Smiot of Pepile's Ilumramee tompanl,
Nlo to Carondolet street.--Aecordin, to artilo
1pi an not approvnd Maroh st. 1974. we heor hy
ive thubllo uotlon that. the following amounts.
Gue thn pornonleo opplolte whose nam they re
pOentlvely &7ppr fr Il dIlvtdidnI have b.oI In
the n~ud of thits ompany. ant uunallod for.
for a past three years. to wit :
F Ushrotna ...... .... tru In(
. IrAceknn ........ ...... t1 so
Atotn Buhlor. .. . 25 (1
Fount . . .... .A in
. eoudoron . 7 r11
W i . . . . ... .. NO
J, Wnna. •. o
And that. thn ate, tihn onIyv imonllats iII the
hbads of Rsad eomnitrlly ror ithat vnrliod of time
and unocall-ol ftr.
FI4tNlHT I'ltA(IHrT. rresldont.
F. M. iosN'KtoonA. one'tltrly.
itwortl to ianild ullarthmd I lll snvonLntotlh day
of A1rII. I441, biorer to. notary.
a o01l I m y ,:1 t1 Notary .ubl lio.
anyl NoI.:10 (ironlldlolt Istroo, Nlw Orln1anu.
MfarcMh 19,1411 Notion is holr)y glven. III no
iordrljn n with the prolvisiolns or the l chll'lor.
that a tllontnlg of tU( ) ookloldIrs of thisconm
lny will lo hold at it. ofitwn in Now (Orlens. onl
IMOlIAY. A rll 19. lW,1. htlwoilt thn hoIur of
711 a. m. aItl't L p. In.. for the purp -ose o loollo in
dllrnolors, anl of iconslidorinlg n oirhlhi amnltld
lOlfnt to the iCllartor to Ie Itho piillliltl t by
Sboard. AN I). I'ATT'ON.
mihtie al') u ip tiorntarv.
Ilweseent rllty rallrwad romnpany. No. M
0hartrn.satrnot. Nw ()rltonu. April I. t iiii---Tle
nttnull nlnellon for dlirntors will tn hold at.
theootlooof 111 lo pnllbVtlon MO)ND)AY. nltin
teOnth instant(. hmtwo.l then hours or iI n,. III.
#n( 4 . Il)l
a. ti . JOHN It. JUDIEN. Hnnretary.
"Iplal Notlre All Persona H*vlnvg
aCl~a nianinst the sihoouor FItANKLIN will
lle prnFnlt them to JOHN UIRTAO. cornnr
Toutlotn and BaiP n Ptroot.. . t 1111 m
BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY.
For the Statee of
LOUINIANA ANDI) MSIJI'IIPPI.
Com plete Information and partloulars alven
or es.mblishin telepnhonll tomnunioation in
apy or the ltles. towns. landl gs. stations.
DLmot~tlopý, OW. tdt uuhout theae ltY' .
W.. o, BOFINUIE, On leral Agent.
P. O. Box 9o. No. 47 Oarn p stairnt.
I OUT -TAYED FRIOM NO, O DIHYADES
1 s trepi. a enmtdl H800i't' TERRIER 1)0G,
lIse rither a sharp mouth. and t stlumy tall
coverod wills longt black halr. Answorn to tohe
name of Prinlon. Whon lost had oil roil lat.llr
nollar fa.tnnod with tluall nlokol pnldlook. A
liberal rieward rald for return to No. ,o1 L)ryando
stroet. Anil 91
(IlLAllt'H IRON AND RIltAHR FOUN1)IIY.
Oorner loon andI Th'onlllt ltn111 streets.
Slteam En ItUne. Illhonr. Nu.nr MIlls Haw Mills.
DraIntlnI Whlols. Pitmpe lor )Draining or Irrl -
( lll tl4(Rio Lands, Iron ItwlituIg. 4(!olllum s.
tInr. 1roIsll . Fulrnnllao Monlllthsl (1rate BItars.
Wronht ironl Work. Brnas alllnt Iron OCasting
of evory doiorlinlot. All work t'romptly RI
tended to. Ola RKl'H FOUNDRY.
apln It lin . and ThottItoias astriets.
1 O. rPnILIr)T IIAN JUST ARRIVEDFI) OM
* Lobanon Tontl. with froml thirty to forty
.ead of EXTIRA (.MDJtINED IHOIRHEN. Parti n
wish-ing to purchtlai will do wll1 to call on nln.
at "R. 1f. LEE" BTABLES. No. 131 Baronno
street. 0p1$. :It*
J. I. WARNER,
W'OLESALIE AND RETAIL/ DEALER
- IN -
NORTH IEI RN ICE.
31 and i3 FRONT STIEET. ill FU LTON antd
139 and 111 BT. THOMAS BTRIEETH.
Country orders solllted and prompt atton
tion given to them. Addtr.na lock box 1s4. Now
Orleoan. E. A. tlIELDS. Solicitor. ap1s lm
A SUMMER RESORT.
IIRW . F. A. OIJMMIEI.,
Has opened her house at Ith famed Ablta
Springs. thron miles from Covington. parish of
St. Tammany, for the twrootion of boarders.
The table will be iuprlled with the best the
market affords. PTartlo wlshing to bring
horses and bugries will find stabllng, room.
A pretty oottage with good well. out.housles
etc.. near the spring to ront for the soason.
$ta.e will oonvey guests from the boat at old
landing. near Covinaton.to the sprinlgs. For
further partioulars. apply to
J. N. BOSSIER.
aptstf U(ovington, La.
gIITED STATES FOUR PER CENT LOAN.
COUPONS AND IREGISTERED BONDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Denominations of $50. $101. 3l11 ant $1000 always
on hand by the
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANIK
mha im n 54 Camp street.
L. b. WATIINS, D). C. B.'AlONIOUOH1.
Ooushatt a. La. Natchitoches. La.
WATKINS & SCARBOROUGHI,
(Successors to Lvyr , Scarborough.)
api8.Q9m satchlftrehea. La.
Wa. B. SI'ENCER. E. I. WHITE.
sPENCEIt & WTIIITE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Offle --No. r ('Crondelet streot. aps :iuot
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK.
