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ille Parish of Assumption—Joseph K.
. Landry—Stephen J. Hill and Theo
! Jberville, fieo. L. Gaskell.
' r t—MuVean Thompson A Keeting.
IL'l 3. Markham.
KipnviHe-W. li. Fmegan.
it I ivingston. C. D. Ludpcke.
?'Tensas-H. D. Mitchell. .
n-Thos. L. Morris, L uis E. Laloire.
lames Newton.
ix Lafourche, IJ-H. Reese, A. J. Baby.
Jtrt.oU-DrJhoj. B. Waters.
mrdiep'O.fiiat'ye'ue, Dr. t". E.Piquctte.
SS'ia-H- Marshaf!!'' 0 "'
,n_A. Millppaugh.
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n New Orleans by the following dealers;
o. 85 li.ironne street..
Oi l Levee street, opposite the Post
—i^BiKF.n, St. Charles Depot, under tho St.
nd Robertson
i Depot, Post office build :>g
k'otlce to A cent*. •»
subscribers forwarding money for
advertisements to the Republican,
means of Po&toflice orders, by clerks of
• draft or by express, at our risk. There
lags risk attending the transmission of
of registered letters.
EKH LEAVING TO-DAY
iver Intelligence.
-Mariposa, Quirk, 8 P. M.
ia—Tioga, Morse, 8 p. M.
Lucretia, Davis, basin, 5 r.
-Magenta, Leathers, 5 P. M.
iver—Warren Belle, Butler, 5 p.
iver—Rose Franks, Brinker, 5 p.
iver— IL A. Homeyer, Tobin, 5 r
-Bart Able, Harrison, 5 P. M.
•St. Nicliolas, Dowty, 5 p. ai.
,-Lafourche, Greathouse, 5 r. M
-Cleona, Pickett, 5 r. M.
Places—Oamelia, Ul&keslei
Places—Creole, Walker, c
-Laura, Walker,
JULIANS REPUBLICAN OFFICE,
BA I CRAAY, June 29. 1867.
on the landing is still the cry,
ieto see an.improvcment to-day,
the best packets, embracing the
Bart Able, St. Nicholas, If. A.
Rose Franks, Warren Belle. La*
ind Cleona will take their de
uce this afternoon,
tlier was very warm yesterday up
rof eleven o'clock, when we had
(bowers, continuing until dark,
actions on
powers, continuing uni
(r.arding business transit
vals yesterday included the steam*
ble, Rose Franks. Cleona, II. A.
Lafourche, Iberville, and A. G.
artures embrace the Mississippi,
and Nina Simmes. The Missis*
quite a respectable freight list and
register was well filled up with
11
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.dvlcea from Our Exchanges.
Louis Times of the 2Gth, says; The
esterday was pleasant for the sea*
iness does not improve any, and
will not for several weeks to come,
in excess, and constantly in
the arrivals of boats from the
The river at this point rose
inches yesterday, and at dark
lowly swelling. At St. Paul it is
t still rising from Dubuque down,
■sa Ruth, Captain A. G. Carter, J.
clerk, departs for New Orleans
at four P. M.
h— History of her Trip— Steamer
'ew Orleans Wednesday, June P),
precisely, being two hours and
utes after departure of liich
•tchez 6:45 P. M.; 21st landed at
3:50 A. M.; 30 hours out foot 07:
lutes at Grand Lake* and 15 min
reenville by parting tiller-rope;
lb" above Greenville, and lost 20
'"'ting in new one. June 22d,
"new, swift, and magnificent
»" steamer Richmond under way
ad No. 63. Sixty hours out at
•u chute. Landed at Memphis
M.; time from New Orleans to
days, 1G hours, and 55 minutes,
.his at 1:25 P. M.; made Randolph
ij three days out to Kate Hubruy
ssed again under weigh the
mond at fo r t of 21. 23d—Ar
at 10:08 A. M.; time from port
days, 14 hours, and 8 minutes,
at 10:20 A.M.; 4 days out to
ding. 24th— Arrived at St. Louis
M.: time from port to port 4 days,
&n4 54 minutes. Left St. Louis
June 13th, at 3 A.M.; loaded 400
it at Cairo: discharged 425 tons
*; arrived at New Orleans at 8 A.
