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t. Franalsville. lMarela 24, '77
The following parties are our duly au
F. M. Miuntird, Bayou Sara.
E. W. Whiteman, ' "
A. T. Gastrell, " "
C. Bockel, " "
M. & A. Fischer, " "
C. L. Fisher, St. Francisville.
J. D. Austen, "
J. A. Pilant, West Feliciana.
Also the President of each Ward Club
n the Parish.
E. C. Kiblinger, Jackson,
Dr. T. S. Jones, "
Dr. J. W. Jones, "
Joseph Wolf, Port Hudson.
James Hyce, ' "
W.D. Lounden, " "
Cwgt. W. B. Porter, Young's Station.
THE LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
[ Special to the V. O. Democrat.]
WAsIuxGTON, March 21.-W-heeler de
clines to serve on the Louisiana Commnis
sion, but Hayes thinks his objections can
be overcome. David Davis has formally
declined to serve. Kenneth Raynor has
been objected to by Sherman and has
been rejected in consequence. The Com
mission will probably be constituted as
follows: Wheeler, Foster, Henderson or
McVeigh, Reps; John C. Brown, of Ten
nessee, and John Young Brown of Ken
The agony is at length over, at least so
far as develops the policy of the admin
istration towards Louisiana. The great
and important Cabinet consultation has
been held and with it vanish the posi
tive assurances vouchsafed so long, by
tile inevitable telegrapher. The whole
sum and substance of the matter is just
this: the troops are still to be held in
terrorem over our citizenss; the status quo
is to be maintained while a committee of
radical partisans subject us to the indig
nities of another mock examination into
the "disposition of our people."
That the Committee will be among us
in a very short time, is a tixed fact, and,
under the circumstauces, it behooves us to
look about us and see to it that we have
our "house in order" when they call.
The investigations of this body will not
be confined to the city, but they will ex
tend their visit to the interior Parishes
to ascertain the disposition of the people
toward the rival State goverllneuts.
WVest Feliciana will doubtless constitute
one of their principal olbjective points
and we owe it to ourselves to neglect no
means to place her aright on the record,
as to the devotion of her people to the
government presided over by Go ernor
There is one way in which this loyalty
can be proven unmistakably Iand une
quivocally-it is through her property
holders. Let her tax roll exhibit that
substantial proof against which no false
construction of partisan opinibn can pre
vail. It is not to be understood, that in
this hour of doubt and uncertainty, the
people are expected to pay the .fedl
amount of their taxes. but a general and
generous coming forward by the mass of
the tax payers, with a reasonable per
centage of their taxes, would prove to
be an argument so potent, so palable as
not to be distorted trough the wiles or
stratagems of a corrupt, partisan Com
West Feliciana was the "banner" Par
ish in the election; let her stand the
peer of her sisters in the coming inquisi
Having proved all things requisite,
should an arbitrary ruling again attempt
to consignus tothegovernment of thieves
and robbers, we have left us the right of
joining our sisters in that "resistance to
tyrants' which is "obedience to God! "
ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,
March 22d 1877.
Misarnrehension of the telegram
signed Vidette, to N. O. Democrat,
of March 7th, induced me to make
use of expressions in my communi
cation to N. O. Republican, dated
March 9th, which, upon investiga
tion and reflection. I am convinced
were hasty and erroneous.
I interpreted Vidette's dispatch
to refer to the occasions upon whicl.
Mr. Weber and myself were hunt
ino in company. such proving not
to be the case, I am free to with
draw the objectionable expressions.
It is prehaps proper to say, that
in my communication the expression
"I carried the gun" was intended to
mean that I had it In my possession
most of the time. Mr. Weber did
at times have it on his shoulder,
bot in no threatening manner did
he handle it. Yours truly.
J. H. COLLINS.
-To the everlasting credit of tlhe
Nicholls Logislature, be it said, thoy hIave
reelaled tlihe Louisiana State Lottery
- - - .
-See the advertismlentl of Messrs.
Couhn & Brother'us Red Store in this issue,
We heartily wish that the evi
dence which we copy below, from
the testimony of Dr. McCrindell,
our late Coroner, as given before
the New Sub-Committee at its
session in December last, could fall
under the observation of every
man, woman and child, white and
black, throughout the broad boun
daries of our country. Particular
ly do we wish it perused by those
who, unacquainted with the mal
administration ofju tice from which
our Parish had so long suffered at
the hands of the Weber party,
have not hesitated to attempt to
fix upon us the stigma of lawless
ness and violence, or to character
ize us as barbarians. This testi
mony discloses facts that were un
known, no doubt, even to
many people in our own Parish.
