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OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES OFFICIAL JOURNaT^OF JEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS, JULY 2S, IS7I. SPECIAL NOTICE. Notices of meetings, resolutions, personal cards, and matters generally of a political character must be accompanied with cash for payment, or the written guarantee of some person known to us to be responsible. No notice will be given to any request to publish unless this rule is complied with. Wendell Phillips in a recent letter says: " I excuse no workingman who lifts a finger to help the Democratic party." Somebody who wants to discourage mar riages this warm weather, says country is bliss, but matrimony is blister. Messrs. Louis Stern & ^Brothers will sell to-dav at ten o clock, at No. 16 Chartres street, eight hundred cases boots, shoes and brogans. Governor Warmoth yesterday appointed J. B. Howard colonel and aid-de-camp on the staff of the commander in chief of the State militia. The receipts at the Customhouse last Tuesday were $67.556, next to the largest day heretofore. No seizure has been made thus far this month. A disconsolate youth the other day at tempted to commit hari-kari by eating thir teen apple dumplings, and all from disap" pointment and blighted hopes. The new apportionment for the Legisla ture in Maryland makes the number of members iu the House of Delegates eighty two, instead of eighty-six as now. George L. Putnam, Postmaster of Mobile, favored us with a pleasant call on \V ednes dav. He was on a visit of a day, and has returned home. Mr. Putnam was intro duced bv Senator Pierce. The Southern Express favored us with the New York Ilcrald of Monday, in advance of the mail. It is a pertinent inquiry, why it is that the mails can not come along as fast as the express. Will somebody ex plain ? _ _ Saxe 6ays that Vermont is famous for four staples, "men, women, maple sugar and horses. The first are strong, the last are fleet, the second and third are exceedingly sweet, and all are uncommonly hard to beat." During the past week the services of • twenty-nine assistant [assessors were dis pensed with in districts principally iu New York and Wisconsin. Furthef reductions will be made as the good of the service will permit. _ Five veterans ot the war of 1812 appeared before United States Commissioner Grant lor the purpose of establishing their loy alty, in order to obtain their pensions. Their ages in the aggregate exceed four hundred and fifty years. The thermometer at seven o'clock yester day morning was 79° at New Orleans, 82° at Augusta, 85 D at Charleston. 81° at Savan nah. 79° at Cincinnati, 81 3 at Louisville, 78° at St. Louis, 80° at Nashville, 83- at Mem phis, 8-1° at Key West and 8o : at Havana. The New York Evening Telegram says the Mound City (Illinois) Journal favors the nomination of ex-Senator Doolittle as the next Democratic candidate for President. An old political campaigner is anxious to know how the Democratic party could do much with Doolittle. The attention of housekeepers is specially invited to the sale of fine parlor and house hold furniture, for account of the succession of the late H. G. McComas. which is to take place this day at half-past ten o'clock A. M„ ut No. 109 Philip street, by Messrs. C. E. Girardey &. Co., auctioneers. During the quarter ending June 30, 1871, eleven thousand four hundred and forty passengers arrived at Boston from foreign countries, of whom ten thousand four hun dred and forty-two were emigrants. Thm thousand six hundred and seven emigrants arrived at ban Francisco during the same time. When Horace Greeley heard that Jeff Davis had burst the bonds of silence, and was making the South ring with echoes to his mournful speeches, the philosopher of the Tribune sent him the following telegram: "Jeff, why don't you dry up ' Didn't I bail vou out thoroughly!" A woman living in Canada lately hung herself just because she imagined she had the devil in her. Now if women get to com mitting suicide on this account, what will Income of the world ? How long will it be before the earth will become depopulated ? There is one consolation, they are not all so conscientious as this Canadian woman Thomas May, Who with Copperfield and Adolphe, were convicted of rape before the Second Judicial District Court of Jefferson parish, and sentenced to the Penitentiary for life, was yesterday pardoned by Gov ernor Warmoth, on the urgent recommend ation of the lessee of the Penitentiary. Copperfield and Adolphe - had been par doned previously. A Washington special says: The loss by the late fire at the arsenal here has at last been estimated by the officers to amount to sixty-two thousand dollars This included the museum, though it is impossible to affix a money value to the important collection stored there, illustrating the nature and equipments of the principal foreign nations. The fire is still believed to have originated from spontaneous combustion. The New York World recently published an editorial going to show that Lieutenant Governor Dunn, of this State, is the most available man the Republicans can nomi nate for the Vice Presidency. Has this Democratic advice anything to do with the Democratic movement in this city looking to a division of the Republican party f Per haps Messrs. Lowell, Packard and Carter can answer this. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue issued to collectors during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1871, the following stamps for distilled spirits, vu: M^ffO tabard stamps, amounting to $34,316,025 , 884, distillery warehouse stamps, 1,517,200 stamps for rectified spirits, and 525,200 wholesale liquor dealers' stamps, rrnikmg 2 926 800 stamps, amounting to $731,700, ana a'total of stamps for distilled spirits of all kinds of 4,089,300, of the value of f3o, VJ7 ; 725. THF DEMOCRACY AND THE FACTI0NISTS. The tactics of the Democratic party, in augurated last year, are to be followed up. Finding the opposing hosts of the Repub licans too strong, they feared to meet them in the open field, but resorted to strategy to first divide and then attempt to conquer. The so-called Christian Re publican Association, made up of mal contents and unworthy members of our partv, was, iu all essential features, an auxiliary of Democracy^ it was sustained by Democratic subscriptions, extolled by Democratic presses aud orators, and en couraged in their work of trying to destroy the Republican party iu the same manner that the present malcontents in our party are now encouraged by the leaders of the opposition. The failure of the movement last year was total. The so-called Chris tian Republicans did not elect a single candidate, and we do not remember that they drew off strength enough iu a single district to insure the election of a Demo crat. But the fact has not deterred the Democrats from making a second attempt. They have, however, modified their plan of attack. Last year they wasted their energies on men of no com manding influence, and hence their move ment miscarried. This year they have struck higher, as they suppose. They have enlisted the services of Messrs. Casey, Packard. Lowell, Carter, Flanders, and a number of strikers of lesser note. The object is plainly to cany the State for the Democracy in 1872. So that instead of the Christian Republican Association— the better members of which have long since become satisfied of the bad inten tions of the Democratic party, and re newed their allegiance to the Republi cans—a few faithless officials are acting, at this time, with the Citizens' Association in the interest of the Democratic party. The Citizens' Association is composed of a small body of property holders who are opposed to public improvements and other Republican principles. They pro fess to be very honest and disinterested in their efforts for the public good, and if some of them were not known to have [ rofited by public station—not known to have been violently opposed to the Re publican party ever since it came into power—it is quite possible their purity of motives and patriotism might not be questioned by any at this time. But knowing them to be human, and subject to the frailties that beset mankind in gen eral, their professions of honesty and disinterestedness will be received by our people with a good deal of caution. It is true they are all reported wealthy men, but this does not make them any better qualified to judge of what is right or give them any more political privi leges than is enjoyed by their less favored fellow citizens. They may gain the ear of Mayor Flanders, and he may be swayed by them instead of those who placed him in his present official posi tion, but they are none the better for that, nor can they honestly approve of Mayor Flanders' conduct, nor of the conduct of the few federal officials who are bent on mischief to the Republican party in this State. It is quite certain that if Messrs. Carter, Lowell, Packard, Casey and Flan ders were of sufficient political force in this State to cause a defeat to the regular Republican ticket, the victory would be to the Democrats. The gentlemen com posing the Citizens' Association are well aware of this, and therefore do not hesitate to' promise their money and spend their time in engendering dissen sions among Republicans. They have succeeded with a few who have been trusted; who have been tried and found wanting. But when these few go among the great body of Republicans in this State, preaching infidelity and apostaey to Republican principles—to equal civil and political rights—they will find that Jordan is still a hard road to travel. We really pity the men who can en gage in such work from mistaken notions of duty; but for those who are goaded on by an unsound ambition and a groveling selfishness, the true and patriotic will en tertain an utter contempt. The men whose honest convictions