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officers that the same corresponds with the
manifest and invoice, and the duties esti mated on the value and quantity of the in voice. ami on the execution of a Loud as hereinafter provided, the collector shall de liver the same to be immediately transported to such port of destination, at the sole cost and risk of such owner, nj'ent, or consignee. And goods and merchandise imported to any ol the aforesaid ports of entry, and designed tor any port designated by the thirty-tilth section ot this act, the collector ot said port shall give, priority in time to the examination of said goods and mer chandise tor the purpose of forwarding the same to their port of destination, and said examination shall not necessitate the trans portation of said goods and merchandise to the warehouse or appraiser's office; and such merchandise so entered for immeeiate transportation shall not bo subject to ap praisement and liquidation of duties at the port of first arrival aforesaid, hut shall un dergo such examination as the Secretary ot the Treasury shall deem necessary to verify the invoice and entry, and the same exami nation and appraisement, thereof shall he required and had at the said port of destina tion as would have been required at the port of original importation if such mer chandise had been entered for consumption or warehouse at such port Sec. 3b. And l>e it further enacted. That the bond required by the foregoing section shall he in a penal sum of at least double the invoice value of the merchandise, with the duties added, and in such form, and with such number ol sureties (not less than two) as shall be pre scribed by The Secretary of the Treasury; and the said sureties shall justify, by affi davit taken before the collector of customs and attached to the said bond, in an amount at least double the penalty of tin bond, and the said collector shall certify to their sufficiency: anil the said bond may be executed at the port of final destination, and transmitted to the collector at the port of first arrival, as provided by the art ol March two. eighteen hundred and thirty one. Sec. 31. And he it further enacted. Tiiat merchandise >o entered for transportation shall lie delivered to and transported by common carriers, to be designated for this purpose by the Secretary of the Treasury, and to or by none others; and such carriers shall he responsible to the United States as common carriers for the safe delivery of such merchandise to the collector at the port of its destination; and before any such carriers s%ill he permitted to receive and transport any such merchandise they shall become bound to the United States in bonds of sueli form and amount, and with such conditions (not inconsistent with law) and such security as the Secretary of the Treas ury shall require. Sec. 32. And licit further enacted. That merchandise transported under the provi sions of this act shall be conveyed in ears, vessels or vehicles, securely fastened with locks or seals, under the exclusive control of the officers of customs; and inspectors shall be stationed at proper points along the designated routes, or upon any car. ves sel. vehicle, or train, at the discretion of the said Secretary, and at the expense of tie said companies respectively. And such merchandise shall not lie unladen or tran shipped between the ports of first arrival awl final destination. Sec. 33. An<l lie it fi#!her enacted. That merchandise so destined for immediate transportation as aforesaid, except the packages designated for examination, shall Do transferred, under proper supervision, directly from the importing vessel to the cars, vessel, or vehicles in which the same is to he transported to its final destination; and if transferred from the importing vessel to any bonded or other warehouse, or t<> any other place than such car. vessel, or vehicle*, it shall be taken possession of by the col lector as unclaimed, aud deposited in public store, aud shall not he removed from such store without entry and appraisement, as in ordinary cases. But the Secretary of the Treasury mav, in his discretion, and with such precaution as lie shall deem proper, authorize the establishment of bonded warehouses especially and exelusively ap propriated to the reception of such mer chandise in cases where its immediate trans fer to the transporting ear. vessel, or ve hicle shall be impracticable. But mer chandise remaining in such warehouse more than ten days shall be deprived of the priv ileges conferred by this act, and shall be taken possession of by the collector as un claimed, aud held until regularly entered and appraised. Sec. 31. And l»e it further enacted. That the Secretary of the Treasury shall pre scribe forms of entries, oaths, bonds, aud other papers to be required, and all needful rules end regulations not inconsistent with law, to be observed in the execution of this act. which shall have the force and effect of law. Sec. 35. Aud be it further enacted. That the privilege of this act shall extend to the ports of New York, in the State of New York; Boston, iu the State of Massachu setts; Providence, in the State of Rhode Island: Philadelphia, in the State of Penn sylvania: Baltimore, in the State of Mary land; Norfolk, in the State of Virginia: Charleston, in the State of South Carolina: Savannah, in the State of Georgia: New Or leans, in the State of Louisiana; Portland, in the State of Maine; Buffalo, in the State of New York: Chicago, in the State of Illi nois; Cincinnati, in the State of Ohio: St. Louis, in the State of Missouri: Evansville, in the State of Indiana: Milwaukee, in the State of Wisconsin: Louisville, in the State of Kentucky: Cleveland, in the State ot Ohio: San Francisco, in the State of Cali fornia: Portland, in the State of Oregon: Memphis, in the State of Tennessee; and Mobile, in the State of Alabama; and to im portations from or to Europe, aud from or to Asia, or the islands adjacent thereto, via the United States. Sec. 3(3. And lie it further enacted, Tiiat at each of said ports, for which an appraiser of imported merchandise is not now provided for by law. there shall lie appointed an ap praiser of imported merchandise, at a salary of throe thousand dollars per annum, and also such number of weighers, gaugers, mea surers, aud inspectors as may he necessary to execute the provisions of this act, who shall receive the ordinary legal compensa tion of such officers. Sec. 3". And he it further enacted, That any person maliciously opening, breaking, or entering, by any means whatever, any car, vessel, vehicle, warehouse, or package containing any such merchandise delivered for transportation as aforesaid, removing, injuring, breaking, or defacing any lock or seal placed upon such car, vessel, vehicle, warehouse, or package, or aiding, abetting, or encouraging any other person or persons so to remove, break, injure, or deface such locks or seals, or to open, break, or enter such car, vessel, or vehicle, with intent to remove or cause to lie removed unlaw fully, any merchandise therein.' or in anv manner to injure or defraud the United States; aud any person re ceiving any merchandise unlawfully /re moved from any such car, vessel, or vehicle, knowing it to have been so unlawfully re moved. shall lie guilty of felony, and in ad dition to any penalties heretofore prescribed, shall, on conviction, be imprisoned not less than six months nor more than two years; and any person swearing willfully false in .any oath prescribed in this act, or by the Secretary of the Treasury in pursuance ol authority to make all needful regulations conferred upon him by this act, shall be guilty of willful and corrupt perjury. Sec, 38. Aud lie it further enacted. That sections twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one, thir ty-two, thirty-three, thirty-four, thirty-five, thirty-six, and thirty-seven of this net shall take effect on the, fist day of October, eighteen hundred and seventy. Approved, July 1L 187 0. [Public— No. 188.] 