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"FFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF NEW ORLEANS THE COURTS. Eighth District Court.—sait Touching the New Tariff of the Sugar Shed Com* pany — Judge Dibble's Opinion of the Content Over the Fourth Dintrict He cordemhip—Suit Against the Auditor— Mandamus Compelling the Auditor to Sign the Bond* of the New Orleans, Mobile, and Texas Railroad—Etc. Samuel McClellauil, a dealer trading in the city ol New Otleaus. and more, espe cially engaged in buying and selling sugars and molasses, brings suit against the New Orleans Sugar Shed Company, and avers that his business is threatened with irre parable injury by the acts and doings of the said corporation. That said corporation was organized under the laws of the State of Louisiana relative to corporations, by act before Stringer, Notary Public. That the domicile of said corporation was fixed in the city of New Orleans, and that the professed object of said company was to construct and maintain sugar shells for the shelter of sugar and molasses. That by the fifth ar ticle of their charter said company assumed all the obligations of Fraucis B. i'leitas and liis sureties under the ordinance of the Com mon Council of this city, approved August 1-1. 18Gt>, grauting to said Fleitas, his succes sors or assigns, tlie right to have and enjoy for the period of twenty-live years the ex clusive privilege ol using the public spaces on the levee in the Second District, between Customhouse and St. Louis streets, for the purpose of erecting thereon tire-proof sheds fur the reception of sugar and molasses. Petitioner represents that the city, in grauting said exclusive privilege, imposed certain terms and conditions upon the gran tees, among others, stipulated and pro vided in the said ordinance, that said Fleitas should be allowed to charge twenty five cents on every hogshead of sugar and fifteen cents on every barrel ot molasses sheltered under said sheds, anil that no other charge should be made for shelter, uuless the package after being under cover should ehauge hands. He repiesents that said company, in vio lation of the franchise from the city and their express agreement in the transfer from F'leitas. have. by resolution of their board of directors duly advertised, increased the tariff for all time t > come and during their privilege, for sheltering sugar from twenty live cents per hogshead to forty cents per month, and in like proportion increased their tariff on molasses, all in positive con travention of said ordinance. Petitioner avers the dealers, merchants and brokers trading in sugar, have been notified of said illegal charges, anil of the determination of the company to exact and collect said charges. Petitioner further avers that if the com pany carries said resolution into effect, it will work him an irreparable injury. Wherefore he prays for an injunction en joining said company from charging, de manding and collecting more than twenty five cents per hogshead of sugar and fifteeu cents per barrel of molasses, whatever length of time the same may remain under said sugaT sheds without change of hands. He further prays that said company, through its president. Jules A. Bianee, lie cited to answer hereto, and for general relief, etc. Judge Dibble issued an order nisi com manding the Sugar Shed Company to show cause on Saturday, June 24. why an injunc tion should not issue as praveil for. In the ease of William Weber vs. the At torney General, ordering him (the Attorney General) to show cause why lie should not iustitute proceedings against A. E. Billings, Reebrder of the Fourth District, under the intrusion act, Judge Dibble made the man damus peremptory, at the same time re marking that he did not agree with the Judge of the Sixth District Court when he said Mr. Billings was not Recorder of the F'ourth District. In his opinion, he is the de facto recorder, and as such his acts are as legal, while his right to said ofiiee is un der contest in the courts, as if he was the recorder de jure. A petition lias been filed by William M. Gedoes. asking that a writ of mandamus issue against Auditor Graham, to compel him to issue to him warrants on the State Treasurer for the amount of $27,560, this In iag the amount of five certificates of in debtednes6 which Geddesholds. In the suit of the New Orleans, Mobile and Texas Railroad Company vs. the State Auditor, the facts in which case were pub lished in Sunday's Republican, the manda mus praved for was made peremptory. Judge Dibble remarked that he did not be lieve in the right of tiie ministerial officers fe refuse to carry out the law. The city, through Geo. S. Laeey, City At tm-nev. has discontinued the motion hereto fore filed for the dissolution of the injunc tion taken in the ease of the New Orleans Republican Printing Company vs. the city of New Orleans. Fourth District Court, Four jury cases were up before this couit yesterday morning. One- of the suits was dismissed, and the other three, owing to sickness of counsel and other causes, were continued. Judge Theard informs us that the hulk of the jury cases are disposed of, and that in three days more all the jury cases will be finished. United States Circuit Court. In the case of the United States vs. P. Harris, his Honor Judge Durell. ordered the release of the accused on a bail bond of one thousand dollars on his own reeog n' 7 ante. I i the case of Riaaldo Pieggj vs. the New Orleans Insurance Compauv, in which a heavy verdict had been rendered in favor of the plaintiff, the application of defendant for a new trial was refused. In the cases ot the United States vs. Joseph Maristry eta!, and the same vs. J. W. Bin-bridge,' United States District At torney Beckwith moved for writs of error, ■which were granted. J. W. Guriev, Es<j.. master in chancery, to whom the taxing as c ists ot the fees of J. H. Weller, master in chancery in the sev eral cases wherein Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines is complainant against various parties, has reported the following as the proper fees to be allowed : Iu the cases of the city of New Orleans. $2000; in that of Lameyer, $150; in that if John Diamond, $5o0;' in that of Jenkins, $300: in that of Creppel, $500: making a total of $3450. Patrick Duffy was sentenced in St. Louis lately to be "hanged for the murder of Frederick Osterineyer. Previously he said, in reply to the question of the .judge: "I ant not guilty: I did not strike that blow, was not the man that killed him. I was. of course, no good friend of Osternieyer's. He owed ute $.600. My niece was driven out of the house by him on a stormy night. He was the cause of her death, she having become abandoned through his means, and poisoned herself. If I had committed the crime, he deserved it for what he had done." Judge. Primal then pronounced the sentence, and Dutiy nodded his head aud said: "That's all right; I'll taee it like a man, if 1 have got to." Treasury Notes. Washington. June 12.