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I KIfS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Iranees, Hopkins, cars. 4 p. U.
| Places—Camelia, Blakesloe, cars, 12 M.
| Places—Laura, Walker, cars. 9 A. M.
I Places—Creole, Walker, cars. 9 A. M.
k—Rose 1 Tanks, Dugas. 5 P. M.
k—Cuba, Boardman, 5 P. 31.
Mittie Stephens, Kellogg, 5 P. M.
-Emma No. 2, Smnott, 5 P. M.
-Hnora, Muse. 5 P. M.
Grey Eagle, Whito, 5 P. M
Mohawk, Arnold, 5 P. M.
'ver Intelligence.
BLEAKS REPUBLICAN OFFICE,
Tt KriDAY. August 27. 1867.
jr last report the business on the
ling has been quite languid, and
;,cs yesterday afternoon seemed
erted even by the regular hab
are observable at all times,
re exceedingly dnll to all points,
td river trade is surfeited by the
age in port for that destination,
ut Mohawk and five barges loaded
ice, from St. Louis, will be found
diug this morning discharging
ers W. It. Arthur and Common
) from 8t. Louis, are due to day,
ther has for the last forty-eight
autumual in its character, very
and mornings, while the sun at
as terribly hot. It would be well
'cclimated to be cautious in un
exposure, as sickness and death
evalent in our midst.
Ices from Our Western Ex
changes.
^ Louis Times of the 22d instant
ou the leyce was dull and
>e scarce for nearly all points,
mboatraeu arc expecting a good
ut business is not yet showing
ms of improvement.* The river
fall at this poiut at about the
or three inches per day. The
* ~ 7Pi k.frUtog from St. Paul
11 maintains a good stage,
ri is fulling, with four feet to St.
ie Tate will not load for Red
resent. The Pauline Carroll,
ite, leaves for New Orleans to
Virginia. Captain Duble, being
y detail ed, leaves for New Or
y at four P. M. She will be
' the Clara Dolsen. The Bee and
c for New Orleans Saturday.
Ciuciunati Enquirer of the 22d
e following:
r is again on tho decline here,
m about five inches at six o'clock
g. The total rise was about
es. A dispatch from Gallipolis
at noon reported a fall of three
;e, and very heavy rains the
ious. Four feet is reported on
"" Boats hare no trouble
was not so active as might be
2® the fact that several steam
the regular packets would take
»-ure ; out still it was better than
Pville Democrat of the 22d inst.
was swelling a little last even
feet eleven inches water in
The recent rains seem to have
le effect upon it at this point.
" lively yesterday. The weather
jnd damp, with prospects of
Thunder and lightning! let us
*»u. Another **blast "Tike yes
oopn will do for a while,
phis Avalanche ot the 23d has
uitay and cloudy, with prospects
5 river is receding steadily, with
tit to Cairo, and eight feet six
there to 8t. Louis.
°Jtw° boats in port receiving
■-hlch there is a plentiful scar
Flppi, from New Orleans for St.
— U P yesterday morning.
Arthur, late river reporter of
^r-- ('Gtette, lately received a
the war depiartment, signed U.
—£**ry ol war ad interim # nc*
of his appointment as second
- second United States cav
numerous friends of Lieutenant
be glad to hear of his good
* not distant city, the wife of
city fathers presented her hus
. children at a birth. The
" - er took his little daughter.
' "S*. to se« her new relations,
at the little beings a few mo
n * to her fatlier. she In
' "* r° u K° ln S to
rwa/ord Mtrvury.
Monetary and Commercial.
MONETARY.
NEW ORLEANS REPUBLICAN OFFICE, ,
Monday Evening, August 26,1867. S
The general market has been attended with little
activity, with no change of a reportable character to
be noticed in any of the leading branches of trade.
The movement in cotton has been restricted, the
great disparity between the views of buyers and sel
re in connection with the limited character of the
pplies preventing the consummation of Any trans
actions of moment. Hence the transactions have
been light, aggregating 350 bales at pricei generally
within the range of previous quotations, but on the
whole disclosing a softer feeling.
In sympathy with the course of the New York
market ooin has continued buoyant throughout.
old opened nominally at 139%'5140, against 140% in
Wall street, but subsequent advices being more
favorable, it stiffened, and closed firm at about 140%.
The offerings were rather light, and as the disposi
to operate was restricted the sales have been
confined to the following: $2000, $2000, $3500, and
$10,000 at 140; $12,000 at the same; $1000 at $140%
and $5000 at the same rate. There was a fair demand
for silver, but as the supply was light, the sales have
been rather limited, comprising $800 in American
halves at 132%: $1500 do. at 133, and 500 Mexicun dol
lavs at 143%.
We have few transactions to report in foreign ex
change. Owing to the restricted movement the
pply of commercial bills was light, and as private
drawers were unwilling to sell unless at rates in ad
9 of dealt rs' runs, the business has been nec.
essarily restricted, being confined to the following
negotiations to banks and bankers: £1000 A1 sterling
151; £1000 and £3300 at 153%; £700 first class ut 154;
£•000 at the same, and £510 bank at 1541,. In francs
Dtice sales of 15,000 bankers' at 3.62%, and 25,000
do. do. at 510 for gold. Sterling may be nominally
quoted at 151(3152 for bill of lading bills; 153®153%
for A1 to first class, and 154%@155 for bank, and
francs at 3 67% for A1 commercial, and 3 65®3.62% for
bank.
Domestic exchange has been quiet, with no mate
&1 variation in rates. The banks continued to
check on New York at % ri cent, premium; few, how
being willing vo draw' for round amounts at
this figure. The counter demand was moderate.
Ths supply of commercial was fair, and the sales
rather liberal, including $2000. $3000, $7000, $10,000,
$10.00/. $2o,000. and $25,000 New York and Boston
t at % ri cent, premium, $8000 at 5-16, $4000, $5000,
$6000, $6000, and $3",OCO at %, $35,000 bank check, at
$5000 five days' at par, a small amount of fifteen
days sight at % 14 cent, discount, and $15,000 thirty
days' at %. The closing rates for commercial were
-35 16 and % >4 cent, premium.
The stock market was dull and inactive.no sales
being reported from the opening to the close of
business.
City bonds were inactive, no sales transpiring
throughout the day. The consolidated are still quoted
at 66&88c. and the railroad issues at 76®78c., accord
ing to coupons; Louisiana sixes are quoted at [email protected];
Jackson railroad first mortgage bonds at 70®72;
Jackson railroad change issues at 70®72c.; and
Opelousas railroad first mortgage bonds at 54®55c.
In uncunent money we noticed sale* of $3000 c ty
treasury notes, large, at 88c. ri dollar, and $2000 state
notes at 74%c. Bank of Louisiana notes are quoted at
43Q44c. ri dollar, acd state treasury notes at 71®76c ,
the inside figures being the rates paid by dealers for
the small sums offered at their counters. City treasury
notes were held firmly by holders, although under
going no quotable improvement. The small issues
ruled at 3%@4% 1* cent, discount, and the large a -
11C 12, an i 13c.
C OM II KKC'l AL.
