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MADISON JOURNAL
J. B. SNYDER,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
P. W. HICKEY, Pub.
SATURDAY, APR. 13, 1889.
MOIPSbIONAL CARDS.
STONE 4' .URPHY,
AITOxKYas-AT-LAW,
BRAL ESTA TEd. LOANXAGENTS
TALLULAI1, LA.
I. P. WaL~s, E. C. MITaruouarn,
PILI.h rALLLt I.Al.
WILLS & MONYHTOOMIRY,
4TT'Y S-.4T-L.4 ir.
TALULLAH, .L
BTEPHEN8 NEAL,
PIysiciam & Srgeon.
WAll calls will receive prompt atten
Soan,l ,
JAS. B. ASK E W3,
ýBENTISTý
1S8 Washington St. - Vicksburg, Miss.
m - - = t
E. D. ROB HZX0, D. D. M.
Of Baltimnore College of
DWTAL IURGRBT.
VICKSBURG, - . MISSISSIPPI.
February, 11. '88-ly.
A. L. SLACK,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW S
TAIJULAIK, LA .
Practices In the Ceurts of Madisea
as well as in West Carroll; Richland, ,
Franklin and Ouacbita parishes where a
he has the assistance of comptetent 41
local attorneys; also in the Cir.ult and 51
$upreme Court of the State and Feder- 7
al Jeur ta. Ii
O. P. HEBERT, C. E.
PAR 18i 8UURVEYO1.
T allulabh, . . - - -...... Ltliana. 1
Aprii . -ly.
Jolwn T. .McFarland, i
IIAACUII SST. a
T allulah, . - - - Louisiana fo
Repairing of Englnes, G in Stands w
. nd all kinds of Mqfhinery solicited.
F.
MOUTII IIARMONICAS.
"Capt. Jenka" "Pinafore" 0
"Maot" "Tony Pastor." 9
"SILVE, RsUt ."-,
John F. Stratton's
ROYAL Ii AR.iMONICAS.
Th.e eaet Mouth Jarmonleas po
slble to make.
D uches Konigin Empess.
Prlnueih Sultana Golden
Importer sd Wholesale icealer ia in
il kitnds of Ilarmoercas and Gener. -
al Musical Merchandlie. .Ian. 1U-'88
49 Malidea Lane. New York.
Washlngton Aotel,
VIcxssrno, Mass.
B. W3 WELCH Prop'rX...
I.R. A. IkDWELL, Clerk T
Ralr:--S.50 and $3 00 Cer day. t
Best equipped HOTLI i the tcity. T
Finest Laquore and Cigars at tie F
Oct. 15-ly.
Money To Loan N
--IY--]
TsE 5.3 WATKB3 BANKIO CO: ti
OF LOUISIANA. r
On good morttge seeurity in sums of Cr
Two Hundred Do'lars and up to any
amount. Apply to A. L. SL..CK.
AttoQlney. In
CHAS. L. GILPIN J
MAGISTRATE Ish WARD,
O e at Telegraph BDudiLag.
Taalnh, .. - - - - Leilaa
fSpeedal attention p.M to the
**leetioU of elams. t
[April 2 "-ly.]
WOUTWrN SUNEiAM.
A £ ese *moeum. user.r. Ppe
Ite pm oe resr
Dy eslla at th e store olBer & F sted
yea ean et a eamnle ,ecpy of t hi pa.r
d say neeemsary information. This
Igper la publishe monthly at Terrvell.
T l.. c ,ean white paper and clea,
readable type, and is geotten up o
prdally for the family ireside sad costs
yes nethmag.
.L LOCAL NOTES.
Miss Annie Lee Adams returned
home last Wednesday.
OR. Mrs. A. A. Sanders of Franklin '
Parish is visiting her neice Mrs. A. i
b. E. Adams. and other relatives in t
her former old Madison home. t
9. Dr. Gee. N. Monette, a promi
nent Physician of New Orleans C
was visiting his brother Mr. A. C.
Monette during the. week. The
Doctor returned to New Orleans a
Thursday.
