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!Jet each and all of our people cease talking politics go to work in earnest, live economical and use every effort to build up the country.--[East Feliolana Patriot (Dem.) The mail between this placenad Amite City is, to say the least a miserable failure. In pleasant weather, instead of making the connection daily, it often fails to reach here every other day, and after a rain very often but once a week. How long is this programme to con. tinue? The last mail which reaohed here was on Monday last, whclh brought city dates of only the 21st.-(East Fell clana Patriot-Democrat. We see that Bayou Plaquemine is completely blocked nup with oypress logs. It would be a wise thing for the sawmill men to unite and contribute to wards the digging of a canal through the shoal places and clearing out the stumps in the way of navigation or rather the moving of timber. The logs could then be kept further down the bayou and only brought up in small lots as needed.-[Iberville South. And thus has the dispute between rival governments been brought to an abrupt, decisive and peaceful termina tion the manner of which seems to por tend a softening of partisan rancor, the eternal ellmination of the color line from our politics, the formation of new parties upon less disturbing Issues, and. the prevalence of great harmony and goon feeling between the Various classes of the population.-[Donaldsonville 'hlef (Bep) Our parish prison is full of misera -bles,ehargod with numerous crimes and offenses, from murder down to the low est larceny, all of whom are unablb to give bond. Some have been there for nearly a year, the District Court failing in December, hence their long deten tion. It is to be hoped for humanity's sake thtithese poor creatures will have a hearing at once next week, and that they will be dealt with as the evidence and law direct, and that at least they may at least they may be from the miserable old hulk where they are dying by degrees.-[Mlinden Democrat. Gov. Nicholls has appointed the 10th last. as a day of thanksgiving and prayer for the happy termination of the political troubles which have weighed upon the people of the State for the past years. We presume this proclamation will be generally observed throughout the State by people of all olams1l and colors. Surely it commends itself more directly to all than the usual humdrum proclamations which usually emanate frpm the executives of the different States of the Union. Let it be observed with proper decorum by all people.- ctWeet Baton Rouge Sugar Planter (Bep.) We are proud to learn that some of our people who are not entirely wedded to cotton raising have turned their attention, to a certain extent, to the rals ing of fine hogs. Several persons in our parish have purchased extra breeds of 'hogs and are raising as fine porkers as can be found anywhere. We are glad to know this. We are anxious to see Our section of the State filled with fine stoOk of all kinds. Fine blooded ant mals will pay for the trouble of raising much better than common stock, and as soon as our people find this matter out and put their knowledge into prao tioal shape just so soon will they begin to prosper and realize the importanoe of securing the very best quality of at kinds of domestic animals.--[ Union Beo cord. This happy denouement of events will make the New Orleans Pacific es sentially a Louisiana road and the pride of the btate, and we congratulate the I able President of the road and its friends I everywhere upon the auspicious out look. We hope the dissatisfied tax layere of the city, who have impelded I tae progress of the road by a factious -opposition for a year past, will now gracefully yield to the inevitable, making a virtue of necessity, and noth- 1 Ing may occur from now on to mar the progress of an enterprise which will add more wealth to New Orleans and substantial benefits to the State at large, I than any which has ever been con celved.- [Mansfield Reporter. We would like to see this branch of t. industry (sheep raising) more extensive. ly engaged in in RBlchland parish, for we are satisfied that there is a great deal a more money in it than in cotton plant- a, ing, even with one-half the expense and personal attention. Just let some of our b, planters try the experiment. Of course re these is no money in buying a drove o of fine sheep and turning them out on 0 the range to die with the rot, or stray o off and be killed by dogs and wolves; but there is money in buying them, pro- ix Tiding them with pasture and shelters ta and having them constantly watched o over by a herdsman. One hand thus employed will produce more than three o employed in working in the cotton field, in our opinion.-[Richland Beacon. or Some Republicans and colored men d are still complaining. Why ? ( The Governor.is a liberal man. He is to true to his word. His appointments are st made acaording to the best programme m of conoiliation and justice. u Elected Governor by the Democratic it party, and owing no favors to these who d opposed him, yet he has appointed many Bepublicans and colored men to u important offices. Some Democrate os even say: Nicholls is going too far. Nicholls is not going too far. But it is a fact that your Kellogg has a, never appointed a single Democrat, and d that your Packard if Governor, would of not have selected Gentil and Gaudet as members of the School Board, as Nich. oils did with three or four of you. C Do not complain, friends.--(St. James b Louisianais. What we of the South want is a party of peace-a party unselfish and brave a party that will build up our waste places, and put us at least out of the danger of total destruction. Is the Democratic party prepared to do this? If so, we are ready to lead Its fortunes. The brains and manhood of the party is South, and they must be in the van. We want the Misasissippi levees. We want the Southern Paeciflo Ild: rad; we are going to have them. Our humble advice to our Southern Ben ators and Representatives is to keepi 'away from all ciucusee, h1 the bal-. .anIce of power and -Lake ..oalition where Sgood will come to ourseotloto. We have bad entirely too muoh "abstracs foll -tis 'South already for our goe. dI t-se Northern Democrait refuses what we ask, and what is simple lustice to our people, then we have no hesitanoy Ina *ay-g that they should at once acto with the other party in all matters that tend to ameliorate ouroondri~fn end ad vane. our prosperlty.