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SOUTHERN NEWS.
Loateulmlanas.
The Jefferson Sentinel wants a State press
association.
The pecan crop this year will be large and
of the beet quality.
Dinah Eggleson, colorerl, aged 116, tlied in
Thit.laux August 2d.
Delta complains of being overrun with
thieves from Vicksburg.
The Quarterly Conference of the Meth(odist
Church is now in session at M ansfleld.
Shreveport Is to have a town clock erected
in the tower of the ]'resbyterianl church of
that place.
The stuhible cane in Terrehonne, about
which there was so, much anxiety at one time,
is now In excellent condition and will make a
Jfull crop.
layout Cane, Ter!rrconne, boasts of an 0old
veteranl of Napoleon's armly, 1J. Linerar by
ramne, aged ninety-five. He is a member of
tho Legion of Honor.
The Terrobonne Progress, Iublished by
Jolet and printed at HoIuna, is an excellent
paper, full of local and general news. It Is
published in French and English.
Calllou Island, in Terrebonne parish, and
facing directly on the gulf, is growing in favor
and becoming a groat place of summer resort
with people in ULr northern portion of the
BtatA.
Mr. Dangean has dug a drainage canal on
his Mary plantation, in the upper part of St,
Charles parish, which reclaims nearly all of
the marsh land of the place. This land,
hitherto uncultivated, is now planted in corn.
Hogs continue to roam at large in St.
Charlee, amtwithstanldlng a police jury ordi
tance to the' contrary. The St. Charles IHer
aid proposes as a remedy- not the arrest of
the hogs. but of the road overseers and syn
dies who fail to execute the law.
Here is a strange advertisement of Torm
Anderson in tile Opelousas .Journml,;
The public are hereby warned not to pur
chaso hogse or pigs from any of the hands
living on my Camp Hamilton plantation, as
said hogs or pigs are poisoned.
THos. C. ANDI)f~E N.
Father Joseph Specht, a Catholic priest of
Milwaukee, on his way to Texas, was left
behind by a train on Morgan's road at La
fourche station. He got to the depot justas
the train was leaving and started to run after
it In order to catch it but after running a few
yards fell over and died instantaniously.
The black birds and raccoons and even
wears, are committing depredations on the
corn crop in the back fields of Terrebonne,
esplecally along Bayou Black. Several plant
ers are d evising means of preventing this.
Among others Mr. H. C. Minor, who has
smeared tar all around his field, believing
that the odor of tar would drive away these
destroying animals.
"We have been informed," says the DeSoto
Democrat, "'ly several parties from the par
ish of Sabine, that after an investigation of
the facts the behcxI l Board of that parishl
have passed a resolution declaring J. Fisher
nmith, the late treasurer of that bodly, to be
a defaulter for a considerable sum of the
schxool money. We understand, however,
that Mr. Smith claims that he can show satis
factory vouchers for, every dollar that has
passed through his hands, and we trust he
can do so, for we cannot believe him guilty of
this rimne, until we know it to be a fact."
The body of a colored man was found on
Morgan's road at the 21 mile post, near
Boutte Station parish of St. Charles. l.e was
a stranger in the parish, having arrived there
with a friend only a few days before. It is
supposed he was murdered by his friend, as
his pockets had been rllled, and the body
showed signs of violence. After the murder,
the murderer borrowed a spade from some
one living near, on some flimsy pretense, dug
a grave and buried his victim. The grave at
tracted the attention of the railroad hands
who opened it and found the bodyof the man,
who evidently had been killed but a short
time before.
Mluulntlppl.
The fish in the Mississippi river near Vicks
burg are dying in large numbers.
The Democracy of Jackson county have
nominated their full ticket for county officers.
The 'Canton Mrril thinks there is a proba
bility of several independent candidates in
Madison.
A convention of teachers has been called to
meet in Jackson on the s th of August with
a view of organizing a teachers' assoclation.
Starkvillovoted on thei liquor question last
week, and decided by a majority of sixty
three not to allow the sale of liquor in the
town.
Ed. Mayes, son-in-law of L. Q. C. Lamar,
has been appointed to anid accepted the pro
fessorship of law in the State University at
Oxford.
The little town of (;reenville, Washington
eounty, the other day voted a town subscrip
tion of $5O,000 to the Gr.eenville and Deer
Creek Railroad.
The Summit District Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church held their quar
terly session in Sutmmit last Friday and Sat
urday. There were about forty ministers
present.
A quari'el arose between Mr. Bailey Phillips
and his oldest son, Caswell Phillips, at his
residence, three miles from Lauderdale, last
week in which his sdn cursed him ; whereupon
a younger son, William, who was present,
gathered a piece of wood and struck his bro
ther over the head, from which he died soon
afterwards.
Henry Barker, the colored man who killed
Joe Mosely, in 1875, was killed at Utica, Sat
urday night, by Elijah Davis, colored, while
in a drunken broil. Davis got in a difficulty
with a negro named Buck. Buck stabbed
him, inflicting a very dangerous woind in the
side. Davis says he shot at Buck-that Buck
dodged and Barker caught the ball through
the brain.
There was an accident to the outgoing A. and
C. R. R. train near Meridian on Monday with
fatal result to two of the train men. At the
far end of the Warrior river long trestle the
engine ran off the track and fell to the
ground, ten feet, upsetiing in its fall. The
engineer, Joseph Osborn, and ,his fireman,
Thomas Hendricson, were so seriously in
jured and scalded that bIoth have since died.
A young man by the name of Frazer was
killed on Friday, 13th inst., on Crape creek,
four miles north of luntsville, by a man by
the name of Killough. The cause of the kill
pa'' was that Killough was paying his ad
r ýses to a sister of Frazer, and while they,
j,.Jeveral others, were bathing, at the time
*, "lace above mentioneId, Frazer told Kil
fongh of a joke he was intending to or had
already played off upon him in connection
with his and his sister's courtship, from
which Killough made the attack, cutting
Frazer's throat almost from car to ear.
Texas.
The sheriff of Woxod county has been mur
dered by one Cabe Dowell, district clerk.
The Editorial and Press Association of Texas
meets at Fort Worth on the 4th of September.
Cotton worms are doing serious mischief in
some of the river and creek bottoms of this
State.
The strikers at Marshall are said to be of
Tom Scott's recent importation front the
North.
Tihe jail at Houston is considered such an
insecure prison that all the prisoners are kept
Ill irons.
The Galveston C('ristian Adrocale, which
was burned out at the late fire, has again
made its appearance.
