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OFFICIAL.
LIAWS OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
lEXTRA BEFRION, 1373.
)o.28.] AN ACT
To authorize the Board of Liquidation to re
imburse the Fiscal Agent out of the fund
known as the "Redemption of the Public
Debt Fund," or any surplus fund belong
nlog to the tate referred to in act No. 58,
approved March 12, 1877 and act No. 77,
approved April 19, 1877, for advances
made by the Fiscal Agent under direction
of the Board of Liquidation, to provide
for the payment of the interest*on thd
consolidated bonds of the State, and to
repeal all laws or parts of laws so far as
the same may conflict herewith.
SWnrloN 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
i e of Representatives of the State of Lou
, n General Assembly convened, That
the Board of Liquidation be and they are
bereby authorized and directed to provide for
the rembursement of the Fiscal Agent out
eo the fund known as the "Redemption of the
Public Debt Fund," or any surplus fund be
8 to the State, and referred to as the
0t.. -88, approved March 12, 1877 and the
act No. 77, approved April 19, 1877, for ad
'noei made and to be made by the Fiscal
.qent1 under the direction of the Board of
3uqttudatlon, to provide for [the payment of) j
.e interest on the consolidated bonds of the
rtate.
Suc. 2. Be it further enacted, etc., That when- 1
aver the surplus that may be credited to the t
'**edemption of the P'ublic I)ebt Fund," or 1
aly surplus fund belonging to the State shall
amount to the sum of lifty thousand dollars
r more, the Fiscal Agent shall with the t
authorization of the Board of Liquidation,
$resent the coupons of bonds paid by ad- a
wances made by said Fiscal Agent and held a
by him, as stated in section first of this act,
to the Auditor of Public Accounts, and re
slive his warrant on the Treasurer against u
that fund, payable for the amount of the face q
or the coupon so paid and held by said Fiscal h
sgent, together with five per oent Interest I
thereon from the first day of January, 1878,
itil the date of payment; and the Auditor a
Et Public Accounts shall so continue to war
at on the Treasurer in favor of the Fiscal a
t. In manner and form as above stated, 0
the said Fiscal Agent shall have been I
y reimbursed.
. 3. B it further enacted, etc., That this i
shall take effect from and after its pas
and that all laws and parts of laws, so el
only as the same may be in conflict here
With, be and the same are hereby repealed. w
(!lfned) LOUIS BUSH, 01
Speaker of the House of Representatives. it
LOUIS A. WILTZ,
&&ojteat Governor and Presldent of the M
senate
Approved June 19 1878. e
I (Signed) FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, re
Governor of the State of Louisiana. fc
A true copy: of
WILL. A. STRONG,
Secretary of State.
i-- - II
otrummary 01 Otate.
CItrPAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
i .. . . . _ - ---- . . . ... . . .
SEALED PROPOSALS.
DIABTM.uN OF WATEaWORKS AND PUBLIo
Buildings. City Hall
New Orleans. June lo, 1575.
Sealed proposals will be received by the un
designed till FRIDAY. June 21. slte. at 1
OIbeook m.. for the altering and repairing o
emglne-house of Steam Fire Company No. 24
asoording to plans and specifications on file it
the office of the City Surveyor.
The city reserves the right to reject any and
all bids.
Parties making proposals for the work are
U 'equired to deposit with the Administrator oi
ainlnce, as evidence of their intention to abide
b iy the adjit tiation, the amount of $100 In cash,
SWhich shall be forfeited to the city in case of
Lallure to sign the contract.
r Bidders to whom contract is not awarded
behall have their deposits returned to them on
the day adjudication is made.
Proposals to be indorsed "Proposals for Alter
lag and Repairing Engine-House of Steam
l.re Company No. 24."
JAMES D. EDWARDS.
jell td Administrator.
CANCELLATION OF BOND.
STATE or LOUIsIANA, I
Executive Department.
Whereas, EMILIE D. WEBER. widow of the
ate D. A. Weber. and administratrix of his suo
ession, has applied to me for the cancellation
at abond drawn and signed by the said D. A.
Weber, as principal, and Herman Meyer. Emily
Weber, Andrew Syabo, Simon Well and John
B. Irvine, as securities, dated the twelfth day
. March, 1875, and conditioned for the faithful
: erformanee of the duties of said D. A. Weber
as Tax Collector of the parish of West Feliciana.
Now. therefore. I, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS,
Qovernor of the State of Louisiana, have
thought proper to issue this my proclamation.
With the view of giving public notice to all per
boas therein interested, to show cause, in writ
lag. at the office of the Secretary of State, in
.he city of New Orleans. within ninety days
from and after the last publication hereof, why
,. .id bond should not be canceled and an
aklled, and the securities aboved named dis
ebethsd from any further liabilities in the
as b emisee.
Witness my signature and tý seal o" the
lete of Louisiana, at the city of New Orleans,
heis second day of January, in the year of 'our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and sevtnty
Saliht, and the one hundred and second year
of the independence of the United States of
'America.
FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS.
By the Governor:
W.ILL. A. T TaONO,
Seeretary o State. my21 30t
ROBERT E. LEE
STOVE.
. IWeHI STOVE HAS JUST BEEN INTRO
,L £ duoedln this market. It is manufactured
ja+eortia, and is presented to the public as the
3el l o! any Stove on this market for all house
purposes, with a full guarantee to that ef
while it is sold fully TWENTY PER CENT
ER. by the undersigned.
JAlES I-. I1EYNOLDS,
S .aeral House and Steamboat Smith,
Plumbing. Gas and Steam Pipe Fitting. Stoves.
Banges and Pumps,
. . ............ Baronne Street ............ go
Between Union and Perdido streets,
Sapt lr NEW ORLEANS. LA.
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
The celebrated WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
i .PERTY. in the county of Greenbrier, W.
will be sold at public auction on
e Sixth Day of August Next.
pI rpartieulars as to the manner and terms of
asia. upon application to the undersigned com
ma.sioners. or either of them, printed handbills
iwillbe promptly forwarded to any person seek
lma information.
HENRY M. MATHEWS. Wheeling. W. Va.
JOHN BCHOL6. Staunton. Va.
W:: A. QUARRIER. Charleston. W. Va.
Al 0. SNIDER. Lewisburg. W. Va.
W. W. GORDON, Richmond. Va.
JASPBe B Y. XOOBE.Olarksburg. W. Va.
IN iatad Commissioners.
- -...,o,. ABvanTumn3maSl.a
NA. AttfV otU f sALES.
By Placid. J. Spear.
