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Fourth District Court. -. Heirs of JoUn Slidell vs. Gerntania Na tional Bank; W. R. Fish, defendant in warranty.—The exception filed by the de fendant. that be held the property under a decree of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Louis iana, and a marshal sale made thereunder, came up for argument on yesterday beiore Judge Theard. Clarke, Bayne & Renshaw, for the plaintiffs, maintained that the paper filed was not an exception, but an answer to the merits. Judge Hawkins took the position that the paper filed was a per emptory exception, or in common law phra seology was a plea in bar. uhat the decree of the District Court of the United States under which the property was sold, was absolute in its terms, and conveyed the property in fee, for all time and against all persons. That in the present action the court must pass on the validity and effect of this de vice before it could go further in the case. That this could not be done collaterally, and therefore it was estopped until the de cree was set aside by direct action. That this court had not jurisdiction to inquire into the nullity or limitations of a judgment cf another court of competent jurisdiction. Mr. E. C. Hillings, ou the same side, some what elaborated the same views in main taining the exception. After the arguments were concluded, Judge Theard held that the paper filed was au exception, which had been properly pleaded as such, aud ordered that it be cumulated with auil tried at the same time with the merits of the case. At the same time, the rule discharging the lessee, the Germania National Hank, from further con nection with the suit, came on for trial. This motion for discharge by the bank was presented and argued by their attorney, Mr. Hnclcke, and Messrs. Hawkins and Billings, attorneys for defendant, Fish. It was opposed by Mr. Clarke, attorney for plaintiff. The motion was sustained, and the Germania National Bank was dismissed, from the su it.* _ _ _ The Customhouse. The Times of last evening contains the following statistics: Below we give as a matter ef commercial interest a tabular statement of domestic ex ports for the calendar years of 1866 to 1871, inclusive: 1FG6. Cotton, 499.329 bales?224,707,822 pounds. $83,234,239 Tobacco, 14.5t5,214 pound................ 1,256,723 Other exports............................ 2,601,174 Total exports for 186S................ $39,092,141 1867. Cotton, 631,773 bales, 285,197,814 pounds. $74,075,979 Tobacco, 19,689 495 pounds.............. 1,208.503 Other exports............................ 2,531,424 Total exports for 1867................ $77,815,906 1868. Cotton,693,431 hales, 313,413,176 pounds., $65,1 Tobacco, 19,857,109 pounds.............. Other exports............................ Total exports for 1863............... 1869. Cotton, 644.247 bales. 280,625,571 pounds Tobacoo, 39.543,019 pounds............. Other exports........................... $70,1 $30,679,900 .016,723 560,833 3,807,638 Total exports for 1869........ 1870. Cotton, 1,02* 935bales. 458 043,991 pounds $9 Tobacco, 25,344,624 pounds....... Other exports.................... Total exports for 1870................$101,385,194 1871. Cot ton. 1,272.009 bales, 557 857,819 pounds $86,110,653 Tobacco, 24 630,407 pounds.............. 2.154.671 2,154,671 4.767,463 Other exports— Total exports for 1871............... $93,032,792 The above statement is of interest to the commeroial world for several reasons: First, it will be seen by reference to it, that the exportation of cotton in 18Gfi was less than any of the succeeding years, and yet that its"value was greater than any _of them, with the exception of 1870 and 1871, when the exportations were ove double, and yet th<- difference in value between I860 ami 1 STD was only $9,791,188, and the difference between it and 1871, when the exportations were the largest of any vear since 1806, is but $885,314. This will show the fact that the average price of cotton was greater in 1850 than in any oi the succeeding years. By further reference it will be seen that with the exception ot 1869. when there w-as a falling off of a little over 50,000 bales be tween the exportations of that and the pre cious year, that the exportations of cotton have "been steadily on the increase, while the average price has been steadily on she decline, with the exception ot 1809, when there was a rise. The tobacco statement will show that the value of the exportations, as well as the quantity, has been steadily declining since the vear 1809, and that the largest exporta tions in any of the given years was made in that year.__ _ _ A Glimmer of Hope lor New Orleans. [From tlie St. Louis Democrat. 1 The Philadelphia North American, in the closing paragraph of an extended editorial upon the progress of the past three years, feavs: -The truth is that the whole lake coun try is thus exposed, and latterly foreign interests have been concentrating anew at New Orleans, to operate in the Mississippi valley." , „ It is undoubtedly true that foreign in terests are concentrating at New Orleans with a view of organizing a colossal carry ing trade between the populations of Europe and the cities of the Mississippi basin. Unde'r the present favorable im porting law there is no reason why Pitts burg, Wheeling, Evansville, Cincinnati, Louisville ami Cairo, on the Ohio; Omaha, Council Bluffs, Leavenworth, Kansas City. Jefferson City and St. Charles, on the Mis souri; Minneapolis, St. Paul, Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Burlington, Davenport, Keokuk, (juincy, St. Louis aud every other city bn the Mississippi; Benrdstown. on the Illinois; Shreveport, on the Red, or Canulen, on the Ouachita, should not import their foreign goods directly from foreign ports, via- New Orleans, in water craft adapted to the condition of the streams which (low past their doors. This beiug true, there is no reason, save the lack of facilities for so doing, why the cereals and staples of the Mississippi basin should not move cheaply down to New Or leans by water and meet the foreign goods needed bv the cities mentioned, and Tiring them cheaply back. Steamships built of iroD. drawing less than fifteen feet loaded, are now easily enough built, and they are the kind needed for this business; aud we believe that in less than two years' time several lines of such steamers will be ply ing between Liverpool and New Orleans, adapted for carrying grain m bulk, cotton, tobacco, flour, or whatever the exporters of the Mississippi basin might desire to export, and to bring hack dry goods, all manner of general merchandise and "emigrants. To insure success, we believe English grain merchants will open houses in New Or leans, and Euglish importing houses be opened there, and that lines of properly constructed iron steamboats and barges will in time penetrate every navigable watercourse of the Mississippi valley. Pleasant Sight in Alabama. The St. Louis Journal of Commerce says: Alabama was ruined twice, but is now saved as by fire. Her first ruin came upon her in the shape of the great Nullitier's doc trines; aud her second when she joined her self to the Southern cause to fight it out. Now she has six cotton factories, which we trust will increase to 6ix dozen, aud her forty thousand spindlesto four hun dred thousand. II the spirit of Calhoun is permitted to revisit the neighborhood ol his unrest, what dismay he must feel at the wonders wrought in Alabama bv the political antagonism which be fought so bitterly, the contagion of which, we are glad to learn, is spreading to South Caro lina, his native State. Civilization works in a mysterious way its wonders to perform. A Washington special to the Louisville Courier-Journal says: * The President, it is understood, has sent instructions to the district attorney in New Tork to secure the indictment of all persons who are implicated in bribery, corruption and perjury by the recent evidence taken lyr the Senate investigating committee in New York. This is preliminary merely, it is understood, to the complete abolition of the present cartage bureau and general order system, and the establishment of a new or a return to the old system. AUCTION SALES. By Nash ft Hodgson. A SEAT COTTAGE RESIDENCE, NO. 261 WASH INGTON STREET, BETWEEN CARONDELET AND BARONNE STREETS. SUCCESSION OF MRS. HARRIET PRICE, DE CEASED. Second District Court for the paribli of Orleans— Docket No. 34,738. B Y NASH & HODGSON—W. 1. HODG aon. Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Gravier street.