— The coin balance in the treasury to-day was one hundred anil five millions, sixteen millions of which were represented by coin certificates. The amount will he reduced to eighty millions by the payment of July interest, which will probably he paid in two weeks without rebate. Nothing new has recently been developed regarding the rumored inten tions of the secretary to redeem a portion ot the matured live-twenties, with the excess of his coin balance, in order to cieate therr liy a demand for the new loan. Writes Mr. Greeley to the Tribune: "If ten thousand Northern farmers would set tle themselves just below Houston and de vote themselves to supplying that city and this (Galveston) with fresh milk, butter, fruit, etc., they might charge double prices, and get rich faster than so many cultiva tors ever did before." The amount spent last year in this coun try for ministers, churches and missions— home and foreign—was about $8,000,000, .and that for artificial flowers—which are vanity—fifteen ntillons. One deduction is that people could better afford the latter than the former expense. MISCELLANEOUS. JpORS SYTH UNITED STATES STANDARD SCALES. Tbe Strongent Scale Made. Every Beale warranted iu every reapert; 259 varie ties, adapted to every branch of business. For price list, or any information, address FORSYTH. ELLISON 4. CO., No. 46 Magazine street, New Orleans. je9eod3m UILDINO PAPER This is a hard, compact paper, like ai I ordinary book cover, and is saturated witl tar and used on the outside of frame build ings under the clapboards, also under shin gles and floors, to keep out damp and cold It is also used on tbe inaide. not saturated I instead of Plastering, aad makes a warn I and cheap wall. It costs only from $3 to 03! I (according to size) to cover houses on thi outside. Samples and descriptive circular* sent free. Address, Rock Ri rer Paper Company, Chicago, Or.E. C. PALMER X CO., 93, 95, 97 Camp street, New Orleans. mh6 General Agent* for the Southern State* c. HUNT dk CO., MACHINERY DEPOT, No. 1S5 Gravler .Street, New Orlenn Manufacturers' Agents for E. CARVER COMPANY'S CELEBRATED COTTON GINS AND LINTERS. P AKE'S STEAM PUMPS, Of all kinds. Boston Machine Company's Engines; Portable and Stationery Boilers; the Baxter Portable En f ined; Schaffer X Budenberg Steam Ganges; Coffln't team, Water and Gas Valves, Hydrants and Wate) Metres; Sturtevaut's Pressure and Fan Blowers Exhaust and Dryer Fans: Berryman s Automatic Boiler Feed Regulator aud Low Water Alarm. Drake's, Evart's and Low's Automatic aud Hand Feed Shingle Machines; Clark's Linen Hose, Hose Feed Shingle Machines; Clark's Linen Hose, Hose Pipes. Couplings, etc.; New York Tap aud Die Com iy's Screw Pi ............hates, Taps Dies, Reamers, etc.. United States Standard Nut Company's Finished nnd Unfinished Nuts and Bolts; J. W. Mixter A Co.'s Saw Glimmers. Upsets aud Mill Picks; Seliien'l Steam Packing; Plymouth Mills Rivets; the Eagle Vise. Plantation. Draining, Cotton, Iron, Wood work ing and all kind * at Machinery, Belting. Shafting and Pulleys, on i ind.or will lie furu.slied at short notire, at Manufacturers' Prices. ja28 Sa Sn Tulv ja28 Sa Sn Tulv E DWAKD O'KOI ItKE, .steam Boilev Manufacturer and Blacksmith Nos. 133 a«id 135 Fulton ano 213 New Leve** streets, between St. Joseph aud Julia streets. Reside ce No. 330 Clio street. Low Pressure, Locomotive, Flue and Cylinder Boilers; Clarifiers, Filters aud Juice Boxes made at shortest notice; and all work done at this establishment will Ik* guaranteed equal in point of workmanship aud material to any in the city or elsewhere. jtd5 I v * \Y ILLlAM PHILLIP*, UNION STA ▼ " bles, No. 180 Calliope, near St. Charles street, has every accdbntuodation iu the line of Pleasure and Fain ly carriages such as hacks, brettes, phae tons, buggies, etc., for the use of tbe public, and at rates to correspond with tin* str.ngcncy of tbe times. All liackiug doue below tariff rates. Or ders for weddings, balls, picnics, races, etc., will be attended to so as to guarantee satisfaction. I am also prepared to hire veliic*es (alone) to par* t .«-3 having their own horses. jt-16 ly jensation on cakondklet STKEET FISHERS REFRIGERATOR. This new article, constructed on scientific prm ciples. can be seen daily ac the grocery of Clark Al Maeder, corner of Common and Carondelet streets, it is guaranteed to consume not more than Fifteen Pounds of Ice in twenty-four hours, It is tbe ouly kind made not to require the break ing cf the ice, and it thoroughly separates the warm from the cold air. It is now recognized as the only refrigerator iu which the contents can be kept perfectly dry and cold without freezing. Even m at cues are kept dry in it for auy length of time Sf-e the Scientific American about PfSIlER'S BE FRIGKRATOR. je91m J^OlISlANA IMMIGRATION PANT. COM CAPITAL....................................$250,000 Corporators. L. F. Generes, J. U. Payne, D. A. Cliaffraix. Effingham Lawrence. George W. Campbell, Arch Montgomery, Bradish Johnson, Duncan F. Kenner, Adolphe Schrieber, George Urquhart, William Von Puhl, S P. Griffin, Extract from the Charter: Articlk II. The object aud purpose of the com pany shall be to induce immigration from foreign countries with a view to supply laborers to tne agricultural, manufacturing aud other industries of the United States. Books of subscription to the capital stock of the company are now open at the offices of L F. GENERES, No. 109 Customhouse street. ARCH MONTGOMERY, No. 13 Carondelet street. TRIST 6c OLIVER, No. 13 Caroudelet street. ap23 lm__ WATERING PLACES. rjHIE NIXON HOTBL, BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI. This house has been put in thorough repair, and is tile largest and host adapted lor the comforts of guests of anv on the gulf shore. Tills house will lte opened on SUNDAY', June II by Mrs. M. SKINNER, who, by her long experience, hopes logive satisfaction to'all who may favor her with their patronage. BOARD. $2 per day; $12 per week. jeI4 lm MRS. M. SKINNER. glEASIDE HOTEL, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI. A. J. MORDKAU, LESSEE. The proprietor of the Seaside Hotel takes great pleasure iu announcing to the traveling public, as well as the comm unity m general, that this hotel is now completed and wilt opeu for the reception of guests ou SATURDAY, June 10, 1871. The great advantages of this hotel with reference to its superior location, its accessibility, its unsur passed accommodations aud resources, render a statement of its claims to public patrouage appro priate. It is situated on Bay St. loins, Mississippi, and occupies a frontage on tbe gulf shore of 415 feet. The building is two stories in height ami embraces more area than any other hotel on the coast. Its accommodations are ample for the euterta nment of two hundred guests. New bathhouses and wharf have just been com pleted. A number of summer houses, pleasantly situated, adorn the shore frout. A corps of expert fishermen, together with a fleet of fishing and sail lmats, are secured for the ex clusive use of this hotel aud its guests. Carriages will be found, on the arrival of every train, at the Nicholson avenue, to cou\ey passen gers to the Seaside Hotel The lessee having over thirteen years' experience as manager of the Irving. Howard and Manhattan Hotels at the North, flatters himself that lie can successfully cater to the tsates of those who seek the seaside for either health or pleasure. Mr. J. Kittredge has charge of the office, and will at all times be pleased to meet liis New Or leans and Mobile friends. Terms—From $2 to $3 per day. A. j. MORDEAU, jeT lm Lessee and Proprietor Seaside Hotel. JgAKNES' HOTEL, MISSISSIPPI CITY, MISSISSIPPI, J. D. Mayer A Co., Proprietor*. This long 'established seaside resort is now opeu for the reception of visitors. This is the largest hotel on the coast, capable of accommodating five hundred persons, is beauti fully situated ou the Gulf shore, with large grass lawns, well shaded by live oaks, etc., and in point of natural beauty is unsurpassed by auy iu the South. The house will lie supplied with the best the markets afford; also, fish aud oysters in abun dance. The bar is furnished with the choicest liquors, wines and cigars. Tin* music will be from the band of the French Opera of New Orleans. New slate billiard tables, ten pin alleys, etc. Picnic parties will find good accommodations. Particular a J*cnri 011 will be given to the wants and comfort of children; the place is well suited to their pleasure and recreation. N. B.