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TUESDAY MORING, 'DBCEMBBU 22, 18.
low that rhe crackers, and Roman candles, sad
sky rockets are to be the order of things for ten
days to fome, we do beasech you, young people
as old, to be earetL Osapowder, as you have
doubtless hbard, is apt to explode, and, In exz
plpdog produces an atmospherio commotion
whisk hb bees knows to operate unlhvorably
upo the human lystem. Now, Ii all elUStrity,
we advise cation. It will be sapleasant for the
repoeter to ebr ole easealties-eye pet out,
eads ud Itbes bursed, fngrrs shot off, and all
that kind of tg-and he drops this little word
oif warallng, h,,peful that yoeungsters will be care
1fl with their Cºrtstas Are crackers, for, to
ddiee to the physlel lls resultng from jive.
ale earsleuaee en this pat. greater oees have
eeearred in the shape of burned houses or run
away istds. Be earefuL The superntesadsnt of
police hba forbidden the ring of fire crackers in
the viclnity of the shipping, or where cotton is
piled on the levee. This Is an excellent precau
A few days aga false wife died t the lodg
lpge. is this city, of a mue for whom she had left
hesaand sad child. Hr llness and death, anad
eves her presence Is New Oriseeawese askanow
to the husbend, who was but a few squares die
tset. Not nai after the bricks and mortar of
Gresaweod Osetery had closed upon her re
ales did hehear of her death, and then only by
asual means. After recovering from the shook
I the and news, be hastesed to the lodgings of
his wife's seduewr, hoping to Bid some memorial
of relenting for her shameful dserton of home
sad family. Aa the penst and uardian of his
lyrr surviving cild, his wife's heir, from whom
he i now asppiated by the Atlantic Ooom, the
wrespd heb ad took posseieso of tie efeot. of
the deeeed, pared them to his own rooms and
emmeu d the sad work of searching for
the piatures o herselt an d chid, and also for some
hped-for lettor or ote of contrition and arfec
Ion to himelf but all in vale. She had died and
left so si neflreretorregard. Wasy littlegifts
ad memorls's of happer day were found to
draw the slgh sad tear of half murdered aleotlom,
bt nothing d console or assuage a crushilng grief
The husbad ad sedoer are both I this eity.
The piture of the later hagp near the death
bed of the woman. The plotores of the huband
nd chal eauot be fod.
In olden when romae d a iry able
were reailtin rad m lived a world peopled
wih eohaptr t witan k, when aeg ring
gaa their: eipernarnl power, and pgbll
e eold ea Imasers all over the w orld a
the twiklif ai ego, It was pedible for a per
o to bela tio plaes at the sioe h, oithout
ezetg uay Ip woder. Bt that ach a
ting has oooirred In this proesai ulaetaoth con
tir is som l noticable. Yet such is the
hot. Te PI ue's speell, active, enterprialg
ad uel Wsingts orrmpeades t ester
day telgrapd the: "MlirlOea.0 oaie ha ar
aied he lroi oNew Orleans," ad adds, to make
menrs dcly eare: "It is understod that
h n dawtklgehsges hr the ianp eemea by
oarees of 3,de Drell, of the U. 8. Court in
Lealeg, lSer'aigsde.aepr s."
Now, Mir. aea was i oew Orleas yestor-[
A- t · m ii h u rL. ** sh ·L DIl -F
says, ash wa, in Weashingta drawing up arges
gllt . Jsdg& Dreiluhewa en hae te r
o IresssLi City. Is nat hee somethng cut of
th commo tracLk? bomthi t sh al be
ebrealoled among the strapn thing. of the age ?
thee is wy to sole the diloey, bat that
bypotbssls seme toe absord to be etrtalao.
It may he that the Piclaylu man ws almnke.
Ts is hardly pebls, bhut sil it t ight have
hppesed. Mrs. Oise was erinnly in New
Orana yesterday-tha we un vouch for; ba
she was a IL W ashteSoa, for te Pl eassape
so. We must either belie that Irs Ges was
s two place at ace, or ald that the Piyne
o mistake. Oane Ide irbarly less iproble
sal moastromm than the other. We oant tiks
hoiespealbdity of dedlg. Our aders mol
determine fr theamlves.
It is a m isb b pes that a eaitr is a
pIb o o iwib toeo end beer other people, at
lesatsena p m thiL Se There isa oriL
elam h, set plae d l tm emsi
ad who, lauh ei er at "ths e are a
abe pewesus asd jthseyiB$ the S when
:eser m y a is dme mai a pore ham
she me. I4*e * do er eepa hs tabu t, how
es etf R t kbe auhlaceadsh maet a.r
) s ttb ti !lb, alan be tefrhl a.
