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agEfl'Bi SALIM. 'Iht City of New Weian -r. w M. MN . J. J. Fbuehetr IUPIiiOR DISTRI.CT COURT FOR TDIE upariaiehof Orleanta, l. 86,147-Biy virtue os a wrltof flerl fteia, to me drire'tte 1 by the honor able thie Superior Dip riet Court for the parish of Orleans, I nthe above entitled eatst. for city t100e of 1076, I Will brocoed to sell at public Iuc tlot, at the Merefanet; and Auctinneeft' Ex ehange, Royal street between Catnal and Cue tomhoueed reete, in the isend DItrlet of this tity on TIHUIDAY, Jut el, 1877.,at 12 o'cloce mI. the folowig descibedit iW'MNoiett'-wt Au CETAN POlT1ON OF oiOOUND. ait nated in the Second District tof thi city,in etuare number ceventeen JolulIoelt bY Bar racks, Chartres, fecaturnndt E tlnnade 'streete, designaed as f,,liows: L,,t ttlmber fourteen, metnuring twenty-one feet trout on Barracks t7hest by elxiy-t ,o feet In diepth " lot, number fiteen, meenurlnt eotwntty-,,w.t feet front on Barricks sret by one Ilundreld feet in depth. leef In the above suit. Terms-(!ashs on thn t A . HANDY.t THOUMAH It, liANDY, Civil Rheriff of the Pareish of Orleans. Je28aJy0 y TIe Ctty of New Orleftn to. lirs, .1, A. Jenkins . eatte ve. same: R;affe vR , Iame. 'PIJ IOil I)IRTRITCT COURT FOR THE Slnot1h iof ('Orleans, Nor. 9.,14t4. 711,190 and 6,1 l2--y virtue of three writs of leri filac , to med irertd by the, Innuorabll the Huperior Dils tiet Court for the parish of Orleans. inl the e enititled causes, fit city taxi of 17t'l 1174 a 7tbl I will proceed to tell at putblic luuIon, at tbe Merehante and Auotioneers' Exe1'i"nge, yal street, betwnen Cannl anti (usetor ilnthte etreet, itt thie Mtcontld Distriit of this e ity, on T HUItiDAY, July .c;. 1e77, ttI 12 o'oloek m., the followlnti de.,irlbed property, to wit 1, T WO CEIIAIN LOTI'S (PF (iiHlUND. ittu ated in the First District of this city. in esquare Slnrlmr twohunalredurltneid h i!..v-t ih o. nllltdl d h Ramptrt, Etlertrl,. Dirvitli9 aatild Fliiity Hete tidPeIllttnt iRe It iot i nIlumr.. tilit. anti nltte. Lrit nritll er eight nio.nsltrip g twiuty foet front rn itatii plat street, by oleh Ititliid'tel and twelltt'-eight feet, in lepth; lot Ihutntibi r nine meautlrilig tlhirty--twio fet sel inches front on lRampart treet, bty one hundred and twncity e1 ht feet Iu d.pthi, l h ('fIITAI 4 PORTION OF GROUND, situ ated in the First District of tlhisi city, in qlruare nntitemr three hundred and nineteen iboutndled by Franklin, inteurpe and Feletity efrcets, tri !gleh, mlneuringll thirty-two feet frontt onl one lne in Franklin Otteet. and forty-six feet on tle otler line, Iy one hundred and forty-two feet itn depth. Hieltd itt the'nhove ettits. TrermsiI--a!ttsh on the HANY Civil Iheriff of the Parish of Orleans. jnea jyfnl The City of New Orleans vs. John Magner. SUPERI(OR DIRTRI(IT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans, to.. es as1--lB virtue of a writ of flri feclan, to toe direct d by the hongra ble the Huperior vistriet Court for the tr.seh to Orleans, In the above entitled caeuse, for city taxes of 1575 I will profed to sell at pbllo a.oc tion, at the Merchliant and Anetl netrs' Ex happge, royal street, between Catal and aug tnmho.sl streets In the tecond District of tiIs city, on THURHDAY, Jfuly 2, l18fI, at 12 o'clock min., the following des olb-d propertty tttl t A (CEII'AIN PO.TON OF G OUNf, sit uated iI the First Ditt etof thlt et, in square number three hundred ant njnet -etiht. bounded by Lafayette Mag.nlna, l oust and Poydras streets, designated as folllws: Lots numbers three and four tneasurlin sixty-three foot front on L,arnyette street by rne tu nd. ed and thity-eightfeet in ldepth; its numbers twenty elyh i hand twenty-nine measuring sixty-four fee front on Mlaginotli street by one hundred an twenty-two feet in depth, Hsaied In the above suit. Term--Cash on the spot. THO)MANS H. H 4NDY, Civil Hh.erfi of the Parish of Orleons. je:i jyr as The City of New orleans vs. Widow eanry Hopkins; same vs. same; same vs. Ilenry iU El6.l)lt' DI$TIRICT' COUIIT FOR TtHE parish of Otleans. Nos. 70.177, s,ell and 4o24-fBy virtue of three wr:ts of fler fiolas, to ime directeld by the honoratilo the tup 'rior Dis tirlt Court for the ,arlsh oif Orleans, in the above entitled eauses for l y taxes of 1874, 1715 and 170. I will proceed to sel at publin auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. lat.l ,reet, between Canal and Customhouse atttr . In the enand l)sterict of this city, on URDI) 4Y, July an 1s77, at 19 O loock m,., the fo0lowlnt~ deseritOd property, to wit A IET AIN PRTION OF tOUND), sit ated in the V, ond I)strict of this city, in srltare number one hun drd and twenty-five, bounded by Rlamparr, 1en le. Oustrmhoteso and Basin streets, deslgnetei as lot number six, meas Bring twenty six feet front on Rampart street b one undrd anda twonry-eight feet in depth. selserl in the above sirits. Toerms-C-O sh on the sp,)t. THMA8 II. HANDY. Civil Rheriff of the PpreIsh of ()rinni9. jett jyt is The city of New Orleans vs. Wrs. J ii. mil laundn; same vs. same; snme vs. sanic; sate ve, saMe. QUP iIOT DTRICT COTIURT FOR THE pars r of Orleans. Nee. sc;on, i7;.7.. R 5,l11 and n4i--By virtue of four writs of florl facias, to me directsd by the honorable the Superior Dls triet Court for tile parish of Orleans, In the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 5i72. 