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JU DIIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
IIgalPPF ALES.
W-me Glt of New Orleans vs. John George
. C..k ' same vs. same ; slime VS. ca.nHil.
YEtlO- R aDISTRIICT COURT FOI THE
pl3 Irish of Orllans. Ns. 70.!.. 45.121 and :215119
*y-rtue of thre. writs of Bler fa'lIsU, to mo
reeted by the hnorable tihe upearlor District
ourt for the parish of Orleans in thi above
entitled causes, for city taxes of 174. lS75 and
1876, Iwill proeerd to sell at publifl fua'tion, tt
he M erchants and Auctioneers' Exchanlgl .
Pop i strueet. bctween CarnaLl and (ust,,mnnhouct
PUEB.)AY Sptemter 11, 1877, at t o'clock m.,
the followlng dscrid uvrtpcrtY, to, wit
A CERITAIN I'ORiTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the First District of this alty. in square
number two bundr'd and ,,ilty-flv,q. bounded
f. ltampart, Terpsiachore, Eutlerpe andl Blasin
.treets designated as lot numbi three, mian
uring thirty-two feet front on ltamnuart street by
ninetv-OVinI feot in dopth.
Seciid in the, al)oVeultS.
Terlnm--Cashi on tileh slat.
Term on )MA H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parishll of Orleans.
aul0 27 sa ll
"The City of New Orleans vs. G. W. Grantl
same vs. G. W~. Grinnnna; same vs. samne;
same vY. same; same vs. same; same vs.
3$UIERlIOR DI1TRICT COURT FOR THE
a parish of Orleans, Nos. :i1,6Y. :17,311, 5r4.825.
712,049, 87,425 land :lt--By virtue of six writs
of Iteri facian, to mie direlcted by the honorable
the Superior District CO art for the parish of
Orleans. In the above entitled causes, for city
taxes of 1870. 1871. 1s7:; 1874, 1s75 and 1876. I will
proceed to sell at public It clion, at the M.r
chants andl Auctioneers' Exchange, IRoyal street,
between Canal and UusonlhousCe strets. in the)
Second District of this city on TUESDAY.
oeptarnber 11, 1877, at 12 o'alock in., the follow
ing desrtlhad ero, 'rty to wit
A CERTAIN P'Olt rION OF GROUND, sit
uateal in the sixth District of this city, in sqltaro
numllber one hundrold and seventy-onel, aboanlledl
by Milian, Collstan, Laurel and Marentgo
streets, daesignalted ns lots numbars seven to
nine meaurltinlg ach' twentv-eight feaet rotll
<in ltlan stroet bY one hundrtl d a lUnd 1tw:I1
feot tI diepth.
Seized in the above suits.
Torllts-Cash on tiit slApot.
TIIOMAS IT. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
alut0 27 sell
The City of New Orleans vs. Wm. J.
Watts same vs. Joreninh Lincoln.
UPERtOIt DIlSTIICT COUBT FOR THE
Sparish of Or'leans Nos. 91,541 and 5.48-
By virtue of two writs of lierl faact, to, me
directedl by tihe honrablo the Superior District
Court for the parish of Orleans, in the ahoyv
untitled causes, for city taxes of 1875 andl 1876
twill procoed to soil at publia auction, at .the
Merchants and Auotioneers' Exchana. Royaln
AttRt,-betpwen (lanai and Customthouse
strsastsn ii the Second Dlstrft- ot tills cIty, on
TUEýAY,t eptember 11. 1877, at 12 o'clock min.,
the followtnq de nlbai raplirty, to wit
A CERTAIN POITION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the First District of this city, in squallnre
number one hundred and forty-three, hounded
by Constance, Terpsiclore, Robin and Maganzine
streets. designatead las lot number nine, ieasur"
Ing thirty feet nine inachesa front on Canstanase
streeoot by one hundred and sixteen feet nine
inches in depth.
Seized in the aboro suits.
Term-Cah on tHOMAS H. BANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
aui 27 sell
UUCCESHION NOTICES.
Suecession of Mrs. Widow sabina santer.
SEOOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
3 ish of Orleans. No. ap,482-Notice is hereby
given to the creditors of this estate and to all
other, persons herein interested to show cause
within ton days from the present notification, if
any they have or can, why the account pre
sented by Hartmann Kick, testamentary execu
tor of the deceased, should not be approved
and homologated and the funds distributed In
accordance therewith.
By orderof the court.
sell 1417 20" JOcHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Snecessfon of Catharine Kraus or Chris
tilne Kross.
-ECOND DISTRICT COUHT FOR THE PAR
k ish of Orleans No. 8s,6so--Notice is hereby
given to the creditors of this estate and to all
other persons herein interested to show cause
within ten days from the present notification, if
any they have or can. why the account pre
sented by E. T. Parker, public administrator
and administrator of this estate should not be
approved and homologated, and the funds die
tributed in accordance therewith.
