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IFFCIAL JOURNAL OFTME UNITED STATES.
fffKju. JOURNAL OF THE OTY OF NEW ORLEANS
MWTHESK PROSPERITY.
We copy the follow! tu* editorial from
the New York Tribune. It expresses good
ideaa, plainly stated:
When the States lately in rebellion are
referred to, we mast not confound the
cotton-growing communities, which urged
the revolution, with the wheat-producing
belt that was drawn into the mischief So
much ado is made over the great Southern
staples, that we forget how small a por
tion of the South is devoted to sugar, rice
and cotton, and how large is the surface
where the chief crops are oorn, wheat, oats
and tobacco. From returns printed on
another page, we learn that the wheat
crop there has been, on the whole, very
good. No judgment can be fofmed of the
corn prospect, for, no matter how well it
may look to-day, a hot and dry July on
those shallow-plowed fields would scorch
and ruin the crop this year as it did last.
With regard to the great staple, the out
look now is cheerful as to quantity. The
London Shipping Gazette gives the follow
ing statement of the ootton supply:
Stock in Liverpool and
London................
Stock in continental ports
Afloat for all Europe from
United States, including
shipments to June 18...
Afloat for all Europe from
India, including ship
ments to June 18----...
Stock in United States
ports June 18...........
On shipboard in Bombay
June 18................
1870. 1869.
655.000
'J15.000
503.000
80,000
174,000 93,000
249.000
225.000
147.000
510.000
89,000
159.000
Total bales.......... 1,665,000 1,434,000
8uifieient cotton has been planted to
yield 3,500,000 bales if the season is only
an average one. Bat iftherast, the army
worm, the boll worm, and rode storms in
November can be escaped, there will be a
four-million crop. This will reduce the
price to fifteen cents and less. la the cot
ton belt the old fallacy of the omnipo
tence of this staple has come back and
possesses the minds of men now as it did
te 1860. "I do not raise hogs," says one,
"because it pays better to put all my place
to ootton and boy my pork." Others
abandon cotton even, and choose to depend
on a Western flatboat. And so the curse
of monotony in production, of industry
never diversified, of the surface given np
to crops that enrich England and beggar
the field-hand, of a rotation by which the
fatness of the Booth passes over seas and
blooms in Lowell, and Manchester, an?
Boston, and Liverpool, of a method that
seems to bless while it corses, to aid the
laborer while It degrades him, the off
spring of an economical system averse to
oars, and contrived by the hereditary ene
mies of American growth and greatness—
this false system is creeping baek upon
the Sooth, and an unusually large crop at
low figures would this fall rivet her fetters
and complete bar subjection.
Free labor briogs'changes, but nojalter
ation of conditions which go beyond labor
aystems and underlie all questions of race
and suffrage. Though tne first effects
would be disastrous it would in the end
prove a godsend to the South if cotton
eould, by the success in India and Egypt,
be pushed down to ten cents and held
there. It would uproot the irrational
greed of the cotton planter. It would
force him to general agriculture. It would
bnm cotton presses, but it would build
cotton factories. It would plant vines ou
Sontbsra kiU sides and mills bv her
water oourses. It would lead the South
to build her own wagons and mould her
own plows. It would make cabbage
growing an important art, and dignify the
{ reduction of sweet potatoes. It would
evelop thrift, frugality, forecast, con
trivance in her inhabitants. In short,
while the plantation system and planta
tion ideas would perish, man would rise
from the incubus that bends him to the
earth and advance
"Along the line of infinite desires.-'
It is not, Congress, nor Grant, nor the
fifteenth amendment, but cotton, that
keeps immigration out of the South. This
staple divides Southerners into two
dasss, and only two—those who can not
afford to stay oat of the ootton field,
and those who oan—those who live by
their own labor, and those who live by
that of others. Suoh a distinction is in its
•atom unjust and irrational Men will
not go from the region of diversified indus
try into such an atmosphere. It chokes
and disheartens. Hence, it is not without
hope for the final result that we notice the
magnitude of the cotton crop, and the
likelihood of an important decline in its
price. Such a decline would be a drastic,
unpleasant in its operation, but cleansing
the blood of the patient and infusing fresh
vigor into his constitution.
A New Orleans correspondent of the
Courier-Journal says: "Before' the war
few persons, comparatively, engaged in
cotton planting without a large capital.
The planter could not hire, and, as he was
compelled to own bis negroes, only those
with capital or credit eould engage in
planting with a hope of success. A capi
tal of $25,000 or more was necessary tor
operation. Now there is a different state
cf affairs. Labor is open to all, The man
of enterprise can, with three or four thou
sand dollars, hire his land and laborers,
or work with the latter on Bhares, and
thus raise as much cotton as was done
under the old system with a cash outlay
of $50,000. The result of this is that the
production is stimulated, and in that sec
tion at least money is plentiful among the
many, and not, as in former years, con
fined to the favored few. And there are
ten cotton planters now to where there
was one then. I refer to Northern Texas
specially, but I do not doubt the effect is
general in the South.''
At Lewiston, Maine, four or five stu
dents agreed to get up a dime novel, one
getting the hero iDto a bad pickle, and the
other getting him out, while the third one
introduced to the admiring world a gor
geous heroine, and the fourth closed up
everything impossibly and handsomely.
They wrote the novel and sent it to
Beadle, the dime novel mas. Speedily
Beadle sent them a draft for twenty five
dollars, and published the novel. The
students spent the twenty-five dollars in a
fat supper, and that's the long and short of
one dime novel!
Certain medical men have recently as
serted that daily work at the sewing ma
chine is injurious to the women employed
at it. But Dr. Decaisne, a French savant,
who has thoroughly investigated the sub
ject, in an establishment containing be
tween six and seven hundred workwomen,
has proved that the occupation is in no
way injurious.
Although, nominally, the terms are
four hundred dollars at Vassar College it
is said that the extras aud items not
counted run up the bills of the paler fa
milias to a figure which must exclude
many of the class for whose particular
benefit the pious founder of Vassar de
signed it___________
"Oh, Tommy, that was abominable in
■you to eat your little sister's share of tbe
cake!'' ' Why,'' said Tommy, "didn't you
tell me, ma, that I was always to take her
jjart?"
LAWS
THE
[Public Resolution— No. 41.]
JOINT BESOLUTION for the relief of
Helen Lincoln and Heloise Lincoln, and
for tbe withholding of moneys from
tribes of Indians holding American
captives.
Whereas, the Kiowa Indians, on or
about the fifth day of January, eighteen
hundred and sixty-eight, captured in Cook
county, in tbe State of Texas, two female
children, whose family name is unknown,
aged about three* and five years, after hav
ing murdered tbe parents and all the
known relatives of said children: and
whereas said children have recently been
recovered from said Indians and are now
in the care of J. H. Leavenworth, and are
without any means of support: Therefore,
Be it resolved by tbe Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That the
Secretary of the Interior is hereby di
rected to reserve from any annuities due
or to become due to said Kiowa Indians
the sum of two thousand five hundred
dollars for each one of said children, and
cause the same to be placed to their
credit on the bookB of the treasury of the
United States, to bear interest at the rate
of five per centum per annum, and use
from time to time the income from the
same in such manner as he may deem ex
pedient for their maintenance, education,
and support, during their lifetime, until
they attain the age of twenty-one years,
when the principal shall be paid them;
and the elder of said children shall be
hereafter known as Helen Lincoln, and the
younger as Heloise Lincoln.
