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INSURANCE.
O
IAHDIAN MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY ®F NEW TOSS.
Established la 1SS9.
ALL POLICIES NON FORFEITABLE
CASH OE THIRD NOTE PREMIUMS.
NO NOTES REQUIRED.
Laat lank Dividend Fifty Per CeM.
Cash assets over.................
Policies in force..................
Annual income..................
Losses paid since 1859.
.......•>,040,000
....... 25,000,000
....... 1 , 000,000
600,000
OFFICERS:
w. H. P8CKHAM, President.
W. T. HOOKER, Vice President.
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FREDRIKAR, Superintendent of Agencies.
DIRECTORS:
Hon. John A. Diz, New York.
John J. Crane, President gank of Republic.
William M. Vermilye, Banker, Wall street (Ver
^ A milye It Co).
QWjaries Q. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
c-mipany.
HjP ^George Opdyke, ex-Mayor of New York.
C. Morgan, Banker.
gSomas Rigney, firm Thomas Rigney It Co.
VBeniamin B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, firm Arnold. Constable A Co.
Biehard H. Browne, of Wetmore It Browne, lawyers.
E. V. Haughwont, firm E V. Haughwont A Co.
William Wilkena, firm W. Wilkens It Co
Jnliua H. Pratt, Merchant.
William W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
Wi'-ham Alien, Merchant.
George W. Cuyler, Banker, Palmyra. New York.
George T. Hope, President Continental Fire In
surance Company.
John H. Sherwood, Park Place,
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth avenue and
Twenty-third street, New York.
William T. Hooker, Wall street.
Edward H. Wright, Newark, New Jersey
George W. Farlee, Lawyer.
W. L. C ogswell, Merchant.
JOSEPH MAGNER,
Manager for Louisiana and Texas, No. 158 Common
street. New Orleans. _ fe!8 2y
!J1EUTONI A
INSURANCE COMPANY
NEW ORLEANS.
Insure Fire, Marine and River Risks at
Lewest Rates,
TEMPORARY OFFICE, NO. Ill GRAVIER STREET.
NEAR THR CORNER OF CAMP STREET.
Capital..........
Subscribed.....
...............91,000,000
............... 700,000
A. EIMER BADER, President.
C'H. ENGSTFELD, Vice President.
GEORGE STBOMEYER, Secretary.
Bee
A. Elmer Bader,
W. B. Schmidt,
Louis Schneider,
J. M. Schwartz,
F. Rickert,
Jasob Has singer,
8. L. Nasita,
Louis Schwartz,
B. Seig,
H. R. Gogreve,
W. Dana,
Isaac Scherck,
jet t ial
rd et Trustees:
M. Frank,
Theodore Lilienthal
Frank Roder.
Hermann Eicke.
C. H. Miller,
Ch. EngsttV.d,
H. Pohunann.
G. L. L. Maver,
X. Weissenbach.
N. A. Baiungarden.
Joseph Keller,
E. T. Del Bondio.
QFFICK OF TQE SUN MUTUAL
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW ORLEANS,
.....Camp street......
.*01
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL STATBMENT.

Nsw Oataaxs, January II, 1371.
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the company publish the following state
ment for the year ending December 31, 1870:
Amount of premiums for the year ending thirty-first
Decembe viz.:
On Fire Risks......*..........$l"2,«6ft 38
On Marine Risks..43,465 84
On Lver Risks............... 74,306 59
$234,832 11
Add
Unterminated Risks for 1369..
Deduct—
Unterahnated Risks for 1370.. $45,612 00
Return Premiums............ 914 56
-$276 343 11
46.526 56
Net earned premiums for 1870........$229,316 55
Losses paid during same period vis, :
On Fire Risks......*78,539 00
On Marine Risks. • ■ 51,005 61
On River Risks.... *0,964 83—15:,510 0»
Taxes............. 13,913 79
General Expenses.. 37,012 72
Discount on Prem
iums............. 16,031 91
* Interest en Scrips.. 47,434 42
Remain ances... ■.. 3,114 33—117,507 2)
Amount reserved for unad
justed losses less savings.. 6,759 04
$274,776 35
Discount and interest,
profit and loss.........
57,995 80
216,730 55
A
"
Net Profit......................... $13,036 00
The Company have the following Assets, esti
mated at the lowest market cash values, vis:
465 Consolidated and Railroad City
Bonds................................ $338,435 00
6 State Bonds................. 5,160 04
44 City Seven Per Cent Bonds......... 23,630 75
4 * I. O. O. F. Bonds..................... 4,000 00
3 Grand Lodge of Louisiana Bonds.... 3.000 00
2 N. O. Turners' Association........... 1,000 00
$80 Shares N. O. Gas Light Company*... 99,000 00
224 Shares Citizens' Bank of Louisiana. 36,600 00
350 Shares Union Bank of Louisiana*... 11,900 00
ffi3 Shares Canal Bank*.................. 9,373 00
60 Shares Crescent City Bank......... 1,200 00
SO Shares Louisiana State Bank*...... 6,900 00
110 Shares Mechanics' and Traders'
Bank.......................... 1,800 00
20 Shares Harbor Protection Company 1,500 00
6 Shares Merchants' Bank............. 325 00
Loans on Pledge.............. 54,863 45
Loans on Mortgage...................... 73,450 00
Bills Receivable.......................... 2,800 00
Scrip of other Insurance Companies.... 6,381 60
State Coupons............................ 3,457 20
Premiums in course of collection....... 28,000 00
Gash on hand............................ 63,286 82
Total.........................
•Including Dividends.
The above statement is a just, true and correct
'transcript from the books of the Company.
THOMAS SLOO, President
Taouss Akdsbsov, Secretary.
Stats or Louisiana, Parish er OstiAZi, j
City of New Orleans. 1
Sworn to and subscribed before me this twenty
•at day of January, 1871.
ANDREW HERO, J*.,
$774,061 83
Notary Public.
The Board of Directors have resolved to pay six
par cent interest on the outstanding Certificates of
Profits, on and after the second Monday of Febru
$17,1871; also, fifty per eent on the balance of the
■crip of the year 1858, payable on and after the
third Monday In March, 1871, and they have fur
ther declared a dividend of ten per eent on the
not earned Participating Premiums for the year
ending December 31, 1870, for which certificates
Will be issued on and after the twentieth day Of
Marohnext
THOMAS SLOO.-President.
JOHN O. OAINES, Vice President.
THOMAS ANDERSON, Secretary.
DBBCTOR8:
John O. Oaioes, R. J. Hart,
Henry Renshaw,
W. E. Seymour,
R.8. Venables, „
Richard Flower,
INSURANCE.
MERCHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS.
No. 104 Canal street.
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL STATEMENT.
