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AUCTION SALES.
By C. E. Girardey ft Co.
SIXTEEN VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS NEARLY
OPPOSITE THE JACKSON RAILROAD DEPOT
AND THE NEW CANAL.
SUCCESSION OF THE LATE HENRY FASSMAN.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 30,149.
B V C. K. GIRARDEY A CO., Auc
tioneers. Nicholas J. Boer, Auctioneer—Office
No 17 Exchange Place—SATURDAY. August 19,
1871 at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal
and Customhouse streets, in the city of New Or
leans, will be Bold at public auction, by virtue and
in pursuance of an order Iroin the Hon. Louis
Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second District Court for
the parish of Orleans, dated July 10, 1871, and ren
dered in the alrove entitled matter, the following
described aud valuable property, to wit—
SIXTEEN LOTS OF GROUND, situated in
the First District of this city, in the square
bounded by Calliope, Kuplirosine, Solis and
Maunsel streets, designated by the Nos. 11 to
26 inclusive. Lots Nos. 11, 12 and 13 adjoin each
other, aud measure each 29 feet front on Maunsel
street, bv 126 feet 7 inches and 2 lines in denth; lots
Nos 14 15 and 16 adjoin, ami measure each 29 feet
front on Solis street, by 126 feet 7 inches and 2 lines;
lots Nos. 17,18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 measure each 25 feet
:i inches and 6 lines front on Kuplirosine street, by
116 feet 4 inches aud 3 lines in depth; lots Nos. 23,
24, 25 and 26 adjoin each other, aud measure each
25 feet 3 inches ami 7 lines frort on Euphrosine
street, by 116 feet 4 inches aud 3 'mes in depth: lot
No. 17 forms the corner of Kupkjfisine and Maunsel
streets.
These lots are situated near*y opposite the Jack
sou railroad depot, and wit'* in one square of the
New canal, and the great trade of both these
leading channels; adapted for buildings of every
description. .
Terms—One-half cash; balance at twelve months
credit, for notes of the purchasers, aud by them
Jadors d, secured by mortgage on the property,
hearing interest at the A-ate of eight per cent per
annum from the day of<^ a j ( . uutil final payment;
tne mortgage to couta tn the usual five per cent
attorney's fee binding the purchasers to
pay in event of sjfct to enforce payment of the
the taxes for the year 1871,
>unt of the bid.
r with all the United States
e expense of the purchasers,
v public.
jy 19 29 au5 12 19
notes, and assume
in addition to the
Acts of sale, togetl
Stamps attached, at
before R. J. Ker, uotj
ONE HUNDRED S
STREET R
RES OF THE ST. CHARLES
LROAD COMPANY'S STOCK.
C <r ^MON OF THE LATE HENRY HART.
bd District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 33,195.
Y C. E. GIRARDEY A CO., AUC
"ueers—Nicholas J. Hoev, Auctioneer—Office
e Place—SATURDAY, July 29. 1871,
1 M., at the Merchants aud Auction
on Royal street, between Canal
_ streets, will be sold at public
due and in pursuance of an order
L. Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second
or the parish of Orleans, dated the
y, 1871, and rendered in the above
'r—
ED SHARES of the capital stock of
ia Street Railroad Company, *50 per
i Id United States treasury notes.
28 29
JABLE BATTURE PROPERTY
IN THE FOURTH DISTRICT.
PARTITION SALE.
E. DEVLIN ET EL., VS. SUCCESSION OF
JAMES B. TAYLOR.
_ond District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 34,530.
B y c. e. girardey a eo., auc
tioners—Nicholas J. Hoey. aueetioneer—Office
No. 17 Exchange Place—SATURDAY. August 19,1871.
at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal
and Customhouse streets, in the city of
New Orleans, by virtue of a judgment in par
tition rendered,' by the honorable the Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled matter, dated the seventeenth July,
1871, the following described valuable property,
to wit—
GROUND, with all the improve
tlie Fourth District of
EIGHT LOTS
ments
tliis ci
bound
sown as square M, and
loiipitoiilas, public road
pth and Eighth streets,
> wit:
designated by the Nos. 1
r, and measuring each
|int on Water street, and
Tchoupitoulas street,
r of Eighth and Water
feet 6 inches 6 lines on
a. 1 and 2; and lot No. 2
i and 6 lines en the di
i and 6 lines en the di
1 3 A.
joining the lots above
by the Nos. 1 A, 2 A, 3 A
join each other, and
hes 1 is lines front on
(creasing from 61 feet 11
Ion lines of lot No. 2, to
l-ri lines on the division
and 4 A adjoin each
i feet and 2k lines front
; depths increasing from
a lines on the division
T.eet 4 inches and 7 lines on
fit A 8.
djoming each other, and
fed and designated bv the
and measure each 52 feet
on Water street; 52 feet
on Tchoupitoulas street,
depth of 126 feet 9 inclies
sion line of lots 2 A and 4 A,
l 5 lines on the division of
t A R having a depth of 132
i ou the lower division line
The whole forming tin
square; and will be sold
e vendors in the batture
the original title as front
lird cash, and the remainder
A, red it, in notes of the pur
It of eight per cent per an
ile until final payment, and
Jfirtgage and vendor's lien,
rof live per cent attorney's
'o enforce payment of any of
Bers to assume payment of
J1871.
Juier with the United States
[use of the purchasers before
jy!8 29 au5 12 19
INITURE, ETC., AT AUCTION
SION OF H. G. McCOMAS.
Court for the parish of Orleans,
No. 34.670.
GIRARDEY A CO.-NICHO
lloev, auctioneer—Office No. 17 Ex
I—FRIDAY, July 28, 1871. at 104* A.
fid at auction at the dwelling No. 109
Itween Annunciation and Chippewa
virtue and in pursuance of an order
Ion. L. Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second
furt for the parish of Orleans, dated the
uly, and rendered in the above entitled
lal assortment of Parlor, House, Bed
I Kitchen FURNITURE, PERSONAL EF
ft., aud also four pairs of very flue Lace
P'ash before delivery. jyl8 19 26 27 28
By A. Huston.
HOUSES AND MULES.
ek'.y sales of fine saddle and harness horses
ork mules, top and open baggies, harness
c., at auction.
A. HUSTON, AUCTIONEER — OFFICE
No. 199 Giavier street—Will be sold on
aSDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY of every
3k, at eleven o'clock A. M., at stables corner of
avier and Baronne streets—
ine saddle and harness HORSB8 and MARES,
od work MULES, new and second-hand top and
en buggies, wagons, etc. Out door sales at
uded to.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes,
jel lm
By Charles E. Fortier.
SUCCESSION OF H. J. GILDEMESTER.
Second District Court for the pariah of Orleans,
No. 34,746.
B Y CHARLES E. FORTIER, AUCTIONEER.
Office No 25 hxchange place—MONDAY.
July 31,1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., will be sold on the
premises, corner of Marais street and Carondelet
walk, by virtue of an order from the honorable
the Second District Court for the parish of Or
leans, dated July 25,1871—
STORK FIXTURBS, weights, measures, and all
and singular the contents of the stare corner of
Marais street and Carondelet walk.
Also, ONE MULE AND CART.
Terms—Cash in United States tresenr? attes.
jy26 28 30
AUC TION SALES,
By Charles E. Fortier.
VALUABLE PROPERTY ON FORTIN STREET.
SUCCESSION OF CHARLES P. BOUTTE.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 34.378.
B Y CHARLES E. FORTIER. AUCTIONEER.
Office, No. 25 Exchange place—SATURDAY
August 12, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, will he
sold, by virtue of an order from the Hon. Louis
Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second District Court
for tne parish of Orleans, dated eleventh July,
1871 the following described property—
A CERTAIN LOT OP GROUND, with the improve
ments thereon, situated in the Faubourg Pout
chartrain. in this city, designated by the No. 54.
and measuring 30 feet front on Fortin street, by a
depth of 134 feet, all French measure, aud between
parallel lines.
