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COURT DJIIONS&
fVs7. dmmD vs m c os ND
hr, -A appllee cannot obtain the
of the appeal on motion sugert
Ssms of ta Lppellante, whose am5la
- meawld in support of the motion, had
an appeal to be taken in their
the aames of some of the parties
a suit have, without their authori_-
oa ied in a petition for an appeal
t do nt desre to prosecute, they
dismise the a peal ap to
ad time to have them cited as
will then be granted to the other
mi.S-DELPBR.T DOLIONUDR, OUUATRII,
vs. . P. LEMOINE UT ALs.
D.g lani , J.--Absenoe cannot of Itself be
as an inoapacity to receive by do
mortLa cauea, and unless the death of
absentee to whom such a bequest has been
iM I.tahished as having ooocurred prior
that of the testator, the executors of the
hteuliMe no right to transmit to the pre
pe heirs ofthe absentee his share of
session.
of an abstatee who has been ap
0 his eurmtrix Is authorisld to aso
his name and stead, a legsop made to
tad to sue, for the recovery thereof, the
lIU tive heirs of the absentee who have
put in possession of the legacy.
. 7779--a. J. oAT Vs. M . . . . . UTON ET
SyO Deleanc, J,--When by agreement be
et*W5 two seizing creditors trie property
hIssld and tle proceeds held by one of
euditors, subject to the judgment to be
01 to their respective rights there
i s.ditiltor. Who thus becomes the de
u the other being deereed the
.oihi funds, cannot apply them, by
of moumpensation. to the payment of a
due him by the depositor.
.Oi .7 M I THE MATrR OF MOnOAN'S RAIL
OAD AND STRAMSHIP C(OMPANY PRIAYIN(I
By sner, J.-The right of expropriation
a legal one, ite exercise does not give
-si anyother than actual damages, and
sQ ueutial damages cannot, therefore, be
W ty Jsought to be expropriated
oUmbeli by k lease, the person provok
es t upropriation Is, in aldltion to the
yal]of the land paid to the owner, liable to
'l.. for any excess inf the actual value
th lasehold for thl uuexo.red term over
IDamoint of rent stipulated to be pald dur
that period.
7,10-RlNRY WE.TON vs. CANAL STRaEUT,
S, PiTY PARK AND LAKE RAILROAD tCOM
~it JJ-When a resolution of the dl
of a railroad company providing for
a loan and mortgage upon the road
Salen as to the purposes of the loan, parol
evmidenc is admissible to show the purpose of
, bor'pwingh, and it It be shown that it was
rI" &a nrps e authorized by law the mort
..geDbOUld be enforoed.
o.. t799-AuG. THILMAN VS. OUNBLE & NIP
SPlRT UT AL.
S.BC Wfhie, J.-The liability as surety of a
Snot beoing on the face of a prom.
Sa party thereto, ls ested as an in
ca, be enforced despite the mlstaken
tioc in the pleadings.
the payee of a promissory note is
S wn.. n.as an indorser, evidence ad
hu formal objection, that he was
-4 tuty ad not a mere Indorser, can, under
1j. ral relief prayer, be considered and
.PO 7811-P-1~5 TILLIASTIB VS. A. ST. AR
, MAND.
White J.-Thegiving of a twelve month
the price of rorty sold under ex
ados not, bemre its payment, ext~
claim of the creditor ag ast th
its efsot being merely to cre
*ovatton Fa nw debtor, and the
Sof the new obigatlion arrying with
. zoieonq pro tanto of the old,
So rt sold at the instance of the
ftheb first mortgage is adjudicated
mouths' credit and the bonds, exe
the pourchaser and delivered to the
of the several mortgages bearing
not being paid, execution is issued on
their seyeral holders are
" aitled to claim the prooeeds conour
t but must be paid in the order in which
i.-spetive mortgages have borne upon
property prln to Its first sale though
mo were not reinearibed.
Sdtte that mortgages are tran. -
o 60of a foroed sale on
' does net obtain When
th# prcabseer.
tisa of time with security, and the original
must be reinscribed, before pre
Shain order to preserve their rank.
THUI VOURTS.
United States Utroult Court.