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the company publish the following state:
ment:
Premiums received during the year ending May
31, 1371, including unearned premi um, of the
previous year—
On fire risks............................. $757,573 S8
On marine risks......................... 103,808 61
On river risks........................... 239,630 35
Total premiums.......................$1,101,062 64
Less unearned premiums............. 222,422 00
Net earned premiums, May 31, 1871.... $878,640 64
Losses paid—
On fire risks..............! $429,790 37
On marine risks........... 69.23*) 27
On river risks............. 72,791 63
Total....................$571,812 27
Taxes...................... 46,531 71
Reinsurances and return
premiums.............. 30,052 37
Total....................$648,336 35
Deduct interest, less ex
penses................. 33,260 75— $615,135 60
Profit.................... $263,505 04
The company have the following assets_
Real estate............................. $110,965 11
City bonds.............................. 254,050 00
Bank and railroad stocks.............. 37,456 Oft
Notes secured by mortgage............ 410,932 80
Notes secured by pledge............... 103,596 80
Bills receivable......................... 57,755 43
Premiums in course of collection...... 62,023 94
State bonds............................. 1,500 00
Scrip of other companies.............. 6,112 50
Stock of Valletta Dry Dock Company.. 19,800 00
Stock of Levee Steam Cotton Press.... 2,300 00
Stock of Marine Dry Dock and Ship
Yard Company...................... 3,700 00
Harbor Protection Company........... 1,500 00
Mortgage bonds Grand Lodge of Louisi
ana........................7......... 2,000 00
Mortgage bonds Turners' Association.. 2,000 00
Mortgage bonds Odd Fellows' Hall.... 5,000 00
Stock Opera House Association....... 3,000 00
Judgments.............................. 18,134 10
Cash on hand......... 381,362 89
Total assets...........................$1,433,189 97
Less—Unclaimed interest
and interest payable
July next on all out
standing scrips of the
company.............. $78,745 9*)
Issues of scrip for the
years 1863, 1864 and
1)65, payable iu July.. 179,39 ) 00
Unearned premiums on
May 31,1871............ 222 122 00— $481,057 90
$1,002,131 67
The above statement is a jaat. true and correct
tTanscript from the books of the company.
P. FOCKCHY, President
G. W. NOTT, Secretary.
Statr or Louisiana, 1
Parish of Orleans. City of New Orleans. J
Sworn to and subscribed before me the third day
of June, 1371.
JOSEPH CUVILLIER, Notary Public.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on
the third day of June, 1371, it was resolved to de
clare a scrip dividend of thirty per cent on the net
earned participating premiums for the year end
ing thirty-first of May. 1871 for which certificates
will be issued on and after the first day of August
next. Also, to pay on and after the second Mon
day in July next the whole issues of Scrip for the
yeais 1363, 1864 and 1365, and six per cent interest
on all outstanding scrip of the company.
P. Fonrchy,
P. Maspero,
C. MtCoard,
M. Puig,
D. A. Chatfraix,
DIRECTORS:
L. F. Generos,
P. S. Wiltz,
6. Z. Re if,
Joseph Hoy,
Charlbt Lafitte,
je4 Iv
J. J. Fernandez.
TyEW ORLEANS MUTUAL
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Office Carner of Camp and Canal Streets.
ASSETS DECEMBER 31,1379, $ 392,742 07.
Insures fire, marine and river risks, dividing the
profits on each department separately to the in
sured. J tUYES, President.
J. W. Hincxs, Secretary.
Directors
George Crquhart, M. Payro.
A. Rochereau,
G. W. Babcock,
A. Schreiber,
Charles Lafitte.
T. Bailiy Blanchard,
myI2 ly
Piacide Forstall,
Augustus Reicliard,
Ernest Hiltenberger,
W. B. Schmidt,
J. Tuyea.
RESCENT MUTUAL
INSURANCE COMPANY
Twenty-second Annual Statement.
NEW ORLEANS. May 19, 1871.
The Trustees, in conformity to the charter, sub
m:t the following statement of the affairs of the
company on the thirtieth day ot April, 1371:
Fire premiums for the year... $l3t),572 50
Marine premiums for the year 70,135 62
River premiums for the year. 222,613 33
-$473,332 00
Earned premiums, less reinsurance and
return premiums....................$400,Qlb 35
Losses paid and estimated as follows:
On fire risks.......$45,799 95
On marine risks... 19,195 09
On river risks..... 72,639 45
--$137,634 49
Taxes paid and estimated... 43,313 21
Discount in lieu of scrip,
stamps, expenses, inter
est account, etc., less dis
count, etc................ So
231,557 2
Leaving net profits..................$163,453 48
The company has the following assets:
Bills receivable............... $24,339 11
Loans on bond and mortgage 91,143 33
Loans on pledge of stocks at
call....................... 286,716 66
Cash on hand................ 119,095 77
$116,532 44
495,812 43
75,000 00
228,745 00
82,572 65
Real estate...............................
City bonds, bank and other stocks......
Premiums in course of collection........
Total..................................$908,662 52
The company has also suspended—
Notes, stocks and bonds.................
Forfeited scrip...........................
Less interest on scrip...................
The above statement is a true and correct
transcript from the books of the company.
THOMAS A. ADAMS, President.
Hsnrt V. OoDsit. Secretary.
Parish or Orleans, )
City of New Orleans. )
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this nine
teenth day of May. W. V. EVANS,
Second Justice of the Peace.
The Board of Trustees resolved to pay interest
at six per cent in cash on all ontstanding certifi
cates of scrip, and also to pay in cash FIFTY PER
CENT of the issue of 1860, to the legal holders
thereof, on and after the first Monday in June
next.
They have alse declared a scrip dividend' of
FIFTY PER CENT on the earned premiums en
titled to participate, for the year ending April 30,
1871, for which certificates will be issued on and
after the first Monday in August next, free of gov
ernment tax.
THOMAS A. ADAMS, President
C. T.fBUDDECKE, Vice President
Hsxar V. Oooxh, Secretary.
TRUSTEBS:
Thomas A. Adams, Samuel H. Kennel
C. T. Buddecke,
8. B. Newman,
A. G. Ober,
P. Simms,
A. Elmer Bad
P. H. Foley,
A. Thomson,
John Phelps,
B. H. Summers,
B. Newgass,
SHERIFFS SAXES.
The City of New Orleans vs. Edward V.
Passman.
F ifth district court for the parish of
Orleans, No. 1902.—By virtue of a writ of fieri
facias to me directed by the honorable the Fifth Dis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above
entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public auc
tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal' and Customhouse
streets, in the Second District of this city, on
MONDAY, January 22, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described property, to wit—
.SEVEN LOTS OF GROUND, situated in the First
Distric t of this city.
1. Three lots in square number three hundred
and foity-eight, bounded by Liberty, Calliope,
How ard and Clio streets; first lot measuring one
hundred and forty-eight feet front on Howard
street, by one hundred and twelve feet in depth,
forming the corner of Howard and Clio streets; sec
ond lot measuring ninety-one feet front -on Clio
street, by one hundred and fifty-nine feet in depth;
third lot measuring one hundred aud forty-five foot
front on Clio street, by one bundled and twelve
feet in depth.
2. Three lots in square number three bundled
and fifty-nine, bounded by Howard, Freret, Clio and
Calliope streets; first lot measuring two hundred
and titty-three feet front on Clio street, by one hun
dred and sixteen feet fn depth; second lot measur
ing fifty feet front on Calljojie street, by one hun
dred and twelve feet in depth forming the corner
of Calliope and Freret streets; third lot measuring
one hundred and twenty-seven fret frout on Cab
Hope street, by one hundred and twelve feet in
depth, forming the corner of Calliope and Howard
streets.
J. One lot in square number seven hundred .and
fifty-three, bounded by Banks, Palmyra, Scott and
Pierce streets, measuring three hundred and nine
teen feet front, by three hundred and nineteen feet
in depth.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. FAUVINET,
de22 ja9 21 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
II* iinllv vs. John B. Robertson.
S ECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT,! par
ish of Jetfeison, No. 3927.—By virtue or a
writ of seizure aud sale to me directed hv the
Hon. William Kern, Judge of the Parish Court, act
ing iu the absence, place and stead of Hon. Don A.
