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; Bugilding Takes Fire from . An Unknown Cause. m itag4 U timated at $0500, Covered by Insurance. At quarter past 0 o'clock last night a fire, Seamuse of which Is at present unknown, hiqe out among a lot of rubbish in a room ib bI tourthtstua of the -tate House, front olgn St. LoUe street and opposlte Exchange SAley, . sa salvage corps was the first to reach the N.1ae, anid Oapt. Kallnekl and his men, with aimlrttitngulhers, succeeded in holding the l~ n check until the arrival of the depart )°Z` .t. Much trouble was experienced in the room where the fire existed, to the fact that there was no gas in the acmie Candles being procured the firemen aged to get their hose to the top of the sg and extil,glushed the flames, after a of about $500. The damage by water listliaed at ebout $0ooo000. T .reasurer's and Auditor's ofilcee were CUoodd, but fortunately the papers and d.cu unts were well covered with tarpaulins. t e room in which the fire occurred was filled Sh old oarpets, rugs, mattlng anid cotton. I'heTe building is lusured for $80,000 In ten p 000 in each company. le John MLoanus, secoud assistant of ,.ll.,kwas running with the truck to the e ell sand oneof the who Is passingl over h he was slightly lhjured. As the lire was L xtingLuished two pIstol shts were fired l-th.le vlýlty, but by whom could not be ae .-. . . e-e --- MOODY AND BANKblY. ; ML r Reoeption Last Night at the S ooms of the Young Men'd Christian Assootation. a.St evening there was an atr of busy pre :,! tton about the Hall of the Young Men's ri tatIa Association, owing to the expoeted kitlilf1 of the celebrated revivalists, Messrs. , & Sankey. Those gentlemen had the steamboat Reuben I. tpringer at G.Rouge, and were expected to arrive estiely, but the many stoppages set all tonII awry. offocers of the Young Men's Christlan atlon had charged themselves with the of recelving the gentlemen. Accordlnj y oZImmittee was appointed, who chartered a and, proceeding about ten miles above itay, transferred Messrs. Moody & Sankey the Springer. They reached the wharf t o'clock and were conveyed in car to the hall on Camp street, where a Sreception took place. main hball was by this time crowded to tmoct capacltv, many of those present t'eeured seats as ekrly as half-past l t. After the Introductions, Mr. was conducted to the platform, upon sat Rev. John Matthews, Rev. J. B. and several of the officers of the We'I OChristan Assoclation. Ia.r g their places the audience ren Sa ymn, and at Its concluseon Dr. delivered an impress.ve prayer. wm tollowed by anoth s.ymn, at the - o which Mr. Moody stepped forward rayed that good results might follow wek inauggrated, and invoked blessinas Il the churches to-day preaching the and upon the Young Men's ChriLtian Eisa man about forty-five years of age, ow the middle size, square-shoul stan t, with a full faceof beard of a Color, and rather prepossessing His manner is quick and busl. i ld his voice, though not strong, is g and capable of the compass of hall. oody xplained that they were not at to opeed n their mlssion, as ba en isummarily transferred from to terr rmam and that the inita would take place to-day. fftleth hymn was then sung, after y, Moody called for his colleague, e came upon the platform and wsset He It much thiler than his asso nd, while robust and museaiar, is yet u1i Much so as the latter. His hair Is She wear mutton-chop whiskers and h in a manner whicn gives him lh appearance. He is younger than and his office in the revival is t of musalcian. r Oy and the committee withdrawing a the programme for to-di, Mr. t at the piano and sang thl120th a. Is voice is an admirable one and the whole atmosphere of the hall with In the choruses he was aesslsted by ee, and for half an hour a delialit aeldal entertainment was eejoyed. The seelngon was the "Sweet by-and-By. mmintitee then announced that the fol ftfPI xnime had been agreed upon: .r okthis mornlng the celebrated Willappear at Carondelet street ht OChurch, at 5 p. m. at Amee' lBt Church, at 8 p. m.at Coliseum t Ohurch, at 12 sharp on Monday at oun Men's Chrlatlan AssoolatIon. Jtahenedicto.t from Dr, Walker the a se then separated. CITY HALL. Spirited Horses vs. Kite Flying. To break the monotony of the Municipal Eali yesterday two visitors put in an appear ane~e in the Mayor's parlor-Wm. Clements- to show his broken