'TS t
Proceeaings of the Sehool Board. T
rT, TAI.LCtLA, LA., April 1889. it
a. Thb Journl met in regular .+ suio .. all the
membIer presost:
The reastig ot the minutes of the proceed- b
4 ing meetiug ase di~peune.l with.
slesr. Alston and Catehiu having ap V
pi:eot Ior the leae of the schoo laid situated
on tihe Autralsaplaration. the tilse , om
SJ ittee was autborised to lea.e the same t
them for otue period of one year, at three
--dollars per acre, sor he clearen land. ce
The 'i reauoer subulitted his uas terly re
port to April I, 1l:t,. showing a bmlanee mu his la
haules to the eredit ,i usre scuanhot sad, of
1$.4S :4I1e which being shIruitted to the ra
fi ssese eunrmiee, was Iound t lbe eorrest.
aed same was ordered approved by the luat.r,
The Waverly and Tallulah colored schools ge
were ordered class, tempornrly. on areount
of the inelcienoy oi the teash.,i a essigned Its
thesm.
The Waverly white sobeol was ordered
Sdiscontinued on account of loses of peplia. an
whihek redaeed attoandace too far below the
Sveapesrmqsalred.
The used passed a resoolution re letiag
the Police Jury to appropriate the sar of
owe thousand dollrs., Oct of the funds now
In the Pariah treasure's hands, toe .able the
sahooles to be ceutilaed until the tirst t June art
as. the amount now to the credit of the s"hool
fund being nnadequate-this in crnsiderationu u
. of the fact that the LBoard did sot cal upn ter
the Putlse Jury tor a sperial levy for 551-.
Mr. 8lack was requegted to ezamsen the the
records in the Clerk's ofcee, sud ascertaei
if there anr y Ifth soctions, the property oi
the Ipublic schools, is the ponseesion of idi ed
widual--and to report the same, as that
at. p sauy be taken to recover them. an
*" Thenbe sug sno durther bnsiness. adjouro
meat wai, tdered to neat regular meeting,
let da ot lf .Iy ast. W. W . L NGo, IF
A- C. MOVNETri, President.
Secretary.
V List of Deputy Sherif's for Election
April 30th 139.
I t ward Kellogg's..........J. M. Wilkinson. pit
Slet IDelta.............. W. T. King,
d, d " kDelta .............J. K. Slel,
rO 3d * Millene leand.... Ja. BaSes.
st 4th Tallulb.......... Wallace Darrow
ad Sth Oegisra ............. L Roe, ta
r. ith * A. K. lMontugmery'seH. 3. F'r.,ak.
thk * White t'hrche ..... T. P. hBrlhadi. Up
J. T- M.ACLKLLAN, Ssrin.
EEPI.ANATION.
EDITOR MADISON JOUtNAL.
. l)ear Sir:
I am in receipt ofa copy of your live
little paper containing my appoint- fac
ments for preaching for last Sunday at
11 e'clock, and at night. Theep ap
pointment were made my authority,
and would have been lled, had I noi
received before starting from home, in- tioi
a formation that an Episcopal minister
was there, who would perhaps hold ma
service on Sunday.
. y Sundays are filled except the
fifth. bu i ht nt service
+ illlkens _ at both will
e +eable, wI ill gladlyire them.
+ poetfu 17, H. ARMSTRONG. I !
ine
IESTIMATE.
S OrrcIe or l'oLICU JeCR, J
Tallulah, La. 10th, April 1889.
I eartify that the following ann .1 in
budget for year 1189 was adopted by tiol
the ullee Juay of the Parish of Mai
isoa on 9th April, 1888.
Estimate of probable expenses for I
year 1889.
Assessment Fund...... d000 00
Attorney....... ... ....