— On SATURDAY, March 2, 1372, at twelve o'clock 51., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, in the base ment rotunda ot the St. Charles Hotel, in this city, bv virtue and in pursuance of an order of the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second l)in tiiet Court for the parish of Orleans, dated January 30, 1872, docket No. 34,738, for aeeount of the above succession, at public auction, will be sold— ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, with the Im provements thereon, situated iu tlie Fourth Dis trict of this city, iu the square bounded by Wash ington avenue, Carondelet, Baroune and Fourth streets, designated as No. 9, measuring 29 feet 2 inches front on Washington avenue by a depth of 100 feet, between parallel Hues, according to a plan made by Louis U. Uilie, surveyor, dated February 6, 1872. The improvements consist ot a very neat and new slate roof Frame Cottage Residence, known as No. 261 Washington street, containing three rooms; also two-story frame back building, containing four rooms. The mam house has white marble man tels, tbe'rooins are handsomely finished, aud there are gas pipes throughout. There is a large cistern iu the yard, privy, and chicken house. The yard is paved, lias side entrance, etc., and is sold subject to a lease, expiring in October next, 1872, at tlie rate of $40 per month, to a good tenant. Terms—Cull on the spot iu Uuited States treas ury notes. * Act of sale before Andrew Hero, Jr., notary public, at the exiieuse of the purchaser, including the stamps, and the taxes for the current year. 1372. tel 10 17 24 mli2 _ TWO VALUABLE LOTS OF GROUND ON LOUIS IANA AVENUE. TWO SHARES JEFFERSON CITY GASLIGHT STOCK. SUCCESSION OF W. J. WILSON. DECEASED. Second District Court for the pariah of Orleans— Docket No. 35,168. B Y NASH dfc IIODGHON, W. I. HODGSON, Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Qravier street.—On SATURDAY, Match 23, 1872, at twelve o'clock M., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, in the basement rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, by virtue and in pursuance of an order of the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated February 13, 1.372, docket No. 35 163, for account of the sue* ce-sion of W. J. Wilson, deceased, at public auc iou. will be sold— TWO VALUABLE LOTS OF GROUND iu the Second District of tLi3 city, ill the square hounded 1>V Louisiana avenue, Urytania, Delachnise aim Plaque mine (now ColHseum) streets, designated as lots Nos. 12 and 13, which adjoin each other aud measure as follows; to wit: Lot No. 12 measures 30 feet 6 inches trout on Louisiana avenue, by a depth of 160 fret. Lot No. 13 measures 31 feet 10 luclies and 7 lines front Louisiana avenue, by a depth of 160 teet, ail between parallel liuea American measure. ALSO. TWO SHARES of the capital stock of tin-Jeffer son City Gas Light Company, Terms—Cash ou the spot iu United Slates treasury notes. Act of sale la-fore John F. Coffey, notary, at the exiieuse of the purchaser, including the stamps and the taxes tor the current year. fe!7 Ulh2 9 16 23 _ ELEGANT FOURTH DISTRICT PROPERTY. THE TWO-STORY BRICK RESIDENCE AND TWO LOTS OF GItOU<D, NO. 571 ST. CHARLES STREET, CORNER OP PHILIP STREET SUCCESSIONS OF ROBERT WALLACE BOYD AND HIS WIFE, CLARA CECILIA DUFFEL. BOTH DECEASED. Second District Court for the parish of Or'.ean Nos. 26,794 and 35,035. B Y NASH At HODGSON-W. 1. Hodgson, Auctioneer—Office No. 178 Gravit-r street—on SATURDAY, > arch 2.1872, at twelve o'clock M . at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, iu the base ment rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, iu this city, by virtue aud in pursuance of an order of the lion. Loris Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second District Court tor the parish of Or leans, dated January 22, 1372, docket Nos. 26,794 anil 35,035, iu the matter of the- successions of Robert Wallace Boyd and his wife, Clara Cecilia lluflel, both deceased, at public auction, will be sold— TWO VALUABLE LOTS OF GROUND, together with tlie buildings and improvements thereon, sit uated in the Fourth District of this city, in tne square hounded by St. Charles (late Nyadcs), Philip, Carondelet (late Apollo) and Jackson streets, aud designated as Nos. 18 and 19, measur ing as follows, to wit: Lot No. I S measures 31 feet 6 inches front on St. Charles street, by a depth of 120 feet, between parallel lines. Lot No. 19 adjoins tot No. !8, and measures !,> feet 3 inches front ou St. Charles street, by a depth of 120 feet oil the side of lot No. 18. ami 120 feet 3 inches and 6 lines on tlie oilier side line aud front ou Philip street, forming the corner of St. Charles aud Philip si reets, all American measure, according to a plan made bv Louis H. Pilie, surveyor, dated February 12.1372, taken fiom a plan draw n bv Hugh Grant, city surveyor of Lafayette, dated April 3, 1848, and deposited iu the office of J . R. Beard, late a notary public. T lie improvements consist of a stylish and well built two-storvand attic brick residence, known as No. 571 St. Charles street, with two story brick back buildings, all under slate roof. The house is retired from the street, has front and side orna mental verandahs, with Corinthian columns ill front, and contains a wide hall, two large pulors, library and diningroom down stairs, aud ball and tour large, eomlbrtakle bedrooms on the second floor, a ml large room in the attic, all in the main building, with bathroom, three bedrooms, kiteh -n, ironing room, washroom and water closets in tlie hack building. The house has gas throughout, with handsome marble mantels iu the principal rooms pallors p.pered, etc. There are two large cisterns; hath supplied with hot and cold water. There is a wood and coal house: hack yard paved with brick; the front banquette is liaaflsomely flagged; ihe front and side yards are also very haudsomeiy laid out aud flagged, and embellished w ith choice shrubbery, fruit and shade tr» es. The whole in very good order and repair, and is leased until October 31, 1872, at an annual rent of ^ 18 (h), payable monthly; or earlier possession may be had. at the option of tlie purchaser. Tins most eligible and desirable property, situ ated in the most delightful portion of the city, ad joining the elegant homestead of K. A. Tyler. K-q., and surrounded by. beautiful residences, will be sold on the following easy and acceptable— Terms and Conditions—One-third cash in Inited States treasury notes, and the balance in equal payments, at one and.two years, with eight per cent interest and special mortgage, with ven dor's privilege, from date until tiual payment; the act oi mortgage to include renunciation of appraisement and confession of judgment, with live per cent for attorney's fees in case of suit on any of the credit notes; the improve ments to be kipt insured by tlie purchaser, to the satisfaction ot the executor, and the policy transferred to the holders of the credit notes; m addition to which the pure baser will assume ail the taxes for the year 1871, and up to the day ot sale, over aud above inh price of adjudication. Act of sale before F. I). Seghers. notary public, at the expense of the purchaser, including the Uuited States revenue stamps, ja25 fe3 17 24 nih2 By R. M. ft B. J. Montgomery. HOUSEHOLD B FURNITURE. PIANOS, CA8PETK ETC., AT AUCTION. Y E. »l. * B. J. iHOMTGUOTFKY-It. _ M. MONTGOMERY, Auctioneer—Will be vole on every .SATURDAY, TUESDAY, and THURSDAY at, tht- Old Auction Mart, 87 Camp street, at eleven o'clock— A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF NEW and SBC. GND-HAND FURNITURE, euen &3 Rosewood Mahogany and Walnut Bedsteads, Amioirs, Bu reaus, Washstanda, Parlor Furniture, Marble Toj Centre Tables, Carpets, French Plate A 4 * rrurt Mattresses, Cooking Stoves, etc. ALSO. A large invoice of Cottage Beds, Cone and Wood Seat Chairs. Also. Upright and Square Fiar.ei o' 7level, Favre and other manufactories. ALSO, AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW FURNITURE J All description at private sale. Terms—Cash un* By Hoffman, Marks & Co. ASSIGNEES' SALE. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, SHELVISGS, SAFE, COUNTERS AND OFFICE FURNITURE, ETC. B Y HOFFMAN, MARKS & GO.-A. LEVY, Auctioner.—Will be auld, on THURSDAY, Feb ruary 22, at 10 A. M., by order of the official as signees, at store No. 17 Magazine street, the entire stocks in trade of Messrs. Gretzner, WiuehiU k Co., consisting of— CLOTHING, TURNISHING GOODS, HATS, TRUNKS. VALISES, 8HELVING8, SAFE, COUNTERS and OFFICE FUR^gTUKB, etc. The above without any reserve whatever, by order of the official assignees. fel6 18 20 22 AUCTION SALES. By E. A. Deslonde. - SALE ON TWELVE MONTHS CREDIT, BY AUCTION, OF ENGINES, BOILERS, MACHINERY AND FIX TURES ATTACHED TO AND FORMING THE RICE MILLS LATELY ERECTED BY O. E. HALL. ALSO, THE UNEXPIRED LEASES OF THE LOTS AND BUILDINGS NOS. 59, 61, 63 , 65, 67 AND 69 ST. JOSEPH STREET, AND OF CERTAIN MA CHINERY. ETC. SUCCESSION OF ORSON E. HALL. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans— Bucket No. 34,964. B Y E. A. DKSI.ONDK, AUCTIONEER— Office No 45 Buronne street.—Tl ESDAY. Feb niarv '27 1872, at twelve o'clock M., on the premises. Nos. 59, 61 and 63 St. Joseph street, between Peters anil Commerce streets, by virtue and 111 pursuance of an order of the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans dated New Orleans, November 17, 1871, anil February 2, 1372, docket No. 34,964, will be sold for account of the succession of Orsou E. Hall, de* Ce THK ENGINES. BOILERS. SHAFTINGS. PULLEYS, BELTING. MORTARS, POUNDERS, GRIST MILLS. MILL STONES. BINS, FIXTURES, etc., composing or forming part of the rice and grist^ mills erected and put up by the late Olson K. Hall (exclusive of such parts of machinery, engines aud fixtures iu said mills as belong to Mrs. Kosiua Prague and D. M. Hollingsworth, and which art set forth in the leases made by Mrs. Plague and D. 51. Hollingsworth to Oiaou E. Hail). THK UNEXPIRED LEASE of the lots and build ings Nos. 59. 61, 63. 65, 67 anil 69, on St. Jotoph street, together with certain machinery, engine, boiler, etc., as set forth and described in said lease executed by Mis Rosina Prague iu favilr ot the late Orsou K. Hall, for a term of five years from the first dav of April. 1871, until the thirty-first day of March. 1376, at au animal rent of $37(10, payable monthly on tile first day of every month; the original of sa d h-ase will be lead at the sale. THE UNEXPIRED LEASE of certain machinery aml fixtures, leased by I>. M. Hollingsworth to Or sou K. 1 all for a term of five years from the first day of April. 1871, until the thirty first day of March. 1876, at au annual rent of $300 payable mouthiv, whuh machinery as set lortli iu the lease will lie fully indicated on tlie day of sale. Terms and Conditions—1. The engines, boilers, machinery above described as belonging to the succession of Orson K. Hall, and as iWrniing part of the rice aud grist mills, having been oltVrcu at pub* lie sale on Monday, February 1*, 1872. utter tlie legal and regular advertisements, and not having brought the appraised val e. nor two thirds ot the same, as required bv law, will now In* offered aud sold to the last and highest bidder on a credit of twelve mouths, payable in the bond of the pur chaser, bearing eight per cent interest, and secured to the satisfaction of the executor. 2. The pur chaser of Mie upexpiled leases to assume, to the extent of his bid, naymeut of the rent as the same becomes due, ana balance of price, if*iuy, to be paid iu twelve months bond, with interest at eight per cent from the day of sale, and with security according to law. This being the seeoud ottering of the leases, the same having been offeied at pub lic tale on the fourth day of January, 1872, and not having brought the appraised value, they will now be sold to the highest bidder, according to law. The purchaserof the engines, boilers, machinery and mill \ l pay iu cash sufficient to d«*tray cost of advertising and charges of auction sab*. Tel7 20 24 27 By S. Guinault. SUCCESSION OF JOSEPH Mil Second Dl.-tm rart for the Pans'll B y s. GinsAci ci ,T, AUCTIONEER—OFFICE _ oruer of Exchange alley anil Bienville street— SATURDAY. Marcii 9. 1872. will be sold at twelve o'clock M„ at the Merchants amt Auctioneers' Ex change, ou Roval stieet. between Canal and Cus tomhouse streets, by virtue of an order trom the honorab e tlie Second District Court tor the parish of Orleans, dated January 22, 1872, tLe following described propertv. to wit— A LOT OF GROUND situated in the Third Dis trict of this city, la the square comprised within Columbia. Viliere, Laliarpe and Robertson streets, designated by No. 77. on apian made by L. Brin gier, on Ihe twentv-sevenrii of Seplf lnnev, 1836, and annexed to an aet passed on the third o: June, 1344. before C. Pollock, then notary in this city. Said lot of ground measures, iu French measure, 30 teet front on Robertson street by 120 feet deep, together with tlie buildings and improvements 1 hereon, consisting ot a frame house, fo 373, hav ing five rooms, two closets, doable kitchen, two Cisterns, well, privy, etc. This property is sold subject to n h as.- ending July 3, 1873, at tin-rate of $26 per tno.iih. with privilege of renewing for two years long"! a', the same rate. Terms—Cash. Aet of sale before <>. Prom t, notary puV.*.t. at the expense of the purchaser, including the l i ited States stamps. te7 17 24 m h9 By C. E. Girardey & Co. -♦ • • K LOTS C RNF.R MAGAZINE AND STREETS. SUCCESSION OF DAVID ROSENBERG Second Distric art for the Parish No. 34,881. B 1 GO., AUC Auctioneer— -SATURDAY. Alaich Y G. E. GIRARDEY tioneers—Nicholas J. Office No. 17 Exchange dace. 2. 1372, at twelve o'clock 51., at the Mer chants anil Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, be tyeen ( anal aud Customhouse streets, intliiscity ot New Orleans, by virtue of a judgment iu par tition rendered by the honorable the Second Dis trict Court for the parish ot Orleans, iu the above entitled matter, w ill be sold by public auction, tne ioliowiugde.icriltd projnrty town — FIVE LOTS OF GROUND m the Fourth District of this city, in the square bounded by Magazine. Camp, Third aud Fourth streets, designated by the Jins. I to 5 on plan by C. A. Hi*din, thirtieth November, 1354, deposited" in the office off. O. Stark, notary public, as plan No. 190. Said lots adjoin each other, and measure ns follows, to wit: Lots N"S. 1 and 2' measure t-ach "I feet 9 inches irout on Magazine sueet ami lots Nos. 3 a il 4 measure tacli 31 feet 10 im-hi depths of said lots i 4 inches and 5 lines side of lot No. 1.1 depth and front ouT the comer of Magazin adjoins the above described lots in the rear, a: measures 32 feet front on Third street 1 . inches in depth, 'oetseen parallel lines. Terms of sale—Cash. Acts of sale aud United States stamp pease of the puiohascrs, before W. 3. tasted, notary public. s fro III < riu Magazine str< ft, tl. inginj; : iocularly from 12 5 fit i str.-t m the upper or Fouiti » 128 tVe if inches a it 7 iiuea i bird str cel; the lot No.4! 'orniin ae and Third streets. I ,.it No. 28 fel' V 137 ter i at the r J. Casti 17 21 mb! VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY CORNER OF CARONDELET AND FOURTH STREETS. IN TIIE MATTER OF THE MINOR A5I1P. KLEIN. Second District Court for the parieh of Orleans— No. 34,931. B y g. e. girardey & go.-ntcho las J. Huey, auctioneer—Office No. 17 Ex change place.—SATURDAY, March 2. 13,2. at twelve o'clock 51., at tlie Merchants aud Auc tioneers' Exchange, ou Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, by virtue of an order of the honorable the Second District Court foi tho parish of Orleans, dated Octola-r 23, 1871, will bo sold by public auction, in the matter of the minor Amos P. Klein, the following described property, to wit— The undivided on • half interest in and to— TWO LOTS OF GROUND with all the buildings and improvements thereon, iu the Fourth District of this city, in the square hounded by St. Charles, Carondelet, Fourth and Washington streets, designated by the Nos. 12 and 13. Said lots adjoin each other, and measure each 28 feet 8 inches front oil Carondelet street, by a depth of 129 feet, between parallel lines; tiie lot number twelve forming the corner ot t arondelet and Fourth streeis. Tho improvements on said propertv comprise a two-story slate-roofed build* ing having front galleries, two rooms and ball be low' and above; a one-story addition, which .com ' ' - — • - Tlie tc. die i.led prises kiicben. pantry, servants' rooms, etc. T t rounds art- planted in shrubbery, fruit trees, e grounds are pi And, at tbe o.ujie emv t ..