At Adkins' Hill, in the eastern portion of
Freestone county, on the 29th of July, a man
named Clearidgte was killed Il y his father-in
law, Jno. Harrison.
On the evening of the 25th ilt. an attempt
was made to burn the railroad bridge across
the Colorado at Columbus. The lire was for
tunately discovered by a Mrs. Turnbull and
extinguished by lMr. T. and others whomn he
caled to his assistance.
A shooting affray occurred at Macon on the
morning of July 30th. A Mexican and a
white woman got married, and between thirty
and forty Mexicans and a number of white
men iarticipated in a dance. Mexicans, all
armed with six shooters commenced hostili
ties towards morning. the sheriff endeavor
ing to interfere and arrest parties was fired
at. The whites ran for their arms, and then
about a hundred shots were exchanged. The
dMexican who started the shooting was
shot through the lungs and died im
mediately. Another Mexican loader was
shot through both legs; wounds not danger
ous. A third one is reported wounded, but
has not been found. No white man was hurt.
The Mexican killed is a stranger here, as are
the majority of the Mexicans implicated in tile
shooting.
The Han Antonio ErprcRN says the fight bo
tween the Pierce road and the Morgan linles
still continues, and rates are still falling--as
low as thirty-flive cents per 100 pounds hav'
ing been given fronm NOw York to (hero, by
the Morgan people-while Mr. I'lorce is
making eighty-live cents through, thus mak
ing the rates nearly equal, and cutting t.hem1
to the lowest point ev'r experenced in thaIt
section.
WANTS.
SITU A~IONR WANTED-FEMALEI.l
Go rernemses, Companions, etc.
Ar RESPEC''ABLE YOUNG IAD)Y OF 7111
cc "ity wishes to obtain a sltualti.a in the
country, where sihe will I,' willing to instruct
yo ,ung hiltrn. or dto housework and plain
sewing. A good ilhome more o an object than
wages. , Adires A. E. (!.. this rmfl''. tnt tw
saleswomen.
TITANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY-A 8IT
SV utiin as saleslady in a store Referenllce
given ntd requiretd. Addretss AJENNIE, this
offile. * jy3 l1w
Wet Nurses.
D-TITANTEl-A I ITUATION BY A YOUNG
f wlomanl as Wet nurse, Addr'oss M., Demto
Brat ofil'.e, antl Iw
Cooks. Nlrses. Chambermaids, Etc.,
WUTANTED-A SITUATION AS CO(OK OR
V to rcook, wash or Iron. Apply to MRS.
FRITZ, cornor Sixth and Liurel. _ anam at
WIANTED-A SITUATION AS COOK IN A
V I'rlvato family by a creole woman. Apply
at Mrs. CAINNY'S. Calliope strect, between
t Constance and Annrunciation, au5 3t
W ANTED-A SITUATION BY A RESPEC
table woman, to do huse work. nutrse and
plain sowing. Address T. F., this office.
atU4 it.
W ANTED- A SITUATION iBY A YOUNG
white girl to nurse or do housework. Ad
dress E. M.. this offlee. aui3 1W
WIANTED-A SITUATION TO COOK,WASH
M r or Iron by a middle-aged woman. Addhress
Mrs. WILKENHON, this o0fleo. alnt at
rWTANTED-A PITUATION BY A WH[TE
V woman to cook or wash nlll iron. Addross
1 E.M.. Democrat. office. _l n: 1w
W ANTED-BY A NEAT. TIDY WOMAN.
ia situation to cook and do house'work.
Good reference's given if rcluired. Addrttrs
MAGGIE, this office. nu2 1w
SWJANTED-BY A RIESPECTAIBLE Y(TOlG
T girl a situation to nssist ill house work.
sewing or washing. Address E. M., ltis offcce.
ail 1w
TJTANTED BY A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
YV a situation to acok and do house-work
and make herself generally useful.
- Address M, K.. this offio. aul 1w
TTANTED-A SITUATI[O BY A RESPECT
Y ahle young girl to do plain cooking. Ad
dress E. BM., hlis -o,,le . tatl_ iw
WT ANTED-BY A YOUNG GERMAN GIRT,
a situation to nurse and do housework.
Address 117 Conti street. jy:ti lw
SITUATIONS WANTED-MALEM.
Clerks and Salesmen.
IATANTEI)-A (IROCER'S ('LERlK OF
V V twelve years' oxp;rln'te dresis roemploy
menrit. Address C. D., 229.§ IPerdido street, 'ity.
-u5 3ti
ATANTEDI-EMPLOYMENT BY A BOY
V aged 14 years in a store to make hilmself
useful, and writes a plain hand. Aplly at No.
189 Dryadesstroet. au4 1W
- *TANTED-BY A BOY, AGE lo-A SITUA
T tion in a store wheltre he ' make him
self usu)fl,. References given alld required.
Adldr'ss D. S. B.. this offitie. jy31 1w
HELP WANTED-FEMALES.
Chambermalds, Cooks, Nurses, etc.
W ANTED-AN INDUSTRIOUS AND TIDY
wonman for cooking and hotuse work. Io'
ferences requiretd. Apply at No. 55 First street.
jo30 tf
TANTED-AT LABOR AGENCY 128 GIROD
V near Camp street, established In 1847 ten
Cooks, Laundresses and House Girls. WM.
CLELLAND. Je24 tf
TO RENT-ROOMS.
WITANTED TO RENT--A SMALL TWO
V story house or a cottltge, with three or
four rooms: central location desir'oe. Address
,QUID. Democrat offle. at.5 1w
I.TANTED TO RENT---A EA'ILY FUR
I Y nished house ion St. Lottlis street. Adlress
WIDOW, this office. a_ nt it
WTTANTED-TO RENT. WITH BOARD. TWO
SV large, airy and comfortably furnished front
rooms, in second story, gallery all rountl, con
venient to two lines of cars table always sux
plied with the finest that the market affords.
No one need apply unless well recommended.
Address X. X. X.. Democrat office. jy7 tf
WANTED-PUPILS.
TITANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY-A SIT
TV uation as teacher in a private family or
institute. No objection to go to the country.
