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SHER3FF NAL1E . The City of New Orleans vs. John Rappold. SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans. No. 91,702-By virtue of Swit of fleri fitoas, to me directed by the hon ofale the Superior District Court for the parish Sorleans, in heabove entitled cause for city es of 1875, I will proceed to sell at public ani on, at the Merehants and Auctioneers' Ex ae, Royal street, between Canal and Cus ttmhouse streets, in the Second District of this 31 on TUESDAY. November 27 1877, at 12 o)lock mi.. the fodowiag desoribed property, towit 1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated In the Firs Distriet of this city, in suu are num r one hundred and forty-five, boundedby shaazine, Race, Constance and Orange streets, , s.inated as lot number eleven, measuring ity-for feet front on Magazine street by one un-1 feet in denth. LTWO 3CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, sit nated in the Fourth District of this oity, in uare number eleven bounded by Levee. nth, Water and Sixik streets, designated as folow: Lot "C," forin the corner of Levee had Beventh streets, measurina twenty-six feet fronton Levee tre by slxt7-eight feet in depth On Seventh street. ot "D," measuring twenty ve feet front on Levee Street by one hundred and thirty-seven feet in depth. sized fn the above suit. Terms-Cash on the sOppt6 THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. oo00e nole 27 The City of New Orleans vs. Robert Rich horn; same vs. same; same vs. same. jSUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans, Nos. as sil 81,474 and ac5 0y virtue of three write of ier facial, to me eotd by the honorable the S perior District rt for the parish of Orleans, in the above tied causes, fr city taxes of 1874, 1875 and 18e, I will proceldd to sell at. publio suction, at e erchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, jopa street, between Canal and Customh,'use 4ete.t in the Second District of this city, on U]ES.DAY. Novembh r 27. 1877, at l' o'clock m.. following describ d property, to wit A CERTAIN PORTIoN OF GROUND, sit uated in the First Districtof this eitygn sqluar muber four hundred and thirty-four bounded GDyasquet, Palmyra. Derbigny and Claihorno| streets, designated as lot number three. mecls lring twenty-live fet front on Ga.lnquet street by one hun.dred and six feet in depth. .1.sed in the above suite. Terme--Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. .C2s no0S 27 The City of New Orleans vs. Helr MagRdn lena Rittor: same vs. same' samne vs. same: sante vs. heirs Margaret hitter; same vs. Joseph Iitter. SUPERIIOR DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans. Nos. 11.356, 59,277. 75,294, 16,016 and 10.323--By virtue of five writs of fleri faias, to me directed by the honorable the Supo rior District Court for the parish of Orleans in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1171, 1873, 1874, 1751 and 1876, I will proceed sell at public auction, at the Mer ants and Auctioneers', Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets. In the ond District of this city, on TUESDAY, ovember 27. 1877, at 12 o'olook m., the following deribed property, to wit A CERIAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit ulted in the Fourth District of this city. in qluare unumher one hundred and thirty-one. pounded by Constance, Third. Magazine and Cond streets, d slgnated as lots nuiinmlrs eleven and twelve, measuring sixty-live feet front on Constance street by one hundred and W -nty feot in depth. s.ad in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spot THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 006. nol a27 te City aof New Orleans vs. John Weber; same vs. same: same vs. amine. OR DItITRIOT COURT FOR THE of Orleans, Nos. 73,925, 91us s and virtue of three writs of fleri facis, to by the honorable the Superior Ct Court for the parish of Orleans, in the lntitled causes, for city taxes of 1874. ls75 L will proceed to sell at bublio auction, Sreobants and Auctioneers' Exchange. L tret, between Osnal and Customhouse , thSecond District of this city, on A, November T7. 1878, at 12 o'clook m~, ingdescribed provert, towt AIN LOT OF rOUND situated in et District of this city, in square number dred and thirty-six, bounded by Maga oepfarre, Delord and Constance str,,es, trd as lot number nine. measuring feet front on Magazine street by one and thirteen feet in depth. in the above suits. isns-Cash on the spiOt. '.HOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sherl' of the Parish of Orleans. 00. n .alo 27____ City of New Orleans vs. Wm. J. D. ilcox: same vs. John Davis Wilcox; Ssajpe vs. Widow J. D. Wilcox. ERIOR DISTRICT COUIIT FOR THE erish of tOrleans. Nos. 74 007. 1,0667 and 8791 virtue of three writs of flcrle favla., to me di d by the honorable the Superior District t0rt for the parish of Orleans, in the above en ed uses, lor city taxes of 1874. 1875 and 1876, W:llproceed to sell at public auction, a' the erehants and Auc`tioneers' Exchange, Royal t,between Canal aLl Customhouse streets. e Second District of this city, on TUES INovember 27, 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the fol described propert y, to wit KTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit in the First District of this city, in square br three hundred and forty-eight, bound Sy iliope Liberty. Howard and Clio streets, esgnated lot number nine, measuring thir Sfet front on Calliope street by one hundred -dlfty-nine feet in dce, h. i id in the above sueIs. rms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 006 nolot 27 City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. Jere -Inlah O'Connor: same vs. same: samne vs. s ame: atlme vs. saltle: allue VS. samit'; same vs. saim'. 