Pardee, Judge of the Second Judicial District
Court, in the above entitled suit, I have seized aud
will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
chant and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, iu the
city of New Orleans, on SATURDAY, January 29,
1872, at twelve o'clock M., the following described
property, to wit—
FOUR CERTAIN PIECES OR PARCELS OF LAND,
together with the buildings and improvements
thereon, situated in the town of Bath No. 2, in
the parish of Jetterson, in this State. One of said
pieces of land is designateii by the letter B, and
the three other pieces are designated by the letter
C. on a plan of said town, draw n by E. H. Spring
bett. surveyor, on the twelfth day of April, 1839,
and deposited in the office of J. B. Marks, then a
notary in this city, on the twenty-eighth day of
May, 1849. Which pieces or tracts of land are more
fully described in the authenticaet of sale thereof
from Henry Stetefeit to J. B. Robertson, the de
fendant, passed before Thomas J. Beck, a notary
public in tliie city, on the twenty-fifth of April*
The whole property aforesa : d has, by consent of
parties,fl»een divided into four equal lots or (tortious
of about fifty acres each, apportions beiug desig
nated by the letters A, B, C and D on a plan of the
property made November 14, 1871, by II. A. Boa*
dousquie, surveyor, wli ch plan is exposed at the
said Merchant*' and Auctioneers' Exchange.
Terms of sale—-The purchasers to assume, in the
proportion ot theiamount9 of their respective bids,
the payment of two promissory notes for the sutn
of two thousand dollars each, both dated New Or
leans. April 25.1870, payable respectively in two and
three years after date, and bearing interest at the
rate ot eight per cent per annum from date until
paid, drawn by John B. Robertson, to bis own or
der, ami by hiin indorsed, secured by mortgage on
said property in accordance with the stipulations
of the act of sale from Henry Stetefeit to J. B. Rob
ertson. passed before Thomas J. Beck, notary pub
lie iu this city, on the twenty-fifth of April, 1870; the
balance of the price to be paid in cash.
AMOS S. COLLINS,
de21 .ja4 20 Sheriff of the parish of Jefferson.
Thomns Sloo vs. Mrs# .Margaret T. .Bur
phv, wife of James Dugan, and husband.
S IXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
Orleans, No. 2808.—By virtue of a writ of seizure
and sale to me directed by the honorable the Sixth
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above
entitled cause, 1 will proceed to sell at public auc
tion. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal am! Customhouse
streets, iu the Second District of this city, on
TUESDAY, January 2. 1372, at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described property, to wit—
1. A CERTAIN-LOT OF GROUND, together with
the buildings and improvements thereon, rights,
privileges, customs, ways, servitudes and appurte
nances thereunto belonging, or in any wise apper
taining. situated in the First I is'rict of this city, in
the square bounded by Julia. Camp, !*t. Joseph and
St. Charies streets, and designated by the number
nine, on a plan of thirteen houses erected by the
New Orleans Building Company, ami measuring
twenty-six feet three inches front on said Julia
street, by one hundred and five feet (more or less)
in depth*, American measure, bounded in the rear
by a common alleyway or passage running through
s*dd square from Camp to Jit. Charles street, com
mon tc said lot ami others. The said lot is also
designated by the number three, on a plan de
posited in the office of H. B. CYnas. late a notary
public in this city, as plan number twenty-seven,
of book of (dans number thre»-; and
2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, situated
immediately in the rear of the above descrilied lot
of ground, and designated b* the number five, on a
(dandrawn 1»\ J. Coiumuny. surveyor, annexed to
an act passed before Felix Grim a*, notary public
in this city, <m the tenth June, 1836, and measuring
twenty-six feet three inches Hunt on the said alley
or passage way a' <'ve referred to, common to it and
the adjoining pio(** rt v. torty ti\e feet four inches
on the line dividing it from iot number six, forty
five feet tour inches on the lire dividing it from lot
number nuir, and twenty-six feet three inches on
* rear line. B»*ing the same property acquired
by defendant herein. Miss Matgaiet T. Murphy, now
the wife of James Dugan, bv purchase from Mrs.
Maria K. Campbell, wife of Thomas Sloo, and Miss
cilia L. Campbell as per act of sale thereof
passed cefore Georg** William Christy, a notar;
1367.
de2 16ja2
above suit,
on the spot.
C. S SAUVINKT.
Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans,
James Welsh v*. A# W, Walker.
F ourth district court for the parish
of Orleans, No, 29.478.—Bv virtue of a writ of
izure 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 and Cus
uuhouse streets, in the Second District of tins
city, on MONDAY, January 29, 1872, at twelve
►'clock M., the following described property, to
A CERTAIN SQUARE OF GROUND, together
with the buildings and improvements then on,
and all the appurtenances thereunto belong
same being known and designated
as the Louisiana Sugar Refinery, and being
situated in the parish of Orleans, on the left bank
of the river Mississippi, and measuring one hun
dred and seventy-three feet front on the public
road, one hundred and seventy-one feet four inches
and live lines in width in the rear, four hundred
and seventy-one feet and live inches in depth on
one side and live hundred aud seventeen feet five
inches in depth on the other side, adjoining the
lty formerly belonging to E. J. Forstall; to
r v
thereto.
propel ty foi
get her with
the machinery aud fixtures attached
Being the same property acquired by defendant
herein, by pur* base he made therof from plaintiff
herein, per act passed before p. C. Cuvellier. no
tary public in this citv, of date the seventh of
March, 1863.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINKT,
de28 jail 23 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
L-ity.on the thirtieth day of September,
jail Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Miss Emilie de La Ferriere vs. William
Barrett.
E ighth district court for the parish
of Orleans, No 3527.—By virtue of a writ U
seizure and sale to me directed by the honorable t he
Eighth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at pub
lie auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal ami Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city,on
SATURDAY, January 20, 1872. at twelve o'clock M.,
the follow ing described property, to wit—
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvements thereon,
aud all the rights, privileges, customs, ways, servi
tudes and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or
in any wise appertaining, situated in the First
District of this city of New Orleans, in the square
bounded by Annunciation, Robin, Constance and
Race streets, which said lots of ground measure,
each, thirty feet trout on Annunciation street, bv
one hundred and twenty-seven feet ten inches anil
five lines in depth, between parallel lines, and are
designated as lots numbers one and two on a plan
drawn by L. Reizeinsteiu, topographical engineer
and architect, on the sixth day of October. 1857,
and deposited as plan nil® ber t wo in the office of
James Wood Breedlove, then a notary public in
thisci
Being the same property acquired by defendant
by purchase from Joseph Griffith Kllis, p*-r act
passed before said late notary, James W. Breed
love, outlie twenty-third day of November. 1857.
Plans thereof will be ou exhibition at the Exchange
some days previous to the sale.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINKT,
de20 ja5 20 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
George W. Sadler vs. I). F. Sadler.
S EVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 9225.—By virtue of a writ of
fie.ii facias to me directed by the honorable
the Seventh District Court for the parish of Or
leans. in the above entitled cause, I w ill proceed to
sell at public auction, at the Merchants aud Auc
tioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal
and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of
this city, on SATURDAY, January 27, 1872, at
twelve o'clock M., the following described prop
erty, to wit—
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
with all the improvements thereon, rights,
ways, privileges and advantages thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertaining, situated
in tlie Fourth District of this city, in the square
bounded by St. Andrew, St. George, First and Sec
ond streets, and designated by the numbers one
aud two ou a plan drawn by C. A. Hedin, late civil
engineer, ami deposited in the oilice of H. B.
Cenas, late a notary public in this city, for refer
e. Said lots measure each Unity feet front on
Second street by one hundred and twenty-six feet
six inches in depth, between parallel lines; said lot
number one forming the coiner of Second and St.
Andrew streets.
Being the same property acquired by defendant
by purchase from Mrs. Caroline Sadler, wife of
Uriah Sadler, per act passed before Edmund
George Wells, notary public in this city, on the
twenty-sixth of July, 1859.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. 8AUVINET,
de27 jalO 27 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
SHERIFFS SALES.
' WWWWI / WWWVWWWV $ WWW<WWWVWVWV
Citizen* Bank n. Mrs. Dablgreen.
