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JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTIO?1 SALEM.
By Sheriff Handy.
MUCCESSION OW THE LATE GEORGE Y.
BRI(HT, DECEAISED.
eocond District Court for the Parish of Orleans.
BY rIIRTUE OF AN OIiDER OF HALE.
rendend ,JIuly 14, 1977. to ru dir'Ied by
the honorable the SHecond District Chart for
the parish of Orealn., in the above en
titlld mat'er, I wit proceeed to syll it paidi , aic
tion. at the Merchants ane Anotlonoeer' Ex
change,. Royal striet, i).twIen Canal anid Cues
tomhouse street,. in the, M'cod1)1 Distri't of this
city. on SATULtDAY, August 18, 1877, at 12
o'clock mn., for acc.lnt of said s(uc(ession, the
followitg dsc ribed trop rty, to wit
1. A CEITAIN PIECE O1 I'PORTION OF
GROUND, with ti' h uildings and improwv mnts:
theroon, situated in t Ih First )listri't of this city,
in tile SqIitarie bho nllld by 8(. Charles, St. Jo3et, h
and Carounielet streets and Triton Walk and
Tivoli Circl,. and nelfiasllres, English meansure,
twenty-iight flet onie inch two lines fronton 1t.
()Charles street, thirty-two feet one inch seven
liine in width in the rear, one hulnlmred and
twenty-six feet two inchlies four lines in depth
on the line nearest Sti. )Josephl street, and one
hundred and ten fect four lin11 in depth on the
line nearest Tivoli Circle, on ia skeitc'h y W.
Thornton Thompson on the thunthof H .ti'mher',
1856, heing the same property tael'u ired by the
deeased by pur'iuchase from Mrs. Harah A. ]1ar
per, iby act before S. Magner, lahtt a noltary pb
lie in this city, on ill' thirtoenth ()Otobr. 1m56.
2. A CEIRTAIN LOT OF OLil()UN). with the
buildings and linlprovetn'nts thereon, sitllated
-n the suburbl Dolord of this city, ini the s8lluire
aoundl i hby Camp. IDolord, Nnyandes and onl
linDe streets. anid ineasuires, American mentcIsure,
thirty-six feot one inch five l1ins on Camp
streoety one hiundred iand twenty-live feet ight
inches six lines ini depth on the side line' to
wards Calliope streft, one hundred atni fifty
feet three Inches two lines on the sideline near
est Delord sttreet anni frty-three feet nine
inches two lines in width in the rear. AcquuirCed
by the tldecnsed from Frankuin Hhaw by nut
before S. H. Lewis, a'ling for I. Ricirdo. notary
public, dated the twenty-ilfth of May, 1848.
Which property is now under lease, to cxrire on
the first of September 1877, at the rate of sixty
dollars per month.
o, r CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. with the
buildings and improvements thereon. situated
in the Second Municipality of this city, in the
square bounded by Magazine, Fqui'her, Delord
and Poeyfarre streets and designated by the
number five,. on a plan by 0. T. Dunbar, sur
veyor, on the twelfth of November, 1841a. Said
lot measures twenty-four feet five and two-sev
enths inches front on Magazine street by one
hundred and thhlteen feet two inches in depth
between parallel lines, and is bounded in the
rear by an alley eleven feet eleven inches wide.
of which it has the use in common with other
lots. Wh ch property is now under lease, to
expire on the first of November, 1882, at the rate
of twenty d liars per month.
4. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with the
buildings and improvements thereon, situated
In the suburb Marlgny of this city, known as
numb ninety-four, having twenty-six feet
frontoff the public prumenade, or Marlgny
canal by one hundred and twenty feet in depth,
French measure, bounded on one side by the
property of Tessier, and on the other by that
of o. Fazende, said lot situated in that square,
bounded by Elysilin Fields, Chartres, (late
Moreau), Rtoyal (late Casacalvo) and Marigny
streets. The house bears No, 51: on Elysian
Fields street. Being the same property which
the said deceased acquired by purchase from
Nicholas Jus'in Hugon by act before Wm. Y.
