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DAILYT IVIBW. Money was more in demand. lorolin exchange and New York sight were aaster. State Console and Premium Bonds showed a sllght advance. Stoolk exhibited little animation, but con. tinned pretty well maintained. Cotton closed steady bore for spots, but easy for futures. New York spots and futures were s teady. Liverpool spots and futures were ~attet. Harr was dull. Sugar was in request and firm. Rieoo was quiet and steady. .Breadstuffs were steady. .lrovisione continue quiet and easy. Grooeries. fruit and country products were du11. WPOReTS AWD EXPORTS UP TO S r. U. TODAIIT. SDOMaTIC IMPOBRTJEJBIVfR . LAKE AND n, aks.... Lard, toe...... 84 n bxs ....... 244 . e. bbl.... 40 ,ran,.ks...... solssesbbl. b. 20 I J1 . sk5. 150 0oys :::* 41 ter, p e eal. bbb. 90 S S50 I b ......... 90 a. 3e6 $. 1 ets. bls* t t .. st eas, eal...... 87 ri. es.. ob a bbs... 7 ,a es....... ioe ........ 7 . bbl e . .. FOBEIGN EXPOBTS. yron vaneoor. .ton. bales..... 4,100 orn meal, sks.. soo 'OU oakeski..... 5.509 roa BO1UN. C.orn. bulk. bushels...................... 37,015 FOR DURlIRK. 'Corn, bulk, ba... 5s,95e Oorn.sksa(toebu) 1,0eo DOMETIO EXPORTB. FOS yOuIPDA POTs. r.o k ........ ,460 our.o eke........ 760o ourbl. l 179b ams, to. ....... e ......... 40 iSNAN4WIAL AND COMEMaCIAL NEWS. 01PFEE AT RIO DE JANEIRO. Messrs. Small .& Co. received the following 'telegram to-day from Rio de Janeiro via New York: Purohases of coffee since the tenth, o,o0oo ategs stock. le.ooo bag.: average daily re 4elpts, 8(00 bags: price. 8oo00: exchange. ti3d. THE IMPROVEMENT IN SUGAR. The sales to.day and yesterday amounted to fully 1oo0 bhds. meetly from warehouse and at full prices. We also heard of a sale of 10o hhds on plantation. There were no receipts to-day and. if anything, -dth market closed firmer. Mosetof the recent sates have been for export. It is estimated that there is barely 1.00oo hhds remaining on plan tations. Altogether the position of sugar Is eonsidered very strong at all markets, and is attributed to the impression that there will be mn increased consumption in this country con sequnat on our renewed prosperity. and that the orops abroad will be short. OBS8TAOLE IN THE WAY OF GRAIN SHIP. MENTS FIROM THE WEST TO NEW OR. o The tollowing Is an extract from a letter re -eearied by one of our most prominent grain merchants, from Grinell, Iowa. March o: We wish to inform you of some of the facts e naeted with the proposed shipment that may explain the delay in starting. We first ex send some corn from Davenort and e. but the river men would not any barges before April 1. Tais in ue us to try and start neof our as oines. Well, last Mo we nd a ei S out oobusels, and the railroad iced S sand did ot want to take the stu o UL for the New Orleans markets. e ed he corn and put it in our houses and avi the matter atnded to by our Fte S .mso We will ship to ew i it t tes us summer to get started. ouan scarcely have any idea how hard It is business your way. One firm from Nw York have over s.0oo0 oo bushels corn now erib sad buying all ther can at thirty-one t points in Iowa. Besides, there e other firms (notso heavy) fromNewYork. Pllimo: Philadelphlia, Ohiago also buying. i done to keep the river front diverting any o trae. These arties are backed by muh meI aVsaderbtlt and ay Gould. will arrive at New Orleans in about two es. in ompany with Hon. J. B. Grinell. late of ogr, who is one of us also in tl eal Our object I in coming to see you is f : That we may have a more perfect a d an acauaintane with your eof doing business and a general ex of views with a reference to this deal steady continuance of this businessf as and you, we can control millions of corn from our 8tate. ORAIN SHIPMENTB FROM NEW ORLEANS. In our issue of the seventh of March. we re lerred to the growing trade in the grain ex. orts hence to Europe. We remarkedtlhatadd tiosal floating elevators were absolutely neo esary to prevent delay in the diecharging of barges and loading of ocean steamers. We now call particular attention to the im portance of having another stationary elevator, of large capacity. and construe ed upon the latest improved principles. The present ex. isting elevator is defective in many important respects, and will hardly hold 150,000 to 200.000 bushels of grain. While our shipments were limited to 40o.0oo or 00o.o00 bushels per month, the old elevator was of adequate capacity; but now that this month of March inaugurates a new departure in the clearance of probably over Two MILLION lUSBILS. it is evident that a more spacious building is required, especially as it is not reasonable to suppose that our exports of grain will hence forth be limited to two million bushels per month. The different barge corporations, as well as grain receivers and exporters, are all equally interested in the construction of an efficient stationary elevator capable of storing 1,o0oooo bashels. Those lately put up in New York harbor are said to be perfect of their kind, and will deliver at one time to several large vessels. while also recelving from a number of barage. Without such an elevator, our shippers will be satleot to heavy outlay for demurrage of ves aels, when accidents or delays may occur to the barges on their way down, and the tows may be often detained here in the absence of arrival of the steamers destined to load the grain brought down in the barges. All parties interested should look to this mat tr at once, as it is of the utmost importance that the building be erected in time for the ap proaching emergency. To do a large business in grain we naturally require the necessary means for handling the same to advantage, and hiecbh at the present moment are totally inade -wate for the increasing shipments. OUR