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The New Orleans daily Democrat. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1877-1880, May 27, 1879, Image 3

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1.al and Financial Iaitttr.
leM of the ctton market was steadier
ay, but neither buyers nor sellers ap
e have suffictenty recovered from the
d recent ,vI'nti to feol like trading
Only 10 litlos changed hands, and at
the markct was dull and prices
of cottn at this port amount to
a.g.lm ahu.t Hs0525 at the same tme
yar.ý Of this 22,4; nro on shlphlard,
4l'70e last year, leavinlg .:1,383 halos In
(unso,ll agna inst 56,117 last yea(r.
usold cYfon a large proportion is
or controlled I0 ine tunoise in ,his elty.
stoak In New York Is 163:,541 bales.
ere soe' r' ec''lpts yesterday at the
r landRi, o'"sistlnll of 159 hhds of sugar
28 bble of ºnioliIMs5. 'J'he market was
and a fair amolnllit of business was
in the lole Itrade at steady prices.
i1n at Lt l0 griilin landing was farll y's
Sand everrythln ng thi litst ,hI 'f grain
i-e-dsthuff ruled stelAny a ndI stRiIniig.
Itsa active at previouslprices, and oits
~atro and hlell higher
g-on alttl.ralte very 11ittle atlelntlon
y, ThIire wais alboult the usutIll Moi
bu liIe n a jbbinlg way, buit otlhe'rwise
was done exel.lt IIn halil, of whIch
Sweroe made to the llio I'l trldandltl
rt. The West reports lfirmer and adll
prices.
postl.on and ptispii)'tn, of the flour mliar
nue to attract attenti loll. Stocks are
w, and ire'elvers l'report, thll prospectsl
goreased Ir adeq1 ate ll supply to arrive
poor. l'ries ihave all uIlpward ten
neverthe.lhw.s, biuyers opelratelt very
ly, and iohldrlk manifest a llislposl
wait for a furl her rise in plrhih.
meal was fairly aet.lve. and at the
ders clallod a advance of 5(~llOr
larn thatl the iit rate on Hlour from
LouIs to New York is 8 cents per hbl.,
ients to Ilt11ion. Hlow long, think ye,
can afford to carry freightL at such
people if 1the Unlitled States are taxed
a year for hll.e sole Ill'ilt of two
Birms . I'll lfladellhlIa, who are said
worth $1Sl,0iiO,(h00l eacit. 'This is roh
bat it is oUe of tlhe lbautles of the pro
tarifi.
was but little loveIment yesterday
Seecurities. State Con(sola Ioaeel
49 4!)'94, against 4i'04a(49!' on Hatur
Pranmium soHnds ruled quli't at 20'.et
,against 216W'(,2b , on Saturallly. The
tthe Exihaneli footed lip) $2:5,000 of
and I3:7,001I of Premliunms. WILth the
of 400 shares8 of W\aterworks Coinm
gold outside the ExcIhanlge, we heard
tious in lands.
1ewYork .Journal of (uConmnrco Ilatly
to Senator 1lain, t t, ht Ihe I not
lonorease the "boronilng" of his prest
proapects by accepting the invii tlon
.,of the New York umereliants to ad
bem on the decay of Amerlllan e(om
.nd the means of promot,ing its revl
It tells him that he had better not med
1t a subject which he does Inx. under
"and his conclusions about which,
agreeable they may he to the ship
of Maine, are not generally approved
people of the United States.'" In the
of an article on this subject, the St.
-ubican remarks:
oeeau comnmreo of to-day, its com
What It was in former da)s, is
imnlkse an Ateriean sl,'k at heart.
lotg Entglandt aIot ll sh, knows of
Itactture and seiotifle navigation.
allowed ourselves to be puIshied into
teat and kept there. What fuot of
lIop era WO onte had, and what a b,-g
of slow goers we have noW t Inu ais:!, he
-iehb. verelrl of theI Seas madeo the
New York to Liverpojol In :13 days anit
the faslltCt, time then on record.
uthe old song says. coIliused
"John Bull to wto his eyes,
As he looked in surprits
per front the YankOee sde of Jordan."
the Drewdniaught, another American
ntded by Capt. Samuellllls, wilt) after
the $0aal, osean ylis'ht race in JBn
rietta ran from Sandy 1Hok to lti,:k
ldtys land a hours. The best time
by a sailling vessel from any port in
tats.s to Eu ose was i, 1n Ist. The
, lbulltr Iby Donald McKay of East
oomplished the trip trom Boston to
port to port -In ia little over twelve
required an Illnoumonly lively
t. keep iup witlh these swift seaitrds:
them making, under favorable c.reum
.tknots peDr hour for days together.
U.flandnati lrice C(turrent of the twenty
b! t has the following:
lilnumber of hogs takeud during the
es'ern points Is appi)roxlmattely 175,
*U,D0 more thian same week last year,
'tteal 6inL. Mlaruh 1 Ii Rabout 9s0,01Ie,
'o sante t It lst year. At In
o hous-,s were killing. Milwaukee
lOthiitz of ilmporttuae., nd ut ntil
lattr int the lseason there will he
O.it. Cdfar lati-ids will probably be
.flownl! of work abolluLt the (flt of
- slion it allhkinjl i alll ilt ,oon heads
Pa C tity I:has nitriatlly incre aed
Slni ('n -tlev,-latd contiinuo to kill
t year's nulblhor. Other vlaces are
a fair business. Sielllettative operations
tb(b ly been divlrtedl from provisions
thle l Dt oortuulties itl orded in 'totton,
aflway anud o:her s:etks. etc. The pre
low freghtrb to toreignl markets favor
falIlities for encourlllagenment of for
umption of low-priced American
tile foreign aInd d mesltti orders are
ively Ilmitt~. WOe linl t t thet view
temporary lull is not ilttrllttahle to a
lthat nrrent ,rieos are hiit; also that
iAy ibe cl X+t td.et to .l'ritlt nlmore freely
aA&denline or nu ,lt-vatl tt nlld that no
heek in the -,to-uitl itv demitand
ft froman ut wardt If til1 of 2i it 23 to ier
of prrlfvilns in all hfo v-, sterin mar
ide of Chiltgo titd ilti.itnal.lit s tri
tan a yeat ,ag o.n itnd in tIr h igeLt;-tto
ro.obatl- no! ..h litTorl., in sblei
alt8a in theo We si, utiuiig l harrethl
oempared wit n y)oar agu with tht.
-lre in far:ll ofl a sttalller than
-aOInt. The ,Q'tr.o of thile ug 1and
markets In Jit,uittrty ,und Febrlrlry., itant
e5i0Vtevient, s) ,f robab b dot'itnny
Iliater for stoll'~t'r imairk--ting. hiave
rely to(iwartd bottln,'l tin in
trt'or p-rolutlii ,If hogl tcr suim
fl i tttt it Is ow fithir tO iysutilUt
e_.r dteltl'ltn,.y the ,'t,)lse of the season
i, t itil t,1 , Is t h!u s-tmoed rssleon-ld
ran'et from th,, infornl.Lti ,n of,,rnd
-aritoCý i.ous of the country in
8T IN CoTrON.--Fr tl:i past vo
have h--n n, f .ihlr,,' of atiy Ir.tig
- tie Co" ,n Lx hltank.. The di. 1y
. hare 1it rit tlthi s).8 ,u t.'ln coio
narrow oinli!t. Mist if th- protit.
ave ,,'r ltel the market with
but, whu I the visible -uipply It.
