Newspaper Page Text
FFLI N TIWE
.AD CA PA
L KEY SATURDAY.
8. tit ?..tT ' .7Tho
-Nro. D. 4 ..1.a.... ...... .tkeer.
fs. '1,. bi . vm- - e, -Wem 2, 'fi.
Amwsarox Muawaers.-Blank eon.
trams, pliatel see tlhe met appss.e
Atm, may be w s qreatnee , t emit
eli a rt tenOO -hqep, ... awppi
estisea the b1rtlla.eos.
THE STATE 'APPORTIONMENT.
Booss Stas CrrTA, oUaNrrses,
New Orleaers, Mea 11th1 1878
At meetlng of tbstet Cntral gie
mitte of the for t. . s v...... u eo
pe__,tt, le in;ew OL eews s e. I i'
Zesbled, That the esudeeeion ift he
Deoao-Coaeer ate eat of silet
iamib rai oa the smet Mondy el A
-eesiud 1'oat a ebedreantin ofthe tem
oelatie-.onssrvative party be held at Ba
ton Rodge fr the parpose ot smeinrting
a eandidate for state treasurer and mem,
ban of cogreis for the various eougness
isnal distrlets of thi sltate.
BasLed, That the apportionment of
representation'In said .onve~ton shall
be one delegate fir each two hundred
votes eist for the Democratic.u nssrva
tive candidate for Governor in 1876, sad
each fraetlonal number lees than o00 and
*exeeding 100 shall be entitled to o-u
ireoled, That inasmuch as in certain
peribshes d onsien exited during the
last campign, whereby opposing. fao
til nosninated double sete of olcts
whicah resilted in the lass of rdvevral
members of the LeIaslnter;h and teas
much as theme diseensleos if oamtseas
..will suiosly jeopatd the Daiesratie
prospseets in certain locaties, that the
sideetw of the State Ventral Cenmiet
tee to e sad ohe is hereby t autoried to
call oseavention sand iests a sneesese
trartangements ts the holding at the
primaries in any pariLb, or *ad of The
city of New Orleans, in which the a.eg
onistio factions retes to apite la &. "a
ventieon, wibthin faorty days f tib hoMl
of the State Convention.
Baselved, That the State Central. Cor
mittee recoesicd the adoption of a rule
by, th. convention that the tamber of.
delegats on the foor, represening es.h.
perish, and ward of the city, shall not
exceed the number of votes to which.
seuebparlsbs oriards ars entitled.
In aooerdance with thi As. 'and s.c
oad resolutions, a State Coavetion '-of
the IDmocratic Coaerassive party is
herebylesfled, a peet . at . Batqn. lBouge
on the tt 3..ppda. (Aft) a) o August.
In aceior4sn;iit t. tle.thitd Resol.atii
the several parishes, and wards of the
eity of Now Orleans shall be entitled to
the following representation, to-wit :
Ascension.......... 6 Madison ....... 2
Assumption....... 8 Moreouse . .... 7
Avoyblles....... . 7 Natmgltehes... 9
aton E ge. East.11 Ouachita..,..... 9
3atofREouge, West. 2 Plaqueminaes ... 4
Kianville.......... 5 Pointe Coupee. 5
Bossier.. ........ 4 apido .. . 8
Caddo........... . 9 .Red River..... 2
ailcasieu..;......7. 7 Rchland....... 5
ClIdwel.............3 Sabine........... 5
Cameron.......... 1St. Bernard.... 2
Carroll, East St. Charles..... 1
Carroll, West .. 3 St. Helena..... 3
atahondla.......... 5 St. Jno. Bap't.. 4
Claiborned......... 8 St.James...... 5
Concordia...-. .....2 St. Landry.....19
De oto. ._... ...7 St. Martin..... 5
Felcian, East.... 9 St.. Mary...... 7
Felioiana,rWest.... 6 St. Taumany... 3
Erankli'......... 4 Tenses......... 2
rant............. 3 Tertebonne ... 7
Iberla........... 6 Tangipahoa.... 5
Iberville......... 5 nDion:......... 8
Jackson.......... 2 Vermillion.... 5
Joferson.........4 Vernon......... 3
Lafonrcbe...... .10' Wbehington.... 3
Lafayette........ Webster....... 4
Lintoln........... Winn......... 3
First Ward. 0 . Tenthenth Ward.. 12
Second Ward......12 Eleventh Ward 11
Third i Ward.....14 Twelfth Ward.. 5
Fourth " .....7 Thirteenth'. . 3
Eifth " ... IIO Fourteenth" .. 1
publisth .the above I. i PAO . 4
ehairman of. Jm.essmutic-Consetvative
Btate Central C~onmmittee.
