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^ FOlt THE BEPl'BLICAN. General AgenU. gpfKCE, Bo* /*,727, Boston, Mass., General Adv'ert^inff -Agency, Chicaoo, III. *CoeA Go., Advertising Agents, Philadelphia, •"^vs'k^No. 13 Bond street. New York city. ® * Ie«oE1T. Albany. N. Y. P- ft'njjAMs. fit. Bonis. Parkin. Cincinnati. Jr., Pltwbowh. l.onlaluna. iile Vermillion—:Rudolph Uurtis. i„a Hapides—A. F. Wiid. jiraeV^\^TJfi(lr,-. KE 8t . (.'hirles-Mr. U. Emerson. *'Knr'ille-W- O- WilUin.on. Kouge-S. Wrntnowtki. i* , s t .John Baptist—Mortimer F. Smith. "S^MVville, Union—E. H. Uosner. nCK H. Merritt. "k S'h" M«ry-A.S. Hall. n' Washington—Jos. Uhelett. *!„ ('llaiborne—w. J. Blackburn. !*£ Terrebonne—A. A. Stone. "^ Carroll—J° h n Lj nch. IfWoii City, Carrollton, and Greenville—Charles " e Y7 r Residence, corner of Line and Upper Jefferson City. Wgjg^•piaquemine-fJulius Lovell. k^ille Avoyelles—W. W. Lambert on. gten sBeiid. Madison James L. Wright. SS S5»-a W W. Blacking!: Ipoleon'' fW (OvUausS ^cpubUcatl. rille. Parish of Assumption—Joseph R. arish—J. J. Alford, M. D. USSR. tshingtonpi Landry—nt itephen J. Hill and Theo imines. Iberville, Geo. L. Gaskell. oort—M jVean Thompson A Keeting. ireteport ^■T-wmort- L. S. Markham. 'SJ P Bienvilie-W. 11. K-negs Wingfield. I.ivineston. C. I). Li iudecke. •li-nh Tensas—R. D. Mitchell, ifjrtui—Thos. L. Morris, Lcuis E. Luloire. ' ViMhoa_James Newton. hSuui, Latourche, I>. H. Reese, A. J. Baby. ^Suhonta-Dr Tho». B Water,. Ca'ahoula—b. Marvin, P. M. •millionvi 11e P C.. Lafayette, Dr. 1. E.Piquette. Sn Jackson, Geo. W. Ferguson. EConcordia-K. Marshall. ffi*ton-A. Millspaugh. SSRof, Tensas, Parish-Dr. R. A. Whitney. Jl?Feliciana, I'obert Worrell. hJfisldP O., Union—Wm. Wright. inUwill please notify the Editorof any errors m Mississippi. iki-Rs v - Janies English. JSittian-B H. Orr. ^KimMriile Pike County—P. Bonney, P. M. ffi',Undi»g-J. W. B..MII H. M. gstVillc. t irapson county—Wra. Giles. Texan. B. Norton, rex.eral agent. ........ R. Scott. mden. Ru'k county-J. W. Klanigar. Person. Rusk county—D. W Hamgan. ' ennis B. Bonfrer. Antonio—W. W. Gamble mt-Geo. F. Marlowe, jr. iciloosa-R. Cain. Florida. rao-Mr. James Maguire. Kentucky. Bffille—S. P. Walker. The New Orleans Republican )r sale in N leans by the following dealers; MOS, No. 85 . lunne street. Ellis, Did L e street, opposite the Post abd Bakkti, bt. Ghanes Depot, under the St, Ennis, bookstore, Pontchartrain Railroad Ji. Raymond, News Depot, Postofficc building Notice to Agents. rats and subscribers forwarding money for xiptions or advertisements to the Repcblt 1 ' o»o by means of Postoffice orders, by clerks of ters. by draft or by express, at our risk. Tn« ire or less risk attending the tranamisai ju f by mail, oven in case of registered letter*. PAMIRS LEAVING TO-DAY. ile—Mail boat.--, cars, 4 r. M. bama River—Lucretia, Davis, basin, 5 P. M. isville—Ligal Tender. Conner. 5 P. M. isville—Gen. J. A. Quitman, White, 6 P. M. [Louis—Lady Gay. Be t. 5 p. M. icbita River—Warren Belie. Butler, 5 P. M. River—Rose Franks, Brinker, 5 r. M. e—New Era, Dugas, 5 r. M. mg Placos—Cametia, Blakeslee, cars, 12 M. Places—Creole. Walker, cars, 9 a. M. Plimt Lmia, w.-iiker. ears, 9 jl it. River Intelligence. r ORLEANS REPUBLICAN Oi l ICE, Tuesday, July 2. 1667. Heather yesterday was suicidal iu its Jitter. From early morning it threat Inin, and at about 12 o'clock it seemed |the flood-gates of In-aveii were opened »lecond del litre was inevitable. The were overflooded everywhere, and s in many places floated av fastenings. With such weather ; was suspended on the landing, and "ts lay idle at their moorings. We for the best, and that tills disagreeable Ufen will soon come to an end. arrivals since our la^t report embrace General Quitman, Alone, Lady Gay, Nina Simmes, and New Era; they all dflerable frieght for our market. Henry Ames and Nina Simmes were ly departures yesterday. Several of "lar Tuesday packets will leave this oon if weather permits. We are ir. 1 to the officers oi the steamer Frc llc following: "kinda.—S teamer Frolic left Jefler* esday, 25tli ult., at 7 P. M. Met T. 26th at U A. M. at .Smith's Bluff; ar tt Shreveport 11 A. M.; left Shreve 27th ult. at 2 P. M.; 28th met Star it G. Robinson's place at daylight: lonal at St. Maurice at 2 P. M : 29th, ire left Alexandria,Itlie levee hud bro bro places, and the water was flow, web rapidly; met Irene at Cassan 3P.1I.; met Live Oak at wharf boat, ?r; 30th, met St. Nicholas live miles Baton Rouge at 9 A. M. The bayous hsfalliug. Red river falling as low' 'joinery. Advice* front Oar Wettern Ex chiiuBvi. Cincinnati Gazette of the 27th says -remains unchanged and but little ; done on the wharf. Bouts, how do not leave until they have all they if we except the Memphis and Nash picket lines. These boats depart promptly as advertised. Steamboat -living fn great expectations of the which they confidently believe e affairs to such an improved ex ' memories of the past will be wholly ' In the satisfaction which that time to produce. In truth, wo see no Muon why business should not be the fall, and sincerely hope all ex ' may be realized, i Porter cleared for New Orleans and long before noon was com to turn freight way. She had all she ■anage, and left with an excellent Most of the freight refused was on the Waaanita. "tuanita, a most excellent boat for -t stage of the river, is now load Sew Orleans, and will be the first all doubt. Smoker's new boat, in process of at New Albany, for the Red has boeu christened Governor fduisville Journal of the twenty remarks that business was very wierul