Has had seven years' expterience. Reference
given if required. Address S. M. B.. this
office. jy:il w
WITANTED-BY A TEACHER, THE CARE
V of a house from the 1st of July to the 1st of
I November. Satisfactory references will.
given. Address D.. this offlce. ie24 tf
IWANTED-BY A TEACHER, A POSITION
to teach, in either a family or a school.
for board for self and two children. Andress
" D." this office. ju24 tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
"WVANTED-TO TAKE CIIARGE OF A
house for the summelnlr season,. or longer.
by art sponsiblu lady. Best of re'ference. Ad.
dress Mrs. C., D)cmocirat offioe. au5 1w
'TTANTED--A YOUNG MAN AND WIFE,
V without incumbrancets. desire a situation
in country or city--man to cook or take care of
horses: woman to nullllrse or dr) sewing. Apply
at 2,eo Poydras strett. aiu4 At
W ANTED-A SITUATION BY AN INDUR
trious middle-aged woman where she can
make herself generally useful. Address J. M.,
this office. aul 1w
W ANTED-TO SELL GOODS FOR SOME
S wholesale house in NIw Orleans. by a
young man who will travel over Louisisna and
Texas on business. Address JAMES B. BAIRD,
East Point, Red River, La. jy31
W ANTED-AN ACTIVE PARTNER WITH A
capital of from five thousand to ten thou
sand dollars.to engage in a payin g manufac
turingbusiness. Address ENTERPRISE. this
offttle. jyy l 1w*
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS
Sserved a renular apprenticeship at the
btiiness of boot, shoe and gaiter upper manu
facturing, a situation either at his trade or in
any other capacity where he could make his
servites valuable to his employer. The ve ry
b'est of 'ity references given. Address 8. A.,
Democrat office. jy31 1W
TANTED- BILLS FOR COLLECTION.
'Particular attention paid to the collection
of all bills entrusted to my care. The under
signed will make an arrangement with mer
chants, physicians or any one having bills for
collection, at a small salary, or very small Der
centage. Satisfaction guaranteed and the very
btest of recommendations furnished as to hon
esty and caunacity. Address COLLECTOR. care
Democrat Offnie. ie27 tf
TIJANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN. FORMER
V ly 'ounnecttd wtih till' Prt.ss of Mississippi.
a situation. Hlas ian lxtetnsive aclquaintance
through',ut the Soutliwest; is possess'd of btusi
nt'ss c'aDacity and t'tt'rgy. Hats hal extensive
extterience and practice at, trav'ling and solicit
ing agent, and is willing t dievote his tmir till
lhb' 1st of S','t'tmber in t,(luiring irfou nation
about and the details of the liii' of btsitess
preparatory to traveling, for a very snall com
pensattiun. Address B., Democrat office.
jyl8
TIRGINIA ROOFING 8LATES--THE UN
Sdersigned is the sole agent for the sale of
these well known and highly prized ROOFING
SLATES. Keeps, also. on hand a full supl l
of VERMONT GREEN AND PURPLE SLA 'E
of the best qualities and a full line of PENN
SYLVANIA LATES. of Bangor, Franklin and
other well known quarries. We invite the
closest inspection on the part of builders, con- I
tractors and practical slaters.
ALEXANDER HILL,
el sm 110 Garondelet street,
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND AHATEUR REGATTA
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
RIVER1D)E ROWING CLUB
AT THIE
NEW LAKE END,
Monday anll Tueday, Auguast 6 and g,
Open to all regular organizedz boat lubtb
in the State of Loulniana.
Rares.
Monday-Ringle Re:nll shell, I).olle Shell,
Four-oared 0Gig.
Tiuelday--Hngl Reull Worklng Doalnt Four
oared Barge, Four-o(ared nhell.
Elegant prz17 for nath menubllr of winning
craw.
Regatta (ommittee.
E. A. BUIRKE, Chairman:
Hon. R. E. Diamoond, Hon. It. H. Wilde.
George Kuhner, John Kuhlman.
Henry Whelage. Henry A. Delpommlor
jyt .taw
SPECIAL NOTICESB.
-The People's Bank of New Orleans
e New Orleans. August r, 1877 -This bank has re
9 moved to the NEW BANKING HOUSE, corner
of Decatur and Customouasn streets.
au 10ot N. LANI)RY, Cashier.
} Headquarters First ieLIment Loulesana
Field Artillery-Battery C. Attention: Theofmf
cors and members of this Batte'ry are ordelredl
to attend the regular monthly meeting, which
will take place on MONDAY. August 16.177, at
S7%. p. m. sharp. Puncctuacl aittendancet is cn
joined on every mrmltmr, as matters of illpor
taner will ,he brought before the meeting.
By order: E. A. GUIBET, (Capetain.
L L. CABocIct, Orderly Sergeant. aur. 20t.Mk*
People'wlBank of New Orleans-New Or.
loans, Aug. 2 1877-This bank will be removed to
t- the new Ibanking houeese, earner of De'catulr and
( Customhouse streets, on MONDAY. tlhn etlch Int.
Il au4 8t. M. LANDIIY. Cashier.
Delinquent Taxpayers-Cltizens' Navings
- Bank, Grunewald Hall, 22 Baronne street, New
I Orleans, July r, 1877-This HAVINGS BANK
will advance to Laborers, Mechanics, Clerks.
etc. the money necessary to pay their taxes
under Act oE of 1877, and repayment may be
made to the Bank in weekly or mnonthly in
stallments. M. BkNNER.
jy, tf Cashier.
For the Lake - Ofll f New Orleans
SCity Railroad Company, N l 24 Canal street
New Orleans, May 22 1877.-Until further notice
trains for the Lake will leave the city every hour
from r, o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m.. end
every half hour from 3 p. m. to 9:30 p. m. The
last tralnlwlll leave the Lake End at 10:30 o'clock
- p. m.
I ny23 tf C. 0. LEWISB, Secretary.
FOR RENT.
1ýOI RENT AT MANDEVILLE-A ('OT
k I tare containing four rooms, with privllege
of hath-hotuse. one bIlock from scI t.enimbloat. wharf
on lake sho,re. Ient $40 for the season. Ad
dress K. L. M., Democrat office. aul
S Olt RENT-NO. 85 TCHOUPITOITLAH HT.,
corner of Eighth. Rent $2,. Apply to L.
WEIL,. 16 Chartres street, or corner of Tehoupi
toulas and Pleasant streets. nut Iw
- OR RENT--NO. 14 EIGHTH STREET.
I Rent $7. Apply to L. WELL. 16 Chartres
street. or corner of Tlehoupitoulas and Pleasant
streets. aul 1w
IA1UItNISHEI) ROOMS TO LET-FOUR OR
Slive gentleme n ban he aneo nmodated with
large., airy furnished rooms at No. 51 South
"Riampart str.et, eorner of (Commn,le with or
without board. Terms to suit the times.
jyal lw
TOR RET--TIIE COTTAGE. NO. 143 ELY
S l' Slan Fields street. con:aining eight rooms,
kitchen, servant's room, two wells anwl a cis
torn, together with several large lots and stable.