Thee. Lilientbal at eal. vs. W. W. Wash
` -Plabtiff ordered to show cause why the
ould not be set aside
ewberger goostadter
ck . ngham & o. and Samuel L.
flh Simon Mose.-Ordered that the proD
o the hands of the sheriff of the parleh of
ln not under seizure. in virtue of writs
by th parish court, be delivered over to
leid States marshal.
L. Flowers t als. vs. Jos. A. Shakespeare et
-N ew trial granted.
Seeond District Court.
Zmancopated-Oornellus Murphy.
Third District Court.
lash olsen vs. Hibernia Insurance Com
StLty-nve sh for plaintif recognizing
Stwpen shares of stook.
fifth Digriot Court.
Jule A. Floret et al.Nvs. Thomas H. Handy et
as.-,- dmcuat agalnst defendant excrpt se
*, J.a rtatrik et al. vs,. Thomas H. Handy
I--w t.rial refused.
Sixth.Distriot Court.
Jo atises vs. W. H. Brooks, nonetable, et
l.-B.-ýtX.5 n sustained and suit dismissed,
ans pat ff's rights.
l eaase of Butohers' Union Slaughter
r Day vs.the Orescoent City Slaughter
_Omoanuy. In whlh an injunction was
S ortoenjoin the latter and the city and
&uthorities from interfering with the
. the establishment of a slaunhter.
I11C'ourt dismissed the rule nisi for an
e on A refused the prayer of the de
Sfor a removl of the oense to
ates Cirrcuit Court.
Superior Crirmnal Court.
MOTIONs.
W. . Brooks. alias W. H. OClarke. uttering
ad tlhlsas true a false. forwed an d noun
le ounent. Plea of auilty wit hdrawn
bue flied and argued by J. J. Fo'ey.
lb for defense, and taken under advise
t by the court.
-UC AIS OONTINUED.
eletin~allas OailonOahrles Mor
mh aer and James G lfla, shootting
wounding with intent to commit murder.
ed until the twenty-seventh.
lter Edsen. arson. Until twentieth
First District Court.
" rxOrMaTION FILED.
* n .in t District Attorney Baker. acting
m,- instruottons from the lhat grand jury.
iled an information ageainst iA. L.
a, harultng him with obtaining $190
P. .Martinez under false pretenses.
b.ws arrested on a caplas and
Snuder onds.
J l asson-Assault an battery.
xohLL P.osEQut.
R Reman Oatman-Ill-treatng a dumb ani
OONVICTUD,
lAngastine Pierre-Larceny ; recommended
to the mercy of the court
first Recorder's Court.
Wi, Smith. carryina a concealed weapon;
- isr or(.imipnal Jourt. bonds $150.
SW hington. assault and battery; saoo
+. uds.Nrs District urt.
Jchasn and Lucas carrier; $250 each,
, Saved afrom Being Robbed.
ý J11eroa
4he o os r e do b _ ! m e w ns , ' q U •
ofle o uor. on is arrival atthe pok up
e gave his nm a W. B 8htiman. and sated
he was a meroant from Arkansas O. his
rerson were founud stYfs a gold an.d silver
watch and a dimond spark.,
The man avis, sinceluo the occurrence, has
been arrested. charged with being a dangerous
and susplclous oharacter.
BOARD OF HEALTH RECORD.
The following were recorded yesterday at the
omoe of the Board of Health:
alTEsll.
Mrs. Pierre Duolos. a son.
Mrs. O tsoar Kreis. a son.
Sre. Edward Dinkeldeln. a son.
Mr. Thos. Barr. a son.
re. Edward DeBlano. a daughter.
MABRIAGU5.
John Wolf to LoulsaBHnnlins,
Geo. Gump3rt to Amanda Prechter.
DEATHS.
enis CahIll. 50 years.
mile Quintali. year.
Josephine Fraunoln. et years.
Anna H. Zeo.el. 53 years.
Win. W-st. 21 ears..
James RBay. dys.
Wm. B. Dod,. months.
Josroh 8beli,t s years.
F. Rlv' rm. 22 years.
Josephine Westerhaus. is days.
DAILY Lr1TTIIR LIST.
Ladies' List.
Freeman Jennie miss Graysin Annie miss
Harris GCIlly mres oward COue mrs
Kennedy Josepbine 1, g L L mrs
Vaughan Mary mrs Morgan Jennie mrs
Martin Nany mrs Mollon mrm
Powers Katli A lItuseei 8 E mrs
Smith Marie miss Bomras mrs
Gentlemen's List.