g 'rnTH DEuaUCRAr who dedges is
• EgThe steory is that Sabuha, .when
called upon for hsaampaign aesessment
of 500, told bthe eomnmitee to, draw qn
him for two speslehes at.P50) a night.
He said that owiag.to the hiead times and
the need of betrenelament in all depart
ments, he would throw doff 60 from his
regular price, whichis *300.
g S A Radical organ, veheniintty do.
clues that 3M. Iayes- "'ae eS.rril oenut
the Cineinlnatil platform." H1e t4me the
tongs and arriesdrit out into the lack
Asor oo.v as.-tie ·q etoi
grntlemenm;. i't, ".our ,amease Ieforeitt
people. Let nau.uoxw whe are to be otat
A tal Iackagfof Dr. A. ' 8aesm.
Liverae~licie estsa you nothing, and
my save your life. Ask for oue at. Mum
ord's or Ilrockl" D, rlg Stolr.
of etate we can be in o
feel a little 'siammernwg l r.h
Ofco.urse, as in all cam
ooming is.meo., adn.'t this
early date it in atmost impo.
pible to feraxin i inibi to
the outcome ; bt if we can
read . publie dpiuion *ight,
preset a 'bold em semolid t t,
sauds severelty ed! +atytbi
like desenrtei fibaat he reaka,
-re a>p . &ould' Se oons
duated with the as it a +
!aw daterd Ied t 'it hiAck
cess in a876. It is true tat
thieving Radial Party,- with
its villainoe sara i. , ik" &4t,
but time may yet4.dvelop tbe
hidden enetii y'idji't shpe' of
R4JICALISM>, 'P o rIUWNB W1YT
CANDIDA3ss, an4 We, 00l be
fully prepared to most all
their iasaip.. ' e ;PU i Ooerra
mittee shoal. bte .eled to
gethet at an p.rl dat.e, sad
reorgaised. u abould be
Iformed in e9ery w a , nad
the time .appowated r ,the
convening of a pariwh *Mvven'
tion. Beide ..the n.omina
Stion of parish odteers, -we are
to select si,x~4ehge a tq the
Democ etie-Con)e~ative state
coouiti y.icq i ,.et. in
Baton .Iteage next August,
and the q e vu if1 rep
resaent ouers PS e 1 4*lhe
be breo ght before that bdy.
Let us sebT' .god ii d tirue
men.. AUl andidatesabefore
the Par'isb Conaiiio 'soldt
be pledged to abide by, tbe
nominatiefls, and.aytbing, in
the .eshape of Po~ipu.'sl T'aws",
IiDEP;WlENT :PbWU , et.,
should -be laked upon only
as an dtb e'id sIoft initai for
Radicalism,. an ashould be
condemned, and treated' ac
DEDICATION O-F LIVONIA' LODGE
Wheih a, Masonic Hall has been erect
ed, it 1k 'dedicated' with certain well
known and impressive ceremonies, to
Masonry, Virtue and Uherm'rs emeo.
I eee. Anciently they were' dedicated
to King 8olodoon as the founder of an.
oient craft i asnery and the first Most
Excellent Graiid Master ; but modern
lodges are erected to God, and dedi
cated to St., John the Ikpt(st and St.
John the Evangelst ; not As saint, (as
seetarians have charged modern masonry
with) but is pidus, good men and' emt.
nent lmasons; not as teaehers of a reli
gious sedt, but as bright exemplars of
all those virtues whieh masons are
taught to reverebee and praetice.
