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Advertising Agent*, Philadelphia,
lJouKTT, Albany, N. Y.
'illjamb. St Louis.
-bin, Cincinnati.
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He Vermillion—Rudolph Curtis,
na KnpidCB— A. F. Wild.
Morehouse. W. A. Moulton,
ftftuae— Louis 1 rancois.
t FellciMa, US.,. W. Thine.
Post-office, St. James—N. S. Landry
h nt r . p st. Charles— Mr. E. Emerson.
Soifille-vr. O. Wi.ktnaon
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rille Union—E. H. Hosn
Chas. II. Merritt.
St. Mary—A. S. Hall.
VA ashington—Jos..Chelett.
laibome—W. J. Blackburn.
. jVrrebonn*—A. A. Stone.
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•*1 f'jty, Carrollton, and Greenville—Charles
ite'sidence. corner of Line and Upper
Jefferson City.
Th„ Plaouemine—Julius Lovell,
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TL» Orlrnnt Republican
. &ale in New Orleans by the following dealers;
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Old Levee street, opposite the Post
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! *gvViK. bookstore, Pontchartrain Railroad
t, Third Dis
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and subscribers forwarding mom-. 1
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aetary and Commercial.
MONETARY.
|'E Oh NEW ORLEANS REPUBLICAN, i
Thuksimv fcVKMMi. June 6. 1867. <
n'y and dul neea have been the prevailing
in the general market to-day There was a
a demand for sugar and molas'en* retail
Uy, and the movement in western produce
a limited e.\tent, attended with increased
in inoet of its leading departments: while
os m cotton, owing to unfavorable accounts
w York and Liverpool, exhibited very little
», the sales at the close summing up L&re'y
,v. decling prices, the market closing with
icy evidently downward
are few opc>atione to report in the co n
the movement in which has been of a trilling
throughout. Gold opened inis morning
lAjdat 136. against 136',, at New York, and with
tiling any material alteration closed quiet at
. The cash offerings were light, the sales in
the following sums: $5(00 at 136**, $JU<0,
UM. and $4000 at 136. $150) at 136 4 . and $18.
Be same. Silver waa inactive, only one
etton being reported, vie: $750 in American
ia The counter rates for Mexican dollars
toeuw
ture ao variation of moment to report in
txchinge. operations in which were attended
ttle animation at anytime from the opening
kwe. The supplyand demand were restricted,
nee the negotiations were inconsiderab'e,
»ngthe following bills to banka and bankers;
it sterling at 147)*, £2 00 and £2600 A1 at 146.
148.V £2M0 at the same, £300 banker a at 160,
B ditto at 110!i for gold In francs we notice
Ott* A1 commercial at 3 B6. 26,006 at 161»«,
inker • at 3.77)*. end 60,000 bank at 3.76. 8ter
1 be nominally quoted at 1460146);. for bill of
bi'to. 1470148), for A1 to firat-Uas*. and 15O),0
bank, and franca at 3 8303.82 ), for A 1 com
3-77),03.7S for bank.
•tie exchange continued quiet, bnt firm,
tnka checked on New York at % ?» cent, pre
M *hich they met with only a moderate
Be. The supply of commercial was limited
kies light, being restricted to the following:
'•ad MO.floo New York sight at )* V cent, pre
ttfOOatt-16; tlO.OTO $90,000, and $60,000 at
day* at : $40.U)o thirty days' at \ 'ft
l*wwnt, and $15.0 0 do. at 11 16. The cloaiog
commercial sight were l «0.S V cent, pre
were quiet, only two aalee being reported*
shares (.as company at $166 and 30 Crescent
ukaltS
i no animation whatever observe.
■ city bond*. The consolidated are
quoted at 89010. and the railroad
** H08O, according to the ooupons. Lou
are quoted at 6*460; Jackson railroad
***•*€« bonds at 73076; Jackson railroad
imaea at 70<475c ; and Opelousas railroad
•rtOge bonda, with sight matured coupons,
»w«re no sales of nncurrent money reported
of Louisiana notes are quoted at 41043c
tf- tnd State treaanry notes at 83,'i084>,c , ti e
®*ure» being the rates paid by dealers (or
kd suing offered at fheir counters. City
£ JJMs cale at 43i06S ¥ eent. discount
fwueral meuium of exchange in oui
city trade.
COMMERCIAL.
Thukhhay Kvsnino, June 6. 1867.
■The market opened this morning with
*4 inquiry, and a meagre prospect ot business
k tke day the regular telagrapbiu advices came
an unfavorable reaction at New
r ..J, the immediate effect of which
operations to a stand still, as the major
***>»refused to go dh nnleae at a material
•bile factors, on the other hand,
to make prop >rtionate concessions
— -nwilling to yield to the extent
by the former. Under these circum.
'jVjjk wwre unu-ually bght, amounting to
eight brokers participating in the
Trtoee indicated a reactionary feeling, an
'*•*66 of >^c. V B. being submitted to ia
order to effect seise. The market,
. ' completely unsettled that we are
our usial »cale of quotations. The
. ®*Mueles to the placing of exchange oper
1 •••hadvantage of the me vement.
00TTOM STATBMBMT.
Sept. 1st, 1868-bales 103.063
Md Umotnneti. Is II
cotton to day.
-- .. MBT —Tbs st
Cincinnati, is the only arrival since
1,^*1 .Market eoatinne* very dull. There
^JMdforchoioe tin, baa little rr none
din and priee* are very Irregn ar.
fpmd, and there
mtry. I be stock
good aee rtment
the landing is
k. .V"" «oa prices are
Kih** 4 '*!.* f * 1
fttai w wupwHIos oi
iMratn wwpwrflne on tl
i in—U 4 od and trragnmr
nnd
sal-* to day w
"no at $R.
80 and M0 do.
W bin*; to-dny,
$llT^«a$wbi8n
. ci'-ar Blues f it*
bUGAR AND MOLAbbES—A few hhds. cho
old process sold at retail at 13 l *<5.14c. lb.. *lnd 150
hhds. choice Porto Rico, a ao at retail, at EBt0l3c.
ft Ci. '1 he dealtrs sell a hogshead oooasionally at i he
be-t price they can reMh/.e 'I he stock of Cuba sugar
............ $2 for coarse; from store. $2 20 foi
flue: $2 100215 ft sack for coarse. Turks Island n
selling at 9"C. ^ bushe 1 .
