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change in the position of the yachts, they came in as follows: Schooners Sappho atf3:53 P. M., Madgie at 4:07 P.M.. Dreadnaught at 4:01, Palmer at 4:04, Alarm at 4:19, Tital Wave at 4:'2I, Rambler at 4:30, Foam at 4:3:2. Sloops Gra de at 4:3-i, Sadie at 4:31. Vindex at 4:36, The Madgie and Sadie take their respec tive prizes by time allowance. Later —The yacht race for the Commo dore cup failed, no vessel reaching home within the prescribed time. Providence, R. I., August 23 .—The crew of the steamer Wyoming, abandoned at sea, have landed salely. Weather Report. War Dxpartmfst, ) Office Chief Signal Officer, ) Washington, August 22, 1871, 7:30 P. M. J SYNOPSIS OF THE PAST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS. The rain which prevailed Monday fore noon in Nebraska and northward is now * ontitled to Iowa, and the barometer lias risen in Minnesota. The area of high pres sure which was then advancing upon New England, now extends to Micliigau arid North Carolina, and the low barometer which was oil' the coast of South Carolina has been apparently pushed to" the South west. The temperature has been highest to-day in Tennessee and southward- Fresh and brisk w inds in the northeast and southeast have prevailed along the Atlantic coast. Cloudy and threatening weather has cleared away from the Middle and Eastern States, but continues with rain from Nortb^Caro lina to Florida. Telegraphic communication with southern Florida is not yet restored, hut it is believed a severe sti rm must be in progress off its northeastern coast. Smoky and hazy weather continues from Lakes Erie and Michigan southward to Alabama and Texas, and the barometer has fallen during the day decidedly from Lake Ontario to Michigan. PROBABILITIES. The light local storms are probable for To night in Illinois and westward, and an area of low barometer,with threatening weather, will be developed over the lower lakes. Rising barometer, with easterly winds, will probably continue on tlie middle Atlantic coast. Cloudy and threatening weather will probably continue on Wednesday in the South Atlantic States, with increasing cloudiness south ward to Texas, aud a severe storm on the Georgia coast. River Intelligence. Southwest Pass, August 22, 6 P. M.— Barometer 29:95. Wind west northwest, very light. No arrivals or departures. Memphis. August 22.—Weather clear aud pleasant. River stationary. Down: Mary Poe and Colorado. Vicksburg, August 22.—Passed down: Ouachita Belle at 5 A. M., Susie Silver at 3 P. M., Atlantic and barges at 6 P. M., W. £. Pike at? P. M. Passed up: Tom Jasper at 2 A. M., City of Alton at 10 A. M., Bismarck at 1 P. M. "Warm and clear. River falling. Cincinnati, August 22.—River four feet six inches, falling. There are four boats aground four miles above the city. St. Louis, August 25.—Arrived: R. P. Watt and Grand Tower from Memphis, Clarksville from Louisville, Minnie lrorn White river, Falls Pilot from Cairo, Rubi con from New Orleans, Marble City from Vicksburg. Departed: Kellogg and barges for Cairo, M. J. Wicks for New Orleans, Julia for Vicksburg. The liver is still falling, but the channel to Cairo is improving by the cutting out process. The barge company has reduced freight to-day to the following rates: Flour 65c, hay 50c, pork $1, pound freight 35c. The steamers will fall to the same figures to-morrow. The Foutenelle, which sunk in Missouri river Monday, was owned by Captain John Shaw. There was $30,000 insurance, of which $20,000 in Ibttsburg offices. Weather clear and very warm. Louisville, August *22.—The river is stationary, with twelve inches in the chute, and five feet scant on Portland bar. Four and a half feet reported on Grassy Flats, and two feet at French Island. Business dull. Wharf receipts l'or*tw<o weeks ending Saturday, $884, Pittsburg, August 22.—Weathe.r clear aDd very warm. The Monongahela river is stationary, with sixteen inches in the chan nel. MARKETS. Domestic Markets. New York. August 22. —Cotton strong; sales 1183 bales; uplands 18%.:. Flour: Southern firmer; common to fair extra $.5 65 a )5 80. Whisky lower at 93Vic. Wheat closed heavy at $ l 40 »1 46. Corn a shade lower at 67®67%o. Pork firm at $13 62% a $13 75. Lard quiet. Freights firm. Coffee very firm: 1500 bags Rio Porto Rico at 14 a 16Vac. Sugar active; 95 lihds at 9®9%c; Culm 9% a I0%o. Porto Rico molasses dull. Beef dull; 7c for plain mess; 11 ® 14c for ex tra mess. Fieights: per sail—corn K%d, cotton 3-16d; per steam—wheat 9V4d. Cincinnati, August 22.—Flour firm at $5 40®5 60. Cotton: middling 18<: l*%e. Wheat: demand fair $ I 12®1 16. Corn 51® 52c. Rye steady at 63® 66c. Oats 32 a- 38c. Barley quiet at 80® 90c. Mess pork $12 .50. Lard quiet and unchanged; 9c asked; X'ic offered. Bulk meats; shoulders 5c, rib 6%c, aough sides 6V4c. Bacon; shoulders 6c. rib 7c, sides 7%c. Sugar cured hams, full prices. 13Vs®14V4c. Hogs'scarce and firm: $4 30« . 4 80. Cattle dull and declined25c; best j grades at 4®4 50. Whisky steady and in j moderate demand., * 1 St. Louis, August 22. — Flour dull ami un- j changed: superfine fallfl, 4 25 ami .5; family ! $6. Wheat: No, 2 $1 26® 1 27. Com dull ; and unchanged. Oats firm at 32% a 34c. Rye steady; No. 2 52c. Bariev: Iowa si rag 1 72%c. Whiskv 90c. Mess poik dull; ;ob- i bing and.order lots $12 50® 12 75. Bacon dull; shoulders 6%c; rib sides 7%c; s'des 7 % c. Hogs firm at $1 25® 5 30. Cattle un changed. Foreign Markets. Liverpool, August 22, Evening. — Cotton unchanged. Manchester news less favora ble. Weather wet. ('nnton Cotton Factors'. We copy this from the Canton Mail, to show what is doing in the manufacture of cotton in that enterprising town : Igist week we had a very pleasant visit to the Canton Cotton Factory. We had not seen this institution since its walls v. ere only about as high as those ot Rome when Remus jumped over them in contempt for the work of brother Rom. We found, somewhat to our surprise, iliat the bats were buzzing away at a considerable rate. Mr. Ilintermister took us through, and told ns a great deal more about it than we can can tell you, Mr. or Mrs. or Miss Reader. In fact, we doti't know exactly what we do see when we see a cotton factory. We can't tell what is what, precisely. But we gath ered this much : They were already manu facturing bats, and they expect very shortly to he making cotton seed oil: and then it won't be long before they will he spinning yarns (We don't use the last ex pressiou figuratively.) Really, the cotton factory is a sucees—we don't Hesitate to so pronounce it. There is no mortgage resting over it—no liability of the kind. The pres ident, Colonel Singleton, has steered, the af fairs clear ol that.J The tub stands on its < w.i bottom. It is "heart-whole and fancy iiee," as the girls say, and if the first love, the original stock holders, will stick by it, go forward and pay up amounts of abates, the investment wijl be like bread cast on the waters. The hat ting department already pays. To those who wish to see the "pride of the village," we, recommend a visit to our cotton