It removes the veil, and exhibits
Weberism in all the hideousness of
its deformity. It shows how offi
cers of the law interested them
selves in frustrating the execution
of the law, and illustrates the deep
solicitude evinced by a St.NATOR,
towards assisting in carrying out
the ends of justice, by spiriting
away the witnesses and defeating
the investigations of a Coroner's
inquest. Such is WEBERISM. We
would that that festering pustule of
partisan hate, the Chicago Inter
Ocean;, would read this sworn evi
dence of. the corruption of its polit
ical associates in this locality. Dr.
McCrindell's evidence is a plain,
unvarnished statement of facts as
they occurred ; facts that have
never been explained away, and
that will remain, as facts, a foul
blot upon the history of our Par
ish, but at the same time, a fair
sample of WEBERISIH. Speaking
of Ephram Armstrong, killed Aug.
20th, 1876, the Doctor proceeds:
The testimony didn't point to any
one; party unknown. I held the
inquest open several days to try
to find out who the persons were.
E saw in the Ledger. the republican
organ of the parish, an editorial
that they were aware of who killed
Armstrong, and I summoned Mr.
Weber, the editor, and left the in
quest open several days; I summon
ed every one. He said in the arti
cle that the man who killed Arm
strong rode a dun horse and the
horse was seen at Mr Leonard's.
I summoned Mr. Weber, and he
wouldn't make his appearance. I
went to his house, and he said he
received the information from J.
W. Armstead. I summoned ./Arm
stead, and he said Weber received
no information from him, and he
expressed himself that Weber lied;
so I couldn't find out. From the
circumstantial evidence, my impres
sion was this, that this man Arm
strong was drinking; he bore a
very good character-very good
negro-but when lie was drinuing
lihe was rather uneasy. On the ev.
ening he was killed he was seen
going out the Baton Rouge rcad,
which was not his way home, two
miles to the left of his house; he
was seen there before sundown ;
he was killed between eight and
nine o'clock that night. It is sup
posed that he turned back to come
to town, and, being under the in
fluence of liquor, got off his horse
and probably slopped some person,
who, fearing that he was about be
ing waylaid, shot him. TIhe wit
ness who testified here a little
while ago said that when Arm
strong was drunk that he wasn't
very select in his languge.
Q. Have you known of the kill
ing of any 'othcr person by the
name of Armstrong since you have
been coroner ?
A. No, sir. The next case is
Isaac Mitchell: the inquest was
kept open from September 26 to
October 6. I went out there on
the 27th-that was Friday, 1 think
-and on my way out I met Mr. E.
L. Weber's carriage coming out,
and in his carriage there was two
colored women. I went on to the
place which was owned by Mrs.
Weber, and took measures to obtain
witnesses. There were two persons
I found there who didn't seem to
know anything obout it, and I was
informed that the witnesses who
had seen it had gone to town ; that
was Amy Mitchell and Lea Green,
they had gone to town. I asked
when they would be back, and
they said they didn't know,
and I was unable to take testimo
ny that day. I adjourned the in
quest to the following day, which
was Saturday, and left word for
them to come and give their testi
mony. I never was under the ne
cossity of subpienaing witnesses. 1
left word for Lthem to come to Bay'
on Sara. In the evening, when I
came 'back home, I went to Mr.
Weber\and I asked him what right
he had to take witnesses away; he
said he didn't take them away. I
said, 'They were in your carriage,
for I saw them.' He said' 'I loan
ed my carriage, it is true. but I
don't know to whom.' I asked if
he was in the hahbit of lending his
carriage to people he didn't know,
and he said some one asked him for
the carriage, and he told him to
take it. He added, 'I don't charge
my memory with nch things.' I
then said to Mr. Weber that it was
a very unnatural thing for a wife
to leave her husband after being
killed, and I would like him to ex
plain why she went off in his car
Ernge. Ioe said, 'I don't know
maybe they wanted to go to town
to do some shoping, buy some
trimmings.' He supposed they
went to town for that purpose. ./t
Frst he pretended that he didn't
know that they had gone to town.
I then asked him if they had come
back, and he said he didn't know.
I aferward learned they did come
back to attend the funeral.