The above is suitable for a large dairy, dray
- men or a gardener. Renit cheap to a good
1. tenant. Apply at No. 141 Carondelot street.
joe28 If
-IOR RENT AT MANDEVILLE-A COTTAGE
' on lake~hote. completely furnished. near
Colome's Hotel. Parties renting the above can
obtain boarders, which will more than defray
f expenses. For partibulars call at No. 146 Caron
delet street. je28 tf
FOR SALE.
OR 01 SALE-ONE FARIQ UIJHA lt RICE
rThrcrsher, No. 3, nearly now; can Ie tcliv
',red imeni'ediately. Apply to H. (iALLY, 177
(! lnmon street, or at Mechanics and Tralrs'
Bank. anc5 1w
F(OR SALE-ONE BAY-ROAN HORSE, EIGII
- teen hands high h:7 years cld: can trot faster
than any large horse In the State, either with or
without load; kind and gentle In every resopet.
- Can b e: ,e.n at any time ccrner Calland1cci Tont I,
at P. HOLTEN'S stable. H114 1t*
F LOR SALE--THREE BOILERS. 22 FEET
- long and :3; inches diameter, with mild and
) steam drums. Will be delivcrod'c a ntany point
t on Upltr Ceout. Atply to E. LONERtY & SON.
1.2 71.
For aule.
A Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MACHINE,
new and in perfect order, will be sold very
cheap. Address MACHINE. Democrat office.
myl tf
BOARDING.
SELECT PRIVATE BOARDING-COMFORT
ably lurnished front rooms can be obtained.
with or without board, by the day, week or
I month, by applying at the elegant private resi
t dence No. 144 Carondelet street. Parties in
search of home comforts 'will find this a rare
opportunity. A fine bath-room also attached to
the house. References exchanged. je28 tf
COPARTNERSHIPS.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
isting between the undersigned. under the
1 firm of A. A. GktEENWOOD & CO., is this day
dissolved by mutual agreement. Mr. A. A.
Greenwood is charged with the sole liquida
tion of the affairs of the late firm.
A. A. GREENWOOD.
HENRY GEHL.
New Orleans, July 7, 1877.
T IHE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
- the business for his own account, and all
persons having any claims against the late
firm of A. A. Greenwood & Co. will present
them for immediate liquation to
A. A. GREENWOOD.
47 Magazine street.
- New Orleans, July 7.1877.
I TN REFERRING TO THE ABOVE THE
undersigned begs to thank his friends for
the patronage bestowed on the late firm, and
solicits of them a continuahce of same for the
new 1lam, where he will be ready to serve them
as heretofore.'
jy8 tf HENRY GEHL.
NOVICE.
Crockery, China, Glass and Hardware,
AT NET COT PRICEQ.
rN ACCOUNT OF LIQUIDATION THE
entire sto,'k in trade of the late firm of
GAINES & RELF
is offeredt for slelt at net 'ost prices. for cath,
Purchasers are req uested t, call I before Puurchas
Sing. and may rely on finding extraordinary
egood bargains and at prices lower than can iee
f(,eund elsewllere.
l'arties desiring FIRST CLAP.S GOODS at
YERY LOW IPRICES will do well to eall.
J. G. GAINEy, eSolo LiqUidLator.
e10 Canal street.
New Orlans. Jilly 1. 1s77. de:ei lot
ir N eVER FAILS!
MANY USE IT! !
MORE WANT IT! ! !
ALL CAN HAVE IT!!! I
Every housekeeper in the land should use
KITCHEN CRYSTAL SOAP
For all household purponces, for scouring and
polishing TIN. BRASS, COPPER. ZINC, STEEL
and all other metallic ware. It will HCOUR
KNIVES and FORKS. WASH DISHES CLEAN
PAINTS, POLISH WINDOWS, SCRUB 'LOORS
and a good deal more than all other soaos com
bined will not do. It removes every kind and
every particle of dirt, grease or stains from
whatever it is applied to without injury to the
ware. The best thing in the world for the hands.
Let every man rejoice, that whatever dirty work I
he may be engaged in, with
HITCHEN CRIISTAL SOAP
he may wash his hands cleanof it. It costs but
the moderate priceof an ordinary laundry soap,
Can be used in hard or soft water. Tney who
try it once will always use it jyl4 tf
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
SHERIFF MALER.
Mrsm. Maria Roberts vs. Er. Win. H. Hla
comlbe.
rp IIIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
A parish of Orleans, No. 23,731-By virtue of it
writ of s,!Wire and uol, to me directed by
the honorable the Third District Court for
the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled
'lfuse, I will proceed to sw!:l at public a' io,n.
at the Merchants and Auctioners' Exchange,
IRoyal street., htween Canal and Customhouso
street. in the S. cod District of this city, on
TrItIRI DAY, August 2:. 1877. at. 12 o'clock m.,
the fllowing dcecribed property, to wit
A (ERt''A IN LOT OF (i hOUND, together with
the buildings and imn rovewnents thereon. rights.
pritvilegt,. stltlnmsl, ways. ervy,tudes Iand tD
pllrtenancs I hereunto belonging, or in anywise
lapportainintg situntutd in thI First District of
this city. disignaiteid by the numbeiur on,r in
sqlluare number a ixty-nine. on a lan by LJfon,
etso nurvyor, dlttted the ilfteenth of May. 18o7.
depositced in the II llo of Lou is T. Cairo, late
notiry p ublic In this city, which said lot of
ground forms one of the corners of Colis.Uml
and Melpomene streets. and measures sixty
three foot oleven inhoes two lines front on Coll
seum street. eighty feet six inches in depth and
front on MelpDoinmne street, seventy-six feet one
inIh nine lies in depth on the side line adjoin
ingthe propertty formerly owned by Mrs. Mt.
touces, and thirty-elight feet five Inches four
Ilnes in width In the rear. Belonthesancm prop
erty acquired by the defendant by purchase
from Capt. John Grant as per act pased before
Geo. William Christy, notary public in this city,
datedl the eleventh of January, 1870.
Seized In the above suit.
Terms-This being the second and last. auc
tion, the said pro erty will be definitely adju
dicated to the highest anld last bidder for what
it will bring, at twelve months' credit, the pur
chaser furnishing bond with good and solvent
security bhearing eight per cent interest per
annum from date, and special mortgage on the
property sold until final payment. Maid pur
chaser will have to deduct and pay In cash tthe
printing, sheriTffs and clerk's fees, etc.. which
amount to about one hundred and twenty-five
dollars; and. furthermore, the State. parish and
munllipal taxes, the amount of which is not
yet asccertained.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Shoriff of the Parish of Orleans.
alnc 1 121 23
The C'lty of New Orleann vs. Widow J.
fMarie (C.llvertie. 5am3e vs. Hsma!; same vs.
