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JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
MHEhIIFF tALEU.
The City of New Orleans vr. Richard
Terrell
QUPERIOIR DITitRIU' 01U RT FOR THE
- iarish of erleans, No. 9.,727-By virtue of
a writ of flrl fali(an, to mt diorted'l by the
honomrable tihe Mullpior DI)itlit ('tort for II'e
parilsh of Orleans. In the a tovt oentitleld ,an1t',
for itty taxPa of 17r, I will proetol to stll at.
publl, iittlltioll, at tih Mortelhans nlI Aut
tioneoers' Exohange, lIiydt streot, htltwt'i'
(anal and Uluatolniulo"ll Atretsl, Iin thel' i'tnllll
lDistrict of this oity on MIA'ITIlll)IAY, HpttIem
her m. 1977. at 12 ,'i'wk III.. tihe folllwing do
Horll, ibt rol. rity, tn wit
I. A CERTAIN I'olrI'iiN IOF" (tll lUND. sit
ualted In the Firstl IM riot of this tity. In Pqilllar
aumhor eplvintv-l lii.l ll itldod by i)rlIngI,. HM,
Thomas, lt-ligiwloi and l'.o t.rot, ntt',igiated
as fJollows: Lot Inlrnimb'hr nitn l nrrl'taring ono
hundred and twenty-'light foi.t front. on Orango
streetbv nin.,lv-ix feet ilitn dlth lot numbelr'r
ten onallr init xinity-six foot front on it.
Thomas stroot by oai lihi ndra Il and I wntly-leight
f.ot in deptth
2. TEN C:EIlTAIN LOT,TH OF GROUNI)., il
uiated in the First isitrict of tlhis o.itly, In siunro
numnber nineoty-flouri, boundediii l by Hi. Thimllis,
Illlllardl, Orallg ani ('hilllcitpw stroets, knownl
S"'i 'Totl's P'roe.s" Irrog'ilir ~real'u(.o.
3. A (EIUlIt'AIN PORTION OF ORliOUNI, iti.
iuntiPd in the First. )isti tot of this c ty, in spiarer
nullmber one hulndreod antd flfty-unon. boindolt by
Magnazxino, lohlin. Ia.i_ and nCam at ri.ts, diesig
nat-ed at It nulmbenr seoven, measuring sixIy
four foit front on Mng.inri astret bty tte hulli
tlred and twentv-oight foot in depth.
4. A CEIRTaIN HQ(JUAIE (IF (1)OUNDI. pit
uated in the Hlxth Ili) trit of this it ii t ilure
number twentY-eight, Ih(tlln i by hit.il ,1nnt
and Mtblg strntRs llind divisin li neo itit nirtvllb'.
Inasurni'g two hlnldrt' Id and slvl',lntnonl i flot
front in ilt s. ir .t by throe hunm i (red f !.t in
depth. '
r A CElT'I'AIN HQUIAlIE OF (lI(tOUNDI. sit
hateod Ill th' Hinxth llistrict of tlli.ta 'ity, In arltlnrt
inumbei r thirty, hointldod by Hursti, ,llot indl
Mt.to strti'tas and illvision lien of liirstvylili,
ninsnpiirtng two hnlitlrtltl foot front on Hurst
stl'rot Iby tl'hrtto hunlllret toot In deptt.
a. A ('EliTAIN PORTION (IF tUOItUN), sit
ultled In the? Hltventhl Ulstrit of lthl ilty, in
siluaro number one hunIidreld and twenty-slx
liounded Iby 'ITh'id, tllnttn, Lowterliitt tiii
/tmlpn l streets, mloneilring tliIrty foot, front on
TI'hir!l stioet by one hulndrdl illllf twniity faort in
deptllh.
I-'lizad in the' abovn sult.
T'etrmn--Cntlah on tih putt.
THOMAS II. HANDY,
Civil Sherift of t bl Parish of Orltans,
11o17 20 p8e
The City of New Orleans vs. James Lewis.
U'PERIORl DISTRIOT '(UltP l' FOl THE
S arish of OrlOans, No. Ps,70i--By virtue of
ta writ of rlin facins, to me directed by the hon
orable the Superior Distrilt to!,urt for the parish
of O leans, in the above entitled on use, for olty
taxes of 1875. I will proceed to sell at publlo
anotion, at the Merchants and Auoelioneers'
Exchange, Itoysl street. between Canal and Cus
tomhousestreets, in the Serond District of this
city, on SATURDAY. S ptomnh.r a. 1577, at 12
o'eloca m., the following described property, to
wit
1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit
uated In thie First District of this city, In
square number seven hundred and fifteen,
1unded by (Common. Gravier, (tenois and
elmlinhus streets. designated as lot num
her fourteen, nmasuring tweetty-eight feIt front
on UomUnmon street by one hundred and fourteen
feet in d- ,th.
2, A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit,
unated In the SHtond Distrlet, of thl4 pity, in
sqaare number three hundred and four. bound
edi by Canal, Tontl, Roheblave and Custom
house streets, dlsignated as f lIlowu: lot num
ber five neasuring twenty-live foot front on
Canal street by one hundred foot in depth;
lots numbers thlrteen, foirtroln and fifteen each
measuring thirty-one fpot front on Roche
blave street by one hundred and forty-three
feet in depth ;lots numbers twenty-.ight,twenty
nine and thirty, measuring nlnety-thrie foeet
front on Tonti street by one hundred andi forty
three feeoot in depth.
Seized in the ab v suilt.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAN H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
au7 20 seos
Jean M. Domer vs. Jean and Marie Saba
tier.
SIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans, No. 047--,y virtue of a writ of
fleri lad , to me directed by the honorable the
Sixth District Court for the parish of Orleans,
ini the above entitled cause, I will proceed to
sell at publ lOuction, at the Merchants and
Auotlonere' 1Exchange, Royal street, between
tanai Customhouse streets, in the
t a. Drit of this city. on SATURDAY,
opeDt .a 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the follow
ing rro ert to wit
1 h, RO(RiND bounded by North
Market. New Levee. St. Joseph and Tohoupi
toulas $ttdfts, known as lot number eight,
and mausling twteuty-two feot four Inchies
front on Northf ltarket street by a depth be
tween parallel lines of fifty-eighto feet one Inhb,
with all the buildings and improvements there
On, rights ways ndt servitudes.