LARD—The market is quiet but steady and firm.
We have not any importtnt sales to report but
prime in tierces at 13013^c.. lejr* 14^4014**0*
_____ er gri
_pp)y and demand. W e quote choice Northern
at 36045c V* lb
< 'OKI' EE—The s
17- 4 0lH' 4 c. V lb d for fair
, is selling i
*011'
hands at 10?»c.
Carolina, 120I2\
C'UKN M KA L—Is telling at $4 75», $5 75 ^ bbl for
kiln dri*-d as in quality, condition, and packing.
POULTRY—There have not been any arrivals tor
several dais. They are rcarce a d in request.
ESCULENTS—None have arrived during the past
f< NAY^AL STORES—A lot of 75 barre n spirits tur
pent'.oe sold at 5l*ic. v 4 gcllon cash: No. 1 rosin s
selling at f5 t* obi.; No 2 at $4; No. 3a $3 fO p t*bL ;
No. 3 is scarce
bbl.
.________in demand,
neglected. Supplies are
......... freely. It is selline at 28034c. for
ihed : 10015c for burry; 16020c. for
WOOL—The letter descript;
but the prune qualit
coming ~ *
______ _____ i fair supply and in limited de
mand at $13014 ft bbl.
BEANS—Are in fair supply and in 'muted demand,
at $14 6H015 for Wes'ern, and $15016 V barrel for
' DRIED APPLES—Are selling at 10c. ^ lb.
HIDES— Are in 1 ght supply but iess in demand,
and prices are unsettled. We quote dry country at
14 1 ,<**.lfec.; green. 10®10^*c. lb,
Y*lNh4iAR~We quo'
at 22^c. 9. gallon.
STAR CANDLES^-The market is well supplied,
but is very dull. The bes brands are retailing at 15c.
Y lb. lor 12 0 7. . 1H:. for 13
GUNNY BAGS
23c. for heavy. ...
INDIA BAGGING—Tbe stock is fair, but there is
little or no demand ioM now I arge lots are held at
25*.026c.: reUil. 26^0270. p yard
TALLoW-We quo'eitat IO^0llc. P It.
COAL OIL—Is jobbing at 48052c. in bbls., and St>
«70c. in cans. . ..
TOBACCO—The inquiry continues active, but fac
tors refuse to y eld in their views. There were sales
to day, however, of 48 hhds , of which 20 at —, 3 at —,
6 lugs a» 4* a «'.. 10 hhds at 8c. and f>0lO*,c
p It. Th<- market is very firm, and we now
quote Light, choice selections, at 1601-c.,
heavv good lugs 5<d5 l »c , choice selections,
at 18020c., fair leaf at 12c.. and fine at 16c. p lb.
kltblGH lS-The market is quiet an 1 unchanged.
The rates ars lc. P 0* for totton by steam
for N*w York and Boston. '*c. for Phdade'phit
.Steam f »r New York and l»o-t -n. 40c. p sack for
corn.0)c "p bbl. for tlour, $i 25H bbl for pork S'eam
Liverpool. * 4 d. tor cotton: sail. M , and $100
hiul. for tobacco, ber Havre, 1'q.c.
CATTLE MARKET.
^rr*ved yesterday ^
^*8oUl—rii Texas beeves. 48 calves and yearlings, 19
hogs. 213she*p and * milch cow«
St oca on 723 Texas and 5 Western beeves,
7.6 calves and year iug», 191 hogs, 2018 sheep, and 17
milch cow
W*e»tern Beeves. eh*lw.$ lb net..........0 — —
Western Beeves, 2d quality, f 4 lb net--0 — *»
Texas Beeves.lsi quality, V head 60 000 75 «>
Texas Beeves. 2d qualit). p head 30 U0"« 45 1)0
Texas Cattle, 3d quality p head 15 00ft; 20 iO
Hogs p B> gr*»s ..............— t0 -9S,
Stock Hogs p lb gross.............. 7 500 9 O)
Sheep. 1st quality, p bead ........ 6 000 6 60
Sheep 2d quality, P ea«l 2 MV® 3 8U
Sheep. 3d quality p head 1 50<4 2 U0
Milch Cows, choice P head ..... 80 0 01(41 00
Milch Cows, P head 50 <AM 80 •«
Texas Cows with t alves, p head ---0 20 U)
Yearlings, p bead...... .....10 00f4 1H 00
('alves V head ....................O®0 1* 00
Goats, p tend 1 * 00
Marin e Intell igence.
Tu fick of thk DAILY REPUBLICAN, j
Friday Morning, Jun* *, 18b7.
Cleared Yerterday.
Steamship 1 C ll«™, Loekwiaid, lor
Ita! bark Guilla, Luna, for Bordeaux—
.1 M Ashbridge A Decan
Pr sc hr Helena. Agnew, for Cardenas- Jos Kelley
Scbr Ikiame. Luna, for Bra/.o« St lago— Master
br tchr Gertrude. Smith, for Pensacola— E R Poole
Arrived Yeiterdai.
8TI AM BOAT4.
Y.cksburg, Tobin, from Ouachita City.
National, Sinnott from Shreveport.
Nina Simtn*. Troxler. from Bayou Sara.
An.axon. Vinton, from Cincinnati.
Vigo. Norton, from Wetumpka—New Basin.
Sarah, Stone, from Mobile—New Baton.
Exteru.
