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Subscription Price, Two Dollars a Year. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., Saturday, August 17, 1878. LOCAL JOTTINGS. The Council met Saturday evening. The minutes are published today. Reply to Constant Reader's inquiry in relation to the parish debt is again unavoidably deferred. The chairman of the Board of Pub lic Vorks calls for bids for cleaning streets, repairing bridges, etc., during the ensuing year. See advertisement. Ifon. Richard Simmes and RJev. Prince King, intelligent colored citi sena of St. fames, called on us this week in company with Senator Lan dry. In the Republican Senatorial con vention to be held Saturday, the 31st inst, Ascension and St. James will be represented by eight delegates each, as was the case in 1874. The successions of J. C. Boulanger and Eloi Dicharry have been opened in the Probate Court. The former will be administered by Mrs. Boulan ger, widow of the deceased, and the latter by Mr. Victor Mirre, testamen tary executor. Mr Eloi Dicharmy, a planter and an .old citizen of this parish, died at his residence in the fifth ward on the 9th inat., aged 59 years. His remains were conveyed to the parish of St. James and inter red in the cemetery at St. Michma's church. A very pleasant children's party oc curred at Mra. Keating's residence Saturday after noon, ini honor of the eleventh birthday of Miss Clara Keating. The little folks had a splen did time, thanks to the exertions of Miss Clara and her accomplished mother, assisted by other friends. Justice Bush of the second ward has sent tbs following cases to the Parish Court: John Carter, charged with the larceny of a half cord of wood from Owen White, on the 13th inst.; Reymond Allewan, charged with insulting and abusing Julia Iv erson. Both accused have furnished appearance bonds. A man named John Roach, a native of Ireland, aged about 40 years, died at Hexter's boarding-house, on Missisippi stzwet, Thursday morning. Dr. Van dergriff was called in, but too late to render any assistance, as the patient was then dying. The Doctor pro nounced the illness to be congestive chill. Roach was a quiet, well be haved man, who has been employed for several years as a ditcher on the Burnside places in this parish. He leaves a wife and an adopted daughter in Cincinnati. Deceased left no means, and some of his friends club bed together and raised funds to de fray funeral expenses. The remains were buried in the Catholic cemetery yesterday morning. On the 31st of July, District Judge Duffel held a preliminary examina tion in the case of Lucy Shelton, a colored girl, charged by Mr. Albert Duffel with the laiceny of a gold chain with locket, key and nhedal attached, valued at 116. The chain was around the neck of Mr. Duffel's baby, aged eighteen months, and as it was missed just after Lucy had been wheeling the child in its little carriage, the girl was suspected of the theft. One of the witnesses testified to seeing a gold chain in the possession of the accused the evening of the alleged larceny. Judge Duffel committed accused foi appearance before the Parish Court, fixing her hond at $10(0, which was furnished. The witnesses were also placed under bond to appear when summoned. The dramatic entertainment at St. Joseph's Academy came off last Sun day evening, according to announce ujeut, and proved very successful. The hall was crowded with an appre ciative audience, everything passed off smoothly, and the proceeds of the affair netted about $50 over and above the expenses. The programme of the entertainment was as follows; MIoliere's comedy, Le Jfalade Ima pinaire ; the English farce, Lending a /Iand; announcement of the results of the school examinations and dis tribution of distinctions to successful Cadets. The amateur actors deserve commendation for the creditable manier in which they sustained their respective roles. The advertised drill by the Cadets was omitted from the programme, owing to the illness of several leading members of the corps. In next week's paper we will publish a list of the scholars who achieved dis tinctiotis at the elamitit tjn, A p oor