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rourth Judicial District.
fCoiiiprisiig te pa iatlw... of .w~u-44tS, `St.
t)ailtes, St. Js.-LCl.-c r11.ti.tp -1~ fijt I. (itarl" 1
Regular teinitt. .1 ( uto it) at AsV( mit of t
o~n the third Mluuiav,-ttt Mayii andt ut.Lr
Seventh Senatorial Distric;
f Comprising lie ptutrittHc of Alu'c~ioaiuuadS.Jens
State Sctiatior.... ieirr- Lait r~v.
Pariah of Ascension.
Parish .Ttid......... Hen-ry U. Maher.
Parish Attorny,......Fcrik nfl
Clerk of the Court,..-. L. ý;j)tutrte..
I.edrttdtr ......... )A W4'. Itistoid,
Set-retary aiidlrt-asur..t..- f . Vjekit;tir.
Asses-,.................... Felix Brandt,
Tax C.,atcctoi ............it. P'. Luotlty.
$heiif ................... .eter. A.J Jtjtes.
'Coronter ..................J. .J. 6 111lkaz, J.Ii
Jail 1'Ityiitttt...i..........W.M. MeU;allia rd,
AUtrieial J4,niud...........l).,'v Ilt' Citzij-'. I
I'oeattiiJjpiois. -t.'1 . Hlnson. It asi. Litt1
Hreury trevunan, 1I llery Vi, IP A. Al ca
Arthur Burnett, .lireph N t"z jer, *ltstl.t L.
r ent, WAill~ia King, Ilenry- Mle(all andl
)iktxao or SCnaoif. Dtuirrois.-Dr. E. It.
giaiit#-l, 1'resltdatlt -. . N. Pugh. Secreta ry
ýVieknair, Teaure~ir; 11ID Mioa, C.I).
Lefort, J. (J. W'arner mt,t.aL. 1). illownu.
sown of Donaldsonville.
11 ayor .................. redlerick Duffel,
'j ecretary......... tDavi'1 Israel,
reasurer ................Nraneis Viekuair,
Cnllevtcr.................. Aug. lleiegegay,
WVhzrf Lessee.............Feix Le ia o
Market L'-sse-e............amt St. Mar-tin,
f'erry Lessee..............ha thai Mousse,
UonstaIhle .........S. It. St. Martin.
sakeia. Journal............ ou'ville Ciii:t.
B a OF Ai.Dr~aMtEN.
First Ward,...It. (laverie, Jos. Ilurliridge.
Second I-f.. H S. Botudreaux, S. Rieurd.
'ithird Maui ini, Ursin Lanutiti.
liecently a niit II I 14 (uol14u in New
.Orleans dis5covered I hat lai Il~ttsbShld
waus payin g attO-ntion t 1.mo uather wot
1111411, 11n4arr ietd. Wt~ife detanaided that.
la-eu- fuithla Li'4 (iii slioii lil'5ttay at. h14)v1
andi attend to busit na t Hlusband~ tic
w~iued. '1hlen tindig'nilt wife en t a
basket of poisioneti cak~es toha lrieulal -
'rival da1idn't etut liny of thei eu-u 5, hart
nohrwownl~l did1, t~al diid. Restult,I
w4ite uataiated and will lii tried foru
'muirder. .poti i al :Wves, dont't. ititer
ft rc* with ',ouri litsbantits its such litI~o
Po~l. TtX--We. ttiiitc.tly cuijtut
thne j( axl11. A large /1lt tutO of it goels
schools11. iIn 1817 Ilit' atI4)4iott. of pa1 I
tax collectedl0 iv tis la rishi I woiti tt
to tianatt $ 1311, iihr l it s11o4i1d have
baeena $34X0. We0 14look to Mi. Coyle
- o4 assessS e.very iltha it) I h44 ptlishl :ltld
ve loo0k j4o tint text. L4-4i'4litili to
4411ke tho tit ltlYilt't of1 p ill taxK 11 110
If the4 pat~ty Whobse sticcess we be
I itl to 14 le patltli)) on11 it to eve!ry thing,
It. If the execultive colnii)llttec call
jt, we tare 4441)tell ; 144t we no1w its
is initrodHuce±d condemntiniitg thle Le-gis
defetedl14, ats it lutist. tsturedlt4y ought
isa be.-Alext-.rlria I)c:44o1-rtt.
