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JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES.
i JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
Btary and Commercial.
MOM START.
!£OE OF TUB DAILY REPUBLICAN i
Tukhdat Etkhiko. December 31, ' i
oney market, lias not exhibited any
ores to-day. The demand continues
|rom parties who can not turnish
|le security exacted by capitalists,
Bind this the movement has been
[ >et. The banks discount for their
to a fair extent. On the street
§, with solid collaterals, ore done
! 1 cent V month, but second grade
l. Mortgage paper is quoted at 12
M nt ^ aunum, but exceptional
as have been made as high as lo.
cior» of the gaslight company dc
ividend yesterday of 6 y cent, or
* ^1 the profits pf the past ßix
day the Bank of Amerioa
"handsome amount of io
months ending to-day.
has been remarkably euc
ing incurred very lew loss, s
a large and lucrative
discounting commercial paper
astomets und in domestic exchange,
ling foreign, to which it# immunity
*ra loss may be meiuly attributed. Its
;>4ts fop the six months amount to 15 ö
iL 1 . 5 $ cent of which it carries to its re
lie fund, and 10 1 U cent it divides among
•iockholders. *
4 *ld opened at 132J<3}132|, find after a
limited business closed at about the
aX The sales include $10,000 at 132i(2l
; $2000 at 1321; and $4000; in two equal
is, at 1321- There was no speculative
tng apparent, and only a limited cub
ipiouse demand. A gold check on New
-u*k for $10,000 was passed at par, and
0,000 (12,000 and 18,000) at | ty cent dis
dt. The banks check oh New York for
at 1 premium." Nothiug was reported
idver.
B e have but little variation to report in
ign exchange. The sales of sterling iu
le £11.000 full of lading (2000, 2000, and
I) at 144; £2000 at 1441; £8000 A1 (3000 and '
>,000 at 3 [email protected] 90, 60,000 A1 at 3.021,
another round amount at 3. 931. Sterling
r be quoted at 143&@144 for apod bill of
ig, 1444<3)145, for A1 bill of wading and
, and 1-40(3)147 for bank; and francs at
|[email protected] good to A1 commercial, aud
I to 3.87f for private bankers' aud banks,
^mestic exchange was firm at yestevday's
The banks checked on New York at
ent discount, and the »ales of oomiuer
I included $40.000 New York sight at 11 16
T discount, $250,000 in several amounts
I taken by several putties at 1. $10,000
padelpfiia sight at f, $10,000 one day's
t on New York at the same, and $19,000
stays' at lfc discount.
"bnly sale of stocks reported whs 25
r Louisiana State bank at —. Quota
lore are nominal. '
>4èear of no further sales of city bonds,
s Onsolidated are still quoted at [email protected],
1 tie jail road issues at 67.
Jitj treasury notq? sold at sti 1 lower
T discount for the large, the sales in
■ $10 000 at 14$ cent. There were
1er iaies at 15. They are now quoted at
Mm. and |he small bills at m
|ich \tui movement is to,A fair extent.
excited quite a speculative ttur
( with,' { iowever, a fair demand for taxes,
replied Halt s embraced $1500 at 35£
.«uut;$1500 at 35; $4000 at 33; $1000 and
> at llkud $2250 at 29|.
. OUMHkftt UL.
T^Hl'AT Evkhino December 81, 1857.
■.—»'he sales to-day amounted to
bales, at about previous rates fur the
l'"Br^ ghw. but akstitfer prices for the
uuliag aitf better qualities. We now
bte ordiuiiy.at 1$4<3)12 $c., good ordinary
iow tuiddltug at 14^144c.,
lag at \4j(3l$4$c.. strict middling at
c., and V«*od middling at. —<jg)15£.
he market Wniu qpeued with a general
IrathernpiMed demand but only a mod*
"# supply, Wd factors asking outside
b; but at a Iktr hour in#re samples were
1 and widtfucopg afforded to buyers.
( these Cmunstance* ihe sales
■med up the amount noted above. Clean,
i running lists of* low middling and
dling commanded outside figures, or a
|tioB more. Yke supply ot these de
ptious is inadequate to the demand. Ou
other hand néàvcted lots were »old to
t a# they have Uk;ji every day for some
past, at lesi than outside r*tc*,
such (ransaclpuà w« regard us
nptioual, and uk a fair basis for
Itatioire. The jtoitsk of the pant three
$8 sum up 15,250 bike, taken mostly for
'gu export, but wift a limited business
iorthern account. * The receipts proper
■ the same period, exèuding the arrivals
Mobile, Florida, ant Texas, which are
J ied. in .their roapAuve statonseuts,
t to 19,035 bahl against 17,214
the coirvspouding (eriod lust week,
g au increase of lbs bales. The*«
Comprise 15.693 DaleiîW» bracing 6467
Uferpool, #508 to HavW 19i0 to Bar
6L8 to New YorlT
»■—The receipts Ihis] morning cpm
e 1958 hogsheads. The demand continues
J food, and prices are rating with an
•iwd tendency, though they do not show
■'ther quotable advance as yet. The
-jnnraco most of the receipts at
? 8> for inferior | for common;
mi. lor good commun; X0M£llit. for
12i(gJ 124« for good fair: 124^ 13c. for
FF Mr; 1S|C- forprii»#; 13|c. tor choice:
YsS» jeliow clarified; 14|e. for white;
[email protected] for seconds.
lOLASeuj -The receipts this morning cam
N lOtifi barrels aad 84 half-barrels. The
uid is active at full prices and ihe
embrace all the receipts at 4(te. 7$
for infeiwr; 57|c.Jbr good common;
Por fair- 60&$5c. for fermenting; 65
•cd; 68<^7«v;. lor prime, aud 72|@75c
nice. Borne half-barrels choice brought
jlKivsiJ »bom th* Wrst—T he steamers
k* Tei.der, froai LouibVille, and Ktar
Br
Br
Br
I
be
is
at
18.
d
of
C
frqm OincUm.il, Uave orrived «iuce
' >c~u*nl.f.
il C 1 .|tl w,_____ _____ ____
»r Ao bf Mrrcttt in their Wws .ud
iug better prie, b.t otherwise the
U uue*biüHed. The deumud ia
. y loc.l, snti liiuittd at that. In huit
. lîi 11 *** •" mostly tu a jobhing
The Mie. ttêd.y were confined to 929
, of which 7« fin« at *7 «I: US trebl«
ant $11 76; 160 and JfiO choice extra on
-9« terms; 12« bt>|,. at 9« 75 for com
and 98 1er fine; 75 treble extra at
5; and 160 choice extra at SU W bbl
'•—The market ia dull hud deureawd.
' imelay are couflned to 900 hijia., of
t yellow .old a
-Are dull,
Sales to day
Ohio river, light, 70c., l
i.a, of which
700 prime ot
MÎÎootts 1 '"* iD ,B,a11 lo ^* Ihhtrade
Ir-Pikue Weitem is In light »apply,
sat$23 V ton for
s yery doll. There is
'ISfafJf
hams .16
Marine Intel ligence.
•VTIOB OF THE DAILY REPUBLICAN,
Wednesday, J *nti»ry 1, 11*7.
0LEAEED TEBTE1DAT.
Clinton, B<
— hltney &co
Steamship Hudson, Blakeny, for Indianola
«-Master
Bark Annie Kimball, Lincoln, for Havre—
Creevy, Nickenon &co
Br bark Iron Queen, Evans, for Liverpool—
J If Ashbrtdgc & Decan
Br ship 8imi, Pay sob, for Lirerpool— J H
Ashbridge & Decun ÿ
AREIVED YE8TEEDAT.
Steamship St Mary, Bourne, from Indianola
and Galveston, to*C A Whitney &co—
1st district 11
Steamship Hudson, Blakeny, from Indian
ola, to master—4th district 59
Steamship Lizzie, Felcher, from Pensacola,
. to J C Rogers &co—New Basin
Brig Daphne, Young, from Vera Cru*, in
ballast, to master—1st district 18
Schooner Charlotte, Pepper,from Pensacola,
to master—New Basin
BTEAÉ BOATS.
Legal Tender, Roberts, from Louisville.
Henry Ames, Crawford, from Memphis
Victory, Abrams, from Baton Rouge.
Wild wagoner, Gros», from Natchez.
New fcfca, Dugas, from Doualdsouville.
Mary, Carroll, from Mobile.
Agnes, Ruf, from Barataria.
BELOW ÖÖilINO BP.
Br ship Berkely Castle, James, from Liver
E ool November 7, to J H Ashbridge A
ecan
Brship Mand Home, Liswell, from Ant
werk October 28, to Lovell A Bailey
Ship Island Light, McFee, from Liverpool,
to Meeker, Knox &co
Bark St Cloud, Ames, from Bordeaux Nov 6
Steamship Cuba, Dukehart, from Baltimore
via Havana, Witherspoon A Halsey
SPECIAL NOTICES.