The following day they didn't
make their appearance. and on
Saturday evening the same day, I
was informed that they wouldn't
attend because they hadn't been
subpoenaed. I immediately issued
subpoenas and put them in the hands
of 1 of the jurymen to serve on these
parties. The subpoenas were serv
ed, and Lea Green made her ap
pearance, but ./1my Mitchell and
Julius Green didn't make their ap
pearance at all ; so I took the tes
timony of Lea Grean and adjourn
ed the inquest over to Monday.
Then I put the subpoenas in the
hands of the sheriff himself, and
he made return ti at he could not
find Amy Mitchell or Julius Green.
and consequently 1 was unable to
take their testimony that day, I
did not hear anything more of
them, I think, until the 17th of
October, whtn I heard that Julius
Green was over the river and Amy
Mitchell was in New Orleans at a
hotel called the Conti Veranda, on
Conti street. I went to Dr. Kaut
mann, the sheriff, and told him I
had been unable to get the witnes.
ea, that he had my subpoenas and
couldn't serve them; but if he would
give me a daputy she iff thought
I could have them served. He ap
peared to be willing, and he gave
me an order on the clerk of the
court to swear in Mr. Spencer as
deputy ,heriff to serve my paper.
I sent Mr. spencer to New Orleans,
and he went.to this house and saw
the parties, Amy Mitchell, Lea
Green, and another party, which I
afterward learned was Thomas
Stewart. -IHe served the subpoenas
on Amy .Mitche;l and Mtewart-
Amy Mitchel said she would not
come unless the person who brought
her there told her to go; when
this man Stewart spoke up and re
marked,'Weber is not coming here
any more.' S~e then said, 'He
will be down l'hursday.' Thnomas
Stewart said he would come to
Bayou Sara, btt he did not. Mr
Spet.cer got back to Bayou Sara,
without the witnesses on the 20th
of October, I think it was. I then
issued writs of arrest and attach
ment, and sent Mr. Spencer right
back to New Orleans. When he
arrived there-in the mean time
Dr. Kaufman met me on the street,
and says he, 'Doctor, you have gone
back on me.' Says I, 'blow is that?'
'Well,' says he, you have sent writs
of arrest for those parties in New
Orleans, and I have telegraphed to
the chief of police to arrest Spencer.
because he is not a deputy sheriff.'
Says I,'flow is that?' and without
any explanation hie said hIe had gone
and canceled his oath, because he
found out that Mr. Spencer had
ieally no authority. When Spen
cer arrived in New Orleans with
the writs he put them in thie handc
of the criminal sh.riff,and thesheriff
arrested these parties and brought
them to the steamboat; and just
before the boat started the chiel
of police arrested Spencer and
brought him to to the central station
and there he was shown a letter
fi'om Dr. Kaufmann. Spencer
was turned loose, and the prisoners
also. He came back to Bayou
Sara. Being satisfied that the wit
nesses were intimidated and every
effort of mine was impeded, and
piobably that the witnesses didn't
want to give their testimony, I
closed the inquest; and from such
testimony as was elicited the jury
rendered a verdict that Mitchell
came to his death by the hands of
somne party unknown, and owing to
the interference of tie sheriff was
unable to get the testimooy which
would have enabled tme jury in
di-covering who had committed the
-The feast of St. Pa:trick, our the 17th
inst., was approlpriately observcd, at the
Catholic Church, by the celebration of
High Mass "1and a sermon culogistic of the
great Apostle of Ireland,
Mr J. G. Stuttz' Dramatic
Company will appear at Fire
men's Hall, Bayou Sara, on
SATURDAY NIGHT Mlar. 31,
One night only. Remem
ber the time.
OFFICE STATE TAX COlLECTOR,
Parish of Vest Feliciana,
Bayou Sara, "March 17th, la77.
Tax payers owing Licenses and Taxes
are hereby notified that the office for the
collection of said tax is now open at my
drug store in this town.
F. M. MUMFORD,
Mar.17-3t. Tax Collector.
Taken up by Morgan Stewart, near Lau
rel lill, in this Parish, on the 1st day of
ONE BLACK HORSE MULE,
about 8 years old, and appraised by T.
Shanerville and Abe Stewart to be worth
in cash, Eighty Dollars. This 12th day of
March A. D. 1877.
W. S. D. HAMILTON,
J. P. 4th Ward, Parish of West Felici
ana. Mar. 17--4t.
N O. & BAYOU SARA U. S. MAIL
The superb passenger
J. J. Bnow-.....................Master.
S. S. STRECK --.....................Clerk.
Leaves Bayou Sara for New Orleans
every Wednesday after the arrival of the
cars from \Voodville, and every saturday,
at 7, pI. i. Returning, leaves New Or
leans every Mondayand Friday, at 5, p.m.
