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slight rain this afternoon: eloudy, -with sign«\>f rain to-night. H. 8. Turner and Mary Miller, Louisville to New Orleans, are lying above French Island waiting for the channel cut-out. Nat Williams, on down- trip from Madison to-day, sunk a fiatboat of hav and com and a tow of to bacco. The cargo will be saved, but sytne of it is damaged. Leslie Combs arrived from Ironton. Cincinnati, August 4.—River is rising slowly. Weather showery and warm. FrrreBtJBO, August 4. — River falling steadily. Raining at Oil City and Browns ville. t ___ MARKETS, Domestic markets. New York, August 4.—Cotton closed un changed; sales bales. Flour: Southern doll; common to fair extra $5 35® 6 50; choice to good $6 65®9. Whisky, 9i%c. Wheat firmer; winter red and amber West ern, new, $1 36® 1 40. Corn a shade better; 65®66c. Pork lower; $13 45® 13 62. Lard dull. Naval stores quiet. Tallow dull: 9® 914c. Freights scarcely so firm. Coffee firm; Rio 1314 ©16c. Sugar dull and un changed. Rice dull and unchanged. Beef dull and lower; $8®12.plain mem, f!3@15 extra mess. Wheat per steam 10%d. Cincinnati, August 4.—Cotton dull and nominal; middlings 19%c. Flour firm^ and in fair demand; family $5 35 ®5 50. Wheat dull and unchanged. Com dull and un changed. Rye steady at 65©67c. Oats steady at30®40c. Barley steady at 80 ® 90c. Eggs scarce at'. 13c. Butter, fresh, 17 ® 22c. Cheese drooping at 9@9%c. Pork dull and drooping; mess $12 50. - Lard dull and un changed. Bulk meats dull and unsettled; shoulders are held at 5%c; sides 6%c. Bacon dull and unsettled. Whisky dull at 92c. St. Louis, August 4.—Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat dull and unchanged. Com stronger but inactive; mixed, on the track, 42® 43c; sacked 48c. Oats firmer; in bulk bn the track, 32®33e; mixed 37 % © 38%e. Bariev quiet; No. 2 Minnesota 85e; fall 85® 87c. Bye steady at 56 ®57c. Whisky 94c. Pork dull at $13 75® 14. Dry salt meats lower; loose shoulders 5Vic. Bacon dull; shoulders 6V4®6 3 4c; clear rib 8®8 %c; clear sides 84«c; sugar cured mime, can .yased, 16c. Hogs quiet at $4©4 35. Cattle unchanged. Foreign Markets. London, August 4, Evening.—Consols closed at 93%. Bonds 93 V4. Liverpool, August 4, Evening.—Cotton closed firm; nplands 8%®9d; Orleans 9V4d. Manchester advices are more favor able. Monday is a holiday in London and Liverpool. COTTON. Transactions of the Week—Receipts, Sales, _ Exports and Stock on Hand. Memphis. August 4.—Cotton: Stock 4375 bales; week's receipts 1405; exports 1142; , Sales 1100. ■ Mobile, August 4.—Cotton: Stock. 7941 bales; week's receipts, 389; exports coast wise 853; sales 2100. Savannah, August 4.—Cotton: Stock, 4991 bales; net receipts for the week, 806; ex ports coastwise 947; sales 290 bales. Galveston, August 4.—Cottofi: Stock 1857 bales; net receipts of the week 918; exports coastwise 2112; sales of the week Providence, August 4.—Cotton: Net re ceipts of the week 704 bales. Baltimore, August4.—Cotton: Stock 1832 bales; net receipts for the week 460 bales; gross 536; exports coastwise 130; sales 315 bales. Wilmington, August 4.— Cotton: Stock C12 b iles ; net receipts of the week 134; ex ports coastwise 428; sales none. Charleston, August 4.—Cotton : Stock 3300 bales ; net receipts of 'the week 1246; exports coastwise 1085 ; sales 246. Norfolk, August 4.—Cotton : Stock 665 bales; net receipts of the week 765 ; exports coastwise 720; sales 35. Boston, August 4.—Cotton : Stock 6000 bales; net receipts of the week 297 ; gross receipts 415; exports to Great Britain 305, coastwise 70; sales 1450. [Yesterday's Evening Dispatches.] New York, Angust 4. —The yacht Sappho is ashore in Hell Gate. The steamer Providence ran into three schooners, within an hour, during Wednes day night's fog. Arrived: Merida. The Stars, of Brooklyn, beat the Savan nahs, of Savannah, Georgia, by a score of twenty-seven to six. Cincinnati, August 4. —Senator Sherman, addressing the Exchange, intimated that the coming session of Congress would sim plify the spirit tax, making but one tax. Ixicisvn.LE, August 4.—Four alleged Ku Klux have been brought from Estell county, Deluding Captain Prince Thomas, whom Payne, who recently turned States evidence, named as captain. Captain Thomas claims that Payne's tes timony is the result of a conspiracy. The other three are charged with whip ping a white woman in Powell county. The United States Commissioner ex amines them to-day. Charleston, August 4.—The official count shows that /he municipal election of Wednesday resulted in the choice of the citizens' candidate, General John A. Wage Tier, by a majority of 777 votes, over Gilbert Pillsbury, the present Republican mayor. The entire citizens' ticket is elected by about the same majority. London, August 3.—A caucus of the left centre voted 190 against 5 to make M. Thiefs president for two years, and to allow him to ckpose a vice president and presi dent of counsels, the ministers to be respon sible, but Thiers not. This proposition wjll be submitted to the Assembly next week. A Holland firm has sold in Frankfort-on ihe-Mftln bonds of the Rockford and St. Louis failroad to the value of $9,000,000. The transaction is a swindle. An investi gation will be instituted. Paris, August 4.— Negotiations are in progress between the deputies of the left centre and right of'the Assembly in refer ence to the prolongation of M. Thiers as chief executive. The Assmnhly will be questioned to-day concerningMhe alleged appointment of the Duke de Chartres ae an officer in the Al gerian forces. MadSd, A „____ _________ 0 ______ romulgates the law recently passed by the Madrid, August 4.—The official journal •omulgates the law recently passed by the L'ortes authorizing the government to grant general amnesty tor political offenses. I i Liverpool, August 4.—Cotton: Sales of . tue week 64,000 bales, of which 5000 were for export and 7600 tor speculation; stock on hand 673,000 bales, of which 362,000 are American; receipts of the week 32,000 bales, of which 16,000 were American; actual ex ports 8000 bales; atioat, 485,000 bales, of which 46,000 bales are American, . The following story is told of the siege of Paris: A professor of music, who was obliged to abandon hie house, in the hurry of the de parture left the unfinished score oF a musi cal composition behind. The war over, he returned, with intense anxiety for the fate of the precious manuscript, to find his tense destroyed. Only one wall remained landing, but luckily high up on its side could be seen the cupboard, with its key still projecting from the lock, in which were deposited the valuabfe papers. A ladder was procured, the impatient composer ascended and took out his treasure safe and sound. What was bis astonishment to find it net only complete, but oompleted, the Composition brought to a happy close, with a brief note of explanation, signed, "Koen nernann, musiciun-in-cliief of the Twenty second line regiment." A correspondent of the Boston Traveller records the following: "A bright little bdy about four years»of age, son of a clergyman, was at your correspondents house one eve ning with his parent, and I gave him a couple uf five cent pieces. He laid them on the "table, and putting his finger on one, said: 'This one I am going to give to the heathen, and the other I am going to keep myself.' He played with them awhile, till one of them finally rolled away and he «ou!a not find it. 