Terms—One half cash, and the balance at one
year credit, with note bearing eight |*-r cent in
terest from date until paid, secured by special
mortgage on the property sohi, together with the
usual <dause of five i»er cent attorney's fees in
event of said note not Wing paid
Act of sale before K. G. Gottschalk, notary pub
lic, at the expense of the purchaser, including
United States stamps. _ jy 13 22 29 au5 12
VALUABLE THREE-STORY BRICK STORE,
NO. 319 OLD LEVEE STREET,
BETWEEEN HOSPITAL AND BARRACKS STREETS.
SALE TO EFFECT A PARTITION.
MRS. CLEMENTINE LEMANE, WIFE OF PIERRE
SCHSELLER, AND MRS. EMILIA LEMANE
WIFE OF JOSEPH BERDEftER, VS. HENRI
LEMANE, TUTOR, AND MRS. MARIE LA
FARGUE, WIDOW LEMANE, ETC.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans,
No. 34,384.
B
Y CHARLES E. FORTIER, AUCTIONEER,
_ Office No. 25 Exchange place—SATURDAY.
August 26. 1871, at twelve o'clock M., at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on
Royal street, between Canal aud Customhouse
streets, will be sold at public auction, by virtue
of a judgment reudered by the Hou. Louis Du
vigueaud, Judge of tlie Second District Court for
the palish of Orleans, on the lirst of June, 1871, and
signed on the sixth of June, 1871, the following de
scribed property—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with
the buildings aud improvements thereon, situated
iu the Second District of this city, in the square
bounded by Old Levee, Hospital, Barracks and
Conde streets, designated by the No. 5 ou a plan
drawn by A. Billard, deposited in the office of A.
Ducatel, notary public, as plan No. 37 of the book
of plans No. 6; said lot of ground measuring
(American measure) 21 feet 1 inch front on Old
Levee street, bv 160 feet in depth, between parallel
lines, aud 21 feet 46 line width in the rear, and
fronting on an alley for the common use oi said lot
and others. The improvements cbnsist of a three
story brick store, with veranda, and bears the
No. 319 Old Levee street.
Terms—Five-sixths cash in United States treas
ury notes, aud the remaining sixth ou a credit of
one and two years, in notes of the purchaser, drawn
and indorsed bv himself, bearing eight per cent in*
terest per annum from date of sale until tiual pay
ment, to be secured by special mortgage aud ven
dor's lieu and privilege ou the property sold: the
purchaser, on failure to pa v tlie notes at maturity,
to pay attorney's fees, at the rate of live per cent,
in case of suit; the buildings aud improvements to
lie kept insured up to tlie anionnt of the notes, and
the policies of insurance transferred to Henri Le
mane.
Act of sale before Joseph Cuvillier, not ary pub
lie, at the expense of the purchaser, including
stamps. j>'22 au2 12 19 26
SALE TO EFFECT A PARTITION.
VALUABLE PROPERTY, NOS. 266 AND 262 CHAR
TRES (LATB CONDE) STREET, BETWEEN
ST. PHILIP AND URSULINE8 STREETS.
SUCCESSION MRS. MAGDALENA WALICK, DE
ceased wife of Bernard Redler,
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 34,431.
B Y CHARLES E. FORTIER. AUCTION
eer—Office No. 25 Exchange place—SATURDAY,
August 19, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., at tlie Merchants
aud Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, be
tween Canal and Customhouse streets, will he
sold, by virtue of an order from the Hon. Louis
Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second District Court
for the parish of Orleans, dated fifteenth July,
1871, the following described property—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in tlie
Second District of this city, in the square com
prised within Conde (now Chartres). Levee, St.
Philip aud Ursulines street, measuring, English
measure, 33 feet 8 inches front on said Chartres
street by 109 feet 7 inches deep: together with all
tlie buildings and improvements thereon, all tlie
rights, ways, servitudes and privileges thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertaining. The house
bears ihe Nos. 260 and 262 Chartres (late Conde)
street.
Xerms—Cash, in United States treasury notes, the
purchaser to assume, over aud above his bid, all tlie
taxes for the year 1871.
Act of sale before James D. Augustin, notary
C ublie. at tlie expense of the purchase, including
uited States stamps. jy!8 29 au5 12 19
By Louis Stem & Bros.
EIGHT HUNDRED CASES BOOTS, SHOES AND
BROGANS.
B Y LOl'IS STERN & BROS.-M. STERN,
Auctioneer—On FRIDAY', July 28. 1871. at 10
o'clock A. M., at their salesroom No. 16 Chartres
street, will be told without limit or reserve—
800 CA8ES BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS, com
§ rising an assortment suitable for men's, boys', la
ies'. misses* and childrens' wear, and suitable foi
city and country trade.
TeriH6—At sale. d©28
TeriH6—At sale. d©28
By S. Guinault.
SUCCESSION OF JEANNETTE CASTELIN—NO.
34,669.
B Y S. Gl'INACLT, AUCTIONEER-OFFICE
corner of Exchange alley and Bienville street—
SATURDAY. August 12.1871. will lie sold, at 12 M., at
the Royal Street Auction Exchange, corner of Conti
aud Royal streets, by virtue of an order from the
honorable the Second District Court for the parish
of Orleans, dated July 7, 1871—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the
new suburb Marigny, in tlie square bounded by
Claiborne, Derbigny and Annette streets and St.
Bernard avenue designated by No. 14 of square
No. 48, according to a plan made by Joseph Pilie
surveyor, dated April 29, 1838. aud deposited in the
offi« eof A. Chiapella under the number sixty-five
said lot measuring 31 feet 11 inches and 2 lines
front on Derbiguv street, by a depth of 160 feet 4
inches and 4 lilies. Together with a two story
frame house of four rooms and front gallery: an
other frame house of two rooms, well, cistern,
privy, etc.
The whole agreeably o a plan to be exhibited at
the Exchange.
Terms—One-half cash, a"d the baiance on a
credit of 6ix and twelve mouths, for notes secured
bv mortgage, and bearing eight T*r cent interest
per annum from date until paid. The purchaser to
keep the buildings insured until the full payment
of the notes furnished by him, and to pay five per
cent in case of judicial proceedings-for the recov
ery of the above notes.
Act of sale before John L. Laresche notary pub
lie, at the expense of the purchaser, including the
United States stamps, as well as the taxes for the
running 1871, aud in 1872.
running year 1871, aud in 1872.
jyl2 20 29au5 12
SUCCESSION OF FERDINAND SARRACDET.
B y s. <;rrYAUi/i\ auctioneer—office
corner of Exchange alley and Bienville street—
FRIDAY, July 28, 1871, will be sold, at 11 A. M., at
his auction salesroom, corner of Exchange alley
and Bienville street, by virtue of an order from
the honorable the Second District Court for the
parish of Orleans, dated July 18, 1871 —
*" ' ie Rocker, one Rul
paid, one Gold Watch, three
Twelve Chairs, one Rocker, one Rug. one Clock
one lot Wearing Apparel, one Gold Watch, three
Gold Buttons, one Gold Ring, one Trunk, one Car
petbag. one Pipe, etc.
petbag. one Pipe, etc.
Terms—Cash.
jy 20 2*3 28
By Sherift Sauvinet.
SUCCESSION OF THE LATE BARTHOLOMEW
COLLINS, DECEASED.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans,
No. 33,830.
B Y VIRTUE OF AND IN OBEDIENCE TO AN
order of sale, rendered July 21, 1871, to
me directed by the honorable the Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled matter, I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city, on
SATURDAY', August 5,1871, at twelve o'clock M., for
account of said succession, the following described
property, to wit—
LAND WARRANTS Nos. 124,125 and 126.
TWO CERTIFICATES OF STOCK of the Agricul
tural and Commercial Association.
TWENTY-FIVE SHARES of the Louisiana Canal
and Improvement Company.
TWO AND A HALF SHARES of the Arkansas and
Delta Railroad Company.
