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1o, 1d--.IVAD n it. nt ON 1.JAMt It asi., At . J..-One who thIelete d judge of t wb b I boised s y after the OI and wb has, tberesor, seve! qual. I S .pl deprived o t runtoons. plpa 1 ls-A*tUR, DIMrt a 00O. Vi. .A. J)ORBAM y Mm e, h-( J.qp asttachment must be u oud on motion du the bond does not e sdby ce thee ue.n olaimed by the t[El58l tt a summary trial of th IllrOeathb ad dl ht etitt euee S of r iaht tof such l a will own en t a plantar wittm crop is dvanaees made confesses Fadg ri-IV U a lthird pbrson with reong ti rivI tttl h c t p for eupplies thi e st Athditora the pl`es to resort to ' i to seeure the 11O. m01-o. -- . pf AN, tt r co.x vs. WoesrO Y Masmdnin, G J.-The answer o an ed theu tto lntem~ro. toril propounded tuder gnd r uiuhment proeas 1 5u'd against him by a dlgsmbeforel tTlf one of the heirs ol the Iuacesl, that i he holds property of the sueo that aer these ht beets paidfor the h so e hterest hasbeensel.ed wrlllhe eantitled a derignated proportion of the residum, is - o nab La admissi+w on that he holda tdrme Whl% belong of right to such heir as will en til the pleningreditfor th amludgentof the eagaist hi denorwbb the lower y. n exclude,.on ob* 3ro. 7701-o. ti. nuts&nm, vrtrriaX, Va. win. Bit. anlnOig, i l .- A i otadmio to amend the petition onenes too late after the rendilcion rho It before the signlng, of a judutuient inMa eplu pt o f no aupue of ati may be led d this u(art upomands a nase for the ;.Wltlt2ioio allowinig the parties an oppor aye whloh haddui bevden ded fnot tenvdelre or po for, uch andae is otrrs point. U1aas to the +fllncy of the faerr malts I the pleadings for the admission of the evi des whi the lower mucan xcludorprt, on ob 'i.tp, . fIl-egally In admissnoble under the .I a eioeptit ofa no cause of acth on may he led ran sIista iie up the osnd tril of a eausse whIch has been reminded for evidence upon a designated point. ito. IMI7--sArieOt o ugOUt hANA Vo. P, rtLLhpT. iEd moare --The lar exeumpting defendant 1a criminal cases from the necessity oft mak a deposit as seurity for costs of apeder is not apDlicable to adses in t .ht the legality r enubsttqueonat not of a line frufeiture or grilty imposed by a municipal corporation Saolaontutatlon. 0. 77I28-'Pithn. DAViR, ADMINISfTRATORt, ST ~ . Y nrn G & WIlDt.RAN NT AIM. S , ot -n actiontle w ill not lie to nval dae beraclse of the r otorioty s in tye at t rat the preumption, of on thtof parties, muet tearvei, whent his inter on has not ben applied , though he more than thirty dais after executing edeed attacked. When a mortgeis granted by a holder ra fraudulent or simulated title to a person acting in good faith at Its eecu , subsequent notice of the fraud or slmu tbe purchase ofthe property by the C . J :-When a mortage, the con See al yIaccepted by the tnaErtiagee for of time during which the coan s tobh a tabraise the presumption that must have changed his mInd, hact Iobe enforced against him. *- j. 'MOO-0uoin*osTON or FRARTO WlPA&R Lnwra. LEWIS. B DelUaanc, J,--When a person dies leav tm property i two or more tat his prop Si.l.ela.h state is, for the purpose of its dministration, consldered as a separate sue h. et a snhmmbrrrody tons of ·ateoeased tow waen l'ome li&ºld in a tdlerent , i resl npect to propety situated nn this J tist be reulagu to the movables laws of his domicile, and, as to the movables, by the laws of Louisiana. an opposition o a legaoy made by a olt ign and resident of another Stste, beause -bexedlIn the disposable porton undber our Mwgthe auotlo to which such donation Is .bl% mstt be asoertained by makiun an ag oslely of the immovabies belongng o the suOeasion in this Stp and deducting Ar tm the letiee of the forced heirs. T ee be several heirs to a suoceessIon., *.some of whom have esepte uncondition all and the others ith beneit of Inventory, .. .amdm biiStx Ilut be appointed to man tW ý. until their partition. ne potinted by a (oreign court to admin Sster a succession having assets both within 19i own Jurlediction and in this tate, cannot . Ue to revoke the appointment of an admin Istrator made here by a competent court. NO. 7696--TATE oF rLOrIIANA VS. o . W. BAR By DeBlan, ./.