*eep es. pale ho w fl r
eaWil sh to w* pretlaes
aiIbe t hus, e we i k
ilt Cl A tdbt i and JthekiOe
bus hem who allow ens eubes in
e ae * o d epeeed, e nd tcktsute
the nsrA ebaesl utrihe newsberys lsry,
where will have praeeticed apoe him the sama i
Sreel torture with which he mnde is fdelow |
: beegs ramble when be sat in the parqaett.
bnral easrs of highway robbery ocearriag on
- eady alght we r reported to the sep ted
eat of peoee yesterday by paesea who had
been tappel o the steei a te, way boe- |
ward, eld robbed of watehes or moeey ao both.
Now, have not mattenrs ease to srpretty pass ..
whea bthem i s an as fUre tly take place, I
Sand-get ot excite our spedlul weeder? Is there
eta remarkable apathy dplayed by every ow
ea thie sbjeot atil the matter is brought forai. I
M byhome to bl in the frm of a footstep In ia
abamber at aighter a rsea springleg oat apen hIM
n the sidewalk to deosed his mosey or bin Itb t
Are people to be protected by hugging the de.a
dye phantom of hope, maiw these publio meune
shall have robbed them out of house sad hom ?
In the Western towa vigilance committees have
been operating, and encoesfully. to drive away a
the thieve. express robbers and burglars. Is a
New York, of late, the polee and the courts haue
waged as unrelentiag warfare agaleit the pick
pockets and feolows of that ilk. Is it, then, to be d
wonderedat that, with our aal winter climate, b
our poorly peile~ e trte, car orowded popola- I
i tio at thisseasoa, and oar lack of a vagrant law
to attract them, these fellows should have taken |i
hither their light to prey upen the communlty, to |
steal, garrote, kill, if necessary? We leave
these question to the reflective among our read
ere, coeadeatthat they, with us, will feel the ne- I
cesity of costant vigilance and prompt, eurnet t
It is mlggeted that a committee of the educated
people of Jeoerees city and viokdt rvise the a
orthography, syntax and prosody of the street
lgaser te., to that suburb, sad to fu stead by
the artist employed in their embellishment to N
check his reduadarles ao well u to see that he a
does net fall shert of the fall requiremate of the M
spellig book and grammar. Let the committee
gently hint, among other things, that Cyprere is a
not spelled with ne s, and that the names of streete ft
are not necessarily followed-or especially oron- A
mented by apostrophes. While upon the subject
it would be lnteresting to saeertain how Prytania it
streem sof Isroib.a u.. e, mBin bward az pi
"Pryteees" street, and whateavansuperinteaded m
the lettering of the gas lanpe.
It Ie stated on good authority that thieves when p
asked for their photographs invariably reply with to
Scene, Chartres street. Time, high noon. A P
drove of turkeys pas by with stately tread, or ci
pioking their'way over the muddy pavement with t
the step of a milkmaid hopping from stone to bl
stone in a miry cow yard. High upon the box of G
an elegant two-horse establishment sits a sleek G
darky, arrayed in coachman' livery; proud, bi
pompous, gorged with the remnants of his em- a
ployer's good dinners; looking down with con di
temptooens selfadoleacy upon the common world /
abouth bim; bek, very black; eyes very wideopen. ti
Misses ia the store shopping. Coachman waiting bj
for her to comeootand ay, "Drive home, Peter." G
Just then small boy passes. Bees turkeys, aad
thinks of breast bone and white meat and starf
fing. Looks up and sees coachman on box. fo
Coachman pretends not t' observe dat small boy 43
lookin' at him; fixes his white eyeballs on de 0
Cathedral spire. Boy hesitates; looks again at
iarkeys; then addreseee oachman, and says tem- h
Idly, "Ask tim how much they are apiece." r
Healthy niggr looks down, borsting with indig- Ti
nation at bo)'s uappreciation ; curls his lip; for.
gets all about Cathedral spire, and may, pertly: eb
" Umph, ask Um youeelf if you wants to know so lei
bad." Small boy vanisher; turkeys ditto. Sambo 8t
remains waiting the ooming of misses. m
Because a young man lives on Rice street, does e,
it follow that he is &fast man?