Monday f
GOTTON-The movem
htricted, being confined
parties for the complet ion
:mso, August 26, 1867.
it to-day has been i
350 bales taken by a ft
of previously unexecuted
orders. The market, owing to the diminished stock,
was scantily supplied, and factors firmly adhered
to previous demands, while buyers, on the other
hand, in view of the marked depression prevailing
at New York and Liverpool, were unwilling to go
on unless at concessions, wh'ch failing to obtain
they mostly withdrew from the market. Prices
indicated no real variation, although, on the whole,
the tendency was to a less firm feeling. With the
above remark* we repeat previous quotations as fol
lows : Ordinary, 21®23c.: good ordinary 21c.®-; low
middling, 26%c.®-, and middling. 28%c.
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on band Sept. 1st, 1866—bales......... 102,082
to-day...................... 217
to-day...................... 217
........ 766,122
age!*, samples, etc..
Stock on hand and on sh
TOBACCO-We have no
under this heading. There
improvement to report
the growing crop, buyers were obliged to defer t,
execution of their orders, not permitting them
pay the rates required. Hence, no sales of iranoi
auce have been effected, in tbe absence of whicn \
repeat previous quotations, as follows:
Light.
Inferior lugs and trashy..... 4 ® 4%
Good lugs..................4%<4 5c.
Inferior to common leaf.....6%® 7%
Medium leaf — t............8 <*10%
leaf...............11 ®13c.
leaf.......................13%®15, l ;
IrU 1W1.
4%® 5c.
5},® 6c.
7 ® 8> e t
9 ®U%<
12 «13%<
14%®18c.
18%®21c.
to. l
4 hhd.
Choice selections.. .*........16%® 18%c.
FREIGHTS—Continued dull and unchanged. The
offerings wera very light, being confined to a few
trifling engagements for coastwise shipment. The
follows: 1%C. n> for cotton bi steamer
■k and Boston, and lc. to Philadelphia:
. 'or corn, 90c. 14 bbl. for tlour, $1 25 'ri bbl.
for pork, and $10®11 %4 hhd. for tobacco. By steamer
to Liverpool, \,d. 14 th for cotton, and 60s. ......
tobacco; by hail to Liverpool. %®9-16d.
ton, and 42s. 6d. V- hhd. for tobacco. By t><
l%c. lt» for cotton.
ARRIVALS FROM THE WEST-Thero hav
been no arrivals from the west since our last report.
SUGAR—We have no change to repoTt in the mar
ket for Louisiana sugar. The stock on hand is lignt
and with only a moderate inquiry. The transactions
to day have been confined to a few small retail lots at
i5%®15%c. for fully fair; 15%® 16c. for prime to
choice: 16%c. for choice; 17^>l7)^c. for yellow
clarified,
There '
17 %® 18c.
for
little inquiry foi
bugarto day, luHulting in sales of 280 boxes No. 13 on
private terms. It is retailing in hhds. at 13%®13%c.
f4 ft for good fair. 14%o. for fully fair; in boxes at
12%®l3%c. 'ri for Nos. 12 and 13; 13%®14%c. for
12%® 13%c. 'ri for N
Nos. 14 and 15; 15®15 :
®16%c. for Noe. J9
for Nos. 16 and 18 and 15
MOLASSES—There have been no receipts from
the coast since our last report. There is very little
Louisiana molasses in first hands, nearly all the re
cent receipts having been sold. It is quoted at 60o. 'ri
gallon. Cuba molasses is very dull, and only a re
tail business in doing at52%®66c. V gallon. It is held
by the cargo, at 50®51c., aitnough it may be bought
tor less Some parties quote it at [email protected] "ri gallon.
FLOUR—There has been only a moderate degree
of activity in this market, 'there is a little firmer
teelii g on the part of some holders, but buyers
seem ditrpoaed to await the arrival of an
ticipated early receipts before making purchases
to any extent. Tho tales to-day were confined to 734
bbls., of which 50 double extra. 335 choice extra, in
one lot, on private terms; 75 superfine and 100 do., in
everal lets, ut $9: 125 single extra at $9 50 ; 50 choice
' 4 bbl. We quote $9« 9 25 for su
' for single extra; $i0'<> 10 25 for
unwillingness of purchasers
to operate at present high prices. The sales, in
consequouce, sum up only 1300 sacks, of which 200
yellow, 200 white mixed, 400 white, and 500 white and
white mixed at $1 25 ri bushel.
OATS—The market H firm with a light stock and a
fair inquiry- Sales to day 4C0 sacks, in lots, of which
300. 150, at 70c. %4 bushel.
BRAN— 1 There has benn an active export demand
for this article. The supply on hand is very much
reduced, and prices are firm and advancing. The
trade at $1 15; 700 in good order, at $1 fO ri 100 t?>s.;
and 462 ou private terms. On Saturday, not reported,
about 5000 sacks were taken for export at $1 20 ri 100
lions are dull and nominal
LA—
jobbing demand. We quote
LARD—Is quiet with a fair supply and a moderate
**' * J *" * a jobbing way U®l4%o.
..... -- ir lb in
in bbls.: 14®14%c. in tierces and 14%®l5c. per t
kegs. A lot of 30 tierces prime sold to day at 14c.
CORN MFAL-A lot of SObbl*. kiln dried soli
...... ..................... sold to
~^UU?KY—There ie a good stock of western on
hand, but that of Louisiana is light. There is, how
ever, only a retail demand for either. We con
tinue to quote western in bond, 35®40c., and 25c. »4
ga'lon for Louisiana.
COF FEE—There Is a fair stock on hand, about
two-thirdaof which, however, consists of the lower
grades. The demand is fair, but principally for the
higher deecriptions. We quote 23%®26%c. ri 16. cur
rency, and Ie%®l8%o, gold, lor low fair to strictly
prime.
RICK—1
quoted at _ ____ _ ______
light supply, with only a moderate demand, at 10®
li%c. India is selling at 9%®10%c. ri R*
STAR CANDLES—There has been considerable
inquiry lis this market during the past tjgo days,
9 Carolina i
ich, added________________B _
caused prices to advanoe %c. >' R>. The sales
- . . I, • ' '
i to the favorabl*
-----.rioea to advanoe
a day embrace 350 boxes, in lots,
--------------- - --- ____ -i ask
ing 17® 17%c. for 12 oz., L9c. for 14 oz., and 23o. for full
w g^kf:n MEAT—Dry salted shoulders are retail
ing in lots from store at 12%c. ri 16
BALE ROPE—Is retailing at !0®10',« W lb.
INDIA BAGGING—Is Arm with a tair stock and a
moderate demand at 27c. %4 yard for round lots. It
is retailing at 26c. in rolls, and 27%®23c. "ri yard in
SUNDRIES—Eggs are selling on the Landing in
barrels at $12®14, and U<y-I6c. ** dozen in boxes;
chickens, young, at $6®5 50 V dozen; old at $6 50®$;
geese. $8® 10; turkeys, $26®30; potatoes, bt. Louis,
in sacks. $1 75®2: in baireisr$fM®a SO; potatoes,
Louisville, in barrels, $4-44 25 onsona, $6 »®7: ap
plet. $$®4 90 cabbages ri W0 $15*30.
