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CITY COUNCIL--OFFICIAL.
SPECIAL MEETI G.
OtTr HALL6 NNw OLrAtNs, I
Monday, October 1. 1877.
TIN Council met this day at 1 o'olock m. in
speelal sesiton.
SPresent-lRon. Ed. Pdibury, Mayor, presiding,
and Administrators Brown, Cavanac, Deals and
Diamond.
Cemmunlcatiens.
The following meseage from the Mayor was
eal, reClived and ordered spread on the min*
ales.
MAYORALTY or New ORLEANs,
y o ty Hall, O'tlher 1, 1877.
To the City Councoll:
I have convened you to special session to-day
fir lhe purpose of oomennloating the unesl
pea4 tidimags of the death of one of our best and
gfest elttsene, George Jonas, Esq., late presi.
iLest of the Usala Dank.
As eee of the sil oomrniselonere aspointed
the set of the Legislature of 1876, pro.
for the adjustiuent of the oity debt he
mysoeidered as holding eo near a relaion
lo e ay government as to form a part thereof.
Ia that oapaoity he was ever ready with his
advice and oo-operation to aid in the re
ment of city lnuances on a sound and
a.ses basis.
I as seemed to me to be appropriate that the
IeMO of Ibis good man and vaiable citizen sheuld
telve a proper notice et your hands.
ED. PIL4BURY, Mayor.
a Ieonseetton with the foregoing, Mr. Cavanao
Nibsed the following resolution, which was unan
iaesly adopted:
Whereas, the City Council of New Orleane have
earmed with profound regret of the demise of
Osr e Jonas, Req., a gentleman whose integrity
et high attainments as a business man, and
whose sxalted virtues and works of charity had
endeared him to the entire community; be it
Resoloed, That the Giy Conncil proceed in a
body this afternoon to the residence of the de.
puted, to attend the obsequies of our lamented
e4sn.
On motion of Mr. Cavanao they were ordered
Spread on the minutes and a copy sent to the
&mily of the decesased.
T-hBWenoii then a tjourned.
THOI. G. R4PIER, Seoretary.
CITY ORDINANCES-OFFICIAL.
MAYOaALTY or NEW ORLEANs,
City Hall, October 1, 1877.
[No. 4140--Administration Series ]
Whereas, by section 12 of ordinance No. 8121,
as amended by ordinance No. 8148, Administra
Ma4 Series, it is made the duty of the lessee of
the wharves and levees to keep always in good
order and repair the wharves, levees, bulkheads,
ode.: therefore, be it
iesoloed, That the Oity Surveyor be and he is
hereb instructed to issue orders to said lessee to
lately repair the bulkheads in the Third
Dtrio, from the lower cotton press to Piety
Street; and in case of refusal on the part of said
lessee to make said work and repairs, to have
the same made forthwith at the expense of the
said leeee, as per section No. 14 of the above
aeutlened ordinance.
Adopted by the Conncil of the ilty of New Or
lesas, September 20, 1877.
ED. PILSBUBY, Mayor.
A true copy:
Txos. 0. RAriEn, Becretary.
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUCTION SIALEM.
By Placide J. Spear.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY
On Rampart street. between Euterpe and Fe
linity streets, First District.
SUCCBSSION OF AUGUST STRATMEYER.
$eoond DistrictCourt for the parish of Orleans
No. 37,570.
'UlT PL ACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer--Omiee
.N to oyal street-MONDAY November 5.
,at 12 o'clock m.. will be sold at public aue
at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, St.
W es street. between Common and Gravier
,by virtue and in pursuance to an order
frm the Hon. A. L. Tissot. Judge of the Second
triet Oourt for the parish of Orleans, dated
Anaust 14 5877. for account of said succession
A OEM!YAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all t!e
L' ildings rights, improvements, ways. et'-.. to
eosame belonging. in the Fitst District of this
aity, i the square bounded by Enterpe, Fe
licity. Bampart and Ba in streets thdving 31 feet
bhe. 6 lines in de(th, betheen parallel lines,
glush measure, being tF greater part, of the
figured by the No ' on the plan of s( dare
mae by J. PilI surveyor. Second Aunt.
, on the ot+ of July. 1840, in the reaelfd5
o * laaureau *,ten a notary in this, it and
the same i the dereased purlhaptl from
re. C. S. id e. eeember 2, 15 per act
o're W(.lter alicks Peters. notary oiW'e c.
h nnprovoenents consist irn (, two-story
4....h .use. double t."nnment 'having four
loms to each tenanent. front iefnt rea r vgf((t
zee. comnmon allteyway, t.' ).sto~ry trame
kioben with s(ix roomy in tw9 nios
privies, cistern. etc. m w a~ns
Terms-Cash on adjudlie on.
Act of sale before TfoileBso.Eq,
notary tuhi , ((, +the odu('l~e of then puc(Er.,
02 9 1023 30 nfi e
PURNiTUItE. c. LD SPECTACLES, ETC.
SUCCESSION/ OF REBECCA W. HUNTER.
Second DlstrIjct Court forthe Parish of Orleans
* J No. 39,701,
ID .SPEAR, Aitet oneer-Offlee
o E J.SER AcinerOfc4 Royal street-SATURtDAY, 0O
__ 1877, at11e o'clock a. m., will te solda
publle auction at No. 40 Royal street. between
enville and Customhouse streets. by virtue
in pursuance to an order from the Hon.
STissot, Judge of the Second District Court
for the parlsh of Orleans. dated September 29.
137 for atccount of alld suceession
ONE LOT OF FURNITURE, GOLD SPEC.
-ACLES. ETC.
Terms-Cash. 002 9 13
MOST VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY
ON VILLERE STREET.
Between Ursulines Street and Bayou Road.
MARIE EUGENIE DOLLIOLE. WIDOW. ETC..
ET AL. VS. MINOIS BRUbLE.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans.
No. 39.773.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR. Auctionenr-Offlie,
BNo. 45 Rtoyal street-SATUlRDAY. Novem
er 3, 1877. at. 12 o'clock m.. will be sold at pub
oic auction at the St. Charles Auction Exchange.
basement rotunda ot the St. Charles Hotel, on
At. Charles street. between Gravier and Coin
bon streets, by virtue and in thursuane t(iten
ardtrefrom the Hon. A. L. Tissot, jidgn of the
Ilertond Di~t Ctoirt for the parish oIf Orleans.
dated October 1. 1877. and ai judgment retidorel
and sigend Sb te ldthr 1f, le77. the following
" described pro (t(' rty. to wit
A CERTAIN LofT OF GROUND, with the
buldins and improvetnens thlereonf shituate
In the Fauleuzrg Trefne of this city, in the
equare bounded by Vnillore, Ursulines and
rIobertson streets and the Bayoi road. desig
5~ted by the No. 14t. measuring to feetq front on1
v tlrerestret by It (itlth of 57 festii inIes on n
the line dividing it towards Bayou rolad fr In
lot No 19 aN feet 2 inches on the line dividing it
towards aJreoines .treat romi It No. 17. and
51 feet 9Inches in width ont te rear line.
