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OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF NEW ORLEANS
TUB DAILY U£Pl'BUl'AN
Kny be had of the following dealers:
George Ellis, opposite the Postoffice.
A. Simon, No. 94 Exchange Alley. *
C. C. Haley, No. 19 Commercial Place. ,
U. O. D. Holle, No. 61 Exchange Place,
dames Ennis, Ponfccliartrain Railroad
Depot, Third District; also, at Depot foot
ol Liatayette Street, First District.
J. W. Long, comer of Love aid Enghien
Streets, Third District.
Variety news-stand, corner Bauphine and
Canal streets.
ntCTlOM NALKH THIS DAY.
EY G. I)E FERIKT U CO., at 11 o'clock, at No. 105
Union etreet, lot of household furniture—suc
cession of Josephine Blauco, widow of Michael
Debergue.
BY WILLIAM WEEKS, Constable Third Justice
Court, at 12 o'clock, at No. 38 Exchange alley,
iot of furniture—Ernest Haistre ve. Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson.
BY SHERIFF SAUVINET, at 12 o'clock, at the
Merchants ami Auctioneers' Exchange, lot of
ground corner of Lafayette and Franklin
streets—city of New Orleatns vs. Janies Marga
letor Margaret D. James.
Local Intelligence.
Four Charges.— Officers Axelson and
Murphy yesterday arrested George Samuel
ou Peters street, and, before they got
through, made lour charges, viz: shooting
with intent to kill, carrying a concealed
weapon, dangerous and suspicious charac
ter, and robbery. With all these accusa
tions on bis bead he lias a chance for redr
aft from active life.
Mrs. O'Mealy had a mealy barrel of
whisky when she retired Wednesday night,
in her elegant domicile, just where Tehoupi
toulas and Religious streets are so fortu
nate as to part company, never to meet
agaiu this side of China. During that night
Charles Williams, not a son of temperance,
but like a thief, stole .that barrel of moun
tain dew. Officers Axelson and Cbeevers
went for the fellow, and took him in, and in
a few days Mrs. O'Mealy will scow! on him
iu the Recorder's court.
As there exists something more than a
bare supposition that Samuel Rielley and
Charles Owen undertook to play a ctimmun
ist game with other people's goods, they
were persuaded by Recorder Houghton to
step down to a jury and explain away the
charge if they can.
The alarm of lire sent in about twelve
o'clock. Wednesday night was a fraud.
About nine o'clock Wednesday night a po
liceman found Edward Stone on the levee,
bead of Louisa street, quite insensible from
a dose of chloroform, which had been taken
for relieving purposes.
Ti.'F. Platform.— The wooden seats
erected in front of the City Hall, after
having served our citizens on several im
portant occasions, are now disappearing.
Ladies and children who have been accom
modated there will long remember our city
lathers gratefully for the considerate atten
tion. The small sum of money expended
was well bestowed.
The alarm of tiro about ten o'clock yes
terday morning was caused by fire breaking
out among the ruins of the Hoys' House of
Refuge. No particular damage done.
Criminal Court.— The grand jury found
a true bill against Thomas McKniglit. Jr.,
lor assault and battery.
ALo a true bill against Officer Jackson,
ir false imprisonment of A. Finnegan.
The ollieer was arraigned, pleaded not
guilty, and was released on bonds.
In the case of Henry GilJson, who pleaded
guilty to assaulting Salmon Ragging the
ilea of guilty was withdrawn, the plea of
iot guilty entered, and the accused dis
charged on a nolle prosequi. The same dis
position was made of the case of Mrs. Rose,
charged with assault and battery by Pierre
elm.
Henry Woods, who was found guilty of
ssault. was sentenced to pay costs or go to
ho Parish Prison for one day.
George Gray, convicted of stealing a dou
le-barreled gun and four double case silver
atebes from Edward Buckley, was sen
enced to eighteen mouths in the I'eniten
iary.
In the case of Officer J. F. Pinke. charged
ith assault and battery on one John Adams,
he district attorney entered a nolle
prosequi.
It seems that one Hunter, alias Adams,
ith about a dozen more aliases, an escaped
■onvict from the Kansas penitentiary, had
ct upon Special Officers LAirnas and Dono'
'an, and was going for Finke with a re
olver, to resist arrest, when Finke subdued
lm with his club. The convict has since
een returned to the Kansas penitentiary,
'here he will serve out ten years more.
C^uite Indifferent.— On several ocoa
ions lately the police have notified the
wner of the premises No. 72 St. Charles
treet that hits building is left unclosed at
1 iglit. No attention has been paid to the
arning, and perhaps will not be until some
chievous person goes in and purposely
r accidentally sets fire to the place. Citi
ens in that neighborhood would feel more
'cure if the owner of No. 72 would attend
his premises.
The Pistol.— Claiborne market rattled
the music of a pistol last night about lialf
ast seven o'clock, when Willie Keller and
ohn Dwyer, two young men, neither of
cm over twenty years old, had a diffi
lty. After the shooting Keller surreu
;red to Ollieer Miller, and states that
wycr had been following him w ith bad
tent, having a large rock in his hand.
Keller took out his pistol for the pur
'se, he says, of frightening his opponent,
hen the weapon was discharged aeei
ntally, the bullet hitting Dwyer ou his
east, indicting a hail wound. He was
nt to the Charity Hospital by his friends,
appears that there exists an enmity he
een the young men, and it is hoped that
o angry feeling will now cease. Keller
sists that he was acting in self-defense.
J- R. Rickets was arrested at the ^orner
Perdido and St. Charles streets last
•ht by officers McLaughlin and Bechtel,
'PPosed to he drunk. When in the sta
jonhouee it was discovered that he was
fferiug lrotn a severe wound oa his head,
e was sent to the Charity Hospital.
New Arrangement for Fire Alarms.—
ho Hoard of Police Commissioners having
contemplation the adoption of a new sys
m of ghing fire alarms, by means of
hich every person hearing the alarm dur
g the n:ght or day may anywhere within
hearing ot the belle, not only distinguish
the district in which the fire is, but
the station from which the alarm
was turned in, thus being able to de
termine thfc exact neighborhood of the fire.
This new arrangement will involve a trifling
outlay, hut by no means commensurate
with the great convenience which will re
sult not only to firemen but to citizens gen
eEallj - . It is hoped the new arrangement
will go into effect within a month's time.
ON CARONDELKT STREET.
The market in cotton began its run, sub
ject to a better inquiry than on the day be
fore. Factors have more hopeful views
than ever before, the prospect of future
short supplies tending to stimulate their
hopes.
Old State warrants sell for 7C, 77 and 78.
Recent warrants of this kind, issued 6inee
the Legislature met, are valned at GO.
Ammonia stock has again reached its fig
ure of $23 to $25.
TIIK COURTS*.
United Males District Court—In
Ad
District
miralty.
In the case of the Merchants'Insurance
Company against the steamboats Sabine
and Richmond, the rule to make the Rich
mond's exception more explicit was dis
missed. The rule to bond the steamer was
tried, and the same fixed at $30,000. The
exception of the owners of the steamer is
fixed for trial on the first of April.
The cause of George Kelley, commission
merchant, against the ship Coronet, was
submitted for decision, anil resulted iu the
libel being dismissed.
The claimant in the case of P. Cunning
ham and others against the 6teamer Santa
Martha is ruled into court on the twenty
third, to show cause why the appeal taken
from the decision of court should not be
dismissed.
United Slates Circuit Court.
Tl.e / case, of Thomas Johnson against the
steamer Bradish Johnson has been appealed
to the United States Circuit Court from the
district court.
