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eeline to serve.
Judge Sutherlin and District Attorney
Hall of Mansfield, deoline to go before the
people as candidates for the constitutional
convention, by reason of the fact that they
both occupy official positions that require
their attention. They hold that they cannot
serve the people in two offices at once when
their duties conflict.
A Stalemen' of the Came.
These wholesale arrests are being made for
one purpose lnd orne purpoIs alone, that of
attempting to intimidate anid demoralize the
white people of t his perish.
A constitutional crnvntion is to assemble
in April next. and every e ffort to capture that
body will be ) ade by our enenmnes.
Let no white nman be deterred from doing
his whole duty from this to the night of the
eighteenth of March. Our whole future de
pends upon rour su5icss nol)W.
Organize your clubs; prepare your candi
dates, and go, to the polls for victory.
The Vindic.tor, whih htas stooid by you in
all your noeilds, ibegs you to remain firm and
steadfast to your prlnl'ples.
One effort now. and all will be well.
(i , The LIte LCetilatLre.
rl f - (: 14abine touthron.F " _
We feel greatly rejoiced at the success of
the people through their representatives in
the last Legislature in securing a due regard
to their wlshes and Interest in important mat
ters of legislation. The Democrats lave now,
for the first time since the w.r, obtained the
complete asecendancy of powcr in the Sttate,
and through this agency we have the certain
prospect of a thorough elimination, at no
distant time, of the rottenness and corruption
that has been such an incubus upon our esa
Cutcheon, and the reign of peace, good order
and prosperity again established within our
borders. Lot, the people follow up their vic
tory until the last political enemy is displas'ed
and hurled from p iwer, and honest and capa
ble men enlected by the people to represent
them in the government, which can alone en
sure the futurosafety and welfare of our State.
The Judge,' InJunctlon Sulte.
The district judges of New Orleans have
qot out injunctions against the Aud tor and
Treasurer restraining them from issuing or
cashing any warrants until the salaries of
these judges are paid. Why a judge or other
constitutional offlcer should be made a pre
ference creditor by the htate we have never
been able to understand; nor do we see any
just or equitable reason why these men should
be paid to the detr lncout of all other creditors
of the State. While it is true that they are
entitled to their pay and ought to have it, it
Is none the less true that other men have not
only given their servi(es to the State, blut
have expended their money also to supply
her needs. Why this class or creditors should
be constantly legislated against is to uis un
intelligible. Why should a warrant issued to
a judge, who gives nothing to the State but
hle time, and receives for his salary $5000 a
year in return, be made receivable for licenses
and taxes, when warrants given In payment
for goods supplied and hard laxbor honestly
done, and at a cash pries, are placed upon the
ordinary list and not made receivalle for
moenses andl taxes. "Sauce for the geose"
ought to be "sauce for the gander," but
Louisiana Legislatures have never made it
so. In framing a new constitution let the
people see to it that these cormorants are
placed on a level with other nmen and given
no privllge other than any other citizen is
Arrest of An Offender Long Wanted.
On Thursday a colored individual who re
joices in the rognomen of Amos Long, and
who plays an important part in guiding the
destlnles of the republic by filling the high
office of police juror In the parish of St.
James visited our court-house for the pur
pose of signing a marriage bond as surety
or a friend who is about to change his condl
tion of life. Before the business of complet
ing the bond and lesuine the license was ac
complished1 Deputy Sheriff Israel appeared
In the clerk's office, laid his hand on Lang's
shoulder and marched him down stairs to the
headquarters of Jailor Lefort, who took the
gentleman into camp with his accustomed
suavity. The secret of this summary trans
action is, that Lang was arrested here In 1876
for obtaining a pair of shoes from S. Gtette,
BMe., of Donaldsonville, on a forged order
w.ich purported to be signed by Mr. J. G. Co
fild. Accused gave bond of $50 for appear
_ace, with Messrs. P. Landry and Richmond
Howard as sue',les, but jumped bail and has
kept out of the way of the officers of this
rish ever since. The case was called at
tree terms of the district court, and several I
bench warrants have been placed In the hands
of the sheriff for Lang's apprehenslon, but no
opportunity has b~en afforded the oflceor to
cae his bird until day before yesterday,
when the fellow Ilow into the judicial net in
the manner stateld. As Lang's case Is on the
docket of the district court. he will doubtless
have to lie in jail until the next term of that
court, on the third Mondcy of May unh'i-s
he elects to waive right of jury and be tried
in the parish court..
Gen. J. Floyd HKing.
The Natchez Democrat learns from a pri
vate letter from Washington that there are
strong prejudices among Republicans against
(en. J. Floyd King, and that they connect
him with the recent troubles in Tensas and
Concordia parishes, in the district from which
he has been eloAted. Nothing can he more
unjust than such a feeling. Gen. King, in
the first place, had no need of any bulldozing
movement t) secure his election, and no one
was better cognizant of this fact than his
shrewd and unscrupulous opponent, John T.