Felleiana Lodge No. 31 having been
invited to paricipate in the ceremonies
of dediceatiton and attend a grand pie-nia
given biy tse brethrea of Livonla No. 290.
Tho Master of tisLan ge. George Platten
ger, in company with many of the meam
bers, left last Wedneeiay, I9*h aint., on
the steam tug Moulton at 7 o'eloek A. M.,
arriving at Hermitage at 8 o'clook, ~ here
they were rseeived with a salute from
the' Hernitate artillely, and after 'the
arrival of the Robt. . ;Lee, . In oompany
rith the Baton Rouge Band and other
guestst, enmbarked on the little steamer,
Belle of Hermitage, for a trip down the
Chenal; and this little steamer after
making the remarkable run of seven miles
in four hourv, landed in froat of the
lodge at 9 oblolok P. x.
This loge. was formerly hcated at
Ltqonia.4no whieh it takes its name,
but now occupies the ·eoond .story of the
new store lataly ertetd by Mr. C`. Wolf
about one mile -fom Lakeland Post
Office, and near the junction of the Che
ltis a la'4r famse bailding, an d is
beautifhily situated with the broad pia
ci ri~ver or lake in front, and sl apajestio
groe of live oa to the fher,. brdered
'with a eml bajon. These noble trees
with tbheitr green . bliage amd messy
iearu, ae ·bdoubt as old i masonry,
with tie long piaiso table, and
, .J of 144pm and gentlemen moving
to and 1: acnder tho wide. spureading
branobes, for'wed :a beatit"l picture
worthy to b trUansferred to canvass.
Aflev the formal openilg of Livonia
Lo bmost Worshipfn
• f ta Samuel J.
the honoe -
tai . The.
Ledsg who were present. 'R ap
ui efot. oS?ýa b t.rith tol
. , IMuhetmn.l . W.~ tv "aa
W. Leaf, R. W. Senior Dassn
J:.: sdy, l. . junior Grand War
iredb.,r iasee. W.. GreEd Tsa.sm
. LW. Baer, i. r. W rae&i uesp
- raown, tr. ora chapdem
* ewL Cartir'W. UsO dn Sir s a
Sa. re: J i . -ir w se amesn
After nall s ryabe an d mmit
IlS muSa . appit"h.. hdoie a i
Sie wee mthow mi s an dall e gaisli
tomits utsdts esapslty ,athsay IadssfbSa
alartse and md i ce- k i ,es- a
atmel. Therm tes midsmes was est ep
cpteitiWde, and amidst the SASsr fst
listened attentively to the slsean sevies:
After thsded eaaos. the Wes Worsmip
bi Ouand hasler etons aIm 'a fnem
making the rmatne whieh is always es
tsenday d these eladsem a: :(the sie-u
of the Belle eof tsd so hsr e delayed
Mas eies in g -y bl er' ket ) hdb
mreds a seina, snpirtl e4 andy aaessm
nmdeint dIpellng lWa the mas4EstMaay
ofth Ie eas dlad devaery k Me eid*~
and plesie the ladies- with tejuih etis
Mserbcates, and not siaryg -make mta
bad. ,i w w tse' ivae mh lahe lse op.
al. , haw .ami me doebt domridoe
al mlae as lengthy idwuls sas "l.a
oest woeaipehl4Ie aar, is wat s
e f avt rsr Urra'n uwoe i· . esiy.
Ilnner betingneatsnisv Ia. diiot was
anted 'h someit at inkasgesnsm;
ientrs. CrbsrWa(, C. AdsdbwsndA, .
teaser, witah Ihe'asetae o the ladilfs
ie t ls 'N .attywsely dolserrpgass
reedit; as; W '4aeurenes SitraitS 'ooa
aMoes Arie mht dtd uste I am asame
nne a 'ad hwyar h p. - rsmseuse
h itreisl agpmassmstwesgifs pm , Was
pressed in a good fselAtti im iGs64 e:
-labronm finiua wthk tlhe M14 0 Wohip.
fal Ored Master sad ospe bhlgf 4w pi
taries, and is indebted to those genial la
dies, Mrs. Mathews,, e Randuolphi,, irs.