Terms and Conditi 'na-One-hattf cash: the
balance on a derpsit of one velr for note heauring
dpeaial mortgante and vendtors ien and privi- '
e with eSal t per cent D. terest per annum
ro n, date until taio; the cluhse of five per cent
>frattorney's fees in eaec of judiudidl procued
lags to recover payment of said notes or any
portion thereof; the prettises to he kept in- f
saied. and policy tranfs rred. ed all other
1ajuf lausos. Tne purchaser will be reqtuird 8
to make a deposit~ of ten per cenut . en the amount
adjudication at the moment of sate.
Art of sale before F. D. Segheos. notary pub- a
lie, at the expense of the purchaser4
0c29512330 nos 5
PHILIP HIRSCHE, 81
50. 52, 54, 56.58 and 60 North Peter street. Bi
'Nanufattory--Corner St. Louis and Miro streets, is
Re -~l s iemp for sale chiew sre Hoghead anlid Bar.e 01
g~i~oesi'a ne ua ogle ,Moassc
AUCrION NALW.
3 PlaMd. J. Spe.w.
IMPROVED AND VACANT PROPERTIES.
BUCCESSION OF MRS. E. P. MACIAB.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 31.2)8).
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR Auctioneer-Of
Blin 4o Royal street-AOn MI)NDAY November
t, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. will be soli at pubic
auction at the St. Charl"s Auction Exchange on
Mt. Charles street, betweon Common and (ra
vier streets, by virtue and in pursuance to an
order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot. Judge of the
Mecond DIs'rict Court. tor the parish of Orleans
dated September 24. 1877. for account of said
succession, the following described properties.
to wit
1. A LOT OF GROUND, together with the
buildings and inprovements tb`reon, situated.
Ing and being in the Toird District of this
uy In the square hounded by Enghlin. Crns,.
Oreatmnn and Poet streets, mneasuring to feet
front o e(reps street by 5o feet in depth.
2. A LO' OFP GROUND, situated in the Fau
bourg#t.Johnofthisftyuth nWuaro hnded
by Fifth, Sixth. St. .John and Washington
streets, designated as lot No. 9 of square No. iN
on a plan drawn by C. Giroux on the twentieth
of April, 1873, deposited in the oftlce of A. Chi
apelli, late a not Pry In this city, in his book of
plans as plan No fs; which lot measures an.
cording to said plan, 32 feet 4 inches 3 lines
front on Mt. John street by 128 feet 11 inche+ 4
lines in depth, b tween arallei lines. Be
tag the same acquired by the said Mrs.
Macias by urehase from Widow A. P. Bier, as
per ant before A. Barnett, notary, dated the
fourth of If ru, 1873.
a. FOURTEEN LOTS OF GROUND, situated
in the First District of this oity, In the st u ire
bounded by Genois, Clark, Betdin and De'H
mecourt streets, designated by the Nos. 1 to 14
Inclusive, on a plan by A. Castaing, dated the
twenty-seeond of January, 1802, having the fol
lowing dImensions, to wit: Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4,
r each 27 feet t inches 4 tines tront on laudin
street by 10s feet 10 inches I line in depth; lot
No. I forming the corner of Baudin and Clark
streets. Lots Nos. 6,7, 8 and 9 are key lots and
measure esch 2v feet 6 inches front on Clark
street by 138 feet 6 inches 4 lines in depth. Lots
Nos. t0 11, 12. 13 and 14 measure etch 27 feet 8
inches 4 lines front on h2'Ilernecut slt reet by
Itt) feet lo inchius 1 line in tieptht lot No) 4 form
tn g the cornerof d'Hemeourt and Clerk streets.
--Beithe nsame Aviuir'd hy the Fad Mistress
Maclas by purchase from widow Nicolas 8cmidt.
as per act before Robt. .1. Ksr, n'tary, dated the
twentyOsixth Meptember 187), registered in the
Conveyances Otffe book 899 r.1ito 112.
4. A CEW'TAIN SMIUAKBE OF GROUND in the
First District of this city, designattd by the No,
117, bounded by Hagan Avenue.Clark, Common
and d'Hemecourt strees. Maid square Is tom
uosed of fourteen lots numbered from I to 14
nclusive, and measures 281 feet 7 inches In
front on Common street, 277 feet 1 inch 1 line
front on d'Hemecourt street. 1211 feet 8 Inches 6
lines front on Hagan Avenue, as per plan of L.
H. Pubi, rtirveyor, dated the fifteenth of D',eem
ber 1849, deposited in the of 'e of Robt. J. Ker
notary. Being the some acquired by the said
Mrs. Macias by purchate from Octave Anfaux.
as per act before the said notary, l1,tt .1, Ker,
dated the sixteenth drty of May 1871, Convey.
anes Offic., book 99 toiti 582,
5. A SQUARE O( GROUND, together with
the improvements, in the First District, of this
city, designatud ty the No 114, býtindcd by
B~ank. Jttudin Genois andi Clark streets, as per
plan of A. d'iemecourt, dated the sixteenth
of February, Is49. subdivided into twenty-two
Iota, numbered from Ito 22 incluslve. Being
the same acquired ty the said Mts. Macias by
purchase from Mr. Octave Anflux, as per att
blefore RoItl~e J.. Her, noltary ruttedl the twelfth
dey of June, 1871 registered ir he Conveyances
Ofli ce book 11)0 folio 11)1.
6. tdEVENTEEN LOTS OF GROUND, to
gethur with all the btaitlings rnul improvementts
therlton, situated in the First District of this
city, designated by the Nos. Ito 17 inclusive. of
1 Hoare No. lift, whIch Is tollnded ty Commnon.
ti Hemecoourt, (*enots and Clark streets, accotrd
ing to a plan drawn by G. F. Dunbard, latted the
twelfth of De'Intmber. 1848, and to a copy therelf
made by A. dHemecottrt, on the sixteenth ol
February, 149, tboth of which art deposited In
X M"LY, lea'W, corn1 01 Wflut'r art deposited In
triooffice of Jules Mossy, late a notary In I his
< e- cty. The said lots of ground measurIng as
follows: Lots Nos. 1, 2, 7 and 8 cabh 34 feet. 5
inches front on d'Homnecourt street: lots Nos.
R.:t and 6 each 34 feret 7'S Inches front on the same
street; lots Nos. 4 and 5 each 34 feet 7 inches
front on the same street. harl lots from I to
I measure each los feet deep; lot, No. 5 34
feet 8 Inlhes in width. In the roar.
Lot No. 6 the same width in the rear. Lot No. 7.
Lee 4 feet 7 inches In width In the rear. Lot No, 1
5. forming the corner of d'Hemecourt and Gonols
it- streets; No.. forming th"' corner of d'Hemi,.
