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MAYOnALTs or New OnLtAN, Otty HaIl, November 9, 1877. [No. 4l92-Ademifstretion Series.] L rdt nrlic for thee pament of the aserer soooanib therein named. e it ordained.That the following appropriations ead afire hereby made forthe month of O.to S18i77, and that the Administrator of Publhc Ut warrant on the Administrator of Fi -- in payment of the same. 1[grkey. ifr building and repairing in thte First, Third, Fourth, Sixth and b Dietriete, as per contract, e1678 78, less Soent retained 81510 88. new bridge sat corner of Broad and streete, Delord and Baroane streets, L*a oad Baronae, $199 8_ aronnew briAe t ilterseotion of Har. ampend Ninth streets, $72. - lealn- and pavlng streets in the First usea Distriote per oontraot, 64188 .4, tea per oent reta g56se 48. leanming streets in the tixth and Seventh e u per oontract, $98t 67, less ten per tgneiBed, W 18. . nOurlfor buildtng and repairing bridges in Sjeond District, as per coatraot, $W16 66, less cp sent retained, $875. to bridge on the aronddelet OCanal, at ,,e street, $90 54. ding new bridge, eorner St. John and Afvnue 0I 98. l Qiennen, ior oleaninl streets and repairing ljdl iW g bridges in the Fifth District, as per Sa etp, 041 66; less ten per cent retained 8375. 11U talser, for eleaning streets in the Fourth er contract, $1000, less ten per cent I ergint for oletang and paving street -M Tied Distdet, as per contraot, $122 12 ; cgYts er sent retained, $1100 25. W. enry, for paving streets in the Fourth a a per contract, $100, lesse 10 per cent $90. y, for running draining machines of e ustt seotion, as per contract, $791 06; less ten Wr a.Ot retained $712 80. Sam Burehleld, for running draining machines : e second seotion, as per contract, 8600 60; / sis tper cent retained, $600. C' . Connors. for running draining machines Sthie third section, as per contract, $891 00; less n pea r cent retained, $352 50. Gsad total, $12.7' 48. S dpted by the Uouncil of the city of New Or I s, N ovrember 6, 1877. S ea.-thrown, OCaanac, Denis, Diamond, Ed + gds, Mosafrey. Bengstorff. ED. PILSBURY, Mayor. A trke cop : T.ro. ie . RAPIer , Seoretary. MAYORIALTY or New OLEAne,, Oity Hall, November 9, 1877. S rNo. 4113-Administration eries.] rd: dlinanoe providing for the payment of the severl pay rolls therein named, lb it oLrdtained, That the following pproprla be and are hereby made lbr the month of 1877, and that the Admlnistrator of `"`i' i Accounts warrant on the Administrator of 'in payment of the samne whenever there i• be money in the city tremsury to the credit She appropriate fand for each account, and not 4erwise appropriated: and clerks employed in the out of Finance........... $1,510 00 and olerks employed in the ent of Public Accounts.. 1,078 81 and olerks employed in the . mortgage registry............ 350 00 a.ers and lerks employed in the Department of Assessments...... 1,810 75 Q Oers and clerks employed in the S eaIrtment of the Mayor, viz: W eoftsce ............... $195 00 ' t ouncil................. 25 00 y Ha.ll building. ........ 408 83- 828 83 _ cr s and clerks employed in the ent of Commerce......... 2,021 66 and clerks employed in the artment or Waterworks and Buildings, vie: trator's office...... 8280 00 tw omoe.......... 1,100 00 rks proper......... 1,111 85 hoes ............ 250 00 of Aged and Infirm.. 40 00 : am;...5........ 00 00 SI o ialdes, visiting phy ' elan............... .. 125 00- 8,506 85 4 4 srs and clerks employed in the J-" -a]imntof Polioe, vie: tor's ofe...... 1831 66 'lH e of Refuge..... 460 00 Sorkhouse ............ 903 82 indigent dead..... 185 00 S pounds............. 0 80000- 1,429 98 rs and clerks employed in the Department of Improvements..... 315 00 cBoer and clerks employed in the Surveyor's Department............ 1,523 88 f4eers and clerks employed in the City Attorney's offioe ............. 865 00 leriese of the Mayor and Admires trators ........................ 4,125 00 Total..................... ....... 19,419 21 Adopted by the Connoil of the city of New Or .rsa, November &, 1877. Yeas-Brown, Cavanao, Denis, Diamond, Ed 'gards, Mouaffrey, RenPgtorff. ED. PILBBURY, Mayor. A true copy: Tuo. 0. RArfle, Seoretary. MAYORALTY oF NEW ORLEANS, City Hall, November 9, 1877. [No. 4194-Administration Series.] An ordinance providing for the payment of the pay rolls therein named. Be it ordained, That the sum of $5,365 80 be *ad is hereby appropriated to pay the labor rolls d the Department of Improvements, Water works and Public Bnildings, Police and Com seroe for the month of October, 1877, and that the Administrator of Public Accounts warrant for the payment of the same whenever there shall be money in the city treasury to the medit of the proper fund for each account, mad not otherwise appropriated, viz : DiDEPARTMENT OF IMPROVEMENTS. Street ges ......................... $2,360 30 Slaining machines (dredgeboate)...... 456 00 $2,816 30 WIZPTITENT OF WATERWORS8 AND PUBLIC BUILD INOGs. Waterworks (street service) ..........$1,020 00 Court-houses............ ..... ..... 43 50 lty all building ..................... 45 00 c buildings................... 89 00 $1,197 50 DEPARTMENT OF POLICE. Public squares ......................... 672 00 DEPARTMENT OF OeMMERC. als and drawbrdges................ $540 00 Wharves and landings.................. 140 00 $680 00 Qrtnd total $5,365 80. Adopted by the Coun.il of the city of New Or leans, November 4, 1877. Seas-Brown, Cavanac, Denla, Diamond, Ed wards, Bengetorff. Nay-Moiafrey. ED. PILSBURY, Mayor. A true copy : THos. O. RAFPER, Seeretary.. MAYORALTY OF New ORLEANS,I City Hall, November 9, 1877. (No. 4195-Administration Series.] An wedma.ce providing for the payment of the several pay -olls therein named. Be itordained, !hat the following appropria 46ns be and are hereby made for the month of 4stobe, 1877, and that the Admiaietrator of Public Aoounts warrant on the Administrator of Finance in payment of the same whenever there shall be money m the City Treasury to the credit of the appropriate fund for each acconat, and not otherwise appropriated: Pay roll of recorders' courts......... $1,720 00 Payroll of court officere .............. 850 00 Pay roll of Superior Criminal Court.... 741 66 Sroll of First District Court.......... 533 33 Pyroll of sanitary inesectors ........ 550 00 P roll of sanitary police.............. 450 00 Pay roll of jutices of the peace and con stables............................. 