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Two lplla:rs a Year. oF CIAL . ' To Or()F E OF S:C5I:TRY OF TATE. SrTys: oF Iý,l.ItinLf , New Orleans. July 17, 1878.) In pursuance of artlele 147 of the consfi tuotion of this State, publication is ihereby given to thpL .oters of this State of the pro posed a. eidneutd . of the constitution of this State. agreed to by two-thirds of the memberse elected to eclh house of the General Assembly, at its session. of 1878, and which are required to ie publishbed, tiree mnonths be+x the niext general election for Relprc seuUves t to tl gc ierpel Assembly, it at least one une ,sapaer in every parish oq this ,State in which a pucropner shall be pub lished. Said ane,ilu~ien~ appear more fully in acts N a. 73 a.l 74 of the regular session of the Gckeral Assembly of 1878, which are officially pibyiched tor i.e information of the v le 1 h I be siubmittcd to the . l l ral ection, to be . held vetmber, 1878, ii th ' peopl ay vote ment t at a .or amen itcnte, is j s 5a1 be e a part of the coantitutieu. SWILL. A. fl'.triM G. Secretary of tate. Oonstitatiofal Amendments. AC' No. 73, R. S. OF 1878. Nureeber One. That the seat of government shall be es tablishec) at the city of Baton JLouge or at the city of New Orleans. as the majority bf the voters of the State may determine at the next ensuing election; those voting to lo cate the state capitil at Biaton Rouge shall indorse on their tickets, " For State Capital, Baton Rouge; " those voting to locate the ,capital at New Orleans shall indorse on their tickets, " For State Capital, New Or leans." (Strike outd'rtiele one hundred and thirty o () NO. 74, R. S. OF 1878. Aumber Two. Representatives shall he chosen on the first Tuesday after the first M3ouday in No femima% every two years, and the eleetl.th shall I.e completedl in one day. ThIe General lssemibly shall meet on the first Monday in January, 1V'987., snd hicnually thereafter, on the first lMonday inl January, unless a tliffer ont th 'n appoiut .14. law, inin th~l is istons shg1 tjtI. it seat tp-gmep n.n (Strik. ot . vrenteel* C ) Aiomber Three. After the year' 1878 the General Assembly tluillinot have power to levy in any one yeas fo.; all State purlposes more than one p..r centuma taxation, nor shall any collece Sinil of uIlttce than one per centum taxation be made in any one year, on the actual eash value of all real and personal property liable ,o taxation, except in case of' a foreign in Fu.lon or a domestic insurrection, and in that event any additional taxation shall only be for the immediate purpose of repelling lnvasion or an re ing insurrection. 'Ie t ýll hall -lt levy or col t in any one year more than one and one Jf yescentum taxation on the actual cash ;lwUl wisd poelmde prei~rty liable to taxuli Its ins. No par 1mb er c.il.- orporation, exoept the a rll tf erleans, shall levy or collect n. a . i more thian one per centul tax pa a lli n the actual cash value of all the peah and peteonal property liable to taxation nL.I t its lit . T. e Geneal Assembly ~t t have power to issue any bond or l'edge the faith of the State for any purlpos, shall it anthorise any parish or imani eipsl corporation to issue any bond or create any-debt; provided. thit this shall not pro Iibit the issue of new sonds in eachange for old Lmnds, where the debt or rate of interest sa no increased. a nbtmr Four. U She er of the Qeneral Assembly to tisill he mid a salary of fiiv hundred dol- In lars ($50) per session, anId actual traveling tU Aspensew by the nearest i*eticable route, U pst to xeeed fifty dollars ($54) for any one ye tatbsm ; provided, that if two sessions are pr --- in the same year they shall receive for y aooaid seaion in that year avalary of ji two hundred and fifty dollars ($'i5l) of ac tual traveling expenses by the near- is pet prasticabid route, not to exceed fitty dol- F lacs ($50j for any one member. Ti' regular Pblenfal .essio .lll t exceed ty days ian duration, liL byote of.'tlr i.tl of ipenbers elected to eachl house of the (Gen out article thirty-nine.) a YJumer nie. tl The Oelra Anarmblf hall not pass any teal or special law chlmging the venue in t priminal cases. changing the manner of per- r sons legitimating children, vaca:ting raids, d preets or alleys, remitting flues, penalties, r and forfeitures or relf.nding moneys t legally paid into