factory. We feel entire confidence in its success un der the supen idon of that energetic aud experienced gentleman. .Mr. J. H. Hinter mister. The moiiution is on the highway to success. Onryoung friend, Mr. VilleingeT, too (be passes lor young), seems to be as thoroughly enamored with the enterprise, and wears as bright a face as a young bridegroom. He. too. is a thorough and efficient officer. The institution is certainly in capital hands. I\ Sinck the above incoherent, rapidly penned lines were, written, we have received the following: Filterof Mai': . The first carload of the Canton Cotton Company's fabrics left Canton to-day direct ,/or St. Louis. _ J. n. HINTERMISTER. Superin tenueRt. August 18, 1871. Monetary—Commercial. MO NETA RY. OFFICE OF THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, > TrKSDAT Bvxiuwa, August 22, 1*71. I •The money market is about the same as reported lor the last fortnight. There is probably a slightly better demand for dis counts, hut, with an abundant supply of loanable funds at bank, it has not been suf ficient to cause any change; on the street little or nothing is doing. We still quote as street rates 8 4? cent P annum lor A1 notes with unquestionable collaterals; 8 a 10 for good do and A1 short business paper without collaterals; 12® 18 for good aud second grade business paper without collaterals; 10® 12 for A1 long do and 9®— for A1 mortgage notes, aud 10 a 12 for good and second grade. Gold opened at lll 3 4®112 (against 112% at New York) and closed at ]11%®112 (against 112%). The movement continued ou a limited scale, the sales including $1000 aud $2000 at 111%, $2000 aud $.5000 at UPi, $4000 and $9000 at 112, and $1500 at 112%. In silver $1250 in American half dollars sold at 107, and $1000 at 10~%. We quote 106%®107% for these, and 2®2% P centuremium in gold (Tominal) for Mexi can dollars. Foreign exchange was slightly irregular, owing to the variations in gold aDtl ex change at New York, tlis market closing rather stiffer than last evening. The sales of steiling embraced £8200, of which £500 ships' bill at 121; £1200 hill of luding at 121 %, anti £2500 A l clear and £3000 Ameri can ships'bill at 121%. Sterling may now bo quoted at 121 % ® 12114 and 121% for good, to A1 bill of lading and clear, aud — a 122 *4 for bank. W e notice a very firm feeling in domestic exchange, and sales at a fraction above yes terday's rates for round sums. The banks all drew ou New York at % P cent pre mium. and the sales included $8000, $15,000 and $22,000 commercial New York sight, at Vs P cent pvemium; $10,000, $15,000, $18, 000 and $25,000 at 3-16; $6000 private bank ers' at Vi; $10,000 bank and $25,000 com mercial at 9-32, and $50,000 bank at 5-16. No round sales of New York gold checks wero reported. Some of the banks drew trifling sums for remittance at %®-l6 p cent premium. Some little excitement was occasioned in Levee bv uews said to be highly favorable to the prospects of the company; $9 25 was bid early in the day, but finding little or none to be had at that price, buyers run the price up to $10 87Vg, after which it weak ened, dropping to $10 25, which was about the closing price. The actual sales re ported were small, 100 shares bringing $9 25 (early), — shares $9 75, — shares $10, 100 shares $10 75, and 35 shares $10 8~%; 5 shares People's Bank sold at $63 50, and .50 Burra Burra copper mine at $8 25. , Nothing transpired in bonds. » Two thousand dollars city appropriation certificates were reported at 94, and $2300 l at 95%. The latter, however, is said to be above the market. Citv treasure notes are nominal. COMMERCIAL. Ti e-day Etksixo, August 22, 2871. Cotton—T he sales to-day embraced U4K) bales, at rather stiffer prices, requiring a slight advauce in our quotations. We give also the Exchange figures, which are for even running ot its types, while ours are for average lists, with the outside rates t for strict: Average Exchange lists. figures. Low ordinaiy..................13 ®14 — Ordinary.......................14 q 3 i 3 > 4 ] 5 q Good ordinary ..................16 ii.it . loV. Low middling..................16\@!7 5 17, Middling ...................... —*— — Strict middling................. — ®— — Good middling................. — a — — The general tenor of crop accounts, and encouraging telegrams from New York, ex cited a stronger feeling, factors being more stringent in their pretensions, and buyers operating with a better spirit. Low ordi nary sold at 13c. strict ordinary as high as 15' je. and low middling at 16%e aud 17c. With a slight addition to yesterday's re port. the sales for the past three days sum up 2600 bales. The receipts since Friday evening comprise 2414) bales, embracing 1136 from other delivery ports, and 1354 proper, against 1682 proper for the corre sponding time last week aud 366 last year: end since August 31, 1.442,285 bales, against 1,140,702 last yesr. The Exchange reports ''demand fair, aud prices a shade firmer; offerings light " COTTON STATEMENT. Stork on hand Septenftier I. 1870—hales 29.696 Arrived since last statement..... 718 Arrived previously City baling from samples, etc Total...................... Cleared to-dav................ Cleared previously............ Burnt.......................... 1,510 558 . 13,583-1,530,859 1,557,555 none .1,528,528 009—1,529,197 Stock on hand and on stiDboard Stock on hand last vear........ 28.358 30,742 Receipts proper since last evening 326 bales, against 2" l on last Tuesday and 96 last year, making an aggregate sin. e Friday evening of 1354 bales, against 1682 for the corresponding time last week and 366 last year, aud since August 31, of 1,142,285 hales, against 1,140.702 last year. Sugar.—R eceived to-day, 23 lihds. There were sales of 21'hhds in three lots at lie for good lair; U-aC for fully lair, aud 12c for prime. Molasses— Received to-day. 16 bbls. f 00 '" plantation lermentmg is quoted at J5 ®25c; good fermenting 25®3oc; lair re fining reboiled 35 ®40c; prime 50e 4*'gallon. ? market is dull ami drooping, T'ifh a large stock on band. Superfine is quoted at $1 62%; double extra $.5 7.5; treble extra $6®0 12%: good treble extra $6 25® b choice extra $6 7P bid. The sales to day were confined to 2000 bids, of wbifh 11* superfine at 7.5:1.50 good treble extra at $6 2,>; 104 do at $625; 70 4lo at $ti 50; 100 choice extra at *6 75; 100 do at $7 25: 75 j do at $7 75; 110 do at $7 90; 100 do at $8, and i -500 good treble extra on private terms, j Corn —Is in good supply and moderate f demand, at previous prices) 5.500 sacks were ! sold to-day, of which 600 ordinary yellow j j and 500 yellow mixed at 66c; 300 ybllow, 200 j i mixed and 500 yellow mixed at 67c; 1000 j white mixed at 69c; 200 and 1000 white at ; 70c p bushel. Oats—A re in good supply and moderate demand at previous prices; 2500 sacks were sold to-day, of which 500, 500 and i0 I" St. Louis at 50c, and 125 barley oats at 55c P bushel. Bran —Is in good supply aDd moderate demand; 150, 50>j and 400 sacks sold at fl 05 s too lbs. H'a y—Is in fair supply and good demand; 1000 bales were sold to day, of which 180 prime