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I, ga e--em - aT It DL :s .ms ? ovar O Tn PAMIBM OURT Or AT. TAMKrANT. SMana1nt0, U. J-.he ume of the writ of eer dot fined to the ases mentioned -_ tl .. . ; t two lnmt-' oem therein a., m rely ued by Wa of lllustration of at t8e Writ mes areoomvlia. t e prtt to th s court of snuorvlsory V air Inferior tribuuals. cotaed at -Ot1 sonstituton of 1679. does not inolu t a fltltipeaRlblbe oa.e n waiih the nole wrPuni t rof 0lbtpain is that the juiment was rendered . pt llIbstiuffilent evidence. DtO. 4Us-J. II. nageo Vin. wrrT, SA. t'AR Al.. .ty Ilanning, C. J.-An hair who has opposed aevnur of theJ amlnnrtratp)r and obt.ined • iment iuOreainin the balance due ry the C u the sueceerlon, cannot be ieardl to the mnnulmnent of a sale of real estate b oeetiAs of which formed partof theam lOr which ijunment has been rendered on -Otomltiou. an t such heir reveudloate the land with ret teuderine the rlice, or so much there Swan aupll~i to the extin.antlhment of the and cbarges of the succeesion. Io T.ia--rUrt.ts r.AMOREBas. Vs, 8UcOsION or W. B, 0OL. py .Karr..T.-In the event of the death of a Iwrratraor the mortgsge creditor can. Immn . atelw o n.n the maturity of his 4. I,, proceed - t t ir)ttira againR t the property SaT.erel, Wi the rthe Succession of his debtor be solvent oaIoll vent. When a stle' about to take place under execu totyI proeee is are mted hry l. ju ition the prop i not released. but remains tlill under tile t ltion of the court whioteh lessued the writ, tleGWhiiesu tinou property ld thus under .e arty orderr fr its smle by the probate 0st Illgl Si Rd null. A, ex..eurl r wi tlt.tervenes in exeoutory pro teedin.os by outp ltion, alleuing the prlriity of 4attain prlletat cilaimn over that of the mortlgage creditor op rn the rooeceti of the sre'loty mei llrel an ravlng for dltrlibution dinal . earotnnutabs.ituett y without withi awinU hi ,.oot.loan byr leave of outrt ob. nan uianml oun to errest the asee. UaOtReami rI h nuld not bi condemned in lmtem for the wronfutl act of the adminis. btutll the tatter m by be 'o mauered person h.i en his cmudlunt has been utterly without gat rieht or foundation. N0 7411 -mrrt.ttnettNn or unoia Catomxr. At arr .1. -An notion against a inheriff and leure'le for maHteasance or active violation 0tof oTi 'li e.duti n h, the fi, m nr. e. o. a Wrotu Retiteir". ti nf.rrea'rib.hd by the tapet of years efrom the date or the act complained I reseription of two yearsm I likewlee sp ible to an action li.i4u on a pasmive viola byna hertliIf 1,lf his. a d. uties, uch a Sailure to pay over miner , colteR d by him, II ths o nle the proesripti on begege to rtn t1 itroim the I it r of the demand mare by the art ent tiend to the funds. > U YU -JOtrN mrORMIRroaa V, RTtPiRrIN KUN NAIR Br ALm. De liter. ..T Pniis 0 turt, nto those oases o pDindi'u hef ira It lvolving aRmoiunlts sit Jdtct rt over witch tI v sedt bi the ojuerl ee of t ieri he 0 irte of a0peal, will take 1at01 in outter th an ordering their transfer to the latter 01 rits . U0t. 65L1-mTATT or rotrtilrWA cVA. ItkttNNE By Ile lilfte, .. - 11 n the record in a tIntual ti *lose n ts penitfltally bhow the upon whlich the trial oC !ut re-. or that the sty which t-i i thrie at'tee d wa Dproperly wo, or the the aolucrtd was present in court the lat, the v urdlie will be set aside S the ase remand-i'd. 0P, TIU-L. P. CAILLOUtT XT At,. vs. .sENi FRANKLtN,. Dalan'e. .1.- Pno ati in which act No. es , oarrynI int, eftfeO artloit 12i of the o -i Son of less. aw horlses to be brought at a clerk if ourt for any dam ge result - tm his failure to dcoso., with the parish or, prior to January 1, 1t10, an abates t of NPentory of nusnt-sl ns opened in his SWherein minors wuose tutors are not re istlnn to give bond are in'rested, is barred by Dreslorition of one year. IO. 1150 -..uci' cssmN OF I.IItABUTH A. OAIRROLL. Bly 5psncar. ,. JWtim the aop4DLee moves to dtsmiam an aup+al on the gr,,und that the inla lihtt aieal ed from was rendered by the ,on tani agreement of tb-h urtles to the euit, t th i statement i1 denied br the appellant l cqse must b4 rmn tuded to the lower court teos purposeof tryinui the Issue thus raised. $ .O$ 11-WM. NIEIAN Vt . MI..HAIl AND M, J. ONDR&AN, encer., .t -Wneu a party seeks to annul SIrudulM, so far as he is concerned, a sale iby his. ld itn urt debtor to a third person Sto suheOt the prop irty to the payment of Saim, the value of the property and not the I ont of the debt governs the appellate j uris 10,TO1--JOHns i Dun AM Va. J.ULt A WILLIAMS, TUraiX, IT AL. By Spencer, J. When the deed by which a man daurinl his marriage acqunire property PtPalus no denlaration of his Intention to m nks 4 purobase for his separate estate or of his at paid theref ir with his sepa ate funds, th Droert falls into th, community whether ent the funds used werethose of the hus IQ wife's interest In the community is reel da only, and ,a inasta of one half of what stns afttr the payment of the debts due by oommunity, not ou.y to third persons, but a to the estate of the deceased husband for a um as he may have furnished from his seaDte means for ac.ulring or improving eLpmunlty property. uno, pendrin the administration and set stmat of the community, the wife .cannot gtgr gor alienate any of its effects so as to a s creditors. or so as to give her credit. eft a right to be paid by priority to or even con aurreatly with such community creditors. a0, t.at-s-AinA , rV Ano. T AL. vs. 5. 3. VANCa. 5X gCUTRIX. ) Spneer, 1.-When a tutor mingles the Inlistration of the minors' ostates with his mn, and cnltlvatels And uses them in his own lateest., he should he charged with the rent bld hire of the lauds and other property, and Mlo, at the end of each year. with interest at Sacent om the amount of that year. together I pr cent per annum interest on all sums svd from other souroes but he cannot be compelled to c impound the interest thus annu ally charged against him. A .tte has the right to prescribe the time withtn which exietitu rights shall be pr tse eute, n to change or alter the period of their s.r'iieptton. Drovided a reasonable time be given for oomplyin't with the statute Artfole 12t of the c ensmitution o IRteS, and the kllselatton thereunder, providing that all tacit iortgages then existing should cease to have Rffet against third persons aft-.r January 1, 180, unless duly recordedI. do not impair the blgations of any contract existing in favor of those whose rights the mortgages protected In atºepese of articl' to of the eonstitution of the Uited States. and are, theretore, not violative of that article. $0. 