S ALE AT THE COURTHOUSE OF THE PARISH
of 8t. Bernard, on SATURDAY, January 6, i872,
at eleven o'clock, of a MOST VALUABLE TRACT
OF LAND AND BUILDINGS, about four miles below
New Orleans, near the Cavaroc Slaughterhouse,
left bank of the river, two hundred feet front by
eighty arpents in depth with TWO HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY SHARED J OF CITIZENS' BANK
STOCK.
Conditions—Forty-five hundred dollars, payable
in fifteen years, in conformity with the charter of
the bank; balance cash.
de31 5t K. E. NUNEZ, Deputy Sheriff.
The ('icy of New Orleans vs. Mrs#
Charles Deranco.
F ourth district court for the parish of
Orleans, No. 24,646.—By virtue of a writ of fieri
facias to me directed hy the honorable the Fourth
District Court for the parish of Orleans, iu the
above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this citv, on
SATURDAY, January 20 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the
Second District of this city, in square number
eighty-three, bounded by Ursuline, Dauphine, Hos
pital and Burgundy streets, measuring thirty
feet front on Burgundy street, by one hundred
aud twenty feet in depth.
Seized in the above suit. •
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINKT.
de!9 3o ia29 Sheriff of the Parish ot Or.eana
The City of New Orleans v». H. J.Phelps
A Co.
S IXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
Orleans, No. 1373.—By virtue of a writ of fieri
facias to me directed by the honorable the Sixth
District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the alwjve entitled cause, I will proceed to
sell at public auction, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, be
tween Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District of this city, on SATURDAY, Jan
uary 20. 1872, at twelve o'clock M., the following
described property, to wit—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the
Fourth District of this city, iu square number one
hundred and thirty-three, bounded by Constance,
Magazine. Fourth and Philip streets, measuring one
hundred aud eiglity-two teet front ou Magazine
street by one hundred anil fifty seven feet iu depth.
Seized in the al»ove suit.
Te*ms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINKT,
de!9 ja4 20 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
The City of Mew Orleans vs. Widow Henry
Hopkins.
F ifth district court for the parish of
Orleans, No. 1991.—By virtue of a w rit of fieri
facias 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 the Merchants aud Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, on SATURDAY. January 20, 1872. at twelve
o'clock M., the following described property,'
to W'lt—
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the
Second district of this city, in square No. 125,
bounded by Rampart, Customhouse, Basin anil B.en
ville streets, measuring twenty-six feet front on
Rampart street by one hundred and twenty eight
fleet in depth.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
del9 30.ja20 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
The City of New Orleans v«. Peter Can*
aerly.
F ourth district court for the parish of
Orleans, No 24,563.—By virtue of a writ of fieri
facias to me directed bv the honorable the
Fourth District Court tor t tie pal ish 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 Cns
toiniiouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, on SATURDAY. January 20, 1872, at twelve
o'clock M., the following described property, to
wit—
THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated
in the First District of this city, ia square number
four hundred and ninety eight, bounded by Prieur,
Bertrand, Johnson. Perdido and Gravier streets,
first lot measuring one hundred aud twenty feet
frout on Perdido street by one hundred and twenty
feet in depth; second lot
front on Johnson street, by
feet in depth; third lot measuring twenty-nine
feet front on Prieur street, by one hundred and
ten feet in depth.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash ou the spot.
C. S SAUVINET,
del9 ia* 2 ► Sheriff of the Parish of Yirleans.
Albert Weimanii v«. >1. .11. Nolan and
Wife.
S EVENTH DISTRICT ClR'RT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans, No. 9105.—By virtue of a writ of
fieri facias against M. M. Noian and Mary Ana No
liis wife, to me directed by the honorable the
nth District Coui t for the parish of Orleans, iu
the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex*
[*hange. Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city, on
TUESDAY, January 2. 1872 at twelve o'clock M.,
the following deseribed property, to wit—
THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
vith the improvements thereon and aU rights,
rays, f rivil*
ated m t!i
liv.-i Misais-ipp
Belleville.il.
twenty five
eight of sal
by Elinire. Y
pe: plan of L. Pilit-, latt sun
13. 184h. and deposited iu tl
worth, late a notary public i:i this c
bers twenty four aud twenty-five a«
and measure, each. thirty-i>i:e feci
front on Elmiie street, by one bund
f et in depth, between parallel line:
ber twenty-six forms tiie corner
Eliza streets, at.tl measures thirty
l**ges
ami a
jipuite.n
ancea
: iie rt* auto
or m aH.vw
*•■»* aPl
K-rtain
iii£, sit li
is pari
ish. on
the right l.a:
nk «>f t lit*
■il*!*'., «i
qq*osite
this tit
V. in tl
it* town of
psiuna
f«'*i as 1«
Ijt-rs t v\
tuty-four,
ami
twenty
six or
s«i uar
t* number
.1 tmvi
1; whir]
■i tai*i **i
Uar** i
s bounded
;Iiza. ]
Slvina i
•ml Liu*
StXlllt
streets, as
en 1
I 1
•s tr
in depth ai
tween parade! lines. Acquire*
M. M. Nolan, from John Hughe
fore Andrew- Hero. Jr., notary
on the fourteenth December, 1^8.
S< ized in the above suit.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C. S. SAUVINET.
no30 d« 26 ja2 % Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
New Orlrnn* Savins* ln*ritutinn v*. Wil
iiamson Smith; W. Newton Mercer vs. Same.
I FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans. Nos. and 3o.0nl.—By virtue of
two writs ot seizure and sale to me directed by tlie
honorable the Fourth District Court for the parish
of Oilcans, in the above entitled causes. I will
proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
aud Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second Dis
trict ot this city, on SATURDAY. January 2>», 1372,
at twelve o'clock M., the following described
property, to wit—
NINE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated,
lying and being in the First District of this citv.
known as batture property, in square number
seven, "A,' bounded by Julia. St. Joseph. Front
aud Delta streets, designated by the numbers thir
teen, fourteen, fifteen, sixtei n. seventeen, eighteen,
nineteen, twenty aud twenty-one on a certain plan
made by Louis H. Pilie, late city surveyor, dated
twenty-first of May. 1366. and deposited in the
office of W. J. Castell, notary public in this city.
Said lots adjoin each other, and measure, each,
twenty-five feet five inches aud three lines front
ou Delta and Front streets, by a d*pth between
parallel lines of one hundred and twenty-five feet
and three lines, said lot, number twenty-one. form
ing the corners of Front. Delta and* St. Joseph
i .-.-ts; together with all the buildiugs aud ini
provements thereon, lights, ways and advantages
thereunto belonging or ill any wise appertaining.
Being the same lots of ground wliieh Williamson
Smith, defendant herein, acquired by purchase,
with other lots, from the city of New Orleans, per
act passed before said notary Castell, ot date the
nineteenth of September, 1366.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms—Cash on the spot.
C* S. SAUVINET.
lated September
•e of A. < Ains
city. Lots ni:m
uUoin each other
and twenty
►mi lot mini
rnei of Elmne and
tlii! :v on** feet nine
by oiie hundred aud
t oil Eliza street, be
i by said defendant,
s p*»r act passed be
public iu this c.ty,
del9 ja3 20 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
J. D. Weaver vs. F. NI. Fink.
F ifth district court for the parish of
Orleans, No. 2983.—By virtue of a w rit of seizure
and sale to me directed by the honorable the Fifth
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' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streets, in the Second District of this city, on
SATURDAY, January 6, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described property, to wit—
1. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, with the
three-story brick store ami other improvements
on one lot (No. 135 New Levee street)and the wood
en shanty ou the other Iot, situated iu the square
hounded by New Levee, Fulton. Girod and Notre
Dame streets, in the First District of this city,
designated as lots numbers tw o and three, on a
plan of the batture, known as the plau of J. A.
