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arlIal s s.of Vidalia
adAL t sankU re sr fPsAN1
iloeer. et P~reeem
-VIaia -, 4 day Feb. 8. 1881
Chotolaekls Grady & Faggp's
" The river Is rising at this
Lb. Vatast $le lAve cents elear ia
Ihb lsital L C. Ls hasu it.
The wbi t,. fortune man is
Capt. J. fas bas had his
·wf b-whek itt
hism Jat week, billed.
A ansLaso vaiety of pipe at Loeb'..
Take *A-OK.MUSeT" and yo
winller e ineu-..
For Sale by J. I Sebiele.
Toilet Soaps of all kinds tor
sale by J. i. Sehiele.
The only Onion Sets from
Philadelphia, ~both white and
red, are at R B & H Gaither'a
The farmers in and around
Vidalia are besy repairing their
fences, preparatory to pitching
Judge Thes. Reber has gone
uast in the interest of the
Natches, Bed River and Texas
" Mr. L. 8. Oornwell has had a
very handsome and attractive
sign placed to front of his
blacksmith and wagon shop.
I[mro-wrn wines of a superior qgalvy
on hand at Loss's Tobacco and Lqor
3tore, No. b CoVmmeoe rsrat, Natcbes.
He aells u low as the lowest.
A d1 packaqe of "tAOK4SAUIT"
hasn of charge at
J. 1 i•...a -
Iresh Gausto Seed at Grady
Smoke the famous Infantes
and (ameo, the best five cent
segars in tbe market, for "qle
by J. E. Sehiele.
We understand the roads are
in a deplorible condition. It
would be well fpr the Road
Overseers to see that they are
immediately put in order.
A newstore,we are informed,
will shortly be opened in Vida
lia, at the old Scott warehouse,
which building is now under
going repairs for the same.
J. E. SchIele has just received
a large supply of stationery
and sehool books, whbioch he is
selling at astoihblng low fig
Delinquent tax payers who
owe taxes for 1880 and prior
thereto, will take notie that a 1
the sale to take plae an abso. I
laute title to property will be
given to pnuriasers.
If yon went eally Ia mse Igut t
the El Volida. t
mu Lebe ePl mu y
.1 rs asts ý e
AMeAr. Edito8r of .rgi:
My name bhag figured
somewhat eoasp oursly j
yeaour 1t two issues, i beiotdb
d becsary n me txoe and ex
"' I owtil tes the cqrdo
& M. Asher. 1 w partotf the
yeakt 1880 aseooited in busi
11 Nes with 8. M.'Jher. Agent
= Whom he rqtod, is a
Smystery to me; principa
may be a"qh from tbe
i vast'y deep," for aIught I know
never having fat his creden
tials. In hiseatn1e very kind
ly nuotifes his aUtrwrswscountr3
custoufers that I *ra no lunge
associated with hi al business
and to address all eir orderj
to S.M. Asher. i erely wist
ia t reply to that, state, tbal
who have kind, gres. :
their trade heretutore, will i.
served in the future, witl
pleasure, by still addressin,
their orders to wme; although.
am not associated in businca
with either S. M. Asher or S. M
r Aeber, Agent.
I next figure prnmlneutly it
the proceedings of the Sctool
I Board, charged with a "n mis
d appropriation " of funds t,
build the "Fletcher " .clhoo
Iouse. The facts of that milt
d charge are as lollows a (Ge. J
r Floyd King, President oft i,
g former Board of School Direc'
tors, was authorized by that
Board to contract for a hoost
e to be built at the Fletcher plact
e on Lake Concordia. to accon.
s'modate the white children it
that district. Accordingly, lh
gave me the contract to build
a said house, which, when con
e pleted, the School Board took
a possession of and have used ii
for a white school two years,
1879 and 1880; but from the
p fact that Gen. King, In attend
ing to his public duties at
Washington City, omitted to
make his report, the Board,
although having received and
were using .the house, deferred
payment, *ith an additional
suses, thatlafter the howes
Swas buInlt tbh asceliuned thal
agood .title to the land could
not be had. Neither of these
excuses had I anything to do
with, or was in any way respod
sible. When I settled with my
successor as Treasurer of the
School Funds, I bad the money,
but in lieu thereof, turned over
to him the vouchers for the
school house. This constitutes
s the offense of " mtisappropriaz
Lion" of school funds.
