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Why Oese Meene b ell I-Bit.
a e weeSm as acd alIy,
Oprtovsts, October 14, 1877.
SI)MorDemoorat--The writer, in com
with many other Demoorats of this
ity, followed with keen interest
approval the bold, aggressive and
coarse of your journal during the
l and trying period that preceded
Spermanent establlshment of peace.
rule and oonstitutional govern
t throughout our State; and to the
OOHAT is fully conceded a large
Shrg of the credit for the complete
hrow of ladloallsm and the resto
SilQn of law and order to our distracted
But you, sir, allow me say,
before you yet a work that is not
Important to the people of the
and that will require as much
firmness and patriotism as signal
struggle just ended. The In
on of a State administration of
oholoe, and the present honest
tration of the State government
i ausploes are, undoubtedly, a
t blesting and relief, and the
ii appreclate the change- but
an Imperative public duty,
fore us to be done, a work
severely try the patriotism and
tion of a large and honor
of oitisens, many of whom
the brunt of the fierce war
appily over.
S e, it is true, gotten possession
notions and offices of the gov
It but the State of Louisiana is
ruled by a government " trom
le for the people." This fund.
,lemooratlo principle must be
before we shall realise the full
of the benefits that we have the
to expect, and It cannot be re
tiI the people in convention as
substitute, for the present
instrument," a constitution
be of their own choice and
It is the organic law that
tlpon us our most grievous bur
d our Legislatures and State
to a great extent, powerless
relt. They are compelled to
he government on the extrava
ordained by the constitution,
we remove this obstacle, the
party cannot carry out the
which it has repeatedly made
ple. That great party of re
of constitutional principles
Weape from the responsibility
th.s moment, and in the State
lies at its door,
not, It must not submit to a eys
tion and wrong simply be
of its disolples and partl
present beneflolarles of that
t n justice to its history and
sines its origin, it must re
d reestablish here upon Lou
,e principal in its entirety,
Itfl government is of the
for the people-and to you,
, as the leader of Democratic
t in this State we look for
aid in this great Issue.
haps It will be objected that
estions place the work of or
orm upon a party basis--to
I. answered that unless the
lti party of the rtate boldly
t responslbility, and gives to
pie an opportunity of framing
own organic law, we will surely
u to live under the present odious
r - -!-..I-.. - _
e of reform are not self-opera
are practicable in public
'ny when backed up and sue
y organized politioal parties,
now of no organization in this
With the will and the power to re
Ls government except the Demo
_ . Its mission is not simply
possession of the offices, for
honors and emoluments, but it is
the people, and it will aooord
with its time-honored usages to in
and oordially aoocept the aid of all
.. ve citizens in this patriotic
the purpose of the writer in this
a was to show how widely we
parted from the prudent and
Wii system by which theaffaire
late were regulated before the
" when we were a rich and pros
people.
ports of the Auditor of the
Sre -not accesslble to the writer,
that for the year 1855. By that
the total valuation of taxable
in the State was *321,981,889.
present time it is not more than
tuamount, though taxation has
y inoreased. It is true that
the State tax is not much in
o the rate then levied but it
borne in mind that the ktate at
time supported the expenses of
prosecutions, and that while
en now falls upon the parishes
nliesa heavy local tax, the rate of
es remains about the same;
the increased burden upon the
ollowing partial comparative
eat of the civil list of the State
oer expenses for the years 1858
* will show for itself:
44(1H. 1,477.
Gt ovr4 rnor *4.0...... .. 00 $.
rltary of Govor
1.2)0 2.24(0
ro the Governor . :31 772
St eXDOPOne of tho
- r ............. .. 44000 1,
Governor during 1o.,o0
0_ of 1877 .......... ....
o!tal ............ ... $14104o, $21,220
of 1877.......... ............ $o400O
of Lleut4nanot lov)r
(R 188. aout)........ no 3,000
eta............ ......- soon o
S.... 7........ ..................8100
1. 00
O sf 1877.-.. . ..... $,.1.T,
(I f R cTr U fr .of S ate. . $2.000 :13000
eteponren. 51)00 1,5100
A-M stant Boorotary
...... .... to
............ ... . .. .no
3.500
of 1877..................... 8.4
Treasuror 8.. n.10 $3.000
clerk. ..... 2.0(0 2.510
t elpenafoE4 0o0 1.10)
.. r...................$510) $13,4500
of 18i7s.........................$4404
Au{tar......... .... 14.5))) $.,oo0
elerk .............. . 2,000 3,0)0
expenses....... 400 2.00
2,40)0
et bookkeepers - 4,00
to I olerk ................. 1,5)0
altorr............... ... 1.7(50
and porter....... ... .... 20
.. ... ............... ..... ... i
>
tlary of seoretary and other
expensese ................. .,io
otal..................... 2,7(50 7,o0n
9,700
Ex~nsr of 11$7 ..... 5.............. . 4..2150
Malary of Attorney OGneral s,n, $5,000noo
I Amount of oeta sf court to lie
d ratw n b y h im . .. . . . . . 710
S(lerk of the AttornPy General 1,An
AsestJlnt Attorney General . - 9100
$1,515 $10,9M10
Exessa of 177.7 ....7........ . .1 .7500
Hilary of Lbhrarian . .t12 see'
nalarly of Aeis.tnl u Llrarian .. as,
('olnt lngnt explttSi.e ....... . . o0
T otal ..... ............ . 11.211 t2,IM
E xeee of 1l77 ................... S0o.
Salary of HSupremn (Court ll . 5 12,010 $5,90, .
CoJnting nt. exnn ns ........ 1.1 ....
Total ................ ... 125,5(m 1(1,50n )
1Ex'een of 177.............. . .. . m. $,
Salary Rleporter of Rlipreme
Uourt . .......... .... . $1, m $2,0o0
halary of Dislrlt ,lJudge ..... o9,a1w, $1.,.e.o
(3 5ti)
ExneenR of 1077 .................. ..... fron,aoo
Salary of Distrloct Attorneye . s11I,nl L $5,51;
Exoens of 177 .......................... 1S,400
Total. .................. ......... 142,110h, 0,22o
149,1110
Total exenii of 15l 7 ........... . $12a10lo
Appropriation for per dlim,
mileage, continuent ex
uan)eo, etc., of the Lelie
Iature, regular 5e55on,
per .t, No. 4 of eest+Ion.
ets' of 1977, and ants No. t
andl 240 of le555........... $5n ti 10,00
EX.Res of 1177 .......................... . f1,1HXn
total olvil list and expatnse
of the Legislature ......2.. $7,110 5411,22.