NATIONAL PROSPEBITY. [N. Y. Shipping ListJ There are indications that the masses are about to reap a larger share of the resulting bnefits of a revival of industry and commeroe. since the wages of skilled labor are being in. -reased in various parts of the country, and in not a few instances voluntarily. This ill tend ,to help those who have laid in heavy stocks at hihcostout of what might have proved an tsalward dilemma.for things had apparently emshed a pass where either an increase in the qwrehasins power of the massese or a reaction npries, which had been forced up through reessive speeulatlon. had become absolutely easeasl". The export trade shows slans of ini eat with the advance of the season and of the o\st of transportation of g-odhceT- Wet. Meanwhile. the'mports t ranto lari sely noon the-exports. thee eutom-haoue returns of the fo A]epf a fo February show an in. uwrse f g49 t the importsu ad as *o s ount cann efll~t' ove rc e as soon as s oubtedly wh lhe wn ation is resumed. Some e Duba .ed reports. In connection. are tabe be me ndrstood. The nrease in the ort chefly re resented by raw material whlch re neeied by our manufactorl , and whlch at way add to the wealth othe country. e uncrease is mainly the result of a healthy wt f our landustries and commer e. and will probably continu fo some time. For the last calendar year the freign trade of the whole country show balance in our favor of S2ooo.ooo,oand though the tide has been setting the other way during the last two or three months there i litle probabllity of a serious reversa durin the ourrent year. There never was so large a supply f wealth added to the eerve of any country in so brief a paOce as as been accumulated here withln the last year. Nature. to be sure, has been a generous ontribtor to the oular elfre. but she has found abie and fiuthftl allies in the enter r I gmen, who have un erstoodhow to mae her benefactions available in securing h t possible resuit. There seems to have been., n truth, a general dcmbination of favor In circumstances to ilve completeness and fish to the work of recuperation, and to ob lterate nearly eery trace of rme adversty. ThenWe see that not Qoly have the fruits of agriculture oured a golde sower of tresure nto the publi ofer and a the establsh ments which ainf indusrI re outed ben uickene into renewed activit but the aooessloa ofl mineral riohem l y surpass those of any former epoh. er suoh flattering auspices there I noin to fear om an in ofimports ma larel produots wih our ustries ee an out of lo ro are to be made. ery n this country, and bad crops an dull liin ,urope. moreover, have iven a Ire nous ivetus to immigrati, which whe properly distributed, cannot fal to favorably affect our ndustries. The ret highways of sucesul adventure are ll oven to opeti tion. T re is room enough upon them r all bomers. There Is ocupation for every willing hand, the prmis of amplee yewsd to every wel directed projeot of enterprse. oey remasps pleptiful at s5e per cent on unou edclaeral. FINANCIAL. [ Our quotaions of forignand domeetic mar. kets are from the c sing tekegrams. NEW ORIJEANBS CLEAING-HOUBSE Thus far Clearances. Balances. s wee ............. $9,81.111 0 '1741,940 85 t wee .......... .948.74 89 1.108.128 21 Sweelast year.. 7,80,010 88 1.067,528 82 Tur. Molrn MAaxur-Exhlblts a fair degree o animation, Of.eDtlonea commercial paper is quoted Qo 9oel)mt; £1 dQ-0: collateral loans e67: loans on all at the banks l0 I9 cent P annum. and on the street --4; Al mortgage ae; second grade NIw Yon-Moneyrrate 3 It cent. S-ank of aland rat cent; on goia 97 15-16. Panis-ejntee 82..7.4. nL.van-Mexloan dollars rule at as. trade dollars 94ts96 American halfs and quarters par. Bullion in London s5 s-led: here, fine $1 14 4-1o ounce. AMra oAx GoLo--Oslfornla v0 9 ocent die. unt; liht weight 97@par; mutilated s 9 oent uss-oxw Cons - In currency: Five-franc pieces eo00-o, wenty-franc pleoMs g 75@-. sovreigns t4 7564 85. ten thaler pieces $7 60 -, Slpansh oubIoons $15 as-, Patriot doub ns $1i5 8e-, Mexican doubloons $s1 3as-. Mexican twenty voee pieces $19 3a513 4l, South Ameriean cold 900 p Decos. German twenty marks s 606o4 75. STxa=o-Easier. Here commercial is 484 48. bank' 48ee. bank count-r rate -0487. bankers' s%. bankers' sight ass%; at ew York oommerais t4P~e,484. bank ti44 485. Fa e..s--Fler. Here commeroial are 5.21. bank 5.18%: at New York commercial 5.21%t@ 5.2134. bank 6.2006.19%. Rw os1 8o --er. m erelal $12s0@ 1 50 premium per o1000. and baners' counter ,helng rate 62P50premium s000. STATECOOrate NSOLS°ANN"D"nP `IVMI BONDS AT THE N. O. BTOCK EXOCHNANGE. 0a. m ..........51 651 821 82% 12m ...............1 51% 82% 821 1:80 m .......... 51 51 8 82'. .m .............51% 61% 2% ose yesterday. .500 - .$ 32% his y 'stW'k.*.5% 51% 30 o 380% his day'styear.48% 49% 9 4% STATE C(ONSOI AT NEW YOBK. 11:30 a. m.-0so3 bid. UNITED STATES BONDB. N. Orleans. idew York L4ondon. Bid. Asked. id. Asked. Bid. Asked. 4 90-...106% 106% 106% 10K *108. - %1c"... - - 107 - 110o - ss. neOW.. - - 102% - 1056 1 Governments weak and lower. I*Ex-coupon. MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. [The fotllowini are the latest quolations the inside figures indicating the bidding rateand the outside the asking rate.J RAILROAD BonDs-hvbiago, St. Louis and New Orleans Rlalroad Con mpany. Tennessee lien -0-. first consolidated mortgage 1113@0-. do second mortgage --. Jacksoon Ballroad. first mortgage 111@1113. do second coupon, with coupon. 1143@- do second debt 116--. New Orleans and Mobile Railroad -0-, New Or leans Pacific -0-. Canal and Olalborne street first mortgage --. New Orleans Clty Rall road mortgaae los06 107. New Orleans Water wo[ks Company mortgage 100o91112. M~scoaLNanxous BoxDs-Bmall State Consols -0-, Cty Consolidated Bonds s@04o. Wharf Bonds -(1-. Drawn Premium Bonds 126(-. d.1- Ten Per Gent Bonds -@-, Waterworks Pouds -0-. WABnATSBISomP.EToe.