There are tour members of
the behool Board, honorable
gentlemen. viz: Mr. Yznaga,
Dr. Craig, Mr. Sol. Harris and
Geo. York, whose material in
terest is fuly identified with
the welfare of the parish,
neither of whom, except the
latter, were present at the
meeting referred to. Now if
these members will hold a
meeting, and after hearing
Gen. King's statemtent of tacts
as well as my own, decide thatl
I should lose the nmoney ex
pended y me two years ago
for the benefit of the frees
public schools of the parish,
I % ill cheerfully refund, as I
would not coutlend against
their opinion, although " self
the wavering balance mightS
shake," I would nevertheless
aIIe if right.
A the a e.
tirs~li to -,e
I pY |
Mr. A. V. Davis, of as
Christian, will please a pt
n the thanks ot the undersig ed
s for a valuable box of wi e,
. which was duly received e
two weeks since; the ree pt
)f would have received ear er
le notice butfor my very ser' a
i. indisposition. I have shar.
t. the delicious wine with mar
a ot my friends who pronoun
t it superb.
1e Very Respectfally,
F, Geo. 8. NAwian,
1- All doctor's prescriptions
fillied by a graduate of phar'
, macy and at the lowest price at
II B & Gaither's.
G Oclar Mearsclaatm pipes at L. C.
h lneb's Cipr and Liqulr lee, No. b,
it Comrmece Street, Natlehes.
e Dringing into the baiosaes
le his many years experience as
b clerk and manager for his em
a ployer, our young frild Albert
1 Gillespie need have no fear of
oai success. And as if to corrob
1. orate the ussertion, he is be
fore the public this Iorning as
l his own boss. With an intui
I live knowtJuwlg, as it were, of
1 the wants of the community,
oi uj better selection of goods
Ii could be Intae--.not only for
d quality, but to be sold at the
I., lowest rates. Attentive to all,
e is his maxim, be he the pur
i% chaser of a smnall or large
t aluoullt, Sald in this, lies his
a success. We direct attention
e to Mr. G illespie's card, and
- speak for hiu a contiswuace of
n the patronage which, by his
e industry, he built up for the
ti old etablishmeut of John
"SLACK-DRAUGHm" maei chite
and fever impouible.
, For Sale by J. E SFhiele.
VIDALIA POST OFFICE.
I COICORDIA PARISH, LOtIlP AN.
Iist of letters and poatal cards remauinig
in the Post Odice Ifr the aienth fnding
January 30th, 1881. 4
Allem, bSiol BHooper, Miss Emma
Black, Mr Orgen Coney, C J
SCooper. Miss ismma Diecbes, Albert
laeater, S & lou Orasvan, Mimr Jane
SJohnson, Harriet Jackson, Mr Aaron
SJackme, Ben 2 Ingram, Mr Tom
Le, Daniel Lewia, Hopy
SMitE, Cresaea L Marde. .Jaye
Matbers, Panny foeerson, Mr 'onney
Williams. Mrs Coney Strader. Mrs Tabbie
B Perkins, swab
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised, giving date. etc.
J. E. SCHIELE. P. M.
OI'ENED) UP FOR LYSELF!
(AT CorTtr' 1tAMs)
t A freeh and choic eeoetnwmeeat of Family
Groecries and flapplics, couoaiting in part
Flor, ('nrn Meal, Ilame,
L,. on, C,'ffee, Segar,
Rf ice, Tess. Grime,
Iliominy, Bstter. iard,
ia!it, Canenes Goods, Potatoes.
Apples and Onions.
i Mackerel and Cod Fish.
All atricles first quality.
Tobacco and Segars,
1Wilnis, Ales, Liqnors and Beer,
Of the best brands to be
had at the Bar.
By Every Packet.
All hlat I ask oif tlihe public is a fair trial,
nd I will ,,'real in pleasing new as well
an may old eatrhoners.
Sniceseor i JlohiiN ClINt'l.
NE W AD VER'I'TIEMl EN'TS.
ATCsrns. Jamniary II, 1881.
Puresant to ell the regular lieetiog of the
Steekbolders of the Vidalla lnd Lake Con. I
s was le !. w hane theo mea f
the ompeay to ithn V: ais sad Western I
The above reesalaioo wars by asaimeas
vote of all the tatok of said Cnqeat.
The laJa rd the Cm..y, fa to ease.
lig 3ear, w eled . fellow :
UMGAT LL. Poemidens.
sts. roa, Iscreery.
hitm ait 93cs it the ifte
ateYm, . S.Tax . r.