transient boats stopped ana freight here, but It was all iu small •either was clear and very warm, o'clock the barometer was slowly Wd indicated 29:35. The tlier itood at 83. following is the time of four fast ^New Orleans to Cairo: Day*. Hoar*. Mmutn phis Appeal of the 29th instant Weather is warm and business on dull. At this port the river is -»taud, with a slight rho impend* -total fall from high watermark has been within a fraction of ®toel boat which was prepared at for the search after I)r. Living Mule on the patent of M. E. Deane, --• The length is thirty feet, «8ht feet, weient rather more than H is so constructed that it can be t and carried by negroes across • The plates are one-fourteeuth -hick, and so ductile that they •JBt to almost any shape without *ais is the first instance of the use in admiralty construction, but, if U will be followed up. Monetary and Commercial. Received previously.. ages, camples, etc . entirely suspended by the unintermitt iug inclemency ot the v/eairer, there was no business that we heard «l transacted iu tobacco. In tho absence of actual sales we continue t j repeat quotation.-, as follows: Light. Heavy. Inferior lugs and trashy...... 3'^ 4c. 4 & 4'jo. IV* 5c. 5 <i> 5> a c Medium leaf o common leaf .I0y*l2 l j leaf.. Choice selection*...........10 <®18c. is I K kilt ' 11 ns— We have no change to report under this heading. The offerings are incon siderable, especially coastwise. The ra^es are m to'lows: lc. fi B». for cotton by steam for New York ami Boston, and *^c. for Philadelphia. Steam to New York and Boston. 45 j. sack for corn, 90o pi bbl. for tlour, $i 2i bbl for pork. a-.d#lU'jiU ^ fihd. for to bat ---'— '------- ' bacoo. Bail for Havre, l^e. V tt». for cotton, bteani to Liverpool, 50s. V hhd. t r tobacco. SUGAR AND MOLASSES—There have been no receipts iroui the coast since Saturday. There was some little inquiry for Louisiana Migar. hut the stock is very light, and there is. in consequence, retail business doing. We note a sale ol 9 Y lb. We quote prime lor tobacco. Steam for Liverpool. ' 4 d. r* 2 n: sail, >id. for cotton, 42s. tid. ^ hhd. fort SS.. 1 el.O* arihed at ll 4 a <ai5c., and whits at io* j he supply of Uuba sugar is not large, hut the juiry was limited. On Saturday not reported, 40 14 <4h ket inquiry was limited. On S.............. . .. hhds and 00 boxes sold on private terms, said full prices. The stock of Uuba molasses is large, but there is litt'o or no demand. It is quoted at 47 l , « 50c. C 1 gallon. Prime to choice Porto Rico sugar is retail ing at 14 Aliyc. 'p lb. JjLOUR— the choice grades of extra and super fine art scarce and in request, while other giudes ure dull and neglected T he market is very quiet aiul there were sales to day of only 600 bbis., of which 40 sour double cx raat $10 20• luO superfine in iols at $10 oOisiU 7'»; >00 single extra in lots at $11 25: ICO extra rt $11: 50 treble extra at $12 5t>: 75 citoice extraat $16 62, 1 j; and 75and40 do. ut riJ 50 ft bbl. UU" little UURN—The market is quiet but firm There i moxet.iky. OFFICE OF NEW ORLEANS REPUBLICAN, i Monday Evening, July 1, 1867. < The general market has exhib-ted very little atii n'ation, operations in most departments of trade being interrupted by the heavy rain storm which prevailed throughout the day. There was a trilling business doing in sugar and molasses, re;uil princi pally, and only a moderate movement) in western produce, attended, lion ever, with a better feeling in pork, and continued firmness in corn and oats. The demand for our leading staple was exceeding'y light being confined to a few buyers, whose aggrega'e business at t he close comprised barely 35 J bales. The dark andunfavorable appearance of the weather and tbe rather di couraging tone of the Liverpool ad ices operated quite prejudicially as to the latter. The movement it^boin has boen of a restricted character, and rates have ruled in sympathy with the course of tbe New York market. Gold opened this morning nominally at ISS'SISSU- against 138 l 4 i Wall street; but later advices being less favorab'e it eased off, then r.-covered, and closed steady at the opening rates. The cash offerings were H-"ht throughout, and ns mist buyers were unwill to operate, on'y a trilling business has done, «omprising $iC0J at 133: Slo'O at same: $2T03 at lCSJf; $2DC) and $J003 at 138L: and $4000 at tbe same. Silver was dull. There t rales of American coin reported, the counter rates for which were 1.1(9132. In Mexican coin we notice a sa'e of $12'0 at 2 ,*, ^ c nt. premium for gold. Foreign exchange exhibited very little animation. The offerings were fair, especially commercial ster ling, bat as holders and dealers were unable to agree ratoe, the latter being unwilliag to purchase un*ess on conditions generally unacceptable to the former, only a limited businsss ha: bean dono, em bracing the following bills to banks and bankers: £500 clear sterling at 119; £1003 Al at 149 V £2500 first class at 150\'; £1601 bank at 15l?i: £1 03 do. at 152, and £1500 do., for direct remittance, at 153. In francs we notice sales of 15,003 Al commercial at 3.77'j, and 10.000 bank at 3.70. Sterling may be nominally quoted at 148(^148*4 for bill of lading bills, H9'3)150'j' for Al to first class, and 152'3152*4 for bank: and francs at 3.77f 2 ' for Al commercial and 3.70 for bank Domestic exchange has continued dull and in' ictive. The banks checked on New York at *3 jnt. premium, at which they drew to a modcr ite extent. The supply of commercial was less liberal, and the Mies rather restricted, including the following: 510,000, $20,COO. $20,000, $31,000. and $30,000 New York sight at lucent, premium; $10,0>0 and $10,030, at » slf $7000, and $10,00i at par. $4.00) three days' sight at premium, $10,000 fifteen dayt at ** ft cent, di count, ard $19,000 twenty days' at ' rt cent discount. The doling rates for commercial ight wero , 4 @ , 6 "f cent, prem.um. S'ocks were without animation, no sales being ported from the opening 10 the closing of business City bonds were dull and inactive, no sales trai piring throughout the day. The consolidated still quoted at 89(390, and the railroad is at 78<&80, according to the coupins. Louis sixes are quoted at E8'§60; Jackson radroad first mortgage bonds at 72®73; Jackson railroad change issues at 70®72; and Opelousas railroad first mort gage bonds at 54@55. There were no sales of uncurrent money. City treas urj notes were in fuir request and at improving rates. Bank of Louisiana notes are still quoted at -ll®43c. T8 dollar, and state treasury notes at 80(5,3:, the inside figures being the rates paid by dealers for the small sums offered at their counters. City treasury notes rule at Y cent, discount. They are the general medium of exchange in local and city trace. COMMERCIAL. Monday Evening. July 1. 1867. COTTON—Owing t» inclement we-ther and the rather discouraging tone of accounts from Liverpool, the movement to-day has been of a very restricted character throughout. The offer.ag supply wi quite meagre and extreme views were entertained t buyers and sellers, tne former contending formate rial concessions, while the latter cont.nued to mand full prices; on'y a moderate business has been 1 ' Hnsacted. comprising at the close barely 350 bales, five brokers participating in the business. The few 1 is s purchased were mostly intended for t lie comple tion of pr-Moaily unexecuted orders. We have 1 change to report in prices, the limited sales efUcted being generally at figures within the range of pre t.ous quotations, wli ch wo repeat as follows: Urdi nary 19@3B,c., good ordinary 22*4®—, low middling 24@—, and middl ng 26'®—. 152,082 OATS—Aro rcarce with a fa r demand at 8Jc. ** Ijushel. B - AN—Continues dull with only a jobbing do 1 for c - fair; $24: POllK—We noto a bolter inquiry to day, which resulted in tales of some 479 barrels, of v.nich 400 even weight, mess, in lota, at $23; do. at $23 25. and 2*3 barrels over weight mess at ,$23 50 Y barrel; full weight mess is retailing at $23 75 p barrel hACON-We note qu te a brisk j »bbing demand. prime, and $27 __________ sales to-day or 25 _____ hams in two lots at 17> a o.. 10 do. in small lots 10casks clear .-ides at MO., l i U t8c d "'fit uhoice nortnern, and l . «,20c. f4 !b for western. CHEhbK—i'uesupply is large witn only a light demand. lOOboxet now western sold at 14c. We quote western at 14&15 c. and choice uortuern at Pic. f» It.. LARD—Is dull and we have heard of no sa es. Prune in tierces is quoted at UV4l2^c, and I3(j# 13^o. -ptt> in kegs. It is retailing at 13c. in tierces __ 14c. ft lb in k... SUNDRIES— Eggs are selling on the landing at $14t#l5 p bbl., I3(;$16c. |( dozen in boxes; chickens 97(4160 dozen; geese $81^ i0 ; turkeys apples $8«a,lU ji bbl.; now onions $6(46 50; new puts toes $6 Suirf 7: old $5(^5 50 «i bbl. DRIED aPPLES—A re quoted at 8<39c. %* D». NAVAL S ORES—Spirits turpentine is selling at 45c. fl gallon. No. 1 rosin at $3 50^,4:5; No. 2 at $3 25 -,3 t*'; No 3 at $$3 Y bbl. BEANS—Are in fair .-.upply and demand at $1J$14 for western and $15^16 fi bbl. for northern. LARli OIL—We quote lard oil at $1 12* s gallon. i.KEkN MEA T—Dry salted shoulders ure selling in lots from store at 9c. fi ft. TALL' *W—Is held at9t£<Al0c. for country render ed and 10 l »c. for city reucered. Ttie last sales were at $2 IU for Ro:kland. WHISKY— Only a retail business 1,. doing at $1 75 <32 25 r* ga lou for Western rectified, and $1 4o<Al 75 fur Louisiana. STAR UANDLE8—The stock is light, with a mod erate demand. ICO boxes 12 oz. sold at Ic.^c, 9* lb. We quote: 17c. for 13 oz., 18c. lor 14 oz , aud full Jot FEE—Rio is telling in lo*s at 16' a c. j) lb go d for low to prime, and 23 j;25c. currency ; it is retailing at lc. %4 ft higher. RICE—There is no Carolina ri^e in market, and no lu iiaui first uaud , W« quota India at ll'L #llc , Louisiana at » l all'2c. V » HlttfcS—Stock ligh , demand fair at 15^16 j. for dry, 9)6(310o tor green. CORN MEAL— ledijdi; ki n dried is selling at $4 4 4 50 barrel. INDIA BAGGING—Is retailing at 25c. Y yard in rolls, 27c in hales, at wholesale 25?«c. HAL- ROPE—Is retailing at likgllc f* 1b. WOOL— Is in modera e supply and goo t demand for shipment. We quote 'tH&Ho. for washed, 10c. for burry, iH'dp21c. lor i^tuiniana native, 24a tor i merino, and 28c. for ?4 <* 7 i merino. COAL OIL— Tbe stock in cans is iV.ir while that barrels is light. There is only a mo lerate jobbing demand at 46'448c. in bbls., and «2' t <#«5c. ia uaju. MALT—Is very dull at $l'gl ft bushel lor west ern, and $1 NM for Canada. 4 HOPS—Are in small supply and demand at 65Q70c. for Liverpool fin uue, irora warehouse, $225^235 .12!^ Uoarse is held at $2 10 from warehouse, *! rr . om _ st 2 r *!- 'l urks'Island fetches 90c. CATTLE M A ItKET. City or jKr*F.iwoN, July 2 . 1867. \ ' esterday—ib2 Western beeves, 203 calves ,,n *" 375 hogs, and62 sheep 18l calves and yearlings, ai fiold—132"T 72Jiogn, 647 sheep, and 3 milcn Western Bee»es,'2<l quality, th net — -<4 __ Texas Beeves.lst quality, r* head. 50 00^, 65 ( ) Texas Beeves. 2d quality. Y head ... 30 OO'c 4o uo Texas < at tie. 3d quality Y head 15 .0 11U Hogs Y gross................ Stock tfogs Y to gross ..... ... 