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General Ravlins **J»: "8ixty Indiana,
mipporad to be Utwl, PMwd north of 8e
peration yesterday. They captured a man
there, and two of our citizens twenty miles
north of here. The troops are in pursuit.
Key West. Florida, July 12.—The*ship
Nonuntuni, from New Orleans for Liver
pool, which was aground on Maryland Reef.
£ ot off leaking badly, after discharging 129
ales of cotton.
Atlanta, Ga., July 12.—The Georgia
Legislature met to-day.
In the Senate a resolution was offered
that the treasurer be authorized to pay all
lawful demands upon the treasury, from any
funds under his control. Referred to tin 1
A motion to adjourn sine die was tabled.
In the House a motion to reconsider the
notion of yesterday postponing indefinitely
the use of the educational fund for other
purposes, was referred to the finance com
Both oouses adjourned until to-morrow.
Southwest Pass, July 12, 6. P. M.—Bar
ometer 29:60. Wind west southwest and
Arrived : Steamship Harlan, at 4.40 P. M,
Lewis, master, from Indiauolu via Galves
ton, to C. A. Whitney fit Co.
Memphis, July 12.—River falling. Passed
up: Henry Ames. Weather clear and
Louisville, July 12.—River stationary,
with five feet six inches in the canal, aii«l
three feet six inches in the chute. Weather
warm and cloudy. Heavy rain early this
Cincinnati. July 12.—The river lias
twelve feet, and falling. Weather cloudy
and showery. Thermometer 88°.
Pittsburgh. July 12.—The Monongaheln
is falling, with three feet seven inches in
the channel. Weather showery. Ther
St. Louis, July 12.—Arrived: Pauline
Carroll, from New Orleans. Departed:
Marble Citv, for Vicksburg. River lulling.
Weather efear and warm.
New York, July 12, Evening.—Cottdh
closed steady; sales to-day 1400 bales; mid
dling uplands 19%e. Flour heavy; super
fine $4 90®5 25 for Southern; common to
fair extra $5 90 ® 6 70. Wheat: Spring firm;
winter heavy. Com: Prime unchanged;
common lower. Pork heavy at |29 37 Mi a
29 75. Lard a shade lower. Whisky a shade
firmer; Western $1 ® 1 01. Groceries firmer.
Naval stores quiet. Freights a shade firmer.
Tallow firm, 9®9%c. Freights to Liver
pool a shade firmer. Cotton per steam %d;
per sail 3-16d. Beef dull; new plain mess
$11 ® 15; new extra do $15 50® 18.
Cincinnati, Julv 12.—Flour firm and
higher; family at $5 75®6. Wheat dull at
$1 20 ®1 25. Com, light supply, firm at 92
■® 93 for mixed and shelled. Oats 66. live
S8®$1 Cotton nominally unchanged.
"Whisky advanced to 97® 98. Pork $30.
Lard held at 16c. Bulk meats in good de
mand at 12®15c, but %c higher asked.. A
lot of 50,000 pounds of shoulders was sold
at 1214 c to buyers this month. Bacon in
good demand; prices tending upward. Sales
to-day, 170 hhds; shoidders 1341 c., clear rib
aides 16%c; chear sides 1714c. Hams, sugar
cured advanced to 23. Butter 2® 3c higher
at 23 ® 27c. Eggs advanced to 16® 17c.
St. Louis, July 12.—Floui: lower grades
wanted, other qnalities quiet; choice extra
cold at $7 75. Wheat: spring, dull and
lower at 85®90c; No. 3 fall declined 3®5e;
$1 12® 1 16 for No. 2 fall. New com weak,
choice mixed 90c. Oats 55®56c. Rye 86®
90c. Whisky dull at $1, Provisions firm.
Pork $30. Bacon stiff. Shoulders 14c;
clear rib sides 1714® 17 lie; clear sides 18c.
Lard dull and unchanged.
Paris, July 12, 2 P. M.—Bourse firm.
Liverpool, July 12. Evening.—Cotton
closed dull and irregular. Uplands 914 ®
9%d; Orleans, 9% ®9%d. Sales to-day 8000
bales, of which 1000 were for exiKirt and
speculation. Breadstuff's firm. Turpentine
quiet and sternly.
Lijndon, Jnlv 12, Evening.—Consols closed
at 92. Bonds flat at 87 V4. Sugars active.
Paris, July 11, 2:30 P. M.—Rentes
Frankfort, Jnlv 12.—The market for
bonds reacted, and closed linuer at 91.
[Yesterday's Evening Dispatches.)
Washington, July 12— Senate .—The bill
giving the Mobile and Pensacola Railroad
Company lands passed.
House .—The Georgia bill referred to a
committee of conference. The members of
the committee on the purt of the House uot
Admiral Dahlgren is dead.
New York, July 12.—Arrived out: Steain
■hip City of Paris.
London, July 12.—Nothing confirmatory
of the Decently reported Chinese massacre
has been received, though late dates have
come to hand. The rejiort is consequently
believed to be a hoax.
Paris, July 12.—The feeling toalay is
quieter, though the Itourse at imdniglit lust
night continued excited: rentes f59.25.
The Emperor has arrived at the Tullerieg.
The Prussian Ambussador has returned
Ollivier declines to receive as a gauge of
peace the King's withdrawal of his sanction
to the Hohonzollem candidature, unless he
does it as the King of Prussia instead of as
the head of the family.
London, July 12.—The Telegraph says
'•Were Prussia to reply precisely as France
*equices, it would not guarantee peace."
Chinese Social Gathering.
We copy this from the New York World :
The public were invited last night to a
"Chinese social gathering'' at the Five
Points House of Industry. The neat ohupel
*>f the house contained at eight o'clock some
fifty youthful-looking Chinamen. There
■were no women there of that race. The
rest of the audience were evidently people
of the neighborhood of the Caucasian type.
The apparatus visible on the stage was of a
sort to puzzle a visitor who did uot know,
os was presently manifest, that the great
feature of the occasion was the sleight-of
band of a Chinese juggler. Flaming cloth
posters were hanging on sue side, covered
with Chinese pictures and characters. Some
English letters, mixed with the Chinese, set
forth that " Dr. Ah Foon was the renowned
Chinese prophet of Touluni" (he looked like
a tailor of Tooloy street). His apparatus
will be described when he has use for it, for
4tt eight o'clock there is more promise of a
prayer meeting than of a juggler show. The
fifty Chinese—who became seventy-live be
fore loug—sat in a body. The lack of the
female element of their race was supplied
by the little girls of the home, and some
women of that region.