7T07--BTATE Ex REI.. W. . tBLACKMAN. vs. 8ECRK'TARIr OF STATE By Whipe,.7.-An atpeal taken hr motion in Open court will not be dismissed be.ause the pDpdlee was not citedi though citation upon ki~ was prayed and oreired. nder article R97. . P. the appelant has ten dams after te filing of the record within wthich to li- an assignment of errors. provided the ase s not sooner hoard; it the case is reached before the expiration of that delay an assign ment filed on the day of and previous to the trial is in time, though appelloe may have moved to dismiss on the ground that the record contained no note of evidence. statement of facts or assignment of errors. An appeal taken by a third person under artIlte ail. O. P., will not be dismissed because the judgment comptalained of has been executed •n a.tqulee'e d in ov the party cast in the suit. The duty of the Secretary of State in com piling election rrturns to determine whether returns, and tally sheets prepared by commis asoners of el-ction under the orders of a parish court, to supply the loss of the originals, are legal and valid, is not a ministerial one, and. therefore. cannot be enforced by mandamus. A parish judge has no authority to compel eommiasioners of election to prepare and cer tlf returns in lieu of the originals. which may haie been lost or destroyed. 30. T)-MARY E. DOOLKY AND HUSBAND VS. JOHN GIBSON XT AL. By WAit,. J.-When the appellee does not ask for the disamisal of an appeal it will not be dis alssed on account of the absence from the reeord of evideno offered by appellant it the court can decide the case independently of the atldasml evidence. A poseeory action cannot be maintained by Sone whose oc'upancy of the property in unes tlon was during any portion of the time with the consen' of defendant. Q. ?$T--STATE EX REL E. P. BOYER Vs. STATE TREASURRE. By White. J.-When the money in the tress ira to thecredit of a particular fund is in suffi elet to pay all the outstanding warrants drawn esueat sech fund, a mandamus will not be is to comoel the Treasurer to pay the holder t aportionof the warrants the amount due : the mere fact of his first demanding pay l ntdeve.s him no preference over other wa N is-i a. o0anao~ swa3 vs. DIAA SPAJWE BEa" Is ass i Wf brae lý l owif not ~ ! tedi uro t1 is eomupe tent, upon proper author)lot. bind ter separate estate or to ooptraot an obnatlon for the eneglt, not ot her husband or othe oom m~lity, but of a third perso.b . When a marreI woman ba en properly anthorlsed to borrow a sgvia attmot a 00n t't bya whlobh she aeknoweýd berelf in tehted in a larger sum tois not bindl as to the xees, whether this excess reests frpom ihe han orrowed more than she wa authored to orrom her having added to the prnepal a rateof inlereat blaher than the maximum of conventional interest allowed by law. Supreme Court. The followlng oases are fixed for SATURDaY, FElRUTAT 14, 159. No. 7T79. Allen. Nugent & Co. va. H. J. Champ in. Mjor Knapp intervenor. No. 7770. Widow VIleIor DI as vs. the town of I)opnaldionvlle. No, 7772. tHtate National Bank of New Orleans vs. Mire P. va.sU and husoe nd. No. 7ne0. John A. WI Ilams & Co. vs. Mrs. Elise Bhohurnaninskt and hushand. No. 7791. Robert A. Hunter vse. W. F. Black ma. No. 77e. F. M. Roxdale et al. vs. Fred Selp, president police jury. t al. 77r5 Fanny OCetam eli widow. etc., vs. Chris tlen D. Owens and witse. No. 1es. John A. Stevenson vs. E. J. Browat et al. No. 7790. Both. DeBileux & Co. vs. Joseph Hlo tard et ,ld. No. 7791. Daniel Fletchber vs. H. M. deter. No. 79. Mrs. M J. Jackson. admlnistratria, vs. William C. Mlohle and Robert Murdock. No. 7793. Marguerite Vley vs. Louis Jarrean et ,I. No. 7794. 0 B. Shields et al. vs. P. W. Ohbse, tax hollet'.'r. et al. No. n77. Helrs of Wood vs, Joseph Nicolese, No. ni79. state of Lulelana vs. William Oren shaw. No. 7197. State of Loulsiana vs. Benjamin Bradl-y No. 778. Ste. B0eslon of D. J. Fluter. N-, 7799. In the matter of the estate of John F. Altetnus. No tt )o. Th is. J. Fu ua vs. Dr. IJ3. . hares. No. 790t1 uccen~sin of Aut Ini M tohek. No. 902. J. O. Meaux vre. W. B. Pilttman. No. 7s,,4. in the matter of the estates of Wmin. B. av,'ry rend wife. No 74A. Vinoeit T. .acmbre. Indlividslly and as admt,'i-trator, vs. Feilelte Gi abort et ale. No 780s. In the matter of the estate of Francis Parke Lewis. o. 7507. imoesslon of A. I. Payrne. o 7's,. Mrs F. 0 Cros vs. the sheriff et ala. No. 7lit. Pierre Flastre vs. A. St. Amant. Julls ',utlrtau thir t opponent. N .7512t Julia A. Ventrees. individually, etc., vs. Issat D. Brown at ale. No. 751D. [i thi matter of the estates of W-. E. Edwards and Lavinta Wilson. United States District Court. Edw rd Wold et ale. vs. British ship Ohar' .s.-Lib.'lan'Rs ompose the crew of the ship Lonnise, and laim salvage for *ervicee al leged to have been rendered the Charles when that vessel was on fire on the sixth of the pres ent mouth. M. Muts,,n et ale. vs. the Oalcasloe Mining 0 many .-Comp'ainants represent that they are sto,'kholdnrs and credit ire of the comoau,. and tray that the dereu of bankruptcy ro corded asainst the corporation and the sale of eortain of its proverty be declared null and v.oid. alleging that the decree was obtained through error and the sale was the result of collusion. Second District Court. 