227,1191
IExorms of 177. ......................! 11,111,
Add the salatrli of the parlsl,
judIges, as ia }art of the
elivil lilst of 1977, omittnd
from the above...... ...... ..... ,5100
Exoess of 177 .... ............... $759.40
An inspection of the above statement
will Indlctte that a large part of the ex
oessive expenditures of 1877 is due to
salaries and ofiloes fixed by the present
constitution, and from whioh there can
be no relief except by a sweeping
change of that instrument.
Shere are many features in the present
ico stitution that should be stricken
from our organic law, and many omis.
sione quite as injurious, but the re
trenchment of government expenditures
and an adjustment of them to the
pressure of the times Is of the first im
portance. The people of this State are
heavily pressed by taxation, and their
demand for relief can be heard on all
sides. Many are barely able to support
themselves and families and hundreds
have had their roofs sold over them to 1
meet the demands of the tax gatherer.
Heretofore, we laid the distress so
caused to the Radical officials, but now,
there (s no appreciable diminution of
taxes, under a Democratic administra
tion. We may satisfy the people of the
State for a brief period by telling them
that the constitution imposes the bur
den, not the Legislature; but that plea i
will not avail us longer than this win- t
ter, because the Democracy must meet
the issue of a constitutional convention
at the next session of the General As- {
sembly.,
1n annatesi..lan ....l4 ,. ". -.. aLý
In conclusion, permit me to say that
the Democratic party of this State is
now upon trial. The statement above
shows that Louisiana, crippled and Im
poverished as she is to.day, with little
more than half the productive resoarces
she had in the year 1858, is actually pay
ing her public servants for the same
services nearly double as much as she
paid in those prosperous times I!
The Democratic party organization is
not a mere office-grabbing association;
it is the servant of the people, and the
responsibility is directly before it of
making the issue of constitutional re
form and of pushing it vigorously for
ward until the taxpayer shall be relieved
from the unjust burden of an extrava
gant civil service. It must do more; it
must undertake and press forward,
without hesitation, the work of legisla
tive reform, for which there is ample
room, as might be easily shown if your
space llowed,
The Democracy has the power to re
store to the people an economical as
well as an honest administration of the
State government, and if it shrinks
from that duty it will go back upon its
historical record, stultify all its prom
ises, forfeit its hold upon the confidence
and support of the people, and at no
distant period lose possession of the
government of the State.
Respectfully, Taos. W. LawIs.
Got your kid gloves at Kroeger's.
Bead Navra's invitation to the China Palace.
Mgaqnflcont vases and jardiniores, cheap, at
Offner's.
HARD TIMES IN IENGL&ND.
LHonoure Conway in the Oinoinnati Oommeroial.]
LONDON, Oct. 1.-The average labor
ing population seems to have gone on a
strike this week; and unless something
be done to avert it, this will be the most
fearful winter known in England for
many years. Everybody is cutting down
expenses. In London alone there are
42,000 fewer male servants on the tax list
than two years ago. The Durham coal
trade is paralyzed, and the laborers
evicted from their houses are camp
ing in the lanes, and many try
ing to emigrate. The increase of
crime is great already, and that is
an ugly sign in country districts. Many
of the great iron mills have closed,
notably that of the OraWshaves. The
London and Manchester Building
Trades are on a strike. In Ireland
there is a dangerous looking strike
among railway milesmen, who demand
an advance of four shillings over the
fourteen shillings per week now re
ceived, and the removal of an obnoxious
engineer. They are armed and going I
about collecting confederates on all the
branches of the Great Southern and
Western, traveling free, the conductors
being afraid to demand tickets. Things
are in a more unhapy condition, so far
as work is concerned, than I have ever
before known in this country, and the
depression of trade touches bottom to
day with the news that Switzerland has -
adopted a high tariff against some very
important English products.
Bead Navra's invitation to th' China Palaoe.
Get your kid gloves at Krnegor's.
Best plated ware at Oflier's. 174 Canal. oppo
site Varieties Theatre.
HNoeam aim Eas.-At eatlon is olled tothe
Sard of theJammoth 8tablas 10os Qaroade
Isttreer ihot *soo rsc ium~i. r x ll4ust I
".ý,,. .,,d .. .,._ ,. '€. er ýý.ýý ý ý '
mstrwsa.nllts sMamm.Ws.
M3333sp stan.
The it7y of N1ew Orletrna Vas. Mr. Careollne
Nelmns same vs. same; same vs. samte.
tUPElIIOI DISTIRlOT COURT FOR THE
Parish of Orleans, Noe. 75,9o0, IIt e(ta and al17
Dl virtue of three writs of flett Ifal,.n to me
direeted by the honorable the ltuperlor l)lD
trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the
altov. entitled caus.a, for city taxe tof 1574. 1Y7r.
and 1570, I will t ,ic.dt to sell at Uphlht au'tioihn,
at the Mor'ehants andt Anl't.loneelrs' .xllthnge,
oynal strent, ttwoeon C(anl andUti tlaton)lutttt
streets, In the 'ot id 1)istrict. of th.ia ity, yon
TUESDAY, Novontllr 2It, 1l77, at. 12 t'eloltdk in.,
the foliowlnn dgf.rlitd Itroierty, to wl-
A CERIT'AIN IOUAILE1 ()1.R OUI NI). titatctle
in the .4oventh st tlrict of this clty. In aulnr,
nllmber nur h.nt Ihlllndrodl t nd P.xt,, pn, bo tll tld Iby
Zl/nimple, Hthort. Carrollton AveIr.te ,tti 'I hird
sttoets, n.tuaturlagIi two hlumlired inrl seventy
five feet friont on Zinl ilt ftreet by three hIunidi
feet in dept It.
8etend in the aboven alsi.
Terma-s-Cash on the St))t.
TIHOMAS H, HANDY,
Clvil Sheriff of of te Parlh of Orlmeas.
I oe19 no2 20
I MUCCER5IlON NOTICIti.
Suaeeenaon of Mrs. mlllen marnes, deceaced
wife oft Perry iarnel.
FECOND DISrTII('r CTOUIRT FOR TIHE PAIl
SIh of Orl'ans, No. natola-Wherema. WIn.
If. llloy. M. .., has ptltlonted the court for
lttre ors f adminlstration on the estate of thlte
late Mrs. Ellen Barnes, de.ceased. Notite Is
hlereby given to all whom It. may toncern to
show 0truse within ten dayr whym hte rayer of
the saidl petlotioner shull not. be granted.
By order of the tourt.
o010 2.o 2* _ JOHN HERBERRT, Clerk.
Ilaeee~ aon of thas. Eletller.