«' same terms and conditions, the other unit half of the property will be sold in block w: interest of said minor. A?:n, For other interests, and upon the same u-r - and conditions— . A FORTHiV OF GROUND in the Fourth District of this city, in tiie square hounded by St. Charles, Oaroudelu't, Fourth and Washington streets, meas uring 60 feet front on Fourth street, by 57 feet 4 inches in depth, between parallel lines, and form ini'part of i«ta Nos. 10 aud 11, which portion of ground adjoins the rear ot the property flistly de Terms—One-third cash, anil the remainder at one and two years' ciadit iu notes of the pur chasers, s* cured by special mortgage and vendors lieu, aud hearing' interest of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until final payment; further seemed by the elanses or five per cent at torneys' fees in event of suit, and of the insurance of the improvements by the purchasers and the transfer of the policies to the vendors, aud pur chasers to assume payment over and above tlie amounts of adjudication of all taxes for the year 1871. Acts of sale and United States stamps at the expense of the purchasers, before O. Merel, noutry public. )a28fel017 24 mh2 AUCTIONSALES^ By C. E. Girardey ft Co. GREAT UNRESERVED SALE OF CENTRAL AND well improved commercial property, situated m arly opposite tlie Poydras Market, one of the best locations for business and permanent in vestments in this city. This extensive sale comprises upward of twenty-three well built and commodiously arranged two and three story brick stores, designated by tlie Nos. 188, 190, 192,194, 196, 193 198 bis,200 and 202 Poydras, including the coiner of Poydras and Baroune streets, tlie entire front of tlie square ou Ba ronne street, including tlie corner of Baroune and Lafayette streets, Wing Non 129 to 151, in clusively, and Nos. 179 and 181 Lafayette street; aud tlie large aud substantially built warehouse known as ''The 5Iillaudon Tobacco Warehouse," all popular business stands, un der lease and yielding remunerative and profit able incomes; and a building lot ou New Levee street, in the triangle square. The entire without reserve, ou easy terms aud long credit. THK MATTER OF TnE SUCCESSION OF Widow- Jos. Abaf, L. J. Auguste Cordier et al. vs. Mrs. A. Tamboury et ah, fer a partition. Second District Coart for the Parish of Orleans— No. 35,143. B y c. e. girardey & go., auction eers—Nicholas J. Hoev, Auctioneer— Office No. Exchange place.—SATURDAY. March 9, 1872, twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants aud Auctioneers' Exchange, ou Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, iu this city of Sew Orleans, by virtue of a iudgment in partition gendered in the above entitled matter, by the honor able the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, on January 24, 1872, and signed January 1372, will be sold by pub ic auction, in order to i t a partition of the property of the succession silid Mrs. Widow Joseph Abat, the following de scribed valuable property, to '.it— ALL THAT' PORTION OF GROUND, comprising nearly two-thirds of the entire square of ground, situated in the First District of this city, and bounded by Poydras, Buronne, Carondelet ami La fayette streets, and subdivided on and ts bo sold according to plan thereof by L. II. Pilie, surveyor, as follows to w-it— 1. that WELL KNOWN COFFEEHOUSE of Isidore Oiraud's, forming the corner of Poydras aud Baroune streets; the lot, being designated as measure s 19 feet 8 ini-lies front ou Poydras by ino feet 2 inches in depth and front on Buronne street, and 19 feet 11 inches iu width in die rear and front oil an alley 7 feet 8 inches wide, extending from ,ot No. 9 to and opening on Baroune street, and cenimon to said nine lots. The improvements thereon comprise a two-story brick house, liavicg a coffeehouse below with dwelling above, and a two-slory brick rear build ing attached, in which aie kitchen, etc. The property is leased to 51r. Isidore Giraud until the thirty-first of August, 1872. at the rate of $2109 annum, or $175 per month, payable monthly. , propertv is known as No. 202 Poydras street. THE TWO-STORY BRICK STORE next ad joining I lie above described property, designated as No. 200 Poydras street, being one of the two stores leaseff to and occupied by Messers Davis -v Jackson as a large cloth ug emporium. Tin- lol is designated as No 2, and measures 20 feet 18 inches and 6 lines front ou Poydras stieet by 100 feet 2 inches in depth, and 21 feet 2 inches in width ill the rear and fronting on the cornu,ou alley open ing on Baronin* street, leased to and oecup eil by Messrs. Davis it Jackson at tlie rale of *1200 per iiiiirim. or $100 per month, payable monthly, until the thirtieth of .September, 1K7'2. 3. THE TWO-STORY BRICK STORE, next aff liniug the above described properly, mid desig nated by the No. 198 bis Poydras street, leased to ami occupied by the same tenants as the adjoining property hereinabove secondly described, for the same period and at the same rate of $1200 per an limn, or $lim per month. The lot is designated as id measures 20 feet 10 inches and 6 lines front on Poycras street, by 10(1 feet 2 inches iu pth, aud 21 feet 1 inch ill w idth ill the rear, and anting on the common alley opening on Baroune stieet. THE THREE-STORY BRICK STORE, next ad joining the above described property ,.and de.-ig nat d by the No. 198 Poydras street. The lot is designated by the No. 4. aud measures 19 feet 5 it and 3 lines fronton Poydras street, by loMVet : in-lies iu depth, and 19 leet 4 inches ami 1 line in j width iu tlie rear, aud fronting oa the common alley opening on Baroune streit. 5. THE THREE STORY BRICK ST*>RK AND DWELLING, next adjoining the above described property, and designated by The No. 19-1 Poydras street. The lot is designated by tlie No. 5, and measures 20 feet aud 7 lines Iroat on Poydras street, by WO feet and 2 inches in depth, and 19 feet 1! inches and 4 lines in width in the rear, and fronting on the common alley opening on Baroune s'leet; occupied bv and leased to Mr. John Hurley, until (be first of October. 1872, at the rate of $1200 per annum, or $W0 per month, payable monthly. 6. THE THREE-STORY BRICK STORE ANB DWELLING next adjoining the above descritjed property, aud designated by the No. 1. 4 Poydras street. The lot is designated by the No. 6. and measures 20 feet and 7 lines float on Poydras street, bv 109 feet 2 inches m depth, and 19 teet 11 inches and 4 lines ill width in the rear, and front ing on tile common alley opening on Baroune street; occupied by and leased to J. C. Lopez until fourteenth January, 1873, at the rate of $1290 per annum, or $100 tier month, payable mouthiv. 7. THK THREE-STORY BRICK STORE AND DWELLING m xt adjoining the above described property, and designated by the No. 192 Poydras street. "Tlie lot is designated by tbe No 7, and measures 2<> feet anil 7 lines front on Poydras street, by Mil feet 2 inches in depth, and 19 feet 11 inches and 4 lines in width in the icar. and front ing on tin-common alley opening on Buronne street; Occupied by an l leased'to Mr. Charles Lamm until Ii, t < letol i-r, 1372. at the rate of $ 1200 per annum, or $101) per month, payable monthly. 8. THE THREE STORY BRICK STORE AND abo rt bed propi-rtv. and designated by tlie No. 140 Poydras street. The lot is designated bv the No. 8, anil measures 29 feet and 4 Hues front ou l'oy 'ras street, bv 100 feet and 2 inches iu depth, and 19 feet 11 inches and 1 hue iu width in the rear, and fronting on the common alley opening on Baronne street — is occupied by anil rented to 51r. Thomas Moran, at the rate of $"1290 per annum, or $ 1P0 pel-mouth, payable monthly. 9. THK TilRKE-STORY BRICK STORE AND DWELLING, next adjoining the above de.-cribed propertv. and designated b.v the No. 1S3 Poydras street. Tlie 1-t is di signaled by tlie No. 9. and measures 20 feet and 1 inch front on Poy-lras street, bv 197 feet anil 10 inches in depth, and 19 feet 11 iuelies and 2 lines in width in tlie rear, with the use of ihe common alley, 7 feet aud H inches wide, extending from said lot No. 9 to aud opening ou Burouuc street. Especially adapted to the trade of this populous and a uhrtl more d hama lolive < •i at i»*. No property in this ler for business or lental purposes, e; desirab b* for invest l ment than the a bee d spit a aid ran^e of stores. ITospecth ■ment, besides prose ut advantagi » auc nt valui l*, are striking ; features. Unroiine Strce. Property. 19. FOUR LOTS OF GROUND, il signaled by the Nos. Ill, II. 12 and 13, and measuring each 23 feet 9 inches aud b lines front on Baronne street, by 72 feet in depth, between parallel lines. The im provements tiiereou comprise one-story brick houses, or buildings, known ns Nos. 129, 131,133 and 135 Baronne street, rented anil h-ased as fol low,,: No 123 Baroune stieet rented to S. tfoltini, at $ to ]ier month, to October 1. 1''72; No6. 131 and 131 Baroune street rented to G. W. F.slier. until July 1, 1872. at $17) per month, until and including the month of May. 1 >72. and $125 for the month of June, 1872; No. 135 Baronne stieet is eased to Al bert i-'icilt rick, at $49 per month, until Aug .at 81. "ill THREE LOTS OF GROUND, designated b.v the Nos. 14. 15 and 16. and measuring each 23 feet front ou Baiomie street, by 72 feet in liepth. Is tween parallel lint s. The improvements thereon comprise oue-st-irv brick houses or buildings, known as Nos. 1J7, 139 and 141 Baronne stieet, rented aud leased as follows: Nos. 137 anil 1J9 Baroune street to William llipper, uni .1 August 31, P172. at $135 per month, aud No. 141 Baroune stieet to P. Coutoloii, at $75 per mouth, until Mari-li 31, 1872. 