engagement prevented us from accepting an invitation to attend a reunion of the Harmony Social club at Mrs. E. Melaucon's residence, first ward, last Saturday evening. We are pleased to hear the club had a pleasant time, and when next they honor us with an " invite" we hope to be able to respond in person. Frederick London has given a bond of $75 to appear before the Parish Court in September, to answer a charge of assault and battery upon Malvina Gardner. The offense is al leged by complainant to have been committed at her house on, the 5th inst., and Justice Evans was satisfied from evidence adduced on examinn tion that good ground existed for com mitting the accused for trial. London should borrow a copy of Shakespeare and ponder over the familiar passage which says that " the man who lays his hand upon a woman, other than in a way of kindness, is a sheep thief," or words to that effect. But we caution the public to suspend judgment in this matter, as the stricken female is the accused's mother-in-law. " If there be one among ye without sin, let him cast the first stone." At the meeting of the Republican parish executive committee last Sat urday resolutions were adopted pro viding for the holding of a parish con vention on Saturday, the 24th inst., delegates to be elected to-day from the various wards, by mass-meetings, on the following basis of representa tion First, second and third waids, 3 delegates each ; fourth ward, 7 ; fifth ward, 6 ; sixth ward, 4 ; seventh and eighth ward, I each ; total 28. The duty of the convention will be to select eight delegates to the Sena torial convention, and at some future time or times to choose a delegation to a State convention, should one be held ; to nominate at parochial ticket, and to select a new parish executive committee. In all the wards save the fourth the elections to-day will be held at 4 o'clock P. M.; the fourth ward meeting will take place at the St. Pe ter I. E. Church at 8 P. M. The Supervisor of Registration officially notifies the voters of the palish of Ascension, by advertisement iii to-day's CHIIEF, of the times and places at which he will attend during sixty days preceding the election, for the re-registration of all qualified voters whose names were not placed upon the rolls during his circuit of the parish in June and July. His office will open at Donaldsonville on the 26th of the present month, where lie will remain one week, after which he will visit the seventh and eighth wards, moving from thence to the sixth, fifth, fourth, first and see omd in the order named, ending up with a term of two weeks at the Court-House. Citizens should famil iarize themselves with the Super visor's appointments and acquaint their neighbors therewith, in order that all may be enabled to register with the least trouble and delay pos sible. A very large crowd of people, mostly colored, assembled upon the river batik at the head of Chetima ches street, Sunday afternoon, to witness the baptism of fifteen candi dates for admission to the congrega tion of the St. Peter M. E. Church of this place. The ceremony of immer sion was conducted by Rev. Pierre Landry, assisted by ]Revs. John AMhby and Adam Cantey, and laymen Pow hatan Epps, Patrick Bowman, John Francois, Charles Shallowhorn and Martin Gomez. Three singing hands were present from Macedonia, St. Peter and Mt. Bethany churches, and their spirited hymns were rendered in good style, adding to the animation 1nal interest of the gathering and its object. Besides the candidatres im mersed, six others were baptized at the chlurch, by sprir ling, and two infants were christened. The fillon ers of the M. E. Church believe in three methods of baptism-by sprinkling, pouring and immersion, and the candidate is allowed to indi cate the method which he or she may prefer. After the baptizing there was a grand Christian love feast at the St. Peter church, and the building was crowded to its utmost capacity, tip stails and down, many people being unable to obtain admission, so great was the crush. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Registration Notice. To the Voters of Ascension Parish. P ILIC NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Supervisor of Regis tratio' will attend at the fillowing places on the days below designated, for the purpose of registering all qualified voters of the par ish of Ascension: Court-f ouse, D'cille., third ward, Aug. -'G to 31 inclusive. S. tnarmoo's, seventh ward, Sept. 2, 3. V. P. Laudry's " '. " 4, 5. Alex. Meyer's store, eighth ward. Sept. 6. II. Laudry's store, " .. .. 7, Dutch Stores, ' 9, 10. Mouth New River Lane, sixth ward, Sept. 11. Ashland Store. sixth ward, Sept. 12, 13. Gent Plantation, sixth ward, Sept. 11. Wash'ton. School-house. tifr Ii ward. Sept. 16. River Ferry or S. A. Braudis store, fifth ward, Sept. 17, Tobias' store, fifth ward, Sept. 18. Heln. Tureaud's store, fifth ward. Sept. Il. Clark lPlaitation. fifth ward, Sept. Sat, 21. J. C. Cotield's, f'ourth ward, Sept. 23. Leon Raterugs store, fourth ward, Sept. 21. L. A. Colomb's, " fourth ward. Sept. 25. It. Braud's store, fourth ward, Sept. 96. It. Rodrigue's store, Port larrow, first ward, Sept. '_7. Wrur. Drvsdales bla-ksmith shop, fiurth ward, Sept. 2N. Dominique's store, first ward, Sept. :. 1I. E. Dufetl's store, first ward. Oct. I. J. A. ioidran's store, first ward, lit. 2. McCall Bro's. warehouse, first ward, (let., 3, 4. E. B. Leltianc's store, first ward. Oct. 5. J. Oubro's store, first ward, Oct. 7, 8. I). Gregoire's stire, Irulee Sacraurieto, see ond ward, Oct, 9. A. Richard's store, head Sacramento road, second ward, Oct. 10, II. C. E. Ne-srith's store. second ward. Oet. 12. Court-House. Donaldsonville, Oct. 14 to 296 inclusive.) The registration of this year is entirely new, and no one will be allowed to vote un less registered by the undersigned. Ascension, August 17, 1875. FELIX HRAITD, Supervisor of Registration. Sheriff's Sale. State of Louisiana--Fourth Judicial District Court-Parish of Ascension. State of Louisiana, ex rel. F. Duffel, Dis trict Attorney pro teen., et al, rsn. No. 1905, Morris Marks. BY VIRTUE of and in obedience to a writ of fieri furims issued hv the lion. the Fourth Judicial District Court, parish of Ascension, under date of the fth (day of August. 1878, and to uxe directed in the above entitled and uombered cause, I have seized nod will offer far sale at mabhh auc tion, at the Court-House door, in the town of Donaldsonville, parish of Ascension. on Saturday, the 21st day of September, A. D. 1878, at 11 o'clock A. M., the herehfafter described property, to-wit : A certain LOT OF GROUND situated in the town of Donaldsonville, in the parish of Ascension, designated on the plan of said town as lot number thirty-nine (39), front ing on Chetimachles street, between Clal horne and Opelousas streets, measuring six ty ((i0) feet front, by a depth of one hundred and twenty (10) feet. Termis and Conditions-Cash in United States currency. Seized in the above suit. Parish of Ascension. August 17, 1878. P. A. JONES, Sheritf. Notice. l)oN.ia.IoNVIj.Ly, August 17, 1878. SEALED bids for cleaning. repairing and keeping in repair the streets, bridges and draining canals of the town of Dnalald sourille for the term of one year from Sept. 1, 1878 to August 31, 1879, will ie received at the office of the chairman of the commit tee on public works for the term of ten days from date, the work to be done accordi((g to specifications tollowing 1. That the public roads shall have an ac clivity towards their centre, n(d shall be lounded on the right and left- by draining ditches; they shall also be crossed by a suf ticieut number of draining ditchesl : and they must at all times he practicable for the passage of all kinds of carriages so that the comuin(Uication may not in any way be in terrupted. 2. The draining ditches on the right and on the left of the highroads shall be at least two feet wide at their opening, by one fiot and a half in depth; nor shall any ditch be d(t1 within at least two feet of the levee. 3. Every ditch crossing a public road shall be covered over in its whole extent with a1 bridge made of planks two inches thick and at least twenty-two tiet long; the planks shall be laid on a level with the roar1, and shall rest on five strong joists, to which they shall be nailed with all neces sary solidity. 