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* Oo. plantation nr parish op st. mart. ARSIORRR'R IALR IS BASKRVPTCT. BT ORDRR OF K a RORTOS, ASSIGNEE. Or .THE MATTER OF JULES MOSSY, BANKRUPT. •District Court of the United States of America for the District of Louisiana—No. 560. DV C. E. GIRARDEY dc CO., AUCTION ED oers—Office No. n Exchange place—TUES DAT, May 16, 1*71, at twelve o'clock M., At the ' Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, an Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of 'St order of the Honorable E. H. Durell, Judge of the District Court of the United States of • America for the District of Iaraisiana. sitting in bankruptcy in the above entitlLt matter, rendered -on tbo sixth day of June, 1870, will he sold by public -auction the following described property, to wit— - L THE UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST in s tract of land, situated on the cast side of Bayou ■Teche, in the pariah of St. Mary, Louisiana, con taining about W 30-100 arpents, more or less, and •bouaded in front by said Bayou Teche, above aud In roar by lands or J. Kuselier, aud on the lower a ble by lands of Mr*. Mallou. 9. aND THB UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST in n certain tract of land lying and situated in the Tear of the above described tract, containing 140 50-100 superficial acres, being a part of fractional nort h east quarter of section number twenty-five in township thirteen, south of range nine east, property acquired by Jules Mossv sr from lira Sarah Anu Feltns i being the and w. L- Kuselier Mias Louisa Cornelia De Halt, heirs of Dr. John N. K. Do Hart, deceased, by an act of sale passed hefnre J. A. Dumartrait, Recorder for the parish of At. Mary, on January 15,1856. The decree of court ordering the sale of the above described property directa that the same be freed from all incumbrances, and the assignee, acting as the officer of the court, will convey only auch title aa is in him veatedeby the assignment in bankruptcy, aud by the aforesaid order of court. Terms of sale—Cash on the spot in Cnited States treasury notes, and the purchaser to assume, over and above the price of adjudication, payment of all the taxes that the property mpy owe up to the of Milo* Acts of sale and United States stamps, st the ex pense of the purchaser, before M. Genion, notary public. ap*S 30 my6 13 14 16 VALUABLE BATTUES PROPERTY IN THE FOURTH DISTRICT. PARTITION 8ALE JOHN E. DEVLIN KT AL VS. THE SUCCESSION OF JAMBS B. TAYLOR. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans, No. 34£30. B y c. e. girardey a co„ auction aers—Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer—Office No. IT Exchange place—SATURDAY. May 27, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., pt the Merchants and Auction eers' Exchange, ou Royal, between Canal aiei Cus tomhouse streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of a judgment in partition rendered by the Honorable the Second District Court for the parish ot Orleans in the above entitled matter, will be sold by pnblic auction, the following valuable prop erty, to wit— EIGHT LOTS OF GROUND, with all the im ivements, etc., thereon situated, in the Fourth __ty.1* bounded by Levi road or Water, and Seventh aud Eighth streets, end described as follows, to wit— L TWO LOTS OF GROUND, designated »s Nos. 1 and 2, adjoining each other, and measuring each 96 feet 4 luches and Uj lines frout on Water street, end 26 feet and 2V lines front ou Tchoupitnulas street. No. 1, forming the corner of Eighth, Water and • Tchoupitoulas streets, measures 121 feet 6 inches front on.Bighth street, bv 122 feet 6 inches and 6 lines on the division line of lots Nos. 1 and 2. and lot No. 2 measures.123 feet 11 inches and 6 lines on the division line of lots 1A and 3A. 2. FOUR LOTH OF GROUND adjoining the lots above described, and designated by the Nos. 1A, SA, 3A and 4A. Lots Nos. 1A and 2A adjoin each other, and measure each 26 feet 4 inches and !. liue front on Water street, by depths increasing from 61 feet 11 inches and 7 tines ou the division line of lqt So. 2, to 61 feet 4 inches and T lines on the divis ion line of tie lot A 8.R Lota Nos. SA and 4A adjoin each other, and measure each 26 feet aud 2 V Hues front on Tchoupitoulas afreet, by depths increas ing from 61 feet 11 inches and 7 lines on the division Hne of lot No. 3, to 63 feet 4 inches and 7 lines on tHe divisiou line of the lot A 8. 3. TWO LOTH OF GROUND adjoining each other and the lots above described, and designated by the letters A 8 and A R measure each 52 feet 8 inches and 1 line front on Water street, 52 teet and 9 lines each front on Tchoupitoulas street: the lot A 8 having a depth of 126 feet 9 inches and 6 lines on the division line of lots 2A and 4A, and 129 febt 7 inches and 5 lines on the division liue of lot A R. and the raid lot A R having a depth Of 132 feet 5 inches and 4 lines on the lower division liue toward Eeventli stieet. The whole forming the upper four-fifths of said square. Terms of sale—One-third cash, and the remainder at one aud two yeare' credit, in notes of the pur iug interest of eight per cent per an num from the date of sale until final payment, aud ntov District of this city, in the square known as square vee or Tchoupitoulas, Public chasers, bearing interest of eight per cent per an num from the date of sale until final payment, and secured by special mortgage aud vendor's lieu, with the penal clause of five per cent attorney's fees in event of suit to enforce payment of any of the notes, and purchasers to assume payment of all taxes for the year 1871. Acts of sale and United States «tamos at the ex pense of tire purchasers, uefore A. J. Ker, notary public. __ ap23 m>6|i3 20 27 FIFTY-FOUR CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, IN THB FIRST DLSTRICT, COMPRISING NEARLT TWO ENTIRE SQUARES OF GROUND, FRONT ING ON GASQUET, PALMYRA AND BANES, TONTI, AND BOCHKBLAVK STREETS. SUCCESSION OF JOHN GAl'CHF. COnd District Court for the parish of Orleans, No, 32,307. B Y c - . __ E. GIRARDEY' A CO., AUC tioneera—Nicholas J. Hoev, Auctioneer— Office No. IT Exchange Place— SATURDAY, April 29. 1871, mt twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants aud Auction eers' Exchange, on Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, by virtue of an order of the Honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, will be sold by public auction, tor account of the succession of the late John Gauche, the following deecribedproperty, to wit— 'l* TWENTY-TWO* VERY VALUABLE AND npidly enhancing lots of ground, situated in the — ——* - - — ...... —■» comprising the ground bounded _ ___and Rochehlave jignated Withe Nos. 5 to 96 inclusively. Lets Nos. 5 to 11 inclusively measure each 27 feet I inch front on Gasquet street, by W5 feet 10 laches and 3 lines in depth between parallel lines. Lets 16 to 26 Inclusively measure each 27 fret 1 inch frout on Palmyra afreet, by ll» feet 10 inches and 3 lines in depth between parallel lines. Lots 12 to 15 inclusively measure each 27 feet front on Rocheblavti stieet, by 146 feet 11 inches and 2 lines in depth between parallel lines. Lot No. 11 forms the comer ol Oasquet and Rochehlave streets: lot No. 26 forms the corner of Palmyra and Tonti afreets, and