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Fourth Judicial District.
[Com~.rising the paribbes of Ae.msasi, St.
.JRmes, St. JJhn the B. ptist ani St. Cba-ies.]
.District Judge,.........OthtAei J. Fla g,
IDistriet Attonmey, ........Morris Marks
Be, ith Serateridl District.
(Comprising the parisihesf Asceasium and
.tate Senater,......e......Geora E. Bovee.
µ ..........JChaslee N. Lewis,
Parish Judue,-.......----- Johl . Che.vers,
'arish Attorcy,.............ederick Duffel,
'Clerk of the Court,..... Saelm D. Cantey,
Recorder, ................--- -Cb Geeks,
:Secretary, ................ Frederick Fobb,
Tax Coller,............ L. E. ken~ey,
..erif, ................... Aaro ,
Jail Physician............. W. IL Moalliard,
)fficial Journal,.......... Aceasion Leader.
POLICE Jrnons.--lenry Cook, President;
Felix iR.gaad, Edward Caites, Hillary
Rice, Hoary Ileyman.
BloARD OF ScUooL Diancrons.-Pierre
Landry, President; Rodolphe Brkad, Secre
tary and Treasurer ; G. H. Hill, Charles N.
Lewis, Jacob Warmer, Jacksa Starks, L. E.
Town of Donasiuonvile.
Mayor, ................... ama. F. Smith,
.Attorray..........-.....Edw. N. Pugh,
resaer,........- ............Christian Kline,
acesnr, ................. Aug. Berceeay,
Colleetr, ................. Frederick lobbh,
Printer, .............- Morris Marks.
Wharf-Master, ........... i .J- Dnuk,
Coustable,...............L. ts Le fort,
Bosn olr ALDEAMUIL
Ant. Rodrigu, Joe. Bearige. . let Wawm.
.s. Weinsehenck, C. Martin, Sr.,-...~d "
John F. Liak, Jseeph JeM eo,...3rd "
TIME TAFBLE L .,, X & T. B. B,, mit
LOUISIANA DIVLSION. 11
,Daily Paeuseger ad IFreig&t TWain em -' M
bind-Leaves New Odeaas a t 815 A. .J;
Arrives in Donaldsonville at 12'30 P. M. OF
IEtenraing (Sundays ex eepe), Leaves Ton- th
aldaouville at 1:15 P.. M Arrives in New
Orleans at 5 P. L. d
.Sawwda Pasuseger Tain-Leaves New Or- w(
leaus as above, arriving in Doaaldelsovilo
at 12 M.
Returuing, Leavrs ~oalwsmmville at 2 30 F. 1
M.; Arrives in New Orleans St 639 0 . M re
Trains stop at all way stations.
DOIALDSOITILLE, LA., al
Saturday, - August 9, 1873.
LOCAL JOTT GS. th
What saloon-keeper ohat to mix
ie'ebeat "chain lightning" punch I
If you want a good sewing machine
-go to Marx Israel s and buy the GGo- st
ver & Baker. 4d
The list of letters remaining in the ef
post-efflee so n the first of August, at
whlinch was crowded fromt last issue, is p1
uniblished in another column of to
A nmeeting of the lBurside .ase
Ball Club will take place iln thcCIIlEF
building at eight o'clock We6nesday
,evening, and a full attendanoe of the it
,memabers is desired. l
~hanks to Wilkinson for semie in- r(
teresting " picture papers," of which f
he has such a varied and extensive t,
£supply. Read his "'Extraordinary i
jffer" ia asuether colum. h
Mayor Smith will apply to Gover- b
inor Kellogg for a co.urisjoia as Jns- a
tice of the Peace. The law requires
the Mayor to hold suck a commission F
before he can legally exercise the If
powers of a Justice. .