We feel safe in the apiniola that n0
,otwln, State, palish or other locality
on this coltileait has come any where
1aet muakingt so Clemej a collectioi of
taxes as has Bayou Sara. Just think
of it: the deliaquent list aloon its to
iatly $14 47, awid of this ?ti is abso
lutely certain to lie collected, leaving
'ii ' tlhe inisignificant. son 1)t $8 47
L tttoxt ý uin liut a IInclleeted.
* - -Fteliciata Sentinol.
To always the happy result of qsing
'- 1td is Ginger TI'onic. I'hie mother
*I" s 8 ur suirsiingly in health and
etraeagtha 3re id,, and hlac babe thus
as haIlppy comfort tand peace
iWh allois hose wpadeafully the
a.taengtliened aneivous and physical
condition of the mother reflects itself
1)n her inursing little aitie. It is a rare
1141 fo t to have Ileaalahel1, Nervous
ness and Sleeplesancss sihad ned as
n' thIf I emedy can do it, while that
aia.1attaaa of 4)t lir t le tI tnss -Cholera
ltim ni nan n l a the dreaded Cholera,
J) selater%, Chaanlta atluas, Colicaad
Cra-snp, are shorn of their terrors
aid speedily inled by this ineompar
l e corrective apil illvigorant. Buy
iim your ati ala agat t.1 Rybiski, a $1
hottle or ia sCuniale bottle at I5cts and
test its merits.
The A ntecedents of*(iease.
Amonaag the 1uteCedalats of disease are in
ertuess ail the circulatiaon of the blood, ",n
anuatmaally attaanauted condition 91 the
physique, indicating that tho life current is
deoleent Ili natli-five proierties, a wan, hag
gard tihik. inability to digest the food, loss
of aaPlatite, slee}, and strength. and a sen
-aation of unnatural languor. All these may
be siegarded na anong the indiaia of ap
paruachlina disease. whir-h will eventually1
aattack the syvtem and uverwhetta it, if it is
not built up and faartified in advance. In
\ igarate. then, without loss of time, making
ec-hu of the greatest vitalizing agent ex
tant. Hostaetter'a Stomach hitters, ala elixir
whstirh has given health and vigor to Myriads
of the silk and debilitated, which is
aaoualied by vsicians and analysis to be
}}lure asn 1 &R"ta-tive, tvlaieh4s immaense
* llopnlati s is cbhhan-. aiffK extensively
pled tbroaad und lahie ha been .1im years
piaat.5ea ia the lIa sig mnediinal aples of
" And still they come." Ihead the follow
N. JKKINs-I hads Rhetilatisni for nmne
or ten ,aairs. t' eed three buttles of the
ýAnohlailator, and am to-dlty as free fromn
atilhalatriafm as any 1a8l1 in Mississippi.
S. B. JOHNSON,
Dry Grove, Hinds Co., Miss.
No sufferer from Rheunatisnm, Gout .r
N-aralgia, who has useatJeukins' Annihi
lator,"1tit will testf ' ta its woudealul
Iurativ po ra. Priee $1 yi bottle.
N. JN I 8 &t Co.. Prop1faetrs.
R ' . * New (jrlienas, La.
Items of Louisiana News.
(Iaienings5 ftriom tine Press.
Es' E. Feliciana Pat.-Jem : We
glove bunked 132 new subse:ibers
,since Januualy 1.
a t?+ ahboula _Yews: 'fie Stunday
I is stirictI (Ibt ,ed heir. I liie
mnerchjatis won't sell for love n lr
Cm St. Lland y D1emourat : Nut fur
muany s-atsonts have the prospects fur,
:il abmunant icrul been so tlatteringg
as at tile plreseilt.
[mss St. Charles Mirror: Ur. ,lir
celii 'Tassin, while placing a fence
lust, Uas seized with a strolke of ap
po1ilexy and expired shortly after.
tom'' Vienna Sentinel: A posse from
meat' Boatel passed here Sunday in
p1rs1 it lit :t horse thief. They re
tutrned home, however, anti found the
old m1nie quietly grazing in the vicini
is ' Franklin Sul: The chinch
hug is doing much damage to young
corn.(.. O the Holnes place, last
night, a negro man was killed by Miss
Mollie Diggins while attempting an
outrage upon her person.
