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o- w t to gret thle tra rhere. Ai over the horsemen fell;. me, n thoughti, he oula d never tell; hrt e dAied room where the maiden lept. I5 goldnh h was rippling laow I aroe to tbohe pulele bne + i buhee ae the duethubl Ulay ltdeSt thou learned to love me, ve to wed." S t loved bu e always, I love the sw," Te third one crled as he kised her brow; ' the h s* to come our souls sl wed. .. uin lenly out from the oaken door, wn~o e h mlen s tO .m return o mr d105 6 German. pigNT CI SA3. If any of the celebrated tmesre resorts of the NMoth aid east could boast the advantages e- red by Point olear n Mobile fay, what a es otinuono rush of peaure seekers there would be from the foath. How our mlgrts ry popula tOi l spend its mloney, and bear with stoic ladifirenee the dangers and diffiultie attend eIt upon a trip there. There is consolation in the thought that the Sonthern people are learn tafg wisdom In this regard-are coming to appre idate the beauties of their own neighborhoods, the Ardvantages of their own seaside waterlng-plates Mature has done much for Point dlea,and man re -eOguInlug the tare beauty of the loeation, san its peculiar advantages, has not been slow to place tere every necessary adjunct to a delightful sum --mer residence. Upon its snowy, rm, eloping beach, the white apped surf rolls i graceful curves, with ever a mluicat muraler, and the glorious brase fresh froa the gulf, come laden with the perfume of the se and with life for the invalid. Not even mewport boaoete finer sur bathing. W ahinet hbindred yards of the hotel tght d the most deltoieou vralsecf a that s in the Gulf, and ot..edae4 . ds shrimp are found in uallemtequai S lee eo pleasant rides sad drivetl the dleest woods, which are filed with game, k I and swifh sailboats are In attendanes, and -ilard tables and ten.pin alleys I oonvetiat . ldwin, the proprleor, a whole S t- n mený, end t.ee w,. uao ed his tali.y.last eabu wil bear. wai stl.noy tohis abllli to keep a first oels el in every tes let. ce deserves espeIal credit for the -aulae heaines of his houase, and for hav a best cooling in the Sothk. i leaving tl here in the morning by the Mo. bile road eonet with the swift and beautifut steamer Annie at Mobile, and arrive at the hotel wharf in time for dinner. The salt down the bay s delightful, and the Annie runs like a deer. The ratet are very moderate. For particulars, address Oapt. H. 0. Baldwin, Mobile, Ala. Washbumrn's Art stullO. Those of our readers who wish to experlence a genuinely delightful slrprise should take the dret opporetunty of visiting the new photographic art gallery which Washburn has ust fitted up at No. )l 00 anal street. The use of superlative adjectives n newspaper detaetptame hascome to be so comaion that it t the habit among redere to make a1lowan0e for exaggeration sad verbal extravagane, and, re all ng this, we are at a lose to nd fitting word to use ia speaking of this really superb studio, which oocupies the two upper stores of that asads.oeaestruoture which has taken the place of the old Daak of America. The enttaice is telf imposing and unique, i etd an nvitation to tb s ated eyet w i t to res It .5a reobi eug. of the beauties to be seen within--beau b to whid it ts impossible to do jstoe in the p eop f brief noti.e like this. After uendiag t*he stairs one is ushered intol reception room which, we really believe, has no equaln this . e ,atry either in dimensions or elegan1 e and t eof rnite and decorations. Th earptlis o fithe fnest texture and loveliest design, the numaerous and luxurious easy hairs ead lounges are covered with bright brooades ad satin -Irre 4 lylinviting to re pose-w+le the exquisitely m ted wlaet mar ung with gems or photo. rO arteh one of which is a special and +mot iateresting study, Though there are numerous visitors, not a sound is herd, for every foot-tall is hushed into the downy oarpet, and around everything there is ar air of elegance and refinement which Is ex, tedgln ~ t gratefal One seuroely knows which most to admire, the evidenoes of a rare taste displayed in the ornamentation of the studio, or the numerous art treasures which greet him at every turn. Dpstairs are located the "dark room," the "all ver room," the "ekylight," the "toning" and "retouhing" ro .s, all of which are a tious and most edmirebly arranged. The skylight is eyecially fine, and with the mlprovemente made by Washburn, the inest poielble efcts are ob tainable there Nothing has been lft undone to ensure the most et perf work, and to give the amplest tletcfation. An artist of great merit has been brught from Paris whose woole time ts the retou or neg atives-a very delicate and nice art ofitself by the way-and Just here we may addt that n tis one pericutlar the many photogrek establish ments tis country are lamentably weak. The work bc r Washburn, however, speaks r Itself, even o the uninitiated In art, while to the conneoeur it is a delightful study. The chemical effeots in his pitures are wonderfully ins and their finish, even in te malnutest detail, -exhibits the nicest are and most deloate manip. J. B. Walker, D,. D. 8., 180 Delord street. Get your h.al at the "8tonewall Jackson," cor ner of.oyal mad it. Louis streets. Jast recelved one hundred Grover & Baker eand ateabments. They can be adjusted to the easclMa. l in Ave minutes and enable the e or to sew equally as fast as when alng the trdle. SOhartres street. 