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ings were on fire several times, but were saved by the fire department with but little damage to the buildings. Baltimore, June 4.—In the game of base ball, played in this city to-day between the Forrest City, of Rockford, Illinois, and the Pastimes, of Baltimore, the former were victorious by a score of 21 to 11. The ground was in bad order on account of the rain. The annual session of the German Roman Catholic Central Society will be held in this city to-morrow, when a grand procession will take place at ten o'clock. The society will hold three days' session in Weisenger Hall. Delegates from all parts of tne coun try are arriviug, and it is expected 10,000 persons will be present. A masB meeting of the Israelites was held in this city to-night, at which a large num ber of the most prominent citizens were in attendance. Resolutions were adopted expressive of horror at the late massacre in Roumania, and thanking the President of the United States, and members of Congress for the spirit displayed by them. Cincinnati, J une 4 —The races were well attended to-day, though scarcely equal to the preceding days. . „ First Race .—Mile and* quarter dash; club S nrse of $200. [arion.................................. E. A. Smith's chestnut colt, by Bonnie Scott.................................. 2 Sister of Charity........................ Restless................................. , Time, 214. Second Race— One mile and repeat .% C purse $400, $300 to the first horse and to the secoud, wae won in two stra heats. BxfHe 1, Biddy Malone 2, Jce A 3. Time 1:45—1:44*. also, Peter Schwab & Hamilton, Ohio, while in charge of David W. Brown. Third Race —Dash of one mile and three tjU&rt^rr corm conn ♦ a fn I the firt Marion Hams 3. Time 3:09.j. I Smith's colt was the favorite in the first race, Bafile in the second and Barney Wil - liams in tne third. The meeting has been the most successful I of any since the beginning of the war. There has been considerable commotion amoDg the distillers in the Third Ohio L'* 8 " trict, occasioned by recen , seizures madebv Collector Williams for alleged violations ot the revenue tax in 1868, 18Gi and 1868. 1es terday he seized the distillery of Isaac Hay Brookville. for alleged violations while it* charge of Her, Tarner Healy a so, the distillery ot George F. Alcott, while in charge of Marmaduke, Dodsworth A Co.; | JHtlver Intelligence. Southwest Pass, June 4, 12 M.—Barome ter 29:60. Wind west and light. No arri vals. Sailed: Steamships Cortez and Dud ley Buck. Southwest Pass, June 4, 6 P. M.—Ba-1 rometer 29:50. Weather calm. Arrived: 1:2. P. M„ Baker, SSySmiKh e mUcKS; £2%, denHrture^ 6 ^^ 8 ' l ° ^ lUlam Creevy ' No a p 1K « l T>nrTTnv Tnnp i p v urnd southwest and light No arrivals ' Sailed .Me,., b„k Yicksburo, June 4.—Passed up: Robert E. Lee at 8 A. M.; Edinburg at 12 M. Passed down: Alice DeaA at 12 M.. and Annie Me Gonzler at 4 P. M. Weather cloudy and warm. River falling. Memphis, June 4.—Passed up: Richmond, Passed down: Pauline Carroll, Indiana Belle Lee and CoL rado. Louisville, June 4.—Arrived: J. W. Garrett, from Cincinnati; Maiy Houston, from New Orleans; Robert Burns, from I Memphis. Departed: J. W. Garrett, for New Orleans; Robert Burns, for Cincinnati. | River falling, with six feet in the canal and four feet in the chute. Weather clear and warm. Thermometer 80. Bt Louis, June 4.—Arrived: Olive Branch from New Orleans; Julia from Vicksburg. Departed: Rubicon for Vicksburg: Hesper for Ouachit* river; 8t. Joseph for Memphis. River swelling slowly. Weather very warm. Cincinnati, June 4.—Departed: 8ilver Moon for Memphis. River falling with eleven feet eix inches in the channel. Weather cloudy. Thermometer 88 at noou. i Pittsburg June 4 —The Mononuahela httsbubg, June 4. ine siononganeia | river is stationary, with three feet six i inches. At Greensboro, three feet D,ne inches and falling. At Brownsville, three feet nine inches and stationary. Weather I clear and warm. Thermometer So. | MARKETS. 3o*eitlc Markata. New York, June 4—Evening.—Cotton closed quiet and weak; middling uplands 22Jc; Orleans 224c; sales to-day, on the spot, 600 bales; tor future delivery, 3000 bales. FJour 5c better. Wheat active: 1@ 2c better. Corn unsettled: new mixed Western $1 07. Fine pork firmer at $30 40 @30 50. Beef steady. Lard unchanged. Groceries firm. Naval store dull. St. Louis, June 4.—Fiour unchanged. Wheat firmer, No. 2 fall a little better at $1 08@1 10. Corn dull and lower, mixed and yellow, 92@96c. Oats, 56@58c. Rye, 65@66c. Whisky, $1 05. Pork firm aud unchanged at $30. Lard nominal, 15 J@16c. Bacon firm; shoulders, 134c; clear sides, 17JC. Cincinnati, June 4.—Flour firm at $5 5(J@ 5 75. Wheat $1 15@1 18. Corn higher at 94@95c. Oats 54@58c. Rye 95@97c. Cot ton dull; midd ings 21J@21^c. Whisky $104. Provisions unchanged and nominal; no sales; held at old prices. Butter 18c. New York June 4 —Net receipts of cotton f'r iLe week at all United 8tatea ports, 22, 255 bales ; exports to Great Britain, 34,765, to Continent 4,147 ; stock on hand 257,165 bales. Foreign Markets. London, June 4, Noon.—Consols 924 ; 5-20soi'62, 894. Sugar alloat 27s. 5d : rosm quiet. Liverpool, June 4. Noon.—Cotton mar ket dull; uplands 104@104d; Orleans lid; sales estimated at 8000 bales. Liverpool, June 4, Afternoon.—Cotton closed dull; uplands, lOJd; Orleans, 10J@ lid. Sales 8000 bales, including 1500 which were for export and speculation. Wheat quiet and steady. Flour 21s 6d. Corn dull. (Yesterday's Evening Dispatches.; Madrid, Juae 4.- The Cortes committee on thp abolition of fiiivcrv fiLvnrn neat ponement of complete em'anctpaUon for sixty years. Two citizens were killed and several WOUDded in a tax riot at Yalladoiid. Canandaigua, N. Y., June 4.—The Fe nians Olesaou, Donnally, Lindsey, Cullen, Fitzpatrick, McNeille, Glass and Smith, have been released on bail. Helena, Montana, June 4.