We see that Pboc-roR & GXIMBL's
Erra. OLIVE SoaP is becoming very c
popular in our town. Its geality, we
know, is superior, and beitig nicety li
perfumed we are not surprised that I
consumers prefer it, and that it has as
large sale. c
Most of the planters have given the
cane its last plowing and "laid it by "
for the season. All the stuff has to
do now is just to grow and ripen, so
as to he in proper condition when the
time comes to hare its juice squeezed
out and b'iled down into sugar.
Don't forget the grand Fair for the (
benefit of the .L E. Church of this
town will open on Tuesday next, the
12th inst.. Preparations for an exten
sive and interesting entertainment
lave been made, and the good object
of the Fair will ensure it liberal public
The Tax Collector on Tuesday last
turned over to the Parish Treasurer
,the sumn of $62 37, being the amount
collected for parish taxes and licenses
-during the month of July. It is quite
.a new thing to see greenbacks paid
into the parish treasury, and we hope
it foreshadows a return of the good
.old days when the parish paid cash
for services rendered and could get
things done for the same prices asked
'The board of Assessors give public
notice through the columns of the
official journal that they have began
the assessment of property upon the
descriptive list fr 1873 furnished by
the Tax Colleecor, and that the roll
will be exposed at the Court-IHouWe
during Augun L ifor examination, re
vision apd correction. After the first i
of September, the valuation placed e
upon each pi °e of property, must h
remain unalt.ked, and those who are i
interested should bear this fact in u
TA7E NOTIac!--Mr. Marx Israel,
merchant prince of lDonaldonville, li
has departed upon his regular annual a
pilgrimage to the North, and during f
his absence a great reduction of pri
ces will take place at his extensive
dry goods, clothing and gocery es
tablishmeat in this place. The goods
on hand must be dispeoed of in time t
to make way for the immense fall I
stock, and those who go early dan buy
things at almost their oSn terms.
The fine dry weather, interspersed
with occasional light showers, that
prevailed Up tr Thursday, has been
*scceeded by an almost incessant I
drizzling rain--one of there lazy rains
that makes humanity sleepy -and In
dolent, and causes the chickens to
loaf around disconsolately with tails I
lepressed and voices stilled, resem
bling aimated inclined planes. The
rains in the New River dietrict have i
been much heavier than in this por
tion of the parish, and the roads out
there are reported to be in- a horrible
condition. W4 lear considerable in
jury to the cotton crop will result.
An eacoutaer took place upon the
Belle Terre plantation, Assumption
parish, Thursday evening, between
Mr. P. Roohell, overseer, and a colored
man who had been discharged from
the place a short time before, and the
overseer received a heavy blow across
the foehkead fremclub which inflict
eed a severee thougk mot dangerous
wound that bled profusely. Mr. Ro
chell's brother-in-law interfered to
put a step to the fracas and he also
received a blow in the face with the
Sclub, hut was aut seriously hurt. We
enderstand that after being struck,
Mr. iLochell snatched the stick from
the Lands of his assailant and flailed
that iundividnal in a vigorous manner
until he begged for mercy.
iERQoKAL..-Owing to the increased
demand for his professional services
c(the Dr. advertises in the CHIma), Dr.
W. M. McGalliard has been unable to t
start upon his.aorthern trip up to this
date, but he will make a determined
effort to leave to-motrow upon the
steamer Katie." We wish him much
pleasure and a saet return.