PestoMee Notice.—Postofhce. new Orleans,
Ln, December 31, 1867.— The Posfoffice nill be
closed on the 1st of JANUARY, 1868 at 1 P. M.
R. W. TALIAFERRO,
i«» Postmaster.
Rye u< Ear —I beg to acquaint the publie that
I hare removed to No. 5 Basin street, and that I oau
be consulted, a* heretofore, on all diseases and de
rangement, of the Eye and Ear, embracing Deaf
nws, Noises, etc. W. L. DAVIS. M. D .
Aural Surgeon and Consulting Ophthalmio Surgeon,
No. 5 Basin street, corner of Oanal,
mylO ly wed friAsun New Orleans.
He ad« narters Reparlaient of £.«aletaaa,
Grund Army of the Republlo, Adjutant General a
Office. New Orleans, La., Decieniber 38, 1867—Gen
eral Orders No 100.—An Encampment of tniaDe
partmont will assemble at Mechanic»' Institute, in
the city of New Orleans, on the 6th day of January,
1868, for the purpose of e!e .-ting department officers
and delegates to thf Nat onal Encampment, which
is orda ed by the Cbihmander ia Chief to aasemble
at Philadelphia ou the 15th of Januar} next.
Attention of Post Com mander* is walk'd to article
18. seetiod 1, of the Constitution, providing for one
d- legate to every twenty-five men be re.
Important b-xeiness will bo transacted, and it is
hoped that every Post in the department will be
».resented.
By order #f H. t). Warmoth, Grand Commander.
GEORGE K. YARRINGTON,
deffi td Assistant Adjutant General.
Pwst Re. 8 6. A. K., Kueieaspsuen» ef
Louisiana, bolds it* re ular meetings every Monday
erm ng, at T o'clock, in lontonia Hall, No.fi Ex
change alley, coraer building of Ou»tomhaui*e street
d«2S jafi 13» V* M- GEORGE, P. O.
«•ce wf She Si. I'tarles «treat Railroad
Company, corner Caron delet and Eighth atreet«.
New Orleans, December 21, 1817—An election er
seven Director» for thio company, to serve the n
suisg year, will tie held in accordanoe with he
charter j» MONDAY January A 18HS. at this effit*.
between the hours of W A. M and 3 P. M.
defifijsl ALPKN MoLKLLAN. Secretary.
N ..TÏCE—IN CÜSSUjUKMOR" OP THB
des h of tue renier partner. J. H. E-mer, E«q.,
the firm of J. H. EIMER 4 00. i* dissolved. The
nudern-gn-d bUrviying partner is cha' /ed with the
liquiwtieu of its tftin.
w „ A. FINER BADER.
Nsw Orleans, 81st December, IM7.
rpNB UVD8H8ÏGNKD WILL CARRY ON THE
Comm asion wm - —
of A. X MLit BADJ
5SÏ
Now
Orl eans,
1st January. 1868.
08. from thii ibtte.
* JKIMER B\l)KR,
Vf. BUtiRMANN.
ja!3
|1MPIK8 0ARU WRITER
PRDfßßSOR A. T. SELOVER
Hat r- tarn d for hiu four h region in the OreseenS
C ty. Ho will o- hapoy t > t-ee his fermer frienda u»d
all wh-* ms? whh Weitling, Vibiting, and Profea
aional CAKD.i i-oh# with neatnos>
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All '.he Northern and If estera. DALLIES,
The leading PIOTüRÄLS,
1» different PublisaCnna, among whieh are
th« Amaru an N&turalistXlie Journal of huscnlative
Philosophy, a Ihrilltng far<■*live >1 the Union He
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1.A ut ountot. n.Mé-oriptio». ol MT b.ttl.é,
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g|l rl that will tak* tha kiuk
out of tue hair ADdoau't« -•* rams to grow atruighi.
Sk LSI wen uri.d ou thl most obsiinats hair, and
after* fa a ontiMBf ha» pruved to be aucoesa
f ill in utmiifiHfiiiiiKihs Mr. Taotimonmia com#
^^rtonWAda i t fr<*adiiM .vs using it .and proupun
flJ«XCU<iM' -C. aÄ It kair wrll Uli .pplj one
cndol M»s cas 1 c istjt jgp acalp, rubbing it down
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ta towards t ) ei-d (if the hair?let all ths
hsLSytt rat ritt» d auf tuen eomb it down
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offener if n* #e, .-ry and on »ill find Ihatyunr hair
'Tte/.Ä'hKi'! '5! hWäl ..
Gen#r#rAK#M-.>. No. 40 »auphin# »treat, bac»
Cutttoinhcn a a#il Birav- N« 8ÉM
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Hosts», ou.t sna.
T«*m Five RsfUas a per Aaas
w rin« I jars« tircul»
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•hut bMw»teUPA,a.
tnre atom.
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gtffe and oust# of •
X The pnrchaaci----------
amount of his bidl the pajment of <
note secured by mortgage on earn property for the
sum of four thou and fire hundred dollars (»450")
subscribed by ihe defendant, dated on the J2d day of
\ugust, tätig, payable on the 23d day of August, 1868,
ud bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent
ier annum from d ite uuiil paid.
3. And the balance of the price of adjudication, if
.Any, ca-h on the spot. tihORUE W,*AVKK\ ,
deioaqall bherifl of th« Pariah of Orleans.
8HEEIFFS BALES.
A - Tar*.,
OF NEW OR
Walter Pick
Otxra distri*'t court „„„ „„
»<48 — By »irtue of a writ mi seisnre
HonsrabI# the Sixth Dis
triot Court of New O. Irans, in the above entitled
cauaa to Harry T. Hay«, 1 aie Sheriff, and by said
«!•"« to m# trana erod. I will proceed to sell
•t pnblic auction at the Merchants] and Auctioneers'
[change, I
i Canal and Cuatom
' e « 0Ed Distriot of^Ms'city, on
8ATÜRDAV, tbs lhh day of Janu .ry, 1806, a{ 12
o clock JM , th# following de-criboJ preperty, riz:
A certain LOT OF GHOUND. with the omldlngs
•nd ioipro,ewml. tb.r»,n. ,od .pparMooiMM
rvitnd##, privi
, situate
•square
t»ni..tî«Vt.7dÂô\t«â'È"Û'«VuBd»7tweBty.S,
on a plan drawn by H. Moelbauren, Ut#
Surveyor, deposited as plan No. 113 in the office of
T _Gu|ol, intnja noiary public in thia city v Accord
owhch plan eaid i
depth bcti«
a been tab en in the r
»urea 30 feet front
1 7 feet 10 inches and &)<;
. *y th# d_______
-, wife of Freden k >a
Mrs. Mary W.
Mrp. Sarah 7
than el Thayer,
Waterman. i»idt ______ _______ ______ _
ham, per act passed before Edward G. Oottachulk,
notary public in thia city. d~"~* *----------
heizod in the above suit.
Terms-1. in c*bh to
ilaintiff'a Slaim, any the _____________________
dollh-e iS45U0; with interest at the rate of eight per
cen^r annum from the Aid day of August, 18%,
a city . dated August 33,1806.
sufficient amount to pay
— ot forty-five hundred
rate of i
il the day ef sale, three dul ars and seventy five
— v8costs of protect and certificate of protest, fiv#
dollars aud fiv« cants eosts of copy of ast of morb
r jimeeh Heller vs. Henry KieUen.
fUBTH DISTRICT COURT OF NEW OR
lean». No. By virtue of a writ cf seisure
and sale d'recte by the honorabls the Fourth Die
trio« Court *.f New Orleann. in the above entitled
cause, re Harry T, Hats, late sheriff, and by said
neriff tome transferred,! will proceed to eel)
blic auction, at the Merchantr and Auction
Exchange, Royal street, between Oanal and
Customhouse streets, in the second district of thi-i
#ity. os SATURDAY, the fourth day of January,
IStiS, at 1 o'clock M., the followiug described prop
erty, vix :
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND eituatedln the
»arof thisoity on the Bayou St. John, measuring
verity three (73) feet eight inches front on said
Bayou 81. John, one hundred and ninety-op# feet
five inches live In
Gregor ie <
a the line which di
i hundred and «
on the left
D' Hebecourt (
I the line which divides it
&tri.«ihJRafcl______________________
.....t from the proper ry ot Mrs. Widow
gna, and seventy two feet five
------------ jw dividing it from the property
ef the said Mrs, Widow D'llebeconrt, together with
.h Av. i ja g *— - thereon, rights,
all the buudiogs and improvsine
ys. privilege», and appurtenanoos thereunto be-
* anywise Spperiaini#g, which property
-- ----! by ihe derandan:, by purchase from
James Stanley as per act parsed before Robert J
Ker.------------- * *"• - " — '
Ker. notary public, in this oiiyeu the fid day el
December, ISal.
