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mil of tour hundred
i and fortjr-tour cents,
«f Internal Revenue,
which the plaintiff
Olegal. The
, i wae made by
Revenue, First
the State of Louiai
aa a commercial
' of cotton alleged to hare
. h the months of June,
thrijear 1869. Upon the
m demand of the Col
Revenue, the plaintiff
t suit, at the same tune pro
D| against the legality of
L aaff alleging that he had
on during the time for
had been made, and
tat wae illegal. The
;from the notion of
Was rejected.
_____ ______within
tbedets of the rejection of
showed that the plaintiff
aa a cotton broker, during
June, July had October,
that time he sold no cotton,
itaaoe of buyers of cot
. be purchaaed from fac
ef eotton for which the said
hfc did not sell, however,
review of the evidence,
Unable to the eaae, the
eititotthetax waa illegally aa
fhat the plaintiff has good cause
6b ro eo ver from S. A. Stockdale,
ref Intarnal Revenue, the sum
is, therefore, ren
and it ia ordered that
issue against, defend
iin fo which julginent
of the proper appropria
ry, as provided by law
va. Mrs. J. C. McPherson
J -In this case a verdict
rod by the jury in favor
gment waa rendered ac
r Weller *s Coart.
before the commissioner
that ef a man recently em
rat the St Charles Hotel,
■tty discharged for the
habit of drunkenness,
i for wages, but learned
jurisdiction was adesid
inimically and dia
B to any pecuniary re
I behalf before that oourt.
Court.
did not occupy the bench
yesterday, being obliged to
i in eeaseqnence of illness in
: Court—Jury Verdicts,
tadtaf Nicholas Boacbman, for the
"1 of the New Orleans Mutual
y, vs. H. G. McComas,
rof the steamboat Julia
verdict has been given in
for $1062 £0. In this case
■ad the bar of the boat *>»
k of April, 1870, for a term
, and paid in advance for
is. At the end of tbe
i was destroyed by lire,
ed for the money ad
f the months during which he was
by foe loss of the boat, from
the bar in the above
may, and was paid the amount
I,font brought the suit on behalf
Verdict for amount
L'UMb of Martin Haley, suing the
l Company for $6000 for being
of thecars of the com]
, »ty-eig
holding the bridle of the
street on the twenty-ei
to the cart he drovi
he alleged he had been
in the chest,, causing a
eighth rib on the right
curtilage, and the ooncnssion
imdowu, producing insensibility
bodily pain, and great mental
n foe jury returned a verdict in
rfltintiff ur $600 and costs of court.
Ifo Bbt r let Court.
Cf Rennet St Bell vs. Mutual
impainy, in the matter of the
■unboat Texarkana, an appeal
._ i to the Supreme Court by the
lAnjithe decision rendered by
opinion in this case was
we in the .Republican a
eg has entered suit in
Court to recover one
l value of seven lots of ground,
thereon, situated at the
i end Jackson streets, in
i rents of same for ten years,
Mp foat the property was pur
r H. J. Frierson, but that the trans
i rognlar, etc.
Ittk Mmtot Court.
> com of Myero k. Winehill vs. the
l ive and Murine Insurance Com
fbe Firemen's Insurance Com
■thas been rendered in the
Court allowing Henry Bezou,
for liquidating the claims of
against the original stock
i said earn tone paid out
i realised out of the units,
Cm
, a resident of
this etty,
i District
only pesifomhb is capable of ilUug. **
1 I» alleges than foe said a eetdei af and its
tragbdyin baton rouge.
Murder bp a Jealous Woman.
We reported the Baton Rouge Joumatt
brief report of the late tragedy in Baton
Rouge. We copy the following from the
Grand. Era :'
A horrible scene was witnessed last Sun
day evening about seven o'clock, at the
corner of Boulevard and Natchez streets in
this city, which resulted in an almost in
stant death of a colored man named Jacob
Newmap. Jealousy seems to have been the
whole cause of tbe horrible deed, as we
learn that the deceased and Catherine
Turner had some words previous to the
murder; and on Wednesday night previous
to tbe same, Catherine was heard to sav to
deoeaaed, "Before you shall marry Ellen, I
will kill you." We also learn that she pur
chased a dirk the same week. This threat
was repeated a few moments before this
horrible deed was committed, and imme
diate 1 ^ «ft« which, murderer said to de
ceased, "If you don't believe I'll kill you,
just come here; I've got the things to do it
withat which she drew a knife and made
a plunge at deceased, following him so
close that he whs compelled to retreat
backward, causing both to fall into a ditch.
Deceased rose first, bleeding, and walked
across the street to the gallery of Mr. Cook,
where he sat by a post, saying, "I am done."
The murderer, with bloody Knife in hand,
came up to her victim, and said: "That is
only a scratch; Jake is just putting on."
Now viewing her victim gasping in death,
she left in haste. 'Daniel Cook attempted
to give some relief to the dying man, and
finding that the deceased was dying, and
would be found at his door, while the mur
derer might escape and leave him (Cook)
accountable for the deed, immediately pur
sued, and took her to Mayor Elam, who saw
that she was placed in safe keeping. Will
the men take warning by this, and beware
the snares you set, whereby you are so often
caught.
The following is the decision of the jurors'
inquest, held over the body of Jacob New
man, by J. H. Tayler, Justice of the Peace,
First Ward:
Baton Rouge, April 9,1871.
We the undersigned, jurors of inquest,
after being duly sworn to inquire in behalf
of thfr State when and by what means said
Jacob Newman came to his death, upon
their oaths do say, after hearing the tes
timony of Coleman Brown and Daniel Cook,
who being sworn, state to the jury of inquest
that the deceased came to his death in the
city of Baton Rouge, parish of East Baton
Rouge, State. of , Louisiana, on Sunday
evening about seven o'clock, April 9,1871,
by a stab with a large knite in the hands of
one Catherine Turner, alias CatlierinotPoin
dexter, said w ound being a stab in the left
breast of said Jacob Newman, just over the
heart, supposed to have struck the heart,
causing almost instant death.
[Signed] A. J. BOGAN, '
JOSEPH SANCHES,
CHARLES NEFF,
A. STOCKINGS,
GOO. BELL, Jurors.
The Kn-Klnx BUI.
Washington, April II.— The Ku-Klux
bill, as it finally passed tbe Senate to-day,
has the following additional section :
Sec. 7. That if any house, tenement,
cabin, shop, building, barn, or granary shall
be unlawfully or feloniously demolished,
pulled down, burned, or destroyed, wholly
or in part, by any persons notouslv and
tumultuously assembled together, or if any
person shall unlawfully and with force and
violence be whipped, scourged, wounded or
killed by any persons riotously and tumul
tuously assembled together, and if suck of
fense was committed to deprive any person
of any right conferred upon him by the
constitution and laws of the United Stated,
oh to deter him from or punish hiqt for ex
ercising any such right, or by reason of his
race, color, or previous condition of servi
tude, in every such case the inhabitants of
the county, city or parish in which any of
the said offenses shall be committed, shall be
liable to pay full compensation to tbe person
or persons damnified by such offense, if liv
ing,or to his legal fepresentative, if dead; and
such compensation may be recovered bv
such person, or his representative, by suit
in any court of the United States of compe
tent jurisdiction in the district in which the
offense was committed, to be in the name of
the person iqjured, or his legal represen ta
tive, and against said county, city, or par
ish; and* execution may be issued on a judg
ment rendered in said suit; and may be
levied upon any property, real or personal,
of any person in said county, city, or par
ish; and the said connty, city, or parish,
which may have satisfied said judgment, or
the person of whose property said judgment
shall have been satisfied, as tbe case may
be, may recover the Hull amount of said
judgment, costs, and Interest, from any per
son or persons engaged as principal or ac
cessory in such riot, in an action in anv'
court of competent jurisdiction, and the
person out of whose property such judgment,
dkall have been satisfied shall in such case
have contribution as at common law, and
the circuit court of the United States,.for
the proper district, shall have jurisdiction
of
of que-h action.
The following amendments were made to
the other sections of the bill as they passed
the House:
In section two, after the words "to seize,
take, or possess any property of the United
States," omit the words "against the will
and."
