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susaUeb s o.tIO. S ..... .... ....... 80 1 780 m! OT AIRTOET's OFFIriOn. ..yatt, salooery............ $2 00 x' UnBLc PRINTING. Qlea.le Demoorst, advertisleng a, ordinances, sealed 60 7 n a, ete .................. 160 70 Bee, advertisieag tax lytates, advertising tax 41 00 ý Stevens, printing 2 lk I e rl. 12 00 sir rleana Times, advertising tax nototesi eto........... 720 Total ............... ........... $379 75 VARIOUS. IUbttng. Job Printing Ofloe, alting jury lists, etc.......... $128 06 k Braeden, Jr.. eervices ren tin oees of State vs. David rlqihartand Milton Benner.... ') 00 'amothe, feeding Jurors..... 832 50 .Oarter, salary as p )rter and olaing o closets of Second Ju L Distrit Court ............ 25 00 W yat, briefs, etc........... a 00 , s el, briefs....... .. 400 D II & Co., agents, rent of D&Vidaon's Court, as per con i o ........t. .........s... .. ...... 8oo oo Total............................ $6,720 84 : *46dted by the (ouncll of the city of New Sleads, Apri1198 1880. 'Ya a- Behan, dollius, Glynn, Marks, Meal I. W.PATTON, Mayor. A true coy:, tant N. S. ARRAy. Asstetant Secretary. MATOBRALTY OF Naw ORLEANS. City Hall. April 14. 18o.0. INo. 6427-Administration Series.] N ORDINANCE providing for the pay lenat of the several accounts therein named. Se it ordained. That the following appro mtions be and are hereby made for the of March, 1880, and that the Admin 1 tl6ftor of Public Accounts warrant on the A ilostrator of Finance in payment of the yi.e Whenever there shall be money in the atresury to the credit of the appropriate nto each account and not otherwise aD oaprlted: A T OF WATERWORKS AND PUBLIO BDUILDINGS. 1i"rb Asgluma- ' . I erkel, go2ries ..............$241 68 eo aOyem, meat .................. 232 50 . Laferranderle, bread............ 109 40 " i llvan A Bulger, gas fixtures, etc... 9270 SBe e, iron work .... ........49 80 i u, Mary A. Bruner, vegetables..... 81 00 561)th Heebe, bred .............. 21 60 SJ. Mattingly, drugs ............21 50 .; G. 0ark oil and lime......... 25 00 ..h0ll S.oap ....... ........... 12 00 JohnGauche, crockery........... 3 65 ~.. . . ............... ............... $90 83 A" b~y~ the Council of the olty of New . 18, 1880. -r, , ri ollns, oGlynn, Marks, B I. W. PATTON, Mayor. A true Oopy: ' N. 8. AbRBnA , Assistant Secretary. MAYOIuAitY or Now OtLEANs,. Olty Hall, April 14. 1880. [No. t642-Administration Series.] AN ORDINANCE providing for the payment of the several accoutlts therein named. it ordained, That the following appro be and are hereby made for the 1880, and that the Administrator Publio Accounts warrant on the Ad tor of Finance in payment of the whenever there shall be money in the ý te ury to the credit of the appropriate account and not otherwise ap >PAXT1M T OF IMPROVEMENTS. , Repairs sager, Etlermoann & Co., on account 'o repairing levees in the Third Die triot.................................. u 85 00 Adopted by the Councilof the city of New -lrleans, April 18, 1880. eu-Behan, olline, Glynn, Marks, I. W. PATTON, Mayor. 4L - , 'oopy: N. B. AIRAMx, Assistant Secretary. MAYORALTY Or Naw OntLANs. Otty Hail. ApDril 14.1880. (No. 6~O-Administration Series.] Be it ordained 6y the Council of the City of New Orleans, That the latter part of the see 4nd section of ordinance No. 6406, Administra -tic Beries, be so amended as to read, instead of "the price of heating shall not exceed $2 per 1000 cubic feet, the density or heating wer being over 55 percent from that of coal '- t.he price for heating shall not exceed per 1000 cubic feet, the density being about 0o per cent in excess of and the heating power nearly double that of coal gas." Adopted by the Council of the city of New .Orleans, April 18, 1880. S eas.