lead them to entertain different principles can be re spected; but the time-server and political turncoat are alike detestable. DISORDER UNTWISTED. Being driven to the admission that Ku Klux do exist in Kentucky, bold, power ful, cowardly and vindictive, the Demo cratic papers of that State now account for them as a labor organization, gotten up by white men to prevent negroes from obtaining employment. They deny that there is anything political in the Klan at all, but affirm that it is a purely social conflict of one class of laborers with an other. This is a very thin retreat. It is open to attack from ever}' side. And it is well that it has been made, for the Ku Klux law will not only deal with these laborers, but the public will see what we have so often declared, that selfishness was aud is the incentive to all this lawlessness. Employers will discover that abstract fourierism is at the bottom of this effort to destroy an industrial class. Labor is seeking a ruinous mastery over capital by creating a scarcity of lab orers. xVnd it is seeking to do this by driving men who must live from the way of earning an honest livelihood, which is to make them thieves or paupers. If the people of Kentucky are satisfied with this programme, perhaps they are not to blame for being fond of horse racing, for that is only another way of appropriating the money of the unfortunate without giving an adequate quid pro quo. ^ The discussion of this Ku-Klux rascality gives us no particular satisfaction. We do not harp upon it because it is profita ble to the Republican party, but simply and honestly because it is a great social evil—worse, perhaps, than any other im morality or wrong that now exists iu the South. As law-abiding citizens, and as the advocates of peace, order and pros perity, we oppose this extraordinary vil lainy, because it is opposed to peace, order, prosperity and law. The Repub lican is a party organ, it is true, but then it is owned and conducted by men who profess to be sensible, just, patriotic and orderly members of community. Our in terests are more than ordinarily general, for where every other class of business depends upon a few hundred customers, we depend upon thousands. If every man in the South was an educated gen tleman, prosperous in his pecuniary rela tions, we might safely calculate on an in crease of readers that would necessitate the increase of our daily edition to a hun dred thousand readers. Iu the North such a circulation as this is not an un usual circumstance, and we hope to see the day when the South will boast of just such an intellectual medium for the great dissemination of thought and informa tion. But this hope stands no chance of realization while disorder exists in the country, for disorderly organization, such as this Ku-Klux Klan is, spreads violence, retards education, and cripples pros perity. Young men who surrender their time to nightly lawlessness are burning tne candle of life at both ends to a very unprofitable purpose, for they are misus ing their opportunities in the cultivation of prejudices and habits that make them a terror to their fellow-citizens and a bur den to themselves. Life is too short to be consumed in masquerading on guilty errands in the dead of night. And while we hope almost against hope that good counsel may cure this evil, we still insist that our duty would be badly done if we left any opportunity unused to enter our protest against the Ku-Klux Klan or any similar unjustifiable organization. The interest of the community is superior to partisanship in this matter. THE NEW SPANISH CABINET. A list of the members of the new min istry of Spain was given in the dispatch from Madrid in yesterday's Republican. As stated in the dispatch, this cabinet is "progressist," and will of course "fol low the policy inaugurated in the Septem ber revolution" which dethroned Isabella II., and created a new constitution, which is almost as liberal as any iu the world, giving the heretofore oppressed Spaniards liberty of speech and of the press, and universal suffrage, which embraces every other liberty. True, a king has been chosen under it, instead of a president, and a monarchy in lieu of a republic ; but it is an exceedingly limited monarchy, and a wise young monarch has been chosen, who is easily managed by the Senate and House, the two branches of the Cortes. Of course the new ministry is not entirely with Emilio Castelar and other republicans, it being necessarily in favor of royalty; but the members are all of the most progressive party of Spain, and active participants in the revo lution which upset the despotic monarch^ of Isabella last year. Zorilla, the present minister of the interior, who formed this cabinet (and who held the same position immediately after the revolution), to gether with Sagasta, the uew secretary of state, were warm and intimate friends of General Prim. And as they had both been condemned to death by Isabella's