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4'omneraial and Financial eatter.,
A New York dispatch to the Iialtlmor'n lun
says the cotton hears go so far as to pridict
not leas than 5r,000 ,alo. of new (otton In
August, against only about 10,000, the usual
averigo. Hales of T'',xas cotto., dvllvratpl
In August, have Inln inade in 1lt,1. New York
market during t11h past w4ek.
Yesterday tholro was quite' It large mllove
mont in securilHIc . state ('onsols open'il at.
7R~, went up to 7!., at whcllh fiIguro $10,01) was
sold, closing at 7- 'r(47 8 , against 77,.Qr,771.
On Weodr.sdla. Ials--$:a42,0() at the XlHIck
Exbchange, and $390,00) outslide. making ai
total of $752,00(). 1'roltlilnl tionlds oph'inl hat
s8,, but cheIoHd weak at t27 m3t, agetlwut U)',
gSS, the previous day, witlh salw, of $187,00n).
of which $87,100( wore at ti h Exchange and
$100,O00 outidde.
The tt. 1o)llo4ti44 tep li says:t '" new
order {of hoats and Iinrgei whi4'h lr1. (ilnl,
teau proxi14,)Pt IA, 1u11li of iron will b, Ho(, far
secure againsti all oli lrry dlang, rs f navi
gatlon that lt Is b'il4o1i tieh, trainspllorll,ttion
oompani4t will hA' hlie to as. um4o the ilnsur
anc risk Ju1.1 o th, rilh'ro ll i4 ,lo now. If this
proves to t h,,' (,4a' n i'',r will 1h, a v4iVing of
three-quarteirs of ai ,nl pe'r bushe1l) of gralin in
that one itiiem a1lonll, 4inld 4Ls .llr. ('lliout4!a.' s
careful 4stinlinh.o I141illate thni grain l nn 4l i,
profiti bly I i 144 Icr i 11 1roiin lll't1r at:. 1'
per bushtsll lfr.ntl Nt.. ILouis to. Now O)rioll4ns, ii.
W'ill be po1,(bll to .)"arry grain ait Input 2','
per hus1hol ,'h,'p,'r thl n tihll lowestl, r1te atl.
which iltl4 o'ver I.,'i c'4Tar'liId 4so far."
A largo quantity of llgars, clar't,tiw,,
liquors and rt144c4lll4lt844a4 4gHld44 14. Hl41m fortl"
VIolitli4n of t1,1.h r',,v'im laws)). were solI atl,
eaction In New 'lrk on th414 thirti! ent iusts Illlt.
The appralis8di v1ithn of t1iI' goLdtls so(ld Was
shotut $80l0, an1d ilIh r 4amn41t ',ali* l from 1tll'
hale betwoon $4!0li4 and $t10,4)0. (ilgare sld alt
186 to $r10 per 1)00), while, cligarttL' Ibroullht,
$t 80 to $2 90) peir box. Milk imbrollrus sold
BOr $liannd$10 ach11. and drots llke frol' $1 20)
to $9 per yard. 1n4 y oI il rought $ 50 4ll,'pr I,t
Stie. A curious felature, 4.ii,ncw4'te` with this ill.y
, s business Is dovl'lo,,hld, 4ays thle t.. .oall1s
Times, In the fact thaI. t.he1 dutly i $24 per hl4lt.
tie, while the glenral llmarke't v44h4I4 In Now
' ork is only $10. "This Htatonment4l. Is ,'l oncl
v.-V proof that the who5l, 1I)u4dn4e4s done, 1by
d'eaers In bay oll (iole orliginallyl) Ithrougtfh
the hands of 4nrsmuggll rs. It i1 quit11. ce''rtanin
tiLhat no denalr shorlt o)f 4lelig Ian11 lIot, would
!,import and pay a d1uty of $24 plon nl articrleh
.ihlob he must sell, If hle sells at, all. lt. $10,
;` il tu the c)io willth this bal4y oil. (tovernllnllln .
therefore, re.'oevei4 nio 'revenue! from its imll
pJrtaltion. 1Th1n uhe gg'lo4rs athten1t 1tI lls
trade."
It is assertedl 1by the I 4it,441 states tr'esulry
L Lperts in Washingllton that not los1 thnl
81,000,000 in counte4rfoilI, sllvetr and goldl is now
iiah oUhtulation Inin tlhis o)untrl', anld thllat th1.1e
~-0l sO 8 constantly incr'.ising. 'i4h4 sclloitille
i 'amiOaofn gives a very clear ac.teullt of the
"S1_merous devices resol,'rteli to by rogums to
+- _*ae the coin, from tilh a4bsolutely splurious
_ through all the fluor gradaitions of clip
,p.pg, filling, splitting and swealtinlg. Whatt
" a t nkes the matter still more serious is tlle n
BIlquencIy with wiilch arl'ests of coutnterf(,lt
5are made, in spitA of tho apparenl t h old
it~ts with which t.hey carry on their opl i a
i.io.s and the mnultitlude of 4lagent4.; englllag ill
~'what is called, in their expr.'asive slinng,
-'slhoving the queer." Th11 want of famliliarity
iO the part of the puhlic with the ne'4w c4oiln
Soon to be brought lilto gene4lral 4use4 with thel
Sisumption of sp.ele pi)1yments441. offrsl't it fre.hi
' _pportuntty for countl.rfeiting or d'tbsing it. .
.. With two branches of tlhe salme) rascally 1busl
uars carried on simullilltanously a4nd actively
Sthao 0counterfoitin.g bank nlote.s onil 1th1 olne
hand and of coin on the other- -the v'g1il.ian4c
-01 the .ublic will Io, t.axi'l tIo the ll uttl'nost.
In the course of an arthclo uon the itern l -
.'t1onal monnttiry iionferenie,, the New VYork
Financial Chrtonile of last tSaturdaiy has this
to say:
The English enidnit nire ',portod to be
;divided in opinion ias to lihie aItlvia'l ili yv of le
epti Thier is a l'(strong lpr'smlptllnhi ,
however, that. liefore thle time andi pinie lare
areed upou for t hei nie.ting tie ionis iii of
lanld to take parti, in I hie proleediings will
:alo have tewen oltalinod. \We lax it (von whiiati
we think is gorl nuil hority I l:l, lhat the Earl of
JBeaconslleld is likely to favor lthe Iongri'.s;
and we know that lthe Brit ish pr'onii r', who is
fond of just such11 surprises asuch i clongrss I
may effect, is not eiaily driven ri l lilront his - i
o Mr. Evarts, th, ifir',fr, hais good r.asonll
,_r considering the hoilding of ia Coniigrcss it
certainty.