0UPERIOI DISTRICT COURT FOR THE sh of (ricans, Nos. 1777. 10,481, r5.571, 1, 90419 and 7733-By virtue of six writs of facIas. to me dire tod tby the honor'ale,lhe rior Distrlict Cou rt ft ir the pa rish of Orleans. Sith bove entitled causes, for city taxes of 170,1871,1873, 1874, 1875 and 1876. I will proceed 0 sell at public' auction, at the Merchants and otioneers' Escilane. Royal street, between , aland Custoumnouse streets, in the Sec.,nd striet of tlis city, on TU LEoqAY, Nov',mh,'r Lf77. at 12 o'clock m., the following described pert to wit- .- ',CERtTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in Fourth 1)ist rict of this city, in squar nuumi one hundred and eleven, tounded vy r ee ld. Laurel. First. and Constance streets, d.s -.r ated its I,'t number i .t11. inetisuring thirity front onil Second street by one, hundred ft in depth. - red In the above suits. erms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 0026 nolo 27 City at New Orleans vs. L. Madison Day. - IED DISTRICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans. No. 24.854. formerly No. 5 of the Su1 erler District Court--by virtue to writ of tliri ftcilas, to me directed by the orable the Third District Court for the lsh of Orlcans. in the above entitled cause. - -r city taxes 'of 1474. I will proceed to sell at oblicauction. at the Merchants and Auntion ,Exchange. Rloyal street, between Canal and stomhouse streets, in the Second District of city. on T'Ets)AY. November 27. 1877. at 12 k:. 1[ m., the following described property. yr Wit 1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. with the ,. buildin s and improvemenisuthereon. situated in the First District of this city. in the square bounded by Carondel't. Common, Baronn' and .,-tiiravier streels alnd designated by the numbter Io .e on a plai drawn by C. A. Hedin on the tWenty-ninth of January, t1;3, and deposited as lan number two hundred and thirty-four. in office of Theodore (uyol. notary, for refer ie. Stid lot forms the corner of Carondelct Oommon strlets and measures twenty-two one inch li\e lines front on Caronletet t. one hundred alnd twenty feet in de'pth ont on Comrlion street. eighty-eight teet iehes four lines in depth on the side ad tng lot number two, thence on a diagonal aning towards Gravier street a further of eleven feet five inches six lines, and -e a further depth of twenty-two feet seven four lines on a line parallel with Com street, and thirty fe't eloven inches four in width at the rear. fronting.on a common leading from Common street to Gravier - CERTAIN SQUARE OF GROUND. sit in the Sixth District of this city, in number forty-five, bounded by Perrier, Ia, Eleanor streets and Nashville Ave 'measuring two hundred and forty feet on Perrier street by three hundred feet JUDIOKAL ADY1mS EZ tT. S3111B . SALEM. The City of New Orleaus vs. H. C. Wey mouth: same vs. same; same vs. same. QUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE kJ parish of Orleans. Nos. 79.099. 79 100 and 10,974-By virtue of three writs of fitri lacias, to me directed by the honorable the Superior Dis trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes. for city taxes of l184 and 1878 I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets in the Second District of this city, on TUESDAY November 27, 1877, at 12 o'clock in., the following described property, to wit 1. A CEBTAIN SQUARE oF GROUND, sit uated in the Seventh District of this city, in square number two hundred and twelve, bound ed by Green street. Carrollton Avenue, Dublin and Sixth streets, measuring three hundred and one feet front on Green street, by three hundred and twenty-five feet in depth, 2. A CORTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the Seventh District of this city. in square number two hundred and twenty-five, bounded by Seventh and Green streets. Carroll ton Avenue and Dublin street, designated as follows: Lots numbers twelve and thirteen, each, measuring thirty feet front on Seventh street by one hundred and fifty feet in depth; lots numbers fourteen to twenty-five, each, measuring thirty feet front on Seventh street, by one hundred and seventeen feet in depth. Seized in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAB H. HANDY Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. oc26 no10 27 The S'lty of New Orleans vs. UorrelU, Gayle & Co. ; same vs. same; same vs. same; same vs. same. 1UPElRIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE Lparish of Orleans, Nos. 89,as 51O9 8s4,845 and 3243-By virtue of four writs of fleur fa(ias. to me directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the abovA entitled causes, for city taxes of 1873, 1874, 1875 and 1876. [will proceed to sell at pubile auc tion, at the Merchants andi Auctioneers' Ex change, Royal street, between Canal and Cus tomhouse streets. In the Second Distrit of this city, on TURS DAY,November 27,1877, at 12 o'clock m.. the following described property, to wit TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND. sit uated in the -First District of thils city, in square number one hundred ant fifty-eight, bounded by Calliope, Magazine, Camp and Poeyfarre streets. designated as lots numbers twenty-five and twenty-six. measurilng fifty-one feet front on Calliope street by one hundred and thirty two feet in depth. Seized in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the vsot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. oc26 no10 27 The City of New Orleans vs. John Wilson: same vs. same; samLle vs. same. 1 UPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE t parish of Orleans, Nos.74.945. 93,140 ands99s0 By virtue of three writs of fHler facias, to me di roeted by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1874. 