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JUDICIAL ADVEaTI5EYmanTS.
AUCTION BALES.
By Placide J. Spear.
VALUADLI IMPROVED PROI'ERTIES IN
THE FOURTH AND 8IXTHl DISTRICTS.
OORNER FIRST AND DIVISION STREETS.
BECOND. BETWEEN FULTON AND DIVI
SION ST'IEE '8.
MAGAZINE, BETWEEN JOSEPHINE AND ST.
ANDRItW HTRIEETS.
TEN LOTS OF G(ROUND ON STATE STREET,
SIXTH DI'HTRICT.
I8X LOTS OF ROU ND ON LA UREL STIREET.
SIXTH II8TIIICT.
ROBERT E, HUYQHE V4. ALBERT C. HUY
CUlE ET ALS.
Secoud I)ihtrlt Court for the Pa'rish of Orloeans
No. 89A.452.
U PLACIDET 3. RSPEAR, Auctioneer-OFFICE
-No. 4 RIOYAL .TI'IEt T'-Ou HATUIRAY.
June 1,187R, at 12 o'clock m will besoid at ub
lie auction at the HT UHARLES AUOTION
EXCHANOt , ON MT. CHAlRLEs STIIEET, BE
TWEEN GatAVIER AND COMMON STIREETR.
by virtue and In pursuance to a.iudament from
the Hon. A. L. Tissot, judge of the S4econd Dis
trlet Court for the parish of Orleans, rendered
February 28. 187, and signed March 7. 1979, in
the above matter. the following described prop
rties, to wit
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
with th bulldlngs and improvements thereon,
situated in the Fourth District of this city. in
the square bounded by First, Second, Fulton I
tnd Division streets, designated by the num
ber lo, according to a plan drawn by U. A. LtMedlu
arohltect on the second January. 145, andd
deposites, as plan Io. 11, in the officOe of J.
B.Be rd. notary public: said lot forms the cor
ter of said First and Division streets, and I
.,easures 27 feet 3 inches 2 2- lines front on
.aid First street by 120 feet or more in depth
weel parallel lines. The above described
roperty was acrqlired by decaseod during his I
tarriage with his deceaaed wife. Julia N.
Bmelens.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
With the buildings and improvements thereon,
situated in the Fourth District of this city, in
the sauare bounded by First. Senond Fulton
and Division streets, designated by the No. 4.
of square No. 25, andi measures 27 feet a inches
2-56iae front on Second street by a depth of 120
feet. between parallel lines.
8. A COETAIN PORTION OF GROUND, to
gether with all the buildings and improve
ments thereon, situated in the Fourth Di triot
of this olty, in the square bounded by First,
Becond, Fulton and Division streets; said por
tion of ground, according to plan of L. A. I
HIedin architect dated January 2.1841, is formed i
from the entire lot No. 9 and the greater part of 1
lot No. 8, according to said plan, measures 4t
.et 5 inches a 1-5 lines front on First street, by
120 feet or more in devth, between parallel lines.
4. A OERTAIN LOT OF (itOUND. together
with all the buildings and improvements
thereon, situated in the Fourth District of this
}ltty in the suare bounded by First, Second,
Divlison and Falton streets, easuring 16 feet I
e Inches front on First street by 120 feet or more
in depth, between parallel lines; said lot being
Stformi of part of Iot.a Nos. 7 and s. The above
eope is subject to an alley in feet 10 inches I
Wide in the rear. running from Fulton to DI
vision streets. Lots Nos. si and Io were acquired
by the late Robert Huyghe at a sheriffs sale of
the parish o Jefferson, in suit of J'eter Con
way, Jr. vs. Wm. E. Rusk, No. lore of the docket
of the Third Judicial District Court of the St.ate
of Louisiana, on July 24. 18419. and lot No. 8 and
Dart of lot No. 7 were aiquired by deed from E.
B. Ruston. as per act before D. I. Ricardo, no
tary public, on June 18. 15t8.
at AOIITAIN uLOT' OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings and Improvements there
on, situated in the Fourth District of this city.
in square No. 27, bounded by Magazine. Camp,
Josephine and Ht. Andrew strneets, said lot be.
tIg designated by thie number 4. on i plann of It.
oelhausen, dated June 24. 1844. deposlted in
the records of L. It. Kenny. formerly notary
public in the parish of Jefferson, and measures
82feet 8 inches 1 line front on Magazine street.
32 feet 3 inches I line in width in the rear, by
I01 feet 6 inches 7 lines in depth. American
measure, Maid property became tiha sila prop.
erty of Robert Hoygho, by means of an ,at from
E, H. Burton. before D. I. Ricardo, notary pub
lie on June s18, 1861.
l1. TEN LOTH OF GROUND in the town of
Bloomingdale, parish of Jefferson, now the
iLxth District of this city designated on the
tilan made by Benjamin Ih/uson. surveyor of
the parish of Jefferson, on November 12, 1a5t.
and deposited in the offie of W. L. Lewis. then
a notarr in this city. by the Nos. 111 to 12., in
clusively. Said lots measure eacthl : feet front
on State street by an Irregular depth and
bountded on the rear property owned by C.
Husk, all American measure. Acquired by
deceased at a sale made by the sheriff of the
parish of Jefferson April 18, 1848, in suit of I
Gters e Miltard, subroigated, vs. John
reene,. No. 16.547 of docket of the Fifth District
Court of New Orleans.
7. 81X LOTH OF GROUND, together with the
buildings and improverments thereon, situated I
in the Btxth District of this city. in the square
bounded by Valmont, Laurl, Leontine and
Live Oak streets. designated by the Nos. 4, , 6
7, sand 9; lots Nos. 4, 6 6,7 and a front on Laurel
street and have the following dimensions: Lot
No. 4 31 feet : inches front on Laurel street. 1u9
feet 11 inuches in depth on the side towards Le
ontine street and lt2 feet 9 inches in depth on
the side line of lot No. 5: lot No. 5 measures 31
feet 9 inches front on Laurel street by a depth
of 162 feet 9 inches on the line which
separates it from lot No. 4 and 155 feet
7 inches in depth on the line which
separates it from lot No 1: lot No. 6 measuries
81 feet 8 Inches front on Laurel street by adoepth
of 15r feet 7 inches on the side line of lot No. r5
and 149 fqet. 5 inches in ndepth on the side line of
lot No. '.Iot No. 7 nmeasures 1 feet a incihes
front on Laurel strect by a depth of 148 feet ri
inches on the side of lot No. r,, and 141 feet :
inches on the side of lot No. a; lot No. a mrtas
ures 31 feet 9 inches front on Laurel street by a
depth of 141 fooeet a lnhes on the side of lot No.
7 and 134 feet . inch on the side of lot No. 9: lht
No. 9 measures al feoit a inches front on Laurel
street by a depth of 134 feet 1 inch on the slom
of lot No. 5 add 127 foot in depth and. front on
Valmont street, of whlch it forms the corner.
