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smzRIFF SALIS.
The Merchants' Mutual Insurance Comn
pany of New Orleans vs. the Mechaulnts and
Agri iltural Fair Association of Louisiana
Joseph Hernandez. James I. Day and Luth
er Holmes. assignoes.
IXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
lab of Orleans. No ens -Iy virtue of a writ
0 fieri tacias, to me tirected by the Honorable
the Sixth District Court for the tarish of Or
leans in the above vntiled cause, will proceed
to sell at public auction at the Merchants' and
Auctioneer' Je chnnge, iloyal street, between
anar and "usiolnhouae streetr in the Secthond
oiuotri of this city on Fllri hY, May eleventh
1B77. at 12 o'clock in., the folowing described
Tro erms--C s t o n Hwit H :AN
ilVE h BONUi4 of the Mechanics' and Ag
rioultural Fair Association ot Louisiana. let
ityre A and nm eved t n reaectv v sity-seven
aixty-nine, sevenvety svlt-fO.svnyto
svn-treand 'seventy-four, each for the
sum of ne thousand dollars. with f ity con
bone of forty dollars each attached. -Sald honda
aedtdNworleans, June first, 15117, and pay
dab twedt New after date and paraphed ' ne
varfetur," t Edward B~arnett, I at, a zpAtry pub.
lie in this cit
AND ON 1 BOND of abovesald association
lettered 4. number one hundred and tacaty
o ,frtesm of five hundred dollars. dated
Ne OrleansJune first. 1871, and paraphed "tie
varietur" by said late notary Barntett, with forty
cou pone of twe'nty dollars Peah attached. Said
bonds pa able twenty years after date.
81sized in the above suit.
Terms--Cash on the s Dot.
THO MAS II. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ty'e tnytt 11
Auguste Ganuter vs. liad. 3 Dorieceurt.
F IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. 8o78.-By virtue of a writ I
of seizure and sale to me directed by the Honor- I
able the Fifth District Court for the parish of
Orleans. in the above entitled cause. I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchauts
and Auctioneers' iEehange, Royal street, be
tween Canal and Customhouse streets in the I
Becond Distri t of this city, on MONDAL, April
80,1877. at 12 oclock t., the following described I
Ar O ,oAI LOT OF GROUND with the
buildings and improvements thereon situated
in the iecond iistriet of this city, in the sqlutre I
comprised within Royal. Nt. Louis, Bourbon and
Oonti streets, metsuring French measure ilfty
feet front on Royal stroet by a depth of one hun
dred and ninetin fcct nine inehes, bounded on
theside nearest to Mt. Louis strcet by a proterty
formerly b longing to Nicholna Cirod, and on
the side nearest to tConti street by a property
formerly belonging to Martin Gordon. Bieing
the same property the defendant herein ac
quired by purchase front the succession of her
deceekied mother, Henri-to Dreoux, wife of Au
guste Caudreau, No. 58.240 of the docket of the
l~cond District Court for this ptarish, per act of
sale executed before Chas. T. hinint. a notary
public in this city, on the 27th day of January,
Beized in the above stilt.
Terms-Cash on the tNot.
'I'HO fAtO H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans.
mh2s ap 14 30
SUCCESSION NOTICES.
Succession of Augustine Porche, Widow
of Charles Porec.
,SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAW
iah of Orleans-No. 38,892-Notice is hereby
given to the ereditoirs f thiis estate and to all other
persons hereit interesttedt to show cause within
ten days from the present notification, if any
they have or cnn why the account presented by
E. T. Parker. Putblec Administrator, and admin
istrator of this estate, should not be homologated
and approved, and ths funds distributed in ae
oordanu-e therewith.
My ordtr of the Court,
ap202t 31) JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
$ud~ession of Mrs. Augusta CI. owewt..
SECONI) DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
arish of Orlinns-No. I9 4t0t-Whereas.
jas. AMtttfford h~as petit tottoti the Couttrt. for litters
of administration on the estate of the late Mrs.
Augusta. U. 1tuwlis. diceased, intestate. Notice
is Iterebty givetn to itit whomte it, tiony etoncerti.to
show tause within tin days why the prayer of
the said petitioner should not be grunted.
Bly orider itf the Court,
a121 24 to* JOHN HERBFRT. Clerk.
Succession of F. Pinchard.
CECOND DISTRIC I COlTET FOR THE
k,,parish 'of Orleans-No. 39,324-Notice Is
herby given to the creditors of this est ito and
to all other puersotns heretn Interested, to show
cause within ten days from the present notifica
.tion, 1f,,satY they have ut can, way W~e neat
'oastrrasuentod by Wm. F. Pinckard, admin
istrator of this estate, should not be homolo
gated and approved, and the funds distributed
In accordance therewith.