8aneenslons Opened-Kmile Martin and Mrs. Frederic May. Harris Deuley has applied for emancipation. Fourth District Court. James J. Flynn vs. (rceaant OCity Railroad Oompany -Thies + s putt for damages in the sum of $)5,Ot), claimed by laintilff for injiries received by his billd in nea. run over by one of the company's ears. necessa tg an a ampu tlion of his right foot. The case was argued yesterday eveninga and submitted to the jury. Second Recorder's Court. Ohas 8su, ders was sent to the Parish Prison for thirty days for b-hug a dangerous and sus picious character, anti John Johnson, charged with being ace ssory to pocket picking, was sent bef .re the Firt I)lstrict Court. The ease of J. T. D, Lef,'bvre, charged with selling a Havana lottery ticket, was continued. Henry Oolar, for being dangerous and sue pviious, was remanded in default of i0eu bond. Affidavit has been made against Geo. Oole man, niw in cu-tody, oharged with shooting and woundlnt Win, Boardtuan. SMarie H.Rnriette. ,ot of Anderson Onge. a boy ten yea ts old prays that the latter be sent to the HTi1mae of itetuge, as he roams at larae andt won't tie coout oiled by her Benjamin Hecand ala. asks. for the same reaonu that samy disposition be made of a colored boy named Ernest Dupar. Superior Criminal Court. CABs, CONTINUED. James York and John Hickey, assault and battery on a police e oaer. Jas Dnfas and W. Bnbury. burglary. Josephine Held. grand larceny. PALMER OARS. The particulars of this case will be found in another column. GRAND JUBY. The grand jury met and adjourned without presenting anything to the court. First Distriot Court. IOLLI PtROREQUIED. Theodule Andrew, larceny. John Lee and Lawrence Lesa, assault and battery. Mike McDermott and Richard Thornton. keeping a banking game. Humphrey Heley. nflicting a wound less than m ihem, William Brown. assault with a dangerous weapon. John Baptlste. entering an out-house. ARRAIGNED AND PLIEADED NOT GUIT.TT. Samuel St. Martin. assault with a dangerous weapon. RgNTENCEI). George Washington. Inflicting a wound less than mayhem. convicted tf asRauit and battery; six months in the Parish Prison. Octave Manning. assault and battery; pleaded utllty of assault; $5 or five days in the Parish Prison. First Recorder's Court. Wm. Falkner. entering in the daytime and larceny; First Distric Court, bond of soo(. Wmin. iH. Lewis. insult, abuse anti assault and battery; s$no appearance bond. ih)lorus Orr, petty larceny: $250 appearance bond. Wm. White having proverty in his posses ston supposed to have been stolen; $250 appear ancoe bond. (rlerald Dimond and Thos. McGovern. keeping a banking gamen; First District Court. bonds of $2sn eabh. Clara Wilson. juvenile vagrant, was sent to the Housei of Good htlhotrd. David Niholaon, hlaving property in his possession supposed to have been stolen; $250 Staptpearance bond. BOARD OF HEALTH RECORD. The following were recorded resterday at the office of the Board of Health: BIRTHS. Mrs. Joseph A. Wilt. a son. Mrs. Joshua Williams. a daughter. Mrs. Manuel Delerno, a daughter. r irs. John 8. Bengstoriff, a son. Mrs. C. M. Fanlish. a son. Mrs. Joseph Stevens. a son. Mrs. George Oode. a daughter. Mrs. Fred Claw, a daughter. Mrs. John Mihalick. a son. Mrs. John A. Fa'khardt. a son. Mrs. Chas. W. Drown, a son. Mrs. Fred Draymyter, a son. Mrs. J. V. Lagman, a son. MARRIAGES. Peter P. Navo to Mrs. Philippina C. Werling. k Henry Aicard to F. J. Chese. B-n Sovledly to Mary Herbert. Winm. B. Fallon to Martha O. Van Houten. Theogene Landry to Johanna Albertl. Paul Lths to Louise WiLoz. Henry W. C turts to RylviaKeener. Diedrich Busch to Elizabeth Hamin. Morris Hearne to Annie Mallon. Wmin. O. Pearce to Ida A. Rice. Xavier Bernard to Agnes Reusch. Joseph Fromhers to Ellen B. Beusch. DEATHS. Marie Guerin. 5 days. Eugenic M. Sallaz. s2 years. SAgathe Mclughes. 2 years and 4 months. Wm. COummings. 40 years. r Louise Schell. s days. a Widow Stanislaus Berley. 6s5 ears. Mary g Oollins. S months. r Sarah Ann Bartels. 17 years. Anna L. Warner. s years. A Kste Hamilton. 2 years. Gas-beata. nsad ookin stoves *allvyan & 5sler'aamewstreet. signal BSM. ervieents :ullv meteorologloal reoord for the eight hours endin* at *.. p. m.. Friday. tPhuvery 18. (Observatlonm taken at the same moment of time at all stations.) Bsations. Bar. er shoouts dour, Inobee, Oalro. 29.... 29T- 3s NW 2 AS Ohattanooga... 29 -9-B Bn 14 .19 Cinolnnat .... 99.4.o- 45 N o .3 venoort.. 29 78- 99 N 12 0 blque...... 9.- 97 N 8 a Galveston...... 99r-B NW 8 0 Indianola...... 0o5- 99 NW 17 0i Keokuk..... ... - . 0- 0 NW 9 0 Orosee...... 29-a - 15 N n eenworh.. 299- 9n N 7 0 oulville ... 0" ,3--F o9 4 0 .B9 bempl....... .-It 41. W 9 Nahlle .......o"96-t 4W 12 2.04 ew tJ~e!15BB5.. 29 58-l 01 9W e 0 Omaha......... ,q 8- a9 8W s 0 Pittsburg .. 29 64- 49 II 2 .0 ihr porrt. ... 2989-8 51 NW 8 0 13t. Louis .... - 24 NW 10 .11 t. Paul .. " t- / I 7 o llsbulrg s... 9.$o-B 5 NW 18 .o01 Yankton . 2...... aognan,.a " on NW to W 10 0 ittle] .ek .... 7 It 44 NW 11 -o " innde. rrising; V. laseate fallnin; indloate stationary. LCAIL 33Com3. New Ottaas, Feb. 18.1 Tima * e Weather. Y a. . m 29.l e5o NW 1o Cloudy. 2 . m. 29 sn 6a aW e Oloudr. 9 p. m. s29 .9 6 W COlear. Mean ... .91 00 . ..... ............... - ---- ~- -- REAL 8TATE TRANIPSFERS. on A. E. P. Albert to J tines Jacque. a lot with all improvements, bounded by Prosper. New Ht i Bernard, Solidelle and New Orleans streets. tic oxat,. e800. IBamUel BHrlle to PleaRa'et Beal, a lot with improvements, bounded by Morales. Ityne. i Urqubatt and a line divilng D. IMl Lizardi's prtperty, 9,x4l0, $a91 Are. r: Watermeyer to Mrs. A. Bmefr, a lot with improvements. bounded by Jina,. Masa sine. Cadir and Live Oan streets. soxtt: alson, a plecetof around with improvements, houndsd br Tohoupttoulan, Bordeaus, Jersey and Va- wt lence streets. soessxti IsO. or Hebrew Congregation Dispersed of Judah to 0O John Andrews. the property known as the An- oe chor Cotton Yard, bounded hy Teboupitoulas. at St. Thomas., Theresa and Belleeastle streets. t, 1600x12, $13.00, BEL Bernard Oamblong to Richbard Kilon. a lot FE with improvements, bounnudd by Wi. Louts, de Johnson, Prieur and O Intl sree s, iex79, $40o. TO BE PROSECUTED. U! The United States internal revenue collector F is preparing to move on those tobaooo and cigar at dealers who have neglected to gives notice of their Intantion to start in business. The law requires that such notice ba given dt before the merchant opens his store, and the t commissioner of Internal revenue hbs in- Ii structed the collector to prosecute criminally any person fallingto comply with the provision o on this point. . NEW BOOKS. J. 0. Eyrloh, bookseller and stationer, No. iso n Canal street, sends the DKMlousAT the following