Lewis, late a notary public, on the first of
August, 1828.
a. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated id
the town of Milnoburg. on Lake Pontchartrain,
designated as number two, in squaro number
six, on the original plan of said town. by Lonis
Bringler. late surveyor on the sixteenth of May,
1831, depositei in the office of C Pollock, notary
Dublie, late of this city; said lot having. French
measure, sixty feet front on America street be
tween Musti' and Arts streets, by one hundred
and twenty feet deep: being the same property
which the deceased acquired by purchase from
Alexander Milne, by act before C. Pollock, late a
notary public, on the seventh of July, 1831.
N. B.-The property thirdly described is rented
to the thrty-first October, 1A2, at twenty dollars
per mnnth, payable monthly, and the property
seoondly described is rented to thirtieth of Sep
tember. 1877, at sixty dollars per month, and for
one year more unless the tenant gives notice
before the first of August, 1877.
Terms-Cash on th I AS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ysl8 211 ait 815 1t
ft Nass of Hodgson.
BSAE FOR A PARTITION.
CHARMING ST. CfTARLES STREET RESI
IDEINCE NEAR TIVOLI CIRCLE.
ONE OF THE 'TIIRTEEN BUILDINGS ON
JULIA STREET.
Between Camp and St. Charles streets.
VALUABLE THt.aD DISTRICT PROPERTY.
SUOCESSION OF H. M. CROOKS.
Second District Court Parish of Orleans-Dock
et INo. 38,825,
BY NASH & HODG0SON-W. I. HODOBSON,
Auctioneer-Office. No. 1sCarondelet street.
On RATU BDAY, August 1. 1877, at 12 o'clock m..
at the St Charles Auction Exchange in the
basement rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, in
this city, by virtue and in pursuance of an order
and judgment of the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of
the Second District Court for the parish of
Orleans, signed July 6, 1877, docket No. 38,825,
for account of .he succession of H. M. Crooks
(leceaoed, for a partition, at public auction, will
be sold
1. TWO VALUABLE LOTS OF GROUND.
together with all the buildings and improve
ments thereon, situated in the First District of
this city, in the sunare bounded by St. Charles
(late Nayades), Prytania, Calliope and Clio
strcnts, designated as lots Nos. 5 and 6, which
adjoin each other, and measure each 26 feet 7
inches 5 lines front on St. Charles (lute
Nayades) street by a depth of 120 feet. all more
or less between parallel lines, American meas
ure, with the use of an alley in their rear 14
feet wide, opening into each Clio and Calliope
streets, common to these and other lots border
ing tllhereon.
The improvements consist of that eligibly lo
cated and handsomely finished two and a half
story brick residence known as No. 290 Bt.
Charles street.
2. A VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvements there
on, situated in the First District of this city, in
the square bounded by Julia, St. Joseph. St.
Charles and Camp streets, designated as lot No.
a, and measuring 26 feet 3 inches front on Julia
street by a depth of 105 feet, all mere or less, be
tween parallel lines. American measure, being
bounded in the rear by an alley 11 feet 7 inches
wide, opening into each Camp and St. Charles
streets. which alley, as well as 6 feet square of
the southwest corner of said lot, are subject to
the servitudes detailed and set forth in the act
of sale by which Samuel Levermore acquired
said property from the New Orleans Building
Company, and acquired by said Crooks from
Mrs. Ann McRivett. as per act before Hero, late
notary, dated July 29, 1864.
The improvements consist of A THREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE. known as No. 154,
Julia street.
3. ONE VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, to
gether with all the buildings and imnDrovelments
thereon. situated in the Third I)istrict of this
city in the square bounded by Claiborne (late
Bt. Avid) Robertson (late St. John Baptiste), An
nette and St. Anthony streets, designatedl by the
No. -, and measures 64 feet (frot on each Clai
borne and Robertson streets by a del th of 11)2
feet (running through the square). all more or
less, between parallel lines. American mealucre.
The whole of the above preperti's are according
to plans, which may be seetn at the place of salel.
The im provements consist of a cottage on eaicll
end of the said lot.
Terms and Conditions-One-third cash and
the balance in equal payments at one and two
years with eight per cent per annum interest,
and the clauses of seecial mortgage with ven
dor's lien, the fact de non alienando, five per
cent for attorneys' fees in case of suit. and all
charges, the improvements to be kept fully in
sured 'ndl transfer of policies to holders of
eredit notes: the purchasers to assume the
taxes dlll and exigible in 1878. over and ab1vet
their bids. Ten per cent to be paid cash on the
spot, to bind the sales.
Ac's of sale before A. Ducatel Esq.. notary
pullic. at the expense of the purchasers.