Heir.ed in thn above snit.
Terms—Cash on th* spot.
GEORGE W. ATERY,
d318ja4 Sheriff of (he pariah of Orleann
W^nU Çmm»u v*. A Certals LesWttruenn
(J1XTH DISTRICT UUuRToFNmW ORLEANS
O No. S877.—By virtue of a writ >f fieri facias di
rected i>> the bonorab'S the Sixth District Court of
New Orleans, in the above entitled canne, to Harry
Hays, late sheriff» and by ca<d late sheriff
o me tranaferred, I will pr»oeed to eell
t pub io »notion, at the Merchants' and
knoi-oneorn" F.xohnnga, Royal »treat, between
Janai and Oustomh>-us- street», in the Second Dis
not of t>ne eity, on TUE^DaY. the 7th day of Jen
lanr. 18SS, »t 13 o'clock fti., the following de
cnbed property, vir.:
A CERTAIN I.OT OF GROUND, being No. 13.
ituated iu the Third District of this city, in the
square bonnrfed by Klytûan Fields, Marigey, St. John
11 J "* Avid streets, being torty loot
hundred and twenty
3 dept i
_.j th# ttow,^.
sketch on file.
. Avid stre*<, und t'orm
». FORGE W. AVERT,
riff of the Pariah of Orleans.
STEAMSHIPS.
FOB PHILADE LPHI A win HAVANA
THE PHILADELPHIA AND SOU THBRN MAIL
fiTKAMSHIP OOMPANT'8 REGULAR
SEMI-MONTHLY LINE OF
8TKAM8ÜIP8,
Tl*l» I»» ton#.................Oapt. J. P. Rann
itar wf the Ueton, IfiS tona..OapL T. N CoonsnT
d solala, 1318 tens...............Capt. P. F. Hoxut.
mm*. FOR PH'LADISLPHIAtxa HAVANA,
SSMÊ& Tbs favorite 8t#amehip
•TAX OF THE UNION,
T. K. Coons ET, Command#»,
Wii leave her wharf at Star Lina WJ^urf, opposite
Jaokaon Square, Second Distriet,
Ou FRIDAY, November U, atfo'eloek P. M.
Cabin P#«»ag* to Havana $Sn, currency.
Through tieaetc 1er New York, Baltimore, and
loeton.
For freight]»» passage, having splendid aceomna
.ion#, apply NICKERSON A GO,,
■#• 33 Carondelet atreet.
vom NJEW YORK DIRECT.
Perming a Regula* Line oi Fine gtramahipa.
MORNING HTA K....3BÛO ton*....
GUIDING STAR.....MU tons....
M lsHI&HIPPI ........fiOO tone....
MKHBtM AUK...... .ZB0 to.....
-, Commander
—. Commander
—, Commander
-, Commander
Steamship
Witt leave on SATURDAY, el • P. M.,
From the Company's Wharf, in front of Jasksoc
Square. Freight wilt be received by this lira upon
the Uompauy's Wharf at ail times daring business
hours, ar d the rates for freight and passage wiM be
aejow aa by any other regular hoe.
lager» will pie*»* be on board at the above
.antiowed boar, /
A Go.,
Apente,
it,
I. New Y or A
NHW YORK AND BREMEN HTEAMBUIP
PI A SOUTH.
K
Ki
'.8. MauBteam
y able ia gold, or its equivalent in currency,
mdon or Paris $5; Hamburg $3 additional.)
First oabia, 4110, eeuoad cabin. $66; steerage, S3K
From Bremen, Soathampren, aad Havre, te New
ork :
Finit oabia. $110; second oabia, $71; ebeerage, $43.
Eauareioa ticket# out and home :
oabtn, $Ji0; recoud cabin, $130; stem-age. $70,
J from New York and Bremen—June I.
L3aml2y. Augu»; ISuud fi, Beuten
ober Sand IS, Novnaber 3 and IA
p g'£T d,
Agent for New - rleaB», 64 Magasine at
18AAU TaYLUR, Prend«*;
apll ly 48 Broadway. New York.
FAtiriO MAI L RT IAH1HIP CO.
T hrough line to uaufornia. touch
ing at Mexican port#, and oarryiug United States
mails. Through in Twenty-two Days,
breamship» on the Atmxt-jCoua -ctmg on the Pauiis
AREZ' >NA, [OOLURADO.
HENRY cjiAUNCEY, IOONaYI TU t f ION,
NEW t ORK. (GOLDEN OITY,
OCEAN UUEEN, __ iRACRAMENro,
NORTHERN LIGHT, (GOLDEN AGE,
COSTA K OA. |mON i'ANA, ExC.. F'_„
One of the abewe large and «puadid »teamahips
will leave Pier No. 42, {forth riv«*r. foot of Canal
street, at I2e'e eck, neon, on the lat. 11 th. and ilat of
every mould (except when those data« fall on Sun
day and the* »o the preceding Saturday', for AS
PiN WALL, ooMneeting. via Panama kail way, with
one of the Company'* ■-•teamahip» from Panama for
SAN FRANCISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departure» ef l»t and 21st oonueut at Panaifia With
Stehmere for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL
AMERICAN PORTS. Thera ef the 1st touch at
MANZANILLO.
Departure of the Uth each month connects with
the new steam line from Panama te AUSTRALIA
and NEW ZEALAND, * w ' % ' . ,
ilia »reamer of August lhrh will ranneci elosely
wins teenier GREAT REPUBLIC from Ban Fran
eiaoe, RepremlMir 3d, for Yokeha i a and Hong Roeg;
at Yokohama with »laaute» OOSTA RICA for Naga
iahi and Hhanghae.
A discount ef ONE QUARTER trem «teaman» 1
raten showed toseeund cabin and atraragh pareen
«er» with families. A<ao an Allowance of ONE
QUA RTRÄ on through rates te clergy me* and their
families, and school teachers.
One Huudretf Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
SsrÄ
rector«. Bacgag* received en the dock the day be
fore »a>l iag, from steamboat#, railroad«, and p a ea en
gere who prefer to send dow« early.
An experienced enrgwra on board. Medieiaea and
**^° < paa#age*tioket* ? or farther iaformatiim, app
at the Oomnaav '« ticket offic*, on th# wharf, FiKJ
or^äujrapjuuo-, »ülixn KlYXtt, NJS<
r. R BABY.
8TEAMB0AT8.
DAY, at $V. M., and 1
m, W W ^
FOE BAYOU SARA AND ALL IN
. tarai« didst* landings on the Oraeb-Th
P fine and fut paresnger saeaarev
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AUCTION BALES.
PEREMPTORY SALE
By order of the
UNITED STATES GOYEBJfMENT.
•f th* elegant and desirably lowtad
BRICK SLATED MANSION.
Situated in the First biatriet.
OCRNKR CANAL AND MARAU fiTRBBIY,
Together with «^1 the
MAGNIFICENT FIJRMITVRB,
APPURTKNANCJW,
library,
PIANO,
CARPET«,
ORNAMENTS,
WINKS, fits..
RT CRAi. T. NASH. AUCTIONJREJt,
Office Masonic Uall Auction Mart, coraer of
Bt. Charles aad Perdido etreela. FRIDAY, Janaary
-T.1M8, at UB4 o'clock A.M..O& the premlree. by
order of the United States wOvsramshW will be
■old—
THREE OERTA1N LOTS OF GROUND with all
the improvements thereon, situated in the Fret Dis
trict of this city, in square bounded by Oanal, Gaa>
quet, Maraia, aad Villere etreets, designated by Noe.
1, 2, and 3 as per plea drawn by J. Pi he, Surveyor,
dated May », lfifi, and deposited in the efiiee ef
I« Hermann.
Lot* Nos. 1 and 2 measure each 2t feet, • inches,
and 6 lines front on Canal street, by a depth be L ween
parallel lines ef 117 feet, 10 inooes, and ft libra. Lot
No. 1 forming corner Oanal and Marais streets. Lot
No. 3 measures 21 frat, 3 inches, ft lines iront on
Oanal street, by a depth between parallel lines ef
127 feet, 3 inches, and 5 lines, t get her w th the uee
ef an alley iu the rear of said lots, ten feet wide.
The improvements consist of an elegant two and
half etory BRICK BLATFD MAN ION, with all
modern improvement#and conveniences, hr.ck outer
buildings btabias. etc., formiug cerner ei Canal and
Marais streets.
This property wu built aad owned originally kg A.
Heine, K*q., aud erected at aa immeate eost for his
use. beiag finished ia the meet elaborate style-»
•olid mahogany doors, eta
Term.