Clerk Police Jury " .......3)0U edt
Constable fund............. 675 00
Ceatingent fund ............. 74. 0 qu(
Coroner fnd.............. ... 425 00
District Att'y fund............. O a0
Election fund................ 4000 rai
Jury ted ................... oo
Justice Peace fund.........4 4500
Levee fund.. .............. U00 00
Parish printing............... 410 00
Parish Treasurer............. 600 00
Pauper................... 30g 00
Police Jur.................... .i (
Public Building............ 1,500 (0
Quarantinr..e............... 200. (0
ioads & Bridges fund........ 2,0010 CO0
Public Schools....o........... 3,000 o a
Bheriffund Jail fund......... 2,000 00
SWitness fund................ 476 (CO
"$1t.3s0,00
Witness my hand the date above. The
A. L. StacI. Clerk Police Jury.
ntI RAILROAD.
Much talk has been floating around the
STallulah to the effect that the Missis. Di
sismippi Valley Railroad would cross wit
the '., .. & P., at some point west of tw
Tallulah. and as such talk, entirely ar
without fouudation though it wast hay. g
ing its effect, the Jorasat. wrote Judge ani
Steele l~ regard to it. unt
His reply,just received I as follows. m
VnALIA, LA. April 1th, 180. 
Mr. J. B. tnyder P
Tllulh, L. oft
Dna 8ss:--Yours of &ld Just to hand
on my return from New Urleans last g
night. You are authorised to say that t
Sthere is no foundation whatever for the t t
relport that the projected road will wt
cros the V. S. & P., at some other T
poitntthan Tallulah. Suchuhathinghas
not been even considered, on the con
trary there isgreat advantage in reach- sad
lo the Parish bite, and unless there toe
should be some serions obstacle inter. to-i
posed in the matter of rights of way
and depot grounds, you can depend
Suon the crossing being Bade a Tal
I ah, and in no event would it be
made west of that point.
Truly Yours,
I!IRAM R. STEELE, Br
This should effeetually settle that and
Buargment, and make the grumblers p 7
seek a new tack. D
B Judge Steele is positive in his asser- se'
t~on that the road will cross at Talllu Ta
lab unless, of couree obetacles are put
in the way of its crolinga here. But in i
no event, be says, wiU the road moe '
west of this plae. .
neel
- 14
?TR WfS 01 JOB !Oil
PRICES REASONABLE.
'SATIsIuctIOI OUAAI1TD
TO THE PLANTERS.
ned We hope the planters of Madison
will remember that a majority in 4
lin "tnumber" as well as in "value"
A. is necessary to carry the Railroad e
I in tax election on April 30th, and we '
urge upon each individual planter,
Mi- that the only way that the election
ins can be carried is for him to see that k
C. his property paying tenants vote. n
'he The vote of a man who owns only I
me a cow or a hog, counts as much in a
the numerical result as the vote of
the largest planter in the Parish.
The negroes generally are in favor
of the tair, knowing as they do that I
it will help them as much as any *
the other class of people, and that the
*4- burden upon each of them will be a
a.i very small, only a few cents for
,. each individual. Right around
o Tallulah, we know that the better $
class of negroes are in favor of the n,
road, the mechanics know that the 12
i railroad will give them more work r
t and better prices, and the small
:w gardeners and farmers, know it
will give them better prices and
at increased demand for their labor w
as, and for their produce.
It will benefit the plantation
g hands in a hundred ways. As a
general thing, they know this and 35,
me are in favor of the road, and we =
urge that the planters impress their Cr
tenants with its benefits, and afford a,
e them every facilihty to vote. 11
, Itemember ! that a vote not poll- ii
ed for the road is a vote against it, tl
and see that your hands vote for it. ow
RI
WANT ASK FOR IT. pal
Do you want cheap freights ? i"
*- Vote for the railroad. see
Do you want good labor and
. plenty of it ?
Vote for the railro ad.
Do you want to know to a cer- the
tainty that the levees will be kept O
up and protected ? $13
Vote for the railroad.
Do you want a quick market for 10
your products ? 1
Vote for the railroad on
e Do you want speedy travelling I
facilities ? see
. Vote-for the railroad
Do you want quick communica. nE
tion with the cheap meat and grain I 1
markets of the west ?
Vote for the railroad. L
Do you want your pr;perty to 3, 7
Preble ingr e _a-n
Vote for the riilroad. Iots
Do you want better wages and y
increased demand for your labor ?