Terms—Cash on the spot. _
C. B. SAUVINET.
jy2$ 30 au$ Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
AUCTION SALES.
By Nash ft Hodgson.
RACING STALLION CHALMETTE
AT AUCTION.
SUCCESSION OF JAMES NELLIGAN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans,
No. 34,686.
B Y NASH dk HODGSON— W. 1. HODGSON,
Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Gravier street—On
MONDAY, July 31, 1871. at 10k A. M.. in front
of the office of the auctioneers, at No. 170 Gravier
street, by virtue and iu puisuance of an order of
the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of tlie Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated
July 19, 1871, court docket No. 34,636. for account of
the succession of James Nelligan, deceased, at pub
lic auction will lie sold—
The Brown Stallion CHALMETTE, six years of
age, and about fifteen hands high.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes,
j v20 23 30
THREE-STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, NO. 12 MARI
GNY STREET.
SUCCESSION OF JULIUS H. COHEN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 30.270.
B Y NASH dk HODGSON, W. I.HODGSON,
Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Gravier street—On
SATURDAY. August 19. 1871, at twelve o'clock, M.,
at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, in the base
ment rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, in this city,
by virtue and iu pursuance of an order of the Hon.
Louis Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second District
Court for the parish of Orleans, dated July 15,
1871, court docket No. 30.270, for account of the
succession of Julius H. Cohen, deceased, at public
auction, will be sold—
ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, with the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated in
the Third Distiict of this city, in the square
bounded by Victory, Marigny aud Elvsian Fields
streets anil the public road, measuring 19 feet 1
inch aud 6 lines front on Marigny street. 26 feet 2
inches and 4 lines in w idth in the rear, by a depth
of about 117 feet 5 inches, with the use of yard and
an alley opening ou Marigny street, all according to
a plan made by Louis H. Pilie, surveyor, dated
July—,1871.
The improvements consist of a three-story brick
building, known as No. 12 Marigny street.
Terms and Conditions—Five hundred dollars
cash in United States treasury notes, audfthe bal
ance in six equal payments at six, twelve, eighteen,
twenty-four, thirty and thirty-six months in the
notes of the purchaser, to his own order, bearing
interest at ttie Tate of eight per cent per annum
from date until final payment, with special mort
gage and vendor's privilege. The mortgage to em
brace the clause of five i»er cent for attorney's
fees in case of suit. The buildings to be kept
fully insured aud policy to be transferred to
vendor.
This property is sold subject to a lease for one
year from June 1, 1871. at $300 a year, with privi
lege ol renewai for one year at same rate.
Act of sale before Joseph Cohn, notary, at the
expense ot the purchaser including the stamps
and the taxes for 1871. jy!6 29 au6 13 19
R. N. OGDEN ET AL VS. FRANCIS S. D. OGDEN,
TUTRIX ET AL.
Second District Court, No. 15.894.
B Y NASH A HODGSON-W. I. HODGSON,
Auctioneer—<>ffi«» No. 170 Gravier street—Ou
TUESDAY. August 22. 1871. at twelve o'clock M., in
The basement r« tinidn of the St. Charles Hotel, in
this city, by vi: • and iu pursuance of a judgment
in partition, rendered July 14. 1371, by the Hon.
Louis Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second District
Court for tlie parish oi Orleans, signed July 19,1871
will l»e sold for account of the above entitled mat
ter, the following described real estate, to wit—
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND iu the Sixth
District of this city, in square bounded by Caron
delet or Apollo. General Taylor. Bacchus or Bar
oddc and Peuiston streets, forming the corner of
Carondelet and General Taylor streets, and meas
uring 103 feet front on Carondelet or Apollo street,
by a depth and front ou General Taylor street of
153 feet, together with all the buildings aud im
provements thereon, consisting of a one-story
and attic frame slated cottage, etc.
Terms of 6ale—Two thousand dollars cash, the
balance in one aud two years by notes of the pur
chaser iu two equal installments to his own order
and by him indorsed, bearing interest at the rate
of eight per cent per annum from day of sale, with
special mortgage, with vendor's privilege, until
final payment.
The mortgage to embrace the five percent at
torney's fee clause in case of suit on any portion
of tlie credit payments. The building to be kept
insured aud the police transferred to the vendors.
Act of sale, together with the United States
stamps. at the expense of the purchaser, before
Andrew Hero. Jr., notary public.
jy22 aul 8 15 22
By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS. CARPETS.
ETC.. AT AUCTION.
B y h. m. a b. j. jiontgo.iiery-r.
M. MONTGOMERY. Auctioneer—Will be sold
on every SATURDAY. TUESDAY, and THURSDAY,
at the Old Auction Mart, 87 Camp street, at eleven
o'clock—
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF NEW and SEC
OND-HAND FURNITURE, such as Rosewood
Mahoganv and Walnut Bedsteads, Armoirs, Bu
reaus. Washstands, Parlor Furniture. Marble Top
Centre Tables, Carpets. French Plate Mirrors,
Mattreesee, Cooking Stoves, etc.
ALSO.
A large Invoice of Cottage Beds, Cane and Wood
Seat Chairs. Also. Upright and Square Pianos of
Pleyei, Favre and other manufactories.
ALSO,
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW FURNITURE of
all description at private 6ale.
Terms—Cash no9
By Placide J. Spear.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON FRANCE
STREET, BETWEEN GREATMEN AND CRAPS
STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF C. SCHUMAN AND WIFE.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 34,623.
B Y PIiACIDE J. (SPEAR. AUCTIONEER—
Office 46 Exchange alley—TUESDAY, August
22,1871. at twelve o clock M., will be sold at the
St. Charles Auction Exchange, comer of St. Charles
and Common streets, by virtue aud in pursuance to
au order from the Honorable Louis Duvigneaud,
Judge of the Second District Court for the parish
of Orleans, dated July 19, 1871, for account of the
above succession, the loilowiug described prop
erty. to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated in
suburb Washington, Third District of this city, iu
the square hounded by France, Greatmen. Craps
and Mazaut streets, designated as lot No. 23, ou a
plan drawn by Puevo X Casnier, on the twenty
sixth day of April, 1845, deposited in the office of
6. de Armas, notary public, and measures, Ameri
can measure. 45 feet 8 inches and 1 line front ou
France 6treet, by a depth of 81 feet, between
parallel lines.
Terms and conditions—One-half cash, and the
balance ou a credit of one and two years, in
notes of the purchaser, hearing eight per cent in
terest per annum from the date until paid; the
improvements to be kept insured, aud policy trans
ferred: the notes to be secured by mortgage on
the propertv: the purchaser to pay all taxes tor
the year 1871 over and above the price of adjudica
tion, and the clause of five per cent for at oruey's
fees in case of judicial proceedings to he in
scribed.
Act of sale lie (pro Joseph Colin, together with
internal revenue Btarnps, etc., at the expense of
the purchaser._ jy22 29 au5 12 19 22
B
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON THIRD
STREET, BETWEEN LAUREL AND LIVE OAK
STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF MR. AND MRS. CREDO.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 34,618.
Y PLACIDE J. SPEAR, AUCTIONEER—
r Office 46 Exchange allev—TUESDAY, August 1,
71, at 12 o'clock M., will be sold at the Royal
street Auction Exchange (late Bank of Louisiana),
comer of Royal and Conti streets, by virtue of and
in pursuance of an order from the Hon. Louis
Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second District Court for
the oarish of Orleans, dated June 23, 1871, for ac
count of the above succession, the following de
scribed valuable propertv. to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with ail
the buildings and improvements thereon, situated
in the Fourth District of this city, in square No.
52. on a plan of tlie faubourg Livaudais; said square
being bounded by 1 bird, Laurel, Second aud Live
Oak streets, designated by the No. 16, on a plan
made hv Hugh Giant, late city surveyor of
Lafayette, dated May 30,1843, and deposited in the
office of L. R. Kenny, late a notary public in and
for the parish of Jetferson, in this State, for refer
ence; said lot measuring 26 feet 8 inches and 2
lines front on Third street, between Laurel and
Live Oak streets, by a depth of 111 feet 4 inches
aud 4 lines, betwtea parallel lines, American
measure.
