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PIERIRE J. GILBERT.
KoliUcite Io patronage dux publie die
muparoitse pour ce qui oiocfrne es
profuaawiL ,: . - s
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF ASSUMPTION.
SINAPOLEONVIILLE, La., SATURDiY, DECEMBER 1, 1877. No. 25
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hand e i linead
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Ye ut P'd, Satesb,
DTI~ Afea, fel s
P~s :r t Wup.i
o'"~rlm, Cognubie. of ~iZsthe be
Sreck'wy, Cuteiry, Tinware, Barhera
Az 8xes, Nelt BeooumeNii51
ýh, Ponwder ad Cs.
CuaU * be
satd ye% will be eosvinad that cheaper
D. LEBLaKC t 3'.& .tiON,
'Mr~itt~jw~i~yS at~ lawil
aAPOLIQNY1LLK. A55UM1TIO1,. LA
' BERlrT , PLAVV& ,
Alºmtey asad Notary Public,
FAWNO rTVZLLN, u..
Whee,5t indr_ fOHL~ec.ithr,
C enri ag m ~. ý ý o j , i ( rt . , a g & c
made saiips roied*W &ia. pries.
Saddery .1i4 gaW4*t1 Uardware
tli F Isui,ýý ý.d Pad
ospeotfif4ly inf4 0 the publi r t fot fr
0jL,trpoaola1Ise fls box
WAvTRf J HOTEL
,VgaiiWrg ikth*1t petr asgo.
pr(it~i~ fI~r~arr for u'im thosenb
p~itioii~~;-i ?P~~,~ CQ 6
I Tate'. Alley,
I :. ,bri Judge,
-Ii~~cn~~. cm- cT1:
Dn. PAUL HUMBERT,
Performs all operations on
the teeth in the latest and/LA
most sientitie manner.
Consultations free, and all work guaran
Oee 5 No.. 1 Ra.lroand Avenue,
CORNER OF RAILROAD AVENUE AND
LEFEYRE, Pro irictor.
The Bar is supplied with the beat Wines
Wheeling, W. Va.
Ns. 64 Coasmn Strieet, New Orleans, and
Cane earts, Mule carts,
Bagasae Carts, Rice carts,
Town Darts, -Small crte,
(of all sizes)
Axle grease, (the -bet made) Spokes, Fel
loes, 'Wheeling Nail', etc., etc.
ALL WORKS FULLY WARRANTED
Mr. R. H. WEBSTER, Napoleonville,
will keep a .tock of Carts shd Axle (G}ease
KEEFE & SODLEY,
Are prepared to do Founderi Work,
Machine work, and general Blacksmiti'.g
at the lZweatprices.
We have refitted the Foundery with the
mo.t improred tool , and solicit a coatinu
ance of the Planters'.atronage.
.. I. LAMAbI. Manag r.
No. 151 DECATUR St.,
Consianments of Cotton, Sugar, Rice,
Fruits, 'Vegetables, Poultry', Eggs, Wool,
Moss, Hides, &e.. reapectfully solicit d.
The only Steam Manmfactury of Cuon-ecio
nary in the South.
Silver Medals, Diplomas and Premiums
SUCC.EBOB TO EBRWET TURPIN,
Aanufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
stickl Candy (the best made), French and
Fancy Candies, Hugar Toys, Chocolates,
Jellies, Syrups, Fruits, all sorts of Dry and
Ginger Cakes, Fire Works, Surprise and
Cash Boxes, &e. &c.
38 OLD LEVnE SBNR.'r,,
NEW ORLEANS, La.
R. N. SIMS,
Attoruey at Law,
Will practice in the Parishes of Ascen
iotn, Asuwmption, St. Jamues and St. John
4.Businew promptly attended to.
LE EDS' FOUN DRY,
f araus.Tnn rx 1825.1
CO... DGtLORD arn FOURTH STS.,
We are prepared to manufactnre
UGVAR MLNI "
OC IPTON PRES.ES,
. JNEWEL. SCBR.WS,
* WURNACR MOUTES,
and all kinds of Plantation and Steam
boat work, and every description of Ms
chinery fur the olnth.
LErDS & CO.
Bayou Latworche Pa4cket.
TWIcr A WEEK.
The hae passeeger steamer
JOE DALFERES, Master,
E. NICOLLE, Clerk,
Iea.rs New Orleans every TUED)AY
t 5 p. m., and SATURDAY at 10 a. m.
.eBtwi eg, leaves Thibodaux evey M
DAY sandFBpAY at 5 p. m.
EBMIWEEKLY BAYOU ýAeOUEC
P. A. rrh.&t oat~, Ný. Z. Thipuisc.
Lnsieaven New bI
NOTICE TO TRAVELEuRS.
The. Stage carrying the United States
M.il leaves Napoleonville daily (Sundays
excepted) et 6 o'clock A. M., arriving at
Dona dsonvuille at 9 o'clock.
