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t ve armer e anne a= se o urrea n r i the lie ,e Oiyer eeao-"art I lve by law in favor nf the turnisher of 1 sneceMsry to henable said paraon to e .and mke his corp; tand o limit the ioW 5t of sa phsian' lien and privi Sact to amend and re-esuao t No. 11 of General Auembiy of 1316, being entitled sat to amend nd r-enact aection 18 bf sI p, proved lebrnary 1 17. ,tylyd"4 to. provldo fr supolying the loss ti public d and other paoers consumed iy the of the court-house in the parish of ouse,on the tenth of Marh 1870 "" at to transfer a oertaln b6atace in the reasuri, now credited to the levee and !up d, to the egtri epriueep fund." ta faatiUOWipaitla in Ir unotlion and pponenats to bond the property seized in act iative tote precrtl'ion of debts Wtrtal ibaritahie and educational in o and funds." Santing the rbrht of way over anr a to tie State of Louisana, to any pany uly inoorvorated in thisa ate. for urPoe of cutting aala thereln." a6t relative to suite atld the trial thereof a ` re the district cnrts of the Ntate, for the re r m omfioe of distriot attorneys, olerks of .s erifs, coronero, reordere, j ustios of . and of all other pansr municipal or ptiers, under the provisions of artiols an 1lofthe tate onstltution; to provide ons for new trls and for apeals from Corr derees tht pugLht ause irrepa- nID trP and from al uil judgments in s," relative to suis and the trial there'd before t Buprene Court of the State. for the f oval from office of the judges of the courts Dppeal, of district eurte thronahout the e. ana c the city courts of the parish of &ns, under the provisions of articles let f00 of the State convention. 9at AT S OOMPANT BsOLUJTION. B14pree~ utive Atkins called up the ponuir lNt resolution introduced y -sterday by RoDre atatlve a nau kner and whloh abrogates the r of the ew Orleans GOa Comoany. ep.esentative btchardson made the oltt t of Oer that the resolntion was unconstitu S ,nasl nmuc a it was special legislation. d ad not been advertised for thirty days as i bred the oonsw itution. ten alve RBbertsun made the further nt o or that uod"dr article 47 of the con t0lloa the Lollsiature could ebolish special aWS, althousa it was deharred by artllle 48 doing this without thirty dayu' publiea - SpeAker decided that the latter point was taken, and overruled the point raeised by Mreentative Blobardson. resentative Harris raslead the further Sthat the harter of a corporation could abolahed bya law. and that it could not a.a e lmpletresolution. A peaker ref ustd to rule on the pont. say aIt question of law that the courts SIresolution was then adopted-yeas 51. 3 sTATSa no5sea005 OOMaeteonaSI. a. on of Representative Blliu the Hcoe. elect three commlseloners to a.* i m bowatraction of the State*House S lttite AReidnala plaed in nomI reentlet , e o MronY. of 1St Landry. -. t2senthttw Dvernaur stiated that Pr. hola a ebad beeb ore te D moratic a sd prosetd to abide by the caucus . hOn beoalt be desired that Mr. Oar bnl.da e withdrawn from those in nom e1 .tative rvOlla Alrn po in nomination tative Jaokeon of St. Mary. M agn O* tative Blilli placed in nominagtion u eatic unday, Rlohardson and Bob tative Devereaux nominated Repre ai name wawitlhdraw, t BSt OlSair nominated Itlireeaen Ileantative Yell nominated Representa tpaentative HeldenRin raised the point of i epresentative Rlohardson not hav. I ratioal experience as a builder, was not le to serve on the commstslon. Over bIlo~ resulted* Monday. a; RBlchard So . k taoo, 7a 'aekson, 11ii; Ives Or U1 Dline . 2, Bepteaentatives Mundsay o and Robertlon were declared auln p ummitteeol f f conference on the "baby ll made a reort recommendina that * onue recede from certain amendments. recommendation was adopted-yeas 65. W:aLonue then took a reeea, until 7:I0 p.m. NIight ession. "_lZH[NMo was called to orderat e:o . m.. .Olsne in the chair and seventr-five present ourrent resolution relating to the o Canal was taken up, with the Senate nt. and the amendments were oon tatveltas introduced a resolu i Mr. M. H Moon for his services ates lnfurntishing information relative Saew BDasii., Canal and Shell Road. Under penson of the rules the resolution was resentative Orin on behalf of the Oom. es Olamm.selleup a resolution Intro. I that committee poviding that the S00 bepaid to W. H. vbearing. from anao of the contingent fund of 18T, for ie n assiting in the establlshment of the gons vernment. OOiTE0TED IELEOTlN CAlcAB. e le ytative Billlu