M.,i6 sseaadd, )is. Aiale.s ..d airs
C. Wolf for manyn kisd atenltias, and,
by the1 eqigoest fthb °y Nara delega
tionr we also thai.k Mr. . P. Phillips,
for his exertiouns is our behalf; we are asse
indebted to Mr. Pitehit itr a 'plairean
d dlancu tie pieo-ic gaesdisAtly t tier
We were plsw dto ease our old ewam
paiga. iends, the Baton Beyp b ead,
e sposed of twelve sp lendid prsoewars,
under the leadership of Prof. V. F. emig
field; they presented quite a flue appear
paucedin their neat andilashy unitorms, and
their spirited music was gaits a featuse
in the ceremonies and enjoyments of the
Aethees is a foale to all earthly joys, so
it was with this, oe d our delegation rea
turned to the city about 10:e p. wue rwel}
pleased with the erxcusdiou, oapeciall
1 "Saw," who said "he was so glad he
Swent, he had so much fun."
And in conclusion we return many
1 thanks to the Offioers and Brethren of
Livonia Lodge No. 220 and congartulato
thesa on their success, and would say to
them if they are ever disposed to change
their bass againlt will nadoubtedly take
ageod committee to Aind a people who
will better appreciate their good works
or a prettier spot in which to lay their
Everything has its own
center, round which it moves;
so that our true wisdom lies
in our keeping in our walk in
life; however humtle or ob
seoure, and being :satisfited if
we can succeed in it. The
best of us can do- no more,
and we shall only become rid
ieulous and unhappy by At
Stempting it. We are a-hamed
cause we are ak a loss in things
to which we have no- preten
sions, and try to remedy our
mistakes by committing' great
er. Overwhelming'vanity or
self opinion is, in truth, often
at the bottom of weakness,
and we shall be most likely
to concur the one by eradil
cating the other by restrict
ing it within due and mode
The Irish poialo "rop of. West
Baton Rouge piarish is this seasone
hardly worth digging.
Dr. Barter's Iron Fonic purifies, Innich.
es, gives color and tone to the blood, in
creases the quantity as well as the quali
ty, giving vigor, vitality, energy, power,
and lif itsel, For sale by all druggst..
Theodore sailed away from Elisabetb on
Saturday last. TIbe sad saon now rolls be
IAN 8PII_8 ENG}LVD.
[Washing tPost. I
is a growini lioion i
t Russian ~ are eyeryw at
re; mina reuma~tnces tend
Tbe eeder for the departure of the it
. -. e . 4.w w...a..A raba g f
the Cabinet. The order was kept so me
Pret "tie6 h hltgbher44dsi in this
Admiraity weee unaware of it. More
pver4Ptwape ait'ofia Viphcr:,; Ii would
fere appear that Conut Seihonvalof
meat hwavwnausd agent in Cbe Cbip,
or .we is the eipher. depoartmet of the
a Iem .. . ,Agat, thew mWsm11p o0 0
i~ De'rby-hema the C.hinete asknown
Ib r, nad that da stakatg evits weekl
een -take place. Bat it is only .at the
*alisrafty sieatreig& e*lcstenht thewe
lherae edile to eatpeot the ence of
3.uetas.eap* VhirWik/4 eItself is
abtakove e,pleon. Auegg th~b blise
agief the olvil serviee . 'tem in Eng
Aist l the perpianent retention in the
gev remeat ieres of "a el.i' Who mSy
b'peltleeily eppeped .te the party In
power, and would be.i glad to see. its
downfall; and it ie not unlikely that.
some disaeotehd Liberals in the depart
ment maylave allowed their antipathies
toe wesked rpob by Rassian agente,
wh we know, have a wonderful way.of
[ egaing themselves into the 'confidence
.t persons they with to betray. , The fact
that the ..Risios Ambassador to' the
eat of St. James i th~.head of. thbb e
Wlart police of his own oon;ttr'1, peo)
*;thout signifeance. For yehrs bebliba
pess was the employmuent! of: seret
agents toAfind oant what their' eighbrors
were about, and there is no reasop to bIe
lieve that Count Schouvaloff, iu his old
agel has abandoned the method ofa~b
taining information, th : omployment of
which has won him so much success in
1 'OOATTER Tl INYJVM6
,New Y.i,,,,Ma 24,- 1The Re
poblicane in..the ou-e of Repre
antativeO are" properig lis's of
witnesses to i eameo.ed ip.. vir.
