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THE RICE OROP OF 1877t
Within the past decadethe rice crop of Lmulsi
anh has increased wor' t hAn thne produnetion of
any other staple in the 8outh. It has grown
from a crop of something over 2.,0K) barriels of
clean rice In loi; to over 17rIno.n barrels made In
1L76, Until a 'ompinrati'ely rece(nt date ri'O
was only grown in three or four parishes
(Plaqulmlnes parish producing more tIhan one
half the amount madti, and was eultivated al
most exclusively by white labor on small farms
and patches. The crop was then ei udely culti
vated and the grain alftrward threshed from
the at raw by th. hoofs of cattle, as it was in the
old world two thousand years ago. The hulling
of the grain dIring I the earlier years of its cul
tivatl on in our Htalte was donee by beating it out
by hand in wooden mortars, or on a larger Peale
by horse-power t'mtles.
The caeIs's which led to the rapid extension
of this culture have been so often discussed by
the press, and so well understood by our peoplre,
that it would be out of place to treat of them in
this.
The crop of 1x70 amounted to 110,00e barrels of
clean rice, grown in twenty-one parishes. Of
this Plaquemines produeed over lo,000, La
foulrchle 20,x00 and Mt. James 28,000 barrels. It is
safe to say that at. Iloest one-half this crop wast
produced on small farms by white labor, and
the other portion on large plantations whioh
werel' pDin. ally worked by negro labor.
The rie crop of 157a was unexpectedly large
for the acreage put in Pultivatlon. The spring
rise in the Mlssisstippi river and its effluent.
bavous caitio at the proper time for the nee's
nary irrigaltion. and the high water lasted in the
.incntur long enough to supply the fields until
they were properly headed, while it was bl.ssed
with the Ilti't, harvesting season over known in
the Stat e.
Tile price of last year's crop was so low that
it hecame for a time an ilmportant ques ion with
many engaged in the culture as to whether it
would be profitable for them to continue it.
However, a large majority of the lands that had
been devotod to the crop could not be utilized at
ones iii any other oultivation. An enormous
amount of capital had boon invested in the
"eqlupments" of the business, and it would
thave been folly to have let this capital remain
idle and the extensive fields go to waste. The
noted improvements consisted of fourteen ea
pacious and costly rice mills in the state (of
which eight were situated in this eity), more
than two hunired Improved steam threshors.
with engines and bollers attaohed. and a large
amount fI flooding and drainina machinery.
Former crops had borne the chief cost of all
this: and. now that it was paid for principally,
the crop of 1177 had no prospect of bearing an
. tra expense in these things. Beesides, a large
-amount of labor and more than l,eo00 acres of
land would be thrown out of employment by
lessening the culture to an important ex ent.
Hlence it was almost absolutely impossible to
discontinue the cultivation of riee on a large
a Rale, as it will be in Louisiana for several yeare
to come.
It is estimated that about fifteen per cent of
the rice area that was planted in 187e went out
of the culture in 1877. Of this the larger part
was that contained in rice fields that had been
opened on the back lands of segar plantations,
and a portion consisted of high lands, whicll
being better adapted to the cultivation of cane,
were ci her immediately devoted to this crop or
plhnted in corn, as a preparation for cane
planting.
With this decrease of acreage, which in the
largest rice producing parish. Plaquemines,
alone amounts to nearly 00oo acres, we may
naturally expect a decrease in the crop; though
" probably not such a deficiency proportionately
as the falling oft in acreage, as the rice now be
ing harvested is yielding much better than the
erop did the same time last year.
The olrcumstances attendant on the crop of
x1)' were altogether favorable. The spring rise,
though unusually late in comina, was early
enough to do its expected duty, The water re
mained high nearly till the first of August, late
enough to afford the fields all the water they
needed in the filling of the grain. The fields
now being harvested have not so far been visited
by a storm, which is at this season always par
tioularly dreaded by rice planters. In about a
month the harvest will be over, and the orop
completely secured from the dangers of wind
.and weather. With a continuation of a fair
harvest season the crop will continue to yield
more rice to the acre and a better quality than it
did last year. But. under the rcmost favorable
circumstances, it seuems that an estimate of
170,000 barrels would be rather high for the
present crop.
Ev, cn if the crop were 10o per cent less than
that of last year, it ought to bring a larger gross
income, as the quality of the grain is far better
and the market for cereals generally higiher.
There are vast areas of lands in the lower
part.of this State which'l are suitable for rice
and for no other crop. With these lands eoady
at all times to be utilized it is unlikely that tier
culture in Loutisiana will be suffered to de
crecase. With lhe grelduel inarease (if popu'a
tlion they will be broughlt into cu tivation. nild
we ,llmlly exlect tlhat ric' cultlure, though ohceketd
in its grondh at r.escsetnt, will again he extended
until LoueIsieni will be aLs far ahead of tlhe other
&nlthei'rl State' ill rice lrodduction as lshe is at
prose-nt ill stugr prodctitlon.
MONARCH (oluN MILL.-This is just the mill to
meet the wan's of our Ipantling commnuntty. It
does good wot k and its small cost enables
every planter to have one. Mr. Edward Thomp
son. in this city, is the agent. tbHad his adver
tisement.
MRssRa. SMITH nios. & (Co.-We d reet the at
tention of our readers, both in city and country,
to the adveltisement of these great wholesale
grpters and mpoorters whose immense stor's
at 85. 87 and so Poyvtras street are literally
crammed with the produots of every country
and clime.
. .Ncrns. FIREWORKS, ETc.--One of the largest.
if not the largest candy manufactories in thie
tEouth, is that of Messrs. Miller & Dielman, Nos.
't,. 52 and 54 Fouth Peter street. They ever
have on hand a splendid st,)sk of the products
o.f their factory, together with the justly cele
brated California wines and liquors, for which
they are sgents. They are also agents for
Mb,-rs. H. P. DI)ehl & (o.'s fireworks dry air
refrigerators and Budweiser beer. They sell
their good, at the lowest price and guarantee
them pure.
DRY GooDS AND NoTIoNs.-Everybody in the
Southwest knows where the huge store of
Messrs. J. Levois & Jamison is-at 126 Canal
street. The.e famous Importers and dealers
are now presenting to the numerous customers
and visit ors a most superb and varied collection
of goods in their line, which has been rarely, if
ever, equanled in the touth. It is a pleasu:e ti,
deal with thesegeutlnmen; their goods are so
superior, their prices s.) reasonable, and their
clerks so uuiformlty courteous, attentive and
considerate.
