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JUDICIAL ADVEUTIIEIIENTBS.
AUCTION MALES.
By Plaoide J. Spear.
VALUABILE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON BAE
RACKS STREET. BETWEEN MIRO AND
TON TI BTREETH, SECOND DISTRICT.
BUCCES.ION OF I(INACE FERNANDEZ.
Becond District Cou rt for the Parish of Orleans
No. 319.75.
BY PLACIDE J. BPEAR Auctionner-Office
No. 40 Royal stroet---HATURDAY. October 41,
1877, at 12 o'clock m.. will be noll at public auc
tion, at the Merthants and Attionetrs' Ex
change, on R]oyall str,'t, h-twenn Canal and
Uustomhouse strert~, by virtue and in pur
suanrce to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot,
Judge of the Second District Court for the var
ish of Orleans, dated thi rd of September, 1877, for
account of the above succossion, the following
doesrlbed property, to wit
A CERI AIN LOT OF GROUND, sitiratod in
Faubourg Tromn of this city, in thte squarc
bounded by Barracks. Hosp'al, Miro andl Tontli
streets, being part .of lot No. 17, ol a plan of
Bringier, o November 4, la4 t and itnnixed to
an act date. third June, .44, 'before I. J'olloik
notary publh'; said lot, having. Amorlcan tntas
ure ;Mi feet front on Barraoks street, by 1265 oot
in depth, together with the buildings and imn
provements t hercon.
Terms and Conditions-One-half cash on the
Spot; the balanie at tw -Ilv atnd ightooen
months' credit in notes of the purchnasr, to
bear interest t tt I h rats of night per ctt per
annum from the date of adjudlication, anttd to be
secured by vendor's privile'g and spocial mort
gago on the property, with the tsuraI clauses
relative to insurtanc!e, and flv ticr celit att)r
ney's fees In asoe of suit on the notes. All taxes
exlgalble In 1]87 to b)t paid by the purt'tscor,
over and above the price of a.djulldl(tiotl.
Act of salte before Thoo. Buisson, notary pub
lie, at expense of urtrchaser.
s(re 12 19 21 0olt3
By C. E. Girardey.
BILLS RECEIVABLE, FURNITURE AND
MOVABLE EFFECTH,
HORSE, COW. WAGON. CART. IIARNESH,
TOOLS, FARMING IMPLEMEN'lM, ETC.
Corner Valmont and St. Donls streets.
SUCCESSION OF M1R. AUGUSTA JUHT,
Widow of Dilrlrlik Mahnken.
Seoond District Court for the Parish of Orleans
* No. 3t9,498.
BY NASH & HODGSON--W. I. Hodgson,
SAuctioner-Oflee, No, 13UCaronldlot street-
On IWEDNESDAY, Boptomintr 5.1877, at 11 o'clock
a. m. on the premises, on the corner of Valmont
,nd 1t. Dania streets, in the Hixth District of
tlh cits by virtue and in pursuance of an order
of the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of tle Sweond
District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated
July 28, 1877, in the above entitled matter, at
public aution will be sold
ELOT OF IUItNITURE AND MOVABLE
EOT, one Horse, one Cow, Wwagon. Cart,
Harness, Tools Farming Implements. Bills Re
ceivabl., etc. Ino whole as per inventory on
f1i in the records of the above honorable court.
Terms -(Culit on the spot. nu2(; 30 so2 0
MONITIONS.
MONITION.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOIL TIIHE
PARISH OF ORLEANS.
TIIHE STATE OF LOUISIANA, TO ALL
- whom these presents may come. greeting:
Whereas Mtathit HIirsch lhas puchased at a
Dublie sale, made by It. M. Montgomery, aun
tioneer for the parish of Orleans, on the twenty
eighth day of July, 1577, under anti by an order
of sale randtred twenty-third June, 1877. the
property hereinafter describe 1, has applied to
this court for a monition or adverlsnement, in
eouformity to soetIons 2370, 2.71,2:t72 and 2373. of
act No. 95, approved March 10, 1870. and com
monly known as the "Reovised Statutes of
Louisiana."
Now, therefore, know ye and all persons in
terested herein are cited and adlnmonlshed in the
name of the State of Louisiana. and of the
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
who can set up any right, title, or claim to and
in the property hereinafter described, in con
sequence of any informality in the order. do
croo or judgment of the court. under which the
same was made, or any irregularity or illouality
in the appraisements or advertis ements, in
time or manner of sale, or for any other defect
whatsoever, to show cause within thirty days
from the day this monition is first inserted in
the public papers,. why the sale so made should
not be confirmed and homo ogated.
The said property was sold in the matter of
the succession of Jose Martinez Del Campo, No,.
11,571 of the docket of this court, at which sald
Mathias Hirsch, of this city, Icamne the our
chaser for the price and sum of thirty-one
thousand dollars.
Description of the property as contained in
the act of sale from the succession of Jose Mar
tinez Del Campo to the said Mathias Hirsch
Dpassed before Waliam Hf. Pascoe. notary public.
on the tenth day of August. 1877:
Two certain lots of ground, together with the
three four-story brick slated stores, situated in
the First District of this city, and forming the
square or Islet boundlled by New Levee. Canal.
