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UMMRIPP MALm.
Jean w. Phiahofer va. Marens Muller.
fl DITIrUOT COURT FOR Tilt PAR
of Orleans. No. 54im--y virtue of a writ
- surelnI att me dlreced by the hoenr
i tie Filth srlrt Court fr te paisn
t above nUtitd qus. wl
to Isll at puaic uintion, at th
to and Aunotoneer' xorante,. o
een strict of this a ty. on 8A T.
.. . ýrst a 1 7, at 12 o' otr k m.. the fol
with all the Jmn
eiits thereon and all the rkibta, Wnyr.
ea and advantlaes t lrouanto beln.
or n appsertainig, nattn d li
I Dtrs.t or n his itLy, dsinated by thl
, sixla s en.e, n .. tee d a oyeven,
t i t inate s uiRIr thirtya. -nine, bounded b
,I van.aMagistrate and Lw st.rcts
- an drawn 'y UtPrles aC. rawryrord.d
, notary pnlla tn Ltl city: sald ot
t each other, tand measure na fbtllows:
m.tmetr six. thlrty-thre feet four inch
at u .gistraste street by one hundred gnn
fty t two inchen in depth: lot number
Sthirty-three feet five inhlle front on
rate Street by *udred nd sixty
t two iches In depth; lt numiler eglaht.
i three feot forjlr' ihe front on Magistrate
t by onehundred and sixty font two Inchea
e and lots umlte nine. ten and lo
!&oh htirtI4]vo feet front on Havana street b
I no ne hund recd and ton fret In depth - said lot
tU* r oio frmnsirly the ool nor of Matistrate
rv in srtý.
It O ti i GIOUND with all the Im
S aitp mflmsr ta ereon and all the rights, ways
:G..rl ollnes and advaintrUges Ibelonging aitullteo
in stame albirvo desetrllamd dlsriot and
unare. desgrlnaltd by ither numbre twerlve anr
Sae. , on the slame above quotald plan; saidl
lots aoining each ether and mnltaiurre onrh
rty..no foer one linch front on Havana street
e hundred and ten font in do th.
tll" satle iroPirty arlulred try the
te i snt herein by rroaln.se frm Utote. Nlrek
- js per jft lefore J Isepli (aloln, notar publl ll In
,dated twe.ntiet Ju te, ise.
ltdi the ln(vle suitu.
rtl --. In cash for It ufflehLent amount to
lt loltlatifs jalei, slt Iy (he psu n of two hlllt
a' idf y dollars, with interest thereon at
i per it per anntum fromn the twlntieth
S uatlry, s187 until tUe dny of snid, Ilve
: a!lt trne'tys fel Inid ralts of suit. lI. Ti
•Ut.se.r to arsn ln (to the extent of the
amount of his bild) teo payment of three prom
ey note. sta'urva bry mrortgage on said prop
ry, drlwn by defendant t her own order anti
. inh indorild, datet on the twtUtleth of
ttne, i5se, each for the like sum of two hundred
ad fifty dollar, tpayanle respectlvely at two,
.raee.d four years after datr and bearlng in
erest at thea rte f ei'ght per 'riat per annumt
tramte until paid ii, And the bhalape of the
i iprie of adjudloatlon, I any, ash ion tie .poi,
PtiOiAs II. HANDY.
Civil Shorlif of the Parish of Orleans.
Life Asnelaatien of America va. Iorense
SD-ISTRI T FOR THE PAR
S of Ort. tit . -ly virtue of a writ
Sl alre tomdlretd by the hon:
t h iitriot lurt for the parish of
S nu, tn to above enie o au e, wll pro
k;. d .o eery' Exchange a. treh
Sand Ousto moues strqet. I tba
: n4 iltriot of this city on SATUID)AY,
t. 1611, at 1I 'olot an.. the following
L ý GRONIt) situated
k the'. i tl tjtxn.ate thtis city. In the square
-quno y wre, Laurel. Lyons and h ot
atr aet , and comrlintwelve lots of
and (n the late suburb We ot ollny,
I patl by the letters A, B. C , E. l, H.
IJ,,Ln aqua nuniber eight, aeordlng to
~,,janjlaode by Ii. Thiell, architect, andt dopos
: iI tl e on of the tt rveyor of thle tat. citj
: Of ' efferson. La A. B, c, . D.F.O. it, I, d,
Smure each thirty eto front on Ljaurel
street by one hundred feet in depth, be
.Ween parallel lines, ald lots K and L.
meatIre each tweuty-lve feet on Blordeaux
-t by adeptlh of one hundred and litty feet.
e rallel lines; lot letter A forming the
eO.r of Laurel and Lyons ath .tsa, and lot let
Sta J forms the oorner of Bordeaux and Lyons
streets. Five lots of rounrt, desinated by the
; numbere twelve, thirteen, fourteen. fifteen and
aiteen of said ecare number eight. in West
q alny ald lots adjoin each other, and
isure each thirty feet Irront on Jersey street
Ly a depth of one hundred feet, between parallel
ifees _wo lots of around in said square num
ellnht, deignateod by the numbers fivo and
la ,coording it plan made by O. A. Hedin.
Ite surveyor, dated twenty-sixth hi ovemtrer,
lets, and also to a p'an by G. T. Dunbar, late
--rvyotr,. dated eighteenth of Febtruary. las.
.hilians are deposited in the ofieo of L. It.
nny, late notary; said lotsadjol each other
-ýnd mealure each twenty-flve toot front on
tIyonlstreet by adepth of a hundred and fifty
9. THREE LOTS OF GROUND. situated in
Rickervlllo. iQ the Sixth llitatriot of this city,
-i quare number sixteen of said Ftutbonrg
o ervilll, which is bounded by Laurel, Val
wmont. Leontine and Live Oal streets; said lots
e designated by the numbers ten, eleven and
yle on two plans, on therr' ft made by ]l.
u ion nand Thompson, surveyors, on the
twenty-third of March, 1849, nd thea other by
Adolphe Knoll. architect, dated the nlo rteonth
If January 1is2, deposlted in the ofteloo of
te Gratam notary public in this city a
Iletqi whereof It annexed toan act assnled b.
tore arpest Commnaere. notary, on the twenty
ith ofJuly, 170 s ald lots measure each twenty
seven feet two inches front on Valmont street
.y a depth of one hundred and thlrirty-lright
feet even nches seven lines, all betweon
ST O CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND situated
theaubourg West Boulayig, i the Bixth
trit of this city, in the nouare C. of said
aubourg. bounded by Tehohupltoulas, or Levee.
rdeaux and Front streets, andi a common
ey; said lots being designated by the num
five and six. on a plan made by Herny
oelhauaen. date dtllh twentleth Decemtber. I144.
poslted in the ofitce of the late L. R. Kenny,
notary; said lots atjoin each other and meas
re eh twentytt-eig lt feet front on Front street
byadepth of one huniredt and sixty feet be
twnel) Drallel lines.