1CT to amend an aet entitled "An act utiug lands to the State of Oregon to iu the construction of a military rou joad from Albany, Oregon, to the tern an tern boundary of said State, it enacted by the Senate and House of isentatives of the l nited States ol iea in Congress assembled, That an utitled -'An act granting lands to the of Oregon to aid in the construction Military road from Albany, Oregon, to astern boundary of said State, lie led so as to strike out the words "bv ,f Canyon City," in the first section ol act. and insert instead thereat the i "bv wav of Camp Harney. •roved, July 15,1870. [Public— No. 189.] to provide for the compensation id and petit jurors in the cirouit and district courts of the United States, and for oilier purposes. Beit enacted by the Senate and House of Keprescsentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That here after the grand and petit jurors in tlie sev eral circuit and district courts of the United Starrs shall each receive for his services the sum of three dollars per day for each day's actual attendance at court, and for the time necessarily occupied in going to and returning from the same; and the sum of five cents per mile for the distance necessa rily traveled from their residence m going to and returning from said court by the shortest practicable route. Sec. 2. And lie it farther enacted. Tiiat no person shall he summoned as a juror in any circuit or district court more than once in two years, aud it shall lie sufficient cause of challenge to any juror called to he sworn in any cause that lie lias been summoned and attended said court as a juror at any tefm of said court held within two years prior to the time of such challenge. 8ec. 3. And 1 o it further enacted. Tiiat the act of Congress, approved March three, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, entitled "An act concerning the selection of jurors in certain courts of the United States." aud tlie act of Congress approved March nine teen, eighteen hundred and forty-two. en titled "An act supplementary to an act entitled ' An act to amend the act approved May thirtei u. eighteen hundred, entitled •An aet to amend an act entitled an aet to amend an act entitl'd an act to establish the judicial courts of the United States,'" be. aud the same are hereby, repealed. Approved July 15, 1870. [Public—N o. 100.] AN ACT relating to the State of Georgia. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Ri-jiri -entati' es of tin* United States of America in C.-ag-ess assembled. That the State of Georgia having complied witli tin* reconstruction acts, and the fourteenth and fifteenth articles of amendments to the Con stitution of the United States, having been ratified ill good faith bv a legal legislature of said State, it is hereby declared that tlie State nf Georgia is entitled to representa tion in the Congress of tlie United States. But nothing in this act contained shall be ooustrui d t i deprive the people of Georgia of the right to an election for members of the gcA al assembly of said State, as pro vided for in tho^Constitution thereof: and nothing in this or any other act of Congress slutii lie cuustrued to affect the term to which any officer has been appointed or any member of the general assembly elected as prescribed by the Constitution of tin state of Georgia. Sec. 2. And be i: further enacted. That so much of tiie act entitled "An act making appropriations for tin-support of the army for V. in* year ending .Juu* * tliirty. t*i^E it*«'n liimd: :*t*il anti six rv-* and for o fflier pur ]ms<*s iw>]»ro Vt d M; irch t ,vo, «*ii» li 1 r ••••ii hun dred a lit! - \ t.v-sev* •n. a> prohibit s ill* * or jzauiz :ui »n. aniiiiHi, or t*;ii ilin^ int. t S'*] rviee of tin • militia fort **s in tin* JStat**.- oi 'G.n I'liia. Missi.* v-:]<ni. T I'Xa.s. ;t ml Vi rijiiii.G !»• all* i the .-.tun is lit ifl* y ! * »>t*i lied. Approved, July 15. WO. [Public—N n. c.'l.] AN ACT to provide for inventories and accounts of the property of the United States in the public buildings and grounds belonging to the United States in the Dis trict of Columbia. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent a rives of the United States of America in Congn.-s assembled. Tiiat it shah i> ■ tin- dutv of tin* Secretary of State, the Secretary "f the Tl a- uy. the Secretary oi the Interior, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of tic Xavv. tin* Postmaster Gen eral. niu'l tie- Adjutant General, and the Commissioner i f Agriculture, each >c\,-rally as soon as practicable to make a lull ami complete inventory of ail tin* property be longing to the Uuiied States in tin* luiilil ings, rooms, offices, and grounds occupied by each of them, aud under their charge. Aud hereafter to keep in proper books such inventories and accounts, addin' L-n-to an account of such property as may he pro cured subsequently to tlie taking of the same; ami abo an account of the sale or disposal of any such property. Sec. 2. And 1>-■ it further enacted. That the Architect of tin* Capitol extension shall make out all inventory, and keep a like ac count thereof, as provided in section one of this act, of all property in and about the Capitol, and Botanical garden, and the President's house anil grounds. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That it shall lie the duty of the officers hereinbe fore required To make and keep such invent- j oric-s and accounts, to make out an annual j, report thereof on the first day of December | to Congress : Provided, That this law shall not apply to th? books, pamphlets, papers aud documents in the library of Congress, nor to the supplies of stationery and fuel in the several public offices and buildings, which shall be accounted for as now pro vided for liy law. Approved, July 15. 1870. [Public—N o. 192.] AN ACT to confirm title to certain lands j in Illinois. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That tin title of the United States to all lots, out lots. tracts, pieces, parcels, and strips of: land in St. Clair county. State of Illinois.i lying and situate outside of tlie United: States surveys as noted iu the field-notes of tlie United States surveyors, and on the Mississippi river near surveys seven hun dred and sixty-six. six hundred and twenty four, and five hundred aud seventy-nine, and near and adjacent to fractional sections: one, two. eleven, and twelve, town [ship] one north, range ten west, third principal meridian.'lie, and tlie same is hereby, con firmed and granted to said St. Clair county, in said State: Provided, That nothing herein shall apply to the ancient French commons in said county. Approved, July 15, 1870. [Public—N o. 193.] AN ACT to provide for the reports of tlai receipts and expenditures of the Secretary of the Semite and the Clerk of tlie Hoitsif of Representatives of the United States, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled. That it shall he the duty of tlie Secretary of tin Senate and the Clerk of the House of Repre sentatives ul'the United States severally ty report to Congress on the first day of each regular session, and at the expiration of their terms of service, a full and complete statement of all their receipts and expendi tures as such officers, showing in detail tiff: items of expense, and classifying them under the proper appropriations, showing the ag gregate thereof, and exhibiting in a clear aud concise manner tlie exact condition of all public moneys liy them received, paid out. and in their possession as such officers. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That it shall be the duty of the officers herein before named, aud of the Sergeant-at-arms. Postmasters of tlie Senate and House of Representatives, and the Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, to make out, a full and complete account of all the prop erty belonging to tiie United States in their possession, at such dates and at the expira tion of their terms ol'service, as provided in section one of this act. Approved, July 15. 