Terms and conditions--One-third each, the
balance at one and two yiears' oredit. for notes
or coupons beariog smpeial mortgage and von
dor's lien and privileog with i per Pont inter
est per annum from ,late of sale until final
Ilrylnent, the cbluse of 5 tier cent for attorney's
fees ineaseof iudicll tiro.e'dl ngs for the recov
~ry of pa ymont of said notes or any portion
"thereof, the utilllngs to be kept. insured by
purchasers to an amount to ibe flxid by the
parties in interest. and polies i transferred to
holders of said notes or oinupons. and all other
usual clauses, l'uIrIhlisl.r. will he requiredlll' to
make a deposit of in ,.r ,enat on the amount of
adj udication iit the momennl t of saile.
Acts of sale before Ot)av Mora, l. Esi., notary
publlic, at thneexpenas of tpurl'llcasers.
ap27 my4 11 1i 25 jt1
PROPERTY ON T I A 1, A H'S It EE'i'. B1ET W EN
FRANKLIN ANIiD I.EI'RTY T'I'ItEETs.
FI ti' 1.IA STiAI.ON.
SUCCEsSIo N ()F AHA I'VYHON.
Second Dit triLt Cort ,f' the I'rih) of OUrlo.--n
No. :l9.n17.
B PLACIDE J. SPEAI, Auctioneer-OFFICE
40 ROYAl, HTitEET-- On SATURDAY.
June 1s. 1575, at 12 o'e0letk m. will be~ sold at
--iblle auction, at thl MEItCHI.1NTH AND AUT'
'IONEERS' EXC IIANU E.O N ltOYAL HT'l'iEET
BETWEEN CANAL, ANI (CUHTOMHI tºTS
BT'REETB by virtun, and in jlursuanceot, an or
der from the HEn. A. L. Titsot Judge of the
B cond District Court for the parish of Orl nis.
dated May 6. 157I. for eamount of said stutets
sion, the following doestrlhd proIerty, to wit
A CERT'IAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated in
the First District of this clty, in the square
Sbounded by Thalia. Liberty. Erate and Frauk
lin streets. designated by the No. 19 on a plan
drawn by 0. A. Hedin, architect, dated March,
i1s,. deposited In the Ifl.co of T. J. Beok. no
tary publln, anid on a sketch of T. A. d'Hllme
court, then deputy surveyor, datedl June 15. wteS,
according to which plan and sketch the said lot
measures ":2 foot 9 inches 5 lines front on Thalia
street by a depth, between parallel lines, of 127
eet 9 Inches 2 linnes. being the same property
which the said Asa Payson acquired. with other
lots, from Thomas W. Dick. by act passed beo
fore T. O. Starke. notary publlc, July 1I. 1955.
-Terms and Conditions-One-half cnsh. the
balance at one yenr's credit for note bheariog
special mortgage with vendor's lini and privi
lcoe on the prtoperty sold, with 5 per eont inte
rest per annum from date of sale till final pay
ment; the clause of 5 oer cent for attorney's
fees in ease of judlicil proceodings for the re
novery of payment of said note or any portion
thereof: Insurance and transfer of policy. andrl
all the other usual clauses. Pur,'haser required
to make a deposit of to per cent on amount (of
adjudicetion at the moment (f sal'.
Act of sale before A. J. Villore. Esq., notary
public,. at theexpenso of the purchatser.
myll 15 25 jet 8 15
W. A. ROBERTSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
o*ULOUAs,
Parish of 1. Landry
All business entrusts to me will be promptly -
,. tnded to. mystt
JUDICIAL ADVZI TIiMEl"TSI.
AUCTION *ALEi.
By Placide J. Spear.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON RT.
ANN BTREET. BETWEEN C(LAIBORNE
AND IOIJERT'TON STREETS. RECOND
DIHTRICT.
SUCCESSION OF FELIX VAI,ENTIN.
.econd District Court for the Parish of Orlanas
No. 40.164,
1 Y PLACIDE.I. SPEAR, Auctioneer- OFFTIF,
I 4111 ROYAL STRIEET'- A'TURDAY, .Tune
15, 1979. at 12 o'clock m., will be sold at public
auction at the MEltliANTS AND) AUC(
TIONEERIIS' EXCHANGE ON ROYAL STREr tT
BETWEEN CANAL AND CU;tTOMHO(lirC
BTIEET. Iy virtue and in pursuentce to
an order from the Honorable A. L. Tirnt,
Judge of the Hwonnd Dlstrlct Crt for tllhe pnr
ish of Orleans, ,dated May 7, 1497, for aqel mit ft
the above succession, the following d4terihbd
property, to wi' :
A CERTA IN LOT' OF (I ROUND, together with
all the Iuilllngs and improvements there-"n
and appnlrtenance'ls the'reunt4, belonging. sit
uated In the .econd District of this city. In the
square hounded by St. Ann, Orleans, Robert
son and ('lalhorna streets, and designated by
the No. s orf lnuarer No. 69, on a plan drawnl by
.1. A. Biougerol, United Htates deputy enginelr.
on the twenty-fifth October. 1q:.:, and annexed to
an lot dated nineteenth November, 18:1), before
fllgles Pedesolaux. late a notary public nll this
city. which lot of ground measures, in Ameri
can measure, il feet 11 Inches , lines front on St.
Ann street, 73 eoet 7 inches i lines in depth on
one slde, and 73 feet 4 inches 54 lines also in
depth on the other side line. Being the samn
property which was acqulired by the enlsaid e
eoased previous to his marrlage with his said
surviving widow at a uublic sale. made by the
sheriff of the parish of Orleans, on the twenty
third Septem~nr, lsi,. by virtue of a writ of fled
fatlas, to him direlted by the honorable the
Second District Court of New Orleans. at the
sllit of Philip Albuzzi. tutor, et,., vs. Marie
Itnine Silva. wife o[ Pierre Fausten. f. o. p.. No.
17(12 of the docket of said court; the title deed of
which said shetrif to the satdl ,'property. dated I
September 24. 151 has been duly registtere) d on
tihe same day inl tonvynallnon offl(4o ofl this lty
arid parish.book 57, folio 157, and rneorded nll
the clerk's ofllle of the said SH.onid Dittritr t
Court of New Orleans. on the thirtieth of same
month and year, in deed bonk marked U. follins
9, to10 and 11.
Terms and Condittion- One-hnlf onsh. 1ntl
the balance in one and two years in notes of tihe
purchatier. selllred iby mortgage andlll vendor's
lion and privilege on the prop4erty sold, alll
bearina 8 per cent interest etr anntlrn fromh l
date of sale until pahl. the lpulrchiaser to pay P
per cent attorney's fees on the amoulnt te10)d for
In case of judicial procee(dings leing IInstitutol
to enforce collection of said notes or any por- I
tion thereof; the properly to be kot llnsurlrd
by the purchaser, and tile policy trnnsferrle t,
the holder of said notes unltil finl payvment
thereof and for a satisfactory amount. and thie
purchaser to assulme the playIment tf all taxes,
both city and tate., diue anld exigiblo in the
years 1979 and 1879, over and above the price of
adjudication, the act to contain besidest the
clause of non alienando. The ipurchaser will
be required to make a deposit of to per )cent on
the amount of adjudication at tlhe mnomnut of
sale.