400 00 Pay roll of coroners ................ 1,000 00 Py roll of District Attorney............ 416 67 Total.............................. $6 661 66 Adopted by the Gouncil of the city of New Or .roansNovember 6, 1877. Teu-a-Brown. Cvanac4 Denis, Diamond, Ed wamrds, Mctdaftrey, Bengetorff. ED. PILSBUBY. Mayor. A. £ traecopy: MAmoanr or Nsw onza ws, I the - $a 9 2$ be nd ue 5p 35br m sloved by the eprto east of Improvements for he month ending l It:ober 20, 1877, and that the Administrator of PU'¶lie Accounts warrant for the payment of the e',me whenever there shall be money in the oitt' treasueary to the oredit of the proper fund for each account and not otherwise appropriated, viE: Draining n'.aohinee .................. $881 00 Street rertars.......................... 41 25 e'otal ............................. 922 25 Ad~pted by the Council of the city of New Or leans, November 6, 1877. Yeas-Brown Oavanoa, Dents, Diamond, Ed dwards, McOaifrey, Reogetorff. ED. PIL'IBURY, Mayor. A true copy: THos. G. RAPIER, Secretary. MAYOnALTY or Nuw OBLANS, Oity Hall, November 9, 1877. [No. 4197-Administration Series.] LResolved, That the sum of $189 20 be and tihe same is hereby appropriated to J. 0. Denis, Ad ministrator of Finance, for cash advanced for law charges, etc., as per vouchers, and that the Administrator of Public Accounts warrant for, the payment of the same. Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or leans, November 0, 1877. ED. PILSBURY, Mayor. A true copy : Twoe. G.RAPIER, Secretary. MAYORALTY or NEW ORLeans, Oity Hall, November 9, 1877. [No. 4198-Administration Series.] An ordinance providing for the payment of certain interest. Be it ordained, That the following amounts of intereet were due July 1, 1875 to parties named on bonds surrendered for funding, on which there were no coupons. Said amounts to be paid, when collected, out or the interest funds apper taMing to the respective series in conformity with ordinances Noe. 8190 and 8282, Administration series. F. Henry Planche ................ t$20 00 Fasende & keiass................ 120 0O Total.....................$140 00 Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or loeane, November 0, 1877. ED. PILBBURY, Mayor. A true copy : . Tose. (. RAPIRP. Secretary. MAYOIIALTY OF NEW ORLBANB, City Hall. November 9, 1877. [No. 4199-Administration Series.] An ordinance providing for the payment of cer tain interest. Be it ordained, That the following amounts of interests were due July 1, 1875, to parties named on bonds surrended for funding on which there were no coupons. Said amounts to be paid when collected out of the interest funds appertasming to the respective series in conformity with ordi nances Non. 8190 and 8282, Administration Series. A. Bienvenu............................. 886 00 ry. Bier ............................. 19 50 F. E. Richmond........................ 88 00 Leon Oodohan ................... . 877 50 A. Lemolne.... 1..........00 Towneend & Lyman.................. 85 00 Total.............................. S 10 00 Adopted by the Conocil of the city of NewOr leans, November 8, 1877. Yeas-Brown, Oavanac, Denis, Diamond, Ed wards, Meosfftey, Rengstorff. iD. PILBBURY, Mayor. A true copy: Taos. . RBAPIER. Secretary. MAYORALTY OF NEw ORLEANS, Oity Hall, November 9, 1877. [No. 4200-Administration Eeries.] Rerolved That permission be and is hereby granted to John Wendling & Bro. to erect a steam engine and boiler on the premisee No. 45 North Peters street, between Bienville and Custom house streets. Revoaobls at the pleasure of the Council. Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or loans, November 6, 1877. ED. PILSBUBY, Mayor. A true copy: THOMASe . RAPIEa, Secretary. MAYORALT OF NEw ORLEANS, City Hall, November 9, 1877. [No. 4201-Administration Series.] Resolved, That permission be and is hereby granted to Fowler & Imith to erect a steam bI[ller, nagt aud necessary appllsneee, on prem lses No. 103 Tohoupitonlse street, and on vacanot lot adjoining in the rear. Bevocable at the pleas ure of the Council. Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or leans, November 6, 1877. ED. PILSBURY, Mayor. A true copy: THos. G. RAPIER, Secretary. MAYORALTY OF NEW OERLANS,i City Hdll, November 9, 1877. [No. 4202--Administration Series.] Resolved, That permission be and is hereby granted to Wm. H. 8hepard to put up a emall steam engine and boiler on the premises No. 58 Onustomhouse street. Revocable at the pleasure of the Council. Adopted by the Council of the city of New Or leane, November 6, 1877. ED. PILBBURY, Mayor. A true copy: Tuns. G. RAPIER, Secretary. JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. AUCTION SALEM. By George Pearson. GOOD TWO-STORY FRAME COTTAGE ON MELPOMENE STREET. BETWEEN H1OW ARD) AND LIBERTY STREETS. ONE LOT OF GROUND ON LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN POYI)RAS AND ST. MARC STREETS. SOLD TO EFFECT A PARTITION BETWEEN THE HEIRS. SUCCESSION OF MARK PATTERSON. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans No, 10,.832. P Y GEORGE PEARSON Auctioneer-Office JJ No. to Camp street-Will be sold on SATUR DAY, November 10. 1877, at 12 o'clock m., atthe St. Charles Auction Exchange, by virtue and in pursuance of an order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot. Judgv of the Seond District Court for the parish of Orleans. dated September 15, 1877. and rendered in the als ve entitled succession, the following described property, to wit i. A LOT OF GROUNI). with the buildings and imorovements thereon, situated in the square No. 18. hounded by Melpomene. Terp sichore, Howaii and Liherty streets, in the First District of this city; said lot is designated as No. s of said sqauare, and measures :2 feet9 inches 5 lines on M eltomene street by 127 feet 9 inches in depth between parallel lines, Ameri can measure, the whole according to a plan drawn by (. T. Dunhar, then surveyor, dated April 1, 1..., and deposited in the office of Thomas Layton. lae, a notary in this city. 2. A LOT OF GROUND, situated in t e First District of this city, in the square bounded by Locust. Heria. St. Hare and Poydras streets, and designated as lot No. 14. on a plan made by L. Bringier. S rveyor General, dated December 28. 18t6, annexed to an inventory of tIo su-e ,,ssion of the late Hefury de Eusle, in the office of the late Carlile I'Pollok, notary. on January 2:. 