Mrs. Gaines is now, so we are Informed by in. W
telligent and dililent telegrammers, engaged in O
exploiting Congress, in order to procure the im- I
peebsne ot Judge Derel. Mrs. Gaines is at tO
rally anxious to get posseeslon of the fortune to P<
sacrne from the large property which she aske to
the law nlacotinetly to wrenoh from the innocent I
persons who suppose themselves to be ts owners, H
and to place it In her long expectant hands ; bur it hi
does not follow from her disappointments that or
judges who do not happen to take her view of the to
ase ought to be summarily impeached. More. bi
over, Mrs. Gaines is unfortunate in appealing to d
the United States Congress to take up her cause. DI
The just and •satral iference of every impartial
person is that any person threatened wath ima- o
peachmet at Washlngton, must be an innocent gr
and persecuted Individual. a
EDITOIIAL PARAsR APRS, ErC. wI
Glorlaus old John Owens is t Chicago. t
Frrgut doeines a Gotham b Lanquet.
Bothohild eft over a ton of boads anddeed.
Forr~a t in drawingI Immensely in Boesto. In
BHelen Western died in poverty.
Dsine is Icoking up In Mobile.
V. Emanuel is rheumatic.
La Grg is singing la opera in Washington.
EzxPredent Pierce is quite ill again. ia
Phblllipe thinks it isever too late to impeach.
Rio Janeiro cotblan 26,000 Freach.
I aes ezpects to have the Astrisa emprem f
as vinitor this wister.
The Boston Poet pgllantly.eayJ: "Women have
no grater weeknse for drem than men."
New Havens has jest had Ol Bell, Kellolg ad
The pet bear on Boston Common killed and hI
Sbreskhfasted on one of the der, Bnday morning.
A Wamhingtoe dispatch to a Radical paper re- se
pert the prseldent to bela favor of eislng obb.
The ltimore ght polie are to be served i
with hot cofibe during the cold weather.
IHoward in at the Astor-O. O.-[New York
IA grea room thief, at Portld, stole a seven
aeled gila w Eke M~ . L. Davompert.
Dros ecats, fheed wlth maore tique, are now bh
Si New York at
The prettat girl in Norwlch, Coan., works for
a ing-'ad never had a bea.
Blneritya,ays Mr. Emraes, le the shot chor
W.s.,'s stays are much worn by Par ad
Chanhan is playtgl "' Sm," you know, i Mo. h
Wy~lkof has bu writing to Foray's Chroile
ia def*se of Napols IlL
Th Cuba rebels e feeding their haree with G
u ca one, sad tklg the eae . as fa m It
Osr~ av.--BUser's horsen "Anbe" in deed.
Sw m t one time thei g to b me Atet hre
i th ecoutry.
Ge. Howard ha bees matered esm major
gthmlof 'o ters, eme hi hec in sak
eIra. D. W. Veere, n repeaor e to a reede
a Oxford, Miss..a oate 14th, delwvere a rie
al elegruat address. gosng peolealhe
erel D. B. B1 smn in in msgdao f
Per that he is a "H keomb-pro pely- s
A bash female in Prui Olipped Me tad
thm tmhawi o Geerg Wiamb cefer a
S bo the Beuthean Zes aompeya, eal
Sin eeaeo o fo t leem Ci mm t, Ldb,
m *eat, ****ine,,bb enL t
nOatar Mrts.,i , ss inea eies, , bar .
eeved aba helm - a tla that ah areu
aet of th epeseb n er of Netiea war see
is seedy visible ain re I aresad eoddwaoe
r Ameriea seerrities.
Twety ears ago Queen Viete o hated t he
Tories. Now she abbses Res end ol auose,
smd almest lowe Derby Diral
Mr. and Mrs. esoeteslt rmae their last appiSr
asee se the stage In Debin, Nov. 28. Hereafter C
e is to be wholly''terary." C
A Weslsgtee dispateb to th lepublihes says ,
e" your seosr sey they we ret alnow any 0on.
Sresidetestpet-beggr to be ens e" c
The president is warmly beeged for Hooker's
late peio. in the army. The Maryland delegd
tie wan it given to Stoesea. .
tanton has resumed his law praetlee, and say a
Shoi out of politics.
The Senate has ooirmed ChLats H. Poor as
rear admiral nl the avy.
Bosten has decided to invest a million dolsars i
an avenue one huedred feet wide.