ýFCOND DISTRItT COURT FOi THE PAR
L h of Orleans. No. u,t.nur,-Notlee is he'reby
given to the creditors of this estate and to all
other persons hertol Interested to show cause
within ton days from the present notification (if
any they have or can) why the account pre
s~nted by Mrs. Katharine Vtogt. wldtow, etc..
tnd administratrix of thitl state, should not
e apsrov d antd lhomologated and the fundts
dIltributed In accordance therewith.
By orderof the oourt.
014 7I of s:t JOIW HERBERT, Clerk.
A CARD.
On and after the lst of October we will have
ample room in the Old Armory Hall for public
or private, ale of all ronlgninmnts of Fu: aiture,
Planos, etc. that may be intrusted to us.
stun urn R. M. &A. 1. J. MONTGOMERY.
BETAI, PRIUIE LInT OF TEXr tOUusg
-ADOPTID 1.T
STATE HOARD OP EDUCATION
FoR us. IN vHB
PUBLIO SCHOOLS OF LOUISIANA.
As accepted by contract with lowest bidders:
FOR 1U58 IN ALL UNGRiADED RLiIiENTARIY RC OOas
Meultfey'R Jlot'tleHtcper ll.r............... is
.aleffey's Firat R.adier .................... 1is
Ou(ife y's ectond RItoler ................ 10
ltGuffey' Third Readler .................. i
eIuffey's tFoulrth leader ................ i
Ion Usa IN WELL OnRADnED LEMIITARn sCHOOots.
indepntldnt 8 ptlllng 1B tk ..... .... ... ao
ndepttntdent Firat Ite lr ................. 20
I onpndetlnt e.t.nu Helder . .........e
Inlependent Third Realer ............. s
L h Doupl nt Fourth eader ................ 70
udependint Fifth iltxaer ..............t ot
ndependent lxth ltedr .................. 1 20
WIllson's Larger ipeller......... ......
Worcester's Primary I)itlontiry no..........
Butler'R Introductory (IGramtnr ........... 20
Butler's Practical Grammar ................. so
Swinttt Clono1 itoltn l................... to
Hart'h ComposhitIon anid Rhetoric ........ 1 nt
ark's Easy Leasons in Lnauag......... so
Maury's Physial ijetgrah, .t............... 1
Maury's World We Live In ................. .t.e
Mitchefll's First Lessons in Geotraphy .... 4
Mitchllell's New I'rimanry (eogritplly....... i
Mitchell's New IntrnledintUo tjtography... 1 sti
Cornell's Ph'ysl.al ttography-- ..........- 1 s
Dlmitry's Ilstiory and Geograttphy of Louls
lana.......... ..... ................
Swinton's Primary History .................. o
Iolmoes' United Htalta ltHistory ..........- 1
It linsnno's Tbiti Boulk 15
Bolinson's Prttgresaive Primary Arithmo
ti .'............................. 20
Rohbinaon' Prtogressllve Intellectual Arith
mtl ........................ ..
Roblnson's Progressive Bulld.iment Arith
metl...................... ..... ..... 40
Robinson's Progressive Prav'tical Arlthme- 1
ti.................. ................ 7
Robinson's Progressive Hlgher Arithmetic 1 to n
oblnson's New Eleimentary Algebra.......1 20 t
Venable's Elements of atotmnitry .......... 1 60
penecerlnn Hystem of P',nmaniship........ 10
Mdoore's Elmen of Hlo tel . ................ f
Martindale's First Lessons in Natural I'Phl
losolhy ................................... Br
tooleet'eaourt.een W",,ks in 8t'lena'o. oac-l. 1 20
tutter's First Book in Anatomy ote........ so
C rt.er's Elemoeu s of General hlstory ..... 1 20
W llson's Fifth Reader.. ............. 1 o0
Catheart's Literary Ireadr .............. 1 no.
8rKgent & May's Etymologlcal Rlealr-.... 1 ats
W orctester's Uomorehenswive 1)itionary.... 1 75
Whitney's EssentIals of I.ngllsh Grammar 911
Johnson & Brown's English Literature.... 1 20
a8ndford's Hig.er Aritihmnotic ............ 25
Webb'. Model Etymology ................... 5 C
Anderson's Hlstbricl ior.ter .............. 1 ro
Peckham's Elementary Chemistry ........ 1 0o
Duff's Book-kneping... ............. o
Bartholomow's Drawing Books. 10 numbors 1 o
For Bale at Annexed Priees by the Follow.
Ins Dealers:
GEO. ELLIS, No. 7 Decatur street.
GEO. ELLIS & BRO., R2 Camp street.
W. E. SBEBOLD, tao Canal.
HEBERT & CO., 59 Chartres.
P. F. GOGARTY, 151 Camp street.
Madame LELIEVRE. 174 Royal.
LAFAROUE & BRIERRE, 107 Royal.
Mrs. S. BUGG. 190 Orleans,
JAS. KIRKPATRICK, o10 Magazine.
F. F. HANSELL. n3 Camp stroet.
HENRY C. ANDREW., 1150 Magazine.
FRANK M. NORMAN, sns Magazine.
A. A. BOHNE, 389 Dryades street.
W. H. MUIR. Pontchartailn Railroad Depot.
H. MUNCH & SON. 43 Washington street.
D. LEECH, 630 Magazine street.
And Booksellers generally throughout the city.
IN QUANTITY TO THE TRADE,
At Liberal Discount, by
Seymour & Stevens,
Wholesale Booksellers and Stationers,
No. 96 COMMON STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
Agents of supply for the following publishers:
D. APPLETON & CO.
VAN ANT WERP, BRAGG & CO.
IVISON. BLAKEIAN. TAYLOR & CO.
J. H. BUTLER & CO.
ELDRIDGE & BRO.
SHELDON & CO.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO,
JOHN P. MORTON & CO.
UNIVERSITY PUBLISHING OOMPANY.
sell5 Im
COAL. COAL.
The undersigned has on hand a large quan
tity of first quality PITTSiSURG COAL which
he is willing to dispose of at. prices that are in
dependent of recent combinations among regu
lardealers. 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
munications promptly answered.
EDGARD BOULIGNY.
004 tf Demoerat offl.e. No. o09 Gravier street.
OHI'A-- LASN.
VINET.
3 ..............C..anal street.............2
Near Rampart street,
[nvites his friends and the public in general to
rislt his store, examine his goods, and satisfy
hemselves that they
Amu 3Mr -a.ea -ag,
ztoms. As ,s u J m15 .°
lMWllllPVr SALlM.
The City of Nliew Orleaws vu. Dominlque
VoresR; same vs, satno.