17-4, 1l75 antd 1s7. I will prtirol t, sell at puVtlie auction, at the Mrcihant8 and a uctioneers' Ex change, itroyal street, between Canal anid Oris tombnouse sitre1s inl tir Htronrld l)lesrictof this city, on THttIIIrbAY, July 2ii. 1877, at 12 o'rerloik m. the fiolhowing d scrlbIe j,r ,Ir-ty" to wit tWO CERITAIN lilTS il (it flIND, situattd In the Hlb'onrd Dllstrit of this city, in sqrlare number ninety-six. Ihr nded bhy jlenvill. liur gundy, (riltom'lliusl aniD l0 Ini i rt s'trets, die lganaat'el II lots nurnlers ti ye and six, moa sur ing 'eventy-ont fool. fronting oin 1itolnvlllo street, by onl hundredd ani flfiy-nine firet ini dfe th. HSeri l in the alrhvre oritc. Ternmls-t'astl io t, `t,, TliiHlAtH 1. IIIND1Y. Clvil Sheriff of the I'ilrirlr of IOrleans. The City of New Orleanu vpe. Janme Mil IoP e; Rlln . samtnl: nllto ' v. llllo; 8n11110 v l. tIIf11O ; 16111 Vs. 8i1111.'. QITI'IOIi 1)1S'TRICT COUlRT FOIL THE p amrish of Orleans. Not. r,7.lto, 4.44 . 714,4R87 87.9rd1 and Miel-lBy virtun of flve writs of florl fain.a, ti tho directed by ith honlorable the 11u pIrlor Distrlit Court for thn parish of O() leans, in til' IhtIIIove nt.itlOd .austO, for oity taxo. of 1471, 17:1. 174. 1874, 17 lid 1878. 1 will proOeed to a 'II at Iublic tetilon, at tlhe Morohants and Aultlln .era' Exchangn , Royal street, betweon (Canal and ('UatolmhtouMs strefll , in the Metoond Itistrit (of this olty, on THURDI)AY. July 2R. 1577. at 12 o',llk mi.. the following dteoribed property, to wit A CERTIAIN ,LOT OF (IIROUND. situated in the First I)iatrilt f this olty, in square number two hlunilred and sixty-nine, bounded by Ham part, Oravior. I',rdlio and itryndeo streets, destiginate al lot. numblnler twenty-olnt',. mION tiring forty-two fTrt fronlt ol Itilpar strPleot by lnnety-fiv-te fett in depth. MHizdl in tithe hovly slits. T'rmt-I nalh on the spot, 'T(OMAN It. HIANDY. Civil Ihoriff of the patrilsh of tOrleans. joit jyt lit The City of New Orla.ni vii. Patrick J. M8all4 o : 41ni Vi . V.1 Il V. sO; !UPE1lTOlt DI~TlTlc'T ' (iUll'T F:Ull TIlE S parish of Orleans. Nolt. 7.9.n, 5,74,n11 7 1y1j.1.99 andtll 7i.47 lt virtue of four writs Iof Iloi i;, ias,il. t file directelt by the htonlorable ,ie ul 'ri.clr listtriot (Court for 1110 parish of (trlo,,nt. I tithe athov en titled tlnnRoR, fr cit)y taxet of 1474, 1575 and1 171. I will Iproceed to sell tit puhli, tin lion. it thei Merchlnlltia anll anItioneerst' E'x'ltmtng,. Itoval stre' t. 't l a h 't-llvna I'an l l ('lisnld ll lnnnib , sh-t,)r In th', oonltd listrict of thits lity. n 'itl:H IAY, Jul 211 . 1r77. tt 12 iI',hlo.,k t , lthe foill, wing dtuslt'tribd rllpo rt, to, Wit I- 1. A ('ER AIN I'r't III OF (IltUND, "it itnatd in ithe o.nutllh Ditrit of this eity in a.quaro numitber two htt rt'lrdol 411 a hi niv- It roI ". TII tI CERTiAIN I'Olllt.iN ) (1. I'u.NI) . ,il In ted in th1 Fourlth Iit.rl-t of tlhiT 'ity, in squlre nutmber two hintllrelI and ninety-threel.l. Ibmto ed by White, IL taunl.r Johlint, . nd SiNt Andrew streets. do isllltlst a bIrt nut ,lti 'll tlye Iart one tt ftur, mnl turing nlint falt frilltt ilt White str .t hIv niO t.-tilvet fo'lt i d t't1h... . . THEE CERTETAI N IOTHlTN OF (OiH)UNI, uit uIlltd in tho Fourth I itrito tf this ilty, in qutare' nultmber two hitunl'rei ad n inlttv-thron, hounded by Whiter. Iaurnt. Josephint a),l it.I Andrew strI'e s. (Iwsigllnah,d na o .rt nf llll,r fnu nl't ysx. netofolurinllg i- s trty- T f(ot fronlt ,Tn White stree t by onI litnloiel feet in dplth. 4. A ('ERTAIN PI(ER TINTS OF (OF ROUND. sit unted in the Fourth iintriot of thids ity., in s-qUare ntnillmlr two llhundred anllld lnine.-teven. bounded iy White. Frbo nklinv Jt.osephin a,;rd I AndLrw streets. dtesignated a lots nmbers steventken to twmnt)-. and lpairt oIf htt nulmbet~r twPnty-wo. moutwllritng sixty-thllr ftl front on White stret byroneli hlundreltd fiid tlhity-.ve foot in depth. THOMAR H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the parlsh of Orleans. jc;3jyfCr JI[DICIAL ADnVUlb 3 (T$. MREMRIFP MALI. lThe tltr of New Orleans vre. Henry Mller. • UPERIOR DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE Svarlsh of Orleans, No. 99,411-By virtue of a writ of fler fadis, towi dire ted by the hon orable the Superior District Court for the parish of Oleans, In the above entitled cause. for city taxes of 1875. I Will proceed to sell at publil anucton, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Etohange, Royal street. between Canal and COu tomhou streete s l the Second District of this city n JliUBlAY,July o, 01R77. at 12 o'cioto A CERtTAIN P TIONtl I o ltROUND), sit uated