By order of the court
sell 15 20 JOHN HERBERT, Clerk.
Suecession of Mrs. Eliza Crofts.
41ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH
Sof Orleans, No. as,cs5:--Notice is hereno
given to the creditors of this estate and
to all other persons herein interested to
show cause within ten days from the present no
ti fl on, if any they have or can. why the final
-e t presented by Rev. Charles J. Beecher
testamentary executor of the deceased, should
not be approved aenl "hmologated and the
funds distribute d inacco1 mce therewith.
By orderof the uuui.
se t 11 10 JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Succession of Mary Elizabeth D. Muller.
bSECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
i.sh of Orleans, No. 9t.517--N.,tice is hereby
given to the creditors of th is estate and to all other
persons herein interested to show cause within
ten days from the preosent notifl.atlon, if any
they have or can. why the account present
ed by Frank Muller, testamentary exesoutor
of the deceased, should not be approved and
homologated, and the funds distributed in ac
cordance therewith.
By order of the cou rt.
se7 11 c1* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Succession of Edward W. Arbo.
EOCOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
L2 ish of Orleans. No. 30,703-Whereas. Hen
ry R. Arbo has petitioned the court for let
ters of administration on the estate of the late
Edward W. Arbq. deceased, intestate, Notice is
hereby given to all whlom it may concern to
show cause within ten days why the prayer of
the said potdtioner should not be granted.
By order of the court.
see 131517* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Succession of Adolphe Himmel.
Q ECONI) DISTRICT C )URT FOR THE PAR
4 ish of Orleons. No. 39,710-Whereas, Joseph
Christian, has petitioned the court for letters
of administration on the estate of the late
Adolphe HIinmnl dnecased, intestate. Notice is
hereby given to tll whom it may concern to
show cause within teln days why the prayer of
the said vetitioner should not be granted.
By order of the court.
se4 810 lo13 JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
CONSTABLE SALES.
Dr. Stewart L. Henry vs. Valentine
Romer.
E.IGHTH JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR
1s 1 of Orleans, No. 40-By virtule of ia writ of
fIcri facias, to me directed by the Hon. Arthur J.
Roman Eighth Justice of t he Peace for the par
ish of Orleans I will proceed to sell at public
auction. on FRIDAY. Septeumbler 21.1877, at 12
o'clock m.. in front of my oftlee, on Canal Ave
nue between Hampson and See)nd streets, in
the Seventh District of this city, the folhowing
described propertv. to wit
ONE CtREAM e'OOItOED MARE.
ONE TWO-WHEELED SPRING CART AND
HARNESS.
Seized in the above entitled and numbered
suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
sell 15 21 P. MITCHEL. Constable.
U. S. NARSHAL'S SALES.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
ITED STATES VS. JOSEPH HAMPTON
ET ALS.
lhe United States Circuit Court for the Fifth
Aircuit and District of Louisiana-No. 8207.
"Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF COURT TO
y me directed in the above entitled suit, I will
pceed to sell to the highest bidder, on FliI
.Y, September 21, 1817, at 12 o'clock nl., at the
urthonse, at Lake Charles, parish of Calca
*u in this Stata-
NINE 'Y-FIVE.THOUSAND LOGS, more or
s, lying and being on Blaekman's Bayou,
.you Serpent. Sabine river, Houston river.
,dian Bayou, Whiskey Chitto Bayou, Barnes'
-eek. Perkins' Mill, Norris & Co.'s Mill, and
ill and Platz s MJill: about 4(oe railroad ties on
'abine river, and 64.eoo feet of lumber at mill of
horris & Co.
Seized in the above sunt.
Terms-The property to be sold in lots of the
same brand as expressed in the inventories on
fl!o at this office, and for an average price per
log -the purchaser to pay the amount of his bid
in cash at the time of adjudication, and to re
ceive delivery of the possession of the property
purchased at the locality where.the same lies.
United States Marshal's office, New Orleans.
third day of September. 1877.
JACK WHARTON
se5 811 15 21 United States Marshal.
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
IHERNIPF UALE.
The Lafayette Insurance Company of New
Orleans vs. Michael Gallagher.
T IIIRD DISTRICT COURT FOIl THE PAR- I
ish of Orleans. No. 24,~5n--B virtue of ia writ
of seizure and sale, to me direottrld biy the honor
able the Third District Court for the parish of I
Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro
oerd to sell at public auction, at the Merethants
and Auctioneers' ExIchange, Royal stri't.
between Clanal and Customhouse streets. In the
Second District of this city, on Flit DAY. Oto-
her 5, 1877, at 12 o'clock in., tile following des
cribed pro trty to wit
ONE Cl(t IAiN LOT OF GIROTUND, with all
the buildings and Improvements thereon, and
all rights, ways, privileges and a ,plrtenan esI
thereunto belonging or In anyvwise applrtain- -
ing. situlated in the Fourth District of this city. I
in the square bounded by St. Mary, Rousseau,
Bellchasse and St. Andrew streets, ,it+signatetd
as lot number three, on a plan rmna·, by (. A.