It is furthor tbelivo\.l t hat fit. menet ing will
not be held in liern,', as at. first, proposal, but
probably in Paris, or iin s.oae other larg ion1
re of capital tnl-i iindustry. This nlionetary
conference, therefore, nay tie seareely' secondi
li importance to the congriess whiiti hias this
week been opnii in lBerlin. The interehsts.
involvxed in the oneil arel' iinot supe'rior to those
involved in the other. The welfareu of ,oiii
mnunities, and evin iof nations, in thOese later
days, is as deplendniit upnI corlrect views inl
the use of the ilnstrullntlls of eO tnernlrl Ias
upon the inltrigueis of the statesmnan or on the
Caprices of llonarchns. And if ill tlhl'e one chlg-i
gress we have gattllred( iogetller tile LgUllit
representatives o the li greatest of the Euro
pean potwers' ill the olthr we shall have tlhe
Ilost learned. in e'ono'liuli ' scienll illn consulta
tion wtih regard to the ba-is of all intirna
tional excihanges.
The last quartirly repoirt, of the Ws\\hin
ton Bureau of Statistics. shlowing thet cturse
of foreign trade at tilhe 'iieis ol f New York,
.ostob, PhIiladelphiia lanld lBaltimlore for the
two past calendar years, makes a more satiis
factory exhibit of the coiimnli'rie of New York
than was genlrally ixpected. Int a review ot f
the document thI New York Bulletin says
that at Baltimore tilh ilports during 1l77 ex
eoeded those of 1 i7-; by s.)tlol.oticO while in the
exports there was a decline of $50u.t000. At
Boston the inmports lasIt year were $12,:30,000
above those of ITi,. blt teo exports exhibit a
decline of $St0,(tI0. At Phliladelpchia the iln-.
port trade in 1'77 was s.tationary, while in
the exports thelre was a decline of
$13,100,000. Taking t hese three ports
combined, the trade of last 'tyear shoiiws an
Increase of $17,100,).((0 in iminpl.rts, and a
decrease of $13~;.0i0,tt in expoirts. At
the port of New York, there was an increase
during the year of $25.u00i,Otti0 in the imports
and of $7,0(t,000) in the exporits. Fromn the
foregoing figures the Bulletin r'eache's thei
conclusion that the ports of lostonll. hlqiladell
phia and Baltinlore are not continuing to real
ie the steady progriess in their export trade !
thatwas anticipatled from the large outlays
in providing trininal f.uctlities at the respee
tive ports. At Neiw Y ork. however, theure was
an Increase last Vy,ar of $7.ti0,o)0 in the ex
ports, while tlhe lther tiiir.· cities show a loss
of $13,500000(. So far as regnards 1'77, there- I
fore, New York iexhib!it.ed a recovery of husi
" ness recently dive'rted to other poits. How
-iCu this may be atti ..utitble to iimllpruved ter
tinael arrangements and how far to lthe new
L compait be'tween the railroads, the
in hinks it is li it e1as1' to dctlrmuiue.
I First of Juts) p ix.l), Judrmen't.
wIll be otamned ,n City Taxes of 1878.
bee a. dvlrtha nt.
FINANCIAL AND COIE1tCIAL.
MO'I UTAUY.
OFFICE NEW ORLEANS J DEMOC RAT.
Thursda y Evenhlnr. JuNEW 20. 11178.
1411W OIILKaAN OLXA&~ItIN NOU6..
Clnoarling. Ba1ances.
,ino 17 .. $1.101,744 35 6101.271 114
Juno 17 .. .. 1,2611,3141 114 19614.14 97
*Juno 14... . ..- 1,.(297 rt 14:,131 111
.1(1(11 IH .... .r,11.,:17:1 :1)) 327,1050 41
Juno 20.... 1 .12 157 71 15511754 62
'frolal thu14 far ......1,l0 21; 1(5 7:1 11.0210.66 1$7
Thelra wO butl. Iltt.lO 1I14 fll1 31011 1 ('(117m
mm-viallll plRl"'r. and rnttrw for money ev ont~llnne
onlay. On tho F1 roo(t a largo btUsInlss Was trans
I()10111d In 4111uriti'tl at I rr1'yllalr ratels.
Wi glJ11l.l 1xnl7j11IonlJl plaper 708 11(ovnt; Al
do 3ri40(0; 111)o11) 40r011 dr -)40-; loans on ('(,1
lat1.erIals 0(410; Al lrtgagf vapor II 1 o; 10s 411tnld
gratin do --0- IF nknt llwt r andanum
(foldkM ll Pt dl.,
fjtato Consols fi Iln nl(lod at, 79'.4 79'..
I'lrr'n)l/ll B onds loweWlr and wonnk at )2'!''113:(.
Oldl o1tl'11d In Now York at l00ot. an1 closed1
111 1,, $11(4331 alt tl1 23Rrl $501) III. 1111'4.
H'I'F;IIIA(O - 1Bn11 b1ll 444. Cllmmor'Ial
FlRANCS - ]lank franoa -, ommorel'al -
5.17 -r,
HI(ITI' --Bltnk 1'1lrllt1'r rtn ' e ornmonrciaI
NIIOW OIlIIA4NH HTO(tI IX(17IAN(I1 1AI.l1.
FI O81' CAll., 111 A. M.
11.0130 Ht A ('cnfn ..... .. .... 794
15,0(11. Ht Flt HH .... .t... .. .... 79'14
Irll Mlloll (J.IIMIlI ............ 7'7
1:141,)31 Hrotte (7lnurrIIl. ..... 711
IlI.1441 Htaton CIjInolliM 74')
'21)010) (4(aO (0111 (H.001). ........ 74
111,1043 State (lrmllIp... ....... 74
441.).11 PromInm 10ndM........... .... ...7 (
14,),143 1'r'n lu11l 111171 l(t. to dlrawlng) a ¶2
10,)013 Prcomlum Ilontln 113. '7141............ 33'1
1701001) CALL. 12 M.
20.130) Htnto (711140111...... ........... 74.'
51,144) Stat (i11111411...... ....... 74'.
2.13"1 l'rnmlll m B-)nd .. . - _ . - 3:)'
25,000 Il'rcmlunl (fonds . -" .... .... 3
TIIIII) CALL. 2 P. M.
47,)314)l Stan Onnro (31t ... . . . 79
25 .01) 14tit 011 O 41114. .. .... 74'
20.1)1.98 H801111 (Ilo1lIl (H. (H)) 11 74
'I'Total H8a17-HMt,ato*. a 220710, P'r111 311 $8711100
OIJTSIDE 14AI.1114
614.011) PromIlIm 13111144 ..... 3:17
15.,441 P111ml7 Inl Bon0 s 1.................. 11~1
10.11141 Iroitt ll U D nlRl~lI -·········· Il'
40.1441 u'17m11 11111 B ilIl IllIl.R- ......... "1
I ,10.1110) H1.1 (JoI(' l o (-4. 7o)1.... ........ 771.