--Behan, COolhnes, Glynn, Marks, Meal Ale. I. W. PATTON, Mayor. A. true copy: A. N. S. ABRAMe , Assistant Secretary. MAYORALTY OF Nw ORLEANS. City Hail. April 14, 1880. [No. 6430--Adminsletration Series.] R.solved That the Administrator of Water orks and Public Buildings is hereby author teS to advertise during ten days, in the ofli 1-1 journal of. the city, for sealed proposals, .rthe building of an addition to the jail Sof the Seventh Police Precinct, Sixth .i.tr. to be used as a police station for Adoepted by the Councll of the city of New :rlCreens, Aprl 18. 1880. Yeas-Bean, Collins, Glynn, Marks, Meal : L W. PATTON, Mayor. N. S. ABRAMS, Assistant Secretary. `+ M&YTORALTY o NEW OLEANs, I ltty Hall. April 14, 1880. I [No. 6481- ~ lnistration Series.] ORDINANOB providing for the pay ment of certain interest. Be It ordained, That the following amount .a interest was due July 1, 1875, to parties jant1 on bonds surrendered for fuading and '-a which there were no coupons. Said 'n t to be paid out of the interest fund, em eollected, appertaining to the respec 's series, In conformity with ordinances g.s8190 and 8282, Administration Series. & Jardet.......................... $17 35 Adopted by the Council of the city of New Asa pm 18, 1880. Behan, Collins, Glynn, Marks, .Atrueo : I. W. PATTON, Mayor. N. . nE, Assiseletant Secretary. KMAYORALTY oF NEw ORLEAN,. City Hall. Apsil t. 1860. [No. 6432-Administration Series.] NR ORDINANCE providing for the payment Sof the several accounts therein named. Be It ordained, That the following appro :.gtlo be and are hereby made for the month of March, 1880, and that the Admin strator of Publio Aocounts warrant on the Amallrator of Finance in payment of the :lsae whenever there shall be money In the liy treasur to the credit of the appropriate :_ ford ech aoount and not otherwise ap UNsYtv OR's OFIcR. tPspal roll o employe oun levees.......$480 ,doptdby the Oouonll of the city of New aApritl I 1880. oll Glns, ynn, Marks, Meal I. W. PATTON, Mayor, . 8t . seop , y:e r Wherease, theanitedR(ats Cost and Oe odetlo Survey has lately ereoted nla Lafaett Square a marble monument and stone .loI. four the purpose of establllhitg a meridlan line and geographloal point of longitude and latitude, at a considerable expense, and as such a point and line irll be of great scien tilfo interest and practical value to this city and State as a point of reference In making future surveys of lands in the city and its vicinity, and of still more importance as a standard meridian, from which other meri dians in this and adjolning States may here after be determined; therefore, be it Resolved, That the marble monument and granite block In Lafayette Square, lately erected by the United States Coast and Geo detic Survey, be and is hereby recoanised as being under the special care and protection of this city, and all persons are forbidden to de face or Injure the same in any manner, under the penalty of the law protecting buildings, as the chief of police is charged with the protectlon of said monument and stone block, and that they shall not, under any circum stances, be used for other than sclentilic pur poses. Adopted by the Council of the city of New Orleans, April 13, 1880. Yeas - Behan, Colline, Giynn, Marks, Meallie. I. W. PATTON, Mayor. A true copy: N. 8. ADRA .s. AssistantSecretary. MAYORALTY OF N.. ORLEANS, ulty Hall. April 14, 1880. (Administration Series-No. 6434.] AN ORDINANCE appointing a committee to prpare ordinauncs, etc., to carry into effect the several cots of the L gislature of 1880 relating to city affairs. Be It ordained by the Council of the city of New Orleans, That the Mayor be and is here by authorlzed and directed to appoint three members of the Council, who, with himself, the city attorney and assistant city attorney, shall constitute a c immittee to prepare such