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WUrs 13 Segugs Them. a hiteh In the proceedings to get N belonging to the late Con wnent out of the vaults of the d and transfer the funds to t .treasury. The St. Louis 's ashington correspondent obtruetlon thus: 8 ] nor some time since called o. l Secfretary Sherman to the theme assets, and urged that steps recover them to the United States U, the legal successor to the Confedera Secretary, senslble of the dellcacy subject, referred it to the Seee SState and to the Assistant Seere the Treasury for a decision. aConr, Solicitor of the Department of tade an dverse report, on the ground ° 'uUlid open many dellcate questions tis gverntnent was not anxious to to 7'he Secretary of State himself for the reason that he was not wlil any favors of the British govern As to bringing suite in their courts, also remembered that In the Inquiries ted by the Administration of President, t, throll h its agents, Caleb Cushing, fedfein and Judge Titus who were tere at different times, that the British meint expressed itself perfectly willing eougnisre the United States as the executor the defunct onmfederacy, and to turn over provided the United States wore ae ssume its liabilities to British AaAistant Secretary French, in an h Ve opinion, also reported adversely, Mg that in view of the attitude of the government on the question it would - pense to prosecute the claims. mat be regarded as the end of this giaiitlin. Amerlcan sewing Machine, lRn Canal VART5' MPIiECE. tatemtlon of the Radleals to Porce i y.,e Into the Iemeeratle Camp. iOlnilnnatl Enquirer.l W OToN, aDo. 2. .eeretary Evarte' at the New England Slociety's dinner In ork last night, is the first open declara e in a public manner that the Preif not Intend to take the back track in policy. It is held here by esaacious that one sentence of the speech * broad text upon which the Pree be guided in his future course, and 1* that he believes with Evarts that never entered on devious paths, oes not mean to. Inasmnch as Y"esat under the droppings of a unds of his prime miniter a t san be definitely accepted that he in what had been said. It means to c on Blaine, Oonkling and others ate, who have entered into an alli kthe President down, that he is bththeir desire and Intention, and to accept war with these leaders. is no doubt of the intention of those to force Hayes to ally himself with oM tlI party, and then by a vigor tJt fthe bloody shrt attempt to arra oth against the solid South. Both hi.dConkling know that without stir up stron sectional feeling, the Repub p might ýas well lie down peacefully hey will make one final and des effort to galvanize enourh life In the to make it give a final kick, but there be its last struggle. Roller Imen. loincinnati CommerotIl.l W flol, Dec, 24.--Reporte have Ieon the steamboat Inspectors at and New Orleans, that manufacturers iron are violating the law by stamp iron at a certain tensile strain of eqired by law but which, on a mte, falls short of the required The supervising inspector-general prosecute ln the cases reported, but yor to have manufacturers of boiler .t here in January, when the board of inspectors hold their annual ses American Sewing Machine, las Canal CITY ORDINANCES-OFFICIAL. MAvonaarr orw nw OnLUnA, ! Oity HallU, December 19 1877. Administration lWrlee-No. 4941. ane. fixing the polling places in the j reclnot of the Tenth and Eleventh '- of this city. byhthby e Oounoll of the city of That the polling place in eaobh *ota Tenth and Eleventh Wards, as W ide ordinanoe No. U80, be died as Tenth Warn. . lWit Precncat-Bounded by Felicity, 8t. An the river and St. Thomas street, at No. 163 atreet, between Feliioty and St. Mary 4 PrecInct - Bounded by St. Andrew. the river and Rousseau streets, at No. 0 stret, between Tohoaploulas and Bons Preasutt-Bounded by Bt. Andrew, First, and St. Thomas streets, on Rousseau between Jackson and Philip streets, (Po. Prelnot--Bounded b Felicity, Joseph as and Annanoels ton street, st No. .lcseshtme street, between Ohippews and An streets. Preilnot-Bounded by Josephine. First, 1 and Annuniation, t t ). 331 Ohip. betWon Borapuru and Philip streets. Prectot-Bounded by Josephine, First, t ati~on rand Magesine streets, st the corner 'la l ad Phlip streeta, th Precinct-Bounded by Felloity, Jose Annanolition and Magasine streets, at No. arl, between Josephine and St. Andrew th Pre.lnot-Bounded by Josephine, First, and Carondelet streets, at No. 623 Mg. sthrt, between Jackson and Josephine PNlPreot--Bounded by Felicity, Jose n ae and Osrondelet streets, at the t.ania and Felicity streets. Tenth Peolonot-Bounded by Felicity, First, and Bampart (late .nurel) street., at 00ear. of Oarondelet and Josephine streets. Elevnth Preoneot-Bounded by Felicity, First, hmps(late Laurel) and Liberty streets, at the af Jackson and Franklin streets. Precinot-Bounded by Felicity, First, and Magnolia streets, at the corner of and Freret streets. Precinct-Bounded by Felicity and of the line until it meets First with its prolongation, at Magnolia street, Jackson and Philip streets. Eleventh Ware. 1t tl renct-Bounded by First, Washington aid .hippews streets, st the corner ao ad Toboupitoulas streeta, Prenoinot-Bounded by Washington, Po P river and Chippewa streets, at Ni. 979 between eventh and Eighth a Precieon-Bounded by First, Sixth, Chip- . and Oonstan e street, at the oorner of and Laurel streets. , Precinot-Bounded by Sixth, Toledano, w and Constane streets, at No. 305 v orner of .igh Lh street. e Precnct-Bounded