Ludeling. He was perfectly aware that
Gen. King, without a blow or athreat of any
kind, would certainly heat him in the dis
triot. He therefore set himself to work to
excite Fairfax and his colored follow-rs to
some act which would bring on a co l sion,
and, as he thought, furnish capital for him
and hls party in the contingencies of the fu
ture. Falrfax fell into the trap thus cun
aingly laid and was foolish enough to allow
his colord friends in Tensas parish, where
they were In a majority of probably ten to
one, to make attempts at bulldozing. In
their excitable folly the colored people
carried their riotous disposition too far, and
the fears of the waite people, not only in these
parishes but in the adjoining country, be
came excited to a pitch which has seldom
been reached. So far from Gen. King excit
ing these troubles, we have it from persons
who were with him during the whole of the
canvass, that he used his influence and his
authority as commander of the State militia
in his district to prevent any conflict. When
the Tenses troubles were taking place he was
at Winusl hor, and was Informed of them by
special courier, and he immediately took
measures to put, a stop to them. But when
he reachexi thle h,.(cen(e of disturbance the
troubles were all over. To connect Gen.
King with ithe urnfiortunatte results of this ex
citing peril is unljuet to him, and there is no
foundation for thet celhrge. If the' Republicans
at Washington are .iere in their coln
denlnation o.f this alTaTru, let them fix the
blamce where it prleoe.rlv lelehngs. anid (I'
founce .John '1. Ludelieg as the real cause of
all the tee nlles which ha\ve befallen the ne
gr.ei in lensas and I3oucordlia parishes.
OMAHA RHUBARB WINE,
A Valuable aid in ease of
Indigestion and all Stomach Complaints.
A Purifier of 1oo.4
This wine contains in n agtr wrable form nil
the t dl l .opevrti, s cf the Ilant from wh-.h
at o 1 r, the valuable qualtief of whih
Swhsina Konown to Vhysie'icinas w
lerienee has afforded the most ample proof
thtim toas wine pesestwc all thDe lne aromatic
daeten clh propeerties for which the plant has
e . L L obenSfit are dede, an
e.r.holetaln e strongly reoomagnded t
eona atrentdin sick ronm, ait isiC
toear n during prevalence of fever
and other infectious diseases.
Put no In pint hottles, chnpegne etgyI. with
twodcwen in a case.
L L. LYONS,
h#U MW OBLIA1s. LA.
By Nash A Hodegon.
REVENUES OF THE PUBLIC MARKETS
nr DEPARTMENT OF COMwMROE, CITY HALL,.
New Orleans. February 20. 1879.
Will be sold at public auction, in the Council
Chamber, City Hall, on WEDNESDAY. February
M2. 1879. at 12 o'clock m.. the revenues of the
r following mentioned Public Markets for the
month of March. 1879, or for March. April and
May. 1879, as per ordinance No. 491,. Adminis
e tration Series, to wit:
t Fruit and Vegetable Markets.
French Meat Market.
Poydras and Pill Markets.
Washington and Port Markets.
St. Bernard Market.
St. Mary's Market.
Ninth Street Market.
The markets will be sold separately for one
month, or for three months each.
Terms and Conditions-Cash on the spot in
United States currency.
The city reserves the right to reject any and
J. HENRY BEHAN.
fe2n 22 21 2l AdmlnlItrator of Commerce.
r By Montgomery & Co.
FURNITURE, BOOKSR ETC.
I N SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22, AT 11 A.M..
t at No. 87 Camp street
PARLOR. DINING-ROOM AND BEDROlOM
FURNITURE, A SMALL LIBRARY, BOOK
OASES, PICTURES, and a ROSEWOOD
PIANOFORTE. In good order.
fe21 2t MONTGOMERY A CO., Auctioneers.
FINE FAMILY HORSE.
Suitable for a Physician's Use or Family Driv
r ing-Sold for no fault. but for want of use.
SN SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22, AT 11 A. M..
Sat No. 70 Ilaronn- street.
fI al t MONTGOMERY & CO.. Auctioneers.
MONTGOMERY & CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
1 - BELL -
HORSES. MULES. BUGGIES. HARNESS. Etc.,
Every Wednesday and eaturday,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
-- AT -
deli em No. 'O Baronne street.