IMPROVED PROPERTIES IN THE SECOND
DISTRIOT, CORNER OF ROBERTSON
AND DUMAINE 1STREETS.
DOUBLE COTTAGE TENEMENT ON TREME
D re- STIEET BETWEEN ST. ANN AND DU
!und MAINE iTith.ETS.
ic OTTAGE ON TREME STREET BETWEEN
ST. ANN AND DUMAINE STREETS.
. 77, CORNER OF ORLEANS AND MIRO STRI ETS.
noes
tion FOURTEEN LOTS FRIONTING ON ORLEANS
vide AND ST. PATER STREETS.
thd
t to FOUR COTTAGES ON ORLEANS STREET
as BETWEN TONTI AND ROCHEBLAVE'
r'Ts RIEETS.
and TWO COTTAGES ON ST PETER STREET
B- BETWEEN ROCHEBLAVE AND TONTI
'hat STREETS.
a THREE VACANT LOTS ADJOINING THE
out ABOVE.
the WIDOW CATHERINE I.ARTIGUE VS. VIC
he- TOlR DEMORUELLE ET AL.
the
the Sixth District Court for the Parish of Orleans
adJ- No. 9970.
lBY PLACIDE J. SPE.AR. Auctioneer-OFFICE
46 ROYAL STREET - On TUESDAY.
Sof July 2, 1878, at 12 o'clock in., will be sold at
t ublic auction at the MERCHANTS AND AUO
TIONEtRE' EkOCHANGE. on HOYAL STREET,
ten- BETWEEN CUSTOMHOUSE AND CANAL
the bTREETS, by virtue and in pursuance to a
or judgment rendered ninth of May, 1878 and
hall signed fourteenth of May, 1878 by the don. N.
ars . Rightor, Judge of the Sixth District Court
for the parish of Orloans, in the above matter,
e the following describedpropertis, to wit
on, 1. A CErI'IAIN LOT OF GIIOUND. together
ad- with all the buildings and improvements there
told on. situated in the Second District of this city,
act, in the square bounded by Treme St. Ann,
re- Dumaine and St. Claude streets; said lot meas
Inst ures 41 fe-t to inches front on Treme by 94 feet,
a more or less. In depth between parallel lines.
The Improvements comprise a double tenement
house, with four rooms, three cabinets on
' gat ground floor, two large rooms in the attic
87H, cisterns, privies, brick kitchen with five rooms
[tor cellar etc.
'ai- 2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
cal with all the buildings and improvemeuts there
, on, situated in the Second District of this city.
ein inthe square bounded by Treme. St. Ann, St.
Claude and Dumalne streets, measuring 20 feet
front on Treme street by 6o feet In depth, be
twoeen parallel lines. The improvements com
as- prise a cottage, having three rooms, kitchen,
so etc.
re- 3. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
with all the buildings and improvements there
on, situated in the Second District of this city, t
,e, in the square bounded by Dumaine, Villere,
Robertson and St. Philip stre-t streets: said lot e
measures 31 feet II inchess lines front on Du- I
maine street by 95 feet 11 inches front and depth d
on Itobertson street, of which it forms the
corner. The improvements consist of a family
residence divided into two tenements, having
na. four rooms, two cabinets, and gallery, kitchen,
clsterns, privies etc.
4. A CEIlTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together e
with all the buildings and improvements there- d
on, situated in the Second District of this city f
in the square bounded by Miro, Orleans, Tontf
and St. Peter streets., measuring 75 feet front on t
Orleans street by 84 feet 6 inches 7 lines depth ti
- and front on Miro street, of which it forms the
corner. The improvements consist of a family
residence having seven rooms and one cbinet,
and another building with four rooms, other b
out buildings in the rear cistern, privies, etc. I
s. SEVEN L"ºTS OF GROUND, situated in el
the same district and square as the above de- T
In- scribed property, designated by the Nos. 2 to 8
12 inclusive, and measuring each 31 feet to inches
of front on Orleans street by a depth between di
parallel lines of 57 feet 3 inches 3: lines; lot
24No. stforming the corner of Orleans and Tonti fi
in streets. On these lots are a large variety of h
fruit-bearing trees.
6. SEVEN LOTS OF GROUND, In the same fr
d square and district as the above described lots,
designated by the Nos. 9 to 15 Inclusive, and dl
ire measuring each 31 feet to inches front on St. i,
of Peter street by 57 feet 3 inches 3% lines in in
depth, between parallel lines; lot No. 9 forming
de the corner of St. Peter and Tonti streets.
ih, 7. TEN CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, to- oe
of gether with the buildings and Improvements fe
thereon, situated in the Second District of this
city. in the square bounded by Orleans. St.
ed Peter. Rocheblave and Tonti streets, designated
on by the Nos. 4. 5, a, 7, 8. 13, 14. 15, 16 and 17. Lots O
Nos. 4, 6, 7. 8 measure each 3o feet front on Or
leans street by 57 feet 3 inches 33' lines between to
ur- parallel lines. Lot No. 5 measures 27 feet 10 st
inches 5 lines front on Orleans street by 57 feet 3 P
Inches 35 lines between parallel lines. Lots
Nos. 14, 15 and 17 measure each So feet front st
on St. P eter street by 57 feet 3 inches 39~ lines in
depth between parallel lines. Lot No. 16 meas
ures 27 feet 10 inches 5 lines front on St. Peter F
- street by 87 feet 31 nches 3% lines between parallel b
lines, Lots Nos. 7, 8. 14 and 15 have each a cottage Li
each of two rooms, two cabinets, gallerykitchen, ve
cstern,. etc. On lots 5 and e, each, a cottage
with two rooms, two cabipets, gallery, cistern
privies, etc. On lot No. 4is a cottatge retired e
e .from the street, with two rooms, two cabinets, te
e. privies, etc. For further and full description M,
see plans at Exchange.
'I'erms and Conditions-One.third cash, the
, balance on a credit of one and two years in el
Ly equal portions purchasers to furnish their ni
n notes with special mortgage and vendor's lieon
and prlvileg, on the property sold. bearing in
y torest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the
II date of sale till final judgment, with usual be
ur clauses in case of non-payment at maturity. or
Purchnsors to make a deposit of 1e percent on
>' amount of adjudication at moment of sale, and fo
3, to keep the properties insured in an amount fe(
,a to be fixed by the parties in interest and trans- li
for the policies to the holder of notes.
