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.. LOUOI NAle a
* ha* l"ll Buirle is for riaooilk
¶lhb asB aills are now regul again.
Bu So+lshan Waztchman Is for $in- a
il s odanler of an overlw in Avoy. 0
l AlnAvoyelle i delightful and
o guts 4ealg to the State
y Je ie lM, his 1be oMleisal
Stim for the ityelol In .atn
The r ln iabine this year wW be Late i
Y .,o unfavorable weather.
that the Bayrou Maringonat
0oupe% s brkD a" n
++ . leteI.o, Wt ýer ow e, n
w sunk at dVia last week,
p for a large of dewberries
dg, and a liarue on of dew
et n thlnat i s 1e40"lae
or 1~is. n l tm ItlIuanin o -
steamboat landing in front of Manl
o PnueFmine is uow overlowed, and
ire regh t at the head of lourt
I BIge, Poaint Coupe parish, on
rdy, a difliaity e oourld drlg
}a.r psaun ashot and itusatliy
i ro mar.
Wi.t Baton Bauge begar Plant,
rh been pu.lioan, ll placed the I
ot rel Hanof at te a. d of its
i siuli o Plequmine fromn
holds a nIeae meetngon April
ate to the State Oonvent on.
wants the narish delegate lIn
, nof mlnl tldentally shot
t a gt 1st Monday. The wound
one, anj willOel hia arm, but,
., e will Dul through.
lot CrI for BEast Baton ouge
Lse die Tueeday. The retiring
s r made a few remarks
casion whblo were well reettived.
kavlle Educational Assooiation
1. A eommittee to solicit subporlp
io the asolaton has been ap
Lli. thme rer o his , ,nPoont
; to protect his arop from the back
that are now comng upon us so
elre now runilni a m. Bome
e r stl plantin corn,a few
a t hers are pre
Sew planting otton.-(1
Baon Bose Apllon deolares that
is of that town sng
iy +..c d, ,to
admsli traL-,io divd
t ris only afteen Inhes deep
rokan it is to be hoed that tb
i ltU and the waer before our
False river are seriously dam
tome Coupe Pelican.
J a , na roungentlema
shoIIt h l with a , on
sTe wound is a angerous
I a ot cuPght in the1ult
rid veyt. Ins
e : m ns .-[West
of e bales o cotton, on
rw de b fr one
adoI B a NI oi the rise.
Ie Isfaling rapidly, and crassed at
rouble, The Ouaohlta
Si tea few d rising. A
tou the ayouaholomew.
Jn-u Of t.i ont a lmemo of
o °lm an wh0 died a i1 that.
jSt. E ple. n d
oI n wa tat the tawo
oand d loomaingsfro
Iftheree two brld4rs flost aena
jet.cir alge.-!West IFe3tLoan Ben
urutfrt at Macon last week.
s to b~as ibillhed at Wlnona.
is ragig all over the ltate..
is ezperdmentfln with silk
deeLded Hancook boom through
?apulatmors are prospeoting
a- llid- ng mules and cattle
weatr her aet lron opers
all over the 8hate.
cia a 14 eonvieta aubjeot to peniteao
iipdiglpe In the State.
aribeen ada tted
qt iams county propose
DRU w ll namo remove
W r Ia y samut. Loi.
~ . t,. tbro u the
- : Mmiuian Ralroad withoat
sil rather blighted the
M says the grand jury of
te* inaeasto two weeks, and
NE &s says the chancery
1 eo s ,e I t omAl t
l und r t rs l
Ma rth Rjtbson wi p casingu deadth
eato ha a an Invittond
uWes leoma n r th e nnise ,er - thatl
bley t w. he o ,Lmemern ad
ý. sany themrmed thofn W odn ted mod
· astha thel aue was a found dd nea
r aiducl or n the i ehm Dp a nleatt ad.
wyn, n e eoIlnta.t Heo cyrd eot a
Wo-.mn oa.ed t- Ent isf areo i n Jail,
Thrde wuit thbe murer.
n It atn of that ction o w f stheot Sta his
n..e or seven mil heast o arroth, on
unstily arentl lhle to cover the oore vr
feThe r eal butO Herned declares that the
rut a of that seoUon of the t te hm
badly do' pie bpthe late cold pell,
ne ppe of ithe rbssi-esppl, howvlr,
tertl underat the oait aop of the to will be
tha dotnee on the amce rcl nerarBald
nsallyd withrg this year.
r.Several families of negro who went to
Kanas from Sumner county returned home
by the w e of this p lace lat o wk. Tay did
ot unpk their bhatten ls i st oause, dclonr
Kovdaper mounty Circult Cout, for the res on
Thea ould not be found to try the the.