'Well,'said I,''my lad, 'which one have you lost! ' 'Oh,'said he,'I have lost the one I was going to give t-o the heathen.'" D is said that the chewing of coarsely-cnt entian root after every meal will care the it© for tobacco. It but and a i Monetary—Xommercial MONETARY. orrtm<pr the daily rbpubucan, ? Branxe, August 4. 1871- ' We have no material change to report in the money market proper. There is still a moderately fair demand for accommoda tions, but as the banks accept all the approved paper offered, very little, if any, is left for negotiation on the street, ex cep tin Msecond class notes. Street rates are nommally unchanged, and we repeat them as follows: Eight®— per cent per annum for A1 notes with unquestionable collaterals; 8®10 for good do and A1 short business paper without collaterals; 12® 18 for good and seoond grade business paper without collaterals; 10® 12 for A1 long do, and 9®—for A1 mortgage notes, and 10© 12 for good and second grade. We notice that the Citizen's Bank de clared a dividend yesterday of six percent on the capital stock of the bankin^Hepai't ment, payable on and after-tlie fourteenth instant. Gold opened at 112*4 ©112% (against 1121s at New York), and closed at the opening rates (against 11214). The sales included $4000 and $6000 at 1121k; $3000, $1000 and $12,000 at 112*4, and $3000 and $10,000 at 1124s. The Sub-Treasurer offered $50,000 at 112%, but we did not hear of its having been sold. Nothing worthy of note was done in sil ver. It is quoted at 1071s® 10814 for Amer ican half dollars, and 2% ®3l4 per cent pre mium in gold for Mexican dollars. Foreign exchange was inactive, but rates were a shade firmer, in keeping with the im provement in gold. The'sales ot sterling embraced £7000, includ ing £1500 bill oflaiP ing at 12214; £3000 A1 clear at 122%; £600 bank at 123% aud £2000 ut 110 gold. 10,000 A1 commercial francs sold at 4.6344. We jdote sterling at 122*4 ® 12244 for good to A( bill of lading aud clear, and —©123%, for bank. The offerings of domestic exchange were small, and the movement in consequence was qjinfined within naifro w limits. The banks still drew on New York at % I*' cent premium, and the sales included $10,000 ami $20,000 New York commercial sight at Iq premium. Nothing of any moment was done in gold cheeks. Some of the tanks drew trifling sums at par. « i Operations in stocks included — share** ' New Orleans Gas Company ;rt $148, a de cline; — Crescent City Slaughterhouse at $25, 200 shares Louisiana Levee at $10 25, 100 do at $10 62%, 200 do at $10 75, and 150 at $11. The market for Levee was de cidedly etiffer toward the close, a \ in fact, touched $11 25, the particulars of which sale, however, were withheld. A bid of $11 for 500 shares was refused, buyers holding at $11 50®12. In bonds $1200 new city ten percents sold at 92%, and $15,000 Louisiana State sixes of 1870 at 62. 1870 at 62. Thirty-seven hundred dollars new city 7-30 certificates changed hands at 66%, and $1000 city appropriation certificates at 89® 90. We have heard of nothing doing in war rants, for quotations of which see list an nexed. Nothing transpired in warrants. City treasury notes are quoted nominal at 32 ® ->85 per cent discount. We quote as follows: State National Bankt..............100 00 ®101 00 Mechanics and Traders' Bank ..... 31 50 ® 35 00 Canal Bank........................114 00 ®1)6 00 Union National Bank................®105 00 Citizens' Bank-..................... ©150 00 Bank of New Orleans............... 39 50 ® 40 00 Southern Bank.......................® 85 00 Merchants' Bank............'....... 64 00 ® 65 00 Bank of America.................'..180 00 ®190 00 Germania National Bank...........155 00 ©156 00 Louisiana National Bank...........110 00 Sill 00 People's Bank...................... 63 00 ® 65 no Hibernia Bank.....................130 OO ©132 00 Lafayette Bank.................... 41 50 ® 42 50 Louisiana Savings Bank.........., 65 00 S 70 00 Teutonia National Bank...........120 00 ai -- Union Insurance Company........ 50 00 S 52 no Hope Insurance Company............® 89 no Commercial Insurance Company 50 00 *© 54 00 Factors and Traders' Insurance Company....................... 89 00 ® 90 00 Crescent City Slaughterhouse..... 25 00 ® 26 00 Mississippi Valley Navigation Com pany............................ ... Atlantic Insurance Company...... 45 00 Pneumatic Propelling Company . 4 25 Mechanics' and Agricultural Fair Association.................... 18 OO ® 20 00 Louisiana Ice Manu.'acturidg Com pany.............................. Louisiana State Lottery Company. 65 00 Sugar Shed Company.-............. 17 00 Loan and Pledge Association........ Calcasieu £ulphur Mining Com pany.............................. Burra Burra Copper Mine......... 8 00 Barbarin Gaslight Company....... 35 00 Carondelet Canal aud Navigation Company....................... 25 00 ® 27 00 Odd Fellows' Hall................. 1 50 @ 2 00 St. Charles Hotel................... 7 00 a> 7 50 Opera House Association............©190 00 Polk County Copper Mine......... 8 00 @- Importers' Bonded Warehouse____ New Orleans Sanitary and Fertiiiz ® 1 50 @ - fc 4 50 ® 39 00 ® 66 00 ® 19 00 ® 40 00 ® 15 00 @- ® 45 00 --©190 OO ing Company, ippi anil --® 20 00 Mississippi 'anil Mexican GuU Ship Canal....................240 00 ®255 OO Pontchartrain Railroad............ 48 00 ® 52 50 Carrollton - Railroadt...............115 00 ®116 00 Jackson Railroad.....................® 6 00 New Orleans City Railroad*.......173 00 ©174 00 St. Charles Street Railroad........ 74 00 ® 76 00 Crescent City Railroad* .......... 73 00 ® 75 00 Canal and Claibofne Street Rail road............................ 50 00 ® 53 00 Orleans Railroad................... 82 00 ® 85 00 New Orleans Gas Company....... 48 00 ® Louisiana State sixes of 1866____... 60 62^ Louisiana State sixrs of 1H70...... 61 ® 62 Louisiana State sixes, old.......... - 65 CD 68 State Penitentiary sevens......... ® 72 Nortli Louisiana and Texas Rail road. 8 per cent................ 75 ® 80 State levee sixes.................. TO 7D T2 State levee eights................ 85 r a> 90 Consolidated city bonds, old$....... 72 ® 73 City six per cent railroad bonds! 71 ® 72 City five percents................. 53 54 City seven percents (old)......... 69 City seven per cents (new)........ 67 © 61 "A City ten per cents.................. 