Prof. Cuanunings of the New Orleans b
,adthwresejrn Adzcate arrived here
again yesterday, and if the weather is
taroralbe he will to-day start down
Bayou Lafoerche, stopping at N.po
leonville, Thibodaux and Houma to
obtain additions to the subscription
list of the exiellent journal he is rep- ce
resenting- Leaving Houma, the Pro- Cl
fessor will visit the Attakapas coun- he
3 try, penetrating as far as Opelousas n(
9 if his time pelrits. We commend
him to the oourtesy of our editorial S
brethren and - the people generally
along his route. te
SWe were pleased to see Messrs. Win. E
n King, O. A. Bullion and H. T. Brown, I
e from the 1New River and'Mauchac re- ai
gions, in town this week. if
s Polac: JUuYr.-Ou Tue.sday a spe
y cial meeting of the Police Jury was a,
c held. Tke president presented, as g
y his reason for convening the body, a s
t petition signed by a dozen citizens o
a setting forth that it was " absolutely w
necessary that a meeting of the Police c,
Jury of the parish should be held for
. the transaction of important business,
the interests of your petitioners being. ,
oinvolved." A motion was made to te
'o declare t of ice of Sergeant-at-Arms
e vacant; lost. The Jury took a recess
of half an hour to recuperate. Upon a
reassembling, a petition from the lie
eo corder was received requesting the a
is attention of the Jury to the dilapida
e ted .and unpleasant condition of his
"- olfice. A resolution authoring the S
It Recorder to make necessary repairs.
ct and alterations was adopted, after
ic which the Jury adjourned, worn out
with the herculean labor performed e
ct in accordance with the prayer of the
er petitioners whose interests so urgent
nt I ly required the special session. We
es I feel justified in assuring our readers
to that the country is safe.
id "owN COUNCIL.--The city fathers
Pe held their regular meeting at the May
d or'as oice Monday. The committee
sh on engine-house reported that they
;et were hopeful of soon finding a suita
ed ble location, and had received assur
ance of hearty co-operation from the
lic Police Jury of the parish. The Mayor
he was, by resolution. directed to instruct
Sthe Board of Public Works to insti
, e tute legal proceedings against certain
by ettlers upon town lots, in order that
oil the re.veues from said lots should be
e turrd into the town treasury. The
re.- I ''reaure was ordered to cancel all
warrants upon the day of their re- s
ceipt. A resolution appropriating a
hundred dollars for a plan of the town
was tabled. A recess was then taken
until 4 o'clock in the afternoon. t
At the evening session a resolution
requiring the publication of the de
linquent tax list for thirty days, and
appropriating $150 in payment there
for, was adopted. The committee to
examine the books of recent town of
ficers reported that they had exam
ined all but the Collector's books, and
found them correct; that the debt of
the corporation is as follows:
Consolidated debt, April 1, 1873,..$19,873 70 t
Warrants issued since four years,
as per Treasurer's books,....... 1,576 55
[A large number of outstandindr warrants
have not been registered by the Treasurer,
hence the committee could not report them.]
Cash on hand,..................... $ G0 00
Uncollected taxes of 1873,.......... 1,935 00
S' 1865 to 1872,..3,'7/8 35
The report was received and the com
imittee discharged. The Collector was
instructed to turn all unpaid licenses
over to the Town Attorney, who will
institute suit to enforce the payment.
The following bills were approved:
t Sheriff, $5; J. C. Mathieu, $7; do.
$2; E. Ramirez, $2; W. G. Wilkin
son, $4 25; Louis Lefort, $22; A. P.
Guilfort, $6. A bill of J. C. Mathieu
for $7 was tabled. A. Bercegeay was
allowed $50 for making the assess
ment roll of 1873. Aldermen Wein
schenck and Burbridge were appoint
ed a committee to confer with W. G.
Wilkinson relative to the pound fence.
The patriarchs then adjourned.