Redford James Ra'iste mr
-u AD - R4uttsJ A B
Barber Andrew ltes i Henry
Boewell M Pd Oarlta L
De sbaoln Balleas Daoher Dennis
I)elot dF Drummond Wm
Fhtbey tim ali s A
Ooodman J D lliard August
H,trvea Jie enkins Gee
Levy A W Jtabbh n Jotn, jr
eat hebrs George Mttnews A A
May Alex Maesso, oIar
Merigny H G Ntibolds A 0
Nash Tnny O'bourne ,M G
Rivers Henry ttoner J H &oo
Unser Wm Wheeler A J
Wisham Goo WillIamson R M
Unmailable Letters.
NOT PREPAID.
Brown Bertha miss Humble Lionel mrs
Powell Uo C Logory A L mrs
MISDIRl rED.
Orabb G W Dale Clover
Harnep Mike PblIos 8ylvain
Soott F 8 A lison FWilliam
PERSOONAL.
We had the plea'ur', yesterday of arasping
the hand of that gallant and estimable gentle
man, Wm. J. Bram*ard, captain of the Mobile
oadets. He was surroundel yest rday by the
rank and file of our militia. among whom he is
agreat favorite. Capt. Bralnar 1 Is aMoomoa
nied over here by a number of (rent emen com
posing the Lee Assoo.aton of Mobile; they are
In eur city on an excursion of vleasure_ We
al the honor of an Introdaotion to seior
tephsno room. president of the assoolation
The Major e an old Confederate. and served
with distinction daring the late war.
CITY EOBOEB.
P. Kaiser was looked up in the Fourth Sta
tion for violating cialty ordinance No. 6256.
A Mrs. Nickila was thro n from her wagon,
at the corner of Common and Dorgenots streets,
whloh resulted in the breaking of her left leg.
Tuesday a sneakt thief effected an entranoe
into Mrs. Blohard Binonbalk's residence, and
then departed enriched to the amount or $22a.
tlphonse Oarter spends twentryfour hours in
the Fourth Stlatoo. oharged with assaulting
Josephine Bernard with a dangerous weapon.,
and also robbing her of a shawl valued at sIo.
Patrolman J. D. Donovan reports having, at
e;so p. i, Wednesday night. fired two Ineffectual
shots at a dog. the pro erty of Mr. Loebe, re
sidilg at the corner of Canal and Wells street.
Wm, Smith, a barber, Is in the Central Sta
tion, charged be F. Tague with assault with a
dangerons weapon and threats. and by the
officer with carrying a concealed weapon.
By the acoidental overturning of a kettle of
hot water a little rl aged two years. named
Clara A. Hield, residing with her parents. on
Jefersoýn street Algiers was very painfully
scalded Wednesday morning.
Sneak Thief.
At 6 o'clook Wednesday evening a thief en
tered Mrs. Hearsey's house, No. 91. Fellcity
street. and carried away Property to the
amount of $10.
,, ..._. --
THE FRENCH WIT,.
In a police court:
The Judge-"How dare you break at night
into this gentleman's apartment I"
The prisoner-"Your honor, before you up
braided me for stealing in the daytime. Now
you denounce me.for stealing at night. When
shall I steal?"
Prudhomme asks the prospective tenant of
one of his houses:
"Has madame any children?"
"Two little girls-one ten and the other
eight years old."
'The one of ten years is the older, I pre
sume."
"Yes, sir, and the other is the younger."
"Thank you. I was about to ask that."
"What pretty children and how much they
look alike," says C, during a first visit at a
friend's house.
"They are twins," his friend explains.
"What I both of 'em?" exclaims C. greatly
interested.
B, who has concelved quite aliklng for , in
vites him occasionally to his house.
He met him the other day.
"Dome and dine with me this evening."
"No," responded 0, hesitatingly.
"Oh, come along."
"Well. But lend me a louts."
"A louis?"
"Yes," replied the modest 0. "I have dined
at your house a dozen times, and I have never
yet presented a bouquet to your wife."
An affecting passage from "Daniel Roobat :
In the middleof a grand love scene the hero
ine asks her lover:
"How shall I bury you, my adored one?"
Surprise of the adored one.