In the case of Myra Clark Gaines against
P. A. Hordis, Jean Bordin, W. R. Briegier,
J. Bruce, Robert Cleburne, A. Caslon, L.
Fancierre, August Faucliet, J. Frederic, J.
C. Gobaroche. William J. Gallier, Joseph
Lettarie, James Lahatt, Jacob Miller,
Josephine Prosper, Victor Perillet, Jacob
Rodriguez, Minor A. Murner, J. M. Craw
ford, Eulalie Left'eteau, Marion Murner and
Depong, judgment has been rendered
against defendants by default.
The suit of J. II. McKee against Charles
P. Choteau was yesterday decided by a jury
in favor of the defendant. The plaintiff sued
for $355,000. based on the following allega
tions: In 1806 C. A. Weed and F. j. Pratt
contracted with D. D. Avery for the pur
chase of the Petite Arise salt mine, Choteau
agreeing to unite with Pratt and Weed in
the formation of a stock company to work
the mine and to obtain subscriptions where
by Weed's expenses of $105,000 should be
reimbursed in shares. Weed to get one
third, which would have been $250,000.
Choteau got the management of the mine,
and the parties abandoned the lease with
Avery, hut the defendant failed to form the
company, and Weed lost $105,000, and also
the amount of the stock, $250,000, and was
afterward adjudged a bankrupt. The
assignee transferred to the petitioner the
full claim against Choteau, for which %uit
is brought, with the above result.
United Mates Commissioner Weller.
In the case of Barry against three of the
officers of the ship YV. M. Reid, the defend
ants were bound over to appear to answer
the charge of assanlt and battery. One of
the witnesses testified he saw the complain
ant down on the deck, with the three offi
cers charged kicking, heating and pounding
him, and that being the case, said he, "1
went up to see what all this argument was
about.''
The District Courts.
In the district courts there was a great
vacancy iu business yesterday.
Iu the Sixth District Court Messrs. Den
nee cSc. Cooney, attorneys for Captain S. W.
Scott, have brought suit against James
Longstreet to recover one six-pounder. The
affidavit reads as follows :
••$. YV. Scott declares and says that James
Longstreet, Adjutant General of militia of
the State ef Louisiana, has one six-pounder
smooth bore brass gun, caisson and gun
carriage, the exclusive property of affiant,
of the value of $600, and that he refuses to
restore the same, notwithstanding amica
ble demand : that lie has cause to fear and
believe that pending these proceedings the
said Longstreet will remove the <jun, caisson
and carriage without the jurisdiction of
this court, or will conceal the same, and
that a writ of sequestration is necessary in
the premises."
Jude Cooley ordered a writ of sequestra
tion to issue, upon Captain Scott giving
bond in the sum of $1000.
It is stated Allan Pinkerton will bring
suit against Myra Clark Gaines for the
value of a note for detective services.
First Ward Reformers.
The meeting held last night of the First
Waid Club was attended by a considera
ble number, whose reforming propensities
made them quite ready listeners to the
various harangues. Called to order by Mr.
Renshaw, the president, Lhe remarks of Mr
Mullen were heard for a short time after
this interesting event, in which the ques
tion of debt of Louisiana only showed how
extravagant speakers could differ from
other remarks made in the same political
interest. Mr. Memrg, in his remarks, got
into a paroxysm of calculation, m which he
endeavored to show that every one in the
audience had to bear his proportion of the
State debt. He believed not iu clerks of
courts, and tried to show the people were
iutftrested in their wholesale repentance
for extraordinary charges. The club came
to the conclusion that it were better to stay
where they were and pay $10 a meeting,
rather than disburse about $809 for a wig
wam. The sentiments ot the meeting were
therefore
Benefit of Mr. George Ryer.
Those whose good fortune it is to attend
the entertainments at the Y'arieties Theatre,
and who have learned to admire the pro.
fessional talents of Mr. George Ryer, will
be glad to hear that he will take a benefit
next Monday evening, on which occasion
the comedy of " YY'ild Oats " will be pre
sented. Mr. Lawrence Barrett will appear
in a leading role, Mr. Ryer in an appropriate
character, and the remainder of the com
pany will he in the cast. Besides, Mr. D. C.
Johnston and Mr. B. Ouorato, of the Shake
speare Club, will he prominent iu the play.
Box sheet now open.
Y\'o copy this complimentary notice of a,
recent appointee in tho Louisianian:
Acting Governor Pinchback has ap
pointed Samuel Peters, Esq., of the National
Freedmen's Savings and Trust Company's
Bank at Shreveport, division superinten
dent of education for the fourth congres
sional district. Mr. Peters is a gentleman
of color, and from all we learn, eminently
Qualified to fill the position.
Mr. Peters lias resided in Shreveport
since the establishment of the branch of the
Savings Bank of which he is cashier, in No
vember, 1870, and has always enjoyed the
respect and confidence of the community.
Such an appointment, while ft affords
another illustration of the acting Governor's
devotion to his first principles, cap not fail
to be generally satisfactory and be jiroduc
tive of a four sided benefit. YY'o congratu
late Mr. Peters on the preferment, and the
school department on the acquisition of
another gentleman of ability to aid in the
education of the masses.
The House of Representatives of Maine
has passed a bill permitting women over
twenty-five years of age to vote at Presi
dential elections.
Meteorological Record.
The signal service, United States army,
renorts, for the benefit of commerce, the
meteorological record, at 3:43 P. M., local
time, yesterday, as follows:
Place.
Ther.
Wind.
Weather.
Augusta.........
. 52
w.
< lear.
Baltimore.......
.. 33
N. W.
Fair.
Boston...........
. 23
N. W.
Clear.
Buffalo...........
.. 25
w.
Cloudy.
Cairo.............
. 38
K.
Clear.
Charleston......
. —
s. w.
i 'lear.
Chicago.........
. 27
w.
Clear.
Cincinnati.......
. 34
N. W.
< lear.
Davenport.......
. :>?
s. w.
Fair.
Galveston.......
. 57
F.
Cloudy.
Indianapolis.....
. 33
N. W.
* 'lear.
Jacksonville. Fla
. 49
N. h.
Fair.
Key West........
. 78
K.
Fair.
Lea ven w'orth____
. 35
S. K.
Cloud vt
Louisville.......
. 35
N. W.
Fair.
Memphis..........
. 41
K.
Clondv.
Mobile............
. 54
N. E.
Cloudy.
Nashville........
N. F..
Clear.
New Orleans.....
fin
K.
Cloud v.
New York........
. 28
N. W.
Fair.
Norfolk..........
35
w.
fair.
s.
Cloudy.
Pittsburg.........
vv.
J-air.
Portland. Maine..
. 20
w.
Clear.
Punta Rassa, Fla
. 71
N. E.
Fair.
Savannah.........
N.
( lear.
Shreveport.......
. 49
K.
Cloudy.
St. Louis.........
. 36
S. r..
Fair.
St. Paul..........
. 24
S. K.
Light snow
Vicksburg........
. 54
N. E.
Fair.
Wilmington, N. C
. 44
N. W.
Ciear.
The Vienna Murderer*.
A telegram received at the Governor's
office reports that Peace, one of the Y'ienna
murderers, has been arrested, and that
YVhatley, the other murderer, was killed by
the sheriff and hlfe posse while they were
attempting to arrest him. The report of the
murder of IJr. Jackson, a druggist of Vien
na., hnd Mr. John Huey, Jr., by Peace and
YVhatley, .was published yesterday morning.
