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•waukee, Duluth, at cl are ordered for Norfolk and
Wilmington. ...____.
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8HKKVKPOKT. April 14.—Weather fair and cool.
liiver fell two inch*! y-------.... . ....... , ""
Arrived yesterday—Lo
( . H. Pnrfee and L tile
tiarted yesterday—Lot
*i rival* or departures to day.
ViCKhVCKO Apri 14.—Down—Pau.iue ('a
#-fo li t last night. Down to-day—City ot Cairo at
4 A. Af.J. B Maude at 7 A. M Dick Eu'ton and
barges ail P. M. t Paigoud at 7IP. M. # t'p— Grand
Lake and barges at e.glit last uiitbt. I'oto-dsy—
%orn Jasper at .1 A. M., Bcdle Lee at 3 A. >1., Pe> ton
ami barges at 2 A M Mary M Donald <# 8 A. M .
Lady Lee a* 4 P. M.. Indiana at 6 P. M.. A.j * x and
tiarges at 7 P. M. Ai rived—Ciiy oi Helena at 11 A.
M- Weather cloudy aud nleaaani. K>vt-r rising.
Memi m;-. April 14.—W«atl.e. waim and rainy
P'ver rising s'ow'v. Arrived—Anna and Nm®
•ville, from Little Rock Henry Pn.lnwo. from C i
Ciuliati: Gn.fton, from Helena: Future City, free
M. Louis; B- e and barges, from Sew Orleans Alp«
from Vi. ksburg: K -nawha ar d barges, from Ohio
river. Departed—COenere and Dear, for St: Lotiif*;
hh am rock forfo'ound City; May Ann. »or New Ol*
1 an-: Louis* i'!**, :or (fiMiia : Belle Ki rev. po
i o U d nve»; Belle, Memphis, for St. Lon *s: M.n
City, for St. L-.uir; Alleghany Belie, for the Ohio
rivet: Sherlock, f *r New Orleens. .
Cl V( J.NNATi. April 14.—Weather ta r and m id.
K ver mir v-tn r feet t-o ineneh and statiouary.
11 ei e ear and pn asant.
nd f .llirg.
it—Capital City, from
oe. trorn New O. I an*,
aas. at 5, Departed —
• \v Orleans, at right
itv. for S'. Louis at 2 P.
..........r 4 P. M.; Beltat-'. for
Toe rnerbas fallen b x inches.
Raining si ee * P. M. Merrill t* 66.
r \ an v.llk. Apiii 11 — w. atlier partially c* on v.
The river has risen s.y inebe®. I'p—K E Lee at 4
P M Kobert M v ,,'i, st eight.. Iown—Mary
1 oils'ou, at i; P. >5 . John Kilgour at 3 A. M.
fT Lorn-. April 14—Ailived—City ot Qmnev.
ftoni New Wrieans. Denari ed— A'ps. for New or
leans. Weather nPld. Brivr rising s.owly. All
iioper sOea iuh swell • g. Red liver ot the north
flood height a: <1 over it® banks at d tfereut places.
L'.r:- y:i.lk. April 14—Fiver stationery, with
twelve feet n the cans' and ten feet m the chute.
Hale from New .Orleans to Cincinnati.
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MARKETS.
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Ifomestlc Marketi.
< kk, April 14, Evening.—Cotton closed
m m nal: *®U-s 1041 ba e ( ; middli.ig up
jc; O: leans 2< kt; net receip s 052; gross
•iH rj ■ sales f r exp »*i, none; sales of futures
M oo ha » s: Anril 13 13 10c: May 18 I5-16& 194»; June
J9 3-16&19 7K: July 19 3 „ ft-I9 9-16 "lour quiet and
steady. WM^ky soady, 91F 2 c Wheat quiet aed
lield 'tirmiv. Orn in fait * emand; old a shade
firmer; y-liov Western 64ft 65c. Bic* quiet, ~\<i
I.^C. l'wfk a shade easier. Lard firmer Naval
mores firmer. Tallow active. Freight* quiet.
Sixes of 18111. WJ-j&UfC: five-twenties of 1862
V 7 </ 117 3 i: of Kh4. 114 i|®Il4? 8 ; of 1865, 110- d
I10 7 „: new, 117-,: ot '4ri7, HO'#; Of 1868, 117hfid 17* 4 ;
it* w uves. IU)7jH5^; ten-Iorties. 'i ' 13\.
Tennessee sixes. "0; new. 78*.; Virginia s-yes. 4.;
I.ew, 40; co. solidateil. 53. 1 ,; deferred, J3 3 .y; Louie
iana* sixes. 42: n**w. 42; levee sixes, 40; eights. 5 ;
Alabama eights. 8"; lives, 50; Georgia sixes
sevens. 87k; North Carolilias. 30: new, 16: si*
tax. lb ho*itb CaroUr-4. 35; new, 19; April and
Cirtoher, 26.
Coffe* UuT; !ower ; Rio 16k«19c. Fu^ai
easier, fair to go d refining 7? Ji a'8 J *c. Molasse
farm; 57^ 7f>c for N«*w Oi leans.
C'X imnati, Apiii 14—Cotton steady, middling
V V- Hour dull; $7 4067 65. Wh-at stead
*fl 6561 67. Corn steady; 40c. Oa<s steadv; .1 a
4k. Provisions strong; pork held at $16 75, $16 50
fr*»e ? y lud. Lard quiet and linn: steam 8 ?bc, kettle
t V; ottering* light. Bu k meats strong, sales of
shoulders at 6*jc, clear rib 8^0: more buyer# than
sellers; dear 8^c, held 1 5 M c. light offerings at el
held for highei rates. B icon strong, light offer
lugs: sales of shoulders at 7c, sales of clear rib at
9e. Whiskv steady, 85c.
Ft. Lons, Ai ril 14.—Cotton quiet; low' middling
17617 qc, middling 183d8V,t*. Flour dull; pric
duoping; some grades lower: superfine winter
$4 5066; extra winter $5 25 6 5 75; double extr
winter $666 50. Wheat dull; No. 2 spring Chicago
$1 18 k U 1 19: No. 3 red fa 1 $1 60. Corn dull; prices
or iopiug; No. 2 mixed 32k633^c on east track
sacked 4ck64le. Oats quiet; No. 2 28c on east
track; sacked : 3c. Whisky—No sales. Pork o
$16 50. Diy salt meats nun; shoulders sold at
6 be. Bacon stronger; jobbing a**d order lots
H* oulders 7i4 67 3 t e; c ear rib 9\69ije: clear 9?
9 \ c. Lard wanted at 8c, but held higher.
A.nt'SEMEMTS.
Arndenix' of Music.
There was a good bill aud a good bouse
at the Academy of Music last night. In
addition to the olio performances, the audi
enee were treated to the laughable sensa
tion of "The Rehearsal." 4 *ith Cavanagh in
a leading role, and the programme of the
"Female Minstrels." The same bill to
night, with a change in the olio perform
ances. Mr. Cavanagh's engagement tvill
last four weeks after the expiration of the
present week, during which time Pauline
Markham anti her talented troupe of artists
will appear.
Vnrictles Thentre.
The dramatic season of the Varieties
Theatre will close with the close of the
j resent wet k. Las* night, on the occasion
oi Mr. John \V. Norton's benefit, there
was a very respectable audience. TI is
evening a grand double comedy hill,
••Home" anti "David Garrick." To-morrow
evening, benefit of Harry Pearson. Friday
evening, grand farewell complimentary
benefit of Lawrence Barrett.
Welcomed Ilomr.
Hoc. II. M. Twitchell, Senator from the
twenty-second senatorial district, cwmpiis
iDg the parishes of De Soto, Natchitoches
and Sabine, was the recipient ol a hand
some ovation, paid by his constituent!], at
Coushatta, on the occasion of his return
home trorn attendance from the sitting of
the Legislature. As he landed ou the wharf
a salute was fired. He was conducted to
the courthouse, which was gaily illuminated
and decorat-d with transparencies for the
occasion. Speeches of welcome were made
by Hon. G. A. King aud Judge Pickens,
and briefly and mostly responded to hv the
Seuator. The Coushatta Times, in referring
to the affair, says:
They were justly proud of the man their
ballot bad raised to the honorable position
lie occupies, and we believe the Senator
will return to his labors with the lull as
surance of the approval of his fellow-citi
zens. We predict for ISenatwr Twitchell a
proud position hereafter among the great
names of Louisiana statesmen.
The Teinpernturc.
Sir. Louis Frigerio. No. 50 Chartres street,
reports the weather for Sunday aud yes
terday as follows:
8 A. M. 2 P. M. 6 P. M.
April 13.............. Wt 7 0 S3
April 14.............. 64 t-H 66
Lowest point during the night of -April
13, tO-'. Rain April 11, one-half an inch.
Valuable Improved Real Estate at
Auction by the Sheriff.— Particular
attention is called to the sale at auction to
be made this day at noon, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street,
by the sheriff of the parisli of Orleans,
of a lot of ground with the buildings and
improvements thereon, situated in the
First District of this city, on Villere street,
between Canal and Gasquet or Jackson
streets. For particulars see advertisement.
Sale Continued. —The sale by the sheriff
rf the content® of store No. 74 Camp
•treet will be continued to-ilav at 10:30 A. M.
The following is the passenger list of the
•teamsbip Memphis, lrom Liverpool via
Havana:
From Liverpool—J. W. Graily ami Mrs.
Aldridge.
From Havana—F. X. Valdes. Captain
Cozsens, F. W. Wheeler, M. F. Parcia, F
Magdalena, R. B. Marmion, John Williams.