-Though an accused party who has given bond under an order of court Is constructively in the custody of the court as long as the bond is In force yet if it be shown that he did abscond and flee from jue ties he cannot successfully invoke the pre . ription of one year. ro. 7747---ADLa PIDBRsLAUI, WFra, STe., VS. MARIiARET 4. LEGARE. My hkdwieer1J.-From the dateof act No.121 of les, until the adoption of the Civil Code of 1870, there was no aw Wfting the time within which the vendor's privilege must be recorded * under penalty of its forflture, as against mortgage creditors of the vendee. 110. TTI--4Uao cma1iN or JOHN F. ALTErUsD. By ..pencer, J.-Thouah the heirs of a de eased nerson are all absentees, the appoint ment of an administrator Instead of a curs tor is not an absolutenullity and all acts done 9y that cfieer blnd the estate. -When the ordinar partner of a deceased persoan h, such, been appointed the oura ·mr or administrator of the suceassion, the fact that he wasineligible because there like wise existed a commercial partnership be tween the ties, does not make the appoint ment utely void. The decree onferring the administration .on the surviving partner in such a case is walld and must have effect until set asilde by ppel of action of nullity. It cannot be .oue.ot f Id coilaterally by opposition to the . aeoount. Absent heirs of a suecession, whether majors or minors, are properly represented Sby the attorney of absent heirs In the settle ment of the account of the administrator or ,,urator, and the appointment of a tutor ad me is unnecessary. A court of probate has no authority to set sitaccounts between a deceased person - e surviving members of a commercial but it is not divested of jurisdlc an account presented to t., merely Jsaime the administrator has settled extra the Jaflrs of such a partne ship, . aceounts sets forth the manner in S s been settled and the mode by W hieh the nterest of the demand therein.has bepnascertalned.. Mo. 70---STATE. E EEL. MARKS VS. JDrDG oPr TE TIRDn DIBTICr COUaRT. By peacer, J.-When an exception has 11been lied to the apacity o a plaintiff to :- ~tnd in judgment because of a suit for his , Atrdi. on pending in anothercourt wherein D provisional administrator has been ap 'ted., and the judge orders a stay of pro ewiags u ntil a final decision upon the do - 1ifo.r ints rdition, a writ of mandamus %_ to compel him to immediately try and / , t the i sue raised by the exception. g, 7.,-5TATE a EEL RYOAN VS. ALLN JUMAl. AUDiTa.0 J.-When the ot~ee to bwhich a elected Is, prior to his ul Fijr g cof miseitoed tbsaetr,)eBol- 1 of thewepleto n , edlts the ard gt p Ot~vn thereo for the tarm, for whs ulo s forth s 710--A. Ao , Tvu'ror vs. w, ntn OIxLAIIS t'Aolto iAITJW4T ooPAsvt. n W4it., J..-WhP. a sutl is brought to Sthe illel e+rtlon of works upon land etging to plainttl', and for damages caused bytc omimenemenet of the wor. the dam tshould be allowed if provewi though the insttittion of the suit the defendant had obtained a udgment exproprating th Ilnd, upon tiyment of the amount llt.dby the cry as the price of the property, and the damage resulting from the work done before the finality of the proceedings for expropria tion. . eq.-------e POLITICI. A leadlng Republican paper In Indiana sees indications of a eealline n the Blalne move ment during the laMt few weeks. The Ohloago TWbvne expresses the opinion that Washburne and Edmunds wouild be a most excellent ticket and would carry New York and l9diaba, The wfilnl's atlffrage amendmnet, which has palssed the Legislature of WiPsconsin must pas. through one more Leglaature and then be submitted to the vote of the people. As the election in Oregon takese phe on the seventh of June both of the polltkicl parties f that Stae will virtually vote for presilden. ttat cantidatee without knowilg Who they are. The Philadelphia Bulletin sl Inclined to look with favor on David Davis as a preel dential cantdidate because be Is fat. -It be lieves he ls a safe man, at least. "$leek men who sleep of nights and eat heartily rarely become oonspirators." Michigan papers say that the LegI.alture of that State voted to submit the question of raislung