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Two Dollars a Year. No OGed Preohlntg, No man can do a good job of work, preach a good sornou, try a law suit well, doctor a patient or write a good article when he feels maiserable and dull, with slbggish brae and unsteady nerves; anal none should make the attenUpt in puehl a eondlition when it can be so easily andl cheaply removed by a little iop lBi&ters. See other column. ADYVERTISEMEETS. Sheriff's Sale, $tate of Louisinaa-Twenty-second Judicial PDri'ct Court-Parish of Ascension. CITIZEN'S iANK OF LOUISIANA Vs. No. 95, ALLEN THOMAS. BiY VIRTUE of and acting in obedience to a writ of ei~gre and sale issued by the Hon. Twenty-sce~ond Judicial District Court, parish of Ascension, in the matter of the Citizen's Buan of ILouisiana vs. No. 95, Allen Thomas, to we directed. I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction, to the last anld higbest bidder, at the Court House door of the parish of Amensioa, on $aoturtay, the 19th day of March, A. D. 1881, at It1 o'clock A. M., tihe following described Jprertty,to-wilt: aFrst.-A certain tract of Inland or sugar iplantation situated in the parish of Ai.iln aion, id this State, on tihe right bank of the Missi8sppi river, at about five miles fromn the toir. of Donildsoville, measuring four tcep (14) arpents, fourteen (14) toises and two (2) feet front on said Mi-sissippi river, opening six degrees, and having a depth of eighty (80) arpents, bounde:d on the upper line by the plantation of John ]urnside, formerly belonging to Narcisse Lanlry, and on the lower line by the ilantation formerly belonging to Joseph illlanchard, together with all tine ,barihlings and improvements thereon, consisting of aiamnily residence, ;kitchen and appurtenances. a brick sugar ,house, together with a steam engine at .tahed to the same, hospital, warehouses, stables, Negro quarters, and all other build jugs and improvements, and also the imple nnments of husbaundry anl generally all other appurtenances on said la;nd. Secondly.-Several tracts of vacant lands in the slaid parish of Ascension, contiguous /go and adjoining in the rear the above de scribed planutation; said tracts of land being of an irregulnr fo inn and containing three thousand one hundred andi twenty-one ar pjents (3121), or two thousand six hundred and forty-one 80-100 (2641 80-100) saperficial oaret, and are situated in the rear of and contiguous to the eighty (80) arpents of river .lands formerly belonging to Narcisse Lana ,lry, Trnaiumond Landry, and the public road in tow:dlhip No.,eleven (II), range No. founr tteen (14), and which separate them from the triver lanuds former!y lbelonaging to Joseph Blanchard, Jacques C. Barthelemy and illenry McCall; which several tr:aets of Inland are designated on the plan of survey in tile ,mad Office at New Onic.eans as follows, to wit: Section No. seventy (70), township No. -ten (10), range No. fourteen (1.I) East, coln Raining five hundred and eight and 4.7-100 x508 47-100) sulperficial acres. Section No. ninety-six (96). townshipl No. ten (10), range No. thirteen (13) East, con g aining fifty-three 96-100 (53 96-100) super 3icial acres. llhesnoetwo portions of landc are situated in tlh rear of, and are contigulns ;to the lands formerly belonging to the said Narcisse lhtlr.y, and to the lands first above described. Section No. one (1), township No. eleven l I1), rlange No. thirteen (13) East, cIontin ing six hundred and thirty-six 52-100 (6t36 .52-100) superficial acres. The Southeast quarter and the Northeast .quartetr of section No. eleven (II), range No. thirteen (13) East, township No eleven dll), containing together thlee hundIred and ,eightet iU 0-100 (318 6(1-100) sulerficial lcres. Seetion No. twelve (12), township No. ,leveu 1(11), range No. thirteen (13) East. ,containing six hlluldrel 1l1 and frty-two ndli 40-100 (6.12 40-100) Slnper.licial rtews. Tihe Northeast quarter and Northwest ,quarter of section No. thirteen (13). town ,ship