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VºARIOUS EXPLANATIOWM GIVEN *PSIw 3FAULT OF THE OHIO ELECTION. Pllababt ty or a Return If the Re . blieans to Their Ancient Prlinlples, WIhi Grant as Their Candidate for : smident In 19S0. 'ipgial Correspondence of the Demoorat. I WAHIIIN(TON, October 11, 1877. V tIaty men of many minds" havo expressed me their several intorpretations of THE RN1ITLT IN OllIO, .tin the last two days, and to sum up all I heard, I should say that there never was election result in this country in which so Sy¥ diverse elements claim to have suc d, or in which so many partisans of various views find, or profess to flind. Iation." To begin with, all the l)emo are pleased, hard-money and soft t ey men alike, Eastern and Western, rern and Southern. The ant-I-Hayes ." blicans are delighted, and the Hayes Sprofess to be not disappointedl. r t will show Hayes, Matthews &. Co. that ubllcan voters must have Republican ples to vote for or else they will stay e" said one of the "stalwart" crowd to with evident glee. Will teach the Bourbons of our party," 'me0 of Mr. Hayes' conciliationists, "that - etter to bond prejudices than break the ~ Ju OPPONENT' OF THIE TAYFTR POLI('Y that the result in Ohio will force the t to abandon his present attitude and to the ancient Radical fold. supporters of the Administration do that it ought to teach the malcontents it is their duty to follow and sustain In order to prevemt a national Demo vietory in 1880. oilcial returns show that from 50J,(K) ,O00 voters staid at home. As T=U STAY-AT-HOME ELEMENT heaviest in the blindest ItaEical ºoun An the Western Reserve, there need be no that most of the non-voters are Ilepub and it is safe to assume that, of 3(5),000 y Republican voters in the State, -efused to come to the polls this year. calculation in round numbers will be alftieiently accurate for present pur The conclusion is, therefore, that, so )i the President's policy was an issue in one-sixth of the Republicans of have oandemned it. Examining the re by counties, we shall find that the most condemnation proceeded from Mknagest Radical countioes-mainly those 'Western Reserve whose leading char as have frequently been set forth in rtpondenco. We all know what eans and what it amounts to viewed t Republican, or, if you please, from istration standpoint. i violent elements of the party, the and bloody shirt Radicals who have telycontrolled the party and used the y of its power are really a small minor Its ranks. But they are strong enough .,t at any time when, soured or mad the policy of the majority of the ey refuse to support th4e ticket. election returns, considered together the events of the last six months teach important fact that it is idle for the cans to hope or for the Democrats to that the Radical party will ever recover Aecendency. The breaches mnade at r, at Des Moines, and at Cleveland tion, torn wider open at the polls ay and beyond peradventure dos to be still aggravated next month, will be healed. Mill Mnrriarm nnk l In 4he Int. ..an.1. ..., . , ... ou1110 UIIAwTVIUW re t you, "When you abandon the yes ou may as well let the party go em." can't be kept together on the of mere policies. And COLLAPSE OF TIHE RFIP'UBIC(!AN PARTY to the fact that the principles upon it has lived have been traded off for a in which there is no partisan nutri "PRINCIPLES" OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY be summed up in few words, provided e plain English. They were: T outh is the territory of the enemy W.tt be kept in a state of siege. Almighty is a Radical. The national treasury is the natural in oe of every Radical who can get ids into its vaults. o Democrat has any rights which Rad and niggers are bound to respect. tis patriotic for a Itndical to steal. Let us pray. above has been the Republican plat for the last sixteen years, translated lain English. The men who voted the ed Republi an ticket in Ohio last Tues d not vote for any such platform as the But those who staid at home did vote the above platform, and hence we may d that the truly "stalwart" Republi of Ohio, according to Jim Blaine, m 50,000 to 60,000 voters. may seem like a travesty upon fact, uwill find, on close examination