—Recent snows, which were five and tix feet deep, have been followed by six days' rain. Washington, June 4—House —The House passed, with verbal amendments, the Senate bill authorizing the building of railroad bridges across the Alabama river, near Selma and near Montgomery. Mr. Scbenck modified his amendmont by reducing the duty on tea to 15 cents per pound, and on coffee to 3 cents. He moved the previous question on the first section as a whole, preventing a vote being taken on the separate paragraphs, and the Democrats have taken to filibus tering. The Senate bill to encourage the con struction of the International Pacific Railroad of Texas, was reported with amendment. A motion to take it up was made by Mr. Flanagan, but was objected to by Mr. Hamil ton, ot Texas, and laid over. The waiter girls of the hotel at Sioux City, Iowa, refused to serve Spotted Tail. White Bear, Green Oak and Yellow Hair, when those dusky warriors went to the table the other day, arid the bar tender was ignobly pressed into their service. In deciding a suit for divorce, an Iowa judge said "ihat evidently the plaintiff her self furnished a large share of the provoking cause of their difficulties, and that her rem edy was not in a court, tut, if her health, would permit, in a reformation of her man ners." A lady is noticed in a.Western paper as "calling on her friends in her bestblaok silk dress and a cashmere shall with the name of the camel neatly embroidered in the corner. TJM COURTS. The Beak of Loslalau Case oa the Writ ef Error. In this case Judge Bradley rendered a long decision 'yesterday, expounding the law regulating writs of errors and ap peals, and ruling that the appeal taken from the proceedings in bankruptcy in this case had been properly taken, and that its effect would be to suspend all proceedings which had been commenced in the Circuit and District Courts. The Hlaaahter House Iniunctlons. The petitions which were filed in the Eighth District Court on Friday, restraining the Board of Metropolitan Police, the Mayor and the Administrator of Commerce from landing, keeping, slaughtering or offering for sale any cattle, etc., save that landed at, inspected and slaughtered at the slaughter house of the Crescent City Live Stock Land ing Company, was drawn up by Joseph P. Horuor, of counsel for company, and sworn to by F. J. Pratt, President. The security upon the bond, which was fixed at $3000, was given by Mr. C. A. Weed. The petition, after alleging the creation of ___ _______ _________ _ _____________ the company under the act of the Legisla ture with the exclusive privileges conferred, and the establishment of the company in , compliance with the law, appointment of inspectors, etc., goes on to cite that not with-1 standing the provisions of said act, and in direct violation of the same, sundry ill-ad vised and ill-disposed persons have erected stock landing and slaughterhouses within the parishes of Or'eans. Jefferson and St. Bernard, and have continued to carry on therein the live stock lauding and slaughterhouse business, since Juiy 1, 1869, in defiance of the provisions of said act, and of the rights and privileges of petitioner, and have of fered the meat for sale in the parishes named, an( ] are d 0 i [lg r so daily in direct oDen and I r% . " ..I _______________________________ I N>w Orleans^ which said act is designed to protect, and that by such illegal acts peti tioncr is damaged to an extent greatly ex ceeding $100,090 per annum, and the people I 0 f New Orleans are dama"ed to an extent inappreciable in money. ^ TUat tbe Board of Metropolitan Police is charged to preserve the peace, cleanliness an( j health of the city, and that it is bound by law to perform said duties in enforcing I the laws of the State, and particularly the act j n question, but that since the act went j n to effect the said board has neglected to enforce said law, and has allowed sundry an( ] divers ill-advised and ill-disposed | people, and still allows them to slaughter and expose meat for sale without the same Life &,T pe ? U M a , 3 ^ U !r d by the , thl * tb % d .r^ e ,.°u f nfL 1 w th i et . nment of . th . e bea'th LnhJVinnLf d ,u ln - d y e . ct f f 0 ^ *A ld a . ct ' duty to enforce said act; and that by law the city of New Orleans, and S. C. Emley, Ad ministrator of Commerce, have the charge 'Lit wMch *"• That by the neglect ' of the cily( of the board and of the said Administrators, peti * ioners , hftTe sufieredirreparable injuiy, and ' a mini«tratnnfamf tr^rnt^t 8 ,f d Ln^vliiSe a nf 1 1 th ° rlghtS '^pnvilegesof peUUoners...... The following is the order issued in the L injunction directed to the Administrator of I ■ ■■ ~ the Metropolitan Police: State of Louisiana—Eighth District, Court for the parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, to the Board of Metropolitan Police, New Orleans, greeting: I j n the name of the State of Louisiana'and of the Eighth District Court for the parish of | Orleans, to prevent anv and all persons (ex cept plaintiffs herein) from landing, keeping or slaughtering any cattle, beeves, calves, sheep, swine or other animals, and from having, keeping or establishing any stock landing, yards, pens, slaughterhouses or abattoirs at any pointor place within the city of New Orleaus, or the parishes of Orleans, Jefferson, or St. Bernard, and to prevent and prohibit any and all persons from selling or offering for'sale in the city of New Orleans any animal meat, for human food, not You are hereby commanded and enjoined, i H i H , lf rhtprpif «nd insnpptpj ot tho „i u ,,| » lau guterea ana inspected at the slaughter | h 0n8e8 of petitioners, plaint ffa here n, ac i CO rding to law, and you are commanded and eD joined to use all the powers conferred U p 0U you by i aw t0 carry lut0 e g- ect tbl3 in . I junction, and you are so enjoined until the | further order of this honorable court. Witness the Honorable Henry C. Dibble, Judge of our said court, this third day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy, and in the ninetv-iourth year of the independence of . ------- tho United States. J. CORPREW, Deputy Clerk. Eighth DIHrict Conrt Tae following cases, in which the Slaughterhouse Company is plaintiff, have been transferred from the Fifth District Court to the Eighth District Court: Crescent City Slaughterhouse Company vs. Butchers' Benevolent Association, and Debatt, John C. Caverie,' Abraham Jacobs, Joseph Hay, 8. Firmberg, Freeman Moran, Dominique Matthes, Fred. Soule, Ramond Delord, Henry Buderer, J. M. Mailhe, V. ____.___ also against B. Carambat et al., Dominique Virgajj, T. Hayern, Philip Bennett, Richard T '- u -" T -' " " *- **---* ' ' Castelin, John Wilson & Co., and B. Dastil impression on the mind of the Judge, Castelin, John Wilson & Co., and B. Dastil lon, The Warner Divorce Case. s', •arp:v Tsw: sfstwvs promising young members of the bar. His effort was highly commended by those who listened to it, and it evidently made a strong : ------__ " . _ " 4 In the Eighth District Court, yesterday, came up the case of B. R. Warner, sueing his wife, Mary Ann Hinckly, for a divorce. The matter occupied the attention of Judge Cooley, sitting in the place of Judge Dibble, duriug the entire day. The case was con cluded at about six o'clock. The case pre sents many interesting legal questions, all of which were ably and eloquently argued Sixth District Court—Damage Salt for Thre* Hundred and Twenty-five Thousand Dollars. C. J. Johnson vs. J. J. McComb.