4. Opening Conway street from Cheti lmatches to Lafourche, aold Taylor from llounias to Lafourche. said streets to be ditched, etc., as l(r article 1. 5. Every ditehI at corner crossings of banquettes or foot paths shall i e covered over in its whole extent with a bridge made of planks not less than one and a half inch thick and at least three and a half feet long. i. The contractor or lowest lidder shall be subject to the superintendence at the Board of Public Works, said board reserv ing the right to reject any and all bids. VICTOR MAUItIN, Chairman Board of Public W1orks. IlEAl.Elt IN FAMILY G-rocarices, CROCK RY, Tin and Wooden WVnre, Cqliluary Articles, etc.. CLARETS FOR FAMILY USE, Ily the Bottle, Gallont or Dlemijohn. -aN D- Bottled Liquors a Specialty. Intersection of Lafourche and Chetima ches streets, or SAM'S POINT, Donaldsonville. Strict attention paid to putting op Proxi sions fbr Flat-ltBots and ttilini- orders tor ehoiI-e Fruit5. ,egetahlt.s and Fish fur DIN NERS., WEDDINGS AND PARTIES. CHARCOAL, by Jack or llogslhad always on h0nd. 111 J Proceedings of Common Council, Town of Donaldsonville. REGULAlR MEETING MAYOR'S OFFIcE. Aug. Iii, 1878. The Council rmet this day at 5 o'clock P. M. Members present-Mayor I)uttel, S. Sehon berg, M. Carroll, S. Iticard, V. Maurou and U. Landry. Absent-lI. S. Bondreaux. The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. e. . MaIurin, chairman of committee on pub lie works, made a verbal report, and on motion of S. Sehonberg, duly seconded, the sFame was laid on the table. Mr. A. lercegeay, Tax Collector, also made a verbal report of his collections to date, and on motion, duly seconded, the same was received. On motion of V. Maurin, seconded, Resolred, That the question of erecting a tenee around the public square be indefi nately postponed. Carried. The following communication was pre sented and readl DON.hI.nsoNvILLE, August 6, 1878. To the hon. Mayor and members of the Town Council. GeIt~lcien-l propose to open the street now to be opened for the sunt of $S, pro vided the corporation furnishes the lumber for bridges. Respectfully yours, MADISON CAlcitOLL. On motion of S. Schonherg. duly seconded, Resolred. That the sum of $15 be allowed Mr. Carroll tjoropening the streets, instead of $25. Carried. On miotiou of S. Schonterg, Resolred, That it colutittee of two lie lp pointed to act with the Mayor to examine the Collector's books and report at the next meeting. Carried. The Mayor appointed on said committee S. Schonberg and S. Ricard. The following couununication was pre tented and read: ON BOARD STEAMER ST. MARY, August 5, 1878. To the Mayor, town of Donaldusonville. Will you please have all obstructions to navigation removed from the mouth of Ba you Lafourche. such as luggers, dlathoats, etc., thereby avoiding accidents, and much oblige, Yours respectfully, JOS. DALFERES. On motion, seconded, the above clniunl nieation was laid on the table. A communication from Mr. F. Martinez in regard to the repairing of streets, bridges, etc., within the limits of tho corporation wits presented and read. On motion of U. Landry, seconded, Resolved, That the above communication be laid on the table and that all public works, such as repairing bridges, cleaning the streets, etc., be advertised in accordance with town ordinance. Mr. Sehonberg offered as an amendment that the proposition of M. Carroll be also in eluded in the advertisement, and that said work be given out to the luweat bidder. Carried. The following hills were presented and approved : Donaldsinville Cnmvv,............... 13 50 Joseph Goudran..................... 1 3k Casimir Martin ................... 