Act of sale before F. D. Segthers, Eq.. notary
putblic, at tile exlpense of purchaseor,
myll 19 2R1 jit s 15
By Hoey, Maeon & O'Connor.
VACANT LOT ON FBERET STREET AT
AUCTION.
BU(!CE~CRI)tN OF JOSEPH TAYLOR.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans --
No. ).,43s2.
BY HOEY. M14CON & Y'OONNOR--N-ichlolas
J. Hoey. A uctioneer-Offlme No. 11 (!lnrnl
delet street--ATURDAY, June 22, 197I. at 12
o'clock m., at the St. Charles Aultion ES
change, by virtue of an order of thet honor
able the Second District Court for the teriah
of Orleans. dated May 20, is78, will be soldi at
public auction
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situatedl ll
the Fourth District of this city. In the sl1re,
bounded by Washington. Sixth. Jacobts luow
Freret) and St. George (now Howartl streets,
designated as lot No. 8 and measuring s, feoot
front on Freret street by 12o feet in depth I, He
tween parallel lines.
Terms-Cash.
Act of sale at the expense of the purchlaser,
beforo William J. Castell. Est., notary pulle.
my22 252jel 815 22
DOUBLE COTTAGE IN THE SIXTH SDIM
'I'RICT,
SUCCESSION OF JOSEPHI BOUBD.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orlean -
No. 40,0;4.
BY HOEY, MAGON & O'CONNOR-Nicholas
J. Hoey Auctioneer-Offlce No. 11 Oaronde
lot street--ATURDAY. June 22 1878. at I.
o'clock in., at the St. Charles Auction Ex
change by virtue of nl order of the
honorable the Becond District. Corl't or teoi par
ish of Orleans, dated May 14. 1878. will be sold
by public auction, the following described prop
erty to wit
A I'ORTIO)N OF GROUND In the Rixth Dis
trict of this city, in the square bounded by
Levee. Jersey. Constantinople and Austerlit,
streetse. measuring 4r feet fronton Jersey streot
by 111 feet a Inches in depth more or loss.
The improvements comprise a double twot-story
frame house.
Terms--Cash: and purlchaser to asaltme ttly
mont of all taxes of 178, payable in 1i79.
Act of gtil at the expense of tilhe purchasor,
before Amedeeo Duca tl, Eel., notary tlibll'.
nlyl9 22 2 jelt 1522
TIlE FAMHMANN COTTON PRESS, AT ACU
TION--HAIE ON TWELVE MONTS"' i
IOND.
RU(tUCPI-ION OF IIENRY FAHMMANN.
Bnacond District Coullrt for tllhe Parlsilh f 4()rl~i' I -
No. 30.149.
T)Y UOEY. MACON & O'CONNOR NICIIO)
I- las J. lHon. Auctionot, cr----ffltr No,. it (Canrl
d)oi)t strt)4t-HATUIIIDAY, .)lll11 1. 1.75, et 12
o'elt,ck m. at t1ie Mt.. Charles Anotion 14Exla, ntl.lgtl
on Ht. (Clhalrl's sltreat.. by virtlue of 41 jlidglllint
rendo)'-d i1n thon ablrve ~ntlit!dl matt|r. ihy thin
honoreblelleo ,honond ilstrirt Coulrt If'r the I
1arislh -f ( rrle .a. on thll ftfth of April. 17,€.
and silt id oIl tIle tenth April. 1R7., and b11y vir
tuo of Itin olrdir rtnd)4reod oIn tlhe Ifolrtutlnlh orf
May. 1570. will I14 etlt! lt pullt i4 aultion, for at'
coulinlt of tile 5l4o1.t5ion1()11 of Henry itIlmllnlnl.,
tihe follt)whng dlorltbtd propOrty, tI) wit
A CEIIl'AIN HMUAILE Of (llOUN)lN in tt
First Dist riot of tili ,lty. Poml prled withi ItI al
liIpe, Enibhr44 t144. tr))r!t 11141 |,otust rtrotS,
1tnd m1.4nl4urillg a)lout 0ol fooeet 7 Inl'l) ,5 lin)1
In frl oil, eacl tth of said Frtrtrt and iLI,44uit
Rt roet lby atboolt ',.,: frnt 2 iuchos l ines ill frorlt
on caonh of oai C(llio4 41)nd a)ElihrosI ai t nreSI,ttt
togotthir with all thR lllhlinlgs and improve'.
mllnttsR. mianbhinry, etc.. thloroon, ntid known 1a.
the Fasswinn Ctlton Iress.
Terms of stilt- -This bning tht Rc onld und
final offertng. the' abovl de'se'rite'tl prtlttlorty
d,,r for whllirt )over it tity Itri hg, 4)n tw)ivw4 Imll lit ho'
crd4 itt, th lnrthlsor furnishing a. 0ond with
go,,ld slind solvnlit R.urIty, a? e law dtIrn1'4t.
nrlng lltr~net of 5 liter e4nt 14er nalnltm fromr
thn day of i)1.1o uIntil flnil yllaynnlnt, 1the il)ilmrovt
liiont1 tIo 1e k ptt, 1 full Ii r)iurd a14d 1o4li4i'ei,
transtfet-rr)d to Ith 4))4X444tor unitl h, bontii l is
paild.
Act of saln e the oxp nse of the unrchaseor
befor)I Chall. T. Moniat. Ejm., notary tubill.
myl, 1 02 29 ,il
- I'MOIRTANT TO CAPITALISTH.
OREAT MALE OF BOND) AND STOCKH AT
I'UBIC AUCTION.
SI'CCESSION OF WILLIAM B. WHITEII'EAD
Seon~ Distriot Court fort he Parish of Orletln-
No.. 9.550.
-.Y HOEY, MACON do-('OONNOR--Nlcholas
J. Hoey. Auctloneer-Offico. No. 11 Caronilo
let street-MONDAY, May 27. 187, at. 12 , o'clock
a. m., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange. on St.
Charles street, in this city of New Or leans, by
virtue of an order of the honorable the Se.ond
District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated
the fourteenth of May. 1475. will be sold at puh
lic aution, for account of the estate of William
B. Whitnhead. deceaaed, the following de(scribed
Itocks. Bonds. etc., to wit:
1. FORTY-SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
in State (Consols.
2. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-ONE
SHARES Germania National Bank Stock.
3. THREE HUNDRED ANI) THIRTY
THREE SHARES Merchants' Insurance Com
pany Stock.
4. TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-ONE
SHARES New Orleans Insurance Company
Stock.
5. FORTY SHARES Crescent Insurance Com
pnany Stock.
6. THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE
SHARES Home Insurance Company Stock.
7. TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonds
of the Waterworks Com any.
TO BE SOLD IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHAS
ERS.
Terms of sale-Cash on the spot before
delivery. myG1 1' 119 2 td
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION ,ALE.I.
By Placide J. Spear.
VALUABIiE IMPROVED PRIOPERTIES IN
THE SECOND DISTRICT.
COI:NEII OF ST. PHILIP AND VILLItE
ST I E'TS.
ROBERI T'TR)N STIIEET, BETWEEN BAYOU
Rl)AD AND UIJRULINES STIEET.