-Levee Warrants 91@95; State Warrants. 1879 receivable for licenses and taxes. -0-. Police Warrants-1874, --@-; 1875. ---. iOty Borlp--1874. 45®@e 1875. 4661- 1876, 41t46:; 1877. 40t461 1878. 45146. School Certificates-1874 and 1875. s8@to. Half Paid itty Coupons -ws5. Interest Certificates on State Console - January, 1879. 61(66; July. 1879, -0-. Privilees on Premium Bonds Q@,% F cent Unaie d State Coupons -0-. BToo..--The * before the following quota tions of stocks indicates -iday's tweekly quo tations of the New Orleans Stock Exchange; the t, last sale since Briday; the j, last sate to day; a, with dividend; e, ex dividend. Banks. Par Value.tBid. Asked. Canal and Basking Co...... too 0 106 - Cittzens........--------- - 100 t55% - Germania National.......... 100 t95s - Bibernia National........... 100 *o9 97 Louisiana National.......... 100 *98 99% Metro. Loan and Savings. - 100 '95 - Mutual National............. 100 099% 102% New Orleans National....... 100 '107 115 People's ...................... 50 *t4 . - State National ................ 100 101 - Union National ............. 100 *08 88% Insurance Companies. Creseunt Mutual ............. 16O0 90 91% Fotore and Traders'........ 100 till - iremen's.................... 0 52% - Germania InsuraneeCo. -... 100 38o - Hibernia Insurance-......... 0 9% - Rome Iusurance ............ 40 *28 29 Hope Insuranc · ............. 100 053 571 Lafayetto ........ ............ 60 - - Merchants' Matual.......... 100 t2,i - Jeechaniie and Traders'.... oo0 t1o - New Orleans Ins. Ass'n ..... so *'9 so0% N. O. Ins. *omany.......... o0 "53. 54 People's Ins. company..... 2 21 - Bun Mutual ..... ......... 100 *105 107 Teutonla-.-.........-...... - 100 tls - Street Railroad- Carroliton ........ .... .... 100 *121 124% Cresoent Olty ................ 50 *53 685 Canal and Claiborne ........ 10 *4 10 New Orleans City......----. --00 1111% - Orleans ................. 5....... *o '35 40'1 t. Charles Street......-.... - 0 *8% 6 Miscellaneous Stooks Bienville Oil Works Co.-..... 100 12 - Crescent City Oil ompany.. 100 '120 124 Ore't City Slaughterhouse so 27% - Importers Bond. Warehouse 100oo *2734 so30 terson OIty Gaellght oo.. l00 *55% 57% Lo siana Ice Mana. o .... so to - Louisiana State Lottery..... 100 - - LoisianaOil Company..... 100 t121 - Levee Steam Gotton Press.. 100 *s as oomany.......... ...... lo traK5% - N.0. Waterworks Company. 100 ta51 - PlantersOl O ompsny.....-. l100o 122 - Bugar Bhed Compa.ny- .... so *3s a5% BALEB AT THE N. O. BTOOK EXOHANGE. BOAnD AT 10 A. M. 810,000 StateO Consolse.....- ............-..... 51% 10,000 State Gonsols (B. 8so) ................. sl1% .o00a State Oonsols(. so)................... 51% 12,500 small State Consoles- -................. o-% •.600 small State Consols (8. 10) ......... 5o0% 20.ao Premium Bonds............... .s% 6 an Premium Bonds-..................... s% s.ooo PremniumBonde(B.to Aprildra.).... 8.% BOAnD AT 12 M. 15 shares N. O. City Railroad Co...... 111%I 8s.oooa 8tate Consols...e.................-.. 51 oo.00 State Consols (28 days fixed).......... 51% o,o0oo Premium Bonds..... ----............ a3% BOARD ST 1:80 P. N. 12 shareas New Orleans Gas Combany.. a5% 1o shares Waterworks Company ...... st% 81S,000 StSate Coolaso..........--------...... 41 0,o0e brate Console (8.18)-.**.............. 51% se asal State Consolst................... s 10,000 remIum lon a ..................... 9 .9000 Premium Bonds /""....*...... ....... . 71000 1110m On """. "*"**.**********" 8S AT 8 *. M. s,000 tate O "... .. ...... 1 10,000 t te one .......................... o.ooo Premium Bonds .................... 82% 5.000 remumBonde (. to July dra.).... 81% 5,000 Premium Bondn (8. to July dra.).... 81' AL UTa oUTsaDm t OF TlH 1 EoI:AN st. 100 shares LoulsianaIce ompany ..... 9% 15 shre Mechanics and Traders' Ins. o .. .. ..........100 10,000 Premium Bonds...... ............ % 14EW YORK STOOK MARKET. New TYoax. March le.-The followInI the losei to port: * Oor. nsolldtept Coal......................... 849 icke ver.............. .......- ..... 17% ioks r preferred........-........ ...............1a e ~l ..""r ................1e, mern erhants'ExDrO.....-.-.. 69 8'9 nt 4 xpress......-............. 49 lan a ................................... 4% sign I . ..................................181 ar .......hen.......................... ..,. Sti referred....................lot4 ho pnd tSI pl..«.. ......... 8.% hlosg.md UAlton. ......................... 104 n Balanes -oh................ . 807.19; oas ln 0onole........................... 49 S amae ..................................e..... 181 thsro.uhot . n d Western a..... was not erybrsk byes vic in diintrio ...............gn.........e t o oew for ntrl ruand Hud son...an... 120o e. .......................................... 44% pare Shnotnd Ml iich n outhe rn ........ll tO ilnoe Oentral ex divi end .............. o1% a agvi!an l s oewatlearstate...........h m evehand ottsbulr uarateed...... 110% o n orthwern ................. 94 It o ae a orthwestern ereferre.......1t 0o tCOTT ON.or (h quotations of Domestics and Foreiay arkets are from ti cloing telerams, and our (bton statistics from the . Nw Orleans (ot ton estchanga. NL W ORLEANS MARKET. SPOTS. In sympathy with a steadier feeling at Now York and Liverpool were protty well main tained throughout the day and closed steady. The demand was not very brisk, buyers evinc in 0 little dlinoludon to go on except at eonoces slone. which factors refused to grant. Thoun apparently generally willing to sell at quota tionse thi sagarn somewhat restricted the move ment, the sales summing up only 810o bales, exoluelve of too yesterday. The supply was rather more liberal, but the assortment cona tinued Noor. The Otrton Exchange reports sales to-day asoo bales, including oo after t p. m.r esterday. Market steadr. 