Mr. Hedgepeth, or Hudspeth, was also shot
by the two murderers, and thought to be
mortally wounded, as our report stated.
The Temperature.
The thermometer at Louis Frigerio'e,
No. 50 Chartres street, yesterday stood as
follows: At 8 A. M., 48°; at 2 P. M., 58°; at
6 P. M., 56°. Lowest point during the
night of March 21. 44°.
And now comes Jean Fontan, who cer
tifies that he was the holder of one
sixteenth of single number ticket No.
14.432 in the Louisiana State Lottery,
which drew the capital prize of $50,000,
which he bought at the office corner of St.
Peter and Chartres streets, and that the
amount was promptly paid on presentation
of the ticket at the office of the company,
hv a check on the Bank of America. This
is good for Jean Fontan. who may class
himself among the lucky men of the times,
for $3000 is not an amount of money so
trifling as to be despised by any one.
Many men have made fortunes with a
smaller capital to start on than that, and
if Mr. Font an husband* liis resources he
may yet become a millionaire. His resi
dence is at the corner of Goodchildren and
Lizardi streets, and he will teM his friends
how the thing was done.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Office of tlie New Orleans Credit Poncier
Association, No. 46 Old Levee.—This association is
ready to receive applications for two brick houses
now in course of construction on Love street, be
tweeu Clouet and Montegut.
Terms ol sale—Teu year?' credit, payable
monthly.
Stockholders have the preference.
Persons wishing to have the same privilege are
ivited to come to this office and subscribe to tho
capital stock.
The association is ready to deliver certificates of
stock, bearing ten per cent interest per annum, iu
exchange for kits not improved, provided their
situation and priee s-uits the company.
We have finished a building, adapted for a gro
cery aud residence, corner Daupbine and Deslonde
streets, for Mr. Frangois Bellocq, and we are build
ing a double dwelling house ou Gasquet stree:, be
eu Tonti and Roudieblave. for Mr. Pierre Sabrier;
also a dwelling house ou Eighth street, between
Chippewa and Annunciation, for Mr. Alexander
Gautier.
Next month there will l»e five more buildings put
up. The public is invited to examine our buildings.
A. SAULKT, Secretary.
New Orleans. March 21. 1872. mb22 3t
Office of I*oui*i!iim Levee Company—
No. 33 Carondelet street.—In accordance with a re
solution of the board, of this date, stockholders
of this company are hereby notified to compLf with
the following calls for installments, viz:
Seventh of fifty cents per share, ou March 25.
Eighth of fifty cents per share, on April 10.
Niuth of fiftyVents per share, on Apiil 25.
Teuth of fifty cents per share, on May 1'*.
Eleventh, and final call, of fifty cents per share,
on May 25.
On payment of which certificates of full paid
stock will be issued. • THOMAS I. DIX,
mh21 tray25 Secretary.
Office of the New OrlcatiH, Jackson and
Great Northern Railroad Company, New Orleans,
March 20, 1872.—Public notice is hereby given that
the regular aunual meeting of the stockholders of
this company w ill be held at their office ou Camp
street, opposite Lafayette square, on MONDAY.
April 8,1872, iu conformity with the charter.
nih21 R. S. CHARLES, Secretarv.
Office of the Louiniana Levee Company,
No* 33 Carondelet street.—The annual election for
Directors of this company for the ensuing year will
be held at this office on SATURDAY, April 6, from 10
A. M. to 2 P. M.
In accordance with the charter, the books for
transfer of stock will be closed on SATURDAY,
March 16.
Holders of old certificates of ordinary stock are
notified to present them for exchange to new cer
tificates, otherwise they will be debarred fiorn
voting on their shares.
By order of the Boanh
in'hlS tap6 THOMAS I DIX. Secretarv.
Tbf "Terrebonne Patriot," Published
at Houma, Louisiana, is one of the best advertis
ing mediums in Southern Louisiana. de!3 ly
Special Notice. —Office of Upper Red River
Raft Company, No. 10 Carondelet street, New Or
leans, March 9, 1872.—Notice is hereby given that
there will be a meeting of the stockholders of the
Upper Red River Raft Company on MONDAY, the
twenty fifth day of March, 1372, at 10 A. M., for the
purpose of electing officers and directors of the
company lor the year 1872. By order of the Presi
dent. A. W. FAULKNER.
Dk 'JOtt C. Brown. Secretary. mhlO td
.Metropolitan l.onn, Saving* and Pledge
Bank, No. 14 Camp street. New Orleans, March 1,
1872.—By resolution of the Board of Directors this
day, an installment of TEN PER ('ENT (making
fifty per cent) upon the capital stack of this bank
was called for, payable ou or before the first day of
April. 1872. T. D. VAN HORN,
uili9 lm eod (Cashier.
New Orlenn* Merchant* should Adver
tise in the TERREBONNE PATRIQT, Hodma, Loui
siana; it will pay. de!3 ly
Batchelor'* Hair Bye*— ^This supero hair
dye is the best in the world—perfectly harmless,
reliable aud instantaneous; no disappointment; no
ridiculous tints or disagreeable odor. The genuine
William A. Patehelor's hair dye produces immedi
ately a spleudid black or natutal brown; leaves
the hair clean, soft,* beautiful; docs not con
tain a particle of lead or any injurious compound.
Sold by all druggists. Factory, No. 16 Bond street,
New York. fy!3 1y
W
POUND NOTICES.___
Dkpaktmknt op Police, V
New Orleans, March 22, 1372. >
JF.RK BROUGHT TO THE SIXTH DISTRICT
pound, ou Jersey, between Valence aud Bor
deaux at reets—
One (1) White aud Black Spotted C W—no
brand.
Which, if not claimed within five days, and* the
expenses thereon paid, will be sold at public auc
tion at said pound ou WEDNESDAY, March 27,1872,
at twelve o'clock M.
JAMES LEWIS,
No. 122—mh22 td Administrator.
CONSTABLES' SALES.
Ernest Jlnistre vs. .Mr. nn«i Mrs. Nelson.
Third Jilt tics Court tor the Parish of Orleans.
i o. 7353.
B y virtuf. of a whit of fieri facias to
me directed by ,tho Hon. Jehu P. SI on ta mat.
Third Justice of the Peace in ami for the pariah of
Orleans, I will proceed to sell at public auction on
FRIDAY, March 22, 1872. at 'twelve o'clock
M.. at my warehouse, No. 38 Exchange alley, the
folh winu property, to wit— •
ONE LOT OF FURNITURE.
Seized iu the above entitled and numbered suit,
as per inventory deposited in my office,
i ernis—Oaah on the spot.
mhl2 17 22 WILLIAM WEEKS. Constable.
James Todd, intent of Miss Todd, vs.
William McLauanliu—Second Justice Uourt tor
the pai ish of Orleans, No. 11,820.
B y virtue of a writ ok FIERI FACIAS
to me directed hv the Hon. W. L. Evans. Second
Justice of the Peace'in and for the parish of Or
leans. I will proceed to sell at public auction, ou
MONDAY, March 25.J8.2, at twelve o'clock M., at
No. 245 Uirod street—
THREE LOOKING GLASSES. ONE LARGE OIL
PAINTING, and ten Frames.
Seized in the above cause.
Terms—Cash ou the spot.
mhl4 28 25 A. J. L'AVERN, Constable.
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
Mayoralty of Nrw Oklbaxs,
City Hall, March 21, 1872.
[No. 2422—Administration Series.]
An ordinance for the payment of the pay rolls
therein named.
