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Two Dollars a Year. TRA ELERS' GUIDE. New Orleans &. Texas Railroad, TIME-TABLE. Morgan's ferty-boat leaves head of St. Ann street, New Orleans, daily, at 8 A. x., connecting with the passenger train at Algiers. Train arrives at Do)aldsoaville at 12 x. Returning, leaves Donaldson ville at 12:30, arriving at New Orleans at 4:30 p. x. Daily freight train each way, Sundays ex copted. $teamboats-Begular Packets. New Orleans and Bayou Ladourche. Assumption, up Wednesday and Saturday mornings; down Thursday and Sunday. Clara S., up Tuesday and Friday; down Wednesday and Saturday. New Orleans and Plaquemine. Belle, up Tuesday and Saturday; down Wednesday and Sunday. New Orleans and Bayou Sara. Wi'n. Fayan, up Wednesday and Saturday nights; down Monday and Friday. Corona, up Monday and Friday nights; down Wednesday and Sunday. New Orleans and Vicksburg. Jtno. IV. Cannon, up Tuesday night; down Sunday night. .J. M. White, up Thursday night; down Wednesday night. Yazoo City, up Saturday night; down Thursday evening. t- INDECISION. I love her I Words can not express The joy with which her presence tills me. The soft touch of her hand, her dress Against my arm with rapture thrills me. I yearn to call her mine, but still (Excuse me if my sorrows trouble you) She says I am her dearest WVill, And writes it with a lower-case w. Fresh as a rosebud newly-born With morning's dew-drop still upon it; Graces that ne'er did queen adorn, Worthy of poet's noblest sonnet; A heart as sunny as aI bird's, Ah, were I free my life to pledge herl Were I but sure she'd find mty words Sweet as her heroes of the " Ledger !" I sang to her an old, old song, (An excellent hint from Coleridge taking) The tale of one whose heart had long With untold love been slowly breaking. I ceased ; but though upon her face Love, pity, maiden shame were blended, Instead of Genevieve's enmbraeo She only murmured, " That is splendid!" Queen of home arts, she seems to cast Sunshine and song 'round all who meet her, No rare Madonna of the past Was ever purer, gentler, sweeter. A home with her-but no, I fear It can not be. How could I hear To hear her play, year after year, Her single piece-the " Maiden's Prayer ?" -Scribner's Bric-a-Brac. -----aw-lopeo- 40P Giving Us Taffty. Birthday Greetings from Our Brethren of the Press. The Donaldsouville CmirF is nine years old, going on ten.-St, Tammatnny Faormer. The Donaldeouville Culr, the ablest, most dignified, anId Inost intorestiug Re publican newspaper in the Stale, has celebrated its ninth birthday.-Calcasieu lcho. The Donaldsonville CIHIEF conies to us this week rejoicing in its tenth birthday. Tho CHmIEw is a live, sprightly paper, well edited and neatly printed, and barring its politics, we wish it success.-Baton Bouge Advocate. The Donaldsonville C~rEF has entered upon its tenth year. The CaUrv is ably edited, neatly printed, and by the way, is one of our most valued exchanges. We wish it a long life and Imuch prosperity. Lincoln .Sentinel. The Donaldsonville CHIEF has entered upon its tenth year. Though Republic an, and differing with us in politics the CIul:F is an upright, dignified piaper. We we wish it abundant success.--Baton Rouge Capitolian. The weekly Advocate published i Baton Rouge is 37 years old--just in th prime of life. The Oaclhita T'elegrap has entered its sixteenth year. The Dont aldsonville CutiEr has reached its tendll The two first are:Democratic papers, tit latter Republicau.-lberville South. The Donallsonville Cutur entered up on its tenth year last week. It is one o the best and most neatly printed paper in the State, and is by far the ablest ed ited Republican paper with which w exchange. It haslour best wishes for it success aside from politics.--Bichlan Beacon. The Donnldsouville CiEti' h1as just en tured upon its tenth volume. Though w dislike some of Linden E. Bentley's po litical sayings we can not but admir, him for his personal merits. For the sake of the proprietor, and not his paper, w, wish the CIEmF llnbounded success.