efth e W ltatrsa v qr.
1>oX STATE ivjWl
Gleslag tron the Louaieeas Press.
Thibedas f Bftlsel: Four plantations
lal besw conmpleted rolling have made
ua mda of sugar against 370 hogs
beads is Mt .
COsldwel Hfertfd: A .eutting affray
took pl-at SeIrown's s.ore in which a
ma. nworth Was probably fa.
37460 miied by dim Smith.
Clinton PP blteDesworat: A Mr. Hoff
$, a tailor t thlis place, who was
t a building on the Domi
u * tSmerman premises, fell in the
SSaturday night and was burned to
S. lieJru rd Eagle: Stephen 8. Cole, a
'basV,1e; under arrest for shooting
and lIaewsaly killing Ben Valere, another
soleSai youth, on the Olivier plantation.
YVler was shot becase he refused to go
heating with Cole and several other boys.
Claiborne Guatrdian: The dwelling
hens of P. C. Collier was destroyed by
sAiB#qdep night with all its meontes.
h i yfiily did not even save their wear
lag apparel. The house was large and
wrdit fmraibed. The loss is a heavy one.
Coanordia Bagle: In the case of the
Mitke. AChbtrry Harris a colored man,
fortih alleged murder of R. P. Derbin,
whte,. a n'esee on one of Mr. Yanaga's
plaitatic. comlng up on preliminary
e S em Judge Hough held that the
t.altgi'wr justiflable and discharged
9a0 aouge Advocate : Mr. R. H.
1A ib. contracting carpenter, has
po ahead his work on the State
rneas with sarprising energy. He has
the Wouse of Representatives and a nnm
b.l3r other rooms near enough com- p
p fLste the plasterers to begin lathing.
In d.,hMayr he will also have the Sen- (
ate eb,"bet near enough done for the
I£blysbsIe: A party of surveyors a
ativa last week at Mearepas for the
prpe of continuing the survey of the
CaoiyW tract of the Honmas claim, above
Tla Bluff, and extending as high up
the A;lito river as Coruett's Mill-in
*owl gllb 8 and 9, range S. It is to be
1e0ei t are many months shall have
pele awiay, the settlers on the disputed
territory may be satisfied as to their
ehpaes hareOns Pleat: Messrs J.
W. V: Rbasa, and James B. Wil
liate, of tbhis parish, started on Monday
lasiter Alabahma for the purpose of pro
eahring eolred Iaborers to work on their
platatione next year.) `They will probe
lly' e hable bring on about one hun
dred and ifty, and this parish will then
lac jtust 9860 more. Ten thousand la
behpl, in addition to what we already
ae would not be one too many for this
peil. We maed labor, and we need it
'Weet Felloiiana Bestine: A young man
PIemed J. C. Ball was shot and severely
wounded in the left side during an alter
astion with a Negro calling himself Gar
aet.' lempeon. The Negro was pursued
and shot to death, andt proved to I.e a
murderer who escaped f:om jail in T.'re
boas emetime ago. The verdict of the
C. er'ejury was that he was killed by
pa"Mr phkownot....A two year old Ne
gre Ohild was aoocidentally drowned in a
bolb of water nee the store of J. Freyhan
& Co,, Thursday evening.
LGrant Chmratele: There are a set of
Aw.Mdly esthressts some eight or ten
Iil~'.mthtast of Colfax, on Bayou
Phdlip or Bayou Darro, who richly de
srvoa teriLftbe penitentiary or justice
at th end of a limb. Thursday night,
tbe ast fire to a store owned by two col
erqdStun, lrael Smith and Hansom Bris
eoabd burned it to the (ground. The
storehad goods in it amounting to near
ly 6800, and the building was worth
ebpat 0100 more. While the store was
in flames smeral volleys were fired int,
t. No one was In it at the time, the oc
enpean being at a houseoveral hundired
y.ras away, and too freightened to ven
tare par.~AThis party is evidently'the 1
ieret who killed a young Negro man
toth same store early in the fall,t by
*ootang through the walls. Measures
shald be taken to break up this niest of
Celesuieu Bedo: Last Thursday, abOllut
midnight, a fire broke out in Wmin. E. Gill's
noew two-story building next to the de
pot of the Louisiana Western Railrond,
habout half a mile north-east of Lake
(ibarles, .daln a very few minutes the
Slty with all its contents, was con
was built for a hotel, and was
rate and oeeupied as such by the rail
road eompany. Up stairs fire employees
of the railroad company were sleeping.