GALVESTON AND INDI4NOLA—Stoamahip
I C Harris—2 nhds tobacco 280 bbls flour 3t0 *ks corn
S) bbls pork 283 bales hay and sundries
BRAZOS HI I AGO—bchr Mattie--20 bbla Hour
bbis lard 10 kego lard and sundries
MOBILE—Steamer Lomse 306'sks corn
BORDKAUX-Bark Gudla-37.0W staves
WFTl'MPKA—Riear.^TVigo-24 bales cotton to
Jurey J: Uarriu—-3 do McK ThS-M-4 II W FarWy
1 Ware A Bro--10 bales paper stock Scott A Bro-1
tes hams ( obb, Dolhonde Aoo-2 rolls leather 2 sacks
feathers Jurey A Herns—1 bell Shannon, Lewie dco
■undnee to order-Total. 31 bales cotton___
MOB ILK—Steamer Sarah--216 bales ootton to
Hewitt Norton Aco-10 bbls turpentine to Hoireil,
Gayle jlco-30 bbls tar Page, Bradford Aco—aundrtea
to order ^
MecelBta of F rod wee
CINCINNATI—Steamer Amaton-40 bbii whisky
20 hf-bbls pork 22 U* hams21 pkg* butter illi do rake*
J I Adama Aoo—2 pegs coatings J S Ailaej s A son
2 bxa barns S Anderson—4 hhds bacon^ 100^M»U pork
Allen, Wayne Ac*
.. ---- JO keg. butter F A eet A t 'hkn.
10 bxs bacon 7 do toogues 10 hf-bble beer to H
Biease Aco-10 hhds bacon O Bercier Aoo-l pump to
T*B Bodley Aoo—l bbl oil A Bntion-1 ba mdse J M
Brunswick- 2 burial cases T W Bothick——6 bbL of
bungs .1 A Blaffer -4Wl ske corn B M Barton Aco-40
do G W Byr* e Aco——10 hhds bacon 100 bxs candles
Jaa Connoiy Aco-96b aka corn Chenoweth, Casey A
co-25 pkgs hardware Uorroli. Hoy Aco^-68 bbla Hour
G G Campbell Aco-2 bxs mdse W L Ovwhmg—11 do
Campbell A Htrong-10 bbls whisky Collie A Winkle
man—1 iren »afe E Conery Aco—*5 tes hams to fc K
Convene—32 *k* corn P S DuSouchet Aco—285 sheets
irou D A J D Edward*-U» pkgi butter P Dwyer—43
do 20 bxs bacon 5 nhds bacon'A» bbls nork 8 *
175 kegs lard UH bbls apples 40 bxa che
_ __ 50 dozen
brooms K Del Bo»dio^—17 sks oaU #75 sks corn to
Fairchild A Bingham-12 bbls whisky Fatjo A Bra
naso—25 kegs lasd Forchimer Bros—IB sks corn 1 bbl
do 1 bbl flour I bf-bbi molasses 1 bbl bacon 1 bx mdse
► atjo, Marks Aoo-80 bxs baoon 26 tea lard Gneff A
Byr nee—2 toe hams I bbl do 10 kegs butter AD Gneff
12 hhds tobacco L Gum her A»o—24 do JnoK M in «—
4 do 21 bbls whisky 5i 0 ska corn Howard, Prestons A
Bariett—1 bbls beat 10 tea hams C A Whitney Aoo—
9 toe lard 26 kegs lard J T Hardie Aoo—10 bdls cotton
ties Hogan A Patton-73 pkga butter Keep Ai Coal
field-1 corn mi l 33 pkgs machinery Knight Aoo—3
pkgs mdse Knower A Walden- 04 do grate* eto_5
bie marble Kurtheedl A Bienvenu-50 bbls oil 100
bdls heir Kearney, Bioie Aco-2Ul bbl* pork 100keg*
lard SMI bxs candle* 8 H Kennedy Aco-7 kegs butter
8 bole eggs J Lechner-12 rolls leather Lean Pit rre A
eo—1 bbl* eggs Miller A Meyer-60 bb'a vinegar 145
bxs cheese Meter Ian. Straight Aco—472 ska corn to
McGregor Bros —i bxs mdse Mitchell, Cieig Aoo—156
bxa starch 20 bbl* apples J I* Moore—26 bbls vinegar
160 bxs starch J W Nome Aoo-7 bbla eggs 3 half bbis
J Sanford Aoo—12 to* hems 12
Stauffer i
co—235 bxs glass hma.---- - — ~~~ ------- T —
J M Schwartz—21 oks bacon Shannon. Lewis Aoo—lot
machinery BO Stewart Aco--20 bbls 10 half-bbls of
water J by me—3 bis books Stevens A Seymour—4 bx*
tools Slocomb, Baldwin Aoo—21 tee hams 60 bbls pork
71 kega lard 6 hhds bacon 16 bxa bacon Voe* Bro*-1
bx sundries to Walker. Fisher Aoo-3 oks bacon 533
sks com West A Neuieton--98 pkgs hollow «ar* II
stoves H Ware A Son—6 tea ham* Allen. Wayre Aco
28 bbla oil H A Wboetock-61 bdls swingle trees to
Withers 11 Aco—6 bbl* pea nnU U A Whitney Aco— 24
keg* butter T F Walker-HI bb'a buna* to order—4
•kgs farn'tnre D Biachoff—74 do G A Whitney Aco—
fc do J B Huhbard—5 do Geo D Hite-20 do J Kub
ner—79 do Montgomery Bros—lft do CO Sampson—6
Allen, Wayne Aco—46 do U Uthaff—SB do J Vetter—
sundries to order-Total. 40 hhds tobacco
SHREVEPORT—Steamer Natioaal-43 bales cot
ton ▲ H«if*y-34 Wright. Allen Aeo-16 W B Tu'lie
30 J ne t helps Aoo—26 Adame A Oockburn 22 do to
J T Hardie Aoo-12 J W Burl,ridge Aco-11 B Tol*
dano—• Lacey, Terry Aco—6 M Ware A Son—8 do to
Lockett-4 O W West-2 UHs
n A Richards I (.'
A 1 .ahorde—2 do J D Blair Aeo—1 haleekius
______W MeMa*4«r--213 bides Perkins Woo—eun
drio* to order—Total, 2M bales cotton
BAYOU SARA—Steamer Nina Simms-libelee
ootton ▲ B < 'bar pan Mar—6 do Jurey A Home—4 do
Byrne, Venom Aeo—1L O Michael—3 K Newman Aco
1 J D Blair Aco—941 head cattle and sundries to or
* Total. ' 4 2 b«le* ootton
Notice.—The drayman that took a trunk con
taining female wearing apparel from the steamer
General Quitman, marked ' Lizzie Langman," will
deliver the some immediately to 569 Dryades
street, or he will meet with the etrength of the law,
'.he number of his dray being known, and personally
io»n by the poster of the General Quituian. je62t*
Attention —The undersigned^haviog been ap
pointed to the <?ifico of Regmter in Bankruptcy
for the Second Congressional District of Louisiana,
prepared to en'er upon the duties now pertaining
the office. Office in the Customhouse, near the
United States District Court room.
j®4 2w A. J. HAMILTON.
