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tyilr. L. Grandeury, briqnetier
et constructeur, est lagent de la
Maison L'Ilote, pour la paroisse
St. Jacques. • ' >
Il prendra les commandes et les
mesures pour bâtisses et co'nstruc
tions.
On peut aussi s'adesser \ lui
pour ciment et chaux.
SHINGLES
TO SALE.
TO
PHILIPPE LEFEVRE.
Green Storo Landhig,-St. James,
4th. ward, or Courent ïY O.
St. Jatue».
AT X MAGASINS BLEUS
COIN BIENVILLE ET VIELLE LEVEE,
XU V J ELLE- OHLE AXS.
01 mam]
L. MEDAL, Agent.
M «M! es.
MME. ALFRED WOOLONGHAM,
Oc St. Jean liaptisto,
A l'honneur il'iufornicr le public qu'elle
vient d'ouvrir no nonvnmi
SALON IDE MODES
Spécialement Destine anx Daines
grand assortiment dk
Nouveautés de Paris.
CHAPEAUX,
RUllANS,
VELOURS,
CRAVATES
ET CHEVEUX
Confection do Robes, Patrons.
AUX PLUS BAS PRIX.
10 mal 76
— AVEC—
J. Va. 303INS0N
Facteur General
ATELIER DES
/' A U A T OIS NE R R E S
—dlî i..v—
NOUVELLE-ORLEANS,
Et Agence des Factoreries (.enemies
Fabricants, Inventeurs, Importateurs
Et Mai cliiimls.
SPECIALITE DES CABLES .D 'ARGENT
DU ROBINSON. '
La Compagnie la plus vieille,et la
seule maison du genre du tSud.
Bmcitu, Ko. 393 Hue St.Clinrle
Encoignure cfe Calliope,
j;va. '78. NOUVEL r iRLOLEA?"S
C. L. CHAPOTEL
FEIlBI.ANTIEß,
An^io des rues Bourbon et lileiiTille
XOUVELLE-OllLEAXS.
Ofl'ro il sanouibreuso |clienttle un» graninl
variété de
STOVES
des moillenres Marques, pour bois et'ebar
bon, ainsi (juo
GRATES
poe oluiiiiiées, tlo toutes (liiuciiHions, et
B A TL ERIES de C UISINE
de tontes qualités.
On trouva au magasin CHAPOTEL l'a»
Sortiment lo plus complot (lo
baignoires
en eiuc et en ferbiane,
Bains de Siege ,
Bains de Pieds ,
•* Bains de Douches ,
.• 4' 6 *i 4' 6- 7 Â' c
Ordres promptement exécutés et prix
modérés.
- n fi n
M. CHAPOTEL so rendra, au premiet
np'pel, sur les habitations où pourraient
être requis êes services, pour travaux de
plomberie, ferblanterie, en un mot pour
tout eo qui egarde sa profession.
. . 079.1'
AU PUBLIC.
I e soussigné informe ses amis et lé pu
blic eu général, qu'il va commencer son tra
vail comme a^o^t do Comp aguio d'As
surance, Lu Confiance.,
A. H. COMBE.
Couvonif. a St. Jacques, Lu«.
LACONF1ANCE
jDK l'A I:Is. FRANCE.
Compagnie d'Assurance contre
l'Incendie.
ORGANISEE EN 1844.
Bureau Brauche aitx Etats-Uni»,
rue Favart Département du Sud,
No y. ISO rub Com ' lui#,;
Nouvelle-Orléans.
Président du Conseil d'Administra
tion.
M. Dnelere, Sénateur, ancien Ministre des
Finances.
E. Burkhardt Président,
t'has. Maur y Vic e-I'résid er.t
Directeurs à New- York.
M. Geo. C. Mugouu , de la maison Header
Feabody A Co
..Riclul Butler, .. Howard, Sanger jfc'Co.
.. Eugèijo Kelly, .. EiigÈuo;Kelly A Co.