by First, Sixth, Con- i and Prytanla streets, on Magazine, be Washington and Sixth streets. Pirecint-Bounded by Sixth, Toledano, a and Prytanis streets, at No. 835 Maga Seventh and Eighth streets. C Precinct-Bounded by First, Wash Pytna and Rampart (late St. Denis) at No. 65 Baronne street, between Wash Fa ourth streets. Precinct-Bounded by Washington, Prytania and Rampart (late St. Dnis) 0 the corner of Sixth and Carondelet Precriat-Bounded by First, Toledano, (lats 8 Dents) and Howard (late 8t. Avenue) streets, on Sixth street, between w tgiok ad it. David streets. a Prele t-aouniI by First, Toledano, i Avenue (aew mward seet), and the w ef the Eleanth Ward, at the corner t and Waat streets. r tbe a tcitw of New Or NOTICE OF ELECTION. a. Onwroa or Onr. S.umrr, PAmes or OntaIuA, 1 New Orleans, December 15, 1877. et By and under authority of a writ of election n. to me directed on the twelfth day of December, 1e one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, bo by his excellency Francis T. Nicholls, Governor of the State of Louisiana Notice is hereby given that AN ELIOTION d WILL BE HELD in conformity with eat No. as e of the extra session of 1877. on SATURDAY, rs THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF DECEMBER, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, to fill a vacancy in the General Assembly of the y State of Louisiana, caused by the resignation of _ the Hon. James B. Eustis, Senator from the 1. Fourth Senatorial District, composed of the Of Tenth and Eleventh Wards of the city of New d Orleans. s THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. deilt td CANCELLATION OF BOND. STATs Or LoUISIANA. Executive Department. , Whereas. GEORGE W. DUPRE, of the city of New Orleans. has appDled to me for the cancel lation of a bond of ten thousand dollars, sub scribed by George W. Dupre & Co. as principals, with John A. Walsh and P. O. Facende, also of said city, each for the sum of five thousand dol lars, as securities, dated March 25, 1877. and con ditioned for the falthful performance of the duties of said Gnorge W. Dupre & Co. as State Printer, under act No. 49 of the regular session of 1877, in pursuance of n contract executed before W. J. Castell, notary public, In the city of New Orleans, bearing date the twenty-eighth day of March, 1s77. Now, therefore, I, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to Issue this, my proclamation, in order to give notice to all persons therein Interested to show cause, In writing, at the offime of the Secretary of State, in the city of New Orleans, within ninety days from and after the last publication hereof, why the sald bond should not be cancelled and annulled, and the scurities above named discharged from any further liabilities In the premises. Witness my signature and the seal of the State of LOuisiana, at the city of New Orleans, this seventh day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventr seven. FRANCOI T. NICHOLLS. Governor of the State of Louisiana. By the Governor: WILL A. STmONO, Secretary of State. * des ant CANCELLATION OF BOND. STATE OF LOUISIANA, Executive Department. , Whereas, STEVEN LE BOURGEOIS, of the parish of Livingston, has applied to me for the cancellation of a bond, dated November 12.1 87, drawn by him, the said Steven Le Bourgeois, as principal, with Baxter Felder, G. D. Wells. A. Lobell, H, I. Scivitque, Joseph H. Allen, Jesse T. Feolder. It. M. Allen, W. L. Jones, Levi Spiller, William S. Davis and A. M. Davidson, as secu rities, also of said parish of Livingston, for the sum of six thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of said Steven Le Bourgeois as Tax Collector of the parish of Livingston. Now, therefore, I, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLR, Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought proper to issue this my proclamation, with the view of giving publioc notice to all per sons therein interested. to show cause, in writ Ing, at the office of the Secretary of State, in the city of New Orleans, within ninety days after the last publication hereof, why said bond should not be cancelled and annulled, and the securities therein discharged from any further liabilities in the premises. Given under my signature and the seal of the Stateof Louisiana. at the city of New Orleans.this first day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven. FRANCOI T. NIOHOLLB. Governor of the State of Louisiana. B the Governor: x'r .L. A. BTRONG. Secretary of State. Yi44 20t BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS. SUPRITNTEND3NT'5 OcFFIE, Dec. I0, 1877. Pursuant to a resolution of the Board of DI rectors, a COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION of applicants for position as teachers In the Pub lie Schools will be held In the Franklin School house, St. Charles street, on THURSDAY, 27th, and FRIDAY, 2sth Inst.. ato a. m. This examination is for Grammar and pri mary Grades, and Is open to applicants who, by reason of absence from the city. or forany other cause, failed to secure certificates of qualflica tion In the September examination. Appllcants are required to send written notice to the Superintendent's office, 20, City Hall, prior to the examination. stating their names. residence, experience, and the certifloates of qualification at present hold by them. By order of the Committee on Teachers. WM. O. ROGERS,. donl td Chief Superintendent Public Schools. NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS. BOARD OF LIQUIDATION, State of Louisiana, Now Orleans. December 17, 1877. I hereby give notice that a SPECIAL MEET ING of this Board will be held on TIIURSDAY, Doenmtler 27. 