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ikfl 1*.—Passed .down:
ttwWdtoloek last night, Lady
' ftatilnp: H.tLxaqgerat
to—at 7 A. M. The river is
helper day. Weather warm
April 19.—River twelve feet
amd foiling. Arrived: Glas
Irkamaa river. Departed:
for Memphis; Liberty No. 4,
April 19.—The Monongahela
«e inches in the channel,
A thunder storm prevails
A 19.—Arrived: City of
, April 19, Evening.—Cotton
Us 2990 bales; middling up
Flour: Southern dull and
>9750; e—nmon to fair extra
to choke $7 5599. Whisky
191c. Wheat steady; winter
ar Western 63® 65c. Corn
Fa far mixed Western. Pork
Beef dnll: plain me—$10®
wci aui uuuii uww »
kettle il9lltoe. Naval
quiet. Tallow steady.
aril 19.—Cotton quiet and
Hfc £&?90to ® Ven * n ®'
pool. April 19, Evening.—Cotton,
Ot; middling uplands 7%*7%d;
7to97%d; sales 10,000 bales, in
Co nsols
itt-aix immigrants passed through
•ra hat Monday, direct from New
B, a® their way to Mallet (about
'■diesfrom here), where a colony ia
atabHahed under the auspices of Mr.
Vtohaeher, a gentleman who has
•eeeaafhlly engaged in business in
Maw Car more than twenty years.
■ are already at Mallet about forty
aMts, all Karopeaa. and some fifteen
fllsAw has purchased 800 acres of
8®d already oeastracted thereon some
■NT Wildings, including a saw-mill
IM® sawing lumber for the bmld
Mb. fior the eolony; and a crop is al
' planted, which is n favorable evi
i ef Mr. nhaeber's enterprise and in
f. Cel—el Bridgman is assisting in
Mutation of this eolony, and we have
8 to helievC the enterprise will be
led with su ccess,
are iufe rme d that these hardy immi
• ara f*- recently arrived from
m, nrimcipnUy from Alsace and Lor
. maj they prosper, and be an ex
i to ethers who may come among us
n an hnndreda of thousands of acres
id in this parish that can be purchased
% and would yield rich harvests under
daetria— Inker of the European unmi
Mew York Herald has a lengthy edi
to to e e rning the religious outbreak
Ik the Jews at Odessa during Easter
The details were furnished the pub
tdvanee by the American Press Asso
I. The Herald deplores the fanati
I fif ths Gentiles in southern Russia, and
E "Far some time past the sorrows of
g|Mn® of Israel in the Russian Em
> aad the Danubian provinces have been
Mgfag in onr newt columns. So much
■deed, has this been the case that Gen
Grant, yielding to the pressure of pub
tpinion in this country, not l >ng since
■Mtratod with the government of the
r, and received assurances which au
la well for the future of the Jews in tbe
rise of Russia. Believing, as we do, that
history of Judaism is the history of
|Mn®ity, for the founders of the Chris
feith were one and all of them sons of
BlMM, knowing as we do that thousands
a timanaads of onr readers regret the
Fotokorat of medbeval sentiment,we feel
1 - ton pur duty, as representatives of the
litoUtiM se n t im ents of the American
pis, to n sao n noe tbe Odessa riot, and say
i mdifkteaed Christianity of all shades
tinisas. from Borne to Plymouth church,
neo Hs hands clean of this new religious
itieimn. If |faere is any one thing which
Mis ns to tMnk nail speak kindly of
Jews, it is that they have suffered as no
|ls> tape over sufcred. For well nigh
itkonssadyears they have been without
mntry. Grangers and sojourners in all
h, among all people, in every centre of
Bratton, Jews are numerous, active and
Hffitial. In France, when their dis
Rtiee have been removed since the days
|w First Napoleon, they have been
B. In Germany, the ablest professors
Ironitiss, some of the ablest states
m 4 WM of the richest bankers are
Great Britain, long so rigidly exolu
tm Jmr is leader of her Mqjesty s
titan, aad another Jew is a prominent
Iffenwtial member of .the cabinet. Our
arena palaces aad numerous and
tfleent. synagogues speak with suffi
§Ma®ess af tbe Jews in New York.
Lfowisu— Cincinnati, St Louis and
'ranristT but repeat tbe tale. Under
ee institutieas a son of Abraham, come
what quarter he but, feels as if he
rand at last the land of promise. It
knob be fee from the truth to say that
MWS own tha world. We regret it
dbe necessary to repeat tha story of
■roraantioa in religion's sake. We
•rafre with our Jewish fetiew-eitixena,
oa® bat feel pained by the Odessa
MONETABY. 1
omci OF THS DAILY BBPUBUCAN, > I
Wmmhi I s —u rn. April IS. IS-<1. J
We have still to report an extremely easy
money market with n<^ variation in street
rates from these mentioned in our last re
port. We quote 8910 per cent per annum
for short aad 10911 for long Al notes with
and without collaterals, and 11915 for
good and second grade do. Mortgage par
per rules at 9 910 per cent per annum for
Al, aad 11912 for second, grade.
were not as great *® yesterday. At the
opening there were operations here at HI®
ill to, but on the receipt of the first dis
patch from New York, qnoting 111 to, it ad
vanced to Ulto®lllto, but subsequently
S ve way and finally closed at HIto®lllto
gainst lllto). The sales included f 1000
and 92000 at 111; $1000, $1500, $2000, $2000
and $5000 at lllto; $30,000 at lllto®lllto;
$4000 at lllto, and $2000, $2000. $4000 and
$7000 at lllto.