BASE BALL NoTES.-A match game war
will be played between the Young gro
America's and Independent Rangers, real
to-morrow, weather permitting, upon Lai
the grounds of the latter club. The lare
Independents are in good trim and it fair
will take first-class playing to defeat gee
The captain of the Burnside club the
has sent an invitation to the Bruly wit
Red stockings to visit I)onaldsonville trey
on Sunday, tile 17th lust, and engage fiel
in a friendly game. We hope the tan
Red Stockings will accept, and we for
guarantee them good treatment by for
the Burnside boys. clu
An invitation similar to the forego
ing has also been sent to the Inde- pce
pendent Rangers, for the Sunday fol- gel
lowing. A game between the Rangers wil
and Burnsides could not fail to be in- ano
teresting, as there is good materigd in tdi
both clubs. Re
Just MI. Lamare, Esq., editor of the bu
Triune, is president of the Port Vin- sle
cent base ball club. up
PARISH COURT. of
This tribunal has been in session a
every day this week, Hon. John A. th4
Cheevers~n the benhIr. We present 0e
herewith a brief synopsis of the busi- ull
ness transacted: to:
MONDAY.-Mrs. Eag. Supervielle vs. ba
Succession of M. Bclhonberg, et uls.;
judgment for plaintiff. pL
The Dist. Atty. and Dist. Atty. pro
tent. being absent, the court appointed bi
E. N. Pugh to prosecute the prisoners
in the parish jail. The court ordered be
that all lending State cases where fle
accused are at large upon bond be th
fixed for trial upon the first Monday th
of October next.
TUESDAY.-State vs. John Johnson, Pi
accused of larceny; prisoner plead St
guilty, and was remanded to await sti
State vs. Gustave Miller; accused
ordered to show cause on the 8th inst.
why he should not be punished for bt
contempt of court.
SILapene & Terre rs. A. & P. Plai
sance; judgment by default agt. dfts. "
WEDNESDAY.-State vs. John John- "
son, guilty of larceny; prisoner sen- is
tenced to three months in parish jail. bi
B. Rybiski vs. Chas. F. Smith ; judg
ment by default. Counsel for dft.
s filed a motion to dissolve the writ of Ic
attachment; fixed for trial next day. tr
John J. Barrett vs. Leon Lacroix et
e als.; judgment by default.
H. Pfortzeimer vs. A. Grilhe, Nathan 13
- Hayes et als.; judgment for dfts. b
s THtUrSD.AY.-In the cases of the 1)
e State vs:'R. Prosper Landry and R. N. t
s Sims, for non-payment of licenses as
r Notaries Public, leave was granted
t dfts. to file vswers.
t Lapene & Terre vs. A. & P. Plai
d sauce; judgment by default set aside,
dfts. granted leave to file answer.
B. Rybiski vs. C. F. Smith; sane as t
above; case fixed for Saturday. o
e A. Grilhe vs. H. Phortzeimer, et als.;
. leave granted dfts. to file motion to
dismiss.appeal; motion tried instan
ter and overruled. t
Ben Beutwell vs. Jacob Bros.; mo- I
tion for a new trial overruled.
EKIrAY.-State rs. Alex Nash; notl.
y State vs. Geo. Jackson; accused
- tried and found guilty of larceny, and c
rsentenced to three months in the
pe State vs. Gustave Miller; rule for
>r contempt dismissed.
A Marx Israel vs. IHeyman & Leblanc ;
case tried and judgment for dfts. s
Delia Davis c.s. Warner Davis, suit
1n fur divorce; judgment for plff. 1
at Wid. A. W. Norcross rs. Margaret
C, VLegare; judgment for defendant.
e cCall Bros. vs. J. C. Legare; case
e signred for trial on the 1ith inst.
"i H. Rybisk-i rs. C. F. Smith: by con
sent case reassigned for tie 13th inst. c
SATURDAY.--James Jerry vs. Fran- di
Bois Bedat; case reassigned for Fri- -
day, 15th inst.
Court adjourned at 12 o'clock to-day T.
to open again on Monday. TA
Subscribe for the CJIEF;. $3 a y .ar L
BASE BALL AT NEW RIVER. L
A Match Game Between the Bruly Red '
Stockings and Independent Rangers
The Rangers Victorious.