John Curry, John Hawley. II. Gough. J. T.
Smith and Mr. Chaff raix.
Five Thousand Dollars, Gold.—C en
tral office for the sale of Louisiana State
Fair Lottery tickets No. 107 Canal street,
Grover & Baker salesrooms; $37,585 in
prizes; one prize $5000 in gold; tickets titty
cent*, and admits holder to the lair.
In the Superior Court yesterday an in
junction was issued restraining 1. W. Ar
thur & Co., Schmidt 6l Ziegler, Shropshire
& Co., Edward Booth, D V. Benjamin, W.
C. Black & Co., and Wheelock, Finlay &
Co. from carrying on or punning their
of New Orleans until
.. ,o X for 1873 I
they h»ve paid their I.eenee tax tor io<o. |
With all costs acd penalties. |
business in the city 1
_ _ _ _ - ,
tione arv—Commercia .
IIUIIOIOI J VUUIHJWI UlUl.
MONETARY.
.,,-e st previous figures. We coiitin
first class paper, with or without collaterals,
P cent p
Al i la — , -ecoud class
pap«
and second *
first class mor gag
NEW ORLEANS CLEARING HOUSE.
Clearings.
April 12........
April i4........
.,508 32
Balances.
$ 195.084 ril
271,375 24
Thus far this '
152 330
931.407 59
Tota"l last »M-k..... 85
•J'utlll bvlult... UI)3,<>,2l.<
T!k- fcllowii g tiustfrs were elected to day by
#4<« 24
400,193 Ml
1 .iH0,874 U>
1 487,900 lt>
Fa'-toie aod Tr;id'
MoeK-H Greenwood, 44
.lonn t'balte, Hi.du
j. J iVarriu R. T
Isaac ScberrU
Josepli 44'. I <
Slay, S. H. Sd<>
>nd, Janie
Go!d opened at 117V«I1
4 ork, and alter a large ous
118. against lit'« in that uia
Insurance ('omi
. - .ilmson, John I. Noble,
.... Miilikeu, Samuel E. Moore,
Buckner, Samuel Friedlauder,
Pike. A. A S'alea. John I. Adams.
R. M. 44'a.linslev. 4\'iliiaiu Slornson.
noil. A. Britton, J. F. Pace. A. H.
aileu T. L.vt T Lyon, William C. Kay
Preat'.dge and Samuel II. Boyd.
18, against 1 iCFe, at New
ness, e osed at 117', tr
gainst lit '.ti iusi market, where it touched
I'g 7 during the interim. The sales summed up
a.Jij L '7U' 1 embrrt mg S3.7000 (sF5(Mi0. ^10 000 and
•all fMNii at 11*. - : $2700 at 118; $10 000 at 118adllMs;
jioooisj at im«118,'., anu $13,000 ($1006. $20u»
*>4001) and ..................
No sales of silver wt re reported. Amer'ean hair
dollars were still quoted nominal at llluil . and
Mexican dollars at 21, |> cent premium m j.. <1 lor
new. and 5 for old. ,
Steri ng exchange under the course of gold and
hills at New York, closed y, j * cent lower than cu
Saturdav. The sales eompused £4ti,;.(l", embrac
ing £ I WO and £1000 hill of 1 ding at 126 k , £2000
and £30 n do at 12«4j. £M»jO bill of lading
clear at 12ti>4, £'<KKido at U6^%l26?s. £h'
at I '6 \ a 127, £ fun al e'ear at 127. anu £10.000 pri
vate bankers' and bank at —.
i lie sales of francs summed up 360,000. compris
ing Jio.tioo commercial at 4.51 * lt and 100,000 and
200,000 do at —. and 10,000 private bankers' at 4.50.
At the close sterling bills were quoted at 126-'j if
120 7 g for bi;l of lading and Al clear, and 127 L .. f..r
,, a nk. francs a! 4.52is '(4.53 J 4 for piwvate ami 4.50
.or bank, and German marks at 110dr —
The offerings in domestic exchange were of bur
extent, and pnva'e bills were a shaue weak-r. The
siles covered *2i'6.noo. en bracing ipio.oco and $25,.
000 cotnmerc al sight o i New York. *15 000. $20,•
000, $25,000 private bankers' and $30 000 bank at
1 i> cent prem u.c: $40,000 commetci i! at h «5 32.
ami $16,008. $23,000 and $5 o,hio private hanker .'
and $20,000 hank at 5 32.
The hanks continued to check on Sew York at
r, cent premuim, and private sight was quoted
at Ht, against c -i-lG on Saturday.
s>al Al
The bales or stacks included 5 bLares Mutual
National Bti k at —: 20 Anvuonia and Thermo
specific Propellirg Company at $12 50; $100<»
Home Mutual Ina trance ecrip of lb79 at 44 cent®,
aul borne Uieeceut Cny Siau^htorhouiM* at a ton*
salt*Fable advance, particulars not reported said
to be cauatd by a decibion in its lavor by the
United States Supreme Court.
The sales of bond® included $3f 00 new city < ar
rency seven per cents at 57; $3000 city to d 1.
iiig seven p»-r cents at 59, and $10,000 oo : fc •. v
Toe atter were quoted at the close st —6. *.
Met opolitan Police warrants were spirited at
886 -a shade higher than i d Saturday. No sales
worrhy ot note were reported.
City api rapriatim at d achool certificates ^eie
qu ted at 64. but no bales \%ere reported.
Old S ate warrants were lower, being quoted at
the close nominal at 33.
Legislative wai rants continued quiet, and were
quoted at about 78. No sales worthy of cote were
jeported.
I
COMMERCIAL
Monpat Evening, April 14, lt73
COTTON—The sales to-day summed up 44* •
bales at irregular and lower price®, requiring a re
duction ot he in low middling and Hie higher
grades and A*c in good ordinary the lower. W«
give also the E'.change figures which are for aver
age list-* accorciug with its types, while ours pre
sent the proper range of the market for average
lists, but with the outbid* figures for low middling,
good ordinary and on iuary given as th*; outside
for st ict of those grades:
NEW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION. ASSIMILATED
Tu THAT OF LIVERPOOL.
Oeueral Exchange
quotations, quotation.
........9h.6!(rii —
........il 612 —
........12 3 4®13 3 * 13
........15V<2d6 3 .ft ]t,» g
........ Yl\<t 18 l $ i7
........— GW* 18 3 4
........19 6 19 h —
........— ®2hh
is checked by rainy weather,
itli but little intermission up to
Inferior............
Low ordinary......
Ordinary...........
Good ordinary.....
Low middling.....
Middling...........
Strict middling---
Good middling ....
The movement
bich continued
, , . .. . .....boata,75
tVie close, and t^.e tthsenceof the usual telegiaim
liffm Liverpool. But still a moderate busim ss was
donMiurins the monnnKat easier prices, without
any quotable decline, after which the market ex
hibited lmreaseil inejtularitj, with a b *. 10n 8^ r
tendency ir. fa or ot buyers, resulting in the tall
ing off noted above. Ordinarv. dusty, sold at
11 *.|C; strict oidinary at 13and l-l^c,good ordinary
p * he; aood orilmarv to strict ««od old,,,,,, vat
16 t strict good or*i mary at 16 .-and 16 : lo« m d
•'a "15 f'. 1 ! 3 " Ojtdy'iC: »triCt low middling at It 7 .-,
nd strict nndd uig at l»c.
Hie market was also depressed by the receipt of
a telegram whirl,stated < hat the steamer Export r
had left Pine Blull with 5272 bales, which may he
increased below. The general impression has b en
that, including the amount now in transit, we may j
exm-ct from tlie Aikansas lo.ono or perhaps 20 .<-o
bates, all of wlr.ch.it is supposed w 1 come out ,
on the present m.: but so arge a cargo by one
boat, although it was known that si e l ad been
l* r a considriabl- time loading, had an llllia^>.a
blc influence. This will, no doubt, prove to he The
largest load this season. The largest previously
since the war was 5118 hales per Nat* hez March
^'CtTa exported w'?
bale, ', :™an Mon^Xfor LTer^mfi Tliese
1,0M<d ° U U ' e bUllHiU of ,
The amount on shipboard, not cleared, going on •
board and engaged lor shipment was set.lo»7i at |
the opening tms morning at 88,1 *mi bales embracing
48.000 for Liverpool, lo.lfio for Havre, 9000 for Br e t
men. 7000 for Cork aud a market, 11,000 for the '
North Sea and JtMKi for tlie North, which, when de- '
ducted Iron, the stock ou hand by our running !
statement Saturday evening, leaves 84,700 bales to ■
represent the ruaniitv at the lauding and in
landing
presses urn old or awaiting orders.
The Exchange reports: "Market heavy; sales
3600 bales." >to quotations are reduced . l 4C on or
dinary and '*«: o:i the higher grades.
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand A*,g'.6f 31. 1872............ 6.i__
Arrived since last statement...... 6.896
Arrived previously................1,202,520—1.209.416
Total ...........
Cleared f o-day......
Cleared prw ouajy..
.............1,215.675
..... 6.755
......1,036,106—1.042,861
Stock an band and ou shipboard, not cleared. 172.814
Stock on hand same date last year............l]n,272
To day's exports embraced 1899 bales to Antwcro.
27T to Bremen, and 1673 to G* fie.
Ret
ijus proper since Saturday evening 6»72
bales, against 4767 ou last Nut day and Monday,
find 4997 last year, making an agsrega'e since
ridav evening ol 7994 b.les, against 6403 last
eek and 5720 1: st year and since August 31 of
•Hi4.666 bales, against 884,330 last veal—increase
180,336.