7 WH4 9 ou Sheep, 1st quality. ^ head.......5 W'4 6 50 Sheep 2d quality, fS ead 2 50'-4 3 5u Sheep. 3d quality r* bead *--- ~ — Mdctl Lows. Choice e* ho... Milch Uow*. f* b« W) O 'WlfO 00 _ „ • . - ............50 UK4 80 00 rexan Cows with Uxives,^ head ..... ... <4 J) 00 '' , 8 O1V4 15 (W Galvos tt head 5 it ,<4 in nn s "H he* i, tl te Marine Intelligence. OFFICE OF TI1E DAILY REPUBLICAN, Tuesday Morning. July 2, 1867. Schr Mississippian, Fernandez, for Galveston— Br schr Oriental, Otteson, for Havana W_____ Schr T J Frazier, Wells, for Cedar Keys, Fla Zercga »Yco W Goldcnbow Wm Golden bow Fla.inbal Jos Kelley Arrived K ester da v Steamslup Lillian, Westendorff, from Sabi Steamship Marip Creevy. Nickerson Aco Steamship Harlan. Lewis, fro-n Indianola and Gal master—New Bt Gladiator, Schultz, froi :c»la, New Ere. _ . _____ Frolic, Alban, from Jeff-1 Frances. Hopkins, from Mobile. 22J ult. to A M Steamship Agne*i, Bourne, from Galveston dianola, to C A Whitney Aco—1st Maria, Jnudir ACoutuned. ■ Schr DTalbo-. I'ac ka Tuorndike & Nort ini In May 3d, to kl&nd, Maine, tc 8 T E A M F. O A T 8 . Frown, Basset, from Fort Jackson, e. King, from Lockport. Quitman, Wliite, from Paducah. utta Feb 2! . Deamenreiu, .rom Bordeaux k co. : Regina, 1'obin, from Liverpool April 19, Schr Hy Travers, Richards, U days from Utilla, master. Span brig Virgenes, Burnett, 7 days from Havana, in ballast to Puig A br Below nt Qimrnntine. Salvador, Hanson, 7 days from 11a ■, 13 days from Yet Lroldenbow hr Anna K Martin. to E A Yorke Aco Master* a press by hoisting thei Marryatt' ~ The telegraph station at. Southwest Pass is pre vided with signal books and cau receive communicc tions by means ot sigual flags. B W. Oaui'N, Boarding Officer. S W Pass. ____________118 bbl _____ INDIANOLA—Schr Mississippian--1230 sks eait 30,000 shing wool P Kogsy—30-Jli empty bottles 385 head sheep ° r pKNSACOLA—Schr Fauna—1-2 bbls rosin Wari A Bro-80 do 15,000 feet lumber Huntington A Bro J bbls ro-in Lehman, Ncwgasa Aco-3 Dales wool nd sundries t hides B'L Mann A00—$120 currency H lllae $'2 00 do $2500 spic e Texas Express-$3069 d< Francke A Dannetd—$K0 do JasConnoly Aco—$3(0 do Lombard A Pom i>--129 head catt le to McQuoid, Me hie Aco—sundries to order-Total, 126 bales of cotton' . „ , , MOBILE—Steamer Francos--7a bales cotton to Puig Bros—sundries to order PENSACuLA—Schr Sunny Side—50,COO feet lum ber to order , . ,, _ , NEW YORK—Steamship Goo Cromwell—Asstil BORDE AUX-Burk Maria-Wiues etc York—Kern A it Aco—J Her ___ ______ D Holla—D Blum Aco—O ieorge—J C Rogers Aco— Wallace Aco— F. F Phelos Jbor, Atwater Aco—Van Norden Aco-S W Hoyt—S iilbert—Kursheedt A Bitnvenu-J 1 Adams Aco— b'atjo, Marks Aco—Gen A L Lee—t olC G Santelle— l.Klopman—G H Vinton—Peet, Simms Aco--S T BIism «--Rimailho A Espernan--J 11 Wright—Z -.Ipstein—A DGrieft—Levi A Shearer—M Reiman— Forcheitner Bros—K M Denman A o—Hoi/. A Bern heim—Mitched. Craig Aco-G A Fcsdick—Fo ' * Etting-E M "lirens Aco--Grover A Baker—Floyd .t Johnson—J Fiquel—M Dalsheuner—E Loeb Aco—N (.», J A G N HR—Grieif A Byrnes—Schmidt A Zeigler F. J Hart Aco—Barnes. Ward Aco— M I, Humburger Blanoaad A Guitet—Smith A McKenna—E VV Ho,Id T Dant/.iger—Order Receluta of Proilnte. ST LOUIS—Steamer Lady Gay--15 pkgi tobacco V Pessou—SO do J P Sarazin—12 hlids tobacco to Al Chaffroix A Son—3 do loratn, McRae Aco—2 do 160 bbls flour Horreil, Gayle Aco-» cases candy Post A Hobby—17 bxs eggs McFarlan. Straight Aco—5 cases tobacco S I. Nasiis A Bro—5 bbls whisky 20 tes lard to H Von Phul jr Aco—1 bdl hoops Mark, Stauffer Aco— 41 bbls flour G G Campbell Aco—42 Ethed A Thomas 2 bbls bells Biscoe A Simms-3-. bxs cheese to A D Grieff—5 tubs butter to J Romano--ICO sks malt to J A Blatter—2u7 sks oats 200 bbls flour C T Buddecke 13 pkgs mdse Ober, A (water Aco—-5 tes hams (« kej brustcr—30 do J 1* Bov kor—5 bxs mdse llloisi -25 bbls flour Alien. Wayi e Aco--95 do Pierce < I)Wight—513 sks uats l. 3 bams hay M puffy — 23 tes 0 J S AitUeus A Son-3 do tobacco W Sylvester—It scorn 1 hhos tobacco 8 tes hams lOOcksbaco bbls pork C A Whitney Aco—3 bUls beans 1 csk ' r *0 bbls api les 30 bxs cheesy T t Walker--.0 1 do Hunter, A*kew Aco—111 bbls potatoes S B Sifers 32 pkgs mdse U S Quartermaster—l bt Lb • ~ - ----- mules 537 hogs T P S DuSouchet Aco—li ^3 s 60(i do Lamb, Quinlan Aco—'222 sks bbls flour Given, Watts Aco—31 di ca—78 do Howard Prestons A Barn C E Slay back Aco—i f bt ls eggs 3 kegs butter 1 keg lard F Del Bondio—8 bbls eggs 19 bxs eggs 1 ha!' ' clue.se 3 kegs butter Schneider A Zub'M bier—50 f-bbl __________ , ____ ____ 50 bbls pork i) baFes hay G Bercier Aco—25 bbls flour 10 cks bacon C F Lauman--392 bbls flour 175 sks bran to Prudhomuie A Elliott—7t9sks c Iubau, At cock A o--120 empty bbls Page Aco—21 bbls wiitskv Howard. Prestons A Barrett-sundries *-) order—Total. 