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i *SNW FIP NALUN. - -ty ot New Orleans vs. Nleholas Es tava. n . DISTRICT OTT COU FOR THE Sof Orleans, No. HI1.414-By virtue t of flir facins, to me directed SE honorable the Superior Dis uart for the parish of Orleans, In the entitled cause, for city taxes of 175, proceed to sell at public auction, lorehants and Auctioneers' Exchange, street, between Canal and Customhouse Second District of this city, on hD ember ~it 1877, at 12 o'olock m., ow A rhbed roeert tto tit Ste irt District of this city, In square r two hundred and sixty-fve, bounded rone Gravler. Common and I)ryades ignated as lot number one, forming eorLr o Baronne and (ravier streets, att tienty-six feet front on Baronne ý one hundred and four feet in depth n Oravier street. in the above sult. T0rms--Cash on the spot. ash on OA H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. '100 de4 24 Ctl tay of New Orleanl vs. Pierre P'on peu: samle vs. same. OR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE Sof Orleans, Nos. 8s:,33n and 7240-By two writs of flin facias, to me di the honorable the Superior Dis for the parish of Orleans, in the -en tld causes, for city taxes of 1s7r 1516, Will proceed to sell at public au,' Sat a Merchants and Autioneers' Ex S Io street, between Canal and Cus Sooeets, in the Second District of this - NDAY. December 24, 1877, at 12 o'clock in decrlbed roperty, to Wit N OT OF G()OUNtD. situated in strict of this city, in square num r hiundred and sixty-two, bounded by men, Dauphin , Union and llurgundy CN= t a, designaed as lot number thirteno, rlng thirty-two feet front on Frenchmen Seighty-fve feet in dept h. - Inthe above suits. m--OJush on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 1tt de4 24 O lty of New Orleans vs. L. A. Four nier: same vs. same. 1IRIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR TIlE * h of Orleans, Non. s7,428 ant rn:3i- 5 .rtue of two writs of flerl factas, to r ted by the honorable the Hnuverlor So urt for the parish of Orleans, in the Ye ehtltled causes, for city taxes of 1T75 1~76 I will proceed to sell at publi aue ,It te Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex Royal street, between Canal and Cum eate streets, in the Second District of this on MONDAY, I)ecember 24. 1877, at 12 an., the following descrlbed property, to - RTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit Sthe Sixth District of this city, in square one hundred and seventy-four, bound a Laurel and Constance streets and lOOn Avenue, designated as follows: Lots -U IN eighteen to twenty-one each measur tty feet front on Jena street by one hun and twenty feet in depth; lot number t-two, forming the corner of Jna and tl.tretd, measurlin thirty feet front on t by one hundred and twenty feet in nip urelstreet; lot number twenty-three rg thirty feet front on Laurel street h ohundred and twenty feet in depth; lot twenty-four measuring thirty feet front treet by one hundred and eighty St above sults. se-Cash on the spot. THOMAR H. HIANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 1031 de4 24 h City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. EInlicI R. Chanut; same vs. same. BIOBR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE of Orleans, Nos. 81.T57 and o3s--By e of two writs of flerl facias, to me direct the honorable the Superior District forthe parish of Orleans. in the above tled causes, for city taxes of 187I and 1ls7, I rooeed to sell at public auction, at erchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. 1 street, between Canal and Customhouse the Second District of this city, on A December 24, 1877. at 12 o'clock m., io ng described property, to wit AIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit In the Second District of this city, in .narenumber two hundred and ninety-tour. .slded by Miro, St. I'hilip, Maine and Tonti traets, designated as lot number twelve, mnas n thirty-six feet front on Miro street Iy eO hutsdred and seventy feet in depth. In elathe above suits. ms--Oash on the snot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. aOhl de4 24 ln e City of New Orleans vs. John Fisher; same vs. same; same vs. same. S lUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE Siarish of Orleans, Nos. 70,tol so5. ci96 and SIM-66 y virtue of three writs of leri factas, to Re directed by the honorable the Superior Dis t otCourt for the parish ,t Orleans. in the 'e entitled mauses. for city taxes of 1874. 1875 and 1876, 1 will lproeed'l to sell at puliti au, on. at the Merchants Iand Aut tiolenrs Ex O I, Royal street. bltween ('anal land Cus mouse streets, itn the Secolnd District of itis on MONDAY. December 24. 1577. at 12 o clok in.. the following described property, to wit 1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit lated in the Sixth District of this city. ill utiara number onl hlllldrd and sixty-set.In. bounded by General Taylor. Constance, l'enis ton and Laurel streets, designated as lot num e r ten, melsulring thirt y feet front ofI General alor street by one hundred and lftoen foot in depth, 2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit nated in the Sixth District of this <ity,. in sqiare number two hunIred and nine. bounded General Taylor. Constance, Peniston anld a ane streets designated as lots numbers ten, eleven, twelve and thirteen. Imeasuring ne hundred and twenty-seven feet front on Qeneral Taylor street by one hundred and ateea feet in depth. biRed in the above suits. Terms-Cashl on tile spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. nosl de4 24 YTe City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. J. B. Collie; same vs. same. QUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans, Nos. 72.753 and t3 849--By virtue of two writs of Ileri facias, tio ' e directed by the honorable the Superior District Court f r the parish of Orleans, in the above en ut!led causes, for city taxesofQi1874 and 1875.I will ºrooeed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal reet. between Canal and Customhouse streets, the Second District of this city, on MONI)AY, I member 24. 