asked that the rules be a ed in order to take up the report of S j odiiary Committee tn the case from Con . d in which Col. W. It. Young was the S4 t to the vacant seat. Rouse refused to take up the pase by a o. yeas to as nays. • eentat;ive McCullough asked a suesoen f the rules in order to introduce a revort Sthe ommittee on Contested Elections In S s W quemines ease. The House refused to agree to the mution- yeas 29. nays 31. SSOLUtLION OF THANKS, Repreetative Billln introduced the follow irsolved by the House of Representatives Bia.e of Louisiana. That the thanks of 0em. are due and are hereby tendered to on. B. N. Ogden. Speaker of the House of altves, for his careful attention to his s labors, for his prompt dispatch of Sfor his firm preservation of order: unvarying courtesy. maintaited at n trylnr and exciting situations; for his li.iot partiality. without distinction of party prsoens; and for the ability with which he e the ompliloated duties of the sit furthej r resolved. That the Clerk shall kb º pjof this resolution to the Heon. useon alye lum advocated the adoption os. e said the labors of the mb culd not be aporeliated by e nthe laws passed should be pub. odThe work rendered necessary by the onsttuti on was pecularly arduous and . n ror alnety day the members had formed the dutese imposed upon le these duties were onerous, those to the share of the SDeaker were much irous and important. 8o well had tie o oocpled the posltlon dii. gh funtton that it would not Stst or the HBose to adjourn with la1g Its esteem for him antd admira the manner in which he had filled the tathe Allle secoonded the reeolu. ]a o a tribute to the intelligence axtdiatyadeispaed by Speaser Ogde. aI4 4 ndnla ng the hope that he u ahnuan oDportunity to vote for him ired& Senator. e solutions were then adopted with Augu tin. Bobertson and Demas in the hal. and senator Augustin an ieod that they had been appointed a com on the part of the Senate to announce to rnor that that body would be prepared ourn die at 12 o'clock, and raquested a smlar oommittee be appointed by the to wait upon his Excellency. In eonauno wh the Senate committre' and see it he joy further messese to communlcate to eil Assembly. The ilpe.ver apointe, Statlvee Gibson. Ogden of Bosier. and s the committee on the part of the tae Faimer offered a resolution t Or Trersvsnt and the asesat er trollino C's'e k O'Brien and his as sa. Berg nt-atTirms McIntyre and the p- asadoth, r mpl" is of the House and totrtesywth The resolution was owsly then took aother r a m tion of Ietrsso ti Brin tine u eassov a minutes to m n t dljorned VICTORIA AND PRINCE ALBERT. Some Thing. Not Told in Sir Theodore Mar tin's Life of the Prince Consort. (London Hour.] Theodore Martin has omitted some of the minor episodes of domestic life of the Queen and Prince Albert, which would,perhaps, have coet him his spurs had ha related them in his "Life of the Late Prince Consort." When the august pair were first married, although the match was one of love, at least on the Queen's part, her Majesty could not always control her temper, and on the occasion of one of those trifling quarrels which occur even in the best regulated families she threw a teacup at the Prince's head. He, excesslvely indignant, re tired to his apartment and locked the door. The Queen's anger having somewhat abated, she thought him sufficiently punlshed, and knocked at his door. To the question, '"Who's there?" she replied in imperious tones, "The Queen." Prince Albert did not answer, and one went away. By and by she thought she would try again, and to the "Who's there?" answered "Vlotorla." Again there was com plete sellence, and she again retired. With the perseverance characterIstic of a woman alarmed at the trouble to come, she deter mined to try a third time, and in response to the "Who's there?" replied, sobbingly, "Your own loving wife." This brought Prince Albert to terms, and peace was re-established. It is said there was no more teacup throwing in the happy family. Yet Victoria always remained an exacting wire, and never allowed her spouse what is bourgeoisement known as a latchkey. As the Prince presided at many public dinners, it was often close to midnight before he could possibly reach Windsor, and he had accord Ingly always a storm to face for "keeping late hours." Finally, the Queen ordered the castle gates to be closed at 10:80 p. m., and the now much monumented husband was locked out if he happened to be behind time. Prince Albert