1827; said lot measul'es 31 feet 11 inches 5 lines front on Locust street by 122 feet 7 inches 1 line in death. Tie prop rty frstly deueribed was acquired by the said deceased Mark Patterson by pur chase from the suenession of Robert Ivey, by an act passed before Wil jam S Poole, a notary in this city. on October 2t. 181t; and the property secondly described was accuir.ed by the said d- ceased by ourchase frcvn Michael Finnugan. by an act passed before Michael Gernon, a notary in t is city, on August 2. 1858. Terms-Cash; the purchaser will be required to make a deposit of 10 per cent on the amount of the adjudication at the moment of the sale, and to assume payment of all taxes for the year 1877. payable in 1878. Acts of sale at the expense of the purchasers. before C. M. tmelson, notary public. o010 17 31 t010 PEILIP HIRsCH, IO OOP lill la , so, as. , as. as and so North Peter street. Manufactory-Corner St. Louis and lirostreewe, Newa Orleans. BHs for sale choite are'-n H sad and Bar rel Poles" also new Suar H Molsse Barrels, hal e and K s all sirs. JUDIOIAL ADVZRTISEBlMNTS. AUCTION SALIA. By Plaoide J. Spear. TWO SPLENDID VACANT LO'T ON CLAT lornme street, between Gasqouet and Palmyara streets. First District. SUCCESSION OF PETER GAIMEN. Recon d Dist rict Court for t he Parish of Orleans No. 39.50e. BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer-Office Sto Royal street-- ATURDAY. De'ember 15. 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. will be sold at public aue tion, at the St. Charles Auetion Exchange, basement rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel, on it. Charles street. between COmmon and Oravicr streets, by virtue and in pursuance to an order from the Hon. A. L. Tisset, Judge of the Soeond District oUnrt for thi parish of Orleans, dated November 5, 1877, for accoullt of said succession, the foliowlirg property, to wit 1. A PORTION OF (RUII), situated in the First District of this city, making at part of a lotdesignated by the No. 3a in sel are No. 21, bounded by Ulaiborne. Palmyra, Derbigny and aedquet streets, on a plan of L. .. PIilti. dated Ist May. 184.0 and deposited In the office of I), L. MoOay, late a notary in this city, said portion of ground measuring, Ernglish mnasure. 5 lteot front on Claiborne street by lor feet 9 inches 3 lines deep between parallel lines. 2. A Lu'I' OF (It()UNI, sittnated in the same dtstrict., designated by the No. 2, in square No. 434. boundedl by Ulaiborne Derebigny. Palmyra and (.asquet streets, on a plan of J. A. d'Illome court, measuring, in American measure. 28 feet 3 inches 2 lines froet on Clatlorne street by 1t5s feet t10 inthe in depth, between parallel lines. Terms-Cash on adjudication. Acts of sale before Thoodul ullsson. Esq., notary putlte, at tile expense of purchtasers. nol. 17 24 del 8 r1 BPLENDID IMPRiOVElD PI'ItOPEIITY Flt 1 NT Ing on bolllt Esplanlade and HIerlore strloltsm, between Ht. ('laud and M1iaris streets, Third Ditriet. BUCCEMS ION OF ARISTIDE U111EN VEN I. Second District Cou it fort he Parish of Orleans- No. 31,777, DB Y PLACIDE J, SPEAR, Auctloneer-Ofhee SNo. 40Itoynl street-On SATU)RDAY, I tee'nm ber 1s,1817,at1 o'olock m, will he sold at. public au llon. at. the St. (Charles Auction Ex'taina, basement rolundal of the St. Charles i Hotl, on t.. (harles Mstreet, between (Iravlr and ifam - mon streets, byi virtue and In tlrlnlln.u lne to an order from the llon. A. l. 'isot, judge of the Second Districit ((out for then pi rish iof Or leans, dated July 27, 1i76, for aectnlll of wntil sutlesslon FOUR CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND., to gether with the buildings and Im proveinents thereon, situated in the Third District of this city, designated by the Nos. 8. i. 19 and 210. it squlare No. 6, hounded ty Esplanade. Gooh. childtren (now St. Claude), History (now Kerle reC) and l'lanuhe (now Marais) streets, on a plan drawn by A. d'Hemecourt on the eighteenth of December, 1847: lot No. 3 having 3o foot front on Esplanade street. 30 feet 5 lines in width in the rear, by a depth of 157 feet 2 inchesl 2 lines on the side of lot No. 0 and l88 feet 11 inches 2 lines on the line of lot. No. 7; lot No. i having ,0 feet front on Esplanade street, 30 foot 6i lines in width in the rear. by a depth of 15R feet 8 Inches 'i line off the side of lot No. 10: lot No. to having 30 freet a lines front, on Kerlero'e t treet. 30 feet 5 lines in the rear. Iby a dept h of 11 feet 10 inclhes 4 lines on the side of lot No. is; jl0 foot 5 inches 3 lines on the sldet of lot. No. 2s; and l.t No Jo having 30 feet 3 inches fru'it on Kt'rleroeu street, 30 Itint 5 lines in the roar b.y a duepth of 110 foot 2 lines on the side of lit No. 21. Thu, said property was nequired by the said late A. ieionvenu from Mamulel Nelson. Jr.. by ait cx,, outed before P. Lacostet late notairy in this ilty, on the twenty-second of April, 1502. Terms-Cash on the spot. Act of sale before A. E. Bloinvlenti, ERq.. notary pullic, at tthe expetnse of pulrchaser. niolO 17 24 del s 15i VALUABLE IMPIIOVEL I'IHOPERTIES )ON ST. ANN STREET, BIETWEEN SIXTII AND BROAD SBTREETH, SECOND DIS TRICT; ON ENGOIIEN. BETWEEN LEVEE AND VICTORY 81"I EET'S, THIRD DIS TIICT, AND THIRTEEN LOTS OF GROUND IN THE SECOND DISTIRICT SUCCESSION OF EUGENE DUNAND. Second District Court for the parish of Orleans No. :3qs,6. BY PLACIDE JT. BPEAR Auntionneer-OfmfI 45 Woyatsttret--On A'FT DAt&Y November 24, 1877, at 12 o'lock n.. will be sold at public auction, at the St., Charles Auc.ton Excnange. basement rotunda St. Charles Iotel, on It. Charles strtet, hotwoen (iravior atnd (Common streets, by virtue and In lursnuanco to an order from the Hlon. A. L. Tissot, Judlge of thei Second District Court for the parish of Orleans. dated October 19. 1577. for acounllnt of said suc cession, the following delcribed properties, to wit: I. TWO LOTS OF GROUND., with the build Ing and imp rlovern'm t thereon. situated in the Second Distrirct of this city. designated by thl Nos. 2 and 29 of spqiarl, Ni. ai, comprised within Mt. Anni. Orleans. SMixth andlit road streets, and measiuri ng, lot No. 2. 30 roof 5 incht, 7 litnes front on St. Ann st retl. 94 feet. 9 inhes :I lines In depth on .'u side on the line which dlivide, it from lot, No. 1. and M; foot 8 inches 2 lines in depth on the OppDosite ine; and lot No.'29 inias ures 10 feet 7 inches 4 lils on Orltans st re't and 89 foot 9 inrches 3 linos In depth on the divis Ion line which slparates it from lot No. 3to all American measl'ure. Thei above property ti' longs to the said Eugene Dunand na uniiversal legatee, recognized ra sullith anti put. I poses sion of his lprope'trty ty judgment of the 'ecoind Ditstrict ("titrt. dated It wn v-.