Purchaser must sssume payment of twenty promis
sory notes, drawn by Thomas P. May te hi* ewa
order end by him indorsed, dated 24ih April, l§>i7,
payab e one year after date, with interest at ft per
cent after maturity, the whole amounting te fthi.uuC.
Balance half ca»h, on th* spot in United hl« tes
Treasury notes, said the other half when title is per
fected.
—AMO—
Will be eeld at the same time and plrare
TUE ENTIRE CGNTBN'ib of the above mas
on. consisting of elegant and elaborately served
Rosewood aud Mahogany Parlor, Dining, and Bed
i Furniture, elegant Dama-k and Ireoe Uurtaius,
large French plate gilt frame Mirror*, Uixmh and
Velvet Medallion Uarpete, Cut Glare and ObinaBer
vice bet». Oil Paintings, Engravings, Broaee Statu
sttev, eto., ete-, being the most magnitiseat assort,
ment of Household Furnitur* aver offered 1er sale
at auction to the publie of this o>ty
N. B.—House open for inspection three deys before
ale.
Terms—Crab in U. 8. Treasury note* on the spot.
oiTT notes taken at par
Extensive Bale of Dry Good». Clothing, Hals, and
Fancy Goods.
UY UOU2« BLUUH «ft CO-JOHN a
XJ Blob in. Auctioneer.—THURSDAY, January 2.
1848, at lOo'oluok A. M„ at their salrereoma. Ne. tl
(Jhretres street, will be »old—
<78 lote Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODR,
22ft lots Fall and Winter CLOTHING.
2*0 dor, ta Men's and Boy»' HATS.
»• loto of FANCY GOODS and NOTIONS.
Tsfme—Crab, payable ene-ha f in City notes at
par; balance in United Btates Treasury notes de28
ABBIRNBE B BALK IN BANKRUPTCY.
/I» TDKsDaV, XU. nil DAY OF JANUARY.
^ lftW, atlOo'elock A. M , will he off red for sale
at the »tore lately eecupied by Oscar Jordy, Bank
rapt, on Claiborne street, between Common and
Palmyra street#, all the
STOCK AND FXTUUE8 ef said Bios*
Conflicting of
A general wmratment of UOUSB FURMhKiNG
GOODS.
Term» of salw—Osak.
d*2f l«t E. E. NORTON. Assignee.
LARGE AND PKREMPTüKY 8ALB OK KLE
gant Match and Single Horses, Elegant Kaddle
Horses, Fine Wrrk Mules, Fine Miloh Cows, Bug
gies, Elegant Bretts, Harness. Wagen», eto., etc.
nt auction.
B k noxtbomery niioa. «* cjo
R. M. Monty ornery, Auctioneer— Will be »old on
THURSDAY. January X 1868 at 11 e'eirak. at
P. Liner's Stable vn Gravier »trest—
Elegant MATCH HOK8KH.
Elegant SADDLE UORbhJS;
Fin* WORK MULES;
Fin# MILOH OOWS;
Top aad Ops* Buggies, Elegant Bretts, flora**»,
Wagon», etc.
Txrmh—C ash, in United Btates Treasnry notes.
FURNITURE-FURNITURE.
B Y MOkTAOMERY HKOft db C_.
R. M. Montgomery, Auctioneer—Wilt be sold on
THURSDAY. January A at 11 e'cleoh, at Old
Auction Mart, No. 87 Oamp atreet—
A general wortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNI
TURK, such as Rosewood, Mahogany, and Walnut
Bedetoadn bureau». Armoire, Wash »read». Mahoga
ny and Walnat Tetra, Bof*», Surnig Beat Obstrs*
E*«> Chaire, Marble Top Centre Table*, Marble Top
Bideboarda, Extension Table*. Velvet and Brussels
Carpras, Frenoh Piste Mirror*. MettiesM». Engrav
ings, Painting», Cooking Stove# and Utensil*, eto.,
being the ooassxL; cf sct crilxrsS fsïsfihsd hsus«.
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iavoioeof Cottage Beds, Cram and Wood
a M-. on the prémisse, I will offer at p ublie auction
the LOT OF GROUND with tue buildings and im
E ovement# thereon, and an elegant assortment of
OUHKUOLD F0«mTU»K, ai »ai.l, T, P. Mo,
waa late owner and proprietor, situated m the tiret
distriot of New Orleaun, in thajquar* bounded by
Gaequet. Caasi. Iftarai«, and Vihrae etreeto, com
pne.DK about TTOi square frat of * round. Number
of house, 2U2.
The property is, in all respect#, very desirable.
House and lot are subject to a mortgage et $:ia,uuû,
with interest from the 26th day of April, 14*7, winoh
will be areuneed by the putohraer
H|IMHrd JORDAN,
Bclicitorof th# Treraury.
a n. aixiiDir. t. l. mag «». mew s t. boxt.
(J X. «ÙKAKUET A GO.,
RIAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS,
N#s. IT «and 1» Exshao** Place,
BeWween Canal and Custom bourn street#, in ift«
Merehaato' Exobang* Bpildinft
1 NEW ORLEANS.
Will attend to th* Bale, Purchase, and Renting of
Real Estate, as beretofore^iegotieto Mortgages, and
attend to owLdwor Sales of every dem-riptinn. dl tf ;
FlftiAKÔIâJj.
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BUKIBI,
■O. 44 WALL BTRBET, MEW YORK,
-BMBW OUHrUTLT Ot) BU.KW—
FOR IMMEDIATE DILIVERY
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Bf ii Htowd «ftdOrapon 8 ft orak 1 «.
OOkPOÜÎB IS TE BEST MOTES» 1864 * 18$0,
BOUQo T AND SOLD.
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GOLD FOR
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JAY COCKE 4 Oft.,
Oramnr Wall mud Huim era, Mew 1
We buy and »eil at the most abort
and keep on hand a full supply ef
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WITHOUT RF8ERYE—FOR AÜÇÎQÜNT OF THB
CITY OF NEW OBLE ANS— GREAT SALB AT
AUCTION OF VALUABLE IMPROVED AND
VACANT CITY PROFBRTY, SITUATED
IN THE FIRST. BECOND, THIRD, AND
FOURTH DISTRICTS—
•oimmiRW
Valmhle Battore Msare* aad Lets.
Bailding Bites, and Business Locations. ,
The Wsahlsx««B Artillery Armory,
A spacious twe-story Brick Building on Gtred, bw
tween St. Qharlee and Carondelet streets c
The Cuutlnentml Araswry.
Bow known as the First Distriet Reeolder'* Coart
and Lookup, a Urge and spacious three-story
Brisk Budding, situated on the oerner ef St.
Charles aud Lafaj ette streets;
The Bewend Distriet Peaad,
A large Frame Building and Lots on OU i berne, be
tween Orleans and St. Peter etreets;
The Ckalwttte Property,
In th* Pariah of &L Bernard, and other drairuble
Mentions.
The entire without limiter reserve.
For aoLonnt of the City and by order of the Kenn»
able Council of the City of New Orleans.
. _ _ CO.-O. B.
!■ Citf Auctioneer—Office No. 17 Ex
_e— MÖND a Y. the 20lii day of January,
• look M , will p* eoid at public auction,
i eaoh swcueraiva day thereafter q ttl ....
e aohedu e of property ie di«po»ed of, in puren
the
auce of the folluwiug reeo
UaTOBuLTT or Nxw OXUUB8, )
City Hall, ltith Day of Dooeinber, 1867. f
Resolved, That all property, whether real or per
sonal, baiongi g to the city of New Orleans, whict
mpoeed of without detriment to the pubic
— - mvenicuce, shah be sold under the
a be dispi
interest •
all be sold
------- —- —----— -f the cbairi;.„te .. »»«,
* luanoe Commu tees, the »alefl thereoi re commence
~n the third onday of Jauuary, 1868, .mi to bo oon
nu**d from time to time at the d>coretiou of the
hairmen of th> »aid committees.
Received. That .be term ot «aid sal*« «heil be
third oaeh. payable in city i-etes. and the balance
■a notes of equal amount*, secured by mortgage on
the property, payable at ene ana two years, wiihiu
tere-it at the rate of eight per cent per annum ro •
date till paid, and wnh fire per rant lawyer»' fees ia
ca*e it should be necehtary re iusti>ute suit forth*
payment of »aid nutes Acre of sale before the City
Notary, with internal revenue »tamp» at the expense
of tne purchaser*, who wi i have the option to pay
'he enti.e purolreaemoney caeu in city notes.
«Sur ed) , F W. fBKKINB,
Pieeideat pro tern. Board Aneistant ildermsn.
(Bigned) J A MErt GRAHAM,
President Board of Aldermen.
Approved December lb, 1867.
ffitgnsd) _ K HEATH, Mayra.