IT Coushatta Citizen : Wm. Mu-
son, charged wit1l murder, escaped
from the parish jail, but was recap
itred-u..Ed. Groves, a very popular
Red river steamboat clerk, died of
heart disease in New Orleans on the
Lt Shreveport Herald: Henry
Johns, convicted of killing a soldier
in this city some years ago, and sen
tenced to ihe peniteintiary for life, but
who escaped while en route to that
institution, was recaptured by Deputy
Sheriff Barbee a few days ago.
Cr Caldwell Herald: Henry For
rand, aged twelre years, son of our
Shetift, was bitten by a rattlesnake
on the seconid finger of the left hand.
The yellow of an egg was applied to
the wound and a pint of whiskey
given the boy to drink. He is recov
I" Plaqucemile Observer : A little
daughter of Mr. Pierre Cauvin was
bitten by a mad dog, and so seriously
was she affected that she had to be
smothered to prevent injury to the
rest of the family. On the same day
another child of Mr. Canin's was
bitten by a rattlenake.
. t'- I beria Sugar-Bowl: It is now
regretted by some that the colored
man, Isaac, who burned Mr. Devezin
Oliver's sugar house and cotton gin
was hanged so precipitately, for it is
believed that he had acecniplices in
his criue, and would have given their
nimes had an opportunity been of
'V Iberville South : Win. Henry
Scott, who was found guilty of mur
der at the last term of Court for kill
ing Augustus Webb, had a new trial
at this term of the Court, and the
jury brought in a verdict of guilty
without capital puinishment.._.''lie
Grand Jury indicted Richard Read
for the murder of Grandison Arm
stead, a child, by poisoning.
T Concordia Eagle: Monday
night, on Chevy Chase plantation, an
assassin fired into the cabin of Jack -
Scott, wounding Jack and killing his
wife Malinda. Thomas Webb has
been arrested on suspicion .... The
prisoners in jail will be employed by
the Town Council to work on the
streets of Vidalia...Jno. Henry Wil- 4
liams and Floyd Robinson got into a
quarrel, which ended in Robinson's
getting a severe cut in the neck.
W Carroll Conservative : While
the thunder-storm of Monday eve
ning was passing over the Wyly Plan
tation, about four miles below town, C
the lightning struck a colored woman,
killing her instantly. She had a young
child in her arms which escaped un
hurt.-..Tuesday morning, Mr. Morris
Keene, a gentleman well-connected
and much respected in this parish,
took morphine, and passed into the L
portals of the unknown. We are not
fully informed as to the cause of his
hurrying out of existence, but it was
iiupposed to be depression of mind, s
produced by reverses of fortune. c
e A Gieile Hint.
e In ourstyle of climate, with its sud
den changes of temperature-rain,
e wind and sunshine often intermingled
in a single day-it is no wonder that
s our children, friends and relatives are
t so frequently taken from us by neg
a lected colds, half the deaths resulting
directly from this cause. A bottle of
i Bosehee's German Syrup kept about
* your home for immediate use will
- prevent serious sickness, a large doc
tor's bill, and perhaps death, by the
use of three or four doses. For cur
j ing Consumption, Hemn1morthages,
pueumnona, Severe Coughs, Croup or
any diseases of the Throat or Lungs,
its success is simply wonderful, as
your druggist will tell you. German
a Syrup is now sold in every town and
village on this continent. Sample
bottles for trial 10c; regular size, 75c.
The following letter is selected from hun
dreds on file in the office of Messrs. Ferslew
y & Co., Proprietors JUlGtGICLEWtczs ANTI
RHEUMATIC MIXTURE, P. O. Box 1406, New
Mr. C. L. St. Cyr, X07 Bourbon St., New
r Orleans, says:
I had been is sufferer with Rheunm
tism for about four years. when nol atten
tion was called to the "" Jurgielewicz Anti
Rhcumatic Mixture," and it produced a
most wondetful cure. When I commenced
f using the medicine, I had been prostrated
with the disease three months, for two
months of this period in bed unable to move.
The attack was in my left side below the
heart, and my physician said that as soon
as it reached the heart, which it mighlt do at
l any moment, it would kill me instrutly.
C On the third day of using your medicine I
went to church in the mornin g and took a
ride in the a'ternoon. This is now two
years Piince. I have had several atticks
wince but they yield readily to the reme.ly
r an4 are getting further and further apart.