--[atohitodob s a 'ladtto JUDItIIAn ATIVERTlG'1 MENT1. 6 LEGAL WOTICES. 0 MTATB OF LOUIaIANA. HIXTH DIST]tI(rr COURT FOB THEIPAII.BSH OP ORl,gANg. MRS. FANNY ANGEL. WIPE, ETC.. Vd. JOSIPH 1,LOUTEIN. IIIR HUSIIBAND No. 9278. % H I EREIIY CERTIFY THAT ON THE THIRD I tiy of Mat. 1117, udmoat was rendered i, this oourt in Ilhe foll.wiýn entitled suit, In the 1 words and figures following, t, wit-No. 927- E Mrs. Fann el, wif,..etc. vs. Joseph Lobstein, [ rO n otion of Buok & Dlnkelspell, of counsel for the plaintiff, and on oroducing due proof In su po t of said plaintiffs demand, the law and eviden~eo bming in her favor, it Is ordered, sadudaged and deiretd that the jud trnt by Sdefult herein entered i the twenty-flith day of April, I e7. be now oonlrmed and mad" n ln', endaecotdtngly that plaint iff, Mrs. Fanny Anlel wife of Joseph Lobit,,ln do have and reoover of Ssald defendant, Joesth obs'ealn. her husband, the sum of twenty-fl e hundred dollars, with le al Interost from j.diisal demand and costs of sult. It Is furlher ordered, adjudged and decreed that there be judgment In favor of said plaintiff, Mrs. aPeny Angel, wire. et,., and gainest s3hd dfJaendant, Joseph Lobstoin, her husbhand, dteolreetg a sen ratlan or property be tween them and ditaolvlrg the c'mmnity of acqueslt and gains heretofore exilsting between seid la tlffand said dldfndant, end that plain tlffs's pldvlle.e on the property, m ,vable and Immovabl: of said defendant, her husband, be recoun irad. Judgment rendered May 3,1877. (B ur elel) • X. l RI"OHTOR, Judge. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto eot my hand and alBxo e the seal of the sail Oourt, at the elty of New Orleans, on this ninth day of May, n the year of our Lord one thousand light hundred and seventy.-seven. II. MEIBrER. myl11s 19* DeDpny Olerk. CHARTER. STATLE OF LOUISIANA. PARISII OF ORLEAN--CITY OP NEW OIl LEA.S. Be it known. that on this sixteenth day o' ADrll, in the year of our Lord one thousand flight hundr d andsev n y-seven. .nd of the in depond'n~oi of the United t twaos of a meari.e the one Iundred :end first, before me, Edwaid Ivy. SNotary Putlitr, in and for the p wish oif mr lenns, and city of Now Or enni, bate of Lou. isians. duty commiisoned and quvlflred, and in presenee of the witnesses hereinaftr nain'm d. and the undrelgned, person ,ly came and ap. poarod thie sooral parties whoes emrns are hereunto snuberibr.d, who delared that availing ii themselves of the Drovislons of the statutes of the t'tate of Louisians rela ive to the orgeanna. i tion of corporations in thb litate, they have cov- 1 ennated aidagrit ,and o by these precents covenant, agree and hind themselves and those whom they represent, and allt such p'rsous as may heroaftir become assordiated with them. , whether by suberliption, purohase, transter or otherwlse, to oterm th-mnselv'e into and consti iuts a eorporetion for the obj,.t aand purposces, t and under the stipulations and regulatilons fol In.winn. to wit AbdTIOLE FIRST. The nnie and title lf said orporation shal be the NEW ORLEANs Wi uKING 00. A Y and its domile is hereby estabilshed it the city of New Orieenas. ttate of Loutstana. OLttions in suls agansi the corporatlon mas be served on the President,, or. in his atsenut from the city, on the Searettary. Thle corporation haill have power and an. thorlty First-To have and to enjoy succession by its coorporate name for the period of twenty-five 7 nt-con To contraot, sue and be sued In Ite corporate name, 't hird-To wake and use a corpora'e seti. Fourth-To hold, receive. purc"hase and con ver under its corporate name property, both real and per onal Fir h-i-o name and nppoin such managers, directors and officers as u.s interests and con ve nlence may require; end iixth--To make and establish such by-laws for the pet, pose of mnnagement and regulation of the affairs oI the corporation as may be n; cessary and proper. ANTIOLE SECOND. The object and purpo e for which this corpo ration is ost blirshed s the carrying on of a ogn oral wrecking business. ABTICLE THIRD. All the corporate powers of the company shall be exereoled by a Bo ird of Directors and such offioers as they may appoint. and all its business shall be managed by the President and the Board of Directors. btaid Board of Directors shall consist of five persons, any three of whom. shall farm a quorum for the transaction of business. A Board of Directors shall be elected on the aIst Monday of Decemb r, 1877, and annually thereafer from the stockholders, by ballet. oach mem tr of the company being entitled to as many votes as he may have shares subscribed and paid for, in accordance wit h the terms here Inatter ninmod, the election to be by ballot, es-h stookholder having the right to appoint a proxy In case of his absence, to cast his vote not only for the electifn of directors, but in all business necessary tot o had in the Bo ird of D rectors. In the event of no election taking pla e on the day fixed, the President shall cause an election to ne hid within ten days after tie failure to elect, and shall give notice thor' of, by advertie ment'n one or more of the n wspapers pub lished in the citr of New Orleans. 