1r,.14100 8,1111 (t'olIl1I (H. (10) 711
1.0111 8Itnto Consolf ......... .... ..... 79
10 1441 8ttr.() (J0l11340134 ............. 741M
1)) (33 Htaltn (4)0340134 . . . . . . 7H 14H
4 ill Htl40 81 1 (711 ......4..11.. 74 s
:0.ll311 Hhato (1l0n4co11 ...1 . ............. 744';
(II 11011 81111 (711741114 - ·· ···-·- ·· 741L
:15,0310 Muto (j'tlol... ..... .... .... 74'
1.144131 83(1011 (701141114 "............ 1
Illy Tolograjrh.I
1lrNI1N.DjIfh no21. --4-Inrr Ilhuvor jijot o--lilly at
7,:11 '34 111 Il'). U111414ll-Fr 10th mono11y iind
'AIII.,110I( ¶07i105 L.
1A1)134, .)(1'1')'211,-Itontos 112r 551
CO MM ICIAL.
OFFICE OF NEW ORLEANS DEMOORAT.
Thursday Evening. June 20. 1878.
(IENERAL REMARKS--This has booen an
other hot, clear day.
In (',tton buyers and holders were at logger
heads as to prices, andoonseq(uently the report
ed sales amounted to only toe hbales, of which
3:o were sold late yesterday evening.
Transactions In Flour continue small, and
chiotfl confined to the better grades. Notwith
standing the modlrate supply and small re
ceipts there is no improvement on our quota
tions of several days past. Hales 1819 bhls.
The slpply of Corn Mort has inrereasedl and
the market is quoted 5 to l0c bbl lower. The
sales were only 235 bbls.
There were also sacks of corn sold to-day at
from 50 to 521 P bushel.
The provlsion market continrles to grow
stronger. Pork has improved In prico, and
holders will not sell under $10 25 '3 bbl. The
market closed strong. Hales wero 75 bblh, early
in the day, at $10 12!'. and 150 bbls at $10i 25 I
hbl.
Both in Dry Salt Moats and in li.lon there
has boin a decidod ndvaone, in 1prlices. the do
maind for both articles being good, and riLces
were firm.
COTTON--1hlolers arn a.oa't from the views
of hllyers; oonrllorlently Ihe mlrlovollrrnlt is small.
ooling coninlled to 550 bOales, of which 350 wroe
sot irnto lnst eventing.
TIhe loll ,wing is the offcial closing of the Cot
on Exchange:
To-day. Yesterday.
Low Ordlinar ............. ' .
Ordllinary ...................... . .9y1 . 's
Good Or(linrry .............lo 1
Low M iddling................o. .ol
SMidil ...................... 211 112
(.,,od M iddlllng ............ . .. 12 12
M iddling Fairr................. .
Sales to-day 5,0 hales. Market dull.
COTTON STATEMENT.
In store and on shipooard Sept.1. 1877. 21.356
Gross reclipts sirrer yee'( rday 513:
G.ross recolets oervionly....... 1i0,2I32-1.ii:5.775
Excess In Ile nnrtal stoek mate fromr
linters, loose, etc.. since Septerm
ber 1..........."- .................2. 12.825
Total suply ......................... 1.92.5
Exported to-r t., .................. 1,5,7
Exported previously ....... .... 1.62.2x-1.6:33,
Total stock this day ..................... 3a 73
Tirtal stock this rday lanst year........ 7079
'l'ho exports to-day were 15s7 bales to New
York.
set receiptR slne yesterday- .......... 171
Receipts from other ports ............
Not reoeipts last Thursday............. 5a
Nt receirts siame timoe lat yoer...... 20
Not reelr pts i ~ ice Friday............ . 1 3
Not r' cei ts same trie Ir.st week ----.. r :s
Nt reeoip's same inie last yeari...... I 521
Not receipts since Septombeor 1-......... 1,3:3.5s0
Not receipts same time last year....... 1.1723 51
Cotton on stlitihoardl as per account or) frei
Cotton Exclange is as follows: Liverpool
to7s4 hbalsH. Havre 71T. Bremen 527. Medtiter
iranr -r Sa -. Spal --. oastwisce 525; totall. 11,ui
hales. This. takn from the store. at noon. t
noted at the Exchange. leaves in presses 27.190
Tleo receipts at all ports. onnsilidated, as per
tolegramsnl to the Cotton Exchange. show tot is
fromi nloon yestelrday to Pooor to-day of 1211'
hales, a. ;lin.st 11i Ibaces last Thursday, 60o
last year and 932 the year before.
The nlovermet at ports for six days. up to
12 m. to-day. is given below:
freceirved Slam t me Same time
nsit:ce Frid ,'. last week. last year.
New Orleans .... 1.13 1 x0s 1.524
Galvest on........ .0 1.: 41,
Mlhile . ......... 442 790' 52
Savannah......... 2,014 7 1.365
lto al ti s l . . ..... .. 5 1' 93
WI ilmington ....... . 2N1 15 22
Norfolk ........... 92- 1.3s,;
Baltimore ......... 9 17 2:
New York... ...... 47 121 itr
Boston ............ . 0 1.125
Philadelphia ...... s:, 2 404
Various ............... ........
Total ....... 7 035 9 039 6.2'S
Receipts at ports since Septemtber 1.... 4.191.521
Receitps same time last year............. 3 Is 75
tlripts samrn timre yoar hefore...... 4.04.614
The consolidated report for six days gives
exports to
G. B. Fr'e. Con. Chan. Stocks
This week..... 11,;r75 .. - .... 19,:45
La-t week .... . b,0417 4.114 5.1s4 .... 224 069
This week 1.lt
year.......... 14.500 4,062 100 7.205 281,326
OCEAN FREIGHTS-Are quotedl as follows:
SBy steam--Ctlon to Liverpool 5-16 l@'dt to lie
vol --d: to Bremen -d: to B stoe, Providence.
Fall River. Philad-.olhia and Baltimore. via New
I York. Nh; to Nw York ;c: grain to Livernool
4-(s.t1. and - to Bremen ? quarter.
By sail-Cotton to Literpool 5-16@'d ; to Havre
to Bretmn %c; to Genoa %@le: grain to
Livorool, 7~ti.
SUGAR-R-1oi .ip 9O. hhds. Sales s.). The mar
ket is lai ly active a:d firm.
We quoit,: Interior 4`.@5 2; common to
rood common 6 00-0: tala; o1 good fair ('I I
7.~c: folliv 'sir 7'0;7i.o: prime 7t;c: strictly
.rlmA 7%@s'.'; gray clarfloi --r--e: yellow
'laritlel. at In quality. 8N@Fic: off whites.
,ooe,0 to hlotoi. 9': white Ctsrltntle 9d9:a.
MOLASSES-R1-e"-i p178 bhts. Sales 27 bbls.
The inquiry is limit d an t pricus steady.
Wei uoutw: Oommop 22ar*s;; s aiSr 26'i83;
o Mo. i sturi prlaim 3m0ms ohole.