1y7 1522 2.L au. tia l
By Placide J. Spear.
CLAIM AGAINST THE CITY OF NEW
QRLEANS.
SUCCESSION OF PIERRE HENO.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
N,. 35,s80.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer -
Office No. 46 Royal street-SATURDAY.
August 11, 1877, at 10i o'e'ock a. m. will be sold
at public auction at 46 Royal street, by virtue
and in pursuance to an order from the Hon.
A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second District Court
for the parish of Orleans. dated December Is,
1876, for account of said succession
A CLAIM AGAINST THE CITY OF NEW
Orleans for se4 25,
Terms--sUsh. - jyIl aut 1
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
SHERIFF SALEF .
John W. Hillman vs. Henry L. Mtevenson.
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT FOR
the Sixth and Sevenvth Munilipal Districts of
the parish of Orleans, No. 970-I3y virtue of it
writ of seizure andll at, to mei diirectd by the
honorable toe recond Judicial District Court for
tbhe ixth and cSeventh Munici pal istriits of the
parish of Orleans. in the above entlied
cause, I will proceed t. sell at publi' oal(e
tion, at the .Mrehants andI Ailtiolners' ' Ex
change, Rtotal street, between (Canal liand Cus
tomhouse streets, in the M.eond Di)strit of this
city, on SATURDAY. Seiptmbehr 8. 1877. at. 12
o'clock m., the following described prl ot rt v. ti,
wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GIOUND). toet her
with all Ith, bui dings and izmtprovemenlits therei
on11, andt all rights. wiYs.s ptriviages nIdl appLIr
tenances thereint t h-lolnrtiig or" lu nilywiie
ap, ertiinlng sitituate in thi Sixthl Di.tilia t of
this .ity, foreerlyv I ursivilli, turi'si of JfoTer
son. In this State, Iing thl'e eaistern half of
sllluaret nuimlel' sixty-otin, boulidieiiJd by St.
(Carlllel (late Nya'le) st,'.et tandl NashvileI
Avonue (late Nahihvilli street. l urst and
Eleanor streete. as per plan drawn by lBenjaminin
]Buisson, tate scilrv r vor, dlltited se.ventilntin i lay of
Marchl. 1(i7,. -nd deposltedi alolng the records of
William Bloswell. latoa notary pulc in t his city.
Said ptortlion of grouirnl measures ono hiuiiiired
and twerntv-foulr feet live lutIhe one line front
on St. (Charts Avenue. four hlnltred anti forty
six feet six Inches six lines front on Nashville
Avenllue. o011 hundred anil twenty feet front on
Hurst etreet by foulr hundredI and seventy-nine
feet live inlhes three' lilies on the line dividing
It from tihe western half of cani squlare and to
ward Eleanor street, forming the corner of St.
(Charls and Nishville Avenues and Nashville
Avono.e and HuLt stlreet,
Seized inl th, above suit.
'Terms and Conditions-The pulrchaser to pi)ty
cash three notes of one t.housand dollars en li.
diutn April 1. 1871. October 1. 1876. an'l April I,
1877, with intrest at t ie rate of eighlt pe'r cent
per annum from October ;. 1871 nllltil the Ilty
of tale; twenty-five dollars and (ilty cent's,
amount raid for insu ring the oropert v, and three
hutndrld and nineteen tdollars and for y conts.
amount paid to thle cityof New Orleans for taxes
for the years 1871 and 1877, and five per rent at
torney's fees on the amount of the three notes,
wit h intert.st and costs of suit, The plurcihaser
to assume thle notes yet to become dlli, say, one
thousand dollars on the first of October. 1877.
and two other notes. oach for the sum of three
thousand dollars. payable respectively on the
first of OPtober. 1878. and first of October, 1479,
and all hearing interest at the rate of eight pr
cent per annum from date until iaitl.
THOMAS 11. HANI)Y,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ani 17 27 seR8
The City of New Orleans vs. Estate A. M.
Buchanan; same vs. 'same: sainme vs. same;
same vs. Widow A. M. Biuc'hanai ; same vs.
Widow M. Buchanan ; same vs. A. H. MeK.
Buchanan.
SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans, Nos. 69,567, 69,0iR3. 42.476,
101, 1880. and 1247-By virtue of six writs of IlIri
faolas, to me directed by the honorable thei Su
ferior District Court for the parish of Orleans
in the above entitled causes, for city taxis cof
1874 1875 fInd 1876, I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second Distriet of this
city, on TUESDAY, Angust 8, 1877. at 12 o'clock
m.. the following described property, to wit
i. A CERTAIN LOT OF GOUND, situated in
the Seoond District of this city, in square
number one hundred antd twenty-five, bounded
by Rampart, Customhouse. Basin and Bilenville
streets, designated as lot number'flve, measur
ing twenty-six feet front on Rampart street by
one hundred and twenty-eight foeet in depth.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUNDI situated
in the Third Distriot of this city, in square
number three hundred and eighty-one, bon nded
by Esplanade. Kerlnree, Marais and St. Claude
streets, designated as lot number five. meastur
ing ninety feIt front on Esplanade street by one
hundred and twenty-pight feet in depth.
3. THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND. sit
uated in the Third District of this city, in
square number ten hundred and thirty
seven, hounded by Galvez., Onzga. Lapey
rout. and Johnson streets. ,de.signatted as
lots numbers nine, ten and eleven, measuring
two hundred anti thirteen feet front on Galvez
street by one hundred and seventeen feet In
Seized in the above sul!1.
Terms--Csh on the spot.
THOMAS IT. HANDY
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Olicans.
jy7 17 aus
The City of New Orleans vs. Morris New
man; same vs. same.
S-'UPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
" parish of Orleans, Nos. 8s.838 and 6125
By virtue of two writs of fler facias, to me di
rected by the honorable the Superior District
Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above
entitled causes, for city taxes of 1875 and
1876, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange.
Royal str et, between Canal and Customhouse
streets,. in the Second I)strict of this city, on
TUESDAY August 8.1877, at 12 o'clock m., the
followinl described propferty, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated in
the First District of this city, in square number
twohundredand eightfy-eoght, boundfed by RIlam
part, White, Thalia and Erato streets, desig
nated as lot number five, measuring thirty-two
feet front on Rampart street by niellty-seven
feet in depth.
Sitzed in the above suits.
Terms--Cash on the spot.
THOMAS II. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the I'arish of Orleans.
jy7 17 atl8
The City of New Orleans vs. Widow Rich
ard Howard; slime vs. same: same vs. same.
SUPERIOR I)ISTRICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans, Nos. 71,676, s6,970 and
4a30-By virtue of three writs of leri facias, to
m0e dlirected by the honorable the Superior Dis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
above entitled cauoses, for city taxes of 1874, 1875
and 187(1, I will p~roeed to sell at p'fblitf auction,
at tihe Merchants and Aultioneers' Exchange.
Royal streetf. between Canal and Customhouse
streets, in the Secnd District of this city, on
TUESDAY, Asgust a, 1977, at 12 o'clock m., the
following desfirilhod property, to w t
A CERTAIN I'ORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the Fourth District of this city, in
square number twenty-flive. bounded by Rous
se'au, Sconid. Lovef and Third streets, desig
narted as follows: lots numbers one to four,
measuring one hundred andt sixty-two feet
front on Ri )s4eau street by one hundred and
twenty-five feet in deplth; lots numbers nine to
eleven, measuring onefl hundred anfd two feet
front on Levee street by one hundred and twen
ty-six feet in depth.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the s ot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parislh of Orleans.
jy7 17 aus
The City of New Orleans vs. Pierre La
raze; same vs. sRlme; siame vs. saime.
_SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
1 parish of Orleans, Nos. 77.956. 90.189 and 7713
By virtue of three writs of lfiri flcias, to me
directed by the honorable the Superior District
Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above
entitled causes, for city taxes of 1874, 1575 and
1876, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse
streets, in the Second District of this city, on
TUESDAY, August 8, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the
following described praperty to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GR6OUND, situated in
the Fourth District of this city, in square
nulmber eighty-four, bounded by Chippewa.
Eigth. Annunciation and Ninth streets, oesirg
natcd is lot number one measuring fifty feet
front on Chippewa street by one hundred and
thirty feet in depth.
Seized ill thile above suits.
T(-rlllts--Cas on tilt, Hl,)t.
TTO-CAS H. HANDY.
Civil Shlriff of the Plarish of Orleans.
jy7 17 aus
The City of New Orleans. vs. John Gerber.
SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
pa lrish of Orleans, No. 87.053-By virtue of a
writ of fleri facias, to me directed by the honor
abla the Superior District Court for the parish
f" Orleans. in the above entitled cause, for city
taxes of 1875, I will prodcod to sell at public aln
tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
,ehange, lRoyal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city, on TUESDAY, August 28, 1877. at 12 o'clock
m.. the following described pr,,penrty. to wit
1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the Fourth District of this city. in
square number eighty-one, bounded by Chip
pewa., ixth. Annunciation an(d Washington
streets. designated as lots Ilnumbtlers one and
two, measuring lt fky-sevenf t eet front on Chip
pewa street by one hundird anl twenty feet in
depth.
2 A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit
uated in the Fourth Dietriet of this ,ity, ill
square number eighty-two, bounded by
Seventh, Sixth. Annunciation and Chippewa
streets, designated as lots numbers nine and
eleven, measuring ninety-seven feet front on
Seventh street by one hundred and twenty
seven feet in depth.
- Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cah on the soot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
jy27 au9 28
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
SUCCESSION NOTICES.
nuccession of J. Payne Thomas.
, ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
Sishi of Orleans No. o9,4657-Whereas, E. T.
Parker, public admulistrator, ihas petitioned
the nourt for letters of administration on the
estate of the late J. Payne Thomas, deease,l.
intestate. Notic' is hereby given to aIl whom it
maly concern to show ,aulse within ton days why
the prayer of the said tetitiolner should not le
gr"lnted.
By order of the court.
.lil4 . D* . JOlHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Muccession of Augustus Mtuart.
IECONI) DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARl
Sish of (Orltans No. 39.l105-Notice is hereby
given to tbhe creditors of this estate and to all
other persons heroin internsted, to show cause
within ten ldays from the presint notifleation, if
any they have or can, why the account presented
by Mrs. Widow A. Htiuirt. testmnentarv cxeii
trix of the deesed should not ie approved
and homologa ed, and the funds dlistrionted in
accordance therewith.
MBy order otf the co urt.
au4 n 13* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Mlucceeeion of Mrs. Victoire Gutlchnrd,
deenasid widow of Martin Magloire Gui
chard.
ECOOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
L- ish of Orleans. No. :tl..cl-Whereas. Leo
eold Guicthard. Jr.. has petitioned the court. for
letters of arllinistration on the estate ,of the
late Mrs. Victairi (lGuthard., dticansed widow ,of
Martin Magloire Guicihardi. ldoceased,l intestate.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it may en
corn to shtow causelI within toll dalys why thei
prayer of the iair petitioner shoull not Ie
grante,,.
By order of I he col rt.
anl4 153* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Wuccession of Adam Joachim or Jochim
LECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
i parish of Orleans. No. 39!),45-Whereoar
John I'. Rohrer has petitionedl the court for
letters of administration on the estate of the
late Adam Joachim or Jochim, dAeased, in
testate. Notice is hereby given to all whom It
may concern, to show cause iiithin ten days
why the plrayer of the said petitioner should
not he granted.
By order of the court.
jy:lt au4 9* JGHN HERBERT, Clerk.
urccession of J. W. cteharle.
SECOND DISTRICT COURt FOR THE PAR.
k- isf of Orleans, No. 3..531-Notice is hereby
given to tlhe creditors of this estate, and to all
other persons herein Interested.t to show cause
within ten (lays from the present notification,
if any they htave or can, why the account ore
sent ed by Mrs. C. E. Zacharie, testamentary
executrix of the deceased, should not be ap
proved and homolgated, and the funds dis
tributed in accordance therewith.
By order of the court.
au5 9 14* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Nuccessions of Michael Gannon and his
wife. Ann Gannon.
QECOND DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR
L1 ish of Orleans, No. 39s.61:-Whereas, Eliza
bcth Gannon has petitioned the court for letters
of administration on the estates of the late Mi
chael Gannon and his wife, Ann Gannon, do
ceased intestate. Noticn is hereby given to all
whom it may concern, to show cause within ten
days why the prayer of the said pvtitioner
should not be granteil.
By order of tile court.
alS 914* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Muccesslon of Andrew Kissinger.
t-ECOND DISTRICP COURT FOR THE
LJ parish of Orleans, No. 39t6-h-Whereas
Mrs. Mae Liebert, tutrix. has petitionedl
the colrt for letters of administration on the
estate of the late Andrew Klssinger dleceased,.