Beard, and deposited in the office of H. B. Cenas,
late a notary public in tills city. Lot number two
measures twenty three feet nine inches and six
lines front on Fulton street, twenty-three feet eight
inches and six lines front on New Levee street, by
one hundred and twenty feet seven inelies and one
line iu depth on the line of lot number one, and one
hundred and twenty feet eight inches and six lines
on the line of lot number three: ftml lot number
three adjoins lot number two, and measures t wenty
three feet eight inches ami six lines front on New
Levee street, and tw'enty-three feet nine inches
and six iines front on Fulton street, and one hun
dred anti twenty feet eight inches and six lines in
depth on the side of lot number two, aud one hun
dred anil t wenty feet t* n inches aud three lines on
the side oi lot number four. Being the same prop
erty acquiied by F. M. Fisk, defendant herein, from
plaintiff, J. D. Weaver, as per act of sa'e thereof,
passed_ before Theodore O. Stark, late a notary
public in this city, bearing date tlie twelfth day o
April. 1866.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated, lying
ami being in the First District of this city, in the
square bounded by Camp, Julia, St. Charles and
Giro*! streets, and designated by the number
twenty three, on a plau drawn by L. Bringier, late
s arveyor general, under date of the nineteenth of
February, 1836, and deposited in the office of H. B.
Cenas, late notary public in this city. .Said lot
measures, according to said plau, in American
measure, twenty-seven feet frout on said Camp
street, by a depth of one hundred and forty-nine
feet two inches and three lines, extending between
parallel lines to a small street in the rear, called
St. Mary street, which intersects the whole of said
square. Together with all the buildings and improve
ments thereon, rights, w ays and advantages there
unto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Being
the same property acquired by F. M. Fisk, de
fendant herein, from Charles N. Morse, as per act
of sale thereof, passed befoie William Joseph
Castell, a notary public in this city, bearing date
the fifth day of February, 1868.
Seized in the above suit.
Terffia—Cash on the spot.
C. 8. SAUVINET,
de6 22ja6 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
LEGAL
mm
NOTICES.
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
SEVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
ORLEANS.
3IRS. E. P. CUTLER VS. J. W. TRUNNELL, HER
Husband—No. 9013.
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON THE THIR
teenth day o: November, 1871, judgment was ren
dered in this court, iu the following entitled suit,
in the words and figures following, to wit:
Mrs. E. P. Cutler vs. J. W. Truuuell, her hus
band—No. 9013.
.* On motion of Cotton A Levy, attorneys for the
plaintiff in this cause, aud upon submitting to the
court proof iu support ot her demand, and
the law and evidence being with plaintiff, it is
adjudged aud decreed that the judgment by de
fault herein entered on the seventh instant be
now confirmed; that there be judgment in favor of
plaintiff, Eda Palmyra Cutler, against the de
fendant, John W. Trunnell, her husband, dissolv
ing the community of acquests aud gains existing
lietween them: that the plaintiff be authorized and
empowered to manage and control her own separate
property and business; that said plaintiff' do have
and recover of the defendant the sum of six thou
sand dollars, with five per cent yearly interest from
the date hereof; and, further, that the defendant
pay the costs of this suit.
« Judgment signed November 17. 187!.
T. WHARTON COLLENS, Judge.
Ia testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of the said court, at the
city of New Orleans, on this twenty first day of De
cember. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred ami seventy-one, and the ninety-sixth year
of the independence of the United fitates.
EDWARD COTTON. Deputy Clerk.
ETAT DK LA LOUMANE.
SEPTIEME COUR DE DISTRICT POUR LA
PAROISSE DORLKAXS.
DAME E. P. CUTLER VS. J. W. TRUNNELL,
Son Epoux—No. 9013.
J F. CERTHHE PAR LES PRKSEXTKS QUE LE
treizi»-me jour de Novembre, 1871, jugement
a ete rendu par la susdite cour dans l'artaire ci
desstis intitulee, dans les ternies suivants, savoir:
Dame E. P. Cutler vs. J. W. Trunnell, sou epoux—
No. 9013.
Sur motion de Cotton & Levy, avocats de la plai
gnante dans la dite affaire, et apres avoir produit
devant la cour les preuvea d** la demande de la
plaiguante, la loi et Tevidence etant en faveur de
ia plaiguante, il est acljitge et deviate qne le
jugement par defaut rendu le sept c»*urant soit
maintenant confirm**; qu'il y ait jugement en faveur
de la plaiguante, Eda Palmyra Cutler, et centre
le defeiideur, John W. Trunnell, son epoux, d;s
solvant la comraunaute deg bieus et acquets exis
tant entre les dites paities; que la plaiguante
soit autoris£e h administrer ses bitns separes et
ses affaires; qu elle reeouvre de son dit epoux la
soxnnie de six mille piastres, avec interet *le cinq
pour cent par an depuis la date ci-dessus; et en
plus, que le defendeur paie les frais de la dite af
faire.
Jugement eigne le 17 Novembre, 1371.
T. WHARTON COLLENS. Juge.
En foi de qnoi j'ai appose ma signature et le
sceau d** la dite cour, en la viiie de la Noavelle
Orleans, ce vingt-et unieme jour de Decembre, en
I an *ie Notre Seigneur mille huii cent soixaute
et-onze. et de l'indepeudauce dea Etats-l'nis la
quatre-viugt-seizieme.
EDWARD COTTON.
de31 jal5 31* Depute Greffier.
TIIE *TATE OF LOUISIANA.
SARAH J. SMITH VS. WYATT C. CUTLER
No. 9655.
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON THE FOUR
teenth day of November. 1371. judgment was
rendered in this court in the following entitled
suit, in the words aud figures following, to wut;
Sarah J. Smith vs. Wyatt C. Cutler—No. 9055.
In this case, on motion of Cotton k Levy,
torneys for plaintiff, and on submitting to the court
further evidence in support of her demand, and
the court being of opinion that tlie law and evidence
sustain plaintiff's demand, it is, therefore, a* 1 judged
and decreed that the judgment by default herein
entered on the seventh instant be now confirmed;
that there be judgment in favor of plaintiff, Sarah
Jane Smith, against defendant. Wyatt C. Cutler,
her husband, decreeing a separation of property
between the said parties, amt a dissolution of the
community of acquests and gains existing between
them, aud that plaintiff be authorized to manage
and conduct ber own separate business; That
said plaintiff *io recover of the defendant, her lins
baud. the sum ot three thousand dollars, with legal
interest from judicial demand, and costs ct suit.
Judgment signed November 13. 1871.
T. WHARTON COLLENS, Judge.
In testimony whereof. 1 nave hereunto set mv
hand ami affixed the sea of the said court, at the city
of New Orleans.on this twenty-first day ot December,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and fifevurnry-one. and the ninety-sixth year of the
independence of flu* United Sates.
EDWARD COTTON, Deputy Clerk.
ETAT DE LA LOI ASIANE.
SEPTIEME COUR DE DISTRICT POUR
PAROISSE D'ORLEANS.
SARAH J. SMITH VS. WYATT C. CUTL1
No. 9055.
J R CF.RTIF'E PAR LES PRESENTES oue LE
quatorzieine jour *1** Noveir.br**, 1871. jugement
a **tt rendu par la susdite eour dans ! affaire ci-dcs
6U3 intitu'ee. dans 'es ternies suivants. savoir:
Sarah J. Smith vs. Wyatt C. Cutler—No. 9055.