BAYOU TOAD. BIETWEEN I:OBERTSON AND
VIIILEHE RSTiREETS.
RSUr.,TERN4ION OF MRSI. "RARAIT LOPEZ,
WIDOW tOF ABRAHAM C(AZEIER.
Ric,-itn Dist.rict Court for tha Parish of Orllans
No. 3.,u I4(,
17 PTIACIDE J. SPEAR, Audinneer-OFFICE
No. -16 ROYAL STREET -On SATURDAY.
June a. 1a78, at 12 o'clock i. will tm shtl aIt Fll)
lie auction, at the MEROCIANTS AND AUC
TIONEERS' EXCHAN(tE. ON ROYAL
STREET BETWEEN CANAL AND CUSTOM
HOUSE MTIIEETH, by virtue and ton pu.rsu
anoR to a judgment randerd Atril 22. T7 , and
signod A pril 211. lT18. by the HIon. A. I,. Tlssat.
.Jldge of-tbh S.ond District Court for the
pirlih of Orleans, for aieiint of the , hlva
i i-cssi, ton, the following descrite)d Iproperty. to
wit
1. A CERTAIN PIECE OR PORTION OF
GROUND, together with the ht i lrdinlga and im
irovements thereon, and all rights and privl
Iogos thereto nlrtonging. a itoated itl the Rseondl
Distrlet of this lity. In Ilih sqluare boatlod by
St. Philitp, Villere. Dumaiin and Rohinrtsoni
atrents, forming the west rornfr of Ht. Phill i
ant Villans strent, and. monaarling (Fraii'm la
measurep) oi) feet front. on St. Philip strot b)y it
deoth ant front of c(; fot on Vtlarr astreet.
ulng the same property which the said dt
neased Sarah C!azernai ai'luiire't by pullrha.o
frrnm Dranllin B. MaRarty, bIy a't rpaaedi betforn
Josetih Colin. notary tilbli-. on tanuary 21,. 1H59.
2. A CERTAIN LO'i OF (141tJUN14, together
with tll llulldings ,tn'I Irnfitrl)vmi iifttl therleon
rind rights and p'rivile.te thloreto tbilonglng,
sltuatend in till Itlanboillrg Tri-mp. . Seconld liaR
trlct of this l ity. In soqare bi,iinded by Banyou
linal. Robertson, ITralll in ll land Cltrne
stra'-ts. de.signatd as lot. No. 2 alloI measurinrg.
IFrionli fIeastire. :1l foot fronnt oln Robertson
atront Iy 115 feet I inch t., linos In deth nl on ro)6
shle rll the right, aind 10 foot 1I; inches I Iln in
Sldepth i the line epiaratling it frimn it roipertry
now ori furmerly tholotitg to Iile ZlI. rMauil
li-re, with a width in i tthe roar of 'tS fioot i incrhe
5:. ,lins, separating it from property nlow or
fIirfrifly I)tlonling to Jeait Fruit iir. thel whoil
ti'r-ordinlg to a plan drawn by Jto0hiliii 1ltei .ir
voyir, atedrl optiembollr i, .:1)., annexed for
rfrferentrlo to an t pIsidal before Fllx d 'e Ar
ifnll, formerly a notatr inf this ilty. on ufily 11,
I:i5s. Whlich said piroperty was narquireid lby anHI
Ir ei-asetd Sarah Cizores by ptIrihasc from toer
nard (talliardanne, iby aln at Maialii, tefolr
,orsph Cohn. notary puble, on May 13:1, 1117.
.. A CERTAIN iIl'r (IF OROUN I tgetlher
wit the bulildings anl I[dimprov.emeits thereonf,
Itand sill tglihta natd l privil.ges thl-erto bloinuging.
sitluated In the l'iltlioulrg Trumn. HnoenInd Itis
trict of thisll city. in the stilar boiintlli .l t by
Ilaivn Rloaitd. Urailin.ns. Ilotihrtaon and Vill.re
streetsr , ielsigininiteit lit No. 29it anld milituring
419 feet 7 incihes front. otn Bayou Road. by a depitith
if ltni froot a riches on titn shi line dividing It
froni lot Nor. 2, Find litl feotd 11 inchoi ein de.itli
onl tin selt lin s.paIlnuraitig It from the protprty
now r Ifrmirly hiilontging to thie sl-r'risiton of
Marnte. ,thuwis. nil 12 foot i; In'llhli. in width In
tlin reota ;i being 41 rt oif the prnoperty d tliaintd
In it flan by .los, pl ili' , si rvlyor. anllrlodr
1flr r'fr'ontn to anl no!t p).as'sI bftora A Mnz-.l
ri-nil, frrlieiltv a notarv In this t ity. ton Iumim
hiir II, l-i. Wii.'h aid ripll rnlrty was ilolulrutl,
by asnid idIioasard Sarah (,lirnres, biy fltrcillhlin iat
i pllthl i sala thirnof ol n iJuly , 17. I by thn
ahI-iff of this parish. lnrldr and by viltun of ri
willt of solIIure and plill Isnclutd Iby thle hlonr
shin the Fhiiiurth Di-trilct (l'lrt for the titrish of
(o lllrns, lit thln llit oif Emile (lnzcarsua va Mr'.
Aloandrli (hlnrrtinnot,il widow oif latbril T.
Faz~inrid. To. 13d).51 f thlb dit,ikit ruf eali- r-'lir-t.
Teliris atnid Cn ( itliins- (lino-third cisht, anli
the tbitlalncnl on a credit of ililno andli twor yr-ars iil
lnote. rof lth Lprn ilhsr. ~,itnrodl iby mnrltgiign
and vendour's lion md tpriviling, ioi the property
siold. all( h(anltrl iinter'luRt at, t.ht rata of r pir
'ifnlt tp r "tlinnurlm froml dlata lntil vtll: siild
notes to btie dividl'd Into mipiloi tomtiil lthe ipar
tice In Interest. The plri'hianor to ind lhimself
to pay s per iant atlorney' fllsa In u-sie of alnit
itn sa!it nltlcs, and to keep) the proplrtlis in
autreul in an1 aioitnt eqital to that of the nfols
and trainsfi r the puuli es to thi hI t liriu of tn''
auta lil i ntc. Putri'tcasi. - will hli ritliri-I to
ImaRke a dlo.it of lit pnI r ..lnt ri ttihu amtunllt rof
aIdjldill'itllion at. the momlent of alen.
Anti of sale ,)rrn Anldrw ifor), Jr.. nrot ry
punli-, at thi oxptusi of 1purctha,.
fUy4 It 1" 25 tel H
THE UNDIVIDED INTERESTS IN AN) T'()
CERTAIN IMPROVEl) PROPEIITIFS IN't
THE FIRST AND HECONID DISTR TH. i
SUCCESSION OF DR, VICTOR (IRIMA, i
Hnoond IYstrtlt Court fr t hA I'arish of Orlans- i
No. 40.21.l .