In company with a young friend,
we visited the New River district last L
Sunday to witness the game of base
ball announced to take place between
the Bruly Red Stockings, .who hail 13
from the vicinity of the Dutch Stores,
and the Independent Rangers, a club ia
recently organized on New River. h
Stopping at the old Linwood planta- a
tion on our way to New River, Satur- a
day afternoon, we were served with i
an excellent dinner by the ever polite a
and obliging "Gus" Knight, which n
sent us on our way feeling remarka- if
bly'comfortable. Arriving at Mr. J. t
B. Hebert's residence about 9 o'clock g
in the evening, we were cordially re- d
ceived and made to feel as though at 1
home. After a refreshing night's rest r
(not a mosquito tuned his pipes near t
us, and a bar was not used) we awoke f
Sunday morning full of pleasant an
ticipations of the day's pleasure. The a
morning was passed very nicely in e
sitting on the gallery and watching I
the almost constant stream of people a
passing on their way to and from the
little Catholic Church that graces the I
right bank of New River just below the 1
plantation of Mr. Felix Reynaud. At I
1 o'clock we joined the cavalcade that I
e was moving towards the base ball
S grounds, which are situated in the
I, rear of a place opposite Mr. V. P. t
n Landry's. Arrived there, we found a
e large number of people assembled, a
t fair proportion of whom were of the
,t gentler sex, decked out in holiday at
tire and lending additional interest to
b the scene. The ladies were provided
y with benches in the shade of several
e trees upon the southern edge of the
e field, and a little cabin a few rods dis
e taut afforded a shelter from the sun
e for the scorers, as also a dressing room
y for the members of the competing
Soon tile Independent Rangers ap- mm
peared upon the grounds in their gor- to
geous uniforms, consisting of red caps
with white frontpieces, white shirts,
and red pantaloons, exciting much Y
admiration and attention. The Bruly of i
Red Stockings were without uniform, p'r
but as each Iplayer was in his shirt
sleeves and had his pantaloons rolled mai
up or tucked in his boots, it was easy
to distinguish them from the crowd at
of spectators that swarmed the field pa`
around home base. At half past two
the field was ordered to be cleared for r
the game. Mr. WiVn. Acy was chosen
umpire. The Red Stockings won the
toss and sent their opponents to the i t,
bat, the men took their positions, and il
play was called. to
In the first inning six of the "' red I
I birds" (as the Rangers were dubbed "an
because of their brilliant uniforms)
flew around the bases and touched '
the home plate before the quota of
three had come to grief and the um
pire had cried " side out.' The Red I
i Stockings then went to the bat, and
succeeded in scoring four runs, when
Sthey concluded to retire.
In the second inning the Rangers
r batted in a very effective manner, and
tallied fourteen runs ere resigning the A
willow. Their opponents offset this
I with but five runs, and twitters of sat
- isfaction were heard among the red J'
The third inning was a very Water
lf loo for the Red Stockings, as their an- A
tagonists ran up a score of twenty
four, while they only managed to tal
r ly one. The Red Stockings evidently T
began to lose heart, though no mem
e her failed to do his best to retrieve
the discouraging beginning, and it
was evident that the game would be A
The fifth inning made matters still
worse for the Dutch Store ball tossers, a
is the score being eight to two, in favor
of the Rangers.
The sixth inning was the first in
u which theRed Stockings led the score, S
they tallying eleven runs, while the
- Rangers scored ten. There was an
evidcnt improvement in the fielding i,
of the Red Stockings at this stage of
d the game, and if the nine innings
Id could have been played, they would
1e doubtless have made a better showing
or at the close than they did.