Hedin, arthitent, dated May ir, 1852: aid lot
forming the c,rner of Itounssa,. and Ht. Mary
strOts, and measurlngl thirty-four feet eilght
I riches two lines front on St. Mary str'eet ty
eighty-eight fr.t one Inch five lines in depth
and front on Iousaeau stree' tight y-elight fee,:t
in depth on thie other side line. anll a width in
the rear of twenty-seven feet six inches four
lines: together with the rlght to an alleyway in
the roear, measuring twelve rfeet in wlidth. and
opening on Rous.,seau stret. HSiid lot of ground
bi,.ng part of the piDee or parcel of around
lllilltber twelve of stquare n uml,r" two, on
the' original plan of Nuln's sllllrl., and l more
fllly drsriboedl in the aot of sLeI, thereof, frowni
Miss L. I'rlloek, Miss C. Pollock ani the widow I
Catherine Hear to CItIrls Williamn Wilson,
apssed beforer A. Chiaplla i,. tll a notary pii itc
fi this city, on tihe thirty-ilrst day of Dtiantbe.r,
1845. DBing the lIIsan prn nerty aritutired by ith
drferndant heilrei by purcillhase from Charles 1
WVill inm Wilson. as pIer act. rPassod brIfori. Joi hnI
Frncih Cotl'Iv. notary publie, on the m.ccrolndl
drly r.f , J llrne.1875.
,iizred in the it ove suilt.
Terlns-Cishl on tire s ,irrt.
'i'Hi)MA II. tIANIDY.
Civil ShirifT or the Parish of Orltrans.
Ne3 11 18 t3_
New Orleans GaUlight Company vs. Ben
irltt l)r lItar.
IXTHI DISTRICT COURT' FOR TlE I'PAI
Jish of Orleans. No.tr51--Iy virtue of at writ
of srizlluro and sale, to, mi riret.itd by the Ihtn
orrble the 1ixth District Court for the, parish
of Orlanios, in tihe abouvr, ntitllid cattuste. I will
pro,'ted to sell at public allctionl, it the ler
chants and Auctioneers' Exchangi. , Royal street.
botween Canal and Cuistomhulitts. sLrtle. i thlle
Hecond District of this -ity oil WEI)NEI)AY.
Heptember ti 1877. al 12 o'eitok in., the follow
ing heserillt proPefrtY 1 t wit-
AC EITAIN LOT OF('OUND, together with
the buildings and in pImovelrllmtrnt thlreon,
known an-l deslglnat(edi an tilhe St. ChaItrl's Thea
tre, and all rights and privileges thervunto be.
longing, na well as all flxtures, furniture, chairs,
scenery. mniutiirtry, apparatus and i yanlPrr-i -
nalla therein anti there'to attLched for th . prop
or conducting of the thiuatrleal busin,'ss, sit
uated, lying and being in tlhe First District of this
city, in the swuare bounded by Ht. Charles -treit,
Commercihl Alley. CatOsp and Poydlras streets,
which is a sub-dlvlsion of th, square originally
bounded by St. Charles Poydiras, Cautip and
Oravher streets, and measuring, mlrre or less,
IAmerican lrmeasure, eighty feet front on Ht.
Charles street by one hundred antid seventy fret
in depth, between parallel lines. r-ling the
samm property the defendant hererin (Benedint
De Dar) acquired by ypurchrase from plintiff
(the Niw Orleans 'ta+light Coirmpany), by an
act pase.d betfore William Hhannon, lite a no
tary in this city, on the twenty-sixth day of Jan
unry. 1851.
Beized in the above suit.
Terms and Condlltions-The purchasar will
Day cash an amount sufficient to cover costs antl
taxes, its well as attorney's fees (aggregating
about four thoulsand live hundred dollars) )hatl
I ance of the Durchase price, to It, apn1tortioned
i pro rata among the following nots, secuired )by
f mortgage on said property: Flive thoiuand
dollars actually dul; nine thlouisand foulr hun
dred dollars to fall due on the fifth day iof July,
I 1878; fourtoen thousand diol ars to fall due ont the,
Ilflth dlay of July, 1879; thlirtoel thousiand twoi
hundred dollars tr fall due on tihe lfth day of
July i5so; twelve thousand four hundred dollars
to fall due on the fifth day of July insi : eleven
thousand six hundred dollars to fall.dutie on the
fifth day of July, 18it2; ten thousand eight hun
dred dollars to fall due on the fifth day of July.
S183. The purchaser to Day cash the provor
tion accruing on said balance to the matured
note of five thousand dollars, and to retain in
B his hands the remaiuder of the price of adjudi
cation, to be applied under the terms and clauses
of the original act of mortgage, by a pro rata
r among the unmatured notes as they will re
Sspeotively mature, said unmatured notes bear
ing eight per cent interest per annum from ma
turity until paid: and the said purchaser to as
sume the obligation of the said act of mortgage
passed before An'drlw Hero, Jr. notary lirrulie
not 'o alienate to the prejudice of plaintiff
herein.