Exchange telegrams make the receipts at
ali Jthe ports fiom 12 M. Saturday to 12 M, to-day
10 89(i ba'es against P',830 last week and 9*82 la«
ear, and sine
nee Friday 15,932 hales, against 16,429
eek. and 12,894 last year, Total proper since
August 31 3.116 514 Dales, against 2.488.908 fa-t year
—increase 627, > 6 bales. Export* Friday and Sat
ueuay toGreti Biitam 7956 liales, against 10 446
last week, and to the continent 14 215 hales,
gainst 9 last week. Stocks at all tlie delivery
H>rts n-ade up to 12 31. 513.164 bales, against 534.268
IHt '
? ^
hav—
SUGAR—'Tlie rMi-U'ts tin. iuornin* i-ompris.-d
15b tihde, but the mev* meuton the laifoine was in
rrupttd by r^iuy weaiber to dav. and there wi re
» safos worthy * f note Th *se on s» urday were
at 9\*' for prime, and 9H<* for strictly pr me.
MOLA^fi'—Only 10 bbls were received tins
morning. The last sales reported were at 42c or
lair ferment ing.
FLOUR—The mai ket is dull and unchanged with
only a limited local demand. The sales w eie con
fined to 1239 bbls. of which 25 and 75 con mon at
$4; 40 tine at $5 40; H4 single extra at $6; 40
double extra at $6 50; 75 and 100 choice treble
extra at $8 37k; lt'O choice extra at $9; 5® do at
$10; 25 do at $10 25; 25 do at $10 40; 50 do at
$lo 50: 200 and 4'*0 ou private terms.
CORN MEAL—Tlie market is dull and quoted st
$2 50 If* bbl. Only 100 bbls sold to-.lav at $2 50
bbl.
CORN IN SACKS—Is in liberal supply, but owing
to the inciemeuey of the weather there is verv
little demand, and prices have declined lc $ v
bushel. Tlie sales are confined to 1650 sacks, of
which 500 mixed at 53c: 150 mixed and 1000 w hite
at 54c #> bushel.
OATS—Are In good supply, but the demand is re
stricted hv rainy weather, and prices have de
clined lc bushel. The sales are confined to 600
sin ks, ot which 400 sacks at 41c, and 200 sack®
choice at 42c t?> bushel.
COW PEAS—Are quiet but firm. It is vet too
early in the season tor much demand. Round lots
of Carolina clay command $2 15 P 1 bushel. They
a e retailing at $2 2522 50 fr bnslieL
BULK CORN—There were receipts this morning
ot 50,099 bushels. The market is quoted at 47c t
bushel, but the demand for export is prevented bv
the lack of freight room.
PORK—F-.urther supplies have come in since Sat
urday and the market is quiet but very firm with
r mud lots of inejifl quoted at $17, some ask'ug
$ 17 25 fr hi 1. It is retailing at $ 17 75 fr bbl.
BACON—The market is quiet but firm, ard
shoulders are quoted at 7^ ft7kc, dear rib sides
9 v c, clear siues 10c !b.
HAMS—Continue in request 25 and 25 tierces
sugar cured sold at 14\c, and 20 auu 1" do at 14 he
fr tb; togi thei 80 tierces.
BREAKFAST BACON—Iain light supply and iu.i
demand at 12 c212^c fr ffi.
LARD—Refined is in light supply and in request,
but other descriptions aie dull. Tierce, refined,
quoted at 9c. keg 10c fr ff>.
WHISK Y—Continues dull, aud pi ices tor choice
Cincinnati rectified show a decline ot 2c fr gallon.
1<*0 bbls choice Cincinnati rectified sold at 93c fr
gallon. Louisiana rectified, G cent proof, is
quoted at 89c fr gallon. Evansville 90c fr gallon.
DRY SALT MEAT—Shoulders are in request and
command 6Ifcc, but sides are dull and uccnanged.
The* are quoti-d at for rib sides; S^c for clear
l .h sides: 8 1 4 a 9c for slear sides, aud 9c lor hams.
BRAN—The supply is good. We hear of no sales '
Saturdai 's prices were 75 d 80c fr 100 Ifcs. j
-The supply continues good, but in cotise- i
> uence of the inclemency of tlie weather there j
no glUe , tl ,.j ay .
BCTTEB—The .upp'y is Ulr w.th a goodUe- i
and t.rices have an upward teudenc
i^Vs «u.hm «.ia tod» yat
Prirre Gosben is selling at 40 ®42e; good Goshen
I ssSiOf. cboi< e Western factory 36c & It.
COFFEE—The inaiktt issteady and the demand
frir. Stock in first hands 13.503 bags. We que*e:
P ime fgo cl) 18 3 4®194 eC; good 18 s 618 3 4C; fair 186
1 ••; ordinal \ 17 </ IT %,c r :r.
hiCE-is quiet, w ith ko change In prices. The
stock on hand comp ises 1800 obis Louisiana. 150
*■ ibks Candina and 8500 bags India. We quote
Louisiana co-» mon 66 6Vie. oroiuary 767kc. prime
to choice 868he; Caiojiua is selling at 8 H d S^c for
lair to goo®; India 3 A* 63JaC (gold) in bond.
POULTRY AND EGGS—Chickens are selling on
the* .andiug at $5rt5 50 dozen for the old, and $
63 50 for riie \oung: ducks $464 50; geese $T6t
turk-vs $22 6 5. Y ggs 2(' a 23c dozen.
LEEK—Is dull. The supply is moderate, witl
1'ttle or i.o demand. New 'lexas is selling at
$11 50v? 12 50 bid. and $166 18 ^ tierce: half obh
$86.5 50; Northern at *1 W. stein $14 5u615 50
l hi and $10610 - r -0 f' half bbl; Fulton Market
$12 25 ? ha f bbl.
IMPORTED FRUIT AND NUTS—Are scarce and
in demand in co* sequeni e *-f few arrivals. Pal
eimo * ranges are selling at + * 50 box: Palerim
lemons $5 50; layer raisms $2 25 %'*■ box half bexei
$1 20, quarter boxes «5c ; citron 45c fc; currauti
» pi ones (Gi-rmai ) b 3 4 c; figs i/Lc; Brazil nuti
I2^i: almo ds 20c: shellc<l «!*> 32c; Alberts I6kc
pecans 10^6.1 Jkc: ilates 8ric Hi; bananas $1 5«
63 50 f> bunch; plantains $1 50 $> bunch; p.ne
aj'p **s uon- here: eocoanuts $:>' 50 lb UK).
GUNNY BAGS—Are se.ling at 17od7}&c apiece,
and 18 kc for re.-erve ? .
BAGGING—The *uppy 1« fair, with little orn*
d»-man<l. Domestic ju e is retaihcg at 15^c f
India in bale® at 13c, and 12c yard in rolls
*bempih>x \*f> •/>;11• i. India at wholesale .?
quoted at 11c yard.
, I K< iN i; TT* »N TIE• —>eE at 5k a 9c ^ fh.
BALING TWIN**.—Is quoted a: wholesale at 14c
lb. Dealers are retailing it at 17c lb.
NOAP— 1 The demand is good. We quote magnolia
at 5kc in small lots and 4^c in laige lots; olive
rt6? 2 c; paliu 7k 6-8c; castile 12c^ lb, with a deduc
1 tion of h ft}-; c & lb on iargf lots; < old waier soap
10c; polishing soap iOc; extra olive 7c in round
lots aud 7 h 67^e Ifi m job lots.
J LARD OIL— 1 lie stock in first hands is fair and
the demand moderate. If is retailing at 70673c
fair fall make, and 72675c V gallon ior 'winter
strained.
• NAVAL STORES—There are orders here await
leg freight room. We quote spirits turpentine at
566-57?jc gallon; r*»si:j. virgin $11at $5 50; pale
at $4 25 bb!: No. 1 $4; No. 2 $3 60 l»ld; strained
$3 40 bb'; tar $4 75 f> bbl; $2 75 half bbl;
p tCU $4 75ft5 bbl.
COOPERAGE—Prices are unchanged aud the
iiiaikct is dull. Molasses barrel®are quoted at $i2. r
6 i 40, tlie lormer for c*»untrv make. Green barrel
^H>les are scan ** an 1 held at $35ft4(>; the old 9to» k
is quoted at $25 l(Ht*» tor barrel, and $75 for
hogshead.
WOOL—The supply ;s moderate. Lake is quoted
a? 28 6 30c; Mexican improved 20c: burry i2615e
4* m.
COTTON SEED—The supply i9 moderate and the
demand is good at $13 mu, sacks tarnished.
COTTON SEKD *»iL CAKE—Citv fa**tory is sell
ing at $22623 ton; counlry $18 620. Scarcity
I ot freight room restricts movements.
COTTON SEED OIL—The supply is good and the
demand fair. Refined is selling at 45c ^ gallon;
crude nominally at 38c # gallon.
1 OAK STAVES—'The supply is ample and the de
Tnand lair. Movements are restricted, owing to
ti e want of tii iglit room. Extra pin*-, culled are
selling fit $210*/220; wine pipe $1256 130; eitra
hogshead $1506160; extra claret $1056115; extra
barrel $65670; extra k* g at $50.