Ah; discharged 1500 tons freight
M. the same day; time from
to Rew Orleans and return, 11
Br8 » and 54 minutes.
!r vai falling at Cincinnati on the
father clear.
on the 2Gth, the river was de
2*7- The Lady Gay had passed
lie Courier of the 25th has the
-Ml
1 v&s falling slowly yesterday,
stone inch water in the canal in
V by the mark.
"er continues excessively warm,
meter 90 in the shade, with some
J indications of rain, but up to
rain had fallen.
last evening there were three
[ hi the pass down the Indian
* falling.
I Tender, Captain W>3. Conner ? s
r craft, cleared for New Orleans
his Bulletin of the 26th says:
* a little more movement on the
*?y.bnt the amount of business
factory to steamboat men.
I ("^.continues clear and warm.
I la!ling slowly at this point, and
Tcome to a stand during *
nine years the gel
i n! lte PhyBicians of France 1
k-^^lnana hundred thous;
f c ®*ritable purposes.
. dividend
Insurance Company
Hope Insurance Company
Germania Insurance Comp
National Insurance Company
ity bonds were without animation
have been reported during the day. The consoli
dated are still quoted at 89(5.90, and tho railroad
issues at 7* • -<0, according to the coupons. Louisiana
sixes arc quoted at f8®GQ; Jackson railroad first
mortgage bonds at 72(573; Jackson railroad change
issues at 70(3.72; and Opelousas railroad firsl
gage bonds, with eight matured coupons, at 54Q55.
In uncurrent money we notice 1 sales of $5000 city
notes at &2 ! 2 c. r* dollar; $3000 do. at 93c; several small
amounts at the same, and $2509 state notes at 80c
There was a better feeling in city notes, several
holders being unwilling to sell at tire ruling rates.
Bank of Louisiana notes are quoted at 4l<343e.
dollar, and state treasury note's at 80'g.Sl, tho inside
ea being the rates paid by dealers for the small
i offered at their counters. City treasury notes
rule at 7®7>£ ft cent, discount. They are the
general medium of exchange in local and city trade.
CO AIM BBC
Fni day Evening, Jane 23, 1807.
COTTON—The market opened this morning will:
a limited inquiry and a moderate pro.-pect of busi
Later in the day, however, a more liberal
movement WuS developed, and ai most factors
ineed a willingness to meet the demand at the
rates accepted yesterday, thereby enabling buye
operate more advantageously, the iatier came for
ward quite freely and sales amounting in tt:o ngyre
gate to 2000 bales were effected, six broke
ticipating in tho business. Prices indicated
laterial alteration, the greater portii
of the lists sold realizing figures within the range of
.ening's quotations, which
Ordinary 79<§20*iic.; good ordinary 22,'je.; low mid
dling 24c., and middling 2oc. The sales lor the past
three days comprise 4250 bales, making a total for the
of Gt'50 bales, against 11,550 last week, and 9100
week before. The receipts proper during the
past week, excluding the arrivals from Mobile, FJor
,, and Texas, which arc included in their respect
statements, amount to 22 « bales, against 2395 last
week, showing a decrease of 137 bales,
exports embrace 19,112 bales, 4466 of
coastwise, and 14,64J to foreign part*.
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1st, I860—bales .
Received
102,082
Received previously..
749,14;
Additional bales n
„____________________ide from wrecked,
loose, and damaged cotton, pa-.k
ages, samples, etc..................
Stock on hand
__ 1 V 1 ________
not been any arrivals since yesterday.
FLOUR —We have not any change* i
yesterday. The market continues qui<
13,323—762,818
864,900
804,816-807,467
57.433
and firm with a light stock and fair demand for t
$13: 43 do. at $ 6; 25 choice extra i
_________ ______$16 25: *25do.
$16 50; 150 at $17. and 100 at— bbl. Old super
line is retailing at $10; new superfiuo a' $10 60; double
extra at $11 5U® 12; treble extra $13 50(314 per bbl.
Yesterday, not previously reported, 500 bbl
_ >ld, of which 200 on its merits, 100 sour ireble extra,
and 200 sound treble extra on private terms. Week's
sales, 5500 bbls,: receipts. 3548; exports, 2106.