4 54) D)r. Mc(ialliard ...................2 0t(t N. Bel ...............................1.1: p (in motion, duly seconded, the meeting adjourned. A true copy: GU$TAVE DUGAS, Secretary. Sheriff's Sale. State of Louisiana-Fourth Judicial District Court-Parish of Ascension. Celinia Brand etals., vs. No. 1932, Felix iteynaud. I lY VIRTUE of and in obedience to a writ of fiiri feu-is issued tv the Iton. Fourth Judicial District Court in and tir the parish of Ascension under date the 'hithi day of July, 1575, ant to mue directed in the above entitled and numbered cause, I have seized and will offer for sale at public ane tion at the (ourt-House door. in the Town of lounaldsou ille, in the parish of Aseeusiin, Saturday, the 21st day of September, *. n.. 1878, at II o'clock A. A.., the herein afterldeserihtd property, to-wit : A certain tract of land lying and being situated in the parish of Ascension, on the left baunk of the Missisitsippi river, in the place called New River, tnul at about five miles hack froii said Mississippi river, measuring scven Irpi-nts front on New River. hy a depth of tburteen ii res. hounded in front by New River, in the rear by lands of Ilypolite BItrand, above by aIuds of Charles Aiiuestrnheni, ant helmw by the Catholic grave yard, together with all the bluildiigs and itiprovenuints thereon and thereto be longing, including the growing crop on said plantation-ie-isisting of twenty acres of cattie and twelnty-s5iven acres of corii-onie lot of bricks, one lurt, one wagon, two males and one lot of agricualtural inipcilenits. Terms acid rmditioiis: Cash, in Uiited States currency, with benefit of appraisement. Seized in the abovesuit. 1'. A. JUNES, Sheriff. Parish of Ascension, August 1h, 1878. Notice. ALL persons having claims against the late Iir. E. It. Connell are (reiested to present the same to the tnuderi-igned toid all those indebted to his estate will settle the sane with the undersigned, who is duly autthorized to nit as tie represncltati ve of Dr. Connell's estate. Parish of Ascension, August 9. 1878. IEN Gll~tSON,. Public Bath House, Adjoining the Wharf, Donaldsonvillie. The undersigned annottunoy to the public that he has opened a iath liusie on tit( river. ailjoining the ih liarf, where ladies, gentle mnen or cI hildrem desiring to batthe can he an ioiimodated at all hours. Price: 25 cents. Soup and towel fiuroishied free oh ciiarge. mug3 SAML. LIltLANC. City Hotel, Cor. Railroad Avenue and Iaers ille Street Donaldsonville, La. P. L tIFE VhYi, - - - I'4 opriefnr. The bar is always supplied with the hest Wines aid Liunrs. je3,;l Conti Verandah Hotel, cONTI TRlEIT.......-NEll IRLEANi Thoroughly Renovated. Re-opened ln W-itmi-nutdav. Septemutar i. 177, ti'r the aeiiianadation of gill-stn, both pern-ni-lt ii t ,ransient. The undersigned lowste fr a tontinuuance of the patronag' ** hiriralti bestowed in thrmoer yeare, a, nu . pains i ill be spared to merit the approval of patrons. Te1 1 Rtis li. 'NAm.i.. e. - l ClIAS. fI2CK5. P'opria-tu ST. V!NCENT'S COLLEGE, Cape Girardeau, Mo. THIS INSTITUTION. so well and favor ably known to hundreds of the citizens of Louisiana, offers superior advantages for the acquisition of a thorough Classical, S&i entitic and Commercial Education. TERMS: Per Session of Ten Months, - - - 0250 The Seniou will commence MONDAY, SFPTEMIBER 2, 1878. Address REv. J. W. HICKEY, jy 7-3m President St. Vincent's College. It Will Pay ! 10 BUY YOUR Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery, Glassware, etc., -AT JOIIN F. PARK'S Opposite old ricer Ferry Imndiny ! DEALER IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES KRUG CHAMPAGNE, GERMAN LAGER BEER BASS'S EAST INDIA PALE ALE, STRAWBERRIES, RASPIIERRIES, ENGLISH! GOOSEBERRIES, PINEAPPLE, RAISINS, FIGS, CITRON, CURRANTS, JELLIES-in Glasses or Boxes, WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, ENGLISH & FRENCH MUSTARD, EN(ILISIH CHOW-CHOW, SALMON, SARDINES, LOBSTERS, SIIADINIES, EAGLE MILK, FRENCH CANDLES, CHOICE GOSIIEN BUTTER. Also in Store, CIIOItE SUGAR-CURED HAMS, FRESH SHOULDERS, FRESH MACKEREL, COI)FISII, IIEIRRINGS, CHOICE BRANDS OF FLOUIR; Basket, Willow and Tin-Ware. All Goods at New Orleans Prices. Call and Mec C1e Before Pur chasiug Elsewhere. diSly [) F. EMMETT. Veterinary Surgeon, TREATS All Diseases and Lamenesses to Which Horses are Subject. Castrating under Prof. Williams' new process, without bleeding or danger. Par ties desiring work of this nature should up ply at once, as I remain here but a limuited time. An instantaneous cure for Botts and Colin-guaranteed. For sale at MItITCIH ELL'S STABLE; price $1 per bottle. All orders left at the stable receive prompt attenation. GO TO TIE: CHEAP CASH CORNER FOR BARGAINS! THERE WILL BE FOUND AT HENRY LOEB'S NEW IRI1CIK STORE, Corner Mississinpi St. and U. B. Avenue Donaldsonville, 1a., A Muninuoti and carefully selected Stock of DRY GOOJ)S, RIEAIxY-MAI)E CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, I)OTM AN!) 14HOES, GEOCERIES, PLANTATION SUPPLIF;, WINES AND LIQUORS, CIIINAWARE, CROCKERY, LADIES' FAIOY WEAR, NOT INS, PE IFUM ERIES, TRIMMINGS, -All Marked 1)oiwn to LOWEST CASH PPRICES I Comparison " I G(I4ods and I'rwi'. with theoe u( .tlher . e:h r aS alwa ( challenged and inviteud, and tie d.