Louis do Bébiau, General Transatlantic
S S. Co.
Total de l'actif de la Compagnie au 31 dé
cembre 18/9.
Fcs. 39,^78,311 10 $7,895,GG2 22
— Branches aux Etats- Unis —
Situation au 31 décembre ld79.
— ACÏIF—
Déposé en bons (les Etats-Luis^
4 1>. 0[0 £530 5io 00
Déposé cngbauqno 30,567 *24
Primes en volu.de eollectioa 33,5ü6 8S
Total (ltl l'actif $580,034 12
—PASSIF—
Réserves pour risques en cours. .§111,58823
Pertes non payées ^21,270 22
Commission dfte aux agents 1,707 05
Total du passif 8134,006
Excédant 462,028j02
FEFEKENCES,
U. le Vicomte; P. d'Absac, Consul da
France.
MM.
A. Carrière & .S*ons,'Sniith
A. Uoclioroaii & Co. J. L. Plupps & Co.
F. Mardnezo A Co., P. Poursin
SchniiiH & Ziegler Dulvaille & Lapeyre.
S. H. K .'iinedy, Président do la banque de
l'Etat;
F- L imet. ]'.ilitcnr (le l' A beille.
DEPARTEMENT DU SUD.
COLOMB, RAIMONDY d CO.
Il C. C olomb, Loooi.piir K aimoxoy, E
GonDoii.
Agents Généraux.
Î20, rnè Conimuno
BAtisse do la Banijuo Xationle de la
Louisia
20 juin —SO.
H. B1E.
B lacksmith
AX1) C A li T WR IG H T.
On Ätnio Dtîlaneuville's property. Near
Jeft'ersmi College.
FEEDHOMAIN, ». J. OTIS
Itomaiu Se
UEXERAu COMMISSION M t lit' HANTS
►Spécial attention given to the
tilling of orJers.
103.. J . . ... -DECATUR ST..........103
formerly ou) levef.
LockOBox/2335 N^w-Orleani
e.brocakd,
pocteur Mcdecin,
De la faculté de Parin
BAûdaace: U. Ecckke. Imiu
MALIKOFP B1TTKBS.
LE PREMIER BÜ MONDE
ALPH. WALZ
OPIETAIRE ET FABRICANT
iîue conti ao
Nouvelle-Orléans.
Ce bitters a remporta le prix A lu
dernière Exposition do Paris. C'est
nu cordial agréable et savoureux
un stimulent sain r-ouiposé d'ingré
dients aromatiques et amers, nu
ortitiaut et un tonique d'une eflScn
ité reconnue par la Faculté Méd i
aie de la;Louisiane. Ce bitters e t
pC'ci alenient propre à lusago do
amlles.
J. B.
Nos. 27, S» et 31 RLE BINVILLS
. Nonvelle-Orleans.
MA B CIU K commis*
SIONIVAIRE.
importateur db
Cogna««, Vin», Liqueurs et
.,, Wlaiskics Fins.
fabricant de sirop diî
premier choix,j
ET—
D'eau de Seltz et d'eaux Mi*
itérâtes,
Avee le dernier appareil Hermann-Lacli
S-nr/i.r l lirls q " i . i î ! >btel1 " la Mé4ll >®
uOr à 1 Exposition Um .-ecsullo ® B78.
Mari
/. Ivis .
j'avortis 'fa clientèle de la rive
droite que j'ouvrirai le 1er. novem
bre uujoflice »«»• l'habitation Bush
et Levert , il l'ancienne résidence
de M. Septime Wèbre, et que je
me trouverai ii cet office tous les
lundis, de '.) heures 4 heures, afin
«lo prendre jour et rendez-vous
avec mes clients pour le reste <do
la semaine.
GEO. A. COLOMB.
D. D. S.
TU THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned informth is friends and
iili\'c ! v feudal t liât lie is prepared to
ei to m as agent for Ltt Confiance, Insurau
ceC u y.