In silver $1000 in American half-dollars
changed hands at.107, $1000 at 107to, and
$3000 at 108. * We quote these at 107® 108,
and' Mexican dollars at 2to®3 F cent pre
mium in gold, an advance. Some $44,000 of
specie has |been received from Biazos
Santiago within the past three or four days,
a large part (if not all) of which consisted
•f Mexican dollars. A portion of these re
ceipts wm offered to-day, but we did not
learn of any sales.
Foreign exchange was again quite active,
and under the advance in gold, the closing
rates showed a net improvement of to® to
P cent. The sales of sterling embraced
£90,000, Including £7000 bill of lading, at
121to ® 121to; £5% bill of ladiugand £6000
clear at 121%; £8000 bill of-lading at 12lto ®
121%; £3000, £3000 AI clear and £5000
(equal to Al clear) at 121%; £10,000 Al bill
of ladiugand clear at 121%® 122%; £2000
Al bill of lading, and £2300 and £4000 Al
dear at 122; £15,000 first class at 122 ® 122to;
£4009 private bankers' and £5000 Al clear
at <22%; £2000 first class at 122to; £1600
American ships' bill and £1500 private
bankers' at 122%; £3000 bill of lading at
109% gold, and £4000 bank at 110.
There were sales of 50,000 and 80,000 Al
commercial francs on France at 4.76 to.
Sterling may now be quoted at 121to®
122 for good to Al bill of lading and clear,
and —® 122 for bank. a
Domestic exchange was hardly so strong,
though rates suffered no quotable variation.
The banks drew on New York for remit
tance at to per cent premium, and the
transactions included $10,030, $10,000,
$20,000 and $25,000 commercial sight on
New York at to per cent' premium, and
$20,000, $20,000, $50,000 and $100,000 pri
vate bankers' at 5-16, and $50,000 bank at
the same. Some of the banks drew gold
checks on New Bork at to P cent premium.
The stock market was again very quiet.
Notwithstanding the ease in money, there
seems to bt do disposition to speculate.
Operators appear to leel little confidence in
the market, and the few transactions made
are suppressed. Ten shares Factors and
Traders' Insurance Company were reported
at —; 25 do at $93 40 State National Bank
at $102 50; 6 Mississippi and Mexican Gull ■
Ship Canal at $310, and 20 do at $320. We
beard also of 100 Louisiana Levee Company
at $12, $12 50, and $13 was subsequently
bid.
In bonds $2000 old city seven per cents
sold at 70to, and $1000 Jackson Railroad
first mortgage at 90.
Five hundred'and two thousand dollars
large new State warrants were reported at
54. Dealers reported buying for these at
51® 53, and for new Metropolitan Police qt
96to®—, and selling at —®56 for the
former, and 97 to for the latter. Small
State command 11 ® 13 per cent higher than
the above figures.
City treasury notes continue nominal.
Wednesday Evmirara, April 19, 1871.
Cotton—T he sales to-day embraced 6200
bales at atiffer prices for middling, but with
out any sensible change in other grades.
We modify our quotations accordingly,
and also give the Exchange figures, which
are. for even running ot its types, while
onrs are for average fists, with the outside
rates for strict:
Average Exchange
lists. figures.
. 7 ® 7b —
. 8 ® 9 —
. 9*4®l<Gi 10
.12«i®12<i 12b
.13b®13b 13b
,i4b®i4b i4b
.15 a— _
.i5h®i5b isb
We heard of no middling tinder 14%c, and
a style for which these figures were accepted
yesterday brought 14toc. Some average
lists, however, might have been had at
14 toe, which' we accordingly retain as our
inside quotation for that grade. Very little
S ood ordinary could be had under 12toc. and
_ esirable lists wqre firm at 12toc; strict rul
ing at 12%c. The decline of 1-16<1 at Liver
Low ordinaiy..
Ordinary.......
Good ordinary..
Low middling..
Middling........
Strict middling.
ally unchanged."
COTTON STATEMENT.
8tock on hand September I, 1870—bales
Ag-ived since last statement...... 4,1
Arrived previotulv................1,316,1
Cleared to-day.....