Same section, a few lines below the
above, omit the word "his", after tbe words
to injure him in his person or property on
account of."
Same ' section, about the middle thereof,
after tbe words "for lawfully enforcing 0 the
right of any person or class of persons to
the equal protection of the laws," insert the
following: "or by force, intimidation or
United
giving
his support or advocacy in a lawful manner
toward or in favor of the election of any
lawfully qualified person as an elector for
President or Vice President of the United
States, or to injure any such citizen in his
person or property on account of such sup
port or advocacy."
Same section (two) strike out the words
such as is defined in this section," which
follow the words "and if any one or more
persons engaged in any such conspiracy,"
to be found about fifteen lines from bottom
of section.
Section three, in second or third line,
omit word "far" after words "in' any State
shall so."
A few lines below above, after words
"named in the constitution, and secured by
this act." omit the words "or obstruct the
equal and impartial course of justice."
About three lines below preceding omit
as follows: "And shall fail or neglect,
through the proper authorities, to apply to
the President ot the United States for aid
in that behalf."
Section tour, about middle thereof, after
tbe words, "and within the limits of the dis
trict which shall be so under the sway
thereof," insert the following: "Or when
ever any such insurrection, violence, un
lawful combination or conspiracy shall
oppose or obstruct tjje laws of the United
States, or the due Execution thereof, or
impede justice tinder the same," etc.
Section four, at the close, strike out the
words, "the first day of June, A. D. 1872."
Section six, about six lines. from begin
ning, make the words "be ia complicity with
any such combination or conspiracy" the
end of section.
ThefVidalia Herald reports this:
Horn David Young to building at his own
expense, a church on. Third street for foe
■f to* Baptiste, which will bn
pleted in a tow days. With tto
'*narutafi**
threats, to prevent any citizen of the l T nit<
States lawfully entitled to vote from giviti
NBW OUKAM mUEANCB ASSOCIATION.
$pw Onuam, April It, M7L
to ta nferwit y with t h * ta ririan *f tto a te i frtolrt -
w upusillMato IWmri sad sue shams, at
ajaml meaingbaM an W admmto y , AwjTn,
lift, alter daeadvartiasaMat*. ootlee to hereby
given to all wham it stay concern, In furtherance
of a reaelnttan at the bead adopted an the four
teeath Ins tant, that the New Orleans Insurance
Aaaoelattoa to di«— W ed, and that the liquidation of
its affair* will be effected by Meaara. Samuel Hen
demon, Jnlea Aldige and V. Bouligny, aa commU
atonera duly appointed under article eleven of the
charter.
O. LANAUX, Secretary.
NOTICE.
MUTUAL INSURANCE 1880
TION.
Capital.............. ...............$1,000,000
The New Orleans Mutual Insurance Association,
a corporation under the laws of tlie State of Louisi
ana, is ready to insure acniusi
risks. Office No. 10 Exchange alley.
NEW ORLEANS
at fire, marine and river
G. LANAUX, Secretary.
New Oreans, April to, 1871.
Board of Directors.
CBABLES CAVAROC, President.
Charles de Buy ter. U. Marinoni,
Augustus Reichanl, A. Poincy,
Leou Haas, Jr., Ant. Lanata,
E. F. Mioton, . William Agar,
8 . Cambon, Jean Kgle,
F. E. Bernard.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA—STATE OF LOU
ISIANA.
Parish of Orleans, city Of New Orleans.
Be it known that on this fifteenth day of the
month of April, in the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and seventy-one, and of the
independence of the United States of America the
ninety-fifth, before me, Gustave LeGardenr, Jr.,
a notary public, duly commissioned and sworn, in
and for tbe parish and city aforesaid, therein re
siding; and in the presence ef the witnesses here
inafter named 'and undersigned, personslly came
and appeared Messrs. Charles Cavaroc, Charles ile
guyter, Augustus Heichard, Leou Haas, Jr., Eu
gene F. Mioton, Sybrestre Cambon, Ulysses Mari
noui, Arthur Poincy, Antoine Louata, F. Edgard
Bernard, Jean Egle and William Agar, all of this
city, and composing the Board of Directors ot the
New Orleans Mutual Insurance Association. And
the said C. Cavaroc, In bia name and in the pres
ehce and in the name of the other tebove named
appearers, presented to me, the undersigned no
tary, a certain instrument in writing, purporting
to be the act of organization of tbe New Orleans
Mutual Insurance Association; and the said ap
S eaters being desirous to give to said instrument
ue validity and authenticity, have requested me.
the undersigned notary, to make an act of deposit
and registry of the same; and I, the said notary,
in purauAuce of the request aforesaid, have regis
tered the above mentioned act of organisation,
which is in the words and Ugnres following, to wit:
The undersigned hereby form themselves into a
cor oration to be styled, tbe NEW ORLEANS MU
TUAL'INSURANCK ASSOCIATION, under tbe pro
visions and regulations contained in the amended
charter of the New Orleans Insurance Association
in this city, made part thereof by reference, with
the distinct provision that no stockholder of the
present corporation shall participate in the profit*
of tbe same unless he has effected insurance therein
and paid premiums accordingly, and then only in
the proportion of the earned premiumseo paid; and
that the capital of tbe present corporation is
hereby fixed at oue million of dollars (£ 1 , 000 . 000 ).
It being well understood that the present Board
of Directors and other officers of the said New Or
leans Insurance Association shall assume the or
ganization of the affairs and management of the
bushier* of the present corporation as soou as five
hundred thousand dollars shall have been' sub
scribed, and continue until changed, iu the manner
provided for by said amended charter.
• The undersigned agree to be considered bound, as
tbougb by stock note, for tbe number of shares op
posite to their respective names, maturing on tbe
thirty-first of December, 1871, and ltonnd also to
transfer to the present corporation whatever profits
may accrue to them reauectively in the New Or
leans Insurance Association.
The u dersigned binding themselves, moreover,
to furnish to tbe present corporation stock notes
for tlie full amount of their siihscription, dne
thirty-first December, H71, the same to be credited
with the profits transferred as aforesaid. •
The Board of Directors aforesaid it hereby au
thorized to make a deposit of tbe preseut act iu a
notary's office, authenticate, register and publish
the same in the manner prescribed by law.
New Orleans, February 7,1871.
New Orleans, February 7,1871.
ZMn ntXRKS. NAMES. SHARKS.
C. Ca valor.............1WI Seignouret Fie res.... 100
Frauk Husk A Co.....00 Leon Haas, Jr........ 10
H. F. Given...........60 A. Tbibant............60
Lehman, Newgass A Benjamin Newgass... 10
eija
Co.................60 B. T. Walslie. .....
Hartwell. Chambers Cliarles de Ruvter....
A Sedberry........ 40 H. Loeb A Co.'........
Juan Garcia y Mora... 5 Jose Uarcia y Bovias.
S. Cambon............60 Spotorno____
M. Veuil'et
John Wendling A Co..
Bourdier A Belissein...
L. Basset..............
A. Vignes..............
H. J. Rivet............
A. Poiuc.v A Son.......
E. F. Mioton.....
Ay mar A Co
Paul Laplauche._____20
1 J. Teissier...... . ..... 1
2 Marx Israel........... 15
5 J. Gebelin............. 2
.. 1 Theodore Lanaux____30
.. 2 Stewart A Fixer...... 80
.. 20 D. Blum, Sterne A Co. 60
.. 30 K. Roger A Co......... 10
.. 30 Jlureheedt A Bieo
DeBlanc A Beer.......60 venu.............. 10
M. Stunipf............10 Hofl'iuan, Marks A Co. 60
Geo.McGilibon ACo.. 15 J. Aldige..............80
Hermann. Hertz A Co. 20 H. Gaily.............. 15
Cte. Carlos.
B. Blardoue..........
J. F. Barthelemy____
Theqpliile Gollaiu...
J. B; Piguiola........
John L. Sterry.......
A. Gertron A Co..
Wallace A Co.
60 J. W. Sheerer A Co.
10 Bouligny A Esclapon. 60
2 L. McCarthy ......... 10
5 F. Schexnailder......10
5 A. Dumestre.......... 3
5 O'Neill A Gleason.... 20
60 L. Oex................ 1
Katz A Barnett......65
F. E. Bernard........20 Amedqe Couturie..... 20
Mrs. E. Puech.....