They escaped by jumping from the win
dows of the upper story. Mr. F. Bunce,
eablet of the botel, bqrcly escaped with
his lifS. The building was about 50 feetl
wide by 60 feet long, worth $1500 and not I
injured. The contents of the building,
worth b 00, were all cousnunmed, but this
l~oe believed to le covered by iusu
rane.... During the past quarter six
ew-pertoffices have been established in
this pirish. Caleasieu has now thirteen
T810AN8 skly it is a PERFECT IUI.
BTITUTE for the nlpbhate quinine
*spsxior0 tomat properties, and produces
so dismgreaile effect.
DaiM te Saie as Sulphate Quinine.
-m sL J. iart s Co.. Few Orleans,
, by mail fbr .1.50 per us.
Billina, Olapp & Oo., Ohemists, Boston.
MG W PAYzTw r.D
We waIt a limited u:iuber of active, ener
.ti enaasamers to en age in a vleasint and
postaleas iaeIa. u ve men will find this
W MRASEU MoNrUT.
bsw WinI please answer this aivertise
.e b latterS enclosing stamp for reply,
·kato t ea siaess theyv have been e.
aim. None but those who mean buai
- Pl ppll Address t ,
7IX T, HAIVEY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
er 18 A TROOtOIO WEMtEDY
n. EVERY CARS OF FEVE. AND Av.t
while for disorders oft the stomach , ,t y
o he liver, l tige tion nd dtsturb.nce of st,
r tl form, which debilita t s no e
Int r.ld cs byO Uie huStliotute.It slho.i not he
g- senfoadedl wib the triturasted rompolds of
spirlts aid essental oils ofltn seO; ader tai
am or$f Bitd. Fo
D. GGIMI s OROC1e0N AND GENERAL.
ir- kbEhI.EB ,sEer wber
Id Wholeesle Depot,
e. BER.'tJRD LE.RAI Mi,
8 In Full Blast at the Old
Sy tand !
C. opper, Tin and Sheet-Iron
as Manufactory of Strike Pans, Evaporating
Pans, Clariftiers, Juice Boxes, Syrup Tanks,
i Chimneys and Breechings, Force and Lift,
n- pumps. etc.
Steam Trains put up and fully guaranteed
g. Alsokeeps on hand a fill supply of Steam
n- Ganges, Iron Pipes and Fittings, for steam
hend water use.
Mr. Billeisen begs leave to refer to the
following named planters who lave usneed or
are still using his Strike Pains:
EIMER BADER, Iberyille.
De D. R. CARROLL,
te LEMANN & BAILEY, Ascension.
LEM 4NN & LUM,
"e LEMANN & SON,
SI EYMOUR & 0O.,
.JOHN REUIS. "
in JAMES TELLER, "
be MRS. M. ISRAEL & CO.. St. James.
re ITON. TAYLOR IEATTIE, Assumption.
A. J. 8IARP, "'
3d E. J. VICKNAIR.
,ir ON. D. F. KENNER, New Orleans.
Jobbing and countrig orders promplly
allended to at moderate charge..
y PLAQUEMINE & JEFFERSON
7 SAW MILLS
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
'" SAWED AND SPLIT
tkhsngles, Staves, etc.
All orders promptly attended to and satis
ly faiction guaranteed.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
All letters and orders to be addressed to
'e- P. O. Box 88,
e PLJQ Q U[TEJIE,
e febl5-ly Iberville parish, La.