By order of the Court.
ap29tmy4O JOHN HERBERT, C'erk.
Succession of Salvatore sourdano, alias
Georgc Lawson.
QECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
"- parish of Orleans-No. 39 415-Whereas, Sal
vadore D'Amico has petitioned the Court for let
ters of administration on this estate, 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.
Dy order of the Court.
apR) 281 myi* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
*uccession of Peter Patterson.
I ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
I'S ish of Orleans-Nos. 38 657 and a8 738-Notice
is hereby given to the creditors 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 Helen Patterson admin
btratrix of this estate, should not be homolo
grated and approved, and the funds distribu
ted in accordance therewith.
By order of the Court.
ap2S 28 my4 JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Succession of Robert Huy@he.
ýECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
º- of Orleans-No. e.'29s-Notice is hereby given
to the creditors of this estate and to all other
persons herein interested to show cause within
ten days from the present notification, it any
they have or can, why the account presented by
W. O. Denegre, testamentary executor of this
estate, should not be homologated and ap
proved, and the funds distributed in accord
ance therewith.
By order of the court,
ap2e my27 JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Succession of Jean Cazebonne.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
of Orieans-No. 8s,9s8-Notice is hereby given
to the creditors 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
Jean Mon Soubiraa. and Jean Tuheil and
widow Jean Cazebonne. testementary executors
and executrix, of the deceased, should not be
homologated and approved, and the funds dis
tributed in actor ance therewith.
By order of the Court.
ap27 mys 6* JGHN HERBERT. Clerk.
CONSTABLE SALES.
Henry Weber vs. P. G. Deslonde.
IIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans-No. 12,954-By virtue of a
writ of Loen facius t. me directed by the honor
able the Sixth Justice of the Peace for the par
ish of Orleans. I will proceed to sell at public
auction at my warehouse. No. 192 Josephine
street Fourth District, on MONDAY, the thir
16teh iay of April 1777 at to o'clock, a. m.:
One lot of line IEUItNITUltE.
One fine BRUSSEL8I &IRPET and MATTING.
One lot of valuable BOOKS.
One MOCKING Bf IR) and CAGER, etc.
As per inventory tiled in my office.
DANI EL O'LEARY,
constable of the Sixth Justice's Court for the
parish of Orleans. s api lt*
D'Oche vs. Frank G. Schelin.
THIRD JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR'
ish of Orleans. No. itci-By virtue of a writ
of Seri facias to me directed by the Hon. John
L. Lareache, third justice of the peace for the
parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause.
I will proceed to sell at public auction, on the
premises No. a: Peters, between Customhouse
and Bienville strestý. in the Second District of
this city, on SATURU AY, May 5, 1877, at 12
o'clock M.
SIX IRON STRAPPED BLOCKS.
Mezed in the above suit.
Terms-Cash os the spot.
THOMAN J. BUCKLFY.
alsi 28 myn* Constable.
BUY YOUR HATS
-PRM
C. O. D. HAT STORE,
No. 26S0. Charles St., near Common.
All the latest styles in Men's Boys' and Chil
dren's HATS and CAPS, FttONKS, TRAVEL
ING BAGS and UMBRELLAS. ap29 3m Su2p I
TUDIOIAIe ADYftIEMMENT8.
E. Levy vs. 1. Hahn.
FOUlRTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans-No. 44,481-BY virtue of
a writ of flen faeias. to me directed by the hon
orable the Fourth District Court for the parish
of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will
pruceeid to sell at public auction on the prom
ises hereinafter designated. on TftEi4lAY, May
sigh h, 1877. at 16'; a 'look, a. in., the following
dletcribed property, to wit:
TolE tr ODd. MIhO HANDISE. and mova
ble property in the promises of defendant. sit
uated at No. 379 Drryades street. as per invon
tore which may be seen in my office.
Heazod in the alto o suit.
Terms-tashontTHOMAS It HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ap27 my3 8
Blaize Pradlel, Sr. vs. Blaize Pradel, Jr.
1IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
'ish of Orleans, No. 70tr-By virtue of a
writ of flen facitis directed by the honorati e
the Fifth DistrietO.urt for the parish of Orleans,
in the above entitled cause to Eugene W . ii
man, late Sheriff, and by said late Sheriff to me
transferred, I will proceed to sell at public aue
tion, at the Merchants' and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets. in the Second District of this
city, on HATi RBAY, May twelfth, 1877, at 12
o'clock m.. the following described property,
to-wi' :
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated
in the Fourth District of this city, in square
number five known as "Brickyard square,"
bounded by haronne, Felicity, Mt. Andrew and
Carondelet streets, as per pl in number twenty
nine, in the book of plans of T. G. Beck, late a
notary public in this city, per an'ther plan ptar
aphe by Hugh Madden, late a notary publie
in this city to identify it with an act passed be
fore him on the twenty-eighth of Ja-uary
1t64. deposited in his office. Said lot
measures thirty-four f-et two inches two lines
front on Baronne street, by a depth of one hun
dred and twenty-five feet, between parallel
lines Acquiredby the defendant herein from
0. II, Cornll, by act passed before W. J. (nas
tell, a notary public in this city, on the sixth of
April, 1870.
eitzed in the above suit.