L B-usiness is dull In the flour trade,
and athough stocks are very moderate, nd the
reoolpts searoely equal to the limited (?urrent
demand, holders continue to sell freely at our
quotations. There is very little doing in low
grades; indeed they are almost unsalable, and
the demand is rostricted to the ,btter grades,.
which sell in a range of 5 504rr, 75 I bbl, with oc
casional transactions on special and fanny
brands at higher prleor. 8alas-l2t,t lot10 nd ion
iblts on private terms: 25 at. rt 25; I 215 at 3 si50; t0il
at Si 66: 114 at 84 25: 75 ati 7r5: sI at $425; 25 at
$r, it5: 150 Ial, $5 8; 125 at $4 7 $7 ; 10( at S5 ; 50 at
54 50 If bbl.
(NIltdY MEAL-Owlng to an Increase in the
supply thie market. Is rllo0 Iower, Iand is quobIted
at, $24)(4a2 40 for onod to ch.oletoWoastrn meal Fx
landling. )ealers aire lnow joltbbing and rdtlilinri
at. $2 6tl(4:l e ]t ltihl tolt of itr)lT. SalLe- 25
bils fit $2 45 1:10 at $2 40, i0l and 44 at $2 411.
(litlTM-Th'Iore is a stuel V domnd n and price
onutiniue to rule flrm at E:3t13 25 '> bbl for good
to oeloo Western cx-landliig In roundl lots.
iOn jb ,lIto dealers obtain $S 25103 Si, itn int qutll
Ity and brand.
(HREAM AND PEARL MEAL--s:rsi: 1o t
hhili as in gaiallity.
IIOMNY --Wholesale $2 75; iljlbin t. S.
OOW PEAS-'Tht, stoc'k nitng igratal ty red tcleOd
antd tle Heu laaon Iaitott over( thl nmarket IS very
duil anld pri.es hlave heavIly dletlin.d. We
notei low graflits ri(iFise, gou] I)ixetd 7il111st.
'iaty t1 215. Hitles---].1t bags goodt mlx u d ai t 7Si',
tlit bags at t1.
Ii')lK- The demantd is go.old, atind lhltyors
would take pronprty fir'lv at prtvions priens,
but holders arnetrong inl thlrt views, ind thit
stlllily lettng limited. metlS po rk is notlt. )rt.
'hiaitiblne at less than $lit) 2r ' Iltl market topt',d
wilthl atn urly .alo tit I$0l 125. ut sitoon alivancedt.ll,
rlling stealidi throtghiiut thl tltiy. aintd ,onllg
strinto g at $li0 2w514t1 rllo. talmtat ' rltIs are nowl
qltintl $10S 75 " bitl. Hales 101 tLP il at iLt 25.; 2,5
at $I 12 t4 ; in lit S10 25. alid n itat $10 124 It-' itbl.
IRY HIA iT MEAT''I-We hai.v to notit ll i t r
thr advattnn in shouldurs'. 'l'te market ,polnlt.d
stroung aind qllt)ted at 4 l(s(ti '' for lo.s 1it( 4'.
for laoked miats, with salts, but stlubsetultit intiv
on an actilve dlmrenndl, tit lleisa inlvioi l ]t)'. tllnd
cloned firm at *i4c intd rleo for soiltt ,ra,
tloose nai d tpactked. I)ona'rat i'atr ii tlnowt ont
r'11 . 14 for loo se anitd paik shoullders. iales-
401 hloxl stoulders alt s; I ear load at, r'; 40t
boxes sholders at nt.; 1 har load to arrive at e. S;
1 ear lioad slhoulders at 4'io I lii.
lACOtIN--The supplty of blaon conitinuns light
and the mark'it har lily ntivn'ndl till shnoihldrs.
The odmandI iS goo anid t it the oliot priJotes
were quoted firm, shon ldrs 5 tu(451', cIntr rib
suides 4ti.tv4lt and latl r sldus oin. lDeilrs'
oricels lIare now l'j olteld: it a houbllers li ,~.
.Iear rib shies 4, antd tlear sidts 70.
Sales--lo and lo 'asks I, ar sh,'i at t ': 25 boxti
shoullers at to itl 20t tOi1 20 do at ril ; Ii tasks
clear sides at .e ; alitntld 14 it lit Ii i10 and tl
do at 6;7, andt 10 boxes at 6S'1' " lbt,
lIAMtI'-Alithiugh iur'ims halive sharply im
iproved they rnt still Illow ai proper tarity with
the West. 'hi fooling is It ragi and vtlu6 s ..ltead
lly lmplrove. We qtl uoe ptlltin hames l RiCn andt
etloi.i sugar-cure.d at 1(tol l k n. I i t n iz ii, glnt.
ity and brandi. Iealoirs' ,rit's are tl41l0 atov
those figurnt. Halus- nit tllrets 'holoii hamsl to
inrrivo at Il; nt do at il,, and 5 do piliu ait $e
'LAtl)- 'lRThi dtrmind for lard Shows a mod
oraten In.r 'oven t i anrd pr'es larlt stM dlor List
not qnuotably higher. Wo quottn r'efiltned lard 7
@l7.t l for good to choiltt. antd rtiokers' tpritnte
steam 4. e:07c; kegs 7-8rc. and vails 7.YHs,'.
Dealers' raite are 5,e hi gher.
BREAKFAST BIACION--The sn]uply on thb
slot ls soareo. alnd tile rimarket, is atter for
cthoitn goodts at 714i47.0(; idealers are charging
7,!41i4ti. for .ntill lots.
FULTON BEEF--ihalf bbls Sit 75; extra West
ern mess Sllt(,i4 I bibl.
PACKERS' HOG PRODUCTFI-Dealers are
selling on orders in th , job trade ait $5 75 i ti
half bbl for pig pork, t S o Ni bbl for prime Incss
pork. !s 25 for ptrime pork. antd $s on for
r'tin n orui.
COFFEE--Qu let antid unchanged.
QUOTATIONS FOR OLD.
Cargoes. Job Lots.
'rime ..........-. ......... 1J 4517 17 8417'i
( oood ..................... II ll--- l a n I t i. ;i,
Fair .......................----- 1 5 .l5t l iidir,
(ordlnary ............... 13'.414 14 10.414
Extrelme range .............. ... ..I..nl7
TOBIACIO-Hailoen is hhds ol privated tolrni.
Stock on sale R1(I hhds.
QUOTATIONS.
Inforlor uT s ....... ............ .... e as I
Low lugs ... ... ..... ......... 2'c(a 3
Medium--- ............................--. ua.i 3l
G Iod to fino .............................. 4 " 4
lImw loaf .................................. 4)(4 56)
M edium ............................. ... . 44 7
Good ...................................... 7}@'.N sq
Fine-... ................................ It @ to.
Selintiona ---........... ... ... 10 4112
COIN- FitIrly active and nsy,,. Hihle--s2o
stanks thoteli whitet at t51; 2on0 mixol lt rste; 1',l
yellow at 52'7; 7tui white in lpoor orl r r it 4';" 4t1i
eoloul yellow at Sic, and 1500 whiteLt iati. i7 pLr
bush,.I.