new publications: The Chhid's Catechism of Common Things, by John D. ObChamin, Jr.; Henry Holt & 0o.. New York. The American L'Asmommoir. a parody on Zola's L'Assoc molr. I by Jo.eph htydney' and Hyde Park Bkttohes, t by A. R Western. I. B. Pe erson & Brothers. publishers. ., SWAPPING POLICE CAPTAINS. ti C Thursday was police swapping day. and the ti i result was as follows: Capt. Thos. O'Nell from the First Precin t to the Fifth: Capt. S. B. Gill c from the Fifth to the Hlxth, and Capt. Bat Gal- t vin from the Fourth to the Gentral. c CITY ECHOES. tWm. White. for the larceny of a lot of wear u ing apparel. is in the Second Station. Wm. Sexton, for the larceny of a silver watch r and a revolver, is In the Harbor Station. Edward Bollins. found carrying a concealed 8 weapon, was locked up in the Third Station, Wm. Thomas, charged with asaultlng Louis Glasson with a knife, is in the Fourth etation. t I has. Moiee and one Fillmore. for gambling t on the street. were incarcerated in the Third I Station. David Nicholson is In the Central Station, charged with having a box of elears in his pos session supposed to have b ten stolen. Staub. Not to know Staub is to argue yourself un known, and to confess the deepest and densest ignorance of the news of the day. Staub's de- I pot of news is at Goldthwaite's, corner of Canal street and Exchange alley, and there you will find all the very latest newspapers from all parts of the oivillzed world. as well as the best 3 periodicals of all kinds. Staub's is an institu- I tion-ene of the landmarks of the city. Acessory to a Cutting. Jules Lacoste charged with being an aoes s sory to the cutting and wounding of Richard Parker on Mardi Gras night, was arrested and locked up in the Central ttation. HOTEL ARRIVAIL. CITY HOTEL-A Strother, Nashville. Tenn: Norman Hlardin. Meade county, Ky; Thomas Carson and wife. Brownsville Texas; Robert Moss. Edwards. Miss: Thomas tLies. Galveston, 1 Texas ;8 Arons.'hn, Miss Aronsohn. Big Sandy; SA A V Doney wife and four children. Miss Anna I Lacy, JO C oster, San Antonio. Texas: F B Burnett. Liberty Texas ; Mrs G H Dillard. Gal vetton. Texas: Wm McDonel. Michigan: J O SPlikens. Pass Christian; L E Maynard. T Bas tianitt Nsw York; F C Englesing. Port Gibson; 1 Wm W Garner. Assumption. La; D B Harris and wife. Mise; Jas O Abbott, Okolona. Miss; sJ 1' Snellings. Oheneyville. La; armuel Jones, wife and child. Bures; Harry J Byrne Bain bridge (ta ;Miss Carter. Miss h eonard. Itohile. Ala: hrs iFaulkner. Mrs M Faulkner. Galves ton Texas; N Sniduer. Grenada. Miss: Wm Polk. La: Lute Valentine and wife. Nashville, Tenn; D W PIes Clinton, La. ST. JAMES' HOTEL-B Paul. Covington: J W Stanton. it M Gibbons. Wal saw. La; O T Paine, Jr. P 8 Carr Georgia: J ( Balentine. Bay St Louis; J Y Walton. G Heathtnn. Sunlt ,wer , county, bliss.; N D Higutns. Water Valley; 0 Ralston. Louisiana; 0 8 Kay Charlotte, La: H T Allen. Mrs L B Tubber. Mobilo; F A Cos grove. Boston: Emile Clotner, Natebitoches. L.a:Tyler and wife. Port Hudson: P D Walker, New York; Robert N Townsend. Baton Itouages eH P Wilson. Morgan City: Charles H North rlu. Newark. N J; S M Bradford. Philadelphia: M Osborn and wife. Oleveland.Ohlo. Improved etill. [OChickasaw Messenger.] We have heretofore mentioned the patent apparatus of Dr. J. R. Gladney for making pure alcohol and brandy from peaches, apples, plums, grapes, persimmons and other fruits. and we are informed by the doctor that he has since made experiman:s on a large scale with complete success. He has been s, fortunate as to secure the services of Mr. J. M. Griffin as partner and business manager, with whom he will shortly visit New Orleans to put his inven tion on the market. We congratulate the doo tor on having for a partner so able and reliable a business man as Mr. Grifflin., who. during the past four years. has served this county as chancery clerk, and was one of the best offl cers Chickasaw ever had. In another column will be found a flattering notice, by the Chickasaw Messenger, of Dr. J. & Gladner's improved still. With this appa ratus the Doctor can make pure alcohol from fruits at a considerably smaller expense than by any other method. A wonderful contrivance in mechanical art has been lately achieved by Dr. J. R. Gladney. of Buena Vista. This is a cheap contrivance for making alcoholi3 liquors, and in such a way as to be free from the operations of the Internal Bevenue law. A full description of the eaaratus will be found in another column, and Dr. Oladney can be found at No. so Camp street. where the machine may be witnessed in operation. __ & LA esmellent apetifsr and regulator of the 7+ , :. - - .JumICAL lpVatIIt mM IL. IIEIMIPP SALNM. Ml M. BIirlg tth vI. Patrlek P. Carroll. BWOIOND JiUDICIAL DISTRICT OOUBT ORB "' the Sixth and Beventn Municlapl Districts of the parish of Orleans, No. 2ll -Br virtue of a writ of set-sre and sale, to me directed 'ry the honorable the Becond Judicial 1istrict Court for the Blah and Seventh Municial Districts of the pari.h of Oileans. In the above entitled cause. I will proceed tosell at public auntlon. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchann-, Horal street. between Uanal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city, on TUESDAY. March i, 18so, at 12 o'clock in., the fo& ldCWBTANILO OFrO OAUND, together with all the buildings and improvements there on, rights, ways. privileges and appurtenances thereuto belongiug or appertaining. altulted in the Sixth District of this city (late the City of Jeff-rsoeoL in the square bounded by houslana Avenue. prytania, Toled no and Colseum streets, designated by the number twenty two, and measuring thirty-two feet front on PtY tania street by one hundred and twenty eight feet in depth, between parallel lines, as ter plan or diagram annexed to an act of partition to the ofoee of Theo. (uyol. notary public. in and for the parish of Orleans., datd April 2o, less, which property was by auth'utic sot passed before W. . asPoe, ntarr pablic, on toe twenty-ninth day of May s18e, sold by Mrs. Ellisa i Drldulortih wife of itobert L, Adams, who duly autuorlnei suoh sale to said P.triuk P. Carroll. Beized in the above suit. Terms and Onditions--l. In eash e r a suffi