T)YPIACI)DE.T. P'EAIL, Anotionnnr OFFICE a ;
"I0 lRtOYAL HrSTREET- HATURIDAY. J.uno
15. 197., IIt 12 o'clor k l , will bre 4r (l nt put -
lir anl.ion, at tho MERltCIANTh AN[)AUU
"TIONEERIS EX('IIANGE ON IROYALMI REET.
IIETWEEN C:Isi''OMIllOUSE ANID CANAL
HTrH.ETH. by virtun and ll pursnanon to ian
ordlr from tih flon. A. I,. Tihttr. ,rrlari rrf thit"
Hrrfonmd hDistrir't ('nort for the tartiah of Orltans.
rlatrd Mny 7. 174T. frn cco.' nt of thh abnove Ru w
(alron.ll. the following d-scrl.nd Iroertlnrs, to,
wit- -
i. THE UNDIVIJIED IIALF OF A CERTAIN
ILOT OF ( IROUND, with the tundividIni half of
thin nil lndi aI Id nl tnrovarnmnts thlrron.R it
unrtrdl in thl. SHnond I)istrict of this rit'y. in thn
i.jtlo artn inounlltdnd hv Conti. it. Ir)rlil. I. ,llrhrron
tult I)tnriphinin strnrtNl, mrlnnllrIlg, in Frnnctnh
rnn iorrn,. i;0 fornt fronrt on (JConti stront by 15n foit
in lir,,tlh. ht.tw nrlt inrqualI and varnlet lin r. Thrln I
rlnriivlliri half of thei ab)ovtrior rarlibhe property
'was nY nIr vl the Into DrI. (lriatily lvHr- i
rh.t. ftom Edgtr (Irimti.. na is vidiro'nd hv lan
Il, t ,passr d rnforn 'l'hn,,dorn (lnyoil. a I<rltrVy
ipubli,' in this i'lty, rn the l tw ity-fourth of July.
2. TiFE UNDIVYII)ED TWO-NINTHIS PAItT
IN ANI T1'O A Ill''T OF (GRIOUNID with ill
the luililiing a , itrrvi i ntn t trhrtrrtw t. t I t
untar dl in tlhe First l)isLtrit of this City, in the
arlllrlo hlllloundedl by Cinal. (' rro lnlit., (olmmon
tnd lt. ('chnrlr s strrtst. ntt ir rirItfI tnat te a lI ot
No., lon i plan drrawn by II. Ornt. Idnpltv .tlr
vov'''r. '0 the mixtoiR nth I.ian rylV. 1lO4, thu ' id
lot lhavinrt. in Amrnrrliun liruisrir', 2n fruit
incirh' front t on (arrirnri t str't, 14 i ootrl .
inolhnrs in widlth in tl h r.an r, fronting on an tilllrl
i: fnnt inchns I t lidne wihrr, opnirngll on (itm
I niri t rit. atndi 'omlrrnn t)o idrt lt i nd l oth rr i,
as ishwn on thr snid plain. tho rail ullty txr
itniing hrnk from Commontr at l t li di.Mltn 'r ofit
1b flint,
i. lTHE UNfDIVIDIEID TWO-NINTFIH PARTT
IN AND '1TO A LOT OF 11RON11N. with the
buildings r anrd irmntprovrents thnirnon, sitrutd
also in the First D)itrirt. of this 'ity in th,
naun hundd by (arroll. Por,'rr, nl('yral
ind CaroU nl at .rootm. an(i dnirgnatd by the
No. R on a ilan drawn by Pilin anrld aninrnrand t
an tnt. tp)i,as1 rd r l for, thl !nill Thlodirr G o.l l.
not ry, Ion A nlgt 21. 147t; lthe aid Int havn ri .
In Am nrian Itmonsruo,. to ftioot 7 inl el front onl
Car'roll stri.lt Iv 120 rfot inL dlepth.
Tho rrnlivlidid on-rnrintth part of the prnpirty
athov' s'ondly anrd thirdly d.ertrib I was iv n
hIritnrd Iy the taid late Doctor (rirlmn from tMis
Frtantll.in Mario rimi, tndrilnr her olograptlhi
Ilst will and tRotam-nnt, datid .iutlh ,Tun, I ,r,
Int, prroiblatod in thi Slecond Distrirt Couirt for
the par ih of Orlians ont the tornth day of No.
vEmhnr (rf the same yearl, indr ti '. No. 14t1r13 of
thn do.knt of thrn aid nourrt. and tho other tn
dlivdl d one-ninth part of thit said propprti.s
was rreuirdl by thn late Dr. Victor rrima ly
purchna.n from Edgar (irlma, as napears by thr
ahoyv mentioned aCOt tpaosdtl btfor th said
(lUnyl. notary. on the twent v-ninth .tly, 1t75.
Terms - Cash.
Arts of saln h--fore C. (G. Andry, notary Ltill,,
at th.n ixprnnsr of pirihaseras.
myll 14 25 ioIt A I
BANK AND INSURANCE RTttOCKS. B)OOK
ACCOUNTS. NOTES. JUDGMENTS. ETC.
SUCCESSION OF J.. (IK. OURDAIN.
Second DistrictCourtfor thnParIsh of Orleans
No. 37,811.
BY PLACTDE J.8 PEAR. Anefoner--OFFICE
No. 411 R40O AL STREET-TUESDAY, May I
2, 1i74. at. 11 o'irlok a. m.. will tit sold at piub
lic aunion, at No. 41, ROYAL STIREET. BE
'IWEEN CUSTOMHOUSE AND BIENVILLE
STREETS, by virtue and in pursiuan,'e to arn
order from the Hon. A. I, Tissot, Juigi of the
Scrmnd District Court for the parish of Orleans,
dated May 7, 187. for accournt of the above sue
FIVE SHARER of 1t1 each in the capital stock
of the New Orleans insurance Assoulation, as
per certificate No. 223.
THIRTY SHARER of Is0 each In the capital
sock of the People's Bank of New Orloans, as
per certiflcates Nos. 90,.410 771.
hUND'Y BOOK ACCOUNTS, NOTES AND
JUDGMENTS. as per inventory on file in the
Second District Court, and at the offioe of the
auctioneer for r'ference.
Terms-Cashb on adjudication.
MY9 14 11 18 21 25 28
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION MALEn.
By Plaoide J. Spear.
MOST VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPER
TIES IN THE THIRD DISTRICT- Corner
Greatmen street and Elysian Fields--Cor
ner of Elysian Fields and Oreatrmen
streets--ElyRian Fields. between Solidelle
and JTrepithlnt treet.
RU(CESSIONS OF MIt. AND MIRS. JOSEPH
SEITFER.
Second District Cont for the Parish of Orleans
No. 40.120.
BY PLACI DE J. SPEAR Auetloneer-OFFICIE
40 ROYAL ST'IEET--SATURDAY. June
29. 1979. at 12 o'clock m. will beo sold at public
anution. at the MEidIIANTS AND AUC
TIONEERS' EXCHANGE, ON ROYAL STREET.