Hons IwsURANCE ('OMPANY.-We notice that
this ancient and staunch company will move
their office on the 1st of October to No. 27 Camp
street, a most desirable location. wherethey will
n intinue to insure against fre, marine and river i
risks at the lowest rates of penmium. This old
institution has always been a gr at favorite
with our business public, while its officers, Mr.
H. Fe chaud, thi president, and Mr. Louis B r
nett the secretary, a,e most highly esteemed
for their ability, uniform courtcsy and tair
dealing.
FACTORS AND TRADERS' INSURANCE COMPANT.
This company, though comparatively young in
years has assumed a place amongst the fore
nost institu'ions of th,' kind in New Orle 'ns.
From 'he daRe of its inauguration under the
.uspiees of he lamrentod Harmon Doane, to
he present time the administration of its af
tirs has be. n distinguished by rare prudlence,
iganity and ability, which have brought
tolt- p'esent r markabte position of pros
erity and stability. According to the cowmpa
no's annual statement on the seth of April l as
its assets amounted to $1.29t.90s, wh le the retn
,f the v' ar's bitine-ir wm most favoirble and
.ssurlng. Col E.A. Palfrey, the president, is
genltlnn of ability and experience, and gve,
its does (ajor Walker, the secretary, the greart
est satisfaction to the stokholder., audas won
the confidence of insurers. The ard or
trusteoes is compose of some of the most prom
Inont and successIul gentlemen of the city en.
agetd in commcrt'll iutrsUlits. 0t the whole,
the Factorsarid Tralders Cmpany has about it
all the elements of strength and petmanuney.
WAnown. CAnTS. Eta,-F-ee advertisement of
Messrs. Wilson, Childs & Co., at whose reposi
tory, Nos. OH, 70 and72 Carondelet street, will be
found a large assortment of cane and other
wagons for enlo at very low prices.
SFo.otn.--Messrs. Winm. H. Matthews & iro., 71
Poydras street, keep constantly on hand a sup
ply of the celebrated COle's Mills extra flour:
also other fanmous brands, such as Ht. Luke's
Mills, Dian a, Eoelsior t reole, Creole XXX,
etc., to which we call the atpnh Ilon of the trade.
Our esteemed friend. Mr. E. K. Converse, the
well-known commission merchant. No. st Mag
azine street, will pay particular attention to the
purchasing of suar, molasses and riOe, also to
the al of provisions and Western produce.
We direct the As elal att ,ni in of the trade to
his business card in another column.
BUILDrno l'Ar'an.-Mr. Edward Thompllson,
112 and 1it Poydras street, has for sale a large
stock of plain and ornamental building paper,
a sulLitlute for plastering and wa I paper com
b nod. He has also a sutlly of papor oil cloth
wh lt is handsomely finished in oil cloth and
carpet patterP.s, and mnakes a fine covering for
floors. hMr. Thomyson also has on hand the
ifamous Monarch eors mill, for gtinding corn
and rice. by hand or steam.
MKRssA. Zunonitan A. IlauAs.-It. gives us
pleasure to refer our reandrs to the card of
these widely known wholesale grocers and com
misr4ton tnierehonts, suec'ssors to Me-srs.
Shinemdor & Zubel'hier. Their establlhnistnt,
on tile corner of Tehoupn orila and (Commo'n
street', is one of the very largest in the city.
while their businesg ramifies th s ant the o.1
tiguo s $t'tes, throughout whih their name is
well known and highly appreelat d.
Of the general commisslon merchants of this
city none do a larger business or are more
favorably known than Meeurs. clhwabhaeher.
Frowenfold & Pfeifer. whose huge store, att the
corner of Povdrns and Megaslne streets. Is one
of the grand c-ntree of trade in Western pro
due', butter, cheese, etc. Over their butter and
",hcese department Mr. T. D. Clark presides.
Thles gentlema'i has had a long an, I lran 'ex i
rlence in this branch of business, Is thoroughly
posatitl as to its every detail, and enioys an ex
tensive acquaintaue and popul lrity.
A GuIAT Day GooPs BTrots -There are no
men in this city who know better than MI ssrs.
M. L. Byrne & Co. the tastes and require
ments of our peoole in the matter of dry goods,
both foreign and domeltic. Thy s lways keep
their mammoth esttabllshment filled to repletion
with a most cotmprehensive varte(y of goods in
their line, and buying and s, Illng exclusively
for cash, they are enabled to put their figures
down to the lowest and most reasonable rates.
We advile our rea Term to aive a careful perusal
to the advertisement of essrs. Byrne & Co.,
and to pay them an curly c +l.
MEaSas. E. . l HLT & Co.-Bo well and favor.
ably known throdghout the country is this
great house, that it would be altogether super
fluous for us to say a word in commendation
thereof; therefore we simply direct attention
to the advs rtisement to be fountd in another
plac of this morning. DtMooaAT. Ttlls ad
vertisementis so explicit and comprehensive
that the reader cnn obt in therefrom an Idea of
the extent and variety of the stock of groceries,
d'ugs, etc., which Mesars. E. J. Hart & Co. have
in store to meet the multitarious demands of
their customers.
LEsv's DOLLAR 8TORE.-The grand opening of
Levy's "Palais Royal." 137 Canal street, will take
place on or about October 1. The ladies and
children are on the tip-toe of pleasurable ex
eltement d anticipation, in view of this grand
event, and ILevy's reception on that day wll no
dobt be one fr tha grandet affairs of the ind
ever witnessed In New Orleans. A glance at the
advertieement in antther column will convey
some idea of the immense variety of the beauti
ful and useful articles wh(ih Levy will present
to the astonished and admit inat gae of his
multitudinous visitors. Great is Levy, and the
Dollar Store is hi profit.
BUILDING PAPEr AND PAPEv OIL tLOT.-Most
of our readers, we presume. are, aware that
building paper is now extensively used for the
furnishing of houses in lieu of plastering,
canvas and wall paper, etc. Its advantages for
making a room confortable and neat, cheap
ness and easy applleation, commetr d it for
general use. Paver oil cloth is meeting with at
yer) liberal demand for use in this city; not
withstanding its hehapness you will find it on
the floors of some of our finest residenoea. Mr.
Edward Thompson, 114 Poy'ras treet. is the
agent. Bead his advertisement.
HARDWAaRE ETc.--Of the great hardware es
thldishments of this city there is not one that
can excel that of Messrs. A. Baldwin & Co., sue
ceosors to the famous old house of lnocomb,
Baldwin & Co. Their ,xtensiv, establishment
an bracing the ppl'-ndiit stores. No. 74 (hln1tl
street, and I. Pt and On Common at iet, is filled
to repletin, w th the hlide,,st and best selected
stock of hardware, guns, locks, cullery, nails,
steil. iron c,-tings spad-s, tinware, pants.
oils, and evi'rvthing that it firs -class establish
mcnt of the kind generally contains. They are
also the agents for J. E. Carver's gins, Val n
t no &, ptlctr's safes, anI lo :k's out nails and
spikes. Head their alvertisoluent.