Q.UPEl JOlIOl DIHTIOT OT o FoiTr FlPR THE
i parisah of Orleans, Nos. 7,4oU.nlli (43,497- Iy
virtl,.e of two writs of flerl fItwl.n, to, mn di
ro'tod by th. honorablo the Hiriorl.r Dlaitrict
Court for thel pariurh of Orloan in the abova
entitltd icausos. br litt taxia of 1174 and 1474,
I will proc,,df 1 to sIll at I c nolie ltion., t lthe
Morlhnult and Anlsionrolrs' UEx,'IhIIng, Itoyal
PI rPoo, hot won r'n i ned a (ht Ifnlllhou) 14 stre'lP.
In tit H'oeontfd flistrlct of this ity, on 'I'IIH
DAY. Novomblor a, (177, at 12 olofnk m., tho f(l
lowing dflfrl'bod pror'rty. to wit-
A CEttTAIN '(OIITI(IN OF (IROlTND, ithft
n.i in the F'ourtlih tlttrift of thie i'ly. in anflllrf
nolrnboer rtghty-lix, hbnllloded by Chilpt ,nW. Ant
nunlintion Harmrony and I'linaMnt sitreets. rden
ILunated aI lots ntInbi r tr wony-f ur n1i,1 t.wen
ty. i.1o, monluring f'orty-fivn foot front on thi
VW Irt. bt y oln hunh'nd rl and Itwont y foot in
betznstl In the ahovo mults,
Teorma- (Iahil on the s tot.
THOMAS H. HANDY
Civil 8herif of the Parish of Orleans.
f'cr. l) 11r.0
Tie (ilty of New Orleans vs. Victor utgen.e
Macart|y: samet Vs. same: name v. nam, :
Pit" Vn. vRRIP.t m4 Vm. seltrP,
11lEl'<)TORI DiI'I'lThit' COUif7'1 FORl 'tilE
I. arish of rI rlota)l, Nos. I944I, 1.I79t,
77.121, H.4l,4.4f, and 4I74-- fly virfuot of five
writs of fjrlo facing, to rnl di roteld by
the honorPlbll tho Hu pororr 1lnl rint, (.ourt for the
parlIh of l()rlans. Il tlhe ahove ontit t fd afu1ses,
for city taxla4 off l 1471, 14771, 1474, 1487
Iand( 114741, I will Dro(eeI 1i) sell at pllthlife
auction, at tho Merlhants and Auftilonnl'rs'
Ex'hlan) go., ltfRoyal .tret, hfetwon (lCanal anld
(CtJllulano l1ouse trffa in t.b HofonlI I)lltrIf.t of
111h oflty, ,on1 TOEIIDAY, Novombhr 4, 1477. at. 12
o'flofk ili., the following donsrflbed pr(o.rtly, tAu
wit
A CERTAIN Pt'lTION OF IIIIOUND, ait
n.ald in the tfonid I)istrlf't of thlis ity in
aolllae nullnbr o1)n huIidral and nilnt'y-oleiht,
)houndf d by St. I'hlilll, i Trullilfs, IItlirtfon
and Clai.forne strfctst. doiMhnateld as lot number
twolty-fnl, masnlrlng flfton rfoot front on1
t. l'(hilip sttreet. by f,fo thuff red anld flve fIestl in
depth.
inlodfl In tho ahove allatS.
T'rl.fls-Caat on1 t he stLt.
TIffA1 II. IANDYV.
(!!vil lhrift of the Parish of Orleans.
The City of New Orleans vs. Husry, Little
& CO.t,
HUPERIOR DITHTRI(CT OUlRItT FOR THE
.tOPrlsh of ()rlofIn4, No. 4141 -By virtflff of a w It
of flerl fnacis to nto diroclod by the honorabi.
the M Iporior listriot C(ou rt for thin ar'sh of Or
linmli, in the abovr entitled fau-n, ffr cit.y taxi a
of 1470. I will frfeeld to ll if l at pu ll ,i a t.ion, at
the Mnlorlhntl. n11 Allftl(oneers' ExchllnnOe.
tRoyal street, Iotwefnn Cn1 and Ctlfolnmhfoul n
streets in the HocondI District of this oity, on
TUIE8DAY, November 4), t 177, at la o'clock 1m.,
thleo fllowlng dosfrlbed J roporty, to wit
A CERTAIN I'OItTION O(I' (OUNI), situated
In the First Dietlrit of this oity, in sIuntre num
ber one hullndred anld twcnty-eiaht. bounded by
Mtgnlno, Lafayette, Poytiras and Foltfhr
atreets, designateFLd as lot nlumber threen.
moalsring thirty-two foot front. on Mauflnno
street by ono hundrnd anti Ilfty-thrfo ffIot in
ioi tlf In the nhove suit.
Terms-- asO h on the soot.
TIIOMAFI T. iHANDY.
Civil lhnrlff of the P'arih of Orleans.
On' 20 noe1
Thi (''ty of New Orleans vs. Mrs. CIharles
Ii. Merritt: mamen vs. sAlllte: Ramllt V. Ramll,.
U-ltli'IiltIlt DIIHTI(II(T (OUIrII FOR THE
f pari.hI' of Orleans, Notl. 77 40)4. 4P);,20 andI 741I-
ly virtuli of thro writ offl fori fflin, to, m",
dlirmfi"(l by 111 tlhon lratlf Io tho yluprlfr Dilstrict
onlrt flr tIf parisf h of Orlfunn,1 In the a)ffbove on
thid '11 llS., for city tax's offi 1874. 1471 and 174s ,
I will prfor'f'dl t soill at ptllhl alltion, at the
Mortrl all llnd Au tioreorra' Exolhan.g. lIfval
f1 r'ft. lftwof'n (an'01l and (lCustonlhousn streets.
In tlht Hfofnd 1)istrlot of this city. on T''TEI
)DAY, Novnmtnabr n,. o477. at. 1 f'cllck m , the fol
IwilnK df's-crihlft Urofvorty, to wit
A CERTAIN .I'OItTIuN OF GROUND, Pit
lat1d in tho Th, ird DliSitrlit of this cilty
Ifluarn numbn r nloven hlunllrol l ani nlnetyv
ivo, Ibou ndl d by Ontiru-a, T'fftl. IltDpyrouo and
tfchrihlav, s ftreets. dnasigntforf asl follows: LotI
nltmblr polovn. formlng Iho corner of O)za11g
mnd 'FT tlt rIts.,la-. rling ono hntlrired ffoot
frlnt on Onzfaga str-t by onl hllundrd and0
eightl f7ot, in fptfll andl front on Tontli trft;:
lft. nutmbh-r twn1vr1, moIsullrlng s.lVrlnty-two foot
front on O()llng slelte by 4one lifihlfrd and
pightmnu foot ill lfpth.
cli.ted in the abovoe stlta.