1877. at 12 o'clock m., at the Speak or's Room, State-House. ALLEN JUMEL. Auditor and ox-officio Secretary of the Board. deos lot PROPONAL8 FOR LEVEE WORK. STATE OF LOUISIANA,) Executive Department, New Orleans, December 24,1877., Sealed proposals will be received at this offiee until SATURDAY, December 29. at 12 m., for the construction of the following levees: Reine Levee. parish of St. James. Forstall Levee, parish of St. James. Thiry Levee, parish of Iberville. Plans, profiles and speciflcations of the above works will be ready for inspection at the State Engineer's office between the 26th and 29th of December. Proposals shall be addressed to the under signed, and each one indorsed for the particular levee on which the bid is made. Sealed proposals must contain a deposit amounting to one cent for each yard of the esti mated contents up to ten thousand yards, and an additional quarter of one cent for every yard over, to be forfeited to the State in case of the failure of the contractor or bondsmen to qualify within forty-eight hours after adjudication, or else the bondsmen must be present at the open ing of the bids, prepared to sign immediately. The Board reserves to itself the right to reject any or all bids. FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, Governor and President of the Board of State Engineers, de25 td TO THE LADIES. DR. BILLE has returned from Paris and opened an office at 154 Canal street, between Carondelet and Baronne. Dr. Bille has the se cret of Ninon de l'Enelos, who, up to her death in her seventy-second year of age retained the beauty, vivacity and spirit as when she was twenty years ot age. By Dr. Bille's treatment, which is pleaeant, even enjoyable, ladies can do away with all cosmetics and paints, as the skin beoomes soft and white. the eyes regain their wonted lustre and strength, and vivacity re turns. The old beome young, and the young, who have ruiied themselves with late hours and ezoeesa., beoome beautiful and -full of the ro_ an . t re ,ofd uth.o All blseasea.d t esne d eo ,VnDtzcL AD RTUashNI'5. SIIaIIpp PALM. tiselaen' Bank of Leutislana v. Jean U. Lepretre and Mrs.. J. Aldige and her hus band. SIXTIH DISTRICT COURT FOIR THE -pariehof Orleans, No. 9711-vy virtue of a wrlt of selaure and isal, to mn directed by the honorai,le the Slrth Distrll t Court fIr the par ish of Orleans, In the ale enltiftled icauset, I w111 proceed to aseill at publlic aotin. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchiange. IRoyal street, between Canal and Customnholus streets, in the Second District of this city o,n TUEH DAY, January 29. 1575, at 12 o'clock in.. the following described pproprty, to wit A LOT OF GRIIUN, sitl uated in the Hecond District of the city of New Orleans, In the .quare bounded by St. Louis. Bourbon, Tou louse and Royal streets, desal ated by the letter 0 on a plan drawn by. A. ri 'Homerourt. deputy surveor dated the thlirty-Ilet of Decrnmber, 15r7, and annexed to an act of thetwenty-second of January. 1Ass, before A. Iloudousquit, late a notary ptbllc In thIs cIty; seld lot measuring twenty feet ten Incihes sIx lInes front on Ht. Loula street by one hundred and eleven feet In depth and twenty feet five inches in width on the rear line. Togelther with Ihe buIldings and improvements thereon. together also wIth eighty-foulr shares of the capItal stocIk of ttle Citl.,cis' Iiank of LouIlsl ann atat.hnd to said property. telaed in the aove msut. Terms--The p urcIhalr to furnish astock note In favor of the Citlllenn' ]ank of Llllisli:inR for the sum of five it hundred and seventy-six dol larr, falling due on the first of February, 179!. and renewable aco rding to the (charter of the Citiens' Dnlnk of LouliIahnal, and the baltanoce cash, ilte purchaser to assume all the otlliga tlone and responsibilities of a stockholder of the COtizens' Bank of Loui.Iana, and the stock note so furnlshed to he ldentlfid wI h the act of mortgage of the ninth of Septiember, i:1i4, before T. egherer, bIle a loitary tublie In this lity, the act of dIvisIon of hnortgana of the twenty-sec ond of January. 15r(, ilefore A. Itlioudouslmli., late a notary pblic lnt hthis clty. and with the sherllTff's deed of sale In il is case. TIT'l MAH II. HANDY, Civil HleriT of the Parti Iof o( treiani. del.s jilu 17 29 puecesslon of the Late Jacques Holet, De enased. "ECOND DISTRICT COURtT FOR TIE PAR S(sh of Orloans, No. :iO,7Ti.--ly virtue of a iudgtnent rendered I)en'ombr 21, 1577, and fined nDecember 27. 1577, to me directed by the honorable the oecond UtlsIri' (Court for the par Ish of Orleans, in the abl.ve otitlled matter I will proceod to sell at publlI aulltion on tile prenllses hereinaflter deslgnaterd on WEI)DNEi- I )AY, Januarr 9, 1578, at 5 o'iloik tp. in.. the fol dring e d hserlied propnrt, ito wit ANNDNIVID BI) l ]'AIHA ART 81IARE AND I INTEI'EH T, belonaing to said saucessIon, of. in 1 ad to the contents of the locksmtllh shop sit Lated No. 0lo Customhouse street, botwein Royal nd iBourbon streets. In the recond District of I his city. as per inventory on file. Termes-Cash on the syot. 1 THOMAS II. HANDY. Civil Hheriff of the Parish of Orlhans. I deLl ja 9 |i Georgte Koepke vr. ulrceslion of Clara Dierker. t1IFTH DIHTRICT COURIT FOR TIHE I'A IsiL of Orleans, No. n5H:3-ly virf lio or a writ of sezlure and o ale, to me directed by the honorable the Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans, In the above entitlfed cause I will porcr'd to sell at public aurtion., at the Merchants and Auctloneers Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and (lsnt .