JOHN F. IRVINE, Agent.
N EW OIlLEAN.- AND BAYOU SARA
'r G Ouachita Belle,
(TIn place of Southern Belle.)
JAMEI.S P. 1McEli.m:ov. ..........Master.
CAI'. J. LIIAS.... ... Clerks.
W. R. (;m:ATIor'sl, Jr...."..
WVill leave Bayou Sara every Thursday
evelilng at 5 o'cloc,k, and every MondLay
morning after arrival of the cars from
WVoodville. Returning, leaves New Or
leans every VWednles~day and Saturday at
5, P. M. E. W. WHITEMAN,
sept. 27, '76.-ly. Agent.
UNITED STATES MAIL & PASSEN
The superb passenger
Robert E. Lee.
Iitr. CAMPBIELL ..............Master
Will leave Bayou Sara, on her upward
trip, Wevery ednesday. Returning, will
leave Bayou Sara every Sunday at 7, ita.
im., reaching New Orleausbefore dark the
E. IF. WHITEMdAN, Agent.
June 28, '76-1y.
UJNITED STATES MAIL STEAMER.
The magnificent passenger
T. P. LEATHERS............Captain.
J. ". MUSE..............---......Clerk.
Will pass liayou Sara, on her upward
trip, every Snlday morning. at 8 o'clock.
ltltuning, will leave Bayom Sara every
''Thir aly,. at 7. a. Ill., reacthilg New Or
leans bie'ore dark the same day.
E. 1I. IWHlTE3MAN, Agent.
.Jine 2r. 1576.-1y.
I will attend all calls on
the Coast, front Natchez to
fI Neow Orleans; also theback
country, CenerC accessible with a buglgy.
Persons wishing my services, can pro
cure the samle by addressing me, at my
D. STOCKING, D. D. S.,
jun 28, '76.-ly. St. Francisville, La
RAIL ROAD NOTICE I
Fromul and after this dlate, until further
inotice, the train of carson thile \est Feli
ci-an Rail Rroad will run regularlyen
IMondaIys, Wednesdatys, and
leaving Woodville andBllayou Sara at the
usual hours. Thanking the people of
Louisi:lana for their iormer kindness we
take plea-ure in ilobrnlinlg them that we
shall carlry freighit and passengers, espe
ciallythe form~er, at prices to suit the
J. BURRUSS MCGOEHEE,
Prei. W. F. R. R. C.
PB OCLAM ATION.
By the power vested in me as Mayor of
the Town of Bayou Sara, and in accord
ancc with the Charter of said Town, I
lherby orlder an election to be Leld at
Fireomen's Hall, onil
MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1877,
letweenll the houlrs of 8, a. m11., 1nl(d 4, p. nm.
For the followinlg inamed oflicers, to-wit:
ONE CONSTABLE & COLLECTOR
This election to be held according to
thle Elcotion Laws of Louisiana; and( no
onle Ilpermlitteud to vote, except qualilied
voters, residinig withllin thie Corporate
iimits. The Iollowing amiied Colnilis
5ioncrs o'f El'ctioll alre herly llappointed
to carry oll, the provisions of the La:w:
J. S. WVOOSTER, JNO. TADLOCK,
C. J. WVOLFLIN.
Mayor of liayou Sara.
BAYOU SA.lA, LA, F'eb, 2thb, 1k77.
"Simpson's Prolific," cotton Seed, Price,
OneD6llar per bushel at ty Gin ouse.
W. C. PE1RCY.
U. 8. Mail!
All Peraouss at Ia distance
treated by Mail witlh Perfect
Suaccess by describing tIheir
(Sund for our largo andl beautifully
Illustraited paper. sent to any address.
Why I because In
CATARRH! halatiion is the only
way that the Air
Pas I'ssn:ges c an b e
reached, and Cat
W E M A K E A arrh is a disease of
SPECIALTY oftuya- 'the Air Passages of
iingpatilentsb2nlliii, the Iead. Use this
}Please wriit u a n d Tl'reatlmut as we di
describe your synip- rect, which is easy
itome aund pleasant, and
we guarantee a Iper
fi-ct Cl'RlE of Cat
W'hyf tfr the sinlll
BRONCHITIS reason as given :
Lave. The Bronchi
al ''lTubes are simply
colnductors to ca:rry
ALL PERS O N S air to the Lilungs,
that readthis:lre in- h e it c e Inhalation
vited to send for our mIlult go dir'ect to the
large andblcutifully seat of the disease,
illustrated P a p e r, and if you will fol
sent free to any ad- low our directions,
dress. we guaran t e e to
Why? lecause Asth I
.4~~ ~IIi ~ ~ of f ie LBronichial
Tulbes, enusetd by in
flithnation anllld irri
WE GUARANTEE tation of the taucus
to cure coughs, Colds lielutbrnlie liningtho
Diptheria, Pneuntuo- Blronchial Tubes.