ordinances, resolutbin', Instructions, etc., as may be needed for the purpose of carrying into effect the provlsione of the several ants of the Legislature of 1880 relative to the city and its affairs; and the said committee are hereby requesred to report to the Council as soon as practicable. Adopted by the Council of the city of New Orleans, April 18 1880. Yeas-Behan, olllns, Glynn, Marks, Meal lie. I. W. PATTON, Mayor. A true copy: N. 8. ABRAMS, Assistant 8Peretary. LAILLROADi. Onrios New Osmaise, sPANIon FiOrT AND Las.e Hailroai CO)mpany. ON AND AFTER MAIt H 1, 1ac5, TRAINS will leave the Depot. corner of Canal and Basin streets, at 6:80, 9 11, 12, 1, 2, 8. 4 and o'clock, and the rate will be as follows: Bound trip to the Lake and return.... S ocents Bound trip. children between 5 and 12 years................................. cents Bound trip to City Park and return... 1o cents Family tickets 25 round trips.......... $3 56 Family half-tickets. 2 round tripse, children to 19 years ............... $ 3 Children under 5 years ............... Free Liberal arrangements will be made with pio nic parties and schools. Arrangements can oe made for special trains. to be run during or after regular hours. T. S. WILLiAII. mho.m General M nager. NEW OBL08 pODMOOT AILBOAD THE SHOBTEST Cl TO EASTERN ONLY LINE WITH DOUBLE DAILY PAS. BEZGIEB TRAINB. On and after Bunlay, Anril 4, 19o0. traln wll a rive mandleave depotfoott o . Canal stret as AfollowN No. 1 Express No. I Express. daily.......... :ooa.m. dayly.......-s:eo a. o. Express No. 4 Express daly -......:oop.m. dal....... 10:oo Dp.m No.S Onst An- ANo. e(oast Ac. oimodatl'n commodatl'n da except dally except Buda......:o .m, I Sundae .....o:o sa. Ti ken may be btained ad ieesLn a t sered in advaue on applieatfon at the oe oroer Oam and Common stre.ts, opo . asorsotss upz' dlte City 51J P&I GBEAT A0KBON BOUTE, UUICAAO. uT. LOUIS AND NEW @O. LIANS RAILROAD. Trains will leave and arrive at the Callepe d Depot. on and after January 17. 1880, as ollows Leave. Arrive. 1. 1. :so D. m. Ilp. o. : s:0 a. m o.. 5. 7:15 a. m. ixed No. 4. I.o o . 1oe.1 and a run dally. Nos. 8 and 4 daily, ez , nt Sunday. :aturday Aooommodation for McOomb Oift leaves at 4 oo0 . m. Sunday Excursion for McComb Cly leaves at 7:15 a. m. Beturning.arrives at 9:30 a. m. HgROUGH TO LtOUISYILLE (, CINNATI fND OCICAGO W[T OU.l OHANGIE. and for ST. LOUIS a Bleeper is at tached at Mtlan nab1ldt DassengerfS to ga through Withodn !eavlnugthe train. Only ONE CHANGE TO NEW YOR and ASTERN CITI ANGE T Improved Bleeping and leolinitru Ohair cars to Vicksburg daily. without change. Tickets for sale berth secured and informa. 'ion given at No, Campv street. oorner of Common, ~B D . BSHELDON, Tloket Agent. 1.OHANDLK. General Pasenger Agent. tlParner'o >ib ýtes are aBoLnlmxedlate stimulus for a Thrpld LAvec and cre Cn., tlvernes. Dspepela, lnors.uess, BeII loan Dirrmrha, Mrlaerli, Fever and Agau, and are useful at times In nearly all diseases to cause a free and regular action of the Bowels. The best antidote for all Maml. rlal Poison. Price, ~c cents a Box. Wmrner's lsa NerrieH e quickly gives IReLt and leep to the suffering, cures Heard ache and Neuragla, Prevents Eplleptle it and Is the best remedy for Nervpous Pre trOinto brought on by excessive drinking, over-work mental shocks, and other causes. It releves the pains of all diseases and is nev Ser injurious to the sys tem. The best of all Nerviaes. Bottles of two sizes; prices, e ets. and I1. A A OF WARNER'S Safe Remedies are sold by N ON rlst & I Delers II Medielae everywhere. H. H. Warner Co. Proprietore, ROCHESTER, N. Y. 57Sesd for pamphlet aed testimoials. oold wholepoale in New Orleans by I. L LY ON and It. FINLAY & C00. (f TuThRa THE LOAN OFFICE, OTTO SCuwANER, 17........... larnne street...........