-fllori h SHptInember. 18)9, i the stlaessionof Jiulin )Duniitlnd. No. 3'.I4l oftthedotes '' if raitl 'ourtl. whlilhi .irlgmient, hal b oon registered in the' Uonveyaiiit'e lt)lli'e in Iibook ,it. foil, 354. 2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROtUND. ldesigna tild by thei No. I. sitiutedl in the Third Distrlit of this city. in the surtllll lounletd by Levi,'. Victory. UDpain and Enghiltn striots. ltu1asuringl :3 feet 1 inch front on Enghlln street. 82 t1.,t in depth Ion one silde, 92 f9'1t 2 inches in dI-pth on tbh othllersi l, dividing it, from lot. Ni. 2, anld 12 foot 4 inies 7 lines in tlih rear, togethlir with tlI, buildings ther'oun; which property htloin gc to the said Dunandil for laving purchastedl t.tih same fri m Mrs. Charlotte Amelia PIe'kin, widow of .Joseph Sclitt, by an art pitss'd on ithe lV enlit of Februalry. 1876, blfo,o Alphonse Bar nitt. a noitary piblule in this city. :t. TIIIRTE'EN LOTS OF GROUND. in siluari bound'd by Oaks, St. 'Philip, Lopez andl (lay)so streets. designated Iby thet No. 408t', which lots of ground were adjudicated to the said Dunand at a sale made tnrereof by (i. l)I Feriet, auctioneer, on the twentieth of June. 1871, by order landl for aitounl of Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines. registerod in Conveyance odiliio, in book 100, folio 132. Terms and Condltions-Ono-hailf i-ash. and the balance of the piurchase pri',e payable in one year. the notes to bear interest at the rate of ctight per cnt Iper annum from the day of adjudication until linal payment, with special mo)rtgage and vendor's linl and privilege on the property sold ; the buildings to be ilnsuredl In a sum to be fixed by the adminls rator and the polt it's transferred to him, the clause of five Dper cent for a tornoy's fees in cias of jiudi cial proceedings for the recovery of payment of notes or any portion thereoif. P'urchasers will be required to make a deposit of ten per cent on the amount of adjudication at the mo ment of sale. Acts of sale before Theoo. TBuisson. notary publie. at the iexpiiense of the Dpurclitiserls. Oc20 '27 f-,l3 10 17 24 By Hoey, Macon & O'Connor. IMPROVED IPROPEItTY IN THE FIRST DISTRICT. SUCCESSION OF JOHN FARRELL. Second District Court for the Parish of Orl.ans No. 36.276 BY HOEY. MACON & O'CONNOR-Nicholas J. Hoey. Auctioneer-Offi e No.11 Caronde let street-On SATURDAY. November 10. 1877, at 12 o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction Exchange, by virtue of an order of the honorable the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, rendered on the twenty-ninth of Sei,tember,1877, in the above entitled matter. will be sold by public aution for account of the suceession of John Farrell. the following described property. to wit A CEttTAIN LOT OF GROUND. together with all the buildings and improvements there onsituaed in the First District of this city, in the square bounded by Clio. Erato. Clara and Marti t or Will,,wetreets. designated as lot No, 10. and measuring 32 feet front on Clara street. by 126 feet 7 inches 1 line in depth and front on Cliostreet, and forms the cornerof Clara and Clio strcets. Terms of Sale-The sum of 81925 to be paid in cash at the timaof adjudication, the balance on a credit of one year from the date of sale in note secured by special mortgage and venaior's lien. and bearing int rest of 8 per cent per annum from date of sale until final payment. with all the usualsecurity clauses. The improvements to be kept insured and policy transferrer, and purchasek to pay all taxes payable in the ;ear of s.ae . at the expene of the p ue. JUDICIAL ADVERTIZVwIrTS. AICTION IALEl. By Placide J. Spear. TIHA TWO HPLENDID TWO-HTOIRY BRICK REI4IENJENM, WITH IRON VERANDAHIH NI (,. 2rme AND) 2r.r ( UHTOMHOUSE NTIIEET BETWEEN VILLERFI AND MAIIAIM HTRIEETI-t, HEU)NI 1) HINTRItCrT. HUCCEqNION OF FRANK KATIIMAN. Becondl District Cote rt. for the Parish ,f Orleans T}Y PI,ACIDE J. RPEAR, Auctlonier-Offlce 1 4 Royal streot-HATURDAY, lIDe'emtbhr R, 1877, at 12 o'clocek m., will he sold at publlc auo tilon at the St. CIharits Auction ExoIango. In the basemllent rottlunda, St. (Charles Hotel, .on Ht. IChrles Hg tret. butwtleen (mi m I n l andl l (iravler strl.ts by virtuie antl in piursullllnon to an order from the Hion. A, I,. 'l.iso!t, Jutltge of the e.rantd D)ist rit Coutrt for lth parish of Orleans, lit.tod November 2. 1877, for at'outint tof the ahove snrtniaslon. the following dUesertlod property, to wit- TWO CERTAIN LOTH OF (GROUND, togother with the lbullting and iiinor ieivr alnts therton, situnttd'in the Honnd District, of this clty, in the .lqtIIare hounded by (lv tItal. tlustoruholllos, Marllis and Villtrn streets. (irpiitnatdi1 as lots Nos. 3 and 4, i. .rl siar No. 21, in.lid mnlasuring eachl feet I ln'lle'i. 7 Iiines front on Custm!IIl hofiIo stroot by 114 fet iii lt dlpt It ,twoen paral Int lintes. Terms and Conlitions-One-third cash; the hl ancei onl a t'rlolit of tne anid two years for nt.t lls hearing seo'ial mlrtllgage anld vendor'A lion andl rivilege, with a per 'nnlt, litereat npr anntum fironi dtlt of atljudtatio until ihnml n llyment; t lhcllla o e of 5 pit' tnllt fotr attiorlln y'e fe.is In '1tse1 of Jtlli'tlal proteed lgs fur the re 'tvery of payment of Ra1d n1ts or anly iportion thernerof ; the tuilings ti b kenptl nsured li atsInm to ti filxed ItyJlie admliinstrat.tr ntl Ltpoliies trI.nsfetrre. t to hn or ildItltrs ,of aniI ,ti.e.. an,id all other UIn al llltlatses. I'lurchasers will bn re qt iirmil ti o ulkl it deposit, if i peI r l nllt t ot thel 1moiintt of atdjlinatiion at theim io.tmlent of saetia. Ats if stale be-fore A. E lIliinvtnu. ERi., notary publit, ti the expenst of h1 pitrthttsers, Ili: n IT 17 24 1,'l s TWOP HILENIIII- VA('ANTJA)TH OFII.I, UNi ON MA It N Y .ir'lt;ET'. IlET W rElN (I RO) AND UIlUHlAI'T ST'I(E'ET' . ''llIRiI) 1)1 4'I'IICT, HIUC(CESITON OF EPONINE UrILLI,ET. WIFE OF AUItiH'RTE MONTAMAT. Sonontd ) itrict ( 'onr fort Inn Parish of OrInnIs - N . :10.704. BY J'LACIDE .I. RPEA It. Anntionornr -Ofllao No. 4t Itoyal l strot SAUItURDIAY, Novrn Ihr 24. 