S Has Senator Unmmr invited the Hon. Mr. Men
Sod,. (eolered) member of Congress from Altoii -
e ass. to take a Christmas dinuer with him ?-- Bo
A special dispatch to the Pleayune says Mrs. u
O Gaes "is drawing charges for the impeachment
by Congres of Judge Dnrell, of the U. S. Court
in Lonisians, for alleged corruption."
r Mrs. Ereetine L. Bo presents her remedy for f
n Infanticide, whclh, . ong other things, propose.s i
to make the fathers of illegitimate children recog
Ise such childr as legitimate.
The Franklin (La.) Banner is for sle for $8000.
It is worth fhr more money to the public under i
t the managemeat of Mr. Dennett, and we shall be
sorry to have It pa from his hand.
I have seen and hard, ,sys Aube, many sing.
I ers; I remember C atalan, Pasta, atllbrea, Grist
a and Boatn ; buht I mver hberd e proest as artist
Sas Patt; as for her voooe, it is withoet flaw. t
SA story has recently btemssetaet that Morshal
SNey was once a captain in the revolutionary o
Sarmy ; sad that for challengin Gen. Wayne, Gen.
o Washington struck his name from the army list.
I The Washington correspondent of the Ceoiina
I anti Commercial thinks there was no foundation
a for the reported corruption in the matter of the A
t It is said Miss Evans' forthcoming romance was
a inspired while the fair authoreas was saying her t
prayers, when the whole plot lashed through her
I mind. w
Napoleon generally drives a quiet turnout, 21
a high carriage drawn by two fast horses, qi
sad generally wears a gray overcoat in order to C
look like Napoleon I. t
Some of the girls employed in the treasury de- w
partment are said to " have complexions like the d
creamy tint of autumn apples, and a velvet glis
ten to their eyes never seen outside of mixed m
The Evening Express says that the friends of
Gen. McClellan, in Washington, say that he will th
be offered the secretaryship of war by Grant, be th
cause of his admiration for McClellta, and his a
desire to show the country that he is not a partisn. t
A very general gttiffation is expressed that of
Mr. Stephens has signified his intention to aooept t
the chair of belles lettrse recently voted to him cc
by the board of trustese of the University of a.
Georgla.-[Savannah Republican. is
A New York correspondent thinks the eiroula- e
tion of the New York morning dailies is aboutas d
follows: Herald, 35,000; Soa, 47,000; Tribune,
43,000; World and Times, 35,000 each; Star, 13. •2
000; Democrat, 7000; Journal of Commerce, 2500. th.
In New Orleans the young gentlemen are in the m'
habit of turning back and looking after all the giI
pretty yoooung ladies who pass them on the street. th
They should let by-gones be by-goons.-[New b
York Mail. let
Rev. F. Erbam Zincke, one of the queen's de
chaplains, and a vicar at a country place in Eng. of
land, has written a book about the United States. fd
Be s. A mericans don't eat faster thee English.
men ; that they are not talkative or Inquisitive, ri
and that they are far more helpful and civil to a'
each other than Englishmen are. C.
Ia his last manaisall, tiitoe blloetla to the et
World, Train says: "Have ordered the hotels in b
Omaha to be set on fre. That blase will beaco en
Irelann to liberty, Eginand to her doom, America fc
to the empire of the world. Mens sana in co.*.
pore ano. Turkish baths. Tell the truth. No Cl
tobacco. No whisky. Never say die. I still tit
Uncle Paerm is pre-eminently a self.made man. 1
His unnatural old mother quarreled with him it a
his infanry, but, like an Iniant Hercules, he struck
out and kicked her shias so badly, she coneluded tb
to leave him alone. By strict attetion to his own W
busirets, he accumulated a vast fortune, but,
speculatintag deeply in the wool trade, he got into
debt to the extent of $3,000,000,000.-[New York th
A Herald correepondat recently had a conver- co
satlon with John W. Menard, the colored con- th
grmman elect from Loouisiana. He is said to be
a rather preposseing mulatto n appearance.
He denounced the carpetbaggers in Congress, to
who had snubbed him since his arrival, although in
they were warmly devoted to him before the oleo. b.
tie, sand he seemed to think Gov. Warmoth in.
tended to withhold his eartificate.