2: ANOTHER LOT, in the First District., In
square ntmtb ffteen, bounded by Clara. Mar
tin and Ep h. f streets and the shell road.
measurin tllirty-one feet sdven inches five
lines on Euthrosihe street by a depth of one
hundred an twenty-three feet twos nches six
lines on the lne of lot number three, and one
hundred and twenty-six feet teon inches one line
in dlopth on the line of lot number live: aRejuired
by the defendant herein by net before W. Slan
non, latea notary puboc in this city, February
13 1867.
keazed in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANT)Y.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orlhans.
n07 17 27 set
Bertrand Aaloy vs. Amos K. Collins.
OECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT FOR
j the Sixth and Seventh Municipal Distrf ct of
the parish of Orleans No. 950o-By virtue of a
writ of seizure and sale, to me directed by tie
honorable the Second Judlcial District Court for
the Sixth and Seventh Municipal Districts of the
parish of Orleans in the above entitled cause, I
will proceed to sell at puhlte auction, at the Mer
chants and Aunotioneers' exchange. Itoyal street.
between Canal and Customhouse streets. In the
Second Distrlct of this oity, on SATURDAY,
August 11. 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following
described property 10o wit
A CEItTAIN SQAtUASE OF GROUND desig
nated by the number eighty, situated in
Greenville, now Sixth District of this city. con
taining twenty lots, numbered from one to
twenty. inclusively. having. in English measure,
three hundred feet front on Lowerlino street.
the same front on Pine street, two hundred and
forty feet front on Second street, and the same
front on Burthe street, as per plan of B. Buis
son late survwyor, dated Arill s. 18347, and de
posited in the office of W. Y. Lewis, late a notary
public in this city. Being the same property
acquired by the defendant herein by purchase
from the heirs of John M. Bateman and wife.
as per act passed before A. Mazureau, late a
notary public in this city, dated April 20. 1870.
Selsed in the above suit.
Terms-This being the seconi and last auc
tion, the said property will be definitely ad judi
cated to the highest and last bidder for what it
will bring, at twelve months' credit, the pur
chaser furnishing bond, with good and solvent
security, bear ng eight per cent interest per
annum from date. and special mortgage on the
property sold. until final payment. aild pur
chaser will have to deduct and pay in cash
the printing, sheriff's and clerk's fees, etc..
which amount to about ninety dollars: and fur
thermore, the State. parish and municipal taxes,
the amount of which is not yet a: ertained.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
iv25 31 au7 11
Jean Pierre Guenlvet vs. Leopold Gul
chard et als.
FIFTH DISTRIc1i COUUtT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. 8433-By virtue of awrit of
seizure and sale, to me directed by the honorable
the Fifth District Court for the parish of Or
leans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed
to a ll at public auction, at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street. between
Canal and Customhouse streets, in the beeond
District of this city. on SATURDAY. August is,
1877. at 12 o'clock m., the following described
property. to wit
A LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Third
District of this city of New Orleans. in Fau
hourg Clouet. In the square bounded by Louisa.
Piety. Moreau and Clara or Greatmen streets.
Said lot is iesignated by the number seven on a
plan made on the twenty-eighth April, ls18, by
Guerard, Deputy Stat" Surveyor. and an
nexed to an act of delivery of legacy, ex
ecuted before C. V. Foulon, notary pnblie, on the
twenty-nin'h of May, 1s88, according to which
plan said lot of ground measures in American
measure sixty-four teet five inches front on
Louisa street, the same measure on the rear
line separating it from lots numbers one and
two of said plan; one hundred and twenty-two
feet six inches in depth on one side on the line
separating it from the pr perty of Mr. Massicfot,
and the same measure in depth on the other
side line, separating it from lot number six of
said plan, together with the house and all other
buildings and improvements thereon. appur
tenances thereof, right-, ways, privileges, servi
tudes and advantages thereunto belonging,
without exception or reservation.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Pariah of O:leans.
jyl8 28 au 18
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
*utlitvFv MAuIE.
The C:ity of New Orleane vs. Mla. '. Tile
eoto.
1JPIElIOlt DIRT TIIT COUiRT FOi 'i'liE
ponsirh if ()i'irionss, No. iu51011.--Iiv virite of
i writ of tleri failles, t Io m clirii''tcid li y it 1
I,tili'lllo (r h i th- ispe l'slor Dl.trilv rt (i'rnI ft ir'rt "
ton nc h of Orli'inlt, In tto. abo iiv, enSit i'll 1 l.58'.
for' cily ti.'8o of 172, I will proc'e'ed t ii' 1 l li1
pulllhiii iic'ti in, thih Merh. atlllls, IsIi Ad ''llIli
sris' Ex.Thangi, lloylIl stric't, bIItwIS !i' CRiill
Hnd i li9tonll 511;1i i stri'lst. , in thci H t'r,,Ifl Dist riot
Sfthisl 'ity, on tIA''lUiIAY. HSi.toilnl''r s, 5477,
at 1i o'l'lek m.. tlii following sliyr'l'llitc .l ),
"sty, to wit
A (EIR'I'AIN ,LOT O' F (lllliTN i. situaite
In thile HSvliiid Isirlii't of ithlis 'lvy. ill volumle'
nnmllbor thirty-unllll, Icccclllilpcl Irv' E cllllr;.g"
A ll o y . ( 'a n t i, S t. l' ,, ll . clo ci I t, .' il i 'r'r ' | ., l c'c Ic g -
s llitpui 55 lI t Sl mll 'lb r livy. tiln ii, culril g o g-'.i hl -
Iwo f,+f't flont cou Exch,! ngc' Alllnv cy t ,rlty- thiir+
H,'iz,', 111 lhe nh,, sniI.
'i'iWlrliM--5 Hiltsel .lilt I1 51' It€ 1
''IIIºlMAil If. I-I ANIST.
('ivil Sheriff of the l'atsh c lrlc ,[ )+loll+
(tllvi i A lslis l_ Stl '_il~i1555'lIil5
15157 211 SnFI
'rhe City of New olenne y e. "r'. Adolphel
i ulougers' i5ill'o Vii. A Ill lii cII lilillg'rl',
,U.UI'EtlIt l 1)i'i'I,'rtlICT' l t'iT' FOi 'ti iE
pli.rivh Ih S irleaIlns, Nio. l3ri;.14t Anid 5147---iiy
vihtI'i sif t5wo writl 'f liri f l'ilsI, I h mill ' I ri 'I' '
ly Sil.' hoiit '11tlr l ithei''His 5 'il'i vr I ilStilt url fi,,
! ia, ptlrr l r a o Orle4+) Ill l+, cIl ch++ llh vc' e'n)II l,,
cllaltMi'i fir oit hl5vl of ic7v, 5lol 575. l,1 witll 51.1
noid to ,'ll it pul'ri' fL' ! e i1 l. f1 l h vi ri'hl ln'i
filil Attrtioncors" Ex+'hang,' I vltc al street,l l..
iWc'cll (.,'ccl li idl~ll (:l+oltllfo;lowl st cl'ic,l~ ill tihe'
Hi.l'l, i tiiti i''t if ii c'ity, in HAT'1'UTIIAY'.