First Bl tiiet Property
1. THE WAS j ING TON AH TILLERY AR
MORY. , in the square b unded by Girod,
"* *rl«^, —■* n ----*—'
Lalajette, St. Chario», and Carondeiofe streets,
*" feirt 3 inebea t 1
p*'allot deptn of
street by a pa allot deptn of 98 feet, from
which point it ha» a further depth of 18 feet by 1#
f et lu inches wid h in the rxtreme rear, together
withal! the improvement» t arson, kuowo a* the
*'Washington Artillery a rm >ry," a very eubatantial
1 y and well built two-*lory brick building, and suita
ble for busiue»' or dwelling.
ET I AT VERY VALUABLE AND DESIRA
BLE PROPERTY, known »a tne First D.euiot
Recorder'» Court and Lockup, »ituated in
the First DieVict of this city, and in the
square bounded by 8t Onaries, Carondelet, Lafay
ette, and Girod street», and forming the corner of
St. Cuaries and LaLyette sheet» the raid lot
measures «8 feet fronton M. Charles etre t by a
depth and front on Lafayette eireetof i2S feet be
tween parallel fine* This valuable proa rty opens
on an alley io the rear 20 feet wide, which alley is
paved, and for ths use in commou with other proper
ty in th* same square.. Its improvement» comp. Le a
large and spacious threeutory brick buUdiug subdi
vided into large apartment*, ou the fir. t. eecun i. and
third fi./Ors. I he l* cati-m i* one of the most deuira
ble in' the eity. front» Lafnyetto f-quare, and with
prop#- renovation is finely adapted lor a pala'.iai res
idence or hotel
3 FUUKCfcRTAIN
Mo i;*, hounded
etreets and which loto are des.gn_____________
Ift. 16, It. and 1», on plan of W. H. Bel), Oiiy Sur
veyor, dated December t, 1867. Lot No. '• -------
rAiN lots ( if Ground in sguar*
by Baronae, Clio. Erate.and Dn ades
ch lot# are des gnated by the No*.
27 feet from
i En
• »trefft by a oepth between
------------ _ street by a depth between parai
lelhaeaof lMfeet# inches 6 line-. These lore are
within easy »euere of the St Char as Street Railroad
home care, aad neighborhood capidly impre. '
BaUnre Property,
4 THAT VERY VALU ABLE SQUARE OF
GROUND known ra Square to T boaooed
by Feydra», L.fayette, Delta, and Water
' 1 subdivided in<o 14 iota da» g
No*. 1, 2 3, A 5, « 7. *, 9,10, ll, 12, IA and
14 Lot No, If.
.21 feet 8 inches
Ireet by 124 feet ll inclie
" » atreet, and 12( «
—— ------—v — —. .......ieg >ine oi lot No.
Lot mo. 2 kaeasure* 2U leet « nohe» CJ4 line» froi
atreet, by 124 feet 6
ing it irom lut No. i
dividing it from lot N<
inches 1 li
» fr i ton Delta
lut N<
, W '
a vA*tei .
reel, b 124 tests___________________ ____
No. 2, and 124 feet C inohra 3% liera
1. &hd 1.4 feet ft inches 8 lines
io. a
2S feet8inches •'* line- front
, 26 teet 6 incus» 1 line fronton Deb*
it 6 inchre 3 lines deep on line divin-
--------?-----Io. 2, and 124 frat ft
deep on line dividing ir >m lot No. 4
Lot No. d measure* 2b fvet ft inch s %% lines front
i Delta
t it from lor, f
un tba line du
ereures 2h re«
I* eet 6 ii
ft mene» 3H fine» deep on line di-
No. 3, and 124 fee: ft inches 4 liure
iivtdmg it fr ml t No ft.
---—Jre» 2d »eet 8 iucura line* front
a Water streei.. 28 feet ft inohe» 1 line rent oa De>ta
re«t. by a depth <«f 134 fret «in * e» 4 lines eu line
dividing it from let No 4, aid Ifi feet 8 inohra 4>4
line# <>n fin# diviing it from >o b
Lot No ft measures 2ti irat 3 mehes tiara front
•n w*t«r street, 26 feet ft inehe». 1 line treui ea Delta
atreet, and l'M teut ft inohra 4M ha«» deep on tine di-
viding u from lot No. 6, aad 124 trat ft inohra ft line*
de» p on the hue dividing it from lot No. V
Lot No 1 measure« »S feet • int-befl 81ft lines front
•u Water street, 2b feet H inchra 1 line front on U '*
«ire»*, ey im reel• i neues and ft lu.s* deep on
line of l-<t No A and 134 feet ft inches 5^ft lines en
line« dividing it from ot No A
Lot Np 8 mt-ra ift«s 28 feet 8 inehos 8}ft tiara front
ou Water street, 2ft feet • muhe» 1 line front on Del
street, by 124 feet tf inches Sift line-« deep on the lit-
dividing it trout lot No. 7, and 13» feet ft inohra 8
lines deep on the line dividing it from lot No. 8
Lot No. 8 meraurec 2d fest ft m he»€>ft Hues front
Miron ft on Delta
deep on the line
_i feat ft i oi
— t from I >t No. 10.
deep on the line dividing ltlrotn l<
i No. 8 measurer, 2ft lestft in< ' "
W a ter atreet, 36 feet 8 inches 1
street by 124 feet ft inch«» 8 iim____ _ _
dividing it from lut No. 8. and <24 feet
lines drap oa the line divni.
' l No. lit
he.- ft 1 « lines front
----- m Delta
line di-
Lot No. iu measure» 26 teet ft inch
on Wa eraireet 3ü feet6 inches 1 lii
et<«et by l24f*rt #ia hen 7 line« i
vjaiug from loft No. A »'•d Ut fket 8 _______
ÎJft line# aeep on »he line dividing it fr«m lot No. ll.
U»t N6.11 msoeuroa 26 feet 8 inches ft^ft line* ftroi
•n Water street, 26 frat 6 inch«- l ,iu* freoft on Del _
street by 124 feetfi inches T>ft lines deep on the line
dividing it from lot No. lü and 134 eet 7 inches deep
an the line dividing it from I t No. ia
.....Ilien deep on the in«
iding it from lo> No. 11. nnd 134 feet 1 inches and
* une deep on the line dividing it tram ! • *
Lot No. 13 rarasure» 2ft Let 6 inohra ft Hi
Water street. 3b feet « uich#s lime frt
Btreetby ifiTeet 7 iochre 1 fftae deep oil. __ _____
vidingr from lot o. 12, and 124 te r 7 inr hra 2 lines
deep on the line dividing it from lot No. 14
Lot No. 14 or ire the oorner m befayu to. Water,
and Delta streem. and measure«.» feei ft iuch-e 6^
line» front ou Wau>r«tr«gft. » «et 8 fhchra 1 liu«
front on Delta street bp* depth Md front eu La*
tayetto »tree of 126 feetTTiara, *ndî3» frai T inebws
No d i3 llQ ** dMp 00 108 ku * dividing îftfrem lot
ft. FIFTEEN LOTS OF GROUND forming the
whom of square No. ift a benaded by Dal tv Water,
Wa.etto, and Un cd »t rests, and numbered from
Ifolft inclusively. L-t No. 1 orm» tue oo n. i '
£.11». ni Wav, m»».«
J* i'l .. 4 i ne'... »m! J Hate w. ter »1«.
Ij.o irooi . a Ij.Ii*« jr .c b, Mi Itet and. liaa.'ia
dte>tb. modfroat aa LalAeUaOUwt. LateHte »to
.1+ mteanre ..«HS4fwt4 mnhteftad Ilia, froatan
MV atar a Ilka Iro,.» an Delta and k, I» foot
aad . IteB. o.lnb l,ut ,N. IS «,»«,, ooViteTnf
P-*". Girod, and «fate, itte.taT»tel mateate, M
Itet liaoh.» aad Snate (root aa Water ateaat a liaa
lront.u Do ta b, . depth aad «mat aa utradnSaat 1
oi lift frat and 4 irera.
4 TEN LOT., OF GROUND, formw# tie «kils
of square No. 3 A. bounded fry Front. Doit«, QtootL
sna notre Dame btrrau, and ncunbered Brora l to W
inclusively. Lot He. I forms «he eener of Front.