- I' hiae had no attack for the last ten
I months . at least sixty sufferers with Rheu
itatiqi have used your medicine upon my
recomaendation, and in every instance
he. 3hey been relieved.
ILL CURE RHEUMATISM.
Vegetine vs. Electricity.
Uniaws., Oimo, Feb. 19th, 1877.
MR. B.. B. STmVxwe, Boston, !lase.:
gDear Sir-' feel ly indebted to your excellent
medicine. Vegetine ftor what it hue donefor me. iI
have been subjected to RB unMATIE r all my lie.
Was attacked with it three years ago, and suffering
1'terrible pains in my sheet, back end !nobs for six or
eight months at which time I commenced using
Vesith on tee advice of a friend, who had been en
tirely cured by it. I had saercely used a half hottie
until the pain had left me, and my leneral health
began to improve rapidly under influence of this
greatblood purifer. I had alo suffered dreadfully
from aNasal Catarrh for seven orOightyeara. After
taing the frst bottle of Veletinr I soicUed a great
change for the better. The consteat pain and eav.
We" that I bad over tmy eyes for ycars disappeared
and the dischare of macus from the head ceased.
M~y appetite got better, and strength seemed torcoms
with every dose of medicine. Too much cannot be
said in its favor, and I always take pleasure in rhet
dingtto std f Fre o whoee. olubVs.ff
C Fm ly edicin0. eb.1,17.
' ~Mu. E.R yvvie: AI RO pH81
Deer Sir-I wsh to irmloud whatr fege s tine
tr hd areRheumatism aDsutr Bfood.
p and verfs. ectsucs oars
beai ue. RI mysel
atnthe presternt t nimeusng thelegrp fetin a
V u ed dc the Vegetine frOtsbadNrosDblt,
Mut to othrs withgoodis
Deam and- I nr ho tly beiever yohatte Vegetine histh
detoedne fr myfml.Egte othe above-name disase ta
ther isand se alway wish advse keer to try houe a
efamllmed fit sieea. e enKr..cre. I myself
tthprsnt A Fam uily thedlogine or hu
ts thj O mamscces . 0My 0 oth r l d ughe b87s
Dsedte Sir-Ihave beenCtarule and Nufereosd a grea
e dand notbee curemandy benefited ma htsute haver
V ecomtene e t tos bee n crd y nihece, was go cred
mess. and I hofnesumtlbeieme bya usin yourmedicithe.g
bi.,so medcie is able tbov-attend t etdiseae tat
ctol her feead I lws vary thankfl fo yor yomediie
"c sh has1 b Wea get sudere ftrom IThonitim
to se and ll. teVeetn forlmbs suc
t LIAB I Fa ily ET heis ife.
ISaux'l OsyonvApile Street .
Deer r l hav ve eentcbed ndstrferet ys
dealfromCatrrh.I hae tied nsati ho.e
did Anot culssremald bestated omeru a weah
ran, an od esdent, end wel knwning Cor inoine atia
etrlofRheumatism by aDseas yofr thediBlood.
Stne. blee inshisde is fbe ouatnd toherntudnaneat
of Stei feGeTli acsb overt hnflfryu eiingetO
forom its dibee d cogr ditioffre from aRheualthy sc.
pmlation. Wi new bottle o eise will cue rehf; ut
t efetap rmanent cr, Ytoust takeu rguy,
same~~~~1 Bseto eus asooeyoull whore ayt
never ound s much rehaf St romte ueto. V
Mrlf. which in ca sralstaed excusiely of bealks
DAWSON At BAXTER
Presoripion Dro Bns.
Vassess is highly spoken of by all whohav tried
Druggist and Chemist,
Sells pesdeal of VEGETINE, and it gives good
muistacttoo in all o5555.
T. P. SMITH & CO.,
V . sells first-rate, gives good u21t"
tied a good medicin.
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetineis Sodhby allDruggists,
Tin and Wooden Ware,
Curlinary Articles, etc.,
CLARETS FOR FAMILY USE,
By the Bottle, Gallon or Demtujohn.
Bottled Liquors a Specialty.
Intersection of Lafourche and Chetima
ohes streets, or SAM'S POINT,
Striet at~tention p~aid to putting up P'rovi
sions for Flat-Boats and filling ourers for
choice Fruits, Vegetables nod Fish for DIN
NERS, WEDDINGS AND PA TILES.