.ed lthr.-e moinihs agi; awid "Iull"
!as titt t"td. Thi u Stl her housesl
$ixto . gra-, the o t r,,,tunlty, and
. Ot.tun0 atr- rtort-d to hatv, heen
F. tlhe tlll ,t t i New York
mnstl .. light -hort'" , the mar
Sbi tiihttil the tdvaltne ever
tOr I lilo t TW ,T tirttis lil-I to make
_ttlemt,-nt withi tir .rvdi-tors last
-.-nlaother -i ,rit ti,-i. As an in
' t eetn ' p,''Otit'itt htas protad
.,oUntry. it i, re at,. that a ,-rtton
v'ilnalt (.i. te outhr -t:, se. it
_ . two!-,, v: ar- o'd, 'o wit-ll he
of 5. a w-,.k, with a SJt suit of
-_ testion,.d tim:
Y Kll g't" It:" -nerC
t.l i)t . . t" ,pLi,- d the boei; "I
" i. of futurn- iti Nw York."
iWOud yont ti\v-, done if the mar
a .gaist ~Y, my boy?"
)acertlnatv " r ,tliel the boy.
iamounts m r mtoney have been
milr tark by e Orleans firms
in the 8. nth. It is reported that I.
several operators have netted $o00 00, apeen by
this seasao's speculations.-(New York World.
- --LI_.
tate 'will sue for lioense and capital tax.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
MONETARY.
OFFICE OF NEW OItLEANS DEMOCIIAT,
Monday IEvning. May 2,.1879. 1
NEW ORLEANS C1,IEARIN0-HOUSE.
Clourins. lnalanroo.
May 24 ....... . $9^5,424 ot $1230134 29
May 2 ...... . 1.012.224 2 137,394
Total thus far ........ 4.,lo ,748 6t $26o0. 429 r.
We quoto exc.ptional paper (irS7 * ceOnt At
do 7t- ; snRonud groi doo --(-; loans on col
laterals (.ls; Al mortgagIc vapor 8ta-; second
grado do -0 - 5 P'nut Or annum.
Mexican dollars are now quntod at [email protected]
anni trado dollars at 9c~95. laltves and quar
ters (American) are qlloted at 99 9. 54.
Tihe sales or forlgn x4xhalngo wore light
and rntos arm firt. BIank stornin rules at
---5'41s `4, and bill,of lading and cOlar bils at
48514((9486 `,.
Fronmh hills arn firm andlt qulnnt. Wo quoto
batnk fransl -; commmrrial 45.1i(4rB5.1RR'.
Bank lsight bills openlnl lilrm and cloned
stronIg at 4 9 cnt pIrol (unll for tanlk ooun.or
rain; commorlial is qulotedl 4 F coat reo
minm.
State Consols Ilrm .t 490249',V.
Promlilm Bonds closed firrll at 2; ,126 2'i.
Stocks are firm.
NEW ORLEANS RTOCK EXCMAN(gE BALES.
FIRST (ALL--10 A. M.
S16,noa Premium Bonls ....................... 20'
8taute 49.34149'4 L; Plromllum 264 @(!21' '..
SEGOND CALL-12 M.
p1.on Statn Consols ...................... 49
I1.((o I Stato Oonsole H. 15) ................. 49
5..,nw l'rmlium Bonds (H. to drawlng).... 20%
tLates 49tCo4491' ; Premiums 20,%42H9.
THIRD (ALL-(1 P. M.
r shares P'ooples' Hank ................ 47'.
$101. S tata (on( sol s.... ...................... . 49!
17."(,0 ) Pronemlllln Bonds............. ......... 2 .,
States 4:1.49'4 ; Premiunms 26l3a26;t1.
Thei sales outside the Exohanl. com lnD ise 400
Watorworks Company at 2'4 1 share.
[By Teolgraph.J
Naw YonK. May 26.-Monoy closed at a.R
'! cnlt. Excbhange closed mteady at [email protected]).,
(ovornnlts esod (1dull: curra.un y (64 12514
12'(1.. 'Palfl"e RaIIlalhod1 bonts closed as follows:
Union firsts I(2' 0il12';l . Innd grants 11:1 ra113i'4
sinking funds 114(114'9., C(ntrals 112'1i(1113.
The stock mtlarkotto-day was gOanrally strolng
and active,, ,ld still bigher t rilos were Illltdl.
quotatiolln In aseoral Ilnstanlce's being in ad
Vanl.to of any proviloully ullrrent this yel.r. The
slo.ulation in Lako Shore wias active ind
strong; thll (IraIlgr shlares w'or also promui
neot it d((lings. Coal 1stocks wor(' ative. llld
tlogl n( h 1sto'ks were buoyant and higher. The
invIstmefnt stocks wor qullolt and filrn.
Tho followlng were the closing bids:
H arl lem ........ ...... . ......................t11n
It-ok lsland .. . 1.........................3 1(
hbllago. Burllng,on and ( It Quinc ........... i
PI atinm .. .. ..................................148
Erie. 2'.........
E rie preforrod ............................... 62
Lak-e hloro ............................ . .75
W abash .................................. .... :s'.
Northwestern ...................... ... l'4
Northwestern pvrofrred ...................... 96,k
Mt. l'Pal ...... ........... .. ........... 11'
Ht. Paul prefnrreod ................ .. 91464
Pittshurg . .-...... . ... . . . t
IDelaware. LLlktT;Wn.t lll at ttl Wasterll .... 57.4
Now Jorsoy Contral ................... . nl',
Delaware and Hulldson Canal.............. 474
Morris and1 Es«sx. ....................... .
Michilgan Contral..... . ..... ... .... ls
Illinois (Jontral ........................ ... 4'
Union Pacillo- ......... ........ .. .. . 74
ClevelanId, Columbus, Cincinnati landt In
d i ap ll ......................... ........
Chicago and Alton ...........................
Chicago and Alton troforred ................111,
Cnlvoeland. Columbus aind Idianllta Central- i i
Mt. Joe ............................. ........ . . 22
St. Joe vrflrre.d ............ ........ .... 4:l'
Ohio and Mississipi.vl.................... In
W esitern U nion............................. .. 14
Atlanti land Paciletl ......... ........... 41
Pacllo IMaill.......... .......... .
Quicksllver ..... ............... .. ... . 1 ,
tQulhiksilver preferrod ....................... :17
Adams Express .. .. ....................... 1(
W ells A Fargo ......... ..... ..... ........... 9117
American..n........ ..................... 471
U nitedl tates ................... ............. 94
State bonds dulll but steady.
COMMERCIAL.
OFFICE OF NEW ORLEANS DEMOCIRAT,
Monday Evening. May 2;. 1879.