Terms-l his being the secoid and last ane
tion. the sail tiroperty will bie detinit" I - adjudi
caten to thi ii ighest and lnst bidder, for what it
will bring, at twelve months'credit, the pur
-hiser furnishing bond, with good and solvent
security, iearing five per cent interest per
annum from date, and spieial mortgage on the
property sold until final payment. Maid pur
chaser will have to deduct and pay in cash the
printing, sheriff's, clerk's fees, etc., which
amount to about one hundred and sixty-flvo
dollars. and iurthermore. the mtate, parish and
mcnii pal taxes, the amount of which is not yet
ascrttined. THOWAS If. HANDY,
Civil Pheriff of the Parish of Orl-ans.
apOl my312
Arthur Ilenis vs. George W. Whitney.
FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
- ish of Orleans, No. 7st.-By virtue of a writ
of flen fadias to me direct'd by the honorable
the Fifth District Court for the parishof Orleans
In the above entitled cause, I will proceed to self
at publie auction atthe Merchants' and Auction
eers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and
Customhouse streets, in the Second District of
this city, on FRIDAY. May fourth, 1877, at 12
o'clock m., the following described property, to
wit
ALL AND SINGULAR A SQ ARE OF
GROUND, together with all the appurtenances,
the rights, ways, privileges. servituies and de
pendenciis situated in the Sixth District of this
city, doeignated by the number 27, bounded by
. Live Oak, Calhoun, and Magazine streets and
Henry Clay Avenue, which square contains 24
lots, numbered from 1 to 24 inclusive, and meas
ures t)e feet 11 inches 4'u lines front on Live
Oak street, 284 feet I inches 7 lines front on Cal
houn street, $e3 feet 0 Inches 6 lines front on
Magazine str et. and 284 feet 7 inches front on
Henry Clay Avenue. Being the same property
acquired by the defendant herein from the suc
cession of A. R. Whitney, by nat passed before
P. Charles Cuvellier. late a notary public in this
eity, on the 28th of April. 1873.
Selzed in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
r HOMAS IH. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ap3 17 my4
Mrs. M. Leray vs. Mrs. P. F. 'aufout, per
sonally and as tutrix.
FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE J
parish of Orleans, No. 44,387.-By virtue of e
a writ of seizure and sale to me directed by the i
honorable the Fourth District Court for the par
ish of Orleans in the above entitled cause I will
p'ee, ed s,, eo ,.t public action, at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exc onge' iloyejetreet. 0
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the t
Second District of this city, on FRIDAY, May I
4, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following described 3
proptert' tn-wit:
ACEItTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the Second District of this city. in the t
square comprised within Miro. Tonti. St. Philip V
and Ursulines streets, making part of lot de- t
signated by the number live on a plan made by
Louis H. Pille, late surveyor of this city, dated
the seventeenth day of January, 18i9, and de
posited in the office of E. Bouny, notary public
in this city; said portion of ground measures
in American measure, sixteen feet front on
Miro street, seventeen feet two inches seven and
a half lines in width in the rear, seventy-six
feet tour inches one line in depth on the line
which divides it from lot number four, and sev
enty-one feet two inches in depth on the line
which divides it from the balance of lot number
five. The said portion of ground above de
scribed is the part nearest to St. Philip street of
lot number five. Together with all the build- 1
ings and improvements thereunto belonging or
in anywise appertaining. without any exception
or reservation. Being the same property noe
outred by purchase by the late Pierre Francois
Caufout from Edward H. Lehman. on the t
eighteenth of May. 1868, per act passed before
Onesiphore Drouet, a notary public in this city.