Vote for the railroad. L
Do you want all the waste lands Re
in Madison Parish put in cultiva- L
r tion?
Vote for the railroad. We
Do you want taxes reduced? 1'
Vote for the railroad. sa
Do you want prosperity, better
educational facilities and conse- it
a quent higher civilizationt
0 Vote for the great civilizer the ',
* railroad.
State Tax Sales
SOF 1
OIMEVABLE PROPERTY. ,
The 8tate of Louisian, vs. Delinqueat se
Tax Debtors, Pariah of Madison, Dis- 15 a
triet of Linda North of Red River. P
BY VIRTUE OF TIlE LAUTHORITY 131
vested in me by the Oenstitrtion T
and laws of the State of Louisiana, I see
will sell at the principal front door of of
Sthe Court House, in which the Civil e
*District Court of said pariah is held, 1
Swithin the legal hours for judieial sales
f begining at eleven o'clock a.m., on Sat. Lot
urday, the
18th Day of May, A. D. 1889. pr
Santi contiuigon each suweethlingday or
until amid sales are completed, all im or
movable property on whidel taxes are ty
now due to the State of Lemsuiana, and dei
ParishefMadhson, to enforce collection pro
of taxes assessed in the year 1855, and say
praeeeding yearsu shown by this list; anm
together with interest thereon, from due
the Slut day of Decemberofevery year, T
st the rate of two per ceat per month f
I until paid--and aicoste. L'ni
r The names of said delnquent tax- sha
Spayers, the amount of tares due by ap
each, on the assessment of said years v
and the immovable property assessed ad
Sto each, tobe otlffered for sale as follows,
to-wit: and
SRESIDENT. of
I Bradield, Jno. J. May & Bonham 4 SI
'square 65 and improvements thereon 8th,
SI I Delta, taxes 11ti $531,
' 1117 28 85,
* 1888 81 3.i
Bradleld, Jno. J. May& iaonham, House
and lot square 48 1a Delta, taxes 18Is1
I5 78, taxes 1t1 1 $S53, taxes 18818 6 09.
Dunn, Mrs. M. E.-Duan Place, frac'l ]
sec's 10. 11 and 12, T 16 n, i 14 East.
Tares 1i88 g6 5. A
Emasnuel, Julia & Children, Part one
Highlands land on lowerside sec's 7&8 & e8 ,
T6I R14 IE. taxes ln84:au . eac.
Edringlton, W.II., Australia Terrapin tim
neckc's 4,6 7 8,6, & I1, T 18an, pee
B I4'E; taxes 185a$50.
Montlomery &Moore, all that por- o.
tion of tand patented to Jacques Dom -
iniquae ly_ U. 8. lying west of the line One
runnng fronm centre of see 7 T 1I5 nt Tiw
Sand o0 E. Lots , 2, , 4, , 6, 7, 8 . Thr
see TI5 a, Ri 10 E; taxes 168P St 10. Fou
Montgomery, G. W.& A. K., s ofsj Fise
see 3; se j of sese 4; eJo(e see ; s Ten
w lf sof eiae 9;nwa see t, w ofaw j One
sec 10i,; t of njseae0; taxes l·ae
Richardson, Win., frac'l sec 25, T IS
son n, R 15 E, taxes 18t8 $9 1I.
Richardson, J. 8., Luck enough, lots
11 4 and 1I sec 35, n} and sw # sec ~i, T
ue" 15 n, R 9 E., taxes 1888 $16 26.
Btanbrough, J. M. or unknown own
oad er, w) of ne i and e0 }of n w sec 59, T
e n, R 12 E; taxes 188 $ 4 00.