Nom. tdeyve (i1), range No. thirteen (1:3) Eldt. atd .ceodntailling threel huiinrti-ed ail .twenty-two and o6-100 (:322 60-100) supextrfi .cial acres: andltl The Northeast qluarter of section No fiuir ,teen (14), township Noi. eleven (II), r;ange No. thirteen (13) East. containing one huin alh:ld a1nd fifty-nine and 81-10O (1St) 81-10(l1) snperticiaIl Iacmres. Together witl tihe one tlhouslnd aiiInd tlhirty (101130) shares of mluorltgage stolk at aimlled to the sahid propetrty, alnd with all Jthe illppurtenanlce lherecullto belongling; also PEight (1) 1ilu1h, Seven (7) carts, Fifty (50) cords wloodll, iimore or lesis, ,'ifty (511) barrels e(.rcln, 175 acres first year's stubblle, 90 acres seed can,1 ,5 acres plant calne. One lot agriculltural implteentos, a.s pler ~velatotr on tile ill iny oftice. ISeized ill the a;bove suit. 'larus (and condilion, : 'lihe purchasers to furnish a stock note for thle sunm of live tliousil lll live huntldrel and fifteen dollars ($-515), falling due on the first day of Mlrch, 188-. anll renewaIble ac pordinlg to tihe ohartor of the Citizen's Bliank pf Louisialna: and the balance cash. Tihe purcha;iser to assillume ill the ol!iiga tionls and responsililiti's of a stockholder pf the Citizen's IlBank of Louisialna, iand tlhe stock note to he furnishled to lhe idlctitied with the act if sale from the Citizen's Baink of Louisiana to Joseph 11. Wilkinson, passed before F. Grilma. Notary Public, on the 6th liay of March. 1868, and wit thile furnishing pfl otes and assumption of monlrtgiigt by Allen Tilomnas in favor of thll Citizen's Ba1llnk of Louisiana. passedl before samlle Notaryv on tihe 6th .day of Scptemiber, 1877, andl also witlh the SheLrifs ldeed of sale ill tlhis case. Said pr.)perty to Le sald in block to pay apild sti.Lfy, by privilege tlld1 preti-rciitc. pdaintiff's claim 4f lilt y-nine thousandll., live hilndred ald forty-one (dollars and eighty right cents (S5i.511 8). with inlterl.est oi( ninie tbho;tall nine hundred and twenty sev'eu dollars 99927) atli teln lc.•r 'ent. ,per nunnulli 1ro the 1st ofit Mlarch. 1t78a: til! forty-nine Loul.n:lli o111e hu.d1lreli :1. 1liille /laolila etuli eighty.i 1ehit ae-nts ( 1t°i19. 1.07) at eight iper ct;t . ,r un;tl :llllll 1o11 tliil Ila pif ilMarchli. )?g .:1141 .in ,tive hnudred :iul lifteen dlllll (3,.1) it ciaht ~p'i r c.nut. pir" uiuniml rl'l ll Ite I1 ri' J:Il . i ,. 1 l-. ., .r r .tith all '.ats t t' .:i. f'a i.l .o"' .l -, A tioe. I"1, I.8 1 <<-:t 1' 1 .l a. 5 Stu L.tail SCHONBERG'S LIVERY, SALE AND FaU STABLES, -AND Undertaker's Establishm't RalIroad Avenue, opposite City Hotel, Donaldsonville. Cheaper than the Cheap Stable! A FINE HEARSE and a full assortment of COFFINS Of all Sizes, Styles and Prices. gr We have a preparation for preserv ing bodies an indefinite length of time in the warmest weather, which will be applied gratis, and Hearse furnished Free of Charge, when the Coffin is purchased at this estab lishment., J FRESII KENTUCKY HORSES. NEW BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, HACKS, SADDLES & HARNESS at reduced rates of hire. Particular atten tion to boarding horses. A supply of feed, HAY, CORN. OATS and BRAN, always on sale at bottomu market prices. A spacious Mule Pen has been provided in connection with the stables, atfording necqualed facilities to dro vers and truders for the ;accolunodation of their stock at bed-rock rates. TRY US. Satisfaction mlust and shall be given to patrons. Respectfully, anug3 SCHONBERG. PLAQUEMINE & JEFFERSON SAW MILLS DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF SAWED AND SPLIT Lumber, Shingles, Staves, etc. AII orders promptly attended to and satis I:aetion guaranteed. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. All letters and orders to be addressed to A. WILBERT, P. O. Box 88. PLJ. I9 E.YlIY)E, li 1l.- v Iberville parish, a. L. Gray's Specific Medicine. The Great English Remedy. . 7 ".