John Stumpf.........
McStea A Value......
Bogel Brothers.......
Alcus, Scherck A Alt
tey...............
Angelo Lanata.......
E. it Convtcte A Co ..
E. L. E. Bonnet
1 L. Beer____
John Zahn............
John Henry A Co.....
N. M. Meuachi........
P. S. Wittz............
Ant. Lanata..........
Avendano Brothers..
Bornio A Brother____
G. W. Bancker.
60
Christ ian A Hyatt..... 15 C. B. Block A <'o
LouisKuch............ Ih Ball, Lyons A Co......70
Stewart A McCarthy.. 30 Everett, Laue ACo.. 60
K. Batlalora. .*........ 15 F. G. A C. W. Barrie re 50
C. Couteux............ 20 O. H. Andree......... 1
Brown, Hyde A Co.... 10 Brown A Tureman .. 5
Block, Brittin A Co.... 30 J. B. Couret.......... 10
George W. Byrne......25 M. Brocket........... 30
John Breen............ 10 J. T. Belknap......... 20
V. Morano............. 2 Coni mage re A Lam
Madame Veuve X. bert..........■.____ 10
Lambert........*. 1 V. Maignsn A F. La
N. Barrels............. 5 borde............. 20
P. Rideau.............. 3 P. E. Brulatour.......25
Mummy, Schroeder A Joseph Brugere...... 10
Co.................100 Gates A Hodges......20
Thomas M. Converse U. Marinoui..........60
A Son.............. 40 J. Leisy...............60
P. N. Canton.......-... 1 K. F. Golsan A Co.... 20
Blanrand A Gnitet.... 60 Pio Marzoui.......... 2
J. R. Waterman....... 20 Charles Raymond____ 5
P. Cusachs........... 20 Eugene Toiirue....... 3
Simon Loeb A Joseph 15 Charles J. Ledig.......60
Amedee Pans....... 1 Hays. Tnustall A Co.. 25
S. Becker.......,..... 2 K. Descliamps........20
W. R. Beil............. 2 Henry Boeglin........ 1
E. Kichellierger.......30 Clark A Meuder...... 10
Demeritt A Dihrell... 40 J. B. Flotte........... 4
J. Bcthancourt....... 10 Kst. B. Baylii......... 7
A. Bay hi.............. 3 Perret A Frere........ 2
John *Weudling....... 3 Chs, dt* Monsabert... 2
J. B. Solari............ 20 A. Barraud.......... 5
J. Aicard.............. 1 W. Van Norden....... 25
Van Norden A Co.....25 Nle. Bienvenu........ 3
M. Aronsteiu.......... 10 E. Bordelois..........60
William L. Cushing... 20 Armaud J. Doize...... 2
L. Mini rose........... 2
Cliauvin, Levuis A Co. \t
John G. Mon rose.
Thomas C. l'orteus.
M. A. de Lizardi......60 Th. Morano.......... 2
David Stewart........ 2 L. Deloclie
JolraBietry.,......... 5 F. Brion.............
F. Melieour Bienvenu 10 Pierre Canteron.....
Brodnax A Campbell. 20 Christian Stumpf____
10
de L. Fitzgerald.
J. N. Cliarbonnet.....
V. Perilliat............
k. Coutin......
E. Monteuse.......... 15
A. Alciafor............ 4
William Braun.....*.. 2
Beraud A Gibert....... 30
Neill Bros. A Co......30 George Alces...i
John H. Bruns........ 2 J. M. Cartier..........
J. B. Rossi............ 2 J. Barre...............
Bradshaw, Rountree Mrs. K Eulalie Le
A Co...:............ 15 Blanc...............
J. Bloom A Co......... 10 E. T. • Bernard........
D. L. Campbell A Co.. 20 Mrs. Emilie Hoa......
E. Bermudez.......... 4 A. Bonnet.............
A. Griffo.............. 1 N. H. Baumgarden____
P. V. Bernard......... 5 J. B. Cantors A Co.....i
Bostick A Seymour.. 20 A. Camors.............
A. Camors A Biller- A. Camors A Gros
man ................ 3 chy.................
F. B. Bernard......... 1 Manuel Payro........
8. Stafford A Co.......20 C. J. Leveqiie.........
Louis Stern A Bros... 50 Lawrance A Hebrsrrd
OehmichenA Pothier 60 B. Riehl...............
J. A. Blaffer........... 25 Jos. Macheca.:.......
William Creevy.......25 J. Viliarrubia A Co____
' ~ 8 A. Tesson.............
>0 Cappel A Curry.......
1 J.<5. Muse.............
1 Chs. Esp
J. Jeanneaud A Co.
A. A. Mouton.........
Eugene Gauthier.....
P. B. Roy ACo........
Norman A Beiss......
Lapene A Ferre......
0.18. Saloshin......
B. A H. Dreyfus......
Th. Chauviere.......
Jayne Magi.....
Dr. E. B. Marmill
lillion
J. C. Denis..........
A. N. Tourne.......
G. (javie............
Herriman A Cliesse.
Jac. Newhsuser____
William J. Sheldon.
Lion A Pm sard....... 5
J. B. Knight*........ 10
J. Buhler............. 2
Widow F. B. LeBeau. 4
Puig Brothers........60
Mrs. C. G. Southmayd 1
Joseph B. Lassaux... 1
Edward Lillientbal. 2
Pace, Peel It Mono.. 60
L. Uter............... ]o
J. Mandin............. 3
E. Jaufroid........... 10
L. Valina............. i
Fernandes y Villa. 20
K. Villa....:..... 5
C. Llvandaia..i
Serin A Genrdain.. . f
"Site*.;
l- Chs. Kspenan......... 40
20 HenryTete............60
30 U. Laroutsini......... 10
5 J. Dreyfus.............20
20 A. C. Tremoulet....... 2d
5 T. A8. Henderson.... 60
20 Lafitte, DufilhoACo.. 60
10 K. Troisgros...........60
20 Jul. Loeffler........... 3
2 Henry Bnty........... 60
5 Julea P. Zatarain..... 4
2 Qneyrouze A Buis.....20
10 Chaffraix A Agar......50
10 Charles Will.......... 5
5 C. Kouyer......... 3
10 George Ulmer......... 2
2 Levi Wolf A Co....... 15
4 Louis B. LeBeau...... 1
60 J. Sense............... 3
1 F. Surniel.v, Jr........ 2
1 Forcheimer A Haber.. 60
JacobG.aaenheim..... 5
H. Lsbasse............ 8
Mever Weill__________ 10
F. Lacroix.............60
J. Segassie............ 2
Peltou a Dnabar.....: M
Manuel Fernandes— 5
Slocfimb, Baldwin k
Ce....,.........38
James M. Walsh...... S
1
, 4
to
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Anastas!
B. Pablo...
Dam* A Berry......
B. J. Hart A Co.______
Edmond Bourgeois.
Payee A Ce...........
McNael? A Milkani
xmSm...:~;
William L. Le Be*....
One. A. Breaux........
Orangnard A Schata
*
Berry A William*'3
Mrs. Marie Kourdette *5 C. FlaetoriTIt?
Saraael jB. ihumwsy.. 5
Paul J. Christian...... 5
O. W. Dunbar A Son.. W
A Socola ........... 23
Thomas-Ong.... ..... i
O. A. Lanaux .......... 3
IaAJ.WcU........... 5
8. Hermann...........40
AFneich......... 3
J. Jaeub Burkhardt..
H. K. Woodbouse____
D. W. Barnes
Paul Eatebea.
J. C. de Latnoriniere..
W 8 . Wolff t Co..........
23 F. J. Ouiroo............
1 J. L. Ceuret...........26
3 B. K. Converse. Presi
5 dent N. O. W. A 8 .
40 £ompany............
3 Charles TrouiUy......
2- F. Aufeukolk..........
10 Lehman A Beer.......
„ „ 2 Hirteh A Adler........30
B. ■- Mesne LeBreton 3 N. Jordy...............
J. A. Fernandez. .....IS Mrs. L. Gallo*.........
Frank Roder......:... 5 FrankM. Hall.........