18 hhds tobacco JEFEKRbON—Steamer Erolio—41 ba'es cotton to Kirkpatrick A Keith—31 Keenan, Phifer A Norris—8 Jno Chaffe A Bro-28 A F Dunbar—8 Jurey A Hams 24 11 Ware A Son—14 Brooks, Macdonald Aco—18 to Carroll. Hoy Aco—7 W J Robson—2U L W Cooper—6 Clapp Bros Aco--6 Perkins, Swenson •00—5 do to Ober. Atwater Aco--4 Low* A Bignon——6 Hicks A Aycock—3 Payne, Huntington Aco—2 R Lloyd—2 do Rawlins A Murrell-2Speake A Buckner-1 do to Jao Pne'pa Aco—26 bead cattle Inbau Aycock A.o— Y9 do T G Noel—61 sheep Stoner A Turner—122 hides 2 rolls Lather Ware A Bro—1 bales wool J Robinson G bdla 121 rolls leatter Perkins, Swenson Aco—13 bales i30 hides Blakemore. Wooldridge Aco—5 bales hides 14 h des 2 bdl* skins 18 t.hds horns 1 do wool Weil A Levi—50 bbls beef L W Cooper—sundries to order— Total,'236 bales cotton LOCKrORT—Steamer New Era—6 bales cotton fu M Hiller Aco—500 aks cotton seed A A Maginnis-346 do J Wilson—34 pkgs eggs in coops poultry L Terre bonne—7 do 9 pkgs eggs L Surle—1 do M Deimiston 1 do J Betbancourt—1 do G Guidry—6 do F Gheroi— 1 do J Thompson—1 do C A Backhaus—3 P Grandpre 4 do 8 ba es moss. L Ltcassagne—-^5 do J G 1 ' * do J 1 Adams Aco—1 bdls OI F*SHER'S LANDING-Steamer Nira f-mints—7 bales 'joiton R t lower A Maes—6 Jno Nixon Aco—6 A Uvi-3 Lowe A Bisaon-3 Warren, Crawford Aco 2 D R Carroll Aco —1 Meyer. Deutch A Weia—1 do to Jno Watt Aco—I" bales wool 36 bales un-'ss 15 bales of rars lot eggs and sundries to order-Total, J) bales C °PADUCAH—Steamer Gen Quitmun-148 bales of cotton SU4TA Nelson—18 do Hogan A Patton—26 Lewis. Coming »re A West-28 R Pritchard—21 do to Hamilton A Dunniva--16 Yeatman A Wheeleas—13 Hunt A Macaulay—12 Morriaon, Buck Ac.)—11 do to J Burnett Aco—8 A II May—6 Barrett A LoSassier—5 Brooks, Macdonald Aco—6 Jno Williams A Son-6 to H T Lonsdale—41 '.inton A Richards—I Prothro, Ca rothers Aco—3 Pavne, Huntmgtono Ac—3 Garrard A Craig—3 K K Walker—S BUkemore, Wooldridge Aco B Levy—sundries to 2 Horreil, Gayle Aco—l Tate Aco—l Boyd A Martin j*s. Wicks Aco-1 w — - --*-- - .Phifer A Norris 1 Jeumug Keenan,Phifer A Norris-1 J P Higgins Aco-i to J T Hardie 4co-l J B Gribbta—10 hhds tobacco to Beadles. W 5 ngo A(.o -43 do Toraio, McRae Aco—13 do Pacs, Lavender A Harp«r--2t Wilson A Yourg 6 do Jno E Ki* g-6 do Waddy Thompson Aco—2 do Van. ulin McCombs Aco—2 do E C Roach Aco—1 do L Gunther Aco—l do H Knox Aco—1 J C torbes Aco 1 do Gold. Roach Ac >-l '-o Hhoit Aco--75 bbls llour U «; Campbell Aco—125 do 22 bbl* vinegar 165 ska corn 8 It Kennedy Aco—£0 tc* hams Keep A Caulfield—6 do West A Net Ueton—5 do Cobb, D dhonde Aco-30 bales h -y Hannon, Offutt Aco-!0bbls eges 3 kegs of butter Sclineiuer A Zubei bier— lotal, 34i bales cut- lrq hlide tobacco -JJCKPCBT—Si earner Alone--16 bales moss F. Heath-14 do • I j Tete-87 ska potatoes 13 bxs eggs 6 coops poultry L hurle—1 do 3 bxs eggs L Lacassagne 3 do G Gnalope—1 d • F Oherot---1 do I bdl hides 1 pkg beeswax 4 sks onions L Terrebonne—sundries to M einurunda. Capt. Vaill, of the steamship George Cromwell, reports: ne 24,1:30 p. M., 10 milei south of Cape Lookout, exchanged signals with the steamship Star of the in, hence for Philadelphia. 26tb.6:30 P. M , off Indian River, Fla , pa°sed British bark Jane Ring, of St. John, N. B., at anchor. 27tb, 3:30 p. m , i2 *ui!es of Sombrero Ligh% Fla., signalized U. t. steamer E--treJla, bound east. Captain Quick, of the steamship Mariposa, reports une 27, 20 milos north of Japete inlet, Fla, spoke bark Jane Ring, of St Johns, N B, 80 days from Gits' w, bound t ) New Orleans,: had been as far west Sand Key: was drifted back around Florida: was short of provisions; supplied her with some: wisued be reported. SPECIAL NOTICES, Office of the New Orleans Gn« Light Company, JUNE 19, 1867.—At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the New Orleans Gas Light Company held this day a dividend of Five Dollars per snare was declared out of the earnings of the past six months, payable to the stockholders or their legal representatives at the office of the Company on and after the 1st day of July, proximo. je2Q lm W. 8. BROWN*. Treasurer. Eye and Ear.-Dr. 77. L. DAVIS, Oculist and Aurist, has removed his office to the corner of Union and Dryades street j, (71 Union and 93 Dryades, where he can be consulted as heretofore on all diseases and derangements of the Eye and Ear, embracing Deafness, Hardness of Hearing, Noises in the Head, Delect of Sight, etc. inylO ly-tri sun wed. First Xiitlnnul Hunk, New Orlrann, Ne Orleans, June 26,1867.—Depositors in the First I tional Bank are requested to present their bank books immediately to be balanced. Creditors of the bank are reminded that on'y such claims as are proved and allowed will bo entitb-d to dividends. je$7fit 1 ' f IS!* _ POLITICAL NOTICES, Fourth or July In Carrollton, tlefferaon Parish.—A meeting of Radical Republican Club No. 1 was held at Camp Parapet, and the following reso lutions were adopted : Resolved, That we will celebrate the coming Fourth of July by a general procession, addresses, etc. Resolved, That wo invite all Republican organiza tions of the Parish of Jefferson to unite with u appropriately celebrating the birthday of our country —not as it has been for the Ia*t seventy years in tn< southern states, but as intended by our forefathers a day of liberty ihrougliout tho land. Resolved, The following shall be the order of the procession on the Fourth: Ail clabs meet at Methodist Church at 9 A. M., form a procession and march down to Wil'ia* Store, up that street to Canal Avenue, thence to Levee street, thence to Fort Parapet, wrhere refreshments will be provided and addresses delivered. Resolved, The following gentlemen ore invited tc address the grand meeting: Rufus Waples, Mr Wickliffe, O. J. Dunn, Air. Charles Smith. By order of the j>2 it PRESIDES T AND SECRETARY. Union Ko publican Party— CENTRAL EXECt tive Committee.— A meeting of the commute will be held at the usual place, i'oydras street, corner of Carroll street, near the Poydras Market, on TUES DAY evening, July 2, at 7% o'clock, on busines great importance. Members are requested to be punctual. WILLIAM R. MILLER, jc*30 2t President. Union League.