Be it ordained. That the following appropriation
be aud are hereby made in accordance with the
terms of ordinance No. 1044. Administration series,
aud thfv Administrator ot Public Accounts be au
thorized to warrant outhe Administrator of Finance
for the payment of the same:
Pay roll Bureau of .Streets for week
ending March 19, 1872:
Labor.............................$4133 55
Carts................... 2089 50—$G228 05
Pay roll Bureau of Drainage for week
ending March 19, 1872:
Labor.............................$2978 99
Carts............................. 127 00— 3105 99
Pay roll Bureau ot Wharves and Land
ings "for week ending March 19, 1872:
Labor............................. $349 00
Carts.............................. 287 00— 686 00
Pay roll Surveyor's office for week euiling
3! arch 19, 1872......................... 311 83
Pay roll Department of Police tor
week ending March 19, 1372 :
For public uares............... $2**1 50
For cemeteries................... 60**0— 26
Payroll Waterworks 1 or the week end
ing March 19, 1872..................... 20
Pay roll Department of Commerce
for week ending March 19, 1872....... 6
Total.
.............................$10,807 95
the Council of the city of New Or
em, Shaw, Delassize, Remiek, Lewis,
1 BENJ. F. FLANDERS, Mayor.
A true copy:
H. CoNynK>T Clark k . Secretary. inb22 It
Walton, Bonzj
Mayoralty of Nkw Orlban
City Hall. March 20. 1872.
j No. 1420—Administration Series.]
An ordinance providing for the payment of the
account therein named.
Be it ordained. That the following appropriation
be and is hereby made, and that the Adminis
trator of Public Accounts warrant on the Adminis
trator of Finance in payment of the same:
P. Creagb. Coroner {first, Fourth, Fifth aud Sixth
Districts, inquests, views aud burials in the month
of February. 1872, $1261
Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or
leans, March 12. 1872.
Yeas—Cockntm, Deiassize, Remiek, Lewis, Wal
ton, Bouzauo.
Nay—Shaw.
BENJ. F. FLANDERS, -Mayor.
A true copy:
H. Con vi UR.-t Ci.akkk. Secretary. ml.22 It
CITY TAXES OF 1871.
Dkpartment of Fina.nl b, 2
City Hall. March 20, 1872. ]
The bills for city taxes for 1871, levied by ordi
nances Nos. 1261, 1262 and 1272, amounting to two
per cent, are now ready for delivery at this office.
Payments for the city's proportion will be re
ceived in certificates of appropriation, Metropoli
tan Police warrants and certificates for amount
paid in excess of two per cent on tax bills of 1870.
But the amount due for iuterest ou the bonded
debt must be paid in cash.
Taxpayers are reminded that the Dew charter
makes it the duty of the Administrator ot Finance
to collect these bills, and that they are exigible by
law before the Legislature can again meet. It is a
vain hope, therefore, for delinquents to expect any
relief bv de?av, for I will assuredly enforce the
law against them in jtistice to those who pay
promptly. JOHN S. WALTON.
mhl9 151 ft. Administrator of Finance.
ft.
DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE.
Dkpartmknt op Public Accounts, 2
New Orleans, March 2, 1872. S
N otice is hereby given that the city
of New Orleans, as duly authorized by laYv.
will proceed t<f dram that portion of the city of
New Orleans comprised iu tl»e Third Draining Dis
trict, lying Yvi thin the following limits, viz: From
the river Mississippi, at Ht. Peter street, along the
low er side of said street, to Canal Carondelet. fol
lowing said canal to Bayou St. John, aloug said
bayou to Lake Poutc hart rain, along the shores of
6a(d lake to Lafayette avenue, following said
avenue to the river 31ississippi. and along the
banks of said river to t*e starting point: a plan
and tableau of which have been made and depos
ited at the office of the Recorder of Mortgages in
and for the parish of Orleans.
The works necessary for the draining of said dis
trict will be commenced as 6oon as tke publica
tions reouired by iaw can be made, and completed
within three years (and, as near as possible to cal
culate) at a cost of about six hundred and twenty
five thousand dollars. ALFRED SHAW,
Administrator of Public Accounts.
AVIS DE TAXE HE DES&ECHE3IKNT.
Dkpaktrk.vt dks Comptks Publics, 2
* NouveliejOrleans. 2 3Jars, 1872. )
A VIS EST PAR LE PRESENT DONNE OUE LA
ville de la Nouvelle-Orleans. duement autori
see par !a loi procedera k desseclier eette portiou
de la ville do la Nouvelle-Orleans comprise dans le
Troisieme District de Deaaechement, dans les li
nntes ci-dessous. savoin Depuis le fleuve Missis
sippi, a la yue St-Pierre, au long du cote d'en bas
de la dite rue, jusqu'au Canal Carondelet, 6u:vant
h* dit canal jusqu'au Bayou St-Jean, an long du liit
bayou jusqu'au Lac Pontchartrain, au long des
bonis du dit lac jusqu a 1 avenue Lafayette, suivant
la dite avenue iusqu au fieuve Mississippi, et au
long des Lords du dit fieuve jusqu'au point de de
part: un plan et un tableau desquels a ete fait et
depose au bureau du Recorder des H vpotheques
dan* et pour la paroisae d'Orb-ans.
Les travaux ubcessuires pmir le dessechement
du dit district serout commences aussitbt que les
publications requises par la loi seront faites. et se
rout termines dans trois ans, et coiiteront (d apr.-s
un cafeul approximaiif) a peu pivs six cent vingt
cinq mi He piastres. ALFRED SHAW.
Administrateur des Comptes publics.
mh2 law 4 w
NOTICE.
Office Statk Tax Collector Sixth Di^thi* t, )
3Iaga/.iiie, between Napoleon avenue and Be: .in I
street. f {'
New Orleans, Mar oh 16,1372. |
ri3HE TAXPAYERS OF THIS DISTRICT ARK
A respectfully requested to come fin ward with
out delay and nettle their tax bills of 1371, and li
censes for 1872, thereby avoiding trouble and ex
pense. TIM DOHERTY, Collector,
m h 16 2bt
I'KOFAi-ALS.
Department of Waterworks and )
Public Buildings. >
New Orleans, March 19, 1872. )
S EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned until MONDAY, March 25. 1872,
at 12 M., for the purchase of the iron building at
the foot of Canal street, the same to be removed
immediately after adjudication of sale.
Terms of sale—Cash oa adjudication.
The city reserves the right to reject any and all
bids.
All parties making proposals for this contract are
required to deposit with the Administrator of Fi
nance, as evidence of their intention to abide by
the adjudication, the amount of two hundred
dollars in cash, which shall be forfeited to the
city in case of failure to sign the contract.
bidders to whom contracts are not awarded
shall have their deposits returned to them on the
dav adjudications are made.
No bid will be received unless the certificate of
the Administrator of Finance is inclosed there
with, to the effect that the required cash deposit
bae been made.
Bids to be indorsed, "Proposals for purchase of
iron building."
mh20 td L. T. DELASSIZE, Administrator.
IN BANKRUPTCY.
ESTATE OF JEAN .11. T. .WUHAN.
Office ok United States Marshal, -
District of Louisiana, >
New Orleans. February 9, 1872. S
T his is to give notice that on the
seventh day of February, A. D. 1872, a warrant
in bankruptcy * was issued against the estate of
Jean M. T. Million, of New Orleans, in the parish
of Orleans, and State of Louisiana, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt ou bis owu petition; that the
i»a> ment of any debts and delivery of any property
belonging to such bankrupt,to him or for his use, and
the transfer oi any property by him are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of the. creditors of said bank
rupt, to prove their debts and to choose one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the Custom
house building, in the city of New Orleans, Loui
siana, before C. Kellogg, Register, on the sixth
day of Apr.l, A. D. 1872, at nine o'clock A. M.