Railroad Avenue, opposlte City Hotel,
Cheaper than the Cheap Stable !
A FINE IIEARSE
and a full assortment of
Of all Sizes, Styles and Prices.
R~ He have a preparation for nreserv
ing bodies an indefinite length of time in
the warmest weather, which will be applied
Hearse furnished Free of Charge,
when the Coffin is purchased at this cstab
FRESH KENTUCKY HORSES.
NEW BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
HACKS, SADDLES & HARNESS
at reduced rates of nire. Particular atten
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 the
stables, affording unequaled facilities to d ro
vers and traders for the acconrimodation of
their stock at bed-rock rates.
TRY US. Satisfaction must and shall be
given to patrons. Respectfully,
I1VAID l 30 DAYS
If you would regain health, strength apd
energy,Withoat the Use of Druags,
try Beach's Improved Electric Sponge Belt,
which we will send on trial. Agents wanted.
Address W. C. Beach, 8T. Jonas, M;ca.
LEMANN'S OLD STAND.
It is with great pleasure that
announces the resumption of business at
a new location,
with a Magnificent Stock of
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 GASH!
A visit to my store will show that I mean this.
Youas TRULY, S. OY.'.
HENIIY O. MAHEIR,
STAPLE AND FANCY
WIPVES and LIQUTORS,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, Etc., Etc.,
Corner St. Patrick and Claiborne streets,
Having fitted up my store in first-class
style and laid in a narefully selected stock
of choice and fresh goods. I respectfully ao
licit the patronage of my friends and the
public, assured that my goods and prices
will always give satisfaction. oc2-ly
RBead this Carefully.
Spring Mattresses at 50 Per
PITHE beet, healthiest and most comforta
J ble thing for the lhumn bhud' to rest
upon is a SPRING MATTRESS. It is su
peri..r to all new inventions: looks better.
wears better andl is less trouble that any
other; the bed is always " made," giving
the housekeeper no work except the spread
ing of the cover.
These mattresses have not been more gen
erally used heretofore because of their high
price, which was due to the fact that special
measurement was required for each btrd,
and they could not be made and placed on
the market in large quantities.
To overcome this impediment the under
signed has established a Spring Mattress
Factory at Donald.onville, is canvassing
for orders and taking measurements, and
will furnish mattresses formerly costing
$30 to $50 at a reduction of over fifty per
cent.-say from $16 to $10, according to
size of mattress and quality of ticking. No
paymuent req(uired untill mattress is deliv
ered and full satisfction given.
Orders by mail promptly attended to. In
measuring hedntread give precise length and
width inside across the centre. Necessary
deductions to allow room for bed-clothing
will be made at the factory.
lDonaldsonville, November, 1880f
n6-3m H. C. GRUBE.
L. A. COLOMB,
Fire ýlsurice Al lt,
Liverpool, London and Globe Ins. Co.,
La Confiance, of Paris, France,
AssETs .....................$7,795.213 27.
Assets U.S. 4 per cent. Bonuds,..-$532,410.
Western Assurance, of Toronto, Canada,
Hope Insurance Co., of New Orleans,
Rislks taken at the Lowest Rates.
JOHN P. FOICIIA.
Railroad Avenue, opposite the Post-office,
All work guaranteed and satisfaction
warrapted. Prices lower thea the ldwest.
Cor. Railroad Avenue and Iberville Street
P. LEFE VRE, - - - Proprietor
The bar is always supplied with the best
Wines and Liquors. jef3-ly
Hotel and Livery Stable,
9 Left bank Mississippi river, opposite Don
Good entertainment for man and beast at
reasonable rates. Horses and buggies for
Notice to Delinquent Tax
and License Payers.
e IE TIME allowed for payment of back
A 1Taxes without costs and penalties will
expire on the 31st day of December next.
All costs and penalties will revive after that
date, and the collection of back taxes en
forced according to Act No. 107 of 1880.