- 7 Between Canal iad Common. Opposlte Orunewald hull. ATv nces made on PIANOS, for which ct,.i.:tl ..commodations are made. jaUll MALA OFF BI.TTELM BEOEIVED THE ONLY MEDAL -AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION 1878. NO TONIO LIKE IT. ALPU. WAL5, Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer. mhltt o 2CONTI STRE.ET. wrTcEAM ATkI) M1EaC11xxJNx BAKERY, 74, 76 and 78 New Levee street, New Orleans, The undersigned beg leave to call your attention to the following list of CRACKERS manufactured by new and improved machinery, and solicit your orders: NAVY BREAD, SODA CRACKERS, XX, XXX, XXXX, PILOT BRIAD, i .RMS CRACHKEB, XX, XXX, COFPPlEIOUSE DEEAD, I OSTON CRACKERS, CRACKER REAL. BOSTON B rUTTER CRACKERS IeNGRE BREAD, XX, XXX, PICNIC CRACIKERS, IGI.ne NUTS, XX., XX, WATER CRACKERS, SPICE NUTS, OISTER CRACKERS, CRBSCENT BISCUIT, MILK CRACKERS MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO. FANCY CRACKERS. PEARL OYSTER CRACKERS, GINGER OBREAM RACKERS, CBAhKNELS. GINGER SNAPS, LEMON SNAPS. SUGAR CAKES. L~CMON JUMBLES, ORESCENT BISCUIT. BANL SUGAR ORACKERS, NIOK-KNACK ORACKERS, SUGAB ORACKERS. MA.CABONI SNAPS, GINGER JUMBLES, ORANGE JUMBLES. LEMON CRACKERS. EXTRA FANCY CRACKERS. ASSORTED CAKES AND JUMBLES. ARROW ROOT CRACKERS. PEARL BISCUIT. DRY SUGAR CAKE. TEA BISCUIT. A B 0 BISCUIT. LEMON OBEAM BISOUIT, STRAWBERBI BISCUIT, ICED SUGAR OAKE. When desired, these goods will be packed in Tin Cases, for foreign shipment, eof i, 10, 16, 20 and 25 pound packages. Having a capacity of manufacturing 800 barrels of Flour per day, we are prepared to receive and fill large orders with promptness. ... ,,m nTw MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO. ......mm ...nm i i in .... A CARD TO THlE PUBLIC. Persons who desire to embelish their residences would do well to call at L. UTER'S ART EMPORIUM, 38.............---------......... ROYAL STREET----...------...------..........388 And inspect his magnificent stock before purchasing elsewhere. and we are sure it will be to their advantage by so doing, as his prices are made to suit the times, and he guarantees fu satisfaction to the purchaser of any of the following articles, such as Fine Ornamented Gilt or Walnut and Gilt French Mantel and Pier Mirrors, Win. dow nhades, Cornices, Curtain Holders, Engravings, Chromos, Portrait and Picture Frames of every description; also, Artists' Materials, Picture Mouldings, Backing, Picture Cords and Tassels. mb21 ly LAMBERT'S Permanent I'ICT'URES. Triumph in Photography! - AT - WASHBURN'S. All kinds of ~lotures are oroduced with GREAT BEAUTY and PEBFEOTION. The Lambert Everlasting Pictures are a P.ecialty, nd for DURABILITY ond EXQUISITE FINISH Cannot Be Ex celled. Our prices are MODERATE. and we f TTl'.*R&' W P ATT4PA(TFOrN. nnl 1840.................. ESTABLISHED ................1840, HUBBARD'S FURNITURE PALACE, THE CHEAPEST, THE NEATEST, THE LARGEST AND THE OLDEST ESTABLISHIENT IN TOWN With the Largest Assortment of Fine Bedroom Suits, in Rosewood, Mahogany, W nut and Oak, of the Latest Patterns and the Lowest Prices. Parlor Suits in Ebony and Gold, Mahogany, Walnut and Gold in Coteline Raw 811ks, Reps, Satin de Laine, Hair and Mohair Coverings, in Large Va riety at Equally Low Figures. Also, Library, Hall and Dining. Room Furniture in the Most Modern Styles, Exceedingly Cheap. French Dressers, Mirror Wardrobes, MANTLE AND FANCY AND PIER MIRRORS, FOLDING CHIAlS, BEDSTEADS, SECRETARIES, OCENTRE AND CARD SOFAS. LOUNGEB T A B L E $, - WAS]STANDS, SIDEBOARDS, T RATTAN AND Chinand Silver Cases, CA.BPET ROCKERS, HALL STANDS, Spring Mattressesw Fe.thers and Spring Pillows anm CURLED HAIR, BOLSTERS PARLOR DESKS, Ladies' Seortaries, IN NUMBERES AND IPRICES TO SUIT ALL. Also a heavyr stock of Medium and Ordinary Furniture ftr City and Oountry Ue. at Wbol.sale and Retail. sae for cash. All