( URN—'Hie stock being very light buyers
holding off, prices, however, show a further upward
tendency. The sales to day are confined to 2686
sacks, of which 596 mixed at $1 10; 390 do. at $1 10; liO
at $126 bushel. Some 1700 baas inferior sold at
auction at 90c.Q$l fl bushel. Week's sales 51,152;
receipts 25,599; ex ports 25,359.
OATS—Are scarco and are in fair demand at
yesterday's advanced prices. 509 sacks havi* g sold,
of which ICO, 210, and 2uU, at_80c. %4 bushel. Week i
sales 12.3 0 sacks: receipts 6077: exports835.
BRAN—Is dull and prices i
100 sacks have s '
2843 sacks.
HAY—Is in fair demand, and the market is firmer
Rain
making t o the trade at $14titl8 ^ ton for i
ferior western, $20 *'22 for fair. »24'.v« for prime
and $27 for choice Week's receipts, 1376 bales.
PORK—'The market is dull. There were sales to
day. howeve \ of 2:f, 50, and 100 bbls. over weight mess
at $23 18 bbl. It is retailing at $23 5014 bbl. A lot of
*25 bbls. prme mess brought $20 50 p bbl. Weeks
sales, 900 bbls.; receipts 720: exports, 349.
BAUON—Is in fair demand in a j ibbing way. 2a
tierces sugar cured hams sold in two l ts at 17c., and
30 casks shoulders in live lot* at 10c Shoulders are
retailing at 10t t c., ribbed sides 12c., dear sides 13<3
13 l 4C., sugar-cured haras 15i^l7} 9 c. H lb. "Week*
.ts, 648 casks. 10" boxes; exports, 88 casks.
' C BIJGa'iTaMOLAB'bKB-A lot of five
barrels Louisiana molas es, thin, received a day or
two since, sold on private terms. The shn-k of Louisi
ana sugar ia light and only a retail business is doing
inconsequence at 13c. $ m for good fair, 14;Val4
for prime, 14 l 4 («15c. for yellow clarified, and 15*.. • Ibo.
for white. There is no Louisiana molasses m market.
The stock of cub» on hand is moderate, the demand
appears to be increasing, and prices are looking up.
There was again a good inquiry to-day, but no sales
have transpired since those of 3i 3 hhds. reported yes
terday. The last prices which have transpir
llfeaiafeo. 18 lb for Nos. 12 and 13, and U'a^l
Nos. 18 and 20. The stock of Cuba molasses is large,
there is little or_ no demand n It is quoted at
kbls. molasse-s. productu
______ __ i of Louisiana. Exports,
sugar, 3 bbls. molasses. N * _
IN DRIES-Eggs are selling i
___________________- — 1 1118 at
. bbl.. 13® 16c. dozen in boxes; chickens
„ l . i .... ■ . 1(1 - tiirk#*v.4 <1 K.i 26:
M d>
' Y1011_______________
£•7: old $5*e5 50 f* bbl.
Clinton—? 110 spic e $80 currency O 11 Kar*i
It bales cottonT A N Henderson—583 bides Yeatman
&, Wheeless—sundries to order
SHREVEPORT—Steamer iLrt Able—63bales of
•otton Jno Phe'ps ico—38 J W Burbridge Aco—29 to
Wright. Allen Aco---22 T II A J M Allen—18 Clapp
Bros Aco—13 J 0 Elsl
r Aco—10 Rawlins A Mu
-1 Spyker A Sandidgu—31
„ ............... machinery Jno Phelps Aco—90
head cattle McQuoid, Mehle Aco-sundrica to order
Total. 2!4 bales.
BAYOU SARA—Steamer Iberville—2 bales cotton
Avendano Bros—19 do K blower A Maes—13 hides 8
deer skins 10 sks wool 1 bxs eggs Lap
A F Hickman—2 bbls molasse
3 b'ancke A Danneel—sundries to order--Total. 26
Phelps Aco—25,350 staves and sundries to order
iuiv, 25 bales cotton
HBAYOU BARA—Steamer Lafourche—4 bales cot
ton U Gallagher—2 do li Newman Aco—.6 A Levi—
sundries to order—Total, 32 bales cotton
and sundries to order
..............