—The hotel is situated half way between Mobile aud New Orleans. Paities coming by rail road must be careful to inquire for Barnes' Hotel Station, half mile west ot the main depot. This station lias been given by the lailroad companv for the convenience of the house and is not a hundred yards from it. Major W. A. Hurd has charge of the office, and will welcome his numerous friends. iuy9 2m IN BANKRUPTCY. ESTATES OF JIEVER. KOTTYVITZ & Cu. ami Mows Meyer, Angel 8. Kottwitz aud Nation Kottwitz, individually. Opfii-k United Status Marshal, ) District of Louisiana, Y New Orleans June 17, 1871. J T his is to oive notice that on the sixteutli day of June. A. D. 1871, a warraut in bankruptcy was issued against the estates o< Me.ver Kottwitz A Co., aud Moses Meyer, Angel K'>ttwitz and Simon Kottwitz. individually, of New Orleans, in the parish of Orleans, aud Mate of Louisiana, who have been adjudged bankrupts on their own petition; that the g arment of any debts and delivery of auv property elonging to such bankrupts, to tliem or for then use aud the transfer of any property by them, are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove their debts and to choose one or more assignees of their estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the city oi New Orleans, State of Louisiana in the Customhouse building, before C. 8. Kellogg. Regis tur nil Mia first dan of lulw A T\ 10.1° _ a ter, ou tbe first day of July, A. D. 1871, at mne ck A. M. o'slock . „ . a „ S B PACKARD, United States Marshal, District of Louisiana. jelTjyl CORPORATIONS, ^HARTER.......................CHARTER. STATE OF LOUISIANA, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS Re it known that on this twenty-seveifth day of May, A. D. 1871, before me, George William Christy, a notary public iu and for the city and parish of Or leans, State of Louisiana aforesaid, duly commis sioned auu qualified, personally came and appeared the parties whose names are hereunto subscribed, and who did respectfully declare, that, availing t lie in selves of the provisions of the laws of'Louis iana. iu such cast* made and piovided, they have covenanted and agreed, and do by these presents covenant aud agree, anil bind tli* mselves and those whom they represent, to form themselves into and const it ute a corporation tor the objects and pur poses hereinafter named, ami agreeably to the stip ulations contained in the following articles of incor poration: ARTICLE L The corporate name of this company shall be CUBA AND LOUISIANA MINING AND PAVING COMPANY. It shall have a seal, with the corporate name of the company engraved thereon. ARTICLE IL The legal domicile of the corporation shall be in the city of New Orleans, State of Louisiana. The charter shall remain in full force lor the space and term of twer.ty-tive years, unless sooner annulled, and the corporation shall have rights of succession. The president of the company shall be the proper officer on whom citations aud other legal process shall be served, and iu liis absence service shall he made on the vice president. ARTICLE in. The objects and purposes for which this corpora tion is established are to work the Asphaltum Mines, on the island of Culm, known as the "Minas de Roberts." "Minas de Roles," aud "Minas Baima sada," to ship the asphaltum to different parts of the world, and to lay pavements constructed of asphaltum in the island of Cuba and in the State of Louisiana, a cording to certain patents known as Van Camp aud O. Hodgmau's patents. ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of the company is hereby fixed at one million dollars, to he represented by ten thousand shares of one hundred dollars each. All stock shall be considered fully paid up at the time of subscribing, with the exception of six thousand shares, representing six hundred thousand dollars of the capital stock, which shall Ik* issued to the owners of said mines and patents, as preferred ami fully paid up stock, on tlieir making a valid trans fer ami assignment of all their rights in and to the said mines, and ot tlieir rights in said patents for the island of Cuba ami State of Louisiana. ARTICLE V. This charter may l»e altered or amended by the consent of three-fourths of the stock represented in a general meeting of the stockholders convened for that purpose, after thirty days' notice in two daily papers published m the city of New Orleans. ARTICLK VL All powers of the corporation, except as herein limited, shall be vested in a Board of Directors, consisting of seven stockholders, each holding at least fifty shares of the capital stock of tlie cor J Miration', and no stockholder shall be eligible as a lirector unless he has held said fifty shares in his own name at least sixty days prior to said elec tion : Provided, however, that until the first elec tion of directors under this charter, the Board of Directors shall be composed of the following named seven persons, viz: A. Van Camp, Thos. F. Ken*, Jas. R. Hastings. P. B. Fouke. George Herl>ert, A. B. Seelye and Z. Taylor; aud A. Van Camp shall be president of said l*oard. and A. B. Seelye shall l>e vice president of said board, who shall remain in office until their successors are duly elected ;u accordance with article seven. ARTICLE VII. On the first Monday iu January, 1372, and annually thereafter (fifteeu days' previous notice thereof having t»een given in two of the daily newspapers of tlit* city oi New'Orl. ans), an electiou for direc to s for the coming year shall be held by the stock holders at the office of the coinjiauv. and a plu ral.ty of votes, counting one vote for each share of stock voted on (either by the bolder thereof or his proxy), shall be sufficient for the election of a director* and if. from any cause, said election should fail ou the day appointed, tbe meeting of stockholders for that pifrpose may be adjourned fitteen days, aud, if necessary, every succeeding fifteen davs thereafter? notice thereof Ining in serted in the daily papers a** above piovided, until a valid election of directors i« effected. All elections shall be by ballot, superintended by three inspectors choseu by vote among the stock holders (not directors) present ou the day of elec tion. The directors thus elected, shall, at their first meeting, choose (by a majority of the whole board) one from among themselves as president of this corporation, ana one us vice president. It shall be the duty of the president to preside at all meetings of the board. In case of his absence or inability to ai t. the vice president shall perfi all the duties of the president, aud be vested with the same powers. At all meetings of stockholders for the election of directors or tor other purposes, each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote (either directly or by proxy)for every share of the stock held l»y hitii, and for which liis name appears on the books of the corporation. ARTICLK VIII. A ma jority of the board shall constitute a quorum to transact all the business of the corporal ion, and any director who shall fail to l>e Ik* present at four consecutive meetings, without the consent of the lw>ard, shall be considered as having vacated liis office. The board shall have power to fill any vacancy that maj' occur among the directors from death resignation, absence or otherwise. The board shall elect a secretary, a treasurer and all other officers, clerks and agents of the corporation which they may deem necessary: shall define tlieir duties, fix their salaries, aiid remove them at pleasure. The board may grant (for the transaction of the business of the corporation) to committees of their own body, or to tlieir officers or agents, such low ers a» they may deem expedient, aud may also ap point agents within and without the State of Louis iana. uuder such conditions as to said board may seem