Cleared previously.
n.245
1,1*2,575
669-1.134,489
Stock on hand and on shipboard............ 206,443
To-day's exports embrace 8447 bales to
■unit.
ing 4063 bales, against 3307 on last Wednes
day and 992 last year, making an aggregate
since Friday evening of 17,465 bales, against
17,803 for the corresponding time last week,
auil 10,818 last year, and since Augitot 31, of
1,250,946 bales, against 990,018 last year.
Sugar —Received to-day 103 hh'ds. The
supplies are light aud the'demand is good
for open kettle sugar, and prices are ruling
with an upward tendenev. About 200 hhds
were sold to-day at 5% @6%c for infe
rior; 7®7tocfor common; 8®8toc for fair;
8%®9c for good fair; 9%®9too for fully
fair; 10®10%c for prime; 10to®10%c for
choice; 11% ® 12%c for yellow clarified, and
12% ® 13c for white.
Molasses*— Received to-day 60 bbls.
The supplies are li^ht and the demand is
fair. Inferior fermenting commands 15® 25c;
good fermenting 30® 40; centrifugal 27 to
®4Qc, as in quality; cistern bottom 40® 50c;
plantation reboilM a5®46c; city refinery,
re boiled is quoted at 30® 60c; golden syrup
jBuIra*r Kaoo*—IV duIl, aad to qneted
**Co w* Iftfoi-^Tbo market to doll and
drooping; 500 sacks sold M $1 40 ¥ bushel.
Whim t— to in better demand and the
market to firmer. Indiana to npw held at
85386 c, and Cincinnati 90® 95c V gallon.
In the past few days 300 bbto rectified sold
in lots ea private'term, and 30 bbto sold
todsj at 91 toe 4P gallon.
Fvtohts —Foreign freights are weak and
henry under a moderate demand for room
and a strong desire to fill up the vessels in
port. The coastwise shipments are small,
and rates in that direction are irregular and
nominal. We quote: Cotton to Liverpool,
sail, to; to Havre and Bordeaux, sail, lc;
to Bremen and Amsterdam, sail, 9-16d; oil
cake to Liverpool, 32s 6d; cotton to New
York, steam, to®toe; to Philadelphia,
steam, to®toe. No engagements for to
bacco are making for foreign ports, but
room could be haa for 40s, and possibly for
less.
Salt —Demand limited; prices unchanged.
Dealers sell Liverpool coarse at $1 10® 1 15,
and fine at $1 1591.20 P sack. When
large lots are taken at warehouse by boats,
a deduction is made for drayage. Table
salt in packets, 2bc, 3toc mid 7 toe.
Coffee—T he market is inactive. Stock
in first hands 15,000 bags. We quote round
lots (gold duty paid): Prim# I5®15toc,
good 14to®14toc, fair 14®14toc P ft.
Butter —The market is unchanged.
Choice grades sell pretty freely, but other
kinds are very dull. We quote choice
Goshen at 42®43c; common 25®30c; good
to choice Western 23®25c; interior 12to®
20c rib. -
Cheese—I s scarce and in demand at 15®
16c P lb for Western factory, 14c for, re
serve, and 17® 18c for English dairy.
River Intelligence,
trip of passengers, and a large amount of
railroad material. The Church was delayed
long beyond the expected time of departure
by the difficulty experienced in getting the
iron on boat'd. She left, however, last eve
ning with a full complement of freight. The
Southwestern, for Red river, had a pretty
fair cargo. The regular line packets, for
Red river, generally receive fair trips, ex
cept when the independent packets are at
the landing in opposition. The regular Red
River Paeket Company sends ont a steamer
nearly every day, now. The Mohawk and
barges departed for St. Louis with a full
load. The Bannock City had a fair cargo
out.
Rates from here remain firm as yet. No
telling, as far as rates are concerned, what
will he developed in the next few days.
The light trips that are now being carried,
both to and from, by our Vicksburg and
Louisville packets are not very promising ot
those steamers remaining much longer this
season in the trade. The Belle' L*e has al
ready led off for summer recreation, and the
balance will, no doubt, soon follow.
The river here is rising again, and is now
said to be fully as high, if not higher than
during the rise of 1862. The unfortunate
misplacement of the water-gauge board at
the foot of Canal street, renders it very dif
ficult to determine the exact comparison of
this year and that of 1862 flood. There is
more than a sufficiency of water in the Ark
ansas, Red and Ouachita rivers, as also in
their navigable tributaries. Reports from
the upper Mississippi are to the effect that
the rivers are falling slowly.
Miscellaneous Items.— The Boardman
Iron Line steamer John T. Moore seems
destined to work wonders in the Red river
and New Orleans trade. Not only has she
been the innovator of iron hulls in the Red
river trade, bnt she has proven herself one
of the largest carrying and staunchest
steamers, for that peculiar trade, afloat. On
her last trip from this port she has made
the fastest time on record to Shreveport, as
the following dispatch from Captain W. T.
Boardman will explain:
[Telegram. |
Shreveport, April 18, 1871.