'I he Board of Directors chall, at its first meet ing in every year. elect a Presiden' from its number. Itshall also electa cresa' y at the same time, and all sh i11 hold their offices until their succoesurs are duly eoected. The tir-t Board of Directors shall con.st of the following named stockholders, who shall hold th if- oficte until their suon esots are duly elected and qualified: $. P Parmly, ''. T. 4errill, G. An urews. .. Sohwarts and H. Meader. ARTIC' E FOUITH. The capital stock of this cornoration is here by flxed at the sum of twelve thotlaud dollars, represented by two hundred and forty shares of flfy d dliare ecob; the amount of each stb criptlion shall be pat ab.e in cash at the signing of these presen P. ARTICT.E FIFTH. lo stockholDer in this cour oratitn shall ever ho liable or responsible for the contracts or faults of the oocporation; nor shall any mere informality in orgacuiation have the efiet; of rendering this charter null or of expo-ing a stockholder to any liablity beyond the amount of his stock. ABTIOLE tX'rIT. This charter -. ay be modilled, altered or amended. and the capital stock may be in creased to t nysum notexoeding flfty thousand dollars. or the company mry be dlisolved at a g neral meeting of the stockholders, coavoued for th t purpose, with the assent of three fourths (in amount) of the at ek represen'ed at suen meeting. Wnenover thedssolutlon of the corporation shall become necessary by the rea son of theastion of the stockholders, by I mita ttoa of its cha, ter. or from any caus " whatever, its affairs shall be imml dlbtoly placed in liqul dation. tnder the charge and sup rin'endence of three oommisisoners appointed by the Boat d of i)lrectores. and who stall remain in offie unnth the finel liquidation of the affairs of the moo.any. and the dis rlbution of its surplus funds ationj the stockholders. ARTI(OLKB SEVENTH. The names of the stockholders, their resi dneuces, and number of shares he'd by each are diclared o be such as are subso, ibed to this aot of ineorpo ation, and set opposite each of their names reapetlv ly. Thus done and passed in my office, at New Orleans at resaid in tue cresenoe of Thad. J. Clark and J. D.D. Tilden ompeteat witnesses. both of this c ty, who hereuuton sign their names, with the parties and me. notary, on the Ltay and date aforesaid. Original sianed: WAL IC F. CRAWFORD, H. MEADER. T. 8. SELKILL, s J. u. AMl''TO')N, Glic . C. S W K*IT, JL. P. PAMI Y. J i8. W. FRE, M. SCIIH W-t'Z & BBO., G. AN UJdWSW 7IIAD. J. CLANRK, J D. TILDICN. f gaL. EDWARD IVY . I Notary Public. L the undersigned, Deputy Recorder of Mort gae-s in and for the partsh ofOrleans, city of New ),a Ins, tatateof Loll ansad5o hereby cer tify that the withia and forego ng act ,f inror totati n or he" tr of the New Orleans w t ek inu Uompany was this day duly recorded in my nftoe, in book 12, oloes 111t nd 112,accordtug to law. (Signod) C. D L\tC NTEL, Depkty iRecorder. New Orleans, Mayr . 1871. I certify the above and fnre-oing to be atrue and correct copy of the originina charter. an I a oertiflo t.' f roe ,rdation ,h.root. n ,w extant in my current register. In taith wherof I gratt, these n eeats uender my h ndcnd impress ef ', om.lai m esl, this eighth cay of May, A. D. my EDWARD IVY. Notary Public. JiD'(-TAr, AT1VESTItREMF1NT., ISHERIFF SALEq. Thee. Miles va . L. Urlerned et al. FIFTHf DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR Ish of Orleans--No. o, --By vlrtue of µ writ of flori facies to me directed by the honorably the Filth District Court for the parish of Orleans. In the above entliled e-ts,. I will procend to sell at public auction, on TUER SAY. May twenty-second, 1577, at half-pe t ton o'clok a. m. , at my warehouse, Nos. 2:1 and an Orleans street, between Royal and Bourbon streets. fl the Hooond District of this city, the ll g describen Drort to wit: A LOTOff FlflrtNIT URL nd the CONTENTR OF A NOAB IING HUUA F, as per Inventory whieh thee seen n m office, esield Int the above suit. Terme-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. IIANDY, Olvil Sheriff of the pari h of Orleans. mylo 17 22 A. Rochereau lit to. vs. Illsabeth 11ay, Widow in community, testamnentary execu trix and legatee of Robort McLtav, do ceased. ot al., I Fran"is H . Thomas, Itobert, John and Elizabeth Mcl,"ay.) FIIFITr DISTRIOT CO IT FOR TlHE SParish of Orleans-No. s1i--fly virtue of ai writ ot seizure s.nd sale, R me directed by the Honorable the Fifth DistrTot Court for the par lshof Urleans, in the above entitle I cause, I will proceed to sell at publloauctlo,, at the Mer chants' and Anuctioneers' txchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the oecond District of this city. on HATUIt D Y, May nineteenth 1877, at 12 o'nlok in., the following descrlb-,d property to wit: TWO CEtt 'AIN LOTS Ol CItOOUND. with the bulldintgs anl improvements thereon, situ ated in tle Fir t District of ti 4l oily, designated as numbers fourteen and tif eon, of s uar" number one touinld by Benton lnow touth Franklin), 1io, Liberty andti C.lllopo streets. having. Amerrlan met91surn, as follows, t) wit: lot number fourteen, a'joining lot nunibe fifteen, twentntynine fet front on Liber y street, the same in width in the roar, by 'no hundred and twelve f.et dtt0p betwo -n parall I linos: lot nut her tflotn., forming the corner of atliopo ant Liberty strmts, has twenty-nine foot livo linns front on Libelrty trct!, by it depth and front on ( allopeostreet of oao Ilundred aid twelve toot, as per plant of C. A. Ii'tlin, lat, architect and civil on inee . dated twenty - four th April, too, dop siteltl i thl e - lls 'l of 0, H. I'.rry. I to a notary publi in thielity. ac qtireld by the late It betr M.leta - by purtihseo Irom the (laimil I'ank of New () loans, err at. pnssod before said 1(. H Perry, late notary pub li, on tIe flfth day of Jlune, 1850. ely."d in ttte above suit. Terms-cash on the stpot. f-THO9 H. HANDY. Civil SBhriff of the parish of Orleans. apis myiC 1t L. Ba'settl vs. I dllls (:ab.l.ee. SIXTH DIITIITCT COURT FORl THE PAR - Ish of Orleans- No. 9sIt--Iy virtue of a writ of flSr faeia- to mue directed by the honorable the Sixth DistrIct Couin for the parish of Orleans in the above entitlod cause, I will proened to soil at public n.ction, on th,. pB rrres heriunaft r t slgnated, on WEDNESDAY, May alxten' th 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following dosoribedt property to wit: T le FIXTURif4R AND COUNTERH In the remises No,. 