THOMAM H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
1au9 2 as. 11,_ 19
Mary Supple vs. Patrick Irwin, Tutor, Etc.
SIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
k. ish of Orleans. No. 8c17-By virtue of a writ
of flor facias, to me directed by the hon
orablo the Sixth District Court for the parish of
Orleans. in the above entitled cause. I will nro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Mwr
chants and Auctioneer.s' Exchange. Royal street.
bhtween Canal and Cust.bnllllusc street-~, in the
Second District of this city, on FRIDAY. O,0
tober 5, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following de
srlbed property, to wit
A CEIITAIN LOT OF GROUND, tog-,ther
with all the imnpr.vements thereoln, known as
Murphy's Hotel. inthe First Disrt riotf t he Cit y
of New O leans, in the square bl,unliie by
Camp. St. Charles and PIoydras streets and (,Com
mercial alley, measuring, ii Americarn lmlsure,
fifty feet front on St. Charles street by one huiin
dred and seventy fieet ten inches two lines
in depth between parallol lii es, bounded on the
side toward Poydras street by the property on
which stands the St. Charles Theatre and on
the other side by thel property on which stands
the Phornix House, the whole as inclulded on a
plan of tlhe same made by J. W. Thom iwon, on
the sixth dayof July, 1850, and annexed to an
act passed before H. I. C l.lnas., hllt- a notary
public in this city, on the twenty-fourth day of
July. 185-.
Seized in the above suit.
Terlms-Cash on the spot.
THOVIAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
803 11 IS 005
New Orleans Homestead Association vs.
Mrs. Sarah Ann Taylor, wife of John
Tarylor.
IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. 8315-By virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale. to me directed by the honorable
the Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans,
in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to
sell at public auction, at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Custmhouseo streets, inl the Second
District of this city, o"c MONDAY, Ototer,,r 1.1877.
at 12 o'clock m., the following described proper
ty, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated,.
lying anal leing in tlh First ])ist rit of this city,
in the square houlnded by IRhetl lavi, ((hIsqiiIit.
Palmyra and DJrgcnois st rooits, deisignateld byi
the number fifteen on a plan drawn by C. A.
deArmas. surveyor. on Novemhilber 27, 1C5, a
sketch of which is annexud to an nait passed bi
fore Edward Barrett. lhit, a notary publie in this
city, under dateof the twintly-third day of April,
1867: said lot measllris twnllty-sevei n feet front
on Dorgenois street, one hundred and thirty
iiile fe't eleven inches in dep.th on the lilneof
I 't lllllnber fourteen, and one hunldred thirty
nine teet seven inches in depth on the othier
side line, American measure. Together with
all the buildings and improvements thlreon, or
tot,I heireafter erected thereon. and all the
rights, ways and advantages thereunto bielong
ing or in anywise ap.iertaining. Being the
same property acquired by the defendant here
iii ry tIurihalse from Edward S. Wlrzuraurger, a
per ait passei biefore said Edward Barrett, late
a notary public in this city, under date of the
second day of July, 186i7.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the soot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Clvii Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
au31 sell 22 (e1
The City of New Orleans vs. George Ger
non; same vs. salnm; s;iam vs. same; same
vs. same; same vs. Mrs. A. Hart.
SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
parish of Orleans. Nos. 32,:u26, 52,978.69,937.
84,ss); and 3214-By virtue of tie writs of fleri
facias, to mei directed ly the honorable the Su
,prior District Court for thi parish of Orleans.
in tlhe above entitled cause1s, for 'ityv taxes of
1870, 1873, 1874. 1875 and 1576, I will prol.Od to sell
at public aucitiln, at the M.rtlaillts and Aue
tioneers' Exchange. Royai street, betweenll Canal
and Customhouse streets in the Siou,,, d Ils
triit of this city, on MONDAY, Oetloher 1, 1877.
lit 12 o,'el,'ek m., the following described prop
erty, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in
the First District of this city. in elluar, number
seven y-one. bounled by Erato, Tehtoupitoulas.
Annunciation, Gaiennic and St. Th tnmas struts,
designated as lot number twentv-eight, meas
uring thirty-one feet front (in Erato street by
one hundred and twenty-seven feet in depth.
Seize i in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Outeans.
au30 set13 pc
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMIENTS.
" st.lIEULIFF SALEM.
Citizens' lank of Loulslana vs. Auguste
Bohn.
THIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
Sparish of Orleans, No. 24,794-By virtue of
a writ of seizure and sale, to me llirected by the
honorable the Third District Court for the par
Ish of Orleans in the above entiltd cause, I will
proceed to sell at public aucldon, at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal
street. between Canal and Customhouse streets,
in the Second District of this city, on MON
DAY, September 24, 1877. at 12 o'clock m.. the
following descrihed nroperty to wit
A PIECE OF GRIOUND, with all the buildings
and irnerovements thereon, sit u.tod in the
Sixth District of the city of New Orleans, late
city and parish of Jefferson, in the square
bounded by Napoleon Avenun. Nayades. lnow Mt.
