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A UCTION SALES,
By Placide J. Spear.
IMPROVED PROPERTY ON MELPOMENE STREET
IN THE FIRST DISTRICT, AND ON VILLERE
STREET, IN THE SECOND DISTRICT.
Sl'C< ESSION OF AUGUSTE CUNEY.
Secoud District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 34,740.
B y PLACIDE J. SPEAK, AUCTIONEER
Office No. 4b Exchange alley.—SATURDAY
May 11, 1S72, at twelve o'clock M., will be sold]
at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, on St. Charles
street, between Oravier and Common streets, bv
virtue and iu pursuance of an order from tbe
Hun. Louis Duvigueaud, Judge of tbe Second Fis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans, dated ApTil
2. 1872, for account of the above succession, the
following described property, belonging to said
succession, to wit,—
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with
all the buildings and impr«veiuents thereon sit
uated iu the First District of this city, designated
as lot No. 7, in square No. 33, bounded by Melpo
mene, Maunsel and Clara streets, and a liiie divid
ing it from the Nun's faulmurg. on a plan drawn bv
T. Dunbar, surveyor, on the tirst of April 1848
deposited in the office of A. Mazureau, notary pub
lic, measuring .11 feet j inches front on Melpomene
street, by 127 feet 9 inches deep, between parallel
lines.
2. A CFRTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with tbe build
ings and improvements thereon, situated in the
Second District of this city, iu the square bounded
by Villere, Maiais, BieuviDe and Customhouse
streets, measuring 19 feet 10 inches from on said
Villere street, by a depth ol bO feet. French measure
Terms and Conditions—i me-half cash, tLe bal
ance at one year's credit, with approved indorsed
rotes hearing eight per cent interest from day of
adjudication till paid, secured bv snecial mortgage
on the property sold, five per cent* attorney's tees
as :» claim in case of judicial proceedings to recover
the payment of notes; the property to be insured
and the policies of insurance to be transferred.
Acts of sale, together with internal revenue
stamps, etc . at tbe expense of purchasers, before
Christoval Morel, notary public,
spit 16 23 30 my7 11
GOLD WATCH AND CHAIN, LAW BOOKS, WEAR
ING APPAREL, BOOKS, ETC.
SUCCRNSION OF GEORGE P. CARR.
Parish Court, Parish of St. John the Baptist—No. 168.
B Y PLACIDK J. SPEAR, AUCTIONEER—
Office No. 4b Exchange alley.—-WEDNESDAY
April 24, at 11 A. M., will lie said, at No. 46 Exchange
alley, between Customhouse and Bienville streets
by'irtue and iu pursuance to an order from tbe
Hon. Numa Trenaguier, Parish Judge of tlm parish
of St. John the Baptist, dated March 11, 1873, ad
dress, il to Joseph P. Fromer, curator of said sue
C'ssiou. to wit—
ONE GOLD WATCII AND CHAIN, a lot .of Lrw
B ooks, one lot Wearing Apparel, Books, Sundries,
Terms—Cash.
ap!319 24
IMPROVED AND VACANT PROPERTY ON ST.
Eerdiuand street and on Galvez street, in the
second and Third Districts, and in the town
of Maude viUe, iu the parish of St. Tammany.
SUCt ESSION OF SAMPSON BLOSSMAN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 16,140.
B y placide j. spear, auctioneer
Office No. 46 Exchange alley. —SATURDAY
May 4, 1872,at twelve o'clock M., will behold at pub
lic auction at the St. Charles Auction Exchange,
on St. Charles street, d- tween Gravier and Com
mon streets, on the petition of Mrs. Whlow Samp
8oo Blossiuan, by virtue and in pursuance to a
judgment rendered on the twenty-niuth of No
vember, 1871. by the lion. Louis Duvigneamd, Judge
of the oecouu District Court for the Parish of
Orleans, and signed December 6, 1371, the follow
ing described real estate, to wit—
1. THE UNDIVIDED HALF INTEREST in and to
four certain lots of ground, situated in faubourg
Jackson, in the >ec«»nd District of this citv, in
square No. 14, bounded by St. James. ( outi Victor
and St. Louis streets, designated as lots Nos. 1,2,
1J and 14. on a particular plan drawn by Depouillv,
civil engineer, on the f«ui th day of January, 1837,
deposited .u the office of Louis T. Caire, notary
public. Lots Nos. 1 and two measure, each, Eng
lish measure, 3b feet front on St. James street by
]5<l feet iu depth, between parallel lines; lots Nos.
13 and 14. in American measure, 30 teet front on
Victor s'reet by 150 feet in depth, between parallel
lines—the above four lots adjoiuiug in tbe rear.
2. TWO LOTS OF GROUND i»> the rear ot this
city, in Peschanip district, Third District of this
city, designated by the Nos. 9 and 10, of square No.
12. bounded by Columbus, Kerb ree. Johnson and
Galvez streets. Lot No. 9 measures 31 feet5 inches
aud 7 lines front on Galvez street by a depth of 100
feet, between parallel lines. Lot No. 10 is of an ir
regular form, aud measures 33 feet 10 inches aud 7
lines front on Galvez street by 100 feet iu depth on
tbe side line of lot No. 9,105 feet 5 inches on the line
sepaiating it fiom the property of Mrs. Widow
l astauedo, and 13 feet 1 inch and 5 lines on tbe
rear line which separates it from lot No. 13.
J. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated
in faubourg Washington, Third District of this
city, in square No. 19, comprised within Girod, Port,
St. John the BuptUt and St. Ferdinand streets,
designated as lots 17 aud 18 on a plan made by
Schreider, civil engineer, dated the fifteenth day
of Mar* h, 1337 deposited in the office of Aehille
Cl. ia pel la. formerly notary public in this citv.
Said lots are contiguous, and measure each,
English measure, according to said plan, 23 feet 5
inches front on St. Ferdinand street, by 106 feet 6
inches in depth, between parallel lines.
4. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situated
in suburb Washington, iu the Third District of this
city, in square No. 19, comprised within Girod, St.
Joliu the Baptist, Pert and St. Ferdinand streets,
designated by tbe Nos. ID and 20 on a plan made by
Kehieider, civil engineer, on the fifteenth of Marcli,
1837, deposited in the office of Aehille Chiapella,
notary public. Said lots arecoutign us, and meas
ure each English measure, 23 feet 5 inches front
on St. Ferdinand street, by 106 feet 6 incites in
depth, between parallel lines.
5. FOUR LOTS OF GnOUND in the town of Man
deville being Nos. 4.5 19 and 20, parish of St. Tam
many, in the square bounded by Cairoll, Lake,
Claiborne and Laritte streets, on the side nearest
to the Man deville Hotel, formerly kept by one Les
trade; lots Nos. 4 and 5 measure, each, 41 feet 8
inches front on Lake street, by 237 feet 6 inches in
depth, between parallel lines; lots Nos, 19 and 20
each measure 41 bet 8 inches front on Claiborne
street, by 237 fe*-t6 inches in deuth. Together with
the frame dwelling house and other out houses
and all the improvements and appurtenances
thereto.
Terms and Conditions—One-third cash, and the
balance on a credit of one and two years iu notes
secured bv mortgage and vendor's privilege, anti
bearing eight per cent interest per annum irom
date until paid, and the clause of five per cent for
artomey's fees in case of judicial proceedings for
tbe recovery of payment on said notes; the build
ings to be kept insured at expense of purchasers,
aud notes transferred to parties interested.
Acts of sale, together with internal revenue
stamps, etc., before A. Pitot, Jr., at the expense of
the!purchasers. ap2 9 16 23 30 my4
By C. E. Girardey & Co.
SPACIOUS AND EL EG.; NT RESIDENCE, WITH
T.IREE LOTS OF GROUND, ON MAGAZINE,
BETWEEN PHILIP AND FIRST STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF ENOCH j. SPRINGBETT.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 34,664.
B Y V. E. CUKARDBY Ac CO., Auc
tioneers—Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer—
Office No. 17 Exchange place.— SATURDAY. May
18, 1872, at twelve o'clock M., at the Mer
chant s and Auctioneers* Exchange, on Royal, oe
tween i anal and Customhouse streets, in this city
of New Orleans, by virtue of an ordered the hon
orable the Second District Court for the parish ol
Orleans, dated April 8, 1872, will be sold by public
auction, tor account-of said estate, the following
described property, to wit—
THAT SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT RESIDENCE,
No. 666 Magazine street, in the Fourth District ot
this city, in the square bounded bv Magazine. Con
stance. Philip ana First streets. The grounds com
prise three lots, designated as lota A, B aud H.
Lots A and B adjoin each other and measure each
30feet front on Magazine street by 127 feet in depth,
between parallel lines; and lot H measures 30 leet
4 inches and 3 lines front on Phlip 6treet by 127
feet 10 inches and 5 lines in dep h. The residence
is a two story and attic frame (retired from the
street, with ornamental garden and neat iron fence
front), with spacioushali aud galleries, a two-story
wing in rear, yard well shaded and across the rear
and partly on the lot fronting on Philip is a large
two-story frame building, slate roof.