MariE JoEsphin (Couverti; 3Hsam ln vs. Widiow
.Jos f1hi nl' C(o'uvorlti '; sarne , vs. samef; sanle
vs. slaflme.
UPETIE(LOR IITHSTRICT COURT FOR THE
) parish of Orlealns. Nos. 35,444, 35,445, 51,337
e,9,154, 69,207 and 81t.Rl--By virtue, of six writs of
lori facias to mes, directedl by the honorabil+ the
Nuperior J)istrict Court for the parish of Or
lsliens, in the nlabove enltitled eatuses, for city
taxes of 1871. 1873, 1874 and 1875, I will Jpreced to
s3ill at lublli,' aultion, it .the Morrhants and
Aue'tioneeors' Exchange. Royal st r,'t., betwern
Canal lland Customollseo streets, in the Ho3eond
D)istrict of this city. oin HA'TI'UDAY. Augllst. 2,
1877. at. 12 o'1lock hm., the following dlescribfid
propfrt'y to wit
I. A GERtTAIN LOT OF GROUND. sitlnted
in the Second District of this city, in 8squalre1
n33lllnier one0 hunIIdrId and nllint y-snven,. bound
fd4 by St. Philip. Ul)main., Robertson and ('lai
borne stree'ts, dlosignated as lot nlumlbelr sevefn
teffn measu1,1ring thlirt,y-one fee(t front on Si.
Philip streoet by one lllundrfed and twenty-seven
feet in depth.
2. A (CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND situated
in the Seconi .District of tllis oity. in squllare
number two hundred and elhty-four. bounded
by Gtilve, St. Ann, Dunrainif and 3Miro street.s,
designated asI lot nfmllllbfrten, miasul ins thirty
four feet, front on Galvez street by one hundredl
feet in delfth.
3. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated
in the Third District of this city. in square nu3n
her two hundred and slxty-eight, bounded by
]Ikgatelll'. ). Anlltholy, Bllrgulndly and Rampart
streets, designated as lot number thirteen.
meas3urling thirty-two ff'lt, frontf on BJgatellI
street. by ninety-six feet in depth.
HMized in the abovef suits.
Terrns-C-(ais on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Clvi; Sheriff of the 'Parish of Orleans.
.jy21 a r; 25
lMUCCEM.ION NOTICEN.
MiSncesr on of Nicholas Boncnman.
S.ºECOND DIST RICT COURT FOR THE PAPI
1.ish of Orlearns. No. 39,579--Notice; is hereby
given to the creditors of this estate, and to all
other persons hereini, nterested, to show cause3
within ten dfays from the present notiflcation, if
any tihey ha.ve or nil, why the account pre
sefntedl by E. T. Parker, pubhli aldminis;trator
and adfminist ator of this atnate. should not
bef apItrov d and hofmoiogfatd, and tIh funds
distributed it. accordance therewith.
By order of the court.
.jy2s a3ra G* JOHN HERBERT. Clork.
ueccession of F. A. Ruelle.
`SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
7 ishl f Orleans. No. 3. tl--Whereas. E. T.
IParker. public 3u1ninistrator.has ptitionedlthe
coulirt. for letters of adlllnistrationi on the eosate
,f thbo latebF. A. 1IHutllf,, deeOamed, intestate. Notice
is herehy given to all whom it lmay oncern,l
to shofwcausewithin ten days why the prayer of
the3 said petlitioner should not be granted.
By order of the court.
jy28:nf12 6* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Mucreslion of Thomas Torp'e.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
Sish of Orleans, No. 33.612-All persons having
clalms against the nai,,vS succfessioln are re
fnest53d to present the same within ten3 days
from da'e to the underslgned.
WILLIA 81 H. IREYNOLDS.
Administrator sucression of Thomas Torple,
(Iron Works) Delord. corner Fulton street,
New Orleani. au2 I11
Succession of Frank, alias Ferdinand
Baumfer and of his wife Catherine Baumor.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
, ishl of Orleans, No. 39,254-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 pre
sented by Minn Baumer, administratrix of
those enta(t,4f, should nor. be approved and
homologated. and the funds distributed in ac
cordance therewith.
By order of the court.
jy28 a3u2 ;* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Succession of Henry Duvlau.
A IL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
AL.the sLn'cfssion of Henry Duviau, will pre
sent them in the ten days at Mr. W. E Murphy
attorney at law cornr of01 Royal and Cfustonlhollse
streets.
aul 6 13* M. VERGNOLE.
CONSTABLE MALES.
Theodore Hramer vs. Jeremiah Dermody.
OURTH JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans, No. 4789--By virtue of a writof
fleri facias, to me directed by the Hon. F. B.
HlOrnandez, Fourth Justice of the Peace for
the parish of Orleans. I will proceed to sell at
public auction.on SATURDAY, August 11, 1877.
at 12 o'clock m.. in front of my office. No. 7
Frenchmen street, in the Third District of this
city, the following described property to wit
ONE LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
as per inventory on file at my offiro..
Setzed in the above entitled and numbered
suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
WM. H. HAYS,
1331 an6 11 Constable.
Paul Bonselneur and Virgil Bonsel
gneilr, testamentary exeOcutors of J. B. Bon
seligneur and wife vs. Emnma Hill.
-IRST JUSTICE COURT FORI THE PARISH
Iof' f Orleans, No. 123:--By virtue of a writ
of fieri fawas, to me directed by the Hon. J.
Paris ('hildross, first justice of the pfeaceo in and
for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell
at public Huf3tion3, on SATUI'DAY. Afugust 11.
1877. at 12 o' clock Im., at my warehouse No. 13:)
Julia street, the following described pIroperty,
to wit
ONE LOT OF HIOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
as 3pr inventory on ilIe in rnyoff1ice..
Peized in the, above entitled and numberedl
TIerlm,-C-(a -h on tht spOt.
3l Ii .JOIIHN F. WOOD. (c',,nst;a,le.
REGATTA.
The .-t, .1,,.r JENNIE will a. mr.,mm,datre ail
pDar3i30 l,:-i"ing t, w3itness the IRgatta, MION
DAY and TUESDAY. August C and 7, receiving
an3l ilmding passeng'trs at New Lake End. Fare
'1 'Ift'3S. A.commodatifn, ample, all 3:t
NEW CROP TURMIP SEED.