Terlns--Cash on thll sot.
THfOMAR H. HANDY,
Ciil Shoriff of the Parish of Orleans.
O0l1 201()01
the City of New Orleans vs. J. Ferrer y
Ferrer; Name vs. name. .
QI PEI'TORI I) IHTIICT COURT FOR TIlE
3 pariah of Orioans, NOR. t:.iwno and 70,7ot1-By
virtue ff two writs of lior faclas, to medirecttfd
y lthe honorlabln thet Huprior Uilftrilt, Court.
Inr th plnarish of Orlon.ns, in t1 abov1 etntIllod
aubtss, f r ,'ity taxfs of 1417: andi 1474 I will pro
Iol4, to sell at tpulic alctIl, at tel t Merchalnts'
'n1l Auctioneors' Exihalmnu,,. Ioyalr stroeet be
wcn C(!anal and (Ist.nomhouso st roots, in the
1o00on1l Diiatrlet of this city. on TUEaI)AY, No.
mvcnlblr 4, 1877, at 12 o clock m.. the following de
eribedf pro0ferly to wit
ALL '1 Hs IM1It1OVEMENTI slttuated on a n
ft measuring eighty-four foot by ffrti.y-four
cot, fonrmring Ihf f'orner of Wills anti (rosmman tý
ftroots,. in lho HSeonld District of thlis dIy, in
iquare numba, one. boundodl by Canal, Weflls, 0
;rfsronman and Canal streets.
Holz!d IIn the abhve sultu).
TeIrms-Cash on the apot. a
THOMAA H. HANDY,
Civil Rheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
10)5 20 no
The City of New Orleans vm. Anthony
Peyralt; same vs. same: sanm vs. Anthon
Perralt.
` UPERIOR DIRTRIOT COURT FOR THE
. parish of Orleans, Nos. 77,107, 9,479 and
o449-By virtue of th roe writs of iern faclas, to me
directed by the honorable the Superior District
Court for the Garish of Orleans, in the above en
titled causes, for city taxes of 1874, 17o R and 1$7s.
I will proceedl to snil at publio auction, at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street, tetween Canal and Customhouse
streets, in the Becond Distriot of this city, on
TUESiDAY. November 6, 1877, at 12 o'clook m.,
the following described vroperty, to wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF (7ROUND, slt
uated in the rectond District of this (ity. In
s.uare number one hundred and forty-three
bounded by Barracksr Liberty Esplanade and
Marats streets, tlesignated as lot number six,
measuring thirty-seven foot front on Barrtacks
street by seventy-five feet in depth.
Seizcc' in the above sluts.
2otwlts.
Terms--Cash on the stot.
THOMA HT. HANDiY.
Civil Sheriff of the I'arish of Orlans,
001 20 no1
The City of New Oredand vs. Mrs. x. L. Ie
e~nnu; same vs. same; same ve. Mrs. A. L.
Lecant.
tUPERTOR DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE
1 parish of Orleans, Nos. 77.r25, 90.244,. and
7603-By virtue of three writs of fler facnias,.
to me directed by the honorable the nMue: for
Distriot Court for the parish of Orleans, in
the above entitled causes, for city taxes of
1874, 1875 and 176 I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change. Royal street, between OCanal and Cus
tomhouse streets in the He.ond District of
this city, on TUESDAY Novemhber ,. 177. at 12
o'clock m., the following described property,
to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated
in the Thirl District of this city, in square
number fifteen hundred and seventeeorn. hound
ied by Lahirpe, Broad, White and Lapeyrouse
streots, designated as lot, number one, form
ing the e rncr of Laharoe andt Broad streets,
measuring sixty-ni ht feet, froDnt on Laharie
street by one lun llretd an Ive feet in d. pt.h
and fr nt on Broad srects.
Seiaed in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the soot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
nue 20 no06
The City of New Orleaus vs. Peter Patter
son: same vs. same: same vs. same; same
vs. Rsame; same vs. same.
6UPEItIUR DISTRICt COURT FOR THE
I oa1rl of Orl:eans, Nos. 11,009. 55,072
71r 307, 404 anid 6s)9--y virtue of five w-its of
fler fan'Ias, to nme -irc"ted .a y the honorable the
Huperior District Court for the parish of Or
leans, in the ah',ve entitled causes,. for city taxes
of 1871. 1$73. 1874. 1871 and 1876. I wil proceed to
sell at pubic auction, at the Merchants an i
Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street. b-tween
Canal and tustomhouse etreets, in the Second
District of this city, on TUESDAY, November 6.
1877, at 12 o' lock m., the following i iscribed
proper'v. to wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sift
uated in the First ' istrict of this city, in esquare
number four hundred and nineteen hounded
by Melpomene, ,Ulara, Willow and Felicity
streets, deelansted as lots number one and two,
meaur ng sixty-four feet front on Melpomene
et~reRet by O hundred ifet In depth.
fteledn abo-gI,
SUVUOtAL AWV SaTflBMZt.
*IMMI1rIPPLr MALeIk.
le e lty arof New Orll'et.a va. Mrs. Caroliln
Maoldler: same vs. name: Ranil' vs. same;
E same vs. same. ; tanme vs. Rtlname; nanm vs.
y sname; Man vs. s, am;n: nal. vs. name;: sam
i vs. same; name V5. name; name vs. same.
et iUPFiIOt DIHTRICT (O(URT F(OR THE
o t parisbh ofOrleans, n os. 4t101.10,400.17 1164,15,661,
6, 1611 6r71. 11.7 ,,4, , 17,:1, 74.,I , 91.33 1I, I an 11 1Y0 -ly
virtue of +'lnven writs of find faldna, to me
a direoted by the honornble the uterllor J)istriet
. Court for the tarish of Orlreans, in tho ablove
4- ent tied aOInse, for city 1TAxo if 182. R1161 114(4
I. 14R, 117. I 7, 1 87, 1.71, 1871, t474, 1176 anl 157. 1 will
Lproeed to sell at plthlie Iln('tio, at the Mor
t- chantn and Atlolioneer' Exchanger , lioyal trIot,
ra bI tween Uanral antld ustontllouLe' strI.rnt i' tfhe
SI Hnond lDistriot of thins eity, on TUE$HI)AY.
s- Novoember r, 1H77 at 12 o'olook m., the following
- derlbed r ropr rty to wit-
A (ELNT AIN I'o(TION OF OmI0 UND sitlua.td
n in the First District or this ('ity in t(1arelll no l
bar two hundred ajid eiahty-lour, fouti'ld by
liampart, illi'lty. Eu erpe and lianin ar rrot.
dePsinatedI a lot lt I llmhr ilix. mIleasil rlth irty
two foot front on Itampart s'treet by ninlety
Reven foot in depth.