the transsury : etl'eeting the estates of minors, or persons under disabili ty, .iapthng prolperty froml taxation, cre- a ating any monopoly, legalizing the unauth- 1 prlsnlI or invalid acts of any officer or uagent pf the State. or of any parish or mnnici inlity : grunting any extraenoIpensatioi to any public olicer. agent or contractor, after , - been reciuerese or 'atqted aby parish senat, or g tu e, except by tle assent of the majority of the qualttfle eletors of the par ash or parishas, to be affected ; in all other where a general law can be wade ap no local or special law shall be " eonumber Sire. ye o overnor shall receive a salary of M21 thousand dollars per annum, payable on his own warrant. -t e out article flfty-six.) • - Niaumer Seven. 'flee IAntenant Govstator shall receive a which shall ila doable thatl of a suem the Oeueral Assembly. kil out article tiff v-ieven. ) Num ber 'ight. ety bill which shall have passed Ihotlt houses shall ie presentel to the tGovernor : If he approve it, he shall sign it; if he does return it, with is objectias, in which it mri nated, sith e objections, at large apon its I roced to reconsider it. If, l t nleseslderattion, two-thirds of all ~ u.tsnt in that house shall topras the kill, it shall be sent, with h objections, to the other house, by which I t sil likewunse il, ani. if ap vi by taw Ourf- iatbers pres ;Sin1 i i qt tlali b . But in 'h "' of both h.n e shall be s :yeas and nays, and the o ibI voting or or against the ll, be entered upon the journal of ce seetively. It auy bill shall e.trae by the GoveruoFl within five ter it shall have been pireeplted to it shall be a law. in like manner as if iagned it, uinless the ileueral Assem S, b oy rdj muet. prevent its return; in S ease, within tlirtt days, the Governor pabil le the NO haSicetiouis there the ' o toflte Secretary of State, puotl e thberef : otherwise it flaw, as if he had signed it. S vatiarVS of State shall colmulni . obicctious and bill so deposited to in which it oriiasted on the first lleeting of the next General As se j who shall act ulon the same as abohe ed.o. T Gove t wveernor shall have Su e~dcuY~~asiais in any bil) , i g' t ey.r, enmbracin distient other ssortioIgxa the partf of the tW1 alp I 1 dal l liU .iest law, il)(1 the itemll or g to the set artile aixt --six . X.ý r. i" o o salary is ied Iby the ~iblbur. sall be ahlulwel any fees or s ki =of oiee. Tl.e jud;cial power shall he vested in , - supreme court. district courts, and in jus tices of the peace. The district courts shall d have original jurisdiction in all civil cases * where the amount in dispute exceeds one hundrlied dollars, exclusive of interest. Ju -criminal eases, and in all probate matters. S theirjurisdiction shall be unlimited. They 0 shall have appelltte jnrisdiction, in eivil f suits from justices of the peace, whcn the P amount in dispute exceeds ten dollars, ex clusive of interest. The justices of the peace shall be elected by the electors of each par ish in the manner and with the quadifica- , tigns to he determined by the General As- a seeably. They shall bold office for the termsl of two years, and their compensation shall ' be fixed by law. Their jurisd ictiou in civil cases shall not exceed ane hundred dollars, exclusive of interest, subject to an apyeal to the district court, id all cases when the t amounnt in dispute shall exceed ten ,ollars. exclusive of interest. They shall have such t criminal jurisdiction as shall be conferred 1 hy law. The General Assembly shall have power to vest in the clerks of the district 1 courts the right to grant su'ch orders and do nsuch ats as nmay be deemed necessary foi t the furtherance of the administration of I justice. In all cases the power tlhu granted shali be specified and determined. (Strike out articles seventy-three,. eighty- I live, eighty-six, eighty-seven, eighty-eight, eig sty- i-*, nifiety-one, and out. junda:d and tli i 5-three.; 2unumber Eleven. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall receive a salary of seven thousand do - lars per annum, and the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court shall each receive a salary of six thousand five hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly on their own w arrant. rn Number reelve. The General Asseimby shall divide the State into judicial districts, which shall re mlin tneleinuged for four vi-ars, and for each district one judge. learned in the law, shall be electd by apluralityof queltfied electors thereof. For each district there shall be one district court, except in the parish of Orleans, in which the General Assembly may estalish as many district courts as the pnblic inter est may require, not to exceed the number now authorized by existing laws, except by a two-thirds vote of all the miembers elected to Ibth branches of the General Assembly. Until otherwise provided by law, the distries courts now existing in the parish of Orleans shall have the jurisdiction at present con ferred bhv law ; no redistricting or change shalll hee madeso as toi take effect during the incullbency of any judge. The number of districts in the State shall not be less than thirty nor more than forty-five. The Gen oral Assembly shall provide by law for at least four terms annually of the district court in every parish. 'The General Assemn bly shall hlve the power to create circuit coiurts, to be constituted, by grouping the district judges into circuits, and composing the circuit court of thme,.mnJge~of th.tistrict courts within such cirifts. 'rTo dltstt the place or places of meeting of said circuit courts so constituted, and to vest said cir cult courts with appellate jurisdiction froml the district courts within the circuit where tie samnount involved exlteeds onme hundred dollars ($100) exelusive of interest, and does notexceed five hundred dollars ($~00) ek. elusive of interest. The General Assembly shall have power, by a two-thirds vote of al the members elected to both houses, to re strict the appellate jurisdiction of the- Sn Spresee Co rt to causes where the asliount in volved exceeds one thousand dollars ($1000) exclusive of interest; and in case of such restriction, the circuit eounts so to be ore ated shall have appellate jurisdiction of the class of oases thus excluded from the ap elate juridietion of the Supreme Court. e se clerks of the district courts shall be elected by the qualified voters of their re. . spective parishes, add shAll hold ;heii oftices for four years. i+ (Strike out article eighty-three.) e Nwmser Tkfreesn. Each of the district judges shall receive a r salary, to be fixed by law; which, except in it the Iparish of Orleans, shall not he less than two thousand dollars, nor more than three thousand dollars per asuam, payable quar y terly on his own warrant, and which shall 1- not be inereased nor diminished duripg his g term of office. 11e must be a citizen of the u, United States, over the age of twenty-five te years. and have resided in the State and "e practiced law therein for the space of two r y3ears next preceeding his election. The it judges of the district courts shall hold their )) office for the teurm of ifor years. In the .:r r- ish of Orleans the annual salary of the l- district judges shall not exceed five thou tr and dollars, to be paid as above provided. rs I (Strike out article eighty-four.) In lieu of the office of district attorney, established by article uinuety-two of the con stitution of llM , there shall be elected, by the qualified vt(rs of each parish, a State's attorney therefor,.who shall be a citizen of the United States aud who shall have been a resident of the State, and a practicing and dluly licensed attorney at law, for at least t.'o years. le shall receive a salary from the State of not less that? three or more than seven hundred dollars per annum, to be provided by law upon the basis of repre sentation lit the house of Rlepresentative., and payable qularterly on his own warrant. lie shall be ex-offirio attorney of tihe parish, and receive such salary therefroml as may be tixed by the parochial authorities, not to exceed seven hundred dollars per annum. lie shall, moreover, receive such fees of of fice as may be allowed by law. In the eit( of New Orleans the State's attorney shall receive such compensation t'fru the city, in addition to the salary above provided, as may be established by law. lie shall he elected at the suine time with the judges of the district courts, and shall hold his otlicee ior the term offotr years. Number Fifteen. In every case where the judge may be re cueseri and when he is not personally inter ested in the matters in contestation, he shall select a lawyer, having the