At the LeVert-Reab wedding in Trinity Chapel
in New York, on the 16th, the bride wore an elab
orate mrsli draes, with an immense train edged p
with three rows of fluoting. The skirt was com Ni
posed of alternate narrow tucks and puffinage of
insertion. The waiet was decollet anddd edged with
lace. A lace underwsist fastened at the throat. a
& wide white satin tah passed arounn the waiet,
and fateed behind. he carried a large bouquet
of flowers, and a wreath of orage blossomo fe Al
toed the e tothe head. m
The World has commenced an exposition of
Irocers' swindlaes in New York by sending a spe- I
cial reporter, assistod by a competent housekeeper, a
to make purchases of articles of ordinary house
hold consumption and thereafter to test the
weight or measure of these articles by meae of Ri
sealed measures and officially verified scale, and Di
nalso of employing a oompetent chemist to ana- f
isoe auticlee, with an eye to the discovery of
adulterations. The average swindle 'amons to to
·nfb epercent. of the price of the articles par '
Commodore Meade, eince his release fraom a
asyutm f* the inane, published a card 1 whlhi oc
be sJy: " As tbe pieces of lver given to Judas
eo1eosysn saw mouvrsuor es nDeryal er eae u
Vior of Maniad, aN did the marwriae of my D
daughter the morning atle my entrapmet shed
all the light needed upoln that astrolty." His un
weloome sonin.o-law, Charles K. Iandis, hasu writ
Sten a letter to the ew Yw k Herald, stateg that
the so aemeat of the ocommodore was foted
from motives of humaulty and nt to promote his t
(Landry's) marriae. NeIther he nor his wife
had any hand in It, but it was approved of by Se- si
retrmy Wellas, Gea. Meade othes aeaquainted S
with the mental condtlion of the commodore. t
The Chiago ' oem-day preys meetlag" hadm
Ge. Orant under sooMeraton recenatly. An
aged brother remarked that he had Jas been a
conaveratg with Gem. Grast, d he felt assared
that, from his poeMles as pridert elet, he t
aedod praytg for mee than sr p mm em the
eat, Bev. . Dr. Vn Dre, after adling In e
.ume. r, reeonaehls plfel emolene ta Ge. t
soImt didnt tetrobesetrethieahnth. Tea
tMe remvrd detor a isI a sroll s emld red
u thumem a premble ad oesientes, mewi he
IB ena. Gmat dW ah bed emle to s e.
Ssem by traeing t Cti-sge emE ma y. Osemel
thwii mMe hod atlislalinhu aLm mre dmm am
m aisees Mu-e-, be, e- -n-e-- s-mp oe be
mh seinleset be - mln h r aOm es
ea awbskp Imee b bad uases themse in E
ll geYM IA m saIe s ehae.a mt.
a to the ubei i the st qulilty ml
ar naaeelsoh a apesos.-Masn
Strlsalsl-t Ve T ageS .llb t
The Jelowilg Md tf 1 Maprie cOt
were delvesud aerder, a 0 hbseah easel: I
iv secmsairi seee V. w, :e.mV
Mo. Idl--Cltssee' Iasl. appeYee, e.. RH
CIUrt an " a r f
the reeted ebeam that ths osesMe apes the
coe of th st of mestm ha as datee whie
ihae deIe bhi duty usae she oery he powel,
we m esasled 'that this opy w ras f ed,
SsadM o m , le,. woe set t s ruhsasse to
stap instrumeate weat insle Whi, that is
spr to Osgahe I. 1881 t. . B Stateo at
large, vol. 12, p. 476), sad therefore requiel ao
s As to the second polnt, the mil proMiUo a
of the freeloeureof mortgage to Ivoked s
by the appells, we removed by geeral orders
o. 113, headquarters depamrtat of the gulf,
series of 1864, 4.the text of which may be fomId in
full in the opinion of thi cort athe easo of
Oraham vs. Tt 18 As., p. 64, aid of whloh
wowe will nh ] notice. Laafear vl. Messier.
S18 An., 497. It I- uneeee , Ihee, t6 consider
Swaht woul hs been the of eder eo. 15, t
if It had remained sarepeled.
We perceive no error In the judgment aspe.led 4
from, sad t is therefore ordered ad adjldged
Sthat the sam be sarmed wlh se.w.
BY ASODCIATS JUWICB n. K. W- .. .
No. 1610-W. L COashg vs. W. J. Mickle & Co.
and H. C. ompso--Appel .ifth District
Court of New 8. WhMlker for appel
iats; r. D. Btosmeta, Jr., for ppelloe.
SThe amout being below 0, the 60 sep l
dismissed with ruts.
A reherg a as refud l thi esae:
No. 6803-. W. Clapp er d owner of
the sbheeser Carrier A , appelaat w. J. W.
Stastesb 0., appelles-Appeal free SiMth .
triset Court of kew Orlsses.