* ,ARV4 An unl'ailingTRADI MARK cure for Se. - inmn Weak 1 ness, Sperm utorrhen. lin potenry, .land :il Disinses that follow ast l t Rc' hquener of lifi [Tt--'n AFTER TAl l -:f0T,.'ss of Mer ' TAuIL ory. Uliversal Lassitude. Pain in the Iaek. I)imutess of Vision. Premnatur'e )Old Age. mnd imanly other diseases lhith lead to Insanity or: C umptlll ion Iand t IPrel.a('litlll(ure ClraIe. SFull parti-uhlars in our 1tamiphlet. which we ldesire to seiiud free by ntmail to, every one. S'- The Spleilic Med6licine is wold by all druggists It $l per package. or six packages I;,r $5, or will he sent free, by mnil on re ce1ilpt of I le money, by addrlessilng THE GRAY MEDICINE 00., No. 106 MaJl Street. Buffalo, N. Y. 1olhl in Donahlsonville by N. BIEL. Sheriff's Sale. State of Loulisianaa-Twenty-%Second Judici;al District Court-Parish of Ascension. Lteol ;GodlelIanx v,. No. 87. Raphalel Lalldry. B VIRTUE of and ac:ting in olhedience. to a writ of seizuIre 16ud1 srial issued bI the Hun. Twenty-second Judicial District Court. 6parish of Ascension, in the mInotter iol Leon Godchaux vs. No.87, Rlaphlal Landry, i Ihve seized aindl will offer thr sale at publ licniuction t, to the last and highest Iidller. at the Court-HIouse door of the piarish of AseCesion, on Saturday, .;March 5. A. D. 1881, at 11 o'clock .. M.,. the following described property, to-wit: First.-A certain tract or parcel of land lying an.l eiing situated in the parish of ,.As'lensiti, in thIis State. on the left bank of the Misisis'ippi river. about tfour 6iles ahove the town of I)uonaldsonville, having a front of hal:lf Ial ierel. Ionre or less, on said river. by Ia depth of 6l,6,ut twenti acres, the side lines converging towards the reuar, and lmullded :tabve by lands of J. A. Landry. lelow bIy lands of Ilidlor LeBilanc. and in the rear Ihv lrlads of tile selle(essiO of David Blarllnd. together withl all the buildings ang d illlmprovemilents there.onL and thereunto be longing. S'ound.--Another certain tract or Iprcel of lanid lyinlg oand tIeing contiguou to the one first anld aillove described, having a front of about three-qulltrterls of u acre, imnore or less, on said river, by a depth of aibout twenty atcres, n rllel or less, the side lines tconverginlg towards the rear, and is bounded above by lands tit John Miarceie. Sr., lelow 1b the tr;at hereinahove described, and in the rear by Inuds of the snceeession of David Barland, togetheir with all the lnildlings and imllprovemeunts thereon and thereunto belonmging. Seiized in tihe alove suit. Terms and conditions-C:sh in United States cllurrenctiy. Parish of Aseension, January 229, 1881. 1'. A. JONES. Sheriff. LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY And Agricultural & Mechanical Oollege. The next session of this Institution begins January 3, 1~S1, :and close, ,July 4. 18.1. FULL INSTRUCTION BY AN ABLE anld experieulctd faculty in tlhe us61al! colligiai:t: studies. Cadets will have ehoiee of timr e6ur6ses-C1haisienl, Scientitie, Agri cuitural and Mechanical. No tuition fee is clharged. TIhere is al lnnnal fee of five dol Lirs. Tital tar.iges foir Board, ttc.. in the 'Uiversiti " nineteen dult.ri i p|i"r mtonth. Catidets. poIIn1 enltering thle 1uiversity. be t.re bieifig iass.gted t11o quailrtlers or classs,. 1id1 eve-ry thrte lmouthls tl:eteal'ter, t'h.;t pr l .se t ao ithe Prt'.tsid!e t tlthe Tre"'l. t.ll '".s rI,- i 'dvi4it 6;o 1 three olillt6tls' fees in ulvtal.l le. Ca dets shall Ie. irequirled to pirelh:se their own taXt hook. Gnoi llust provide l!