40 oash will buy a genuine new family Siager Iewinj machine, with all attohmeats. We do not advertie our oud machlnes at tt s acatch. Omloe, 91 Canal street. GOut AiD Loowsmrn.T-Parties desiring a look smith on And a very trustworthy and expe rienced workman in Mr. F. Busch, 93 Oommer clai Place, where he can be found at all tames to attend to work at the shortest notice. Mr. Busch does any d of work in his line, such as bell hanuI ~tang up iron railings, repairig vaulte,-leeks and -opya .pre.ses, msking dupli cate keLr, etc. See hised In another column. This week .Messrs. Daitager will ofrer to the s ublit ea lrge ad vared surth et of dry oo at preesthawilt . .b theelegstbytee. Many of i g have been dean aee br thi enter prt firn m vr cheap bak rueslue w s Yok, and despite the large crowds that ddil throag this popular house, they stit .he a very large stoek on hand, whboh thbe are lslUing at a very reduced rate. OGa.n BA.aM Cowrenrr troa ru Buavrrr or 1. JoIn'S Paorastar 4TErsaort OkvaOU.-The atteanin of our readers is directed to the po gra ue In our amusement eoleumn of a Soared cert to be gsven under the die of 4t ,frGu berg, at St. John's Ohurch corner of rd .annudncation streets,~ iday even. a f-past 9 o'lok. A rich h-et Sh-a op.. w ase m tovers of msered ed sad 4 eh ·re ma wel made. f te ndou sed ssss CITY COUNCIL-OFPPFICIAL PROCEED INGS. ADJOUMWR IEETD I IIAB. Ci?? Haer yMaw yOaw, taturday, May 18,1877. The Council met this day at 12 o'elok mn., pursuant to adjournment. Present: Hon. Ed. Pilsbn, Mayor, presiding, and Admon.dtrator' Brown, Carvnso, Denis, Diamond, Edward., M ameey and Besgetorf. CemmuniestioM from the Mayer. The following ooimmualetion from the Mayor was read and resoeled and his action approved: Mroanarr or raw Oasaazu, ty Hall, May 1 19 17. To the City Coaoil:. ese m.n-I hereby muelkd from n dut the following eoien , who a e bne a employed at the Jmsn Barny. Chief Warden;o aehseia e ei tano Wardean; P. O'BoptnWr denl James oore, .a.pea .. Tohes MuMpnuns are made In oounequ of the ser s lat.on emlbodied in the report of thGrnd Jury, to whleh I innv orte e'f attL , whbioh seem to me to demnta an Immedate itrvestgatio. ED. PZaBm Z Mayor. At the request of the Admnlistrator of Poice the Mayor appointed as a oommittee to Itvestl* akte the charges with reference to the Work home, Mesrs. Diamond Dennis and Edwards. Ordinanees and eeoluttions Offered.' By Mr. Brown: 1. An ordinance providing for the payment of the Cresoent City Polloe for the month of April, 1877, Read twice. 2. An ordinance to amend and revise the bud. get of the entrant year in conformlty to sot no. 68, approved April 14, 1877, pansed by the follow, ing vote: Yeas - Cavanao, Dentl, Diamond, Edwards, Mo0ah.ey and Bengstorff--6. Nae--Brown--1. Mr. Brown gave the following as his reasons for voting "no:" "This budget odla for additional approprlations fr the Department of Improvemeante $0,500; trwork and Publio uildin. , $40,00; Police, $7800 Commerce 80000; making total of $149 - 000. Whilst the Adminilstration is making suno ktrenuous efforts to place the ely upon a ash basis, I m not vote for these addional large appropriations." Peittions. From Wim. With, presenting his Are eseape for examination. Referred to Mesers. Oavanae, Dia mend and Edwards. From W. H. Bofloger, President Ameriean Die triot Telegraph Company, for permission to ereot a small building on the levee, between Ferdi nand street and the steamship wharf, Third Dis triot. Referred to the Administrator of Com. meroe. From A. asetinel, claiming pay as attorney for the Metropolitan Police Board from November 1, 1878, to April 1, 1877. Referred to the Committee of the Whole. From (1) A. Lehman & Co., (9) W. 0O. Denegre, attorney; (8) L. C. Army, agent; (4) A. J. Buli, (6) It. Meyer, (0) J. Imhof, (7) Baoss Broa., (8) J. MoRiuty, for reduction of aesestments, and (9) It. H. Blenvena, and (10) C. Perillist, for conoel lation of assessments. Referred to the Administrator of Assessments. The Council then adjourned. THOS. G. RAPIEB, Peoretary. Gold Soapina J. I. Walker, D. D. P., 180 Delord street. Get your hate at the "Stonewall Jackson," cor ner of Royal and St. Louis streets. There is no exouse for buying a cheap or old machine at $25 when t41 gets one of the latest Improved 9inger's, with all attachments. Offie, 91 (.ana street. Yesterday we noticed the office of W. H. Bar nets, money broker No. 88 Nt. Charles street, opposite t. Charles hotel, thronged with parties to setle their taxes and licensee, which was oco sioned by his liberal allowance of discount on warrants received for same. Mr. B. buys these warrants from first hands over the counter, and of coarse, is prepared to offer larger inducements than any one else. We would advise those con oerned to see him. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. IOlN ETAlRY. OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOORAT, Saturday Evening, May 19. NEW ORLEANS CLEARIiG ROUPE, Clearings. Balances. EaM 19 .............. $1,488,1 7 29 $181,272 76 ~ame time last week.. 1,495,410 20 182,165 41 Total last week........ 9,998,761 47 992 828 34 Total week before..... 8,688,717 98 967,869 91 We are Indebted to Mr. I. N. Maynard. mana ger of the New Orleans Olearing-House Associa tion, for the following report of the conditlon of the associated banks at the close of business, Friday, May 18, 1877: REnaOURES. Specie ........................... $439.624 21 Currenoy........................ 