Evyrtn's, 13( Canal street, is the great head
qugarters for people in quest of the latest and
best public'lons, as well as the lnuest articles in
the stitionery line. Fifteen years of existence
hia w in for this establishme.t a deservedly
high name with the reading pubde, and has
givon it a patronage second to M.ane in the
Southwest. Being a man of cultivated and dis
oriminating tas es, haiitg a thorough knowl
edge of the requirements of the publ c and al
Wa\ S keeting well posted as to the most recent
and excellent literary anl scienti lep rodutionus
at home and abroad, it is no matter of wonder
thalt his place hat become esuh a favorite resort,
and that he has met with such gre at success.
WINEs, LiquoRs. ETc.-Mr. U. Bassetti. the
well-known and extensive imp urter. has now
on hand in ils store. Nos. 7o and 72 Peers
street. near Poydras., a stock that is a 'lost
attractive one to the bon vivant, as well as
to the tradein general. By , laneirg at his ad
vertisement in another column , it will tb seen
to consist of a large and choice assortment of
fine wines. Burgundy wines,. Cogut.; briandies.
white wine vinegar, fine choice krug and Mon
tebello champagnes, old whiskies, sardines,
copes, asparagus, and other articles too n umer
ous too mention in this notice. Mr Biassetti is
a most pleasant gentleman to have to ansa tions
with.a d is noted for liberal views land strict
uprightness in the conduct of his business.
OttAoAnn & FAnnha.-Among the business
firms establ shed in our midst this year is the
already well known flrm of Gragard & Farrar,
cotton factors and commission merchants. No.
48 Union street. Mr. Johl J. Gragard as origin
ally from 8hrevep ,rt, where for many yea s hlie
was the managing partner of the house of Itier
son & Gragard. one of the most pontular and
prosperous wholesale dealers in dry g. ods and
notions of that section. Mr. C. 8. karrar is ,of
our city, and bears an n nviable reputation for
his integrity and business qualiflc:tions. This
house is making a specia ty. f e ton factorage
and th-, filling of country orders for a I kinds of
m-erhandis', supplieo, etc.. and offer to make
liberal advances on consignmen.s of cott n, u
gar. rice, etc. To parties ship inug 'otton or
sending orders to ih a market we commnend the
services of Messrs. (ragard & Farrar.
LEvi, THE GREAT JEWELER AND AUCTIONEER.
If the reader wishes to feast his eyes on some
of Cte most precious and artietically wrought
articles in the jewelry line ever dismlayed in
this ci:y, let him droin in at the splendid estab
lishment of Mr. I. C. Levi. 108 Canal street. and
examine his immense assortment. He an
nounOcs that he is offering his enti,e stock
from fifteen to twenty per cent cheaper than
any o her estabti-hment in the city. At his
auction salee, which he holds every Tuesday
a,'d Friday. he presents to his c-cutomers a
splendid collection of American and European
- watches from the test facto ies, silverware of
the famous t(orham make, a ri h assortment of
French and American el, kas. to Levi's ,, o to
is "Quick sales and emall profits." Read his
advertisement and try him.
Buy year b igties and carriage from L. T.
Maddauz, 55 Oarndelet street, near corner On -
- tier.
.JUDICIAL AftlMU ,.aMnZS NT$.
AUeCTION ALMO.
By Albert Paul.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FORMING THE
CORNER OF VALLETTE AND ALIX
BTREETS. IN THE FIFTH DISTRICT.
SUoCESSION OF JOHN BROWNLEE.
Second District Court for the PaEish of Orleans
No, 88,001.
BY ALBERT PAUL, Anotoneer-Offio No. 45
B Chartres street-MONDAY, Betember lo,
1t87 at 12 o'clock m, will be sold at public
audion at Meehan's Coffeehouse, at the cor.
nor f Yillere and Bonny streets (Algiers) in
the Fifth Ulstrict of this city, by virtue of an
order of the Hon. A. L Tissot Judge of the
5eoond DIstriet Court for the parish of Orleans
dated August . 18e7, the following described
property
A Ce TAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
with Ul the bull igs and niprovements there
on, 7situted In Belleville Fifth District of this
dotp as lot No I14 of souare No. .
omprised within Yallette. Altx. Chestnut and
Peter streets. bald lot forms the corner of Val
Iette and Alix strt., 'nd measures 8 feet 2
Inches front on alto street by 120 feet in
depth, between prallel lines, and front on Alix
street, American measure.
The improvements on said lot consist of two
oottage houses, kiteh,.s, cisterns, c.i.
TQrms-One'halt cash, and the balance on a
credit of one year, for note secured by mort
ange, with vendor's lien, bearing eight per cnt
inten e t from date of sle to payment: the build
ngns t-i be insured and the policy transierred,
and in ease of suit the purchaser to pay five per
cent for atto ney's tees.
Acts of sale be' 're W. H. Seymour. Esq., no
tary vuhlie, No. 79 Customhouse stroet. at pur
chaser's expense. aus lt 24 10 sel to
LEGAL NOTICEM.
TIlHE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
SECOND IITHRICT COUIT FOR THE PAll
ISH OF NEW ORLEANS.
INTERDIJOTION OF MARY RYNHA lIT, WI FE
of James Carrigan-No. 89,559.
SHPREIIY CERTIFY THAT ON THE
twentienth day of August. 1577, judgment was
rendered in this 'ont in the followin entitled
matter in the words and figures rollowing.
o wit
Interltietion of Mary Rynhart, witfe of James
Crurrlgan-No. toi,Bir.
In this ease, submitted for lajudication on a
petition for interdlction, heroin iled June 20,
1877, the court. considering the law and the evi
dence to be in favor of etitioneors it is ordered,
djudg d and decreed that the defendant, Mary
ynl'art, Wife of James carrigan, be andl she is
her, ty interdicted and dcolared to be di- mnll
fled from performing n,,y of the etis and con
trauts which t ersons of age and competent in
law have the power of performing legally.
Judgment rendered August 20. 1877.
Judgment signed August 24 1877 ,
a. L. TIeSO. Judge.
In testimony whereof, I Ihave hereunto set my
hand and afflted the seal of the said court, at
the city of New Orleans, on this twenty-seventlh
day of August, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and envent.seven.
LOUIH A. ItfCHARDS,
au2't sel i Deputty (Clerk.
