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*UUs & SALES. oiWlty fr Wew rl Ieans Vs. J. lrMann; same vs. J. Jawe; same vs. same. rIO DIPIIOT COURT FOR THE of Orlehs Pon.es, ( R1 , e, t, , 4:l--By of three wri of fleri facias, to me ,irect by the honor le the Mnlporlor District it or the path of Orleans, in the above sausees. city taxes of 1874, 1876 and f 2L ill ptoc. to sell at public auction. e lMerchantt nd Auctioneers' Exehange. al7 street, beteen aOnnl and Customhouse n the Stond District of this city, on WU AY, OctDer 9 1877, at 12 o'clock m., ,f. tO1ow. riod bebd proterty, to wit E ~It, 1,) 11 OF ROUNU, situated in st ltrirof thil city, i. siare numý Oe anbo.un by South Market, Tnhouaui u a>!, elord tid P toers streetl, designated as Lnumber twtty one, mnesutrlng twenty-two t ront on ltth Market street by seventy Sfeet in dept ieed in thhtbove sults. erans--C~asb the soot m- . IOMlAR H. HANDY. Civil ~eriff of the Parlsh of Orleans. set 20 o. . The City a New Orleans vu. William Godfroy;amn vs. same; satno vs. same: same vs. n110. .PEtPRIOlH DII)TItICT COURT FOR THE 3Prlsh oirltcidnls, Nos. r,io'2, 70,105, O85,19. aUms-By virt) of four writs of fler faoiai, to me direoed b honorable the Supo ior Dist rict o rt tor arish of Orloan0 in the above enttfled o a , for city tax,'s of 1873, 1874, 1878, and 18 , II proceedto sell at public auction, tthe Me ntits snd Auctioneers' Exchange. oyal strew between Canal and Cuslnmhouse t itn toond Iistri.t of this city, on et r P. 1577 at 1s o'clock m., the 1 AC AIN LO( (' IiOUND, situatod intie Ft, District of thi.,'ity, in square num tr net ounded by Feliioty. (,olh.te and Re ous ~Ot. mln"au ring one hundreod and fe feet t on Foelicity street by ninety ftot In depth sg A ýOCIN LOT OF GROUND, situated n the1 Ji t.rit. of thits ity, in squcro num one dr',d and ninlty-fur, bounded by elpome. P'rytanla. Terpesi'horo and St. K arlei eeats, tdesignattid as lot numbel two. r~i~r}' twonty-o grt feet front on Mo.lo enpo if' by uo hundred and flfty-two feetl " er1ElIsh onthe snHot. TOMh AS H. RANDY, Jivil Bheriff of of the Parish of Orleans. s_. ..9 MONITIONS. MONITION. STATE OF LOUISIANA. BE00I DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF ORLEANS. I1SRTATE OF LOUISTIANA, TO ALL om these presents shall come, gronting Wl 1a Simon Hernusnitm has purchased ataloe sale made by it. . Montgomery, aetber for the parish of Otleans, on the I t e ighth day of July, 1877, under and by I vrf tn order of 5sluo rouitdred the twenty htr! June. 1877, the property hlelinafter d-td., has applied to this court, for a moon or advertisement in conformity to se 170, 2371. 2372 and 2873 of act No. 05, ap-l ro- tarch li, 170, anld commonly known as. h.ead Statutes of Louisiana." otherefore, know ye, and all persons in teri herein are cited and admonished in the of the Mlnte of Lo.mstans, and of the i) District Court forth' parish of Orleans. whmns et ap any right, title or claim to and in property hereinafter described in eon - e of any informality in the order, dto Sjtdtfiment of the court under which the rss made, or any irregularity or illegal l e appraisetnments and advertisement-, or manner of sale, or for any oilther dle tever, to show cause within thirty in toe day this monition Is first Inserted pubic papers wht the tsle so made n. be oontirme I and homologated. said prop rly was sold in the matter of th ii on of Joso Martinez Del Campo, No. it the docket of this court, at which sale fI Herrshelm, of this city, hieaire the pur e' for the price and sum of two thousand sehundred and tlity dollars. brirtion of the property as connt ind in thf of sale from the succession of Jose Mar tlDel Campo to the said Simon Hernsheim, Dd before William HI. Pascoe. notary pub lit the tenth of August 1877: Drtain lot of ground, together with the thstory brick store thereon, situated in the 8i Dtistrict of this city, in the square b4ld by Peters, Front, Canal and Crossman atb. and designated by the number fifteen o are number one. on a plan drawn by L. Bilo, surveyor. dated Mayv 20, 1848, deposited inoffico of Joseph Cuvellier, notary in this eiaid lot measures. in American measure. tw-two feet four incthes two lines front onl Pt street by ninety feet in depth, between pel lines. Being the snme property which tid Jose Martinez Icl Campo inquired by pse from John M. Hnyle. by an act passed DlCharles St ringer, notary in this city, on thventh of November, 18)8. Orleans, August 24, 1877. A. L. TISSOT, Judgean. t HERBERT. Clerk. u2t121 se' 20 MONITION. STATE OF LOUISIANA. 8BD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF ORLEANS. STATE OF LOUISIANA. TO ALL om these presents may come, greeting: Msthias Hirsch has purchased at a Dptale, made by R. M. Montgomery, aue tiofor the parish of Orleans, an the twenty ei ayof July. 1877, under and by an order 0o rendered twenty-third June, 1877. the pry hereinafter deserixbe., has applied to thirt for a monition or advertisement, in coOity to sections 2370, 2371,2:172 and 2373, of aoti5, approved March 16. 