Sec. 2. And be it further resolved, That
if either said Helen Lincoln or said
Heloise Lincoln should die without issue,
the entire amount due tbe decedent shall
revert to tbe United States, and should
both die without issue, the whole sum
shall revert to the United States; but if
either said Helen Lincoln or said Heloise
Lincoln, or both, have lawful issue, then
at the death of either parent the amount
due to her in her own right shall become
the inheritance of her issue
Sec. 3. And be it further resolved, That
the Secretary of tbe Interior be authorized
and required to withhold from any tribe of
Indians who may hold American captives
any moneys due them from the United
States until said captives shall be surren
dered to the lawful authorities of tbe
United States.
J. G. BLAINE,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
SCHUYLER COLFAX,
Vice-President of the United States and
President of the Senate.
Received by the President May 4,1870.
[Note by the Department of State.—
The foregoing resolution having been pre
sented to the President of tbe United
States for his approval, and not having
been returned by him to the house of Con.
gress in which it originated within the
time prescribed by the Constitution of the
United States, has become a law without
his approval.]
HT1THL
Resolution—N
of
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to
[Pcblic Resolution—N o. 44.]
A resolution authorizing tbe Northern Pa
cific Railroad Company to issue its bonds
for the construction of its road, and to
secure the same by mortgage, and for
other purpoees.
Resolved, By the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company be,
and hereby is, authorized to issue its
bonds to aid in tbe construction and equip
ment of its road, and to secure the same by
mortgage on its property and rights of
property of all kinds and descriptions,
real, personal and mixed, including its
franchise as a corporation; and, as proof
and notice of its legal execution an effeem
tnal delivery, said mortgage shall be filed
and recorded in the office of the Secretary
of the Interior; and also to locate and con
struct, under tbe provisions and with the
privileges, grants, and duties provided lor
in its act of incorporation, its main road
to some point on Puget Bound, via the
valley of the Columbia river, with the
right to locate and construct its branch
from some convenient point on its main
trunk line across the Cascade Mountains
to Puget Sound; and in the event of there
not being in any State or Territory in
which said main line or branch may be lo
cated, at the time of the final location
thereof, the amount of lands per mile
granted by Congress to said company,
within the limits prescribed by its charter,
then said company shall be entitled, under
the directions of the Secretary of the In
terior, to receive so many sections of land
belonging to the United States, and desig
nated by odd numbers, in snch State or
Territory, within ten miles on each side of
said road beyond the limits prescribed in
said charter, as will make up such de
ficiency, on said main line or branch, ex
cept mineral and other lands as excepted
in the charter of said company of eighteen
hundred and sixty-four, to the amount of
tbe lands that have been granted, sold,
reserved, occupied by homestead settlers,
pre-empted, or otherwise disposed of sub
sequent to the passage of the act of July
two, eighteen hundred and sixty-four.
And that twenty-five miles of said main
line between its western terminus and the
city oi Portland, in the State of Oregon,
shall be completed by the first day of
January, anno Domini, eighteen hundred
and seventy-two, and forty miles of the
remaining portion thereof each year there
after, until tbe whole shall be completed
between said points: Provided, That all
lands hereby granted to said company
which shall not be sold or disposed of or
remain subject to the mortgage by this
act authorized, at the expiration of five
years after the completion of the entire
road, shall be subject to settlement end
pre emption like other lands at a price to
be paid to said company, not exceeding
two dollars and fifty cents per acre; and
if the mortgage hereby authorized shall at
any time be enforced by foreclosure or
other legal proceeding, or the mortgaged
lands hereby granted, or any of them, be
sold by the trustees to whom such mort
gage may be executed, either at its ma
turity or for any failure or default of said
company under the teims thereof, such
linds shall be sold at public sale, at places
within the States and Territories in which
they shall be situate, after not less than
sixty days' previous notice, in single sec
tions or subdivisions thereof, to the high
est and best bidder; Provided further, That
in the construction of the said railroad,
American iron or steel only shall be used,
the same to be manufactured from
American ores exclusively.
Sec. 2, And be it further resolved, That
Congress may at any time alter or amend
this joint resolution, having due regard to
to the rights of said company, and any
other parties.
Approved May 31, 1870.
[Public —No. 81.]
AN ACT to establish the collection dis
trict of Willamette, in the State of Or
egon.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representative's of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That all
that portion of the district of Oregon, sit
uated above the junction of- the Willam
ette and Columbia rivers, and drained by ■
hereby oooetitutqi a collection district, te
he called the Willamette district, whereof
Portland shall be the port of entry; and a
collector shall be appointed for said dis
trict, to reside at Portland; and said col
lector shall be allowed a salary of one
thousand dollars per annum, with the fees
allowed by law; such salary and fees not
to exceed in any one year three thousand
dollars.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Thati
the master of every vessel entering tbe
Columbia river from the sea, and bound for
Portland, shall exhibit his papers to the
collector of tbe port of Astoria and de
posit with him a sworn copy of the mani
fest of cargo; and if said vessel be laden
with domestic merchandise or merchandise
in bond for Portland, tbe collector at As
toria shall permit her to proceed to her
place of destination; but if she shall have
dutiable merchandise ou board not bonded,
he shall cause a customs officer to proceed
on board said vessel to Portland, who
shall see that no goods are landed from
such vessel before her arrival and entry at
the latter port And the necessary ex
penses, including tbe per diem of sHCh
officer and the expense of his return to
Astoria, shall be paid by the master of
such vessel to the collector of customs at
Portland, for tbe use of the United States,
before permit shall be given to unload.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted 1
That all vessels clearing from Portland,
and bound to sea, shall ou arrival at
Astoria report to the collector, and the
master of every vessel so reporting shall
leave a copy of his manifest, including any
additional cargo taken on board after
leaving Portland, with the collector at
Astoria, and thereupon shall be allowed
to proceed to sea. Acd the master or
other person in charge or caminand of
any vessel entering tbe Columbia river
from the sea, or clearing from Portland
and bound to sea as bereintofore described,
who shall neglect to exhibit bis papers or
to report to the collector or to deposit his
maoiiest as herein required, shall forfeit
and pay the sum of one hundred dollars.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That
when a vessel shall arrive at Astoria from
sea having merchandise on board for that
place and also for Portland, such vessel
shall enter at Astoria and discharge such
portion of her cargo as is destined for that
place, whereupon tbe collector shall cause
her batches to be closed and sealed and
shall then permit her to proceed to Port
land in charge of a customs officer as
hereinbefQre provided.
Approved, Jane 14 , 1870.
a
[Public —No. 83. j
AN ACT to provide for the appointment
of an assistant treasurer of the United
States at Baltimore.