81.0l7nd in tiloe ahev suitn.
Terms --( ash on the spot.
Ie THOIAMR HI. HANDY.
: Civil Hhirlf of til P'arish of Orleans.
6. John J. Catellano.s Agent, etc, t, v. Joseph
+ I)nril.Ul and i'!nrre (Santeron.
(7 10U1THf DIH'rTiOT COURlT FOlt THE PA I
e h 1 of Orleans- No, 44,r0I--ly lvirttue of an
ortdr of sale dated (I,'tober A 1877. to me direteid
h by the honorable the Fourih i)lstrlit (iColrt for
tie parish of Orlnans, in the athovn enttled
nause, I will proceed to sell at pulblic, altion, ,on
tlthn mpremisesn ha.reaftr designateld, on HA'i'illt
D4Y, Ontobnr 20 1577. at 11:= O'clncek a. m., the
" ollowing dWnor0id propertV, to wit-
' THE CONTENT8 OF A O!FFEE+-H1)17F,
Sltut ed at thoe ,,rnlr of liampart and To'null
istro t. Non. 121' and 181 Nolrb Rt1amar tmtrti t,
ill thlie Hecond Dlistriot of this e'it . as per Inv ou
totr Whbl il may ben en inl my ofl0.
Slrovlionatlltly snizl int the tabove' alit.
r Terms--Bash on the Ptnt.
n THOMAR If. HANDY.
S !lvil Hioriff of the Parish of )Orlansl.
r,'8 13 III
Joseph Ran and ieorre HNerrle Commls
sionnern, e(tc., vs. Theodore Meoks.
SECOND JU II ,IA I. I'4TifT1T COURT FOIL
the Sixth and evwent.h Mun lri pal Distrits of
the parish of Orhlean. No. 933-Ey virtus of a
writ o(f Illri falnsR to nme direoted tv tihe
F. honorable tl Hee fco,.ndldilal District Court for
t ilte Hlxth and seveinth Munfl'itlal DIltrlet1s of the
Sparish of Orleans. In the above etIltlld
'atuse, I will prt'eoed to sell at publlbi nu'
i Llon, at the Mrrc'thantls and Anotot,nrurs' Ex
it change, Iloyal strent, between Canal a1nd Cus
stoornhouse streete in the Heond Di-trlct of this
o ity, on HATTfiJD)AY, October 21. 1877, lat 12
n o'clock m., the following idesorirud propt.erty. ti,
wit
1, TWENTY-FOUR LOTH OF GROUND. seit
tI hated in the city orf Carrollton (now New Or
- leans), in the Darish of Jefferson ((now (Orleians)
V in this Mtate. doilgnated 11 tile numbtler two
r hundnll anlld sixteen A which i houlnded hy
,h Ilurdete. Washilnton, *Pllorteenth and iForsnhny
Sstitetsr. ieasluring in the aggregate thrne hun
dredl feet on Pe cIi 1I satd Ptreets.
2. ONE SQ UAIE OF (I~RIUND, situllted, in
Carrollton (now New Orleans), tld(ignrlltted by
the nutlb Ir two hundred and sixteen C, hountted
by Berlndoltte, Burdette, lForshoy and FouIr
toenth str('nti. mlnsurinfg in the alggrPgatelt
more or Ins+, seventy feet six in''hes front (ion
F'ourtteanth street, three hu drelr feet front 4,n
Ullrdete strneet and three flun!drd and. three
feot four inIloes front on BDrnlontte sntrLnet.
Being the sarme property acqllired by thell de
fendant herein by puroalime from l. IMillandon
and wife's theirs'n the t twelfth Iof May. 18(;9.
S HMollnd In thre above suit.
Tnrms--Cash on the spt;t.
THOMAS I. IIANDY
Civil Bheriff of the l'arish of Orleans.
IMll 209 oc00 20
Joseph Rau and George Herrie, Comml.
lsoners, '17l.. vR. Theodore Moeks,.
EOONID JUDICIALI D1II'rTT COUitT FOIL
h thi Htixth and 4ovenlth Munti',ll 1)istri, o(If I
thn parish of Orleans, No. 2,-- ly virtul. ofawrit t
of fl.rt fau'las, to 1n1 dlrltIld by the honorral I
the Hoconid Judicial D)istrit'. Court for the Hlxth I
and Hlvelth Municlpnl DI)R r+ts of the Irlrih of I
Orleans, in the llb ,vo entitled aitusln, I will pro
oeuedlto Rsll at phlic nauction, atl the, Merchants J
and Aud'ttonwas' EX'lxcIanIge, Jloyal I 'street, ,1- 1
twelln ((Canal (1and tUibtnIhtulso1 01 rootS, ill the
Second District of hlis oity, on HATURI)AY,
OctcIter l0, 1i77, at 12 0o'clok in., the following f
desicribed property, to wit -- t
1. ONE Q(U.ARE OP IOF ROUND. situated in t
Carrollton (now New Orleanl) in the parish of s
Jefferson (now Orleans). in this SHttet d.sig- t
narnd by the n(umter two hundnred and elghte'Ien
Ii, bound by Hllort. Canal Avenue, Forshny and t
Flfteenth streets, and monsures three hundredl
feet on 'each oIf Canal Avenllbe and Short stretl
by twro hundrld and Roveonty-live feet eal'h
on F nd or Fih t nth stfl reets.
2. TWO OTIEIL HS9UAIE8 OF OJROUND,
situated as aforemsaiod, detignated by thile urn- -
tl'rs two hnrell d and sixty-e'ight A ani two
ihundred 1and sixty-eight B: rluaJre twohuIndred
and sixty-eight A is bounded by Canll Avenue
Short, Hixtgornth and 8trloelItt streets., and
measureos three hundred feet on each of Canal l
Avenue and Short street, and two hundred and
seventy-UOv felt on eaclh of Hlxteenth and
Htrooelitz stretrts; square number two hundred
and sixty-eight B is bounded by Strooelltz.
Short. Canal Avt nlul and Washington streets,
atnd mneasures one hundred annd forty-nine feot
tlree inches one line front on Canal Avenue,
one hundred and thirty-four feet trn Inchil1(
I hree lin- a front on Short street, two hundred
and soventy-flve feet frort on 8trooelitt strelet S
and wo hundred andt neventy-eight feet e'leven
inheos two lines front on Washington strot
shell-road, a small portion of whlbh squlare
may bet in New Orleans.