Everybody who cold r ead had cxresell an
opinion one way or another about the mats
Theunu dstreuals in and around Lwrence is
errible. The numter of deaths from mentn
eti has been equal to if not more than dur
ing theterrible yellow fever epldemlc of 1878.
Mr. Morgan, wo l e about two miles from
Laywrence, has y t within the past ten days a
four children.- Newton s, eord e
Th Dmothat i rat w caucus of th members of
the Legislature appointed a committee of
three from each connre-- onal distrit andd
two from the sate at large, to confer with the murder
Governor in refer ence to calling a extra se
ilon of the LeIslature, to make a legislative
app.rtioument after the enumeration is
There are six Cog tresional aspirants in
th firsat drly-culnpt.iun, colonels and se
rats. Col. Sm Meek, of Columbue Gen.
erdye, Coapt John ha Allen, of xpree, an
opeld, one wy ornother about the mudrow, the
pre t distress in nd t ound fr
Di has the exc to it not morendat upothn duthe
the terrhble steamellow r Little P. t Vick.
b.urg, a edeay eeng, a colored woma
the hunreds standilng along the river_ htaJ
uThe D pmer deaus ofo the members ol
The Largesamount of rain that fell here
twon hton top of the foote at larg d that had
fallen efoOeexlts fears of serious flood
oinOChisr riverfalong the line of road
South.e T , aturge to river farm leis ouve
to be seris ao the river. All farm work
ap upenied all over the eoontry.-eration is
The fPaurs et tamer, lonile P.," was
burned in ol. Sam opo te Colut bus g.
Tudkne eveno i , olo 2C p.m. Rhe wasno o
Sohieldf e r betlnth, antaed 1 000 sMuldrow,
heoott n f 0 t.nsured
During the exatement attendfalt upon the
freight cm the steamer Liwtlas P. t Vimas
urbOn adnestday evla no a1 oolcr woman
Mr.ed Brtle Holnma who was reu mn
wlti.m. si s dinlo the ries from an
Meadvllo fell from tongue of hi on
heep owners ount Blac reek have for here
time een trouble ong the he kil road
w thief, and to eatch him pro veb d
futile until the poisoning method was tried
when he was effectually eaht. This wol
wast .he only one wlcb hasistedl that ac
ti for many years, and altheough th. re but
& abort time, we learn that" over a hundre
s aheep feoltim to his appetite.-[!andaboro
A tornado paed east of the Grand Bay on
Monday evening, demolihin In its. course
the colored Bapst church, blowing down W.
. Fowl's house and foces, unroon the
house of Mlanus Edwards, colored, de1troy
Ing the fences and cabins of the rea
plae and entirely carrlin asway Mr. John
8imond's barn and ai so outbutildinge.
Eighteen persons were sleepin in one house
whose roof was Tried , fortunately
no one was injured so far as heard from, The
track of the storm was about two hundred
yards wide.-[Paelagoula Star.
On last Tuesday nlght Charles Bloom and
W. H. Harris. rival bar-keepers at Rolling
ie lor. fell Harris made some threats, in
Uand two wh e natts hLs body, Se
shortly afterw t to B n,
when the row of thoe whprevue night was gere
newed. Harris attaceil and knout ked Bloomm, when
down. Bloom ad pistol whiree h went off ao
time pt been trhis pocet as he f he reportn
Swise thand attempted to draw his pstol, but before
he ould do so Bloom reing method s feet, drew
Shis Istol and shot Hand althrough the head,
Skilling h'im immediately.
There was alarge loss o stopk in Hamilton
county duriag the last cold spell.
The Texas Oolored Farmers' Association.
with headquarters at Dallas, has applied for
a charter. *
Seventyflve eodusters have gone recently
from San Augustine county to the northern
part of this state.
A party of Indla s ttacked a rsmeh In the
Chendatmounttans last week, killing one
man and earning off a boy.
Peter McLaughllUi, aged twenty-seve com
miuted suicitde at Henrietta, Clay county, on
Friday, by blowing out his brains with a pie
The election in Milam county, for location
of county seat, concluded for retaining (Jam
eros, the present site, bya two.thirds major
H. F. an old and respectable citi.e
ofi b-suloet heis proper maind after the
d.eath of his i'egave his twelve year
old son a fatal dose of morphtne and laid
down on the grave of his wife and died from
the sase pois.