FISH—Tnesupply is fair and the demand is very
goo.'. We quote: Mackerel, extra No. 1 $22 50 :n
bhls. $12 50 in half bb!s. $6 in quarter bids and
$2 5*i iu kits: No. 1 bay at $15 in bbls, $7 75 m
halt bbls. $4 50 in quarter bbls and $1 85 in kits;
No. 2 at $12 50 in bbls. $6 50 in halt bbls. $3 50
in quarter bbls and $1 65 iu kits; No. 3 $10 in
. bbls. $5 50 in half bbls, $3 in quarter bbls and
$1 35 in kits; No. 3 large $11 iu bbls. $6 iu halt
bids. $3 25 in quarter bbls anA $1 40 in kits. Cod
fash, box $1 306135, and 5kc flj in quarter
dniTTif.: large, do €60k*'!$ i It3. Herrings $3 bbl,
$4 50 half bbl aud 35c box.
j BREAD AND CRACKERS—The demand is good.
Navy bread is selling at 5kc. pilot bread 5k66c,
French biscuit 7c. 9 oda crackers 667c. butter 7c,
Boston 8c. picnic oc, oyster 8c, sugar 9612c. cream
He. ginger nuts lie, iemou snaps i6c, cracknel]
biscuits 30c ^ Itj.
1 MALT AND HOPS—T'nesupp'y isgood with little
or no demand. Choice qualities oi malt are firm.
Choice Western barley is selling at $1 306 1 40;
good distillery malt $i 2tri/1 30 busheL New
Y«»rk lump aie quoted a: tk'6o5c. and Wisconsin at
55658c *> It.
STAR CANDLES—Are quoted at 20c p !5.
i STARCH—The supply is ample. Western is ted!
ing at 5c & Ih.
MO*S—The supply is fair, with a good demand
for export. Giav is selling at 3f. 6 4c; mix d 5k a
6c; black 6 6 7c: city picked 4- 69c ^ It), showing ;»n
advance c f lc Is.
<'< The supply is good and the demand slack
P.ttsbuig is selling at $7 50 lihd; 60c t-o steam
6 80«*tomaHufacUireis.52} 2 6 55cafwhole
$i at retail. Anthracite is selling at
sl2 5( , » ton . T!ie st ock at the Willow
Grove la „ai n «oa the first instant comprised 8?
,„ laf8 an(i 4 uatges. TI ere were taken for con
smnptinn last month 32 boats aud 5 hargts.
hiIiKN—A re dn'l -.ti.i tri-t-s have n tlnwnw-iri
(Vn^trv /rre'u aij .mofed at lR dfv
K?]ted l*;<-fi ; rt 17*' r- d°rna' r ed half uriec* in
estate ina^^Tas fin.*, 22:" Ste'er
» :.i nVH . ; ttm o* Jii-t.i* ±> tfi ---m
n> lie; steer hides, under 70 It,s. at 10K.V; cow
hides, city slaughter, as they run. IfiJtc: kips, citv
rr-. I.v ; kips. 2f«30 IBs. IIW t<
, ki|1 , , a ,, tl Beeswax, prime yellow,
^oc #* ft Ox li >rns 5e each J
. as i.'iR <> I__V, w v.'.rb ' s nf " ,• p •».
t?,bac o_Th« ,mli es rem r fd n, i»v tve're
, )Thd aUSho, and *5 li damajec. 9 aad M) at —
T! „ SMa kesan agg egate for the past seven bush
(U f : g, 53 ' ; hv pr ;e e a paid have been
f u cou ' rared with „ ur ,j U „ta-ions, and Irani, g to
ltfcW4 , f;„urrn blit not rpniiirimr a v chanrr*. V\v
i.rto?,notea^o> ow Wa at fi ft
0 96 in- medium if Pu/ hV ^mmI at
? •« 12c and siiecrit ns at l^ ft l3c Receri^l ah^ e
'idSrfe^'s^
^ ".ff r.mning statement S7CU hhd.- ; esti
^FfiKIGHTS—Ashipwas taken up for Liverpool
d *L, at V 1C .'* fo 7 01 ! e / or j 5 " 81011 8t
V c. 'W e»lb» i.t-a i ,1 ot 1 J«« bales taken by vessels
"" the berth tor Ha le at Hie advanced rate of
) ^«- Maeteia are now asking \<1 tor Liverpool
and t^c for Hav«. We ouote: Bv steam-tot ton
J° *'! Te *P°°j ^ 7 Bieinen 11 lei!, bulk coin
to Liverpool It,,. By sa.l-Cottou to Liverpool II
to Diemen jos;
Marine Intelliaence.
I
J
OFFICE OP THE REPUBLICAN
Tuesday, April 15, 1873,
CLEANED YESTERDAY.
Norwegian sliip Lorelv, Pederson, for (ieflo
| Ship Hannah Morris. Jones, lor Bremen
Norwegian bark Mercurius, Ludvigsen, for Ant
Schooner GaMn®. Katbinsn. for Bayou Portage
Schooner Mary Emily, Kryzer, for Pensacoii*
t
j
*
!
A REIVED YESTERDAY.
i No arrivals from sea yesterday.)
STEAMBOATS.
Ud-.nburgh. *-*. from Dardanelles
Y. Hensley. Brotlieitnu. from Lower Co5fct
Y iiip re. Jeanfreau. from Lower Coast
Bice Farmers. Dragon, from Point a-la Hache
4 teole. Hopkins. Isom Mobile—New Basiu
Katie Campbell, fiom Vfoksburg
W s Pike. Brown, from Tunica
/'ice. Poiter. fiom Amite river—New Bsis n
Op at Rejiuh'.ic. Thorwegen. from St Louis
BEL01V COMING 0?.
Schooner Martha. New man. 2 days from Grand Ca
Llou, to John K King—
OUTSIDE THE BAR—BOUND IN.
PENSACOLA—Schooner Msry Emily—670aks eotn
10 bales oakum 3 cks bacon 1 hhd sugar 5 bags of
coffee 3 bbls oil 20 bbls flour 50 bbls potato ® 10
bales bay and sundries
BAYOU PORTAGE—Schooner Galius—I ck bacol
5 bbls whisky 2 bbls molasses 4 kegs molasses 5
bags coffee 10 bxs candlos 5 bxs soap 2 bbls p*ork 2
bbls lard 10 bbls meal 4 bbls potatoes 3 bxs cheese
2 bxs tobacco 4 rolls bagging20 sbs salt 160 sks corn
12 sks oats 4 tc ba« on 3 bbls bread 82 bbls flour ®nd
sundries
BREMEN—Whip Hannah Morris—3273 bales cotton
86 hhds tobacco 2400 staves
ANTWERP—Bark Mercunus-1809 bsU-s cotton
IMPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Ship Antarctic—Astd nuts®
HAVANA—Schooner M J Granger—190.000oranges
22no pineapples 224 bunches banar.as
LIVERPOOL—Steamship Memplrs—Astd mdse
! Sh:p Arr.ii, Lawgoi)i, from Androssan
j Ship Adonca. from Liverpool January 1*
} _
J fcXrURTo.
. ciKFLR—Shi® Lorelev—lb7» bales cotton
- .......
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
PolNT A-LA HACHE—Steamer Rice Farmers—
Sundries
MOBILE—Steamer Cr. o'e—322 bales cotton and
sundries
DARDENELLES—Steamer Edinburg—114 bales of
cotton and sundries
LOWER COAST—Steamer E Hensley—Sundries
LoWEll COAST—steamer Empire—Sundries
VICKSBURG—Steamer Katie—1193 bales cotton
423 ska cotton seed and sundries
TUNICA—Steamer W S Pike—153 bales eotton
71 sks cotton seed and sundries
AMITB RIVER—Steamer Alite—22 bales cotton
ami sundries
NT LOUIS—Steamer Republic—4 bales cot
ton 9 hhds tobacco 6874 «K& corn 7266 eks oats 2618
frks bran 403.9 bbls flour 83 ha'f bbls flour 75 bbls of
pork 87 oks bacon 312 tc* lard 1 UbaloB hav and sun
dry produce
RECEIPTS BY RAILROAD.
Apr
RoaN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXA* RAILROAD,
14—25 bale* cotton 72 head cattle and *un
NKW ORLEANS. MOBILB AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD. April 14—170 bales cotton 10 hhds tobacco
ai d sundries
NEW ORLEANS. JACKSON AND GREAT NORTH
ERN RAILROAD, April 14—414 bales cotton 89
hhds tobacco ard sundry produce
Organs Via Havana
MEMORANDA.
[By Telegraph*]
Philadelphia. Apr:! 12. 1373.
To F. A Yorke—The steamship Yazoo. Captain
Earrett. sails Sunday morning 13th instant, for
SEVEXTH LOUISIANA STATE FaIII
WILL COXKXNCB
Wednesday, apkii. il. is?3,
iSIt CONTINUE SEVEN DaTS.
A GRAND LOTTERY.
#«-K THK HKLJEF
THfe FAIR UHOUMlfl A^SOCJATIOa^.
thf Louisiana state lottery company,
will bt> tirawn in the arena, in trom*vf the grand
stand, ou th® last day u! the fair, when a grand
UISTRIBL'TION OF
t'apltnl Fri*e §5000 li» tiold,
.%niouuiiiitf f 5t
ill lake place under the following scheme:
* prize of five thousand dollars in gold...
10 prizes, ol© thousand jiollais boy a each,
secured by first mortgage on improved
properry of the fair grounds, bearing
tight per cent interest, payable se
am iiallv ut tli** tif Aninriffl. .
annually at the bank of America.......
14 prizes, five bundrtd dollars bond each,
same as above...........................
25 prizes, of ten shares each of the cap
ital stock * f the Fair Grounds Associa
tion par value $25 each.................
