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#ma of a siege, the government will
|J.«« representatives in the town they
•elect as residence.
The avennee of Grande Anne and D* Im
perat rice and Bois De Boulogne are all one
vast camp, filed with soldiers.
The journals notice an order of the King
of Prussia to his troops, to take with them
all able-bodied men in the departments they
pass through.
A large force of cavalry, which managed
to escape from Sedan, reached Paris this
morning.
General Clnseret is here, and proposes to
form a corps of sharpshooters.
The correspondent of the Rappel was a
nsoner, but the Prince Royal released
saying: "When you reach Paris you
prist
aim,
will find a republic. We will bo very
severe,with Pans."
Several millions of cartridges were re
ceived here yesterday from Havre.
In certain parts of the city the pavements
•re to be taken up to lessen the effects of
bombs.
Even the nltra-Republicau journals testify
their respect for Princess Clotliilife.
The Princess Mat hilde has been released
order of M. Keratry.
Some objects which the Empress left in
the Tuileries in the haste of her departure,
have been forwarded to he.r.
Two hundred and eighty-three persons
have been liberated who were political pri.s
•ners here.
The government of national defense do
•Tecs that Toul merits well of the nation for
her heroic defenses which are still eon
tinned.
It is intended to lodge 100,000 Garde Mo
bile from the provinces in the large apart
ments which arc vacant, because of the in
•apacity-of landlords and the high prices.
CUBA.
•f Insurgents—Reported Surren
der «f General Carr—West India Corn
merer Paralyzed by the War—From
Venxaela and Han Domingo—Critical
Position of Baez.
Havana, September 7.—Colonel Acosta
report* the killing of forty insurgents in the
Canuao region.
General Carr is reported to have surren
dered.
The eommeree of the West Indies has
been paralyzed by the European war.
sezucla advices to the twenty-fourth
Venezuela advices to the twenty
. July represents the situation of Bis
* /avoranlc.
The entire republic, except Maracaibo, ac
knowledges Blanco as president. Peace is
expected soon.
The difficulty with the Dutch government
baa been partly arranged.
The steamer Honfleur and schooner
Sarah have been released, and have gone to
Xdtconr.
Two Dutch war vessels are anchored off'
Xaguayra.
Sun Domingo advices of the twentieth
state that the position of Baez is critical.
His Minister of War had resigned.
VIENNA.
Condition of Anstriasi Accession to the
Neutral League— Mediation Prohibi
ted.
Vienna, September 7.—It is asserted that
the accession of Austria to the neutral
ae was qualified bv a condition that
ation would be prohibited.
ST. PETERSBURG.
Senignation of the French Minister, who
Instantly Left the Country
-_ 8 t. Petersburg, September 7.—G«*bcral
Ft
Fleury, Minister from Prance, resigned and
instantly left the country.
BERLIN.
Great Events Expected—King Wiliinm
Hatdmoned to Berlin.
Berlin, September 7.—Provincial corres
pondence, says great events may be ex
pected.
Delbruck, president of the federal chan
cery, has summoned King William to Berlin.
BRUSSELS.
Italy Revokes the (nil for Third CIrmm
K e.enrs.
Brukselk, September 7.—In consequence
^•f the French evacuation of Rome, Italy
revokes the call for the third class of re
aerves.
METZ.
Metx Starving — Beef Two Dollars a
Found.
Paris, September 7 .—A correspondent of
the Guardian from Luxemburg writes that
Metz is starving. Beef is two dollars per
pound.
SARATOGA.
The Rcpubliran State Convention — Ke
ren*—Nomination of Woolford tor Bov
ernor.
Saratoga, N. Y., September 7.—After
a j) po in ting tlie usual committees on crcilrn
tials,rules, etc., tho Republican Convention
UOiO | A U1OT , CIV ., IUC Aicpuum
-took a recess till five o'clock.
On tbe third ballot Stewart L. Wooilfonl
was nominated for Governor. He received
258 votes- Greeley received 1054k.
BASE BALL
Victory of the White Stockings Over ilic
Stockings—Score, Ten to Six.
Chicago, September 7.— Tlie victory of tlie
White Stockings over the Red Stockings in
the game of base ball which was played in
Cincinnati to-day, was received here with
the warmest expressions of delight, the
more so beennse no one anticipated it.
George Wright, of the Red Stockings,
•was still unable to play on account of in
juries which he received in tho g;une with
the Haymakers, some weeks ago.
The audience numbered about 5000 per
sons.
The following is the score by innings:
Innings.
|i|?
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Total
White Stockings..
'| 0l 3
0
0
2
1
0
2
2
10
Bed Stockings.....
| 0 1 0
0
1
0
0
0
3
2
6
MISCELLANEOUS.
Alexander Stephens Regaining His
Health—Writing School History of the
United States — General Lee — Crops
Mnflering from Drought—Season of the
" Springs » Closing—Beauregard, Har
dee and Hehert—Impeachment Charges
Dismissed— Fatal Kerosene Accident.
Alleghany Springs, Va., September 7.
* iena [
In a private letter to a friend bore, Hon.
Alexander H. Stephens says he is slowly
regaining his health, und that lie is busily
engaged in writing the school history of the
United States.
General Robert E. Lee has returned to
Lexington from Hot Springs, cured of bis
rheumatism.
The crops in Eastern Virginia are snffer
ingfrom drought.
The eastern-bound trains are crowded
with visitors from Virginia Springs, homc
is rapidl]
ward bound. The season is rapidly draw
ing to a close.
There is still a throng of visitors here,
among the number—Generals Beauregard,
Hardee and Ex-Governor Hebert.
Atlanta, September 7.—The charges of
impeachment against State Treasurer An
gj. e r were to-day dismissed by a vote
of 78 to 7.
Chicago, September 7.—Mrs. Mary
Clarke, residing on a cross street, thought
lessly left a coal oil can on the stove last
evening when she built a tire; after some
time had elapsed, she endeavored to remove
it, but the gas had generated by the heat of
the stove, and the contents exploded, so
burning her that she has since died.
m River Intelligence.
Southwest Pass, September 7, 8 P. M.—
Barometer 29:50. Wind cast and strong.
Arrived: steamship I. C. Harris at T~>;35
P. M., Far well, master, from Brazos San
tiago, to C. A. Whitney A Co.: schooner
'---- ---'— -*~*Tt days from
Etna, James, master,
Knaton, with fruit, to
______ oseph Grande;
achooner Challenger, Wood vQle, master,
. Wf ;
eleven days from UtiUa, with fruit, to
Joseph Macheca; steamship Grange at 4:39
P. M„ Morrill, master, from Belize Hondu
ras, to G. W. Hynson &. Go.; steamship
Rapldan at 7:30 P. M., Whitehurst, master,
from Galveston, to G. A. Pssdick & Co.
No departures.
Pass-a-i/Outre, Sopteml>er 7, 6 P. M.—
Wind east, strong.
Airived: Steamship Lord Lovell at 9:30
A. M., Agnew, master, from Havana, to
Goldenbow &. Kelly.
No departures.
Memphis, ScptemWr 7. —Passed down:
R. E. Lee. River falling. Weather cloudy.
Mercury SO 3 .
Louisville, September 7.— The river has
fallen four inches in the past twenty-four
hours, with twenty six inches in the chute,
mid jlive feet on Portland bur. Weather
clear. Thermometer 80 u at two P. M.
MARKETS.
Domestic Markets.
Ntiy York, September 7, Evening.—
Cotton closed with fair demand. Sales to
day 1800 bah>s. Middling uplands at 19 tfcc.
Flour, State and Western heavy at 5»10c
lower; superfine at $4 80®5; Southern
dull and lower ; common to fair extra $•> 33
06 '20; good to choice at $6 23 d 8 25.
Wheat a shade lower for winter, with fair
export |deuiand; spring heavy, 1 a> 2 c
lower; winter rod and amber Western at
$12S'&'-129; new at 81 30^1 31. Corn dull,
1 ®2c lower, at 80. Beef quiet. Pork low
er at $26 50. Lard lower; kettle at 16*4 ii
17o. Whisky heavy and lower at Oik'.