Parish of Ascension, Oct. 16, 1880.
P. A. JONES,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
State of Louisiana-Twenty-Second Judicial
District Court-Parish of Ascension.
Myrza Bergeron, wife of Martial Segal,
et at., vs. No. 68, Felix lteynaud.
DY VIRTUE of and acting in obedience
1 to a writ of fleri facias issued by the
it lion. Twenty-second Judicial District Court,
pIrish of Ascension, in the matter of Myrza
Biergeron, wife of Martial Segui, et al., vs. No.
6,. Felix Reynaud, I have seized arnd will
ofier lfr sale at public auction, to the high
est bidder, at the Court-House door of the
parish of Ascensson, on
Saturday, January 15, A. D. 1881,
at II o'clock A. .., the following described
A certain tract of land situated in the
1 parish of Ascension, on the Ieft bank of the
SMississippi river, and about five and a half
r mies from said river, in the portion of said
parish )nowui us " New River settlement,"
Ssaid trict of land measuring seven arpents
front by a depth of fourl'tee(n arl'ents, lthund
ed in front by New River, in the rear by
Slaun of Marcelin Richard, above by I ands
t of Coues Mire and Bertin Denoux, and be
low by those of A. T. Rybiski. together
with the buildings and improvements there
on, being a portion of Southwest quarter of
c.! i,,n '4, township i., South range 2, east.
being the same prop,.rty purchasedl by Ju
lien Le Saicherre fromll Wm. i. Boots of
Iberville parish, on the 24th October, 1866.
Seized in the above suit.
Terms and Conditions-Cash in- United
Parish of Ascension, December 11, 165880.
P. A JONES. Sheriff.
IIow Lost. How Restored !
Juut ipulished, a new edition
I of DR. CULVERWELL'S CELE
BRATEU ESSAY on the radical
cure (without medicine) of
Spiermnatorrhaea or Seminal Weakness, Invol
untary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental
and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to
Marriage. i.tc.; also. Consumption. Epilepsy
and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sex
ual extravagance, c.
''The celebhrated . utlor, in this admirable
Essay. clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
o.oasequences of self-abuse may lie radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
jedicine or the applieation of the knife;
pointing out a moiie of care at once simple.
certain and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately
I[ This Lecture should be in the ha s
of every youth and every man in the lanu.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt of six
cents, or two postage stamps.
Address the Publishers.
THE CULVERWELL MEDIOAL 00.,
S 41 Ann Mt., New work;
Post O.fice Box, 4 59.
111 ChAAL sThMtT,
Piles, Fistula and Fissure
O.red without the use of the
KNIFE, LIGATURE OR CAUSTIC,
Free from pain, danger or loss of time from
These Diseases 1eoeive Special Attention
and Oures Guaranteed.
Epilepsy or Fits treated with wonderful
success, as all cases are carefully examined,
and none taken but those offering good
prospects of curing.
Impotency, Spermatorrbea and Sexual
Debility, treated by medicine alone, has
heretofore proved useless and even Injuri
ous. They do no good, is the universal tes
timony of all honest physicians. Thousands
have " doctored" for these complaints, and
have thrown away their money and their
constitutions together, but the Doctor com
bines medical treatment with electricity,
the electricity being generated by a simple
electrical apparatus that any one can use,
and by these means insures success.
Constipation, the bane of so many lives
and the most prolific source of ill-health,
cured by a simple method, with little or no
Diseases of women treated by electricity,
without pain or exposure.
Stricture of the Urethra and Rectum cured
without a surgical operation and without
pain; Tape Worm, Diseases of the Kidneys,
Bladder, Private Diseases, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Nervous and Sick Headache,
Asthma, Weak, Painful and Sore Eyes,
without a surgical operation; Deafness,
Noise in the Ears, all Skin Diseases, Scrof
ula, Tumors, Loss of Voice, etc., success
fully treated by improved remedies. -
Letters of inquiry must be accompanied
with stamp for reply.