1, Acts of sale before Octave Morel, notary public, thi
at expenae of purchasers. mt 3o je7 13 2027 jy2 ebi
CATALOGUE SALE OF A LARGE AND YAlI
UABLE LIBBaRY. dr
lot
y SUCCESSION OF GUSTAVUS SCHMIDT. ty
. Seond Distittctiurt for the Parish of Orleans- de
No. :9 807. ni
B PLACIDE J. SPEAR. Auctioneer-OFFICE on
No. 46 ROYAL STREET--THURSDAY, de
Jate 20. 1878, at 7 o'clock p. m. will be sold at nit
. fetbltl aucion at No. 46 ROYAL 8TREET. BE- thi
r T'IWEEN CUSTOMHOUSE ANlD BIENVILLE wi
STREET., by virtue and in pursuance to an in
order from the Hon. A. L. Tissot. Judge of the mt
Sr econd District Court for the parish of Orleans, frc
if dated June 7, 1878. tor account of said sueces- foi
sion- of
THE LARGE AND VALUABLE LIBRARY sif
of the late deceased, containing a very full line thi
of foreign books on science, history, biography. of
poetry and the civil law in French Spinish, nu
Italian. German. Swedish, English. Latin and eiR
- Greek languages, by
Terms--Cash on adjudication. 1a
N.B.-Catalogues can be procured at auc- frc
tioneer's offioe previous to sale. an
je9 11 t 120 o
. . . ..._mmmm___lllm_ _thi
H. & N. SAMORY,
SAuctleoneers and Commission Merchants,
Ne . 45 and 47 Decatur Street,
New Orleans.
FT
REGULAB CATALOGUE AUCTION SALEE
--oF-.
BOOTS. SHOES AND BROGANS,
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
Of each week.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
anll sm
THE LOAN OFFICE.
SoTTo SCHWAUER,
17...... ...... arenne street............17
s Between Canal and Common.
. all ly Opposite Grunewald Hall.
BOUDRO'S RESTAURANT,
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN,
Is now ready for the reception of guests. The 0
Restaurant having undergone a thorough over
hauling is now in a first class eondition.
All orders left at LEON LAMOTBE a St.
Charles street.w illmeet wth rompt attition
rhitf JAIB! & HAU. .'Proprietors.
B 5lt~fDOA ADWEKTI] MLEzWTIu.
sHEUIIFF IALES.
A. J. Laeroix vs. H. R. Lehde.
IND IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
INsh of Orleans, No. 2822-By virtue of a writ
ofN f flerl faolas, to me directed by the hon
orable the Fifth District Court for the parish of
Orleans. in the above entitled cause. I ill pro.
E ceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
DU- and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street., be
tween Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
SEN econd District of this city. on MONDAY. July
i5, 1878. at 12 o'clock m., the following do
scribed property to wit
THE ONE UNDIVIDED SIXTH PART, be
longing to the defendant herein. Henry Richard
NS Lehde. in the following described property,
1. A LOT OF GROUND, with the buildings
and Improvements thereon, situated in Fau
ET1 bourg Franklin, Third District of New Orleans,
In the square bounded by Mandevilie, Spain,
Claiborse and Prosper streets, designated as
lot number six of square sixty-five, on a plan
ET dated twenty-ninth of March, 1836, and deposited
in the office of L. Feraud, late a notary publio
In this city, said lot measuring (American meas
E ure) thirty-one feet eleven inches five lines front
on .Spain street by one hundred and twenty-four
feet six inches three lines in depth, between
parallel lines.
2. A SQUARE OF GROUND. with the im
provements thereon, situated in the First Dils
trlct of New Orleans, designated by the number
one hundred and fifty-six, on a plan of A. de
Armas, surveyor, dated March 25, 1871, and de
posited in the office of T. Guyol. a notary ublii
CE in this city. Bald square is bounded by Lopez,
t Rondo Terpsl ore aod Melpomene streets.
t . A OTi OF GROUND, with the buildings
and improvements thereon, situated in tie
A First District of New Orleans. in the square
AL bounded by Perdido. St. Charles. Carondelet
Sa and Union streets. Said lot measuring nine
teen feet five inches four lines front on St.
N. Charles street, twenty feet two inches four lines
crt in width in the rear by eighty-one feet, more or
or, less, in depth and designated by the letter B,
on a plan madle by W. T. Thompson, late sur
oveyor, annexed to an act passed before W. H.
e- Peters, late a notary public in this city. on the
ty, twelfth of December. 1856.
nU 4. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, with the build
t ings and improvements thereon, situated In the
Fourth District of New Orleans, in the square
bounded by Maanzino, Josephine, Camp and St.
nt Andrew streets. and designated as lots B and C
n on a sketch made by A. de Armas, surveyor,
dated April 27. 1878. and annexed to an act
passed before A. Hero. Jr., a notary public In
this city, on the third of May. 1878. Sald lots
r adjoin each other and measure as follows,
t viz: Lot B. twenty-one feet five inches front on
St Magazine street, twenty-one feet three inches
in width in the rear, one hundred and six feet
Set six inches seven lines in depth; lot C, twenty
one feet eleven inches front on Magazine street,
- twenty-one feet seven inches four lines in
n width in the rear, one hundred and six feet six
inches seven lines in depth.
or 5. A SQUARE OF GROUND. with the im
' provements thereon. stuated in the Sixth Dis
*, trict of Now Orleans, in that part thereof known
as Faubourg Marly, designated by the number
ot hirty-one on a plan of J. Communy and J.
Pile, late surveyors dated October Is, 1834, and
th deposited in the ofioee of J. Mossy, a notary
he ubl in this city. Said square is bounded by
SColapissa, Maroie-Martha and Fourteenth
streets and the dividing line of adjacent prop
erty, and is divided into twelve lots six of which
measure each fifty feet front on Marie-Martha
r street by one hundred and twenty-five feet in
depth; two of said lots measure each fifty feet
front on Fourteenth street- two thereof me-s.
are each fifty feet front on Colapissa street, and
t the remaining two front on or are bounded by
lh the line of adjacent proprietors.
10 6. THREE LOTa OF GROUND. with the Im
l provements thereon, situated in the Fourth
* District of New Orleans, in the square bounded
sr by Toledano. St. Patrick. Harmony and St.
David streets. designated by the numbers
In eight, ten and eleven, on a plan drawn by F. N.
Tourne, surveyor, dated November 28 1871. and
annexed to an act passed before J. L. Larescho,
notary public in this city, on the twenty-ninth
n day of November, 1871. Lot number eight
Dt forms the corner of Toledano and St. David c
streets, and measures twenty-nine feet ten
inches two lines front on St. David street by one
hundred and twenty feet one inch in depth and
o front on Toledano street and one hundred and
Stwentyfeet in depth on the opposite side line
dividing it from lots numbers nine to twelve.
t. inclusive. with a width of thirty-six feet six
n inches in the rear dividing it from lot number
seven. Lots numbers ten and eleven adjoin
each other. and measure each thirty feet front I]
s on Harmony street by one hundred and twenty b
feet in de th between parallel lines.
7. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GRIOUND. to
gether With the bulldings and improvements
Sthoreon, situated In the ouith District of New r
Orleans, in the square bounded by St. I'Patrick,
St. David, Toledano and Harmony streets. 1
n forming the corner of St. Patrick and Harmony b
1 streets, and measuring sixty feet front on St. ii
t Patrick street by ninety-two feet two Inches
three lines in depth and front on Harmony o
t street, between parallel lines, which portion of
ground is composed of the front portions of
lots numbers one and two, on a plan drawn Iby
i F. N. Tourne. dated the twenty-eighth Novem
e her, and annexed to an act passed hbfore J. L. H
' Lareshe. notary, on the twenty-ninth of No- )
e vember 1871.
8. TWELVE LOTS OF GROUND, with the Im
rovements theron, situated in the .I'vouthl
istrict of New Orleans, in tihe squareo desligna
ted by the letter D. ant bounded by Lven.
Monroe and Leonidas streets and the publbic
road; said lots bearing the numbers seventy- l
ethree. seventy-four. seventy-five, seventy-six. i
eighty-seven.eighty-elght, eighty-nine, ninety. It
ninety-one, ninety-two. nindty-ttlree and nine
ty-four, on a plan drawn by A. d'Hemocourt. i
dated first of November. 1845, and deposited in
the office of H. B. Cenas, late notary. Lot nurnm
bor seventy-three, of a triangular form, meas- f,
ures seventy-five feet eight inches front on A
Levee street, one hundred and sixteen feet
four lines front on Monroe street, eighty-seven
feet eleven inches four lines in depth on the
line of lot number seventy-four. Lot number
seven, irregular in form, measures
thirty feet front on Levee street by
eighty-seven feet eleven inchee seven ines in -
deDth, oa the line dividing it from
lot number seventy-three and o,o bun
drod feet in depth on the line dividlng it from
lot number seventy-five. L(ots numbers seven- w
ty-five and seventy-six measulre each thirty feet tt
front on Loveoe street by one hundred feet in O0
depth, between parallel lines, Lot number cc
ninety-one measures thirty-one feet elglht h
inches four lines front on the public road by
one hundred and thirty-two feet six inches in s
depth on the line dividing it from lot number
ninety, and one hundred and forty-eight feet T
three lines in depth on the opoosite side line. ,t
with a width in the roar of thirty-nine feet six D
inches three lines. Lot number nin':ty-two a
measures thirty-one feet eight inches four lines o
front on the public road by one hundred and
forty-eight feet three lines In depth on the line
of lot numberininety-one, and one hundred and
sixty-three feet six inches six lines in depth on
the opposite side line, with a width in the rear
of thirty-nine feet six inches three lines. Lot -
number ninety-three measures tbirty-:one feet
eight inches four lines front on the public road
by one hundred and slxty-throee feet six inches
six lines in depth on the side line dividing it tr
from lot number ninety-two. and one hundred t
and seventy-nine feet one inch in depth on the
opposite side line, with a width in the rear of
thirty-nine feet six inches six lines. Lot num- ni
ber ninety-four measures thirty-one feet eight at
inches four lines front on the public road by
one hundred and seventy-nlne feet one inch in t
depth on the line dividing it from lot number
ninety-three, and one hundred and ninety-four t
feet seven inches three lines in depth and front
on Monroe street with a width in the rear of
thirty-nine feet six inches six lines. Lots num o
bers eighty-seven, eighty-eight and eighty-nine al
measure each thirty-nine feet six inches six F,
lines front on the public road by one hundred ci
and twenty feet one inch three lines in depth, to
and lot number ninety measures thirty- w
three feet three inches four line4 front on
the public road by one hundred and
twenty feet one inch three lines in depth
on the side line dividing it from lot number I
eighty-nine, and one hundred and thirty-two t
feet six inched in depth on the side line divid
ing it from lo number ninety-one, and thirty- p
nine feet six inches six lines. a
And all rights of battare or alluvion attached @
to any and all of the said twelve lots of ground. v
Seized in the above suit."
Terms-Cash on the soot. fe
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
The City of New orirans vs. Martin Rieder;
same vs. same; same vs. same; same vs.
same.
THIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleans, Nos. 29.88, 29.887. 28,888 and
632-By virtue of four writs offleri facias. to me I
directed by the honorable the Third District 1
Court for the varish of Orleans, in the above en
titled causes, for city taxes of 1874 1875, 1876 and
1877, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,
Royal street. betwern Canal and Customhouse
streets. in the Second District of this city, on i
FRIDAY. June 21, 1878. at 12 o'clock m., the fol
lowing described prorerty, to wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the Fourth District of this city, in r
square number sixty-seven, bounded by Chip
pewa. St. Thomas, Josephine and St. Andrew
streets, designated as lot number ten, measur
ing sixty-four feet front on Chippewa street by
one hundred and fifty-nine feet in depth, 2
Seized in the above suits.
Terms--Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
m 2128jel4 11821
_ HICIAL_ ADVE;Rt'l IBl rTs.
SBHERIFF ALMB.
Mrs. Emilie Everheld Widow. ete., vs.
Bobert J. Her; F. F, Henrlquez vs. same.
t IXTH DISTRICT OOURT FOR THE PAR
t L3ish of Orleans, Nos. 9912 and 9918s-By virtue
of of two writs of fleri facias, to me directedby the
no. honorable the Sixth District Court for the parish
ft of Orleans. In the above entitled causes, I will
e- proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
he chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal
ily street, between Canal and Customhonso streets.