SUCCE MION NOTICE,.
uccessleon of Win, N. Reynolds.
I1ECOND DISTRICT COUItT FOR THE
p Jatrish of Orleans, No. 39,700-All persons
having claims against the succession of Wm.
HI. Reynolds are hereby notilted to present the
same, whether due or to become due, to C. L.
Reynolds, at the Iteynolds' Iron Works, or to (f.
L. Hall, attorney at law, No. :7 C'arondelet
street, New Orleans, within ton days from this
notice. M. REYNOLDH.
set s9 Tutrix administering.
CONOTADLE SALE .
Henry t. Seo.reve vs. Geo. Laniwerk.
EIGHTH JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR
Ish of Orleans. No. 27-By virtue of a writ of
flerl fas, to me direc~ed by the Hon. A.J.
Roman Eighth Justioe of the Peace for the par
Ish of Orlean. will proceed to sell at publlc
auction on TUU DAY, September 4. 1871. at 12
o'clock m., in front of my office, on Canal Ave
nue beween Hampson and See ,nd streets in
the Meventh District of this city. the following
dONer OR r, WAGO anod HARNESS.
Seized in the above entitled and numbered
suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
au25 lot P. MITCHEL. Constable.
MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
BEALED PROPOMALS.
MAYORALTY oF NEW ORLEANS
City Hal', August 2', 1877.
Sealed proposals will be received at this office
until SATURD *Y, Septemnber 1, at 12 m.,for re
pairs, only. to the Madison School-house, corner
of Priour and Palmyra streets, in accordance
with specifications on file.
The right to reject any and all bids is reserved.
auli td ED. PILSBURY. Mayor.
NOTICE TO BARERO.
MAYORALTY or New OntaA.s
City Hall. August 25, 1877.
The average priceof fresh flour beingthis day
seven dollars and fifty cents; in accordance
with said valuation the prioe of bread for the
week commencing on MONDAY, August 27, 1877.
will be:
Sixty ounces for twenty cents.
Thirty ounces for ten cents.
Fifteen ounces for five cents.
Bakers of bread are required to use only the
best flour of the above value per barrel, and the
upoft damagedor inferior flour in bread offered
for sale in this city is prohibited. Consumers
of bread are requested to report to the nearest
police station any violation of the above ordl
nance. either in variation of weight or quality of
materiaL
au2l Eb. PILSBURY. M yor.
LUMBER, CABINS, ETO.
The undersigned are still at their old stand,
No. 86o Delord street, New Basin, and are
prepared to sell :cheaper than any other house
in the trade from this date until November,
1877.
Great reduction in the price of CABINS.
W. W. CARRE & CO..
350 Delord street,
Now Basin, New Orleans.
New Orleans. July 4.1877. ivil 2m
OLIVER H. LEE,
BROKER,
S..............Carendelet street............6
Near Canal, New Orleans.
Particular attention paid to the SETTLE
MElT OF BACK TAXE4. Bonds, steks
notes. city and State securities bought and sotd
eclusively on comm,.aion. n112 1m
JULIO,
PORTRAIT PAINTER.
No. $ Carondelet street, New Orleans,
Portraits from life
or from pictures of
the deceased (in oil or
crayon, from $25 to
My ART GALLERY
sort, and the public
is invited to visit it at
pleasure.
m8 6m
IoBGINIA ROOFING SLATES-THE UN
derligned Is the -ole agent for the sale of
these well known and highly prized ROOFING
SLAT S. Keeps,.als, on hand a full supply
of VER'IONT GREEN AND PURPLE SA r I
)' the best qualities, and a full line of PENN
,YLVANIA S ATE, of Bangor, Franklin and
ether we I known quarries. We invite the
losest InsDeetiof on the part of builders, con
tratcors and practical slaters.
lLEIAINo ER HtLL.
si 11 Uo arondelet street.
JUDICIAL ADVZRTIEI.WMJNTU.
AUIWI@O SALE".
By Hoey Maeon & O'Connor.
CRBE 'ENT CITY HLAUGHTER-HOUSE COM
PANY MTOCK.
HUt'CEStION OF HIIOTAIIIE INBA U.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 89,aas.
BY HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOl--Nicholas
J. Hoey Auctioneer-Ofloe No. 11 Oarnde
let street--dn MONDAY, Heptnmmber lo. 177, at 1i
o'cloek m., at the Ht. Charles Auction Exchange.
by virtue of an order of the honorable the Mo e
end District Court for th p Irshis of Orleans,
dated August 28 1877, will be sold by public aue
tion. for account of said sui'esieon
EIOHTY-HIX H1ARtHA of the ,ld issue of the
r1apltil stock of the Crescent City hltughter
hboue (Comlan y. pow rednemd to FORTY
TRB EE HAtli OF FIFTY DOLLARS eah.
full paid.
Terms of Halo-Cash on the spot before trants
fet. auIt0 Sel 9 I1
OUBLE COTTAGE ON CONBTAN'E ST REET
AND LOTS ON BIENVILLE HTREET.
HUCCESHION OF MICHAEL EGAN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 9,n010.
BY HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR - Nicholas
J. Hoey, Auctioneer--Ofle, No. 11 Caron
delet street-On HATURIDAY H I.pemtber 5r,,
1877, at 12 o'clook m.. at. the St. Charles Auction
Exchange, by virtue of two orders of the hon
orable the HSonnld I istrict Court for the parish
of Ilt'leans, tdted re.st'etlv-Ily the 25th of No
vember, 1876 andi 7th of An nst. 1877. Will he
sold by putibl auction, the following vRluablo
property, to wit
I. A LOT OF OGOUNID, with all the Improve
moents thpr on. in the Fourth I)istrit tof this
oity, delignated as lot No. 3 a f the Alluare
bounded Iyv Conta ell'. IIlignzin', Firs and
nOeond strre... meas.tring :11 feet 7 Inces t linoes
front. on ConH anon street by 120 feet int'hre-, in
depth; the improveoments thereon comprise a
td lhbo one-stol.y frltme cottag,. with two-story
kitchen, cistern, shPeds, Iet., known as Nos. 421
and 421 ' Constance st, etl.
2. FIVE LOTH OF (ltROUND, In the lece.ond
District of this city, in the square rounded bl
Blenville Conti, trotad and Whites{treets., desiKg
tnted aRs ots Non 1 antd a. to :lit. Lot No. I ornms
the corner of Conti and White streets, f ldll
measures 30 f*oot front on Conti street by 102 Itot
a incitet 4 lines in dtepth and front on White
street: lot. No. 33 forms the cornet of Blinvi In
tnll White st reets. and masures :to feet frIt front
Bienvillo street by Itu fect 3I iniches 4 lines in
depth and front on White street; Iots Nos. "34. 3
and 10 adjoin each other. and minetisur' each 32
feet front on White street by is feet in dlepth
between parallel linets.