in the Seeond biltrict of this city. In square nutmber eighbteen. bunded by Decatur, Hospital,Bar'raleks and Chartres streets, deifg nated as lot lltlmber sixteen, measuring cig a teen feet fronton Decatur street by one hundred feet in depth. Melted in the above suit. Terms-Cash on th s ANDYt. THOMAH If. IBANDY, Civil f4heriff of the Parish of Orleans. Je02 lye 20 The City of New Orleans vs. Edward Lynnh: same vs. same. IPItiERIOR DISTRICT COURIT FOB THk ". parish of Orleans Noes. .247 and 817--By vittue of two writs of fler facias to me directed by the honorable the Huperior District Court f t the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1875 and e.Tl,.Will pro cead to sell at public auction, at the lerehants and Auctlnerrs' Fxohange, Rioye street, be. twecn Canal and Customhnouse 0 ee. it the Second District of this ,ity, on T El~ 8DAY. Juily 26. 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the following do serlbed pororty, to, wit 1. A CEBITAINb hO Or T O ROI N1), estuated in the First District of this city, in square num ber four hundred and sixty-one, bounded by Poydras, Claiborno, Bolivar and Lafayette streets, designatod as lot number eleven, mene.uring twent y-seven feet front on I'oydrns street by one hundred and thirteen feet in depth. 2. THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GRtOUND, situated in the First District of this city, In square number four hundred and seventy-six, bounded by Bolivar, Lafayette, Bortrand and Poydras streets. dtesinated as lots numbers ten, eleven and thirteen, measuring each thirty feet front on Bolivar street by one hundred and nine feet in depth. a. TWO CERttAIN LOTS OF GROUND. sit asteud in the First District of this city. In square number four hundred and th, tv-three, hounded by Olaborne, Common Ierbigny and Palmyra tre dets ignated as Ir,t numbers seventeen and eightee, measuring pahl thirty-two feet fr on Claiborne street by one hundred and five feet in depth. Seiaed in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the snot. THtMAH IH. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. je23 jyti 2 The City. of New Orleans vs. Louia atahr; sane vs. same. SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FORl THE parish of Orleans. Nos. 91.1148 and 8777-By virtue of two write of flert fiela to me dl r dby t honorable the Suverilr District Cotrt for tie parish of Orleans. in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1975 and 1)76, I ill proceed to selil at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchiange. oyal treet between Canal and Customhouse treets,e In the 8Aeond District of this leity, on TfURtDAY, July as. 1877, at 12 o'clock in.. the followin desecrlied vropertr, to wit i, TWO CERTAIN LATrS OF OROUND. sit uated In the First District of this oity, in tEqi re number two hundred and ninety, and three hundred and twelve, hounded by Calliope., 1am part, Clio and Franklin streets, designated as Iota number seventeen and eighteen. Iot noim ber seventeen nmeasring thirty-four feet front on Calliope street by sixty-four feeoot in dth. Lot eighteen measurlng thirty-two foet front on alliope street by inty-four f"et in depth. A RT N O OF GRtOUND, situated in the First Distriot of this city, in square num br two hundred and seventy-five, hrunled hv Julia, iryades, Rampart and Dolord streets, designated as lot number twenty-nfve, miasunlr nlug twnty-flve feet front on Jllh. str.eeit. by sIxty-eight feet in depth. 3. A CERTAIN LOT OF (iltr)UND. situated in the First Distrlct of this city. in square ntmn ber two hundred and ninety -tlrce. ,oundmi by Julia, Rtampart, Sirod and Hasin stroets, desig noted as lot number four measuring twenty-six feet front on Julia street iiy ninety-seven fot. in depth. 4. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, hitiunted in the First Distriot of this city, in sqiu'ieo num br two hundred and eighty-six. ioutuled iby Torpsiebore. Basin, Melpomnen and Rampart streets, designated as lot numllber flvte menasur inf th ity.two feet front on Tirpslchore street by ninety-seven feet in deptlh. Seized in th above suits. Terms-Cash on the sfot. TROMA H H. ANDY, CIvil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 1ea23 jy 2M The City of New Orleans vs. Thomas J. Clark; same vs. Tholmas Clark. 1UPERIOIR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE ilparish of Orleans. Nos. 07,549 his antid o. 50--By virtue of two write of fler faelas, to me, directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above ntitled causes, for city taxes of 1974 and a187, I wil pro ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auetioneers' Exchange. Royal street, be tween Canal and Customhouse stree's, in the Second District of this city. on TIIURSDAY, J.uly 25, 1.77, at 12 o'clock im,. the following tle srlled proverty, to wit i. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the First District of this city. In quare nrumber seventy-nine, bounded by Race, St. Thomas. Religious and Orange streets. desig untedl as lot number three, measuring sixty four foot on Ilace street by one itundred and silxty feet in depth. 