—Ia this case plaintiff claims that the defendant, who resides in England, and is represented in this city by bis agent, Henry T. Bartlett, made a contract witn petitioner to promo'e the sale in the United States of petioner'a cotton tie. known as the "Buckle Tie,''or "0, KliOnil 8.3 1116 d ------—, — Swe _ tt P a >ent; to advertise the same equally, as prominently and thoroughly as the rival tie claimed by himself, and known as the "Arrow Tie;'' to keep the American market fully supplied with the "Buckle or Swett tie," even anticipating any probable de mand, aud in various other ways did contract with petitioner, all of which will appear by a certain deed herewith filed. Petitioner alleges said contract amounted to a partnership between the parties, and that McComb has violated it in this. That he failed to send out to the American mar ket a sufficient supply of the "buckle tie" as per contract; that he has failed to pro mote the sale of the tie, and has done va rious acts in violation of his contract. Claimant asks the sequestration of certain books and papers connected with the al leged partnership and a judgment for $325,000 damages. The order of seou.*stra tion was granted upon plaintiff giving bond in the sum of $2500. Eighth District Coart. f Charles Cavaroc vs. S. Belden, Attorney General, et al.—This is one of the cases in which the Slaughterhouse Company is in terested, and was filed on the thirtieth of August, 18C9, in the Third District Court. It whs yesterday transferred to the Eighth Dis trict Court. Walsh s's Premiums at the Texas State Fair.- Our friend Blaney Walshe, the well known dealer in shirts and furnishing goods at No. 110 Canal street, appears to have carried everything before him at the late State Fair at Houston, Texas, for he received a silver medal, a bronze medal and a diplo ma for the excellence of his various goods. This is not at all surprising, for we have long been aware that Mr. Walshe bestowed universal pains in getting up his stock, and that his good taste was proverbial. Mr. Walshe, we are pleased to see, has now on hand a splendid stock of summer furnishing goods, shirts, etc., for men, boys and chil dren. Go and look at them. j I Unsta mped L etters. HMM4 la the I«w Orleans Poston** Tar Want *f Pasta**, a as* A. Persons mailing the below mentioned let ters can have them forwarded to destination by calling at the Postmaster's room, and paying postage by stamps. These letters are retained one week, and then forwarded to the Dead Letter office. Revenue ttampi not receivable at pottage. August Hellinsteter, New Orleans. Captaiu Donovan. Carlos A. Fonsaco, Havana, Cuba. Francisco Zappi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. CHARLES W. LOWELL, Postmaster. Monetary and Commercial MOM START. ON 1T10S OF THE DAILY REPUBLICAN. Katubday Evening, Juno 4. U7U The money market proper is without any I material variation. On the street Al notes I secured by UDqestionable collaterals, and I Al business paper without collaterals at I 10@12 3$ cent annum, and second grade & t l@li & cent month; Al mortgage I notes at 9@10 cent 3ji annum, and second grade at 10@12. I Gold opened at 114j@114J (against 114J at I New York,) and continued steady through the day, closing at the opening rates. The principal sales were confined to $10,000 at I lUJ; $20,000 at 114J and $3000 at 1141 I Nothing reported in silver. It is quoted at 109 for American half dollars, and 3@3j cent premium m gold for Mexican dollars I ^ limited business was done in. foreign I exchange, and at rather easier rates. The BH,es sterling embraced £27,000, ot which i»ocaa u.n «a 1045 . r * nr\n „♦ 10 c. In francs there 'were sales of 120X00 com mercial, including 20.000 and 100,000 at M Sterling may now be quoted at 124|@1234 for good to Al bill of lading and c lea r » and 125|@126 for bank; and lrai cs 4 52J@4.51j lor the former and firstname.lastname@example.org tor the latter. Domestic exchange was quiet but steady, The banks checked on New York at J cent premium, and the sales included $32,000 commercial sight on New York at j pre mium; $5000 bank, $23,000 private bankers, $25,000 bauk and private bankers', and $25,000, $45,000 and $50,000 commercial at 9-32; $15,000 at 5-16, and $5000 and $10,600 thirty days' sight on New York at j discount. 1" stocks 500 shares Crescent City Slaugh terhouse sold (late last evening) at $25; ll)0 ditto (to dav) at $26 50; 50 ditto at $27, and 200 at *27 To; 500 Ship Island Canal at 90c, and a round lot ot Mechanics and Traders' R n „t «,♦ „ , ... - .. $2o,000 Metropolitan Police warrants Zi 2K IS 14 '*» " «•"»• "* the We heard of nothing doing in city treasury notes, acme of the dealers bought small sums at 25 per cent discount, but others r "" ed " P ' J be,:et 3 ° ' r P ' J d I ^ a J> and a8 buyers would not go"on unless at easier rates, lactors were compelled to make ccncessions accordingly. One or two parties came out with orders of some magni tude, but being unable to fill them at these limits, were compelled to withdraw. The sales included strict low middling and Havre low middling at 20i@20ic; middling at 214 c, aQ d other lots in accordance with our quo tations. There was so little competition among buyers that sales could not have been forced unless at our inside figures, or afrac tion leas. I statement of cotton. COMMERCIAL Saturday Evening, Jane 4,1870. L CoTTON-The sales to-day embraced 1100 I bales at still easier prices, requiring further modincations of our quotations, as follows: Ordinary. 10$@13c;good ordinary, email@example.com; low middling, 20j!®20jc; middling 214@ 21|c: strict middling 22@22.Jc, and good middling — @22.jc. The demand was slack throughout the stock on hand September 1, 1863-bales, Arrived since iastjstatement........ .... 1,160,273—1,160,625 Arrived previously. Total............................... 1,161,395 Oleaied to-day......................... 6,267 Cleared previously..................1,052.783—1,058,679 Stock on hand and on shipboard—bales........103 319 To-day's exports' embraced 3235 bales to Liverpool, 424 to Vera Cruz, 596 to Boston, an< ^ ^2 to New York. Receipts proper 8 * nce ^ a8 ^ evening 262 bales, against 377 on i j ast Saturday, and 344 last year, and since September 1, 1,099,576 bales, against 777,606 last yeai, exclusive of sample additions. Sugar and Molasses— Only 22 hhds sugar and 12 bbls molasses were received this morning. Tfie market is firm, with a f air demand, and we quote inferior sugar at 7J@8ic; common to good common at 8j@ 9fc; fair at 9J@10c; good fair atl0.J@101c; fully fair at lu|c; prime at ll@ll.Jc; choice I gallon for inferior; 65@73c for fermenting; city refinerv reboiled at 50©75c; golden syrup at $1; Cuba molasses at 35@45c | gallon. _ ... _ . , a * firstname.lastname@example.org; yellow clarified at 12c; white at 12)@13c. Molasses 40@55c " ' ^ Arrivals from the West— The Continen tal, from St. Louis, has arrived since our review of yesterday. Flour— We have again to note a scarcity of fine and superfine, the grades in request, while other descriptions are in good supply and dull. Sales to-day of 6600 barrels, of which 139 fine at $4 50; 100 do at $4 70; 75 do at $4 75; 100 double extra at $5; 100 treble extra at $3 bbl. Corn —Is in better supply and prices are rather easier. 