Samuel Snodgrass____ 10 George Wigg..........
Hadden, Overton A B. Goldenbwg........
Burch................15 Webster A Co.........10
F. B. Fleitas........; „ 20 J. P Higgins A Co....
P. Macon.............. 5 J. Maristany A Co...
Levi A Navra......... 10 Woods, Matthews A Go
Gilbert Degeorge..... 4 A. Degeorge____
Delgado A Co......... 15 M. HUler A Co........
Mrs. 8 . Biller......... 2 Chas. F. Johnson A Co
J. B. Vanhorn A Co... 60 Bugene Fleehe........
D. Dottle A Co........60 P. K. Hiitrel...........
J. B. Collie........... 10 J. Davidson Hill.......
Joseph Keller......... 20 Kern A Fellman.......
Payne, Dameron A Co 60 J. H. Chipot...........
B. Weil and Mathias A. Houston............
Emile Lefraiic*1 >Vmia*u's^uperti A Co 25
L H. Jansen...
C. M. Taney.......
Pretaprich A Co..
B. M. Howell A Co
Allied Kearny.....
Thomas Pickles...
G. Duuny..........
Hugo Reawitz......... 4 Chs. Vatinel__________
Letteu........... 1 L. Miebarlis..........
Louis Schwabacber... 5 8 . Kscoffier...........
B. Jaliraus............ 1 M. Hte. Lopez........
Llaiubiaa A Duckter... 20 J. H. Martinstein....
10
10 R.L. Walker.
. 10 Wallace Wood.......
.25 Edward A. O'Brien...
.100 H. AC. Tyler.........
. 5 Jonas Pickles........
. 4 Shropshire Brothers.. 25
K. W. Rodd A Sons
20
Michael J. Farrell____
B. Piftet...............
.20 P. L. Lainotlie........
. 3 Jacob Dreyfus........
. 2 Feiber A Gonaenheim
. 30 William Iserman.....
. 2 F. Mack...............
1 Pablo ACo............
. 10 John O'Donnell.......
. 10 Auatole Leauinont...
20 Simon Baum..........
Dque. O. Mercier____10
5 George Brandt.......
5 J. Moulton............
2 Dupre, Reine A Co...
M. Morano........
Alex. Hill..........
Mrs. C. Piffet.......
F. Caspar...........
David Troutman...
Gueble A N ppert..
Vincent Micas.....
Thomas McIntyre.
LlRose.............
Bernard Moses......
Gus. Winehill......
Constant Hear
ing.................
F. Meunier............
C. E. de Verges.......
S. L. Destez........... 10 A. Graugna ...... _
L. Moulor............. 10 MoulorA Dumestre.. 10
IF. Buchanan..........
1 John Kocclii..........
3 J. V. Chaery..........
6 ariuand Pitot........
10 M. Meilleur...........
2 Widow Rochefort____
4 Theodore Lillientbal..
2 Charles Scheftel......
1 H. Rolfs..............
1 B. Samuel.............
2 Leon Godchanx......40
. 3 J. Gourdou..........
.100 J.T. Desgrais.......
1 Alfred Cornu A Bro
. 10 . John Hughes........
. 2 L. Bodenheimer____
. 2 Joseph Seherrr.....
. 5 J. Laugh s...........
1 Pony a Bey.........
. 1 J. Strauss...........
. 10 Jacoli Wending
Q f Tlamin ioiiu Plow,
J. H. Lei
Aug. Stu
Pe
9 'Dominique Claverie. 1
1 J. Levy............... 5
2 Lazaro Parody......... 5
5 Louis Mestier......... 5
5 BePecoul............. 5
5 A. Rochereau A Co____60
5 Louis fitalir............ 4
2 J. B. Franck/..,....... 2
5 Jules Samuel.......... 3
2 John T. Moore A Co... 60
5 J. T. Gihlmns A Co____ 10
1 J. M. Soubitao........ 4
2 Henry Levy.......... 4
1 R. Marx............... 5
4 E. Negro.............. 1
3 James F. Giffen....... 20
1 Joseph M. Dominguez 5
10 J. B. Vinet............ 1
20 Mathias Levy......... 5
10 J. H. Thierry.......... 3
1 Saninel Locke........ 2«
1 D. Dnrac.............. 2
3 Mrs. Anna Sarou...... 3
10 J. Lavigue............. 4
1 B. Beaubay........... 1
1 M. Legeai............. 2
1 D. Tureaud........... 5
Vve. C. Vignaud......
Bordelon A Co........
L. Le«n Bernard......
John L. Sporl.........
Charles T. Howard...
A. Villermin..........
N. Frechou...........
Duriau A Ricaud.....
Joseph Batt..........
C. Wunderberg.......
Claudius Gouzy......
B. Stille...............
Fatjo, Mifrks A Co.
~1. Gast..............
Gordon A Gomila.....
J. P. 'Crouere.........
Paulin Durel.....?
Frank Hener, agent..
M. Santana-............
J. M. Labat............
G. Wolfe A Co........
Henry Larguie........
F. T. Royer............
H. Spitzfaden.........
'rir........-•••
uart............
'ecoul.............
A. Simon..............
Charles Turpin.......
A. GaleppL...........
Edward 8. Andler____
J. McCaff rey A Co____
Xavier Layrissou.....
George Auer A Co____
Henry Deriaz..........
F_ Schumacher.......
F. Formento..........
H. P. Simon..........
Duhainel...........
A. B. Seelye..........
W. F. Hudson........
G. Soules.............
Jean Caillat..........
Sam. Gugenlieini.....
Th. Moreau...........
Dupont............
F. Coquet............
A. Willoz.............
Tureuud A Malus.....
F. Bardeau...........
George Eise..........
John Phelps A Co....
N. Trepagnier........
Otto Briede............
Urban Theurer.......
A. Gautier............
F. T. Randon..........
N. J. Esteva..........
A. K. Bienvenu........
Paul Ksteben, Pres't..
John Franck..........
J. Beaufort............
Victor here............
10
Jean Lestrem....... .
1
1
H. K Frank**.........
2
7
F. Thomas............
5
50
1
E. Napia*..............
P. Gravels............
5
1
5
J. H. Ashbridge k Co
10
3
H. Baylii..............
Jean Perat............
2
2
1
3
P. Schneider..........
a
1
If. Glrmaun..........
3
in
M. Nswlal..............
1
5
Cliurle* Lob..........
15
5
Loin* Ballc*..........
2
2
J. B. Magnard......
2
.5
J. M. Latl'erandt
Pascal A Ilsley........
George Gessner.......
George Purves........
C. Donelly.............
IV, P. Creevy.......... 1
J. O. McLean..........
J. Laruiqnet...........
P. H. Monsseaux......
W. D. Smith...........
H. Pinard..............
J. Kuhner.............
J. Baumann...........
V. A N. Riviere........
Paul Berge............
K. R. Tunbio..........
Moses Lobe A Co.....
G. de Ferict.........
W. Maylie.......
E C. Wagner....
Jean Despaax...
Leon Redon......
Jacob G all......
T. Villa..........
CharlesE. Deal..
J. B. Socola......
N. Augustin.....i
Johu Newman...
D. Sabathe.......
F. Barba.............. 10 M. O. Trtic.v.......
G. Wendliug..........
G. Hildcrbrand.......
Louis Lirini...........
C. Springer...........
D. llavezae............
L. II. Garduer A Co .
John Crosby..........
J. Bouvet.............
Arthur Fortier.......
K. Maugiu.............
A. Wagatha...........
J. B. Trescayes.. i____
E. Surgi.............
M. R. Fernandez......
A. Roiwset............
J. G F^sclibacher.....
Kst. of J. C. Peyregne
Jean Peyregne.......
F. G. Randolph.......
J. L. Davies...........
E. M. Rusiia..........
J. Gugenlusim........
V. Baiousse............
Roder A Lamothe.....
E. E. Mougin..........
A. Carratero..........
J. Trisconi............
P. McCann............
P. Avegno............
Paul Mack............
Adam Schmitt........
E. Laurence..........
Ed. Eluhardt.........