(Pmhouse streets In the Heocond District of thins city, on WEIDNEHDAY .January . 1H78, at 12 o'clock In., the follotw'sl d Iosrl F,|property, to wit- A LO'I )N OROUND, with the buildings tnd improvemenits thereon, the rights, ways, privi leges and pervitudII.. thereof, deslgnateP on a plan of Ilurgerol., Intlao surveyor. dated the eighth of April. 18H4. an extract whereof Isn n ntexed, to an ant passed beforn Theodore Heahghrs. Ito a notary pullle in this city, dated the twenty-ninth of April, 1540. by the npmnbeor three of the sqlare bolndel by IElysian Fields. Moreau (now Chartres) Marligny and Victory (now Decatur) streets, in Faubourg Mariany. Third District of this city: said lot measures, In English measure, twenty-three feet eleven and one-half inclltm front, on Elyslan Fields street by eighty-five feet deep. llning the same property acquired by the deceased during her lifetime, from Louls Fix, as per net blforn A. J. Lewis, notary public In this city, dated the twenty-sixth of January, 1872. * Seized In the above selit, Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. de _1 s2$ jaI Sola IHolloway, wife of Peter J. Mathews, vs. her husband. FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR isnh of Orleans. Njo STilo--By virtue of an order of sale rendered bDeember 24 1877 to me directed by the honorable the Fifth Dilstrict Court for the parish of Orleans, In the above entitled matter, I will proceed to sell at public anotion, on the promises hereinafter deslg. ntted on WEDNESDAY, January 9, 1878 at lo0. o'clock a. m., the following described com munlty property existing between said par tie- ONE WALNUT BED-ROOM HET, consisting of Victoria Iledeltead, Mattres-es and Hpring Bd, Centre Table, Armoir. Chairs. Rocker, Markle-Top Bureau, Marble-Top Washstand. Towel ack Maltting. llug, 'lotures, Orna ments. Vases, Clok, SLhades, Hafe DIning Table Cloth, Crockeryware. Kitchon 4tovo and Furniture. Quilts. Blanket, Mosquito Bar, and s lot of Firewood. The whole now on the prem ises No. 71 Brainard street, In the Fourth Dis trlet of this city. s per Invon;ory on tile. Terms--Cash on the spot, THOMAS H. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. de2s al . 9 Hlbernia Insurance Company of New Or leans vs. Marin Helene Griffin ot ais. FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOIR THE P'ARI h' of Orleans No. 8249-1-Iy virtue of a writ of fleri facina against Mario Holene Griffln and J.Iose h L. Montleu to me dlrected by the hon orable the Fifth District. Court for the parish of Orleans, in the abovo entitled cause, I will proceed to soil at publi auction, at the Mwr chants and Auotfi oneers' Exchange. lRoyal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY, January 2l, 187r, at 12 o'clock m., the following doscribed property, to wit THREE CERITAI LOTS OF GROUND, sit. uated in the Sixth District of this city, in the square bounded by Bacchus. Peniston, Caron delet (lato Apollo) and Amelia streets, desig nated by the numbers eight, seventeen and eighteen, on a plan drawn by C. G. do L'Isle. architect, on June 17.1867. deposited In the office of A. Pltot Jr.. a notary public in this city, which said lots have the following dimensions, to wit: Lot number eight. measures thirty feet front on Amelia stroeet by a depth of one hun dred and three feet nine inches four lines on the line dividing it from the rear ines of lots num bers five six and seven and part of lot number four, and of one hundred and three feet eight inches two lines on the line dividing it from lot number nine: lot number seventeen measures thirty feet front on P*niston street by a depth of one hundred and three foot eight inches two lines on the line dividing it from lot number eighteen, and by a further depth of one hundrel and three feet seven inches on the line dividing it from the rear lines of lots num bers fourteen, fifteen and sixteen and part of lot number thirteen; and lot number eighteen measures thirty feet front on said Peniston street by a depth of one hundred and three feet nine inches four lines on the line dividing it from the rear lines of lots numbers one, two, three and part of lot number four, and by a further depth of one hundred and three feet eight inches two ines on the division line of lot numb-r seventeon. Being the same property acquired by the d feondant herein, Mario Helene Griffin, by purchase from Emile M-riet, by act passed beiore E. Bouny. notary public in this city, dated December 4, 1871. Seized in the abtve suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. THOMAS H. HANDY Civil Sheriff of the Parish or Orleans. de27 ja6 17 28 MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENT& NOTICE TO BAKERS. MAoaLTr o0f NEW OrZ~.as, City Hall. December 22, 1877. The average price of fresh flour being this day seven dollars; in accordance with said valua tion the price of bread for the week oommeno ing on MONDAY. December 24. 