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- " - OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES If FICI AL JOURNAL OF THF. STATE OF LOUISIANA. s LOCAL INTELLIGENCE^ i s : The French Market Homktde.— The testimony before the Coroner Saturday eveniDg was as follows : Madame Rose Nicaud—Yesterday morn iug early Mr. Guerin was taking coffee with me. He came back the second tim*». While taking coftVe Mr. Edouard passed by, end Mr. Guerin then called Mr. Edouard as if he was calli« g a friend. I heard Mr. Guerin say to Jbdouard, ''Tell me thé truth.'' The words were spoken in French—at the same time they both seemed to be excited. I then bea»-d Mr. Guerin lay to Edouard. "Go away. I do not want to have anything tn do with you." Then Mr. Edouard passed t ward Fît. Philip street, and I told him not to pay any attention to what Mr. Gaerin said to him, because Le was deranged; 1 meant intoxicated. After telling Mr. Edouard so he went away, and so did Mr. Guerin. After a while Mr. Guerin came back and said to me, "I am going to take the cars and go home to wash and rest myself*,*' and on starting he saw Mr. Edouard, the deceased, with a police officer and another gentleman coming toward him. Officer Gustave C. Marigny- Yesterday about half-past pix o'clock 1 started from the head of the Beef Market. In the Veg etable Market, right behind Mr. Felix s table, close to U rati lines street, as I was going to give my servant the marketing. Officer Young came to me and asked me if 1 had some shrimps to give him. I told him yes. At the same moment Mr. Edou ard came up to him and told him be wanted him to come to him. He started with Edouard. About five minutes after he had arted with bitn I heard a shot. I ran as ,r as Rose's table. I saw Young along side of a table as white as a sheet: be eould not speak. I asked him what was the matter. He tcld me it was only a shot in the air. After that Mme. Siftion told me to look out; to pass the other way; I would see Guerin. When J * ar rived at St. Philip street I did pot W® Guerin. I then went to the levee, and did not see him either. After the shoot ing I went to the stand of Edouard; a lit tle boy told me to run to the Vegetable Market; he bad fallen by Ldngdon's stand; [ and O.Bcer Trepagnfer went there; law the man lying by Langdon's stand; * he mild not Bpeak; I did not see Officer oung after that; I came to the station and ported the facta to the clerk and sergeant; ® took Mr. Espinola with me to examine 2 is £ he man; he told me the best thing to do pitas to get a carriage aed send him hofne io I did; Mr. K«pinola told me to disperse the crowd; I and officer Trepagnier did The jnry, upon the evidence furnished. _ we as a finding that the deceased, Ed ouard Fores, had come to his death by a istol-shot wound iuflicted by one Arthur rio. Paiaoraprs.—T he sensation reporters, rbose inventive powers are wonderful, tike the ridiculous statement that the llored man who wits killed by Guerin Rde a speech at a colored club, lately, ireatening that the colored men could ike care of the lice, meaning white omen ; and the colored women would ike care o/i the- nits, meaning the white lildren. Hws not necessary to say that such specif was made. The samea^nsalionists impute the Cre at 'etna to ié.^|ndiarism by a colored man, carry o'lfjwie alleged threats of Sandy icker, w.ip^never made the incendiary tech attrfcfâted to him. Con scie# Je makes cowards of us all,' 7 id so A l'*lr Guerin is reported to have he djii^Jnot surrender himselt to the l authoi/ties at oDce for fear of being ibbed bJL colored men. There was no rge assemblage of colored men on the day IhehonJwide, notwithstanding the absurd presentations of people who scent danger afar/ We make this declaration on the ithorit// of Mr. Smith Izard, aidj to the lief Police. A t/inid and inaccurate reporter says, IDeru 9, in order to have themselves :ered as voters, may be compelled, in lefense, to go armed and in large lei to certain registration offices." Will reporter state where registration offices ire opened in Republican club-rooms? Martin Lens quarreled with a woman Saturday night, on Barracks street, and irew a knife on her. It was taken away Corporal Rooser, when Leps tied in the irection of Chartres street, and fell into gutter. The corporal made a call rap * ie P avemHnt f° r tu» is tan ce, bnt the kth Ward Democratic Club passing at Ibe time, some of its members took the w from the corporal. la the scuffle ising from this interference, Policeman °^ lr wa8 »I igbtly cut in the felt hip. I.-pR as ent in the buck, and was sent to Char r Hospital. By tne report of Dr. (îeorge W. Dir lyer. Secretary of the Board of Health, appears that the whole number ot inter vals lust week in tnis oily was ' 3 s. ot leee thirteen died of consumption, five of ingestion ot the brain, twenty-eight of va uret:|lous fevers, and fourteen were stillborn. Arthur Guerin, who committed the homi le or murder in the French Market Fri 'y morning, surrendered himselt to Sheriff «well c-aturday night about tea o'clock, id was lodged In the Parish Prison. ,E. D. Gordon, a supernumerary police ian, shot Richard Murphy, a regular po Deman, near St. Mary's Market, yesterday orning, and lodged two bullets in his sdy. A party of roughs Who had been Inking got np a row and Murphy was It. Pi - _ eter Gallagher has been arrested as accetsory to the shooting. The condi n of Murphy |> critical. About nine o'clock last evening, John lekley,«while running oa Orleans street, Itween ' viller© and Bcbenson, was ac dentally shot in the hand by the dis revo er which he carried in pocket. (pbert Abbott was found on Poydras pet, early in the naoroing, dangerously *r"JBnnded in the head. He states that he shot iram * house on Franklin street, Iween Poydras and Perdido. He was It to the Charity Hospital. "f]?M)ennls Robinson was stabbed and dan lualy wounded by Joseph Pamison, 08 * premises he entered, at Coe corner Lafayette and Dryades sheet*, with ent 10 commits robbery. Pamison was tested, and Robioson wa arme Hospital. ■ I was taken to the An nnoooupied house at the corner of toblogton ayedue and Prosper street, was ■troyed by fire about eleven o'clock this orniiig. It was owned by Mr. •■'etter and ured. Supposed to have been set on William MoDnff has been nominated by 1 Govern or and confirmed by tlie Sen 1 as one of-the Board of Police Comm;* » n<! iCoBRE'TriON.