2500 sacks were sold to-day, I aw®a « «• I . at 28 ' 59and 21,0 d° at *1 ousnei. , . . .. , . I Oats— Are also m better supply and prices I . are rather easier. About 1300 sacks were sold to-day, of which 600 at 67c; 100 and 100 at 69c; 250 and 300 at 70c bushel. Bran— 200 sacks sold at $1 30 $ 100 lbs. Hay —The market is in light supply of good and prices are firmer. Primes is quoted at S25; 100 bales choice Western sold at $26, and 133 do at $27 $ ton. Bacon— The movement is only in a job bing way at 144c for shoulders; 17|c for clear rib sides; 16J for clear sides; 21@21Jc . . . , — m | for_ sugar-cured hams; 4 casks shoulders sol d at 144c, and 19 tierces sugar-cured hams I at_ 2 l 4 C^) tt> Lard— 25 kegs kettle rendered sold at 184c, and 45 kegs refined at 19c lb. Tierces are quoted at I54@16|c tb.as iu quality. Pork—T he market is firm at $31 50 bbl tor mess at wholesale, it is retailing at $31 50@31 73 $ bbl. Breakfast Bacon— Western commands 18@18*c; Northern 20@21c ft. Dry* Salt Meat—S houlders are quoted at 13j@13ic ft. Bagging— A lot of 50 bales India sold at 32c ijjt yard. The market is very firm, and holders not disposed to sell at this price. Whisky —We continue to note a quiet market, and ample supply. Prices are steady. We quote Western rectified at £1@1 10 3d gallon, as in proof; Bourbon tl 25^1 35 for patent, and $1 59@5 for pure. 100 bbls rectified sold at $1 09 $ gallon. Lard—T he market is firm at 18|@19c 3^ ft for kegs, 15|@16c for kettle-rendered iu tierces, and 164c for refined. 100 tierces country kettle rendered sold at 15ic $ ft. Freights—T he market is dull, both foreign and coastwise. The supply of sail tonnage is light. By Steam —Cotton to New York jc; to Philadelphia 4c- Fiour to New York 50c; to Philadelphia 75c. By Sail —Cotton to Liverpool 15-32d; to Havre 15-10@lc; to Bremen lc. Tobacco to Liverpool 40s; to Bremen 40s. Fiour to Li verpool 3s 3d. Bcttbr —The supply of new butter is more than ample for the demand, which is very dull. We quote nominallv choice Western at 25@23c, Goshen at 37@—c $ ft. Cheese— Receipts of new cheese are of a quality to smell quickly with warm weather, so that the demand is very light. We quote Reserve! at 15o. factory at 15@16c, English dairy at 20c $ ft. Louisiana Rice— The demand is good at full prices. The supply is very small and the receipts light. We quote choice 8j@9c; prime to good do 74@84c; ordinary to good do 6 |@ 740 | and inferior &j@«4c ¥ 15. Marine Intel ligence. OFFICE OF THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, > Bandar, June I, 1870. f 0LEAKED YESTERDAY. Bteamshiu General Meade, Rampeon, for New York S tea mi hip Bapidau, Whitehurst, tor New lark via Ha vana Steamer Nick Lopgworth, Kates, Tor Louisvil'e Steamship 1 O Harris, Lockwood, for Bruos Santiago via Galveston Steamship rent, Gardiner, for Apalachicola Bark Lucy Francis, Up on, for Boston Schooner Mai, Briggs, for Ruatan Island Schooner Constance, Arnet. lor Ruatan Island Schooner Victory. Silver, for Apalachicola Ship Bazaar. Je leseore, tor Liverpool Britlsn brig Hope MonteDola, for Vera Cmz British schooner Angelina, Ward, for Rnatan Island Schooner Wm Bbbitt Newman, for Pensacola Schooner J U Whipple, Goodspeed, tcrUtilla ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamship Bienville, Baker, from New York 30th ult, via Havana. «o Wm Creevy—1st district 14 Steamship Achilles Colburn, from Philadelphia, via Ha vana, to an Creevy—2d district 10 Schooner Brazos. Rau t, from Ruaiau Island, to R Tra montana— P T Schooner Louise. Willinton, from Sagua La Grand! to Chaff mix A Agar—P T TOWBOATS. Gladiator, 8chnltz. From the Passes—Towed down to the bar brig Wave, schooners H P Basse!!, and H Ho. bar! Brought up schooner Brazos ary 4no, Bo.es. from Pittsbnrg Sam Brown, Gordon, from Pittaburg 4TB AM BOATS. Atlantic. Grant, from St Louis Alice, Muncy, trom Amite river—New Basin. Grand Era, nouns, from Shrevepou Wild Wagoner, Goddin. from Matchez. Matches. Learners, from Vicksburg. St. John, Grealhoase. from Baton Rouge Kight Way, Oegood. from Lockport. Hunter, Jeanfraa. from Lower Coast Crescent rt nckley. from Bayon Teche. Continental. McCloy, trom 8t Louis. Louise, Hopkins, from Mobile. Louise, Hopkins, from Mobile. JBXP0&T8, NEW YORK—Steamship General Meade—$26,500 in specie 953 ba es cotton 69 hhds tobacco lit bags wool 870 hides 183 bales moee 6() bbls onions 114 obis oil 320 bbls flour 125 bdls hides 19 bales hides 115 pkgs mdse NEW YuRK—Stearoshin Kapidan—85 doz brooms 25 dos brushes 100 bbls tiour 30 bbls tallow tor Havana ^9 bales cotton 112 bales wool 29 sks wool 30 bbls m 'las ses 600 hides 5 bales hides 200 bbls hour 1000 empty bbls 13 pkgs md$e for New York BOSTON—Bark Lncy Francis—596 bales cotton 100 bbis oil 2400 staves 164 hides 1 bale wool 300 bbls dour 4 pkgs mdse RUATAN ISLAND—Schooner Mai—In balla3t RUATaN Island—S chooner Constance—In ballast AFaLACHICOLA—Schooner VLtory—in ballast LOUISVILLE—Steamer Nice Longworth—47 casks sodo ash LIVEKPOCL—Ship Bitaar—3*135 bales cat ton 12C0 staves VERA CRUZ—Brig Hope—424 bales cotton 466 pieces lumber RUATAN ISLAND—Schooner Angelins—15,000 feet lumber 14,000 shingles 14 bole don 10 bbls beef 6 bbis pork 6 bbls tar 10 bxs soap PENSACOLA—Schooner Wm Ebbitt—4C0 sks corn 10 bbls flour 1 bbi whisky 20 bbU onions 50 c a gs nails UTILLA—Schooner J G Whipple—In ballast BRAZOS SANTIAGO VIA GALVESTON—Steam ship I C Aarris—131)0 bbls flour 700 sks corn 50 bags of coffee for Galveston 8i0 pkgs mdse fo*- Brazes APaLAOHI»J< LA— Stramship Perit—925 bbls flour 500 sks corn 26 csks bacon 15 bbls whisky 5 bbls raolastes 5 kegs lard 6 tes Urd 50 sks oats 15 bags coffee 6 bales 6f hay 10 bois pork 200 pkgs mdse IMPORTS. RUATAN ISLAND—Schoocer Brazes—Cargo fruit KEY WEST VIA FLORIDA PORTS—Stearusnip Beaufort—2 bales cotton 916 sks peas 1 bz mdse 1 iron sale 2 bdls hides HONG KONG-Bark Villa de St Lo-1299 sks rice SAGHA LA GR4**D—Schojner Louise—314 hhds of molas.es 35 tes molasses MOBILE—Steamer Louise—46 bales cotten S7pkgs of tobacco 4 bbls tarpentioe 20 bdls paper and sundries RECEIPTS OF PRODBOb RT LOUIS—steamer Atlantic—7465 bbls flour 150 bf bbls fi. >ur i 1.593 sks oats *312 sks corn 1140 sks bran 15.0 bales hay 50 bbls oil 68 tes lard 18 k«*gs lard SHREVEPORT-Steamer Grand Era—132 bales cot* ten 205 sks cotton seed 62 bdls hides 135 head cittle 10 bbls molasses AMITE RIVER—Steamer Alice—5 bales cotton 22 sks cotton seed 3000 staves 40, .00 shingles 2u,G0C feet lumber and sandries NATCHEZ—Steamer Wild Wagoner—120 bales cotton 118 ak« cotton reed and sundries BATON ROUGE—Steamer fit John—9 ba'es cotton 10 hhd« sugar and sundries LOCKPORT—Steimer Right Way—33 bbls rice 125 sks rice 51 bales moss 72 bbis onions ll3 bbls potatoes ' bbl tallow 27 bdls hides 53 hides LOWER COA*T— Steamer Hnuter—Sandries BAYOU TECHE—Steamer Crescent—Sundries NT LOUI»—Steamer Continental-A fu'l cargo of Western produce RIPLEY, ILL—Harden's Flatboat—50,000 pieces of stoce ware