COTTON-Holders of the staplh were not
e much disposed to sell. and only 10i bales
i changed hands. The feeling In prices was
stronger under the influecn of more encourag
ing news from abroad.
The following is the official closing of the Cot
ton Exchange:
To-day, 8alurday.
Low Ordinary .......... 11a 11
Or inary- .................. 11 1lr
k Good Ordinary............ 12'n 12'.
e Low Middling ............. 11, 12'.
SM ildlltg ................. 12'4 12'L
e Good Middling ........... 1:1 'n 13'.
t. M iddling Fair............. 13t l:',
J Sales to-day 1.1. bales. Market dull and
. nominal.
LOOAL MOVEMENT.
This year. Last yeaW.
Receipots since noon Raur
day ............- - .......... 1,324 1.219
Receipts same ime last wv ck 1.189 1,771
RleceIts thus far this week. 1,;; 2.1155
Receipts thus far last week . 1.424 2.0o,
Receipts since September 1. 1,164 .a 1.3,54,971
Stock on hand ................. 0.547 85825
Exsorts to-day
To Great Britaln............ .... :30
To Frane.................. ....
To other continental ports - .. 9
To coastwise ports.......... ....
NET REORIPTS AT UNITEVD STATES PORTS.
For three day ............................. 0.,47
rSame timu last week ..................... .6792
3 Same time last year ............... ... 7.130
ReceIpts since -pitember ..................
I Receipts same time last year .................
STOCKS AT UNITED ST.AES PORBTS.
This day........................... 2;.:
Bamu time 1:st week ................... 291.375
Saame time last year ...................... 291.;74
The movements at ports from 12 m. Friday up
to 12 m. to-day is given below:
]leeived 1ame time Same time
since Friday. last week. last year.
Now Orleans...... 1 62 1.2 , 2,155
GaLveston....-..... 1,41) 1.32s 4.;3
Moble ...... ...... 146 796 6159
Savannah......... 1,027 .78 744
Charleston........ 7 )04 74
Wilmtnaton ...... 72 29 230
Norfolk -........ 1,(52 1.13 1,228
Baltimore ........ .... 1. ; . .
New York......... 225 4 9:22
I1 oston ............. 1,315 C71 (673
Philadel hlia...... 4 1427 .
Various ... .. ..... .... ....
Total .......... 6.747 0.742 7.130
.'GAll-ieceipts !.,9 hhds. Thedomand Is
light and trices are firm. We uuote:
Inferior........................... 4 @4'4e
Uom;on.... ......................... ... C... e
Go. .1 Comma.I............ [email protected] e
Fair ..................................... 5is.3-- c
Go-od Fair ............................'....re- e
Fully Fu;ir................................S [email protected] C
Prime .................................. ..5%@- C
Stri .tly Prime ............. ..............6 h @6.ek
bcod .. ........................... 5 @6.4C
Yellow OLrl .................... .... 7
Gray Clarl,,l.d ...................... 6%.73bc
Off White. .........................734.7' 7e
Choice W hites...... - c.......... 7
MO1LASS-I -I .it', .s i:. Is. Prices are un
changed andr Ill itu .airy ligh- . We quot.e:
i('n.lmu on ...... ........ Der gallon 26.2.c
Fair ........................ .. 29rlc
(oL.ntri fugal ............ ... ...... ... 2sec e
Prim ............... .. ...... ..... 2( -
:0ritiy tly rime ........................ 349.. -C t-
Ch.d .......... .................. 51-C
; dll~,inary ................ W11511--C 1
COFFEE--A Tiir mov.nmedt cuxstinites in the
lo.ai trne at steady gt ritls.
QUOTATIONS FOR GOID.
LCa+urg ,,s. Job Lots.
Prinm ...............14. 15 15' 1
Good ............... 14i5L (z 14 15 . 15
aior .. ....................]: 3 .: 14 (a l404
OFlinarF .................11 (9111 111 c ll i
Extrme range ................... ..... 9 17
TOBACCO)--The demn;lanl is limnited an tthe
51 -k 0Il si110 is 11hh!. amounitingl toCIly 75o
hogusheads. Q to
QUOTATIONS. l
Low lugs .................................. 2 t3
M dl um ......................... ........ 8 1 i 3
Good t, fine ............................. 3, 4
Low leaf. ............................... 4 ,z 1
Medium .................................. 5'2Q s '
Good................................. 7 7 7h
Fine ............ ........................ 7+5i4 s +.
I electlons .............................. 9 41 60 l
FLOUR-Tralitnt In flour to-dap was slow.
rloes were flrmer, and holders offered spar.
rpglly. In a small way a shade better prices
are being obtained. Hlale-t-oo bbls at l5 20: 100
at. 5 25 ; 24.0 at Sr a7i; 60 at s ; 75 at $6 25; 25
bbls at S 60 o.
We quote: Fancy extras $S 2r$6 seo:; choloe
extras Sslo 16; family $5 iolt5 90o:, treble
ex'ras ).o40575; douleo extras $U5 25;: sIngle
extras $4% 652t4 75: superlle $4114 25;
comlmon $2 7514:125 $ bid. Dealers In
their trade obtain an advance of 500 t bbl on
these prices.
Ith FLOUR--Sttady;$3 5 0.
HOMINY- $ 25012 35, wholesale; $2 [email protected] 0o
ijibitng ' bbl.
(ltiTH--klx landing $2 75(42 0o; jobbing at
$2 9)@'2 Sri.
OlthN MEAL-We note it further advanet In
mcil. The demand is good tftl priat s are
firm iat $2 [email protected] 6i for good to cholie Western
ox landing. Dealers otititic hlgher prices.
MuIes t1e lbblt at $2 12 .2 ; O14, aif and 10oK) R $2 (il0
25 at $2 :5 +t hbl.
I'OIIK--Tho supply andt the doletitdil are both
Inmited, but .pries rteniili quirt, firm and un
et atiged at $10o 500rl0 75 for gooid to strltly
Paltndardl mess. Dealers iquote mtess at t $1t1
11 2r V t tl in their Irado. Hales--as hits at $i 7rr,
DRItY ALT MEATH--citl. meats are in fair
sutiply and firm. We ilquote dry salttod shoul
derlrH tIri 3 It, for lotoseAl atl rT7ll0i:.t for ickellkd
mnats. Doalers ibtttin the usutil advalnti oni
thlse rates. ales--ro boxes shoulIlers oun rivatli
BIAGON-Is dull and unchanged. Thlere Is so
little doinig that oriies are largtely nomauial. We
hear of a few transactions inI a small jobbingl
way at 4144)44';1 for sIouldiers, Stjo for clear ri
sides, antdl s51, for clear sides. Males-5 elasks
Ilear sides at ie.' i lb.
HAMS-The market Is quiet and steady, and
thll local dlentandl is moderate. Thoeri is also a fil r
tiqtluiry for small averages In the foreign ttrad,.