Terms of Hale—One-half cash; the remainder at
twelve months' credit, in notes of the purchaser
to bis own order and by him indorsed, bearing in
terest of eight per cent per annum from date of
sale until final payment, with the penal clause of
live per cent attorneys' fees iu event of suit to en
force payment, secured by special mortgage and
yendoi'a lien, and improvements to be kept fully
insured and policy transferred to vendor, and pur
chaser to assume, payment, over and above the
Mo, of all taxes for the year 1871 and up to the day
of sale,
Acts of sale and United .States stamps attached
at tile expense of the purchaser, before W. J.
Castell, notary public.- apl4 27 my4 11 18
By Charles E. Fortier.
valuable property on laurel street, BE
T*A EEN ST. ANDRE W AND ST. MARY STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF JOHN GEORGE DA MM.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 34,847.
B V C HARLES K. FORTIER, AUCTIONEER.
t>ffice No. 54 Exchange alley—SATURDAY.
April 27, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.. at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street*
between Canal a d Customhouse streets, will he
fcold st public auction, by virtue of an order from
the Hou. Louis Duvigueaud, Judge of tbe Second
District Court foi the parish of Orleans, dated
March 22 1X72—
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings thereon, consisting of
a one story frame house, and all the rights,
*' a .ys privileges and advantages thereto beloug
or in any wise appertaining, s tuated in
the Fourth District of this city, iu the square
bounded by St. Andrew. St. Mary, Laurel aud Con
stance streets, and measuring 25 feet front on Lau
rel streets bv 58 ft-et 1 inch and 4 lines in depth, be
tween parallel lines.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
Act of sale before W. H. Seymour, notary public,
at the expanse of the purchaser, including stamp.
mh26 ap4 16 27*
AUCTION RALES.
fiy C. E. Girardey & Co.
GREAT SALE OF RAMPART STREEt PROPERTY.
STORES, DWELLINGS AND BUILDING SITUS,
uear the New Canal Basin, between Julia aud
Girod streets.
THE ENTIRE WITHOUT RESERVE, ON EASY
terms and long credit, without reserve, for
account of the succession of tbe late Jean
Joseph Leouce Abat.
Second District Court for the Pa: ish of Orleans—
No. 28.560.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY dfc CO., Auc
tioneers—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office
No. 17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY. May
18, 1872, at twelve o'clock M., at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, will be
sold at public auction, by aud in pursuance of an
order from the Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of
the Second District Court for the parish of Or
leans. rendered on the thirteenth of April, 1872,
in the matter of tl*c m< ce.-sion of Hie late Jean
Joseph Abat, No. 28,560 of the docket ot the said
court, the fo lowing very desirable aud very valu
able property, to wit—
SIX CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together with
al! the buildings and improvements thereon, situ
ated in the First District of this city, in tlie square
bounded by Rampart, Julia Basil and Girod
streets, and designated by the Nos. 1, 3 4, 5, 6 and 7,
on plan of L. Film, dated April J3 1872.
Lot No. 1 measures 25 feet front on Rampart or
Circus street, by 127 feet 10 inches and 4 lines in
depth, between parallel lines.
Lots Nos. 3 ami 4 ad.pen each other, and measure
each 25 feet front on Rampart or Circus street, by
127 feet 10 inches and 4 lines iu depth, between
parallel lines.
The improvements on lots Nos. 1.3 and 4 comprise
portions of tbe double one-story and attic frame
building, known as Nos. 252, 254, 256, 258 and 260
Rampart street.
Lot No. 5 adjoins No. 4. and lias an irregular front
on Rampart street of 24 feet 10 iuchea and 3 lines,
25 feet w ide in the rear, by 127 feet 10 inches and 4
lines in depth on tlie lifle dividing it from lot No. 4,
and 125 feet 8 inches and 4 Hues in depth on ibe line
dividing it from lot No 6.
Tlie improvements comprise a two story frame
building known as No. 262 Rampart street. These
improvements extend on the ad)oiniug lots.
Lot No. 6 adjoins Lot No. 5, and measures 27 feet
3 inches and 4 lines front on Rampart street, 10
feet 10 inches wide in the rear by 93 feet 8 inches
and 4 lines on the line of lot> No. 5, and 92 feet 6
inches deep on tlie line of lot No. 6, and is at pres
ent used as a wood and coal yard.
Lot No. 7 adj tins lot No. 6, aud measures 27 feet
3 inches and 4 liues flout ou Rampalt street by 92
feet 8 inches in depth ou tlie line of lot No. 6, and
88 feet in depth on tlie side line towards Julia
str. et and 10 feet 10 inches wide in the rear.
Tlje improvements thereon comprise a one-story
frame building known as No. 268 Rampart street,
used as a bakery.
Rampart street is our roost important thorough
fare lor tbe retail trade west of Oarondelet street,
situated near tlie New canal basin, which rendeis
the property specially desirable, with improve
ments adapted to tbe wants of this active and
popular centre, lnves nient in the above de
scribed property can not fail to be remunerative.
2. THREE LOTS OF GROUND in the first Dis
trict of this city, and in the square hounded by
St. Joliu (or Basin). Franklin (or St. Peter), Ju'ia
(or Florida Lauding) and Girod streets, and desig
nated as Nos. 13, 14 and 15 on a plan above referred
to. Tbe said lots adjoin each other, and measure
each 29 feet 10 filches front on Basin Btreet, 12
feet 7 inches and 2 lines wide in the rear, by depth
ranging from 174 feet 10 inches ou the side line to
ward Julia street to 158 feet 6 inches on the side
line toward Girod street, The improvements on
these lots comprise a one-si orv frame building, No.
239 Ba6in street, and other bnildings.
Terms—One-fourth cash, aud the balance at one,
two aud time years' credit for notes subdivided to
suit tlie psirties in interest, and specially secu' ed
by mortgage aud vendor's lien ou the property
sold. The notes to bear eight per cent per annum
interest from tlie day of sale until final payment.
The mortgage to contain the five per cent attor
ney's fee clause, binding the purchasers to
pay in event that tlie notes given in payment
should have to be sued to enforce payment. The
iniprovemetts to he kept insured Uy tlie purchas
ers anil the policy transferred to trie holders of the
notes until final payment, and the purchasers to
assume all tlie taxes over tlie price ot adjudication
for 1872.
Acts of sale, together with United States internal
revenue stamps attached, at the expense ot the
purehasei s. before Jules .'lossy, notary public.
ap!4 17 21 inj4 II 18
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS ON CANAL, BIENVILLE
AND GALVEZ STREETS.
INSURANCE STOCK.
SUCCESSION OF JOHN O'DONNELL.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 35,228.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY dk CO., Auc
tioneers—Office No. 17 Excbauge place.—SAT
URDAY, Mav 4, 1872, at twelve o'clock M..
at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, on
Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets, hy
virtue of an order of tlie honorable the Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated
twenty-second March, 1872, will he sold by public
auction, for account of eaid succession, the lollow
ing described property, to wit—
1. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, in the First District
of this city, in the square hounded by Canal, Gas
quet. Galvez and Miro streets, designated as lots
Nos. 5 and 6, adjoining each other, and measuring
each 27 feet front ou Canal street by 1U5 feet 16
inches and 3 lines in depth.
2. FOUR LOTS OF GROUND, in the Second Pis
trntofttiis oily, m the square bounded by Bien
ville. Conti, Galvez and Miro streets, designated as
lots Nos. 21. 22,23 aud 24. and measure as follows,
to wit: L"t No. 21 measures 29 feet 6 inches front
on Bienville street by lt'9 feet 5 inches and 6 lines
in depth aud front oil Galvez street, and forms the
corner of Bienville and Galvez rireets, aud lots
Nos. 22, 23 and 24 adjoin each other and measure
r«eh 27 teet * inches'front ou Galvez street by 118
feet and 1 line in depth.
3. FIVE SH > RES OF STOCK in tlie New Orleans
Mutual Insurance Association of this city, of
$ 100 each, and on which the sum of *226 has
been paid, tlie purchaser thereof to assume all the
obligations ol said deceased on account of the
same and discharge from all obligation due given
to said succession.
Terms of Sale—For the real estate, one-third
cash, and the remainder upon a credit of six aud
twelve mouths, in notes secured by special mort
gage and vendor's lieu on the property Bold, and
hearing interest of eight per cent per annum from
date of sale until final payment, with the penal
clause of live cent attorney's fees iu event of suit
to enforce payment, aud pui chasers to assume pay
ment of all taxes for 1872.
lemis for the insurance stock—Cash in United
Statee treasury notes.
Acts of sale and United States stamps at the ex
pense of the purchasers, before F. D. Seghers, no
tary public. mh31 ap!3 2(1 27 my4
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING, NO. 523 CHAR
ties street, and Ten Lots on Lapeyroase, from
Galvez to Miro street.