117 Canal street, in the beconud aistrict of this city. And on the same day, at a o'clock p. m.. at my warehouse Noe 2' and 25 ' reans street, Is; twoen Boyal and Bourbon streets, in the second District of this el y: WINES, L1QUORS, EMfPTY IOTTfIRR, etc The whole as per inventory which may be seen in my ofllbe. Heized In the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the I'arish of Orleans. mvi 1017 Julius Nitche vs. mamnmuel Payem. F IFTH DIdTRIOPT COU liT F. It THE PARISH of Orleans-No. 80ot-By virtue of a writ of fler facias, to me directed by the honorabhl, the Fifh Dist, let Court for the tarlsh of Oreeauo, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auctlon, at the Merchants' an t Anotioncens' Exchange, Royal street, t etween Canal and Customhbose streets, in the Hee ond District of this city, on TUEIDAY. May twenty-sRennd, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the follow in d er bed groVprty to wit IB rEE LOPr8 F GROUND, in the Fourth District of this city. in the square hounded by I:ighth. Ninth, Constance and Magazine streets,. hod' g Iota numbers e ght. nine and ten, adjoin Ing each other, ann meaeur, g thirty-one feet six inches on Eighth street, by sixty-four feet. more or less in depth, lot nulmetsr ton forming the corner of Eighth and Constance streets. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOS. H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans. apo20 my 22 F. W. Gustine vs. Jos. Haldakowski ant Wile. FOURTH DISTRIC P COURT FOR TIE parish of Orleans-No. 44 472-By virtue of a writ of flnr facias. to me directed by the hon orable the Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the ahoy-' eititled catuse I wll proceed to sell at pblilo auction. a' the Mor chants' and Antiotneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and (Cutomhousn streets. in the Second Distritt of thit city. o4 MO ' DAY, May twenty-iirst. 1877, at 12 o'c(lok, m., the fol lowing described property, to wit: One pair Braeolets; one ladies' Watch with Chain; one Opera Chain wi'h oin and tassels,. with cameo; one ladies' I)iamong Ring; one small Diamond and Ruby Rling. iand one pair Solitaire Ear-rings. Holzed in the abe' e suit. Terms--Cah on the spot. THOMAS Hi BANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. my9 15 21 SUCCESSION NOTICES. Snecession of John Hasrelvanuder. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE parish o Orleans-No. 99,195-Whereas. Maria Anna Hildebrand, widow of John H;se selvander, hin petitioned the court for letters of administration on the estate of the late John Hasselvander, deceased, intestate botico is hereby given to all whom it may concmrn. to show cause within ten days why the prayor of the said petitioner should not be granted. By order of the Court. myl0 14 19* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. Succession of Philip Gantert. QECOND DIS[RIICT COURT FOR THE Sprish of Orleans-No. 311,4t5e-- her-eaa, Franz J. Gantert has petltionti the court for letters of administration o the estato of the late Philip antert, d ceased, intes ate. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, to show cause within ten days why tie prayer of the said potitioner should not b granted. By order of the Court. myl 14 19* JCHN HERBERT, Clerk. Succession of Lydia Henry. EC1OND DITS RICT COURT FOR TlHE PAR k ish of Orleaus-No. d,r30-Whereas, Al cide Boucree has retioned the Court for letters of administration on the estate of the late Lydia Henry. deceased, intestate. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. By order of the Court. myi 10 14 JOHN HERBERT, Clerk. Succession of Philip Rlee. Jr. CIECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE kr parish of Orleans-No. 37.247-Notice is hereby given to the creditors of this estate and to all otner persons herein interested to show cause within ten days from the prose, t notifies ion, if any they have or can, why the account presented by Henry Rice, admin istrator of this est'to, should not bte ho., olo gated and approved, and the funds distribu ted in accordance therewith. By order of the Court. mys 1014 JOHN HERRERT, Clerk. Successlon of Helene Dsvlgnes. ECOBND DISTRILT COURT FOR TH~ PAR lhb of Orleans-No. 39 439-Whereas, F. T. Parker has petitioned the Court for et t-rs of administration on the estate of the late Helene Dfvrgnes. decetr d. intestate. Notie is hereby given to all whom it may cone*r., to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petition r should not be grantel. By order of the Court. mt o101 JOHN HERBEBET. Clerk. 1It). MULLEN, A REGULARLY EDUCATED PHYICGIAN. Continues to give his ENTIRE ATTENTION to the treatment of venere I and orivate diseases. Re out cases cured in a short time. L, ug standing con-tit'u lonal aill, ents are treated wl h unpara'leled success. Spermnator rhit. n emiralWeakness or Nervous Debility and Impotency. as the result of evil habits in youth or exceo se, which produce some of tne following effees: As emissions, b'o:ches, de bility, despondency dizziness, nor- ousness, dim ness of sight, cough. cmst i Dpa ion. confusion of ideas. and unfitting the victim for brr'ne-s or marri re. are speedily cured. A rhysician who confines himself exciu-i'ely to the tr.at ntent of a certain class of dise-as a must possess groat skil, in that specialty. A medical Dam phlet for two stampe. Medicines supnlied. Consultations free. Curesguaranteed. Hours: 9 a. m. to 7 ,'. inm.: undrys from Ia. m. to 1 D. m. Office No. 95 Exchange Alley, between Iien. vyle and Conti streets, aP2P sm JIDrI TAL ADVY RTIfBEiNT`,. AUCTION SALIa.. By Nash & tlodgson. GI REAT NALE hn be OF TIIHE 1 IIORIGAN FATATEh, EMBIRACING ?n THREE AND FOUR-HTORY BR1ICK O'OREIII 1 AND VALUABLE RESIDENCE. ¢' ON CANAl,, CAMP, COMMON, POYDRAR, S H. CHIAILLES4. IIOYAL. CHARTREIP AND DErATUR RTREETH. IN THE MATrBE OF WM. It, MORGAN VS. HENRY MORI(IAN, ET ALS. Heoond District Court, parish of Orleatns. No. 89,380. FOR A PARTITION. S Y NASH A HODGSON-W. I. Hodgsaon, U Aucttonenr-Oftloo. No, 13 Carondolet stre.et. On TUSDAY., JUNE 12, 1577, at 12 o'clock in. I at toe bt. Charles Auction Exchange, in ti e basement rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, in i this city, by virtue and in pursuance of i judg meut of the Hon. A. L Tissot, Judge, of tile - menond Distrl:t (Hurt for the pnrish of Or loans, rendered ',n the 4th of May, 1877, and signed on the 9th of May, 1877, In the above en titled ma'ter. No. 1.9,.80. for i, partition, at pub 11i0 auction, the following tiserttb,.l very valul ble p. oprtlies, will be sold FIRUT DI1TlRICT. THiE FOUR-STORY BRI(CK HTORII. No. so CANAL HTIIEET, v DETWEEN CAMP AND MAGAZINE STREETS. 