1477. nt 12 o'olok m.. will ha sold at. pulb lIto naot in at' tha Ht., 'hti rin. Anotion IrExh ringe, baslmnnt, rotunlllal of it.. Chairld-a Hotl, on Ht. (Cnhrlos stroot, h.,wnrown (lComllmon andI Gravilr Mtroots, by virtun and in pursuanon to an ordor fronm tho HIon. A. L. Tissot, Jnludg of the BoSond I)i-triht Court for tlh parish of Orltanf. dated Ontlolr 15, 177. for aoonllont of Raidl Mn r'c(esRion. the following doserihed property, t. wit- TWO CEIL''TAIN LOTH Of UIOUND. Mituatln In the Third Distri't of this nit y.dnl'ignatod by thnn Not 1n and 17, In thi Rnq iarn Ionninld bh Mitrigrhty.Elyr tan Fialnls, (iird anI Urquhnart stintnan. nlmnsuMring icnh 3n2 foot front. on Mr. rhlnystront ii' 110 ,foot It in-hiMt ;lloinsin depth, bo wo itn parallel liins Tormrs anid Conditinims-Ono-half rash, ani d the bnilanc.e' on ia rldit of ornn, y.,ar fonr note biaring lpo"inti illnortgIng, antl vnnl rs' Ion and privilinn, with iterrest lit thn rnnnin , oight nlr g'ent Lpnr annuml fromrl dayn of ai djndieatiorn till Ilnal payrnlnt rho elnnann of fivo ptr 'Tant aLttnr nnyn' f,.M in oans of indlninl pro.',,cdlllln to r.n notVlnr pay.) ni.nt of nIotes or tiny p nrti--n, and all othnr usual (niMoses. Pnnrrchasnsrs to make a la posit of ton pr c'nt on the amunomnt, of adjudi nntinn at tini monmnt of sain. An a of anl- bhfnnr, W. L. Poolnn. Esi.. nortary pullblic. nit tIll" txoonso of oulrt(lh.,sors. on20 27 n1o) 10 17 24 IMPIIOVEII) I'IL()'EIRTIE (ON Ol1RO) ST'HEET. BETWEEN T(CtiOUPITOUIAX AND COMMERCEE HTREETS. FIRHT DIH 'l'ItICT: I,ANI)M IN THE I'ARIIH OF CAL CASIEU. IN TIlE STATE OF ,(OUIHIANA. SHUCCESSION OF PETER GREEN. Beonnd District Court for the Parish of Orlean s BY PLACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctionoer--OffTe 1, Nr,. 4r, lr'yll et.rooet- TIIIi'R A Y D,.nm I,,er ;. 177. at 12 o cloek in.. will Ie w fbi at. tbllit auftion, at the Ht. C(harIls Aultion ExI'han g. In thel basemenft rotunda of the St. Charnts Iotl., on HI.. Charles str"- t. Ibetwlon Cormiron Ifland (irafvier rstroet. by virtu!i' anll ill puruInnllrosl ' of an order rom fr llthe .ll. A. L. Tistot. IJIudge. of the M.ens d Distrist Court for the Parish of Orleans, dlt ed Otctoisr :5o, 177, for aceollltle of tho lllv n e sllM~~nsonl, thef following dvcsribtod provfterties and land., to wit- I. A CEIRTAIN LOT OF GRIOUND, sltullat inl the First I)istrict of this sity, in the square Iollllud.ld by Commere'. T'I'hoplllotlllMs, Ulrod antll Llayfvofe streets, onsurlllring 19 feet. frofnt ,n iirod street ICby 8 f's',t in ldeth, tlogether with all the buiflings thereron, and appurto Inaloes thortof, and which consist, of the middle htilling of the block of houses forming the er',er oI f Girod and C(omrmellrse streets,. the frlonlt building having 19 flt by r0 fet., a Ithre story hrick housen., aml hit Irick bulilding. two story, in.IIurs I'M1 feet by 50 fsot, together with I h,' .lte of at folr-foot allney in cmimllrnlIn with the adJoining lots and buildings. lBfing the ,samer vropt.ly which the said late Peter Green av quirld from F. Fiurst, oi n tlhe ighth N.ouslnvber, 1x55. pl'r not plassed bilforf S. MIagner, aito a tno tary pubtli in t in th it y. 2. A CERIL'AIN LOT' OF GRI'OUND, sitIualted. lying and b1ing inI tifhe First Distri 't of this city, inll tsqularo bounded by (Girel. Thoulpitou ls. L.af'ayeth, anmI Corn n'orcl streets, in1easu1rilng 20 flt., morel' or less, fronllt. on (iroll strseet by ,5 fIst ill depth, hboinItd on tll Msilds towards 'Teholl itolas street by the tprope.rty of KE. M. Itusha, and on Ithe sid towards Cttomm.l street bty the proplerty (,f - ---, tgether with all the btlilnfgf4 11a1d improvelnl'ts tither!e on. rights, ways. slrvilltl-ds and all other ad vayn' agsit belonlgi ng or inl an ywisle apl.peo rtainli fng, withouit any exception or reiservatioln. Being thle same tproffperty which thei sal I'Petel r G(reen aeqluirld by IurcIhlase from Thomas Levy oin thel sth April, 1872. per ai't passed before W. J. Castell. notary puh ic in this eitv. 3. A CERT'A.IN TRACT (F LAND, situated In the parish (,f Calasieu. in this State, being thes northwest quarter of sect.ion 3, townshipt No. t south, range No. 12 west. southweste(rn dis trit -ts of said parish., ontaining 159 75-100 acres. Maid land having been purcha:sed by the said late Pe!tr Gr1on from Joseph Krurn on the lo;th day of Ma-y 1873. 4. A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND. shltintaed in thss parish of Caleasieu. being the wfest half of the northwest qularter of section No. 23 and west half of section southw-st plfuarter of sfction 1i in the township No. JI of range No. 13 west,. solthwestllrn district, ,lntati li ng 159 89-lt) acres. Being tile same travt of land acquired by the aild late P'lotefr Greesn by purtchase from William A. Smith. on thi' id of June. 1872, per act passed before Ferdinand Earhart, Inat a notiary public in this city. 5. A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND. situated in tihe parish of Cdal'tsiMieo. In this State. icing the north half of southleast quarter, and the south half of the northeast lluarter of sec:tion No. a, townslhill No. i9 south, range No. 12 wefst. south western land dist rict of said pa5rish, containing 1591 79-100 acres Being the same tract of land which the said late PeruWr Green acqluirfed by purchase from James Wilkins on the l.ath of May, I.7s. per a't before Ferdinand .arhart, late a notary ubflie in this city. I A CEIITAIN TR1OCT OF LAND. situated in the parish of (Callasitu, in this btate, being lots 4, 5, It and 12 of section 8, in township No. 9 sollth, range No. 9 west, southwe.stern dis trict of Louisiana, cosntaifing 152 52-1() acres, as per patent No,. 1315 from the State of Louisi ana. issued 21st December, 1572. certiIlfate No. 108,1. Being the same tra',t of land which the hirs off the said late Pseter Grecn acquired from Thomas Downey on thie :"st ,' etober, 1872, per act passe I I,efore Ferdinand B. Earhart, late a notary in this oity. 7. A CERTAIN TRACT OF L'ND, situated in the. parish of Calcasieu. in this State. being the west half of northwest quarter of scetion 23: and west half of southwest quarter of reetion 14, in township No,. 