Charles. Apollo and Jena streets. designated by
tilhe nunimer sixty-nine, on a plan drawn by
Zlmtnl, late survovor, dated the clgh iteelnth of
March. 1534, and detposited In the oftloo of L. T.
Cairn, late a notary publli in this city; sald
pie.e of ground mi.iasures. in American incas
lire, one hundred foiot front on obtl, NayadIts,
now Ht. Chantrls, andi Apollo streets, by a front
oft Ihret hI undr'dl and six font on Jrnastreet. To
gcther with it irty-one shares ot tihe mo'rtgale
stock of the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana tnlerto
Iatttach'l d.
Heized in the above suit.
Terms mrild Conilitions-Tho purchaser to fi ur
nigh la stock not(e for Ihl sum of three hunlldredt
and thirty dollars. falling due ont the first. day
of October, 1x77, and rtn.wtble accorling to tlhe
charter of the (Citizins' Blnlk of Louisiana, and
the i.alnce anh; t; the purchase. tr o Iasimllntl
all the obligantions an r,ýolnu siblli!t'ics of it
stockholder oof the Citiz'ens' Bank of Louisiani,
find rho stonk winto so furnilshd to te idcntilthtn
with the act. of mortgage by Mrs. .1io E. lIia
bort in favor ofth Cit izens' hank of Louisiania,
passedI on thlie fith of Novrntmer, i117, before
O)rleans. ald with tio lCshtrilf's d.d1 ofI sale ill
t his crast.
THOS. H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
n122 :3I slit 21
William Hart vs. Charles Moore.
SE(COND JUDICIAL DIHTIrICI' COURTI' FOR
tile sixth and Nvw1n1th Mluniii,al itlstriclts of
the parish of Orleans, No. 972--My virlui of a
writ of sclzure and sale, to me directed by the
honorable tt He c,nd.Judii'al DistrictGourt for
theHixth and aovtent.h M tlllttilal D)ist'ietI of the
parish of Orleans, in the above entitled ,cause,
I will proccod to sell at public auction, at the
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
strnt, ,bettwon Canal anti Customllhotlse streets,
in th HSecond District of this city, on MONDAY,
Seoptembetr 24.18757, at 12 o'clock m.. the following
dctruritetld rrpirty, to wit
TWO ANID A HALF LOTS OF GROUND. .It
lunt dI in the town of Carrollton, pDrish of Jeffer
stu (nowl New Orleans t arish of Orleans). in this
State. in thIe square hounded by Canal or Car
riHton Avvouu. ,e;r-,nd;r Ern;..ct a Flornattno
streets, beting lots numbers four and live and
the half lot qtumoer three, as per plan deposited
in th1o oflleo bf Tlheodorte utyol. a notary PubilIc
in this city, as plan number two hundred arnd
thirty-nlno. Lots numbers four and five mores
i. eac.lh thirty feet front on said Canal or Car
rolltiron Avenllut by a depth of one htundred and
twenty f(et. Ibtwton parallel lileIs., and the half
of lot lnurnbcr t.hrite adjoins lot numbetr four
anId ntmeasures Ilftetn feet front on said Canal
ftr Carrollton Avtenue by one hundred and
twtnty foot in depth, between parallel lines. To
g.ther with all the improvements thlrenton.
rights, ways and advantages thereuoto hIlong
ing or ill alnywise anoprtaining. Being t.t,e
sameno property tthe defendant here.in acquiredl
bty purhaset from Mrs. Cecilla A. Freeman, by
tact passeId itforo William Shannon, Ilat, a no
tary ptublil' in this city. under date of the nino
tentth t f HSeotember. 1srl.
Heized in the abov suit.
Ternm--Cush on tilt spot.
THOT.MAS II. HANDY.
Civil Hheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
au22 a1 sll 24
Maximlnllian Catnore vs. Oscar Catoire,
a.dninistrator of the succession of Jean L.
CatoirIe.