36 prizes. |of four shares ►ach, of the
capital stock of trie Fair Grounds Asso
ciation, same as above..................
1 prize, Duuhanj's upright Piano..........
1 prize, Chtckering s square Piavo.........
1 prize, Westermayer upright Piano......
1 prize, Steck's uptight Piano..............
1 prize, double-barreled S» ot Gun, latest
juiprofeu rebounding lock, uuderguard
lever, double grip with leather case com
plete, E. M, Reily Co.. Birmiugham....
1 prize, latlies' gold enameled Watch......
1 prize, latlies' gold enameled Watch.....
1 pTize. latlies' gold enameVeo Watch......•
1 prize, ladies' gold enameled Watcn......
I prize, ladies' gold Watch.................
1 prize, ladies' g*dd Watch................
1 prize, latlies' gold Watch................
1 prize, Grover Ac Baker's mah jg&ny cabi
net Sewing Machine.....................
1 prize, Singer's half ease rosewood Sew
ing Machine..............................
1 prize, Wheeler & Wilson's silver plated
half case Se wing Machine .............
1 prize, Howe's extra pearled anti silver
plated Sewing Machine..................
1 prize. Wilcox GibfV half case mahoga
ny Sewing Machine....................
1 prize, Florence black walnut Sewing
Machine.................................
! prize, new American Stove, extra.......
1 prize, Stewart's plain top Stove..........
1 prize, Buck's Brilliant Stove, improved..
5 prize, Charter Oak Stove, extra.........
1 prize, American Stove, extra............
100 prizes, ten dollars in gold................
ICO prizes. dollars in gold...............
500 prizes, one dollar in gold................
50* >
, $37,585
8«»3 prizes...................
TICKET# FIFTY CENT!*,
entitling the holder to one admission to the Fair,
and a chance iu the Grand Lottery.
Any person holding a numbered coupon Tias the
same chance of winning a prize in The Littery as
those who use their tickets for admission to the
Fair.
Tlie Directors of the Association having through
a series o years resor ed to every means in their
power to keep alive and foster this Association, so
identified with the progress and development of
the resources of our State, and finding themselves
at present involved to an extent that endanger*
its very existence, have adopted the following
plan, which to them seem the only practical ana
certain way of raising funds necessary to perpetu
ate this institution »nd place it upon a basis that
w iil enable it to continue its course of usefulness.
The object of the Association is to create a re
newed interest among all classes of our citizens in
our coming Fair, and ai the same time by offering
large inducements, stimulate the sale of its tickets
to an extent that will enable it to realize an
amount adequate to its pressing wants.
The plan adopted by the Association is to issue
20<U (•(» tickets, at fifty cents a ticket, the same
price as is usual for admission to the Fair, with a
coupon attached bearing a number: the said ticket
entitling the holder to one admission to our Fair,
the coupon to be retained by himself.
On the last day of the Fair numbers correspond
g with the number of tickets issued will be
placed ia a wheel, and all of the prizes in another,
when the grand drawing will take place under th
Oil r\... - C 1 Lk /.f till. . ) Air il.#. nr. .11 I* . . ...l i,
supervision of the following well known gen
tlemen :
I. N. Marks, Esq., Pres.dent of the Mechanics' and
Agricultural Fair Association:
Fir—W e, the undesigned, have received youi
communication asking e*ur aid in superintending
the drawing of tlie Grand Lottery on the Fail
unds at your next Fair, and fully recognizing
importance of the enterpi ize which * our As
sociation has labored so earnestly to establish, and
believing the plan you have adopted to be thor
oughly practical and well worthy the confidence
and support oi' the public, cheerfully comply w ith
your request.
Hoping your Association may find In this plan
the relief 'so earnestly sought ior, we remain, with
much tespect. very truly your®.
GENERAL G. T. BEAUREGARD.
HON. L. A. WI1.TZ,
Mayor of the city of New Orleans.
Cliaries ravarec. Esq., Patrick Irwin. Fsq.,
i\ A. Whitney, Esq.,
E. B. driggs, Ksq..
j. H. Oglesby, Ksq.,
diaries Pothoff, Esq.,
Albert Baldwin, Esq.,
lineider, Esq
Janies I. Day, F
L. H. Gardner, Esq..
W. 8. Pike. Bsq .
S. H. Kennedy. Ksq.,
B. F. Flanders. Ksq..
Lou
Tickets for sale at the Central Office or Lottery
Bazar of the Association, No. 107 Canal s reeT. cor
ner of Exchange alley, and at the jewelry, music,
clothing, hook and liquor stores, lottery vendors,
hotels, and depots for the sale of sewing machines.
For further particulars concerning the Fai. and
Lottery, address
LUTHERHOMEti,
Secretary and Treasurer.
22 New Orleans. Louisiana.
SUCCESSION NOTICES.
^urce*wior* of Mr*. Irene f.ninnrnndier.
Widow iff Celestiu Morel de Guiramond—No.
36,239.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FoU THE PARISH
O of Orleans.—Whereas. Mrs. Laviuia Laruoran
dier, widow iff Henri Bonneva 1 , has petitiored the
court tor letters of administration on the estate
of the late Mrs. Irene Lamorandier. w idow* of
Morel de Guiramond. Notice is hereby given to
ail whom it may concern, to show cause w Urn
ten days why the prayer of the said petit oner
should not be* granted.
By order of the Court.
a pi 1 15 19* FRANK PACE. JR., €>?k.
!<*uccfN»ioii ot James Medd-.No. 35.4 1^.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
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
pieseiit notification, if any they have or can. v hy
the account presented by the executrix in 16is
estate should not he homologated and approved,
and tho ffmds distributed :n accordance theio
v it li.
• order of the Court.
apl 1 15 19* FRANK PACE. JR., Clerk.
POUND NOTICES.
Dkpakt.mknt of Policf, ?
New Orleans, April 14. 1873. j
' TJ> THE THIRD DISTRICT
Pound, corner ut Urquhart and Union streetc—
One B ack HORSE, about tweh© hands high.
Which, if not claimed within live days arid the
expenses thereon pnid.w il be sold at public auc
tion at said pound, on SATURDAY. April 19,
1873. at twelve © clock M.
ROBERT EREWFTER.
No. 6—ap!5 td Administratof
SHERIFF S SALES.
J. II. t'amor® A l o. y«, V, Vnrraud*
facias to me diiected bv the houorable the Sixth
District Court tor the parish of Orleans, in tlie
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at puls
lie auction on the premises hereinafter designated,
on SATURDAY. April 19. 1373, at five o'clock P. II.,
the following describe*! property, to wit—
THE CONTESTS OF A BAKERY, situated on
Rampart street, between Hospital and Ursulines
streets, in the Second District of this city.
Also, the Furniture and Movable® iu said prem
ises.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
*\ f. harper.
ap8 15 19 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleaji*
Pierre Oejan v*. limac Kodriguez.
S IXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
Orleans, No. 4497.—By virtue of a writ of fieri
facias to me directed by the honorable the Sixth
District Court for the paiith of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, on SATURDAY, April 26, 1873, at five
o'clock P. M., at my warehouse. No. 74 St. Ann
street, between Royal and Bourbon streets, in the
Second District of this c.ty, the fo.lowing described
property, to wit—
THE FURNITURE taken from the premises No.
iiitorj which may he
Kerlerec street, as per in
seen in my office.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash ou the spot.
w. p Harper, «
Sheriff of the Parish ot Orleans.
ap!5 20 26
.'larie Jeanne Pisero* v*. Antoine Pinero®*
S IXTH DISTRICT COURT >OR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 4238.—By virtue of a writ of
fieri facias lo me directed by the honorable the
Sixth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled cause, I will proceed to bell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, on SATURDAY. May 17. 1873, at twelve o'clock
M . the follow a; descnb**d property, to wit—
THREE LOIS OF GROUND, « tuated in the fau
bourg Bouligny. ia the iatr parish of Jefferson,
now the Sixth District of this ciri . designated by
the numbers sixteen, seventeen acd eighteen of
square numt er fourteen comprised between Jena.
Cadiz, Laurel and Live Oak streets: said lots hav
ing each thirty feet fronton Live Oak street by
one hundred and thirty feet in depth, between
parallel lines, and hounded in the rear by lot num
1 er twenty-four. The whole as per plan drawn by
K Moelhau-en, late surveyor, dated July 7, 1841. in
possession of John M. Bach. Bring the same prop
erty acquired by the Defendant herein, a* per act
of partition passed before O. Drouet, notary public
.3 this city, on the sixth of March, 1865.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
W p. HARPER.
4»pl5 jPL* mylT Sler.tf of lit Pal »oL of Orleans.
SHERIFFS SALES.
< rati©, Brreil & { o. vs. 51. A. Condon*
1 J1FTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH O?
. Orleans. No. 4110.—By virtu© of a writ of
fieri facias, to me directed by the honorable tl.e
Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled cause, l \»i>l pioceed to sell at
public auction, at itv warehouse. No. 74 St. Ann
6treet, between Royal aud Bourbon st reets. in
Second District of this city, on MONDAY, April
21. 1873. at five o'clock P.M., the following described
propertv, to wit
ONE OPEN CARRIAGE. THREE HORSES AND
ON A ROSEWOOD COFFIN, taken from the prem
ises corner ot Magazine and 1 elord streets,
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—This being the second and last auction,
the said property will be definitely adjudicated
to the highest and last bidder lor wbat it will
bring, at twelve months' credit.^the purchasers
furnishing bond, witn good and solvent security,
bearing five per cent interest per annum from
date, until payment. Said purchaser will have to
deduct and pay iu cash the printing sheriff's and
c'eik's tees, etc., which amount altogether to
the euiu of fifty dollars, or thereabouts.