1875 and 1876, I will proceed to sell at public auction. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse stre, ts, in the Becond District of this city. on TUESDAY. November 27, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following described r r,trty, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit uated in irI Thlisd District of this city, in square nunmber one hundred and sixty-four, bounded by Royal, Spain, Washington and Dauphine Streets, designated as lot number one, forming the corner of Royal and Spain streols, meaur ing thirty feet front on Royal street by eighty feet in depth and front on Spain street. Seized in the above sults. Terms-Cash on the snot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of tilhe Parish of Orlearus. oc26 nh 1O 277 The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. Richard Dowling; same vs. same: same vs. same; same vs.vs. same. SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans, .os. 36.087, 50.218.68 098,o 81.270 and 536-By virtue of five writs of Abri facias,to me directed by the honorable the Su perlor District Court for the parish of Orleans in the above entitled cais gs.for city taxes of 1871, 1873. 1874, 1875 and 1878 I will proceed to sell at public auctiqa "'at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Excpb ge,. Royal street, between Canal and Cus mhouse streets, in the Beeond Distriot of this city, on TUESDAY, November 27, 1877, at 12 o'elock m., the following described property. to wit A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the First District of this city, in square number two hundred and fifty-five, bounded by Dryades, Triton Walk. Baronne and Calliope streets, designated as lot number twent c-eight, measur ing seventeen feet front on Dryad s street by one hundred and seven foot in depth. Seized in the above suits, Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. oc26 not1 27 The City of New Orleans vs. James Smith; same vs. same; same vs. Jos. Smyth. QUPElRIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE k parish of Orlbans. Nos. 73.(wl4, 92,06 and 5912 By virtue of three writs of fleri faciHs, to me dl reeted by the honorabl + the tuperior District C!, pturt for the parish of Orleans, in the above en titled causes, for city taxes of 1574. 1875 and 18736. I will proceed, to sell at public aucttion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal st ot, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Semonud District of this city, on TUESDAY, NoVember 27, 1577. at 12 o'clock m.. thye following descrited property, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the First District of this city, in square number three hundred ahd forty-four, bounded by Liberty, Howard, Perillist and Lafayette streets. designated as lot number nine, measur ing twenty-six feet front on Liberty street by one hundred and five feet in depth. Seized in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. C002 nol1 27 The City of New Orleans vs. Jacob Wein gartner. SUPEIIOR DISTtlUT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans, No. 92.440-By virtue of a writ of flIri facia.s, to me directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the varish of Orleans. In the above entitled cause, for city taxes of 1875. 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 TUESDAY, November 27, 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the following described property, to wit 1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit piated in the Second District of this city. in lquares numbers four hundred and sixty-four and four hundred and sixty-five, bounded by St. John, St. Philip. First streets anti Bayou St. John, designated as lot number three, measur ing one hundred and twenty feet front on St. John street by two hundred feet in depth 2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GRIOUND. sit uated in the Second District of this city, in square number four hundred and sixty-six bounded by Bayou St.John, Hagan Avenue and Washington street, measuring two hundred and four feet front on Bayou St. John by three hundred feet in depth. Slized in the above suit Terms-Cash on the spot. THUMAR H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 0026 n0lo 27 A. B. Seger vs. Southern Mutual Gas Light Company. FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PA rish of Orleans, No. 780o--By virtue of.a writ of fleri facias, to me directed by the honora ble the Fifth District Court for the parish of Or leans, in the above entitled cause 1 will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street. between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on SATURDAY, October 27. 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following described property, to wit ALL THE RIGHT. PRIVILEGE, FRAN CIIISE AND IMMUNITIES of the Southern Mutual Gas Light Company. defendants. apper taminig to, originating in or accruing from: 1. Its act of incorporation, under the general laws of the State of Louisiana. before Edward Barnett. late a notary public, July 11. 187). 2. The ordinance of the city of New Orleans, No. 1F.;9. Administration Series, July 23, 1872. 3. The contract entered into by the Mayor of the city of New Orleans, with the said Southern Mutual Gas Light Company, in conformity with the said ordinance, by act before Andrew Hero, Jr.. notary public in this city, July 27, 1872. 4. Amended charter of Southern Mutual Gas Light Company. by act before Andrew Hero, Jr., notary public In this city. November 13, 1873. 5. Amended charter of Southern Mutual Gas Light Conipany, by act before Andrew Hero, Jr., notary public in this city, June 24 1875. 6. 'Iho act of lease and franchises between New Orleans Gas Light Company and Southern Mutual Gas Light Company, before Andrew Hero Jr., notary public in this city, July 16 1875. 