—The Provisional GrandC cilof tbe League will meet in the Senate Chamber, Mechanics' Institute, on TUESDAY EVENING, the 2d in'-tant, at half-past seven o'clock. je.10 2t GOVERNMENT SALES. WANTED, W T1TAXTED-GOOD AGENTS, TO SELL NEW 1! edition, revised and enlarged, of Wells s Every Man Ilis Owu Lawyer and Form Book. The work 650 pages of valuable information ludis HTASTED - WATCH JEWELERS - FIRST }} class workmen who thoroughly understand setting Jewels. None l>u* competent workmen eed apply. Address B. W. Raymond, President FOR SALE. DOR SALE—ONE OF THE BEST LOCATED New Ba«in Bridge, corner Delord and Magnolia FOR RENT. rpo HOTELS. suites of'looms are well arranged and comfortably furnished, and the hoase w.li continue to be kept first-class Hotel in , r * 8 E® ct -„ _ ,8 dAw 3m ftl< IK. Proprietor. PATENT ROOFING, ETC. GO VERS M EXT 8 A I.E OF ULOT1IIXG. DnroT or Army Ciothino and Equipage, i New Orleans, La.. June 2U. l*»7. s BY H. M. VAN SOLINGEN A CO.. AUCTION oers, Office. No. 28 Carondelet street—Will be sold a public auction, on SATURDAY, July 6, 1867, at 1 o'clock, A. M., r.t the Iron Warehouse, on New Leve s.reet, between Julia and St. Joseph, under the direction of Cap'ain W. O. Hodges, military i keeper United States army, a quantity of govern ment property, consisting of— 2211 Sewed BOOTS, 2J17 Sewed SHOES. This property is entirely new. and in original c and presents a good opportunity for dealers. Terms—C ash. Payments to bo made in U. S. Treasury notes, prior to tbe delivery of the property. By order of tho Quartermaster General U. S. Array. W. G. HODGES. je20-l5t Captain and M. S. K., U. S. A, GOVERNMENT SALE. Will be sold on FRIDAY, July 5. 1867, at the Government Stables, corner of Delord and Foucber streets, a large quantity of stores for which the Gc eminent has no further use, embracing— Twenty-seven HORSES. STATIONERY. OFFICE FURNITURE, FIRE ENGINES, HOSE, etc. HORSE Mi- DICINES and VETERINARY IN STRUMENTS HARNESS. BRIDLES, SADDLES, etc. IRON. NAILS, WIRE etc. CARPENTERS' and BLACKSMI THS' TOOLS. And miscellaneous property. The sale will commence promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. on tbe day above named. Buyers should be prepared to pay for and remove property on the day of sale. By order Acting Chief Quartermaster Fifth Mili tary District. A. J. McGONNIGLL, Brevet Lieut. Col- and A. Q- M., U. S. A. price. Agents will find the busin. .. tive. It is a work wanted everywhere, by everybody— i work that an agent may enga re in the sale of as a ;iermuneut business, wi h a certainty of success, and with a Chambers o centrally located, well calculated fora hotel. A ion,,' lease can be nad. Apply at this office.—__ A llFllIUAX HOUSE, BOSTON, Is the largest aud best arranged Hotel tn the New Eng land States; is centrally located, and easy of access J C. BATH MAX, TROPICAL ROOMING MANUFACTORY*. Aad Dealer in Ceal, Charcoal, Coke, While fusd and Firewood, 224 BIENVILLE STREET, CORNER OF MARAIS. New Orleans. Orders left at the above place, or Box 53, Meehan. io«' Exchange, wiil receive prompt attention. apl8 COLLECTOR'S SALE 0E BONDED GOODS. ' ~~~ COLLECTOR'* SALE OF BONDED MEKt llAMMSE. BY H. M. VAN SOLINGEN, AUCT10NEEB.-Office, No. 28 Carondclet street. Tlie fu.lowing described MERCHANDISE having remained in Bonded Warehouse unclaimed for _ period of more than one year, wiil, in pursuance of iaw and the regulations of the Treasury Department, be sold at public auct-m at Warehouse No. I Customhouse building, Customhouse street entrance, TUES DAY, July 2d. 1867, at 12 o clock, M.: DATE OF DESCRIPTION OF IMPORTATION. VESSEL WHERE FROM. MARES. NUMBERS. MERCHANDISE. April 10 Saliie...........Sagua La Grande—None.........None.......1 barre Molasses. 1 barrel Molaabe*. 1 barrel Molasses. 1 barrel Mo'a-ses. 1 barrel Molasses. 1 barrel Molasses. Aug. l a , 23 Derby., 1863. luly 6 L'nkno 1 cask Brandy, 5<J degrees. 1 case Plante. 1 case Plants. 1 case Plants . .4 bugs Tobacco Stems. 1 case Merchandise. . .1 case Merchandise. . .1 case Glass. 1 case Pla.n Porcelain. 1 case Plain Porcelain. 9 Plain Porcelain. Plain Porcelain. 3 Plain Porcelain. . ...Rodoconachi A Co .R. D. Shepherd. ..Havre..... 1 hhd. Plain Porcelain 1 cask W u 1 cask Wit 1 cask Wit None............None.. ..Jeanne Aiice.....Havre.. .Matamoros... .Etotle de la Mer . Marseilles. Mons J'et Volkel. .Miss A. Smith. 1 cask Wine. ?6balei Flax Twine. 1 box sample Cards. ■2 bales Osnabergs, 40 1 ba e Osnabergs, 40 1 1 bale Osnabergs, 40 i 100 boxes Soda. 2 cases Cotton Cards. 1 Mattress. 1 Mattress. 1 Carriage. 1 case via a. empty, 6 doz. March 21... Atlantic....... W. K........... Also, on FRIDAY, July 5,1367, at 12 M . at WAREHOUSE No. 2 (Class 3', on Front Levee street, between nd Notre Dame streets. P. A T W. B Jc C W P W.J.S. D. A M. R 3 coils Manilla Rope. I barrel Beans. II barrels Yeast Powders. 1 boxes Yeast Powders. 9 boxes Wine. 1 box Wii Dec. 12.....Bolivian, , .0. C. B . - Harrisburg . -Tecumseh . O. D............. ..Care E. O. Hall., :.te; .Liverpool.. Abbot Reading.. 8 bales India Bagging. 2 bales India Bagging 22 coils Manilla Rope.' 1 coil Hemp Rope, tarred. 2 co is Cordage, tarred. 1 bundle Hoop Iron, 1 inch 1 trunk Personal Effects. 1 case Cotton Cards 62 boxes Prepared Veget. 21 boxes Beet Soup. 2 boxes Raisins 1 case Sparkling Wine. 1 case Personal Effects. 1 box Tin Plate! .1 case Cotton Cord. l'i barrels Bath Brick. .1 caswWine. 1 gallon. 1 case Clothing not wool 1 case Personal Effects. 7 coils Manilla Rope, 70U Also, on MONDAY, July 8, at 12 M. 9.......Nectaux...........Cardiff...... 19 . .Clara Wheeler... .Liverpool. .. 19. Lawson..........New York... 5......Neptune.......... 