of the matter that there is a good deal of nes about it. The above tragedy, in Sote, is actually the Radical platform I the political gospel-of THE WETERN RIE4RIVE. Darwinian descendants of the Connec wooden-clock-peddler of the last centu who people that land of skim milk and pjudce, can no more be liberalized by sad events than a hyena can be converted the Christian religion. But these creatures votes and their votes are vitally requi the success of the Republican party. will never vote any ticket or sustain any that does not substantially embody creed set forth in the foregoing six-act y. But that large majority of the Re party which has outgrown this will never again vote in accord with it. a hopeless crevasse has happened. The tit party levee has given way and what once a broad, smooth stream of unity ally flowing to the ocean of success Power is now broken into angry divided ta of individual passion, malice, recrim on and revenge. STANLEY MATTHEWS been made the scapegoat by such papers the New York Timew and the Chicago Inter But he is really the prophet stoned. a the sense to see last spring what his head and bloody shirt associates could oee. to wit: That the Republican party 1as like an old house-its only chance of ing was in putting in new under . Now, you know it is always a ous undertaking to newly under an old house, even with the ut t harmony prevailing among the en. But in this case, the lodgers in old house disliking the new underpinning Matthews proposed to put in, revenged ves by knocking down what was left of .iiebty superstructure. As a consequence, '.. all have to live out of doors for some to come. are now told by the "stalwart" mob Matthews is to be kicked out along with te heresies which he tried to introduce that the party-the good old Radical aret-baggers, niggers, Boss Shep y ring and all, I suppose-is to be tated to run RA NT FOB PREBIDINT IN 1880. - e e breath they tell us that Mat in trying to Democratize the how are we to reconcille these eith facts that the scheme of Mat at time a souroeot Democratic abd that Democratic chldren of wns the real author of a sehe strategi change of base by the Republican party- which at one time threatened to cut the Dem ocratic line of battle in two and otherwise to rip things up. This scheme has been foiled not more because the Democrats fought well than because the Radicals of the Western Ieseorve threw down their arms, stole what camp equipage they couldI carry off-- n ac cor.dance with the 111th article of their ancient creed and doserted the field. Matthews saw the desperate attitude of his party; he sought to imitate the strategy of Wellington, to fall back, to draw the I)emoo racy Into a crusade against the really en lightened policy of 1ayes as Wellington drow the F' r~nch into the deillho of Biusaco, and then crush them. Hatd he been cordially supportld by the whole Republican party there are chances that he might have s8U (·cMedol provided tile 1)emooratic leaders could huve been out-generaled as Massena The Radlicals of the Western Rleserve can have the satisfaction of knowing, now that it Is too late tAo mend the matter, that in mul ishly sacrif'inlug THE I sCInEMlT OF STANLEY MATrrI1IWH on the altar of their own benighted hates, they have blocked the only strategy which far-sighted Democrats were afraid of. They have the gratitude of the Democracy. It ls the only tinme in their worthless lives when they over deserved the gratitude of civilized mankind in any respect. A. C. BUELL. Glot your kid gloves at Kreeger's. Read Navra's Invitation to the China Palace. Best plated ware at Offner's, 174 Canal, oppDDo slte Varietios Theatre. JlUDICIAL ADVERTIBEE ENTS. MIIERIFF MALE. By the Sherif of Pointe Coupee. SUCCESSION BALE -OF A SUGAR PLANTATION IN THE PARISI OF POINTE COUPEE. SALE ON NOVEMBER 3. 1877. STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE. PARISIH COURT. SUCCESSION OF MRS. M. L. ROSA DES TIREIIAN. No. 1ss8 of tile docket of said Court. I)Y VIRTUE OF A COMMISSION ISSUED in the above entitled and numbered suces sion by the honorable the parish court in and for the parish and State aforesaid. and to me directed, 1, the undersigned sheriff of said par ish of Polnto Coupee, will offer for sale by pub lie auction, and according to law at the door of the court-house of said parish of Pointe Coupee. on SATURDAY, November 3. 