Fulton and Common streets, and designated
by the numbers one and two on a plan known
as the plan of J. A. Beard. deposited in the office
of H. B. Conas, notary, under date of the twelfth
January. 1852. Lot numtnlr one measures thirty
eigllt feet seven inchesssven lin's front on New
Leveoe street, twet y-four fcetsix incihe on Ful
ton str ct, by one hundred and thitrty-six feet
two lines in depth and front on Canal stroet, and
one hundred and thirty-eight font tlhree inches
in depth on the line dividilng it from lot nulmbetr
two: lot number two mn, asuros thirty-eight feet
seven inches seven lintes front on said New
Levee strtoet, and twenty-four feet live inches
four lines in dlepth and front on Common street
by ont hundred and twenty-tight ftct three
inha.s in depth on the line dividing it from lot
number on., all Amerlean measure. Being the
same protpertly whitlh tlhe' said deceased acquired
by puretla.se from the city of New Orleans by
two sevenrtl atis passed before II. B. Ocna.,
notary. May 80, 18s.I.
New Orleans, August 20, 1577.
A. L. TI88OT. Judge.
JoHN HERnERT. Clerk. au21 son 20
U. S. NARSHAL'S SALES.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
UNITED STATES VS. JOSEPH HAMPTON
ET ALS.
In the United States Circuit Court for the Fifth
Circuit and District of Louisiana-No. 8207.
"BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF COURT TO
me directed in the above entitled suit, I will
roceed to soell to the highest bidelr, on FltI
DAY, September 21, 1,77, at 12 o'ctlock m.. at the
Courthouse, at Lake Charles. parish of Calea
sieu in this Statte
NINE I Y-FIVE THOU.SAND LOGR. more or
1oss, lying and being on Blackman's Bayou.
Bayou Serpent. Sablit rivetr, Hruston river.
Indian Bayou. Whiskey Chitto Bayou. Barnes'
Creek, Perkins' Mill. Norris & Co.'s Mill. and
Gill and 1'latz's Mill: about 40!n0 railroad ties on
Habine river, and il,Htso feet of lumber at mill of
Norris & Co.
HSeizeod in tihe above suit.
Terms-The property to be sold in lots of the
same brand as expressed in the Inventories on
file at this office, and for an avertgge priae per
log -the purchaser to pay the amount of hais bid
in cash at the time of adludication, and to re
ceive delivery of tile possetssion of the property
purchased at the tocality where the samte lis.
United States Marshal's office. New Orleae.s,
third day of Setptemblr. 1877
JA('K WHARTON,
se5 s 11 15 21 United Stateas Marshal.
CONSUMPTION
Positively lwred.
All sufferers from this disease who are anxious
to be cured should try DR. KIS-NER'S CELE
.BRATED CONSUMPTIVE POWDERS. These
powders are the only preparation known that
will cure CONSUMPTION and all diseases of the
THROAT AND LUNGS-indeed. so strong is
our faith in them, and also to convince you that
the are no humbug, we will forward to every
sufferer, by mall, post paid, a FREE TRIAL
We don't want your money until you are
perfeotly satisflei of their curative powers,.
If your life is worth saving, don't delay in giving
these POWDERS a trial, as they will surely cure
you.
Price, for large box S3, sent to any part of the
United States or Canada by mail on receipt of
price. Address
ASH & ROBBINS,
ple 16 ly 0 Fulton street, Brooklyn. N Y.
JUDICIAL: ADVERTI SEMENTS.
SHERIFF SALES.
Merchants' Mutual Insurance Company of
Now Orleans vs. Mrs. Mary A. Fou.her.
1ItFTH DISTitIOT COURT FOR THE PAR
I' ih of Orleans. No. 7975-By virtue of a writ
of s.izure and sale, to me directed by the hon
orable the Fifth District Court for the parish
of Orleans. in the above entitled cause, I will
proneed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street,
between Canal and Outomhouse streets. in the
oRe'ond District of this city, on HATUIRDAY,
epltmber 15, 1877, a 112 o'clock m., the following
describld property, to wit
A LOT OF GROUND. with the bhulllngs and
improovemecnts thereon, stlll itte in the slrl sreI
bulnled by Brolad. Hospital. IDorgenois nndt
Barrac'ks stret.q, in the. Meondl District of this
illty, rlnd d1, signlterl by tlhe letter B on a sketchl
thereof, and ot t her lots, made by Lou IiH.