olent amount to pay plaintiff's 'aim, now due, say the sum of lout hundre d dollars, with interest at the rate of 8 -pr oent per a num from twenty-ninth May, 17sl. util pal l; one hundred and eighty dollars lLt8i) ,attor ney's fees. four dollars notary's fee,, hi Costs of suit audt the tax a due on the property. ,2 The purebaser to assumsn (t.t th ext nt of his brdi the baymeut of eight s-veral nutes drawn by the defendant to his own, trer anw by him Indorsed, all dated May 29O 1879, e.oti for the sum of four hundred dolla, pavabl. respectively,1i, le, s8, 84.8, 421 48and 84 mouthls after date, bearinga Iterest at tli. rate ,1f 8 per cent per annum from date until paid, an se cured by sencial mortgage and vendor's privl lege on said Dropverty; the our' baser to asume all the obdigatioul of the at of mortgage. g et 5, Atd the balanc.s of the prlo of adij-ulle - tion (it any) cash on the spot r J, I. ALOI O'GAUTHRItN&UX. Civil Sheriff of the F~tlish of Orleanus. jial fe7 14 21 28 mhl L-. Laeemole e isl. vs. lianey Tr. IlWaIhe, asselne" etc., lot the Insul 'eat ee ate of James i. Hummel.) FIF1TH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE1 PAlR I lsh of Orleans. No. 10,121- By virtue of a writ of fl-rt facles, to me dliectetd by Ihi' huon orable the Fifth )lstrlciO ut for the parish of Orleans. in the above -ntitlel eiuse. I will pro Beed to sell at pubile auction ar thi Merohante and Auctioneers' Exchatnge, It yal stree., be tween Canal and Customhouse streets in the tecond Distrlotof this city, on WEDNtEIDAY. Febuary s~, 1880. at 1% o 'cotk m., t.e following dese lbtl piropert, to wit dIX CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, with the improvements th reon, ri bts, ways, privileges and aepert nanees thereunto belonging, sit uated in the Second Distriot of this city.In the euu re number sixty five, w.Jlh I hoiuntided b St. Louis, Conti. O'ympia end Mt. PatuIrk streets, d-'slgnate, by the numbers five, six, seven, night, nine and ten, measuring eswh thirty feet front on Bt. I outs street by uts hun dred and a even feet five Inches in depth, be. tween parallel lines, said lot number ten form Ing the corner of Bt. P,.trick and St. I onui streets, is ter plan drawn by John Sohrelber, dated F'ebruary 20, 15:s, and depositedl in thi oifie of Joseph Cuvilller, notary in this city. Maid lots were anouired by J. H. Hummel, de fendant, from Charles O. obu soe. according to an act dated April 24, 1878 before Ootave Morel, notary public. Ueised in the above suit. Terms--OCash on the spot. J. It. ALO.E GAUTHREAUX. Civil Sherif of the Parish of Orleans. ja2 .St fe7 14 21t 25 M M. *Brisforth vs. Patrickt I. Carroll. si " ECOND JUDICIAL DISTRIOT COURIT FOR L the Islath and ueventh Municplal Distril a Os for the Parish of Orleans. No. 2iol.-Bv virtune it of a writ of seizure and sal ', t' me directed by It the honorable the Second Judinial District. 1 Court for the Slxth and Seventh Municipal Dis- Ot triers for the Parish of Orleans, In the above on titled cause, I will proceed to sell at public ate- ft tion. at the Merchants' and Auctioneers' Ex- II change. Royal street, between Oanal and Ouas tomhouse streets. in the Secotnd Da r.rot of this ai city, on TUICfDAY. March 2. l0o. at 12 o'clock st m.. the f illowin d'escrlbed proonery, to-wit A CERTAIN IOlRTION OF GROUND, with all 01 the buildings and Improvements thereon, sit- at unted in the Sixth District of this city, ion 1 square number seventeen. bounded by IhoU)ls- t aua Avenue, Prytania. Toledano and Plaque. 14 mine or Coliseum streets, said portion of 15 ground being port ot lot twenty-one of said square, and measuring according to a dlan or sketch drawn by J. A. d'Hemecourt, sur- 1 veyor, dated May 1, 1879, and annexed to an act at of sale from Miss AmandaC. Bridgforth, passed twenty-ninth May. 1879. before W. H. Pascoe. 0 notary publio in and for the city of New Or leans. fifteen feet front on Prytania street by one hundre I and twenty-eight feet in depth be tween parallel lines. Acquired by defendant by purchase from Miss A. C, Bridgforth, as per act I before said notary W. H. Pascoe on May 9,. 1879. d teierd in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. J. n. ALoEe GAUTHREAUX, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. jan1 re7 14 21 2 mh2 ars. N. Mioton vs. M. I. Doumenfes et al. ti I1IFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR- ib iah of Orleans, No. 10.oe--By virtue of a writ of fleri faclas, to me directed by the q honorable the Fifth District Court for the par ish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I a will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange, Royal t street. between Canal and Customhouse st reets. In the Second District of this city, on SATUR DAY. February 14. 1se0. at 12 o'clock m., the fol- c lowin described proert . to wit oA CERTAIN LOTS OF 'GROUND, together o with all the buildings and Improvements there on. and all rights, ways privileges and appur- C tenances thereunto belonging or In anywiset appertaining, situated In the Fourth District of this city in the square bounded by Washington, Fourth, Magnolla and bolts(now .ocustsstrete,t and designate. as lot number ten on a sketch I annexed to an act passed before M. Gernon, a notary public in this city on the thirty-first of August. 1808. which said lot measures thirty feet front on Fourth street by one hundred and twenty-nine feet in depth, between parallel ' lines. Being the same property acquired by Laurent Daguerre, one of the defendants here. in, by purchase from M. E. D,.umeuges. per act passed before A. Hero Jr.. notary public in this city. on the eighth of November, 1878. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot.J J. R.. ALOEE AUTHREAUX. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. ja13 14 0 27 fe3 t1 14 _ Pascal Claverle vs. Jean Ticoulet. t FIFTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans. No. 10.128-By virtue of a writ of fler facins, to me directed by the honorable the Fifth District Court for the I parish of Orleans. in the above entitled cause. t Iwill proceed to sell at public auction. at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex change. Royal street, between Canal and Cue- I tomb ,use streets. In the Second District of this t city. on WEDNESDAY. February 25, 1s80. at 12 o'clock m.. the following described property, to wit A LOT OF GROUND, with all the buildings I and improvements thereon, situated in the 1 Second District of New Orleans. In the square I hounded by Ursulines. St. Philip. Bourbon and Dauphine streets, measuring, in American measure, thirty-three feet iour inches front on Ursulines street by a depth, between parallel t lines, of one hundred and fifty feet in French measure. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. J. R. ALOCE GAUTHREAUX. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. ja24 81 fe7 1421 25 E. Jonas vs. A Certain Press, ete. THIRD DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans. No. 25942-By virtue of a judgment rendered December 22, 1879 and signed January 3, 1880 to me directed by the honorable the Third bDlstrct Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auction, on the p premises hereinafter designated on SATUR DAY. February 14. 1880, at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described property, to wit: ONE PRESS. in sundry pieces: THREE COILS OF ROPE, and ONE CAN OF OIL. Now in the Boston Warehouse, on Lafayette street. between Camp and Magazine streets, in t the First District of this city. Seized in the above suit. Terms and Conditions-This being the secord and last auction, the said property will be r definitely adjudicated to the highest and last 5 bidder for what it will bring, at twelve months' i credit, the purchaser furnishing bond with good and solvent security. Said purchaser D will have to deduct fron his bid and pay in 1 eash the amount of printin, serif5s and e CivB SherlS of the of~eh . Ourik . ~seas fil IA .l' JU MiAL AP11RTS3MUTmZW' B. AUITIM UALL. by 0. 3. Oi.rdey. JUDIOIAL &DYIT1TIBjENT IMPOBTANT 1~AL O AUBLM COM MEBu A 0O1t0tTl In the matter of Joseph Larrooue 1 --ve.- t The New Orleans tavings Institution. No. .Ti.--nited 8tater Dirc it Court for the b Distr let of Louisias. The Memphis O ,tton Press. On New Levee, between Race and Orane streets, o Valuable Batture Lots on New Levee, Between Richard aud Market streets, opposite the Virginia Preps. The Brief Warehouses for ming the corner of r 8t. Joseph, Delta and Front streets. Im mediately optoslte the Depot of the Ohilcao, St. Louis and New Orleans Rallro ad. An Undivided Interest In the Exposltlon Iall Building, " On St. Charles and Oa ondelet streets. The two Two-Story Frame HBoses on Rampart, t Between Jo la and Girod streets, Near the New (an. d Basin. -And The Masalv4 Iron-Front Stores and Dwellings formlong the northwest corner of Oa rondlet aid GOlrod streets, DY O. E. GilRARDBl, Auctioneer-Offoe No. -i at Camp street-S-ATUBDAY, February 21. 1i0., it 12 o clook m., at the St Charles &noctiun keohange, will positively be sold at pubite auc tion unrsu tat to a decree of tie lion. I. C. B llnae, Judge of the United Btates trcuilt ulnrt for the Distriot of Louisiana, dated the fourteenth of May. 1s79, and rendered In the above entitled matter, the following described proery. Vt wit 1 ''HA Y&LUABLEANDWELL LOOATED t COMMERBO1AL PROPERTY. bnown as the 1emsuhile I ottOn Pree, situated in the Fl st Distlet of this city and in the square bounded ty Tuoupnitoulas. New Levee, Iace ad Orange streets, which square I4 deai gn.ted by the teo 40, and the property comprised of lots Nos. 5 ad 9and antto tB, ito.unve, a per plan by J. A. d'tfemenourt, surveyor, dated the tenth of Oo. toher, 1957 A:eou ding to wblhc plan and sketoh the said trteoety meanures as follows: Lot No. S measures 8 feet front ao Ra estreet, I let feet in depth on the line divi lng It from the -,roperty of the late John Clarke, 27 feto 1I inches end alines wide in the rearon a brokeu lnie, anid iSv feet a inuhes in depth on the side Iline of 1.t No 9. Lot No. " measures 29 feet on Rioe street by i69 fee's I hes tin depth between parallel lines. Lot No. It forms the co, ner of New Levee and Ra'e stre-et, end measures ai test 10 Inohes tIrut on New Levee street, Ilifeet it lnches and * lines d.pth ans front on Race street 8I feet 8 Inches itlnes In d..pth on the line divldoing It from lot No. 12, br 62 feet 11 inches wlde In the rear. Lot No. 12 measures at feet 10 inches front on New Levee street. si feet 10 inches 4 lines width in the rear by 183 feet inohes asni 5 lines deep on the side line of lot No. 11 and 141 feet 4 ieches end luines deep on the other side line. Lot No. Is ueasuries t1 feet t0 inches front on New Levee stret, 82s feet 10 inohte 4 lnes wide in the rear, by 141 fIt 4 inches andi lines leet, on the stine line toward lot No. 12. and 149 feet 7 lines deep on the otter iIde tine. Lot No. 14 measure i1 rfte t .0 inohes front on New Levee street. so feet 9 inchese wide in the rear, by ia depth of 149 fg. t 7 lines on the side line of lot No 1I, and 149 feet 9 inches In depth on the Aide line of lot No. 15. Lot No. 15 measures at feo to0 Inches front on New Levee stret, 82 feet to iunhes and 4 linoe wide in the rear, by a depth of 110 feet 6 inches on the side line of lot No. 14, and 1 feet 2 inches and 2 lines deep on the other lide line. Lot No. 10 mnensur's 1t feet to inches front on New L.veertree., a2 feet to loones and 4 lines width in thb rear, ty 118 feet 2 Inchoe and 2 lines deep on the side elie of lot No. 15. and 121 feet to inches and a lines in depth on the other side line. Lot No. 17 measures at feet 0t Inches front on New Levee street, 125 feet io ioches and a lines deep on the side line of lot No. 16, 82 feet 10 inches and 4 lines wide in the r.ar, and 138 feet 6 itches and 4 lines deep on the othe, side line. Lot No. 18 measures 51 feet IO inches front on New Levee street, 38 feet i) lnches and 4 lines wide In the rear. 1a8 feet 6 inches and 4 lines in depth on the aid. line of lot No. 17, and t t feet 2 inches and s lines in depth on the other side line Lot No. 19 measures 86 feet 6 inches and 6 lines front on New Levee stre.t, is feet 8 lonhes and 1 line wid'h in the rear by a depth of 141 feet 2 inches and 5 lines on the side line of lot No, 1s, and 147 feet and 2 Inches in depth on the other side line. Lot No. 20 forms the corner of New Levee and Orange streets, and measures 86 fNote tnche and a lines front on New Levee street, 154 feet loinehes and 5 lines depth end front on Orang' street. s1 feet 3 inches width in the rear. and 147 feet 2 Inches deep on the side line of lot No. itLot No. 21 measures 22 feet 11 Inches front on Orange street, 23 feet 1 inch width In the rear, 162 feet in depth on the side line o! lot No, 22. jt and 16i feet in depth on the other side line. Lot No. 22 measures 2t feet 11 inches front on Orange street. 