Terms and conditions—One-half cash, and the
balance at six, twelve and eighteen months credit,
for notes bearing eight per cent interest from date
until paid, with special mortgage aud vendor's lien
and privilege, the policy of insurance transferred
to vendor, and purchasers to pay the fees of the
lawyereniploved in case of non payment of notes at
five per cent on all amounts recovered.
Acts ot sale before lolin L. Laresche, notary public,
together with internal revenue stamps, at the ex
pense of the purchaser. je29 jy6 13 20 27 aul
B
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
SUCCESSION OF C. SCHUMAN AND WIFE.
V PLACIDE J. SPEAR. AUCTIONEER—
_ Office No. 46 Exchange alley — TUESDAY,
August 1,1871, at 1 P. M-. will be sold, on the prem
ises on France street, between Greatmen and Craps
streets, by virtue and in pursuance to an order
from the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans,
dated July 19, 1871, for account of Baid succes
sion—
ONE LOT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc.
Terms—Cash. j y22 22 aul
AU0TI0N SALES.
By G. De Feriet.
SALE TO EFFECT A PARTITION,
a*
THREE VALUABLE AND DESIRABLY SITUATED
TENEMENTS, IN THE SECOND DISTRICT. AND
BEARING THE NO. 215 RAMPART STREET, BE
TWEEN DUMAINE AND ST. PHILIP STREETS,
NO. 47 DUMAINE STREET, BETWEEN ROYAL
AND CHARTRES STREETS, AND NO. 39 BAR
RACKS STREET, BETWEEN RAMPART AND
BURGUNDY STREETS.
SAMUEL DEPASS VS. MRS. ESTHER WINTER.
Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 1747.
B Y G. DE FERIET, AUCTIONEER—OFFICE
No. 50 Royal street—SATURDAY". July 29, 1871,
at twelve o'clock M., at the Royal Street Auction
Exchange, late Bank of Louisiana, corner of Royal
aud Conti streets, will be sold by public auction,
by virtue of an order from the Hon. Charles
Leaumont. Judge of the Fifth District Court for the
parish of Orleans, dated June 22, 1871, the follow
ing described real estate, viz—
1. A LOT OF GROUND, with the buildings and
improve ments thereon, situate in the Second Dis
trict of this city, in the square bounded by Ram
part, Dumaine, St. Claude aud St. Philip streets,
measuring about 35 feet front on Rampart street,
by about 85 feet in depth, between parallel lines.
The buildings and improvements consist of an
excellent one-story bouse, with brick front aud
slate roof. No. 215 Rampart street, containing 6ix
rooms and one large finished room in the attic; the
back buildings being of brick aud two stories high,
contain kitchen washroom, three servants' rooms
aud privy. There aresbesides two sheds, water
works, cistern, etc., ou tlie property.
2. ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, with the build
ings and improvements thereon, in the same dis
trict, in tlie souare bounded by Dumaine, Royal,
fct. Philip and Chartres streets, measuring about
32 feet front on Dumaine street, by about 127 feet
10 inches aud 5 lines in depth.
Tlie buildings and improvements, bearing the
Ro. 47 Dumaine street, consist of a one-story house
containing four rooms and rear gallery, a two-story
brick building in the yard, containing four rooms,
a shed, a cistern, privy, waterworks, a grape arbor,
fruit trees, etc.
3 ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, with the build
ings and improvements thereon, in the same dis
trict, in the square bounded by Barracks, Ram
part, Esplanade aud Burgundy streets, measuring
about 32 leet front on Barra* ks street, by 100 feet
2 inches, more or less, in depth, between parallel
lines.
Tlie buildings and improvements, bearing the No.
139 Barracks st reet, consist of a two-story brick tene
ment, with balcony in front and side gallery, and
containing four rooms below aud four rooms above,
privy, two sheds, cistern, etc.; also, carriage en
trance on side.
See plans at Exchange.
Terms—One-half cash in United States treasury
notes, and the balance on a credit of one year,
the purchasers to furnish their negotiable promis
sory notes for tlie oue-balr of the purchase price,
in sums suitable to effect a division, bearing eight
per cent interest per annum from date till
paid, made to their own order aud bv them in
dorsed, payable at one year from date of sale, with
special mortgage retained to secure said notes,
and five per cent attorneys' fees, in case of liti
gation, iu favor of the holders thereof, and the
property to be insured at cost of purchasers
for the benefit of the holders of said notes, and so
to remain insured until final payment of the
same, the purchasers to assume, over and above
tlie price of adjudication, all taxes of 1871.
The acts of sale with United State© internal
revenue stamps attached, Defore Octave Morel,
notarv public, at purchasers expense.
je28 jyl 8 15 22 29 _
_
FURNITURE AND SILVERWARE.
SAMUEL DEPASS VS. MRS. ESTHER WINTER,
NO. 1747.
FOR A PARTITION.
B V r G. DE FERIET— C. W. CULBERTSON,
Auctioneer—Office No. 50 Royal street—SAT
URDAY. July 29. 1871, at ten o'clock A. M., on the
premises, No. 215 Ra-< part street, between Du
niaiiie and St. Philip streets, will be sold by public
auction, by virtue of an ord«*r from the Hon. Charles
Leaumont, Judge of the Fifth District Court for
the parish of Orleans—
A General Assortment of household FURNITURE,
such as Mahogauv Bedstt-ads. Armoirs, Looking
Glasses. Washstands. Chairs, Tables, Carpets. Cur
tains. Clock. Beddiug. Crockery ware, Sideboard,
Kitchen Utensils, etc.
ONE LOT OF SILVERWARE.
Terms—Cash on tlie spot.
jy!8 22 26 29
By William De Lacy.
SALE TO EFFECT A PARTITION.
NEAT COTTAGE IN THE TI1IBD DISTFJCT.
CLEMENTINE LEMANE, WIFE OF IIERRE
Schueller, and Emilie Lemace. wife of Joseph
Benderer, duly authorized and assisted, etc.,
vs. Victor Lemane, through his tutor, Henri
Lemane.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans,
B y william de LAC Y AUCTIONEER
Office No. 25 Commercial places—SATURDAY.
August 26. at twelve o'clock M.. at. the St. Charles
Auction Exchange, basement rotunda of the St.
Charles Hotel, bv virtue of and pursuant to
a judgment in partition rendered by the Hon.
Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second District
Court for the parish of Orleans. May 12, 1871,
and signed May 17, 1871, court docket No. 34.552.
will be sold, at public auction, the following
described property, to wit —
ONE LOT OF GROUND, together with all the
buildings ami improvements thereon, situated in
the Third District of this city, in the square
bounded by Union, Villere, Frenchmen ami
Urqubart streets, designated by tlie No. 9, on a
plan by L. H. Pilie, survevor, dated June 5, 1871,
and measuring 31 feet 11 inches and 7r L . lines front
ou Union street, by 127 feet 10 inches and 6 lines,
between parallel lines. The improvements consist
of a frame slated cottage, containing three rooms,
out buildings, sheds, cisterns, etc.
Terms—Seven-ninths ot the price of adjudication
to be paid in cash, and the remaining two ninths
on a credit of ontf and two years, in notes of the
purchaser, drawn to liis own order and indorsed by
him, bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent
per annum Iroin date of sale until final payment, to
be secured by special mortgage and vendor's lien
aud privilege on the property sold; the purchaser, ou
failure to pav the notes at 'maturity, to pay attor
ney's fees at the rate of five per cent in case of
suit; the buildings to be kept insured up to the
amount of the notes and the policy of insurance
transferred.