Ne. 54 Camp street,
$50,000 OF FIRST MORTGABE BONDS
OF NEW ORLEANS CITY RAILROAD 00..
In denominations of [email protected], En5. and $1000.
These bonds bear 4 per cent interest. payable
semi-annually. on June 1 and December 1.
To secure the punctual payment of the inter
estand retirement of the bonds, the company
deposits weekly with the Canal Bank $1125l
irrevocably pledged for this purpose.
The payment of principal and interest is
further secured by mortgage on valuable city
real estate. ani the following city railroad lines.
wtth all their rights and franchises:
Magznoe Line. Prytania Line. Rampart and
Lphine Line. Bayou Bridge Line. French
et and Bayou Line. Canial Line and Lake
PI full description of properties see act be
fore N. B. Trst. notary vublic. aps 2W
MALAKOFF BITTER I
RECEIVED THE ONLY MD.DLL
- AT -
THE PARIS EXPOSITION
NO TONIC LIKE IT.
Sole Proprietor and Manufacture;.
mhli tf 26 OONTI BTREE'.
THREE THOUSAND SACKS CHOICE CARO
lina and Honduras for eale in tote to suit
aurchasers. ALLEN & t3YME.
apS tf 91 Tohoupitoulas street.
SEED RICE! SEED RICE
CAROLINA AND HONDURAS.
Fr sale by ERNST & 00.,
tartY I and Ill Julia strt.
510 to .1000 mstreet akes for.
V 1e t b veratni Win e
WiTANTFDI) -A NUlIIf, FOR AN INFANT: A
V mddln-sgod wonman proffrred. Must
c1l.30it on the promln4i. Atpply at No. w0 Ursu
lines strirolet. ai fl
ITANT I)-BY A IEHPI'( OTABLE WitITE
SV irl, ia iltuation to o lhoueirwork or il lrne.
Nio li tlj lon to travel. Addlr s A. I)., this
iiofll.n, n t.1 4I I
PIor.Im and Iunlons.
1\TANTEI1 - ALL I'.ERHIONB TO
V know, who are cu nthlng iromn'.r
(morn. or Ilunlona, that lIr. MUPIIIHY
onll glvo Int int rolif., witrhout. at i,
at his ofller. No. ¢o UANA I, itTlIIt.IT.
0,R I ll
Houllsehold loods and Mercmnnllse.
I)AR1'IEH IAVIN( IIOUHEIIOLI) OOOI)N
oI r tlorohanlllel o toli) ill an ofIi will ollltinl anll
oiTnr of the hlithet niah pril' by illdllinl a
rlntnorandlum of what they wish to .oll and
,hleir addreil to Look Box 49i, Now Orloans r. O.
W ANTE)D--AN UPIRIGHT PIANO IN P'EII
foet, order, that has not beenn over Iwo
oyers in twe. Partlon answerlng will Iohase
statn maker. lowest each prloo and wheor It can
hIe nen. For a fgooid Instrulmnt ia moderatelt
oMsh Vrlce will be ahld. Adlrrss PIANO. this
omon. mhlln td
$1 R I FOR PIANO TUNING-DBET WOBE
* at aO Manaedno street. D. LEICOH.
Soiree Pianist. note tf
K. OF T.
('eI.l nt l .n. C . onl'llll t \ 1. '. V. lin4I'ht of
l. ' " . I I ... , I .11 *1h 11. R11.
LT1OKl NA LE- NUTIOONER Eli Y lPFTi - TWPLVE
w "'ll. 1,t 1 Inllns Illl l t. n1w1 I, l .lt`ii,. i , 'ar
Iay. l 1 ll.,t i. liy t1o" i, .1n erfo'..t ,i ri er i. IInd
.r adl y for ' rvt"i.'ii . o,,rit i I.r , thl hr. art1io; i1111" I l
aI" ly 1 , i,,1 l , IaL. . FRll , AN, I, A i nt,1Ii
I th14 ilay ditsslvi t nutal IoI iinnt..
Elthlr , art, n r will aIg 10 1tIili.7lto
,11. II . K ILMAN.
w Orloa . A rl 1. 1 '14 nl. ll,. , I'
forond a 1'aop1rtnErsxhlp., utlnil r 11t, flrm
nali Iof iELL . WINIIOM 00.lll. fIr th ur
'o,. and rop " I'tflly Inol t t10 Latronah of
theoir fri e , nd .
IWnwillnas mE all tIOEl IabIllitl ti hoIlate
'irm of nM. ON. Wi .om N WIDMA(,
tohistl uW ldr llvtiy b utull h o lhl ulnt l t, ll .li
rth or partlno .wl u For liildltllo l l
WM A. JIELL.
M. N. WIDOM.,
M. M. KOIILMAN.
New Orloann, April 19. _Hi0. apiti.ot
N.OTIUE-TIEI UNEIROINED H AVE E AYl
soormtad tthompolvs for Ishlp, Uolrth of law.
unitof tHEL .irm WnaIr of e, ncfr & Whitei
Ofi of . No. W Olaronlolet streit
M. N. WI. PENOMER.
a. M. WHITMAN
CANCELLATION OF BOND.
STATIC O LOUIIRANA.
WH IIEREAS. JOHN W. REISTEI. OF THE
pvarish of Teuns. hats pl tled to me for the
anncellation of two bonds drawn and signed by
him. as prncuial. onll dated the eighteenouh day
of December. ls187; for the sum of six thousand
dollars, with Robert Worrell and E. L. Whitney
as securities. each for the nu rn of threeoo thou
sand dollars; Iand the other dated the twenty
fIllfth day of February. 187I. for the sum of six
thousand dolla a. with Robert Worrell and C. C.
Cordill as aecurities. ench for the sum of three
thousand dollars,. and conditioned for tlhe faith
fuIl performance of the dltlies of said J. W. Reg
later as sheriff for the parish of Tensas
Now, therefore. I IO)UI ALFREID WILTZ,.