Dans cette- affaire, stir motion of Cotton i#. Le
avocats de la plaiguante, et apres avoir produit d'e
vaut la com d'autres preuves en appui de la de
mande «ie \n plaiguante, et la cour etaut d opinion
que ia loi et Tevidence soutiennent la demande de
la plaiguante. il est en consequence ad juge et de
cr**t•* que le jugement par defaut rendu le sept
ourant soit maintenant confirm**; qu'il y ait jug
ur de la plaignante. Sarah Jefenue
L*r. son
at uue separation des biens entre les
ties et une dissolution de la communaute
» et a< quets existant eu're eux; et que la
plaiguante soit autorisee administrei ses prop re j
affaires s* par»-*-s; que la dite plaiguante reeouvre
*1.1 tb-feiidt-m, son epoux. la soinmc de trois mille
piastres, aver • t.-iY-r legal depuis demande jud.
ciatre. et les frais de 1'affaiie.
j,; M-ment &iifm le 18 Nowmbre. 1371.
T WHARTON COLLENS. J:
ment en faveur de la plaignante. Sarah Je!
Smith, et com re le ileiemL-ur. Wyatt C. Cutler
«i te ? p:
I E.; foi Jeiy.o; j'aiappug. ma signature et le Bteau
Je la <lite ceur. eu la ville ile la Xouvelle-Urieaiis,
ee Tin^t et-ii.ieme jonr Je I iremlue, en l'au Je
Notre Seigneur mille liuit eent soixaute-et-onze. et
Je 1'inJepeiiJamte Jea EtaTn-Ems la qnatre-viiigt
eeizi. me. EUW-UU) COTTON.
Jci j a;.) ■! ' Depute UivtF.er.
THE STATU OK LOUISIANA.
SEVENTH DISTRICT COI RT FOR THE PARISH
CE ORLEANS.
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON THE NINTH
day of December, IH71, juJgraent was en
tered in tills court iti tiie fallowing entitled suit, in
the words aud figures following, to wit:
Barbara Kern vs. Hubert Kelbrath, No. 9161.
Iu this case, submitted to the eourt for adjudi
cation, upon the pleadings, evidence and submis
sion tiiat the law aud evidence sustain the plaint
irt's demand, it is adjudged and decreed that there
be judgment iu favor of plaintiff, Mrs. Barbara
Kent, against defendant, Hubeit Kelbrath, her bus
hand, decreeing a separation of property between
the said parties, and a rissolutiou of the com
munity of acquests and gaius existing between
them: and that plaintiff have the full aud cutire
control and administration of her property. It is
lurticr adjudged aud decreed that plaintiff do have
and rec over of defendant, her said husband, the
sum of eleven thousand dollars, with legal interest
from judicial demand, and with the special mort
gage lien and privilege in such cases allowed by
law to married women, and that defendant pay
costs of this suit.
Judgment signed December 1:1, 1 RT|_
T. WHARTON COLLENS, Judge.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set toy
band and affixed the seal of said court, at the
city of New Orleans, on this thirteenth day of De
em oer, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-one, and in the ninety-sixth
year of the independence of the Doited States.
_
t'.MTKU STATES UISTKI4T COURT.
DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA.
IN THE MATTER OF CHS. ROBB, BANKRUPT.
Ia Danki-uplcjr—Mo. 1153.
VVHERKAS, CHS. ROBB. OF NEW ORLEANS
*1 aud d:»trict aforesaid, duly declared bank
rupt _under the ai t of Congress of March
2. 1667, lias this da.v tiled iu said court a pe
tition, praying for a discharge and certificate
thereof from all his debts and other claims
provable under said act.
Notice is therefore given to all creditors who
have proved tiieir debts, and to ail other persons
iu interest, that the thirteenth day of January,
H72, at 11 A. M., Is assigned far the hearing ot the
same, and that they may theu aud there attend
and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer
of the said petition should not be granted; and
further notice is given t liar the bankrupt will un
dergo an examination before Register D. Augustin
on the thirteenth day of January, A. I). 1872, at
II A. M , at his office, Customhouse building.
K. LOKW, Deputy Clerk.
Clerk's Office, New Orleans, December 2ft, 1871.
de29ja5 l:i
UM1TEU fTATHS DISTRICT COURT.
DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA.
IN THE MATTER OF Lnl'ls BERNSTEIN, BANK
nipt.
In Bankruplry—M'o. 11QS.
W HEREAS, LOUIS BERSTEIN, FORMERLY OF
New Orleans, and district aforesaid, duly de
clared bankrupt under the act of Congress ot
March 2, IHtiT, has tins day tiled in said court a
petition praying for a discharge aud certificate
thereof from all his debts aud other claims
provable under said act.
Notice is therefore given to all creditors who
have proved their debts, and to all other persons in
interest that the fourteenth day of January, 1372,
at 11 A. M., is assigned for the hearing of the Bame!
aud that they may then ami there attend and
show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of
the said petition should uot be granted; and
further notice is given that the bankrupt will un
de, go an examination liefore Register Whitmore on
tha third day of January, A. D. 1372, at 11 A. M.,
at his office, iu the city of Tyler, Smith county,
Texas.
Clerk'a office, New Orleans, December 18,1871.
de30 27 ja3 K. LOKW, Deputy Clerk.
C0BP0BATI0NS.
0HARTBS.........i-.. CHARTER.
STATE OF LOUISIANA—C1TT OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known that on this thirtieth day of De
cember, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-one, before me, George Wil
liam Christy, a notary public in and for tne city
and parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana, afore
said. duly commissioned and qnalified, person
provided, they had covenanted and agreed,
.and do bv these presents' covenant, agree,
and bind themselves, and those whom they
represent, |to form themselves Into and con
stitute a corporation for the objects and purposes
hereinafter specifically set forth, and to that end
do make, agree upon and enter into the following
articles of incorporation:
ARTICLE I.
The name and stvle of this association shall be
the CITIZENS' MUTUAL LOAN AND BUILDING
ASSOCIATION, and its domicile is hereby estab
lished iu the city of New Orleans, State of Louis
iana The President, or, ia his absence,.the Vice
President or Secretary, shall he the proper officer
upon whom to serve citation aud other legal
process.
ARTICLE II.
This Association shall have power and au
thority to enjoy and to have succession, by its cor
porate name, for a period of twenty-five years from
the date heie< f; to contract, sne aud he sued in its
corporate came; to make and use a corporate seal;
to hold, receive, purchase, or otherwise acquire,
and to sell, mortgage or pledge, or otherwise dis
pose of, aud to convey, under its corporate name,
property, both real arid personal; to loan money ou
mortgage or pledge of real estate or persoual prop
erty: to name aud appoint such managers, di
rectors and officers as its interest and convenience
may require; and to make and establ'sh such by
laws for the proper management and regulation of
its affairs as may be necessary and proper.
ARTICLE III.
The objects aud purposes of this Association are
declared to be as follows:
To buy, acquire aud own real estate; to subdivide
the satuu into lots; to build upon, improve,
sell or otherwise dispose of, and to convey
the same: also to take insurance risks aud
effect insurance on any property in which
it may have au interest; to make advances
on real estate or other satisfactory securi
ties to persons of limited means, for the purpose of
building houses, thus enabling them to tieconie
owners of comfortable homes lor their families lef
small cash payments, and on terms of credit
adapted to tlieu resources, asid at reasonable rates
of iuterest. Aud generally to do any and all busi
ness uot herein provided for, and which may be
necessary tn carry iuto full effect thu objects and
purposes of this Association.
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of this Association shall be
one million dollars, divided into ten thousand
shares of one hundred dollars each. It shall be
assess'd to the extent of twenty-five per eent,
upon the payment whereof the stock shall be de
caared full paid, and certificates of the same shall
then be issued. Ten jier cent of each subscription
shall be payable at the time of aubscribing, and
other assessments shall be made from time to time
for the balance due thereon, provided that not
more than ten per cent of such subscription shall
be called for at any one time, nor ottener than
once iu ninety days. Five per cent of the capital
stock shali be and is hereby reserved as the prop
erty of the three originators of this Association to
cover charges for their labor aud expenses in or
ganizing the same, and the same is hereby declared
to be full paid stock, not liable to any contributions
or assessments.