Act of sale, including United States internal reve
nue stamps at the expense of the purchaser, before
Joseph Cuvillier, notary public. iy26 au5 12 19 26
Joseph Cuvillier, notary public. iy26 au5 12 19 26
SALE TO EFFECT A PARTITION.
MRS. MARY BROWN, WIFE OF R: S. KIRK, AND
OLIVER THOMAS BROWN VS. MRS. MARGA
RET BROWN, INDIVIDUALLY, AND AS TU
TRIX. WILLIAM THOMAS BROWN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orieana—
Nos. 33,774.
B y william de lacy, auctioneer,
office No. 25Commercial place—WEDNESDAY,
August 16. 1871, at 12 o'clock M., at the St. Charles
Auction Exchange, basement rotunda of the St.
Charles Hotel, by virtue of and pursuant to a
judgment in partition, rendered by tlie Hou. Louis
Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second District Court for
the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause,
judgment rendered June 7, and signed June 12,
1871, will be sold by public auction, the following
described property, to wit—
1. THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated
in the First District of this city, in the square
bounded by Common, Claiborne, Robertson and
Gasquet streets, designated by the Nos. 3, 4 and 5,
on a plan drawn by John Schreiber, engiueer. Said
lots adjoin each other and measure each 28 feet II
inches and 1 line front on Robertson street, 30 feet
1 inch and 5 lines in width in the rear, by the fol
lowing depth, viz: lot No. 3, 77 feet on the line di
viding it from lots Nos. 1 and 2, and 80 feet 8 inches and
6 line8on the line dividing it from lot No. 4; lot No. 4,
80 feet 8 inches and 6 lines on the side of lot No. 3,
and 84 feet 5 inches ami 4 lir es on the side of lot
No. 5, and lot No. 5, 84 feet 5 iuches and 4 lines on
the side of lot No. 4 and 88 feet 2 inches>nd 2 lines
on the side of lot No. 6.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND situated in the
town of Carrollton, in the parish of Jefferson, in
this State, in the square bounded by Leonidas. Jef
ferson, Zem pel and Fourth Btreets. designated by
the No. 7. of square D, and measuring 30 feet Iront
on Leonidas street, by a depth between parallel
lines of 139 feet.
Terms and Conditions—One-third cash, and the
balance on a credit of six and twelve months, in
notes of the purchasers, bearing eight per cent in
terest per annum from date until paid, and secured
by special mortgage on the property sold, the
mortgage to embrace the clause of five per cent at
torney's fees in case of suit to enforce payment of
notes, the purchasers to assume payment of all
taxes for 1871. _
Acts of Bale, together with the United States in
ternal revenue stamps attached, at the expense of
the purchasers, before W. J. Castell, notary public.
jy!6 23 30 augl3 16
AUC TIO N BALES,
By Neville ft Van Solingen.
SALE OF 8EIZED GOODS.
United Status Customhouse, \
Collector's Office, New Orleans, July 20, 1871. >
B Y NEVILLE & VAN SOLINGEN, AUCTIONEERS—OFFICE NO. 171 GRAVIER STREET.—IN
accordance with the provisions of section twelve of the act of Congress approved July 18, 1866, the
following described seized goods w ill be sold at public auction, at Warehouse No. 1, Customhouse building,
on SATURDAY', August 5, 1871, at ten o'clock A. M.—
DATR
or
SKIZrRK
MAKKS
AND
NTJXBK118
MERCHANDISE.
VESSEL.
1871.
April I
No mark
3100 Cigars............................
Hannover........
April I
April 1
No mark
No mark
102 bottles Liquor...................
2 yards Silk Velvet................
Hannover........
Hannover........
April 1
No mark
2*4 yards Cloth......................
Hannover........
April 1
No mark
1 Musical Album...................
Hannover........
Apnl 2
No mark
4 rolls Cigarettes..................
Aquedita.........
April 4
No mark
5 rolls Cigarettes..................
Aquedita.........
April 5
No mark
12 Handsaws........................
Mannio]...........
April 5
No mark
16 pounds Candles..................
Manolo............
April 6
No mark
2 rolls Cigarettes..................
Havana...........
April 10
No mark
6 bottles Gin.......................
Hannover........
April 11
B No. 1
1 barrel Rum......................
Anna.............
April 11
B No. 2
1 barrel Mayorka.................
Anna.............
April 1!
No mark
2 rolls Cigarettes.................
Unknown........
April 15
No mark
2 rolls Cigarettes..................
Unknown........
April 20
No mark
10 rolls Cigarettes.................
Juniata...........
April 25
No mark
1 half barrel Cigarettes..........
Agues............
April 25
>o mark
5 rolls Cigarettes..................
Agues............
April 25
No mark
600 Cigars............................
Agnes............
April 25
No mark
41 boxes Jelly.......................
Agnes............
April 27
No mark
4 rolls Cigarettes..................
Unknown.........
April 28
No mark
650 Cigars...........................
Koln..............
April 28
No mark
14 bottles Liquor...................
Kolu..............
April 2H
No mark
700 Cigats............................
Koln..............
Mav 2
No mark
1 Musical Album..................
Koln..............
May 4
No mark
1 Accordeon.......................
Koln..............
May 4
No mark
220 Cigars; 1 package Tobacco......
Unknown.........
Mav 5
No mark
68 boxes Cigars.......*:.............
Havana..........
Alav 10
No mark
1 keg Wine........................
Tommaso.........
Mav 13
No mark
6 Accordeons.......................
Frankfurt.........
May 13
No mark
4 Musical Albums.................
Frankturt.........
Alav 17
No mark
750 Cigars............................
Frankfurt.........
May 19
No mark
2 boxes Cigars.....................
Challiuger........
Mav IS
No mark
2 boxes Cigars....................
Fraukfurt.........
Mav 19
No mark
3 rolls Cigarettes..................
Unknown.........
May 22
No mark
13 boxes Cigars.....................
Unknow-n.........
Mav 24
No mark
9 rolls Cigarettes..................
Unknown.........
Mav 25
No mark
4 rolls Cigarettes..................
Uukuown.........
Alav 25
No mark
10 roll* Cigarettes..................
Provedencia......
MaV 25
No mark
1000 Cigars............................
Provedencia......
Mav 25
No mark
700 Cigars...........................
Unknown.........
May 25
No mark
15 rolls Cigarettes..................
Unknown.........
May 27
No mark
3 cases (6000) Cigars..............
Salvador..........
May 27
No mark
1 case Alathematical Instruments
Salvador..........
May 27
No mark
1 Rifie; 1 Shotgun.................
Salvador..........
Mav 31
No mark
5 bundles Tobacco................
Cuba.............
May 31
No mark
3 boxes (300) Cigars................
Havana...........
June 9
No mark
1 trunk (1425) Cigars...............
Havana...........
June 10
No mark
3 Accoideons.......................
Hannover.........
June 10
No mark
1 Musical Album...................
Hannover........
June 12
No mark
960 Cigars.............................
F. V. Turner.......
June 12
No mark
3 rolls Cigarettes..................
Unknown.........
June 2(1
Waugh
1 demij hn Gin................... ,
Havana...........
18 bundles Vanilla Beans...........
Elvira.............
J une 27
No mark
3 demijohns Wine.................
Annie Batehelder
June 27
No mark
7 bottles Wine.....................
Annie Batehelder
VIOLATION.
Section 24, Act March 2,
Section 24, Act March 2,
Section 68, Act March 2,
Section 68, Act March 2.
Section 50, Act March 2,
Section 50, Act March 2,
Sec's 24 and 68, Act March 2,
Sec's 24 aud 68, Act March 2,
See's 24 and 68, Act March 2,
Sec's 24 and 68, Act March 2.