Messrs. John T. Moore k Co., New Orleans:
Arrived at 12 M. to-day. Two days and
seventeen hours out. Best time on record.
Ahead o£steamer Red Cloud. Leave here
to morrow, seventeenth instant, with over
1200 bales of cotton. Leave New Orleans
on regular weekly trip Saturday, twenty
second instant, positively.
W. T. BOARDMAN, . '
Captain steamer John T. Moore.
Later .—Since writing the above, the fol
lowing dispatch has been $anded us:
Shreveport, April 19.
Messrs. John T. Moore k Co.:
Leave here at one o'clock to-day, with
2000 hales ot cotton. Leave Saturday posi
tively. W. T. BOARDMAN,
and amount of patronage that our independ
ent Red river packets receive. Shippers
nor passengers never admired a monopoly.
The mammoth James Howard is the next
packet in the Merchants Southern line for
St. Louis.
The Richmond is advertised to leave this
port on the twenty-sixth of this month for
St. Louis.
The incomfRfrably elegant steamer Katie,
Captain J. M. White, master, will depart
to-day at 5 P. M., positively, for Vicks
burg, Greenville and the bends. Passen
gers desiring a speedy and most comforta
ble trip up river will find all the accommo
dations that they could desire on this new
and beautiful steamer. Mr. T. J. Howard,
chief clerk, will with pleasure give all
tivn, where she is aground ou the Louisville
falls.
The St. Louis Ditpateh, of the fiiteenth,
has the following: Captain Rush Pegram,
the commander of the magnificent steamer
James Howard, was agreeably surprised
this morning by receiving ar visit from the
Board of Underwriters, including tbe
vet y efficient secretary, on board his boat.
passed at the board for the purpose of fully
inspecting the qualities of this famous
steamer; and after a thorough examination
they reported her as standing higher on the
books of this underwriters than any steam
boat coming to the wharf. If that is not
satisfactory to the traveling community,
and also to Captain Pegram^we would like
te know what would be. The hospitable
«»ferer of the Howard, Mr. T---
Williams, pre
Ation for those
A telegram from Little Bock announces
a moat terrific hail storm at that port lately.
The s t ea m e r Little Rock was blown by the
wind nearly three miles from her landing*
place.
The Cincinnati Gazette of the sixteenth
says. that the new steamer Capital City
made a trial at Louisville Saturday morning,
her machinery working well. After re
turning to the wharf, tne local inspectors
tested the boilers, and the flues not being
able to stand the pressure of steam ana
water, one of them collapsed. The flues are
of English manufacture, and were imported,
direct from England by Captain Gould.
.They are ma te of one piece melted, instead
of sheets rivited, and are nine inches in
diameter. The Capital City has been lying
at the wharf several weeks waiting for the
flues, and by this accident she will be de
tained one or two weeks longer.
The regular Bayou Bartholomew packet
Ruth, Captain Pres Lindsey, master, Mr.
Weeks, clerk, will depart positively to-day
at 5 P. M. for all landings on the bayou and
way points. This neat and staunch steamer
has become very popular since her advent
Marine Intelligence,
Bark Emerald, Peterson, for Amsterdam
Bark Josephine Martin, Fickett, fur Valencia.
British bark Maggie Hammond, Cards, for Liver
pool *
Spanish bark Gerion, Oliver, for Barcelona
Spanish brig Vilasar, Vila, for Barcelona
Mehooder William Ehbett, Fiorit, for Apalachicola
Steamer M J Wicks, Barnes, for St Louis
arrived yesterday.
Steamship Havana, Pennington, from Havana via
Florida porta, to the New Orleans, Florida and
Havana Steamship Co—1st district 13
Steamship Josephine, Tripp, from Brashear City, to
C A Whitney fcco—Algiers
Bark Sea Eagle, Durfrro, 49 days trom Maasina, to
F Caxerea—2d district
Spanish bark Magdalen, La pern, 6 days from Hava
na, in ballast, to Puig Bros—3d district
Schooner J G Whipple, Goodspevd. 6 days from Util
la, to K Morgan Imjo— 2d district P T
Three loggers. From Lafourche, to masters—2d dis
trict 14
TOWBOATS.
Harry* Wright. Wright, from the Passes—Went
uowu light—Brought up barks Keu Eagle and
Magdalen, aud schooner J G Whipple
ARRIVALS AT THE MEW BASIN.
Schooner Louisa; from Wolf river.
Schooner Vienna, from Biloxi.
Schooner Lizzie Kellum, from Pearl river.
Sclioouer E Blessey; from Pascagoula.
Schooner Almira, front Handsboro.
Schooner Mabel, from Pensacola.
Schooner Try Again, from Pearl river.
Schooner Francois, trom Pascagoula.
Sclidhner Frederick, trom Biloxi.
Schooner Nonesuch, from Pascagoula.
Sclioouer Titit, from Bay St Louis'
Schooner Mary Emily, from Tchefuncta.