proj>ei: and the 1>oard shall have full power to make by-laws, rules and regulations, and to alter aud amend the same whenever they con sider it necessary. Minutes of the proceedings of tlie Board of Di rectors shaii Ik* kept by the secretary and signed by the president. ARTICLE IX. Whenever certificates of stock are issued to stockholders, they shall be signed by the president and the secretary. All note*, drafts, checks, con tracts. ami all evidences of debt, shall also Ik* signed by the piesident and secretary. Books shall he kept open for tlie registry ami transfer of shares of the capital stock of the corporation, subject to the regulations established by the board. Transfers shall be made in said l>ooks and signed by the share holder or his attorney in fact. All transfers of stock ►hall be valid and recog nized by the corporation if signed on the back of the certificate by the shareholder and two witnesses. ARTICLE X. No stockholder iu this corj>oration shall ever be liable or responsible for the contracts or faults of the corporation, uor shall any mere informality in organization have the effect of lendering this charter null, or of exposing a stockholder to any liability beyond the amount of his stock. ARTICLE XI. Tlie liquidation of tlie affairs of the corporation shall be made by three commissioners, appointed by the stockholders frem among tlieir own members, at meeting convened for that purpose, after thirty days previous notice in two newspapers published in New Orleans. The duty of said commissioners shall be to liquidate fiually all the business ofHbe corporation, on such terms and in such manner as shall he determined at the meeting by a majority of the stockholders present or represented; and if, at any time prior to the termination of this emir ter, two thirds of all the stockholders in mmilM-r, representing two-thirds of the stock iu amount, shall at any meeting of the stockholders called for that purpose, after thirty days previous notice, for tlie liquidation of the "affairs of this corporation, aud elect commissioners, ami determine the mode and manner in which said liquidation is to Ik* made, then the liquidation shall be made immedi ately. ARTICLE XII. Tlie names of the stockholders, tlieir residence aud tlie numl>er of shares held bv each are de clared to be such as are subscribed to this act of incorporation aud set opposite each of their names respectively. The United States internal revenue stamp of five cents per sheet required by law for this act has been hereunto dulv affixed and canceled. This done aud passed iu my office, at the city of New' Orleans, aforesaid, on the day and date above written, iu the presence of Harry T. Hays and Samuel M. Burnett, witnesses of lawful age and domicbated in sain city, who hereunto sign tlieir names, together with the parties subscribing, aud me, notary. (Origiual signed) A. VAN CAMP, THOMAS F. KERR, P. B. FOUKE, Z. TAYLOR, J. R. HAST'NGS. GEORGE HERBERT. SAMUEL H. HOUSTON, A. B. SEELYE, VV. F DUNHAM. HARRY T. HAYS, S. M. BURNETT. G'ORGE W. CHRISTY. Notary Public. I hereby certify tlie foregoing to be a true copy of the origiual act of incorporation extant iu my office. In witness whereof 1 grant these pres ents under my signature and seal of office. GEORGE W. CHRISTY, Notary Public. New Orleans, Mar 27, 1871. my28 je4 11 18 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JAMES H. VEAZIE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practice lii3 profession iu Concordia aud ad joining parishes. He will also act as conunissiouer and conveyancer. Office in Newcomb building, Natchez. my30 3m d St w JAWK1NS A THAItP. (J. HAWKINS—ISAIAH THARP.) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT*AW, 1®............Commercial Place............19 NEW ORLEANS. Prompt attention given to businest In the Kate and United States Courts Ial3 fjl A. BARTLETTK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, 149.............Gravler street............. 14 a (Up stairs), JoH ly NSW ORLEANS. AUCTION SALES. By C. E. Girardey & Co. PROPERTY ON POYDRAS AND HOWARD STREETS. SALE IN PARTITION. MRS ALEXANDER TAYLOR, LATE WIDOW OF Michael Downey, vs. Hugh McCloskey, under tutor of the minors Richard James and Mary Eliza Downey. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans— No. 34.564. • gV r C ; „E. CUIRAHDEV Sc CO., AUC TIONEERS—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer— Office No. 17 Exchange Place—SA TURDAY. June 24, 1871, at twelve o'cloek M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, be tween Canal and Customhouse streets, by virtue of two judgments rendered by the honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Oiiean-, on the ninth and nineteenth days of May, 1871, will be sold by public auction, in order to effect a par tition in the above entitled matter— TWO LOTs OF GROUND, with all the buildings and improvements thereon, in the First District of this city, iu She square Inmuded by Povdras, La fayette (late Hevia), Liberty (late - St Paul) and Howard (late Giroude) streets, aud designated as lots Nos. 4 and 9 of said square. Lot No. 4 measures 26 feet 10 inches and 5 lines front ou Povdras street, by 110 feet in depth, be tween parallel lines. Tlie improvements comprise a one-story and attic frame cottage, with front gal lery, hall and three rooms; a two-story wing to the extent of six rooms (this portion damaged by fire); yard paved, bath house, hydrant, etc. The prop erty is known as No. 308 Poydras street. Lot No. 9 measures 27 feet 3 inches and 5 lines front on Howard (late Gironde) street, by 107 feet 10 inches iu depth, between parallel lines. On this lot is a one story building aud shed, known as No. 180 Howard street. Terms—One-tliird cash, the remainder at one and two years credit iu notes of the purchasers, bear ing interest of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until final payment, with tlie i»eual clause of five per cent attorney's fees iu event ot suit to enforce payment of tlie not eg, to be secured by siK*ciai mortgage and vendors lien on the property sold, the improvements to he kept insured and policies transferred to holders of notes, and pur chasers to assume payment, over and above their bids, of all taxes for 1371. Acts of sale and United States stamps, at the ex pense of the purchasers, before W. J. Castell, notary public. mv21 je3 10 17 24 ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY. LANDS IN MADISON PARISH. BY ORDER OF E. E. NORTON, ASSIGNEE. IN THE MATTER OF W. J. GOODRUM, BANK rupt—No. 540. District Court of the United States of America for the District of Louisiana. B Y C. E, GIRARBEY Sc CO., Auc tioneers — Office No. J7 Exchange place— THURSDAY. July 6. 1371, at twelve o'clock M., at the Mercliants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Cnstoni house streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of 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 twenty-ninth of April, 1871. and rendered iu the aiwve entitled matter, will be sold by pnblic auction, the following det-cribed pro|**rty, lauds situated iu Madison parish, and owned by W. J. Good rum, bankrupt, jointly with his mother, Mrs. Dionisia J. Goodrum, to wit— 1 The fractional southeast quarter of section seventeen, containing 146 35-100 acres. The east half of northwest quarter of section twenty, con taining 80 17-100 acres. The west half of northwest quarter of section twenty, containing 80 17-100 acres. The east half of northeast quarter of sec tion nineteen, containing 80 45-100 acres, and tlie fractional northeast quarter of section twenty, township seventeen, range twe ve east, making in all 526 44-100 acres, situated in township seventeen, range twelve east, land district north of Red river, Louisiana, it being tbe same land transferred by Jesse Couch. J. W. Couch, Sarah V. Puller, Reliecca Couch and James J. Puller to Albert A. batte and Dionisia J. Goodrum. by deed of date February 1, 1847, the inteiest of said Batte having subse quently been transferred aud sold to W. J. Goodrum. 