(lovernor of thbe tate of Louisiana. have
thought proper to issue this my proclamation.
with tithe view of giving public notice to all per
sons therein Interested to show causa, in writ
Ina. at the office of Secretary of atte,. In the
city of New Orleans. within ninety days after
the last publication hereof why si d bonds and
the mortgages resulting therefrom should not
be cancelled and annulled, and the suretles
Ithove named discharged from any further Ila
bhllties In the premises.
Witness my signature and the seal of the
State of Loutstant, at the city of New Orleans.
this itfteenth day of April In the year of our
1, rd one thousand elight hundred and elaghty.
and the one hundred and fourth year of the in
dependence of the United Statoe of Amertoa.
LOUIS A. WILTZ.
By the Governor:
Wit,t.. A. STRONO. Secretary of State.
CANCELILATIEN OF BOND.
STATiC OF LOUISIANA,
Executive Department. I
WIHEREAS, FREDERICK FISCHER AND
JOHN 0CIIOMAKItER, of the city of New
Orleans. have applied to me for the cancellation
of a bond. drawn and signed by FRED GEI88.
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 dollals, dated the sec
ond day of Decenubr. 178., and conditioned for
the faithful performance of the duties of said
Fred oilss as Constable for the Seventh Justice
Court for the parish of Orleans.
Now. therefore. I LOUIS ALFRED WILTZ.
Governor of the St.ate of Louisiana, have
thought proper 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 mortasge resulting theretrom should not
be canceled and annulled, and the sureties
above named discharged from any further lie
billlties 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 elaghty.
and the one hundred and fourth year of the in
dependence of the United States of America.
LOUIS A. WILTZ.
By the Governor:
AssLi ant secretary of State. mhtul a
ELECTRIC BELLS-THE NEWEST AND
beet method of Bell-hanging known. It is
destined to supersede entirely the old-fash
loned, bungly, annoying and expensive style
No breaking of wires; on the contrary, when
once in position for the electric current to pass,
b-t electric bell is there for a life time. All that
is necessary to sound an alarm is to preas
f en:1l a button, which may connect with bell
in servants' room. dining-room, kitchen, stable
-in tact any part of a residence or business.
house. No burglar will enter a house with one
of these bells in it.) Said buttons can be so ar
rangee with Indicators that a servwnt can tell
in an lastant from where an alarm comes.
Numbers of our most prominent merchants
are using them, with great satisfaction, both
for their residences and stores. Send for air
oular and refereoes.
£s 8 a . YEoNLD8, Agentd
IUDICIAL AlDVUaETIBEMn TI.
By the Sheriff of the Parish of Orleanm
J. A. II. LAOiROUE, JAMFH FRIIEET HUB
bOGATED, VS. OUSTAVE J. FRERET.
J. A. HI LAGIIOUE. .IAMEH FIRtIET HUll
lR((UATED. VI. GUH`TAVE J. 1IIEIRET
AND) WM. I'. FIEIFRET.
Fourth Dlstrlnt Court for thn P'arlih of ) Irloans
NoP. 4tn:1 3f lnd 43.0s:7.
1Y VIIRTUE OF TWO WBITH OF FIElRI
I) flra'a. to nun diilrmndi by the lhonoratIli the
Fourth Dl)ltriot Court for thln irish of Orleallns
inll ll gllovy ei tlltttit d oni sllsli , . ir peilvoly, I will
pr.noied to oll at ptihiil iati'llon. ait the i Mnr.
i'lants ilnd Aunt ioninrt' Esenhango. Royal stroot,
onlWtolln (JCanal aItlnd IuIntlomtlllhollllh It -.rat. In thl il
Htnonld Distrlnt iof tht city. on Flal I) Y,. April
so. IsMa. lit 12 o'ilok in.. the follhowing iioneriiod
tra ot prt ii wit:
Al,, '6rt ; wI1tIT. TITLE ANit INTEIIEHT
oif (tiaRIve Joa.loh Frornt anlld Will. Poor Frn
ro(lt, I ht tihe att iilin i MII ofi their hnto fiathor atlind
inothor, JamitnM I'. Frorot., andiil Mrs. Lovi
D'Armttihourg. wito of Jmitaom 1'. Froret. whih
PlitimiliRRIoti einll'latl of tIhe following ilosenriltid
I. 'TIRI'IIiEEN HHAIIEB OF 8H'. CIIAIILEI
(Ja attn np liotl Htoiik
7. II0 UHEIOL) FtIIINITURIE IN DIWEIL
INt( No Inn Lulllatlln AvolitIn.
:. ONE HALF IJQUAlIk OF GIIOUNiD.
mnraturing ono hiiunldred aItld Ilfty-ninel l oot ton
Ii'nchea al thron lines on eai'ch Tehlloaltouian
and Itoliltous ttroott., by a dopth antd front of
two hlulndred rand fitIlytv-f foot. li ne Iullnhe two
IInollou Ht. Jalrlltt trl.t. tIotwwooln Iarallel lines
In tho Plitarn hlidoundel 1by Ih tle ove saitrionts tand
Market strtnt, lit the FIrst Distrli't, of this lly.
together with the Improvemonts thereon. con
sisting In two brick Pslated sheild.
4. A I'LOT OF LALND. monasrina one hun
drel and oelvon foot eloven inches two linea on
tanth Loulstana Avnnuo and Tolodano street by
a dplth of tirnee huntire and Iwnty fnot. In the
s.aaro bounded Ipr the above streets. and Pry
tanla and HI. OCharloe streelts, togother with the
Improvements theroonl.nnlstinat of a fratme.
raIsed (ottagt anlld Iwo outbllldings.
The Internst o(f each of thel. )ioyo tanlnamd hairs
taling ono twenty-lixth in SItahs tllnnoonloiin. or
a ono-thblrteenth Intorosnt ola'I in bloth stinrn.
sloun. tnken together. makilnl th Il Intermet now
to beo old lwo-tlhrtnonthh Intatlnts in the whole
of the proierty ailt)vo desorilthod. fter payment
of al dobts due by thn two ,Oi-iuoosnlonsM.
Hotui~td In the above suits.
Terms GaRb on thneuot.