government before the revolution, some thing good may be expected from them. Senor Rios, minister of justice, who, like most of the others, are of Madrid, the capital, is a native of Gallicia, in the northwest, where lies the famed field of Corunna, and is one of Spain's ablest law yers. The secretary of the navy, or min ister of marine, Beranger, is not a polity cian, but an accomplished naval officer. The secretary of war, General Cordova, is an officer well calculated to organize the army in a creditable manner. He has been particularly distinguished in the civil wars of Spain. Admiral Malcampo, minister of the colonies (Cuba, etc.,) is equally well adapted to that position. Senor Madrazo and not Mad raz, as the dispatch had it, of public works (railroads, canals, etc.) has a great work before him if he would bring the new kingdom up to what its neighbor, France, is in her public works. Most of her magnificent canals are still unfinished and unfit for navigation, and her more modem railroads, mostly built by French capital, are in a wretched condition. The Spaniards are a vigorous people, however, and with such an administration over them, and with such a constitution con trolling them, it is to be hoped that more good may arise from this ministry of pro gresistas than from a similar ministry which Serrano persuaded Isabella a quar ter of a century ago to appoint. But ac cording to an old proverb, Spain can never have a very good government. This would be too much, with her fine clime, good soil and beautiful women. All these, with a good government, would keep Spaniards from ever wishing or trying to go to heaven and leave it. Ferocious, savage Carlist wars may not yet have ended. SO-CALLED AMERICANS IN EGYPT. It is very funny reading how the Amer ican officers with confederate sympathies, who left the United States because they could not live happily under its despotic sway, are enjoying themselves serving the Khedive in Egypt. They are having a bully time, living on the fat of the land, and looking out for a war with Turkey. The Khedive, who has taxed the Egyp tians until he hardly knows the extent of his wealth, pays these Americans hand somely, and they are delighted with a service where one man's will is sufficient to end another man's life. Then, Egypt is a moral country, where every man is willing to sell his wife, two thousand dol lars being a high price for a second hand article of this sort, and two bits being the lowest rate for an ordinary woman. At times these Republicans are allowed to eat with the Khedive; but their usual occupation is to wait around until they get an order to go out and either to shoot somebody themselves, or allow somebody else to shoot them, about a quarrel of which they know nothing, and for a prin ciple which they pretended to oppose when they fled from their own country. There may be a great deal of chivalry in this kind of conduct, but there is a very poor showing of humanity. The United States did not lose much when these Egyptian Americans left her borders, for their present employment suggests that their swords are as purchasable to support a despotism as they are to uphold a better system of government. Charles McWilliams is the prize big amist of the West. He confesses to having seven wives in the State of Illinois. His matrimonial performances were boldly conducted in a circle of oue hundred miles and his choice was not confined to any particular class of women. He stepped at a widow's house oue night and listened to her mournful story of how she hed been robbed of all her possessions but one cow and calf. He married her next morning, drew her cow and calf to town the same day and sold them, pock eted the money, and never returned. He could preach like Beecher, was a first class lawyer, had a pleasing countenance and captivating manner, was good on the fiddle, and danced like a ballet master. He is now in prison, but promises himself a new crop of wives as soon as he gets out. Since Governor Hoffman interfered to preserve the right of public procession in New Y'ork the Democracy of that city has discovered that he is a Dutchman, and unworthy to be mentioned for the Presi dency. We do not think that Governor Hoffman acted with entire sincerity in his interference against the mob that threat ened the Orangemen, but this sort of de nunciation from the rioters will have the effect of setting him up in the estimation of the American people if it continues. Perhaps the rowdies will furnish the evi dence that the orderly nature of the Dutchman that was in Hoffman made him the enemy of the rioters. If they do, the Governor will have nothing^to com plain of. Can an organ be kicked out o: a party without knowing it? This inquiry was suggested by the fact, which is apparent to us, that the Courier-Journal has been violently extruded from the Democratic party, and yet it seems to be utterly oblivious to the fact. That it is out is proved by the