THE GREAT SOUTHERI
conEn OF PETERS,
Commenced Operations in the Year
And has sinoe met with unparalleled success.
the popular proptlietor, was the first to es
of this kind in our city, and deserves the patron
age of the people. Hundreds of
that would have had to seek employment abroad
have beeA furnished a gNRd living by this IM
THEN WHY NOT PATRONIZE
He always treats customers with the greatest
consideration and politeness, and deems it no
trouble to show goods, for be has not only his
own interest and r'putation at stake. but the e
pride of establishing on a firm basis a truly
Mr. HANRSN has eoened a branch of his house
at MORGAN CITY. where will be found a
full supply of his very superior SHOES.
solicited, and prompt attention and satlifaction
q u a r an te e d . . . . . . . Ja l 4 2 m
ST. BERNARD COIL COMPAIN,
29 Carondelet st., New Orleaus.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
And Families Supplied.
Has always on hand a full stock of St. Bernard
and O'Neil & Co.'s celebrated Pittsbarg Coal.
ana tf W. 8S. CAMPBELL. Agent.
Scab and Ticks
no-P of NON-POISONOUS
S BHEEP DIP!
D Manufactured by
_s S. H. KENNEDY.
* a . Omaha. Nebraska.
e eradl.ates the pest.
W 0 This is theonlydlD that
@ adds to the staple and
. m value of wool. It will
0 cure the most obstinate
'$ cases-dilute each gallon
in 15 parts hot water
ri .and will not cost a cent
NS . a head each dipping.
. Packed in ONE and
g FIVE GALLON TIN
cELO Dip Scabby Sheep In
the 'arly Spring and
S Summer as that is the
MEDIEES time to eradicate the dis
ease from the skin. Fail
and Winter dipping will
not cure the Scab. It only
holds the disease in check. in the Fall and Win.
ter months the insect that causes the Scab is
forcing his way so deep Into the true skin that
he cannot be reached or destroyed, while in the
early Huring the insect comes to the surface of
dnhskin. and is easily eradicated by one or two
gdio in my Sheep Dip.
~ loý r SS a gallon. and Freight paid on
.at lot to your railroad d-pot. Book
e.tf to She Growers. Address . H.
Whleee NNARD & FOBBYTH,
Whleal Drugji sad General Agents.
By Albert Paul * Co.
SUCCESSION OF MRS. CHARLES ROLLING.
Second District Conu t for the Parish of Orleans
VALUABLE PROPERTY (N THE METAIRIE
BY ALBERT PAUL & CO.-B. ONORATO.,
Auctioneer-OffiT- 45 Royal street.-On MAT.
URDAY. March 15. 1879 at 12 o'clo'ck m., at the
Merchants and Auctio,nieers' Exchange, on
Royal street, will be sold at auntion. by virtue of
a judgment rendered by the Hon. A. L. Tlssot.
judge of the Second District Court for the par
Ish of Orlans. on Apr 1 22. 187I, and signed
April 28, 1H78, the follwlng proverty. vlz
A CERTAIN PORITION OR1 PARCEL OF
LAND, situated In the l nrlh of JIff-rson. in
this State, measuri g one arpent front on the
Metairie Road by all the depth to l.ake Pont
chartrain. bounded on one Fide by property
now or formerly of Courval, and on the other
side by property now or f, rrnorly of labarre.
etoeti-r with all the Iulldings and improve
ments thereon. Oflnsisting of a trrame houso,
etc., and about .3S orange trees, many bearing.
Act of Pale at purchaser's expense before -
--. notary public. o112 22 mhi 8 15*
By Chas. H. Reed.
TWO-STORY HOUSE ONi G 4QUET STREET.
SUCCESSION OF ROiBEWI' EICHORN.
Seooond District Court for the Parish of Orleans
JI Y CHAS. H. REED, Auctioneer-Office No.
134 Oravler street-At au, tiou. THURSDAY,
Frleruary 27, 1879, at 12 o'clock m.. at the MElR
CHANTS AND AUCTIONEERS' EXCHANGE,
on Royal. between Canal and Customhousie
street.s by virtue and in pursuance of tn
order of the IHn. A. L. Tisiiot, Judge of the
oSei'ond District Court for the tarish of Orleans,
sigrcd Jitnuary 24, 179,. for a(ce~llnt of the above
entitled suco.esslon, will be sol(1 the property.,
A OERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. with all the
uilldings and Improvemntit. thereon, in the
First District of this city. known as lot No. 14 of
autlare No. 434. whih square Is bounded by
Gtasiquot. Ptalmyra. Clalborne and DIrbigny
streets. and whlin lot measures 25 feet front on
Gasquet street by a depth of les feet 7 inches,
between parallel lines, Amerlean measure. The
Imprcoverunts eln c rl ea substantial two-story
resdtience and its dependencies, known as No.
124 (lasquet street.
Terms-Cash. A deposit will be exacted on
the spot to hind the sale.