o- In the Second District of this city, on MONDAY,
July 5,ý1878, at 12 o'clock m., the following de
e- scribed roperty. to wit
rd 1. THREE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND,
ty, situated in the Suburb Treme, Second District
of this city in the islet comprised within Es
planade, dlalborne, Robertson streets, and
. Bayou Road, designated by the numbers one,
, two and three on a special plot made under
in, date of the twenty-fourth of January 1844, by
a Louis Bringler. late surveyor general of this
an SBtte, annexed for recourse to an act of con
ed veyance from the testamentary executor of
ic Alexandre Milne. Sr.. to Peter Lt Barbier Du
r. pleesis, passed before Carlisle Pollock, late a
,t notary public in this city. on the third of June,
ur 1844. Said lots measuring. English measure,
n according to said plot, as follows. vie: Lots
numbers one and two lying contlru
ous to each other, each thirty-one feet
Is- eleven inches five lines front on Espla
nade street, and extending in depth be
de tween parallel lines one hundred and
e- twenty feet; lot number one, forming the cor
lie ner of Esplanade and Clalborne streets, and the
lot number three being or an irregular form,
t measures thirteen feet five inches front on
Clalborne street and extending in depth on the 8
e side towards Esplanade street on aline perpen
e d`iular to Claiborne street, which separates it
from the rear of the lots numbers one and two
elast described, sixty-three feet eleven inches j
ttwo lines. thence at a right angle it runs seven
efeet five inches toward the Bayou Itoad. thence
,r extending at a right angle on a line perpendic
Bular to Clalborne street. a further depth of six- d
r- ty-threeoo feet eleven inches two lines, thence
B running at. a right angle towards the Bayou
e Road, on a line separating if trom lot number f
four,across the projection of Barracks street one d
hundred and twenty-two feet eight inches to a
line by which it is separated from the rear of the
re lots, designated by the numbers six, seven and t
eight, thence running along the rear line of lot t
number eight towards C'aiborne street, thence
extending again across Barracks street aId con- h
c tinuation of the last mentioned line. more or
less, one hundred and six feet four inches, '
t$ thence running sixty-three feet to Clalborne
street, the whole according to the plan afore
Smentioned. Being the same property the defend
ant herein acquired by purchase from Peter Le
t IBarbler Dupleesis per act passed before Achllle
Chlapella. late notary public in this city, on the
t seventeenth day of December, 1844.
2. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND In the
Faubourg Treme, Second District of this city,
in the square bounded by Esplanade, Robert
son. Clalborne and Bayou Road streets. desig- w
nated by the number three on a plan made by h
n L. Bringler. late surveyor general of this State, is
on the twenty-third February, 87, deposited In w
the office of Carlisle Pollock. ate a notary pub- ci
lie in this city, on the eleventh of April 187, st
said lot measuring, French measure, thirty it
feet front on Esplanade street by a depth of J,
one hundred and twenty feet, between parallel s
lines, bounded on the side towards Clalborne
sh treet by lot number two. and on the side to- ly
ward Robertson street by lot number four. To- in
gether with all the buildings and improve- E
monts on all of the lots of around above de- to
scribed. Being the same property thedefendant to
l herein acquired by purchase from Jullen s
Adolph Lacroix, per ant passed before Felix r'
Percy late a notary public in this city, on the
seventeenth of April. 1845.
HSized in the above suits. t
Terms-Cash on the spot. o l
THOMAS H. HANDY, a
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. 4
jeG 13 20 e27jy4 8 or
Dominique Clavarle vs. Michel Brlanou
o, or Brigunon..
th SIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
,ht k ih of Orleans, No. 9940-By virtu- of a writ
1i( of seizure and sale, to me directed by the hon
en orable the Sixth District Court for the parish of
ne Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro
nd coed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
nd and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, be
ne tween Canal and Customhouse streets, in the -
M.. Second District of this city, on MONDAY. June
ix 294. 1878, at 12 o'clock m.. the following described
or property, to wit
in 1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND situated
nt in the Second District of this city. in tile sijLare
,ty bounded by Treme, St. Louis. Toulouse and
Marais streets, designated as lot number six on t
0- a sketch of a plan annexed for reference to an
.ts act passed on the seventh day of August, 1i67.
'w before Octave do Armas, notary public in this
k, city, which said lot measures about flfteen foot
ts. live inches front on Treme streot by a de ph.
ty between parallel lines, of eighty feet dur
it. inches, and fronting in the riar to a common I
s aellcy of four feet eleveu inches wide ompening
IV on St. Louis street; together with all the build
of ings and improvements theAreon, -lrcrrumstt:inc-s
tf andti pndencles, without exception or roser
13' vation.
n- 2. A LOT OF OROUND, situated in thei
L. Second Distri't of this city, in the square
0- ihounded by Trome, St. Louis. Toulouse and M
Marais str(iets, ilsignitted as lot numher Sivcl
nl- on a sketch of a plan annexed for referonioc to
Ih an niit passed on August 7. 1107. before Octave
L Dio Armas. notary tudile in tis city: which said
in, lot mn'sures liiabout liften fiot five inches front
ic on T'rime strc!t hy a (iaIpth bitwein taralu, lit
'- lines of eighty foot four inches, and fronting t
x. in the rear to a common alloy of four feet etl vll ]n
n. inches wile, opening on St. Louis strict; to- n
- gather with all tahe )uild itgs and improvem rntsi
t. thereon, circumstances anii lependencies with- a
n out exception or reservation. ti
1- Being the same property ac(uilrled y the . tde- Ii
Sfendant herein by vurchaeo from Thomrns ili
in Amrede Maher, pier act passed before O. Drouelt. t
it notary oublic in this city, on March 14. 186;.
n Seizetl in the above suit.
e Terms-Cash on the spot.
r THOMART H. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the 'arish of Orleans.
I my23 io jio6 13 20 24
ull-- _---I---- ------------
Christian utruith vs. Henry Michel.
t- FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR TIHE o
m parish of Orleans, No. 465.os-By virtue of a ti
- writ of flor facias, to me directed by the honor- It
t ble the Fourth Distric Court for the paD ish of t(
a Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will nro- A
,r coed to sell at public auction. on the promise C
It hereinafter designated, on WEDNESDAY, June L
y 26. 1878, at 10:30 o clock a. m., the following do- a
a scribed propinty, to wit-
r THE GOODS. MERCHANDISE, FURNI
it TURE and movable property contained in b
. dtefendant's promises, situated at No. 392'j St
x Dryades street, in the First District of this city, t,
' as per inventory which may be soon in my It
f office.
d Seiz- in the above suit.
e Teracs-Cash on the spot. tt
i TTHOMAR H. HANDY. C
n Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. o
r o1l5 20i f2
it Adam Drott vs. Magdalena btocklin. T
.d EUOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT IN T
6.- and for the Sixth and Seventh Municipal Dis- !
