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CITY ORDINANCES--OFFICIAL.
MAYORALTY of NEl OnLSA$s,
Olty Hall, leptember 20, 1877. 1
[No. 4120--Administration Series.]
Resolved, That the sum of eleven hundred and
ninety dollars be and the rame is hereby appro
priated to John Page for repiing the coart room
of Becorder of Second and Third Disrtrcts, as per
resolution No. 4028, passed July 8, 1871, and that
the Administrator of Accounts warrant in pay.
ment of tame.
Adopted by the Council of the oity of New Or
.eus, September 18, 1877.
Yeas-Brown, Osvans", Denis, Diamond, Ed.
ED. PILSBUBY, Mayor.
Ak trueepy:
Tieos. . RAPIER, Seoretary.
MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS,
City Hall, beptember 20, 1877.
[No. 4121-Administration Series.]
Besolved, That the sum of $125 be and is here
bya spproprated to reimburse the Lonuisana Field
Artilery for expenses incurred in firing salutes
on the 4th of July and 14th of September, 1877,
and that the Administrator of Public Accounts
arrant in payment of the same.
Adopted by the onnil of the city of New Or
leans, September 18, 1877.
ED. PILSBUBY, Mayor.
A true copy:
Taos.O. BrPIER, Secretary.
MAYoRALTY or Nzw OsLaNs, i
City Hall, September 20, 1677.
[No. 4122-Administration Series.]
An ordinance providing for the payment of cer
tain interest.
Be it ordained, That the following amounts of
interest were due July 1, 1875, to parties named
on bonds surrendered for funding, on whioh
there were no coupons. alid amounts to be paid
when collected out of the interest funds apper
taling to the respeotive series, in conformity
with ordinasnes Nos. 8190 and 3282, Administra
ton Series:
0 L. .. Dupuy ..........................$800 00
E. 0. Palmer ............ .............. 28 81
Total.; .........................828 1at
Adopted by the Conncil of the city of New Or
leans, September 18, 1877.
Yess-Brown, 0saanas, Denis, Diamond, Ed
wards, Moaffrey.
ED. PILSBUBY, Mayor.
A true copy:
Tose. G. BRAMs. Secretary,
MAYonALTY OF NEw ORLEANS,
City Hall, september 20, 1877.
[No. 4128-Administration Series.]
Reaolved, That permission be uad is hereby
I td to Hon. John E. King Collector of tne
to transfer and change the location of ser
.w* assall bnildings, on the levee, hertofore used
i1h eustoms service at this port, as district
1. transfer one of the ofes, now in the
First and Fourth Districte, to a pointnear Celeste
street.
2. To transfer one of the oices, now in the
Second and Third Distriots, to near the head of
HEcpital street, thus leaving two oices Instead
of four, as heretofore; and
8. To pVae a small Boating boathouse at the
head of Hospital street, between wharves and out
of the w o the ship auding.
Adopted by the Coumell of the city of New
Orleans, September 18,1877.
Yues--Brown, Oavanae. Denis, Diamond, Ed
wards, Mostffrey.
ED, PILBBURY, Mayor.
A true copy:
Isos, G. RAPIER, Seoretary.
MAYOBALTY or Naw OILEBANS,I
City Hall, September 20, 1877.
(No. 4124-Administration Series. ]
Be it ordained, That the Administrator of In
provements be and he is hereby authorized to
advertise for sealed proposals to dig opt the
Gltborne oanal from Press to Poland sttr , In
aeeordsaee with speifocations to be furnised by
the City Surveyor.
Adopted by the Council of the city of New
Orleans, Spte emr 18. 1877.
ED. PILSBURY, Mayor.
A true eopy:
Tnos. . R. BAPI, Secretary.
MAYroaarY or Naw OaLBaAls,
Otty Hall, September 20, 1877.
[No. 412--Administration Serles.]
Resolved, That the Adminlstrator of Imprsve
imeate e and he is hereby instructed to adver
tie for sealed proposals for the construction of a
nuisance wharf in the Third District and one In
the fifth District, according to speoifications to
be furnished by the City Surveyor.
Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or
.ans, September 18, 1877.
ED. PIL9BURB, Mayor.
A true copy:
Taos. G. Barren, Secretary.
MAYronLTY or Naw OnLEANS,
City Hall, September 20, 1877. s
[No. 4120--Administration Series.]
Resolved, That article 13 of ordinancoe No.
8198, approved December 80, 1858, be amended
and read as follows: Every person violating any
provieon of this ordinance shall be fined not
Ism than $25, or imprisonment for thirty days,
or both penalties, at the disoretidh of the court.
Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or
leans, september 18, 1877.
Yeas-Brown, Cavanac, Denis, Diamond, Ed
wards, MeaOffrey.
ED. PILSBURY, Mayor.
A true copy:
Tnos. G. RAPIEn, Secretary.
IMAonALTY or New OBLEANS, I
City Hall, September 20, 1877. "
[No. 4127-Administration Series.]
Resolved That permission be and is hereby
tranted to Maximilian Herrmann, proprietor of the
Hong Kong Tea Company, to remove his steam
engine from No. 20 Camp street to No. 89 Canal
street, for the purpose of grinding and roasting
coffee, revocable at the pleasure of the Concl[.
Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or
leans, September 18, 1877.
ED. PILSBURY, Mayor.
A true copy;
Thueo. . RAPIEn, Secretary.
MAYORALTY or NEw ORLEANs,
City Hall, September 20, 1877.
[No. 4128-Administration teries.]
Whereas, The people of New Orleans feel a
deep interest in the importance of the early con
struction of the New Orleans Pacific Railway, to
connect this city with Shreveport, Louisiana, and
Marshall, Texae; therefore, be it
Resolved, That we, the Mayor and Administra.
tors of the city of New Orleans. do hereby cor
dially recommend that the Representatives of the
State of Louisiana in the Congress of the United
States, at Washington, do earnestly support and
w aldtdhe passage of the Texas and Pacific Railway
bill, provided the New Orleans Pacific Railway,
which has been in continuous course of construe.
tion by the means of oar own people for a period
of over two years, and having the oonfidence of
the community, as the road entitled to govern
mental aid, be embraced in said Texas and Pa
cific bill, as the New Orleans branch of the Texas
and Pacific Railway.
Resolved further, That the Mayor be and is
hereby requested to send copies of this resola
.-".ion to our Representatives at Washington.
Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or
leans, September 18, 1877.
Yeas-Brown, Cavanso, Denis, Diamond, Ed
wards, MCaffrey.
ED. PILSBURY, Mayor.
, t os. 0o . RAPIER. Secretary.
AUCTION SALES.
By George Pearson.
ELEGANT FURNITURE. MIRRORS. CAR
PETS. DBAPERIES. SHADES. BOOKS.
PAINTINGS, ENGIRAVINGS.
BEDDING, ETC.
-Also
One of the Most Comploto Dental Omco and
Laboratory outfits In the city.
For sale at auction on actount of departure.
MY GEORGE PEARSON Auctloneer.--Offlce
o No. 0o Camp stret.--Will be sold on the
emses. No. 134 Canal street, between St.
ferlos and Carondelet streets, on WEDNES
Y. September 26. 1877. commencing at lo',
HE ENTIRE CONTENTS of said residence
dental office, embra ing many rare and
ptly articles. -Also
S-Also-
ONE FINE UPRIGHT PIANO. manufactured
'AIy loeberghB. Paris. costing $..
Terms-Cash. se21 Gt
J ,DICIIL RIi3MlatTMl 5ll ,,
AUvCtION SAL.S.
By C. E. G'rard.y.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
SILVER AND PLATED-WARE, STOCK OF
MATERIAL AND TOOLS OF THE SIL
VERSMITHING AND GILDING ESTAB
LISHMENT, MULE, ETC.
SUCCESSION OF THE LATE ADOLPHUS
HIMMEL
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 39,710.
BY C. E. GIBARDEY. Auctioneer-Ofiee No.
31 Camp street-SATURDAY, September 29.
1877 at 11 o'clock a, m.,, on the premises, Will be
sold at public auction, by virtue and in pur
suance of an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot,
Judge of the Second District Court for the parish
of Orleans, dated the 17th September and ren
dared in the above entitled succession, the fol
lowing described nropert. to wit
ALL THE STOCK IN TRADE comprising a
large variety of Silver and Plafed Ware, Silver
smithing and Gilding Material, Machinery.
Tools and Household Furniture contained in
the two-story brick store and dwelling 180 Poy
dras, between Baronne and Carondelet streets,
Also. one MULE.
Terms-Cash on the spot. se21 22 28 29
FINAL ADJUDICATION
-OFy
-or
IMPROVED FIRST DISTRICT PROPERTY,
On Basin, between Poydras and Perdido streets,
near the market.
SUCCESSION OF MARIA HAGEDOR, JOHN
Henry Wicke and David I'ortscner,
consolidated.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
BY C. E. GIRARDEY, Auctioneer-Ofi.ce No.
t31 Camp street-SATURDAY. October 13.
1877 at 12 o'clock min.. at the St. Charles Auction
Exchange in the rotunda of the St. Charles
Hotel, in this city, will be sold at public auction,
to the last and highest bidder, by and in pursu
ance of an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot,
Judge of the second District Court for the parish
of Orleans, dated Feb. 24. 186e, and a supple
mental order, dated April 2, 1877, and rendered
in the above entitled matter, the following de
scribed property, to wit
1. A CIRTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated
in the First District of this city. and in the
square bounded by Basin, Rampart, Poydras
and Perdido streets, designated on plan of L.
Pillse, dated February 16, 1832, as lot No. 11,
measuring 26 feet front on Basin street, the
same width in the rear by 61 feet 6 inches in
depth between parallel lines.
2 ALSO ANOTHER PIECE OR PORTION OF
GR.OUND adjoining the rear of said lot at the
side thereof towards ioydras street measuring
S5 feet front along the side of said lot No. 11, 29
feet 5 inches in width in the rear. a3 feet front
on the side towards Poydras street, and 32 feet 5
inches on the line towards Poydras street; to
gether with the improvements thereon, com
prising the two-story frame tenement house
No. - Basin street.