A eommittee of farmer has been
oArm Dasla s and adjoining countles with
a ful set of of losm. The society has deter
mnaed to rid the aeotion of the darln bands
of horhe thieves that have been operating so
extensively, and some neck stretofing on the
lynch order may soon beantiUipated.
Constable John Taylor who was shot
throeu the ud by Gabe 'elder at Ohappel
Hllo, i weak, but al steadlly. The bail
ýied from the rear throuh and out below
thu.t eye the Jon ta is dea, tel right
lheat ek and handun!! the right a
e Iry~ wiilvtwh
a n p.
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Mo.nust, March 9, t..m.
Present-All the I ostloes.
BY 0lI(t1 JVUTIUO3 INt 4l. 4
. W. N. logers, appellant, vs. W. 3.
lhe app. ant suagests that as this oout on
January . 190. hatd not junredlotIon oP any
5ue05 under $tiOG, and was withehut Power to
dmismIs any soon case, or say part of the
peadins erein, to the reudie a th ri
of the D rtes rves the oott. to order h.e
s no aerred to the ourt of Appeals
This oarha not dIsemýIssed this ouseo, or
any at oe the plead s therein, on January
s,1080,ýor at a othertlm e.
r h bthee t December Iust to
show cause why certain papers alould not be
sed s rd of this cause. There was no
reýo n le ad none presente to be f01ied
The obhectoý nat rule was to aye certain
ersf ns d reatteMdand ueas a rd.
Oane Ilo Eo !those ppers we found on
tir h eA tn at the sum in dSoute was under
rop ion then reoad stat that we
I to I lotn of the cese, ether undere
Snstlton of 1 or 179 and our deoree
elmny andsoley disall d tKoe1 rule; ito. other
wors wne said tatwe o.,lO not order the
papers to be considered ana treated as a reoo d,
or would we a re any order except one dts.
We oud not dlSnmiss an 5ppeal. since there
was none ere to dsemiss. e soult not transe
for a uase when there was none to transfer.
And it must be obvtos that w can ao no more
nowthau w could ehve onee en.
TIhen we. i.oerge9 a rnle. Now we deny a
motion. Therefore te motion is denied.
United Statee Distriot Court.
Iun thQ csme of a ret vs. the stembQi
3d onarardson, udas BIllings yesterday do.
elded thea the. opo-one for the recovery of
d aiep n the death. y a*Ot "nt. of the son
of th e pimntr-ýwa en Yadmtralty praere ingf
and he ,ruedthe excep one to t he
In te of , sr. Pajewsk, owner of the
Echo' - or . Fandely.. againsl t the Oaron
delet O pa d iavi1a.tlon em yn a pro
that bot- pla nti and di cetndant were atfault,
ind dvde he damagles, which are to be here
after aset ned.
Second District Court.
I the matterof . e a. pointmýt of a tteor to
the Oblldren Mre. oepl BI ery, Jud e
sote has deold to leave Ie ramer to q a fai
ly meettnr. subject to the aprove l the
First .Distriot Court.
Win. Petty. Henry Benson and James Quinn.
Wan. Ptty two charges of obtaining goods
under false pretenses.
ARRAIONED AND PLEADED NOT GUILT.,
Bobt. Ga eJr., assault and battery.
Mary Maroney, Iarmeay.
8. BeLds, 8ambola a DuGros. attorneys for
Dr. 0. Falkenstein. convioted of vinr lot.
tery ttckets in possession have led a mo
tion in arrest of judament, whioh has been hsred
for argument by the court or the thirty.flrst
Bandall Ambrose, woundinr less than may
hem. convicted of assault nd battery, was sen.
tenced to four months in the Parish Prison.
Clara Foster larceny.
Patrick Condon. larceny.
Superior Criminal Court.
In the asse of Thos. Wall. ohar od with grand
laroeny.a motion for the redution of bail was
argued and taken under advisement.
ABBAIGWND AND PLEADED NOT GUILrTY.
J. Smith assault and battery on a police offi
cer: k1. E. buff. assault and battery on a police
ABRAIGNED AND PLEADED GUILTY.
Henry Bevel. oarryig concealed weapons.
The accused was sentenced to afine of se.and in
default, ten days in the Parish Prison.