BUR AS SETTLEMENT—Steamer Thus P May
64 sks rice and sundries to order
BAR AT A KI A— Nine tuggers—5575 melons to c
WANTED.
3 line of the Aitucaa Gulf Railroad.
W
A XTED—EIGHT OR TEN COLORED MEN
W ANTED— GOOD AGENTS, TO SELL NEW
edition, revised and enlarged, of Wells s Every
Man His Own Lawyer and Form Book. The work
_ valuable information indis
pensable to every man and woman, and is sold at the
low price of $2. ami sent postpaid on receipt of
price. Agents wilt tind the business very remunern
with satisfaction to Kimself and patrons. Send lor
terms. Address benj. W. Hitchcock, pub'isher. 14
Chambers street. New York. je4 liu
IFAXTEM- WATCII JEWELERS - FIRST
»V clai-s workmen « o thoroughly understand
setting Jewels. None hut competent workn
.............
FOR SALE.
K OIS «AI.E-ONE ok THE BEST LOCATED
Whrfl and Co.ored Coffeehouses above Canal
street ; good custom ; cheap for cash. Inqu re at
the New Basin Bridge, corner Delord and Magnolia
streets. ;e20-10t
C'OXV ERSIOXS,
7-30
At present prices, holders can realize a profit above
iovernment Conversion rato by exchenr-rg their
in this market for
New Issue ",-'20 Hondo,
lake these exchanges, buying
ALL SERIES 7-30'S,
7-30
And selling the Bonds at the
MOST FAVORABLE MARKET RATES.
JAY COOKE A CO.,
New York.
ni>u ___________
UNDERTAKERS.
| pHSES AND C'ARIIIAIJES
PHILIP I- Y M il,
UNDERTAKER,
No. «*> St. Charles street. Opposite St.
Charles Theatre,
NEW ORLEANS.
me carriages, good horses, and careful and attent*
i drivers furnished at short notice, at any hour,
y or night.
dr. Lynch attends personally to the prompt execu
tion of all orders.__ii
PAPER HANGINGS.
N
E W N P 1£ I V <• STYLES
PHILADELPHIA WALL PAPERS.
HOWELL A BOUKKK,
Northeast corner of Fourth and Market street*.
Phiiade'phia.
MANCFACTtJIH R8 OK
Curtain Materials
Improving and Beautifying th9 Complexion.
Dost valuable and perfect prepara'ion muse
. = ving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is
only found in youtii. It quickly removes Tan,
Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Aloth Patches, Fallow
ness. Eruptions, and ail impurities ot the skin, kind
ly healing the same, leaving the skin white andclear
as alabaster. Its use cannot be detected by the
closest scrutiny, and, being a vegetable preparation,
is perfectly harmless. It is the only article of the
kind used by the French, and is considered by the
Pari
i indispensable
old during
wards of oU.COO bottles
a sufficient guarantee of its era
cents. Sent by mail, post-paid,
BEBGER, SUDTTS i CO.. Chemists,
eodlj AW 2So River street. Trey. N. Y.
perfect 1
ng the pant, jour,
. fti.e. only 75
receipt of s
aplO—eodlyA
IIIHK.FR9 AND MOl'*TAdIFJ
upon the smoothest face
.s bv using L>R SEVIGNE'S
W'f
from three to live we*
RESTAURATEUR--------------------- -
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Beard and Hair in t\n almost miraculous manner.
It has been used by tae elite of Paris and London
with the most flattering success. Names of all pur
chasers will be registered, and if entire satisfaction
every instance, the money will be
the smoothest face it
.... using DR. BEVIGNE'
APILLAIRE, the most wc
lern science, acting upon t
almost miraculous manner.
cheerfully refunded
paid, $1. Descriptive
mail, sealed and post
irs and testimonials
"Iddrcs** BKRGER, SHUTTS 4 CO.,
Chemists, No. 285 River street, Troy, N. Y.,
pin '67 lyeod.VW Sole scents for U nited States
MED ICAL.