WOOL—Is in fair supp'y and fairdenwinl for ship
ment. Me quote wasnod 27®30c.; burry 10® 12c.;
Louisiana native I8(«».21c ; Texas %®% merino 24c,
and %®% merino at 26®26c. 1* It).
HIDES—The stock is light, but there is only a
moderate demand. We quote 10®10%c. for green,
and I5®l7c. ri ft for dry.
VINEGAR—Cider is selling at 22%®25c.: Cincin
nati grape at 25®27%e.; French white wine at 75c. V>
gallon.
iSALT—Is in light supply and demand. We quote
from store coar-o at $2 2U®2 i.0, and $2 10 for round
lots from warehouse: hoe from store $2 25®2 45, and
$2 15®2 20 for round lots from warehouse.
UHakSE—1 he stock on hand is very large, and
the demand moderate. We quote 13®lic. for west
. and 15® 18c. ri 1b for
i fair
in large
nquiry. We quote
l 18022c. 14 lb for
• moderate supply and demand
MALT—Is very dull at $1®1 80 ri bushel tor west
rn, und$l 9 ®2 for Canada.
HOPc—Are in small supply and demand at 65®70c.
elling in lot£ at 4®6c
tbut firm, with a
; demand. Later
_ _____ ...______ .. . -id< rabie inquiry,
ind holders obtained an advance of 25c. ri bb'. lor
$2ii 25 f* bb'. It i
$26 50®*; 75.
held in a jobbing way t
BACON—Is firm, with a light supply and fair job
bing demand. There were sales to-day of 46, 50, and Id
tcs. choice sugar cured hams at 22%c.; 10 do. at
23c.: and 6 casks clear sides at 17,%c. r 1 lb. We quote
in a jobbing way 13%®14c. for shoulders; 1?%® 18c.
J " ~ - * ~ r-cured
CATTLE MARKET.
s l.'attie, 3d qu&'ity ri head..
Hogs s4 lb gross
Stock Hogs 14 head ............
Sheep, 1st quality, 14 head.......
Sheep, 2d quality, p ead
Sheep. 3d quality. 14 head
Milch Cows, choice 14 head ....
Milch Cows. 14 head ............
Texas Cows with Calves, ft head..
Yearlings. 14 head...............
Calves 14 bead..............
Goats, p head .................
--®--
--®--
- -® 45 00
30 00® 40 00
. no® 20 oo
..--® 9 00
. 2 50® 3 50
1 50 ® 2 00
.--®100 00
. 50 00® 80 00
..--® 20 00
. 7 00® 15 01
Marine Intelligence,
Cleared Yesterday.
Br schr Village Belle, Hunter, for Belize, Ifon—
York 17th
Schr Billy But
Arrived Yeaterday.
orge Cromwell. Stannard, from New
■» A Moulton—2d dist
to A Moulton—2d dist
....... ..... _ Howitt. from Havana, t<
A Agar—Point
;harlotte, Pepper, from Pensacola, to ma
New Basin
Schr Planet. Rosetto, from Pcnsacoia. to ma
New Basin
TOWBOATS.
Mohawk, Arnold, from St Louis, with 5 barges
STEAMBOATS.
A G Frown. Bassett, from Qu
Arrived Sunday.
arrivals from sen reported.
8TK A M BO AT8 .
Elnora, Watson, from Shreveport.
~ tier, from Fisher's Landis,
Hunter. Jeanfrati, from Ppinte a hi liache.
. Troxlei
___nfrau, fi
. Hopkins, from Mobile.
ntln
ntln
Below at <*
Steamship Harlan. Lewis, from Indianola and C
ve.ston, to U A Whitney Ju ~
Bark Milton, Crabtree. 11 d.
k miu»u, »• ........Havana.
Chaffraix A Agar-Cargo, 167 hhds sugar 3210 b
Chaffraix 4 Agar
schr Salvador, Hanson, from Havana, to Wm
Goldenbow—Cargo, 780 bxs sugar 12 tcs 21 hhds
molasses A Thompson Aco
,r T .1 Frazier, Wells. 5 days from Havana, to
Chaffraix A Agar—Cargo, 602 bxs sugar Chaffraix
A Agar
_________ _______, . from
, .j W Wakefield
r Robusto, Priesto. 11 days from ^
Schr Independence. Parsons, 10 days
Ci
Masters <
Will confer a favor upon i
signal numbers (Rodgeri
......_ p within five miles of Soutnw
By this means their arri
hours in advance of the
tain their names.
The telegraph station
o press by hoisting their
Marryatt's Code)
_______________Pass Bar.
al will be reported several
requires to ascer
s by means of signal flags.
lumber 6000 shingles 32 bbls flour 5 firkii
-ases w ine 1 tihd tobacco and sundries
ST LOUIS—Steamer Olive Branch—445 hhds sugar
73 bxs sugar 84 crates earth
kNSAOOLa—S chooner Charlotte—25.000 feet of
lumber to Sanford A Black
PENSACOLA—Schooner Planet-25,000 laths 28,
UOOfeet lumber Mason Aco—31,000 do K it Garland
H A VAN A—Schooner Billy Butts—27 hhds sugar
537 bxs nugar to Chaffraix A Agar
MOBILE—Steamer Frances--38 bales cotton i
Huntington A Bro—18 do Scott Bros—Total, 56 bales
C'entignei
. __ ____.hip George Cromwell, from New York—
T 11 A J M Allen—J S Aitkens A Son—A A M SS Co
F A vet A Chambon—Arthur, Stone Aco—J J Albert
K J Adamson—Barnes, Ward Aco—D Blum, Stern A
co—Blancand A Guitet—G W Bancker Aco—Blakelf
_________________ _ _____________—Blakely
A Hogan—Blelock Aco—Blanchin A Giraud— F Bel
den—T G Brown—G Brown—J M Burrows—J Bern
Calm A Biotim—H T Coffee Aco-- C Caspar Aco—A
i hapaky—J A <; Cromwell—Capt W P Cockery—P J
Chr stian-W P Converse jr-Dreyfus Aco— Denier
ritt A Debreuil—Devan A Mason-Darcy A Wheeler
Dart A Watkinson—Durel A O'O—N Dalsheimer A«
J C Downing—T Dan/.iger—P Dwyer—D Dowd—B t
r Bros—Ii Folsom Aco—
Dutemau—(J Drryfua—fiaton A Barstow—Elkin Aco
K Kichelberger—Z Hpstein—-F H Eatel Aco—
citco A Wiggins— Forcheimei
E J Forstall A So " 1
Butt. Flash A cyon-nscuer x n — __ . ~
i Aco—Jno Plielps Aco—Folger Aco—J l leming
TFitzwilliams—G A Fosdick—J G Fleming—P Foley
J Frann—b Frank—R Froi-scher—G I* Fevre—J lei
rath— C Frances—GrieIf A Byrnes— F A II (ioldstein
Gueble A Nippert—A D Gneff--S H Goet/.el Aco—
A B Griswold Aco—Griffin Aco— Lehman, Godchaui
Aco—F t.oldsmith—A Guesnard--P Gogarty—J M
Gould—E Giquel—O George—N Goldstein—A Gaiser
P Gallager—N (> Gullett--LGrunewald—W C Gra
ham—Horter, Peterson A Fenner—Hogan A Patton
A Henderson. Peald Aco—Hoffman A Marks—Hern
stailt A S—Harrison A D-llunn A Frederickson—P
Herzog—Hill A Veazie—FI J Hart Aco—Geo D liite
Hull A Briggs--J T ilurdie Aco-Jos Hoy—Hoi/.