H'i'nclisir , 5877. Ill 52 o'ilo'h k iii.. Il i following
h ll cnl.ic+.'ty, io wit-
ATe (lti'Ai v tI'ORIOriN OiF OIs tUNi. ii
iuits'id inI thll' Thirid isir il , ,f t5i5 lli lt', Il
qi jlllli' 5 l njnr ' thi t i' h i'tl 8., rg'15l I i h·!ly-I i
fnIi , ili , flhtl Iciy U I lysi ll tl' rcillh I- , i n'll'l i nI',i -
NI'. Ulhtud1, nnil M,,na( stiel',,I, d+,+ignntlo.. as+
folohws: L ,lis luM lll'cl ' IW -colly-conell)t wc'nly
fOs r, mIi'l5 Ur'15 r t hll, i th t ) '-t ,1 foirt flioint 115
Elysian Flihlis 5t11 ut by svenity-six fp''t in
lap.)h: lot Is nibor's tWll' u'-li I, 31 iiring
ihii'ly-two fiei fisis oit l n t. ('llitdi ,iolli'i 518
vix v-fl.ilr foot in cplisi.
H.'iz diii lIiho ia etIi ubsli.
''ri'slii--t.sish sn iSo Ii Slnot.
TIIOMAN If. HANI5's,
(iviil Mlherlfi of lhe l'rsi'i of uril,-iil.
1511h7 7119151
The City of ONew Orlren fe v.ii. Wi. Tark.
piau'ish o)f Orlsns, No). 73,5:14--liV virtui oe ii.
writ hf ll'rl fs las , to nie Ii l'iii'ili I v lii ilil on 'r
nihlo the siislrl'r 15 ri'it I'5 ll't fori, ill, parlih
oI (Os'loisis. In thie abo51,ve entitled 'isiiisu. foIi' it)'
tl.xi' of 1I574, 1 will procei s o ii 5 l 'iI i ;l' llu,5 tl' -
tion, at tiss Mlrolrlt iunts d Anctill io srv' lEx
ehslimie lhiyal street ibetween lli iiii an (lltls
tionhousstforeevt5 in tilo Nend DTistrisct of tihis
,ily, on HATUIIDAY, H,,ptombir 5. 1177. nt. 12
o'clock m., the following disc1lribedl plrioie¥ty, to
wit'
1. A CERTAIN PORITION OF (ITI(tOUNID, plit
ulated in tim First Di)istrit of t1his city, il MlsiInrl
luibet hrl t lnrr l ned twenty, iounl1'dd
byi 'erp5leho re Vf ti1ln.5 Eutrt rilllt Jnd bLlrty
streets, I.lslltgntied vi follows: t s tnumtir four
mlonasurlng twenlty-nine frot front on 'lertisl
chorostreotby one hundred and twenty night
feet in deptn' lot number twelve nieiis'ir'llg
thirty-two feel front on Euterpe Ntr",,t Icy one
huntvdred and t yeut?-iht feet in detli.
2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF OIROUND, sit
sattd In the Ftlrt District of tlhis city. nl suijlr'
number threol.tundred and eigh .y-elx. bounill,
by FelicIty, Terpslchore, Frerit 1and Locust
Stroat5, dslignlatd tan lot numisr threo., mna.
uring t hirty-on9 fsi t front on Folleti y s5 rnit by
rift-.sx lfeoot in depth.
. A (CEIRTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit
uated In th' Fourth Dlstriht of tids city, In sqiullre
number throe ilthundreid nd twe'nty-t lo..olu5ld
od by t, Andrew, Libertly and Franklin striliMs.
designated its lot nmibr one hundred, mi'an
urin g forty-elght by 1v"5nty-silghti fl..t.
4. A CERTAIN POtit'I'I(I)N ()t' (ROUND. sit
uated In the Sixth D)istrlt f this city. In JlI58ro
nusnbi'r three hundr'd and oul, Iotllni(ld by
l'laquoilnsn, l'ontllio, (t'stnilt land hVlItllimol
streoti, ldeignatid a' lols nillnlbils ninit'en
tnid twenty, nieaslus lig stxty-lnL flit fsorll
Inches front on qluniu'etntlels trset by ions liii
srlrid feot hn dptlh.
6. A CEIRTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. lit
uated In the Sixth Distrlct of thie city, In Muniro
numbler thres' hunldred anud tivev bolunded by
Plaquemine. Oitavia, Perrler indi .li. lcp
etrtae, dsielgnated as lots numbers etght ind
nine., meli51urilg sixty fest front ,iu PIhii'lc'hnino
street hy onie Iundre'd feet in sloptti.
M.t, sl In tile abovo suit.
'Ternms-Cashl on tiih Msnt.
THOMAS II. HANDY.
CIvIl Sehrliff or the Parish of Orllvans.
auT 20 se8
John Ioumli E]trade vs. A. Gaillard.
iECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUIIT FOR
º the parish of Jefferson, No. :alt - By
virtue of a writ of fletr facins against Augstie
Oalliard, to me diroeted by the honorable the
Second Judicital Districrt(ourt for the parish
of Jefftrrson. in the iabove entitled cause. I will
proceed to sell at public auction. at tile Mer
chants and Aucilioneers' Exchaiie. Rloyatl st relt.
between Canal tuii Cusi liit llrn hoe' streets, in tihe
Second I)sitrict of this city. on MATUIT)AY.
Septenllbeir s. 177, at 12 o'clock .. the followingill
described property to wit
ALL THE RIGHT'. TITLE AND INTEltEST
of the defendant. Auguste Galliard. heing t he
one undivided half in sand to a certrin squiIr ofr
ground with all the Imlroveonents thereon, sit
uated in the late city of C(arrollton, pirislh of
Jefferson, now In the Seveniili District of tilhe
city of New Orleans. parish of Orleans. desig
nated y thlle number eightly-two B., on a largo
plan drawn by Henry Mulahnasen, on the twen
ty-third of August. 157-, and leposited ill the
office of - Strinlger. a notary public in New
Orleans. Maid square is I ilfindedl Iby (ylliram.