in nped of Furniture will do Well to examine oar stook and prloe JOs. B. HIIUBBAtD, No. 122 South Rampart, Cor. Perdido, and Nos. 84, 86, 88, go and 92 Perdido Street son AseO oI Te OE1W11 l..J. s. By K. A Ssal a y. BALE WITROUt RESERVE, 49U OASES BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS. I50 CABISEg WARK, PHILADELPHIA AND OINOINNATI FINE SHOES. BY H. & N. MIJIORY-WILL BE SOLD ON ThDbnDAY,. Aurlls at 10'oloc.a.m.,at their salesrooms Nos. 45 and 47 Decatur street (near the Poattffice) 450 OAbES BOOTS, SHOES and BROGANS. R'oeived direct from Eastern factories and well adapted to the city and country trade. 15e OASES NEWARK, PHILADELPHIA AND OINCINATI FINE SHOES. Of the beat make. suitable for the best retall trade. Terms at sale. avis By Montgomury d Co. BROOMS I BROOMS I For account of whom it may concern. W E SHALL BELL ON THURSDAY, APRIL 15, at 11 a m., at No 87 Oamp street ,o dozen CORN BROOMS. 2o gross TEA and TABLE-SPOONS, and other goodes. n addition to our usual furniture sale. a.o4 2t MONTGO MIERY & CO. Auctioneers. Will sell Horses, Mules, os. Carriagee art Harness at anaction, at MONTGOMEBY'S TATTERdALIS. We. S0 Brean* strees, every WEDNESDAY and BATURDA at 1ii Oonsinmets of stock oliclted, san1 -JUDIGIW L ADVERTISEMENTS. AUCTION 8ALES. By H. & N. lamory. JUDICIAL SALE. IN THE MATTER OF JOSEPH RIEHL, SUB VIVING PAiTNER OF JULES DESCA. VS. DANIEL A. WILSON. PUBLIC AD M1lMBTIITATOR. No. 9904 of the Docket of the Fifth District Court for the Parish of Orleans. BALE OF OPEN ACCOUNTS DUE SAID ESTATE. BY H. & N. SAMORY, Auctioneers-ON B WEDNrSDAY, April B.1880, will he sold at public auction, at 12 o'clock m.. at the Merchan, a and Auctioneers' Exchange, RByal street, be tween C.nal and Customhouse streets, in the SBeond District of this city, by virtue of an or der , f the honorable Fifth vlsrciet COurt for the Parish of Orlanes. under date March 24. 1880, and for aconunt of .aid state- A LOT OF ACCOUNTS AND CREDITS now due and owing to the said et tate and late com mercial firm of Jules Desca, amounting to about 30ooo. more or less, as per der.ilied state ment. which can be examined at the auction eer's office, and which will be exhibited on the day of sale Terms-da.h on the spont. as it 27 28 By the Sherif of the Parish of Orleans BALE BY THE CIVIL, SHERIFF OF THE PARISH OF ORLEANS. TO EFFECT A PARTITION. GEORGE BRANDT VS. MRS. MARGARET BROSNALIAN. WIDOW OF EDMUND SHEEHAN. Second Judiolal Distriot Court for the 81xth and Seventh Muniiolpal Districts of the Par ish of Orleans. No. 2105. BY VIBTUE OF A JUDGMENT BENDERED Marchab 22, 1880, and siened April 1. 1880o, and also by virtue of an order of court of date of April 9. 1880, all to me directed by the hon orable the Second Judicial District Court for the Sixth and ieventh Municipal Districts of the 3arish of Orleans, in the above entitled mat. ter. will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal street, between OCnal and Customhouse streets. In the Second Distriot of this city, on MONDAY. MT 17. 1880, at 12 o'clok. inm.. thefol loWinI deerlbed Vroiterty. to wit FIVY J4TB OFGROUBb. with all the build l ae and imoprovements theron, situated in the Faubouru Boulgtny, late parish of Jefferson, now the Blxh District of this city. desglanated by the numbers sixteen. seventeen.eighteen, nine teen and twenty, of square number forty-seven (47), which is bounded by Plaquemine, Perrier. Jena and Oadlz streets; said lots adjoin each other and measure each thirty feet front on Perrier street by one hundred feet in depth. between parallel linee: lot anmber twenty forming the corner of Perrier and Jena streets. Terms-Cash on the Pot. J. R. ALOAE GAUTHREAUX. Clvil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. ap.D 22 29 m.1 18 17 USOCE]UJION NOTIElB. Sueeessioa of Jacques Pastlenue. EOCOND