J. It. ALUI G(IAUTIIREAUX.
Civil SherliT of the ilParlh of Orliianla.
mh2l I a1t ir 12 19it 'n -
The Lafayette Fire Insurlane iCOnpany
vs. JaImes Kieonatn.
lIXT'l'im IIlt 'I'HI(OT COUrT FOR THE PAR
l ish of Ol)riltans. No. t10.11 - Ity vlrtuii of a
writ of aIP, air antd tilen, to itn air(todil by the
honorali tIo li xt Hllh Listriot C(ourit for thlt lar
Ibh otf ()rloians., in t Att liiove entitled ause.iti. I
will llrocioir ld to sell iat .ulii l autalllin,. lat lte
Merchints andit AtIaItiIsstnrat' I(xi'htlall(nge, t yntl
st root. . hiotwt I iAnill aild Onitorn hni 1n iitoots.
In the H,'ound I1at.rht of hlii, ol1y, oil Fill
DAY. A r il iii. IHii, at It io'loik Int.. tho follow.
litg diostnrlitd property. to wit
A U(ErLTAIN LOT O)F (RIIOUND,. togethnr
withi It h lbilllloigs nit Itpirovinmeillt thoriioi
alltil illl tho rights anl lrlivil no thl rleto ho
lonigling. lttitodt in lh Flourtll IDlItrit of this
ciltv. Iin whaIt. Itn c'onlOttly tilodl I tallhollra
Liveaiitldas and formel, rly known as thre city of
L.tfitytt( , in the t tllllltarn Ioull ndd lly l t,
Thomanltl (laito FulltOllt. FourthII,. iiotIwoli antlld
Wshinglllton sttroitin. altndl d.lslaLnatod al li o itt
nullllmber twlenty -lthroo oll a plan dlrawnll by W.
hI Atkli lnto, dolwittod foir refornoumn i I tho
llnli, of II. 1.. nitas. late notary yIn hiM elty.
wlhich aid lot nmoaullrt!a thirty-one Itlet six
inonho front on Fourth street by ono hunldred
antd twointyp-five Ifnt morn or loa. In dina.it., en
weonll Lralletl IInos, Amtol(rliian measulre.
Hlolant In the aboiiive salt.
Terms.nl-- ash on thlo Loilt.
J. it. AIAEIE (AUTHREAUX.
Civil horlfT of othe I'Parlsh of Orlotans.
mht19 itap 12 1925 131
J. P. Walworth vs. John C. atevenson.
SIXTIT DIfTRIOT COURT' FOR TIHE
Lpirilb of Orleans, No. 2ii str-By vlrttu of a
writ of linrl fioaiu. to me dtlrooteal by the honor
able the lixth i)lstrict. ourt tor the parish of
Orlhans. In thte talove ntitloid cat.s. I will pro
etod to soll at lDulll nu atllon. at. the lMerchants
and Auctioneors' Exchange. itoyal streot,. ita
twoen COtnal and iatlomholse stroots, In the
Honond DistrItt of this ity,. on FRIIDAY, April
2:. t1.ao. ait. 12 o'ilock m., the following doseariled
property, to wit
A LOT OF GROUND (the property of Wm.
W. Wilson. defendtlant In the labovnoontlhed sAtll).
In squItare boundeid bty IRelilouis. Ht. JamHe. Ht.
John the lelptlst and Market stroilt., measulr
Ila flort fiot thren Inches and four lines frolt.
on St. Jamne strmot by a deptlh of sxty footl.
lveln Inoches and two luios.
H(iind Il the aibosr stilt.
Termns-Cath on the, sot,
J. R. ALOU OAUTHI1REAUX.
Civil RhhrlfT if toh Ptrlish iot Orltitnls.
mhi22 25 29 ants 12 19 23
Adrien Casmard vs. John P. Exnlclno.
SECOND JUDItIAL DISTRICT COURT'. FOR
i the Sixth and noventh Municipal Districts of
the Parish of Orleans. No 2119.-By virtue
of a writ of selruore and sale to me directed
by the Honorable the Second Judicial Dis
triot Court for the Sixth and Seventh Munl
olpal Districts of the parish of Orleans. In the
above entitled ause,. I will proceed to sell at
public auction, at the Merchants and Ano
tione.rs' Exhangeo. Royal street. between Canal
and Customhouse streets. In the Second DI)s
trhit. of this city. on THURIT DAY. May 6. 1580.
at 12 o'clock. m., the following described prop
erty, to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. together with
all the buildings and improvemoutntthere-n.
and all the rights, ways. privileges. servitudes
and appurtenances thoreunto belonging or In
anywise app.rtaintig. situated in the Fau
bourg West Iouligny. now Sixth I)Istrict city
of New Orleans, in the square bounded by
Camp. Magazine. Lyons and Bordeaux
streets. deelgnated as lot number twenty
four. of square number twenty-nine, on a
certain plan drawn and dated August 15, 1566.
deposited in the office of Charles Stringer. then
a notary in this city; aooording to which plan
said lot measures thirty feet front on Lyons
street by one hundred and ilfty feet In depth.
Acquired by deft ndant by purchase from the
estate of George W. Pope and Jane Flynn. his
wife. as per an passed before Wm. B. Klelnopter.
late notary public in this city. dated March 0o.
1575, and registered in Conveyance Office book
110o. fol., 4ts.
Seized In the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
J. I. ALCEE (IAUTHREAUAX,
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
ap 12 19 '26 my3 6
City of New Orleans vs. John P. Exnlcios.
T1lHIRD DI5TRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR
Sish of Orleans. No. 25.t13-1By virtue of a
writ of flori facina to me directed by the
honorable the Third bistrict Court for the par
ish of Orleans. In the above entitled cause. I will
proceed to sell at public atuction, at the Mer
chants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street.
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the
oecond District of th!s city on FRIDAY.
April 0o. 1850, at 12 o'clock m.. the following de
scribed prop-rt. to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. together
with all the improvements thereon and all
the rights,. ways. privileges. servitudes and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining, situated in the F.rubourg
West Bouligny in the square bounded by Camp.
Magazine. Lyon and Bordeaux streets. desig
nated as lot number twenty-four of square
number twenty-nine. on a certain plan drawn
and dated August 15. 1566. deposited in the office
of Charles Stringer, then a notary in this city.
according to which plan said lot measures thirty
feet front on Lyons street by one hundred and
eighty feet in depth.
