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AUIIIOIIIN pAIUAI. By O. Valeton. 11VUL ESTATEII; I1IHEWE Y. DANK AND TNSURAN('E S'I'(K'ICK. INOTEM, OPEN AUVOUNTH. BlAR-ROOM FIX1''I'IIH ANI) H'TO( K. (EORUE AIJEER Vs. Allis. (CAT'HIElIINE 8('C1'I'TENIIEIAI. FORJl A PAIU'1`'I'1ION. btc 'nd 1)i)ttI'dorlot.C for tIh(-PArI li of OllonuR No. w)lr,4o0 jjy 0. VAlFTON, Auctloneer-OrrioO. 9u and in i Mtgngzlne street.-Will he sold on hA'rUIt DAY, oSih,oer 1:1. 1577, at 12 o'clock in., at the Ilot'lernutanti Auotioneers' Exchange,on Iloyal etrteet, otwoo'tn (.nal a.ul Customhouse streets. v virtel of two judglments, signed respoctively July 14 and August 3, and an order dated Sep mtoinbr 4, 1s7, rendered by A. I. Tessot, judgt of the Hotnlld District Court for the parish of Or loans. the following described real estate, brow er., stokst, cit.. to wit 1. First-A CERT'IN LOT OF iOROUND, alt uated in the iuburbl An undlation, In the First )istrict of this eity, in the t lsare bounded by Tehoupitoulas latte Now Ilevee). Market Place, Now Levee and H4t..amoe streets, Ibeing lot No. N Of sa.iI suar.'.e, and 1n0lr0tIles 47 feet 11i inches front ion tT,,houpitout s treet. by a depth of 90 feet It lnf'li", Ani''ricahit measure. SMcond--A CEIRTAIN LOT OF IIOUND slIt uTttd In the Huburb Annunelation. First Diis trlet of this 'ity. designated by No. 4 of square No. :1, awh,'h is bounded by Now Levee. Mt. .lames. Thotlitttlthh and Market streets, and ntlo .re . i n,'a I Anlortlran mnastllre., 47 feet 0I'1 tlioeos front In thle prolilrty formetrly otlled Manrkt l'Ie 'o. ietween R t. Janies and iltlrkut at irtS. hly '35 f"eet 11 inches in depth, betwetten' 1Third--A ('EITAIN LOT OF ORI(toND, sit Mated in the Fitrst District of this ety, in the .Iael'ure bounded by Tcho ,itoitll aR. Mt. .ame sI . lirket andtl Peters stroe.ts, designiltod by No. 9, and utnsitsilrtig 91 feoel 1i '. Int'.es frolint on Tcltoutpltoultt street b.y l'127 foet i iiu s lnhill dept!h, bet Ween par,+llel lines. I he said three above de'rltbed lets of ground, i.togther with all ant singular the buildings adtl imp rtvltemtnt· thereon, known as the Eagle Brewery, will be soldl in block, together with t lie brloew\ry theretol, Iall all machineries, ulton ails, i'ngilues, boilers, tle. necessary for the carlryiLng on of the brewiery business, including lhe Ilhl'ses, wagons. buggy, harness, wo, td, stilui. rl'.7, netlatsac, etc.: also, the offmoie tu rut 'tlre, atlld g'allrll all the Rappurtelnancis thorcuitto boinglngn and attacihedtthereto as immtovulvtds the whole as per inventory. 2. A CERTAIN POITIOTlN OF GROUND, sit unted in the First. District of tlis city antd de srrlbed as follows: Four lots of ground and part, of another lot of ground situatled in the suburb Annunlalaton, First District of this city. in .quaro No. ,, bountded by Front, Mt, amns, I,evee antI Market streets and Market Place, said lota designated as Nos. i, 2,:3 and 4 and part of lot No. 8 on v plan drawn on the tuth .Ianuary, 1S47, by L. iurgi, surveyor. bald lots measure, to wit: Iots Nos. 1, 3 and 4, adjioinin each other, each 23 feet 1L# inchts front onMarket Platc by a depth of o. te.t 11 Inches, between parallel lines; the Portion of lot No. on the side thereof, next and adjolning lot No. 7. meassures 17 feet fronton Levee stroeet by a detith of ai teet 11 tnches, between parallel lines, and is bounded in the r, ar by lot No I and on the side towards Market street by lot No. 7. Lots N.Oe. . 2, 3 and 4 are bounded in their rear by loti Nos. s, 1, 7 ands. Together with all the bui ld ings thereon, with all rghts, ways and advan Ragors thereunto belern gnP. a. thre .tT PIETC OR PORTION OF GROUND, with all the improvements thereon and all thi rights ways and advanta tes belong ing. situated li tie First District of this city, composed of parts tof lots Nos. ih and r. in the equare ountluned Ity Tehoupitoujhla Market. Mt James and New Levee st ects. Maid portion of fround measures :i0 feetl front on TellouDitou noa astare between St. James and Market streets, by a depth of 12o feet, between parallel lneos. 4. A CERTAIN LUT OF GROUND., together with al the buildings and improvements thereo on, rights, ways, privileges and advantag, thereunto belioging situatted In the First Dis Viet of this city. in the Fqutare bounded by New Levee, St. J.mes. Tehoupitoulas and Market streets. moeasurng 28 foet a incollst 2 lines front on Tehoupitoulas street by 117 feet to Inches a linea in depth, and being a part ot lot No. 5 in 43 ui No. 3, . Fslrst-A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the bulhtlings on11i improvements there on, and all the rights. ways and advantages be longing, situated in the Fourth )istrict of this city, in . the sluare boundtd by Mt. James, Tehoupitoulaa, Markt Mand New Levee streets, and measures 42 feet 7 inches 4 lines front on Lt James street by a d(tpth betweeoon parallel lines of 197 feet In inches a lines. Second-A CERTAIN IA)T OF GROUND, with all the buildings anld improvements there on, in the sanme district and square as the above lot, and aadjoininut it tn the side t.,waids New Levee street, anlid inmasures 42 feet 7 Inches 4 lines front on St. James street ib n2 feet a inches lines in depth. , t.weenta iarallol lines. 0. A LOT OF tiltOUND. with all the build iggs and improvementct" the'reon, situated in the Fourth District ,,f this city, in the cquare bounded by . Jatoes, I ehoupitoulas. Market and New Levae stlrels. measuring 42 feet, 7 inches 4 lines on thel rear line, boundetd by Mouth Marko: sht: ot, by 7. feet 7 inches in dopD l between parallel lints, tand is taken from the rear portion of lot No. 2 of square No. :t. 7. T'WO CIETAIN LOTS ,M QItROUND. sit uated in the Sixth D)itrict of thits city, in the a, uare bound, I by icihthalse Aline, Live Oak and Laurcl stretl-, designated hr Nos. 11 and 271 antd measuret': Lot No. it, 20 feet 1o inches 2 lines front on Delachaite street. 