Be it enacted by the Senate acd House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That in
addition to the officers provided for in the
fifth section of tbe act approved August
six, eighteen bnndred and forty-six. enti
tled "An act to provide for the better or
ganization of the treasury, and for the
collection, safe-keeping, transfer, and dis
bursement of die public revenue," there
shall be appointed an assistant treasurer
of the United States, to be located in the
city of Baltimore, in the State of Mary
land, and such assistant treasurer shall
be appointed in like manner, for like time,
and be subject to all the provisions of law
to which the other assistant treasurers
provided for in said fifth section are sub
ject
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted,
That there shall be prepared within the
Customhouse of the ciiy of Baltimore, in
the State of Maryland, suitable and con
venient rooms for the use of the assistant
treasurer herein authorized, and sufficient
and secure fire-proof vaulis and safes for
the keeping of the public moneys col
lected and deposited with him; and the
said assistant treasurer shall have the
custody and care of said rooms, vaults,
and safes, respectively, and of all the
public moneys deposited therein, and
shall perform all the duties required to be
performed by United States assistant trea
surers in reference to the receipt, safe
keeping, transfer, and disbursements of
snch moneys: Provided, that the rooms
and vaults now used by the United States
designated depository at Baltimore shall
be set apart for the purposes named in
this section, as far as they may be ap
plicable.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted.
That upon the appointment and qualifica
tion of said assistant treasurer, the Secre
tary of the Treasury shall revoke the de
signation as a United States depositary of
the collector of customs at Baltimore, and
shall direct the transfer of all the books,
accounts, vouchers, property, and public
moneys in the office of said depositary to
the office of said assistant treasurer.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted,
That the assistant treasurer directed by
this act to be appointed shall receive a
salary of five thousand dollars per annum,
to be paid quarter-yearly at the treasury of
tbe United Slates; which salary shill be
in full for all his services, and a sufficient
amount to pay said salary until June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy
one, is hereby appropriated.
Sec. 5. And be it. farther enacted. That
the United States assistant treasurer here
in provided for, with the approval of the
Secretary of the Treasury, may appoint
tbe same number of clerks and messengers
in his office, and at the same compensation,
as is now provided by law lor the office of
United States depositary in Baltimore; and
all unexpended balances of moneys here
tofore appropriated, or that may hereafter
be appropriated, for the payment ot the
clerks and messengers in the office of said
depositary, shall be appled to tbe payment
of the clerks and messengers appointed in
the office of the assistant treasurer under
this act.
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted,
That there shall be appropriated and paid,
out of any money in the treasury Dot
otherwise appropriated, the sum of one
thousand dollars, to be expended under
the direction of the Secretary of the
Treasury in such repairs aud additions as
may be necessary to pnt in good con
dition, for immediate use, the office, rooms,
vaults, and safes herein mentioned, and in
the purchase of any necessary additional
furniture and fixtures, and in defraying
any other incidental expenses necessary to
carry this act into effect.
Approved, Jilne 15,1870.
[Public —No. 82.]
AN ACT to regulate credits to prisoners
for good behavior.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That pris
oners who are now or who may hereafter be
confined in prisons of any of the States,
as punishment lor crimes of which they
have been convicted and sentenced by
courts of tbe United States, shall hereafter
be entitled to the same system of credits
tor good behavior as other prisoners con
fined in the same prison. And hereafter
the act approved March two, eighteen
hundred and sixty-seven, entitled " An act
in relation to persons imprisoned under
sentence for offenses against the United
States," shall only apply to such persons
as are confined in prisons where no erdits
for good behavior are allowed.
Approved, June 14,1870.
[Public —No. 74 ]
AN ACT concerning divorces in the
District of Colombia.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Bepresentative8 of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That in
addition to the censes for which tbe 8m
pwme Gout of the District of Columbia
may now gnat divorcee from the bond of
marr^ge, suoh divorce maybe granted
tor —First. Habitual drunkenness for a
period of three yean on tbe part of the
party complained against Second. Cru
elty of treatment endangering the life or
health of the party complaining. Third.
Willful desertion and abandonment by the
party complained agaiost of the party
complaining for the full uninterrupted
space of two years.
Approved, June 1,1870.
SHEBIFFS b ALES.
O ish of Orletn*. No. 31Wfc—By virtue of a writot
®*! eto directed by the Honorable the
fuT?? 1 * 1 D,8t] Ti?t Court for tbe perish of Orleans, in
ent, tled cause, i will proceed to sell at pub
hc eoetton, at the Merchants and Auctioneers^Kx
change. Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the JNecond District of this city,
Ju, y 1870 - twelve o'clock M. f
^'Dgdvacri bed proper! y, i o-wit—
.*?£ lREE u C 5 RTAIN LOi * GROUND, to
gether with all the rights, ways, privileges and ad*
vantages thereunto belonging or in any wise apper
taining, situated in the First District of this city,
JWf 1 ***** the numbers thirty-seven, thirty
eight and thirty*nine t in t quire number six bun
nr^ rt ® ne * boundeo by broad, Gravier, Perdido
and White streets, on a plan made by Ca»tamg&
Cedes, architects, on the twentieth March. 1866, and
deposited in the office of A. K. Bienvenn, notary
public, in this city. Said lots having, American
the following dimensions, viz : lots nnm*
here thirty seven and thirty-eight* each thirty one
feet five inches and two lines front on Gravier street,
and lot number thirty-nine thirty-one feet five
inches and three lines front on Gravier street, all by
one hundred and twehty fast in depth. Lot number
thirty.mne forming the corner of broad street.
being the same property acquired by defendant
by purchase from plaintiff, per act before »«id
notary. A. K. B'envenu, dated eighteenth June, 1866
seized in tbe above suit.
Terms—Cash on tbe spot.
. _____ THOMAS L. MAXWELL,
je28 jyis M_Sheriff of the Pariah of Orleans.
w?r«S'.i * €l,r *3T V1, Fraselt Mouoty.
I^OURTH OlaTKlOT COURT HUH THE JaB*
A ish of Orleans. No. 24.054.—By virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale *o me directed by the Honorable
the Fourth District Court for the parisn of Orleans,
in the above entitled cause. 1 will proceed to sell at
public auction, at I he Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, m tbe recond District of this
*BIDAY. July 15. 1870, at twelT
^ clock M., the following described property,
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situates
in the Second District of this city, in the square
number six, bounded by Dumame, St. Philip,
Kocheblave and Dorgenois streets, which lota are
contiguous and designated by the numbers one hun
dred and four -,104) and one hundred and five (I0d)3c*
a plan of C. A. de Armas, surveyor, dated seven
teenth of April, 1852, and deposited in the office oi
Joseph Cuvillier, notary public in this city, and
measure each, English measure, thirty feet front on
Dorgenois street, by a depth of one hundred and
forty nine feet one inch and four lines; together
with the buildings and improvements thereon,
and all the rights, ways, privileges and advan
tages thereunto belonging.
baid lots were acquired by the defendant by pur
chase from Hear; Micnel per act parsed before Jo
seph Cuvillier, notary public in this city, on the
twenty-seveath of February, 1865.
beized io the above suit.