OATH--Ara In nod Suplply and moderate idi
maild. Hales-l till and lro cholot at 1 '1t potr
hnihel.
BItAN-In ltght demland. Sales-150 bags at
O65e. and 200 do at *;2 ,5.
ilAY-Dull and euisy. Choice $14: prime $11(n)
12 nier tonl.
U111.LK C)ORN--Tho market is diull. Wl), lunte
No. '1 mttixed at 4nit.
BlU'TEIt--Faur stock and In moruurnto ro
i.1st,. N w York er.ltamne'-y niiti '23(S25.lu. No' 1
Y"rk dtairy primnt 2ii221' Now York (aitly goo
18.Ibt19'; Wtslir urtoniot ll y I 41.4 25, W-.Lstttrn dalii
ry lia ti'" t It.
CHIEESE- lo In light dotrn',ind. New York
lream 120. Ohio fllo'tory 7, I,"' Ilt..
POL)LTItY - Old ehii'kions $l li, 25; yonglli
E2(13; ducks 52.4li ; geeoose sat.; turkeys
,'TPA tWIT h'itn fitlr idemndl it 3h'i; in lots.
POTI \TOES -- \V.strnti ntominal it, -(-- 2I
tilti. Or LtouiiStI Iiin potit)ls Ither is ait fair
sitok. wh at light d).nitnld; lprie.ts Ilasy ittt
Si(nI! 25 -4 hill.
(INIONSI WV-stern nominal. Lmttdana
olrtoie iit in tnl d dI manl at SIt 7, -2 25 " bl.
SWEE I' l1tOl'TAT'iHES--Noumltnl.
3( \ll'.AG l:S-Are ni.lodly. Louti.tna ca:b
tincitnr- trel quotlted ait $-2 aW 1i:t o0 1 l o.
BEANS --Northru 3 : tcW, tiern 2',01 2;(
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I'(CE.-Ftrm: T tt' nd t. ut ood;i No. 2 4. ';^
/'ltitl i n 1(sa'!i* . ordinary (sialt'S ,, fair iii,
it"u', guotld t1-bee , primoe 6l1s@7l. choice 7 ,+7(
7 t, lb.
HALT--We qtote dealers' tiriceit from their
waruhoultSs tat 85(a-ilt s.ick for -.tat-s',; $1 05
(t1 10 for fltti '1ilrk's Isliind dilll anid nflin
htuctidt; hull ait. 3(t(a':it2it 5 btsheld. Tabht stilt Jin
to,'k'ts lt 7 ( 11 eat 'h tis in st','ti.
WHIKY-Tlhti demanl for this artIcle is
moditertite atnd in prices .carcely atny cai.ne'
from day to day. Wit uontinuli to note oht
uto'k negntu'ettd iind dlull. WVu titnole itlhoutue
Ciniliinuti $I 0Stisal 05. fair to good Wo~eten and
Loulsiuna nix per cnti $1(51 i:3.
WOOL-Small lot( 2 l tht nfw eroDp are comIng"
In, ttt mcct a poi" rniarknt and norrinli tui,.s.
W1Vl, uit hitu r- rr 9Si0o ; Louisiana clear 18@(20it;
laki 1I ,'22., th WI.
COTTitN TI iS-Ar' utletd at $2 25 i bundle.
with discoutiut atordint to quantity.
MIARIKETh BY TELEHRAPH.
Domestic.
NEw YORK. J1n1( 20, 10:15 a. m.-Coffeo easy;
sales 208;1 ,~Iottlss at IB iltimnorue. ItRL. sugar
quitt: Lai.s-15.21 ilhds ; ref-lining fair to good
ltir 7 :3-l;7 ',;. Bellued sugar qulet.
CHICa.O , ll 20. - '.\V'hlt ot,enAd at 92,';
SJuly. Corn-37' July. 37' August. Prk--$s :a
to :15 August. Lad-6.57, July, 0.9)2,(0'697'
August. Iater-Wh-eat--9i t°9j2 July, h85 bid
August. (',rn--:t Jully. 37, August. PI)ork
t s17~s 0 20 .July, $9315 August. La d-i;.ssa; 7 1,
lulv, 6.i9 Auust. Dry salt mnltts-bhouldcIrs
4.0o, short rib 5 25, short -l-Lar 5 40.
Union Stock Yard-.-54 ear loads reported:
estiaitI dl re'itts (of hogs to-lday 19.00); light
tra.es $: 70Sa3 l5o, heavy to pDeokt'rs' st 70t: 95,
heavy shipLpinlg $3 855(4 (5. C,ttle--Estimatcd
ri c-iptL. 419-; market qluiL't.
I p. m --Lorning Ca 1-Wheat-June nominal.
91 L(_d) Jully, s45a bid August. Corln--3Iý% Jiiune
or July, 37 August. O )ts--2 JIna. 2:% July, 23
- ullgst. re- s92o July, $9 35 August. Lard
6.9. za 0 95 August.
3:,) p. m.--Cise-Wheat-91s7i@9 ail July. RSd
August. Crn-3-r;' bid June or July. ;17 bid
Auglust. O)al-2i June. 23za232% July, 23
Aug;ust. Pork--$9 12~5 July. S. 27"z5/ 930 Au
gu-t. Lard-- ;.s2',5 6 ,h 5 July, (6.92l,'(6.95 Au
gu-t.
zT. Lois. June 2o0 -Openine-Wheat-90o'. bid
July. as' Au gu-t. C,arn-3s1 July.
1 0. In --\Vi1hat higher-90'4 July, 5Ra August.
$1 oz bid cash Corn lower--3:j6 t.asih or J.oly.
Oats tlrmcer--5' hid June, 24 1,h d August. 25
but ca-h Whisky isteady t . l o1;. Porn, b -.-in
andt out meats unchanged. Lard nominally
6 70-r1 , 75
C(NCINNATI, June 20.- Ioes pork quiet avd
firm at r9 75I, 0i f)r city brands. Baonr-Shoul
der- 5''. e earr h -ides 6, elar sides '.i. Sugar
,'ured hams 'ii1 . Bulk meats ste-adly
'iSoilllers 4i "r5. B'lear rib n.-id's 5j, clear sides
54.s5 ,0. La d steady -Current mIke stoal,
i.I:1,i95, prime wint r 7:. en untry kettlte7.
c5iv I1o . tgts--ltec-ipit ton-lav 2105; I1n k-.
'.,'tivl-' altl i. min; common $5 110 t 411, mediuml
Vi 450:1 IIt, good to cioleiC.. $ 7,l4.:3 .S5. GraIn
11qui-t. Rl-e-t6rime ample 55. 0 ts-Mix.'d 27
Irimse woite 29. Brlb y dull antd nominal.