Act of sale by Wm. H. Seymour. notary, at pur
'haser's expeons. ja2 5 l H15 22 27
The City of New Orleans vs. Christopher
Connell; s, me vs. same.
rITHIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
I ish of Or lians. No. 29,912; and Sixth Distrtct
Court for the parish of Orleans. No. 164--By
virtue of two writs of flere Inftas. to me di
re'teid by the honorable the Third and Slxth
District Conrts for the tarish of Orleans. in the
above entitl. d ciuses, for c'ly taxes of 1i 6 and
1678. I will proceed to sell at putbih auction, at
the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange.
Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse
si re-ts. in the Secend Distric.t uf this city, on
MONDAY. Mare r 24. 1H79. at 12 o'clock m.. the
followin¢r deaeorrlt, - roturty. to, wit
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GROUND. sit
unted in the First Di trict of this city, in square
number two huntdred and ninenty-three, hound
ed by Rampart, Julia, Girod and Basin stre-ts.
designated as lots number twenty-one and
twenty-two, mnasulring fifty-one fooeet front on
Rampart street lv one hund ed feet In depth.
A CERTAIN POIRTION OF GROUND, sit
unted in the First )ies rit of this city. in square
numtber two hundred and seventy-e ght. b. und
ed by Rampart. Di yades. Clio and Erato streets.
designated as Its number seventeen and elagh
teen, measuring each twenty-nine feet front on
RaImpart street by one hundred and twelve feet
in do , h.
A CERTAIN PORTION OF GRIIOUND. sit
unted in the First District of this city, in square
number two hulndred and eighty-nine.bounded
by Rampart. White, Clio and Erato streets, des
Ignated as follows: Lot number twelve. form
ing the corner of Rampart and Clio streets, and
measuring twenty-five feet front on Itampart
street by ninety-seven feet in depth:; It num
ber thir een, forming the corner of White and
C01i streets, and measuring thirty feet front on
White street by ninety seven feet in depth.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms-Cash on the soot.
J. R. ALCEE GAUTHREAUX.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ei21 22 2* mh7 14 21 24
Thomas Hasam vs. Merlol & merrara.
SECOND JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PAR
SIsh of Orleans. No. 157-By virtue of a writ of
fleri fauias, to me directed by the Hon. W.
Rogers, Secot d Justice of the Peace In and for
the parish of Orleans. in the above stated suit,
I will proceed to sell at tublic suction, at the
northwest corner of Jtllla and Howard streets,
on FRID4Y. F', brutry 26. 1679. at 12 o'clock m.
ONE LOT OF LUMBlER.
Seized in the above stated suit.
Terms- Cash on the .not
fels 222H R. BARNES, Constable.
Succession of Edward Kelly.
tEnOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
Sish of Orleans, No. 40o.1st-Notice is here y
given to the creditors of this estate and to all
other persons herein interested to show cause
within ten days from the present notification, if
any they have or can, why the account pre
sented by Mrs. Margaret Kelly. administratrix
of this estate. should n''t be approved and
honmologatod, and the funds distributed in ao
ByI order of the Court.
fel9l 22 2s JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
G. E. SCHMIDT VS. HIS CREDITORS.
Fourth District Court for the Parish of Or
THE OREDITORS OF JiHE ABOVE PLAIN
tiff. George E. Schmidt, are hereby notified
to attend a meeting to be held at the oflice of
E Bonny. Notary Public. on the twentieth
of March. 1879, at 12 o'clock m.
fe22 mh6 2o E. BOUNY. Notary Pnblic,
A stock of over 2H
PIANOS & ORGANS
to sRlect from.
Gtneral Agency of
t o world -renowned
STRINGS. ACCORDEONS. GUITARS.
Of our importation.
LOWEST PRICES-BEST TERMS.
Country orders respectfully solicited.
no22 Grunewald Hall, New Orleans.
J. I. WALKER, D. D. S.,
~AIBFULLY PBROBRM8 ALL OPFNATINOB
0sa8r IN DENTISTRYI
JUDICIAL AYDV 3T1MMI ENT3.
iIE RIFF SALES.
Widow Anais Berens vs. Joseph Paul Le
Blano and Honere Boutte, Executors of
Francois Philippe Boutte.
FiOURTH DISTIICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of O, leans,. No. 44,.27-Bly virtue of a
writ of seizure and sale to me directed by the
honorable the Fourth bistrict Court for the
parish of Orleans. in the above entitled cause. I
will proceed to sell at public auction, at the
Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal
street, between Canal and Customhouse streets,
In the Sttotnd Distriot of this city, on SATUR
DAY. Mar,'h 29. 1879. at 12 ,-'iel 'k im.
THE TWO UNLIVIDED THitIDS belonging
to the succession of FiANCOIS PHILIPPE
BOUTTE, in the two following pieces of real
1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, with the
bulltlinus and improvements thereon, situated
In the First District of theclty of Now Orleans,
in the tquare bounded by St. Cuarles. Gravier
and Camp streets anti Comm'ercial Alley, meas
uring sixty-five feet nine inches and four lines.