STEAMBOATS.
Mary Houston, Dunham, from Louisville.
Henry Tute, Daiicres, from Lafourche.
Governor Allen, Sinnott. from Ouschita river.
Frauk Pargoud. Tobin, from Vicksburg.
Importer, Williams, from Arkansas river.
Beaufort. Jeanfreau. from Lower Coast.
Katie, White, from Argylo.
Gleucoe, Calhoun, from Louisville.
Fiances, Blakeslec. from Mobile.
BELOW COMING UP.
Ship Belle Morse, Gregory, fr om London reb 28, to
Lovell k. Bailey
Ship Aunh Camp, Liucolu. from Cardiff, Wales,
Feb 23, to master—
Bark Olympia, Pauz, 3 days from Havana, in bal
last. to Herman, Hertz fcco—
Bark Suez, Martinson, from Cardiff, Wales, Feb 22,
to master—
EXPORTS.
GALVESTON—Steamship Thomas Kelso—600 bids
cement 700 hbls Hour SO bags coffee 23 bids rice 200
sks corn 300 sks oats 100 hsles hay 1U00 cross ties 75
bbls whisky 30 cks wiue 23 cks bacon 100 bbla meal
300 bbls potatoes 50 hhda sugar 200 bxs tobacco 230
cases mdse
For Rockport—40 bbls potatoes SO bbls sugar 20
bags coffee 20 bxs mdse
VALENCIA—Bark Josephine Martin—7625 staves
433 hhds tobacco
APALACHICOLA—Schooner William Ebbett— 800
s _ or 1 X_ 1 Al . ..k 12% Llkl., 1 1.1,1a •kiktatnoA
gks com 65 bbls flour 10 bbls meal 10 bbls potatoes
10 bbls pork 4 bbls brandy 229 pkgs mdse and sun
dries
BARCELONA—Biig Vilasar—431 bales cotton 800
staves
• IMPOSTS.
ANTWERP—Ship Record—4276 cases
glass and sundries
window
cotton in lihds tobacco and sundry produce
LAFOURCHE—Steamer Henry Tote—22 hhds
sugar 35 tes sugar 47 bbls molasses aud sundries
OUACHITA RIVER(-8teamcr Governor Allen
650 bales cotton 96 sks cotton seed and sundries
VIi KSBGRG—Steamer Frank Pargoud—557 bales
cotton and sundries
ARKANSAS RIVER—Steamer Importer—1502 bales
cotton aud sundries
LOWED. COAST—Steamer Beaufort—105 bbls rice
25 bbls molasses and sundries
ARGYLE—Steimer Katie—743 bales cotton 367
sks oilcake 94 sks cotton seed 117 sks seed cotton
an.l sundries
LOUISVILLE—Steamer Glencoe—172 bales cotton
168 lilids tobaeco 6557 sks corn 874 bbls flour aud
sundry produce
LAFOURCUB—Three luggers—300 bbls potatoes
25 sks onions aud Bsudriea
RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN.
WOLF RIVER—Schooner Louisa—20.000 feet of
lunilier
BILOXI— Sclioouer Vienna—25 cords wood
PEARL KIVER—Schooner Lizzie Kelium—45,000
feet lumber
PASCAGOULA—Schooner E Blessey—45,000 feet
lumber
HANDSBORO—Schooner Almira—40,000 feet lum
ber •
PENSACOLA—Schooner JIahel—60,000 feet lum
ber
PEARL RIVER—Schooner Try Again—30,000 feet
lumber
PASCAGOULA—Sclioouer Francois—50,000 feet of
lumber
BILOXI—Schooner Frederick II—40.000 feet of
lumber
PASCAGOULA—Schooner Nonesuch—1500 hbls of
charcoal
BaY ST LOUIS—Schooner Titit—30 cords wood
TCHEFUNCTA—Schooner Mary Eniilv—450 bbls
sand
BY THE RAILROADS.
NEW ORLEANS. JACKSON AND GREAT NORTH
ERN RAILROAD, April 19— 465 bales cotton aDd
sundry produce
MOKUAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAILROAD,
April-19—113 hhds sugar 36 bbls molasses 35 bales
cotton 33 sks seed cotton and sundries
SHERIFFS SALES.
State of Loalsiaaa vs. Mrs. \V. J a nr dan—
Third District Court for the parish of Orleans,
No. 13,360.
B y'vIRTUK OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS TO
me directed by the honorable the Third Dis
trict Court ior tbe parish of Orleans, in the above
eutitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public auc
tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse
streets, in the Seoond District of this city, on MON
DAYaMay 15,. 1871, at twelve o'clock M-, tne follow
lowing described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated in
the First District of this eity, in square number
two hundred and seventy-live, bounded by Mobile
Landing, Dryades and Jiilia streets and Triton
walk, and measuring twenty feet front on Mobile
Landing, by one hundred and forty-two feet in
depth.