96 ® 98 City Fiscal Agency certificates _ 90 ® 92 City seven-thirty certificates____7, 90 » 92 City ten per cent bond certificates 30 a) 92 City ten per cent bonds, issue of 1871............................. 91 fc® 92 V, Jefferson Citv bonds, old!......... 70 ® 72 Jackson Railroad first mortgage bonds*......................... 84 ® 85 Jackson Railroad second mortgage coupon bonds.............. 78 © 85 Jackson Railroad second mortgage . debt Jwmds.................... 73 ® St, Charles Hotel mortgage bonds. 86 'a) _ Jefferson City Gaslight bonds..... Mississippi Central railroad first mortgage bonds................ 58 © 60 80 ® 85 Mississippi Central railroad second mortgage bonds............... 74 <* 80 Canal aud Claiborne Street Rail road Company first mortgage bonds.............i............. 88 ® 90 Opelousas Railroad first mortgage bonds.......................... 92 93 State warrants, large.............. 57 ® 58 State warrants, small............. 60 ©> 75 Metropolitan certificates ot ap propriation..................... 89 ® -91 •With dividend. jEx dividend. !Ex coupon. •With dividend. jEx dividend. !Ex coupon. COMMERCIAL Friday Evknins, August 4, 187L Cotton—T he Bales to-day were confined to 400 bales at about previous rates. We accordingly repeat our quotations, and give also the Exchange figures, which are for even running ot its types, while ours are for average lists, with the outside rates for strict: Average Exchange Hats. Sgures. Low ordinary ..................13 ®14 s _ Ordinary....................... UHai.tii ]5 Good ordinary..................16q®16si 16 © Low middling..................17* ®174i 17% Middling.......................— @_ _ 8trict middling.................— ®_ _ Good middling..................— ®_ _ The inquiry was limited, but factors be ing,unwilling to make any concessions, the few sales were mostly at yesterday's rates. The bale of Texas new crop, which came consigned to Messrs. Schmidt Sc Ziegler, was sold by auction to Mr. L. A. Levy at 18%c. It classed strict low middling. The bale from the Rio Grande, to Mr. H. E. Woodhouse, was sold also by auction at 20c. It was examined by a committee of the Cot ton Exchange, who pronounced jt unques tionably new crop, and classed it middling. Under the slack demand sales oould' not haws been forced unless at some concessions, and in one or two cases prices were accepted which would have been refused yesterday, but with this exception the market was steady. ' , be Exchange^reports "Demand mode rate, market steady.'' The sales for the past three days sum up 3100 bales, making a total for the week of 6300, against 8700 last week and 7200 the week before. Week's reoeipts 4816 bales, embracing 762 from other delivery ports, and 4054 proper, against 4518 proper last week and 918 last year. .Receipts proper sinre August 31, 1,434,468. bales, against 1,138,537 last yew-. Week's exports 9812 bales, embracing 4780 to Liverpool, 1484 to Boston, 3464 to New York and 84 to Provi dence. To-day's exports were toaLiverpooL Re ? ' in a if against 1278 on last Friday, and 3 last year, making an aggregate since Friday evening of 4054 bales, against 4518 last week, ana 918 last year, and since August 31, of 1,434,468 bales, against 1.138.537 last year. COTTON STATEMENT. Stock on hand September 1, 1870— bales 20,696 Arrived since last statement...... 802 Arrived previously................1,506,128 City haling from samples, etc— 19,583—1,528,513 Total....................... Cleared to-day....... .. ........ Cleared previously..®......... Burnt........................... ... / 1,547,209 4,780 ...1,500,485 669—1,505,974 Stock on band and on shinboard............ 41,275 Stock on hand last ye'ar................ 42,736 Sugar— There were no receipts, and the market is without any movement to-day. Refinery yellow clarified is quoted at 12*4® 1244c; white 13®13%c I* lb. Molasses —There is none coming in from plantation. City refinery reboiled is quoted ill ^ very Superfine is quoted at $5; double extra $6 50; treble extra $6 75@7; good treble extra $7 25 ® 7 50; choice extra $7 75 ®8; family extra $8®9 ¥ bbl. The principal sales to-day are confined to 500 bbls, of which 200 low treble extra at $6 75, 150 good treble extra at $7 25, and 50 choice extra at $8 50 i* bbl. Corn —Is in good supply and fair demand. The sales to-day embraced 7000 sacks, of which 1500 mixed, 1250 white mixed, 223 yellow, and 800 white at 70c; 350%hite at 71c; 100 white mixed at 72e; 500 white mixed and 1500 white and white mixed at 73c. and 350 choice white at at 75c ¥ bushel. Oats —Are iu fair supply and demand; 3000 sacks were sold to-day, of which 500 and 800 inferior new at 50c; 300 new at 51c; 250 do at 52c; 100 and 800 do at 53c, and 90 do at 55c P bushel. Bran—I s in better supply and prices have given wav; 50 sacks sold iu store at $1 10 P 100 lbs. Ha\ —Continues scarce and in demand; 50 bales prime old sold at $32, and 50 choice new at $35 ^ ton. Pork —Continues dull, with mess held at $15 ¥ bbl. It is retailing at $15 25 ©15 50 ¥ bbl. Iq « i ' at 25, 150 de in of of ® I Dry Salt Meat —Is dull, and shoulders aie quoted at 6®6%c ^ lb; 10 casks shoul ders sold at 6%o, and 10 do at 6%c 4* lb. Breakfast Bacon—Is dull. A lot of 50 boxes Western sold at 10c ^ lb. Bacon —Is in good jobbing demand, with a light stock on sale. Five casks shoulders sold on private terms, and 5 at7%c; 10 do clear sides at 9%c, aiid 10 tierces choice sugar cured hams at 16c, and 10 do in two lots at 16%c 1*16. Shoulders are jobbing at 7%c; clear rib sides 9%c; clear sides 9%e; sugar cured hams 10 ®14c for second pickle, and 15 ® 16% c for choice. Lard —Is dull. Twenty-five tierces re fined sold at !4%c, and 100 kegs do at ll%c ¥ lb. Cheese —Is in fair supply and only mod erate demand. Western factory is quoted at 12'^12%c, and Reserve at lie V lb. V Esculents— Potatoes are selling. on the landing at $3 25© I; onions at $2 75 ©3 75, and apples at $2 50 a 4 ¥ bbl. Newkrout $12@11 P bbl. Cabbages 16®00 t* bead. Beans are still selling at $6®7 50 P bbl for Western white, and $S®8 50 for Northern. Dried apples 4 ©5c ¥ lb. Poultry and Eggs —Chickens are selling on the levee at $6®7 ¥ dozen for grown, and $3 ©4 for young, and turkeys at $15® $18 $* dozen. Eggs are dull "at 10 ©20c ¥ dozen from the levee. Corn Meal —Continues in light supply and fair demand; «kiln-dried is' quoted at $3 87% P bbl on the landing, and is job bing from store at $4 25. Baling Stuffs —Dealers are selling India bagging at 18%® 19c k* yard in bales, and l!)