the IovernO.r's salary to $5000 to the electore at the "general election to be held on the first Monday in April, 1o80," and that no such election is to be held. tuNew York Herald corresdondent has ed the Indiaab egslelature as to preel dental preferenoes with the followion res llt: DeUocrate-Hendriorks 5 Bayard I, Davis 5, Tliden 2. Repuhlicanse-laine 34, iShetitan V, Washburne 8, G(ranlt I. The Democratid thembers of the South Carollana Legislature have been polled on their first choloe for a preeltiential canrdldate with the following result: Bayard 78, Tilden 12, Seymour 11, Field 10; eecond cheloe--~ny moor 55 y1,Blyard 21, Tilden 5, HEncook 15. SFeld 8. The Virginla Legislature adjourned with out passing the regular appropriation bills. This will not, however, render a called see slon necussary, as money for the expenses of the State government can be paid out under the old laws at the dledretlun of the G(ov ernor. Jay Gould recently told a correspondent of the 0 lyeston Netes that three out of every five of the epUbilean oiltiUelans favor the nomination of Bilaine. He further Maid that the Democrats could elect the next President if they would do one thlng-nominate Justice Field. The prohibition amendment which has been paged by the Legislature or Iowa In cludes ale wine and beer, and prescribes that the Legislature shall enact fit leglelation for its enforcement. It must pass another Legis lature and be submitted to the vote of the people. The call of the Virginia "Oonservative" State convention Invites the co-operation of all Conservative, Democratle or other cltisens of VIrginia, Irespective of past political as oclatians or diff-rences, who are willing to unite In the effort for a pure, eoonoml-a and constitutional government. The 8oaton t'e.err oomalends Mayor Pince of that lity to the onekleratlon of the Ql.nmtl nosmntion as . propet cfldidate for Vice President on the Democratl ticket, in case a Weutera man carr.le off the preesl Sdentjal nomination. Mr. Prince, says the Ptlelier, is In every sense a Iman who i orthy of the highest honors his party cai Lorriston W. Small, the able New York cor respondent of the Portland Argus, says that "Samuel J. Tilden is about 68 years old; me dlum height, small hands and feet, small, delicate frame, and weighs probably 110 poundes. His face is round, boyslh and beard lees indeed, one would as soon expect to find a beard upon the face of a lad of 15 as upon his. John Kelly looks about 45-fully .o years ounger tnlden, He has the mus oale oy and a of a buffalo; g ands sead fee; bigR, c ttn , li, leitd I ; wide, short nose; wide mout heavy aw ow roe head, short hair, heavy beas, eyes at art, and a bull dug exapressain." Appelntmens at coesaul. N,. . Herald.l W'A1snIlOox, Marnh l.--Fourteen coml atlonh for GooIuha were sentin by the .'eteldent to-day, at idt Is evidence of the osrdfil and' sysgte.atto way in which BSore tary ~varts Is managing his department that 01 two of these are new appointments. All the rest are changes of ofloire already in the service made for the good of the servile and, for the most part advancing meritorious public servants. For Instance, Bret Harte goes from Grefeldt to Glae~ow. J. 8. Potter from Stuttgart to Grefeldt, George I. Catlin from La Rochelle to Stuttgardt, W. P. Man gum from Nagasaki to Tien Tern, B. O. Dun. can to Smyrna from Naples, H. C. . Marton from Malaga to Port Louis, and so on down the list. It is but Just to Ieoretary Evarts to say that this is only a fair example of the system he has already established in the de partment, and which le carried out by him even n higher offices. For anstance, he has' called Mr. . H. Morgan from Egypt tobe Mn. Ister to Mexico, and he sends Mr. Poster, long the ablest Minister in Mexico, to uessla. The consular and diplomatlc service promises to be established on a permanent basis and to offer a career to able men under Mr. Evart.'s control. Tha Indlference of Amuaens. (Denver Inter-Ocean.1 It was nearly a year ago when Leadville was frsint showing what there was in her. There were several newly-made bonanza kings about Denver then, and among them was a man who had probably never had $20 in his pocket