S. B. PACKARD
f* 9 ' United States Marshal.
T
ESTATE OF JOHN J. BROWN.
Ofpick of United State* Marshal, )
District of Louisiana, >
New Orleans, March 20. 1872. >
(MILS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT ON THE
eighteenth day of March, A. 1). 1872, a warrant
iu bankruptcy was issued against the estate of
John J. Brown, of New Orleans, iu the parish of
Orleans and State of Louisiana, who was
adjudged a bankrupt on lii.s own petition; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of auv prop
erty belonging to such bankrupt, to him, or for his
use, and the transfer of any property by him. are
forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors
of said bankrupt, to prove their de.bts aud to
choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be hidden at No.
41 Exchange place, iu the city of New Orleans.
Louisiana, before D. Augustin, Register, ou the
twenty-fifth day of April, A. D. 1872. at eleven
o'clock A. M. S. B. PACKARD.
United States Marshal. District of Louisiana.
mh20 ap25
ESTATE OF OSCAR I*ANAl X.
Office United States Marshal, i
District of Louisiana, >
New Orleaus, March 5, l& 72. )
milLS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT ON THE
JL twenty-fourth day of February. A. D. 1872,
a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the
estate ol Oscar Lanaux, of New Orleans, parish of
Orleans, and State of Louisiana, w ho was adjudged
a bankrupt wu his own petition; that the payment
of any debts and delivery of any property belong
ing to such bankrupt, to him or for his use,
and the transfer of any property by him, are
forbidden by law'; that a meeting of the creditors
ot the said bankrupt, to prove their debts and to
choose one or more assignees of his estate, will
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be lioMen at
the Customhouse building, in the city of New
Orleans, Louisiana, before C. N. Kellogg, Register,
on the twenty-third day of Maieh, A. D. 1872,
at nine o'clock A. M.
S. B. PACKARD.
United States Marsha), District of Louisiana.
xuL6 23
^OFFICLft^NUTICES._
NOTICE.
* Opfjck State Tax Collector, )
Fifth District Courthouse, '>
New Orleans, March 13, 1372. )
N oth e is hereby given that the state
taxes for the year 1371, aud licenses for the
year 1872, are now due, aud that part es indebted
i'or the same will save all costs by settling imme
diately.
Office hours from 9 A. M to 3 P. M.
mhl3 2dt C. L. SWEET, Collector.
NOTICE.
Office State Tax Collector, )
First District, No. 9 Carondelet street, .
New Orleans, March 8, 1 "72. )
rpHE TAXPAYERS OF THIS DISTRICT ARE RK
_L specffullv requested to come forward, without
delay, and settle their tax bills of 1871 and licenses
for the current year, thereby avoiding further
trouble and expense.
mh9 2(lt GEORGE A. SHERIDAN. Colleetor.
NOTICE.
State Tax Collector's Office. )
Fourth District, No. 514 Camp street, near
St. Mary street, New Ot leans, La., March 8, 1872. )
N otice is hereby given that the state
taxes for year 1871, and licenses for year 1872,
are now due, aud that parties indebted for the
same will save ail costs oy settling immediately.
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
mh9 2f»t V. GERODIAS, Collector.
NOTICK.
—;ond District.
New Orleans, March 10,1872. }
HE TAXPAYER* OF THIS DISTRICT ARE RE
quested to come forward without delay aud
settle their tax bills of 1871 and licenses for tbe
current yeat, thereby avoiding further trouble aud
expense. I*. E. LEM ARIF. Collector,
mhlO 20t Office No. 66 Bourbon street.
NOTICE.
Ofpick Statu Tax Collector, 1
Third District, No. 9 Esplanade street, >
New Orleans, March 10, 1872. )
T he taxpayers of this district are ke
speetfuily requested to come forward without
delay aud settle their tax bills of 1871 and licenses
of 1372, thereby avoiding further trouble and de
lay. F. E. DUMAS,
mhlO 20t State Tax Collector.
Quarternastkr's Office, J
Department of Texas, >
. Texas, February 1, 1372 )
PttOPObALS FOR AKiHV SUPPLIES.
C'l'kf Quartermastkr's Ofpice,
San Antonio.
PROPOSALS,
the usual conditions heretotorej published, will
be received at this office, and also at the office of
the United States Quartermaster, at the several
posts named Delow\ MuTil 12 M., WEDNESDAY the
first day oi May, 1872, for furnishing supplies fronr
the first day oif July, 1872. to the thirtieth day of
June, 1873, at the following military posts in the
department of Texas:
AUSTIN. TEXAS.
2^1 cords of Wood.
20.000 pounds of Corn.
12.000 pounds of Oats or Barley.
51.000 pounds of Ilaj.
FORT BLISS, TEXAS.
400 cords of wood.
500 bushels of Charcoal.
155.000 pounds of Coru.
75.01*0 pounds of Oats or Barley.
265.000 pounds of Hay.
FORT BROWN, TEXAS.
800 cords of Wood.
40.000 pounds of Hay.
FORT CLARK, TEXAS.
1.200 cords of Wood.
1.5*hj bushels of Charcoal.
340.000 pounds of Corn.
170.000 pounds of Oats or Barley.
725.000 pounds of Hay.
FORT CONCHO, TEXAS.
1.200 cords ol Wood.
1.000 bushels of Charcoal.
910.000 pounds of Corn.
455.000 pounds of Oats or Barley.
1.790.000 pounds of Hay.
FORT DAVIS, TEXAS.
600 cords of Wood. ,
1.900 bushels of Charcoal.
340,900 pounds of. Corn.
170.000 pounds of Oats or Bailey.
746.000 pounds of Hay;
FORT DUNCAN. TEXAS.
300 cords of Wood.
500 bushels ol Charcoal.
310.000 pounds of Corn.
155,ou0 pounds of Oats or Barley.
600.000 pounds of Hay.
FORT GRIFFIN, TEXAS.
1.400 cords of Wood.
1.000 bushels of Charcoal.
1 /tflo.OOO pounds of Corn.
485.000 pounds of Oats or Barley.
1,90*1,000 pounds of Hay.
fort McIntosh, texas.
2*X> cords of Wood.
19o,o*J© pounds of Hay.
FORT McKAVKTT, TEXAS.
1.600 cords of Wood.
1. '*00 bushels of Charcoal.
605,009 pounds df Corn.
310.0**0 pounds of (lots or Barley.
1.205.000 pouuds of Hay.
FORT QUITMAN, TEXAS.
4f>0 cords of Wood.
, * 500 bushels of I'harcoah
200,0<»0 pounds ot Corn.
150.ni»u pounds of Oats or Barley.
610.000 pounds of Hay.
FORT RICHARDSON, TEXA®.
2 200 cords of Wood.
2, *.M»o bushels of Charcoal.
1.820.000 pounds of Corn.
910.000 pounds of Oats or Barley.
3.500.000 pounds ot Hay.
FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS.
800 cords of Wood.
1,0©0 bushels of Charcoal.
385.000 pounds of Corn.
195.000 pounds of Oats or Barley.
RINGGOLD BARRACKS, TEXAS.
600 cords of Wood.
5o0 bushels of Charcoal.
315.000 pounds of Hay.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
2,(8H» cords of Wood.
3.000 bushels of Charcoal.
925.000 pounds of Corn.
475,1*00 pounds of Oats or Barley.
2,000,000 pouuds of Hay.