Blohm Aco—D Hurley—J Hurley-D H Holmes—V
Hebert—I (' Harris—S Hernsheini—J U Hiller—C G
I) Holla—C Jaubcrt Aco—Joseph Aco—Kahn, II Aco
Kearney, Blois Aco—Koch A Dreyfus—Kern A Foil
man—Kirkpatrick A Keith—Keep A Ilogan—S Kai
ser—,1 Kennard Aco—M Kaufman Aco—Lehman. B
Aco—Levi, Miller Aco—Lyons A btevens—Levy A S
Levi A B—Lacour A P—W G Lyons Aco—J Lovois A
co—W II Letcliford Aco—C E Leverich—W Leverich
J Lorenzo—A Lanau/e--Mrs M Levy—M Lion—M
Lafrane—A Lanata—U loertler—G La/.ard—G Loeb—
G Lam— McStea, Value Aco— McCutcheon A liubbel
Meyer, Deutch A Weis-T L Matthews Aco—J H
Massey Aco—J Morse Aco--J B Murison Aco—J W
Aco—V Oemichen--Payne. Huntington Aco—j B
Pignioli—Pierce A Dwight—Price, Hine A Tupper—
Pothotf A Knight—E C Palmer Aco—A C Perkins A
Phelj
FIxpresa—Schneider A Zubetbier—Schmidt A Zeigler
Stevens A Seymour—Sanford A Black—Snmm A Loeb
Stetson A Armstrong—Soper A C—Stern Bros—M W
Smith Aco-C E Spencer Aco--S Sing A Son—J B
Schiller—H Spiro Aco—H Stomherg Aco—A Sarrat A
* ' ** ° * -'z Aco—E Sherman Aco—
lerer—Thos Schorr—W C
W E Thompson—L Uter
_______.___ _ Benthuysen Aco—Weil
_ _ H Valeton Aco—'Vincent Aco— Wilson A B—
Wheelock, Finlay A Ball—H Ware A Son-Wolff A
oo—L Stern Aco—P Sob __
K Seigel—L Schwarz—J Scherer ^Thos Schorr—W C
Tompkins Aco—A Schwml
W Van Benthuysen—F V
A Br.
Wheelock. Finlay A Hu. — ..j------- — -
Bro—Weif A Wolff-II A Wnedock Aco-J O Wiloox
Wallace Aco—C l- Walmsley Aco—C A Whitney Aco
J S Wallis—S M Wbelpley—C Wingart-F Wagnvr
H R Yenni—Order
i 77 sks oats 110 bbls tlour 100 bbls n
Glover A Odendahl—too do J H Oglesby Aco—612 do
20 bbls oil Jas Connoly Aco—265 bbls flour 118 bales cf
hay Ethell A Thomas-921 sks oats 2iiU bbls tlour to
Keep A Caulfield—716 do 970 sks bran Prudhomme A
Grace—200 bbls flour C T Buddecke—161 bbls flour to
Hamilton A Dunnica— 308 do *279 sks corn 175 sks bran
Kehlor A Updike—100 bbls flour 7 pkgs bacon 13 bd!s
twine 41 coils rope 106 tcs lard 400 kegs lard 32 tcs of
hams75 bbls potatoes57 bbls onions Cobh t Dolhonde
co—75 bbls flour 70 bbls meal Clinton A Richards— .'56
bb»s meal Chenowetb, Casey Aco--101 bbls meal to
G W Byrne Aco-168 sks oats 172 bales hay C D Bar
ker—41 sks oats Lacey, Terry Aco—338 bales hsy to
Hitchcock^A Quinlan—^216 bales hay^Burse^Aco—50
r A D Grief!—
slard i
________ _______J E Viilevaso Aoo-100
bbl* meal 20 firkins butter 206 sks corn J T Moore—10
bbls beef Gnfet A Bro--116 bbls potatoes O F Lau
man—130 pcs bagging ?5 sks barley 50 bbl* potatoes
20 bbls apples C A Wcitnsy Aco—29 do 8 B bifere—14
do 1$ bbls eggs 1 kegs buiter Miller A Meyer—49 half
bbl» beer Geo Eimor—28 bdls twine Bower A Gsrner
iche——58 bbls fireciayto
L Stevenson—24L feet lum
*»yarn J h
j A Whee
less—204 sks corn 170 bbls flour Went A Kettleton—370
bbls flour 50 hhds tobacco 'I orain, McRae Aco—15 do
Wilson A Young—10 Jno E King—3 cases tobacco G
D Brown—2 do H Spiro Aco-10 do S Uern-heim—3
do Lichenstein Bros Aco—3 hhds tobacco l(/l bbls of
tlour Kirkpatrick A Keith—2M) bbls flour 200sks bran
B M Turnbull—181 skp oats S M Barton Aco—82 do to
Howard, Prestons A Barrett-2 hhds tobacco to
Hiakemore, Wooldridge Aco--4 do 4 pkgs lard to
L Gunther Aco—1141 tcs hams Hewitt, Norton Aco—72
j'-ks oats 8 bbls mpal 4 bbls eggs 65 bbls potatoes to
P G O'Riley—714 bbls potatoes 32 bbls onions 20 bbls
flour J G Greve—8i) bbls potatoes Maitei-174 do to
bairebild A Bingh m—13 bbls potatoes Thos Keefe
11 bbis eggs 16 bbls onions 76 bbls potatoes Schneider
A Zuberbier—169 do 1 bbls eggs to F Del Bondio—26
8 bbls pota
Barneq Ward Aco—1 b* leather Thos ScUorr—97 pcs
castings Carson A Groves—124 tcs lard 12 rolls leather
to order—Total. 51
sks corn 633 bbls raesl 282 bbls onions
pkgs lard 68*3 skejbran 1294 bales hay
QUARANTINE STATION—Steamer A G Brown
GREENVILLE—Steamer Grey Eagle—39 bales cot
ton M Greenwood A Son—36 Buckner Aco-25 do to
Stewart, Gatbreath A Fizer—'24 K L Adams—21 do to
M Musson Aco-14 Payne, Huntington Aco—9 do to
Summers A Brannins--8 Byrne. Vance Aco—2 J P
Smith— 8 Woods, Matthews Aco—7 Jno Fhelps Aco—
7 Kelly, Kemper Aco--5 Yeatman A Wheeless—6 do
Foster Aco—3 T Ii A J M Allen—2 G'laop Bros Aco—3
Winston. Morrison Aco—3 Gates, Gillespie Aco—2 do
McAllis'er A McNair--1 Shannon. Lewis Aco—2 do
Bussey Aco—1 (new) Garrard A Craig—2 W R Greene
A Bro—2 do I bag cotton Meyer, Deutch A Weis—4
hhds tobacco Wilson A Young—'269 sks corn J C Rog
s Aco—13 bbls pork J T Moore —-H cks hides '
12 pkgs eggs----------- ------ --------
M Lefort—10 nkgs eggs 1 bbl rice L Surle—2 bbls i
V' Pessou— 20 hf-baies moss Hy Tete--40 do P Bien
venu—sundries to order
RECEIPTS SUNDAY.