head, about which there some difference of opinion between the city Sphylcian, Dr. Beard, and a patrolman, as to .: b .ither a club or hatchet was the instrument . ad to inflict the wound. . The other visitor only showed his temper. As he is a gentleman of high respectability, his ofense a venial one, his name is sup gmd. He came to ask the Mayor to . s.ttopW kite- flying on the streets, on the ,at" that he owned a spirited horse which ". , apt to be frightened by flying kites. The iy.or good humoredly called the gentle sas's atention to the fact that kite-flying apspasime in which the gentleman had nablyv .pladulgedin with great gusto when a -boy, and that it would be a very difficult mat :,'tbr tooonflne the kite flying of our youths to the outsatrtesof the city; in fact, to find alo a .lty wherein spirited horsesarenot liable to rocssi. ally, with or without their mas .trs, and be frigthened by kites. He then re b=Lztedtkke gentleman to the fact that spirited horses were sometimes frightened on the lines ei, t ourstam cars; yet, he asked him, whether t ih mmense number of people who patron r.,idthe oars should be deprived of this mode :. ozhveyance because the few who ride spir gsdhorses mght be inconvenienced. T l quiet and polite tone of the Mayor's hub bad the unfortunate >effect of arousin. p1e ire of the visitor, who was shown the de by Col. Patton, with the Icj unction never to e.ro its threshhold unless he was prepared to speak in terms of politeness, if not of teec~et. The visitor sallied out, vowing ven ge ae d somaething more than cold brim ansa eht his honor, and threatening to before some frightful tribunal, the c which was not heard by those who t in question is quite aged, when he himself went a-kiting, away (rom his mneminry-a sad lee ý fboys who may hope to live to MAUK=. t O t lt obf lt et by t Admltrmr, of Commeroe, IeJor sn, eoolu be s.ld that the ondiocompla os not to be laid at his doors, but that, on the oonttary, It Is a vexed question which he hlmself Is en deavouring to remedy, and further, that the committee of the Board of Health are acting in concert with him in the matters which In volves changes in the oclcup.tion of stalls, the procuring of a bettersupply of water, Im Doselble to obtain with the present apparatus. do much esaid in justice to Major Behan. TRE TEN MILL TAX. The authortlies at the ball are pleased to notice that the city pap.re are following the example of the DUMO(JRAT In vwntilating the question of the eonesity of some taxpayers taking the initiative iu bringing the matter before the oourte, where It is said it must ul timately he tested and settled. Delay s.mply cripple the admniletration, and keeps from Iua employee the money whilc -they fairly earn. OTERO'8 EXECUTION. How the Would-be Spanish Regicide Met His Death-Scenes and Incidents. (By Cable to the Clulnnati Commerclal,] PAntR, April 14.--Our Madrid correspondent tehegraps us as follows: Otero's conduct yes terday and last night displayed the greatest coolness and composure until late in the evening. The only refreshment of which he would partake during the entire day was an omlette and some corree. He held a mtssel in his hand most of the time, and appeared to be reading or lost In thought. He refused to pray or recite a rosary with the chaplains until late in the evening, when he asked for the almoner of the palace. As he could not see him he ended by confessing to the Vicar of San Ildefonso. Up to this time he had been confident that his sisters and advocate would suoceed at the palace. At hi requesnt the Captain OGneral of Madrid and the Duke of eesto, chief of the royal household, went to the chapel and held a long interview with the prisoner, but nothing of what was said has been made known. He was visited in the prison by the chief civil and military authoritlie during the night. I was there myself at midnlght, and the surgeon of the prison told me that the prisoner had conteesedl. He still refused food or drink, and his pulse, which was over 112. was irregular. He looked pale and anlx ious, and refused to see his sIster, whose tears and gl I, distressed all who were pres ent. HIe even refused to reply to a touching letter from her. Wnn I again entered the prison at 7:A) this morning the streets and open ground before the prison were covered with a dense crowd, the msaorlty beIng women, who chat ted laugihed, jostled