1 1 ONi VALUABLE LOT OW (oROT ND. to f ,ether with all the IIttildlllhts and improveirmtlnts 3 thereon, situntted in the First, Distrtit of liiI i lly, il the qlu ire N 1ti9, loluntled by Cnal, I CIim'onn', COniD anid MeIgiZhle stelts,. deOig nate-d a1 'ot No 5,. and men uring2t feut2 Inches front on Canal st/rowa. 21 fet 8 tnobes and a Iln, a In widtu In the rear. by a depth of 127 feet a icI hod a d 4 lines on the side next to Mlagazine' stree , and 1u foot 9 Inh hot , nd 4 lines oct the tI l her slide lin nearest Canp att net, eil more or le s AUL reicn rlmeaur, acno ii(,l ni tol) ek tr'l by J. A di'Lteincourt, city surveyor, dated.l Jan uary 10J, 1877. THE FOUR H'TORY BRIC(RK STORE, N)L 17 CAMP HTiIEET, BETWEEN CANAL AND COMMON HT''ETS ' 2. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GRtOUND. to- f aeihe with, a i th. bulldlilgs and Irmproi emeontt h.r on,. sitduated in thll) First UI.-trir' of tIhis "ity, In th, slalltae No. 170, boun led by (Camp, . Ctilar) Cianal aind Commtin .tt no s, d isign td ,is lot B. an 1 in, atlritng 2: feet 1 Inch and 2 linIes fronlt oil Cmp st reet. by ant rr t ulala. d("tlh, 11a follows: on the lin neare.t to Co:nin.-n street,e i a first ldepth of 71 feet 10 inltnche itnd 4 linies. 8 thence oil a line p rallel to Common street a di seeonti depth of a foet 9 Incthes and 4 lips; ie Ihence' on - lin poeronndiou'ar to the sidle in- ft netar-'tto Canal street anid runllin I owardls -aid C nal at retd 10 fo.t two i lOcils ; tlOetn, n a line ptaralhll too the said s.it! lilt tnetarest Canal N street a third dap h orf 4 feot a Innhe-; atil lrult y. o , rline ptorlondl'ular to the s..hl ide tlill,' lrttl' At Canal triit. i toot. where it mnlets nsaIl aide line, which measures 79 foot 4 aIncuesn In length utind depto . it THE FOUB-TORIIY Bt1ICK STOtIB N). to CAMP bTRLEET (aliotning.) A. A VALUABLE LOT OF GR(IUNNI), togethnr withb ili thie buntdin.i an I iln,rovem-ints ttise- al on,. ituatIl in the . men district ant I s ma're a- s tOelJet tabove delsribel property detsi.htiind as ii lot A, tn l meloiiurin, 21 f,-et I n th and 2 lines front ont amp street. 19 fot 2 inc', in witth in the roar, by a de'p h of 71 feet 10 in f,.s it1l 4 lines on the side line neareot Unt. I rirne-t. find 74 fooit 9 inches on the other side line, nlext to Conimon street. tilE FOUR-HTOIRY BRICK STORE C NO. 117 COMMON STREET. SBETWEEN CAMP AND ST. c(I[AILES STIREETS. 4. tlNE T'ALUAILE LOT IP OlUOUND. to- b; g,-thnr with al the buildings atrlimtrtrovemen s5 I theoron, sitLuated in the srt..le iistrict an t etitario an tb. last above doertibe.l tproi.ll ty. di designlatedt asI t C. and n itinuljng 22 feett i fr itlch A Band 4 lin a front on Common street, by B atn irrogultr depth, as follows: On. the Sill- linii il nearest -o C(tmp street it hag a Mrst diepth of 69 1) feet; the' t'o. on a line parallel to Colnibton street tin.l rtnning towards St. Otiarles street, at :1 Iottt.i in.li"s andtl 4 lines; thefnte,, .n a line per- iti iertntic Ilr to the rear line, a cb'ntl deptP oft 10 1 to ft-et 2 incellte' thencen. ,n a line+ pradi, I to th 01t salid rnear line, running towhrds St. Charles pi street. 4 feet ; itlchn: thenren. on a line vitrpen- I diiular to the said reatr linnt, a last detpth of 8 dl feot. it Onthe line nearest St. Charles street, said lot (h has a first d- pth of 69 fret; thenoe on a line i plarallol tol CImmon street. and rulnning toward o Oattnpstret ft f Inohes; the-nie on a lite at parallel to the first depth line., a secnndl dttilh of tr 5 feet 1 inlh : thelce~ on a lil trratllel ti tle toear to line. running towa'ds Camptl stt'Or feet 2 t inches ndI 4 linos; thence ont a tinatsperndlieu n lar to thel ald rear line a last Id pth of t f-ot., r where It mnets the said rear line, which meas tit ures 4 feet 6 inches. THE FOUR-STORY BRICK STORE, o NO. t11 COMMON STREET, ldjoininng.) ( ti. ONE VALUABLE LOT OirP-GROtUND, to getlher with all the buildings andt Inltproveinonts 1 toeroon, i situated in the samen district anll slt.ar ns the last above do(Aribttid propnerty. dusirnateld a.s lot D, n-l rome.at Itt a I2 let ;9 itnchles tand 4 lines front, n Ce!irnit on srent, by a d"p '1 of 74) feet to in tehs tn thei sidle lines neatr- W Set St. Chtrles A roe' ; on the sitll line ni ,ar(est to oe Carn , str.et. andi dljolnin, lot C it Ihat a first dllift olt 12 fiot: thttnct on a lint ptlrallttl to Common strict tlmId runnine toiwurduS Caml street 4 fat, . inches: then t on It li ·l. tratlll to the slde linjeil, a secondt deplh of f feet I Inch : thone on a line p tarHilloi t th't rner linr ani i utning towa, d-i (amp itredl 5 fet 2 inCelt Iltnd Or 4 lin:s; thenl . on H a In, norp-ntli'utlar to .tli th said re Ir line a Iuist detpth o(f 8 flet. whurr it tll nect. the sa.d rear Line, which metsunre a1 fLet nit 6 Ilnchhs. The mensurementaof the last four d~eoribed 11 prolpottis. itre till, mr.m or Ics~. and Amerlcan er mieaurloment, a(ordtlina to a skth by J. A. 9t. d'HFmecoturt. City Surveyor. dated February vs 8, 1877. til THE FOUR-STORY BRICK STORE, No. 78 CAMP STREET, BETWEEN COMMERCIAL PLACE AND POT. DRJA9 STREET. 6. ONE VALU4BIE LOT OF GROUND. to gather with all the bulldina , nd improvements thereon, situat, d in the First District of this city, in the square No. 173. bounde, by Camp. Sr. Charles and Pot dras streets an I Commercial Alley, designared as lot No. 11. and measuring 21 feet 6 inches and 4 lines front on ' amp t ret. by a depth of 170 feet 4 inches. all between equal and parallel lines, American measure. THE FOUR-STORY BRICK STORE, KNOWN AS THE WAVERLY HOUSE. ON N. W. CORNER OF POYDRAS AND CAMP STREETS. 