1870. [Public—N o. 191.] AN ACT donating for school purposes a certain lot of land with the building thereon erected, known as tie* Old Indian Dormitory, iu the village of Muekina<[, Michigan. Be it enacted liy tlie Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Unit tin* Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to grant and convey to the trustees ot the public schools for tlie village of Maclflnae, Michi gan. all the right, title, and interest ot tlie United States in and to a certain inclosed lot of land with the building thereon erected, known as the Old Indian Dormitory, situate iu the said village of Mackinac, to be used for school purposes only. And whenever thje same shall he converted to other uses, it shall revert to the United States. Approved, July 15,1870. [Public—N o. 195.] AN ACT for tRe creation of an additional land district in the State of California. : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Tiiat so rjiuch of the districts of lauds now subject to skle at Humboldt and Marysville, in the State of California, as are contained within tiie following boundaries, shall constitute a riew land district, to lie called the Shasta district, bounded as follows: On the north alnil east by the boundary lines of the State; olu the south by the fifth standard parallel niorth; and on the west by the line between ranges ten and eleven west of the Mount Diablo base and meridian, the location of tin* office for which shall lie designated by tlie President of the United States, and may lie changed by him from time to time, as tin* public interest may seem to require, i Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That there shall lie appointed by the President. l!y and with the advice and consent ot tin Henate, a register and receiver for said land district, who shall respectively be required tb reside at The site of tin* office. Ill- subject tti the same laws, and entitled to the same, compensation, as is, or may hereafter lie. prescribed by law iu relation to other land officers in said State. Approved, July 15, 187c>. (Public— No. 1%.) i disapprove of certain acts of An ACT ! tin- legislative assembly of Idaho Terr tory, and for other purposes, i Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. Tiiat so much of the revenue laws passed Tiy the legislative assembly of the. Territory of Idaho. January thirteen, anno Domini eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, as pro vales for a special license, or tax, to be col lected of or paid by Chinamen, or persons liftin' Mongolian race, who may be engaged iln mining, or holding mining claims in said Territory, and so much of all other laws of Said Territory as discriminate between per sons of said race and other persons, in re gard to Taxation, arc hereby disapproved of and annulled. Sec. 2. And he it further enacted, 'plait the act passMl lty the legislative as sembly of said Territory, on the fifteenth ijlayof January, anno Domini eighteen hun dred and sixty-nine, entitled "All act creat ing flu- office of district attornev for each County iu this Territory, and defining their duties and providing tor their compensa tion." he aud the same is hereby dis approved and annulled, i Sec. 3. Ami lie it further enacted. Tiiat 111! acts and parts of acts heretofore pa-sed by tiie legislative assembly of said Terri tory that provide for the paynnffit of sala ries or extra compensation out of the terri torial treasury to officers holding eommis jsions by federal appointment in said Terri jtorv, or which provide anv compensation to ! r ' . . . , ' . than nut liK'inlii-r.s ol' tin- iegisiativ c nssenibi clcl'ks. (If atTaciie- there id' other t ii.rel liy the Uniteil Stut es. are in liuu-uveii .it' ami aaiiiiHeil: iiiui tiie I la tiie assembly making any apiu of said Ti rritor persons, under ai hereby ]yrnhihitcd frtffn illation from tfa- treasury to any sueli officers or pretcin-e of adding to or ii'.upi nsution as fixed bv ippt oi ed. J a' 187 V [PntLtr Resolution— No. E3.1 A RESOLUTION authorizing tin- Secretary of War to place at the disposal of the Uommis-ioneis of 'Quarantine, or other proper authorities of the State of New York, tic steamer " Illinois," for quaran tine purposes. Resolved by tin* Senate and House of R -p ivsen'atives of the United s ates ul'America in Congress assi iuiie-i'. That tin* Secretary of War is hereby authorized, in his dis cretion. To place gratuitously, for an in dt-lini'e period, at tie- disposal of the com missioners of quarantine or tiie proper au thorities of tie- State of New York, to be used for quarantine parpn-. s. tin steamer " Illinois." v. !ii<% said steamer was turned over to the quar.mtiue i-ommi'-dniuTs under authority of joint re-oiation of Mareh tf-rnt-/ onr [twenty-four], eighteen hundred [and] sixty-six. and has over since been iu tin.-:: possession. Approved. May 23. 187?. 102 [Public—X Joint Resolution amendatory of ''Joint lb solutimi for tiie Relief iff certain Officers of the Army." approved July twenty-six. eighteen hundred aud -ixty-six. Beit resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress a>s, mblcd. That joint resolution entitled "Joint resolution for tiie relief of certain officers of the army." ap proved July twenty-.-ix, eighteen hundred and sixtv-six. shall lie so construed and amended that in all eases arising under the same, tin* person to whom the commission shall have issued sliail be considered as commissioned to the grade named therein from the date when tlie commission was is sued by competent authority, and entitled to all pay arid emoluments as if actually mustered at that date: Provided, Tiiat. at the time of the issuing of the same, he was performing the duties of the grade to which he was commissioned, or from such time after the issuing of his commission as he may have actually entered upon such duties. Sec. 2. And in* it further resolved, That persons in Id as prisoners of war by tlie enemy, or who may have been in hospital by reason of wounds or disability at tlie time of tin- issuing of their commissions, shall lie entitled to the same pay. emolu ments. anil benefits under this resolution as if actually performing tlie duties of the grade to which they were commissioned. Sec. 3. And be it farther resolved. That tins resolution shall not be construed to ap ply to cases in which, under the laws and army regulations existing at the time, there could have been no lawful muster into ser vice even after the actual receipt of the commission. Approved, July 11, 1870. [Public Resolution—No. 60.] A RESOLUTION to provide fm' tlie ap pointment of an Examiner of Claims for the Department of State, and for addi tional Clerks in the Department. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That there shall lie appointed by tlie President of the United States, by and with tiie advice and consent of the '•Senate, a suitable person learned in the law. to be called tiie examiner of claims for the Department of State, who shall receive the annual salary of three thousand five hundred dollars. Sec. 2. And lie it further resolved. Tiiat the Secretary of State lie, and hereby is, au thorized to employ three additional clerks for indexing the hooks, papers, aud docu ments of the department; two of them to be clerks of the fourth class, and the other of tlie third class: aud for the payment of such examiner and clerks, and for the compensa tion of extra and temporary clerks, whose employment may lie necessary, tin* sum of seven thousand five hundred dollars is herein' appropriated, Approved. May 27,1870. [Public Resolution—N o. 70.] A RESOLUTION' to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to issue an American reg ister to tlie Bark "Live Oak" and to the Ship "Agra," of Boston. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of tiie United States of America in Congress assembled, That tin* Secretary of the Treasury lie. and lie is hereby, authorized and directed to issue an American register to the British bark Live Oak, owned by citizens of New Bedford, Massachusetts, and to tlie ship Agra, of Boston, owned by Thomas 15. Wales aud Company. Approved, June 7. 1870. [Public Resolution—N o. 72.] A RESOLUTION in Relation to tin* com pensation of assistant Marshals for taking the census of 1870. Resolved by tlie Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That the Secretary of the Interior be. aud he is here by, authorized to increase tin* compensation of assistant marshals in taking tlie census of eighteen hundred and seventy, when ever, in his judgment, sueli increase shall be necessary: Provided, That in no case shall such increase exceed fifty per centum of the amount of compensation now allowed by law, and no such additional allowance shall be made except when by reason of the sparseness of the population the compensa tion heretofore allowed by law is not suffi cient, nor shall the entire compensation be more than eight dollars per day, exclusive of mileage, for the time actually employed. Approved, June 9,1870. SHERIFF'S SALES. Edward Kearny vs. Kearny, Blois A: Co.—Fifth District Court lor the parish of Or leans, No. 390. B Y VIRTUE OK A PLURIES writ of FrERI FA. eijis to m»* directed by the Honorable the Fifth District Court tor the parish of Oi l ms, iu the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public auc tion. e:i ,SATURDAY. November f>. 1870. at five lock P. M., on the premises hereinafter desig A CERTAIN SHED, erected by defendant, measur ing about on* hundred and seventy feet long by about thirty feet %\id*\ on a lot belonging to Alfred Penn, on Magazine street, between Girod aud Julia streets. First District. Also. A FRAME STABLE, on the '.ot .belonging to «a.d Alfred Penn, on Julia -t. between Magazine and Camp streets, same district. Seized in the above suit. Tei ms—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL. Of-2.1 30 n*>5 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. The City ol New Orieniis vs. John La barn—Third Di.stri* t Court for the parish of < Orleans, No. 79 H. B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS TO to me directed by the lionoxable the Third District Court for the Parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public am t ion. at the Merehnnts and Auctioneers' Ex change. Roval street, between Canal and Custom house streets, in the Second District of this citv. on SATURDAY. November 12. 