POLITICAL NOTICES.
The Loyal Leugiae -A Provisional State
Council of the League for Louisiana has been organ
in the city of New Orleans, and will at once pro
ceed to establish subordinate councils throughout
the State.
Loyal men in the interior who detdre information
(the spread of this great organ 1 zation are at liberty
• address the Grand Secretary Provisional State
Council for Louisiana, Lock Box 772, New Ore&ne.
j* 4
The Iloetle Republican Club meets every
Tuesday and Saturday evening, at No. 74 St Thomas
street. .JOHN L. BROWN,
W. AETHCB J. M. STONE
^KTHl'R, STOV E A co.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
L'EaLXRS in
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
—AND—
WESTERN I'flODl'CE,
Corner of Gravi
r.d Tchoupitoulas streets,
NEW ORLEANS.
je6
O WING TO THE CONSTANTLY In
creasing demand' arising from iny official duties
as United Btates Marshal for the District of Louis
iana, I have conclude ! to withdraw from the Cotton
Factorage and Commission business, and will be suc
ceeded by Sir. H. M. ISAACSON, who will continue
the hu-oneBB on his own account. T commend him to
the public and my former customei
New Orleans, May 28. 1867.
mssion buaines-, for hi
■rleans. May 28, 1887.
F. J. HERRON.
H. M. ISAACSON.
STEAMBOATS.
Leaves every alte
i TUESDAY at 5 P. M.
FOR i AIRO, MEM PHIS,VICKS
f burg, Natchez, Grand Gulf, Rodney,
1 Su Joseph, Waterproof, For*.
B *■*"» - Bayou Sara. Baton Rouge,
laonville—The new magnificent passen
Kohert E. E**e,
WriAJAM B. K:<:hari>son, Master.
Leaves every alternate TUESDAY at 5 P. M.
CAIRO, MEMPHIS, GREENVILLE, VICKS
BURG. NATCHEZ, AND NEW ORLEANS REG
ULAR TUESDAY U. S. MAIL PACKET.
Generul John A Quitman.
J. M. White, Master,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FOR
' ~ lie, Gi
allaha
l* Vicksburg
Deei
id Sunflower riv«
itfi the privilege
uiN*e** on the above steamers apply _______ „
GEORGE D HITE A CO..
No. 7 Tchoupitoulas street.
A BRITTON ACO.. No 7iFront street.
CKLI.OS A GW A RTNEY. No. 3U Uravier street.
P S. Extra car* wi.I n* added to trams Ir .v ng
phis and l.'iim for the accommodation cf pas
senger* by above steamei
j®4
nd FRI
Leaves every WEDNESDAY,
DAY. at 10 a. if.
FOR BAYOU SARA AND ALL IN
termedidate landings on the Coast—The
and fast passenger steamer
Iberville.
E. F. Groes, master, l G. l^ndry, clerk.
Will leave regularly as above.
J. b. RELF, 40 Canal street.
J. J. COMAUX, 4 St Louis street.
9 landing, foot at
it, and bill* of I____
t the Agent's office.
NEW YORK AND BREMEN STEAMSHIP
ibips Atlantic, Ualtlc, Western
Metropolis, and Northern Light, sailing SAT
URDAYS from Pier 46, N. R., for houthampton and
Bremen, taking passengers to Southampton, Lon
don, Havre and Bremen at the following rates,
payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency. (To
Loudou or Pans $5; Hamburg $3 additional.)
First cabin, $110; second cabin, $65; steerage, $36.
From Bremen, Southampton, and Havre, to New
York :
First cabin, $110; second cabin, $75; steerage, $43
Excursion tickets out and home:
First cabin, $210; second cabin, $130; steerage, $70,
Sai'ing days from New York and Bremen—Jui
15 and'29. July 13 and 27. August 10 and 24, Sepi
her 7 and 21, October Sand 19, November 2 and It
For, r .,*h t orp rriTi f c , fiLANp
Agent for New (>rleans, 64 Magazine
ISAAC TaYLOR, Presides
apll lv _ 40 Broadway, New Vm
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a work that an agent may engare in the sale of as
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qP«£vf. to $200 Per Month—Males and Females —To
sell the Only Genuine
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manufactured. It will hem. stitch, fell, tuok, bind,
braid, quilt, and embroider beautifully. Price, on'y
$20. inO'Uding Barn uni a seif sewer and self turning
hammer. Bully warranted for five years.
CAUTION —Beware of those selling worthless
cast-iron Machti.ee, under the same name as ours.
For circulars and term*, oddrese.
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BOARDING.
BOARD I\- JErrCHHON -ON APOLLO.
D between Cadu and Valence streets, two squares
above Napoleon avenue, on the new shell road to
('-anal street. Parties desirous of spacious and
*l«gantaooommodation* for the summer can apply
a the above. ► in* Bath-Room, large Garden,
Stabling, plenty of Milk, Strawberries, etc. Refer
inoee exchanged.
W ANTED—A man and wife: the man as gardener,
k e woman as washerwoman or cook. m>2b la*
PATENT ROOFING, ETC.
J C. HATH MAN,
*TROPICAL ROOKING MANUFACTORY,
And Doaler in
Oml. Ckarcenl, ( eke, White lead and
firewood,
at BUDf VUJuK STREET, CORNER OF MARAIS,
New Orleans.
Ordeve loft at the above plate, or Box 53. M echos
1,100 barrels of high grade of PaXT. A FLOUR,
equal to Government samp'ee.
5 000 pounds of the first quality of DRIED APPLES,
put in barrels.
lO.OOfi poand« of CANVAS F.D HAMS, in tierce,. I
All of -.he above articles to be put io tne best
quality of packages and delivered at the Subsist!
Department in this city within twenty days after the
opening ot the bids.