2. Also, the following tract, owned by W. J. Goodrum. liankrupt, jointly with his mother. Mrs. I). J. Goodrum. to wit: The fractional west half of northwest quarter of section twenty-one. in town ship seventeen north, range twelve east, laud dis trict north of Red river, Louisiana, contnining forty-five acres, it being the same land transferred bv deed of date twent v-second of November. 1860, to these parties by Thomas Batte, of Davidson county, State of Tennessee. Also, northeast quar ter of southwest quarter of section fourteen, township seventeen north, range twelve east, in land district north of Red river, Louisiana, con taining 39 96 100 acres, entered by Albert A. Batte and Dionisia J. Goodrum, aud the interest of the said Batte subsequently transferred to W. J. Good rum. 3. Also the southwest fractional quarter of sec tion twenty-two, north of Willow bayou, in tow n ship seventeen north, range twelve east, district of land* north ot R*-d river, Louisiana, containing 97 10-lun acres, it beidg tlie same land entered by Albei t A. Batte and Y\ . J. Goodrum, on the seventh day of May, 1856. All of the above lands are owned by W. J. Go«m 1 riun, joiutly with his mother. Dionisia J. Good ruin, aud are all situated in the land district north of Red rivet, Louisiana, in the parish of Madison, Louisiana. The decree of court ordering the sale of the above described property directs that the same be freed from all incumbrances, and the assignee, acting as the officer of the court, will convey only such title as i3 in him vested by the assignment in bank ruptcy, and by the aforesaid order of court. Tlie taxes oil said property not having been paid, and the assignee not knowing how much there may Ik* due therefor, the purchaser to assume the payment of all taxes the property may ow e up to the day of sale, over and above tlie price of adjudi cation. Terms—Cash on the spot at the momeut of adju dication. Acts of sale, together with the United States in ternal revenue sTamps attached, at tin* expense of the purchaser, before M. Geruon, notary public. jel5 29 jv6 PLANTATION IN RICHLAND, FORMERLY CAR ROLL PARISH, LOUISIANA. ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY. BY ORDER OF E E. NORTON, ASSIGNEE. IN THE MATTER OF THOMAS \V. WATTS BANK rupt»-No. 1033. United States District Court. Y C'e E. (slKAKDKY Sc CO., Auc tioneers—Office No. 17 Exchange place— THUBS 1 ' .Tulv 6 1871 at tw a* 1 v-a* o'nlool- M at tl.r. Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of New* Orleans, by virtue of and pursuant to an order of tlie Hon. E. H. Durell, Judge of the District Court of the United States of America for the District of Louisiana, sitting in lauikniptcy, dated ninth June, 1871, and rendered in the above entitled matter, will he sold at auction, the fol lowing described property, to wit— A TRACT OF LAND, situated in Richland, for merly Carroll parish, Louisiana, being sections twenty-six, twenty-seven and thirty-four, township seventeen, north of range eight east, north of Red river, containing 1919 acres of land, more or less, together witli all the farm buildings, houses, auu iuiprovemeuts thereon. The decree ot tlie court ordering the sale of the above described property directs that the same Ik* freed from all iiicuinorances, and the assignee, act ing as the officer of tlie court, will convey only such title as is in him vested by the assignment in bank ruptcy, and by the aforesaid order of court. Tlie taxes not having been paid, and the assignee not know ing liow much there may be due therefor, the purchaser to assume tlie payment of all tlie taxes that the property may owe up to the day of sale, over and at>ove the price of adjudication. Terms—Cash ou the spot iu United States treas ury notes, at the time of adjudication. Act of sale, together with the United »States in ternal revenue stamps, at the expense* of the pur chaser, before M. Geruon, notary public. ^^^^ By H. M. & B. J. Montgomery, FURNITURE. PIANOS, CARPETS, ETC., AT AUCTION. B Y R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY-R. M. MONTGOMERY, Auctioneer—Will be sold ou every SATURDAY, TUESDAY, and THURSDAY, at the Old Auction Mart, 87 Camp street, at eleven 0 A°GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF NEW and SEC OND-HAND FURNITURE, such as Rosewood Mahogany and Walnut Bedsteads, Amioirs, Bu. reaus, Washstands, Parlor Furniture, Marble Top Centre Tables, Carpets, French Plate Mirrors, Mattresses, Cooking Stoves, etc. ALSO. A large invoice of Cottage Beds, Cane and Wood Seat Chairs. Also, Upright and Square Piauoa of Pleyel, Far re and other manufactories. ALSO, AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW FURNITURE of all description at private sale. TflriSfl—Cash uo9 AUCTION SALES. By C. E. Girardey & Co. CHOICE CANAL STREET PROPERTY, CORNER OF JOHNSON STREET. SUCCESSION OF OCTAVE H. DESFORGES. C. M. TARUT, TUTOR, y S- Ma - AJ,D MRS - H ' ROLLING. SALE IN PARTITION. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, No. 34,483. B y c. e. girardey a to., auc tioueers—Nicholas J. Hoey, auctioneer— Office No. 17 Exchange place.— SATURDAY, June 24, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, ou Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, by virtue of a judg ment of the honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, rendered Mav 19, 1871, in the above eutitled matter, will be sold by public auction, iu order to eft'eet a partition, the following described property, to wit— TWO LOTS OK GROUND iu the First District ot this city, in tlie square bounded by Canal, Jack son (now* Gasquet). Prieur and Joliusou streets, designated as lots Nos. 9 aud 10 on a plan annexed to an act before Theo. Guvol, notary public, on May 29, 1357. Said lots adjoin each other, and measure as follows, in American measure, to wit; Lot No. 9 has 29 feet 8 iuehes aud 7 lilies front on Canal streei. by 159 teet 10 inches and 3 lines in depth, between parallel liues; and lot No. 10 has 29 feet 9 inches aud 4 lines frout on Canal street, by 159 feet 10 inches aud 3lines iu depth and front on John son street .and forming the corner of Cana 1 aud Jolni bou streets. Tlie improvements on said lot com prise a small one-story house on the rear of the lots, curb and brick banquettes ou both streets and lots under a good fence. Terms of sale—^Two-eighths in cash, and the re maining six-eighths on a credit of one, two and three years in notes of the purchaser bearing inter est of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until final payment, with penal clause of five i>er cent attorney's lees, in event of suit to enforce payment of the noies, and secured by s|K*cial mort gage and vendor's Men on the property sold, and purchasers to assume payment of all taxes for the year 1871. Acts of sale ami United States stamps at the ex pense ot the purchaser, before A. Doriocomt. notary public. my23 je3 10 17 24 By G. De Feriet. COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSE, NO. 157, FORMING THE CORNER OF CLAIBORNE ^ND ST. ANN STREETS. THERESA DUMONTIER, WIFE OP LEOPOLD GUICHARD, VS. THE MINOR ALTHIE DC SALK TO EFFECT A PARTITION. gY G. DE FERIET, A UCT IONEER—OFFICE No. SO Royal street.—THURSDAY', July 20, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the Royal Street Auc tion Exchange, at the corner of Conti and Royal streets, will be sold by public auction, by virtue of a judgment rendered by the Hon. Louis Duvig ueaud, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated June 15,1871, the following TSS&mft OF GROUND, situated in the faubourg Treme of this city, in the square bounded by Claiborne, St. Ann, Derbiguy aud Dumaine streets, designated as lor No. 24, in square No. 75 on a plan drawn by A. Bourgerol, in January. 