2. A CERTAIN LOT OF OItOUND. situated in the Fourth Distriot of this city. in square number one hundred and nine. hounded by Jackson, Constance. Laurel and Philip streeis, designated a. lot numlbr ton, mea uring thirty two feet on Jacksoin stroo, by one hundred and twenty feet in depth. 8. TWO OERTAIN L'iTR OF GROUNDI, sit uated in the Fourth District of this city, in square number one hundred aInd sixty-five bounded by Washington, Canp. Chestnut and Fourth streets. designated as lots number one and two. monauring sixty feet on Washingt.,n street by one Ihundtred and twenty-five feet in deoth. a1eld in the above sults. Terms-Cash on the spot. TI hfAH II. HiANDIY. ('ivil Shertif of the Parish of Orleans. je23 iyt 25t, The City or New Orleans vs. aylly Dalley Tobault: Rame vs. game. STIUPEl1IOR D)ISTRIC(T COURT FOR THE pnrlih otOrleans. Nos. 75,396 aRnd 9:,7l.4-By virtue of two vrlis of flrl fan.las, to me directed by the honorable the Huperior District Court for the pariah of Orleans, in the above entitled onuses, for city taxes o f 174 and 1R75, I will pro ceed to sell at puilil anltion, at. the Merchants and Auotlone,.ro' Exchanne, Royal street, be tween ('anl alnl (f'ultolinhouse, streets, in the Second Distritt of this 'ity, on THURHDAY. July 26 1877, at 12 cvl,.ck m.. the ii tllowing de sertribe property, to wit 1. . CER;TAIN LO I OF GROUND, sotuated in the Fourth District of this city, in square nnm hbr two hundred and sixty-sevn. Ibounded by Baronne. Dryndes, Ht. Andrew and FeliPcty streets, designated as part of lot number thirty eight, measuring tw ,ty-flve font front on lta ronno street by one hunidred at tWenty feet in depth. 2. A CERTAIN LOT OF (tRlIUNI). situated In the Fourth Distrfet of this .ity, iu sqmuare num hertwo hundred and slxty-seven, hbunded by liaronne, Dryades, St. Andrew and Feliceity tlrolts. designated as pntt of lot nunlhmbr thirty light, menqurlng thirly-eight*feett front ,n fia ronne street by by one hundred and trwuty feet in deptlh. 8eiz'ed in thln nthovi suita. Terlls-- ash oni the snot. rHOMAH H. HANDY. Civil iSheriff of the P'arislh of Orlssan. j'o2 lYt 26 The (It y of New Orlnean:s v. iEst-ne tof Jaelu s-wslell; l ame Vs. same: snai' 2vi. sllme; .snms y., samer: .anile VS. Same. SUI'EIIIOII ])DHIStIT COURT FORl TIHE k parlish of() .lrtnns. N.se. 12,084, 57.926. 73.515. 91,55 anId 90T17-llv virtue of live write of lier fiu'lan, to me dirs'et-,l ipv the hIonorable thei MiSip.ri-r l)Distriot Couirt for the parish of Or ili'tSn. in the ahovs( entitled enuses for city talxe of 1.71. 1873. 1574. 1175 aind 1074, I will pro'eeid to nell at publilic auction. at the Mercleanilts and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, betwee.n f.anal antl (:Ctutomhousess streets, in the HSonlld Distritt of this city. on THUIII)IISY.. iny 26, 1977. at 12 o'llo'k in.. the following described Ptropert, to wit: A ('ERAIN TLOT OF GROUND. sitlatod in thue First l)Ditrist of thti citvy In "ias r-l r nelirer two hunldretl and fiftly-one,. i )unMed by Thalia. MelDopenlneR I-ronir and Dirynases streo's. leosignntelas l t iiusman r five. mneasuring thirty two feet front on Thalia street. by Ones hundlred anIl twenty-eight feat in depth. Mulst's in liin alsove suits. Terms-Cash on the s ot. Civil SheriT of' the aunrih of Orleans. P. ItAL ,A.nVT.r MT.AWM Te. iMEilMlP rALEa.r Jules Malerat vs. Philip IHees F TH DIStRIT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans, No. esm--By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale, to ne dir oted by the honorable the Fifth District Court for the par ish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will oroceed to sell at publicaudtion, at the tier chants and Auctioneers' Eachange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Fecond District of this eit. on TUES DAY July 24 11177, at 12 o'clock m., the follow in. d ribed pr rt. tO wt- S(JIATAIN L. O RO ND. together with the buildings and improvements thereon, sit uated in the First District of this city, being one •if the two lots composing the islet bounded by the two sides ol Poydras street and byi Magnolia. late St. Marc, andi C(lra, late S Magdalene, streets, designated by the number one, on a plan drawn by U. A. Hedin, dated the nineteenth of March, ifS0, and deposited in the offle of A. (hlavella. late notary In this el y: said lot measuring thirty-two feet one inch four lines front on Ht. Marn or Megnolia street by one hundred and twenty-two feet six inches four lines on both sides of Poydras street, and thirty-two feet one Inch four lines in width in the retr. Benlgl tle same property acquired by the d, fendant by pure hsee from A. elseabaura as per act passed before A. Dreyfus, notary pub lio in this city, dated twenty-fourth of November, 1885. eized in the above suit. erms-Cash on the s ot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans. jc2i