Pille, Surveyor, tlnder dattr of the ninth of Jan -
nary, 1873, and annexedl to an ait passed on trhe
aeventeenthl of April, 157:3. lhfor'- Josepht C(ivil
liar. notry public in tthis city. Hiri lott B
mi-slnre. n Armerican mrnarlre., twenty-three
feeit six inihi- two Iires frot.on Itroad stret.
by one hulndried fert in dclplh. bhtworn iprnloli
Itnes. Whirr'' said lot B formns part of the prop
erty aceulirlr by the defendant herein by Der
'hrrs from Altihonse i(tahoin or Itab)utin. ,1r.,
as per act pgaised beIfrne . il, PEmt ,iepvin notary
pnli' init aisc ty, on the sllventoltnth of DI en-j
lir, 15172 And sidt lot Is thle parlaphernal prop
erty of the defendant horlrtin, a rvirnnord by
afore clted ai't of nll'nreha, arrtd by t judgment
rndr,rrrd by th' Fifth Distrit Court of the par
airh oe Orleans, onti thle Iwentilth of Fobilnrualry.
17:,. and stgned on the twenty-sixth day of samei
month lantt year.
eiized in the above suit.
Terrms--Cash on til'e Hpot.
THOMAS W/. HANDY,
Civil Rheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
uill5 24 srot 15
Meyer Well vs. Joseph Barnett and The
rsan Aaron l ha wife.
F-IFTl DTITIHIUT COUrLT FOR TIlE PAR
t itl of O(rlealtns, No. Hsl2-By virtutr of a writ
of aseizure anrl sale, to mn diroretll by the hio
orallh the Fifth District Court for the, parlsh of
Orleans. In the ahove entitled caillsm. I will pro
oeed to slIl iat, public aulction, at the Merchatnts
and Aulltioll(eer's' ExehaBIngIe, Royal treet,. tIP
twocn Canalrl and Customhoiruse streets. in thi
HondDrl istrict of this city on 14MATUItDAY,
Heptennmhr 15, 1877.at 12 o'clock in.. the following
described property to wit-
A CERTAIN LO'k OF GROUND, with nil the
builtdings and improvements thereotn sit untld
In the Second District of this city, in square
b.unded by Levee. ToulosI, Chartres and Ht.
Louts streets, designated by the number seventy
two on a plan deposlte.d in the otlceo of P. La
cost,. late a notary public in thits city, and meas
ures twenty feet two inllches and ia half front on
Levee street iby one hundred and forty-eight
feet eight inches on the line soparatilng it.
from lot number soventy-tlhroe, svouty
six feet on the optposit line noxt to H'. Louis
street; thened opening at, right angl's five fret
four inches two lines, tihe stthl lot has at scclnd
depth of sevrnty-four feet teo Inches and
four-eighths. end twenty live feet five nnd a half
inches in width in the rear. Together with
thren hundred and ten sharea of the capttal
stock of the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana, now
reduced to two hundlreud and -ninety share:s,
securled by mortcage on said tropDeriY . Being
the samo property acjuireI by thn defendant
herein Mrs. Theresa Aaron, by menus of a ar
tition between horself and the heirs of Fanny
Bernstet, as per aet pasrei hefore JTosreph
C(ohn. a notary public in this city, dated twenty
first November, 1156.
Terms-The purcihaser to assum,, the pay
ment of a stock note In favor of thll Citizens'
Bank of Loulsiana, for the sum of two tilhousandi
seven hundred andtt ninety tdollars. payable onl
the first of May, 1578, flxed or renowarble aiccord
ing to the terms of the charter of the Citi
zens' Bank of L -uisiana, and the balance of the
prico of uIjudlcatolnn cash on the spot.
THOMAH I-. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
aul 5 24 seLC 15
Thomas August Etnderle vs. James Wood.
FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
Ish of Orleans. No. 85o11-By virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale, to me dlirect,'d by the hon.
orable the Fifth District Court for the parish of
Orloans, in the above entitled cause. I will pro
coed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, he
tween Canal and Customhouse strets., In the
Second District of this city, on MONDAY,
8eptenlmbr 17, 1877, at 12 o'clock in., the following
described property to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvements
thereon, known as number one hundred and
ninety-five situated in the Second District of
the city of NowOrleans; said property is desig
nated by the number seven, in the sqluare
bounded by Dumaine, St. Philip, St. Claulde and
Tremestreets on a plan drawn by Castaing.
architAet. on ti e sixteenth March, nt;o, and de
nosited in the omfice of C. V. Foulon, notary ulb
lie in this r'ty; said lot of groltnd mnleasring.
according to said plan, eighteein foot one I, iih
four lines front on Dnmaine street by
ninety-six feet six inches five lines ldmp. lt
sgther with the alleyway fronting on Trorme
street. having nine feet two inches front by
twenty-eight feet niRe inches one line dne.D.
Being the same property aqlluired by the de
fendant herein Iy purchase from V. Wiltz. by
act passed before sail notary. C. V. Foulon,
dated twenty-seventh Bepntober, lt.ic.
neized in the above sutlt.
Terms--Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
aul6 24 see 17
B. Laporte, for the Use of Prosper La-.
porte, vs. Now Orleans Mutual Insurance
Association.