% 5 20c in rolls, jute at 21% ©22c, hemp aud flax at 21 % © 22c t* yard, iron cotton ties are retailing at 5c $* lb. Rice —Only a small business doing at 9% ®9%c $* lb for prime Louisiana; 8%c for ordinary, and 8c for common. India is of fering at 7% ®7%o. Receipts of new crop are expected soon. Whisky — The supply is small, but there is not much demand. Good biunds of Cin cinnati are worth $1®1 02%, and Indiana 92®95c ^gallon. Tobacco—T he demand for leaf tobacco during the past week has been active and general, and full prices have been realized. In addition to the 310 hlids reported on Tuesilav there Lave been sales ot 470 bbds, viz: 26 bbds at 8% ©10c; 10, 30,382,11 and 10 on private terms. The supply on sale is about 1000 bbds. We quote lugs 6%®7c; low leaf 7%®7%c; medium leal 8©8%c; good 8% ©9%c; fine9%®i0%c. The clear ances embrace 467 bbds to Bremen, 97 to New York, 90 to Bordeaux, 60 to Liverpool and 8 to Rockport. Freights —Continue extremely dull, both foreign and domestic, -and quotations are entirely nominal. Liverpool, sail anil steam, %d; continent lc; New York steam % ®%c. "A V, Ri ver Int elligence. OFFICK-OF THB DAILY REPUBLICAN, 1 Saturday Morning, August 5, 1871. 1 Weather, Business, etc.— The weather yesterday morning was very close and op pressive; the sky was overcast with heavy, threatening clouds, and toward noon we Lad a slight rain, and in the evening it cleared off, with a slight, refreshing breeze. Business on the landing was rather inac tive, and confined principally to two steam ers loading for Red river at the lower land ing, and the Susie Silver, at the upper land ing, preparing to aepart for St. Louis, was about all the excitement that prevailed there. The river is again falling, and the sur veyor's marks indicate twelve feet six inches below high water mark of 1862. Re ports from above aifc that all the tributaries, lakes and bayous are falling rapidly, and that low water will prevail very soon." The rates of freight to Red river, Oua chita and St. Louis remain unchanged, bnt as many ot the boats are hauling off from lied river, we expect soon to hear of toe tariff being raised in that trade. The arrivals since our last report eom nrise the. Bart Able from Lobdell's store, "Yolic from the upper coast, Rapides from the Bone Yard, Bee aud barges from St. Louis, W. S. Pike from Vicksburg, Gladiola from Jefferson, and B. L. Hodge No. 2 from Grand Ecore. The departures were the Era No. 10 for Jefferson, Bart Able tor Lobdell's store, Frolic for the upper coast, and Wade Hamp ton for Natchez. The Lotus No. 3 was towed up to the Fourth District yesterday, where she will take a quiet, rest until time improve. Captain J. F. Baker, President of the Merchants' Southern Line, and Captain J. N. Bofinger, President of the New Orleans and St. Louis Packet Company, are both expected in the city to-morrow on business connected wjth their respective lines. Deputy Collector Champlin, of the Cus tomhouse, received a dispatch yesterday from Secretary BoutweJl, declaring that no clearance papers were required from boats ;oing to St. Louis. fVe are glad that at least that annoyance to steamboats is^done away with, and that our St. Louis boats will have no trouble hereatter on that score. The B. L. Hodge, No. 2, that arrived last evening, brought down the machinery of the ill-fated Bed Cloud, that burnt up'last June at Montgomery, Louisiana. The Rapides, which has been laying np for some time, came to the lower wharf yesterday, and will take the place of the Hodge in the Grand Ecore trade, leaving this evening at five o'clock. The Belle Lee, now undergoing extensive alterations and repairs at St. Louis, will re enter the Memphis and New Orleans trade on the tenth of September. Fiankj Hicks will be in command! with John S. Sullivan in the office and Frank Smith as steward. The City of Alton, under the command of John D. McCord, left St. Louis on Au gust 3 for this port. Captain Sheble, her former commander, has retired to take a rest! The Pauline Carroll and M. J. Wicks, from St. Louis, passed Memphis on August 3, bound for this port, and both are ex pected to arrive on Sunday flight. The H. S. Turner, from Louisville, is re ported aground at Oil Creek, about ninety miles below Louisville. The Southwestern, which arrived Thurs day evening from Shreveport, has con cluded to retire for a while, and reports say that she will have her cabin extended fuu length, and undergo thorough repairs ready for the fall business in Red river. The Susie Silver went out last evening to St. Louis with a very fair trip. She had 1300 bars of railroad iron aad 150 tons of of ABouiwu ireigni. sue also earned a com pany of United States soldiers to the bar racks at Baton Rouge. | Telegram.] Jefferson, August 4. W. T. GIlham, Steamer Big Horn: Nothing doing; only twenty-eight inches water iu the lake. Tidal Wave and Durfee gone back from Shreveport. . A. GILHAM. [Telegram.] . . Shrevefort, August 4. Captain John Kouns: Steamer Tidal Wave will arrive Sunday and leave ou Tuesday, the eighth, for Shreveport and Jefferson. W. T. SCOVELL, Master. The Shreveport SonthicesUrn of July 30 says: Partially cloudy but very warm was the weather yesterday. The wind came from the west in the forenoon, but veered around and blew from the east in the afternoon. Iu spite of the breezes the heat held its own until sunset. We can safely assert, however, that it was not so oppressive by several degrees as it has been this summer. The river declined three inches during the twenty-four hours ending at six o'clock yesterday evening, and' was, at that time, eighteen feet nine inches below the highest water of this year. Business on the levee yesterday was ex ceedingly dull from dawn until late iu the evening, when the Era No. 10 sailed in from Jefferson and created some little excite ment. About an hour after dark the leviathan of Red river, the Southwestern, came swimming into port and got up some thing of a stir by commencing to discharge her enormous freight. The Carter line of steamers have ad vanced freight rates from St. Louis to Shreveport, and are now charging one dol lar on flour, two dollars and fifty cents on whisky, and sixty-five cents per hundred pounds on other freight. For Opelousas. —The splendid passenger steamer Lessie Taylor will leave this evening at 5 P. M. lor Washington and all way points. The Lessie Taylor is one of the finest and fastest boats that leaves our port, anil is under the command of (Japtain M. Kenniston, with T. Jobin in the office; aud with such officers it can not be anything but a pleasure to take a trip on tlieir boat. Don't fail to be there at the hour, as she is prompt to leave on time. For St. Louis. —The Belfast is the regu lar St. Louis and New Orleans Packet Com pany's boat for this day at 5 P. M., for Cairo, St. Louis and all way points. She con nects at Cairo with the Illinois Central railroad, aDd at St. Louis with all the rail roads North, East and West, giring through tickets and freight receipts to all points. J- P. Sedarn is in command, with R. II. Kerr in the office, a sure guarantee you will be well attended to. For Cairo and St. Louis.