Seventh. .eflferson antd (Camhrollne streets; h ik
four, folio one hundred and sixty-five. Carroll
toll,
eiozed in the above sullt.
Terms-Cash on tlh- spot.
THOMAS Hl. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
a117 17 27 si5
The City of New Orleaas vs. John Weber;
alunt. Vs. SaL1111i' alllIe Vs. sHllle.
IUPEAlOR DIISTRICT COURT FOR THE
Sliarish of Orleans. Nos. 9:1.479. 10.230 and
10,411-Bly virtue of throoe writs of fledr facias, to
mne directed bly the hlonorable the Superior Dis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans. in the
above entitled ciu(tIas, for city taxes of 1575
and 1876. I will proceed to sell at public auction,
at the Morchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street. between Canal and Custonl01use1
streects, in the Second District of this city. on
SATURDAY, SHeptember 8, 1877. at 12 o'clock
m., the following described prope'rty, to wit
1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GtROUND, seit
uated in the Fourth District of this city. in
square number flfty-foiur, bounded by Chip
p ewa. Ninth, St. Thomas and Harmony streets,
designated as lots nilumbers sixteen and seven
teen. measuring flfty-eight foot front on Chip
pewa street by one hundred and ten feet in
deDth.
2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit
uated in the Fourth D'strict of this city. in
square number eighty-five, bounded by Chilp
pewa, Ninth, Anndnciation and Harmony
streets, designated as lot number eight. meas
uring ninety-eight feet front on (Chippeowa
street by one hundred and fourteen feet in
depth.
3. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the Fourth District of this city. in
square number three hundred and two.
bounded by St. Patrick, Third, St. David and
Second streets. designated as lots numbers
nine and ten, measuring sixty feet front on St.
Patrick street by one hundred and fourtion
feet in depth.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the s ot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
il17 20 1 1s'8
The City of New Orleans vs. Jean Vii
lImblilt: same vs. same; same vs. same;
same vs. satnle same vs. sanlme same vs.
same; same vs. Jean Villembit and J. M.
Durant.
SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
º parish of O)rcans. Nos. 7129, 12.954. 558.35,
69,391. 74,324, (.2.561 and 92.A72-By virtue of seven
writs of Ilhri facias. to me dire tod by the
honorable lhe Superior District Court for the
parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes,
for city taxies of 1870, 1871, 137:1, 1874 and 1875.
I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
street, between Canal and Customhouse streets.
in theSecond District of this city, on SATUK
DAY. Septemb-r 8, 1877. at 12 o'clock m.. the fol
lowing described property, to wit
1. A CERTAIN LOT 0F GROUND. situated
in the Second District of this city, in square
number one hundred and ninety-eight.btounded
by Claiborne. St. Philip, Robottson and Ursu
lines stree s, designated as lot number sixteen.
measuring forty feet front on Claiborne street
by thirty teet in delthll.
2. A CERT i1N LOT OF GROUND. situated in
the Second District of this city, in square num
ther one hundred and niuety-seveln. bounded by
Robertson, Dumaine. St. Philip, and ClaitiHrne
streets, designated as lot number nine., mes
tiring forty fe -t front on Ruobertson street by
thirty-one feet in deith.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
TdOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil iheriff of the Parih of Orleans,
au7 20 see
JUDICIAL ADVERTIJSEMENTI.
PIIEIIIPP mALES.
Tile City of Niew Orleans va. iMrs. Magdelina
.{l'lk ; sR.4O V., slunr': salvoD Vs. PRIIw; RaRllm
1411. 4.4411'.
UIE ll DIST .ICT ('OUIT FOR1 TIli;
L parish of1' rile i", N114. r3,1,11.71,199.H5.13 2 lRI2 d
8472--liv virtlu1 of ,io'r writs. if I4fri fni4n, tio
me dirh.ted by til' hon i rtil' 111 n 14up rinir i1 1 -
trirt (~iurt for thii prish i( 4)r4lan,1. in th
itovii' (it le1l 4iiie"4s,. for city tnxi4s If 1474. 1474,
1475 a1111 1476. I will pr4'44 ,4 d ti4 14'Ii llt u4nhli' Illr -
tti.n, i. th1 MAtl'r'Ihanl anI1 Audinnl .irs" Ex
ti ihig . 1l4n44 .t r(,t, ht'tw.,'4 (ilirin fi nd I 'n1sto -
h4 u4 I4M t . i'',tII, in the4i H ron d Distrlit if this ,'itV.
on MA'I'IltI)AY. M.pt·, ohr r, 11477. It 12 o0c'lo'k
in.. the followitg discrtli.d ri p' r4rirty. to wit-
A CEKTAIN PO()TION OF OIL()UNJ), sit
unt4i1 in ihe' First Distriwt of this 'ity. in
14u4l1r11" llnumb,'r thrrill hulldr.dlnawl twenty-"1n1'.
Ioundeld by Tir'siihort.l'r Mfllline. Franklin
alnd Liberty|1tret0ta Ilglu at nt li n jig Itnumlbe'r
i flfttpn. Il .allr41 rinllg twe.lty-eight f4't fron'lt 4n4
T1''l'lieihorn stru,,t r by Ol.' hiuidrIId 'I d 4 ightl
fo-t in dil,th.
H-izieI In the ll o'w' sll Mits.
1"ii.4 1 -- ('4 h4on ti4 ll' spot.
'l'IIt(MAN 1I. IIANi)Y.
('ivil Hheriff of thi ' Parish f or lni .
4117 244 w4r
Tihe Citly of New Orleans vv. JIarol Ni eill
gitl'rt41r': .41n41 4V14l . 1v411n10.
1UPEli(Ll I)IH'I'IlI("T CiI(liT Flit THE
parish or O riellP nllr4. N . 74.',30 11nII 92,4411-1ly
virtul of two writs of ll't flfP114, tio ln dilrntred
by the honoralI the Hu4trior Distri't (Cur4l for
thil pnrl.ih of O(rleans, in the4 , s(ht14 entitlli'd
('(41Pf14, for 'ito tltxre ofl 1R7Tl 41( 111R7r, I will pri'
co'orl' to 144l t. pubilt . n tion. 4t thu l1I htert,'ihnts
alnd Anto'lloll'"'.' Ex'htlllng, IRoyall street, th,
tw.. n (.antl Id ustIRniihous' strts1. In tthe
, nal i )isltri,'t of Ihis lty, f441 HA'I' Ti14I AY.