Presently a singing of hymns began. The
little girls sitting on the stage wing with
great unction. Marvellous was the look of
oeretie satisfaction resting upon the faces of
one or two "Johnnies" who could read and
sing our langiuige. One with gold specta
cle* and religious developments iu the coro
nal region of his cerebrum that woidd have
shamed Jonathan Edwards was the wonder
aud the admiration of the rest. Another
swayed hack and forth as he sang in-true
Methodist fervor. Another was just far
enough advanced to follow the hymn when
a teacher pointed out the words. Most of
the Johns rolled their eyes iu that way they
Lave, which would pass for either wonder
or fear. It may signify a condition of
chronic amazement, or it may be indicative
of "working-men on the brain." This Ce
lestial gathering was well aware that tour
Hiiti-Celestial meetings were iu progress at
this same, time., aud the rolling of their eyes
toward the door may have had a reference
to a possible irruption of working-men,
coming to nip in the bud a very large-sized
Tiie singing ceased, and Dr. All Foon
bounced upon the scene, dressed like an
other Fakir of Ava, and began a speech in
that inevitably melodramatic style which
seem* inseparable from all Chinese public
displays. At fiist he talked "pigeon
English'' for the benefit of the outside bar
barians. It was somewhat to this effect:
"I come here see my brother; I come to
liere; I come to 'Merica, and I can talk
'Merica; but I can Chinese pen and ink."
Then he pointed to the pictures of instru
ments and said: "I play China fiddle, China
banjo." Then to pictures of humans and
naid: "Clununieu, long hair; lady China
hair two yards long; this is my wife (hqmd
fat picture), hail 1 two yards long—small
feet; this is a C hin n, god; China people, 400,
000,000; 'Merica people 40,000,000; I live
Canton; I come to 'Merica eleven months;
I can talk 'Merica."
He then delivered an oration in Chinese,
which elicited bursts of enthusiastic merri
ment. He sang in Chinese. It was much
like an "original" negro minstrel affair.
Beginning his jugglery he said, " 'Merica
man laugh at China man because he cat
rat." Meanwhile lie was making a rat out
of a handkerchief. Said he, "We cat rat
for medicine." He made the rat seem to
run over him. Then he twanged his dismal
instruments and sang songs that must have
been "Home, Sweet Home," to the Celes
tials. He eat flaming paper, and said it was
"pully good shupper." Some of his tricks
were really wonderful. His causing snakes
and pigeons to come out of impossible
places was not uncommon; but liis ordering
a cup and a saucer to go spinning through
the air; and keeping the thing up by appar
ent will-force as it spun through all parts of
the room, was hard to understand.
A New Trick.
A gentleman stepped into a jeweler's shop
in Berlin the other day. and, pointing to his
ring, said he wished to choose a stone for it.
He was fashionably dressed, had an air of
distinction, and, while shaking German
fluently, yet gave the impression that he was
a foreigner. The Berlin Mr. Ruby, there
fore, feeling sure that he had found a cus
tomer who was worth attending to, at once
freely displayed his treasures. After long
consideration, the gentleman at last selected
» stone, and leaving his name—a very high
sounding one—and address, went * away.
He had scarcely left when the most valu
able stone iu the jeweler's collection was
missed. Filled with alarm, that worthy at
once sent the distinguished-looking for
eigner's purchase to Tiis hotel. Alas! no
such person was there known. Too late the
jeweler remembered that his customer, pre
tending to be very short-sighted, had kept
his face in close proximity to the goods dis
played to him, and had at one moment been
seized with a tit of coughing, when his hand
kerchief had lieen brought into great requi
sition. It was evident, therefore, that the
point of his nose must have Iteen previously
rubbed with some sticky substance, and that
t-he missing jewel had Iteen thus abstracted!
Had the .jeweler been a student of the an
nals of Berlin police courts, he would have
become suspicious in proportion as his visi
tor became short-sighted. As it is, he must
be content with so much of consolation as
he can find iu the knowledge that his mis
fortune was a common occurrence to his fel
low-townsmen some veal's ago, and that
their tormentors went by the name of "Stip
pers ."—London Globe.
A London letter says: "The 'operatic
quarrel,' to which you will see a distant al
lusion in the London papers, was, I believe,
of this description: In Don Giovanni is a
song which is always encored, and Signor
Wachtel, who sings' it, suggested tliat the
other singers who appeared in the scene
need not trouble to return when the call
us made by the audience, but that he
should sing it by himself. Signor Tagliulieo
agreed, and it was understood that he
would communicate the proposal to Madam
Patti. He omitted to do so, however, and
on returning when the encore came, Wach
tel said to tier hurriedly, iu a low voice,
"Go hack! go back ! leave the stage; you
need come on." Madame was indignant,
and told her husband, the Marquis, that she
had been insulted, and that she would not
sing with Wachtel again. When the mat
ter was explained she allowed that it was
not an insult, buf Wachtel was so hurt by
the supposition that he lias persuaded Mr.
Gyc to release him from his engagement.''
NEW ORLEANS* POSTOFFH'E.
CHARLES W. LOWELL. POSTMASTER.
[Revised and correeted bv the Postolliec Depart
Time of Arrival and Closing of Mails.
From the North—through mail—11:10
F'rom Louisville, Cairo. Cincinnati and
New York—through mail—1:30 A. M.
F'rom Alabama. Georgia, East Mississippi,
Nortli and South Carolina aud F'lorida, 8
F'rom Covington and Maudeville (Tues
days and F'ridays), 12 M.
From all points on Morgan's Louisiana
and Texas Railroad, Bayou Teclie. and in
termediate parishes (daily, except Sunday),
5:30 P. M.
F'rom Carrollton and Jefferson City (ex
cept Sunday), 4 P. M.
From Algiers (daily), 11 A. M.
F'rom Northern Louisiana, 11:10 A. M.
F'rom Southern and Middle Texas, Mon
days, Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays,
at 2 P. M.
F'rom Red River parishes aud Northern
F'rom Lake Coast, Mondays, Thursdays
F'rom Vicksburg—river way mail—Mon
day and Friday mornings.
From St. Francisvil£»—river way mail—
Monday and Wednesday mornings'
F'rom Burns—river way mail—Wednes
days and Saturdays.
From Lake Coast via Mobile (daily), 8
F'rom Florida ports. Key West, Havana,
Cuba, West Indies and Mexico.
F'rom Havana. )ter William Crecvy's New
York and Philadelphia steamers.
From Brownsville, Texas.
F'rom Hamburg and Bremen.
F'rom Havana and Key West (Baltimore
To the North—through mail—(except Sun
day), 4 P. M.; Sunday, 2 P. M.
To Louisville, Cairo, St. Louis, Chicago,
Cincinnati and New York—through mail—
(except Sundays). 6 A. M.
To Alabama, Georgia, East Mississippi,
North and South Carolina and Florida (ex
cept Sunday), 3 P. M.; Sunday, 2 P. M.