inquiry which it makes, "Is there any disturbance in the Demo cratic party?" for if it was in, it would know that there was a disturbance in the camp, and a big, big one, too. Is our conclusion illogical ? A telegraphic dispatch from Paris states that M. Thiers purposes to give Cor sica to the Pope. If France can trans fer the Corsicans in this way; all that was said by way of objection to the donation of Alsace and Lorraine to Prussia falls to the ground, for it was founded on the proposition that these States could not be transferred from one sovereignty to an other without their owu consent. Two to one he breaks it. The World says that Collector Casey was in Wash ington on the twentieth, fixing up the Louisiana slate in the treasury building. Who takes our bet that this argillaceous institution will not be transported to New Orleans without a fracture ? It would be a funny thing if the package was captured ou its route to this citv. ON CAR0NDELET STREET, Gold closed yesterday from one to three eighths in advance of the New Y'ork rate, quoted at twelve and one-eighth. The sales made embraced no more nor any greater sums than are usually disposed of every day. There is a report of $13,000 which sold at twelve and five-eighths, for the purpose of paying off' import duties, and of other small lots less than the above. But gold shows no disposition to fluctuate. It now is properly ranked among the steadies, the only difference being the fraction of a cent. There are no "corners" in the root of all the evil, nor any oppor tunities of late. So active has been the demand, and so ready the sales of ordinary cotton, that the "middlings" seem to be going out of flavor, and can not be sold except for less rates than the lower grades bring in proportion. The sales do not pass the hundreds, and the inquiries are easily satisfied. The late receipts of flour were not of the high grades, which are in such active demand, and of which it seems the market is deprived. About three thou sand barrels are reported as having been sold yesterday, the treble extra waiting for seven dollars, and getting it without trouble, and the choice extra going off easily at nine dollars. The demand for the higher grades is supposed to grow out of speculative intentions. A glance along the street does not show that the world moves. Stocks able to hold their own are bid for in a listless way, and the bid is refused in like in difference. Holders say they will take so much, but at the same time do not care whether or not they get it. Every body is waiting. One stock rises—all rise. Snch is the general anticipation. Holders of Pneumatic are out of wind, and no longer dilate on the force of com pressed air. Iu city ten per cent certificates, the holders of which are to be paid iu ten per cent bonds, the brokers are for the most part the only holders, and rates are nominal. The other stocks of com panies whose rights are yet undeter mined are not quoted at all, or if men tioned, "holders can't give them away." to use the expression of "a perfect bear." The blue warrants are to be taken up in seven-thierties, but as these last are not worth but sixty, the warrants will cer tainly not be worth more. No sales were reported in levee yesterday, and there are various statements made as to the stipulations of the contract between T. A. Scott, H. S. McComb and the Louisiana Levee Company. "Those who buy in get seventy thou sand shares from the company," said one party, "and in return advance one hun dred and twenty thousand dollars in cash, at the same time guaranteeing to furnish all the money wanted to carry on the work. " "They hav'nt advanced the one hun dred and twenty thousand in cash," re torted another party, "for I know they now propose to pay this amount in bonds when they get them from the State. " "No," said a third party, "this is the way it is. They get twenty-seven thou sand shares, sixteen thousand of which are given against the payment of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars for the sixteen incorporators, which, with twenty-three thousand shares, will make the capital of the company five millions of dollars." These are the different statements made by the branches of the levee stock inter est, and all of them are laid before the public, showing how difficult it is to de termine the real state of the case. Have Your Printing and Blading Done at the Pellcnn Job Office, Corner Camp and Poydras Streets. cm: 29 ly JACOB OTT, B U I L. D E K , 1S4.............Delord Street...... . 184 (Tivoli Circle,) NEW ORLEANS. Stores fitted up with dispatch. Jobbing promptly attended to. j a 12 2dp ly NOTICE. The Grand Drawing of the Single Number Tickets, Louisiana State Lottery, will take place to-morrow, SATURDAY, the twenty-ninth day of July, 1371, at eleven o'clock A. M., over the rooms of the com pany. Cupital Prize.........................