137<>. at twelve o'clock M., the following described property, to w t A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, situated in tin* Second District of this city, iu square No. Do, bounded by Rampart, Dumaine. Burgundy aud St. nty-four feet front on •mired and thirty-one ines in depth. the i stieft-s, nn-: .in tiring i part .-t: :»-**r . IIV Oil* . cs and ti )gt*tlu*r \ ■v;th the bui > ]■>*•:■ sur rev nn*l p'm * yor. tie 1*0 *51 ted in :L ■izt*»I in tiu* ;i ; bove sui ; rin a—t.'«i all 1. 111 tne S|> 11 25 no! 2 Sheriff i The City ot New Orleans vs. Widow Ar xnaiiii Ifoler.v, Same vs. S.rue—Third District IP for tin Parish . ut Orleans, Xus. 4682 ami :tuk OF TWO ' WRITS OF FIERI FACIAS i ♦* dir eeted hy t!u* Honorable the Third '«>urt lor tiie t •a: i.sli ot Orleans, in tiie titled causes 1 will proceed t<» bell at ution. III till- Me reliant-> and Auctioneers' tomho i.se streets. i;t the Second Distuiet of this city, on SATURDAY. : 29. 1370, at twelve o'clock 31., following described property, to wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with the build ings ain't improvements tueivou situate], in tlie ond District of thin « iiy. in square number t\v< bundled and seveutv-s Bienville. M ro and Custom', measuring fwent v-.-ix feet t* :i lines front onGilv.z stnei, on thirty feet three inch**-, ami a:\ MJt'.nded by Galvez. As : deposited Hi ti. Seized in the above mi:* a. Terms—Cash on tin- - • »r. TiioMAS L. MAX'.YELL. se27 ocl.*» 2 * Sheriff •»; The la: of nr.,-. Stephen IIiimphrr•* v*. the African Meth od.Kp!*eopai '••*:. ,so» ;etv—Fifth District i o'.u'T turtlie parish *>; t*r'.«*:i .**. No. 1 *51. H V VIRTUE OF A WRIT OK SEIZURE AND SALE JO me directed hi the honorable the Fifth Dis trict Court for the parish o. (Means, in The above eiititied cause. I \« i'.I piore**d to iivil at public auc tion at tlie Merchants and Auction * i T Exchange. Royal street. b»*twc« :i Cana, aud Customhouse si. . the Second Distil*: of Th..- ci*> . oil TUES DAY N*i'« if ier 22. 1870.« at twelve o'clock M., the to I. )T.' V, t«! V lt NI> siniiCe in the istriet of rhi* . designated bv lie* nniu urfeen and hit* **u.: : s«,uarenumber t v\enty. d i»v Perdido. <»r.r n :. Johnson and Pricur a* per plan diawn b> Louis Bringier. lat - deposit**d i 1 the .the Da in American measure, twentv-iune feet seven i ie id s a: d seven lines front on Johnson street. \*y a depth ot one hundred and lilty-one reel three inehf S between pMinin ' i n * together with all and .singular the buddings and improveiuentsthcoreon. rights, wavs, servitudes, privileges, and all other an -outages then unto belonging or in any wine ap pertain;: g. w ithout exception or icscrvatiou. The a bo*. »• <i* scrilnil proper2 v belong** To sail Society, by means of the j*ui*-l:;*se u made thereof from Caroline 'Villiam*. ;• *. app. mi - b\ an aet passed on the Twenty-fourth d.-y ••! >i ptemb**r. *;>;»». before Wbrani J. Ca*,Tc;: i 'di pu * :u, iu this city. Terms—Cash « i tin • .-HIT Aicrclimit*' Hank of New OrleaiiM v«*. Al lied Kearny—I-ifth restrict Court lor the Par r > Y VIRTUE OF A \VRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE > M Tile directed by the Ihmorr.Ve the Filth b.stiict Court for the pan.sli ot Orleans, ill the :1 at public The Merc! Ex R" and Aucti* . between Canal and Custom Second Dist; iet of t hia citv. on \l o'clock. M., the SATURDAY. <fcTobcr 29. ! following described prone: :y. t»* wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GKoUNl), together with a'.t the buildings a situated in the Ti. New Orleans, in the s*juar (now Chart!* -'*. Architect. 1 streets, lii. asiiring tw«-nn trout on M u. :i'i st!*-.-t. by . and thirty-eight Pet flouting .n Tin- : The building improvements thcicon. District of the citv of • bounded by Moreau ort and st. Ferdinand six feet three inches i depth of one hundred inch aud three lines, i A: hite« . street, improvements (mnprise a fhice-storv brick dwelling h (nov* Chartres) street, h;u;u. store brick kitchen, having i rooted, outhouses. \ ard paved, etc. B* ;ng ti.e same property acqstired by The de fendant ar a public sale made by The Sheri ti'of the No. 525 Moreau loom-, a three room, ail eiate Kei. »h oi < »i ie?tns. on t In : venrv-third dav ot April; in tii** matter ot' tl .*• surii'-vsitii 1 «*I Tie- late v Virginia Chew. «!♦■ * *-.ot *t wife o Martin ti. i. iiy. No. 25/ 22 of tl.. <i »**k* t ol tii t* sate Second net Court ol New Or! leans. S'-ized in Tin* above suit. Terms. 1. Cash in a sufficient amount t > pay plain tiff's ciuim, the sum o: two thousand live hun dred dollars ($2.VNtp with interest thereon at eight per cent jn-r annum from the twentieth NoveniWr, attorney's f. *•>. at five per cent on the amount sued for, tour dollars costs of copy of aet and costs of suit. 2. Tlie pur* baser to assume (to the extent of the amount of his bid) the pay ment of three promissory notes, secured by mort gage upon said property. *.»i two thousand five hun dred uollars (ifci.VX*) each, dated November 20, 1863, drawn by defendant to his own order and by him indorsed, payable respectively two, three and four years after date and hearing interest at eight percent per annum from date until paid. THOMAS. L. MAXWELL. se27 oclO 29 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Robert J. Wood v*. Alary Ann Woolver ton. widow ot Joseph A. Stevenson—Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, No. B Y virtue OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALK to in** directed by t he Honorable the Fourth Dis trict Court for the parish of Orleans, iu the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auction at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, y street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of" this city, on SATURDAY. Nov**ml»er 2*i. 1 >70. at 12 o'clock M., the following described proper! v. t«> wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with all the buildings ami improvements thereon, rights, privileges, customs, ways, servitudes and whatever fbe ma v be thereunto belonging or in any wi.-e ap peitaming, situated in the foubourg Livaudais, Fourth District of tins city, designated by tin* mini b. r nineteen, in square number twenty-nine, bound' ll by Washington, Sixth. Chippewa and An ni: .ciatmn streets, measuring thirty-three feet four inches fi"tit oil Annunciation street, by a depth of • me hundred and twenty ten*, as per phm drawn by C. K. /impel, latesmveyor, dated twelfth Mareh, 1*:..3, bounded on tlie side nearest Sixth street by tii*- corner lot, number eighteen on saM plan. Being tlie same property acquired bv_the defen dant by purchase from Mrs. Sarali Woolverton. willow of James Dudley. ;>er act passed before Wil liam Shannon, notan, public iuthis city, on the twenty-fourth January. I :*j7. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL. oc26 no!6 2d Sheriff of tiie parish of Orleans. ('. F. Boren?