—Jules Lanabere, Ootave ey and Amadee Blasco were elected dél iâtes to the Firat District Congressional nvention by the Republicans of the Fifth '«rd and not the First Ward. t a primary eleotion held by the Re licans of the Third Ward, on Thursday the following gentlemen were elected gates to the hecood Congressional Dis i Numinating Convention, viz: Thomas ne, J. P. Keating, F. C. Antoine, B. P. tchard, W. B. Meson, Jamee Certer. _ '?i St. -- 24» Monetary and Copunercial. moietabt. Mu n da'V. September 26, 1 P, Si., ÜÄ We have no change to report jn the jneney market ......... American half-dollars changed hands at 136&. Foreign exchange is quiet. $1500 bank sterling sold at 154. and 2>,WK) ur-va'e banker»' francs at 3.71. 4. T*»c bank rates are 153(5I®« *or stsr!lng, and 3.?0ä&W£ for iranos At the close on Saturday storfins was quoted at MUfai5Jtet5tt. for good to A1 bill of lading and clear, and 3 73\€3.72. l a for A1 commercial. Domestic exchange b«n undergone change. The bankscbeck< " discount, and the sales of o New York sight at 7-16 ft cent discount. Nothin* reported in ; took» or bond!' S Oity treasury notes are inactive. MOCO change«! and* at 36^ ft cent discount and $2(OTat37. Thi ealers buy the «mail sums offered across their counters at S7?j<$39 discount, and sell at 3tyPBW. COM MERCIAN*. Mondât, September 29,1 P. M. COTrON—There is» fair inquiry this morning, and wo hear of sales thus tar of about 500 bales. The offering supply is tight, and with news of a rather favorable tenor from Liverpool, holders are asking an advance of ' 4 o. A portion of toe sales noted above were oh the baNfs of 22)4« for middling. but the movement has not been ot sufficient extent to justify quotations. Saturday's butines» cammed > baies, moctly i -<*21c 1 ■ good ordinary 2l, I i'32i;V for low middling; 2if...22' 4 c for »id«jj«ng: 2 .•*('§—c foritrict middling; and 23' 4 «-c lor good middling. SUGAR—Only »jobbing business Is doing at ll'i <%13 ' 4 c ^ ip. for grooerv grades of Cuba sugar in boxes at in hnathead ■ : Louisiana sugar is retailing •t l3>A®15'io 'f. P' for fair to prime. MGLASSES—We have not any sales to note. Cuba molasses is quoted at 3Do; 4l> a i 145c gallon ES iview of Saturday. pal pales to-day were contineu to 334' bbls, ol which 284 choice extra at $U, and 60 at $13 » bbl. _ CORN—'We havri again to note a «full and déclin wg market Bafuraay eveoimr. not previously re ported. 584 eacts while bold a* 92o. t=* bushel. To day th«! sales are confined to|750 sacks mixed, in poor rder, at 90c p bushel. OATH—Are dull and have aeain declined 2c f biishel 1000 sacks so'd at 5«o 1» bushel. B ri AN-100 seid at $115 I0J fts, a further decline of 5c WU0 ih* - . HAY—Only» limited jobbing business is doing. A lot of «4 hales prime St. Louis sold at $23''- 23 50 ft ton. a further decline of about $1 f» ton. PORK—The marke, is stiU firmer to day, although business is doing at $31 ^ bbl for mess. LARD—Is quiet but firm. Prime îa t.erces is re tai .ng *t$0c; kAs 22a lb. ^AUON—Shoulders^ ms* retailing at 13Q13.^c; clear ribbed sides l#'j'S16)»c; clear sides 17*l7' c; ugar curad hams l»'i«20o: plain hams 18c ft. ' "ALE ROPE—Is quiet and unchanged Round •ob* of best machine rope re held at 9c # ft; 9' 4 a ^ ft ardthe retail prie s. »RON TIES—Are in good demand at -* -* id 7/^e top retail. G-Thè ; y. ft for — JGGlWG—Thè market for round lots of India bggging is quiet, holdern asking 24c $ yard The nteadM.hlWteMi yard in rolls, and HlL>i£S—Both wet and dry hides are in more fair request at steady prices. Buyers who hav* been holding off for some time past, owing to the depres sion prevailing in Northern markets, are coming forward to invest. We quote wet city tlauehiered Îsoîa & a : i^ exican ary flint 21^2 2c ; country do. s2® 19cî iexaä Mmtcbad 19®21c; dry salted 17@« njrlret is still bare. Washed is V-fc wool— Th. _________ ___ __ IO quoted at 3n<«36c *fè ft; I^juisiana nutive 25'Ä27'ic; burrv 10®15o ^4 ft. HOPS—Western msjt is quoted at Canada at $2 PS's:2 90 ft busheL Hops ft for old, and 40c tor new. .^CNNY BAG'S—Are inactive; quoted nominally a«/ -fiaC w doz. BUTTKR- The market is very dull with a heavy Western at 32$34c f 1 lb inßnojr27'?)3l\j; choice Goshen 45c; go«jd Nortnern 40c ft.1 ÖHEESE— Steady , We quote choic 16@18o ft for reserve and factory, and 1for Northern cream and English .2.45 $2 B5(ä2 70; Turks' v lsland HBBl________ I'hereareat present three cargoes afloat offering, the nominal price being $2 25 sack for Liverpocff. COFFEE—Prime Rio is in fair re iue B t at firm price-, but other gradei Bales of -50U and 250 hi We . '?i bbl. . _______________ being held at $4. Pitch steady a ern. bpirits turpentine quiet at 40c >4 gallon. Marine Intelligence. •TEAMEK8 LEAVING TO DAY. Baltimore........ Mobile .......... St, Louis......... Vieksburg....... Ljuisville........ Orfachita River Cm A, Dukebart, 7 r. M. .Mail Boat, 2 p. m —Cars. •Bek ahd Barges, Gol!, . t) a. ? Governor Allen, Smoker, 5 Louisville, Bchenck, 5 ; m. .Success, Rea, 5P. M. Bayou Sara........ Nina Simmes. Greathouse, Bayou de Glai/.e Kankakee, Maitland, 5 ; I.caving To-Morrow. Havana Mobile.... St. Louis Louisville.. Red River Red River. Red River. Ouachita.. Bayou Sara........L. Lafourche......... F Lafourche.........If Lafourche... Lower Coast Mamioville.. Tappahamxofk, La B!e-he, 6 Mail Boat, 2p. m.