Seited in the above suit.
Terms-Cash on the spot.
J. B. ALCEE GAUTHREAUX.
Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans.
mh29 aps 12 19 26 30
William F. Novel vs. His Creditors.
FIFTH DISTRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR
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, why the provisional ac
count presented by John W. Anderson. syndic
of this estate. should not be aopr ved and ho
molgated, and the funds ,1 'ributed in accord
By order of the Court.
JOHN J. HANNAN.
apl0 15 19* Deputy Clerk.
R. II. MAARRI,
COUNSELLOR ANfb ATTORNEY,
ODee No. 25 Caremdelet street.
By Montgomery 1 Co.
ONTOOMERBY & O.. AUOTIONEEBB
BIaeroom 87 Oamp street Armory Hall
Sollolt con anment of Hou ehold Furnlture
arvett. Paintings, Llbraries and General
Merchandise for their regular auction sales.
held at 11 o'clock a, mn. very TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY.
Sales at residences attended to at moderats
Will sell Horses, Mules. Cow.. Carriaes ant
Harness st auction, at
Me. 1 Iaronnes street,
every WEDNESDAY and BATURDAY at 11
flon'olnments of stonk eolllited. anl?
In the ('ircuit ('ourtl or the ulnitJld SNlates,
for thle )istrict ofr Lotislana.
EDWIN D. MORGAN AND JAMEiR A. RAYNOR,.
Trustees and Recolvers.
THE NEW ORLEANH. MOBILE AND TEXAS
THE NEW ORLEANH. MOBIILE AND) TEXAS
RAILROAD OOMPANY (Huonaesor).
HENRY J. GARDNER AND PETEB DUTLER,
TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE DR
Screan of the sald court. duly made and en
tored In the above entitled and numbered cause.
on tboe fifth day of March. A. D. isso. and under
the powers contalned llt a mortgage or doed of
trust dully exacuted hb the New Orleans, Mobile
and Ohat tainooga Railroad (Jompany, the prldo
tessor of the comoany first hbove named. on
the first day of Jlanualy. Hlat, and which has
been duly recorde and and establish to and by
the said decree. we. Edwin D. Morgan and
Jamnes A. Raynor. trustees thoreundr,. will sell
at puhlli nution, to the l.t . and haghest. bidder.
In bulk and for cash. under the superintend
outm of Francis A. Woolfley. the special maater
aIpointed for that auroose on SATURIDAY,
the twAnty-fourth day of April. A. D. wso, at. the
hour of 1u o'clock in.. at, the entrance to the
Custom-Hounse blding on Canal street. in the
city of New Orleans. In the Htttte of Louisiana
all and singular thie entire railroad of the salh
cor loratlnn ito between anto within the cities
of Mobile. lln the Stae of Alabama. and New
Orlet ans. In l ht wtthte ofl ou Islann. and lbetween
the sald cit le. within the States of Louisiana,
Mississip.it and Alabama. and all of tLhn real
and tersonnal rop.t ty, of the sptd corporatlon
of every nature anld kisnl whatsoever descrilbd
o cotmnprlohentld in thl terrs of the said deed
of trust, together with all of the rlighte. ptrivi
lrges. f Ih l IIn m n i I lon. corporfte or oth
nrwise. inclitled in the samel and from whom
soever derived, t urann ot to the said deed of
tl'st estallished in aInd by the decree atforosaid.
Ilnllltudig rights of way. lands, tracks. , bridge..
rmlls, ll of the uengines, cars, tenloers. oiflcom,
rollling stock, tools, ideots. station-houIse, car
hoeIses, tnilhne-houses. Witrehoutsel. freight.
tiouses., water ttlnke, wood hneds, section
houses, wharves. Ilandings. platforms. machine
shops. machinery, tusiness otfioes and fulrnl.
tlre,. is well as all of the fuel. rtirlrlad stores
alnid mlateortia on nhandi, ownet(., i.set( ot cu
plodt for opteratitg or tdoing the hutln.t.s of the
said rallrotad. Also, seven thoulsand on hun
dred and elighteen shares of the capitjal stock of
the I'ontchartraln Iltlroad (Company of the
State of Loutelslana, and the dlecree of the
sald court relative to the nald stock. In
favor of the saul trustl+es sgalnst the
said Ponntchartrain tltalrroal Company, of
date Februarv is. 1T70. with all of the rlghts
conferred to saitd ,omihtIlnants I and by the
said dteoree. And also all of the addlltions, ame
IIloratlons rethacements in, on or to the said
The Now bricans. Mobile and Texas Railroad.
or every nlture antl kind whatsoever, which the
said complalnants may have made as trustees
and recelvers. Including all of the buildings.
works and machinery. lannlions ntd apDur.
tonances of the Creosote Works at West Pasoa
goula. in the State of Mssieltipli.
The said railroad is completed and In opera
tion between the citiesll of Mobile, in the State of
Alar)tmia, and In and throuth the States of Ala
Iam.. Mislstssilp and Lonuisana, to the city of
New Orleans. In the State of Louisiana. being
In lenuth 141 miles, more or loss. exctusive of
Terms and conditions of salo in n.cordance
with the said dlecree. viz: Cash to the hluhost
biddeltr on the slpot ; btt under thoe ldcreo afore
sall a majority or grettetr number of the bond
holders untder the said deed of trust, if they
form an agreement (to be flied with the said
Muster ten t(hls n rlor t the saili) may purchase
all of the saidl property. In aooordance with the
terms of saidI decree.
Any bldder, except t.h said majority of bond
holders or their turhlumasing coonmittee will be
retquired to lDou.sit in the hands of the said
Speoltl Master the sum of sltoo.tI clOIasIh, In tlaw
ful money of the United State lbefore any bid
will Io consitlorid or an adljluicatlon made of
tho said property.
An inventory of the sald property will be
matde and filedt in the Master's off.ce ten d(ays
prior to the day of sale.
EDWIN D. MORGAN and
JAMES A. RAYNOR.
Trustees and Recooeiver.