7. ONE VAIUARt E LOT OF GROUND, to gether with all the buildings and impruv monte t. ereon, situa'nd in the same district and square as the last above described property, do-i .nated as Ilt No. 1. and measures 23 f et 2 inches front on Camp str et, by a dlep h and front on Poydras street of 100 feet. all b'-tweon .ara:l l lines, -merican m, sure, b"ing bound ed in the r,'ar by an alloys feet in wi I h lead ing to Poydra.n street and common to said lot and other I t brde ilung there mn. • he 1 st two deser Ibed properties have meas cromenrsaoeerr ling t, a sketch by J. A. d'hI me court. Lity nurveyor. dated January 10, 1877. SECOND DISTRICT. THE THREE-STORY BRICK STORE, NO. 44 ROYAL STREET, BETWEEN CUSTOMHOUSE AND BIENVILLE STREETS. R. ONE VALUABLE I)OT OF GROUND, to g-tlher with all tide buildings and improvement thereon, situs ed in the oe oend I ita iet of this city. in the squac No. 3a, b und d by R .al Customh -us, and Mlienille stree s and Ex clianue Alley. d signated a- lot N '. 7 a d min a ulring 21 a-ut 3 ileuos trot n ttKy I stre-t b a deprn of 61 fee 6 inche betw,-en equal and oar alt-1 linres. Amer an measur-, ascording to a sketch by J. A. d'Semecoiit. LiLy nurveyor, dated .January 16, 1877. THE THREE STORY BRICK STORE. NO 59 ROYAL STREET, BETWEEN BIENVILLE AND CONTI STREETS 9. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, to gether with all hn iuld.ngas nd urpr ovuments thereon, situated in the second DI.tritr i ,f iis city, in the aquare No. s4, bounded by to)al, JUDIxIJ A D Yf'BPT-iEMEPN1 , AUCTION SAlEs. B HRash & Hodgume.. Bourbon DBenville and Conti streets, des.gl naI'e as lot No. 8, and tnsarnttri 22s feeot 1 iitrh and 4 lines frontpaI Royal street, by a dooth of 127 feet to0 ad 6 lines on the side line nearest to bOWI Street: on the line nenarest Hien ville strl e ir j easures 0 lent 9 Inches, at which distance 1idens at right angles 2 feet 1 inch: theneo, on a second depth line, 37 feet 11 Intbse. atwhich distance it nnarows at right angles 4 feet I inch and 4 lines: thence, a thi rtd erpth of 6 feet 9Inches, where it narrows at right angles 7 feet 4 inches and a lines; Ihence a fourth de.th of 23 feet inches and 6 lines, ant 12 loot 8 inchers and 7 lines in width in the roar ; all, more or less, American measure, according to a sketch made by J. A. d'Hfemoeourt. City Surveyor, ldaltd Jan r uary 16. 1877. THE FOUR STORY BRICK HTORE, *o. 20 CHARTRES STRFIET, BETWEEN CANAL AND CIToTOHHOUSE HTREETM. 10. ONE VALUABLE LOT (OF GROUND, to gel her with ,.i thb' bulidlings end irnprovvmci'nts thereon, situated In the ecP-ond Jialrirt, of this city, In square No. 8t, boundl btry Uoartres, Sanal. Customhouse and Dorsier,rr streets, desig nat-d as lot D, which measures 21 feet 3 inc'es a lines front on Chartres street, 26 feet in width, in the rear. by a depth of 130 feet 8 incites 7 lines on the side lin'e netareot (Canal street, anld a depth of 130 feet 61 Inehis 4 lin'es on the slde lirl,o nearest Customharso, strnt, all (mire or lea) American imtl-urte', w-L.eordi g to a sketch by J. A, d'Homoe'ourt.,ity survetyor, dwo I Jan nary 1i. 1877. TIlE THREE-STIORY LEIICTI IrTORE, No 6) CIIARTRES BTRElHT, ON NORTHEAST CORNER OF BIENVILLE HTII EET, 11. ONE VALUl ,1irE tOT' OF OGROU']). to etiher with all the buildings a d imlprovemeons Isher 'on. slluiatd in r, He-,iiirl Distrio of ,his I eity, in sqiuare No. 2a. bountldd by (hal-ro-i, D)o catlur ('ate Old ILevee). C ntil antd hLi( nvile strits. 'lsignt.ltl as loi A, and m asmlrinlg 22 fo t tI Inh Ifrnt on Chairi ro street, br a doieptth nd rrfront on Blrnville street of st foot, b itwueon equalll and pat alll Jr.4. THE THRIEE4TORY BRIKI(E STORE, No. 1 C(FIAR',IES STREET (ljo ning). 12. ONE VAfItW IE LOT OF OROUND, to a thoer with ill the bliddlngs and imlnprlovomentls Iheron. sihuated in the sanll tliislriot, alrn sqRUre a4 thit lIst RabOve dai ribthl piroperty. ( dt'lignatld as lot iI, and meaas , ing 21 f'eto 2 ineth frent on Chartres street. by a dlrth of 54 feet betwei n equal and par 111e I no,. THE THIftEE-HTOIIY BRICK HTOIE,'. NO. 6I CHARTIlEHH'I'lTHEET (i joi n i ng.) 13. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GRIIOUND). to- . ghet hr with all the bullldings an I ill 'roveL.oientts d ;hearon. situatld Il the as.nme district anrl it sutrer as the last, tbove describoe prop..rty,. designated by tite lot C, and measuring 21 fet 0' 4 inches front on ( htrtros striit. by a depth of 84 o foet, between c~ual and parallel lineos. a TIHE FOURt-STOIiY BIICIK HT'OOIt. NO. 37 BIENVILLE STREET, (in rear of above.) 14 ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, to , thor with all Ihe buildings anl Improvvneonts (hereron, tituated in the same district andi square ans I h threo last iab we detecrib,-d proper tI es. and adjioining thern in their rear, desig- a tIted as lot D., aind menastrilg 24 feet 9 itches it front on Irinnvillh street., by in de Dth of 64 feet 6a i in--hes. between equtnl and raraill lint's. at The four last above doesriteid proi artine are C all American measure, and are, according to a II sketch by J. A. d'Hemecourt, city surveyor, r( dated January 16, 1877. MIXTH DIsTRICT. TWO-STORY FRAME RESIDENCE. WITH CHOICIE HALF SQUARE, a CORNER ST. .THhAIlLES ANDT) DTFO7,0AT t H PREETS. d 1I. A (RT.AIN I14LF 8Q RE ORIORTION it OF GROUND. together with all the buddi e ti and imorovnmonts thereon. situated in the tI ixth Di -trict. of this city. in the squarr No. 62 bounded by St. (ila.rleo, Bacehus, ,oniat and A iufoessit streets, designated by the letter A. on al asket"h by J. A. d'HeiRecourr, City Surveyor. di dltt-d January 16. 