Seised in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
api3 29 myl4 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
• B. Miller, composing tne Arm of Beals k Mil
Hr— 1 Third District Court for the parish of Or
leoas. No. 13,006.
B y virtue op a writ of fieri facias to
me directed by the Honorable tha Third Dis
trict Court Cor the Parish of Orleans, in the sbave
entitled cause, I will proceed to sell ot public auc
tion, at the Merchants aad Auctleaeers'Errhaags.
MONDAY, April 34. irtl, oS twelve Frisdt IL.ths
CHATTANOOGA kiUOAO!
MOBILE DIVISION.
Two tn r u i tmt—iafip- On—dalter MOMBAT,
January S3,1871, passenger trains will run — fol
lows: Leave Mew Orleans, Item the foot of Oa—I
street, far Mobile and intermediate title—, att
A. M. and 3 P.M. Arrive at Mobile at 3:30 mod MS
P. |L Leave Mobile, ftsn foot of Government
street, for Mew Orleans and intermediate stations,
at 2:14 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. Arrive at Mew Orleans
at fcSMtnd 9:50 P. M. Connections made at Mobile
by 8 A. M. trains with Mobile and Ohio road for M.
Ionia, Chics—, Louisville, and ALL POIMT8
NORTH, BAST AMD WEST, —d by the 3 P.
M. train with night express train or the Mobile
—d Montgomery road for Montgomery, Atlanta.
Augusta, Savannah, Jacksonville, Florida, and all
points North, East and West Freight trains eaeh
way daily, and freight received at tne foot of Julia
street before 5 f. M. delivered at Mobile early next
morning. Freight as low as by any other route.
For through tickets or further information as to
rates of freight, apply at the company's office, cor
ner of Camp and (Simmon streets.
J. A KENDRICK, General Superintendent
Mew Orleans. January », 1871. jam
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROADS,
Bon their Passenger Coaches —d Baggage Cara,
their combined length without change.
And but oue change to Mew York and all inter
ii diate points.
BAGOAGa GDtAiKD FROM BB8IDBNCB TO
* DESTINATION.
Iks 7i2# A, M. Express Train i
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Makes close connections for Viekahm
Bt. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, and all p
Sleepingears at night, Canton to Grand
Time to New York, TO Msara*
Mew and elegantly' fitted up Sleeping Can ran to
Humboldt, Tennessee, Cleveland, Tennessee, and
Louisville, Kentucky.
Express Train South arrives at 1:30 A. M.
Mall Train South arrives at 10:20 A. M.
Ticket office, Galveston, Mew Orleans, Jackson
and Great Northern Railroad and Mississippi Cen
tral Railroad Office, Morgan's Line Wharf.
Ticket Offices, Mew Orleans, under Ctot Hotel
Comer Camp and Common streets, and at Blpot.
B. Q. 8BWALL, General Superintendent:
6. E. CUBBY. General Ticket Agent, Mew
Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Ball
road.
B. D. FROST, General Superintendent;
D. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent, Missis
sippi Central Railroad.
S. w. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent.
fJIO THE EAST.........TO THE EAST
Via LanUviUe aad Ohio aad Mtaalaaig»l
Rrijlway.
The completion of the Louisville Division of this
road, and the splendid equipment for pssmingar
travel, makes this the
BEST ROUTE TO CINCINNATI,
ALL POINTS BAST AMD MORTHBA8T.
THREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY,
With direct connections from the south for Cto
einnsti
WITHOUT CHANG R OF CABS.
Be sure and ask for tickets via Louisville and the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway, for sale at all prin
cipal ticket offices in the Sooth, and in Louisville at
the General Office of the Company, corner Fourth
and Main streets, also at Galt House and Loniavills
line and Willard Hotels.
M. B.—Tickets to Cincinnati and points Bast, via
this line, are good on mail line steamers, and Mall
line tickets are good on this road.
CHARLES B. FOLLBTT,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Louis.
J. L. ORIS WORD,
General Superintendent, St. Lonia,
THOMAS BORWIN.
tyt ly _ General Southern Agent, Louisville,
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San Francisco, St
Paul, Kansas City, Leavenworth, St. Joseph,
Arid all Points North, East and Went.
inu nArniw.i juaiuo wove luc new urirvii,
Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Depot
daily, at 7 A. M. and 5 P. M.
AN-EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of CAial street
daily at 8 A. M., via the New Orleans, Mobile and
Chattanooga Railroad, making close connec
tions at Mobile witll the Mobile and Ohio Bail
road to all points North, Baat and West.
For tickets apply to
AD. SHELDON,
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad, corner Camp and Common
streets, under City Hotel; or to
W. BBDBLL,
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, No. 130 Common street, under SL
Charles Hotel.
J.H. WINGFIELD,
General Superintending Agent St. Louis, Iron Moun
_ tain and Southern Railroad. _ no34
LOTTERIES.
| RAWING OF THE LOUISIANA
STATE LOTTERY FOB APRIL 19, IS71.
