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Paulished Every Satur.da.
8ffici3 Journal of the Parih of Ascension
an. Townd Donald ouniUl.
,eatered at the Post-6o ee at DonasdAeta
,wille, LEs a Seoco a ias Matter,
tV, Job printing in the hjghest style of
the art at New Orleans prices! Leave your
orderg at the CitEr offee.
3P Postmasters are authorized and re
quested to act as agents for the CHier.
Fi" The CHIEr is received by all subscri
Saturday,' June 26, 1880.
Mr. J. H. Bates, Newspaper Advertising
Agent, 41 Park Row, New York, is author
ized to contrast for advertisements in the
1tiEr at our best rates.
A Greeve is preparing for probable
war with Turkey.
A revolnuon has broken out at
Bucnos Ayres and the capital city is
Col. IRoswell Farnham is the Repup
lican nominee for Governor of New
The population of Cincinnati, ac
colding to the new census, slightly
exceeds 24Q,000.
Gov. Davis of Maine has been re
nominated unanimously by the Re
publican State convention.
Gen. John A. Sutler, the irist dis
coverer of gold in California, died at
Washington on the 19th inst.
A battle between Turcomans and
Russians resulting in the defeat of the
latter is reported to have been fought
in Central Asia.
Two New Orleans oarsmen, Frank
Mumfoid and R. G. Musgrove, took
the first prizes in a rowing regatta at
Moline, Ills., this week.
IHon. T. C. Manning, ex-Chief Jus
tice of the Supreme Court of Louisi
ana, declines to be a candidate for
Congress in the Fourth District.
Mr. Louis C. Villars, runner for the
New Orleans Canal Bank, dropped
dead in the counting roond of that
institution last Monday.
The $35,000 which the city of Baton
Rouge is required to contribute to
wards repairing the old State House
has been paid into the State treasury.
The Roman Catholic religious soci
eties of Montreal will make a demon
stahIon oneii Nl I itW ibst., to protest
against the expulsion of the Jesuits
from France.
Rev. A. J. Chittenden is the nomi
nee of the Greenbackers for Governor
of Colorado. Gov. Jarvis of North
Carolina has been renominated by the
North Carolina Democrats.
The Prohibitionists held a national
convention at Cleveland on the 18th
inst., at which Neal Dow was nomu
Dated for President and A. M. Thomp
son of Ohio for Vice President.
James Currie, who murdered the
actor Porter at Marshall, Texas, has
been acquitted on the ground of tem
porary insanity caused by drunken
ness. This shameful verdict has cre
ated much public indignation.
The extract from an admirable ar
ticle entitled "' Give us a Sunday
Law," which was published on the
first page of last week's CHIEF, was
erroneously credited to the Houma
Courier. The credit should have been
given to the Houma Chronicle instead.
The Supreme Court of Indiana has
overthrown the constitutional amend
mrent recently adopted changing the
tinro of holding the State election
from October to November. Conse
(jently the State election will con
titrue to occur in October as hereto
Four companies of the Thirteenth
U. S. Intantry, for a long time past
stationed at New Orleans, started for
New Mexico Wednesday evening to
join the troops under Gen. Hatch in
their campaign against the hostile
Indians led by Victoria.
That vigorous organ of Democracy,
the Natchitoches Vindicator, calls at
tention to the significant fact that
The "ringing" Democratic platform
of Pcnuwsyl ania, and which our confreres
land to the skies, containsa clause which
will perpetually exclude the South from
all governeunt aid tir " any purpose,"
inctiuling railroads, river improvements
or levees.
The Vindicator is evidently unset
tied by the possibility of such a " ring
ing " platform being adopted by the
national convention, and suggests that
our delegates to Cincinnati had bet
terl have an understanding." Yes, and.
the people of the South who so per
sistently cling to the Democratic party
ought to have an understanding, also
-an understanding of the fact that
the principles and policy of that
par ty, especially with reterence to
internal improvements and protection
of home industries-matters all im
pot arrt to the South at this tinur
are diametrically opposed to their
best interests.