PITTSBURG—Steamer Mary Ann—210.C00 bushels coal PITTSBURG—Steamer Sam Brown—298.000 bushels coal ST TBI RAILROAD 8. MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL ROAD, June 4—296 sks potatoes 402 hides 70 sks onioDs 20 bbls onions ':99 bags wool 5 hales skins 2 tes tallow 50 bdls hidi'S 24 hf bales moss 1 bud tallow 46 hhds sugar and sundries and sundries REMOVALS. R E KOVAL.....................UlKOVAL. The undersigned baa removed fcis STONE YARD rom the old stand, on Customhouse street, to the ARTIFICIAL FREAK STONE IAKD, on Poydras street, between Locust and Freret streets, and the office to No. 36 Natchez street. Jn extending and consolidating his business with the Frear Artificial Mone Company, he would ex prees his thanks to a generous public, the patrons and friends of a business of thirty-eight years stand ing in this city, and would solicit a cortinu&Bce of the same to the Louisiana Frear Stone Manufactur ing Company. NEWTON RICHARDS. Referring to the shove, the FREAR ARTIFI CIAL STONE COMPANY will furnish their STONE, also. Granite and Marble for ail purposes of building, fronts of stores and dwellings, steps, window Bills, lintels, tombs, monuments, ilagging for banquets, yards, garden walks, etc. ^articlar attention of property holders, architects and builders is called to the Artificial Frear Stone, now offered as a beautiful and economica substitute for brick and plastered fronts of buildings, and suitable for cornices, window trimmings, wall cop ings, front fences, etc NEWTON RICHARDS, President. James Clark, Secretary. Depot for the sale of RICHARDS' CAPE LIME. ap!3 OTELS AND BEBTAUBANT8 gAZIKAC KIITAFRA5T, No. 16 Royal Street, BY 8PARICIO. The best of everything in the market, and pure Wines and Liquors, at down town prices. Table service elegant. Waiters polite aud attentive. je5 H o: FOR. Til a Si' M HI Lit! * BAY ST. LOUIS. CRESCENT HOTEL, AUGUSTE PINO. MANAGER Accommoaa^ions for two hundrod or two hundred and fifty guest?. Rooms separate or in suites. The grounds are large and beautifully ornamented with trees, shrubben, etc. A clear spring of cold water guehe3 up in the centre of the garden. The facilities for bathing are complete. The shell road along the bay is oae of the most charming in the world for riding and driving. BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. Particular attention given to picnics and excur sion parties from New Orleans. The Creole or (Jamelia make daily trips from the city: Landing at the Orescent Wharf. The Chattanooga Railroad, which runs just in rear of the notel gardens, will be ready to travel by July 4. Board and lodging $75 per month; children undfcr ten years, 25; servants half price. ie5 eod J^EW RESTAURANT. GOOD LIVING AT LIVING PRICES. Table d'Hote; Breakfast, fifty cents; Dinner, fifty cents. All the delicacies of the season served up to cus tomers, and the cooking unexceptional. Try my house. EDWARD MARTIN, Proprietor, No. 57 St. Charles street Board per month, $25: per week, $ 6 . fe8 6m j^IAMOIU COFFEEHOUSE AND LAGER BEER SALOON (Late Cotton Plant). Corner Carondelet and Lafayette Ctrweta. Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, always ot band, as also toe very best Western Lager Beer. O. HENNEBEKG. N. B.—LUNCH served every day irom 11 to o clock. i?91y SHERIFFS SALES. Henrlette Hodfn ve. Mary F. Carter. S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans, No. 2262 —By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed by the Honorable.the Sev enth District Court tor the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auction, cn MONDAY, June 6.1870. at btlf past four o'clock P. M., at my warehouse, No. 74 St. Ann street, between Royal and Bourbon streets, in the Second District of this city— UNE PIANO, PLFYEL, No. 28,855. Also, a small lot of GAS FIXTURES. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash oa the .pot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL, my25 jel 6 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. William A dame. RRefrucaen vs. Kt. Leon Dupeire. F ifth district court for the par ish of Orleans, No. 87ff.—By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed by the Honorable tbe Fifth D. trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pub lic auction, at ray warehouse. No 74 St Ann street. Second District of thiscity.cn MONDAY, June 6, 1870, at five o'clock P. M — / THK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EF FECTS removed trom the house new or formerly occupied by tbe defendant and situated at No. 517 Bacchus (now Baronne) s-reet, in the First Dis trict of this city, according to inventory deposited in- my office for reference. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL mj3i 31 j«2 5 Sheriff of the Pariah of Orleans. STEAMBOATS. CAIRO AND CH ICAGO. OAIBO AND O HIOAGO—THE ILLINOIS OEK tral Railroad and Blue Line via Oairo. take freight from New Orleans on firzt-claaa steamer, leaving daily at S P. M. FOR OAIRO. CHICAGO AND all point. North and West via Oairo—The Sreat Republic, Virginia, Henry Ante, Hello I.ce, Indiana. Magenta, Nicholas Longworth, Hubert C. Lee and Continental. Are smoag the first-class steamers of this line. Through tickets to all points North via Oairo, for sale at No. 140 Common street, under the St. Charles HoteL Ail rates and all through bill, ot lading from New Orleans by the above given and signed only at the office of the company. Mo. 26 Uarondelet street. Shippers by this route save drayage and transfer charger, and their goods are always nnder cover. Insurance one-quarter lese than by any other route, and rate, lower. , JAMES T. TUCKER, General Agent. mblS 6m ST. LOUIS. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TBANIPOB TATIOS COMPANY. For Ms. lionlu. Cairo (connect ing with Illinois Central Railroad), and Memphis, steamer ATLANTIC AND HSHOES, Alexandeb Grant. Master. Leaves MONDAY, June 6. at 5 P. M., takieg freights for Chicago and all points on the Illinois Central Railroad aud its connections. J. T. BUBDKAU, Agent. J e " _ 13 Poydras street. For St. lionls Cairo, Memphis, the Bends, Vicksburg, Kr.te^gz, Baton Rouge and all intermediate landings—The first-class passenger steamer CONTINENTAL. John McCloy, Master: Lee A. Hall. Clerk. Leaves MONDAY, June 6, at 5 P. M. je2 For St. Louts, Cairo. Mem phis. Vicksburg, Natchez. Baton Rouge and intermediate landings, the low-pressure CHEAT BEFUBLIC, W. B. Donaldson, Master. J. H. Atkinson and W. A. Hurd, Clerks. Leaves THURSDAY, June 9, at 5 P. M. A plan of the cabin can be seen, and state rooms secured by applying at the office of Sionott A Adams, Mo. 25 Commercial place. myl9 For St. l.ouls, Cairo, Mem _phis. Vicksburg, Natchez, Baton Rouge and all intermediate landings—The mam moth steamer THOMPSON DEAN, J. H. Peppec. Master. N. B. Fowled. Clerk. Leaves TUESDAY, June 7. at 5 P. M. my29 LOUISVILLE. For Louisville. Evansville, Paducah, Cairo, Memphis, Vicksburg, Natchez, Baton