3,619,697 72 Olearing-House exchanges ........ 1,433,287 29 Ohecks on other local banks and bankers...................... 49.650 57 Domestic and Foreign Exchange .. 8,709,805 89 Due from distant banks and bank ers. ............. ........ 298,934 82 Loans and distecounts ............ 11,491,065 63 Other oash aseets .............. 4,011,791 49 Total .......................t24,953,827 82 LIABILITIas. irOulation. ................... 8890,879 80 Deposits ....... ....... 14,675,920 80 Dae distant banks and bankers.... 1,561,618 85 Other cash liabities............. 494543 60 Total .......................$17,622,950 25 coxPAussI wIrr LAST WEaK. Increase. Decrease. CteoOl ............... $ 0,000 Los.........."...4. 2,00 Depo.its............ ...... 875,.000 The demand for money was moderate to-day both in bank and on the street, sad ommercial paper was unchanged. Under the dealose at New York, Gold gave way , but only one sale was reported. Foreig xchange followed the courset of Gold, olosing .o lower for sterling and 3 cent for france. she movement was quite limit ed. New York sight was unchanged. Stocks were strong. State Oonsole gave way %@'/V sent, while Premium Bonds advanced about J ; cent. The sales in b·'th were of liberal extent. Warrants reoeivable for State taxes and licenses ruled at about previous rates, but nothing was report.d in other warrants or City Police Certif We continue to quote: Exceptional commercial paper 8- cesnt per annum discount; Al do. 9010; o grade do. 12018; collateral loans 7@8" t.et class mortgages 83,f9, and second grade do. 10012. Gold opened at 106X0106%,. against 106% at New York, and after a quite limited business closed at 106 @06%, againsIt 106% in that mar ket. The only sale reported was $3000 at 106%. Foreign Exchange followed the course of Gold, cloetal Woo lower for sterling, and about % for france. The movement in sterling was limited, and nothing was reported m francs. The sas ofl terlinR were condued to £10,000 bill of lading at 5190819%, £1500 bank at 521%, and £1000 do sight at 524. t theolose sterling bills were quoted at 517, 5 for Mli of lading and Al olear, and - 4 fo. r bank (bank counter rate --(528), and franc at 4.85 'r commercial, and nominal for bank. New York ight was unchanged. The sales comprised 97010, embracing $20,000, $25,000 and $95.,000 private bankers at % cDent. pre miam. The beanks ottane to ohek on New York at ~oa. d mtrelal eight . s. enwooslss enair w le w 00 do 98....... 1s,0o00 Premium .ond ....... 5 600 Per Diem w rr.tr........ .... 89 iraT CALL-11 A. U. 85 share OCitisen'. Bank t ............. 181 00 $19,000 State oonsols at............ 91 15,000 do ................ 80,000 Premiume onds ................ 1,00 Per Diem Warrnts............ stwawsss CALLS. 15,000 state Console at................ 91% d o . ..... ...... .. do ..9.. 000 Pelitn Bonds.............. . 80 8o0,00o do do ..... 8, do (8. 80 flat) 88 9, Per Diem Warrnts ........... 90 saoooD CALL--AT 9 r. m. $15,000 StatConnels at.... . 91 4d8,00 o ............... 1,l00 Id B on s........ 1,000 Per Diema Wrrmnty............ 89y. AreM SoOIwD CALL. 25 shares Loelsaln Lottery Company at... $74 9 8 do state National Bank............ 81 00 $19,000 State Consols at................ 116,000 dots ....=====do ......... . ,00 do .............. 92 2o,000 Premium Bonds .............. 88. 15,000 . do (0 15).......... 889. Btocks continned in request and strong. State Consols cave way slightly, closing at 91% @92, agUinst 9@92y% yesterday. Premliu Bond were stronger, olosing at 88% 188%, Ialinst 87%@88 esterday. Btate Wsrrant reoeivable for taxesand licenses oontinued to rule at 89f,@90, while nothing was reported in other State warrants or O1Cy Police Certificates. CIMMEXSCIAL. OFFICE NEW OBLEANS DEIMOCRAT, Saturday Evening, May 19, 1877. guotations represent pricesfor round lots from lrst hands, unless otherwise stated. In filin small orders higher prices are paid. COrTON-The sales to-day embrsaced 8810 bales, at prices requiring no change in our quota. ttons. We give also the figures and report of the asohange, as below: Gen'l Quotations. Er. Q. Inferior.................... 7 - Low Ordinary............. 7.@ 8 8% Strict Ordinar ............ 8%6% rGood OrdinaSry.......... 9 j9 9% Steet Good Ordinary....... 9 Low Middling......... .......10 10 10 Strilt Low Middling...... 1O% tMiddlin g . ...............1.31 101/ Good Middling...........11 @11 11% Middling Fair ..............11 11% Fair............. . 1. 1 2 - The market opened with only a moderate in. quiry, and the sales during the morning were of limited extent, but later in the day the move mnent became more animated, and the sales summed up the fair amount noted above. Nothing transpired to Indicate any quotable variation In prnfs. Factors generally adhered to their pretensions, and although buyers oooa elonally obtained some oncessions, offers bein asooeted which had been previously refused, yet, on the whole, the previous improvement wts fully maintained. The dispatches reported Havre on hanglled, but holders pressing sales, and New York steady at a loss of yesterday's advanoe in spots, and lower for futures, whitoh elosed t a not diecline of 12-100110-1000 in the winter months, sand 8.100@11-100 in the spring and tummer. There were no telegrams from Liverpool, where businees was supended by the Whiteuntide holiday. TheExchange makes the amount on shipboard not cleared (before to-day's exports of 8763 bales), 84,741 bates, embracing 15,410 for Liver pool, 15,414 for Havre, 1127 for Bremen, 502 for Spin, 1229 for the Mediterranean, 470for Mexico, and 688 for ooustwise ports, leaving in presses agreeably to its account at 12 m. 129,181 bales, only a part of which is on sale. At noon, to-day, Middling was quoted at Gal. veston at 100o/; at Mobile at 10X : at Bavan nah at 10%o; at Oharleston at 10%o; at Wil mington at 10e; st Norfolk at 103o;: at Bal timore at 10.