Warren. Crawford Aco—1 do 7 hale
) Phelps
FISHERS LANDING—Stea
i West A Wright—5
Aco—3 do l bale
_______ ~..nt
16 bales c<
r Nina Simms—5
J I» Lee Aco—2 do
B Toiedano—1 do
Clinton A Richards—sundries to order—Total,
POINTE A LA HACHE—Steamer Hunter sun
dries to order
BY TDK RAILROADS.
NEW ORLEANS. OPELOUSAS AND GREAT
WESTERN RAILROAD—August 25--sundries to
learn that the
>n the 25th, at
Memoranda
By a dispatch to Messrs Cree*
dated Philadelphia, August 26th,
steamship Tioga arrived at that P'
6 AM.
The purser of steamship Geo Cromwell reports :
Saturday. 17th inst, at 9 P M, off Barnegat. signal
ized steamship Gen Grant, Holmes, lienee for New
York.
. ..-—Mrs Cornoy—Miss Mary
___________ _ i—Mrs Wm Eagan—Jno Ben
dernagle—A Dandle—G W Ciannon—J C Downing
,J W Randall—P Goulet—A A Sea-nan—G W Bonfey
C Bonfey.
SPECIAL NO TICES,
In Hoc Slgno Vince*.—The regular conclave
>f Orleans Conimamiery No. 3 K. T. will be holden
it its Asylum Grand Lodge Hall WEDNESDAY
lext.at 7% o'clock P. M.
Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously invited to
attend.
By order of the E. <'.
ALFRED E. BILLINGS,
aul3—2d it Ith Tu A' W e m Recorder.
POLITICAL,
Parish Executive Comnilttec Kailieal
Republican Purty.-NEW ORLEANS, August 27,
1667.—The members of this Committee are respect
fully requested to attend a meeting to be held at the
Senate Chamber on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
August 28, at 7% o'clock. Punctual attendance is
iste-J.
i Party, Pah is h <
ilE A Du U ART
Carrollton, August 27, 1867
To all Clubs of the Radical Republicans of said
Parish:
Know you that a mass meeting will be held Thurs
day, 29th inst., at 6 o'clock precisely, at the Metho
dist Episcopal Church at Garro Iton. where j>ri
t speakers will address the assemblage- You
N. SCUWAH, Secretary.
ffefferMon Parish Polities.—At a meeting
held by the Sub-Committee of the Radical Repub
lican party of the Parish of Jefferson, held August
25th, 1867, the following resolutions were unani.
rnously adopted
Resolved first, That the procedings of the meeting
held on the 24th ultimo be laid c '* *
published ii
T ribune.
(Signed 1 ,
Orleans REPt
A. CAB U.
New Orleans, La.,
Editor Republican:
Sir—I noticed my name as one •
to the Gonstitutional Convention
appeared in your issue of Sunday i
state that my name has been t
FOB THE COW EXTION.
Hon. H.C. Warmouth, J. H. Meilleur,
Hon. R. H. Shannon, II. Gaddis
David Wilson, Dr. J. White,
Dr. J. B. Smith. J. A. Craig,
Colonel George E. Farrington,
will be supported by the Radical Republicans of
the Fir>t District of New Orleans, subject to the
nomination of tho Radical Republican nominating
convention. au24 tl, MANY FRIENDS.
WANTED.
J ANTED—A DWELLING HOUSE BY THE
W
ANTEJD-A SITUATION AS WET NURSE
who ha* just lost her child.
Inquire at 118 Toulouse street, of Mr?. Harris.
BOARDING.
UK M*»II Ell BOO MS.-VERY PLEAS
rooms and board, in one of the coolest
the city, at No. 327 Customhouse street.
F _
houses________.,
between Claiborne and Derbign;
R oom® ami hoakii- pleasant
Rooms and Board for families and single gen
tlernen can be obtained hy Immediate application at
152 Julia street._____ ie25
FOR RENT.
FINE TWO STORY
_ ________ ____________ 347 and 349 St. Charles
atreet, with all modern improvements. Inquire
IN BANKRUPTCY.
United Statu- Marshal's Chick, ,
District of Louisiana. }
New Orleans August 26, 1867. '
T his is to give notice that oS the
17th dav of August. A. D. I8s7, a WARRANT
IN BANKRUPTCY uu issued against the estate
of W. S. BASSETT AND ANN S. BASSETT,
of New Orleans, in the Parish of Orleans,
and State of Louisiana, who have been adjudged
bankrupts on their own petition: that the pay
ment ol any debts and delivery of any property
belonging to such bankrupts, to them or I
use. and th* transfer of any property by them are
forbidden by law ; that a meeting of the creditors
ot said bankrupts to prove their debts and bo choose
one or more assignees of their estate will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to he holden at the Custom
house building, in the city of New Orleans, in tn*
said District of Louisiana, before A. J Hamilton,
Register, oa the Uth day of September. A. D. 1817.
F*. J HERRON. U. 8. Marshal.
o'clock A
No. 182—au27 tell
Fourth Ward Radical Republican 4 lub.
The friends and members of this Club are invited to
attend the meeting to be held THIS (Tuesday
EVENING, August 27, 1867, at 7% o'clock. Several
prominent speakers have been invited to address the
meeting.
By order of the President. au27
Resolved, That the Sub-Committee of the Radi
Republican party of the Parish of Jefforsou shall
notify all clubs to elect three delegates for the
purpose of constituting a Nomination Committee, to
meet the Standing Executive Committee SUNDAY,
at six o'clock P. M., September 1st, 1867, for the pur
pose of Nominating Candidates
•ceedings of this meeting be
and
>rmng. I would
ed without
_JSIEW ADV£RTlSEM ENiS.
JOHN W. NORM 14 A CO..
(REMOVED FROM 52 CANAL HT.,)
«7...........Canal Street 97
17 C roaaousa atreel.............17
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
PRODUCE FACTORS AND DEALERS
—IN ALL KINDS OF—
AGRIl'l LTI R A I. IMPLEMENT*
Agents for Fire and Lurglar Proof SAFES and
COTTON GINS.
Zimmermann A Co.'s Cincinnati SPARKLING
CATAWBA, STARCH. VINEGAR, etc., etc., a.
ways on hand. aull ly
ST A F L ETON —
HATTER,
—ANC —
iler in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, Military
Goods, and Furnishing Goods,
.............. Canal Street................ 97
il NEW ORLEANS.
I
I
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i
jHSIl MEDICAL COLLEGE,
CHICAGO, ILL.
THE .TWENTY FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION
arranged building for the purpose on the continent.