1870, and com mqnown as the "'Revised Statutes of Serefore, know ye, and all persons in to erein are cited and admonished in the nat the 8tate of Louisiana, and of the SeOistrict Court for the parish of Orleans whset up any right, title, or claim to and in roperty hereinafter described, in con seq of any informality in the order. doe eroiudgment of the court under which the San made, or any irregularity or illegality in Dpraisements or advertisements, in timanner of sale, or for any other defect whbr, to show cause within thirty days frolay this monition is first inserted in the papers, why the sale so made should not lrmed and homo ogated. Ti property wae sold in the matter of the sion of Joset Martinez Del Campo, No. 28.5a docket of this court, at which sale Mattrsch, of this city. teeame the pur chau the price and sum of thirty-one tholollars. DEon of the property as contained in the tle from the succession of Jose Mar tine.anmoo to the said Mathias Hirsch Dassre Williim H. Pascoe, notary publie, on ta day of August. 1877: T in lots of ground, together with the threqtry brick slated stoi es, situated in the tt ict of this city, and forming the Squalet bounded by New Levee. C~anal. FultC Common streets, and designated by thers one and two on a plan known os th4f J. A. Beard. deposited in the office of HIs, notary, under date of the twelfth Janut. Lot number one measures thirty eighten inches seven lines front on New Leve.wenty-four feet six inches on Ful ton stone hundred and thirty-six feet two oiepth and front on Canal street, and one hand thirty-eight feet three inches in dele line dividing it from lot number two; her two measures thirty-eight feet seven seven lines front on said New Levee.nd twenty-four feet five inches four I1epth and front on Common street by .naed and twenty-eight feet three inches1 on the line dividing it from lot numbEl American measure. Being the same twhich the said deceased acquired by pur)m the city of New Orleans by two ses passed before H. B. Genas, notary g-. New August 20. 1877. A. L TISSOT. Judge. JoHNr, Clerk. au21 se6 20) STABLE SALES. C nee & Co. vs. J. Finney. THIRrCE COBRT FOR THE parleans No 7s-Byvirtue of a it s, to me directed by the Hen. John L.e Third Ju.tice of the Peace for the .f Orleans, in the above en titled al proceed to sell at public auction, erehouse, 85 Bienville street. between and Royal streets, in the See ond Did5s city. on THRUSDAY, Sep tember r. o'-l,.k a. m. ,ONa .tOCERIE_, as per inventory Seized ia suit Terms- he spIot. 1 HO2l0 I, BUCKLEY, e 15 20 Constable. eUDIOIAZL ADYVa.NUZKmNTS. bHEIP'I UAL1. The City of New Orleans vn. David Jones; same vs. camp: same vs. same: same vs. same. IUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE , parish of OrLeans, Nos. rst,os, 70,0o.15, 54,HIt and :477--By virtue of four writs of fleri faeias. to me dire tod by the honorable she Superior District Court for the parish ot Orleans, in the above entitled causes for city taxes of 1873. 1874, 1876 and 1878, I will proceed to sell at ipubllt auction, at the Merchants and Auntloneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus tomnouse streets. in the Second District of this city, on TUESDAY, Otobir t, 1s77. at 12 o'cIlock m.. the following descrihbd pro ort , to wit A CEtTAIN PORTION OP GItOUND. sit uated in lhe First District of this city, in ,square number two hundred and thit tyseven, bound 41 by Baronne, Triton Walk, Oar, ntdrlIt, and C;:l lIoDe streets, designattied n loit nImiber twenty nine. measuring twe"nty-sevecn feet front on Baronn, street, by one hiundred andl niunty-two foot. In depth. eidzed in the above suits. Terms--Cash on thte st o t. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of ()rleans. se7 20 (009 The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. Arsltide Hopkins: same vs. samn'. UPERIOIt D)ITRICT COURT FOJR THE Il parlsh of OrJolns. Nis. 7t,155 r. 44123 SBy virtuer of two writs of HIlo I fIKis t me direotd by thO honorabli, thi HMaporior his trit Uonurt for the parish of ()Or.ans, in tho above entitled a('les, for ('ily taxos of 1874 aind 1711, 1 .will proolid to sell at puDIli'i aUtltlon, at tho Mierrhalnts and Auction.l'rs' Exchange, I n. al stroot ,l t Won Can lil and11 Customhouse srtrots. in tho HN',onnd l)ist, iot of this etty, on TUENDAY, Octoh, r ,.. 1877, at 12 o'nl,.ok m., I the foliowinp ito,,, thIli rtt vil, ytI wtt A CEIITAIN h'OIiTI(N o)F '(ROUNI), sit untIdl in tie Third Diitri't of this vity. In i sqluar niumb l r oine iiundrn d l ndl fifty-six t hunidod by 1'spllllinltO. RoyaIl, llgitllt . it llnif Polcio stroits., do ignaltl ast lot fullutlbir flivo. I mittenlrinig twently-iigtlht foot frlont on Eslal. l- ndo sir'lot, by otlln hlldred Ilnd thirty-Rovin . foot in il"pti. TMei'ljhi iii L thsove suits. Torins-Caih oil tiui,.l slt. OTH 1A H HANDY, Civil 1horitf of the Parlisih of briclans. se7 21Oi p.. The City of New Orleans vs. Charles C Bridges; samte vs. same: Hsanl vs. salnme; Safme VS. same; saLme Vs. stinne; HaleO vs. sanme. 1UPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR TIlE parish of Orleans, Nos. s81tor, 34r,44.4 24:,4, 4 018111., 81 290 and 540.-By virtue of six writs of ilerl facine, to me directed by the honors It the Huperior District Court for the parish of Or lans, in the above entitled caunses. f-r city taxon of 1870, 1871, 1874, 1875 and 1870, 1 will proceed to sell at public auction at the Merchants andl Aun tionoeers' Exchange, lRoyal street. between Cinal and Customhou o streets, Inth.SBcond District of this city, on TUESbAY, October 9, 1877, I at 12 o'clock im.,the following describod proper- I ty, to wit- 1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uate. in the First District of this city, in square number three hundred and twenty-fur. bounded by LIberty, Franklin, Clio and Erato streets, designated as lot number twenty-one. leasuring twenty-nine feet tront on Liberty street by one hulndred and twelve feet in deptIih. 2. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND. sit uated in the First )District of this city. In sqlltlr number three hundred and eighty-two, bounded by Freret, Locust, Clio and Erato streets, desig nated as lots lnumbers four and five. each mlilts uring thirty-two feet front on Frorel street by one hundred and twenty-six foot in depth. Seized in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spirt. THOMAR H. tANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. e?7 20 or9 The City of New Orleans vs. L. C. til1 laud; same vs. L. C. A. Billaud; same vs. same; same vs. same; gsame vs. sam,; slollll vs. samtte. SUPERIOR DISTRICT COUIRT FOR THE parish of Orleans, Nos. :14.184, 4:17. 5,9nst, 0i9.45.. 82.:33 and la2--By virtue of six writs of fl.ri frilas to me directed by the honoruble the Superior district Court for the parish of Or leans, in the above entitled can-eso, fr city taxes of 1871, 1873, 17-1. 1875 uand 1s70, I wL I proceed to sell at public auction, at. the Merchants and Auc tioneers' Exchange. Royal striot, be woeli Canal and Customhouse str, ets in thoe Sound l)is triet of this city, on '1 UESbAY. O(rteio!9. 1577, at 12 o'clock m., the following locribedl prop erty, to wih 1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit uated in the dtcond District of this city.in square number four hundred and forty-two. hounded by lagan Avenue, Ursullines, lendon or Second and St. John streets, measurlng two hundred feet front on Hagan Avenue by one hunt red feet in depth. 2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. stt unated in the Third District of this city, In sculare number live hundred and l.ivon. b8;ond e'd by Frenchmen, Urquhart. Elysian Fields and Villere streets. designate d as lot. number ouo. mnealuring ninety-six feet, front on Frelnch men street by one hundred and twenty-eight feet in depth. 3, A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit. uated in the Third District of this city, In square number eight hundred and eighty-five, bounded iby Frenchmen, Solidttel, Unton and Jostphinet streets, designated as follows: Lot number ,ne measurng llfty feeoot front on Josephine strteet by one hundred and flfty feoot in depth; lot nu in her two measuring two hundretd and flfty-six foot front on Union street by oine hundred and twenty-eight feet in depth and front on .Toso phine street; lot numbelnr thre mineasllring twenty-five feet front, on Josetphlne street. I)y one hundred and fifty fert in depth: lot numlber four measuring one hundredI and fifty feot front on Fr. .ohmen street by one htlldreliand forty five foote In depth and fronut on .lhosphnll strlet. 4. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, slt uatesd in the Third District of th is cit y. in square number nine hundred and twelvo. hoiunded by Josephine, Ceolestine. Union and Fronchilct'n streets. designated as lot nulmber sixtee n. mtlls uring sixty-four feet front on Josephine strro-t by one hundred and twenty-eight feet in depth. 5. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit uated in the Third District of this city, in square number one thousand and twenty-flve, bountded by Elysian Fields. Srenchmin. Colestinst and Genius streets, measuring one hundred and twenty-eight feet front on Elysian Fields street by one hundred and twenty-eight feet in d.noth and front on Celestine street. antd one hundr'ed and ninety-one feet front on Elysian Fields street by one hundred and twenty-eight feet in depth and front on Genius streetand I hirty-nine feet front on Frenchmen street by one hundred andseventeen feet seven inches in dept:v. 6. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit uated in the Third District of this city, in square number one thousand and twenty-eight, bounded by Bagatelle. St. Anthony, Celest ne and Genius streets, designated as lot numbler eight, measuring fifty-three foot front on Baga telle street by one hundred and flfty-nin : teet in depth. 7. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit uated in the Third District of this city. in square number eleven ultndred and seventy five, bounded by Union, ]fgatelle. Liberal and Force streets, measuring thirty-two feet front on Union street by one hundred and twenty eight oeet in de th. 8. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the Thid District of this city, in square number three thousand and thirty seven, bounded by Elysian Fields, Frenchmen. Pelopidas and Livingston stret(ts, 9. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the Third District of this city, in square number thirty-four hundred and sixty one. bounded by Elysian Fields, Frenchmen, Carunot and Brutus streets, measuring two hun dred anti eighty-two feet front on Elysian Fields street by three hundred and twenty feet in dpnth. Seized in the above snits. Terms-Oash on the s H. HANDot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. soe? 2 oes The City of New Orleans vs. Frank A. Behan. QUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE Li parish of Orleans. No. 2121-By virtue of a writ of fleri faeias, to me directed by the hon orable the Superior District Court for the par ish of Orleans: in the above entitled cause, for city taxes of 1876. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex change. Royal street. betwee.n Canal and Cus tomhouse streets, in the Se aond District of this city, on TUESDAY. October 9. 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. the following described property, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. situated in the Third District of this city, in square number nineteen, bounded by St. Ferdinand, Chartres. Press and Levee streets, designated as folows: Lot number thirteen, measutring one hundred and nine feet front on Mt. Ferdi nand street by one hundred and fifty-six feet in detlth and front on Chartres street; lot number f urteen. m asuring twenty-three feet fr.nt on St. Ferdinand street by one hundred feet in :depth; lot number flfteen, in the centre of the square, measuring twenty-three feet by forty eight feet. gized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. se7 20 o9 JUDICIAL ADVERTISlEMENTs. IHEIURIEP MALES. ; Mlmplon and White vs. Nicholam C. Fel sher. L'IXTH DISTRIOT COURT POR THIt PAR 1 Ish of Orleans, No. 949R-By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale. to me directed by the honor able the Sixth District Court for the rarish of Orleans, in the above entitled euane, I will pro ceed to sell at public n uction, at the Merhants niln Aotlioneers' Exchange, Royal street, be tweOn (anal and (Customhouse streets, in the Hecond Dis)trict of this ,ity, on 8ATUt4D4Y, - October 1:, 1877, at 12 o'elocrk m.. the following de·scritbd ropnrity, to wit A C'hiTAIN SQUARE OF GROUND, situated in the Fir-t Distrit, of this (city bounded by ( insctuet, Pal myra. Alezxantdir and iuret streota tiand ,telsinated by he nulimber eight hundred Sand throe. $i7,led in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOI AS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the A'arish of Orleans. snle 21 i: orte (harls A. Meyer vs. Frederick C. Hester. c (LI FI'H DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ' ish of Orlans. No. 7495--Bv virtue of a pluries writ of Ile factlls, to .me directed by the honorable tlih Fifl h District court for the g parish of ()rleans. in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at puibllio antion, alt the Mer chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal stroet., h!W'nl Canal aRd Clusomhoulse streets, h In the Mocond District of this city, on FRIDAY. , September 21, 1577. at 12 o'clock, m., the fol- ii lowing nteelrlild oroperty, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, with a the buildings and tlnprovenlrnts thereon. d ri hts, wars privi lges or sHrvlt U0ldo thorolinto belonging. slIlated In the Sixth District of this H eity, in the nllt are bounded by St. Patrick. Val lmnt, I)Dlfossat. and Ht. David strenlt, melasllr ing thirty-seovn foot three inches four lilt.s 1 fronllt on At. David streot, by tthree hundred land five feet eleven Inchefs Il dIpth and front on I)u - fosit str'e, Ilft-threeoo feett fr ont on Ht. Pal rick b strfet, and tlree lhon'red and six fot, in depthl oil the ottpolit'e Sid nearest Valllront stre'elt. Meiz.tl in the above suit. a Tol nls--Caslh o0l theb slot.. 1'IIO IMAR N. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of tho Parishl of Orleans. All120 381 selo 21 SUCCEfMION NOTICES. t Succenssons of slmon Teaunlet and Made- t lilno Forrand. his wifel SECOND DISTRICT COURIT FOR TIlE PAR- n ti4h of Orleans, N.i. t37.t329tnnd 819,414-Where- I as, l] rt rand TIeaulot ihls pilltion' the court I for Iltters of adlnlinstrationll on the estates of r the lat Simoni T1ullllt ltndl wife, dcease.d. in- a testate.. N, tile ti hereby given to all whtom it limay anelrl'n to show causeltl within ton Idays why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be ' granted. t By ordlr of the court. f s4t11 IS 2022"* J(IHtN HERETIRT, Clerk. s Sluccesstoo of llnan narey. KECOND I)ISTRICT COURT FUR THE I 1Illarish of Orleans, No. ,.l.695-Notite. is hereby given Ilt htill thboveHnsllHlon has hboon I oponlll, Any Ilperson having clalHims against said I lstate will plIase call at the offIio of James M. r P'rattl, at torlny. No. i9 Carondelet street, within ten days., In order that the same may be judl- I c(ially pass.ed upon and Hettlei. JAMES DAICIY. Tutor. ,JAMES M. PI'lATT, Attorney. Now Orleans. S4ptember 14. 1877, et, lIlt t Snrcestlons of John George Kolb and ofº Margat'rtl Fuillrath. his wife. ,FCOND DI)ITRICT COUlRT FOR THE PAR Y tl lof Orleanst No. 28.112--The undersiegnted, having b.en appointed and qualltified a adnllin I1sirator of thlle ItllovII sll'cesntlons., hereby nolllti iy all persons having elalims aga- nst the sameII to prvoent an a('lount thereof to him within ton dlls fromll tho data .f this nll , tcE'. IOHlN itETIKFR, No. 795 Tchoupftoulas streeot. near Morapurnll. Septº_lmbler 15. 1k77. sI,, 21124* Successlon of Catlharine Kraus or Chris tine Kross. SECOND DISTRICT COUliT FOR THE PAR k'- ish of Orleanlls. NIl. :tsoito--Notlce is hereb)y gilen to thlle r(ditoi's of this estatIe and to all other persons hereill interested to show 'causeO within ten diIys from the present notillleation. if any thiley have or can, why the account prao snit'ed by E. T. Parker. public adminlistrlator and adlministrator of this elstate, should not lie approved and homologated, and the funds dis trillted in accordaneo therewith. My order of thoe court., soll 15 2e JOHN HERBERT, Clerk. succession of Meyer Loeb. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE I 1 parIsh of Orleans, No. 319,765 - Whereas, Mrs. Fanllly Lob hll las petitioned the court for letters of datlive' t'estamtnnttary e'xellltorship }on the est!Hate of the late MI'ye'r Lob. deceased. Notice is hllreby given to all whom it may concelrn to show 'tut0s within tn (days wiy thel prayer of the sald petitioner shou ld not nIII gtanted. By order of the court. l:r1 17 201) 22* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. Soeccssion of Thomas shore. .ECOND I.STRICT COURT FOR THE PAR º' tIh of Orloans, No. 3l.to0--Noti.) is hereby given to th creditors of this est 'to and to all othler persons heroin interested, to show cause withing ton days from the present notillatilon, if any they have or can, why the account pro s'nted by Mrs. Eliza Dolan, armnlnistratrtx of this estat.(should not 1e altiroved and homo logated. and the funds distributed in accordance thrilrwith. By orderof the court. seol 17 21 221 JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. Successlon of Mrs. Widow Sabina Ginter. SECOND DISITIICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans. No. 39.482-Notit'l is herehy given to thile creditors of this estate and to all othlr, persons herein interested to show cause within ten days from the present notfltllcation, if any they have or o1n. why the account pre sented tby Hartmannl Kick. testamentary exocu- tor' of the d(ecase'd. should not tfhe approved and homilogated and the funds distributed in accordance therowlth. By ordlerof the court. sell 14 17 20* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. succession of Philip Eckenroth and boro thll",' B1In111 nn. lhis wife. SECOND DIlTRIC r COUt'l' FOR THE parish of Orleans. No. 319,723:-Whereas Adam MuvI h 11has ptltitloned the court for letters of administration on the estates of the late Philip Eeklnroth and Dorothea lBaumann, his wife, deceased, intestate. Notice is he'reby given to all whom it may concern to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said pe tItioner should not be granted. By order of the court. s41 17 20 22" JO)HN HERBERT. Clerk. succession of Jacques Bolet. OECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE ºL parish of Orleans. No. 39,768--Whereas Mrs. Jacquelld Bolet has petitioned the court for letters of administration on the estate of the late Jacques Bolet. her husband, decea.sed, in testate. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, to show cause 'ithin ten days why the prayer of the said petitionershould not be granted. By order of the court. sel2 17 21* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. Succession of Dr. Francisco Rlbot. QECOND DIPTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR k itsh of Orleans No. 38,4;s--Notice is hereby given to the creditors of thlis 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 Joseph Llado, testamentary execu tor of the deceased, should not be approved 1 and homologated, and the funds distributed in accordance therewith. By order of the coult. s1a2 15 1 21t* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. Succession of Iouis Bahnet Breton. TECOND DIaTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR Sish of Orleans, No. 39,404-Notice is hereby given to the credlitors of this estate and to all othlr persons herein intoreted to show eause within ten days from the present notification, if any they hate or can, why the final account -tresented by Paul Boe,testamentary executor of the deceased, should not be aporoved and homologated, and the funds distributed in accordance therewith. By order of the court. Sse1215 18 21* .JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. - Succession of Frances W. Mont~omnery, deceased wife of Conrad Green. ECOND DISTIlICT COURT MOlt THE 13 parish of Orleans, No. s39,784-Whereas, Conrad Green has petitioned the court for let ters of administration on the estate of his late 2 wife, Frances W. Montgomery, deceased, intes tate. Rotice is hereby miven to all whom it may concern to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. By order of the court. sels 2 27* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. Succession of Mrs. Mary Kcogh. cECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR C ish of Orleans, No. 39ss--Whereas. E. T. Paraer, Public Administrator. has petitioned the court for letters of lative testamentary a executorship on the estate of the late Mrs. Mary Keogh. deceased, intestate. No tice is hereby given to all whom it may con cern to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. sea1 1i 2 t 27* JOHN HEBBERT, Clerk. OHART* R. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH OF ORLEANS. SBE IT KNOWN THAT ON THIS TWEN l tieth day of the month of February, in the year of our Lord *no thousand etght hundred and seventy-seven, before tme, Oscar Drouet notary publi itn and for the parish and city of New Orleans, duly comnlmissioned and sworn, and In presence of the undersigned witnesses, personally came and appeared the subscribers (nitne in number), all being residents of this city and proprietors of seltzer and mineral wa'er manufactories established in this city, which aupearers being desirous of availing themselves of the privileges and rights afforded by an act of the Lgalslature of this State, en. titled"An ant for the organization of corpora tions," approved March 14. 1is,5, they had cove natied, contracted and agreed, and they do, by these presents, covenant, contract and agree to asocilate themselves together and to form a corporation for the purpose of manufa-t uring ant selling seltzar. mineral i nd all other awrated waters. in the city of Iew Orleans, and to this end and purpose they have establishel, the following rules and regulations for the governance of said corporation: ARTICLE I. The name and style of thls corporation shall be the CIESHCENT CITY HhLTZ AND MIN ERA b WAT EIRS MANUFA' Ti liY., and its dom icil shall be in the city of New Orleans. It shall commenoe business immediately and shall exist for the term of ten years from the da'e hereof, unless sooner dissolved in the man ner hereinaflor provided, during which time it shall exercise and enjoy all the powers, rights and privileges granted by law to corporations. It shall have a sea witlh such device as the board of directors may hereafter adopt. The president shilil he the proper pers,'in Iupon whom all cltations and other legal process shall be served. ARTICLE III. The olijects and ti rpases of this corporation are dielared to b+e the manufacrol, ani saoIo of swltoir, mineral and all other aerated waters. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corporation shall be eleven Ivhouisand six hundred dollars, divided Into nine shares, all of which said shares have been and are hereby declared to be full paid. Transfers of stock shall be made only on the books of hills corporation at Its office, and no salt, or transfer thereof shall be made by th,' own-r nor be valid until sixty days' notice of the intiention to transfer or sell said stock shall have been given to the preasident of the corpo ration, and unless also this corporation, or, in ldefault thernof, any one or more members of shil cor Poration shall have had the privilege of purchasing said share or shares of capital stock at. thile bona lle price otffred therifor outside of this corporation, or, in dle fault of any such offTer at the market value of such share or sharies. ARTICLE IV. All the powers of this corporation shall be ex ercised by a lhortd of