12. THAT EXTENSIVE PORTION OF GROUND in rear of the p opert.y Immediately above de scribed, the description of which, according to the alert-said plan hv L. II. Pilie, Esq., sun eyor, is as minus, to wit; 237 feet II inches anil 1 line on a broken line in rear of lots Nos. 19 to 19, and parallel, or nearly so, to Baroune strei t, 248 feet 9 inches on a broken line iu width in the rear toward Caron ilclrt street, 109 feet 3 inches in depth on tlie side line toward Poydias strei t, and adjoining t e ciuu alley in rear of the stores fronting on Poydras street, which alley opens on Baroune ctreet, 120 feet 10 niellos ami 7 lines in depth on a diagonal line, separating this fiom lot No. 22 and other propert.v, and 5 feet 4 inches and 1 line ou the lower side line of lot No. 18. where the samepio ji l ts into this from beyond the line of division of "lots Nos. 17 Md 13. The improvements on this por tion oi ground comprise very extensive anil well constructed two-story brick sheds or buildings, admirably adapted for warehouse or stable pur poses, the whole of w hich ground and buildings is covered by the rentals or leases gianted to certain portions of the property fronting on Baronne street, which rentals or leases w-i.l accrue to the puichasers pro rata. 13 THE LOT OF GROUND designated by the No. 17, measuring 23 feet lront on Baronne stru t by 72 feet in depth, between parallel lines. The improvements comprise a one-story brick house or building, the portion thereof designated as No. 143 Baronne street being occupied by and leased to J. Chittenden uulil the thirty first August, 1872. at $35 per month. 14. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, designated as Nos. 18 and 19, adjoining the property above described, and measuring as follows, to wit: Lot No. 13 meas ures 23 feet front ou Baroune street. 23 teet ami 7 liucsin width in the rear, by 77 feet 4 inches and 1 line iu depth on the line ot lot No. 17. and 75 feet 6 inches iu depth on the line of lot No. 19; aud lot No. 19 measures 21 feet 7 inches aud 4 lines front ou Baronne street, 27 fi et 7 inches and 2 lines iu width in till- rear, bv 75 feet 6 inches in depth on the line of lot No. 13, and 73 feet 6 inches iu depth on t he side lines of lots Nos. 20 and 22. Tlie improve ments comprise brick buildings, the fronts known as Nos. 145 anil 147 Baroune street, occupied by and leased to Charles Benson at $100 per month, until the thirty-first August, 1372. Gorner Baroune nnd Lalayctie Streets^ 15. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, designated as Nos. 20 aud 21, adjoining the property above described, and measuring as follows, to wit: Lot No. 20 mt-as uies 17 feet 8 inches and 4 lines L ent ou Baroune street, 64 feet iu depth on the line of lot No. 21, 61 feet 2 inches ar.d 2 hues in depth on the line oi lot No. 19, and 12 feet 8 inches in w idth iu the rear. Lot No. 21 measures 25 feet H inches front ou Baroune street by 64 feet iu liepth between parallel lines, and forms the corner of Baroune aud Lafayette streets. These places are known as Nos 149 and 151 Baronne stieet. and aie rented to L. Bnulo at $125 per month. The improvements comprise sub stantial two-story brick buiidiugs, adapted tor stores and dwelliugn 16. A PORTION OF GROUND in the rear of the above, and designated us lot No. 22: meas ures 64 feet fiout on Lafayette street, t4 feet 2 inches and 2 lines in width in the Tear on the described, 38 feet ______________ ______ Nob. 20 and 21 toward Baronne street, and 33 feet 3 inches and 4 lines on the side line toward Carondelet street. The improvements comprise a one-story and attic house, line of the property twelfthly de 4 inches on the side line ot lots __AUCTION SALES. known as Nos. 179 and 181 Lafayette street, ranted to Mrs. Boniiardel at $50 per month. Tbe Millaudon Tobacco Warehouse. 17. FIVE LARGE LOTS OF •pUND, situ ated in the islet hounded by Vclionpitouas, New Lt-vec or Peters, and Nuns streets, which islet lies partly in the First and partly in the Fourth District of this city. The lots are designated by the Nos. 1 to 5 on plan bv L. II. Pilie, surveyor, dated eleventh of January, 1872, showing the subdivisions of the property, aiid ac cording to said plan the whole hve lots measure together 230 feet 10 inches front ou Peters or New Lev* e street, 297 feet 2 inches and 6 lines front on Tchoupitoulas stieet. 182 feet 7 inches and 4 lines flout ou Nuns street, by 80 feet 9 inches in depth on the upper side line toward St. Magy stieet. The improvements comprise a large one-story brick warehouse, which covers tlie whole tive tots, in tended for and used as a tobacco warehouse, and leased to Messrs. Burke it Saufley until the thirty first of August, 1373, at $3900 per anuurn, pay able monthly. Together with tills property, and attached there to by special mortgage, are Mil shares (reduced to 197 shares) of the capital stock of the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana, secured by mortgage thereon. The purchaser of said property must assume all the respouaibililies of a stockholder of said bank, according to the charter t hereof, and furnish his stock note to the saiddiank in lieu and stead of the stock note now standing in the name of the vendor. The stock note due the said Citizens' Bauk on the said prop-rty amounts now to the sum of $3165, due July I, 1872, payable or renewable according to the charter of said Citizens' Bank of Louisiana l.ot on New .Levee or Peters Street. 18. A LtiT OF GROUND iu the square or islot known as the Triangle square," iu the First Dis trict of t his eity, bounded by New Levee or Peters, Front. Triangle aud Calliope streets, designated as lot No. 23. and measuring 24 feet 10 inches aud 2 lines front on New Levee or l'fti-1 s street, by 74 feet ill depth ou the upper side, 59 feet 8 Inches in depth ou the lower sidiq and 28 feet 8 inches iu width in the rear aud front on a common alley opening oil both of said Calliope aud Peters streets. Terms and Conditions of Bale—One-fourth cash, and the remainder at one. two aud three years' credit from the date of sale, iu notes of the pur chasers. to their own order, and by them indorsed, bearing interest of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until final payment, the said notes to lie secured bv special mortgage and vendor's lieu and privilege on tlie property sold. The improve ments on the property sold to lie kept insured for the full amount of "the credit portion until the same is finally paid, aud the policies of insurance therefor to be transferred to the vendors or hold ers of the notes; and in event of failure on the part of the purchaser to pay all or any part of the mortgage notes given for the credit portion, and it should become necessary to institute judicial pro ceedings for the payment thereof, the lawyers' fees for that purpose are hereby fixed at five [>er cent on the amount sued for, the said clause to be se cured In ihe same act of mortgage, aud the said amount to he paid bv or at the expense of tlie pur chaser. The purchasers of said property will assume, in addition to and ovei and above tlie amount of their bids, the payment of all taxes which the property sold may owe for and during the.year 1872. Purchasers'notes to be subdivided to siiit the interests involved. Al ls of sale and United States stamps attached at the expense of the purchaseis, before Jules 5Iossv, Esq., notary public. N. 'll.—The pla* of the property on Baronne stre* t having been designed to accommodate tiie general demand, tlie subdivisions of said property may be so changed or altered at the time of sale as to suit the di sire of purchasers. The rentals of the above properties shall accrue to the purchasers thereof from and atter the first of April. Any improvements belonging to the ten ants are reserved from sale, and such reservations will be made known at the time of 6ale. fi-3 4 7 17 24 mh2 9 ONE-FOURTH INTEREST IN THK SITTESdlON OF THE LATE ELIZABETH CLUE, OR ( LEU. CESSION OF JAMES B. TAYLOR. B y g. e. girardey vY go., auc tiom-iTs—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office No. 17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY, March 2, 1372. at twelve o'clock 51., at the 51er i hams and Auctioneers' Exchange, ou Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, by virtue nf an order of tlie honorable tbe Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated the twenty sccoml ol .auuary. 1872. will be sold by public auc tion, in tin- atiove-entitled matter— THE INTEREST OF THE SUCCESSION OF JAMES B. TAYLOR (lieing the one undivided fourth interest) in the succession of the late Elizabeth Clue or Cleu, the property or real estate being (te scribed as follows, to wit:' 1. SIX LOTS OF GROUND, with, tbe improve ments. etc., thereon, situated, in tlie faubourg : Livaudais. Fourth District of this city, in the , square No. 55 (on the original plan of said fan- i lniurg). which is bounded by Magazine. Live Oak, First and Philip streets; said lots being designated bv the Nos. 1 to 6, on a plan by Yloeibauscn, May 5, l-;i6. adjoining each other, ami measuring each 39 feet 5 inches front on Magazine street, by 130 teet in depth, between parallel lines. 2. ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND with all the im pioveinenis, etc., thereon, adjoining the lots above described, aud measuring 37 leet 6 inches front ou First street, between Live Oak and Magazine streets, by a depth of 182 feet 6 iuelies, between parallel lines. 3. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, with the im provements, etc., thereon, situated in the Fourth 1'istrii-t nf lilts citv, designated by the Nos. 3 and 4 ef square No. 2(1. on the original plan of said faubourg; lot No. 3 having 37 feet 11 inches front on .Magazine street liy 158 feet 3 inches in depth helwieii parallel lines', and lot No. 4 measuring 37 feet li inches front ou Magazine street by 158 teet 3 inches in depth on the side adjoining lot No. 3, thence on tiie fine dividing it from other property in the rear 49 feet 5 inches to the line ot Mr. Livau dais, thence ou the line dividing it from said prop (m !73 feet 7 inches, till it reaches the front on Magazine street. 1 |\vti LOTS OF GROUND in the Fourth Pis ti:.-t ol this city, m tie- square hounded by Eighth, I.evei- and Seventh streets and the public road, ilesi mated by the Nos. 1 and 2. Lot No. 1 measutes 2n feet 2 V. lines fronton Levee street, 121 feet 6 ini lies depth and front on Eighth stieet, 122 feet Hi inches and 4 lines ill depth ou the line ot lot No. 2, and 26 feet 4 inches and V) line in width in the rear and front on the Dublin road. Lot No. 2 measures 26 feet - X lines on Levee street. 122 feet 10 inches ami 4 lines in depth ou the line dividing it from lot No. 1, 124 feet 3 inches on the opposite side line, and 26 fett 4 inches and line iu width on tin- rear anil front on the public road. 5. FOUR LOTS OF GROUND in tlie same square, designated by the Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, on plan of Sliii-Thaust-n, January 21. 1346, deposited as plan thirty-live in the office of G R Stringer, notary pub lic lot No. 1 li iving 26 feet 4 iuelies and 1 tine front on tbe public landing, by 63 feet 6 inches on the line next to Seventh street. 63 feet 3 inches and 1 line on the line dividing it from lot No. 2, aud 26 feet 2 inches and lb. Hues on the rear line dividing it from l,,t So. 4. Lot No. 2 has 26 feet 4 inches and 1 line on the public landing, by 63 feet 3 iuelies and 1 line in depth on tlie line of lot No. 1. 63 feet 1 inch and 4 lines in depth ou the line next to Eighth street, aid 26 feel twoinclies and 1 G lines in the real oil the line dividing it from lot No. 3. Lot No. 3 has 26 feet 2 hues front on Levee stieet, bv 63 feet 1 Inch and 4 lines m depth on the line next to Eighth si reef, t 3 leet 3 inches and 1 line on the line divid ing it from lot No. 4 and 26 feet 2 inches and 1G ii:"es on the rear line dividing it from lot No. 2. And hit No. 4 lias 2n feet and 2 lines front on Levee street. In a depth of 63 feet 3 inches and 1 line on the line dividing ii from lot No. 3. 63 feet and 6 lines on the line next to Seventh street, and 26 feet 2 inches and 14. lines in the rear. ij. TWO LOTS OF GROUND in the same square, designated hv the letters A R and A S on plan by Buissnii, the iot A R having 51 feet 1 inch fr ont ou Levee street and SO feet on the Mississippi river, by a depth of 203 feet on one side and 198 feet on the oilier side : and lot A S having 51 feet 1 inch trout on Levee stieet, 53 feet trout oil the river Alissis ijqii. In a depth of 193 feet 6 inches ou the other PS OF GROUND in the Fourth Dis I iiam No. 69. bounded by Live Oak, 7 TW trict. it. ----- Magazine, sixth und Washington streets, desig nated as Nos. 31 and 32, adjoin, aud measure each :;ii f,.* t tiont oil Live Oak si reel, by a depth ot 153 feet 2 inches, hetweeu parallel ffnes. 8. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, with all the im provements, etc., thereon, in the same square, dcs lguateil as Nos. 29 aud 30, having eaeli 30 feet front on Live Oak street by 158 teet two inches in depth, between parallel lines. As tilt- whole will mure fully appear by reference to the inventory of said estate before A. J. Ker. no tary public, first April, 1871, a copy of which may be seen ami examined al the office of the auctioneer, and will lie publicly exhibited on the day and at the time of sale. Terms of sale—Cash. Acts of sale and Uuited States stamps at the ex pense of the purchasers, before A. J. Ker. notary public. ja28 felO 17 24 mh'2 PLANTATION IS AVOYELLES PARISH.—AS4IGN ee's sale in Bankruptcy.—liy order of E. E. Norton, assignee.—Iu the matter of James (.a; liham, bankrupt. District Conrt of the United States of America for the District of Louisiana, No. 1993. B y (. e. girardey & tc., auc tioneers— Office No. 17 Exchange place— SATURDAY. March 2, 1672. at twelve o'clock 51., at the -Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,on Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of New Orleans, by virtue of an order of the Hon. Fi. If. Durell, Judge of the District Court of the United States of Amtrica for the Dis trict of Louisiana, dated the third of Febrnery, 1872, sitting in bankiuptcy. will be sold by public auc tion the following described property, to-wit : A CERTAIN PLANTATION in the parish of Avoy elles. being tiie south half of section 26, and the southeast quarter of section 27. and the east half of southwest quarter of section 27, anil the cast halt of northeast quarter of section 27, and the northwest quarter of section 35, and west half of northeast quarter of section 35, aud east half of west half of southeast quarter of section 25. all in township 1 north of range 5 cast, western district of Louisiana, the whole comprising about 1009 acres, and cast half of northeast half of section 3 township 1 south, of range 5 east, containing 89 acres. The decree ot the court ordering the sale of the above described property directs that the same be freed from all incumbrances, and tbe assignee, act ing as tin- officer of tliecourt, will convey only such title as is in him vested by the assignment in bank rupt ev, and by the aforesaid order of court. Terms of sale—Gasli on the spot in United States treasury notes, and the purchaser to assume, over aud above the price of adjudication, payment ot all tlie taxes that the property- may owe up to the day of sale. . Act of sale and United States stamps at the ex pense of the purchaser, before M. Gernon, notary public. foil M nihl 2 *_ AUCTI0N SALES. By 0. E. Girardey ft Co. SIX LOTS CORNER FIRST AND LIBERTY STREETS-SUCCESSION OF EMANUEL KRAIL. Second Dietrict Court for tho Parish of Orleans— No. 19,363. B y c. e. girardey & co., acction eers—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office No. 17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY, March 23, 1872. at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, iu thia city of New Orleans, by virtue of an order of the honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated February 5, 1872, will be sold by public auction— SIX LOT* OF GROUND in the Fourth District of this city, in the square bounded by First, Second, St. Andrew, (now Liberty,) and Ktl George streets, designated as lots Nos. 14,15, 16, 17, 18 and 20. Lots Nos 14 to 18 adjoin and measure eaeli 30 feet front on First street, by a depth each of 100 feet; the lot No. 18 forming the corner of First and Liberty streets. Lot No. 20 measures 26 feet 6 inches front on Liberty street, by 150 feet in depth, between par* al el lines. Terms— One-fourth rash; remainder at one, two, three and four years credit, in notes secured by special mortgage aud vendor's lien, and beaiiug in terest of eigiitper cent per annum from date of sale until tiual payment, with the clause of tive per cent attorney's fees in event of suit; the purchasers to assume payment over and above the amounts of their bids of all taxes for the year 1871, and all costs of the proposed banquette «>n Filet street. Acts of sale and United States stamps at the ex pense of the purchasers before W. J. Castell notary public. fe!8 mh2 9 16 23 TWO-STORY HOUSE, NO. 467 POYDRAS STREET— Succession of Honora Kelly. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans— xSo. 33,573. B y c. e. girardey & ro., auction eers—Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer—Office No. 17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY, March 23, 1872, at 12 o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Custom house si reets, by virtue of an order of the honor able the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated February 5. 