Terms-One-third cash on the spot, and the re
mainder atone, two, three and four years' credit
for notes specially secured by mortgage and ven
dor's lien on the property sold, bearing all the
usual clauses of eight per cent per annum in
terest from the day of sale until final payment,
five per cent attorney's fees in the event of suit
to enforce the payments; improvements to be
kept insured and the policy transferred to the
holders of the notes; and further to assume
the payment of the taxes due and exigible in
1877 and 1878 over and above the price of adjudi
cation.
Act of sale before W. H. Pascoe Esq., notary
public, at the expense of the purchaser.
Lu2125 s 815 22 29 06 18
.PRBOVED FOURTH DISTRICT PROlERTY,
FORMING THE CORNEB OF CHIPPEWA
AND SEVENTH STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF JOSEPH JOERGEB.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 28,732.
BY 0, E. GIRARDEY Auctioneer-Offcee No.
S81Camp street-SATURDAY, September 22,
1877, at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction
Exchange in the rotunda of the St. Charles
otel, in this city, will be sold at public auction,
y virtue and in pursuance of an order from
the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second Dis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans. dated the
eleventh of August, 1877. and rendered in the
above entitled succession, the following de
scribed property, to wit
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvements there
on, situated in the Fourth District of this city,
in the square bounded by Chippewa Jersey,
now Annunciation. Seventh and Eighth streetse
The said lot forms the corner of Chippewa and
Seventh streets; is designated by the No. 1 on
plan by W. T. Thompson, dated the ad kay,
1841. and measures at feet 4' inches front on
Chippewa street by a depth and front on Sev
enth street of 120 feet, between parallel lines.
Together with all the improvements thereon,
comprising a one-story frame building, in
which are a grocery store and dwelling desig
nated by the No. 489 Chippewa street.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUNID together
with all the buildings and improvements there
on, situated in the dlistrict and square as above
described. The said lot is designated by the
No. 2 on plan by W. T. Thompson dated ad of
May, 1841, and measures at feet 4'. inches front
on Chippewa street by 120 feet in depth, between
parallel lines. The improvements comprise a
two-story frame house, designated by the No.
491 Chippewa street.
Terms and Conditions-One-half cash on the
spot and for the remainder of the price, the
purchasers to furnish their three several notes,
divided tqually, for the interest of each of the
three minor children Joseph, Charles and Mary
Jonger, payable on their reaching their major
ity or emancipation. The said notes to be
secured by special mortgage and vendor's lieon
.on the property sold. bearing interest at the
rate of eight per ceht per annum from the day of
sale until final payment, with the usualclauses
of 5 per cent attorney's fees in event that the I
notes given for the credit portion should have to
be sued upon to enforce payment. The buildings
to be kept insured to the full amount of the
notes and the transfer of the policies of insur
ance by the purchasers to the vendors; and
further to assume payment of the taxes
due and exigible in 1878 over and above the
price of adjudication. Acts of sale at the ex
pense of the purchasers before John F. Coffey,
notary public.
aul8 25 set 8 1522
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE.
THE NEAT TWO-STORY FRAME DWELL
ING, WITH THREE LOTS. ON GALVEZ.
BETWEEN CANAL AND CUSTOM
HOUSE STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF THE LATE JOHN DURKIN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans-
No. -.
BY C. E. GIRARDEY, Auctioneer-Office No.
31 Camp street--SATURDAY, October 13,
1877, at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction I
Exchange, in the rotunda of the St. Charles
Hotel, 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 Dis
trict Court for the parish of Orleans, dated the
thirtih(th August. 1877. and rendered in the
above entitled succession, the following de
scribed lroperty, to wit-
THREE CEITAIN LOTS OF GROUND, situ
ated in the Second District of this city, and in
the square bounded by Canal. Galvez Custom
House and Johnson streets. The said lots are
designated by the numbers twenty-one, twenty
two and twenty-three. as per plan by A. d'Hem
mecourt. surveyor, dated the sixteenth of July, 1
1553. and deposited in the office of P. C. Cu- "
vellier. late a notary public in this city. The e
said lots measure as follows: Lot No. 21 has 28
fe t 6 inches front on Galvez street, by 118 feet c
1 inch in depth, between parallel lines; lot No. E
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 an Galvez street. by
a depth between parallel Ties of 130 feet. to- E
gether with all the buildings and improvements (
thereon, comprising a neat and comfortable two- t
story frame building, built retired from the a
street; kitchen, stables, etc., front and side gar- 1
dens.
Terms-Cash on the spot. The purchaser, in r
addition to the price of adjudication, to as- 1
sume the paymeatof the taxes due and payable a
in 1877 and 1878.
Act of sale before W. H. Pascoe. Esq., notary
public, at the expense of the purchaser. a
ses 15 22 29 o06 13
JmDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION ALE,
By C. E. GHrardey.
THREE CHOICE TWO STORY BRICK
STORES AND DWELLINGS COMBINED.
Forming the Northwest corner of Rampart and
Gravior streets.
SUOCCESSION OF THE LATE GEORGE C. C.
DAVIS. Sn.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 89,077.