Intestate(. Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern to show cause within ten lays why
the prayer of the said petitioner should not be
granted
By order of the court.
jy31 apt 9* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Succession of Henry Duvlau.
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
- the succession of Henry Duviau, will pre
sent them in the ten clays at Mr. W. E Murplhy
attorney at law corner of Royal and Customhouse
streets.
aul c 10" M. VERONOLE
INSURANCE.
THE PEOPLE'S INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW ORLEANS.
Office, No. 10 Carondelet street.
SIXTH ANNUAL STATEMENT.
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the company publish the following
statement:
Premiums received during
the year ending June 3.,
1277:
On Fire risks....$35,756 10
On river risks.... 4,238 97
Onmarine risks.. 5,168 0(
Total Premiums ........ $48,193 07
Less return premiums...... 467 18
$47,525 S9
Add proflt and loss...... 19.123 78
$65,649 67
Less unterminated premiums 10,000 34
Net premiums received $-5,559 33
Losses paid during the same
period:
On fire risks ................ $20.420 65
On river risks............... 1,r2 71
On marine risks............ 1,226 27
Rebate ....................... 7,141 05
Reinsu ran ................ 2.413 32
Taxes..................... 2,928 5:3
Rent......................... 1,100 00
Printing, advertising, etc.. 672 90
Board of Underwriters... 1,554 25
Expenses, etc., less interest 4.664 55
$43,124 23
Net profit........... ........... $12,435 10
The company has the fol
lowing assets:
Premiums in course of
collection ................. $7,822 60
Bank and other stocks.... 56,721 05
Real estate................. 13,941 95
Notes secured by pledge.. 8,694 98
Notes secured by mortgage. 13,015 16
Bills receivable at short
terms ................... 8,108 19
Office furniture and fix
tures ...................... 2,879 13
Suspense account.......... 1.711 40
Cash on bhand............... 9630 98
Total assets .....................$122.525 44
The above statement is a true and correct
transcript from the books of the company.
ERNEST PRAGST. President.
JOHN WILSON, Vice President.
P. H. SCHNEIDAU. Secretary.
Sworn and subscribed to before me, at New
Orleans, this o1th day of July 1877.
JOHN BENDERNAGEL, Notary Public.
NEW ORLEANS. July lo, 1877.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
this (lay, it was unanimously resolved to declare
a dividend of TEN per cent on the capital stock,
lpayable on demand and a further dividend of
FIVE per cent to ALL insurers on their earned
premiums for the year ending June 30, 1877, in
addition to the rebate of 15 per cent already re
ceived by said insurers on their gross pre
miums. payable on and after the 6th day of Au
gust. 1877.
jyl2 rm P. H. SCHNEIDAU. Seceretary.
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOHI HANSEN
S8 and 8. Canal street, New Orleans.
TO ALL SOUTHERN CITIZENS.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves and
am determined to help build up the manufac
turing interest of our native State in order to
helm the laboring classes and keep the money
whfch would otherwise go to the North, at home.
About a year ago I started my Factc ry, and by
using the best material and payina my hands
romptly. I have been enabled to extend my
usiness and support s00 women and children
that would have otherwise left the State. In
order still to increase my Factory, I would
earnestly call unon the merchants, not only of
the city. but of the whole country, to give me
their atd and encouragem ent, (me snd sa me.
401417 JNO. HANSEN
INSURANCE.
MERCHANTB' MUTUAL INSURANCE COM
PANY OF NEW ORLEANS,
104..............Canal street..............104
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL STATEMIENT.
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the Company publish the following
statement:
Premiums received during the year ending
May 31, 1877, including unoarned premiums
of the previous year
On Fire Risks....................... $61,296 52
On Marine Risks .................... 24.473 93
On River Risks...... " ............... 25,679 37
Total Premiums ................ $411,449 82
Loss Unearned Premiums...... 118,115 00
Net Earned Premiums May 31,
1877.............................. $293.331 82
Losses paid
On Fire Risks .............$117,867 98
On Marine Risks.......... 17,052 50
On River Risks........... . 3,596 77
Taxes and expenses, less
interest ............... 28,6.3 38
Reinsurances and Re
turned Premiums.... 16,104 03- $183,314 66
Profit............................ $110,020 16
The Company have the following assets:
Real Estate ..................... ......$299,079 49
City Bonds ..... ..................... 110,419 50
Bank. Bailr ad and other Stocks
and Mortgage Bonds............ 169,235 56
Notes secured by mortgat.o....... 214,042 06
Notes secured by pledge .......... . 42.307 97
Bills receivable ...................... 75,164 19
Premium in courseof collection.... 49,087 93
Cash on hand........................ 77.007 63
Total .............................. 1,026.344 23
' he above statement is a just. true and cor
rect transcript from the books of the Company
PAUL FOURCHY, President.