SUCCESSION OF JOHN W. HARDIE.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No, 34JH6.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY <fc CO., Auc
tioneers—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office
No. 17 Exchange place —SATURDAY. May 18,1872. at
twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auc
tioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, between Canal
and Customhouse streets, in this city of New Or
1,-aus, by virtue of au order ot tlie honorable the
Second ' District Court for tlie parisli of Orleans,
dared the sixth of April, 1872. will he sold liy pub
lic auction, for account.of said estate, the follow
ing described property, to wit—
1. THE THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE No. 523
Chartres street, in the Third i istiiet of this city,
in tlie square bounded by Chartres (late Moreaui,
Fort, St. Ferdinand and Architect streets. The lot
is designated by the No. 4, is the fourth from
(lie corner of Fort street, hounded on the side next
to Fort street liy lot No. 3, now or lately owned by
Lacroix, and on the other side liy lot No. 5, for
merly owned liy M. Congot, and measures. Ameri
can measure. 26 feet 3 inches front on each of said
Chartres and Architect streets, by 138 feet 1 inch
and 3 lines in depth, between parallel lines.
2. TEN LOTS OF GROUND in the same district,
in square bounded by Lapeyrouse, Onzaga, Galvez
and iliro streets, designated as lots Nos. 1 to 1(1 in
clusively, and measurng each 29 feet 9 inches and
3 liues front, on Lapeyrouse street, by 125 feet 4
inches in depth; Jot No. 1 forming the corner of
Lapeyrouse and Miro streets, aud lot No. 10 tlie
center of Lapeyrouse and Galvez streets.
Terms of Sale—One-th.rd cash, aud the remainder
payable in three equal installments, at twelve,
twenty-tour aud thirty-six months' credit, with
interest of eight pci- cent per annum from
date of sale until final payment, with tlie usual
clause of five l>er cent attorney's fees in event
of 6uit to enforce payment; the improvements to
be kept fully insured, aud policy transferred to
the holders of tho notes, a;_d nuveltasere to assume
payment of all taxes for the year 1 St2.
Acts of sale and United States stamps at the
expense ol the purchasers, before —--, notary
public._ _ ap!4 27 my4 11 18 i
PEREMPTORY AND EXTENSIVE SALE OF STATE
of Louisiana Bonds, Parish and Confederate
Bonds, Notes, Bills Receivable and Judgments,
By order of the Assignee iu Bankruptcy.
BANK OF LOUISIANA IN BANKRUPTCY.
District Court ef the United States of America for
the District of Louisiana—No. 1056.
B y c. e. girardey & co., auction
eers—Office No. 17 Exchange place.—SATUR.
DAY, April 27, 1872, at twelve o'clock M., at
the Merchants' aud Auctioneers Exchange, on
Royal, between Canal and Customhouse streets,
will lie sold at public auction, by order of the
assignee iu the bankruptcy of the Bank ot Louisi
ana, to the highest bidder—
A very large and valuable list of Louisiana State
Bonds, Confederate States Bouds, Parish Bonds,
Bills Receivable, Notes, Judgments, and otner
Claims.
Descriptive catalogues will be prepared aud dis
tributed on the day ot sale.
Terms—Cash ap!4 21 td
FURNITURE, MOVABLE EFFECTS, BTC.
SUCCESSION OF ALEXANDER WHELESy
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY CO.. Auc
tioneers—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auc» , oce er—
Office No. 17 Exchange place.—THURSD a y. Aoril
18, 1872. at eleven o'clock A. M., at th « residence
No. 720 Magazine street, by vi» 0 f' an
order of the honorable the Second Court
for the parish of Orleans, dated J . liarv 25 1872,
Till be sold by public auction- '* QuarJ '
& LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FUR' xtiptipu AND MOV*
ABLX8, and ONE HOBKK and ^ J AaaiT5
Terma-Cash, before dellve £ 13 M w
By C. E. Girardey & Co.
IMPROVED PROPERTY, CORNER OF TCHOUPI
TOULA8 AND THIRD STREETS.
JOSEPH STAS, TUTOR, VS. WIDOW MEIDEN, AN
Absentee.
Second District Court for tbe Parish of Orleans
No. 34,857.
SALK FOR A PARTITION.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY & CO%, AUCTION
eers—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office No.
17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY, May 4, 1872, at
12 o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, on Royal, between Canal and Custom
house streets, by virtue of a judg ent rendered by
the honorable the Second District Court fi§* the
parish of Orleans, in the above entitled matter,
will be sold by public auction, the following de
scribed property, to wit—
TWO LOTS OR PORTIONS OF GROUND, in the
Fourth District of this city, in the square bounded
by Tclioupitoulas, Water, Third and Fourth btreets,
known as lots Nos. 2 and 3. Lot No. 2 measures 34
feet 5 inches front on Third street, by 25 feet 10
inches aud 7 liues in depth, between parallel lined.
Lot No. 3 adjoins the above and measures 25 feet 11
iuches aud t lines front eu Levee ot Tehoupitoulas
street, 53 feet and 10 inches iu depth and front on
Third street, forming the corner of Third and
Tehoupitoulas streets, 54 feet 3 inches and 3 liues in
depth on the other line, and 25 feet 10 inches aud 7
lines on the rear line. The improvements ou there
lots comprise, in front, a two-story frame building,
suited lor business aud dwelling, with one-story
rear building, and is known ;is No. 860Tchoupitou'as
street, coruer of Thiqd, and in the extreme rear is
a one-story brick building known as No. 8 Third
street.
Terms—One half cash, aud the remainder at
twelve mon hs' credit, in notes secured by special
mortgage and vendor's lien, and bearing Iuterest of
eight per cent per annum from date of sale until
final payment, with the penal clause of five per
cent attorney's fees in event of suit to enforce
payment. Improvements to be kept fully insured
anil policy transferred to vendor, and purchaser to
assume payment of all taxes for 1872.
Act of sale and United States stamps at the ex
pense of tbe purchaser s before Octsve Morel, no
tary public. ap3 13 20 27 mv4
CHOICE COTTAGE PK« P&RTY AND BUILDING
sites in the Fourth District of this city.
Thomas J. Keenauetal. vs. M'chael J. Savage,
tutor of the minors Keenan—For a partition.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 35.088.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY At CO., Auc
tioneers—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office
No. 17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY', April 27,
1872, at twelve o'clock M.. at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchauge ou Royal between Canal
and Customhouse stree s, in this city of Netr Or
leans, bv virtue ot a judgment render' d by tbe
honorable the Second District Court for the Parish
of Orleans, on the fifteenth day of March, 1872, and
signed on the twentieth day of March, 1872, will be
sold by public auction in the above eutitlpd, matter
in order to effect a partition, the following very
valuable property, to wit:
1. TWO LOTS OF GROUND. wiMi all the build
ings and improvements thereon, in the Fourth
District of this city, in the square bounded by St.
Andrew, a dele. Rousseau and Levee streets, known
as lots Nos. 5 and 8, adjoining each other, aud
measuring as follows, to wit: Lot No. 5 has 29 feqJt
9 inches trout ou Nt. Andrew street, by 74 feet 2
inches m depth on the line ot lot No 4. Lot No. 8
has 29 feet 6 inches front on St. Andrew street, by
73 feet 9k inches in depth on the line ol* lot No. 5,
and 73 feet 5 inches in depth on the lower side
line—the said measurements being more or less.
The improvements comprise two neat double oue
story frame cottages, slate roof, subdivided into four
tenements, haviug two rooms, two kitchen rooms,
cistern, etc., to each tenement, and known as Nos.
18, 20, 22 aud 24 St. Andrew street; property always
well rented; located on a good street, adjacent to
the shipping, railroads, etc.
2. THREE LOTS OF GROUND, with all the im
provements thereon, in the Fourth District of this
city, iu the square bounded by Laurel. First, Philip
and Annunciation streets, known as lots Nos. 249,
250 and 251, adjoining each other, and measuring
each 30 feet 7 inches front ou Laurel street, by 120
feet in depth. The improvements comprise, on lot
No. 251, a choice one story frame cottage, with
kitchen, sheds, etc., known as 154 Laurel street.
The two adjoining lots are well tilled, and will be
sold separately from the cottage.
3. THREE jlOTH OF GROUND, with all the im
provements thereon, in the same square, known as
lots Nos. 245. 246 and 247, adjoining each other, and
measuring each about 31 feet 12 inches aud 5 liues
f out on Laurel street, by 119 feet 8 inches and 6
lines in depth. The improvements comprise, on
each lot, a neat double tffie-story frame cottage,
slate roof, retired Irom tbe street with front gal
lery, separate side alleys, kitchens, sheds, cisterns,
etc., and are known as Nos. 136,138 and 140 Laurel
4. A LOT OF GROUND, in same square, and ad
joining the cottages above described, is known as
lot No. 244, and measures 31 feet 11 inches and 4
lines front on Laurel street, bv 129 feet in depth,
and together with this lot will be sold a large piece
or portion of ground which adjoins the same iu the
rear, and measures 39 feet 8 inches and 6 lines in
depth by a width of 127 feet 9 inches aud 10 lines,
extending toward First street, iu the rear of the
tlnee adjoining lots.