- E= i
Dick. k MaUrtely'
.Beast (Sthews. WI.
0** Ibtfipl** t
i United States Marsbal's oak.,
df Jo. Dais ad wife,
I vs. No. SAI.
* Wade H. Hougb,Jr.k sis
i! In the United State Cireuit Court ferbhe
)t Fifth Distatt of Louoisina.
r B virtue of writ ofP P to me directed
in the abov entithled ut, I will proceed to
8 saell to the highest oa
lSaturday, the ineoteenkh Day
Sat Ii o'eloek, at the ain entrrne to the
Court Mourn i Vidaiae, Coecordia puolb,
Leuisaa, the belowi desoribad property,
to wit 4
One i half nlteret in let aabera two 2,
three 3 and four 4, in equuie eighteen 18,
8 andni the buldings nad mproveameots
Aloaeeventeea 17 sores of laud situated In
It he northern part of Vidalle,-boeuded on
the north by lands belonging to Zecharisa
Hubbard and Jane Taylor, smeth by land_
belegio g to J. P. all, Jr., east by the MlI
levee. wt y
Alee lot four 4, in square toerur 4, baving a
leat on Prou t street of fy 0, feet, ad
Perrenat and above by le number three 3,
Sbelgin to Mri . nKaeray, together with
- all te billdiu and impreovsmeut beleog.
ti to soid latin the town of Vidalla, Couoordia
r ised i the above suit.
Tere--Cash lrea the spot.
United Statei Marshal' aotlee, New Or.
leoas, It day of February, lt1.
f be t.l United states or bs.
Seizure and Sale.
SState of Louis!uso. Parish of Cenceri...
i th Distrect Court,
Thos. N. Haluseon,
0 v No. 40.
Public notice is hereby given that ,by
virtue of mlaii to satisty a writ of Viei ti
c st to me dirmcted, issed out of the above
Hoeorable Court, in said suit. I, PW Chalse.
I hherigF of the Parish of Concordia, hwve
sei ed upon as the property of the defen
L dant un will ou
, Saturday, February 19th, 1881,
O cier to sell, at public auction, to the last and
highe as bidder, at the Court Hoes deor in
I the Pariahof Concordia, within legal boars,
the following described property, to wit :
Your hales of Cotton in the Need.
Terms of Sale-Cash at ot leess than two.
thirds the appraised value.
P W CHASE.
Per L P Ault. Deputy Sberiff.
Shiroas OMae, Vidalia, La., Febrsary lt,
1881. fa int
Estimate of Expenses.
Be it ordained by the Police Jury of the
parish ,f Conwordia, That the following
be ado led as the estimated expenditure of
the perish for the year 1881.
I For expenses of district court and
other coorts, including tbe pay of
juror, witnweses In crimlal eases sad
espease incidemt to soust 8600 00
7 2 For phli printing, including
proceedings of Police Jury
II sad other matters requiring
publication 400 00
3 Fur expenses of conveying pris
ooers to the peniteatiery 200 00
4 For feeding & elothiug prison's 10i' 00
SYFor bherit' salaNry 600 00
6 For Coroner's inquests 100 00
7 For justices of the peace, coets
in criminal cases 180 00
8 For constables coset in crimisal
cases 160 00
9 For parish paupers 300 00
10 For e!erk's salary 600 to
11 For alary of Parish Treasurer 001 owl
Id For salary clerk Pollee )ary 1a0 00
13 Fcer compeuaeionPolice Jurors 800 00
14 Fr salary of District Attor
sey pro ten
IS For rompensation road oeer's 5 00 t
1 PFor lees and espense of Par
ish Physician 10$ 00
17 For raampensation of Tax
Collector 2000 00
18 Per eoepeasatlon of Asesoor 1100 00
19 Por coustraction and repairs
of lesee* 1010 CO
20 Por bridige ead se 400
21 For contingeat expenses so0 00
Ad$pted January 6th, 1880.
F P. SHIEIDS,
Attest, Presidnat Police Jury.
M A Joyce, Clerk Police Jury
A C artd.