"I hope to outlive you, my dear," she con
tinues, resuming the cheerful subject. "Men
leading the active life of politics die early,
you know. Tell me, how shall I bury you
religiously or civilly."
And so the play continues.
A worthy citizen asks his neighbor:
"What is this 'floating debt' that I hear
spoken of so frequently?'
Neighbor, looking greatly astonished:
"Don't you know? It's easy enough to see.
It is the 'marine budget.'
A well-known artist gives his last work to
a porter to convey to the salon.
'Be careful, be careful," ssys he, "the plo
ture is scarcely dry."
"0 ! never mind, 'exclaims the porter, "my
clothes are old."
In a salon a lady listens to the piano per
formance of avirtuoso with an air of profound
dejection.
"You appear fatigued," whispered a neigh
bor.
"Why, no. Not very. I try to bear my
pleasure very patiently."
A play writer takes to a well-known mana
ger a drama founded on the history of Lady
Jane Grey.
The manager takes it to read.
The next time the author calls, he says:
o "Your piece is very interesting, but ft ends
too sadly. Is It necessary to haveJane Grey
L. die?"
Thb Tanislan Railway is finished as far as
the Alerin frontier, Tbe lastportlonofit
a sdie zoy kilometres-ha just begi handed
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WAMOAtET IIAUO EBT. arm1anD KWs.
STEAM AND MECHANICAL.
BAKERY,
74,76and 78New evee streetNew0rleans
The undersigned beg leave to call your attentlon to the following list of CRACOKE.
manufactured by new and Improved machinery, and soiloit your orders:
NAVY BREAD, SOol CRACKsRS, xx, XXX, XXXX.
PILOT 4BRAD, ClEaeM CRAcOse, xx, Xxx,
C0FFlrSEOUS$ BREAD, STONl CRACKEIRS,
CRACKER REAL, BOSTON BUTTEI CRACKERS
gIQg R IREAD, XX, XXx, PICNIC CRACKERS,
SINGEaR NUTS, XX, XXX, WATER CRACKERS,
SPICE NIUT, OYSTER CRACKERS,
CR..IBNT IlaSUIT,. LK IRACKEMI
MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO.
FANCY CRACKERS.
PEABL OYBTER ORACKEBS. GINGEB OBEAM ORACKERB, ORAEKNELs, GINGU
BNAPB, LEMON BNAPB. SUGAR CAKEB, LEMON JUMBLES, ORESCENT BISCUIT, BANE
BUGAR CRACKERB. NICK-KNACK CROBACKERS, BUGAR ORACKERSB., MAOOABONI BNAPS
GINGER JUMBLES, ORANGE JUMBLES. LEMON CRACKERS.
EXTRA FANCY CRACKERS.
ARIORTED CAKES AND JUMBLES. ARROW ROOT CRACKERH. PEARL BISCUIT, DRY
HUOAR OAKE, TEA BISCUIT. A B O BISCUIT. LEMON CREAM BISCUIT, STRAWBERRY
1ISCUIT, ICED SUGAR CAKE.
When desired, these goods will be packed in Tin Cases, for foreign shipment, of
6, 10, 15, 20 and 25 pound packages. Having a capacity of manufacturing 800
harrels of Flour per day, we are prepared to receive and fill large orders with
promptness.
...... MnI MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO.
am m n n unm1un i m u mm imW
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
Persons who desire to embelish their residences would do well
to call at
L. UTER'S ART EMPORIUM,
38.-----....................-----------ROYAL STREET...----.---------....---..........38
And inspect him 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 fa
satisfaction to the purchaser of any of the following articles, snob as
Fine Ornamenled Gilt or Walnut and Gilt French Mantel and Pier Mirrors, Win.
dow shades, Corlices, Curtain Holders, Engravings, Chromos, Portrait and Picture
Frames of every description; also, Artists' Materials, Picture Mouldings, flaking,
Picture Cords and Tassels. mh21 ly
LAMBERT'S
Permanent
I'ICTUIREL.
Triumph in Photography!
-AT
SWASHBURN'S.
All kinds of celtures are roduced with
GREAT BEAUTY and PERFECTION. The
Lambert Everlasting Pictures
are a FPclralty and for DURABILITY and
ItXQUTS1ITE FINISH Cannot Be Er
oeeed.