— Cara Olive Branch, Jones 5 p. m, .St. M.vnf, Sweeney, 5 r. m. Richmond, Boardman. 5 LOTUd No. 2, Danna's, 5 P. M. c Ho ..HettyGilmore, King, 10 a ..THOB.P owi.LL, Dinvant. lr. ..A. G. Brown, Bassett, 12M. ..Camélia, C'ozzens, 12 m.—C a OFFICE OF THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, j Monday.iSeptember 28, I86P. CLEARED SATURDAY. Steamship Gen Grant, Quick, lor N«e Yo Steamship George Washington, Gager Steamsnip Agnes, Bourne, for Galveston Steamship Lizzie. Felsher. for Pensacola Steamer Lucreua Davis, for M ____ ... Davis. L*dy Gay, Bor*, for bt. Louis British shiji Core net, CorriqaU. for Liverpool _______shit» Core net, Corrioall. Brig A G Jewett, R- ed, for Mai -chooner ttspa.-ia. Royal, from Tampa Bay British schooner Buiy Butts, Howett, for Havana British sonooner Andromeda, bimpson, tor Havan ARRIVALS. Steamship United States, Norton, fn delphia, to Creevy, Nickerson Aeo—2d diet 8TSAM BOATS. Frances Blakeslee. from Mobile. Louisville, Bchenck, from Louisville. ABBIVED SATURDAY. French steamship Sonora, Bon vat. from Vara Cruz, via Tamp co, to V I erilliat— 3d disi 25 Steamship 2VI' dianoi ; A Wtutney *co—1st <1 > Harris A Bidwel! Wild Wagoner, Richardson, fre Richmond, Boardman, from tjhreveport. Welcome Laughhn. from St, Louis. Lucretia, Davis, from Mobile—New Basin. Hunter, Jeantrau, from Pointe a a-Hacho. TOWBOATS. Boe, G oil, from St. Louis, with 4 barges. EXPORTS. IEW YORK—Steamship George Washington— --- bales cotton 80 bbls oil 400 oiicake msal 50 tes lard 24» bbls hour 258 pkgs bone black 6b bills hides 25 **1?EW YORK—Steamship General Grant—1'68 bale« Cotton 27 bales wool 8 bates hides 2928 sks oats «kJObbls flour U>7 bbls meal 12 hhda tobacco 2frC sks cotton seed 50 pkgs mdse UALVESTONT—Steamship Agnes—650 bbls flour ipty bbls 23 bags eoffee 1.0 pkgs LIV » KPOOL—Ship Catonat—2817 bales ootton 420 itaves 3 9 bbls rcsto . bT LOUIS—steamer Lady' Gay—1500 bare railroad ron 809 bxs tin plate 14 tes noaa ash MOBILE—SteamW Lnoretia—1 hhd sugar 200 bbls flour 6 bbls whisky HAV \NA—'Ctiooii«r Bill» ButM-1000 libtoflour MAR.EII.lATS-* 11 hhd. to!)««, SO bbls flour au bbte ueel 200 bbls oil 65,860 staves IMPOSTS. rSDIANOLA AND G ALYE8l( Morgan—II baiefbot'.on $1,650 i»«l LI V El( POOG—Ship Victoria- 744l^& sal EE0BIPTS ÖF PS0DÜOE. NATCHEZ—Steamer Wild Wagoner—393 bales °jiîjl EVEPORT -Sten^gjt »ichmor.d-5«19 bales fiftYOU SARa— S tefiaéff Orey .Eagle—205 bales ootton S hhds sugar i q OUACHITA Cl l Y-SteatoWTatoaquai - 7«i»bales °^"dOUI8-8t«»mer Bee and haroH-3W9 *ks oats 2D hhds Tobacco efi3t bbls flour 360 hf-do ST LOUId— ht earner Welcome—73 bale« ootton HIM&&BPORT—Steamer Kankakee- » bales oUea -, PO INT E- A-LA- HAGUE—Steamer Hanter— U9 S. E . R 4^f?»« i ^ Se ''" mber PKR OPÊLuUFJaS KAILROAI>"S«pt.xBkier 16— ■li bbls riqp f )f , -à n IfBMORANBA, The steamship Mariposa from New Orleans to New York, had heavy northeast gale* from Dry Tor* tugas to Cape Hatteras ; and the steamship Ores snt City, Weir, from New Orleans for New York, ::m 2 a oc\cro gale on the 17th. Both arrived safely. FOREIGN PORTS, • H.—Arrived from Saw Orleans* vT«. Clewed for New Orie.n., ,hip Lijwpool, Sect. 7.-S«il«d for New Orleui, .hi, Waller«, Karn.a. Kremertlev». Sept. S—Sailed, ehipe Dorette, Schulte«; udXrlhu>del.WMWer, "or - e* OriMne. ftPfc fcL"r«ï K«».* (Me, (ÏSXŸ.wTkÆS" Lu," Rio de J.neii. Ao* K._s„l,d, htrk Almiee, Barhman, t it New Orleans. Sl_Thomas. Sept. 8. —Arrived, schooner Joe Kel »ans. ship J load for New Orleans. POLITICAL NOTICES. Tenth Ward Itepul»licans.-At the regular meeting of the Tenth Ward Radical RepublUan Olub, Friday, the twenty fifth instant, the following resolutions were introduced by Dr. D. Mtckay, and nnanimoffllyadopted : t ^ resolution, introduced by Senator John Kay, is now under consideration in our Legis !* tu . re \V ro P 0 *Mno to amend the State Constitution Pj -.J . n E. p . ut t, ° a ^ P*rt of the ninety-ninth article thereof which requires those who aid»*d and abetted the iate reOnhion, prior io being elegihle as F-lectors, to hie acertihoote eeiting lorth that said rebellion was morally and politically #rong. and that they re gret any aid and cômfort thèy may have given the Whereas. It is (he conviction of this Club that the Itiast to be required of those who, in rheir traitorous efforts tô destroy the nation, imbued their hands with the patriot blood of hundreds of thousands of their countrymen, is that they, by expressing regret »or the guilty past *»••»*• ----— - ----•- — •"— ---ftbehii ' ish those gory hands, < ighe-t prerogative of an American ein *u—io c*»i & baliot; Iberetore, Resolved, That we. the Republicans of the Tenth rard look with the utmost abhorrence upon the of those Senators who, in the face of the vin- palladium of safety and freedom. Resolved. That we tender ..... o.uvc.o , u » UB n w Benafors Campbell, Lewis, Poindexter and Pollard .....---------------------- (Jonsti • sincere thajik« . -------------dexter a r able sffotts to preserve intact « After making nominations for the coming State Convention, according to resolutions of previous meetings, the Club adjourned to meet for the el«c i of the same on MONDAY, the twenty eignth instant, at ?:3J P. M. W. B GRAY, President. Wm, W. Jackson, Secretary. se28 puny has Attention, Fonrlli Word !