American measure, more or less, front on St.
Charles street by one hundred and seventy to t
nine inches in depth anl front on Commrnreial
Alley. firming the north corner of Mt. Charles
and (Commere-lal Alley. nearesi Gravier street.
2. A STRItP OF GROUND. adloining the
above lot and in the same square, for merly tie
corner of said St. Charles and Com)mertCal
Alley, and having one foot nine inches four
lines front on St. Charles street by one hun
dred and seventy feet nine inches in depth and
front on Commercial Alley.
The said two pieces of real estate, with the
buildings and Improvements thereon, to the ex
tent of the said two undivided thirds thereof,
belonging to said esuccession, will be sold. In
,lock. at one and the same time, for one and
the same price.
Heelzd in tlhe above suit.
Terms-Cash on the upt.
.1. It. ALUEE GAUTHREAUX.
Civil Shtriff of the Parish of Orl.eaus.
fo2l '2 27 inh7 14 21 28 I9
Joseph Maurice vs. Widow Margaret
Schwager et al.
F OURTH DISTRICT COURT FOIL THE PAR
ish of Orleans, No. 45,1xr4 By virtue of a writ
of llerl faclas, direted to the Civil Sheriff
of the parish of Orleans. by the honorable
the Fourth District Court for the parish of
Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will pro
ceed to ,ell at public auction, at the Merchants
and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street. be
tween Canal and Customhouse streets in the
Stcntd District of this city. on WEDNESDAY.
February 26,1879, at 12 o'clock m.. the following
dlescrit.td property, to wit
ALL TiHE ttIGHT. TITLE AND INTEREST
of the defendant. Widow Margaret. Schwager,
(or Margaret Durrenbergert, in and to eleven
lots of ground, together with all the buildings.
etc., thereon, and situated in the new suburb
Marigny. Tnird Distric ,designated by number
one in square number twenty-eight, bounded
by Aubry. Rochtelavo. d'Abadie and Tonti
streets, and numbers eight. nine. ten. eleven
twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen antd
seventeen in sqaiare number twenty-seven.
bounded by Doigenois. Ittehebia e, d'Ahadie
and Aubry streets, as per plan drawn by J. A.
Pueyo. dated May 2, le4.. depositid in thf: of(,fe
of Jules Cuvillier, a notary public in this city.
aordtling to whith plan said eleven lots have
the following dimensions in English measure,
Lot number one, In square number twenty
eight, forty-eight feet four in-hes three lines
hfront on tRochblhave street, one hundretd and
twenty fotet ten irtn'he five lines front on Aubry
street by one hutndred and twenty-nino feet
nine inches three ilnes in depth, which lot is of
a triangular form.
Lots numbers eight, nine and ton, each
thirty feet front on Atubry street by one hun
d red and fifty- five feet in depth between parallel
Lot number eloven, also thirty feet front on
Aubry street tby one hundtred and fifty-five feet
in depth on the dividing line of lot number ten.
one hundred and fifty feet four inches and a
half line in depth on the other side line. which
divides it from lot number twelve, eighteen
feet two inches in a straight line parallel to
d'Absdle street, at which distance said line
witdens so as to measure twelve feet eight.
inches and a half line.
Lot number twelve, thirty feet front on Aubry
street by one hundred and lity feet four Inches
and a half line in depth on the line whlch
divides it from lot number eleven, one hundred
and thirty feet eight inches on the other side
line. which divides it f om lot number thirteen.
and thirty-two feet two inches four lines in
width in the rear.
Lot number thirteen, also thirty feet front on
Aubry street by one hundred and thirty-eiuht
f-et eight inches on the line which divides it
from lot number twelve, one hundred and thir
ty-six feet eleven inches three lines on the
other side line., which divides it from lot num
b'r fourteen, and thirty-two feet two inches
four lines in width In the rear.
Lot number fourteen, also thirty feet front on
Aubry street by one hundred and twenty-six
feet eleven inches three lines on the line which
divides it from number thirteen, one hundred
and fifteen feet two Inches five lines on the
thor side line, which divides it from lot num
ber fifteen, ad. thirty-two feet two inches four
lines in width in the rear.
Lot number fifteen, also thirty feet front on
Aubry street by one hundred and fifteen feet
two inches seven lines deep on the side which
divides it from lot number sixteen, and thirty
two feet two inches four lines in width in the
Lot number sixteen.thirty-six feet front on
.ubry street by one hundred and three feet five
itches seven lines d-ep,. elghty-nine feet live
inches two lines deep on the other side line,
which divides it from lot number seventeen,
and thirty-eight .eet seven inches six lines in
Lot number seventeen. forming the corner of
Atubry and Rochebtave streets, forty feet three
inches five-eilgth lines on Aubry street, eighty
nlHe feet five inches two lines deep on the line
which divides it from lot number sixteen, sixty
nine feet eight inches two lines in width in the
The whole as per said plan.