We iquote eanvased hamRs stR.iSi4e for large anl
mitdlum averages, and Hk(U~.lt,4 for small avor'
Iage . tlu_--li tierces alt 9ti 0; 20 tleiu ;s rat
9'4(rIl: 150 tiliircis (small averages) to arrive
Oil fIrvattt terms.
IAID-The drimand Is limited, but prices re
maillrn iuet antti unchanged. WOe quote: Tierces.
014P07, for refined as in brand, and aC i nonli
nal for pDakers' steam. Dealers' rates are .4c
hlgher.
BRIEAKFAST BACON--Buptipl good, demand
light, and market dull and easy at t i *7le for
ordinary, and 7,%`@8i for choice; dealers obtain
the usual advance oil those prices.
PACKERH' HOG I'ltODUUTH--Dealers are
selling on orders in the job trade at $5 716 half
bbl for pig pork; - for rump pork; $s it
(a0l for prtme pork; - so for prime mess:
$9 75 tor family mnss: pigs' fIot $1 for kegs, 52
for llrkins and $4 2. for blis.
COR(N--Hntiply light and manrket firm. Hales
iri0 white at r66n, i0o mixed at 4580 anld o50 do at
4', 7 iiushel.
OATMH-tock fair and prices steady at 420
$4 htushitl.
l lllN-Stock fair and market weak at ont'
H4'.-Is In fair supply and prices are steady.
Ctttllhit $21t122, prime $1fi'dl8 f' tOI.
WHIHKY - Mark'll iqliet and easy. We
qulotte chtoice (Jlncliflatt at $1 OistIl 1., fair to
ilold W'sterun t St a1 tl its, Lousllllll $1 0601eit 07.
POTATOEM- Bupply light and market firm at
24:1 '21 9i bbl.
ONIONtB-Llglhtiulppl y and firm at $2 75 V
CABBAGEM-Firm at $i 7ri04 V box.
APP LES-Nonue hire..
IBUT'i'ER-The muat rot Is i tnmoleraten upply
tidtu prith's ealsy. Now York cr~atlmlor' file trl,
Nowj York dairy file 17t410,. Notw York dairy
gooid i14l1tit. Western fine 13a14c:. Western dairy
1:1t) 5,t ' t lb.
CHEESE-Steady. Now York oream (4 i,).e.
Wstern cream 4', 71o F Ib. Western RIeserve
fact.ory I5 [email protected]
t'i'A RCltII--In fair ditmand at 21 3 ca in lots.
l'OULTi'Y-OldI hbickt'ns So40ts: young 5$3 n
044; ducks $3, 5o J4; gUestO $4Is5; turkeys $1S
EGIUI-Western [email protected]; Loulslana [email protected] P'
dozen.
ItlCE-Firm. Prime 7t',i goold 0.~o', fair 4a.%,
ordinary C aeo'omm, otllint 1 ,ac. 2 0 i'oa No. 2 44o0 '1 lb.
COTTON TI 'IH--Th(e U, H. Irlon Coni,( pny tl
iis qtoti at .$2 V bilndl-tle-dis'tttit aiLItcording
to tllllltity ; thel Arrow tie at t) 10 noti
h blundlie, ! he Davis tim n. $2 10 V) hiundit.
with the usual rate of 21' V 'entl discouint for
eac'h.
BAGlIN(l-Domestle lute oIn lfor two pounds
and tlitn ' for two and a iltinrter lpoulndits iu
rotund lots; r, i it lintlg itl lt( ii(alto':. lilllaigtwine
is jblt ing Il t 1360I4,5l 1 It.
NAVAL LSTOIEH-'Tuurtentino scarce andl
firm at 2P,. ltosin-Del)mnindl fair lndatolllk gol;
1)E and F S1 4It, O $1 6. H $1 7t. I 1f 25. K
$2 75, M $3 25, N 3 75. 1')lth $'2. 'TIur $2 25411+3 sI.
(cOT'TON HEEl) OIL-- Itituined 4.(049l; crude
[email protected]: country c'rude ,:tlcei' V. galloun.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
By Atlantic and acintlle Telegraph Company.
Deomestle.
Nalw Yoax, May 26. 11 t. m.-Coffee easy; no
sales reported : cargoes--fair 13'W13L. TrOod 13 4
«l:3', ttrume1 4l914'4; tnllhe steadly;: Plls 4sn)1.
Sugar steady; saIlts soI hhds: refnlng, fair 'o
agood fair, 6 5-156tt44'5 ; prime 61. Rtfllned sugar
steady: fair lemnaunl: y'liow 6',a7 . extra C
t 7T5a4. standard A 53'5O. ofT A 71'i stanllard
'rushed LRn, powdered WH. granulated 8s,. si,
cut loal s'H .
s NEw YoK, May 217.--Flour and Southern
flour dull and unuchanuged. Whallt dull and
(ilt, lower; sapnt salt. of No. 1 white at $1 13.
mixed winter at $S 15 ', lldt No.2 red May at
-1 161A.4l 17. Corn dull : ~4j d.oe, lower; spot sales
at 4O'. for steanmr, 44%1 for Ni. 2, Linld 44r4ll`
for ui igradotd; setnlter May sold at 43,1 N.
June at 43':a. Oats firmer and moderately ae
IlyV; i35.dll for whlit Western and St 'o, 35tuar,
for mixed Western and State. Rye firm; 6o0'
Olio for Western, 64 for Stat, antd Canada.
Pork steady and lower; May $9 50(510 10. June
Il 90L(a'iii. Lard steady; May 6.27 (o46.Sio, Juno
6.3465.,t32l2. 11 ef and cut, moats quiet, but
s1teady. Whisky dull at $1 04.0lI 05.
Spot cotton-Middllngs M higher at 13i ; fu
tures weolk,
CHICAiOO. May 24 9::30 a. m.-Wheat olens at
$1 ol bid June, 98s4i |)1d .July. Corn-3ir,. June.
:36%..:Ia, July. Short ribt-4.57..ll t1o iJuly.
4.67 ~ta4,7.7 August. Plrk--$ s55 June. $9 r5 iJuly.
$9 75'a1, 77 % August. Laird--.,05(1.074i June.
6.121~a.115 ,Juily, 6.2ioi6).22' August. Dry salt
meats 3 .65(046..
Union Stock Yards. -Estimatod reeolpts of
hogs for the last forty-eight hours 2.3,000;
otfl'i'ed Saturday 16,462, fl1i,'lli4 shllpments S.t
urday (5011, light ihog $:t3 3iOi3 4i). heavy $3 3519
3,;0. heavy shite tig s$ 45(;1 60l. Cattle-Esti
matedl receipts o3500; lllrket, (ulljte
S3:3i) i. nl.--Cloing.- Wheat sI ool bid June.
IiiS([email protected] July. Corn 3"i2u J11e.iOt. :I07 ilt( July.
37 'o asked August. O()ts 25., JaIIne, 2i0 July.
227'1[27..7! Allugust Pork 59 (l624 ,ltd .Julie,
$9 · 75 biidJuly. Lard 6.07to0 June, 6.12!'t'6i.l151
July.
BT. Louis. May 2i.-Opninng.-Wheat-$1 12
June. $1 cl Jully, SI 02tS hid Auusitt. Corn
14', Juinll, 3a6) July. ,1('11 Ii August.
