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of tbe Chess-Carley Chess-Carley Chess-Carley Companv, the petitioner petitioner prays that judgment b given against the Standard Company in his favor for tbe amount prayed for. " THE BOOKS MUST BE EUVERED The Creole Printing and Publishing Company sometime ago sued out a mandamus mandamus to compel J. EmileJiiToire. who had been dismissed as Secretary of the company aud a bnainesa manager of the Trait d'Union. a French dai evening paper published by the company, company, to turn over to the newly selected selected Secretary all the books, pa pers, seals, etc., belonging to lne plaintiff and in tbe possession of defendant. defendant. When the application was about to be tried the conrt was informed that a com promt so had been' effected, and that Mr. Jtivoire would turn over the books, etc The trial of tbe application was then postponed. Yesterday morning morning the counsel for the plaintiff appeared appeared before J odge Houston and asked that tbe mandamus be made peremptory, peremptory, as Mr. Rivoire had failed to turn over tbe books. A judgment accordingly accordingly was entered. r A MORTGAGE JUDGMENT. Judge W. T. Houston, in tbe ease of the Mutual National Bank vs James Reagan and C. P. McCan, yesterday Ophelia were inflicting victim, of second while ' John Delia Thomas Rosa larceny, - George eon-vieted eon-vieted eon-vieted months - P. J. Stephen Michael pleaded Joseph shoulder or thirty Jesse for

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 15 Mar 1887, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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