Rouge and all intermediate land ings—The favorite packet INDIANA. R. E. Neal, Master: Chables Miller. Clerk. Leaves WEDNESDAY, June 8, at 3P. M. my29 WEDNESDAY, June 8, at 3P. M. my29 For .Louisville* .Evansville* Paducah, Cairo, Memphis, Vicksburg, _Natchez, Baton Bouge and all inter mediate landings, the elegant passenger packet. P. W. STBADEBi Albert Stein. Master. Leaves TUESDAY. June 7, at 5 P. M. my29 For Louisville* Evansville, iPaducah, Cairo, Memphis, and all in termediate landings—The fast packet MA«£ITA,\ J. Stut Neal, Master, Kinney Smith, Cierk. Leaves SATUKDA Y, June 11, at 5 P. M. myI7 A plan of her cabin can be seen and staterooms 25 Com RED RIVER. REGULAR TEW DAY PACKET. COMMENCING WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1. For Jefferson and Shreveport— bThe new elegant side-wheel passenger packet BRADISH JOHNSON. W. S. Bassbtt. Master: John W. Bbyant, Clerk. Leaves on FRIDAY, June 10, at 5 P. M., for above and all way landings. my 10 BATON ROUGE. Hew Orleans, Coast and Baton Rouge semi-weekly passenger packet AT. JOIIAT. W. R. Greathouse, Master. Leaves New Orleans every WEDNESDAY at 10 A. M.* and SATURDAY at 5 P. M.; leaves Baton Rouge THURSDAY and SUNDAY F.VENING8. coming down the coast below Donaldson villa in daylight, Fridays and Mondays. E. O. MELANCON, Agent, mh3 k6 Old Levee street. UPPER COAST. COAST AND LAFOURCHE PACKET company.—The new and elegant ateamer Henry Tete, Leaves every MONDAY at 5 P, M., and every FRI DAY at 10 A. M. Joseph Dalferes, Master, M. H. Landry, Clerk, leaves as above, tor Lockport and all intermediate landings on the Coast and Laiourcbe. K. C. MARTIN, Agent, jail 64 Old Levee street. OPELOUSAS. FOR OPELOUSAS, WASHING ton, Fort Barre, aod all landings on the Coast, Atchafalsya river and Bayou Oourtableau—The Hgh t draft ateamer, J. ». Blackford, W. Burton, master. J. B. Submit, clerk. Leaves on WEDNFSDAY. at 6 P. M. Leaves Washington for New Orleans every SATURDAY at 12 M. The J. G. Blackford connects at Simspon with steamer Paynswick, and at Cnurchville with Jennie Gibbens. Through bills lading given. Bills against steamer J. G. Blackford will not be paid Without a written order from tbe captain. Tbe J G. Blackford, when the -rater is too low, will connect with steamer Maggie P. B ANKS A ND BANKING, gT. CHARLE4 LOAN OFFICE. 15 ST. CHARLES STREET, ■ T. L. UESTEZ, SUCCESSOR OF A. MAROHAND. Money loaned on furniture, clething, jewelry, dia monds, etc. ap2 ly SPECIE AND ilXCllA.IlOE OFFICE BRUNO A WARNER. IU Grawter Street, near St. Charles. Pay the highest prices for all kinds of American and Foreign GOLD, SILVER, BULLION and PAPER MONEY. Bay and sell GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS and COMMERCIAL NOTES. Draw SIGHT and TIME DKAF'TS on New York, and all the principal cities of Europe, in sums to suit. del9 ly J^OAN AND PLEDGE AHOU1ATIOH, CORNER PERDIDO AND ST. CHARLES STS. Authorised Capital.. .8000,000. This Institution has been chartered by the State of Louisiana for twenty five years, and havingeifect ed a permanent organization, is prepared to make loans atEDtmore than FIVE PER CENT on Dia monds, Silver Ware, Watches, Jewelry, Dry Goods, Laces, Wearing Apparel, Furniture and all Move able or Immovable Property. Also on UnCUKKKNT MONEY, State Warrants, Metropolitan Warrants. City Notes, Levee Bonds, or any other evidence of State ar city indebtedness; United States Officers' Pay Accounts, United State Quartermasters* Vouchors, and Old Gold and Silva taken. PRIVATE ENTRANCE-Ladios visitiDg the As soc-atino can, by passing down Carondelet street, find a private entrance to the office on Perdido ■treat. , „ „ J- H. WILECN. President. JOHV W. HtlXWAN Cashier. oclO w» TO NAVE LABOR 1 —ASD— / INSURE LARGE CROPS, Uee'Stem'a RAW BONE SUPER-PHOSPHA.TB and FINK GROUND BONE, the great Fertiiizara. LOUIS STERN A BROS., manufacturers, office No. SOhartree street. New Orleagaa, Louisiana. Boko Black eLall grades constantly oa hand. no3 ly STEAMSHIPS THE CROMWELL LINE. For New York via Havana. Tni* line ii composed of tbs steamships GEORGE WASHINGTON, CORTES, GEORGE CROMWELL. MARIPOSA. ST. LOUiS. The steamship DEO, WASHINGTON, £. V. OAGER, Commander, Will leave her wharf, foot of Toulonse street, on FRIDAY. June 10, at 5 P. M. Passage.................................$50. Freight for Liverpool, Bremen and Havre taken by this line, and through bills of lading given for the same. For freight or passage apply to ALFRED MOULTON. my21 No. 41 Carondelet street. rOK NEW YORK VIA HAVANA. Carrying the United States maiL To sail FRIDAY, June 10. at 6 P. M. The magnificent Al sidswheel ocean steamship BIENVILLE, BAKER, Commander. Will leave her wharf, post 14, First District, as above. For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accom modations, apply to WM. OREEVY, Agent, 35 Carondelet street, corner Gravier. The steamship De Soto, Morton, commander, will follow and sail on her regnlar day, oo31 FOB NEW YORK. MERCHANTS' S T E AMSHIP LINE, Comprising the first-class steamships CRESCENT CITY..........Captain Geo. L. Norton. 8HERMAN...............Captain Miner B. Crowell. GENERAL MEADE......Captain A. W. Sampson. UNITED STATES...........Captain A. Blanchard. MISSISSIPPI...............Oaptain W. P. tienry. WESTERN METROPOLIS..Captain H. S. Quick. EMILY B. SOUDER...............Captain--. COMPRISING THE FIRST-CLASS Steamships SAILING FP.OM NEW YORK EVERY SATUR DAY. The Steamsbip GENERAL 8HEBMAN. MINER B. CROWELL, Commander. Will leave her wharf, foot of Jefferson street, on SATURDAY. Jane 11. at 5 P. M. These steamers have superior accommodations for passengers. Cabin Passage............i.................$50 Steerage Passage........................... 25 Bills of lading signed through to Liverpool. Glas gow and Bremen Through tickets for first-class and steerage passengers for Liverpool and the Conti nent, connecting with Guion's Line of Steamers, sailing trom New York every Wednesday. For freight or passage, apply to LOW A LUDWIGSEN. No. 190 Common street. The steamship CRESCENT CITY will follow, leaving on SATURDAY, June 18. at 5 P. M. oc20 ly FOR FJLOK1DA PORTS AND HAV ANA. LLIANOE LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. FOR PENSACOLA, WARRINGTON, APA LACHICOLA. ST. MARKS, CEDAR KEYS. TAMPA AND KEY WEST. Through bills of lading to Columbus. Georgia, and Hainbridge. Georgia, and all regular landings on Chattahoochee river; also to FERNAND1NA and JACKSON VILLE. This line is composed of the following steamships, to sail EVERY SA J URDAY: LAVACA............E. F. Schellenger. Commander FLORIDA..................M. O'Leary, Commander. BEAUFORT...........J- McO. Baker, Commander MARGARET..... William Blabeaey, Commander. TAPPAHANNOCK......C. W. Reed, Commander. The steamship BEAUFORT, ,J. McBakeb, Commander. Will leave her wharf, foot of Calliope street, on SATURDAY. June 4, at 8 P. M. For freight or passage, apply to F. W. PERKINS i, CO., Agents, 26 Carondelet street. N. B.