J-jOt'TOK WILLIAM CLEARY
Has removed his office to the corner of
Customhouse and llurgundy streets,
where he can be consulted on all Medical and Surgi
cal diteases of male and feraaie. my 18 3m
jniEE TO EVERY'1IODY.
A large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes
It, teaches how the homely may become beauti:'r
the despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to ?ei
their address, ana receive a copy, post-paid, by i
ar,10—1> ee JAW
JJ A L. CHASE.
*GUNNY BAGS and GUNNY CLOTH.
SEAMLESS GRAIN BAGS,
SALT SACKS, etc. v
t33 State street, Boston.
114 Mouth Commercial street,St. Lout*.
my8 3m-eod±w
Reuben K. Fenton, >'e
. Hon.
t York: Hon. S. L. Woodford,
'eters, Maine; lion. Richard
J S. WUITAKEK
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
........CniDii street.........
(Over First National Bank,)
NEW ORLEANS.
GILBERT MOYERS.
Late Lt. Col. 3d Mich. Cav.
ROYERS it DEDKKtt,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Licensed United States Claim Agents,
No. 5 ST. PETER ST.. NEW ORLEANS, LA.,
(Opposite Jackson square,)
—and—
No. 46 NORTH COURT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
Prosecute to collect;
* tuumm. uu Lui.uu.u.. all kinds of claims against
the United States. Sjieciai attention given to sol
diers' and sailors' claims for bounty, arrears of pay,
and prite money; invalid pension«, widows pensions.
heirs, claims for bounty and ai rears, clair
110I10> vimiuIO „„„ _____________>f offioen
for arrears and increase of pay, and all other claims
of this nature. Losers of discharges can recover all
bounty, etc., due them.
____permitted to refer to many prominent men
occupying high positions both in and out of the
army. ____ apl *
7 jg. M AWARD. (LATE OF WEST
1. Feliciana ) Notary Public, Real Estate, and Gen
eral Commercial Agent, will bo found at No. 118
Common street, between Camp and Bt» Charles, New
Orlean*
Will promptly attend to a 1 notarial businee r . for
his friends and the public in this city, or for those
ders for the purchase of any Kinds of merchan.
and plantation supplies attended to, as usual
for my country customers.
dealers, thus -obbing them of their hard earnings, 1
, and will fill their orders (if not under twenty dol
lars) at the lowest market prices, b:* sending the
money inclosed in a letter tbrou ' ' "* *
addressed to me, glass box No. 931,
penny saved is a penny earned.
New Orleans, a
Remember. NoT 118 Common street, New Orleans.
liy E*. Klnrnan, 90 Tchoupitoala* »tr(
30,000 pounds HORST*: end MULE SHOES.
.-nn U/iOvl.' t^Lia 1.' KAH Si
ing HO
_ .. SHOVELS.
20 tierces Leaf LARD.
6 i tiikins Butter.
51100 .. ------ .
40 0 Breakfast BACON.
200 dozen CL' iTHES LINKS
50 half--barrels No. 1 MACKEREL.
50 kits MACKEREL.
20 sacks Rio (:OFFEE.
25 barrels WHISKY,
inboxes TOBACCO.
60 .. STAR CANDLES.
20 .. Fox's STARCH.
Remember the place—96 Tchoupitoulas stroet.
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DUOT 8 AND SHOES,— THE BEST NORTH-
------1 i ■ i>d Shoes kept constantly
«>u and Creole Boots.-------—----
hand at GRAY'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
691 Magazine s
Gentlemen':
Shoes made tc
patch
L E
A PERRINS'
CELEBRATED
WORCESTERSHIRE.
PRONOUNCED-
SAUCE.
EXTRACT
CONNOISSEURS
Letter from a
Medical Gentleman
Madras,
TO BE THE
Only Good Sauce
and applicable to
EVERY VARIETY
DISH.
SAUCE
is highly esteemed
in India, a
my opinion
palatable i
that
The sncoMS o! thi» most dellmou* »nd nnriTa'e;!
condiment having caused many unprincipled deai-
er, to «ppl» tho no mo to Spuriou s Compounds tho
Public io ro.peetfn 11, end o irne.i I, roquostod to MS
that tho nomes of LEA 4 PERBlhh arc upon tho
Soltis
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