FORT SILL, INDIAN TERRITORY-.
2.000 cords of Wood.
2.655.000 pounds of Corn.
1.325.000 pounds of Oat6or Bariev.
5,200,009 pounds of Hay.
The above are the estimated quantities that will
be required at each post, according to the present
distribution of troops, but the government reserves
the right to increase or diminish the same at anv
time during the continuance of the contract.
Separate oids should be made for eacn post, and
for each class of supplies.
Contracts will be awarded to the lowest re
sponsible bidders tor each post and each kind of
supply.
It is desired to purchase in the vicinity of each
post, front the pioductsof the neighboring ranches
and farms, aud bids for anv portiou of the specified
supplies will be considered.
Blank proposals, and any additional information,
can be had on application to tlie undersigned.
JAMES A EK1N,
Chief Quartermaster, Department of Texas,
mhlo t
CANCELLATION OF BOND.
. State of Louisiana, )
Flxecutive Department,
•New Orleans. March 2, 1872. )
W HEREAS, APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE
to me lor the cancellation of the official
bond of Emile Honore as Sheriff in and for the parish
of Point© Coupee, to wit: A bond dated December
12, 1870, iu the sum of six thousand dollars, signed
by Emile Honore as principal, and M. Basso, M. St
Arm and, Lucile Decuier, K. Tounoir and R. D. Bo.
vard as sureties, tlie said bond being conditioned
for the faithful performance bv the said Emile
Honore of his duties as Sheriff aforesaid—
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested,
in the said bond to file their objections to the
cancellation thereof in writing in the office of the
Secretarv of State, within ninety davs after the
last publication hereof.
Given under my band and the of the State
this second day of March. A. D. 1872. and of t he inde
pendence of the United States the nlnetr-sixth.
H. C. WARMOTH.
By the Governor:
J. W. Fa: kfax, Assistant Secretary of State.
mh5 301 •
CANCELLATION OF JJOMI.
State of Louisiana, )
Executive Department, >
New Orleans, March 13, 1372. )
\\THEREAS, APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE TO
r? me for the cancellation of tbe official bond
of Antoine Dubuclet as State Ticasurer in and for
the State of Louisiana, to wit: a bond dated July 9,
1868, in the sum of fifty thousand dollars, signed by
Antoine Dubuclet as principal and Remain Brvigit r,
Tomv Latour, Lanoix Parent, Gadave Casanave
and Victor IVssou as sureties; the said bond being
conditioned for the faithful performance by tlie sa;d
Antoine Dubuclet of his duties as State Treasurer
aforesaid.
Notice is herebv given to all persons interested in
tlie said bond 'to file their objections to the
cancellation thereof, in writing, in the office of the
Secretarv' of State,within ninety days after the last
publication hereof.
Given under my hand and the seal of tlie State
this thirteenth day of March, A. D. 1872. and
of the independence of the United States the
ninetv-sixth. P- B. S. PINCHBACK.
Bv the acting Governor:
J. W. Faxki ax, Assistant Secretary of State.
mhl5 30r
l'ROfiOSAJiS FOR ARMY TRANSPOR
TATION.
Ck:ke Quaktekmaster's Ofpick, 1
San Antonio. Texas. February 1, 1872 ?
S EALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE, OF THE
form furnished bv tlie undersigned, will be re
ceived until 12 M„ WEDNESDAY May 1. 1872. for
the transportation of army supplies from the first
day of July, 1872, to the thirtieth day of June, 1873,
on the following routes, viz :
ROL TBS—Nos. One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six
Seven and Eight.
Details and requirements can be obtained upon
application to tbe Chief Quartermaster, Military
Divisiion of the Missouri, Chicago Illinois; the
Depot Quartermaster. St. Louis, Missouri; the
Depot Quartermaster, New Oilcans, Louisiana, and
at this office.
A copy of the requirements, with this advertise
ment, to bo attached to eacb proposal offered.
JAMES A. KKIN,
ichlO 151 Chief Quartermaster.
^JUOOESS^JOTOES^
Sutresnion of Ann Sullivan, drreased wife
of A. W. Cooper—No. 35,206.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT F#R THE PARISH OF
OOrleans.—Notice is hereby given to the creditors
of this estate and to all other persons herein inter
ested to show cause within ten days from the pres
ent notification, if any they have or can, why the
account presented by the testamentary executor in
this estate should not be homologated and ap
proved. and the tunds distributtd in accordance
therewith.
By order of the Court.
rol| 22 26 30 M. O. TRACY, Clerk.
Succession of Widow Pmil Uobit-No.
34,51b.
S Et'ONT) district court for the parish
of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the
creditors of this estate, and to all dther other per
sons herein interested, to show cause within teu
days from the present notification, if any they have
or can, why the account presented by the admin
istrators ot this estate should not be homologated
and approved, and the funds distributed iu accord
ance therewith.
By order of the Court.
mh22 26 30 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
Interdiction of Catherine Henry—No.
34,809.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the cred
itors of this estate, and ty all other perrons herein
interested, to show cause within ten days from the
present notification, if any they have or can, why
the account presented by the curator of the inter
dicted iu this estate should not he homologated
and approved, and tke funds distributed :u accord
ance Therewith.
Bv order of the court.
mi>22 26 30 M.#. TRACY, Clerk.
Succession of Cecilia Palao—No*
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PA KIM:
of 6>rleaus.«-Whereas, Nicholas Claudel has
petitioned the court for letters of administration
on the estate of the late Cecilia Palao, deceased,
intestate: Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern to show cause within ten days why
the prayer of the said petitioner should not be
granted.
By order of the Court.
mh22 26 30 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
Succession of Bernhard Halm—No. 33, !SS
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleaus.—Notice is hereby given to the
creditors of this estate, and to all other persons
herein interested, to show cause within ten days
from tbe present notification, if any they have or
can, why the account presented by the testameu
tary executrix in ii*ja e-state should not he homolo
gated and approved, and the funds distributed iu
accordance therewith.
Bv order of the Court.
mh22 26 30 M. O. TRACY, Clerk
Succession of Francois Castniug—No.
34,113.
OECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Notice is herebv giveu to the
creditors of this estate and to all other persons
berei i interested to show cause within ten days
from the present notification, if any they have or
can, why the account presented by the testa
mentary executrix of the deceased in this estate
should not be homologated and approved, aud
the funds distributed in accordance therewith.
Bv order of the Court.
mh21 25 29 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
!<ucceH*ion of
W. R.
35,171.
Whey laud—No.
of Orleans.—Whereas, Widow Mary C. Whey
land has petitioned the court for letters ot admin
istration on the estate of her late husband,
W. R. Wheyland: Notice is hereby given to all
whom it may concern to show cause w ithin ten
days why the prayer of the said petitioner should
not be granted.
Bv order of the Court. *
nih21 25 29 M. O. TRACY, Clerk.
Kucce«*ion of IHnrtiu Hu*che—No. 33,1123.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the
creditors of this estate, and to all other persons
herein interested, to show cause within ten days
Horn the present notification, if any they have or
can. why the account presented by t-he'adminis
trator of this estate should not be homologated
and approved, aud tbe funds distributed iu accord
once therewith.
Bv order of the Court.
mh21 25 29 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
£ucces*ton of Mr*. Matilda IS. Mont
gomery—No. 35,356
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Whereas, JIrs. Widow' Maltha E.
Burke has petitioned the court for letters of ad
ministration on the estate of her deceased mother,
Mrs. Matilda B. Montgomery. Notice is hereby
given to all whom it may concern to show c ause
within ten days why the prayer of the said peti
tioner should not be granted.