In the seventh and last inning the
e; score was ten to Ise, in favor of the
indomitable Rangers, whose play dur
I ing the whole game was marked by
*et such coolness and self-possession as
it. I we have never seen equalled by begin
se uers. It was getting too late to play
u- another inning, so the game was 1
called. The following is the score in
I. RAEagns. O. . RIED STIGs. O. R.
T. Boudreau, p. 4 7 H.D. Minor, p. 1 7
T. Landry,3 b. 3 9 P. E. Braud, 2 b. 1 7
A. BI and, s. 5 7 A. uSith e.f. 2 4
H.Hebert,b. 5 8 W. Phillips, c. 5 3
L. Gautrean, c. 1 12 O.A.Bullfon, l b. 3 4
V. Landry, e. f. 111 A.D.Landry,r.f. 3 3
L. P. Brud, 2 b. 0 12 E. F. Babhin, s. s. 2 2
F. Braud, r. f. 10 A. U.Babin, 1. f. 2 4
F. Landry, l.f. 1 8 W. . Smith, 3 b. 2 5
21 84 21 39
Indep'nt 1Ran ers,6 C[14t1241 - 84
Bruly 1Rd Stgs,I 451111 11 I ~- 39
Umpire-Wm. Acy, Esq.
Scorers-H. Dubois, Esq. for the Indepen
dent Rangers, 0. V. Babin. Esq. for the Bru
ly Red Stockings.
One thing which the Rangers lack
is a good pitcher. Being all new
hands at the game, none of them have
acquired the knack of pitching well
as yet. Mr. Henry D. Minor of the
Red Stockings is an excellent pitcher,
and no fault could be found with hi
manner of delivering the ball. Thc.'e
is no doubt that with mere practice
the Red Stockings can give the Ran
gers a better tussle than that of Sun
day, and perhaps defeat them, but we
question if the New River or Manchac
regions will produce a club to conquer
the Independent Rangers in a contest
for the championship.
The base ball fever rages among
all classes of people in the New Riv
er, Port Vincent, French Settlement,
Bayou Black and Manchac vicinities,
and clubs are springing up almost
weekly. Of course fine players will
be produced, and the Burnside boys
will have to exert themselves to the
utmost if they desire to have and hold
t the champion pennant.
ROGERS-DIXON.--At the residence of Nc
the brides' mother,New River on Wednesday,
the 6th day of August, 1873, by the Rev. 8. C.
Kirklin, Mr. R. W. C. Rogers, to Miss Mary 01
K. Dixon, all of the parish of Ascension. by
[I Baton Rouge papers please copy.
DIXON.-At New River, on Tuesday, July
29th, 1873, Absalom L. Dixon, aged 40 years.
H. H. WILLERU, am
Boot and Shoe 1Maker,
In the building adjoining the Wharf,
Respectfully announces to his friends and
(he public in general that he is prepared to
make boots and shoes of the very best ma
terial to order, and guarantees all his work p
to give satisfaction. Terms strirUy cash. g8
SEWING MACHINES ! i
I am also the agent for the FINKLE & V
LYON. the IHOME SHUTTLE, and the Il
WILSON SHUTTLE Sewing Machines, all
of improved pattern, which I will sell at t
price.s varying from tl
$25 to 8QO. ii
Persons of limited means can procure a
machine by paying part cash down, the bal
ance receivable in monthly installments.
SEWING MACIINES REPAIRED
at roasonable ilates. Satisfactory work or no
pay. GI VE ME A CALL.
nmy3 II. H. WILLERS.
IfHE large, swift and magnificent steamer
Will pnas Donaldsonville every SUNDAY, fl
between the hours ot I and 3 P: M., arriving C
in New Orleans at 7 P. M.
Will take passengers from Donaldsonville
to New Orleans at $2 50 each, meals included.
Passage up from New Orleans to D)onald
sonville $3 00. Will stop for hails at all
landings below Donaldsonville.
This arrangement will last during the sum
r onth. WM. CAMPBELL. e
f jn7-tf Master Steamer Katie.
IR. W. M. McGALLIAR),
Office in Crescent Place,
LAW AND NOTARIAL OFFICE.
aR. N. & WnT. Sinas,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
s Donaldsonaille, La.
Practice in Ascension, Assunmption and St.
James. mh22-. y.
i_ Attorney & Counselor at law,
Practices in all the courts of the Fourth
Judicial I)istiect-parisbhe of St. JaL.ns. St.