C IIA t C0AI,
by Sack or IHoghead always on hand. jaul
L OST, on the steamer .1. It. Uanua. on or
about February 4, t878. a pocketbook
cotaining a 1t w dollars ini currency, three
notes of ý4;l el-h, payable April 1. October
I and December 31, 1873, signed and en
dorsed by v n. Gibson, attd other valuable
papers. The tiuder is welcome to keep the
currency if he will leave ti pocketbook and
papers at the CHIEF other, Do~nalsonville.
nrli A ALEX. S. LANIDRY.
SI OS. IILLEISEN,
Tinand Sheet-Iron Worker,
DOXNALDSON FILLE, LA.
Mlanufnetlurer of Strike Paus, Evaporating
Pans, Clartifier, Juice Boxes, Syrup Tanks,
Climnleys and Broeehings. Force and Litt
putuls, etc. Steam Trains pult up and fully I
guaranteed. Also keeps on hand a full sup
ply of Iron Pipes and Fittings, for steam
and water use. Jobbing and country orders
promptly atl-eded to lt moderate chytrges.
U. S. Internal-Revenue Special Taxes.
W".tsIItNGTON, February 1.4. 1t 8.
TNDEiR the Revised Statutes of the Uni
i) ted States, seetions 3232, 3Ž37, 32:38 and
I 33.19. every person engaged in any business,
avleatiln or employment IIhich renders hins
liable to i1 special tax, is required to procure
a11d place and keep conspieujOusly in eis es
tablislthmnltl or place of butsilccss a STASP tie
noting the paymIent of said speeial tax for
the .Lpeiial-tax year beginning May 1, 1878.
Section 32-14; Revised Statutes, designates
twho are liable to special tax. A return, as
prescribed on Form II, is also required by
lair of ev Ierlerson liable to special tax us
above. Sutere penu!ties are prescribed for
non-co m11iance with the for-going reljuire
nutlits, oi Iu" continuing in business after
April t30. 1 , Ilithoult paymnllt of tax.
Applications should lie mad- to JOHN
COCKl-EM. olleetor of Inte-nal Revenue,
at New Orleans, La. (.REEX it. RAU3.
CoIltr let. Rev.
Deputy- Collector JOHN A. SWIFT will
be at D1naldsounvlle Court-house onl the
13th mtid 14tli of May, ror the purpose of
eollccting, the taxes above refe rred to.
ap6-4t Colltr Dist. of La.
OF EVERY KIND!
TILE U NI)LIlSIGNE
legs le]a to inform the publi that hL ham
aul-tc on hbad a full t1tok of COFFINS of
All Styles, Sizes and Prices,
Plain Pine Coffin to the Rosewood Cas
ket and Metallic Burial Case.
I gIuaantt& satiTO hTiolt ill tVOr' ittohante
and better ttr tini Tti;iT cull lie had inl New
Orleans or elsewhere.
I hlae also a31 elegant
For Hire at Reasonable Rates.
When the Coflin is purchasod at my es
tablishment the Hearse will be furnished
for the funeral, if desired, at HALF PRICE.
Prompt attention given to all business.
Apply to or address,
G. W. MITCHELL,
LIVERY, SALE & FEEDBSTABLES,
Cor. R. R. Aveintie and Iberville street.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF
ASCENSION-Be it remembered, that
on this 27th day of March, A. D. 1878, a ma
jority of the Jury Commission of t'ae parish
of Ascension, appointed and sworn in con
forniity with Act No. 14 of 1877, regular
session of the General Assembly, approved
March 8, 1877, consisting of Allen Thomas,
Nemours Bel, Austin Duncan and L. E.
Bentley, Clerk of Court for said parish, met
at the Clerk's office, in the town of Donald
sonuille, in said parish, and then and there.
in the presence of the other members of the
Commission present, N'etours Bet proceed
ed to draw from the " general venire box,"
one at a time, the number of names of per
sons required for service at the ensuing term 1
of the Fourth Judicial District Court for this
parish, to be beguni and holden on
Monday, the 20th day of May, A. D. 1878. 1
And therefrom fifty untmts were drawn to
compose the grand andl petit jurors for the
first week of said court, as follows:
oainc1. Ward. Aasie. Wfard.