1872, will be sold by public auction, for account of tlie succession of Honora Kelly, deceased, the following described property, to wit— A LOT OF GROUND with all the improvements thereon, iu the First District of this city, iu square bounded by Poydras, Perdido, Prieur and Johnson streets, being "portion of lot No. 4. and measuring 20 feet 2 inches front on Poydras street, by 120 feet ; depth. The improvements comprise a two-story frame house, a oue story kitchen, large cistern, shed, etc., known as No. 467 Poydras street. Terms—Two-thirds cash ; the remainder at one and two years'credit in notes secured by special mortgage and vendor's lien, and bearing interest of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until final payment, with penal clause of five per cent attorney's fees. Improvements to be kept fully insured iind policy transferred, and purchaser to assume payment oi* all taxes for 1371 and up to the day of sale over and above the amount of the bid. Act of sale and United States stamps at the ex pense of tlie purchaser before J. L. Laresche, no tary public. fel8 mb2 9 16 23 DRYADES STREET PROPERTY. IN THE MATTER OK THE MINOR JOHN T. GOODSON. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans, No. 34,545. B Y V. E. GIRARDEY & CO., Auc tioneers—Nicholas tl. Hoey-, Auctioneer—Office No. 17 Exchange place—SATURDAY. March 23, 1812, at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auc tioneers' Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, hv virtue of an order of the honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated February 10, 1872, will be sold by public auction, the following described property, to wit— A LOT OF GROUND, in the First District of this city, iu the square bounded by Dryades, Baronne, Girqd and Julia streets, designated as the lower halfxif lot No. 41, arid measuring, in French meas ure, 30 feet front on Philippa or Dryades street by 120 feet m depill. Tiie improvements comprise stables and sheds. Terms—Cash on the spot in United States treas ury notes, and purchasers to assume payment, over and above the bid, of all taxes for tlie year 1871 and up to the day of sale. Acts of sale and United States stamps at the ex pense ot the purcliasers, before W. J. Castell, notary public. fel8 mb2 9 ib 23 By O. Valeton. SPECIAL CHANCE FOR CAPITALISTS. VALUABLE PROPERTY ON GRAVIKR STREET, Fronting the St. Charles Hotel. SUCCESSION OF JAMES 51. PETERSON. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans— No. 34,701. B Y O. VAIil.TON, AUCTIONEER-OFFICE No. 14 Nati-lii i. street—SATURDAY, March 9. 1372, at twelve o'Ci"ek 51., will be sold at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, on St. Charles street, basement of the St. Cha.les Hotel, by virtue auil in pursuance of an order tom the Hon. Louis Duvig ueaiid, Judge of the S. ouil District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated -'ehruary 6, 1872, No. 34,7(14 of the d^^t-t of said coui;, the follow ing described tiropefl^^Blz— AIL WRIT CFRTAIN IffJT OR PIECE OF GROUND, situated in the F st District ot this city, in the square tioinided ■ v Gravier, Union, St. Charles aud Carondelet str ts, designated as lot No. 2. Said lot measures i. feet 7 inches front on Gravier sti>-et. by 149 feet 7 i.i los in depth ou the side next to lot No. 1. and 150 ii > 6 inches in death on tlie line next to lot No. 3, an 26 feet 8 inches from on Union stieet, English ensure, together with ail the improvements the, on. consisting of offices fronting on Gravier stree 1 and warehouse fronting oil Union street; (he v lole, being only partially improved, are renting to (tie amount oi $2520 per annum. This is one of the best localities for business. Tel ms and Conditions—One-thiril of the adiuiliea tiou price, cash, and balance on a credit of oue and two years; the purchaser to give bis notes in cou pons, at the option of the administrator, secured by mortgage and vendor's privilege on the prop erty; said notes to hear interest at the rate of eight jier'ecnt iht annum from date of salo until paid, aud the iv.Hiding to lie kept -insured anil policy transferred to the administrator, with the penal clause of tive pci* cent attorney's fees in the event of suit; till-taxes for tlie year 1871 to be assumed hv purchaser. Act of sale, together with Uuited States internal revenue stamps, at the expense of tho purchaser, before \V. J. Castell. notary public. Also—At the same time and place, will he offered for account of tlie above succession— 122 SHAKES OCEAN TOWBOAT COMPANY. 2 SHARES LOUISIANA COTTON HAKUFAC TOKY. Terms—Cash. fe7 14 22 m h 1 9 By G. De Feriet. ro KF POSITIVK SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, TITION, OF IMPROVED REAL ATE IN THE SECOND DISTRICT. l'EOT A ELIZA DOUGLAS PROSPER 5IACARTI. Eighth District Court for the Parish of Orleans, No. 321. B y g. <>k feriet-c. w. culbertson, Auctioneer—Office No. 59 Royal Btreet. .SATURDAY, Match 2, 1872, at twelve o'clock M. at the SC Louis Hotel, in the rotunda qf said hotel, will he sold by public auction, hv virtue ot a iudgment rendered bv the Hon. Henry C. Dibble, Judge of the Eighth District Court fur the parish of Orleans, on the nineteenth of January, 18.2, ami signed on tlie twenty-fourth day of the same month and year, the following described real estate, viz— .... . .., . A LOT OF GROUND, with the buildings and liu pruvements thereon, situated iuriie Seeoud District of this city, in the equate bounded by Robertson, St. Aim, Inunuine anil Claiborne streets, measuring 35 feet front on Robertson street, liy 93 feet6 inches aud 5 lines in depth, between parallel lines. * Terms— Cash in United States treasury notes. Act of sale, with United States internal revenue stamps attached, before-, notary public, at purchaser's expense._ ja30 fc3 19 17 24 iniii TWO COMFORTABLE TKNUUSN'TS IN THK THIRD DISTRICT, ON LO^PI STREET. BE TWEEN LOVE AND CRAPS STREETS. SUCCESSION OK JACOB 8CII3IURR—NO. 34,166. B y g. de feriet-c. w. culbertson, auctioneer—Office No. 59 Rural street.—SAT URDAY, March 9. 1872, at twelve o'clock M., at the St Louis Hotel, iu the basement rotunda of the same, will be sold by public auction, by virtue of an order from the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second Listrict Court tor the parisu of Orleans, dated February 2, 1872, the following described real estate belonging to said succession, ' A~PORTION OR PARCEL OF GROUND, situated ill the Third District of this city, in the square hounded bv Louisa, Love, or Rampart, Clouet aim Craps, or Burguudr, sireets, said portion of ground being the whole of lot No. 12 and one hall of lot No. 11. and measuring, iu American measure,, si icei front on Louisa stieet by 120 feet ui depth, ' 1 * ■ equal aud parallel lines, a» rep cseated on a plat ot survey executed by Arthur do Armas, surreyor, dated February 5, 1372, The buildings and improvemei 1. A one story frame t, containing tour^ frontin;; rooms and tli consists of— fronting ou Louisa mis. A small frame building, cabinets, 'll 1 frame *hack^budding coutainin rooms, sheds, privy, thr»: Terms—One third cash, installments, at six and twe cisterns, etc. nd the balance in equal *lve months'credit, for each U |>f'which installments the purchaser shall furnish one or more promissory notes, as may be directed bv tlie administrator,beanngeigbt per cent interest per annum from date of adjudication, sun scribed and iudoised by himself, secured by privi lege and mortgage on Bald property; the act of sale to contain the clause of eight per Cent attorney's fees in case of non-payment of notes anil the usual clause of insurance, the purchaser to assume the payment of all taxes for the year 1371 on the pioperty. Act ot sale, with United States internal revenue stamps attached, before Abel Dreyfous, notary public, at purchasers' expense. fe7 10 17 24 mh2 9 AUOITO^ALES.___ By G, De Feriet. POSITIVE SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OF THE ONE UNDIVIDED TWELFTH OF A VALUA BLE SUGAR PLANTATION, SITUATED ON THE RIGHT BANK OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, ABOUT THREE LEAGUES B«LOW THE CITY. SUCCESSION OF FRANCOIS DUS8UAN CROIX—No. 11,517. B y g. de feriet-c. w. culbkrtson, Auctioneer—Office No. 59 Koval street.