111 feet 9 inches 1 line in depth on the line of lot No. Is. Intd 114 feet 2 inches in depth on the line of lot No. 20. Lot No. 2t has tihe same front on Doclu'haise street as lot No. 1i, vi',: '28 feel to inches 2 lines iby a depth of 114 ftot 2 lines on the line of lot No. 19, and of 116 feet :1 inches 3 lines on the linet of lot No. 2i. Together with all the buildings and improvements thereon. Terms anlld C(,nditions--Onet-lhird cash, and the balance in two Otlual installments at ntie and two years. with notes stot'nred b)y special nmort gage and \vondor's privihwti and bearing int'r est atl tii rate of t; per cent per anntum from day of altie until paid: the rl. erty to be in sured and policieis transferred to vendor: is per cent at'ornry's fees in case of suit for the re o(,very of any of the notes. aAets of sale before Chs'. T. Soniat. notary pub lic. PROMISSORY NOTES. 1. John Reich. note dated March 24, 18;, for $12e,, all interest pa d up to Marchu 2, 876,. se cured by nmortgage. 2. J. G. Wraige, note for $750: interest paid up to May 22. IleT. 3. Jacob Paul. note due November 22. 1875. for $500; inters.t paid up to September 23. 1876. 4. G. Steinbron, notodue November 30. 1875. for j$1o; paid on arecount $10: no interest paid. 5. W. Singrin, note dated Soeptember 24, 1876. for $245 ;: due Septellmber 24,1877. C. M. Spellman. note dated November 8, 1875. for $1o: .tue May 8. 1877. 7, P. K ramanli. note dated November 16, 1876. for $200: due May 16. 1877. 8. G. Eberhardt. note dated December 20, 1876. for $200: due June 20, 1877; paid March 17, 1877. ' o1.11 n ' 'ulllt. i eo. -Geyer, noted dated February 5, 1877, for $372: dull August ,. 1877. 10. C. Schnauder. note dated March 1,1877, for l$ts ; due Sletemlber 1. 1877. 11. M. Anderson. note dated March 9, 1877. for $74 50 : due May 8, 1877. 12. M. Ryan, note dated March 17. 1877. for $100: du41 SeptemIb.el' 17. 1577. Ternms-Ca-h. STOCKS. 1. Three shares of the New Orleans Pacific Lailroal 0 'Ae eeh, on which $2+0 paid. 2. Twelve Share- of Teutonia Insurance 'Comp -uy of $1Si each. full paid. 3. .ifteen Shares of People's Bauk of $50 cach full paid. 4. Ten Shares of People's Insurance Com pany of $25 each, full pail. 5 Two Shares of New Orleans Insurance As sociation of $20 each. full paid. 6. Fifteen Shares ot the Teutonia National Bank of $100 each. full pai l. 7. Twenty Shares of the Bank of Lafayette of 90 each. full paid. 8. Fifteen shares of the Odd Fellows' Hall As sociation. Third District, of Ste each, full paid. Termu- Cash, before transfer. OPEN ACCOUNTS. Robert Weiss, open account- -........... $12s s . F. ild, do --.............. 1136 20 Wm. Sinerin. do .............. .2 so George Mertz. do ..............71 25 J.L uis Bau ,.r, do .............. 47 75 Tornms-Cash. COFFEEHOUSE ESTABLISHMENT. Stoak in trade of Bar-room No. 534 Tehoupi toulas street. Fixtures and all implements appertaining thereto-the whole as per inven tory. Terms of Sale-Cash on the spo:. 5 112 o026 13 JUDICIAL ADVERTINEfIlNTEr AlCTION lO ALEM. By Plseido J. Spear. VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY. COR NEll OF ST. ANTHONY AND CELESTINE STREETS, THIRD DISTRICT. SUCCESBION OF MAlIGARETHA KLEIN. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans No. 39,210. BlY PLACID J. SPEAR., Auctionear-Offlee d4 Royal street-On SATURDAY, October 6, 1577, at 12 o'clock mi., will be sold at pubil auc tion. at the Merchants and Auntioneers' Ex elntllg". on Rloyal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, by virtue and in pursu ance to an ordeir from the Hon. A. L. Ttssot, Judfge of the Second District Court for the par ish of Orleans. dated August :il. 1577, the fol. lowl'ngl doscribed property, for account of the above succession, towit-O UD i A CERTAIN PORTIO OF GROUND, with tie buildlngs and improvemenints tlleresn, sit uated in the Thirl Distlrct of this city, in the sqiluare bounded by St Antholy., Celestine, tllnius and Bagatelle streets. mneauring 181 feet to10 nches i lines front and depth on (lolestine street and lt I foot 0 Inches 2 lines front and depth on St. Anthony street, between parallel lines, as per sketch of E. Pille, archI tect., dated 'ild of June, 177. Terms and conditions-One-half cash on the spot. the bli'ance on a credit of one year for notes beairing special miortgage and vendor's lien and privilge anil Interest at the rate of s nper sient per aRnnum ; the purchaser to neassume the payment of the city and State taxes for the year 1877. payUlllel in 1575. Act of sar before M. 'I'. Durnos, notary public, at thie epenste of the purchaser. se4 11 19 25 o0,2 Mh'LENDD I'IHtO'EIITY ON DELORD 'I'IIEET. IETWEEN FRANKLIN AND IIRAMPARIT STIIEE''S. FIRIST DISTRIOT. SUCCES41(IN OF PETER WERCKLE. Becond District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 17,337. BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office No. 46 Ii,oya. street-SATURDl)AY, Octobier N177, at 12 o'clock mu., will be sold at public aue timn, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex change, tin liyald street, between Canal and Customhouse stroets, by virtue and In pursu ance to ain order from the Hon. A. L. Ti'ssEt. Judge iof the Secon.d District. Court for the pllrish of Orleins, dlated August 31, 1877, for ac count of said succession, the following described property, to wit A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all thi buildlngs and nitprovementse thereon, situated in the First 