The said Pierre Francois Caufout departed this
life in this city intestate, therefore leaving said
property to his children for one-half and the s
other half belonging to his said wife, with whom
he was in community of property, as will more ý
fully appear, reference being had to the Second l
District Court, bearing the number thirty-eight
thousand three hundred and fifty-three.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-This being the second and last auc
tion, the said property will be definitely adjudi
cated to the highest and last bidder for what it
will bring, at twelve months' credit, the pur
chaser furnishing bond, with good and solvent
security, bearing eight per cent interest per an
num from date, and special mortgage on the
property sold until final payment. Said pur
chaser will have to deduct and pay in cash the
printing, sheriff's and clerk's fees etc. which
amount to about one hundred and thirty dollars;
and furthermore. the State parish and munici
pal taxes, the amount of which is not yet ascer
tamned, THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ap17 26 myt
G. M. Rayly & Pond vs. Isuac Cohen.
SIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
k Parish of Orleans, No. 8484-By virtue of a
writ of lien facias, to me directed by the
honorable the Sixth District Court for the
Parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause,
I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the
Merchants' and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal
street. between Canal and Customhouse streets.
in the Second District of this c y, on WEDNES
DAY; May ninth, 1577, at 12 oclock m., the
- following described property to wit:
ONE CEI1PAIN PROMIS6ORY NOTE, in
words and figures iS follows, to wit:
EgLLow BAYOU, Anug
$ 4128 05 January 21, 1876 1
B Ninety days after date I promise to pay to
- Isaac Cohen or order the sum of four hundred
and twenty-eight dollars alol five cents, for value
received, and charge samo to my account.
Acceptance waived. WH. H. TODD.
(Signed) TDD
To Messrs. Jurey & GCils, New Orleans. La,
Endorsed:
(Sgned) ISAAC COHEN.
B Seized in the above ertt
Terms-Cash on T OAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ap2smy49
t Peter Marcy vse Spencer Field.
OURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans, No. 44,448-Bv virtue of a writ
of teri facias to me dle eted by the honoralle
e the Fourth District Coiitrt for the parish of Or
l-ans, in the above entititCel cause, will proce~d
2to) sell at public auction' on the premises here
2inafter do ignaic, en w EDNE-D AY, May nine
1877. at toul o'cloek a. m., )the following described
property, to writ- teIae rm
ALL THE PROPERTY on the leased prem
ises in the i'ifth District of this city, known as
the Ship Yard of Salter ,& Marcy, viz:
Office and store-rno n-slate-roof, shed shingle
roof, cypress frame: Pitch Kettle and Iron Fur
nace. Steam Box Boil r and lBrick Furnace,
sutndry Lumber, say 30&) feet Oak, 35141 feet Pine;
sundry Pine and Cyprstss left in shed: Black
s smith Shop and Tool 5J'lop. two Grindstones.
Wharves, Spiles. etc. Tht5 whle as per inven
tory on file.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the s>c t.
Tlt'OlAt;. H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of tike parilh of Orleans.
ap28"my4 9
JUDIOIAL ADYfMlTBSMEITS.
31(33I11 SALES.
H. oeneselln vs. Matte Meiet, widow, etc.,
etal.
tIFTH DISTRICT COURT OE THE PAR
Iish of Orleans-No. 108.-By virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale to me directed by the Honor
able the Fifth District .Court for the parish of
Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants'
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, be
tween Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District of this city, on FRIDAY, May
4. 1877, at 12 o'clock 'n., the following described
TWo LOTS OF GROUND, together with all
the buildings and improvements thereon, cir
eumstances and appurtenances thereof, and all
the rights, privileges, servitudes thereto be
longing or in anywise appertainitg, situated
in the First District of this city, desig
nated by the numbers nineteen and twenty
on a plan drawn by Joseph Piles, late
surveyor, on the first of May. 1840, and
deposited in the olfice oft D. L. McCay. late a
notary public in this city, and also on a sketch
annexed to an a t passed beford Il. G. Gotts
chalk, late a notary public in this city, on the
uirttieth June, 1801; said sketch made by A. 0
Blanchard, deputy surveyor, and dated third
June, 1812, which two lots of ground form part
of square No. twenty-eight, comprised within
Common, Prieur, Palmyra and Roman streets,
and measure, English measure, as follows, to
wit: Lot number nineteen, formi,'g the corner
of Common and Prienur streets, measures twen
ty-seven feet five inches and two lines front on
said Comm n street, by one hundred and thirty
feet and five lines deep on the line fronting on
Prieur street, and one hundred and twenty-five
feet nine Inches deep on the other side line
towards Roman street, and twenty-seven feet
wide in the rear.
AND LOT NUMBER TWENTY measures
twenty-seven feet five inches and two lines
front on said Common street, one hundred and
twenty-five feet nine inches deep on the line dl
ttding It from lot number nineteen, toward
Prteur street, one hundred and twenty feet three
inches anl1 two lines deep on the other side line.
and twenty-seven feet wide in the roer, being
the same property acqutred by the defendants
herein by purchase from Wm. Kluto. by act
passed before said late notary, E.G. Gottschalk,
Ott the titird of April 1ai7.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on tite spot.
'lITHMAS H. HANDY,
Civ 1 Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
apI 17 my4
Julius Nitche va. Samuel Hleyem.