Hoptlrnllher 1 11477. tit. tlA c'.l4ck mn.. taio f.llowllng
dsrlbi,,I proi 4rl y. ti1 wit-
1. A ((El'TAIN 1,'T (IOF (tRtIUND, sitl4nt,'1
ini tll' Nwon,, d Difstri t of this eity, il4n 4sl 4unl't41
ulllmbhnr foulr h1411ir441d and sixty-fliir anl 44four
4hunl14r4'd a1nl six4ty-live, hbenulldmi by St. Jo.ln,
Hi. 1'hilip. First s4trl'me and I4ayou 4It. John,
d1tsignatid 4 as . lut umb4'r thllro, nwii'iringl
onei hullldi rl4 iind twenty f.ot frolt on Ht. Joll
rfltr't by two hlllndl'red foot inl d1pth.
2, A c('Ei'I'AIN POItTIO(N O(F (IIOUND, it
un4ld in tlh4 Hiion' d Distri4t of this Pity. in
si4lllllir' nilllbe'r fllnr hundru'd I4di1 sixty--14i
hloln1d'd by l1ivon HNt. Johnl, -l(gan1 Avenue4 and
Washington Avfnllu, 1,measuring 1l. Iit hu111re)d
and f4,our fm fronit t it 4 l4 yol St. John by throe
hun44red4 foit In d44pth.
HNizfl in the 44OVl' s44it4.
'T'erlms -('144 4 4o444 4il4' 44l'
TmIOi(MA II. HANDY. .
('ivit Nhneriff of the l'a'ish ofr (trlans.
.117 210 ,f14
John Carran vs. J. 0. Aymrns.
SIFTH ID)I'IltlOT COURTI' FOil TIlE P'AIl
Ish of Orl'leansi. No,. 144-B-y virtue o f a, writ
of selzure an4d 144,4 tI 44 ll4 dlr4-tod by the hlon
ornab 44h' l Fifhl 4Distrint (Court for thi prislh of
Orll4lns4. In the1 Il44h44 ontllnd (n14s., I will pro
1ied to s4ll at p4u4lli, lnl4'tion. it tih Mferl'hantl
444nd Au4Nonlle4~ert' Exohangu', lIrn1ynl str4,t, 444
tw1'een 1 (4n41l and1 (ustolholliuse sil'.ts,1 in thl,
Heound istrici.t 4of this. e4lty4 ( i HNA'UIuIIAY.
August, 5. 1477. lt 12 o'iloi;k mI., lthe following
d4rl4lr td4 prop!t4Y. to wit
TWO (i.RTAIN L(ITN (oF (ITIOUND. tognther
with tbhe hu1hlli nld i11 rovemlolts tlhereon,
situlted in thll' sIuburb 1t. ,John. T'hirld .istrict
of hthis city, In th4 sllquar honur el by Broad,
Waslitngton, Lvagofa iand Heoventh Streets,, 4ld(1
desigIliated by the, numbers on(e and two on 4i
44ien drawn by J. N. DLpo1ully, anchitn4er, on the
twentinth of April, I11s, andti iled in the case of
O. Didier et oals vs. E. l. Duertll suit In parti
t.ion. No. 12,84994 tho loekut. of t1e1 Third DIi
tridt Court of New Orleans, said lots having.
Frt'neh mea1ur', thei following d(m14nslon4 .
viz: Lot nlll)umber onp', of aIn irregular fo in, itf
tl'tn fet lnine l4u4che1 front on Washington
streett, 4on4l hundred alnd tw.nlty-E.x feet Int
innhl flve litn1s d'eep and front onli road 4itri t,
one hundred and twenty foet on the division
li4ne of lot numtber two and fflty-nin ftilt six
in4hes s.ven lines width on the ri',r 114n, and
lot number two sixty feet fronnt ,,n Wlashinlgtlon
4trl'4et iby oone hundredd .4nd I welty foot. inll dlpth,
between parallel hiPs. lois nlg the 4a me prope.rty
ac, qulred by thei dfendant hborelln by tlu relhase
from Louis Henry Tablry. as per aLIot. lorn A.
J. Ker, ntary public I1n this cityu dnted tho
twenty-flrst of DecCember, 1875.
Nel.ed In th4e above suit.
Terms-C-ash on the uipit.
THOMAn H. 1IANDY.
Civil Sherift of the PIarish ,it Orleans.
jy24 :.1 nu7 25
Nlcholas Martortlu vs. Albert Wlemann.
I'IFTH DISTRIOT COURT FOR THFA PAl
ish of Orleans. No. 81it--By virtue of a writ
of seiztnur and sale, to me direeted by the hon
orable the Fifth District Court for the perish
of Orleans, in the ebove entitled cauce. I will
proceed to sell at public anetton, at the Mer
chants and Auctlo.,eers' Exchange. Royal street,
between ('anal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District, of thlis city, on TUL;'DAY.
August 28, 1877, at 12 o'olock m., the following
described propertv. to wit
TWO LOTS OF GROUND. with all Ihii build
ings and Imprvements thereon, situats'd in
the Third Dfstrict of this city in the squal,
bounded biy Levee. Victory. Marigny and aIan
deville streets, designated by the numbers one
and two on a plan drawn by C. Arthur do Ar
mna, surveyor, dated November is. Is8;. and de
posited in the of11e, of Adolphe lnoidousquie.
then a notary public in this city. Lot number
one measures twenty feet seven inches front on
Levee street by a depth of ninety feet, between
parallol lines, American meInsure. Lot number
two lmeasu res twenty-one feet three inches front
on Loeve street by a depth of ninety feet, h.
tween pranilel 11 eis. American measure. To
fclthier with the use of two alleys, one of which
ving in the rear of said lots, having ten feet
width; and the other o caning on ,Levee street.
having ten flot nine inches width, runnong
alongside of nuilmber four. Haid alleys are of
the common use of said lots and otlers dl
scribed on said plan. Which property wis ne
quired by the detfeondeant herein by purchase
from the estute of Andre )Doslonde per lct
passed before Adolphe ]oudunsquie, ILnt a no
tary public in this city. dated February 241. 151it.
Helzed in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the sot.
THOMAS HI. IIANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish-of Orleans.
jy27 it7 1762 28
Kaspar Aulli vs. William lerrill.