CLASS 93._
The above drawings are published in all the prin
cipal papers, and are drawn in public dajly at the
rooms or the company.
Irformation furnished and prizes cashed by
HOWARD, SIMMONS k CO., Contractors.
St. Charles street, corner Union. New Orleans.
Witness onr hands at New Orleans, Louisiana,
this nineteenth day of April, 187L
H. PERALTA,
ADAM GIFFBN,
Commissioners.
BEW ARB OF BOGUS LOTTERIES. at>38
JJOU18IANA 8TATB LOTTERY
COMPANY.
Incorporated August 17,1968.
CHARLES T. HOWABD................PRESIDENT.
MINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY.
SPLENDID SCHEME—ONLY 30,000 NUMBERS.
Capital Prize............999,000.
CLASS F.
TO BB DRAWN AT NEW ORLEANS ON
Saturday, May 6, 1871.
HOWARD, SIMMONS fc CO., Contractors.
SCHEME;
99.000 Numbers—Tickets Omly 990.
1 prise of 930,000 Is.......................950 000
I prize of 30,000 Is........................ 30.000
1 prize of 30.000 1s........................ 30000
1 prise of 10,000 Is........................ 10,000
1 prise of 9,000 is........................ 9,000
1 prize of 8,000 is........................ 8,000
1 prize of 7,000 is........................ 7,000
1 prize of
1 prize of
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1 prise of 1.000
1 prize of 1^90
1 prize of- M00
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,600
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000 J
(0 prizes ot 300 ore...
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KATIE,
J. M. Writs, Master, T. J. Hows—, Clerk;
Will leave as above, and will land all Coast passu
gen with their freight
Connects at Vicksburg with packets for a
points on the Yasoo and Tallahatchie riven.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
A. A. OBBBN, Agent,
mhS Mo. 1W Grsvier street
' LEAVING DAM.Y. AT FIVE P. M.. FOR
Cairo, Chicago, arid All Polats North,
West aad Boat, at the Lowest Kates.
All rates and all through bills of lading from Mow
Orleans by above route given, signed and recog
nized only at the General Office of the Company,
Mo. K Carondelet street.
Shippers by this route aave all drayage andtrana
fer charges at Cairo, —d their goods are always
under cover, and nrf charges are made for forwdar
ing. JAMES T. TUCKER,
fait _ General Agent.
Leals aad New Orleans Packet Com*
paay.
FOB CARO AMD BT. LOUIS.
llllaels Ceatral Railroad Packets.
steamers of ibis line will leave m
nr OF ALTON..............BHEBLR, Master
Leaves on THURSDAY. April f0, at 5 F. M.
Giving through bille of lading to all points an the
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, Nashville and
Northwestern Railroad, aad Memphis and Ohio
Railroad—also to St. Louis
Through Tickets furnished at lowest rates to ail
points Bast, West and North, by aU the various
routes via Memphis, Cairo aud St. Louis. State
OHIO KIVER.
Beaalar Louisville, Evansville aad Hen*
demon Packet.
Leaves on FRIDAY, April 21, at 5 P. M.
. tfri w * k For Louisville, KvajuVille,
I f Ml I isr Henderson. Shawnee town. Pa
iaasJi m T jW: dnoali* Cairo. Memphis. Helena
■■KHisnd all intermediate points—The
passenger steamer
GLENCOE.
T. 8. Calhoon, Master, J. Q. A. Park, Clerk,
Will leave as above. For freight or passage apply
on board, or to
C. G. WATMB , 37 Natchez street.
ap20 THOMAS KKEFFK. 73 Poydras street.
•ulavijle, Evansville, Henderson and
Cairo Passenger Packet.
##*«" k For Lewisville, Evansville.
f III It.- .ftp Henderson. Paducah, Cairo, Mem
jKgnjffi^Kpbis, Vicksburg, Matches, and all
■■■EHMmtenuedJate points—The passen
r steamer
MARY HOUSTON,
L B. DniHAX, Master, H. H. Walker, Clerk;
Leaves on SATURDAY, April 22, at 5 P. M.
Leaves on THURSDAY, May 11, at 5 P. M.
Leaves on TUBSDAT. May 36. at 3 P. M.
Leaves on SATURDAY, June 17, at 5 P. M.
Leaves on THURSDAY, July 6, at 5 P. M.
Leaves on 1UESDAY. July 25, at 5 P. M.
Leaves on-SATURDAY, August 12, at 5 P. M.
Passengers can rely on this steamer leaving as
ove, aud going through to Louisville. Through
:kets to Cincinnati and all important points
■rth for sale on board. Plan or cabin can be
en and staterooms engaged by applying to
C. G. WAYNE, Agent, 37 Natc>icz street.
Leaves FRIDAY, April 21, at 3 P. M.
h For Louisville. Evansville,
Jujl Henderson, Paducali. Cairo. Mem
j^ijjtWt phis, Helena, Greenville, Vicks
BKHuui'g, Natchez and the Bends—
sseuger steamer
KATE KINNEY,.
s Kino, Master; Al. D. Croxall. Clerk;
»ve as above. For freight or passage apply
■d, of to
THOMAS KEEFF8. 75 Poydrasotreet.