and pushed the guards and police, of whom there were a strong force on the staircase. I found the Brothers of the Order of Peace and Charity waiting with large green candles, ornamented with green ribbons and having the red medals sus pendled at their necks. The principal au thorities of Madrid were in the chapel with the regicide, who wept at a touching exhort ation from the Olvil owov rnor. The prisoner had passed a quiet night, ris ing before 4 o'clock to hear mass. He par took of the sacrament and at last expressed repentance. Hfestll exhiblted greatcoolness, refusing all food but wine and bisoults. He made a long confession during the nlght to the chaplain of the Royal jalae., At 8 o'clock precisely this morning the judge gave the signal for departure, and the reglotle descended to the gate of the prison, preceded by priests bearing a crucifix, by po lice, by magistrates, and the Brothers of Paz y Carldad, with lighted tapers. The prisoner was attired in a black and violet robe, a round cap, a scapularium on his shoulders, and his fettered hands grasping an image of the Virgin. Several of the priests and brotherhood entered the prison van with Otero, while others headed the procession with a crucifix borne aloft. Thecrowd, which was still composed chieflly of women, pressed around the escort, and when it ar rived at the plaza, where the scaffold was erected, It could not have numbered less than 10,000. In front of the gibbet, which stood on a low platform, was the bench unoon which the culprit site, Death Is caused by the pressure of an Iron bar, which causes in stant strangulation. Two carbineers from Valladolid had pre ceded the arrival of the reglclde. The ground was guarded by a strong force of cavalry, in fantry and gendarmes with fixed bayonets. The morning was beautiful, and the sun gilded the wooded mountains in the distance. When the regiclde ascended the scaffold, he was deadly pale; and his hands trembled. The troops formed a large square around the scaffold. The executioner seated the regicide on the bench and covered his head. At four WeUl lIiW Pe oW pipe the signal was given, and thi prIobet was gaff9 .- imlg to be almost Instantly extinuished. The body will be exposed until the Brotherhood carry it to the cemetery, where a corner is re served for criminals of that stamp. In the ministerial and social circles there is no talk of the prisoner having made any po litical revelations. He simply expressed contrition for his crime, and recommended his brother and sister to the protection of the authorities. AMERICAN CONSULAR PLUCK. How Consul Heap Saved a Oitizen from Mus sulman Wrath. I[incinnati Commercial.] LONDON, April 14.--A letter from Constan tinople, dated April 5, gives the followlng particulars of a conflict of jurisdiction be tween the United States Consul General and the Ottoman authorities, growing out of the arrest of an American citizen for murder, an account of which was telegraphed the tenth Instant: A case has come recently before the Ameri can consul which involves very important questions of international rights, and estab hshes a privileged position for American cit izens. A treaty between the United States and Turkey stipulates that any American citizen having committed a penal offense must be delivered up to the American consul ate for judgment. This is not the case with any other foreigners, who, if charged with a criminal offense against an Ottoman subject, would be tried by an Ottoman judge, al though his case would be watched by the dragoman of his consulate. A month ago an American citizen, established in business in Constantinople killed an 'Ottoman subject accidentally. He surrendered himself to the American consul, after having remained hid. den a few days. In the meantime the Turk ish police seized everything in his ware house in Galatea, without having asked the assistance of the American dragoman. The accused is an importer of arms, and the minister of police forced a box of arms open, and appropriated several re volvers, which example was followed by other officials. Consul General Heap, who is also Charge d'Affaires, was informed of the charge against the American after this act, and on the day previous to his surrender complained to Sawas Pasha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, that the domicile of the American citizen had been violated and a robbery