To all points on Morgan's Louisiana and
Texas Railroad, Bayou Teehe, and interme
diate parishes (daily, except Sunday),
To Northern Louisiana (dailv, except
Sunday), 4 P. M.; Sunday, 2 P. M'.
To Carrollton and Jefferson City (except
Sunday), 9 A. M.
To Algiers, 9 A. M.
To Southern and Middle Texas, Tuesdays,
Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, at 6:30
To Covington and Maudeville (Mondays
and Thursdays), 9 A. M.
To Vicksburg—river wav mail—(Tuesdays
and Saturdays), 4 P.M. '
To St. Fra nets ville—river wav mail—Mon
days. 4 P. M., Fridays, 9: - .» A M
To Burns—river way mail-; Tuesdays aud
Saturdays), 9 A. M.
To Red River parishes and Northern
Texas (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays),
To Vicksburg—river way mail—(Tues
days and Saturdays), 4 P. M.
To Lake Coast, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, at 9:30 A. M.
To Brownsville and Brazos Santiago (Sat
tnrdays), 6:30 A. M.
To Florida ports, Key West, Havana,
Cuba, West Indies and Mexico (Saturdays).
4:30 P. M.
To Hamburg and Bremen.
To Key West and Havana (Baltimore
To Belize, Honduras, fourth Wednesday
in each month, 3 P. M.
^ Opens at 8 A. M., and closes at 8 P. M.
Sundays, open from 9 to 10:30 A. M., and
from 1 to — P. M. •
Postmaster's Office —Open from 9 A. M. to
4 P. M., except Sundays.
Stamp Window —Open from 8 A- M. to 4
P. M. Sundays, from 9 to 10% A. M., and
Irom 1 to 2 P. M.
Heaister Department —Open from 8 A. M.
to 4 P. M. Sundays, from 9 to 10% A. M.
Honey Order Department— F'rom 8 A. M.
to 4 P. M. Sundays, not open.
United States internal revenue stamps, of
all denominations, for sale at the stamp
Detained k the New Orleans Poatofllee
far Want ef Postage, July 14.
Persons mailing the below-mentioned let
sert ran have them forwarded to destination
by calling at the Postmaster's room, and
paying postage by stamps. These letters are
retained one week, and tnen forwarded to the
Dead Letter office.
Revenue stamps not receivable as postage
Mrs. William C. Jones, Jefferson, Texas
Charles Sweet, Algiers, La.
Martin E. Hunt, New Orleans
J. E. Lockwood, Rockport.
Joseph F. Barbin, Rockport.
A. W. Gill, Gainsburg, La.
C. W. LOWELL, Postmaster.
OFFICE OF THE DAILY REPUBLICAN,
Tcksday Ktkxi.no, July 12, 1870.
The money market continues without any
material variation. Thera is still a ver
good demand for accommodations both sit
the hanks and outside, hut although the
tendency is rather toward outside figure
there has been no quotable change, the
ruling rates on the street being still 10 ® 1 '
per cent per annum for A1 notes secured
by unquestionable collaterals, aud 11 ®1
for first class business paiier without col
laterals, and 1%®1% ]ier cent per month
for second grade. Mortgage paper is quoted
at 8% ® 10 per cent per annum for Al and
11 ® 13 for second class.
Gold opened at 112% ®112% (against 113 1
at New York), and closed at 113% 5 113
(against 1133*). After the close of business,
a dispatch dated 4 P. M. was received fro hi
from New York, quoting 11 *-4, [ tu t v
heard of no subsequent transactions to show
its effect. The movement was unusually
active. The sales included $3000 at 112%
$3000 and$25,000 at 113: $20,000 at 112
113'fi and 113%: $.50,000 at 1132113%
$1000 and $6000 at 113%; $20,000 at 113% «
113%; $25,000 at 113% ®113V. $5000 and
$6000 at 113%, aud $50,000 at 113% 3113%
Nothing transpired in silver.
There was rather more animation in for
eign exchange, rates varying in accordance
with the course of gold. ' The sales of ster
ling embraced £25,000, including £2500 bill
of lading at 123%; £1500 good clear and
£1800 bill of lading at 123%; £3000 clear at
123%; £1000 and £5000 at 124; £3000 bill
of lading and elear at 124 a 124 %; £1500
clear at 124%, and £5000 and a smaller
amount of bank at 124%. We did not learn
•f any sales of francs. With the remark
that our quotations are based on the 3 P.
M. (113%) dispatch, we quote as the closing
rates for sterling at 123% a 124 for good to
A1 bill of lading and elear, and 124% a 125
for bunk, and francs nominal at 4.60®
4.58% for the former, and 4.55®— for the
Domestic exchange wns steady and firm.
The banks drew on New York at % P cent
premium, one of them asking %. and the
sales included $52,000 private bankers' sight
on New York at % ® 9-32; $20,000 aud $46,000
commercial and $50,000 private bankers' at
V4; $10,000 aud $10,000 commercial and
$25,000 and $50,000 hank at 5-16, and $5000
sixty days' sight 011 New York at 2 P cent
In stocks 200 shares Ship Island Canal
were reported at 81 Vac; 5000 do at 82 %e, and
100 Mississippi Valley Levee Company at
$5. We heard also of a sale of 400 shares
latter at $4 50, $5 was subsequently bid
We note sales of — city ten per cent bonds
(one, two and three years), at 96%, and
$5000. including past due and current inte
rest, at 98.
$1000 new State wniTants changed hands
at 83, and $5000 yesterday at 84. Dealers
bought State at 82% a 83 for new. and 95 for
old, and Metropolitan Police at 98 % n 98%,
and sell the former at 83% ® 84 anil 95%
® 96 for old, and the latter at 99299%.
A lot of $1100 city treasury notes sold at
11 P cent discount. ' Dealers' rates for small
sums were 12 discount, buying, and 10® 11
TrKsD.iv Etksing, July 12.1870.
Cotton —The sales to-day embraced 700
bales, at irregular and easier prices, re
quiring a further reduction in our figures.
We now quote ordinary at 13%®14%o:
;ood ordinary at 16®16%e; low middling at
17 a 17 %c; middling at 18® 18%e, and strict
middling at 18% a 18%c.
The market opened under the depressing
influence of discouraging telegrams from
Liverpool and New York, and with a fur
ther cancellation of orders the demand was
extremely limited. Liter in the day. how
ever, several buyers came forward and,
finding that factors were disposed to make
further concessions, took nearly 700 bales
at irregular and easier prices, in some eases
under our reduced quotations. The market
is so unsettled that the latter must be re
garded as to a great extent nominal.
The sales for the past three days sum up
1700 bales, and the receipts since Friday
evening 1426 bales, embracing 34 from
other delivery ports, aud 1392 proper,
against 1722 proper for the corresponding
time last week, and 345 last year, aud since
September 1. 1,133,655 bales, against 793,152
last year. The exports comprise 6661 bales,
embracing 3184 to Liverpool, 854 to Havre,
aud 2623 to New York.