T HE UNDEfR.ONED respectfully
lcals the attention of the good people
of Vidaliu and Concordia Parish to the
LIQUOR & CIGAR STORE,
Just opened on C(mterce street, between
Main and Franklin. Natchez, Miss., where
canm eaway be oned a large and well se
lected stock of pare end One Whiakyeon.
tie cheinot dometi breeds of los
Brandles, Gaas, Spaish Ports nd
Sheirres, and a variety of French Wise.,
eonsistig of Clarets,. White Wineo and
the celebrated Boucne rile, Dry Veruesm y
and Pipet Heidntc Chamapagnes. Of the
vntage of Germany the best will always
he kepon hend.
eeiasl attention will almo be given to1el
of se versl brands of Cigars kept in
My pricem will be secb an to raable
everybody to tjoy the laisrty o a se
Cigar and good drink.
Attonuton will be given to the wvus of
private faiiie in my line and goods de
Ikd free of charge. The celebrated
hits Uilwneakeelatger Beer botuled al
ways ee nd. The patroeage of the peo
ple reepetfally eoteited.
aeIlS-3m L. C. LOEB.
-rus -- 3
DIAMONDS, JBWB ELY,
11 .. ai.. , u 8t .ee.... L1
S111. ...Mrla gt. r te be . . -1r
bun l arssenre to mi I(t
-wrtes of Natolla , Red Riw ter
STATE OP LOUISIANA, (
PA*-u or CONCORDIA. $
Bn IT KNOWN, sust on this 90th day
of January. in the year A. D. Eighteea
Husdred and eighty one, before me, Philip
Iolllh. a Notary Public in and for said
Parish asd utate. duly eommisaioned and
qlaliied, end In presence of the witneses
hereinafter named and undersigned; per
sonally came and ppeartled: Thom.t
IReer. Haml'i Block, Hiram R. oteele,
George W. Koonts. P. W Chse, L. H.
clapp, l B Gaither, Will T Martin. P N
lhielda, Henry Prank, I Friedler, James
Slurge and 1i F Learned, who severally
declared that availing themselves of tbo
Mla, rights, and privileges, conferred
b the Conatltution and Sttutee of the
al of Louisiana relative to the orgeali
astion of (orporations in this tate, they
do. by these presents, form, orgasise, coo..
titatle, anld found a corporation, lo. the
objects and purposes as shall be hetrein
e*amerated and set forth, and to that end,
they do coveraot and agree to form and
resatitate themselves, and all each other
prsoua as may lereafter bteeom easoci
ated with them, theileir said assigeln Ito
et k erpuseIte. i thIe same sd o(c of
Natasf, Ito tesa Wr"m Ta I"as
ROAD Couspar, for the purpoe of con
stractall, owning, manttaliuiig smd oper.
atinm a railroad, ands m aguietic telegraph
on the lice theretl, from the Misserppi
Iiver at Vidalia. Louisiaiu, Tt the Parish
of Concomrdia, ial Trlnity, Louisieas, to a
point on Red River at or near Alexadria,
li.uidasaU, ihenre to a point at or near
Iliickuue's, Losisiatma, on the ?ibine river,
in the ,erection of Houston, Texas, either
by comttruclion. or by the perrhshe or lease
of any road already buasil, sad of sac'h
geige ias ay hereafter be detersmimed, and
to icate sand construct such brmuches.
within taIe State, as may be deemed desira
ble by them.
Said Corporation may sue or be sued.
have a Comlmon Seal, d~sct and repeal by
aus, auiy hold real sad personal property,
maly make contracts, may parchase or re
cease grasts u lamid and persoual property,
rud shall pussess all ine powers and privr
Iles which Corporations, under the Con
startion mard laws of this State, may poe
The domicil of said Corporation is aled
at VSdalia, Coucordia perish, Loasilsma.
and Pid Corororation shall him eurporate
exiutauce for and during the fell term of
ninety-nine yasr :rom date of the execu
tion of thin act. unless soner dissolved in
manrer tiereiuatter provided for.
arkIn a Onu.
The President ot the Lompany is tb.
olcer desiugnated, upon wbosm legal pro
cese m.l5 be served, sad such sereice may
he m in person or by leaving the sauue
at the olice of the C:mpauy,at its domicile,
with any ol its ollirerp.
A Board of Dire.etoes, comteirting of seven
stockholders, a majority of whimm shall
collitute a quoram, shall be chosen by a
maIority vote ot the stockholders present
or represented at the nuassl meetings,
which shall be held at the oie of the
Coipany in Vidaliu oe the lIst Muday of
meeuer in each year. who shell coltinee
to discharge tlheir duties etil their sec
ceasors are elCleed and quallfied ; and ustil
the firs Monday o0 December, l8t1, the
lulowing named shall be and they are
hereby colllaituted the oticers and direc
uris of said cwupsiy : Iii:sm K Steels.