committed ty police officials. On the surrender of the homicide Mr. Heap informed the Minister of Police of the fact, stating that according to the stipulations between the United States and Turkey, he would himself try the pris oner. The Ministerof Police has not appeared at the Consulate, and Mr. Heap has informed Sawas Pasha that he will not surrender the prisoner to the Turkish tribunal, and that he expects the evidence to be brought before the Consular Court. Thus the case stands at present. If the prisoner is tried by Mr. Heap, other powers will claim simllarjprivleges for their subjects. A dispatch from Constantinople, cabled the tenth and dated four days later than the above letter, stated thatthe prisonerhad been tried. found guilty of manslaughter, and sentenced to two months' imprisonment, and that Mr. Heap declined to give him up to the Ottoman authorities. The Kemaaw uease is the only line that e-a o~.r the advantage and eomfort of a throoh ear :ad ast time to W Cita. whfsg 13 Yortk asat X.OUTIVZ JOUINAL SENATE OF LOUISIANA. BEIMION OF 1t8o. SmRATI CHAMb E. 1 New Orleans. February 2;, IsRe. I The Senate was called to orer In execu tive session by the Presldent pro tem. of the Senate. There were present: Messrs. Ahy, Augustin, Brian, Burlington, (ahen, Campbell, Cunninaham, Davey, Demue, Fontenot Foster, Hagan, Harris, iabke. Luckett Marston, Nutt, Parlange, I'ollock, Rard, iltertson, Stewart, Settoomn, Vauce, Walton, Watkins 27. The President of the Senate pro tem. laid Sedfore the Neruite-the fcltlowtec -o& orn rtuio. tion from his Excellenoy the Governor: ExacuTIvaI I)EPARTvRNT, StatbI, of LoultslHla, New Orleans. February o0. 150,0, To the Presldent and Members of thle Benate: I nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of your honorable body, will ap point: Leopold De)liane, to be a julstle of the pce in and for the seventh ward, pariah of Ibeila, vlvo Captain Hill, resigned. Frederlck Adolph, to bFI a notary public in and for the pal shb of Orleans. Very respectlutlv, LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor or Louisiana. - ExarU'TIVea J)PARTMSNT btr's ,of Loulltann. I New Orlrhne. F, bruary 20, 1to0. To the President and Memnb,'ra of the Henate: I nominate and, by and with the advice and oonsent of your honorable body, will appoint: Federick Adolph, to be a notary publio in and for the p,t Ibh of Orleans. Leopold Dicllianc, to be a justice of the peace In and for the seventh ward, parish of lberlea vin( Captaln Hill, resigned. Very respectfulic, LOUTl A. WITlZ, Governor of Louslaiana. HT. TAMMANY. W. II. R. lHangin, Justice of the peace for the first ward. TANOIIPAHOA. c. J. Bradley, notary publi,. On motion of Mr. Settoon the Senate ad vised and consented to each of the foregoing nominations for the pat ishes of St. Tammany and Tanglpahoa, respectively, by the follow ing vote: For Confirtnntlon-Mo ere. Ahy, Augustin, Brian, Buflington, Uahen, Campbell Un ulngham, L)avey, Demas, Fontenot _9Iestr, HIagean, Haurie, Ieake, Luckett, Maraton, Newton, Nut t, Parlange, Pollock, Riard. Robertson, Stewart, Settoon, Vance, Walton, Watklins-27. Against Confirmatllon-None. On motion of Mr. Nutt the Injunction of se crecy on each of the foregoing nominations and appointments confirmed, respectively, was removed, and the Secretary was directed to notify the Governor. On motion of Mr. Demas the doors were opened. JOHN CLEGG, Secretary of the Senate. KNATr OCHAMnn RR New Orleans, February i1. 1ss0., The Senate was called to order in executive session by the Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. There were present: Messrs. Aby, Augustin, Brian, Burlington, Campbell Cunningham, Davey, Fontenot, Foster, lagan, Leake, Lucas, Luckett, Maraton, Newtmn, Nutt, Parlange, Pol lock, Plard, Robertson, Rogers, Steele, Set toon, Story, Vance, Walton, Watklns-28. Mr. Rlard called up nominations and ap pointments lying over. IBEifIA. Leopold DeBlanc, justice of the peace for the seventh ward. On motion of Mr. Hlard the Senate ad vised and consented to the foregoing nomina nation and appointment by the following votet: For Confirmation-Messrs. Aby, Augustin, Brian, ButBlngton, Campbell Cunningham, Davey, Fontenot, "Foster, flagan, Leake, Lucas, Luckett. Marston Newton Nutt, Parlange, Pollock, Rtird, Roberteon, hognti, Steele. Settoon Story, Vance, Walton, Wat kins--28. Against