jy 1R24 Lafltte Dufliho & Co., Miss Julia Riley subrogated. vs. Mrs. Mary Olancy. ,OURT'I DI)'RTU(T COURT FOR THI pal ish of Orleans. No. 44.019--iy vhitieof a writ of fleri facies, to me directed by the honor able the Fourth District Court for the pa^ish of Orleans, in tae above entitled cause, I will pro ceed to sell at public auetln, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exehlnge, i'oyal street, be tween Canal and Oustomhouse streets. in the Menond District of this city, on SATURIDAY. June 23, 1s77, at 12 o'clock m., the following de scribed property. to wit A OEIRTAIN JIUl,OMg NT recovered by Mary Clancy vs. Philip MarsRuflt, No. 5791 of the docket of the Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans, to wit: for tlh.e sum of three hun dred dollars, with eight per aent interest from February a 1974. untiI paid, and costs. Heized in Ilhe above suilt. 'T'erms-Cash on the spott. TII()4Ai Hi. HA.DIY, Civil Hheriff of the Parish of Orleans. je12 ll519 23 A. Rlriuereaun & Co. vs. Macllelana lutz, widow ito tn co unity and universal legatree of Jaeob Hehiiller. and H.,dwig Heis. widow of Conrad Ht1hiller. ,1ECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT FOR A the Sixth andl eventh Municipal DIs tricts of the parish of Orleansi No. 9tl--By vir tuie of a writ of seizure and safe, to me directed by the honorable the Heentd Judi lal District (~,urt for the HIxth antd Heventh Munitipal Dis tricts of the parish oi Orleans. In the above en titled cause. I will proceed to snil at public anl tion, at the Merchants and Auttioneers' Ex change, Royal street, between Canal and Cue tomhouse streets. in the mocund Dlstriet of this eity on TUESDAY. July 24, 1577, at 12 o'clock mn. .he following descritbd property, to wit THREE CElRT'AIN LOTS OlF (IltOUND. to ather with the buildings and inmprovements moreon. and all the rights,ways, privileges, ser vitudes and advantages thierrunto belonging. or in anywie neappertainingu, shintei in the Sixth District of this city. in the square bound ed by Laurel, Constante or Live Oak, Amelia andt Antonini iti rreets, salt lots tning designatted by the numbers one, two and three, on a sketch drawn hy L. RlDiacnstein, sureyttor annexed to anal:t of deposit executed before James Fahey, a notar publilt in this city on the fliteelth of Mar'ht, 1571 andl measlrrlia, at.crding to said sketch. as ollowa. to wit: itf ntimber onn. forming the turner of Laurel and Antonine at retat, seventyt-six feet front on laurel street Iby one hlllundred anti seven feet in depth and front on Antonine street; lot numlter two, ftorty-thre, feet front on Lnuirel street by one hundred and seven feet In deltth, between equIal and parallel linles; it number three, thirty sr-ven feet, four inIches front ronl Laurel street by one hundretd and sevenl feet bIetwen parallel lines. Beiing tihe samen piroperty itnulitre by the late Jacoi Htillor, bIy pulrtchAse from Mrs. Eliza heth L wcienne Aline DIlaa.tliso. wife of Fran tois Marion Enonul inlgl.e tin lIvadllllis, as per iat passed binfore said notary, Jamtes Fahey. dlated twelty-s'cotd of March, 1973. Heiedl in the aotve sllit. Terms-Cash on the spot. TIOMAH Hi. HIANDY. Civil Sheriff of the l'arish of Orleans. iJ22 yp it 24 aUCCFASION AOTfiICR. ui'estslon of Edwar? . C. Butler. SECON D ISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAI k. lth of Orleans, No. as,245-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 ere sented by Mrs. llosina Brady, widow of Edward E. C. Butler, adlminisratrix of this estate should not be approved and homologated, anti the funds distributed In accordance therewith. By order of the eort. je23 25 jy2* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk. Mnrreeslon of Jean Lacroix, alias Ia eroutts. SECOND DISTRIC(T COURT FOR THE PAIf k_ ish of Orlans, No. 8i, 7t--Notice is hereby given to the creditors ,of this estate, and to all other parsons hereia interested, to show cause within ten days from tihe present notification, If any they huavotr can. why the finlal account pre sentetd by Pierre (irahites, titstamentary .vx.'un tir of the d.neasled. should not be apurovtvd and homologated, and the funds distributed in accordance therewith. By order of thn coi urt. jte23 27 jy2* JOHN HEIRBERT, Clerk. aurres.lon of Jean Louai Tele. ,.ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR k. ish of Orleans, N9. .9.294-Notice is hereby given to the creditors e thtis estate and to all other persons herein interested to show 'ause within ton days from the presentt notificatiorn, if any they have or can, whiy Ithe nacounot presented by Mrs. A. Yerli wife of Joan liapeze, andati minis tratrix tof ttis estate. silotild not be homolo gated andi approved, anti th funds listributed In accordance therewith. Ry order of the ournt. jet4 1 2:3 JOHN HERBERT, Clerk. sucrenslon of Ellen Ward, Deceased WIfe of John Ochiglnvich. E('OND DIS fRIII(T COURT FOR THE PAR ti Ih of Orleans, No. 39,a29-Noticn is hereby given to the creditors of this estate anti to all other persnons herein interested to show cause within ten days from the present notifclation, if any they have or can. why the account present-. ed by John Ochislevlch, administrator of this estato, should not ie attlirved anti homolo ga ed, and the funds distributed inaecordance titrewith. By order of the court. jel4t 1 23* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk. IIuceCmlton of N. A. Dellarno (De Lerno.) IECOND) DISTRICT COURT FOR THI PARISH k of Orleans. No. a.,u(Ks-Notice is heoTeny given to the 'reditors of this estat,. and t all other persons herein interested, to show cause within ten days from the present no tilleation (if any they have or can) why the pro visional ancoull presented ,b Mrs. R~uphlna U. IDellarno (lIe lerno), natural tutrlx. admin istering this eHtate, should no,t e homrologated and approvd,. and the fundrll distributed in accordance therewith. By order of the court. jel4 18 21* JOHN HERIBERT, Clark. lcrresslon of Mrs. Josephlne A. Byerly. E!,;t3)ND DIHTIICT COURT FORI THE Sirish of Orleans. No. 3!,,541--Whereas (Itorge P. Bnlts has ptittioned the court for letters of administration IIon the estate of the late Mrs. Josephlne A. Byerly. deea.end, intes tate. Nltioe Is herehy given it all whom it may onllorn, to shoiw cause within ten days why the prayer of tI e said petitioner should not ba grantedt. BIy order of the court. , 14 14 2.; JHIIN HERBERT. Clerk. Suclesslon of Margaret, Nell, Deeased l, wife of Gn.orge (G(ir. SECOND lDlTRICT COURT ! IFoIl TIlE PARI erh off (rlans. No. t39.:t--Notie i- herety given to the eredlitor rf this estate and t, all other persons herein Interested to show cause within ten days from the present notifllation. if any they have or enn, why the final account present ed by Gorge ((;ier, alinistrator of this estate, should not he approved and homologated, and the funds distributed In aecordanee therewith By ord'er of t he court. j21l 2, 3)0* ,IOIIN IIERBERT. (':rk. 'AYLL PAIPER. NEWEST STYLES JUST RECETVED, From the Richest to the Cheapest. Rosewood and Walnut parlor and bed-room Furniture. with numerous fancy articles. Furniture renowerd in the best manner, at 49 Royal street, any5 2nt HERY N. I, BIRECHT, SWIfCIAL ADVUATISZMIDWT$. LPtiAt 1/OT'tClMO . STATE OF LOtISIANA. FIFTH DISTRIG O UjOORTA 80 THE PARISH THEREZA C. CORINU V8, IIMAND DERTEL, her husband-No. 2s8e. I HIIEEDY CERTIFY THAT ON TilE THII Ity-first day of May. 1, 1 j7, Judt ent was re dered in this court in the following entitlti suit, in the words and figures following to wit Therera 0. Corntt vs. Armand Bertel, her hus band--No. ass9. In this case the court being satisfied that the low and the evidence are in favor of plaintiff. It Is ordewd. judged and deoreed that there be judmerl in 'vor of plaintiff. Thereat Arelea. tine Vornnm. n ansinst defendant, Armand Bertel, her husband decreeing a separation of property and a dissolution of the community of acqueste and galns heretofore exlstino between the said parties; it is further adjudged and de creed that the said plaintiff do have and recover of the defendant, her husband the sum of four hundred and thirty-flve dollarg and tli rt -seven and a half cents, with lesal Interest thereon from November .y. 1729, until paid, and costs of suit, with mortgage and privileg. as allowed by law to married women on the property of their husban:s. Judgment rendered May 31, 1R77, Judgment signed June t 1577. W. Hf. ItaOERS, Judge. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto snt my hand ant affixod the s' al of the sald court, at the city of New Orieans, on this sixth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven. I'AULT. ABAIDIE, jel 12 iR 23* Deputy Clork. CONXTALRE SALEM. Julln i'lligan vs. . Mr. and Mrs. WTn. Leon ard. PIIRHT JUHTICE COURIT FOR THE PAll Sish tf Ot leans, No. 110;-Bv virtue of a writ of fleor faoias, tat me directed by thim Hon. J. Paris Childre=s, First Justice of thie l'eve in and for thle parishI of Orleaens. I will proeed to sell at publicatution, on TUESDAY, July ., 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. at my warehOoue. No. 139 Julia street, the folli,wl,"g dcsertt-ed noperty. to wit- ONE LOT OF JIOUHIEHOIi FURlNITURE. teized in the above entitledi and numblered stilt. Terms-Cash on the stot. JOHN F. WOOD. 1e.8 29 jy Cdonstable. James Coyle vs. Witn. llennlng. LI1XTH JUNTICE COURT Foit THE - pearlslh of Orleants, No. ti7--By virtue of a writ of fler faclas, to me directed by the Heon, Peter Kaiser Sixth Justice of tihe Puace in and for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at my warehouse, corner of Camp and rt. Mary streetk, on MONDAY July 2, 177 ONE LOT OF HOUMEtIOLI) FIURNITTURE. Silsed in the above suIt. Terms-Cmsh on the spot, in United States Treasury notes. jels 29 jy2 DANIEL O'LEARY. Constable. Mrs. p. Rieder vs. Isabella Kaufman. MSIXTH JUSTICE COURT FOIR THE I'ARISH kD of Orleans, No. 82.