I1 FTVE LOTS OF1 GROUND slturiated In the
-.tbourg West Boulltny. in tlh. Hlxth District
f this city in talt arlotro Iuwlher etlean t iof
hie original plan of said Ifauboiurg, which ia
entd eby Valence, Laurel. Bordeaux aitnd
e Oak (or O.snetrantr) streets, and teing
delnatd bay the nuumbrs flfteen, seventenr.
iheen nineteen and twenty. acsrording to a
Smade by R. W. Ttdd surveyor. of the lat,
y of Jefferson. datal November i. lseoo.
d lots meanure, aordida to said plan. nit
oll owa: Lot nnimber fifteen. thirty feet frontoon
lrel street by one htindrcd aid fifty-six feet
Sdepth betweenoo parallel tnes; and lots num
seventeen, eightlen, nineteen and twenty
oin each other and measure, each, twenty
ix feet front on Valence street by a depth, eatch
between parallel lines. of one hundred and
twenty font-lot number seventeen formlng the
c oer of Valence and Laurel streets.
Together with, all and singular, the building
sud Improvements on the bald several proper
ties and the appurtenancns thereof, rights,
a.. Drivilenas and advantagee thereunto be.
ln or inJd any wise aPpertaining: which
- operties were a quired by the defendant
-aere1 n.l follows, to wti-: The first described
twelvelots from Thee. Friend and others, as
per act before T. Michrel. rcorder of the late
mag o e Jentorson, dated January 29, iagi.
.aeulr a ., beor, 2enoe r Hugh Maydden, notary,
Sed.. eo anomprlod i thea nineteen lots t
lnote ,ab~vi saalientutel, reacauied
lottwelTiof oeaor. tpurt a per act before
i. tam ibell notary parble, in the parish of Jef
ferson, dated Jatnuary l1. 15s; and lot thirteen
of the sam!e, as prr act before p. y. D)avis. no
tary trub.. dared Antril 9. l.ee end aot. fie and
six o! saM niineten tots fromed. Rl Chefvllea s
irerdat before P. E. DIavis. datttl March 17, 17e
July 85. la7n, from Ropt. Huygnh. the threo lots
seoondly described. as per act before K. Corn
maagere, notary t1ublia trom Frmnk HunnJan
nary 28. 1171, the two lots thardly dHueribn Jn
per aet before same notary: May 2'. 1d7ei I,- ni
act before same notary. Irom I.T Buckner, lot
number fifteen, and from Wan. M. and J. H.
--ven lots seventeen, cighteren, rnineta.n and
twenty, all f urthly desearibred
heized In the abravw uit.
Term-Careh on the spnt.
THtaMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Oriluea.
jiyl 27 au9 18
)y17 'I aus is
DR. FARRIS,
A REGU.zARLY EDUCATED PHYSICIAN,
Continues to give his ENTIRE ATTENTION to
the treatment of venereal and private disea.es.
S ecentcaseseured in ashorttime. Longstano
ing constitutional ailments are treated with un
paralleled success. SpermatorrhaBa. Seminal
Weakness or Nervous I ebility and Impotency.
as the result of evil habits in youth or excesses.
which produce some of the following effee s: As
emissions, blotches, debility. despopdeney.
4~ ianess, nervousness,diinneesof sight. cou.gh
Soastipation. a nfusion of ideas, and unfitting
thse aim for business or marriage, are speedily
fi d A pbysician who confines himself ex
atsiveir to the treatment of a certain class of
duleaaeaust pos. greatakill in that s.seial
. ... dil nA for two samps
JUDICIAL ADVITITUMEIlNTI.
pNHRIPP MALaI.
Lafayette FIre Insurance Company vs.
Ilelko Elben Rlmnmers.
t TAI" D ISTRIOT COURT FOR THE PAll.
J1I of Orleans, No. 7an1-By virtue of a writ
Iabl the FIfth District Court for the perish of
Orl s. tI the above enttled cause. I will pro
el atpu tion, thle lSercha
Iand Auctioneers xt .nge, loyal str t.t bI
tween Canal and oustom house stretta an the
econd District of this city, ot TUJ AY Jul
24. It??, at I2 o'clock m., the following described
A TL ITHE tf RHT, TITLE AND INTERlENT
I- of said dnfendant in and to a certain claim or
n demand ant forth in the petition i. the suit en
Ih tilled "H. .. Ionmmners ve. the Lafra'yeý Fire
1, Insurance (klm nan y,' No 791eW of th e diocket otif
I the Filth I)lrtrlrt Court for the parish of Or
leans, for the sum of three thousand live hlim
Sdred dollars, based on an alleged brear'h of con
'I tract.
;a Bloed in the above sult.
t: Terms--This being the seco4nl and lasuc'
lilon, tbh said property will bie deflinltely nUli
Scatedl to the ll iglest and last bidder tr what
r It will bring, at twelve months' credit. tha lpur
n chaser furnishing bond, with good and solvent
y security, boar ng eight per cent interest per an
t, nuo from date. bald Vurchaser will have to
e deduct and pay In Rash tih prlnting sherliff's
5 and clerk's tces, ctdc., which amount to aLbou
nl twenty-live dollars. OMAH.HANDY
y THOMAS H. HANDY.
t Civil Shleriff of the Parish of tilcans.