F. A. WOOLFLEY,
mhllto ap24 Special Master.
In the Circuit Court of tihe United States,
for the l)istrict of Louisiana.
EDWIN D. MORGAN and JAMES A. RAYNOR.
Trustees and Receivers,
THE NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE AND TEXAS
THE NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAB
RAILROAD COMPANY (Successor),
HENRY J. GARDNER AND PETER BUT
LER ET ALS.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE AND IN AO
eordanc with the terms of a decree of
foreclosure entered herein on the fifth day of
March. A. D. 1880. and under the powers con
tained In a mortgage or deed of trust dated
October . 1873 duly made and recorded by The
New Orleans. Mobile and Texas Railroad Com
pany. known and described in the proceedings
as tho second mortgaga, we. Oliver Ames and
William S. Williams. Trustees thereunder, will
sell in bulk and for cash, to the last and high
est bidder.subject however to the liens, prefer
ences and prlorities of the deed of trust exe
cuted by The New Orleans. Mobile and Chatta
nooga Railroad Company of the first of Janu
ary, 1869 known and described in the proceed
ings as the first mortgage, on SATURDAY. the
twenty fourth day of April. A. 1). 1880, at the
entrance to the Custom-House building on Ca
nal street. In the city of New Orleans in the
State of Louisiana, the entire Railroad of The
New Orleans, Mobile and Texas Railroad Com
pany, whether the same be in the cities of New
Orleans and Mobile or between those cities, or
beyond the city of Mobile and within the States
of Alabama and Tennessee. and also all of the
real and personal property described or com
prehended in the said deed of trust, together
with all of the rights, privileges, franchises
immunities, corporate or otherwise. included
in the same and from whomsoever derived.
pursuant to the said deed of trust.
WILLIAM 8. WILLIAMS.
mhll to aD24 Trustees.
THE 8T. CHARLES HOTEL
WILL OPEN FOB THE RECEPTION 01
guests on MONDAY. sixth instant. Iur.
Ing the summer the Hotel was put in thorough
order and many modern improvements intro.
duced to ensure the comfort of patrons. The
house is unsurpassed in all that goes to make
a FIRBT-OLAbS and ELEGANT HOTEL, and
will counnue to merit the popular favor which
has been accorded it in the past.
Parties returning home will do well to cabl
and look at FAMILY BOOMS before locating
nos RTVEBR & RARTTlP
SOLE AGENCY OP THE
TENNESSEE SUGAR KETTLES.
All sizes on hand.
Orders taken for all kinds rf BOILEBB and
SBUl.B-HOUBE MACHINERY, on sDeeifica
tions. L. LAVILLEBIUV]BE,
MO1IOAN'BI KUIBIANA AND T0IPABBAIL.
BB D AiD liTEAMiHIP 0OMPrPAY.
PAbSENg111B ROUTEB FOR OALVETON AND
BTEAMERIt LEFAVE MONDAY. TEHDI)AY
THURHDAY AND HATURDAY.
Passengers take Railroad Ferryboat. foot o
Ht. Ann street, at. 7 a. m.. rowbing Morgan o(ity
at 12 m , there ornnecting with steamore tiviln
from Morgan City. in oonnoition with Morgan'
Louisiana and Texas Raillroad.
FOR INDIANOLA AND OORPUH
Uhrltti - hte+arns leaving Morgan
ity on TUEI8DAY¥1 and 8ATUI WAYS con
nect at Galveston with thn Norfolk.
FOR BRAZOM HANTIAO VIA
Galveston-The Iron steamor
1. ,C. H. RRIM
Will sail from Morgan city
HUNI AY, April IR,
Freight for Brownsville in ipr ;nnt off tariff
exonot grain. whioh Ie alt speial rain.
Through billa lading siagnd to all uolant
on the Houston and Toxrn Oentral and 0. II
and 8. A R. 11. Int. and (rcrat Northern Raill
road. and Now Orlans and Texas Railroad.
man Antoniolo frelghts received and forwarded
via Clinton and Gal.. H. and San Antonio Iall.
Freights for Gonzales. Hallettsville. Rancho
etc. received via Olinton or Ouero.
Llghterago to Corpus Christi and Brazos lli
an) at risk and expensof oonslgneos.
Freight for all the above points received at
the depot of Morgan's Louisiana and Toxme
Railroad. foot of Lafayette street, daily ntil
Tlokets and staterooms seenred until a5 . m.
at agents' offloe, or at the ferrr landing, on
morning of departure.
Through tickets will be isnsued from this ofloe
to the principal points on th Houston. Texas
ntral Railroad on the Internationl and
reoat Northern Railroad. Texas and Paolir
a. A. WHITNEY & 00. Managers,
ct tl Oorner Maannine and Natch-z nat.
C OINCINNATI AND NEW ORf
leans-- Southern Transportatiom
Line--Bteamers of this line wl!
leave as follows:
SOLIIIEN CITY............J. D. inegler mastel
Lnaves TUESDAY. April 20. at a p.m.
R. R. MPRIN.ER.......... . U. Hartr master
Leaves THUKtHDAY. April 22. at s . m.
CHARLEi MOIO AN .......... A. Hteln master
Leaves BATUIDAY. April 24. at at p.m
For Cinoinnattl. Louisville and Intormedlate
landings connecting at Cincinnati with pack.
ets for all polnts above to Pittinurga.
For freight or pasestre apply on board. or to
J. T. BUllD)FEAU. Argnt.
nols tf 18n Gravier street.
S'~'TIE HTEAMEiRH OF TIlE HOUTI.
orn 'rrmmnnportation Linn leave Now
Orlanns for (tln.innatl and all
LilntS on the Ohto river as follows:
THOMAI aHEIIIOCK TIIIIlHDl)AY. April 1
It. P. aRHlINCH ........ATUIIDAY April a
UlIDING NTI M .TA ......TUESDAY. April a
ROI)BH T MITCHEr.II,, THURISDAY. April R
OLDEM lBlt I........ . ATUIDAY. April l0
WILL. KHLE ......... 'UEHDAY. April in
PARI C.. KNOWN..... TIU DAY. Aprill I
OIDE.R I:RIISWN .....MATUItDAY. Aprll 17
IOLDIENl oIIY .... 'IUE'rDAY. April 20
R. R. MPRINGER .... TIIHURSIAY, Aurll
CHAISLESM AIORIIAN. .HATUItDAY. April 24
NEW MARY HOItSTOh,. TUIaDAY. April 27
J. T. BU)RDEAU Agent,
mhl4 it 135 (ravlrr street.