L1IFTH DIt4TIIICT COURT FORl THE T'AR
(,of (.rleans, No. 771J--13y virtue of a writ of
fltri faciasI to inm ditfcted by the honorabei the
Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans, in
tihe above entitled cause I will proc'eied to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auction
eers' Exchange. Royal street. between Canal and
Customhouse streets, in the RSe-ntd Dlistrict of
this city, on FRIDAY. August 2t. 1877. at 12
o'clock in., the following described property, to
wit
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together
with the buildings and improvements thereon,
and all the rights, ways, privileges and appur
tenances thereunto belonging, situated in the
Fourth District of this city. in the square
hounded by St. Mary street, Folicity road. Re
ligious and IRousseau streets, and designated tby
the nulltceis one and two. on a plan drawn
by H. Grant, late surveyor, ilnider date of
May 31, 1574. and deposited for reference in the
offlhe of L. It. Kenny. then a notary public in
the parish of Jefferson. in th a State. Said lot
number one forms the corner of etsligious and
St. Mary streets, and measures eighty-five feet
nine inches front on St. Mary street, by one hun
dreh ahd forty-four feet four inches s- ven lines
in depth and front on Religious street, and one
hundred and twenty feet in depth on the oppo
site side line dividing it from lot number two,.
and five feet three inches in -width in the rear.
where it is also bounded by kot number two.
and the said lot number two measures twenty
seven feet five inches five lines front on St,
Mary street, a like width on the rear line
where it is bounded by lot number seven, by
a depth on the side line nearest Rousseau
street dividing it from lot number three, of one
hundred and twenty-seven feet ten inches five
and one half lines. and on the opposite side line
dividing it from lot number one, it has a first
depth from St. Mary street of one hundred anlld
twenty feet, thence it runs at right angles up to
Religious street, five feet three inches. and
thence it hast a depth and front on Religious
street of nine feet six inches eight and one. half
lines, up to its extreme rear line, ant the divid
ing line from lot number sevien. Beingthe samenl
property aeiuired Iy the defendant herein by
purchase from Valentine Wilhiem, Jr.. per a't
ipased beforie Andrew Hero, Jr., notary publi"
in this city, on the sixteenth day of Septembller,
1875.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-1. In cash fior a sufficient amount to
pay plaintiffs claim, say the, sutm of on)e thon
sand one hundred and forty dollars, with inter
est thereon at eight per cent per annum from
the 16th day of September. 1876, until the day of
sale, four dollars costs of copy of act, one
dollar for certiflcate, five per cent attorney's
fees on the amount sued for and costs of suit
and taxes due on said property. 2. The pur
chaser to assume (to the extent of the amount
of his hid) the payment of a promissory n,'te.
secured by mortgaae on said property for the
sum of one thousand two hundredi and eighty
dollars drawn by defendant to his own order
and in iorsed by himself, dated September 16,
1573. payable two years after date, and bearing
interest from and after maturity, if not then
paid, at the rate of eight per cent per annum
until final payment. 3. And the balance of the
price of adjudlication, if aiy, cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDYo.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
jy31 au7 11 31
JUDICIAL ADVERTIEMEMTS.f.
AnIIEIFVP MALEM.
The City of New Orleansn v. JameBn
Wend: i ann vs. came: cam' vs. sam:int' sin
Vt. p1lIIt" canIo Vse. camJ: 1iTiO( V. HarfLiO
aLnne Vy. Rltmn 1.sntLim' VS. 1R1011'.
1UI'ElitI)I DIlTit'Ir OCP OUltT FOR THET
) 'parIH of lr (rlo.n, NoR. n5974r,, 74,457. 73,57I9.
12l,041, 1. 4 H.11.. 4Ni., 1.t127 aIud HRiri .- Iyv Virtue of lightl
wrIts of fhnri u111t1e to me dlirnotc·,I by the honor
ahli' the MH iterlor D)ttrlet Cour t for the parIsh of
(lOrllsi4, III th abovo eonttit i'pltileP, forI ity
trx0'e of 14473, 1d74. 11475 1tuld 1174. 1 will pr1oce'l to
'loil at pitt i' tnut ion iLt ite Morhl'chnlts atl At
tio,.n0'1" E4xhanug., Iloyal 4t'rot" Ihttwo'/n ('anal
tud lrlIt tolhollu tr'ts, tn th M, Hn tnd DItItri,'t,
if this Pity, on PA'I'UlDAY, µoutombehr H, 1977,
4 '1 12o'n .,k it~, 1I' foltlowing drig 'eritllrt propor
Iv. to wit
A CirVI''AIN 1,() I,'i (I ROUND, with tll thi
buibling1s 41111 hnlprovl prnenllts tbe.ronll, nitulat.ed
in th' inth Huuhrh Nt. Mary, in lh, irst Di4trlt.
"of Ilhis ilv. in the qu11l1r, numblllr at,l o ou hutndrod
li twt-ll. . -lVvin., ,hounIdld by Mtgln in1+. Fon
'hIrl. (litrid lnit lifayntti ciritc, mttioituring
sixtyv-ttr'o fiet tilyvui tll one-4ijiarteir Iiaibih
froit lttl Mi II.itnt.g tlrt , r iont Itllllilrod and
1civtnty-thtriei fIot, in dititiptti othn side nr''artit
to tllrod ct rnt, nl' hundr il atitl sixty-six foot.
vini tiintlltes ill di t on th ii ihde narrt. to
Lafay.itft, t4; rcl, 414l oixt.y fet In width It itit'
roar, Frnl'lih onllll.llllu', frinting on l c'itr'her
ct oet, known tiN lots lnlnilbtrt thrtto tn(d four on
iI1t' ntoi- imoiet roll-. Anquirond fromt W. II. El
iiott, nti per It-°t btforlu . . It. it rik,. n ttllry. oin
tiht'sovotlltlh of Jtlytv 14ia.