1)st riet of Ihis city, in the square bounded by Delord, Franklin, Rampart and Euphrosine streets dtilgnated as lot No. t, on a plan drawn by glm oel oin the 7th of April, 132, dieposited In the otilce of H. B. Cornes, ti n notary; said lot melasiurin, in Ameriban meas ure, 25 feet front on Dolord street by Ioo feet in between parallel lines. Terms-Cash on adjudication. Act of sale before Tlieilulo Buisson, notary public, at the expense of the purchaser. se4 1I 1511 25 oc2 _ OPEN ACCOUNTS, CREDITS, ETO. BUCCESSION OF MRS. JEANNE A. DUFOUR. WIDOW OF JEAN CAZEAUX. Seonud DistrlctCourt forthe Parish of Orleans No. 38,692. BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR. Auctioneer-Office, No. 46 Itoval street-SATURDAY. Set) tember li, 1877, at 1't. o'clock a, m. will be sold at public auction at 4e Royal street, between Blenville and Customnhouse streets, by virtue and in pursuance to an order from the Hon. A. L. TLssot, Judge of the Second District Court for the parlih of Orleans. dated August 17, 1877. for a.)ount of said succession SUNDRY OPEN ACCOUNTS. CREDIT'8. etc., as per inventory on tile in the Second District Court for the parith of Orleans. Terms-C-ash. 804 11 16 VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON BAR RACKS STREET. BETWEEN MIRO AND TONTI STREETS. SECOND DISTRICT. SUCCESSION OF IONACE FERNANDEZ. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 819,675. BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auntlonoer--O)flce No. 46 Royal street-S-ATURDAY. October 0, 1877, at 12 o'clock in., will be sold at public auc tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex change, on Royal street, between Canal and Oustomhouse streets, by virtue and in pur suance to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second District Court for the par Ish of Orleans. dated third of teptember. 1577, for account of the above succession, the following described propert • to wit A CEIt' AIN LO't OF GROUND, situated in Faubourg Tromeo of this city, in the, sqinuarue hounded nv Barrne(ks. HosptaUl. Miro and Tonti streets, being part of lot No. 17, on a plan of Bringier, of Niovember 4, 15841 and annexed to an act dltited third lJun. 1144. Iefore C(. Pollock notary pullte; said tot ihavinig.Americnn mntals ure 3i fleet front on lIrracks st reit by 125 loot in depth, together with the buildings and im iprovetmn.ts thlreoi., Terms and Conditions-One-half cash on the spot: tihe' alance at twelve and eighteen nionths' credit in notes of the purchaser, to btlr interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum from the date of adjudication, and to be secured by vendor's privilege and specila mort gage on the property, with the usual clauses relative to insurance, and five per cont attor ney's fees in cate of suit on the notes. All taxes exigible in 1878 to be ptaid liy the purehaser. over and ablovo the price of adi idicatlion. Act of sale before Thee. Buisson, notary pub lic, at expense of purchaser. sel 12 I19 26 ec3 6 VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPETY on Rampart street, between Euterve and Fell city streets, First District. SUCCESSION OF AUGUST BTRATMYER. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 87.570. BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office 46 Royal street-SATURDAY, September 22, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. will be sold at public auc tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex change, on Royal street, between Customhou-e and Canal streets, 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 CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the buildings. rights, imprvements ways etc., to t re same belonging, in the First bistrict of this city in the square bounded by Eutorpe, Felici ty, Rampart and Basin streets, having 31 feet 5 inches front on Rampart street by 9s feet 11 inches 6 lines in depth, between parallel lines, English measure, being the greater part of the lot figured by the No.4 on the plan of square No. 8,. made by J. Pilie, surveyor, second Muni cipality, on the 20th of July, 180, in the records of A. Mazureau, then a notary in this city, and is the same lot the deceased purchased from Mrs. C. .. Bridge, December 26, 1865, as per act before Walter Hicks Peters, notary public. The improvements consist in a two-story frame house double tenement, having four rooms to each tenement, front and rear gal leries, common alleyway, two-story frame kitch en with six rooms and two cabinets, privies, cistern etc. 0 Terms-Cash on adjudication. Act of sale before Theodule Buisson, Esq., notary public, at the expense of the purchaser., aul8 25 sel 8 15 22 By Nash & Hodgson. HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. SUCCESSION OF SAMUEL P. RUSS. DE CEASED. AT PUBLIC AUCTION. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 39,451. BY NASH & HODGSON-W. L Hodgson, Auctioneer-Office. No.13 Carondelet street On THURSDAY, September 20. 1877.at 10 t o'clock a. m.. on the premises. No. 141 Clio street, be tween Prytania and St. Charles streets, by virtue and in pursuance of an order of th'o Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated July 9, 1877, No. 39,451, for the account of the sue.ession of Samuel P. Russ. deceased, at public auction will be sold THE ENTIRE CONTENTS of the above resi dence, consisting of Handsome Household Furniture, Ornaments, Carpets, Etc. Terms-Cash on delivery. 8091216 20 JUDICIAL ADVZRTIBEIENT/. AUCTION NALEiS. By C. E. Oirader. STOCK IN TRADE OF A GROCERIY BTORE. BUCCESSION OF CATHERINE BltEDIN. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 39.9008 BY C. E. GIRARDEY. Anctlone --Offce No. a1 Camp street-TUESDAY, SAptembnr 11, 1877. at 12 o'clnck m.. on the preminses, will be sold at Iublic auction. by virtue of an order from the Hion. A. L, Tissot, Judge of the Second District Coutt for the parish of Or leans, dated August 24. and rendered in the above entitled succession THE CON!TENTS OF THE GROCERY STORE AND PERSONAL EFFECTH, situated on and forming the southeast corner of Gravler and Liberty streets. Terms--Cash on the spot. auso s's 11 FINAL ADJUDICATION -OF IMPROVED FIRST DISTRICT PROPERTY, On Basin, between Poydras and Perdido streets, near the market. SUCCESHION OF MARIA IHAGEDOR, JOHN Henry Wicke and David Portschner, eonisolid etod. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans BY C. . GIRARDEY, Auctioneer-Oflice No. 91 Came street--ATUIRDAY. October 13, 1877 at 11 o'clock m.. at the Mt. Charles Auction Exchange in the rotunda of the St. Chanrles Hotel, In this city, will be sold at public autlton, to the last and highost bidder. hy and in pursu ance of an order from the Hon. A. L. rTssot, Judge of the eooond Distrilt Court for the parish of Orleans, daltd Feb). 24, 1871, and a Aspple mental order, dated April 2, 1l77, and rndenired in thll above entitled matter, the following do scribed prop rty, to wit 1. A CriIiTAIN LOTt OF GROUND. situated in the First District of this city, and in the squtare bounded by Basin. Riampart, Poydiras atn Perdido streets. designa'd on plan of J,, I'ile, dated February 10, 18'2, as lot No. 11, measuring 20 feet front on Basin street, the same width f in the rear by of foot h1 inches in doeth between parallellines. 0. ALSO ANOTHER PIECE OR PORTION OF GROUND adjoining the rear of said lot at the side thereof towards Poylirai street, measuring si feet front along the side of staid lot No., 11, 19 feet 5 Inches in width in the rear, a3 feet front on the side towards I'oydr'as stroot, and 92 feet 5 inches on the line Iwa ds i'oydras street; t.) gether with the imnproveinonts therllont. co'n prising the two-story frame tenement house No. - Basin street. Terms-One-thirdcash on the spot, and the r* mainder at one, two, three and four years' eredit for notes speelally secured by mortgage andi ven dor's lien on the property sold, hearing all the usual clauses of eight per cent per annum in terest from the day of sale unltil final payment, five per cent attorney's fees inl tlhe event of stilt to enforce the payments; Inmprove.llfents to be kept in-ured and the policy transferred to the holders of the notes; and further, to asslme the payment of the taxes duo and exigxlle In 1877 and 1878 over and above the price of adiudi cation. Act of sale before W. J. Casftel, Esi., notary publii. at the exfpense of the purcltaelr. a0u21t2 set 15 2 9 0013 1. THE FRAME COTTAGE, With Large Lot, ON ST. MARY, BETWEEN ROUSSEAU AND ST. THOMAS STREETS. SUCCESSION OF THOS. MuD. CONNOLLY. Second DistrictCourt for the Parish of Orleans No. 37.248. BY C. E. GIRARDEY Auctlonenor--Ofen No. 31 Camp street--SATURDAY, September 22, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange. In the rotunda of the St. Charles Ho tol. in this city, will be sold at public auction, by virtue and in pursuance of an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans. daled the loth of August, 1877, and renduered in the above entitled suncession, the following de sc ribed ro rty, to wit A CERTAIN Lr OR PORTIONOF GROUND situated in the Fourth District of this city, and in the square bounded by St. Mary, Fo lelty Rousseau and St. Thomas (formerly Fulton) streets. The said lot is designated by the letter "O " on plan by L. H. Pillie, surveyor, dated the 16th March, 1875, and measures 40 feet 7 inches 7 lines front on St. Mary street by a dpth between parallel lines of 127 leet 10 inches 5 lines. To gether with all the buildings and improvwment.s thereon, comprising a capacious and comfort able douible tenement frame cottage, etc., desig nated by the Nos. 81 and 63: St. Mary street. Terms--One-third cash, balance at one and two years credit for notes specially secured by mortgage and vendor's lien bearing all the usual clauses of eight per cent per annum in terest from the day of sale until final paymenit; five per cent attorney's fees in event that the notes given in part payment should have to be sued upon; the improvements to be kept in sured by the purchaser to the extent of the cre tdit portion, and the policy transferred to the holders of the notes. and to assu nethe payment of the taxes on said pro ,-rty due and exigible in 1878, over and above the prices of adjudica tion. Act of sale before W. J. Castel. Esq.. at the ex pense of the purchaser. A deposit of tell per cent in cash will be required at the molmenrt of adild' cation. auls 25 se1 8 15 22 A DESIRIABLE IRESIDENCE. TIlE NEAT TWO)-ST(IORY FRAME DWELL ING. WITH THREE LOTS. ON oALVEZ. BETWEEN CANAL AND CUSTOM HOUSE STREETS. SUCCESSION OF THE LATE JOHN DURKIN. Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. - DY O. E. GIRARDEY. Auctioneer-Offlc No. 1 31 Camp streoot--SATUIRDAY, October 1. 