* vs. Allred Kearny—Seventh District Court for the parish oi Orleans, No. B y virtue of a wiut of seizure and sale, to in** directed by tlie Honorable the Seventh District Court for tlie nurisli 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 Cus tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this citv on SATURDAY. November 5, 1370. at twelve o'clock M.. the following described property, to wit— TWO LOTS OF GROUND, situated in the First District ot this city of New Orleans, iu tlie square "bounded by Julia. Camp Magazine and Girod streets. Said lots are designated by tin* numbers two and three, on a plan drawn by Charles A. do Armas, surveyor and civil engineer, dated the thirtieth day of May, 1867, and deposited in the office of C. V. Foulon, notary public in this city, as plan number eight. Which two lots of ground are contiguous, and measure, iu American measure, according to said plan, to wit: the said lot number two. thirty feet nine inches front on said Juiia street, tlie same measure on the rear line. l>v ninety-six feet and three inches in depth, between parallel lines. To gether with all tlie buildings aud improvements thereon. Aud lot number three measures thirty one feet two inches and three lines front on said Juiia street, the same mea-mre on the jrcar line, by ninety-six feet ana three inches in depth, between parallel line-. Together with all the buildings aud improvements thereon. The buildings and improvements existing on each of said two lots consist of a two-story brick lions**, containing six rooms, with gallery around, privies, etc., together also with all other circum stances aud dependencies, rights, privileges and servitudes, without any exception or reservation. Being the same property acquired by defendant bv purchase from tlie successions of Louis Adam aud of Catherine Caro, deceased, his widow, per act passed before C. V. Foulon. notary public in this city, on the fifth of March, 1868. Seized in the above suit. Terms—The purchaser to assume the payment of the sum of two hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three and one-third cents ($233 334) to the minor Eupliemie Odile Guillotte on the eighth day of September, 1372, aud moreover, to pay exactly and semi-annually to the said minor the interest on the said sum at the rate of eight per cent per annum from the day of the adjudica tion until final payment; said payment in capital and interest shall be made at tneir respective ma turity by the said purchaser, at the domieiel of the Bank of America, in this city; and the balance of the price of adjudication cash on the s pot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL, oc4 16 no5 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. SHERIFFS SALES. George Nungeeser vs. Widow Diary A. Stevenson (Mary Ann Woolverton, widow ot Joseph S. Stevenson).—Fourth District Court for the puri.sh of Orleans. No. 24,299. B y virtue OF a writ of seizure and sale to me directed by the Honorable tlie Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auc tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Koval street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on SAT URDAY. October 29. 1870. at twelve o'clock M., the following described property, to wit — TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together with a!', the buildings and improvements thereon, and all rights, ways, privileges and appurtenances thereto belonging or i:i anw wise appertaining, situ ated i:i the Firs: District <>n this city, ii^L* square bounded by Bacchus (now Barouufff Dryades, Calliope and C:io streets, designated bv the num bers five and six, on a sketch annexed to an aet of partition t».;ss«m 1 before H. B. Cenas, late a nothrv pub.ic i:i this city, on the fifteenth day of February, 1851; said lot a no asm f*. each, as follows: lot num ber five twenty-one feet one inch and six lines front on Bacchus (now Barronnc* street, by one hun dred tet in depth, between parallel lines, hounded in Tiie rear by an alley four feet wide. Coi#mou to tin* n:e and other lots boidenng thereon. And lot number six, twenty-: wo feet and four lines front on Bacchus (nov Baronne) street, by one hun dred aud twenty-seven feet t".o indies and three lines in depth between parallel lines; being the same property aequiivd by defendant by purehase li *>in Mr**. Sarah Wool vert »n. widow of James Bod ies . per a*-t pass' d before WiEiam Shannon, not ary pu'ouc i:i this <;tv.on the twenty-fourth dav ol Jaii Seixed in th»* above suit. Terms—Cash in a surtb ient amount to pay plain tiffs ciaini. say six thousand dollars (t 6"'X ). with interest thereon at eight per e**nt per annum from the twenty-fourth day of January, 1367. and costs of suit. 2. Tiie purchaser to assume (to the extent of the amount of hi-* bid) tin* payment of a prom is srti v note secured bv tuortgag*- upon said property, ilia'vii by the defendant, duly aid*'land authorized by h'-r husband, t«* lier "own order, ami by her in dorsed. dated on the t went'*-fourth day of January i * foi the sum or * \.* thousand dollars ($2909) payable four v* ars after date, and bearing interest at tin rate ot eight p«*r rent per annum Gom date miT.': paid. '. And tin* balnnee of the price of ad judication, if anv, cash on tin* spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL, \s.-27 oclu 29 Sheri!!'of the Parish of Orleans. All*, and Air*. 1*. E, Wiliz vs. Widow de St. Romes. Mrs. Widow I)** St. Romes w . Mr. aud Mrs. P. K. Wdtz—Se.euth District Com: for The parish of Orleans, Nos. l4Uo and 1529, (consolidated.) B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS issued on a twelve months' boml.against Louis Fl**r»*nt as principal, ami Victor *1»- St. Koines as *>e euritv.tome directed by the Honorable the Sev* nth District Court for the i'.wish of Orleans, in the above emitled^caiu-es. I will proceed to sell at public uuc tio; . at the Merchants and Auction? *ra' E rchange, Ritual street, between Canal aiid Customhouse streets, in th** Second District oi this citv. on SATURDAY. November 12. 187'».at twelve o'clock 31., tiie toLowing described property, to wit: TEN Lots of GROUND, situated, lying and being iu a * * rtain irregular square of ground, itithc N*-coad lfi.-'iriet «.f this citv. bounded u\ Main, St. Philippe. Fourth, Fifth and B«•!»'•«• h:,.-..*.*• streets. Lot.- nuinV-i> me. two. three, tour and five front on Fourth .-"reet ami extend back to tl.** rear line of lot - number - thirteen, fourteen, fit:ecu. sixteen and seventeen. numbers six. seven and eight front on B* I.* < h;i--" iver, ami hrs numbers nine and ten fi int on St. Phiiippe street: which 9 id li - - 1.;.-: inei:T;o:n*«l. extemling back to the side line of !**:-» numbers five and t-iirt« eu. lot uuniher six toivniug the corner of Beileeim»i ,uiu fourth Btrvets. j»er sketeli oil file in luy ollicc. Terms—cash on th** .-pot. Til031 AS L. MAXWELL, oell 23 no!2 Sberill *>T tine Parish of Orleans. The Citv of New Orleans v**. Clinrlotte ut . - .!:;•■ - Si m —Third Distri* t (Joint lor the parish of Orleaiis, Nos. 4132 ami 10,231. Th* city of N w Orleans vs. Same—Sixth District Court of New Orleans. No. 21.695. now Sixth Dr-triet Court for tin* parish of Orleans. B Y VIRTUE OF THREE WRITS OF FIERI FACIAS to me directed resjiectively by the Honorable tiie M.iid District Courts for the parish of Orleans, in tiie above entitled causes, aud by written e*»nseut of Peter Williams, sole iu ;r of «!• — tendant herein, I will proceed to sell at pub lic auction, at the .Merchants and AuciioneexV Exchange. Royal street, betw e* u Canal ami Custom liniise streets.'in the Second District of this eity. on MONDAY. o<*toVr 31. 1370, at twelve o'clock M., tin* following *1* -cribed prop* r:v. to wit— TWO CERTAIN Lots OF GROUND, situated, lying and being in the Third District of this city, :tie- mi 11:: bounded by From hm* n. F«*rc<*. K! \ - ;ia F.*-lds and Virtue stre»*ts. and designated a-num bers one and two. as per sketch of J. A. 1»'Heme court. p:-nui \ siu v* .or date*! A igu-t 7. Ic57, aud dt p '>:i*-*I in the She: .ifs office fi : reference. Which s-,-M lots ailjoin each other, and measure e.ich. as per s. rtl sketch, thirty-one fe«*t eleven in* h* s amt five lines front on Frenchmen street, by «. 'I:.---'*: fe* ten ruches ana Seized hi tie* above suits. Ti MtiS—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL. ge23 oeiT Sin lit!' of the I *: i-h of Ofh ans. Widow John .%.ro««tnnzi vs. Alary Pari*— sixth I»istnet Cornt for liiv parish ol Orleans, No. 1591. B Y virtue of a WRIT OF SEIZURE and sale to me diiected bv the Honorable the Sixth bis trier court t**r the parish ot Orleans, in tlie above entitled * au-e. I w : proceed :*> sell a* public auc tion at the 31erchaut» and Auctioneers* Exeliange, Royal sti.-et. between Canal ami Customhouse street®, in the Second District of this cits, on SATURDAY. <qt**b« r 29, 1370, at twelve o'clock 31.. tlie following described property. t<> wit— A CERTAIN Lot OF oRol'ND. together with the boil.lings tie ieon ;in*l nil appurtfnane**s thereunto belonging, .-.mated in theSe*ond District «»f this citv. designated by the nuinher sixteen of square number thirty-two. b unuleil by St. Pc** r. 3I::o and Tonti streets and Caromlelet Walk, as per plan nuinb*-r on hundred and forty-t wo, dep.>.-ite»I in tl**- oitiee ot Theodore Guyol, notary public in this ei.y. dated the fourtei*nth June. 1343. * w hi. :- w t *»! ground measure- either thir ty or tnu t \ -lour l'**et trout on St. Peter street, bv one lllllliheii t'.-t t in d**ptli. Kng lisli measure. Being tlie same pri'pert. acquire*! by tlie d<* feud ant by pun: • tnun Min n L. P. Gondran. ]>*• r aet i.a-sed ;»etbi • A. Baruett, u otary public in tins city, ilai. d June 20, 1 368. S* i/.ed in i [he a hove suit. Tcnn»—Cash on the sj*ot. TUi , THOMAS L. MAXW St*27 o*15 29 Sheriff of th** Parish of >ut*pe*«*ion of the Late Paul Hahn. l>e ceased—Second District Court for the Parish of Orb ans—No. 33,999. B Y VIRTUE OF AND IN OBEDIENCE TO AN ord**r of sale, rendered October 4, 1870. and to me directed by the Mouorabl** th** Second District Court for the paa^ of Orleans, in th** abov« entitled matt* r. I w-flr proceed to sell at public auc tion. at-the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this eity. on SATURDAY. November 5. 