-termination Not to be Undersold, ltri tly atd hrlcd to. TIe Cheap Caus Cur ner it ala, a hlealqu rltt s for alit le of (tc N aihate'as Carts and Wagons, Mapuf4itreid it Pit'Ii ur, .Pa. and *justly celebrat~ed :or dturnhility and chi-apnewn I)EPN'T Ft) GHET THE PLACE Loeb's Cheap Cash Corner, .ts ON TILE FRON'T STREET ly 'CORPSE PRESERVER, DEOD ER: And DISINFECTANT. The undersiened, proprietor of LIVERY AND SALE STABLES -AND Undertaker's Establishment, begs leave to inform the pub lic that he now has on hand a preparation by means of which bodies can be preserved from three to five lays in. the hottest weather, without be coming offensive. This prep aration has been tested by me with the most succesiful re sults, and I can guarantee it to he all that it is represented. I will apply the " Corpse Preserver, Deodorizer and Disinfectant" Fkee of Charge in all cases where the Hearse and Coffin '.re procured from my establishmrent. As prompt application 'of the preparation heightens its efficacy, notice of death should be given as soon thereafter as possible. No ice is required, the corpse will retain its nat ural color, and in case the body has become dark its nat ural color will be restored. Respectfully, G. W. MITCHELL, Corner Railroad Avenue and Ibetaille street, Doaiadeenville. Donaldson'ille fee House, Pure Natural Ie. I have received a fll supply of superior pure ic by barge. direct frow the Nortbeih LakeN, anl ami ready to Jill onl.re from the country with promptess nud at low prises. Addreas, fICTOR (IOUA, Donaldsonvillo, . J OY. IIILL 1EINAN. CO PP £11. Tin and Sheet-Iron Workau P)ON, LD80ff rIliLg LA. Manufacturer of Strike P'ans. Evasporating Paus, Clarifiers. Jujee Iloxis, Syrup Totakl4 Chiiiiiiys uita(l Ltieeeluoahgs, Force iand .J4b" pulnoos, ite. Steamu Truiihs lnt up a4314 lu*Ug guaraziteed. Als4o kirput ou haiud a full diaar pily of Iron Pijirs #13i1 Fittjiuag, foir stf'bm and water use. Jobbing (aid eeuii~try order) promllptly attenided to at rnodei ute ckaryes. " The Place." Lager Beer, Billiards, Choice Winesl and iLiquors, FINIS CIGAlLS, Eve. AlissiRsippi Street, corner of Lessaa.4 1)0 V.1 LDSON 1I'1HL.E GUSVAVE ISR~AEL, apr~i-ly Mrnagtr. U Ilaesksm tit Ii, YIIEIRLRIGIIT & COACHIAKBl, Mr. JIosephl Ferrier ijafonmo, 1hi4 friends aa41 t1e lnlhllie, I hat thme partnierslhip heretoIyj~o existinig between Mr. Jos. lean nll l iau ltiwult lie will IeiIntinlni the sulluh dind of bustzicsi zit th oCihld stand1 whlere ile is trade to ewe cunte at shortest liotliee all wu( ki titriistid 14) Wright biiid4 Cos-hunalkar. Buggies, Carr~iages, Wagons and Cartt repaired init wo knianlike iianniier, at priuoss to Milit thme tillicil. Old Vehicles token in lieu o!iye foriews. The Maniifaetiere of Plantation Carta and Wagons it 4sii)4,iaiIt. Ia154let~illI andl' efIijlupriuom Ut work andi Isricso with those of oterlw ((akers will show is i tifeten ur. fro-ini tea o twenty him. ('414~. All work Muaarants'ed. CELEBRATED "fMAIZENA MlaneelaetureiI at G.hen Cove, for foosh ill tiii wornd iteeoeiimendridd byv Shue hiellest, meIdical sluthnlrit Cs iii both hepaispauires. mill, rceeiciv g th1 Ilirbt i. 'disi~ } ii13l il~plol, 14 at ki11 the -rvitt iiiteritiuaiotil Iexhidotuor, SATIN GLOSS STARCH Is ti~e Slest In the I Vi . (' sit one ad ;oi' v ill~l~4tvi uise lii other. It. Grape Sugar and. Glucose, for the ease or ('onedetloners, B hewers, Preservers of Fruits, Wtise-M, lke-rs, etc. ,,, !inll I!jurts of te tii d l' anathes sn free oft-laarge. Add.ree.. W3.1 RYEAt, :"1 Pai~k Pl~ice. wvinc.. New Cork, V. S. A