No bids will be received from parties who have
hitherto failed to comply wi*h their engagements
ith any b anch of the Government.
Proposals to be directed to the undersigned and
larked * * Proposals." A. BECKWITH,
je7 td Brevet Maj. Gen. and C. F, U. 8. A.
NOTICE TO COTTON hHIPlM'.KS
- Dim
f La.,
OKLKANK, June 6, 1«67. ' )
ALL PARTIES CONCERNED IN THE SHIP
PING ot (. OTTON from this port are hereby notified
that the permits for the Cotton which is to be
shipped must be exhibited at this office prior to the
placing of the Cotton on board the vet-sela, in order
that the same may be inspected and identified as the
Cotton specified in the permits; and no Cotton will
be permitted to leave this port without such inspec
tion having first taken place. and the identification
established. JAMES B. STEKDMAN,
ollector.
Depot Quaktkrma^tch * Office, *
San Antonio, Texas, May 18, 1867. <
SEALED PROPOSAL* 4 , which mutt be made in
duplicate, will be received at this office until TUES
DAY the 25th of June next at 12 o'clock noon, for
be transportation of Military Supplies for one year
from the first day of Ju y next on the following
routes:
RoUTE No. I—Prom Austin to Fort Belknap,
Buffalo Springs, and all Military Posts and Camps as
ure or may be established in Texas, south of Red
River, and Dorth of the latitude of Austin.
ROUTE No. 3— From 8<tn Antonio to Camp
Verde, Forts Inga, Clark, Stockton, Davis, and
Bliss, and all Military Post*, and Camps as are or
m»y be established on the western and northwest
ern frontiers of Texas, south of latitude 32 degrees
north.
Bidders will state the rate per one hundred (100)
pounds per odo hundred (100) miles at wh
they will transport said supplies, and must give
their names in full, with res dence and Post office
address.
Each bid must be accompanied by a bond in the
sum of Ten Thousand Dollars, signed by two or
more persons, (whose responsibility must be certi
fied to by a olerk of a court of record,> that the
bidder will, in ca*e the contract is awarded to him,
enter upon the fulfillment thereof, and furnish
good and sufficient security that he will faithfull
carry out the conditions therein set forth; and eac
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 Dollars ($50,0(0)
on each route.
The person or persons to whom any award is made,
must be prepared to execute contra-ts and give the
required bonds at once, and be in readiness for ser
vice ou the first day t f July next, as before men
tioned.
Satisfactory evidence of the loyalty 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 tbe privilege of being
present at the opening.
No proposal will be entertained that does not fully
comply with the terms of this advertisement.
Any contract made under the advertisement will
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 tbe offices of the
Chief Quartermaster Fifth Military District, at N<
Orleans, the Chief Quartermaster District
Texas, at Galveaton, the Post Quartermaster at Aus
tin, and at this office.
Proposals must be plainly indorsed "Proposal:
for Army Transportation, ' and addressed to thi
undersigned at this place.
J. G. C. LEE.
Bt. Lt. Col. A A. Q. M. U. 8. Army.
my30t je 20
HEADQ BS DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA,
Nkw ubleans. La., May 30, 18b7.
The following communication having been r
ctived from Headquarters Fifth Military District:
"Hf-adquabterh Fifth Military District,
NEW OrlilvNH, La., May 29,1(367.
"Brevet Major General J. A. Mower, commanding
District of Louisiana, New Orleans, La.
"General— I have learned from a reliable source
that yellow fever is prevailing in the harbor of Ha
vana, island of Cuba, and call your attention to
this fact, so that you may put the troops of your
command in the best sani ary condition, as tbe epi
demio may reach here at any time, owing to neglect
of the proper authorities to establish quarantine
regulations.
' I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient
•ervant, p. H. SHERIDAN.
"Major General U. S. Army."
It is therefor© ordered that commanding officer* of
posts and detached commands at once adopt such
sanitary measures as may be calculated to prevent
or mitigate the apread or ravage of infectious dis
eases, by employing alt the means in their power to
enforce the highest hygienic standard possible in
their commands.
It is important, in order to secure beneficial re
sults, that commanders give close personal super
vision to the cleanliness of their commands in every
detail.
The whole value of all known prevent
against infectious or pestilential di- ases consists
in the perfection with which the noxious gases,
emanating from decomposing organic matter, are
neutralized or destroyed, or prevented from spread
ing ; consequently, every place or thing liable to give
out a poisonous taint to tbe atmosphere should be
purified, covered up, removed, or di.'in'ected, as the
case may require.
The positive measures for maintaining good
health should also receive unremitting attention;
the food should be wholesome, varied, and well
cooked; personal cleanliness enforced; proper
amount of exercise taken: arauseim nt* and cheerful
employment encouraged: excesses, overtask, and loss
of sleep avoided as much as possible.
Tbe first symptoms of disease, especially of the
bowels, should be carefully investigated as to cause
and nature, and remedies applied at >nce.
Commanding officers will, by timely requisition*
keep constantly on hand disinfectants adequate to an
emergency: and if other disinfectants for general
use at the post cannot be procured by the Quarter
master's Department, requisition' will be mode on
the Medical Department.
Post commanders will keep the^e Headquarters in
formed as to the sanitary cond ion of their com
minds, by tri-monthly report': an 1 should a case of
cholera or yellow fever appear, t..e fact will be l
ported without delay.
By order of Brevet Ma:-*r General J. A. Mower.
J LEWIS SPALDING.
First Lieut- 1st Inf.. A. D. » , and A. A. A. G.
Official:
j*I
ANNUAL INCOME LIST.
AwBseoR'h Office U. S. Internal Revenue, j
First District of Louisiana. »
The Annual Income List for the year 1866, mad* in
compliance with ' An Act to provide Internal
Revenue to support the Government, to pay interest
on the pubiio debt, and f r other purposes," approved
June 90, 1864, as amended by subsequent nets, hav
ing been returned by the Assistant Assessors of tho
First District of Louisiana to the undersigned. As
sessor of said District,
Notice is hereby given that ths said Annual In
come List will remain open to the examination of
the public, and for appeal, for the period of ton days
from this date, from the hoars of 9 A. M. to 3PM,
st my office in the United States C ustomhouse,
loom No. 4.