Terms—This being the second and last auction,
tbe said property will be definitely adjudicated to
the highest and last binder, lor whatever it will
bring, at twelve months' credit, the purchaser fur
nishing bond, with good and solvent (security, bear
ing eight per cent interest per annum from date,
and special mortgage on the property sold until
final payment.
baid purchaser shall have to deduct and pay in
ca*-h the printing, Sheriff and clerk's fees, etc .
which amount to about $260. and furthermore, tbe
State, psrich and municipal taxes, the amount of
which is not yet Ascertained.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL,
1*28 jy7 15 8heriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Strs C. akaw we * lived Mesrsey.
fTOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
A; ish of Orleans, No. 24.1H).—-Hy virtue of a writ
ef seizure and sale to me directed bv the Honorable
the kourth District Court for the Parish of Orleans,
in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auction
eers Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and
Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, on WEDNebDAY, August 3, 1870. at twelve
o'clock M., tbe fuliowing described property, to
wit—
THE UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF OF FOUR
LOTS OF GROUND, with the buildings and lm
provementa tboreon, situate in the biretDiairiot of
the city of New Orleans, in the square bounded by
Tcboupitonlas. Magazine, Jul a and Notre Dame
streets, and designated as lots numbeis, one, two,
three and four.
Lot number one measures one buedred and three
feet four inches, more or less, front, on Jnlia street
(but by an act of sale one hundred feet), ninety
eight feel seven inches on the fide line toward num
ber two. and a front on * choupitonlas street of
twenty -two feet two and a ba'f inches
Lot number two measures twenty-two feet four
inches front on Tcboupitonlas street, by a *epth on
the 'ine toward lot number one ot ninety-eight feet
seven inches, and ninety four feet six inches on the
other side line toward Notre Dame street.
Lot number three measures thirty three feet five
inches front on Julia street by a depth of forty-lour
feet six and a halt inches on tbe line toward lots
Dumbers one and two, and an lrregnisi depth on
the other side line, «Dd opening on the rear line of
thirty-seven feet six inches
Lot number tour measures thirty three feet nine
inches front on Jnlia street, by a depth of f-rty-tive
feet six niche* on tbe liue toward Magazine street,
and an irregular depth on the lifie towar 1 lot num
ber three, opening on the rear line, thirty-eight
feet.
As will mere fully appear by reference to an act
passed before William Shannon, notary public in
this city, dated tbe fifteen h NovtinOt-r, 18(6. pur
porting to be a sale of said property to defendant by
William E. Leverich.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL. •
jy2l6 au3 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Mn. A. M. Jennings, Executrix, we. John
Ridge and Thomas Farrell.
FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
JT i-h of Orleans, No. 23.894.—By virtue of a writ of
fieri facias to me directed by the Honorable the
Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled canee, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at tbe Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets. in tbe Second District of this city, on
MONDAY, Jnly 26, 1871), at twelve o'clock M. f tbe
following desoribed property, to wit—
ONE LOT OF GROUND in the First District ef
this city, in a triangular portion of ground bounded
by Derbigny, Josephine and Melpomene streets,
designated as lot number two. which me*»sr> s
twenty S'x feet eight inches front on Derbigny
street, by one hundred feet in depth, between par
allel lines.
Being tt e same property purchased by defendant
(Thomas Farrell) from tbe Carrollton .Railroad
Company, etal., by act before Selim Magner. notary
publio, in this city, on the seventh of March, 1868.
Also,
ONE UNDIVIDED HALF OF TWO LOTS, en
batture of Faubourg Livaudais, Fourth District of
this city, in square bounded by Secocd, Third, Levee
streets and Public Landing, des gnated by numbers
one end two. on a plan by H. Mu:r*auaeo, late archi
tect. on the twenty -ixtb of February, 1846. and de
posited in tne record) of G. K. Stringer, late a nota
ry public in this city. Lot number one forms the
comer of Levee and Second streets, measuring
twenty-five feet seven inches and six lines front on
Levee street, by a deptn and front on Second street
of seventy-five feet, and on line of 'ot number two of
seventy six feet one inch and three lines, and twenty
five feet fi*e inches and three lines in width in
the rear. Lot numbertwo measures twenty-five feet
seven iuclres and six lines front on Levee street, by a
width in the rear of twenty five feet five inches and
three lines, and a depth on the line of lot number
one of seventy six feet oce inch and three lines, and
on tbe other side ol seventy seven feet two inches
andsixlioes; acquired by Thomas Farrell from R.
Pocbelu, January 3, 1669. Together with the build
ings and improvements on said lots of ground,
hei/.ed in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL.
je22 jylO 24 Sheriff of the Parish ot Orleans
M. A. WtDehlll and Ueorze Palfrey we.
Mary Todd and Margaret Todd, wife of James
E. Stephens.
rroURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAB
x ish of Orieans, No. 23 942.—By virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale tome directed by tbe Honorable the
Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cns
tomhouse streets, in tbe Second District of this city,
on MONDAY, July 18, 1670. at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described property, to wit—
(WO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND,
situate.
lying and being in tbe Fourth District of this city,
in the square bounded by First, Magazine, Camp
and Philip streets, measuring each twenty-aix feet
front on Magazine street, by a depth, between par
allel lines, of one hundred and twenty-one
feet and one inch, and are composed of
the whole of lots numbers fifteen and sixteen end
the rear portion ol lot nnmber twelve; which iota
are described on a certain plan drawn by B. Buis
soo. Surveyor, bearing date the twenty fifth day of
April, 1842, and deposited for reference in the office
of T. Turcaud, late a notary public in this city, and
also designated by the same numbers on a plan
drawn by T. Petingam. bearing date tbe seven
teenth day of Maroh, 1847, sod deposited as plan
number fourteen, in the office of G. K. Stringer,
late a notary pnblio in this city.
Together with all tbe buildings and improvements
thereon, rights, ways and advantages thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertainu g.
Being tbe same property whioh the defendants
acquired by purchase from Judah Hart, per act
passed before W. J. Castell, notary publio in this
city, on tbe twelfth day of October, 1366.
Seized in the above snit.
Terms—Oaeb on tbe spot.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL.
je!6 30jyl7 Sheriff nf the Parish of Orleans.
dean Geddes we. Rleaard 4)l»gne.
F 1UKTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
parisb of Orleans, Ne. 21.169.—By virtue of a writ
of seizure and sa e to me directed by the Honorable
tbe Fourth District Court for the parish oi Orleans,
in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Kzchange, Royal street, between Canal and custom
house streets, in the Second District of .this city, on
SATURDAY, July 3U. 1870, at twelve o'clock M.,
tbe following described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, eitaated in
the Second District of tbe city, designated by the
number eigbteen, of square nnmber thirty-three,
which is bounded by Conti, St. Louis, Galvez and
Johnson streets, measuring twenty eight feet, six
inches front on Nt. Louis street, by one hundred and
four-feet, eight inches deep, between parallel lines,
ss per plan drawn by Alloa d'Demecourt. late sur
veyor. dated tbe mxteentn of Jnly, 1853, and de
posited in tbe office Of P. O. Onvellier, notary publio,
in tbit city, together with all tbe buildings and im
provement! thereon, withont exception or reserva
tion.
Being the same property acquired by defendant
by purchase trom ———;—,_per act passed before
-, notary public, in thie city, nated -
je29jyl5 30
1UMAS L. MAXWELL.
Sheriff of the Parisb of Orleans.
MOMITfOB.
MMITf W-M MmoX.