t-e of the ressItion . matking the
Prtter Investigatiosn gdmetal
itAhih'+"a baed by the Houi. :on
Wedntoiday. The committee. will
be asked 1t M~utmoi scn"err" a,.d
re eitere ordispa'tehes relstiug to
frans .and s:tnmpted btiiiery in
Oregon and.. Plorida, and other
cares of rnllt d. lIrs .di ameniioned
in.she Hale iresolutioh,
Bonk cashier, and othet'i thror.gh
wh ºse hai:ds "ite.7o000@' wan , sent
from New York t:' Gen. Biinmae's
district iAn iu.cnonti, will ohlo be
seet for. lrequeSis for immediate
smmoning of all the witg-s
see. will also be present
ed ,o the committee. at its
first business • meeting, and
the only way this request can be
decided will be for the e.mmirtge
to declare thabt it is not satisfied
with the evidence which will be
ubrUitred to chow that fraud exiest
ed or was aitempted. The Repub
licans appear to 'be more anxion
to open this investigation than tihe
Democrats. [Rather slm.--Editor
-gr The Scotmmalh states tamt
Dr. Carruthers has just completed
the filtietht year of ;- his editorship
of the inverness Oourier, a ;esngh
of tenure of office probably. unpar
slleled in the history of the news-'
I HAVE OPENED .MY SHOP
oir the pitpode'' of repairhig gnus, pis
tole, looks; hkeysewing mnahimues, and
filing gin saws; brushes filled, "tiue. guns
stocked, broken stocks repaircd, at
prices to suit the times. All work done
at short notice. My shop is on the Lev
ee at John Roth's shoe shop. All work
guaranteed. M. I. BERGER,
S Gausnith and Machinist.
Now Open For the Reception
THE UNI)EItSIGNED TAKES PLEA S.
S re in aunouuiwng to his friends
and the traveling public generally tha.t
he is able this seHson to ofifr increased
comfort and additional nocorumodations
to his many patrons. Having leased the
SHADY GROVJ; HOTEL ftr a term of
years, will keep esame in .connection with
the MONTROSb TIOULSE. Both hotels
have been thotoughly renovated and re
Stted, situated directly on the beach, af
fording a fine view of the Gulf of Mexico,
and offeriug boating, bathing and fishing
"of the faest descripton. 1oo bxpense will
'be aiaN to make the lontros and Sha
dy G1e Hotels first-clase in eve ree
Terms reasonable. Special Rates
iliesl andPermauent uests. Meals
t icursionfists $1, with privilege of
-houses free of charge. Address
P. J. MONT'ROSS, l'roprictor.
J.S. 'WE TMA.? r
"--e0 IMe aM IdliI
RY Q STA 8r .t FASCY
BAYOU SARA, LA.
W4 1 Appointed
PfRE fMENT SALOON
A snpply of'-cold
+OpA . B TER,
BOUEB POUNTIESS !
'E VERY SOLDIER •isabledl. " i ".' TS
3i Military or Naval Servied is entitlhd
to a pension." Wdinfdi, diseneea, rup
tures and ifenrieaof' e*k .iml received
in the lice o duty . so~laMio le.
S URVIV"O" of i * +:f -1812
amre entitled'to. ".SJ1 f. .. of $8
per month. WN"-iet_ h " o tOenv-.
slous for themselves and minor children
under certain conditiens.,
Every Mrgltlczx'WAt survivor should
msenil ihiL' tist oends+aW a5 .mph uo
tant bill :ffectiig$bdhdif iatereets is. jW
pending before. oCon-el- -
BOUNTY ChLaIe will ree
ten tion..ºt 4110 .lor 'fc l b l'hl
A".A: " or.,pm. . 4 peo.
May 7& .