10 soutn, range No. 13 west, southwes'ern district, containing 159 87-00 acres. Being the same tract of land which the said late Peter Green aqullirle by purchase of William A. Smith on the :l J.une. 1572, as aD p ars by an act passed befores Ferdinand B. Earhart. late a notary in this city. 8. A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND, situated in this State and desc:ribed as fllo)ws: The southeast quarter of section No. i5. in town ship No. 10 south, range No. 1 weet south western district, containing 142 74-100 acres. The above described land was acquired in the name of Samuel J. Green from the 8tate of Louisiana as per certificates Nof. 7 and 32 N. 8. D.. dated December 18, 1871, for settlement a d cultivation, as appears by patent No. 940. dated December 19. 1871. Terms-Cash on adiudicaton. Ae I ofelbefore John L. Iareghe. notary JilDICllAL ADVT1IEZ IrTISTS AUOTIOrN MALIM. By Plaelde J. Spear. IMPROVED I'IOP'EItTY ON P'EIRIDO 8TItEET BETWEEN .OIINHO(N AND GALVE, BTSREETS, FilItT DITIIIUt'. AND VACANT LOTH IN TIHE Til11W DI4HTRICT. HUCUEHSTON OF MA(IDALENA RINK. 1E (EASED WIFEI OF W. 1'. IAMP. BHeond DistrlctCourt. tor the L'arish of Orleans No. 8t9,781. VY PIACIDE J. FPEAR, Au'tioneer- Offim,( B No. 40 Royal street-- ATUII)AY. Decefller 8, 1877. at 12 o'clock m.. will hr solh at pbtilie auction, at the St. Charlle Altion Elxc'hlltatg, basemenillt rotunda lt. Uharles Hotel, otn 4t.. Charlee street, betwoen Common and Gravi-r streets, by virtue and In pursuance to an order from the IHon. A. L. Tisset, JudLge of the Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated October so 1877, for acclount of saidI tuc easilon, the following described property,. to wit- A. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with all the buildings and Improvemenitt thereon. sit. uated in the First District of this ity, ldsigl nated by the No. 1., of quaare No. i, boundedt by Poydras, P'erdtldo, ohnson and arllvte streets, and measuring, in American moeasure, 33 feet 1 lu'h front on Perdidto st reet by 1L0 f[at. in dnpth. between parallel linea. The whole. lacotrdiig to a plan by L,. lringlar, Huirveyor General, datRd April 20. 18i:9. antl dposited In the office of I). L. McUay. notary, anid Is the same property wlhich maid do-enlsed acqulred by purnal.se from Jloseph Navaer. by act b.o fort, A. I)ucnlat. notary on the 14th May, IHst;. 2. ONE L1TI' OF GIIOUNI), slttrtttl in th Third District of this city, In tial sqri'tae bndtldtl by French man, Fore.. .tion anil Litteral streets, designiate.d as Fat slrtiO No. t;G, antd said lot b, ing dlesitnatedl by the No 2 of ald sllultare oIn ptilan drawn by iLillietiix & C,.. dett,,itet'l ini th ofliht of . I,. .'trlranid. itftrv.y in the book of pliansi N. 1. folio 13. Said jiit riltnsuresi 30 foet front on Frinthmnfl ttrtet by lin, rerot In de th. :. ANOTIEII LOT OF ITROUND. in thin turl"t distri it t il e1rltra th.e l above, itl tlignteild by theiI No. on tht Rame pltan, niotinsurinig Frt'bn Irlenulret) frot front on Frcn'ltliinltn strelt ity iht fut inl tiatith. 4. ANO 'l Lt IlT OF titIOUND, ii thea.tito square as tc he IaIttovn, .laigitattlt by thei No. 4. actinrl ing to earnet ptin, landttit'eairittg (Frntlih tleni.-lret 30i fet, fronton Fri-i'hmo nst, rott.by 100i fet in d"pth. 5. ANt) tIlER I,OT OF GIIOUND. li lit " saInt sq arn') its the abo~ve. disignatted by the Nn. ito ttooridinr to setaid plan, tandl tton-iring :it fett front, on FI tro i lttt. I v 220 fli t, in ldpth.t Thim aid tour lots of ground ttling ith' ame whlth the uil tiuieased atitirdt by purchasefi trolli Jitulnea N. (lmllps, by an litt plasctl bfore J. iisoltrg. Iit.t.ntttllry. on the fwtwinty-ighth of February. 1149. 'Terms--Cash on, aljudtleattn. Acts of seatl bHefre W. II. PI.t,',. EtN.. notary public, at then oxpense of the pvurehliasr.s, Io3 it0 17 24 diel 8 THE W. R. WILIM I'LACE ON (riAY's (lIEEK, NEAR ITH JUNC'TI(ON WITH THE AMITE RIVER, IN THlE PAI-IMI OF LIVINGBTON, STATE OF LOUISIANA, AND LANDS ON PONTCIhALOULA RIl VER. IN THE PAbRISH OF ST. TAMMANY. HTATE OF LOUISIANA. MUCCESrION OF L. I). HIIILEIRMAN. Soconl District Court for the Parish of Orleans No. 2(0,3140. BY PLACIDE J. 8PEAR An.tiannar-Offlee, No. 46 Royal st.roet-TlTRHDilAY. D'.ocm ber G. 1H77, at 12 o'eluck m., will be sold at pnblin anotion. at the St. Charles, Alirtion Exehauge, bniaenent rotnlaofr the St. C(.harles Hotel, on Ht. Charlos atreet, t,. weun Common and (fravier atretes, by virtue ant In pursuance to an order from the lion. A. L. Tissot., Judgeof the Homond District Court or the part il of Orlean. rdated Febrtart y 14, 1477, for account of the above, Rse cession the, fo lowlag dscribed properties, viz- 1. TWELVE CERTAIN 'li't\CTH OF LAN)D together with all thl. improvement . right,. wavn asrvlt.lldu and appurtr'nancer s thereunto bMlonging or in any wise appertaining (anl stoik thor-on. If iany), form nc t:ogther tho formerly W. R. Willis plaen, situated in the par Ish of Livingston, in the Stat. of Louiiana,. in township s so th ranges 3 and 4 ,est. CGrens burg District of Loiusiana. MaHld tracts a I front on (tray's Creek. near its june Ion with the Amite river, and extending in dotlh. and each tract having an area of ro aroe 2. ONE HUNDRED AND HIXTY AND ONE IHAILF ACRHE OF LAND, situated on the Pontehatoula river, in the Parish of St. Tam armny, $tatfo of It-- Atow , b t s., ai-g l south epst quarter of secltii,n No. 27. and lot No. 1 of section No at. and the n,,rthw'st frnetional 'quar ter of the so,thwest quarter of sr'otion No,. :i, and lot No. R of s4rtion No. 33. In township 7. range 7 east. (reenl~b rg Di)itrict of Louisilana. The whole to hbe so01 arnerding to tins of Arthur do Armns, surveyor., dated Oc'to,,ber 2T0th. 1877 antd Oxhilited' at. the St. Charles Au:tion Exeharnge Terms and Condlitions-One-half cash on ad jniitiaion, the talanne on Ita credit of one and t.wo years for I otes bearing special i mortgage anrit vendor's l ien. and privilege on thle proverty sold. baring 8 per eent interest from day of s.li un til final payment, the clause of 5 per etln for atto.lrneys' f" (a in case of judicial preiiodlings for the recovery of payment of said lrnotes or any portion thereof. insurance and tranisfir of pol li. and all other usual ilausea. Acls of stl h~efore .. F. Mounior. notary pub lie, at the expense of puriitihers. no:s I0 17 21 del r, VALUABLE IMPIOVED PI'OPE~ TI'IEM. ON MAlRY AND FOURTI'H S'I'E;E''S. HEV ENTII DI.STRIUC r. SUCCESSION OF ELIZABETHI ARNEDT 01i AlLEN DI', iHon.d 1istridt Court for thePatrinhof Orlean s No. 39 575. )Y P'LACIDE .J. SPEAR, Auetione:r-Offlm I) 48; I yal street--ATURDl)AY. November 24, 1;77, at 12 o'clck m., will be sold at. Iulite aI c tion, at the St.. Charlis Auction Exchange. base menit rotiunda 4t. Charles Hotel, on St. Charles street, between Cor mmron and Grauvler streets, by virtue andl in pursuance to an order from the lion. A. L. Tissot, Judge of the Second Distrit Court for the parish of Orleans. dt.ed October 15, 1877, for aI''Ounllt of said sue!.ii ssion, the fol lowing de.scrlbed Iroperty, to wit- 1. A CERTAIN P ,RTION OF GROUND. to gather with the buildings and imnprov:mernts th·ereon, sittuated in the Seventh D)istrlct of New Orleans, making part of a certain lot of ground designated by the No. 25 of square C. (now sqUare No. 141 of the new plan of Carrollton.) on a plan drawn by L. Bringlor. surveyor gen er I, on the leth December, 1835. and depositd as plan No. 23 in the book of plans of It. Grima, notary public. Said square is bounded by Levee, Mary. Fourth and Jackson stret.s,the same portion of ground measuring :'t feet front on Mary street by 120 feet in depth between parallel lines. 