Terms of lale--Caph, and pturhhnsers to ns
siume paymn t of all taxes for the year 1s77,
paryable in 1878.
Acts of sale at the ,xpense of the purohatsers,
before John Bh.ndlerntugel, notary public.
ll2 1N 25 set 8 15
CENTRlAL HOTEL AND BARRI)OM PROP
ER'l'Y AT AUCTION.
Adjoining the St. Charles Theatre and the Pho'
ix' House, and near the Academy of Musi'.
tplon lid front on St. Charles s'r,,'t. and grlea.t
depth of lot..,
KNOWN AM MURPHY'H HOTEL.
SUCCESSION OF MICHAEL DOWNEY.
Second Distrl'tCourt for the Parish of Orleans
No. 25,730.
BY HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR-Nicholas
J. Hoey. Auctioneer-Ofloo No.11 Carondo
lot street-On SATURDAY, September 29.
1877. at. 12 o'clock m., at the St. Chat bl
Autlion Exchange, on Ht. Charles street,
by virtue of an order of the honorable the ec.
end District Court for the parish of Orleans,
rendered In th" above entitled matter on the
ninth of July, 1877, will be sold by public auction
in the sueHc .silon of Michael Downey, the fol
lowing valuable property~to wit
A CERTAIN LO'r OF OROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvements
thereon, known as Murphy's Hotel. situated in
the First District of this cily of New Orlesns. in
the square bounded by St. Charles Camp and
Poydras streets and Commercial Alloy, meas
uring, in American measure, ,o feet front on
Mt. Charles street, by 170 feet 10 inches 2 lines
in depth between parallel lines, bounded on the
side toward Po.dras stiest by the property of
th St. Charles Tneatre. and on the other side
- the piroperty on which stands the Phoenix
Terms of Msle-One-third cash and the re
maindor on a credit of one and two years from
date of sale, in notes of the purch'seers, bearing
intorost of eight per cent per annum from date
of sale until final payment, with the penal
clause of five per cent attorney's fees in event
of suit; the improvements to be kept e'in
stantly insured against the risk of loss or dam
age by fire and the pollcies to be transferred to
vendor or the holder of the notes; the whole to
h secoured by special mortaage anti vendor's
lien on the property Hold, antd the purenst,ar
to assume payment of all taxes on sald prop
o ty dtn and ex gible in 1878.
,Acts of sale at tolin expense of the purchasers,
before Win. J. ( stell, EHs., notary public.
1028 eol 8 15 22 29
By Nash & HoIdgson.
NEAT COTTAGE HOUSE,
NO. 573 DRTYAD 8 STREET.
IN THE MATTER OF THE MINOR JOSEPII
F. Kendall.
Second District Cou rt fur the Parishll of Orleans
N, . 3;,376.
B Y NASH & HODGtSON-W. T. Hodgsoan.
A unt ioner, ofl,'o No. 13 Car 'nd'leot -trot
On tATUII)AY. September 1, 1577, at 12 o'clock
m.. at the Ht. Charli's Auction Exchange. in the
bslement rolutlnda of to St. COarles IIoi.l., in
th s city, by virtue anld in pursuannce of an
order of the Hon. A. L. . Tissot, Judge of the
Second District Court for the tarish of Orleans.
dat,,d July 24. 1877, dlocket No. 36,376, in the mat
ter of the Minor Joseph F. K ndall, at public
auction will be sold
ONE PIECE O, PORTION OF GROUND. to
gsther with the buildings and Improvements
thoreon, situated in the Fourth District of this
city, in the sqlare bounded by Dryad s. Ba
roinnl,.Jackson aL.d Philip strelts. measuring
' ) feet 9!i inches front on Dryades street by a
depth of 123 feet 7'd inches, all more or less,
between parallel lines. American measure. Be
Ing that portion of a lot of ground n.arest
Phlli striet orlgina.lly designated as Lot No. 2.
THE IMPROVEMENTS CONSIST OF A
ONE-STORY FRAME. SLATE ILROF COT
TAGE, known as No. 573 Irya 'es street, with
two-story back building, containing altogether
about seven rooms, cistern. etc.
Terms and Conditions--One-half cash and the
balance at one an" two sears, with 8 .er cent
inter-st and special n ortgage, with vendor's
privilego from date until final payment, the
mortgage to embrace tile clause of 5 per cent
for attorney's fees in case of suit; the build
ings to be kept fully insured and policy trans
ferred to v ndor; 10to per cent to be paid cash on
the spot to bind the sale.
Act of sale before W. H. Seymour. notary pub
ic. at the expense of the purchaser, including
be taxes for 1877. due and exigiblo in 1878.
y29 au5 12 19 26 S1
NEAT COLTAGE HOUSE, WITH SQUARE
OF GROUND.
Corner of Valmont and St- Denis streets.
SUCCESSION OF MiRS AUGUSTA JUST,
Widow of Diedrick Mahnken.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 39,486.
Y NASH AND HODGSON-W. I. Hodgson
B Auctioneer- Offlie No.13 Carondelet street
On SATURDAY, September 1,.1877. at 12 o'clock
m.. at the St. Charles Auction E:.change, in the
basement r,,tunda of the St. Charles Hotel,
in this city,. by virtue and in pursuance of an
order of the Hion. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the
Second District Cou*t for the parish of Orleans.
dated July 23 1877, in the above entitled matter.
at publi auctl u will b- sold
A CERTAIN SQUARE OF GROUND. to
gether with all the buildings and improvements
thereon, situated in the ,ix h Dis riot of this
city desi nated as No. 76. boundeo by St. Denis,
St. Patrick. Dufossat and Valmont streets, (sub=
divi ted ii to eleven lots), and measuring to
gether about 1+2 f-et 9 in"hes 3 ites fl out on St.
)enis street. 111 feel 4 inches 7 In'-s front on St.
Patrick street. 30 leet 11 inches fronton Dufos
sat st.eet and 309 feet 9 inches front on Va'mont
street. all, more or l ss, American measure,
according to a plan at place of sale.
The impr vements cosist of
A FRAME COTT ntE HOUSE cistern, sheds,
etc., garden imrroved and frnced.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
Act of sale b-fore J'seph Cohn. notary, at
the .-xpense of the purchaser, including the
taxes tdue and exigible in 1878.
3y29 au5 12 19 26 sel
VDIUWIAL ADVEaTIES ZNW.
A IlOTItOn ALES.
by Placide J. Spear.