Unforthfevte ,. the report of Judge
3eattie's withdrwal front the field ats;
:candidate f Congrosi romn thfs
district is verified by the following
formal letter of deelination
-Taosta7 n cz, Li ,Jane ll I880G,
Hon. Tbeo. Fontelien. Chairman of Repub
lihe Comzjttie, Third Congressional
Bic-O rcumstanees now beyond my
control and unknown to me'at the time
It accepted the do ination, preycpt me
fromt being a canididate for Congjress: to
my opiton it is nostsy for-the Repub
licah party to carry this district-neecs
sary for the party and necessary for the
interests of our great-staple. Under the
present aspect of political affairs, it
would be difienultnot to select a candi
date who would prove stronger ii the
race than myself. -Firmly believing this,
and yielding to what I conceive to be
due to the party and to myself, I have
come to the conclusion above stated.
Through you, I tender to the party my
heartfelt thanks for the unanimous nom
ination given nuder pressure of great
party heat, and promise that all my
power will be put forth to promote the
success of our principles and the election
of Garfield and Arthur.
I respectfully suggest that a conven
tion be at once called to name a candi
date, Very respectfully your obedient
There is but one conclusion to be
drawn from this letter concerning the
reason which induced its appearance,
and-this is, that Judge Beattie be
lieves the complications and ill feel
ing resulting from the split in the
party as a State olganization which
occurred on the 24th of May, will so
affect his Congressional candidacy as
to lose to the Republicans, should lie
remain in the field, the only Congres
sional district in the State which they
are reasonably certain of carrying in
the approaching contest.
We are bound to recognize the sin
cerity of the Judge's opinion, and the
spirit of self-sacrifice and devotion to
the interests of the party representing
his political convictiins which is dis
played by his voluntary relinquish
ment of the Congressional nomination
in a Republican district. The motive
which actuated the withdrawal does
him credit as a Republican and a gen
tleman, but we strenuously dissent
from his view of the situation and
contend that he places an exaggera;
ted estimate upon the character and
extent of the opposition that would
be made to his election, It is only
natural that the exciting events of
the 24th of May-the holding of two
State conventions, which sent rival
delegations to Chicago-followed by
a spirited contest between those del
egations for recognition'fromn the na
tional convention, should have engenu
dered considerable bitterness and bad
blood among the leaders of the con -
tending factions, but now that the
heat of this fight has subsided, we can
not presume that sufficient animosity
is cherished by the Republican oppo
nents of Judge Beattie's course in the
contest from which they have emerged
victorious, to lead them to strike a
parricidal blow at the Republican
party by maneuvering to defeat the
one Congressional candidate it has a
favorable prospect of electing in this
State. Even if such a disposition ex
isted, we seriously doubt the willing
ness of any Republican leader or
leaders to assume responsibility for a
movement of this character. The ex
periences and results of the division
and defeat of the Republicans in this
district two years ago will inot be for
gotten, anti their memory will cxer
cise a salutary influence upon any
Republican headers and officials who
might otherwise have the temerity to
engage in a conspiracy to defraudI
their party of the only vestige of vic
tory which remains to be won in this
State by unison and harmony.
IEnlarged and highly colored reports
of Custom-House animosity towards
Judge Beattie have doubtless reached
that gentleman's ears, and similar re
ports concerning his seutiments and
feelings have probably led the officials
of the granite buihling to apprehend
that Judge Beattio would, if elected
to Congress, wage upon them a bitter
and persistent warfare. Beliting
that both sides are laboring under
misapprehension anu misunderstand
ing that can be obviated by the heal
ing influences of time and the exer
cise of a little mutual forbearance
and discretion, we solemnly protest
against the opportunity for success
being sacrificed by a failure to bring
these conciliatory agencies to bear in
the present emergency.