direct,irs. composed of five stockholders, a majority of whom shall be a itquorum for the transaction of allthe business of the corporation. The board of directors shall annually, at their flrst meeting. electone of their members as president, who shall hold his office for the term of one year, or until his suceessor is elected. The president shall pr silde at all meetings of the board of directors and shall conduct and manarge the business of the corporation gen erally. undler the supervision of the board of directors. In the absenco or inability to act of the presl dent tihe board( of directors shall appolnt one of their men;lbrs tio act in his place. They shall have the powerto make and adopt such by-laws ias they may loeln proper to, ill any Vacancies in their number, and genrallly to do and per form all other acts which may be convenient or necessary to carry into full effect the objects and purposes of this corporation. Minutes shall li kept of all tih meetings of the board. Tihe first election of direetors shall be held at the fflice of thet corporation on this day, and thereafter on the Ilrst Tuesday of January of oeacl and every yetar. due writtben notice ofwlhiceh election shall be given by the president to each stockholder, and In the event of no election taking pluac on saitd day it shall be postponed fifiteeo days. and every succeeding ilftte+un days until hn ilection be had, notice being given as afotresadl. At all elections or meetings each stockholder " either in Dperson or by proxy. shall he entitled to one vote for eaonh share of stock held by him; and the persons reieiving the number of votes representing a majority in amount of the capi tal stock shall hbe considered as elected, and shall serve for the term of one year, or until their successors are duly elected. SARTICLE V. Proper books of account shall be kept, In which all the dealings and transactions of the Scorporation shall be entered, and they shall be open at all times to the inspection of the stock holders. There shall he exhibited yearly to the stock holders, at their general meeting for the ,lec tion of directorsH. a full and complete account of a I lth ,usllhtlltiess and affairs of the corpora tion. includilng it general balance of the tooks. and a statement of the proilts and losses during the year. ARTICLE VI. The said appearers (original stockhotlers) shall have the privilege of being employed by x preference to all others in the business of the corporation, at salaries to be fixed by the board e of dtiir.etors. No stoikholder shall ever be held liable for the contracts, acts (,r faults of thlle corporation. nor by cause of any informality in organizing, otr anlly other circiumstanccs whatsoever, in any further almoulnt than the loss of his stock: nor shall any informality. In the organizatlon of this corporation renler this c-harter null. ARTICLE VIL This act of incorporation may he altered anti amelnde-:l. or thei c.orporation Itself dissolved b- tfore the expiration of its term, by ia vote of d three-fourths of the whole capital stock at Ia n general nletinlg iof the btockholtirs cionvened andt holdt fotr the parposi after thlrty (days' n tloe in two of the tdalily nIewspapers of this city ARTICLE VIII. At the expiration of this charter. or sooner. as proviied for It article seventh, the liquiida E tion of the affairs of this corporation shall bh n maule by lthre cou misnllniiners. tli bet chosen Iby Sthe stockluitlders from alnongst themse.lves; the term of ofllceof staid commnissienors, their eom-t , pensation aind dulthis, as well as the manner anti duration of liquidation, shall also be fixed Sby said stockholiers. Thus done antd executedtl at my offmce, in saidl city ot New Orleans. the tiday. month andi year first above writtei, in presence of Messrs. One siphore Drouet and John Legier. both of this - cit, competent witnesses, who havte hereunto signed their namnes, with the sahl subscribers E andi me, the notary, the whole after due reading .sof the fortegoing. ir Witnesses' O. DROUET, e e JOHN LEOIER. 1- OSCAR DRIOUET, Notary Publie. rs I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the d original act of corporation ,xtant innEy cur rent register. OSCAR DO uET, Notary I'ubiie. I. the undersigned,. Deputy Recorder of 4. Mortgages in and for the parish of )Orleans, ty State of Louisilana. do hereby certify that the i1 within andt foregoing act of incorporatlon was :e this deiv duily recordedl in my office, according f to law, in Book No. 152, foilios s,. 