A (.EII'I'AIN ,0(1' OF OI OUND, togllthor
with the bulildinu. ll| 11 mlprovvmnltos thorhi'o.
knownl lt No. Itn IDutrtilnI rci riet, . itutlld In
lhi H'no'il J)ittritt of tihll tfly, in ciqllare
nllllllbr t4iin ItlIunitlrnod andl thlirtv ight, bou/indld
hv Duaniho, µr. Philip, H, C1m1d anh d TJ1rem1
5trl'l-, dietigrtttlll iv the ntu.mlblr envon, on a
1,1i11i utrawni byl (t.itning oni tlle sPixtonth of
hMr-h, 11444, 1llyosltld in fhli, oIlin of Chairin
Vii' or Fruultior noIll ry., sal lot nll flsurini , t i lt
'ording totaid pinnt.iightt'on foit t on Intl fiur
ituic fronti, on I.umnit n i treet . l rby ninety-vtIi
flt Hit irr iellhllih ive lie i.n d oplit, togillthor with
nit r,tllywluv frontlng n t'irritnu'l' tlroet tndtl hav-l
Ing Il.tnr foit twio irllhtc, front. by twenty-onight
foot ,itii' h Irloh ontul lini, itn tllDlth, makintg tirt
of i, ltrger lIot formintg ttre irnr of Dtittlllllln
rtnd Tu'J'retni I.ntrtl.. dthiutgnti d t y tho 0tir Iiior
tilL of Pqlar, /i ! lnmbo foPty-n4114e, unrlhaL.Odl
frontm 1, 'arIlndtlly, by not biforn ir . li'ohook. Int
noulry. dattdi thirty firstnif lilty, Miat, tnild lh.e
bilidinga worn o41r 1turl ,lv 0tnl1 v.'',dor.
T'IWEVIE LOTl'4 OF (ItIIUNIt, ict,,ti rling
the whol- selllarn bh,,nllod by Lake Hhtll lRniad.
ion ilayout Mt. John ,hhll hRoad, O.urn AveRtnu,
Moulltz anl Dlthiry itrutc, du1'ignottedi as
cil1are numtbtor forly-fouir thundredt and trlrty
four, oli iL .hltt11 of i'llUr n tio llutrt, ttlluad J nll .,
19i7. and i,'esirint togotllor, mnore or InPs.
Swvo hundred and th rtv fIut throe inIhtu Revon
litnes otn Lak' Hhot Ie li Rlu on Biyon it. John,
tixty-ix fottt folur iti'inuhe six S lineu on the Hhttil
floadI two thudr tit antd niinety-five feet otne
Inth lv.1 ltinti o(n ()urn Avonui. Ihree huntlrod
and twently f.te on Minrdttn Si rnot I throf' hlln
dlrd ani nol t,itnt. foolt loevt'n Inct.hm two linios
in lo)urlrys! rooi.
TWELVE LOTf In thll 1tllln4ro numbrebr forty
rotlr hunidred at ! l thirty-thrtt boiundled by
Mntdtlz trett. (ti lrs AvOnit ti. iionnival anti
D)lotry ctrets.. motsuillrlittg ng mre or louss, ttiren
hundred and twenty feet's 1.4-'1i of (Jura Avr
tlue" andt Montltz utreit. three hulndrod .i:nd
nitolton fe~t eleven inchutstwo lines n Itolnne
val and Delery streets.
FIVE LOTH itn the siuart huIndtl, by Pith.
lin. Btonieoval. Vinnito ant DIolry st.rnrts, dte
sign11tt(d by he unllilhtt.rs onli to live, and mt.R.
II ri nK. togetIher, Ith roe hullndred an twentIy foot
on Viinton, tritl, ninoty-swev.n feet nine inches
four lines on uJoanoval Street. intty-otghth
f.eit uint' inc'hes Ilv' lines on thte Hhell Road.
alld thrte le. . liv'" inythti' two lins on Dol
Pry str,',t, in qilrtare number forty-.tight hun
dtreid nndri thirty flv".
A CEITAIN LOT OF GROUND. siltuatel in
tlt Honlcltn Dtistrlt of this eity, in etlunre u nltnl
her one hllndred atntd thrtne, bounlldd by Iham
lu art, D)umninto, Ht. Ann ani BUllrgundi streets,
,orming the sotohwniRt corner of itampart. antd
Dumaini streetts,doslgnaotl biy the number one
ol. a plan. i (by Comtrlny tanud Pllt., snrveyors,n 9
the stxth of AuguisR, 183t, arnl dtipositetOd in thi
ofller of FEolix (rim, no'ary, la.s plan numberr
nlinotopn:: stiil lot, hhs. n Am.nrirtn mauitre, ]
twtnty throet feet eloyven tl inchH front on tlmta
pnrt Street by iont hundred font in depth and
front on i)umaino sreelt. t |gethir with hlit
tbuiltingso thereon. This propErty wast ac'quireil
by def.l',ldant it. a satle mdtl by ,Jaitn1s 11. Dun
hamn. sheriff of the parish of Orleann, on the
twenty-fourth of Deircmbir. 1;1i'.1, by virtue of C
arn order of salo rendroed Novemnber 19t, 1;13. to
saidl shriff dtlr.lto., by the honorable Rhecond
District (ourt of Nho ()rlIani;. In the mrnlttr ,of
ltie' Sip'cSitton of the Ihte Frtrniuist o Marutrlnz,
deonsasdl. No. 1.t,5719 of docket of sabi court.
+onizld In the above suite.
T"rmins-Clcsh on the spot.
T )MAf hl h. HANDY.
Civil -,hrlfl of tbh ParJ:.h of Orleans.
----o -. ------- . Y
The City of New Orleans vs. Aulwunte
S.hu Ic : same v-.. same; samre vs. same ; same
Vs. same.
oUI'EIITOL DISTICTG' COTIT FOR THE
tl parish of Orleans, Nos. O5'2, 119812, 73,'52ll
and tH25 - By virtue of four writs of Ileri
facias, to me directed 1,v the honorable the
Huperior Distrirt Court for the parish of Or
loens, inl the taove entitled cauises, for city taxes
of 1870, 1871, 1874 andi 1876, I will proceed to
sell at. publi auction, at the Merchants and
Aunetioniers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouis treets, in the Second
District of this eity, on SATURDAY. August
11. 1877, at 12 o'clock mn.. thie following de
scribe" property, to wit.
A CESTAIN LOT OF (GROUND, situated
In the First District of tbas city, in square
number two Ihuillnred anirldi eighty-seven
ioumnded by Basin. MelFomene. Rampart and
Thalia streets. deIsignated as lot niumnler two,
measuring thirty-two feet front on Basin street
by ninety-seven feet in deuth.
Seizedi inl tl.he abo'itve mqitt'.
T'It()MAH II. FIANDY.
Civil S;hberiff of the Parish of Orl.ans.
iylU 19 "to ill
Citizens' Bank of Louisiana vs. Philip
li:ckey Morgan.
TrIIIltD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans. No. 21.782-By virtue of a
writ of seizure and sale, to me directed by the
honorablethe Third DistrictCou rr for the parish
of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will
proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
chants and Au etioneers' Exchange, Royal street.