IBETWEEN CANAL AND CU;TOMHOUSE
STREETS. hy virtue alld in pursuanre to an
order from H on. A. L. Tissot. Judge of the
Second District Court for the Parish of Or
loans, dated Mny 1.5. 17s, for account of the
above suicessions. the following described
proverties, to wit--
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated
In the Third Distreit of this city. in the sluare
tounded by Elysian Fields. Dauphine, Marigny
and Casacalvo street, forming the corner of
Elysian Fields and Greatmen or Dauvhine
streets, measuring 2t feet C Inh'iest fron on Ely
sian Fields street by 13 feet , Inches In depth
and front on Ore.itimen strnet. between parallel
lines, American measure, actluired by said
Joseph Neither at a prrlie sale thereof made on
the tenth March. 1RCr. by Charles Blenvenu,
then sheriff of the perish of Orleans, as per
sheriff's deed, dated onl the said tenth of March,
18ti. and registered In the conveyance offlee of
this city, in ,ook No,. 1, folio 1:r2.
2. A CERTAIN LOT' OF (tI'OUND, with the
buildings and improvemnnts thereon. situated
in the Third District of this clty, in the squarn
hounndd by Elvysan Fields. Oreantmrne, Uraps
a nd Mnriny streets. dieslgnater d by the N,. I on
a Llan drawn by J. A. d'llrmneotirt. fourth No
vernter, lrea. Said lot forms the cor ner of
Elvainn Fields and (reatmien streets, and
.llOeesres, in Amerflli measure. ia feet front.
on ElySlan Fields ,streit. the same width In the
rear, by t, feet 10 iocht e ; lines in depth. i
Aeuailred by said ,Joserph Sittther hy ipurchase
from Jmnes Itrowwnl. y at before William Shan
non, notary in this city, on the twenty-s~condl
De.mber, 1861.
it. A CERTAIN LOT O(F (OtOUND. with the
ti|llndiR ati r improvements thereon. sitllated.
in the Third Distriet, f this city. in 'hte s' vare
ttunded by SolidulIn. Elysian Fields, Mariany
anad Josetnhinie streets. nllicasnurlin French
Inetnsir"n. 12i faeet front( on Elysian Fields street,
the saei front. on Marigty street, by the whole
depth from llne street to the other. say 2ts feet
inches bIetweIn parallol lines. Aculilrted by said
.oseph heit.her by ipurchase from Mrs. Coelle
I lerdil, by act bfr ,, t itavte 'l'Armas, a notary
i'ul'liP' in this city. oni the twetwntnilhth of Miy.
1477, registerend in the conveyauce offite of this
city, In hook 10l1, folio 357.
Terms anIlld ('onditionlita- Onn-half cash, arnd
the bIalanrt on ia credit (tf oine terl, fr wnottt
or iotes litering pair 't cent lirtereat fromn date
of sale secured ryt mortngae and vertlr's lien
and priviligen tn thi prIpert y sold ; tta hllild
ilgs to he kept insured andt thi poili,.ies trtns
,f rreil to the, vtnldor: the purchasears to 1tpay
tper tcent attorney's fens, to t ollei't tht notes tr
prustic'te their payment in asen tof non-pny.
I to. rt nat matrity. The taxes due and txigible
in I~47 to ht paid by the ptir.lTasetrs over and
abovi the pritne of atljnidiciltin. PuIlrchasers rn
Sllirdil to make a delosit of 10 per cent on t~he
amoullnt of alidlldcatio,n at tht momenrt of sale.
Acts if .saci before A. D. Dorhromrt notary
pwbli,. at thei, expense of the tIIurtiiiasers.
rinl5 25 jl ' 2 2.
'TIlE LIN(t Es'i'AI[,I,~IrElI APOTHIJECAfY
OTANID AND, FAMILA RESIDIENC(E ON
(IAR'llliES TrI..iEET, i TWi EN 'Ton;.
L(U.rSE AND ST. I'ET'ER. HTItEIETrH. SEC:
(ND DI'i'i L'T.
EIGARtli I,AIE VS. 'TIilE MINOI:s MA.
TillflE MAIRTIN AND LATI;IENT MAIl
TIIN ET' AIS.
Third District Co.irt for thet, trish of (Irleans-
N,. 14,H7 1.
iI P,:TIEJ. RI'EAR. Anrotionar-OFFICE "
I 4; IP(itYAb , STItEET--TSA'T'UIlIAY, May 25, C
197r, lt 1' no',lo, k m. will b, sold at publti
at'rtlin at tihe MERCIIANTS AND AUCTION
EEIi' EXClIANGE. ON ROYAL STREET, HE
IWEEN CANAL AND CUSTIOM-lHOrHE
H'I'rEET,' . by virtln airn itn plurllnaeo of
two imutli onta randterd respectively March
27 antI April 1a, 179 by tht Hlon. F. A. Monron.
Jurln of thoThird istrit,' Court for tho pariah
orf O(rloti.t ttnd ttignUo ristpo"'ttvely April I arnd
1 . I in tin thovo rinattor. the fotllwing d(. -
,rlinul ro ,urty, to wit -
A OEILAIN lr OF GROUND, tognthr f
with t.hu hbuildinga rand imtprovrnints thurpon.
rightes. wayR and privilog.s thorounto botling
irl or In anywisn aIt,ourtutining. sittiat.d. lyinrg c
and ,oiog in thie ts o. rid Di-trltl of tlhis city. in hit
th lll.are bt houndled by Chartrom. Ht.. I'Attr. at
RIvanl andt TotlolRAt striots. mounurlng. Frranch I
iroatlrn . St foot I InchnR front on (hartrrs ti
't root. R7 fent in 'dopth on tht line which divlde. tt
it on tho Inft frorm the prop.erty formerly t
longIng t9o Ilrnard MarIlgny, t fient 2 inehrl on
tlho rnor linn partllr l to Chartres stront. thon., I
u foont on a line running towards Chartres at
stront,. i foot r inrhons on at linn forming a right -
anglo with the last dtaorilbid Ilnn. opnnIng of n i
mii llh th n raid lot, 17 foot 2 Inuchua on a linn
running toward.r Mid COhartriR troot.: foot. (on
anothlir linn ononing of Rn.oncoh th, BaidI lot
of ground. and finally. it foot 10 inehno on a
linn pnrpendinular to Chartres stroint and
rn'ahing thu front lino: wcutired hby M. Martin
by I lrrcltuos from Mrs. Jo.rphinn tiorot, wlf, of
(iiillanm, Rtobert, ai nor act daton] S~optimln r r
i. 1t,1. exocutod before Amntlon Dlucatol. lotary
putbli,'.
'T[rasn and Conditlion-Ononthird ca,.h. th'n
halane on it credlt of onu and two years, repro
pntold hy thu nots of thi ptllrhatsr. dividl'il
iiit(, x'nupniti as r'tntirtId by th ptartito in in
ti,rost. Iearing (i par enllt Intereost. Lpr nirnrin k
from the dlnt of adjudliatilon until paid l.. n
enrodl by morrtngn and velrldor's privilgyn or n
i th. property sold; litih unrihanor to konop thu,
l i-litllngigs i ltrt d i ainutt. losse by fir,. tttd to
tr .ttsfor thu polliy to thit v ,nlor. anid in ita(
of Sit it on the ttin , tl o pay , per ('-nt ttt.tornov.
f,",s. Purhansor roiurirorl to tiako . ,inprit of .