8trained %b ee less than whiteof the same class. This day. To-day. Yesterday. last week. Low Ordinary ........ 101 O; 1o% Ordinary. ........... 11 11 115 ood Ordinary ....... 11% 11%'i 1 opened steady. ruled dull at noon and closed easy. The sales summed up 4900oo bales, lnclud at thoo between calls, against a total yesterday of 9oo bales, Including 0soo between calls. The movement was not as large as yesterday, but showed a fair degree of animation and con. tinued to run on Mars, of which the sales alone amounted to 88o00 bales. includina the largest sing'esale of the day. 70obales, between the first and second calls, at 13.07. The market ruled before the fliret call at 1.00o18a.o0. at the first call at 1x.05. and between the first and second calls at email@example.com. Not hing transpired at the second call. but between the secoond and third calls prices took a turn downwards, sales being re ported at la 02(@12.99. At the third call there was a sale at 12.99. but after the third call sales were consummated at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thelatter was the last sale reported before the closing of the market CousBi OF THEE MARKET. The inside figures of the fohowlng quotations at the cloesina calls are the bidding rates to-day and the outside faures the asklin rates. --o---UIo se.-- - -veragl sales -, To-day. ,Yesterday. To-day. Yest'rd'y an... 11.60011 70111-64 - - - Feb . . 11.604 - 11.600 - - - Marab 12.750 - - April. email@example.com 12-9012 92 1289 12.88 May ..12.98412.99 13.a218.04 1u 3 03 13.01 June.l 3.s - - 8.12413.14 13,18 18.11 July.. - - 13.160 - - 13.16 Auga .- --- - - Sept.. 2600 - 12.60o12.68 - - Oct... 1.91011.93 11.93011.95 - 11.98 Nov .. 11 firstname.lastname@example.org ll.1.Os11.69 11.65 - DeO -- - - II..- - DZTAIL OF SALUS. Before Pirse C(all-May. 200 at 13.00; 100 at 18.04; S00 at 13.05; June. 200 at 13.15; total, 800 bales. First Call-May. 500 at 18.05; June. 800 at 13.14; total. 800 bales. Between First and Second Calls-May, 700 at 18 07; 100 at 13 10: total. 800 bales. Between Second and Third C(alls-200 at 13.02: 100 at 13.08; 100 at 13.00; 400 at 12.99: November. 100 at 11 65. totel. 900 bales. Third Call-May. 100 at 12.99; June. 100 at 18.09; total. 20o bales. After Third (all -April. 200 at 12.89: 200 at 12.90; May, 100 at 12.98; 200 at 12 99; 7L0 at 13,00; total. 1400 bales. DOMESTIO MARKETS. Market. Sales. Middling. New Orleans ..teady ....... ... 3.510 12', Galveston -...Steady ........... 274 124 Mobile ......... Firm ............ 1,00oo 12 Savannah. ....Quiet ... ...... 200 143 Charleston .... teady ........... 800 12%113 Wilmington ...Firm ............... 1273 Norfolk ........ Steady ........... 30 12%' Baltimore.....Dull ..............- o 10 a New York. ... uiet.......- .. 515 13 8-16 Boston ....... Quiet ............. .... 18 Memphis...... uiet ........... 1.150 13% Augusta....... uiet ............. so 12~4 Philadelhla. uiet ............ 156 133 Oincinnatt .... . ................. .... .. St. Louis ......Firm ............ 557 12% 8.332 NEW YOBK MARKET. BSoTs-Opened firmer and closed auiet and steady at yesterday's rates. The regular sales comprised 515 bales, and the deliveries on con tract 600oo bales. Quotatione--Ordinary 117.16o0. Good Ordinary 12~0. Strict Good Ordinary 12%a. Low Middling 12 13-160, Middling Uplands 13 3-160. Middling Orleans 18 5-160, and Middling Texas 18 5.16,. Fu'Boum-Opened barely steady, ruled barely steady at noon and closed steady, with sales of iot.ouo bales. To-day's To-day's Yesterday's Opening. Close. Close. January..... 12.os0 12.15 - ---- - @ - February... ---@- - - -0 March..... 1.1013.15 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org April....1.... 13.15@18 16 13.14@1315 18.10 - May .......... 13 8513.36 email@example.com 13.35013.36 June ....... 13.51013.52 13.51013.52 13.63018~54 July........- 13.62013.68 13 63013.65 13 65@13 66 August ...... 113.71013.72 13.72013.73 firstname.lastname@example.org BSetember .. 13.34018.35 email@example.com 13 38013.40 October...... 12.4701249 12 48@12 50 firstname.lastname@example.org November . . 12.08011.13 12 10012.12 12 14012 16 December... 12 03012 05 12 05012.07 12.o0512.12 NET RECE1PTS AT UNITED STATES POBTB -Thus far-. this last This week To-day. week. week. last year. New Orleans .... 1.032 14.196 20375 16.197 Galveston........ 534 4 031 3.757 3.661 Mobile .......... 111 2.352 2 299 3 402 Savannah........ 711 4.860 4,607 3.108 Charleston....... 870 2.150 2.466 2.959 Wilmington. .... 40 205 358 703 Norfolk .......... 280 6.075 6,918 5.6548 Baltimore ...... ..-.. lot 34 459 New Y ~rk. 819 6.413 5.002 4.111 BOstof ........... 209 1.600 4.194 5,220 Philadelphia .... 44 317 613 937 Various.............. .... ... Total ...... 4.150 39.300 50.623 46.305 Net receipts since Sept. 1. This year. Last year. At this port ............. ....1.816 659 1.075.574 At all U. S. ports ............4.39.3,87 4.011.529 FOREIGN EXPORTS SINOE SEPTEMBER 1. At this port. At all U. 8. Dorts 1879-80. 1878-79. 1879-60. 1879-79. G. Britain... 642.097 475.769 1.708 791 1,596,230 Frane ....... 208016 189.981 292.9721 86.127 Continent.... 108.241 271.310 676.926. 04.016 Total....... 104 564 937 o0102 7? R~1 l 2.76.73 .-'hglliY BTOCE. TO4.Al amn THI. DA: LAST T.IB this port. T2dav. This d lýart yes. Ssiboard..... 5,8t 64.21 Lea in pressese 916141 178.067 At l..Sports. To-.