Uxnio Stater Customhouse, Collector'* office,
N.w Orleans, Jnly L ISIu.
rriHE FOLLOWING DESOB IB D GOODS HATING BREN SEIZED FOR VIOLATION OK
I tn. Revenue Iiwi, as herein set forth, notice I, hir.br lint >h*t ua.M Ui* persons claiming the
,b.li appear ana Die their ileim* according to law, withia TWENTY DAYS from d a*e hereof, th#
mode will be Advertised and 1 .old at public aactioo. ee preoenbed bjr sections eleven, twelve,thirteen end
loarteeo, ef the act of Congress approved Jalr U. 1886.
April
April
April 10
April It
MASKS
AUD
NUMBERS.
No mark...
No mare...
No mark
ao mark....
April I?
April 21
April 2liNo mark.
April ft
April 23
April 26
April 27
Hay
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
Juoe
No mark.
So mark.
No mark.
No mark.
No mark.
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301F 4 O No. 93
ao mark ...
Jane 17
Jnne 20
Jane 2>
June 30
No mark...
No mark...
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MERCHANDISE.
16 demijohoa run*, 800 cikara
16 boxee (1600) cigars, 4 packager
cigareilea....................
1 case bitters, 22 bottles........
1 bundle cigars and cigarettes,
8 boxes (800) cigars...........
18 rolls cigarettes................
3 boxesi»0)cigars................
22 fire brick..... ...............
h roils cigarettes................
7C0 cigars... ........... •••••••
10 boxes (1000) cigars. 9 rolls
cigarreUes...............
12 Panama hats..............
13 boxes 0300) cigars, 47 rolls
cigarettes....................
244 cigars..........................
9 boxes (900) cigars..............
2120 cigars........................
2300 cigsrs.........................
3 bags coffee, 330 pounds........
1300 cigars..........................
1 case gin, 9 bottles.......—...
10 boxes UOOO) cigars, 60 rolls
cigrrettes....................
97 rolls cigarettes.................
14 boxes (1400) cigars............
10 boxes (lOOo) cigars.............
2 boxes (200) cigars, 13 rolls
| cigarettes................
Lavaca.
Lavaca.
Hanover......
Lord * ovell____
Lord Lovell...
Unknown.......
Unknown.......
Beaufort.......
Liberty.........
Jacinto.........
Margaret.......
Margaret.......
(Juba............
Uuba............
Florida.........
Linda..........
Lavaca.........
Princess........
Lncy Willitson
Margaret......
Unknown......
Unknown.....
Sec's 24 and 68, Act March 2.1739
Section 68.
Section 24,
Aot March 2. 1799
Act March 2, V
Section 68, Act March 2, 1789
Sec's 24 ano 68, Act Maroh 2,1 >98
Section 68. Act March 2, 1799
Section 68, Act March 2. 1799
Section 4, Act July 18.
sec's 24 and 68, Act March 2.17:9
Section 68, Aot March 2, 1799
Section 68, Act March 2, 1799
Sec's ?4 and 68, Act March 2, 1799
Section 68. Act March 2 1799
Section 4, Act July 18. 1866
Sec's 24 ana 63, Act March 2. J >99
Section 60, Act Mar.-h 2, 1799
section 4, Act July 18, 1866
Section 6->, Act March 2. 1<99
Section 68, Act March 2, 1799
Sec'e24 and 68, Act March 2,1M
Section 24, Act March 2. >799
Section 68, Act March 2, li99
Section 4, Aot Jnly 18. 16t6
Beaufort.......I Section 60, Aot March 2, 1739
JAMES F. C'AshY. Collector
bHbKiFFS SALES
M re. Asienda Heyi olds we. Nartla Carey
Mrs. Johanoa UaydeB, wife of Edward Hay
deo, duly authorized and assisted, vs. tbe same.
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
isb ol Orleans, Nos. 1602 and 1503.—By virtue of
two writs ol fieri facias to me directed by tbe Hon
orable the Seventh District Court tor the perish of
Orleans, in the the above entitled causes, I will
proceed to sell at public auction, at tne Merchanti
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets, in tbe Second Dis
trict of ihia city, on WEDNESDAY, August .0.1670,
at twelve o'clock M , tbe following described prop
erty. to wit: The one undivided half interest of de
tendant, Martin Carey, in and to
1. A CEKI AIN LOT OK GROUND, together
with xll toe buildings and improvements thereon,
and appurtenances thereto belonging, situate in the
First District of this city, in the square bounded by
Thalia. Melpomene, Liberty and Benton streets,
designated as lot number thirteen, on a d id drawn
by C. A. ' edin, srenitect, dated March 20, 1653, and
deposited in the office of T. J. Beck, late a notary
public in this city, and measures tb>rty one feet
three and one halt inches front on Thalia street, by
a depth of ninety-six feet, being a portion of the
same property which was acquired by de'enJant
Martin Carer, by purchase irrm Asa Psyron.by
act passed before William Shannon, notary public
in this city, on the eighth of August, 1869.
2. A CERTAIN PORTION i.F GROUND, to
gether with ail the buildings and improvements
thereon and appurtenances thereto belonging,
situate in tbe First District ot tuis city, m tbe
square bounded by Thalia. Melpomene, Liberty and
Benton streets, commencing at a distance of sixty
lour feet from the corner ot Thalia street, end
measures thirty-two feet tront on Liberty street, hy
a deptn of six y two feet seven inches, end is cbm
posed of the rear portion of the lots numbers eleven
and twelve, on th- plan hereinabove referred to,
being e portion of the same property wbiob was
acquired by said defendant, Martin Carev, by pur
chase from Asa Payson, by aot passed before Wil
liam Shannon, notary public in this city, on the
eighth of August 1669
3. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND'
together with the improvements thereon end ap
purtenances thereunto appertaining, situated m
the same District and square, composed the whole
of the lot designated by tbe number six on a plan
drawn by A. Eogiehsrt. datad tne sixth of April,
1649, ana deposited in tbe office of W. Christy, then
a notary public :o this city, as plan number fifty six
of Book of Plena No. 2, end the rear portion of a
half Jot of gronod designated be tbe number six on
» P'an dra»n by George T. Dunbar, then Surveyor
of tbe Second Municipality, deposited in thectnce
of A. Mszurean. a notary public in this city. Said
portion ot ground measures about tbirty-ons feet
seven inches front ou Inalia street: aoouttbirty
two feet two inches in width in the rear, by about
ooe hundred and fiftesn feet in depth.
I he lot designated by the number eix, on tbe plan
in the office of W. Christy, late a notary as afore
said, was acquired by the said defendant Martin
Carey, by i urchsse from Carl Kohn, by an act
parsed before W. L. Poole, a notary public in this
city, on the tenth of April 1862, and the lot desig
nated as the number "six." on the plan in the office
of A. Mszureaa. a notary public in this city, ss
aloressid, was acquired by tbe said defendant jilar
t.nCaiey, by purchase from Henry Cassidy, hy an
act passed before said W L Poole, notary public in
this city, on the twenty-tbird November. 1850, al'of
said property being community property, and be
longing to said defendant Carey, and his deceased
wee, Bridget Cats, the whole being liable for the
judgment herein rendered
Seized in tne above suits.