By order of the Court.
ruh21 24 29 • M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
Succession of £. A. Patterson— No. 26,0! 1.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Whereas. Pli. B. Fouke, public ad
ministrator. ha« petitioned the court for letters of
dative testamentary executorship on the estate
of the late E. A. Patterson, deceased. Notice
is hereby given to ail w hom it umv concern, to
show cause within ten days, why the prayer o I
the said petitioner should not be granted.
By order ot the Court.
nil7 21 25 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
!*ucce**ion of Yictoire Honucni/e-No.
34 846.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given tlie
heirs of the deceased and to the cred
itors of this estate, and to all other persons herein
interested, to show cause within ten days from tlie
present notification, if anv they have or can, why
the account presented by Dominiqn^Thibaut,
administrator ot this estate, should dot be ho
mologated and approved, and the tuuds dis
tributed in accordance therewith.
Bv order ot the Court.
mb 14 18 22 M. O. TRACY. CL-rl
Succession of Bert bride Jriznte, Wile ol
Lopis Jesuui—No. 3^,334.
QKCOND DISTRICT COURT FOR TIfK PARISH
O of Orleans.—Whereas, Louis Jesiim has peti
tioned the court for letters of admiiiist rat mu on
tbe estate of his late wife. Berthilde Lizote:
Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern,
to bIiow cause wiibin ten days why the pray er of
the said petitioner thonld not be granted.
Bv order of the Court.
xnlil3 17 21 M. O. TRACY, Clerk.
Succession of .Martin Busche—No. 33,123.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the cred
itors of this estate, .and to all other persons herein
interested, to show' cause within ten days from the
present notification, if any 'they have or can. why
the account presented by* the artiumistia
tor ot this estate should not be homologated aud
approved, aud the funds distributed in accordance
therewith.
Bv order of the Court.
mhl7 21 25 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
Succession of Mr*. Flvira Kriill. deceased
Wife of C. F. Krull—No. 35,338.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARCH SF
Orleans.—Whereas. C. F. Krull has petitioned
the court for letters of adnimisrratitui on the
estate of his late wife. Elvira Krull: Notice inhere
by given to all whom it mav concern, to show
cause within ten days why the prayer of the
said petitioner should not be granted.
Bv order of the Court.
mhI4 18 22 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
Estate of Widow Anna Chevalier.
A ll persons having claims against the
estate of Widow Anna Chevalier, nee Summer
ville, are herebv notified to present the same to
the undersigned, and all persons indebted to said*
estate are hereby notified to pay forthwith to the
undersigned. ' EDWARD PILLS BURY,
Testamentary Executor,
mh2 16 31 No. 51 Carondelet street.
Succession of Henry Ciettel— No.34,^13.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the
creditors of this estate and to all other persons
hereiu interested to show cause within ten dayt
from the present notification, if anv they have oi
can, why the account presented by the admin
istrator of thisestaie should not be homologated
and approved, and the funds distributed iu ac
cordance therewith.
Bv order of Aho Court.
mh!4 18 22 M. O. TRACY. Clerk.
Succe**ion of Jean. aliasTheopliile Meliet.
N .. 85,269.
'VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE CREDIT
IN oih of this succession to make themselves
known, within ten days from this dav, and pre
sent their claims, with tin* titles establishing the
same; and to the persons indebted nmo said suc
cession to pay tlie amount of their bills to the un
dersigned. K. KUDE,
•Attorney of the Administratrix.
nili 14 19 24 jio. 19 Royal street.
Succc**ion of Theodore Judt—No. 35,133,
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PA KIN h
of Orleans.—Notice is herebv given to th*
creditors of th*s estate and to all other persons
hereiu interested, to show cause within ten da\s
from the present notification, if anv they hate oi
can, why the account presented by the admmistia
trix oi this estate not be homologated and amuuved
and tin tunds distributed in accordance tin re with,
rvy order of the Court.
mhl9 23 27 yj. o. TRACY, Clerk.
SuecewMon of Janie* Mciluoid—No. 33,912.
O EC ON I) DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
O Orleans —Notice is hereby given to tlie creditors
ot this estate, and to all other persons herein in
terested, to show cause within ten days from the
present notification, if any they have of can. why
the account presented by the administrator of this
estate should not be homologated aud approved
and the funds distributed in accordance therewith.
By order of the Court.
mh!9 23 27 M. O. TRACT. Clerk.
II.
FI vii «i—No*
Succe**i<m of Patrick
35,346.
CJKC:''Kr* DISTRICT COURT for THK PARISH OF
4'rU-ai.s.—Wlietena. Fatr.cS 1!. F'.vuu hat
petitioned the court tor letters of administration
d;i the estate o: hit, deceased tat.ier, I aftirk
H. Fivun. Notice is hereby pivea to all whom
it ruav concern, to show cause wi Inn ten data
why the prayer of the sa.d petitioner should
not be granted.
By ord-r of tlie Court.
Trill 19 2d 2T
O. TR4RY, Clerk.
Surrt-MMion of Ko*.ina Zable-No.
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Notice is hereby given to the credit
ors of this estate, aud to all other persons here.i
interested, to show canse withm ten day9 from the
present notification, if any they have or can. why
the accaunt presented bv the administrator
of this estate should not he homologated and
approved, and the funds distributed in accord
anee therewith.
Bv order of the Court.
mUS 20 24 M. O. TRACY, Clerk.
__LEGAL^ NOTOES._________
IN TIIK DISTRICT COURT OF TIIK
CMTKD STATES.
DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA.
IN THB JIATTKU OF RICHARD G. WOOTKN,
Bankrupt.
In Bankruptcy—No. KW.
T HE CREDITORS OF TIIK ABOVE ESTATE
are hereby notified that the second and J bird
general meeting of the creditors will be held at
the office of Donatien Augustin, one of the Regis
tersin Bankruptcy, No. 126 Exchange alley, at the
vityof New Orleans, on the second day of April,
1872, at twelve o'clock M. K. K. NORTON,
inhl70t Assignee.
IN *riIB DISTRICT CO CRT OF TIIK
UNITED STATES.
DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA.
IN THK MATTER OF EDWIN M. WHITBMAN
and Theodore McK. Whiteman, imtiyiduaUv
and as members of the firm of Whiteman
Brothers, Bankrupts.
In Bankruptcy—No. 1165*
THK UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES NOTICE
Jl ol his appointment as assignee of the estate of
Elwiu M. Whiteman and Theodore McK. White
man, individually aud as members of the firm of
Whiteman Brothers, of New Orleans, parish of Or
leans and State of Louisiana, adjudged bankrupts
upon theii own petition.
mh!2 19 26 R. R. NORTON, Assignee.
CMTKD STATES DISTRICT COURT.
DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA.
IN THE MATTER OF SAMUEL C. RSB1), BANK
rupt.
In Bankruptcy—No* 115 S«
ATTHFREAS, SAMUEL C. REED, OF NRW OR
il leans, and district atari-said, duly de
clared bankrupt under the act of Congress of
March 2, 1867, has this day tiled in said court a
petition praying for a discharge and certificate
thereof from all his debts and other claims prov
able under said act.
Notice is therefore given to all cieditors who
have proved their debts, and to all other persons
in interest, that the thirtieth day of March.