St court and Clerk streets. Lets Nos. 9 to 16, in
or elusive, frutning the whole front of Common
er street- No.9 formIng the corner of Common
3d Ines C(ark streets on which last street It meaur
ed ot } eet 7 tinch7 lines depth and front; lot
la140 frig the corner of Common and
.n Genols streets, on whIch last street It measures
to 1261 feet 9 inches 4 lInes depth antd front. Lots
Is Nos 9he i1 and 12 betng ounded by lots Nor
`s 6, 7 atnd s Itn the3 rear, ant lots Nos. 1:t to 16. In:
et elusive, boundlta by lot No. 17 in the rear. Salt
11 lot IAo. 1,7 measures :14 ft et 7 inches front
'"on ()Patios street. by 138 fret 6 Inittes
re deev-, tie said seventeen lots of groutid form
ring the whole of said square No. tie. Being the
same acquired by the said Mrs. Ma by pit
chase from John H. O'Connor as ter act tcfore
id K. Magner, lat." notary in this cIty dated the
rn sixth deve of .orii tscs registered in Convey
tatn'tes Office, boo Siti3, folIo 29)3,
Terms and Conditions- One third cash, the
ry hilaret on one and two years credit on note
ir bearing speliel mortgagean I vendor's lien and
Id privilege, with eight per cent Interest per an
t" unm irom date of adjudica ion till p/itt, the
e ause of live per cent for attorney s fees in can
of suit for the recov ry of payment of said notes
or any portIon thereof, and all other usual
1.* clautes. Pitreitasers will et tegoired to mtike a
r. deposit of ten per tent on the amrunt of adju
dieition at the moment of sale.
Acts of sale before Arnuoee Dueati'l, notary
pbilic, at the expense of the purchastrs,
0c2 9 111 23 3t noi
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY, ON
CONGRESS STREET, THIRD DISTRICT.
. PROMISSORY NOTE,
SUCCESSION OF JOSEPH WILD.
"t
Second District. Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. 39.691.
SDY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, AUCTIO FER
' Office No. 46 Royal street-S xTURDAY
October 20. 1877, at 12 o'clock m. will be
sold at public auction, at the Mllerchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, on Royal stri et.
between Canal 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 Septem
t. her 15. 1877, the following described properties,
for account of above suietssion
1. TVO LOTS OF GROUND, shunted in
Suburb Washingtton. in the t hird District otf
this city, in the squtre bounded by Levee. In
udeptnence. Casa'alvo and Congress streets,
designated by the Nos. 17 and 20, on a plan
drawn by Allou d'Demetrourt. engineer, on
- January 17, 1848, deposited in the ottlct of C.
Itoudousquie, then notary; said lots adtoin
each other. measuring each 31 fl't 7 inches 4
lines front on Congr ss street by a depth of is
feet 9 inches 6 lint's, h. twoen parallel lines. to
gttlter with the ltuitttings and improvements
thereon, To'ethtr with 27 "hart's. rn uced to
25 shares, of Ott10 . eaci. in the capital sto k of
I i" Citizens' Bank of Louisiana, standing on
saidpop rtv.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situatedi
in the Third District of this 'ity, in the squire
bounded by Chartres (atei Moreau), Royal, Con
gross and Independence streets. d signated by
the No. 3. on a plan matte by Louis H. P.Ie
City Surveyor. tdated May 3i l:it, and deptsited c
in the olik'."of Chtis. E. F~ortier. then ntotary, as
toan No. 73, of book of plans No, me ticcording
feet 7 inches front otn (omgress stree't by a tdepth
of 98 feet!) inches, bet we'n parallel line", and
forming the corner of Chartres (late Moreau)
and Congress st' ets.
3. A CERTAIN PROMISSORY NOTE, sub
seribel by John Tay or. Oct. her 15. 1860., for s-. A
Terms and Conditions-For the pro perty
flrs'ly described, the purchaser to furnish a e
stock note in favor of the Citizens' Bank of Q
Louisiana of $24:3, payable on the first day of
May. 1875, fixed or renewc.ble in conformi'y
with the terms of the chirter -f said bank, and
also to asaum"t all te i obligations and respon
sibiliti's of a stock-bolder of the Clitiztn ' A
Bank. the stock note to be furnished to be
Identified with the act of mortgage and
sale of propernty and bank stoik of the
t hiiizus' Bunk of I ulsiana by the Lev' e
.St'amn Cotton Press Company. befo e Ch urles
Bsutiossquie nonary public, An the 15th Marces, R
1849, and the balance of price cash on adjudiha- is
lion. For the oropertysecondlydescribed cash in
on adluditation. For the promissory note, lit
cash on adjudication. fo
-A tim4 o1 saki eiforcs A. D, 1iorIoouit. It" lb
notary public, at the ex1tpensle O the pir rhe~, so
JUDICIAL ADV TISMNTS.
AUeCTIT sALm.
By Placid. J. 3pear.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PBOPERTY,
,- Corner of -
DUMAINE AND TREME 8TREETS. SECOND
DISTRICT.
SUCCESSION OF FRANCOIS LACROIX.
Second District Con' t for the Parish of Orleans
No. 38,077.
BT PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office
No. 4t Royalstreet-On SATURDAY, Novem
ber l, 1877, at 12 o'clock a.m., will be sold at public
auction, at the St.. Charles Auction Exehangg,
basement rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, on
St. Charles striet. between Gravier and Com
mon streets, by virtue and in tursuaneo to
an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot. Judge
of theoScond District Court for the parish of
Orleans. dated Moptember 28. 1877. for account.
of the above succession, the following described
property, to wit
1. A CI.R rAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
with ail the buildings and improvements
thereon, situated in the Suburb Treme, -eottd
District of this city, in the square bounded by
Tremne, Dumaine, lt. Ann and St Claude streets
designated by the No. 4 in sunar" No. 137; said
lot measuring x3 feet2 Inches 4 lines front on
Dumaine street. by 122 feet 8 inches c lines in
depth and front on Treme strect. of which it
forms the corner. Acqutred June s, 1802; regis
te red in book 87. folio 451.
Terms and conditions-One-half cash andt tue
balance on a credit of onti year for note e-arin ig
special mortgage and vendor's lion and privi
loge on the property sold. bearing 8 per
cent interest per annum from date till
paid, the clause of 1 per cent for at
torney's foes in case of judiclal procetelings
to recover payment. of said notes. or any por
tion thtereof, the property to be insured for an
amount to be tlxed by the administrator. and
policy transferred to the holder of totes, and all
tax's payibti in 1the year 1878 to be as4ttm tI by
purchaser over intt above prine of atltdjica
tion, and all other usual elauses. Tht pur
ehatter will Io retjuired to make a deposit of 1t
per centon the amount of adttli'lat ton ati the
moment of s do.
Act of sale before 0. Morel. Ei., notary pub
lic, at the expense of purchaser.
012 9 10 23' i no3
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY, COR
NEiR OF ST,ANTHONY AND flELESTINE
STREETS. THIRD DISTRICT.