necessary quali fication required for a julge of his court, to try such cases and the General Assembly shall provide by law for the trial of those cases in which the judge may be personally interested. or when lie may b absent or re fuses to act. (Strike out article ninety.) .Number Sixteen. In order to provide for the establishment of the judicial system ereated by the above almndlments, and to prevent the evils of an interregnum, it is hereby ordained by the people of Louisiana: F1rst-That the General Assembly, which meets the first Monday in January, 1879, shall, in accordance with tile forelhing amendments, immediately redistrict the .S;tate, nod provide for the authority of clerks, and the election and criminal juris diction of justices of the peace. Scond--That as soon as tlia Le"islature shall have acted as aforesaid. rt.e lovernor shall by proclamation call an election for justices of tel peace for each parish, except the parish of Orleans, and for district judges, in each district created by the redistricting, where one or more parishes have been added, or taken from the existing d'tdkeint district, aytd for State attorneys, as above provided, excep in the parish of Orleaps, where the district atolrney for the parish shall be State attorney. ' This tlection shall be held on the same day throughout the State, which day shall not be less than sixty j(or more than ninety days after the passage of said act. The terms of the oficera eletedl at saidl election shall expire at the general elec tion of .I, iUe limitation on the l ýge of districta, o·er than onet ev 'ur years, shall not be. cuaidered as hlaying ef feet efuire tlhe geierli election of 1880. Third--That the judicial systen, ad es.tab ishbled by the e b tha1 re i aiu int fitehr nntrl1. 't~i ~plf;tlp of" the bivtjiat). day after said elettioup, expltiing fr t. e cytumputation the day of the el.c Uoi. "Fourth--The adoption of these ameti meits ball not vacate the olees o the presstm clerk of courts in each parish. .iumber &eesaeren Artlis od e headred and thirty-two of the constitution shall be abrogated. Xoc:,iber ti./hteeci. The SnperintendeUt of Public Education shall receive a salary of thirty-tive hundred adllars, payable quarterly on his own war ranlt. .SatYumber Ninete en. No lice-nse tax shall be impored t by the State, or any parish or municilpal authority, on anLy ilceehanical trade, Inliufctl tory or factory, except such as Imay require poliee -cgnttiations. in towns and citleS. Number Teenlg. The Legislature is authorized to exempt fror State . municipal or parish taxation. tlons.-hold goods. such as furniture, wearihng apparel, tools of troade or profession and ftaily portraits, tntt exc.ceding in :aggregate value tt.e suim of litve hundr, tel dollars. ACT NO0. 12, EXTRA SESSION OF 1l78. tumiber T Irenltji-oe. Strike out the firt lart of article 142 of the constitution of 1 ~k, which reads : " A university shall he established lind ln:nill tained in the city ot New Orheaus. It sIh:ll be Celtlllll ils f it lIca, a medicit al landi ra ei legiate dptliartulent, each with alpnolcritiate faculties. The General Assecmbly shall pro vide by law for its organization and main tenanc: "c aind insert: "The university shaill lx maintained. It -hall he cmiposteid of a law. a idilical and tnt atc-adetilici.al deplart inent, anld hucl(. other deplartlments as may It be e.tablis.id I y law. each with appropri ate faucitiitis: priorided, that the laew and m[udical dtipr:tments altreadv ort.gatizrl shall continue inl the city of Now Orleans, andL the ;ic:ltdetlnica:l ;ail other departments mnay ih locacted elsewhere in the State." Judgment. .Octavie Villiamson, ux., vs. No. 1933 (;eo. It. Webb, mar. S:-tc of Louaisiona, Fourth ,tJdieieial District Court, in and for the parish of Asen-i ON-inotion of Duftel and Landry, of coun stl tfor platintiff, acud on pirolducing to the i olrwit dltie proof inl sl.upport of said phl:iintitf" s elatie,. iii latw and evidenuce bing in lihc fayv," : it is or leredi, ailjidcl d andgic'c decreed I tics tlhe judgcncent by detfault herein entered - on the _2st day of May , 1178, Ice now cocl tir ond and lmade tinal, and accordingly th;cr tht herbei- jutlidgenllt in favor of plainititi, Mrs O tctovie \cilliamtson and against thue c]efnldant, George I1. Webb, her huslband, t` elxereeing a separa:tion of