—TO-NIG HT, this twenty-eighth day of September, you are respectfnl y requested to report at the orincipal Club, Turner's Hall, Derbigny street, for the purpose of selecting your candidates, so as to enable you all to vote lor two Delegates at the election that I hereby call, on TUESDAY NIGHT, the twenty-ninth, a" Turner's Hall. Derbigny street, to represent your above named Ward at the nest Nominating Convention. The poll will open at four o'clock and close at ten clock P. M. By order of E. LONGPRfc, President of the Fourth Ward Republican Club. R. C. Howard, Secretary. se28 it* and ----TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at hilf past n o'c ock P. M., on Ulaiborne. between Common "ravier streit*. All young men loyal to the The and fat gun cap, and white government are reqm biue pants, jactie ' E C.'MASON...Captain; « v**• * Lieutenant; New Orleans. September sTifiès! HENRY DCHSEY, PETER HA RVEY. Second Lie Grant and Celfux Zouaves.—At a called meeting of th* Republicans in the Seventh Ward, August 24, about fseventy-five persons present, new club was organized, styled the "Grant and Col fax Zouaves,* - and entirely completed their organi zation. The following are the officers of the Zouave? : WM. II GREEN. President; J. L. DUPART, Vice-President; L. J. -MANUEL, Secretary; JULES GOM EZ, Treasurer; lion. H. L. KEY, Marshal. The Zouaves will meet regularly at the schoplhoust corner of Greatmenand Union streets every SUN DAY MORNING, at ten o clock. WM H. GREEN, President, L. J. Manuel, Secretary, The Colfax Guard» meet at Williams' School Room, on Gravier between Liberty and Liow itrects, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, J. P. Keating, Secretary. The Warnuuh ('umpulgn Club—Meets at No. 4."4 Lafayette street every MONDAY EVEN ING. P. S. NUGENT, President. THOMAS JONKs. Vice President. CHARLES KELLY. MARTIN NNOVtXL, " CHARUE*COLEMAN. Tre.v-u Pioneer Grant <'luh. —Inconsequence of i rapid increase in their numbers, the "Pioneer have engaged the commodious National Hall, at No. 9 Poydras street, between Franklin and Liberty streets,for Headquarters. All voters who favor the election of Grant and Colfax are invited to join this club. Regular meetings every FRIDAY EVENING N. W. Trayiaj Attention, Grunt Wide Awakes, Third Ward.—This c!ob meet* every TUESDAY and FRI DAY evening, on Gravier street, between Liberty and Howard. Radical Republicans are cordially invited to utteud. GEORGE WILLIAMS. President. PETIR Bax. Secretary. Irish Republican Club.—Owing to the creasing numbers of this Club, we have obtained I fine and spacious ball over Bertero's saloon, m Mechanics' Institute, Dryades street. Regular meeting nights TUESDAYS ami SATURDAY half-past seven o'clook. Punctual attendance i quested of each membeT, and all persons favorable j the election of Grant and Colfax are respectfully invited to attend. By order of : Col. JAMES FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM, President. P. K. Collins, Secretary. b*21 Sixth Ward Grunt and Colfax «iuh No. 1.—Nights of regular meeting every TUESDAY, ieven o'clock P. M. Names of Officers— Jos. Soude. President; Wil liam Rudolph, Vice-President ; Laurent Auguste. Vice President: Alcide Lewis, Vice-President; Noel Bachu8, Vice-President; John Shul.:, Treasurer, O. P. Warnick, Secretary. g< SPECIAL NOTICES, Wolle«. —The office of the Board of Registration is at Room No. 7, City Hall where all communie* Lions should he addressed. It is particularly request ed that writers from the country parishes will state their poetoffice address. WILLIAM BAKER, 5 Chairman Board of Registration. OFFICIA L— POUfl D NO I ICES. STREET COMMISSION! R» DEPARTMENT,) as estraya : Roum No. J, City Hall, ^ New Orleans, September 27, I86f WTERE BROUGHT TO THE FIRST DISTRICT v » Pound, corner of Lafayette and Locust s' expenses thereon pawl, wdl be sold at public at said| Pound,onWEDNENDAY,weptember 30 1866, JOSEPH MURPHY, , for Controller. Street oommissioner'b Department Room No. 1, O ty Hall. m Poun«i, corner of Orleans and Claiborne streets, One^lOW. . licb, if not claimed within five days, and___ expenses thereon paid, will be sold at public suction t said Pound, on WEDNEnDA V,Bept.pmber jQ.1868, tlio'clockM. JOaEPH MURfllY, Mreet Commissioner. Pas. Labakhe, Deputy Controller se25 5fe OFFICIAL ^ 0TI0ES, PK0P081LS FOK HHISOLK*. By command of Office Chief Qcartermaster, i D epartmeosor Louisiana, ) New Orleans, La., September 28.186B. ) PROPOSALS ARK INVITED AND fEMfivod at this office until 2 P. third day of October, 18t_, at the New Basin, of— Mfc - IB t ity, at_____ (SttUiGLi-h. 18 inches Of «the Department govern ■ the right to reject any OFFICIAL NOTICES. C« mapouu foul uitei 1 ' ' - OrincfcSftT QnaVrmvWe^g ) MiwlHRiHH OEALED PROPOSALS ARB INVITED AND .YiTrî ,, U received at thin office until 2 P. M. I UESDAY the twsn leth day of Octoüer, 1868, for furnishing ibe material and constructing the fol lowing named buildings, vis: One Brick PORI Kit h LODGE at National Ce tery at Little Rock. Arkansas Gne Stone PORTER'S LODGE at National Ceme tery at Fort Smith. Arkansas. One Wooden PoRTJCRft LODGE at National ing Fayetteville, Arkansas. specification* can be see-__ „„ ?*?<* at the office of Brevet Major E. J. Eckinson, Chief Qaartenuaeter, Little Rees. Arkansas. The aoili y of the bidder to fulfill his agreement must be proved to the satisfaction of this depart moot. No proposal will be entertained from any party who has hitherto failed in his engagements with any branch ot the Government. Bids will be opened at time above named, and -• all bids. Proposals should be indorsed " Proposals for Lodges in Arkansas," and ad«lressed to the under signed. By order of the QaaTtèrmaster General. D. S. A. C ri AH. H TOMPKINS, Brsvet Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, Department of Louisiana. PROPOSALS FOR STOVES. Offick Chief Quartermaster, ) Department of Louisian*, S New Orleans, La., .September 28,1968. ) CEALED PROPOSALS ARE INVITED AND will be received at this office until two P. M. October, 18bfc, (or and the deliv 5i ELBOWS. ) FIRE SHOVELS, SHEET Particulars 25 SHEETS UF ZINC. be learned on application at this advert u>ement. 