A. H COMBE.
Cone nttP. O. 6t. James, La.
hj. n/ vjst,
SUCCESSEUR DE
E. MONTEUSE & CI&
k constamment en ungnBita jd *8
Sortiment complet de Drogues, ProdniU
Chimique», article de teinturerie, Parfu
merie, Uandngcs, Médicaments patentés,
français, anglais, américains.
Eaux minérales naturelles et factices.
Propriétaire des Célèbres Bilters de A>
A. Peycbtuul.
Coin Bienville et Chartres,
XOlTELLE-OIlrELXS.
AU BON MARCHE.
Dernière Mode. Elegenee et Dnreei
GRAND MAGASIN
DE CHAPEAUX ET DE MALLES
—DU—
f TONEWALL JACKSON.
El. coigitnre Royale et Si Ldni
NOUVELLE-ORLEANS, LA.|
A. A. BECHET,
O B.Pox , 2117. Propriétaire.
i. A. RICAUD.
UJNION STOR .
Marchandises Sèches.
Assortiment complet de merceries.
Boutons, Rubans,
Uorsetsr,
Dentelles, gi'nitures
ie. , &c., &o.
Chaussures,
Quincaillerie et
Vaisselle.
Epi<e
Vâbfts .livers.
An* prix les i .»lérés.
Pour (lu Comptant ou eu échange de pr»
du im du pays.
PENSION FRANÇAISE,
wr CUSTOMHOUSE STOEEt
et . lîoYAi, v ) 15 )ij !î!r>v. Ni:w Orleans
BOARD & LODGING.
PR1 FATE ROOMS,
For Agreement coiäa
And See.
M eals at all H ours.
P. FORGET.
' AlaCorbeillo de Fleurs! 1
103.... RUE CHARTRES. ...,10j"
N. BOU VIEH.
FABRIQUE DE
PARFÜMERIES EN TOUS GENRES.
UQtJIDE SUPERIEUR
Pour la teinture des cheveu*. — M#*
thode d'après laquelle on peut diminuer
à volonte la teinte noire, ainsi qu'il est
expliqué dans In prescription qni uccom-
pn^ne ub upie boite«
L. S. U.

Le Louisianais.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL
— oir wis—
Pariah of St. Jumps,
rnMhlwl Every Saturday, in Ihe
UMuirSa'A Juir SGS4a 47*rjaa«»SB 8
CONTENT P. 0., Louiiiunt
—by—
J. OGNTIL,
EDI Toil AND rilOVKlETOR.
Hates ot Subscription :
Our Year $5,00
Six mouths $2,60
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates:
we S"H.'AltP. OP TKN' I.1NFR,
First insertion... $1,00.
Rnltwi|ii«nl insortions 75.
M ATD RD AT, FEBRUARY, 12 iSSI.
Oflicial Pir ootory.
Fourth Judicial District.
■^Comprising the Parishes of Ascension,
Pi. J nines. St. Joliu tlio Uniitist and St.
Clinrles. I
District .Tmlj-o I. A. Cheevcrs.
District Attorney 1''. H. Earliart,
ScYcntli Senatorial District.
[Comprising tho Parishes of Ascension
«ml St. James.]
State Senator U. Simins.
Parish of St. J nines.
Representative V. Dickorson.
Clerk of Court Louis Dugns,
Treasurer A. Damaré,
Slie.riir A. Li vain Bourgeois,
Coroner Dr. B. Winchester,
Assessor I. B. Fercliaud,
Supervisor of Regis
tration
Oiflcial Journal En Louisianais.
POLICE JURY.
President, J. E. Gaudot.
Secretary Emile .1. Luic.li«;
M I'm hers, J A. Ilriiiiil 1 F. Falgonst, 1
Nicolle.P. Schopp, F. Wagncspack, A.