0 iv11917 94
- IEmugene Trolagros vs. Imile Juvllle Manl
d del and lth.e sue'esuion of Heilen I'wviIgles,
E. 1'. larker ndlnlnlnstrator,
I OU TII DIITR ICOTCOUR'P FOR THIEPAil
i' sh of O)rleals, No. 44.lnlo--lly vlirtue of it writ
h of seizure pnd sale, to me dlrireidl by the honlor
,t ait 0 the Forth l)ltrlhet , tll't for tho parish of
Orleans, in the nl.ovc ntltHld cllate, I will pro
e cerd to cell itt public naltion, at the Meiohanl,.s
k and Anlltioneersl' Exchange, loyal strceet, ih
k tween Clanal and 0Utltomhouse streote inI the
nSecond Ilistrict of this city, on HAT(TII)AY.
July 2a. 1577, at 12 o'clilock ll., the following
Sdesertntd llronerty to wi'
A PORT'ION OF (Ot.UN). with the build
I s tnand Improvemtont thereon sItuated In the
Snew FPuhourg Marigny, in the ''hird Distrlet.o
ithlis city, in the escarO comprised witlhin Urll
n hart, liagatelle, d(trod and Mt. Anthony troeets.
whloh portion of uround having about seven
teen f.et four inches five lines front on sald
lnagatelln street by one hundred and twentll
I seven feet ten Inches five lines in depth
f between parallel lines, and dostgnated by the
number three on a plan made on the first of
, Jl, 157,, by J. Strehlor, depoeit+d In the oeflto
of, ap h (uvilllir. notary pwhile In this tlr.y.
Which said portion of ground riling part of
two lots of ground, designated by the numbers
one end two. .cquireod by Joan O11lie from Al x
nnder Iwe.ps, Jr., per act of date July in 15h7.
before Philippe Lacoste, late a notary public in
this city.
teing the same property ncquired by the de
d fendants herein by purebcrh from sald Olioe, aw
per act nDpaed before said notary. Jioseiph CuIl
villier, dated sixth of August, 157a.
It Mleind in' the above ult,
Terms-Cash on the Rlot.
i T HOMA H. HANDY.
Clvil Sheriff of the Parish of.Orleans.
a je20 jyl 17 29
e John L. tearry vs. A, . W. Ialdder.
IFTH DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR
1'Ih of Orleans. No. 4e41- 1 virtue of a writ
of slure and sale, directed by the honorable
tne Fifth Distrlct Court for the parish of Or.
leans, in the above entitled cause, to W. P. Har
per, Into Sherlff, by him transferred to Eugene
Waggaman also late Sheriff, and by this latter
to me transferred. I will proceed to aII at publio
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street between Canal and Cue
tomhousn streets. in tile H',ciond District of this
'ty , on TUESIDAY. July 17,1877. at 12 o'clock m.,
te follwing desrilbed provp yrt wit
AItAIN LOT OF -( )IUND, tºgether
with the buildings and improvements thereon
and sopurtenane.t thereof. Fltuated in the Fall
bourg Iafayette, In the Fourth Dslttrict of this
city In tihe stuare bounded by Jackson, Jo
se ephine. Nayades and 'lrytanta streets, desig
nlted as lot number twelve, on a plan made by
W. Thornton Thomlsol. late surveyor dated
the twenty-fourth of June. 1541. according to
which plan the said lot, forming the corner of
Nayoy ee and Josepo inc t reets, measure thlirty=
one fnet eleven inlhens lvi lines front on Nay
I ades street, by one hllndred and seventeen feet
one inch six lihes in depth and front on Joseph-'
ne street. Being the same property which the
defendant herein acquired by purchase from
William Irvine, by act p.ased before Theodore
O. Stark, a nollty public In thi city, dated the
twenty-first of November, 15a.
Selned In the above suit.
Terms--Cash on the spot.
THOMAH II. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
jch15 9 jy 17
New Orleans avinlgs Institution vs.
Arthur Poinoy.
FrHIRID DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR.
Slh of Orleans. No. 9.,722-By virtue of a writ
of seleure anld sale tome directed by the honora
ble the Third District Court for the parish of Or
leans in the above entitled cause I will proceed
to sacil at public auotion, at the ierchrants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Oustomhouse streets. In the Second
Districr of this city, on TUESDAY, July 11.1877,
at 12 o'clock m., the following described prop
erty, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. sltunted on
the batture in front of the Second Munitpalty
of this city. In the square bounded by Fulton.
Lafayette. Front and lirod streets, and desig
nated, on a plan known as plan of J. A. Beard
i'ulycertllled by Hugh Grant, late eurvevor of
sald municipality, under date of the twelfth of
January. 15l9, deposited in the office of I. B.
Oenas, late a notary public in thsl city. by the
number one, and mea.uring, as per said plan,
twenty four feet two inches sooln lines front on
said Fulton street and twenty-four feat three
inches three Imnes front on said Front street.
py one hundred and seventeen feet six
inches two lines in depth and front on
saHi La'ayette street. andi o011ne hundred
and seventteen feet eight inh11o three
lines in depth on tie line dividing It from lot
numlbr two. all Amnerican measllur. Being the
same property alquilred by tue df(lifnda.nt by
pllrhaseo from A. 1). (lrossman. actlng as Mayor
of the city of Now ()rlealn. as per act beforo
said H. B. (,Onas, notaury, on the thirty-first day
of March. 1iat.
trized in the above suit,
Tcernls-Cas.h on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sherlff of the parish of Orleans.
eaoli)v7 17 .1
New Orleans navilngs Institution vs.
Spencer FieJd.
THIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
I arishinf Orleans, N'. 23.725-By virtue of
a writ of seizu r and sale, to me directed by the
honorable the Third District Court for the par
ish of Orleans in the above entitled cause. I will
proceed to sell at public auc:ion. at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal
street, between Canal and Customhouse streets,
in the Second District of this city, on THUIIS
DAY, August 9, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the lol
lowing described property, to wit
1. A CERTAIN I.OT OF GROUND. situated
in Fanbourg Livaudais. formerly part of the
city of Lafayette. in the parish of Jefferson. now
part of the Fourth Dist ict of this city of New
Orleans. in the square number six of the said
fauboarg, the saiu square being bounded by
xth. Seven iht Levee and Fulton streets ; said
lot of ground is de-ignate d by the number
seven, on a plan made by Henry 3Moelhausen,
late surveyo-, and deposited i , tue offie ,f the
late L. R. Kenny. notary public. The said lot
measures forty-eight feet front on Sixth street,
between Levee and Fulton streets, by a d pth of
one hundre I and twenty-seven feet two inche-,
between parallel lines, per the said plan: whi,.
said lot number seven is comtpose l of the origi
nal lot number six, on thl' original pan of said
Faubourg Livaudais, deposited in the office of
G. I. btringer late a notary pub'ic in this city.
2. 4 CER L'AN PIECE Olt PlIRTION OF
GROUND, situated in the sail Faubourg Livau
d is. now part of the Fourth Districtof this city.
in the said square bounded by Sixth. Seventh.