1877 at 12 o'clock mn., at the St. Charles Auclltion Exchange., in tilhe rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel. in this city, will be sold at public auct ion by virtue and in pursuance of an order from the Hon A, L. Tissot. Judge of the Secoln Dis trict Court for the parish of Orleans, dated the thirtieth August, 1877, and rendered in the above entitled succession, the following de scribed protPrtY, to wit THREE CERTAIN L OF GROUND, situ ated in the Second Disti of this city, and in the square bounded by Canal, Galvezt Custom House and Johnson streets. The said lots are designated by the numa.rs twenty-one, twenty two and twenty-three, as per plan by A. d'Hem mecourt, surveyor, dated the sixteenth of July, 1853, and deposited in the office of P. C. Cu veollier,late a notary public in this city. The said lots measure as follows: Lot No. 21 has 28 feet 6 inches front on Galvez street, by 118 feet 1 inch in depth, between parallel lines: lot No. 22 has 28 feet 5 inches front on Galvez street, by 130 feet in depth between parallel lines; lot. No, 23 has 28 feet 5 inches front on Galvez street, by a depth between patallel lines of 130 feelt, to gether with all the buildings and improvements thereon, comprising a neat and comfortable t wo story frame building, built retired from the street; kitchen, stables, etc., front and side gar dens. Terms-Cash on the spot. The purchaser, in addition to the price of adjudication, to as sume the payment of the taxes due and payable in 18577 and 1878. Act of sale before W. H. Pascoe, Esq., notary public, at the expense of the purchaser. 0so 15 22 29 0(6 13 VALUABLE FIRST DISTRICT PROPERTY. SUCCESSION OF CALVIN TETE. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans No. 35,667. BY C. . GIBARDEY, Auctioneer-Office No. 31 Camp street-SATURDAY September 22. 1877, at 12 o'clock inm.. at the St. Charles Auction Exchange in the rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, in this city, will be sold at public auction, by virtue of and in pursuance of an order from the WHon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated August 10. 1877, and rendered in the above enti tled succession, the following described proper ty, to wit A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the First District of this city, and in the square or islet No. 87, bounded by Religious, St. James, SCleste. St. Thomas and Felicity streets, meas uring 64 feet front on Religious street by 121 feet in depth, together with all the buildings and improvements thereon comprising a two-story i brick house. designated by the No. 129 Religious street, and forms the southwest corner of Reli gious and St. James streets. Terms-Cash on the spot. Act of sale, together witu the taxes, payable in 1877 ad 1878, over and above the price of adjui-. cation, at expense of the purchaser. aul. 25 eel 8 15 22 AUCTION SALES. By R.M. & l BJ. . Montgomery. FURNITURE. FURNITUIIE. ELEG(ANT WALNUT VICTORIA BEDIHOOM SUIT, IIOHEWOOD FRAME PARIOR SUIT, DINING-1100M SUIT, FRENCH PLATE MIllItORH. IlItUHSEL8 CARPETS. ONE ELEGANT CHINA DINNER SET, (GAH CIIANDELE 11t, (IlL CLOTH,. (LAbHWA1IE, PLATED WARE. MANTEL ORNAMENTS, ENGRAVINS, COOK STOVE UTENSILS, ETC. - ALRO - Otn elegant UPRIGHT PIANO, nearly now, Cost suit". Being the contents of tho lIPe'gnily furnished residonne No.11 PIIEUJI BTREET. hotweoen Canal aind Cutstlomhouse. To he sold on account of dhvpfrure, it auctlion. gIY B. M. A B. J. J. MONTOOMEtY-R. M. ? Montgnmory, Atetiloneer- On WEDNESH DAY, 8eptmhern'r 12, 1577, lit 11 o'clock a. in., at then tilabov tnltltio't d plnce. Tcrm-Cnsh bnf ro delivery. sPe tIl CHARTER. UNITED) STATES OF AMERICA. HTATE OF LOUISIANA. I'ARISII OF ORLEANS. S - 1 E IT ENOWN THAT ON TIIfH TWEN -I ,ith day of the Mnlrith of Fnburylruy. in tht ytou of oiir Lord noe tihosalti I ight lunldr co tuiu coyVlenty-ci'vi'li, hlfore iii', Oscar 1)riitt'€l Inhtity uI.hbll0 illn lld for the ilijsh (ind city lof Nov i •lrtiinn, dilly eoiitnmlssioiiond 11l1l MRWolII, and in ipre'lnce of the itlld',sigtned witnises,. IpeROlnallly 4tam!e! Inil aIllloltrell ltle subatrrib'r8s (ni' ti lin n'tbiir, iil bhig ri'.sidihonts of ihiA city and pro.lprietiirs of seltzer aind niineril wat'or rinulllfltctorlis establi'shled in this -"ily. whiich iltappearers hleng idesiitrous of evllitig themselvesrW of the prihviltwos and rights nlTlorded biy in ilct of the Legislaturell of this lStat, "ttl. titlend"Anl It for the origi nizuli'lonu of 'oriporl tions." aipprovetd Mttrli 14.1I. 14.5, tyhylld tove ntilllndt, 'otitrat.'ed and lagree'd, illtd thel y to., tby tihR prsOlli.olt, oveOInaut, 'contrnel '. nl r tl gr'' t s.s'iilatt ihemsilvie tiogether ntd to fiorm a corii'porti'in for Ih'l' purposes of tllll ufti tirtllng ianid olling iti.teor, mineral ii l t ll other arateod wlaters, in ti, 'ity of Now O)rldeti , andl ti this itdl inled purpose' they hitve estlaolitshell llhe followingl rules and Iulllltionlls for the govitiLanie' of sa4hl orporln'tItnll: ARTICLE I. Tihe urittnn andl style of this ertrrorttilln shall be thu Ct!ESC+I';NII' CITY HELTZ ANDI MIN EllA1 WATEIlt MANUFAI TORYa. itiid its.doin ,Ill shaill he inl th. city of New Orleans. It shall i iommnet lltllll14ss immediatiol V and shllnl exlist for the trmln of ten years from the dll hereof, fniless Sotlloler tlisliveii In tlhe maunl netr heorilafl,'rr priovlled., illring whiith tine it nt1hll xeit'M aind entinjoy till the powers, rights ani d privil t'e grilatt'd bty law to eortiorltioni. It Shiill hlv' a ci .lt with tsu''h deviei a' thsli tholrd of dilr ectors may hereafter adtipt. The prg'sid(nt, 511n1ll Ii tihe prolplr persoLin in1uit whom till citutlllton and other Iiegull pro'.s shahll hie served. ARTICLE III. The obijects and pu rpioses f th is 'orP lioratilon iare dlrcti'old to e thio a mantt f iiIt' atid i lto of slitz.er, luineral aind all other aRrated wateris. ARTICLE III. The esplltal stol,'k of this cporr crlti lhn shall hie eltuven thoutsatlnd sIx ihundred dol dirl livided Into nine Pharos, all of which said dshari's have boon and arcI hOrebIy dieclalreid to tb full paid. 