old, on its merits, at $28: 50 prime new, on its merits, at $30; DO prime and 50 choice new at $32; 50 and 50 choice new at $33; 150 do at $33 50, and 300 choice St. Louis at $34 P ton. Breakfast Bacon —Forty boxes Western sold, in ten lots, at 944c P lb—a decline. Lard—F orty tierces refined sold at 10 %c P lb. Tierces are quoted at 10% ®10%c - kegs 11 % ® 11 %c P fb. Dry Salt Meat—S houlders are quoted at 5%c P lb. 1'ork— Is very dull, with holders asking $13 75 p bbl for mess, and no sales. It is retailing at $11 25 a 11 50 P bbl. Bacon —Is dull and lower. Shoulders ai'O quoteu at 6% ®7c; clear rib sides 7% ® 7 44c: clear sides 8% ®8%e p lb. Ten casks shoulders sold at 6%c; 30 boxes clear sides at 8%e; 20 tierces choice sugar cured hams at 15® 15%e. and 10 tierces do at 15%c P lb. Poultry and Eggs—C hickens sell on the levee at $3 50® 4 p dozen for young, and $7 ®7 50 for grown, and turkeys at $fs a— P dozen. Good Western eggs bring 20 a 30c P dozen on the levee. Esculents— Potatoes are selling on the levee at $3 ®3 30 P bbl; onions at $3®3 50; apples at $2®3 50, and sour krout at $12® $13 P bbl; cabbages $12® 20 P 100. Rice—T he few lots oi new Louisiana com ing in are sold at8% 2 9c P lb, as in quality. No Carolina here. Butter —Choice is scarce and in fair de mand, but the stock ot inferior is large and there is no call for it. We quote choice Goshen at 33®34c; common 20 a 25c, and choice Western at 20®22c P lb. Cheese— Very dull at 11 ®ll*ic P lb for Western factory and 10c'for Reserve. Corn Meal — Market dull, prices un changed: kiln dried from the levee $3 P bbl. Coffee—N o stock in first hands except one small cargo, which is held for higher prices. Quotations are nominal. Baling Stuffs—D ealers sell India bag ging 18% 919c P yard in rolls, and 19% ® 20c in bales; domestic jute at 21%®23c, and hemp and flax at 21% a 22c P lb. Iron cotton tics 5®5%c P lb, according to quantity. Freights— There is little offering for Liverpool, and the rate remains at %(1. No steam room. For the continent there is scarcely anything doing, and the nominal quotations per sail is lc; coastwise, it is also very dull, and the steamers to New York are taking cotton at %o P lb. Salt - Demand light. Dealers sell Liver pool at $1 40®1 50 P sack for coarse, and $1 75 ®1 80 for tine. When large lots are taken at warehouse by boats, a deduction is made for drayage. Table salt 8c, 7c, 4c and 3c P pocket. Tobacco —Has been dull during the past three days, with sales of only 60 lihds. on private terms. Prices are firm but un changed. River Intelligence. OFFICE OF THE DAILY REPUBLICAN,. Wkdniisday Hoknihm, August 23, 1871. I Weather. Business, etc. —The weather yesterday was pleasant and agreeable, and, although the sun was hot, we had a delight ful breeze during the day, ami everybody seemed to be full of life and animation, and* able to fi.y about hunting up a sharp bargain without fear of being sun struck. Business on the lauding is still rather dull aud mostly confined to the discharging steamers, and they seem to have consider able trouble in getting unloaded on account o e the unusual scarcity of labor, and hence the cost of it exceeds any previous ye.ar. One of our largest steamers lias been hard at work unloading since Sunday morning, and was not finished last evening. The river is still falling, and the marks yesterday evening indicated thirteen feet seven inches below the high water of 1862. The freight tariff remains unchanged from our Yesterday's report. The arrivals yesterday were the Henry Ames, troin St. Louis; John T. Moore, from Cairo; St. John, from Baton Rouge; Bertha and Jennie Howell, from Ouachita river; Thirteenth Era, from Jefferson; Belle Ida, from the lower coast; Flicker, Iron: Bayou Lafourche, and Ruth, from Opelousas. The departures were the Indiana, tor Louisville; Governor Allen, for Vicksburg; Gladiola, for Jefferson, and Henry 0. Yaeger, lor St. Louis. The iron steamer John T. Moore arrived from Cairo yesterday with a full load of freight aud about thirty passengers. She came through, drawing seven feet seven inches, without wetting a spar. She leaves on her return trip to Cairo and St. Louis ou Thursday, the twenty-fourth instant, at 5 P. M. The C. H. Durfee, having all her repairs completed, will come to the wharf to-day. and will leave for Shreveport and Jefferson on Thursday, the twentv-fourth instant, at 5 P. M. The gay Trenton, not finding enough to justify her departing last evening, has laid over until to-day, when she will leave for. Opelousas at 5 P. M., and on her next trip in Thursday, August 31. The Henry Ames arrived yesterday morn ing from St. Louis, with a lull cargo of j Western produce, ami although she, hud ! considerable trouble at Gibson's, she landed j here all right, aud wifi leave ou her return trip on Thursday, August 24. The Tidal Wave passed Bayou Sara last J evening, from Shreveport,.with one of the best trips of the season. Hie will be found at the landing this morning, loading for Shreveport and Jefferson, to leave on Thurs day. August 24. We again call the attention of our City Fathers, Administrator of Commerce, or whosover's business it is to attend to it, to the condition of our levees, and more especially the lower landing, and make some needful repairs, alteration and addi tions to if, so as to prepare and have it ready lor the boats by the time the fall business sets in on us. The commercial editor of the St. Louis Democrat of the nineteenth, in answer to our notice of the cotton that was brought hoie for sale by tue steamer Rubicon..cn her last trip, calls it a "Chicago dodge." He may t ail it what he pi stses, and,he may try to avoid the truth concern.ug the trans action by Lis usual abuse of our city, still we deal in facts, aud can prove it, that the cotton was originally sent to St. Louis f..r sale, but failing to find a purchaser, the owners wero compelled to scud it here to be disposed of, so as to remunerate them for the investment. Don't get jealous, Mr. Democrat ; we are not going to petition to have the capital removed here, lint we do claim to be the head centre of the cotton trade of the world, and are going to main ain it at all hazards. For Cairo and St. Louis.—T he favorite passenger steamer James Howard, R. R. Pegratn, master, with J. H. Chassaing as clerk, departs this day at 5 P. M. for Cairo, St. Louis, and all way landings: connects at Cairo with the Illinois Central railroad, and at St. Louis witli all the railroads North, East and West. For Cairo and St. Lons—The fine passenger steamer City ot Quincy, Jndd West, master, Walter E. Dill, clerk, leaves this evening, positively, at five o'clock, for Memphis, Cairo and St. Louis, and will at tend to all Hvay and plantation business. For Opelousas.—T he light draft, fast running steamer Trenton. B. R. Splnne. master: T. Jobin, clerk, leaves this evening, positively, at live o'clock, lor Washington and all way points. She is one of the reli able, and affords every want to her passen gers. For Alexandria.