'I he United States reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Proposals must be indorsed "Proposals for Stoves, i addressed to the Brevet Brigadier General and A. '. 51., PROPOSA lift. red 150 Office Chief Quartermaster, Departiuent oi Louisiana ' New Orleuus. beuteuiber 2b, ih«8. ' S BALED PROPOSALS AKE INVITED AND O will be received at this office until 2 P. M., MON DAY, thetitih day of October, 18ds, for furnishing l»a \, me nttu a this Department— 19,000 best quality building BRICKS. 6* ,000Cypress SHINGLES, 18 inches. 14.280 f< ||te" *-"■**'----- ing i Levee at foot of CalU« flve rtisement. Proposals must be indorsed "Proposals," and ad dressed to the undersigned. By command of Brevet Major General Rousseau. CHAS. H. TOMPKINS. Brevet Brig. Gen. and C. Q. M., se23 6b Department of Louisiana. PROPOSAL« FOK HOSPITAL. Officf. Chief Qcabterma^ ICE GHIEF QCABTER.VA«TF.R, ) Department of Louisisca, > New Orleans, La , September J6 1883. ) SEALED PROPOSALS ARK INVITED AND material and erecting at Baton Bouge, Louisiana: and at office of Lieuteuant J. Latchford, United Hospital at Baton Rouge," and addressed 1 By order of the Quartermaster General United CHAH. H. TOMPKINS, Brevet Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, ■avtuivi vjuarierinasier, - Department of Louisians. of pKTITION ............. PETITION. ! Honorable the Cornu >• pectfuUy ask of t ck sidewalk, with t AN I ON STEEVE. 60 feet LOUIS HOFhMA WIDOW V1CIOKIA BILAC,96feel WILLI A M N A S H. 9«3 fee t. UEORGK KERN, 80feet. OWhN KELLY, 3*1 lest RUDOLPH BLIKSATH. 96 feet. J H KELLER. 547feet. Total number of feet, US6. a PETITION........ ....... ........PET ITION. Nouvelle Le •rléans »il « ommun de la ville de la signé-«, propriétaires sur la ne St. André, corps la_ construction d'u banquette e: ......... tê aua-ouest < St. Andre, depuis la rue Liberté jusqu'à la J AN PON STEEVE. GO pieds. Li »CIS HOFFMAN, .30 pieds. ____ = ___..Ji, 30 pis VEUVE VICTORIA BIL. WILLIAM NAS H, 96 pieds. AC, : pieds. J. H. GERDIN'G, I3d tiieds. Nombre total de pied?, 1136. PETITION ..PETITION. spelling the prop ' We the city having Clay street graded and ma ädaznlz from Cimti to Customhouse street, at its own < pense, in the same manner as it has been done frt_ Conti to St. Louis street, as we believe that the beno fits extended to one or more should be extended to all on the same street, and in this view we Bolicit your honorable body to instruct the Uitv Survevor to proceed in the grading and macadamizing of Clay street from Conti to Customhouse street. And as in duty bound we will ever pray. WILLIAM H. VREDaNBURG. per William H. Vredonburg. Jr.. 25 feet on Peters street, and 100 feet on Clay street. JEAN PETIT, 202feet on Clay street, 202 cn Pe ' ET, 200 feet on Clay street, 100 on Peters A. D. GRIEFF, 50 feet on Olay street. B. J. BEKKKNY, 50 feet on Clay street. A. ZONA, 25 feet on Clay street. FELIX LaBATUT, fiUfeet on Clay street. 5C c Peters street. A. H. D'MeZ A. 50 feet «>n Olay street. J. A. LaVILLEBEDVRE, 25 feet on Clay street. A. JACQUET, per pro A. Becket, 50 feet oa Clay 50 on Peters street. Total number of fe*-t in square, 1224; total number of feet pETITION......................PETITION?. N O WEI.1.E-OrLEA VS. 18 Août 1868. A 1' Honorable Conseil Commun de la ville de la Nouvelle-Orléans: —•es soussignés, projirittaires sur leB rues Peters et Clay, Deuxième District de cette ville, vous infor respectueusemeut qu'il serait nécessaire de uiredeß banquet tes sur les dites rues, depuis " " — ,A *" — J_ *■ Douane, et----- Jl prient rie vouloir bien passer l'ordonnance nécet saire afin d'obliger tous les propriétaires à faire lee ê fait de ia rue Conti à la i e même» avantages qui < ";' apïïS Peters, 100 pieds PETIT, 202 pieds sur la rue Clay. 202 pieds rue Clay, KW pieds sur la À. D G'RIKFF, 50 pieds sur la rue Clay. on 3 Peters. B. J B8.RKENY. 50 pieds s » City. FELIX 1 A TUT, 50 pieds t pi eus fur :a rne Peters A. IL D'MEZ A. 50 pieds e ■ la I e Clay, 50 b Ôlay, 50 pied. procuration de A. Becket, 50 no rouu. Office Ceief Comm is' y of subswtence.U. 8.A., ) Department of i^misiana. > New Orleans. La., heptember 18,1868. ) ing BKK, i860, for furnishing the United States Sub Department with the following Stores, r 20 000 pounds of SPLIT PEAS, of the growth barrels of MESS PORK, of the beet quality 60 000 pounds of 10 ,lt barrels of FLOUR, equal to the Government standard. Each barrel of Flour purchased will be required te weigh 196 pounds, and all Flour abs raet ed at previous inspections, or missing from the bar rein from other causes, will barequired to be made up by the contrat) tor. l'he above articles to be of the very best ouality and put up in superior packages, and te be delivered at tho Anchor Press, in tbie oity, within twenty days after the epeaing of the bids. No bids wilt be reçoive* from parties who have failed to comply #ith their engagements with any branch of the GeEMusMAh Proposals to be addrereed to the undersigned and marked "Propo«KH6*E' A. BUCK WITH, selS 6* ÜIBfft i. Gen. and C. B., U. Ö. A. aud OFFICIAL NOTICES—CITY. Matobalty or New Orleavs, * Wesoîved.Tnaffhe adjudication of the contract for furnishing coal to the city for one year by the Oon - troller to A. DeSoIa be and the r---* » same is hereby ap • Resolved, farther, That the Mayor be and he is hereby au-bonzed to enter into contract before the City Notary in behalf of the city with A. De. Bola as tmbdlps'. and ft. Thomatis »«»»enrffy. for the fn.ru. before the ing of coal to the city at the rate o# 'seventy-three ALFRED KEARNY. Presiden. Board Assistant Aldermen. THOMAS MARKIY. President Board Aldermen. Approved September 21 . 