1877, at 11 a. in.. the following described property depending on said succe·sslon. vz- 1. A SUGAR PLANTATION, situated in said parish of iolnte Couoee. State of Louisiana, on the right bank of the Mississippi river, meas uring on said river .L front of fourteen and one eighth arpents, more or less, by a depth of sixty-five arpents more or less, on the lower line. and seventy-ive arpents. more or less, on the upper line; said plantation being bounded above by lands formerly belonging to the suc cession of Zenon Porche. and below by Iands helongl g to Mrs. Fanny Richer; and extending back to the lands hereinatter secondly descrised, and containing about 768 08 acres in area. Tihe same to be sold together with all the mules thereon (about twenty-four) and all the farm ing utensils,seed cane and stubble cane and all the buildings and improvements on said plan tation, comprising a sugar-house and purgery. with engine, machinery, kettles, etc., two dwell ing-houses and outhouses, a stable, a barn, a blacksmith's shop, a cane shed and thirteen double cabins. 2. A TRACT OF LAND, also situated in said parish of Pointe Coupee, on False river, mnas uring on said river a front of eight arpents, more or less, by a depth of about forty arpents, bounded on the upper line by lands xelonging to Dr. L. L. Ladmirault, and on the lower line by lands belonging to Michel Michel and Dr. L. L. Ladmirault; the said land extending back to the lands above firstly described, and con taining in area about soo.54 acres. The sanme to be sold together with all the appurt'nances and Improvements thereon, consisting of a one-story and basement dwelling-house, out houses, fences, etc. The said two tracts or plantations to hbe offered and sold separately and in the order aforesaid. Terms and Conditions-One-third of the putr (chase price cash, the balance in three equal an nual instalments. payable at one, two and three years from the day of sale; the purchaser, for said credit balance of the purchase price, to fur nishl his notes drawn by him to his own order and by him indorsed; said notes to bear intor est at tihe rate of eight per cent per annum from said day of sale till final payment, and to be secured by speclal mortgage and vendor's priv ilege on the property afrtresaid; the net of mort gage to contain all the usual clauses, such as the pract do non alienando, five per cent attorney's fees in ease of judicial proceedings, the insur ance of said sugar house on said plantation and the transfer of the policy thereof to the executor of said succession and all other customary clauses. With the privilege to the purchaser of paying in cash the whole or any part of said balance over one-third, at his own option. Pointe Coupee, Louisiana. September 22, 1877. GATIEN DECUIR. Sheriff of Pointe Coupee Parish. For examination of plans of the property and for further particulars. apply to ARTHUR DENIS. oc9 tnos No. 104 Canal stre.t, up stairs. 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. soe3 3od TREMONT HOUSE, Corner Tremont and Church Streets, Galveston, Texas. NBISA & ORFILA, Lessees. (Formerly of the Grand Southern HoteL) The Palace Hotel of Galveston. This elegant Hotel, lately completed, •IB NO 0T P0213.N -ron THE ACOOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIO Being built at a cost of $Soo.0oo, it will be first class in every respect, with all the latest im. Drovements. ELEVATORS. ELECTRO ANNUN. CIATOBS, etc. -WITH- BATH ROORS 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, Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel ArNTlOso SBIsA. Jn.. Chief Clerk. y27 em Southern Shoe Factory OF JOHI HANSEN as and 35 Canal street. New Orleans. TO ALL SOUTHERN CITIZENS. I am of the same opinion as yourselves any am determined to help build up the manufae tring interest of our native State in order to help the laboring classes and keep the money. which would otherwise go to the North. at home. About a year ago I started my Faetcry, and by using the best material and payin my hands romptly. I have been enabled to extend