—T he D. L. Tally, Cap tain W. C. Harrison, Clerk Edward F. Spearing, leaves this evening, at five o'clock, for Alexandria. For Shreveport and Jefferson. —The Steamer Thirteenth Era. Captain C. P. Trus low, Clerk George C. Hamilton, departs this evening, for Shreveport aud Jefferson, ar five o'clock. In London workmen are carried on the railroad* ten miles oneo a day each way for a week for twenty-tiv* corns. Marine Inteillaenee, OFFICE OF THE REPUBLICAN,) Wednesday. August 23, 1871. J CLEARED YESTERDAY. British schooner Salvador, Simpson, for Belize and Pi.ert** C • hallos Schooner Eugenia, Fteirer, for Pensacola ARRIVAL Yo^TE&DAY. Steamship Crescent Citv, Cm*ell, from New York I4tn i: hi. io Low k L ;dv n—2d district Steamship W G !i.*w«*s, Bo. i n . from Indianola and Galveston, to C A Wlutne) iu»o—1st district 9 8TEA.MBO > 3. Thirteenth Era. T- *» Beit.in. b!au. s. riou Both B nrta , from Henry Ames, Jac •*« John T Moore. b» lo»v. from Jefferson. • * chita rivei. ►y isuiUjiton. lVorn St Louis, from Cairo. Jennie HowrII. Hallidny. from Ouachita liver. Nt John. Greathouse. Baton Rouge. Mary, Carroll, from Mobile. SXP0ST8. BELIZE AND PUERTO CABALLOS-9 tcslanl 91 half bbls flour 824 nbis flour 21 bid* potatoes 294 pes lumber 17 bbls oniotis 5H kegs lard 61 sf scorn 15 bales hay 2 tes bacon 3 tes hams 2 bbis perk 1 half bbl «bisky 15 h-M* whisky 2 birds tobacco 2 bbls beef 295 pkgs sundries PENSACOLA—Schooner Eugeni—7b) ski corn 50 sks bran aud oats 50 bbls flour 150 pkgs mdse and sundries rtfPOBTB. NEW YORK—Steamslun Crescent City—Asstd mdse INDIANOLA VIA GALVESTON—Steamship W G Hewes—216 bales cotton if 10,One iu specie y325 in currency 12 bales paper stock 128 bead cattle and sundries MoBILH—Steamer Marv—173 bales cotton 114 bbls flour and sundries REOEIPTjfoF P8QDU0E. ST LOUIS—Steamer Henry Ames—lo bales cotton 3 lihds tobacco 4033 bbls flour 6:5 half bbis flour 408 bales bay anil sundry produce JKFFERSON— steamer Thirteenth Era—125 bales cotton 50 sks cotton seed 2u7 bead cuttle aud sun dries CAIBO—Steamer John T Moore—19 bales cotton 29 hlids tobacco 328 bales hay 3092 obis dour 13u0 sks corn and sirndry produce OUACHITA RIVER—Steamer Bertha—96 bales COttOD 3 0 sks cotton seed and Rnndries WASHINGTON—Steamer Ruth—12 bales cotton 2 bales wool aud sundries OUACHITA RIVER—Steamer Jeuuie Howell 49 bales cotton .42 sks cotton seed and nomine* BATON KOUGE-Steamer St John-4 lihds sugar 6 sks seed cotton 43 sks rice and sundries BY THE RAILROADS. NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AN1) GP.SAT NORTH. ERN RAILROAD, August 22—44 bales cot 1 on and •undry produce MORGAN'8 LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAILROAD August 22—8 balescotton 6 hhds sugar 7 bag* wool' 16 hols molasses 28( head cattle 4000 feet lumber j and sundries STEAMBOATS. CAIRO. NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST. TF.E ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD AND BLUE LINE, VIA CAIRO, Will Take Freight from _ New Orleans on first rlf eteam wmsamm era, LEAVING DAILY. AT FIVE P. M . FOR Cairo. Chicago, and All Points North, West and East, nt the Lowest Rates. All rate* aud all throujefc bills of lading from New Orleans by above route given, signed and recog nized only at the Genera; Office ol the Company, No. in Carondelet street. Shippers by this loute save all drayage and trans fer charges at Cairo, and their goods are always under cover, and no charges are made for forwd&r ing. JAMES T. TUCKER, ]a14 General Agent. ST. LOUIS. FOR CAIRO AND 1ST. LOLIS. Illinois Central Railroad. Leaves THURSDAY, August' ii. ut 5 P. M. -The tine passenger steamer ll ENRY AMES. J. W. Jacobs, Master; Charles W. Porkhov, Clerk; Will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board or to BOFINGeK &. PEORAM, 01123 No. 104 Common street. F'or Cairo and St. Lauia. Leaves THURSDAY, August 24, at 5 P. M. ^ For Cairo and Si. Louts— IThe line passenger iron s>amer JOHN '•.MOORE. W. T. Boardmux Master; Lowd Wai ofs, Cicrk; Will leave as above, f or freight or passage, apply ) ou boaid or to JOHN F. DOUGLAS, 4 Tehoupitmilas street. SINNOTT x ADAMS, 11 Commercial place. an22 RE1) RIVER. PERMANENT ARRANGEMENT. Regular Red River Packet. Leaves on THURSDAY. August 24, »t 5 P. M. For Jeflereon, Shreveport. Loggy Bayou, Grand Bayou, Cou shatta, Grand Kcore, Alexandria, and all way landings ou Red river—The A1 light draft, passenger aud freight steamer CIIAR1.ES h. durfee. Jos. A. Aikbs. Master, Chas. W. L'nowv. Clerk will leave as above. Makes ciose connection at Loggy Bayou with steamer M nden for Maiden, and at Shreveport with boats for Carolina Bluff Leaves Jeflersou on opposite Thursdays, For freight or passage apply on board, or to LORD U SD.'PEAKE. 70 Gravier street. au23 R. F. BRITTON. 135 Graviei street. Koun*' Red River Line. Leaves THURSDAY, August 24, at 5 P. M. ■" |x For Shreveport and Jell'er rO son direct—The tine steamer passenger TIDAL WAVE, W. T. Scovp.ll. Master: K. F. Oillkn. Clerk: Will luavw as above. For freight or |ia-»a<;e. and through tickets ;md receipts, apply 0:1 board, or to JOHN KOFNS & CO., Canal Suee- Fen \Ot£ce, LOkI) A. Mt PEAKE, No. TO Gravier street, R F. BKHTON. No. 135 Gravi-r »treet, CKORGK I). HITfe, No. IT Tchoupitonlas street. au23 OPKLOI SAS. a trim Eli arkangemlnt. Leave* WEDNESDAY. August -*% at 5 P. M.. ^ |v For QpHon^tt*, Wnwliirs ton. Port Barre. Churchill, port, Kirk's Landin'? and all laud* s ou the Atcb&faktxa river and Bayou Corn tableau—The new lij*ht draught steamer TRENTON. B. R. Splane, Hasten Y . Jobin, Clerk. Will leave as alx^e. taking freight for Bayou Des Glriize. Big Cane, etc., connecting at Churchill with steamer Cam* liu. The Trenton b"ing will he aid** to go through regularly to Washington w it hour..detent ion. Foa freight or passage rpplv on board or to W. M SFRLS, Agent, au!5 No. 4 Common street. etc., connecting at Churchill a very light drnngld boa*. BUSINESS CARDS, £<III£AP GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBERS* MATERIALS. SULLIVAN £ BULGER, PLUMBERS AXD GAS FITTERS, 113 Poydmo, next door to Cniiip Dealers iu PLimbing aud Gas hitting Materials. House, ship aud st**a ulxaat worn promptly at tended to. Box No. Mechanics and Dealers' Exchange. au22 ly lyOTIUE..............................NOTICE. DR. O. ANFOUX Has removed liis office aud residence to No. *217 Unoal street, Near Rampart street. Office hours: 12 to 2 and 8 P. M. fyl :<mo E ...................................6. KOIUUS. ASTHAJI Si. 3IOJKRI!*, Manufacturers aud Ddalers in ii RUSH E 8, So. 15 UNION STRKET. BOSTON, an u AKi'FR, GUTMAN dfc CO., Manufacturers of WAGONS, CARTS, DRAYS, TIMBER WHEELS, WHEELBARROWS, ETC.. Manufactory. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Warehouse, No. 82 Carondelet street, NEW ORLEANS. aplf Sl-.ASnilu KEHLK ik CO., ru*is. MEHLE.B. C. 8TEINBACK, J. DONALDSON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR THR SALK OF LIVE STOCK, Stock Landing:, New Orleans. lal ly _ E DVVAKO O'ROURKE, Steam Boiler Manufacturer and Blacksmith, Nos. 183 and 185 Fult.iu.ano 213 New Levee streets, between St. Joseph aud Julia streets. Reside ce No. 380 Clio street. Low Pressure. Locomotive, Flue and Cylinder Boilers-, Clarifiers. Filters and Juice Boxes made at shortest notice; and all work done at this establisnment will be guaranteed equal in point of workmanship andmaterial to any in the citv or el sc win re. )e!5 ly JOHN GRAYER, Proprietor of Phrpnix Stables and Undertaker, Nos. 35,'and 37 Elvsian Fields street, opposite Pontchar train railroad, Third District, New Orleans. Car riages. Barouches, Buggies and Saddle Horses to hire. Horses bought, sold and kept on livery. Patent Metallic Burial Cases, Mahogany, Black Walnut and plain Coffins always on hand. Funer als attended to by the Proprietor, who hopes, by strict atteution to business, to obtain a share ol public patronage. ,j v28 l v H. riPILLMANN, MANUFACTURER AND APPLIEH OP THE BEST Trusses,Brace* and Abdominal Supporters in America or elsewbere. NF.VEN DIPLOMAS awarded at the Louisiana State, Fair, 1870. THREE DIPLOMAS awarded at the (ate Texas State Fair; 1871. I wish to inform the public, that my patent truss, as well as my late patent abdominal supporter, has no equal, and both instruments have no springs, back pads or tbe horrible straps of some fami tar !M*tr luents. Practical mechanical experience of over thirty rears will fully justify me in soliciting your patron age. A trial will convince you that humbug is out done. H. SPILLMANN No. 93 B Tonne street, between Perdido and Union, New Orleans. an3 3mo W ILLIAM bles, 1 ____ PHILLIPS, UNION WTA .„, No. 180 Calliope, near St. Charles street, has every accommodation iu the line of Pleasure and Fani lr carriages such as hacks, brettes, phae tons, buggies, etc., for the use of the public, aud at rates to correspond with the stringency of the times. All hacking done below tariff rates. Or ders for weddings, balls, picnics, races, etc.,wiii be attended to so as to guarantee satisfaction. I am also prepared to hire vehicles (aloue) to par ties having their own burses._ je!6 ly ^JIlARLEri G. SL'HUIufiE, No. 8S Gravier Street, New Orleans. Postofflce Box 1138. Stereotype and Electrotypfcg. .Seal Press Engraving, Die Sinking, Stencil Cutting Designing. Agency for the best Card and Cancel mg Stamps, Red. Black and Blue Ink, Ribbons for Hand Stamps, Stencil Plates, etc. First premium foT bes* fitereotvp* Plate at, last Fair. i»!4 ^ W. SHARPE <Jk UO., (of THE LATH FIRM Of JOT, CO« A OO.) GENERAL ADVERTISING AGENTS, Tribune Buildings, oc21 NEW YORK, STEAMSHIPS. From New Orleans. October.. 21. November 11. December 9. January 14. February 10. A! arek 9. April ti North German Lloyd. STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW OR LEANS VIA HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVANA. The Steamships of the North ■German Lloyd will resume their regular trips as follows: • From Bremera. KOLN..........September 16. FRANKFURT .October .. 7. HANNOVER... .October... 28. KOLN......,----Novemlier 25. FRANKFORT.. December 30. HANNOVER____January 27. KOLN..........February 24. Touching outward at Havre and Havana, and on their homo trip at Havana and Southampton, to •and and receive passengets and freight. Later days of departure will be advertised here after. PRICES OF PASSAGE From 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.............................$150 gold. STEERAGE........................ 45 gold. Fioin New Orleans to Havana: CABIN.........................#50 currency. STEERAGE.................... 20 currency. Passage tickets t'rom Bremen, Southampton or Havre to New Orleans issued by the undersigned. For further particulars apply to KD. F. STOCKMKYER k CO., Agents, jy2S 'y 42 Union street. THE CRUMWELL LINE. For New York Direct. Tins Line is composed of the Steamsa;p» GEORGS WASHINGTON, CORTES, GEORGE CROMWELL ST. LOC7R The Steamship GEO. WASHINGTON, E. E. VAILL, Commander, SUNDAY, August 27, at 8 A. M. Will leave her wha: f, foot of Toulouse street as above. Passage..............................*50. Freight for Liverpool, Bremen and Havre taken by this line, and through hills of lading given lot the same. For freight or passage apply to ALFRED MOULTON, aiiZJ No. 41 Caiondt-let s'roet ftJii NEW YORK. MERCHANTS STEAMSHIP LIN*. Comprising the tirst-claes steamships CRESCENT CITY.........Captain Miner B. Crowe:! SHERMAN....................Captain A. Blanchard. ; GENERAL MEADE.........Captain A. W. Sampson. | UNITED STATES...............Chptain-- i MISSISSIPPI...................Captain W. P. Henry. 1 WESTERN METROPOLIS......Captain H. S. Quick. I EMILY B. SOCDKfi..........Captain E. F. Burdick. SAILING FROM NEW YORK EVERY SATrRCAY. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT—The 'steamship ^ I C RESCENT C ITY, 31. B. CROWELL, Commander, Will leave her wharf, foot of Jefferson street, ©b j SATURDAY, August J6, at 5 P. M. ; These steamers have superior accommodations for psxOvkjDgora. Cabin Passage............................fifO Steerage Passage ......................... 2Z BiV.b of lading signed through to Liverpool, Glss* jow, Bremen and Hamburg. Through tickets fo? rrst-clase and steerage passengers for Liverpool aud the Continent, connecting with Onion's Lin$r of Steamers sailing from New York every Wednesday For freight or passage, apply to LOW k LUBWIOSEN, No. 190 Common street. The steamship MISSISSIPPI will loilow, leavin? on SATURDAY September 2 At 5 P, H ocao FOR NEW YORK DIRECT. To sail on SATURDAY', August 26, at 6 P. M. The steamship EODONA, HOVRT. Commander. Will leave her wharf, opposite Toulouse street, as above. Cabin Passage to New Y'ctk..................$50 Cabin Passage to Havaua.................... 40 For freight or passage, having unsurpassed ac commodations, apply to GEO. A. FOSD1CK k CO., No. 39 Carondelet street. Eills Lading signed through to LiverpooL The steamsb.ip commander, will follow, and sail on her regular dav. at>4 LOTTERIES. nKAWlhti OF TUE LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY FOR AUGUST 32, ISTl. CLASS 199. 56 66 The above drawings are published mail tue prin cipal papers, and are drawn in public daily at the rooms of the company. In-ormation furnished and prises cashed by HOWARD, SIMMONS Si CO., Contractors. 6t. Charles street, comer Union. New Orleans. Witness onr hands at New Orleans. Louisiana, this '.wentv second day ef August. 1371. H. PKKALlA, . ADAM GIFFKN Commissioners. BEWARB OF BOGUS LOTTERIES. ap28 jJ^OUlMIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated August 17,1368. CHARLES T. HOWARD................PRESIDENT. SINGLE NUMBER I.OTTERY. SPLENDID SCHEME—ONLY 20*KM) NUMBERS. Capital Prize............£541,000. CLASS M. TO EE DRAWN AT NEW ORLEANS ON Saturday, ikeptember 9. 1871. HOWARD. SIMMONS & CO„ Contractor*. SCHEME i AO.OHO Numbers—Tickets Only $30. 1 prize of #50,000 is. 1 prize of 30,000 is.. 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize ef 1 prize of I prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of 50 prizes ot 317 prizes of 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...... 1,060 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 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 500 are....... 200 are....... ...............