SUCCESSION OF MARGARETHA KLEIN.
Second District Court for the parish of Orleans
No. 39,2181.
BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR Auctioneer-Office
16 Royal street-On SATIURDAY, October 0,
1877, at 12 o'clock in., will be sold it philc auce
tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change. on Royal street, between Canal and
Customhousestreets. by virtue and-In pursu
anco to an order from the Hon. A. L. I'issot.
Judge of the Second District Court, for the par
ish of Orleans, dated August 31. 1877. the foi
lowingdeseribed property, for atiount of the
above sueeession, to wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, with
the buildings atn improvements therton, sit
uated in the Third District. of this city, in the
square bounded by St. Anthony, Celestine.
Genius and Bagatelle streets, measuring 1x1
feet 10 inches 0 Iltns trout and depth on
Cuels innn stoet and loo fttt t inches 2 lines
front and depth on St.. Anthony street, between
parallel lines, as per sketch of E. Pilie. archi
tet, dated 2td 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't
lien and priviletg and interest at the rate of s
per cent per annum; the purchaser to assume
the payment, of the city and State taxes for the
year 1577, piyable in 1878.
Act of sale befort M. T. Dtcros notary public,
at the expense of the purchaser.
584 11 18 22 oc2
SPLENDID PROPERTY ON DELORD
STREET, BETWEEN FRANKLIN AND
RAMPART STREETS, FIRST DISTRICT.
SUCCESSION OF PETER WERCKLE.
Second District Court fort tie Parish of Orleans
No. 37.337.
r0. I40. 37.337.
aDY PLACTDE J. SPEAR. Auctioneer-Office
is No. 46 Royal stront-SATUltDAY, Octoher
6 1877, at 12 o'clock in., will be sold at public au(
tion, at the Rlerchants and Auctioneers' Ex
n change, on Royal street, between Canal and
n Customhouse streets, by virtue and in pursu
ance to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot,
It Judge of the Second District Court for the
d parish of Orleans, dated August 31. 1877, for ac
s count of said succession, the following described
a property. to wit
A i CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the
.bu ildings and lmgrovements thereon. situated
1 in the Fir'District of this city. in the square
t bounded by Delord, Franklin, Rampart and
s Euphrosino streets, designated as lIt No. 0, on
Ia pan drawn by Zimmi7l on the 7th of April,
15.32, deposited In the offlce of H. It. Cents, tl. n
notary: said lot mneasurin., in AmerIcan mels
Surn. 25 felt front on Delord street by loll foot in
a between parallel lines.
Terms-Cash on adJidication.
Act of sale before 'hoolule Biuisson, notary
publie, at the expense of the purchasier.
I 4 IIt 1 29 0o2 6
By O. Valeton.
IMPORTERS' BONDED WAREHOUSE STOCK.
SUCCESSION OF FRANCOIS HENRI VALE
TON.
Second District Codt for the Parish of Orleans
No. t3l,5ci.
;Y 0. VALETON. Auctioneer-Office 93 and
95 Magazne street-SATI ll)A Y. Oct tober i:i,
1577. at 12 o'clock in., will be sold at public
auction, at thet Merhants' and Auctioneers'
Exchange, on Royal street by virtue of an
, rder from the Hon. A. L. Tissot. judge of the
Second 1istrict Court for the parish of Orleans,
dated September 10, 1877, for account of the
above SlllkSj fl
Ft 1U 1 EEN SHARES of $100 each In theCapital
Stock of the Imnporters' Bonded Warenouse.
Term--Cash before transfer. oc2 e in 1a
HOTELS.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
The proprietor of the ST. CHARLES HOTEL
will, from this date, reduce his prices and would
request families and others making arrange
ments for the winter to examine his superior
accommodations.
Country merchants and planters will find this
reduction especially suited to their patronage.
a first class elevator being attached to the house.
sext 30d
TREMOINT HOUSE,
Corner Tremont and Church Streets,
Galveston, Texas.
SBISA & ORFILA, Lessees.
(Formerly of the Grand Southern Hotel.)
The Palace Hotel of Galveston.
This elegant Hotel, lately completed,
IAN NOTNT O3P1=IN
-FOB THE
ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC
Being built at a cost of s4oe.eoo, it will be first
class in every respect, with all the latest im.
provements. ELEVATORS, ELECTBSJ ANNUN.
CIATOBS. etc.
-wITH
DATE ROOMS ON EVERY FLOOR.
We therefore take pleasure in soliciting
A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATRONAGE
extended by the commercial men to the late
Grand Southern Hotel.
SBISA & ORFILA, Lessees, t
Formerly of Grand Southern HoteL.
ANrrowY fsIsA. JR.. Chief Clerk. y7 emrn
THE CONTI VERANDAH,
Thoroughly Renovated, 7
Will re-open on WEDNESDAY, Septembert 5. ti
1877, for the accommodation of guest,, both per. P
manent as well astransient. and hope for a con- s1
tinuance of patronage 50 liberally bestowed in ii
former years. as no will be spared to meet
tie a rQyaI Teap c~ a Tersrmea V.
JUDICIAL AVURIIS ZIMTs.
AUCTION SALPA.
By C. E. Girard.y.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
CHOICE POMMER0IAL AND RESIDENCE
PROPERTY.
-Comprising the
THREE-STORY BRICK STORES.
Forming the southwest corner of Camnp and
Gravier streets,
OPPOSITE THE CANAL BANK.
THE TWO-STORY DOUBLE BRICK TENE
MENT.
Nos. 11 and to Perdido,
Between St. Charles and Carodlett stretfs.
THE MISSISSIPPI COTTON PRESS,
Embracing thi entire square formed by Tehou
pitollas. Religious, Richard and Market
streets,
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED WITH STEAM
COMPIRESSING APPARATUS, ETC.
THE BRANCH COTTON PRESS.
Next adjoining, and embracing half of the
square formed by Thoupitontas. Religious.
Market and St. James streets.
THE ANCHOR YARD AND WAREHOUSE,
Forming the northwest corner of Tehoepitou
las, Bellechnsse and St. Themes strsets.
THE ELEGANT REMIItENCE, PROPERTY
Forming the southwest corner of Esplanade.
Tonti and Barracks streets.
with garden, etc.
THE HANDSOME COTTAGE RESIDENCE,
No. 3Ea Canal street.
Between Roman and Priour.
TI-IE 1WORTORY DOUBLE TENEMENT,
No. 40.? Chartres,
Between Spain and Mandeville at reets.
THE FRAME COTTAGE, WITH GARDEN,
In Carrollton.
On Clinton. between Green and Second streets,
-ANI
JUDGMENT CLAIMS, ETC.
SALE TO EFFECT A PARTITION.
IN THE MATTER OF
MRS. EUPHROSINE CONAND.
WIDOW OF THE LATE J. B. LETOREY.
-vs.