Lee,. and Fulton streets, forming part of the
original lots numbers thirteen and fourteen.
and marked by the letters A, H. C, D, E. F, on a
sketch annexed to an act of sale pas-ed before
J. It. Borgstede. Darish recorder of the parish t of
Jefferson in this State, d ted February 24.
1853. Said piece or orrionof grou',d measures
as follows, to wit: From A to B. the lower limit.
one hundred and one feet four inches, fr ,m B to
C thirty feet front on Sixth street; from C to i.,
on the utper limit, titty-four feet flve inches;
and from D to E. on a par dllel line to Sixth
street, thirty feet; tromn E to F at right angles
withbixth street forty-six feet (leven inches
and on the rear line F to A. sixty fee. all
American measure. Together with all the
buildings and improvements on said lot. pie se
or peor ion of ground, ri 'its, ways an alvan
tages thereunto belonging or in anywise apper
taming. •
Being the same Property acquired by the de
fendant herein by purehase friom James 1
Stafford. as per act passed b*.fore John French <
, ffey. a notary public in this city, dated Octo- I
ber 7. 18s3.
8_eted in the above sui.
WTeaems sOag: th
JUDICIAL ADV'RTIIm dIIZ3.
lElIRIGPFP MALlM.
A. Riohereaus & Co. as. Leon lMas, Jr.,
ot al,
i O.ON)D .1)1(All D IIITIOr T (COUltT FOIR
to thn Ixta ritnd 14venth Mmtlioild I)la
triots of the parish of ()rlr'as No. 944 -
I vfitun of na writ of mhsiurnani smno, ito In
lrronrtdl by the honorabitl the Hetndl .Jidl
clai DistriCt Court for the Sixth Uald Htnventh
Muniipal Districya of the parish of Orleans itn
the ahbov enttitld cau.n. I will pronrcenl to) Mil at
a puhllo auction, t, the Mnrchants aInd Aut.
inqlctnrs' 1xcthlango, ito yal street, ietween Canal
and Cust mnhomuse sttret, in the Heonedl 1i1st rlit
of this elty on TUIu DA ¥. July il. ll77. .at i
r o'clchk m., the following dh.,ribd property. to
A. A CERTAIN HQUAItE OF (IROUNID, .
gather with the improvemena' thereon. antd all
rights andl pr iviligns4therotoo blonging. sMituatid
in the Mixth I)istrint of this city (formntrly in the
olty of .JelTforma a;id p~rish of .leffers6n In thls
ttite)l. in that portion thereof commonly ealied
Faubourg Avart. and decsiglnated rus squlare nu rn
Iher forty-elight. inld houndt d by l'rytania, P.'r
rier DufiMsetd and Montat streis., is tpr it plan
b ty W. lorshly. late survoyor, dnoasit.el for
roferl'leloe in the oifl'e of (I. (i. Latlrycre., atoi ai
t notar pullIlil in this city, ancording tir whic h
plalt aid spaqlrl' Is dividoed into sixteelin lots
nutnhereid frim one to sixteen Ilnlusive, andl
Itots nmll era one and eight, mnleasllrle (tch thi rt y
fe't ;lHe numnbhrs twunld Slsven atch thirty-onll
feeat. andtl its umlllers three. four. livn land six
orh thirtly-two feet front on Pelrrier itrio.t,, by
olne humniRred anId one foit In dtleth , Iet.weon
tarallel Iio's; lots nulitmber lllnn and si xteen
mnclne rn ach thirty footit its ni mbers tanm and
fifteen each thirty-one feot, and iotsl nnltmers
Iwe, vn nm,inven thirthien elnd furlllll oineh
thirty-twyo L'ot, front on I'ryl.antli Mtriwi;t biy i.In
hullndtred fe.rt tin IIIchIca IIn deptl h, billtwliln
- patrallei lin,, all Amnerican o11.iasuto
2. A CltT'AiN ttl.) IAtE OF Iteo UND) tanther
with the imDrovernmnts thereon, ad atll ti(e
rlihts and privilegKes thereto holongi nig, ait ateld
SIn the Mixth Distretof thlii oily (lirnmerly In tin
afllty and parish of JeTffrson. ill tllis ttiatol,
bhounded by Aust.nIrllt. l'errior. ti-niral Taylor
Sandl Pitqultnmine strmots. and deltgnath' by thIn
numbrlrforty-night on it plln drawn by A. H.
' Pnllps, surveyor, under ntlo.e or Fetiruary In
l4ti), and dowositedl for rolflnl., In the olfin i of
,nph It. IIear(lrd. then a notary putihl, in thit
oilty' which salid square mnlallurn two hundllr
fnft front on Austerlltz street, twenty-eight foot
four lins ftront on P1'rlrir str*mt, two hundlllrlnd
and one foot eight inchllet six Inll, front on
SOnnorail Taylonr stret, and fifty- four foIt Mi'VHn
I ilnhna front, on I'laminlmine strot.
All of whicih property was wlztuiroed iby the
defnilant herein., Leon Hans. Jr., from ,H I. &
E. L. Lovy. nvy 'Lt bhlnre Andrew lfri ,.1r.. no
f tary publio in thlsnity,on tltwravotltth of Aunust,
Helned In the abov suilt.
Terms-Cash on ti" ,uot.
TIIOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
j0l0 jy 717 tt
Rurkel & Thompson vs. Mr. & Mre. Fern.
- IFTU DISTRICT COURT FORl TIlE PAlR
l' h of Orloans. No. 7728--By virtun of a writ
of floi fanias, to me directed by the honorable
the Fifth District Court for the parish of
Orleans. In the above entitled cause. I will
proceed to snll tit publie auntiotn, at the Mor
chants and A.tioneers' Exchangn, Royal
street. between Canal and Customhouse streets.
In the Second Distriot o( this city, on 'I'UES
DAY. August 7. lt77, at 12 o'cloek in.. the fol
lowl .o des.orbed property. to wit-
A LOT OF (GtOUND.with all the improve
ments thereon, In square number thr.ee
hundred and three, bounded by Third.