12:45 p. lm.--Whot hightitr; No. 2 red $1 12t4
May. $1 12 Jlne', $1 o5 July, $1i ', August. $1 13
easu; Noi. :1 rod $1 SI 2(, I 1., tash. Corn
st ronger; 31 ;134t'. Jilue. 30's Aiglis:.15 cash.
Oats easier; 3('. July, i0' esliu. Whisky
steady; $1St (3. York flrmea ; ijnhilng $100S10 05,
Cut nmeits unlchtangedt. tCaeon llrmer; (Iboar
ribs 5 15i45.20, leari 5 4.06t5.45. Lard nominal.
CINiNNATI, May 261.--Grain qlulet; Wheat
litedt $1 I0. anlber $1 ; for chfio'e. Corn- Mixed
ear 40boa41., sh-lled 41 for No. 2. stye-No. 2 57
in elevator. 5(6 on track. Provisi.lns steady
Bulk tats, ishouhiicrs 3 55. rib sides 4.0o. elear
sides 4.80. Lard--Current maklie 6.10. Mess
pork $1o. Hog qlltlt; (o.lm inoll $2 :2(a ': 10. fair
to good $3 20a13 50, choice $3 553 13 6 per cental.
Whisky $1 01.
Foreign.
LIVERxPOOL. May 26.--Wheat-Western spring
7s [email protected] 4d; Western winter 85 1l1ois9 41.
Flour-Western canal 8s 6d10ls. O -rn-New
mixed 44 3d. Oats Is Gd. Canadian petas Gs 21.
Pork-'Primo muss Western 47s. Lard-Prime
mess Western :23.s 6d. Bacon-Long clear 25 61d,
shiort clear 25I ild. Tallow-American34, 6..
12:3)o p. m.-Cotton stiadier: Middling Uplands
, 15-1i1t. O)rleans ' 15-16d. Sales 7000 hales, of
which f1llo are for ex po-rt and speculation.
1:30 p. m.-Co.totn-Middling UDplands 7d. Or
loans 7d. Sales 71000 bales, o1 which 1000 are for
export and Sie'ulation.
ocean Fretgkts.
Nrw Yor.K, May 2c.-Ocean freights are mod
eratelyau'iveandsteady. 'T Liver pool,hyst.am,
36,000) bushels of grain at 5tad; to Glasgow by
sail, 4s,1() bushl-s grain at 5',,1; 16,0400 bushels
do.. by steam, at 5t 1: to Hull, by steam, 24,000
kush-ls grain at cd; an Austrian bark to Pn
acrth roads for orders with 4160 qwtrters grain at
4a `:(; another to tHambullrg with 2100 quartors
grain at 4. 10,1d; anlother to Malpis with s3000
quarters g.alu at - 4'54,: svoral C(irman barks
t, t u Continent with relieId )etr,' um at 2s
9d.
HOTEL ARRIVALN.
CASSIDY'S HOTEL-Ben Gihcon. GO. plan
tation; I' APalmer Indlianatolis; Mri kbisonu.
L ,uisiana; Jas M Cithings, RS Livingston,
Mlssis:ppi; Sami Kerr.lity; Dan MICo. wife
and chil., Ship Islaun; E M ran. Mi.-istppi;
WV C Siieehy. Bowling Gre-n. Miss; L T Wilson,
Arkt:lnsas; : J;s COutwriucht. Tnnessee.
CITY HOTEL-F A Whiteltd. Cincinnati:
A N illo.: city: TO 0 Woodt, Bayou Sara: Miss HI
Ii Perkin'. Bayou iara; It S Wilkins. Washing
to,: W M Kirby, Pittsturg; John Knopf, St.
Loi': L Scrugrs. Holly Springs; W L
\ rigsh and wife, Port Eads: H Grayle. La; Geo
LI k. L': it 1t WooIds, 1.wa; L B Lains.
lrownsville: Mrs M 31 Ca is, Io-ria; C P Cads,
Ib ria; J B Marebh, St. Mary; H B Smith. Iberia:
J J Levois, Mrs Robinson. Mrs Snowders. Gal
1-!ton; M haMufman, St, Louis.
AUCTION SALES.
By Monattomr &A Co.
FITRNITURE SALES
At 87 Camp street.
"THE OLD AUCTION MART."
EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SAT
URDAY. at 11 a. m,
-I1URNITURE STORED FOR THE SUMMER
Sin dry chambers and insured at, moderate
rates. MONTGOMERY & CO..
m 1 25 t 'Auctioneers.
MONTGOMERY & CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
- SBELL -
HORSES. MULES. BUGGIES, HARNESSB Etc.,
Every Wednesday and Saturday,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
- AT -
MONTGOMERY'S TATTERBSALLS.
deal 6m No. 70 Baronne street.
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
SUCCESSION NOTICgE.
In the Matter of Louls Cassonu, Absentee.
N O T I C E--PERONH HAVING CLAIMS
against the said absentee are notified to
present the same within ton days from the first
ulblteatlon hereof to the undersigned. Those
Indohted to him are requested to settle within
tr a same delay. C. E. SCHMIDT,
Attorney of the Curator. s2 Customhouse street.
my27 j02 5
Succensson of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Manderson.
UtECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
- Ish of Orleans. N?. 4o.912-To all whom it
may concern: Take notice, that Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Sanderson. whose place of birth is not
known, departed thi life,. the former on the
twelfth and the latter on the thirteenth of Au
gust. 1878. In the city of New Orleans and their
successions have been opened In tbe Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans. All
trarties having claims againt or any interest in
the said succession are notitlfed to apply to the
undersigned. DANIEL A. WILION.
Public, Administrator.
m y22 27 jnl No. 23 Carondelet street.
Succensson of Richard D. Mitchell.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
-3 of Orlealns. No. 40. :9-Notice Is hereby given
to the creditors of this estate and to all other
persons herein Interested to show cause within
tol days from the presnt notification, if any
thiey htove or can, why the account presented by
Mary V. Mitchell. t-estsmentary executrix of
this estate, should not be aptroved and hoImolo
gated. and the funds distributed in accordance
therewith.
By ordor of the court.
my22 27 j,1 JOHN HERBERT. Clork.
Successlon of Archibald McKinley.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
L Ish of Orleans. No. 4o.05(,-Notice is hereby
given to the crediltors of this estate and to all
other persons herein interested to show cause
within ten days from the present nottilfation.
If any they have or can, why the account pro
setlted by Mrs. S. E. J. McKInley. natural
tiiutrix, as lsuch dministerlug this estate
should not he approved and homologated, any
the funds distributed in accordance therewith.
By order of the court.
mylr 23 27* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Thlirteenth Annual Stiatemient
- Or Ttr -
FACTORS AND TRADERS'
INSURANCE COMPANY.
37............ Carondelet street ............37
NEW ORLEANS. May 2:1. 1879.