at one time previous to his strike. To him the possessilon of a watch was the natural evidence of the possession of a competence, and as he had made more than a competence, he felt that the fact should be indicated by the purchase of several watches. These he had deposited in the Grand Central Hotel safe. One night le came into the office very much the worse for liquor, lurched up to the desk and hiccoughed out to the clerk; "Gimme a watch I" A timepieee was passed to his unsteady hands, but in endeavoring to thrust it into his trowsers' pooket he let it slip and fall upon the floor. Without casting a glance at the fallen watch he lurched against the Cpun ter again, reached out his shaking hand mustered all his faculties to the task of speaking, and then blurted out: "Glmme 'nutherl" Can the indifference of affluence go beyond this? Jehn chtuamaaun 1 leagso. [Baltlmoe Sun.] Quite a large number of Chinamen, drifting eastward from San Francrsco, have made a lodgment at Chicago, to thegreat indignation of the other foreign workingmen tn that city. Already they have been holding meetings to protest against any eneouragement, being given by employers thereto Chinese labor. Some of the boot and shoe manufacturers who, following the example of the trade in Massachusetts, were disposed to give the Chinamen a trial, have been warned to desist, and at a meeting of the operativee, to decide upon some plan of action. one of the spealkers said : "They must make a firm stand, protest vigorously, and give the authorities of Chica go to understand that the Chinese could not ftud a habitation in this city; thatif they per slated in eno euraging them to locate hore the woralngm-n would not wait six months or a year to erect a gallows on the sand lots of Chicago, but would do it the very first day." Mary Anderson gives grand celebrations cl her brtbda'ys, but she'll get over that no Mo ln few y..fre, sad even forget that it Is .-d- al y wkn It Comes. It's so wirth aU :ý . I A liLIC Of THlE PFAT. Ftit Steam Fire Engine New Orleams Ever Owned, IMeealhis Ledger.l An Interesting relic of almost a generation past was seen on board the steamer Golden Rule ae that steamer passed tip the river last night. It was the wirn out wreck of the first steam fire engine the city of New Or leans ever owned, and as the race it has run le an Interesting one a few reminlscences will not grove bad reading. It was only early In the littles perhalf about 1854, that the city of New Orleans bought an enarinu, built at Bal timore at a cost of some 20,000, a colosesal couanrn weighing nine tons, and run on three wheelstwo behind and one in front. The Umahine e.eated a great sensation among the altlans of New Orleaeis when it was received Its advent excited disgusit and derision among the firemen and gave cords of trouble to its managers. Ioon after landing I ints house a big fire broke out In the Verandah Hotel, nearly oupoilte the St. Obahlee, de stroylng that struuture and Dr. Theodore Oiapp's church both oldl-time and popular lanid-marks. IYoung Ame llce," that was the engine's name turned out, broke down on the route but finally did good service in quench ing the flames among the ruins, 0ll Oapt. Jack Adams, a popul r fire warden and in suraeoe agent representative "holding the nteale." It was a long time alter that before the Young America gut another chance for a run. When it did the unwieldy thing broke down In turning a street corner, and It did not rea.h the fire until several hours late. The next chance it had a mud hole caught it on the bounce, and no water was thrown. The volunteer fire boys wt-re greatly tihklbd over these mishaps and the heavy expense bill for resairs. Sbout that time Israel lbbhhons., the local of the crescent, and afterwards a major In the Southern army, long since gathered to his fathers wrote a ibunch of humorous vOIre s about the "Y.ung Amerlcat" anid this made more fun for the fire boys. ' he rhymes were In part as follows; "I'm not much On a run, I dott't fanvy Atsh fun. M1i wheels all your iear y streets hurting: I detest such child.' vlay. ]But prmiwlt me t', ear. I'm in when you talk about sulirtnta. "Junt. put my main opve l J ,ck