7. The purchase by said Southern Mutual Gas Light Company of B. Sloper's patent. Nos. 123. 062 and 12,o0, by aet before Barnett. late a notary public in this city. beised int- above suit Termn--O"b on the seow 01,11 JUDICIAL ADVIRTIIZMUINT . HBERIFF SALES. Workingmen's Bank vs. Pierre Lacaze and J. P. Lozes. 1HIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR Ish of Orleans No 2 a,NHo (Sunerior District Court for the parish of Orleans No. 260.41)--Dy virtue of a writ of seizure and snle, directed by the honorable the late Superior District i Court for the parish of Orleans to Eugene SWaggaman, late sheriff, by said late sheriff to me transferred, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets. In the Hecond District of this city, on SATURDAY, November 17. 1877, at 12 o'cloa m., tho following descrlbed property tootit 1. A CERTAIN CORNER OT OF GROUND. together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereon, rights, ways privi leges or servitudes thereunto in anywise ap portaining situated in the Second District of this city, in the square bounded by St. Peter and Roman streets. Carondelet Walk and Prieur street, designated as lot number one, and meas uring thirty-seven feet six inches front on St.. Peter street, by a depth and front on Roman street of one hundred feet. Being the same property which the said J. P. Lozes, one of the defendants herein, actuired by purchase from Hubert Holling and others, according to an act paoesed on the fifth of March. isa;, before It. J. Ker, a notary public in this ity. 2. A CERTAIN CORNER LOT OF GROUND together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereon, rights, ways, privileges or servitudes thereunto in anywise ap ertain ing, situated in the Fourth District of this city, in the square bounded by Eighth, Ninth. Chip petwa and Jersey streets, designated as lot num bor one of square number twenty-six. and meag uring fifty feet fronton Chippewa street, by one hundred and thirty feet in depth and front on Eighth street. Being the same property which the said Pierre Laca.e, one of the defendants herein, a-qnuirod by purchase from Philip Ben net. accordling to at passed on the fourth of May, 16s7, before William Shannon. then a no tary public in this city. Soezed in the atbove' suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. THCMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the PaIrish of Orleans. Oc17 26 noS 17 Geo. A. Hero vs Thomas M. Anderson, LIFTH DIST]RICT COURT FOIl TIlE parish of Orleans, No. 8410-By virtue of a writ of seizure and satic. to me directedt by th, honorable the Fiftl D)istrict Conlrt for the ptr pish of Orleans. in the- above ,entitled outts.' I will proceed to sell at publie auntion. at the Mirchants and Aulcttionenrs' ExIrehatlge. Itoyai street. between Calnal lind( Cllstondlihitst st rets,. in the Second District of this itv. on MSA''UlTt DAY, November 17. 1877. at 12 o,'ºck il., the fol lowing descrilbed propert y. to wit A CEilAIN I'IEIE eOR PORTION OF GROUND, together with the buildings atll inm provenments thereon, and nil righits, ways. pri viloges and appur.ttnalnles,. sH:tttated iil hlii Sixth Di)striet of this city. in squnare ntmnlter sixty-three of Faub urg ltouligny, and whlich is bounded by St. Charles (former ly Nayadets)i I'itt. Valence and Bortleaux streets ; said por tion of ground fortms the otrner of St. Chtrlt 's and BorTeeauix streets, aIn Pitt alnld IBordteatx streets, andit measut1res one1 hlllundredl feol front on St. Charles strteot, a like front of one hun dred f-oet on sHld Pitt .treet by ia dept'lh t111i front of two hundrted feet, ot sttid B]orldolux strott. between parallel lines. inllg the sHlll, property acqutliretd by the dtefentlntt helrein Iby turcehaset from Etlwtrild (. Palmeor its pt'r itt' tfore Andrew Hlrn,. Jr.. notary puItli: tn this city. ,Iated January 1:. 1877. Seized In the above suit. Terms-Cash on tht spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Shoriff of the l'artsh of Orleans. 01or 26o 1n07 17 CONSTABLE SALES. The New Orleans Manufacturing and Building Company vs. Maximillan Catoire And others. StECiND JUSTICE COURT COURT FOR the parish of Orleans. No. 10.530--By virtue of a writ of alias led facias, to me directed by th l Hon. John McCormick, Second Justi, e of Iie Peace in and for the parish of Orleans, in the above stated suit, I will proceed to sell at pub lie auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' fExhange, on Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY, November 5, 1877, at 12 o'clock m. ALL THE RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST of Maximilian Catoire in and to the following described real estates, acqulred by him under and by virtue of an adjudication made to him by the Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans on the twenty-fourth September 1877. ONE CERTAIN LOT OF dHOUND. situated in Jefferson City. in the parish of Jefferson. in this State, designated by the number eighteen of square number fifty-three, bounded by Pry tania. Perrier, Berlin and Milan streets on a lithographic plan deposited in the ofce of Adolphe , azureau, late a notary public in this city, a lithographic copy of which plan I- an nexed for reference to an act passedbtefore Paul F. Laresche, late a notary publ'* in this city, on the third of April. 