Wfcbro and P. Gnidry Jr.
SCHOOL 1J0ARD.
President, J. E. Poché.
täecrctarv, A.'-Plni.-anco.
Members :J. N. Qourdain, R. Bean vais
.1. II unier
Proceedings
—OF TIIB—
BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS.
Parish of St James, February
3ril 1881.
Tho School Directors of this Pa
rihlt met lliin tlay at the Court -
jioiisc, nnil upon the roll call the
following members answered to
their iiamen.
J. lî. Poche, President, Germain
Da mare, Aug. lSertaut, Alt. Plni
Absent : P. F. Simon, Jules Dor
nier, It. lieauv.tis.
The Superintendent presented
Iiis report which was read and adop
ted:
To t!i« Hon President and members of
the School Board of St James.
Oenlleineii, —I respectfully submit tins
luv report showing the condition ot the
Public Schools of this Parish :
1st ward, White School, Mr. 1!. P.
Bourgeois, teaclicr, a worthy and capable
manager, is ill a progressive, statu. The
average daily attendance is :t2.
1st ward, Colored School, Mr. Thos. It.
Holmes, teacher of experience, is a well
conducted school. Average attendance 20.
The grand Point School under the ram
of the vatcran Teacher, Alf. Hdugelot, has
a daily attendance of 11
This school gives general satisfaction to
tho good people of lliat » ttlemenf.
2nd ward, white school, under t-he tu
torship of Mis. S. M. Plaisance, is an ex
cellent school, with an attendance ot :tt.
2nd ward, (Jol'd School, (Jeo (i. llaydel.
teacher, is a well conducted school with a
daily attendance of 20.
:ird ward, White School, having Mr
Dnplautier for Teacher is advancing rap
idlv under the well administered care oi
ils «llicieut teacher, lu October there «as
hardly the legal number of 10 pupils when
iu December it reaches l'J.
;ird ward, Col'd School, Miss Stewart, is,
n good school with an average daily at
tendance of :U *
4th ward. White School, was at it* ope
ning under tho management ol the young
graduate Mr. J N. Oonrdaiu, who, it is re
gretted, resigned Iiis position ot teacher to
till a more remunerative one in the Parish
of Assumption. Said school passed inln
the bauds of Mi's Gaudin who managed
it successfully when lately, owning to ill
ness in her family, was compelled to re
sign. There is consequently a vaeançy in
that ward.
4th ward, Col'd School, under tho direc
tion of tho youug veteran in the art of
teaching .1. Uneas Wilson—is iu a splen
did condition . :(0 pupils were enrolled at
the beginning of tho session, attendance
2-i.
5th ward, White School, Mrs. Bertnnt,
teacher, an accomplished lady who takes
great <loal of |»aiu to impart knowledge
to her pnpilfi» iu line order A.verago at
tendance 14. . A
5tli ward, Col'd School. M. II Reid, tea
cher, is in good condition. Attendance
about 20. t , ,
tit Ii. \vArd t White School, D J. Richard,
teacher gives satisfaction by the .skilful
manner in which it in conducted. This
Mchoo) receives the attention of Mis.
Richard, a Ver$ r able lady teacher, aver
age d'tilv attendance 13.
6th ward, Col'd School, under tlie ma
nagement of A. L. Turcaud, an efficient
a ul conscientious taacher,is conducted in a
■ iperior manner, with an attendance ot Iii.
7th ward. White School, Miss M. K.
Christin, a lady teacher of talents, has an
at tendance of <£9 which bespeaks fa vora
bly of the school and its able teacher.
7th ward, Col'd School, Mrs. M. J.
Thompson, teacher of ability, lias a small
attendance owing to some opposition it
met with at the commencement The
change of location of said school became
necessary, and it was removed troni the
old Vacherie Road #o the Valcour Ai me
plantation, the number of pupils register
ed is oii!y!W. .