A. T. Benndtt A Co...
A. W. Brown..........
A. Delavigne..........
G. Jaquet.............
S. P. Soule
.
10
i
George Gaioper......
B. Saloy..............
3
5
10
1
O. M. Kedou..........
Sam Henderson......
3
1
• 1
L. GamotU...........
3
3
M. H. Hyman........*
5
1
C. Lindauer..........
2
5
R. de Armas..........
1
1
E. Ma*queic..........
1
20
1
C. dlwanu...........
A. E. Dupus.........
5
I
1
N. Blank.............
1
5
M. Wendliug.........
1
1
A. H. Verret..........
2
3
M. Maun..............
15
2
Joseph Vijxo...........
5
5
James T. Pace........
10
5
F. l-arradet...........
2
2
D. Wlllbauscu........
2
10
Jose y B. Puig........ 1
George W. Roper..... 1
F. Michel............. 1
J. Tratot.............. 3
A. Warner............ 4
Mis. J. Tardos........ 5
J. Trigola............. 2
J. A. Souuner......... 1»
10 D. Dantagiian......... 1
1 Samuel Jamison
1
J. P. Surruzin..........20
2 G. Lanaux............ 2
2 H. F'. Sturckrn........ 15
3 G. Bonuecarrere...... 2
1 G. Benderuagel....... 2
60 Jolm Friedrich........ 5
5 A. lluuerier........:.. 10
5 T. 11 . Vanhorn
1 A. F. Vincent.
5 ilsear Robin.......... 5
1 P. G. Gibert........... 10
5 K H. Corkery.........
1 J. Michael............
10 J. F. Brand...........
10 J. Caste)..............
3 J. A. Fanning..........
2 B. Serrat.......:......
1 Widow St. Alexandre
1 Eugene Roevens......
) George Slerz..........
1 Odd Fellows Hall As
10 sociatiou.............
2 Joseph Schwartz.....
10 John Pasley..........
5 F. Aliadie.............
5 Trisconi A Maire.....
1 B. Aliadie.............
1 D. D'Huari............
5 P. T. Turberg.........
1 A. Dumont............
2 A. V. Remain.........
5 K.C. Rulh............. 3
2 George Writ____
5 Florence Pfister
1 Dr. O. Anfoux..
5 G. Jaquet A Co....... 15
15 Edward 8. Wiirzbnr
gec
A. Thomson A Co.....50 F. Obcrheuser.
O. H. Cartsendieck
A. Wheeless.........
R. S. Venables.......
Thomas Schorr......
A. Dnlion............
Mummy,Lilting A Co.
in liquidation....
H. Gieson............
J. C. Donovan........
A. Vacearo...........
L. Garnier............
H. A. Weber.........
Joseph Santini.......
J. Toranelli...........
R. Delord.............
F. Seguin.............
R. Lorio..............
M. di Gregorio.......
Joseph. Wilhelm......
J. E. Perat............
V. Oeebsner..........
Lafayette Insurance
Company.
Total.,......
'G. Grande____
2 A. Docurro____
10 F. Fornaris____
40 F. Avegno......I.____
1 M. Dowling....... . . . 4
Paul Duval........
60 Charles E. Fortier
2 L. A M Haas..........in
5 J. David.............. 5
5 Orleans Oil Manutact
3 uring Company... 10
1 C. Layard........ .... "
3 (!. Hirsch............
1 Joseph W. Pearce____
3 P. Castaiug A B. La
1 porte.............
1 A. Lamard ..........
10 Keep A Hogan........
1 Sorre A Neyrey.......
2 F. Fries...............
I D. Oeebsner..........
Widow J. J. BonalTe..
30 _
............................9535
And the above named appearers farther requested
me, tbe undersigned notary, to receive the above
registered instrument on deposit, to be and remain
among my notarial records, to serve for reference
in case of need hereafter. Which said above reg
istered instrument I have accordingly, tn pursu
ance of the request aforesaid, annexed to these pres
ents as part of my said records, to remain perma
nently deposited therewith, having first marked
ne varietur, and countersigned the said above reg
istered instrument to more effectually identify the
same herewith.
Thus done and passed at New Orleans, in ray
office, the day, month and year fiist above written,
in the presence of Messrs. Armaud Pitot, Jr., and
Edgar Pitot, competent witnesses, who nave
signed these presents with tbe said appearers and
me notary, after reading the whole.
Original signed: C. CAVAROC,
JOHN BOLE/
U. MAUHOm,
ANT. LANATi,
• F. -----
Mm ORLEANS nSOTUNCB AMOOtATION.
As amen de d by art ef P eeemher I, OT. and ma
■part thereof by wRnenini.
Uarrmo Bcatbs on Aannics,
| ttftt$ tf
Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans.
Be it known, that an' thin seventh day of the
month of August, in the year of onr L rd one
t hen se nd eight hundred and a|xty-nine, and of the
independence of tne United States of America the
ninety-fourth, before me, Gustave Le Gardeur, Jr.,
a notary nubile, duly commissioned and sworn, in
and lor Aha pariah and eity aforesa'd, therein
residing, and in the presence of the witnesses
hereinafter named and undersigned, personally
came and appeared the persons hereinafter named
nndnnderefgned, who severally declare that the;
do, by these presents, form among themselves am
such others as may become associated with them
by enbscnptlou, purchase, transfer or succession, 1
corporation, under the general laws of this State,
providing for the organisation of corporations, and
have agreed, upon the following stipulations, to
govern the name as the charter of the said corpora
tion : r
, ARTICLE I.
\* The domicile of this corporation is hereby estab
lisbed in the said city of New'Orleans, and it shall
and known under the name of the
"NEW ORLEANS INSURANCE ASSOCIATION."
2 . It shall commence bnsiuesa ou or about the
fifteenth of Beptoiuber, 1869, and shall exist for
twenty-five yean from the date of tliia charter
unless its affairs should be sooner liquidated and
settled up by order of two-thirds of the stock
holders.
3. The President, or in bis absenre tbe Secretary,
shan be the proper officer upon » hum to serve cita
tions in all sultsagainst the associa ion.
ARTICLE II.
Tlie objects and purpose* of this association are
declared to be:
1. To make insurance on dwelling bouses, stores
and other buildings, household furniture, nier
chandite and other property against loss or dam
age by fire.
2. To make marine and river insurance upon ves
sels, freights, steamboats, goods, wares, mer
chandise, specie, bullions, bills of exchange, coin
m salons, profits, bank notes aud other evidence of
debt, bottomry and respondentia interests, and to
make all ami every insurance appertaining to or
connected with marine or inland transportation
risks.
3. To coime themselves to be reimbursed against
any risk upon which thby have made or shall make
insurance.
^ ARTICLE IIL
1. The capital stock of this association is hereby
fixed at five hundred thousand dollars, with the
S ri vilege of increasing it to one million of dollars,
ivided'iuto shan s of one hundred dollars each, to
be paid lOr at the time and .in the manner herein*
afterprovided for in article four of this charter.
2 . Tne association may commence business as
soon as three bundled thousand dollars shall have
been subscribed, but each fiscal year shall end on
December 31, the first fiscal rear to end on the
thirty-first of December,4870.
3. Transfers of stocks shall be made on the books
of tbe association at its office, iu tbe city of New
Orleuis only, but not while any indebtedness to
jtiie association exists on the part of the bolder;
provided said transfers have been approved by the
Board of Directors.
ARTICLE IV.
1. All persons who have subscribed, or may lie re
after subscribe to the capital stock of this associa
tion, shall Turnieh their note for the amount of
their shares, payable ou tlie thirty-first of Decem
ber, 1871.
2. Tlie notes furnished, as shore provided for,
shall be reduced by a credit thereon of the net
profits made by the association in the first aud
second year, pro rata to the amount of earned pi
miums that shall have been paid during that til
by each stockholder. '
3. At the maturity of said notes, if the net profits
of the association for tbe first and second year have
not extinguished the said notes, the stockholders
shall pay the balance due thereon.
4. The non-payment of the balance dne on the
said notes, as above provided for, shall forfeit the
entire stuck to the association, together with all
accumulation thereon and all iuterest or benefits
thereunto belonging; provided that the Board of
Directors may extend said payments for such time
as they deem proper; provided also the stock so
forfeited may be transferred with the consent of
the board of directors.