Terms of Sale—One third cash; and the remain
der ou a credit of one, two and thiee years, in
notes of the purcharseis, secured by special mort
gage aud vendor's lien on the property sold, and
hearing interest of eight per cent per annum from
date of sale until final payment, with the penal
clause of five percent attorney's fees in event of
suit to enforce payment: itnproxemeuts to be kept
fully insured and policies transferred to veudfors.
and purchasers to assume payment of all taxes for
the year 1872, and tlie notes to he divided into cou
pons to suit the interests involved.
Acts of sale and United States stamps at the ex
pense of the purchasers before William J. Castell.
E6q.. notary public. mh23 ap6 13 20 27
SIX LOTS CORNER FIRST AND LIBERTY
STREETS— SUCCESSION OF EMANUEL KRAIL.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 19,368.
B y c. e. girardey & co., acction
eers—Nicholas J. Hoey, Auctioneer—Office
No. 17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY'. May 4,
1872. at twelve o'clock M., at tlie Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, ou Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of
New (means, 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 auctioi:—
SIX LOTH OF GROUND in the Fourth District of,
this city, in the square bounded by First, Second,
St Andrew (now Liberty) and St. George streets,
designated as lots Nos. 14,15, 16, 17, 18 and 20. Lots
Nos. 14 to 18 adjoin aud measure each 30 feet frout
ou First street, by a depth each of UK) feet; the lot
No. 18 forming the cori er of First and Liberty
streets. Lot No. 20 measures 26 feet 6 inches front
on Liberty Btreet, by 150 feet in depth, between par
al'el lines.
Terms—One-fourth cash; remainder at one, two,
three and four years credit in notes secured by
special mortgage and vendor's lieu, and bearing in
terest of eight per cent per annum from date of
sale until final payment, with the clause of five 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 pioposed bauquette i n First street.
Acts of sale aud United States stamps at tlie ex
pense of the put chasers before W. J. Castell notary
public. mli31 ap!3 29 >7 mj l
A DOUBLE TWO-STORY |HRICK HOUSE-NO. 314
and 316 Baronne street.^
SUCCESSION OF ABRAHAM AND ELIZABETH
KRAIL.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans —
No. 35,310.
SALE FOR A PARTITION.
B Y C. E. GIRARDEY & CO., Auc
tioneers—Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer—Office
No. 17 Exchauge place—SATURDAY'. May 4, 1872,
at twelve o'clock M.. at the Merchants and Auc
tioneers' Exchauge, on Royal, between Canal and
Customhouse streets, by virtue of a judgment ren
dered by the honorable the Second District Court
for the parish of Orleans, iu tlie above entitled
matter, w'ill be sold by public auction, the follow
ing described property, to w it—
A LOT OF GROUND, with all the buildings and
improvements thereon, iu the First District of this
city, in the square bounded by Baronne,
Diyades. Calliope and Clio streets, being
a subdivision of lot No. 3, aud is that
pertion of said lot No. 3 nearest to Calliope
street. Tbe said lot measures 30 feet front on Bar
onoe street, by 120 feet in depth, between parallel
liues, French measure. The improvements com
prise a double two story brick house, with six
rooms oil each side, a one.story kitchen, large cis
tern, etc., kuown as Nos. 314 and 316 Baronne
street.
Tei ms— One-third ca*h, the refflfunder at one
and two year's credit, iu notes secured by special
mortgage and vendor's lien, and hearing tight
percent interest per avmirn from date of sale
until final payment^ with the penal clause of five
per cent attorney« fefS in tlie event of suit
to enforce paymehT, improvements to be kept fully
Insured and policy transferred to vendor, and pur
chaser fo assume payment of all t^ies for the
5 ear 187ft.
Act of sale, and United States stamps, at the
expense of purchaser, before W. J. Castell, notary
public. ap3 13 20 27 my4
POLYMNIA STREET PROPERTY,
SUCCESSION OF CHARLES LINLBERG.
Second District Court for the Parmti of Orleans—
No. 34 869.
B y c. e. giraudIY & co., auction
eers—Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer—Office No.
17 Exchange place.-"SATURDAY', May 4,1872, at 12
o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, on Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the cityr of New Oiieuus, by
virtue of Bn order from the honorab e the Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated
March 1872, will be sold at public auction, lor
account of said succession, the following described
propfjity.to wit— , „ ,
A Lot OF GROUND, with all the buildings and
improvements thereon, in the First District of
this-city, in fhe square hounded by Euterpe, Car
andr Polyinnia and Baronne streets, being part
-if r he original lot No. II. and.measuring, m French
mr asure. J'j feet trout ©n Polymma street by 120
L et m depth, between parallel lines, l ne lm
Vrovemetits comprise a one-story house, kitchen,
etc., known as No. 89 Po'ymnia street. . , ,
Terwr8—One-third cash, and the remainder a,
one and two years credit, in notes secured oy
special mortgage and vendor's lien pn the prop
erty sold, and bearing interest of eight per cent per
annum from date of sale until final payment, witn
the clause of five pen cent attorney's fees m tne
event of suit to enforce payment; improvements
to be kept fully insured, and the policy transferred
to the vendor, and purchaser to assume payment
of all taxes for 1872.
Act of sale and United States stamps at the
T>euse of the purchaser, before w. J. Castell
notary public. mh31 apl3 20 27 my4
f
AgOTION SALES.
By C. E. Girardey & Co.
THE MILLAUDON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AND
Lot on New Levee street.
STOCKS BONDS, ETC.
IN THE MATTER OF THE SUCCESSION OF
Widow job. Abat, L. J. Auguste Cordjer et al.
vs. Mrs. A. Tainboury et al., for a partition,
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 35,143.
B y c. e. girardey & co., auction
eers—Nicholas J. Hoev, Auctioneer—Office No.
17 Exchange place.—SATURDAY, April 20, 1872,
at twelve o'clock M., at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets, in this city of
New Orleans, by virtue of a iudgment in partition
rendered iu the above entitled matter, by tlie honor
able the Second District Court for the parish of
Orleans, on January 24, 1872. and sigued January
29. 1872, will be sold by public auction, in order to
effect a partition of the property of tbe succession
of said Mrs. Widow Joseph Abat, the following de
scribed valuable property, to vit—
The MiHaudon Tobacco Warehouse.
1. FIVE LARGE LOTS OF GROUND, situated in
the islet bounded by Tehoupitoulas, New Levee or
Peters and Nuns streets, which islet lies partly in
tlie First and partly iu the Fourth District, of this
c^ty. The lots are designated by the Nos. 1 to 5,
oti plan by L. H. Pilie, surveyor, dated eleventh ot
January,* 1872, showing the subdivisions of the
property, and according to said plan the whole
five lots measure together 230 feet 10 inches front
on Peters or New Levee street, 207 feet 2 inches
and 6 lines front on Tehoupitoulas street, 182 feet
7 inches and 4 lines front on Nuns street, by 80
feet 9 inches in depth on the upper side line to
ward St. Mary street. The improvements com
prise a large one-story brick warehouse, which
covers the whole five jots, intended for and used
as a tobacco warehouse, and leased to Messrs.
Burke & Naufly until tbe thirty-first of August,
1873, at $3000 per annum, payable monthly.
Together w ich tins property and attached there
to by special mortgage, h re 211 shares (reduced to
197 shares) of the capital stock ot the Citizens'
Bank of Louisiana, secured by mortgage thereon.
Tbe purchaser of said property must assume all
the responsibilities of a stockholder of said bank,
according to tlie charter thereof, apd furnish his
stock note to the said bank in lieu and stead oi
the stock note now standing in the name of the
vendor. The stock note due tlie said Citizens'
Bank on the said property amounts now to the
sum of $3165, due July 1,1872, payable or renew
able, according to the charier of said Citizens'
Bank of Louisiana.
Lot on New Levee or Peters Street.
2. A LOT OF GROUND in the square or islet
known as the ' Triangle square," in the First Dis
trict of this city, bounded t»y New Levee or Peters,
Front, Triangle and Calliope streets, designated as
lot No. 23, and measuring 24 feet IU inches and 2
lines front on New Levee or Peters street, by 74
feet iu depth on the upper side, 59 feet 8 inches in
depth on the lower Biae, and 28 feet 8 inches in
width in the rear aud front on a common alley
opening ou both of said Calliope and Peters streets.
Tyrms and Conditions of Sale—Ou**-fourth cash,
and tbo remainder at one. two aud three years'
credit from the date of sale, in notes of the pur
chasers, to their own order, and l^y them indorsed,
hearing interest of eight per cent per annum from
date of sale until final payment, the said notes to
be secured by special mortgage aud vendor's lien
and privilege on the property sold. The improve
ments on the property sold to be kept insured for
the full amount of the credit portion until the
same is finally paid, and the policies of insurance
therefor to be transferred to the vendors or hold
ers of tlie notes; and in event of failure ou 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 per cent
on the amount sued for, the said clause to be se
cured by tbe eaiue act of mortgage, and the said
amount to be paid by or at the expense of the pur
chaser. The purchasers of said property will
aaaume, in addition to and ovei and above the
amount of their bids, tbe payrqent of all taxes
which the property sold may owe for and during
the year 1872. Purchasers' notes to be subdivided
to suit the interests involved.