1868. ^(Signed) JOHN JB. CONWAY. Mayor. John tfffôvERAtL, Secretary. se25 5 Mayoralty «f Nkw orle.i.nb, l City Hall, September 21, lb«a ) [No. 1019—New Series.] Fesolvrd, That the Surveyor be and he is hereby uthori/.ed to construct or came to be constructed wo bridges on the southwestern side of Banks street, one at the corner of Tonti and Banks streets and one at the corner of Kocheblave and Banks ts ; *nd be it further lolved. That the Surveyor be and he is hereby authorized to grade and till Banka, Kocheblave and Tonli streets around the depot of the Canal and Claiborne streets railroad, provided the whole work does not cost over (fj(J0) five bunched «fellers. (Signed) .ALFRED KEARNY, President Board Assistant Aldermen. 'Signed' THOMAS MaRKEY, President Board Aldermen. Approved September 21. 1868. ^Signed) JOHN R. CONWAY, Mayor. ' W. Overall, Secretary. Mayoralty of Nbw Orleax«. j Jity Hall, September 21, 18<£. No. 3020— Nèw Series. Resoived, That the Controller be and he is hereby luthorized to warraot on the Trdasur-ir. in favor of William Henry for and in the sum of four hund red and fifty dollars. f$#50), fn full compensation for 150 tons of paving atom s, used in Street Commis sioneis Department in the month of February last. (Signed' ALFRED KEARNY. President Board Assistant. Aldermen. (Signed) THOM A* M A 8 K K V . President ' Approved September 2L 1868 (Signed) ........ ' A true copy w---— -------- - . se25 5t " President Board Aldermen. JOHN R. CONWAY, Mayor. John W. overall. Secretary. Mayoe.-u.ty of New Orleans, City Ball, September 21, 1888. No. 1021—New Series. Resolved, That the contract for reptirine the rail ing around Lafayette square, &dju«lic&ted on th. tifieenth August, 1W8. by the Controller, to John of and the same is (Signed) President Board As ALFRED KEARNY, THOMAS MARKEY. John W. Overall, Secretary. MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS, I City Hall. September 21, 1868- ) No. 1022—New Series. Resolved, That the.Mayor be and he is,hereby foot; (Signed) ity, Christopher (JonnelJ, ALFRED KhiAknt. President Hoard Assistant Aldermen. (Signed) THOM \8 MARK EY. Prebident Board Aldermen. Approved September 21, 1868. (oigned) JOHN B. CONWAY, Mayor. John W. Overall, Secretary. ________________BAN.4. J City Hull, September 21, 1868. J No. 1023—New Serie3. Resolved. That the Surveyor be hereby authori/.ed - r »«t hnrfv ulvert on Fehcity stri of the Uamp street canal, in ordert - water com ng down on the upper side ALFRED KEARNY, Board Assistant Aldermen. JOHN K. CONWAY, Mayor. a iru* copy. John W. Overall, Secretary. se25 rt No. 1021—New Series. Resolved, That j a distillery ; Providei , tor the purpose of c w (l ALFRED KEARNEY, a 8ü; •ed Septembpr 21. 1868. President Board Aldermen. JOHN K. CONWAY, Mayor. John . Overall, Secretary. '«25 6 Mayoralty of New Orleans, ; City Hall, September 21, 1868. ! No. 1025. —New Series. Resolved, That permission be and is hereby grant 9d to Mr. Robtrt Alexander to erect a steam engini in nis preraiees. No. 3t0New Levee street, hat wee« Erato-and Benjamin streets; Prov ded, 1 ndtor President Board Assista THOMAS MARKEY. President Board Aldermen. Approved September 1 1, 18C JOHN li. CONWAY, Mnyor. 4 W. OVE , Secretary. »25 tr> M ayoralty op New Orleans, \ Citv Hall, September 21, 1668. J No. 102G—New Series. Resolved, That the Surveyor b* and he is hereby mthorized to cause twemy (if) new tops to hen a butcher stalls of toe Diyades Market, dred dollars '300.) of ihe same does no1 «: ied t (Signed) ALFRED KEARNY. THOMAS MARKEY, l Board Aldermen. JOHN K. CONWAY, Mayor. Johm W. Overall, Secretary. ne. 5 6t No. 1027—New Serie«. Resolved, That the City Surveyor be and he hereby authorized to dig and clean out the ditchet i both sides of Lafayette avenue, from Claiborne ALFRED KEARNY. President Board Assistant Aldermen. THOMAS MARKEY, President Board Aldermen. Approved September 21.1868. JOH& R. CONWAY, Mayor. is^wf OvKBALi., Secretary. se25 5t Mayoralty of Nkw Orleans, i City Hail, September 21, 18<&. No. 1028—New Series. R 'solved. That the Street Commissioner be and le is hereby instruct Jl the Second and Tmra uisiri ts to oe aumpea on Lafayet te avenue, between Claiborne street and Flor cause all the oll als Approved September 21, t. Presiden- Board of Aldermen. m (Signed) JOHN R. CONWAY, Mayor. Overall, Secretary. se25 5t Matobaltt of New Orleans C ity Hall, September 21, 1866. No. 1029—New Series. Resolved, That permission be and is hereby granted te Henry Walter to establish a cooper shop on the vacant lot corner of Thalia and White, no Basin street: Provided the same be established i_ accordance with the city laws and ordinances, acd remain during the pleasure of the Common (Signed) ALFRED KEARNY. President Board As.-istant Aldermen. THOMAS MAKKKY, «gKad) President Board Aldennen. John W. Overall. Secretary. pNiw Orleans, Matoualtt_____ J_________ City Hall, heptember 21, lbte. No. 1030—New Series. Resolved, That Mr. H. Remoning be and be is hereby authorized to lay a pipe from his wo«)l-»«sh ing establishment to the river, to carry off the soap water used f*>r the purpose ot washing wool (Signed) ALFRED KEARNY. t Board ot Aldermen. (Signed) A true copy : John w. JOHN R. CONWAY, Mayor. Overall, Secretary. se26 5t Mayoralty of New Orleans, » Oity Hall. September 21,1868. j No. 1032—New Serie». _____Ji walks, »it Resolved, That the Controller be and he is hereby ** , - aDET nottoe in the authoiued, __________ official journal, to the lowest bidder or bidders, oontract for oonstructii— **•- **"—*- ■ • • • as all M the struoting the following nlauk side - »sideof liagaoti*street, from Kel Market to W ashington street; also on one side of Third street, from Magnolia street to Willow Street : aud alao on one aids of Willow street, from Felicity Road to Jackson street, aooording to plans and *peci "'»r *• ■ OFFICIAL NOTIOES-OITY. Mayoralty or NKw OhlKaWb, \ City Hall, September 21,1808. J No. 1031—New Series. Re-olveAThat the Controller be and he is hereby brjdtet?