lot No. 16 forms the corner of Palmyra ■**5l THim^TWO^VEHY VALUABLB AND BAP idly enhancing Iota of ground, comprising the en tire square or ground formed by Palmyra, Banks, Tenti and Rochehlave streets, situated immediately next to the square above described, and in the First District of this city. , Said lots are designated by the Nos. 1 to 32, in .elusivelv. Lots Nos. 1 to 11 measure each 27 feet 1 inch front on Palmyra street, by a depth between parallel Hues of 100 feet 2 inches 2 lines. Lots Nos. 17 to 27 inclusively measure each 27 fret 1 inch Jtsnt on Banka street, by 100 feet 2 inches 2 lines la depth between parallel lines. Lots Nos. 12 to 16 inclusively measure each 26 feet front on Roche Wave street, by 148 feet 11 inches 2 lines. Lota Mcs. 98 to 32 Inclusively measure each 26 feet front oa RoaheMave street, by 148 feet 11 inches 2 lines between parallel 1 inea. Lot Ho. l forms the corner of Palmyra and Tonti streets; lot No. Informs the comer ot Palmyra and Rochehlave streets; lot No. 27 forma the corner of Baun and Tonti afreets, and lot No. 17 forms the -amor of Banks and Rochehlave streets. The Canal and Claiborne Streets Railroad Com -------* — ^ ijuaro next adjoin nprovemeuta direction, even he gsndl pat of the City Railroad, at afreet is mpaay is located. Gas Mat afreet la caved. tm side streets of Roche StoveaadToaffstreets have_curbs andgutton, and the whale pr operty atends and retell bnrinoi , balaaee at one and t sued by mortgage on I 'iSVSSSX By C. B. *00. GREAT BALE OF PLANTATIONS. LANDS, LOTS AND INTERESTS, IN LOUISIANA, TEXAS, MISSISSIPPI AND OTHER STATES, COMPRISING 8KVBNTT-EIGHT VALUABLE ES TATES SURRENDERED IN BANKRUPTCY. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RE8ERVB. ASSIGNEE S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY. s BY ORDEIl OK E E. NORTON, ASSIGNEE. District Court of the United States of America for the District of Louisiana. In the matters of Foley. Avery A Co. aud others, in Bankruptcy. B Y C. K. GIRAHDEY A , CO., Auc tioneers—Office No. iTKxohange place— rllUBS- • DAY, May 11. 1871. at twelve o'clock M„ at the Merchants aud Auctioneers' Ei change, on Royal^ between Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of and pursuant to an order of the Hon. E. H. Durell, Judge of the District Court of the United States of America for the District of Louisiana, sitting in bankruptcy, dated April 17,1871, aud rendered in the hereinaf ter mentioned matters; will be sold at auction, the lands, lots, Interests and other property as hereia after.et forth, to wit— L Estate of Foley, Avery k Co.; No. 582, la bank ruptcy— One li#lf interest in .1130 acres, more or lass, ill White county. Tennessee; a certain tract of land in Hancock conuty, Mississippi, quantity unknown. 2. Ka'ate ot Allrn Thomas; No. 597, in bank ruptcy— 136 82-liai a res, more or less, in Cal casieu parish, Louisiana. . 3. Estate of R. C. Downes; No. 605. in bank ruptcy—170 acres, more nr less, in Madison parish, Louisiana; 151 42-100 acres, more or less, in Iiierville parish, Louisiana. 4. Estate of H. M. Meredith; No. 994, in bank ruptcy—159 90-100 acres, more or less; section 11, township 13, north of range 2 east; parts of sections 1 aud 12, 79 84-100 acres, more or less. 5. Estate of J. C. Milner; No. 990, in bankruptcy— 5. Estate of J. C. Milner; No. 990, in bankruptcy— A tract of laud in Plankville, Jackson parish, Louisiana. 40 by 106 feed. 6. Estate of F. Moore; No. 555, in bankruptcy— Forty acres, more or less, in Ouachita parish, Louisiana. 7. Estate of T. Meredith; No; 543, in bankruptcy— Forty acres, mure or lest, section 7, township 13 mirth, range 3 east; forty acres, mure or less, section 34, township 14 north, range 3 east; southwest quarter of northwest quarter of section 18, township 13 north, range 3 east. 8. Estate of P. Odom; No. 518, in bankruptcy—Six lots in Farmerville, Louisiana; 40 acres, more or less, west of same. 9. Fstate of T. J. Oliver? No. 436, in bankruptcy— 120 acres, more or less, in Uuum parish, Louis iana. 10. Estate of J. Odom; No. 345, in bankruptcy—150 acres, more or less, in Union parish, Louisiana. 11. Estate of C. E. Powe; No. 216, in bankruptcy— Oue-half of 160 acres, more or less, in Franklin parish, Louisiana. . 12. Estate of H. King Sr.; No. 212. in bankruptcy— House and lot in Downesville, Union parish, Louisiana.. 13. Estate of JTMcCrory; No. 455, in bankruptcy 121 17-100 acres, more or less, iu Morehouse parish, Louisiana. 14. Estate of A. P. Butler: No. 1041, in bankruptcy— One-tliirdof 1200 acres, more or less, iu Harris county, Texas; one-third of 500 acres, more or less, in Van Zandt county, Texas; one-third of 500 acres, more or less, in Hunt county, Texss. * 15. Estate of W. Brannon; No. 649, in bankruptcy— 240 acres, more or less, iu Union parish, Lou isiana. * 16. Estate of frank Powers; No. 327, iu bank ruptcy—640 acres, tnore or less, in Jasper coun ty, Texas; 320 acres, metre or less, in Hardiu county, Texas. • 17. Estate of T. V. Van Horn: No. 880. in baukrnpt cv—One-sixth interest in Hutchinson's Island, east of Florida; one lot of ground ut Roscdale, Long I sin ils. 18. Estate of J. H. Cunningham: No. 840, in bank ruptcy—480 acres, more or less, near Compte, Red river, 1280 acres, more or less, near Natchi toches. Louisiana; 320 aciefi tnore or less, near Cousliatta*Shute; 10 acres, more or less, near Natchitoches. 19. Estate of J. B. Sterling; No. 862. in bankruptcy— liioO acres, more or leea, iu Washington county, Alabama. 20. Estate of Fellows A Co.: No. 169, in bankrupt cy—A lot of grouud iu the .Third District, New Orleans. 21. Estate of J. S. Brandner, Jr.; No. 842. in bank ruptcy—319 38-100 acres, more or less, in Madi son parish, Louisiana. * 22. Estate of Robert Pitkin: No. 1019, in bank ruptcy—Certain property in Bay St. Louis. Estate of C. E. Kells; No. 938, iu bankruptcy— 553 acres, more or less, iu Pulaski county, Ark ansas. 24. Estate of Gov.v Hood; No. 833, iu bankruptcy eight town lots, Providence, Louisiana. 25. Estate of F. H. G. Taylor; No. 996, in bankrupt cy—One-half interest in 5120 acres, more or loss, supposed to he iu Cooke county, Texas. 26. Estate of A. P. Wright; No. 99. in bankruptcy— 120 acres, more or less, iu Morehouse parish, Louisiana. 27. Estate of C. Goodson; No. 232, in bankruptcy 120 acres, more or less, iu section 12, township 23, range 9 west. 28. Estate of Theodore Goodlctt; No. 471, in bank ruptcy—336 acres, more or leas, iu Carroll par ish, Louisiana; one-baf of 40 5-109 acres, more or less, in Franklin*parish. Louisiana: 40 5 100 acres, more or less, m Franklin parish. Louis iana; 160 6-100 acres, more or less, iu Frauktin parish, Louisiana. 29. Estate of C. J. C. Puekette; No. 732, in bank ruptcy—^One-tourteeutli interest in estate of J dm Kelly, deceased. 30. Estate of J. W. Seymour; No. 5, in bsnkruptcr— Houses and lota in Bay ft. Louis, Mississippi. 31. Estate of M. G. W. Langston; No. 715, iu bank ruptcy—160 acres, more or less, in Ouafliita county, Arkansas. 32. Estate of G. W. Thomas: No. 984. in bankruptcy— 12)1 acres, more or less, iu Natchitoches parish, Louisiana. 33. Estate of Goldsmith. Haber A po.; No. 610. in bankruptcy—160 acres, more or less, ill Cata houla pari'-h, Louisiana; one lot and house in Canton, Mississippi; two halt-lots iu Athens, Louisiana. 