1839; said lot having, iii American measure, 3l' leet 7 inches and lour lines front on Claiborne street, by 95 feet 10 inches in depth aud front ou St. Ann street, of which it forms the corner, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, which consist ot a one story house, containing four rooms, two cabinets, closed gallery, and two rooms in the attic: a two-story kitchen, containing two rooms below, and two a1>ove: two cisterns, well, privy, and the yard is paved with bricks. Terms—One-half cash, aud the balance on a credit of one year in a note secured W special mortgage, aud Waring interest at the rate of eight per Ceut per annum, from day of sale till paid; the buildings to be kept insured against the risks of fire until final payment of said note, aud in case of suit ter the recovery of said note the purchaser shall pay the attorney's fees, say five per cent on the amount of said note, and interest. Act of sale, together with United States internal revenue stamps attached, before O. Drouet, at -the expense of purchaser. j**13 24 jyl 8 15 20 COMFORTABLE TENEMENT CORNER OF WASH INGTOX AVENUE AND GOODCHILDREN OR ST. CLAUDE STREETS. SUCCESSION OF JOHN HENDERSON—No. 34.562. B'n G. DE FERIET. AUCTIONEER—OFFICE No. 50 Royal street—THURSDAY. June 22,1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the Royal Street Auction Exchange, late Bank of Louisiana, corner of Royal and Conti streets, will lie sold hv public auction, by virtue of an order front tlie jioiiornble the Judge of the Second District Court for tlie parish of Or leans. dated May 16, 1371, the following described real estate, viz— A LOT OF GROUND in the Third District of this city, in the square hounded by Washington avenue, Goodchildren or St. Claude. Morales and Music Btreets, measuring 33 feet 9 inches and 7 lines front on Goodchildren street, by 75 feet 2 inches and 4 lines in depth and front on Washingt avenue. The buildings and improvements consist of a comfortable wooden tenement, containing two rooms, side gallery and kitchen new cistern and privy, and carriage entrance ou side. Terms—One lialf cash, balance on a credit of one year, in a note or notes secured by special mort gage and vendor's lien. and bearing eight per cent Interest per annum from the day of sale until final payment, the buildings to lee kept insured, poiiey transferred, and the mortgage to embrace the clause of five per ceut attorney's commission in case of suit. Act of sale, with United States internal revenue stamps attached, before W. J. Castell. notary ptib'ic, at purchaser's expense. m v20 27 je3 if) 17 22 FURNITURE! FURNITURE! FURNITURE! SUCCESSION OF JOHN H. WILLIAMS—NO. 34,522. B y g. de feriet. auctioneer, office No. 50 Roval street.—WEDNESDAY, June 21,1871 at eleven o'clock A. M., will be sold ou the premises No. 43 Piety street, between Moreau aud Dauphine streets, Third District, by virtue of an order from the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated June 6, 1871. the following described furniture, to wit— A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FIF.NITL'RE, consisting of sofas, chairs, centre table, curtains, carpets, rugs, clock and mantel or naments. mirrors, what-nots, vases, pictures, hat racks, oil cloths, bureaus, liedsteads, amioirs. towel racks, sideboard, dining table, lounges, easy chairs, lamps, shades. ALSO, Stove and conking utensils, scales. Moss press, truck, one small desk, etc. Terms—Cash on the spot. je8 10 17 21 FURNITURE! FURNITURE ! FURNITURE! SUCCESSION OF JOSEPH VINCENT—NO. 34,507. B y g. Office DE FERIET. AUCTIONEER. No. 50 Royal street—WEDNESDAY, June 21, 1871, at eleven o'clock A. M., will be sold on the premises, No. 67 St. Peter street, between Royal and Bourbon streets, Second District, by virtueof an order from the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated June 1, 1871, the following de scribed furniture, to wit— A General Assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE, sncli as chairs, tables, curtains, carpets, rugs, clock and mantle ornaments (real bronze), mirrors, bedsteads, washstands, extension dining tables, cornices, etc. ALSO, Glass and crockery ware, stove and cooking utensils, etc. Terms—Cash on tli ' spot. je3 '0 17 21 IMPROVED PROPERTY, NO. 202 UNION STREET BETWEEN PROSPER AND SOLIDELLE STREETS. SUCCESSION OF MARIE LOUISE JEAN LOUIS, B \ G. DE FERIET, AUCTIONEER-OFFICE No. 5o Royal street—SATURDAY, June 24 1871, at twelve o'clock M„ at the Roval Street Auction Exchange (late Bank of Louisiana), corner Royal and Conti streets, will be sold by public auc tion. by virtue of an order from tbe Hon. Louis Duvigneaud. Judge ot the Second District Court for the parish ot Orleans, dated Mav 22, 1871, the fol lowing described real estate, belonging to said succession, viz— ® • A LOT OF GROUND, with the buildings and im proven,euts tliereou, in the Third Dmnct of this roty, in the iqoare bounded hv Union, Prosper Bagatelle or Bourbon and Solidelle streets, measur: ,, uu lt su v rt! 30 feet tront on Union street b V , 15 de P tb i between parallel lines, brnromp aud improvements consist of a small wooden house, Ne. 202 Union street, contain ing two rooms; a backbuilding, containing two rooms; shed, privy, small cistern, well etc. Terms-Cash mUnited States treasury uotes. Act ot sale, with Uulted States internal revenue stamps attached, before Edward Barnett, notarv public, at purchaser's expense. J U1J24 23 J e3 10 17 24 AUCTION SALES. By S. Guinault. IN THE MATTER OF FRANCISCO PARODI, AN INTEP.DICTED PERSON. B Y 8. GUINAULT. AUCTIONEER-OFFICE corner Exchange allev and Bienville street SATURDAY. July 1, 1871, will be sold, at twelve o'clock M.. at the Royal Street Auction Exchange, corner of Couti and Royal streets, by virtue of au order from the honorable the Second District Gourt tor tne parish of Orleans, dated May A LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Third Dis trict of this city, in square bounded by Gooff children. Love. Frenchmen and Union streets, measuring 30 feet trout cm Goodchildren street by 120 feet iu depth, French measure, together with all the iuiprovemeuts thereon. Terms—Cash. Act of sale before William H. Seymour notary public, at the expense of the purchaser, including United States stamps and the tax* a for 1810 and 1871. tuy31 je3 15 22 jyl SUCCESSION OF JEAN MAUMUS—NO. 33,400. B y s. guinault, AUCTIONEER-OFFICE corner of Exchange alley and Bienville street— SATURDAY. July 8. 1871. will be sold, at 12 M , at the Roval Street Auction Exchange, corner ot Conti and Roval streets, by virtue of an order from tne honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated March 10, 1810— A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with the ouild iujrs and improvements thereon, situated iu the faubourg Trenie., Second District ot this city, iu square No. 31, comprised between Marais. Conti, Vi Here and St. Louis streets, aud having. Aiueiicau measure, 43 feet 10inches in trout ou Marais street, by a depth of 50 feet 11 inches a* d 2 lines on Couti street—together with a two-story brick house, with a veranda on both streets, and con taming three rooms and hall on the ground floor. The corner room is larger than tlie two others, being used as a stor**. Three rooms, laud ing and back gallery on the second floor. Two other two-storv brick buildings adjoining the above, one built ou Marais street, aud having three rooms witli an entrai.ee door; the other having four looms, double two story brick privy, two hydrants, etc., the whole divided iuto two tenements. The whole agreeably to a plan to be exhibited at the Exchange. Terms—Two thousand ($2600) dollars cash, and the balance at a credit of one, two aud three years from the day of sale, in notes or coupons, if re quired to suit the convenience of the vendors for their respective shares, drawn by the purchaser to liis own order and by him indorsed, tearing interest at eight per cent per annum from date until tiuai payment, payable at the Bauk of America, iu this city, secured by vendor's privilege and mortgage on tbe property sold: the purchaser to assume, be sides the price of adjudication, the payment of taxes of the iunnmg year, 1871, to keep constantly insured against the risk of tire, up to the amount of .