1 RFTH DISTR ITCOURT FAR THE PARISH
of Orleans-No. asit-By virtue of a writ of
ieni ftelaa, to me directed by the honorable the
Fifth Dist: let Court for the parish of Orleans,
in the above entitled cause, I will proceed
to sell at public auction, at the Merchants' and
:uotion eers' Exchange, Royal street, tetween
Canal and Customtoise streets, in the Sec
und District of this city, pn TUESDAY. May
twenty-second, 1877, at 12 o clock m., the follow
ing described property, to wit
THREE LOTlS OF GROUND, in the Fourth
District of this city. in the square bounded by
iabihth, Ninth, Constance and Magazine streets.
bet g lots numbers eight, nine and ten, adjoin
ing each other, and measuri g thirty-one feet.
six Inches on Eighth street, by sixty-four feet,
more or less in depth, lot number ten forming
the corner of Eighth and Constance streets.
Seized in the above stit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOS. H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans.
apit) myt 22 __
Turner Wilson & Co. vs. W. W. Noatne
et ale.
'FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
. parish of Orleans-No. 8914-By virtue of a
writ of flen faelas against Mrs. L U. Frierson to
mue directed by the honorable the Fourth Dis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cause. I will pro-eed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants' and Auction
ocrs' Exchange, Royal street., between Capal
and Customhouse streets3 in the Second Dis
trit of this city, on T'UiEHDAY, May twenty
second, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.,. the following
(lesertbe'I property, to wit:
ALLdTHE RIGHT, TTLE AND INTEREST
of defendant herein. Mrs. L. C. Frierson, to
and in the following described property. being
the undivi'ted half Interest thlrein arisi'.g from
the legal community of acnuest and gains ex
Isting between her and her husband, the late
Wm.J. Frierson, at the time of his death, to
wit:
A CERTAIN LOT OR PORTION OF GROUND
situate i in the Fourth District of this eitye in
the square which is comprised within Jackson,
Josephine, Chestnut and Colisenm streets,
f measurin sixty fee'. front on Jackson street by
a depth of one hundred and twenty feet between
. parallel lines, commencing at a point sixty fee'
I from the corner of Jackson and Chestnut
atrsota, whkbh asict lot. is compoased of the whetp
of tot number four and a part of lots numtters
three and five, according to a plan drawn by
Hugh Grant, late surveyor, dated thirtieth
I March, 1840, ac utired by tlu late William J.
Frierson from Henry C. Tunper. of Canton.
- Mi-s., by act passed on the sixth of June. 1575,
before T. O.Stark, late a notary rublic in this
city, together with all the buildings and im
- provements thereon, rights, ways, etc., apper
tamning to said portion of ground.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ap 233 my5 22
rip t' iuyo z
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Trigw vi. Byron M.
Pond. her husband. ti
FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE y
parish of Orleans-loo. 44,379-By virtue of
a writ of fit-r faclas, to me directed by the hon
orable the Fourth District Court for the parish
of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will
proceed to sell at public ace ion, at the Mer
chants' and Au tioneers' Exchange, Royal -
street, between Canal and Customhouse strech',
in the c cond District of this city. on TUES
DAY, May twenty-second, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.,
the folowi detied property to wit:
ACERTAIN TATOt'0 GaOU[ND. together
with the buildings and improvements thereon,
rights ways, privileges and servitudes there
unto belonlng or In anywise apprtaining.
situated in the Fourth District of this city, in the
square bounded by Eighth. Harmony. Prytania
and St. Charles streets. designated by the num
ber eight of square number one hundred, on a
plan drawn by Moelhausen, late surveyor, dated -
tb' fourth day of M y, 1844, and deposited in the
ftles of L. H rmann, late a notary public in
this city, according to which plan said lot meas
ures thirty-five feet, more or less, on Eighth
street, thirty feetthree inched an I three lines.
more or Ilss on Harmony street, by a depth of
one hundred and forty-one feet on the side to
ward Prytanla street, and one hundred and
thirty-seven feet seven inches and five lines on
the opposite side line, more or less. Being the
same property which the defendant herein ac
quired by purchase from the succession of
Henry H. Miller and wife, as per act dated
April first, 1872, before J. Bendernagel. notary
public, in this city. Conveyance office. book
one hundred and two, folio two hundred and
eighteen. Mortgage office, book ninety-four,
folio four hundred and eleven.
teiz-d in the above suit.
Terms-Cash onTheO A H. HANDY
Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans.
ap20 myI 522
A. B. Seger vs. South ,r. Mutual Gas Light
Company.
F IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans-No. 7860-By virtue of a writ
of Cori facias. to me directed by the Honorable
th- Fifth District Court for the parish of Or
leans. In the above entitled cause I will proceed
to sell at public auction, at the Merchants' and
Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets in the Second
District of this city, on TUESDAY, May eighth.