ARTICLE V.
This Association may commence business so soon
as oue hundred thousand dollars of the capital
stock shali have been subscribed for.
ARTICLE VI.
AH ti.e corporate jaiwers of this Association
sbail be exercised aud all its business managed by
a Board of Directors, consisting of fifteen stock
holders a majority of whom shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of business.
ARTICLE VII.
The following named stockholders shall consti
tute the first Board of Directors, who shall hold
tiieir office until the first Wednesday in February,
1:7:]. or until their successors shall lie duly elected
and qualified, to wit:
JOHN HUGHES. WILLIAM B. SCHMIDT,
J. DAVIDSON HILL. J. S. COPES,
LL< D R. COLEMAN, E. A. BRIDGE,
L. J. WEBSTER, t. T. VENNARD,
JOHN 1). COBB. A. A. MAGINNIS,
SAMUEL M. TODD. R. T. BUCKNER,
j. c. Morris, e. i. kuusheedt,
N. II. THOMAS.
And ti.e follow mg named persons shall be the offi
cers for the same period:
JOHN HUGHES, President.
J. DAVIDSON HILL. Vice President.
JOHN F. ELLIOTT, Secretary.
A. ALEXANDER, Treasurer.
H. J. LEOVY. Attorney.
ARTICLE VIII.
Ou the first Wednesday in February, 1373, and
annually thereafter, an election for Directors, by
the stockholders, shall be held at the office of the
Association, and a plurality of votes, counting oue
vo e for each share of stock voted ou. shall he suf
ficient to elect.
A failure to eiect Directors on the day aforesaid
shall not dissolve the Association, but the President
shall cause another election to be held within ten
days thereafter, giving notice of the same by ad
vertisement ;n oue of the daily newspapers pub
lished in English in this city.
ARTICLE IX.
The le,. rd shall, at their first meeting iu 1373
anil amiunUv thereafter, elect from their number
President aud Vice President, and they sliail also
eiect :i Secretary, a Treasurer, an Attorney, anil
such other officers as may he necessary for the
transaction of the business ot the Association. The
Board shall have the power to supply any vacancy
that may occur iu their body by death, resignation
r otherwise, as also to fix the compensation of ail
ilaried officers and emplaces.
ARTICLE X.
A 1 transfers of stock shall be made on the books
of the Association, at its office, in person or by
proxv, but not w idle any indebtedness to the Asbo
itl iu exists ou the part of the holder, unless with
the appiova 1 of the President or Board of Directors.
ARTICLE XJ.
Slio.tlil any subscriber or stockholder neglect or
fuse to pay punctually his installments as they
fall due. interest thereon shall be milled at the rate
of eight per cent per annum from maturity till pay
ment; and if said payments lie no. made within
thirty days aftei the specified time of payments,
tiie Board of Directors shall have the right to cause
my shares on which installments may be due to be
sold at public auction, or otherwise, after ten days'
advertisement iu any newspaper published in Erig
"sh in the city of New Orleans, or to recover by
suit at law the amount due.
ARTICLE XII.
No stockholder shall, in any event, be made lia
ble beyond the amount of his subscription to the
.-apita! stock or his indebtedness to the Association,
nor shall any mere informality id organization
have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of
exposing a stockholder to any 1 ability beyond the
amount of his stock.
ARTICLE Xin.
When this Association designs making contracts
for building or for materials, it shall invite bids far
the same; ami it, ilium opening said bids, it be
found tiiat a member of the Association has offered
to do tin work or supply material on terms as fa
vorable as any other bidder, the Board of Directors
shall haic discretionary {tower to award the con
tract to such member. A similar course will be
observed as to the patronizing of banks, insurance
companies, etc. In all accommodations as to loans
tor building aud other purposes, a preference
shall always be given to the members of this
Association. The object and intent of this pro
vision being to give to stockholders a preference
over non-subscribers where the Association can
not be prejudiced by so doing.
ARTICLE XIV.
The stockholders of the Association.*at a gen
eral meeting to lie convened for that purpose,
after thirty days' notice in one of the dailv news
papers published iu English in this city, may
make any mollifications, additions or changes in
the act of incorporation, or may even dissolve the
same with the assent of three-fourths of the
stock represented at such meeting, and any aud
all such modifications, additions, changes or dis
solution. shall tie recorded as required oy law.
ARTICLE XV.
At the expiratiou of the charter, or sooner, if
ordered as above, the affairs of this Association
shall be liquidated, its debts paid, aud the balance
divided amoug the stockholders, pro rata, on the
amount held by each of paid up stock, umler the
charge and stiperinteuileuce of the commissioners,
w ho shall be stockholders, appointed by the Board
of Directors for that purpose.
ARTICLE XVI.
The names of the stockholders, their residence
and the number 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 far this act
has been hereunto affixed and cancelled.
Thus done and passed in my office, at the city
of New Orleans aforesaid, on the day and date
above written, ia the presence of Frederick Adolph
and John Alexander, witnesses of lawful age, aud
domiciliated iu said city, who hereunto sign their
names, together wish the parties subscribing, and
me, notary.
Original signed:
FREDERICK ADOLPH.
JOHN ALEXANDER.
GEORGB W. CHRISTY, Notary Public.
I hereby certify the foregoing to he a true copy
ot the otigiual act of incorporation extant in na
current notarial register (the names of the signers
thereto being omitted), and f do 'further certify
that said original act of incorporation has been
duly recorded iu the office of the Recorder of
Mortgages far this city aud parish, as required
by law.
New Orleans, December 30,1871.
GEORGE W. CHRISTY, Notary Public
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NEW ORLEANS.
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Stet. and United States Courts
CORPORATIONS.
^MENSniNT OP C HARTER.
LsaMaaa Lem Caapnj.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISH OF ORLEANS-CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be It known that this Ray, before me, Pierre
Charles Cuvellier, a notary public duly commis
sioned and sworn, in and far the parish of Orleans
and city of New Orleans, Stste or LoiiMsSb afore
said, and id the presence ot the wit ne ss e s herein
after named and undersigned, personally came and
appeared the persons whose names are hereunto
subscrilied and set forth, who severally declared
that they and those whom they represent are
stockholders of the Louisiana Levee Company, a
corporation organized under the general laws of
this State, by notarial acts pass e d before me, the
above named notar}-. on the eleventh day ot Feb
ruary, iu the year 1871, and recorded the same day
in the office of mortgages, in The parish of Orleans,
in book of societies No. 8, folios 24i, 248 and *49, and
farther recognized and approved hy an set of the
General Assembly of this atate. approved February
2ft. 1871, being act No. 4 in the volnme of the acta
of the session of 1871.
That, in conformity to the ninth article of the
aforementioned charter or act of Incorporation, a
general meeting of the stockholders ot the said com
pany was convened and held at the domicile there
of, on Tuesday, the twelfth day of Deoember, 1871,
and certain modifications, additions Mid changes
in the original articles of said charter were pro
posed and assented to By a majority of all the cap
ital stock of said corporation; the tests being au
follows, to wit:
ARTICLE IL
That paragraph four of said article second, hy tha
addition of the words "or by the United States" ha
mule to read as follows:
"4. To accept and exeicise all snch powers, priv
ileges and franchises as may hereafter be granted
to or conferred upon the said company by the gov
ernment of the United States, or of any of the States
interested in ihe construction and maintenance of
levees on the banks of the rivSr Mississippi, or its
tributaries or outlets, and further, to consolidate
with any company chartered in any of the said
States, or by the United States, for the same ur like
purpost s."