Seized in the atbove suit.
Terms-This being the second and last auc
tion. the said ptroperty will be definitely
vaudlcatued to the highest and last bidt
dir for what it will bring, at twelve
months' credit, the purchaser furnishing
bond, with good and solvent security, bear
ing five per cent interest per annum from
idate of sale, and special mortgage on the prop
erty sold until final paymnent. Said purchaser
will have to deduct from his bid and fay in cash
he amount of printing, sheriff's and clerk's
fees. etc.. samy about one hundred and fifty (110o)
tollars, and. furthermore. the State. parish and
nuniclpal taxes on said property, the amount
of which is not yet ascertained.
J. R. ALCEE G4UTHREAUX.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
Ice is 21 26
Sun Mutual Insurmance orempany vs. Rob
ertson T. Torian.
FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
T h of Orleans, No. 9600o--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 proceed
to sell at public auction at the Merchants and
Auctioneers' Exchange, ISoyal street, between
Canal and Customhouse streets, In the Second
District of this city. on TUESDAY. March 18,
1879. at 12 o'.lock m.. the following described
A CERTAIN LOT OR PORTION OF GROUND,
with all tie buildings and improvements
thereon rights. ways and appurtenances there
unto belonging, situated in the Fourth District
of this city, at'd forming part of equare num
ber saventy-six, which is bounded by Camp,.
Chestnut, Third and Fourth streets. according
to a iplan drawn by Buissorn. surveyor, on the
fifth day of March. 1M2. The said lot or por
tlion of ground hnving.in American metsure.one
hundred and ninety-six feet three inches and
four IInes tront on 'I hird street by one hundred
ant fifty-eight feet in depth and front on Chest.
nut street, of which it forms the corner, two
hllndred and fifty-four feet on a line parallel
with Camp anti Chesttnut streets, antl one hun
dred and thirty-six feet thr e n-hbos and four
lines in the rear, beginning at sixty feet from
the corner of Chestnut and Fourth streets and
fronting on the latter. aa per sketch made by
Harrison. surveyor, and annexed to ati at
,assed before S. Magner. late a notary public
In this city, on the thirteenth day of September,
lciz,.d in the above suit.
Tecris-Cash on the spot.
J. R. ALCEE (GAUTHREAUX,
Civil Sheriff of the P'arish of Orleans.
f.15 22 mil R 15 1x
DR. W. G. AUSTIN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE.
Corner of Jackson and Magazine streets.
(Upper City Hotel.)
Office hours. 7 to 9 a. m.. and 5 to 7 p. m.
NO. 124 Canal street,
Office hours, from 12 to 2 p. m.
Can be summoned by American District tele"
r-rann at a-n nonr iyas srt
C.ROLINA AND HONDURAS SEED BICE
for sale in lots to suit purchasers.
G. A. LANAUX.
fel I1st No. IT Conti street, New Orleans,
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW ORLEANS.
Paid up Capital ....... 500,000.
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL NTATKEENNT.
OFFICE SUN MUTUAL INRUBAINO COMPANY,
No. 52 Uamp street.
New Orleans January 1, 1879.
In conformity with the requirements of its
Charter the Company publishes the following
statement for the year ending December a1,
AMOUNT OF PREMIUMS FOR TIHE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31. 1878.
On fire risks....... $212.422
River risks .. .. 85,373 39
Marine riske ....... 49,841 90
.- $347.637 97
risks. 1877 ....... 104,741 00
risks, 1878... ..-. 94,739 00
Return premiums- 19.457 39 114.196 89
Not earned premiums ..............$338,182 58
Losses. etc., paid durlug same period
On fire risks ...... $54,709 23
lRver risks........ . :7317 ..5
Marine rtiks...... 15.230 5
Unadjusted and un
paid losses. ..... 39,323 00
- $146.680 77
Re-insuranoe ...... 35.046 25
Taxes ............ 6.547 94
Rent ......... ... 2.00)1 (0
Board of Under
writers .... ...... 6,593 20
Expenses........... 34.452 91
Reserve fund ....... 10,000 00
Dividend on oapital
stock ............. 49.568 29
Discount and Inter
est............ 24.284 30
Actual net profits ................ 71,s598 2
The Company has the following assets, estl
mated at their market values:
Stocks and bonds ..... ..............2577,074 2
Loans on mortgage .... ............. 13 18) 00
Loans on pledge ........................ 60.665 31
Bills receivable ........................ 85.ra 92
ital estate ..........................25 00)( 00
Premiums in course of colleotion..... 58.051 83
Cash on hand .......................... 171.4241 3
Total assets ........................8$591.519 81
The foregoing statement is a just, true and
correct transcript from the books of the Com
pany. JAMEN I. DAY, President
H. CARPENTER. BHeretary.
Sworn to and suhscrlbed before me this twen
ty-second day of January 1879.