N1 a 8-Mlhe Wilseso v. Js. 3e easist al.
of Coecorhe. ReherIat Istied.
No. Mo-- Mrgrot Wilum v we. John K.
poeth, her hsbead, ad the osesoieos of loets
Watsoa, intervenor. A roheerig grated.
Dy can JUorTIZ Jr. J. oaLUDSLm.
No. 1327-Lo-eaI Miller, widow Goleshoet, vs. tU
Ament Boogisux, curator, sad his wdf. Os re v
In May, 1868, this court deliveed as opinio in p
this case, reversing the judgment of the court ri
a quo and dbmimelg the smat on the greed that
the Secoad Ditrlct Court of New Orleans was ac
without jrtidletion radione matsria. Os the
32d Jane, 1868, a new bearing was graeted on the J
question of Juriadiotion.
The planttif aIlege that o was married to
Claude Golchoanes on the 8th Jsly, 1863; that
there was a marriage contrest betwea them S
which contalned the followlg elas : "Es Ee e.
sideratlo du futur martage t poor as deaner O
une preuve de I'attachement que les future 6poax le
as portent, iis so foot per lee pr6eoates donation
metaelle et Irrevocable as serviaat d'eax, de re
touo lee blens dont as composere l. suoeo on j
do premourant.n" That C. Guicbosaet died on the o
2d July, 1865; tbhat te socesuloa was opened in w
the Eecond Distriot Court of New Orleoas, aad
that mid A. Rougses obtained th eoarutonship of
said succerioa by fale'y aad fraudulently pro p
tending to be a oreditor. That sid Boagiiu. p
having thus obtained possesloon of the property 4
of the succession of Claude Galohonaet. oased it
to be sold, and after payng the debts of the on
cession he appropriated the balance of the asse, bi
amouating to i3326 50, to the payment of a cer
tan amortgage note for 81,000. said to have been -
executed by the sid Gulehoasot beri A. Boa
dousquie, on the 31Sat May. 184, in favor of Mal tr
vins A. Marie Castels, wife of Amas BouIleux.
She further alleges that her mild busbaad dd not
execute the aforesaid obligation sad mortgae ;
that Clnade Guoihosaet never borrowed say H
money whatever from sid MalviLs Ameathe Boae t
gleux, and that be never had ay money to lend :
that the nets a d mo tgge, i :proved to have th
been ignued by salcule aneal ase Fe, fraud
lent and simulated, and made for the purpose of
defrauding your petitioner of her lawful rights.
The court, after going through a large amout
of authorities and applying the same, decides as N
We agree with the judge a quo that the plain.
tiff has fully established her right under the mar
rbage contract to all the property of the deceased g
'fter payinl the debts agasist the suoooesoa.
C. C. 316, 2308, 2309 and 2311; Creswell vs. Levy
et al.. 19 A.. 629.
It b therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed
that the judgment rendered bl this court in this dl
case on the 18th May, 1868. be set aside. It is
further ordered, adjudged and decreed that the
judgment of the district court, so thr as it de- ri
clares the plaintiff to be the aurviving sponse of
Claude Guochonnet, deceased, and as such ea
titled to bhi entire estate under the marriage coa dl
tract. and that the claim of Amast Boagleux for
112.000 s fictitious, null and void, be adrmed,
and that said judgment be reversed and assailed
In all other parts.
It is further ordbred.adjudged sad deemed that
there be judgmeat in favor of Louisa Miller. M
Widow Guicha nnet, and against AIant Bongleux,
curator of the succesmion of Claude Gedohoanet, n
for the sum of 83326 50, being the remainder of
the proceeds of the sale of the property iaves
toried after the payment of SWe debts of the suo
ceslon, with five per cent per anum interest
thereon from 14th pril. 1866, till paid.
It lt further ordered that the right of the plain
tif be reserved to proceed against . Boagleu
and MalvinL A. Bougis for property belonging A
to the eucaoesson of Claude Gaulhoanet. and not
inventoried, which may have been appropriated aB
by them or either of them.
It is further ordered that A. RBoglsux, curator,
pay the ooste of lower oeart, sad that plastatt ad
apellee pay the cost of the appeal. * ,
T A 5oCIuB JCUSTICS 5. o. ,rvLSI.,. o* f.