Groceries quiet and firm. Turpentine 40c.
Rosin very strong. Tallow heavy at 9
'(T 9 •*i>.
Cincinnati, September 7.—Flour dull;
family, $5 50 ®5 75. Wheat dull and droop
ing; red winter, $1 08 <?1 12. Corn dull at
70<?72e: Oats dull and drooping, closing
quiet at 40 ® 42c. Rye, dull at 80c. Barley
scarce and firm, at $1 20 u> 1 27 for fall, and
$1 w 1 10 for K]uing. Cotton dull; middling,
l!'c. Tobacco unchanged. Whisky dull at
90 w91c. Mess pork dull and prices nom
inal; held at $27 25®27 50. Bacon firm;
shoulders, 14 l ic; clear rib, 17c ; clear sides,
18c. Eggs, 18 <t 19c.
St. Louis, September 7.—Tobacco heavy
and irregular; lugs $4 . r SI ®8 50. Cotton
quiet; middling 17ty®18e. Hemp firm at
$1 75 «1 9) for undressed and $2 40 ®2 50
for dressed. Bugging firm at 29ty it 30c.
Wheat firmer; No. 2 red fall $1 03<il 05.
Corn dull: mixed SO®60c. Oats diill and
unchanged. Rye dull and lower at 6 o® 68 e.
Provisions quiet. Pork dull at $28. Bacon
steady; shoulders 14Vac; clear rib 17Vje.
[Yesterday's Evening Dispatches ]
Paris, September 7.—.Piles Favro is
awaiting a response to a dispatch sent to
the United States Government. It is
thought that tlie reply will have a great
effect throughout the country.
Every French town hedrd from accepts
the republic joyfully. <
Engineers are destroying the tunnels run
ning east from Paris.
The report has lieen confirmed that the
Orleans Princes are en route for Paris.
It is reported that the Ministry have de
termined to arrest them on their arrival.
The reported difficulty between General
Trochu and the Ministry has been adjusted
tlie. Ministry yielded and harmony was
restored.
The difficulty arose from a proposition to
arm all classes, which General Trochu suc
cessfully opposed.
Immense defense preparations continue.
The French army is retiring before the
Prussian advance, which has reached Sois
sons.
Trains arrive hourly from the front with
artillery, cavalry anil infantry.
The rolling stock of the eastern roads is
concentrated here and sent west and south.
There seems but one sentiment among the
people—defense of the nation.
Organization is quietly proceeding, and
there is no dissent trom this necessity of the
Republic anywhere.
There is great rejoicing at the removal of
the press censorship. War news and details
are now published without hindrance.
The Prussians are at Soissous, marching
rapidly on Paris.
General Trochu reiterates the statement
that Paris is safe.
London, September 7.— The National
Itiard failed to cheek the Prussians cross
ing the Rhine near Mulbousc.
The wounded from Sedan have been dis
tributed in the villages and farm houses in
the vicinity.
Twelve thousand of McMahon's army are
at Mezieres, and 20 , 1 ); MJ are betw'een Vou
ziers and La Cliene.
Brussels, September 7.—The Empress
Eugenie is the guest of the Hoovern family
at Chateau Meyesse, near Brussels.
Berlin, September 7.—Russia is about
proposing a Congress of tlie great powers.
Prussia will certainly deeliue.
Rome, September 7.—The proclamation
of a French Republic has caused a pro
found sensation here. Carlists, who were
numerous before, are now innumerable.
Boston, September 7.—The cities in Mas
sachusetts voted for licensing the sale of
lager beer and ale. The small towns
voted no.
TIIK T'EXAS IIO.M) SUITS.
The Houston Union says :
We h avc received from the publishers of
the State Journal a pamphlet containing the
correspondence between Governor Mavis
and George W. Paschal. Sr., in relation to
the Texas indemnity bond suits, accompa
nied by a report of the House committee,
fully sustaining tlie Governor in his dis
missal of Mr. Paschal from the service of
the State, and the employment in his place
of the Hon. T. J. Durant. The pamphlet
contains thirty-one pages, and is too lengthy
for our columns. The substance of the cor
respondence may be briefly summed up in a
few words.
Mr. Paschal was appointed by Governor
I'easg, on the thirteenth of November, 1868.
to represent the State in what was known as
the''Texas Indemnity Bonds." Ou this au
thority Mr. Paschal collected bonds and cash
to tho amount of $17,325. Instead of turning
this amount over to tho.Governor of the
.State ,hc maintains an ominous silence until
Governor Davis, learning from private
soureexthat this large sum had been paid
over to Mr. Paschal, addressed that gentle
man a note revoking his appointment and de
manding a settlement.
To this, Mr. Paschal Rafter some delay re
plied, accounting for the money anil bonds,
but laying claim to the whole amount anil
$68,556 01 besides; or in other words, for
the legal services of the Hon. George W.
Paschal in two or three little suits, for which
an ordinary attorney would charge perhaps
$10,000, he demands from the State $102,525.
What makes the matter appear still more de
rogatory to Ilie character of Mr. Paschal, he
has assumed to payout some $13,000 said by
him to bo duo other parties, among them
his sou George, for services in tlie case.
It is fortunate Governor Davis revoked
tho authority as soon as he did, otherwise
the whole amount due tlie State might have
been gobbled up to swell the coffers of the
l'aschuls. It does not appear by the corre
spondence exactly how the State is to re
cover the $47,3-,'5 from the clutches of its
very efficient and reasonable agent; for
George, not satisfied with what he has
already stolen, demands sixty odd thousand
more. Human impudence has reached its
climax in George W. Paschal.
The linking Fund.
This is a special to the St. Louis Democrat
Washington, September 4.—Judge Rich
ardson, acting Secretary of the Treasury,
writes in reply to questions concerning the
sinking fund that all bonds purchased ou
that account, and also for a special fund are
at once destroyed, with coupons and inter
est stopped. The total amount of reduction
in principal of tho public debt by this pur
chase and destruction of bonds and coupons
amounted, on the first day of September,
to $137,802,650 which is an annual reduction
and saving of interest in the sum of $8,268,
159.
Tho act which required the bonds to be
canceled and destroyed, also provides for
the setting apart of one per cent of the prin
cipal of the debt on the first day of each
•July and of tho amount of interest which
would have accrued on bonds heretofore
purchased, and destroyed if they had been
preserved. This fund to be used in the pur
chase or redemption of additional bonds
are likewise to be destroyed. This provi
sion of the law will be carried out, and if
the state of the treasury should allow, fur
ther authority to purchase additional bonds
will also be exercised. All bonds purchased
must and will be canceled and the amount
taken from tho principal of the debt, after
which the interest will cease.
Monetary—Commercial.
MONETARY.
OFFtCB OP THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, I
Wkuswdit Evasiao, September 7, 1870. )
proper
any material change. On tbo street A1
i notes secured by unquestionable collaeralfl
were quoted at Hi a-ltfc P cent P mouth,
and first class business paper without colla
terals at lVj ®2>i. The rates for mortgage
paper are still 10 ® 12 P cent P annum lor
A1 and 13® 15 for second grade.
Gold opened at 11344® 114 (against 1144s
at New York), and, closed at lld 3 4®
114 (against 111'i). The sales included —
at 1 1; $10,000 and $10,000 at 113V, $4000,
$5000, and $6000 at 113 V $1500, $5000 and
$5000 at 114; $6000 at 114*11444, and $2500
at 11444. Nothing reported in silver.
There was again very little done in foreign
exchange, and the only sale definitely report
ed is i;5)O0 bank sterling at 127, but we are
aware of other sales, the particulars of
which were suppressed. Sterling is quoted
nominal at 124®1244" tin* good to Al bill
of lading and clear,and 126* 1264s for bank,
the latter charging 1264k *127 for small
sums. Nothing whatever was reported in
francs.