St. Patrick, t. David and Fourth stroets.
and measuring forty-flve feet front on
Third atreet by one hundred and twenty-seven
Sfteet in depth between parallel lines. and form
ing the corner of Third and Ht. 'Patrick streets,
Sblong one-half of 'lot number nine and the
whole of lot nullmber ten, standlng in the name
of Thomas Farren, registered In Uonveyance
Omee, Ibook l06, folio 18sl, and nlsn In book Ir,7.
folio t387.
Hel.ed In the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
TTHOMAH H. IIANI)Y.
Civil SherilTof the Parish of Orleans.
jyi 17 27 au7
John iinterimuer vs. illlas it l Mller et.
al.: same vs. William Miller and Louis laIl
loer.
iOURTH DIBTRICT COURT FOR THEPAR
is' bh of Orleans. 1Ns. 43,150 and 4:1 a:I--By
virtue of Iwo writs of flerl faits, to nme directed
by the honurable the Fourth District Court for
the parish of Orleans. in the above entitlnd
causes, I will' proceed to sell, at pub
iIc auction at the Merchants and Auctionoeers'
Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets. In the Seer ad District of this
city, on BATURDAY, August 11 1877, at 12
o'clock m., the following described property. to
wit
FOUR CERTAIN LOTS OF IGROUNI). sit
utated, lying and Ieing In the Fourth I)lstrict of
this city, In the square designated by the num
ber nineteen, on a plan drawn by L. 1t. Hurgi.
oity surveyor, deposited in the offloe of E. iBou
ny. notary publi, In this city; whic'h swuareo Is
bounded by Holal, or Locnst. Philip. First andl
Maunsel streets: said lots are designateid by the
numbiliers one. two. tlhree and foulr on aI prlvate
sketch nnexed to an eot piassm be-forn W. Jo
seph CasItoll a notary Dublic in this city, on the
twenth-se'ond of July. 1861. and measure, ac
iording to said sket ich twenty-lgYt foeet four
Inches four lines each front on Philip stroet by
ia depth betwoeen parallel lines. of ninety-one
foot eight inches; sald lot number one forming
thie corner of Phllip and Molls strelts ; together
with the butldings and Improvements there
on. ways, priviliigos and advantages thern
unto ihlonging or in anywise appiertainlng,
Bi-ing the same property amciuir.id by defendant
heroin, Wm. Miller. tit a jublthi se madno bIy the
sh'riff of the p)arish of Orleans on March 13.
1871. undier and by virtue of ia writ of fie.fi ftuiasI
dilrretd by the honorahbi the Fifth District
C(iurt for the parish of Orleans. at the stillt of
Witliam Miller vs. Anldrew alila Andlroeu
Mehmitt, No. 21,ot of the docket of said court.
The said proiperty will be sold subject to thil
sp,,'ial omonrtage in favor of the .Julldg of the
M.eond )Ilstriet Coutrt fur thei parish of Orlians,
Ilpassed by notarial noeft)eforo E. :uin!, l.te ia
Ini-ttary publit, in Ihis city. datted MaIy 14. 18s6. by
Andrens Hchmitt. to s.ic(·. th1(e surm of tWO
thousand aind seven dollitrs and fifty centr.
alld legal Inlt rcict from J.uly, is5. ttin g thic val
uation of tlie rights if his minor child, Alnrians
H|hmlitt. Jr.. In tl the llciee.eslin if lis mntlher,
No. 25.,47 of tho dockt of said cioiurt,.
eizIdl Il Ii i t abovi suits.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Rheriff of the Parish oi Orleans.
jylo lawhi ..
_ytu tawtu
A. Rochereau & Co. vs. Leon Hiaas, Jr.,
et al.
QECOND JUDICIAL IPIITJtInT COURT FOR
k the Sixth and Seventh Municipal Districts of
the parish of Orleans, No. 949-By virtue of a
writ of seizurn and satle, to me directed by the
honorable too Second Judieial District Court for
the Sixth and Seventh Municipal Districts of the
parish of, Orleans. in the above entitled
cause, I will pro~eed to sell at public auc
tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change. Rotal street. between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets in the Second District of this
city, on TUESDAY, July a1, 1877, at 12 o'clock m:,
the following described property, to wit
1. SIX CEtTAIN LOI'S OF GRl UND, to
gether with the buildings and improvements
thereorn, and all rights and privileges thereto
belongiug, situated in the Fanbourg Avart. Sixth
District of this city. tformerly in the city and
parish of Jefferson in this State). and desiana
ted as lots numbers three. four, five. si x.seven
and eight, of square number forty-three, which
is comprised wi'hin Perrier. Plaquemine. Du
fossa and Soniat streets, as per plan drawn by
William Forshey, surveyor. deposited for ret
ence in the office of C. t. Ladreverc. late a no
tary pubic in this city; said lots numbers three,
four, five and six measure eac:t thirty-two fe t
fronton Plaquemtine street, byone hundred and
one feet in depth, between parallel lin's; and
lots numbers seven and eight measure each
thirty feet fropt on said Plaquemine street by
one hundred and one feet in depth, between
patalel lines. all American m,asure: said lot
number eight forming the corner of-Plaque
mine and b ,niat streets.
2. TEN CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, to
gether wi'h all the-buildings and improvements
tuereon, and ell rights and p-ivileges t:ler'-to
bhlonging, situated in the Faubourg Avart,
Sixth District of this city (formerly in the city
and tarish of Jefferson, in this State). and
designat. d a- lots numbers eleven to twenty,
inclusive, of square number twenty-nine, which
's bounded by Magaz:ie, Camu. Soniat and
lRbeit streets, as per the ab, ve mertioned plan
of said surveyor. William Forshey. Said lot
number eleven measures thirty feet nine inches
fromnt on ltob.-rt t.tret by one hundred and
twenty-live feet in depth, between parallel
lines; lots numb'ers twe ve and nineteen melts
ure each thirty feet front on Camp street; lots
numbers eighteen and thirteen measure each
thirty-one fet; lots numb rs fourteen, fifteen.,
sixteen and seventeen measure each - hirty-two
feet front on Camp street by one hundrelI and
live feet ifI depth to each ,f said lots, between
parallel lines: an ; lot number tw -nt y measures
thirty f- et iine in.hes f-.ot on Soniat street by
one hundred and twenty-five feet in depth, be
Iween tIarallel lines.