Our Prices are MODERATE. and we
(VT AR IWPP RATT.I.'Af1TN nnl
1840 .............. ESTABLIHIIED ................1840,
HUIIBBA'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, Wain
nut and Oak, of the Latest Patterns and the Lowest Prices. Parlor
Suits in Ebony and Gold, Mahogany, Walnut and Gold in Coteline Raw
Silks, 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,0 1 FOLDING CHAIRS,
BEDSTEADS iSECRETARIES,
CENTRE AND CAID SOFAS. LOUNGES
TABL E 8, WASHSTANDS,
SIDEBOARDS, RATTAN AND
hins and ilver Oaa se CARPET BOCKERS,
HALL STANIDS, Spring Mattresses.
peathers ane -sprln Pillows and
CURLED gg, BOLsTERIS
PARLOR DESKS, Ladi Se
IN NUMBERS AND PRICEf. TO ISUIT ALL.
Also a heavy stoa' of Medium and Ordinary Furniture for City and Country Use. at Wholesale
and etail.h ls for ossh, AlU in faeed of rnltare will do well to examine our stook and pries
S h.S. 1B. :IIT BARD,
No 322 South Rampart, Cor, Perdido, and Nos. 84, 86, 88,9o and 92 Perdido Street.L
Lnon ! "e.v li r ie BasEgse .
AWUOZOIW 3AL-.
yOtoMrmd 8 .. A o.
sret re.ideneinie, ibrare s at modenrate
hharnede at raotien, r regtlar ato.e
held at o'olook mi ecery TUESDAt
T WUItSDAY and TAUTUDBD At
Bales at residences attended to at moderat
charges, auut
ONUDTOML AVETIE T
Will sell or Lu m les. ows. Carrlooes an
arnes. E.t auction, at
ONTGOMD JUD TATIOT COUTIALL FO
Ne. th and Len street l t
eyrsh o OrlWEDN DA Nod BA iUBDe at n1
alna wrimnt of stolr, solicited, thell
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
INRB.IFF SALES.
Stats of Loutisesn vs. I3. Bloomer and
C. H. Girardey & Co.
allbs writ of flin fais.., to me directed by the
honorable the Second Judlcial District Court
of the Sixth and Seventh Municipal Distriots
for the parish of Orleane. in the above entitled
canle, for State ta.es of 1871, 1872. 1878, 1874 and
1876, I will proceed to sell at public anotion, at
ghe Merchants and Auctloneers' Exchbange.
Royal street. between Canal and COatombouse
s'reets in the SBecond Di trict of thibis city, on
T ESDbAY May 18. 1880. at 12 o'clock m., the
following d(.snrib ,Ii l ri)er, to wit,-
A CERTAIN PO TION OF THE LAND
known as the Foucher vroperty. In the Blxth
Distriot of the city (f New Orleans, formerly a
part of the parish of Jefferson said portion
benlg that lying north of St. dharles Avenue.
and extending to the northern limits of the
tract, and belr'g bounded and described as fol
low.: Fronting on the north side of St. Charles
Avenue, and extending thereon from the
boundary of Burtheville to the boundary of
Greenville: thence running northwardly on the
east boundary of Greenville frinourg and Mar
ley ebout seven thousand eeven hundred and
tbirtyi-str feet taertert~ potnt i the- nberth
ern apex of an ang'e on the boundary of Mar
icy; thence in a southeantwardly direction on a
rear boundary line to the eastern boundary of
Marley: thenrce again northwardly on the east
bountary of Merl.y, about fotur thousand and
s.venty feet, to the extreme depth of the tract,
and to a point where said upper boundary
meets the converging boundary .f the adjiocnt
tract below; thence running in a southwardly
direction on a line of said adj.ecent tract and
along the western boundary of Burtheville to
the said north side of at. Chrles Avenuen, about
eleven thousand six hundred and twenty-seven
feet. All being in accordance with oriasl.al
lines and distances. and Including the entire
area from St. Oharles Avenue to the original
rear boundaries.
To be sold in block.
reizd In the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the etot.
J. B. ALOEE GAUTHIEAUX.
Clvil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
a D16 28 80 miy 18 18
AILmOADns
EW ORL1EANS, SPANISH FORT
- AND -
LAKE RAILROAD.
Depot Corner Canal and Basin Streets.