2. TWO LOTS OF GROUND situated in the same square, designated on the same plan as Nos. 26 ,lnd 27 and measure each 30 fee front on Mary street by 120 feet in depth, between par allel lines. lBeing the same property aclquired by Henry Bekebrede by purnchase from Thomas I1. In galls, per act passed before Joseph Cohn, notary, dated the 24th November. lc;c, and belonged to the community that exisied between Mary Elizabeth Sumnanuer and her said husband,i Henry Blekebredle, and the whole of said prou erty becam , the exclusive property of said Mary E. humauer, the widow of Henry B-ki hrede. by virtue of his last will alit tistamen'. made on the 27th November. 14,8. under private signature 2. THREE LOTS OF GROUND, with the buildings and improvemoets thereon. situated in the deventh District of this caty of N!w Or la.ins. fiormierly the city of Carrollton. in equarem No. rG 0 of he old plan of the city of Carroll tIn, now sqltareo No. ri tnew pan. Il boindol b. Fourth, Monroe, Mary and t'lum streets, on a special plan of part lf original square No. 56, annexed to an act paseld before S. Purdell re cordir of tle parish of .JeffTrson. frtm MistressM Hangesen to Theodlore Eilers; satid lotr are olesignatn.d by the Nos. 1. 2 anil , tjtlloin a*actl other and meaCurit ea-h :o feet front n Fourth street by a dlepth of 120 feet between pa.rallil lints--lot No. 1 forming the '*orner of Fourth and Monroe stroetS; being the same propemrt a. ,nir.l bi Micvihael Aren It by purchase from Mistress lary Ann rliza Pitter, wi.tow, by first marriage. of John Hfimptint, and sub s!qucntly wfe of I hos. S. Iladdlox. pir act passed bfore Samuiel Purcell. ritorder of the parish of J fferson, datedl the twi.ta-fourth of August. 1865. The whole to bi sold as per plan on exhibi.in at the Exchange. Terms and Conditions-One-half cash, and the balance of the purchase price payable in one year. for note bearing spe-iat mortgage and vendor's privilege. wtli interest at the rate of eight per c-ft per annum from date till final payment; the buildings to be insured in a sum to be flxeI by the administrator, and poliies transfe,'rd to ho der of not-s, the clause of five par cent for attorney's fees in ca.se f judicial p rocedingsfor the recovery of said note or any portion thereof, and all o her usual clauses. Purchas-rs will be required to make a deposit of ten per cent on the amount of adjudication at the moment of sale. Ac's of sale before . Commagere, notar7 blso atihe xt O e of D>a eI. -.DImo.L AwmaT hem wrl AUCTION SALEM. By C. E. Giraraey. CREDIT FONCIEli RTOCK. TIHE HANDROME FRAME IREIDIENCO, WITH LAlRGE ORNAMENTAL G(lOUNDS ANDi (AIRDEN. AND OITHER IMPROVED AND VACANT LOTH, IN TilE SIXTH DISTR'IIIICT. t;t('t:ESIION OF THE LATE I,ORENZO CAIIRBO. Speond I)istrilt Court. for the pariih of Orl.ans No. "9.5O1, DY O. E. GIRARDEY. Aurtionnerr-Offee No. S31 Canm street--A'TURIDAY, lIoember 1, 1877, at. 12 o'lock m. In the rotunda of the tt: Charles Hotel, in this city, will be sold at publio auction, by virtue of an order from the Hon. A, L. Tissot, Judge of the Heoend District Court for the parisi of Orleans, dated the 18th bf October, 1577, and rendered in th. above entitled suHccssion, the following described property. to wit i. TWELVE CERTAIN LOTH OF GROUND. situatedl in the Sixth District of this city, for mnorly parish and City of fefferson, late suburlb of Werst I)oulign y ins nqar ibou llndedl by Jersey Lan rl,. Lyouns arnd Bordeaux stil ets, lest nated by tihe letters A. B. C. D), H. E. F. 1. I, J. aK nd L. in slquain No. H, (now 141.) as Iper plan by H. Thiel, rat hiteit and deposited in the office of thte surveyor of tlle it, City 'of Jefferson- so cording to whiet the Ilts A. (B. C, I ,. F. (6, H, I a ld i mleasure nleeoh i fit frrnt on Laurel street by a dtiLthi of 150 feet, between part lol lines. L ts K( and L, measur -ea-hti 25i feet front on liordeaux st rebt. by at depth of i,0 foet, be twein parallel lines. Lot A forms th. corner of Laurel aill yiyon.s strooeets. dot .1 forms the cor ner of Bordiaux and Laurel sh reets. 2. TWO CERTAIN LOT''t OF cRiolTND. sit untit l in theti xth Iistrl,'t l thisolty,inthen Ram squlare ias the aive ,1V, , ritdl., arnd designated by ith Nos,. 5i Hind I. as h penr tviti blv. A. ledil stirveyor, Platoi thd le 211 Nivovemntner. 18l4, ll.and aisoas per pjiin by G. T. Dunhar,-lated 19th Feb riinrv. I19i , whicth l ,lan.a iire Id psl ed ll in the oilice of L. It. Kin ryv. hitc a lntarrv putllie in this. ity, accordling ti which tihe said lotsad joiln it'h other und nuiisaie s2" fot front onil lyi,hs street by a duiptth of 150 'et between par at lellines: ansi :. FIVE CR trIAIN IOTH OF (IROUND, sit uatend in the, H xt Distirlct of this city, and in thl situn u u R a reas the above descrilbed, The saidl ,ots are d.signated by the NOR. 12, 13.14,15 and 1;; iiiloin ,'tn I other anil meallsui each ae feit front on Jersey str-et by a depth of 100 feet between rariil' I lines: and 4. A GElRtAIN LOT OF IlROUND, situated in the Hixth District, of tiis 'fty and in the oirni Sq ilirie a, th.e atbove-d'leribed, designated by the Ietthr "P" on a figurative pln byn H. 'rhietl, dlnted .Tuinallry 12. 1.It;. and recorded In the reeport- of tho surveo yorrs oMflie in the lnte City of .Jefferson, . FHid I tion the original trlan is dsignat-led by the No. :i, and measuren 0 fee frot fronton Jersey street by a depth of 10e feet hh twion on(rillcl lines. The foregoing dles'rlihbd proprties comprise over three-fourtli of the entire sitiuare with a total rrmaurrnemnt of se) feet front on iaurel strict. 