^i««te N.VJ <;«ï«l~B^;;V'rt"Tte'fôot ot ul >S rt r teoonlln* Jo »tat« end upecdctioue on fUe In the Surveyor s office sin (Signed) (Signed) Pres dent Board of AJdsruien. Approved September 2\ 1868 (fWgnodi JOHN H. CONWAY, Mayor. A true copy. John W Overall. Secretory. ae26 6t - Mayorabty- of New Orlrafb. » City Hall, September 24, lWi. J No. Ï033— New Series. faUAk The suffering of the creditors of the ettg demand some immediate action for their relief ; Whereas, The Législature has been in seesiom sev er»l weeks without affording the relief deawed: Resolved, That Ordinance No. 915. which prohibits ♦*'" payment of the city ibdebtednesi by the Tre ~~ r in city money be and the same is hereby pealed. (Signed) _ _ ALFRED KEARNY, President Board Assistant Aldermen (Signed) J HUMAN MARKEY. Prexident Board Aldermen it r MAYORALTY «» BKW URLEAMH, l City ball. September a. 1st*. J No. 1034—New Serie«. Resolved, That the City Controller be and is bere ly authorized to adjudicate io the lowest bidder, dter ten days'notice in the official journal, a con tract to shell Eighth street, from Magazine to Tchoupitoulaa street, in accordance with pians and " A icifi«Mrt4mir •* ,w - « • (Signed) of AP President Board Aldermen. ■ k? Overall, Secretary. -VIA iUKX.LT Y o)' i\EW ORLEANS, I City Hall, September 23, 1868. ) No. 103-5—New Series. r be and he is hereby ; Resolved, That the Mayo: _ ___ thorjzed to subrogate David Ü. McCau to all the rights of plaintiff in the cane of the city of New Or leans vb. William Golding. No. 21.304 «f the docket of the Third District Court of New Orleans, on the - by said McUapof the claim, say six hund ' « and cnarges. (Signed) President Board Assistant Aldermen. THOMAS MARKE President Board Aldermen. Approved September23 1868. (Signed) JOHN H. CONWAY, Mayor. O John W Overall, Secretary. Mayoralty of Niw Orleans. City Hall, September 23,1868. No. 103t>—New Series. Resolved. That the Street Commissioner be and tween Bienville and Co (Signed) ALFRED KEARNY, (8igned) Approved September ii, 1*868*" (Signed) JOHN R. CONWAY, Mayor. JoHN^vl^C President Board Aldermen. . Overall, Secretary. se25 6t Mayoralty ___________ City Hall, September 23, 1868. No. 1037—New Series. Resolved, That the Controller be and he is hereby authorized, after five days' notice in the officiai jour tab to adjudicate a contract to the lowest bidder or jidderafjr shelling Claiborne street, between Es planade and Elysian Fields streets, the work to i>€ ' t strict accordance with plans and specificu ~ ; "i the office of the (Jity Sun of New Orleans, * «Signed) ALFRED KEARNY? 01 ' Presidentjiosrd of Assistint Aldermen. THOMAS MARKEY, (Signed) Approved September 2\1868. President Board of Aldermen. (Signed! JOtiN R. CONWAY, Mayor. ■ . Overall, Secretary. seV55t Ma for a: 11____________ City Hail, September 23.1868. No. 1038—New Serie?. Resolved. That the adjudication of the contract forfuroishii „ _____ ____________ . Amant be and is hereby approved. Resolved further, That the Mayor be and he is I contract before the $13 iO per thousand feet for pine, according specifications of Surre vor. (Signed) ALFRED KEARNY. t Board Assistant Aider! ----AS .ViAKKKY. «ident Board Alcermen. ffi.üv« . Secsetary. Mai ' New Obllc ity Hall, September 23,1868. No. 1039—New Series. Resolved, That the City Survevor be and lereby authorized to cause to be consinu bridge over the Broad Street Canal. i$5£W) dollan ted _ (Signed) (Signed) President Boa»d t THOMAS MARKEY, . „ - -- ident Board Aldermen. Approved September 23.1868. Signed ; JOHN K. CONWAY, Mayor. ' New Orleans City Hah, September 25, 1668. No. 1040—New Series. Whereas, The commission appointed to asse ling Lafayette avenue f. 1 which is to be paid by the property Whereas, Many of the property holders have op posed the homologation of tbo commission; and. Whereas, The city of New Orleans is not in a Iitiun at the present t i me to expend so large a ^ i sixty-three thousand dollars (fcea.OOM. : •eby instructed to discontinue the pr<____ Court for opening of Lafayett Approved Eeptembei President Board Assistant Aldermen. THOMAS MARKEY. President Board Aldennen, JOHN R. CONWAY, Mayor. W. Overall, Secretary. se25 5t M » f Orl City Hah, heptember 11, 1868. No. 1013—Now Series. AN ORDINANCE Authori ,N ORDINANCE Authori.-ing the Issue of City Bonds, and Providing for the Payment of the 8ectiom 1. Be it ordained by the Common Council of the city of Aew Orleans, That the Mayor, Con troller, Treasurer and Chairmen of the Finance Com mittees of the Common Council be and they are hereby authorized to issue bonds of the city of New Ot leans, under the act of the General Assembly ties," approved September 5, 18««, to the amount of » million dollars, having c nature, at a rate of interest i centum per annum, payable >on*. Hec. 2. Be it further ordained, e ..Thatthe said Mayor. Controller and Treasurer, and Chairmen of 'ommon Council, be the t '.nance Committees of _______ __ . and they are hereby authorized and empowered not less than .the bonds provided lor one of this ordinance, and te apply the pr„ I the payment of the floating indebtedness of the city in the following order, First—The payrolls an. ' of all salaries and wages payrolls and warrants for the payment », appropriations due the charitable institutions*! Second—The judgments again»t the city, with oosts may be designated by the Finance Com mittee and the City Attorney. warrants on the Treas hose dated . - _ -- , -*ay. ana so on to me oldest date. * SEC. 3. Be it further ordained. That one-fourth of law from taxation' ' ----- those dated in August, July. June, May, and so on to l SEC. 3. Be it further ordain« . ...