-St Landry DeIocrat. T'he Donalsourville CHitI.tF entered up on its 10th Vol., on the llth inst., witl flowing sails. The CHIEF is emphatic ally a'inewspaper, standard and progres aive. A prettly fair knowledge of tbh ' Big lugen " hitsellf forces us to say and the adinissoin is a pleasant one-ttai no one is better qualified in all respect to make his journal what its title ijm ports--lhe C(tIE'.-Liriny.rton:ian. With the last number of the Donald sonv tille CI RY b ega vol!ume ten of it existence. To oar friend Ikntley we ex tcnd oulr Ileart iest congratulatiouts upni the brilliant suce es which has followet his venture in this State. The (:HI;r i an exchange we have always a mired tfi its many brilliant qualities as a first class country journal and its editor a one of the live members of the fraternity -West Baton Rouge Sugar Planter. The )Donaldsonville CtuxP has just fiin ished nine years of its labors uand useful hess, and starts on the tenth with a hear buoyalnt with hope. Its editor is one o thle most grtaceful antll dignified writer belonging to the 1.miui;ana press gang and we wish the CuItr big luck in thi future. While we disagree with Betitleh in politics, we admire his bold anut man style ol expressing his views. Here's th the CHIEF aud its fluent editor.-J-ore house Clarion. With its issue of Saturday, the 11tl insitant, the )onatldsonville CUtmEuv en tered upon its tenth volume. T'rub the able gentleman who conducts thiu most excellent paper can well fcel promu of the sccess that has attended hi, efforts in the field of journalism. Thi CuHEF has always been a strong advocate of light and truth, a believer in lepub. lican principles, never forgetting thal statesmen and gentlemen are entitled tc lead instead of tricksters and pot-houl,. politicians. We congratulate. friedll Blentley, and hope that success may con tinue to crown his efforts.-Morgan City hree Press. No Good Preaching. No man can do a good job of work, preach a good sermon, try a law suit well, doctor a patient or write a good article when lie feels miserable and dull, with sluggish brain and uinsteady nerves; and none should make the attempt in such a condition when it can bi' so easily and cheaply removed by a little Hop Bitters. See other clUmmn. lHtd': (ilt Edge Touli-cnc.res dysp'p 1i. Caleasleu river. Lake Charles l.obo. Captain Justin Strasser has arrived at Lake Chatles, and is.having a boat and skiffs built with which to make a government survey of the Csleisieu I, river. We trust that his report of the survey to the general government will a demonstrate the propriety and im portance of a Congressional appropri tation for the improvement of naviga i tion on the Calcasieu river, and, that s soon this river may be freed from ob structions, and may be made navig r- able from !te mouth to the ortllern portion of our parishl It is not gen erally known abroad that the Calca sien river is one of the deepest rivers in the world ; averaging from sixty to eighty feet deep for many miles. g Major A. J. H. Duganne, during the war, crossed the Calcasieu river at what is now Nix's Ferry, near Lake Charles, a Federal prisoner, and in his book called " Camps and Prisons," he speaks of the Calcasieu as "a broad, deep and picturesquely wooded . stream." TlEY BOLTED.-A little incident which happened at Morgan City last u Saturday illustrates the truth of thc n old adage, " habit becomes second i nature." Eight gentlemen, with ap petites sharpened by the salt breeze and arduous chin labor at the nomi nating convention bolted into a res taurant, and, having carefully ad- 1 justed their napkiwns and an elaborate menu, summoned the jolly host. The spokesman of the party then J inquired if they could have a square meal at the expense of tihe handsome and talented candidate. }1oniface re plied that he regretted not to be able to accede to the very flattering re quest, as the hard times had caused C him to adopt the cash system. Mine host retired, and after having bolted the door a hasty conference was held and the fillowing resolution unani mously adopted: "Resolved, thatp as our candidate is not appreciated in c this restaurant, and we can not have p things our own way, we will persist in carrying out the time honored cus- c tonm of our wing of the Democratic a party." They bolted.