We reiterate our conviction that
Judge Beattie would draw a heavy
vote from the Democratic ranks if he
stands for Congress, and this accession
would wore than compensate for any
possible Republican defection caused
by the machinations of the few msen
who might be disposed to value the
gratification of personal spite above
the achievement of party success.
If the election of Judge Beattie can
be jeopardized by the influence of
such men, there will be far less hope
of carrying the district for any one of
the candidates yet suggested as his
successor. Messrs. Darrall of St. M
rMary, Merchant of Ibkria, Drury of
Assumptiou, Hebert of Iberville, and
Marks and Bentley of Ascension have
been mentioned in this connection.
All of these gentlemen are connected
with faction contests in their respec
tive parishes, or were implicated in
the district complications of 1873, and
the candidacy of any one of them
would almos; inevitably excite faction
jealousies and reopen old sores that
would render success .eevedingly
problematical. Furthermire, inne
of theoe parties cIld iope to reive
a tithe ofeth aeo rvLive tivbnd Dai
ocratic support whicl would be ac
corded to Judge Beaittie; and we hope
`nne will take offense if we suggest
that the Judge also heads the list in
point of ability, fitness and the influ
ence he co- M wield in bebaif of the
material interests of the district.
The 'Cuits peisists in holding and
strenuouslyl advocating the opinion
that the witbhdrawalof JudgeBeattie
is a. party and public ntsfortune that
should be repaired, if possible, by so
liciting' from him a reconsideration of
his letter of declination. The distie
executive committee will meet 'at
Morgan City next Thursday, July 1,
for the purpose of considering Judge
Beattie's letter," and we urge upon
that body the propriety of delaying
the convocation .f another nOmina
ting convention until all reasonable
efforts have been made to bring back
into the field the candidate who re
ceived the spontaneous and unani
mnous vote of the district convention
held in New Orleans so recently as
one month ago yesterday. This as
sembly represented both the so-called
Custom-House and Grant wings of
the party hnd its work met the unan
imous approval of the Republican vo
ters of the district. There is no good
reason why its action should be sub
verted now. On the contrary, every
consideration of sound policy, public
and party interest demands that the
candidate then named shall remain in
the field.
We are in receipt of a copy of the
tardy report of the Judiciary Com
mittee of the national House of Rep
resentatives with relation to the
charge made against Mr. Acklen,
member of Congress from this Dis
trict, by his colleague Hon. J. Floyd
King of the Fifth Louisiana District,
and we are not sorry to note the
complete vindication of our member
from the serious imputation which
the affair had cast upon his character.
The gist of the accusation, as most
of our readers will remember, was
that, on the 13th of January last Mr.
Acklen attempted to procure, " un
der pretended authority from Mr.
King, or otherwise, the printing of a
document as a report from the Com
mittee on Foreign Affairs, when in
fact that committee had not agreed
to any such report, or authorized the
same to be made."
We can not spare space for the re
production of the report of the Judi
ciary Committee in its entirety, and
iyideed it is not necessary that we
should do so, since a few brief ex
tracts from the document will serve
every essential purpose. The com
mittee says.
In order that there might be no pre
text on the part of any one for any com
plaint or even suspicion of partiality or
intentional injustice, whatever its con
clusion might be, your committee per
mitted the investigation to take the
widest possible range. Every witness
within reach of the process of the House,
who was supposed to be able to throw
the least light whatever upon the sub
ject, was summoned, and the utmost
latitude allowed in the examination of
each of them, and it is the opinion of
your committee that the summary of
facts, as stated by Mr. Acklen, is not
only consistent with reason, but cor
roborated by the evidence herewith sub
uitted. * *
It is in evidence, moreover, that sev
eral members of the Conunittee on For
eign Affairs were on the floor at the
time, and the idea that any sane man
would rise in their presence an-i boldly
attempt to palm off or ask to have
prig Ad as their report a paper to which
they had never agreed when any or all
of them might have instantly conifronted
hinm with a denial of its authenticity
aid Yxposed the falsehood in the face of
the House and the country, seems to
your comunittee too preposterous to be
entertained for a moment, and it is
equally incredible, without the most
convicing proof, that such an attempt
could have been made even had every
member of the committee been absent at
the time, for it must have been obvious
to any rational mind that a paper thus
surreptitiously published as the report
of a committee could not possibly have
been used or referred to as such without
leading to the exposure of the fraud and
the inevitable disgrace of its perpetra
Nor have your committee been able to
discover in the evidence the slightest
trace of any rational motive which
could have tempted Mr. Acklen to a pro
ceeding so unnecessary in itself, and so
hazardous to his own reputation either
for personal integrity or common sense.