34. Estate of E. B. Granger: No. 618, in bankruptcy— Three and one-tbird acres, more or less, uear Memphis, Tennessee. 35. Estate of W. A. Hurd; No. 619, in bankruptcy— 4605 acres, more or ltss, ia Matagorda county, Texas. i . 36. Estate of Samuel H* cht; No. 911, in bankrupt cy—Lot in Milliken's Bend, Louisiauu. 37. Estate of Jules Mossv; No. 569. in bankruptcy— Lot iu town of McDonogli; half or two-thirds of 1882 66-100 acres, more or less, in Drew county, Arkansas; half of six lots in suburb Wash 38. Estate of R. Lloyd Coleman, individually and as a member of Coleman, Britton A Withers and Coleman A Withers; No. 637, iu bankruptcy— Part of lot in Yazoo. City. Mississippi: interest in land iu Neshoba or Wiustou county, Mis 39. Eaiateof N. B. Prothro: No. 333 in bankruptcy— 960 acres, more or less, in Pointsett and Jack son counties, Arkansas; 879 72-100 acres, more or less, in Prairie county, Arkansas. 40. Estate of S. O. A T. A. Nelson: No. 45 m bank ruptcy—482 87-100 acres, more or less, In Pa nola county, Texas; 945 acres, more or less, iu Panola county, Texas; 320 acres, more or less,'in Upshur aud Hamaen counties, Texas: 6210 acres, more or less, comprising vanous tracts in Mississippi; 6800 acres, more or less, ('omprifting various tracts in Mississippi. 41. Estate of F. A. Woolflev; No. 80 in bankruptcy— One twenty-third interest in lands of Texas Petroleum Association, aliout 75,000 acres, mors or less, in Hardin county, Texas. 42. Estate of T.H. Shields; No. 34, in bankruptcy 4 certain lots of grouud iu Third District. New Orleans: 300 acres, more or less, in Pike county, Mississippi. 43. Estate of A. Shlenker; No. 89. in bankruptcy 200 acres, more or less, in Catahoula parish, Louisiana; 13 acrea, more or less, in Catahoula parish, Louisians. Estate of G. L.Walton; No. 120. in bankruptcy 2907 acres, more or less, in Cooke county, Texas; 687 acres, more or less, in-Comal county, Texas; 1222 acres, more or less, In Brown county, Texas. 45. Estate of B. B. Siinmea; No. 137, in bankruptcy— One square in HuntBviUe, Texas; 400 acres, more or less, in Rapides parish, Louisiana; 160 acres, more or less, in Avoyelles parish. Louisi ana; 160 acres, more or less, in Pointe Coupee K riah, Louisiana: 240 acres, more or less, iu inte Coupee parish, Louisiana. 46. Estate of R. t. Oglesby; No. 153, in bankruptcy— Two thirds interest in 320 acres, more or less, in Nacbgdoches county, Texas; two-thiids in terest in 320 acres, more or less, in Titus county, Texas. 47 Estate of T. G. Mackie; No. 261, in bankruptcy— One-half interest in square iu MeDonoghville. 48 Estate of Richard Pqwer; No. 281; in bank ruptcy—131* Acres, more or less, in Desha county, Arkansas. 49 Estate of T. Appleton; No. 284, in bankruptcy— M 7-100 Acres, more or less, in St. Mary parish, Louisiana. , 50 Estate of B. Levy; No. 193. in bankruptcy—1 lot in Pattersonville, Louisiana. 51. Estate of J. J. Person A Co.; So. 293. in bank ruptcy— 3365 seres, more or less, wild laud, Bolivar county, Mississippi. . 52. Estate of C. L. C. Diipuy; No. 296, in bank ruptcy—A claim to 4428 acres, more or less, Bayou Taylor, Texas. * 53. Estate of A. Bass; No. 325, In bankruptcy-64* acres, more or less, in Chicot county, Ar 54. EstateT'of D. L. Campbell: No. 380, in bank mptcy—One-half interest in 1354 seres, more or less, In 8t Landry parish, Louisiana; one half Interest in 1015 acres, more or less, in 8t. 55. ££$?jr£ h jrtSSStaR HO. 127, in bank ruptcy—One lot in Comanche, Iowa; two lota in St. Lords, Missouri; ten' lota in Bavana, 20. Bstate^of B. M. Williams; Ho. 5M. in bank —One-half interest in lots Mos. 3,4 ana roptcy—One-half Interest in h i.fn Meek two, Napoleon, Arki tain tend in I Aron county, i ; Ho. iar, in 1 W'-n'-'w By C. «. CHrmrdfry * Co. Talladega county, Alabama; one-half of two squares in MeDonoghville Louisiana 00. State of Them Frotofc Oa; Ho. 875, in bank ruptcy-320 ____ acrea, more or less, county, Texas; M acres, more or county, Texas; 04S acres, more or less. in Harrison in Cass Upshnr comity) Texas; 400 acres, more or leas, in Upshur comity, Texas; 320 acres, mere or less, in Hunt county, Texas. . _ „ , . . 61. ' Estate of J. F. Johnson; Ho. 871, in bank ruptcy—112 14-W0 seres, more or less, in Ouachita county^ Arkansas; 40 acres, more or 62. Rdati^of "wliiiam FellOwes, Jr.; No. 189, in bankruptcy—1380 S acres, more or less, In Mc Clellan courvtv. Texas. 63. Estate of A. Pittman; No. 3i7, in bankruptcy— 163 acres, more or less, in Franklin parish, Louisiana. £4. Estate of N. C. Parsons; No. 309, in bank ruptcy—One-half of 40 acres, more or less, iu Morehouse parish, Louisiana. 65. Estate of J. A. Pugh; No. 680, in bankruptcy 160 acres, more or less, in Carroll parish, Louis iana; 160 acres, more or less, iu Morehouse E rish, Lonisiana. tate of J. N. Reynolfis; No. 408, iu bankrupt cy—38 67-100 acres, more or less, iu Ouachita parish, Louisiauu. 67. Estate of T. L. Stafford; No. 445, in bankruptcy 196 67-100 aores, more or less, iu Catahoula parish, Louisiana. 68. Estate of J. W. Scott; No. 3J5, in bankruptcy— One-half of 160 acres of land,*more or less, in Franklin parish, Louisiana. 69. Estate of R. Swift; No. 166 in bankruptcy—80 acres, more or less, in Franklin parish, Louis iana. 70. Estate of R. D. Speight; No. 522, in bankruptcy— 65 acrea, wore or less, in Bossier parish, Louis iana. 71. Estate df W. H. 8herwood; NO. 954, in bankrupt cy—210 acres, more or less, in Catahoula parish, Louisiana. Estate of P. H. Thomas; No. 164. in bankrupt cy— 160 acres, more or less, iu Caldwell parish, "Louisiauu. 73. Estate of G. B. Thomas; No. 560, iu bankrupt cy—120 acres, more or less, in Caldwell parish, Louisiana. 74. Estate of J. G. Turpin: No. 558, in bankruptcy— One-sixth of 105 20-100 acres, more or less, in Morehouse parish, Louisiana; one sixth of 324 92-100 acres, more or less, in Carroll parish Louisiana. 75. Estate of R. D. Bridger; No. 716, in bankruptcy— 82 8-100 acres, more or less, iu Catahoula parish, Louisiana. 76. Estate, of T. Byrd; No. 974. in bankruptcy—320 acres, more or less, in aectious 20 and 29, town ship 23, range 5 east. 77. Estate of J. Bruce; No. 995, in bankruptcy—240 acres, mort: or less, township 9 north, range 9 east. • • i8. Estate of R. Dixon; No. 49, in bankruptcy—220 acres, mure or less, iu Ouachita parish, Louis iana. The decree of the conrt ordering the sale of the foregoing estates directs that thq, assignee be au thorized and directed to advertise in some journal published in the city of New Orleans the sale of the above described lands or interests in lands at publib'auciinn; that for the purpose of avoiding expense, said advertisement shall simply set forth the number and title of the several bankruptcies, the quantity of. land and interests to be sold in the same respectively, the parish, iu which they are respectively situated, so far as these veveral facts are known, and that said landsor interests in lands, etc., are sold subject to all taxes, liens, privileges and incnmliranees that uiay exist on them respectively, aud that all persons are invited to call at the office of said assignee to examine the schedules of said bank' opts for the purpose'of ob taining such further infoimation as they contain touching the boundaries of, improvements aud in cumbrances