%; at New York at 10 o; at Boston at11.; as Memphis at 10%o; at Augusta at 10e; at Philadelphia at 11 c; st Cincnnati at 10%o, and at St. Louis at 10%o. The Exqhsnge reports: "bales 8500 bales. Matket steady.' The world's visible supply was set down at 2,895,895 bales, against 2,920,670 last week and 2,779 2,9 last year, showing an increase oom pered witlt last year of 116,616 bales, against 111,866 last week and 25,240 the week before. OOTTON STATEMIENT. Stock on hand Sept. 1,1878-bales.......... 29,377 Arrived since last statement.... 155 Arrived previously ..........1,30,940-1,361,095 Cleared to-day .................. 1,90, Cleared previously ............-1,226,793-1.236.556 Stoqk on hand and on ship. board, not cleared..... 154,916 Same time last oear "....... 1x7,202 To-day's exports embraced 7754 bales to Liver pool, 525 to Barcelona and 484 to Vera Cruz. Receipts proper since last evening 81 bales, against 963 on last 8aturday, and 112 last year, making an aggregate since August 81 of 1,171,a 172 bales, against 1,877,248 last year-decrease 200,070. The Exchange telegrams make the receipts at all the ports from 12 m. yesterday to 12 m. to. day 1219 bales, against 2461 last week and 1630 last year, and since August 31, 8,859,234 bales, against 8,989,059 up to Friday noon, May 19, last year-decrease 129,825. Exports yesterday to Great Britain 1361 bales against 1165 last week and 12,791 last year, and to the Continent 2172 bales, against 7778 last week and none last year. Stooks at all the delivery ports made up to 12 m, 480,627 bales, againsI11l,349 last week, and 453.194 last year. TOBACO0-The only transaction reported to-day was 10 hhds. The amount on sale Is estimated at 5300 hhds. We continue to quote as follows: Unsound and frosted lugs 2@8%o, inferior lugs 4@4'e, low 4 e@5%o, medium @6, oo to Aine 8 ,@6so, low leaf 7@8o, medium 8/ 100, good i0,@120, fine 12%@18P/c, and soleo tions 143I@lc. Received since last evening 55 hhds; exported 11 to Bordeaux; stock on hand by our running statement 7267 hhds. FRItBGHTL-The market is still unsettled. Masters continue to ask for censignments %d to Liverpool and lc to Havre, but we have heard of no shipments over 7-16d to the former and %o to the latter. The last shipments of grain by steam to Liverpool were at 10>d. We quote as follows : By steam-Cotton to Liverpool --/,d; to Bremenn /d; to New York 5-c16o to Boston, Provi dence, Fll River, Philadelphia and Baltimore, viaNewYork, /,o. Gram to Liverpool, last ship ments at 10 /,d. By sall-Cotton to Liverpool 7-16d paid, ', asked; to Havre %o paid, 10 asked; to Bremen %o; to Genoa %o. Grain to regular Continental ports 180 :P busnel. IUG&R-Received this morning, 55 hhds. There is scarcely any demand and only 10 hhds sold to dealers. Prices are unchanged. We Anote good common 90, fair to good fair 9%@ 9y~o, ftl' fair to prime 9V,@9.o, strictly prune to choice 9@0100, fair to choice seconds 9@10%o, centrifigal 100, yellow clarified lc, off whites 11/@11%o pare whites 11!@12c J lb. AULAB~JS-Beceived this morning 106 bbls. tRupplies are scarce and in request. Common 45o, fair 500, prime 540, strictly prime 57o and choice 600 gallon. FLOUR--T-e receipts were quite liberal this morning. and embraced 6657 bole. Limitations came in from the West this morning of 50e above present prices, and intimations of instructing ahi.ments for New York unless prices are real~ laed. There is no demand, however and to sell much lower prices would have to be accepted. Only 125 bble sold, of which 25 at $10 and 100 at $10 60 9 bbL Common is quoted nominally at $4 50, fine $5, superflne $5 50, double extra $6 50@6 75, low treble extra $7 75@8, good do. $8 50@9, choice do. $9 2509 50, choice extra $10@10 50 1 bbl. Chicago morning diepatehs quoted wheat at $1 5 JunMe and $1 6 July. Liverpool unchanged oebreadstuff. Chioagd, aft.noon, quoted wheat $1 68 July. St. Loui $190 bid May for No. 2, rsd $2 bid rh. B1r PLOUB-COmsads t65 20850 bbl 4ft two s a~31J ~oW the luadlng, and $4 2004 4in store. f.orlny is in light supply and itll at 8 C.04 P 1bbl In a job way. CORN I:lAL-tBeclved this morning 655 bbls. This artiole is in light supply and good demand at advancing prices. 870 bbls sold, of whlih 85 and 50 spot and 200 and 800 to arrive at $8 25; and 85 bbls spotat $8 80 9 bbl. Dealers are jobbing at $8 50 bbl, and the market closed strong with holders asking $8 80@8 40 whole sale. POREK-The stock on hand is small and the market stronger under the tnfluence of Chicago advice. and a better demand. 