1877, and measuring 139 feet front on St. Charles strieet, 125 feet frorn. on w Bachurt street. by a tdeth of 206 foot on the side ti nearest 4oniat street, and a dep:h and front on ot DIJuossat street of e208 fe t. st TERtAis AND CONDITIONS-One-thrtd cash end thn balt nee in two equal payments at one at and two years' credit, fn notes of the purchasers, at to their own o dor, bearing Interest at the rate to of night per cent per anroum fr~m datro until of padt tnl srrctrtt by mortgage and vendor's at iniVl.'go on the property sold: he notes to bn le, dtvihdld into coipons to represent thet shares of ed Itl. various to-ptoprietors and vendors, with vi bho option given to th' purchasiers to pay in cash ti al the priet or any addlltiontl portion thereof th over Iho one-thtrd,. t lti with the customary th clauses of do non alienrando, insurane, duly du trfnnsferred.. of the b.lln hgse and improvements of for tin amount sutflri nt to cover the credit al terms, and the clause of five per cent for attor- th nov's fern in 'ca-o of lnon-payment of the notes on and of judicial proc' edings for the recovery of cii the same. Ten per oent of all purchases to be paid cash or on the spotat the moment of adjur'iction, to bi bind he salon and the urchasers to asaume o over and above their bids the taxes becoming tt due and eoighle in the year 1t78. Acts of sale before Thno. Oueyrl. Notary Publ- lit lie, at the expense of the pu re-hasers. ,LU, . UlU UIAsottllSet OI be0 mllrrnaiser6. In the, Matter of WM. It. MORGAN VS. JAMES COI,LER ET A LH. Second District Court. parish of Ovleancs No. 3!,34c. FORI A PARTITION. -BY NARH AND HODGSON-W. I. Hodyson. I 4 netioneer- Offl'o No.13 Carondnlet atreet I On TUESI)A Y, JTnne 12, 1R77, at 12 o'clI,ck in.. at the St. Charles Auction Exchange in the bass Srmnt rotunda or the ht. ('harles Hotel, in this city, by virtue and in olrsuannce of a judzgment of the Hon. 4. L. Tissot. Judag of the Second IDistrict Court for the parish of Orleans, rend Sored on the 4th of May. 1877, and signed on the 9th of May. 1877, in thi matter of Win. II. Morgan vs. Jarmes Colles et -is.. docket No. 39,384, for it partition, the following described vdluable property, at public auction. will be sold SECON D DISTRICT. THE FOUR-STORY BRICK STORE. CORNER CUSTOMHOUSE AND) DEOATUR STREETS, OPPOSITE THE CUSTOMHOUSE AND NEW PEOPLES' BANK. 1. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND to gether w th all the buildengs and improvements thereon, situated in the Second District of this 'ity, in the sqoiare No. 7,. bounded by Doca ur (late Old Levej). Clinten. Customhouse and lienviile streets, designated as lot No. 1 and measures 24 feet, a lnchet and 3 lines front on Decatur sire t, 21 foet, 5 inches and 2 lines in width in the rear and front on t linton street, by a depth of L0S feet.5 inches and 6 lines on the aide line nearest Bi nvillo str 'et, and 112 feet in depth and front on Customhousestreet. alt more or less American mreisure. according to a sketch by J. A. a'Homecourt. city sumvoyor. larod J nuary 16, 1877. TERMS AND CONDITIONS--One-third cash and the balance in two equal payments at one and two ye irs' c editi in notes of the purcha-er v. his own ord r. bea ing in'ere-t a the rate of eilht per cent per ann rm from dtte unti paid, and secured by m:terage , nd ve d >r's privi I ge on Ihe p op ly sol ; thu n ,es to be dvi ded into coupous to represent the ,harea oft t Svar'ou- co-poprietors atd vndors: with the op ion Riven to puirchuser to pay in cash all the price or any a tldtionel port on thereof ov-r the one-third; and withcel-iomar. clauses of denion alienando. i, suran e. du.y trat'sf rred. of the buildllugs and Improtlenem's. for an amount suffl.lent to cover , redit t rmts: and the cl4u-e of five P r cent f ,r at orney's fees, in casc of non payment of thb notes ar d of judicial pro ceedini.a. for 'h . recove y of same. Ten per cent or the ourll'tac pr ice to be batd cash on th, spot at the moment of adjudlo:tion. to tIin t the asie; and the piitehla or tP naslme ver and above his btd the taxes becomlng due and exiltblc In tite yealr 1871. Act of sal. before Tne,t. Ou' cl, notary public, at the expense of the purc.tasPr. IN THE MATTER OF WM. R. MORGAN VS. JOHN V. MORGAN ET ALS. Second District Gin t, parish of Orleans. No. 39,395. FOR A PARTITION. 3Y NASH & HO G4ON--W. I. Hodgson. a uc'ioneer--( flhe -.,. li ar,,nde'et atfet On TUESDAY. JUNE 12. 87. at 12 o' ock m., at the I,., Charlesa Auct.n E~uhange, in the base JW tIOTA ADV)R'18EMENTS. AUCOTION BALlS. By Nash At& Hodgse* Sment ro'unda of the tlt. Charles otdr lt this b oly. by virtue and in pursenan of a jdmen if of the lon. A. La. Tlssot. Jode of t e District Court for the parish of Ora. ren dered on the 4th of May. 1877, r nd Blted ontho h 9th of May,1877. In the matte o w. . organ : s. John V. Morgan, et alls., doat ýo, 99,34. for a. partition, the following desert ed vaiuab. 4 rtroperLdeat.1 pub!le auntion, Will be sold 7 PIRST DISTRICT. TIHE FOUSB.TORY BRIOK SORBE ON NORTIIEAST CORNER CAMP AND POY DRA 3 STIEETB. 1. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF AROUND, to gethorwwith al the ituilding anrid Improvements theireon, situatred in the First DistrIct of this EIty, In the sUllaro No. 10i, bonllde'd by Camp. Magazino. Poydras and NWnolcar setreets, doesg naIlUtd a lot No. 2. . ald tetatwtlro 20 foeet inch front on Cam( p street. by t dlepth and front on Pe, draI stre.t of 6s feat a ch hs, between equal and parallel lines. THE FOUR-HTO ;Y BRICK STORE. No. loo CAN I' 8TItEET (adjoining). r . ONE VAL+1AIILLE I.)P OF GROUND. to I gethr with all tile b ilicg-aand Inmorovements thereon, eituavld in tio same district and squar , as the Lhst aIbove d(lrribed properay. ,lesigna.ald as Ilot No. '4. Iartl measures 21 feet 11 inlies and 4 liall ftrot ,:, ( amp trSeet, by a depth of a5 fet .t 8 inlt'.cb-, between equal and paral el ] inns. Tl'HE FiUR-I't-)ORY tIldEK 8STORB. NOl. 98 CAMP STrIEET. (adjoining.) 3. ONE VALUABIEK LOT OF GROUND, to gether with all tae auatlsini[gs and improvements thereon, situated In the, snito district and squ are as the last abovi danacribed property., haekignated as lot No. 23, en I measures 21 leet I1 in hos an I 4 liner front on OamnD street, by a depth of 6o feet 8 linltes, between equal and pnrallal lines. T~le thice last above descrlbed proprties are Alner!oan met.sure and are atcorololg to a skat-tl of J. A. d'ilmon tetort, Cly HSurveyor, datid Jarnuiry 18, 1871. wECI)NID UDTtl'rIE'?. HU1I'ERIOR FOUR-STORIY BIuOK STOBRI ON N(ttITHrEAS'T OORNER OF CANAL AMN HIIA RTRESH TIIEETS. 