F.IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR TIHE PAR
_' ish of Orleans. No. 41989-By virtull of It writ.
of fleri facias for costs in favor of W. P. Ilari pr.
lato sheriff, to me directed by the honorable
the Fifth District Court for the parish of
Orleans, in the above entitled call w. I will
proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mir
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
stroet. between Canal and Custmhouilse streets.
in the Second District or this city, on TIIUltS
I)AY. SHotemnber 6, 1877, at 12 o'clock in., the
followlag described proe. rty, to wit-
ALl, THE RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST
of B. Laporto and iProsper Laporte in their sit it
against the Now Orleans Mutual InsurLane. As
sociation. wherein they claim two lthusand
dollars, with legal interest from the nin leenthI
of August, 1873. Judgment has bneen rendered
in the honorable Filtth District Court Juno H.
1876, in favor of the defendansa, but hats bi!in
atuealelod from by the plaintiffs.
ieis.id n the a)bove suit.
Termb-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
au225 31 so6
SUCCEMSION NOTICES.
Successlon of Jacob Ulmer.
c ECOND DISTRICT COIURT FOR THE PAR.
L ish of Orleans, No. 36.5l91-Not ice is hereby
given to the creditors of this estate and to all
other persons herein interes.ted to show cause
within ten days from the present notiilcation,
if any they have ,or can. why thei a'iounlt pro
sented by the testamentary executrix of the dio
ceased should not he anoroved and homolo
gatod, and the funds distributed in accord
ance therewfth.
By order of the court.
au26 31 so6* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Succession of Wm. f. Reynolds.
SECOND DItTRICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans, No. 39,70)--All persons
halving claims against the suecession of Win.
H. Rteynolds are het0by notified to present the
sanme, whetlher due or to beoome due, to C. L,
Itynohis, at the Reynolds' Iron Works, or to (;.
L. Hall. attorney at law, No. 37 Carondelet
street. New Orleans, within ten days from this
notice. M. REYNOLDS.
Silt i 9 Tutrix administering.
Successnon of John Small.
SECOND DISTRICT QOUItT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. 3u.721-Whoeras. Hamuicl
Frmalnal hlis Ititioned thei court for letters of
adilrllinistration oin th llstLate of the late John
Small, dleceased, inltestate. Notice is lherbty
given to all whom it may concern to show
(cause, within tnll days why the prayer of the
said pitilioner shouhli not be granted.
By order of the court.
au25 seo 6* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
nuccession of Placide Forstall.
ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR TIlE PAR
LS ish of Orleans. No. s3,6i35-Notice is hereby
given to the creditors of this estate and to all
other persons herein interested to show cause
within ten days from the present noti fltation, if
any they have or c'an. why the suppiellluntal
and final account presented by Anatl,i..J. For
stall, testamentary executor of tilh de,'easid.
should not eI) aporoveld alnd homologa ed, and
the funds distriuted in accordance therewith.
By order of the court.
aun2 sc3 7* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
succession of Jean Ternoir.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
L ish of Orleans. No. 3,1722-Whereas. Fran
eois Leon Ternoir has petitionol tvhe .Irt for
letters of administrationon the est;tt',tof Ih lite
Jean Ternirr. oieceasd,. int.estte, Notio. is
hereby given to all whin it may conierni to
showeansl within ten days why the prayer of
the said prtitioner should not be granted.
By order of the court.
au2t se3 7* JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMErlNTS.
SHERIFF MALEMR.
The Clt7-of New Orleans vn. John flyrn":
sula"' v. amIne: name vc. Margaret A. Con
gro've.
•t.UPEiEti0 1I14T'RI::r COURiT FOR T'rIlE
purJh of Orl'onns, Nos. (18 1i,2. 8,1and nl . l
Iiy virta'' f thrtee writs of thiri facing. to, m
dlir,,ttd by th honorable tlhi' uttlperlor I)i4triit.
Court for the garish of Orltnii, in the itbov'e
entitl'd 2'tll41, for city ttxes of 1874, 1875 antiii
1876,. I will proned to atpl at llpblin auction, at
the M[,relints and Au, tioners' Ex(hnngo,
IovalJ strnet, ihotwven (iltnal iand (Juttonmhoullw
tr,,t8, i. ti' He condl D)intri't of lthi city, in
'I1UEHI)AY. HtNlta+tlnblr 26,. 1877. ntt 12 o''ltok m.,
til' following du"ribId pror .rty, to wit-
1. A CEJ'I AIN IT()T 1 (1.ttUND. Rituatned
in the First 1)ittrict of this city. In uaire nru
her four hundred lld an thirty-throen. b undd by
Pa'limyra. D)rhlIgny. Claiorne atil Conllon
oI r,."t, designnted 41 lot iu ml iter eight, mea1 (a r
int twelttv-flve foot front on P'allnyrla trteet by
ninety-,righI felot in detpth.
2. A C(EttT'AIN I/OT OF GROUND. istutn.ltd
in the FirHt District of this eity. in Pgquarte Im
her four hundred tanid forty-livo. ihotndtei by
iDerblny. (Chitihrie. Erata and l11o i trc-tM.
dfl-ign afld atI lot number tilVLen, mol1uHlllirlg
twenty-nliinl feet front. on Derbigny trornt Iby
ninoty-six feet, in depth.
Ml,,izmIe in tht abhove sutlls.