John the Bapti.t, St. (:C.arlcs and Ascens.ion
and in the Supreme Court of this State in
New Orleans. a26-73
it H1ENRY C. DIBBLE,
Attorney & Counselor at Law,
Asa NOTARY PUBLIC,
11 170 Common Street (Up stairs).
i, mh-ly New ORLEANS. LA.
JOHN S. DUNHAM'S
for PURITY and STRENGTH are UN
EQUALLED. All housekeepers who use
them like them. Try them! Your grocer
II has them! Sold by all Wholesale Grocers
ig in New Orleans.
gS HE "JOHNSONIAN INSTITUTE" and
Id L Lots upon whichit is situated are offered
for sale by consent of the Bishop of the Dio
cese and the vestry and presidinmg minister
of the Church of Ascension.
For terms and conditions apply to
he E. N. PUGII, Treasurer.
e Donaldsonville, March 15, 1873.
ir- J. D. AUGUSTIN, L. DEPOORTER,
,y St. Charles P.O., La. Edgard P. O., La.
s Augustin & DePoorter,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ay Will practice in all the pamrhes of thS e 4th
.Judicial District. and bfltre tlh, Sul,retmc
as I Court of the State. . ,,--2
N]EW AHvEEtarmN ]l.ll ..
Grandest Scheme Ever Known.
FOURTH GRAND G' T CONCERT
FOR THEi BENEFIT (V THr
Public Library ofe Ketucky.
12,000 Ca.` Gifts $1, J,000.
Every Fifth Ticket Drawl a &tift.
$2Co,ooo fo1* 0so.
The Fourth Grand Gift Cooeert authorized
oy special act of the Legislature for the ben
efit of the Publio Library of Kentucky, will
take place in Public Library Hall, at Louis
Wednesday, Dece.-ber 8, 187L
Only sixty thousand tic ° will be sold
and one-half of these a.e intended for the
European market, thus leaving only 30,000
for sale in the United States where 100 000
were disposed of for the Third Concert. ihe
tickets are divided into ten coupons or parts
and have on their back the Scheme with a
full explanation of the mode of drawing.
At this concert, which will be the grandest
musical display ever witnessed in this coun
try, the unprecedented sum of
divided into 12,000 cash gifts, will be distri
buted by lot among the ticket holders. The
numbers of the tickets to be drawn from one
wheel by blind children and the gifts from
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Cash Gift, - $250,000
One Grand Cash Gift, . . 100,000
One Grand Cash Gift, . 0,00
One Grand Cash Gift, - - - 2
One Grand Cash Gift, 17500
10 Cash Gifts $10,000 each, 100,000
30 Cash Gifts 5,000 " 10,00
50 Cash Gifts 1,000 " 50,0
80 Cash Gifts 500 " 4.0
100 Cash Gifts 400 " 40,000
150 Cash Gifts 300 " 45,090
250 Cash Gifts 200 " 50,000
J25 Cash Gifts 100 " M.0
11,000 Cash Gifts 50 " 0,000
Total, 12,000 Gifts, all Cash,
The distribution will be positive, whether
all the tickets are sold or not, and the 12,400
gifts all paid in proportion to the tickets sold
-all unsold tickets being destroyed, as at
the First and Second Comnerts, and not rep
resented in the drawing.
Price of Tickets
Whole tickets, $50- Halves, $ ; Tenths,
or each coupon, $.; 11 whelmss ir h,
21 Tickets for$ 1,000; 113 Whale Thists
for $5,000; 227 Whole TIkets hr $1e00.
f No discounts on less than SM wekt of
Tickets at a time.
The unparalleled suocess of the Third
Gift Concert, aswell as the satisthetio given
by the First and Second, ma.es it only nee
essary to annoance the Fourth to insure the
prompt sale of every Ticket. The Iourth
Gift Concert will be conducted In all its de
tails like the Third, and fall particulars may
be learned from ct rnlms, which will be
sent free from this ofoe to all who apply for
Tickets now ready for sale, and all orders
aceompraled by the money promtly filed.