was thoroughly stingy and was cordially disliked by the servants of the royal household. He ruthlessly abolished all the perquisites which, from long custom, they considered themselves entitled to. He went so far as to confiscate the money they received by disposing of the ends of the wa x candles used to illuminate the ball and con cert rooms. Even in the houses of the smaller gentry the servants are accustomed to re fresh with cold meat and beer any of their friends or the tradesmen calling during the day. At Bu3klngham Palace the same cus tom prevailed. This, however, was too much for the Prince's German ideas of frugality, and he ordered the servants to be placed on board wages, so that any hospitality they wished to show their friends had to be paid for out of their own pockets. Little wonder, then, that when he died the grief in the ser. vants' hall was not uncontrollable. ROYAL WOOING. How the Crown Prince of Austria Won the Princess Stephanie, (N. Y. Tribune I The wooing of the Princess Stephanie is described by a Brussels correspondent as having been very practical. At an entertain ment at the palace Budolph"and the Princess found themselves for a moment alone. The Prince, seiting the opportunity, and preserv ing the courtly style whicl ls powhere more rigorous than at Vienna, said: 'Madame,wlil you have me for your husband?" The reply was simplicity itself, "Yes, Monseigneur.' "Your Highnese's answer makes me very happy " rejoined the Prince; and she added, "And I promiee you that under all circum stances I will do my duty." That was all, and they went out together to rejoin the Royal family, when Prince Rudolph said to the King, "Sire, with your Majesty's per mission I have asked the Princess Stephanie to accept me as her husband. I have the pleasure to announce to your Majesty that my proposal has been accept ed." "I am happy, Monseigneur, to re ceived you as my son-in-law," answered the King. The Princess's political education has been wholly conducted by her father, and, eseaking of her lately to a high personage, hes Ma esty remarked, "I have taught the Princess that the first sentiment which ought to inspire one when one is called upon to reign is respect for the will of the nation." Two stories About the Flendlsh Office seeker. [Washington Cor. Louisville Courier-Journal.] There are a number of applicants here who seek to fill the place occupied by the late Judge Hays. One of the aspirants was in Washington when he received the news of the vacancy at a late hour on the evening of Monday. About midnight a member of Con gress and his wife were aroused by a thun dering rap at their door. A note was handed to the half-awake member. He read: "Judge Hays is dead; advise me promptly what to do to secure the place." The answer was: "Better not disturb the President to-night; it would be a little more decent to wait until after the funeral." Buch scrambles for office amre so disgusting that it is strange that gen tlemen will so demean themselves. There is a story told of a man who was promised the first vacancy in the Poetofio, Department. One day while lordiy saunter ing n ar the river he saw a dead man dragged ashore. He looked at the face and recognized a clerk whom he had known in the postoffice. He ran all the way tothe De ,artmont, rushed into the presence of the Poetmaster General and demanded his ap polntment. "I only promised you a place when there waels vacancy." "There is one," said the exclted Individual. "I saw the dead bodyof John Jones dragged out of the river." Slowly the Postmaster General enunlciated the following words: "You are too late. One hour ago the place was given to the man who saw John Jones when he fell into the river." Another Royal Marrtiae In Prospective. IN. Y. Tribune.] Prince William of Prussia. eldest son of the Crown Prince and future heir to the empitre. is now twenrty-one years of ae. a few months younger than his betrothed. Prlncess Victoria of Bchleswlg-Holstein- Augustenburg. The marriage, which is a love match, is not very much liked by the people, who think the heir. appaCent might aspire to a bride of higher rank. The parents of the young man how. ever, apurove the alliance, the Crown Prince having been sorely grieved at Blesmarck' harsh treatment of the late Duke. the bride's father, when he attempted to assert his rights of suooesinoo to the much coveted duchies of Bchleewlg-Holstein. Young Prince Wilhelm has grown into a fine young man and has haopily overcome the delicacyof