-Lafayette Ad vertiser. " We can not but smile," says an exchange, " when a man tells us that lhe can not take his local paper be cause he wants a city paper. He might as well say he can not afford bread because he intends having sponge cake. Meanwhile he has to ask his neighbor about the local news and notices, and the local paper goes on building np his place and business and serving his conveniences without hr is support. It is not manly, and we a say without hesitation that there is something out of joint with the man who does not support his home paper. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents mala Sria. r J HYSICIANS say it isa PERFECT SUB L STITLITE for the sulphate quinine. Superior is toeie properties, and produces P no disagreeable effect. Dose the Same as Sulphate Quinine. Sent by E. J. Hart & Co., I(ew Orleans, , L,., by mail nor 1.50 per oz. Billings, Clapp & On., Chemists, Boston. Z1 .1 *L DUNN, Carpenter and Builder, Post-office Box No. 1, DIonaldsonville, La. A NUVinaa9IVuYII LV, BAU. ,ju PLAQUEMINE & JEFFERSON l SAW MILLS 1he DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF i- SAWED AND SPLIT SLumber, Shingles, Staves, etc. tn- All orders promptly attended to and satis we faction guaranteed. PO- PRICES TO SUIT TIHE TIMES. ire All letters and orders to be addressed to ve A. WILBERT, St. T1. O. Box 88, p- PL/IQ [TEJRI.IaE, itli ic- febl5-ly Iberville parish. La. VS he GLIAlND 11- ihlican ballies! R llepublicau mass-meetings will be h'ld in the parish of Ascension as follows: i Adlard Landry place, 1st ward, for Friday evcningi , October 8, at 7 - o'clock. y. 1)onaldsonville, Saturday, Octo ber 9, at 3 P. M. Orange Grove place, 5th ward, rt Sunday, Oct. 10, at 3 P. 3M. r nd also at Napoleonville, As sumption parish, Sunday, Oct. 10, :he at 12 31. I Ex-G v. II. C. Warmoth, r- liHon. A. J. )numont, Gen. Jack Wharton, Ith lion. Chester B. Darrall and other distinguished speakers will be present to address the peo ud ple. te.Come One! Come All.!! L- ORAY'S -SPECIFIC MEDICINE. "it The Great Englsh Remedy. to I"FzADE MARE An unfailing TRAbSE AR k cure for Menº i inal Weak - ness, Sperm- m it, atorrhea, Im potency, and all l)ieases that follow as S a sequence of lk,I T Selt-abuine:a - lit lE TAIl2iGoss of emmn.ArTl TAAIII. ory, Universal La:sjitude, Pain in the Back, od Dimness of Vision. Premature Old Age, and I Il, many other Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Premature Grave. Si; c' Full particulars in our pamphlet, which - in wej desire to send free by nail to every one. t¶ The Specific Medicine is sold b~- all 1Y druggists at $1 per package, or six packages op for $3, or will be sent free by mail on re ceipt of the money. by addressing t THE GRiAY MEDICINE CO., No. t Mlechanics' Block, DETROIT, MICH. h - old by druggists generally. G. B. g I Finlay & Co., New Orleans, Wholesale Agts. A 15 A THOROUOOG REMEDY IN EVERY CASE OF FEVER AND ACGE. while for disorderaof the sowchrb, torpidity of the firer, ind gestlon and disturbance of the animal forces, which debilitate It ha1s 1o equiva lent .nd can have to substitute. It should not be confouuded wih ti e triturated compoonds of spirits ai.d essential oils tftcn sOd under the name of Bittera. For ple by DRUGGISTS, OROCERS AND GENERALZ DEALERS. Every where. Wholesale Depot, BER.17%@JRD LELJ.1E .FVI.1 I)onaldstuville, La. In Full Blast at the Old Stand ! BILLEISEN'S Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron W OR EKS, DONALDSONVILLE, LA. 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 hand a fill 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, Iberville. D. R. CARROLL, " LEMANN & BAILEY, Ascension. LEM 4NN & LUM, LEMANN & SON, SEYMOUR & CO., ,JOHN REUSS, JAMES TELLER, MRS. M. ISRAEL & CO., St. James. HON. TAYLOR BEATTIE, Assumption. A. J. SHIARP, E. J. VICKNAIR. " HON. D. F. KENNER, New Orleans. Jobbing and country orders promptly attended to at moderate charges. ICE! ICE! ICE! At Wholesale and Retail. FROM 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. 