And all of which property was acquired by
the defendant herein. Lion Haas. Jr.. by pur
these from S. L. & E. L Levy, by act pass-d be
tore A. Hero. Jr.. notar y public in this city, on
he seventh of August. 1869.
& ad Mabove suit.
T01111111--ue 0.
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTI.
AUCTIION MAAIERI.
By Plaoid. J. Spear.
lIOUHEHIODI, FUItNITURE. 0CICOKENB, ETC.
SUCCEHHION OF WM. OBTERMOLLEIL.
Second District Court for the Parlnlh of Orleans-
No. -.
BY PLACIDE J. SPI'EAlt. Auenlnor
OflleB No. i Royal strnet-- HATUIDY.
N yJuly 28 7,7 ' at lr, o'.clok p. m.. will be oid at
Spuhllo eauctilon.on Joanno stront. Ibetween Urqiu
dart and Vllro streets, by virtun and itn pp ur
sunnce to an order from th lion. A. L. TIs
sot, Judge of the Hecond District Court for
the parlsh of Orlnans, dated .June . 1877, for
a-oi tnt of sail sui'mo .i.on
O., I,OT OF IIOUHlIHIiOLD FUINITITHE.
CHICOKENS. Iee.
''erms--l clh,. iv17 21 29
IMPROVED PiO l'PEit'1TY ON S )NIN HTI) STRI.ET,
IN THE, HEVENTH DIlITitiC'I'.
RU(CCEHHION ()OF Mt. AND MICH. ADAM
LIJIUMANN.
[igoe'ndl i)istrit'I (e'iri fr' the 'Parish of Orleans,
No. :11,497.
lIY PLACID, J. HPEAR, Alitliononr - Omffn
P 4O Royal strct- ()n NAT'TILDAY, August 4,
1877, at 11 o'0'lo(k m., will be sold 11,t t hill an,
thin at the Ht. Chirirles Aiu'tiin Exschalgl , on
Ht. (hlarh' s troot,. ItwoiWn O(ravI r and ICIiern -
mi n strll r t. by virtu Il lnd in pillrslllll'en ito aiI
Jorder from the llon. A. I,. Tmisot Judge of til,
Hoiondl Istri'cI ('lolrt for the i tarish o) Orli'ans
Idateil Jlilne 25, 1977, the rllt owilng thdeserllicl
proi orty, firlt, ' ir c'o lntiftat il Hl ' sidl' .iliill, to wit
A A,O'Fr)F O(i OIIND. tiogiPthr with the tll uild
ings and i1th, rov'lm lntl l ,thtrn , el.t.tuated in the
Sove/nth DI l'riht f Ithi I'Il y, designated by t he
No. 21. In Mqiii.re No. 24 A. Ci.iriiliton phinn
bounlldd hiv b ,''oodi. IlurIIthe Low.,trine ant.
CIlnton stri'slm. ni por plain (drawn by II. MoIl
lhnloen, surveyor. , i I1, lllolmon te,'. :10 r.ot
front oni iiMortod t rt, by a deptlii of ir0 foil. Ie
twoon paraill'l Ilnes.
Ternlms-Clsh on Iadt+dintion.'ln
A to, f t saleblHIfore re' l. I)het'l. Inotivy pIl(li'.
jy3 I1 1724 :i atll
EIGH'T I, LOTH OF ollOUND. FRONTINO (IN
UpporltineJoh+son and WaI.hi ngtonl st ritn ,
Foul rlih Distrilt..
SUCCESSION OF MAI IlE A. ZOIIINGOEt.
8ii'iid Dist riot Court for Ilth parish of Orleanis
No. 3i,43r.
BY PLACIDE ,. HSPEAJl Auctlouner- Oficte
No. 40 IRoyal street--HAI'UAD)A Y Alguiat 4.
1877, at 12 o'clock m . will be sold Iat publict a'
tlon, at tihell H. Chirles Auliction Exchllnne, on
Mt. Charles street, between (ravier andt Corn
mon strleets. toy virtue and 11i pu rsalnllne to anl
order from the, Ion. A. L. Tissot, Julian o f t1.he
MeLo0nd DIistrict Court for the parish of Orleans,.
dated J llun1 2, 1877, for alcmounlt of said slli'ee
slon. the following dtlorlbod vropertr, to wit
EI(ItIT CERTAIN LIOTl OF GROUND. sit
Ulated in thel Fourth Dlstrict of this cLity, eslig
n.ated bly the N)s. I. 2 3. 4. 1 I1. 12, 14. In square
No . 70. bounded by Jl,hnson, Washington, Up
perllne aiid (lalve.. rel't.l, nieasuring together
s feet lines frlnt lins front ,Ioh n strit, 121 foot
10 ililnchei' front and delth on Upporilno stree't,
120 feentfront and depth on Washinton street,
2'1 feet 11 Inches 2 lln.w on the reallr lInn:
Lot No. 1 florming tfill corner of Wiashington
and ,Johnson tr.lrlts. unit Lot No. 14 forming thie
earner of Uiptff'rline ind Johlinson strl'ts, the
whole seclording tno skeltch of Edrgar ril'. ar ihlt
toe., dated Iunllle 2a. 1917.
Terms-tUlnh on ainditllilratinn.
At of salo bfroe . M'. )iT. Dui'rit. iary Dub
lie, at the iexponswof thel oi rihas.lrs.
jyi 10i 17 24 31 illl4
VAILUABLE IMP'IiOVED I'PROPERTY (COIN E
OF ST. ANTHONY AND CELESHTINEi
HTREETH. THIRD DITRITCT.
HSUOOEHION O1 MARIIGAETIIA KLEIN.
Renolid Illitriet Ciiui rt for the parish of Orlleans -
No. 39,20o.
BY PLACIDE J. IPEAII. Auntionnor-Offion
S46 Itoyal stront--ATUItDAY, August 4.1;77,
at 12 o'clock m.. will bn sold at public auctlon,
at the St. Charles Auction Exhtiangn. on Ht.
