AA Willians & the tutor
costs to appellant , A. A. Williams vs. J. G. Landbt. This is an action instituted by the plaintiff to recover from the legal tutor of the minor children of the late Aniadee Landry certain bank and U. S. Treasury , notes, which he avers were received from him by the said Londry, as a special deposit to oe Kept as sucn Dy uie said Landry, and to be returned to petitioner when called for. The answer is a general denial. But the special deposit is clearly proved by the testimony of C. Cprnetz and by the receipt given by Landry to the plaintiff. The notes are shown to have been enclosed in a tin or bank box kept in theCitizens' Bank., But as he says, after some time they got mixed np with the money of the houss of Bran d and Landry, thus was used as the monev of said house. Some of the money in the box is the same as that given by the I if:n- 1 . s . : -L : -1 ir puuiimi, uut uie wiuuena ctuuiut say wuiun. The money was used in common and indis-' eriminately. " The depositor does not identify" the thing reclaimed by him to be identically thei same he deposited. We reaffirm the judgmentof the lower court, which was one or nonsuit costs or appeal to be paid by appellant :' :"' ' 1 . We have now given all the decisions of the Supreme Court rendered on Monday last ; 1 ' ' ' ' '