And immediately after the expiration of said torn
days, on the 15th end lfth of June, 1867, I will re
oeiv* and determine aii appeals relative to erroneous
or excessive valuations made and taken by th* As
sistant Assessor
All appeals to the Assessors, se aforesaid, must be
made in writing, sad specify tbe particular cause,
■satter, or thing peeling which a decision is re
end state th* ground of error com
United Ntutes v*. Ten Barrels of Whisky.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT,
for tbe District of Louibiana, No. 88G3 — In obedience
in admiralty warrant, to mo directed in the above
ltled suit, I have si zed in the hands of James B.
edman, Collector of Internal Revenue—
'en Barrels of WHI>KY, now libeled by the
United States cf America for tbe causes set forth
the libel now pending in the District Court of
the United States.
And I do hereby cite and admonish the owner or
*ners thereof, and all and every person or persons
having or pretending to have any right, title, or in
terest in or to the same, to be and appear at a Dis
Cou/t of the United States, fir the District
aforesaid, to be holden at the city of New Orleans, on
before the THIRD MONnAYfrom the date hereof
to show cause, if any they have or can, why the said
barrels of Whisky should not be condemned and
dd, agreeably to the prayer of libelants, and the
proceeds thereof be distributed according to law.
United States Marshal's Office, New Orleans, sixth
day of June, 1867.
F. J. HERRON, U. S. Marshal.
No. 65—je7 1118 22
FINANCIAL
THE PIEEDMPN SAVING* BANK.
Savings and Trust
(J&rondele ______
The gallant manner in which it has weathered the
late nanie and financial storm should alone com
mend it to the colored population, for whose benefit
wa* created, as the proper p ace for them to de
>sit their savings.
Section fifth of its charter orders that a portion of
e sum deposited -not exceeding two-tbirds) be in
*cks, bonds, treasury notes, oi other
»t_:»_ a . Rn( j the Cashier has
nnoriiv io nraw to me full amount of his
deposits at ad times.
The following named gentlemen are the actual
members of tbe Advisory Board of this Branch .
Hon. Tnos. J. Durant, Chairman.
Hon. Edward Heath, Hon. Rufus Waples,
t»_ *_« ov . Kev. Emperor Williams,
Finney, Esq
of the United fc
Rev. .John Turner,
Rev. J. I* Newma
Rev. Anthony Rons, Paul Trevi_____
Dr. L. C. Ruudanez, P. G. Dupin, Eat
Unffin Littlejohn, Esc
Baku _ .
B. Souli6, Esq. Dr W. li. Pemberton,
J L- Montieu, Ksq. W. R Crane, Esq.
ANKING HOUSE
B
OF
JAY COOKE <fc CO.,
Comer Wall nntl Nassau »t» , \eiv York.
We buy and sell at the most liberal current prices,
and keep on hand a full supply of
GOVERNMENT BONDS OK ALL ISSUES,
SEVEN THIRTIES,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES.
JAY COOKE A CO.
7-30 °
ON V EKSEONM
At present Drices, holders can realize a profit above
Government Conversion rate by exchanging th
1-30'x in this market for
New Issue 5.80 Hondo.
We make these exchanges, buying
ALL SERIES 7 30 S,
And selling the Bonds at the
MOST FAVORABLE MARKET RATES.
JAY COOKE A CO.,
New York.
apll
E K M I L Y E
CO.,
AND COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES.
allowing Banks and Binkers
' " ....... "ER CENT________________
; the difference of interest ad
1-8 ot ONE PER CENT. COMMISSION.
convert
apll
the express
NEW £-80'm ordered returned after
VERMILYE A CO.. No. 4 4 Wall Street.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
References:—H on. John A. And
do.; Hon. John
rp J. EAUIUKT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 60, ('anul Street,
ap26 3m New Orleans.
J 8. WHITAKER—
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
07................Camp street-. .........87
(Over First National Bank,)
NEW ORLEANS. apl7 ly
JOHN E. HO i. LAND
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
apl7 '67 ly
w. w. D ED RICK.
Late of the Army.
^OYERH A HEDRICK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
—ON D—
Licensed United *tatea Claim Agents,
No. 5 ST. PKTfcR ST.. NkW Ottl.KANS. I A ,
(Opposite Jackson square,)
No. 46 NORTH COURT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
diers' and sailors' claim- for bounty, arrears of pay,
and prize money ; invalid pensions, widows' pen
of this nature. Losers of discharges can recover all
bounty, eto , due them.
We are permitted to refer to many prominent men
occupying high positions both in and out of the
army. ap!2
T N. MAYNARD. (LATE OF WEST
1. Feliciana ) Notary Public. Real Estate and Gen
eral Commercial Agent, will be found at No. 118
Common street, between tamp and St. Charles, New
:<>ming from the country who may favor him with
the above specialities.
dwellings, anti c
* * * la or anaentees.
ourchase of anv kinds of me_______
The colored people of the country parishes being
fton the victims of sharpers and ut principled
dealers, thus robbing them of their bard earnings, I
often the victims of sharpers and ur principled
dealers, thus robbing them of their bard earnings, I
feel it a duty to say io them that I will attend faith
fully to the sale of any shipment of cotton made to
me. and will fill tlieir orders (if not under twenty dol
lars) at the lowest market prices, b? sending the
money inclosed in a letter through the poatoffice.
CABINETMAKERS^
J A M VJ4 CRELLIN—
CABINETMAKER AND UNDERTAKER,
No. 132 Camp street. New Orleans
METALLIC CASES for transportation, alway a
All Orders promptly attended to i
COTTON FACTORS.
QLIHTO N A RICHARDS,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 171 Gravier street, near corner (Jarondelet,
New Orle.m-, La. Orders from the country forth*
purchase of supplies of ail kinds carefully and
p omptly attended to
JOHN H MIC 14ARDS. fVimmieston Merchant
. Proprietors.
.....Manag
— Treasur
Friday, Saturday Noon, Night, and Bun
day Night, .June 7, 8, and », 18CT
GRAND COMBINATION OF DRAMATIC, VO
CAL, FARCICAL AND VARIETY TALENT.