ST. WIUIB AND NEW ORLEANst
Wor St. tou.n and all way landings.
ANNIE P. HILVEI .............8ilver master
Leaves TUESDAY. April .o. at r p. m.
CENTENNIAL .............. Davidson master
Laves THURSDAY. April 22, at a a. m.
JAMES HOWARD ............. Popper master
Leaves SATURDAY April 24. at S p. m.
STHE BOATS OF THIIB LN P&A
partimular attention to all way and
. D. WOOIW. General Agent,
o104 ommon strsy.
Leaves MONDAY. April t1. at 12 m.
SFOR HT. LOUIS, CAIRO (CON
nectlng with Illinois OCntral Itall.
road) and Mom ph Is-The steamer
POer IADSM AND ARSGE.,
Nelson D)avis. master.
will leave as above. For freight apply on
board, or to J. A. BTEVENtON. Agent,
40 Camp street.
Will take freight for the Illinois Central Rail
road and its connertlons. Rapl
BAYOU MBACON AND TrENMAL .
TENSAS AND BAYOU MACON BEGULAB
Leaves TUESDAY April 2o, at S v. m.
S.FOR FLOYD. DELHI. WARSAW
_M_ OCrockett's Point. Egypt. Out-o.,
Westwood. Eureka, Mound Bayon,
Oouter Point and all way landings on Bayou
Maoon and Tensas-The fine passenger steamer
L. V. Oooley master Thos. Knee clerk.
will leave as above. For freight or paassao an.
ply on board or to
BRIT'TON & EPPLER. 12 Gravior at.
dote LORD MoPEAKE.122 Gravler street
Leaves every TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 11
a. m. and SATURDAY at 2 D. m.
, FOR ORANGE FARM POINTE
a-la-Hache Greenwood IPlantation,
Terre aux Beuft and all plantation
landinae-The E ine ant fast steamer
J.A. Bulz master. E. M. Vallette clerk.
leaves as above regularly, returning to the city
early in the evening on alternate days For
freight or passageapvly on board. headolf Ooc
ti street, null
Largest Cotton Cargo on Record!
Compressed by the Champion Press and
stored by Mr. Joseph Cooper.
We respectfully call attention to ship owners
and masters of vessels to the letter below. All
orders for compressing will be promptly at
JOHN B. LAFITTE & CO..
Managers Champion Press. 189 Gravier street.
Messrs. John B. Lafltte & Co., Champion Cotton
Press. New Orleans:
Dhear Sirs-The American shin Alexander, of
which I am master, loaded through the Cham
.lon Press and clears to-day for Liverpool
with the magnificent cargo of 5751 bales cotton,
all under deck-none in cabin or crew spaces
weighing 2,797.197 pounds.
Said vessel is 1118 tons register, and therefore
carries 2502 pounds and over five bales cotton
to the ton. The previous cargoes loaded in
New Orleans were as follows:
Cleared February. 1877. with 4049 bales of cot
ton, weighing 1.825.410 pounds,
Cleared February. 1879. with 4627 bales of cot
ton, weighing 2.132.571 pounds.
Therefore the gain over her previous cargo is
1702 bales of cotton and 1124 bales cotton, respec
tively, and 870 pounds and 594 pounds to the
This cargo was stored by Mr. Joseph Cooper,
stevedore, and will bear the most severe criti
cisms. E. A. COTTON.
DEPARTMENT OF WATERWORKS AND PUBLIC
Buildings. Room 23, City Hall,
New Orleans, April 15, 1880.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived at this office until MONDAY, April
26, 1880, at 12 o'clock m.. for the building of an
addition to the jail-house of the Seventh Police
Precinct. Sixth District, to be used es a police
station for said district, according to plans and
specifications on file in the cffice of the city
surveyor; the work to be adjudicated to the
lowest bidder. The city reserves the right to
reject any and all bi.s. Parties biddina are re
quired to deposit with the Administrator of Fi
nance as an evidence of their intention to
abide by the adjudication, the amount of $100 in
cash. which shall be forfeited to the city in case
of failure to sign contract.
Bidders to whom contract is not awarded
shall have their deposits returned to them on
the day adjudication is made.
Proposals to be indorsed "Proposals !to build
an addition to Seventh Police Jail."
E. B. CHEVALLEY.
Adm inistrator of Waterworks and Public
R_ _ RIVER.
ed Rilver and Tzae,.
NEW R NB AA D RED I pflu.
II R AILW A AND CON) O
nrough bills of lading and through vaspet.
railway stations In Texas.e The et route to
so1u0H1tSprIngs and all landn
In Texason tied River and railway stations
allver Clty. M. N. Wood master.
LeFvos WEDN aHI)AY April 2I, at R p. m.
No wharfboat charges. drarenor ommission
will be char ed at mouth oflBed lver, Bayoa
Sara or at New Orleans. int forwarding fregh
ooInsfgned to the company by bill of ladin
For freight or assge apply on board of the
boats or at the o~c of the coe pany. No, 41
Oam strot. JOB. A AIKE. President.
M. W JOYCE (O6. D. T
J. E. UARLIN. BIRITTON & EPLEB
ja4 LORD & MoPEAK Aents,
.WEEKLY RlED HIVERl PAUKET.'
aves every SATURDAY. at 5 p. m.
, . .. FOB OBAND COItR ALEXAl.
drlga.gFg Bend. Norman Barb..
Ware's and way landings
elegant and new steamer
JEBSE. I I.E.L,
1r Blnnott, master. G.0. Hamilton clerk.
Will leave as above. For freight or passage
apply on board, or to
B. W. ADAMS. 11 Commerclal Place.
P. 8.-No wharfboat charges, o commission,
will be charged at mouth of Bed river or New
Orleans for forwarding freight conalgane to
boat or agent. e
GREENVILLE, VICKIIIUIR AND DENEM .