—SAT URDAY, March 9, 1872, at twleve o'clock M., at the St. Louis Hotel, in the basement rotunda of the same, will be sold by public auction, by virtue ot a judgment rendered and signed on the third of F'ebr'uarv, 1872, by the Hon. Louis Duvigneand, Judge ol the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, the following described real estate, viz: THK UNDIVIDED TWELFTH INTEREST or the deceased iu and to— A SUGAR PLANTATION, situated In the parisli of Orleans, on the right hank of the river Missis sippi, at about three leagues below the city of New Orleans, measuring about fifty-six arpeats front ou the river, bv ail the depth thereto belonging, ac cording to titles; bounded on tlie upper line by the property of A. D. Kiuck, or assigns, and on the lower line bv (lie propertv of C. and D. Viliere, or assigns; the "whole according to the original plan made by Carlos Trudeau, surveyor, dated Novem ber 14, 18(11, a copy of which will be exposed at tbe Fxcbmige prior to aud on the day of sale; together with the buildings and improvements ou the same, consisting more parlicnlary of a large two-story residence, covered with shingles, with wide galler ies surrounding the building, both below and in the second story; a sugar house, laborers' cabins, sta bles. barns, engines, etc. There are 100 arpeuts of cam- already planted, 100 one year's rattuons, 200 arpeuts of two year's lattoons, and sufficient cane in windrow to plant about eighty arpeuts. Also, THIRTY-NINE 5IULFS, twelve two mule plows, six four-mule plows, sine three-mule carts, five other carts, and a lot of lioes, spades, and other implements of husbandry. Terms—Cash iu United States treasury notes. Act of sale, with United States internal revenue stamps, before A. D. Doriocourt, notary public, at purchaser's expense. Ie7 10 24 inh2 9 POSITIVE AND UNLIMITED SALK BY PUBLIC AUCTION, TO EFFECT A PARTITION, OF CHOICE BEAL ESTATE IN THE SECOND AND THIRD DISTRICTS. CONRAD FRNST GIESB VS. MAGGIB MARIA AND CHARLES ANTHON GIBSE—NO. 34,948. B 1 B y g. de feriet, c. w. culbkrtson. Auctioneer—office No. 50 Royal street.— SATURDAY, 5Iarch 2, 1872, at noon, in the basement rotunda of the St. Louis Hotel, will be sold by pub lic auction, by virtue of a judgmaat in partition rendered bv the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second" District Court for tlie parish of Orleans, Oil November 9, 1871, aud signed on the fifteenth of the same month and year, the following described real estate, viz— . . 1. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, designated by the Nos. 1 and 2, in the Second Disiriet of tbe city of New Orleans, iu the square bounded by Canal, Oayoso, Salcedo and Customhouse streets, and measuring as follows: Lot No. 1 forms the corner of Canal and Oayoso streets, and measures 28 feet 4 inches aud 2 lines front on Canal Btreet. by 126 feet fl inches in depth and front on Gavoso sti eet. •#• Lot No. 2, adjoining the atiove, measures 28 feet 4 inches anil 2 lines front «n Canal street, by 126 feet 8 inches in depth, between parallel lines; the whole American measure. 2. A LOT OF GROUND, with the buildings and improvements thereon, in the square bounded by Goudchildr. n or St. Claude. Love or Rampart, Union and Frenchmen streets, Third District, measuring 33 feet 10 iuelies aud 4 lines front ou Union street, by 31 feet 11 inches aud 5 lines in depth, between parallel lines The improvements consist of a frame house containing two rooms two cabinets, and back gallery cistern, privies, etc. 3. ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, with the build ings and improvements thereon, situated in the same district, in the square bounded by Oood chiidreu or St. Ciaude, Morales, Louise and Piety streets. Said lot of ground forme the corner ot Morales and Louisa streets, aud measures 27 feet 5 inches aud 4 lines trout on Louisa streat, by 100 feet in depth aud front on Morales street. The build frigs und improvements cousist of a new fame house divided inio two tenements, containing four rooms and two cabinets, a hack building containing four rooms, shed, cisterns, privy, etc. Terms—One-third cash and the balance on a credit oi six, twelve and eighteen months, in notes drawn bv tlie pnrchaseis to their own order and bv them indorsed, secured by special mortgage and vendor's lien, and bearing eignt per cent interest per annum from the day oi sale until final pay ment; tlie buildings to lie kept insured and policies transferred to C. F,. Oeise, tutor of the minors, aud the act of sale to include the usual penal clause of five per cent attorneys' commission. The taxes of 1871 to be assumed by purchaser over and above the price of adjudication. Acts of sale, with United States internal revenue stamps attached, before Edward Barrett, notary public, at the purchasers' expense. jilJI tV3 19 17 24 mh2 _ CONTENTS OF GROCERY STORB, FURNITURE, ETC. ELIZA DOl'GLAES VS. PROSPER MACAUTY— No. 324. B y g. de feriet, c. w. culbertson, Auctioneer—(Htto* No. 58 Royal street.— SATURDAY. February 24, 1872, at eleven o'clock A. 51., OB tho premises, to wit: on Rob ertson street, between St. Ann and Dumain stieets, will be sold by public auction, by viriue of a judgment rendered by the Hon. Henry C. Dibble, Judge Ilf the Eighth District Court for the parish of Orleans, on the nineteenth of January , 1872, and signed ou the twenty-fourth day of the same month and vear— _ _________ THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THK GROCERY STORE established therein, and a lot of Furniture, such as Bedsteads, Looking glasses, Chairs, etc. Xcriiio—Cash on the spot. fe!2 17 21 24 By Placide J. Spear. VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON SECOND STREET, FOURTH DISTRICT. J. n. BREHOP VS. HIS WIFE. Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans— No. 2347. B y placide j. speak, auctioneer Office No. 46 Exchange alley.—THURSDAY, March 7, 1372, at twelve o'clock, will be sold at tbe Charles Auction Exchange, on St. Charles Blreet, between Common and Gravier streets, by ii tne of and pursuant to an order from the Hon. Tiarles Leauinont, Judge of the Fifth District Court for tiie parish of Orleans, dated January 30, 1872 in the above matter, to wit — A CERTAIN LOT OK GROUND, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, rights, ways, privileges anil appurtenances thereunto ap pertaining or in auvwisr belonging, situated iu the faubourg Livaudais. Fourth District of this eity. designated by tlie No. 22 of the square comprised within Second, Third, Dryades and St. Denis streets on a plan made bv A. G. Blanchard on the twentieth of May, 1853. deposited in the office of W. li. Peters, late a notary public in this city, for reference, under the tenth of June, 1853. Said lot measures, in American measure, as per said plan, 25 feet front ou Second street, by 112 feet 8 iuclu-s in depth, between parallel Dees. Tin* above de scribed property belongs to the community liy means of tlie purchase made liy the said John Henry Breliop from Robert W. Ragan on the twen ty-ninth dav of June, 1357, per act passed bfcforo D. I. Ricardo, late a notary public of this city. Terms and Conditions—One half cash, and the balance at one und 1 wc ycarB credit tor notes, di vided into coupons if required, bearing special mortgage on the property sold, with vendor's lien and privilege, bearing eight per cent interest per annum from «iate till paid; the buddings to be kept insured and police transferred to tku parties in terested, the clause of live per cent attorney s fees to he added, in case ot judicial proceedings tor the recovery of payment of notes or any por rion thereof The taxes of 187!, payable iu 1«72 to be paid hv purchaser over and above amount of adjudication. , , , . . , Aet of sue*, together with internal revenue Stamps, 1-tc... before John L. Laresehe, notary pub lic at the expense ot tlie purchaser. * iV-6 13 20 27 aihST _ VALUABLE ritOI'KKTY ON KLMIRH STREET THIRD DISTRICT. SUCCESSION OF JUSTIN AIJUILARD AND WIFE. Second District Court for the parish of Oiltans, No. 34.886. I >Y PLA I IDE J. SPEAR. AUCTIONEER — > Office No. 4 Lie. uligc alley—SATURDAY. F, '.. ru. rv 24, 1372. at t' ■-<• o'clock M., will lie sold tit public auction at tin* St. Charles Auction Exchange, oc. St. Chai its sir-c*. net wecu Gravier and Common streets, liy v.v: :c and in puisuance of an order from tin* Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Juelgi* of tlie Second District Court for tho parish of Orleans, dated January .9. 172. for account of said succes sion, to wit— A CERTAIN I. >T OF GROUND, situated in the faubourg Wa.i. ingn,-. of this city, in the district Moutryuil, in the Tii rd District of this city, iu the square comm.e d w.thiu Kimire, Lore. Desire and Craps streets; which said lot of ground is designa ted by tin* No. 2. measures 26 feet 11 inches front ou Elmir.- s*-- • : hv uo feet 7 iuchts iu depth, between parallel L:.- - Terms and Conditions—One-half cash, and tlie balance on ore vcui s credit lor notes secured bv mortgage ou tlie property sold, with vendor's lien, bearing eight per cent interest per annum 'from date until paid, ten per cent attorney's fees, iu case of judicial proceedings to recover Uni payment of said note* to be added. Act of sale before T. Buissou, notary public, with internal revenue stamps at the expense of -----"---- ja25 fel 8 15 23 24 wun luieruai i the purchaser.