Returning, leaves Donaldeonville on the
arrival of the train from New Orleans and
takes pas engers to all points on Bayou
Latfourhe to Napoleonville at reasonable
For passage, apply at the Washington
Hotel. Napleonville, and City Hotel at
A. F. HICKMAN
Importer of Wines & Liquors
.95, DECATUR ST.
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DETROIT FREE PRESS,
THE, CENTENNIAL MEDAL!
The=Trnth at Last !
At the 45th Exhibition of the American
Institute Fair in this city, the Howe Ma
chtine wag recommended by the judges,
and approved by the unanimous vote of
the Board of Managers, for the GRKAT
GoL " T'CtNImw rAL MEDAL," under the
"This Medal (of goly) is to be awarded
only for a machine, protduct, or process.
exhibited this Uieutennial year,' at the 45th
Exhibition of the americau Institu e of
the city of New York. It can be awarded
only for a machine, prodnu t, or process, of
gre :t value, decided importance, and of
more than usual merit; and then only by
a majority of the whole Board f rusees,
upon the written report of three judges,
whose report shall certify to the atbve
requirements, and after said repor$All
have been approved by a majorityrbdi
whole Board of Managers."
It will be thus seen that the "Howe"
still leads all competitors-and we chal
a leuge all &owing Machine Companies in
the land t~ produce an award of like ex
cellence received in this -ENTE NIAL
y THE HOWE MACHINE CO..
183 CAuAL STEarT, NEW ORLEANS
JAxMa McGBnTH, JAMES COMPToN,
New Orleans. Jackson, Miss. I
C. F. ALBA
1cGR ATH &
Nos. 103 & 105 Poydras Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Dealers in Fine Wines, Liquors, Tobacco
and Cigars.-Prompt attention given to
City and Country orders.
J. B. WHITTINGTOIN,
Attorney and Notary Publie,
Will attend promptly to all business in
the Fifteenth Judicial District Court
and Aupreme Court.
En. NIoaows PNroa, RWv. EL Rowu.
Donaldsonville, La. Napoleonville, La.
PUGH & HOWELL,
Attorieyp at Law,
Wiilpractice in Ascentsion and Awsunption.
GUION & FOLSE,
S Attorneys at Law,
NAPOLEONVILLE, ASSUMPTION. LA.
Practice in the Courts of the Pifteetith
Judicial Distrlot,in the adjoining parishes
and in the Supreme Court.
i .S.-L. U.-oOsA. Notary Public.
Wei :f. MARKS,
Attorney and Notary Public,
PLTT KRNVILLE Li.
sItrjIkn B IBEI t ARE FBIPROM TRIs
I Ada Aiaoeciaedbi the Pr.amtics of Kedi
aiand the Firm is F Boa~i.O
Xuel.1 C. 8T0t 1
GENERAL PUBLIC! t
ARRIVAL OF AN
OF NEW i
FALL & WINTER GOODS;
AUCTION FOR CASH '
RUINOUS LOW PRICES !
and which will be
Sold Very Cheap.
My Stock is complete in every
Department, and I invite my friends
and the public in general to come
and be convinced that
cn be lbought at my Store for less
Money than in New Orleans.
Calicoes at 5 ets. a yard.
Cotton-flannel, 10 " "
Jeans, 15 " "
r ottonade, 15 " "
Red, White and
Blue Flannel, 25 " "
Corsets, 50 " a piece.
Towels, 10 " "
BLANKETS, SHAWLS, PLAIDS,
I call special attention in theline of
Just received, sach as
One of the handsomest and cheap
est assortment of DREiSS GOODS
ever presented here, at
,2A4 ents a ards.d.
A full Assortment of
MEN'S, YOUTH'S and BOYS'
CLOTHINGS on Hand. 1
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The largest assortment of Furni
ture ever brought to this Market,
BEDSTEADS, ARMOIRS, BUR
At astonishing Low Prices.
STOVES of all SIZES.
ISAVE 25 010 and buy your goods at
N. B.--Agent for the celebrated
SWILSON SEWING MACHINE.
J. W. WICKWIRE'S
FLOATLNG STECIL & EI~GBAYV.I BOAT,
MERtCHAN'IS' SHIPPING & GENERAL
Also, Brands for marking clothing.
Cheeks for watches and keys, stencil al
phabets. steal stamps for marking tools
and planters' utensils ; silver badges for
societies, Ac., ke. Watches, cloc as nd
jewelry also repaired.
All work guarantied.-Prices moderate.
.r" Orders left at the boat or at this
officee will be promptly attended to.
BEAMIS & ARNOLD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Custowm-House, Up Stairs,
NEW ORLEANS, La.
"WliI give prompt attention to any busi
noes in the city. and in them trisbe of
Assnpiio and Lafourche.
Attorney at Law,
Wil attend ýI "o b ss an
trusted to him the ;fit ts.
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