Confirmation-None. JACKSON. Dr. fl, T. Smith, coroner. On motion of Mr. Aby the Senate advised and consented to the foregoing nomination and appointment by the following vote: For Confirmation-Meesrs. Ahv, Augustin, Brian, Buliington, Campbell, Cunningham, Davey, Fontenot, Foster, Hagan, Leake, Lucas, Luckett, Marston, Newton, Nutt, Parlange, Pollock, Riard, Robertson Rog ers, Steele. Settoon, Story, Vance, Walton, Watklus-28' Against Confirmation-None. ORLEANA. Frederick Adolph, notary public. On motion of Mr. Rogers, the Senate ad vised and consented to the foregoing nomi nation and appointment by the following vote: For Confirmation-Messrs. Aby, Augustln, Brian Bufllngton, Campbell, Cunningham, Davey, Fontenot 'oster lHagan Leake, Lucas, Luckett, Marston, Newton, Nutt, Par lange, Riard, Robertson, Rogers, Steele, Settoon, Story Vance, Walton, Watklns-28. Against Confirmation-None. On motion of Mr. Aby the injunction of se crecy on each of the foregoing nominations and appointments confirmed, respectively, was removed, and the Secretary was di rected to notify the Governor. On motion of Mr. Fontenot the doors were opened. * JOHN CLEGOG, Secretary of the Senate. SENATE CHAMBER. New Orleans. Febuary 2s. 1880. The Senate was called to order In executive session by the Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. There were present: Messrs. Aby, Augustin, Brian, Bufflngton, Cahen, Campbell, Cunningham, Demas, Fon tenot Foster, Harris, Lucas, Luckett, Mare ton, Newton Nutt, Parlange, Pollock, Riard, Robertson, Rogers, Stewart, Steele, Settoon, Slmmes, Story, Vance, Walton, Watkin-S-0. The President of the Senate laid before the Senate the following communication from his Excellency the Governor: ExECUTIVn DEPARTMENT, State of Louisiana. New Orleans. February. 21, 1880. To the President and Members of the Senate: I nominate and, by and with the advice and consent of your honorable body, will ap point: Richard H. Dallerhide, to be a notary pub lic in and for the parish of Richland. Charles Watterston, to be a notary public in and for the parish of Livingston. Very respectfulnly, LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of Louisiana. EXECUTIVE DEPARBTMENT., btati of Louisiana. New Orleans. Fdbruary 28, 1880. To the President and Members of the Senate: I nominate and, by and with the advice and consent of your honorable body, will ap point: L. V. Marye to be a notary public in and for th. parish of Rapides. Wdi Steven, to be a director of the Consoll dated Association of the Plrnters of Loulsi ana, vice A. Tertrou, reelsned. Martin Barver, to be a justice of the ne.ee in and for the fifth ward, parih of Vermilion. Sn d m at ea f the ebthbofA041, 1.80, . J.O.Io aJam, to ` may `s' thbtu I olb of A Vowall1, viN Win. KM. ul Antointnand and Aehlls Ohiapeli toe notarles public in and for the parish of Orleans. Elias F. Presley, to he a notary public In and for the parish of Sabine. Very respectfully, LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of Louisiana. Lies over under the rules. On motion the doors were opened. JOHN OLE.G, Secretary of the Senate. ----- - $41-- ........ THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION. Accommodations for the Expected Orowd, Price of Board, etc. Although vier t-wo - nthis intervene ihe fore the fDemocratlc National Convention vet many of the delegations have secured their headquarters, and the hotel people are already consldering their ways and means for pro viding for the thousands of visitore the great event will attract. The Cincinnati (Gaette has the following notes about the couvention: "The national commlttee will beentertained at the expense of the citizens. Their trane portation bills will also be paid. It is Peti mated that the expenses of the convention will he from $12,000 to $15,000. The money has been already subscrlted. As a rule the proprietors of hotels are opposed, at this early date, to giving out the arrangements they have made with the several delegations. Negotlatlons are going on every day, but so far not a quarter of the deleRations are provlided for. The Grand Hotel has contracted with delegations from Ohio (forty-two In nuirbet), I'ennsylania, Now York, West VIr ginla, New Hampshire, Iowa! Michigan Ne braska and ;oinnectlcut. 'he New Fork bankr, August Belmont and Speaker Randall and W. H. 