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District of this city, on MATURDAY.
September 8, 1877. at 12 o'clock In., the following
dc(scrited property, to wit
A CERITAIN LOT OF IROUND, together wi:b
all the buildiugs and impr9vements thereon
and appurtenances thereof, and all th, rights,
ways. privileges. servitudes and advant iges
thlcreunto belonging or in anywise aipot' r
taining, situated in the First Dirtrict of this
city, in the square bounded by Camp. Julia, St.
Charles and Girod streets, designated by the
number twenty-four, on a plan drawn by Louis
Bringler,late surveyor general.,on the nineteenth
February. 1831, and measures twenty-seven Ic, t
front on Camp street by a depth of one hundred
and fifty-nine feet two inches three lin-s. ex
tending between parallel lines to St. Mary street,
which intersects the whole of said square. Be
ing the same property which the defendant
herein acquired by purchase from C. T. Estiin.
as per act tefore Scllm Magner, late a notary
public in this city, dated twenty-eighth Novem
Der, 1865.
Seized in the above suit.
Ternms-Cah on the spot,
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orlans.
au7 17 27 8.'8
The City of New Orleans vs. Estate A. M.
Buchanan; same vs.'. san': same vs. same;
same vs. Widow A. M. Buchanan ; samne vs.
Widow M. Buchanan; saine vs A. H. McK.
Buchanan.
SUPERIOR DISTRIICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans. Nos. 69.567, 69.083, 52,476.
1628, 1610 and 1247-By virtue of six writs of lieri
facias, to mir directed by the honorable the Su
perior District Cort for the parish of Orleans,
in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of
1574. 1875 and (1576 1 will proc.ed to sell at public
auction, at the b't.rehants and A iutioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Se,ond Ioistriot of this
c ity, on TUESDAY, August 8, 1877. at 12 o'clock
im.. the following dlescribed , roperty; to wit
1. A CEI'TAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in
the Second District of this city, in square
number one hundred and twenty-live, bounded
by Rampart, Customhouse, Basin and Bienville
strieets, designated as lot number flve, measur
ing twenty-six feet front on Rampart street by
one hundred and twenty-eight fe-t in depth.
2. A CKRTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated
in the Third District of this city, in square
number three hundred and eighty-one, bounded
by Esplanade. Kerlerrci. Marais and St. Claudl
streets, designated as lot number five, measur
ing ninety feet front on Esplanade street by one
hundred and twenty-eight feet in depth.
3. THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, sit
uated in the Third I)strict of this city, in
square numtber ten hIundred and thirty
seven, bo)undI d by Galv-z, Onzaga. Laper
rouze: and Johnson streelts. de.signated as
lots numbers ninll ten and eleven. measuring
two hundredl anti thirteen feet front on Gatvez
street by one hundred and seventein feet in
depth.
Seized in the above sui's.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
(;vii Sheriff of thNe 'Parish of O;l:1as.
jy7 17 au$
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from the machine to wind thread on the bobbins, which muat be done with all
other Sewing Machines, to the great annoyance of the operator, especially in
tucking, hennaing and ruflling. It does one-third more work in a given length
of time than any other Sewing machine.
WITH EVERY NOTION of the FOOT the MACHINE MAKES SIX STITHIES.
Thre Wilso achines will do as much wok in one dy as fou othe Xahian.
It requires no special Instructions to use it; an Illustrated Direction Book is
furnished with each machine,
IT CANNOT GET OUT OF ORDER, AND THE ADJUSTMENTS ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT.
A properly executed Certificate is furnished with each machine, guaranteeing
to keep it in repair, free of charge, for five years. Machines sold on easy
terms of payment, and delivered, free of charge, at any Railroad Depot in the
United States where we have no Agents.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue. PwI Agents Waitd.
For full particulars call or address
WILSON SEW*NG MACHINE 00.,
189 Canal Street, NEW 0LA.S1.
R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERYTS
Furniture Emporium,
ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET.
The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture
Establishment in the City.
Constantly on hand, and at the LOWEST MARKET PRICEB, the largest and best selecteC
assortment
PARLOR O OODS
To be found in the Bout consisting of
Suits Upholstered in Brocatel, Cotoline, Reps, Terry and Hair Cloth,
and Finished in Gilt.
MARBLE TOP INLAID CARD and FAN.T TA*.
BLEq French PLATE MIRROBRS and Patent Famsl
CHAiBs; dne BEDROOM BUITS, with Freneh Pla
Pree er IDreing Cse. and Araoi;d mo;
Frencb kPat. HALL STANDS, with HALL rAI
to match; DINING.BOOM and LIBRBARY SUITS of
every grade.
A oomplete assontment of MEDIUM and COMMON
FURNITURE, of every grade suitable for oatmny
and plantation use.
and(hair.
BPRING HAIR and MOSS MATTRSSEBB HAIR
and FEA7&' EB PILLOWS and BOLSTERL , mad
LOUNGES, made to order.
ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTOBIES, 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 publis
for their past patronage, we solicit a continuance of the same in the future.
R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY,
Armory Hall. No. 8"o Camp Street, New Orleans.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1825.
Corner Delord and Constance Street.
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WE ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse,
Vacuum Pans, Clariflers and Filters,
SAW MILLS, COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOVEB
NORS, GIN GF &RING, FURNACE MOUTHS, GRATE BABS,
ALL KINDS OF
PLANTATION AND STEAMBOAT WORK,
And every description of Machinery for the South.
We beg to call special attention to our large stock of SUGAnRETTL. Having tu!
chased the entire stock of the Stacker Iron Works of Tennessee, for which r. E. . Laville
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 maunufacture, pries list of which we
will be pleased to furnish upon application.
fel5tf LEEDS & CO.
P. 0. FAZENDE.
Stock, Note and Bond
BROKER.
OFFICE-No. 175 COMMON STFEET.
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PREMIUM BONDS
ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR 8ALE IN
SUMS TO SUIT.
LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS
Purchased by A. LXMORE.
at2 Ln No'. (alder oorm,
Meat Stalls Ros. t as8 lagazine Market.
upDliese Shins. Families. Hotels, etc.. with
EGGS, VEGETABLES,
FOWIA, *AJ NA
Perk, aasasa ~ Tr3. e., uEt
And everything the market affords.
LA BTIN LANI ES Js.. Butcher.
Vegetable Stalls Noe, 123 & 121 Mtagina "¶:ia

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