+'themlvrs ihit tormn'tn tt and u:nda.lrchllhi.n . lFort 6 6 l6o't '" inl6 ',6 ii6 tio . n,6 al6 i .:l:' t.ii+., is. WM. i'il-,:s'')N ,JOHN N',ltdN. li.t6on t hen e, La. .'r62edentdi GiliEAT RE-OPENING I -AT ------A..I------ LEMANN'S OLD STAND. It is with great pleasure that S. MOYSE, announces the resumption of business at a new location, Mississippi Street, DONALDSONVILLE, LA., with a Magnificent Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, 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. MQYSE. I 50 ýti4fsýý , 'ýO :7fl'DmL~?vJ Read lli Carefully. Spring Mattresses at 50 Per Cent. Reduction. TIE besnt, healthiest and umst comforta ble thing for the human body to rest upon in a SI'ItlNG MA'r'TRElSS. It is su peri.r to all new inventions:: looks better, wears better and is less trouble than any other: the bed is always " utule." giving tihe housekeeper no work except the spread iug of the cover. These mattroesses have not been more gen erally used heretofore because of their high lpric, which was due to the fact that special mneasuretlmeint was required for e:lch had, and they could lnot be mtadce and placed onl the market in large quantities. To overcome this iumpedimnant the under signred hal established a Spring Mattress Factory at Donaldsonvillo. is eanvassiune for orders and taking measurements, and will fulrnish mattresses formerly costing $30 to $50 at a reduction of over fifty per cent.-say from $16 to $SO, amcordnig to size of mattress and qmuality of ticking. No payml"ent required untill mattress is deliv ered and full satisfaction given. Orders by mail promptly attended to. In measuring hedsatead give precise length and width inside aeross the centre. Necessary deductions to allow roomute for bed-clothing will Ie nmade at the factory. D)onaldsonville, November, 1880. n6-1ont H. C. GRUBE. HENRY O. MAHER, Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, CANN ED GOODS, CROCKERY, PROVISIONS, Ii.'E S and LIQUORS, T'roBACCO, CIGARS, Etc., Etc., Corner St. Patrick and Claihiorne streets, Donaldsonvile. lHaviing fitted ip my store in first-class stvIe and laid in a .airefittlly selectted stock o lhloice and fresh ,ioods. I respetf.illyv so licil tin alt:lt:ai. ll: t of 1 ill fri'itntl andll ri the pn hii '. l asir-r thl L t nilry _o ds antil prices nill hIalwai a satidfactitio. oct-ly LANDRETHS' 1L¶43ESU1881 I logae sad Prices ft.Ul d & ead MANHOOD : How Lost.uHow Restored ! Just published, a new edition of Du. CULVERWELL'5 CELE IIRATED EssAT on the radical cure (without meudicine) of Spermatorrlhaa or Seminal Weakness, Invol tntarv Seminal Losses. Imulotene. Mental and lhyvsical Incapacity. Ilmpediments to Marriage, etc.; also. Cosnsumption. Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sex ual extravagance, &e. The eelehrated author, in this admirable Essay, clearly demounstrates, froml a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife: pointing out a mode of eure at once simple. certain and effeetual, by means of wh;, h every sufferer, no matter what his condition may he. may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically. -1 - This Lecture should be in the han.ds of every youth and every man in the landY. 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 OULVERWELL MEDICAL 00., 41 Assm t., New lork; Post-Office Box. 4536. F.P. ECHULER, (Successor to the late Joseph Icard) BLACKSMITH, Carriage & Wagon Maker, HORSE-SHOER, ETC., Railroad Avenue, between Mississippi and ;bervillo streets. DO.VA LDSON IILLE. I have the honor to inform the public that I have established myself at loarl's old stand. where I sill prelpared to do all work in my line promptly, efilciently and at the Imost reasamahle rates. I respectfnlly solicit a share of the public's patronage and anm willitng to stanal or fall hy the melrit of my I work anll. prices as ca.pt;irctd with those ,t otlwr esetabljshwcuen.. sepel' Dr. W. A. TIlimpsoln, Office 211 Canal street. NEW ORLEANS. CONSIULTATION FRZE. Nasal Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma and all Lung affections treated by improved methods of Iphalation with constitutional remedies that succeed after all others fail, and by early application to one skilled in the treatment of these diseases thousands of lives have been saved from that dread disease. Consumption. Piles, Fistula and Fissure cured without the knife, ligature or eaustic, free from pain, danger or loss of time from business, by a strictly scientific method that never fails, having been tested in hundreds of cases, and none should fail to be