28 feet 2 inches width in the rear, by 159 feet 5 inches in depth on the side line of lot No. 2s. and 162 feet in depth on the other side line, Lot No. 23 measures 26 feet?7 inches and 5 lines front on Orange street, 26 feet 7 inches and a lines width in the rear, by 169 feet 6 Inches In depth, between parallel lines. Lot No. 4 measures 26 feet 7 Inches and 6 lines front on Orange street by 159 feet loInches in tr depth, between parallel lines. Together with all the buildings and Improve- bi ments thereon, rights, ways and servitudes e thereunto belonging or in anywise appertain uing. The improvements comprise extensive briok, slate-roofed sheds, with heavy partition walls, and especially ar' anged for the safe stor age of cotton. The yard s splendidly graded and shelled. Its proximity to the river front where are moored the heaviest tonnage, and the waterworks and the best paved street line gi are advantages peculiar with this property. o. Its location and improvements adapt it equal- w ly well for manufacturing and other commer- if cial purpos se. Sold subject to a lease in favor of John Moore, Esj.. at the rate of sI20o per annum until the first of Sertember 1880 2. TWELVE VALUABLE BAT'I'URE LOTS OF GROUND. situated in the First District of this city in the square bounded by New Levee, Water, riichard and Market streets, known by the Nos. 16 and 17, 18 to 25 inclusively.and by the Nos. 14 and 27. according to sketch by J. A. D'Hemecourt. surveyor dated the tenth of Oc tober. 1879. The lots N'o. 16 to 25 inclusively measure each 26 feet 7 inches front on New Levee street by ieo feet 4 inches in depth, be tween parallel lines. Let No. 14 measures 27 feet front on Richard street by 159 feet 7 inches and a lines in depth, between parallel lines. Lot No. 27 measures 27 feet front on Market B street and 159 feet 7 inches and 2 lines In depth. i between parallel tines. a The lots are well filled and most advantage- a ously located for speculation. They constitute 0 a first class site for either an elevator. mill. coal depot or for warehouse purposes. They are within one square of the Water works, opposite the Virginia Press. and near the river, where the heaviest tonnage finds steady mooring. a. AN UNDIVIDED SIXTH INTEREST TN THE EXPOSITION HALL BUILDING AND PROPERTY, situated in the First District of this city, and in the square bounded by St. Charles. Oarondelet, Julia and Girod streets. and described as follows: All that certain por tion of ground together with the improvements thereon, rights, ways. privileges and appurte nances thereunto belonging, situated in the First District of this city. and in the square bounded by St. Charles Julia Girod and Caron delet streets, measuring, in French measure. 0 - feet to10 Inches front on St. Charles street, so feet 6 Inches front on Carondelet street, by 820 feet - in depth, and running through the square, to gether with the improvements thereon, known as the Exposition Hall, one of the most spa cious and improving buildings for either ex position, assembly and other purposes in the South. A safer or more productive investment can I scarc-ly he desired. a. THE TWO TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSES designated by the Nos. 260, 26o0 and 262 Ram part street, in square bounded by Bampart. Basin. Julia and Girod streets. The lots are deslagnated by the Nos. 4 and 6. In square No. 293 of the First District of this city, and meas ui re as follows: Lot No. 4 measures 25 feet front I on Rampart street by 127 feet 10 inches and 6 Slines in depth,between parallel lines; lot No. 5 measures about 25 feet 4 inches and 4 lines on a broken line front on Bampart street 25 feet in width in the rear, by 127 feet 10 inehes clines deep toward Girod street and by 125 feet 8 inches and 4 lines in depth toward Julia street. The improvements are two two-story frame houses, used as stores and dwellings. They are near the New Canal basin, and well adapted for the trade there developed. They are rented a by the month without leasses. 1 5 THOSE SUBSBTANTIALLY BUILT AND CENTRALLY LOCATED BRICK STORES AaD DWELLINGS. with iron fronts, forming the d northwest corner of Carondelet and Girod 1 streets, in the square bounded by Carondelet. lt Baronne. Lafayette and Oirod streets,'accord ing to a plan by A. D'Armas, survey or dated h the eighteentb of January. ise. The said prop r erty is deignated by the lots A and B. n Lot A measures 2 teet 7 inches and 2 linues A front Carondelet street byils feat a inches and li In depth and front on Girod styst and arsalellin. LotBadoinsO ff -mt t et m A*OI wt a S, P t. Dy (. Z. OIratd.y. a linee In depth, between parallel lines 1a er with all the rlahts, ways ande l thereunto belonging or in anywise ap t.l lug The Improveibents comprise the ettn. tiaily built and commodlously arranged story brick stores, with Iron fronts and tloe, designated by the Noe. 1to and let deist street. It is known as Lee's Verandah, apd by his was designed for a first class boardl or hostelry, with two stores beneat stores are adapted for the general retail r The two dwellings above may be combined, with its fine large apartments and Iron 1511. ries, rendered one of the most attractive st lishments in the city. Within three son of the it, Charles Hotel, convenient to the bi ness centre and amusements. and located 0 one of the leading thoronghares of the 1t, are advanteges which are worthy the a of the sagaseous and enterprisin ata The property is only partilly occupied, U. tier two leases of $ec and $7o per month, ufl the thIrtieth September ipeo. 0. A VALUABLE iLO1 OFt GROUND, eituated in the Becond District of this city, In the ( late bounded by Canal, Customhouse, Tonti a Miro streets, measuring Is feet