By steamor Lone Star, from New York, I have
received a full supply of 'IURNIP SEED. this
year's growth. I also have in store a complete
assortment of SEASONABLE SEEDS, which I
offer at low-st market rates, in bulk or papers.
Orders respectfull solicited.
Jy22 im RICHARD FROTSCHER.
No. 15 and 17 Dumainestre-t.
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
rHERIFF SALES.
The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. Alfred
flotte:psame vs. sainm: Rame vs. Rsame; same
vs. sRant: sRInp vs. Vsiame s me vs. same;
Raine vs. samnt; aemne vs. Alfred Flotte.
UPlEltlOt l)IHTrI.'L(T COUItt' FOIL THE
p.r Dish of ()rleansr, Nos. 24 931, 14,I+35, 12.170.
30,748, 90(,3, 71.1197. HI ,:ISt nd 4;l6r-Bly vir
tue of eight writs of flerl feias, to me direiteid
by the honorabll th huperlor Ills riot Court.
for the parish if Orleans. In the above entitled
ePnuIsO , for c·ity tax.0o of 8I8t, 1409), i rt7i, 1071, 1 .73.
1874, 1475 and 171;, Iwill proienfd to soll at pub
li' auction, at tile Moreiants arl Auctioneers'
Exehange, iRoyal street. between Canal and Cus
tomhouse sire' tR. In the Hecond I)irtriet of this
clty, on HA'T'UItUA'Y. Augh t 25. 1877, pt 12
o'ilok in.. too following desoribod property,
to, wit
A CERTA1f LOT OF (ITOUND, situated
in the Third Dlitriet of this clty, In sqluare
numb.er three huInrd and eighty-one,
boundldl by Korlorae, DEsplanwl,1 IBt. (mllldn
antd Marais strelts, designated tas lot number
sixten9l, measuring thirty tent front on Eerliree
street iby An hundredil and eleven f.ot in depth.
Heized in the above suits.
Terrms--Ctash on the spot.
THOMAq H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.,
]y24 RUa 25
The City of New Orleans vs. John Rappold.
1U0PERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans, No. 91.712-L- y virtue of a
writ of fleri facia,. to me directed t. y the honor
able the Huperior District Court for the parish
of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, for city
taxies of 1875, I will proceed to sell at public
aultion, at the Merchants ahd Auctioneers' Ex
changei, Royal street, betwreen Canal and Crus
tomhlouse sitr'-s, in the, econd DIstrict of this
city. on HATURIIDAY. Augut 25, 1877, at 12 o'clock
m., the following drescribed iproperty. to) wit
1. A CERTAIN LOT OP GROUND, situated
In the First District of this city. in square
number one hundred arnd forty-five, iOnlnded by
Magazmine, I(tac, Constance and Orange streets,
drsiglnateod as lot niumber eloeven, measuring
ilfty-four feet front on Magazineo street by one
huindrod feet in de ith.
2. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND,
situated in the Fourth District of this city, in
sqIuare nrllinterl elven, )ounrlledoi by Levee,
HSeventh, Water and Sixth streets, designatend as
follows: Lot, "C," formlng the corner of Levee
and S(Hventl streets. neasullrinrg twenty-six feet
front on Loveor stret ivsixty-eight fort in dlrth
on Seventh street. Lot "I)," mIoasuring twenty
five fret. fronlt, inr Levi- stror.t by oner hundlredl
and thirty-seven fOrt in depth.
Seizedl ini the above suit.
Termns--(ICas[I on lihe spolt.
TtHOMAH It. HANDY.
Civil Sherif f iof I 'arish of Orleans.
]y24 ri2.- 2,
The City of New Orleans vs. Henry
Sherman,
SUPEIRIOR DISHTICT COURT FOR THE
1 parish of Orleans, No. 91h,5s9-By virtue of a
writ of fleri facins, to me directed hoy the honor
aIltr thie Su r,'ri'or I)istrcet Court for the parish
of Orleans.in in the above ontitledl iuse, for clty
taxes of 1575. I will procelrd to soil at public auc
tion, at the Merchants and AnrtioneoPr' Ex
change,Roya.l street. titween Canal and Cus
torrlnhouse streets. In the Serond District of this
city. on SATUIlI)AY. August25,1877, at 1o'elock
m,, the following desoribed propnrty, to wit
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. sit
uted in the First Dit riet of tis city. in squarr
nrllmner severity, hlunlded rby Annrrneiation.
Tel.ouDpitoluIris, (latenr nl o and ('alliope streets,
dlsignatedl nas it. rlt llln er nine. mreasuring
twenty. live f.et front ron Annunciation street by
ninety-serven fiet in dlepth.
2. A ('CERTAIN Lt iT OF GROUND. sltuaterl in
th1i First Di- tief of, this ity, in srq rllarenr mber
onei I .hundredt and ltinrt"on, biundlrrl ty (IGaton
nie, Annulnelr|t on,i, Constani-o anid Calliope
strrets. designated ais lot nruntrli,o sixteen.
inl-asrlriring twimnl v-four feet, fr'ont on Gai anit,
street. by onel htii rodl art twenty-eight foit in
d at h.
Sizod in lthe ,hiov suit.
Te!rms-Cuaih on thii' s`rt.
T'I'IIMAH II. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orirrans.
jy21 auri 25
The City of New Orleann vs. Mrs. Georgiana
Fabor: Panme vs. same; same vs. same:
siu n, vs. isarne; sime vs. Mrs. jGorgi..na
Taber: sanr1e vs. samne; saime vs. am.
'UPEll'IOR DIHTRICT COURlT FOR TIlE
parrisht of Orleans. Nos. 1.1n,, - 70,255,
5:1,259,. '30,541, 126111, 4507 and 36)82--By virtuer
of seven writs of !:ri fauias. to mre direeted by
the honornhle thel Superior District Cot rt for the
plarish of Orleans, in the albve nlttt il (caLuses,.
for city tnaxes of 181a2, 1870, 1571, 1573r, 1.74,
1575 and 18716. I will proeeod to sell at pIublic
arllrtion. i,, lithe Merchants and Aurtioneers'
Exohangoe. lrb,ral street, between Canal and
Custornhouse, streets, in thie Siecond District of
this city. 'on SATURDAY. August 25, 1577, at 12
o'clock ill., the following descrlbed property, to
wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, situated
in the First District of tlis oily, in square
ninml~,rr one hlndred rand nl ighty-on.. borunded
bty St. ('harlks, CamLrn, Juliar and St. Joseph
streets, dlesrtgnated tas lots numbers thirty-two
and t hirty4gthree. rirrsulring fifty-tour feet front
on St. Charles street by fifty-two feet in depth.