m estineeanid supportoo woe and dd ihave otherwise h . In I UDICIAL ADVEXTIZm TS. UHEERIFF LAL>E. The City of New Orleans vs. Patrick W. Walsh' same vs. anmo. "UPERIOIt I)lWltlI(T' COURT FOR THE parish of Orli)anLs, Nor. 79,568 and :8*i7- By virtue of two writs of fleri fa.nit, to mo db irrcted by the honorable thi Huptrior bl.trlot Court for thl tlriIsh off rlocns, In tho, above entltled a,.etlss, for city taxrn of 1.74 andt 18711, I will proofed to sil itt puhtli auction, at the Morlhanti and Allotfionirs' Exchango, IRoyal street, between C(tall and (1.itomlioutse str.ets. In the Hoeonnd Distriot of this elty, on 1 MONDAY, November Il.. 1877. at 12 o'clock n., the following iloHoritto liroprti y, to wi/t A C(r L'I'AIN i'lVlION OF (1f OUND, sit urtted in th i First Distrilt of this elit, iln quar'e IlIm' r sixt.y, bo(uodod y Tehoplltoll 1iI, Com re m. l'.,' Iafayette ' dlO I (dlroll at.rooIs. d.n.hlnatI'd as lot mllnalmr twollnty-liv.. llImaLnI'r iJlng twenllty-for foot frIlont on Teholllpilllta.1ts m-rnet by onl hudlrl'o'tl tund GuIi' fe.o, in depthll. H-Ind h, tlhe above sIlItS. Tornms-Calsh on 1 he sl.ot. THO.MA If. ITANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of OrIlans. Ox17 noit 1i The City of New Orleans Va. Widow W. P. Colemnan "8uuru vs. i ame. Iu parish of Orl'ail, Nos. 71 t0411 and 84 377- By virtue of two writ. of flirl iFacias, to mr di ro.t.d by the hlonorable the HupDrior Distriot C(ourt for the parish of Orleans. In the above entitled caustes, for city taxes of 1874 antti 1877, I will prooetd to stil at public auclotin, at the Merchants and Audiol.oeers' ExciihanKge. Royal street, betwioon Canal and Cu1tomlrnouslu t streota, in the 8econid Disttrct. of thls .ity, on MONDIAY Novoenmbr 19, 1877. at 12 o',l,ck m., the following desoerted property, to wtt A OERTAIN POIRTION OF GIIOUND, sit unted in tih Hlxth Dlstriot of lts :it y,In squarn number two hundrld and nighty-.liuht. botndid by lorlin. litluuominii Oictnlnt.l, and Milan streets, designaltd as loit nullllbr four, moearlr ing thilrty-four foot o. ln Inlhes front on B rlin st reeot, by ono hu ndired and(l twonty foot, in (Idet h. ioiIzndl lini the albove suaits. T~ernms--Cashl on th-e s.nit. THO(MAR TI. HANDY, Civil Hhori'ff of the litarish of Orlitans. iio17 ino 19 The City of New Orlean.s v. Joeph Ple: M.aIsn Vs. aI1 ';. cio) ve. VWidow Jiose I PI'. I UPEtII(iR IHTS'1RIICT COUIRT FOR THE iprlll ihof Orloins, Ni. 78,3717, 90,95 tind si 9i - it y virt io of thiro writs of Cori felts, ti mo dlirocttld by the honorabile ihei MIhriorlr District Coilurt for the Darith of Orleans'l. In thu aI oive etitlttled ('LtoIsi, for (it v taxes of 1874, 1875 and 1874, I will DIprp'ed to Hll at putlliii aution, at the Mercha lls and Auell(lontllrl' Exe'h II.t, Royal stit.nt, botwoon Canal antld Custointhousit strOOet. In the Second Dis)trict of this city, on MON DAY, Novimber 11, 1877. at 12 o''lock im., the tol lowing desitcribd lpro(l ty, to wit- A CEit''AIN PORITION OF GROUND, sit unatot in the ilxtlh Dist ri-t f thiuolty. in siluare it unlmtr four hu irtd arnd Itwt nty-six, boiunded iby Tolhilano, Aponll, Bavthus stre.t.i Lndl Lou hitlana Avonlu. ldesitgnated l I l. t numnl,11lr Ilvo. moeauring thirty footl front on T'Iolodllo st root by one hullndred andll twtlnty-livo fo,ot ini dlepth. it.izdtl in the above sellts. Termn-Cash )ito thell i ot. T'rlOMAR H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. o17 tuii7 19 The City of New Orleans vs. Hugh MeCloR key; sfino vs. samnlel; samein vs. HamI ; sanlll VS. PUMP. SUPERIOII DISITRICT COURT FOR THE parish of O(rlansl. Nos. 57.327. 75.453. 87,591 and r,as-- ly virtll of four writs of fUnri facians, to mn dirn'tcri by the honornltul the Hu pcrollr District Coulrt for the parish ff Orleans i the v.bovt' enllitled causl..s, for city taxi's o( 1873, 1874, 1875 iand 1876, 1 will p roeI''d to sell at public uncti on. at the Mrlhanlts and Aiic tlon'ers' Excihangi, Royal street, b.ltwell Canal and Customhousle str'.ts. In the S'honld DIs trict of this city, on MONDAY. Novenmbr it. 