G. W. NOTT, Secretary.
HTATE OF LOUISIANA.
Parish of Orleans. City of New Orleans.
Sworn to and subscribed before me the sev
enth day of June, 1877. JAMES FAHEY.,
Notary Public.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
on the seventh day of June, 1877, it was resolved
to declare a cash dividend of twenty per cent on
the not earned participating premiums for the
year ending May 31. 1877, payable on the third
Monday of July next.
Also, to pay to the Stockholders. on demand
interest at the rate of five per cent per annum
on their stock.
DIIECTOBR o :
P. Maspero Hy. Beebe,
D. A. Chailfraix. E. Toby
P. Fourchy. J M. Alien.
8. Z. Relf. M. W. Smith,
Charles Lafltte. D. Fatio,
je8 tf J. J. Fernandez.
T WENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMESNT
-OF TIE-
CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
NEw ORLEANS, May 19. 1877.
The Trustees, in conformity with amended
charter, submit the following statement of the
affairs of the company on the seth of April, 1877:
Fire premiums.............$188,068 51
Marine premiums.......... 29,816 95
River premiums...........1. 81,924 3
$299.,08 81
Earned premiums, less re
insurance and return pre
miums .................... 228.23 16
Losses paid and estimated,
including all known and
unpaid, sa.y:
Fire losses........ $C7,.3X C)
Marine losses..... 7,285 41
River losses....... 25.510 20
--- 100.131 21
Taxes, expenses,
discount in lieu
of participation.
etc.................$51.892 58
Less rents, salv
ago savings, etc. 11.7.6 72
-- 5$40o,125 6 $140,257 07
Gross profits.......................... $87.978
Of which $56.587 35 is appropriated to balance
of interest and liquidation of doubtful assets.
The comrn pany have the following assets
Bills receivable .............. $8.648 38
Loans on Bonds and Mort
gage .....•.... . ...... ..... 55.943 33
--$- 124,591 70
Loans on call ............$ 74.554 15
Cash. ................ 63,846 71
$ 138,400 86
City Bonds................... 72,055 00
Bank and other Stocks...... 73,415 63
Real Estate .................. 139.544 66
P'remiums in course of Col
lection and Suspense Ac
count ...................... 33.415 94
Total assets ............ $581,423 79
The above statement is a true and correct
transcript from the books of the Company.
THOS. A. ADAMS, President.
HENRY V. OGDEN, Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this nine
teenth day of May. 1877.
W. B. KLEINPETER,
Notary Publie.
The Board of Trustees this day resolved, that
after paying the annual dividend of TEN PER
CENT Ca ital Stock of Company. that a dividend
of TWENTY PER CENT In cash be paid on
MONDAY. June 11, to those parties entitled to
receive the same.
Thos. A. Adams. Fred'k Camerden
Sam'l B. Newman, J. L. Harris,
Sam'l H, Kennedy, Andrew Stewart,
John Phelps, Joseph Stone,
Adam Thomson, George Martin,
Henry Abraham, Alfred Moulton.
Victor Meyer, L. C. Jurey,
Edward J. Gay, Edward Nalle,
Joseph Bowling, Geo. W. Sentell,
Simen Hernshelm, A. Levi,
Nimon Forcheimer. Wm. H. Matthews.
Jos. B. Wolff., Paul E. Mortimer.
1. B. Post, John V. Moore,
Ed. Pilsbury, W. B. Conger,
Jno. E. King, Henry M. Prestr.
my22 1y
SUN MUTUAL I~NSURIANCI
COMPANY.
Paid UP Capital, $S50,000.
FROM THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL
STATEMENT FOR 1876.