— ^The great iron steamer John T. Moore leaves on her first trip this evening at five o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis, and will attend to all wav aud plantation business. Captain W. T. Boardman is in command, and Messrs. Walden. Spears and Quicksal will attend to the office duties, and will lejjive nothing undone to make their passengers have a pleasant trip. Marine Intelligence. OFFICE OF THE REPURLICAH,) • Saturday, Angust 5, 1871. J CLEANED "YESTERDAY. Ship J L Dinmiock, Lincoln, for Liverpool British bark Maudsiie, Gale, for Liverpool Steamer Bee ainl bargee. Gull, for St Louis ARRIVED "YESTERDAY. Bark Norton, Maine, 67 davs from Bremen via Key West, to master-—district Schooner J L Somers, Wilson. 5 davs from Brazos Santiago, -anks ox Leavcralt—2d district PT . T0WB0A7P. Heiome. Brown, from the Passes—Towed do^i and to sea, 28th insta^*, ship Belfthaven ai d schooner G Lanata—Brought up bark Nonon and schooner J L SomerB ' STEAMBOATS. W S Pike. Brown, from Vicksburg. Southwestern, Lewis, from Shreveport. Lessie Taylor. Kenison. from Washington. B L Hodge No 2. Heinn. from Cample, Mary, Carroll, from Mobile. BELOW C0MINQ HP. Ship Alhambra, Chisholm, from Liverpool June 5, to master— EXPORTS. LIVERPOOL—Ship J L Dimmo^k—2963 baies of cotton 60 hhds tobacco 2400 staves ST LOUIS—Steamer Bee and barges—178 bbls sal soda 149 pkgs earthenware LIVERPOOL—Bark Maudsiie—1417 bales cotton 1200 staves IMP0RT3. INDIANOLA VIA GALVESTON—Steancphin Har lan—82 bales cotton 10 bales hides and sundries MOBILE—Steamer Mary—94 bales cotton and sundries • BE0EIPT3 OF PB0DU0E. VICKSBURG—Steamer W. S Pike—209 bales of cotton 15 sks seed cotton and sundries ' SHREVEPORT—Steamer Southwestern—293 halos cotton 303 head cattle and sundries WASHINGTON—Steamer Lessie Tavlor—7 bates cotton 182 head cattle and sundries CAMPTE—Steamer B L Hodge No 2—151 bales of cotton (1 new) 253 sks cotton seed 139 head cattle and sundries BY THE BAH.ROADS. NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND GREAT NORTH ERN RAILROAD, Angust 4—44 bbls whisky and sundrv produce MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAINCOAT, August 4— II sks cotton seed 1 bbl molasses 24 b. 1 ■ moss 186 head cattle *27,132 in currency and sun dries SUCCESSION NOTICES, Succession of John Itnreshide—No. 34,775 QECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THB PARISH OF O Orleans.—^Whereas, John H. Itareshide has pe titioned the court for letters of administration on the estate of the late John Rareshide, deceased intestate: Notice is hereby given to all whom it may conceit), to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petitionei should not, be granted. By older of the Court. aul 5 9 _ M. O. TRACY, Clerk. Succession o|' Widow Marius Flory—No, 34,572. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the credit ors of this estate, aud to all other persons herein interested, to show eanse within ten davs from the present notification, if any they have or can, why the account presented by the administrate® of this estate should not be homologated a»d approved, and the funds distributed in ac cordance therewith. Bv order of the Court. jy29 au3 7 M. O. TRACY. Clerk. Niccessionof Henry Klasiug—No. 33.35N. OKCONU DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PA1U.YU to of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to tlie creditors of ties estate and to all other persons herein interested, to show cause within ten days from the present notification, if anv they have or can, why the Account presented by the admin istratrix of this estate should not be homologated and approved, and the funds distributed in ac cordance therewith, and whv the said admimsfra trix should rot be discharged. By order of the Court. jy29 au3 7_ M. O. TRACY, Clerk. 5ucceHaiou of Guatave riouiat Dufoesai— No. 34,769. QBCOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OP k5 Orleans—Whereas, Theodore Soniat Dufossat has petitioned the court for letters ot admin istration on the estate of the late Gustave Soniat Dufossat, deceased, notice is herebv given to all whom it may concern, to show cause, within teD days, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. M. O. TRACY. Clerk. By order of the Court. jy30 an4 8 Succession of James 33,942. McQuoid — No. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the creditors of tins estate, and to all other persons herein interested, to show eanse withiu ten days rrom the present notification, if anv they have or can. why the secoi d provisional account pre sented by the administrator in this estate should i ot be homologated and approved! and the funds distributed in accordance there' with. M. O. TRACY. Clerk. By order of the Court, ao2 7 11 • Succession of Etiznbeth Laura Johnson— No. 34,386. T S ECOND DISTRICT COUR? FOR THB PARISH of Orleans—Notice is hereby given to the cred itors of this estate, and to all other persons herein interested to show cause within ten days from the present notification, if anv they have or can, why tht account presented by the adminis trator in this estate should not be homologated and approved, and the funda distributed in accord ance therewith. By order of the Court. iy'30 au4 8 _M. O.-TRACT. Clerk. Succession of Mrs. Mary O'Brien, de ceased Wife of James Crayne—No. 34 , 3 tfe. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given t-o the creditors of this estate, and to ail other persons bei-ein interested, to show cause within ten days from the present notification, if any they have or can, why the account presented By the testa mentary executor in this estate, "should not be homologated and approved, and the funds dis tributed in accordance ther By order of the Court. au4 913 aerewith. M. O. TRACY, Clerk. S^AMBOATS. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis aad Cairo. Leave* positively on SATURDAY, August 5, at 5 P. K. For 81. Louis, Cairo, Memphis, Vicksburg and the Bends—The great iron steamer JOHN T. MOORE, W. T. Boardman, Master; Loyhd Waldbi», Clerk; Will leave as above. For freight or passage, apply on board or to .SINNOTT It ADAMS, 11 Commercial place. JOHN F. DOUGLAS, 4 Tchoupiioulae street, The Moore will take freight for Cincinnati with privilege of resbipping by railroad at Cairo. au4 St. Louis and New Orleans Packet Com pany. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Illinois Central Railroad Packets. For St. Lonis, Cairo, Mem> pill., Helena, month of White river. Greenville, Vicksburg and -Jthe Bends—The fine passenger steamers of this line will leave as follows, viz: BELFAST.............!..........SKIIAM, Master SATURDAY. August 5, at 5 P. SI. Giving through hills of lading to all points on the Memphis and Charleston railroad, Nashville aud Northwestern railroad, and Memphis and Ohio rail road. Through Tickets furnished at the lowest rates to all points East, West and North, by all the various routes via Slemphis, Cairo and St. Louis. Stateroimis secured at General Office, No. 104 Common street. A. A. WOODS, General Agent, No. 194 Common street. C. G. WAYNE, Freight Agent, No. 37 Natchez street. JOHN N. BOFINGER, President, for all freights over the Illinois signed at the office of JAMES T. TUCKER, No. 26 Carondelet street. Bills of ladin, Central railroa jy« CAI RO. NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD *ND BLUE LINE, VIA CAIRO, Will Take Freight from New Orleans on first-class steam LFAVTNG DAILY. AT FIVB P. M.. FOR Cairo, Chicago, and All Points North, West and East, at the Lowest Rates. All rates and all through bills of lading from New Orleans by above route given, Bigned and recog nized only at the General Office of the Company, No. 26 Carondelet street. Shippers bv this route save all drayage and trans fer charges at Cairo, and their goods anr always under cover, and no charges are made for forwdar inp. JAMES T. TUCKER, 1*14 • General Agent. KET> RIVER. passenger Kouns' Red River Mail Line. Leaves TUESDAY', August 8, at 5 P. M. h For Shreveport and Jeffer son direct—The fine steamer TIDAL WAVE, a W. T. Scovell, Master Will leave as above. For through receipts and tickets apply to JOHN KOUNS ii CO., au5 Canal Street Ferry Office. PERMANENT Alt RANGE.RENT. Regular Alternate Saturday Packet. For Jefleroon. Shreveport, Loggy Bayou, CuiiBhatta. Grand Ecore, Alexandria, and all way points on Red river—The A No. 1 light, draft passenger and freight steamer CHARLES II. DURFEE. Jos. A. Aiken, Master, Chas. W. Drown, Clerk, will leave for the above points as follows: Saturday," August 14. Saturday. August 26. Saturday, September 9. Saturday, September 23. MaSes close connection at Loggy Bavoii with steamer Miuden for Minden, auu at Shreveport with boats for Caroline Bluff. Leaves Jefferson on opposite Saturdays. For freight or passage apply on board, or to R. F. BRITTON, 135 Gravpjr street. Jyl6 LORD k 51cPEAKE, 70 Gravier street. 5, of sal of of ■ OPKLOHSAS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Leaves TUESDAY, August S. at 5 P. M., k For Opelousas. Washing ii' t -n. Port Barre.Churchill.Simms port, Kirk's Landing and all laud lings on the Atchafaiava nver and Kayon Corn-tableau—The new light draught steamer . TRENTON. B. R. Splanb, Master; T. Tobin, Clerk. Will leave as above, taking freight for Bayou Dcs Glaize. Big Cane, etc., connecting at Churchill with steamer Camelia. The Trenton being a very light draught boat, will be able to gp through regularly to Washington without detention. au5 _^C0NSTAJBLES'. SALES. Joattjph Martin Alva vs. .Mr. and Mrs. Williams Johns—Third Justice Court fur the B pa isli of Orleans, No. 6127. Y VIRTUK OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS to me directed Oy the Horx John P. Montamat. Third. Justice of the Peace im and for the pariah of Orleans, 1 will proceed to sell at public auction, on SATURDAY, August 5, 1871, at 12 M., at mv warehouse, No. 38 Exchange alley, the following property, to wit— ONE LOT FURNITURE. Seized in the above entitled and numbered suit, as per inventory deposited at my office. Terms—Cash on the spot. WILLIAM WEEKS, je25 anl 5 Constable Third Justice Court. Ellen Burn" vs. J. C. Delony—Sixth Justice Court, Parish of Orleans No. 4997. B y virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed by the houoiable .sixth Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Or'eans. I will proceed to sell at public auction at my warehouse, No. 231 St. Andrew ptreet, on MONDAY, August 14, 1871, at twelve o'clock M.— A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Seized in the above entitled and numbered enit. Terms—Cash on the Bpot in United States cur rency. au5 9 13 JAMES MOORE, Constable. Hugh Smith vs. John l.endon—First Jus tice Court. No. 1563. B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS. TO me directed by the Hon. H. M. Dibble, First Justice of the Peace, in and for the parish ot Or leans, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at P. Hatpin's stables, St. Joseph, between Magazine and Foueiier s reet, on MONDAY, August 14,1871, at ten o'clock A. M.— One bay HORSE and HARNESS. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes. nu4 8 13 DANIEL CROWLBY, Constable. Kobert Strong vs. Mrs. Eubank—Sixth Jus tice Court for the parish of Orleans. B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS TO me directed by the honotable Sixth Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at public auction, on THURS DAY, August 10,1871, at my warerooms, No. 231 St. Andrew street, at twelve o'clock M.— A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Seized in the above entitled suit. Terms—Cash on the spot in United States treas ury notes au2 6 10 JAMES MOORE," Constable. Srot __ ______________ First Justice Coikt, parish of Orleans, Nos. 1595 Shropshire dt Brother vs. F. Dumonteil— First Jusl' and 1596. B Y VIRTUE OF TWO WRITS OF FIERI FACIAS to me directed by the Hon. H. M. Dibble, First Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at public auction, on FRIDAY, August 15, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., at No. 150 Jnlia street, the following described prop erty, to wit— One lot of WINES and LIQUORS. Seized in the above entitled suit. au4 10 15 DANIEL CROWLEY, Constable. Michael Oraill vs. John McComb—First Justice Court for the parish of Orleans. No. 1611. B Y VIRTUK OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS TO ME directed by the Hon. H. M. Dibble, First Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at public Motion, on WEDNESDAY, Angust 9, 1871, at my warehouse, No. 139 Julia street at twelve o'clock M.— The articles seized in the above entitled suit, as per inventory on file in my office. Terms—Cash on the spot. jy30 au5 9 DANIEL CROWLEY. Constable. LEGAL NOTICES. THE STATE OF 1UISIANA. LOUIS FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF OCEANS, NO. 2736. N. MILLER VS. HIS CREDITORS. I T IS ORDERED THAT THE CREDITORS OF the petitioner be notified to appear oeforel * * - " ~ ubUo i - lohn Li. l.areeche. Esq., notary public in this iity.on SATURDAY, August 12, 1871, at ten o'clock 4, M., to take into consideration the application of John L. Lareeche, Esq., no lATUEDAY, August ake into considers the petitioner for a respite, and in the meantime let ail judicial proceedings i property be stayed. New Orleans, Julj PAUL E. THEARD, Judge of the Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, acting daring absence of Jndge Charles Leaumont. A true copy: / F. A. LUMINA it, Deputy Clerk. Clerk's offioe, July 31fl871. aul 510 in this i o'clock application of the meantime proceedings against his person and yed. leans, July 8,1871. K. the to STEAMSHIPS. BREMEN North German Lloyd. STEAM BBT WEEN BREMEN AND NEW OI? LKAN8 VIA HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVANA. The Steamships of the North 'German Lloyd will resume their regular trips as follows: From Bremen). KOLN..........September 16. FRANKFURT.. October .. 7. HANNOVER... .October... 28. From New Orleans October.. 