$30,000 Only 20,000 Numbers. TICKETS ONLY TWENTY DOLLARS. The public are invited to witness the drawing. jy28it 2p NEW ORLEANS SILVERWARE MANUFACTORY. Attention is particularly directed to my SILVER TABLE WARE, such as SPOONS, FORKS, ETC. Prices as low as at any Northern manufactory and CHEAPER THAN IN ANY HOCSK IN NEW ORLEANS. Quality and style equal to any. Fall guarantees given in all cases. Every description of Medals, Badges, Military Belt-plates, Sword Mount ings, etc., manufactured In the most artistic man ner and at low prices. A. HIMMEL. Proprietor, dt»4 ly2p No. 136 Povdiaa street QUARANTINE. PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. Statu of LonsiAifA, Executive Department. New Orleans, May 25, 1871. Whereas. An act of the Legislature approved March 15,1855, entitled "An act to establish quar antine for the protection of the State/' provides that the Governor of the State shall issue his proc lamation upon the advice of the Board of Health, declaring any place where there sha 1 be reason to believe a pestilent, contagious or infectious disease exists, to be an infected place, and stating the num ber of days of quarantine to be performed by the vessels, their passengers, officers and crews com mg from such place or places. Now. therefore, in pursuance of the provisions of the act aforesaid, I issue this, my proclamation, and declare the places l#reafter named to be infected places, and that all vessels, together with officers crews, passengers aud cargoes arriving from such places, or having touched or stopped at any of them, shall be subject to a quarantine of not less than ten days, or for a longer period, as may be consid ered necessary by the Board of Health, to take effect from and after the FIRST DAY OF JUNK, 1871. Any violation of the quarantine laws as here proclaimed will be severely punished. The places which are hereby declared infected as aforesaid are the following, to wit: Havana, Matanzas, Trinidad, Cardenas, St. Jago, all on the Island of Cuba; Port Royal and Mintego Bay, on the Island of Jamaica: Jacmel and Port au Prince, on the Island of San Domingo; the islands of St. Thomas. Martinique and Guadeloupe; Campeachy, iu Yucatan: Belize, in Honduras; Vera Cruz, Alvar ado, Tampico. Matamoras and Tuxpan, in Mexico; San Juan, iu Nicaragua: Chagres, Aspinwall and Porto Bello, in Central America; Maracail>o, in Venezuela; Laguayra, Island of Trinidad; Rio Janeiro, Para Cayenne, Buenos Ayres, m South America; aud Nassau. New Providence. Given under my hand and the seal of the State, this twenty fifth aay of May, A. D. 1871, and of the independence of the United States tne ninety-fifth. By the Governor H. C. WAKMOTH, Governor of Louisian*. Gruxor E. Bovze, Secretary of State. iev 26 2p DR. GEORGE J. FRIEDRICHS, DENTAL SURGEON, 133 St. Charles Street, Corner Girod Street, one square above City Hall, de* 2qSly JOHN W. MADDEN, STATIONER. LITHOGRAPHER, JOB PRINTER, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, 73................Camp street................73 Executes all orders with promptness and dis patch. )a29 PELICAN GASLIGHT COMPANY. OFFICE: CORNER CANAL AND CARONDELET STREETS. Factory—No. 1*23 Dryndes Street. This Company is now prepared to take orders for PORTABLE GAS MACHINE*, adapted to dwel lings. hotels, factories, stores, halls, sugar houses, churches, etc., combining all the advantages of other gas machines, aud at rates lower than any. The inspection of the public is invited, both at the office and factory. WILLIAM McCULLOCH, (Formerly Superintendent New Orleans Gasworks), j.vlfi lm 2p _ Superintendent. REOPENING. SEWING MACHINES—ALL KINDS. The public have lang desired the establishment of a Mart, where all kinds of Sewing Machines and Sewing Machine Findings could be had; where they cou'.d see and compare the workings of one machine compare the workings of one machine with another, and select from the different makes the machine best suited to the use to which they desired to apply it. To sueli a Mart we invite yon at 159 Canal street. Agents wanftd. no22 2ptf M. S. HEDRICK. General Agent. BUY THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. IMPROVED AND NEW UNDER FEED \VI LBON .SHUTTLE SEWING .MACHINE. Unrivaled for SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY and BEAUTY. Easiest to learn and manage. On eas diiac ii. natural iu learn ana manage, on easy terms of payment, at TWENTY DOLLARS LESS than machines controlled by "the monopoly." Warranted to do perfect work. Rooms at Gen eral Southern Agency, No. 189 Canal street, comer of Burgundy street. AGENTS WANTED. A. II. TRUE & CO., del6 Sa Su & Tu ly Agents. DOOLEY'S YEAST POWDER Is now almost universally used in the Kitchen, the Camp, the Galley. It is not only the best hut the Cheapest Baking Powder, and is unequaled for the production of elegant and wholesome ROLLS, BISCUITS, BREAD, Griddle Unites, Wnffles, Dumplings, Ete.i Composed of the purest and best materials, and put up in Tins which are, to all intents and pur poses, impervious to