The attention of citizens and
fact that -
immense body of
placed in a _____________________
in the promenade hall and centre i
conetantly in operation,
t each entertainment, Mr. A. H. DAVENPORT,
Mr. HARRY PEARSON, Mas EVA BRENT,
M ile JOSIE ZANKkKTTA and Miss MAH9
LINE HARDV. will be introduced in comedy,
tar e, and burlesque.
The roaring Irish fsree, written by Harry Macarthy,
entitled, "LOVE AM) POLITICS —Teddy
O'Brien, Harry Macarthy: Mr*. Warren, Mi
Lottie Estelle.
Alex Xanfretta's comic pantomime, en'itled, THE
THREE ROBBKKH—Postillion, Alex. Zau
fretta; Chevalier, M'l'e Josie Zanfretta : Marie,
Miss Lottie LaPuinte: 1st Robber. A. Buislay;
Robber, L. Schoolcraft; 3d Robber. E. «ui.-,)av
A grand promenade
> UTH MUSIC HALL
167 GRAVIER STREET.
Re engagement of the great Irish Corned.an and
Clog Dancer,
MR. JAMES BROGDON.
Assisted by
NED. CLIFFORD.
The Popular Ethiopia j Comedian.
MISS MELLIE SANDERSON,
Vocal lit and D&nseu«e from the principal the
atres of New York.
MISS JULIA DIXON. Banjoiat and Guitarist:
Appear nightly at the RUTH MUSIC H ALL, No.
gOB HART'S HO II II AKT'S
OLYMPIC MUSIC HALL,
74 «t. f buries Street,
The Great Popular Resort of the masees.
THE MAMMOTH VARIETY COMBINATION
appear every night in a programme replete with all
the choicest gems of
MINSTRELSY, PANTOMIME, FARCE,
BALLET, Etc,
Open Every Night!
mission, 50c.: Colored Gallery, 25c.; Boys' Gallery.
25c.; Private Boxes, $6. ap'JO
M
ETKOPOLITAN FREE CONCERT
HALL.
Open every Evening at No. 97 St. Charles street.
Tom. ClaN'NON ..................... Stage Manager.
PltoF. PlNbTON'................Leader of Orchestra.
This Evening and every Evening during the Week.
Our efforts crowned with success. Engagement of
Mr. Tom Warfield, the pleasing banjoiM and general
performer, (.rand Male and Female Minstrel scene.
Miss Dora Shelley, in new and pleasing Comic and
Sentimental Songs. Mile, (,'herne, in Per Challenge
Jig. Tom Clannon, in an extraordinary budget oi
fun. Mr. Tommy fell, io everything new. Going to
the Shucking: the Black Stat ies; Trials of an M. D ;
new Music, new Burlesques, new Jokes, new W r it.
everything new. Don't forget the plac
bon. every SATURDAY. Also, a splendid bni
down stairs, furnished with the best stock. Gentle
men's Tickets. Ladies, fr^e.
aplTlm HVI'ul.lU: 1 ' i'R' 1VA! . Pr..pri.- • r
SEWING MACHINES.
rpiIE HOWE MACHINE COMPANY'S
8 E W 1 N (i MACHINES,
699 Broadway, New Yerk.
FOR FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS.
The Howe I.ock-Mtltch.
Thf.sk World-Renowned Sewing Machines
W ere awarded the highest premium at the World s
Fair in London, and six first premiums at the N. Y
State Fair of 1866, and are celebrated for doing the
best w^rk. using a much em&iler needle for the same
thread t ban any other machine, and by the introdne
tion of the most approved machinery, we are now
able to supply the very best machines in the world.
These machines are made at our new and spacious
actory at Bridgeport, Conn., under the immediate
supervision of the President of the Company, Elias
Howe, Jr., the original inventor of the Sewing Ma
They are adapted to all kinds of Family Sewin
and to the use of Seamstresses, Dressmakers, T»
lore, Manufacturers of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloak
Mantillas, Clothing, Hats, Caps Corsets, Boot
Shoes, Harness, Saddles, Linen Goods, Umbrellas,
Parasols, etc. They work equally well upon si ,
linen, woollen and cotton goods with silk, cotton
linen thread. They will seam, quilt, gather, hern
fell, cord, braid, bind, and perform every species o
sewing, making a beautiful and perfect stitch, alik
on both sides of the article sewed.
The stitch invented by Mr. Howe, and made on this
machine, is the most popular and durable, and all
sewing machines are subject to the principle invent
ed by him.
Send for Circular.
the howe machine company,
699 Broadway, corner Fourth street,
spin 67 lyVk Xkw V m
_MI SCELLANEOUS .
MLL CORDS OF WOOD—
Three Pieces, Single
Pieces, at $10 50
Wood, Wholesale and Retail, Sawed and Split by
Steam. N. O. FIREWOOD CO.,
89 Canal street, (four doors above Chartres.')
my 12 1m J. H. TODD, Agent.
EA A PEKKINS'
CELEBRATED
CONNOISSEURS
Only Good Sauce
and applicable to
EVERY VARIETY
Letter from a
Tel! Lea A Per
> highly esteemed
■ India and is. in
iy opinion, the most
palatable as well as
ersto apply tbe name to Spurious Compounds the
Wrapper Label, 8topper and Bottle.
Manat act ure d by LEA A PKRRINS. Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS.
New York, Agents ft>r the United States.
V^YNDRIES ......... SUNDRIES.
FOR SALjTcUEAP.
By P. Human. 96 Tchoupitoulas street.
30.000 pounds HORSE and MULE SHOES.
6U) HORSE 81---
100 dozen Hil ing HO*
50 . SHOVELS.
20 tierces Leaf LARD.
$i fit kins Butter.
50 barrels Louisiana SUGAR.
20.000 pound* Green SHOULDERS.
5000 .. Baoon
40U) Breakfast BACON.
200 dozen CL 1 »THES LINES. y
50 half barrels No. 1 MACKEREL.
50 kits MACKEREL.
20 sacks Bio COFFEE.
25 barrels WHISKY,
in boxes TOBACCO.
50 .. STAR CANDLES.
30 Fox's STARCH.
Remember the place—96 Tchoupitoulas street.
m>31 im
JJ «Se l. chafe.