700 bbls mess sold, comprising 100, 175 100 and 100 to arrive and 125 spot all at $15 80; 6, 2 land 50 4t, $15 78 W bbl. some offers of $15 were refused Dealers are job. 18 7 5 bbL Chicago moroin dl oh $14 0 June and $14 6 July. LiDer30i anged on provisions excepting pork, which 1s. off. Chloe go afternoon, quotd $14 15 J uly bRY BALT MEAT-There is little or nothing doing, and shoulders are held at 5o loose ant 8%o paksed; clear rib sides So; clear sides 8.e _ lb. Dealerse re jobbing st 4c above these price. A lot of 16 boxes shoulders sold on pi vrtitermn. AMOON-There ismore inquiry snd the market is a little stronger. Shoulders are held at 68Vo, clear rib sides 81/eC, and clear s'des 8%o .lb Dealers are jobbrag at %o above these prises. Five boxes shoulders sold at 6%o and a car load clear rib sides, loose, on private terms. LARD--I dull and quoted at 9%@O00 for tierce, 10@IU10%o for keg and 11~l1%0o for pail. Dealers obtain /o above these prices in their job trade. Chlcago, afternoon, quoted at 9.85. HIIAMS-In the absence of a steamer on the berth for Havana the market is dull. Small size, choioe sugar-cured, are quoted at 1214@12y; medium average 111@112o; large size 11@11,io 9 lb. BREAKFABT BACON-Is dull at 9/@l10%o 1 lb. PACKEBS' HOG PRODUCTS - Dealers are selling on orders at $14 50 51 bbl for prime mess pork $12 50 for extra prime, $18 for rump pork, L8 a half bbl for pig pork, 650o keg and $1 25 1 firkir for pigs' feet, to apiece for tongues, and 8. lb for new rib sides. W IY-K ecttitfied is quoted at $1 05@1 10 9 gallon, as in proof and reand. (COW PEAS-The matket is a little stronger, although there is but little demand for the coun try. 50 sacks low mixed sold at $2; 85 good mixed at $2 20, and 50 clay at $2 50 ' bushel. Black are selling at $1 75; whippoorwill $1 80; mixed $2@2 25, and clay $2 S. 1 bushel. CORN IN BULK-Is dull and quoted at 600 9 bushel, spot and to arrive. CORN IN SACKS-There is a fair supply on the landing and business is quiet, but supplies are held at previous prices. Only 650 sacks white, in burlaps, sold at 6201 bushel. Chicago noon 53o. OATd--Good supply and, li absenee of sales, we repeat previous prices: St. Louis 49@500, choice 51@~2o 5l bushel. BRAN-Is in fair supply and the market con tinues dull. 100 sacks sold at $1 10 I 100 lb. H AY-The supply Is sufficient for the require ments of immediate wants, and prices are firm. No sales. Prime is quoted at $10@17; choice $18 ' ton. BU'TER-There is an increase in the receipts of new during the past week. The demand for selected lots is active. New Western creamery fine is selling at 28®280; New Western creamery fair 24@250 ;New Westirn dairy packed fine 24 25" ; Now Western dairy packed. prime 022c; i New Western dairy packed, pale of flavor 16@18o; Old Western dairy packed, prime 16@t18; Old New York creamery, fine 20o27; Old New York dairy, fine 28@14o; Old New York dairy, prime 20@220o a uud. U lIElR -Lberal supply and moderately aso tive. Strictly fine factory, new, sells at 12@18o. strictly good factory, new, 11@12o, New York cream, new, 16@16Yo 1 ib. EGGS-The market is bare of Western, and the supply of Louisiana is fair with a good de. mand. Louisiana are selling at 18@16 51 dozen. POULTRY--Good demand and scaroe; Western grown chickens sell at S15 young do, $8tt; ducks $8@4; geese $500; turkeys $18@20 1 dozen. .uisaiana grown chiekens 14 60; young do, $2@3; ducks $2@0; geese $4@5; turkeys $18 1 dozen. STAR CANDLES-Offiering at 14o 1 lb, without sales. ESOULENTS- The receipts are small and sell as fast aM landed. Louisiana Potatoes sell at $8 25 ii asok and t4 50 1i bbl; Louisiana Onions $505 60 5 bbl; Cabbages $1,@015 5 100. BAGGING- Active speculative demand for do mestic nute. The stock is held at 18%/@140 yard. No demand for India; itis quoted nominally at lI 5 yard. .. DRIED FRUIT - The market ie bare of eachees. Fair supply of apples, and the demand is confined to job lots. Qeoted at 406a lb. TALLOW- I'be market is bare and chuioe city rendered wnuld command 80V lb. WOOL-Liberal supply ani dull. Burry is held at 10@13'. Louisiana clear 20@220, clear lake 22@24c l lb. MOl*-The demand has improved and is now good. Gray sells at 2@l7/,c, mixed 8@40, black ktIDEld-The demand is moderate and prices are weak. Country green are quoted at 7(@ 8%o; dry salted 12@183c; dry flint 13@14o lb. In city slaughter sales are making as follows: Steer hides, over 85 lb, 110; do 70 to 84 lb, 11%/c; do under 70 lb. 190; cow hides, city slaughter, as they run. 8; kips, 20 to 24 lb, 100; kids. 25 to 30 It, 12c V Ib; calf skins each 500; Beeswax, prime ye low, 283@29o lb. Ox horns each 80. BEANI AND WESTERN PEAS-Owing to reduced stocks in the Western and North. ern markets, prices' are firm. New York medium are hild at 5y,6o, white kidney 5~@d5%c; red kidney 5%@5/c; Western beans 3@tc; green peas 2o l lb. RICE-Scarcely any in rst hands, and the deo mand is good with an advance in prices of /,ol lb. Louisiana No. 2 is quoted at 4(d4%c, ordi nary 5%@6o, fair 63@6yoc, good 6%@ 7c, prime T@7% 10 lb. 31'A tiR-Is dull and held at 8%o J lb. SALT-Large stock and extremely dull. Coarse is offered at 900; fine $1 10@i 15 1 sack, deliv ered. Turks' Island 85@90 , sack. Table salt in pockete 1i%@50 each, as in size. IMPORTED FIhUITS AND NUTS-Lemons are scarce and in request at 14@4 50 1 box. The supply of raisins, unts and bananas is light, and there is a lfmited demand for them. C)T. ON t8ED OIL- Refined is quoted at 49/,@5uc, crude 48@14o ' gallon. UUtOTON SEED OIL CAKE-Country is of fered at $24 ton. OILS-Coal in bbls is quoted at 23@35o, in oeases 30@32c. Insurance 50i in cases. Pratt's astral 150 degrees, in case", sells at 40@t5o. West Virginia lubricating23@35c. Linseep. raw. 74@75c; boiled 790 l gallon; castor oil 161/,o0 lb NAVAL MTO.ktE--Fair supply and the demand is confined to job lots. Spirits turpentine is selling at 33@t c gallon; rosin D and E $1t 85 F $2@215, G $2 1 , H $2 25, I $2 50, K $8, Mi $3 50 N $4 9 bbl; pitch $2 40, tar $1 90 75 bbl. COFFEE-The market Is dull. Stock in hands of dealers, 3000 bags; in first hands. 