BY C. E. GIRARDEY Auctioneer-Offlee No. 81
Camp street--SATIURDAY, October 0o, 1877,
at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction Ex
change, in the rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel.
in this city will be sold at public auction, by
virtue and in pursuance of an order from the
Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge for the Second District
Court for the Parish of Orleans, dated the 18 h
of SoptemberJ.77. and rendered in the above
entitled tuocebssion, the following described
property, to wit
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated
in the First District of this city and in the
square bounded by Rampart, St. John. now
pasin, Common and Oravier streets. The said
lot forms the northwest corner of Rampart and
Gravier streets, and measures 25 feet front on
Rampart street by a depth, between parallel
lines, of 112 feet and front on Gravier street, and
extending to an alleyway in the rear 10 feet 4
inches wide, common to this and the other con
tiguous property. Together with all the build
ings and improvements thereon, comprising
the substantially built two-story and attic
brick building, the lower portion used as a store
and the upper and rear arrengoments for dwell
ing with paved yard, cistern. etc., and designa
tod he No. 7 Rampart street.
2. ANOTHER LOT OF GRiOUND. situated in
the same district and square as above described,
measuring 25 feet front on Rampart street by
112 teet in depth, between parallel lines, and also
extending back on the alley in the rear. 10 feet 4
inches wide. Together with all the buildings
and improvements designated by the No. 74
Rampart street, and comprising a substantial
two-story and attic brick dwelling, containing
about twelve rooms, cistern paved yard. etc.
8. ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, situated in
the same district and square as above described,
and measuring 25 feet front on Rampart street
by a depth of 112 feet. between parallel lines, and
also extending back on an alley in the rear 10
feet 4 inches wide. Together with all the build
ings and improvements thereon, comprising a
two story and attic brick dwulling, designated
by the No. 7T Rampart street: it contains about
12 rooms, paved yard, cistern, etc.; near the Poy
dras and Pille markets and the centre of busi
ness, adapting these properties for either
dwellings or retail businees. The lonation and
substantial character of the improvements
merit the attention of capitalists seeking safe
and productive investment.
Terms and Conditions-Cash; 10 per cent of
the price of adjudication to be paid on the spot,
and the pulrchaser to assume over and above
the price the taxes for 1877, due and exigible in
1878.
Acts of sale at the expense of the purchasers
before Charles T. Honlat. Esq.. notary public.
e816 22 29 006 13 20
THE FRAME COTTAGE.
With Large Lot.
ON ST. MARY. BETWEEN ROUSSEAU AND
ST. THOMAS STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF THO8. McD. CONNOLLY.
Second DistrictCou for the Parish of Orleans
No. 37.248.
BY C. E. GIRARDEY Auctioneer-Office No.
81 Camp street-SATURDAY Soeptember 22,
1877. at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction
Exchange. in the rotunda of the St. Charles Ho
tel, 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. dated
the loth of August. 1877, and rendered in the
above entitled succession, the following de
A CE TAIN LOT OR PORTION OF GROUND
situated in the Fourth District of this city, and
in the square bounded by St. Mary.Fe iity,
Rousseau and St. Thomas (formbrly Fulton)
streets. The said lot is designated by the letter
"C " on plan by L. H. Pillie, surveyor, dated the
16th March, 1875 and measures 46 feet 7 inches 7
lines front on St. Marystreet by a depth between
parallel lines of 127 leet 10 inches 5 lines. To
sether with all the buildings and improvements
thereon, comprising a capacious and comfort
able double tenement frame cottage, etc., desig
nated by the Nos. 61 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 payment:
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
dit portion, and the policy transferred to the
holders of the notes, and to assumethe the payment
of the taxes on Said property due and exigible
in 1878. over and above the prices o adjudica
tion.
Act of sale before W. J. Castel, Esq., at the ex
pense of the purchaser. A deposit of ten per
cent in cash will be required at the moment of
adjudication. aul8 25 set 5 15 22
By Selle & Maloohee.
SUCCESSION OF JEAN MARIE DURAN.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 39,669.
BY SELLE & MALOCHEE-Armand Selle,
SAuctioneer-Office No. 50 Royal street
SATURDAY, October 20, 1577, at 12 o'clock m.,
at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange.
Royal street, between Customhouse and Canal
streets, will be sold at public auction, by virtue
of an order from the Hon. A. L. Tisso , Judge
of the Second District Court for the parish or
Orleans, dated September 15, 1877. the following
described property
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated
in the Faubourg Plaisance, in the Sixth Dis
trict, designated as lot No. 3 of square No. 5,
bounded by Toledano, Jersey and Laurel streets
and Louisiana Avenue, said lot measuring 32
feet front on Jersey street (now Annunciation)
by a depth between parallel lines of 100 feet 2
inches. Together with the buildings and im
provements thereon.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated
in the Faubourg Plaisance, in the Sixth Dis
trlct of this city, in square No. 5, bounded by
Jersey (now Annunciatl, n), Laurel, Toledano
and Louisiana Avenue, designated by No. 4 on
the original plan of the Faubourg Plaisance.
measuring 32 feet front on Jersey street (now
Annunciation) by adepth of 102 feet 10 inches,
between equal and parallel lines. Together
with all the buildings and improvements there
on.
3. A CERTAIN SQUARE OF GROUND, No.
227, bounded by Green, Madison, Cambronne
and Seventh streets, in the Seventh District,
measuring 30) feet by 301 feet; all of which
property is tully described in the inventory
filed. Together with the buildings and im
provements thereon.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
Acts of sale at the expense of purchasers, be
fore John F. Coffey, notary public.
s8o16 22 29 c6f 13 20
BUILDING LOTS ON CANAL STREET.