Adams's a.lie. And I'ii throw from an il street to Gretna; i'll knook ohld In my Ire An! so t; of a fire. From a Dutchmate's smoke-plie to an 1.Etns." There was a lot more of the same style, but this is enough for the nonce, as the Young Alnerla soon after fell into disgrace, the in troduction of the latta five-and-a-half ton engine, with four wheels, twing much easier to handle and much more t ff.ctivo in every particular. Since then their weight has been further reduced two tons or more. After lying idle and oostlng a pile of money, the Young America was sold to a large sugar plantation owner, who carried it up the ouast and set It to work to pump slpeage water from the cane-Ilelds and throw it over the levee into the swarmps Now, after more than twenty-five years' service, the old, worn-out Young America is on its way North as old iron, to be broken up and melted over. 8ev eral visitors from shore examined the ancient affair as it lay on the steamer's forecastle last night, and one or two who witnessed its youathful operations and the grandeur of its reception then, recognised it on sight, de apite time's corroding rust and the maohine's apparent lack of care. Bheekls iS l uglal d. Those who have traveled in England ean tnet fail to remember the excessive annoyance caUsed by the Wretched system there pre valent of taking charge of the baggage of Ipasengers on the various railways. In facte there can hardly be said to be any sysetem at all, The traveler ite up his traps at the station and if he takes the trouble to see precisely where they are placed upon the train, he may stand a chance of easily re claiming them at the end of the journey' but , it sometimes heDp.s that some one is ahead ) of him and carries them off before he has a chance to protest. There is no method of I identification, except the word of the traveler, I and this, as may be supposed, I4 not always trustworthy. tne of the large Enlish rail way companles has at least been brought to ofa recogiitlon of this evil, and the Englishl Spapers ttate that an olicer of the Vermont hentral has been engaged to tsaWh the em ployes of the Great Eastern Company the mysteries of the check system. Meoe Oecam stea.er., (Baltimore Hun.i Another magnificent steamer of 7500 tone and 10o000 horse-power is buildlng on the Clyde for the Cunard line, and a 000 ton steamer for the Anchor i.e. At Barrow-in Furness a new steamer is building for the In man line which is expected to be a marvel of marine arohitectur6(. She is to cost $1,000 000, will be 8100 tons burden and is to be thor oughly equipped for speed and safety. This ship will be a four-master, carrying heavy canvass, and is expected to attain a speed of nearly nineteen miles per hour. 8be will be able to accommodate g30 first-class passen gers, and, beseldes numerous water-tlahtoom partments, will protect her bollers and en gines by longitudinal bulkheads. A Criminal's Trlek. A church organist at Aratoff, near Kieft, lately confeessed on his death bed to the mur der, twenty years ago, of a farmer. He com mitted the crime with the priest's pistol, which he stole, and then plaiced in the soa cristy, confeseed to the priest, so as to pre elude the latter from giving evidence aga.est hai without infringilg the obllgation of se ory. and then went and denounced the priest as the culprit. The priest, who vain l protested his innocence, was sentenoa4 to aid labor foe life, and on his liberation belnr applied for on the strength of the or is death-bed confession, the reply was that 'he had died a few months before. **---~·----- A husband takes his wife to agallery to be photographed. As the sacramental formula against laughlng Is about to be pronounced the husband comes to his aid. "Now, Mary1" he says, "be grave; don't laugh, brelse you 11 spoil the piture. Think of somethilnaq se rious. Think of how you was pent to the penitentiary for hog larceny-think of what would have become of you if f hadn't taken plty on you and married you I Now, theen" ILT. EDG 18 A THOROUGH REMEDY In every ease of Malarial Fever. and Fever and Aguns while for disordersofthe stomacb, torpidity et the liver, indigestion and disturbances of the erimal