1 cents per pound. I respectfully solicit the patronage of the public and promise just dealing. G. SEIFRIED. Registration Notice. To the Voters of the Parish of Ascension. PIUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Tax Assessor and ex officio Supervisor of Registration of the par ish of Ascension will, in conformity with Sec. 38, Act 123 of 1880, attend at the follow ing places for the purpose of revising the registration of this parish, froms 7 o'clock A. iregistration of this piarish, frionm 7 o'clock A. M., to 1 P. M., and from 2 P. M., until 6 o'clock P. M.: Court-louse, Donaldsonville, third ward, August 30 to S.eptember 4 iuclusive. Adlard Landry's school-house, first ward, September 6. McCall Bros'. warehouse, first ward. Sept. 7. J. Oubre's store, first ward, Sleptember 8. Mrs. M. Prenss' store-Port Barrow-first ward, September 9. Armand IRichard's store, second ward, Septemb,er I0. D)ufossat Gregoire's store-Bruly Sacra mento-secound ward, September 11. J. J. I)rake's store, fourth ward, Sept. 13. J. C. Cofield's store, fourth ward, Sept. 18. Mississippi river ferry-Darrowville--ffth ward, September 15, Burnside's lloumnas store, fifth ward, Sep tember 6I. Ben. Tureaud's store, fifth ward, Sept. 17. AshlnLdii store, sixth ward, September 20. New liver Landing, sixth ward. Sept. Wll. V. P. Landry's store, seventh ward, Sept. 22 and 23 inclusive. Solomon Ilarnon's school-house, seventh ward, Sept. 21 and 25 inclusive. It. D. Minor's Point store, eighth ward, Septeimber '27. Hlerciule Landry's store, eighth ward, Sept. 28 and 29 inlusive. Alexander Myers' old store, eighth sard, Septenmb Ier30 and :31 inclusive. C(ourt-Ilouse, Donaldsonville, October 4 to 2:1 inclusive. Parish of Ascension. August 13, 1980. FELIX REYNAUD, Tax Assessor and ex officio Supervisor of Registration, parish of Ascension. Proceedings of the Police Jury, Parish of Ascension. PARISH Or ASCItNSION, Sept. 7, 1880. Pursuant to adjournment, the Police Jury of the parish of Ascension imet this day. The roll was called and the following mnembers answered So their names, vi : Messrs. I. T. Hanson, President; Dr. Ed. ward Duffel, Pierre Klopman, Henry C. Braud and Ben. Gibson. On motion of Mr. Pierre Klopman, the following estimate of expenditures for the year 1880 was adopted and ordleredt to be published accordling to law, viz: 1. Clerk of Court, including $115 to March 31, 188).............-- .... $225 2. Sheriff, inelading $150 to March 31, 1880, ........ ................... 600 3. Justices of the Peace,............. 620 4. 'onstables,...... ................ 750 5. Witnesses.................. ..... 400 6. Jailor, for maintenance of prisoners, 1500 7. Taking convicts to penitentiary,... 200 8. Medicine, light, etc., for jail,....... 100 9. District Attorney................. 500 10. Coroner......................... 400 11. Coroner's Jury,.................... 180 12. Repairs to Court-House............ 600 13, (Grand and Petit Jurors........... 1000 14. Police Jurors..................... 275 Ii. Printing, ......................... 360 16. Clk. Police Jury and Par. Treasurer, 600 17. Pauper's fiiond .................... 350 18. Assessor's comumission,............. 600 19. School fund, (1 mill)............... 1998 20. Election expenses,................ 600 21. Tax Collector's commiasion,....... 800 22. Registration expenses,............. 3001 23. Sheriff, attendance on Court,...... 600 24. Delinquent list .................. 750 25. Contingent fund,............... 5690 Total ..................... $1,998 On motion, duly seconded, it was Reolved. That a tax of 10 mills per $1 an the assessment of 1880, be and the same is hereby levied to pay the expenses of this parish for the year 1880. A true copy: R. PROSPER LANDIY, Secretary. is now being made faster i than ever by those at work 1 S u. for us. Persons of either 1 M-1 . sex can make $66 a week in heir own towns if they are willing to work. I \o risk. $5 outfit free. Anyone can run the onsiness. Capital not required. All who en- i p:ge prosper. No one fails. Particulars free. tddress II. HALLETT & CO., Portland, Mc. 1To. 74 St5 Charls Street' A