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. the following deserliedl property to wit A CE ftAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated In the Third District of this city, in square num her eight, hounded by Marignv, Elysian Fields, Peters and D'ecatur streets, designated as lot numlber nine, measuring sixty-seven feIt front on Marigny strictt by one hundred ald twenlty three feet In ldepth. SHizid In th above sullts.. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. o017 no3 191 The City of New Orleans vs Ernestine M. fStirnhorni; Palne vs. sam(i. ]1UPERIuR D)ISTIIICT COURT FOR THE |k parish of Orleans, Nos. 75,8:34 and 94,294. By virtue of two writs of flnri facias, to me di rected by the honorable the Superior Dis trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1874 lland 1875, I will proceed to sell at public ale tion. at the Merchants and Awl-tioneers' Ex change, Royal street, betw-een Canal and Cus tomhouse streets in the Seconl District of this city, on MONDAY, November 19, 877, at 12 o'clock in., the following described proptrty to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GRO UND. situ ated in the Sixth Districur of this city, in square number nineteen. bounded l)v Chestnut, Plaque mine and State streets and the division line of Burthiville, mea.suring two hundred and thirty four feet front on Chestnut street by three hun dred feet in depth. Seized in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spot THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 0o17 no:t 19 The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. Mary Virgin' same vs. slme. 'UPERIOR DIS'RICT COULT FOR THE p varish of Orleans, Nos. 75,620 and 10,679--By virtue of two writs of fleri facias, to me directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1874 and 1876. I will proceed to sellat public auction, at the Mer chants and Auctioneers' Exohang., Royal street. between Canal and Customhouse streets. in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY, November 19, 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the following described property, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the Sixth District of this city. in square number one hundred and forty-four, bounded by Cadiz, Laurel. Jersey and Jena streets, designated as follows: Lots numbers one and two measuring fifty feet front on Cadiz street by one hundred and flfty feet in depth: lots numbe'rs four to seven measuring one hun dred and twenty feet front on Laurel street by one hundred and twenty feet in depth. Heiz"di in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. City of New Orleans vs. John Lambert. SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE J parish of Orleans, No. 78,55s-By virtue of a writ of fleri faclas, to me directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, for city taxes of 1874, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auction eers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets. in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY, November 19, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following described prop erty. to wit A CERTAIN P )RTION OF GROUND. situated in the Fourth District of this city, in square number two hundred and thirty-seven, bound ed by Carondelet. Josophine. St. Charles and St. Andrew streets, forming the corner of Caron delet and Josephine streets, designated as lot number twenty-seven, measuring thirtiy-eight feet front on Carondelet street by one hundred and nineteen feet in depth and front on Jose phine street. Seized in the above silt. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. n17 no03 19 Winllam A. Thomas vs. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennelly. FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ' ish of Orleans, No.44.749-By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale, to me directed by the honora be the Fourth District C curt for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro ceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer chants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on SATUR DAY, November 17, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the fol lowing described property,. to wi - A CEbTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated, ly ing and being in the First District of this city, in