It patnr ,lntt. on moi rumtiut ollf at iiudination at nlt,
mnt of sale.
T'h, t.t. of sale to contain the pact of do Iron
Ialionand n, o. i ll to hton iFp d nit ti r pIt rchasor'e
Sn.ptiqso hoforo Amtedhto itrutrol. notarry ubil",
1.r will fru all thu taxes i n no and jgibll In 1t79.
Fapt ir 27 Iryt I1 Yt 25
FA ltII,Y ittif F lEI:Y ITOIE I1, AI4t- Ittt ,M .
sT itFE, FIXITUItEt,. LIQUOIHS. WINES, ETC.
SUCCESSION OF HfENI:Y IDEMASHIET.
S-'t, lld Distri,'t C(urt Ifor lthe Parish of Orltans-
N o. tt.,l i.
Y PLACIDE J. SPIEAR, Antioneer -OFFICE
i No. 4I ROYAL ST'IREET WED)NEDI.iAY.
May 2:, 1t-7R. at ito o ''look. most pr ,is,'ily, will tin
so.d rat publilto al'tlion, at thie corlner of Franklin
aind (ltsulnt strt.rntl, by virtiie and in pui rsuantin
to artt rdonr from thit ifln, A. L. 'lTr1', ,d lg.g of '
the Svndnl DIs rit C(,ort, for thi plriah of Or
Imllna. datod May n1. 1k27, for arucoutt. of said
I. A LARGE AND SEILECT A.MORTMENT'
iOF CHOICE FAMILY OItOCEIEF, WINES.
LitUtillm., ETC.
2. SHTORE AND GAM FIXTUREIS.
3. I:Alt ROOM AND FIXTUlREr.
4. i I:AsKETS KIUGi AND O'I'IER CII M
i'AGNSH.
i5. t CASES VERMOUTH AND SCIINAtPI'S. I
n. 120Si BOTTLES CLARET.
7. I.ut GALLT,ON AND I)OTTILER 1,I)l CO()(
NAC. MADEIRA MHlEIRY. I'ORT WINE AND
OTHER Lt UOflS
R. is PB.ltHELS WTIIRKY. GIN ETC.
. 1 IIORHE. CART AND WAGObN. 1
tLt 1 CHAISE. CARtT. ETC.
Tirms -CasIh. my17 21 2' dL
Ii. & N. SAMORY,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
Nos. 41 and 47 Decatur street,
New Orleans.
BEGULAR CATALOGUE AUCTION BALE&
BOOTS. SHOES AND BROGANS,
TUESDAYS AND THURSDATS
Of each week.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
anll am
Is acknowledged to be the
BEST AND CHEAPEST OF ALL
SOAPS.
It Is manufactured with BORAX, free of any
ADULTERATIONS.
Patented and manufactured by
J. H. KELLER,
sphl 1 110 Gravier street,
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION *ALFAb.
By Chas. H. Reed.
LARGE TWO-STORY RESIDENCE, WITH
HALLB AND TWO T OI'H OF OROIIND, IN
UARBOLLTON: FOUIT FINE LOTS. WELL
LOCATED.
SUCCESSION OF JOHN DAVENPORT AND
AMELIA L. DAVENPORIT. id WIFE.
Second Diatrict Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. tn.nor2.
SY COIAR. H. REED, AUCTIONEER-Offime
14. (Iravier street-RATURHAY, June 29,
178, at 12 o'clock m.. at the Merehants and Auc
tioneers' Exchange. on Royal street, hbtween
Canal and Customhlouse streets, by virtue of an
order of the Hon. A. T,. Tissot. Judge of the
Second District Court fr the parish of Or
leans, signledi May 29. 1875 for account of the
above entitled succession. the propertlen at auc
tion
1. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GRO()UND. with
all the builldings and Improvemen s thereon, in
the Seventh District of this city (formerly (ar
rollton), In square 22 It, hounded by First.
Washington, Hiampson and Short streets, and
known as lots .j1 and It of a plan in the offce of
H. Magner late notary, whnih plan is
known as No. s5. Each lot measures 3o feet
front on Hamp sn street by a depth of 120 feet
between parallel lines. Said property was ac
quired by John Davenport, from the New Or
leans and Carrollton Railroad Company, by avt
of S. Magner, notary, May s. 1890. The im
provements consist of a large and commodious
two-story residence slate roof. halls, seven or
eight rooms, outbuildings, etc.
2. FOUR LOTS OF GROUND. same District,.
in the square bounded by Washington, Iamp
son. Short and Second streets, known as lota
1.2. 3 and 11 of square No. 22 S, of a plan in pos
session of S. Cohn. Lots I, 2 andI n measure
each 3o feet front on Short street ,y a depth of
120 feet between parallel lines. Lot. I forms the
corner of lfampson and 8hort. streets. Lot it
measures 35 feet front on ITampson street by
137 feet i, Inches depth between parallel lines
American measure. Those Iota arc high. well
located well fenced and off,"r inducements
either for resaldneren or store Ioullr.oto. Each
lot will be sold separatelr.
Terms- )On third cash. balance in notes of
the purchaser for iljual amounts, payable in
one and two years after dateof sale, snid notes
to t)ear Interest at the rate of a per cent from
date till paid, and to bie secured by vender's lien
anrd privilege and speclal mortgage on the pro
perty sold and all usual cilluses of attorney'R
fe',s, transfer of itnsuranutI. ot'e.
Arts of sale by John BRndernagcl, notary. at.
purclihser', expeonse. tHee lianl at Exo-hange.
my75 t"1 8 15 .? 21(
By O. Valeten.
MATfIRTAIl OF A FTREWORRH FACTOItY.
I:T C('ESRION OF .1O-. FERROT;ILLET.
ecorid Distrit. (:ocurt for the Parislh of Orleans
No. 40.:;O,.
I.Y O . VALET(ON. An.tioneer -FRIT)IAY
F May 31, 1873, at 5 o',l'o'k p. in., will th sorl
at No 267 (arondelet Walk, In heditnone to an
order from the Hion. A. L. l'isst. Juldge of the
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans,
dated May 18. 1875-
ALL THE MATERIALS niecessary for the
manufacture of Fireworks.
Tertrae- (Cash on the spot. rny21 25 31
RESTAURANTS.
BOUDRO'S RESTAURANT,
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN,
Is now ready for the refention of gnuests. The
tRetaurant having undergone a thorough over
harling is now in a first class condition.
All orders left at LEON LAMOTHE'S. 28 St.
Charles street, will meet with prompt attention
mhlS tf JARY & HAIS:RE. Proirrletors.
13 I OW N'IW
LAKE PARK HOUSE
-AT TTFi-
NEW LAKE END
has been elengantly fitted up and is now oplen
for the Season.
THE RESTAURANT AND BAR
cannot hesunrpased. This spacious buillding
has just been r~bullt. and has all the comforts
and conveniences necessary to Insurnthe plaas
ire of visitors. Among these we might men
tion the neat. and li orn frtable dinling room, and
the broad and dellghtful galleries.
Moderate Charwes
and every attention paid to visitors.
mhassm
I -- -----
SMIGUUEL RESTAURANT.
