suit, I will proceed to sell to the high est bidder on SATURD AY, the 15th day of June, 1867, at twelve (12 o'clock M., at the entrance to the Customhouse building, on Old Levee street 12 Barrels of RUM, more or les*-. Terms cash, at time of adjudication, in Un.ted jury i fc office, New Orleans, third United State* Marsha" day of Jane, 1867. F. J. HERRON, U. 8. Marshal. No, 52-je4 6 12 15 I 'tilled Mate* u 111 ttu *k* and three IN THE UNI TED ST ATES DISI RICT COURT, for the District of Louieiana, No. 8715.—By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed m the above ent tied suit, I will proceed to sell to the high est bid er on SATURDAY, the 15th day of June, 1867, at twelve ,12 i o'clock M., at ent-ancc to Cua tomhouie building, on Old Levee street — 9 casks and 3 barrels cf RUM, all more or iess. Term- cash at time < itates Treasury Notes. U ced States Marsha! United No. 53 I 8 12 15 F. J. HERRON, U.! 1 atteclfftnte* v* Fourteen Barrel* \Yhl* ky and four Barn h High Wines IN TI1E UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, for the District of Louisiana, No..8717.—By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed in the above en - tied suit,l will proceed to sell to tlie higheet bidder on SATURDAY, the 15tli dry of June, 1807, at twelve (12> o'clock M., st entrance to Custom house building, on Old Levee street, fourteen barrel* WHISKY and four barrel* HIGH WINES, all more or less. Terms cash at time of adjudication, in Ur..ted State* Treasury Notes. United State* Marsh? I'.: office. New Orleans, third day of June, 136-7. F. J. 1IERRON, U. S. Marshal. No 54— e 4 8 12 15 L nlted Ntate* vs. Seven Barrel* « IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT 'orthe DiJrict of Louisiana, No. u 710-By rit of 5 the rill pr highe-t bidder on SATURDAY the eighth day of ? 1867. at twelve (12; o'clock M , at entrance t omhou*s building, cn Old Levee street, seve els of Rum, more or less, rm* cash at time of adjudication, in Unite States Treasury Notes. nited State* Marshals Offi \ New Orlean; third day of June. I F. J. HERRON, U. S. Marshal. No. 55—je4 6 8 'nited State* vi Niue Barrel* of Rum IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT r the Distriot- of Louisiana, No. 8712—By virtue a writ of vendi ioni exponas to me directed in the »ove entitled suit, I will proaeed to sell to the high t bidder, on SATURDAY, the 8th day of June, 67 at twelve'12 o'clock M.. at entrance t a Custom house building, on Old Levee street— Nino Barrels of RUM. more or less. Terms cash at time of adjudication, iu United States Treasury notes. United States Marshal * office, New Orleans, third day of June F. J. bERRON, U. S. Marshal. No. 56— je4 C 8 Luke Norwood et nls , Freedmen, vs. T. I Bird, A. 8. Norwood, and L. W. Jones. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the District of Louisiana. No. 8666. —By virtue of a writ of an order of Court to mo directed in the abovo entitled8n : t. I will proceed to sell to the h ; gh est bidder on FRIDAY, th«21at day of J 1 ne, 1867, at twelve (12) o'clock M. at enrranco to Customhouse building, on Old Levee street 30 bale* of Cotton, marked H. in a diamond F 3 bales of Cotton, marked F. B. in a diamond. 2 bales of Cot*on, marked II 111 a diamond S. 8 bales of Cotton, marked 11. .11 a diamond l 31 bales of Cotton, marked J. M. P. Samples of this Cotton can >>e seen at this office I three days before sa judit United s Treasury Notes. 1. J. HER It ON. U S. Marsha SEWING MACHINES. rpHE HOWE MACHINE COMPANY'S SEWING MACHINES, 699 Broadway, New Yark. FOR FAMILIES AND MANUFACTUREKS. 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