187, purporting to be a sale of lots by Joachim Kohn to Jacob Lagensteln,. which lots meeasure thirty feet front on Perrier street by one hundrol feet in deptll betwe'iin equal and parallel lines: together with all and singular the rights, ways, servitudes, privileges and all other advantages thereunto bel inging or in any wise appertaining, without eXexcvtion or re'servation. Being the same property eo quired by purchase by the late Jean L. Catoire f om said Joachim Kohn, iy act ilasseqil lefore said late notary, laul F. Laroche, on October 20l, 181;9. Soized in the above stated suit. Terlns-Cash on tlheo spote. o0'5 26 nos M. RUSSELL. Constabl-. Felix Boucher vs. Mr. and Mrs. William Berrill. FIRST JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans, No. 52s3-By virtue of a writ of fleri facias, to me dire't, d by thee lion. J. Paris Chillress. First Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Orleans. I will procc-ed to sell at public auction on TUESDAY, thee sixth clay of Novembner, 1877, oft 12 o'eloeck In.. in front of my oftf'e,, No. 1as Julia street, the following described Iprojpertiy tee wit TWO CEIITAIN LOTS OF GROUND, to gether with the uildlings and inijroveteienits thereon, and all the r Slgts, ways. privileges iandl appurtenances thelsriicnto belonginlg, situated in the Fourtlh District of this eity, in the sqliare boundedl yv St. Mary street, Felicity rend, it-li gicus and Rousseau streets, and dlesignalted Iby numbers one and two on a plani drawn by II. Grant, Inte surveyor, under date of May :I. 1874, and deposited for refercnsce in the offile of L. R. Kinney. then notary public in the parish ,of Jefferson, in this State. Said lot number one forms the corner of Religious and St. Mary streets, and measures e'ighty-ilv(e feet nind inchles front on St. Mary street by one hundred and forty-four feet four inluhes seven lines in depth and front on Religious street and one hundred and twenty feet in dephth on the oppo site side line dividing it from lot number two. and five feet threes inches in width in the rear, where it is also ,hounded by lot number two: and the said lot number two measures twenty-seven feet five Inchel five lines fronton St. Mary street, at, like width on the rear line, where it is houndled by lot num ber seven, by a dlepth on the side line nearest Rousseau street, dividing it from lot number three, of one hundred and twenty-seven fcet ten inches five and a half lines, and on tihe op posite side line depth from St. Mary street of one hundre-d and tweny' feet: thence it runs at right angles up to Religious street flvce feet three inches. and thence it has a depth and front on Religious street of nine feet six inches and one-half lines up to its extreme rear line' and the dividing line from lot number seven; being the same property acquired by d.efIendant herein. Wnl. Berrill. by ipurchase from Valen tine Willleln, Jr., per act ptassed before Andriew Hero. Jr., notery public in this city, on the six teenth day of September, 1875. Seized in the above entitled and numbered suit. Terms-Cash for a sufflient amount to pay claim of plaintifT. forty-six dollars and ninety cents, interest and costs of suilt. JOHN F. WOOD. 0C5 6 15 26 no 6 C Cons able. DENECHAUD'S RESTAURANT S Carondelet Street, near Canal. Having thoroughly repaired my Restaurant. I desire to inform my friends and the public that I will re-open on MONDAY, the 1st of October. I will continue the fixed prices per meals, and will receive boarders on moderate terms. Boarders and transient customers may rest assured that my cooking and the attention of my waiters will not be surpassed by any other restaurant in the city. Thankful for the past favors I have received from the public, I will endeavor by a strict at tention to my customers to continue to deserve their kind patronage. Private rooms up stairs for private dinners. Orders forBalls and Soirees respectfully soli cited. E. F. DENECHAUD, Proprietor. se30 lm DENTISTR Y. J. L, WALKER, D. D. ., . 180 i.D rd brne*, Y3t . JUDRIIAL A.DVR lTl.iMENT5. SHERIFF SALEM. John H. Wilberding vs. Jacob Krdekel. FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans, No. 8553:-By virtue of a writ of stizi ree 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, between Canal and Customhouse streets in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY November 56 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the following described propertv, to wit A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the buildings and improvements thereon. rights ways and advantages thereunt6 Iblong ing. situated in the Quartlir,Daunoy Faubourg Washington, Third District of this city, desig ,nated by the number nine of souare number iaghteen. comprised within Urquhart. St. Ferdinand, Girod and Port streoots on a plan drawn by L. H. Pilie, surveyor, on the twenty first of December. 1844, deposited in the offlle of Jules Mossy, notary public in this city; said lot forms the corner of Urquhart and St. Ferdinand streets, and measures twenty-nine feet five inches two lines front on the former. by a depth and front on the latter street of one hundred feet, all American measure. Being the same pro tery acquired by the defendant here in from plaintif herein as ter ac't passed before Joseph Coln. notary in this city, dated tenth September. 1889. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Oct 16 26 no~n John R. Clay vs. Mary Corlls, Widow of Mumford Perks, IIFTH DIRTIICT COURT FOR THE PAR ' islh of Orleans, No. 5.572-By virtue of a writ of seizure iand senle, to me directed by the honorable the Filth District Court for the par ishl of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal sltr ot. between Canal and Customhouse str'etts. in the Second District of this city, on tATUR DAY, November 17, 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the fol lowing rleserihedl property, to wit 1. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND. to gether with the buildings and improvements Iheoron, situated in the Fir-t District of this city. in iloe squallre boullnded by Annunciation, (onl4t.ln'e. Melice'rte (now Erato) anti (liennie (Into t Ilarthloomew) streets, and designated as iots nulmbe'rs one and two on a plan drawn by Ketting & Lafarrel, eivil engineers, on the eiglhteenth of March. 