VICTOR JETOREY ET ALS.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
No. .t,4:t2.
for DY C. E. GIRARDEY Anr'tloneer-Offltc No,
rs 31 Cam street-SATUFIDAY. November 3,
if 1j577, at 12 o'clock m., at the St.. Charles Auction
Exchange. In the rotunda of the St. Charles Ho
thle ir this 1ity, will re sold at public riction,
le pursuant, to a judgmoent from the Hon. A. L.
Tissot, Judge of the Seront District Court
dated the tith and signet on t11 231 of .fune, 1577
- and rendered in the above entitled matter, the
RD followingr e doribed property. to wit
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF QOIIUND. together
11) with the improvements thereon. situated In the
vT First District of this city, in the soriar
Itbounded by Camp, St. Charlrs. Commern ial
Plhao and Gravier streets. The sir id rot forms
the corner of Camp and Gravier streets, and
measures 22 feet 6 inches front on Camp street,
is feet 3 inches width in the rear, by a depth
and front on (Iravier street of ar feet ! inch.
and 89 feet 3!x inches deep on the opposite sile
iee Inc dividing it from lot No. 47. The said lot is
ter known as No. 45. as per plan of T. Thompson,
It- dated the 7th of May. 1842, and depositeor in the
%x- office of H. B. Cenas late a notary public in this
nd city. Together wf'h all the improvements
tu- thereon. comprising the substantialiy bulit
ot, three-story brick store designated by the No. 45
he Camp street, and by thte Nos. 12tt, 122, 124 and 128
tc- (iravier street. It is rrranged into oftlirs and
ed admirably aiapted for the banking and in
surance speialtties;a super or l'ation for the
he wholesale or retail trade in any line--one of
ed the best in the city, and worthy the attention of
rr capitolists.
nil 3. THAT CHOICE COMMERCIAL AND PRO
) DUCTIVIC Pi;OI'ER'i Y, known as the "MIS
ii, MISSIPI'I COTTON PRESS." situated in the
no First District of this 'ity, compri'ing thip entire
IS- sunare bouirted by Tnhoupitourrla, tReligious,
in Market and Richard streets. The said proper
ty measures 319 feet 8 inches 4 lines front on
each of Tehoupit ntis and Religious streetr,
ry and 250 ftet 9 inrhes 2 lines flott on each of
Richard anid Market strret - t trhe whole in ac
cordance with a plan drawn by James (allier
architect dated Februar 5, 1843. deposited
pamti in hirsors of ci . L Cenas, late notary
K Together with all the rights. ways, privileges,
servitutdes and rppirtrnanices thereunto be
longing or rn anywiseapprrtaining. The im
provements thereon comprise substantirl and
rextrensivr btrick sheds t'spei'iat I arranrge i wirti
slrtr'd rioots for tiee storirgr ant i iomnt,r-esmr'rrt
of eotton, and a steam pr's- of pow -rii capac
ity, and in thorough rirning eondiion.
t. THE BRANCH COTTON PRESS. situated
also in the Jifret District of this rity, e rrtr
r1t. prises half of the si err'' frrnmed by Tehoipi
s tort lrs, Religious. 3 arkt-t ann SI. Jairi's stri-its,
t and mnasures, areording to pltan drawn by
Jan' (unifier, dated February r, 043, and (ir -
trsited in the ll " of the lait H. B.Cinas,
he notrry Irrit c, 159 f1'rt tt I i'etr is 2 lines frontr on
each cif T'choupitotris and Iielignius streets by
ar depth and front on Market strert of 255 feet 9
a inches 2 lines, and 'n the side line towards St..
Jamues street; together with all the rights, ways
and servitutdesthirounto trlonging or in any
wise app'rtaining. The improvements com
pris' extensive and substantially built brick
slated roofed sheds. especially constructed for
tire safe storage of 'otton, etc.
The Mississippi and Branch Presses are un
der lease to It. Y. Lewis, Esr.. until the 31st of
L August, 1878, at the rate or $10,(tr Dtt ape ii niumrn
Id rayable quarterly, and will be sold subject
thn'reto.
rr This Press is known for its large storage la
pa -ity, advan'ag ous location and superior I
is conveniences for the compressment of cotton, i
9, ili',
a. The buildings are massive and almost fire
proof; the maehinery'onrplete and in running I
order; opposite the city ri-aterworks reservoir,
and nrar the river front. one of the best loea- 1
tiorns I n tire r'ity
4. TIE AN COR PRESS WAREHOUSE. 1
forming the northwest "ornrer of iJit'ho itoulas, I
Bellerbasse and St. Thombis stre,'ts. That, is to 1
say, the undivided seven-fortir ths part of said t
property, vrri portiron or lot of riiririit situatr'r c
n teFirst tDisirrct. of thts city, rand iii rhe f
square bounded by Ti(houpitoulai, St. Thomas t
13rl'chassr arnd St, Theresa strr'ts; the said
lot measures 1at frrt 10 inches 2 1inrs frort on 4
Tehoupitoulas street. 127 feet re inches 5 lines f
in the rear and fronting on St. Thomas street t
ty a drpth of 329 feet 5 inches 7 lines on the t
sine line frionting on Belle'htnse street, nd 159 t
feet 4 inches 3 lines on the side line towards St. t
Theresa street, at whi -h dinpth the ca d lot or t
prrtion of ground narrows 31 feet 11 inches 3 f
lines. and from th'nne has a further depth of170 a
frets inches 2 lines- and exteirds to St. Thomas t
t street. 1,
Also the vacant lot of ground adjoining the
said Anchor Press warehouse, designated by n
tire No. 17, measuring 23 f- et 9 inches i; lines tn
front on St. Thomas street, 21 feet 2y inches d
wide in the rear, by a depth of 170 fer't C inches r
2 lines on the side towards Bellechasse street, I h
and 1r4 feet 11 inches 2 lines on the opposite ride a
line, tog ther with all the rights, ways and ti
servitudr s thereunto belonging, or inanywiei a
appertaining, buildings, etc. d
The said seven-fortieths part of the above b
described property wore acquired by the -it
saii late J. B. Letorey. by pnrchase at a pubhlt s
leans on the second September, 1874, in the suit of a
the Hebrew Congregation Dispersed of Judih el
vs. William Aymar, bearingNo. 84e1of the locket
of the Sixth District Court for the parish of Or- L
leans. It is leased to Messrs. Herndon & ti
Krrlmhahr until the 1st September, la7s, and 1 hr
will br' sold subretrrc thur-to. iia
5. THE TH O-STORY BRICK DOUBLE Ir
Tenement Dwellings, designated by Nos 11 V
rand 13 Perdido street, situated in the st Dis- Ia
trict of tiis ciry, and in the square bonted by Lr
Perdtido. Union, St. Chat lr's and Carondr'let no
streets. The property is composeni of the orig- w
inal lot No.31 and half of the original lot Nt. 12,as Itb
per plan by Hugh Granttdated the 14th of Jan- Is
nary, jSa7.aand depositsd in the office of J.B. Jtit
Muýrkse tMýtw~exo P tb2I in 1`. 4 ºacten
JUDICIAL ADVaETISzMKNTS.