No 1636-B. Y. Chambrg vi. BlooaGeld &
Steel--Appeal from the Poorth Diltract tourt of in
New Orleaso-Henry J. Leovy for defeedats -ad tC
appellaats; D C. Labett for piiatf. to
The imonas I costroversy L this case belel Is.
has 860,. the motion to dimile the appea be
suatained with costs. In
sY AsocIATn JtSTCIs J. o. TALIArnsO.
No. 174--David R. Graham vs. A. H. Doean- -
Appeal from theim Filk Disltrke OoCourt-Thas. Gil
more for appellee; Mar & Feats for pellast.
The sum clhimed in this ca being les than
$540, this eourt bha n t jaritsdie in the matter.
It a therefore ordered that appellst pay es of r
DY AeOCIATE JstrCU W. 0. WYLr. p
No. 1846-Henry Myer vs. Peter Mullen: F.
Ries, gerheoe, appellant-Appeal froa Bixth x
Distriot Gourt of New Ureue U. G. L Breghna a
for appellne; F. B. Chamberlain for Bies, gar- (J
Pla.in has filed l moti to el thea ppeal
taken ia this cane by F. fle, piraelm, o the P
groud that this eort has no jariodl ls, the
amount belagI les than 600.
No. 138-J. . Cotton vs. Jioei Pilkles. .i
N.e 1061--AbrLaham C. Myr, testate, ex of
No. 1862-W. 8. Pike vis. 8tate of Louisia.
r AssocAmT Jcren w.e.e. wmwr.
io. 160--The Sate of Leoleiss, on the rels.
tics of Cbhamplian et ale. v Jaudg of the Seenad
District Court of New Orleas
io of exaadr Garde. klesee i the N
taken fres that .J o
Whilst ais p i wr s the slters t
m oadSe a moest s slliluSW saei s sa
tha tLh er oel'er o ead rn e s
muc i red Slise as
whet- ea t assi etpk l ' y
neee om s is o
rI oes, eMe__ eme o. t et
e * th ob e as as 01
- i a the debem d seommo8m. however
Its as perpe of del s e Amade of th estafte
H .ee t rs. The whole eot the
tot ht 9d9M MA tX
I t Y. w be 1 1 eag irnqpe an
m ldmm mmpe ne e e. s.. ipýdS
M, ~r AsCfsle sen0a w. v. sou.
to o. 1413- Ie asd LM.. Mar v. i Blooe.
for bill o o IOOd sold ad doivemu e to duloodeat .
Nov. S ,th b. T DM bis l taid a-lP
* o r that that usted a poir betwosa n
r the pistonl sad himself is reofr o o i e goods
wboe prtio laseed for, ai also I. refreace to
of The vlw wboesve taba of tho eoen reade it a
oh e secir to omer the plea of p.eorilpttl a
er tray i o glives to i ded ad dajdgd
15,that jadgemeat appeale hem be eme d,
and that then ho jadgemao dimentog lb olds
ýd pbW ith omens is both edsrto, vemrving. h
S hooo twe arn,it rt he a ee for a eattemeat of
thew traamctrlo m a omdeed thume of a prit
O. ~y Anaemu Jlmnce J. e. TYAsmUao.
t No. No1 --Wolf & MPoto vs. Natel h l Marko
Tir hare 'as.ers e tpea of New Oeets. Ap.
Is eal from th POrth Dio _ COurs of New Or- e
,es. o M. Cor apr appd tos nd emry B.
Kelly fer defeaunlt and appeleat.
of thi salt oi heea p,o I~orfMes ,
w that the prmpeeimesl assest of tho less whick
the asp.os bo d to es fore to N274 0r. i
mere Iimr o o
T lee was elemated ape the valeo of the e
K. goods New Orleos. We do sen o°me* r t a
aveleeO as evdoose o 8 t les o ofthe
oue- alt, o8aoo o0
Is is, theroere, ordered tet s jemet of
s. the diot eourt beo aeulled av o id re- o
- veod, oad is ordeetad that iim lt be .bm es
ed withoet prjlfde the platW t ad appelees
in paytog estis bt sonre. Peraso's om law
art raceo, vol. 2, p. 7l a aetolI R. 442, 1 Martin 128.
at Mr. Jsrtice Howe bs n ull ee ogaged to t
as casee took no pert Is thi ilon.
he No. 1348-Jno. L Murison & Co. vs. Andrew
he J. Butller. Rheaueig refused.
to BY ASeOCuA JTt . L nowELL.r..
t No. 1280-Wa. C. Bud, appd e, yv. Jeomph
n Stanseo; Era Y. J. Stiso. ieterveero and appol
a. last. Appeal from Third Ditiot Court of New es
or Orleeas-Ws. L Murphy for plalatiE mad appel- %b
Lx lee : Alex. T. Steele for appelleat
S This case, on motn to disimf as to whloh a
I. rebhearing was grted, and o the smerits. The A
Sjudgment of diaml set aslde, and on the he
Smant the judeatesof the lower court is atrmed
in with Costs.