property and a dissolution of the cotuncit y of saccquets landil accil I eretofoire existing liIetween the 3 siti piarties and tiht tlhe said plaintiittf do Shal\e the: adcminiistration and control of her f separate property. It is further a:tdjudgd and decreed that the said plaintiff do ihave and rccdover o lhii t de.,l:uit, her hiusbul,. the scum of four t lhor1 ulil deighit hIui.cded tand sixti-live dld tars, with Live per cenlt. interest ie`r tinncnl t thereon frocm the 2-ttlh day of l)ecember, 5 1869. tilh date of the marriage of the phutlies 4 iert.to: It. is farther ordered, adjudged and de creed that the said Mrs. ()rttavio H illiam Sson's gtnperal and legal mlortgage upon all cthe inlciiovabidle. icnd ecr pricivilege iupto all the ioutv ,ble property oi her said htsbaitld, bbe acnl they are herteity relognized caii dte Seclared valid ; said cii'rtgage auctl privilege S to date andtl e ake ettict froim the pwriodl when ti ie said dower ndill extra dltal Irop erty ani eteets cam;ue into tier hltlhusllindll ~ a essioa, to-wit: tihe24th day of I)ecember, - 1869. - It is finally ordered ,cnd deereed that this - judgmcent ;ie executtCd set"cirditcy to law andi ) that detttndanot payr ill costs of suit. I l;eUrhclit, read ;and sigued in ocipin cnrt, - patisl.h f Ascetisiot, this 2ind day of June, e A. D., IT7t. HENRY L. 1)Uil'FEL. 'J mlge 4Ith 1 c.Id. Dist. . A trne copy: L. E. BENTI.EY. j i::l:e (:llerk " e Ciourt. w - For Sale. o, )PY the ulndersiiwnet , one townll lot 60xi1O, 1 do the west side of lhlarville street, be tween Railroad Avenge antl luinas street. c ApVly it or aldd.-s M. FEELY,. l)onald.o.' ilhk. L.a DR. J. DELGARDO'S SPECIFIC REMEDIES. The Sick Man's Friend. For regulating' the Liver and Kidneys, Parifying the BIlod, Ulcerated Sore Legs and Salt Itheumn Cramps in the Stomrach. Erysipelas and Dropsy. West India Island Sitters. One bottle if properly taken will cure Bilious Fever. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsit. Heart and Kidney Diseases and Cholera Morbus. The Bitters meb prepared only by myself in the United States, and I will guarantee them to cure as represented or I will retfitd the muoney. The Great Medical Wonder, Regulator of the Liver and Kidneys, Prepared only by myself: It is -om posed of herbs and roots from the West Indies and South America. It cures Salt Rheum, Ulcerated Sore Legs, Biliousness, Sick head Ache, Scrofula, Catarll, Piles, Torpid Liver, and purities the illood. Mexico White Rose Syrup, Cures every kind of Disease resulting front neglected cold, such as Coughs, Hoarseness, Influenza, Typhoid Pneumonia, early stage of Consnumption, tickling in the Throat, Wihooping Cough and inflanmatory disease of the throat anti lungs. The Doctor a uses only botanical medicines, the roots of certain Indianu herbs for bilious diseases. He found this rose in Mexico in the year 1862, I and can prove the virtue of it. All-Healing Balsam, ' For Rheumatism, Back-Achle, Side-Ache and all Rheumatic Pails. The Wonderful Fever Cure r For Chills and Fever, Swantp and Yel low Fever. One bottle of this Medicine will t give a full cure. In case of failure, the money-will be.returned. The Medicine is prepared from roots and herbs from the Southern States. The pan nIsh Pile Malve and p Tape Worm Vermifuge, sovereign e preparations, guaranuted to effect permia I neat cures. Apply to or address, DR.. . DE. GARDO, I Mississippi street; between St. Vincent and t St. Patrick, )omaldsonvil le. r Office hours-from 8 A. M., to 5 R .M. Shingles and Staves For Sale. Delivered any where on the coast or Bayou I- . eburehe. Also agent for the celebrated Weed Sewing Machine. - Apply to or address, C. KLINE, jy,22 DonJaldonville, Ia A Splendlid OpportunityI TO WIN A FORTUNE ! S t1; MONTHLY DRAWING, a 1878, At New Orleans, Tuesday, Aug. 13.1 k tt LOUISIANA , a State Lottery e-Ca NI t It Company. I tI This Institution was regularly incorpora ted by thi. Le3iAlature of the State for Edu a1 cational and Charitable plrposcs, in 1868, t ci ol with a Capital of $1,000,000, to which it had 8. dii since added a reserve fund of $350,000. Ito tt F Grand Mingle Number Draw- so ings will take place monthly. It nerer A scales or postpoics. Look at the following Distribution : Capital Prize, $30,000. * 8100,000 Tickets at S. Each Half Tickets 81. 8 LIST OF' 'HIZES. 1 Capital 'Prize of $30,000.........