S Inches fr on Tonti street by 148 feet 11 Inches a lines I depth, between parallel lines. It adliolns the resldence of J. Lewis, . The property is sold with a good and perfei ttite frOe lrom all incumbrances whatoneo. on the following Terms and Conditions-One-third or mot, cash, at the option of the purchaser; one-tbl or one half of the cash nayment mnay be mn in dividend checks of the New Orleans BSavLtn Institution at par; the credit portion at one anb two years' for ntes s pecially serut d by mort. geae and vendor's lien, bearing all the ttl clauses of e ,er cent per annum Interest fro the day of sale until nal paymentS pet a'torney's fee1e in event ot suit to entorOe I collection, and the Improvements to be fully insured and transfer of the policy to U holders of the notes, and the purchaser to * sume the taxes due and exigible in 155 o"!' and above the prieo of adjudication, aed In. tlba Pony In esh the auotioneer's ohargt for adv# tiing an selling the property. A depoeltorf per cent in 4csh will be reullned from the oil chaser on the proie of rale at the momeft ot adiudlcation. Acts of sale, at the expense o0 the pnrchli.ral, before A. Hero. Esu.. notary i ublio, jsnl fel 7 t 14 td By J. V. Gourdshtr. STORE AND DWELLING PROPEBTY IN the best business locality of the Third Die. triot The well known largetwo-story Brick Buildg, with ver .nda, situated at the corner of li elan Fields and Chartres (or Morean) stlyei. eminently suited for aniy sort , I bus laeH, e Third Dlstriut Court for the parish of OdeaCr -' No 25 28ea E. T. Parker et ale. vs. i. Frans. Tutor at ls Bale to effect a partition among the heirs ad part Owners. BY J. V. UiDAIN. 7OTI)NEEt o4le- No. 91 Ryl street- W111 be sold 0o ' tATUIIDA&, Mareh 20, leas, at 19 o'cl.ok m the Merohants' and Auctionwere' Eii.tn - !toyal street, between sunal and Ot Imthm o stieete, by ,lrtne of an order from the .i. S. a. Monroe. Judge of the Third District Oio i for the part-h of Orleans, rendered June 4, l5.7 and signed June 9 1879- A OEITAIN LUT uF GROUND t lte ia the suburb Marlguy, in the Third Disit n O this olty in the seuare bonuded by .ysl Fields. Chartres (or .oreau) Mari.gn and . catur (or Victory) streetes, and deuigutd byt No. 4 on a plan drawn by Bourgerol. o0 eighth day of April, 18,4. and depuoited 1 office of Joseph Ouvelller, notary public of l city, said lot formingo the o rner of i. Fields and clhartres (or Moreau) str a, measuring 24 feet and a lines front on a Fields, by a depth of as feet and front on har'. tree (or Iore oru) street. Tbh mprovementseconsistof atwo-storybri building, covered with slates, havinog on t lower and upper floors alargestore measurl 24 feet front by so feet in depth, and forming 1!a corner of Elysian Fields and thartree (or rean) stree e. The rear portion of the building, fronting o Chartres ( ,r Moreau) street, nomptises a tWO. story brick Dwelling-House. covered with elates. having a larse room on the lower and upplW floors, yard, cistern, etc. The gas-pioes are laid all over the buildinML Terms and Conditions- Five hundred doll.it osash and the balance at six and twelve mO ntA credit for no'ee epeoill secured by minoftE n and vendor's lien., bearing a per cent i.ta.:' eat p, r annum from date of sale. 5 per '. S attorney's reea in event of suit to eunoree ii o.llection; the buildings to be kept insaure the policy transferred to the vendors. The ourohaer will assume the payment of the taxes due and ea lgible in lesoover the prit . of adj udiati n, Act of sple before Jules Morn. E-q. notary public, at the expense of the pu. chaser, fal4 2128 mh 18s 2e LEGAL NOTICES. 1NTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT N undersigned will apply to the l..i.e f.r a law to provite him oa.ment forwork material on gas flttnres in the Btte-Hounes the amount or $7s2 f0. fee 14 2o 2a mbh 8 WILLIAM TOOm._ NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN OF TN I tention of the alttisuons of the Savet i trict (late city of Carrollton). parish of Orlea. to apply to the Legislature for the pDas.ge 0 A bill creating a police ourt. with powertlas ONO mitting magistrate for d district, F. DEIBEL, presetaive. Representinga O of Seventh Distriit. Ja27 te 8 14 20 26 E. J. euerlmger vs. Sle Cre.lters. r~ IIBD DIBTBIOT 0OURT F03A] . ish of Orleans, No. 25 71L-- o.tJ ees We . given to the Oreditors of this et ateod to oth eresons herein interested to s within ten days from the present not if any they have or an why the a t Ssented by William H. Pierson, synd of estate, should ot be apro ad h gated, and the funds distrabutedin a.o therewith. By order of the court. BENJAMIN ABMBRUSTEB. Olerk. felt 17 20 24 WUCCEUSION NOTICES. I uecession of Emile Martln. 7 ECOND DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PA ., f h of Orleans. No. 41.804-Wheres, ward Martin has petitioned the court for ,t of admini tration on the estate of t Emile Martin, deceased. Notice is glven to all wnom it may concern to show oaus within ten days why the prayer of the said e petitioner should not be granted. . By order of the court. felt 19 23 JOHN HERBERT, Olerk, `I ` f 11(ill t w-1 i eLECTRIC BELLS-THE NEWEST AN1 t best method of Bell-hanging Inow S. destined to supersede entirely the, old- h loned, bungly, annoying and expensivestyls. No breaking of wires: on the contra . Whs once in position for the electric current to P5., to an electric bell is there for a life time. All tha is necessary to sound an alarm is to p Lrgently a button, which may connect with in servants' room. dining-room, kitchen, - -in fact, any part of a residence or buinOe - house. (No burglar will enter hoe with ao t of these bells in t.) Said buttons can be soar. re ranged with indicators that a servant a t l lo in an instant from where an alarm comes. 8. Numbers of our most prominent mermhlnD nt are using them. with great satisfaction. bo a for their residences and stores. Send for ir s culars and references. JABS H. REYNOLDS, Agent. in jam No. 9e Baronne street SEED RICE ! SEED RICE ne SaO BACKS d CAROLINA AND HONDURAS. D For sale by ERNST & 00,, h ja28 lm ISO and lI Julia street. at. J. I. WALKER, D.D. S., ted U54.......... . .Crai Uret.-... ***-. Near Baronae street, asAR oeratinons in