the action of weather and time. It Will Keep lor Yenrs in Any Ullmnte. To those who have never used it, we say give it a fair trial, and our word for it, you will thereafter use no other kind. Put up in quarter pound, half pound, one pound and five pound cans, actual weight. Sold Genernlly by Grocers, Ship Chandlers and Dealers. DOOLEY & BROTHER, Proprietors, Wholesale Depot 69 New street, New York. no20 2p THE NEW ORLEANS REPUBLICAN PRINTING COMPANY'S STEAM BOOK AND JOB Printing' Establishment, 94...............Camp Street...............94 We have purchased from George Bruce, New York, entirely new type for the Ehtoblica*. Alio from T. H. Senoir, agent, a new CAMPBELL BOOK PRESS, with all the late Improvement!, which, in addition to our previous supply of Printing Machinery, will enable ue to turn out work with dispatch, and in s style that can not be excelled In the South. We have also In operation three flrst-claae GORDON PRESSES of assorted sizes. These are considered in New York the Best Presses that are made, for the rapid and superior execution of work. We employ skill ful workmen, who will at all times be properly in formed as to the latest and best styles of work. We would call the particular attention of the Mercantile and Business Community te this D* partment of our Establishment, as we have mad* to it extensive additions in the very NEWEST STYLES POSTER AND GENERAL JOB TYPE, PRESSES, ETC., WHICH IXABLI Cl TO EXECUTE EVERY DESCRIPTION PRINTING, ■cca al MAMMOTH POSTERS, NANCY SHOW CARDS RAILROAD WORK. LAWYERS' BRISn, KOOK WORK, STEAMBOAT WORK. SC SIN ESS CARDS. PROGRAMMES. HANDBILLS. And an kinds of MERCANTILE WORK. The facilities we have Is the way of STEAM, CARD AND HAND PRESSES MMABLR Ul TO BXMCUTB W02K RAPIDLY, K1ATLY AND CHEAPLY. RULING AND BOOK-BINDING EVERY DESCRIPTION EXECUTED WITH DISPATCH. STEAMBOAT PRINTINGS Steamboat Officers will find It to their UfTKREST TO CALL AT OCR JOB OFFC1 LEAVE THEIR ORDBRS. W* have mad* special provision for Steamboat Printing, and have FEW FONTS OF BKATIFCL TYPE COLORED BILLS, as whll as tons or tu FINEST COLORED INK TO BE HAD. POSTERS AND HANDBILLS III Btifl AND COLORED INKS, AND or XTEKT SIZH Our Facilities for Printing BLANK WORK, ire unequaled by any establishment In this elty BILL HEADS ON ANY QUALITY OF PAPER, Prices Accordingly. INSURANCE POLICIES AND BLANKS. RAILROAD TICKETS, TIME-TABLES, In Act, all kind* of JOB PRINTING eaa *• •Mooted at this Office —net only with dispatch Mt su aeoommedatlag — >ANK O* NEW <>R1 - KANB. Nkw Orleans, June 2,137f In accordance with the requirements of ofCo^res S entitled "An act fo^ Treasury Department Office of Controller of the <^rrencv. Washington, May 27, 1371. ) Whereas, by satisfactory erider.ee presented to the undersigned, it lias been mad"* asno the "NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANKING AHSO CIATION," in the city of New Oi leans, in ri.e par ish of Orleans and State ot Louisiana has been duly organized under aud according to *f ie - e '*V r 5I ments of the act of Congress entitled An at provide a national currency, secured bv a piec,e of United States bonds, and to provide for tbetne circulation and redemption thereof, apme June 3,1364, aud has complied with all tne pro visions of said act required to be complied with before commencing the business of Banking under 8a Now/therefore, I, Hiland R. Hulburd, Contro-ler of the Currency, do hereby certify that the ' ORLEANS NAtfONAL BANKING ASSOCIATION, in the city of New Orleans, in the parish of Orleans and State of Louisiana is authorized to commence the business of banking under the act aforesaid. In testimony whereof, witness my baud and seal of office, this twenty-seventh^ay otHg, 1*71. Controller of the Currency. Bank of New Ori-Baws, ) New Orleans, June 2, 187*. i In accordance with the above authority, the Bank of New Orleans will commence business.un der the new -itle of NEW ORLEANS NATIONA-. uerine new me oi ------- BANKING ASSOCIATION on the hrst or July next. ---- N. AUGUSTIN, Cashier. je3 60t IHK FREEDMAN'S HAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY. A National Havings Bank. CHARTERED BY THE GOVERNMENT OP THE United States, March, 1865. Thirty-three branch offices have already been es tablished throughout the country. Principal 0#t«: WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. J. W. ALVORD, President. D. L. EATON. Actuary .114 Deposits of any amount i e strictly private and conUi tie on demand witl yabfe on demand IENT interest paid or c- ^ > NEW ORLEANS BRANCH: 114...........Carondelet street.... New Orleans, Lou» al *na. All account# , free of ri advantaSjJ afforded tS'tr.istei-a, guardsffiyU charge trust funds; also, B -Sit 'S sious and associations. Ofc? .y sued, payable on demand in <,,A® )\\ e . interest due. Deposits can w bank dralt, or postal money .vi* mb ceived from individuals, firm. ; 0 y\'V mfk jiorations, subject to check ati. yV'rt ®,^ov>o<V > ~ The Freedman's Savings aud incorporated for the special h >qA taxes semiannually eaehy.'N'^rfe^j, 7j""haviu$ to tr - ,ct **** a tviIBfifl/ -4'* As* iuiiDra...i S noim -v for the special % > -c. 01 outh, but it offers , like. As a nation* men of the South, all classes alike. ject at all times to the supervision, of the United States, its honesty « constantly assured. tly a OFFICE HOURS: From 9 A. M. t< iver Risks M Saturdav nights from six to eight o' C. D. STUK mhl7 ly Cashier New Orl , T OUIHIANA HAV1NGH BA7 VIER STEEKT - L * STREET. A5D SAFE DEPOSIT COV No. 51...........Camp Htreet..... 