A. INGRAIIAM. Notary Public.
The Board of Directors, at a meeting held on
the twenty-second day of January. 1879, after
setting aside Ten Thousand Dollars to the
reserve fund from the net earnings of the year,
and paying the 10 per cent dividend to the
stockholders, have resolved to pay A CASH
DIVIDEND OF TWENTY PER CENT on the
not earned participating premiums of the year
eoding December 31. 1878, said dividend payable
on and after Monday, the twenty-seventh day of
E. J. Hart. J. Weols Roott McGehee.
H. Renshaw. B. W. Taylor. D. Fa'jo.
B. Biscoe. J. C. Morris. T. L. Airey.
A. Baldwin. James I. Day, It. E. Oralg.
C. Macready. L. 0. Levy. Sam'l L. Boyd.
W. E. Seymour. Eoaory Ulapo. Jno. H. Groves,
Jno. G. Gaines. D. A. Chaffralx. J. A. Blanc.
Jesse 8. Flower. J. L. Harris. H. Newman.
- O TE -
UP TO DECU UBER 31, 188,.
ISOr ...ESTABLISHED IN...1805
Fire premiums .............258.437 39
Marine premiums ......... 69.697 74
River premiums ........... a.923 63
Total premiums....... 56,058 76
Premiums on risks not
terminated ............. $92.7S 43
Return premiums ......... 10.416 15
Relnsurances ........... 20,506 98- 123.598 66
Nt earned premiums.. "$32.460 20
Interest on Investments 86.242 08
Fire losses ................ $..0.54 19
Marine losses ........ . 26,.924 70
River losses ............... 6,700 88
Rebate in lieu of partlel
Dation .................... 41.464 78
General expenses, taxes,
board of underwriters
charitable donations and
cancellations .......... 6..806 31- 162,442 86
Net profit .................. $106,29 42
Dividend of June, 1878..... $25,000 00
Dividend of December. 1878 25 0oo 00
Surplus, reserved fund... 56.289 42
The Company has the following
Cash in bank...... ............. 1,682 42
Premiums in course of collection ..... 64,0s2 20
Premium notes ... ............... 19.462 45
Due by agents ........................ 1.843 23
Real estate. . ............... .... 143 236 42
First mortgage notes and pledge notes 170,877 0o
United States gold bonds, New Orleans
city railroads Jackson and Great
Northern raloadt first mortgage
bonds. Louisiana State -onsols.
bank, Insurance and waterworks
stocks.......... . .......... ......... 227.272 07
Total assets ......................$685,455 84
Capital stock...........................000 $oo
Retnsurancn reserve ..... ........... 92 675 43
Dividerds unclaimed.................... .520 99
Lo-s adjustwd. not claimed............ 2,000 00
I)lvldeud. semi-annual. December.1878 25 000 00
Surplus, reserve fund ................... 6,259 42
Total liabilites ..................... r,c'.. r 94
The above statement Is a true and correct
transcrlpt from the books of the company.
J. TUYES, President.
J. W. HI.cKs, ecretary,.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this fif
teenth day of January, 1879.
Third Justice of the Peace.
OFFICE OF THE NEW ORLEANS INSURANCE Co..
Corner Camp and Canal Streets.
New Orleans. January 13. 1879.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors held
on the eleventh day of January, 1879. it was re
solved to pay, on demand, the semi-annual in
terest dividend of FIVE PER CENT on the
capital stock to the stockholders or their legal
C. T. DUGAZON. H. GALLY.
OHS. LAFITTE. W. A. BELL.
CH8. E. BCHMIDT, ANT. CARRIERE.
CBS. J. LEEDB, JULES ALDIGE.
D. FATJO, PIERRE POUTZ.
A. SCHBEIBEB, JULES TUYES.
FACTORS AND TRAD
3 7............Caronselet street......
ASSETS APRIL 30, 1878, $1,2888,318 L
ED. A.IPALFREY. President,
JOHN CHAFFE. Vice President.
THOS. F. WALKER. Seeretar
John L Noble. B. F. Eschelman.
John Chaffe. W. C. Black,
Richard Milliken. Charles Chaffe.
J. I. Warren. L. . Jurey,
Samuel Friedlander. Wm. Hartwell.
A. A. Yates. C. J. Leeds.
R. M. Walmeeley. A. T. Janin.
A. H. May. Jos.ph Bowling.
T. Lyst. Lyon. A. M. Bickham.
Samuel H. Boyd. H-inry Abraham
Joseph McElroy. Louis Bush.