'Trainsfers of stock shall be imade only ilni ti' iooks of this iorporatioln at its otfftli. tnol ti sa.le' Ior transfler thereof shall b rmdeo by tthe ownetr nor tbo valid until sixty diaycs' io tic cif ith illntltion to trutltsfor or sell said .stiock shall Iuhave l1eein given to thte prDsid'tnt of the eorpo rntion, andI unlless also this corplorlttilln, or. li defaiult thereof. any one or more' mneJlhecrs of titud corporationi 'hill have hald thil rl'ivlolgo of purchilltilsinlg sail sharei or shllitre of capital stock at the itbona file prlice oritur.rl therefor outside of this corpoirritiol. or, in de fatult of any such tffer, at the mnrkot v'ailu of such share or shares. ARTICLE IV. All tile powers of this iorporation shall lbe ix ocrised Iyv a i board of dliroitlrs. empolsOed of live stockhtlolders, a tlliajority of whtom ishall tibe aiqIlorlulll for the tralusactltion of all the business o0 ilt(' poriortiun. The hioard of directors shalill annually, at t,heir first, meeting. electoino of thnir memb.ransa pu.esldlnt, who shall hold his offlee for the term of one yoltr. or until his suteisaor ris el-cted. Thl ireslplent shall preside at atill mootings of thie board of dirootors and shall conduct antd managet the businetss of thte corporalltion goen orally, under the suHpervislon of the board of di rectors. In the abseneo or inabillity to ant of the preid dent. the board of directors shall Utpoinlt onll of thleir lmemilbers to alct In his phlte. Tlhey shatll hlltve the power to make and adopt such b)y-la]ws its they may deolm proper to fill any vaiaiincite. in their number, alnd igenetally to do alnd .ier form all other acts which may he convenient or ne'ssaltry to carry Into full effuct tlle objects fild ii1u'lrpIoses of this (orporation. Minutoes shnll Iui kep',tof all Ithe meotilngs of the botrtid. Th first elctiotion of diroiors sht1lli iii heldl at the oifflRoe of ith. ororporiritiin on this day. ilnil thereafteir oni the ftirst 'I'uesuItLy of Jatiinuary of eac'lhi iltil cvxet y year,. duo written neitlicl of which olti iithn shll li given by the president to tetc'h stockholder, andtt in the eventiot of no electlon Itking plano on sidl day it shall be tosttlponred liftlen days. lind every stnoetldinig flftlin dI tts untilt an i'lctioLn be had. notice being givenl asi iafor.ald. At il teleetions or inoetings each stockhtolIcr, either ill person or by proxy. shall be entitl id to one vote for eaLh shiiare of stock hold by him; Iiand til' tpersolns receiviing the number of votes rcpresiuting a Illojllrity in amount of c utDI tl/ stock shall bte considered Its el tit tild shlatll serve for tho term of one y util thloir succoasors are duly eloected. ARTICLE V. Proper books if aciount shall be kept. Il which till the liinlinls ntul trallsulctions of tiih c.,l'piirttion shall i)ii Ilnte1'rd, all( tihey shOal hi,( ,optn lit aill timeis t) the inuspection of tho stoCk Itultders. 'Ture sthnll be exhiblted yearly to the stock holileru., lt their guneral mnootling for thle cli, tion of diric''tors. a fultl it c, lotopl wtt uonitu of al 1 tle tslnless and ilTatirs of thu cirpiira tion. inciudinutg a gin'trnal billltncr'i of' li t ciiooks, Iand Ia stnttomnlit of tile prollts allnd l)ses during the yealr. ARITICLE VI. The said appearers (original stockhohlders) shall have the priviloge of Ibeing emplroyed by prrfeorrne to all others in the tbusinllss of the corporation, at salaries to be flxed by the board of directors. No stockhohlodr sharll ever be hehl l!able for the contracts, acts or faults of thle corporation, nor by ciause of any in formality in organizing, or any other ircnlnlstainces whatsoever, in any further amolllunt than the loss of his stock; nor shall any informality in the organization of this corpororation render this charter null. ARTICLE VIL This act of ilncorporttion may be altered and amenlded, or the corporat ion itself dissol.ed before ilts expiration of its term, by a vote of three-fourths of the whole capital stock at ai general meeitng of the stockholders convened and hcldi for the Ipuarpose aftter thirty days' no ticc in two of the daily newspapers of this city ARTICLE VIII. At the expiration of this charter, or sooner. its provided for in article seventh, the liquida tion of the affairs of this corrporation shall be made by three comrlnmissioners, to be chosen by tihe stockholders from amongst themselves; the term of ofliceof said colnmissi nlers. their corl pcnsation and duties, .as well as the manner and duration of liquidation, shall also be fixedo by said stockholdtels. Thus done and ex.cuted at my offiee,'in said city of New Orlieans, the day, mionith and. yveir first above written, in presenlce of Messrs. One siphore Drouct and John Legier, both of this city, comnlpetent witnesses, who have hetreunto signed their names, with the said subrscriheri and me, the notary, the whole after due reading of the foregoing. Witnesses 0. DROUET. i JOHN LEGIER. OSCAR DROUET. Notary Public. I certify the foregoing to bl a true copy of the original act of corporation extant in my cur rent register. OSCAR DROUET. Notary Public, I. the undersigned, Deputy Recorder of Mortgages in and for the parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the within anti foregoing net of incorporation was this day duly recorded in my office, according to law, in Book No. 132, folios sI;. s7 and 88. C. DARCANTEL, Deputy Recorder. New Orleans, February 23, 1877. s, W. W. FARMER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MONROE, LOUISIANA. Practices in the parishes of Ouachita. More house and Richland. Claims taken for collec. tion in all other parishes, with privilege of man. aging same in connection with attorneys resid. lg there. aso eThuiy INSURIANOE. MERBOHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE OOM PANY OF NEW OBLEANS, 104 .............. nal treet ..............104 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT. In conformity with the requirements of their charter, the Company publish the following statement: Premiums received during the year ending May 81, 1877, including unearned premiums of the previous year On Fire Risks...................... $861,296 2s On Marine Risks ............ .... 24.473 9B On River Risks.............. . ...... . 25,679 87 Total Premiums ............ . $411,449 $2 Less Unearned Premiums...... 118.115 00 Net Earned Premiums May 81. 1877.............................. $298.881 82 Losses paid On Fire Risks............117,57 90 On Marine Risks.......... 17,052 50 On River Risks............ 3,896 77 Taxes and expenses, less interest............ 28,693 88 Reinsuraneos and Re turned Premiums.... 16,104 08- 8188.814 66 Proflt.......... ........... $110,021 16 The Company have the following assets: Real Estate........................... $289,79 49 City ond................................ 110,419 50 Bank, Ballr',ad and other Stocks and Mortgage Bonds....... .... 169.235 56 Notes secured by mortgage....... 214,042 0o Notes secured by pledge............ 42,307 97 Bills receivable.................. 76,164 19 Premium in course of collection.... 49,087 93 Udish on hand ....................... 77,007 58 Total.............................. $1.020,344 2 The above statement is a just, true and cor rect transcript fiom the books of the Company PAUL FOURUHY., President. G. W. Norr, Secretary. HTATE oF LOUvrIANA, Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. I Sworn to and subscribed before me the sev euth day of June, 1877. JAMES FAHEY, Notary Public. At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the seventh day of June, 1877, it was resolved to declare a cash dividend of twenty per cent on the net 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 live per cent per annum on their stock. DIREGrTORB : P. Maspern, Hy. eebeb. D. A. Chaltraix. E. Toby. 1'. Fourhy, J M. Allen, S. Z. Reif, WM. W. Smith. Charles Lafitte. D. Fatji. jes tf J. J. Fernandez. TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT -OF THE- CRESCENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Nsw ORLEANS, May 19. 1877. The Trustees, In conformity with amended charter, submit the following statement of the affairs of the company on the aoth of Aprii. 1877: Fire premiums.............8,68 51 Marine premiums.......... 29,816 96 River premiums.......... 81.924 85 $299.808 81 Earned premiums, loss re Insurance and return pre miums..................... 22..286 18 Losses paid and estimated, Including all known and unpald., say: Fire losses.. .....67,833 60 Marine losses..... 7,285 41 River losses....... 25.510 20 ---- $100.181 21 Taxes, expenses, discount In lien of participation, etc.... ...........51,892 58 Less rents, salv age savings, etc. 11.786 72 - $40,125 86 $140,257 07 Gross profits......................... . 87.978 os Of which 516 587 35 is appropriated to balanoe of interest and liquidation of doubtful assets, The company have the following assets Bills receivable .......... .1.68.,648 as Loans on Bonds and Mort gageo ............. ....... 6,943 33 o--- 124,591 70 Loans on call ................ $74,54 15 Cash ...................... 63,846 71 -- $ 138,400 86 City Bonds .................. 72,06 oo Bank and other Stocks...... 73.416 65 Real Estate.................. 189,644 66 Premlums In course of Col loction and Busptcnso Ac count...................... 33.415 94 Total assets ...-....... 681,42 70 The above statemenL 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, SNotary Public. The Board of Trustees this day resolved, that after paying the annual dividend of TEN PEB CENT Capital Stock of Company. that a dividend of TWENTY PER CENT in cash be paid on MONDAY. June ll, to those parties entitled to. receive the same. Thos. A. Adams, Fred'k Camerden Sam'l B. Newman, J. L. Harris, Sam'l H. Kennedy. Andrew Stewart. John Phelps. Joseph Stone, Adam Thomson. George Marttn, Henry Abraham. Alfred Moulton. VictorMeyer, L.C. Jurey. Edward J. Gay. Edward Nlalle, Joseph Bowling, Geo. W. Sentell. Bimen Hernsheim, A. Levi, Simon Foreheimer. Wm. H. Matthews. Joe. B. Wolff, Paul E. Mortimer. R. B. Post, John V. Moore. Ed. Pilsbury, W. B. Conger. Jno. E. King. Henry M.Preston. Reuben G. Bush, - J. J. Irby. my22 ly SUN MUTUAL INSURANCF' COMPANY. Paid Up Capital, $156,@60. FROM THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAl STATEMENT FOB 1876." Net annual earned pre miums and Discounts and Interest ..·-......... 407.96 Losses. Expenses. Taxes, etc-.... ---- ------... $277.20 94 Reserved fund $10,000. and Dividend on capital 10 per cent.................. 59.547 7-386,75641 Net Profit ............ :... 7190t. Assets of th, (,Ccipany es timated at their cash market value: Stocks, Bonds. Loans and Bills Receivable........ 898.599 7 Cash on hand and premi ums in course of collec tion. ....................... 186.698 4 1885,298 21 Dividend paid on stock ten per a tier an num, and on partleipating policies twenty per cent. Dayable lncasn. This old and reliable company is issuing poll ies on Fire. Biveranj Marine riskson the most favorable terms. All losses promptly adinsted and settled upon liberal terms at their ofloe, 52 Camo street. JAMB L DAY. A. OmHCaTR . Secretary ia8sl INIUJNIWOI ELEVENTH ANNUAL STATEMENT -or Tan FACTORS' AND TRADERS' INlsRUANCE COMPANY. .I.........OARONDELET STREET........ Of NEw 01LaAxW5, May 17, 1.17. The Trustees, in conformity with the charter of the Company, publish the following state* ment of its affairs for the fiscal year ending 0oth April, 1577, to wit: Promlums for the year On fire risks............$29,598 60 tiver risks.................. 200,0 28 Marineu risks ............... 