MOST VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTIES
IN THE SIXTII DISTRICT.
SUCCESSION OF MATHILDA BROWN, WIFE
OF KARL STOLZ.
Seond District Court for the Parish of Orleans.
No. 9$.461.
By PLAOIDE J. SPEAR, AUUTIOn , ER
Office No. 48 Rtoyal street-S- TURDAY,
September 15. 1!77, at 12 o'clock m. will be
sold at public au'tion, aIt the M r'hants
and AutlIoneers' Exchange, on Royal str"ot,
between Canal and Custmhouse streets, by
virtue and in puruafnlla, of an ,ruer from tile
Hon. A. I.. Tissot. JuIge" of the Second tlstrict
Court for the parish of Orleans, diated June .,
1870, for Racount of the nblove su'ession
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF OitOUNI), together
with the buildings and Litprovementather,on,
situated in the Sixth Distrlet of this city, aHto
parish of e.lffer'on, in squiare No. ii, biundtd
by Cnsitantinople, Anustorlitz, Laurol and ,ler
stystrenes. aind deslignated by the No. 13 O IIa
plin of 2090 Iots of giounid drawn by Augustus
H. Phcelps surveyor, dated Fel iBt ry 15, 1849, iandl
deposited in the office of L. R. Kenny, hlat
notry. Mraid Iht m.eatsures 30 fe front, on
Laurel street by 125 foot. 2 inihel s inl lpih, bo
twoen pa ia llelliv,es AAmeriotn in sllr.
2. iX CEIITAIN LOrM OF GlIOUND. ilt
lnt..edl n the Hixth Distri't of this city, late par
I1 fr Jeffersn, dslignioed on Ia pan. in
ilan book annexe,l toi i act iI thie oicfie Hpe
lim MIargner. notary, ulnder date of April 5,
1cr5, by the Noe. 1a. '9, 20, '21 22 and 25 of ltsilt'i"
No. 15, tioutinled by Laurl., Marnl'g, Oonstian
tIIotlo aind Live t'lak str,.,-t. 11 said lots mIitlaur
nlg as follows: Lots N,-s. 1 to, 22 tnclusive
ioea. re each 28 fe liti t i hal l s liles front ion
Const.ntinopie stirelt by h120 Iot in diptlih, hi.
t woret iatIr'i lills: liot No. El iiISII it 10 f eet
froint, on La.tir I streit iry 159 fot 2 inlthes il
depth, .t totweoll Dparalle(l lies.
9. TW(O IT'I- 4,1 (ltt)IUND. together with
thel, luilingl and impllromnti thlrnan, slt
untdtl in ith Sixth Diist, ti of this 1ity, in suliitAre
No. 13 boiulndeld by Aillterlllz. Liaurell, Live Oink
and G(enerll TI ylor si ltret: sail tIots are dtasi
natoed by Noi. 22 and1 23 on a 1i In of A. I.
Phelps, siurveyor, drlawn on tl tle liltt.nlh dfly
of F., bile ry, 1848 I1nd diipo/sitod int the otl"O of
of L. R. Kenny, thlen a noitary ullllliti; lot No. 2:1
forms the corne Ir oIr i (neral Taylor stret and
nIloll3Sr ao I ft 1 Inahs 3 linis frontt ol (n.o Gelral
Taylor itrer t bIy It ( pIlth of 149 feeot, it lehos 1
ln0 flin Laurel ar'tll't anild la fert 11 inches 1
111ne on the I nI of lot No. 22, ilnld 25 feet 10 ilnhes
4 int's in width in 111i roa'ir: lot Ni. 22a itjolin
sild lot and IleasuIres 21 feo!t 1 n111 2 lines front
on Uinnral Ttiylor strleet by ia depth of 133 feet
1 inh 1 lilon on the lion of lot No. 21. and 1I16
feet 11 iinche 1 lini on thell Itie of lot No. 23, and
21 feet 10 inchll es litnle in wtidth in the fear.
4. A CER'ITAIN LO[T OF GROUND. with all
thb buiblings and improveniennt thereon. sit
uated in the tlixth Disitr't of this city. in square
dlsgnatltd lvy the No 11, bounded by General
Tavhor, Laurel, A ustoritz and Live Oak satreets
sald lot is dIslgnattd by the No 1, on a plan of
2093 lots of grntund, drawn by A. S. Phelps. sur
veyor, dated Fbrilary 15, 1849, d posited In the
office of J. R. Board. Into1 a notary publhi. H14id
lot forms the corner of Laurel and Autsfrlitz
streels,. and measures 29 fet 10 incheis linl.s
front Onl Austerlitz street by na deithl and front.
ton Laurel street of 121 feet, between parallel
lines, Americen measure.
Torms and Conditions-One-third cash, and
the balance on a credit of one and two yvrs,.
for no es bearing spcial mortgage and vendors
lien and privilege, with eight por eont. ntlerest
per annum from date till pItld; insurance, of
buildings and transfer of policies to parties in
interest, the claus, of live per cent attorn-y's,
fees, in case of judicial proceedings for recov.
nry of playment of said notes or any portioln
thereof the taxes of 1874. payble in 177., to be,
paid by purchasers over and abov ' the price of
adjudicltion. A deposit of till per cent will he
retmuiret from purchasers on the amount of
udication at the time of sale,
Aclts oif saile before Joseph Cohn, notary pllb
lie, at the expense of the purchasers.
aU 11815 25 el0 815
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPETY
on Rampart street, between nlutrpo and Fell
city stree's,. First District.
BUCCESSION OF AUGUSTE 8TRATMYER.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 97,570.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office
46 Royal stree--BATURDAY. September 22,
1877, at 12 o'clock m.. will be sold at public auc
tlon, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, on Royal street. between Customhouse
and Canal stronta, 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 August 4, 1877, for account of
said succession
A CEITAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings, rluhs. imtur vennlts ways, et'. to
t,." saml- belonging, in the First bistriet>f thl.
city, in the, squar to,unded by Euterpe,. Feiii
ty. Rampart and Basin stroets. having 31 fot. 5
inclhes front on Rtampart. stroot by 9 fret 11
irn'h's Ch lines in depth, between parallel lin es
English mollure, being the greater part of lthe
lot.t figured by thei No.4 on th p an of srunaro
No. 8, InatRd try J. I'ill', surveyor. ndr,,nd Muni
cipality. on th 20eth of lly., 1810. In t.he re'or ·ie
of A. Mazuromn. then a notarv in this city, and
11t tie sam'e lot thr dlreerrs d purchasedl trom
Mrs. C. t. B, Idge. D,,r inltor 2r, 1815. a M Dpr act
Ibefore, Walter Hicks PIeter-. nota y prublic.