--By virtue of a writ of fidrl faolai to me directed by the Hon. Peter Kaiser, Sixth Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at my warehousn. corner of Camp and St. Mary streets, F ,urth District of this city, on SATURIDAY, June 29 1577. at 12 o'clock m. A LO1P OF HOUSEIIOLD FURNI rUIRIf. Beized in the aboy- suit. Terms-Cash on the spot In United States treasury notes. DANIEL O'LEARBY. jel2 1 2_3 Consltable. Charlotte Harris vs. Caroline Randers and Charles (Ore,. in solido. -IXTII JUT TICE COURtT FlOR THmE PATRIMH l , ( rl.ans, No. 12.34--.y virtue of ,a writ of fleri facian, to me diroeted tb the honorable the Hixth Justice of the I'Peao for the' lnrish f Or leans. I will prcoted t,o sell at pubell auction. In front of the court-house, corner of Il snlp and Mt. Mary streets. on T'rUIHDAY, July 17. 1977, at 12 o'clock m.. the following property, to wit A CERlTAIN LOT O' F (IIOUNIJ. with the bullrlintgs end Ilnprovemontl therreon, in S.uare Ibooniled Iby 'T'onti, Itochblave and SH. Loins Stroots a.id (earnndeolt wvalk, dolsgnateil ne lot No. 4 on a sketc'h an inxed to an act passed Ibefore James Fahtey, lno tary publito. Jii lr 9. 1R71. Said lot measures 24 feet front on St. Louis street and 24 feet on Carondtlet walk, hi a depth of 107 foot incthes on side next to Irt N0.3. 1(t foeet 6 inches deoth on the opposite side, running through the square from Ht. IOtlt. street to (Carondolet walk. orlrms-C(ash in United States treasury notes. DANIEL O'LEARY, joe 2l . jyl7 Constable. Patrick Clark, for Use of Minors, James, lamuel and Edward Clark vA. Brooks Carnes. SEVENTH .JUSTIT E COITIrT FOR THE Sparish of (OrJeans. Nos. itst, F591 anti 65192 Ily virtue of three alita writs of flerl facins, to me directed by the Hon. C. A, O()'lourke. y enth Justle of the Peast in and for the parish of Orleans. In the above entitled and nutmbored sul's I will procetred to sell at pulblie naction, on TUEMDAY. July 3, 1577, at 12 o'clock im., at the Merchants and AIuetioneers' Exchange., Oh Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, the following described propertly, to wit: A LL THE RIGHT. TITLE AND INTEREST of the defendant Brooks Carnes, in anti to the suit of Brooks darnes vs. Sen Mutual Insur ance Company. No. 8:58 of the dociket of the Fifth District C('ourt for the parish of Orleans; said suit being for the sum of eight thousaInd dollars, tiled on tih 29th tday of May. 1i77. Sizted in the, above entitled and numbtered suits. Terms-Calsh on the spot. A. I'. KELLEIR., je2l 28 jy3 C:onstable. A. Rochereau A;: 'o. wv. Engle Bart. rl lilltD JUSTIC I COURT FOR THE Sparish of O)rleans, No. 312--By virtue of a writ of lenr factias to me direc'ted by the Hon orable John I. ltreaehe,. Third Justieie of the Peace for the parish. of Orleanls, inl the habove entitled cates, I will proceed to sell at publie auction, at the Merchants and Atuttioneers' Exchange otn Royal street, ietwto! Custornm house andf anal streets, on TUEHDAY, July :., 1877, at 12 o'elock m. A CERITAIN LOT OF (IROUND, with the bulildings and improveornnts thereon, nmakitng part of lot. number three hundred antd fllty ninn, situatted in Foubourg Marigny. In the sunare bounded by Iafayette Avenue (late En Ahtn), Music, Ooodchtliren and Bamp trt (late Lovve), and measuring, French measure. thirty one feiet eight inches and six lines front on Lafayette Ave i ue, by seventy feet two i nches andi nine lines d.eD on tite line toward (Ottiochill dren street, and thirty feet wide in the roar, bounded on the side toward tIamiprt strtret by thle proptrty now or formerlyv ltlonring to Jacitlue Voltairo, neCluird by Engle Harr frrm Lawrence Jones by avt of sale before, Amnedn D)uatel, notary public, dated August 0, 1847. Velzed in the artbve suit. Te'rms--Csh tn theo spot at the moment of adjudication. THOR. J. BUCK I,EY, ji2 9 1i 23 30 j.y3 Constalltn. FITS, EPILEPS Y , -OR FALLING SICKNESS, PERMANENTLY CTIL)EO--NO HITMIPTI(-BY ONE MONTII'H UITE OF DR. OOULA RH)'R CELE BRA'L'ED INFALLIBLE FIr PH14 DErlS4, To convirno suffrrers that those powders will do all we cl-,in for them. we will sand theam by mil, Nt'I'TI PAID. a FPiRE 'TIAL BOX. As Dr. Goulard s thll only physician whohas over madle this disRan, a speoilal study. and as to outi k nowl ndge( thousanals have h.bn PERMANENTLY CU(LED by the 1an of thran POi DERlIS, WE WILL OUARANTEE A PERMANENT oTm in every on, or REFUND YOU ALL MONEY EXPENDED. All sufflorrs should lvn Ithlos powders an early trial, awil t. conovinoed of their enurntivo powers. P'rion, for large box. S:, or four boxes for $10. pnot by maill to any part of i ha Unitrd States or Ca tots. nin rt'atpt it priko _or by oexsrrsAa (). ID. Add ress. ASH & ROBBINS, apri., ly ra Flliton strent, Brooklyr N. Y. DR. tFA' RIlt, A REIIULARLY EDUCATED PHYRICIAN, Contlltlns to giv his ENTIRE ATTENTION to the treatment of vw'nereal and private diseases. Itoont onant( rod lit a short tl Inl. Long .tarnl ing cnstlltutional allnmnts are tr.nrliod with un narallteld sestirOss. HlrmrTlnstrrrhlra. Hm'rlinal