ARTICLE IV.
That the following be substituted instead of said
article, wliieh will now read:
"Art. 4. The capital stock of the company shall
be one million dollars, represented by one hundred
thousand shares of ten dollars each; provided, how
ever, that the Directors are authorised aad re
quired to increase the capital stock to one million
five hundred thousand dollars, by issuing on.
hundred thousand shares of preferred stock, of
fifteen dollars per share, payable only In the
following manner, to wit: Ten dollars per share
iu the existing stock of the company, to be deaig
nated thereafter as 'ordinary stock,' the balance,
five dollars, to l>e paid in lawfal currency at snch
time and in such manner as the board may deter
mine; provided, further, that the right of snb
scribers to the preferred stock to pay ten dollara
per share in certificates of ordinary stock shall
cease at the expiration of six months from the
date of the adoption of this article. Maid preferred
stock shall be entitled, out of the earnings of the
company, to dividends to the extent of twenty per
cent per annum of said earnings before tha or
dinary stock shall participate therein.
"No increase of the capital stock of the company
shall hereafter lie made except iu dividends of
stocks to the stockholders, apd the capital stock
of the company shall never be increased beyond
five million dollars."
ARTICLE V.
Tiiat said article be amended by adding thereto
the following clause:
"No person shall hold the office of Director who
is not a resident of this State, and the owner of at
least oue hundred shares of ihe atoek of the com
pany."
ARTICLB IX.
That said article be amended by striking out
therefrom the words "or dissolve this corpora
tion," so that it will hereafter read aa fallows:
"Art. 9. At a general meeting convened for that
purpose, aud or which notice by publication, aa ta
the case of general elections, shall be* given
for at least twenty days, the stockholders may
make any modifications, additions or changes in
these articles, with the assent of a majority of all
the capital stock of the corporation. On all mat
ters submitted to the vote of the stockholders
they shall lie entitled to one vote for each share
held by them respectively, and to cast the same in
person or by proxy."
ARTICLE XII.
Tiiat the eaiil article be amended by substituting
the word "three" for the word "five" therein, so
that the first lines thereof will hereafter read au
follows:
"Article 12. The liquidation of the affairs of
the company shall be made by thiee commis
sioners. elected by the stockholders at the time
designated far the last general election of direc
tors,'' etc.
Wherefore, the said apiiearers, each representing
the number of shares of the capital stock of said
company set opposite their respective signatures
hereto, and constituting together the renuiaite ma
jority, do hereby declare aud acknowledge the
above specified additions, modifications and
changes to have been duly adopted: that the same
are a part of the charter of the said company and
binding upon all the stockholders thereof, aud
such as may hereafter become stockholders therein:
and they do hereby authorize the recording and
publicatioo thereof according to law.
Thus done and passed at the city of New Orleans
aforesaid in the presence of Martin L. Ainswortband
Benjamin Ory, competent witnesses, who hereunto
sigu their names, together with the said appearers
and me the said notary, this twenty-first day of the
month of Decemlier, in the year one thousand
eight hundred and seventy one.
| Original signed by stockholders representing
eighty-three thousand two hundred aud fifty-six
(33.256) shares of the capital stock.]
M. L. Ainsworth
Bkxjaxin Okt.
P. OHS. CUVELLIER Notary Public.
I. the undersigned. Recorder of Mortgages in and
for the city aiul parish of Orleans, State of Lou
isiana. do hereby certify that the foregoing amend
ment to charter of "Loui-iana Levee Company"
has been this day recorded in this office, ac
cording to.law:, in Book Society 8, folios 590, 591
and 592.
New Orleans, December 23. 1371.
C. DARCANTEL, Depilty.
I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of tho
original act and certificate ef record iu mv notarial
register.
P. CHS. CUVELLIER, Notary Public.
QUARTER...................CHARTER.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF ORLEANS
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Before me, Andre D. Doriocourt, a notary pn e,
duly commissioned and sworn, iu and for the par
ish of Oileausand city of New Orleans, State of
Louisiana aforesaid, and in presence of the wit
nesses hereinafter named and undersigned, carao
and appeared Messrs. F. Janfroiil, A. Nocola, M.
Berwin, J. K. Gourilain. Joseph David, N. A. Liam
bias, R. M. Davis. A. D. Salvant. all of this city, and
others undersigned, stockholders of the People'*
Bank of New- Orleans, who declared—
That they met this day in conformity with a rea
olution adopted by the Board of Directors of tlio
People's Bank of New Orleans, at their meeting
held on the twenty-sixth of October, 1371, a copy
whereof, duly certified byR.M. Davis, President,
is hereto annexed for reference, in order to amena
the article five of the charter of said bank, duly
executed by act passed before the undersigned,
under date of first Deeclffber. 1869, and Amended
b. v a.'t passed before said undersigned liotarY
tenth oi February. 1870, this meeting being held ~
after the notices required bv the section five of tifo'
aot of the General Assembly of this State, entitled
•An act to establish a general system of free bank
ing in the State of Louisiana," approved March 15
Iro "" a bj sectiun * f the Keuised Statute# of
Tiiat they and those they represent are stock
holders ot the above named corporation, estab
lished iunder the law above referted to for the num
ber of shares affixed to their respective name*,
and they represent over two-thirds of the amount
ot the capital stock of the said People's Bank of
New Orleans. - -
, v Tll " t . approve tiie resolution above referred
to, which was read at this meeting, and that they
do vote to ratify the amendment to Article V to
increase the capital stock of said hank to the sum
ot three hundred thousand dollars—that ia to say
one hundred thousand dollara more than the same
is at present; such increase in the stock to be rem
eseuted by two thousand shares of titty dollars
*>n or before the first of February
That in compliance with Article VHI of the
origiual charter of the said People's Bank of New
Orleans, the president and cashier of the h»«v, or
either of them, are hereby requested to give sixty
days notice of this iucreaae of the capital of said
bank in at least two newspapers published lathe
city of New Orleans, and within said sixty day*
the original stockholders shall have the pJvSgS
of taking additional shares in proportion to the
number of shares held by them respectively; and
shares not taken at the expiration or said time
shall be sold by the Board of Directors at not les*
than par, for the benefit of this lmnA 1 eM
All the other articles of association in the oriiri
nal charter of said bank to renuTin good aud va&l
This done and paused ,t the city oTNew Orleans
l>fo twenty eighth November, eighteen lum
dred and seventy-one, at the banking house located
at the corner of Levee and St. Peter streets in
presence of Messrs. Adelain Dreux and Antoine
boriocoun, competent witness, who have signiid
with the parries, aud me, notary, after reading.
Names of Stockholders. Shares
F. Jauftoid.................... snares.
A. Socola......... i
M. Berwiu.......................................
Jli. David.....................................
R. M. Davis............. 2
A. D. Salvant........... fi
And others. ......................
Ant. Doriococrt, j ^iteesses.
AND. D. DORIOCOURT, Notary Public.
J!if rt i lf S t V e fore *° i ?* to be a true copy of the
original, duly sramped. J
Witness my hand aud eeal ot office at New Or
leans this second of December 1871
AND. D. DO RIOCO URT, Notary Public.
c. T^ un,lRrai f B * d -. De P ut y Recorder of Mortgages
for this parish]and city of New Orleans, State*of
1 he original amendment
of the charter of the People's Bauk of New Orleans
stfoUo'^ontUUdly 8 omce ' in *** "**!*».
Sew Orleans, December 2? lKH^^delPhlwtw
J)8* ». ALBERS,
RESIDENCE NO. 85 ERATO STREET.
Office No. *9 Canal street.
Office hours from 12 M. to 3 P. M., and from 7 te
8 delQ eod ly

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