#50 000 .............. 30,000 ................ 20 090 ................ lo.ooo ................ 9,000 ................ 8,000 ................ 7.000 ................ 0,000 ................ 5,000 ................ 4,000 ................ 3,000 ................ 3,000 are..................... If,000 36 Approximation prizes................... 12,800 440 prizes, amounting to....................*380,406 Whole Tickets, $2Cq snares in proportion. Prizes payable without deduction. Orders tty be addressed to OHAdLKS T. HOWARD, Lock box 693, PosioQlre New Orleans. Send postofflce monev order, or register your let ter. MACHINERY. iRUUTBONtt'N POUNDRY AND BOrLKR MANUFACTORY, Comer of Erato and New Lovee streets, NEW ORLEANS, LA. w. J. J. ARMSTRONG, Manager. Manufacturer of Vertical aud Horizontal Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Draining Machines. Saw Mills. Colton Screws and Gearing, Iron Columns snd Fronts of Buildings, Furnace Mouths. Grate Bars, Bone Black, Revivifiers, Gas Retorts. Railroad Frogs, etc.; Low Pressure, Locomotive Flue and Cylinder Boilers of al 1 kins, Filters, Juice Boxes and Clarifiers, etc. no22 ly RAILROADS. rjYO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND GREAT NORTH ERN RAILROAD. SPECIAL NOTICE. Until further * notice, passengers to all points North, East aud West will leave New Orleano from the depot, Calliope street. Way, Mail aud Passenger, leave Daily (Sundays excepted), at............ 7:45 A. M. Magnolia Accommodation, Daily (Sun days excepted) at.................. 4:00 P.M, Night Express, leave Daily, at........ 5:30 P- M. Night Express, arrive Daily, at........10:45 A. M. Magnolia Accommodation, arrive Daily (Sundays excepted), at............1J viO A. M. Mail aud Passenger, arrive Daily (Sun days excepted , at............I.....J 0:00 P. M. Night Express will stop only at Hammond aud Amite, south of Magnolia. Five Hours r.rul n Hall Quicker than any Ollier Line Baggage checked from residence to destination, and berths secured iu Pullman Palace Cars as usual. Tickets for sale at No. 22 Camp street, corner of Common street, aud at depot foot of Lafayette street, on the levee. S. t. CAREY, General Ticket Agent, NewOrleans, Jackson and Great Northern Raiiroad. D. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent, Mississippi Cental Railroad. S. W. SCOTT, General Passenger Ageut. ap22 r T OKIaEANS, mohjee TEXAS RAILROAD. Change of Schedule. On and after MONDAY, Mav 15,187) pasatr-ge) trains will run as follows: 11 A. M. Day Express arriving at Mobile at 5 P M., connecting wiih tli'ough trainH of the Mo bile and Montgomery aud Mobile aud Ohio Kail roads, for all Northern and Eastern cities. Pullman's Paiace Flee ping Cai s are run through on this train from Mobile, without change, to Louisville, via Humboldt, and from Tensas (near Mobile) to Cleveland, Tennessee, vis •'Blue Mountain Route." On SUNDAY'S this train will leave New urleans at 3 A. M. 2:30 P. M. Accommodation to Ocean Springs, stop ping at all the watering-places, arriving ai Ocean Springs at 6:35 P. JL TliiB tram will Bton for paesei gns at the French Market, fool of Elysian Fields elreet, and Claiborne street :n New Orleans, and at the Signal Stations or the Coast. It will not run ou Sundays. 5:30 P. M. Evening Express, arriving at Mobile ai 11:05 P. M., connecting with the Mobile and Ohio railroad, and at Meridian with the Ala bama and Clint taneoga railroad for all points North and East. This train runs DAILY. Through freight trains each way DAILY', and freight received at foot of Julia street, before 5 P M., delivered at Mobile early next, morning Through hills of lading signed for all points on Mo bile aud Ohio and Mobile and Montgomery road, and their connections. Rates as low as by any other rotate. For through tickets or information iu regard t* rates, apply at the office of tbe company, ni ner o, Camp and Common streets (Story building), oppo sit* City Hotel. J. R. KENDRICK, General Superintendent. my14 WILLIAM Bk DELL, Ticket agent. f|YO THE JEASiT.........TO THE KAMI 1 Via I.oulsville and Ohio and .Y[1 >*[m1p^ Railway. The completion ol tne Louisville D V'.t; u of tnf road, snd the splendid equipment for ;.a4«e-_£ travi l. makes this the BKMT R(1!TK TO CfNCINNAT% ALL POINTS EAST AND NORTHEAST. THREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, With direct connections rrom the south for Cm cinnati WITHOUT CHANGB OF CARS. Be snre and ask for tickets via LouisviHe and tbs Ohio and Mississippi Railway, for sale a all pr.r cipal ticket offices in tbe South, and in Leant vilts at the General Office of Tbe Company, comer Four > and MaiD streets, also at Galt House and Louis rill. line and Willard Hotels. N. B.—Tickets to Cincinnati and points Ear : , via this line, are good on mad line steamers, and Ms line tickets are good on this road. CHARLES E. FOLLBTT General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Lo'iAe J. L. GRISWORD, General Superintendent. St. Louis, THOMAS DORW1N Jv5 ly Gon^ral Southern Afr^nt, I/ouievWe gPECIAL NOTICE. St. Loui*. Iron Mountain unu Kouthtrr Raiiroad. THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE To St. Lotus, Chicago, Omaha, San Francisco, St Paul, Kansas City, Leavenworth, St. Joseph, Aud all Point* North, East and West. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the New Orleans Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Depo daily, at 7 A. M. and 5 P. M. AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of Canal stree; daily at 11 A. At., via the New Orleans, Mobile ant Chattanooga Railroad, making close eonnec lions at Mobile wiih the Mobile and Ohio Rail road to all points North, East and West. For tickets apply to A. D. SHELDON, Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad, corn* r Camp and Commo: streets, under Citv Hotel; or to W. BEDELL, Ticke' Agent New Orleans. Mobile and Cbattanceg* Railroad, corner ('amp and Common s(re.'ts, Story Building, opposite Citv Hotel. J. H. WINOFIKLD, General Superintending Agent St. Louis, Iron Morn tain and Southern Railroad. noZ* pASSENGEKs GU1NG BAST, VTA LOUISVILLE OR CAIRO. Should purchase Tickets by the ERIE AND ATLANTIC AND GKKAV WESTERN RAILWAY. Forming the beer and most comfortable Line M Ne w York, Boston and Northern and Atlantic cities with magnificent Palace Combined Day ant eight Coaches, through to New York withou' change. Two Lightning Expires Trains Dally. This is the only Line from Cincinnati to New York under one management; the only Line fror. Cincinnati to New York without break of gauge the only Line whose trains run through to Ne'» York without enange; the only Line nu'l.u.. coacnes through without using compromise wheels the only Line running Palace Broad Gauge Ocache through without change. If you desire prompt time and certaiu Conner lions, finest scenery on the Continent, most con. fortable cars in the world, most magnificent dinir.j halls aud ample time for meals, am^tlie safest, be* and most comfortable route, go to New York tv the Erie and Atlantic and Great Railway. Tickets by this Line for sale at all tickets office