—Shippers will please! procore orders from Agent's Office before sending freight to steamer. No freight reoeived on the day of sailing. fe2 ly EAILE0ADS. UIKOTGU BLEEPING CO At HER GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL F.OUTE. This ime is one hundred and four miies shorter frem New Orleans to New York than anv other route. It is the only direct route to the Virginia bpnegs. Best and quickest route to Nashville, and only route to Atlanta and the Southeast running two daily trains. All transfers, ferries and night changes avoided. The most elegant Sleeping Coaches ever built i n this country run through from New Orleans to Chattanooga. Births secured through to New York. For through tickets aud information apply to A. D. SHELDON, Ticket Agent, Corner of Camp and Common streets. C. A. H. FOSTER, Ticket Agent, New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Depot. JULIUS HAYDEN, General Southern Agent, New Orleans. my31 lmo pASMENGEKS GOING EAST, VIA LOUISVILLE OB CAIRO, Should purchase Tickets by the ERIE AND ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, Forming the best and most comfortable Line eo New York, Bostoc and Northern and Atlantic cities, with magnificent Palace Combined Day and Night Coaches, through to New York without change. Two Lightning Express Trains Dally. Thi3 is the only Line from Cincinnati to New York nnder one management; the only Lino from Cincinnati to New York without break of gauge; tbe only Line whose trains run through to New York without change; the only Line running coaches through without using compromise wheels: tbe only Line running Palace Broad Gauge Ooachea through without change. If you desire prompt time and certain connec tions. finest scenery on the Continent, most com fortable cars in the world, most magnificent dining halls and ample time for meals, and the safest, best and most comfortable route—go to New York by the Erie und Atlantic and Great Western Railway. Tickets by this ljne for sale at ail ticket offices through tbe South. WILLIAM R. BARR, General Passenger Agent, New York. W. B. 8HATTUO, General Southern Agent, Oincinnati, Ohio. fe21y THE NORTH AND EAST Cairo and Illinois Central Railroad. Two Daily Express Trains leave Cairo on arriva of trains from New Orleans. No change of cars from Oairo to St. Louis. No change ot cars from Cairo to Chicago. ONLY ONE CHANGE FBOM CAIRO TO NEW YOKE. This is the only direct route to Chicago, and to all points North and East, via Chicago, it is tnm 100 to 150 miles shorter, and from twelve to twenTJ-four hours quicker, than any other route. At Obicago, direct connections are made for Cleve land, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, New York, Boston, Montreal, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and ail parts of the East; also, for Milwaukee, St. Paul, Lake Superior, and all points North. New aod elegant Drawing-Room Sleoping Cars on ali Night Trains between Oairo and Chicago, and Cairo and St. Louis. Baggage checked to all important points. For through tickets, apply at the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad ticket office, corner Camp acd Common streets (under Oity Hotel), at 130 Common street (under St. Charles Hotel), and at the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Depot. B. F. LONGLEY, General Southern Passenger Agent, New Orleans. W. P. JOHNSON. General Passenger Agent, Chicago. „ W. N. HUGH1TT, General H R. Pittman ve. Mre. M. A. Becker. S ECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, PAK. ish of Jefferssn, No. 3315.—By virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to me directed by the Hono-able the Second Judicial District Oonrt, parieb ot Jefferson, in the above entitl-d cause. I will proceed to sell at. public auction, at tbe Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, betweeen Caral and Cus tomhouse streets, in the Necotd District of this city, on WEDNESDAY, June 8, 1870. at twelve o clock M,, tho following described property to wit— FOUR CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUNO, with all the bui'dings and improvements tbereon. situated in fambourg west Bouiigny, in tbe limits of the late O ty of Jefferson, in square number seventeen, bounded by 1 aurel, Lyon, Live Oak and Bordeaux streets. Said lots are designated by the numbers fifteen, sixteen, seventeen aud eighteen, on apian dated the fourteenth of June. 1841, annexed to an act of eale. pas ed before Charles Bcnoousquie, late a notary public in New Orleans, dated the twelfth of June, 1841. Lots numbers fifteen and sixteen measure, each, thirty feet front on Laurel street, by ninety-eight feet in depth, between parallel lines; lot number fifteen forming the corner of Laurel and Lyon streets; lots numbers seventeen and eighteen measure, each, thirty feet front on Laorel street, by ninety feet in depth, between parallel lines. The said property was acquired by the defendant as widow in community of George Becker, deceased and by virtue of tbe adjudication to her made of the undivided half of said property inherited by her minor children Allot wbioh wiii appear by refer once to xecord number seventeen, on the docket of the Seoond Judicial District Court, pariah of Jeffe •on. State of Louisiana. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash ou the spot , „ . „ THOMAS L. MAXWELL. my7 21 jet Sheriff o( the Pariah of Orleans. FOB SALK P Ol Al -___ EE—ABOUT ELEVEN THOUSAND AOBE8, in different tracts, of the finest Sugar lands in the stale. A large portion of theoe lands is covered with magnifioent forest* of red cypresa, and portions are near the river, Morgan's Texas KaUroad. and the line ef the Ohattenooga and Texas Railroad—contiguous to an inexhaust ible market for lumber and wood—and are very valuable. The whole, or an interest, will bo disposed of at extremely low rates, as the owner ia about leaving the State in consequence of ill health. For full particulars apply to Colonel J. O. Nixon. No. 106 Gravier wtreet, np stain, corner Bank place, between the hoon of 9 and II o'oloek A. M. myg _____ F OB SALE.—TWO LOTS OF GROUND ON Pitt, between Amelia and Penivtou streets, (late Jefferson Oity). well filled and fenoeH, measuring twenty.seven by one hundred feet. The Lots are between two gothic cottages. Apply to H. m. Robinson. Real Estate Agent, 22 and 24 Commercial rises. UOR A4LX.