1877, at 12 o'clock in.. the following described
T W E LOTS OF GROUND, with all the
improvements thereon, situated In the Fifth
District of this city, in square number fifteen
bounded by ChestLut, Honer, Vallette and
Newton streets, designated as number one
to eleven inclusive, and number twenty-two,
and measuring as follows, to wit: Lot num
ber one, thirty-two feet one inch and five
in's front on Chestnut street by one hun
dred and twenty feet in depth. Lots two,
three, four, seven, eight and nine, each thirty
two feet five lines front on Chestnut street, by
one hundred and twenty feet in depth. Lots
five and six each thirty-two feet five lines front
on Chestnut street. by one nundred and thirty
seven feet five inches and four lines In depth
Lot number ten has thirty-two feet five lines
front on Chestnut street, by one hundred and
twenty feet in depth Lot number eleven has
thirty-four feet nine inches and two lines front
on Newton street, by one hundred and twenty
eight feet ten inches and five lines in depth, and
lot number twenty-two has thirty-five feet nine
inches and two lines front on Homer street. by
one hundred and twenty-eight feet ten inches
and one line, all between parallel lines. Ameri
can measure. Lot number one forming the
corner of Homer and Chestyt reets. and said
lot number ten the corner or Newton and
Chestnutstreets.
Being the same property acquired by the
Southern Mutual Gas Light Company, by pur
chase from Milkenstadt & Co., per act before
Edward Barnett late a notary public in this
city, dated thirteenth October. 1872.
Set ed in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the s ot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans.
ap6 24 my8
SOLD . UAST MONTHLY PAYMENTS!
SAVE#O.
LIRAND PRIZE
---+++ AND*N .
CENITENNIAL EXPQOSITION18Z.7
AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Its competitors receiving only an award for some special feature of their machines.
'The World-renowned Wilson Shuttle Seving Machine
Has Unlimited Capacity to do all kinds of Family Sewing and Manufacturing,
ITS PATENT AUTOMATIC "CUT OFF" on the hand wheel prevents the ma
chine from running backwards, and obviates the necessity of taking the work
from the machine to wind thread on the bobbins, which must be done with all
other Sewing Machines, to the great annoyance of the operator, especially in
tucking, hemming and ruffling. It does one-third more work in a given length
of time than any other Sewing machine.
WITH EVERY MOTION of the FOOT the MACHINE MAKES SIX STITCHES.
Thin Willa vacbiusi will do a mach work in mne day a four other Machine.
It requirps no special Instructions to use it; an Illustrated Direction Book is
furnished with each machine,
IT CANNOT GET OUT OF ORDER, AND THE ADJUSTMENTS ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT.
A properly executed Certificate is furnished with each machine, guaranteeing
to keep it in repair, free of charge, for five years. Machines sold on easy
terms of payment, and delivered, free of charge, at any Railroad Depot in the
United States where we have no Agents.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Aw Agents Wanted.
For full particulars call or address
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.,
189 Canal Street, NEW ORLEANS.
FITS EPILEPSY,
-oR- (
FALLING SICKNESS, N
PERMANENTLY CURED-NO HUMBUG-BY
ONE MONTH'r8 USE OF DR. GOULARD'S CELE- w
BRATED INFALLIBLE FIT POWDERS. To at
convince sufferers that these powders will do all
we claim for them. we will send them by mail, E
POST PAID, a FREE TRIAL BOX. As Dr. E
Goulard is tho only physician who has ever made
this disease a special study, and as to our knowi- s,
ed go thousands have been PERMANENTLY
CURED by the use of these POWDERS, WE t
WILL GUARANTEE A PERMANENT cure in rc
every a 55e or REFUND YOU ALL MONEY L
EXPENDED. All sufferers should give those
powders an early trial, and be convinced of tr
their curative powers.
Price, for large box, $3, or four boxes for $10. al
sent by mail to any pait of the United States or
Canada on receipt of price, or by express C. O. D. a
Address. ASH & BOBBINS, a
NO Fulton street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
9
C
CONSUMPTION
Positively Lured. r
All sufferers fromthisdissasewhoiireanxious tob'ue1hudty R ISE' EE
BRATED CONSUMPT1 E POWDERS. These
powders are the oniy ypreparation known that
will cure CONSUMPTION and all diseases of the
THROAT AND LUNGS-Indeed, so strong is C
our faith in them, and also to convince you that
they are no humbug. we will forward to every
sufferer, by mail, post paid, a FREE TRIAL
lBOX.
We don't want your money until you are li
perfectly satisfied of their curative powers, a
If your life i worth saving, don't delay in giving
these POWDERS a trial, as they will surely cure
you.