t tricts of the parish of Orleans. No. 1040-By vir- tt
d tue of a writ of seizure and sale, to me directed
by the honorable the Second Judicial District
if Courtin and forthe Sixth and and Seventh Mu
nicipal Districts of the parish of Orleans, in the
t above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Auc
n tioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between Canal C
ir and Customhouse streets in the Second Dis- 1
.r trict of this city, on MONDAY, July 8, 1878, at
it 12 o'clock m.. the following described property, o0
to wit-- al
1. TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, with le
e all the improvements thereon, situated in the co
X Faubourg Avart, in the Sixth District of this ci
d city, and designated by the numbers twenty- bv
I, four and twenty-five, in the square number six. S(
which is bounded by L-vee. Jersey, Valmont Ji
n and Bellecastle streets, as per plan of said fau- de
d bourg. drawn by William Forshey. surveyor,
and denosited in the office of C. C. Ladreyere, w
ir late a notary public in this city. ,Lot number I si
o twenty-four measures twenty-nino ! t front on Si
- Valmont street by one hundred and thirty- ti
eight feet in depth, more or less. between par- n
allel lines, American measure; tl e lot number D
d twenty-five measures twenty-eight feet front on na
Valmontstreet by one hundred andl thirty-two la
feet, more or less, the whole American meas- S
ure. Which said property was acquired by the fl
defendant by purchase from Thomas G. Noel d
per act passed bef -re Ernest Commauere. re- de
corder and ex-offi to notary public in and for P
the parish of Jefferson. in this State, on the1
s. 1ixteenth day of May. 1858. b
2. AND A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. to- ci
g- irther with all the improvements thereon, in
d West Bouligny, Sixth District of this city, in
e the square number thirty-three, which is
tt bounded by Camp, Valence, Chestnut and Bor
B- deaux streets; the said lot fa de-ignated by the
d number one, according to the original plan of
Lt Faubourg Bouligny, drawn by C. F. Zimpel. late
surveyor, and deposited in the office of L. T. I
e Caire. late notary public in this city, and it
a forms the corner of Valence and Chestnut of
-treets, and measures fifty-five feet front on th
Valence street by one hundred and ten feet in O
depth and front on Chestnut street, American ce
n measure, according to said plan; and was ac- he
- quired by the defendant from Adolphe Gautier 18
v by act passed before S. Purcell, recorder and d
ex-officio notary public for the parish of Jeffer
son, In this State, on the twenty-third day o: in
August, 1864. la
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash en the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans,
je6 120 27jy4 8
-- ,, ,,
_ UDICIAL ADVERTI5E rENTS.
sIIiiL1rIIF sumas.
-| SHUII fSALES.
's A. Deslpoestte Ys. 1. Finnerty.
- OURTH DISTICT COURT FOR THEPAR
Ish of Orleans No. 4.,133-By virtue of a
Swrit of sezuresnnd sale tt me directed by the
e honorable the Fourth District Court for the
I parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause,
• will proceed to sell at public auction, at the I
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal
'I street. between Canal and Customhouse streets.
in the Second District of this city. on MON
YDAY, July 22 1879. at 12 o'clock m., the fol
a- lowin descrlbed roperty, to wit
SERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated. ly
ing and being in the First District of this city,
ct In the square boanded by Perdi to. Basin s
fs (ormerly St. John), Franklin (formerly St.
Id Peter) and Gravier streets; said lot measuring
e. twenty-five feet six inches front on Perdido
r street, twenty-five feet two inches one line in
width In the rear. by one hundred and twent -
a six feet six inches six lines in depth on the side
'- line nearest to Basin (formerly St. John) street.
and one hundred and twenty-three feet eleven
Snches one line on the other side line nearest to
a Franklin (formerly St. Peter) street; which lot
of ground is the same which is designated by
e, the number three on a plan drawn on the first
Sof December 1549, by J. T. Dunbar, surveyor of
the Second Municipality of this city, and de
posited as plan number three, in book number I
three of plans, in the offlte of Octave DeArmas,
a notary public in this city, for reference.
Together with all the buildings and improve- t
- monts thereon, rights, ways and advantages e
thereunto belonging or In anywise appertain- 1
Ina; the buildings and improvements consist
ing of a double frame cottage, etc. Bling the C
same property the defendant herein acquired t
by purchase from Mrs. Johanna Davis and c
others. as per act passed before W. J. Castell, t
notary public in this city, on the thirtieth of
SJuno, 177.
n eized in the above suit.
Terms-I. In cash for sufficient amount to b
pay plaintiff's claim, say the sum of live hun- b
d(red dollars, with Interest thereon at the rate of n
eight per cent per annum from the second day R
of June, 1t77. until the day of sale, five per cent it
for attorney's fees and costs of suit and taxes
due on the property sold. 2. The Lurchaser to
assume (to the extent of the amount of his bid),
the payment of a promissory note secured by
mortgage on said above described property, for
the like sum of five hundred dollars. drawn by
e defendant to his own order and indorsod by '
himself. dated on the second of June. 1177 and
payable two years after date, and bearing inter
o est at the rate of eight per cent per annum r
e from date until paid. 3. And the balance of the
price of adjudication, if any, cash on the spot. a
THOMAS H. HANDY, I
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. o
Sje2 27 jy4 11 1 22 tt
Workingmen's Bank vs. Mrs. Mary A. cc. cI
run.
r HIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
Ssh of Orleans, No. 25,349--By virtue of a
writ of seizure and sale, to me dire.ted by the D
honorable the Third District Court for the par- at
ish of Orleans. in the above entitled cause. I
will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer- ef
chants' and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
street, between Canal and Customhoues strrets,
in the Second District of this city, on MONDAY, n'
July 15 1878, at 12 o'clock m.. the following de- d
scribed property to wit'
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. situated, h
lying and being in the First District of this city,
In the square bounded by Liberty. Howard.
Erato and Thalla streets (being square number
ten); said lot is designated by the number four.
teen on a plan drawd by Aug N. Phelps, late
surveyor and engineer, on the fifth day of Feb
ruary. 1946; said lot measures according to said
plan (which is deposited in the office of Robert
J. Ker. notary public, in this city for reference),
thirty-two feet front on Howard street by a
depth between parallel lines of one hundred
and twenty-five feet, Enullsh measure; together
with all the buildings and improvements there
on, rights, ways and advantages thereunto be
longing or in anywise api ertaining. Binlg the
same property the defendant herein acquired
by purchase from James Goodwin, as per act
passed on the sixth of December 1870, before W.