On and after APRIL 1 trains will, until fur
ther notice, leave as follows:
At sso. 9. and every hour after until a p. m.:
then every half hour.
Last train from city at ~ p. m.: from the Fort
at p. m. Arrangements can be made for rpecla
trains. T.B. WILLIAM.
api um Gonarenrl Mansr.
THE BHORTEST 'E TO EASTUEB
ONLY LINE $ W Dý l S.DAILY PAS.
O ansad l"ae Sundaye . April .,1ona tradin
ssi.oiowr:
No. Express No. Expres,
dai..........o 7:00a.m. I a ......:.s8: L.
Q. Express Io. 4 Express
daiyo .a........hoop.m.d dily .. 0:00 .5
oo mo m .'n r .mmodat 'n
dall except daily exoept
uaay .....s:l . j1 ......e 9 m.
se n lon appl on th
pfoe i Cndommo streets. ODO
sits y -.
dlly et
GBEAT JAESBONi BOUTE.
mNaCABO. ST. LeOI AWD NW.W O.
LEANS 3AILEIOAD.
Trains will leave a4d arrive at the 0alliop4
Street Devot. on and after January 17. 1a. as
ollows: Ar
. . ,:so P . m li. nI .. a. 8:80 8,
zed .Ioi. .:15 . . m ee I a0.. 4 78 p. a
1 and I run dally No and dailry, ez
aturayAoommodation for MeComb Oftis
leavee at 4:00 p. inm.
Bunday Excursion for McComb Clty leaves at
7:115. in. Beturning .arrives at 9:s0 a. m.
A.ND OJI0AGO WITOU AB .a fos
T. LOUIS a eeer is at t ln
enablig '-passengers to gc throeh without
Improved Slebping and Reelining Chair cars
to Vicksburg daily without change.
Tiekt for berth secured and Informs.
tion given at o. OCamp street. corner of
Common.
o A. D BH N, LTicket AlenL
1.COHID.l . eneral aseaar Agent
CANCELLATION OF BOND.
BTATE OW LOUIaxANA,
Executive Department.
HEBEAS FBEDBICOE FISOBHEB AND
J3OHN OHOMAKaB of the eitpof New
Orleans. have applied to me forthe oaelation
of a bon .drawn and signed by Ft D GENI88
as prin~osl, or the sum of fve tusand dl
lars, with the said Frederick Fischer and John
BShomiaker as sureties1 each for the sum of two
thousand five hundred dollars, dated the se
ond day of December. 1870. and conditioned for
the faithful performance of the duties of said
Fred Gelse as Constable for the Seventh Justioe
Court for the narish of Orleans.
Now, therefore. I LOUIS ALFRED WILTZ.
Governor of the State of Louisiana. have
thought propDer to issue this my proclamation.
with the view of giving public notice to all per
sons therein Interested to show ause 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 mortcsge r~sulting therefrom should not
becaneled and annulled, and the sureties
above named discharged from any further lia
bilities 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 hundred and fourth year of the in
dependence of the United States of America.
LOUIS A. WILTZ.
By the Governor:
OsoAan Aasoro.
Assistant Secretary of State. mhsi so
OFFICE
W. S. CAMPBELL, Agent,
29 Carondelet st., New Orlean&s
AT WHOLESALE SOD RETAI
Steamboats, tteamships,
And Families uapplied.
Hat en is onhand e fUU stock PofSI. Dernart
-
JDIWIAL AWmWTUNT·r~ MS
euauuII gALsa.
John V. Moere vs. Algernon N. Bcek et
SEbOOND JUDClALf ITBRTO1 COOURT 0FB
the Milth and ueventh MnoloIpal Diesriots of
the Parlih of Orleane No. 2114-By virtue of a
writ of seizure and sale to me directed by the
honorable the Second Judicial Distrivt uourt
for the Sixth and Seveath Municipal Jistri
of the arsh of Ort ans. In the t ove entd
cause, Iwill proceed to sell at on aietlot.
at the Merchants and Auctioneers Excn.e .
Royal street between cOnal and Customhouse
streets. in the Second District of this city. on
TUE. DAY, ay. 1880, at 12 o'Olok m., the fol
lowingt deaser' er oL et, tvo wit
A OERTA IN tQUAB OFOR UND, situated
in the Sixth _Dl taint of the city of New Orleans.