upon said several properties. That said sale shall be advertised once a week for three weeks in said journal; and that the last advertisement shall appear on the morning of the day of sale, and that tlie aets of. sale and internal revenue stamps, sliall be at the expense of the pur chasers. The assignee, acting as the officer of the court, will transfer only such title us is iu him vested by tlie assignment'iu bankruptcy and by the orders of court, the assignee reserving all leases and the moneys due and'which may grow due upon the same.' Tenus-vCasli on the spot in United States treas ury notes at the moment of adjudication. Acts of sale, together with the United States in ternal revenue stamps attached, at tlie expense cl the purchasers, before M. Geruon, notary public. No. 142 Gravier street. apl8 30 my6 11 VALUABLE SECOND AND FOURTH DISTRICT SUCCESSION OF JOHN ARMSTRONG. Second District Court for tlie parish of Orleans— No. 53,886. B Y C. E. GIRAHDEY A CO., AUCTION eers—Nicholas J. Hoev. Auctioneer—Office No. 17 Exchange place—SATURDAYqMay 13, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants' and Auc tioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of New Or leans, by virtue of an order of the Honorable the Second District Court for the pariah of Orleans, dated eighth of April, 1871, will he sold, by public auction, for account of the succession of John Armstrong, deceased, the following described piop ertv, to wit— L A PORTION OF GROUND situated in the Second District of this city, ia the square bounded bv Caual, Customhouse, Lopez aud Rendon streets, designated as square No. U3; said portion ot ground composed of ten lots of ground numbered from 1 to 10. inclusive, adjoining each other, and measuring as follows, to wit: Lot No. 1 lias 101 feet 9 inches front on Rendon street, 80 feet 3 inches and 3 lines ou the side line of lot No. 2. 129 feet 10 ineliea and 2 lines on the rear liue. Lots Nos. 2, 3 and 4 measure, each, 34 feet 5 inches front nq said Rendon street, No. 2 having 80 feet 3 inches depth on the line of lot No. 1, aud 108 feet 1 inch and lines in depth on the division liue of Lot No. 3; anil Nos. 3 aud 4 have each 135 feet 5 inches and 1 line in dsptli ou their division line, lot No. 4 hav ing 162 fret 9 inches iu depth ou tlie line dividing it from lots Nos. 5 to 9, inclusively, aud each of said lots Nos. 2, 3 and 4 have 43 feet 11 inches iu width on tlie rear liue: lots Nos. 5 to 9 have each 34 feet and 3 inches front on Canal street. Nos. 5 to 8. inclusively, having each 105 feet in depth between equal and parallel hues, No. 5 forming the corner of Canal and Rendon streets; lot No. 9 has 105 feet depth on the division line of lot No. 8. 94 feet 3 inches and 3 lines iu depth on tile division line of lot No. 10. aud 25 feet 9 inches in the rt-ar; lot No. 10 lias 74 feet 10 inches and 4 •lines froi t ou Canal street, 94 feet 3 turtles and 5 lines depth on the line of lot No. 9, and 120 feet. 4 indies and 3 lines on the line dividing jt from the other portion of said square, as per plan by Dim bar, twelfth December. 1848, and copy thereof by D'Hemeconrt, sixteenth February. 1849, both de posited iu the office of Jules Mossy, notary public, eighteenth June, 1850. The said property was ac quired by deceased from Louis Jauin, by act passed liefore Jiiles Mossy, notary public, eleventh Janua ry, 1850, and registered in lunik 49, folio 268. 2. Six LOTS OF GROUND, in the same square afore described, aDd designated as lots Nos. H, 9. 10, 14, 15 ami 16. aud measuring as follows, to wit: Lot No. 8 lias 30 feet front on Customhouse street, 105 feet 1 inch in depth on the liue of lot No. 7, and 80 feet 5 inches and 2 lines on side line of lot No. 9. Lot No. 9 has 30 feet front oq t'usto'obouse street, 80 feet 5 inches and 2 lines on side line of lot No. 8, and 48 feet 8 inches in width in tlie re*r. Lot No. 10 has 37 feel 11 inches and 2 liueB front on Custom house street. 57 feet 5 indies ou the division line of lot No. 9. and 61 feet 4 inches in width in the rear, on an oblique line, and forms the corner of Custom house and Rendon streets. Lots Nos. 14 and 15 have eaeli 30 feet trout ou ('anal street by 105 feet in depth; lot No. 14 forming the corner of Canal and Lopez streets. Lot No. 16 has 1 foot 9 iuehes and 6 lines front ou Canal street, by 105 feet iu depth on the line of lot No. 15, 134 feet 2 iuehes aud 3 lines on tlie other side line, and 65 feet 2 inches and 2 lines in width in the rear: as per plan by Toume, March 15, 1864,.deposited with S.M agner. notary public, as plan'No. 97. Said property was acquired by de ceased from the estate of Mil.audon et al, by act be fore S. Magner, notary publi tered in book 88, fofio 73. 3. FIVE CKR'lAIN LOTS OF GROUND in the Fourth District ot this city, in the square hounded by Apollo or Carondelet,. Washing , April 16,1864; regia ton, Bacchiis or Baronne, and Sixth streets, designated by the Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7 and H, on a plan thereof and of other property deposiUul in the office of James Graham, notary public. Said lots adjoin each other and measure as follows: Lot No. 4,28 feet 10 inche.' frout on Apollo street by 1*0 in depth; lots Nos. 5,6 and 7, each 28 fej't 10 Inches front on Apollo street by 150 fret in depth, aud lot No. 8 measures 30 teet front on Sixth street by 115 fret 1 inch in depth, between parallel tines, Ameri can measure. . Terms and Conditions of Sale—One-third cash in United States treasury notes, and tbe remainder at one and two years' credit from the date ot sale, in notes of the purchasers In equal amounts, secured by special mortgage and vendor's lien on the property sold, aqd bearing interest of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until final pay ment, with the penal clause of five per cent attor neys'fees in event of suit to enforce payment of the note* or any of them. Acta of aale aud United States stamps at the ex pense of the purchasers, before John G. Knstis, notary public_ ap9 '22 29 my6 13 JACKSON RAILROAD STOCK. SUCCESSION OF JACOB L. ELORANCE AND HANNAH FLORANCE. . Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans— No. DY C. B. GIRARDBY M3 thmeers. Nicholas J. Hoey. As tioneera. Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer—Office Ho. 17 Exchange Place—SATURDAY. April 29 M., at the Merchants and on RoyaL between Canal ■ i- atreete, by virtue of an order at the Hononble the Second District Court for jHpHT|in|'-t in i Wrii 1 i* j*:*i-**~* £aftr 1 .Bjr-C. IL Oiantoy * Co. RESIDENCE AND SQUARE OF \lOPHS OH ESPLANADE STREET. SUCCESSION OF CTFRIIH DUFOUS.