, The eight ward school— Vacherie— gives
entire satisfaction-to that sottleiiMJnt.
Mr. llriguac, a young geutlemau of ta
lents, is teacher He lias met with aucour
ageiueut aud 32 pupils are enrolled.
Your humble superintendent used great
deal of diligeucc iu his monthly tour of
inspection to ascertain tho true condition
of each school from a parents, stand point,
and excepting one or two, was pleased
with the allirmation received; which justi
fy him in stating to your Hon. Body that
we may be justly bo proud of our school
system. |
Respectfully,
ALF. PLAISANCE.
On motion, the Superintendent'«
in nuit tying teachers that vacati<
pupt.
action
allowed from Christmas till the end of
the year, provided that sai l vication
time be deducted from their December sal
ary, was ratified.
The followingrcsolutoiii was read":
Whereas, Mr. J. L (iaiub't, Secretary
of tlie late board, has failed to deliver to
the present board the proceedings of said
former board, aud
Whereas, the said minutes and jjroceed
ings are essentially necessary to this bo
dy, Belt therefore Resolved, that a com
mittee of two be appointed..to obtain said
minutes and procccdiugs from Mrl J. L.
Gaudet, whereupon ^lessrs Plaisance and
Darning were appointed cn said commit
tee.
On motion, duly secouded, Ifc was Re
solved that this secretary be anil he is
hereby authorized to advertise! dining
ten days tor proposals for the pul licatiou
of t lie proçccdings of this board for the
year löäl, which is required to ie done
under contract and adjudication to the
lowest bidder, said proposals to be opened,
and the Contract awarded, by this body
iu open session Tho right to reject any
and all bids is expressly reserved.
lie it further Resolved, that Mr Henry
Feitel, ex-oHicio ex-treasurer of the School
Hoard of this Parish, be and is hereby
granted a full release aud quietus! for ail
monies entrusted to liini during his term
otofllet.
The folic win g appropriation» were
made:
For the month of October 18S0—? C50 00
For the month ot November " -4-$700 00
For t he mentli of December •' — fô" 500.00
For the mouth of January 1881 " —§ 6f>0 0
There being no further business the
board adjourned to Thursday, tLe îM t li
lust.
J. E. POCHE.
A. PLAISANCE, President..
Secretary.
Notice.
SI. JntncH, February 12tli 1881.
Written proposals will lie recei
ved during ten days after this date
for tho publication of tho proceed
ings of the School Lourd of this
Parish for tlie year 1881, to lie done
under contract and adjudication to
the lowest bidder, said prop Lisais to
he opened, and the contract award
ed, by the Hoard of School direc
tors iu open session.
The right to reject any and all
bids is expressly reserved.
ALF. PLAISANCE,
S ipt.
fBOCE£DIKGS
—OK TUB—
POLICE JIIKIT
—ok tiii:—
Parish of S t- J a me. s
Tho Potico Jury met this 29th
day of January, A. iJ- 18S1 at the
Court House ot tho Parish of St.
Jaines.
The secretary called tho lioll,
and nil the members answered.
The committee appointe! at a
previous meeting, for the purpose
of examining the books of [Mr. li.
(!. Mire Ex Tax Collector, made the
following report which was read
and adopted ; vi/. :
St. James, January 29.11881.
To the Police Jury of St. James.
Your committee charged with
the investigation of the books of
13. C. Mire H'x-Tax Collector, beg
to submit the following report :
After a caret ul examination into
the books and papers belonging to
the ofUco ot the Tax Collector from
the year 187". when Mr. Mile took
possession of said olliee, jour com
mittee have found that liehjtd over
paid to the'.Pai ish Treasury,the sum
of Oi:e hundred and lifty lour 40100
Dollars, that he is entitled to * foil
release and quietus from the Parish;
and we recommend the adoption of
the following resolutions :
Unsolved, that E. C. Jliro ex
tax Collector be and lie is hereby
granted a full release and quietus
from the Parish ol St. Jaines, for
all monies entrusted to htm , during
his term of Olliee as tax Collector.