Most Wonderthl and BSE TJrEwo DBlscovuY, THE MEDICATED GLASS. You can get a pair of spectacles that will keep your eyes in as good condition forever after as when first you use them. These Medicated Glasses have been thoroughly ex amine and analyzed by Prof. Berger, the great French oculist, and Dr. Carl Hollander the famous German oculist, and pronounced as far superior to any glass as yet made, and recommended as the only glasses to be used to save the eye. American oculists claim that the Medicated Glasses have no equal, and can in some cases restore the eye to its original sight, when used in time, and in no case can the eye become impaired by the use of these glasses, if properly adapted, tor the following reasons: 1. The chemicals soften the light to the eye, completely doing away with that tiresome sensation that is usually experienced in using glasses after one or two hours' use. 2. The medicated properties contained in tih glass make it as hard as a diamond. It will retain its polish and never become dull or dim, hence you will always see through it as bright and clear as at first. 3. The chemicals keep the glasses cold as ice-result is, your optic nerves always cool, doing away with any feverish sensation to the eye. 4. These glasses have no equal for night reading or sewing. With them you can sit up all night, and the light has no effect on the eye, with no tiresome sensation whatever, which necessarily continues to improve the eye. We suit all eyes and warrant our work, or money refunded. Persons living at a distance, desiring the Medicated Glasses, can be fitted by sending address with postage stamp. The Medicated Glasses can only be had at 74 St. Charles Street, as we have no agents, nor do we employ peddlers. Granulated and Sore Eye-lids cured without the use of knife or other extreme measures. H0ERC. HOU A , Ss 25 7 St. Charles Street, New Orleans. SCHONBERG': LIVERY, SALE AND --AND Undertaker's Establishm' Railroad Avenue, opposite City Hotel, Donaldsonville. Cheaper than the Cheap Stabl( A FINE HEARSE and a full assortment of COFFIN Of all Sizes, Styles and Prices, SV' We have a preparation for preser ing bodies an indefinite length of time the warnnest weather, which will be applia gratis, and IIcarsc furnished Free of Charge, when the Cofin is purchased at this esta lishmoent. j FRESTI KENTUCKY HORSES, NEW BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, HACKS, SADI)LES & HARNEt at reduced rates of hire. Particular atte tion to boarding horses. A supply of feed, HAY, CORN, OATS and BRAN, always on sale at bottom market prices. A spacious Mule Pen has been provided in connection with tl stables, affording unequaled facilities to dr vers and traders for the accommodation their stock at bed-rock rates. TRY US. Satisfaction must and shall 1 given to patrons. Respectfully, aug3 SCIIONBERG. 9 9 Can't be made by every agec every Inouth in the business u furnish, but those willing to woi can easily earn a dozen dollars day right in their own localities. Have r room to explain here. Business pleasai and honorable. Women, and boys and ,ir do as well as men. We will furnish you complete Outfit free. We will hear expeo of starting you. Particulars free. Wril and see. farmers and mechanics, their sot and daughters. and all classes in need t paying work at home, shonhuld write to t and learn all about the work at once. A. dress TRUE & CO., Augusta, Maine. St..$2'? Pedo aath ns. Samples worth $S fr V Addras Srisoe & (Co. Portland, Main P RO1ERIBS. "The Richers Blood, Sweetest Breat and fairest Skin in Hop Bitters." " A little Hop Bitters saves big doctor' bill and long sickness." _ That invalid wife, mother, sister c child san he made the picture of healt with Hop Bitters." " When worn down and ready to tak your bed, Flop Bitters is what you need " " Dost't physic and physic. for it weal as and destroys. but take Hop Bitter that build up continually." " Physicians of all schools use and ref mmeain Hop Bitters. Test them." " Health is beauty and joy-Hop Bitter give health and beluty." " There are more cures made with Ho bitters than all other medicines." " Wihe the brain is wearied the nerve unstrung, the muscles weak, use Hop Bit ters." " That low, nervous fever, want of slee] and weakness. calls for Hop Bitters." The Hop Cough Cure and Paht Relief is the cheapest, Sures and Best. Teo the Working Clagss.