1877, at 12 o'clock im., the following described property, to wit A OERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Fourth District of this city. In square number two hundred and seven, bounded by beliolty. Prytanla, St. Charles and at. Mary streets, designated as lot numlber four, mea,sur Ing thirty feet front on Felicity street by one hundred and nine feet in depth. Seized in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. "oS1 de4 24 The City of New Orleans vs. Henry New baner; same vs. same; same vs. same. S.UPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans, Nos. 7;.;7.6, 89,:127 and ;709 My virtue of three writs of fleri facias. to me di eooted by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1874. 1875 and 18.e, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street. between Canal and Customhouse t s, in the Second District of this city, on IONDAY, December 24. 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the following described property, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit mated in the Second District of this city. in uare number two hundred and thirty-nine ded by St. Peter. Roman, Orleans and ur streets, designated as lot number one. ing the corner of St. Peter and Roman , measuring one hundred feet front on St. street by fifty-seven feet in depth and ton Roman street. in the above suits. Terms-Cash on the Spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. no21 de4 24 SUCCESSION NOTICES. Sues of Paeter Oestricher. SEUOOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR 6.3 Ish of'Orleans. No, ss.1s.-N.otice is here given to the creditors of this estate. and to all r persons herein interested, to show cause ten rom the resent notification. tier have orn, wy the aceount pre +. -Wei,· natural et Be..- . -. m+.-m..+.+d JsDZrOIA la&a!'aslI2Iw.. IMWR1PF WALK$. The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. Frank A. bllhan; same vs. same; same vs. samu; same va. samo. QUPERIOII DISTRICT COURT FOR THE j iarish of Orlilans Nos, 84,0110, 50,197, 68,070 andslat.2H9--ly, virtue of four writs of hlirl facint, to mp dlirootd by the' honlorable thie n vprlor Districlt Court for tih parish of Orleans in tIlhe allvo enitled ulllses, for city taxes of 1871, 1878, 1874 lind 1871. I will proried to sell at. public iaution, ll t the Morclihnts and All liouneers' Exohlltittg. Royal strll't. bitween Canal mind (Justlomltoe llll tUeFlOlts, in tlh Sueontd DiL trio; of tllhs city, orl MONDAY, Dlecembr 24 1877, at. 12 'clock In.. the followilng described property o wlt- A CEIIt AIN P 1iRTION OF GROUND. situated in the First District of thlis city, in square number two hitundred. anti fourteen, bounlded by Clio, Carondolet, Calliope and St. Charloes strnts. designated no lot number twently seven. measuring sixteen feet front on ClI, street by oine, hundred and fifty-nine foot in doepth. oeliid in the titove sltit. Terms-C.sth on l A t . slll. '1HOMAH M I. IHANDY Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. no21 de4 24 The City oat New Orleans vs. Prederiek Graft; same vs. same. SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE L ptarish of Orleans, Nos.72.071 and 57,452- By virttue of two writs of flerl fOIlns, to me diro1teod by the honorable the superior Dlstrlit Court for the parish of Orleans, ftt the abiovew entitled Paiues, for city taxes of 1874 and 1871. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mrcihants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street. hetween Catnal and Custombhouse streets, In the Second District of this city, on MONDAY. Decembor 24, 1877, at 12 o''clock m., the followlng deuscribed property, to wit A CEIRTAIN PORTION OF IROUND situalted in the Hixth District of this city, in sqularet numlllber two hulndredl and ten. bounded by Amtlia, Magazihne. Constance and Peniltonl streets, dslignated as lotts numnbere cigitleein and one-hllif of lot nulmber ninetel tn, neaSttlur forty-eight feet front tin Anmelia stlreoit by onto hlundred tand fourteen foot ill diptll. Seizod in tl labolv suits. Terms-Catsil tin tlhe spot. THOMAR H. HANDY, Civil SherllT of the Parish of Orluana. n11021t de4 24 The City of New Orleans vs. Widow L. ('ltqteill: 8alel VS. samln; Imeii vs. Iame. SUPERIORII DIRTRICT COUIIT FOR THE parish of Orleans, Nos. ! 0t.(si. 1 1183 andil 5:I1-By virtue of ithroe writs of fleri faclas, to mle dirocted, by tile honorable the Huperior l)il trict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the labove entitled causes, for city taxeo of 1741 1I75 and 1X76, I will uroceed to sell at Ipublitl aniltion, at the Merchants and Au'tionours' Ex clhango, Royal street. between Canal and Cus. toII.mhouse streetse, lin tile Neoond District of this citt. on MONDAY, I)ecomlnr 24. 