87,228 81-667t,7.1 19 Less Unterminated premiums. 1877................ ........ 89,330 00 Roturn premiums.......... 9,487 7- 95,15 7 Net earned premiums .............0961 92 Losers paid, to wit: Onh ilr risks...$10o0,27 27 On river risks.. 104,619 49 On marinerisks 84,708 $n-- 239,675 78 It-ilnsuranr e .............. 81,194 08 I.ihate ar.oint ............. 11,740 72 State and city taxes and li conses..................... 25,122 70 N. O. Board of Under writ rs .................... 8,523 60 Gross general expenses.... 119849 44-- 861,412 27 Blancne............................112.89 Add interest and discount and sav ings received ..................... 88.6O0 s $201,142 1 Loss first semi-annual intnrest pali on Capital Stock. 5 per enlt, and second new du1, 5 por cent....... 100, 0000 Not profits ...................... 1l01,142 9$ lboserved to cover losses........ 23,000 00 Balance dlvided on not premiums. 1876-7............................ 78.142 The Company have the following assets, .wit: Onah on hand ....................... $819.092 11 Arce unts in coorse of colletion..... 81,114 4S Bills reedy, Il on pledge............ 40.87 30 Bills reeolvable for premilums........ 26,01 719 Bank and other stocks ................ 208,628 1 City, State and other Bonds.......... 148.112 Bonds of Masonic Grand Lodge of Louisiana .... 6,000 00 Bonds of Odd Fellows' Hall Assolea tion ........................ ,000 00 Bonds of Associatin for the Belief of Jewish Widows and Orphans. 29,00 00 Real estate ....------ .................. 77.010 8 Total....................... ....$1,282,9036 6 The foregoing is a true and correot statement from the books of the compam y. ED. A. PALFREY, President. Tnos. F. WALKtIE, Secretary. STATE OF LOUISIANA, Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. Sworn to and subscribed before me this l.th day of May, 1877. EDWARD IVY, Notary Public. At a specital meeting of the Board of Trustees hfeld on the 17th inst.. it was resolved to Day za detmand a HtECON D HjEMI-ANNUAL IANTIERE.T OF FIVE PER;l CENT to April 80 1l87 making 10 per cent per annum on the CAPITAL STO of the comna ny I(1.0 0 tr,). and a cash dlviden of TWEN.TY ner cent to stockholders on the amount (.389.655 97) of their net partlcipating premiums for the year endingA ril .0 187t. ED. A, PALFREY Prrsidnnt. JOHN CHAFFE, itce President. TRUSTEEBS John I. Noble. T. Lytt. Lyon, John Chlaffe Samuel H. Boyd, Richard Milliken. Joseph McElroy. J. , Warren, W. J. Bohan. R. T. Buckner, B F. Eshleman, Samutl Friedlander. Win. O. Black, A. A. Yr tes. Charl s Chaffe. John I. Adams, L. C. Jnrey. Isans Meherck, W m. Hartwell, It. M. Walmsley, C. J. Leeds, A. H. May. A. T. Janin, S. H. Snowden, Joseph Bowling. A. M. Bickham. mylO UNION INSUREANCE COMPANY OP 19W ORLEANS. TWENTIETH ANNUAL STATEMENT -OF THB UNION INISURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS. Published according to law and their cha*. A mount of premiums received duringthe year ending April 30, 1877 Fire premiums ......................... $70,980 River premiums........................ 11 ,08S Marine premiums.................... 5.172 43 $88.098 95 Loss return premiums.......... 781 96 87,1696 Paid losses during the year Fire losses ............................ ,029 6, River losses ............................ 7,190 64 Marine losses.......................... 8,575 49 $48,795 76 Reinsurances.................... .... 2,801 78 IRent.................................... 1.500 Taxes................................... 910 00 Rebate.................................. 8.977 28 Expenses. eInss discount and Interest.. 10,786 68 Reserved for unmorminated risks..... 15,0to 00 The assets of the Company are Loans secured by pledge............... 9,95 Loans secured by mortgage........... 18,830 00 Bills receivable for premiums........ 5.929 5 Stocks, bonds and other securities.... 14.,071 74 Real estate.............................. 11,967 80 Premiums in course of collealon.... 16,41078 Gash on hand......................... 9.5 91a $.914,209 70 The Above statement is a correct transerip from the books of the company. A. C. CHIAPELLA, President. J. M. CRAWFORD, Secretary. STATE OF LOUISIANA, 1 Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of May, 1877. JAMES FAHEY, Notary Public. DIRECTORS: V. MAIGNAN. H. GALLY. A. BONNECAZE. J. BAYLE. B. BALOY A. R. BROiUSSEAU H. LABASSE. L. D. SARPY. A. CHIAPELLA. myl5 H IBERNIA INSURANCE COMPANY. Office No. 37 Camp street. JOHN HENDERSON, President. 4 P. IRWIN, Vice President. THOS. F. BRAGG. Secretary. Earnings................................ $19.0 Losses paid .......-------.. .................. 73, Net profits...... ............................ - At 3n election held on Monday, the 7th insta; the following named gentlemen were choe - Directors of this company to serve for the ens ing year: P. Irwin. John Henderson, Thomas King, Joh Gr. Ryan. ) Thos. Gilmore: W. J Jastell. John T. Gibbons, Jas. A. Girdner. William Hart, Emile Gauche, David Jackson. John H. Hanna, F. J. Gasquet. At a meeting of the Board, held May 14, JOH* HENDERSON, President, P. IBWIN. Vice Presi dent, - nd THOS. F. BRAGG, Secretary, weret unanimously re-elected. The Board declared out of the net profits of the Company for the past twelve months 10 per cent interest; also 2 per cent dividend on the paid up capital, and 20 per cent dividend on premiums paid by stockholders (making, with the rebate, 35 per cent on premiums). Said i - in terest and dividends to be placedto the credit of the stock notes. o Interest and dividends on full paid stock pay- 1o0 able in cash at the office of the Company on and after June 15 prox. THOS. F. BRAGG. Seoretary New Orleans. May 18 1877. ie.