For circular, with list ot its r acuity, increased Clin
ical advantages, etc., address the Secretary.
Dli. DeLASKIE MILLER. Box 57^7, Chicago.
Professors' Fees, $50. aul8 2tdA w
BANKERS,
NO. 44 WALL STREET. NEW YORK,
F O II I MM ED I A T E D EL I V E R V
UNITED •* T
Registered andC'oupo:
STOCKS,
COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES. 1864 & 1865,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
We give special attention to funding all series of
SEVEN-THIRTY TREASURY NOTES,
Havjps a supply of Five-Twenty Bonds on hand to
avoid delay.
FOR CUSTOMHOUSE
G.
SCHMIDT.
UPHOLSTERY AND FURNITURE STORE.
Xo. 30 Bienville Street,
ii Chartres and Exchange Alley, New Orlean
ti lm
A L. CHASE.
* GUNNY BAGS an l GUNNY CLOTH.
SEAMLESS GRAIN BAGS.
SALT SACKS, etc.
*311 State street, Boston.
114 Sou'- Ii Commercial t reel, Hi. L
my8 3m-eodAw
r pIIE LOUISIAN A I.\T£LLIOE.\CEK,
CHARLES DELERY, PROPRIETOR,
weekly paper published every Wednesday a
Monrue, Louisiana.
Terms, Five Dollar* per Annum.
ving a large circulation and being published in
tbe centre of the richest portion of North Louisiana,
. the western terminus of the Vicksburg, Shreve
port, «nd Texas lailroad, upon the Ouachita river, it
tho best advertising medium in the state out of
ew Orleans. jy
G E
EOUUIA STATE LOTTERY
" Masonic Orphans* Home '
OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
This is a regularly chartered Lottery, conducted by
gentlemen ot high social standing, the proci '
be applied to the purpose of building a Hoi _
and supporting indigent Widows and Orphans. In
purchasing tickets you will remember that should
you fail to draw a prize your money will be strictly
and Masonically applied to a charitable work.
TO BE DRAWN IN OPEN PUBLIC AT AT
LANTA. GA . MONTHLY,
20,000 '
10.000 ' ' 16,0001
5,000 • 5,0W 1125
1160
i above stated ;
12.0U0
13,750
25,000
4*4 APPROXIMATION PRIZES
The whole amounting to......................$168.060.
In addition to the above an Extra Lottery will be
drawn on Wednesday the 4th day September next.
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000-WHOLE TICKETS $1.
This Lottery is not an individual onterpnze, nor
for any company, for the whole profits of the busi
ness, less the current expenses, have to be paid into
the fund for building and endowing a Home for
Widows and Orphans.
In connection with the above a
Great Supplementary Helietue for 1S67
ON THE POLICY PLAN.
Purchasers can select their own numDers and buy
a 1, 2, 3, or 4 number ticket at whatever price they
think proper to pay for their tickets. Thi
heme has become very popular throughout the
United States. Any person can go to a vendor ol
the Georgia State Lottery, select his own number
■ numbers, anti tbe vendor will give a ticket of the
of the drawings, without any deduction.
W. W. BOYD.
Deputy Grant! Master St ate of Georgia. Manager.
F or furthei part iculars apply to
JOHN H. BARTH
Agent and Licensed Dealei.
40 St. Charles street, opposite St. Charles
B 1
o any of the sub-offices of vendors.
FINANCIAL.
ANKIXG HOUSE
OF
JAY COOKE A CO .
Corner Wall auti Nassau ate., Nev
We buy and sell at the most liberal current prices,
and keep on hand a full supply of
GOVERNMENT BONDS OF ALL ISSUES,
SEVEN-THIRTIES.
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS.
AND
COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES.
And execute orders for tbe Purchase and Sale of
Stocks, Bonds and Gold.
aDll
JAY COOKE A CO.
j.jjy CONVERSIONS.
At present prices, holders can realize a profit abo
Government Conversion rate by exchanging thi
7 ISO's in this market for
New Issue 5.20 Bonds.
We make these exchanges, having
ALL SERIES 7 30 8,
And selling the Bonds at the
MOST FAVORABLE MARKET RATES.
JAY COOKE A CO.,
New York.
MISCELLANEOUS.
r LA A PERRINS*
CELEBRATED
WORCEST EK8B IKE SAUCE
PRONOUNCED
CONNOISSEURS
TO BK THE
Only Good Sant *
and applicable to
. May, 1851.
'Tell Lea A Per
is that their
BAUCE
is highly esteemed
in India, and is, in
evert VARIETY OF my opinion, the moat
S tatable as well as
i most wholesome
Sauce that ta
made."
The success of this most delicious and unrivaled
condiment having caused many unprincipled deal
ers to apply the name to Spurious Compounds the
Public is respectfully and earnestly requested to see
that the names of LEA A PERRINS are upon th*
Wrapper, Label, Stopper and Bottle.
Manufactured by LEA A PERRIN8. Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN 8 SONS.
New York, Agents for the United State*.
myl wAs 9mo _______
CABINET MAKEBS.
FAMES l BELLIN
METALLIO OASES for tram>portatioo, alway son
hand. Metallic. Mahogany. Black Walnut, and Eli
other kinds of COFFINS constantly on hand, acd
trimmed to order.
CARRIAGES AND OABS TO LET.
AH Orders promptly attended to at reasonable
prices. *pl7 3m
OFFICIAL NOTICES,
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE.
DUPLICATE ARe
Stores
500 barrels of MESS PORK of the best qnality.
1,600 cans of Borden's condensed MILK, samples
required with the b ds.
40,000 pounds of green RIO COFFEE, of the best
quality, put up in new, heavy barrels made of
Cypress
mtain 196 pounds, the price per pound
to be stated and samples furnished.
The above articles to be of the very best quality and
put up in superior packages, and to be delivered at
the Anchor Press in this city within twenty days
after the opening of bids.
No bids will be received from parties who have
failed to comply with their engagements with any
and marked " Propo;
A. BhCKWITH,
Brevet Maj. Gen. and C. S , U. S. A.
PROPOSALS
Office Ahx't QcARTERMAhTKa, U. S. Army. >
New Orleans, La., August 17, 1867. i
CEALED PROPOSAL**, IN DUPLICATE,
O with copy of this advertisement attached to each,
are invited, and will be received at this office until
Ii M.. MONDAY. September 16, 1867, for the trans
portation of all Government Troops and Supplies
jquired by the Quartermast
ha? may be . _ . „
partment for a period of (12) twelvemonths.___
mencing on the 1st day of October. 1867, and ending
Orleans to Brazi
w ill s
f Septemlj
) Indianola. T«
Texas, or
Texas, or
Santiago, Te:
bidders propose
to iranspuri to or noui tsacu ui the above named
points—
Officers and Enlisted Men, Cabin and Deck Passen
gers, each: and the following closes of freight, viz:
Horses, Mules, and Beef Cattle each per head.
Sheep j»-r head.
Iron. Machinery, Leud, Zinc. Tin, Copper, Nai s.