Stock on hand September 1, 1869—hales 770
Arrived since last statement....... 13.1
•Supplemental from samples and
waste, etc........................ 9,562—1.198,085
Stock on hand and on shipboard—hales.... 61,299
To-day's exports were to Havre. Re
ceipts proper since Friday evening 1392
bales against 1722 for tin; corresponding
time last week, and .'445 last year, and since
September 1, 1,133,655 bales against 793,152
Sugar and Molasses —There were re
ceived this morning 47 hhds of sugar; no
molasses. The supplies are very light, the
demand is good and prices liave an up
ward tendency. Louisiana sugar sells
readily at 10®10%c 4* 16 for common; 10%
® lie for fair; 11 %®11 % for fully fair; 12%c
for prime; 12%c for choice; 12%c for yellow
clarified and 13c for white. We have
heard of sales of 500 boxes Cuba sugar, par
ticulars not transpired. Louisiana molasses
commands 50c 4*' gallon for fermenting; city
refinery reboiled 50® 75c; svrup $1.
Arrivals From the West— There has
Iteen no arrival since our review of yester
1'lour —The market is very dull, and
there is scarcely anything doing beyond a
jobbing trade. Common is quoted at $ 1 25;
fine $4 50; superfine $4 87%® 5: double ex
tra $5 45 ® 5 56; treble extra $5 75® 6 50;
choice extra $6 75® 7 50; family extra $7 75
® 8 50 4* bbl. The principal sales to-day
comprised 500 bids, of winch 55 double ex
tra at $5 45; 45 treble extra at $6 37%; 100
choice extra at $6 75; 100 do at $8, and 10
bbls new. the first received this season, at
$8 62% 4> bbl.
Corn —Is in light supply, but the demand
is limited. The sales to-dav arc confined to
2300 sacks, of which 500 veilow at $1 10; 800
white mixed at $1 15; 150 white at $1 23; 500
do at $1 22, and 200 do at $1 25 4* bushel.
Oats —Are in good demand and with light
supplies prices are still higher; 1500 saeks
were sold to-day, of which oOO St. Louis at
63c: loo do at 64c; 7(H) Galena at 65c; 100
and 100 do at 66c 4* bushel.
Bran —Is in light supply, anil firmer. It
is quoted at $1 0/%® l JO V 100 tbs.
Hay—C ontinues dull; 50 bales fair West
ern sold at $20; prime is quoted at $22 f
Lard —Refined is in request: other kinds
are not wanted; 40 tierces refined sold at
16%c; 25 do do at 10%c, and 150 kegs <lo at
18%c 4> lb. ' b
^Breakfast Bacon —Western is selling at
17 <z-18e; Northern 18® 19 C 4' lb.
Bacon —Yesterday not reported, 24 casks
elear sides sold on the landing at 18%e 4*
lb. To-<lay 5 casks elear rib sides sold at
17%c. The market for shoulders and sides
is quiet but firm, with shoulders jobbing at
14%c, clear rib sides at 17%e, clear sides at
18%c. Sugar-cured hams are in request anil
veryfirm: they are held at 24®24%c lb.
Pork— Is firm at $31 a 31 50 for mess, as
in weight; it is retailing at $32 barrel.
Dry Salt Meat—S houlders are uuoted
at 13V 4 ®13%c 4* lb.
Louisiana Rica—T he market vvutiuues
bare of supplies, and prices are very firm;
ohoice is quoted at 10%c f lb; prime 9% ®
10c; ordinary 8%®9%e; inferior 8®8%c C
Esculents —Louisiana potatoes are sell
ing at $4® 4 25 4* bbl; onions at $2»2 25,
and green apples $3®5 4*' bbl.
Poultry and Kggs —Chickens sell on the
landing at $7 ®8 4* dozen for old, and
$2 ®0®4 for young; turkeys at $18®22, and
geese at $9® 10 W dozen.' Eggs are firmer
at 18®20c 4* dozen.
Whisky —The stock is large, and there is
scarcely any demand. Quotations are little
better than nominal at 95®97%e 4* 1 gallon
for low proof, and $1 ®1 05 for choice recti
fied; $1 25 ®1 35 for patent Bourbon, and
$1 50® 5 for pure ditto.
Corn Meal —The market is well supplied,
and prices are easier.Kiln dried is quoted at
$4 50® 4 75 4* bbl on the landing, and $4 75
3 5 from store. 100 bids choice sold on the
levee at $4 75 4> bbl.
Tallow —Texas rendered is in better sup
ply, and the exjiort demand is limited. 21
tierces ordinary sold at 9%c 4* lb.
Butter —Choice grades are in request
aud firm. ^ while inferior is entirely neg
lected. We continue to quote choice West
ern 25®27e; choice Goshen 35®36e; com
mon Northern 30®33c 4' lb.
Salt —The demand is heavv for the West
bushel. When large lots are taken at ware
house by boats, a deduction is made for
dravage. Pocket salt, huge 10c, small 5c.
Cheese—C hoice is in fair request and
good supply. Factory is quoted at 12® 14c
Freights—--T he supply of tonnage in port
is still very light, hut there is scarcely any
demand for room for cotton and no light
freights offering for foreign ports. Rates
are nominal at 5 kd Liverpool sail, 15-ilk'
Haw, and %c to New York by steamer.
Tobacco—S ince our report of last Satur
day the movement has lieen confined to 50
hhds lugs to fine leaf on private terms, and
10 hhds leaf at 10%c 4* lb, for the Bremen
market. Exporters are still deterred by
want of freight room. We repeat quota
Common to good logs....
Good leaf....................... II
On hand September I. 1869—hhds.......
Arrived }i:lM three days................
Cleared past three days...............
Broken up for baling, etc..............
7 ® 8 8 a> 9k,
9 ® 10 9 1 4®10 1 -.,
«10% 10 all *
(C — — ®12
a 14 — ®—
.. . 25,150
On baud and on shipboard................. 11,262
Naval Stores—T here is no demand for
rosin except for pale, which is quoted at $4 ®
4 25 4' bbl. Spirits turpentine plenty and
very dull at 35c i> gallon.
Bagging —The consumptive demand in
creases as the cotton crop approaches ma
turity. Prices are firen at 33c P yard for
India in bales, 31 e in rolls, 31 ®32o for hemp
aud flax, and 33c for domestic jute.
Coffee.— There is nothing but a jobbing
and retail business doing from second hands.
Wo quote nominally 17% ®17%c 4* lb for
prime, and 1 (>'.4 5 16%e for good.
Lumber Market at the Baffin*.
WHOLKMALK PRICES—BY TUB CARGO.