Your committee would therefore re
spectfully recommend that the matter
be laid on the table and no further ac
tion taken therein.
The suggestion of the committee
was adopted by the House, and thus
ends an unfortunate affair which we,
in corumnon with many of Mr. Acklen's
constituents, were at first blush dis
posed to construe to his disadvantage.
The Sabine Index erroneously at
tributes to the CuiEF the inquiry made
bh the Terreboune Chronicle respect
ing the omission of the civil and polit
ical equality clause from the oath of
office prescribed in the new coustitu
tion. We responded as follows:
The clause was omitted, we presume,
because it was entirely superilous. ]The
civil and political rights of all nmen are
recognized and guaranteed by the con
stitution and laws of the United States
and of Louisiana, and every official is re
quired to subscribe to the oath
I will support the constitution and laws of
the € nited States and of this State; that I
nwill faithfuly and impariilsy discharge all
the duties incumbent upon me, etc.
There is no more necessity for inserting
in this oath a special refemence to the
rights of citizens than there is for speci
fving any other particular subject re
ferred to in the 26; articles of the consti
tution or the laws enacted thereunder.
For: President,
For Vice P'reident,
This is the ticket nominated on the
second ballet taken in the Cincinnati
convention, and-itmay be candidly
acknowledged the strongest ndi least
otije tna mble the 'iemocratlcr irty
has put forth since. Buchanas's elec5
tion in 1856.
The copvention met o6 Tuesday
and elected Judge gorge Hoadley of
Ohio temporary chairman. There
were only two contests to be consid
ered by the committee on credentials
-one from: Massachusetts, the other
from New York. In the first case the
regular and Butler delegations har
monized and agreed to accept a half
vote each. The Kelly delegation from.
New York, elaihing twenty seats out
of the seventy to which the State was
entitled, was excluded by a decisive
Gen. J. W. Stevenson of Kentucky
was chosen permanent president, with.
a vice president and secretary from
each State.
The first ballot for a presidential
nominee was taken Wednesday eve
ning, with the following result:
Hesncock......171 feudricks,.....491
Bayard,..------1661 'Tilden, .......-38
Payne, ------- 81 Seymour, ...... 8
Thurman....... 68j Loveland,...... 5
Field,--------- 65 McDonu1d,..... 3
Morrison...... 62 Randall, ....... 3
McClellan, 2; Lathrop, Black, Parker,
English, Jewett and Ewing, 1 each.
The second ballot, taken Thursday
morning, was marked by a stampede
to Hancock, who received 705 votes,
against 30 for Hendricks, Bayard 2,
Tilden I. The Kelly men from New
York concurred in the action of the
convention and promised support to
the ticket. Mr. English was nomina
ted for VicePiesident by acclamation.
The platform we shall publish here
Hancock, a good Union General,
would have been a comparatively
weak candidate against Grant, a bet
ter Union General, but no stronger
man could have been selected to make
the race against any Republican can.
didate except Grant. The bloody
shirt has no doubt been eliminated
from the campaign, but the solid
South is more solid than ever, and
I the North will be the seat of war for
the great electoral contest of 1880.
New York and Indiana are the two
doubtful States whose votes are ex
pected to decide the issue. The re
sult of Indiana's State election in Oc
tuber will be awaited with deepest
interest as a skirmish which may in
dicate the outcome of the great battle
to take place a month later.