&i. This day let rear To............ 888,810 0582..1 LIVERPOOL MARKET. SBors-Wero quiet and unchanged; 79d or iddlng Uplands and 7 .16d for Mid dlng Oreans, Thesales comprised e000 bales. of wh io - were American. The receipts comprised 10.700 bales, of which .0an were A erican. lFuns--Opsened quiet and steady and closed o nuleter. Dxitvantis--Uplands. any port not below Low Middling, were _uoted as follows: Janu. ary -. February -. March 7 0-led. March and April 7 7-.20@7i. April and y 7 w-.l, May an June 7 8 June and Jy 7 1182, July and August 7%d. ugustand 8etember 7% 7 'd. September anti October 7 -10d. October and November -d; November and December -d. ecember -d.HAVBE MAIRKET. D-)1 and unchanged. Quotationa--0 fr ce ilno Tre Ordnalre (spot) and 8(1 for Low Mid filing (afloat). BOMBAY MOVEMENT TO MARCH 1S. nxSIPTrs. To close of Week. Bince Jan. 1. Year. This year.... 48,000 812o.000 lst year .... 1.(000 201.000 .0.,000 Year before. 86,00 ooo 8o2 e oo66,000oo SH1IPMMeTo. Groat Britain. Continent. Total. This year........ .t year .... 70,000 20.000 27,000 Year before. 17.000 1s.000 0:2,000 St1O0 JANUAlt 1. Great Britain. Continent. Total. his year.... 72,000 106 000 178,000 Last lear.... 1it,0x) 74,000 125.000 _ear before. 01,000 186 000 227.000 S FRlOM DATI TO OO1,01 or YTEA Great Britain. Continent. Total. Thls year........ aty Wr... .200,o 8o08,001 017.000 Year be'ore.234t.(0 271.000 60s.000 STOCK APLOAT IN IOMAYr JIAnOnO . This year. Last year. Year before. 1.0 1000 211,00 61,000 PMmlISIMTI. Cotton. Steam. Hall Liverpool ................ --esled 5-10 avre ..................... .... 21- 20 remaon ...... ........ otterdam ........... .... d ....d vol................... ..... Oronstadt................... c" d Genoa...................... ...o .C R arosiona ................. o r. X ow York................ .... Boston. rovidenno, Fall Blver and Philadelohla. via New York........... tio ...." Grain to oontin"nt uJr.. --@on -..d .eltimore. via New York. 11 1n0 .. .o Oil cake to the United Kingdom ................ 2 .1 Oil cake to Liv rp'l, V ton q os 251 Sugar to New York. i 0160 Molasses. V bbl............ st on loo ...... ............ ...... 0 COMi1DUIOIAL. [ Our quotations represent uho.lesatc pric es except whn. job loit are sperdt/led.I TOBACCO0. Lasw Tosooo-Bunnin wtock 00 hhds. par of which is held for loa delivery and for ship mont. Week's sales o hde. Cutting grades are In request and higher than the followinl quotationd which are for export tobacco: Low lugs 8%*4o . medium 4)%6c, god and flne 406c. Low leaf 5e06aM o, medium eX@ 7) 0. good and fine 70seio. selections 010o0. MAxvraorus Tosaax--Active and strong. Fine pinu o00700 o lb. fine medium so500o0. Bright quarters. common sound, 4 aro4. Bright vy, 's and 's, o@60o. Black sweet 8 00. No. l.'s and 1o's. dark black sweet 848c. Navy lbs black t4249. navy a's blactk "seo. Fancy styles natural leaf. 2470; No. . lbs. extra fan o sr74s1. LOUISIANA PRODUCTS. Suaoa-Oontinues in fair request and firm. Receipts none. Exports none. Stook under the sheds 7898 hhds. Interior 5%a *co. common e.%70. good common 77%4o. fair 7k7)4c good fair 7li73)0. fully fair7%@7% prime 71%(7o.striotly prime -.7%.0 choice 88.%o. seconds 6%(07c, yellow olaritied 84@8460 off white 80@eo. choice white -40%o. standara white -49Mo. Moiasea--Oontinues In fair demand and lIrm. Receipts nome. Exports none. Stock under the shede 8588 bbls. Interior 25028o. common saoO8ac gallon. oentrifugal ao.042 fair 84a880, prime 420480@ strictly prime 404480. choice --00o. cistern bottoms 6480. Rs--Quiet and steady. No. 2 4%4no. com mon s%'4to. ordinary e)00o3. fair 6%e06. sood email@example.com. prime 6407,0o. ohoioe 7X04%o. BBEADBTUFPB. [ The following prices arefor round lots. Job lots are 25@f0c more per bbl according to quality.J FLOa --Is steady. Fine N4 2504 5o. on erfine s@66 25, single extra s250 5 50, double extra 86 o005 s7. treble extra se.s 25. choice extra $-6s so. family 1-O 62%e. fancy 6 760@-. CR.AM AD PEARL MzALs-$8 4008 5o per bbl. .am MAL-e2 450e so 0 bbl. airs-Good choice t8. xOIT-8$2 7508 9l bbl. : Frwon- 50s5 75 0 bbl. OBAIN AND NEEDUTU1HN. [Our quotations are for wholesale lots on the landing. Dealers job at the following advance from store: (krn 2@4c per bushel, Oats 2@4c per bushel, Bran 5@7i/,c per 100, and liay $2 @8 per ton.] olsx Il SABAs - In good supply, fair demand and easy. White 654-o. white mixed - 4sac. yellow as6eo6. Fellow mixed --asac bushel. OATa-In light supply, fair demand and firm at 460470c bushel. Bsx--Is in light supply. moderate demand and stronger at $-@1 io 1 cwt. HAY-Is in fair supely. moderato demand and easye: cboie $-4125 ton, prime $22@02, ordinary $-@-. Bua Cono--Salable at --@so for mixed 9 bushel, white 53@-c. yellow 2asas0. Buvx WansT-None here. talable at$--1 0o 9 bushel. PROVIBIONS. L[Our quotations of provisions are for lots at wholesale. Jobbers' prices are 25@50c per bbl more, and (@4%c higher per lb.] Provisious are, qniet and easy. Poax-$12 75@- 91 bbl for new. BazAxrBsr BAooN-Ordinary e%@O. choice 8ir:@-c. BAoo--Shoulders s05@6. clear rib sides - 7%-c 1 3, clear sides 8@-c. DaI SaLT MEATB-LooBe shoulders 4%0--c. packed 4%@4%.e. clear rib sides s6%-o.clear sides 7@70o. BHaMe-(anvaaed-Ohoice small 9%.@oci.1 . medium 83(4%9., large 8ic. LAnu-Befined in tierces 7%X-- refined in kegas s@De. refined in buckets -@84ec. Packere' lard-tierces 7@a0-o. kees --so. pails --sKc. PAcIxas' Hoe PaoDuon s-Prime mess eork 116®l12 .extra prime $10 6011. rump ork $10 1bhl. side ribs $lo0lo 281 tierce and6e 50 N bbL Pig pork $6 50@675 I half bbl and 512@12 0o bbl. Ham sausages 5%@-c 9 lb. Pickled pig tongues 4@4%c apiece. Pigs feet $1 4o 9 keg. $2 as U firkin. and $-@5 V bbl. Bis--Western is selling at $10012 71 bl. and $67 N half bbl. Fulton market $8 208 5o " half bbl. GBOCEBIES. BUTTER-We quote: Western creamery. fan cy. 8a--; New York creamery, fine. 3s~04. do prime 26827 do dalt. choice 26@26. do dairy fair to good 20021: Western dairy, choice 28424, do fresh packed prime 21, do fresh packed good. 20. OamE --Ohoioe Western skims 13018% Iib; prime do 12@121i; good do lo10lc. Ons--Ooal oil-ordinary 1i0oe ! gallon in barrels. 