Domestic exchange was steady and firm.
Tlie banks drew on New York at ^ P cent
premium, and the sales included $15,000
commercial sight on New York at 3-16 pre
mium; $10,000, $1 l.tWO, $14,000 and $23,000
at V $5000. $10,000 and $10,000 at 5-16, and
$10,000 sixty days' sight on New York at
24 k discount.
24 k discount.
We noticed rather more doing in stocks,
the sales of which included 5 shares .Missis
sippi and Mexican Gulf Canal at $2 2 a; 31
Crescent City Railroad at $ii7; 8 City liuil
road at $166; 100 Ijoiiisiano State Lottery at
$85, 5 at $90, 5 at $92 50, !) anil 10 at $'••>;
100 Sugar Shed at $27 50, anil 19 Crescent
City Slaughterhouse at $17 374»j. HlOO
shares Mississuipi Valley Navigation Com
pany were otten'd at $1 25, but we beard ol
no sales. Several days since it sold at $1.
A day or two since (not reported) 15 shares
Citizens' Bank changed hands at $1II.
There were sales at auction (Alfred
Bouligiiy, auctioneer! of $38,000 old city
seven per cent. September and March cou
pons, ex-matured coupon, at 69; $2000 new
city seven per cents sold at —. A small
amount of City Fiscal Agency certificates
sold at 8 l 7 fi, and $.300 at So 1 '.*. The latter is
a very full rate. Dealers bought the Fiscal
Agency certificates at 834 k® 84. and the
seven-thirties at 733734a, and sold the former
at 8444 a 85 and the latter at 74 d 74 lj .>.
We heard of a sale of $2500 new State
warrants at 73; 73 l k was offered for $ 10,000
early in the day: also $2000 old at 85, at
which more was offered without meeting a
buyer. Dealers bought these at 724*373,
and Metropolitan Police al 9ii t-j a 97, and
uskod for the former 74 <7 75 and fertile latter
974*398
City treasury notes continued without ap
parent movement. Dealers' rates for small
sums were 19 discount, buying, and 174j u 18
selling.
COMMERCIAL.
WunsMAi Evening, September 7. 18711.
Cotton—T he sales to-day embraced -150
bales at rather softer prices, without any
quotable decline, but requiring a reduction
of l 4 i' in strict middling, the figures for
■which
have h<
i-in nouiiuai.
We i
juotc
low
oriiimtry at
lOrtlie; ur
dinurv
at
It
13'-4c;
KOUll
ordinary at
!')te 1
•0^4©;
low
miiiiiii
ng :it 1
17 'i <r 17 ' 41 -; inidilliii
g at
IS d
lS>-Te,
anil st
riot middling
at — *
% 18V!>(
The
aei'oun
t-s from Now
York and Li
vi*r
pool lm<i a depressing influence, under
which factors evinced a disposition to meet
the demand more freelr, but without sub
mitting to any marked citvline, and altliough
the inouiry was fair, yet as buyers de
manded greater concessions than they
could obtain, the business was confined to
the amount noted above. The indications
were that at a little lower rates buyers
would have operated to a more liberal ex
tent. Low ordinary sold at lie. very strict
good ordinary at lti*, low middling at 17 Le,
good style do at lT^c. middling at IS ami
ISkic, mostly at is, and strict middling at
18V 4 til 8 V 2 C, mostly at 18^.
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1. 1870—bales.
Arrived since last statement....... 412
Arri ved previously................. 1 ..>40—
Cleared to-day......
Cleared previously..
Stock on hand ar.d on shipboard—bales......17. 14
Receipts proper since Friday evening 1373
bales, against ti39 fur the corresponding
time last week, and 1451 last year, and since
August 31, 1761 hales, against 1830 last year.
Sugar ani> Molasses— Sales from ' first
hands are slow, lint the dealers are doing
quite a brisk business in the way of supply
ing the local job demand. A lot of Louisi
ana white clarified is held in first hands on
the landing at lTbc. while only IM'i i>
offered. The dealers are obtaining 10 * 4 a
1u4kc. t > lb for common Louisiana sugar,
11 ® 11 *kc for lair; 124.0 for fully fair; 13c
for prime; 134i a 134kc for choice; Id's ,i
134t>e for yellow clarified, and 14 a 14'iic for
white. Of Cuba sugar 300 boxes were sold
to dealers, of which 100 boxes Xos. 12 and
13 at 10 lj a lie, 100 ilo No. Mat 11 V 4 .r li ve.
50 do No. 15 and 16 at 1242 <t 12 'mc, .',0 j 0
Nos. 19 and 20 at 13M> a 14c F IB.
Arrivals from the West—T lie Bis
marck, from St. Louis, has arrived since
our review of yesterday.
Flour—I s in request for Cuba, but the
demand is restricted by tlie light stock.
There were sales to-day, of 2500 bids, of
which 300 double extra at $6 10; 50 and
150 do at $0 15; 171 treble extra at $6 50;
30 anil 100 do at $b 75: 135 i lioice extra at
$7; 5<Hi and 650 do on private terms.
Corn—I s in light supply atul prices are
firmer, although there is not much demand.
White is held at $ 1 . There were sales to-day
of 800 sacks of which 300 mixed at 85c; 173
white mixed, in burlaps at 92 1 -..; 75 yellow at
95c. anil 200 yellow in store at $1 t' bushel.
Oats —Are in light supply and prices are
very linn withafair demand: 1500 sacks were
sold to-day of which 100 and 200 St. isiuisat
54c; 100 at o l d> 55c: 200, 30'* and 500 at 55c t'
bushel.
Bran—I s in light supply and firm; 100
and 100 patent sacks sold on the landing at
at $1 10. and 150 ordinary sacks sold in
store at $! 05 1' 100 tbs.
Hay— 150 bales choice Western sold at
$28 l* ton; prime, is ipiotid at $26. The
stock is light and prices are linn.
Fork—T he marki t is quiet., but firm, at
$30 V bbl for mess at wholesale. It is re
tailing at $32 F bid.
Bacon —The stock is light, and there is
only a retail business doing at 16c f tb for
shoulders, 184(>e fur clear rib sides, 20c for
clear sides, 24 V 4 a 25Mm for sugar-cured
hams.
Laud—T ierces are in light supply, and
kegs are very scarce; the latter command
20Vic V Tb; tierces 17 V 4 a 17 Vic lor packers;
17M* ^ 18*40 for refined.
Dry Sai
14 V ft-lSVic
M eats— Shoulders command
> lb.
14 V 4 ft-lSVic
> lb.
Cattle Market.
PRICKS*.
Texas Beeves, corn fed, choice, 11} net___ 71 __
Texas Beeves, corufed, second choice fc*
lb net.................................. 7b -
Texas Beeves, f* head, first Quality____30 00'dio 00
Texas Beeves, <$>' head, second quality. .22 00v£30 00
Texas Beeves, ^ head, third quality... .10 00rf>16 00
Hogs, lb gross......................... 9a) 11
Sheep, head............................ 3 00o) 7 to
Veal Cattle, head...................... 8 00 #11 00
Milch Cows, f*head......................50 00&85 00
Milch Cows, choice..........^...........alOQ 00
Kate's of Freight by River to Cairo and
Kail to Chicago.
Supnr per 100 pounds..............
Salt, per 100 pounds...............
Hides, per 100 pounds.............
Liquors, per 100 pounds...........
Oranges, per barrel................
Oranges, boxes....................
Cotton seed, per 100 pounds......
Molasses, per barrel...............
Crates, per 100 pounds............
Cairo. Chicago.
$ 20 * 40
20
I.umber Market at the Basin
WHOLKSALB PHICKS—BY TUB CARIK).
Inch boards, ......................$13 OO^IG CO
Scantling <*ccoiding to qua ity and
lengths)............................ 13 o*ai 4 no
Weather boards, rouph'................. 14 00 ®-
Weather boards, dressed............... 16 00 o>-
1 Si D flooring, No. 1..........
\ and \ D ceiling......................