tia, Neuralgia, an:d Use Oxygenated air
nearly all other se- as we will direct:und
vere attacks h we will warrant :t
all other remedies Cure. We have -cur
fail. ed cases of o2 years
C(auh Icurted. Vlhy.
bhetanlse nw'e Lhave
ciredl hIiu lriieds of
CONSUMPTION . cases, some of them
heing givenl over to
.ie by all iiphysicia:ns
of ofllier sclools,, of
DYSPEPSIA WE I practice. ('unsnilp
curo. Liver and Kid- tion is a lisease of
ney eoitllilints are th le Airpassagesandi
itlect:,llll reaclihl o\over two-tiiilrds of
liy Oxygenatted A ir. tile cases :lrii cslltld
biv Catarih. Wtie
guaianltie a tcure if
you will collie in
DIr. T'tiolnsentid's ()
ygliienated Air will
ipurity the blod in
onei-third the tlime
B L O O D that:' a i'rk" " i..
reuilled3" el. \1Vh}-"'
Ie'llhsel to inhale
DISEASES! oxygenated Air it
goes direct to the
Lungs i:id ]asses
thr'Oiilgh the tissues
anld llotllls in direct
CANCERS contact withl th e
blood as it. is forced
-ANDs- into the Liillgs lby
the Iactioln (of tlhe
T1 heart. All t e blood.
Sill our vtcius retr iiis
to tli hearitl t·v'try
----uuoid is g niiI, A1itl
CURED WITIOUT finret i flont thili
cutting or tt 'wing I;ealt to the li(.-s,
t rllo p :tin Ar-l, tlte iillu s Ithe i li i-e
1]ir'5Oi trillllh]t wit b
blood to hlie t()xv
will 1ule':use write· for geii i.iuiius iii uon
trni i hi iiiuiias ,~ *-luirll ill ll,l ltlii
\VIe \syarritllt it ',:llulolliuz i-s illll
ljitius tia it', I ii:lh'the
so Ithat it wartuls
W. M. PARK, 31. D., every lart of the
bodly, as it. goes on
its r'v it( I ii ti ilis
Late of the itl the svosti
McCLELLAND U. S I yor blood i
A. oslpital, 'hila- lre yull cannot be
th rgouighito Na j n uplritites olt oft lie
Eufglanld in the culre tee to ilpurilfy tlih
ios, takers carge oblood~ iii oiie-t.hirtl
delorsi, t ea. the tiniik e riof ai th
this drcl artmnt r klown remedy..
Address all letters as heretofore,
E. F. TOWNSEND, M. D.,
122 Hiigh Street, Providence, 1. I.
Physicians wishing to locate in some
town or city ill this I)llsiiness, euiin ie fuir
nished with tlerritolry and oilr illuslratcdl
papers for adv-rtising the salie, by ald
dressing its abovo.
C A U T I O N.
Thero are unpriucipiledl persons in Bos
ton andl elsewhere that are putting up a~
BOGUS LIQUID and trying to pahnl it
off as MY TRE'ATMENT, or Oxygenatedtl
Air, anti clailuilng it to be likle lille.
None geluilOI iuniiless the wordi "D)R.
TOWIN SENiD'S OXYGENATEI) Al it" ARE
tiLOWN IN BlOTTLE AND POItrlLAFr ON
everytown ill the
Southl forthe cel
Z- ' MACHINE.
The onsiest lerned, lighltcst running,
inost durabliti and hIoliullr miacalli lUellulhade.
Iteceived the highest awailrd at the Cell
Sieciall inducenlientls ofered. Adll iess
Wod Soillng lMacllhille Co.,
No. 12 C(anal Street,
New Orleansu, La.
Jan I, '77.--lycar.
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most conrvnicat cure oJ filt
No more greasy, filthy, "
comlounds-no more ponltc
or pldans-no more disappo
MORE PAIN !
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cures a Lamue Back, Neck or
(Grosvenor's Capsicin P
curets Rheumaltic pains in a
Grosvenor's Capsicin Por
banishes every form of pain
rapidity of lightning.