WOrDnIt*, Maiss ,
RES.E'CTFLt'zI.LY hlega to iluforp the citi
zeus of West Feliiana that he has con
y, ntl " o htiG esprtment
pl t t broeighi
an u mebm a i )e hn' teso a
witlylS Milnl C,., by which e tr
hanif-car -lll lld' be at hli, service,
he in i rtbled toU eied froumWess Fe
liciicuw paomptlyand at sahort -utile.
TELEORArImIC olers fkront nsyol 8arra
promptly responded to.
May 1, '78-ly ,
WM.. It. ISAII.F. X. VI. PHILLII'
L HAILE & PHILLIPS,
NEW TEXAS YADING, PO NTE
fiavipng ente~el jnto a Co-partnrrshiPi
f'r thelatirpue ocotiSuctiig the I):.U1I
ahl General Merclitndise ullst-e at
New Texas Landing, nrder-the above
Arm, nameand asylt, wp shall opt-u with
n a few days, deti notice tit which will
be given, Ith entirely PRESI1 stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINE8 and othler Mer
chaldise. Physicians' prescriptions will
be .areflilly and ncitrately fillted at all
louni by Mr. Pliil$e,' blate of Milulrd's
Drug Store, Bayou Sara.
I -N. B. We will give specin:l .ttn,,tion
to she storage, receiwviug nld torwardling
vtO I'rtwlctfi'ly solicit a share of the
public puatrhong,, and gnuarant.o strict
anllld untreitthig attention to the inlteresats
of our fijeulds, in the several lbranches
oft our businaes. ,
Adper' Cathario Psif,
,re the st
gatlve ever dis
are mildi but
tIe in their op
are still the most thorough and search-.
hag oathlrtic- medicine that mam be
employed: .cleansIng the stomach and
bowels, and even the blood. In small
doses of one pill' a dayj, they stimulite
the digestire organs and promote vig
orous health. 0
, ArlR's PILLs have been known for
more than a quarter of a century, and
have obtained a world-wide reputation
for their virtues. They correct dise
eased l4ion in the several assimila
tive or s of- the. body, and are so
composed that obstructions within
their range can rarely withstand or
evade:4hem..Not only do they cure
the every-day complaints of every
body, but also formldable and danger
ousdlseases that have baffled the best
of human skill. ..While they produce
'owr.jethe dest phnstc. fob
eblihtan. Dy tthir.mlpelieat action
they ipe much less than the common
purg t e, arid hever tlve pain when
the bowels are not nS·aned. The
reach the vital fountains of the bloo
and strengthen the system by freeing
it fro~m the elements of weakness. (
Adapted to all ages and conditions
in all climates, containing neither
calomel nor any deleterlous drug,
these Pills may be taken with safety
by anybody. Thelr sugar-coating pre
serves them ever fresh and makes
theJp plea8snt ,to ~ t~.4s whil9 being
purely vegetable, no harm can arise
foxom their use in any quantity.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Maiss,,
Nsaetesa and Amalvst1 0Ibemiess.
Ioe 3r ALDIr:DIa7OUos uRvarwnznr
. D. Birooks,
MAX FISCIIHER. AUO
W,. C - .oe
at prices eoufan jý
times, full and complete lne'
or's artic esan a genera ass
ianacy and staple dry goods;,,.
M lls, Pilloum BDih,
op Lawne, Linen Law.,
SDrest Linents Mv
4nes Orejla .,
dinea', Orgaha .
Muelim,, Freach "
Pe'role. 'lrish Li,.
a ..•,obbiaet., rs
:4Cee and AC tain
SParasols, larg ,
las, aslorted' itles
and am tlltelw.- Gi.i
.do sý" ched"Oeto,,,
S" " ibreiit; fig .,
Ch'Idreai' Olsi .
Jeans. '.Deuim, Tick.
----ing by the yard or plea:.