his childhood. although the Oaralytic affection of his left arm gives him an appearance of helplessness prob ably beyond the actual inconvenience felt by him. Government Counterfeit Detector. Mr. J. Trainor Kine, representing the Gov ernment Countrfeit Detector, is stopping at the City Hotel, and during his solourn in New Or leans will call upon the bankers and leading business houses and explain in detail the method of detecting bad money, promulgated by Mr. John B Dyeteditor and proprietorof the Government co.nterfeit Detector. The method is derived from the secret service re coros at Wasbington, and the principle by which spurious money is exposed is Ifully ex plalned in the monthly editions of the Detector. extras being issued when new counterfeits are discoveied between the regular issues. and any counterfeit taken by a subscriber before be has notice of Its existence. is redeemed at face value. As an Insight Into the mode of detecting cun terfetta it will be senloi'nt at present to say that the government prints f ur bills at a time. all on one sheet, ech billl containing one of the tour l.tters-A. B, D. The counterfeiter orlntse bt one ande makes but a single Dpate. thus oounterfeiting but one of the four letters. Then tbhe .emptioo Ageecy retire the gen uine blls f the letter counterfeited and all any buIlness .ma need to knows the letter comn. t...lted in order to deteesthe spouriou from wine. The Desr ee contains mach matio of geeral interest to ate ehuales amen. Domas a O .g.. a taainegt, - OrrIOKIALA. LAWS OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. REQULAR B81MON OF 180. No. 92.] AN ACT To amend and re-enact an act entitled "An act to provide for supplying the loss of public records and other papers consumed by the burning of the court-house in the parish of Livingston on the night of the fourteenth day of October, eighteen hun dred and seventy-five," approved Februa ry 23, 1877. SwrioN 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Louisiana, That act No. 13' approved February 28, 1877, be amend ed and re-enacted to read as follows: "That where any original papers appertaining to a suit pending in either of the district or parish courts were destroyed by the burning of the court-house in the parish of Livingston on the night of the fourteenth day of October, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, said suits together with all the papers, pleadings and bonds filed therein, may be revived and re instated by either plaintiff or defendant filing with the clerk a duly certbted copy of the original petition, or by motion in open court or in chambers, served on the opposite party which motion shall contain the name and residence of the parties, the nature of the de mand and the cause of action, and the date of the filing of the original petition and service of citation as near as can be ascertained, together with a statement of the pleadings had in the suit, orders made and bonds filed, accompanied by the affidavits of the parties, or their attorneys, as to the truth of facts allowed, upon filing which motion a rule may be taken on the opposite party to show cause, within ten days from the service thereof, why said suit, pleadings, or ders of court and bonds should not he rein stated; if answer is made to said rule, it shall also be accompanied by the affidavit of the party, or his attorney, as to the truth of the facts stated by hilm, and it shall be suffi otent for either party to swear to the best of his knowledge and bellef. E(n. 2. Be it further enacted, etc., That upon the production of a certified copy of any original judgment, either of t he diet rict,parish or justice courts, or certified copies of the same from the record of judicial mortgages, the clerk of the court Is hereby authorized to issue execution thereon, and where no copies exist, the owner of said judgment, or his at torney, may obtain execution thereon, upon presenting to the clerk of the court a state Rment, under oath, of the amountof such judg meat or the balance due thereon; protrided, that this section shall not be construed to prevent judgment from being established as other records provided for by this act. Sizc. 3. Be it further enacted, etc., That any person, desiring to establish any deed, bond, mortgage, judgment or other instru ment of writing which was of record or depos ited in any office of said parish, and which was destroyed by the burning of the court house thereof on the night of the fourteenth day