Terms—Cash on the spot
TH MAS L. MAXWELL.
jj9 16 aulO Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
K. F Wire we. Mrs. C. McGuire.
F ourth district court for the par
isn of Orleans, No. 23 255.—By virtue of au alias
writ of fieri facias to me directed by tbe Honorable
tne Fctinh District Court for the parish of Urleana,
in the above entitled canse, I will proceed to sell at.
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse stre.-t-, in the Second District of this
city, on .MONDAY. Ju'y 55, 1670. at twelve
o'clock M., tne following described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT UF GROUND, together witn
the buildings and improver enis thereon. No. 143
St. Joeeph street, eimate lying and being io the
First District of this city, in the square bounded by
Sc Joseph, Jutia, .Magaz ne and Camp streets, de
signated as number four, on a plan drawn by L
Surgi, late surveyor, da ed twenty eighth of May,
1848, and deposited in the office of Pnillp Lacoste,
late a notary public in this city, a cony ot which is
annexed to au act before P. C. Cueellier, notsry
pnblic in this city dated thirtieth January, 1862.
The said lot measuring, in American measure,
thirty-one feet ten inches front on St Joseph street,
by ninety one feet in depth, between parallel lines,
with toe use of an tiles on the tide next to Magazine
street, opening on Kt. Joseph street, five feet in
width; bring the same property which the defendant
acquired from Mrs. Margaret Hickey, wife, separa
ted from bed and board of M Gernon, per act
passed before William J. Castell, notary public in
tbis city, dated seventeenth July, 1866.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
. „ _ THO BAS L. MAXWELL,
je22 yl024 Sheriff of the Parish nf Orleans.
Robert Schell we, George C. ftogert.
J7IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
M parish ol Orleans, No. 1676.—By virtue of a
writ of seizure and sale to me directed by the
Honorable tbe Fifth District Court for the
r rish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause,
will proceed to sell at publio auction, at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Reyal
street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in
the Second District of this city, on SATURDAY,
July 30, ls70, et twelve o'clock M., the following
described property, te wit—
1. A LOT UF GROUND situate, lying and being
in the suburb Livaudais, late parisb of ieffersen. in
this State (now Fourth District in this city), and
designated as lot number thirteen, in square num
ber sixty-one, on a plan deposited in the office of W.
Boswell, Ifite a notary public in this city, and an
nexed to an act of partition between Philip Harvey
and Mistress Marie Adele Lambert, r n the twenty
eignth of August, 1633, having, English measure,
thirty seven feet six inches from on Seventh sireet,
letween Live Oak and Magazine streets, by one
hundred and twenty-five feet in depth.
2 ALL THAI PIECE OK PORTION OF
GROUND situated in the same snburb and par ah
(Fourth District of New Orieans), having sixty two
and one-half feet front on Magazine street, by one
bnndred and twenty-five feet in depth, all English
measure, which piece of ground is composed as fol
lows: From ninety-five feet of lot number three, and
thirty seven and one-half feet of lot number four
of square number sixiy one on the original plan of
said snburb, deposited in the office of G. R. Stringer,
late a notary Dnblic in this city.
3. A LOT OF GROUND io the suburb Livsndais.
la>e parish of Jeffers >n, in this State (now Fourth
District in this city), designated as number three in
square number sixty one, on the original plan of
said suburb by B. Buisson. Surveyor, and depos
ited in tbe office of G. R. Stringer, late a notary
public iD tbis city, having, English measure, fifty
feet front on Magazine street, by one hundred and
twenty feet io deptn and front on Seventh street, of
which it forms the corner.
4. A PIECE OR PORTION OK GROUND in
same snburb and adjoining the foregoing, having
twelve feet six inches front on Magazine street, by
one hundred and twenty feet in depih,and making
partof lot No. four in square No. sixty-one, on the
same plan, together with all the improvements
thereon, rights, ways, privileges and advantages
thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining,
being the same property acquired by the defend
ant by purchase from Louis S. Follows and Emily
Fellows, his wife, as per act pass-d before D. I.
Ricardo, late a notary public in this city, on the
twenty-fifth May, 1860
-Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL.
je28 jy7 30 Fhenff of the Parish of Orleans.
Jefferson Ravings Cons pony vs. Edmond
Burk, representing his minor children, Lovells
and ftdmunteen Burk.
FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
I ish of Orieans, No. 24,018.—Bytvirtue of a writ of
seizure and sale to me directed by the Honorable the
Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants sDd Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street between Canal and Cus
. tomhonse streets, in the 8econd District of this city,
on MONDAY, Jalv 18, 1870, at twelve o'clock M„
the following described property, to-wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with
all tbe rights, ways, privileges, servitudes and ad
vantages thereto belonging, situate in East Bou
ligcy, parish of Jefferson, in this State, designated
by tbe number eeventeen of square number sixty
eight, wbich is bounded by hayades, Apollo, Ma
rengo and Constantinople streets, on a plan deposi
ted in the office of Belim Magner, a notary public in
thi, city, for reference, dated fifth of April, A. D.,
1865, according to whioh plan said lot measures thir
ty-seven feet front un Apollo street, by a depth of
one hundred and twenty-four feet, between parallel
lines, being the same property acquired by tbe mi
nor children of Edmund Burk (Ldvella and Fdmun
teen Burk), by purchase from Joseph M Muir, as
per act nassed before T- J- Beck late a notary pub
lic m this city, on the eighth June, 1868.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—This being tbe second aud last auction,
the said property will be definitely adjudicated to
the highest and last bidder, for whatever it will
bring, at twelve months' credit, tbe purchaser fur
nishing bond with good and solvent gecurity, bear;
ing eight per cent interest per annum from date?
and special mortgage on the property sold until final
payment.
Said purchaser will have to dednot and pay in
cash the printin g Sh eriff and Clerk's fees, which
amount to about 9226, and furthermore, the State,
parish and municipal taxes, the amount of which is
nea.
not yet asoertaii
jyisir
THOMAS L. MAXWELL,
Sheriff of tha Parish of Orleans,
SHERIFFS SALES.
•t.
Less Seetca vx Sarah M.| Vaader
voort.
OEVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
17 Orleans, No. 296*.—By virtue of a writ of fieri
facias to me directed by the Honorable tbe
hever.th District Court for the parish of Or
leans, in the above entitled cause, I wilt pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Excnaoge, Royal street,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District of this city, on SATURDAY,
Jnly 16, 1870, at twelve o'clock M-, the following de
scribed property, to wit—
TWO CERTAIN LO>8 OF GROUND, with all
the rights, ways, servitudes, privileges and advan
tages thereunto belonging, situate in tbe town of
Hickervi l», parish of Jefferson (now parish of Or
leans', in this .State, designated ny the numbers eight
and nine, of square number forty, whiob is bounded
by Vslmont, Leontine, Pitt and Prytania rtreets,
and measuring, according to a plan deposited in the
office of helim Msgner notsry pub'ic, in this city,
under tbe number one bnndred and fifteen, each
th.rt>-onefeet fronton Pitt street, hy a depth of
one bnndred feet eleven inches, between parallel
lines, being tbe same prooerty acquired by ibe de
fendant by porebase from Albert F. Allison, per act
passed before I hotnis'J. Beck, notary public in this
city on tbe first of February, 1868.
Seized In toe above am-.
Terms—dash on the spot.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL.
jel4 28 jy!6 Sheriff of tbe Parish of Orleans.