Inch boards. $>* M......................$ 15 00&1C 00
Scantling (according to quality and
lengths)............................ 13 00614 00
Weather boards, rough................. 14 OOfr-
Weather boards, dressed ............... 1C 00'«r-
^ I> dinning. No. 1....................... a23 00
and 3 4 D ceiling...................... 22 00 a -
Shingles................................ 4 00# 4 25
Laths................................... 2 25 ® 2 50
Paving brick............................ 15 00^-
Building brick.......................... 11 00 d --
Salmon brick........................... fe OO47 8 50
White sand............................. 50 iv —
Yellow sand............................ 28 a/ 30
Ash..................................... 6 75 ® 7 50
6 00 (l 6 50
3 00// 3 75
45 w 50
Rate* of Freight by River to Cairo and
Rail to Chicago.
• Cairo. Chicago.
Sugar per 100 pounds.........
Salt, per 100 pouuds..........
Hides, per 100 |iouiuls........
Liquors, per 100 ]mjuih1k......
Oranges. i»cr barrel...........
otton seed, jw-r 100 pounds.
Molasses, per barrel..........
Crates, per 100 pounds.......
eomfed, choice, p tt> '
Grilled, second choice f
lb net.................................. a —
as Beeves. head, first quality..
Texas Beeves, tp head, second quality
Beeves, j*" head, third quality..
4* lb gross.......................
30 00// 45 00
22 00//30 IX)
10 00® 16 00
..... .1 00 ®
.....a 00// li oo
.....50 oo®,85 00
...-- a 100 00
sal Cattle, 4* head...
Milch Cows, 4> head...
Milch Cows, choice....
Quotations at tlx- sjiecie and exchange
office of Bruno &. Warner, No. 146 Gravier
........ 4 78
English hank notes....................
........ 4 80
........ 3 80
Bills of francs.........................
........ 7 00
X thalers. Prussian....................
........ 7 75
X guilders, Holland....................
........ 3 85
........ 6 25
........ 2 00
........ 16* 00
...... 15 35
........ 1 (X)
........ 1 00
........ 1 02
Prussian paper thalers................
........ 1 02
Spanish silver, per ounce.............
........ 1 15
OFFICE OF THE REPUBLICAN,)
» Wednesday, July 13, 1870. )
Steamship W G Hewes. Tripp, for Indianala and
Galveston, to C A Whitney &co—
Steamer Olive Branch, McCord, for St Louis
Bri*; Deborah N Soule. Soule, for Havre
Schooner Florida, Harrison, for Pensacola
Nehoouer Saucy Jack, Floritt, for Mobile
Schooner K D Post, Hanson, for Mobile
Steamship 1 C Harris, Lockwood, from Brazos Santi
ago via Iudiunola, to C A Whitney kco—1st dis
Ship Young Eagle, Perkins, 47 days from New York,
toG W Hynoon &.co—Point
Ocean, MeLellan, from the Passes—Towed down to
the bar schooner Wm Wilson, aud brought up
ship Young Eagle.
Wild Wagoner, Goddin, from Natchez.
J G Blackford, Pickett, from Washington.
St Johu, Greathouse, from Baton Rouge.
Right Way, Osgood, from Lockport.
Mary, Canell, from Mobih-.
Natchez, Leathers, from St. Louis.
Schooner Salvador, Simpson, 12 days from Havana,
to A Thompson—
Schooner Liilda, Sbisa, 8 days from Vera Cruz, to
INDIANOLA VIA GALVESTON—Steamship Win.
G Hewes—982 bids flour 10 hhds sugar 40 bhls of
whisky 290 sks oats 1395 pkgs mdse for Galveston.
100 hhis flour 300 sks corn 200 sks oats 354 pkgs lnds
HAVRE—Brig Deborah 8 Soule—854 bales cotton
2090 staves ,,
PENSACOLA—Schooner Florida—250 sks com 45
sks oats 10 sks brail 30 bbls flour 5 bids meal 7 qbls
w hisky 1 hlid sugar 5 tes lard 5 pkgs tobbacco 40
MOBILE— Schooner Saucy Jack—%16 lulls ties 100
ST LOUIS—Steamer Olive Braueb—1700 bxs sugar
MOBILE—Schooner K D Aost—400 sks oats 70 tons
ROCKPORT—Schooner Sireua—9 bids tallow 93
hdls hides 3 pkgs pinders 200 pair horns 20 tons of
bones 22 head horses 44 head calves 63 head sheep
MOBILE—Steamer Mary—80 bbls lime 1 hags wool
1 hale wool
ST LOUIS—Steamer Natchez—21 hales cotton 27
hhds toaacco 2020 bbl* flour 100 hf bbls flour !O0
bxs candles 1423 sks com -.3 eks bacon £0 tes lard
and sundry produce
NATCHEZ—Steamer Wild Wagoner—25 bales cot
ton and sundries
WASHINGTON—Steamer J G Blackford—15 bales
cotton 104 sks cotton seed 2 bales wool 20 bides 53
BATON ROUGE—Steamer St John—8 bbls pota
toes 79 sks rice and sundries
LOCKPORT—Steamer Right Way—Sundries
BY THE KAJLROADS.
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD. July 12—2 bales cotton 25 hhds sugar 176
sks potatoes 195 bead cattle 70 sks onions 12 bales
moss 1 sk wool 202 bides
CAIRO AND CHICAGO.
Cairo and Chicago—The Illinois Central
Railroad and Blue Line, via Cairo, take freight
from New Orleaus on first-class steamers, leav
ing daily at 5 P. M.
For Cairo, Chicago, and
all points North and West, via
Robert K, Lee and
Are nmong the first-class steamers of this line.
Through tickets to all points North, via Cairo,for
sale at No. 150 Coininou street, under the St. Charles
All rates and all through bills of lading from New
Orleaus by the above given and signed only at the
office of the Company, No. 26 Caroudelet street.
Shippers by this route save drayage and transfer
charges, and their goods are al ways under cover.
Insuranee oue-quarter less than by any other route,
and rates lower. JAMES T. TUCKER,
mh 15 6m General Agent.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRANSPORTA
For St. Lou in, Cairo (C'on
nectiug with Illinois Central Rail
road) ami Memphis, the steamer
SHARK AND BARGES,
N. A. Toms. Master.
Leaves THURSDAY, July 14, at 5 P. M.
Taking freight for Chicago and all points on the
Illinois Central Railroad aud its connections.
J. T. BUKDEAU, agent.
j.vl3 18 Poydrds street.
VICKSBURG AND BUNDS.
SUMMER AND FALL ARRANGEMENT.
GREENVILLE BEND PACKET.
Leave, every THURSDAY, at 5 P. M.
For Greenville, Virkubarg,
Natchez, and all way and Coaat
J. M. WHITE, Master.
(In place of the new Greenville packet now build
Q Vull connect at Vicksburg with Yazoo steamers.