of October, eighteen hundred and sev enty-five, may havethesame established and revived by applying to the district or parish court, by petition, under oath, in which he shall describe such deed, bond, mortgage, judgment or other instrument of writing with as much specltic certainty as possible, and which petition shall be served on the vendor, obligor, debtor or party in interest if a resident; if an absentee it shall be set forth under oath in the petition and the judge shall appoint a curator ad hoc to represent such absentee, upon whom petition and citation shall be served. ScEO.4. Be it furt her enacted, etc., That the party defendant, in such applications, shall have the same delay as in other suits, and in his answer, which shall be under oath, must either admit facts as stated in the peti tion, or deny the same wholly or partially, whereupon the judge shall proceed to trial, and after hearing evidence shall render judg ment establishing, or not, such deed, bond, mortgage, judgment or other instrument of writing as the evidence proves to have ex isted, and no other issue is to be tried, but the existence, or non-existence, of the docu ment sought to be established, and when so established it shall be executory, and shall have the same force and effect as the original could have. Provided, That any person or persons who shall be bona fide owner or possessor of any tract of land, situated within said parish, for a longer period than ten years, shall make an afidavit before any judge, clerk of court, or justice of the peace of said parish, describing the land and the time of his or their posses sion of the same, as nearly as practicable, attested by the declaration, under oath of two freeholders and residents of said parish declaring the same acts, which affidavit and attestation upon being duly recorded in the offiloe of the clerk of the district court of said parish shall have the same force and effect, and answer in lieu and stead of the judgment contemplated in this section. 8rc. 5. Be it further enacted etc., That the oath of the plaintiff to the allegations of his petition shall be prima facie evidence of the existence and contents of such deed, bond, mortgage, judgment or other instrument of writing, but may be rebutted by the denial, under oath, ,of the defendant. Sac. 6. Be it further enacted, etc., That the costs incurred in suits to establish such in struments shall be paid by the plaintiff when there is no opposition; but if opposition be made, it shall be by the party cast. 8SEC. 7. tle it further nacted., etc.. That the recording of a certified copy of any judgment in the office of the parish recorder, establish ing any deed, bond, mortgage, judgment or other instrument of writing shall have the same force and effect as the recording of the orlginal deed, bond, mortgage, judgment or other instrument of writing which was de stroyed by the said fire. SEc. 8. Be it further enacted, etc., That in all cases in which there are costs due any clerk, sheriff, parisah recorder or other offioer, they shall be allowed as in other cases, upon such officer making up a specific bill of costs, certified under oath. nBc. 9. Be itfurther enacted, etc.. That the provisions of this act shall not prevent the establishment of any judgment rendered by parol evidence, where the original record has been destroyed by the burnlug of the court house of said parish on the fourteenth day of October, eighteen hundred and seventy-five. Suc. 10. Be it further enacted. etc.. That cer tified copies from the record of any deed, bond, mortgage, or other instrument of wri ting shall be admissibleas evidence, and shall have the same force and effect as certified coples of the orlginals. Sc. 11. Be it further enacted, etc., That all asidavits required by this act may be to the beet of the knowledge and belief of the party making sdch affidavit. Sc. 12. Be it further enacted. etc.. That the provisions of this act shall not extend beyond the first day of January, eighteen hundred and ninety; provided, that this limitation shall not apply to applications pending at that time and not decilded. R. N. OGDEN, Speaker of the House of R-presentatives. 