Price, for large box $l, sent to any part of the
United States or Canada by mail on receipt of
price. Address ASH & ROBBINS,
apig ly 311 Fulton street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
PREMIUM BONDS
ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE IN
r BUMS TO SUIT,
1ZrzoZEicoa..as
LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS
' Purchased by A. LsMORE.
ap21 No. 5 Gallier Court.
B UNDERTAKERS.
CRAS. 0. JONES. JOHN G. BOCHE,
Formerly with Frank Johnson.
JONES & ROCHE,
250 and 262 Magazine st.. near Delord.
' Undertakers and Embalmers.
All business entrusted to the firm will receive
If prompt and careful attention at moderate rates.
d arriags to hire. 1828 1?
d P. 0. FAZENDE,
Stock, Note and Bond
BROKER.
It
e OFFICE-No. 175 COMMON STREET.
tj mhn tf
n LEEDS' FOUNDRY.
d [ESTABLISHED IN 1825.1
d
Cowmer Delord anl Foeoher streets,
h NEW ORLEANS.
We arepreoared to manufacture
0 8TEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR Kmrr
DRAININxG MACEINES, SAW ILIA,
orT'roiy PaRssES NLEWELL oW,
°: GQi GEARING, FURNACE B1 se,
GRATE BAGS, J3neo]Ps GOVERNORs,
Is and all kinds of Plantation and Steamboat work.
it and every description of Macbh jf for the
F- South.&0.
I. mhas m dkw
Southern Shoe Factory
it OF JOHE HANSEN,
33 and 3s Canal street, New Orleans.
)y TO ALL SOUTHERN GITIZENS.
.I- I am of the same opinion as yourselves and
be am determined to help build up the manufac
id turing interest of our native State in order to
ºd help the laboring classes and keep the money,
which would othe go tothe North. at home.
ie About a year ago star'ted my Factory, and by
r- using the best material and paying my hands
ro promptly. I have been enabled to extend my
Lis business and support e00 women and children
that would have otherwise left the State. In
order still to increase my Factory, I would
earnestly call u on the merchants, not only of
the city, but of the whole country, to give me
their aid and encouragement. Come and me.
d014 iy JNO HANSEN.
RAILROADS.
--St
GREAT JACKSON ROUTE.
NNW ONLEAN S L D CHICAGO M
1L&IJJBOAII TINES.J
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS 0
will departand arrive as follows: from Calliope
street depot from March 25, 1877:
DEPART. &nrIVE.
Express No.1.6:30 p. m. I Express No. 2.11:20 a.m
Express No. 8.7:20a. m. Express No. 4. 6:40 a.m rt
Nos.1and 2 run daIly, a and 4 daily except
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago. Cal
ro and Milan, Tenn., without change, and for St.
Louis a sleeper is taken on at Milan, enabling
passengers to go through without leaving the o0
train.
Friday evening's train makes no connection
at Duquoin for Chic o.
Acmmodation trans between New Orleans
and McComb City:
Leave New Orleans 3:3o p. m. Saturday; 7:201
a. m. and 3:3o p. m. Sunday.
Arrive 9:15 a. m. and 9:2o p. m. Sunday. and
9:15 a. m. Monday
Tickets for sale and information Give at 2a
Camp street, corner Common. unden City Hotel.
I. D. .rVofT. eeneral Manager. *mug
THE NE O AND MOBILE RAIL
TD-- ILE LINE
THE GREAT TH GE ROUTE TO THJ
EAST. NORTH AND WEST. 7
Via Louisville via Atlanta an via St.soulB.
CARRYtNO THE U. S MAIL
Trains arrive and pepart from Dep.4. I lot of
Canal street, as follows:
DEPART. . A£311.
Express......:45 a. m. piress..-..11:25 a. m
Express......5:00 p. m. press......':56 p. mM
Pullman Palace Cars dqpy to lneinnati, Lou.
lasville. Nashville and St. Louis wihout change
and only one change to New Ifork and Eastern
cities,
Ticket Office. corne of Camp and Common
streets, opposite City ) otel.
stees on RB~ilNBON, Bu erintend'L.
mhs tt J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
LEON QUEYROUZIL OSCAR BOISL
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Greo s,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE,
At the Blue Stores.
Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets.
del4'761 ? New Orleans.
BENEFICIAL
TO
THE PUBLIC.
We. the undersigned Photographers in the
United States. do state and will bear testimony
that PICTURES made by
LAMBER1'S PATENIY PROCESSES
WILL
Never Fade or Change Their Colors
IN THE LEAST.
Also are otherwise in every respect mor artis
tic than those made by the old processes. w1itAb
ace bound to fade and become worthless.
SARONY..................... o r
W. RUBTZ.................New It rk.
LEON VAN LOO.............Claeluna-i.