Acts of sale and United States stamps attached
at tlie expense of the purehaseis, before Jules
Mossy, Esq., notary public.
ALSO,
3. STX FIRST MORTGAGE CONSTRUCTION
BONDS of the New Orleans, Opelousas aud Great
Western Railroad Company, of $1000 each, bearing
interest of eight per cent per annum. April and
October coupons, stamped by the United States
Marshal as assumed bv Charles Moigan for the
6um of $678 48 each, and interest thereon, as per
act of t-ale to him of date May 25, 1869.
4. TWENTY-SEVEN SHARES OF STOCK of tlie
New Orleans, Jackson aud Great Northern Railroad
Company, $25 each.
5. TEN SHARKS OF STOCK of the St. Charles
Hotel Company of New Orleans, $25 each.
6. TWENTY SHARKS OF STOCK of the Louis
iana Tehuantepec Company, as per receipts to be
exhibited. •
Terms—Cash. mh!5 30 an6 13 20
By S. Gurnault.
SUCCESSION OF VICTOR BAROUSSE—NO. 35,161.
B Y 8. GUINAUI/P, AUCTIONEER—OFFICE
corner of Exchange alley and Bienville street.—
SATURDAY. April 20, 1872. will be sold, at twelve
o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Customhouse aud
Canal streets, by virtue of au order from the hon
orable the Second District Court for the parish of
Orleans, dated March 15,1872, the following prop
erties, to wit:
A LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Second
District of this city, in square bounded by
Conti, St. Louis. Burgundy and Rampart streets,
measuring aliout 30 feet front on Conti street, by
about 100 feet in depth between parallel lines, to
gether with a double frame house, slate roof, No. 151,
haviug six rooms, a kitchen of two rooms, trout
gallery and two cabinets, double privy, water
work, etc.
A LOT OF GROUND situated in the same district
of this city, in square bounded by St. Peter, Tou
louse, Royal and Bourbon streets, measuring 30 feet
f ont on* Sc. Peter street by 120 feet in depth, to
gether with a two story brick house, No. 72, having
on the ground floor a double parlor with sliding
door and a large pant y; iu tbe second story, four
rooms, closed gallery B and cabinet, and verandah
on tlie street; a two toyy brick kitchen of six
rooms, privy, hydrant, etc. See plans at the Ex
change.
Terms—One-third cash, and the balance on a
credit of one and two rears, lor notes secured by
mortgage bearing eight per cent interest per an
num from date till paid; the buildings to be kept
insured by tbe purchasers and the policy trans
ferred to the vendor, or in the hands of an y holder
of said notes, until final payment, and in case of
t on said notes, if not paid at maturity, pur
chasers to pay five pbr cent attorneys' fees on the
amount claimed.
Acts of sale before A. E. Eienvenu, notary public,
.at the expense of the purchasers, including the
United Stares stamps.
mb 19 26 ap4 13 20
<lON OF AUGUSTE FAVRE.
B Y 8. GUFNAULT, AUCTIONEER—OFFICE
corner of Exchange alley and Bienville street—
SATURDAY. May 18, 1872. will be sold, at 12 M., at
the Merchants aud Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
street, between Canal and Customhouse streets,by
virtue of a judgment from the honorable the Second
District Court for the parish of Orleans, rendered
March 27,1872, aud signed April 3,1872, the following
property, to wit—
1. TWO LOTS OF GROUND situated in tlie Third
District of this city, designated by Nos. 7 and 8,
square 67. bounded by Genius, St. Anthony. Baga
telle and Celestine streets. Said lots measure,
French measure, each 25 feet 4 inches front ou Ge
nius street by 150 feet deep.
2. A LOT OF GROUND in the same district desig
nated by No. 5 in square 64, bounded by Frenchmeu.
Genius, Celestine and Klysiau Fields streets. Said
lot measures 37 feet 6 inches front on FreDclimen
street by 110 feet in depth.
THREE LOTS OF GROUND in the same dis
trict designated by Nos. 15, 16 and 17 in square 41.
bounded by Solidelle, Josephine, Mazant aud Bar
tholomew streets. Said lots measure each 30 feet
front on Solidelle street by 170 l'eet 6 inches in
depth.
L ^ SQUARE OF GROUND ill same district des
iguated bv No. 44. Said square measures 224 feet 5
lines frout ou Josephine street. 341 feet front on
Bartholomew' atreo', 224 feet 5 likes front on Crea
tine street and 341 feet oil the division line of
Barthe's property, or assigus.
5. A SQUARE OF GROUND in the same district
designated by No. 47, and measures 224 feet 5 liues
front on Celestine-etreet, 341 feet front on Bartholo
mew street, 224 feet 5 lines front on Genius street
and 341 feet on the division line of Barthe's prop
erty.
See plane at the Exchange.
Terms—Cash.
Acts of sale before A. Dreyfous, notary public, at
the expense ol purchasers, iududing United Stat* s
stamps. ap!7 24 my4 11.18
UCCESSION OF CHA RLES URSIN PLICQUE-NO.
18,834.
B y s. guinault, auctioneer-office
corner of Exchauge alley ami Bienville street.—
SATURDAY, April 27, 1872, • will be sold, at
tw elve o'clock M., at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Custom
house streetB, by virtue of ail order from the hon
orable the Second District Court for tbe parish of
Orleans, dated seventeenth of January,1872, the fol
lowing properties, to wit—
TWo CERTAIN VACANT LOTS OF GROUND
designated by Nos. 1 and 2. situated in the Third
District of this city, in the square bounded by
Frenchmen, Klysiau Fields, Claiborne and Der*
bigny streets, measuring each 28 feet 5 inches front
on Frenchmen street, by 117 feet 10 inches in depth,
between parallel liues.
A LOT OF GROUND at Lewisburg, on Lake P«mt
chartrain, parish of St. Tammany, iu this State,
designated as No. 31, on a plan of said town, by
Bourgerol, surveyor, on the fourteenth day of
March, 1834, deposited in the office of William
Christy, now' T. O. Starke, notary, said lot measur
ing one-half arpent front on the avenue of the
lake, 8 arpents 18 feet 10 inches in depth on the
line which divides it from lot No. 38, 8 arpents 27
feet 7 inches in depth on the opposite line, extend
ing up to Copal avenue, on which it measures also
one half arpent. Together with the buildings
thereon, with the right to use the spring, in com
mon with others. See plan at the Exchange.
Terms—For the property situated iu Lewisburg,
cash. For the two lots of ground situated ou
Frenchmen street, one-half cash, and the balance
at one vear's credit, for notes bearing mortgage
and eight per cent interest per annum from date.
In case of judicial proceedings for the rect^ery ol
the above notes, the lawyers' fees, fixed at five per
cent, to be paid bv the purchasers.
Acts-of sale before A. E. Bienvenu, notary public,
at tbe expense of the purchasers, including the
United States stamps. mb27 ap6 13 20 27
AUCTION SALES.
By G. De Feriet A Co.
HANDSOME TWO-STORY RESIDENCE ON |UB
ESTY STREET, BETWEEN MELPOMENE AND
TERPSICHORE STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF MIGUEL El-TELA.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 35,222.
B y g. de feriet & co.-john g. mon
ROSE, Auctioneer—Office No. 50 Royal street.—
SATURDAY, April 27, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
in the St. Charles Auction Exchange, in the base
ment rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, will be sold,
by public auction, by virtHe of an order from the
Hou. Louis Duvigneaud. Judge of the Second Dis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans, dated twen
ty secqpd of March, 1872, tlie following described
property, for account of said succession—
A LOT OF GROUND, situated in the First Dis
trict of this cily, in square No. 15, hounded by Lib
erty, Benton, Terpsichore and Melpomenu streets,
and designated as lot No. 15, according to a plan
drawn by George T. Dunbar, surveyor, dated April
1, 1818, deposited in the office of A. Mazureau, no
tary public in this city. Said lot measures, Ameri
can measure, 32 feet front on Liberty street, by 125
feet in depth, between equal and parallel lines, to
gether with the two-story frame slated house
erected thereon, containing a parlor, diningToom,
stairways, kitchen, side and front galleries below;
three bed-rooms, stair landing, front and side gal
leries above; coal room, sheds, privy, cistern, etc.
Tlie front yard being planted with shrubs, trees
arid flowers.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
Act of sale, together with United States in
ternal revenue stamps attached, before A. J. Lewis,
notary public, at the expense of the purchaser.
mh26 30 ap6 13 20 29 _
HANDSOME COTTAGE ON DORGENOIS STREET
BETWEEN AUBEY AND D'ABADIE STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF CHARLOTTE COMBS.
Parish Court of Tangipahoa, Louisiana—No. 77.
B y g. de feriet & co.-john g. mon
rose, auctioneer—Office, No. 50 Royal street.—
THURSDAY, April 25, 1872. at 12 o'clock M., in the
St. Louis Auction Exchange, in tlie basement ro
tunda of the SL Lonis Hotel, will be sold by public
auction, by virtue of an order from the Hon. C. J.