Resolved, that the amount due
him by tho Parish be and the same
is hereby required to be paid as
soon as the delinquent rolls shall
have been advertized as the law di
rects.
Respectfully submitted.
(Signed) J
A. W. WHBRE,
P. SCHlîPP,
J. L. GAUDET.
On motion duly seconded, it was
resolved that til« nomination of se
cretary of the Police Jury he post
poned till next meeting.
Mr. J. A. Brand in the Chair.
On motion of J. L. Gaudet duly
seconded, it was resolved tln\t
the President bo and he is
hereby authorized to advertize du
ring ten days in tho St. James
Louisianais for proposals lor the
public printing of this Parish;
which is hereby required to be done
under contract and adjudication
to the lowest and best bidder, said
proposals to be opened, and tho
contract awarded by the Police Ju
ry iu open session ; and
Resolved, that the Police Jury
shall reserve to them the right of
rejecting any and all bids.
Oit motion J. L. Gaudet, duly se
conded, it was Resolved that the
fees aud compensatio!! of the She
riff relative to the keeping and
inaintainanco of the prisoners in
jail bo and tire samo is hereby fixed
at the sum ot 35 cents per diem for
each prisoner, aiul
That any and all resolutions in
conflict herewith be aud tbe same
is hereby repealed.
On motion of J. L. Gaudet, duly
seconded, it was Resolved, that the
lessee of the Colotirb Ferry iu the
3d ward of this Parish, be and the
same is hereby required to remove
said Ferry to it» former location
within ten days from the notifica
tion of the present resolution, and
that iu default thereof iris lease with
(ho Parish bo cancelled aud annul
led, and the president be authorized
to sell the privilege of keeping said
Ferry for tho remainder of the
term.
Mr. J. L. Gaudet moved to re
duco the fees of the Sheriff ill cri
minal matters to $500, a year.
Mr. P. Schepp moved to lay said
resolutiou on the table till next ses
sion.
The yeas and nays were called,
ou motion to lay ou the tabic with
tho following result :—yeas P.,
Schopp, J. A. Brand, T. Nicolle, F.
Waguespack, F. Falgoust aud P.
Guidry Jr 6 yeas.
Nays : Messrs J. L. Gaudet,. and
A. \V. Webre, 2 nays.
And tho motion to lay the Reso
lutiou of Mr. Gaudet on the table
was carried.
. The report of Mr. D. Webre, Le
vee inspector of this Parish, show
ing the condition of tho levees of
this Parish as well as all cuts, was
read and adopted.
On motion of P. Schopp, lho Po
lice Jury adjorlrued till next regu
lar meeting.
J. L. GAUDET
President.
CHARLES LACnAPKLLE,
Secretary Pro Temp.
A true Copy.
2-2ud. JUDICIAL DIST. COURT
STATE Ol" LOUISIANA,
PARISH OK ST. JAMES.
THOMAS REED.
VS.
FRANCIS D1VINNEY.
By virtue of and in obedience tea
writ of Fi. Fa. issued by the above
Hon. Court in tiio above entitled
and numbered suit and to mo direc
ted 1 have seized aud taken into
my possession and will offer lot
sale at tho Court House door iu
this Parish on
ON SATURDAY the 2Gtli. DAY
OF FEBRUARY A. D. 1881,
At 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
the following described property, to
wit :
ONE BAY PONY.
Terms and Conditions : Cash iu
U. S. Legal Currency.
A. LIVAIN BOURGEOIS
Sheriff
Sheriff Office, February lltlr. 1S81
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
TWENTY SECOND JUDL. DIST. COURT.
PARISH OF ST. JAMES.
JOSEPH OANIER,
YS NO 787
LUCIEN COMO.