W. P. HARPER,
aplO 15 20 Sheriff of tlie Parish of Orleans.
.Hr*. Widow G.C. D'ineau u. Michael U
rady.
JIXTH DISTRICT COURT for thr parish OF
" Orleans, No. 3973—B.v virtue of a writ of eeiz
re anil sale to me directed by the honorable the
xtb District C ourt for the parish of Orleans, iu
the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, hetweou Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, ou TfKSDAY, April 22, 1873, at twe.ve
o'clock M.. the following described property, to
THE UNDIVIDED FOURTH PART of the follow- j
ing described squares of ground together with the i
binidm- s and improvements thereon: |
1. A CERTAIN SQUARE OF GROUND. Situated in j
the First District of this city, bounded by C'lai- |
borne. Willow . Poyliras anil La ayette streets, |
. ,
ed t» ' ' * - ' -* 1
divided into fifteen lots. numbere*l from one to
fifteen inclusive, as per plan of L H. Pilie, surveyor, ,
i-igiith of December, 1858, anil deposited j
in the «I1W of E. Bout v, notary public in this citi;
saiil square measuring nllogribcr three bundled
a- d forty-three fret nine inches two lines front on i
ai bo rue street, two hundred ami twenty-two ft
treet, three hu
foet
eight inches front on Lafayette street, three hun
dred ami seventy two feet time inches five lines
trout on Willow street, aud seventy-nine feet t out |
on Povdrosstreet.
1. AND ANOTHER SQUARE OF GROUND, situ
a ed iu the same ihstrii t, bounded by Poydras, St. j
Magdalen, Lafayette and St. Adeline streets, des- j
iguated by the let ter A, and composed of twenty
eight lota, numbered from one to twenty eight, j
inclusive, as per idan of C A. de Armas, surveyor,
dated seventh of Feb uary, 1859, ai d deposited m
tlie office of H. B. Cenas, late no'ary public in this
city: said square measuring, altogether, two hun
dred and forty-five feet two irches one line front
on Poydras street, four hundred and seven feet
eleven inches seven lines front on St. Magdalen
street, two hundred and fifty-three feet one inch :
five lines front« n Lafayette street, three hundred |
and seventy sight feet nine inches five lini-s front j
on St. Adeline stn et, the whole American measure.
Which said undivided fourth of sail squares of
ground weie acquired by the defendant herein
from the cities ot New Orleans anil Baltimore by
two several acts, one executed bet ore K. Bonny,
notary public in this city, on the fifteenth day of
hiiiary, 1859. and the other executed befor
late notary Cenas, ou the seventeenth day of April,
1859i
Se zed in the above suit.
s—This being the second and last auction.

'!*7m'ruSf"ia' !
in',(3 ai d bolveut security bearlug i
eut Iteest^r annum ti s^'.lat. aod !
onBomunmCal j
i ,1,^11
at twelve months' credit, * tie purchaser furnishing
bend with
eight per cent
special luorrga^. .
payment. Said purchaser eliall have to deduct .
X isiL 8 !
(irdfarn and' fortheitiiore the xStatt- i
par,Sb" and municipal taxes, the amoint ot widen ,
i not yet ascejtained.
W. P. HARPER,
Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
j
ap5 15 27
!
Isufitte, liufilluft A Co.
John George
vva ' K r -
I NOURTH DISTRICT COURT F*'R THE PARISH
1 of Orleans. No. 41.129.—By virtue of a writ oi
seizure and sale to me directed by the honorable
the Fourth District Court for the parish of ur
leans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
('anal and Customhouse et reets, in tlie Second Dis
trict of this city, on MONDAY, May 5. 1973 at
twelve o'clock M., the following described prop
erty. to wit—
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. Toge ber
with all and singular the buildings and improve
ments thereon, r'glits. ways, privileges or servi
tudes (hereunto attached or in anywise apper
taining, situa ed in the hit*- City of Jefferson, now
Sixth District of this city, in the square numbered
sixty-five, w hich is bourn ed by Bordeaux, Apollo,
Nvailes (or St. Charles) and Upperiine street*; said
portion of groumi measures ninety-five fret fr* nt
ou St. Charles street or avenue, by a depth and
front on Bordeaux street of one hundred and eighty
quired by the defendant herein ny purcha
from A. Wallace Hunter, per act pasved befor
Octave *le Armaq a notary public iu this city, on
the thirtieth day of January, 1872.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash ou tbt spot.
w. p. harper.
ap3 15 nri Klieriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Dr, !*• I(, Plussnn* v*. W. 11. <'ani|»h«*ll.
1 NOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
1 of Orleans. No. 40.120.—By virtue of a writ of
seizure and 6ale to me diiected by the honorable the
Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled cause, I will pioceed to 6ell at,
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, bet ween Canal aud Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of thii
city, on TUESDAY, April 29, 1873, at twelvi
o'clock M.. the following described property, t*
THREE CERTAIN LOTS OV GROUND, with all
the buildings and impiovements thereon, situated
in the Sixrn District of this city, late city and
parish of Jeff* rsou. iu square number fifty or three
Hundred ami thirty-six, new plan, and bounded by
Peiier. Pry tan ia, General Taylor and Constantino
ple strr ets, the said oortiou of ground measuring
ninety feet rout on Porter street, by one hundred
feet in depth, and is comp sea of lots numbers
twenty, twentv-oue aud twenty-two, as per plan
of said faubourg, which property was acquired by
the defendant herein, by purchase Dora John Moy
lan, per act passed before F. B. Eailiait, notaiy
public in this citv. on February 9, 1872.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—The purchaser to assume the payment
of a promissory note ior the sum of seven hundred
do'lars, secured b\ mortgage on said above
described property, drawn by defendant to bis own
o der and by him indorsed, dated Februari 9, 1872,
payable eighteen months artei date, and hearing
six per ce. i interest p* r annum from date until
maturity and eight per cent interest per annum
a f ter mat mitv until paid, and the balance of the
price of adjudication, cash on tlie spot.
W. P. HARPER,
mli29apl5 29 Sheriff of tho Parisli of Orleans.
Lifilte, Dufillio A to. v*. A'liold KHi*
and Others, Trustees of the Estate of William
David Bankrupt.
F ourth district court for the Parish
of Orleans, No. 41,128.—By virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale to roe di-eeted by the honor
able the Fourth District Court for the parish
of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I wifi pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
ai d Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second Dis
trict of this citv, on MONDAY. May 5, l«73, ai
twelve o'clock M.. the following described prop
erty. to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with
The buildings and improvements thereon, situated
in the First District of this city, in square bounded
oy Julia, In vades (formerly Philippa) and Ram
part (formerly Circus) streets and Triton w alk, as
per plan drawnbyA.de Young, surveyor, dated
May 7. 1862. and deposited in the office of James
Graham, a notary public in this city, according to
which said plau said lot forms the corner of Julia
and Dryade® streets, and measures twenty five
feet fiont on Julia street, by a d ptb aud front on
Dryaiiea street of sixty two teet seven inches, an
a width in the rear of twenty fiv » feet, with th
use on an alley three feet w de, opening o
Dryades street at the rear of said lot. and being
the same property acquired hy the defendant here
in by purchase trorn Airs. C. Connolly, by an act
parsed before said notary Graham ou the twelfth
et May, 1862.
Seized in the above suit.
Term®— Cash on the spot,
<ri»3 15 my®
w. p. harper.
Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans
Marc® fovari >vich v®. Widow Charles J.
l>aron (Marie Louise Bouligny).
^JIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
O ot
Orleans, No. 4250.—By virtue of a writ ot
seizure and sale to me directed by the honorable
the Sixth District Court for the parish ot Orleans
in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal ana Cus
tomhouse streets, iu the Second District of this
city, en TUESDAY, April 15,1673, at twelve o'clock
M. the following described property, to-wit—
A LOT OF GROUND situated in this city, in the First
District,square bounded by Villere, Gasquet or Jack
son, Marais and Canal streets, measuring ninety-six
feet front on Villere street, hy one hundred and
twenty seven feet in depth, more or less, with all
the appurtenances and dependencies thereto be
longing, which property was acquired bv defend
ant herein by inheritance from her deceased hus
band, Charles J. Daren, and said defendant wuh put
in possession of the said property by a judgment
rendered and signed by the Honorable the Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans, on the
twentieth of September. 1«67, and tbe said late
Charles J. Daron had acauired the same from Marie
Beaulieu, by act passed before J. Agaisse. then a
notary public in this city, on the twenty-fifth of
March, 1854; registered in conveyance office, nook
t>2, tolio 643.
S* ized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash *ui the spot.
, XV. i>. Harper,
nihil 30 apl-> Sheriff of thu Parish of Orleans.
Joseph Angladen v*. Bernard i'azerea—
N 3893°t* iC t Court for the parisli of Oi leans.
Lane A Bercheimer vs. Bernard Cazeres— Sixth
District Court for the parish of Orleans, No.
B
Y VIRTUE OF TWO WRITS OP FIERI F4
eias to me directed by the honorable the said
District Courts for the pttiish of Orleans, iu tne
above entitled causes, I will proceed to sell at pub
lie auction, ou the premises hereiaatter designated
op SATURDAY April 26, 1873, at half-pal? ^,
o ciock A. M., the fo.lowing described property, to
THE FURNITURE, FIXTURES LIQUORS A"D
ALL MOVABLE PROPERTY eontsmedin theeoffff
house At No. 22 Exchange alley, in the Second Dis
-net ot this city, as per inventory, which may he
seen in iny office.