S 188i5 4 W,
ter, 1 88 1125,
ion 1 1135,
M' lt8 10 18.
hat Stanbrough, Succ'n of Phiineas or un
known owner, w} of nw) of see S, '1T I
)te. n, R 12 E. taxes 188 5 14.
lly o ett, Snc'n K. M or unknown owner
Lot 3 oft e 32, T 10 n. R 1 E., Irjc'l
in sec 67 T 16 n, R 13 E,texes l8i $ 6 t,
'of 188 17 18,
sh. ' !~87 17 18,
' I 1 183In,
Mor 3rs. M. A. Towne; Wilderness Lats
lat 1 2 and 3, T 15 n, R 15 E: less 7o acres
sold to the V., S. & P. Railroad; taxes
1888 $118 6.
the Towne, E. B. Suc'n of lot 10 Block 10
be and improvemen ts in Delta; taxes 18!8
$973.
for 'Towne, W. P., Brown -Dwelling near
Co,urt House in Delta. formerly assess
ed to Maxwell and Gioudlan, taxes 8ms
ter $1140
e Towne, Mrs. M. A., Bridles sec 29 n}
see 30, ne }nee 3", Township is n, range
he 12 E. taxes 1888 $8. 22.
Watson, P. J., Lot 4 Block 63 and im
provements in Delta taxes 1888 *8is. -
all NON-RESIDENT.
Brisbane. Mrs. Margaret II. ni of sJ &
It sofnj sec 23 T 18a, t 12 E. taxes tWs
Bettis,G.C. or unknown owner, ea ofn
or wsec28, T 15 n,I 12 E. taxes 1I84$ 2 18.
1885 2 i,
n' 1886 580,
D ' 1887 5 o,
' 1888 6 20.
SBettis, Mrs F. M., Briars frac'l sees
Id 657, 66 and d T 15 n, R 13 E. taxes 1888
$78 97.
re Bowmar, Mrs. E. A., Dahnev and
sir Crump, That portion of sw # and wr of
se se 26 lying south of Tensas see I
rd 34,nw # and wj ofsw } sae 35 T 17 n, R
11 E. taxes o $67 94.
Capers, Legrand L. and Harper
i- Hunt. n ofn sec23T 18 n, R 12 E.
taxes 188 $12 26.
IDonan, ac'n of Wm. or unknown
t. owner ne I and n} of nw } sec 5 T 17 n,
R 12 E. taxes 188 $15 51.
Dominique, Jacques Suc'n of or un
known owner, all that portion of land
patented by the United States to Jac
ques Dominique lying east of a line A
trom center of sec 6 to the center of
see 7, T 15n, R 10 E. taxes 1884 $ 374,
188.5 ; 74,
ad *
' 1886 11 50,f
` 1887 11:50,
' 1888 1220,
Farrar, Reeves A Kempe, e} of see &
r- that portion of n w i sec 2 east of Ten
ms T 17 n, i 11 E, s} of se o and lots 5
Pt and 8 of sec 35, T l1n, R 11 E.taxes 1884
$13 36, taxes 1885 $13 36, taxes 1886
$3891. taxes 1887 $39ltaxes 1888 $41 46. t.
Holloway, Dr. J. A., Lot 1 section
33 and lot 1 section 34 lots 4 and
10 see 35 nu of swj see: 36 T
15 a, R 9 E, (conflict with Richardson
on lots 4 anl 10 see5 andn ofsw i
sec 36.) taxes 1888 $22 49.
Ig lamilton, HIenry-Neelv lots 6 and 7
see 11lots 2 and 3 and n w' of nw sec
22, T 16 n, 1ol E. taxes 188 *9 97.
iHamilton, U. D. or unknown owner.
E of n et and s w4 of n e see 14 eof
SnwI and swi of nw ofsec 23 T n,
SR 11 E. taxes 18i $ 6 08,
18856 008,
' 1886 17 01.