By virtue of and in obedience to
a writ of seizure and sale, issued by
tho above lion. Court in tho above
entitled and numbered cause and to
mo directed, I have seized and tak
en into my possession aud will oiler
for sale, at. public auction, at the
door of tho Court house iu this t'a
rish,
ON SATURDAY, THE 19 th. DA Y
OF FEBRUARY A. 1). 1SSI,
AT II O'CLOCK A.M.
the following described property to
wit :
"ONE TWENTY HORSE
POWER STEAM ENGINE,
together with dying wheels
and pipes exclusively attached
to tho same, also ono fluo boil
er, all oji tho projterty of Hen
ry Riley in this Parish."
Terms and Conditions : Cash in
U. S. legal Currency.
A. LIVAIN BOURGEOIS,
Sheriff
Sheriffs Office, January 19th
1881.
Slirts & €?>.,
CHANTIER DE BOIS
du Vieux Bassin
BOIS DEMONSTRATION
FABRICANTS DE
Chassis, tin Jalousies et de
. FOBTES. ,
BUREAUX':.
C0ÏN TOULOUSE ET FRANKLIN ET AU
N0. 3» llUE ÇAROSttÇLET. *
To Reiit. —A plantation of about
two hundred arpents of arable
land, perfectly adapted to the cul
tivation of rice—With a residence
corn house,a stable and a pasture.
Very liberal conditions.
Apply to
M. M. TIRCUIT,
Welcome P. O.
St. James.
Establjuücd n 18(i0.
JAMES 1
Stressor lo REISS and REISSH.
Wholesale Confectioners
Proprietor! and Manufacturera Of
Norman 4» Reiss ' Celebrated
Extract• of Coffee.
VERMICELLI,
MACARONI and
GR OUND SPICES
Best Reliable Prise Candy.
Boxe» ,
: ALL KINDS or
PLAiNNA DFANCY CAKE
FIRE WORKS and
FIRE CRACKERS
Ai EÈ3up®ai£l3aa0ya
131 <Ss lea OLD LEVEE
(Now Dociitur Street,)
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Terms Cash, or satisfactory New
Orleans Acceptance.
.HHD.1L, Agent.
Fos QUEIItorZB, OSCAR EOIS,
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NEGOCIANTS.
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PKOririT» DE I/O VEST
de toutes sortes.
FITS EPILEPSY,
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Permanently Cured—no humbug—
by one month's usage of Dr. Gou
lard"s Celebrated Infaillible Fit Pow
ders. To convince sufterers that
these powders will do all we claim
for them we will send them by
mail, postpaid, a free Trial box. As
Dr. Goulard is the only pliyHCiiii
that has lever made this disease a
special study, and as to our know
legge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these
l'oteders, tee will guarantee <Xperma
nent cine in every case, or refund
you all money expended All sufferers
sholud give these Powders an ear
ly trial, and be convinced of^their
curative powers.
Price, for large box, $3.00, or 4
boxes for $10.00, Rent by mail to
any part of the United States or
Canada On receipt of price, or by
xpress, C3. O. D.
Address,
^ ASH & ROBBINS»
300 F ulton S treet , -B rooklyn , N. V.
CONSUMPTION
POSljTlVEEY C VIC ED.
All sufferers from this disease
that are
try Dr,
anxious to be cured should
Kissner's Celebrated Con
snmptive Powders. These Powders
are the only preparation known
that will cure Consumption and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs—
indeed, so strong «is our taitli iu
them, and also'to convince yon
that they are no humbug, we will
forward to »very nntterer by mail,
post paid, a free Trial b ojc .
We don't want your money until
you are perfectly satisfied of their
curative powers.. If your *iile is
worth saving, don't delay in giving
these Powders a trial, as they will
surely cure you.
Price, for large box, $3.00, sent
to any part of the United States or
Canada by mail, oil receipt of price.
Address.
ASH & ROBBINS,
3C0 Fultox Stref.t, Brooklyn N. Y

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