____ one per cent of the tax assessed annually on all of the real and persons! property, «not exempted by .......within the elty ol M.w ûrlMnw hereby set aside and pledged te ------- „ e payment of the interest, coup ons, sud the nnal redemption of the bonds to be issued by vinue of this ordinance; and that said proportion of the annual LsT shall be deposited daily as collected. :n eucn bank in the ci«y of New Orleans aajnay be denigrated by the Mayor. Oon troller. * ' ' the Finance ed Treasurer. and Chairman bonds to be issued under the provisions of this ordi naoce, be and the same are hereby exempted from all taxation by the city. Sec 5. Be it further ordained, etc.. That all ordi nancetji or resolutions conflicting with this ordinance be. and the same are hereby repealed, and that this ordinance shall take effect from ana after its pas ^(Signed) ALFRED KEARNY. „ Premdent Board Assistant Aldermen. (Signed) THOMAS MARKEY. President Board Aldermen. Approved September IL 186&__ _ A c d) R 00IiWAY * M ^or. J cup» ^.Overall, Ssefwtary. _ sel« lût Ham * ICO JURE JR It QVficx of OF BrRTffri AND DEATHS. M St Anthway's Alley, near the Sheriff's It It It It It It It It I Chartres and Royal i the provisions of a It OFFICIAL NOTICES__OITYI ...•OTOteOT or H*W O.IJt.M, . Vit 7 Hell, Heptember », iwi | Ko. ] UM— New Series,...... u Wr terras. The commission api J-eu.reii thouaaed dol b.lfoJwhiot, le to be paid t* th. larsi $120 000),« - • op-rtg-hoid««; and Wbrreas, Many of the propwty holden have ot> pOosa vue iiûrùuivKêiiuu ai the oommuiioD - u>A Where*«*, The enty of hew Orleans U net to * con dition at Üin present time to expend so large » earn of Money ss six y-three thoaignd dollars (S&.QOb). be ; of money ss si it therefore Resolved, That the City Attorney le and he Is v?o e » b k& ,r 'î u # d to dwcontinne the proceedings in r ift)» District Court for opening of Lafayette Av • it Board J (Bigoed) d Alder me a. signed) Gvrrali., Secretary. SUOCr.SBION NOTICES, •■«.Kl« of ■«., ««nb.r-.Ko MAH. as of ti is estate,and to ail other person, herein intranet ed, to show come within ten days froip the present notification, if any they have or ran,why the account presented by the test* «nentary axecntnx of this «» täte should not be homologated and approved and ♦he funds distributed in accordance theiewiiL* By order of the Coart. »•28 oc 16 _ M. O. TRACY. Clerk. nback-he. ■ ucceselen of Mre AI. 19,845. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOE THE PAB k? ish of Or I satin—Notice i«i hereby given to the creditors of this estate, and to all ether person» show cause within too days nerein interested,t from the prosont notification, if any they hate Or n. why the account, presented by Geo. O 8weet,cu tor ol this estate, should not be homologated an*f approved, the funds distributed in accordance thére By order of the Court. se28 od 6 M. O. TRACY. Clerk. Hucceikloa of Johanna Foley, CECOVD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR O ish of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to th» creditors of this estate, and to alt other poreon» hernn îutereited, to show cause within ten day» lrom the present notification, if auy they have or '**" why the account presented by the testamentary iter of this eitate should not be homologated and approved, the funds distributed in aoooroanc By order of tho Court. se24 28 oc4 M. O. TRACY. O nt . of Mr*. Ko Ike Desloade, Succession _ _ _____________ Widow P, By. Jourdan— No. 32.424. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THR PAR ish of Orleans. — Whereas Alfred De Lavigne ~ I petitioned the Court for Letters of Administra - on on the estate of the late Mrs. Rosalie Deslonde, widow P. By. Jourdan, deceased, intestate : 'Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern to show cause withir ten days, whjr the prayer of - aid j>etitione>r should not be granted. M. O. TRACY. Clark. Sacceealon of Salem Campbell. S EGON D DISTRICT COURT FOR TH K PARISH of Orleane—Notice is hereby given to Um creditors of this estate and to all other persons herein interest ed. to show cause within ten days from tne present notification, if any they have or can, why the account presented by the testamentary executor of this estate should not be homologated and approved, the '■•-«Is distributed in accordance therewith. order of the Court. Be24 29 oc4 M. O. TRACY. Clerk. Succession of Cbae. Flemmlch—No. Bt.IM. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR isb of Or.eans.—No 32,185 -Notice is hereby the oreditoi s of this est ate, and to all other persons herein Interested. «) show cause within ten they have day» from the present notifleat why the account presented by the AdmiDia By order of the Coart. M. O. TRACY, Clerk. Succession of John McManus— io 85,414 CEUUND DISTRICT COURT FOR THR PAR O i?h of Orleans —Whereas. Elizabeth Sheridan, widow of John McManus, h. for letters ot administra. it •idow of John McManus, has petitioned the Court )r letters ot administration on the estate of tho late Johc McManus, deceased, intestate : Notion js hereby given to ail wüom it may concern, i petitioner should not be granted. days why the prayer of Ute said M. O. TRACY. Clerk. Succession »fP. O. Woodma S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans—Whereas Jean E ViHavtuw» - . . .......veex« ^—— ------Villa Vas» s petitioned tne Court for letters of Dative execu rffiip on the esUte ot the late F. O. Woodman, deceased, intestate, notice is hereby given to all By order of the Court. M. O. TRACY. Cfnsr SucoetUon of Basmond Lang-Ko. »I.U31. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH this estate, should i the premises. M. O. TRACY. ( MEDICAL. A REMEDY THAT NEVER FAILS, INJECTION RICORD ^ : ? tne only remedy that can be relied on for the cer un, safe, and speedy cure of Gonorrhea in all it» stages. 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