Miirle level vs. Joseph Lludo.
F ifth distkiot court fur the parish
Urieans, no. 15,926.—By virtue of a writ
of fieri fscias, to me directed by tbs
Honorable the Filth District Court for the
parisb of Orleans, in tbe above entitled cause, I
will proceed to sell at public auction, at tha
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District of this city, on MONDAY, July
26, 1870, at twelve o'olock M., the following described
propert.v, to wit—
1. I WO LOTS OF GROUND, situated in tbe
Second District of this city, designated by the num
bers one hundred and twenty-eight and one hun
dred and twenty nine, in square number seven,
bounded by Rocheblave, Dorgenois St. Ann and
Dumaice streets, on a plan drawn by O. A. de Ar
mas, survryor, dated the seventeenth of April, 1862,
and deposited in the office ofj Cuvillier, notary
public in this city. Said lots adjoin each other, and
measure, escb, in American measnte, thirty feet
front on Dorgenois street, by one bnndred and forty
nine feet one inch and fonrlines in deptn.
Together with all the rights, ways, privileges and
appnrtenanoes therencto belonging or in anywise
appertaining.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated i
the ninth assessment district and Third District of
this city, in sqner% nnmber fifteen hundred aad
eighty-five, bounded by St. Anthony, Bagatelle, Ms
rigny Canal and Dnel streets, measuring ninety-two
fe-t front on Marigny Canal, by oinrty-five feet in
ceptb. according to the plan deposited In the office
ef the City 'I raa«nrer.
Seized in the above gait.
Terms—Cash on tbe spot
THOM
je22iyl0?4
MAS L. MAXWELL.
Sneriff of the Parisb of Orleans
Fraseeli
Fraseeli Ll»>nsy vs. tteurie Helcoim
and Runert Malcolm.
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans, No. 3141.—By virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale, to me directed by the Honorable
the eleventh District Court for the parish of Or
leans, in the above entitled cause, i will proceed
to sell at public auction, at [he Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Ouatombonse street*..in tbe Second Dis
trict of this city, on WEDNESDAY, July 27, IS70. at
twelve o'clock M , the fol owing described proper
ty, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OK GROUND, with all the
buildings acd improvements thereon, situated in
tbe Firbt District of this city, in suburb Lacourso,
composed of two lots, designated by the numbers
three and four, on a particular plan made by A.
D'Hemeoourt, surveyor, on the second November,
1656. deposited in the office of A F. Bienvoou. no'a.
ry public, int his city, as plan No. 22. lot No. four
measuring eix>een feet two itches and four lines
front on Apo lo street, by sixty-ihree feet eleven
ipebes and three lines in depth, which lot is at a
distance of sixty-four feet of the corner of Erato
street; and lot No. three, measuring fifteen feet
eleven inches front on Apollo street, by sixty-three
feet eleven inches and three lines in depth, which
lots are a part of a let ground in square number
eighty-three, of said suburb Lacoursc, bounded by
Apollo, Nsyadee. Erato and Clio streets, designated
by the number six, on a plan of B. Lafon, late sur
veyor, deted fifteenth May, 1807—being tbe same
property acquired by tbe defendant by inheritance
from their deceased mother, Jane McCall, widow of
George Wood, as will appear by reference to the
S roceedings in the beoond District Wonrtof New
irleans, No. 9626, of the doeket of said court.
Seized in tbe above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL.
je25 jylO 27 Sheriff of the Parisb of Orleans
J. F. Bartkelear we. Aristide star Ion.
F ifth district court for the par
ieh of Orleans, No. 1735.—By virtue of s writ of
seizure and sale to me directed by the Honor
able the Fifth District Court for the perish of
Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will
proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Seeond District of this city, on SATURDAY,
Jmy 30,1870, at twelve o'clock M.,the following de
scribed property, to wit—
THREE OKRTAN LOTS OF GROUND,
together with all the rights, actions, ways, privi
leges and advantages thereunto belonging, or in any
wise appertaining, situate in the Second District of
this c.ty, ;n the square bounded by 8t. Peter. Broad.
Orleans and Dorgenois streets, designated by the
numbers three, four and five, on a plan ma«ie by
Castaing A Cedes, architects, on Mirch 21,1866, and
deposited in the office of A. E, Bienvenu, notary
public in this city, asulsn No. 60.
Said iota adjoin each other, and measnre each, in
American measure, thirty-ore feet eight indies and
fonrlines fronton each of Sf. Peter and Orleans
streets, by one hundred and fourteen feet one inch
and two ine« in depth, between para lei lines ;
be ng the same property acquired by the defendant
from Daniel Sullivan, by act passed before ti. Elude,
notary publ c. in this city, dated the fourteenth day
of February. 18-8.
Se zed in tbe above snit.
Terms—Uash on the spot..
THOMAS L. MAXWELL,
je29 jy!5 30 _ Sheriff of the parish ot Orleans.
Ghv-stev- HUbee, Administrator of the
Estate of Mrs. Evelina L. Green vs. Mrs. Louisa
A. Kendall.
CjECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT. PAR
47 ish of Jefferson, No. 2065.—By virtue of
a pluries writ of seizure and sale to me
directed by the Honorable the Second
Judicial District Court, parish of Jefferson,
id the above eut tied cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Seeond District of this
P n nA SA AJ UBDAY *. Ju, y 23- 1&70 » twelve
o clock M., the following described property, to
wifc—
. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situate
in the city and parish of JeffersoD, designated by
tbe numbers one and two, of square comprised
within Magazine, Bordeaux, Live oak and Lyon
streets, on a plan drawn by W. T. Thompson, late
bur veyor. datedthirteenth May. 1850, and deposited
in the office of H. B Cenas, late a notary public in
New Orleans.
Lot number one forming the corner of Magazine
and Bordeaux street*, and measures thirty feet
front on tbe former, by one hundred and twenty-four
feet in depth, and front on the latter.
x A ° d 1 ? t number two measures seventy-two feet six
inches front on Magazine street, by one hundred
fines. tWent * *° Ur le6t m parallel
Together with all the buildings and imm
meats thereon. v
Being the same property acquired by the defend
ant by purebase from tbe succession of E. L Green
per act passed before Ernest Comtnagere. notary
Slriy,"1857. th9 Pan8h of Jefferson, on the second
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
■ — . THOMAS L. MAXWELL.
jv21 jy6)3 _Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Alfred C. Haberteon ve. James A*. Plnne
ger et al (Em>lv Jane Robinson, wife of W. W.
treetran and W. W. Freeman).
T^OURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
J- "J °? Orleans, No. 23,898 —By virtue of a writ ol
P«f. ** < i** 8 tne directed by the Honorable
tne t'ourtn District Court for the parish ot Orleans,
*"• *J>°V8 entitled cause. I will proceed to
sen at public auction, at the Merchants and Auo
tioneers Exchange, Royal street, between Canal
ana Customhouse streets, in the Second District of
this city on WEDNESDAY. July 20,1870, at twelve
wit—* *•> th* following described property, to
L A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, designated
by the cumber ten on a plan of J. Coramuny, ear
veyor, dated March 1, 1837, in square number four
teen, m the Fifth District of this city (late town of
Algiers) me snnng, in American measure thirty
feet frent on Peter street by adep'h of one hundred
and twenty feet, between parallel lines.