Charlos striot, between (rravlir andt (ommon
street4, by virtue and In pur1suance to an order
from the IIon. A. I. Tissut, judge of thoe Second
DIIstrlt Conrt for the parish of Orleans, dated
June 20, 1877, tho following described property
for ar~ount of thle above Misli.sslon, to wit
HEVEN CERTAIN LOITH OF GROUND. to
aether with the buIIIdings and Improvements
teroon, sItuated In thie Third Dis)tritof this
city, desIgnated by tho Nos. diamond 1, diamond
2, diamonlld 4, diamond a. :i. cire ' 11.
circle 12, In tho sil nare boinlded by Ht.
Anthony. Celestlne. Glenius and BaIatello
streets, measuring together 191 feet 1o
inches 6 lines front and depth o.i Ceolesine
street. 160 fout 6 inches 2 IInes front and depth
on St. Anthony street, and lito fIrnt oInch, 1 2
lines on the roar line. lot No. diamond I forming
the corner of (Clesti n and Ht. Anthony streets.
Terms and Conditions-One-half cash on the
spot. thle balano- on a credilt of one, year, for
noto bearing special moltglgoe and vendor's
lien and privilege, with Intirest at tlhe rate of
elght D.r cent per annum from day of salte till
flnal payment. laluse of five per cent for attor
nov's fees. and all other usual clansmw.
Act of aein before M. T. Dueros, nolary pub
Ie, at then xpelnso of purchaser.
jy t10 17 24 :11
FURNITURE. HIN(GEILH HEWING MA
CHI[NE. ETC.
IN TlE MATTER OF TIIE MINORI BRI'ECH
TEL.
Serondl Dst rie't(,urt orI heri Patrlsh of OrlealIns
No. 39.419
RY PLABID)E J. SPEAR. A letionoer-Omeffl
No..i I Royval troot- TUEI)AY. July 17,
1877. at 10 o'clock a. m.. will bo sold at piublic
aulcit.ion, on Waslhington street., i.ltwicn An
uncniation and Laulrl strTeets. iiy virtue incl in
tiursuani.c to an ordle!r from the honorabltn A.
i. Tlissot. Jludgl of thie H.cnd Districit Coulrt
Sr tihe parish of OrlPans. datPd July 2. 1877, lor
a('c'coInt of the aibove 11lell'(issiIon the ctontents of
said premis, '1,iniinting in
HO' HEIOID FUR NI''TURE. SINGER'S
RI WIN(G MACHIINE, Etg.
Tirrms--C:n h. jyc 1217
J ULIO,
PORTRAIT PAINTER.
No. a Carondelet street, New Orleans.
" Portraits from life
or from pictures of
the deceased (in oil or
crayon, from $25 to
$150.
My ART GALLERY
is a place of free re
sort. and the public
is invited to visit it at
pleasure.
JAMES D. EDWARDS,
(Successor to Daniel and J. D. Edwards.)
STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AND ENGIN
EERS' SUPPLIES,
Manufacturer of the most improved
STEAM TRAINS FOR MAKING SUGAR,
And every description of
Copper, Brass and Sheet-Iron Work.
Dealer in Iron Pipe and Fittings for Steam,
Water or Gas; Brass and Iron Valves; Ccks;
Oil Globes; Steam and Water Gauges; Boiler
Tubes; Bol:s and Nuts; Punched Nilts; Log
Screw-: Washers; Rivets; Cistern, Well and
Force Pumps; Brass and Iron Wire Cloth; Rub
ber, Lubricatinz and Homo Pa'kig; Rub
ber Hose; B'lting; Lubricating, Lard, Signal.
Lins-e I and Headlight Oils;: White Lead; Cot
ton Wa-te; Cotton Stem Packing; Gas Pipe
Stocks and Dies: Pipe Cutters; Tongs;
Wr-nches: Pipe Vises; Jack Screws; Flue
Brushes; Flue Scrapers, etc.
Agent for the
CAMERON SPECIAL STEAM PUMP
-For
PUMPING JUICE AND SUPPLYING BOILERS.
Send for Price List.
I DI.DW
R. M. & B. J.. MONTGOMERY'S
Furniture Emporium,
ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET.
--0
The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture
Establishment in the City.
o
Constantly on hand. and at the LOWEST MAIIKET PRICES, the largest and beet seleot '
aesortment
To be found in the Bout consistlng of
Suits Upholstered in Brocatel, Cotolilne, Reps, Terry and Hair Cloth;
and Finished in Gilt.
MARBLE TOP INLAID OARD and FANOC TA'
BLE"; French PLATE MIRIBOR8 sed Patent Banas
OCAIIRB; fine BEDROOM BUIT, with French Plate
Drscssr irrarig (s.res and Armoire; magnifoens
French Pls.e HALL STANDS with HALL 0HAIB
to match; DININO-ROOM anz LIBBAtY SUITS of
every grade.
A complete asortment of MEDIUM and COMMON
FUINITUItE, of every grade suitable for eountry
and plantation use.
A large stock of boxed and knock down FDrnitnlt
and cabirs.
SPRING, HAIR and MOSS MATTREBSSES HAI
and FEATHER PILLOWS and BOLSTEIIS, ane
LOUNGES, made to order.
ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EA8ST
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 past patronage. we solirlt a continuance of the same In the future.
R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY,
Armory Hall. No. 87 Camp Street, New Orlesas.
mhs tf
RESTAURANTS.
BOUDRO'S RESTAURANT,
Lake Pontchartraln.
The proprltors .of Boudro's IEstauirant in
consideration of the prrement hard times and in
order to retain their past popularlty, beg re
scttfurlly to inform th npublic that thney have
GIlEIATI Y ItEDUCED THEIR PTO'ItEH.
A visit to Boudro's Restaurant will convin'eo
the most incredulous. It Is usnles to say that
the eIlslne and servnce are first-'lass.
jy6 Irn. JARY & HA USSE. Proprietors.
PHIENIX RESTAURANT.
LAKE PONTCHIARTRAIN.
Open for the season. Visitors entertained at
very reasonable prices. Iatlh houses for faiml
lii.s andi ladies are separate from the others.
jy4 im
TRIMCONI'm
IRENTAURBANT
ICE CREAM SALOON.
OUT ON TIlE PIER OF TIlE LAKE END
-Of the
PONTCHARTRAIN RAILROAD.
The finest of fish, fresh from the lakes. Choice
wines and liqunors always on hand.