Giiod, and Ddtaa-rrata. stont iramMfeetAnd4
traa o. „teat «te« a blïÂaa» nV I«,» «Aa, b
I t lent .ad 3 bate ia d-at... . at HttiT^aamant H
Itet aad 4 hate haut noir.nl .rte.L. life, f ont aa
Delta «met br «* lea. and3 line, in "Vulli. bntbn.
t laatear« A fêtera 11 lia*. Iron, on trout .tea*, a
bka float an Dab. .ttete k, I» «0M odd 1 lino, »
deptn. Lot Mo.I mteanre. «fate nnd. boa. ten i
an Plant .irret . „kn front un Do».«matbris
iartandlliateiadanUL fat .Ma.l ineuata. M fête
^.VbT^-lteTaÏÏ'V K' 1 *
measures 24 f« t and 4 imee front en Frofti «j-rrar. a
Mto front ee Delta street by IttW MdSfii»» Iéj
depth. Lot No. 8 me*sar^« 34 Ont hwd # iiegs (vont
aattffigp' 4vt-jwran«t*«<#!
4 fine# front un t"
;g" street by 128 feet
i and i
Of Fro I
—-------, . -«re Dame, «ml De
L *0d KMftraiiraa 24 fe<t «ad
----- street, a like tool ou D (»* h
,ud front ou*Ni?tre Dame streete
î"T;ts LQTS owo
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AUCTION SALES.
feet and ft lares 'roni
_______n De......
pfth. Lot No .'l_____________________
Water street, a like frone eu Delta street
________________;
oit* aiyraft by 1» frai and 4
Lot No. y measures » feet *<>d i li
No. 8 moi _____
street, a lik* front
lines i ' " *
front — _____________ ____________te. a,,™.
br 12» est end 4 lines in depth. Lot Ne. 8 measure«
24 feet end S linra front ou Water et> eet, • Uke
tr m on Delfcaetrrat by Lft feet swdft line« in depth
Lot Nu. • measures 24 fe»t and 4 lino» front ou Warar
streift, a Lie front ou Delta street by 1» feet ad 4
liras in depth. Lot No. IU measure* »feet am' *
line front on Water street, a like trout on D*L_
street by 1» feet and 4 lines in depth and front cn
T*ame atreet. and forma the corner ef Wator.
x-bite Dame, ann Delta streets.
A T WU LOTS OK OR' »UND in square 8 A,
bounded by Fr .nt, Delta, Nr.tr# Dame, and Julia
«treck- . designated by ' '—"
forme th# eurner of li
r the Nob. 1 and A Loft j
__________ —ft No. 1
--------------------it. Noire Dame, and Delta
streets« and measures 34 fact 8 inches apd 4 lines
front en Front street, a like f > ont on Delta street by
135 feet and 8 lines in deprh and Louft on Nelre
Dame street. Lot No. 8 farms the copper of Front.
Delta, and Julia streets, and measures 31 feet 6
inches aud 4 lines front on Front street., a like front
Delta street by 124 feel and 3 lines in depth
l front on Juiie etreftt.
TWENTY-ONE LOTS OF GROUND eom
P iring the whole of &quare if A. bounded by Water,
Pili*. Julis and 84 Joraph streets end numbered
'to'* 1 to 21 incliisirely Lot No. I forms the so ne
of Wator. Julia, and Filie street«, anff messurm 34
feet 4 inchra and 2 lines front on Water street, a i.k*
fronton Pilw>»ftreet by 120 feet 4 inohe» in depth
and front on Juba street. Lo s Non. 2 to 20 incl sive
7 measure each £3 feet 4 in<
fater street, a like front ti
and fronten ht Joseph atreet.
THE INTEREST OF THE CITY OF NEW OR
leans (being the undivided half) in the fallowing
deecribud 107 lots of ground :
X) THIRTY LOTS OF GROUND in square 31 A,
aunded by New Levee. Water. Race, and Orange
streets, forming the whole of seid square, and num
bored f>oiu 1 ft. 30 inclusively Lot No. 1, formn the
comero' ----- ---- -------' *"
26leet 7
*nd 1 line
and front
n depth
_____front eu Water ptreet. 'Ai...
in width I" the rear by lift feel
>n Orange str -L Lots Nos. 2 to 10 meh
rere each 26 t0 inches fronten Water
______ _ _J$ frat in dtp. between paral'sl lm a Lot
No. 11 measures 27 feet 3 inches and 3 I net front on
Water strrat-by D5 fee' in depth ou the line of lot
bo. >0 and 109 feet 8 inches and 7 line- in depth on th#
line of lo< No. 12 by 2| feet#inches in width in the
rear. Lot No. 12 measures 2* feet 8 inches and * "
fronton water street 2ft feet 7 inches in width
by.109 feet 8 inches aad 7 fines in depth <
-----of lot No 11, and 88feet if mchei and ö IG
depth aud front ou Race street, and form» the
.................'--'i. Lots Nos. "■ *
___-____- . — . . - -------on Race Streu
1 inch ar>d 2 lines in diptk. Lot No. 1ft measures 27
feet front on Race Btreet by 134 feet 7 inches and 4
lines in depth between parallel line».
Lot No. ß form» the co aer of Race and New Levee
Btroeis, and measures 27 feet ft iucbm and 2 lines
fronton N.w Levee street, 2ti feet 7 inches aud 4 lines
wide io the rear 131 feet 5 inches in depth on the line
of lot No. 18 »nd 137 leet ll inches and 3 lines in
it. Lot No 18 measnres
- ----. , front on Ndw Levee
street. 26 feet ft inches in width in the rear by 131 feet
• inches in depth on the line o( lot No. 17, and 134
eet ll inches and Hinein dep'h on the hue of lot
to. 19. Lot No 19 measures 27 feet 3 inches and 3
ine« front on New Levee street. 2# feet 6 inches in
width in the rear by 124fe»t 11 inches and 1 irnein
depth on trie line of lot No. 18, and 113 leet 5 inches
and 2 lines in deoth on the line of loft: No. 2i. Lot
Uo. 20 measures 27 feet 3 inches and 4 lines front oh
New Levse street 2of*et six inchra io width in 'he
by 113 feet & inches and 2 lines in depth on the
of lot No. 19. and 111 feet U inches nud 3 line« in
depth on tbe line of lot »o. 21. Lot No. 21 measures
" ' 3 inches an# 3 line« front on New Levee
by 111
T
street,, 26 feet ft inches in width in
feet 11 muhe» and3 Imra in depth on
No. 20, and 105 feet ft inch*» and 4 hi
r lot
i in depth o
fronton New Levee street, 2ft fool ft i
in ther ' ' ' - - '
by 132feet ft inches_____________
t lota Noe. 21 and IA and 12ft fact 11
rainde^hi—*■ • "■ —
Lot No. 23 meaanren fi ifeet
.26
____ i Une« ____
inches and ft lines ii
ii the line
depth
___feet 11
if let No. 23.
. - _ 3 inches a> d 4 line# front
on New Le •«- - y.
rear by Uft feet 11 inene« and ft lines in depth on the
lines of lots Nee 22 aad 15 and 146 feet ft inches and
iepth on the line of lot No. 24. 1 ot Ne. 34
_________ 27,met 3 inches and 3 lines fronton
Levee airee . 3tf frat 6 inches in width in the r ar by
146 tear 6 inehe* and ft line* m depth op the line of
lot No. 73, and 139 feet 11 inohes and 7 lme» ia depth
9 line or .ot No. 26. Lot No. 35 me«bttre# 27 teet
es and 4 lines iront pi» New Levee street, 2ft feet
wietn in tbo rear by Ifi feet 11 indie» and
I pf IWt No. 3A »nd 1A1 feet
Lot No.
7 In.- -
n depth en the li
ft iaehes in ü __________ __________
2ft measures 27 feet3 inches and lines ti
the bne of lot K
_________________iWohea and 4 line_______ ...
Levee st-eet, Tft feet 8 inches in width in the rear
138fenttf inch-sin d-pth on the Hu* ef let ]
and 127 feet 1 hue i
• ptb on the Hue ef let N
_______________ deprh on the line of lot Sk.
Lot No. 27 measure# 2? teet 3 auch»* and 4 lines front
'Tew Lev#- street, 36 feet ft inches in width in the
by 127 feetl i nein depth on the line of lot Nd.
___nd lJUfeei ft inches and 2 linen in depth on the
line of lot No. 28. Lot No. 2B form» tue eorner of
New Levee and Orange »treete, ami mes ure» 27 fe^t
ft inches and 2 Hue# front on New Levee street. 2ft feet.
and 2 l> ne» in width in the reuy by IX) fee». 6
_____nd 2 tines in depth on the line of lot No. 3T,
and 114 feec ia depth aad front on Orange street
Lets No# 29 »' d 3U mea-uro sac - 27 feet front on
Orange su eet by 148 feet 1 inch and 2 line-, in depth.