A number of kind and too partial
friends have suggested the editor of
the CHIEF as a proper successor to
Judge Beattic as Republican nominee
for Congress in this district. The
Morgan City Free Press recommends
our nomination in flattering terms.
We lack words to express adequately
our sense of obligation towards these
appreciative friends and our estima
ble colleague of the Free Press, but
they may be assured that their unso
licited, unexpected and therefore sin
cere evidence of regard will ever be
cherished in our heart of hearts as one
of its most pleasaut memories. We
recognize the fact, however, that we
are sadly deficient in the elements
which constitute an available candi
date-one combining high character
and capacity with public experience,
influence and popularity-and we ask
our generous friends to aid the effort
which the CHIEF is making to keep
such a candidate in the field. Judge
Taylor Beattie is the man for the po
sition and the people of the district
should unite in demanding that he,
make the race. It will give us more
gratification to be instrumental in
securing his election than to receive
a nomination accorded nuder the un
fortuitous circumstances more than
likely to surround the selection and
candidacy of any prominent Republi
can in the district except Beattie.
rank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
The July rnumber of this popular mag
azine brilliantly commences the new
volume, and is even more than usually
attractive and interesting. Among its
prominent features are an article by N.
Robinson, "The British House of Com
urous," which has 20 illustrations and
portraits; "How the Japanese Amuse
Themselves," by Edward GrecyI "The
Fals of the Past and Present," by Dora
de Blaquiere ; both articles are liberally
and admirably illustrated, as is likewise
" The Eye and its Use," by William Ack
royd. The interesting serial" Not Guil
ty," is continued, and there are excellent
short stories and sketches by popular
writers. An article by Mr. Matthews on
" Wm. C. Macready " will not fail to at
tract considerabie attention. It has a
graphic description of the Astor Place
Riot. The poems possess great merit,
and some of them are beautifully illus
trated. The number, in fact, abounds
with delightful reading, and as a literary
and artfstic publication may challenge
comparison with the best of its contem
poraries. Each number contains 123
quarto pages and about 100 embellish
nrents, together with a handsome colored
frontispiece; in the present one the sub
ject is "A Morning Kiss for Dear Main
ma." The price is only 25 cents a num
ber, ard the annual subscription $3,
postpaid. Address, Frank Leslie's Pub
lishin<, House, 53, 55 and 57 Park Place,
New York.
Hon J. L Wiobeater SJ
0116 of the Crctede s' oftlecr
exit, died a Re~nd s enville C'
the .2nd irb , -$ eth mia o utm
looked for, as he bad been in very
poor health for some mon the and was
unable to perform his cf~eiai daties
on that account. He was an able, a:
fable and honorable gentleman, whose
'los will b4 marned V an -extensive
cirelo-of relatives and friends.
A ieition,
Pour BAnnow, LA.
June 21, 1 .
To the Police Jury of the parish of AMcen*
Genatemea-Having an illustrated eopn of
the Declaration of Inde eneei I g p -
fully ask lenee to-alng the same h
walls of the prmeip l room f the, itairt
House in order that the lembers-of yotar
honorable body may have anopportanity to
familiarize themselves with the provisions
of tlat important iustrum ent.
* Respectfully, GEORGE A. FEIG.'
Ny7 your Limpnss!
SHEarms's Orviea,
Donaldsonville, La., June12, 1880.
ALL PERSONS or associations in the
parish of Ascension pursuing auy trade,
profession, vocation, calling or bnesiess sub
ject to a license tax, are hereby notified that
State and Parish Licenses of 1880,
are now due and exigible, and the Sheriff is
prepared to collect the same. Said parties
are therefore notified to come forward and
pay their-licenses within TWENTYDbAYS,
at my office, Court-House, Donaldsonville,
in compliance with Act 119 of the General
Assembly of 1880.
Sheriff and ex officio Tax Collector, parish
of Ascension.