0.. . MaryctDellia — Bristol..... at BONDED YARD No. 3, (Brooklyn Yard j AJgiers ......... *51 bars Railroad i 3 bars Iron. 324 Brackets. WM. P KELLOGG. Co lie, ][' UNDERTAKERS. UUSES AND ( ARBI AGES PHILIP L V X C II UNDERTAKER, No# 99 S|. Charles street. Opposite St. Charles Theatre. NEW ORLEANS. idc carriages, good horses, and careful and attent drivers furnished at short notice, at any hour, day or night. Mr. Lynch attends personaliy to the prompt execu :ion of all orders. ie22 STATIONERY. K. WAG EX I! It, STATIONER, PRINTER, AKD Illituk Hook Manufaeturer, 68 Camp street, New Orleans. All kinds of Steamboat Bonks on band._an Itt PATENT MEDICINES. EAITY BEAUTY nd Silken Curls 1 B uburn, Golden. Flaxen and Silken Curls pn duced by the use of Prof. DE BKEUX'S FRISKR I.E ( HKVI'.UX. Un - applioetioa warranted to curl the most straight and stubborn hair of either sex into wavy ringlets, or heavy massive curls. Has been used by the lashionables of Paris and London with the most gratifying results. Does no injury to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $1. Do icriptive circulars mailed free. Address BE MGER. 8HUTT8 A OO.. Chemists. No. 285 River street, Troy, N. Y.. plO '67 lyeodA W bole agent-, for United States. There cometh giad t dings of joy to all. To young and to old. to great and to small: The beauty which once was so precious and tare is free tor all, and all may be fair, Y TIIE USE OF CIIASTELLAB'i WHITE LIQUID For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion. The most valuable and perfect preparation in use for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that ia only found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, fallow ss. T motions, aud all impurities of the skin, kind healing the same, leaving the skin white and clear alabaster. Its u»e oannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and, being a vegetable preparation, is perfectly harmless. It is the only article ot the kind used by the French, and is considered by the Parisian as indispensable to a peifect toilet. Up wards of 30,000 bon lea were sold during the past year, & sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price, only 75 sent*, bent by mail, post-paid, oa receipt of au or der, by BERGER, 8HUTTS A CO., Chemists. apl0-«odlyA\V 285 River street. Troy. N. V. B Tl r HI8KEB8 AND HOi'ITACHKS TV Forced to grow upon the smoothest face in from three to five weeks by nsius DR SEVIGNE'S RESTAURATEUR CAPIL1 AIRE, the most won dfcrful discovery in modern science, acting npon the Board and llai almost miraculons manner. It hasbeenused by the elite of Pans and London with the moit Battering succe» 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 is not given in every instance, the money will be _______ . jT)y refunded. Price by mail, sealed and post paid. $1. Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed treo. Address BERGER, 8HUTTS A GO.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. T. £AU11 ART, ATTORNEY AT LAW. X'o. 69, Canal Street, ® New Oriei JOHN £. UOCLAND ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA W U. S. COMMISSIONER. RA ...........Exchange Alley..............a (Near the corner of Customhouse street.) Residence—No. 76 Hospital street, New Orleans. Room (17,) No. !3 St Charles bt NEW ORLEANS. Reuben E. Fenton, New York: Hon. S. L. Woodford. J 8. WIIITAKEK ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 17.................Camp street............... 37 (Over First National Bank,) NEW ORLEANS. op!7 ly C.ILUEBT MOYERS, Late Lt. CoL 3d Mich. Ca*'. Late of the Army. jyjOYEB8 A DEDBICK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, —AKD— Licensed United States Claim Agents, No. 5 ST. PETER ST.. NEW ORLEANS, LA., (Opposite Jackson square,) —AND— No. 46 NORTH COURT ST.. MEMPHIS, TENJf. Prosecute to collection all kinds of claims against the United States. Special attention given to sol- diers' and sailors' claims for bounty, arrears ot pay, and prize money; invalid pensions, widows' pensions, ---*---•*------'"■'ns of officers )thtr claims recover alt "We are permitted to refer to many prominent men D ?' DR I CK ' u , %u% feel it a duty to say to them that » ••• -* * ] K. MAYXABD, (LATE OF WEST I, Feliciana )Notary Public. Real Estate, aud Gen eral Commercial Agent, will be found at-No. 118 Common street, between Camp and Su Uharles, New Orleans. Will promptly attend to alt notarial business for his friends and the public in this city, er for those coming from the country who may favor him with business in the above specialities. Also, to the purchase, sale, and renting of stores, dwellings, and other real estate, and collection or rent# for residents or absentees. Orders for the purchase of any kinds of merchan dise and plantation supplies attended L>, as usual for my country customers. The colored people of the country parishes being often the victims of sharpers and unprincipled money inclosed in a letter through the po^toflice, addressed to me, glass box No. 931, New Orleans. ▲ penny saved is s penny earned. Remember, No. 118 Common street New Orleans. aolSeodAW AMUSEMENT jji I K 8 T W ABB 1Cn<1 leal Republican l*ieiiio» htii-s ay und Friday. July 4 and 8, FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE FIRST WARD RADICAL REPUBLICAN CLUB8 J. H. Meilleur, Sunlor Bonner. Eliis Oliver, Geo. W. Mader, COMMITTEE OF RECEPTION. Petci Joseph, John L. Brown, B. L Brown, J. H. Kelly. G. M. Wtckliffe, Gen. J. H. Sypher, Rrichard C. Baylor! S L. Brovin, Solomon Moses, James Quinn. Pierre Lou s, Cabron West. w.ifss j: 1 F. G. Llorens, Williant Herreford, Gei. E. Yerrington, Nathaniel Paige, .T. H. Ingraham, Geo. Caustiey, Alonzo Jamison, AT TWELVE O'CLOCK* ON THE FOURTH w Tbe^ 11 Emancipation Proclamation" will be