Who-1r- CGood to prime white $111,1 02. chol,
$1 te4(1 0l. C rn-MiLrid elr 41, shelled on
arrival :3:. Whisky ste-ady at $1 04,
Perelan
LIVERPtf nL. JIna 20. 12:30 p. m.-Cotton q(Fuiet:
Mu'tling Ut land5s 6i01. Mld ling Oi l-ans
6 7-16iI; sa'es--8it bales, of which 2001 are for
-exp rt and speculation: recei-its 4250 baler. all
American. Wheat-Westeorn spring Sc iod@
e ! do winter 10zlos ad. PIO1 r--Wetern
oantl at a2s@ý . Corn--New 2sN ed, old
S7e. m Sd@Ts t Odats-gs ad. Pomk ri me mess
Western 43s. Lard-Prime Wstern 3as vd.
Bacon-Long clear 21t od, bshort clear 2s. Tal
low-American a7s :ld.
8 p. m.-Cargooan of flour and wheat on pasn
age anrd to arrive, 1.075 fll) quarters: Porn. ao,
Mi0 qularters. RI.'hn-u(iii.heri.nd nout ill idvateil
rad and steady at 2sM; short, rib advaneod rid and
ste dy at 29s. Hlamr-Lmng c'ut a'Ivalrnrdr IM
and fArmnr at, 4isp; shoulldr v airdvnnd rd r, and
MtRuWly 24M ri. Lard - Prime Western nd
vannued to :Is id and stertly. All othlr artils.r
Iinc'h lnuged.
L,ONrNloN, Junn. 20, 2 Vi. m.-Whnnt.-C(.argon.
offT rosiat lro adviniirr. (Corn qulir, .tan(d lrl
hitangii. 'Tlallow 'i 4ii .
O(.ean IPFreI'hts.
NEw 'o(urt, JlIII 24). --Oran i rrghts er n q idi
hut. tios dy. T'o i ivirrolt, by vtiarn. 32,0l1
buhlllel gr in at. M t "ra '; IIt, and i5,000 ,o nas
mhiosMat :iiii iii. A forwn hark for Cork for
orders with iaiim qrijartnra griln ii litas fil; a Gir
man ship from I'hihlitlphitr to hlondol with
74 raI rr'et ptJ.r trolirn at 4,. 'The ratei on
ch('rtrLf room iat tIi. "ore wire htghnir.
SUMMER RESORTS.
rI'EGAlLi)iN IHOTEL, MI4NINtI'lI ('l'lY.
1 1MMi..ririlr ite rin rnigmint' of (ot. J. t.
NIXON. Ia opnii for te slraiion
ILoirrsi li.igo and at ry. otTuring Msnll nd
vanItagir for familites, iiHrirl.ng thrn all hellor
nornfort,. Fish... Oyhl er alld I'rits and rtFri s
nuii Vegetablesir raisil on tih p.iano. In ih.n
dno ltn. Iitdngdirnlounty on to the iGulf HNilt.
water Itathl[ig is at all tlitns n.ortain. 'i rms,
modnrat ij 2mr
POINT CLEAR.
F . (I CITTZENH OF NEW ORILEANI AND
I vii lngo' will hoglhl to learn that theM.upirb
new .otol at. POINT CLEAR will be opned
May 15.
NOIINT' (JLECAt
·ombines morn advantagesn both for thoe sekers
after haolth unlld tilnaiur . tfhan anIother water
ina place in the Mouth. ituaNted IIn MobIle Bay,,
within ita ton's throw of the Gulf of Mexlon, it
boatnMa surf htrthinl, pure. health-glvling salt
air, tile rinlRt fish III t,he world, fluib oatirig and
driving bill lhrd salooins anitd ten-ptln aIleys.
The liotol is now. and hias, with its eurround
ing , hen so Inmproverd uas to make it a most (Id
Ilgihtful roslenneo for summeor. The heds and
Ilrrniitrno lrn Ialso .ntilroly now, and the iuiiinli
is e.oeniitlly excellent. There is nommulnin.
tion with Mobile twine daily, nnd parties leaving
New Or llans in the rnirrnirl arrive at the Hotel
to dinner. Thu cihairg.s are moderate and
Hp.c'lal terms made for familll.s.
For partlnuilr rs adress
II. U. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Point Clunnr
Tinldwin County, Ala.
or I'ATT'ITNHN &, B(VAIRD.
72 ior tl 74 0 avior strent.
ALFRED FInELLNON.
aR:13 tn i57 Caroudolet street.
MONTROSS AND SHAI)DY GROVE,
BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI,
Now Open For the Reception of GueLts.
!InE UNDELRSIGNED TAKER PLEAHURE
ll In nirlllunnig ta. his frienids and the
trivnllling plliin g inno rally, that, ho l atlo thisi
oisionII to offor ilno.,r.Mad icomfort and addi
lunal ancioinnmodalionriu to hi+ ninjy tpatrons.
having iunidt the H1IADY GlROViE IIOTEL for
at ori of yirrs, will kei-p arli In i r , ornlln lti
with the MONTI'tO4i HOUSE. Both hotels
have oro.n tI,lhlroughly rtunvfted and relltted,
sitllrtrdl dirnity on the btrivih. ailorrlhing a Ilnrl
vihw of Ith Gulf iofl Muxino, and oTrriln biollt
ting. bhlutiing anud flhing of the i lnst diesnril
tion. No exp.rns will be stared to make the
MontrouM and Shaty Grove Hotels filrst-cineh in
ivorry retisprit. Terms rea oinale. Hiocnial
IRater to Farilllns .nid Peirmunirnent G('ilts.
Mirull tio Exursloinistra$1, with iprivillgo of
bath-housos frn of clhargie Addresr
P. J. MONt /108S, P'roprirtor.
or E. II. AtIIQUAIL
myn 4m I'. O nBox 9,77. Now Orlrnns.
GRAND ISLE HOTEL.
JOIN F. KRRANZ .................Proprietor
;H A KRANZ ......... ...............(uirrk
JOHN II. KItANZ ................Buptrintendtnt
SITUATEDI ON TIIE GULF OF MEXICO.
TIHE MOST DELIGHTFUL HUIRF BATHING
IN THE 8OUTII.
NOTED FOR ITM HEALTHIRESTORING.
QUALI rY.
r ITIE HOTEL HAN BEEN ENTIRELY RENO
- vlat'd., a Ilirgir nu mber of nisw rnrt.titags aildedn
to tll formir hotel lbildings., and nlt, lr-ly rn
firniuhrrd in rlruarnt style. A now railroadr and
arrMd htavo boon built. ioinn·entihg the hotel with
thlii stteamrnioat whrirf arnd theill brneh, and addl
tional nth-iihousn.i buhoill.. Thu roads htavo hlen
thoroughly repDlired. (Good farllltlit for flsh
Ing, bithi rg uil gamle.