3287 bags. We quote cargoes: Ordinary email@example.com (gold); fair 19'//,@19%~c; good 20%@20/; prime 9l0 lb. Job lots: Ordinary 17/,.@18, gold; fair 19 /20c; good 20%@20%c; prime 21%@21%o RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE-Arrived since our review of yesterday: 6657 bbls flour. 151 bb'e pork, 3 bbls whisky, 60 tierces hams, 150 tieroes lard, li kegs lard, 135 casks bacon, 183 boxes ba con, 655 bbls corn meal, 2098 sacks corn, 71,000 bushels corn in bulk, 8156 sacks oats, 984 sacks bran, 65 bales hay, 65 hhda sugar, 106 bbls mo lasses, 201 kegs butter, 224 sacks cow peas, and 199 bbls rice. EXPORTS OF PRODU.E-Exports since our review of yesterday: 58 bbla flour, 15 bbls pork, 20 casks bacen, 8 tierces lard, 2 bb a whisky, 2 bbls corn meal, 518 sacks corn, 15,580 bushels crn in bulk, 53 sacks oats, 46 sacks bran 2 bales hay, 55 hhds sugar, 36 bbles sugar, 21 bbls molasses, 57 bble rice, 14 saceks salt, 60 sacks coffee, 2 kegs butter, 8)3 bble potatoes, and 48 bbls onions. SHIPMENTS OF VROGETABLES AND FRUIT.3 TO WESTERN OITIES BY BAIL-We are pleased to notice, for the benefit of our fruit and vegetable growers and shippers, the new de parture of the New Orleans, Jackson and North ern BRailroad in loading each Tuesday and Satur day a special fruit and vegetable car, with all the modern improvements attached, to be run on passenger train from New Orleans to Chicaho in 49 hours. Three of these ears have already been sent forward, their contente delivered in perfect order, and sold on arrival to the eatisfaction of consalgnors and consignees. This line is also running their through freight trains in unpre cedented fast time of three and a half days to Chicago, and a ocrrespondlng quick time to Mem. phis, St. Louis, Louisville, Cinoinnua, Nashville and other pomi t points beyon These re sults int hn.ereased ed and safey prove the roved conition iwhieh this biee h recently been placed, both ir the qutek tranmit of passe.a a-o set t m ig t tit JUDIOI&L ADVERT1SEMENTBI. 1StUOMG.IOX WOTIOES. aseeensien of Pierre ooe. ECOND DISITRICT COURT FOR TB PARISH 3 of Orleans, No, sa, eo-Notice is hereby given to the creditors of this estate, and to all other prsons herein interested, to show cause within ten days from the pres ent notifiation (if any they have or can) why the account presented by the testa mentary exeutor of the deceased in this estate should not be bomologated and ap proved, and the funds distributed in accord anoe therewith. By Orderof the court. my2e 76 9M* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. GONIITABLE IALEI. lmasle ares vs. Louis Peallllltre. oPHIBD JUSTICE COOBRT FOR THE PARISH -- of Orleans, Noe. 152 nd 1m l-By virtue of two write of alias flert tacaa* to m d irected by the Hon. John L. Laresehe t'liirdI Justice of the P e for the parish if Orleans, in the above entitled causes, I will proceed to sell at public uotion, at m nwarehouse, on Bienvill street, etween ouron and Royal streets, te c ond District of this city on MONDAY, 28th day of Ma+, 1877, at 12 o'clock m: J-ONE LO D OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, as per inventory in my office. Also, all the rights, title and interest of defendant Louis neulllatre, in and to two certain suite. Noe. 703 end 76, of the docket of the First Justice Court for the parish or Orleans, entitled Louis Feuil latre vs. ErnestCahbaud, t.eixed in the above suite. Terms-Cash on the s UtE , THOS. J, BUCKLEY, mylSd 25 , Constable. LEGAL NOTIOES. IN THE COURT OF PROBAT.E IN IIELAND, PRINCII'AL REGISTRY AT DUBLIN. JOSEPH HENDERSON, LATE OF PORTRUSH, in the county of Antrim, in Ireland, gentleman, deceased. ri O THOMAS HENDERSON, SON OF SGeorge Henderson,. formerly of D elllaghey, in the county of Londonderry, in Ireland, de ceased ; Jane Henderson, otherwise Snow, daughter lf James Henderson, formerly of Bel lIghey, aforesaid, in the county of London derry, in Ireland, deceased, wile of - Snow, aeid - Snow, her husband iHelen Mary Hen derson, daughter of James Henderson. afore said, doeeased, and Thomas Henderson, son of ,ames Henderson, aforesaid, deueased, John Hendorson, Bobyrt Henderson Thomas Hen derson, Jane Henderson and Mary anne Hen derson, chlldren of Thomas Henderson. former. Iy of Bellaghey, aforeseid, in the county of Lon donder;L Irteland, deceased- TAKE OI'1 ICE, that by citation from Her Majesty's Court of Probate In Ireland, princi eat registry, Dublin, under the seal of the said court and attested by William Wiley, Esq. one of the principal registrars thereof, and dated the eleventh day of April, 177, you and each of you were eummanded that within three months after the pubeiestlon of the advertise ment stated in the order of the said court, dated the eighteenth day of December, 1876, In said citation referred to. inclusive of the day of such publication, you and each of you do cause an appearance to be entered for you and eanch of ou inthe drincipal registry of said Court of Proebate nlreland, in support of any interest you may have in the personal estate and effects of the said deceased, who died on or about the twenty-ninth day of November 18s75; AND TAKE NOTICE, that in default of your doing so, the judge of the said court will pro ceed to have the aile od last will ot said de Ocesed, bearing date