_Fubourg Burstylle (late oarish of Jefferson).
together with all the Improvements the 0on.
rights ways, privileges and advrantages eflrs
unto buloP. in or in any wki. appertntngn.,
designated tha e number twenty.two, on a
plan drawn by B. Bulssop surveyor, dat
March 17.1887. nirt dtpoalet' In the office at E.
Barnett. then a notary Dublic I the City of New
Orleans, bounded by Eleanor. Laurel ard Live
Oak etreetd and by the dividing line of Bloom
inedale. and fronts three hundred eat (80o) on
Eleanor street, two hundred and fifty.sx (i1sL
fret on Live Oak street and two hundred and"
eighty (280) feet and four (4) lines front on
Laurel street.
Seized In the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the scot.
J. B. ALUEB GAUTHREAUX,
Civil Sheo iff of the Parish of Orleans.
alt8 s 80 my7 14 18
Mrs. Flortnda W. Tays or vs. J. Q. A. Fet
IDIFTH DISTBIG? ZICOBT FB TBB PAR
' lsh of Orleans No. 1oe-614-y virtue of a
writ of fledt faiee to tme directed by the hoa
orable the filth Dbtrict Oour` for the rpris
of Orleans, in the above entitled causet I will
oroceed to sell at nublel auction, at the Mer
obants and Anotioneers' Exchange, oyal
street, between Can and C stomhousestree,
in 'be Second District 4f 'blh oity on TUES.
DAY, May 4, 1860, at 11 o'clock m.. the fullowing
describd property. to wit
1. A LOT 10 .BUNDD.In the squarebounded
by Circus (now Bam a t). Posdras, Perdido and
hbtillita (now Dr ysJle) streets. in the First DIs
trirtt of the city of New Orleans, being lot num
ber eleven In said s0uare. buyvin thirty test
frontno Per.tLdotreeth b a depth of eiart srsi
feet. apd below the same lot recovereffby Myra
Clark (aines of Isabella Jenknsl. by decree of
the uuprenmo Oourt of the Uniled States.
2. THitEE LOTS OP GROUND situated In
the Secon.d District rf the city of New Orleapos
la the squnre bounded by Toulouse. Burgundy.
Rampart and St. Peter streets, beIlo lots num
hone one, two and twelve of said sqareo lts
one and two heavinl a front of sixty feet on r
gundy street by a depth of o..e hundred and
twenty feet. Lot one fInrms the corner Qf Bar
aundy and Toulonse streets. Let twelve .a
lnius lot one, and hlas a front on Toulouse
street of sixty feet by a b of one hundred
And twenty feet all Preatlt measure;.thneiwo
first lots belon tlhe property recovered ty 2w
Clark Gaines of G. L.umeyar and lot number
twelve recovered by Myra Clars G sdnes ftf .
turet, by decree of the Supreme Uuortof oh
United tat es.
a. fiQUABKi NUMBER FOUR HUNDRED
AND lVIE, bounded by Osyoso, Sitoedo Or
leans and lt. Anne stree'..,aood District.
4 bQOARBI NUMBERB THR. BUNDBED
AND e.INETY, b..uuded by Gayost Dupre.
OileaRs and 8t. Anne streets. ~Acond bl r
f. MQUUaR tU BE ¶tHhEElB URiA D
AND INETY ONE bounded by Dors t, .
Peter. Orleans and dayoso streets, seeond Dis
trict.
QtrletlORE NUMBER FOUR HU1bSEI L.
AND 'OUl, bounded by iendon, Orlea. s B :.
Pe er and liagan Avenue streets. Second isl N
Q NuvUMBE FOUR BUNDRED
AND olX TY. bounded by Orleans. usfaan AVy
nen. St. Peter and Port streets,.or Bayo It.
John. Broond Dlstrict this being lape sqoWareo
which the Drainase Mahblue arat..
Together with all the buildings and improve
ments in th above described properties.
Seized in theabove isut.
Terms-COh on the .
Clevi Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
a-n 0 18 so so m.
aprullie aurrter Vs. Meles 0. Aralkt
widow of S. A. Robrer. now wife of Henast
Leckle.