Presideat ; Will 1 ' larti, Vice-Presideot;
Lawreuce II Clapp, Secretarv ; lamnuel
lock, hlenry Frank, Tl'hma lteber,Let fus
F Luarned, Directors.
W Ithin ten days alter each annual eec
tion of a Board of Directors as herein
provides fur, said Board of Directors aiul
elect a President, Vies-President and
aSchl other olicers as in their jedglent
may he necesarvy sad shall prescribe the
powers and duties oI such Officer, ue fix
tie amount of salary or compeslatlon, and
the security to be required of each, and
esaet by laws for the grrernment of al
oceers od emlployees of said Cumpany,
and hbae flul ustiority to establisk each
regilatius as it may detn proper or the
control of tie busiless of said Vompany,
tle purchase or sale of land or tIher prop.
erty, amd t~e price andl terms upon Which
its stuch or bonds may he sold or pledged.
Aia 4. Powr.
T'he capital emuit of sid Company is
axed at ie huonored homusand dollars is
shares ol ear hendred dollra each; provi.
ded that the directors by a twoethirds vote
ahail have power to increase the eapital
stock to not more thee mse million Aive
haudred tiusaad duiiiars. Bach slare
sall estitle the holder to a vote, either in
persoe or by priy, preside that after the
first election, hie sllas have eld the same
tree miotlt hbefore he offers to vote, and
that the ownietlip u one share satll umake
tie stockholder eligible sa a Director.
No stockholder shall he held liable of
respouible for the contracts and laidl of
C cr pal y is say IastiNer sswgtL tle
uepaid halanee or belahes doe on thea
shares owned by Iils, nor shall any infur
alllties in the orgelizatios hevd the efelt
of asedlhng this charter, or exposing a
stockholder to any liability beyond the
amount of said stock ubscription uinpid.
T'his company may recive luhrnp
tioa for stoeak, payable in cash, labor,
land, matarial or provisioNs, on or for aid
railrod, or inse constrection bonds for
the same, and the mirectors have the right
ender such terms and conditions as they
may irem proper to authboris ay holdeJr
of bonds to ounert the as#se lto stock.
The Board ot Directors shall have the
power to ix the iuinstallment of stock to
m peid in, and ithe mpmis to declar a for
.eitre of stolk of delinquent ehecribers
fiter thirty days written notice duly served
m them, or to compel payment by suit.
iLid Board shll aill vacancies iteli
tleenian when the subscription late shll
m elcoed or l"epended,se hlve power to
use bondsr l coestratiem parpues, or
Spoarehase other property, end to pledge
he some to borrow mowey at seen rate of
auerast as tie ay deem expedient.
Tki Preidept sill hnve power to call
selal seolings of tocrkboldere when.
ar ta his judlment the laterses of the
me1s may reqeirsob s eh sti g or
Thme rck hook sall he kept at ithe
seof i be company. where certiaeat of I
lak shll he lised to sehsrlbher, bhat so
rastoe of stock shall he hUdinl spon the
-p-- all ae apes h stock beakr ,
and no stoek certificate shall be isdued ox
elpt for fall paid stock.
This chrter may be altered aI amea idJ
et any regular or special meeting called for
the purpose after tiliril days notice, by a
Svotle of a di rity of stock isaued:
· TICLE ELVYIF.
SAt the ternination of this charner, the
i akira of said company, shall be liquidated
l by one or mree Iiquidators, who shall he
Schosen by a majority vote of the stock.
In testimony whereof I' have caused the
above named ineorporators to'lign this act
I.i presence of Lewis P Ault and Andrew
d W Metcalfe, competent witnesses, who
e sleg as such with me, said Notary, the day
and date first herein written.
THON Rf EBR,
R P LKARNED,
HIRKtM R 8THEI.E,
Gor W KOONTZ,
W P WCHASE,
Witneses. L H ,L'LPP
e LP AUILT, H B GAITH ,.
A W MaTCALre,WILl,. '' MAWRIN,
F N1 SIlHELDS,
Noer, Pblie. .
OFFICE DISTRICT 4TTORNEY,
SerATE OF LOUISIANA,
S PAeisa or Co4coIA,1,,
a ~HE FOREGOING Charter having
1 been rsubitted to me for examination
r as to its legality, I, hliram R Steele, DUI
r, rict Attorney of the Nioth Judicial Di.