Wm. A. Powell. o.. murder. The particulars
of this case will be lound in another column.
First Reoorder'i Court.
James Brown, breach of trust and embezzle
ment; Superior Criminal Court; bond ss00.
LouisJohnson. stabbing and wounding;: $00
ar ain, alias Washington Pettyr, larceny:
use appearance bond.
ary Hannah, uontting and wounding; X60o
sam Andrews. BIIl Edwards and Ike John
so nassault and battery; $so appearance bonds
Ponnie Woods. alias Fannie Htoke. cutting
and wounding; 600oo appearance cond.
Joe. Miller. W.. Welientine. Emile Larzasrd,
Jas. MoGarrigan, robbery; 5600 appearance
uhas. UDhaffer, petty larceny; $250 appear
REAL BSTATU TRANSFERS.
Mrs. T. Schuatmann to Leo Beckman. a lot
and buildinas. bounded by Lapeyroese.
Prieur. Johnson and Laharpe. 10125. 1000.
Mrs. A. Goodman and heirs to Mrs. n. Kil
ler, two lots and improvements. bounded by
Jaekson. Philip. Liberty and Hoeard streets.
-Francis Franclnques to Mrs. Paunline Brown.
a lot. etc., bounded by Constanoe. N0renro.
Magasine and Constantinoplaetreets. 220o,
uo°eeessloa ou J rs.jtheriae darquart to
Geo. Brsndt. a lo and buildings, bounded by
SAndrew. Josephine. Franklin and Liberty,
sores; also, two other lors in same square.
same measure,. oe.
George Purves to James Young, two lots,. etc..,
hounded ky St. David, Harmony. Litberty and
venth atreets: 25 - 40 -
John Bsesich to John Juno a lot and build
ings, bounoed byr Touietouas, Boussau.
Fourth snd Washington streets19tt. 1. 251.
Henry B. arbo to Ed. B. feoste, a lot. etc.,
bounded by Jersy . Lvee. Soneat and Robert
son streets a0xto, $100.
W. R. H Witereil and W. Frank Witherell
to O. G.Holt. four lots. etc.. on Water street.
near Levee. and another lAt on Levee. near
Pleasantt rerat.t $150.
Me. Usrla has, to Thomas B. Watsona lot,
'tc.. bonde by Seveenth._ Eglth. Camp .i
B irholomew beniS to '. .1 A.Jsewel
lot. s o, bo Lereac 160t.X s ere
less. 4e4 1bv D ode.os Lseiouee, On
ýnie, d fie an' 1$'
t o to nr su Lot ne , a lotjud
tote ,ýttn y arran roa. orxno·
*to e R nDpsti L't7M5o Pero
1Sx~t , ~BhO (
BO&SD 01 KNALUH 12OOED.
The following wes ieoorored yesterday at the
offisof the loed of eelthl:
Mis, PhtltD Wgnastst, etson
is. t y atawes, a an
Xis Tmo. of , vs~on.
rill, ha, iset. a tenn
Mrs. loseýp) nu, a onughtor.
r s. n ~~b~ody. a ughter.
vs. r4J.k. i ets, a so ;.
is. arlas *amuols. a daughtr
5ogtvh i Ammnd tyosenhlo ale
peoou r t9 iartoolse. ei tn
Sr,,ouPýer te loe Uner
Bartioino .0 a1osý to o ism Wlroey.
je , 4months.
oe Ofmvrenu !Sears.
JPary Tomas.I month.
X.e Gtwi Ian S months.
Lci. odomtort, !yar ysLnd a mouth..
DAILY £.UTTUE LIST.
n eldtou f g s urti? A L m r
so vr borne CP mrs
Tae hamuel mrs wes D3ria s 5mrs
olsonanl II v
Nirsoojn nrrcns onPeameo
hurah rederlo ay . tJ ms
Hg nrd hp_ nov .iarl
o ntiome F W )orggsun C3
`Irteg r t 0 art a 0 lde Yrn klinr
tlcreo T was met Oliverrt, Rg
U aliable Ltes
oemsin~ !r ~ u fat h ane o 1bert
~baeW teilS M mse
keuoýe altar nudl
netsý toer ýe agnls mrs
Thrbmtt as ill Junnie miss
svmon osephiue mrs
cBills ps 1tilida mrs Peters Bimon
Cataish of she Bladder Carsi.
BUmiaNITA, Monroe Co., M. T.. Jan. a, isso.