3i f) t feet rfiont in Bordeaux. 21it fret front. on Lyons. and 180 feet front ofn .ersey street. Together with itll the builings and improvements thereon, romniprising an elegant, modern and uciltstar.tially-built one,-story and attic frame cottlage fuilng BIordaux street, ontalns four large nparirmni.ts. central hall, front and rear g.Itlcry ald two r emrn and closet in the attic. 'lie aiter'irn iR atttwhctid, containing one room andl closet on aeihl of the fli st nlld second floors. 'Thf out-uildin rigs are a suaile and carriage hou,uise. poiillt, y, lsmmer and ht-houses, wood andrl coat .Jl'heds. and another frame house de tlu-hied fronting on Lyons stiret in which are four rooms, tour uisterns. it'-. 'The surplms grourid is sfasily laid out and plinted iis an ornamental flower garden, and >teaittifully chialed by a luxuriant growth of orange., mntnulla and other evergreen trees. A homet of sp.rlor comfort and advantages. for a largeo family. ,. FOURI CERiTAIN LOTH OF GROUND situated in lthe hixth District of this city, and In the square No. Il; on the original plan of the Fabibourg West BIoulinny--now Rsuare Nq. 177PJ' which is toiundled by Valoene. Bordeaux. Laurel and Live Oak streets. Said jits are designated by the Nos. 17,. 19, arind 20. tas per plan by L. H. P'lli. surv.eyor, ldatedI the 111th of .lrne 18ws, taken from a sket -h made by IB. W. Todd, sur veor of the late City of Jeffersn, dated the 2ad of Novemher, 15M9;.. a copy of which sketch is annexed to an act of sale passed before J. J. Crdf~Tui. r.notary Duilic. on the 17th of June. 1870. Iaisoriinrg to which the anid lO rri nurure-ea.o 2I; feot front on Valnrce street by a depth be tweeni paralelni lines of 120 fiet. Lot No. 17 forimns tha corner rf Valence and Laurel streets. I . A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated I in the Sixth District of this city, and in the arnme sq.uare as the inlst atibove descrlbed and deslrignated by the No. 15, as ipir plan by B. W. Todd. surv'eyor iof the Into City of Jefferson, date.. I thi 2:ul Novermber. Ii;9. arilu annexed to San V:t befo're E. (rCommnagere, a notary publc. on the '27th May, 1872. according to which the ,said lot measurRes at feet front on Laurel street by 151, feeot in depth, betwen parallel lines,. 7. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with all t the huildings and improvements there on, ituats,d In t he Sixth )lstrict of this city, and ldesignattd by tihe No. 12 in squarre No. 40. now 25a. which is compri-es(i within Plati.uemine5 (now ColiseRum). (:hestnt., Bordeaux and Val e.rl: streets. measuIring 25 fei.t c, inches front on Collcslm street by 10i fiot in depth, between parallel Iinls. 'rogethier with the improvements theurcion, comprising a n.eat. fraumr cottage. built reitired f;om the h.rla nioutto. andrl containing three' roorns and callery, ir.i-trr and shed. r. TFITEE LOT'H O)F (tI)OUND situated in lRic'kervillc. in theI Sixth I)istrict of this city, and in the s,.,iare No. il; (if said Faubourg Rick erville. tboundnr d y fLaurul, Vtlmont, Leontlne anrd Live )urk streets. Siatl liti are ,IesgP.nat4kd by the Nr,. 0, 11 anril 12 '1i ai, wo Dini--0ione by B. ltiisson & Thompson. surv.yirs,r on the 2d of Mar-,h. 14IS, and th t othir biy Adolphe Kuel, ar chit: "t di t.d te.l 1tht of .Janiu:l ry, iT52, and de posit'.d in the offler of Jamns Graham, notary liti I-. HSatil lot-i mleasi ri cactih 27 feet 2 inchers ront on Valmornt street by a denth of 138 feat ii IncheSg 7 lines. t,,twciJn pirrillils. i. TWO CE;TA IN LOTS tF G[ROUND, si tlited in thte Fa.lbolurrg West ilouligny. in the Sixth I)sltrict of this city. and in squiIare "C" of said fanrollurg. boundid tby Tehoupltoular or Leve. Bordeaux arnd Front streets and a com mon alley. SHil lots art. designated biy the Nos 5 anld C on a plan by If. Moethausen, dated the 2011 of Deci;mts:r 1814. ranil ,leposited in the offIce of the late LI. I. Kenny. then a notary public in this city. HSaid I ty udjolin each other and menasurre eteh 28 fe:t front orn Front street by a idepth, between Darall.el lin',. Of 15 feet.. The improveinent.s aleiong to the tenu.a.d. Ir. TEN SItAREt OF THlE NEW ORLEANS. CREDIT FONCIEit ASMO(CI'ATION. Terrms and conditions- Fir the stock, cas.h; and for the real estate. one:-half rcash and the balanrce at one, andl two years' creilit for note. sedcially secured by morrtgage an i rvendor's lion on tbh prop -rty sold, bectring all the usual eaiuLIses uf 5 per cent p r alnnumll interest from the: day of 9 sale until final Ilpaymnent, 5 per cent attorney'S fi'·' in vernt of sullit to enforce their coll:ction. The Improvemi-nte t ,te kept Insur ,d by the Pu re.hasirs an ttranfi r the policy of insuiranice to the hoillrs of the notes. and as.= sirnm the puaym,.rt rf all the taxes payable i1. 1878 over arinl aborve the Drie. r,f adjuldication. Act.s of s-le hefore Charles: T. yono.t. Eso..: notar'r tiuhlie., at the ,expense ot the purchasBeri.j o, 27 nOc: 10 17 21 d'L t BUCCESSION NOTICES. Sureesion of Frank or Francis WoOds. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THU parish of Orleans. No. 39,59'-Whereas E. T. Parker, Publi', Administrator, has Detl tioned the court f,r letters ,,f administratlon on the estate of the late Frank or Franei Woods. de',ased. intestate. Ntice is herey given to all whom it may concern to showl cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. By order of the court. no, bia JOHN HERBERBT. Clerk, 4uccefflon of Mathlias Klein. SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PA L ish of Orleans, No. 3s9,63-Notice is hereb given to the creditors of this estate and to all othe persons herein interested to show cause withi ten days from the present notification, if an they have or can, why the account presen ed by Frank Ma.ius, testamentary executo of the dec ax.d, should not be approved an homologated, and the funds distributed in ac cordance therewith. By order of the court. nor, lo 15* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. 1 succession of John Durkin. SJ1ECOND DI TRICT C' URT FOR THE PARi -' ish of Orleans, No. 3a.594-Notice is hereb' given to the creditors of this estate and to a other persons herein interested, to show ea within ten days from the present notiflestion. an, they have or can, why the account or sented by Troiville E. Sykes. admin!strator this estate, should not be approved and logated, and the funds distributed in aor ance therewith.