'Travers have arranged for ao commisatiolns at the St. Nicholas. Several proploel. ien were made to rent the whole of the St. Nicholas's rooms, but they were nit enter tailned. A New York party has Pncured the second flour of No. 252 West Fourth street, opposite the GrandI Hotel. They will come with Mr. Ielmont, and are understor.l to be in the Interest of Bayard as against Tilden. The Gibson House folks were exceedingly loti t(o state what delega tionis they had Imtlu arrangements with. I'heir houIse will acinurudat part of the Ohio delegltion, part of that of New York I'ennesese, WeVt Virginla, New J'ereey and IIlollna. Thern are now 350 romuns in the (ilhbson, and 010 mWore are bhrlg fitted up. It Is IIkely that the Glbson will h'e known as the orlihipal heaidquarters for the Southern del o'gaU ins. The general rate per lay at all the leading hotels will be $6, Irrespective of the location of romITls. Rherman on "Moder. nejo'r lencral." 1St. Loula P'ont-DI l jtnb.J "What do you think of the Pirates of Pen 7zane., (leneral'?" "It is not as good as Pinafore, but there is something In It." "The Modern MaJor (lenerawl, I suppose, took your technical ,yes?" "Yes; I know several upon whom the very model of a modern Major (enerawl is an ex cellent caricature." "Don't you think the take-off would have been even a better one If the great soldier in the Pirates had been at the same time a great writer of Sunday school literature?" "E'h? No, sir! You cannot decoy me into expressing an unfavorable opinion of (en. O. O. Howard. He is an oflcer whom I esteem very highly, very highly indeed, sir. (food evening--good evening." --- *- Amerlcan Riflemen In Ireland. The board of directors of the National Rifle Association have resolved to renew during the present season, and on Irish sell, the Irish Amerlcan competition, which in 1874, 1e75 and 1x76 was the occaelon of three exciting and well-fought matcbes. The team to be selected will consist of six men, but It will be neces sary to send one or more "substitutes" in case of accident to one of their number. The esti mated expense s1 about $5000. GILT EDGE\ ThNIC 18 A THOROUGH REMEDY In every case or Malarial Fever, and Fever and Ageo, while for dinorders of the stomnnoh, torpidity of the liver, indigestion and disturbances of the animal forces, which debilitate. It has no equiva. lent, andl can have no nblhaitute. It should not he confounded with triturated compounds of cheap spirits and essential oils, often sold under the name of Bitters. FOR SALE .Y Druggists, Grocers and Wine Merchants Everywhere. iatobnWaeWlv· CARU OF THANKS. YOUNO Man's CaHRITIAN AssOCIATION. Rooms, i7 Camp street. New Orleans. April 18. 1880. The Young Men's Christian Association ten der to Mr. Geo. F. Bootee. agent of Brown & Jones, their hearty thanks for the use of their fatest tugboat N. M. Jones in bringing to the city in time to meet their appointment Messrs. Moody and Sankey, who were detained on their trip dcwn the river, and to Capt. McNeely for courtesies extended and his efforts to further our object; also to Capt. W. H. Wrigley, by whose untiring efforts the Jones was secured and speedily dispatched. W. C. SHEPARD. ap18 It Chairman Committee. CARD OF THANKS. Nsw OLEANS., April 17.s1880. In the name of the teachers and pupils of St. Vincent de Paul's Boys' School. I return very sincere thanks to Mr. Aug. Staengle, not only 'for use of the Magnolia Garden for their an nual plcnic, on Thursday., the fifteenth instant, but also for many kind favors. which greatly contributed to make the picnic a most enjor able one. A. F. X. CHAPUIS. apis It* Pastor St Vincent de Paul's Church. DR. ROBERT J. MAINEGRA --WILL GIaV- FREE CONSULTATIONS DAILY FBOM 7 TO 10 A. M.. At the Washington Avenue drug store, corner Maaszine and Washington streets. The Doctor is a practitioner of long expe. rience, and has acquired a professional oelebrit in the treatment of diseases of an acute or ehronie charantr. nots Idr+ MIALAKOFF BITTEREI RECEIVED THE ONLY MEDAL - AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION NO TONIC LIKE IT. ALPSE WALE, S ole Prtoprletor and Manufaetarer. I. SCHWARTZ & BO., 149 TO 169 MAGAZINE STINT, AGEINTS FOR DAE'S PTE STEAI FIW? The asilon of t i ubule Is01 a i le arli alled to the GREA.T REDUCTION IN PRICEE I - laT reilunton i. ol on a oaunt of the deorne io the eant o41 laSn and materlaL o09 bo lner n o tbe ulty tf e rther byotwlthetnd na t rod e netouleeknowiedged SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANE PUMP, Itha been g ohgmat endeawor of th maeufaeturer to render it still more wolry of the lseW IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL ws wIIU Impllt streonthen and perfeot It for the manyr ues to whiob It is enDled.Uall now rmltted to be The Most Perfeot Mtesam Pump Made, aeob PUMP Is sUbieot d to a riaorous test before leerain the manufactory. and every Pm. We oblI.ate ourselves to refund the uroebase moneto In ease sa Pamp isbold fall to ge. form the work for whlob we warrant it, We have constantly on hand a isare and oomplete assortment of -PUIPS FOR VACUUN, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOIIIIRg KELLY STEEL BARB WJIRL asX ra stasis SA rsmas wtas STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. Wit h he yenoT m res n. e of B IPBB da ned go W lilt I. . 1.oely o. weore or Wod b. of st rl e teB ore f ta animal t ho re trM e and t a o _P sto renr, and soatvtr ol the anim tow er the co OO wn brokenq doawn or scle; hen e, e and. in many a. cas m ens.empee e .oiDeeae t tuus maipzg as.ressrtdak to the Jetttpmeutof some o e l nt tortiona of our uonutneal TIHE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CHE.A . With whatlI BANNED WI os0 4 tranhpor the Emaei ýaýont of time sad laby to put it p.to wonerul p a oe.ad ti s aatlve a made for tmost wo deiTrltsn em atkji success. The e znountitiNg have e as heeldr of it four tuI ago. iti own over1thoieo rid. aid uaed In - We are Prepared to Eeeate All Orders, Small or Large, Promptly sad ia Vag Low Prices. FRIEDMAN'S INJECUORS AND EJEUCIOBS. Thee Special attention of maj uot r mill owners, and othe parties ausing toneret e onomy of empley'rinal.ecos as mea a of sulplyir water to evn where the latter been setup an are ¢oy e. it world be ma .e - l one at foer also to your boler, for tae ol .mong many other reumsO _ pertlnent., that miiht be iven: The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Out of Order, others frequently. in which case muo valuable #me is ls while making repalr. at s momess notice t" takee nplace of the disaled um and allow the wor to Sunus had occurred. Then again 4mv bees o grest adean soe r.. i durlss tba. ugbteie s o ai be agd o oo nisuoo doedbo. lee elt r i uw mornsi. sCeotiwo 'b &is oserstion slows a Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Teotr of Boilers. The Btm employed in working the Inector is returned to the oller with the 1ed thereby ralfs its temoerature, and preventing the unequal exzanaton so disaamroh I _ Plates, oaused y pump ing in water at a low temperature. Te Feed Water entersough Boler throh the Ineotor In a cotinuous trsm. rest va e over the unavoidable Intermittegt supply produced by all kind i Tneee n cltors are warranted to work with the mot erfect regularity and wly applied accrding to the instructions given. guaranteed to work to the fulfe stY e - apaci, as aid down In our table. The will also. If desired. be sent on trial to responsible partles for thirty da.si to0 m etep i found to work as reDresented. otherwise to be returned free of ezeew an transportation. DEALERM IN JUDSON AND ALLEN GOVEBNORS, Shapley & Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BELLS. Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Boiler Ironm WHITE LEAD, uga Pollshed and Pointed Horse Shoe nle .. .sadple en. Woo eeter SeU*feedw g Upright Drills. Bevol Tank oers fi Boller Blavet"'. MORRIM TAEBsEB r& C00. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe, STEAR AND GAS PIPE FITTINGS, Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of all KIads, Braafets albe Bres anld Iron Horiontsl and ertlal ec V Steem and Vacuum Gaurzes Bteam and Bervice Cocks: rasm. Air. Orllnder an Osnse Coc:ks Brass Gonas. HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, or Jouarnal Bones. sngines. Shafin. for Slow and last Motion, we claim will sags IW P - nT over the us. of oIL NATHAN & DREYFUS' IT OSTATIC AID SELP-ACTIIS LUIICATOIS AD ILI EADHN ' AND B CKSMI TOOLS 01 5HOVNI B SPA PEtol s.ee sn Bellow: Drt.arden Rn Wheebrrows Nose. Deltia and PackingQ oall t. n_. ..ew a d-.Hand Portab le 0 Stationerr ngm.es. oilers. Shafting sad Puleys aIrasOAD A. ILL sUPP rrL[E o ALL aL ea Estimaste for Nelr Boilers Furnlshed on Applioatioi. Sand !gto ourshes a savaI rLa Parentage by saleg on us hesm Mau a S31. srWAon wAtTZ kaoy Mr to iS XaaWU V'm|