The Trustees. In conformity with the charter
of the Company, publish the following state
ment of its affairs for, the fiscal year. ending
April 3o. 1879. to witr:
I'remnlums for the year on
Fire risks.......... $277.346 38
River risks......... 151,67:1 69
Marine risks....... 343.31 77
- -- $16:,351 84
Less
Unterminated pre
tunium .......... $76,819 t0
Returned pre
miums ........... .01)2 133
- 83:.21 33
Net earned premiums .............$1379,53tl 51
Losses paid on
Firo risks.......... $69.449 17
River risks ........ 8o,138 15
Marino risks....... 7,4:18 02
----- $157,023 :1
Reinsurances ................. 21.784 12
Rebates -............. ........ 15,.o8 76
State and city taxes.......... 20,159 52
Now Orleans Board of Un
deorwritors .......... ...... .710 61
Gross general expenses .... 42,028 04
--- 265.791 42
Balance ..................... ...... 113.739 09
Ad1, interest and discount and savings
reci(ved l .............................6 3.253 87
Not profits.............. ............$170.992 2J
Dlduct first semi-annual interest s vper
cent paid. and second of 5 per cent.
now due .............. ...........(..... 0,(· O 00
$76.992 (;
Reiisorved......................... . .. 22.574 14
Valance to be divldoed on nt pDre
ml iums................................ $54,418 82
'Thle company have the following a.ssets, to
vit:
Cash on hand........ .-...... ..........$163,471 5o4
Accounts in course of collection .... 1.552 20(
hills receivable on pledge. ........... 3(8,164 22
Bills receivable for premiums ....... 11.511 94
Bank and other stocks ................ 20:1.301 16
City. State and other bonds other
than United Statoe Ibnds ........ 206,x31 79
United States 6 per cent currency
bonds, lt January, 1H828 ..... .... 12.625 o0
United States 4 por cent bonls...... 0l1u.1) oo
Real estate-............................ 20,285 7
Total ....... ........... ..........t$1,207,743 48
The foregoing ic a true and correct transcript
from the books of the company.
ED. A. PALFREY. President.
T.uos F. WALK:n, Scretary.
STATE OF LoUISIANA.
Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. J
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this
twenty-fourth day of May, e189.
EDW. IVY, Notary Public.
At a special meeting of the Board of Trus
tees, held on the twenty-third instant, It was re
solved t1, pay on demand a second semi-annual
interest of 5 per cent to the thirtieth of April,
1879. making 10 per cent per annum on the cap
ital stock of the company, and a cash dividend
of 2o per cent to stockholders on the amount
($272.094 13) of their net participating pre
miums for the year ending the thirtieth of
April. 1879.
ED. A. PALFREY, President.
JNO. OHAFFE, Vice President.
TaoMAs F. WALKER, Secretary.
TRUSTEES.
John I. Noble, B. F. E-hleman,
John Chaff-. Win. C. Black,
Richard Milliken. Charles Chaffe,
J. I. Waren. L. C. Jurey,
t-am'l Friedllander, Wra. Hartvwell,
A. A. Yates, C. J. Le+eds,
R. M. Walmsley. A. T. Janin,
A. H. Mar. Jos. Bowling,
T. Lytt. Lyon, A. M. Bickham,
iramuel H. Boyd. H.nry Abraham,
Joseph McElroy,. Louis Bush.
Winm, J. Behan. A. Brittin,
G. W. Senteil,
my25 1W
AUCTION SALES.
By C. E. Girardey.
TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING, No. 22
Pooeyfarre. between Annunciation and Con
stance streets. t
BY CONSENT OF PARTIES-BALE POSITIVE. ]
)Y 0. E. GIRARDEY. Auctioneer-Ofile No.
a I1 Camp stre'.t-SATURIDAY May 31, 1879. at I
12 o'clock m.. at St. Charles Auction Exchange.
will positively be sold at public auction, by con
sernt of ,art les
'IIE 'WO() TORY BRICK DWELLING. deR
ignated by the No, 22 Poeyfarre street. In the
squalre bounded by Poe'yfaitre. Calliope. Annuun
elation and (Jonstanne streets. The lot mnea
ires 25 feet 9 Inches 2 lines front on Poeyfarre
street by 1:2 fnet s inche in depth. between var
alel lines. Together with the buildings and Im
provements thereon. consisting of the two-story I
brick dwelling known by the No. 22 Poeyfarro t
street. It is built eutlrely from the street and
is Inclosed ,y an Iron fence. f
Terms and Conditions-One-half or more
('ash at the purchsser's option. and the balance
at one or one and two years' secured by mort
gage and vendor's lien. bearing all the usual
clauses of 8 per oent per annum interest. r, per
centattorney's fees policy of Insurance trans
ferred and the purchas.r to atumlle the taxes
due and exglible in 1879 over and above the
price of adjudication.
Act of sale before A. J. Armstrong., Esq..
notary public. at the expense of the purchsaer.
my2. td
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION MALES.
By C. E. Girardey.
ELEGANT PARlOR. BED AND HOUSEHOLDI
FURNITURE. PERIHONAL EFFECTS, ETC.
TO EFFECT A PARTITION.
IN THE MATTER OF J. G. BIENVENUE VS.
HENRY C. BOUICHER ET ALB. t
Third District Court for the I'arish of Orleans-
No. 25.57t.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY. Anotloneer-Offie,
No. 81 Camp strott-FRIDAY, May ,0, 1879.
at 11 o'clock a. m. will b, sold at public auction.
on the premises No. 140 Royal street,, between
Toulonse and St. Pl'ter streets, by virtue and in l
pursuance of two several orders from the Hon. I
F. A. Monroe. judge of the Third District Court
for the varish of Orleans, dated the second of
April, 1579, and rentdered in the above entitled
matter, to effect a yartitten-
A GENERAL AHSORTMENT OF PARLOR,
BEl) AND DININGRIOOM FURNITURE, etc.
Terms-Cash before deliverry. my2t td
THE TWO-HTORY FRAME DWELLING
FORMING THE NORTIIEAHT CORNER OF
JOSEPIINE AND I'I'YTANIA STREETS.
SUCCESHION OF ANTON HCHMUKEIR.
Second District Cout t for t he Parish of Orleans
No. :1.4..0,
BY 0 E. GIRARDEY, Auntioneer-Offlon No,
31 Camp street-SA'TUltLtAY, Junoe 2, 1. 79.
at 12 o'cloc'k m.. at the St. Charles Auction Ex
change, in the rotunda of the St. Charles iolel,
in this city, will be stld at public auction by
virtue and trsruant to an order from the lonl.
A. L. TisHot. Judg. of tihe Second District Court
for the parishi oL Orleans dated the twe'lfth of
May, 1879. and rendered in the above entitled
sutccesslon, the folowiug described property, to
W!HE UNDIVIDED THREE-SIXTEENTIIN
part and interest in, and to a certain lot situat"ed
in the Faubourg Lsfayetttee In the Fourth Dis
trict of this city, in t ie squtare bounded by Pryta
SIla. Josephine Colls"Him and Mt. Andrew streets.
designated as lot No. 1, of square No. 39. on the
original plan of said Faubourg. drawn by Benj.