The imtrr.,verrlents co,'nsist in a two-story
frname house. doubilrn t renomntt, hating f' rtr
rooms to na tenenh lOt frIon and rear gal
Irl.js. comminon alliryw)y,. two-s ory framno kir'h
in with sx rooms and two catiuetrs, privies,
clstern etc.
Termus-Cash on ad idie;tion.
Act of eno btoUri TIhendul l Balsion Erq.,
notary irlubi r. ni. thie ,xpense, of the purchaserr.
aullS 25 r 1 5 24
CLATIH AGAINST THE UNITED STATES
GOVEIRNMENT AND A JUDGMENT.
SUCCESSION OF JAH. RAINEY.
Selond District Court for the Iarish of Orlenans
No. 39.53:7.
Y PLAC'IDE J. SPEAR. A untloneer-Offlm
No. 46 Royal streot-SATURI)AY. Sep
timbher 1, 577. at 10o' o'clock a. m., will he
sold at putblic aulction at No. 46 Rroyal street.
bertwolen Biniville and Customhouse st reets. tby
viriu alnd in iurslliance tor an rrler fro tnlic
Hen. A. IL. Tissot. JIui(ge ol t He Se cnd Dbi
tri.t Court f ,r the parish of Orl alrs. datred Au
gust 4, 1877 for accxount of said surccesion-
1. A (CLAI. AIAirs'' THE GOVERNMENT
of lhe United States for lo 0itm.
2. A JUDGMENT OBTAINED AT SAN AN
tonio for over $'S2..
The wholr of thi above mere fully dlesribe.d
land for rrf ri'ic ae. tier invent, y on file in
tti Second District Cuurt for tho bLarist of
Orlnans.21 2 se
Te~rms-Cash. aut 2i5 _1
OPEN ACCOUNTS, CREDITS., ETC.
SUCCESSION OF MRS. JEANNE A. DUFOUR,
WIDOW OF JEAN CAZEAUX.
Second DistrictCour t for the Parish of Orleans
No. 38,692.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Offlce
SNo. 46 loRyal street-SATURI,.Y. Septem
ber 1, 1877. at 103. o'clock a. m . will be sold at
trublic auction at No. 46 Royal street, between
Bienville and Crustomhouse streets, by virtue
and in pursuance to vn order from the Hon. A.
L Tissot. Judlge of the Second District Court
for the Parish of Orleans, dated August 17, 1877.
for accOunt of said -uc esr.rion
SUNDRY OPEN At COUNTS. CREDITS. etc..
as p, r inventory on file in tre second District
Court for the parish of Orleans.
Terms-C sh. an21 25 set
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOHh HANSEN
38 and 85 Canal street, New Orleans.
TO ALL BO"UTHEBN 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 tc
help thelaburing classes and keep the money
Ihich would otherwise go to the North. at home
8.bout a year ago I started my Fact ryv. and bh
using the best material and payin( my handy
romptly, I have been enabled to extend m,
business and support women and chlidrer
chat would have otherwise left the State. It
order still to increase my Factory, I would
earnestly call upnon the merchants, not only of
She cty. but of the whole ountry. to give mr
their aid and eneoaragmafLt Oome and see me.
de.4ly JNO. HIANSEN
JUDICIAL IADVLEARTIsZZ3T&.
AUCTION SALESt.
By C. E. Girarder.
VALUABLE FIRST DISTRICT PROPERTY.
SUCCEMSION OF CALVIN TETE.
Bocond District Court for the parish of Orleans
Ni. 80,607. 4
BY O. E. GIRABDEY, Auotioneer--Ofmle No.
, t Cmp 8tr-et--BA i UHDAY. eptembr 2n,.
1877 at 12 o .~0lekia., at the HtL .iarles Auction
xehatnge in the rotunda of the tt. Charles
Hotel. In this city, will ihi sold at publli auction.
by virtlue of and' in pnruanceof an order from
the IHon. A. I,. Tiseet, Judge of the Seion
District Court for the pariah of Orleans, dated
August 10. 177, and rendered in the above en-tl
tled su.ensonh,., the following deserlbed proper
ty, to wit
A CERIITAIN LOT OF (1tROU'D. situated in
the Ftist Distrtit of Itis, Ityt and in the equare
or i~let No. 87. bhoo del e y telilgtons, St. James.
C Inst., rt. Thomaw, an F Folt ity streets, meas
uring l4 feet tfront on fli glonw street by 121 teel
in depthl, t lnther with all the buildings and
ire povementie hrn it "owns-leongatwcRstor
t rick house dsig4:ae1 by the No. a19 Religoust
itroet. nd forns tlle southwest eorner of Hell
glons and it. JIalmans Litr,'t.
Terms-(nash on the spoRt.
Act of sale. together wit. the ltxme. payable In
1877 attl 1878. ov r ntli aI.bove Ihe prioe of adjudi
catirn, lit expensi' of the purchaser.
ILl018 Ii Rsl t O15 22
.M I'ROVED FO U IlT DIHTRIOT PRO 'ER.TY.
FORIIMING THE CORNER OF OHIPPEWA
AND HEVENTH tTIREETI.
I1;CCESSION OF JOSEPH JERGEU.
,,onil District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 28.732.
BY C. F. GOIiATDEY Auetloneer--Offloe o.
Pat (lamp street--A'fUHDAY BSptember u.
1877. at 12 o'clock In., at the St. Charles n uction
Exch .nge in the rotunda of the tt. Charles
Hot. I, in this city, will be sold at pubtli auction.
by virtue Ittl in prltlsanoe of an order from
tlh Hll,. A I, 'T'i-wt. Judge of the Second Dis
trilt Court for the parish o, Orleans, dated the
'loevnth of Augut, 1877. anmt tenloered in the
above enti 'ld ue..esson, the following de
scrixbd roart y, tN'Wit
i A CERT 1y I LOT OF }GROUND. together
with ll th"e buildings and improvementathere
on, situated in the F .urth Dlstrict of this eity.
irn the l'i are boundeud by Chip oiWa Jersey.
now Annunciation. Her enth and Eighth stree.s
The said lot forms the eorner of C:h ippew an
cnvPnth ttreoetj: Is designated by the No. I on
pluin by W. T. Thlomrson, dited the ad ayr.
1841. and mneaures it feet I intlhes front on
(Chippewa strict by a depth and front on 8Ke
ontu itreet of 120 feet, between parallel lines.
Together with all the improvemente thereon.
comprising a one-story frame b.Wilding. in
whi,'h lare a grocery sto,re nd dwelling desig
nated by the No. 481s (!htppewa at est.