H. N. Wimema & Co.- (istemen: I aa- man
sixty, sno taru of e., haye lived I, Mop1
jaouuti. I , most of jjy lite. r# ~d boile ber
any statement ts aat ue. ;Iha
terrlbleg~ufferer rfotr'`ttes Itge Uhe
tieas - seor your laey Einue n4 er y*oftr"' fmwbs
no s only rneliefed but £oounf Jr ve rýna
The beist touio in the world is Malakoff Bit
ters. Prise medal reoeived at the Paris mzo-.
I~ed'es Git Edge Tjlo oarse' dvspveiea.
ty ]L a N. amory.
SALU WITHOUT RBBEBRV
45 CA B T
B. i. , te & RY -WILL BE SOLD ON
ByU PY, .rob so, _"o, at 10 o'clock
The whole comprisin a fine aaaortesnt of
esirabje goods, suitable for the city and coon
e e--At sale, mhbs
D. M atgom.q t o.
M"01 _EBttnsj0 0O . eeA d -
S-eir regular au
sat e ele, ae to at moderat
Will sell Hors 08 . Cariae sa
Harnes at auction. at
Wo. 'O earaasse a
o erý WEDNESDATY asd BATURDAT at 1
ng ments of stook olidatsd. asuni
*vUC.m.IOieN Nw iem.
Uueeesson of J. N. hLawhas.
SEOO1D DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR
ish of Orleaus. N. lt0 8s-Ntioe is hereby
given to the oreditor of this state and to all oth
er ersona herein intereted to show caMse with
in tn days from the present notflation, if any
they have or .na. why the account presented
by Mrs. Mattie Shawhan. admnisatrtrix o
this succession, should notbe approved and
homoloagated and the funds distrbuted in
By order of the oo.rt
mbao ap4 a JOHN RBEBERT..Clerk.
saeeess.et of Paul ,Tm rr .
SEO0ND DISTRIOT COURT FOB TBH PANBt
t.. ish ,,! Ne w eOernea. o. 4o,48.L-NotJio is
hereby '.len' to the creditors of,' thise'estte.
and to all other persons hereain itereted, to
show euse withli ten days from the present
alfctn, thy have r a. why the ac
ount-eeented b aoino Bnol. adminitra
tor of ;his estate, should not be aoproved and
homologated. and the funds dis ibud in ac
By order of the court
Bah hs pap' JOHN HERBERT. OlerL
la the mater eof reary Weber., Jr.
SOOD DISTBIOT COURBT FOB THB PAR
h or Oreas. No. 4,4--Whereas. Theo
ore Weber has petitioned the court forletters
of ouratorhifpn. the eatate of Henry .W.
Jr. an absene. Notice is hereby given toaUll
whom it may ooncern, to show cause within ten
duls h y ot rae of the said petitioner
shlouldnot be grantedr
By oder of the court.
h.o12 to JOHN ]HERBERT. Clerk.
In the matter oet John . Weber; an ab
SEOND DISTRI IT COURTN FOR TH
17 ish t Orleansd. o, t Whr
dore Webbr esd'tloned the ur.
an absentee. Notice- Is hereby giveL to
whoe a it mry ecnern toish ew u.ew in ten
days why the prayer of the 6rrld petioner
should not be.rented.
By order of the court.
mhs2 260o JOHN HERBERT. Clerk.
NeOTICl OF sPECIAL. ACTS.
Retite or spee"at set.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
introduooe a bill in tne Lentlature for the
removal of the Melpomese Drsint jnamaN-.Y
JOHN Mk ONY,
S Represent-tive Tenth Ward.
r New Orleans February 28.1880.
feo mb6 1218 at sO*
esaute of speraI sex.
SA-t a stp to to eo l i my fer
ice MW et..ls fif aioae o
t MiKUP Aruil.
-tOt* et LeI IfSUt V.i , ft CheII IaI
stIretbet e O CU'R Jut, P* I
i , Bq )'in 17e-rea' J so. this "lt o
ri , to t dt ., l't tbo o a .
ManBa 7 a
,le the ]rll t1 Ott, noust or Ite As
O r ns, in te eitl
pite ofi - p oa1
Armo .. 1t)tary p1b0 otrps ,ueonIMesi.
t-15 - tt],tn D7 I 0 N eit t . the
dfa au ru o tao a r a
poed to at t ofumb t tw o, d tUth eorhg,
er.e I t OtwAi d of hoA a t o of his h .o e D
SnmurI ai t it s omit at eu
1 t rip b 8 rO iD.a triet,
nt t a Mt ,ona draenrs m L on
veA-d ir o, tlir st el o i r. oun, o aem , t
l a n one ar tan mdle l toet. e
ndw d1.4n m ore1 nbr the reiUd.