Ludeling, Jno. T., IAots 1, 2 and 7
Block 11, lots 7, 10 and 11, Block 61 lots
o 3,7,8, 9,10 and 12Bloc4.5 lots 1, 2, 3 4,
Band , Block ti ota 2, 4,5 6, ,8
and 10 Block 37, lots Block 43
lots 11 and 12 Block 171 Blocks 107, 59, 2
1'd 139, 7, W , 213 , 143119, 41, 2.5,
S223 and 31 shares in Balance Delta
? property with improvements, taxes Nc
Ludeling Jno. T., Lundell w frse'l }
Is sec 17n, w and see 18, T17 n, R12
E. taxes 1888 $57 5,6.
I- Ludeling, Jno. T., Goodrum frsc'l ne
& sec 17 frac'l w) sec :0. ej of ne I sec
1., frac l w} of Iw 4 sec 21. ne I of saw
ee 14, T 17 nR 12 E. taxes IMrs $45 2.
Ludeling, iss C., Ezra Rundell, s
frac'I see 7, T 17 n, R 1 E. Lots 2, 4,
5 and me I sec 12, lots 6 and ne sec 13,
T 17n, H 11 E. taxes 18841 4$05.
Ludeling, Jnq. T. Hester undivided
. I interest in sec 3 sec 4 .s sec's 5 and
6, e} & nw w of nw sec 7, w) and s} of
se and noe of ne see 8, see I, lots 1,
"e 2, 3, and 8, sec 10, and that part of set
2 west of f'ensas, T 16i n, R It E. taxes
1888 $147 36.
Ludeling, Jno. T.,or unknown owner
wr ofsw a sae 32, T 1 n, R II, E. taxes
1888 .5 14.
Saxon, Lydall Alien., n j of 09 acres
in northern portion of s w and n ) of VI
44 acres in n w | portion of a eI see 29,
and njofw of sw j c 28, TIouit Or
10 E. taxes 188ni 2 44,
' lt 2 44;,
r 1886 679,
' 1888 6 20,
1 Maher Ed & Phil., frac'l sec 37. T 18
n, R 13 E. 18t8 taxes $15 0.
Marshall, L. R. or unknown owner. a
e I and nI and ei of so i sec 10, a wI
It seel7wi ofnwlse2 , n4 sec3, T
15 n, R 1 E. taxes 1881 $42 3.
Pintard, Mrs. Msry--8ec 0 T 18 n, R
S13 E. .71 15.
SThurman, W., "Kinderhook" se
I see and s ofn • sec II, sw and w
if ofe o) see 10 n w see w of et an
eIs ofne see 17, T I n, R 12 E, taxes
11P8 $87 .7.
Is Wormack, Mrs. M. C., Baithsville,
t* Lots 9 and lOT 14 n, I 13 E. taxes $16 18.
On said day of sale I will sell such
, portions of said property as each debt
y or will point out, and in case the debt
or will not point out suffticient proper- E
0 ty, I will at once and without further
d delay, sell the least quantity of sid
a property of say debtor which
d ay bidder will buy for the
amount of the taxes, interest and coats
n due by said debtor.
r, The ial, will be without appraismeat
if r car h in legal tender money of the
United 8tatec, sad the property sold
- shall be iedeemiable at any time for the
Sspace of one year, by paying the price
Sgiven, wirth twenty per cent and costs
d and penalty added.
I J. 'i. McCLELLAN, Sheriff,
and E-Officio Tax-Collector for Parish
of Madison State of Louisiana.
8Bherif's Office, Tallalh, La., April
5 8th, 1889.
I ID VERTISIYG RA.TES
-:o:
Advertisements will be inserted at
one dollar per square (one inchofspace
r less, ) for the frst, and l'ty cents for
each subsequent isertion for any
B time under one month. For longer
. periods as follows:
E- o. senasIm. I.3ni. Sm. 12m.
e One.......3 1 0 . $1000$1500
I Two...... 600 1 10i I ,, l 00
. Three.... 70 1001 O15 20010 35 0()
Four...... I000 15tIB l 3000 16 00
) Five....... t, 00 2 001 4 00 00
s Ten (i coll2$00 34O4 OO 0 00 0 000
SOncol.... 0045 0007 01 00 1O0
8-' I
r1 Tallulah Livery and Sale Stable, I
; CHAS. BROWN, - - Proprietor.
0, HT orses and bulwr6ies' fir Sa(le ((d /lire.
o:O:o .
TALLULAI Ii MARKET.