Leaves Greenville on Sundays, at 10 A. M.
Passes Lake Providence Sunday evenings.
Passes Milliken's Bend Monday mornings.
Leaves Vicksburg Mondays at 5 P. M.
Passes Grand Gulf Mondays at 8 P. M.
Passes St. Joseph Mondays at 9 P. M.
Passes Rodney Mondays at 10 P. M.
Passes Waterproof Mondays at 11 P. M.
Leaves Natchez Tuesday at 8 A. M.
Passes Red River at 12 M.
Passes Bayou Sara at 3 P. M.
Passes Baton Rouge at 6 P. M.
Passes Plague mine »t P. M.
Passes Donaldson ville at 11 P. M.
Will call for all mails, and pay particular at ten
tiou to all way and coast business.
G. L. KOUNH 6l BRO.,
Canal Street Kerry Landing.
GKORGK D. HITK,
jc22 Ira No. 17 Tchoupitoulas street. Agents.
BA TON ROU GE.
New Orleans, Coast and
Baton Rouge semi-weekly possen
W. R. Gkf.athoisk, I J. A. Coxstock,
Master, | Clerk.
Leaves New Orleans every WEDNESDAY at 10 A. M
aud SATURDAY at 5 P. M.; leaves Baton Rouge
THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVENINGS, coming
dowu the coast below Donaldsonville iu daylight
Fridays aud Mondays.
E. O. MEL ANCON, Agent.
mh3 86 Old Levee street.
RKGCLAL SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU SARA PACKET
Leaves New Orleans every MONDAY, at 5 P. M., aud
FRIDAY, at 10 A. M.
Leaves Buvou Sara even' TUESDAY, at 4 P. M.. and
SATURDAY, at 12 M.
a ftO 1 — The steamer
___ in plaee W. S. Pike.
Jo*. Dal feres, master, M. H. Landry, clerk
will leave as above. For freight or passage apply
on board or to R. C. MARTIN,
jy8 tf 6 Old Levee street.
FOR OPELOUSAS, WASHING
toil. Fort Barre, and all lundin
the coast, Atehafalaya River and
_ _Bayou Courtableau—Tbe light
J. G. BLACKFORD,
W. Burton, master. J. B. Sehmit, clerk.
Leaves ou WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M.
Leaves Washington for New Orleaus every
SATURDAY, at 12 M.
Tbe J. G. Blackford connects at Sim-port with
steamer Paynswiek. aud at Cburchville with Jennie
Gibhcns. Til rough bills holing given.
Bills against steamer J. G. Blackford will not be
paid without a written order from the captain.
The J. G. Blackford, when the water is too low.
will connect with steamer Maggie P.
Captain C. C. Pickett, havinf
purchased the that aud spleudii
Will start her in the Opelousas trade about August
1. The Selma is pronounced by our inspectors as
unsurpassed in those particulars that make up a
staunch, reliable and comfortable steamer. je*25 lm
Regular Coofft and La
fourche iiackpt—Every WEDNES
DAY and SATURDAY', at 5 P. M..
Ifor Loekport, Thibodaux. aud all
way la tidings, the
A. M. OMiooD, Master.
A clerk will always be found on the landing to
receive freight. je24
THE CROMWELL £lNE.
For New York, Direct.
This Line is composed of the Steamships
GEORGE WASHINGTON, CORTES,
GEORGE CROMWELL, MARIPOSA,
Will leave her wharf, foot of Toulouse street, ou
SATURDAY, July 16, at 5 P. M.
Freight for Liverpool, Bremen aud Havre taken
by this line, nud through bills of lading given for
the same. For freight or passage apply to
* ALFRED MOULTON,
mv21 No. 41 Carondelet street.
FOR NEW YORK.
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE.
Comprising the first-class steamships
CRESCENT CITY.........Captain George L. Norton.
SHERMAN................Captain Miner B. Crowell
GENERAL MKADEi.........Captain A. W. Sampson.
UNITED STATES.............Captain A. Blanchard.
MISSISSIPPI ..................Captain W. P. Henry.
WESTERN METROPOLIS......Captain II. S. Quick.
EiMILY B. SOCDER...................Captain
COMPRISING THE FIRST-CLASS
NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY.
GEORGE L. NORTON, Commander,
Will leave her wharf, foot of Jefferson street, on
SATURDAY, July 16, at 5 P. M.
These steamers have superior accommodations
Bills of lading signed through to Liverpool, Glas
gow and Bremen. Through tickets for first-class
and steerage passengers for Liverpool and the Con
tinent, connecting with Guion's lane of Steamers,
sailing from New York every Wednesday.
For freight or passage, apply to
LOW k LCDWIGSEN,
No. 190 Common street.
The steamship UNITED STATES will follow, leav
ing OI1 SATURDAY, July 23, at 5 P. M. oc20 ly
FOR FLORIDA FORTS AND HAVANA.
ALLIANCE LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS
FOR PENSACOLA, WARRINGTON, APALACHI
COLA. ST. MARKS. CEDAR KEYS, TAMPA AND
KEY WEST. Through bills of lading to Columbus,
Georgia, aud Boiubridge, Georgia, aud all regular
landings on Chattahoochee river; also to FKR
NANDINA and JACKSONVILLE.
This line is com raised of the following steamships,
to sail EVERY SATURDAY:
LAVACA............ ,E. F. Sehellenger, Commander.
FLORIDA ..................M. O'Leary, Commander.
BEAUFORT.............J. McC. Baker, Commander.
MARGARET........William Blakeue.v, Commander.
TAPPAHANNOCK..........C. W. Reed, Commander.
Will leave her wharf, foot of Calliope street, on
SATURDAY, July 18, at 8 P. M. For freight or pas
sage, apply to
F: W. PERKINS k CO., Agents,
26 Carondelet street.
N. B.—Shippers will please procure orders from
Agent's Office before sending freight to steamer.
No freight received on the day of sailing.
The underoigned ha* removed hi* STONE YARD
from the old stand, on Customhouse street, to the
ARTIFICIAL FREARHTONE YARD,
on Poydras street, between Locust and Freret
streets, and the office to No. 36 Natchez street.
In extending aud consolidating his business with
the Frear Artificial Stone Company, he would ex
press his thanks to a generous public, the patrons
and friends of » business of thirty-eight years
standing in this city, and would solicit a eoutiuu
aucc of the same to" the Louisi ana Frear Stone Man
ufacturiug Company. NKWT0N RICHARDS.
Referring to the above, the FREAR ARTIFICIAL
STONE COMPANY will furnish their STONE also
Granite and Marble for all purposes of building
fronts of stores and dwellings, steps, window sills
lintels, tombs, monuments, flagging for banquets
yards, garden-walks, etc.