THRD DISTBIOT.COUBT FOB THE PAB
lab of Orleans, No. 26.140-Byvi of -
writ of seiaujae nd esle. to me t by ,
ltonorable the Third Dsrit outrl Loin Es
arish of Orleans, tin the above entle ee
I will proceed to sell at public auction, t
Merchants and Auctoner' Ec
street, between (lanan Customho.se
in the Second Distrifttof this city, on 1.ES
DAY. Ma.r 4. 11,,. at 12 o'clock m.., theOO w
in :jgee r ther. with the
buildings and improvments thereon 'i !
in the FounrtkD i y e
leans). In sq.Ore umabe elfatty t e. one
by Seventh. Eighth. tsstul an P
(now Coliseum) streets and desig at
umbers five s. aevbn and ehiht on a p
aw by H. i, s nehl on the ioo.u
dnay, 1r. and deose in the oN. 9f.
man. late notary in thisa ofi Sald Io
and measure as follows L1ots es'
laght measure each thlrt-two f 1týot a
Beventh street by depth o one hunde.d an
twenty-five feet; lot so r
thirty-ne feet nine Inches front on
street by a simila do ,o h
tenty-ve Int h fringo
of the corners of Seveth hnit
Said four lots form arto the
was donated to the detis ,ar
Leckie) by her father and mo a.
Hynson and wife, on the twenty
ugust ieee as r act then
obert . Kilpatrck. th reo eroi . piWe
bsh o Bapides. in this State. and ea to .h- ,
sreid in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the suot. rA
1Civil Sherlff of the Parish of Oylea~s.
ar,2 5a ca seB mv4
Wm. H. Plaerson vs. J. W. lMaddoe.
FIFTH DISTRIOT OOURT FOB THE P .
' ish of Orleans. No. 10.14-By virtue o a
writ of fler facias. to me directed by the
orable the Fifth District Oot for the pars of
Orleans. in the above entlcd cause. Jwi pro
oeed to sell at public set on, at t
and Aot loneers' Etobane. Boal stree.
tween Oaoal and uasto.house atrees
Second Distrilt of this city, on
April 18. 1880. at 12 o'clock m.. the followinr
eALL THE BRIGHT TITLE AND INT]E$I'
of John W. Maddei:. defendant, in and to re -
firm of Madden & Oatis.
Selied in the above suit.
Terms-This being the second d
lion, the said Droeert will be defni ly ,
atedto the .ht ndlt bidder forwa
will bring, at twelve o. the' ,
chaser furn hin on oo
securitye, e five t teeat i tpers
num from of sale until n
Said purehaser will have to deduct from 4s
and ray in csh' the rmamountr ,of p srt .g
t's and i. B ALOEO TBAeet
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of O
D 1010
CON1TASLE BALMS .
1. W. Palls vs. P. dels.
ItIXTH JUSTIOR OOUB? FOR TUE PABEISR
k of Orleans. No. Beu-By virtue o a writ of"
fler f.claes to me directed by the Hon. Pariuk.
Kenney. Sixth Justice of tbe Pesoe in and f.tr{
the parish of Orleans. I will proeed toell 1tC
public auction, on Magazine streSt! yet,
Louisiana Avenue and TolnAano street.
District of this city, on THURsDAY. Apl t
1880, at 12 o'olcek m.
A LOT OF HOU'4HOLD FUBNITUJtBl .
A LOT OF BHINGLES and A LOT oF U .,
BEB, as per inveLtory on file in my of1ee,
Termes-Oash. JOBEPH KBIRGEB
sDl 16 e22 OocsatI':,
MWJCCB N. 3*1C0.
Bsueesleto of A. O'w wd.
SICONI D DITRIOT COURT FOB THE P1AN' .
i sh of Orleans.L No. 1.$e--Notise is _h eh r
given to the creditors of this ebtate sndto Wal
other persons herein interested to showsasa
within ten days from the present notiflestn, f 1
senteb red Mor ton. tetamentary ý
tor in this estate, should not be approved ate
homolgated, and the funds distributed tin ab
cordanee therewith.
By order of the eourt.
THE ST. CHA1ULEM IVT.EL
WILL OPEN FOB THE BEOEFTIO It
e snmesr the Hotel was put in tho
t B 5I guest on MONDAY. sixth instn . i
and many immrovemenrt bj9i
to po t . srrone. a
will continue to merit the a
bse eore it iin the >
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