Sei7,ed ia the above suits.
Terms—Cash ou the spot,
W. P HARPER,
fiber.ff of the Parish of Or.eaus.
api: 2(1 X
AUCTION SALES.
By G. De Feriet & Co.
S CCEiSION OF MRS. F. KBCLL.
Second District Court for the IMrish of Orleans—
No. 35.338.
B Y li. DE FERIET A CO.-JOHN «. MON
rose. Auctioneer—Office No. 50 Roval street.—
TUESDAY. April 15. 1873. at twelve o'efock M , at
the Ft. Louis Auction Exchange, will be sold by
public auction, by virtue of an order from the
Hon. A. L. Tissot. judge of the Second Dis^rW
Court fur the parish ol Oilcans, dated March 14
1873, the following describ 'd property for account
ol saiil succession—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND ei uated in the
Third District ot' this city, in the square bounded
by French men. Dauphine. Union and Koval streets,
and measuring 30 foot (Kronen measure) front on
Frouchuien street, by 131 foot in depth; together
with all the building* a *1 improvements thereon,
being Nos. 62 and 64 Frenchmen street.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
Act of sale before W. J. CasfolL rotary public at
tbeoX|>en*e of purchaser. mh!5 22 29 aj*5 12 15*
By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery
! HOUSEHOLD furniture, PIANOS. CARPETS'
i ., T ,, T
j fciv ., ai Aitm . .
| t> V ti, M. A H. J .>!(
j JlA R. M. Montgomery, Auoti
.......
AIOfc'TUOJIJKK Y—
•tioneer—Office Anc
orv Hall, No. 87 Camp street.- Vill l*e sold on
every SATURDAY, TUESDAY and THURSDAY, at
the ruction rooms No. 37 Natchez street, at el©ver
° A°(thNKRAL ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SEC
OSD-HAND FURNITURE, such as Rosewood, Ma
j hoganv and Walnut Bedsteads, Armoirs, Bureaus
i Washstands, Parlor Furniture. Marble-top Centre
| Tables, Carpets, French Plate Mirrors, Mat«resars
j Cooking Stoves, etc.
| al*o.
| Upright and Square PIANOS of Pleyel. Favte and
other manuiactonea
ALSO.
1
,
j
it their largf warerooms known as Armory Half,
8, tamp street, a .arge etock^f NEW FURNI
i TURF, of every description and design at private
no9
THERFON. SITUATED IN THE SIXTH DIS
TRICT. AT AUCTION.
SUCCESSION OF P. CARRAHER.
Second
t Court tor the Pi
leans—No. 35,811.
ish of Or
THREE LOTS OF GROUND AND -MPRoVKMENTfi
|
j
j
j
: . ... • ... • , A i#t . 4l ,
| >I '* k Auct . 1 - n chat ge, in the
j
B Y K. 31. A- H. J. MONTGOMERY-k
M. Montgomery. Auctioneer.—Will be sold
on SATURDAY, Mav 3. 1873,
velve o'clock
out lit lotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, in tins
city, by virtue and in pursuance of > n order of tlie
Hoii. A. L Tissot, Judge of the Second District
Court for the parish of Orleans, dated March 22.
187 1, docket No. 35,811, for account succession of P.
Can aher, deceased—
ONE LOT OF GROUND, with improvements there
on. coutist.iDg in one story frame house, situated
in the Sixth District oi this city, iu tiie square
bounded by Levee, Milan, Water and Berlin streets,
* eaignated as No. 13 ot square L, measuring 25
on Levee, b\ 120 fret in depth between
• K5S el lin ' s ' 6aid Iut '■' ru ' i,J « turutr Lfvee ami
! 1 '» N * loT OF with improvements
i thereon, situated m tame square as the above,
! *lesigu»ted as No. 14. measurlug 25 feet fronton
j Ls vre street by 120 ten iti.lepth, between parallel
hues; said lot adjoins lot No. 13.
. i op i*n the
!
i situaftd in the same (the Sixtii) district ot
, ^^tnd IsiguateT™ V" ll meas^l^S'frli
j said, and designated as N ». 15 measurio^ 25 fot
trout on Levee street by 120 foef iu depth, bet wee
parallel lines.
! Terms—Oue-third cash, the balance at one and
j two years, in notes secured by special mortgage
on the property, at eight per cent interest per
annum from day of sale till paid, the mortgage to
embrace tlie clause o» five per cent for attorney's
ties in case id* suit; the improvements to be kept
fully insured and the policy transforred to vendor,
Act of sale before J. F. Coffee, at the expense oi
the purchaser, including the taxes for 1873.
iufi29 ap 5 15 29 m> 2 3
By the Post Quartermaster.
-•-#-«
AUCTION SALE OF QUARTERMASTER'S STORES
OPFICE Po*T QrAKTKRMASTER, 3
Jackson Barracks. S
New* Orleans. La., April 10, 1873.)
I WILL EXPOSE FOR SALK AT PUBLIC Auc
tion on WEDNESDAY, April 30, 1878, at 11 A. M.
!
I
at the post of Jackson Barracks, New Orleans,
Louisiana—
A QUANTITY OF QUARTERMASTER'S STORES,
Clothing and Camp and Garrison Equipage, and
Subsistence Stores, and Commissary Property, con
sisting ot Cha rs, Desk*. Cooking Ranges and Heat
ing Stoves, Blacksmiths and Carpenters' Tools,
shovels, Spades, Hoes, Scythes, Hakes. Pickaxe
Hatchets, Iron Bedsteads, Pork. Tobacco, etc.
Terms of sale—Cash.
S. C. VEDDER.
Lieutenant Nineteenth Infonlry, Acting Assistant
Q aiterinaster, United States Army,
apio 6fc
By C. E. Girardey & Co.
OPES ACCOUNTS.
SUCCESSION OF WALLACE A. WHITTKJIOHE.
Second District Court for tlie Parish of Orleans,
No. 35,490.
B V 1\ K. GIRARDEY ifc CO., AUCTION
EERS.—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer.—Office
No. 17 Exchange Place.—TUESDAY', April 15, 1873,
at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants anil Auc
tioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, by virtue of
an order of the honorable the Second District
Court for tne parish of Orleans, dated April 2, 1873,
will be sold by public.auction—
SUNDRY OPEN ACCOUNTS, forming part of the
assets of the late commercial firm or Wang At Whit
teraore, of this city, as per detailed list ou file iu
the clerk's office, and to be exhibited at sale.
Terms—Cash on the spot.. ap5 10 13 15
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
BY ORDER OF E. E. NORTON, ASSIGNEE.
B Y t\ E. GiRAKDEY & CO., AUCTION
eerc—Office No. 17 Exchange place.—TUKS
DAY, April 15. 1873. at twelve o'clock M., at the
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, ou Royal
street,between Cana! and Customhouse streets! iu
this city of New Orleans, per order oi the District
Court of the United States of America for the
District of Louisiana, sitting in bankruptcy, will
be sold bv public auction—
CERTAIN BILLS RECEIVABLE, OPEN AC
COUNTS, and other personal property, surrender
ed in the following t aim d estates in bankruptcy,
and in no way guaran'eed, and sold with the pro
viso that w here claims are in the bands of attor
neys tlie purchaser is t*» assume all charges in ad
dit on to the amount of his bid, .o w it:
No. 623—C. L. Cbasi*.
No. 259—Jaso F. Kennedy.
No. 1150— Daniel Frazer
1215—R. K. vVaiker &: Co , R. K. Walker and
as Mt Kinght, individually, etc.
293—J. J. Person Ai Co., J. J. Person and M.
Thoi
AO.
Clarki
2914— .
e. iudr
No.
1208—.
No.
1152-.
No.
117:i— I
No.
1230—1
No
1256—.
No.
1269 —\
No.
1219—1
No.
1267—1
No.
1273—1
No.
321—1
No.
1* 91 —'
Terms—Cu
ury notes.
The
list c
ott.
-B. Weil & Brother.
-Leon Meyer.
-Daniel Hicky.
Davenport.
'91—Michael Hans.
175—John L. Lee k Co.
Terms—Cush on tiie spot in United States treas
The list of property to be sold can be seen at
tlie office ot E. E. Norton, assignee, until the day
of sal * ap 3 12 13 15
of sal * ap 3 12 13 15
________NOTARIES.
JAMES GRAHAM, ......
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSONfcR OF LEEDS
Has removed Ms office to
*1 ............ 1 'arondelel EtreH............ 44
mh20 Im
A UP HO, Jit..
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
IlfBcr .Vo. 17 ('ainmercinl Place.
Passport, procured with dispatch, and prompt
attention given to all. a pio j y eo d
MACHINERY.
^UAKSFLARK FOUNDRY,
Glrod Between Bnrnnne sod Dry
tide* Street*, New Orlentm.
pn A. Nhakspeare, A. .Smith, aH. Swoop.
SHAKSPKARK. SMITH k CO.,
<Successors to Gediles, Shakeepear A Co.),
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINioTb
manufacture every variety of Steam Engines, Sugar
Mi'is, Centrifugal Machines. S3w Mills, Drainmi
Machines. Mill and Gin Oeaiing and Grate Bjyu
Store front*. Columns, Ventilator® and fV
Weights.
Blacksmith work of all kinds. ap27 ly
GROCERIES.
y^lK-iT <lCAI.iTV
I'AMILY GBOCEfilES,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES, SUPERIOR WINES.