Shingles............. ...............
Laths.......................
Paving brick... , BDILB ««
-- ti23 00
22 00 -
4 00® 4 25
2 25 ® 2 50
tialmon brick......
White sand........
Yellow sand.......
15 00®- —
11 GO®- —
8 00® £ n
50® —
28® 30
Oak..........a...........
Pine......................
CharcoaL.........*......
6 75® 7 54
COO® 650
300® 375
Marine Intelligence.
OFFICE OF THE REPUBLICAN,)
Thiiraday, September 8,18*70. j
PLEASED YESTERDAY.
► W G Hewee,
Boi .rue, fur Indianala via
Steamship
/ Galvewton,
Mexican brig Guadatape, Anapa, for Campeche
Schooner Notre tie nor a del Caridad del Cobre, Lior
oa. for I lav ana
ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Mariposa, Kemble, from Nt\
Moulton—2d district 8
STEAMBOATS.
Bismarck, Thompson, from tit Louis.
Grand Era, White, from Argyle Lauding.
Louise, Hopkins, from Mobile,
BELOW AT QUARANTINE.
Steamship Grange. Houston, from Belize, Hondu
ras, to G W H viisou Leo—
Steamship Lord Lovell, Agnew, from Havana, to E
J Forstall fcco—
Sjmnish bark Tomas tie Pool!, 19 day* from
Havana, in ballast, lo Avendano Bros—
Schooner J.inda. Sb*i, 6 days from Vt>ra Cruz, jd bal
last, toM Payro—
EXPORTS.
INDIANOLA VU GALVIiSTON-rSteamsliip W G
He wo*—60 tea hams 100 bags coffee 300 bx* candles
100 bbls whisky 300 bxs wine lor Iiuiianola. 1100
bblH dour 300 b\s at arch 7i0 pkgs mdse 200 bbls rice
100 bbls sugar 200 kegs lard 100 kegs butter 200 kegs
nails tor Galveston
CAMPECHE— Brig Guadalupe—500 bbls Hour 526
pus pine lumber 1 tea hams 15 kegs butter 7 bxs of
apples 12 bxs cheese 10 bbls potatoes 10 bbls onions
33 nkgs imlse
^ HAVANA—Schooner Notre Seoora del Caridad del
Cobre—0 bales moss 1320 bbls tlour 150 sks corn 5578
feet lumber
imports;
LIVERPOOL—Steamship Alice—A full cargo of
aestd mdse ami sundries
MOBILE—Steamer Louisa—171 bales cotton and 40
bales imise and sundrieu
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
ST LOUIS—Steamer Bismarck—9 hhds tobacco 67
tes lard 6742 bids flour 147 bbls whisky 199 obis i»ork
184 kegs lard 25 <*ks b.*u*on 1056 sks corn 379 oats
837 skri bran l9r; bales hay and sundries
ARGY I K LANDING—Steamer Grand Era—U1 bales
cotton 40 bales sheeting and mmdnts
BY THE KAIL K O A D 8.
NEW ORLEANS. JACKSON AND GREAT NORTH
ERN RAILROAD, September 7—31 bales cotton ItO
half bbls beer 10 bbls whisky 67 cks bacon 70 rases
lard 5<) kegs lard 107 bbls oniuns 565 bbls potatoes
370 ska potatoes and sundries
MORGANS LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD—September 7—61 hides 500 shingles 24 half
bales moss 341 head cattle 4 bolt s brot.ru corn 153
sks onions and sundries
STEA^OATS.
VICKSBURG AND BENDS.
summkr axd fall arrangement.
GREENVILLE BEND PACKET.
Leaves every THURSDAY, at 5 P. M.
fvi»p>- L For Oreenville, VirksbnrR,
[ si . Katelin*. and all way one Coadt
lauding
GRAND ERA,
J. M. WHITE, Master.
(Iu place of t: r :k-w (;recaville packet now baild
fv'iU.
connect at Vicksburg with Yazoo
ubtvknino:
Leaves Gri'enville on tiundarH, at 19 A. M
Passes Lake ProviRence Holiday evenings.
Passes Bead Monday mornings.
Leaves Vicksburg Mondays at 5 P. M.
Passes < 1 rand Gulf Mondays at 8 P. M.
Passes St. Joseph Mondays at 9 P. M.
Passes Rodney Mondavs at 10 P. M.
Passes Waterproof Mondavs at 11 P. M.
Leaves Natchez Tuesday at 7 A. M.
Passes Red River at 12 M.
Passes Bnvou Sara at 3 P. M.
Passes Baton Rouge at 6 P. M.
Payees Plaquemine at 7H P. M.
Passes Donaldsonvillo at 11 I*. M.
Will call for all hails, and pay particular atten
tion to all wav and c!ia>t business.
P. S.—The steamer Grand Era will take freight lor
Lima Landing.
O. L. KOUNS A BRO.,
• • f*anal Street Ferry Lauding.
GEORGE 1). HITft,
No. 17 Tei 1 ou pi ton lira street.
N. O. DONOHUE,
an 17 110 Gravier street, Agenta
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street, Agenta
KKl-> K1VKII.
J a
ae
l*or Jefferson, ^
id all way landing
^ht ctralt steamer
hreveport
s—Tae new
FONTENELLE,
John S. Master, John Bko«)K.
•um - FRIDAY'. Sept< inber 9. at 5 P. M.
iJATON UOUGL
K »xv Orleans, Cl
! JU . Baton Kongo semi-woe
gor packet ^
last and
kly pasr-on
ST.
W
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Ma*t«T,
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<*s v w Orh
ans ev(
and
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TH V 1
liSDAY an
.1 M'J
i J. A. C.VSSTOCK,
Clerk.
WEDNESDAY at 10 A. M.,
. M.; ]on\os Baton Rougo
NDAY EVENINGS, coining
down the coast below Donaldsonvillo in dnj'Iigkt,
Fridays and Mondavs.
K. O. MKLANCON, Agent
m!i3 H6 Old Levee street.
• jPKLOIJSAS.
* FOR OPELOUSAS WASBINO
tOM, Fori Barre, and all landing* on
tlie coaat. Atchatalaya River and
Ba^ou Co ur tableau—Tha
draught steamer.
J. G. BIaACKFORD,
W. Burton, master. J. B. Sehmit, clerk.
Leaves ou WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M.
Leaves Washington, for New Orleans every
SATURDAY', at 12 M.
Tlie J. O. Blackford coun»*ete at Si ms port
steamer Pavnswiek, and at Churchville with Jennie
Gibbeus. 'tflirough bills lading given.
Bills against steamer J. (4. Blaokford will n^t be
paid w ithout a written order from the captain.
Tlie J. G. Blaokford, when the water is too krw,
w ill connect writh steamer Maggie P.
LOTTERIES.
RAWING OF THK LOUISIANA
STATE LOTTERY FOR SEPTEMBER 7. 1S70.
CLASS 212.
1 2 j 3 j 4 I 5 j 6
7
3
9 1 10
11
12113114.15
| 36 1 73 | 61 | 14 j 28
55
49
22 1 1
48
57 !04j 2! —
The above drawings are published in all the prin
cipal papers, and are drawrn iu public daily at the
rooms of the Company.
Information fur.iished and prizes cashed by
HOWARD, sIMMONS & CO., Contractors.
St. Charles street, corner Union, New Orleans.
Witness our hands at New Orleans. Louisiana,
this seventh day of SeptemWr, 1.170.
H. PERALTA.
ADAM GIFFEN,
Commissioners.
BEWARE'OF BOGUS LOTTERIES. ap28
j^OUlSIANA STATE JLOTTEKY
COMPAN Y.
Incorporated August 17, 1068.
CIlARLEti T. HOWARD................PRESIDENT.
SINGLE NHIBKR LOTTERY.
ON
SPLENDID SCHEME—ONLY 20,000 NUMBERS.