N. B.-No names made public without the
written consent of the parties.
The following persons may be referred to.
NEW ORLEANS TESTIMONIALS.
Capt. MAX BLANCHARD, Piles.
JAS. WALLBILLECII, Supt. Jolhnsen's
L. II. PATTEtSON, pilot str. Fagan,Piles.
MAX BEER, 163 Canal street, Neuralgia.
Mrs. MILLER, corner Jackson and Lib
ert~ streets, Deaf.
E. DILL. Morgan railroad, Tape Worm.
THOS. ROBINSON, 19 Conti, Piles.
JACOB BLUM, Baronne street, Piles.
Capt.PHARR, Morgan City. Loss of Voice.
LEO WOLFSON, Grapp's Bluff,La.,Piles.
Col. W. O'NEAL, Covington, Ky., Fistula.
W. F. SIIROCK, Goodman, Miss., Piles.
J. T. SWIM, Main street, Cincinnati, Fis
E. WOLF, Port Hickey, La., Piles.
BYRON EASTMAN, Mercer, Ky., Stric
J. B. ROSS. Be.n Lomond, Miss., Piles.
JAS. ALDRICll, Covington,Ky.,Diabetes.
A. FRIEDIIEIM, Bastrop, La., Piles.
. ,J. GORDON, 132 Walnut street, Cin
cinnati, Ohio, Catarrh.
J. T. IIA WK INS, Mason, Tenn., Discharge
from the Ear.
J. B. WILSON, Alton. Ky., Epilepsy.
G. D. HICKERSON, Vicksburg, Asthma.
J. T. WARREN, Carrollton, Tenn., Bron
H. SHIPP, Owen, Ky., Scrofula.
Office hours from 9 A. s., to 4 P. w.
Regular New Orlears and Bayou
Sara Passenger Packet.
THE FINE PASSENGER STEAMER
JNO. W. CANNON, &
J. C. LIBANO. J. H. MOSSOP,
Leaves New Orleans
Every Wednesday and Saturday, at 5p. m
For Bayou Sara and Coast Landings.
Passes Donaldsonville Mondays and Fri
days, between 3 and 10 o'clock P. M.
Y is now being made faster
than ever by those at work
for us. Persons of either
sex can make $66a week in
their own towns if they are willing to work.
No risk. $5 outfit free. Anyone can run the
business. Capital not required. All who en
gage prosper. No one fails. Particulars free.
Address H. HALLaTr & Co., Portland, Me.
busin es now before the pub
lie. You can make money
II faster at work for us than
AaJL. w . .at anythiDng else. Capital8not
required. We will start you. $12a day and
upwards made at home by the industrious.
Men, women, boys and girls wanted every
where to work for us. Now is the time. You
can devote your whole time to the work, or
only your spare moments. No other business
will pay you nearly as well. No one willing
to work can fail to make enormous pay by
engaging at once. Costly Outfit and terms
free. A great opportunity for making money
easily and honorably. Address Tauu &
Co., Augusta, Maine jlyl0
Has been In
constant use by t
public for over twenty
years, and is the best
preparation ever in
vented for RESTORING
GRAY HAIR TO ITS
YOUTHFUL OLOR d
SAND LIFE. Obemist
It supplies the natu- of MaSS.
ral food and color to the and
hair glands without
staining the skin. It will leading
increase and thicken the Physi
growth of the hair, pre. Cians
vent its blanching and endorse
Ailing off, and thus and
It cares Itching, Erup- mendit
ions and Dandruff. As
a HAIR DRESSING it as
is very desirable, giving jreat
the hair a silken softness triumph
which all admire. It i medi
keeps the head lesn, tine.
sweet and healthy.
will change the beard to a BROWN
or BLACK at discretion. Being in
one preparation it is eassily applied,
and produces a permanent eoeb
that will not wash off
IL P. HALL & CO., IASHIOA LI.
ld by s l Deslisr Is.ied s
onca get HE MEDICATE $I.)