There will be sold at auction, to the high
cat bidder, on
Saturday, July 3rd, 1880,
in front of the R. E. Lee Hotel, by D. Israel,
Deputy Sheriff, per accpunt of whom it may
concern, a large lot of splendid open and
Persons in need of a Buggy or Carriage
will do well to attend the sale, where they
can not fail to be suited, and at great bar
gains. my3t
City Hotel,
Cor. Railroad Avenue and Iberville Street
Donaldsonville, La.
P. LEPEYRE, - - - Proprietor
The bar is always supplied with the best
Wines and Liquors. je3O-ly
Carriage & Wagon Maker,
In Full Blast at the Old
Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron
Manufactory of Strike Pans, Evaporating
Pans, Clarifiers, Juice Boxes, Syrup Tanks,
Chimneys and Breechings, Force and Lift
pumps, etc.
Steam Trains put up and fully guaranteed
Also keeps on baud a full supply of Steam
Ganges, Iron Pipes and Fittings, for steam
and water use.
Mr. Billeisen begs leave to refer to the
following named planters who have used or
are still using his Strike Pans:
EIMER BADER, Iberyille.
LEMANN & BAILEY, Ascension.
MRS. M. ISRAEL & CO., St. James.
HON. D. F. KENNER, New Orleans.
Jobbing end countrg orders prornptly
attended 1o at moderate charges.
75 Toa 75
Projected Town of Darrowville,
(Ouposite Donaldsonville,)
Aft prices ranging from $33 to $75 each,
Containing nearly lT'acres each,
for $500 per lot.
The site of the town is opposite Donald
sonville, left bank Mississippi river, the
River Ferry Landing being located near the
centre of the town front, and the uroposed
New River Road forming the Western or
upper boundary line.
A plan of the Town can be seen at the
Recorder's office.
For further particulars, apply to Dx. A.
C. LOVE, at Gibson's Hotel, Darrowville,
or to the undersigned at Gem Plantation.
mnar2 BEN. GIBSON.
Public Notice.
A SMALL roan stallion, about 4 years
old and 13 hands high, was left at my
stable some three months ago by a watch
maker giving his name as bister, of whom
nothing has been heard for five or six weeks.
I therefore give notice that, unless the own
er comes forward and pays stable charges
within FIFTEEN DAYS from this date, I
shall proceed to sell the animal according
to law.
Darrowville, La., June 19, 1880.
$10 to $20 per Day.
AN AGENT wanted in every parish ig
Louisiana to sell
Mark Twain's New Book, .
" Tramp Abroad." For terms and
territory, apply to
Southern Publish ig Go.,
Box 116, New Orleans, La.
For Rent.
Tof Iberville and Lessard Streets, Don
aldsonville, La. Apply to
250r' MEN to work on Lobdell Levee,
Ad01 West Baton Rouge. Wages, $1 50
per day. Apply to the contractor on the
work. f-14
It is with greatp
S. 0
announces the resuniption #
his former 1t
Missimsppi Street, .
with alMagnificent 8tick of
Dry Goods,
Furniture, Hardware,
Crockery, Liquors,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Notoia,
"ET . E3T0., xrYPC.,
Excelling in size, range, quality of goods and
lowness of prices any he has yet offered the
public. The sale of the store building may
make it necessary for me to remove on short
notice, hence I desire to lighten my .large stlck
as rapidly as possible by offering
A visit to my store will show that I mean this,
Instruments Repair ed, Thned
and Exchanged.
1192... _Magazine Street,....1102
Li os & I laojls.
Begs leave to inform his friends and the
public of Donaldsonville and vicinity that
he has established himself permanently' at
the above location and is prepared to do all
work in his line in the best manner and on
most reasonable terms. Parties desiring to.
purchase or exchange instruments will And
it to their interest to deal with me. I make
a specialty of dealing in and exchangingin
struments. Will continue to visit this and
other sections for the purpose of repairing
and tuning instruments. Solicits orders and
guarantees prompt attention,' fair dealing
and good work. marl3
ICE! IGE! 10E!