Particular attention of property holders, arch!
teets and builders is called to the Artificial Frear
Stone, now offered as a beautiful and economical
substitute for briek and plastered flouts of build
ings, and suitable fur cornices, window trimming
wall copings, front fences, ete.
NEWTON RICHARDS, President.
J*ans Clark, Secretary.
Depot for tjie sale of RICHARDS' CAPE LIME.
pASSBNGERS GOING EAST,
VIA LOUISVILLE OR CAIRO,
Should purchase Tickets by the
ERIE AND ATLANTIC AND GREAT
Forming the best and most comfortable Line to
New York, Boston and Northern and Atlantic cities,
with niaguilicent Palace Combined Day land
Night Coaches, through to New York without
Three Lightning Express Trains Daily
This is the only Line from Cincinnati to New
York under one management: the only Line from
Cincinnati to New York without break of gauge;
Ihe only Line whose trains run through to New
York without change; the only Line running
coaches through without using compromise wheels;
the ouly Line running Palace Broad Gauge Coaches
through without ehauge.
If you desire prompt time and certain connec
tions' finest scenery oh the Continent, most com
fortable cars in the world, most magnificent dining
halls aud ample time for meals, and the safest, best
and most comfortable route, go to New York by
Erie and Atlantic and Great Western
Tickets by this Line for sale at all tickets offices
through the South.
WILLIAM R. BARR,
General Passenger Agent, New York.
W. B. SHATTIC,
General Southern Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
THE EAST.........TO THE EAST
Via Louisville and Ohio and Mississippi
The completion of the Louisville Division of this
road, and the splendid equipment for passenger
travel, makes this the
BEST ROUTE TO CINCINNATI,
ALL POINTS EAST AND NORTHEAST.
THREE TROUGH TRAINS DAILY,
With direct connections from the south for Oin
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARE.
Be sure and ask for tickets via Louisville and the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway, for sale at all prin
cipal ticket offiees in the South, and in Louisville at
the General Office of the Company, corner Fourth
and Main streets, also at Galt House and Louisville
line and Willard Hotels.
N. B.—Tickets to Cincinnati and points East, via
this line, are good ou mail line steamers, and Mail
line tickets are good on this road.
CHARLES K. FOLLETT,
Generttl Passenger and Tiekpt Agent, St. Louis.
J. L. GRISWORD.
General Superintendent, St. Louis.
jy5 ly General Southern Agent, Louisville.
RAWING OF THE
STATE LOTTERY FOR JULY
64i 2| —! —
The above drawings an- published in all the prin
cipal papers, and are drawn iu public daily al the
rooms of the Company.
Information furnished and prizes cashed hv
HOWARD. SIMMONS v CO.. Contractors.
St. Charles street, corner Union, New Orleans.
Witness our hands at New Orleans, Louisiana,
this twelfth day of Julv. 1870.
BEWARE OF BOGUS LOTTERIES. ap28
j^OUISIANA STATE LOTTERY
Incorporated August 17,1868.
CHARLES T. HOWARD................PRESIDENT.
SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY.
SPLENDID SCHEME—ONLY 20.000 NUMBERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT NEW ORLEANS ON
Saturday, July 16, 1870.
HOWARD, SIMMONS k CO., Contractors.
20,000 Numbers—Tickets Only 620
1 prize of $50,000 is........................$50,000
1 prize of 30,000 is........................ 30,000
20.000 is........................ 20,000
10.000 is........................ 10.000
W00 is........................ 9.000
8.000 is........................ g uoo
'.000 is........................ 7,000
6.000 is........................ 6.000
5.000 is........................ s ooo
4.000 is........................ 4,000
9.000 is........................ 3,ooo
2.000 is........................ 2,000
1 prize of
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50 prizes of
317 prizes of
1.000 ^are..................... 25,000
400 are...................... 63.400
440 prizes, amounting to....................$280 400
Whole Tickets, $20* shares in proportion. '
Prizes payable without deduction.
Orders to be addressed to
t i u ^HARLBS t. HOWARD.
C .1 k 0 * 692 » Post office, New Orleans.
Nend postoffice money order, or register your let
■ PREMIUM B^KERyT
O. M. REDON, PROPRIETOR,
Ronscau street, Fourth District.
This long established Bakery continues to vindi
cate it* right to the name. The FIRST PREMIUM
FOR WHITE BREAD waa awarded to Mr. Redon at
the Fair of 1870, being the third mark of distinction
of this kind received by him in four years.
His superior Steamboat Bread is famous wherever
it ha* been used.
Especial atteution given to making Cakes, Pies
Crackers, etc., and furnishing orders on short
n °tice. ap296m
FOUNDRY AND BOILER MANUFACTORY,
Corner of Ernto and New Levee Streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
W. J. J. ARMSTRONG, Mannger.
Manufacturer of Vertical and Horizontal Steam
Engines, Sugar Mills, Draining Machines Saw Mills.
Cotton Screws and Gearing, Iron Columns and
Front* of Bnildings, Furnace Mouths, Orate Bars,
Bone Black, Rev ivifiers. Gas Retorts, Railroad Frogs,
etc; Low Pressure Locomotive Flue aud Cylinder
Boilers of ail kinds; Filters, Juice Boxes aud Clari
fiers, etc. - splt6ate«d
By J. B. Walton.
VALUABLE CANAL STREET PROPERTY.
THE TWO-8TOHY AND BASEMENT BRICK
Dwelling on the south side of C^nal Street,
adjoining the corner of Rampart Street.
SALE FOR PARTITION.
CORALIE PRIEUR, WIFE OF E. G. GOTTSCHALK,
ALEXANDER AND JOHN H. ALPUENTB.
Second District Court—No. 32,828.
B Y J. B. WALTON, AUCTIONEER.—OP
flee No. 162 Common street.—SATURDAY, Au
gust 13,1870, at 12 o'clock M., at the St. Charles
Auction Exchange, by virtue and i n pursuance of
u judgment rendered by the Hunorable Louis Du
Ti'gneaud, Judge of the Second District Court for the
parish of Orleans, iu the above entitled suit, on the
twenty-third day of Mnrrh, 1869, and signed on the
first day of April, 1869. Court Docket No. 32.828. will
be sold the following deacribed property, to-wit:
A VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, with the build
ings and improvements thereon, m the First Dis
trict of this city, in the square bounded by Canal,
Common. Drvades anil Rampart streets, measuring
28 feet, 9 indie* uud 2 lines front ou Canal street, by
a depth of 127 feet, 10 inches and 5 lines, between
J iarallel lines, according to a plan drawn by P. N.
iidice, architect, dated the thirteenth of April. 1867.