21. November 1L December 2. Touching outward at Havre and Havana, and on their home trip, at Havana and Southampton, to land and receive passengers and freight. Later days of departure will bd advertised here after. PRICES OF PASSAGE Frem Bremen, Southampton or Havre to Havana or New Orleans: CABIN.............................$130 gold. STEERAGE........................ 40 gold. From New Orleans or Havana to Southampton, Havre or Bremen: CABIN........................»....$ffiO gold. STEERAGE...............'......... 45 gold. From New Orleans to Havana: CABIN.........................$50 currency. 8TEERAGE.................... 30 currency. Passage tickets from Bremen, Southampton or Havre to New Orleans issued by the undersigned. For further particulars apply to ED. F. STOCKMEYER k CO., Agents, jy25 ly 42 Union street. THE CRUM WELL LINE. For New York Direct. This Line is composed of the Steamship* GEORGE WASHINGTON, CORTR8, GEORGE CROMWELL ST. LOUIS. The Steamship CORTES, WHITMAN, (Commander. SUNDAY, August 6, at 8 A. M. Will leave her wharf , foot of Toulouse street, u above. Passage..............................$50. Freight for Liverpool, Bremen and Havre taken by this line, and through bills of lading giTen fot the same. For freight or passage apply to ALFRED MOULTON, au28 No. 41 Carondelet street. FUR NEW YORK. MERCHANTS STEAMSHIP LIN*. Comprising the first-class steamship* CRESCENT CITY.........Captain Miner B. Crowell. SHERMAN....................Captain A. Bianehard. GENERAL MEADE.........Captain A. W. Sampson. UNITED STATES...............Captain- MISSISSIPPI...................Captain W. P. Henrr. WESTERN METROPOLIS......Captain H. S. Quick. EMILY B. SOLDER..........Captain B. F. Burdick. SAILING FROM NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT—Tk* •steamship MISSISSIPPI. W. P. HENRY, Commander. Will leave her wharf, foot of Jefferson street, on SATURDAY, August 5, at 5 P. M. These steamer* have superior accommodation! for passengers. Cabin Passage............................$50 Steerage Passage......................... 25 Billa^of lading signed through to Liverpool, Gla* ' Hamburg. Through tickets for erage passengers for Liverpool and the Continent, connecting with Goion's Line of st-Ciass and steerage passengers for Liverpool d the Continent, connecting with Goion's Line of Steamers, sailing from New York every Wednesday For freight or passage, apply to LOW A LUDWIG8BN, No. 190 Cetnmon street. The steamBhip GENERAL MEADE will follow, leaving on SATURDAY, August 12. at 5 P. M. oc30 LOTTEEIES. RAWING OF THE LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY FOR AUGUST 4, 1571. CLASS 184. * 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 | 10 11 12 13 20 28 15 45 51 i 59 37 ! 40 3 z — The above drawings ore published in all the prin ipal papers, and are drawn in public daily at the oorns of the company. In-ormation furnished and prizes cashed by HOWARD, SIMMONS A CO., Contractors. St. Charles street, corner Union, New Orleans. Witness our hands at New Orleans, Xoiiismua, this fourth day ef August. 1871. * H. PBKALTA, ADAM GIFFEN. ___ Commissioner*. BEWARE OF BOGUS LOTTERIES. ap28 UUISJLANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated August 17,1863. CHARLES T. HOWARD................PRESIDENT. SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY. SPLENDID SCHEME—ONLY 20,000 NUMBERS. Capital Prize............850,000. CLASS L. BE DRAWN AT NEW ORLEANS Saturday, Angust 19, 1571. HOWARD, SIMMONS A CO., Contractor*. SCHEME: 20,000 Number*—Ticket* Only 820. TO ON of 1 prize of $50,000 1 prize of 30,000 is............ 1 prize of 20,000 is............ ........... 20 000 1 prize of 10,000 Is............ ........... 10,000 1 prize of 9,000 is............. ........... 9,000 1 prize of 8,000 is............. ........... 8.000 I prize of 7,000 IS............ ........... 7,000 1 prize of 6,000 is............. ........... 6.000 i prize of 8,000 1 prize of 4,000 fl............. ........... 4)000 1 prize of 3,000 a............. .., ....... 3,000 1 prize of 2.000 8. . . ........ ........... 2.000 1 prize *f l,(Ml 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1.000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1.000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 'are,..... ... .. K 000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1.000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of i.ooo 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 50 prizes ot 500 are..,.,.---- ........... 25,000 317 prizes of 200 are........... .......... 63,400 440 12,600 i. amounting to....................$280,400 ole Tickets, $20; shares in proportion. Prizes payable without deduction. Orders to be addressed to CHARLES T. HOWARD, Lock box 692, Postoffice, New Orleans. Send post-office money order, or register your let ter. WOOD—COAL. -COAL. £(OAL.............WOOD.......... SPENCER FIELD, JR., DKALKR IX Pittsburg, Anthracite and Cannc l Coal, Which he offers at the lowest market rates, afthe old stand, % Comer Camp and Girod Streets. Also, ASH, OAK and PINE WOOD constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest market rates at NO. 261 MAGAZINE STREET, NEAR POETFARRB. Orders for Wood and Coal received at either office will be promptly filled. I? 3 # 3 ' SPENCER FIELD. JR. " J MELD <V BELL, -- (Spxsckr Field. Jr —Walter o. Bell, ) Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Pittsburg, Anthracite and English Cannel COAL, Also, ASH OAK and PINB WOOD. Steamship. steamboats, cotton presses, foundries andfemiif?. promptly .nppled at the lowest market rates. Mafe office 147 Camp street, corner Girod. Braneb 261 Maga«ine street t^»r Poevftrra, 2^"** MACHINERY. ^K-IISTEONG-S FOUNDRY AND BOILER MANUFACTORY, Comer of Erato and New Levee street*, NEW ORLEANS, LA. W. J. J. AR MS TRONG, Manager. °L,T ertlcal »ud Horizontal Steam MiU *> Draining Machine*. Saw *** d Gearing, IronColnmns and Front«_of Buildings Furnace Month* Grate Bars, Bm* Black, Revtviiers, Ohm Retort*, Railroad .Cow Pressure, Locomotive Fine and RAHiEOADS. gPBCIAL NOTICETO SHIPPER* OF Nbw Orlkaks, Mobil* a.vd Texas Railroad Ne~ — ' ' ' Commencing ________ rates will He advanced_to fit than regular card#a Sew Orleans, La., Angust 2, 18 ^ 1 . 5 MONDAY. August^ 7. 