-We ar now prepared to taurnish all classes with eon stant employment at home, th" w~hole of thb time, or tfr their spare moments. Businesi new, light and profitable. Persons of eithe sex easily earn from 50 cents to Sper even ing, and a proportional sum by devotinj their whole time to the business. Boys ant girls earn nearly as much as men. That al who see this notice may send their address and test the business, we make this offer To such as are not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for the trouble on writing. Full particulars and outfit free .Address, GEO. STIsSON & Co., Portland, He THE PICAYUNE SAW-MILL, HALF-MILE BELOW DONAlrDSONVr.LEW, IA. LIT 1V BEI R OF ALL KINDS On Hand and Sawed to Order. Orders executed on shortest notice AND AT LOWEST PRICES. Encourage home enterprise. Try the work and prices of the Picayune Mill before going elsewhere. jy24-ly L. A. COLOMB, GENERAL Firelnsnranc Agent, Donaldsonville, La. REPRESENTING : Liverpool, London and Globe Ins. Co., ASSETSe,................$30,731,893 45. La Confiance, of Paris, France, ASSETS, ..................$7,795.203 27. Assets U. S. 4 per cent. Bonds, .. $532,410. Western Assurance, of Toronto, Canada, ASSETS, ........ .......$1,757,326 39. Hope Insurance Co., of New Orleans, CAPITAL, ...... ..............$250,000. Risks taken at the Lowest Rates. 500 CORDS of SWAr WOOID FOR SAL E f Apply to C. KJZNE, Donalds~ le, La., Or to A. J. SHARP, on Bayou Lafourche, one and a half miles below Donaldsonville. S.Oreat chance to make mon ey. We need a person in every town to take sub I -scriptions for the largest, cheapest and best Illustrated family publi cation in the world. Any one can become a successful agent. Six elegant works of art given free to subscribers. The price is so low that almost everybody subscribes. One agent reports taking 120 subscribers in a flay. A lady agent reports making over $200 clear profit in ten days. All who en gage make money fast. You can devote all your time to the business, or only your spare time. You need not be away from home over night. You can do it as well as others. Full directions and terms free. Elegant and expensive Outtit free. If you want profit able work send us your address at once. It costs nothing to try the business. No one who engages fails to make great pay. Address GEonGE STIaEow &. CO., Portland. Maine. THE GREAT CAUSE OF HUMAN MISERY. Just Published, in a sakled Envelope. Price mis Cents. A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment, and Radical cure of Seminal Weakness, or Sperm atorrheas, indeed by Self-Abuse, Involun tary lnissions, Impotency, Nervous Debil ity, and'lmpedireeats to Marriage generally ; Conoumptien, Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity, &c.-By ROBERT J. CULVEiRWELL, M. D., author of the " Green ook," e. - The world-renowned author, in this ad mirable Leetere, elearly proves from his owt ezperiewce that the awful ousequemees of Self-Abase may be etffeetally removed without medicine, and without dangeroas surgical operations. bougies, instraments, rizag, oa cordials; pointing oet a mode of eare at onee m.rtain and eteeteal, by which every snferer, no matter what his eonditioe may be. may cea himself hbeaply, privately and radicfly. V 2'Aie Lesr. we ill prove a boon to £Aoucsasd end thorsesde. Seat, under meal, in a plain envelope, to 9ay add. es, a reaeeipt of six cents, or two postage stamps. Addres the Publishere, THE OULVERWELL MEDICAL 00., 41 Ama Lt, New York, N. W4 PotOfce Box, 4886. $S a week in your own town. $5 O.t fit free. No risk. Reader, if you want a business at which persons of either sex can make great pay all the time they work, write for particulars to H. HALLErr & Co., Portland, Maine. - ..ý .. r .