187I, will be: Sixty-two ounces for twenty cents. Thirty-one ounces for ten cents. Sixteen ounces for five cents. Bakers of bread are required to use only the best flour of the above value per barrel. and the useof damaged or inferior flour in bread offered for sale in this city is prohibited. Consumers of bread are reanested to report to the nearest pollee station any violation of the above oral. -an-e.e theri n varioation o ht W qoru an of madaL JDICIAL ADV3RTI3UMt1NTs. IM*EMIPP MALKI. Cltlze. ' Bank of Loulllana Vm. J. 3I Lc prettle and Mrs. J. AldIge and her hes SIXTH UfHTRICT COURT FOR TIHE PAR [ .ah of Orle.and' No. 719--By virtue Of a writ of selrureand sale, dlreted by the honorable the Sixth Dlstrict Court for the varish of Or la' a. In the above entitled cause,t will proeend to soill at pubill auiotln, at the Meorhants and Anetloneers' Exchange, Itonal street. Ihetwoon Canal and Customhouse streets. In the aco.ndl DistrIct of this city, on TU DIIAY, Jaunary 29, 1R78, at 12 o''loik m., the following described tpronperty, to wit A LO1' OF UltlUiND, ltuanted In the Second District of this 'Ity. at. thn coriner of Orleans and DIauphlnn stroeets having In French measure. thirty-one faR t. more or inls, front on Or(lear street by seventy-two feet, morre or I.rs, in diepth and front on l)auphine street. Together with all the buildings and improvemnnts there on. and all thi rights pod privileles therentlto belonain. 'i'nogetlter, also, with one hIundreil and niniy-tlhree shares of the nplital stock of the Cltizuns' flank of Louisinna. attacrhedl to nsaid ,roplnrty. Itlng the same properly aul'lrlel by d'fendant, Iirnln, .1. It. .epreire, by pur chase from J, C. O(ardette. per art IassRd before Atn m.r Dlucntel. notary pulilic in this nity, on tile tenthll of April. twait. Sel.,ml In Ihe al,,h msuit. Terms-The pllrhtaser to furnish a stock note In favor of the Citlzen' Iltank of Louisinna for the sum of thirteen hlundrred nl thlirty two dollars, falling du1e on the first of F'eiiruitry. 171), and rnnlwahltln aordnllig to thel Ihartor of the (itillzen. Balnk of Louisianan . Rntd the! bttal ance casht. The purihnaser to awsuIme all the obl'gations aInd responsilbllltles of a atorlk holder of the ('Itlntni' Bank of Loullnea,n, nand the stock note so furnIshed to bie identlfied with the two ats on f moliirtgage lby J. O. (harleltt an.l Alf" to the f!Ilizons' Flank of nul'p ilsna, r.assd before T, 8Heglrers, Ilate notary publi In this clty, on the twenty-eIghth oIf epitenlbter 10:1, anltd eighteenth of May. 1!57, and with the sherfltl's deed of sale ii ti Is case. THIIOMAH II. HANDY. Civil Sheriff of thI. Parish If Orlannp. detR jarn 17 'u T. T. Osborne va. Win. Carroll. 1OURTH DIHTRICT COUltT FOR THE PAR IRh of )rleans, No. 44.2x7 -ily virtuio f a, writ of flenr flaeis, to m, l lrnthIi bty thlti hoinr able thie PFtill It )1t rlrt Court for the parish of Orleans. In the aibovin teltited paIse, I will pro ceed to sell at puibli'o unctillon, at the Mercllhants atld Aullploneers' Exchallnge, Royal street., he tweon Canal anld CuIstuhoii.ise streets. In the injenId DI)trl., of tis city. on FRIDAY. I)Nm.'ln.er Is, 11R77, at 12 ;'lock m., the following deserlIedl pr)iO'IrtyI to wit- ALL THE I(tiOHT, TITLE AND INTEIREHT of the d[efnlndtin, Ihernin in iand to the following doeribed propolerty: A lot of ground, with the bilinIg i and i prov'lnllnts thturon,l. in the nllll'n eoroD'pIRleil within (tc.lilmoll, Priour. Pall mnyr andl Iltun sftreets. In the First DIstrict if thlls eltv. having a front of twenty seven foit sIx iubOes two line's un Common at Poet uby one iiitudred nlnd thirty-one nfet, oine ithl four liIes In depth n thoe idei neatest liromnn satet, otun lniilrd and thirty-six fnet two lines In depthln on tihe siden IOerest) I'rieur street.. RInd twently aevenp feet in width in Itho roar, as per Rketchl 'r Edgar P'IIe, erblitnot. of tlhe sAornd No vemrlElr, i177, dlprsitedt in lily nfflm, ntid till riglt Ile may have to redlilin sallli property, sold for Stalen txnes, on thlle twnfth November., i873,. att thesult ollf te MaI.e v. Wmn. Carroll No. uirss of the docket of the Huperior District Dourt, and all righth y e iay have against the - uIIrIhaser for tlh' aItlltulmntl llf the sllen for lny I 'aIIus Whllitsorpver. Holtpll Ist lite atove stllt. Terms--Cash. ol the smpot, 'rlTM()AH 1. HANDY, CIvil Hlerliff of lihn Pai'rih of Orlans. inn c Ip04 It Is 2u tlchneoltas artorliu vs. Albert Wlenann. 14'IF'lI DIHTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR Sish of Orlano No. le9--By virtue of a writ of scznIur and sale. to me directed by the hon orable the Fifth District Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above entitled cause, I will proOeed to s-il at publthc auction, at thnMer lmnts and Auctioneers' Exchanue. oyal street, between Cannal and Customhouse streets. in the Hecond District of this city, on WEDINE8DAY, January 9, 1R7A. at 12 o'clock n,, the following drIscrlbed property, to wlt TWO IO'8 OF (IROUND, with all the build ings ansd improvemeents thereon, situated in the Third District of this cily. In the usflre hound ed by Levoe, Victory. Marigny and Mandeville streets, desonated iby the numbers one and two on a plan drawn by C(. Arthur de Armas, sur veyor, dated November is les;5, and deposited In the office of Adolphe BIoudousqutle. then a notary public in this city. Lot number one measures twenty feet seven Inches front on Levee street by a depth of ninety fect, between parallel lines. American measure. Lot number two measures twenty-one feet three inches front on Levee street by a depth of ninety feet, be tween parallel lines, Amenrloan measure. To gether with the use of two alleys, one of which lying in the rear of saild lots, having ten feet width: and the other opening on Levee street. having ten feet nine inches width, running alongside of number four. Maid alloys are of the common use of said lots and others doe scribed on said plan. Which property was an ulllred by the dle-ndant herein by purchase from the estate of Andre Deslondo, per act passed before AdolDphc Ioudouslquie. late a no tary public In this city, dated February 2;,. so4;. Heýi7.d in the above suit. Terms--Cush on the spot. TH(ONAR If. HANDY. Civil Shoriff of the Parish of Orleans. des IsIS jam S Jean Tuhell va. Jean Berthin et agm. . IFTH DISTICT T(OURT FOR TlE PAIIISII i. f Orleans, No. 7119-By virtuet of a writ of flri facins, to me directed by the honorable the Filth Districlt Court for the parish of Orleans, in the abovo entitled cause I will proce,d to sell at public auctilon, at thi Merchants and Auctioneers' Excharige, Royal street. between a- nal and Customhouse streets. in the S'wond .District of this city, on WEDNESDAY..Ianuary 9. 