DISTRICT COURT FOB THR PAR Ssh of Orleans, No. 41.912-Whereas, Made leine Boudain has petitioned the court for letters of administration on the estate of the late Jacunes Pustienne, deceased. Notice Is here. by given to all whom it may concern to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. By order of the court. asir, 20 24* JOHN HERBERT. Clerk. LEBAL NOTICEe. William FP. Novel s. His Creditors. FIFTH DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE PARB ish of Orleans. No. 10.364-Notice is hereby given to the creditors of this estate and to all other persons herein interested to show cause within ten days from the present notification. it any they have or can wby the rovislonal ac count presented by John W. Anderson. syndic of this estate, should not be aport.ved and ho molgated. and the funds distributed In accord ance therewith. By order of the Court. JOHN J. HANNAN. aD10 16 19* Deputy Clerk. CANCELLATION OF BOND. STATS or LOUISIANA. Executive Department. WHEBEAS. IEDERICK FISCBOBHEB AND JOHN S HOMAKHaRBof the city of New Orleans. have applied to me for the cancellation of a bond. drawn and signed by FRED GEISS, as principal, for the sum of five thousand dol lars, with the said Frederick Fischer and John Schomaker as sureties, each for the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, dated the sec ond day of Deoen. bar. 1718. and conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of said Fred Geiss as Oonstable for the Seventh Justice Court for the parish of Orleans. Now, therefore, I LOUIS ALFRED WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana, have thought prover to issue this my proclamation, with the view of giving public notice to all per sons therein Interested to show cause in writ ing. at the office of Secretary of State. in the city of New Orleans, within ninety days after the last publication hereof, why said bond and the morteage resulting therefrom should not be canceled and annulled, and the sureties above named discharged from any further ila blities in the premises. Witness my signature and the seal of the State of Louisiana. at the city of New Orleans, this twentieth day of March. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty. and the one bhundred and fourth year of the in dependence of the United 8tates of Amerias. LOUIS A. WILTZ. By the Governor: OscAR Aunoxo. Assistant Seeretary of State. mh2l so OFF I0 E W. S. CAMPBELL, Agent, 29 Carondelet st., New Orleans AT WHOLESALE iAND RETAIML Steamboats, Cteamships, And Fammililcs A3pplied Bu alway on band a full stooSk off erman panel Weei di OW elebrated Plm'h uo Oal Jeba I. eserry Vs. P. C n. Ameioe ems aln. 1iJIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THI PA. Sishb of Orleans. No. lo,5-Byr virtue of a writ of der f lasm to me diree'ed by the hor orable the Fifth District Oourt for the vparsh of Orleans. in the above entitled cause. T will pro oeed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Augtloneers' Exchange. Royal street. be tween Canal and Customhouse streets,inthe Second District of this city. on MONDAY, ]>t 8. 1880. at 12 o'clock m., the following desorinet property to wit,- A OETAIN LOT OF GROUND. together with all the buildings and imoroves ents there oo, and all rights, ways. privileges ant apiOt tenanoes therepnto belonging or in anywise appertaining, ituated in the First Distr at of this cty, in the square bounded by Poydrim Perdido. Johnson and Galves streets, desel nated as lot number twenty-two. of P number nine, on a plan drawn by L. Brinir surveyor, on April 20. 