$30,000 1 do do 10,000.............10,00.1 1 dto do 5.000)............ 5,000 .2 Prizes of 2,500 ............5,000 n 5 do 1,000............5,04) S2'0 do 500...........10,000 100 .. 50...........10,000 500 .. 20...........10,000 1000 .. 10...... .....10,000 d API'ROXIMATION PRIZES. k 9 Approximation Prizes of $300......7.700 d 9 do. do. 300......1,800 9 do. do. 100........900 1857 Prizes, amounting to...........$1 10,1400 r" I 8, y of Write for circulars or send orders to EM. A. IDAUWIN, P. O. Box 642, New Orleans, La. - Or to ill B" B. RYBISKI, a Donaldsoveille. All our GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS are under the supervision and management of Gens. G. T. Beaurrgard and Jubal A. Early, Capital Prize, $100,000. Whole Tickets, $10. T TIIE SINGER .1p Sewing Machine Company IIHas but one office in this town for the S8 sale of their Machines, 155 Railroad Avenue. ti No second-hand machine dealer has the tt new Genuine Singer Machine for sale. Those they offer are either BOGUS or OLD ONES painted over to deceive. Remember, the Company's office is at No. 155 Railroad Avenus, between Claiborno and Attakapas streets. Machines of all Kinds Repaired. Oils, Attachments, Thread, Needles (40ets. a dozen), Ladies patterns all sizes, Eor sale by T. A. KINGSTON, Agent, A 155 Railroad Avenue, DONALDSON VILLE. s9-ly Donaldsonville College, Established 1872. Rev. Dr. Sophar, Principal. - CfIo. Riiboud lAvenue and Attakapas Street, All the braueles of a finuished education, in both modern and ancient languages .'e 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 solicittd. lThie College, for both sexes and self-un derstood, non-sectarian, comiprises Academic, Intenrmediate and Primary Departments. TheIre are day and evoning sessions. For terms of tuition or board apply as above. 200 Keatin g's Academy, Corner Chetiuaches and Attakapas streets, Donaldsonville, La. Mt:s. M. KEATING returns thanks to the people of Donaldsonvillo and vicinity for the liberal patronage heretofore bestoweC upon the Academy, and begs leave to say I that no effort will be spared to merit a con tinuauce of public favor. A limited number of pupils from aoroad will be received and furnished with board and lodging. For terms of tuition, etc., ap ply to or address MRS. C. KEATING, mmtar4 Donaldsonville, La. Special Notice. Sewing Machines Cheaper Than Ever. TTPON closing my Agency with the U Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co., I,had remaining on hand twelve of their L machines which they made e me pay cash for, and I now offer the said machines to the piublic for TWENTY DOLLARS less than ' their catalogue prices, on time. The ma chines are of the latest improved make, and of three different styles, viz : Nos. 2, 4 and '5 8. All parties in want of machines would do well to call and examine before purchas ing elsewhere. I have also a full stock of V the SINGER MANUFACTURING CO'S. very popular and latest improved New Family Singer Sewing Machine which I will * sell cheap for esab, or on easy monthly pay Oe COME ONE! OOME ALL! Don't forget the number-15-5 Railroad Avenue. T. A. KINGSTON. b I c t 7 7 is not easily earned in these timens, but it c can be made in three months by any one 0 ot 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 not be away fromn home over night. You can give your whole time to the work, or only your spare moments., We have agents who are making over $20 per day. All who engage at once can make money fast. At the present time money can not be made so easily and rapidly at any other business. It costs nothing to try the business. Terms and $5 Outfit free. Address at once, 7-:28-ly H. HALLETTr & CO., Portland Maine ILLER & DIELLMANN, Steam Candy Manufactory Wholesale Confectionery, 50, 52 and 54 Peters street, late New Levee, New Orleaas. Sole agents for the Pure California Wines and Liquors, and H. P. Diehl's Fire-Works. Also, dealers in Cigars. ALEX. 8. LANDRY informs his friends that he can ,be found at Messrs. Miller & Diehlman's establishment, where also letters may be addressed to him. All orders executed with dispateh. f16 MUsTc fE KEPT N ORD . " For Psamphle.s address D). SaroNFOI, N.w Y'rk t SA positiv cure for lolieumatism, 'Gout, Neuralngia, rand all diseases arising from im pure blood. The Jurgielewic aAnti-Rhlu matic Mixture is the most