5. No stockholder shall, in any event, be made
liable for tbe losses of the association iu any larger
sums than tbe amount of bia, her or tlieir siilwenp
tiou to tlie capital, stock, and his, her*r tlieir in
debtedness to the association.
ARTICLE V.
1. All premiums shall be dne and payable cash at
the end of each month. ,
2. Any losses or baianee due on losses sustained
by t^e association at the beginning of its opei
tioiis, aud when tbe association shall not have
sufficient funds to cover the same, shall be paid
pro rata by the stockholders.
All parties wishing to insure with the associa
tion shall subscribe to the capital stock thereof,
and become stockholder of tlie association; pro
vided, however, that by aud with the advice and
consent of a special committee appointed for that
purpose by tlie Board of Directors, or upon the re
commendation of two or more of the stockholders,
risks may he taken from others than the stockhold
ers, and such parties insuring will become entitled
to sui h i chute as may he , stabliehed from time to
time by the Board ot Directors.
ARTICLE VI..
1. Within the month of January, 1871 aud 1872,
the president shall cause tube made a statement
of the net profits of the association, aud shall*
cause the same to be published in at least two of
the city papers .for one month, together with a
statement of tlie assets of the association, dis
tinguishing the portion of same which is cast! and
the tiortion thereof invested in securities and the
nature thereof. This publication shall he «nade
under oath of the president and secretary, and
shall be conclusive aud binding upon all persons
interested.
2. The annual statement, to be made in January,
1871 aud 1872 as above provided for, shall be made
up to December 31 preceding, inclusive, iu tlie fol
lowing manner, to wit: 1. Showing the amount of
premiums received ou fire, river and marine risks,
each, deducting therefrom ti e amount of same
nut terniinHteiL 2. Showing the amount of losses
paid ou fire,river and marine risks, each, and rein
surance, return premiums. 3. Showing the inter
est ou the portion of the capital invested.
• ARTICLE VII.
1. From and after the beginning of the third
year, the stockholders shall pay no premiums on
the insurances effected by them.
2. But in the year U72, and in each and every
year following, within the months of April, July,
October and January, the President shall cause to
be.made a statement of the losses aud expenses of
the association, to which shall be added two aud a
half per cent profits paid to tlie stoekholders, on
their stock paid in full or on such part th> reof that
shall have b> en paid, and the amount thus formed
shall be paid pro rata by tbe parties insuring on
the earned premiums of the sums insured.
3. T(ie statement to be made within the months
of April, July, October and January, as above pro
vided for, shall be made to the thirty-first of
Mareli, thirtieth of June, thirtieth of eepteuiber
and thirty-first of December preceding, inclusive,
aud shall be published as above proivfied for in
section one of Article six.for the annual statements
to be made in January, 1871 anil 1872.
ARTICLE VIII.
1. All tlie powers of the association shall be ex
ercised by a Board of Directors to consist of twelve
persons, five of whom shall form a quorum for
the transaction of business.
2 . Tbe first election of directors of tlie associa
tion shall be 1 eld on the fourth Monday of Decem
ber, 1870, and thereafter on the said day iu each
year, at such place in the city of New Orleans as
the Board of Directors shall designate, of which
the president shall cause at least fifteen days' pre
vious notice to he given in two of the public
newspapers printed in said city. The Board of Di
rectors shall appoint three of tbe stockholders of
the association inspectors to preside at such elec
tions; aud it any of the said inspectors decline or
fail to attend, the president may appoint others
to till such vacancies.
3. The Board of Directors thus elected are to
take their seate on the first Monday in January
after the election, and to hold the same one year
therefrom until others are elected in their stead.
4. Those persons receiving a plurality of votes
shall lie considered duly elected. In the event of
no election taking place ou the day aforesaid, the
president shall cause another election to take
place within ten days thereafter, and give notice
of the same by advertisement in one or more of
the nubile newspapers published in this city.
5. Tlie Board of Directors shall annually, at their
first meeting, elect a president who shall, on his
rlection, be ex-officio member of the Board of Di
rectors, and who shall hold his office until his suc
cessor is elected and qualified. Tlie President
shall preside at all meetings of tbe Board of Di
rectors and at the meetings of the stockholders of
the association, and shall sonduct the business of
the association generally under the supervision of
the Board of Directors.
6 . In the absence of the president, the Board of
Directors shan elect one of their members to
act in tlie place and stead of said president during
bis absence. The Board of Directors shall also ap
point all the other officers and clerks of the asso
ciation.
7. The Board of Directors shall fix the compen
sation of all officers and clerks employed or elected
by said association.
8 . They shall invest the profits of the association
aa hereinafter provided for. They shall have
power to adopt such- by-laws as they may deem
necessary and convenient for the government aud
regulation of the association, not contrary to the
charter or the aqts of the Legislature of this State
providing for the organization and regulations of
corporations.
9. Bach aud every stockholder shall he entitled
at elections, either in person or by proxy, to one
vote on each and every share of the capital stock
which he, she or they may respectively hold, but
not to vote on any stock to him, her or them trans
ferred within three month* prior to said election.
ARTICLE IX
1. It shall be lawful for tbe Board of Directors to
invest the capital stock and other moneys of the
association iu bonds and mortgages on real estate
in the parishes of Orleans and Jefferson. They may
also invest tbe capital stock and other cosh funds
of tho association in any bonds or stocks created bv
or under too laws of the United States, of this
State, or of eorpnattona, of'this State, or toon its
funds on pledge of any of tto aforesaid securities,
bondioritoeki. '
2. It shall to lawful for the Board sf Directors to
^J^on^^^toTSST 4 ^
ARTICLE X
ma
of the
one
of the
the
Jr.,
in
therein
witnesses
named
the;
am
them
1
State,
and
to
corpora
r
estab
shall
the
the
for
charter
and
stock
cita
are
stores
nier
dam
ves
mer
coin
of
to
to or
against
make
hereby
the
dollars,
to
herein*
as
have
on
the
books
New
to
bolder;
the
re
of
for,
net
aud
pi
til
profits
have
the
the
all
of
time
so
of
made
larger
in
at
have
paid
the
Bee,tto
LBOB HAAS, 'JX,
lar r,
ABTICLB XL
At tto sxptratisli sf the charter sc teener, if or
ders* by two-thirds of the votes of tto steek
boldera, tto sflaira at tto sssoEfotita shall to
liqaidatod under tto charge and supervision
three commissioner* appointed ter tto last Board
of Dirseton, aad who toad exercise all tto corpor
ate powers sod funetiona necessary for too aeitle
mont aad liquidation of tto affair# of tho
ABTICLB XII.
This act of incorporation can to altered aad
amended by a vote of two-thiids of tho capital
represented at any general meeting of t
stockholders, called for that purpose.
Done and passed at Hew Orleaus, iu my offl
day, month and year first above writtA, in the
presence or Armaud Pitot, Jr., and Edgar Pitot,
competent witnesses, who have signed with said
subscribers and me, notary.
Original signed:
C. CAVAROC.
• OEMICHKN k POTHIER.
8 . GAMBON.
U. MAKINuNI.
Ml'MMV. LULING k CO.
a . L. M. AVENDANO.
* ANT. LANATA.
D. BLUM.
FRANK k CO.
A. POINCY k SON.
EDGAR PITOT.
• A. PITOT, JR.
A true copy:
G. LE GABDEUR, JR..
Notary Public.
I, the undersigned. Deputy Recorder of Mort
gages for tlie city and parish ot Orleuns, State ol
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the act of incor
poration of the New Orleaus Insurance Association
was duly recorded this day, in B. S. No. 7, fo. 336, of
this office, according to law.
C. DARCANTEL, Deputy.
New Orleans, August 7,1869.
I, the undersigned, Deputy Recorder of Mort
gages for the city and parish of Orleans, State of
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the act of amend
ment is duly recorded in this office this day, in B.
8 . No. 7, foe. 333 to. 338, inclusive.
C. DARCANTEL, Deputy.
New Orleans, December 1, 1870.