Rivets, Bolts, Paints, Shot, Stoves, W ire. Heavy
Hardware, Hollow Ware, Gnndsionei.Ordnance,
Heavy Ordnance ►tores, etc., of each per one
hundred pounds, (100 lbs.)
Coal per ton.
Hay, Straw, Moss, and Oakum, of each per ba!e.
Lumber, pine, per thousand feet.
Lumber, oak, per thousand feet.
Oats and Corn per sack.
mrement Goods, Clothing, Equipage. Ci
quip
Blinds, Bashes
wagon longues, Mattings, Mattresses. Lighi
L'asKS and Tierces, Books, Stationary, ete.. o:
(.'rockery. Furniture, Doors,
___h per cub
Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Bread, Rice, C
Dried Apples, Onions, Potatoes, Turnip
Sugar, etc., of each per barrel.
Wet Goods, Pork, Beef. Liquids. Lard, I.ini
ent, Plaster. Tar, Rosin, Mnln***•->. lir<
gar, Tallow, Grease, etc., of each p
ances, bpnng Wagons,
rows, each.
Army W agons (complete), each.
Fruits, Jams, Jellies, Window 1
tracts, etc , of each per box.
Candles, Crackers. Mara Bread. F
densed Milk, Can Meats. Soap
and Wheelbar
1
Pickles, Ex
, Spices, Con
box.
HAMS per cask.
L \UD pei
PAILS per dozen.
SUGAR per hogshead
SUGAR (Hav-* na) per bo a.
SALT per sack and per bs
SHOVELS AND SPADES
LATHS per thousand
SHINGLES per thousand.
TGBAUC
BROUN
coil.
r doz
S per (
... __ _j delivered ..
ed points at such wharve.i
by the Depot Quartermasters.
Bidders must be prepared
t of pfeame
ch th
Troops
the
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ty of the vessels proposed to perform this serv
ice when required by the Quartermasters' Depart
The ability of the bidder to fulfill his agreement
must be guaranteed by two responsible persons,
whose signatures must be appended to the guaran
shown by tne official «
rarest District Court, <
Attorney.
Proposals will be recei
and from ALL the abov
jor the transport
nihility of the guari
ed for the transportation to
named points, or separate y
to and from ONE or MORE
____ ________above named.
Bidders proposing for the transj
b of the points separately, end whether
I Lumber
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2 820
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I he Government reserves the right to reject any
,11 bid.s received.
By order of Chief Quartermaster Fifth Military
District A. J. McGONNIGLE,
Brevet Lieut. Col. and A. Q. M., U. S. Army.
aulT td _
PROPOSAL* FOR ROOFING.
Depot Quabtebmakteb s Office, t
San Antonio, Texas. July 26 1867. *
Q*EALKD PROPOSALS, WHICH MUST BF
O made in duuheate, w-ill he received at this office
until 12 o'clock noon on WEDNESDAY, the 2Sth of
August next, for furnishing the Quartermaster s De
* - --- * T ARES OK 1---------
partment with 6360 SQUARES UK ROOFING.
Ot the above, 1035 squares are to be used at Buffalo
Springs, Texas: 1880at Fort Belknap or vicinity, and
2415 squares at F'ort Cliadbourne, and bids will be re
ceived for any portion thereof not less than twenty
five squares, deliverable at either of the places
named, or at this depot.
Delivery to commence by the middle of September
next, and to proceed at the rate of not less than one
half of the amount offered in September, and the
remainder in October.
Proposals for rooting of all kinds are invited, and
the bidder will state clearly the kind ho proposes to
furnish, the point of delivery, and the priee per
square,and the price at which lie will lay the rooting.
It practicable, a sample of the kind of roof proposed
ta be furnished will be sent to this office.
Each bid must be accompanied by a guarantee of
at least two persons, (whose responsibility must be
certified to by a clerk of a court of record', that the
bidder is competent to carry out the contract if
awarded to him, and that he will give the required
bonds therefor; and each bidder will state his place
of residence.
Separate bids sre invited for delivery at each place,
and the price per square must be clearly stated.
Satisfactory evidence of the loyalty of each success
ful bidder and the solvency of the perhon* offered as
The bids will be opened c
The'right is reserved to%eject all bids if unzatis
factory, and no bid will be entertained that does not
conform to the requirements of this advertisement.
Proposals to be plainly indorsed, ' Proposals for
Roofiug," and addrewed to the undersignedat.this
d ace. J- G. C- LEE,
Brevet Lient.-Ck>l. and A Q. M., U. 8. Army.
au6 tau21
H'
UNDERTAKES.
OR9ES AMD CARRIAGES
PHILIP LYNCH,
UNDERTAKER,
No, $8 Si. Charles street. Opposite St
Charles Theatre,
NEW ORLEANS.
Fine carriages, good horses, and careful and attent
ive drivers furnished at short notice, et any hour
day or night
Mr. Lynch Attends personally to the prompt execu
ton of ell orders. je$2
AUCTION SALES.
CITY NOTES TAKEN AT PAR.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF DRY GOODS AND
11AT8.
B y iiolz, blohm a co-john <y.
Blohm, Auctioneer.—1 UESDAV, 27th instant,
lu o'clock A. M , at their sales rooms, No. 21
Chartres street, will be sold—
Cases and bales of PRINTS.
Cases und bales of Bleached and B'own COTTON.
Cates ot 10-4. 11 4, and 12 4 Bleached and Brown
.SHEETINGS.
Cases of KENTUCKY JEANS, COTTONADES,
, and CAhSIMERES.
Bales of White. Red, and Blue FLANNEL.
Gases of German and English HOSIERY
Cases of BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS.
— ALSO —
Lots of assorted DRY Gt)ODS, such as DRESS
'■UpBs, SILKS. SILK ROPLINS. OK
.AINES, SWISS JAUONKTS, Is'AfN
S'-'V.L. TAPE LHEUKS. SHOE LACE,
»h T i 8 ef L s. c - • nd MADBAS HASD -
—ALSO—
Gra >: and White MERINO SHIRTS.
And 800 Dozen Men s and Boys' HATS.
Tkiims—C ash, payable one half in City notes at
Treasury notes. au25
balance United S'i
LARGE AND PEREMPTORY BALE OF ELE
gar.t Match and Single Hordes, Elegant Saddle
Horses, F ine Work Mules, Fine Milch Cows, Bug
giea. Elegant Bretts, Harness, Wagons, etc., etc.
at auction.
. Montgoi
, Auctioneer—Will be .sold c
TUESDAY. August 27, IHOT. at ll o'clock, at P. Li
ner's Stable on Gravier street—
Elegant MATCH HORSE*;
Elegant SADDLE HORSES:
Fine WORK MULES;
Fine MILUH CoWS;
^Top and Open Buggies. Elegant Bretts, Harness,
Tehm»—C ash, in United States Treasury notes.
FURNITURE-FURNITU RE.
B Y MONTGOMERY 1IK08 A UO—
H M. Montgomery. Auctioneer—Will be sold oa
TUESDAY. August 27. at 11 o clock, at Old Auc
tion Mart, No. 87 Lamp street—
A general assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNI
TURE, such as Rosewood, Mahogany, and Walnut
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Armoirs, Washstands, Mahoga
ny and Walnut Teles, Sofas, Spring Seat Chairs,
1 ' Chairs, Marble Top Centre Tables, Marble Top
mgs. Paintings. Cooking Stoves and Utensils, etc..