1370. at twelve o'clock 31.. for account of said succession, the following described property to wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the build ings aud the improvements thct>*on. dependencies and appurtenances, situated in the* Third Distrfrt of this eity. iu the square bounded by Prosper. An nette. Sol id vile and New St. Bernard streets, desig nated as lot nninWr sixteen of square number forty-nine, measuring twenty-seven feet front On the New st. Bernard street, by a depth of one hun dred and eighteen feet, said lot forming the corner of the N'*w St. Bernard and Solidelle streets. Also. LOT NUMBER SEVENTEEN, adjoining the foregoing i>ft. and fronting on N.-w St. Bernard •t. and naving the sane* d:m**:i Terms—One-third cash, aud the balance atone ami two years' eredit, in notes secured by vendor's lien, bearing eight per cent interest per annum from date of sale until final payment, with the clause ot ten per cent attorn** s fees in event of ftiiit. The building* and improvements to be fully insured, and the poth-v of insurance transferred to tin- holder of said notes. Act of sal** at the expense of the purchaser, be fore Etienne Lam r, notary public. THGMAS L. MAXWELL, oc3 17 no5 Sheriff of tlie Parish of Orleans. The C ity of New Orleans, tor the Use and benefit of the McDonogli Scht»ol Fund, vs Loui- E*l*»uard Forstall—Seventh District Court fortlii* parish of Orleans. No. 7359. B Y VIRTUE OF AN ALIAS WRIT OF FIERI FA * in-* to me directed by tin* Honorable the said District Court tor the pal ish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auc tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, R*vn! street, between Canal aud Customhouse streets, in tlie Se**oud District of this city, on MON DAY. November 23. 1.»'70, at twelve o'clock 31. , the following described property, to wit— !. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the S.***<*n*l District of this city, in the square bounded by Sr. Louis. Toulouse. Daupliine and Burgundy streets, mea.-iiring. French measuie, tliirty feet front on said Daupiiin** street, by on** hundred and twentv feet in depth, between parallel lim s. Ac qniiedby defendant by purclnis** from Paul Bertas, per act passed before Felix Grinia. notary public in this eity. on The sixt**»*nth January. 1837. 2. AND A LOT OF GROUND, adjoining the fore going. measuring. French measure, thirty-five t*»et front on said Daupliine street, in above mentioned square, by sixty-five teet in depth, between paral lel lines. Acquired by ib'fen*Iaut by purchase from James Robb, per act passed b**fore Lucien Her mann. late a notary public in this city, on the thir teenth O* tober. 1843. Together with all tlie buildings and improve ments **ii sai*l two lots ot ground. and ail t n* rights, way*, etc., thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Seize*! ill tii*- above SUttS. Terms—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL, o* 27 no12 27 Sheriff of tlie parish of Orleans. Tlie 1 itv of New Orlean* vs. Ernst us II. Harris—Fourth District Court tor the parish of Orleans—No. 22.426. Tin* City of New Orleans ys. same—Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleaua—No. 1271. B Y VIRTUE OF TWO WRITS OF FIERI FACIAS, to me directed by the Honorable the said District Courts for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants ami Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this citv, on SATURDAY. November 12. 1870.'at twelve o'clock 31., the following described property, to wit— A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, situated in tlie twelfth assessment and Fourth District of this city, in square number two hundred and twelve, bounded by Philip. St. Charles, First and Prytania streets, measuring one hundred and twenty-eight feet and two lines front on Philip street, by a depth of one hundred and twenty-seven feet ten inches and five lines; said portion of ground forming the comer of Philip aud fit. Charles streets. Together with all the buildings and improve ments thereon, as per survey aud plan made by C. A. de Armas, surveyor, deposited in the Sheriff's office for reference. Seized in the above suits. Terms—Cash on the spot. > THOMAS L. MAXWELL, ocll 25 no 12 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. SHERIFFS SALES. Chnrlea F. Boren* vs. Alfred Kearny Seventh District Court for the Parish of Or leans, No. 7799. • B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND sab* to me directed by the honorable the Sev enth District Court for tin* parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, 1 will proceed to sell, at pub lic auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex change, Royal street, between Canal and Custom house streets, in the Second District of this city, on SATURDAY, November 5. 1870, at twelve o'clock M.. the following described property, to wit— SIX CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, with the ap purtenances, rights, ways, privileges, servitudes and dependencies, situate in tin* late City of Jeffer son. now the Sixth Hist riet of the city of New Or leans, designated severally by the numbers six, eight, nine, ten, thirty-one and thirty-two, iu square number seventeen, which is bounded by Louisiana avenue, Toledana, Coliseum, late Plaque mine, and Prytania streets, as per plan of Jules T. Drcux, surveyor, annexed to an art of partition passed on the twentieth of April, 1355, before Theo dore Guyol, notary public, in this city. \\ liich lots measure as follows: Lot number six measures thirty-two feet front on Coliseum street, by one hundred and twenty-eight feet in depth. Lots numbers eight, nine aud teu measure each thirty-two feet front on Louisiana avenue, bv one hundred and twenty-eight feet iu depth. And lots numbers thirty-om* and thirty-two measure each thirty feet front on Toledano street, by one hun dred ami sixty feet in depth, the whole being be tween parallel lines. Being the same pr*>]>erfy acquired by the defend ant by purchases from tin* heirs of J. J. Hanna, per acts passed before P. Charles C.:v**Iii *r. notary pub* lie ii*. this city, on tlie. ninth Juno, 1868. Seized in the above suit. Teiins—1. Cash in a sufficient amount to pav plaintiff's claim—sav, tlie sum of sixteen hundred aud eighteen dollars ami seventy-five cents (£1618 75), witli interest then-on at tl'.** rate of eight Per cent per annum from tin* s •< ond May, 1363, till th** day of sale; eighty dollars and ninety three cents (#30 93) attorney's tees, twelve dollars (#12) costs of acts and costs of suit. 2. The pur chaser to assume (to the extent of the amount of his bid) the payment of tine** prom:s.-oi v notes, se cured by mortgage nn said above dcscniied proner ty. drawn by defendant to ids own order, ami in dorsed by himself, dated on the second day of May. 1863, one forth** sum **t two hundred and fifty dol 1 ars ($250). another tor th** sum ot nim* hundred and eighteen dollars and seventy-five cents ($918 75), and the last for tiu- sum of four hundred and fifty dollars (:fc450), payable three years after date, and bearing interest .it the rate of eight per y**nt per annum from date until paid. 3. And the Balance of the price of adjudication, it any. cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL. oc4 16 i:o5 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Willinm IS. Sorley (Cliariem ISeatli Siibro gatc) vs. th** African Methodist Episcopal Church of th** City *>! New Orleans—Fourth Dis trict Court for the parish of Orleans. No. 22,281. I >Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE 3 to no* directed by the Honorable the Kourtli District Court* for the Psnsh of Orleans, in the above entitle*! cause, I will proceed to s**.l at pub lic auction, at the 3Iercliants and Auctioneers* Exchange. Royal street, between Canal ami Custom house >:r<*«*ts,' in the Second District of tiiri citv, on MONDAY. Ortolier 31, 1H7*>. at twelve o'clock 31. ii.