J. Castell, notary public in this city.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms -Cash on the spot. gi
TItOMAR H. HANDY. po
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. tol
jol0320 27 jy4 11 15 th
John McCaffrey vs. Mrs. E. Alexander. by
j'iOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR- th,
J- Ish of Orleans, No. 44,980-By virtue of an
alias writ of flor facias against Mrs. E. Al xan.
der, widow to me directed by the honorable
the Fourth District Court for the parish of Or
Ilans, in the abtve entitled cause, I will pro- )
ened to sell at public auction, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, it - gI,
rweon Canal and Cllstomnhousce roeelt, in the otf
Hecond District of this city, on MONDAY. July w
8. 1878, at 12 o''loick m., the following desiribted an
proiperty. to wit
THE ONE-IIALF INTEREST in the full ow- *s
norsehlp and the usufru't of the other half in- an<
(trest of the forllowing propert'y: wi
A CERTAIN LOT OF GRIOUND, with all the
bulllings and imntrovments thereon, andl all ji
the rights, ways. privilgesg. cirvitud.es and ap
u rtenancies thlerunto btlonging oi )r n arnywlse
tappI rtainingll , situated in the First )istrit of e
this city. I In the sglare houlnded by Basin (late
1t..lohn). Girod. Franklin (lath St. Piterr and Lv
Lafayettl (lato Hlevial.) trots, andidltignateld by mi
the num)b,(r twenty-four, on It plan mint tiy lir
SJoseph I'li., late citysurveiyor. on thetweflith it r
'of Jlnuisry, 18032. 11ll i1i1iositeil for reter.riri in wh
itIY I,017 r, f FIlix de Ann ri, intt, a notary t.ul)- ni
lie In this city, ati-ording to which l lan said lot
ll)measures, in Arrerli-an m.lleasure thirty-two j,
feet front on said B tsin (late St, ,john) street by
l adth of on', hlndreid and twen.ty-!ight foot
three inches lie lines on tihe one0 side and one 1r
hundred and twenty-tight. feet thre.e in-h.s six
lines on the other sile adjoining lot numberI gi
twi nty-fiv. Oth
Heizdl in the ahove suit. wit
Termns-CiLsh on the spot. ant
TIIOMAS IT. HANDY. ,,nU
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. I
leo 13 2i0 27 jy4 x8 e,
Mummers & Rranntn vs. James S. Clarke.
'IXTII DIS 1 RICT COURT FOR TIHE PAIt
I sh of Orleans. No. 1257--By virtue of a writ
Sof flDrl ttCias, to me dire, ted by the hon,rable
the Sixth District Court for the parish of Or
- leans, in the above entitld cause Iwill 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. June 15. 174,
at 12 o'clock m., the following described prop
erty. to wit
THREE LOTS OF GROUND, In the square
bounded by Canal, Geosquet, Marais and Villere
streets, and deslgnated by the numtsrs one,
two and three on a plan drawn by Joseph PIlie.
late surveyor, on the third of May. 1839, and do
posited in the offlce of Lucien Hermann, late a
notary public in this city, measuring each
twenty-one feet three inches six lines front on
Canal street by a depth between parallel lines of
one hundred and twenty seven feetten inches
five lines,all American measure; lot number one
forming the corner of Canal and Marals streets.
Together with the use of an alley in the rear of
said lots opening on Marais street, common to
said lots, b ing ten feet wide. Together with all
the buildings and improvements thereon.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
I Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
my23 30 je6 13 20 24
Charles H Kernion vs. Wailter Hunslington
1IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
PR ish of Orleans, No. 9024-By virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale. to me directed by the honor
able the Fifth District Court for the parish of Or
leans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the Mer
chants and Auctior eers' Exchange. Royal street,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
Second District of this city, on MONDAY,
July 1. 1878, at 12 o'clock m., the following
described property, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, together
with the buildings and improvements thereon,
- situated in the First District of this city, in the
square bounded by Polvmnia, Urania. Pry
tania and Coliseum streets, designated as lot
number sixteen, on a plan drawn by George T.
Dunbar, late surveyor, on the sixth of M'y, 1844,
and deposited in the office of the sheriff of the
late Commercial Court of New Orleans. The
said lot measuring thirty-one feet eleven inches
five lines fronton Polymnia street by one hun
dred and fifty-nine feet ten inches two lines in
depth, American measure. Being the same
property acquired by the defendant herein by
nurchase from Daniel - . per act passed
before Theodore Guyol, notary public in this
city, on the twenty-first day of June, 1875.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms--Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
my30 jr6 13 20 27 jy1
Moses Schwartz vs. Fowler & Smith.
FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THEPAR
ish of Orleans. No. 9006-By airtueof a writ
of fleri facias, to me directed by the honorable
the Fifth District Court for the parish of 4
Orleans. in the above entitled cause, I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction, on the premises
hereinafter designated, on TUESDAY, June 25.
1878, at l0, o'clock a. m., the following described
property. to wit
STHE CERTAIN ENGINE AND MOSCHINERY
in the premises situated at No. 103 Tchoupitou- 4
las street, in the First District of this cty. 4
Selz-d in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAS H. HANDY,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
jel4 20 25
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMWWJ5J
onIEIFF SALES.
Smilh Broe. & Co. vs. ll. Finnerty.
F OURTH DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR
9ih of Orleans. No. 44,914-By virtue of a writ
e of flerl facia. to me directed by the honorable
the Fourth Distict Court for the parish of Or
leans, in the above entitled cause, I will proceed
to sell at public auction, on the premises here
inafter deslfnated, on MONDAY, July 1
1878. at lo0 o'clock a. m., the following decribed
THE FURNITURE AND MOVABLE PROP.
EIRTY in d' fendant's premises, situated at the
Sorner of Magnolia and Poydras streets, in the
First District of this city, as per inventory,
which may be seen in my office.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
' HOMAS H. HANDY
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
j2o 027 jy.
The i'fty of New Orleans vs. Miss Virgrinta
Flory; same vs. Widow Louis Chauchon:
same vs. same; same vs. Mrs. Robert Dean:
same vs. Mrs. A, Dean; same vs. same;
same vs. same.
SHIRD DISTRIT COURT FOR THE PAR
Eish of Orleans Nos. 29,04, 29505 29506 29,.0o7
2,sos, 29,609: and Sixth District Court for the
parish of Orleans. No. 417-By virtue of seven
writs of flri faclas, to me directed bv the hon
orabie the Third and Sixth District Courts for
the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled
causes, for city taxes of 1870. 1871, 1873, 1874. 1875.
1876, and 1877. I will proceed to sell at public
auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
change, Royal street, between Canal and Cus
tomhouse streets, in the Second District of this
city on FRILAY. June 21. 1878. at 12 o'clock m,,
the following described property to wit
A CERT TIN PORTION OF GIOUND, situs,
ted in the Second District of this city. in square
number three hundred and twenty-two bounded
by Dumalne, St. Philip, Dorgenois and Roche.
blave streets designated as lot number four,
measuring thirty-seven feet front on Dumaine
streets by one hundred and seventy-five feet
in depth.