Bradley, jiidge of the parish court of Tangipahoa,
Louisiana, dated March 20,1872, the follow ing de
scribed property, for account of said succession—
THREE LOTS' OF GROUND, situated in the Third
District of this city, designated by Nos. 17,18 and
19, in the square bounded by D'Abadie, Dorgencis,
Anbry and Rousselin streets. Lots Nos. 17 and 18
measure each 31 feet 7 iuebes front on Dorgenois
street, bv 105 feet each in depth, between equal
and parallel lines. Lot No. 19 adjoins the above
described lots, and measures 13 feet 2 inches and
3 liues front on Dorgenois street, by a depth of 105
feet on the line dividing it from lot No. 18, and 112
feet 8 inches and 6 lines on its oblique depth line,
and 55 feet 2 inches and 4 lines OTf its rear line di
viding it from lots Nos. 1 and 2, together with the
handsome fra tne slated cottage erected thereon,
and containing four rooms, front and rear galleries,
two small wooden buildings, privies, cistern, etc.
The whole in conformity to survey spd plan made
bv A. De Armas, surveyor, and dated March 26,
1872.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
Act of sale, together with United States internal
revenue stamps attached, belore E. Barnett, no
tary public, at purchaser's expense.
nib24 30 iip6 13 20 25
IMPROVED LOT ON URQUHART STREET, BE
TWEEN UNION AND BAGATELLE STREETS.
SUCCESSIONS OF MANUEL BADY, ALIAS BADIE,
AND OF ANTOINETTE BONANEAU. HIS WIFE.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 35,237.
B Y G. DEfERIET & CO-JOHN G. MON
rose. Auctioneer—Office No. 50 Royal street.—
THURSDAY', May 2, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
at the St. Louis Auctiou Exchange, in tbe base
ment rotunda of the St. Louis Hotel, will be
sold by public auction, by virtue of an order from
tlie Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of the Second
District Court for tlie parish of Orleans, dated
March 23. 1872, the following described property,
lor account of said succession—
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, with all the
improvements thereon, situated in the new fau
bourg Mariguy, in the Third District of this city,
in tbe square bounded by Urquhart, Union, Bag
atelle and Morales streets, designated by tbe
No. 247, on the original plan of said faubourg, ind
measuring, French measure. 17 teet 6 inches front
ou Urquhart street, by 150 feet in depth; said por
tion of ground being tbe one-ball of said lot
nearer to Union street.
Terms—One-third cash: balance on a credit of
six and twelve months, in notes of the tpurcliaser,
secured by mortgage aud vendor's lien on the
property 6old. aud bearing interest at the rate of
eight per ceut ner annum from date of sale until
tiual payment; the act of sale to coutaiu the pact
of "nou alienando" renunciation of appraisement iu
case of seizure of said property to foreclose the
mortgage, and the clause of ten per cent attor
ney's commissions in case of suit on any of the un
paid notes or any part thereof.
Act of sale, together with United States iatcrnal
revenue stamps attached, before F. D. Seghers,
notary public, at the expense of purchaser.
mh27 30 ap6 13 2027 ma2
COMFORTABLE HOUSE ON POYDKAS STREET
BETWEEN GALVEZ AND JOHNSON STREETS.
SUC JESSION OF ANNE GREENAN.
.Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans.
No. 35,178.
B y g . de feiuet & co.-john g. mon
ROSE, Auctioueer—Office No. 50 Royal street.—
SATURDAY, April 27, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
at the St. Charles Auctiou Exchange, will
be sold bv public auction, by virtue of au order
from the'Hon. Louis Duvigneaud, Judge of tbe
Second District Court for tbe parish of Orleans,
dated March 21, 1872, the following described real
estate, for account of said succession—
A LOT OF GROUND in tlie First District of this
city, in the square bounded by Galvez, Johnson,
Lafayette and" Poydras streets. Said lot is desig
nated by the lot No. 10 of square No. 4 on a plan
drawn hv L. Bringier, Surveyor General, dated
April 20.1839, and deposited for reference in the of
hce of D. S. McCoy, then a notary public. Said lot
measures 33 feet i inch front on Poydras street, 32
feet 9 inches and 5 liues, more or less, in width on
the rear line, by 69 feet 11 Inches aud 5 lines in
depth on the dividing line of lots Nos 8 and 9, and
71 leet 10 inches iu depth ou the other side line to
ward lots Nos. 5, 6 aud 11, according to said plan;
together with all the buildings and improvements
thereon, which consist of a wooden house contain
ing two rcoms, another wooden huilditm attached
containing two rooms, cistern, privies, shed, etc.
Terms- Cash in United States treasury notes.
Act of sale, with United States internal revenue
stamps attached, before \V. J. Castell, notary pub
lic, at tbe expense of purchaser.
mh'24 3ft ap6 13 20 27 _
LARGE AND IMPORTANT SALE
OF
VALUABLE LANDS,
Situated between the Ursnlinea Convent and
United States Barracks, in the Third District
Of tflis city.
THAT WELL KNOWN TRACT OF GROUND
Belonging to B. Soulie,
Subdivided into Two Hundred and Nine Lots
of Ground.
B)
Y G. DE FERIET & CO.-JOHN G. MON
_ _ ROSE, Auctioneer—Office No. 50 Roya. street.—
WEDNESDAY, April 17, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
iu the St. Louis Auction Exchange, m tne basement
lotunda of the St. Louis Hotel, will be sold by pub
SEVEN SQUARES OF GROUND, in the Third
District of this citv, subdmaed mto 2(!9 lots of
ground, in squares Nos. 53. 52, 116 1J6, 22o, 398 and
387, together with the right ot hafrure thereto be
longing. Said squares are boumled ou the lower
line bv Aiidry street-, on tlie upper line by E^ania
street, audexteud from the .Mississippi river to St.
('laud/* street Tne whole aa indicated eu the
plan on exhibition at the Exchange
Terms—One-half cash, aud the balance at
one and two years' credit iu notes secured by
special mortgage and bearing interest at the
rate of eight per cent per annum from day ot
sale until final payment, five per cent, attorney's
fees in case of suit to recover the amount of any
note or part thereof, and to be likewise secured by
mortgage. The taxes of 1872 to he assumed by
purchasers, who shall cause themselves to be put
m possession at their own expense.
Acts of sale, together with United States inter
nal revenue stamps attached, at the expense of
purchase is, before Eusebe Bouny, notary public.
Norn R—The buildings erected ou these lots as
well as the crops and the lences are not included
in the sale, aud will have to he removed on or be
fore tbe first of May, 1872, by Iheir present owners.
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Succession of Cyrille Eabiehe—No. 35.410
S ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orleans.—Whereas, Louis Bonrgeau has peti
tioned the court for letters of administration on the
estate of the late Cyrille Labiche, deceased intes
tate. Notice is hereby given to all whom it way
concern, to show cause within ten days, why the
prayer ot the said petitioner should not be
granted.
By order ol the Court. _ _ .
av72 16 20 M. O. TRACY, Clerk.
AUCTION' SALES.
By O, Valeton.
SPECIAL CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.
CHOICE STORES, WAREHOUSES. RESIDENCES,
ON CANAL, GRAVIER, JULIA AND ROTAL
STREETS.
VACANT LOTS AND SQUARES IN TBE FIRST,
SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH, FIFTH AND SIXTH
DISTRICTS.
THE IMPROVED PROPERTY YIELDING GOOD
RENTALS.
THE WHOLE WILL BE SOLD ON LONG CREDIT
AND EASY TERMS.
B Y O. VAlsETON, AUCTIONEER—OFFICE
Nos. 55 and 57 Magazine street, corner of Nat
chez street.—SATURDAY, April 20. 1872, at twelve
o'clock M., will be sold at the St. Charles Auc
tion Exchange, the following described proptrtj—
Fir*t District.
1. THAT WELL LOCATED BUSINESS STAND,
now occupied by M. Bohning, at a rental of
$2400 per annum, in the square bounded by Camp.
St. Charles, Gravier and Common streets, measur
ing 24 feet 1 inch front on Common street by 70
feet in dentil, between parallel lines. The' im
provements consist of a three-story building,
known as store No. 118 Common street, and ad
joining the Louisiana and Germania Insurance
Companies.
4 THAT FINE FOUR-STORY BUILDING situated
on Canal street, now occupied by F. Bauer, at ibe
rate of $2500 per annum, in the square bounded
bv Canal, Common, Magazine and Tehoupitoulas
streets. The lot measures 25 feet frout ou Canal
street, by a dentil of 82 feet 3 inches and 4 lines on
the side "near Tehoupitoulas street. 84 feet ou the
side near Magazine street. The improvements con
sist of a well built four-story brick store, with a
frout shade, a'nd known as stdre No. 54 Canal street.
This property being particularly valuable on ac
count of its position, being in front of the Post
office and Customhouse.