-aid notes, and so until their fiual payment, the buildings erected ou said property; to transfer tlie jiolicv of insurance to the tutrix of said minors, for their benefit; aud the put chaser to pay also all lawyer's fees, at the rate of ten per cent, in case judicial proceedings should become necessary to recover the amount of said notes. Act of sale before Joseph Cuvillier, notary pub ic, at tlie expense of the purchaser, including tbe UnKed States stamps. je4 13 21 29 jyl By Neville Sc Van Solingen. MORTGAGE NOTES, SWAMP LANDS, LOUISIANA 8TATE BANK STOCK, BANK OF LOUISIANA STOCK AND NOTES, ONE IRON CHEST AND ONE DESK. SUCCESSION OF JUAN Y DE EGANA. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans— Ne. 16,632. B Y NEVILLE Sc VAN SOLINGEN, Auc tioneers — office, No. 171 Gravier street— WEDNE>DAY, July 5, 1871, at twelve o'clock M.. at tbe Merchants and Auctioneers Exchange, on Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, will be sold at public auction, by virtue of an order from the Hon. Louis Duvigueaud. Judge ot the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated May 19, 1871, docket No. 1*5.632, the following described property, belonging to the suc cession of Juan y de Egana— Ail and singular the RIGHT, TITLE and INTER EST of the late Juan y de Egana, or his succession, in ami to: 1. A judgment of the Fourth District Court of New Orleans, rendered June 2 U, 1866. in suit No. 16.770, entitled Charles Baquie and John G. Gaiues, Syndics, vs. Trasimon Landry, against the defendant, for $80,250, with interest" costs and fees, ns stipulated in said judgment, aud privilege and special mortgage. 2. Eleven notes ot Hugh M. Keary, amounting in the aggregate to $44,577 13. secured by mortgage, and upon which executory process hasbeen issued. upon the whole as set toi tli in suit No. 3029 of the docket of the Seventh District Court for the tiarish ot Orleans, entitled "M. J. de Lizurdi. liquidator, etc., et als vs. Hugh M. Keary," which mortgage was granted on a Certain plantation known as the ash laud plantation, situated in the parish of Rapides, ou Bayou Bieuf, containing 595 superficial arpents, being one-half of a tract of 1190 arjieuts formerly owned by H. M. Scott. 3. Twenty-tour uotes of Keary Brothers, amount ing in the aggregate to ^89,1'On. secured by mort gage, and upon which executory process has been issued, the w hole as set forth iu suit No. 3030 of the docket of the Seventh District Court for tin- parish of Orleaus, entitled "Manuel J. de Lizardi, liqui dator, etc., et al vs. Keary Brothers," which mort gage was granted ou a certain plantation know n as the North Bend plantation, situated in Rapides parish, containing aliout 1601. acres, more or less. 4. A note of Hugh M. Keary, amounting to $4003, secured by mortgage, aud upon which executory process has been issued, the whole as set forth in suit No. 31423 of the docket of the Seventh District Court for the parish of Orleans, entit'ed Manuel J. de Lizardi, liquidator, etc., vs. Hugh M. Keary, w hichmortgage was granted on a certain planta tion situated in tlie parish of Avoyelles, on Bavou du Lee, containing about 1250 acres of land. 5. The following swamp lands situated in the parish of Avoyelles, in tfrs State, in the south western district of Louisiana: West half and fractional southeast quarter of fractional section thirty-seven, township one south, range two east, and lots one and three of section thirtv-six, township one south, range two east, 572 25-100 acres. South half and northeast quarter aad east half of northwest quarter of section thirty-two, Town ship one north, range three east. 560 42-100 acres. West half aud southeast quarter of northwest quarter, aud northeast quarter of southwest quar ter of section thirty-one. township one north, range three cast. 159 92-100 acres. Lot four of section three, lots one. two, three, four, five and six of section four, and lot one of section five, township oue south, range three east, 637 acres. Lot eight of section thirty-seven, and fractional section sixtv-one, township oue south, range two east. 54 88-100 acres. These last 54 33*100 acres not confirmed to the State. ALSO, fi. Twenty-two shares of the old capital stock of the Louisiana State Bauk. certificate No. 4683. 7. Ten shares of the capital stock of the Bauk of Louisiana, certificate No. 3010. 8. Notes of tlie circulation of the Bank of Louis iana, amounting to $5196 53. ALSO On the same day, at 10 A. 51.. at the office of the auctioneers, 171 Gravier street, One iron chest. One desk. Terms—Cash. mv30 31 je3 10 17 24 j v 5 By Sheris Sauvinet. SUCCESSION OF THE LATE PETER H. OLDIS, Deceased. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans— No. 34,022. B Y \ IRTl t OF AND IN OBEDIENCE TO AN order of sale rendered May 25. 1371 o me "reeled by the honorable the Second Di» '! ur! !? r Fan all of Orleans, iu the above entitled matter, I will proceed to sell at public auc tion, at the Merchants aud Auctioneers' Exchange Rojal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, m the Second District of this ipl ,'?^ FRIDAY, June 30, WTi. at twelve o'clock if" fi.r p;o'PtV°to 8 w , i d t- UCtt38,0n ' the '^"mg descried 1. FIVE LOTe OF GROUND, with all the building and improvements thereon, maxing part of Kev U 1 \P£,°Periy. situate at Gentillv, in thhs mrish suburb Treme: said lot, are designated by the uim V'" three, four and five of square number fourteen, bounded by Brosd. Aubrv. Orellv and Whue streets, ou a p an drawn hv Allon D'Beme. court, late surveyor, on the twelfth nf ii/.-i 1347 deposited ill the Office of Lucieu l emiaun ate a notary public iu this city, and measure in man measure, according to said plan a. foUowl Lot number one, forming the corner ol Aubrv and White streets, measures thirty-one feet 'seven inches and a halt tront on White street bTone hundred and five feet deep and front on AuW street. Lots numbers two, three, four and five &/ join each other aud measure each thirty one feet fnTi e Sv- C fe e ? V 0 "- 1 ' VIlite street, bv one hundred and five feet deep, between parallel lines. ., r' '•* *-'•* a lie i nne». Eanl property was purchased hv the late Peter fe 7 r - .act passed Ju&V DUCate1 ' U ° tar - V ' ou 'I*"twelfth P day e o'l 2. A 2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the improvements thereon, situate in the f-,,,Li,V Treme, Third District of this clL, making 'art « 25 ) TOSHS-ASSS R SSI bounded'tre Broad'Aubr^Oreilv a^Whiw'^T' theortii rot L. Hermann, late a notarv public iu tli'is SIS."