Lieral terms given to thos who by to sell
again. THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
- Agent Public IAbrary Ky., and Manager
Gift Concert, Public Library Building Louis
Kenmore University High School
Amherst'C. H., Va.
Preparatory to the University of Va. H. A.
Strode (Math. Medaint U. Va.), Principal
andInstructer in JMathezmatics. H.C. Brock,
B. I it. I'. Va. (recently Asst. Prof. Latin U.
Va.), Instructor in Greek, .L4in, French,
German and Botany. this is one of the
leading high schools of Virginia, and pre
sents many advantages incomparable with
those of others. Students also received for
the summer. New session begins Sept. 15th,
1873. For catalogue address the Principal.
Agents Wanted for the New Book,
EPIDEMIC AND CONTAGIOUS
with the newest and best treatment for all
cases. The only thorough work of the kind
in the world. Embraces Small-Pox,
Yellow Fever, Cholera and all
analogous diseases. No YAMILY SAYP Wirl
OUT IT, and all buy it. Han 24 chromatic il
lustrations. The biggest.hance of the season
for agents. Address H. S. GOODSPEED &
CO., 37 Park Row, New York.
How, When and Where to Advertise.
See the Advertisers' Gazette. Sent
by mail for 25c. Address,
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
41 Perk Row, New York.
ý TO 2 d k PER DAY! AGENTST
l! T . i WANTED ! All class
es of working people, of either nex, young or
old, make more money at work for us in
Stheir spare moments, or all the time, than at
any thing else. Partioulars free. Address
G. Stinsoid& Co., Portland, Maine.
ADORN YOUR HOM1ES with tht,
new Chromo, "Awake" and "Asleep,"
-Sells like wildfire. The pair sent for 50 eta.
A large discount to agents.. Address W. F.
CARPENTER, Foxboro, Mass.
M ONEY made rapidly with Stencil &
Key Check outfits. Catalogues and
full particulars FaRs. 8 M. .rSPNCEX, 117
Hanover St., Boston.
We cure the habit permanently.
S PIUML cheap. quick, without sufferiug
or inconvenience. Descrilbe your
- Eaters. case. Address S. . AOSnxsosu,
M. D.. Berrien Springs, Mich.
' LIVER INVIGORATOR.
A purely vegetable eathartit and tonic, for
ilh l)spepdai:, Constipation, Debility, Sick Head
at:he, ]ilions Attacks, and all de.angements
of Liver. Stomach and Bowels. Ask your
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Send 25 cta. for the
A book of 144 pages, showing how, when and
r, where to advertise, and containing a list of
nearly 3000 newspapers, with much other in
formation of interest to advertisers. Addreds
GEO. P. HOWELL & CO., Publishers, 41
Park Row, New York.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
N- Advertisements inserted in papers in
ese every section of the country
r +'Rates lower than those of any other agency
is the United States.
re I' Advertisers will consult their own beat
|terest icy addressing
PtEX NYWITT, BENNETT & CO.,
Box 345, Washington, D. C.
nd TNVENTORM and others interested in
ad 1 PA TENT BUSINESS should address
io- Edaos Bro,, Patent Lawyers and So
ter licitors, 459 f1t ST., WAsnUiuro , D. C., for
Advice anod Circular.
If we report an invention patentable we
are willing to wait for our fee until a patent
Letter from Hon. D. P. HOLLOWAY, for
mer Commissioner of Patents, dated Wash
La. ington, March 30, 1868:
" I cheerfully commend to all persons who
may have blusines. in the Patent O(fioe the
firm of Edaon Bros.. as gentlemen of prompt
business habits, and, in :very respect worthy
Ith of confidence."
re ' I concur in the ab. e,."-T. C. TIIE1LAEt,
late Com. I'ats.