BRANDIES AND WHISKIES,
J. \V. IM.ATT,
Vo. 10b! ( amp Street. Corner si Poydrn.,
Has constantly on hand a large and complete
stuck of goods in his line, to which the attention
of city and country buyers is invited.
Features of business;
PULL STOCK, CHOICE GOODS, LOW PRICES
AND ONE PRICK ONLY.
All purchases delivered free of charge.
apl3 1m No. 102 Cam pstteet, corner Poydras,
STEAMSHIPS.
STATE LINE STEAMSHIP < 0>IP»n v
LIMITED.
The following new first class, full powered, Clyd.
built screw steamships are intended to sail k,—*
larlv between NEW ORLEANS, ud LlVERPoir
and'GLASGOW aud NEW Y'ORK: .
LOCISIANA, 2000 tons register----Captain Stewtr
MINNESOTA, 200i tons register....Captain Ham;,,
ALABAMA. 2400 tons register........Captain F,im
PENNS'LVa.MA, 2500 tons register.Captain Br«2
VIRGINIA, 2'00 tons register..............Buildir,
GEORGIA, 2500 tons register..............Bui dinf
Tlie steamers of tiiib line wl
sail for
l.iverpool Direct.
_ as follows:
MINNESOTA, ou THURSDAY, April 16.
ALA BA MA, oil or about Saturday' Mav 3.
LOUISIANA, on or about Saturday, May 17.
MINXES' iTa. on or about Saturday, June IT,
ADaBAMA, on or about Saturday, June 28,
Will receive and sign through bills ot lading v,
Havre, Bremen, Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterdam
and all Continental ports.
Return tickets available for TWELVE MONTHS
at reduced rates, and through tickets to all parts oi
the United Kingdom and Europe.
A stewardess and surgeon are attached to each
steamer. No charges tor medicine or medical at.
tendauce.
Money orders granted free of charge.
Prepaid emigration tickets issued here to partite
desirous of sending for their friends.
These vessels cross the bar at all times without
detention.
For freight
passage, having uniuirpaesed ac
MILLER & CO., Agents,
No. 29 Caroudelet street, New < tric ars.
, ROSS SKOLFIELD ir CO..
No, 9 Chapel street, Li-erpooL
LEWIS T. MERKOW ir CO„
No. 65 Great Clyde street, Glasgow.
flit i KlIilMhi.L L.1V*.
For Vet* York Direct.
Thio Line la composed of the Steamships
NEW ORLEANS. nOBTIN
IJHORGB CROMWKLL, HKORGK WASHINGTON.
The steamsh p
GEORGE WASHINGTON,
QUICK. Commaudef.
SATURDAY. April ID »: 8 A. M
will laave nar vnarf, toot 01 T0n101.ee street. Ap
•bore.
raasagt.........................
Freight for Liverpool. Bremen and" Havre take*
by thie line and through bills of lading glva* It *
th© cam©- For freight or passage apply to
ALFRED MOULTON
! a " ®o. 4) Caroudelet street.
FOR HAVANA.
Toucbin# hi Cedar Key® nod Key W$®t 4
4'firrylog the Untied Stale® Mall.
The New Orient)®, Florida
Havana Steamship C-Ompaty
wit] dispatch a ti 1 t.t ■ 'ass fast
senger steamer
Every Wednesday,
From Ihe font of Calliope street. Firs* Diatriel
5UTKSOF PASSAGE:
To Havana. To Cedar 1st
Cabin......................$40 £ 15
Steerage................... 20
Through bills of ladiug issued to al! point® la
Florida, including Tampa, anil to New York, Cbax
ieston and Savannah.
None bnt the company's bills of lading clgnad
and none signed after sailing of the steamer. *
Splendid passenger accommodations and thiongl
tickets given fo above points.
No freight received without nermif from th® of#
flee.
For freight «>? passage apply to
I. K. Bo BERTS, Treaenrer.
No. 12® Common street,
_, v ••ver tbe Louisiana National BsnJt
a .ir ttearaship HAVANA fellows on reguiaf
day. drfT],
BREMEN.
North GerimiD l.loyil.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW ORLRAJlfl
via Havre, Southampton and Havana.
The -itenniHblpA ol (he Nort|
|German L'oyd will resume the*
regular trips as follows:
... From Bremen. Prom New OrlMCA.
FRANKFURT. ..January 29. March 2
HANNOVER----FebruaVy26. March 3<L
STRASSBURG..March 26, Anril 26
FRANKFURT. ..April 9. M^y n. '
Further days of departure will be advertised her*,
after.
The steamers touch outward at Havre and Hat*
ana. and on their home trip at Havana and South,
ampton to land and receive passengers and freight,
PRICES OF PASSAGE.
From Bremen, Southampton or Havre to Havant,
or New Orleans.
fabln............................ $isn gold.
Steerage........................... 40 gold.
From New Orleans or Havana to Southampton
Havre or Bremen.
Cabin.........................-....*150 gold.
Steerage.......................... 45 g 0 j4.
From New Orleans to Havana.
Cabin.........................$35 g 0 ]d.
Steerage...................... 15 gold.
Passage ticaeta from Bremen, Southampton 01
Havre to New Orleans, issued by the undersigned.
For further particulars appiv to
ED. F. STOCKMEYER Sr CO., Agents,
ly No. 42 Union street.
RAILROADS
J^EW ORLEANS, ItlOKII.E
TEXASRAII.HOAD.
1'n»*engcr Depot Fool of I'niinl Street.
On and atter February 9, 1873, trains Jtave at
8 A. M. and 5:15P. M
Trains arrive at 3:55 P. M. and 4 P. M.
COAST TRAIN RUNS TO OCEAN SPRINGS.
Leaves New Orleans everv Saturday at 4 P. M.
Leaves Ocean Springs every Sunday at 6 P. if.,
stopping at all way stations.
PULLMANS PALACE SLEEPING CARS nm
through to Lynchburg, Atlama, Louisville and St.
Louis, making close connections with all the ponu.
lar routes to the East, North and West.
Tickets for sale corner Camp aud Common
street s. opposite City Hotel aud at depot.
E. P. SHUTE,
General Ticket Agent.
. , S. H. SCRANTON,
J a * General Superintendent.
Q.KKAT JACKSON ttOL'TE.
trams depart and arrive as follows (from depot
foot of Calliope street):
DEPART. ARRIVE.
Express..... 7:40 A. M.lExpress...... J :30 A. M.
MiuI ..........*i:OV P. M.jMail.......... VZ:30 P. AL
Accommoda- . lAceeommda
'>on........ItOOP. M.| tion........ <1:50 A. M.
This line is many miles the shortest, and many
hours the quickest to all points North and East,
and the only line running Pullman's Palace Sleep
ing Cars to Louisville, Humboldt and Memphis
----------, ----------- WAI,. Memphis
without change. Only one change to principal
cities North and East. Tickets for sale and all in
lormati* n given Corner Camp aud Common street®,
under City Hotel, New Orleans.
ja!21y
D. SHELDON, Agent.
E. D. FROST General Manager.
gTEEi. HAH,! IHHffll.K TKAUH
Baltimore and ohio
RAILROAD,
Th. great short line from Cincinnati iot ColujsbtJl
* E A NT!
Saving eighty-seven to 110 miles, and arriving pasf
train in advance at
NEW YORK.
Saving fifty-nine ratios, and arriving six acd ® tjh|
hours in advance at
BALTMIOUK.
fl®rin seventy seven miles, and arriving aigtZ
—' '•** <•"'* Oill » Utp 1
And three-quarters hours in advance .A
WASHINGTON.
Reaching
FIIII.ADEI.PIUA
One train the quickest.
THE GREAT IRON RAILWAY BRIDGM
Ov.r the Ohio river, at Parkersburg aud Bellas
are completed.
MORNING AND NIGHT LINES OF
Pullman'. Pninre Drn wlng-ltoom u
Sleeping Car.
Are run on this route from St. Louis, Cincinnati I
Co.umbus to Baltimore and Washington City,
WITHOUT CHANGE I
Tickets lor sale at ail ticket offices in the South
and West.
L. M. COLE,
Genera) Ticket Agent. Baltimore, Maryland.
W. P. SMITH,
Master Tranerortatinn, Baltimore, Maryland.
SIDNEY B. JONES
Genera! Passengir Ageat, Cincinnati, Ohio.
mh!5
TO TH* EUR
rjiO TII* EAST.
VI. J.oul.vlU. and Ohio nnd yiu.l
Kallwny.
The completion oi the Louisville Division of <»m .
^"UsVl^he d M ' Ulpn '" at ,or *•"•**>
8KWT ROUTE T4> CINCINNATI,
ALL POINTS BAST AND NORTHEAST.
THREE THROUGH TRAINH DAILY,
With direct connections from the south ter CM
cinnatl
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
_ euxe and aak for tloke' via Louisville aag tM
Ohio and Mississippi Railway, for sale at all Aria'
Ctpai ticket offices in the South, and in Loulsvma aft
the General Office of the Company, corner Fourth
ana Main streete, also t Gall House and UrairriL*
lne and WUlard Hot
N. B.—Tickets to Vi; nnatqand points Ml rt^rMl
this line, are good ot all line steamers
line ticket, are goo<* on this road.
CHARLES K FOLLETT,
fttaneral P-aaenge: ujd Ticket Agent. St. LoaIa
J. L. GR18WORD,
Veneral Superintendent fit. Loots.
THOMAS BOBWIN,
17* ly Venera! fiontheni Ageot. slartta

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