*- following des«*rii>ed property, to wit— TWO LOTS OF GROUND, toget'm r with the building;- th«*ivou ami appurtenances fher* hmg.ng, situated in the Second District of this city, designated by th** numbers two and three, ui square number fifty-one, bounded by Derbigny, CustoiiiJious**. Roman ami Bienville st.r**«Js. on a plan drawn by Joseph Pilie. late surveyor dated first of May. 1349, dejtosited in th** office of D. L. McCay, la:**.. notary public in this city. Which lots measure, each, twenty-five feet front on Derbigny street, by on** hundred and forty-eight feet six inches deep, in American measure. Being the same property acquired by defendant, by pur chase. from Henry Pedarr**. per act pa.-.-* -i before Aim! Dreyfons, notary public iu this city, on the tenth of April, 1367. Seized in the above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL, se30 or 15 30 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Tlie City of New Orleans v*. Joseph Llado: same vs. same—Second District Court of New Orleans (now Second District Court for the parish of Orleans), Nos. 23,073 aud 24,426. The city of New Orleans vs. Joseph Llado : same vs. kani*—Third District Court for the parish of Orleans, Nos. 2506 and 7953. The city of New Orleans vs. Joseph L!a*U>—.Fourth .District Court of New Orleans (now Fourth District Court tor the pariah of Orleans), Nos. 15,835 aud 21,395. The city oi New Orleans vs. Joseph Llado—Fourth District Court for the parish, ot Orleans, No. The c.ty of New Orleans v - Jos.-ph Llado—Sixth District Court ot New Orleans (know Sixth Dis trict Court for the parish o: Orleans), No. 12,77 B Y VIRTUE OF EIGHT WRITS OF FIERI FACIAS to nr* directed by the Honorable the said District Courts for tin* peri-h of Orleans, iu the above entitled causes I will proceed to -eliat public change. R". ln»c-e street.-, in Tl.** S**C"fi<l District <>: t!r- citv, on TUESDAY. November 3, 1370, at twelve o'clock M., the follow-mg described property, to-wit— A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND of an irregu lar form, situate at the corner of Bagatelle street and Marignv avenue, in square number eighty five. hounded by Marignv avenue. Bagatelle, St. Anthony anil Duels street. Said portion of ground being composed *>f lots numbers one and two. and having about ninety feet front on Marignv avenue by about thirty-six feet in depth, ami front on Bagatelle street about eightv-M*veu feet on the side line toward Sr. Anthony avenue, undone hun dred and twenty feet width on tlie r* tr line, according to survey and nlan mad** by*'. A. de Annas, surveyor, deposited iu^Uie Sheriff's office for reference. Seized in the above suits. g Terms—Cash on the spot. TIDEMAS L. MAXWELL, oc7 22 nofl Sheriff of tlie Parish of Orleans. Myrtile C'oiireHIe v**. Etienne Boon— * Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, No. 24,295. B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE to me directed by the Honorable the Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, iu the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex change. Royal street, between Canal aud Custom house streets, in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY. October 31. 1370. at twelve o'clock M., the following described property, to wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND situlite in the Third District of this city, in the square bounded by Uiviou, Frenchmen, Prosper and Solidelle streets, measuring thirty-one fort eleven inches aud five lines front oh Uihoii street, by a depth of one hun dred and twenty-seven feet five inches and eight lines, in English measure, between parallel lines, which lot of ground forms part of lot number sev enteen of square number tnii ty-three. Together with all the buildings and improve ments thereon, circumstances and dependencies, without any exeejffiou or reserve. Being the same property acquired by the defend ant by purchase from Marie Esther Bressy. wife of Joseph Alexis, per art passed before Charles Mar tinez, notary public, in this city, on the nineteenth of August, 1369. Seized iu the above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL, sc30 or 15 39 Sheriff' of the parish of Orleans. Annum! Helot vh. L. J. Maillot anil Miss L. A. Maillot—Sixth District Court for the Parish of Orleans, No. 20.374. B Y .'VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS against L. J. Maillot, to me directed by* the Honorable the Sixth 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 7 Exchange, Royal street, l>evwe«*:i Canal ami Customhoe.se streets, m the Second District of this citv. on SATURDAY, November 12, 1879, at twelve o'clock 31., all the right, title and interest of tin* defendant, L. J. Maillot, in ami to tin- following d**s**rib«*d property, said interest therein being the idle undivided third part thereof— A CERTAIN LOT OK GROUND, situate in the Second District of this city, iu the square bounded bv Burgundy, Hospital. Ursulines and Rampart streets.' beginning at eighty feet from Hospital street, and measuring. French measure, twenty-two feet front on Burgundy street, bv a depth of ninety f»*et. ojieniiig t**n inches at th** distance of fifty feet from said Burguud.v street, on the side lint* toward Hospital street, and then* e having twenty-two feet ten inches wide, until tlie rear line. The whole according to a plan of Allan D'liemecourt, late deputy surveyor, on the twenty-ninth May. 1834, and annexed to an art of sale^ passed before Henry Paul Caire, late a notary public in this city, on the fifth dav of September, 1851, together with ail the buildings thereon. Seized in the above suit. Term—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL, o<-ll 25 no!2 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Seaman llopkin»« Jr., vs. Janie* li. Red die.—Fifth District Court for the Parish of Or leans, No. 1667. B Y VIRTUE OF AN ALIAS WRIT OF SEIZURE and sale to me directed by tin* Honorable the Fifth District Court for the Parish of Orleans, in the above entitled eause. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the 3I**r**h:iuts and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse strt-ets, iu the Second District of this city, on SATURDAY. October 29 1879, at twelve o'clock 31., the following described property, to wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with the buildings ami improvements thereon, all the rights and privileges thereunto belonging, situ ate in th** Fourth District of this city, iu the square bounded by Rousseau. Fulton, Second aud Third streets, aid designated bv the number thirteen, on a plan dejmsited in tin* office of H. B. Cenas. lat** a notary public in this city. Which said lot measure twent.v-rtve feet two inches front ouThird street by a depth of one bundled add twenty-six feet six inches ami seven lines, between parallel lines. Being the same property acquired by the defend ant herein from Andrew Mangold! as per aet passed lie fore Joseph R. Winchester, late a noury public in this city, on the twelfth of July, 136" Seized in the above suit. ^Tcrms—Cash ou the spot. THOMAS L. M 'XWF.LL . w27 ocl5 29 Sheriff ot the Parish of Orleans. Jacob Strauss vs. Grorgf *>!• Wicklille Fourth District i"ourt for the Parish ot Orleans. B Y°V7rTUE OF A WRIT of FTKHI F -> CI -' S to me directed by tlie. Honorable the fourth District Court for the parish ot Orleans. al>ove entitled cause, I will proceed to ^ed at ,1 i lie auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers Kx change, Royal street, between banal and bustoin liotise streets, in the Second Bmtrict of this «it> , on niitvn tv Asr.imr 'll 1870. «lt twelve o cloci M., mT»TdaY? Octoblr a.; 1970. at twelve o'clock M. by Charles T Howard, to his own order and by him indor^d for the sum of five thousand dollars ($5000), without interest, dated New Orleans, April 11 1870. payable six mouths after date, ou which .' , '... :...l»inoiit •and nrivil.'crt* Bla^riff , h'as'" jud*meut aud privilege. Seized in the a bo Seized tu tne aoove suit. Tortus—Cash on O** L maXWKBL. •cte 25 30 Sheriff of the parish of Orleans. SHERIFF'S SALES. Joseph Harriet vs. John Wlloon—Sixth Dlo~ tncfc Court for the parish of Orleans, No. 1499. B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE to me directed by the Honorable tlie Sixth District Court for the parish of Orleans, ia th© above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pub lic auction, at the Merchants aud Auctioneers* Exchange, Koval street, between Canal and Cus tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on SATURDAY, October 29,1870, at twelve o'clock 31.. the following descrilied property, to wit— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the buildings and improvements thereon, and all the rights, ways and privileges thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining, situate in Faubourg, West Bouligny, in tlie City and parish of Jefferson, in this State, in the square number seventeen of said Faubourg, bounded by Live Oak, Bordeaux, Laurel and Lyons streets. The said l*»t is designated by the number twenty eight. on a figurative plan annexed to an act dated. June 12, 1841. and deposited iij the office of Charles Boudousquie, late :u notary public in the city of New Oilcans, and measures thirty feet front on Bordeaux street, by a depth of one hundred and fifty feet. | Being the same property acquired by the defend ant by purchase from t^he estate of Geiievio Roberts, per act passed before P. E. Davis, notary public, on the twenty-third of October, 1865. Seized in tin* above suit. Terms—Cash on the spot. THOMAS L. MAXWELL. se27 oe!2 29 Sheriff of the parish of Orleans. CONSTABLE'S SALES. Enin niipl Kin nr o vs. Steamboat Trade Palace, Captain LeBaron.