T I'I'ir -- Claul flit ih,' nl,,t.
T'iIIMAH H. HANDY.
Civil Shtriff of thell P'riMh o Orletani.
al124 s0a0 25
The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. DanliC
DI)trro'Pl; 11a v. ln, lll; nanL vs. . V. V8. Mtt;
M4lle VlH. Mt1i1P; I lMIOle VM. PATlll8I0 8Rl V8.
sami,: 1ainl0 vs8. U1),iietl Darrock; n1tn11o VM.
aIt-ll 2,,
.Ul' iI'I,1011 DISHTICT CO(UIRT FOR THE
t ' larisHh of Orlltanll, INo(. 4461, 14,597, 32,0451
15.627, 152.171, 72, 592, 83,tIn9 atnll z.ti6-I y Vii ltle Io
ighlt writs of fltlri fat'in. toI me dlrehted by the
Iittorabl the Mlptriiir flistri t Court for tlt;
ptrrich of OrlJ.an. . In tie Ilabove enlitleld valiuses,
for city tl.xi' of 1i6618. 18I9 1870, 1871, 1871, 1874,
1875 andl 1876. 1 will pr.old to seIll . it t uitblic i.1 0
tion, at tlhe MtrithantM aind Auetilonnc'l' Ex
hnnlllg'. lRoyal ntrPett, I,ttwnn ('lllnl and Cnn
tol hous, t rel'ts. in thbe 81(,eniti Distrlet of thiu
city, on TUEHDAY, Mt.lntmbr 25I, 1877. at 12
o'cloc(k in., tho following doisrib'id property,
to wit
A CEIRTAIN LOT OR PORTION OF GROUND.
tog'ther with all the Iluiliglln and inmprovo
meotA thereon, and all the rights, way1s, privi
legKo, nervit.udles and atplplirttlltanlces tihereulnto
Iblnlogi14 or In anywise itplrtitnlng. itlltlte
in the Fourth Di.tri't, of this city, in Puareo
number thirty holdll li"i by Jll'ck-on, LIvIle,
RotlIMeonllul and Josphinaetreets,lt. Idlt t or por
tion of ground being delignated by the number
thirty-nlne. nrnd Inmosuring forty-four feet four
1i1hes two lihs front on .Jnt'kson street by one
hundIred und1 fifty-nine feet ten inches threl
I1n1s in depth, betweon parallli lins bhein theI
name property which wats acqulred by Mrs.
Daniel Dnrrooh one of the dfendants herein.
lduring her wl iwhltood Ibypurchase from the
slccOsslon of litrles McMIcken, No. 14,112 of
the dolcket of the ttMoond Distrtit Court for this
parish. by acit pIa.s.etl before Hugh Madden. lato
a notary publi in this city, on tlhe fifth of Jan
utry. 186(1.
nsollnd in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the tspot.
THOMAR H. HANDY,
Civil Sheorff of the Plarish of Orleans.
a1u24 80s0 25
The Cl#y of New Orleans vs. Estate of John
(G. Egle; sinale vs. same; MaIII vs. same.
SUPERIOR D)ISTILICT COURT FORl THE
) parish of Orleans. Nos. 68.117, 81.212 land
.5l--By virtue of three writs of fleri facias, to me
directed by the honorabll the Superior District
Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above en
titled causes, for city taxes of 1874, 1875 and 1870.
I will proceed to sell at public nuction, at the
Merchants and Auctioneers'. Excbange, Royal
street, between C lnal and Customhouse streets,
In the Second Districtof thiselty, on TUESDAY,
Moptr'mb1er 25. 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following
described propertv, to wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the First. District of tthis c'ity, In square
numbetr three hundred aind twenty-six, bound
ed by Liberty. Euphrosine Canllopeand Frank
lin streets, delsignated as lots numbers sixteen
and seventeen. measuring sixty-nine feet front
on Liet)rty street by one hundred and twelve
feet in depth.
Heizedl in the atbove suits.
Terms--Cash on the sot. ANDY,
THOMAS HI. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
a1124 seb 25
The City of New Orleans vs. Caroline
Dorothe Egle: samn vs. samne; same vs.
same.
ýUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
k parish of Orleans. Nos. es.1l2' sH81.2 and 555
By vi rtue of three writs of Ilori fa('ias, to me di
rectedI by tthe honoratble tie Huvperior District
Court for thi parish of Orleans. in the abov).ien
tittd cIauises. for city taxes of Is1T. 1875 and
176,. I willuroeed to sell at publlc auction, at the
MBorhalts and Auclloneers' Exchange, Itoyal
street, betweeol Canarl and Customhouse strieets,
in the Second ])istrict of this city, on 'UES
DAY, optember 25. 1.77. at 12 o'rlock Im., the fol
lowing dsesirlieodl irop- r! y. to wit
A CERTAIN COIt NEI LOT OF GROUND,
situated in the First District of this city, in
square number three hundred and forty-oight,
bounded by Liberty, Calliope, Howard and Clio
streets, dlesignated as lot niumlber six,.meas
uring twenlty-nine feet front on Libarty street
Iy one hundred and twelvc feeot in depth and
fronlt on Callio.pc street.