Section 50, Act March 2,
Section 21, Act July 14,
Section 21, Act Julv 14,
Section 50, Act March 2,
Section 50, Act March 2,
See's 24 and 68, Act March 2.
and 68, Act March 2,
Sec's 24 aud 68. Act March 2,
Sec's 24 and 68, Act March 2,
Sec's 24 ami 68, Act March 2,
Section 50, Act March 2,
68, Act March 2,
Section 50, Act March 2,
Section 50, Act March 2,
4, Act July 18,
68. Act March 2,
Act March 2,
Section 1, Act July 28,
Section 4, Act July 18,
Section 4, Act July 18,
Section 50, Act March 2,
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1870
1870
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
179m
1799
1799
1866
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1799
1999
1779
1799
1799
1866
1866
1799
1799
1866
1799
1799
1870
1799
1799
1799
jy21 28 au4
EDWARD P. CHAMPLTN, Deputy Collector.
SHERIFF'S SALES.
City of New Orleans vs. Joseph R. Pearce
and E. M. Ivens.
F OURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 24.239.—By virtue of a writ of
fieri facias against Joseph R. Pearce, to me di
rected by the honorable the Fourth District
Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above
entitled cause, I w r ill proceed to sell at miblic auc
tion, at ihe Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse
streets, in the Second District of this city, on
MONDAY', August 28. 1871, at twelve o'clock M., tlie
following described property, to wit—
THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated,
lying, and being in the First District of this city,
known as batture property, in the souare number
six A, bounded by Notre Dame, Julia, Frout and
Delta streets, designated by the numbers five, six
and seven of said square, on a certain plan made
by L. H. Pilie, late surveyor, and deposited in the
oilice of W. J. Castell, notary public in tliis city.
Said lots adjoin each other, and measure each
twenty-four feet nine inches and five lines front on
Delta and Front streets, by a depth of one hundred
and twenty-five feet four lines, between parallel
lines.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash ou the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jy28 aul4 27 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Crane. Breed A Co. vs. Mrs. Ann Condon
• and E. H. Condou.
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 8699.—By virtue of an alias writ
of fieri facias against Mrs. Ann Condon to me di
rected by the honorable the Seventh Dis
trict Court for tlie parish of Orleans, in the above
entitled cause, 1 will proceed to sell at public
auction, ou the premises hereinafter designated,
on MONDAY. August 7, 1871, at half-past ten o'clock
A. M., the following described property, to wit—
All the movables, CARRIAGES and HORSES in the
S remises ot defendant, situated at the corner of
elord and Magazine streets, in the First District
of this city, as per inventory which may be seen
in my office.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINET,
jy2Tau2 6 Sheriff of the Parish ot Orleans.
J. Davidson & Hill vs. F. 31* Fisk.
S IXTH DISTRCT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
Orleans, No. 2607.—Bv virtue of a writ of seizure
aud sale to me directed bv the honorable tke Sixth
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in tlie above
entitled cawse, I will proceed to sell, at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second Districtof this city, on
MONDAY'. August 7, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., the
tallowing described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with all
the buildings and improvements tnereon, rights,
privileges and advantages thereunto belonging, or
in any wise appertaining, situated in the First Dis
trict of this city, in the square bounded by Notre
Dame, New' Levee, Girod and Fulton streets, and
desigpated bv the number ten, on a plan known as
the plan of J. A. Beard, duly certified by Hugh
Grant, surveyor, under date of the twelfth of Jan
uary, 1852. and deposited in the office of H. B. Cenas,
late notary public iu this city, for reference; mea
suring twenty-three feet eight inches and six lines
front on New Levee street, and tw T euty-three feet
nine inclies and six lines front on Fulton street, by
a depth of one hundred aud twenty-one feet seven
iuches and five lines on the line which dirides it
from lot number nine, and one hundred and twenty
one feet niue inches and one line in depth and front
on Notre Dame street.
Being tlie same property acquired by the defend
ant herein by purchase from Henry Passman, per
act passed before George W. Christy, a notary pub
lic ir this city, under date of the' twenty-first of
March. 1866.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINET,
jy6 20au6 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans,
Edward Booth vh. Clementine de la Follie
et al (Laura McConnell wife of DeWitt C. Sey
mour, Coralie McConnell, Terence McConnell,
Eugene McConnell, Clementine de la Follie,
widow of Terence McConnell).
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 8870.—By virtue of a writ of
seizure aud sale to me directed by the honorable
the Seventh District Court for the parish
of Orleans in the above entitled cause, 1 will
proceed to s**ll at public auction, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal aud Customhouse streets, in the Second
District of this citv, on SATURDAY, August 5, 1871,
at twelve o'clock M., the following described prop
erty, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with
the buildings and improvements thereon, aud all
rights, ways and privileges thereunto belonging,
situat* d in the First District of this city, in the
square bounded by Magazine. Race, Constance and
Robin streets, designated by the number three on a
plau drawn by H. Moelhar.seu, late surveyor, de
posited as plan number eighty-one in the office of
Joseph B. Marks, late a notary public in this city.
Which said lot measures twenty three feet eleven
inches aud six lines front ou Magazine street, by
one hundred and twenty-seven feet ten inches and
five and a half lines iu depth, between parallel
lines, American measure; and it is the same prop
erty which the late Tereuce McConnell acquired by
purchase from Dr. Gustave Zeigener, as per act of
sale thereof, passed before Hilary B. Cenas, late a
notary public in this city, on the first day of Feb
ruary, 1853.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—This being the second and last auction,
tlie said property will be definitely adjudicated to
the highest and last bidder, for what it wrill bring,
at twelve mouths' credit, the purchaser furnishing
bond with good and solvent security, bearing eight
per cent interest per annum from date, and special
mortgage on the propertv sold until final payment.
Said purchaser shall have to deduct and pay in
cash the amount of printing, Sheriff's and clerk's
fees. etc., say about two hundred aud seventy-five
dollars, and, furthermore, the State, parish and
municipal taxes, the amount of which is not yet
ascertained.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jyl9 26 au5 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
jyl9
James Emott vs. Mn* 3Iyra (lark
Gaines.
S IXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
Orleans, No. 21,999.—By virtue of a»nt °* h eri
facias to me directed by the honorable the Sixth
District Count forthe parish of Orleans, m the above
entitled eause, I will proceed to sell at public auc
tion. at the Merchauts and Auctioneers Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse
streets, iu the Second Discrict of this city, on
TUESDAY, August 8, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., the fol
lowingdescrihedproperty,to wit—
ALL THE RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST of the
defendant, Mrs. Mvra Clark Gaines, m and to a
judgment rendered in the Circuit Court of the
United States, Fifth Circuit aud District of Louis
iana in suit No 2695 of the docket of said court,
entitled Myra Clark Gaines ys. the city of New
Orleans et al, rendered in said eonrt on June 12,
instant, and signed June 13, instant, by Joseph
P. Bradley, associate justice of the Supreme Court
of the United States, wherein the said defendant,
Myra Clark Gaines, recorered from the city of New
Orleans the emu of one hundred and twenty-five
thousand two hundred and sixty-six dollars and
seventy-nine cents, with five ner cent interest on
eight v-four thousand eight hundred dollars, from
the first of November, 1870, until paid, with costs
of suit. . .
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—This being the second and last auction,
the said property will be definitely adj udicated to
the highest and last bidder for whatever it will
bring, at twelve months credit, the purchaser fur
nishing bond with good and solvent security, hear
ing seven per cent interest per annum from date
until final payment. Said purchaser shall have to
deduct and pay in cash the printing, sheriff's and
clerk's fees, etc., which amount to about *600.
C. S. SAUVINET,
Jj*5 au2 8 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
SHERIFF'S SALES.__
Henry Legendre vs. American Missionary
Association.
F OURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans. No. 25.433.—By virtue of a writ
of seizure and 6ale to me directed by tlie honor
able the Fourth District Court for the parish of
Orleans, iu the above entitled cause, I wnll pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street,
between Canal aud Customhouse streets, iu the
Second District of this city, on SATURDAY'. August
26, 1871, at twelve o'clock M., the following described
propertv, to wit—
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
with the improvements thereon, a* d all rights,
ways, privileges and sppunenauces thereunto be
longing, or in any wise appertaining, situated in
the Third District of this city, in the square
bounded by Esplanade, Claiborne, Derbigny and
Kerlerec streets, aud designated as lots numbers
niue and ten on a sketch aunexed to au act passed
before Andrew Hero, Jr., notary public, in this
city, dated June 22, 1870. as also on a plan drawn
by J. A. Celles, late architect, dated tlie thirtieth
day of March, 1864, and deposited for reference in
the office of Alphonse Barnett, a notary public, in
this city. Said Jot? ail join each other, and lot num
ber ten measures thirty feet two* inches and one
lialf of a line front on Derbigny street by one hun
dred feet in depth between equal and parallel lines,
and lot number ujne measures thirty feet two
inches and one-half of a line front on Derbigny
street, by a depth of one hundred and twenty-eight
feet on tlie side line toward Esplanade Btreet, sep
arating it from the rear of lots number 6ix. seven,
eight aud others, and a depth on the opposite side
line dividing it from lot number ten, or one hun
dred feet, tlience running at right angles toward
Esplanade street, one foot ten inches and two lines,
thence a further depth toward Claiborne street ou
an oblique line of tw'enty-eight feet ten iuches to the
rear line, on which it has a width of twenty-one feet
tw'o inches and one aud a half lines, being the same
property acquired by defendant by purchase from
E. vV. Huntington, per act passed before said no
tary, A. Hero, Jr.. dated June 21, 1870.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—1 Iu cash for a sufficient amount to pay
plaintiffs claim, say the sum of six huudred and
sixty-six dollars and sixty-six and two-thirds cents
with interest thereon at eight per cent per
annum from the twenty-second of June, 1870,
till tlie day of sale, five ner cent attorney's fees on
the amount sued for and interest, three dollars
and eighty cents costs of protest, four dollars;
costs o* copy of act and costs of suit.
2. The purchaser to assume (to the extent of the
amount of his bid) the payment of a promissory
note, secured by concurrent mortgage ou said
property, drawn by Joseph Warren H«*aly. agent of
said defendant, to his own order and by niiu in
dorsed as agent, dated on tlie twenty-second day
of June, 1870, for the like sum of six huudred and
sixty-six dollars sixty-six and two-third ceuts, pay
able twenty-four months after date, aud bearing
interest at the rate of eight per annum from
date until paid.
3. And the balance of the price of adjudication
(if any) cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINET,
jy25 au!0 26 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
JIrs, A. Henriquez vh. A. B. Beals and
S. B. Miller.
F ourth district court for the parish
of Orleans, No. 25,642.—By virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale to me directed by the honorable the
Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal aud Custom
house streets, m the Second District of this city,
on SATURDAY, August 26, 1871, at twelve o'clock
M., the following described property, to wit—
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, with all tliw
bui dings and improvements thereon, situated on
that part of the batture of the suburbs St. Mary
and Delord known as the Triangle, said lots being
designated by the numbers five and six on a plau
drawn by Charles F. Zimpel, late surveyor, on the
sixth of November, 1834, anr deposited iu the office
of H. B. Cenas, late a notary public in this city,
aud measure as follows, viz: Lot number five
measures twenty-two feet eleven inches anc six
lines front on said batture, fifty-nine feet one inch
iu depth on the line of lot number four, sixty-nine
feet ten inches in depth on the line of lot number
six, and tweaty-five feet four inches in width iu
the rear. Lot rlimber six measures twenty-two
feet eleven inches and tour lines front on said bat
tuie, sixty-nine feet ten inches in depth ou the
line of lot number five, eiglity-one feet one inch m
depth on the line of lot number *even, and tweuty
five feet four inches in the rear; ami all the ma
chinery, etc., on said lots. Being, the same prop
erty acquired by defeudants by purchase trom the
succession of John Cottle per act passed before
William Shannon, notary public in this city, dated
May 14, 1860
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINET,
jv25 au!2 26 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Robertson T. Torino vh. John lSuptinte
M. Michon.
I 3IFTH DISTRIC. COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
I
lOrleaus, No. 2743.—Bv virtue ef a writ of seizure
a sale to me directed by the houorable the Fifth
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at tbe Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, on SATURDAY, August 26, 1871, at twelve
o'clock M., the following described property, to
wit—
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
with the improvements thereon and all the rights,
ways, privileges and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in any wise appertaining, situated in
Hurstville, parish of Jefferson, but now included iu
the parish of Orleans and city of New Orleans,
designated by the numlters three and four of
square number nine, which is bounded by Levee.
Tchoupitoulas, Nashville and Arabella streets, on a
plau made by Mondelli, late architect, on the fifth
November, 1841, which plan purports to be made
from the original plan then iu the office of Edward
Barnett, a notary public in this city. Said lots
nmasure each thirty feet front on Levee 6treet by
one hundred and two feet six inches in depth, be
tween parallel Hues. Being the same property ac
quired by the defendant herein, by purchase, from
plaintiff'herein, as per act pass**d before William
McC. Jones, notary public in this city, on the
twelfth May, 18*39.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINET,
aul2 26 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
jy26 aul2 26 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Mrs. M. Lyoim vh. N. Schwab.
P ARISH COURT. PARISH OF JEFFERSON. NO.
574.—By virtue of au alias writ of lien tanas
to me directed bv the honorable the Parish Court,
parish of Jefferson, in the above entitled
cause, I will proceed to sell at public auction,
at tbe Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse
streets, in the Second District of this city, ou
SATURDAY, August 26, 1871, at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described property, to vrit—
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvements thereon,
situated in the faubourg Plaisance, in the city and
parish of Jefferson, now the Sixth District of tbe
city of New Orleans, and square number twelve,
as per plan annexed to an act of partition between
the heirs of Marie Antoine Foucher, deceased, and
widow of Philip August Delachaise. betore Theo
dore Guyol, notary public, April 20. 1855. Said
square is bounded by Toledano, Magazine and
Camj) streets and Louisiana avenue. Said lots are
designated by the numbers twentv-tbree and
twenty four, and adjoin each other, and measure,
each, thirty-two feet four inches front on Toledano
street, by a depth eaefi, of equal and parallel
lines, of one hundred and twenty-eight feet.
Said property was acquired by purchase from
Louis Philip Delachis'-, by act passed before J. F.
Coffey, notary public, dated June 25, 1859.
Seized in tbe above suit as belonging to John
Page, one of defendents herein.
Term.—C mIi on the apot. g SAUVINBT .
j j 25 aulO 26 Sheriff ef the Parish 01 Orleans.
SHERIFFS SALES.
Williftm T. RichardH vh. Thottm* Steel and
Steel 6l Co.
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 8373.—By virtue of an alias writ
of fieri taciafi against Thomas Steel, to me directed
by the honorable tlie Seventh District Court for
the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause,
I will proceed to sell at public auction, on the
premises hereiiuater designated, on 3IONDAY,
August 7.1871, at five o'clock P. M., the following
described property, to wit—
The FURNITURE and MOVABLE EFFECTS in the
house No. 476 St. Charles street, in the Fourth Dis
trict of this city, as per inventory which may
seen in my office.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash ou the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jy27 aul 5 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Ernest Turpin vai. G. L- Koiihh A: Bru.
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FORTHE PARISH OF
Orleans, No. 8415.—By virtue of an alias writ
of fieri faeias to me directed by tlie honorable thn
Seventh District Court for the parish of Orleans, iu
tlie above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at
public auction, on the premises hereinafter desig
nated, ou MONDAY, July 31, 1871. at five o'clock
P. M.. the following described property, to w it—
A PRINTING PRESS AND APPURTENANCES. In
a room or office at the Canal street Ferry Landing,
as per inventory which may be seen in my office.
Seized in the above suit as belonging to defend
ant, G. L. Kouue.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jy20 25 30 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Mrs. S. 1*. Ogden vh. lien!* A Miller
(Albert B. Beais gild Samuel B. Miller.)
F OURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THK PARISH
of Orleans, No. 25.649—By virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale to me directed by the honor
able the Fourth District Court for tbe parish
of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I
will proceed to sell at public auction, at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city, on
TUESDAY', August 29, 1871, at tw'elve o'clock M., the
following described propertv. to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings and improvements, etc., thereon and ap
purtenances thereof, rights, wavs and servitudes
thereunto belonging, situated in the First District
of this city, in that part of the batture of suburbs
St. Alary and Delord called'-The Triangle," desig
nated as lot number twenty-two. on a plan drawn
by C. F. Zimple, late surveyor, on the sixth of No
vember, 1834, deposited in the office of the late H.
B. Cenas, then a notary public iu this city. Said
lot measures, in American measure, tweiity-four
feet ten iuches and two lines front on New Levee
street, seventy-four feet deep on the side adjoining
lot number twenty-one tlie rear line being irregu
lar and measuring seventeen feet ou an alley com
mon to said lot ami others adjoining, and ten leet
on that part of tbe rear line dividing it from lot
number eighteen. Being tlie same property ac
quired by purchase by defendants herein front Mrs.
Widow S. P. Mick uni, as per act of sale thereof,
passed before P. Charles Cuvellier, a notary public
in this city, dated the fourteenth April, 1870.
Seized iu the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jy28 au!4 29 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Factors and Trader©' Innurnnce Company
vs. Beals k. Miller (Albert B. Beals aud Samuel
B. Miller).
S IXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THK PARISH OF
Orleans. No. 2421.—By virtue of a writ of seizure
and sale to me directed bvthe houorable the Sixth
District Court for the parish of Orleans, ia tbe
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at tlie Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in tbe Second District of this city,
on TUESDAY, August 29. 1871. at twelve o'clock 31..
the following described propertv to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings ami improvements thereon, rights, privi
leges and appurtenances thereto belonging or in
any wise appertaining, situated in the First Dis
trict of this city, ou that part of the batture of the
suburbs St. Alary and Delord know n as the triangle,
aud designated as lot number seven on a plan
drawn by C. F. Zimple, late surveyor, dated sixth
of November. 1834, and deposited in the r*-eords of
H. B. Cenas, formerly a notary public in this city.
Said lot measures twenty-two feet eleven inches
aud five lines front on sail) batture, eighty-one fee*
one inch iu depth on the line of lot number six.
seventy-three teet five iuches in depth on the line
of lot number eight, and twenty-three feet ten
inches in the rear on au alley common to the use
of said lot and others. Which said property was
purchased by the defendants herein from tlie suc
cession of the late John Cottle, by act passed oil
the fourteenth day of May, 1860, before William
Shannon, notary public iu this city.
Seized in tlie above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jy28 aul5 29 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
William G. Smith vh. Robert McKenzie—
Seventn District Court for t he parish of Or
leans, No. 8932.
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE
to me directed bv tbe honorable the Seven'll
District Court for tne parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause, I w ill pwcf s d to sell at publie
unction, at the Merchauts aud Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city, on
FRIDAY', July 28, 1871, at twelve o'clock 31., the
following described propertv. to wit—
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
with all tbe buildings aud improvements thereon,
and all rights and privileges thereunto belonging,
situated m the Fourth District of this city, desig
nated by the numbers one and four of the square
number two hundred and sixty, comprised within
Jackson. White, Laur*-nt and Josephine streets, as
per plan drawn by J. A. Pueyo, architect, daied tho
twenty-eighth day of November, 1845, and depos
ited iu the office of A. Chiapella, then a notary
public iu this city. Lot number one measures
thirty-one feet seven inches front on Jackson
street, by one hundred feet in depth, between par
allel lines. Lot number lour forms the corner of
Jaeksou and White streets, and measures thirty
one feet six inches and four lines front on Jackson
street, by one hundred feet in depth, between par
allel lines, and front on White street; which said
lot number four wras acquired by defendant herein
by purchase from Vincent Kneeht. as per act of
sal** thereof passed before Abel Dreyfus, a notary
public in this city, on the second day of April, IBS'?;
and lot number one by mire hast* from Thomas
Greaves, as per act of sale thereof passed before
James Graham, a notarv public in this city, on tbe
twenty-seventh day of April, 1859.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
je27 jy!4 28 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
State of LouiHiana vh. E<l. Fn-otmnn.
riAHIRI) DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
JL Orleans, No. 18,760.—By virtue of a writ of fieri
facias to me directed by the honorable the Tliird
Ifistrict Court for the parish of Orleans, in tlie
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pul>
lic auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the 8ecoud District of this
citv, on MONDAY. August 7, 1871, at twelve
o'clock AL. the following described property, to
wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated in
the First District of this citv. in square No. '$9,
bounded by Clio. How'ard. Eieret and Calhope
streets, measuring two hundred ami rifty-tliree
feet front on Clio street, by one hundred uud six
teen feet in depth.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jy6 au25 6 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
W# G. i.you & ( o. v«. 3!. ll. Waters*
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 8752.—By virtue of a w rit of fieri
faeias to me directed by tlie honorable the Seventh
District Court for the*palish of Orleans, in the
above entitled eause. I will proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, at the Alt-reliants ami Auctioneers' Ex
ehauge, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in tbe Second District of this citv,
ou TUESDAY, August 15, 1871. at twelve o'clock AL,
the following described property, to wit—
THK ONE-HALF OF A CERTAIN LOT OF
GROUND, situated in tbe First District oi this city,
bounded by Constance, Melpomene, Annunciation
and Terpsichore streets, together with all the
buildings aud improvements thereon, designated
as lot number niue, iu square number thirty-nine,
faubourg Lacourse, of this city, and measuring
thirty feet front on Constance street, by one hun
dred au*l twenty feet deep, between parallel lines,
French measure, bounded on one side by lot num
ber ten, and ou the other side by the remainder of
said lot number niue, all as per plan drawn by B.
Laton. late surveyor, and dejiosited in tbe office of
P. Pedesclaux. then a notary public in this city,
being the same property puroliaHed by defendant,
Michael H. Waters, from the succession of W. B. J.
Alassie aud wife, ou tbe fifteenth of June, 1859, per
act passed before--. notary public in tliis
ci ty.
Seized in tbe abov* suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINET,
jy!5 au8 15 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Jenne 11. 3IaH*ic vh. J. 31. Hailey A Co.
E IGHTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans. No. 594.—By virtue of a writ ef
fieri facias to me directed by the honorable tlie
Eighth District Court for t he parish of Orleans,in tbe
above entitled cans*-. I w ill proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Alerchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change. Royal street, betw-een Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city,
on MONDAY, August 7. 1871, at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described propertv. to wit—
THK BARGE J. M. BAILEY, her tackle, apparel
and furniture, as she now lies m the Mississippi
river, right bank, below the Slaughterhouse.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash ou the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
jy6 25au6 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
jy6
A. Robert, Executor, vh. Leopold F
uier—Fourtli District Court for the pari;
Orleans. No. 25,393.
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FA
to me directed by the honorable the F<
District Court for the parish of Orleans, ii
above entitled cause, I w ill proceed to sell at p
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers
change, Royal street, between Canal and Cm
house streets, in tlie Second District of this
on MONDAY, July 31,1871. at,twelve o'clock M
following described propertv, to w'it—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together wl
the buildings and improvements thereon, ri
ways, privileges, servitudes and advantages t
unto belonging or in any w-ise appertaining
ated in the Third District of this city, being
of lot number two hundred and thirty-Bin
cording to an original plan, and by the la
number five hundred and forty-three, in
number twenty-eight, bounded, by; Craps,
Spam and Love streets. Said! lot meai
French measure, twenty-five feet front on
street, by about one hundred and twenty
depth. J
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash en the spot.
Plan is new on exhibition at the Kxchanri
ie*9 jyl5 30 Sheriff of the Farilhof Orl

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