170URTHI DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
-' parish of Orleans, No. 44.725-By virtue of a
writ of seizuro and sale, to me directed
by the honorable the Fourth District Court for
the parish of Orl,.an, in the above entitled
cause, I will proceed to sell at public auction,
at the Mererhants and Auctioneers' Exchangeo,
Royal street. betwoen Canil and Customhouse
streets, in the Second District of this city, on
MONDAY, BSeptomber 24. 1877, at 12 o'clock m,
the following describerd property, to wit
ONE CEltrAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated
in Jefferson City, in the parish of Jefferson, in
this State, designated by the number eighteen
of square nlumber fifty-three, bounderd by Pry
nian., Perier. Berlin and Milan streets, on a
lithographi: plan deposited in thes offlie of
Adol ph Mazurerau. late a notary public or this
city, a lithographli copy of waich plan is an
nexed for r efero-nc, to an act Ipssed t)lore Paul
E. Laresche. late a notary public in this "it y. ,on
tI lie third day of Aril. 1867, purportlng to be a
sale of lots by Joachim Kolln to Jacob Lauen
stein, which lots Imnasure thirty feet front on
Perl.r str'.ct by one hundred feet deep hetweo'ni
equal and parallel lint s; together with all and
sin ular Itherights, ways, servitudes, privileges
and all other advantages therclunto bilonging
or in anywise aptrtaining, without exception
or rescrvat ion. 12eing the same prope'rty o(Ie of
the defendants hereuin (the late Je.an I,. (.atoire.)
acriqired by DurCiLhase from said Jonehinm Kohn,
by act pIassed befre said nlate notary, P'aulJ E.
Lare-ch''. on Ocol,.er 20, 18i;8.
, i"/.e .l in lith shrove ruit.
Te'crms-Cash oIl the .spot.
T'HOMAS rTIANI)Y,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
a1123 eel 12 21
Brady and McClellan vs. Frederick
ItaichlI.
LTIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. ts11-By virtue (,f a writ
of seizure ianl sale,to me directed by the honor
able the Fifth District Court for the parish of
Orleans. in the above entitled cause. 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 MONDAY,
Septemnber 24 1877, at 12 o'clock in , the follow
ing d1sribe( Drotper:y, to wit
A CEI'TAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in
the First District of this city) in the square
iounerdlc by Melpomene, Thalia, Howard and
Jacob streets, designated by the number two
on a plan drawn by C. A. Hedin, architt.ct, dated
the third of April, 1852. and dlosited for refer
Anoe in the office of Michael Gernon, a notary
publi, in this city. Said lot of ground is com
posed ot part of the original lot number two, in
squallr number twenty-two, on a plan drawn by
George T. Dunbar, surveyor. on the first of
April. 1848. deposited in 'he office of Adolphe
Mazureau, late a no ary public in this city, for
reference, and measures thirty-two feet front
on said Howard Atreet by a depth of ninety-six
feet sevIen inches twi, lines, between equal and
parallel lines. Together with all and singular
the puildings and improvements thereon and
the rights, ways, privileges and appurtenances
thereunto belonging. Being the same property
which the d-ifndant herein acquired by pur
.hase from the succe.ssion of the late Mrs. Eva
IRaiehle. d1e1iasId, as per the 't, of sale in the
premises passel before John L. Lareseho, a
notary public in this city, on the twenty
seventh dlay of September. 1875.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
an23 se2 12 24
New Orleans Credit Fancier Association
vs. Marguerite, Jean and Charles Crjo.
IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. 8469-By virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale, to me directed by the honor
able the Fifth DistrictCourt for the parish of Or
leans, in the above entitled cause I will proceed
to sall at public auction, at the MIerchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets. in the Second
District of this city, on WEDNSDAY, Seprtem
her 12, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following de
scribedl property, to wit
A PORTION OF GROUND, situated in the
square ib tunded by St. Ann. Tonti, Miro and
Dunaine streets, In the Second District of this
i ity, measuring sixteen feet six inches front on
St. Ann street by one hundred feet in depth, be
tween parallel lines, and is that porrtion,nearest
Tointi street of the lot which is designated by
the number two on a plan made by Bazin &
Both on the thirtieth of April, 1849. deposited
in the office of O. de Armas, a notary public in
this city; together with all the buildings and
improvements theron, rights, ways, privileges,
etc. Being the same property acqluired by the
defendants herein by purchase from the plain
tiff herein, as per act before G. Le Gardeur. Jr..
a notary public in this city, dated January 14,
187:3.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-In cash to pay nineteen notes for
sixteen dollars each.with eight per cent interest
per annum thereon, on sixteen dol ars from
Felruary 1, 1876, until paid, and like interest on
a like amount on each succeeding mon h there
after up to and including August 30, 1877; the
whole until paid, five per cent attorney's fees
and costs of suit. The purchaser to aLssume, as
they fall due, the payment of seventeen remain
ing notes for sixteen dollars each, commencing
Siotember 1. 1877, and ending January 1. 1879,
with eight per cent interest from their respect
ive maturities.
THOMAS H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
aulll 21 31 se2
MISCELLANEOUS.
IRON COTTON TIE
IMPORTANT
SPECIAL NOTICE.