1877. at 12 o'clock m.. the following descIribed property, to wit 1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit uated in tle 14 relond District of this city, in slllare number sixty-one. Ibounlded by Tou louse, St. .Peter,. Boliurbon and IRoyal streets, designated ts lot lllnumber tenll, measIuring twienltr-ln foot froint on Toullousei stret, by -ighty-thrie fe!et in depth. 2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uinted in t lie Third IDistrictof this city. in square niumbller twenty-throo, Iontlidtd by Louisa. L0' vie, Piety and ('hartrot streets, ldesignatied as follows: Lot lllnll!mbr onl. mnltsurling thirty three feot front, on Lbolisa lettit biy one' huln dred nit ihirty-four feet, in dlpth; lots nlumn oirs two ti d thre., meisuring nieih thirty-two foot front onll Levee street by one hundred andl thirty-foiur feet in depth. bioizld in tihot ollivo ults. Torrns-Ctsh on lithe s.nt. T''IOtMAM H. HANDY. Civil Shoriff of thile arish of Or'ltsll. n021 ti'4 24 The City of New Orleans vs. Miss Virginia Flory; same vs. Widow Louis (Chuchon; sael. vs. atime; same vs. Mrs. Robert Dean) ; same vs. Mrs. A. Deanl: Ralte vs. same. SUPEIIORt DISTRI(IT COURT FOR THE vparish of Orleans, Nois. 82.172, 35,072, 51,394, t6.2120, 81,)1tl and It0t5.-l y virtuo of six writs ofloeri facias, to me dir~eted by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Or Ianlls, in the above entitled causes, for'ity taxes if 187t1, 1871. 173. .1874,1875 and 1870. I will tprooed to sell at Iubllc auction at the Mteri-hants and Anc tioneers' Exichange, Royal street, between Canial and Customhouse stlrelts, in the necond Distritr, of this city, on MONDAY. Decemlber 24, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.,the following describeid property, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the Secuond District of this city, in square number three hundre'd and twenty-two. bounlded by Dumailani, . Pt.Phlip. Dorgenoil and ibocheblave streets, deslgnated as lot numlber four. measuring thirty-seven feet front on Ilin maine street by one Iutndrod antd svetnty-live folt in depth. Hetized in the labove, tllits. Terms catsh o thit' spot. TI.OMAM H. HANI)Y. Civ0il Sh1 if' of the Parish of Orlnsl. no21 do4 24 The City of New Orleans vs. Jean M. Bilrlhllt s11ne vs. saRllm. S.UPETRIOR DISTRICT COURT FORt THE L lparish of Oroans, Nos. 8:13,7 and 1811--By virtu, of two writs of Ilori faelas, to me dircted by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orlans, inll the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1875 and 1876(. will proceed to soil at public auIIcion,)a. at the M1r chalnts and Allotioneers' Exchlnlll, Ro yal st reet. between Canal and Custonlhouse streets, in the Second listrict of this city, on IIONI)AY. December 24.18577. at 12 o'clock m., the following desertled property, to wit 1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit unlted in the Third Distritl of this city. iin squlare numlllber eight, t bllllld and nintl v-llive hounded by Prieulr, Lahartie, Cohlinbllus and Roman stricts, dIesgnaited itas lot numbeir thi r teen, forming the corner of Priour Ian Laharlpe stroots, nlmeasuring thirty-three feet front on Pri'our strolt by one hulndred fooet in dlepth and front, onl Laharpeý street. 2. A CIERTAIN PORTION OF (;IOUND. sit unted ill the ihird District of this city, inll sulllllre number nine hulidred anud two. bounded by Onzala. .1 iOnso>n, Lapeyrouiis and Priellr streets, designate. l as lot number thirteen, forming thie corner of Onzaga and Johnson streets, measuring ftlfty-nine feot front on O(n 7.Zga street by one, hundred aind twenlty-four fret in depth and front on Johnson strcet. Seizedl in the labove suits. Terms--Calh on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. no21 dc4 24 The City of New Orleans vs. Jean Gaudin; same vs. same: same Vp. same. IlUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE . porish of Orleanus, Nos. 85,775. 4852 and 4142-By virtue of three writs of flri facias. to me directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above entitled causes, for city taxes of 1875 and 1876. 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. December 24, 1877. at 12 o'clock m., the following described property, to wit 1. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GRIOUND, sit nated in the Second District of this city, in square number one hundred and forty-one, bounded by Bayou Road, Liberty, Barracks and St. Claude streets, designated as lot number eighteen, forming the corner of Bayou Road and Liberty streets, measuring twenty-seven feet front on Bayou Road by eighty feet in depth on Libelrty street. 2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit uated in the Third District of this city in square number thirteen hundred and Afty four. hounded by Broad. Columbus. Laharpe and Dorgenois streets, designated as follows: Lot. number thirteen, measuring thirty feet front on Broad street by one hundred and flfty six foot in depth: lot number fourteen. meas uring one hundred and fifty-six feet front on Broad street by one hundred and ten feet in depth. Seized In the above suits. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. no21 del 24 City of New Orleans vs. Philip Bernous; same vs. same. SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR UIHE parish of Orleans, Nos. 83.669 and 2405--By virtue of two writs of fieri facias, to me directed by the honorable the Superior District Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above enti tled causes, for city taxes of 1875 and 1876, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY. De eeember 24. 