forces, which debilItate, it has noequiva. aen., and can have no subse'tuts. It ahonld not be coofonnded with triturated compounds of cheap apilla and essential ois, often sold under the namef Bitters. FOR 801E BY hwiam , Eru.a r m t n staic )yws u aediBlslPeW*o r LEGAL MOUIOGEl. TMUBTSEE SALE., In the Circuit Court of the tnited Statee, for the Distrlet of Loldslaaa. Mo. 1lb. EDWIN D. MORGAN AND JAMES A. BAYNOR, Trtatess and eoeolvers, ?r, THE NMW OBLEAN., MOBILE AND TEXAS IAILIBOAD COMPANY, THE ..AW ORLEANS. MOBILE AND TEXAB RAILROAD COMPANY (Buoessor). HENRIl J. GARDNER AND PETAB BUTLER. ET ALI, tUNDEr A1D BIY VIRTUE OF THE DB Jres pftDe said t, d ly made and en tede.th ltao tmirantled an numbere coan, on the Blth dar f March. A. D. 150, an tnutder the piowe ers Ontei edi a h ra Ior li o,],| ti fet dulexecut hrteraa ie nd tUhattiooga Railroad totn ,ny, the prede cesor of the oomPa nv rast, a" 1ed. on the first day of Januaty., 159, n whioh has been d recorded and estabilh In and by the decree, we, Edwin ora an Jame A.kaynot, trustles there it . Will eel at ublottc tlon to the I t sEd llB etbtdd. in ukeyd for Ma, uS r a e e esrinten pneof te 4. WonIey, the a ma t r at p0tted itl t a lut puae oh 147URDAY. th etfen t l o Apsril, A. l. teen, at the hour of . o a,, at the Otrance to the OnetogH kOt oldin on anal street, in the cit of a s. In he Bt it of Loislsaa, al and sin . entire rallroad of the said corPotaitotIo between ,end within the alt e of Mobi.e, In the Stata of Alabama, nad New O0 leans, In the State of Lo.utelsaa, a d between the ad cttje, wttht the tiatee of L .tuisana t isis ppl Aiabama. and l of the real and eraoDll brWperty of the said cfolrration of every natrs and kind whatsoever decribed or owmi rehetded in the terms of the sald dea of tr,to r ether with all of the tlhbts, privi egs, lranSe, immr uitile, corporate or oth erwise. I"nluded In the nsame an'd from whom oever derI d urtuat th the sald deed of trustablA ld in and by the decree aforesaid, in ludl a it o way. ainds traeks, bridges. rails, atof e elins, crs, lenders. offlor:. rolling stock tools, depots, station-housps, car houces, anlne-houset., warehouse,. freight houe.s, w.aer t.nks, wood sheds. sootion houtes, whtrve1te.adligs, platformus. manhle shope. machlaery businela otlices and fural. turu. as well as all of the fuol rallr ,ad stores aund materials rol hand, owned, uned or occu olere for opetin nga or dlug the bulietaa of the said railroa.Also. seven tbousand one hun de and n h e re. n sh'aea of the capital stok of the Ponubtaatl'ein taeiroad Company of the .tate of oela la, and the dooree o the said ouort .rlative to the said stock, in f fr ft the sad trustees against the sat ' 1ntchartra Ratil oad Company, of ate bruary , 1s79, with all of the rights conferred to said o,upla ats in ad by the aald dooree. And also all o the addtitloof, ama ior .ions. replacewmeLtt In, on or to tht said The New brleans, Mobile nd Teas Railroad1 or every n ture sad kind whatsoever, which the seld compnants ma a made as trustees and receivers. Includng ll of the b ildings, works and machinery, I Iding. and snour tenan esof the OreOLA t Work- at Weat Paaus gojtla, in the kltrd$ fglte ppl. The sald ralir@0 eo Imtetd and in opera. tion between thEOitles of Mobile, In the Btae of Aiaban, and n and through the Itates of Ala. barn., Misslasspi po andloulsinla, to the cilty of N, NwUrleaas, in the Rtate of Louislana, b'nng In Ienst lit miles, more or less, teoausve of at e tra k,. 'Terms and qodit|e of sale in ecordance wth the said d vii: Odeah to the highest bidJer n the a t, t under he dtree forc the saidroert to b ith prior to the day of s h 4 ED WN D N and JAESIi A. RA or and dTr troerty, ll er F. A.o WpL Yl.aster, mhtltoap2a peola. Maser, LEGAL NOTICE. TEUSCtE' SALE. In the Circuit Courtt fthe Unitd Stltat for the Dlittlet Ot Lstinsam.. No. l9a7. EDWIN D, MORGAN and JAMES A. BAYNOR. Trustees and Reetivers. vs. THE NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAS RAILROAD COMPANI, a THE NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAB RAILROAD COMPANY (Buccessor). SHENRY J. GABDN~B AND PETER BUT LER ET ALB. ITNDER AND BY VIRTUE AND IN A. U oordanoce with the terms of a decree of foreolosure entered herein on the fith day of Marob. a. D. lose. ard under the powers con talnod in a mortg4se or deed of trust dated L Ocober . 