Cnpital Prize............$-50,00*.
CLASS M,
TO BE DRAWN AT NEW ORLEANS
Saturday, September 17, 1870.
HOWARD, SLMMONS Jt CO.. Contractors.
SCHEME:
•20,000 Numbers—Ticket* Only $20.
1 pri7,H of $50,000 is........................$50 000
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
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1 prize of
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50 prizes ot
317 prizes of
30.000 is.
20.000 is..
10.000 is..
9.000 is..
8.000 is..
7.000 is..
6.000 is .
5.000 is..
4.000 is..
3.000 is..
2.000 is..
1.000
1,000
1.000
1.000
1,000
1.000
1,000
1.000
1.000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1.000
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1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
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1.000
1,000
500 are........
200 are.
30.000
20 000
ioooo
9.000
8.000
7.0*0
6.00U
5.000
4.000
3.000
2.000
MO..................... 25,000
36 Approximation prizes.........
440 ]
25,000
63,400
12,600
40 prizes, amounting to....................i
Whole Tickets, $20; shyes in proportion.
Prizes payable without oedacUon.
$280,400
____payable
Orders to be addressed to
OHARLB8 T. HOWARD,
Look box 6B2, Postoffloo, Hew Orleans.
Bond postoffioe nwoey older, or regtotar youx let
t«r. f 9
STEAMSHIPS.
FOR NEW YORK.
MERCHANTS* STEAMSHIP LINE
Comprising the tiret-claa* steamship*
CRESCENT CITY.........Captain George L. Norton.
SHERMAN................Captain Miner B. Crowell.
........topi
GENERAL MEADE.........Captain A. W. Sam
UNITED STATES.............Captain A. Blanc
MISSISSIPPI...................Captain W. P. Henry.
WESTERN METROPOLIS......Captain H. R. Quick.
EMILY B. SOUDKK...................Captain-.
COMPRISING THE FIRST-CLASS
Steamships
SAILING FROM NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY.
The steamship
CRE8CENT CITY,
GEORGE L NORTON, Commander.
Wtl! leave her wharf, foot of Jefferson street, on
SATURDAY, September 10, at 5 P. M?
These steamers have superior accommodations
for passengers.
Cabin Passage............................$50
Steerage Passage......................... 25
Bills of lading signed through to Liverpool, Glas
gow and Bremen. Through tickets for first-class
uud steerage passengers for Liverpool and tlie Con
tinent, connecting w ith Guion's Line of .Steamers,
sailing from New'York every Wednesday.
For freight or passage, apply to
LOW A LUDWIGSRN,
No. 1 JO Common street.
The steanjsliip WESTERN METROPOLIS will
follow, leaving on SATURDAY, September 17. at 5
P. M. oc20 lv
THE CROMWELL. LINE.
For New Y ork Direct.
This Line is composed of the Steamships
GEORGE WASHINGTON, CORTES,
GEORGE CROMWELL, MARIPOSA,
ST. LOUIS.
& Tlie Steamship
MARIPOSA,
E. KIMBALL, Commander,
SATURDAY, Se ptember 10. at 5 P. M.
Will leave her wharf, loot of Toulouse stree t, as
above.
Passage..............................$50.
Freight for Live.ri»oul, Bremen and Havre t-ak m
by this line, and through bills of ladinggiaau for
tbe same. For freight or passage apply to
ALFRED MOULTON,
au28 • No. 41 Carondelet stre-et.
FOll NEW YORK DIUEI T.
To sail ou SATURDAY, September 10, at 3
Cabin Passitge to New Y'ork...................
M.
..$50
The magnificent Al ocean steam
ship
VICTOR,
GURDON GATES, Commander,
liarf, opposite Jackson Square,
For freight or jiassage,
Will leave her
Second District, as above.
luiviug uusurpusa4Hl accommodiitious, apply to
GEORGE A. FOtiDICK k CO.,
39 Carondelet street.
Bills Lading signed through to Liverpool.
Tlie stoambiiip DK SOTO, Mortou, master, will fol
low and sail on September K). oe3
LEGAL NOTICES^ _
CMTED STATES DISTRICT COL'KT.
DI8TRKT OK LOUISIANA.
IN TI1K MATTER OK ABNER P. BURTON,
rupt.
In Bnnkrnptcj—No. Wl.
AV-HHRKAS, ABNER P. BURTON. FORMERLY OP
▼ f (■oni'oniia purish, I^iui.siaun, hut now a reai
dent of the St ate ot Mississippi, duly declared bank
rupt under the art of Congress of March 2. 1867. lias
this day tiled iu said court a petition praying for a
discharge and certificate thereof irom all'his debts
and other claims provable under said art.
Noti'-e is therefore given to all creditors who have
proved their d«bts, and t»» all other | arsons in inter
* st. that the twenty-first day of November, 1870, at
11 A. M.. is assigned for tlie hearing of the same, and
that they mav tlieu ana there attend and show
cause, if any they have, whv the prayer of the said
p« tition should nut Is* granted.
<7«*rk's Office, New Oih ans, June 13. 1870.
jy 19 K. LKOVV,' Deputy Clerk.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALES.
•iurrexsion of Esther Hrary uiiuM Bressey,
Deceased Wife of Joseph Alexis.
V CCORDING TO AN ORDER OF THE HONORA
ble, The Second District <
ut for the parish of
Orleans, dated September 7, 1670. I will proceed to
sell, at auction, foreash—
THE MOVABLES AND FURNITURE of the abdve
snc< ession «>u FRIDAY, S«*ptembei 9. at four o'clock
P. M.in tbe house. No. 139 Barracks street, betw« en
Burgundv and Ka^ppart stieets.
JOSEPH ALEXIS,
se8-It # Administrator.
CONSTABLE'S SALES.
*Ir. and Mr*. Anderson vs. Harris Kay.
No. 3658.—Sixth Justice Court.
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS, TO
me directed by tbe Hon. Thomas ti. Collins.
Sixth Justice of the Peace in and for tlie parisl
Orleans, I va. ill proeeed to sell at public auction,
ouj THURSDAY, September 15. 1870. at 12 o'clock
M.. at inv Ware-house. No. 150 St. Mary street;
One MULE.
Seized in tin* above suit.
Terms—Cash.
se6 10 15 R. A. CLARK, Constable.
Julius Levy vs. Joseph Holz—Third Jus
tice of tin* Peace, parish of Orleans, No. 4456.
---------------- Mon tarn at.
Third Justice ot the Peace in and for the parish of
Orleans, in the above numbered suit. I will proceed,
on SATURDAY. September 17, 1870. at twelve o'clock
M. t on Bii-uOlle street, between Royal and Bourbon
streets, to sell the. following property, to wit—
17 boxes WREATHS.
15 small boxes TRIMMINGS.
18 large boxes TRIMMINGS.
7 cards of TRIMMINGS.
1 broken drum w ith old PAPER COLLARS.
2 WASHING MACHINES.
1 STEP LADDER.
1 box FISH HOOKS.
1 lot NEEDLES.
13 COPYING BOOKS.
C Old LAMPS.
1 lot of Old HATS.
8 packages NEEDLES.
1 PICTURE. .
3 CHAIRS.
8 large packages FISH HOOKS,
packages Bugle TRIMMING
T. RECKfl'T Bi >okn.
4 LAW BOOKS.
Terms—Cash.
B. AGKRKT,
4*6 12 17 Constable Third Justice of the Pea##.
John Clerk v*. Air. and Mr*. Wiliinm
Joyce—First Justice Court for the i>*kn>*h of
Orleans.
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS TO
ine directed by the honorable George W. tiad
, First Justice of the Peace in and fm the parish
of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at public auction,
on TUESDAY, September 13,1870, at 12 o'clock M. t
at my warehouse No. J39 Julia street—
ONE LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, as rvr
inventory ou file at my office.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—(-ash on tho spot.
A. A. PLATTSMIKR,
se3 8 13 Constable.