Phoenlx House, Pontchartraln Lake End,
Mllneblurg, Old Lake.
Having reopened. refltted and refnrnished
with all the latet imrprovements the above well
known saloon. I am now prepared to receive
my friends and customers. Prices very reas
onable.
Orders for T)inner can hb lft with John Trig
Conl. at thncuitom Exrhango. corner Canal and
Docatur streets.
mh4 am MIOUEfJL IRIROLARI.
ROBERT E. LEE
STOVE.
IHIIR RTOVE HAH JUST BEEN INTRO
L ainoldin this market. It Is rnanufaotured
in Oeorgla, and l prtesnted to the publi, na the
vual of any Htove on this market for all house
hold ptur ,oes, with a full gnarantee to that ef
fe't t.whilt it Il sold fully TWENTY PER CENT
CHEAPER, by the undersligned.
i.JAMEN4 II. ItEYNOLDM,
General House and Steamboat Smith,
Plumbing, GnO and Stneam Plme Fitting. Stoves.
Ranges and Pumps.
90............ Baronne Street ........0...
Betwwen Union and Perdldo streets,
ap:3 ty NEW ORLEANS. LA.
JULIO,
PORTRAIT PAINTER
No. 3 Carundelet Street, New Orleans.
Portraits from life
or from pictures of
the decorased (in oil or
crayon), from 525 to
$150.
My ART GALLERY
is a place of free re
sort, and the public
is invited to visit it at
pleasure.
dele tf
QOULE'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
L Literary Institute.-Day and evening ses
sions the entire year: elective system; 32
branches of study dail lectures; gymnasium
exercise; speclal care given to native capaciti.
disposition, manners, health and morals; non
secaarian: students free to college, literary and
debating society; full faculty; large, well ven
tilated study rooms, and all n a pars
t.s spseelai classes in partulaetaudes, for
boys. fe2iaiT $to1 to
MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMErNTS.
WHARF IMI'ROVEMENT BOND'S.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE CITY fTrr, I
New Orlians, May '::, 147.
Sealed propnoals will be receivead at tt:i det.
vartment until TUESDAY. May 29. 1-47. at it
o'clock a. in.. for the sale to the city of TEN
WHARF IMPROVEMENT BIONDIS.
The city reservae thel right tor, reject an nr all
bide. .I. C. DENIH.
my24 tl Almintistrlter.
HALE OF THE IEVENUES Of' TillH
PI'I LIC(' MARKETS.
BY HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR.
DIPAR'rMENT on (CowMMR(a . CITr ITrt-L,
New O(rl.,r ,. May n. I:^+. I
Will be olid at, pthille at,'tion, in thi' C:on.
lil Cham·ber, (City Hall, onA ATUIIDAY, May is,
187R, at 12 o'clock in., the revnnues of the
killowing mentioned markets for the month
of Jno. 18781 viz:
Frnit, and Vegetable Markets.
French Ml.nt Market.
Poydras and Pille Markets.
Treme Market.
Washington and Port Markets.
Ht. Bernard Market.
IeBrleton Market.
Ht. Mary's Market.
Ma.azine Market.
(Claiborne Market.
Jefferson Clity. Market.,
Horapuru Market.
Ninth Street Market.
Algiers Mnrket.
Dryades Market.
The markets will be sol, .,la:ratnl y.
Terms and ()onulitlons Cachti on the spotr la
United tHtaes culrrency.
The clty reserves the right. to rieject nr7y and
all bide.
CHARIE (CAVANAC.
my21 21 2 Administr'ator of Comm-e .e.
PROPOSALS FOR TIlE PURCHANE OF
STOCK IN THE NEW ORLEANS
WATERWORKS COMPANY.
OFFT(uO 'Fmr CoMMIlssrNoErS o T7 9 Cotl.
BOLIIDA'rED DEBT Rloon, No. 5. City HlaRf.
lnw Orleans. Ma.y 14 1I,78.
Roalnd proposals will te received at this Do
partment until WEDNEHDAY, thotwenty ninth
day of May. 197t. at 11 o'clock, for the pnrchi e of
TWO THOUSAND HIARFk4 (more or les.: of
one hundred dollars each. in the New Orleans
Waterworka Company. Ipayabin in the ,flating
debt of the alty, as anthoriz-ed and described in
ordinance No. 4459, A. ,.. a, follows:
Certiflcates of attproprintion.
(ertiflcates for five-eight.hs tax excess.
Tax warrants.
Interest eOlln.pon dUn prior to J.Tly 1. 141.
Interest coup'ons Witerworks bonds.
Unpaid ordinancen for years 17732. 1875. 1975
1976. 1l77.
Regiatered judgments.
Criminal. jury and coroners' warrantz
City money, e.t.
Certified debt, of the city of Carrollton.
Bitl to state the higthest riT for stor l. not
les than par, payable in floating debt. as amove
described.
Blank forms for proposaRln may be hald fv a
plying at the otffon of Atdministrator of Pi'lic
Accounts.
The city reserves the right to reinet any or all
bids, and answers will ), given the folo.,ing
day at i m.
ED. PILHIBURY. Mayor.
J. O. DENIS. Adm'r of Finanne.
J. O. BROWN.Adm'rPub. Ar'ta,
myl5 td Commissioners Consolidated Debt.
THE SINGER
Sowing Machine,
Acknowledged by all to hn the hbet. It !; tho
only mayhlne unscrupulolls men have near at
temptedr to imitate, whlrh is nfficient evi~=uo)
of its superiority over all others.
Beware of worthless imitations.
No seeond-hand mavhlne dnaler has the tseW
Genuine Singer Mrhine for snln, Those they
offer arne ither BOGUS. or OLD ONES Vdauted
over to deoneive.
No "Finger" Machine is arennlne witho't the
above Trade mark on the arm of the ma~hine.
The ,ompany have but one offleo in the city,
The Minger Mannfacturin l Company,
my14 2m S! Canal street.
(ITIZEN'. SAVINGS BANK,
(A Bank for Small Savings)
GRUNEWALD HALL,
22........ .. Baronne Street......... ..22
SPEGIAL LEGISLATIVE CHAIRTER.
This Savings Bank will receive on deposit and
pay interest at the rate of 6 por cent per annum
on such small sums of money as may from time
to time he offered therefor by mechanics, clerks.
minors and others, thus securing protection
from robbery, accident or fraud. and also aford
ing a means of proflt on savings by the semi
annual interest paid.
By soecial provision of law, married women
and minors can deposit money in their own
name, and it mcn be drawn by themselves only.
Such dvel1its cannot be controlled by hbe
bands parents or tutors.
Apply for Charter and By-laws.
J. L. GUBERNATOR. Presldsnt.
M. BENNEB Cashier.
J. L. OUBERNATOR, E. W. HUNTINGTON.
E~ P. CHAMPLIN M. RENNER.
LOaUIS GRUNEWALD.
my26ly2dp
J. . WALKER, D. D. 8.,
154- ... .......Canal street ............. 1
OARBE ULIR PERPOBMS ALL OPERATIOIN
es lIy IN DENTISTRY.

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