We invite an inspection q .qurT
amosrtment o" Ladies, Childrena,. M
ald Boys H1oiery, and Kid tlove,
Thread, Omaatlet, Ties, Ilibbas, .
broidaes Lees I Ruchings, Cosnet,
dies B~ady-mde Uelr Weua, st,
fumery, Toilet, Articles, and Iotioaat
if havrsti, kha also,' flh .aud
asleetid, stolk of Clothing, Boot,
Hats sad- Cape-sad a general
of gentlenens nuder-wear andfin
Deaersin Fancy and Staple
Provnason, western Produne sal
Plantation 8appliea. Agents in
the reuowned Singer Sewing-.
Macbine, and its various
SPECI.AL -OTICE.--Wc :ar the,ew
era of the ontatalding clailna and ilmiel
ednellesss due to the late firnt of
Fischer & Co.
The Citizens of East Feliriana, Pai
Co1pse., asd Wilknmson Catnty, M
will linat it to their interrest ant adc
ag.e to opeln tp a trade wiitlh i. All
,l.tr frou abroad preonsatly, ;tran caret
.P Highest market price Itdfor
ES l'A[li.lSl iEl) 1.8.69,
ATTORNEY- tiTLa W,
No. :129_feventh St., Vahbilgtun,'l.
'atentes and Inre,,tors.
We pnrwore Letterns laten:J
tions. Nio attorney fees in atit"ia i
plications tifr ptentts in the -hitt
itastues. No htuargesuanla tiea t
grantol. No feetox nalkiugpt
exaaltlilnatiolss. No additional fertse
Staining and eondueting a reheatlug.
Special attention given, to interfi
canes before tihe Patent Ollicc, Et
siins before Cotngrets, iefringema¢nta
in litffrent States, andtall litigatie
pertaisnng to inventors or patents.
also prttcure patentt in Canladatundalt
foreign connltricta, Sead stamp tr r.1p
phlet giving fill iitatrulctiolls aznd t
,United Slates Courts andl DApartmnata.
Claims iratiesmated in*be Supree C
of the alited Strates, Court of Cli
and nil t ltnset tt" "war claims tii er
Arrears of Pay ancd Bouity.
Offiers. soldiers andl sailors , thile
war, or their heirs, are in 'an..:iy eatC
titled to money fromt the Government,
wLich they have no knowledge. WIn
full history of service, mand stlte alto:
of pay and bounty received. Enci
staunlb and a ful I reply aftei examtuaato
will begiven you without charge.
All officrn, sotdiers ld statriil, A
pItstent disabled, thowevr slightly,(S.
wotlluts, raupture or aother ili.PSait
(iteasesa received or .or ltr 'llcttci i llJ
line of duty inl the late war. can abt-"
a lpension. Manly lnow drawinglaeainsib
iare entitled to increase.
fnitcd Stat (%eral Lmd ()~It.
Contested fanil ' casta, l rhate Ian
claims, Miiling preemtlptiota, arad thoe
stead. esaces preseented hefrle tbthe Geutl
Lanid Office aid Depasrtmectt of thel
We pay c'sh for hounltyl and w
ranllt , a n td :t atitio p l-h ollm este .ad a r .
We invite corresponlotlece witl all al
ties havinlg any foir sale, alltd give IullaU
explicit itstructione where as"ipmcna
We conduct our businiess i seplan
bureaus, having therein the assist-nat
able and expertenced lawyers tozd clerk
and give our cloeest personal stpeBris
to every important llvper pre.i t
each case. Protuutest atteutiOl
secured to all busVitess 'eiitrued to'
As we lcharge no fee uttless sucrce
stnampse for return postage shonuld1 e
Liberal nrrsangemetsa imelae with rtit
neys in all classes of busitese. AldJ
R. 8. & A. P.'Laeey. Attorneys
Washington, D. C.
WE RIEFER TO
Hon. M. G. Emory, President 2d N9
Bantk, Wasbitgrto, D. C.; C. E..pre t.
Eeq,, Cashier Germant Amnlercan Nat '
Bank, Washitgton, D. C. Hoe.
Dewey, Pres. Har. Nat. hBaintk ,
Ohio; Hen. H. Waldron Vice-le.
Natl. Bank, Hilledale, Aich.'., I
an, Esq.., Cashier City Natl. Buak,
ver, Col,; J. ). Knox, :Esqr., u a
Tolt.,kn *ne7 .