1839. and deposit. reference In the office of D. L. MoOay. fatle notary in this city, which said lot meesarel twenty-nlne feet three inches and one line front on Johnson street by a depth, between parallellines of one hundred and thlrty-tWo feet three inches and five lines. Enslish mamsa ure, being the same property arc uird by eit 0. Antoine, one of the defendanet by ourchase from the succession of Robert Gumble, by an act paesed before James Graham. late a notary in this city, on the twen'y-ninth of Match, 16oe. SetzAd in the above suit Terms-Cesh on the spot. J. B. ALOES GAUTHREAUX. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans, aR0 815 9 229 my, Madellne Evans vs. Heirs ot Charles Ihi. ment. 1tIFTH DISTRICT EUURT FOR THE PAB. ish of Orleans. No. ls10 58-y virtue of writ of seizure and sale' to me dir by the honorable the Fifth District urt for the parish of Orleans. in the above en titled cause, I will proceed to sell at public 88le. tion, at the Merchants and Autlioneer' change, Royal street, between Canal and aM to.house streets in the Second District of thi city, on MONDA&. May 8, 1880, at 12 o'clock mn, the following rtescrihbd DrOper ty, c wit THE ONE UNDIVIDED HAILF OF A LOT OF GROUND, with the buildinge end improve ments thereon, situated in the First District of this city, in the soqure bounde I by St. Charles, Oanal, Common and O.trondelet streets. me,-" urine, in French measure, thirty feet sight Inches front on St. Charles street, between Canal and Common streets, thirty-one feet i width in therear, running back to a brick wall the uine of depth towards Oanal streer, measur ing one bun.dred and fifty-three feet three inches. and line of depth towards Commoa street measurlog one hundred and fifty-sit feet five Inches. Which said lot is made upno of the whole of lot Number twenty. two and a portion of the rear of lot number ten, on a plan an nezed to an act of compromise between Samuel H. Harper, the corporation of this city. an others. passed before M, de Armas, late & no tary in this city, on the seventh of April. ita. Being the same property which the late Dr. Chas. CO ement had acouire from H 8. CaOrter according to an ant passed before H. Madden. notary, on the twenty-third of July. last. Seized in the above suit. Terme--Cash on the 400t. J. R ALOEE GAUTHBEAUX. Civil icheriff of the Parish of Orleans. al1 A 15 22 29 mI8 Jean Claverle vs. Vietor Clavetle. FlFITH DISTRICT COURT FOB TH. PAB SWh of Orleans, No. 1o.548-By virtue of - writ of fler faesas, to me directed by the hon orable the Flhth Dietrict Court for the p ah of Orleans. In the above entitled cause, I will p ceed to sell'At titbli atectlon, at the ýer and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal streert, tween Canal and Customhouse StreetshL Second District of this city, on MONDAY, 8, 1880. at 12 o'" look em.. the following 1. A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUD, to with all the buildings and improvements on. rights, ways and privileges thereuto longing and in anywise appertaining. situ liung and being in the Second Disert of city, in the square bounded by Chartrs and Blenvllae streets and St -Lo0s xchan.e Alley, designated by the n umber Eo f hee~et number thirty.-seven on a planby Oram A PCecqet; the said lot of ground mt - twenty feet ten inches front on said t. Exchange Adey. twenty feet eleven inh . one line in width in the rear.r a thirty-nine feet two nhesa. 2. A LOT OF GOBOUND In the sane ditrf together with all the buildings and ipr ments thereon. In the square bounded blO-r leans, Bourbon, Dauphine and St. Peter streets measuring thirty feet front on Orleans ste by seventy-one feet In depth, between padll lines. Bel.g the same aeq.reb the same Victor rlaveie by purohase from tJ. Overe, as Deract the office of Amedee DU . notary public, dated tenth day of April. Is1, a. a LOT OF OUND. together ithhe builldings and Improvements theron. ril wayse.privlegee ereudto beongin or i anywise appertainng, in the SecondDit ot this city. in the square bounded by Bourbon. D uphine and St. Peter streets. mps. uring thirty feet front on Orleans sree b r depth of seventy-one feet between sdarfus parallel lines. Being the same acqnirdby i said defendant by purchase fror a ip- . as per art in the ofmi of Am ee et . notary publicated tenth day of April 111. Seized In thhbove suit. Terms-Cash on the po. J. R. LOEIGB. GAUTHBEOiU Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. ap 815 22 201 m)8 The People's Bank of Bew Orlemas vs. Thomas Quilter. 