21@220 in oases. Lard oil-No. 1 ---c. tall strained ose5sc. winter strained e6@7oo. Linseed oil-raw sessac. boiled 88e900. Ootton seed oil-crude A4*@4o. refined sa@se0. Fsea-Mackerel-No. 1. bbis $s 7s. halves $4 65, quarters $2 6. kits see: No. 2 oble $6 75, halves sa .7. quarters $2. kits 81sic No. large, bbls $7 5o, halves s4 25. quarters $2 25. kits 880: No. 8 medium, bbls $6. halves $3 25. quarters $1 85. kits 70 Extra mess. bels $25. halves $12 82, quar ters $6 87. kits $2 75; Extra No. 1i bble 822. halves in as, quarters a6 82. kits $1 97. Her ring. bbls $6. halves $3 3,2 quarters $1 82. kits 77c. Salmon. bbls $19 50. halves $10, quarters .5, kits $1 67. Ondflsh in boxes $11e. in % drums sc; boneless Sc; boneless, extra. 5ec. Haddock in 9 boxes $1. in ( drums 4%c. Herrings Scaled 30c: No. 1 25. oArP-lAnsdry-Olive 4% 4%c i 1. German olive 4.M4%e, family .%o,. oalm -slo. red casutle --mie. white --4100. India 6 ,%%o. St. Bollox 4.3gco. Oo.ys--iateadier. Job lots are quoted as fol lows: Ordinary 14@1iW c. , fair 158%16%c. good le6ei8%. orime 18%l@le c. (rooes-Ordinary 18%014n. fair 5iBM@15%o. good 156@160, prime 16%0@16%c. lTuI -Oolongs Lln p, Formosa 40*ec. Eu. lish )rekskft Io6so0 imperials 76A760. gun SsnK-Stoeady. Jobbinglat 0l % ls for eoar.e ndat .s11hf lorfile T[ukI's Iaad _Mi5Us - .utTb lse.1 ekie. .O i * IRUITS AND NUTS. DoMnsxrr AWD Fo9 or Yasw sAND xn TIm - Apples 85 50 4 tbl. Mesrina or asg e-0 a 75 V box, PalermQ9 $-@ 085 P' box. semoe11 Messina 86 V box, Palermo e-@0 0o box. Na nte fls t-*2s 2V b7 Layer fl h 149-0 4' lb oval fes l60 V 3. Layer raisins $2 '- box London la er 2 500-. Plantains 6I uncbur Banannas $8102 buhob. Dates 70 V S. arrt 4 60 93 . Punes too 9 lb. Oitronll9o lb. Almonds ioen . Bradl nuts o 9V lb. iilberts 1273. Naple walnuts 140: french do 12oe. Peanuts sao. Peoas --010o. -s to quality. Goonanuts ) o each. Oallfornal near - 9 box. Malaga rraoee 611 00O12 60 9 bbl. Dried apples s0leo V lb. Dried peachee . OUNTBY PBODUOTB. (Our quotations represent wholesale prices on the l.AUnrn. Dealers oblain --@25, more per bbl, and 4@1Oc higher per pound in lots.] I1as1 PVo,.rao--Old $1 6ne1 o 9 bbl. new -6 80@0 8IwIlr PoraTOasM-1 0o@ --1 bbl loose. e1 7? - packed QwOows-Aoythern $404 60. (jAULI(O-2560750 bunch. Fnl.a V.o.~s aniLs-Louisiana cabbaes a o 50 459 orate,beeots s 600- bhbl, oarrots so 00@ ' bbl. cucumbers @10175 V dozen. green peas l2 75 9 bbl,. Squashes 76o per dosen. new strinr beans $4 2 per bushel box. -oug KoU a 7n@s 0o 0 half bbl and b40 for ordary V bl; choloo e Saps-Northern white mo lzuxs -0 3 9 V 3b waite kioney 8.3608O. red kidnley 8u@s8o., wuutern white eO02ao. Western red 38@-. Vow P1--Little In requestand easier; clay - so, oblooe mixed $1 001 2o . good mixed 1 1i5@-. low mixed $1 lo0 -, whippoorwill 1 1601 17)4. Pou.trz-Western grown ohlockens $ 75.4 9 dozen, Dunl do 250sa. ducks 68 560 75, gease o4 4 65o turkeys $140- 9 dozeno Lou lan grown elokens $8 urs8 so, young si 20 So0, duck4 02 5008, geese 0. . turkeeys 0--. -Boo-We1tern -oo dozen. Iouslmna 11 017o. IWooL--f urry 14019o 9 B. Louisiana olear 290 so. olear la seeso. O.louTm.t 1 -Greeo salted s.o, dry flint 143.6.0, dry salted 18)41434o 3. Tr 1D-70- l3 and up. 9 lb 8ei0so; steer an cow hdes, so to 703S.e0k; kips.. LT -n , ntry --js1o. aity -06o lb,. BSaWAZ-1- 206 fib. ams-Ox horns. prime. each -eo.; cow do M- ixed 2.380 5 b9. grey 134024o. black COAL. 1 Prrn vn--Toateamboati soo 9 box. retail soe 9 bbl. wholesale a t. Bernard 400oo box to steamboats. reil . wholesale so. ALAMA. -Pratt is selling at s6 V ton. 200oo t4 0 ' box to steambots' retailingat 5 60 bb, Helena le s ollng i at 8s ton. 2o000 W re. tllna at 50 9bbl. Montevalo Is elling at 67 5 ton. oo lb; retailing at eiso bbl. MIS0ELLANEOUB. NAv.A nos--Pjtoh 9 705 6o bbL Tar $2 5 s0o bb, llostl 32 251 5 9 bbL Slirits tur pentine 509230 V gallon. BAL~ua tirum--Bging 2 b. --11.0 9 yard; l: --1230o; balina twine 17@-o0 9 Coorot Tram-'the Arrow so 62 50 9 bundle. Grui tie $2 26. Acme tie 82. Triumph tie 5 o60. MIUKRlt'i T TELG I.AI. DOMESTIO. New Yosr. March 1s.-Southern flour in buyers' favor qnd dull; common to fair extra 6: 040e 15s good to cholee do s 2047 So. Wheat opened 1it13*o better. closed quiet with the ad vanoe lost; ungraded winter red SI 8701 44. Corn a shade lower. very moderate trade: un graded so.n0. Oats opened firmer, but closed dull and weak at 4 for No. 8. Hove quiet. noml nally unchanged. Coffee dull prices unaltered. ,uger in fair demand; eentri ugal 8%@c ., mo lasses sugar 6%. uba 7%4@73. Bahia 73. fair to good refining 7.@'7% prime 8; refined in good demand and firm. koluas9 firm, fair in= aquirt'. BRice firm and in good demand. osoin qulet at $1 o@01 as. Turpentine dull at 44904%. ool moderately active and very firm; domes ice fleece 49060 pulled 3a@62. unwashed 18452. ~exas 21o40. Pork lower but dull* new $124 l2 so. Middles dull and unchangad. Lard a shade lower but aulet at 7.e6047.0. Whisky nominal at $110. Freights firmer. hugar-0 7%0@. extra 0 8R5ks%. white extra 0 S)3@84% yellow 745@7%. off A s%@9. standard 9%. powdered and crushed 5.@6%, ranu lated 9%. out loaf s9(@10. Cotton seed oil dull calf year offered at 4, March. Aprll. May and June offered at 47; no bids. Hides flrm. with a fair demand Texan 9o)i%1o. namumoau. March 18.-Oats steady; outhern 47. Western white 47 do mixed 4B@4, Pennyl vania 47w48. Provisions steady Coffee dull and unchanged. Sugar firm; A sof 9. Whisky ull at $1o103 11. Freights steady. LoonsvzLa. March I8.-Flour quiet and un changed. Wheat qulet at $21.41 2s. Corn steadr at 43t4st. Oats quiet at 89040. Pork quieeat t12 so. Lard steady at 7. Bulk meats steady; shoulders 43, ribs 6%. sides a.9o. Bacon steady shoulders r43 ribs 7% sides 743. Sugar cured hams 9o10. Whisky firm at $1 o4. aozoaeo, March 18.