2 ONE-HALF OF THK LOT designated by the
number eleven, of said plan, situated in the same
square and oDtrict, and adjoining the above de
scribed lot, measuring, French measure, fifteen
feet front on Peter etreet, by a depth of one hundred
and twenty feet, between parallel lines.
Together with the buildings and improvements
8*** e< 7 ■" the ebova suit as belonging to' defend
ant. Emily Jane Robinson, wife ol W. W. Free
man.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
THOMAS L. MAXWELL.
1*18 iy3 20 Sheriff of the Parish of Orieans.
INSURANCE.
JffMTT.
JUT ARM (7AX. fltAfl
MINT Of
CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY*
Fsr Us Tmi Ending April U, 1RTO.
Gros Premiums for tha Year...............9594,899 63
Assets of Company, April 30,1969.......... 990,627 93
Tba Board of Trustees resolved to pay latoraoC at
Six per coot in cash on all outstanding Oertifl eat aa
of Scrip, and also to pay in cash th* issno of 1869 to
the legal holders thereof on and after the second
Monday in Jane next.
They have also daolared a Bcrip Dividend of
Eighty Per Gent on the earned premiums entitled
to participate for the year aoding April 30, 1870, for
wbich certificates will bs issued on and after the
first Monday in August next, free of government
tax.
THOMA9 A. ADAMS. President,
C. T. BUDDECKE, Vice-President,
Henry V. Ogden, Secretary.
TRUSTEES:
Thomas A. Adams, Samuel H. Kennedy,
O. T, Buddecke,
P. H. Foley,
A. G. Ober,
P. Simms,
A. Eimer Bader,
Samuel B. Newman.
J. J. Gairard,
A. Thompson,
John Phelps,
K. H, Sommer*.
my27 ly
QUARUIAX MUTUAL LIFE IM»
6URANOE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
shed In 1159,
ALL POLICIES NON FORFEITABLE.
CASH
OR THIRD LOAN PREMIUMS
NG NOTES REQUIRED.
Last Cash Dividend Fifty Per Cent
Cash assets over.......
Policies in foroe.......
Annual income........
Losses paid since 1869.
S2.000.0C
. 26 , 000 , 01 '
. 1 , 000,06
600,003
OFFICERS:
W. H. PKOKHAM. President.
W. T. HOOKER. V ice- President.
L MVADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FREDRIKAR, Superintendent of A geo do
DIRECTORS:
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
John J. Crane, Preuident Bank of Republic.
William M. Vennilye, Banker. Wall street, (Ver
milye A Co.)
Charles O. Rockwood, Oashior Newark Banking
Company.
Hon. George Opdyke. ex-Mayor of Now York
Minot O. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, firm Thomas Rignay A Oo.
Benjamin B. Sherman, Treasure* New York Staaa
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, firm Arnold, Oooatabl# A Oo.
Richard H. Browne, of Wet more A Browne, lawyerh
E. V. Haugfawont, firm E. V. Hough wont A Co.
William Wilkena. firm 'M. Wilkena A Oo.
Julios H. Pratt, Merchant
William W. Wright Merchant
Charles J. Starr, Merchant
William Allan, Merchant
George W. Ouyler, Banker, Palmyra, New York
George T. Hope, President Continental Fin In
snran js Company.
John U. Sherwood, Park Plaoa.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth arenas and
Twenty-third street New York.
William T. Hooker, Wall street
Edward H. Wright Newark, New Jersey.
George W. Farlee. Lawyer.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant
JOSEPH MAGNER,
onager for Louisiana aad Texas, Ne. 168 Corn
street. New Orleans. f e ig
j^OUISIAJIA STATE
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
OF NEW OBLEAKS.
omcm
Corner Carondelet and Coma
RISKS TAKEN AT THK LOWF8 TAROT
RATES.
E GANUOHEAU, President.
A. BALDWIN, Vioe President,
L. W. BAQUlfe, Secretary.
W. B. Conger,
A. Eimer Bader.
A D. Grietf,
F. Laborde,
8. Hermann,
K. Bordeiola#
D. P. Logan,
J. Zoellj,
Samuel Locke,
A. Tertroa,
I. Dugas,
G. P. BlanchartL
Joseph Simon,
K. Ganachean,
O. H. Montoa,
J. M. Wagner.
B. F. Mioton,
O. Bercier.
Charles J. Leeds,
D. Bouligny,
E. H_ Harris,
J. Lapene,
L. H. Gardner,
Thomas Biois,
B. Hafft,
J. A. Bonnafon.
O. Hopkins,
A. O Pierpont,
A. Baldwin,
A. Palaoio,
William Heyl,
Alexander Marks.
EL BidwelL
oo61y
MUTUAL mUKANUE
COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS,
Office No. 61 Uamp street.
Flrt, Marine and Klver Insurance,
NEW ORLEANS, January 19, 1670.
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL STATEMENT.
et earned premiums for 1869..
Losses, taxes, general ex
penses, discount on pre
miums, reinsurances, in
terest on script, profit and
......9292,934 47
loss
.9232,484 84
62 569 59- 179,916 26
Net profit................................9113,019 22
Lees discount and interest
account...........
The Company have the following assets, E8TI
MATED AT THE LOWEST MARKET CASH
VALUES, viz:
Consolidated railroad and city bonds.
State bonds, bonds of the Grand
Lodge of Louisiana, Odd Fellows*
Hall Association, New Orleans Tur
ners' Association.
Bank and Gas stocks...................
Loans ou pledges........................
Loans on mortgages.....................
Bills receivable..... ....................
Scrip of other insurance companies....
Uncurrent funds.........................
State and city ooupons not collected...
Premiums in course of collection.......
Cash on hand.............................
Total.................................
..9380,068 00
... 162.799 00
... 115,663 16
... 73,760 00
... 7,614 20
... 8,697 37
1.638 90
... 6,156 00
... 24,000 00
.. 94,438 31
..9874.825 28
The above statement is a just, true and correct
transcript from the books of tbe Company.
THOMAS SLOO. President.
THOMA8 Akdebson, Secretary.
_ state op Louisiana, >
Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans, f
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this nine
teenth day ot January, 1870.
A. SHELLEY,
Second Jnstrice of the Peace, parish of Orleans
The Board of Directors have resolved to pay SIX
PER OKNT interest on the outstanding certificate*
of profits; also, THIRTY-THREE AND A THIRD
PER GENT on the balance of the scrips of the year
1858, on and after the second Monday of February,
1870; and they have further declared a dividend of
EIGHTY PER CENT on the net earned outstand
ing premiums for the year ending December 31,
1869, for which certificates will be issued on and after
the twenty first day of March next.
THOMAS SLOO, President.
JOHN G. GAIN SS, Vice President.
Thomas Andekkon, Secretary.
BIRECTOBS FOB THE YEAR 1870:
John G. Gaines.
B. Biscoe,
N. Marks,
Charles Macready,
Richard Flower,
Julius Weis,
my26td31
E. J. Hart.
Henry Renshaw,
Hugh Wilson.
W. E. Seymour,
Richard 8. Venables,
Thoms* Sioo.

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