Wm. J. Behan. A. Brittla.
asl . W. Hlentll.
Mutual Insurance Company
OF NEW ORLEANS.
104.,... Canal Street».... . l.
TWENTY.FOURTH ANNUAL STATiEME,
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the Company publish the followi
Premiums received during the rear ending
May 81, 1875. Including unearned Drem3lu1
of the previous year
On Fire Bisks ............... Nagys.
On Marine Risks.............. e g ia
On River Risks.......-.-...- 3t4l I1
Total Premium•s...... . ..,
Less Unearned Premiums..... 11waI eo
Net Earned Premiums May r1.
1875. .... ........ OMI51.il
On Fire Risks......... . les,8 s9
On Marine Risks.......... 18.4+ es
On River Risks............ loe.2e 9o
Taxes and expenses, less
interest............... 86.817 s5
Beinsurances and Be
turned Premiums.... 18.818 67- S1a.7Ms
Profit-»...._...... ... ,, sag7sy t
The Company have the following auets:
Real Estate .......................- .2sAe0 a
Otty Bonds and Mortaeae Bonds... 6YJ10
Bank. Waterworks and other
Stocks............................ Ilnm i
Notes secured by mortgage....... seslom as
Notes secured by pledge.......... .8o10 ,
Bills reoeivable........... »... - . 81,11
Premium in course of collection.... s1.a47 L
Agricultural Fair Association...... .000 Ye
City Scrip ....-................. I7 .
Oash on hand..-......----..... . 11
Total... ... . 1,1R7.1M
The above statement is a Just, true and cor
rect transcript from the books of the Osnman
PAUL FOUBOBY, President.
6. W. Nowrr, Secretary.
STATE OF LOUISIAA. I
Parish of Orleans. City of New Orlea>m
Sworn to and subscribed before me the tenth
day of June. 187. JAMES FAHBE,
At a meeting of the Board of Direoters, held
on the tenth day of June. 1is8. it was rescv-d
to declare a cash dividend of twenty per cent on
the net earned participating premiums for the
year ending May 81. 178. payable on the tbred
Monday of July next.
Also, to pay to the Stockholders. on demand
interest at the rate of five per cent Doer amis
on their stook.
P. Maspero, Edward Toby.
John Geddes. D. Patio.
P. Fourchy. M. W. Smith.
J. J. Fernandez. D. A. Chafraix.
Jno. B. Lallande. Chas. Lafitte.
jul1 tf A. A. LIlonn.
-OF TH -
NMw OaszANU. May n. 1875.
The Trustees, in conformity with amended
charter, submit the following statement of af.
fairs of the company on the thirtieth ef AM.Sn
Fire premiums ...........$.180.751 16
Marine premiums......... 86,729 18
River premiums........... 8.1 5
Earned premiums, less reinsursnoe
and return premiums............ 22e.931 aI
Losses pald and estimated, say:
Fire losses........542.4 27
Marine losses..... 12,199 00
Biver losses....... 5o.6s8 N
discount in lieu
etc ...... .... .. 659.291 28
Less rents, salvage
savings. etc...... 2129 0so
-- 87,661 -- 813,950 AI
Gross profts ......................... )4.010 £
The company have the following assets:
Bills receivable ...... . $39,98 8.7
Loans on bond and mort
gage .......... .......... 44,707 30
Loans on call .............. $70j16 as
Cash.................... ...... .126
City bonds ..... .................. 88.117 71
Bank and other stocks.............. . a9.1W
Real estate................................. 112.176 Si
Premiums in course of collection and
suspense account .................. 83. 71
The above statement Is a true and corree
transcript from the books of the Company.
THO(. A. ADAMS. President.
Hiwa1 V. oDEsN. SBretary,.
Sworn to and nubt. ribed before me this
twenty-second day of May. 1878.
The Board of Trustees this day resolved thb
after paying the annual div:dend of TEN PF
CENT on Cavital Stork of Company, that a
dividend of TWENTY PEB CENT in ceah he
aid on Monday. June 10, to those parties 6
itled to receive the same.
Thos. A. Adams. Jno. . King.,
Sam'l B. Newman. Fred'k OamerdeM
Sam'l H. Kennedy. Joseph W. Stone.
John Phelps, Geor e Martln,
Adam Thomson. Altred Moultol.
Henry Abraham, L. C. Jlurey.
Victor Meyer. Edward a.
Joseph Bowling. Oeo. W. entsie.
Edw'd J. Ga, Paul E. Mortimer.
Simon Hernshelm John V. Moore,
Simon Forcheimer. W. B. Oongr,
Jom B. Wolfe Henryer. P
my7$ Jno. . Parkter