-Flour nominally un changed. Wheat unsettled, generally higher and closing weak; No. 2 Ohiocao spring S1 18. No. 8 do $1 (In . Corn in fair demand; fresh 87. regular 84a. Oats active. weak and lower at 29. Pork in fair demand and lower. Lard in fair demand and lower at 7.05%. Bulk meats steady and in fair demand; short ribs 6.55, clear 6.78. Dressed hogs steady and in fair demand at Sa. Whisky steady and unchanged. TheDroverse' ournal reports: ogs-Beceipts 28.000. shipments 10.000: market moderately ac tive and stron throughout. generally irm; quality fair; allcleared ; mixed Dackings a a4 4 4, choice heavy $3 50o8 758 light 4 aiS 4.. oattle-Receipts 4800, shipments S.soo market fairly active throughout and firmer; a good export and choice seaboard were taken; shtp. ping firm at $44@s50. butchers' steady at S2 300 2 40. stockers and feeders' strong and active at 3.) o20; good demand from country buyers and speoulators. Sheep -Beceits 200o. shiD ments 1400oo; yesterday's prices fully maintained at $5 50@6 50. ST. Louts, March 18.-Flour quiet: family $ 55 bid. choice $a 7005 75. Wheat higher for ceih; very unsettled and lower for options; No. 2 red fall $1 221 229 No. 3 do $1 20. Corn dull and lower; 35s. bats lower; 3236826. Whisky steady. Pork dull; jobblng at $11 623 11 76. Lard held at 7.08. Bulk meats nominally unchanged. Bacon quiet and unchanged. Hogse-Light grades a shade off: Yorkers to Baltimoree 64 2a04 40, mixed packing $4@4 2a, butchers' to fancy $4 40@4 55; receipts 6100, ship monte 400. Cattle lower; only a fair supply of all grades; selling export steers $5@5 75; fair to good heavy 4a 5504 80: light to medium $4@4 8o: stockers and fe'dera' 68 2548 o;: Colorado steers $3 60 04. Texans and Indians $2 7508 96; receipts 2000. ehipmentes 200. Sheep-Small alles at $64 6 25: receipts 2400. shipments 1500. NOnxiNwxT. March 18.-Flour dull and un changed. Wheat in fair demand and firm at st so. Corn easier at 42. Oats scarce and firm at 89@40. Pork nominally unchanged. Lard dull and nominal at 7%. Bulk meats quiet: shoulders 4. ribs 6%. sides 6%. Bacon firm: shoulders 5, ribs 75, sides 7%. Whisky in fair demand at Si 04. Sugar strong; hards lo1010. New Orleans 7%@s%. Hogs steady; common $3 50.4 30. light $4 5@4 50o, packing 4 80o@ 6so, butchers' s4 6804 75. WILMINGTON, N. 0.. March 18.--Sirits of tur= pentine steady at 49. Rosin steady at $1 15 for strained. S1 17% for good strained. Tar steady at S1 20. Crude turpentine firm at $1 75 for hard. $2 75 for yellow dip. Corn unchanged. REAL EBTATE TRANSFBYRB. Miss A. Scurke to J. Savini. a lot and Im provements, bounded by Columbus. Claiborne, Derblgny and Kerlerec streets 31x10oo, $1225. Mrs. M. A. Oresap to John (naffe. a lit and improvements. bounded by Second, Taird. Chestnut and Collseum streets. 42xt1,. o2600. R. Pochelu to 0. 4. Pitcher, four lots and Im. provements, bounded by St. Charles Avenue. 2rytania. Foucher and Antoine streets, 3lx1so. $5000. Mrs. M. and Misses M. and J. Santini to G. Bantini, seven-eighths of one lot and improve ments. bounded by Levee, Dorsire. Canal and Oustomhouse streets. 2x60o. $8760. Mrs. L. Hogan to Leon Aubre. a lot and tm provements, bounded by Preston Calhoun. Mar ket streets and the Foucher de biroe property. 2x120. $268. Succession of A. L. Verret to Mrs. O. A. Ver ret, a lot and improvements, bounded by Elisa. Evellna. LeBcent and Webster Avenues. 2r9x13s, $800. Bernard Bonman to Henry Lister. a lot and improvements, bounded by Clalborne, Gasquet. Palmyra and Derblgny streets. 20x106. $160o. Michael Dunn to Manuel Abascal. a lot and improvements, bounded by Pacific and Elmira Avenues and Alix and Eliza streets. 81x128. 6c50 Frem toe uanks of the uIasel. NEWBUBR, N. Y., October 20,1879. H. H. Warner & Co., Bochester, N. Y.: Gentlemen-A lady of over seventy years of age, in falling health for overayear, has been using Warner's Safe Bitters on my recom mendation. She feels very grateful for the benefit she has derived therefrom, and says that until she used it her stomach could bear Iln to be t ot.i ..aspeg.igc I;_ui·~t·ib5~·· fi:seiia aoTEL ABIvAJL CITY NOTELh rITerbnlTrnre l -gird.Mss Hen ry W and wifeos i; eis HU Bellinger New Yrk; ,l e Bedmiann, oul west swe aid. Little Bock. Ark ; r Parket. steabolre Mountaifn; M is Lous arFer, ew ot i whit. Oolumbus Mt s; C M hherd go rs I Supple, Woodvlle, Mis; and son, Arkanss -J W ofao.z O la Mists; H O Stanley, new York; JB-" wife. Erhs fA hafer. Ttrrebonne; H & as ty; Gen A Ms Barney New York; 1aeo5 •lohnor and wife city; t P J Jann ohn tAdkl1ns, HAdkins, Win Why suffer with indigestion when Mae Bitters affords certain relief. Ge a bottle try It. eed's Gfit Edge T.locures dyspepata . , NSEKIFF SAL~ES Nortlmsr Edasn vs. Unialon ens'3 Mot soclation of Louisiana. ýLIFTlDJISTRICT COURT FOAE isi of Orleans, No. 10.090w-By virtu writ of seizure and 8s4le to me dr honorable the Fifth blUtrict tt JOg parish of Orleans. in the above e.tled ca will proceed to sell at publio auction. Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, street. between Canal and Customhouse, n the Second District of this city, on DAY April la. lseo. at 12 o'clock m., the i cribed r, err ,to It AiNi it Oi GROUND. with th uildings and mproveets situate in the First District of this square obuded by Gravier, erdido, and tit. Peters streets, and mea numbers five and six on a n by eurveyor. dated on the twenty-fl fh day arch. 18l7, anl deposited in the o .e Magner. lte notary in this city, as plas auin ten. Said lots adjoin each other, and ah twentyesix feet four inches tront dido street by a depth of eJhtyfols r fee Inobches and four lines. Betinge teae pes arty which was purehased by defendm from Mistress iophia Bogart. On te , Maroe1b Etas per sot of sale lthen ore enry O. Dibble, a notary in thisty, lieled in the above suit. Terms and Conditions--. In cash forgae cldet amount to pay the note of two hun and sixty-six dollars and seventy-flveoents ready past due. with five perent oterestth on from May 11, p8. five Der cent attorney's on ten hundred and sixty-seven dollars also the semi-an nal Interest at the rate of per cent, past due on each o three promissory notes of two hundred and 1 dollars and seventy-five cents each est payable November 11. 