H-iznd in ihe abohve suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THtOMAs H. HANDY. 1
Civil Sheriff of the I'Parish ot Orleans.
sL19 28 0;9 o 20
Euaebe Recgllo v. Marie Helene Grilffin.
F 'IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
I' ish of Orleans, No. 851s7-By virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale, to me directed by the hon
orable the Fifth District Court for the parish of
Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will pro
coed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, be
tween Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District of this city, on SATURDAY.
October 120. 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following
described property, to wit
A LOT OF GROUND. together with the build
ings thereon, and appurtenances hereunto be
longing, situated in the Stecond District of this
city, designated by the number five, in square
number sixty-nine, bounded by St. Ann, Or
leans, Robertson and Claiborne streets, on a
plan made by Bougerol, late surveyor, dated
twenty-fifth October, 1825, and annexed to an
act excelted on the nineteenth November, 1825.
beforre H. Pedesclaux, then a notary public in
this city; said lot measuring thirty-one feet
eleven inches five lines front on St. Ann street,
the same width on the rear line, seventy-three
feet two inches one line in depth on the side
nearest C aiborne street, and seventy-two feet
eleven inches four and three-quarter lines in
dep'h on the side n'arest Robertson street.
Being the same property which the defendant
herein acquired by purchase from the widow
and heirs of F. Zambelll, per act passed before
Abel Dreyfous, notary public in this city. on the
thirtieth tSptember. 1873.
Meized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
sels 27 oct9 20
Jean Pierre Guenlvet vs. Leopold Gul
chard et als.
F-IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans. No. 843:--By virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale, to me directed by the
honorable the Fifth District Court for the
parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause,
I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
street hb tween Canal and Uustomhousý' streets,
in the Sec, nd District of this city, on SATUIt
DAY, Oct ober 2o. 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the follow
ing d' scribed property, to wit
A LOt' OF GROUND. slt.uatd In the Third
District of this city of New Orleans, in Fau
horrg Clount, in the square bounded by Louisa,
P1'ety Moreanl Ian Clara or Greatmen streets.
raid fot is designated ty the number seven on aI
plan made on the twenty-elghth April, 183R, by
Guiurard. Deputy State Surveyor, and annexed
to an act of delivery of legacy. executed before
C. V.Fouon. notarvpublic, on thetwenty-ninth
of tray, isas. according to which plan said lot
of ground metasures, in American measure,
sixty-four feet five inches front on Lorisa
street, the same measure on the rear line sepa
rating it from lots numbers one ant two of Eaid
plan, one hundred and twenty-two feet six
inches in depth on one side on the line sepa
ratinu it from the property of Mr. Masicot, and
the same measure In depth on the other side
line, separating it from lot number six of said
Dlan: together with the house and all other
buildi gs and impreoement. thereon, appur
tenanoee thereof, right,ways, privileges, servi
tndee and advantage thereurato belonging. I
41ot exeeopti or r ýLon.
UMERlijp MALUs.
The Clty of New Orleans vs. Mleh4
Wolsh; same vs. same: same vs. Michael
WalsI: same vs. sallmie; gino i. s, M.,e
t-trlsh of (rleans, Nou. 1i. I.nI, tl2t8, 76. S
91.414 ant1 l1,215l-liy virtue of live write of fle
f0cias, to ume directed by the honorable the MU.
perlor DIstricu Couurt for tho parish of Orlelants
In the above Orntitled 054u50,, for city tiies of
1471, 173,. 1174. 14.7 lnrul 174;. 1 will proceed to
sRll at pu tllbli ii iutlon. at tlh Mer'hantrs and
Auttloitirar' ExT'liII.ng. IJ',Vl stret hetwee
Cinal mi) O(rt f nbouf, strbots, in th Ste.rl.
JirIol, h If tide iltv, on TIUEHDAy. Novem
ber 2, 14'77. at l' i,lio+'kk m., the tollow in
Iilr.riltd riotorrt. to wlt
A CHJLTAIN P'OIITIt'iN OF GROUND, sit.
uatdI in the Fourih Dis itrlt, of this city, .n
IRllare nllllnliRIer forty-iw', hounded by Ainte,
o0ltieal ans. Josphi, nlo lrm lH.. 'I hornma trents,
iosiCiol.ted $ts li4 t Iitil)I5ci- frillr. f llaeuOtin'g
thilntylg hIf feet rroit, e Adi.l Str,,,t by riro
ihuw,/rd iuni tlhirty-nlri feet in dr'pth.
Helnd in lthie ibvo mults.
Terms- Cash on taie l.pot.
TFMARR IT. HANDY,
Clvi Sherlff of thhe Parish of Orleas.
0(115 tsno 2e
The City of -New Orleans v., Wde-ir
William Dantdid.
UPEI'ERIOR DIH IHiICT COURT FOlR rn
.J parlih of .iOr lontis, No. R4,214--fy vitrte of
a writ of flerl fr.nolas t me directr.d by the hoi
ora.bls the Supelrlr b)strlst Court for the arish
of Orloans, in thi Itbove entitled cause forr city
taxe rof 1871, I wwil proeedtl to aall at public
toln, at the Merelhiant and AuIttio nenrs'
hange. Rtoyal street, between (anal and Otu..
tornhouse streets, In the Recond Disrlct of this
,ry, on TUFJ4DAY, Novemrber 20, 1477, at 1i
o'Ii<k nm, the folowldg desribed proBett,
to wit-
A (JEIRTAIN PORTION OIF oROUIND, sit
uanted in the Hixt.; listrlct of this city, n itnLEd
numtber nni hlundrol and slxty b, ound. :y
Lo,uisianaAve.,ie. Laurrel, Conrtnee and Tole
lanostreots,. dmeslKnat.eld as lots numbers seves
'o twelve, tnea.lejr og one hundred and seventy..
fly, feetI front on lc llsianra A An ilnI by one hug.
ilrdl unil twenty fout inl depth.
SH17/d In the above sult.
Termls-Cashi on the spot.