The improvement* consist of A TWO-STORY AND
BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING, aborning the
corner of Rampart street, suited for offiees below
aud dwelling above, paved yard, cistern, water
works. ete. The rear buildings are two stories, and
commodious. This property is leased until the first
of October, 1870, at the rate of $150 per month, and
is sold subject to the lease.
Terms—One-third cash in United States treasury
notes, the balance ou a credit of one and two years,
iu the notes of the purchaser (divided into coupons,
if required), to his own order, and by iiini indorsed,
to be dated ou the day of the adjudication, bearing
interest at the rate of eight i«-r cent per annum
from date uutil paid, to be secured by mortgage and
vendor's lieu and privilege ou said property, with,
the clause of u<>u-alieuando. The puiclutser to
keep said property iusured up to the amouut of said
notes or coupons, aud transfer the policy of insur
ance to the vendor, and to jiny five |ier cent attor
ney's fees, in case of suit tor the recovery of the
notes or coupons.
Act of sale iM-fore S. Magner. notary public, at the
expeuse of the purchaser, including the United
States revenue stomps required by law.
jy!3 16 23 30 au6 13
By Nash A Hodgson.
BANK AND INSURANCE STOCKS
SUCCESSION OP EDWARD G. BRIDGE,
Parish Court. Parish of Jefferson—Docket No. 190.
B Y NASH &
HODGSON— W I. HODG
No. 170 Gravier
street.—On SATURDAY, July 23, 1870, at twelve
lock M., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, in
tiie basement rotunda of tiie St. Charles Hotel, by
\ irtue and in pursuance of an order of the Honora
ble W. T. Scott, Judge of the Parish Court, parish
of Jefferson, dated at Carrollton, Louisiana. July 12,
1870, docket No. 190 of said court, fur account of tiie
succession of Edward G. Bridge, deceased, at
public auction, will be sold—
THIRTY-FIVE SHARES OF THE CAPITAL
STOCK of the Louisiana Ntate Bank.
TEN SHARES OF THE CAPITAL STOCK of tbe
Mccluinics' and Traders' Insurance Company, on
which $ 10 per share has been lutid.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
jyi3 16 23
By Charleo B. Fo
SUCCESSION OF F. HENRY CASTAREDE.
B Y CHARLES E. FORTIER, ACC
tionccr—Office No. 51 Exchange Alley.—SAT
URDAY, July 23, 1870, at twelve o'clock M.. will be
sold at the Charles Auction Exchange, rotunda Nt.
Charles Hotel, on St. Charles street, between Com
mon and Gravier streets, by virtue of an order from
the Honorable the Second District Court for the
>arish of Orleans, dated eleventh July, 1870, the lol
lOwtof degeribed property, via—
NOTES— 1 lyiree notes drawn by Mrs. L. A. Hey],
each for the sum of five hundred ($500) dollars,
dated seventeenth May, 1770, and payable at one,
two and three years, with eight i»er cent interest
from date until paid.
At the hour of four o'clock P. M.. at the late resi
dence of the deceased. No. 540 Royal (late Cusacal
ALL THE FURNITURE contained in said resi
dence, consisting of beds, mattresses, chairs, etc.
Terms—Cash iu United States treasury notes.
j>13 19 23
By C. E. Girardey & Co.
VALUABLE BATTURK PROPERTY,
FORMING THE CORNER OF DELTA, GIROD
AND FRONT STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF MICHAEL MeCdlGIN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY A CO., AUCTION
eers—Nicholas J. Hoev. Auctioneer—Office No.
17 Exchange plaee—SATURDAY'. Julv 16. 1870, at
twelve o'clock M., will he sold at public auction, at
tbe Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal
between Canal aud Customhouse streets, by aufl iu
pursuance of an order of the Honorable L. Duvig
ucaud, Judge of the Second District Court for the
luirish of Orleans, dated eleventh June, 1870, ren
dered in the above entitled matter, tbe following
described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with all
the rights, ways, etc., thereunto belonging,, situated
in the First District of this city, iu square No. 4 A,
bounded by Delta, Lafayette, Girod and Front
streets, forming the corners of Delta, Girod and
Ftout streets, and measuring 24 feet 3 inches front
on Delta and Front streets, by a depth ol 125 feet and
3 lines, between parallel lines, aud trout ou Girod
Terms—Cash, and purchaser to assume payment
of all taxes for 1870.
Act of sale and United States revenue stamps at
the expense of the purchaser, before A. J. Lewis,
notary public. jel5 22 29 j\616
VALUABLE LUMBER YARDS
Delord Street, opposite Covington Lauding, occu
SIMPSON fc CO., LUMBER MERCHANTS.
, SUCCESSION OF MILTON TAYLOR
Second District Court for the Parish of Oilcans -
B Y P. B. FOUKE, PUBLIC ADMIXISTRA
tor and admisistrator of the succession of Mil
ton Taylor—E. A. Desloiule, Auctioneer—Office No.
11 Commercial Place.—SATURDAY. July 30, at 12
o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
chauge. Royal street, New Orleans, bv virtue and
in pursuance of un order of the Hon. L. Duvigncaud.
Judge of the 8ec»nd District Court for the parish of
Orleans, dated June 24, 1870, for account of the suc
cession of Milton Taylor, deceased, will be sold—
TWO LOTS OF* GROUND, together with tbe
buildings aud imnrovemeuts thereon, aud all right*
aud privileges thereto belonging, situated in tbe
First District, in the square liounded hv Delord
street (or Covington Lauding) Rampart, (late Her
cules), Eiiplirosiue and Franklin (late. Benton)
streets, designated by the numbers 1 and 2, on a
plan by Henry C. Boudousquie, civil engineer and
surveyor, dated New Orleans, June. 1870.
Lot No. 1 measures 50 feet fr ont on Delord street,
the same, more or less, on Kuphrosiue street, by a
depth of 214 feet on the line nesrest to Franklin
street, and 218 feet ou the opposite line. Lot No. 2
adjoins lot No. 1, and measures 25 feet front on
Basin street, or Covington Landing, by a depth of
100 feet, between parallel lines, American measure.
Terms and conditions—Oue-nalf cash in United
States treasury notes, the remainder in eqnal
amounts payable in one and two years in the note*
of the purchasers, payable to their owu order, aud
by them indorsed, bearing interest at the rate of
eight per cent per annum from date until final pay
ment, and secured by special mortgage upon the
property until paid.
The mortgage to embrace the five per cent clause
for attorney's fees in ease of suit to recover pay
ment of anv or part of the notes.
The buildings to be iusured, if required by the
Public Administrator, aud policy transferred.
Act of sale before George W. Christy, uotary pub
lic, at the expense of the purchaser, including the
cost of United States revenue stamps, as required
bylaw. P. B. FOUKE,
Administrator of Milton Taylor, deceased.
E. A. Dbslosdk, Auctioneer.
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