1817, at 12 o'clock m, the following described property. to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit uated in the Fourth District of this city, in square number sixty-three, bounded by Sora puru, St. Thomas, Chippewa and First streets, forming the corner of Sorapuru and St. Thomas streets, designated as lots numbers one and two measuring sixty-two feet front by one hundred feet in depth. Seized is the above suits, Terms-Cash on the sloot cirt a, ffJAtA o1W Y. " Sill~~tia . ." -p mICIexAl ADYZRTVasZMstaes. 3III1FFP MALES. The City of New Orleanm vu. Mrs. John Bensel: same vs. eame. JUPERIORI DINHTICT COURT FOR THE parish of Orleans. Nos. 8:1,754 and 2411o-BIy virtue of two writs of fled faiaes, to me direct ed by the honorable the Superior Distrlct Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled ncauses, for city tnxes of 1H75. and 1R71. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants' anti Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal strt et betwoen Canal and Customhouse streets. in the He'ond Distrlct of this city, on MONDAY December 24, 1577, at 12 o'clock m, the following described property, to wit A CERTAIN PORTION OF (IIROUNN , situ ated in the Fourth Distr letof this city in square number one hundred and flfteen, bounded by Washington, Laurel. Uonstance and Hixth streets. designated as lot number seven. melas uring twenty-nine feet front on Washington street, by one hundred and twenty feet In depth. Seized in the above suits. ' erms-Cash on the spot. THOMAB HI. HANDY, 'Civil Sheriff of the P'arish of Orleans. no21 41e4 24 AUCTION A MALEM. By Plaiode J. Spear. HUCCEBSION OF JOHIN A. MILLEIl. THREE SPLENDID CO'rTTON PLANTAT IONS in the parish of Conordia, State of Louis ieana. MOHT VALUABLE IMPROVED PRO PEIITIES on St. Charles street. Ietweon .Julia and Ht. .Joseph stre ,ts. First District, ad on Louis lalna Avenue. between I'rytanlia and Nayiles streets. Hixth District. P'ROMIHSOIRY NOTES. OOLD WATCHII. ETC. MRS. M. P. METCALFE VM. RAJIAII II. 'ITER LING AND OT'IIIEERS. Hocond District Court. for the parish of Orleans No. 3:7,:10. 13Y I'LACIIDE .J. SPEAR, Anotloneer- OfTlhe No. 44 .Royal street-On MONDAY. eInm. ber Il.t 1177. at 12 o'clock m.. will lie sold at. publlo auction, at the St. Charles Awltion Ex change, habslment rotunda of the St. Ciharles iotel. on Ht. Charles stretet, between Common and (iravier streets. In the CITY OF NNW OR LEANS. MTATE OF IOUIMIANA. by virtue and in pursuance to a judgment rendered May 15., 1.75. and signed May 22 1t75l and an order of the twenty-eighth hMt'eft , 176, signed by the lion. A. L. TIssot. .Judge of the 8econd Distrihct Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above matter. the following descrlbed properties, to wit: 1. TWO LOT, OF (IROUND. with all the buildings and Imtrovements t.htreon. situated nl the Faubourg Plalstnce, in the Sixth District of New Orleans (lately in the parish of .Jeff.r son). In the square bounded by Prytania and Nayades streets. Louisiana Avenue and the property of the heirs of DI)lachalse. Ha,! I, ts are desegnated by the Nos. 17 alndi 1S. 'tto a iplan Of Benll Bissotn. surveyor, tiated May 12. 1R1,;. and deposited in the offlec of 0. Droullt, n',tary publlc I i this city. Said lots metsuret etret. t:13 Feet 5 Inches front on Leuleittta Avenue. ty i dlepth of 1ic feet, between parallel lines. Ill .Ameriean measure; hleing t.het same property acquired by the late John A. Miller at sale made by C. H. auvinet.. Herliff of tih parish of Or leans, on ithe 24th ,day of February, 1i72. itn thll matter of John A. Miller vs. .Joseph E. Ouilllot. No. 2!).l:a of tht dtloket of thlle Fourtlh District .'ourt for thet parishl of Orletans. 2. A CERTAIN LOT IOF . OIIOUNII. togetther with all the buildings and im rtovementsl there on, situated In the First Ilisrtit of this ,ity. In the Ru are bounded by St. '.tharles, Camp, lJulia and t. Jo strp'trts. Iin sqluarel No. 111. assessment district No. 3 in the o'ity rolls. teling composed of part of lot No. 4 nntl whole of ,it No.5 ,on a plan of C. A. Hedin. tlated November -. 1a52. d'eposit.ted with W. Shannon. ntttry uiblic. .ot plan No1.11. alld m teasuring. acord ing to said planl1 34 f'eet 11 inchbes 6 lintes frontl orn St.. Charles street. Iy ,lor; f'et itt depth,l btetwtent parallel lines. A,'n Irtl bv the ate.John A. 1ll icr from fGo. C. Waddlll thv nitt pases,i bteftre EIward Barnett.late a tnotary tpublicl in t(Icity. on the 2211 Novetmler. 1;i;. ThIlls property bears the municipal No. 220 St. Charles t t rclt. :. A CERTAIN TitAC P' Olt I'ARC'EL OF LAND, together with all the Iuildings tatnn im provements thereou. situatet il the parish of moncordia. State of Louisiana, about twenty live miles below the town of Vldalia. and con taining 1182 acres of land and known as thel ' Excelslor Plantation." For a morne full de scrlption of tite above-mt'ntioned ptemlses ref rrencne is fully made to ta deed dated tthe ninth dlay of January. 159sr, by the lIate John A. Mllle,r to R.-I'. Miller and George P. Walton, and now unon the records of the parish of Cotp'lrtllia. l'he plantat ion is sold suhllject to a lIalt. exl ir ing Deember , 31. 