Seizd in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
THOMAR I. HANDY.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
my21 28 je4 11 18 21
Or uyl Ji c de LL Ili
by The City of New Orleans vs. Mrs. neo. F.
ad Bryant; same vs. same; same vs. same;
,r- same vs. P. a. bryant: same vs. same.
m rTHIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR.
he is hof Oleans, Nos. 29,000, 29,001 and 29,002;
t. and .Ixth District CO urt for the parish of Ors
leans, Nos. 201 and 209-By virtue of five writs
of flert facias to me directed by the honorable
the Third and Sixth District Courts for the par
ish of Orleans. In the above entitled causes, for
city taxes of 1575, 1876 and 1877, 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 FRIDAY. June 21, 1878.
at 12 o'clock m., the following described prop
Serty. to wit
C. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
auated In the First )istrict of this city. in square
number four hundred and two. bounded by Lo
cust. Common. Gravier and Magnolia streets,
e- de-ignaled as lot number fifteen, measuring
twelty-four feet front on Locust street by one
. hundred and sixteen feet in depth.
2. A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND, sit
uated in the First District of this city, in square
3r number three hundred and thirty-six, bounded
r- by Gasquet. Franklin, Liberty and Canal streets.
designated as lot number sixteen, measuring
d twenty-seven feet front on Gasquet street by
Il one hundred and twenty feet in depth.
Seized in the above suits.
" Terms-Cash on the saot.
a THOMAS H. HANDY,
r Civil Sherif of the Parish of Orleans,
my2128 je411 1821
MUoCCE1.riON NOTICES.
t Succession of Maihilda Brown, wife of
Karl Stoltz.
,ECOND DISTR1CT COURT FOR THE PAR
R- ish of Orleans, No. .s,461--Notice is hereby
given to the creditors rof th is estate and to all other
persons herein interested to show cause within
ton days from the present notitlfation, if any
they have or can, why the account presented
by Charles Stoltz. administrator of this estate
should not he approved and homologated, and
;- the funds distributed in accordance therewith.
n By order of the court.
i- Jell t1 20* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
Succession of Victor Roumane.
- IFCOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR.
SL ish of Orleans, No. 24.91 N--Notice Is hereby
- ,iven to the creditors of this ,'stLt:, aind to all
r other Dersr n herein interested to show cause
v within ten days from Ihe present notifcation. if
Sanr heyy htiev or ,an, why thi aleount Iresente
.ulne it,. 1878. by the Iadrl initrato.ir of this
f nsate. sht11rll nR't teaptriv,,d trad llotInologited
atIl the rundsl{ distriute.d in aI'ir t,nce there.
with.
9 By order of the :ourt.
I (J,1 .120 JOtN HETRERT. Clerk.
SSuccession of I,. L V.V. Lyons.
f 'ECOND I)DISTIICT COURT FOil THE
p [,arish of Orleans. No. '28e,;- WhAerea., W. W.
1 Iyons has t,,ritioned the court for ltters of ad
7 ministr,;tion on thle ,stat of th. l.te L. W. Lyons,
Sdoceased. Notice Is hereby givn to all whom
it may concern to shtow 'ltaue wibthin tn'l days
why the rye r of th.k said pvititl,uer should
Snot his granetel.
tBy order of the court.
jc20 25 29* JOHN FIERPBE:T. Clerk.
Muccenion of W. Ii. Whitehead.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FORt THE PAR
iEh of Orlctns, No. sa,5:t --Notice is hereby
g given to the creditors of this .es iat, and to all
other p-rsons herein inters-tfrid to show cause
within ten days from thb ires.n.rlt notillatlion, if
any they have or can. why the flfth and final ac
,count presented by the e.,ciutors of t.he deceased
in this estate should not Ibe approved and
I homologated, and theb funds dstrli.,ted in ac
i:ortanee therewith,
By order of the court,
e202 25 29 JOHIN HERBIEIIT, Clerk.
Succession of Peter Sweat.
ECOND DISTRIICT COURT FOR THE PAR.
, ish of Orleans, No. s2 st;s-Notice is hereby
given to the creditocs of this ,*itiktei nd to all
I other persons herein lntn.restedl tf, show cause
within ten days from the pres- Hnt notifica
tion, if any they have or canti, why the ac
count preos nted by \VWilliarnm . Dodge, dative
testamentary executor in this estnate, should not
be approved anti homolorgated, and the funds
distributed in accordance therewith.
By order of the court.
je2,t 25 29 JOHN HFRPERT. Clerk.
huccessiop of Charles Darcantel.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
D ish of Orleans. No. 46.412-Notice is hereby
given to all the debtors and all the creditors of
the late Lharles Darcantel, of New Orleans, to
pay their indebtedness or present their claims
for settlement to Henry Dareantel. his testa
mentary executor, witiin ten days from the
first publication hereof, at the office of the un
dersigned.
EDWARD C. GILLET,
Attorney of Executor, No. No Customhouse street.
New Orleans, June 20. 1578. Je20 25 29*
IN BANKRUPTCY.
ESTATE OF RICHARD L. PUGH.
In Bankruptcy-No. 1685.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S Oc'FCE.,
New Orleans. June 7. l678.
THIA IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT A WAR
rant in bankruptcy has been issued out of
the District Court of the United States for the
District of Louisiana, against the estate of
RICHARD L. PUGH, of the parish of Lafourche.
State of Louisiana, adjudged a bankrupt, upon
his own petition ; that the payment of any debts.
and the delivery of any property belonging to
said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by him are forbidden
by law; that a meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their deb s and choose one
or more assignees of his estate. will be held at
a court of bankruptcy, to be holden on the
twentieth day of June. A. D. 1574, at 12 o'clock m..
at the Custom-House building, New Orleans, .
before C. 8. Kellogg. register. 7
JACK WHARTON,
jes 20 United States Marshal.
ESTATE OF LUDER F. BERJE.
In Bankruptcy-No. 16s5.
UNITED STATES MAISHAL's OFFICE, |
New Orleans. June 19. 1878. S
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT A WARB
rant in b inkruptcy has been issued out of
the District Court of the United States for the
District of Lulsiana, .agalnst the estate of
Luder F. Berij. of New Orleans, in the parish
of Orleans. State of Louisiana. adjudged a
bankrupt, upon his own petition. Thatthe
payment of any debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging t, said bankrupt, to him
or fror his use, and the trausfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law. That a meeting
o the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts and choose one or more assignees of his
estate, will be held at a court of bankrupty, to
be holden on the thirty-first day of July, A. D.
1874, Rt Io o'clock a. m. at No. 18 BRoyal street.
New Orleans, before E. D. LeBreton, register.
JACK WHARBTON.
je20 jyl n United States Marshal.

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