3. THE GREAT WESTERN WAREHOUSE, admir
ably located ou Julia street, and yielding the hand
some rental of $3000 on a lease, i his line ware
house, ot great capacity, is located iu tbe centre of
the Western produce business, in thosquare hound
ed by Julia, Tehoupitoulas, Foucher and St« Joseph
streets, and forming the corner of Julia and Foucher
streets. The lot measures99 teet 4 inches front ou
Julia street, 88 feet 4 inches in the rear, 160 feet 8
inches on Foucher street, 112 feet 7 inches ou the
other line near Tehoupitoulas Btreet. This is a
very desirable investment.
4. THAT SUBSTANTIAL TWO-8TORY BRICK
FAMILY RESIDENCE, in the square bounded by
Magazine, Camp, Delord and M. Joseph streets.
The lot measures 21 teet 3 inches and 6 lines front
on Delord street, by 149 feet 10 inches 5 lines in
depth between parallel lines.
5 FOUR VALUABLE LOTci OF GROUND, situated
in the equaie bounded by Annunciation. Calliope,
Foucher and Poeyfarre streets, forming the corner
of Annunciation and Calliope streets, and measur
ing each 26 feet iroit on Annunciation, by 120 feet
iu depth, between parallel lines. These lots are
valuable for stores, being near St. Mary Market.
Second District*
6 THE SUBSTANTIAL BRICK BUILDING, situ
ated on Royal street, No. 210, in the square bounded
by Royal.' Bourbon, Dumaine and St. Philip
streets. Tbe lot measuring 53. feet 4 inches front
on Royal street, by 123 feet in depth, between par
allel lines. This large building was always and is
now occupied as a furniture stdre.
7. FIVE LOTS OF GROUND, with two beautiful
two story frame buildings, with arched parlors and
marble mantels, situated on Canal street, in the
square hounded oy Canal, Customhouse, Galvez and
Miro streets, each lot measuring 28 feet 10 inches
frout on Canal street, by 114 feet in depth, between
parallel lines, and being lots Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17 and
18. The houses are built on lots Nos. 14 and 18,
leaving three vacant lots between the two dwel
lings, giving au opportunity to purchase one or
more lo: s.
8. A NICE COTTAGE HOUSE, built on four lots
of ground, situated in the square hounded by
Broad, Oak. Seventh and St. Johu streets; two lots
fronting on Seventh, having each 30 feet front by
101 feet in depth ffnd front on Oak street, forming
the corner, and two lots in the rear and adjoining
the above, and of irregular measure. Tbe whole
as per plan. This cottage is new, having frout gai
lery, four rooms in main building, outhouses, etc.
Third District.
9. A GENTEEL LITTLE COTTAGE HOUSE, built
on a large let of ground, situated on Broad street,
in the square bounded by Broad, Dorgenois, Colum
bus and Laharpe streets, beiug square No. 1354.
Said lot measine^4 feet 7 inches front on Broad
street, by 31 feet f inches iu ihe rear, 356 feet 8
iuebes 4 lim s iu depth, between parallel lines.
There are four rooms* and attic in tlie main build
ing, outhouses etc.
10. A FRAME HOUSE. consisting of four rooms,
gallery, outh lists, etc., built on a lot of ground
situated in the square bounded by RoyaJ, Dau
phine. Frenchmen and Un on streets, on a lot
measuring about 24 feet front on Frenchmen street,
bv 150 feet in depth, between parallel lines.
'11. A VALUABLE SQUARE OF GROUND, bounded
by Villere. Marais Lesseps and France streets, di.
vided into twenty-lour lots, will be sold as per
plan.
Fourth District.
12 THREE LOTS OF GROUND, situated in the
square bounded by 7 choupitoulas, Livaudais,
Washington and Sixth streets, being lo;s Nos. 27,
2o and 29, measuring 3* feet 8 inches and 5 lines
front ou Tehoupitoulas street by a depth of 111 to
130 feet, between paralle dues, ab f>er plan.
13. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, in the square
bounded by Chippewa. St. Thomas, Sixth and
Seventh streets, measuring 0 f**et front, each, on
Chippewa street by 120 fee: in depth, between
parallel lines.
Rickerville.
14. ONE VALUABLE SQUARE OF GROUND,
bounded by Valmont, Peters, Breslau and Acadia
streets, divided into twenty Jots, as per plan.
15. ONE-HALF SQUARE OF GHOCXD. bounded
by Laurel, Jersey, Octavia and Joseph streets,
divided into twelve lots, as per plan.
16. SIX LOTS OF GROUND, iu tlie square bounded
by Prytania, Perrier, Bordeaux aud .Lyon streets,
as per plan.
Jefletxon City.
17. TEN LOTS OF GROUND, in the square
bounded by Soniat, Dufossat, Pitt and Bouaous
quie streets, as per plan.
Fifth District, Late Algiers,
18. ONE LOT OF GROUND, situated in Algiers,
opposite the city of N* w Orleans, in the souare
bounded by Seguin, Eliza. Evelina and Perret
streets, measuring 31 feet II inches and 5 lines front
ou Eliza street 127 feet 10 inches in depth be
tween parallel lines.
19. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, situated in Algiers,
in the square bounded by Powderhom, Church,
Aloe and Eliza streets, as per plan.
Terms and Conditions—For improved property,
or.e-third cash and balance on a credit of one and
two years. For vacant property, one-fourth cash,
and balance on a credit of one, two and three
years, with eight per cent iuterest per annum from
date of sale until paid; iiupro\ emeuts to be kept
insured for amount of notes due, and the policy
transferred to vendor; five percent for attorneys
fees incase of suit. Taxes for the running year
to be assumed,by purchasers; rent to be tolTected
by vendors up to tirst of May nest.
Acts of sale, together with United States in
ternal revenue stamps at expense of the pur
chasers, before W. J. Castell and P. C. Cuvelher,
notaries public. aplO
CHOICE PROPERTY ON GRAVIER STREET,
FRONTING THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL, AND
RUNNING THROUGH UNION STREET. {
SUCCESSION OF JAMES M. PETERSON.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
No. 34,704.
B y o. vaijston, auctioneer-office
Nos. 55 and 57 Magazine street, corner
Natchez.—SATURDAY, April 20, 1872, at twelve
o'clock M., will be sold, at the St. Charhs
Auction Exchange, on St. Charles street, base
ment of the St. Charles Hotel, by virtue and in
pursuance of an order from tbe Hon. Louis Duvig
neaud, Judge of tbe Second District Court for the
parish of Orleans, dated March 11. 1872, No. 34,704
of the docket of said court, the following described
property, viz— _
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OR PIECK OF
GROUND, situated iu the First District ol this city,
in tlie square bounded by Gravier, Union, St.
Charles aud Carondelet streets, designated as lot
No. 2. Said lot measures 27 feet 7 inches f> out ou
Gravier street, by 149 feet 7 inches in depth ou the
side next to lot So. 1. aud 150 feet 6 inches in depth
on the line next to lo* No. 3, aud 26 feet 8 inches
fronton Union street, English measure, together
with all the improvements thereon, consisting of
offices fronting on Gravier street, and warehouse
fronting ou Union street; the whole, being only
partially improved, are renting to the amount ol
•fc25OT jieranuum. This is one of the best localities
for business.
Terms and Conditions—One-third of the adjudica
tion price, cash, and balance on a credit Of one and
two years; the purchaser to give his notes in cou
pons, at the option of the administrator, secured
bv mortgage and vendor's privilege ou the prop
erty; sa d notes to bear iuterest at the rate of eight
percent per annum from date of sale until paid,
and the buildmg to be kept insured and policy
transferred to the administrator, with the penal
clause of five per cent attorney's fees in the event
of suit; the taxes for the year 1872 to be assumed
by purchaser.
Act of sale, together with United States internal
revenue stamps, at the expense of the purchaser,
before W. J. Castell, notary public,
mb 17 30 ap6 13 20
By Nash & Hodgson.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
SUCCESSION OF CHARLES G. E. BAQUIE, DE
ceased.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans—
Docket No. 35,131.
B Y NASH A HODGSON—K. I. HODGSON,
Auctioneer-Office No. 170 Gravier street -On
THURSDAY. April 18, 18.2, at eleven o clock A. M.,
on the premises No. 201 Girod street, between
Carondelet aud Baronne streets, by virtue and m
pursuance of two several ortfcs of the Hon Louis
Fillvisr„ead Judge of the Seeofc District Court for
thenarish of Orleans, dated respectively February
15 and 21 1872, docket No. 35,131, lor account of
the succession of Charles G. E. Baquie, deceased,
at. Dublic auction, will be sold—
THE ENTIRE CONTENTS of the abov« residence,
consisting of elegant Rosewood, Oak, and other
Parlor Bed and Diningroom Furniture. Marqiietrie
Tables, and Buffet, Statuary, Mirrors, Pier Glasses,
Carpets, Bronzes, Ornaments, Vases. Olassware,
etc., as per inventory on file in the Clerk's office of
the above court.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
The furniture can be seen only on day of sale.
ap7 13 18
AUCTION SALES.
By Nash & Hodgson.
VALUABLE ST. LOUIS STREET COTTAGE.
BANK AND INSURANCE STOCKS, DOUBTECl
ACCOUNTS.
^ AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
SUCCESSION OF ADOLPH SCHWAB, DECEASE!*.