—First Justice Court, Parish of Orleans. B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS TO nw* directed by the honorable George W. Sad ler, First Justice of the Peace in and for tlie parish of Orleans. I will proceed to sell at public auction *>U THURSDAY. Noyemhi-r 3, 1870, at twelve o'clock 31., at the corner of Julia and Magnolia streets— Two Steamboat STAGE-PLANKS. ►Seize! in th** above suit. Terms—flash ou the spot. A. A. PLATTSMIER, oc25 30 n*>3 Constable. Enin iihH Klnnco vs, St emit bent Trade I'ahtue, Captain Le Baron—Hirst Justice Court, parish of < means, No. 4963. • B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS TO •ted 7 liy tiie Hon. George W. Sadler, directed _ First Justice of th*- Peace iuaud for the parish ofOr I will proceed to sell at* public auction ou THURSDAY, November o, 1870. at twelve o'clock 31 , at tin* corner of Juiia ami Magnolia streets— Two STEAMBOAT STAGE PLANKS. Seized in tie* above suit. Terms—Cash ou the spot. a. A. PLATTS3IIER, oc25 Constable. SUCCESSION NOTICES. Supce«*:on nt Miirimret tirade—>0.33,691 S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to th. ditors of this estate, and to all other persona herein interested, to show cause within ten day. Coin the present liotirieatiou, if any they have or can. why the aeconut presented by Michael Meade, administrator of this estate, should not l»e homologated and approved, and tho funds distributed in accordance therewith. M. O. TRACT. Clerk. Succession of F. 1*. Hogan—No. 23,6'j3 S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Notion is hereby given to the cred itors of this estate, and to all other persons herein interested to show cause within ten nays from the pre sent uotiticati.n. if any they have or can, why the account presented by tlie testamentary executor of the deceased should not be homologated and approved, and the lands distributed in accordance therewith. By order of the court. oefii no2 6 M. O. TRACY, Clerk. Succession of Alexander Norton—No. 34 127 S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR TIIE PARISH of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to alL persons having claims against the succession of the late Alexander Norton to present the same to undersigned, testaiuentury executors of the late will a:ul testament of Alexander Norton, at No. 60 Magazine street, New Orleans. MILES TAYLOR. ccJ7 30 nn5 II. BIDWELL. SiHffssion of J. B. Trist—>'o. 116.036. QKCOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH O of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to thecredlt ora of this estate, and to all other persons herein interested, to show cause within ten days from tho present notification, if any they have or can. why the orig mil and supplemental account presented h.v the aduiiuistratui of this estate should not be homologated and approved, and the funds distrib uted in accordance therewith. Bv onter of the Court. * n.-2o 31) m,4 M. O. TRACT, Clerk. Succession of .Mrs. Jacob Freithofl—No. 34,132. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Whereas, Jacob Freithofl has peti tioned tiie court for letters of admans tratiou on the estate of tlie late Mrs. Jacob FreitUotl', deceased, intestate: Notiee is hereby given to all Whom it may concern, to show cause within ten days, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. Bv order of the Court. 01-21 25 30 M. O* TRACT, Clerk. Succession of Claude Ifcgnlle—No. 33,1)47. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Not .ce is hereby given to the credi tors of this estate and to all other persons herein interested to show cause within ten days from the present notification, if any they have or can, why the account presented by the Administra te: v of this estate should not 1m liomolo ited and approved, and the funds distributed in -cordauce therewith. Bv order of the court. ui-23 27 III M. O. TRACY, Clerk. .•succession of Widow B. Luiborde— No. 34.13H. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Whereas, Mrs. Kulnlie La borde, wife of E. G. Sander, has petitioned the court for letters of administration ou the estate of the late Widow B. Lahorde, deceased intestate. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, to show cause w ithin ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. Bv order of the court. 0( 23 27 mil M. O. TRACT, Clerk. Succession of L<ouis E. Cfaauvin—No. 34,137. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Whereas, David Jamison has petitioned the court for letters of curntorship on tlie estate of the late Louis K. Cliauviu, deceased, intestate: Notice is hereby given to all whom it mav cont-ern, to show cause within ten days, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not lie granted. Bv order of the court. oc23 27 ul M. O. TRACT, Clerk. . Succession of Jncob >torch—No. 34.1H9. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans. — Whereas. Leonard Marino ho* petitioned the court for letters of admiuistro tion on the estate of the lute Jacob Storck, deceased, intestate: Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, to show cause within ten days, why the prayer of tlie said petitioner should not be granted. Bv order of the Court. 01-19 23 23 M. O. TRACT, Clerk. Succession of ffeorge Unman—No. 34,138. S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH of Orleans.—Whereas, Eliza Human has petitioned tlie court for letters of administra tion on tlie estate of the late George Human, deceased, intestate: Notice is hereby given to all wliuui it may concern, to show cause within ten days, why the prayer of tho said petitioner should not he granted. Bv order of the court. 0( 21 25 30 M. O. TRACY, Clerk. LEGAL NOTICES. /(ywv*<v( 8TATE OF LOUISIANA. FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF ORLEANS. KATE HUTCHINS, WIFE OF MORGE J. LEMON, vs. her husband—No. 24,328. I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON THE FIFTH DAY of October, 1371), judgment was rendered in tins court, iu the following entitled suit, iu the words and figures following, to wit: Kate Hutchins, wife of Merge J. Lemon, vs. her husband—No. 24,328. , „ The court, Considering tbe written consent of counsel for botb plaintitf and defendant tiled this dav, aud further considering that tin* ('' nleutie and tbi-law are in plaintiff's fuvor.it is ordered, ud jml-rd and decreed that there lie judgment ini favor of tin-said plaintiff. Kate Hub bins, wife ot Morge J Lemon and against her husound, the deteudaut, decree ill" a separation of property betweeen them. It is dually ordered tiiat defendant pay costs of S1 Judgment rendered Octoiler 5, ltl7<>. si-rm-tl October H, 1370. [signed) PAUL E. THEARD, Judge. I;, testimony wjliereof I liave hereunto set my hand, and atlixeditho seal of the said court, at the eity Of New Orleans, ou this sixth day of Octo U r. in tiie year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred ami seventy, and tlie iiiuthy-tiftli year of tiie independence of tlie United States, oi 7 22 no7 FRANK WALL, Deputy Clerk. UNITED .-TATE8 DISTRICT COURT. DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA. IN THE MATTER OF ABNER P. BURTON, BANK rupt. In Bnnkrnptry—No. !F24. W HEREAS ABNER P. BURTON, FORMERLY OF Concordia,jiarish, Louisiana, hut uowaresi dent of Hvc State of Mississippi, duly declared honk*, rupt under the act of Congress of March t, 1067, haa this day filed in said court a petition praying tin y discharge and certificate thereof from all his debt# and other claims provable under said aet. Notice is theretiire given to all creditors who have proved their deb lie, and to all other persons in inter est, that the twe(itv-first day of November, 1870, at 11 A. M., is assigned for the hearing of the same, and that they may then aud there attend and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petition shenld mot be granted. Clerk's Offloe, New Orleans, June 13,1870. |y!9 1_ K. MOW, Depaty Clerk.