-..... - - -AT LEMANN'S OLD STAND. It is with great pleasure that S. M OYS E, announces the resumption of business at a new location, Mississippi Street, D'OHALDSO VILLE, LA., with a Magnificent Stock of Dry Goods, Clothisg, GolOCElINsa9, Furniture, Hardware, Crockery, Liquors, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Notions, ETC., ETC., ETC. Excelling in size, range, quality of goods and lowness of prices any he has yet offered the public. Having secured the lease of a very commodious building at favorable rates and being daily in receipt of goods purchased at lowest market rates, I am offering. UNEQUALED BARGAINS FOR CASH! A visit to my store will show that I mean this. YOURS TRULY, S. MOYSE. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Louisiana E uaitaile Life an Accident Insurance Compoay,. 39.......... .Carondelet Street,--..........39 N..W O2ELl~A TS. E. B. BRIGGS, PRESIDENT, JOHN HENDERSON, VTCE PRESIDENT, A. PATTON, SECRETARY. The Policies of the Louisiana Equitable A CXERTIFICATTE Life Insurance Company are registered, and the Reserve thereon deposited Of the tor of tat to the credit of the Policy with Is Annexed to Each Policy. the Auditor and Treasurer This Company complied with the pro of State, in compliance visions of the above Act and made its with an Act, approv- third deposit of the required reserve Feb ed April 2, 1877, ruary 23, 1880. entitled: ALLEN JUMEL, Auditor. "An Act to better secure holders of Life ACTIVE AGENTM WANTED. Insurance Policies in this State; to Apply to provide a reserve fund SOU3..ZUZ a M C.s.~g , there; and for other General Agents, Baton Rouge, La. purposes." WMxL. ROCHE,....... Agnt, Plaquemine, L. A. Colomb, General Agent, Mississippi Street, Dnowa l30Nreasowwzz L..& Li Mr. Colomb also takes fire risks on the most favorable terms. Consult him before insuring. 75-W 75 FOIR SALEJ IN THE Frojected Town of Darrowville, (Oiposite Donaldsonville,) At prices ranging from $35 to $75 each, --AND 6 LARGER LOTS, Containing nearly It sores each, for $500 per lot. The cite of the town is opposite Donald sonville. left bank Mississippi sier, the River Ferry Landing being leea.td sea the centre of the tews font, and the poposed New River Road fommiug the Westert or pper boundary lie. A plas of the Tows un Ie asee at the Reeorder's odee. For further partiaulars, apply to Da. A. C. LOVE, at Gibsoe's Hotel, Darrewville, or to the undersigned at Gem Plantation. mar2 BEN: GIBSON. $66 e . AddrEsi. E rW ACe.I am Maiui. BIG P A AENT We want a limited eumber of aetive, ener gelie eanvassers to engage in a pleasant and protable business. Good men will fInd this a rare ohanee TO MANN DONUT. Such will please answer this advertise, ment, by letter, enclosimg stamp for reply, stating what business they have been en gaged in. None.but those who mean busi ness need apply. Address FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.;, Atlan4t; Ga. Instruments Repaired, Tuned and rxchanged. E. VON HOFE, 1192.... Magazine Street,.....1192 ABOVE NAPOLEON, NEW ORLEANS. -DEALER IN Pialos & elodeous. Be. leave to inform his friends and the -oblt ef Doaldeonville and vieinity that Shas etabliehed himself permanently at the above loeatien and is prepared to do all work i his line la the best manner and on meat reasonable terms. Parties desiring to p.rwhase or exehange instruments will d 4 . their interest to deal with me. I make Sspecialty of dealing in and exchanging in Itrument Will continue tovisit thi and Aher seetions fr the pn.p of repaiuin tad tuniJg instrumc... moiits ,erý and uaraZtees prompt attention fair dealing mai goso work. marl3 9 week. 1Sa daat home easly made. Costly Soutdthee AddreassT wkCo.,Anguststalne. PA IS. businese now beforethepub lie. You can make money faster at work for us than at anything else. Capital not squired. will etart you. $12a y an Ipwards made at home by the industrious. Ken, women, boys and girls wanted every where to work for us. Now is the time. Youp utn devote your whole time to the work, or mly your spare momenta. No other business will pay you nearly as well. Noon willing :p work can fail to make enormous ay by sgaging at once. Costly Outfit and terms lee. A great opportunity frmakng money s--_y and honorably., M .. Tru ;eo.,aguata ,Naiw.. jlyI -