In view of the constantly Increasing popularity
and demand for the
CELEBRATED ARROW TIE,
The universatly
reco ni z.d avo r- KAI
Ite Tleof Plant- r
ers. Cotton Press
pvers of Cotton
igenerally; the
TmericanCotton
Tie Co)mpany,
Limitedsole pro
prietors and
manut tcurors of sa d Tie. oom
manding une ualed facilities.
have, in addition to their large
stock now on hand, contracted
for increased quantities, suffi
cient to meet the largest demand
for Cotton Ties. to cover the entire
crop of the coming season, and
now. through their agents generally, offer the
POPULAR and IRRE nR'SI8oIBLE
ARROW TIE
At $2 Io Per Bundle
Less 234 per cent discount for cash. In bundles
compolte LESS THAN THE MARKET VALUE
OF PLAIN HOOP IRON; and it being the pur
pose of the Company to merit the continued
patronage of the PDanting community and to
defy all competition that may arise, their Agents
are instructed to contract with Dealers, Factors
and Country Merchants at the above named
price and terms for future delivery up to the
first of August in quantities as may be required
from time to time, settlements being made on
delivery.
No competition arrests the Progress of
the ARROW TIE. It is ever onward
in its course as Streams flow
to the Ocean.
SEE THE FOLLOWING CEBTIFICATES ADDBLEBED
TO COMPANY'S AGENTS.
GentlemRen-It affords me great pleasure to
present yor with this statement, as evidence of
our high appreciation of the value of the AR
ROW TIE, as a fastening for Cotton Bales.
We have used it constantly in our Presses
since its introduction, having found no other
Tie that can compare with it in utility. durabili
ty and strength, and from our own experience
we can safely recommend it to planters as the
BEST TIE we have been.
Pressing from five to seven hundred bales per
day, when running full time, we find it to our
interest to purchase the ARROW BUCKLE from
you for the purpose of replacing any other
buckle that may be on the bale, taking the
others off end throwing them in the scrap pile
to be sold as old Iron.
YouR s truly
(Siged) A. ' . LUFKIN, Superintendent,
Southern Cotton Preys Company Presses.
PAc:TOhtS' O;OMPitEbis,
MERCHANTS' Galveston.
NEW WHARF "
I take pleasure in stating that since my
superintendoncy of the Planters' Press, we have
been Constantly using the ARROW TIE. It
gives entire satisfaction. and our pressmen
prefer the Band and Buckle to any that they
have ever used.
I am yours very trIUBly
(Signed) F. It. LUBBOCK,
BuSerintendent.
The above is Indorsed by Cotton Pressmen of
New Orleans, Mobile. Savannah, Charleston.
Norfolk, Wilmington and Petersburg.
Thanks to planters throughout all the Cotton
States for the liberal support and patronage of
theARBOW TIE.
R. W. RAYTNE & CO.,
General Agents,
iyg 2p 2m d&w NEW ORLEANS.
CALEB A. PARKER & CO.,
1 ............. Union street...............l
NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana,
MHississippi and Texas,
FOB
H. W. JOHNS
Manufacturer of
ASBESTOS MATERIALS,
Asbestos Paints in white and all known tints;
colors mixed ready for use, unequalled in the
market for durability and beauty.
ASBESTOS ROOFING,
Unoequalled for durability; no retention of
water on the roof,. equal to Slate
on that account.
Asbestos Root Paint, Asbestos Fire
Proof Coating, Asbestos Steam
Packing, Steam Pipe and
Boiler Coverings.
TESTIMONIALS:
NEw ORLEANs. October 4, 1876.
Having made use of the Asbestos Paint manu
facrtured by H. W. Johns, of New York. and for
warded to me by C. A. Parker. Esq.. 10 Union
street, New Orleans, to be tested, I take pleas
ure in saying I have found them to be in every
respect as represented. I can confidently
recommend them to builders, owners of real
estate and ship captains as being much supe
rior. in my opinion, to any mixed paints in this
or any other country, and in fact, beyond com
parison with any (lead) In this market.
THOMAS D. CAREY.
Chemist and Painter, Washington and Niagnolia
streets, New Orleans.
Nxw ORLEa. S, April 20.1877.
Caleb A. Parker & Co.:
Sirs-Having used H. W. Johns' Asbestos
Paints and Roofing. I consider them the best
have ever used. Respectfully yours,
R. BINNOTT.
Captain of Steamboat New Bart Able.
REFERENCE-Messrs. H Dudley Coleman &
Brother 12 Union street, New Orleans.
Send Circular and Price List. jyll
EQUAL TO THE BEST.
Marais Street Steam Brewery,
86........... Marais street.........8
Between Conti and St. Louis.
H. F. STURCKEN, Proprietor,
Iylo0 m NEW ORLEANS.
GAS FIXTURES FOR SALE,
Below New York Wholesale Prices,
EITHER TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC GEN
EEALLY.
Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooks
Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can
be bought, for cash, at less than factory quota
tions, at 36 Camp street.
ap27 ty JOHN Q. FLErING, A;ea.
-U
E8ALICDD CI 1
Clt
WE ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTUBE
Sugar Hills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse,
PLATATIO AD STABOAT WOR
bouvre was formerly agent (and ahe only genuine Tennessee Kettles in the markeS.te.