the square bounded by Thalia, MAelpomene, 1'reret and Howard streets, deig nated by the number two. on a plan drawn by J. A. d'Heme court, Surveyor, dated the fifteenth day of April, 1861. and deposited in the office of Edward Bar nett. late a notary public in this city, and meas uring agreeably to said plan thirty-one feet severn inches six and a half lines front on Thalia street by one hundred and twenty-one feet nine inches in depth between parallel lines, together with all the buildings and improve ments thereon, rights, ways and advantages thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Being the same property which the defendant herein acquired by purchase from Thomas Reilly, as per act before William J. Castell., a notary public in this city, dated seventeenth December, ls274. Seied in the above suit. Termss--Cash onCa SJVDIIAL ADVEZTI UENT'S. MHERIFF.F ALEM. The City of New Orleans vs. IOnls J. Frigerlo. SUPERIOR DI)TRICT COURT FOR THE teparish of Orleoans, No. :1f,974-liy virtue' of a writ of fleor falld, teo me diril.cod by thill honoralhlt thee peitcrior )lstrl'it (Jnrt for the parish of Or'leanne4, in t he o etvle el'ntlllnd aelllte, for city ltaxo4 of 1H71. I will pr i'leods'ic to c ul ait ublile aun'tion. lat thl Moreh'ciitsLI and Aulllletonlloeers' Ex'etllngl. eRoyal etllrel, ee'tw'c' n Cilci cond lCuseaulhou-e ir ,ireete, ic Illn t en'ond Dtirlic't of til1 aIi yor e Mt)NDA Y, Noverner rlt, 11177, at 12 eo'c'lock m,t, the Ifollowing Intcerih'd 1ul'opeirty,' to wit - A CEIItITAIN Pl'col'l'lON( OFt(IIIOUNI).sitnallte i tile Sf ,anl d i tll cicir l' ttiti city, in hi J nle tro nielimeir forty, thounded biy Jiiyol It'aci, Itam llart, lll rrael 'ke4 it6111 i l. (JhldeeY st ,r eif, dle nl l 'te.o .8. loI. nllllllnbor +jix toIn. mal uriee l tll l iritl -two foot front onll ijlyeue rotd by eone hllundreld andi twlenty foot ii d1.epth. Ho'iz.l in tierl aellbove mi tf T'Irille-C- tl on thie KSlot. Ti(OMAH 1t. HANDY, Civil SherilTof thIe PIllTh of Of )rleanls. 0017 Ino 19t The City of New Orleans vs. Patrick ('ollien. SUI'EtRITR IITHTIICT COUIlT FORl THE parisreh eof Orllouet. No, Ho.t,ci---fly vilrtull of Swrit of iherl fel'ish toe le eil lreetnd by tilet hlon ralbl Ie tlho lupcrIr i)stIrlc't Court for thelo lrish rof Orlctllas. 111n the Lthovo enlltitilocd ItillS4e folr ity Ilaxo'. of 1875, I will procIced to sIIl at tepubllic ll l( Ifon, at thee Me.r.haintl4s and Alctioneers' Ex rhllilang, Royall street,. bitwoenl Canel and Cus tonlhlcol e 4Strlot.s In thet Hutoelond Distrlnt of tills tv.y, oll MONDAY. Novombor 19t. 1877, at 12 ),'o-oik m., tile followlag desrlbodel prorerty, lo wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit atcedl ll n tl, First Distrlot, of tills e'it, In sqlelare Iinllutrtr ,ln hundreld landl sllty-two eoulndlerl by (Girod, Maasizlln4e, Cramp and Jull t strolteI Ineslignltteel l.s lots nulmbaers tweltly-elx ilidl weynty-.roven, mtrlasuringt elllty fyoot' front onil (itrod streoet by sixty focet In eI cte h. cetized in theo stbove ult. rl'mrlns-Clsh oil this RSot. THOIMAR H. HANDY. Civil Hhorlftof thie Palrlsh of Orleans. ce17 ni00 il A. W. Moffmtt vs. Robt. Bleakley. JAII"I'I4 DISTRICT (COUIT FOR TIIE plrish leof crl'loll, No. 7032-ily vIritine of ae 'rlit of e l' o e fc'l Io a aihst gKi'nlihle' J. Itie'In list'l t Courti for tclle eLfrillsh of Orl!ellns, in tieh' telrv' ectlltci d ne('ll!', I will prolee to s Ill pulii'. , cleltil. t til o Mohtl t .h anit i and Alnotl ion 'rs' Ex'ainlIege, l(Royal streee tetwce n Ctantl ledt (loeete lic.eauc' stroeots in thie eoe'on.. ih riot of this ity, oill t'A'ITfIilDAY, Neovtem ter 17 1877, at 12 o'elook Ill., thee folleowilg de's'tr ibed roplerty. e( wit A ('EIITAIN I'OllrTION OF GROUND, sit Itled in tice' Firstl ilstrlot of this c 'itv. tIn eu elr nleltree two lcehundr'et mIll e'iglcteeoc. ceune1d'I bty (ir le1Id, (lliCarond!le4oht. lil l l andl St. ealllrlte Mtl'e4'ct. dI'ignrate'e a' m lots nullllicerM4 weolity-oigilt eit(i l Wcrtly-1linco. nlllMilriliK ix ty eot froinit oic (tirorl 4tre''tl bty cce) h1lllcilt 0 l IlIet aellty-M4oveon foot Iln deptll. Holeeee in the ahovM suit. Torras-.l I h on th.l 'v spo1t. T'HOMAH H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Pa'elrish