4. ONE VALUABLE LOT OP G(IOUND, to gct her with all thle bnihllluget ant imp. ovements thereon, Situatetd In the .) at() District of thit city, la the square No. 82. btundld by CanaL c:liart:oe, Cua.tenahousr and DLorslore streets, designated ist lot A, antld mine.urlng 22 feet lncheas frrot on Ca~,,rt strtett by a depth an4 fronat on Chllartrel stroot, f Ot e ot 2 llenes anl 4 lines, between paraltil liners, w th the use i IotnaIon of it yari l til e to r of lots B and CI said yard I.ring 41 feet 7 ilchei long, by a width. of 9 feet 4 incies and 4 lines. aoantallng water cloats, etc. THE FOUR STORY BIIK STORE, NO. 89 CANAL STREET (adjoining). 5. ONE VALUABIE ALOT OF GROUND, to. gather with all the bulldlngs and Improvements thoroon, si uated in thae saime dlsilrSet an I square as the lastabove desecrbed atoperty. deosignat d as lot B. and mea-urces t feet I1 tncahus front on Canal street, by a tld:pth of 5s feet 10 lnches be twe n parailel lines. with the common use of the rrear ya.rd above described. THE FOUR-STORY BRICK STORE. NO. 87 CANAL STREET, (adjoinini.) a, ONE VALUABLE IOT OF GROUND, to gother with all the builtldings and Improvements thereon, situated in the same distrlet and square as the last above desrthbed Droperty, d signated ns lotC, and moasur2esrleet9 mnohse fr,,nt on Canal street, by a depth of 5s feet le tnchee, between iparallel lnes, with the use of the sear yard bshove described, common to these three properties only. The above measurements are all more or les AmerIcan measure. l nd are a.a.ordint to a sketch by J. A. d'FHemecourt, city surveyor, dated Janh try 1l. 1877. Plans of all the above desrrlb'd properties will be on. exhibition, and tal necessaryv I norma tion in reference to existing leases ron the varl ous p ropertins will be announoed from the stenl rrn the diy of slab. TERM8 AND CONDITIONS-One-third cash, and the balance in two equal payments at one and two years' credit in notes of the purchasers to their own order, bearing interest at the rate of S per cent ver annum from nda'e until paid, and secured by mortgage and vendore' privi leges on the property sild, the n, tea to be dlvid ed into coupons to represent the shares of the various co-proorietors and vendlors.wlth the op tion given to the rntrehan a to pay In eash all the price or any arditional f raction thereof over the one-t Bird, and with the custormary elasee of dte non alienarulo. insurance, duilly transferred. of the buildlings and Imnorovemants, for an amonit sufalment to cover the credit terms, and the clanse of five per c *ut for attorney's fees In caana of non-payalment of the no es and of judi cial proaardiogs for the roaovery of the same. Ten ptr cent of all pDlrehases to be p id cash on the spot, at the rfoment of adjudlaoation, to bind the sa es. and the nurohsers to assume over and above their abids the taxes becoming duo anid oxilgble in the year 1878. Arcs of sale before 'PThen. GOuyol. notary pub lic, at the exp'nse of the purchasers. tryl0 15 29 j59 19 td By S. Gainault. SUC(;ESdION OF MATHTLDN G. DUSTA MENTE. B:'ond Di-trit Courtforthe Parish o& Orleans No. 32,642. 1)Y S. GUINA IP. Auctionsar--Omoe corner 1 ) of xchauge Alloy and Binv lloe street. tAi'URDJ.Y. June 2. 1877, will be bold, at 12 o'clock m.. at the Merohants' and Auction eers' Exchang-. Royal street. between Canal and Customhouse streets. by virtue of an order from the honorable the +ieoond District Court for the parish of Orleans dat-d February 23. 187- 1. A LOT OF GJIOU vD, situated in the Third District of this city, In the square bounded by Moreau, (now Chat tres,) Ca.a walvo, Iow Royal.) E-planade and Peace streets, measuring, French measure, 32i fr.ct tront on (chirtrcs street, by 1: 0 feet deep ; together with al the buildings and improvemeotston ran.o. No. 345. 2. A LOT Olr GROUND, situated in the same district of thia city. in the square bounded by Craps. (now Burgundy,) Lose, (now banmpart.) Elysian Fields and Frenchmen streets. measur nlog 21 feet 37 inches front on B~3rgundy street by 127 feet 11 inches in depth; together with all the buildings and lmerovments rnereon. Noo.441. 3. ANOHs;Hi L ,T OF GROtU\D, situated in the same district, in the erquare bounded by Bagatelle., Union. Urquhart and Girod streets. measuring 32 feet front on Bagatelle street by 120 feet deep, together with all the buildings and improvements therean. No. 48i. 4. TWsi LOTS OF O(ROUNo, situated in the town of Mandeville, parish of 4t, Tammany. The whole agreeably to plans to be exhibited at the Exchange. Terms-One-third eash. and the balance on a credit of one-third in one year and one-third in two years, with eight per rent int rest per an num from date till plai, with five per cent law yer's foe in case of non-payment at mwurity: the buildings to be insured and policy trans tersed to the vendors. A.ts of sate before A. IE. Bienvenn, notary nublic, at the exp"nse of th- purchase s. includ inq all the taxes for the current year 1877. pa30 myl0 19 261 j2 LEWIS' PREPARATION of line Cast Steel to the Sulphuretted Dust. These having used and taete-I the value of this compound, are resope'tful y informed that i c-'n be had et the tDrug store of 1. L LYON and many other druggists of this city. To tor unlnltiate I and skepttial I will say that, in plucing it b,-fore the public. I have de viated from the whole corn.lrave of inventors "of the -nrest and best a ti-bilious rm dicines "eta. I allude to th,-lr invariable secresy of ingre ilients. Th ' usual and only other mode in pro ducing Solirhuretted Iron is by Ihe°hydrogen pro.as4, wh'.re it 1i male by hundreds of pounds for the commi.rc. of I e world, and is n-,t to be dep .nded on. as it contain- too gret a proportion ,.f carbon (ohnroool). whch can.ot he svrclled in the process of their mnaublIo turing it. ' his Bulphnret of Refined Fteel is the Drea sulphuret-f steel, havinr no a particle A for eign matter in i a combination. Is Is mrade by hand. I hose eminent profeosers of ehem.tt1 and physicians of Fran o. tog ther with t, he JUiza -ites Di-pen'atory, stat' that the sr'eatobje. in administer ina Iron is to tet thle Rreatest quantity into the Pastric juif - ,I t ie stomaoh,.a it i.a intend ,d to, enovatr aid p.,ity the bloot an't 't- known value as a tonle . my4.tt W. .