S~ zed in the above suits.
Terlss-Calsh on thre spot.
TIlrOIAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the PIarish of Orleans.
a.2 sob 25
CONSITABLE NALFA!.
B. I)intrans vs. Felix Arnaud.
1 OUItTH JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR
Ich of Orleans, No. 4571--ly virtue of a writ
of fiori facras, to me dt!roctd by the Hon. F. B.
lIernanuclz. Fourth .Ilustice of the Peace for the
)parish ]of Orlansi. I will proceed to sell at pubt
lic auction on MONDAY., September 17, 177, at
105, o'clock a. rn.. in fro it of my office, No. 7
Frenchmen strc.t. In the Third District of this
city, the fillowing dlscribetd proprty, to wit
ONE (G-iAY H1ULE AND O(NE BLACK MARF.
Seized in the above entitled and numbered
suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
WILLIAM H. HAYS.
505 10 17 Constable.
Mrs. PuJol vs. Mrs. Tasset.
FOURTII JUSTICE COURtT FOR THE PAR
ish ,of Orleans. No. 3t08s-By virtue of
a writ of fleri facias, to me directed by the
Hon. F. B. Hernandze. Fourth Justice of the
Peace for the par'sh of Orleans. I will proceed
to sell at public auction, on MONDAY, Soptem
ber 17 1877, at Ia o'clock a.m.. in front of my office,
No. 7 l'renchmen street, in the lThi rd Distriot of
this city, the following described property, to
wit
ONE LOT OF HOUSEHFOLD FURNITURE, as
per Inventory on file in my offien.
Seized in the above entitled and numbered
suit..
Tcrms-Caesl on the spot.
WILLIAM H. IIAYS.
se5 11 17 Constable.
Henry R. Gogreve vs. Ceo. Landwehr.
EIGHTH JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. 27-.By virtue of a writ of
fihrl facits, to me directed by the Hon. A. J.
Roman, Eighth Justice of the Peace for the par
ish of Orleans, I will Iroceed to sell at public
auction. on TUESDAY, Heptnmber 4. 1877, at 12
o'clock m.. in front, of my onfle, on Canal Ave
nue, between Harnpson and S.emnd streets, in
the Seventh District of trlis city. the following
describtd property, to wit
ONE HIlt E, WAGON and HARNESS.
Seized in the above entitled and numbered
suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
au25 Iot P. MITCHEL. Constable.
City of New Orleans vs. H. Gumpert.
FIIST JUSTICE COURT FOIL THE PARISTH
of Orleans, No. In c--By virtue of a writ
of fleri fa.mLs, to me, dircited by the Hon. J.
Paris Chidlre,-s. first justice of the peacei in and
for the parish of Orleans. I will proceed to sell
at publlie auction. on MONDAY, Septemtbr Io,
1877. at 12 o'clock im., at mly warehouse, No. 139
Julia street, the following described property.
to wit
ONE LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITUIRE,
as per inveuntory on tile in ly oillo-.
Seized In the above entitled and numbered
stiit.
Terms-Cnsh on the spot.
au30 st 1II* JOIN F. WOOD. Constable.
Mrs. Coleman (authorized) vs. Mr. and
Mrs. Fisher.
FIRST JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans, No. ls3s--By virtue of a writ
of flori ftihils. to me diro-tel by the H n. J.
Paris Childress, First Ju.stic,' of the Peaem in
andl for the parish of Orleans. I will proceed to
sc11 at publici auction, at my warehouse. No.
1.t.. Julia street. on MONI)AY, S.tember 1t.
1]77, at 12 o'clock in., the following described
Ir.rprty. to wit-
ONE LOT OF JIOUSEIIOLD FURNITURE.
Sizedl in the above, entittled and numbnered
suit. tas per inventory on ille in my office.
Te'rms.-Cash on the spot.
auao se5 10* JOHN F. WOOD, Constable.
INSURANCE.
MERHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COM
PANY OF NEW ORLEANS,
104 .............. Canal Street .............. 14
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT,
In conformity with the r"quirements of their
charter, the Company publish the following
statement:
Premiums received during the year ending
May 31. 1S77, including'unearned premiums
of the previous year
On Fire Risk....................... $861,296 52
On Marino Risks................ 24.473 98
On River Risks...................... 25,679 87
Total Premiums ................. 411,449 82
Less Unearned Premiums...... 118,115 00
Not Earned Premiums May 81,
1877 ............................. 293,884 82
Losses paid
On Fire Risks .............117.867 98
On Marine Risks.......... 17,052 50
On River Risks.......... 8,590 77
Taxes and expenses, loss
interest................ 28.93 88
Reinsurances and Re
turned Premiums.... 16,104 08- s183,814 66
Proflt........................ 110,00 16
The Company have the following assets:
Real Estate......................... ... .079 49
CityBonds ......................... 110,419 50
Bank. Ballr ad and other Stocks
and Mortgage Bonds.......... 169.235 56
Notes secured by mortgage........ 214,042 06
Notes secured by pledge............ 42,807 97
Bills receivable ...................... 75,164 1
Premium in course of collection.... 49,087 98
Cash on hand........ .......... 77,007 83
Total.......................... $1,026.844 28
The above statement is a just, true and cor
rect transcript from the books of the Company
PAUL FOURCHY, President.