A. Abba, Administrator, ^uorjsNsion of J«
Duran, vs. Widow Dupre.—Fourth Justice Court,
parfch of Orleans, No. 9090.
IUT OP ETERI FACIAS TO
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRU
me directed bv tho Honorable J. G. Baun
Judge of the Fourth Justice Court, in and for the
parish of Orleans. I will proceed to sell at public
auction, on FRIDAY', September 9, at twelve o'clock
M.. in front oiTnv office, No. 5 Frenchmen street—
A SMALL LOT OE 1 GROCERIES, Counter, Shells,
one large Stove, etc.
Seized in the abovtsl stated suit.
Terms—Cush on tbe spot in United States cur
rency. BUG. MKILLKUR,
auJO 84*2 9 Constable.
AUCTION SALES.
By Nash & Hodgson.
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SUCCESSION OK MRS. M. A. MKAfiE.
Sivoud Iiidirifl Court for tho parish i
No. 33,691.
WELL BUILT ONE-STORY SLATE ROOF
GROCERY STORE AND RESIDENCE, CORNER
UOYDRAS AND CLARA STREETS.
jgY NASH & IIODC5SON—W. I. HODG
son. Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Gravier street
Ou SATURDAY.October 1, 1870, at twelve o'clock >1.,
at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, in the basement
rotunda of the tit. Charles Hotel, by virtue aud iu
pursuance of an order of the Honorable Louis Du
vigneaiul. Judge of the Second District Court tor
the parish of Orleans, dated August 27, 1870, court
docket No. 33,691, lor account of tho succession of
Mrs. M. A. Meade, deceased, to the highest bidder,
at public auction, will be sold—!
ONE VA'--------- ■ ~
ALUABLE LOT OK GROUND, together
with tho buildings and improvements thereon.sitn
ated iu the First District of thiscitj, in the square
hounded by Foydras, Clara. Lafayette aud Magno
lia streets,'measuring 30 feet 7 "iuehes and 7 lines
front ou Poyilras street, by a depth and front on
Clara street of 100 feet, forming the corner of Koy
dras aud Clara streets, all more or leaa between
parallel lines, American measure, acqttdin' to a
plan made by Louis H. Pilie, Surveyor, Sated Sep
tember —, 1870.
Tlie improvements consist of a one story elate
i stoi
roof store and residence containing a large store 27
by 80 feet, about, with two rooms in the rear.
There are also in the rear TWO DOUBLE TENE
MENT ONE STORY FRAME SLATE ROOF HOUSES
with two rooms ou each side, rented at $10 ana
$11 a month. The yard is paved, and there is a
large cistern in the yard, hydrant, etc.
Ter ~ ........
'emu—Cash on tlie snot in United States Treas
ury notes,
Act of sale together with th, stamps
and the taxes for the current year before John J.
Coffey, notary, at the expense of the purshaser.
auJfl selO lfitocl
AUCTION SALES.
By Sheriff Maxwell.
KKRKMPTORT SALS
BY TUB MISBLKF OF TUB PARISH OP ORLF.AH8,
OF A
LARGE STOCK AND COMPLBTB ASSORTMENT
OF CHOICE AND NEW
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
William McCracken vs. Felix IIe<*ret al.; C. Gayane
vs. Felix I leer; J. K. Goo ledge k Co. vs. Felix
He<*r «»t al.; John L. Paine vs. same; tihearer k
Jones vs. same; U. Henshaw k Sons vs. same;
Joshua Jones k Ca vs. same; Sampson Bros. vs.
aarnof William Nichols vs. same*; F. M.
Holmes k Co. vs. same; M. k H.
tiehrenkeisen vs. same; J. M Hoebenedel vs.
same; Porting ton Bros. vs. same—Seventh I)ks
zxiet Court for the parish of Orleans, Nos. 2975,
2969, 2962, 2963, 2984, 3915. 3974, 3196, 3197, 3246,
3247, 3272, 3276. •
B Y VIRTUE OF THIRTEEN WRITS OF FIERI
facias against Felix Heer, to me directed by the
Honorable the Seventh District Court for the parish
of Orleans, in tlie above entitled causes. I will pro
eeed to m* 11 at public auction, on MONDAY. Heptem
ls*r 12, 1870, at ten o'clock A. M.. at iny warehouse,
No. 74 St. Anil street, between Royal and liourbon
streets, in the Second District of this city—
A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND
MOVABLE PROPERTY, as per inventory, which
may be seen in my office.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
THO!
au31sc61I Sheriff of the Parish
BUCCKfitilON OF MARTIN DEE. DKU'KAHED.
ti**cond District Court fm the Pariadi of Oilpans,
No. 33.339. '
B y virtue of and in OBEDIENCE to an
order of sale, rendered August 30, 1870, and to
directed by the Honorable the Seeoud I)iall
Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above enti
tled matter. I will proceed to sell at public auction,
at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal
street, between Canal an<l Customhouse streets, iu
tlie Second District of this city, on MONDAY, <)• tes
ter 3. 1870, at twelve o'clock M., for account of said
succession, the following described property, te
wit:
1. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OP GROUND, situate.
King and being in the First District of this eity.dn
the square hounded by Broad, Gravier, Pefd do
and White streets, designated bv the numbers one
and two 011 a sketch annexeu to an act passed
before A. K. Bienveun, notary public in this city,
ou tin* first ot une, 1867, according to which the
said lute adjoin each other, and measure a* follows,
to wjt:
Lot number one forms the corner of Broad and
Gravier streets, and measures thirty feet fronton
Broad street, ninety-four feet three inches and six
line* in depth and front on Gravier street, and
ninety-four feet four inches and four lines in depth
ou the liue adjoining lot number two. And lot
number two has thirty feet front on Bfoad street.
ninety-four feet four inches andffour lines in depth
it number one. and ninety-four feet
ou the lii
five inches and two lines on the opposite side line.
Together with all the buildings and improve
ments thereon.
Said two lots of ground nre subdivisions of a
larger portion of ground, acquired by the deceased
by purchase from--. per act passed before
saia notary, Bienvenu, ou the eighteenth June,
lobG.
2. SIX CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated
in the First District ol this city, in the square
bounded by Common. White, llaudin and Broad
streets, designated bv the numbers two. three, four,
five, six and seven, according to the plan ot section
number two. deposited in the office of the Receiver
of the Sew Orleans Draining Company.
Lot number two measures thirty feet six inches
and two lines front on Common street, thirty feet
fr ont on Baudin street, one hundred and .seven feet
two inches on the line dividing it from lot number
one, and one hundred and one feet six inches lour
lines ou tlie opposite side line.
Lots numbers three, lour, live and six measure
each thirty feet six inches and four lines front oil
Common street, and thirty feet front on Baudin
street. Lot number three measures one hundred
undone feet six inches and four lines on the line
dividing it from lot number two, and ninety-six
feet three inches on the opposite side line. ' Lot
number four neasures nineiy-six feet three inches
en the line dividing it from" lot number three, and
ninety feet nine inches and four lines on th oppo
site side line.
Lot numlter five measures ninety feet nine inches
aud four lines on the line dividing it from lot num
ber four, and eighty-five feet four inches on the oj»
poHite side line. Lot number six measures eight v
tive feet four inches on the line dividing it from lot
number five, seventy-nine feet ten inches four lines
on the opposite side line; and lot number seven
measures tbivty-two feet eight inches and three
lines front on Common street, and fift \ -nine feet
six inches and three lines front ou Baudin street,
by a depth of seventy-nine feet ten inches and four
1 mes ou the side line dividing it from lot number
six. and seventy-eight feet seven inches and one
line on the opposite side line, together with all the
buildings amt improvements thereon, being the
same property acquired by the deceased bv pur
chase trom B. iSaloy, per act passed before William
J. Castell, notary public in this city, under date of
the twentv-nintn of September, 1866.
3. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated
in the same district and square as the lots herein
before secondly described, designated by tbe num
bers five and six. on a plan of Surgi Ai. Persac, arch*,
teets, dated eleventh March. 1862. deposited in the
ary public in this city,
ine. Lot number five
jesandtwo lines front
feet front ou Baudin
lit inches on the division
„ *t three
inches and four lines on the division line of lot
number six. And lot number six measures seventy
one feet front on Common street, thirty-one feet
six inches and four lines front ou Broad street.
se\ euty feet front on Baudin street, aud forty-four
feet three inches and four lines oil the division line
of lot number five; together with all the buildings
aud improvements thereon.
Being the same property aeouired by the de
ceased by purchase from S. Bell, per act passed
before \\ . J. Castell, notary public in this city, uu
derdate of the seventh Mav. 1866.
4. AND A CERTAIN LO l' OF GROUND, situate in
tin* said First District of this city, m the square
bounded by Common. Banks, Broad and Uorgeuoia
streets, designated by the number eight, on a plan
drawn by II. Moe.hausen, surveyor, ou the six
teenth February, 1845. and deposited in the office of
B. Philips, late a notary public in this city, a copy
of w hich plan is deposited iu the office of M. Gernon,
notary public in this city.
Said lot measures, iu American measure, thirty
feet front on Banks street, one hundred feet on tbe
line of lot number nine, and one hundred feet front
on Broad street.between parallel lines, and lorui
iug the corner of Banks and Broad streets.
Together with tlie buildings and improvements
office of A.
K. Bi»*ir
Cfllll, 11
as plan 1
lumber
thirty
measures t
lixty for
t ton ii
ou ComiiK
*u htrc«
■t. sixi
street, fori
y five u
*ct eigl,
line of lot 1
lumber
four, ii
then-ou.
Bi-ins the sami' property aniuirrd hr tho di-
ce.-VM il from Wilhi'in Uinrln-r. prraot passril In-fore
.los.'j.h Colin, notary public in thin citv , on the thir
tieth of August, 1889.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
THOM AS L. MAXWELL,
si*2 16 oc2 Sherilf
By Charles E. Fortier.
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SUCCESSION OK ANTKNOR CHKVAL.
r >Y CHARLES K. FORTIEK, AUC
> tioiuH r—Othie No. 51 Exchange Aliev.—SAT
CKDAY, September24. 1870, at twelve o'clock M., at
the St. Charles Am
■tion Exchange, rotunda tit.
Hotel, on tit. Charles street, between Com
mon and Gravier streets, will be sold at public auc
tion. bv virtue of an order from the Honorable Louis
lMixigneaud. Judge of the tiecoud District Court for
the parish of Orleans, dated ninteenth of August,
187ft, the following property, viz—
A LOT OF GROUND, situated iu the Third Ifis
trictofthis city, jn the squaie comprised within
Prieur, Lallarpe, Lapeyrouse and Homan str<*cts,
designated by tin* No. 18 , and measuring 30 feet
front on Prieur street, at a distance of 30 feet from
the corner of Lapeyrouse street, bv a depth of 118
feet, between parallel lines.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
Aet of sale liefore Octave he Armas, notary public,
at the expense of the purchaser, including United
States stamps. au23 31 8«-6 17 24
SUCCESSION OF WIDOW VICTORIN LANGE AXD
11 EN RIETTE LA NG E.
B Y C flAKI.ES K. FORTIER, AUCTION
eer—Office No. 51 Exchange alley.—SATURDAY
September 24. 1870. at twelve, o'clock M.. at the tit.'
Charles Auction Exchange, rotunda tit. Charles
Hotel, on St. Charles street, bet wee u Common and
Gravier streets, will be sold, at public, auction
by virtue of an ordei from the Honorable Louis
Duvignoaud, Judge of the tiecoud District Court for
the parish of Orleans, dated August 20 1871) the
following property, viz—
A CKKTAIN LOT OK GROUND, hituati'd i„ the
Third District of this city, iu tlie square lxmnded bv
Bagatelle (or Bourbon), Morales. Urouhart aud St
Anthony streets, measuring 30.feet front (French
measure) on Bagatelle (or Bourbon) btreet, by a
depth, between parallel lines, of 120 ieet.
Iernis Lash in Uniteil States treasury notes.
Act of sale be fere Octave de Annas, "notary pnb
lic. at the expense of the purchaser, me hiding
United titatee stamps. au23 31 s^-8 17 24
By J. Dejan, Jr.
HORSES AND MULES.
Great Sale of Elegant Saddle and Harness Horses
Work Mules, Buggies and Harness at Auction.
B Y J. DK.I AN, JK„ AUCTIONEER—Will he
sold ou THURSDAY. September 8. 1870 at hall.
. September 8, 1870. at hall
past ten oolock, at P. Liner's stables, Gravier
street—
Fiue Saddle and Harness HORSES, in pairs and
ingle: fine plantation aud city MULES, etc.
Also elegant top and open BUGGIKti, HARNESS
SADDLES, etc.
Terms—Cash in United State* treasury notes.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
Office Furniture at Auction.
AUCTIONEER—OFPICB
mUm Mtnfv 183 Gravier street.-Will
JEiWk ? u Rl1 t A I' B «l , * e,nb er 9. at eievea
o dock A. M., at hi* new Auction Mart. No. 183
Gravier street, corner Carondelet—
Pi222 8 MB^Fn™ i ^? ITD f B ° f eTer Y deacription.
Piano » : Gffl o « Fur niture; aUo, new gooda per arrival
United States treasury notes.
ofsteamer every week.
Tanas—Cseb In
IU
AUCTION SALES .
By D. E. Morphy.
tUCCRKSION OK RAMON MARTINET.
B y d. b. mokpiiy.
________________-A. H. MORPHY A0«
ti*ne«r.—Will bo .old ou MONDAY, September
1870, at teu o'clock A. M., I in tbe
.tore, Dwelling and _ Bar-Room, sitnated ea
tin- corner of Linxl and Comp .tri-ete, First Die tri*t.
' ' " I)n * * *
a. per order of the lion. L. I)uvi"ueaud, 'Jadce of
the K.'coud District Court of New Orleane, dated
September 6,1870— _
ALL THE MOVABLE EFFECTS; ateo, Fu
tures contained in Bar Room, Grocery and
Dwelling, belonging to the above-named sttteeamoto.
Terma-Cash. •*" 13 18
By B.. M. & B. 3. Montgomery.
J^\M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY,
ADCTIONKKR.H, COMMISSION MHRCHANW AN*
D BALERS IN
FURNITURE,
Office FT Camp street, offers to the oonatry aril
city trade the following largo and well selected
stock of furniture at manufactory price*
25,000 assortt^l cane and w ood seat CHAIRS and
ROCKERS.
5000 Cottage BEDSTEADS.
1500 Marble top und plain WASILSTAND8.
feOO rotecwisid. walnut and mahogany BUB
600 Victoria BEDSTEADS in rosewood, i
and walnut.
4(>0 WARDROBES of every description.
350 Walnut and oak marble top SIDEBOARDS acd
EX'rKNSIOIf TABLES.
IffO rosewood, mahogany and walnut PARLOR
SETS in Reps' hair cloth mid Terry.
A large assortment of French and German LOOK
ING GLASSES, and furniture of every description.
se4
VALUABLE IMPROVED SECOND DISTRICT PROP
ERTY' AT AUCTION.
SUCCESSION OF AARON HARRIS—No. 33 lk3.
B Y K. M. A: B. J. MONTGOMERY, AUC
tioncers.—Will be sold on SATURDAY', October I,
lo70, at twelve o'clock 31.,at thoSt. Charles Auction
Exchange, basement St. Charles Hotel, by virtue and
in pursuance of an order of the Hon. Louis Dtivig
neaud, Judge of the Second District Court for tbe
parish of Orleans, dated July 28,18TU, No. 33,113, of tu*
docket of said court—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with th©
buildings and improvements thereon, consisting»of
a three-story brick residence known as the No. 36
Bourbon street, situated iu the Second District of
tins oity, in the square bounded by Bourbon, Cus
tomhouse, Bienville and Dauphino streeft, meas
uring 27 feet 6 inches English measure, front on
Bourbon street, by 120 feet in depth, French meas
ure.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
Plans exhibited at place of sale.