1ss3. and deposited in the otlc'n of W.J.Castell, notary public in this city: said lots atijoin ea'll other and nlmeasure twenty feet tien inches eaOl(h front oil Itartholeomew st relt. twenty-two feoet eleven incihes two and a hi'f l nesa n the re'ear line which divides them from the old Ftallourg Faulelet; said lot number one htas a deipth of one' hundred and seventy ni no feet one- inch five lines on the side towards A unllcneiation stre et, and a depoth of one hun ,reed and sixty-nine feet six inches live lines on thee dividihlg line of lot numbcer two. and said lot number two having a depth of one hundred and sixty foot live lines towards Constanee ,treet, on the' dividing line of lot number thiree, iaceoditng to said plan. Which property was piurclhiatsed by the delendant he're'in from the sulccession ol Johnll Corlis, asc appeatrs iy an net passed on the twe'ntleth July IPfl., before W. elhntnon. late' a notary pulltlic in this city. 2. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF (I(tOUND, with all the buildings and improvements thereon. situated in the same Dlistrict and square as the abover described property, designated as Icta numbetrs three ntnd four on said plan drawn by Keating & Lefarrel; said lots adjoin each other and htave a front on Bartholomew street of twenty feet ten Incihes each attld twenty-two feeot eleven inches tweo and a half lines on the relr line, which divides them from the old Fau boeurg SHaullt. Il,,t olinbler three having a depth of one hundred and sixty feeot five lines towards Annunciatioen street, cn the dividing line fromn lot nlllltr two, and at depth of nce lihundreot andt filfty feet four inches six lines from the dividilng line of lot numbter four. Lot number four havring a depth of one hundreed aind forty feet six inches seven linees towards Constantce street, on the dividling line. of lot number five (Anmeri clln mcnellure), ac'cording teo said plan. Whllich said propeert y was a'cquired by de.fendalnt here in by means ofee an act of partltton Iasse(l be tween her and PI'eter Corlis and John Corlis, on the twenty-eighth June, 1853, before W. J. Castell. notary publie in this city. a AND TWO CERTAIN LO t'a OF GROUND. with all the buildings and improvemuents there on, situated in the same district as above, in square number ninety, botnded by Annuncia tion. Constance, Erato (late Melicerte) and Gal- nnie (lite Bar holomew) streets, and desig nated as lots numbers flve' and six, on said plan drawn by Keating & Lafarrel; said lots adjoin each other, and have each ca front on aionnie (late Bartholomew) street of twenty feet ten inches. and twenty-two feet eloven inches and two and a ha-f lines on the rear line. which separates them from the Faubourg Saulet lot number five having a depth of one hundred and forty feet six inchies and seven i'nes towards Annunciation street, on the dividing lin of lot number four and a depth of one hundred and thirty feet t1 n inches and seven lines on the dividing line, cf lot number six, said lot numbero six lhaving ca depth of rne hundred and twenty onet feet three, inches and one line towards Con stance street, all Anmerican mrasure. Whi'ch said I pceorty was a"el ired by the defenldant heerein from Patrick Gallaher. as aopears by ac t passed on the tweouty-secontd of Otother. 1t;4. beforer said notary. Sharnnon. Seized in the lhovee suit. T'erlns--(jash on tihe spot. 'TH11MAS I . IHANDY. Civil Sheritf of the Parishc of Orleans. (ccN 2d 1o7 17 By the Sheriff of Pointe Coupee. SUCCESSION SALl -OF A SUGAR PLANTATION IN THE PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE. SALE ON NOVEMBER 3, 1577. STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE. PARISH COURT. SUCCESSION OF MRS. M. L. ROSA DES TREHAN. No. 658 of the docket of said Court. B]Y VIRTUE OF A COMMISSION ISSUED in the above entitled and numenlred suiirces sion. by the honorable the parish court in and for the parish and State aforesaid, and to me directed. I, the undersigned sheriff of said par ish of Pointe Coupee, will offer for sale by pub lic auction, and acording to law at the door of the court-house of said tparish of Pointe Coupeo. on SATURDAY, November 3, 1877, at 11 a. in., the following described property depending on said succession. viz 1. A SUGAR PLANTATION, situated in said parish of t'ointe Coupoe. State of Louisiana, on tie right bank of tlhe Mississippi river, meas uring 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, on the upper line; said plantation being bounded above by lands formerly belonging to the suc cession of Zenon Porche and below by lands belonging to Mrs. Fanny Richer; and extending back to the lands hereinatter secondly described, and containing about 768 08 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 cane and all the buildings and improvements on said plan tatin, 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 c.ibins. 2. A TRACT OF LAND, also situated in said parish of Pointe Coupee, on False river, mea.s uring on said river a front of eight arpents, more, or loss, by a depth of about forty arpents, bounded on the up.ier line by lands belonging to Dr. L. L. Ladmirault, and on the lower line by lands belonging to Michel Michel and Dr. L. L. Ladmirauit: the said land extending back to the lands above firstly described, and con taining in area about 36).54 tacres. The same to be sold together with all the appurtenances and improvements thereorn, consisting of IL one-story and basement dwelling-house, out houses, fences, etc. The said two tracts or plantations to be offered and sold separately and in the order aforesaid. Terms and Conditions-OnA-third of the pur 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 nish his notes drawn by him to his own order and by him indorsed; said notes to bear inter est at the rate of eight per cent per 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 pact de 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. Por'exstnination of plan* of the property and for further pariJolae to - 043AiHITR AUfTIOW bALJN. By R. B. a B. J. Montgomery. IN THE MATTER OF THE MINORS Mo KAY. ONE CHEST AND TOOLS, ONE GOLD *ATCH, ONE RIFLE, ONE PARLORI BUIT. OIL PAINTINGS, SIDEBOARD, BED-ROOM FURNITURE, ONE UPRIGHT PIANO. AT AUCTION. Second District Court forthe Parish of Orleans No. 39,e1. BDY B. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY - R. M. Montgomery auctioneer-Will be sold on SATURDAY, Oc.ober 27.1877, at 11 o'clock a. m at Old Armory Hall, 87 Camp street, by virtue and in pursuance to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated October lo, 1877. Terms-Cash. oc17 21 26 27 SUCCESSION OF MARIE ANTOINETTE BIA MONTE. DECEASED, WIFE OF R. W. OGDEN. Second District ourt for the Parish of Orleans No. 39,493. BY B. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY-R. M. Mont B omemy, Auctioneer- Will ho sold on WEDNESDAY, November 7. 1877, at 12 o'leock m., at St. Charles Auction Exchangeo rotunda St. Charles Hotel by virtue end pursuant to an order from the lon. A. L. Tissot. Juldge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated September 6(;, 1877, of the docket of said court A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. with all the buildins and improvements thereon and a'p purtonances thereof, situated in the Second District of this city. In the square hounded by Royal, Dumaine. Ft. Philip and Bourbon streets. having, American measure,. 49 fooeet inches 6lines front on Roy;.I street, 130 feet 2 lines deep on the lines toward St. Philip street 66 feet 10 Inches 4 lines deep on the li ne toward Dumaine street; thence running at. a right angle 15 feet 7 inches 4 lines toward St. Phillp street* thence running a further depth of e:i feet 1 inch 5 lines, and thence m:, fort 5 inches 2 lines in width in the rear. Which property was acquired by said Mrs. Ogden in and by an act of partition with her sister, Mrs. PodroI, Cu sachs, passed before Edward G. Gothsehalk, notary public in this city, on the 18th day of May. 1859. Terms-Cash. oc7 2(. 31 no7 AUCTION SALES. By Nash & Hodgson. NEAT DOUBLE FRAME COTTAGE, NO. 447 MELPOMENE STREET. Between Magnolia and Clara streets. COMFORTABLE HOME4,AND GOOD INVEST. MENT. ON LONG CREDIT, AT AUCTION. BY NASH & RODGHON-W. I. Hodgson, Auctioneor-Offici No. 13 Ca rondolet st rooeet On SATURDAY. October 27. 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, will be sold THAT NEAT DOUBLE TENEMENT FRAME COTTAGE RESIDENCE. slate roof. No. 447 Moelomene street, between Magnolia and Clara streets, (square bounded by ThalIa street.) con taining together eight rooms, cistern, etc.. all in very good order and repair. and yielding $s a month each side, or $192 per annum, and rented to prompt paying tenants. The lot No. 9 is will filled, good banquette, and the lot measures 31 by 10o feet, all mre or less, American measure, as per plan at place of sale. Terms-One-third cash: balance at one and two years, with .ight p r cent interest and all usual cliruses. or more cash and shorter time, or all cash, at purchaser's obtion : $200 totbe paid cash on the spot to bird the sale; taxes paid. title guaranteed flrst-c ass. Act of sale before O. Morel, notary. at the ex pense of purchaser, including taxes due and exigible in 1878. o 0014 20td HOTELS. ST. CHARLEB 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 merchan's and planters will find this reduction especially sulied to their patronage. a first ,class elevator being attached to the house. 8se23 :ed TREMONT HOUSE, Corner Tremont and Church Streets, Galveston, Texas. sBISA at ORFILA, Lessees. (Formerly of the Grand Southern Hotel.) The Palace Hotel of Galveston. This elegant Hotel, lately completed. i M JcTOT OP.NT -FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC Being built at a cost of $4oo,000, it will be first class in every respect, with all the latest im provements, ELEVATORS, ELECTRO ANNUN CIATORS, etc. -WITH BATH ROOMS ON EVERY FLOOR. We therefore take pleasure in soliciting & CONTINUANCE OF THE PATRONAGE extended by the commercial men to the late Grand Southern Hotel. SBISA & ORFILA. Lessees. Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel. ANTcnowo SBIsA, Ja., Chief Clerk. y27 em UNDERTAKERS. CHAS. 0. JONES. JOHN G. BOOHE, Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & ROCHE, 250 and 252 Magazine st. near Delord. Undertakers and Embalmers. All business entrusted to the firm will receive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates, carriages to hire. a2se iv COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEON QUEYROUZE. OSCAB BOIB. QUEYROUZE &d BOIS, Wholesale Grocers, DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUOBB And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE. At the Blue Stores,. Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets. del4 '"i 17 New Orleans. GOLD GREAT CHANCE TO MAKE money. If you can't get gold *you can get greenbac.ks. We need a person in every town to take subscrip tions for the largest, cheap st and best illus trated family publications in the world. Any one can become a successful agent. The most elegant works of art given free to subscribers. The price is so low that almost everybody sub scribes. One agent reports making over $15o in a week. A lady agent reports taking over 4o0 subscribers in ten days. All who engage make money fast. You can devote all your time to the business, or only your spare time. You need not be away from hozi, over night, You can do it as well as others. Full particulars, directions and terms free. Elegant and ex pensive outfit free. If you want profitable work send us your address at once. It costs nothing to try the business. No one who engages fails to make great pay. Address THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, se2o em Portland. Maine. J'AMB LINGAN. A Wris AND a ONrLWE AM LAVw IECRH.ICS AND TRADESR IN8fl. ANCE COMPANY, No. 14 Carondelet Street, EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT. Nsw ORLEANS, Septomber 29.1877. In conformity with Article 12 of the Charter, this company makes the following statement of its business for the year ending August 81,1877: Fire promium-s .............