Ir trict of the Slate of Lolisiana, do hereby
a certity that l'am of the opinion that the
b purposes and oliecls of said corpurottion,
d as pecified, ale I-gil lond tniat none of the
proviefons therein contained are contrary.
to law. iletAWM KR. ST'EELE,
District A torney, Ninth District.
Recorded Ja;nuarv 27th, 1881, in Nas.
rial Record of Deeds. Bdok t, pages b19,
88l9. 8Y1, 52 ,and 623.
WADE If. HOCCUGH, Ji.,
Deputy t;lerk and Ex-()tfici Recorder, &c.
I. SHERIFFS SALE.
if State of Louliiana. Pariah if Concurdial
Ninth Distli it Court.
D. M.eir nh-d Sins,a
iv. No 737. 1
Third o!pp,) itIonl- I
.Jh 1, ; ','mani. )
4 PUBl.I"t' \('I WiE ie jerrhe girn that
it by virtue of and lti wll'lv ia rit of lien
facien toi irmiel, is i,lned out ofi th.'
above lion, rahie '-tori, in naid 'ilt, 1, P.
n W. I 'hal.t. il orFdtl! iRhe Parish of I'on.
1I cordia, aove psltld lupln ai ., toe pr.perty .t
a the Plainltlf and will in
Iaturdht, February 5th, 1881,
ofer for ,ale at ,hertl''e . le, to ntIt
last and hi. he-t bidder, at the 4lor of the
Court HII.u si in ViiaHlI. Ia., dthin legal
hinrs, the follo, ing describd property,
S The univided or.-half interest in irad
to Lots numberi r threei anrid tour iin n ire
number twelve. wt, the h*iCdlhi,. and Inil
rcOVemeint tier'Von, e:aih hI ig a tront
of ifty Iret on 'ritity .treet, witha d.1 th
of 100 ite,t sitiialed in ithe' o'w n ot Vi
T'erms of ,a)'e-C e'bi. aii ot . tlhiAt
two thirds ihe t} apr:.iiId t .;ut.
P. W. GIIl.tE.
Per L P L'LTr, HDepftI
I Stateol Lauiriana. 'arissh of I'oncordia.
Ninth Judicial 1JItrict Court,.
Succesion of Charles 'I 'bert, deceased,
a )Y VIIt, E "t a writ uil sle ironed
Sin she succession of Charleys 'I'I bert,
iderea.ed. I witl cons' it .' t.- olJ by ithe
Sherilf, P W. ChaleP, of eeii litr,h, oni
SSaturday, the 5th day of Feb
at public auction, at the Court louse door
in the 'Town of Vi1dalia. i.ousoa. the
following desciribed property, Ielouinginig toi
said succession, to-wit:
Two Mules ind IlLagon,
And a lot of F.arming Implem*unot
Terms of Stale-For what it will bring
o twelve monthl credit, except c-sats,
which are to be paid cash.
I. Fi IEI)iLER,
Vidilias, IA.. Jan1 1 18,1. ijn ?2-es
MrR. L. . C:ORNWELL is no longer
conected with iay business. My
cult'er*a.in tle ceintry will pleaae ad
dress their lettirs nIat orders direct to nme
in order to ineiur )rirenpt ad inlediate
Iaten-li. . w .. S . AIIEKR,
janl6-4t Vidalia, La.
j. a. soaTaEc. L. F. UMoA.
Boleatmer i Mlas on.
A ttorn uy-a t-Lsw.
JILL PR ;'I'I CE in the parishesof
' Concordia and 'Tenses, and in tIne
Supremne Court at New Orle ans. Collecs
lion of claims promptly aUended to.
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO
A great many bay without krinowing if
they buy eheap or not.
S T O R E.
Near the Bank, is the only place where
Goods are marked in plainl figres. We
are not afrlaid to mark goida plainly. Our
LStock of Plain aid Faiev Hardware, Tin
were, Cntlery, Tobs, 'rmiler Sellts. Kitchen
Uthenils,Tol'da.. Crockery, Novelties, Locke,
Plain and Fancy Hardware, is very com.
The Largest, Cheapest and Best stock of
in the City, also Coin Mills, Pleating and
Flatinlg Machines, Sausage Cutters, Mioc
ing Knives, 4ce.
A.' a. Perraultl.