You can get a pair of speetacles that will keep your eyes ts good eau e
after as when first you use them. These Medicated Glasses have been tOro..
amined and analysed by Prof. Berger, theret * rl rea eale Dr. al
the famous German. oculislt, and pronnoenc as ft sup ertior to s as . yetl
recommended as the only glaeses to be used to eels the eyke ~reu-lss.ai.
Sthat the Medicated Glasses haveno equal, and can in somie cases restore the eye i.
original sight, when used in time, and is ng ease e.an the eye become impaired by th . s.
of these glasses, if properlyBdapttd, for the followig reasonp: it -iu
1. The chemicals soften the light to the eye, eiopietely det.ns way ]tt e -
sensation that is usuallyexpeerieneed in using glases after one of two ha us e.m,
2. The medicated popertles contained.-in the glass make itas ina. as a dfiu ,
It will retain its polish and never becoame dull or dim, hence you will ealways see tho
it as bright and clear as at lt.
3. The chemicals keO the glasses sold ms iee--result i, your opti.e setv0Md y sl,
doing away with any feverish sensation to the eye. -. -
4. These glasses base no equal for night reading or sewfng. With . aeea st
up all night, and the light has no effect on the eye, with io tiresome sensation whatever,
which necessarily continue to improve the ee.
We snit all eyes and warrant out-work, or money refunded. Persons iing £.t
distance, desiring the Medicated Glasses, can be fittedby ending, addrei wit
stamt. The Medicated G lasses can only be had at 74W5-. arles S .as -a ps
agents, nor do we employ peddlers. Granulated and sore ]ye-lcde wdt ith
of knife or other extreme measures. - "
HER.i. h OUS A . H,
.25 7'4 St. Csharlnes atreete nTere ONe )w.yne
Louisiana Life and A-e. i
Inisa.oe` CoP*e z
S39....... .. .Carondelet, Street,... . ... ...
E. B. BRIGGS, PRESIDENT,
Vrfotrsawse , .'
0. P. E BIA C8, zoauz W.
The Policies of the Lauisiana Equitable A. (trC R lE QI: ..
Life Insurance Company are registered, the ana .,hWeev teontt
and the Reserve thereon deposited
to the credit of the Policy with Is Aoannei
the Auditor and Treasurer= This Cor $. proF
of State, in compliance visionls of the above A mactL...r Itc'
with an Act, approv third deposir of the required reservw F ob
ed April 2, 1877, ruary', 18S.
entitled: AL JiMEL,A:
"An Act to better secure holders of Life ACTIWEvA-GItM ,WT-lA .'
Insurance Policies in this State; to Apply to
provide a reserve fund [email protected]
there; and for other General Ageant Baton Rouge, La-
purposes." Wm. L. ROCHE,.......Agent, Phutsqdhi,
L. A. Colomb, General Agent,
1' Mr. Colomb also takes fire risks on the moeet favorabl t
Consult him before insuring.
No. 8 OPEN.
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATA
LOGUE No. 280. S.WAN AGENT
WILLDELIVER A MACHINE AT YOUR
RESIDENCE, FREE OF CHARGE,
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. No
, AGENTS WA I.E i.
167 aM St., ew Orleans, L.. - -
THE 75 'Owy7
PICoAYUNEss.a aH z.
c iProjected TownB f anwyle
(oApo-it e 0 t onaldsonvi'flae j
AW -M ILL ." " l ,
At prices rauging from. A9 to $55
a [email protected] arsr, ~ 6 LAt G EJ LOTS -
for $5S ps lot.
The tit of the Sawn is enmeDald.
OF ALL cIentre town theorws
On Halblau Sapwe4 In~er. UP .r. t s
Orders executed on shortest notice to the uiBesine as ti
anl) AT w- mssema
LOWEST PRI1OgI. Eeek !ljur 4wOp
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