AUCTIlON SALES.
By C. E. Girardey.
urement 35 feet 6 inches 1 line front on Pierdido
street by 95 feet r, inches, more or less. In depth
between parallel lines. Iogetther with all the
rights, ways, improvements. servitutdes and
privileges thereunto belonging or in anywise
appeirtaining.
6ti.nHAT HAND4SOME COTTAGE REHI
DItNUE PROPERTY in brick and frame, de-ig
nated by the No. 363 Canal street, Second Dis
triet of this city, in the tquare haundeti by
Canal, Customhouse, Roman anri Derbigny
streets. The property comprises three Iot+ of
ground. described and measuring as 67 feetI
6 Inches front on Canal street by 11; feet s inches
in dep h, between parallel lines. bald port 1(11
of ground is composed of lots Nos, 22 and 23
rued the half of lot No. 24, as per plan by Jos,
itlle, dated the 1st of May 1540. and deposited
In the offlce ofiD. L. McKay. late a notary putt
lie in this city; and anoth. r lot or portion of
ground contiguous to the portion of ground
above described, being a part of lo' No. 20 of
the same square No. rto, and measuring, accord
ing to the aforesaid plan. 25 feet front on Ito
man street, by 94 feet in depth, between parallel
lines.
Together with all the buildings and Improve
mnenta thereon otrthtreunto belonging, compris
lng a handsome one-story and titlc titt.-ge
dwelling in brick and frame, well built. and
Iinely finished. It contains wide central hall,
with two parlors, drawing and tining rooms
and three large airy sleeping apartrwtnts, all
with high cell lngs. tntl mantlts in mar ttle, ga
etc. A large finished attic two -story frame
kitehen, sidt aid tear gartfin with a large lot
opening on Roman Street leading into rear
bu Idiig, stable, eIe,
A most, completo antI comfortable iorne, on
that-grnd and thetrful btnlet ard. Easily ac
cossiftle to and from the business centre by the
Canal stre t horse ca' s.
7. THAT ELIGANT AND SPACIOUS I.EST
DENCE PROPERTY. for many years oceupitld
by M. Mutson .Esq.. stiatet in the hecon I Dis
trict of thi city, In the square toundutd by Es
plinadt, Barracks, Tonti and Ro1hbtt lave
streets. The property comptles tis loll-ws:
Eight lots or porttion of ground, designatid by
the Nos. 1, 8,9, lo, 11, 12, 13 and 14. and a virtion
of land pur-htsed from the city of New Orleans
by an act, before EusebeBiouny, a notary ttublie,
on May 19, 18s8, andi nteasree 125 leet 9 inthia
front, on t. h of Esplannde and Jtarra-ks
streets by a depth bttwetn parallel linesand
front on Tonti street of 199 feet 7 lines. To
gichi r with all the IullIingr4 and Improve.
ments there in, coinprisir g a spacious two
story frame dwelling. tuit retired from ttio
street tindi encltts-d tby an lron feitet;- w~ltco rin
-ri-td haifs, with double- ftront- -tytit~rttat -_rg
ipar mentson both floors; elegantly finished
throughout; detacthetl two-story kitthen, and
wattle and carriage hot--es; gts. ris.titrn, tle.
The surpi r tround is beautifully stiated, and
Iaid out in walks and planted in ornamental
grass, etc.
For quiet,. sptloits and aristocratic resitlenee
the property has every requisite. Its neighttor
hood is on-i of the tno-t ctairming in the city.
8. THE DOUBLE TENEMENT TWO-HTORY
FRAME DWtLLING, designated by No. 460
Chartres street, in the rtqutre toundeti by Char
tree (formerly Moreotu), Victory, Hpali and
Mandeville, streets, in the Thirdi District of this
city. The lot meostres in American mneastrt
ment 3t feet 5 in,-tis I line front on Churrres
street fty 127 feit 10 Inches 2 lines tn depth,
between parallel lines. Together with ill the
improvetnents thi reon, comtrising n double
tenettitnt two-story frame dwelling, containing
three roitms on each flior to etcth tenement,
tnit a one-story rear builiing containing two
rooms to each slite :elternls, eiosets etc,
it MEVEN LOTS OF GROUND. togethtr with
all the buildings and iarovements ithereon
situated in the Seventh lutrl'et of this city
(lia e City of Carrollton), tlesignattd tog'ther as
sitittre ,A" and tounded by 1:linton, (I rein.
-etond antI Liwerline St riots. 'The sal aisiare
is also designated by the Nos. It, 7. 5, s t0, 11 and
12, on ii plan by Moelhatesto, civil engnne-r,
dated O-tober, 1i48, deposited in the oftl t of ýi
Herrmann, tite a notary public in tthit- rity;
according to whtia plian lotsNos. 6, 7. 8, i, anit 1
adjoin etv-h other. and ntratsure rrurt !f ice,
front on Clinton street by 120 feit in dtiptht. The
said lot No. in forms the eirner of Clint' n anti
Grett at riets, and the said lots Nos. 11 and 12
iljoin each other and mnesure ita it foot
front. on Green street by 1u fe t in depth. To
gethtr with all the butltlings and improvements
!herion. comprising a tirime cottlig- h- use,
aihed,ete, The ground and tanquettea nicily
sitited, anti withIn thrre squares of the St.
Charles strt-et horse cur.
ii CLAIMM.
d,.
h 10. A CERTAIN JUDGMENT, renlered bv the
1. Fifth Judicial)i-triettourtinandforthetpari-h
In of Iberville, in this State in favor of the late J.
Is B. Letorey, anl against W. J. Sigur and L. Sigur,
1, for a sum of fourteen thousand four hundrid
fi dollars. exclusive of interest. The said jidg
Is munt being based on a claim for the amount of
s four certaIn notes of the following sumrs, to wit:
It Fifty-nine hundred dollars, three thousand
IS dollars, thirti-five hundred dollars, and three
as thousand dollars. All bearing intere-t at the
d rate of eight per cent per annum from the
i- twenty-third day of Dee, mtner, 1570, and which
e said notes are secured by morigage on thirteen
,f twentieths part of a certain plantalin and
if lands situated in the parish of fbervillc. Lou
isiana. The whole fully described injiet passed
b- efore Joseph Cuvillier. a notary public in this
I- city, on the twenty-third day of December, 1s70.
11. A CETAIN CLAIM fora- agalinst the estate
e of the late Bernard Turpin, halanci of account
4, due by him as the agent of the said late J. B.