C. G. WAYNB, 37 Natchez street.
LOWEK COAST.
Week.
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
_ at 12 M.
. (p*** k Foe tke Forte, Burns,
^UStoriMBPoint-a-la-Hache and ail plants
■HfitiKH—tlon landings—The new steamer
BANNOCK CITY.
• (in place of the Bradish Johnson.)
Jrrr Posry, Master. O. Castor, Jr., Clerk.
Will leave as above, returning every Monday
and Thursday. J. M. PETERSON,
W00D—COAL.
HIELD & BELL,
fir (Spcncsk Field. Jr.— Walter O. Bill.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Plttsbnrg, Anthracite and English Cannel
COAL.
Also, ASH, OAK and PINB WOOD. Steamships,
steamboats, cotton presses, foundries and famines
promptly suppled at the lowest market ratea. Main
office 147 Camp street, corner Girod. Branch office
1-i] Magazine street near Poeyfhrre. se3 ly
F >R rent—FURNISHED BOOMS, SINGLY
or in suits, at No. 114 St. Charles street, corner
of North. _mli26 lm
R ooms to rent—one or two fine,
large, airy, comfortably Furnished Booms can
be hod in a private family, with or without board,
where the French and English l a n g u ages are
spoken, and free from the annoyance of children,
by applying at No. 321 St. Ann street, corner of
Derbigny. The cars pass within a few doom of
the house. Terms very moderate. oc30
STOLEN.
Press, on Saturday morning, April 1, a dark
bay HORSB, with saddle and bridle, and a heavy
felt saddle cloth. A reward of fifty dollars will be
paid on his delivery at the above named press.
Five hundred dollars will he paid for the arrest and
conviction of the thief. ap!6 3t*
REMOVALS,
REMOVAL............. ........REMOVAL.
The Board of State Assessors have removed their
office from the corner of Conti and Royal streets to
Boom No. 8, Gainer's Court, Carondelet strebt, be
tween Canal and Common streets. •
mh30 lmo J. W. BWOBDS, President.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
FOUNDRIES.
POR PHILADELPHIA. VIA HAVANA.
Carrying United tat— Mail.
To sail FBIDAY. April 31. at S P. M.
Per PMhMpUa. via Is
CBB8CBNT CTTY.........Captain George L. Eirtra
SHERMAN....................Captain XFlsnshort
GENER AL MBADS.........Captain A. W. hmaffi
UNITED 8TATB8...........TT. Captain-—.
MISSISSIPPI ...... .............Captain W. P. Msht.
WESTERN METROPOLIS......Captain H. 8. Offiah
EMILY B. BOUDEB. ......Cap tain Minor M. CtSmS
BALLING FROM NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY.
Bremen and Hamburg.
and the Continent, connecting with Onion's Una et
Steamers, sailing from Bew York every Wedneofia*
. No. 198 Common street
The. steamship GENERAL MBADB will Maw,
leoving on SATURDAY. April 29, at 8 A M.
oc30
Will leave her wharf, opposite Toulouse street, an
above.
Cabin Passage to New Yoik..................999
Cabin Passage to Havana.................... 49
For freight or passage, having qiasssfi ss
commodations, apply to
GEO. A. FOSDICK k OOl,
No. 39 Carondelet etsest.
Bills Lading signed through to LiveraesC
The steamship BIENVILLE, Baker, eoamsandnr,
will follow, and sail on her regular day. ap4
MISCELLANEOUS.
Q' S. HUNT A CO.,
* MACHINERY DEPOT,
No. 189 Grarier Street, New Orleans*
Manufacturers' Agents for
B. CARVER COMPANY'S CELEBRATED COTTON
GINS AND' LINTBBSL
F ARB'S STEAM PUMPS,
Of all kinds.
Boston Machine Company*! Bfigtnser Portable
and Stationary Boilers: the Baxter Portable Bn
gines; Schaffer k Bn den berg Steam Gaagea; Coffin's
I team, Water and Oaa Volvea, Hydrants aad Water
Metres; Bturterant's PreaaRre and v Pon Blowers,
Exhaust and Dryer Fans; Berryman's Antoaatle
Boiler Feed Regulator and Law Water Alsnm
Drake's, Kysrt's and Low® Automatic aad Hand
KB S. KSJ'K, 1 SSJ57%£3
and Unfinished Nuts and Bolts; jTW. Mirtwk
Co.'s Saw Gum mere, Upsets and Mffl Picks; SeUUn's
Steam Pocking; Plymouth MUM BlvetsT tha Fssls
Vise.
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