Chas. Bro nll, P1-1-o '1. I
Betfi Pork,.lfIutlwo and 1 ( a caonltii fly on hand
- IG SHOE STORE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ev
ery variety of hand.-ewed and
n. Cutom- Made He
y'e ; BOOTS, 'HOES & kL EIBER (OO!i,
}-1 I)xIFFFlJNT FITS
-MIeasires Taken. a.d (;auaranterd.
IN CALL FOR $2.50 '
r - - Kia Button Shoes for Ladles. at
It it the LEADING S MRo in the City. ,
MAIL ORDERS PILLED WITH The GREATEST CAE. a
Oct.20, 1-y.
id ti;-- - - - - *
of no
Incorporated 1884. J.1o. F. IHALPIN, Manager
JNO. F. HALPIN, CO.,
n,
-Wholesale Grocers.
Sos. 117 4" 1z30 eIdlberry St. Vicksburg, Mliss. 0
HEADQUARTERS FOR FLOUil, MEAT, IIAY, CORN, OATS AND g.
BIltAN. ALABAMA LIME, PORTLANI) AND IROSEDALE o
CEMENT A SPECIALTY. A
SICKSBURG LIQUOR TOBACCOCO.
Wholesale Delers In all kinds of
Ii,
S.JN . M. MAclNTYRE, MANAGER. .
Liquorsna, Cigar s,y a accos, swarec. I
SStoveAlso Importer s of all Case Goods.
P2li5' South Washington Street. e Vileksurg, Mel&.
No. M-r. G . MclANTYRE, MANAGER.
WI-OLESATLE DEALERS INTI
I 1I
Chna, Chockery and Slazpware,
SStoves, House Furnishing Goods,
Piub Akriclatinl Iil-l-ies Br Siek.
,in
18
R
s t
Pellet. laursCee C0o.L and.. Lirerpool £ Globe lasd ,
d y
Steam Pumps' rass & Steam Fittings, 3
STOVES ETC.,
I.
o Ti., Copper aid Sheet rom Wre
*H.B.BRUSER,
81111V1CI0,C3 - . 1
U N P ~DENTED ATTRACTI WN
OVER a MILLION DISTRIBUTED
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY
COM PAN Y.
Incwtrioratd by tife I.gislatutre in
|,l ll'.u ,tb( , tIIId its ;lu .clhitbe malea
1 atul' for l ht o.r,.t.l.  a l (' L ilrt lileu
I rt t f, t I 1uli l t Co tt
,.\ I,.,e I takrr pe lace Sent-ual laril
thV- L IIlt ";11l t al I''l ot, t rl lI.,i run,
i nd j iiit. uul , Tr i; itiltu g, Iake ilae on
e (t1atl'h tIhe t,tl; tr i n 11( 'lllll. iII tLhe
 eal. sa leai ll adrawnl in jlilnjt, at.
i t.e A uth e u f .ti lu mt., ..e\ Orleans,
'W do hlereliy ('ertify that wesuper
Svise the arrnttgclt.,t for aill the
_ d.lithl itltl &lu:i-Annual i Irua il,,a of
tie L.ilntils s Mate [.ttr ( pall
and in Iersona ItalJ gt. Cutll Ituioellt the
Jr I)ra iu ll l ,t'l,|ili.. , lil', l t hatd I the
sale harei culllllrtitrl ithI knllt.lty fair
Ies and iii tgood tLitilh i ard all iat rias,
aIlli we aluthlorize (hl | (nzti;Ii' Ito II,.
this certilicate, witli fuc-aiuilt. ofour
-.ignaturts uttachId, iLl its adtr.rtiac.
icItl ts.
CouCiuinsionerl.
We the acdersigmltd I anks aaI I Bank
ers will pay all prizes (1ra11n ill the
'Luisiana State Lo I ttrie 0 w 0ic hi, ay be
resented at our counters.
IlB.I.WALMELEy Pres.Lalat. Bank
. LANAUX, State n .t. Bank.
& . BALD'IN~, Pres. 10. Nat. Bank.