81 '222*222 W. Van NORDEN, HENRY PE3 7UU.OUO President. Vice-. JOHN S. WALTON, Cashier. directors: W. H. Thomas, David Wallace, Henry Peychaud, Dr. W. H. Holco H. J. Mullan. 8ix per cent paid on savings deposits. Safes rented, and valuables received. Interest on bonds collected and remitted. Persons living in the country will find thu. pany a safe depository for valuables, papers at a small expense. MEDICAL. D R. F. B. ALBERS, RESIDENCE NO. 85 ERATO STREET. Office, No. 218 Trhoupitoulas Htreet. Office hours from 8 to 9 A. M., and from 6 to 3 P. M.: and 31 Canal street, from 1 to 3 o'clock. de3 ly JOHN G. ANGELL, D. D. B., Has returned to the city, and is prepared to per form, without pain, all operations in Operative. MECHANICAL AND SURGICAL DENTISTRY Office and residence 1"' Ir' 1 " ne"' New Orleans, Louisiana. ORLEAys ' JanT1 * r 7 ' -l the requirements oi~J„ Droeri'nea/canai publish the following state ali those who may reqting December 31,1870: Dr. Allen would inform ___. her plate hereafter ma<* )r Y ear ending thirty-first pound, free from poison-.: as strong as the Vermi.......$102,060 38 ..... 48,465 64 4,305 59 made new at twenty pe«' price. D OCTOR BELDEN..... HOMEOPATH $224,332 11 51,511 00 Has removed his resk r ioccj J oseph and Magazine t at No. 46 Camp street. Office hours from 9 to 1__ _ _ _____ M. From 5 P. M. to 9 A. >r 1370.. $45,612 00 his house, except whene........ 914 56 $276,343 11 mv28 ly 46,526 56 piMEDLATE RELI AND ns for 1370........$229,816.55 A PERMANENT 46 period, viz.: 9 00 61 THE GREAT WEB 1 Is a Certain and Speed. s3 _ 15 ,. ro Rheumatism, Kidney compl;* 159,310 09 Dyspepsia, Sick Head-ache, «3 19 Whole pages from influent! 72 to the disease dispelling i qaulities of the GREAT WKS1 furnished on application. 91 Bald by All Firat-Cla « prick: 33—117.507 23 25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents, $ 1 j. AGKST5 WANTXD p' 6 *59 04 AARON DAVIS, Discover _ 323 Washington Btre $274,776 35 To he obtained of the Man and Retail, or at DEMAS BA and k RUCKLE, Agents in NEW..... 57.995 80 my28 216,780 55 s WEET QUININE IS l ment; replaces the use ot' ....... $13,036 OO Quinine, with which all are tai following Assets ssti itis warranted fully equal in, ,7 Quinine, and like it, is the one * ca *6 values, viz: GREAT, POSITIVE AND CMlroad City For all diseases of malarious orig........... $338,435 00 PBVER AND AGUE, NTERMITTENT FEVER, .......... CHILL FEVER, *......... 23 6 REMMri-TE.......... 4,000 00 BILIionds.... 3,000 00 1,000 00 99,000 00 36,601) 00 11,900 00 5,900 00 And the long train of disorders ......... when neglected. .any-... BWEET QUININ tisiana. Is made solely from Peruvian Bark (.ana"... ____ nine), therefore is of vegetable orii a i--> mineral poison, hut, on the contrary........ ' one of the elements found in the bloo. ••••••• 1 > 200 persons. SWEET QUININE^'" Acts as an antidote to, as well as a cu rial or miasmatic poison, the absorptu..... by the lunge causes intermittent feve? any only advantage claimed for .... SWEET QUININE over the use of old Bitter Quinine ia the .. aence of tiiat intense, persistent bit term .. in the latter, is an insurmountable obatr uae with most persons, and always with *** HWEET QUININE —* Is in two forms—in powder for the use of *' ' and druggists, and fluid for use in the fa-• for the general public. . STEARNS. FARR i. *774,061 32 mT15 Manufacturing Chemists, New 1,800 00 1,500 00 325 00 54,363 45 72,450 00 2,800 00 6,381 60 3,457 20 28,000 00 £3,286 82 ATTORNEYS AT LAW? correct JAJIES II. VEAZIE, .sident ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practice his profession in Concordia and--'} joining parishes. He will also act as commissioi^enty and conveyancer. Office in Newcomb buildin Natchez. my3rt 3m d t » D. REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY, ATTORNEY 4VTi ' ix COUNSELOR AT LAW, ' li6 ............ Exchange Place..'... . NEW ORLEANS. ...... > L~| S W wfllroce^prX^dcb/e B:Ulk , ° f r at his office. proois ot debt every day -* r ' ---— --- 2ni* ia JJAWKINS dfc THARP, (J. HAWxnvs-nuuii Thar?,) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAV 19 ............Commercial Place......... NEW ORLEANS. Prompt attention given to r, . State and United 8tatf.n 6 °.i°. 1 X, A ' "AKTLETTE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAV .................... street............ (Up stair*), NEW ORLEANS.