L Edward Duftfl 1 Thoias Dyer 2
J Gondran Dugas 4 DUutini LeBlane 8
Antoine Vegus 4 Joseph Gonzales 7
Pierre Klopman 4 Henrn Ford 1
L D Arcentaux 2 Thomas Miller 6
Henry McCall 2 Maneil Moutiin o 3
Siliaus Giautreaiu 7 Felix 8 Bahin 1
Thomas Marchand t .1 A Hiianil Jr 5
E F Babii 8 Martin Gomez 2
Ephraiii Brown 5 C Arianid Gaudin u
Hunryi King 6 C 1) llouin 7
Chas Oberkuamp 4 Wit S Little 1
L A Landry 4 Doctor W'right 2
ILerhule Gantreau 5 Henry Johnson 2
Desire Lndry 4 Mar'n 31elancon Jr 4
Duhissat G rigoire 3 Numa Brasset 2
Ilrsin Argreve 8 Nicholas North 4
Manuel Laidry I Valsin Bourgeois 5
Ernest Pedcselaux 4 L Aimee Richard 4
Gottlieb Hlohensce 2 L A Colomb 4
George Robertsop 8 Denuis Butler 4
Butler Murray 4 Wti i P Denham 8
Odressi Crochet 2 Ozenie Lenares 3
Anthony Tasker 3 Ben jamini Lewis 8
Solomon Schonberg 4 Doddridge Smith 3
And it being the judgment of the Com
mission that a jury iiay be required for the
second week of said court. at said term,
thirty additional names to serve as petit
jurors for the second week of said court
were in the same manner and at the same
time drawn from said'- general venire box,"
and were is ftllows, to-wit:
,ame. Ward. Jams. WWerd.
.Jos 1) Templet 4 J Donat Monson 4
Desimond Vidal I Ernest Marchaud 5 1
Nere Landry 2 E B LeBlane 2 1
Ursin Landry 4 Dennis Francois 5 1
Charles Turner 4 Ot 0 Landry I
los Artand Jr 4 Felieien C Hebert 1
John II Ioudrean 5 Albert Duffel I
A T Grigshv 3 Wm P l)ixon 8
Saiuel King 5 John B Quimby 4
Rudolph lIiaud "1 Joseph Iteynanil 4
Beujamii Lewis 6 Chas Aquestrehaui 7 1
Lazarre l)ngas 4 Silvain LeBlanc 5
Henry I)ruega 2 James Jones 7
1 II WVillers 4 Charles N Lewis 1
Iletiry Brand 4 Augustus Knight ti
And the sidl Conuission did thereupon
place the ballots which were so drawn for
each week in separate envelopes, under
seal, and endorsed thereon the week for
which they were drawt. and thr whole be
ing pii ned in a box provided for til t pur
pose, said box was sealed and placed in the
custody of the Clerk of Court for use at the
next term of the District Court of this par
This proces having been drawn up by the
Clerk of the Court aforesaid, is signed by
hint, and by the iiembers of said Jury Com
uission, this 27th day of March, A. D. 1878.
(Signedi ALLEN THOMAS,
L. E. BENTLEY,
[L. S.1 Clerk of Court.
A true copy of original proves rcrbal on
file and of record in my office. Witness niv
Land and seal, Clerk's office, parish of As
tension. this 28th March, A. D. 1878.
[L" S.J L. E. BENTLEY,
m30-30d Clerk of Court.
Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW ORLEANS.
Cor. Caroudelet and Gravier streets.
S. M. Todd................. President.
Root. W. Otgd'n............vice President.
Andrew Pation i............2d Vice. Pres.
Dr. W. McGALLIARD, Medical Examiner,
J UST COMIES, General Agent,
d15-ly DONA L )S.VON ITLLE.
OF NEW ORLEANS.
James I. Day .............President,
Paid ti p Capital, - - $300,000
Jui. G. Gaines, James 1. Day,
E. J. Hart, George Jonas,
IH an lit ushaw, Emoiiy Clapp,
IlHuh W ilson, T. L. Airev,
11 lii-,, u. Jatnes llyriies,
,ih hedn .J. L. Harris.
liii rls Maucrenily, Lioiiil C. Lucy,
IA L " your, W. II. Mehuibid
Ilichi itd F lower. L. Ak-us, t
J. Weis I. I-'atjo.
I Wi. Taiylor. Scott MuGelie,
J. C. Mortis, Isaac L. Haus.
diS It- D~uh authorized eounttry "alleiter.