CARL 1 BN, Pres. Union Nat Bank.,
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING,
WVill take place
At tre Academv of Music. New Orleans
TUESDAY, MAY 14. 1889.
Capital Prize, $300,OO.
100,0(x0 Tickets at Twenty DIollars each.
Halves $10; Quaarteits 5.00; Truths
a * $'..00; Twctntiethis $1.00
LIST OF PRIZES.
I PRIZE OF $:I),(~0c is 310,000
l PRIZEI OF 1 ](I,'( . is. 100,t00
1 PRIZE OF 5,05t in 0,(000
I PrTIZE OF i25,(0N) is 25,U00
'2 I'1tiZEtOF 1(1,) )0 in -20,a
5 I'iZr :us OF ,Ie ) are 25,000
25 1rI'nlaS. O(F 1t,(5) are 25.00
100 'IIIZES (,i '61t) are ;i50000
200 'IrIZEl O.F : N) are t;004)0
lOO P'RIZi's (F .200 are IOr,Ou
API'OXIMATION P'RIZES .
S 1010 rizes of $:w) are $Eo, CO0
l(5) Prazes of $:;t(O)... . are ;;O,(ou
100 Prizes of $20 ..... . are 0.00u
0919. Prizes of 100 ...... are . tR.,!xrJ
3 o,134 Prizes amounltin to..$1,OM,O0
NoTv.-7"ickelts drawingCUapital P'rize,
are not teittlel to terminal Prizes.
u-F,,r Club Rates, or any further in
fornlatiom illys to time undersiguied
Y rlt hlalttlu riling liiibt be listinct and
signature jilain. lMore ra jil ret,,rn
mnail meliVei.i Iill he astumetl by y-IIr
enclosaing arlt Etveloit bearitg your full
adlresa.
Nen PONTAL NTEK , Fxires
.Mney Orders, or New York Excahinge
5 In orinary ltter. Curieu.cy Iuy Exljrcs.
(at our exltltae) atlrrnesed'l to
IB . A. iA Uallie.
T t l ew Orlenaos, .a.
r reh. jh .
Addze regimterd Letterln to
CNew Orlcans i.atn l Bkri,
oew Orleans, La.
RE IEPBiFrI TI I T ON:E lbLIA !:
is the pric of the ntarleebt liarti.r ti,.
tien tf a tadket issued in any dIuW in,.
Auyth ilr g in out njua oerntid It a ihS
price, is either a co unter.feit or a asi,
di. e.
"REIlEMlBER thie opaymeat of all
Prizes is ti UAAN'I'EE 1 BY FOUl
NaTI(NAl, iSIANK OF HEW
W ORI.EAN.. 11114 tire Th'kets
are sitgntl by the Preiiletnt rf an Ilodi
tutini, whoe 'harteredl riitts ar ree,.
ogrriedl in the highles d mjouit4; Ithlrt,
fure,, It ware of all inhitulious and £
SDOltyuflou~ &ljC lru4:."
Dtmcklen's Amrica Balie.
The Ipeit e alve inl the worhl tcrClts,
Brlises, soresr, 'lcers, $alt IUhcle,,,,
eier I'rep, Tettc(r, ('limapl.el Hind.,
Cl.hlblalns Corn. ans all ,kin I'r~ll
ions, adhd Ionditielv eures Piles, or no
) pay reqiirt.d. It i Fsrsll'ltlei to riu C
["rfect satirtaction or o.nev reftnune.
Priee'm.ents setr box. For male by
J. T. McClellas n (o o.
WANTED! I!
leiahlld and Aelive Men to traci
for nit l'talit.he, llouse during the
minlntermotlllhih Those whto a1 flir
nihl, a horse and give saeerit pre
ferred. Monecy advansmd n-onihlv to
pay rxlenim.zes A great chlance fOr
rgt ltae age, bumines
rxperieitce, and to save tilimo better
send naties amid address of referenees.
lio altention paid to postal cards.
N ever Ininad about sending stamp for
redly. Ad(illresls i. qi-th,,a jJ-. I
.1JOBWORK

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