G. W. Notr, Secretary.
STATI Or LOUISIlANA,
Parish of Orleans, City of Now Orleans.
Sworn to and subscribed before me the sev
enth day of June. 1877. JAMES FAHEY,
Notary Public.
At a meetina 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.
DIaBEOTORS:
P. Maspror By. Beebe,
DI). A. Cliaffraix. E. Toby
P. Fourehy, J M.Allen,
S. . I.rolf. It. W. Smith,
Charles Lafltte. D. Fatio,
jes tf J. J. Fernandes.
TWENTY-EIIGHTH ANNUAL BTATEMENT
--0O THE--
CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
NEW ORLaANS, May 19. 1877.
The Trustees, in conformity with amended
charter, submit the following statement of the
affairs of the company on the 80th of April, 1877:
Fire premiums........1.....188,08 51
Marine premiums.......... 29,315 95
River premiums............ 81,924 85
8299,808 81
Earned premiums, less re
insurance and return pre
miums .................... 228,235 15
Losses paid and estimated,
including all known and
unpaid, say:
Fire losses........$67,8a5 60
Marine losses..... 7,285 41
River losses....... 25.510 20
----- 100.181 21
Taxes, expenses,
discount In lieu
of participation,
etc.... ..........$51,892 58
Less rents, salv
age savings, etc. 11.766 72
S$40,12 86 $140,257 07
Gross profits......................... $87.978 08
Of which 856.587 as is appropriated to balance
of interest and liquidation of doubtful assets,
The company have the following assets
Bills receivable .........$...:.8,048 38
Loans on Bonds and Mort
gage ........................ 55,943 88
--$ 124,591 70
Loans on call ................ $74,554 16
Cash ........................ 63.840 71
- $ 188,400 86
City Bonds .................. 72,06 00
Bank and other Stocks..... 73,415 68
Real Estate.................. 189.644 66
Premiums in Course of Col
lection and Suspense Ae
count ...................... 38.416 94
Total assets...--....... $681,428 79
The above statement is a true and correct
transcript from the hooks 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 Publio.
The Board of Trustees this day resolved, that
after paying the annual dividend of TEN PER
CENT Capital Stock of Company, that adividend
of TWENTY PER CENT in cash be paid on
MONDAY. Juno11, 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 8tone,
Adam Thomson. George Martin,
Henry Abraham, Alfred Moulton,
Victor Meyer, L. C. Jurey.
Edward J. Gay, Edward Nalle,
Joseph Bowling, Geo. W. Sentell.
Simn Hernshelm, A. Levi.
bimon Forcholmer, Wm. H. Matthews,
Jos. B. Wolff, Paul E. Mortimer.
R. B. Post, John V. Moore.
Ed, Pilsbury, W. B. Conger.
Jno. E. Kinn. Henry M.Preston.
Itombn G. Bush, J. J. Irby.
my22 ly
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCI
COMPANY.
Paid Up Capital, $500,000.
FROM THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL
STATEMENT FOR 1876.
Net annual earned pre
miums and Discounts
and Interest .............. $407.958
Losses, Expenses, Taxes,
etc -........--- ... 277,207 94
Reserved fund $10,000, and
Dividend on capital 10
per cent .............. 59,547 47-8336,7511
Not Profit ......... ....-.. $71,208.1:
Assets of the ý,,,u any es
timated at their cash
market value:
Stocks, Bonds, Loans and
Bills Receivable-....--.. 898,590 7.
Cash on hand and premi
ums in course of collec
tion ....----................ 186,698 4.
$586,298 21
Dividend paid on stock ten per n tier an
num, and on participating policies twenty per
cent. payableY n can.
This old and reliable company is issuing poli
cies on Fire, River ana Marine risks on the most
favorable terms. All losses promptly adjusted
and settled upon liberal terms at their office,
52 Camp street. JA4MES I. DAY,
President,
a. Aaravrsa. Secretary jaul17
SAYVE 02O.
C RANEI PR IZE
CENTENNIAL EXEPOSITION. i8e.
AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Its competitors receiving only an award for some special feature of their machines.
The World-renownei Wilson Shuttle Serinl Machine
Has Unlimited Capacity to do all kinds 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, hemting and rumffling. It does one-third more work in a given length
of time than any other Sewing machine.
WITH EVERY MOTION of the FOOT the MACHINE MAKES SIX STITCHES.
Thee Wilson achines wil do s much aort in no dy as fou other Kain
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 IflIstrated Catalogue. AVP Agents Wasted.
For full particulars call or address
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.,
189 Oanal Street, NEW ORLEANI
ESTABLISHED IN 1825.