SHizr'd in the above suite.
Terrlns--Cash on thie s.ot
T'HoMAS If. HANDY,
Civil Shieriff of the Parish of Orleans.
3y74 aull 25
The City of New Orleans vs. Bertrand
LaportOt: ame vs. same.
SUPERIOI DISTiTICI' COURT FOR THE
rY parish of Orleans. Nios. ist.:Ira and 572.5
By virtue, of two writs of iled fiacas, to err di
re-terd i, the houoralule tile Superior Distrlit
Ciourt for tire psariest of Orleans. in the above en
titled causIr,. fir city taxie- 1r 7.T5 and 1876, 1
w 11 pro oerd to sell iat public auntion, at the Mer
rhants and Auotionerrs' Exitrange, Royal
street, b:tween (Canal and Cistomhonls streets,
in the Second District of tll's city, on SATU]R
DAY. August 25. 1877, at 12 o'clock in., tar follow
in deser,-h d prioportv to wit
A CERTAIN POIRI'JON OF GROUND. sit
nated in the Fourth District of this r-ity, inl
square number ninety-two, boundied by Eighth,
Annunciation, Laurel r rind Seventh streets.
designatedt as follros: Lots numbers ten and
eleven .omeasuring sixty-six feet front on Eighth
street try one hunrdred and twenty-seven feet in
depth; lots numbers twelve andr thirteen anl
part of fourteen measuring seventy feet front
0o Eighth street by one, hundred rndleven fet ,
in depth.
Sreizred in the above sruits.
Termlns-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff if the Parish of Orl,_ans.
jy24 auii 25
The City of New Orleans vs. Charles Steid
ria n.
SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
. P Earish of Orleans. No. 94,t026.--By virtue of
a writ of flri facial, to me directed by the hon
orable the Superior District Court for the par
ish of Orleans, in the above entitled 'aruse,
for city taxe's of 1875, I will proceed to
sell at Iublic arution, at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street. betwecr
Canal andi Customnlhouse streets In thel Sir,onil
Distric-t of this city, on SATU'RDAY Aueus,
25. 1877. at 12 he-lock in., the following describted
property, to wit
1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit
uatedr in the Sixth District of this city, in squlare
number one htrndred and twenty-one, bounded
by Ti.houIpitouhls. Upperline, Jersey and Lyon
streets, designated as lots numbers four, five
and six, measuring one hundred and sixty
four feet front on 'J houpitoulas streec by one
hurndred feet in .lpth.
2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the Sixth District of this '-ty. in slrquare
numbur one hunlred and twenty-five, bounded
Ity Tchoupitoulas, Dufossat. Jersey and Belle
.astle streets, designated as lot npmber six.
meaiuringthirty feet front on Tehbupitoulas
street by one hundred and sixteen f,-et in
depth.
3. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit
uated in thir Sixth DistrieCt of this city. in s'quare
nhmnber one hundredrl and forty-six, bounided hy
Napoleon Avenue, Laurel, Jersey and Berlon
streets. idesigUated as lots numbers one to four.
mreaurring one hun0dred an] twenty feet front
on NDapoiirn Avenue by one hilndredl and twen
ty-five feet in dlepth.
Seizil iih trhe above suit.
Terurs--Cash on the spot.
THtOMA-4 II. ItHANIY.
Civil SheritT if the Pariuh ,of O)r eanc.
jy2l sue 25
The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. William
Hrris: sam..,e vs. same: Ramer v-. 'am'-.
.iU:I'E]IOI) I)ISTit]CT COURT FOR THIE
h narich of Orl-ans. Nos. i9,,!:i;. s.SO5 "iril 1)21.'-
By \virtuir ,if tilrm.- writ-i if fi,-ri farirs to, m,'
dirlretrd by h n the honorile thie Slir;rirr Diistrit -
('urlrt for thk' ,arish of Orlans. in ther ao,,ovr 'i- -
titl--i -allr.es, fTor city taxes vf 1574. 1875 anrd 176;
I wvil rtiv,-ed t, sell at publir anu-tionr, at tre
MnMori.tarnts and Arrtirni,,rs' Exchange. RIryal
str.-.t, l,,.tw-l, (an':ral rind Cuistonmhousle. s.triis,
in tliii Sis-ruinld I)istrit of tlis city, (,in SATIIt
DAY Alugullst 2.5. ln77.at 12 o'elok m., the follow
ing ultsi-rib-t 1iropu.rty, t(r, wit-
TWO CERTAIN L*o'Is oF GROUND. sit
ua'ed in the First Distrit of this city, in srquare
nulmber -eventy-one. bourniled ty Tchoul!itoil
las. Annunciation, Gaieonni', St. Thonmas- and
Erato otreets, desi'nated as lots numbr. three .
and four, mea.suringr sixty-four feet front on
Tehoupitoultas street by one huindrel an-I twen
ty-reight feet in d,'pth.
S,.izedi in tie Iabove suits.
Terms-Cash on the sot.
THOMAR H. HANDY. 1
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Or:anes.
jy21 aut 25
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION SIALI,IM.
By Nask & Hodgson.
SALE FOR A PARTITION.
CIHARMING ST. CHARIEH WR'IEET ES.qI
JI)ENCE. NEAR TIVOLI CI ICLE.
ONE OF TIIE TIIIRTEEN BUILDINGS ON
JULIA bSTIEET.
I:tw",nl (' prn fand St. Charlel st rlits.
VALUTA ILI; 'I'll T ID DISTRICT P'IOPERTY.
,S.CCE1HION OF H. M. CROOKS.
Soond I trit t.' ourt, Plarish of Orleans- Do'k
it No. 38,925,
Y NAIH & IIODOSON--W. I. IIODOSON,
SA Iltionnr-Offle'e. No. 1 Caronhielet strotet.