A large invoici
ieat Chairs, etc.
Teems—D ash.
veral well furnished houses.
—ALSO—
of Cotfcago Beds, Cane and Wood
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
PBOPOMALl FOB 8AM1K AN'1> BOOK®.
OFF
r Qua
F-KMASTER. U. S. A. i
New Orleans, La.. August 21. 1867.
S EALED PROPOSALS WHICH MUM' BE
made in duplicate, with a copy of thi-i advertise
ment attached to each, are invited and will be
received at this < ffice until 12 o'clock M. on
>ATUKDAY, t'-e 31st instant, for the delivery
thi?
; United States Quartermaster s Department, i
-■ city, the following named materials, viz
J® PANEL DOORS. 3%i*
7h PANEL DOORS, 2x6.
21) SASH DOORS. 3%x9%.
530 WINDOW SASH, 9 lights. 12x11.
604 WINDOW SASH, 6 lights. 12x14.
-4 pair WINDOW SASH, 10x12.
1 .he Doors to be doub
of the bidder to fulfill the terms of his
1st be guaranteed by two responsible
- signature--* must be appended t
Bids will not bo entertained fo
of ary one article advertised for.
Bidders will state at what tiui
pared to deliver the property.
Bids will be opened on
named, and bidders are int
one n ing.
The government reserve!
and all bids.
Bids will be indorsed
less than the whele
they will be pre
ht to reject any
' Proposals for Saa
iMT MUnwy
strict.
A. J. McGONNIGLE.
u21 lOt Brevet Lieut. Col. and A. O. M., U. S. A.
PROPOSALS FOB CANNED FRUITS.
SEALED PROPOSALS IN DUPLICATE ARE
O invited till the 5th of September, 1867. at 12 M.,
for furnishing the United States Subsistence De
sired QUINCES, dipound cans),
lived PINEAPPLES. (2 pound cans).
100 cans Preserved PEARS, (2 pound cans*.
200 cans Preserved GINGER, in tin cans, (2 pound
200 cans Damson PLUMS. 2 pound cans).
100 cans Preserved GRAPES, <2 pound cans'.
All tne above stores to he delivered to the Anchor
Press, in New Orleans, within twenty days after the
opening of the bids, where they will be carefully i
5/ith the bids
No bid3 -
heretofore
with any branch of the (j
Proposal: '
arked "Proposals.''
be received from parties who have
iply with their engagements
■——nment.
the undersigned, and
PROPOSALS FOB COB*.
Depot Quauteum.
San Antonio. Texas, August l, 1867. S
SEALED PROPOSALS. WHICH MUST BE
O made i.-. duplicate, will be received at this office.
Tuesday the 10th day of
nishing the Quartermaster's
ith CORN, OATS, or BARLEY, (in
at places and in quantities, as follows
• partment
lets) at plac
San Anton
Camij Verde,
Fort Clarke,
Fort Stockton,
Fort Davis, *
Fort Mason.
F ort Cbadbourne '
Fort Belknap, /
or vicinity, '
Buffalo Springs.
, 20,000 bushels.
2.250
2.250
7.500
11 5(0
12 000
9.000
5.000
will be required.
3 tbe inspection of the officer receiving it.
Delivery to commence by the first day of October
lext. and to proceed at the rate of not less than
me-third of the whole amount per month, and in
such^ quantities as to keep the Tost always sup
Separate bids are invited for each Post, and tho
price per bushel, for each place, must be clearly
ffated.
Bids will be received for any quantity not less than
>ne hundred bushels of Uom. or twenty-five bushels
of Oats or Barley, and where the responsibility of
the bidder is not otherwise satisfactorily made
known at this office, each bid must be accompanied
by a guarantee a of at least two person-*, (whose re
sponsibility must be certified to by a clerk of a
Court of Record 1 , that the bidder is competent to
carry out the contract if awarded to him. and that
tie will give the required bonds therefor: and each
binder wiil state his place ef i '
Satisfactory evidence of t»i
cessful bidder
offered as securit. _______,_______
The bids will be opened ou thoday and hour here
inbefore named, and bidders have the privilege of
being present at the opening.
The right is reserved to reject ail bids if unsatis
factory. and no bid will be entertained that does not
conform to the requirements of this advertisement.
Proposals to be plainly indorsed, " Proposals for
Corn, aud addressed to the undersigned at. this
place. J. G. C.liEK,
uul4 tse4 Brevet Lt. Col. and A. Q. M., U. S. Army.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERIL
Office Board cf City Assessors, >
City Hall, August 15. 1867. f
T he board of city assessors of new
Orleans having completed their Rolls of Assess
ment* for the year 1867, and copies thereof having
been left with the Secretary of the Board at Room
No. 15, City Hall, the same may bo seen and exam
ined by any ot the owners of property or tax payers
of said city of New Orleans, from 9 o clock A. M. to
2 o'clock P. M , daily. (Suudays excepted) during
thirty days from the 15th instant, after which time
the Board of Assessors will meet at their office on
the 20th, 2lst, 23d. 24ih, und 25th of September next,
to consider the applications made by persons conceiv
)g themselves aggrieved. S. P. HARPER,
aul? tse25 Secretary Board.
GOVERNMENT SALES.
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION. AT
7T the Deuot of Army Clothing end Equipage, No,
Noith Main street, St. Louis, on TUESDAY,
id day ut September next, commencing at eleven
____ck A. M , to be continued from day to day, the
following articles of Army Clothing and Equipage:
72.000 great COATS (footmen's).
56.000 great COATS (horsemen s).
50.000 uniform HATS.
60.000 ostrich l KATHBRH.
50.000 HAT CORDS and TASSELS (blue).
50.000 fyrage GAPS.
3,111 uuiform frock GOATS.
45.000 uuitorm JACKETS.
8,451 veteran retterve JACKETS.
328 Kent JACKETS.
18,680 lined sack COATS.
66,212 unlined sack GOATS.
7.000 OVERALLS.
6.000 atabl* FROCKS. n
83,425 Kent SHIRTS.
6,945 Kent DRAWERS.
20.000 leather NECK STOCKS.
1,000 worsted SASHES.
282 pairs BOOTS.
16,653 pairs BOOTEES.
12.880 pairs TROWSKRS dootmeu'*).
mem .;..o ^j,,, i
s TRO W S E Rh (nowem
_________VRR8ACKF
bO.uiO KNAPSACKS.
25,000 rubber BLANKn.10.
63,500 woolen BLANKETS
These articles are all new, and offer great indue*
meats to dealers throughout ths country.
A small quantity of Damaged Property will be sold
earn* time and place. Samples of all m'-*'
t the Depot within ten days of sale and
'and Diace. Sample
at. the
^Terms-X'ash in Government funds; ten per c
down, the balance before th* good* are takeu from
the Depot, which must be within five days after the
sale, under forfeiture of th* purchase and the ton per
eon*, deposited
*» ""
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