UNIATD TAT MAIL PACKET.
Leaves every T KDA a t ni
Davis's Bend and Intermediate
William Oampbell master. T. . Iwrd oer
leaves as above. connectlang at rg
Parlsot's Line for all oints on the asoo, u
lower. Deer Creek an dTallahatchie.
. P. WOK Co mercal Place.
. G. WAY avler street,
au EO. IT ravler street.
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET.
FOB VICKSBUBO AND GIREENVILL.
Leaves every THUBSDAY att v, m.
* . .- FOR VICOKBURG. GREENVILJL
and Bends-The new and magnlai
cent 5i senger steamer
Ourt. Holmes master. W. N. Oalmes clerk.
connecting at Vicksburg with Parisot's Line
for all points on Yazoo and Tallahatohie rivers.
Boat reserves the right to pass all landings
that the captain may deem unsafe.
. P WOIiK 0. WAYNE
. W. ADAMS. BROCKETT & CARTER.
BATUBDAY VIUKQfIUIO UNITED BTAT
Leaves every SATURDAY. at P.
FOR VIOKeBURI. DAVIS' BEND.,
k Natchoa and all Intermediate land..
Ings- Thevascnger packet
T. P. Leathers. master. J. F. Muse clerk.
oonneatin at Vicksburg with the Parlsot Line
for Y oo. Tallahatchle and Sunflower rivers
and with Anchor Line for Memphis Cairo
St. Louis. Will glve through bills oflading
Monroe and all stations on the Voksb..
Shreveport and Palifo allroad via Delta.
This boat reserves the right to pass all
I s that the Captain may consider unsafe.
For freight or asseagte aply on board, Or to
JOHN JANNEY, 10e Common st.
J. E. CABLIN .o Common at.
Will sign through bills Iullng to stations em
the Vloksburg, Shreveport and Paciflo Rallroad
at same rate as other boats.
INDEPENDENT S -WEE EOYET W 03
LEANS. 0OA T AN iIV".]H WUB
Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m. and FRIDAY
at lo a m.
• . a FOB WAY LANDIGS ON COAST
and Bayou Lafourohe-The A No. I
Max Blanohard. Master
J. O. Bergeron and 0. J. Blan ohard. Clerks,
will leave as above returning down the
verlv SUNDAY and WEDNEiDAY,.1I da lghl>t.
or frelight or Desaog sport onboard o to
V. ,I BI ARD. 9 St. Luls t.
S. HENO. 2o aontl at.
P. 5. - Goes through to Lockport on the
BEMI-WiEEKLY 'ST AND BAYOU LA
Leaves every TUESDAY at a p.m.. and SATUR
DAY at 10 a. m.
_ _ The Al s~senge4r1aoketa
P A. Charlet master.
Edw. Nicolle. and J. W. Lagrone, clerks.
will leave as apovo. reurning down the onst
every MONDAY and THURS.DAY In ayli ,
For freight or passage avokpply .n fr to
los Decatur, near St. Louls stzeet'
P. B.--Ha a clerk on the landing during tl
day. at the head of Blenville street, to reoeve
freight. __01 noie
TRI-WEEKLY UNITED STATE5 MAIL
PACKET TO GRAND ISLE.
T DAVID HOSTETTER.
O. S. Burdatte master.
Will leave head of Harvey's Canal every
TUItSDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAI at
Leaves Grand Isleevery MONDAY, WEDNESF
AY and FRIDAY at a. m.
DFare s so; meals fifty cents extra. aDl tf
REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU BARA A
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATUBDAT
at a 0, m.
FOR BAYOU BSARA WATERLO
Hermitage, Port Hickey. Baton
inm--.Bouge and Plaquemine-The fast an
splendid passenger steamer
JOHN W. CANNON,
John O. Libano master. J. H. Mosd olerk. :
Clinton and Woodville freights ashied Wed.
nesday reaoh their destination Friday even.
10iInton and Woodville freights shipped Satu.
da reach their destination Monday evening.
For freight or dssage apply on board or to
GEO. D H iTE 142 Gravier street.
BRIITTON & E'PLER. 182 Gravier street,
LORD a MuPEAKE. 122 Graver street,
auen9 . G. WAYNE. 82 Gravier street.
BAYOU SABA SEMI-WEEKLY PACK.
, FOR BAYOU 8AIA. WATEL,
Hermitage. Port Hudson Lobdel
Store. Baton Rouge and Plaquemin
EDWARD J. SAT,
X. J. Brown master S. S. 8Streek clerk,
leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at .
returnin. every WEDNESDAY and SUNDA,
For freight or pass leN ao. on board or to
J. E. OCARLlN,6o0Ma mnestreet,
jysi JOHN JANNE. 106fo n tree
REGULAR UPPER COAST TRI-WEEKfL
Leaves every TUESDAY. THUBBDAY and
SATUBDAY at 11 a. m.
FOB DONALISONVILLE AND
all upper coast landings-The fine
and fast Dsnasnger stglmer
(In place of the De Nmet.)
Frank Ottendorner master, T. Ottendorfer clerk.
will leave as above, returning down the coast
Sundays. Wednesdays and Fridays in dayligh
For ireit or aee a DDI on board or to
de L EJ. UOMEAUX. 20 Conti street.
WHITE STAB LINE.
SEMI-WEEKLY UPPER COAST PACKET TO
,~ THE FiNE AND FAST PAFEN
J. A. Comstook master Geo. M. Woods olaLr
Leaves EVERY MONbAY at Dp. m. and FBI
DAY at.11 a. m. for Planquemine. rcturping
down the coast WEDNESDA) S and SUNDAYS
For freight or peass""ea C on streer to
8. B10 so Contlitreet
A clerk will be found dilyat the head 0
Bienville street to renelve freight. oess t
FOR SALE-THE S I'EAMAOAT
RA IS P. HOUNTZ.
Will sell to good parties on easy
terms, payments to bear interest.
For further particulars inquire of
*C L. BRENNANR
Sat Eoaavae oo nvij tre.
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