? JlfGSScnii' «aTJixhsi twenty-first of March "1(^6^ ° m thu Clty ' ou the Terms—Cash on the spot. "W 13 30 By Nash St Hodgson. MODEL SUBURBAN FARM, AN EIOHTY-ACRK SUGAR PLANTATION WITH A COMMODIOUS AND PRETTY RESIDENCE On the Mississippi River. ONLY SIX MILES ABOVE CARROLLTON; A Delightful Summer House, with sp'.eudid road, the city, ON LONG CREDIT AND EASY TERMS, | FOR ACCOUNT OF A FORMER PURCHASga. AT PUBLIC AUCTION. B Y NASH fit HODGSON—W. r. hodosoi Auctioneer—Office No. 1 <0 Gravier WEDNESDAY. June 21,1871. at twelve o'clock M. i tlie St. Charles Auction Exchange, for account* at the risk anil expense of J. H. Peyton, who tsjl to comply with tlie terms of an adjudication m2 to him oh tlie twenty-seventh day of Mav. l*j| a nuiiiie auction, without reserve, will be sold- I A VALUABLE SUGAR TRACT OF LAND, vr ft the improvements thereon, situated ou the k bauk of the Mississippi river, in the parish of 2 ferson, six miles above tlie city ofCarrollta which measures about two arpeuts frout noth said river, bv about forty arpeuts in d-pth.bejh about eighty arix-nts in the entire tract, qj between parallel lines, American measure, as p» : , p an made by Louis H. Pilie, surveyor, dated Mir ion 1871. The improvements consist ot a COMMODIftri AND WELL-BUILT ELEVATED FRAME COTTaS HOUSE, with large lmll in the centre, twelve^! forty feet, and some seven large rooms, ail handsomely finished, witli high ceilings, and i good order aud repair, with kitchen, negro qnq ters, stabling, good fences, etc. The l.ous. ^ about one hundred aud fifty running feet ot t«. foot gallery, aud stands about sixty by sevi-an feet, and is a delightful summer residence, and j built of tlie best cypress and material. The yard is embellished w ith choice and beaut) fill shrubbery aud shade trees; there is a di* vegetable garden ill full blast and growing eondj. tion, about fifty orange trees and about tea acta of ground planted iu cane. Inis ehanniug little" Model farm" will be sold® tiie following terms and conditions: The sum g $250o to lie paid iu cash in United States treason notes, ou tlie spot, and the balance at one andtui years, with eight per ceut interest, aud the ruia clauses for special mortgage, attorney's lees a« insurance. Act of sale before James Faliey, notary, at tin expense of the purchasers, including the srsmj aud the taxes for 1871. jell 16td ELEGANT FA5IILY RESIDENCE ON THI Corner of Third and Camp streets, WITH EIGHT LARGE, CHOICE LOTS OF GROinJ Opposite the elegant residences of Mesarx l Montgomery, W. H. Hogan. Mason Pilcher, 8»y and others. A CHARMING HOMESTEAD, WITH BEAL'TUB GROUNDS, Ou from Two to Seven Years Credit, with only St Per Cent Interest. SUCCESSION OF DUNCAN 5. HBNNHN. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans No. 29,397 B Y NASH A HODGSON-W. I. HODG8M Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Gravier street-41 SATURDAY". July 1, 1371, at twelve o'clock l at tlie St. Charles Auction Exchange, in the In* ment rotunda of tlie St. Charles Hotel, by Tins aud in pursuance of an order ot the fin Louis Duvigneaud. Judge of tlie Second Diattzi Court for tiie parish of Orleans, dated Mav i r - 1871, docket No. 29.397, for account of the suo» sion of Duncan N. Hennen, deceased, at pub! auction, will be sold— EIGHT LARGE AND CHOICE LOTS OF GROINS together with tlie buildings aud improvt-mett thereon, situated in the Fourth District of this ur in the square bounded by Camp, Third. Fourth* Chestnut streets, designated as Nos. 1 to 3. inek sive. aud measure as follow s, to w it: Lots Nos. It 4 adjoin each other and measure ea>-h 31 feet fr*s on Third street, by a depth of 127 feet, lot Nail forming the corner of Camp and Third stnvi Lots Nos. 5 to 8 adjoin eaeh other aud the alW described lots in their rear, aud measure each*!" teet front on Fourth street, by a depth of 127INU lot No. 5 forming tlie corner of Fourth and t'amK streets; all lietweeu parallel lines, Americas tn ure. according to a plan made hv Louis H. Pih surveyor, dated June —, 1871. Tim improvements ou lots Nos. 1 to 4 consist a well built, commodious «nd stylish aad a well built, commodious «nd stylish one aad half story elevated brick slate roof cottase r# deuce, retired from tlie street, with wide trof balcony, siffe and rear galleries, with wide ball! the centre; large aud elegant drawing and b* rooms, diniu" room, cabinets, closets, bathroa and all family conveniences for a large taioy with gas throughout. There is a two-story br* slate roof rear building, with kitchen.'ironfr room, servant*!' rooms; also a two-story brick sla root carriage house, with all necessary depends cies. wash-house, chicken houses, three large© terns, etc. The grounds are haudsamely laidM flagged, aud embellished with choice shrubbti fruit and shade trees; the whole in good orderH repair. Lots Nos. 5 to 8 are vacant, except used as nursery, and will form together one of A choicest building sites in the city. This charming and valuable propertv wiilk soid in block on the following desirable Terms aud conditions—The purchaser will sms the sum of $6658 37, due ou the twentieth dan September. 1373; tlie sum of $6653 37, due out* sixteenth day of September, 1374, and the sum* i $*653 37, due on the nineteenth day of March,ifl L with interest at tlie rate of six j>er ceut peranum trorn June 1. 1871; the interest to be paid annual , on the first of June in each year until the prinet " pais become due, and for the balance, cash i*' United States treasury notes, on the spot. TJ purchaser will be required to keep the premi* insured tor a sum not less than $12,000, aud' transfer the policy to the vendor. Act of sale Before George W. Christy, notary the expense of the purchaser, iucludiug the staap and t.ie taxes for the current vear 1871. my31 je 10 17 24 jyl By A. Huston. HOUSES AND MULES. Tri weekly sales of fine saddle and harness lions work mules, top and opeu baggies, liarnt* etc., at auction. B Y A. HUSTON, AUCTIONEER -OFFiCi No. 199 Giavier street—Will be sold * TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY of ev$r week, at eleven o'clock A. 31., at stables corueri Gravier and Baroune streets— Fine saddle and harness HORSES and MAH* good work MULES, new and second-hand tops* open buggies, wagons, etc. Out door sales $ tcuded to. Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes jel lm By J. B. Walton. STOCKS AND SCRIP. BANK OF A5IERICA, LOUISIANA STATE BAfl CRESCENT CITY RAILROAD, SIX PER CB BOND OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, Ml CHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPJ SCRIP. SUCCESSION OF EDWARD SHINKLE DECEtSi Second District Court for tlie parish of Oile*» No. 32,395. V\ " ALTON, AUCTIONEER—OFF® ,,-T, "J- ,bi Common street—WEDNESDAY. June 1 tiL'L t - weive °'thick M.. at the St. CharlesAf B ' ai M. I nai'iea ** ^^change, basement rotunda et the St. Char* rtf Jf, iL V Vlr , t * le and in pursuance of a judgm^ 1 * rtf $r/' iT* 7 »uu m pursuance ot a.judging tv a,*; i tlieS«-cond District Court f° r lB * palish ot Ormans, iu tlie matt.-r ot Mrs. KiizabeK tv.',, iu me mailer ol -Mrs. r.nzic'", Slunkle, witeof Amandins Brvde, vs. Feiicite Sb* Lie, natural tutrix, et al, No.'32,895 of the docket<1 tlie court, will he sold by public auction— . t Twenty-five Shares of tlie Capital Stock oi *j Crescent City Railroad Compauv Fifteen Shares Capital Stock Louisiana Sta«| Bauk, old stock, equal to two shares aud 55-100ol § feliare of stock of the State National Bank of pet tbe fractional share redeemable by d* bank for $o5. Twenty Shares Capital Stock Bank of Amen<* . A*, the above ex-oividends declared to the day 0 * Scrip of the Merchants' Mutual Insurance Co*' ko. 2110, year 1363............ .......>IJ No. 15, G. year 1364... ................ .. 1429, year 1865...................... If' No. 2004. year 1866....... if 1 No. 1390, year 1867........ fi No. 1060. year 1868....... fil 0- 888, year 1869..............................£'! Aii the above with tlie accrued interest. and advantage of collecting the years that am*•*I being pard in cash. i A Bond for One Thousand Dollars of the Lomaiajia, known as a six per cent Levee Bjf*| "'SoodAy Beuj. F. Flauders, Governor, dated -r- w " It ' 1 the coupons from November 1, IU1- I l errns—Cash ou the spot at the time of adifi® U ? n ii> iV?, n ?. fers made the day after the sale. IC-iv 17