Corner Delord and Constance Street.
t1 --~--
WE ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse,
Vacuum Pans, Clariflers and Filters,
SAW MILLS. COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUIDSON'S OOVERN
NOBRS, GIN GF&RING, FURNACE MOUTHS, GRATE BARBS,
ALL KINDS OF
PLANTATION AND ST AMBOAT WORK,
And every description of Machinery for the South.
We beg to call special attention to our large stock of SUGAR KETTLES Havin lptr.
chased the entire stock of the stacker Iron Works of Tennessee, fpr which Mr. E. F. 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 manufacture, price list of which we
will be pleased to furnish upon application.
feistf LEEDS & CO.
RESTAURANTS.
VICTOR'S RESTAURANT.
VICTOR BERO withes to nnnounen to I,
VIthe puhliO that he will shortly remove his -
FAR-FAMED RIESTAURANT from his old
s~tand. as and 40 Bourbon street, to ]
31 BOURBON, nearly opposite. I
Strangers will find with him
FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS %
And the Best of Cooking.
BOARD. daily. weekly or hv the month I4
aril meal tickets for the convenience oif
Sbulsie.ss men.
I' RICES MODERATE.
sc1 lm .
REOPENIING.
LEON'S RESTAURANT,
:FORMERLY CAMORS RESTAURANT,:
S2.. ... t. Charles Street .... 23 3
AFTER THOROUGH REPAIRSR.
aEvery Dellency in this and the Northern
: Market.
GAME, FISH AND OY.TERS .N0
Received Daily.
:BOARD BY WEEK ........ ...........ss
REOPENIING. aune st
S TRICONI'8
i RESTAURANT
-AND
ICE CREAM SALOON.
OUT ON THE PIER OF THE LAKE END
-Of the
PONTCHARTRAIN RAILROAD.
The finest of fish, fresh from the lakes. Choice
wines and liquors always on hand.
All orders for meals can be left at TRISCONI'S,
corner of Canal and Decatur streets where they
will meet with proper attention. Prices mod
erate. el3
LEVWIS' PREPABATION
of Fine Cast Steel to the Sulphuretted Dust.
Those having used and tested the value
of this compound are respectfully informed
that it can be had at the Drug Store of I. L.
LYON and many other druggists of this city.
To the uninitiated and skeptical I will say
that, in placing it before the public. I have de
viated from tile whole conclave of inventors "of
the surest and best anti-bilious medictn.s." etc.
I allude to their invariable secresy of ingre
dients. The usual and only other mode in pro
ducing Sulphuretted Iron is by the hydrogen
process, where it is made by nundreds of
pounds for the commerce of the world, and is
not to be depFende-d on, as it contains too great a
proportion of carbon (charcoal), which cannot
be avoided in the process of their manufac
turing it.
This Sulphuret of Refined Steel is the pure
sulphuret of steel, having not a particle of for
eign matter in its combination. It is made by
hand.
Those eminent professors of chemists and
physicians of France, together with the United
States Dispensatory, state that the great object
in administering iron is to get the greatest
quantity into the gastric juice of the stomach, as
it is intendad to renovate and purify the blood.
and its known value as a tonic.
mnytf W. T. L.
HOTELS.
BARNES' HOTEL,
MISSISSIPPI CITY,
WILL BE KEPT OPEN
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS,
as well as the Hummer Months.
THE BEST PLACE ON THE COAST FOR
HEALTH RECREATION.
The hbst of Fish, Oysters, Crabs, Fruit, Vege
tables and Game.
Terms ............... $40 per Month.
s01 2w J. D. MAYER & CO.
TREMONT HOUSE,
Corner Tremont and Church Streets,
Galveston, Texas.
BRIfA & ORFILA, Lessees.
(Formerly of the Orand Southern Hotel.)
The Palace Hotel of Galveston.
This elegant Hotel, lately completed,
T.s NOT'O OP"EIN"
-FOR THE
ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC
Being built at a cost of $400,000. It will be first
class in every respect, with all the latest im
provements, ELEVATORS. ELECTEC ANNUN
CIATOIS, etc.
-WITH
BATH ROOMS ON EVERY FLOOR.
We therefore take pleasure In soliciting
A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATRONAGE
extended by the commercial men to the late
Grand Southern Hotel.
HBItA & ORFILA. Lnessres,
Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel.
ANTHONY SBISA, Ja.. Chief Clerk. y27 Cm
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
ON MAGAZINE FTREET,
Between Gravier and Natchez. New Orleans, La.
GEN. CHAS. E. 8SMEDES, Proprietor.
Terms--2 so Per Day.
The undersigned havingpurchased the unex
plred lease of Messrs. Ir . .l iv"rsv & Co., It the
above Hotel, is now in Dossession of the same,
and has the pleasure of announcing to his
friends and the public that it will b:e kept open
during the entire summer for regular and
transientguest :and dal boarders on
LIBERL A TERMSIH.
No palns or expense will be spared to insure
the com:rfort of his guesta.
The Hotel will he entirely renovated, refitted
and refurnished during the summer.
C'HAH. E. 8MEDES, Proprietor.
New Orleans, June 15, 1877.
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