2. A CERITAIN LOT OF GRIOUND. together
with all the buiidin s ant ImprovementLs there
on, siun'ed in the i istrhtt and autlare as abov.
de-oribed The seld lot 14 designated by the
No. 2 on plan by W. T. Thomoson dated ad of
May. 1841, and measures at feet 41% nches front
on Chliipewa stre ,t by 120 feet in dr th,between
paralil lline. The mnprovemn,,ts eompriise &
two-story framn house, designated by the No.
491 C(hl ~ipewt 'treet
TIrmrs ant C.,nditions-One-half cash on the
spot, and for the remainder of the price. the
purch.'sars to furnish their three several notes.
divided lually, fo. the Interest f eoch of the
three minor children. Joseph, Chartes and Mary
Jonger, pay.,ble on their reaching their major
ity or oeranc.pation. The said no es to be
soeureti by special at ,rtgago and vendor's lion
on the property siold tic.rl g Interest at the
rateof eight per cent per annum from the dayof
sidl until nflal payment, with the sual1lau
of 5 per cent atiorney's fees in event that
notes give in f r the credit portion shoul I have
be sued upon to enforce paym.ent. The bnildinl
to be he t insured to the full amount of tie
notes and the transfer of the policies of Inon
ante by the purchasers to the vendors; a
fnrther to aRsumn payment of the
ulle and exlgible In 1878 over and above
price of adjutldication. Acts of sale at tL6
tense of the purchasers before John F. off
notary public.
ulll 25 s01 8 1522
FINAL ADJUDLICATION
-or
IMPROVED FIRST DISTRICT PROPER
On Bustn, between Poydras and Perdido atr
near the market.
SUCCEH.IION OF MARIA HI.GEDOR, JO
Henry Wicke and David Portschner,
consolid tted.
Second District Court for the parish of Orl
IBY C. E. GIRARDEY. Auctloneer-Oflee No.
• 31 Carmp street--ATU t!iAY Sefptebsr2m.
1577, at 12 o'tloelk i.. at the St. Charts Aueto
Exchangn in the rotunda of the St. Charles
Hotel, In tl hieity,will be sold at public auction,
to the last and highest. bidder by and in pnrso
Ilanc of an order Irm the Hion. A. L. Tiset.d
udge of I ho r e"ond Districtt.ourt for the parish
of Orlminni, dated Feb. 21. 1576. anl a supple
mental order, dtatetl , pril 2. 1877, and rendered
in tlhe shov entitled matter, the following de
seribed ir,,o rty, to wit
1. A C i RTed IN IOT OF OR)UND. situated
in the First District of this city. and in the
sIutare botnded by Basin, Rampart, Poydras
Ia!'d Perdidto itre.t-, designa ed on plan of L.
l'ili", dated February 16, 1832, as 1.4 No. 11.
meai.urin<r 26 feet front on Basin street, the
arrmn wid h in the roar by 61 feet 6 inches Ia
cteoth between rii slill nis.
2. A ltO ANOTHER PIECE ',B PORTION OP
GROUND i'jtliing the riarof siid lot at the
side( thereof towards t', y tray steet measuring
as rfit front aon611 the bl. of said lot. o. o11. 2
freL 5 inches int widti Iti the rwa. 33 feet front
on I fhe. side towards P ,udra- street. and 32 feet S
irnch' on thile llo town us Podras street; to
gethier with th timpr. v.men s thereon, corn
prisint the* two-story flame teneo.ent house
No. - Basin stre'".
Nt-erms-Onr-third cash on the soot. and the
remainder at. one aid two years' credit for.1
notes spieiaily secure I by mortgage and ren
dor's lien on the Dprt,,erty sold, bearing all the
usual clau.cs: of eight per cent ae- annum in
torest f, om :he day of Pale until final ,ayment, i
t .S per cent attorney's fees in the event of sn
to enforc the payments; inmrovements to be
kept in ured anid hoh p ,toy transferred to the
holders of the notes: and further to as umn
the payment of the taxes due and exis le in
1877 and 1878 over and above the price of adijud i
ction.
Act, of sale b'fore W. J. Castel. ast., notaryl
public. at the expense of the purchaser.
THE FRAME COTTAGE.
With Large Lot,
ON ST. MARY, BETWEEN ROUSSEAU AND
ST. THOMAS STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF THOS. McD. CONNOLLY.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. :t7.5s.
CY C. E. GIRARDEY, Anuctloneer-Office No
W-31 Camp street--SA fUit DAY. eptember .7'
1s77. at 12 o'clock m., at the St Charles Auction ±
Exchangr . in the rotunda o,f the Mr. Charles Ho-
tei. in this city, will be sold at public auc ion, W~f
virtueand in pursuance of ai order from the
Hon. A. L. Tisst, Jdge of the Second
Districtr Coulrt for the arinh of Orleans. dated
the 10th of Anguet. 15Th, and rend,-red in the
above entitled suCdCeaion, the full wing do
scrtied Dro.t ,ty to wit
A CER I'All Lof r O PO hTIONOF GROUND.
situated in th Fourth D strict of this city, an I
in the sqtuarte bounded by St. Mary Fe lcityq
ouisseau antl r t To,, mac (formerly eultom :
,treets. The said lot in d,.signated by the lettert ,
'C." on p lin by L. H. Pi lio su, vieyo' dated the
6' ih March, 1875. and measures 46 feet 7 inches .
lines front on St Mary stre't by adepth betWP i
parallel linesof 127 eelt 0 ieh ltiSl 5 in. To
gebher with all the burilin-ts and imt,rovem ent
thee e. ,omirising a e pa"ious and comforto I
able' diuble tenement;rame o't go, etc., detig'
natrd by the Nrs. r t and .3 et. Mary street. .
Term,--One-third (s-b, balauioe at one ant
two years credit for noes siecially s.eurid bh
mortigage and vend r's li'n. btraring all the
usual clauses of eight per ce:t p r annum In "
tore-t from the day ,of sale until final payment
five ver cent a't rney's lees in event that th
nt s givcn in tart paym in stould hiuv- to .
sued up,,n; the improvowent't po be kept in
I cured by the purchaser to the ex ant of the cr,
Sdit p.ortioi, and the p dicy transferred to ti F'
Sh,itersof then tos. andl t essum'the paymet:
of the taxes' on said property die and exigible
in 2575. over an, above the prices of adjnudl4
tio At of -ate before W. J Cast'l-. eq, at the ea
pencet of thl p rohteser. A de;o-lu of ten p4
1 sent in cash will be required at the moment i
adrnddcatiofl. auls 25 seet 815 2

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