1x75, at 12 o'clock nm., the following described propertyy to wit I. A (CEITAIN LOT OF GROUND, sltuated in t the Fourth Di)itrict of this city. In the squaro d bounded by Pleasant, C(hi ppewa,. Tolmdano and Annuncliation streets, said lot otf ground meas h uringsixty floe front on Annuneiation street by II seventy-flive feet two inches in depth and front -on Pleasant street; the rear line of said lot being perpDndicular to said Pleasant street. divides in halves a well, the use of which Is common to said lot of ground and the property t now or nlat of Francis lBilau. 2. ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, situated in the Sixth District of this city. designated by the Snulmber thirteen of the square bounded by Leveo. Chi ppewa and Tlecdano streets and Lou - siana Avenue, measuring thirty-two feet front I on Chippewa st root by one hundred and twenty foot in depth and front on Toledano street, of which it forms the corner, agreeably to a plan In the office of A. D. Doriocourt. a notary pub lie in this o'itt. t:. ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND, situated in the same district and square as the lot above idescribed, designated by the number sixteen. on a plan drawn by Benjamin IBuisson, sur veyor, on the nineteenth of June, 1547, deposit ed in the office of Onesiphore Drouet, notary public in this city said lot me'asures thirty two feet front on Chippewa street by one hun dred and twenty feet in depth, between parallel lines. 4. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, sit uated in the same district and square as the lot above described. designated by the numbers fourteen and fifteen, and measuring each thir ty-two feet front on Chippewa street by one hundred and twenty teet in depth, between parallel lines. 5. SEVEN CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND situated in the Fonrth District of this city, in the sq uare bounded by Annunciation. Chippe wa. Eighth and Ninth streets, designated as lots numbers one, two, three, four, five, six- t teen and seventeen, of square number twenty six, on a plan drawn by L. Reizenstein, sur veyor, deposited 1i the office of Wm. Shannon, late notary public in this city. Lot number one f forms the corner of Annunciation and Ninth t streets, and measures twenty-seven feet front a on Annunciation street by a depth and front on Ninth street of one hundred and twenty feet, h between parallel lines. Lots numbers two, three, four and five have each twenty-five feet 1 front on Annunciation street by one hundred tl and twenty feet in depth, between parallel lines; t and lots numbers sixteen and seventeen hive p each twenty-seven feet four inches front on Ninth street by one hundred and twenty-seven eet in depth, between parallel lines. L Which above described property was acquired o by defendant herein, Bazle aabst. by purchase i as follows to wit: The one firstly described L from Baptiste Laporte, by an act passed before A. Ducatel. notary public in this ciiy, on the sixth of October, is66; the one secondly de scribed from Mann Geiser and Hall. by an act passed before Hugh Madden. late notary public in this city on the fifth of February, 1866; the one thirdly described from Joseph Ledig by an act passed before L. R. Kenny, late a notary pub- E lic on the fourth of August. 1849; the one de fourthly described from the succession of Paul a P. Mouchon, as per act pa-sed before Ant. Do- p riooourt, a notary public in this city. an the fif- a teenth of Auglst. ss56, and the one fifthly de soribe.dfrom _lobert McCoy Buford, by an act passed before Win. Bhananon, late a notary pub. e in this eity, on the third of October, 1868ss. Seized in the above suit as belonging to de fendant, Basie Dabat. Termes-Oash on thes T &~b B. ~ * aurnlAL eDs" *Truu $. Citizens Blank of Loslliana vu, Albert Wlemnan, FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE jarih .of Orler ans, o. Nss--DY vlrtue of ai writ of seizure and eale, to me diretedel iyy the honorable the Fifth Deltriet Court for the pttriph of Ortallt, In the above entitled cause, I will proceed to sell at piublio auction, at, the Mer haunts a.nl Auih'toneers' Echange ItoleyM street. tet.ween (anal and Custoinhouse Et.ret;, i tlhe Meond uiiAtrlit of this city. on HA'f'" URDAY, January lt. 178R. at 12 o',lock nm., Ithe following dcrt lbed r rooerty. t wit TWO LOTH OF UROUND, with alt the build Ings and Imptrovements, thlreon, situated In the Tlhtr ILttcI'it of tIhs cIlt., In thne s uarer boll ond ed by Levee.. VIctofry. Mrigny. and Mand ev lle streets, (designated by the numbers one andll two on a ilmn drawn by (C. Arthur d1o Armna sur yveor, dated NovOenmer. 