Letorey; which claim has been acknowledged
n by the said Bernard Turoin in aieount ran
dered by him as wIl as by letters addressed by
It him to the said late J. B. Ltory. and to s4cure
the payment of said balance the said Turoin
i pledged, and tranrderred to the said J. B. LTr
I torey. One hundred shares of the stick of the
y Importers' Bonded Warehouse of th 5 lity, and
all recogo 7ed by decree of the houoratle the
Second Dist ri -IC' un fr the parish of Orleans
12. A CERTAIN CLAIM (OF SEVEN THOU
- S iND TWO HUNDItEDANlSJXTY- IX AND
rl a4-lie DOLLARS, represi nalld by iive 1a-rtain'
i Dromissorv not's. Mubscribed by Edgar 1)
t Plane, of the parish of St. Mart n, in this Slat,
- for the fo'lowitg amounts, to wit: Otie fir four
hundred anti eighty-seven astd 44-lit dollars,
I matured on the first day ofi 3ay. 1i7t; one for
- a like surn of I. uit hundred and eigh t-seven
- aid 44-110 dollars, mal ured on the Iir t day of
t, May. 1577; one for fifteen hiinird ltlia's. dii
Von the first day of Slay, 1878; and two earth for
the suri of two thtutisand three hundred tint
ninety-ilveanii 3-itl (jo ltrs. due rest'ectiv.ely
t on the lint day of M4 y in each of the years 1879
and iss1. The ptiymefit of which said notes is
1 secured by special mortgage and vendor's lien
.on a plantation. -insist ilig of various trn' ta of
3land, situated in the parish oif St. Martin. in this
l State. The full description of which said notes
- and plantation is set forth in the act of sale to
- the said E. DiB'ane, as passed bfifore Charles
T. Soniat. a notary public in this city, on the
first day of February 1875.
13. A CERTAIN NOTE of Mrs. Mary A.
r Hazard. widow of Louis Cormier, iatedt the first
day August. 1871, for the sum of twenty-five
hundred dollars, with interest from the twenty
first August. 1872, the date of its maturity,
credited thereon it to the twenty-first Au
gust, 1575, to which time the payment of the
capital had been postponed. The said note is
secured by mortgag--. as ' er act passeid before
Jules Mossy, a notary public in this city, on the
twenty-first day August, 1871.
14. TWO CERTAIN NOTES of Auguste
Richard. Esq., each for 'he sum of one thousand
and fifteen 9t-lIx4 dollars, dat-,d the fltteinith
May. 1877, and payable, respectively, at one anti
two years; after date hearing inter- st at the
rate of eight ter cijon' ter annum from their
date until final payment, and secured by mort
gtge and vendor's lien. as ter alt tassed be
oire uiseb Bouny, notary public, on the thir
tieth May. 1877.
1s. A O'E OF WILLIAM IH. AYMAR, R
dated the twerity-eighth March, 1871 paaable to
hisown order one year aft 'r date,with int-rest at
the rate of 8 Thher crnt. per annum, from maturity
until paid. The said note is credited with finr- t
teen hundred and twenty-six and 22 ist i diilla's
the said amount being the pro-'e-ds appli-alble
toward' the payment of thit said nit--, arising
from the sa e by the sheriftof this parish. under
a writ issued in the suitN -- ai8s of the docket of
the Six'h District COirt for the parish of Or
leans, to sa'isfy a first mortgage ilaim. t
it. A CERTAIN CLAIM OR CERTIFICATE t
of Deposit delivered by John C-chrem. Receiver
of the lte New Orltons Bankini Asso(-iati.n. t
dated the twetnty-setond (Lay of Novemtutr, is-2,
whereby it anpears that Mr. Pierre Laberie
I his made due proof that he is a creditor anti a
a depositor in said Banking Aseoniation for
the sum of one thou arid and fifteen dollars e
and ninety fight cents. wimbh amouni was
deposited with the said Banking Associ 'tion
by the said Pierre Labarie, as the agent of I
the late J. B. Letorey, an". a dividend of fitteen -
per cent. or of one hundred and fifty two dl.
ars and thiry-nine (cnuts, his he n dl't'lared
and tpai the -e '. th ri aving a halanc- of 0
eight hun-irld arid sixty-three 59-it) tdollars.
17. A CERTAIN CLAIM AGAIN T PIERRE
Laberie. Esi., for the sum of sixteen thousand
three hundred dollars and ninety-flve eints.
being the balance to his debit as agent of the
late J. B. Letorey, and as estabtishted by the a'-- 0
count rendered by him, the said La--ri-. to r'
Victor Letorey. testamentary exeeutor of the
late J. B. L--tnrey. ..nd which aecouit has beien
paraphed "Ne Varietur" by O- tavi Morel, a
notary pubic in this city, for identifieation, S1
with a supipementary inventor taken by him, 8:
th.. said notary, on the 17th day of January' w
1877, of certain claims and assets belonging to ti
the succession of the late J. B. Letorey t
..---M -agata4 t-tsf sh PT'd -
5ug AE.., foirthseice .1 jteeut huza4ed
AUDIOIAL A 1V3tIS3IS f.
AUCPIOIN SALHa.
By C. E. Girardey.
dollars being the amount of a certain note of
Victor Letorey, dated Noivember :3. is70, to the.
order of Frederick Wing. and payable sixty
days after date; which note. heretore inn
torted among the as ets of the successiongft
lato J. B. Letorey. was paid by the said Vir
Letorey, the matter thereof by the said Pierre'
Latherie, who was then acting as the agent -
the tate J. B. Letorey. and lire amount of th
said note, although hrot~accounted for by theist,
Lab rie, In the accounts rendered by im, w
acknowledged to b+ due by him to the estate
J. B. Letorey. as will appear more fuly
reference to tIre proees verbal of the inventorls
of the eir e- oi of the late J. B. Letorey
myile by the said Octave Morel, Esq., notav
tubuic, on the 24th and succeeding days of Vet.
rnary, 1576, and on the 17th day of January 1i77
Terms and Conditions of Hile-Forthecfsig
gash; and for the real estate onre-third
and the remainder at one and two years' clady
for notes of the purchasers sub-divided to suit
the parties in int-rest secur'd by special mort
g ige anl vendor's ifen bearing all the usual
ciu'ec of eight per cent, er ann em iat ere
from lthe dtay of cute until ths final paymen t'
lriv tier cent a torneys feca in event (i suit te
iifirco thieir paymern. The improvements t
be ket t insured by the purchasers to the extent
of the credit portion, and the policies thereof tu
be transferred to the h 'Iders of the notes. he
purchasers to continne, until expiration, the
present polio- and retfrl to toe estato their
pro rata if the Inscraie( premium.
The property will te sopl w:th all taxes paid
up to tire clay of sale. The rentals to accrue to
the purtihaers from and after the day of sale.
Ails it rir' at he expevnse of the purchasrs ,
tieforii Chop. G. Aedr'y, Esqi., notary public.
se2h lc2 :1 Il 1:1 20 27 nol
CHARTER.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
STATE OF LOUIHIANA.
PARISH OF ORLEANS.