II. TWENTY-EIGHT l,< T8 OF GROUND in
e 33 A, bourn.ed by New Levee, Water, Orange
Riollird streets, forming the who)# of said
«quere, end numbered f ora 1 to 28 iaclnm^e y. Lot
No. 1 form» tue corner of Water and Richard streets
and meMurra 26 feet 8 inches end 3 lines iront on
Water street, 26 feei. $ in. h. b and 81 ne» in width in
' by 109 teet And 4 inches in depth ana front
erd street. Lots Nun 2 to 11 inulwsive.y
_______snseh 36 eet 7 inohe« fronton Wa<er street
by 109 feet 4 inches in depth between peral el Unes
liot .'o. 12 forme thi»''Sflor[ier of Water and Or nt:e
streets, and measures 2o feel 9 inches and 3 lines
front ou Wator street, 26 feetinches and 3)ft tinea in
I reacr by lift foot 4 inches in d-ipm .md
* h si eet. Ldfcs No-*. 13 and 14 raearare
ront on Orange Mirât, by. I.« feet 8
inohra and dimes iii depth. Lot No 1ftforms the
corner of New Levee and Orange streets, aad 11949
» 26 teet 8 menés and tfiine» fron, n New, LÄe«
____iet, 2b feet 9 inches 4)4 .mes in width in the rear
by 1(19 fee 4 inches in depth and fioht on ««rao*e
street loots Nos. 16 to 25 inclusively me tswre each
26 frar. 7 in- h a front on New Isivee street by It# feet
finches in depth between parallel line'. Lot No 26
form» the corner of New Levee und Richard »treeto,
a--.d measures 26 itet 9 in he» an.i ft iiu* 3 fronton
New Loves si reel, 3ft frat »inches aqd 3. lines in
idth in the rear b It# feet finches in depth and
■ont oe R.chard street. ijOts Nos. 2 and 3 6 measure
each 27 feet front on Riehard street by tft9 feet
;hes iu depth
2. T WËNT Y-EIGHT LOTS OF GROUND
square 33 A, bounded by New L« vee, W.oter. Rich rd.
a -d Market streets, f rmtng tin* w eie of eaid
equare and numbered iron» 1 to 28m Iu>iveiy Lot
No. 1 f rras the e rner of Water aud Market >tree'~
aaa measures 28 tm tV inches and 7 tiu-s front c_
Wator street So feet 8 inch# 1^ lines in widtn in the
rear r>y t#i feet 4 incites in dep h and front on Mar
ket street. Loto Nos 2 to 11 inclusively
ure each 36 frat 7 in. ties front 0.1 wra#r
by 1<# teet * inches in depth betw»
Lo* No. 12 forms the corner of
fcireets, and measures fi feet 7
each 36 frat 7 in. ties front _
... # teet « inches tn depth between parallel lines
lev No. 12 forms tho corner of Water and Si . hard
«treats, and measure* fi foot 7 inches ami I lines
front oa Water street,» feet 8 inches 2\ line* in
width m the vrai h> H# .eet 4 inches ia dep haud
fronton Hi. hard atreet. L»»te Ne». 13 and 14 meas
ure eaon 27 trat fron en Richard street by tf# frat
7 inches and 2 lines m denth. Lot No Lifo.'
Richard street
r of N^w Levee ana^kichatd #....
___
■ tr«ei,2bf et 3 inches4)4 lines în UÎ-. reVir by llj»feet
4 inches in deptn and fronton Richard eireet. Lota
Non. It 00 26 inclusively measure each 28 fa t 7 inches
front on Nc-w Lavra street by 1Ü9 foot 4 inches in
depth between p r»ihl line«. Lot No. 3ft forms the
eorner of Now Levee and Market etweet». amt meas
ure* 2b! rat 9 inches and 3 lines trow, on New Levee
strebt, 26 feet 8 mehes 294 Hues in wsdth in tire rear
ffi ' i» depth m.d front ou Market
«nd 2i measure each 27 f« e '
by 169 teer 7 inches ii depth
by 109 ft
Hi StteNu*. 37 and measure eaeh27 feet front
on Msrkat htr'of by iso teer 7 inches ir depth.
13. NLNEi BFN I2J tB OFi>ROUND. maquareJi
A boun ed by Now Lave«, Water Marktfu-anu St.
Jameratreeta.fr-----" ------- * ' rwr
numbered from
the corner of I
street», and meaenre^ i_ ________
on New Levee etrrat ;-0 feet 8______ _ _ ______
......' * *"*l * e#t. lift fteHt dora to
lepto
iheraore- 26 feet 7 inches iront ou New Leveefttroet,
»to t 7 »neues and A line fron« « n Wator strew* hy
inches in' depths
<evee atreet.
Kd 7 inuues and ft line front < n Wator •mo,]
_ teeth ituhe* iu deptn on the line of iwtlla«
nd 141 f -et 9 inches aud.l ime in depth on the bn*
lictNo. 3 measure» 28 feet 7
lot No «. I .ot Ho. 3 measures__________
on N w Laves street 2.1 feet 7 inches and ft line» <rsni
on Water atreet by 141 leet 8 inches 1 line in dt-nib
on the line oi lot No. J .ipd 154 feet 1< inuhes 1 ImiTiu
dpptno.i tira Hnaof j »t No. 4. . oh No 4 iue»'Ui*»»2g
foot 7 loorfra front on New Itovee street, fi leet 7
inohra und ft line- fr mi on Wator »tre-1 fr 1,4 feet 10
inehe»li no m ae-pthon the lu»«oi lot TI.» .i, mma
197feet 11 menés a <1 2 lines in depth on the line of
let «0. A Lot N«. 6 moaaeyra » foot 7 modes front
on New Gev#e streetfi foot 7 1 Defies and 5 lit;* - front
on Water# re it by W7 frail; 11 inches an«l 2 1 nee in
dec'hpi« the line of lot No. A and to f-el and 2.1
in dflpITl---- ââ_„ «_a « . màTïtr^a «»_
depth ou tho Une of lot Ne A m 1 i- 7 foot Æ-n
and 3 li s» in depCh on til« line 61 iot No 8 . . k
Lrt No tf measure»» fact 7 mehes a d ft »#«« frtmt
•n Wator st eet, A frat 7 nclnpin wMr*in the rear
by 147 frat 2 meh aad 3 fines hi dent a en toe Jim»*ef
lot fr o £ and 13» frat A mob*, aUTdepth 0 »
» frai 7 iuohra »nd ft U.m# inf*on Wäret „
feet 7 inch«« io width m th» . toar by 91 nehra
«a«faaifH3S
a.-îdéim « _
too«4 inches and 4
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AUCTION BALES.
' H «' IA IWb IB __«» te . a -..,
w-.nerpf ' » d Levee Jefferson, and (. ay
measure« 22 feet 10 inchra and 1 li
T "----*------- lliaffihe '
man «fra«* and
man, and Well*
measure? 34 fra
street,* tike j
fttJïffS îftM
fronton Front tîreet by itofrat în dicth 01 ' * Iii *
ta TWB. irw WoFÂoSÇ^ forming thm
»nd mes
No 1 A, bounded by
.~uro.#nd Toulouse ai reois. «na
» W .ntrttieivoly. Lot »0. I torro#
Gld Lsvee. fit Louis, and CMayhfcr**ts,_____1,
«•» 3* feetftiftohse and yiiawvronton Old Lsvm
• treet, 34 feet « inohe« *ud « J i heg front on Glas ati«M
br » Itet ,. deptb ».d ttuutfu SSm?££*
» No», a h, 11 mootrar. each S f»« 6aacha. »nd l
o front on Old Lave» street 24 feet 8 i ache-5 and 6
h °". ° Uf '^î by e 12 '' toet ia depth. Lot
13 forme ihe_ 00 ner uf Did Levee, Toaloura. and
fron» on Olay street by T2» 4ra-t ia depth.
tb ® 00 ner ° 1 <i ld Levee, Toulouse
r™*TxVîi î nd "«"»orra 34 »eet « inche* and 7 line»
te« H, ld LeT »« »toraha* feet 6 inch*» aad ft line«
To*Jou9# C »t* y "t r * et 1)7 ** i&€t m ä «P lil #nd front
Toulouse atreet f*
S» ä
mebe« 3 hues front on Peters stroet, 10 fo 12 mchen
* n 8 |a formed by the June» ion of
■ and Old Loves street-., and m toe rear or
ra pui>tio frat wide
" rom GW Leven io Peters »tree t.
*T*LLYN LUTH OF GROUND, f.irrtuag the
iroole of square C, bounced by l»ld Lèves, Olay, bt
v»*"° l Toa,c i l " e •Jeets, deriguared by ibeNra
1 to 13 inclusively, und m*»«uriag each 24 feet #
incnee and 7 ina* front nn n 1 1 „ , „ . "T_ " .... rTA Z
acreeis, ana lot No. 13 forms ih* ?
corner 9? Old Levee, bt. Loin- «nd (Jluv strous.