THOMAH H. HANDY,
Civil SherilT of the Parish of Orleand,
0011 no0252
Thie City of sew Orleans vs. Mrs. WilI.i
HarlRis; sRm' vs. samle: lar vs. tua e
4 UI'NIt.IIOt tIHT'TlIU' "Co(oIlT NP
pB arish of Orleans, Nos. 50,rw841, I i
:ll-Bly virlen of threnewrits of flire
tue dlrtnO I 1by the honorable the Huperor
tilet. Court. for the parish of Orleans,
lhiove entitild (taulSt', for city taxe of
147R and sis7,. I will promeed to sell at
nution, at tihe Merchants anrd A~u tioneert
thaung, IRo Ial street, between (anal and.
tolinhousie stroots, lit the HMeond District of t
city, on TUEHDAY, Novembet 2o0, 1577, a
o'clock m., the following dlesIribed property, t
wit-
A CEFiTAIN POITITON OF GROUND, sit
nated in the Filrst Dlstrit of til's 'itT, hI squtar
nurnmbor sevenrtv-one., bounded by olhoup-ltoqu
Ina. Erato. Ht. Thom5,n. (lalnonle and AnllnaU
tin rtroorts dlesignated as lot.s numbere thti
andl four, irrreasuring sixty-follr feet frnt O*
T"ihollltoulrins stIreet by ono hundred ahdl
I went y-e'ght, fnt in depth.
Hrin~l ihi the tlaove srits,
TOrrne---Crlih on the s Aot.
THOkMAH i HANDY,
Civil SPhiriff of the 'Parih of Orleans.
reli9 nl2 210
Carrollton Insnrsnre Company v
W. Evens.
qECOND JUDICIAL DIS'TRICT COURT V0.,
the tilxth and Heventrh Municipal Dlistri
of the ,arish of Orl ans,. no. -l-Iy virtue of
writ, ,of hlri faltas, to In- direuctd by the hofor
aublin tihe Hryond Jurli,'ul Dibtrict Court for
Hlxth and Havntill Munleipni Districts of
parish of Orlnus,. In the above entltled cause,
will prortlceed tl, sell at. publin auction, at t
Mir~lhantts anl'Auttlonacers' Exchange, Royld
st ,ot, bhetwn Canral and Cstmnemhouse stre
in the Hcoonil Disti let of this Pity, on HAT I
DA Y, Octbter 20. 1477, at 12 o'clock mn., the Io
lowing <,scrltbd iProIpIrty tIo wit
TWOC) CEITAIN LI'i' OF GRIOUND, to
gcther with all the It Ildings arnd irmprovemeolft
thereon,. situaited In Carrlltiin (now New Or'
loans), in the parish (i Jefferson (now(Orieab)
in this State, anil ii' ignni'rt by the numb.,s
ninr anld aon. in sijniare numbn, r flfty-fout
two). boundnd lby JilTy ,cson. 8, .iat. Fifth a.nd
Loonidans streets., 'ar0 rrlini to I plan by C. A.
•iodin, arcntittcr No. 1174, In flho olffles ofr T. 0
Mtark. notary public in New Orlans. Said lots
(ij In 'la'h other, anii measure olath thirty feet
front on Jeff.rson strict by one hundred anl
twenty fort, between parallel lines. lot number
ton forming the corner of Jefferson and Fifth
streeots bing tho sanm ptroperty acquilre
the '.ltendant herein from.Whlow L. Milsrd,
hy acts before C. C. Porter. notary public, on
the fifth andl t enth of September. 1846.
Meiz, d In thile aover suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Otleans.
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By the Sherif of Pointe Coupo..
8UCCEHSION 8ALE
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iUGAR PLANTATIOM IN THE PARISH OP'
I'OINTE COUPEE.
SALE ON NOVEMBER 3, 1477.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE, PARISH
COURT.
IUCCESSION OF MIRS. M. L. ROSA "DI- .
TIhEIIAN.
No. 615 of the docket of said Court.
OT VIRTUE OF A COMMIHSION ISSUED
[ in the above entitled and numbered surer
sion by the honorable the parish court in and
for the parish and State aforesaid, and to me
directed, I, the undersilged sheriff of said par
inh of Pointe Coupee, will offer for sale by pub
lie auction, and according to law at the door of
the court-house of said prish of Pointe Conpee.
on HA'I URDAY. November 3, 1877, at 11 a. m..
the following described property depending on
said succession. v'z -
1. A SUGAR PLANTATION. situated in said
parish of 'ointe C(oupee State of Louisiana, on
the right bank of the Mississippi river, meas
urlng on said river . 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-five arpents, more or less, o
the upper line; said plnnatlon t.ing bounded
above by lands formerly belonging to the sUe
cession of Zenon Porch"t and below by lands
belonging to Mrs. Fanny Richer; and extending
back to the lands horeinafter secondly described,
and containing about 7I;s os acres in area. The
same to be sold together with all the mules
thereon (about twenty-four. and all the farm
ing utensils,seed cane and stubble can, and all
the buildings and improvements on said plan
tation, comprising a sugar-house and purgerryý
with engine, machinery, kettles, etc., two dwellB
ing-houses and outhouses, a s'able, a harrl, a
blacksmith's shop, a cane shed and thlrtsme
double cabins.
2. A TRACT OF LAND. also situated in said
parish of Pointo Coupen, on False river, meas.
uring on said river a front of eight arpents,
more or leas, by a depth of about torty arpents.
bounded on the u per line by lands belonging
to Dr. L. L. Ladmirault, and on the lowerline
by lands belonging to Michll Mcihel and Dr.
L. L. Ladmirault; the said land extending hack
to the lands above firstly doesribed, and con
taining in area about 36o.Wr4 acres. The same
to be sold together with all the avpurtenances
and improvements thereon, consisting of a
one-story and basement dwelling-house, out
houses, fences, etc.
The said two tracts or plantations to be
offered and sold sepaýately and in the order
aforesaid.
Terms and Conditions-Ont-third of the pur
chase price cash, the balance in three equal an
nual instalments,. payable at oue, two and three
years from the day of sale; the purchaser, for
said credit balance of the purchase pri'e, to far
nish his notes drawn by him to hi4 own order
and by him lnd,,rd l; said notes to )bear inter
est at the rate of eight per cent rer annum from
said day of sale till final payment, and to be
secured by special mortgage and vendor's priv
ilege on the property aforesaid: the act of mort
gage to contain all the usual clauses, such as the
wact do non alienando, five per cent attorney'a
fees in cane of judicial proceedings, the insur
ance of said sugar house on said plantatliI and
the transfer of the policy thereof to the executor
of said successlon and all other customary
clauses. With the priviitge 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 Coupe Parish.
For examination of plans of the property and
for further particulars. appýy to
ARTHUR DENIfS
oc9 tno3 No. 104 Canal street, up stailm,
PHILIP HiRSCH,
0 0 01l2,,. s t
10,, 6 , , 8 aad i0 North Peter street
silo ý )y - tý.

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