Builsson. snrveyor, dated the twentieth day of
January. 1515. deposited in the offle of Jos.
Lisbonl. late notary, A lithographic copy of
which plan is annexed to an act of sale fr~om
the heirs of John Longore to Patrick Cum
mings, passed before L. 1i. Kenny. let, notary.
According to which said plan said lot forms the
nertheast corner of l'rytania and Josephine
streets, and measures a2 feet andi 7 inches front
on Prytanla street by 120 feet in depth, between
parallel linas.American measurement; together
with all the buildings and improvements there
on, comprising a twO-story frame dwelling.
designated by the No. 212 I'rytania streut.
Terms and Conditions--Oah. and the pur
chaser to assume the taxes due and exigible In
1879, over the price of adjudlication.
Act of sale at the exptnse of the purchaser,
before G. L-Gardeur. notary public.
my17 24 31 tj7 14 21
vAr nAT TTAI., Vnr.TTTnrn r n I nK nArMT), Ar I
VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON RAMPART
between Gravler and Perdido streets.
IN THE MATTER OF EMMA MILLER, WIFE
of Jefferson Huggaht. vs. Octavia Miller
et als.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 28 554.
BY O. E. MIRARDEY, Auctioneer-Office No.
31 Camp street-SATURDAY. June . 1879,.
at 12 o'clock mi.. at the St. Charles Auction Ex
change. in the rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel,
will be sold at public auction, by virtue and in
pursuance of a decree rendered by the Honor
ablo the Second District Court for the parish of
Orleans. on the seventeenth January. 18;7, and
an order supplementary thereto. dated the
eighth March. 189., and rendered in the
above entitled matter by the Hon. A. L. Tlssot
judge of the same court, the following described
property-
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in
the First District of this city. In the square
hbounded by Rampart, Dryades, Gravier and
Perdido streets, measuring 41 feet 10 inches
and 5 lines front on Rampart stri t by a depth
of 95 feet 11 inches, between parallel lines.
The location is ce ntral. within two squares of
the Poydras Market, and adapted for store and
dwelling purposes.
Terms-One-third cash; balance at one and
two years' credit, for notes specially secured by
mortgage and vendor's lien. bearing all the
usual rlaules of 8 per cent per annum interest
from the day of sale until final payment; 5 per
rent attorney's fees and the jurebaser to as
sumb the taxes due and exigible in 1879, over
the price of adjudicatlon.
Act of sale before A J. Lewis, Euq., notary
Dublie. at the expense of the purchaser.
my17 24 31 j,7
VALUABLE FIRST DISTIICT PROPERTY.
on Chippewa. between Richard and Market
streets.
SUCCESS:ON OF JOHN DEVINE.
Second District Court for thr, Parish of Orleans
No. 41,179.
BY C. E. GIRARDEY. Auctioneer-Office
No. 31 ('amp street- On HATURDAY. June
21. 1879. at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Alotion
Exchange, in the rotunda of the St. Charles
Hotel, in hlis city. will be sold at public auction,
by virtue and in pursuance of an order from
the Honorable A. L. Tissot, judge of the Second
District Court for the parish ot Orleans, dated
the twelf, h day of May, 1879. and rendered
in the above enltitled sucoession, the following
described property, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GIROUND. situated in
the First District of this city, in the square
bounded by Chippewa (formIrly I'aanier). An
nunciation, Richard and Market streets, measu
ring :i1 feet 11 inches and 5 lines front on
Chippewa street by a depth of 127 feet 10 inches
and 5 lines, between parallel lines, on a certain
plan draw by C. A. Hedin, architect, dated the
twentieth day of May. 1850. and deposited for
reference in the office of T. O. Stark. formerly a
notary public in this city, as plan No. 34. Being
the s me property which was acquired by the
said John Devine, deceased, by purchase from
Miss Sophia Curneeu, by act passed before said
T. O. Stark, late notary. dated the twenty-ninth
of October, 1850i together with all the buildings
and improvements thereon.
Terms and Conditions-Cash, and the pur
chaser to assume the taxes due and exigible in
1879 over the price of adjudication.
Act of sale at the expense of the purchaser,
before W. J. Castell. Esq , notary public.
myl7 24 31 j, 714 21
JOSEPH LARROQUE VS. NEW ORLEANS
SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
RECEIVEI'S SALE OF A
CHOICE DWELLING, No. 122 PRYTANIA. BE
tween Euterpe and Polymnia streets, near
the residences of Messrs. Black, Howard
and McGinnis.
United States Circuit C,,urt. District of Louis
lana--+o. 87p7,
BY C. E. GIRARDEY, Auctioneer-Office No. 31
Camp street-On SATURlDAY. May A.,
1879. at 12 o'cle k m., at the St. Charles Auction
Exchange, will be sold at public auction, by
virtue and in pursuance of a decree rendered
by the Hon. E.. Billings, judge of the United
States Circuit Court for the District of Louis
iana. dated the fourteenth of May. 1879. and
rendered in the above entitled matter, the fol
lowin described property, to wit
A C.EIRTAIN LOT OF QBOUID, situated In
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION MALES.
By C. E. GOrardey.
the First District of this city, in the squaro
hounded by Prytania. ColiReum, Eut'rpe and
l'olymnia streets, measuring 2 teot I5 incihe
front on Prytania street by 117 foot 9 inches it.
lines in depth, between parallel lines. The said
lot is designated by the No. t2 on a plan by
Moelhausen, deposited in the oftice of T (tl yol.
notary publi ", as plan No. 113; and also as lot
No. 25 on hlan No. 75, iIn the sOame olil.. To
gether with all the buildings and improve.
meets thereon, comprising the htl, disome two
story frame dwelling, deslantated by the No. 122
I'Pryttaula street.
Terms and Cionditions--One half or more
cash, at the option of the totrc'hlla.r. and the
remainder in divldend checks of the NOw Or
loans Ravings Institution at par. the purelhaser
to essumlle the tax.s dueO and exiglb!o' I1n i,
over and above the pric' of adjudication, and
further pay in cash the auoctloneer's charges
for the sale of the property.
Aet of sale at the expense of the purchaser.
before A. Hero,. Esi., notary ptblit.
my25 30 3|
A HI'LENDIIt MANNION
IN ONE OF TIlE PILETTIENT NEIIIBOR
HOOD00 OF TilE "ECGONID DIT'IIiCT
Northwest Corner of Itampart and Ursulines
St retls.
SUCCEISIONOFDit. AU iUST'rE DIUPAQUEIR.
HSecond Distrlet Cou rt fr the Parish of Orleans
No. 41,11i.
1;Y C. E. GIRARDEY, Auetloneer-Office
i No. .1 Camp street-HATUltDAV. June 25,
1it79, at 12 o'clock m.. at the Mt. Oharles Auction
Exchange. will be sold att public auction in the
rotunda of the St. Charles Hlotel in this city.
pursuant to a judgment renderetd by the Hen.
A. L. Tlssot. judge of thn iSecond District Court
for the parish of Orleans, on the sixteenth of
May, and signed on the twenty-first of May.