Net annual earned pre
miums and Discounts
and Interest .............. 1407.958
Losses. Expenses, Taxes.
etc..---.....--............. $277,207 94
Reserved fund $10,ooo, and
Dividend on capital 10
per cent .............. 59.547 47-386.716
NetProfit.............--. 71.208"
Assets of tLh, ,,-pany es
timated at their cash
market value:
Stocks, Bonds, Loans and
Bills Receivable---..... 898,599 7E
Cash on hand and premi
ums in course of collec
tion .--...----.................----------------. 186.698 4
$885.298 21
Dividend paid on stock ten per n tIer an
num, and on participating policies twenty per
cent. payable in cash.
This old and reliable comranyis issuing Doll
ales on Fire. River a n Marine risks on the most
favorable terms. All losses promptly adjnsted
and settled upon liberal terms at their offlce,
62 Camp street. JAMES L DAY.
-. president,
H. C zwue a. Becretsnd'P isill
SAVE * a
I- -
GRAND PRIZE
CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION 1876.
AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Its competitors receiving only an award for some special feature of their machines.
The World-roaownel Wilson Shuttle Sewing Machine
Has Unlimited Capacity to do all kinis. of Family Sewing and Manufacturing,
ITS PATENT AUTOMATIC "CUT OFF" on the hand wheel prevents the ma.
chine from running backwards, and obviates the necessity of taking the work
from the machine to wind thread on the bobbins, which must be done with all
other Sewing Machines, to the great annoyance of the operator, especially in
tucking, henmning and ruffling. It does one-third more work in a given length
of time than any other Sewing machine.
WITH EVERY MOTION of the FOOT tile MACHINE MAKES SIX STITCHES.
Ther3 Wilson lchines will do as anh work in one d.a an four other aohin
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 live years. Machines sold on easy
terms of payment, and delivered, free of charge, at any Railroad Depot in the
United States where we have no Agents.
Send for Illstrated Catalogue. W Agents Wanted.
For full particulars call or address
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.,
189 Oanal Street. NEW O L.BAJS
R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERYlS
Furniture Emporium,
ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET.
_The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture
Establishment in the City.
o--
Constantly on hand, and at the LOWEST MABRKET PRICES. the largest and best selecte
assortment
PA LO R GOOD
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 FANCO TA.
BLEW; French PLATE MIBRORSBB and Patent Faacy
CHAlItS; fne BEDROOM SUITE, with French Plate
Drteer Dressing Clseer and Armoire; ma~l flee
French liate BHALL STANDS, with HALL OHAIII
to match; DINING-ROOM and LIBBARI BUITB at
every grade.
A complet assortment of MEDIUM end OOMMON
FURNITURE. of every grade suitable for country
and plantation nee.
A large stock of boxed and knock down Farniture
sand Chairs.
Sandý~ 'EA'HER PILLOWS a.d BOL8TEBI, Gad
LOUNGES, made to order.
ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EAST
AND WEST, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY.
All Goods packed and shipped free of charge. Thanking our friends and the nubile
for their vast patronage, we solicit a continuance of the same in the future.
R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY,
Armory Hall. No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleans.
mh3 tf
ESTABLISHED IN 1825.
Corner Delord and Constance Street.
--0---
WE ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse,
Vacuum Pans, Clarillers and Filters,
SAW MILLS, COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOVER
NORS, GIN GF&RING, FURBNACE MOUTHS, GRATE BARS,
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 SUGAR KETTLED. Having pur.
chased the entire stock of the Stacker Iron Works of Tennessee, for which Mr. . . Lavloe
beuvre was formerly agent (and the only genuine Tennessee Kettles in the market), we
offter the same for sale. as well as those of our own mauufacture, price list of which we
will be pleased to furnish upon application.
fel.t LEEDS t CO.
fels tI
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
LEON QUEYBOUZE. OSCOAB BOIS.
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE,
At the Blue stores.
Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets.
de14 '6 lv New Orleans.
PREMIUM BONDS
ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE IN
SUMS TO SUIT.
LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS
Purchased by A. LEMOBE.
a21l Ro'5 Gallier Couot,
Meat Stalls Nog. 3' & 88 Magazine Market.
Butvliee Bhise, Families. Hotels. etc.. with
EGGS, VEGBTABLEB,
FOWLS, &AN,
Beef, i Mutton
Fork, Sseage se Trip..te., Etea
And everything the market affords.
MARTIN LANE,B. Ja., Butcher.
yegetable Stalls No. 121 & 124 Magazine Market
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