Second District Court for the Pariah of OTleac»—
Docket No. 35,189.
B Y NASH & HODGSON, W. I. HODGSON
Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Gravier street.—Os
SATURDAY, May 11,1872,at twelve o'clock M.,at the
St. Charles Auction Exchange, in basement rotunda
of the St. Charles Hotel, in this city, by virtue and
in pursuance of an order of the Hon. Louis Da
vigneaud, Judge of the Second District Court ft>r
the parish of Orleans, dated April 5, 1872,
docket No. 35,189, for account of tlie succession of
Adolph Schwab, deceased, at public auction, wi'
be sold—
1. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, with the
buildings and improvements theieon, situated in
the Second District of this city, in the square
bounded by St. Louis, Toulouse, • auphine and
Burgundy streets, designated as No. —, which:
measures, in French measure, 30 feet front on ,St.
Louis street, by a depth of 120 feet, and, by a cor
rect measurement, iu American measure. 122 feei
front on St. Louis street, by a depth oi 128 feet 5
inches and 1 line, all between parallel lines, ac
cording to a planjuade by Lou s H. Pilie; surveyor,
dated April —, 1872. The iinpioveiuents consist ot
a one story brick cottage residence known aa No.
131 St. Louis street, with two-story brick back
buildings, all under slate roof, and containing alto
gether about ten morns, closets, etc., yard paved,
hydrant, cistern, etc , the whole in very good order
and repair.
2. Twenty-five shares of the capital sto k of the
People's Bank of New Orleans, of $50 a share (fuA
paid).'
3. Ten shares of the capital stock of the Mechan
ics and Traders' insurance Company, ou which
$ 10 a share has been paid.
4 Three certificates of the Star Mutual Insur
ance Company—say No. 27 for $20, No. 130 for $5t*.
and No. 184 for $10.'
5. One lot of doubtful and bad accounts, amount
ing in the aggregate to about $1380, as per inven
tory on file.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
Act of sale before Joseph.Cohn, notary, at the
expense of the purchaser, including the stamps
and the taxes for the current year 1872.
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VALUABLE COTTAGE PROPnRTIES.
FOUR DOUBLE TENEMENT COTTAGE EOCSEfc
•CORNER OF PERDIDO AND GALVEZ STREETS.
IN THE MATTER OF DEAN VS. DBAN
WITHOUT RESERVE AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans—
No. 3164.
B Y NASH d: HODGSON, W. L HODGSON,
Auctioneer—Office No. 170 Gravier etrest-—Ox.
SATURDAY, April 20, 1872, at twelve o'clock M.,
at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, by virtu*?
and iu pursuance of an order of the Hon.' Qbairlee
Leaumont, Judge of the Fifth District Court for
the parish of Orleans, dated April 4, 1872, docket
No. 3164, in the matter of Catherine Dean vs. Rob
ert 4>eau, for a partition and division of interests,
at public auction, without reserve, will be sold—
1. ONE LOT OF GROUND, together with tbe
buildings and improvements thereon, situated in
tbe First District, of this city, in tbe square bound
ed by Gravier, Perdido. Galvez and Johnson streets,
which forms the comer of Galvez and Perdido
streets, is designated as No. 9, and measures 29 feet
5 inches frout on Perdido street, by a depth and
front on Galvez street of 120 feet, between parallel
lines. The improvements consist of a well-built
double tenement frame slate roof cottage,
containing two rooms ou each side, With double
kitchen in the rear, cistern, privies, yard paved,
etc.
2. THREE LOTS OF GROUND, with the buildings
and improvements thereon, situated iu the First
District of this city, in the square hounded by
Galvez, Johnson, Perdido and Poydras streets, des
ignated as Nos. 14. 15 and 16, which adjoin each
other, and measure as follows, to wit: Lot No. 14
measures 33 feet 5 lines front on Perdido street, by
a depth and frout on Galvez street of 120 feet, of
which two streets it forms the corner. Lots Nos.
15 and 16 adjoin lot No 14. and measure each 33
feet 1 inch front on Perdido 6treet. by a depth of
120 feet, all between parallel lines, to be sold sep
arately. The improvements ou lots Nos. 14'autl 15
consist of a double tenement frame house, with
two rooms on each side ou each lot, cistern, priv
ies, etc. On lot No. 16 there is a w ell built double
tenement slate roof frame house, with two rooms
and a kitchen on each side, cistern, privies, etc.
3 ONE LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, con
tained in tbe residence on the northeast corner oi
Galvez and Perdido streets, as per inventory on tile.
Terms—Cash in United States treasury notes.
Acts of 6ale before O. Morel, notary, at the
expense of the purchasers, including the stamps .
and the taxer for the current year, 1872.
aplO 13 16 18 20
By Hoffman, Marks & Co.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
FANCY GOODS, RIBBONS. LACES, PARASOL3.
HOSIERY,
SHELVING, STORE FIXTURES, ETC.
B y hoff.yian, marks & co.-alex
Levy, Auctiouer.—Will tm eolil, on MONDAY.
April 22. at 10 o'clock A. SI., at fiton- No. 149 Cana,
street, bv order of tlie official assignee—
THE ENTIRE STOCK IN TRADE OF JAMF.S
RY BACK, in bankruptcy, consisting of fancy goofis.
rich assorted ribbons gloves, corsets, Iiamlker
chiefs, trimmings, cloaks, pearl anil silk buttons,
fine parasols, bair nets, fancy sets, black and width
laces, sbirt fronts, hosiery, taticy work boxes, etc,
ALSO,
SHELVING*, SHOW CASES and GAS FIXTURES.
The above without any reserve whatever. By
Order of tlie official assignee. ap!2 ~
ASSIGNEES' SALE.
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, EATS, CM.
BRELLAS, TRUNKS. VALISES,. SHELVINGS,
SAFif, COUNTERS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
B y hoffyian, marks & c«-a
LEVY, Auctioneer—Salesroom No. 38 Chartres
street.—On THURSDAY, April 18 and FRIDAY.
April 19. at ten © clock A. M., will be sold by order
of the official assignees—
THE ENTIRE STOCKS IN TRADE of Messrs. Davis
Si Jackson, in haukrup'ey.
THURSDAY, April IS. sale to take place at whole
sale store No. 102 Gravier street. The stock com
prises a fine assortment of fine Cassimere Suite,
Cloth and Cassimere Frocks aud Sacks, Business
Coats, Cassimere, Doeskin. Satinets, Jeans, Drills,
Duck and Cottonade Pants, Cassimere aud Mar
seilles Vests, etc.
Also, Shelvings, Counters, Safe and Office Fern:
ture.
On FRIDAY, April 19. at their retail store, No.
21*0 Poydras street—
THE' ENTIRE STOCK IN TRADE, consisting of a
regular assortment for city retail trade, comprising
an assortment of Clothing, Furnishing Goooe,
Trunks, Valises, Hats, Safe, Counter* and Office
Furniture, etc. ,
The above without any reserve wnatever. By
order of the official assignees. apt
By Eugene Toume.
SECOND DISTRICT PROPERTY.
SUCCESSION OP ETIENNE CHARLES, ALIjiJS
BRICK, AND PELAGIS LE BLANC, HIS WIFE—
No. 34.965.
B Y EUGENE TOURNE, AUCTIONEER.—
SATURDAY. April 20, 1872. at twelve o'clock M.
at tbe Merchants aud Auctioneers' Exchange, «•*
Royal street, between Canal and Cnstomhooee,
will be sold, by virtue of and in pursuance to an
order from the Hon. L. Duvignaud. Judge of tbe
Second District Court tor the parisli of Orleans,
dated March 15,1872. for account of said succession—
A LOT OK GROUND, with the buildings and jra
nrovements thereon, situated in the Faubourg
Pontchartram or St. John, in the Second Distr ict of
this cit\f, and designated by the No. 3 ou a plar
drawn by L. Bringier. Surveyor General, on the
twenty-fourth September, 1834. deposited in tbe
office of H. Pedesclaux, tneu a notary public in this
city; said lot having, iu American measure. 42 feet
8 inches and 4 lines front on St. John street, the
same width in the rear, by a depth of 87 feet 1$
inches and 6 lines on one side, aud 92 feet s inebe
and 5 lines oi* the other side.
Also, ANOTHER PORTION OF GROUND,
ing the above described in the rear, measuring
37 feet aud 1 line on Washington street, by a
depth ot 21 feet 6 inches on one side and 33 feci ox
the other side.
Terms—One-half cash, and the balance in note:*
or coupons, as ordered by the administrator of the
succession, secured by special mortgage on the
property sold, bearing .nterest at the rate of eight
per cent per annum from date until paid, with the.
clause of fire per cent attorney's fees in case oS
non-payment of said notes or coupons on
amount to be recovered by legal proceedings. Tbi
purchaser to insure the property against fire to Ur*
amount of said notes, and the policy of insotaece
transferred to tbe eaid administrator.
Acts of sale before Theodore Guyol, notary
lie, together with the revenue stamps, at to* es
pense of purchasers. mb fy 29 a vl2

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