111;, ldepsilterd in lthe ofice' of A. ltoudonsiquie, late a notary public in this city. i. lot n.lmbr onn Iealsrll'llnK tweny reent Rns n inc'hes fronlt on t,Leee strsPt ,y wa depth of Illnet y Infeet, between poarlll Itines. American mneaeure, trlogetthr with thirty-two sharells of mortlgage stock therto att!achdl. 2. Lot, nullmber two mreasuring twenty-oner feet three Inclnes front on Lenve.ot,c ,et by Ia dtieth of nlnnty feet. between parallot lnner, Ameriant moesure, together with thlrty-twf, shtares of mortgage sttck thereto nttachtel: thogethnr with te' usec of two alloys. r, n'of w ,rh, lying In the rner of sald tote. tIavilrg ten feet width, and the other, ope,,ning on Levee stri, t. having ten, feot, ni neI i nlhes with, running alongside nurlloll r four, sald alleys hoeing for i the comtnmn use of eTlIr lots and otl ers- deshrt ttdi on fart plan draiwn it U Arthuir de Artea, iurveyorl. iatd NovemIt IHr ir,,r of stelted in tU o fleen of tL-ld late noRtary putllic in Now tur .tinedl In the abovle iof . riof d T'PteI and. Toldittito-TI pr tourethaler to ofuruli two stock not es for the senuinm of two il in.lrle and, fltRd beortllars T. eab. faing daue en tite itrst of July, iOH4 and renewtitt eir Htl nrg to llthe nhartei ey, o nf t . itnthU ankt of lou 1ana10 anol tre balance of the pmrit' of trldjtli chation cath. hl'ltte ptlreaer to asulme all tie or l th iviit l of t zens'riak of of uI naý ll thll etock notes so ftrtni-hed to be Identttied with the aete of mortgage, to, wit: 1. Mortgag" biy Widow .J. I'Ptltney in favor of Cltizetn'itat ak if l,otulana, causeed tefore T. Heghtere. tate a notary publicto in thil city, on the eighth of t(ejf tenlbiier, uI:tt. 2. And mortguage tiy Antdre l)De tondee. p aesed before T. L~e~bia", parteh judilge. eX officio notary publbin of the pariah orf it, ohlin tie Dlialet, ftn the eltghteenthti tof Juno. iou1; and the sherttfTa dedtl of e ae in thid cnase. 7'HoMAi H. HANDY, (tvtll Mterli! of thme Yarisi, of Orleans. let19i2 1ii It1 USICCIEnION NOTICES, Stureeu.on of Nicole PFalo. SECOND DIHTRICT COURir FOR THE PAR sh of Orleans, No. 89.937-Notice is here by glven to the creditors of this estate and to all other persons heroin intereneted. to ahow cau se *ithin tonr daRys from the present noliflention,. If any they have or otto, why the aweonut. Irn setited by E. T. Parker. ptrbllu administrator and administrator of this estate, should not be AI1rovPOd and homtlogatoed and the funds dls tributetl In ,naordanee therewith. By order of the court. doe2 jIt a* _JOHN HERBERT. Olerk, Snrcesslon of MistresM lenrleite Lablche, widow of J. J. F. Laudun. EPOND DISTHIUP COURT FOR THE, pnrish of Orleans, 'o. 4tltl--Wlloroas, Mr" Mar I ien rlette laudro. n, wil feo, Ednmond'l',u r goia. lhan pntitloned the court for letters of adl rIllni.itration on i1r aitate of the into Mrs. HonI ritto Labichne, widow, a e. deennansetl. Notie is heroby given to all whom it may concern to show catRsnwithin ten days why the prayer of thbe sald petitioner should not be g, anted. By orlrr of the court, det 2:+ 2x+ JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. CONSTABLE NALES. Malhew Lehman vs. James Devaney. F IlHST JUHTICE COURT FOR THE PARIIHH 1'of orloans, No. 21t5--By virtue of a writ of fliri faelas, to me directed by the Hon. J. Paria ('lildrnes, First Justice of the Peace in and for the parish of Orleans, I will proceed to sell at vublic autlon. on MONDAY, January 7, 1i7s, at 12 o'clock m., at, James Regan's stables on Iaronnn street, between l'oydras and La Iayette streets, the followlng d scribed prop erty to wit ONE MILCH COW. Htized in the above entitled and numbered suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. de2s jag 7 JOHN F. WOOD, Constable. i. T. Illy vs. Mr. Thayer. TIIRD JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans. No. 11is-By virtue of a writ of fler fla~is, to me dire'ted by the lion. John L. Laresche. Third Justice of the 'oPace for the parish of Orleans. in the ahove en titled cause. I will proceed to sell at public ar. tion at my warehouse, No. Ist Blenvillo strpet. between Bourbon and loyal streets in the econd District of this city: on WEDNESDAY, January 9. Ls1s, at 12 o'clock m. ONE LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. a. per Inventory fllid In my oflice. Heizeld in the above stlt.. Terms-Cash on the spnt. THOS. J. BUCKLEY, Constable. ie2i 25 jn4 9 AUCTION BALES. By Albert Paul. GREAT CLOSING SALE -OF ALL UNREDEEMED PLEDGES - OF - THE LOAN OFFICE NO. 17 BARONNE STREET. I Y ALBERT PAUL. Auctioneor-Offlco No. as i' Exchango Alloy-HATURDAY, D")romnbor 2. 1)77, and following days, at 10tu o'olock a. m., will be sold At auction ALI,L UNREDEEMED PLEDGES up to July 1, 1)77. on which interest has not beeoon paid, without exception. Great bargains in Diamond Ifings. Pins Ear-Rings, Brooches. Studs, etc., Gold and Sliver Hunting and Open-Faced Watches. Jewelry of every description. Silverware, Guns. I stols. Dirks Clothing of evory deoerlptton. te. Clothing and Pledges of every descrrltion will also be sold this evening at 6:30 o'clock. Terms-Cash. OTTO SCHWANER'S Losn Offiee, deol 17 Baronne stroot. IN BANKRUPTCY. UNITED STATE8 DISTRICT COURT. DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA. IN THE MATTER OF METROPOLITAN NA tional Bank vs. J. Dreyfuss & Co., Bank rupts. In Bankruptcy-No. 1538. W.HEREAS JOSHUA DREYFUSS AND M. SBompert, Individually and as members of the firm of l. Dreyfuss & Co., of Shreveport. La., and district aforesaid, duly declar d bankruprts under the act of Congress of March 2, 1867, have this day filed in said court a petition praying for a discharge and certificate thereof from all their debts and other claims provable under said act. Notice is therefore given to all creditors who have proved their debts, and to all other per sons in interest, that T he twelfth day of January. 