All orders for meals can be left at TRISCONI'S.
corner of Canal and Decatur streets where they
will moot with proper attention. Prloos mod
erate. Jmis
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
LEON QUEYBOUZE. OSCBOAR BOI.
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PBODUCE, C
At the Blue Stores,
Corner Old Levee and Blenville streets.
del4'76 1v New Orleanp.
LILIENTHAL'S E
PHOTOGRAPH ART GALLERY.
1J1............ CANAL STREET ............ Ii
TOURO BUILDINGH. E
E
8
This well known establishment Is the largest
and most complete in the city of New Orleans.
The style of pictures made by L
LAMBERT'S PERMANENT PROCESS al
surpasses- uythlng that can be made at other q;
gallerles.
No one who is fully aware of the superiority
of this process, will go to the expense and trou
ble to have a picture taken that in a very short
tine will fade.
guarantee the LAMBERT to be rnly ic
ture that WILL NOT FADE.
my26 3m
UNDERTAKERS.
CHAS. C. JONES. JOHN G. BOCHE,
Formerly with Frank Johnson.
JONES & BOCHE, E
250 and 252 Magazine st. near Delord. .
Undertakers and Embalmers.
All business entrusted to the firm will receive a,
prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. ci
Oarriaces to hire. a8i ly st
A Third of a Century.
J. B. VINET, with E. VINET. j
BOOCKERY. CHINA. 3LASSWARE. AND
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS.
Over thirty years' experience in the business.
New store and new goods.
OT0 Canal street, betwees Bargtady and
Ramoart streets. fe2 I
iTIRGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN
Sdersigned is the sole I gent for the sale of
these well known and highly prized ROOFING
.LATtS. K,-ep .als',on hand a full snpply
if VER EdORT GREEN AND PURIPLE SLA I'FS
" the best analities, and a full line of PENN
ilYLVANI S A BuATES, of Bangor, Franklin and
tlher wed known quarre.. We invite the
momtBs mart m afmdm. mon
RAILROADS.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
4
Reorganlzed for the oummer of 1S77.
Working out of New Orleans via the N. O. and
M. I. bs.,nd presenting the following attractwiv
lines to the attention of all North-bound Tour
lets and Travelers:
Route No. I-All Rail.
Via Montgomery Columbus, Macon, Augusta,
Wirnlngton, alohmond.
62 Hours, New Orleans to New Tork.
The same time arways as by any other line.
Pullman Sleeping Cars to Opelika.
Solid Day Trains thenco to Augusta, with
Pullman bleeping Cars attached at Macon for
Wilmington.
Through train Wilmington to Richmond and
New York with Elgant Parlor Cars attached to
Ri'hmond--thence Pullman bleeping Cars to
New York.
ALL CHANGEO AT REASONABLE HOURS
AND INTO (LIAN AND PROPERLY
VENTILATED CARS,
Route No. 2-Bay Line.
Over the same lines to Wilmington as by Route
No. 1. Thence by 80ecial Parlor Cars to Ports
mouth. Va. Thence, at 5:30o . m. daily (except
tunday) by the magnificent steamers of the.
BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by New York
Express, arriving in New York at 2:06 p. m.
A sixty-nine hours' run--only seven hours in
excess of all rail time, with the advantage of an
undisturbed night's rest and superior accom
modations upon the Chesapeake Bay.
Route No. 3-The Old Dominion Line.
The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports
mouth as ,ioutes 1 and 2. Thence. on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 p. m. by the
magnificent sidewheel steamships of the OLD
DOMINION OOMPAN/. which invariably arrive
at their Now York wharves at 9 p. m.
A through run of 76 hours, combining the
essential elements of Cheapness, Speed and
Comfort.
Passengers should leave New Orleans Batur.
days, Mondays and Thursdays to connect close
ly with this Line.
For Tickets, Cheeks, Time Cards, an. all in
formation apply at the offices of the New Or
le,ans and Mobile Railroad.
A. POPE, General 'assen er Agent.
J. HI. WHITE. Southern Passenger Agent.
I. W. FOWLER, New Orleans Agent, corner St.
Charles and Common streets. my4 tf
GREAT JACKSON ROUTE.
NEW OBLEANS ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO
hsaILBOAD LINES.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS,
will depart and arrive as follows: from Calliope
street depot from July 15, 1877:
DEPARB. MVRE.
Express No. 1.5:o p. m. I Express No.2.10:30 a.m
Express No. .6:15a. m. I Express No. 4. 8:15 pm
Nos. 1 and 2 run daily, a and 4 dally excep';
Sunday.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CABS
through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago. Cai
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
train.
Friday evening's train makes no connection.
at Duquoin for Chicago.
Accommodation trains between New Orleans
and McComb City:
Leave New Orleans 3:so p. m. Saturday; and
7:30 a. m. Sunday.
Arrive 9:5 p. m. Sunday, and 9:30 a. m. Mon
dac ekets for sale and information given at n
Camp street. corner Common. under Cityotel.
A. D. SHELDON. Agent.
J. C. CLAeKE,
Vice President and General Manager. mhs,
THE NEW OBLEANS AND MOBILE BAIL
BOAD-MOBILE LINE
THE GREAT THROUGH EOUTE TO TN3
EAST. NORTH AND WEST.
Via Louisville via Atlanta an via St.Louts,
OCARRYING THE U. 8 MAIL,
Trains arrive and pepart from Depot. t ~ot of
Canal street. as follows:
DEPART. I ABIE.
Express......:46 a. m. Expres.....11:9 a m.
Expres...... 5:o . m. Express...... 9:ss D. m,
Coast.........3:15 D. m. I
Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati, Lou.
Isville. Nashville and St. Louis without change.,
and only one change to Now York and Eastern
cities.
Ticket Office. corner of Camp and Common
streets, opposite CiOtty HoteL
D. B. ROBINSON. Bnperintend't
mh2 tf J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent.
JAMES LINGAN.
ATTORNEY AND t)oUNSELLOR AT LAW,
mr· 122 Graver street.
P. 0. FAZENDE,
Stock, Note and Bond
BROKER.
OFFIC'E-No. 175 COMMON STEET.
mh24 tf
PREMIUM BONDS
ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOB SALE IN
SUMS TO SUIT.
LEGISLATIVE WARBANTIS
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