1,7. drly madeeand roded by The New Orleala, Moblke ana TeraSRailroad 0orn pbny, known andtdtesribted aInthe proceedang ae the second mortgae, we, Oliver Ams nd William Wiia. Trusteas thereunder, wil sell n bulk anti for ea.htothe loast andhl eat bidder sutdot hofwever to the lIens, prefe Onces and rorlties of the deed of trustexe Souted by The New Orleans. Mobile and Obatta e nonoga istiroad Oomppan of the first of Jan. I, ar. 18* known and descrlbed In the e StWentYo1rth e,0fAl. . 880li, at the entrance to the Oto ding on Oa Sotre. e of w Orleans In the New Orleans, Mobile and Teo Railroad Ormn pany, whether th e be i t tie o No O rleans and Mobl or btwen those cltes, or beyond the city 9f Mqbile and within the States of Alabama ad Tennessee, and also all of the ,, real and pere~nai i~ descrbeld or com prehended in the ldof f trust, tether II ith all of the rfghts. prlee. franchise Immunittes. cororate or kwle, inlude a In the same and from wh oever deri t purauant to the aideotraI . OIJILLAAMS. mh-l to a- .. Trnte-s. t(bnwbrme Dr. ratog'a RIdney are.) A veetstle repsrstion r nd the ol s remedy In the wworld for Br'Iht's D - Siabses and ALL Kiadey, Liver, em UTrinari. Iieses. A'TmtimonlalI of the highest order In proof ofthbese statements. JIFor the cure of Diabetes, call for Warr mas's Saf Diabetes Care. digr or the curef B ght.e and the other dleses, call for Warner's Saib Elldae and Liver Care. Safe Remedies are sold by Druggists and Dealers in Medicine everys where. NH. Warner & Co Preprwetears. BOOHETEB, N. L Whet r P.ap S sad Testioulatls. IO4g winleeatl In aNaw Orlnaea by L 1. L!T Ohb aad G. B. FINLAY & 00. tes TuThB S~ISCHWABT BRQ, 14 ) TO 10 DIAD i SUEN* SAGEnIT ron DEW'SPiT STER P 1S a'mo a 0as l U puabl sb WUM 1 to al 0s @ Ot GBEA4T REDUCTION IN PRI.CS) b s . id o101 me noe a I s 5 o el l or1et 1 oa d matael SUPERIORITY OF TEA DMANE P.MP, IMPROVEMENTS IN DEISIGN AND DETAIL g . ltmIlt.a3 eenastben and versiet It for tUs ma3yus to Wbl I ItI anlhiB The Most Perfeot liteam ]Pump Madie. b PI fl subleeted to a tloraou test befr leaia te UeSelUtOlr. sad qvert , TuoWn ounv to refund le ou robe smoea In am eMS l>mm owld fall to to We oofhmail r On la arse ad comlea ms ortmsAt ol FUnlS 1O VACUVX, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEDING B . " Wt a.EI) le u 0f oULLT NN.lta. r ARo WIND. STEEL BABB FENCE WIBE. soeo ene 1 r ourw THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE (CHRAPNP We are Prepared to hmeate AU Orders, Isall or Lrge, Fralnu y aq a Law Priews. 11IEDMAN'S INEICTOINS AND EJUECTOS. igetteaon hiv n omlwn, adoth u Th. Beet of Pumps Will Sometimes GOt Out of Oaten, fW r eatlw. to In lo aru Uiua uab W sl wi a Elm oe t laodm ve pa ,Id Mi orr Iuan ` el an ýýh C Poo of ooo To ri a togMewpia~e r.,w. * f Great Saving in Fuel, and Wesr and Tear of Rele~li. 2 ___he~ltqma emvpoieb?~ltD I wehlp t~ nJtfl~tIL ~fl~nj1 to ta. IOir'rl 1 OS inwvuw tol Tle Peed Water Inters Ub ho Inj r In e a oon ir eaxtar~je over me unano woiI t~s rowe app to te onsOfel3 given. euarn to wort to so If trd. be sent ,t%%n responuible fIIFtorJ11I1V d6i1.9 to wor 'as ran roa to be uzueid a n of mnow D EA.LERB IN JIJDSON AND ALLEN GHYVEBRN S; .9hapley do ~Wels' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOI BSTEABOAT, CHUBCH A)D PLANTATION BJKLZ Bar, Hoop, Sheet and B3oiler WHE~ITE LEAD,, Pat til Polished and Pointed Born Shoe Sinle and ble MORRIM TAMKER as CO. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pip., STEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTINGs, Steam and Gas5 Pipe Tools of .11 E!SU DAO~GR; jroC HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, by JornaNl foze.e. boiser. SbUaAtl rot Eow1nd l ion m wdat wl lM sue! JNmmu ATHAN & DERBrYFU IYETAT0I I9 AU LY-ACTIJI LURICITOZ 1n im! -.I Bose.gaýY7arn. ew ý gZVj 3AUsESa3 AjS EndL 5UPFLW S ALL na uus, Ewstmatea for New Boilers Furnished e Applicati ýa f aoouarý CZ&: Pereeaý bs SO= a r bon) 1~6, I~Kr~aR bi ais ICa hUSK RI. 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