The New No. 8F
WHEELER & WILSON
NO SHUTTLE TO THREAD.
Work Runs from the Operator.
Does not Oil-the Thread or'Goods.
HAS SELF-SETTING NEEDLE.
It will sew from Tissue Paper to
the Heaviest Goods, even LEATHER,
without change of teusion. A child can learn
to operate on itit ten minutes.
Machines of all Kinds Repaired.
SECOND-HAND MACHINES, and all
styles of the Wheeler & Wilson manufacture,
Oils, Attachments, Thread,
Needles (60cts. a dozen),
Ladiespatterns all sizes,
Eor sale by
T. A. KINGSTON, Agent,
15 Railroad Avenue,
Rev. Dr. Sophar, Principal.
Cor. Railroad Avenue and Attalapas Street,
All the branches of a finished education,
in both modern and ancient languages are
taught according to the most liberal and
solid methods. The facilities, character and
standing of this institute are sufficiently
known, and the patronage of its old friends
and of the public generally is respectfully
The College, for both sexes and selftun
derstood. non-sectarian, comprises Academic,
Iuteruiediate and Primary Departments.
There are day and mwaning sessions.
For terms of tuition or board apply as
Corner Chetin-aches and Attakapas streets, is
Donaldsonville, La. 1i
Mons. M. KEATING returns thanks to the t
people of Donaldsonville and vicinity for p
the liberal patronage heretofore bestowet li
upon the Academy, and begs leadb to say s
that no effort will be spared to merit a con- n
tinuance of public favor. F
A limited number of pupils from aoroad a
will be received and furnished with board u
and lodging. For terms of tuition, etc., up- f
ply to or address ¶1
MRS. C. KEATING. r
mar2l Donaldsonville, La. U
A. B. LE VISEE, C
.ttorney at Law.
Office. 604 F Street N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Will practice in the Supreme Court of the
United States, Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia, and in the Court of Claims.
And will attend to such business as may
he entrusted to him in the PATENT OF- '
FICE. LAND OFFICE, and in the other
Departments of the Government.
Special attention given to the prosecution
of claims for
ARREARS OF PAY,
and cotton or other Property Destroyed by ]
the Federal authorities during the war.
W. W. IIUFORD, Agent,
o6tf Donaldsonville, La.
in these times, but it
cau be made ini three
months by any one
of either sex, in any.
part of the country who is willing to work
steadily at the employment that we furnish.
$66 per week in your own town. You need I
not be away from home over night. You
can give your whole time to the work, or
only your spare moments. We have agents I
who are making over $=O per day. All who 1
epgage at once can make money fast. At I
the present time money can not he made so
easily and rapidly at any otlwr business. It
costs nothing to try the business. Terms
and $5 Outfit free. Address at once,
7-'28-ly H. HALT ETT& Co., Portland Maine
TO HAVE GOOD HEALTH THE LIVER
MUST BE KEPT IN ORDER.
& DR TIC
14 R IAF
FJ MILYV I - '9Ett~Ah
FORDIE S DrLATco n cs
For l'amplh!et: addres U.. D4 et,, N-a: Yuok.
A positive cure for iRheuiitisnM, Gout,
Neuralgia, and all disIA ass ariring from im
pure blood. The Jurgielewiez Anti-Ithen
rautic Mixture is the imost popular medicine
in the country snore of it is sold than all
other hlluiaitic Medieiiun together, and it
is the most c(isAtly patent tuedicine for tha
price in existence.
It is recoluntended by all the leading phy.
sieians, and is a pure vegetable mixture.
Should the patient find no r-lief front the
use of one or two bottles, re may feel as.
sured that he is not suffering from any of
the shove diseases, and it will be of no use
to continue it. Price $1 per bottle.
For sale in Donaldsorville by N. BEL.
FERlSLEW & Co., Proprietors,
P. O. Box 1406, New Orlbans.
Dr. J. ISELGARDO,
proprietor of the
Great Medical Wonder,
a cure for
Salt Rheum, Ulcerated Sore Legs, Erysip.
elas and Dropsy, Biliousness, Sick Head
ache, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cramps.
Acting directly on the liver and kidneys,
hence is a sure cure for Dyspepsia, Back
ache, Side-ache, Scrofula and Worms..
cure guaranteed for TAPE-WORMS.