87 and S8. ew C. DARCANTEL. Deputy Recorder. - New Orleans, February 2:i. 1577. s2l P. BEROUD, CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, 70 and 72 St. Joseph street, Between Tchoupitoulas and Peters streets, New Orleans. Barouches. Buggies and Spring Wagons at the lowest prices. General repairing done on most reasonable terms. jy18 3m* PH(ENIX HOUSE," No. 96 St. Charles street, (Next door to the Academy of Music.) Opens to-night. Thoroughly refitted and re painted in every department. The most fa mous refreshment house in New Orleans. RESTAURAN I. LIQUOR BAR, OYSTER SA LOON. BOWLING ALLEYS, AODA, MEAD and CONFECTIONERY DEPARTMENTS. Cin cinnati LAGER, ice cold. se9 HENRY KLUNG, LITHOGRAPHER, ENGRAVER -AND S.R I T ~ 3 R. 811............Magazine Street ..,....811 NEW ORLEANS, LA. All work executed at New York prices. iy29ly W. W. FARMEB, 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 ing there. noao eThaly --- o-: S- L -a I -I r4 ..O -4 co r 0 I . mam ESTABLISHED IN 1825. Corner Delord and Constance Street. 0---- WE ARE PREPABED TO MANUFAOTUBE Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse, Vacuum Pans, Clarillers and Filters, SAW MILLS. COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOVn. NORS, GIN GOFBIN, FUBNACE MOUTHS, GRATE BABS, ALL KINDS OF PLANTATION AND STAMBOAT WORK, And every description of Machinery for the South. We beg to call special attention to our large stock of SUGAR IETT7LE Hv paI .r chased the entire stock of the Stacker Iron Works of Tennessee.or which tMr. L. ille. beuvre was formerly agent (and the only genuine Tennessee ettles In the market), we offer the same for sale as well as those of our own manufacture, price Ist of wheih we will be pleased to furnish upon application. feestt LEEDS & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEON QUEYBOUZL O.OAB BOIl, QUEYROUZE & BOIS, Wholesale GOreers, DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUOBRS And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE, At the Blue Stores, Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets. del4s '7 I New Orleans. UNDERTAKERS. CHAs. C. JONES. JOHN G. BOOEB, Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & ROCHE, S50 and 262 Magasine at. near Delord. Undertakers and Embalmers. All business entrusted to the firm will receive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. Oarriages to hire. 1eas CONSUMPTION Positivel/y (/ red. All sufferers from this disease who are anxious to be cured should try DR. KI88NER'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 they are no humbug, ve will forward to every f sufferer, by mail, post pd, a FRET TBIAL BOX. We don't want your money until you are Sperfectly satisfied of their curative powers, If your life is worth sang. don't delay ingiving these POWDERS a trial; as they will surely cure Price, for large box se, sent to any part of the United States or Canada by mail on receipt of price. Address ASH & ROBBINS, api6 lv s6s Fulton street. Brooklyn. N Y. LEWIS' PREPARATION 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 the whole conclave of inventors "of the surest and best anti-bilious medic'nes," 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 hundreds of pounds for the commerce of the world, and is [ not to be depended 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 chemistry and hysicians of France, together with the United 1 tates Dispensatory, state that the great object in administering iron is to get the greatest quantity into the gastric juice of the stomach, as y it is intendad to renovate and purify the blood. and its known value as a tonic. my4 tf W. T.L. JAMES LINGAN. ATTORINE AND OUUNSELLOR AT LAWI miy 1 GOravler stree HOTELS. TREMO1NT HOUSE, Corner Tremont and Church streets, alveston, Texas. SUISA & ORFILA, Lessees. (Formerly of the Grand Southern HoteL) The Palace Hotel of Galveston. This elegant Hotel, lately completed. IZ MNOW OMJmW --tOE THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIO Being built at a cost of $400,000ee, it will be first class in every respect, with all the latest fmi provements. ELEVATORS, ELECTBC ANNUN. CIATOBS, etc. -wnrrB- BATH OO35J WO EVERT FLOOR. We therefore take pleasure in soliciting A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATRONAGE extended by the commercit men to the late Grand Southern Hotel SBISA & ORFILA. Lessees,. Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel. Amaorno BasAS. Jn.. Chief Clerk. Y27 6m THE CONTI VERANDAH, Thoroughly Renerated, Will re-open on WEDNESDAY. Septembert 5. 1877. for the accommodation of guests, both per manent as well astransient 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 public atronage. Terms rea sonable. (Al. GECGK8, Proprietor. se5 1m PREMIUM BONDS ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOB SALE IN BUMS TO SUIT. LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS Purchased by A. LzOBE. anal No. 5 Gallier Court Keat Stalls Nes. 8Qir 88 Nagazlme Market. Supplies Shins. Families. Hotels, ete.. with BBGS, VEGETABLES, Beef, a Mutte Prk, vsa s 'pe.W ., 3aw And everything the market affords. MABTIN LANNUS. J.., Bateker. Vegetable Stalls Nos. 151 & 172 Magsalne MarkVt tee