BETWEEN DORGENOIS AND BROAD
STREETS.
SUCCESSION OF ABRAHAM H. D'M3EZA.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 33.407.
BY BELLE & MALOOHEE-Armand Selle,
lAuctioneer-Office No. 50 Royal street-SAT
URDAY, October 20, 1877. at 12 o'clock m..at the
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
street, between Customhouse and Canal streets,
will be sold at public auction, by virtue of an
order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot. judge of the
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans,
dated September 11.1877, the following describ
ed property-
THE THREE SIXTEENTHS UNDIVIDED
SHARE AND INrEREST IN THRtEE LOTS
OF GROUND, situated in the square bounded
by Canal. Jaokson. Dorgenois and Broad streets
said lots being designated by the Nos. 17, 18 and
19, on a plan deposited among the archives of S. 1
Magner. notary public, as plan No. 77; said lots
measure, each, 37 feet front on Canal street by
159 feet to10 inches 4 lines in depth, between par
allel lines.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
Act of sale before N. B. Trist, notary public, E
at the expense of the purchaser.
so16 22 29 o06 13 20
JUDIOCIAL ADVERTISEMEITS.
AUCTION MALES.
By Hooy, Maoon & O'Connor.
DOUBLE COTTAGE ON CONRTANCE
STREET, AND LOTS ON BIENVILLE
STREET.
SUCCESSION OF MICHAEL, EGAN.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No, 89,010.
BY HOEY, MACON & O'CONNORB - Nicholas
J. Hoey, Auctioner--Office No. 11 Caron
delet street-On SATURDAY, Oetober 20, 177.
at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction
Exchange, by virtue of two orders of the hon
orable the Seoond District Court for the parish
of Orleans, dated respectively the 25th of No
vember, 1878, and 7th of August, 1877. will be
sold by public auction the following valuable
property, to wit
i. A LOT OF GROUND with all the improve
ments thereon in the Fourth Dis rit of this
city. desiunated as lot No. of the quare bound
ed by Constance, Magazine, Firr and -Seond
streets, measuring 31 feet 7 inches 4 lines front
on Conste nee street by 126 feet 6 inches in dept h :
the improvements thereon comprise a double
one-story frame cottage, with two-story kitch
en, cistern, slheds. etc., known as Nos. 421 and
4213 Constanee street.
2. FIVE LOTS OF GROUND, in the Second
District of this city, in the sequare bounded by
Bienville. Conti, iroad and White streets,
designated as lts Nos. 1 and 38 to 80. Lot No. i
forms the corner of Conti and White streets,
and measures :to feet front on Conti street by Ico
feet 3 inches 4 lines in depth and front on White
street: lot No. 33 forms the corner of Bienville
and White streets, and mcntasures 30 feet front
on Bie:,ville street by 102 feet 3 inches 4 lines in
depth and front on White street; lots Nos. 34.
35 and 3a adljoin acth other, anld measure each
32 feet front on White street by 150 feet in depth.
between parallel lines.
Terms of HSale--Cesh, and purchasers to as
sume payment of all taxes for the year 1477,
payatble in 1878.
Acts of sale at the expense of the purchasers,
before J,ohn Bendernawel, notary public.
8s20 29 o0eC 13 20
CENTRAL HOTEL AND BARROOM PROP
ERTY AT AUCTION,
Adjoining the St. Charles Theatre and the Phos
nix House, and near the Academy of Music.
Splendid front on St. Charles s'root, and great
depth of lot,
KNOWN AS MURPHY'S HOTEL.
SUCCESSION OF MICHAEL DOWNEY.
Second DistrictCourt for the Parish of Orleans
No. 28,730.
BY HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR--Nlcholai
- J. Hoey. Auctioneer-Office No.11 Caronde
let street-On SATURDAY. Meptember 2
1877, at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles
Auction Exchange, on St, Charles street
by virtue of an order of the honorable the Sec.
ond District Court for the parish of Orleans
rendered in the above entftled matter on the
ninth of July, 1877, will be sold by public auction
in the succession of Michael Downey. the fol
lowing valuable property to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OI GROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvementn
thereon, known as Murphy's Hotel. situated in
the First District.of this city of New Orleans, in
the square bounded by St. Charles (amp and
Poydras streets and Commercial Alley, meas
uring, in American measure, 50 feet front on
St. Charles street, by 1701 feet 10 inches 2 lines
in depth between parallel lines, bounded on the
side toward Poydras street by the property of
thu St. Charles Theatre. and on the other side
by the property on which stands the Phoenix
Houose.
Terms of Bale-One-third cash and the re
mainder on a credit of one and two years from
date of sale, in notes of'the purchasers, bearing
interest of eight per cent per annum from date
of sale until final payment, with the penal
clause of five per cent attorney's fees in event
of suit; the improvements to be kept con
stantly insured against the risk of loss or dam
age by fire and the policies to be transferred to
vendor or the holder of the notes; the whole to
be secured by special mortgage and vendor's
lien on the property sold, and the purchaser
to assume payment of all taxes on said prop
eity due and exigible in 1878.
Acts of sale at the expense of the purchasers,
before Winm. J. Castell. Esq.. notary public.
au28 sl 8 15 22 29
By Albert Paul.
GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Consisting of
PARLOR. BED AND DININGROOM FURNI
TURE, CROCKERY, GLASS AND PLATED
WARE, MIRRORS, SHADES. KITCHEN
STOVE, ETC.
SUCCESSION OF MRH. WIDOW C. A. BECKRO.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 39.724.
BY ALBERT PAUL, Auctioneer-Offile No. 78
Exchange Alley-On WEDNESDAY. Sep
tember 26. 1877, at 11 o'clock a. m., by virtue of
an order of the honorable A. L. Tissot, Judge of
the Second District Court for the parish of
Orleans, dated Septedmber 11. 1877, will be sold
at public auction, at the residence No. 510 Ram
part, between Felicity and St. Andrew streets
TIHE ENTIRE CONTENTS of said residence,
comnprising a general assortment of Parlor,
Bed and Diningroonm Furniture etc.
Terms-Cash in United States Treasury notes.
sell 22 26
I'EREMPTORY SALE AT AUCTION.
On Account of Departure,
--Of a
VALUABLE TWO-STORY FRAME RESI
DENCE.
On Calliope, between St. Charles and Carondo
let streets,
Near the new Masonic Temple and the Jewish
Synagogue.
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND NEAR TAN
GIPAHOA.
LOTS OF GROUND IN THE TOWN OF
TICKFAW.
BY ALBERT PAUL. AUCTIONEER-Office.
3- 8 Exchange Alley-On SATURDAY, Sep
tember 22, 1877. at 12 o'0lock m., at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange. on Royal. near Cus
tomhouse st, eet, will be sold at public auction
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, in the
square bounded by Calliope. St. Charles. Caron
delet and Delord streets, measuring 27 feet 3
inches 5 lines front on Calliope street by 101
feet 8 inches 2 lines in depth (English meas
ure). The improvements comprise that neat
two-story frame residence known as 175 Cal
liope street, having large rooms. splendidly
distributed. and near market church. etc.
2. A CERTAIN TRACT 01 TIMBER LAND.
near Tangipahoa, containing 229 95-100 acres,
situated near the Green'burg road.
3. EIGHTEEN VALUABLE LOTS OF
GROUND, in the town of 'ickfaw, parish of
Livingston, La.
Terms-One-third cash; balance at one and
two years' credit, s per cent interest, 5 per cent
attorney's fees, and all the other usual clauses.
Arts of sale at purc'haser's expense, before W.
L. I'oolr. notary public.
s8e 1I 22*
By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery.
COOK STOVES-COOK STOVES.
HARDWARE-HARDWAR E.
FUNITURE-FURNITURE-FUNITRE.
CONTENTS OF THE WELL STOCKED HARD
ware Store No. 253 South Rampart street,
near Julia.
SUCCESSION OF JAMES PAYNE THOMAS.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 309,57.
BY R. MI. & B. J. MONTGOMERY-- MR. M.ont
Lgomery, Auctioneer-Will be sold on MON
DAY, September 24, 1877. at 11 o'clock, at above
mentioned place by virtues and pursuant to an
order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans,
dated september 10, 1877
THE CONTENTS OF SAID HARDWARE
STORE; also, one lot of general Household
Furniture.
Terms-CaSh before delivery, sel2 13 23 24
JUDICIAL ADVERTIUIZNTS.
AUCTION RALEC.
By Placd. a. Spear..
OPEN ACCOUNTS, CREDITS, ETC.
SUCCESSION OF MRS. JEANNE A. DUFOUR.
WIDOW OF JEAN CAZEAUX.
Second District Oourt for the Parish of Orleans
No. as8,92.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office,
No. 46 Royal street--SATURDAY, Sep
tember 29, 1877, at 10 o'clock a m. will e sold
at public auction at 48 Royal street, between
Bienvllle and Customhouse 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 17,
1877, for account of said succession
SUNDRY OPEN ACCOUNTH, CIEDITS, etc.,
as per inventory on 1ilo in the Second District
Court for the parish of Orleans.
Terms--Uash. els 2225 29
HORSE, BUGGY, BREAD WAGON. FOUR
WHEEL WAGON, IHARNESS, BAKERS'
IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNI
TUIE, .ETC.
SUCCESSION OF JOHN KR(HN.
Second District Coun t for the Parish of Orleans
No. 39,642.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office
No. 46 Hoyal street-SA'T'URDAY. Hoptember
29, 1877, at 10! o'clock a. m . will be sold at puitbl i
auction, at No, 15 Roman street, between Canll
and Customhouse, by virtue and in tursunnee
to an order from the lion. A. L, Tissot Judglet
of the Socond District Court for the pslrish ,of
Orleans, dated Septemer 14, 1877, for account
of said succesion. to wit
ONE BAY HIIOSE.
ONE BUGGY,
ONE BREAD WAGON
ONE FOUR-WHEEL WAGON
ONE LOT BAKERI' IMPLEMENTS
ONE LOT IHOUSEHOLD FUitNITURE. etc.