Every description of Piles and all private
Office: Mrs. Hether's Residences
Missiqpippi street, between St. Patrick and
ang18 DONALDSON VILLE.
R H. BLOOMFIELD, -
P. O. Box 75,
Will attend to the following branches of the
SURVEYING, running out and retracing
old lines, and establishing permanent
MAPPING-accurate plans of plantations
made on durable paper.
DRAINAGE-leveling for canals and lev
ecs, estimating cost and supervising con
struction of the same, and locating drminiag
MECHANICAL-drafting mechanical in
ventions for obtaining patents. Also for
construction of buildings. ap8-76
The Great Southern Remedy for
AND NEURALGIA I
Those terrible enemies of human happi
ness, Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
heretofore seemingly unconquerable, have
indeed found their master in Jehkins' Anni
hilator. We have the testimony of men of
the highest standing in Louisiana and other
States, that after suffering indescribable
I pains for years, from which they sought re
lief in vain by visiting the Hot and Warm
springs of Arkansas and Virginia, and by
using dozens of remedies more or less highly
praised, when, in fact, hope had almost died
I out, they cave found relief from pain by the
I use of the Anuihilator, and by continuing it
- for a short time, have been perfectly cured.
The Annihilator is a preparation purely
vegetable, agreeable to the taste, a' may
be taken without fear of any injurious re
sults by the delicate as well as the robust in
la Price $1 00 per bottle. For sale by all
Druggists. Ask your Druggist for circular
containing certificates, or send to
N. JENKINS & CO., Proprierors,
New Orleans, La.
FINLAY & THOMPHSON. Wholesale Drug
gists, New Orleans, La., General Agents for
Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama,
Arkansas and Florida. mra9-1y.
A Mystery _olved.
- The Greatest Medical Triumph of Moder*
r Times! The Mysterious Channel of Dis
ease Discovered, and a Certain Cure
1 Provided. The Stomach, Liver,
and Bowels the Centre
The Great Anti-Bilious Remedy and
PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS,
Are the result of long-continued Scientific
investigation, and are WARRANTID to cure
all diseases originating in the Stomach, Liver
and Bowels. No griping pains follow the
use of these Pills, unless the Bowels are in
flamed; but RELIEF, IMMEDIATE RE
LIEF, may be relied upon.
As a Common Family Physic
.PARSONS' PURGATIVE -PILLS
Stand unequaled before the world to-day.
By varying the dose according to directions,
1'arsons'Purgative Pills effectually Purify the
Blood and greatly alleviate if not entirely cure
Dyspepsia, Serofula or King's Evil, Rose,
Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, Erup
tions, and Eruptive Diseases of the Skin,
Salt Rheum, Tetter, Ring-worm, Sores,
Boils, Tumors, Morbid SwellinghsUleera
tions, Pimples and Blotches.
EVERY BOX WARRANTED!
Most Complete Satisfaction Guranteed
OR NO PAY.
Full directions around each box. Physi
cians supplied by mail, post-paid, for $2.50
per thousand, in bulk, cash in advatce. We
will send these Pills to any reliable druggist
or merchant to sell on commission.
Agents wanted everywhere.
I. M. JOHNSON & CO
juidi-ly Manufacturers, BANGOR, qnA ".
THE GREAT CAUSE
y) Just Published, in a Sealed ,"elope.
k I Price six eents.
i. A Lectureeon the Nature, Treat"
d nment, and Radical cure of Seminar
u Weakness, or Spermatorrhma. induced by
r Self-Abuse, Involuntary Emissions, Imps
: tency, Nervous Debility, and Impediments
o to Marriage generally; Consumption, Epi
.t lepsy, and Fits ; Mental and Physical Inc&
o paeity, Etc.-By ROBERT J. CULVER
it WELL. M. D., author of the " Green Look,"
The world-renowned author, in this ad
0 iirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
own experience that the awful consequences
of Self Abuse may be effectually removed
without medicine, and without dangeros*
surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
I rings. or cordials ; pointing out a mode of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which
every snlerer, no natter what his com.dition
iay be, vmay cure himself cheaply, private
'. and radically.
r This Lecture will prore a boon to
thousods and thousands.
eSut. under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any adlresi, oi receipt of six cents, or two
loeage sl taups.
Address the Publishers,
TIHE C1LVERWELL MEDICAL CO..
11 Ann St., New York; Post-office Boy. 45Sl