1878. at 11 a. in.. is assigned for the hearing of the same, and that they may then and there at tend and show cause. if any they have why the prayer of the said petition should not be granted; and further notice is given that the bankriýlts will undergo an examination before United States Commissioner Geo. W. Kendall on the twenty-eighth day of December, A. D. 1877, at 11 a. m.. at his office in Shreveport. Louisiana. Clerk's Office, New Orleans Dec. 12, 1877. de14 21 28 B. DEVONSHIRE, Deputy Clerk. REMEMBER, 192 CANAL STREET. THE EUROPEAN DENTISTS ARE THE only dentists in this city doing work on the European plan. They will come to yourresi dence and fill your teeth painless' Silver, only S Ocents per cavity; G Id. only Si; Cieaning and Polishing. 50 cents. Appointment hours 7 to a a. m., i to 8 p. m. Send orders by maiL de21 tt W. W. SHARPE & CO., PUBLISHERI ' AGENTS, No. s Park mow, New orkl, Amt "iw aat gN L ,ý 3· r~ GREAT JACKSON ROUI0T, OBICAGO. ST. LQI-ANO WVW OAWIL*S DOUBLE DAILYf' BtrgaHO g Ull LDepart from and arrive at 4 pO- e-i street depot from November 1s, 197, as solO I reeeteNo. t, 76:0 an. m, press o4 , 1tlb., Dirs. I and a run day. a and 4ally exoe PULLMAN PALACE 8LaEnd through to Lonulsvll|. Olnoinati nd h-a withoot ,t hnro, and fortt. at.a a sleeperl, attn"hegd at Millan, enabling paeaengeru tog. tnrouth withont Itnvln the train Only one change to New Jort and Eagter_ fray oveninga's train makes no eonneatioo Aoepr molrnatl q trains between New Orleoa Leave Now orloans 8:36 p. m. Satnrdar, and 7:0Ra. m. Hionday. Arrive at Now Orleans at 9:0 a. m. and 1ltoo ). iM. Mondalay. ThisleI the only tne rnmnlna doable d8li through tra ns to ntd from all tboln Nort4 h , a Ea-.t. TiJlket. for sale and information given at . Camp etreot, Porner of Common, A. ) .gI ELON, Tieket Agee F. CHANDLER, (ion. I'as. Agint, m T_-E NEW ORLE ANH AND ý . ROAD--MOBIL E LI THE GREAT THROUH 1 TO. t EAST, NOITHH ANd Tralns arrlve and depart from , fot a canal strn.t, as follows: DICPA RT. A33VB xpress, Hun- E xpres..... S:la,. day rnly ....7:r,0 a. m. ExIDres.,rgli Express ..... :ro.. day only ...egop. a, CnotHnndy .7:ron a.m. celit 11:Un, Pullmnan Palae Oars dally to OlttImI!N~ GoulNville, NasIhPvlle,. ols. b .h , daltlmoro nnd Philladelphla. wI ati only one chaage to New fork altlnn, TIcket offiae, corner of Camp and Oommes istreet, o.ppolte City HOtel. D. I. IOIINSON, Snpearlntendest_ mhi t ---J. W. COLEMAN.' ?leiet Agent THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POZINW NORTH AND EAST. Reorganized for the Summer of 1ll., Working out of New Orleans via the N.O. M. I. a. and vrosntingthe foln g linesto .re attJenion o aJll Noruth- ibo ig Iste and Travelers: Route No. I-All Mail. Via Montgomery Columbus, Mal, A ugl. Wilmington. .ichrnon L 3 HRours, New orseans to Nw Te k. The same time always as by any other lhe. Pullman Sleeping Cars to Opelika. Solid Day Trains thence to AItIUt/. Pullm an Seeping Oarna ttoohed at sees Through train, Wilmt gton to nlehmotq ý New York. with El ant Parlor Oars Sch k onnd-thenoe ullman BleeopngA l AL~ L HANGES AT SEASOAIAIN If, l ANID INTO (;LEAN AND PWJPOlN I VENTILATED CARO t Route No. --ray Line. Over the same lines to Wilmington nas by ate No. 1. Thence by Special Parlor Oars t mouth, Va. Thence, at 6:80 p. m daily ( tunday) by the magniflicent steames oft BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by N- 7Nw i Express, arriving in New York at 2:06 p.n, A sixty-nine hours' run-onlr seven hoi rs i excess of all rail time, with the advantasfe t o undisturbed night's rest and superior sosome modations uDon the Chesapeake Bay. nouts Ne. 3-The 014 Deominien Is. The same Lines to Wilmington a F4 3 Wmouth as Routes I and 2. Thenoe. on Wedneedays and 8aturdays at 5:80 p. magniflcent sidewh l steamships of t O DOMINION OOMPAd V. which invariably at their Ne York wharve at p. m. A through run of 7e hours, oombnl essential elements of Cheapnem. IpeS i aomfort. Passeng.e should leave New Orleans Is days. n and Thursdays to conneat Tor Tickets, Checks Time Car s,ýai1 formation ly at tthe 6 fioea ofe NeW leans and Mobile Railroad : HPOPn General Passe har A J. H. WHITE Southern agentr, 6411 L. L. McCLEHKEY, Southweostrn Aenteo nor t, Charles and Common ste. not as --~~~~~ _-/ , ' IJ- L.~ FOR MAKING Light Bread, Rolls, &e. SHEPAROD'S IMPROVED Hop Yeast IS THE CHEAPEST AND IEST ARTICLE IN THE MARKET. . S -1' gh ' Dyspeptics can eat Bread raised with this Yeast with impunity. fVFF"tt . put up in half-pound tin cans, anrd trarralntd to keiep any length of time in rrq rclimater . Full dirretions for use urn r ar ,'rrrl ran, and if followed strictly, (OID B'READ will be a certain result. FOR SALE BY GROCERS GENERALLY. Ef7 r,l r. ufpirtnred oxrprestly for the So-thrl. Trade, by WM. H. SHEPARD, W.HOLFALYr J)7.A Fla IN Teas, Spices, Mustards, &c. 58 Customhouse St., NEW ORLEANS, LA. AT COST. PLATED WARE, DECORATED CHINA, DINNERI SETS. TEA 8ET., VAHES, DESERT SETS. FANCY CtPS AND SAUCERB. E. VLNET, s4 ..................Canal treet............ Near Bampart street, Only durfng this and next week. fely 6AB FIXTUBE8 FOR SBLE Below New York Wholesale Pries, I1]EB RTO THE TRADE 0i PUBJO . g.l ZRALLTY. Also a laSe supply of hablhb PI*UeWe Gas Zltters' Tools and iLnledble Ptfl U beboosht, for esk at leus thia m ,* q