Terms-Cash on adjudication. 8e18 22 25 29
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPETY
on Rampart street, between Euterpe and Feli
city streets. First District,
SUCCESSION OF AUGUST STRATMYER.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 37.570.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAJI, Mctioneer-Office
S46 Royal street-SATURD'Y, 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 street', by virtue and in pursuance
to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot, judge of
the Second District Court for the parish of
Orleanis, dated August 4, 1877. for account of
said succession
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings rights, lmpr vements ways, etc. to
the same belonging, in the First Districi of this
city in the square bounded by Euterpe, Felici
ty, Rampart and Basin streets, having 31 foot 5
inches front on Rampart street by 94 feet 11
inches 6 lines In depth, between parallel lines,
English measure, being the greater part of the
lot flgured by the No. 4 on the p:an of square
No. 8, made by J. Pill", surveyor, n.econd Muni
cipality, on the 20th of July, 18io. in the records
of A. Mazureau, then a notary in this city, and
isthe same lot the deceased purchased from
Mrs. C. 8. 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 kirch
en with six rooms and two cabinets, privies,
cistern etc.
Terms-Cash on adjudication.
Act of sale before Theodule Buisson Esq.,
notary public, at the expense of the purchaser,
aul8 25 s'+1 8 15 22
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON BAR
RACKS STREET. BETWEEN MIRO AND
TONTI STREETS, SECOND DISTRICT.
SUCCE88ION OF IGNACE FERNANDEZ.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 89.675.
]Y PLACIDE J. SPEAR Auctioneer-Office
B No. 46 Royal street-SAATURDAY. October 6,.
1877, at 12 o'clock m.,' will be sold at public auc
tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, on Royal street, between Canal and
Customhouse street., 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 September. 1877, for
account of the above succession, the following
described property, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in
Faubourg Treme of this city, in the seluare
bounded by Barracks. Hospital, Miroe and Tonti
streets, birin part of lot No. 17, on a plan of
Bringier, of November 4, 1843, and annexed to
an ac't dated third June. 1844, before C. Pollook.
notary publiec said lot haying. American mtas
ire 30 feet front on Barracks street by 125 feet
in depth, together with the buildings and im
provements thereon.
Terms and C'onditions-One-half (ash on the
spot: the balance at twelve and eighteen
months' credit in notes of the purchaser, to
bhear interest at the rate of tight per cent per
annum from the dlate of adjudication, and to hbe
secured by vendor's privilege and special mort
gage on the property, with the usual clauses
relative to insurance, and five per cent attor
ney's fees in case of suit on the notes. All taxes
exigible in 1878 to be paid by the purchaser,
over and above the price of adjudication.
Act of sale before Theo. Buisson, notary pub
lic, at exptense of purchaser.
s.5 12 19 26 lot3 6
SPLENDID 'IROIPERTY ON DELORD
STREET, BETWEEN FRANKLIN AND
RAMPART STREETS, FIRST DISTRICT.
SUCCESSION OF PETER WERCKLE.
Second District Court for th e Parish of Orleans
No. 37.337.
B Y PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office
No. 46 Ioyal street-SATURDAY, October
6,1877, 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
Customhouse strtots, by virtue and in pursu
ance to an order from the HIon. A. L. Tlssot.
Judge of the Second District Court for the
parish of Orleans, dated August 31. 1877. for ac
cou nt of said succession, the following described
property, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon, situatted
in the First District of ihis city, in the square
bounded by Delord, Franklin, Rampart and
Euphrosine streets designated as lot No. 6, on
a plan drawn by Zlmpel on the 7th of April.
1832, deposited in the office of H. B. Cenas. th n
notary: said lot measllrine, in American meas
ure., 25 feet front on Delord street by 10ts feet in
between parallel lines.
Terms-Cash on adjudlcation.
Act of gale before 'iheodule Buisson, notary
public,. at the expense of the purchaser.
se4 11 18 25 op2 6
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY. COR
NER OF ST. ANTHONY AND CELESTINE
STREETS. THIRD DISTRICT.
SSUCCESSION OF MARGARETHA KLEIN.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 39.290.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR. Auctioneer-Offlce
B 46 Royal street-On SATURIDAY, October 6,
1877, at 12 o'clock rn.. will be sold at public auc
tion. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change. on Royal street, between Canal and
Customhouse streets. ty virtue and in pursu
ance to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot,
Judge of the Scecond District Court for the par
ish of Orleanns, dated August 31, 1877, the fol
lowing described property, for account of the
abovhe su(cession, to wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, with
the buildings and improvements thereon, sit
uated in the Third District of this city. in the
square bounded by St. Anthony, Celestine,
Genius and Bagatell. streets, measuring 191
feet 10 inches 6 lines front and depth on
Celestine street and l0o feet 6 inches 2 lines
front and depth on bt. Anthony stre.-t. between
parallel lines, as per sketch of E. Pilie, archi
tect, dated 231 of June, 1877.
Terms and conditions-One-half cash on the
spot, the balance on a credit of one year for
notes bearing special mortgage and vendor's
lien and privilege and interest at the rate of 8
per cent per annum: the purchaser to assume
the payment of the city and State taxes for the
year 1877. payable in 1878.
Act of sale before 31. T. Iiocros. notary public,
at the expense of the purchaser.
Eel 11 18 25 i oc 6
MEBORHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANBUO IO
PANY OF NEW OBLEAN] ,
14 ..............Caual Street ...........1...4
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL STATEMEN..