.J. LANDY.............. Olaelar th
F. QUTEKUNST..........Pila bhta.
ALLEN & ROWELL............West.
C._ GENTILE & CO............Chicago.
C. . MOTES............Atlanta, Ga.
E. KLAUBER................Lelisvile.
RULO SON, President of the Photo
graphic Association of the United States
of America.........San Fracelse*, Cal.
D. H. ANDERNON......Richmnd, Va.
1t B3O. ILIENTHAL,
State of Loulslana.
And others. too numerous to mention.
THEO. LILIENTILAL,
121............ CANAL STREET ............121
few 3m
A Third of a Century.
J. B. VINET, with E. VINET.
CROCKERY, CHINA. GLASSWARE, ANE
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS.
Over thirty years' experience in the business,
New store and new goods.
201 Canal street, between Bargundy and
Rampart streets. fe7 17
INSURAJos MNoTICEs.
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY.
P1m UP Capital, $50,000.
130M TEN TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL
STATEMENT F0B 1878.
a ... se.437
T 606.ee TaxeWs
40... $$77,07 94
per cent .................. 6647 47-888766&!.
***ofS *** * th . * bye71, 00
tiated at thepir cash
00 value:
v on and 898,699 7,
ms in course of oolio
. 186,696 48IM
Divid edpaidoedt0k te urer e $68629a61
9u.an 1,1 uzpicatlllg Dle twenty pet
oeepa le 1
Dr
any i b s
N. Gomwrmn. Seretary. 1y
MUORANTW MUTUAL INSURAXO0 00
OF NEW 0211
0 .......... canal S .s............=e7
TWENTY-SNEOND ANNUAL STATSEMENT.
In conformity with the r06illtmente
charter the Mpay pal the o
statement:
Premiums reedived durine the year ending
May 61. 1676. Incl ng unearned premiums of
the previous year
On Fie iss ..«... ....».. . ....~l a
TOtalre n..m...s..... .....4. . p
On...ver ......«..............14.7 ..0
Net Eaned P qims 61st May. 1376...6864.912
On ire RisB .......... X3.911 6
On Nrn ks........ 66.7"422
On fiver was .......... ,. 13,40 73
51861 97
Taxes.........66.119261
Snsurance .and. keturned
re ums..( . !6,1d4 2A
- 11,* aS
Frost....,.» ....x...........u1.5 81
The Company have the
Real nst d. 1 ....... . 6 1V.
Nometesse snr o 51 6
Prem um course ofMlli2 assa...I, !.455
Ju ..~......160
Instate Born ................» 8980
Ina Stock Y n'ar ta 10Z 00
J~udgimeet on ora 0 .... 09!0
Cash onbaa...........................,. 66.831661
*1u64.7116!
The above statement is a li . true and cor
rect transcript from the books eompany.
PAUL OU ident.
0. W. NOTT. Secretary.
SlTATE0 IOVJL&
Paisf o OlenseCtyof8e Olens
Sw ihl1 rCt 1orn toand subsccribbsed beforew 3. the Id day
of Jne.187.JAME FAAE Notary Publio.
At a meeting of the Boardiof Directos Id
on the sad day of June, les itwu nnld t
NT nterest on their stonk,
DIRBcTOBB:
TWENTVENTH AL STATEM
EN.,
-or ms-"
OBMOCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE OOH.
PANT.
New Orleans. May 3. 18r8.
The trusti esaformity to the
charter. d i tr o~ n
amair of te d om yon
known ano un~
Taxes, epns, re
bate inle;o par
tialpation leinter
et iount. efa.... * ,y 11
Leaving, after sayiug
10 pr cant i......n.... sa .a
inriter on .omUitil
Leanson ho a ii..l. N *ll
o.h...................~. 61.8880o4- 158.8o81
..r .......s....................... lIMNU
bae.a nk adinnpa ohr tck:ue
Tkh s of thue a
On rfsoved That..166 a10e
L~rmsv. mas
TON. BALE.
A HANDSOME PLACE 01 TWO ACBEB front
on the beautiful river Teche. comprising 1s
acres of excellent, newly-fenced land, of which
so are admirably adapted to the oltaon of
sugar. cotton, or cornl the balance consisting
of a magnificent meadow in which the residence
- is situated. The whole property will be sold,
consisting of the land above mentioned, and a
residence, kitchen, cabins. stable. vegetable and
fruit gardens, and all necessary aurtgasa .
oThis offers an excellent opportunity to any one
O wishing to raise stoca, or to cultivate 1861o6 or
sugar on a small scale, there being a cottop ial
and sugar mill in the neighborhon.. ,his
i. property has never been dnundated. The
dwelling-house is comfortably furnished, and
will be sold with or without furniture.
For particulars address A. E. H., Postofflee
Box '53, New Orleans, felh

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