through tbo South. WILLIAM R. BARR, Genera] Passenger Agont, New York. W. B. 8HATTUC, Genera! Southern Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio. MISCELLANEOUS. UILDINQ PAPES This is a hard, Compaq .paper, like ai ordinary book cover, aud is sauirated with tar and used on the outside of frame build ing» under the clapboards, also under shiv | g.es aud floors to keep out damp aud oolr | It is also used on the inside, not saturated I instead of Plastering, aud makes a warn I and cheap wall. It costa only from $8 to #3-' ) (according to size) to cover houses on th* outside. Samples and descriptive cixculat sent free. Address, Rock Ri -er Paper Company, Chicago, Or. K. C. PALMER Jr CO., 93, 95, 97 Camp street, New Orleans, rr ll6 Genera' A gents for the Southern Stat v*. Q V. UOLLE A UO., COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS 81 Jlngazlne street, Between Poydras aud Lafayette streets NKW OHLSANZ. Dealers in all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE, WINES AND LIQUORS. Also, ag* nts for the celebrated CINCINNATI LAGER BEER. Liberal cash advances made on consignments, noil tf pORSYTIl UNITED STATES STANDARD SCALES. Tbe Strongest Scale Jlade. Every scale warranted. In every respect; 250 varie ties, adapted to every branch of business. For price list, or any inf .rmation, address FORSYTH, ELLISON k CO. No. 46 Magazine street, New Orleans. ,)e9 eod3tn J^EW ORLEANS FREE MEDICAL DISPENSARY, Coiner ol Cnrondelt-l and Girod Streets. Medicines will be given free of any char«'e to anv person who ean onug satislactorv proof tHat he is in indigent circumstances. Free consultation every morning in the above office from eleven to twelve o'clock bv any of the City Physicians. • an8 lm _A. SHELLY, Public Dispenser. IMADAjMK BLACK, THK GREAT INDIAN LTX Astrologist, is still at 191 CaroDdelet street, near Julia. She will disclose to vou past, present and future events of your life, whether connected with marriage, business, etc. Has a sure remedy for rheumatism and for reconciling estranged lovers. Satisfaction given or no pay. my4 ly J^RIIT^JAXES. Dr Sainnel Choppin vs. Peter C. Janie*> Dr. M. Scliuppert vs. same. * S IXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARJKH of Orleans, Nos. 2539 and 2540.—By virtue of two wriis of fieri facias, to me directed by the honorable the Si xth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes, j proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer chants aud Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on SATURDAY". Angurt 2G, 1871, at twelve o'oldck M., the following de scribed property, to wit— ALL THE RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST of the defendant, Peter C. James, as heir, to wit: One of three heirs of liis late father, Audrew Broadue J. iues, deceased, and particularly his undivided one-s:xth interest in and to (lie property described in the inventory aud appraisement of the snecee sion of said Audrew Broadus James, taken before G. LeGa'deur, notary public iu this city, on the third, four li and tenth of February. 1870 and tiled iu and approved by the honorable the Second Dis trict Court lor the parish of Orleans, No. 33,443 ot the docket of said court, except so much thereof as had been legally sol,, pursuant to the orders and decrees of n»id honorable .Second Jbstriet Court, anil especially his undivided ore-s'xtb ins teres*, in and lo.tbe real estate described as fol lows: 1. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, situated in the First District of this city, in the square bounded by Magazine, Gravier, Natchez streets and Bank alley, designated by the numbers two and five ou plan number two hundred and thirty seven, in tn* office of T. Uuyol. notary publie iu this citv. Lot number two lut a-aires tweuty-fi nr feet eight .lirlies front on .Magazine street, by a depth of one hundred and ten feet, between parallel lines. Lot number five measures twenty-four feet eight nrhes front on Bank alley, bv a depth of ninety-one feet one inch, betw een parallel lilies. Acquired by A. E. James irom tbe heirs of Fowler, ou the nine teenth March, 1853. 2. TWO LOTS OK GROUND situated in the First District of this city, in the square bounded by Magazine, Gravier, Natchez streets and Bank alley, designated by tbe uumliers three aud four cn plan above referred to. Lot number three measures twenty-four feet eight inches front on Magazine street, by one aun died aud ten feet iu depih, lieivvecn parallel lines. Lot number tour lias twenty four feet eigi t 'riches fropt or. Bonk alley, by a depth of ninety-one feet one inch, between pai allel lines. Acquired bv A. B. Junes irom YV'illiam H - ■ and al. on the eig .iee tli M uch. 1859. 3. FIVE LOTS OF GROUND, Situated in the Firs* District ot ibis city, iu the square bounded by Natchez, Magazine, Tchoopitimlns aud Graviez streets, designated by the numbers four, live, fif teen, sixteen and se'* nt, in ou a plau of Dakm, late architect, dated fitt: June, 1843, as plan num l>er tarty-eight, in tire offb * oi'J. B. M rks. late a uotarv public iu th .-.* it v. L >t number four meas ures tv.eni.v-tli.ei t-ct v %.t inches front on -Maga zine tre t, by u eepth ol Ii ty-uilie feet five ana a half inches ou the line <T lot number three, and fifty nine feet four i -c'lison the sidi-ol lot number five, and twenty-two ieet nine an i three quarter# inches iu tbe reni. Lot number five measure* seventy-one leet iron' on Magazine street, fifty nine leet four inches in depth on the line of lot nilo.her four, and fifty-eight leet eleven and a half inclns ou tlie line of lo; number six, an 1 sixty eight feet tour inches ::i the rear and front on Arcade passage. Let u .tuber fifteen measures twenty-nine feet trot! on Arcade passage, and eighty-que tie: t« u ita lics and three hues on tbe bine ol lot number fourteen, and eighty-one feet eight inches and six lines ou the Bide of lot num ber sixteen, aud twenty-nine feet in width m tee rear. Lot number six' era measures twenty-five feel eight and a half inches Iront ou Arcade pas sage, l>y eiglity-one'jfeet eight inches and six Irnta on the side of lot number fifteen, aud twenty-five ii-et seven inches in the rear, and eighty-one feet six inches and nine lines on the side of lot number seveuteen. Lot number seventeen measures - wenty four feet foiir and a half inches fr ont on Arcade passage, and eighty-one feet six inches and nine lines on the side of lot number sixteen, and eighty-cue feet five inches aud two lines on the irther side, and t vventy-four feet three inches and seven lines in ilie rear. Acquired liv A. B. Jame* fr om R. W. Montgomery et als, iu 1851 and IK.7. 4. A LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Fourth District ot this city, iu the square bounded by Apollo, Bacchus. First and Philip streets, desig nated us lot number live, mi plan number eighty seven, deposited in the office of J. R. Beard.late a notary public mthis city, and measures, sard .'ot, fliiitv tect ten inches and four lines front on Apollo street, by a depth of one hundred and sev enteen feet between parallel lines; acquired by A. B. James from Thomas Conaghtou, per act before E. G. Gotrsi balk, notary public in Ibis city, dated April 2S, 1860. 5. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, situated in the First District of this city, iu the square bounded bv Tchoupitoulaa, Grav ier and Natchez stgfcrts and Banks' Arcade passage, designated by the irumbera thirleen and fourteen, oil a plan drawn by James Dakin, lata architect, dated January 15, 1843, and deposited in the office of J. B. Maiks. late a notarv public 'n tiiis city. Lot number thirteen measures twenty five leet ou Banks' Arcade passage, twenty five feet iu tile rear, aud eighty-two feet, oil the side of lot number fourteen. Lot number fourteen measures tweuty-f ur feet front on Banks' Arcade passage, twenty-four fe t iu the rear, aud eighty two feet on the side of-lot number thirteen, and eiglit.v-ojie feet ten inches and three lines ou the side next to Mnu-hez street; acquired by A. B. James from John v\ . K gland, per ant before T. Guvol, uotarv publio iu this citv, dated September 19.1859. Seized in the above suits. Terms—Cash on the spot. C. S. SAUYINET. iv*5anI0 2fi Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Tlie t ity of vs. Etiecne T hirl district court for the parish (*f Orleans, No. 14,263.—By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed by the honorable the Third District Court for the parish of Or eans. in the ahove entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pub lic auction, at the Merchants an.l Auctioneers'Ex change. Royal siiert, between Canal anil Custom house streets, in the Second District of this citv, on SATURDAY', Seuteinher 16. 1871, at twelve o'clock M. the following described property, to " It— A CERTAIN LttT UP GROUND, with the im provemetits thereon, situated iu the Eighth As sessment District, iu squire No. 467, hounded by Rayou St. John, St. Johu's route, Hagan avenue, Lopez, Esplanade .and Rendon streets, measuring thirty feet front ou St. John route by one hun dred aud twenty feet in depth. Seized in tlie above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. C. S. SAUYINET, aulS 31 se!6 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. State of LoniHiaua vs. John Ernst. flYHIlll) DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH X of Orleans. No. 19,043.—By virtue of a writ of fieri farina to me directed by the honorable the Third District Court for the parish of Orleans, in tlie above entitled cause, I will"proceed to sell al public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,Royal siroet, between Canal and Cus'.om house streets, in the Second District of this city, on -V11 NT J A Y, September 18, 1871, at twelve o'clock M.. th* following described property, to wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Fourth District of this citv in square number three im dred and three, bounded by St. Patrick, St. David. Third a'd Fourth streets. Seized iu the above suit. Terms—Casli ou the spot. C. S. SAUVINET. au!8 s -2 17 sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. St ile «I Louisiana v>. Widow ?. Jlniroua. rgVHIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH X of Orleans, Nc. 18.471.—B> virtue of a writ of fieri facias to use directed by the honorable the Third D si net » ourt for the p;u i-di of Orleans, in tlie above entitled cause, 1 will proceed to sell at public Hue; ion. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Rin.al street, between Usual mid Cus tomhouse streets m the Second District of this city, oil MONDAY, September 13,1871, nt twelve o'clock M , the following described property, to wit— A CERTAIN L"T OF GROUND, situated in the First District of this city, forming square No. 703, bounded by Common, D'Heiuecourt, Clark aud Oenois streets, and measuring two hundred and ten feet by two hundred and seventy-seven tect. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. C. S. SAUYINET. au!7 31 se.17 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 8tate of l.ouiMnim vn. 11. II. B. Farquar. rjYHIRD DISTRIl T COURT FOR iriE PARISH X of Orleans, No. 19,957.—Bv virtue of a writ of fieri faeiastomedirected by tile honorable the Third District Court for the parish of Orleans, in tiie above entitled cause, I will proceed tose.li at public auction at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, lw»tween Canal and Customhouse stree's, in the Second District of this citv, on Sir ivDaY, September 18, 1871 at twelve o'clock M., the inflow ing described property, to wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Fourth District of this city, in square number nne hundred and eleven, bounded bv Laurel, Con stance, First aud Second streets. Seized iu the above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. C. 8. SAUYINET. an 17 30 sell Sheriff ot the Parish ot Orleans. 8tate of l.ouisi.inn vn. 8 B. !*unith and _ Henrv Dittman. riYHIRD DISTRICT COURT FOB THE PARISH OF X Orleans, No. IP?519. —By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed by the honorable the Third District Court f..r tbe parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at pub lic unction, at the Meichants a d Auctioneers' Ex change, Rova! st ivet. between Co. al and Custom bouse streets in tlie Second District of this city, on MONDAY,September 13, 1871. at twelve o'clock M., lie following described pro; ertv, to wit— m A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the First District of this city, in square number four hundred and thirteen, hounded by Calliope, Magnolia Clara and Euphroaine streets, iueasut ing fifty-six feet front ou Calliope street, by one hundred and on© t*<*t in depth. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash ou the spot. & g 8AUVINKT aul7 sel 17 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Citv of New Orleans vs. Joscpli R. Pearce and K. M. Ivens. F ourth district court for the parish of Oilcans, No. 24,2.9—By virtue of a yviit of fieri facias against Joseph R. Pearce, to me di rected bv the honorable tho Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, 1 will proceed to sell ut public auc tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Roval street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District V)f this citv, on MONDAY, August 28, 1871, at tweh e o'clock M., the following described property, to wit— THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated, lying, and being in the First District of this city, know n as battuTe property, in tlie touare number six A, bounded by Notre Dame, Julia, F»ont anil Delta streets, designated by the numbers five, six and seven of said square, on a certaiu plan made by- L. H. Pilie, late surveyor, and deposited in the office of YY. J. Casteli, notary public in this city. Said lots adjoin each other, and measure each twenty-four feet nine inches and five lines front oa Delta and Front streets, by a depth of one hundred and twenty-five feet four lines, between parallel lines. Seized is tbe above suit. Terms—Cash on tbe spot. C. S. SAUYINET, jy28 au!4 27 Sheriff of the Parish ol Orleans.