-A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY a RESIDENCE, in Wadeshoro, two and n half miles from Pontchatoala Station, on New Orleans and Jackson Railroad, having also, direct water communication with New Orleans, in com plete order, well fenced, end can be made self-sus taining eitber as a Fruit or Poultry Farm; well sup plied with fruit of all kinds, water and wood, and the healthiest locality in the State, containing about twelve acres Enquire for terms, etc, at No. 120 Camp street, from 10 to 12 A. M. my22 lm F OB IAUS--A NEW STEAMBOAT HULL, built and fastened in the best workmanlike manner, expressly for the Bed River trade. He r dimensions are: Length, two hundred (200) feet over ali Beam, thirty-six (36) feet. Depth of hold, about seven (7) feet. Apply at the Lumber Yard of J. H. MASSIE, ap8 No. 196 Fulton street, corner North Market. very large property, consisting of two undivided squares, corner he. Charles and Peters avenuss. with Kicolson pavement in front, having large dwelling, two large outhouses, with servants 7 rooms and stables, gardener's bouse,Ibath house, chicken house, hot house, etc. Will be sold low and a per fect title guaranteed. In case not sold shortly will be rented for a term of years. Apply at 65 Tohoupi toslas street. mhll FOB BENT. F O <£ KENT— A SUITE OF ROOMS ON THE first floor, elevated from the ground, in one of the coolest dryest and healthiest houses in the city; also, two or three single rooms, at moderate prices. Apply at No. 112 Carondelet street, immediately above Julia. je31w ROOm AND HOAKD.-A NUMBER OF AE pleasantly situated and well furnished rooms to rent, wich or without board, at No. 177 Lafayette street, between Baronne and Garondelgt streets. m>31 3m F or kk«t-a suite of two rooms, furnished finely, situated on the corner of St. Charles and North streets, below Lafayette Square: cool, airy, and catching the southerly breezes from across tbe Square. Two or three single rooms, con venient for gentlemen who want pleasant accom modations for the summer Terms to suit the times. Apply at No. 114 at. Charles street. my212w S PLENDID DWELLING FOR RENT A RARE CHANCE.—The second and third floors of that splendid brick dwelling house. No. II Dauphin street, will be rented, famished or un furnished, until the first October next, on very reasonable terms, to a good tenant. Tbe furniture is elegant and the location one of the most desirable in the city. There are ten rooms, besides bath room, wash-room and kitenen, with bo b hydrant and extra large cisterns. The ground floor is de tached from the balance of the house and occupied by a popular dentist. For terms, apply on the premises. janU R oom a. with or without BOARD—For families or gentlemen, at 288 Gravier street, between Franklin and Liberty. ja9 WANTED. W AIYTED.-A GOOD COOK, WASHER woman and noil to servant. None bat first cl »ss servants L need apply. Address No. 338 St. Charles street. my 10 to aei! the AMERICAN KMT • ING MACHINE, the only practical Fami'y Knitting Machine ever invented. Price $25. Will knit 20,000 stitches per minute. Ad frees AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY, Boston, Massachusetts, or St. Louis, Missouri. _ ap'29 3m Daw LOST. L ost ok mislaid-a promissory note for the fum of Ooe Thousand Dollars, dated August 10,1969, subscribed by Michael Rohr* bacher, to his own order, and by him indonod, payable one jear afterdate, and secured by mort gage, according to an act passed before OctATe Morel, notary, on the tenth August, 1869. All par ties are notified not to negotiate the said note, pay ment of the same having been stopped, and the finder of s%id note will confer a favor by leaving it at Frank Vatter's, ho. 80 Magazine street. je2 lm EDUCATIONAL. JEFFERSON ACADEMY, No. 123 Conti street, betifeen Dauphin, and Bur gundy streets. CONDUCTED BY G. J. LORD. This establishment, long known to the public as one of tbe leading institutions offthe South, is again open and ready to receive students, either as day scholars or boarders. ap!9 2m J^VLBCAB COMMERCIAL. COLLEGE. Corner Camp and Common llrMt), N*n Orleans. Tbe oldest and most efficient and aneceeefnl Com mercial College in tbe United States. There ia a full faculty. Citizens and strangers who wish A business education for themselves or sons, are in vited to call. Students can enter in any or All tho departments of the College and At Any time. N. B. Not one of all the numerous graduates of this Coliege, for the past thirty-seven years, is now out of profitable employment so far as known* A word to the wise is sufficient. For catalogues, etc., address de8ly RUFU8 DOLBEAR. President MISCELLANEOUS. MULE DEALER, FARRIER, AND Veterinary (Surgeon. madison, Indiana. I offer to sell a good horse for $200 to $300, and mule for $200. _ j 8l pFLTOSi'8 INTERNATIONAL, NIAGARA FALLS. This eiegant and modernly built Hotel has su perior accommodations for six hundred guest, it being the largest and most, complete summer Hotel in the country. Tbe location is within a few rods of the American Falls, and commanding a fine view of the rapids and river. The lawn ia beautifully laid °?H."L ox , t l nsiT , e Plazza extending the entire length of the building fronting the lawn, on the east side a double Piazza and Balcony extending the entire lr °rt; Tbe rooms are all lighted with gas. and wefl ventilated; the appointments are of the most mod er ° JAMES T. FULTON, m *- 82m _ Proprietor. QR'VSTAI.IZKD OIL,— PATENTED JL'LY 2, 1867. AND THE ONLY BURNING FLUID PATENTED AS NON-EXPLOSIVE. .fruble the light of coal oil, and possesses the brilliancy of gas. Manufactured andfor sale 6y_A. O. McLEAN, together with Lamps, Coal Oi U Salesroom at No. 176 Carondelet street, and the corner of Royal and Dumaine. $1000 KKWA ^ 8 r7 IA FU ?, A care3 8,1 Liver, Kidney and Bladder Dtseases. Organtc Vvetkness, Female Afflictions, General Debility, and all complaints of tbe Urinary Organs, in male and female. $1000 will* also be paid for any case ot Blind, Bleeding or Itch ing Piles that DeBing'h Pile Remedy fails to cure, hold everywhere. Send for Pamphlet. „ , Laboratory 142 Franklin street, myll d&wly Baltimore, Maryland. BAKERS. PREMIUM BAKERY, O. M. REDON, PROPRIETOB, 131 Bouueau Street. Fourth District. This long established Bakery continues tovindi FI , H 2 T PREMIUM rOK Vi til IK BREAD was awarded to Mr Redon at the Fair of 1870, being the third mark of diatwe tion of this kind received by him in four years. it hil been r us r ed. mb0St Bresd is lamous wherever Especial attention given to making Oaken, Pise, ?^Ji ers - elc " and ^"ishing orders on short ap29 6m RILL®* HAVING SECURED Sto K' °L ,b f CB| ebrated English Biscuit ifeTini't Ravi™" Westrnp. late of the *• London tion?oth« k I y '^''are prepared to tarnish, in addi „"Si™' 1 and varied assortment of BREAD BISCUIT 0 ^ E 8, t 5 B,oll ° win B kinds or English voyage- 11 ' 1 eBh made * nd not tainted with a sea English ARROWROOT BISCUIT English WINE BISCUIT. English BUTTER BISCUIT. English LEMON BlhOUIT. English GRAHAM BISCUIT. English SPICE NUTS. English WATER WAFERS. Isle of Wight CRACKNELS Put np in one pound papers and three-ponnd tin cases, packed for shipment if desired. BEALS A MILLER. Louisiana Bakery, n , v vl. 08 * 6 an< * f Triangle Baiioingfln mb^uATh?m* nal 8treet ' ot . piCUABD C. BOND, (T. F. Fis he a), STOCK AND NOTE BROKER, 1M Comm** Itreet.