1879. In the above entitled matter, the following
described property. to wit
A CERItAIN PORTION OF GROUND, alt.
uated in the Second District of this city, and in
the square boundid by Rnnmpart. Ursullnes. St.
Claude and Bayou Road streets, measuring :i3
feet front on Rampart stre+t by 120 foot in depth
between parallel lines and front on Ursulines
street, all French measurement.
The property forms the northwest corner of
Rampart and Ursullnes streets. and is im
proved with asplendid three-story brick man
sion of modern arranarment, altffrdlng supte
rior comfort and convniotne.s, and admirably
a'lapted for aristocratic and orifesslonal resi
dence. The main and outbuildings are not
entiroly completed ; an outlay of $:10n1t will se
oure the nomplrtlon, areording to plan and
speciflcations of J. A. ,'lHlmneou rt. E;q , super
vising architect, to he seen at the aucttoneor's
office. which will renllder th. property one of
the richest and most complete homersteads In
the city. Hale positive.
Terms and Coniditlons--Cash, and the pur
chaser to assume, hi tlilitlon to the trinceof
adjudication the tlaes rl uet titl exIgibl. in 1579.
Act of salei at the expe'nse of the iurchaser.
before Jos. (Juveller. Rq., notary public.
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IMPORTANT HALE OF STOCKS, BONDH AND
CITY APPROPRIATION CERTIFICATES.
IN TIIE MATTER OF THE SOUTHERN
Bank-In Liquidation.
Fourth District Con rt for the, Parish of Orleans
No. 45.41t.
I Y C. E. CIRARDEY. Aurtitoneer-Oflcee No.
31 Camp street- HATUIItAY. Jrune 7. 1579.
at 12 o'clock m., at the Ht. Charles Auctoln Ex
chantge, In the rotunda of the Hr. Charltes Hotel,
In this city, will be sold at public auction, by
vlrtue of an order from the Hon. W. T. Hous
ton. Judge of thet Fourtl l)District Court for the
V arlsh of Orleans, dlated the twenty-third of
May, 179. and rentered in the above entitled
matter. the following sencuritis, to wit-
1, Sixty-two shares of the cel'ital stock In the
Nnw Or cans Onslight Company.
2. Twenty shares of the Melrchants' Mutual
Insurance Company. of Now Orleans.
:3. Two shares of New Orleans Insurance
Company.
4. Ten shares of the Boatmen's and Savingi;
Bank.
5. Five shares of the St. Charles Hotel Com
pany.
(. Two $1000 Consolidated Bonds of the city of
New Orleans, with coupons from July, 147).
7. A lot of city certlfl.attes of antroprlation
(Ordinance No. 17(11, Administration Series) for
various sums. and amounting to about $1290 85.
Terms-Oash before transfer.
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IMPROVED FIRST DISTRICT PROPERTY.
UCCEBSSION OF HUGH GILLEN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 40,723.
-7 Y C. E. GIRARDEY. Auctioneer-Office No.
- 31 COamp street-On SATURDAY. June 7,
1879. at 12 o'clock m.. at the St. Charlo Auction
Exchange, in the rotunda of the Ht. Charles
lotel,. in this city, will be sold at public
auction, by virtue and in pursuance of an order
from the Hon. A. L. Tissor. judge of the Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans. dated
May 3, 1879. and rendered in the above entitled
succession, the following described property,
to wit
ONE CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated
in the First District of this city, in the square
bounded by Tchoupitoules, St. Thomas, St
Theresa and Thala (late Bonjamin) streets,and.
designated a, lot No. , on a t.ln drawn by L H
Pills, dated fifteenth of January, 1844, deposited
in the offile of Octave de Armtas. notary in this
city. alid lot measures, in American measure
ment, 27 feet and 5 inches front on Thalia .
street. 27 feet 9 inches and 2 lines front on St.
Theresa street, 125 feet and 5 inches in depth on
t'e side towards Tehoapitoulas street, and 120
feet 7 Inches and 7 lines on the side line to
wards St. Thomas street. Together with all the
buildings and improvements thereon.
Terms and Conditions-One -third cash. the
balance at one and two years' credit for notes
specially secured by mortgantr and vendor's
liin, bearing all the Vsual clauses of 8 per cent
per annum interest from date of sale until final
payment; 5 per cent attorney's fees in event of
suit to enforce their collection, the improve
ments to be kept Insured and solicy transferred
to the holder of the notes, and the purchaser to
assume the taxes due and exigible in lt79, over
the price of adjudication.
Act of ale at the expenseof the purchaser,be
fore W. J. Castell. notary public.
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THE TIIREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING NO.
154 Julia, between St. Charles and Camp
streets,
SUCCESSION OF THE LATE HUGH M.
CROOKES.
Second DistrletCourt for the rarish of Orleans
No. 38.825.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY. Auetione.r-Offire No.
31 Camp street--A'IURIDAY. May 31, 1879,
at 12 o'clock, m.. at the cSt. Charles Auction Ex
change, in the rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel,
in this city. will be sold at publlic auction, by
virtue and in pursuance of an order °from the
Hon. A. L. Tissot. Judge of the Second District
Court of the parish of Orleans. dated the twen
ty-fourth of April, 1879, and rendered in the
above entitled succession, the flAlowing de
scribed propeorty, to wit-
A CERTAIN LOT OF GIlOUND. Ptuated inthe
First District of this city, in the sJuare bounded
by Julia, St. Charles, St. Joseph and Camp
streets, and desBhinated by the No. 5 on a plan
deposited in the office of Win. Christy, late a
notary in this city. on the tenth of May. 1833,
The said lot measures 2f; fee' 3 inehes, more or
less, front on Julia street by 105 feet, more or
less. in depth between equal and paralled lines,
bounded in the rear by an alley 11 feet 7 inches
wide, openilrg into each of Camp and St.Charles
street.s which alley as well as 6 feet square of
the sou'hwest corner of said lot are subject
to the serv:tu'les detailed and set forth in the
act of sale by which Sam. Livermore acquired
a Id property from the New Orleans Building
Company. Together with all the buildings and
improvements thereon, compriaingthe three
story and attic brick dwelling designated by the
No. 154 Julia street.
Terms and Conditions-One-third cash, and
the balance at one. two, three and tour years'
credit for notes specially secured by mortgage
and vendor's lien, bearing all the usual clauses
of 8 per cent per annum interest from the day
of sale until final payment; 5 per cent attor
ney's fees in event of suit to nforce collection,
and the purchaser to keep the improvements
insured and the policy transferred to the
holders of the notes, and further to assume the
taxes due and exigible in 18.9, over the price
ot adjudication.
Act of sale at the expense of the purchaser,
before W. J. Castell. Esq.. notary public.
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F'RIITZ JAHNCHE,
208 Delord Street,
Box 143 Mechanics and Dealers' Exc:hange,
MANUFACTURER OF SCHILLINGEr" PAT
iL ent Pavement adl Arttifiial rue ne; d al,-r
In German Flag, Nr ruh River Flag, Curb ti{r nes
and Portland Cement. mys Im

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