In conformity with the i.uifrements of their
charter, the Oompany publish the following
statement:
Premiums received during the year ending
May 81, 1877, including unearned preminum
of the previous year
Onr Fire Risks...................... $Swgu, 0
On Marine Risks.................... 29418 a
On River Risks..................... ,f" ,r
Total Premiums................. $411.449
Less Unearned Premiums...... 118,110 .
Net Earned Premiums May 81,
1877.................... OO*28.0$4
Losses paid
On Fire Risks.............117,867 9e
On Marine Risks.......... 17,062 50
On River Risks............ 8,0e 77
Taxes and expenses, less
interest.............. 28,*98 m
Reinsurances and Re
turned Premiums.... 16.104 c- $188,01 4
Profit ..................... ... 110,02 1
The Company have the following assets:
Real Estate........................... $289,0o9 4
City Bonds ............................ 110,419 g9
Bank. Rallrrad and other Stooks
and Mortgage Bonds ............ 19 ,28M
Notes secured by mortgage........ 214,042 0
Notes secured by plodge............ pd,eo7 97
Bills receivable ..................... 7.164 19
Premium in course of collection.... 49,087 98
Cash on hand........................ 77,007 51
Total............................. 1.026.844 is
The above statement is a just, tfue and cor
rect transcript from the books of the Company
PAUL FOUBCHY. President.
G. W. Norr, Secretary.
BTATS or LOUIIANA,
Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans.
Sworn to and subscribed before me the sem*
enth day of tune. 1877. JAMES FAHET,
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 81.1877, payable on the third
Monday of July next.
Also, to pay to the Stockholders, on demand
interest at the rate of five per cent per annum
on their stock.
DIBSIrOBs :
P. rMas ro Hy. Beebe.
D. A. Chaffratx. E. Toby,
P. Fourchy. J M Alen
S. Z. Relf, M. w. Smith.
Charles Lafitte, D. Fatjo.
jeo if 1. J. Fernandez.
TWhNITYEIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
-OF T --
ROBESENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANT
NEW O.Eaxns, May 19.1877.
The Trustees, in conformity with amended
charter, submit the following statement of the
affairs of the company on the 80th of April, 1s87t
Fire premiums .............188,06e8 61
Marine premiums.......... 29,315 95
River premiums.......... 81..24 86
Earned premiums, less re
insurance and return pre
miums.................... M..61U 1
Losses paid and estimated,
including all known and
unpaid, say:
Fire losses.. ...... 657,5 60
Marine losses..... 7,286 41
River losses....... 26.510 90
-----=100.181 S1
Taxes, expenses,
discount in lieu
of participation.
etc.... ...........$51,892 s8
Less rents, salv
age savings. etc. 11,766 72
- $40,125 6 $140,257 O
Gross profits.......................... ...78 06
Of which sa6.5.7t a is appropriated to balance
of interest and liquidation of doubtful assets.
The company have the following assets
Bills receivable..............68.648 88
Loans on Bonds and Mort
gage......................... 95.,948
- 6 124,691 70
Loans on call..........$74.554 15
Cash ...... .... ...... 63.846 71
---- 158,400 81
City Bonds .................. 72,06 00
Bank and other Stocks...... 73,4.15
Real Estate .................. 189.644
Premiums in course of Col
leotion and Suspense Ac
count ...................... 83.415 94
Total assets............ 81,428 79
The above statemenL is a true and correct
transcript from the books 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. KLEINPETEB,
Notary Publlo,
The Board of Trustees this day resolved, th
after paying the annual dividend of TEN
CENT Canital Stock of Com pany. that adividen
of TWENTY PER CENT in cash be paid on
MONDAY. June 11, to those parties entitled to
receive the same.
Thos. A. Adams. Pred'k Camerden
Sam'l B. Newman. J. L. Harris,
Sam'l H, Kennedy. Andcewatewart.
John Phelps, Joseph Stone,
Adam Thomson, George Martin.
Henry Abraham, Alfred Moulton.
Victor Meyer, L. C. Jurey,
Edward J. Gay. Edward Nalle,
Joseph Bowling. Geo. W. Sentell.
Simon Hernsheim, A. Levit
ilmon Forcheimer, Wm. H. Matthews,
Jos. 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.
my22ly
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY.
Pald Up Capital, $SN35* .
FROM THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAl
STATEMENT FOR 1876.
Net annual earned pre
miums and Discounts
and Interest........... IM$4
Losses. Expenses. Taxes,
eRtC..........-........ 17t 6
Reserved fund sicwoo. Aind
Dividend on eptltal 10
per cent .................4 147--=,7
Net Prodt............... 7. 111
Assets of the w.,apany sr
timated at their .-.
market value:
Stocks Bonds. Loans ax. I
Billsleceivable ..---. 16.166
Oash on hand and :,rntl
ums in oouase of .o)he
tion.----............-------- .. . Is
Dividend paid On sto-k ten per n tier an
num, and on a? ati.g poOie s twenty per
Gent. payable in ýw.
This old and ule companl is issuing po
cies on Firet, R ran, Marine risks on the ma
favorable terms All losses promptly adijed
and settled upot liberal ternms at their o.,o
s52 Camp street. JAMUL DAY
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