1871, freight cent few, itea. WILLIAM 3. PHELPS ~ General Freight Agent. ^OTICE TO SH IPPE RS. Nrw Orleans Jackson and Or rat Northern) Railroad Company, Freight Office, > New Orleans, Angust 1,187L > In accordance with instructions from Mississippi Ontral Railroad, no freight will he received at this depot for shipment to points on the line of the Mississippi Central Railroad, unless the same is S lainlv marked with the name of consignee and estinatioa in full, EDWARD A BURK. ai *l l°t ___Freight Agent rjto THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND GREAT NORTH ERN RAILROAD.. SPECIAL NOTICE. Until further notice, passengers to all point* North, East and West will leave New Orleans from the depot, Calliope street. Way, Mail and Passenger, leare Daily (Sundays excepted), at............ 7:43 A. E, Magnolia Accommodation, Daily (Sun days excepted) at.................. 4:00 P. V, Night Express, leave Daily, at........ 5:30 P. M. Night Express, arrive Daily, at........10:25 A. M. Magnolia Accommodation, arnveDaily (Sundays excepted), at........:...11»30 A. M. Mail and Passenger, arrive Daily (Sun days excepted , at..................10:00 P. M. Night Express will stop only at Hammond and Amite, south of Magnolia. Five Hours and ageage checked from residence to destination, berths secure^ in Pullman Palace Cars as Half Quicker than any Other Line. Bag and usual. Tickets for sde at No. 22 Camp street, comer of Common street, and at depot foot of Lafayette street, on the levee, S. E. CAREY, General Tickets Agent, New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad, D. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent. Mississippi Cental Railroad. S. W. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent. ap22 u J^EW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAS RAI LROAD. Chance of Schedule. On and after MONDAY, May 15,1S72, passenger trains will run as follows: 11 A. M. Day Express arriving at Mobile at 5 P. M., connecting with through trains of the Mo bile and Montgomery and Mobile and Ohio Rail roads, for all Northern and Eastern cities. Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cai s are run through •n*his train from Mobile, without change, to Louisville, via Humboldt, and fr^ 'ftnsa* (near Mooile) to Cleveland, Tennessee, via "Blue Mountain Route." On SUNDAYS train will leave New Orleans at 8 A. M. 2:30 P. M. Accommodation to Ocean Springs, stoo ging at^ all the watering-places, arriving at Springs at 6:36 P." M. This trainVOl stopfer passengers at tie French Market, foot of Elysiau Fields street, and Claiborne street, in New Orleans, and at the Signal Station* off the Coast. It will net run on Stindavs* Evening Express, arriving at Mobile at 11915 P. *, connecting with the Mobile and Ohio railroad, and at Meridian with the Ala bama and Chattanooga railroad for all point* North and East. This train runs DAILY. Through freight trains each wav DAILY, and freight received at foot of Julia street, before 5 P. M., delivered at Mobile early nejet morning. Through bills of lading signed foir all points on Mo bile and Ohio and Mobile and Montgomery road* and their connections. Rates as low as by any other route. For through tickets or information in regard to rates, apply at the office of the company, corner of Camp and Common streets (Story building), oppo site City HoteL . J. it KENDRICK, myl4 WILLIAM Bn DELL General Superintendent. i. Ticket Agent. rjpO THE EAST.........TO THE EASY Via Louisville and Ohio and MiasiMlpte Railway. The completion ot the bouisvllie Division *f this road, and the splendid equipment for passenger travel, makes this the BEST ROUTE TO CINCINNATI, un> ALL POINTS EAST AND NORTHEAST. THREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, With direct connection^ from the south fur C(St» cinuati WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. Be sure and ask for tickets via Louisville and the Ohio and Mississippi Railway, for sale at ail prin cipal ticket offices in the South," and m LouiaviS* ag. the General Office of the Company, corner Fourth and Marin streets, also at Galt House and LcuiaviH* line and Willard Hotels. N.-B.—Tickets to Cincinnati and point* East, vj*. this line, are good on mail line steamer*, »-.a M,u line tickets are good on this road. CHARLES B. FOLLETT, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 8u Louie. J. L. GRISWORD, General Superintendent, St. Louie. THOMAS BOR WIN JyS ly General Southern Agent, Louisville. s PECIAL NOTICE. 5t. Louis, Iron Mountain anu Sootktn Railroad. THB ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTB To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San Francisco, Bt Paul, Kansas City. Leavenworth, St. Joseph, And all Point* North, East and West. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Det>o» daily, at 7 A. M. and 5 P-M. , AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of Canal streak daily at 11 A. M., via the New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga Railroad, making close connec tions at Mobile with the Mobile ar.d Ohio B -n road to ail points North, East and West. For tickets apply to A. D. SHELDON, Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad, corner Camp aad Common streets, under City Hotel; or to ~ W. BEDELL, Ticket Agent Neyr Orleans, Mobile aud Chattanooga Railroad, corner Camp and Commen streets Story Building, opposite City Hotel. H. WINGFIELD, General Superintending Agent 8t. Louis, Iron Moun id Southern Railroad. ,no24 tain and jpA55ENGEtt» GOING EAST, VIA LOUISVILLE Ok CAIRO. Should purchase Tickets by the ERIE AND ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTE RN R AIL WA Y. Forming the be»t and most comfortable Lttio to New York, Boston and Northern aud Atiantdoolffe* with magnificent Palace Combined Day i—^ eight Coaches, through to New York without change. Two Lightning Express Train* Dally. This is the only Line from Cincinnati to New York under one management; the only Line from Cincinnati to New York without break of gangei the only Line whose trains run through to New York without change; the only Line running coaches through without using compromise wheela. the only Line running Palace Broad Cange Coaches through without change. If you desire prompt tune and certain e<mne© ^" eBt ■ ce P®ry on the Continent, most com fortable cars in the world, most magnificent AinU-g haUs and ample tune for meals, and the safestbe** the m ° 8t °° mfortabIe route, go to New Yorkby Erl* aad Atlantic and "Great Weitm Railway. * tal,tieket * offioe _ , „ ^LLIA$l R. BARR, General Passenger Agent. New York. ~ W. B. 8HATTUC, Je2 1 GeD * ral Southern Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. FOUNDRIES. Q.BOBGK GBONAN, (Successor to Bennett k Larges,) SOUTHERN ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS, Corner Magnolia and Erato streets. Near Jackson Railroad Depot, New Orleans, Louisiana. Blackzml thing and Housework in general, Vault*, 8tore Front*, etc., made to order at the shortest notice. Office at the Foundry au23 ly EDUCATIONAL. rjlHE NEW ORLEANS MILITARY HIGH SCHOOL, 188..............Rare street..............isgj (Between Coliseum and Camp), Conducted by T. B. EDWARDS and SAM. H. LEWIS graduates of the Louisian* Military University; Will preoare pupil* to enter the Sophomore ee Jtunor Class of the Louisiana State Military Uni versity. nr any other college in the United State*. ^sn t Hr" ,ttaoi#4 HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS gAZARAP RESTAURANT, l ®...............Royal Street. BY 8PAJHCIO. «i* beat of Wine* and Li elegant) .14 of ewwytbing in the market, and pur* and Liqnar*. at down town price*. Tabi* •legant. Walter* polite sad attentive.