the fifth day o! June, 1874, and also the alleged oodicil thereto, bearing date the sixth day of November, 1876, whereof John Shields and a ndrew Houston, both of Portrusa, in the county of Antu!rim, in Irelind. claim to be executors, proved in solemn form of law and to pronounce sentence in regard to the validity of the same, your absence neotwithstandilng. '1 Ht)MA.i G. 1CA tS)N. Bolicitor for John Shields and Andrew Houston. myeo 2t 43 Dame street, Dublin. IN THE COURT OF PROBATE IN IRELAND. PRINCIPAL REGISTRY AT DUBLIN. JANE HENDERSON. LATE OF PORTRUSH. in the county of Antrim, in Ireland, spinster, deceased. TO THOMAS HENDERSON, SON OF George Henderson, formerly of Bellaghey, in the county of Londonderry, in Ireland, de ceased; Jane Henderson, otherwise 4now, (laughter of James Hend'rson. formerly of Bellaghey aforesaid, in the county of London derry, in Ireland, deceased, wife of -- Snow, and - now her husband; Helen Mary Hen. derson, daughter of Ja'ees Henderson afore said, deceased, and- Thomas Henderson, son of James Henderson aforesaid, deceased; John Henderson. Robert Henderson, Thomas Hen derson, Jane Henderson and Mary Anne Hen derson, children of Thomas Henderson, for meily of Bellagh y aforesaid, in the county of Londonderry, in Ireland, deceased TAKE NOTICE, that by citation from .Her Majesty's Court of Probate in Ireland, principal registry Dublin, under the senl ot the said court, and attested by William Wiley, Esq., one of the princlual registrar thereof, and dated the eleventh day of April, 1877, you were com mandel that within three month" after the publication of the advertisement stated in the order of the said court dated the eighteenth day of Decem ber, 176, in said citation referred to, inclusive of the day of suh publication, you and each of you are to appear in the said Court of Probate, persinally, or by your proctor, solicitor, or attorney, and accept or refuse letters of almin istralon of all aud singular the goods, chattels and effete of the said din.eased, as of a person dying intestate; otherwise to show cause, if any, why the same should not be granted and committed unto John Shields, of Portrush, in the county of Antrim, aa 4ndrew Houston, of Portrush aforesaid, or o of them claiming to be executers Of Joseph Henderson, a brother, and another of the niext of kin of said Jane Henderson who survived the said Jane Hen derson, and to have an interest in the goods of the said Jane Henderson. THf(MAS G. CARSON, Solicitor for John Shields and Andrew Houston, my20 2t 43 Dame street, Dublin. MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENTS FUIUND NOTICE NO. 13. DEPARTMENT OF POLICE, Adminiltrator's Office, New Orleans, May 19, 1877. W AS BBOUGHT TO THE THIRD DIS trtit Pound, corner of Morales and Ma rigny streeta. on WEDNESDAY, May 15. 1877 ONE DARK BAY MULE, about 17 hands high. Which. If not claimed within five days, and expenses thereon paid will be sold at dublic auction, at said pound, on SATURDAY, 26th lust., at 12 o'clock m. By order of ROBT. E. DIAMOND. my2o td Administrator. TAX NOTICES. SPIECIAL NOTICE. OrnrCE STATE TaX COLLECTOR, Third District, Parish of Orleans, Mdy 16. 1877. Persons owing licenses to the State in this dis trict are hereby notified that such licenses must be paid by the first of June. S. R. PROCTOR, myl6 7t* State Tax Collector. sPECIAt. NOTICE. OFFICE TAX COLLECTOR, THIRD DISTRIaTr, Parish of Oi leans, May 9. 1877. Property owners of the Third District are hereby notified that I am now prepared to re ceive current and back TAXES ON REAL ES TATE. at No,17 Esplanade street. my9S m S. IR. PROCTER. Collector. SPECIAL NOTICE. OFrcEI STATE TAX COLLECTOR, Fifth District, Algiers. April 19. 1877. All persons within the limits of the Fifth Dis trictowing license and capital tax are nereby notified that the office for the collection of said taxes is now open at the corns of Beguin and Patterson streets, Algie J. BARRETT ap19 tf State Tax Collector. CARD. The "SteiewallJackwo Hat Elmpleram, COorn Br a Sl at 8 Maleoi streets JUDICIAL ADVERTIBSEEBNT. AtIOTION BALWS. By Nash a Hoedom.a IMPORTANT SALE. SUPERIOR INVESTMENTS, THE ELEVATED COTTAGE RESIDENCE, No. 2o2 CAMP STREET. With Two Lots of Ground OT70 feet. THAT COMMODIOUS COTTAGE RESIDENCE, No. 2x5 CAMP STREET, With Two Lots of Ground. THE CHOICE BUILDING SITE adjoining same. TWELVE CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, Corner Camp and Delord, St. Charles and De lord, Magazino and Front and Delta streets, AND FRONTING TIVOLI OIROLE, Succession of Mrs. Josephine Hale Ames, de eeased. BOLD BY ORDER OF COURT, ON LONG CREDIT AT AUCTION. BY NASH & IODGSO N-W. HODGSON Auotioneer--Ofltee. No. 1 Carondelet street. On SATUtDAY, June 2, is77, at 12 o'e)ole m.. at the arls Auctio lexcbange, ill be I1 1 COMMODIOUS ONE AN D AL Et D I A AI FTOR *L VA1' ED FRAMJI COTTA .R - IDECE, on baserht.nt, lknown as No. e Camp street, between Julia and St. Joseph streets, with alley in the rear. Lots measure Sklo70 feet, about. 2. THAT VALUABLE BUILDING SITE. known as No. 185 Magazine street, between Jo lla and St. Joseph streets. Lot measuring 82x 17o. fet a COMMODIOUS COTTAGE RESI DENCE. known as No. 235 Camp street, with two lots of iround measuring about 6tx125 feet. 4. THE CHOICE BUtILDING SITE, adjoining the same, fronting on Camp, about 2..122 feet, with common alley in the rear. e. FOUR CHoIOr CO MMRCIAL BUILD INIt LOTS, on the corner of Camp and Delord streets, measuring about 24x110 to 115 feet each. with rear alley. 