* Second District Conrt for the parish of Orleans— Ho. 34,399. B y c. b. tioneera—Nil No. 17 Kxcha • twelve GIRARDBY Auctioneers' Exchange, on Boyal, between Canal m . by x . ________ the Second District Court for tiie parish of Orleans, and Customhouse streets, in this city of New . Orleans, bj virtue of an .order of the Hononble dated March 25,7871, aud rendered in the matter of the succession of the late Cyprien Dufour, will .be sold by public auction, the folio wing described ■rffiuahle property, to wit— A CERTAIN SQUARE OR ISLET OF GROUND, in the Second District of this city, designated as square No. 13, on plan of suburb St. Jolm, by B. Luton, on eighth June. 1809, aud deposited in records of P. Pedesclaux, notary public. Said square or islet is bounded by Slxtnmr White, Sev enth, 8L John and Kaplaoade streets, aud ssper sketch of J. A. D'Hemecourt, Deputy City Surveyor, measures as follows, to wit: (10 feet 11 inches 4 liues front on 8eventh street, 323 feet Studies and. 1 liue front on St. John street, 258 feet 10 inches 6 lines front on Sixth or White street, 31o feet 4 inclieq 2 lines front on Esplanade street to the intersection of the prolongation of the line of Washington street, sud 25 fret 4 inches and 2 lines on said pro jected line of Waslriugton street; together with all the buildings and improvements thereon, compris ing an elegant new one-story and attic frame cottage, with brisk basement story, kitchen, etc. The improvements have just' been completed, are of tlie most modem style, with all tlie latest im provements for convenience, security, elegance and comfort. Tlie location is unsurpassed about the city for conveuiency of access to the business centre. Tlie property can be visited at any time by application to the auctioneer*. anplicatim N. B.—Quit claims and release for this ...... Urn---- aud James Emott. w have been obtained from Mrn Myra Clarl ras 1 Terms and conditions of sale—Ore-fourth cash,bal ance at a credit of one, two, three and four years, in note or notes of purchasers, divided into coupons, secured by vendor's lieu and privilege and mort gage on property, aud bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until final pavment; act of sale to cdutaiu the- usual clauses of "nou alienando" and attorney's fees of live per cent iu event of judicial proceedrugs to en force g»ayincut of the notes; the improvements.to be kept fully insured for the amount of the notes aud policies transferred to venders; purchasers to assume payment in full of all taxes for tbe year 1*71; puyebbsers to have tlie privilege of paying the full amouut of sale in cash if they prefer. Act of sale and United States internal revenue stamps at the expense of the purchasers, before P. C. Cuvellier. notary public. mh29 ap3 15 22 29 STORE PROPERTY ON MAGAZINE STREET, NEAR POYDBAS STREET, AND ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY LOTS OF GROUND ON OR NEAR COMMON STREET AND CARROLLTON AVEXUB. SUCCESSION OF HENRY HART. Second District Court .for tbe parish of Origans— No. 33,195. ' B Y €'. E. GIRARDEY A C'O., AUC TIONEERS—Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer— Office No. 17 Exchange Place—SAiURDAY, May 20, 1871, at twelve o'clock ,51., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, be tween Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of an order of tlie honorable the Second District Cour; for the parish of Urleau-, dated the tenth of April. 1871, will be sold by public auction for account of the succes sion of Henri- Hart, deceased, the following de scribed valuable propertv, to wit— 1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND in the First District of tins city, in the square bounded by Magazine. Foucher. Poydras aud Lafayette streets, designated as lot So. 2, on a plan by A. G. Blanch ard, March, 1849, and annexed to an act before H. B. Ceuas, notary public, on tlie twentieth February, 1850. Said lot measures 26 feet 9 inches and 5 lines front on Magazine street, 26 fret 18 inches in width in the rear, and fronting on Foucher street, by 148 feet 10 inches iu depth on the line of lot 5o. l.and 150 feet 2 inches aud 6 liucs iu depth on the line of lot No. 1 The improvements comprise a large well constructed tour-story brick store, which extcuids through to Kouclier street, is knowu as No. 90 Mag azine street, and is leased to and occupied by Messrs. Cobb, Dolhoude k Co., at $3300 per annum. 2. THIRTY LOTS OF GROUND, foyning the whole square No. 9, bounded by Common, Gravier, Telemscuus and Cortez street's, and designated as lots Nos. 1 to 30, inclusively, and measuring, to gether more or less, about 281 feet 4 Inches aud 2 Sacs frout on each of said Conmiou and Gravier streets, by aliout 425 feet 2 inches front on each ef sa d Telemachns and Cortez streets. 3. FOURTEEN LOTS OF GROUND in the square No. 53, bounded by Common, UUoa, Napoleon anil Solomon streets, 'designated as lots Nos. 6 to 19, inclusively, and forming the lower half of said square, with the whole frout thereof on Napoleon Btreet. 4. TWENTY-SIX LOTS OF.GROUND, forming the whole square No. 19, bounded by UUoa, D'Hcnie eourt, Alexander aud Mural streets, subdivided iuto twenty-six lots, designated as lots Nos. 1 to 26, inclusively. 6. TWENTY-SIX LOTS OF GROUND, forming the whole square No. 20, bounded by D'fjemecourt, Bauilin. Alexander and Murat streets, subdivided into twenty-six lots, designated as lots Nos. 1 to 26, inclusively. 6. TWENTY-SIX LOTS OF GROUND, forming 'he whole square No. 35, hounded by D'Hemecourt, Baudin. Solomon and Napoleon streets, subdivided iuto twenty-six lots, desiguated as lots Nos. 1 to 26, inclusively. 7. TWENTY-SIX LOTS OF GROUND, forming the whole square No. 36, boumled by Bauilin, Banks. Solomon and Napolcou streets, subdivided into twenty.six lots, designated as lots Nos. 1 to 26 in clusively. Terms—One-third cash, and the remainder at a credit ot one and two years, in notes of the pur chasers, ta their owu order, dated on the day of sale, and bearing interest of eight per cent per annum .from date of sale until final payment, se cured bv special mortgage amt vendor's lien, with penal clause of five per cent attorneys' fees in event of suit; tho store on Magazine street to be kept fully insured bv purchaser, and policy trans ferred to tutrix until the notes are paid: the pur chasers to assume payment, over aud above the amount of their bids, of all taxes on tlie property lor the year 1870, and up to tlie day o(%ale. Aets of sale and United States stamps at the ex pense of ilie purchasers, before Edward Barnett, notary public,__ ap!6 29 my6 13 20 valuable improved property in the first DISTRICT, CORNER OF ANNUNCIATION AND CALLIOPE STREETS. SUCCESSION OF BERNARD WHEELAHAN. Second District Court for the Parish mf Orleans— B y c. e. girardey a co., auction eers — Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office No. 17 Exchange Place—SATURDAY. April 29, by virtue of an order of the honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated March 24, 1871, and rendered in the above entitled matter of the succession of Bernard Wheelahau, deceased, will he sold, by public auction, for ac count of said estate, the following valuable prop ^THRKiTlOTS OF GROUND, in the First District. of this city, in the square bounded by Annuncia tion, Clio (late Gaiennie), Tchoupitoulas and Cal liope (late Louisa, streets, desiguated by the Nos. 1,2 and 3 on a;lan by J. Pilie, surveyor, dated tenth April. 