Act of sale, including tlie internal revenue
stamps, at the expense of the purchaser, bettor©
P. Charles Cuvillier, notary public.
au25 26 m*4 11 18 25 30 ocl
PURNITURE—FURNITURE.
B Y K. M. & B. J. MOaNTGOMERY, Auc
tioneers.—Will bo sold on MONlmY', TUESDAY.
x # uuuitib .— »»iii ur nwiu wn an/n i/n i ,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATUR
DAY, of every week, at the Old Auction Mart, No. 97
Camp street, at eleven o'clock—
A general assortment of new and second hand
FURNITURE, such as Rosewood, Mahogany and
Walnut Bedsteads, Anuoirs, Bureaus, Wash stands,
Parlor Furniture. Marble Top Ceuter Tables, Gar
]Hts, French Plato Mirrors, Mattresses, Cooking
Stoves, etc.
ALSO,
A large invoice of Cottage Beds, Cane and Wood
s»*at Chairs, etc.
Terms—Cash. ja28
By y»lacide J. Spear.
M08T VALUABLE TRACT OP LAND IN TOK
PARISH OK JKFFKRSOX,
CITY OP CARROLLTON.
OPPOSITE THE
SUCCESSION OK WIDOW MORIERK FA2BNDB
Parish Court ia anil tor the Parish of Jefferson—
Court Docket No. 118.
I >Y PI.AC'JDE J. SPEAK, AUCTIONKRR—
> Office 46 Exchau^e alley.—SATURDAY. Ot^o
ber 8, liro. r.t twelve o'clock M.. at the tit, Charles
Auction Exchange, rotunda of the tit. Charles Ho
tel, on tit. Charles street, between Common aud
Gravier streets, will be sold, by virtue of an order
from the Honorable W. ti. Scott, Parish Judge to
and for tin* parish of Jefferson, dated June M, 187P,
fm account of the above succession, tbe following
described property, to pay the debts and UabiliWe
of said succession, viz—
A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND, with all the build
ings and improvements tliereon, and right to the
batture in front thereof (if any there is), situated
in tho parish of Jefferson, on the right bank of the
Mississippi river, opposite the city of Carrollton 1 ?
measuring 3 arpents and 3 feet front on said river*
by 80 arpeute in depth. Said land is bounded above
by tho property of Lo Breton, Dorgfenois, Des
chapcllee, and u*low by the property of Mr. <^ui
nette.
Terms and
balance on a
•euditions—One-half cash, and* th<v
redit of one year, in notes divided
iuto parcels or coupons, and secured by spe<wal
mortgage on the property sold, until fiual payment,
which notes will bear interest at the rate of eight
per cent per annum from the date of sale until final
payment, without authorizing the purchaser or pui
nhasers to retard such payment beyond tlie period
ot maturity aforesaid.
Act of sale before F. J. Lazier, notary public, at the
exp.-use of the purchaser, including United titatoe
au30 se3 10 17 24 ocl 8
By S. Guinault.
Sl'CCRSNION OK LOUIS G. COLLET—NO. 33.9S7.
B Y S. OIJINAULT—AUCTIONEER—OFFICE
C( *'* * ■*
ornerof Kxchauge alley and Bienville street
SATURDAY, September 17, 1870, will be sold at
twelve o'clock M., at the tit. diaries Auction Ex
change, tit. Charles street, between Common and
Gravier streets, by virfrie of an order from the
Honorable the Second District 'Court for the pantih
of Orleans, dated August 13, 1870—
A LOT OF GROUND, sitnated in the Second Dis
trict of this c ity, in the .square borfiided by Roman,
Piieur, Bienville aud I'ustomliouse streets, me^neur
r:g 25 feet front on Roman street, bv 148 feet &
etlicr with a two-story framo
rooms and gallery, stable, privy,
hi s ih
house of tw
waterworks.
See plan at the St. Charles Auction Exchange.
Terms—One half rash. ;ln d the balance on ai redit
of one year from the date of the mljudiiation, and
bearing eight per cent interest per unnniu
said date until paid, and secured by special privil
ege and mortgage on the property sold. The bnild
'•ngs and improvements Wing insured for eleven
hundred and forty dollars ($1140). The purchaser
will he required to keep the same insured tip to tho
Anal payment of tho note, and the policy trans
ferred to the executor or holder of the note, aud in
dcinult of so doing the insurance to bo effected at
the expense of the purchaser, and the reimburse
ment of the premiums so advanced to be secured by
special mortgage on the property sold, and in the
event ot judicial proceedings for the recovery of the
abore note, the purchaser to pay live per cent at
torney's (Wm the taxes for the year 1870 being ut
tlie cost of the purchuser.
Aet ol sale, with tho United Elates stomps
attached thereunto, to be- passed before Octave do
Armas, notary public, at tho expense of tlie pnr
aul6 24 31 se8 17
SUCCESSION OF GEORGE FREDERICK MKRCRR—
No. 33,503.
B Y S. ftriNAULT, AUCTIONEER—OFFICE
corner Exchange alley and Bieuville street—
SATURDAY, September 17, 1870, will be sold, at t?
o'clock M., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange,
St. Charles street, between Common and Gravier
stris-ts, by virtue of an order from tlie Honorable
the Second District Court for tlie parish of Orl eans
dated August 10, 1870—
J. A LOT OF GROUND situated in the Third Dis
trict of this i^.v. iu the square bounded by Spain,
Mandeville, claps anil Love streets, designated bv
numbers two :utd three in said square, measuring
twenty-nine feet, eight inches, two Lines front on
Spain street, by a first depth toward Craps street of
til'tv-eight leet, ten inches, five lines, thence n*r
rowiug at light angles six feet, four inches on a
»c*foinl depth of pinety-tive feet, tea inchee; oxk>
hun.Iivd and htty-four feet, eight Inches, five lines
in depth on the opposite line, and twenty-three
leet, seven inches, six liue* in width on th© rear
lino, together with a frame House, No. 116, havinr
throe rooms and gallery ou the side, double kiteken,
with gallery, cistern, privy, etc.
2. ANOiHkR LOT OF GROUND acHoining tho
"eeednur. nieasurimr ......
preceding, measuring twenty-five feet, one inck
six lines tront on Spain street, by a first depth
toward Love street, of fihy'eight7eet tea inSoa
„ e thonce widening^at right angles, sir feet
four inches on a second depth of ninety-five feet ten
incneB, one hundred and fifty-four feet eight inchee
five lines in depth on the opposite line, aud thjrty
one toot two inches two lines in width on tlie rear
line: together with a frame house, No. 114, retired
from the street, divided into two teuementB; said
house havin" lour rooms aud front gallery, double
kitchen, gallery and two cabinets, two cisterns,
privy, etc.
Terms—One-half rash, and the balance at ono
vear's credit for notes secured by mortgage, and
hearing eight per cent interest per annum front
date*. The buildings to be kept insured, and poti
cies of insurance transferreil to the bearer of tbe
notes, und in case of judicial proceeding, for tbe
recovery of the notes, the lawyers' fees fixed at five
percent, to be paid by tbo purchasers. Acte of
sale before Abel Dreyfous, notary public, at tlie ex
pense of tbo purihuseis, incinding tho United
Mates stamps as well as tbe taxes for the year
1870 due iu 1871. aul7 24 31 seft IT
Succession of Lawrence. Schaeffer— No.
3-1,019.
gKCOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THK PARISH
the estate of the late Lawrence Schaeffer, deceased,
intestate: Notice is hsreby given to all whose it
may concern, to i'
. jo show cause within tea days why
tbo prayer of the aoid petitioner should not tie
W
granted.
By order of the coart.
soli*
M. O. TRACT, dork.

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