For further partinlular aptly to C. HTITROBEL,
No. 4 o H-utih Ioters staroot, norur Poydtriw.
r1yl7 3Irn
BARNES' HOTEL,
MISSISSIPPI CITY.
rIHEf UNDERSIGNED HAVE LEASED FOR i
1 a term of years this colibrated Watoring
I'lact, ntiedl for its hailthfulnl s ., Ieantifulu]
scenery. FINE SEA BATIHINI( and FISHING.
simi-ditstaint from Nevw Orlean sland Mbllv. on
the New Orleans and olMotbe Railroadl. a ridl
from i.ither city of only two and a half hours,
and accessible by d1r.it railroad and telo
graitnle Homuntin ttiton to all parts of the
country a'id with aicomrnmodations uneralad.
by ANX HlIOTEL ON THIE GULF COAST,
We have comtpletely rifit ted thi, house, and
intend to m.ake BAItNES' IIOTEL ttihe most
comfortable and dlwiral-v house in thei South.
both for SUMMERl and WINTER RESORT.
Invalids will find ,very delicaly, comfort and
attention while the votarivs of plasure will b
turn lhcd with both BI.15S and STRING
MUSIC. TFN PINS. BI1ILIARDS. SHOOTING
G\LLRItIES, ARCHIl ERY, CROQUET, AND
ALL OTHIEr t GAMES productive of health
and amusement.
TiTe Bar will be furnished with Wines and
Liqlnors. PURE and of the best to be our
chaseid.
We appt.al. by right of our past reputation as
libeiral Hotel managers, to the g(eneirouls sullp
port of our tcople, for whose, b,,nifll we make.
as below, our rites as low as cnsistont with
keeping a FIRST-CLASHS OUSE.
Guo-sts will ie receivied at any time fromt date.
The House will be fully opened on the first of
June.
TERMS :
Board, per day ........................ ..... $52 50
Boardl , i r week ........................... 15 M0,
Board, .er wek, per month............ 12 o0(
N. B.-FREE OF CHARGE.-Exeursionistt
and other parties will find at Barnes' Hotel
magnifltent Picnic and Encampment Grounds
of flfteen acres, shaded with live oaks. with
privilege of Bathing and Fishing, and are
cordially invited to partake th-eref.
CHAS. E. SMEDES, Agent.
JOHN E. ROWLAND.
mvl 2m Prot)ri',ors.
Warm Springs,
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
IS NOW OPEN
For the Reception of Pleasure Seekers
and Invalids.
TBH1 LOVELY PLACE IS SITUATED IN
ihe beautiful valley of the French Broad.
within eight miles of railroad.
We have a flne Band of Music, attentive ser
vants, and all other acomuoodatioas to be
found at a fir t-class watering pDR'e.
For particulars, apply for d ucript've pam
thier. W. H. HOWERFON.
my291m Proprietor.
STOCIiTON IIOTEL,
CAPE MAY, N. J.
CH4RLE* DUFFY,
(Of Continental Ho*el. Philadelphia,
Proprietor and General Manager.
Season 1878 -Opens June 15.
TEDUCED RATES TO PARTIES REMAIN
1 ing one Week or Linger.
NrTE.-We take great ri .lisure in informint
uir patrons that a new Pars-onger Elevator an.
Electric Bells (in every room) have been addetl
' the Hotel. my25 2m
JAMES LINGAN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
No. 196 Gravler street,
I myr NEW ORLEANS. LA.
ANNOUNCEMENT
EXTRAORDINARY.
-o
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE WILL BELL AT
PltlME COST 1i'OR CAUnII,
OUR SUPERB ASSORTMENT OF
SATIN, ILK REPS, BROCATEL, COTOLINE AND CASHMERE
FRENCH PLATE, MANTEL AND PIER MIRR4 RBt
MOUNTED IN GOLD. AND WALNUT AND GOLD FILAME8.
ORNAMENTAL AND FANCY
TABLEN, PEDESTALS, JARDENNIERS, CARD) RECEIVERS, CABINETS, WORI
TABLES, DESKS AND ORNAMENTAL CHAIRS AND ROCKERS.
Wa will also ,all. AT TIIHE VEIRY LOWEBT MARGIN. all other Koorl In our Immense stook.
Our objaot in to rdu,.e our ovrorowrwdd stork, and WE ARE DETERMINED TO BELL. Oall
and make your sol.u.tlons whIll it Ia vyt tlmn,.
ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE.
R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY,
MOItE4QUII C IIUILDING,
mh tr CArner 'Camp and Paydrws streetr.
MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
SALE OF THE REVENUES OF TIlE
I'UBIILIC MARKETS.
BY HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR.
T)EPos IITMNT orF C.(MMr:nr.e.
City Hail, New Ore.r.n.s June 20, 1575. i
Will he sil at lhile acu'tion, in the (Ceneii
Ctbamrner. City Jiali, on W EINEHI)AY, Jun 2',.
187H, at 12 o'e+loe'k m.., the revenueos of thle,
public markets for the month of Jully, 1878, viz:
Fruit and Vegetahle Markets.
Fretnch Meat Market.
Poydrvs arindl Pllo Markets.
Trema Market.
Waivdngton .andl Port Markets.
St. Blernard MarkeRt.
Le,'lreton Market.
Ht.. Mary's Market.
Mai inlro Market.
Crulborne Market.
JeTerson Citv Market.
Borapmu Market.
Ninth Street Market.
Algierse Market.
I)ry.ules Market.
The markets will le sold svparately.
Teerms and Conrlitiorvi--Cash on the spot in
Uniteod Stater currency.
The city reserves the right to reject any and
all bids.
CHARLES CAVANAC.
i"21 22 21 2#1 Ailminrirtrator of Cornmmre,'.
NOTIC'E.
'UNPAID CITY TAXE. OF 18'78.
Le)EPARaTMINT OF FI'NANttcE, CITY HALL, I
New t)rlb.ans, June, 21. 17.
O(n the I:I H1T OF .1 U LY tho, un paid City Tax's
of 1·.7 will etr filed in the c,"o rt and jiI L'renits
irmediately obtined, upon whtoh exeutlensI
will I ii-,ued tl , , the S. erif. arndl that off-e:r re
ir'- I ti e,' ro, I' bIy s'izcrro and Hale, to e ielcnr t
thlie ecneellli it tIlte'.
i . ('. IENISH . Aidminiqtrrator.
SEALEI) I'I)oI'OSALS.
D):.; UTMENT OF Ye ATIe:IrWOItKH AND PUn.IC.
* ildings. City illll.
Ne-w Orieani .1rlin lt0. 1I78.
Sei,'d cproposale will hee re' 'lv.'eid Iy tihe in
Sd'rs r:ned till FRIDAY, .llutr 21. 1875, ait 12
o',i,'k i n., for the iIttlerig in and re-pdrrirngt of
irtit ,ie,-hcouse oif Steam Firet C , rrt .rany No. 21,
accordling to planrts and Sfi,''ifli-atioes oi 1110 in
the ii c o, i t1he'' (City Serv eyor.
ih i'y rIe erv-4 the right to re)';"'t any aiel
tall i,i, .,
',, i. rmakirng proposals for tihe work are
r,,:e i-c+d to deplisit with the Administrator of
Finti v,.e revi dence of their nte-ntion to abide,
iy l he :eladieatlor, the amount of sirs, in ea4h,
whi'" hall bee forfe'ited to tihe ity inl 'lSet' of
f ile :.' teo Sign the c rntrac't.