1841. Lot No. 1 measures 82 feet 3 lines front on Calliope street, 18 feet front on Annuncia tion street, of which two streets it forms the cor ner, 52 *'eet 11 inches and 1 line front on an alley common to lots Nos. 1 and 2, which alley measures 4 feet on Calliope street, 95 feet 11 inches and 3 liues dividing said lot No. 1 from lot No. 2. Lot No. 2 nfeasures 25 feet front on Annunciation btreet, 27 feet in width in the rear, 100 feet 3 inches and 2 lines on the side adjoining lot No. 1, and 110 feet 5 inches and 6 lines on tbe side adjoining lot No. 3 measures 25 feet front on Annunciation street, 14 feet 4 inches and 2 lines in width in tlie rear, 1.0 fret 5 inches and 6 lines on tlie line adjoining lot No. 2, 87 feet 2 inches and 3 lines oil side adjoining lot No. 4, and 31 fret on the rear of lot No. 8 and an alley 5 'eet wide, for the use in common of it and lots Nos. 4,5,6 and 7, Together with all the buildings and improve ments thereon, comprising a good dwelling house, with large yard and stabling, well adapted for private dweUiuga, and from Its contiguity to the . ..----* ----—■— and shipping, ith all the buildings and iropr , comprising a good dwelling ho rd aud stabling, well adapted ugs, and from Its contiguity to ___________and tobacco centres ana shlpp the St. Mary's market aad two lines of city cars, no better position for business purposes can be hod in the upper First District. . , Terms of sale—One-third cash, the balance at ana and two years' credit, in notes of the purchaser or purchasers, secured by special mortgage and vendor's lien on the property sold, sad bearing in terest of eight oer cent per annum from drte of role until fl ud payment.^wlt ^ tea jwia j c l eu ro o t ithoi r * 1 tefov 8ALR o* mm BOOM. Y NKYILIiK A TAN MOUNGBN. AUCTIOHBR1W—OFFICR HO. W QRAFD M STM on WEDNESDAY, May 10,1*71, at ten o'clock A. H.— Rosa y Carmen Section 20, Art Mareh 2, 1122 DATS. 1871. ■AKKt * AKD 3WIBIKS. lUOIAXOM. Jan. 3 No mark 2 boxes (200) Cigars................... Jan. No mark 2 boxes (200) Cigars................... Jon. No mark 3 boxes (300) Cigars................... Jan. No mark 25 rolls Cigarettes..................... Jan. 11 No mark 54 pocks Spanish Cards............... • 10 boxes (1000) Cigars.................. Jan. 17 No mark Jan. 21 No mark 6 boxeff (600) Cigars................... Feb. 1 Ne mark 1 trunk containing 26 yards Black Silk, 1 Wool Bag, etc.............. Feb.* 2 No mark 5 boxes (250) Cigars................... Feb. 7 No mark 2 cases (2500) Cigars.................. Feb. 7 #o mark 1 4 rolls Cigarettes.................*.... Feb. 8 No mark 4 rolls Cigarettes............... ..... Feb. 17 No mark 8 dozen socks.,........-............... Feb. 17 No enark 7 rolls Cigarettes.....:............... Feb. 17 No mark 8 rolls Cigarettes..................... 3 boxes Cigars.............. Feb. 17 io mark Feb. 24 No mark 2 boxes Vanilla Beans................ Feb. 24 No mark 1000 Cigars............................... Feb. 25 No mark 1700 Cigaia............................... Feb. 28 No mark 1800 Cigars............................... Feb. 23 No mark 1 barrel (21 gallons) Rnm............. Feb. 28 No mark 3 boxes (300) Cigars............ * ...... Mar. 1 So mark 3 boxes (300) Cigars................... 2 rolls Cigkrettes..................... Mar. 1 No mark 4 boxes (400) Cigars................... Mar. 3 No mark 10 rolis Cigarettes..................... 13 boxes (1000) Cigars.................. Mar. 3 No mark Mar. 6 No mark 1700 Cigars........■,...................... Mar. 18 So mark 2 boxes (200) Cigars................... Mar. 24 Mar. 29 So mark No mark 1 valise (1200) Cigars.................. Mar. 29 No mark 660 packs Cigarettes.................... Mar. 31 So mark 3. rolls Cigarettes..................... Mar. 31 So mark 2 boxes (200) Cigars................... Hanover. Tappahax—_ HorthernLight Unknown..... Yazoo. ...... t. Florida...!.... Alhambra____ Tappabannock Station 50, Art Marth 2, 1120 Section 00, Aet Mareh 2,11*2 Section 20, Art Mareh 2, 1119 Section 68, Aet Mareh 2, 1129 Sec's 24 and 09, Act March 2,1710 Sec's 24 and 60, Act March 2,11*9 Section 4, Art July 12, 1266 50, Act MSteh 2, 11*9 rcuun w, aci> jubtii *, iiso Section 34, Act March 3, 1799 Section 1, Act July 12, 1806 fction 50, Art March 2, 1799 Brazos.. Braxos.. Libert; srty... ipanannock Parana... . Section , . _ . Section 50. Act Mareh 2. 1799 Sec's 24 and 68, Aet March 2,1799 Sec's 24> and 68, Act March 2,1799 Section 50,' Act March 2, 1190 Section 50, Aot March 2, 1799 Section 24, Art March 2, 1799 Section 4, Act July 18, 10" and 68, Act March 2, IT Sea's 241 ,1190 annock t ap 25 my 2 9 ________68, Art See's 24 and 68, Act March 2,1196 Section 4, Aet July 18,1866 Section 50, Art March 2, 1190 Section 50, Act March 9, 1126 Section 50, Act March 9, 1799 Section 50, Act Mareh 2, 119s section 50, Act March 2, 1199 LuKiw.u..... Secti/m 50, .Art March • 2 ,. 1799 Lavacca.......Sec's 24aind68, Act March 2,1799 Section 59, Act Mareh 2, 1799 Section 50, Act March 2, 1799 Section 59. Act March 9, 1199 Sec's 24 and 68. Act March 2,1790 Section 50, Act March 2, 1799 Section 50, Art March 1, 1799 JAMES F. CASEY, Collector. appall; Unknown Unknown Fluvia..........! Liberty .... Aquedita... Liberty...... Liberty...... By C. E. Girardey * Co. SUBURBAN COTTAGE RESIDENCE, WITH SQUARE OF GROUND, ON MAGAZINE STREET, SIXTH DISTRICT. 'SUCCESSION OF EDWARD B. SHANNON. Second District Court for the parish ot Orleans— No. 29,758. B Y C. E. GIRARDBY * tioneera—Nicholas J. Hoey, CO., Auc tioneers— mcnoias J. noey, Auctioneer Office No. 17 Exchange place—SATURDAY, May 13, 1871, at twelve o'clock M-, at the. Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, between Canal aud Customhouse streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of an order of the Honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated February 3,1871, will he sold by public auc tion, for account of the estate of the late Edward B. Shannon, deceased, the following valuable prop e 'l i HE° BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE RESIDENCE and entire square of ground in 'faubourg Avart, now* Sixth District of this city, designated as square No. 22,bounded by Magazine, Live Oak, Soniat and Robert streets, and measuring 250 fret front on eacbot said Magazine and Live Oak (or Constance) streets, bv 320 feet 10 inches and 4 lines front ou each of said Robert and Soniat streets. Said ground is liighlv improved, having a great variety of frait trees, shrubbery, shade and ornamental trees: and a beautiful grove of pecan trees, walks cemented, and carriage roods through. The im provements comprise a well built and very com fortable Swiss cottage dwelling, $aised high on briek 'pillars, with a commanding view, having frout. rear and side galleries, marble mantels, seven rooms iu main building, hath, servants' and other rooms in rear, carriage house, cisterns, brick well, etc.; tlie whole comprising one of the most complete anil charming residences in that delight ful portion of the Sixth District. The cars, directly in front, render communication with business fre quent and rapid, with easy access ta markets, churches and schools. Parties desiring a splendid home, free from city dost and crowd, and property dgily enhancing in value, are particularly invited to examine this very desirable property. Terms—One-third cash, and the remainder at one and two years' credit in notes of the purchaser, secured by special mortgage oa the property sold, aud bearing interest of eight qiercent per annum from date of sale until fiuul payment, the act of irtgage to contain the penal clause of five per cent attorney's tees, in event of suit on the notes. The improvements to he kept fully insured, and po icy transferred to holder of the notes, and pur chaser to assume pavment of, over and above tlie hid, aud in addition thereto, of all taxes for the year 1870, and up to the day of sale. Act of sale and United States stamps at tlie ex pense of the purchaser, before George W. Christy, notary public^_ apll 22 29 my613 CHOICE IMPROVED PROPERTY IN CARROLLTON. SUCCESSION OF JACOB WEIYEL. Parish Court, parish of Jefferson, Louisiana—No. 15. B Y- C. E. GIRARDEY A CO., Auc tioneers. Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—SAT URDAY, May 20, 1*71, at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the city of New Orleans, bv virtue of an order of the Honorable the Judge of the Parish Conrt tor the parish of Jerfcrsou, dated February 16, 1871, ahd rendered in the above entitled matter of the suc cession of Jacob Weiyel, deceased, will he sold by public auction, the following valuable property, to Wlt_ A CERTAIN PIECE OF GROUND, with all the ilniga and improvements thereon, situated in the new town of Carrollton, parish of Jefferson, in builtlmg* and improvements thereon, situated in the new town of Carrollton, parish of Jefferson, in the square No. 11, having a front of 125 feet on Up perliue street, by about 150 feet in depth aud front on Pope qt recti according to a plan made by & Buisson. 2 A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND in the new town of Carrollton, in the aforesaid parish, in the said bquare No. 11, as per said plan. Said lot measures 30 feet front on Upperline street, by a depth of about 140 feet between parallel lines. 3. A LOT OF GROUND, situated in the city o( Carrollton, designated by the No. 8, in the square bounded by Le» ee, Monroe, Mary and-streets, as per plan of John Hampson, engioeer, dated Octo ber 20, 1843, aud annexed to an act of exchange be tween I. T. Preston, by act before C. C. Porter, notarv, on tlie twenty-first October, 1843. Said lot No. 8 measures 30 feet front ou Levee street, about 89 teet on the due adjoining lot'No. 7, about *6 feet our the line adjoining lot No. 9, and on the rear line, lot C about 14 feet, from C to I about 21 teet 5 inches and 1 liue, and from 1 to O about 8 fret. 4. A PORTION OF GROUND, adjoining lot No. 8 aud being a portion of lot No. 7, per said plan, and measuring 4 feet frout on Levee street, by a depth of about *9 feet between parallel lines; said portion of ground is taken off from the lower line or side of said lot No. 7. Terms and Conditions of Salt—One-third cash in United Rtates treasury notes, and .the remainder ou a credit of one and t wo years, in notes of the purchasers, payable to their own order, and by them indorsed, bearing interest of eight per cent per auunm from date of sale until final payment, and secured by vendors' Hen upon the property until paid; the mortgage to emBraje the clause of five per cent attorneys' fees iu case of suit to recover payment of any or part of the notes; the buildings or improvements on the lots to he insured by the purchasers, and the policies transferred to the ad ministratrix; the purchasers to assume payment, over and above t heir bids, of all taxes for the year l** 1 - Acts of sale and United States stamps at the ex pense of the purchaser, before W. J. McCnne, notary public. _ ap!6 29 my613 20 PROPERTY IN FIRST AND SECOND DISTRICTS IN THE MATTER OF THE SUCCESSION OF DUL CINEA GREGORY, AND THE MINOR BETSY GREGORY. PARTITION SALE. Second District Court for tho Parish of Orleans No. 34.442. B Y C. E. GIRARDEY A CO., Auc tioneers—Nicholas J. Hoev. Auctioneer.— Office No. 17 Exchange olacq.—SATURDAY. May 27,1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets. In this city of New Or leans, by virtue of a judgment in partition ren dered by the Honorable the Second District Conrt for tlie parish of Orleans, in the above entitled matter, will he sold by^ public anction, the follow ing described property, to wit— 1. A LOT OF GROUND with the bntldings and improvements thereon, in the Second District of this aity, in the square bouaded by Barracks, ' lade, Rampart and St. Claude streets, meas Freuch measure, 22 h feet, more or less, front Esplanade, Rampart and St. Claude streets, meas uring, French measure, 21 ii feet, more or less, front on Bsrracks street, by about 50 feet in depth, hounded on the side toward Rampart street by property of St. Amant, or assigns, and on the other side by property of Marie R. Arcenil, or assigns. 2. A LOTOF GROUND with the buildings and improvemedts thereon, fin the First District of this city, in the square bounded by St. John, St Peter. Povdras aud Hevia streets; measuring 26 feet 6 inches and 6 lines front on tit Peter street, by a depth of 8o feet 8 inches and 1 line on the Hne separating it from lot No. 8. and 85 fret 7 Inches and 6 lines on the side "toward Poydras street, and 25 feet 10 inches and 51ines in width in the mar, all itrifin measure. Terms of solo -One-half cash and the remainder at one year's medit in notes of tee aasea*...... By O. De Feriet. , SLOOP, BOAT AND FURNITURE. L 8UCCBS8ION OF MARY SOLL^-Ko. 34,411. B Y G. DE FERIET. AUCTIONEER, OFFICE No. 50 Royal street.—THURSDAY, April 27, 1871, at half-past four o'clock P. M., will be sold by pub lic auction, by virtue of an order from the honorable Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated April 3,1871, at the foot of Elmira street, Third District— 1. The sloop ANTONI ETTA, with aH her soils, tackle and apparel, 25 feet long by 9 feet 6-10 inch iu breadth, and measuring 3 96-180 tons/ 3. A fine SKIFF, with centreboard and soil, 20x9. Also, immediately afterward, at the last resi dence of decease (C corner - of, Elmira and Good children streets, will be sqld— , One Bookcase and Books, one Armolr, one Clock, etc. Terms—Cosh in United States tr e asury notes. ap!4 90 22 27 _ _ VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND IN THB TOW44 OF TICKFAW, ON THE LINE OF THB NEW OR LEANS, JACKSON AND GBRAT NORTHERN SUCCESSION OF MRS. MARY SOLL—NO. 34,411. B Y" G. DE FERIET. AUCTIONEER—Office, No. 50 Royal street.—THURSDAY, May 25, 1671, at twelve o'clock, at the Royal Street Auction Exchange, late Bank of Louisiana, corner Royal and Ciinti streets, will he sold .at pnbUe auction by virtue of an onler fronr tbe honorable Judge of the Second District Court for tbe parish of Orleans, dated April 14, 1371, the following described real est tte belonging to the said succession, to wit— A TRACT .OF LAND, situate in tbe town of Tickfaw. in the parish of Livingston, in this State, tract No. 14 and sectional land, and Contains 7 10-100 acres. • Terms—Cash in United States treasury notea. $ Act of sale, with United States internal revenue stamps attached, before A. J, Lewis, notarv public, at purchaser's expense._ ap** 29 m>6 1320 25 VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY, No. 332 CUSTOMHOUSE STREET, BETWEEN CLAI BORNE AND DERBIGNY STREETS. STCCESSION OF ALFRED STICKNKY—No. 14,264. B Y n. DE FERIET, AUCTIONEER—OFFICB No. 50 Royal street — THURSDAY, May 25, 1871, at 12 o'cleek'M., at the Royal Street Auc tion Exchange (late Bank of Louisiana), corner of Royal and Conti streets, by virtue of two orders from the Judge of the Second District Court of New Orleans, dated March 1*, 1868, and December 21. 