At Wholesale and Retail.
F ROM the 6th of April throughout the
season, I will keep constantly on hand
a large supply of pure ice, fresh from the
great Northern Lakes, which I will sell to
the public at the following rates: Retail, 2
cents per pound; wholesale, quantity not
less than 100 pounds, 1i cents per pound.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of the
publio aud'promise just dealing.
TV 1OOrli
FO RW 8 A.,E
Apply to C. KLINE,
Donaldsonville, La.,
Or to A. J. SHARP, on Bayou Lafourche,
one and a half miles below Donaldsonville.
Hotel and Livery Stable,
Darro-wville, La.
Left bank Miss esippi river, opposite Don
Good entertainment for man and beast at
reasonable rates, Horsee and buggies for
hire. mv3-ly
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Louisiana-Twenty-Second Judicial
District Conft-Parish of Ascension,
Hirsch & Lowenstein, No. 51,
Joseph Vignes, No. 52,
Edward Booth, No. 55,
Goudchand & Silbernagel, No. 56,
Jos. Dreyfus h Co., No. 57,
BY VIRTUE of and in obedience to an
L order of sale issued by the Hon. Twen
-Second Judiciai District Court, parish of
Ascension, dated June 17,1880, in the above
entitled and numbered saits, to me directed,
I will offer for sale at public auction, to the
highest bidder, on the premises aheet nine.
mlsabove the town of Doual'dlsonvillepn
the right bank of the Mississippi rive,
the parish of Ascension, on
Saturday, the 3rd day of July, A. D. 1880,
the following described property, to-wit:
The contents of a store, consisting of dry
goods, groceries, crockery, etc., etc., as per
inventory on file in my o#ce.
Seized in the above suits.
Terms and Conditisa.:
(ash, in United States currene.
Parish of Ascension, June19, 1880.
P. A. JONES, SheridL
New Orleans. Lg.
S. M. FUCOI#H, Proprietor.
ICE promp shipped at lowest wiark
Oders from Planters Cton e Hte
acd consumers genealiyscted.l 8ate..
faction uaranteed. Are as above '.
0. Bog 251. tooti:
NShingles, Sftwes, etc.
All orders promptly attended to a&dMatib,
faction guaranteed.
All letters and orders to be addressed eo,
P. O. Box 88,
febl5-]y Ibervxllesyarish, 1
$5*t$20J0EYatIvcm eat" efr
Keating's Academy,
Corner Cbeht obaes asd Attakapae -reets,
lDatiealsvIt arle, Le.
Mhs. Il. REATIlNG geturna thanks to the
people of Doanaidsonvikle° tad violinity foe,
the liberal patronage; beretofore -bestowed.
upon the Academy, and blegs 1eare` to -
that or effort ~will be spared to merit og
tinuance of public favor.
A limited number of pupil# ho s reo
will be received and feraished with board
and lodging. For terms of textic, e., ap
ply to or address
mar24 Donaldsouville. La.
Ioy Sale.
SSIX 4-hoghead Wooden CooleraC. O.
and all steam pipe coanection, an i coin
plate and perfect order. Also sqehe
All the above .will be sel4 a# reaosnble
figures by 5. ISRAEL k CO.
M r. Josep h Ferrier i ie ` <
taie public, that thie;p. esdtlt
existing rbhertofer
has been-dissolved by mi tateonsent.
He will ecntine thesRamekind of bugea
at the ord stand, where be is ready to exe
cute at shortest notire a1I work e
Vim, pertainng to the trades of
owniismiths ,ecý~ th, ~e~af$ ý4ial.
Buggies darriges, Wagons and Oart&
repaied fi'-a workanlke mne, at prise,
"kd Yeh clte iin Exchae
Te e Manufaetare of
Plantation Carts ani Wr
aspselaty. Insetion ,andeon
wec show o Aeerene et
percent A lygggy
Don~aldsonville, la, Ia gyýI ;

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