Grosvenor's Capsicin Pot
combines all the advantages
Porous Plaster ever made, vft
dierful qualities of Capsicin.
It is the great natural re
kinds of local and seated pai
The cheapest medicine in th
A single plaster does the work,
Grosvenor's Capsicin Porous
the only genuine. Take no
partly similar uame. This
others may not. Remember
(ltO.i V ENO R'S.
Sold by D)ruggi sts at 25 cen
by mail, postpaid, to any ad.
ceipt of price. l'repared only
J. M. GROMVENOR,
Marp 17-12t. 2' Park
B./IXTER, BELL (
PURE LIQUID P
We beg to invite the special
of I )t:hlers sid Colnsumers
PA.\INT''h. They are manlfact
the very BIEST AND CHOIW
.MI:l)'I'S. and imixsed orthinned
I'IT I'Y ' 'Ilr Linseed Oil
ipentil e, alid they cl:linot he
coveri ng capaci ty, durability,fi
Lio:ay of linisli. 'They will
chIalk, Ilake, or peel oil, and14
perli(et freedollllllder the b
weigh froim 15 to 1I, hs per gall.
o litself, o11 IotVl T iYidmenot
purity ::nd superiority.
Tle hVurations comIllpoIndls kIe
market Is Clhemical Paints, cl'
:dhmar 5N per cent. of Plaint; the
is water, introduced into the a
useof :tu alkali, to combine
last men1ioned Paints, so-lcl
weigh from ; to 10 tls per gall
we thinik certainly prove's their
capacity or body. WVilin wart
e4d withl Paint, it not only d.
lotly, but, to a very great exte
hesiv,'less. .l wlic ltl practical
is of* the highest importance to
iln ordler to makeiI a d urable Pi/
\'ec thinlk, frot tilt' statn-ll ent
.mathe, that Iuyer." cannot lail to
iperceive that their interest Zi
promoted by buying our Liq
(i.e. i'ure l aints), in pre -
so-callled Paints r'efhtrred( to.
iample card (and prices sent
1I Murray St., N
Manufiacturers and dealers' in
Colors, &c. Mar.
tSo he.lartless and unconcerlned
silently gnaziig upon a dying
daughter without an effort to
is guilty of the severest condel
It is a concedted fact that at
herhfIl (collbiiinnationll: a boontoe
ing fiimales; a niever-failing fe
lator: a ipowerftu uterine tonic'
itrtd, that will at once removes
tirl monthly obstructins and
illent, sulilc as painfu l, supp -
tructd, proflluse or irregular
Iion, it will slpeedily establish
yonag girls who are lfeeble, and
ilg slowly: aiul will cure at di
Vife aInd ughter. It inumndi
i ysterics, sick lieal:che, pailn
back and loins, hlotrosis or G
ness, :uinluriadcbiliCty, ncrVOS
tation swimmning anld giddin
Ihead, cold tlit,1 and hands, at.
bhirrenuess, loss oif 'lnellory,
n14s5, and as a genes
imlprovinig the appetite, aidi
ion and keeping the liver
in a propetr condition, it hasl
Husbands are infolrmed that
fHIS WIFE & DAUl
Can lie cu.red of anll chronic
such at Leucorieoa or White5,
of tile womb, falling of thev
llouthlly troublesllI, and it impa
tlie 1tle, 1adds lsti ngthll to the
f.ellh', and can be used at all
ulder all cirulilstanlices.
It is knowni 18 I)r. Dromgooli
Female Bitters, iand thousant
class encotmiunns, have bl
1upon its lcculiar efficacy, fro
tions. Put up in large bottl
hetln redni.cetd in price to $1.00
S5.00t. Sold by tlruggists a
overywhecr, on1 CxplrCc ed or
Di. J.P. DROMGOOLE.
Containiug the lemeuotsofi
easy alllli plrogiessive exerciises
the player in t h art of mal
lialno or Organ) to which is
sixty Waltzes. Polkas, Marohtb
Operatic mclodits, Dances, et
icl l". Beatty, Washington, N.
the best works of its kind ever
ed, should te in tile hands ofe
and Organ ilayer. It will be
paid to any lpart of the united
Cauada, for only seventy-fivool
DANIEL F. l1sA
ERRORS OF YO0
A gentleman who suffered for)
Nervous Debility, Prematurdl
all the elhects of youthful Iii
will, for the sake of suffering
send free, to all who need it,
and directions for making
remedy by which he was eu
ers wishing to profit by the 8
experience can do so by ad
perfect conlidence, ...N .