1'IFTH DISTBRIT COUI r FOR THE PR la ish of Orleans. No. 10..12.--By virttae writ of seizure and sale, to me directed by ti honorable the Fifth District Court for the pe ifh of Of leans, in the above entitled o-e I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Roy street. between Canal and Customhouse ftreot. In the Second District, of this city on MODA May 8I. 1880. at 12 o'clockl m., the following do. scribed property to wit 1 TWO EBRTAIN LOTS OF GBOUND, to gether with the buildings and inmprovemet thereon, situated in the Fanoourg Marin in the Third Distriot of this city, dealnntdb the numbers twenty-two and twenty-tree on a plan made by J. Pille on the elhhof Jue 18at, and abnexed to an aset passed efoge Pedesolaux, late a notary public in this ltl. Oi the twenty-seventh of March 15, which sai lots are of the following dimensions, to wit: Lot number twenty-two measures twEt feet front on Marigny street by oneh and lflty.six feet one inch in depth ; lot n twenty-three measures twenty.-ve feetf& inches and two lines front on MarignSt by one hundred and fifty-six feet one i e deoth. al American measure. opurhased by t defendant from Franools Laaeroix, by act p on the twenty-fith of June. 1867, befrerW. Oastell. notary public. Befied In the above suit. Terme-Onst on the spot J. . ALO~sE GAUTHR3AUZ. OIvil BSheriff of the Parish of Orleans. aps18 15 22 29 my8 Arthtur Denis vs. Mr. ee JmeplNe lay, wife of Cord Belld deheadhr Ahis . i "I.XFTE DISB1IOT COURT FCOR TU PAR ish of Orleans, No. 10l598-By rto writ of seizure and suie. to me directed by honorable the PFlfth District Court forthe bsh of Orleans, in the above entitledas wll proceed to sell at public auotion. Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange,.Oa strhet, between Oanal and Cusnetomhbnose-tes.: in the Seeond District of this oity. on OnEDd May 1o 1880, at 12 o'clock m., the following d. scribed ro erty, to wit: 1. A C B' AIN LOT OF GROUND. w the buildinas and improvements thereon a - purtenances thereof. situated in the hd l trict of this city in the quare bonded ' Royal. Elysilan PFields. Martgny and DopIj streets. measuring thirty-two feet inchee front on Royal street by one hun and twenty-seven feet ten Inehes and flvelaes in depth, between parallel ines. 2. ANOTHER LOO OF GROUbD adoining. the above. with the bulldings a iprovnd ments thereon and apovrtenances thereof, measuring twenty feet six Inches front on Roy - alstreet by one hundred and twenty-seven feet ten lnches and five lines in depth, betweeap parallel lines. Being the same properties acquired bY Mm Joesphine Seller, defennant., frm mule Rou ny as per aset ~e*ased before Euseben Bony, on February 19. 1859. Seized in the aoove suit Term--Sash on tb@,Dtrt. J. R. ALOBB GAUTHBRUTX, Civil bherfff of the Parish of Oriens. ap8 15 22 2 9 my6 10 C.4NTABLE ALE..H Charles T'eutlily and Jases EaIlslee vs. Walter L. Toomer. TECOND JUSTICE COURT FO0R THU PAN lJ ish of Orleans, N. IIa8-By vlreof a writ of fleri fatea, to ni directed by the Eon. Rogers, Becond Justf of thePeace in and fr the oarish of Orleans in the above stated sl I will rnroeed to sell at publio aoetion, in fr of my office, corner ,f St. Charlres street - Oommerclal Alley. on THUIRRDAY. theft day fApril, 1880. at 1e o'alok m.- NL Cor0UNTER. SHOW oABs AND OR1 SBeir in the above stated soft. TermiCasb on the spot.