SOth o r Isi D it arhe o tf l!Jansr
Iuaret Ott .td, we , !gll w f" ,
- s ntao ro pe u 0 le blr . eat elet
file, In tr t ~fron t on abýýer e thi. r
r o cýa ds ýD' l ins das
to , witha theD
oranmetl. sr en, to a n
otar. teilb llo.e 0 f . u letar
-.e llT OP 10UL D, stued lll thi iIf e "
Disntritol.t.ll oillne d l I t n_ ar !
Jule 91., toed No di u t.4 pa0o .o
still feetý e ium ie t i i a hre9 linel Jh..
dept ilei e i oamra timert r -
IUtl, er.i notarto ias aittr wlfrowl e ll.
&bei 01!l d to r thie roe rot. onbliitr,
otary abil Tof llgetur With bluldi`oot1
erg.. A LrOTfl O U emeut. tu etier 4
c lt o ts oilo tao Prtia of Oibbns
mhsn o l r avG I 5 2. iin
onta eia ador~ite Vs. Alex. o piua.a e
wl n nlumber nivt I I.r t ti o e
. Maner. in tary, a Onut t e w ile b p t
deed let mea re tlla bl bre o f, rohto
ad nt S Ie ostreet,
ntni crest b one t uhftO ant trenty feth
ievea £t of I n One M1o.u nDOhlP, ,lleth le'
-itu the insld and ta Improvemets therqeoon, t
thd p ýnntb MFbo,
ivil ti eriff of' te Pail of Orlearnl.
(aehte aend fe. vs a . Alex. hi ie lIO hfer,
men t ) les,. .t g .O-te r uit o
oin or liet maeits, to A O Are l e fgine
,nr otfb t rwin e e of bo thr e "ag e
eed.to sell at ubaio of aln. pt te Merchilatsi
wedn au aend hetowae bfe ow.e ,p.
oeod Diltrt, t of lit n its tlyt, o wIit ,
a lcln t o a toI |o'l . t , e lotUrow inge
inohle oud improems te tereon the
rig e, s, rvltu espy " 0 e ll
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on Otten o h h of O$rcles ans.
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etS 18 e o f Or erns.
s a eis sa t myl
lisy Oaraeha w. 8 teele ,peace Is Gao
notfare on thet vnoenithfMa y. 157, 5 .
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city:,.sal t grbound my e th 0fM as uring
W.dow rf.laia teop vs. Stepea Cea a. a.
TaR 8D t.o 0COURT TE!FO PAR
h of Orleans No. ,-B virtue e writ n
of seisure and sale. to pe directed bythe hn
orsble the Third Ditrict Court for the parsh
of Orleans, in the aboe entitled ouo.a.tre Il
prooeed to sell at uc auction, at the er
chants and Auctioneers' Uhaue. Royal stret.
between .Canal and Cu.to nouse stret.Mj the
becod Dis.trit ofttbhs city. on HATUBDId,
DApril 318.1. 12 o'elock .. the follbwlns de
ecr Jrmo.pD. . GoBrlO)UED, it.ated l
the m D" loa of tr'.Pt
bounded b auvter. ro. rddo and 'tit
sreet, des aed by tate n aum .r tver
and mesnaur D twenty.,4even feet us n
and two t4nesIfront on Gravler .ame
edrth on the rear' line. and one h n.r
thirty feet in depth. adeordita p uas ia
by J. 8 eler on the .e .188.
deptlitd in the o.ioýoTheodutejs a a
not )ubtteintb y; matethe
--l] bar te buildlnme satd iamprowementa
teeon ad the eiurt1enoeb a thereof. &
ired byeedt herela by .itrhase rom
aw BiB t and Moe Hole, h by a
uactssd4 ibeore O u ioe T n. on the
t- ofArU aul'tstered in th eon
veyaSee _ofl e fifef pariah in book .one
huare d four folo eighty-thrUee.
CivilSheriff of, the PalaOf. rlesU.
nhes 16 2S 80 6 10 I
Duhle ?rsvum .m vs. Jose,9.s ob 'ue I t
Ratte poee it emier. Ils wife.
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b"erge.B'y- r e C
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