1*68, will be sold at pnblic aftetion, the follow ing described real estate, via— ' . • A LOT OF GROUND in the Second District of this city, in the square bounded by Customhouse, Canal, C'laiborue and Derbignv streets, measuring, in American measure, twenty-four feet front on Customhouse street, by one hundred and five feet four inches and four lines in depth, between paral lel lines. The buildings and improvements consist of a two-stor.v frame house. No. 332 Customhouse street, retired from the street, six rooms, with gal lery in front and ou the side, cistern, privy, etc. Terms—One-third trash and tbe balance on • credit of one and two rears, in notA of the port chaser, drawn to his own order and by him in dorsed, payable at the Louisiana State Bank in this, city, with iuterest at the rata of eight per cent per annmn from date till paid, the upyment ef said notes to he secured by vendors lien and privilege and mortgage on the property sold, with the elause "de non alienando/' the purchaser to , pay five per cent attorney's fees in case of suit for the recovery of the amount of said notes, or any part thereof, and to keep tbe buildings on said lot .1 ....All 4ha Hnnl nairmunt V insure d until the finql payment of qp to the amount thereof. notes and _____________ . for the benefit of the holder or holders of tbe same, and to pay the taxes for tlie year 1870, due or to become due. Tlie act of sale with United Staten internal reve nue stamps Attached, before K. O. Gottsehalk, no tary public, at purchaser's expense. ap22 29 m,v6 13 20 25 _ TWO VALUABLE LOTS OF GROUND ON CHEST NUT STREET, BETWEEN PHILIP AND FIRST ALSO, A SHALL COTTAGE, NO. 657 RAMPART OR LOVE STREET, BETWEEN PORT AND ST. FERDINAND STREETS. SUCCESSION OF ELIZABETH L. JOHNSON. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans No. 34,386. . Auction Exchange, in the bosement rotunda of the St Charles Hotel, will he sold by mrbUe anction, by virtue of an order from tip Honorable Loali Duvigneaud, Jndge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated April 18, 1071, the fol lewing described real estate, for account of said succession— 1. TWO LOTS OF GROUND in the Fourth District of this city, ih the square bounded bv Philip, Chestnut, Coliseum or Plaquemines and First streets; said lota adjoin each ether, and measure, each, 30 feet front on Chestnut street by 127 fret 9 inches and 5 lines in depth. 2. ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, with the Viild ings and improvements thereon, situated in tbe Third District, in the square bounded by Love, Port, Goodcliildren and 8t. Ferdinand streets, and measuring 28 feet 2 inches front on Love or Ram f mrt street by 100 feet in depth between parallel ines. The buildings and improvements consist of » one-story house containing three rooms and a side gallery, and aone-story back building contain ing two rooms. Also, at tlie same time and place, TWO GOLD WATCHES AN 6 CHAIN. . Terms—Cosh in Cnited State* treasury notes, the f urchaser, over and above the price of aqjudica ion. to pay the taxes of 1871. apl9»29my0 13 20 By 8 . Ouinault. SUCCESSION Ofr MANUEL MARTINEZ. No. 31,344 " ' _ \_ B Y H. GUINACT.T, AUCTIONEKB-OPPIC! roreerof Kxehonro etey*^ Btenvillo Street— SATURDAY, AprtlloTUTl, will be sold, a* 13M., at the Royal Street Aueti on Bx change, earner at Royal and Conti streets, by virtae of on order from tip Honorable the Second Wstirlet £ourt far t^ parijb of Orleans- dated March 23, 1*71, the foUewing v T^N n mS fomtion o ~ __, . SvlSSfl ""•"ML* B v l April »,1STL at Charles Auction Hotel), on M OM Gravier streets, i virtue of an order Duvtgnrsad, Ja the parish oft folk First District oft Dryades.Terpat designated by 1 Pilie, on July It, Masurean, notary fronton Dryadaas. __ lines deep, between l ure. Together with I kitchen, with i ail utuhui vw* ini Mau ing eight per cent interest p maturity; said p ro perty tel policy transferred totne tM the final payment of Art He, at the as United Btatta l SALE ON TWELVE 1 VALUABLB PROFKBTT OH DITMAIhl AHS ST. ANN I SUCCESSION OF 1 Second District Conrt fm the B T <S2^«\a May 2,1*71,0* twain 4 public auction, a* the' ehangol of Royal ^_ _ from tho KM. Louie M j Qiatriet Oat tenth April, property, to wife- _ TWO CERTAIN VOTS I in tbe fonbonrg within Johnson; _ jited hy 1 101, the said Iota « _ ing (French measure) to vrih front on Johnson street, II f ou the roar Una whisk i he's property, HI fret f n the one side, «ad 1____ depth on the other iHa a on said Johnson.strew,) on the rear line, Ifel firnt fit on tbe side of St Anns' 4 Hues also in depth on I street; together with an i thereto attached, l Terms—This bei of tbs above desei adjudicated tffith whatever it will 1 from the day ef i with good and solvent the administratrix, and vendor's Uen on that eight per cent per ro ~ nal payment. Act of sale, before at the expense ef Stateaatampe. By J. M. SUCCESSION OF B. M. 1 BANK STOCK, INSURANCE STOCKS AT i Second District Conrt fox tho | No. *J B y a. b. wali No. !tf Common 1871, at twelve o'eloeEl Exchange, by virtue a of tbe Honorable, the I parish of Orleans, r matter of the seero will he sold— Five shares of tknespltall and Traders' Bank. One share Varieties Theatre f rietie Association." Twenty-five shame ef tho I and Salvage Company. Fiftoenshareaof the Bow ' Fertilizing Company. Ixty shores of tno 1 road itflfk. Four shares of tbo Meehan Fair Association. Twenty-five shares of the Life Insurance Company; " which thirty-five dollars i Terms—Cash in United 1 ap23 25 28 my# PROPERTY IN THB FOURTH 1 OF COLISEUM AND NT.. SUCCESSION OP B y j . b. wjl ___ No. 16* Common i 1871, at twelve o'clock M., i tion Bxchange, by virtae.i order of the Probote Conti St Landry, hearing date te will be sola far account of th$4 sion, the following dooeMroaV wit— A CRRTAIN PINCH together with oil the T thereon, and all right___ belonging, situated in the 1 city, in the square bo u nds! j Ursula), St Andrew, Ply] desiguated by the letter enact ' late a May, 1897. feoidpieoeef 3 inches and 4 1 238 feet 9 inches ; of donation boom! ted notary of thla efty, on 1897. Mdnteeoofi gteafi tS fii St Andrew street, and at 117 feet 9 inches on! 3 Bn side toward 8t Muratzm by the letters Band D on 1 Terms and Com" ' States treasury chaser to execute 1 able respective!; the day of ro' interest fron farther bind himself tafli _ fees in eofroftte the f rop s qi mortgaged until final nan interrot; tee pUrehaeet not l cate or otherwise lneumbi to tbe detriment often „ and mortgage; the hnflfiiago tel expense of the purchaser, and 1 frrred to the tutor of the - ^ Act of sale before A. the expense of tho actively in OfrM frole. tiering si rom date until e DE8BON Ol cJreaaed, OP THB LATB wife eft Second District Conrt B Y VIRTUE (fit order Of solo, directed by the 1 Court for the pariah ( tied matter. I wlUpsro at tbe Merchants endAu___ street, between Const nodi t he Second District at this «0ty,i 1. 1871, at twelve o'clock _ J saccoa' wit— TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF I and being in the boco ng h at called BdnHgnr, in the pmiokt the Sixth District of thlsrtty,f bounded by Ansteriits, "-~ Gfcnetol Taylor s tr eets, noted by the numbers i ~ ' two thousand and ri situate in soldi tns Phelps, surveyor, __ 1949, anddepoeitadint late notary pubUc in each other, end-- tea inches street, betw; depth of soe , imnlltel Mmmm j tiESp