1372, at 11 A. M., i.s assigned for the hearing ot the
same, and that they may then and there attend
and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer
of the said petition should not oe granted: and
fuither notice is given that the bankrupt will un
dergo au examination before Register Kellogg,
on tlie twenty sixth day of March, A. I). 1872, at
11 A. M , at his office, Customhouse building.
K. LOKW, Deputy Clerk.
Clerk's Office, New Orleans, March 9, 1872.
mb 10 17 29
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF
ORLEANS.
helfn McCarthy, wife of louis augustk
Freeh, vs. Her Husband, Louis Auguste
Freeh—No. 3257.
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON THK FIFTH
dav ot March, 1872, judgment was rendered tu
this court iu the following entitled suit, iu tlie
words and figures following, to wit:
Helen McCarthy, wife of Louri Auguste Freeh,
vs. her husband, Louis Auguste Freeh—No. 3257.
On motion of T. Drouett, of counsel for Dlaintiff.
and ou producing to the court due prooi of said
plaintiff's demand, and the law and evidence being
iu her favor, it is ordered, adjudged and decreed
that the judgment by default herein entered ou tbe
first instant be now confirmed aud made final, and
accordingly that there be judgment in favor of
plaintiff', Helen McCarthy, and against defendant,
Lonis Auguste Freeh, her husband, decreeing a
separation of property and a dissolution of tlie
community of aenuests aud gains heretofore ex
fating between t.ie said parties, and that the said
plaintiff do have and recover from her said
husband the sum of $1500, and costs of suit, with
lien aud privilege, as allowed by law to man ied
women ou the property of their husbands.
Judgment rendered March 5, 18T2.
Judgnit Bi signed Man h 9, 1872.
(Signed) CHAS. LEAUMONT, Judge
Tn testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of the said court, at the
city of New Orleans, on this eleventh day of
March, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-two, aud the ninety
sixth year of tLe independence of the United
States.
mb 12 27 ap 12 LOUIS POWER, Clerk.
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA*
SEVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR TtlK PARISH 0?
ORLEANS.
JEANNETTE SIMON VS. HER HUSBAND—No. 9349.
first day ot February. 1872, judgment was ren
dered in thia court, iu the following entitled suit,
in the words and figures following, to wit:
Jeannette Simon vs. her husband—No. 9349.
On moriou of Cottou &l Levy, attorneys for the
plaintiff' in this cause, and upon producing to the
court proof in bupport of her demand, by reason ot
the law and evidence being with plaintiff, it is
adjudged and decreed that ihe judgment by de
fault herein eutered on the thirteenth instant be
now confirmed; that there be judgment in favor of
plaintiff', Jeannette Simon, against defendant, $ mile
Simon, her husband, decreeing a separation oi
property between the said patties and a dissolution
of the community of acquests and gains existing
between them, and authorizing plaintiff to conduct
business iu her ow n name hb a public merchant, l!
is further ordered that defendant pav the costs o?
this suit.
Judgment signed February 27, 1872.
T. WHARTON CULLENS, Judge.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the sea* of the said court, at the
city of New Orleans, on this twenty ninth day of
February, in the year of our Lord oue thousand
eight hundred and seventy-two, and the ninety
sixth ve»» of the independence of the United States.
mh5 19 apt* GU8. L. BKRNOUDY, Deputy Clerk.
THE 8TATK OF EOUl^IAiNA. *
SEVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR TflE PARISH
OF ORLEANS.
MRS. 8. R. COHEN VS. LOUIS COHEN, HER
Husband—No. 9328. »
T HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON THK THIRTEENTH
JL day of February, 187* judgment was rendered
in this court, in the following entitled suit, in the
words and figurey following, to wit:
M rs. S. K. Cohen vs. Louis Cohen, her husband—
No. 9323.
On motion of Cotton k Levy, attorneys for the
plaintiff in thi cause, upon producing to the court
due proof iu eupport of her dexnaud. by reason of
the law and evidence being with plaintiff, it is
adjudged and decreed that tlie judgment by de
fault herein entered on the eighth instant be now
co firmed; that there be judgment in favor of
plaintiff, 8a. .ih Kratzeostein, against defendant,
Louis Cohen, her husband, decreeing a separation
of property between the said parties, and a dissolu
tion of the community of acquests and gains ex
isting bet weeu them, and the plaintiff permitted
to manage her own separate business. It is fur
ther ordered that the household furniture and
table aud cooking ware described in her petition
herein b** decreed the separate property of plain
tiff, and that defer dant Le condemned to pav the
costs of suit.
Judgment signed February 17, 1872.
T. WHARTON C\»)LLkN*S, Judge.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set mr
hand aud affixed the ^-al of the said court, at
* e w C » ? v Orleans, ou this nineteenth dav
of Fe.-ruarY, m the year of our Lord one thou
saD 1 eighf hundred aud seventy-two, and t'ue
year of ti.e independence of the
ninety o. xth
United ates.
mh9 23 ap9
GUS. L. BKRNOUDY
Deputy Clerk.
THK HTATK OK KOl.'li-ilANA.
SEVENTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THK PARISH
OK ORLEANS.
JEANNETTE KUHN VS. HER HUSBAND, SOLOMON
KuLn—No. 9843.
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON TIIK 8KVRN
• eenth ifay of February 1872, judgment _wse
rendt-reo in this court, in the following entitled
Buit.ui tb* words and figures following, to wit:
Jeannette Kuhn vs. her husband Solomon Kuhn—
No. 9348.
Ou motion of Cotton i Levy, attorneys for the
plaintiff m this cause, itpou pioducing to Uie court
clue proof iu support of her d« maud, by reason of
\h* * .w .: I dein'c being with plaintiff, it is ad
iudfj;-*i ... drrreed that the judgment by default
lu ,-.,;..a<-.t ou the thirtee nth instant, be now
• w: -Ij» ilial there bo judgment iu favor of
, I.* Jeannette Kuhn, against defendant, Solo
u. •: -. L.m, her husband, dec reeing a separation of
pro*- *ty between the sa d parties, and a dissolu
tion of tlie community of acquests and gains exist
ing between them, and that the plaintiff be author
ized to eonduct business in her own name as a pub
lic met eh ant. It i» further ordered that defendant
be condemned to pav the costs of this suit.
Judgment signed February 23, 1872.
T. WHARTON COLLENS. Judge
Ju testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand, and affixed the s*-al of the said odurt. at the
city of New Orleans, on this twenty-third day of Feb
ruary. in the year of our Lord one thousand eighs
bund red ami eevewty-two. and the* uinety -sixth
v*» r o* ri,»* u.dependence ot the United States.
fe28 nihl4 28* GI S. L. BKRNOUDY. Clerk
UNITED
STATE9 DISTRICT COURT.
DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA.
IN' THB MATTER OF
>HN KITTKRLIN,
rupt.
lu Bankrupt©?—No. 9*39.
BAN
YVHERKAS, JOHN
n houla paria
KRI IN, OF. CATA
. and district ai'oreaaid. duly
declared bankrupt under the act of Con
gre«M of March 2. 1167, has thi.-) day filed iu said
court a i-etitiou pray ing for a discharge and cer
tificate thereof from all h.s debts umi oilier claim*
provable un er Said act.
Netice it> therefore given to all creditors who
have proved their debts, and to ail other person*
in interest, that the eighth day of Apri'
1872, at 11 A. M., is aligned for the hearing nt
the bume.and that they may then and there attend
a.id show cause, if any they have, why tho pr»yex
of the said petition »hou!d not be granted aud
further notice is given that the bankrupt will un
dergo an examination before Register Baker on
the thirtieth day of March, A. D. 1872, at 11 A. C *
at his office. Monroe, Louisiana. ' '
Clerk s offloe. New C*r'*t-aua, March 0 187?
mb? 16 23 K. LOEW, Deputy Cer\

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