8. D. McENERY, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April 10 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy. WILL. A. BTRONG, Secretary of State. No. 93.] AN ACT To carry out the provisions of article first of the ordinance for the relief of delinquent taxpayers, and to provide for the settle ment of the indebtedness of the State of Louisiana, incurred in the prosecution of tax and license suits in the State of Lou isiana. Whereas, by article one of the ordinance for the relief of delinquent taxpayers, passed by the Constitutional Convention of 1879, all interests, penalties, costs. teas and charges whatever on taxes and licenses due the State, or any political corporation therein, prior to the first day of January, 1879, and yet unpaid, are remitted, and that theofikire of the State of Louislana who havd rewiikred services in the prosecution of saild tax and liense suite are entitled to nay for -same from the ltalte Banrzox 1. Be it eacted b the Qeaerwa Assembly of L.eliate of L.uieuia~ , That the Governour be ahthorised to ao-4nt e boad Ofi Ave, oaf wib he shalibe as qciom i ara., ý mwhoena 1 duty o ip a1I a9a aA iegaiiU y duo. to. ad tus remotte; whan arove board the aforesaid laims shal be receved in payment of any taxes and licenses due the State prior to the first day of January, 1880. 8ao.. Be it further enacted, etc, That the said board shall keep a reolud of all claims approved by it, and shall complete its work within sixty days from the promulgation of this aot and upon completion thereof shall file such record with the Auditor; provided, that the State shall be liable for no part of the expense incurred by reason of the sittings of said board, or for stationery or clerical force required to carry out the provisions of this act. SBE. 3. Be it further enacted etc., That this act shall take effect from and after its pro mulgation. R. N. OGDEN, Speaker of the House of Repres-ntatives. S. D. McENERY, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April 10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy: WILL. A. STROn Secretary of State. No. 94.1 AN ACT To regulate the number of employees of the register of conveyances for the parish of Orleans, and to fix their salaries. SBcrxon 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Louisiana. That the register of conveyances for the parish of Or leans be and he is hereby authorized to ap point and employ the following deputies and clerks at the salaries herein specified: One chief deputy, or certificate clerk, at fif teen hundred dollars per annum. One assistant, or recording clerk, at twelve hundred dollars per annum. Two assistants, or recording clerks, at one thousand dollars each per annum. One porter at fifty dollars per annum. SEO 2. Be it further enacted, etc.. That this act shaill take effect from and alter the first Monday in August, 1880. R. N. OGDEN, Speaker of the House of Representatives. S. D. MOENERY, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April 10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy: WILL. A. STRONo, Secretary of State. No. 95.1 AN ACf Declaring that laws prescribing that judicial advertisements shall be made in the French language, or in a particular news paper shall not apply to advertisements begun before the promulgation of said laws, or before the selection of the news papers in which said advertisements are to be made. Be it enacted b/ the G(eneral Assembly of the State of Louisiana, That any and all laws prescribing that judicial advertisements shall be made in the French language, or in a par ticular newspaper, shall not apply to any ad vertisement required to be made in relation to judicial proceedings, or in the sale of property under judicial process, or in any other legal proceeding of whatever kind that shall have been begun before the promulga tion of said laws, or before the selection of the nei.papers in which said judicial bdver tisemeatn are to be made, and the advertise ments so begun shall be continued without regard to said laws, and shall be lawful and binding. R. N. OGDEN, Speaker of the House of Representatives. S. D. McENERTY, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April 10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy: WILL. A. SToNco, Secretary of State. u ru mu eu - n oln LLT. EDGE ON1O 18 A THOROUGH REMEDY In every case of Malarial Fever, and Fever and Agne, while for disorders of the stomach, torpidity of the liver, indigestion and disturbances of the animal forces, which debilitate, it has no equiva lent, and can have no substitute. It should not be confounded wifh triturated compounds of cheap spirits and easontial oils, often sold under the name of Bitters. FOR SALE BY Drugists, Grocer and Winse Merchants verywhere. Ia4tlhbu Wo& Wiv MALAKOFF BITTEItS