popular medicibd in the country more of it is sold than all other Rheumatie Medicines together, and it is the most costly patent medicine for the It is recommended by all the leading phy sicians, and is a pure vegetable mix- aUe Should the patient find no relief from the use of one or two bottles, he may feel as sured that hlie is not sutffering from *any of thre above diseases, and it will be of no se to continue it. Price $1 per bottle. For sale in Donaldsonville by N. BEL. FERSLEW & Co., Prorietors, P. O. Box 1406, New Orleans. -snA TOWN LOTS 164 ron saa, In Ta. G Projected Town oin r ile, ,jO 3posite Donaldsonville,) . At prices ranging from $s5 to $75 each, -AND- 12 LARGER LOTS, Containing nearly 17 acres each,. g for $500 per lot. The site of the town is opposite Donald, m, ville, left bank Missiassppi river, the River Ferry Landing being located near the n, centre of the town front, and the proposed re Nw River Road forming the Eastera or lower boundary line. Ai lan of the Town can be seen at the Recorder's office. For futthis r particlars, apply to DaL 'E. y R. CONsNEiL, at the residence of Mrs. B. K. Darrow, or to the undersigned at emu n- Plantation. m, mar2 BET. GIBSON. as 1H. ILOOMFIELD, Civil Engineer, P. O. Box 78, Soeitdsonvlle, Me. s, Will attend to the following branches of the he profession " or SURVEYING. running oat and retracing se old .lines, and. establishing permanent y bournes. Mn- APPING-accurate plans of plantations made on durable lpaper. r DRAINAGE-leveling for canals andIyv eee, estimating cost and supervising con struction of the same, and locating draining machines. MECHANICAL-drafting mechanical in ventions for obtairiing patents. Also'for construction of buildings. ap8-76 Jenkins' Annihilator The Great Southern Remedy for RHEUMATISM, GOUT AND NEURALGIA! Those terrible enemies of human happi- . ness, Rheumatism, Gout and Nenralra, heretofore seemingly unconquerable, have indeed found their master in Jehkins' AdMi hilator. We have the testimony of men of the highest standing in Louisiana and other States, thltt after suffering inde. bhabl Spains fo$ years, from which they sought re lief in vain by visiting the Hot and Warm springs of Arkansas and Virginia, .ay using dozens of remedfies inure or les&ily praised, when, in fact, hope had alust i out, they have found relief from pain by the use of the Annihilator, and by continuing it I for a short time, have been perfectly cured. The Annihilator is a preparation purely vegetable, agreeable to the taste, antd may be taken without fear of any injurious re sults by the delicate as well as the robust in constitution. W Price $1 00 per bottle. For sale by all Druggists. Ask your Druggist for circular containing certificates, or send to N. JINKINS & CO., Proprierors, New Orleans, La. FINLAY & THomPsox. Wholesale Druag gists, New Orleans, La., General AgePts for Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Florid%. mra9-ly. MAN HOOD : How Lost, How Ieefor~i! Just published, a new edition of lDr. Cauierwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical cnre (without medicine) of SPEaxATroanI xA or Seminal Weakness, In voluntary Seminal Losses, IMPOTENCY, Men tal and Physical incapacity, Impediments to Marriage. etc.; alqo, CoxsurwTtoN, Era I.E'Sr and FTsr, induced by self indulgence or sexual extravagance, etc. ' Price, in a sealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated author, in this admirable Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' suecesgful practice, that the alariqing consequences of Self-Abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of ins1bna medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by which every sufder cr, no matter what lis coadition may be -imay cure himself cheaply, prlvate! Jam radicall.y. vThis Lecture should eb, ics Ma lesnds of every youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps. Address the Publishers, 0 THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., 41 Ann St.. New York; Post-oflice Box. 456. 0 war a5D cew INSURANCE COMPANY e OF NEW ORLEANS. James 1. Day,.............Ptesident, Horace Carpenter, ........Secretary. Paid Up Capital, - - $500,00( DIRECTORS. Jno. G. Gaines, James [. Day, E. J. Hart, George Jonas, Henry Renshaw, Emory Clapp, Hugh Wilson, T. L. 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