6w TWO Ca OICE BUILDING SITES, on corner of Delord and St. Charles streets, east and fronting on Tivoli Circle, and measuring about 6o by so feet, with im roi-ments 7. FIVE V \LUABLE JUJLDING LOTS on Front and Delta streets, between Girod and Lafayette streets. mpe1 uing about 1i 128 test t getther, tdjoin r he "Champion res" yard and opposfte theMorgan iailroad Depot TEFIM-i-One third cash, balance at one and two years with 8 per cent. interest and the usual clauses. Acts of sale before A. Hero, Jr., notary, at the expense of the pu rchasers. For full particulers as to measurements., etc.. apply to th , auctioneers, and see the plans at the place of sale. my1i 19 20 2td By 5. Guanault. DAIRY. Succession of Jean Louis Yerle-No, 89,394. BY S. GUINAULT. Auctioneer-Office corner of Exchange Alley and Blenville street MONDAY, May 21, 1817 wilt be sold at 11 o'clok a. m., at the corner of o pe and Ely.lap Fields streets, by vir:tu of rsra der from the honora bie th Setond Distriot Cart for the parish of Orleafs. d%ºted 4th May. 1877 31 Mitlch Cows, 1 Bull, 4 Calves, 3 Horses, 2 Carts. 2 tows. 3 Hogs, about loo Hens and about 6o Chickens; also, one lot of Household Furni ture. Terms-Up to a200, cash, and above o0o,. six months' credit, for notes satisfactorily endorsed on the spot. mys 15 20 By Hoey, Maeon & O'Conano. BANK, INSURANCE AND GAS STOCK AT AUCTION. SUCCESSION OF CHARLES DEL BONDIO. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans- No. 89,837. VY HOEYT MACON & O'CONNOR-Nicholas B J. t1oe',Aulctioneer-Offie No. 11 Carondelet street--TU *DAY. May 29 , 187. at 12 o'clock m at the St. Cnarlee Auction Exchange. by virtue o an order of the honorable the ieoond Distriat Court for the parish of Orlea's, rendered in the above entitled matter, will be sold at ublio auction for account of the sue ession of Chares Dol Bondol the nllowing property, to wit 1. TEN SHARES of the capital stock of the Germania National Bank of New Orleans. 2. LIVE nHARES of the capital stock of the Germania Insurance Compan of New Orleans. 3. FORTY-FIVE SHARE' ot the capital stock of the New Orleans Gas Light Company,. 4. FIFTY-THIIEBeHARES of the capital stock of the New Orleans Uanal and Banking Com SFnONE CITY OP NEW ORLEANS PREMIUK I OND. Series 269, No. 26,875. myli tlo 26 tda ( m m imlm | i ira mmlll I r AUCTION SALES. BY 0. Valeton. VALUABLE B4KERY ON TCHOUPITOULAS STREET. A GOOD INVESTMENT. 1)Y O. VALETON, Auctioneer-Office 93 and S95 gMagaz!ne stmeet- HATUIDi Y. May 20, at 12 o'clock nm. will be sold at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exlh Jnge on Royal atreet- FOURL LOTS OF ditOUND. with all the buildings and improvements thereon, consist ing of a well-establisthed Bakery, now in ate costful operation, in the sauare bounded by TehoupitoulaR Commerce, Delord and Louis streets, and adjoilitng Hoetzell's Rice Mill, and lesignated by Nos. 5, 6. 7 and 8. Lots Nos. 5 and u adjoin each other and measure each 21 feet on Tchoupitoulas street by 83 feet 6 Inches in deoth, between parallel lines. Lots Nos, 7 and 8 adjoin each other and also measure 21 feet front on Commerce street by 83 feet c tnches in d' tth. Terms-One-third cash and balance at one and two years. with all usual clauses, which will b' announced at the time of sale. Act of sale before E Bouny, notary. my2o td By Nash & Hodgson. POSITIVE SALE. By consent of all par ies concerned. THE HUNTER WAREHOUSE. Fronting on each Hunter and Now Levee streets, Opposite the Orleans Pre~s. On Long Crdit, Without Limit, At Public Auction. Y NASH & HOD ION-W. I. odson. B Autioneer--Office No. 1 Carondelet street. On ATUIODAY, May 2, 1877. at 12 o'clock m. at the St. Charles Auctl:n Exchange. wlthoan limit or reserve, by consent of parties, will be sold 1. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OR PORT 8 OF GROUND, together with all the bunl gs and improvements thereon, situated in t e Fitt District of this city, in the square bounded b New Levee. Tchoupitoulas. Thalia end H.nter streets, designated s Nos. 1 and 2 on a plan by Louis H. iPlie, surveyor, dated April 12, 1877. and measures as follows: Lot No. 1 measures 82 feet 6 inches front on Hunter street, the same width in the rear by a depth of In9 leet 1 Inch 1 line on the side line nearest to Tchoupitoulas street, r nd 1fa feet inthes on the side line nearest New Levee street. Lo; No. 2 min res 74 feet 2 inches front on New Levee str by a depth of s feet 6inhes 5lines on the ei8e line next to Hunter street thence on an oblique line running toward Thalia street 40 feet 2,ineheas lines, and thence 73 feet on a second depth line and 181 feet4 inches 2 lines on ote other side line nearest Thalia street. and s5 feet 2 inches on the rear line adjoining lot No, 1. The imrvements nsir t a largoe BnIC SLATE ROOF WAREHOUSE, built in the shape of two sides of a square, with opentlvs on two streers, artd well known asthe" Hunter Warehouse." and adjoins the Cooper's Press and is opposite the Orleans Press, lower line. Plan of the above t roperty may be seen at the place of sale. Terms and Conditions-One-third cash, and the balance at one and two years, with sper cent interest ant all the usual security clauses; 10 percent to be paid esh on the spot to bindt sale. Act of sale before James Fahey, notar pub lic, at the expense of the purchaser, nlcluding the taxes due and exigble n 1811. t JAMES LINGAN. ATTroNRT AND COUIELRAB AT IJ .