I, the undersigned, Recorder of Mortgages for
this parish, do hereby certify that the foregoing
act of deposit and charter of tne New Orleaus
Mutual Insurance Association were this day duly
recorded iu this office in B. s. No 8 . fo. 323, ct seq.
C. DARCANTEL, Deputv.
New Orleans, April 17,1871. ap2030t
SHERIFFS SALES.
LalUe, Dufllho de Cm . vs. Jacob Zoelly—
Firm District court fur tne psnsh of Orleans!
No. 240L *
B T VIRTUE OF A WRIT OP SEIZURE AND 8Al1|
to me directed by the Honorable the Fifth
District Court for tlie" parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause, 1 will proceed to sell at
iblic auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
[change, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in tbe Second District of this
city, on SATURDAY, Mav 13,1871, at twelve o'clock
M., the following described property, to wit—
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated on the
northwest corner of Magtxiue and Delord streets,
ia tlie First Listri- t of this city, and measuring
about si 1 tv-nine feet five inches and three lines
front < n Magazine street, by a depth of about one
hundred and twenty-three f. et ten inches and five
lines fronting
depth being
'"le '
lg on Delord street, both front and
An trican measure, and the right and
title to au alley fronting ou Iu lord street, and in
the rear of and'adjacent to said lot, which alley
has a front of four feet on Delord street and run
ning in the rear to the exclusive line 01 the prop
erty, now or lately owned bv J. A. Maybin, Imme
diately adjacent to tbe above described lot of
ground, or about sixty-nine feet five inches and
three 'lnes in depth from Delord street, both said
depth end front being American measure •
X. A GEKT4IN STRIP UR PORTION OF GROUND,
s'tnated in the square bounded by Magazine,
Delord, Camp and Nt. Joseph streets, measuring
six and a half inches front on Magazine street, liy
a depth of forty-eight feet between jiarnllel lines.
3. All aud singular the buildings and improve
ments on said lot and si rip of ground, and all the
machinery, engine aud installations therein con
tained The first lot of ground was acquired by
said Zoelly by purchase from M. Taeon and tlie heirs
of Mrs. H. Hewes.by act passed before H. B. Ceuaf,
late a notary public iu tnis c.ty, on the twenty
third May, 1853. And tbe strip of ground secondly
described was acquired by said Zoelly by purchase
from J. A. Maybin, by act passed before said Ceiias,
late notary public, on the fourteenth day cf March,
1857.
Netzed in the abeve suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. 8AUVTNET,
C. 8. 8AUVTNET,
apIJ 28 my!3 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
State ot l.sshlam vs. Henry N. Selfcrecht—
Third District Court for the parish ot Orleans,
No. 13,512.
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS
me directed by the Honorable the Third
District Court for the parish of Orleans, intheabove
entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal aad Cus
tomhouse streets. In the SecondTJiafrict of this city,
on MONDAY, May 1. 1371, at twelve o'clock Jf.,
the following described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated
the First District of this city, in square No. 180,
bounded by 8 t. Charles, St. iiarv. Girod and Julia
streets, and measuring twenty-three feet two
inches front on St. Cliailes street, by one hundred
and fifty feet in depth.
Seized in the above amt.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8 . SAUVINET.
mli30 apl5 30 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Lnfltte, Dafilho ft Co. va. Joseph Jouet—
Fourth District Court for Jhe parish of Orleans.
No. 25,171.
B y virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
to me directed by the Honorable the Fourth LiaJ
triet Court for tto pariah of Orleans, in tne above
entitled cause, I will proceed to cell at public auc
tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse
streets, in the Second District of this city, on MON*
DAY, May 22, 1871. at twelve o'clock M., the
following described propertv. to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with
the buildings and improvements thereon and ap
; mrf enances thereof, situated ' in the Second Dis
i rict of this city, in tlie square bounded bv Bouk
bon, Toulouse. Royal and St. Louis streets, having,
French measure, thirty feet front on Toulouse
street by a depth of oue hundred and seventeen
feet, or more, if any, bounded on one sideby property
of tbe Consolidated Bank and on the other side by
uoperty heretofore belonging to Widow Ursin
in re), wbicli siad property was acquired by defend
ant by purchase troni the estate of the late B.
Beauprey per act pissed before Octave I>e Armas,
notary public in this city, on tlio eighth of July,
1854.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C 8 SAUVINET
ap20 roy5 21 Sheriff of the Pariah ot Orleans.
The Louisiana National Bank vs. tbe Mer
chants' Exchange Company of New Orleans
Seventh Distric t Court lor the parish of Orleans,
No. 8544.
B y virtub of a writ of fieri facias
to me directed bv the honorable the Seventh
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pub
lic suction, ou tlie premises hereinafter designated,
on TUESDAY. May 2, 1871, at balf-past ten o'clock
'. M., the following described property, to wit—
ALL THE FURNITURE AND MOVABLE EFFECT
contained in the premises leased, situated at Nos.
120 and 122 Common street, over the bank, in the
First District ot this city, as per inventory, which
may be seen in m.v office.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash ou the spot.
C. 8 . SAUVINET,
ap20 25 m>2 Sheriff of tlie Parish of Orleans.
State - of Louisiana vs. £. LeKros—
Third District Court for the parish of Orleans.
No. 13.412.
B y virtue of a writ OF fieri FACIAS
to me directed by the Honorable tbe Third
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, at the Meiehants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, on SATURDAY, May 13, 1871, at twelve o'clock
'7., the following dbseribed property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROllND. with all the
buildings aud improvements thereon, situated in
the Secono District of this city, in square No. 255,
bounded by Calliope, Baronne, Dryades streets and
Triton walk, measuring thirty-one feet front on
Calliope street by one hundred and ninety-three
fret in depth.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on tlie spot.
„ „ _ C. S. SAUVINET,
ap!2 my2 13 Sheriff of tho Parish of Orleans.
Ba,
Matilda Delorme vo. Thomas W. Wallace
Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans,
No. 25,089. /
VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND
sale to me directed by the Honorable the Fourth
District Court for the Pariah of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Bx
cflange, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city,
on SATURDAY, April 29.1871, at twelve o'clock M..
the following described property, to wit—
_ THREE LOTS OF GROUND, together with tto
brandings and improvements thereon, Hie rights,
ways, privilege* and se^tedea thereof, attested
in {he Second District of this city, designated by
the numbers five, six, seven of square number
thirty-one, hounded by Orleans Second, St. Ann
and Lopes streets, on a plan by F. N. Tourne,
architect, dated February 15,1888, and deposited in
tto office of A. & Bienvenu, notary public in this
city, aa plan number seventy-two. Said lots
measure, to American measure, each, thirty feet
niae inches three Hnea front on St Ann street, by
the following depths: Ninety-one feet three laches
•n the diriiton line of lot nnmber sight, ninetr-one
feet fear inches ose line an the diviSan Hue sf kite
Sg£S58?J«h«SSSiSaSS
SSSBhS®rwta '
'WSUftST!
right bank sf toe i
Duverie. aowAlgiss
learn, da$l«Mtdl
square nttMtttSr
Seguin, Evelina sad
according to a pin 1
civil engineer, ew tei
nexed to an aet passed
Bonny,notanr pasti* all
611 .the fifteenth day at Dn
of ground me — re *, in An__
oue feet eleven laches and 1
street, by one hundred and
inches and fivsUnesind' "
parallel lines.
streets, according to'___
measure as follows, to write
feet eleven inches and five 1
House street, by one hundred I____
two inches and six Hues in depth on
ward Alix street, and w taw '
seven fret two iuehea and two ____
which senarates it from lot mnstor *ev
number sBven has thirty-one fret esven
and five line* front on Powder Home ateeet, 1 _
hundred and seventy-seven food tyro Inches and two
lines on the division line of tat au '
one hundred and seventy-nine fort
herein, with other property, Dsn tto
of A . Rohelot, their lather, hjr
Ktisebe
thirteenth Ol
Seised in tne Move suit.
Terms Cash ou tto spot.
mh24 apt 25 Sheriff of tto
iT'tol* dty,
city, on toe
luvunrr,
toefOtiwafo
John. $ McQaeea v*. WlIHus Henry Gle
■eke—Sixth District Court for tto parish of Or- -
leaui, Vo. 2346.
Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT Of BNIZUR 8 AND SALE
to me directed by tto Booenbfo toe Sixth
District Court for the parish of (Means in th*
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, at tlie Merchants aad Anctioueanf
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Bn road District of this
city, on SATURDAY, May 6 , 1171, at 1 » sfelock M.,
the following described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with all
the buildings and improves
ante in the suburb Hsulet,
nded
its tberooa, etc., sit
city, in tbe square bounded by Triton walk (now
called Delord street), Calliope, Pr yn dss end Her
cules (now called Rampart) streets, designated by
the number four on n plan annexed, for icforoaefo.
to an act n---- J ' * ™ "-~*----- ' *"*
notary pnb
' ....... *• ------ 'titaiat*
passed before Charles Bowdonsqnio, loto
. . iblic in this city, purporting to to n dlvi
sjon of mortgage by tto Citiseos'Bank tn flivar at'
Mrs. B. V. Degray; tbe said lot of ground meaeur
*ug thirty-two feet eight inches two line* fronton
Calliope street, by sixty-three feet eleven inches
two fine* in depth; tto taUdtags on said lot ef
ground bearing Non 255 sad which p r ope r te
was acquired by William Henry Gieseke, defeafo
ant herein, by purchase from Patrick Joiro, by act
passed before Joseph Cohn, astoty puMie in this
city, on the fifteenth day of February, 1MB.
Seised in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the apot.
„ _ C. *. SaimXBT,
ap5 21 my 6 Sheriff of tto panah of Orleans.
8 *®r^j^ , sssi5& rt w e,
pariah u. urieaus.No. *9.564—Fieri feeiaSa
.101111 McLean, tutor, in fovor of Mania,V
k Co.
Morris, Wheeler h Ca va. John MeCleaa—Fifth Me-
trict Court for the pariah of Orleans, No. lt,7Nfo.
B Y VIRTUE OF TWO WRITS OF FIERI FACIA*
to me directed by tto hoaerobta tto said Mm
trict Courts for the pariah of Orleans, in tto ahovp
entitled causes, I will proceed to sell at public auc
tion, at the Merchant* and Auctioneers' *—>~**t*.
AonhouaO *
_____>Y_ .
______ w _ following
described propertv. to wit—
TWO CERTAIN'PIECES OR.LOTS OF GROUND,
situated in tbe suburb Washington, Third District
of this city, in the aquare bounded by
Montegnt, Craps and Lov *
the number* one aud I
by J. A. D'Hcmeeourt,
No. 3, dated seventeenth January,
an act p as s e d before A. Chla pells
Love streets, designated by
two on a certain plan drawn
rt, Surveyor of Municipality
, MM, annexed to
tbe twelfth
August, 1848. Said lets of ground 1
and measure each, English mesa_______
fret eleven inches and five lines front on CtoUSt
street, and extending in depth between parallal
lines one hundred and three feet nine inches and
three line*; tbe said lot number one forming the
corner of Love street; together with all tto*
buildings and improvements tlrcYeon. Which tato
of ground were acquired by said Jonn XcCleanhy
naperaacV
r - „
fate notary ia
purchase from Mrs. Marguerite Diggs, 1
passed in the office of A. ChiapellaTmte
this city, on the sixth of August, 1840.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms—'This being the second and last auction,
the aaiil property will be definitely adjudicated to
tlie biggest and last bidder, for wliat it win
bring, at twelve months' eredlt, tto purchaser for
nisliiitg bond with good and solvent security ..boat ■
ing six percent interest per annum from data,
and special mortgage on tbe property sold until final
payment.
Said purchaser will have to' deduct and pop
1 cash the amount of printing, Slirrursandelerira
fees, etc., say about four hundred dollars, and,
furthermore, the State, parish and mnnicipnl
taxes, the amount of which u not yet ascertained.
apll 18 28
f* not yet aaeertai
C. 8 L SAUVlNnT,
8 heriff of the Parish of Orleans.
State at Louisiana vs. Joseph
Third District Court for tto parish 0
No. 12,951.
at Orleans,
B Y VIRTUB OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIA*
to me directed by the Honorable th* Third
District Court fur tto pariah of Orleans, in tl
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Aaettoceexff
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cafe
tomhouse streets. In the Second District of this
city, on TUESDAY, May 2, 1871, at twelve o'clock,
i7a CERTAIN PROPERTY, situated in the Sec
ond District of this city, in aquare number one hun
dred and twenty-one. Fourth Representative Dis
trict. bounded by Rampart, Conti, Basin and SL
Louis streets.
2. A CERTAIN PROPERTY, situated ia sonar*
number sixtv-two, Fifth BeprosentstiTe District,
aud hounded by St. Louis, Toulouse, Beyal ana
Bourbun street*.
Seized in the above aait.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8 . SAUVINET.
apl 18my2 Sheriff of the pariah of Orleans.
pariah of
Dlyrtile ( sorerlle va. Elina Kennedy,
wife of Peter Vallentine, and tor husband—
Fourth District Court for the perish of Orleaus,
No. 25,100.
B Y VIRT01? OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALS
to me directed by the Honorable tto Fonrtti Dio -
trict Court for the pariah of Orleans, in tto above
entitled cause, I will proceed to sell, at publi*
auction at the Merchants and Auctionaera' Exr
change, Royal street, between Canal and.Ci.stom
house afreets, in the Second District of this city,
on TUESDAY, May 16,1671, at twelyeo'clock M., tto
following described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, sitnate, lying
and being in the First District of this city, desig
nated as lot number six in aquare number two
hundred aud elghty nine, twelfth assessment
district, bounded by Jackson, Philip, Dryade* and
Laurent (now Rampart) streets, on a plan depos
ited in the book of plans number two, as plan num
ber seventy-five in the office of Selim Maguer, late n ■
notary public in this city, according to which said
E lan said lot measures thirty-three foet front on
aurent or Rampart street, by one hundred an*
weutv " "* .. .. —
T«'g*t
twenty feet eleven inches and one line In depth.
„ her with all the buildings and tmprov
menu thereon, rights, wavs and advantages there
unto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. Be
ing the same lot of ground which EHaa Kennedy,
wife of Peter Vallentine, one of tto defendants
herein, acquired by purchase (with tor aepa rate
aud paraphernal funds) from Patrick Irwin, per
act passed before William McC. Jones, a notary
public in this city, under date of tto eleventh day
of July ,1868.
Seised in tlie above anit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. & SAUVINET,
apl5 30 my !6 Sheriff of the Pariah of Orleans.
State ef Louisiana vs. Estate of fkteil
Condon—Third District Const for tto wish at
Orleans. No. 13,409. . "
B y virtub of a writ op fieri facias
to me directed by the Honorable the 1
District Court for th*'pariah of Orlaana in tto
, I vnll proppe d to aril at
above entitled cause, _
auction, at tto Merchants
change, Royal street, bet 1
house streets, in the Second District of Off* city, am
SATURDAY, May 13,1871, afrtwelve o'clock S£ tto
following;described property, towii—
illo wing described property, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, rituated in tto
, irst District of this city, and forming th* cornea
of Magazine and Delord Jtreete,
nve ieet front on Delord atneTtamthuMnf am*
twenty fy t in dept h, in aqaaro bonded by Dalai*,
twenty feet in depth, ia aqaaro bonded by Delord,
Terms—Cash on tto spot.
apl2 27myl3
. P- *• SAUVfNIT, .
Sheriff of the parish ef Orison*.
Caurt MHevCtkn^a
Sneekmnn an* Wife
Late Third District C
18,679.
B * VI ?WB OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS
directed by the honorable the late Third V .....
uou ^ t JL ew Ottaana, in the above
canae, te Thomas L. Maxwell, late Shei
by said late Sheriff to me transferred, I:
ceed to sell to pnbhe acwttaa at ths Mantontaan*
A"5ttonemarexehaege,R#yal street, between Canal a
and Cuatomhooaa streets, in tto Sec on d District *
of this rity, on MONDAY, Mte 1, 1871. nt twelve
•Utok M., tto following daaeribed property, ta
A LOT OF QBOUND j with#H I
ssnirasasrfs
asf-as
SSL.' '
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