of Orlans. en'17 27 o.e 17 - Workingmen's Bank vs. Pierre Lacaze and .J. 1'. Lozes. rItIRDn DISTRICT COURTIT FOR THE PAR 1 i oh ,f Orlans, No. 24,8.56 (Surnrlor District Court forthe parish of Orleans, No. 26.1l41)-By virtllue of a writ of solzuIrel and sile, dirooted by the honorable, the lait. Sulerlor D)istrict 'ourt for the piarish of Orleans to Eu.ene. Waggaman, lat', sheriff, by said lato sheriff to me transferred, in the abtlove entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at pulic auction, at thei Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street., between ('Canal and Custom hbose streets. In the Second District of this city. on SATUItDAY, Novcmintr 17. 1x77, lit 12 o'tloc'k m., the following dlesrlbted rolelrty, to wit 1. A CERTAIN CORNlER LOI OF GROUND. together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereon, rights, ways privi leans or servitudtles thiereulnto in anywise aip pertaining, situated In the Second District of this city. n t he square bounded by St. Peter nrid iomann streets. :lLronudleetWalk and I'rilir It Ioelt, designlted as lot n llmber onet, and miels uring thirty-seven feet six inches front on St. 'Peter street, by a delpth and front on Roman street of one hundred feet. Ieing the sam'e property whichi the said J. P. Iozs, onI of the dlefelndants t h-rin, acqlired by iuirehase from Hlubert Rolling and others, accordling to an it passed on thll fifth of March. is8;, beforeo I. J. iKer, a notary publie in this .vity. 2. A CERTAIN COItNEIt LOT OF GROUND together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereon, rights. ways. privileges or servitudes thereunto in anywise appertain ing. situated in the Fourth District of this city, in the square bounded by Eighth. Ninth. Chip pwa and Jersey strets. designated as lot num er one of square number twenty-sixa. 1nd meaws uring fifty feet fronton Chippewa street, by one hunldred and thirty foot in depth and front on Eighth street. Being the same property which the said P'ierre Lacaze.one of the defendants heroin, acsuired by purchase from Philip BIn net. Iaceording to act passed on the fourth of May, 1ir7, before William Shannon. then a no tary public in this city. Seized in the aboVC suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of' Orleans. 0O17 26 no6 17 BUCCESSION NOTICES. Succession of Chan. Zlegler. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans. No. 38,x55--Notice is hereby given to the creditors of this estate and to all other persons herein Interested to show cause within ten days from the present notification (if any they have or can) why the account pre sented by Mrs. Katharina Vogel. widow, etc.. and administratrix of this estate, should not be approved and homologated and the funds distributed in accordance therewith. By order of the court. ocl4 17 20 23* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. CONSTABLE SALES. A. E. Billings vs. Jose and Pedro Martinez SEVENTH JUSTICE COURT IN AND FOR k the parish of Orleans, No. 6095-By virtue of a pluries alias writ of fleri facias, to me directed y the Hon. C. A. O'Rourke. Seventh Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled and numbered suit, I will proceed to sell at public auction at my office, No. s08 Magazine street, on SATURDAY Octo ber 27. 1877. at 10 o'clock a. m.. the following proverty to wit TWO GOLD WATCHES and TWO GOLD NECK CHAINS. Seized in the above entitled and numbered suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. A. P. KELLER, oc17 21 27 Constable. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEON QUEYROUZE. OSOAB BOIS, QUEYROUZE & BOIS, Wholesale Grocers, DEALEBBRS IN WINES AND LIQUORS And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE, At the Blue Stores, Gorner Old Levee and Bienville streets, de14'76 17 New Orleans. UNDERTAKERS. HRAS. 0. JONES, JOHN G. BOCHE. Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & ROCHE, 560 and 252 Magazine st.. near Delord. Undertakers and Embalmer.. All business entrusted to the firm will recewlv prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. Carriages to hire. ass to COAL. COAL. The undersigned has on hand a large quan tity of first quality PITTSBURG COAL which he is willinglo dispose of at prices that are in dependent of recent combinations among regu lar dealers. Will take orders during the next ten days for supplying families and dealers. Delivery at purchasers' convenience, and pay ment not required before delivery. All com anateaas e l .T.WAN. ELNIM A. ROCHEREAU & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF ZRVJ & COMPA1NT'S CHAMPAGNE. IMPORTERS OF BRANDIES, WINES, VERMOUTHS, OILS, ETC., b South William St., New York. I16anl IS St. Louis street, New Ofilaas. 1nu19 3Sm PHILIP WERLEIN, NEW MUSIC AND PIANO STORE, NO. 135 CANAL STREET, TOURO BUILDING, 1'HE RENDEZVOUS OF THE MUSICAL WORLD. rhe Headquarters of the Piano and Music Trade of New Orleans and the bouth. The howsn "Worl.in " is ronnwnnf, for Its LOW PRICES AND ACCONMODATING TERMS, an4 or thi HTJPEILIOIt QUALITY of Its Instrumonrts. At his Mammoth Warurooomr can be found in assortment. of 200 PIANOS AND ORGANS, CONSISTING OF THOSE UNEQUALED AND PERFECT CHICKERING Urilght, Squnre and Grand Piano --Thy ol-gant Urlight IIARDMAN Pianos, SThei Stanulard ECTEY Organs. MASON & sIAMLIN and NEW ENGLAND Organs. iRso fifty seond hand Pianon and Organs at prices to suit overyono. Evory netrument sold is fully warranted. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF MUTTCAL INSTRUMENTH. Strings etc., LECOMTE'M and othrer BRABSS NHTIRUMENT'. sold at Wholesale and Retall, at prices to defy all com utitlon. SHEET MUSIC-THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE O8UTH. IANOS REPAIRED. TUNED, HAULED OR STORED AT REASONABLE PRICES. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. GRIJNEWALD HALL, THE LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN THE SOUTH.. GENERAL AGENCY OF THE LEADING PIANOS OF THE WORLD, STEINWAY & SONS, W. KNABE & CO., PLEYEL, WOLFF & CO., (PARIJ,) And the Finest Parlor and Church Organs, Reduced, Prices. Accommodating Terms.. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF Musical Instruments for Bands, Strings, Accordeons, Music Boxes,. At Wholesale and Retail. Speclal Prices to Country Merehants. Sheet Music Below Publishers' Prices, And at corresponding low figures to Professors. Schools, the Clergy and Country Merchants.. TBRIAL ORDERS SOLICITED. ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND CATALOGUES MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS. LOUIS GRUNEWALD, sel Grunewald Ball, 14,16 , 15,30 and 22 Baronne street, New Owlems REMOVAL. REMOVAI.. o ITO OUR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS, FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC. -0 iHaving leased for a term of years the large and beautiful store in the MORESQUE BUILDING, !orming the corner of Camp and Poydras streets, we will take possession of th, same during the MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, -with one of the- LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS -OF FVRNITURE, EVER OFFERED TO THIS COMMUNITY. CONSISTING OF PARLOR, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY. HALL AND OFFICE FURNITURE OF EVERY STYLE, DESIGN AND QUALITY. FINE FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS. AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COMMON FURNITURE, OF EVERY GRADE AND PRICE. -0 In the meantime we will REDUCE OUR PRICES on our stock in Armory Hall to obviate the ,xpense of moving. Parties wishing to take advantage of this reduction should call before we move. Thanking the Public for their generous patronage during many years past, we hope by strict Lttention to business and upright dealings, to merit a continuance of the same in our new Rarters. R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY. N. B.-We will RETAIN ARMORY HALL for our AUCTION MART. mh3 tf FURNITURE! FURNITURE! ALL KINDS OF NEW FURNITURE, SUCH AS BEDROOM SETS, PARLOR SETS, PATENT LOUNGES AND CHAIRS. ETC. For sale at the lowest prices by JOHN BOIS, ................. C p Street....... ...... l JURNITUEK TAXU ON STOBAGE. LiLJIIJLII LAVL I LUL AMAL1 E The undersigned are still offering their stock n trade at lowest rates. The prices of their elebrated CARRE PLANTATION CABINS lave been so reduced as to be within reach of iL. Send for pricelists. W. W. OARBBl 00..