19. r IVE LOTd OF G^NDf/rmmgtrâtholw
of »«mare D, bounded by Old Levee. Glare Toulouse. -
ter««., ae.iKa.ud b, tû! H» ;
uiclustvely. Lot No 1 forms the corner of Olo f,
Llay streets, und mea-nres 34 i
dlHrtlR! lt i.*" fron , t 'Ü 1 c, *r »freotby rife fraVTn s
"V**. ?" J'ffereon street tot N x tf i
measures ~ja loot 7 menés and ft lines front on »Ü
2 JLfrat6 inohee and tf lines front#
,~*V* t S e . 1 J'X "IO feat in uepth. Lot No- 3
24 feet 7 inches a"d 9 lines front on Old I.eveestrraL
?rat e iu # dan^h 8 *i d , 6 i' aB, i fr * Dton UUystrrat by»
*1 J? depth. Lot No 4 measures 24 toot 7 inohe#
and 6 lines fronton « Id !«>▼«• sires». 24 fret» int itm
hndftHn. sfrpnt on Clay streeLby 13J »ratio depfifr
No ft a rms the oorner oITGld Levee Voui&ara.
measurf,fi 2i te 17 inches an*
T. tS "V Î.Mtîî.Wt» '"A••##~9
J lines f. v
7 lines fra
Olay street by TATtoM in*
front #r> Toulouse street.
»..MX LOTS oF*tJROUND, forming
of square K.bounded by W,i Levce.GiraJe
r*t Pete-- stree.s, numbered from 1 to 6
'"•^«resi 22 feet 10 inches und 2 li
on Old Levee street,» feet ll inch* a md Tl
on Glay street by Ue foot In depth d fit
t etei- street, and forma the cornet of Oid i
"*^each d fi fe^htoh 8lr * 8t * - 3 toft
L vee btreet, 22 fe*
ines and 2
------Ui m front on C
•*; '«JW vo v, tea m«, i-icues and * I men frntit.
»M J» 130 ftet ia dcpUt. Lo s" 1
■ uiea*
nn Old
Th* «».ad 1*1.trial Ptaand. ' K
n. *LAKGEPOHrlONOKOBOlJ'D..itn.tad
■atbieqaaia bouod.d b, Ul.ib.jnte, DerbS«D, Or
Wte te i™".-'",";.!";": K * ,d rK>ruo " -«'«oa*
forme »hr- corner of CLiborno and «fri-ans »treeto,
end measure« 7ft feet 8 ipchesand 7 li» e«fro*t oa
»id i laib-rnestreeA »fréta inches and 3 Hues in
depth and front on Orleans itreet, 7d feetfl ineboa
®®u 4 lines in depth o - the side iiiR-taward ki
P eter etrwet, and 77 feet I inches and ft lines on the
re-.r tine. Ihe 'inprovemen s comprise alureoone
story frame building with ft apurtm^nte, »nd ex ton
Sto* Po nd bUWln ®' now knowi * *• » h* Sraond IHe
a. HT* LtKGK PORTIONS OF GROUND ta
S?.tet Q ^a»fa boundad by U.g.a a,.r.uu. Part, s*.
i K vT n Ï «••»'«».tail by tb. letter.
a . ß,G, I.», »no E. Lot A forms the oorner of Hagan
avenue, and bt. Peter and Orleans streets, and
measure# 31 feet front on bt. Po or, atreet, a like
front on Orleans si root by 114 feet b mehes and f
linee in de,yth and front on Hraan avenue. Lot B
fr. , nt D ^te ^'„»raaurre 43 f.-et 8 1BUH9H «nd 2 linos
Btrrat. a like fro*.t on Oraeanw
f.trT. ^ L 14 fo ®.r 9 ,nc es »nd 7 lines in dept h between
P* 1 , rt> ® «pproveinontaon lot R comprira
twu one-story frame houses
L4>t G adjoius B, and measures S3 feet 19-inohra
°k, m t *^ r . * l,k0 Irooeon OriS"
*%£ Krtetetete. 1 " 0 "* * ul1 ' ""»■ » 0- S* •»
R » • d,oi . U8 V-rad measures 37 feet- fronton
HU rnw sliest, a like front on Orleans at reel bv 114
feet ft inches ami 7 lines in depth between parallel
hou*e fÖe improvements comprise a oue story Hama
• 'äTt.u
known as >qusre N*>. 4 * 7 , b- und d by Ksplanade anff
Ren.ioa ter«.l. a d St. Joho rob.. Tb. «5d SS
turn of groend measures 286 feet ft inches ami 8 imaW
freuten haplanade street. 133 feet 3 inches and#
», 1«I ftete.au -
Third Eletrict Property,
I GROUND situated la ton
filet br anded by Lev##, Peters. Martony, and Wan
demi e street«, desi*nai»-d by (he letters A and- Bh
bos A I Tin. the oorner of Levye, Peters and Mando
vil e F »rests and measured 37 fee* 10 leohe-» Uft line#
iront os Itejvee Htreet. e like iront an t'eters stmefr
b\ 63 frat 11 inches -mi 3 Unes in depth «nd front on
MandeviHe street. I of. U acjoins A, and me-«area
37 feet 10 inches lift Unes ronton Levee and Pete*«
street#, by «3 feet 11 mo» as and 3 li <eB in depth«
26. A TRI ANGULAR P1EUE OF GROUND la
kÏ branded by 8i. Bern« d avenue. Srâ
bun.e. Kobert»>u. and loaharpe streets, ma had R.
a»»d meranrmg Ai fret front on dr. Ceroard avenrât
94 fra » on tue dividing line of the Claiborne aacfttk
aod lfii feet ft i nohee on the rear I ne niarswç,
2ö. A PORTI» »N Oh G tuUND m square boundeff
hy O «iborue. Now Orlean«, Prosper, and 8t. oraayS
m recta. Mu iked « ', and measuring fr feet 6 i ache»
iten G aiborne street. 10. frat 4 .actios fro#t on
r Orle.tns street, 84 festtf inclie- - *•— *------- "
no the i
-rryhi^r «(resta, aaa
**®" u *. »nr*eu n, and mea->uri g 06
feet front on üuuborne circle, 131 feet 2 inchra râw S»
bt Bernard avenue, 105 frat 4 inchra front nn
w Orleans street, and 163 feet ft inchee on tho NÉT
A PORTION OF GROUND in islet bound*#
by berner avenue, Laps,-rouse, and Dsrfeigav
st reet«, marked I. measuring lfttf fuet 10 morâ4
* 1 U 1 »*,* rum î, oa * fd avenue #8 fe-*t 9 inchra
and ft Mio« front oa Derb guy «treat, 84 feet 9 taohe*
and«Ir e* iront on L peyiou#« stirat, l;y 6ft frafe a
inchee wn »>.* ^ide Hue Aiwa» d » Üaihorne irol«
3ft A PORTION OF GROUND » * '
by N» Bernard *----- ^ *
R man streets, r
front on Der bun
l riipsyronH* être*
line.
M A PORTION OF GROUND i* square boun
•d by Drrhfgny Roman, Lane »rouse. a,<d L^S
jtrraie, raa-red K uiesaurin* 3 ü Get ft inclie* I ii
(rbatoaD.tt.ic j tertet. »(,« 1 ...a > liaa. (te
» atSate "" '"" t 78 1 -*' — d • liute-aab
. ';: 0 « T 'ÔN OP GROUND ia aaaanbaaM
«hSgï?»^aaJgF=?Sœ5
ä*;
Nan r ta IM.tritt Property.
, Si A IOT OF GROUND in a
Klin# Use «orner of Dryades and Josephine s
Tire Chai met te property.
» A TRACT OF LAND in the p«irieh nf ffh
ftWTÎ* v* ^ »djoining the parish of Orleac «on
the left bank of ti e hi ssissippi river-, meMwrihtfE.
•bout 2|l»rpent# fr n. on the said Mississippi nr«
-to m arpent» in depth.
The entire property will be raid In accordanae
w tofa dorerep; i ve plani of W. 11 Be 1. F^q ■ ci& SSt
v«go», «apoaati Ut aud previous to the days of sibh
W K£ M H AND OoK VITIOIV« »
(k»e- h rd of t he hut ire price of ad
oaeh.-pay.iblo M J** «faimn of «he pu-x
not*- and laitV* cyraR ot t
St Mr
and spec «1 io- sage «rn Ofr l
imereetnt »her- .s ,r e;
the tie «f ?a.o unt.-i *k-' - -
The irap.o eiuci »«
p-.-lioiev »•(«root io tf
city until the final j:
«hou- the n"be i :
sued a pun. (h# eet o
étiKnaSl 11 *" Un* "ïà"ôte-f
" bbTeUÄ^
OôNST ABIiE'S SALES.
M. (italvtUTa tl. r. Berkel.
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