1;E IT KNOWN THAT ON THTS TWER.
tinch day of the month of February, in th'
year of our Lord iene thousand eight bundredl
and saventy-seven. before mie. Oscar Dronet 1
notary public in rind for the pari-h and city of
New Orleans. duly eomminc nild and sworn.,
end inr pueccne of the und reigned witnesses.
personally "tame and appeared the subsccet
tuine in number., all being residents of
city ail proprtetors of seltzer and miners
wa er nianuflrrctorles l iThiIodTn tb l cty-
whice aipearers being desirous of avsiIant
thtemrselvls of the privileges and rights afford
by an net of the L'gtslature of thii State, e*.
titled Anr act for the organization of corpora-A
tfions," approved March 14. 19155. they had Dove
rinted, contracted and ag(reed. rnd they-do, br,
these presenti, covenant, contract and agreet
cs-lneiate themselves together and to form *
corporation for the purpose (if manufacturng
arit selting seltzer, mineral and all otno
imeratid waters. in the city of flew Orleans en
to this end and purpose they have establrsh
the following rules and regulations for the
governance of said corporation:
ARICLE I.
The name and style of this cornoration shall
be the CILESCENNI' CITY iELTZ AND Ell'
ERA L WATERH MANUFA( TORY.anditsdoem.
itil shall be in the city of Niw Orleans,
It shall commence business immediately and
shall exist for the term of ten years from the
dai hereof. unless sooner dissolved in the man,
nor hereinrfner provided, during which time it,
shrill exrcise and erijoy all the powers, rights
ani privileges granted by law to corporations.
It shall have a soul with such device as the
board of direetors miay heroafter adopt. The
prusidint shall tee the proper ptersn u pon
whom all citations and other legal process sflaW
he served.
Is se~rveI.
ARTICLE Ill.
t The objets and murposes of this corporation
st arn delared to to the manuffat-tire and sale or
, ltzer, mineral and all other iterated waters.
ARTICLE III.
2 The Apital stock of this -orporation shall be;
t 'Iev-vn thousand six hundred dollars, divided
into nine shares, all of which said shares ha
to been and are hereby declared to h t full pala.
lir-ansfIirs of stock shall be made only ontne
y books of :this corporation at its oftlee, and no
t. sale or transfer thereof shall be mad&,
owner nor be vialid until sixtydays'notlcdo
intention to transfer or sel said stock s
have been gtven to the president of the cor o
ration, and unless also this corporation,
or, in default the'eof, any one or more
h members of said corqporation shall have had the
oir-lvilege of pur-hasbng said share or shares of
caepltal sto(k ait thit bona fidle price offered"
therefor outside of this corporation, or. in de
fault of any suth offer, at the market value of
such share or shares.
ARTICLE IV.
All the powers of this corporation shall be ox
remiseti ty a tbo-rd (If 'ii reef, i-s composed of
. i live stockholders, a majority of whom shall be
a'jil orum for the tra-.saction of all the business
01 the corporation.
The board of directors shall annually, at
their first meeting, elect one of their membersas
1 presid -nt, who shall hold his oftlce for theterm
of one year, or until his successor is el, eted.
The presidont shall or' si'le at all meetings of
, the hoard of directors and shah conduct and
t manage the business of the corporation gen
erally. under the supervision of the board of
directors.
In the absence or inability to act of the Dresi
dent, the board of direetors snail appoint oneof
thei-r mer-bc s to act in his pace. They shall
have the power to make and a. opt such by-laws
as they may deem proper to fill any vacancies
in their number, and geniatlty to i1~ and nor
form all other acts which may be convenient
n cessary t~ carry into ful eIffect the obe
and ourposes of this corpiration. Minutes
shall be keptof all tht- mnsotings of the board.
The first election of directors shall be held
the offtce of the corporation on this day.an
thereafter on the it -t Tjuesdty oft .January of
each anI -ver y year. due written nitce of which
Ie-tilon shall be iiven by the president to each
sto("kboldler, and in the lsvt t of no elstloq
taking plitti o, a Lid day it shall be postponeG
flift-en d'liys. and every iui--seding tiften days
jnti i an election be had, notice being given as
af'-re-aid.
At all elec-tions or meetings each stockholder
either in Li rsoni or by proxy, shall be entitlcd
to one vote flor Ieah sharI of sto-k held by him;
and the persons rec-iving the number of votes
r- resenting ai majority in amount of the eapf
ta[ stook shall be1 11onsi'lered ias elected, and
shall serve for the terrm of one year, or until
their sucesssors are duli elected.
ARTICLE V.
Proper books of amount shall be kept, in
which all the dealings and tiansactionsof the
corporation shall it, entered, and they shall be
open at all times to the kispection of the sloe
There shall he exhibited yearlyto the stock
holder-. at their general meeting for the el
tion of dire-tors, a full and c- iplete ase i at
of al the t'siness and affairs of the Opra
and a statement of the profits and lossts durln
the year.
ARTICLE VI.
The said appearers (original stockholders}
sha-l have Ihi', privieg-e of being employed by
preference to all others in the iusiness of the
corporation, at salaries to be fixed by the board
of thieetdrs.
No stockholder shall -ver he held itable for
the c-niracts, adts or faults of the -orporation.
nor by c-ause of any infirmality in to anizing,
or any other -ircutmstan-es t hatsoever, in any
further amount than the l'.,s of his stock; nor
shall any itfore ality in the orgardzation of
this corporation render this "iarter null.
ARTICLE VII.
This act of incorporat.ion in ty he altered and
amend -I, or ' he t iorpora ion itself dissolved
bt'for-e the expiration of its term. by a vote oX
three-fourths oI the whole e-iital stock at a.
general mc-'-tingof the -tockholdler. convened
arn(1 hiPId for thi ptrpos attter thirty days' no
ticts in two of the daily n wtspaplillrs of this city
ARTICLE VIIIf
At the expiration of this -ihartI-r, or sooner.
as provided fo>r in article seventh, the liquida
tion of the affairs of this 1o1 psration shall be
m-adlt by thrs-( commis' loners, to te chosen by
the stc0ikhol teis from ameoI g t th niselves; the
term of offiic'of said com Pissi' n'rs, their com
pensation and duties, as well as the manner
ainI duration of litui 1ation. shall also be fixed
by said sto'kholderas.
Thus dtne and exetuted at my office, In said
city of New Orletans, the day, n 'nth and year
fir-t above written, in pr 'e-1e of Messrs. One
siptloil Drouet and John L-gier, both of this
city competent witnesies, wilo hive hereunto
signed their nam's, w tai the stid subscribers
n il m1, the notary, the whole afuer due reading
of the iorcglliig
Witni-aces 0.I DROLETF
OSCAR DIROUET, Notary Public.
I certify the foregoing t' b a true copy of the
original alt of CorporatiIrl extant in my cur
rent register. 0:CAR DROUET
Notary Public,
I. the undersigned, Deputy Recorder of
Mort ages in and for the titrish'of Orleans.
State of Louisiana do hereby certify that the
wlthin and foregoine act of incorp'ration WJSM
this day duly recorded in my office, according
to law. In B~N.l2~eeaads
G. ANlEI..Deputy £~eoorder.-

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