1sts, and Ma U. and also all costs of these proceedings taxes on the property. 2. The purchaser to assume to thex the amount of his bid the paymentof eral promissory notes drawn by de and dated May 1. 187e, payable res two, three and four years, and bear n rent mortgage on said property sai..i lng eoach for the sum of two hunred i six dollars and seventy-five cents, an interest at the rate of five per cent mor until final payment said interest being payable semi.annually and each notetO be newable for one year if not paid at ma . etc., as more fully stipulated in the aot mo gage from defendnnts to plaintiff passed tkeorge W. Ohristy. a notary public in thois odla' of date May 11. 18R8. i. And the balance of the price of adjsdlei tion, If any, h on thea p or. Civil Sheri of the Parish of Olea.. mhl2 19 26 apo 9 18 Daniel It. CarreU vs. avrtid WaUla.s 7THIRD DI0TBIOT 00CURT FOBR T P ish of Orleans. No. 26,95-B virtue 0 writ of seizure and sale, to me dare D t honorable the Third District Court for the ish of Orleans in the above entitled oa proceed to sell at public auction. it t, U obants and Auctioneers Exchange, Royal between Canal and Oustomhouse ond District of thts city. on JlwOY .. ah 22.18o, at 12 o'clock m., the tonowiti e, TWO OEBTAIN LOTS OF GBOUD the buildings and improvements thts nances thereunto belonging Thlrd District of this city. In the ed- by Laharpe, Dorgenois, Com tooheblave streets, and desy numbers twenty-one and -te sketch annexed to an act p Darloeourt, notary, on the s1st as, which sid lots measu Sst-e et Inc t hnone h dre I de pth. ad id toi tsame Sdefendant rin bypur.se pomert, by an act pas before A, . i notary in this city, on t trteeath b Io n thee above suit. Terms and COandition°s-Th bena the ond and last auction, the said .O definitel adjudicated to the !ig bidder, for waat it will in at yeve credit, the purchaser rnls good and solvent security. cent interest per annum from date a a at mortgage on the propert sod t., Dtal aymen aid purchaser wil have to de duct from his bid and pay In cshe the ao11 of prlntlng, sherIff 's ad elerk'e fee e . et y:, about three hundred dollsrs, san. inrtein . the btate parish and munlol taues os nm property, the amount of whch Is not yet..t tamed. 3. B. ALOEE PAUTBIIkX Civil lherif of the rih of ra. mha 19s22 Jean Ferte vs. Pierre eargests. SIXTH DISTBICT COURT FOB TIlB PAR. LI ish of Orleans, No. 71-By virteofwu. of fleri faclais, to me directed by the orable the Sixth Disalo t Court for e.s Orleans. In the above entitled eause, proceed to sell at publio auction, at thO chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. street. between (Janal and Customhoase in the Secornd District of this city. On DAY, March 24. 1880. at 12 o'clock m.. ta lowing decrib d troperty to wit- - ALL THE |tIOFT. TLTLE AND INT Bf , of Pierre Oourg,,., ii. and to the snlt of - jourgotte vs. P. L Bourmond (or teO being No. eslo of he di oket of the hono the. Fifth District Con r, or, he priNb of rs also. THE RIGHT OF SAID PIERRE GOTTE to the following described lro- ; sold in said case. and n trha by T. A. lette for account of said Pierre Goott A certain lot of ground, situated in First District of this eity, designated _s number three, in square unumber 18, by New Levee. Notre Dame. Pulton and streets. measuring tweuty.three feet inches six lines front on Fulton stretb depth from street to street of one hundred twenty feet eight inches slx lines, r00 to a plan drawn by J. Streler on the third of April, 1872. deposited for refrence in office of Ernest Ende, late notary in this . Baid lot is a part or portion of a Iarg.r r of ground. which figures as lot number four on another plan drawn by Charles Trudeau, dated the first day of AIi. 17es$. .C-. gether with the buaildings and iuprovesmemt , thereon, and all the rights, ways, serviu privileges and advantages thereunto belooil or in anywise appertalinng. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the sot. Te . r . ALOE GAUTHRE&UZ. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. fe2 27 mb51219 22 ueeesslon of A. BI paaquier. SECOND DISTRIOT COURT FOB THE iseh of Orleans, No. 41.186-Notice Is given to thecreditorsofthiaestateandteoal er persons herein intereeted toshowea.se in ten days from the present notifi4tion. they have or can. why the nast ac.taut sented by Mre.Widow A. DUDSIU.e trix, as snon administrating taei estate. not b.eapprove. and homologated. tnd funds distributed in aordance re By order of the court. JOHN E- muhble 25 JOHN HERBBT, sueesseont of JsR II. MIafler. .S ih of Orleanss No. u.ll-- iwc .. - Meilleur has petitioned the court for dative testamentary ezeoutorahip on t of the late John H. Mellleur, decesed. is hereby given to all to whom it may to show cause within ten days whr te of the said petitioner should not By order of the court mnb14 192 a JOhN HBERB T, Suecesseon of DBan.l Kane ani Wife. SECOND DIBTRIOCT OOURT. POl hereby glven to the oreditors of this and to a1 other persons hereinin show cause within ten days from the notification, if any they have or can. WE account Dresented by William 1. Kae.n trator f this tate, should nobe aeeeordanae therelur .IPPJO E1u 5P