71. ,a copy of which ltlseI will 1e read at tlhe time o'f sale. 4. A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND), known as the Point. Pleasant Cottn l'lanttt in. together with all the buildings and improvyments thbrne on, situated in the parish of Cone.rdiia. State of Louislana, about twenty-flve miles below thei town of Vidalia, and bounded as follows: On the east and front by the Mississippi river. on the north or upper side by Innads forrmerly owned by John Johnson. andl on the lower lide by lands owned by D. F. Miller, lining the snami lands sold jointly to John A. Miller andt said D). F. Miller by W. N. Mereer and Ann Eliza Mer Cer on February 20, 1934. and recorde(d inl no tarial book G. pages 11. 12 and 13. ont.aining 4.2 aires; also the following portion of section 12 hiaving ia front ern said sec'tion of 31 chains and S)i links. and running back lo3 chaains in a straight line to the iritersection of the back .or ners of sections 11 and 12.l and the front corner of sectilons 23 and 24, containing 135 2-1,1 nires, fll tihe lands lying and being in rstions Ii arind t11 and part of section 12. boerinbefore, d's,'rlbed. ('ointijling in all noi5 2-lN ancres,. being thie saine lands afnfuired by lth late John A. Millir. on the seRond day of oS''tolrnber, 1971. fronm .fHoseph Franklin. shir'iT' of the parish of Con'ordia, in the matter of the succession of David F. Mil ler, Together with 244 shares, now reduced to 224 shares. of thie Capital Sto,fk of the ('itizens' Bank of Louisiana. secured by mortgage oni said property. The purchaser to n.ssuiIII' the paynment of a stock note of the Citizens' Bank of Louisia.na for the sum of $1710. payable on the first of April, 1878, fixed or renewable according to the charter of said Citizens' Bank of Louisiana. 5. THE UNDIVIDED ONE-FIFTH INTER EST in and to the Panela Cotton Plantatlon. sit uated in the parish of Concordia, St ate of Louisi ana, containing 2463 aris more or less, bounded on the north by the lands of J. B. Shields, south by the lands of J. C. Ferriday, east by Lake Con cordia and west by wild lands, owners un known. together with all the buildings and im provements thereon. Aqurired by the late John A. Miller from the tax collector of the parish of Concordia on the sixth day of December. 1871. 6. J. FRANK I'ARGOUD'S NOTE for $500. dated May 6, 1974, due November 24.1875. bearing s per cent eventual interest, indorsed by Lafltte, Duillho & Co. Lafltte, Dufllho & Co. have been released as endorsers on said note. 7. J. FRANK PARGOUD'S NOTE for $5000, dated May 6, 1874, due November 24.1s75, bearing 8 per cent eventual interest, indorsed by Lafltte, Duillho & Co. Lafltte, Dufllho & Co. have been released as indorsers on said note. 8. G. MILTENBERGER'S NOTE, to his own order, dated March 1i 1873, for $2;00, due twelfth February, 1874. paraphed ne varietur by A. DI) eatel, notary, thirty-first March, 1873, with s per cent eventual interest, indorsed by A. Milten berger & Co. Protest waived January 21. 1874. s. J. FRANK PARGOUD'S NOTE for I$7usf, in dorsed by Ernest & Co., dated December 3, 1973. with 8 per cent eventual interest, payable twelve months after date. on which $500oo has been paid. 10. LEON FERRIER'S TWO NOTES, each for the sum of $5000, indorsed by Lafltte, Dufllho & Co., and protested January 12. 1874. Paraphed "Ne Varietur" by P. C. Cuvellier, notary public. 11. A. SORREL'S TWO NOTES, each for the sum of s5000, indorsed by Lafltte Dufllho & Co.. protested April 4, 1874. I'araphed "No Varietur" by P. C. Cuvellier, notary public. 12. CAROLINE DELOGNY'S TWO NOTES. each for the sum of $5000: paraphed "Ne Varie tur" by P. C. Cuvellier. notary public; indorsed by Lafltte, Dufllho & Co.. protested January 23, 1874. Messrs. Lafltte, Dufilho & Co., indorsers on L. Ferrier, A. Sorrel and Caroline Delogny's notes. abdve mentioned in paragraphs 1o. 11 and 12. have been released as indorsers on said notes, 13. P. MALOCHEE'S TWO NOTES for the sums respectively of $5000 and of $50oc 77. in dorsed byJ. Frank Pargoud and Lafltte. Dufllho & Co.. dated March 2, 1874. both payable twelve months after date. Messrs. Lafltte, Dufllho & Co. have been released as indorsers on said notes. 14. J. RHODES' NOTE, indorsed by P. J. Pavy & Co., dated January -, 1872, due Decem ber 20, 1872, for $5000. with 8 per cent eventual in terest protested December 23, 1872. 15. PROMISSORY NOTES AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS, amounting to over 25o.oo0,000, a list of which can be seen at the auctioneer's osfloe. 16 ONE GOLD WATCH, M. J. Tobias' make. TM*s-Cash on adjudleadon. i les., notary JUDIOiAL A2URXTISZMZWTN AUCTION MALEMI. By Placide J. Spear. IIOUMHEHOLD FURNITURE, ETO. SUCCESSION OF MR. AND MRH. A. 8TRAT MYEIR. H;ond Distrint Contrt for thiIe Parish ,of Orlenans- No. 99,RI. B Y I'LACID}E J. HI'EARl. Auntioneer-Offien S4; lloyal street-MON IlA Y. Dweomlber :, 1877, at 103i o'clock a. In., will bI sold at public aurn tion, on Rampart, street,, nacr Euterpt streoot' y virtue and in purcuatrce to an order from thn Hon. A. L. Tiscot,.Illl lte of thtn Mtnond District. C urt, for the parish f Orlains, datedl Novem Ier 17. 1177, for nvolunt, of rald scifie'sion- '~I'iECONT'1ENTi of Ithe hlrelnltifore mnn tioned prolmisesl , onistling in househllrJi fur uiture, .et. Terrms-Cash. no2l 24 27 dils 8PLENDID BUSINE4S HtTAND. iCIORNER OF Rampart- and ERitcur p, streets -Two-story Framoe Dwellinlg on lRaImpart. between Eu teurle and Felicity road, First DlIstrlt. t81CCEIHHION OF MI, AND MBtH. A. HTICAT MYER. Becond DistrlutCourt for the Parish of Orleans- No. 19,t15. I-Y I'LACI:DlE J. HI''EAR,A Auntlonnor-Offlon 41 IRoyal treet--SATUIItAY. iDecember 22. 