WVoaknissa or Norvous ~t,hilty and irnpmotbrny, as the result of evil habits in youth or oxeissRs, which produon some, of the following effee s: As omIssIlons, blotches. debility., dlspoadney, diziness. nervousnsls.ditnn,'ss of sight. cough, constipation. C. nlusion of ideas, and unfitting the v.ctimn for businessA or marriage, are speedily oured. A physician who c,,nfinos himself ex onusively to the treatment of a irrtaln class of dIseases must posse an grat skill In that speelal ty. A medical ampthlet for two stamps. Medicines suppliod. Con sultation free. Cures guaranteord. Hours: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.' Sundays from 7 a. m. to I v. in. Office No. 24 Ixchange ilace, betw',cn Caral and Cut~rmLiouse. my12 SAVE SO, flRAND PRIZE ·4IN -atl ANO r4 C NTENIAL EXPO 1ITI ON 1878. AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Its competitors receiving only an award for some special feature of their machl;nes The Worlkrenoawnd Wilon Shttle Swing Machine Has Unlimited Capacity to do all kinds or Family Sewing and Manufartur;ng, ITS PATENT AUTOMATIC "CUT OFIJ" on the hand whteel prevenls the tnta chine from running backwards, and obviates the necesaity or taking the :t,1rk from the machine to wind thread on the bobbins, which must be done witll alt other Sewing Machines, to the great annoyance of the operator, cspecially li tacking, henmming and ruffling. It does one-third more work in a given length of time than any other Sewing machine. WITH EVERY MOTION of the FbOT the M4CIIINE IAKES SIX STITCHES. S1h Wilson Xahine will do a much work in om dy ai fou othie Khinuc, It requires no special Instructions to use it; an llustratned Direction Book Is furnished with each machine, IT CANNOT GET OUT OFr 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 live 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 Catalogu. Ar Agents Wauted. For full particulars call or address WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO., 189 Canal Street, NEW ORLEANS. LEE DS' 707NDRY, ESTABLISHED IN 1825. Corner Delord and Constance Street. WE ARE PREPARED TO MANUFAOTURE Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse, Vacuum Pans, Clariflers and Filters, SAW MILLS, COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOVERI. NO.S, GIN GEARING, FURNACE MOUTHS, ORATE BARS, ALL KINDS OF PLANTATION AND STEAMBOAT WORK, And every description of Machinery for the Mouth. We beh to call special attention to our large atock of SUGAR KETTLES Havi ng str. chased the entire stock of the Stacker Iron Works of Tensssee, for which Mr. E. F. Lav lle. beuvre was formerly agent (and the only genuine Tennessee Kettles In the market), we offer the same for sale as well as those of our own manufacture, price list of which we will be pleased to furnish upon applioatlon. feleltf LEEDS & CO. R. M. & B. J. MONTGUOMERSY Furniture Emporium, ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET. The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture Establishment in the City. 0--- Constantly on hand, and at the LOWEST MARKET PRICUE8. the largest and tost seleete assortment PARLOR GOODS To be found in the Bout consisting of Saits Upholstered in Brocatel, Cotoline, Reps, Terry and Hair Cloth, and Finished in Gilt. MARBLE TOP INLAID OARD and FANCY TA. BLE; Prench PLATE MIRRORB and Patent FPaen CHAIIW; fine BEDROOM SUITS, with French Plate Drf ser Dressing Cease and Armoire; masgniea* French Pilate HALL STANDS with HALL CHAIRI to match; DINING-ROOM and LIBRARY SUITS of every grade. A complete assortment of MEDIUM and COMMON FURNITURE, of every grade enitable for country and plantation use. A large stock of boxed and knook down Fnrniture and Chairs. SPRING HAIR and MOs MATTRESSBBE, BAIB and FEA¶THER PILLOWS and BOLSTE.d, and LOUNGES, made to order. ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EAST AND WEST, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY. All Goods packed and shipped free of charge. Thanking our friends and the public for their vast patronage, we solicit a continuance of the same In the future. R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY, Armory Hall. No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleans. mba tf UNDERTAKERS,. OHAS. O. JONES, JOHN 0. BOOHE, Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & LOCHE, 260 and 252 Magazine at.. near Delord. Undertakers and Embalmerw. All businese entrusted to the firm will receive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates, Oarriaaee to hire. aass lv A Third of a Century. J. B. VINEI', with E. VINET. CBOCKERY, CHINA, 3LASSWABE, AND HOUBEFUBNISHING GOODS. Over thirty years' experience in the business, New store and new goods. 207 Cusa streer, betwene Burgmdy and Rampart strets, le 17 P. 0. FAZENDE, Stock, Note and Bond BROKER. OFFICE--No. 175 COMMON STY EET. mh24 tt PREMIUM BONDS ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE IN BUMS TO SUIT. LE LATIVE WARRANTS P u by A. LzMOB&Z a&n No. I Oaliler Court.