Id aY ASiOoIAyD JUTorIC w. o. Iwaro.
f No. 1374-Jae. Joseph Jone vs. Pellos Jery of
Parish of Orlea, ight beak. Apeal from
tiath Ditriot Court of New Orl .aeo, Pos
t ainff sues to renoe damages for alleod
s breach of coattact. Mv ogo
r- The evidence seems to be o confioting and us es
t0 satisfactory that the eads of justioe require this s.
oase to be roseaded to the distriot court for new
trial, appelle to pay costs.
]r AaiolA JUSTroCE W. W. OVwE.
No. 1365-A-ara Asell. ve The Board of
y Health of the State of Loutlana. Appeal from S
m. the Third District Cort of New Orleasm. to
: In mthis oe the almonst Is dispute bhog leee
re o t t thn le therefore orteraed at the appeal
a be ditoaned with costs.
IY ASi ocIATIsJUaICI J. 0. WALLs&asa.
No. 1l891-Cha. LSoener & 0P . . T . Joese
A Sos. Appealp from teThud srilt Cor of
w New Orlomem. lI
r Miller and Beatingtoa for appelasa; Ruadolph,
( S1gletoa and Brow" for appelleato. 6
Ya ASSOCIATE JIeIcs A K. HOWELL. ch
No. 1439 -P. Morere vs. P. O allsar. 4.
d The amount betag less thee 1500, the appeal Is e
is lhmissed with costs.
s ST AeaOCIuTa JSTIC n. E. uOWuuL. am
a No. 106-Mers Margaret P oadatine vs. Pat
rick Balpin. Appeal from the Ffth District
Court of New Orloeas. i
'The moa t blog less than $500, the appeal ft he
dismissed with coats.
r No. 1381-Arne B. Wilkinas vs. Glali & PerF
Sgon-Appal from Fourth Distrits Court. i
ASo. - t abreham C. Myers, testaometry elx- s
ectoer of the estate of D. . Tw h, vs. Ju e
r Mitchbell. Rharig refued.
c No. 1429-Ma G. Bhaw, wife of ATo Hill, 1
t vs. tiherlffof Orleaes. Rar rn o. a
No. 1-T.'*1. Leo vs. Levi HabbelL Rehear- ,
S No. 106--Chetraly & Hemn vs. eity of Jefer.
son. Rehearing reaomed.
IY ctar1, JU ICSlo J. . IEOLDN . ms.
S o. 1868-J. B. Etoheverry vs. . B. L mm is
K Appeal from Fifth Distrit Court of New Orleam.r
SWa. H. Heat and C. E. Whitney for appoete ;
iSeastick Ega for appleoat. Appeal dlmtlsed a
and appellant pay ooets.
DY ASSOCIAT JVeTnE sowI.
Bttea So reisuol of Geor g . OL l vs.e Jadge
of the Mth Ditriot Court for the perLsh of Or
& The relor preys tht writ of Mtm mu espy
f u, directedto the of the Sith Ditrio
ad Court for the parh of O n, commeadlne him
s NB. Dinoad y a. George L Cal.
a The mersat of thin ootroverey for eoo are uot
la wlved th epploato. The oy qestlos
ft whether the defeedeet, relatoer t th proee*d.
tls at bar, Is entitled to a empodve appeal from
- the jdlment relted In bln podtiioa.
S he nmeat reeds a follows:
" It moered that the wrN at quo arr-anlo
of roegalmd a the gal ch of o 1 of Low
Orbem, san that a writ of eal g a am wa
prayed te la the pele to Ibtoma, Oe-meaa.
p. lug-George L Cato tJ o totefre with the meld
thBbert l. Diemeadt ithe dibebarge of i datius
m a chiefopolf of thelty ew Orleseee
a thesand dlie •aat 7r , tSat Gee. L. Caem
toe, amkeE mVeral pto, whah wr e "
tie mmd dolItom mm .edmm m l
g.lu t he deorotel po p mof S- a
of I e a m so8emn l fr Judgo uoe,, or So
h is pan ete ft the dee Mesth as lew
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mu geim a aepaeateee hermi ll elmiase,. Iba.
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