$111,688 42 River premiums ........... 40.884 59 iMarine premiums.......... 12,07 22 Unearned premiums, Aug. 31, 1876 ..................... 40,000 00-$204,641 Deduct unearned pre miumn , Aug. 311877...... 40.000 00 Returned premium s ..... 3.097 41- $48,097 41 Not earned premiums ...........01. $54l 8 . Less Fire losses ....... 44.9238 River losses ..... 18.889 75 Marine losses.... 4,961 59 Unadi'ted losses. s.0o0 oo-$76.,83 72 Re-insurances... 17,314 49 Rebate, 15 8 cent. 10,175 19 Taxes and license 4,950 00 Expenses...... . 29.187 47- 61,827 15 $138,460 87 Less interest ............. 39p.40 oi- $94,0e0 1 Not profits .............. $62.618 61 ASSETS. Bills receivable for premiums and loans on pledge -......................870.091 15 Cash ................................. . 15,645 73 Premiums In course,,f coll;rion ...... 16,927 A5 Invested in bank, insurance and other stocks, bonds, etc .................... 69,494 !, Real estate ................... ........... 11.669 4 Stock notes .............................. 49,896 Total ........ .......... ........ .... 22 The above statement is a true and correct transcript from the books of the company. LLOYD I. COLEMAN, President. JAMEu A. WatT~ . Secretary. HTATE or LoUIsIANA; City of New Orleans. I Sworn to and subscribed before me, notary public. this twenty-n i nth day of September. 1877 EDGAR GRIMA, Notary Public, The Board of Trustees, at their annual meet Ing heold on the 24th inst., resolved to pay l per cent interest on paid in capital, and de c'ared tweuty per cent dividend on earned pro miums, both of which will be paid on full vaid stock. and credited on stock notes in part ead on and after the twenty-second day of October next. TRUSTEES. Hugh Allison. G. P. Harrison, J. H. Aliin, J. Davidson Hill. S. D. Autey, M. Johnson. Isaac Bloom, Robt. L. Moore. J. A. Braselman, H. J. Mullan, Sam Boyd, John Meyers, John D. Cobb, Edward Naile, J. E. Campbell. Emile J. O'Brien, W. L. Cushing. M. Pfeifer, Lloyd It. Coleman, D. L. Ranlett, G. W. Cary. Geo. W. Sentell. Temple S. Coon,. W. B. Thompson, J. M. Franker bush. C. W. Wood. PBen. GOrsot Fred Wing. P. G. Gitl!rt. T. S. Waterman. s0., Im FACTORS AND TRADERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, 37............Carondelet Street ............ t I Paid up Capital, $1,000,000. Assets April 80, 1877, $1,282,908 68. ISSUES POLICIES COVERING FIRE, BIVEm AND'MABINE RISKS -AT LOWEST TARIFF RATES. ED. A. PALFREY, President. JNO. CHAFFE. Vice President. THOS. F. WALKER, Secretary. John I. Noble. T. Lytt. Lyon, John Chaffe. Samuel H. Boyd. Richard Milliken, Joseph McElroy, J. I. Warren, Wm. J. Behan, R. T. Buckner, B. F. Eschleman, Sam'l Friedlander. Wm. C. Black, A. A. Yates, Chas. Chaffe. John I. Adams. L. O. Jurey, Isaac ScherOk, Wm. Hartwell. R. M. Walmsley, C. J. Leeds, A. H. May, A. T. Janin. S. H. Snowden, Jos. Bowling. A. M. Blekham,. ee FOR SALE. BUGGIES & CARRIAGES. THE UNDERSIGNED IS STILL AT HIS Old Stand, 85 Carondelet street, And will sell carriages and buggies for a loOer price than any dealer in the South for the ne sixty days to come, to make room for a new stock. Will sell lower than any dealer in tbh city for CASH, or thirty, sixty and ninety days acceptance, to suit the emergency. N. B.-I have exclusive control and sale of the celebrated Emerson & Fisher top and no top buggies.that cannot be surpassed for beautf.s., elegance cheapness and durability in thi' United States. They are manufactured of the best material; patent wheels and axletrees. steel bows, very light and yet strong, oil-tem pered English steel springs-all fully guaran. teed : all of which will besold in accordanceit1 the times. I have also a large stock of CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, from $7 up to t40; a full assort ment of VELOCIPEDES. and the square JAP ANESE UMBRELLAS, new style and water proof. Call at 35 Carondelet, and examine be fore buying elsewhere, and save money. Again, I have exclusive sale of the work man ufactured by Messrs. McLear & Kendall, -o Philadelphia-the largest and most successful builders on the continent of America. Ther send their goods to every city in the Unite States; have many established repositories. well stocked with the finest work, over the counn try, and build 2000 and 3000 jobs a year. This work is the very best quality for wear and eo fort, fully guaranteed for twelve months. Th firm has stood all the financial eruptions a panics for twenty years, ~hd to-day is far in vance of any establishment in the country. P. S.-I also buy largeli of Messrs. Dart & Bey nolds of New Haven, Conn., the young and en. terprising successors of G. T. Newhall. They build about sixty jobs a week-work that ean.! be surpased for durability and finish, tullni guaranteed. Call at as Carondelet street. and examine. aus L. T. MADDUX. PREMIUM BONDS ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOB BALb IR SUMS TO SUIT. LEGISLATIVE WARRANTS Purchased by A. LIMOBD. ass No. 5 Gallier (loha t EQUAL TO THE BEST. Marais Street Steam Brewery: ............aras streat... . l ......sa Bset. en O= . and S Ial Bstws.eoesaga~lt. Lor,