, V,, a LEEDS & CO.,
ESTABLIAHED IN 182 WR
r ormer Delord tnd Consne nce KStreets
wi gal Mills, Furnbees for Burning Bagtsse,
ALL KEDSDS& OC
felatf LEEDS & CO.
RESTAURANTS.
VICTOR'S RESTAURANT.
VICTOR BERO w!shes to announce to A
the public that he will shortly remove his -
FAR-FAMED RESTAURANT from his old
stand. 38 and 40 Bourbon street, to S
81 BOURBON, nearly opposite.
'I Strangers will find with him 1
FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS i
And the Best of Cooking.
I BOARD, daily. weekly or by the month.
and meal tickets for the convenience of X
Sbusiness men.
`i e PRICES MODERATE.
r 1.Ieml i n
TRISCONI'8
RESTAURANT
-AND
ICE CREAM SALOON,
OUT ON THE PIER OF THE LAKE END
-Of the
PONTCHARTRAIN BAILBOAD.
The finest of fish, fresh from the lakes. Choice
wines and liquors always on hand.
All orders for meals can be left at TBISCONI'8,
corner of Canal and Decatur streets where they
will meet with proper attention. Prices mod
erate. ls 3
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
LEON QUEYBOUZE. OBOAR BOIS.
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Greeers,
'DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE,
At the Blue Stores,
Corner Old Levee and Blenville streets.
del4 "' 61 New Orleans.
IUNDERTAKERS.
CHAS. 0. JONES. JOHN G. BOOBE.
Formerly with Frank Johnson.
JONES & ROCHE,
250 and 252 Magazine st..near Delord.
Undertakers and Embalmers.
All business entrusted to the firm will receive
prompt and careful attention at moderate rates.
Carriaaee to hir m2g8 31
DR. FARRIS,
A REGULARLY EDUCATED PHYSICIAN,
Continues to give his ENTIRE ATTENTION to
the treatment of venereal and private diseases.
Recent cases cured in a short time. Long stand
ing constitutional ailments are treated with un
aralleled success. Spermatorrhoea, Seminal
Weakness or Nervous Debility and Impotency,
as the result of evil habits in youth or excesses,
which produce some of the following effects: As
emissions, blotches, debility. despoadency,
dizziness, nervousness, dimness of sight. congh
constipation, confusion of ideas, a unfitting
the victim for business or marriage, are speedily
cured. A physician who confines himself ex
clusively to the treatment of a certain class of
diseases must possess great skill in that special
ty. A medical pamphlet for two stamps.
Medicines supplied. Consultation free. Cures
guaranteed. Hours: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.' Sundays
from 7 a. m. to 1 p. in. Office No. 24 Exchange
Place between Canal and Customhouse.
m*Jh
HOTELS.
BARNES' HOTEL,
MISSISSIPPI CITY,
WILL BE KEPT OPEN
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS,
as well as the Summer Months.
THE BEST PLACE ON THE COAST FOR
HEALTH RECREATION.
The best of Fish, Oysters. Crabs, Fruit. Vege
tables and Game.
Terms .................. $40 per eounti.
set 2w J. D. MAYER & CO.
TRIEMONT HOUSE,
Corner Tremont and Church Streets,
Galveston, Texas.
SBISA & ORFILA, Lessees.
(Formerly of the Grand Southern HoteL)
The Palace Hotel of aOlveston.
This elegant Hotel, lately completed,
Zs NOTOTw OP.3BIT
-FOR THE
ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC
Being built at a cost of s4oo,ooo, it will be first
class in every respect, with all the latest Im
provements, ELEVATORS. ELECTRCA NNUN
CIATORS, etc.
-wrrn
BATH ROOMS ON EVERY FLOOR.
We therefore take pleasure in soliciting
A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATBONAGE
extended by the commercial men to the late
Grand Southern Hotel.
SBISA & ORFILA, Lessees,
Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel.
ANTrowe RBIRA, JB.. Chief Clerk. yINem
THE CONTI VERANDAH,
Thoroughly Renovated,
Will re-open on WEDNESDAY. Septembert s.
1877. for the accommodation of guest,, both per
manent as well as transient and hope for a con
tinuance of patronage so liberally bestowed in
former years, as no pains will be spared to meet
the approval of publie patronage. Terms rea
sonable... GECKS, Proprietor.
..5 lm
ST. JALES HOTEL,
ON MAGAZINE STREET.
Between Gravier and Natchez, New Orleans. Ia.
GEN. CHA8. E SMEES. Proprietor.
Terms-$2 95 Per Day.
The undersigned havlng purchased the unex
pired lease of Messrs. B. BRivers & Co.. In the
above Hotel, is now in the same.
and has the pleasure of ann his
friends and the public that it e
during the entire summer fu.e and
translentauesntE and daj boarders on
LIBERAL TERMS .
No pains or expense will be spared to insure
the comfort of his guests.
The Hotel will be entirely renovated, efltted
and refurnished dring the summer.
New Orleans, June 16,1877
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