On SATURIAY, August 11, 177. et 12 o'clock m..
at the bt Charhes Auction Excrhange, in tho
bnsenmnt rotunda of theI Ht. (harles Hlotel, it,
this ,ity, by virt.e ad llin i rslaIlll of ain order
and judglmnt. ofl the ln. A. L. Tissot, Judgo of
the Molond Distrieit (Collrt, fr thle parish of
Orleans, signed. July r, 1577, dtcket No. 15H,25.
for account of thll HsniIension of H. M. Crooks,
d.o.CLIed, for a partition, at Dllulic auction, will
Is sold
1. TWO VALUABRTE TTH OF GROUND.
togetlher with all the buildings and Improve
ments thereon, situated in the First District of
this city, in the s(lare bllllundeI by St. Charles
(late Naynades), Prytania, Calliope andti nd li
streets, designated as lois Nol. 5 and 6. which
Slidoin each other, and mlalture lreh 61 flet 7
inches 5 lines front on Ht. (harles (lhit
Nayades) street by It depth of 120 feet, all mnore
or tess bettween parallel lines. Amrnrlialn mels
ulre, with the use of an alhley i11 their rear 14
foot wide, opening into etu'h (,li, and Calliop,
streets, common toI thlsetf and otiher lots border
sIng th.oreon.
Y I'he improvements consist of that ligtbllly lo
caitld anti handsoImnty tinished two lind It half
i story brink residlne . knolw.n Ias N,. 2(. HIt.
e Charles street.
2. A VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, together
with all the butllings and ilmprovmenots there
z on, situated In the First District of this city, Ill
the square blOunded by Julia, St. Joseph, St.
Charl's and Camp streets, designatted as lot No.
S5, and measuring 26 feet 3 inches front on Julia
Sstreet by a depth of 105 font. all more or less, bo
h tween parallet lines. Amerlean meeasure. being
- hounded in the rear by an alley 11 feet 7 inches
wide, opening into each Camp and St. Charles
srteets. which alley, as well as 6 feet square of
the southwest corner of said lt, are subject to
the t~rvltudes detailed and set forth in thle ait,
of sal. by which Samuel Levermore acquireod
said property from the New Orleans Building
(,Company, and acqlired by said Crooks from
Mrs. Ann MeRivett, as per act before Ilero. late
notary, dated July 29. 1854.
The in mprovements consist of A TJHREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE,. known as No. 151,
Julin street.
:3. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND. to
Sgethler with alithe buildings and improvenmente
thereon, situated int.he Third District of this
city in the square bounded by Claiborno (latet
- t. Avid) Robertson (lateSt. John Baptiste), An
- ntto and St. Anthony streets designated by the
No. -, and measures 64 feet. front on each Cl:il
Sborne and Robertson streets by Ia depth of 1412
feet (running through the slqure), all more or
- less, between paralhie lines. Ameriean measure.
1 The whole of the above properties are accordifg
to plans, which may be seen at the place of sale,.
The improvements consist of a cottage on each
Snnd of the said lot.
v Terms and Condilions-One-third cash and
the balance in equal payments at one andl two
years, with eight per cent per annum interest.
and the 'i7latsos of special mortgage with ven
- dor's lion, the fact de non nlienando, five per
1 cent for attorneys' foes inl case of suit. and all
charges. the Improvements to he kept fully in
sured and transfer or polielesl to holders of
1 redit notes: the purchasers to assume the
taxes due and exigible in 1878. over and above
their bids. Ten per cent to bo paid cash on the
spot, to bind the sales.
Ac's of sale before A. Ducatel Esr.. notary
Dubli, at the expense of the purchasers.
y7 15 2229 aus ti1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LEGAL NOTICES.
HTATE OF LOUISIANA.
SIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
OF ORLEANH.
ZOELINA IIALPilEN VS. JOSEPII F. CIRE
tien, hor husband-No. 9009.
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ON TIrE SIX
tennth day of May, 1877. judgment was ren
dered in this court in the following entitled suit,
in the words and figures following, to wit
Zoslina Halphen vs. Joseph F. Chretlen. her
husband-Nm 90e9.
On motion of Frank D. Chretlen. of counsel
for plaintiff, and on producing due proof in
support of said plaintiff's demand, the law and
evidence being in her favor, it is ordered, ad
judged and decreed that the judgment by de
fault herein entered on November s. 1870, be now
confirmed and made final, and accordingly that
there be iudgment In favor of said plaintiff.
Zoelina Halphen and against said defendant,
Joseph F. Chretien her husband, decreeing a
separation of property between said plaintift
and said defendant, and that the said plaintiff,.
Mrs. Zoelina Halphen. wife of Joseph F. Chro
tlen, do have and ree)ver of said defendant,
Joseph F. Chretion, her said husband, the sum
of three thousand six hundred dollars, with
legal interest thereon from judicial demand
until paid and costs of suit.
Judgment rendered May 16. 1577.
Judgment signed May 21, 1877.
N. H. BIGHTOR, Judge,.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of the said court, at
the city of New Orleans, on this third day of
August, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-seven.
au4 at* H. J. DUIH4Oit, Deputy Clerk.
PERSONAL.
INFORMATION WANTED-My sister, MAR
IOARET COLLINS. aged 24 years, dark com
plexion, black hair; about five feet high, has dis
appeared since July 4. Any information as to
her whereabouts will be gratefully received by
her «fflict;d sister, Mrs. MARTHA MULLEN,
279 Magazine street. au5 at
LUMBER, CABINS, ETC.
The undersigned are still at their old stand.
No. a0o Delord street. New Basin, and are
prepared to sell :cheaper than any other houso
In the trade from this dlate until November.
1877.
Great redultion it. the price of CABINS.
W. W. CARRE & CO..
350 Delord street,
New Basin, Now Orleans.
New Orleans. July 4.1877. iyll 2m
P. B9ROUD,
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
70 and 72 St. Joseph street,
Between Tchoupitoulas and Peters streets, New
Orleans.
Earou.hes. Buggies and Spring
Wagons at the lowest prices. General
repairing done on most reasonable terms.
iy19 3m*
OFFICE ST. BERNARD COAL COMPANY,
22 Carondeletstreet, New Orleans.
C0AL
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Steamships, Steamboats and familiessupplied.'
y15 Mo&We. m W. `. CA3MPJELL. Ar'Ent.
$1....................$1................1
COW PEAS--(OW PEAS.
IPoitively the L-.t rd tiot.
Whippoorwill PEAS........--.............. G,
wflay mixe:d PEA .........--- .............. $1
P'ire Clay PEAS ........... ........ 1 25
Will close ba!an:'c "f st8ek it iabove Prices.
A. A. GIlEENWOOD.
ail 47 M).gazite street,
KENTUCKY MULES FOR SALE.
I am now receiving at R. E. LEE SALES
STABLES No. 131 Baronne street. w-ekl ship
ments of kentucky MULES and HORSiES, of
every description. I will constantly keep on
hand from 200 to 300 Mules. Terms liberal and
prices reasonable. Planters and draymen espo.
cially soli:ited to call and examine them.
j yal 1 M. F. THOM8s~,.

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