Ie:,l'ror to whom cronteralIt 14 not awardier
shall hale their deposilts r'eturnerd to thiem lon
the; dr iv ud i iletion lis made,.
Prot l"a'si to indrlorsed PIroposals for Alter
'ng ti: I I, eairing Engine-lIOuse~ of S mte:m
Fire, I ipany No. 21."
JAMES D. EDWARDS.
i:o ti Adm nit rator.
THE SINGER
Sewing Machine,
Acknowledgend by all to bie the best. It is the
only nmahine inr.rtle ferlorus men have etver at
termpted to imnitate, which is sufficient Ovid'enit
,ti its sup'.riority ove'.r all the rs.
Beuwe r- eof worthless imitations.
Noe second-h-and mrp-hine dealer bas the new
Genuine Singe'r Mc'-hine for sale. Those th,"
iffer are either BOGUS, or OLD ONES painteed
over to de eive.
No "Singer" Maehin" is genuine without the
above Trade mark on the arm of the machine.
SThe company have but one office in the city.
The Singer Manufacturing Company,
Smyl4 2m S5 Canal street.
Is acknowledged to be the
BEIT AND CHEAPEST OF ALL
SOAPS.
It is manufactured with BORAX. free of any
ADULTERATIONS.
Patented and manufactured by
J. H. KELLER.
apl ly 110 Gravier street.
RAILROADS.
- )ONTCHARTJIAIN RAILWAY
Depot at the head of Elysian Fields street.
near the Lovee, Third District.
Excursion to or from the Lake and return
srome day 21 pltHs. Chilldren nnder twelve
yie rs 10 ('.llnt. Fare to (GontIlly 16 centrs each
wily.
Trains -,ill Iamv as follows:
FROaM roti f:TTY. FROM THE LAKE.
r, ................ . m. 5 ......... .... a. m.
7:.0 ..............ia. in., 7 ..............a. m.
S...... . a. :: .............a. m.
10:30 .......... . r. l0 ............. a. m.
12 .............. m :0 ............a. in,
. . .. .; :30 ..u ...p., m,
S ...... .. . rn. : .............p... p, m .
,.. ........... . m 2:30 ............... . m.
..... ........ . m :o.................. . m.
. ................ m 5:30 ................ D, M.
7 ................ r. . 6:30 .............p. m.
S.. . . m. ':30................ .m.
On SUNDAYS the trains wii leave the La3 e
at 5:30 o'clock p. m. and thU city at 9 o'clook
The last train will leave the Lake at 9;3g
o'elorik p. m. on Hun crlays.
P'ILss.ngeirs for ,0 tilly must notify the Con
diltor prior to the departure of train,
myl Iv D. R B. IOBINHON. Reeiver.
TFlE NEW ORLLEAN AND MOBILE rAIL
, ROAD-MOBILE FAST LINE-
THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO TER
EAST, NORTH AND WEST,
Via Louisville via Atlanta and via St. Louis. 1
CARRYING THE U. 8. MAIL.
Trains arrive a.nrd depart from depot foot o
Canal street. as follows, on and after 8unday,
May 12. 1878:
DIEPART. ARRIVE,
Express .....7:30 a. m. Express.......7:50 a. m.
Expvre. s..... 5:00 p.m. Express....... 9:45p. m.
Coast aeeom- Coast accom
modat ion. modation,
daily. ox- daily, ex
oept Hurl- ctpt SBn
dal...... 3:30 D. m. d(ly.......:0 a. inm.
Pullrman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati,
L'.uisville, Nashville. Mt. Lonisa Washington,
without. (:hange, al only one change to New
Yo.rk arotl Flt.ern t tls.
Ticket t-fi ", norner of Camp and Common
streets, opL,mii, City Hotel.
lI l. ItOtl)N1 ON, l.uperintendent.
nmh2 lv .1I W iolEI\A . Ttirket Agent.
(ItEAT JACKHON ROUTE.
CHICAGO. ',T. LOUITH AND NEW ORLEAN$
IA I IROA I).
'T'raits will l,, Ir andi arrive at Calliope street
delot from lhy 12, 174. as follows:
, .\ V. AP.RRIVE,
Extresr N,. i.t;:ii: p.m. Expor,ss No.2. 9:15a.m.
W.y N No .. 7:5) a.r. I . VWa No. 4 ... 8:10p.m.
Nro. I awl 2 run daily. I and 4 daily except
.ruiday.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING OARS
throullch t, Loulavlle,. Cincinnati and Chicago,
l'thtolt htanue. and for St. Louis a sleeper is
atthcdlol at Milan, enabling passengers togo
thirough without li.aving ttlhe train.
Only one change to New York and Eastern
citles.
A- commoda.tlon trains between New Orleans
an l C,,mCrnb City:
L,eave New Orleans 3:30 p. m. Saturday. and
7:0o a. m. unllrday.
Arrive at N,.w Orleans at 10:30 p. m. Sunday
.|il a 50o. in Monday.
Huinday exrur-ir.n tir'ket. to MIrComnbCltyand
ret urr. ON E DOLLAIt.
Ticrkets fr raw'- ,tn berths securtrd at 2 2Camp
street. corner of Com mon.
A. D SFIEI.DON, Ticket Agent.
F. CHANI, FER. OGn. Pas,. Agent. mh
GR.EAT REDUCTION
IN PRICE OF
LEA & PERRINS'
CELEBRATED
PRONOUNCED BY EXTRACT
of a LETTER from a
CONNOISSEURIS MEDICAL OETLE
MAN AT MADRAS to
TO BE THE his brother at
SWoIrESTE:R, May.
' ONLY GOOD Tll LE PE
AUiCE, " that their Sauce is
Shighly esteemed In
Arnd atiplicoabl to - India, and Is. in my
Aninaliablon, the most
EVEP.Y VARIETY OF th e moas well as
DISII. some Sauce that is
1made."
WVORCE'TERSHIRE SAUCE
Thus Giving the . Consumer Not Only
the Best, butthe Most Economi
cal SAUCE.
Signature on every bottle.
JOHN DU'NCAN'S SONS,
9 College Place and I Union Square,
no27 ly NEW YORK.
Furniture
-AT
JOILN BOIS',
152, 134.......Camp Street....... 152, 154
SIs now prepared to sell fine as well as ordinary
i New Furnitur- at greatly reduced pires.
Country orlers roep 'tfulhy solicited.
P. B.--AI.o Furniture taken on Storage. and
i Scond-Hand Furniture bought., sold and ex
S:hanged. One price only on each and every
article. No deviation. Country orders promplt
ly filled. mull im

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