1I77. atr 12 o'clock ,li., will be sold at putllii anl. tlin, at the St. Charles Auntlin Exchange, base mentll rotunlda .t. Charles Hotlol. on St. CharlNe street, Iimt.wen (travier and Common strnts,. by virtue and In piursutanco to an order from the Hon. A. I. Ti..st, Judge of the eonnl Di s trirt Corilt for the parish of Orleans, dated No vember 17, 1877. for au-mount of said succession, thei followilngg desrlibed proplirtine. to wit- 1. A CERTAIN PIFACE OR I'ARCEL OF fItO)IN I). itated Inl the Hulur Annuncia tnlii, liret LDistrict of this city, in the square bolundel d bIy EIIterpo, Felicity, ltampart or l,,r cuuliues and White strtrt., andl designlateld na lot No. 1 of squarn No.. , on a pllan drawn by .Joseph I'lle., isurveyor, datel twetntieth day of July, llo, anrld deposited in the offl'o of Jloeph Mag lner, Into notlry public in this city, and which saild square No. 1 is dlesignated is sIIquare No. 5 on tIb tiopographiiiol man of this Itily. publlished by (I. 1. Ainloil in Marih, 14; , the said lot forming tl, ohiorner of Itamnparl or Hereuluts anil Eutlerpe streets, and having. in English mcias ulre, 32 fleet front on Rampart or iforulmes it rcert bly dN fietr,11 nlheli In deptlh ali front onl Eu tIrpe street, tiog.t.Iher with atll the bullldllag aind IIImprovrnementll thereoni. rights, wayv. prlvileges anil advantlage thereunto belonging or in anly wi'- apprtalninii. 2. A CERTAIN LOT OF (IROUND, with all the buildlings. righlts. improvementtsS,ways, etc,, to thue same belonging, in the First- Dlstrict ,of this city, in theo square bounded by Eultrpe, Felloity. Ralnpart andl ]lsin streets, havin g 3 feet 5 Inches tront on Rampart street by 98I feet 11 Inches , linel in depth, between parallel lines, Engllh mieasuire, being the greateir part of the lot flgured by the No. 4 on the plln olf isquiare No. H. made by J.. Pill,. sulrveyor, Beculonli Mnimi cipality. on the 21.ih iof Jully. 1840, in the recorlds of A. Mozilreau, then a lnotary in this city, antd is the. same lot the d erased purchlased from Mrs. C. 8. Blridge. De)omlbr 26. Ist, as per ait ,beforie Walter Hiks Peters, notary publitc. The improvements ~on~rist in a two-story frame house. double t.netiument. having four irooms to ut-lh tenement, front. andt ruar gal leries, ormrnin alleyway, two-story frame kitch ern with six roomlis. two uablin·ta and privies. T''rirn.s---CIIlsh on adjudlicaltion. Acts of sale leforie Thuohiulo Buisson, Faq., notary ptblice. lt the ixpense of Ithe urclhsers. ntO t 27 le4 It I 22 AUCTION 8ALES. By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery. GREAT HALE OF UNCLAIMED PA('CKAGE. Ordered by the Hluthern Express (Compnlany -To. be shold ON FRIDAY. NOVEMBIEJI I. AT 11 O'CLOCK. -At Thl Old Aunetion Mart. s7 Camp stroet, TLY R. M. & I. J. MONTOOMEI1Y--R. M. Mont -I gornery, Auitioner -- Will be sol air atboVe stated, to ,ay chaq.rges - A ILARG(E COL,LE"I'ION OF UNCLAIMEII PACKA(iES. Ield by the Houthern Express Comnpan y. Terms--COsh. 11020 By C. E. Girardey. I'EIIEMI'TORY hALE OF A CHOICE SUGAR Estate in Orlans 'Parish-Th-'e Aurora or Morgan I'iantation. Within Four Miles of thi' City. AN INVEHTMENT OF UNT1JSIUAL PROMISE aui l'rod u't i venens. I )Y C. E. GIIRARDEY, A. it'.-neer-Oflin' No. :i Camp sitret- -HA'rII AY. Decembe'lr 1. 1x77. it 12 o'look in.. at tlhe St. 'hiares Aut.ion Exchanlu , will povsitiwely I, sold, at puli I' antlion. iy eonse'nt of parties, to Offlet Ita irtition and sattllmernt TIIAT SPLENDID ;UGAR ESTATE, known as thl "Aurora" or "Morgan Pl'antation." sit noted in the parish of Orleans. on the right Lank of the Mississippi river, about four miles blow tlhe ity of N'ew Orleans. It has aboult 25r' anrpents front on the Mississippi river, 14 of which on the ilpper side have a depth of 70 ar pnlts andill the remaindl~ a depth of 75 arpents, aggregating about 231$) M perficial arpents of the besit ii altity of sugar lands. Together with. all the buildlingis anld imnprovemimts., stock and mrnhiruiniry thereon, comprising a substantiallly built sugar-htousei, equiPied with machinery; engines and sugar mill. a steam cotton gin. sta bles, barns. dwelling and out-touses, laborers' quarterrs, et.; lso. o, twelve good mullles, oxen and ows, c . arts anid wagons., harness, anll the usuali variety of mecllhlanicai tools and ag~ricul tural impliem'ents. schb as plows, e't. There is IL good uDmplJly of hay and other provonler andl suflluient plant 'anato planlt romit;t7, arDent.s for the next "rop ; in comparatively good condli tion for inimedia'e eagltivation, within ,easy reiach of the city, by good roads, for supplies and sale of produits and saecure from the usual overflows, rT'nders this chole. estate exe.dling ly desirable for sale and productive invest ment. The sale is positive, and the attention of capi talists specmially invited. Parties desiring to ex ami no the property will be furnished with per mits on application to the auctioneer. Terms-One-third. or one-fourth at the option of tiie purchaser, cash; balance at one two and three years' credit for notes sp.ecially se cured by mortgage and vendor's lien on the property sold, in equal annual in-tallments. divided into coupons to suit the parties in in terest, and bearing all the usual clauses of 8 per cent per annum in terest from ,lay of sale until final pay ment; 5 per cent attorney's fees in event of suit to enforce their payment. The buildings to be kept insured for half of the credit portion. and the policy thereof to be transferred to the holders of the notes. The purchaser to assume the payment of the taxes due and exigible in 1878 over the price of adjudication. Acts of sale at the ex pense of the purchaser. before A. D. Doriocourt. Es.. notary public. nol3 td IN BANKRUPTCY. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. IN BANKRUPTCY-NO. 1511. IN THE MATTER OF JOHN McMAIMS, BANK RUPT. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States, for the District of Louisiana, at New Orleans, the 20th day of November, A. D. 1877. THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES NO tice of his appointment as assignee of John McMaims, of New Orleans, in the parish of Or leans and State of Louisiana. within said Dis trict. who has been adjudged a bankrupt. upon his own petition, by the District Court of said District. JOHN H. RARESHIDE, no21 28 des Assignee. FURNITURE! FURNITURE! ALL KINDS OF NEW FURNITURE. SUCH AS BEDROOM SETS, PARLOR SETS, PATENT LOUNGES AND CHAIRS., ETC. For sale at the lowest prices by JOHN BOIS, 5 ...............amp Street............. 25 FURNITURE TAKEN ON STORAGE. IiSWUIA4N L FACTORS AND TRADERC" INSURANCE COMPANY, .'............ arondelet Street............3 2 Paid up Capital, $1,000,000. Assets April 80, 1877, $1,282,908 66. ISSUES POLICIES COVERING FIRE. BIVEB AND MARINE RISKS -AT LOWEST TARIFF RATES. ED. A. PALFREY, President. JNO. CHAFFE, Vice President. THOS. F. WALKER, Secretary John I. Noble, T. Lytt. Lyon, John Ohaffe. Samuel H. Boyd. Richard Milliken, Joseph McElroy, J. I. Warren. Wm. J. Behan. B. T. Buckner, B. F. Eschleman, Sam'l Friedlander. Wm. C. Black. A. A. Yates, Chas. Chraffe, John I. Adams, L. C. Jurey, Isaacn Sherek, Wm. Hartwell, R. M. Walmsley, C. J. Leeds, A. H. May. A. T. Janin. B. H. Snowdon, Jos. Bowling. A. M. Blekham. sel RAILROADS. ( B EAT JACKSON ROUTE. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND NEW OIILEANH HAlAIlOAD. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS will depart from and arrlve at. the Calliopei s.tr.t depot from Novenmber 1 l. 1177. a4 follows: DEPARLT, ARRI(VE. Expras No. l.:00 p.m. I Exre.s No.2, 1:saon.m. ECpresc No. I, 7:(00 am. 1 Express No.4. 10:(60 p.mn. NIrs. I and 2 run rdaily, 3 and 4 daily rexcept. PunLLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS through to Ioulevill. Cincinnati and ChlrMio, without rchangri. rind for St. Louis a salnp.Cr I4 attachdel at Milan, nnabling praisngers to go through without lanving the train. Only ono hang', to New York and Eastern 'it ia. Friday evening's train makes no conn.ction for Chicrnuo. Accommodatlon trains .rbtwrn Now Orleans and MeC(omb City: Lerave New Orleans 3:45 p. in. iaiturday, and 7:00 a. m. Sunday. Arrive at New Orleans at 15:20 a. m. and 10:r0 p. m. Monday. This 1, the only line running dloubnle daily through trains to and from all points North andl East. Tickets for sale and information given at 22 Camp st.r.ct., rornir of Common. A, U. SHEI,DON, Tirkft Agent. F. CHANDLEt, Gen. Pass. Agent. rih , THE NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAIL -B- ROAD-MOBILE LINE THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO THE EAST, NORTH AND WEST. Via Louisville via Atlanta and via St. Louis. CARRYING THE U. 8. MAIL. Trains arrive and depart from Depot. foot of Canal street, as follows: DEPART. ARRIVE. Exproes. Hlun- Express...... :35:a. m. day nlliy.... 7:45 a. m. Expresssun Express ...... :00p.. . day only 9:30p.m. Pnro.s.ger, 'x- [I'arsR ngr.ix' 'pt nirday.7:ra0 rr. ici.tett ndlay R:4l p. m. Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati, Louisville. Narhvillo, St. Louis Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia without change and only one change to New York and Eastern cities. Ticket office, corner of Camp and Oommon street, opposite City Hotel. D. B. ROBINSON. Superintendent. Ih2 tf J. W. COLEMAN. Ti ket Agent. THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE. PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. Reorganized for the summer of 1571. l'orking out of New Orleans via the N. O. and S. B., and presenting the following attractive li s to the attention of all North-bound Tour lsts and Travelers: Route No. 1-All Rail. Via Montgomery Columbus. Mav.n, Augusta, Wilmington, kichmond. 62 Hours, New Orleans to New York. The same time always as by any other line. Pullman Bleeping Cars to Opelika. Solid Day Trains thenoe to Augusta. with Pullman Sleeping Cars attached at Macon for Wilmington. Through train Wilmington to Richmond and New York with Elegant Parlor Cars attached to Richmond-thence Pullman Sleeping Cars to New York. ALL CHANGES AT SEASONABLE HOURS AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY VENTILATED CARl. Route No. S-Bay Line. Over the same lines to Wilmington as by Route No. 1. Thence by Special Parlor Cars to Ports mouth. Va. Thence. at 5:30 p. m. daily (except Sunday) by the magnificent steamers of the BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by New York Express, arriving in New York at 2:05 p. m. A sixty-nine hours' run-only seven hours in excess of all rail time. with the advantage of an undisturbed night's rest and superior accom modations upon the Chesapeake Bay. Route No. 3-Thie Old Dominion Line. The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports mouth as Routes 1 and 2. Thence. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 D. m. by the magnificent sidewheel steamships of the OLD DOMINION COMPANY, which invariably arrive at their New York wharves at 9 p. m. A through run of 76 hours, combining the essential elements of Cheapness. Speed and Comfort. Passengers should leave New Orleans Satur days. Mondays and Thursdays to connect close ly with this Line. For Tickets, Checks Time Cards, an i all in formation apply at tAe offices of the New Or leans and Mobile Railroad. A. POPE, General Passenger Agent. J. H. WHITE Southern Passenger Agent. L. L. McCLESKEY, Houthwestern Agent. cor. ner St. Charles and Common sts. ntl 3m HOTELS. TREMONT HOUSE, Corner Tremont and Church Streets, Galveston, Texas. BBISA & ORFILA, Lessees. (Formerly of the Grand Southern HoteL) The Palace Hotel of Galveston. This elegant Hotel, lately completed, IB .OTW OPcXIE -FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC Being built at a cost of $4o0,000. It will be first class in every respect, with all the latest im. provements. ELEVATORS, ELECTBC ANNUN CIATORS, etc. BATH ROOMS ON EVERY FLOOR. We therefore take pleasure in soliciting A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATRONAGE extended by the commercial peen to the late Grand Southern HoteL BBISA & ORFILA. Lessees. Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel AwTowr SBIsA, Ja.. Chief Clerk. y27 5m UNDERTAKERS. HRAB. O. JONF. JOHN G. BOOHE. Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES * ROCHE, 210 and 252 Magazine at.. near Delord. UandrtrLk.md Embarmew. Allnbusumeeantzaite to theArmuw1ill eoehe wPrOmt Cad oat rtmodeate gates. -aC~ry;pr;o~~g: ~;~ lr . WM. D. ROGERS, MANUFACTURER OF STANDARD FINE CARRIAGE;8 1009 and loll Chestnut street, PHILADELPHIA, Manufactory. Thirteenth and Parrish streets succeeding G. W. Watson & Co.. retired. eels s6m cod D)AVID F. CONOVER & CO. SUCCESSORS TO WM. B. WARNE & CO, WHOLESALE DEALERS -IN WATCHES & JEWELRY, S. E. corner Chestnut and Seventh streets. PHILADELPHIA. American Watch Wholesale Salesroom,. ocel em nod WIRE SIGNS. I am prepared to execute, In the nleatesi styles, all kinds of WIRE SIGNS -AND SCREENS For Windows and Doors. at prices that DEFY COMPETITION. Heretofore all orders for Wire Frames have been sent North at a great expense for freight. etc. My SIGNS are MORE DURABLE AND CIIEAPEe then those constructed at the North. All orders promptly attended to. C. A. SCHELIN, n~r1 tf _ 055 MAtAZINSE . AREAT REDUCTION -IN THEl IP'RICES --OF THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE. BEWARE OF WORTILED IMITATIOIW MACRINER. THE SINGER WILL LAST A LIFETIME. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND CASH PBICES. Address THE SINQER MANUFACTURING CO., $. CANAL STREET. t.s tmhl JAMES D. EDWARDS,. (Successor to Daniel and J. D. Edwards.) STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AND ENGII EERS' SUPPLIES, Manufacturer of the most improved STEAM TRAINS FOR MAKING SUGANL . And every description of Copper, Brass and Sheet-Iron Work. Dealer in Iron Pipe and Fittings for Water or Gas; Brass and Iron Valves; ; Oil Globes; Steam and Water Gaugý; B. Tubes; Bolts and Nuts; Punched Nu.t o Screws' Washers; Rivets; Cistern, WUell Force Pnmvs ; Brass and Iron Wire Cloth: ber. Lubricating and Hemr Packing; u her Hose; Belting; Lubricating. .i o Linseed and Headlight Oils; White ton Waste; Cotton Stem Packing: Gas PIVe Stocks and Dies- Pipe Cutters; Totn Wrenches: Pine Vises; Jack cBorews; lue Brushes; Flue Scraers. etc. Agent for the CAMERON SPECIAL STEAM PUMP -For PUMPING JUICE AND SUPPLYING BOILEBI Bend for Price List. JAMES D. EDWARDS. 22, 24. 26 and 28 Front and 21. 28, 25 and 27 Delta street. New Orleans. ien1 '7 17 PHILIP HIRSCR, 50, 52, 54, s. 58s and Po North Peter street. Manufactory-Corner St. Louis and Mirostrees,. New Orleans. Has for sale choice green Hogshead and Bar rel Poles; also new S~dgar Hogsheads, Molases Barrels. Half harrelfand Kegs. all sizes. Prices moderata Batisfaction guaraiteeJ. ee7 3m d&w T. A. BECK, Oice and Salesroom, No. 27 Peters St., Manufactory Carondelet Walk. between Bomar and Prieur streets. New Orleans. Has constantly on hand Sugar Hogsheads. Molasses Barrels. Half Barrels, Kegs and Flouo' Barrels, new and second-hand. Orders for Hoop-poles filled at the lo market rates. Particular attention pal trimming. sea 9d 9 GAS FIXTURES FOR BALNE - Below New York Wholesale Primes, EITHEB TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC O.N ERALLY. Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooks Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings cea be bought, for cash, at less than factory tions. at 60 Camp street, av27 lV JelN B. PFLEMING. Aget. HENRY KLUNG, LITHOGRAPHER, ENGRAVER -AND P . I 1T L "'P2 l . - 511............Magazine Street ......tIl NEW ORLEANS. LA. All work executed at New York prices. iyS! F. BUSCH, GUN AND LOCKSMITH, No. U3 Commercial Place. New Orleans. BELL HANGING, IRON RAILBINGS. General House Work attended to at s notice and reasonable prices. Ale V Locks and Copying Presses repaired: Keys of all descriptions made. Sate inP a netaltv rome - Southern Shoe Factory OF JOHN HANSEN 33 and 3a Canal street. New @.rlmas, TO ALL SOUTHERN CITIEfMI I am of the same opinion as yourselve am determined to help build up the m-an turing interest of our native tate I order help the laboring classes and keep the which would otherwise go to the North, at About ayear ago I started my Faetcry, using the best material and Paina m h p~rnplyIhave been enabled to busthat oineuld havppotherwise lef t the order still to inhee my Faetory. I truesmete. aets; to