* GUNNY BAG* and GUNNY CLOTH
8EAMLRS8 GRAIN BAGS,
SALT SACKS, eto.
KW State street, Boston.
114 Mouth Uoaauaerelul street, St. Louis,
my i 3m-sod Aw
As the Phfenix rises from toe i
inunated with new ife, so di
ate the whole system, and c
' of all dis
Indigestion ; En argeme
" >nes and Joint*. Liver Complaint. Dis
iase of the Kidneys, Spinal bom
plaint!. Syphiltfc Symptoms, Chro
nic Sore Thr. at. Bronchitis,
influenza and Sore Eyes,
1 m prudence in Life, and Disei
ora the Improper use of Mercury.
The Complexion is greatly improved by its u
of the Breast, and
Consumption.
renovate the whole
Prepared and Sold only at
TERRY S DRUG STORE, Corner of Rsinpartsnd
Common streets. New Orleans.
None are genuine without the signature of
my 14 6ra J. R. TERRY, Chemist.
g Y K A N B E A R .
The Eye and Ear are treated Medically and Surg
cally, in the diseases of their structure? and the de
rangements of their functions, by
DR. W L DAVIS. OCULIST AND AURIST,
84 Murals Street.
Between Canal and Gasquet )
Persons with defective Hearing or Sight would do
well to make a note of this,
my 1U ly 1 ri Sun Wed
JjOCTOK WILLIAM (LEAKY
Has remo *ed his office to t he corner of
Custonihouae and Ilurgiindy streets,
where he can be consulted on all Medical and Surgi
cal di*eases of male and female. :ny!8 3m
T'REE TO EVERYBODY.
r y jd nK l4d>
_DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
H. PEMHERTON, NO. I.'.s POY
. dras -tm*. between S' f'harlev and Caron
doiet streets. New t 'rle&n-, Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines. Paints, Oils, 1 !ors.
Varnishes. Glass, etc., etv., has
ican Zinc. ) Ml of all kinds, Venetian K< i and Span
ish Brown, Yeilow tji hre, a variety of tin- best Var
nishes. French Window Glass, Stove Polish. Sal
fcioda. Soaps, and t
a will sell
nd Am
od Writing Ink.
nd Fancy An
American finger.ng will be e —
Be sure that in ordering it you arefartecaiorin
specifying th* " New Method." Price. $3 68. Mail
ed, poet-paid, to any address. Sold by all mojac
PATENT MEDICINES.
JJEAVTY BEAUTY
Auburn, Golden, Flaxen and Silken Curls pro
duced by the use . f Prof. DK BRKUX'N 1 RISER
LE CHEVKUX. One application warranted to curl
the most straight and stubborn hair ->f either sex
into wsvy ringlets, or heavy massive.curls. Has been
d linden
Prici
Doei
bC Add'n ^
plQ '67 lyeodA W
i*iI. -ealed and po»'
G E H. e .SH U TTn
R iver street. T
L*w
Toy
s of joy :
The beauty uhich once was so precious and rare
I' free for all. and ail may be fair.
JJY THE U5E OF C1IASTELLAK'I
W III T E L I Q U I D
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion.
The mo-- valuable and perfect preparation in nse
for giving t tie skin a beautiful pearl like tint, that ia
only found in youth. It quickly removes Tan,
Freckles, PimpU;-, BlotrV.e-q Moth Patches, Sallow
Krupnoi-.f<, and all impurities of tho skin, kind
ling the i-a
S?wl. be it ir ia the 6 on| l v er
•ed by the Freuc!
cf 30.000 bottles were sold during tbe
~ ent guarantee of its efficacy. Price. <
Sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
perfect toilet. Up*
IIINKERS AND MOUSTACHES
from three to rive weeks V-v using I)K SKVIGNE'S
RESTAURATEUR « APILLAIRK, the most won
derful discovery in modern science. acting upon the
Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner.
It has been used bv the elite of Paris and London
with the roost flattering success. Names of all pur
chasers will be registered, and if entire satisfaction
is not given in every instance, the money will be
cheerfully refunded. Price by mail, sealed and post
paid. $1 Descriptive cir' 'ars and testimonial*
mailed free.
Address BF.R( ; \ SHUTTS A OO.,
No. 2% Ri street. Troy. N. Y.,
e agents for United State*
aplO '67 lyeod AW
ASTROLOGY.
SOW THY DESTINY'.
------------- — r ------------iingla
or m imed of eithe- sex. While in a state of trance,
she delineates the very features of the person yon
are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in
tense power, known as the Psyc homo trope, guaran
tees to produce a life like picture of the future hus
band or wife of the applicant, together with date of
marriag". position in life, leading traits of character,
eto. This is no humbug, as thousands of testimo
nials can assert, hbe will send when desired a cer
tified certificate, or written guarantee that the pic
purports to be. By enclosing* small
lock of hair, and stating place of birth, age. disposi
tion and complexion and enclo*ing fifty cents and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
ceive the picture and desired information by return
cations sacredly confidurtial.
■es to happine-s tho-e who. from doleful <
^STKOLOGY. ASTROLOGY
The World Astonished at the Wonderful Revelations
mad# by tue Great Astrologist.
MADAME 11. A. PKKKIGO.
She re
< last replies, crosses in love, loss of relations an^
friends, loss of money, etc., have become despondent.
She brings together those long separated, gives in
formation concerning ahsent. f iends or lovers,
restores lost or stolen property, tells you tho busi
ness you are be*t qualified to pursue, and in what
you will be most successful: causes speedy mar
riages, and tells you the very day you will marry;
gives vou tbe name, likeness and characteris
tics of the person. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost- supernatural powers unveils
the dark and hidden mysteries of tho future.
From the stars we see in the firmament—tbe malefic
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INSTRUCTION.
T O LKAK.\ PIANO-FORTE PLAY
ING
EASILY AND THOROUGHLY.
Use the
STANDARD INSTRUCTION BOOK
*• Richardson'* New Method.**
An improvement upon all others in progressiva
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upon a new and original plan, and illustrated by a
The popularity of this boelc has never been equal
• Schools," and the book that every pup.! need* for
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studies and exercises of advanced pupil*. Two edi
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