BREEIVED THE ONLY MEDAL - AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION 1878. NO TONIO LIKE IT. ALPE. WALE, Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer. mhl1 tf 26 OONTI STBEEW. GEI1ERA.L lercantie Printing. THE DEMOCRAT JOB OFFICE No. 62 Camp Street. Having on hand nothing but NEW TYPE. to which is being continually added the latest do. signs. we are prepared to exounte - asuG As - Letter Headings, Note Headings, Business Cards, Bills Ladings, Dray Beeeipt., Bill Heads, Ets. ,ale . sds-woaoalmabsM sousaoU ' N. SCHWARTZ & B 149 TO 169 MAGANAU 5T AGENTS FOR DEANE'S fATENT STEAM FW Tboheuon alI O ath Dloabe Is IIos.ulavI elsed tom GRE.AT REDUCTION IN PRIXO. J T i o r stlsl lbln nIaoo fthe do o lrmesO mI tlhe onat oCI IIber I matallIrl wenI.iollll ot he usoith n Irevilosy sUlmowledged SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANE PUMP, Ithas bb the on tat endeador of the maaufaeturer to rende it Stll more woeN0 d sl w IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL La wlm si,, strengthen and perfeet i for the mar ues to whfoh it ir esldri The Most Perfect Steam Pump M4ado ab a ePMP Is subjected to a rigorous test before leaving the manufactoy, and esAy ag. We oblgste ouselves to refund thIeouraase moneyr In case an PaUS aboal hi Ii form *:e wor for wloh we warrant ILt . . We oave .onstti on land a lame and complete assortment of PUMIPS FO VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING 1BO][nmt KEILLY ISTEEL BARB WJ3:O EsLy srrs MABmcB WaS STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. o ore arr yette rut force of a e nd. In many cases , ol 1mml to eo thus maian ajreat.wbs.oo ejettlement of some oe flinest ortions of our uontinent jTHE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CIHEAPS WIth which DBABBD WI rbn transpo the smatll at of ahi to put It up its wonderful e lnoly4sa ,euce. and it Go r made for it a most wo deru and rema rksbls uoee. . t_ - have been npreeented. and tto h liºe . f.do u . rea. io. inowa mnn ownUs overmeoiua a t 'v +.ar.a. In., ` We an rePreprad a eante All Orders, Small or Large, tempir ml us Low Priess. FRIEDMAN'S INJECTOBS AND EJECTOBR. special attention of man .a , mill .wners, and other pies using great economy o R em aey ng nJ ecos ameaps of suplying wataw to In most these Inectors may take snm place of Steam pnP to gýrea even where the latter have been set u.pnd are pay ufe. It e w •a matt-r Sone e former also to re your boiler. for Leoowing.among many otherayem pertinent, might be given: The Best of Pumps Will iometimes Get Out of Ordr, others frequsently. Inwhlohs .me a valuable time slost whle makan such olrumtnes. Is a oompa tvely Inexzpeve ialne, alys a. at a moment's notice to take the plaosof the clsable ump and wte wor to in unusual had occurred. Then again it muw bes to erset e M red Wmonsime. tsauns ebyr tMa otoo asahlloia a Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boilers. The team employed In working the Injector Is returned tothe Beler witthe. WIs thereby ratsiar its tem erture. and preventing the unequal expansion sodisautrWO 0I .l.tes, ca..d byU pampa In water st a low temDerature. The Peed Water enters the Botler through the Injector Inla ooplntuos sresswl.IL great advantage over the unavoidable lntermittent supply proaducedbvl In f o[rr These Injectors are warranted to work with the most perfect reulsrty, and w applied, sooroing to the Instructions given. agaranteed to work to the fUiett a I-5 capaci , a.lad dow1 n o r table. Tr wiaso. u desired, be sent on trial to responsible parties fr thirt dags IIe etsed if found t work as represented, otherwise to be returned ee of exe .se 3 tr.a~nsrai~on. ._._._"_ JUDSON AND ALLEN GOOVERNOR., Shapley & Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BmLIJ Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Boiler Ir;: WHITE LEAD, ýid L0 Pof AU 4a; v • q ePI. rousd and o._Ps_ so O n am | ae Drlole t L. r MORRIS TAMERb & CO. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pip., STEA ANWD OAs PIPE FITTINGS, Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of aUll li . HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUNW lor oournal aoses. Ensines. ohsu 1 B1w ad Veit Motion. we ~i.. l a. unll NATHAN & DR.Y.PF'U ITDOSTITIC AD SELF-ACTIIB LUIIICAThBS AID WI 3Ana@.Ds A O O"LL SUFFID OI AL mIn S. , Es-tmates for New Boilers F.'.nihed o Applisa krme Nod oar e8 sd ýiisa Peuea.la be aes nm ese baulA 31. S0HWAa.RTZ BaO., x. vi O.z, ·_. any-.. ^ .t- . . . . _