read bg John L. Brown, Esq . and the " Dec a --- J ----- * " *' * * "■ pendence of the Un ted States" by tbe Hon. Charles Smith, when an Address appropriate to the occasion will be delivered by the Hon. H. C. Warinouth. The Refreshment Stands will be s., *. „„ «« bidder on TUESDAY, July 2. at No. 74 St. Thomas street, at half pas: seven o clock. jeStttd jjl'TH MUSIC HALL 167 GRAVIER STREET. engagement of the great Irish Comedian an Clog Dancer, MR. JAMES FORREST. NED. CLIFFORD. The Popular Ethiopian Comedian. MISS JULIA THOMPSON, B&njoist and Gu'tariat; Appear nightly at the RUTH MUhIC HALL, No. 167 Gravier street. JOHN P. BECKER, my 22 _ Pj oprietor. JJOB HART'S............. liOH HARTS OLYMPIC MUSIC HALL, 74 ► 1. ( buries Street, Tne Great Popular Resort of the massea. THE MAMMOTH VARIETY COMBINATION appear every night iu a programme replete with all the choicest gems of MINSTRELSY. PANTOMIME, FARCE, BALLET, Etc. Open Every Night! Admission, 50c.; Colored Gallery, 25c.: Beys' Gallery. 25c.; Private Boxes, $6. ap2Q Mhall POLITAN free concert ■ Evening at No. 97 St. Charles street. ........................Stage Manager. ox..................Leafier of Orchestra. ug and * very Evening during the Week. w - - - crowned with success. Engagement of Mr. Tom Vt arfield, the pleasiug banjoist and general nt-rformer Grand Male and Female Minstrel scene. Miss Dora Shelley, in new and pleasing Comic and Sentimental Songs. Mile. Cherrie, in her Challenge Jig. Tom (,'Iannon. in an extraordinary budget « ' A TO THE COLORED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN There will be a GRAND FOURTH OF IULY EX CURSION at Kennt-rville, on the Jackson Road, where pleasure seekers can enjoy themselves by FISHING, BATHING, or DANCING. A splendid Cotillon Band will be on hand. Trains start at nine A. M., and return early in th« evening. Excursion tickets two dollars ; children under twelve years half price. t A.jStmon^s Bookstote, 85 Baronne street, ______al* _______ Benard, Robert Rogers, W. K. Robinson. The privilege ot Refreshment Stands tor sale. WILLIAM BUTLER. J p 23 lw _Chief Manager. STEAMBOATS. Leaves every alternate TUESDAY at 5 P. M. FOR CAIRO, MEM PHIS,VICKS | burg, Natchez, Grand Gulf, Rodney. St. Joseph. Waterproof, Fort ■ Adams, Ba>ou Sara, Baton Rouge, -------ville—The new magnificent passen ger packet Robert £. Lee, William B. Richardsoh, Master. Wil Heave as above. Leaves every alternate TUESDAY at 5 P. M. CAIRO, MEMPHIS, GREENY ILLS, VICKS BURG, NATCHEZ. AND NEW ORLEANS REG ULAR TUESDAY U. S. MAIL PACKET. General John A. Qullman. J. M. White. Master, ftr ?.WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FOB I Cairo, Memphis, Greenville, Grand »-1- --------- * ■ ton. Skip* Goodrich » Lake. Princeton, Ashton, Skii> BMHMBBwith's, Pre'idenco, Goodrich'* ding, .Mitt ken's Bend, Vicksburg, Nate Hen, Grand Gulf, Rodney, St. Joseph, Waterproof. Fort A a ms. Bayou Sara, Baton Rouge, and Donaldsonr tide. . S. The above steamers connect at Vicksburg with packets for Yazoo, Tallahatchie, Deer Creek and Sunflower rivers, and will take freight through th the privilege ot reshipping. * ■ssage on the above steamers apnh GEORGE D. HITE 4 CO., ,boJi A..BRITTON*cfeV T te5SS| rt ~ fc CKLLOh A G WARTNEY, 5io. 39 Gravter street. P. S. Extra cars wid De added to trams leaving nd Cairo for the accommodation of pae sengers by above steamers. Iberville, E. F. Gross, master, I G. Landry, clerk. Will leave regularly as above. J. b. RELF, 40 Canal street. J. J. COMAUX, 4 St Louis street, P. S.—A clerk will be on (he lundmg, foot of Cont street, daily, to receive freight, and Dills of ladis signed on days of departure at the Agent's office. ap20 NEW YORK AND BREMEN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. • FOB BKRHEN VIA SOUTH. •viupton— 1 The first-class U. S. Mail Steam ships Atlantic, Huldc, Westers Metropolis, and Northern Light, sailing SAT URDAYS from Pier 46, N. R., for f'outhampton and Bremen, taking passengers to Southampton, Lon don. Havre and Bremen at the following rates, payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency. (To London or Paris $5; Hamburg $j additional.) t. cabin, $110; second cabin, $65; steerage, $3L _n Bremen, Southampton, and Havre, to Nsw York ; h irst cabin. $110; second cabin, $75; steerage, $43. Excursion tickets out and home: : cabin, $2!0; second cabin, $130; stee.-age, $70, *' nd Bremen—June 1. ------- --------------; 10 and M, Septem ber 7 and 21, October 5 and 19, November 2 and Id. Cor M.ht or f ^ G ' &LAND Agent for New ( rleans, 64 klagazine st. ISAAC TAYLOR, President apll ly 40 Broadway, New York. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. W H. PEMBEttTON.KO. 158 POT dr as street, between St. Charles and Caroa delet streets, New Orleans, Wholesale and Retell Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oil*. Colors, -----.— hae in store e large ........11 sell Varnishes, Glass, etc., _____ __ assortment of the following Goods, which he will Low Prices, either Wholesale or Retail— White Lead of the best brands, French and Amer ican Zinc. Oil of all kinds Venetian Red and Span ish Brown, Yellow Ochre, a Variety of the best Var nishes. French Window Glass, Stove Polish. Bat i, Soaps, and Cotton Marking and Writing Ink. CABINET MAKEES. JAMES C'BELLIX — CABINETMAKER axo UNDERTAKER, No. 132 Camp street. New Orleans. METALLIC CASES for transportation, alway mm hand. Metallic. Mahogany, Black Walnut, and aU other kinds of COFFINS constantly on hand, and! trimmed to order. CARRIAGES AND CABS TO LET. Ail Orders promptly att*a u *d to at reasonably prices. api7 3m