cured of so troublesome a malady, as they lay the foundation for more serious and incurable diseases, as Cancer, etc. These diseases re ceive special attention, and cure guaranteed. Stricture of the Urethra and Rectum cured without a surgical operation, and free from pain. Diseases of women treated by electricity, without pain or exposure. Tape Worm, Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Private Diseases, Sexual Deblility and Impotency, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Nervous and Sick Headache. Weak, Painful and Sore Eyes, (withbunt a surgical opera tion), I)eafness. Noise in the Ear, all Skin Diseases, Scrofula, Tumors, Loss of Voice, etc., successfully treated by improved rem edies. N. B.-No names made public without the written consent of the parties. I do not ask the public to take my word for the above, but refer to the following New Orleans and Other References. Capt. MAX BLANCHARD, Piles. JA8. WALLVELLICH, Supt. Johnsen's Foundry, Rheumatism. L. H. PATTERSON. pilot str. Fagan,Piles. MAX BEER, 163 Canal street, Neuralgia. M. LASHLY, 48 Louisa street, Piles. Mrs. MILLER, corner Jackson and Lib erty streets, Deaf. JOHN MOLDA, corner Port and Morales streets, Piles. THOS. ROBINSON, 19 Conti, Piles. E. DILL. Morgan railroad, Tape Worm. T. H. OTTMAN, corner of Amelia and Constance streets, Piles. JACOB BLUM, Baronne street, Piles. G. SINTES, 497 Bagatelle street, PileL Capt.PHARR, Morgan City, Loss of Voice. LEO WOLFSO~. Orajpp's Bluff,La.,Piles. Judge BRIDGKER, Columbia. La., Piles. Col. W. O'NEAL. Covington, Ky., Fistula. W. F. 811HOCK. Goodman, Miss., Piles. G. BUCHERT, 2'21 Josephine street, Piles. E. WOLF, Port Hickey, La., Piles. BYRON EASTMAN, Mercer, Ky., Stric ture.l J. B. RO88, Ben Lomond, Miss., Piles. JAS. ALDRICH. Covington,Ky.,Diabetes. A. FRIEDHEIM, Bastrop, La., Piles. S. J. OORDON, 132 Walnut street, Cin cinnati, Ohio. Catarrh. J. T. HAWKINS, Mason, Tenn., Discharge from the Ear. J. B. WILSON. Alton. Ky., Epilepsy. G. I). . HICKERSOIN, Vic.ksburg. Asdhma. J. T. Wt'AIlEN, Carrollton, Tenn.. Blron chitin. II. SHIPP, OwCn. Ky., Scrofula. Of(ice hours frroul 9 A. N., to 4 v. m., and e from 6 to 8 e'. M. y Begular New Orleans and Bayou Sara Passenger Packet. THE FINE PASSENGER STEAMER t JNO. W. CANNON, J. C. LIBANO. J. H. MOSSOP, Master. Clerk. Leaves New Orleans Every Wednesday and Saturday, at 5 p.m. For Bayou Sara and Coast Landings. RETURNINGO DOWN: Passes Donaldsonville Mondays and Fri days, between 3 and 10 o'clock P. M. PROWERIIM. "The Richlest Blood. wecete.t Breath and fairest Skin in IIop Iitters." " A little HoIp Bitters saves big doctor's bills and long sickness." "That invalid wife, mother, sister or *hild can he made the picture of health with Hop Hitters." " When worn down and ready to take our bed. liop Bitters is what you need " .. Dont't iphysic and physic, for it weak nos and destroys. but take Hop Bitters that imil up continually." '"Ph siians of all scho.ls iIeg anti rec ommend Hop Bitters. Test them." " Heaith is beauty and joy--lop, Bitters give health and beauty." " There are more cures made with Hop Hitters titan all other medicines.' " When the brain is weared tile nerves unstrung. tie muscles weak, use flop hit er." "That low. nervous fever, want of sleep and weakness. calls for fHop Hitters." The Hop Cough Cure anud Pain Relief is the Cheapest. Surest and Best. INVALIDS 30 DAYS READ •30 DAY 'HI1 1 TRIAL. If yon w,ulnl regain health, strength and energy.WiWs1hou the Ise of Drugs, try leach's Iprouved Electric Spo.,ne Belt. which we will sedl on trial. Agents wanted. Address W. 4. Beach, ST. Jon..s. MCai. Ayer's Hair Vigor, FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. IT is a most agreeable dressing, which is at once harmless and effectual, for preserving the hair. It restores, with the gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray, light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep black, as may be desired. By its use thin hair is thickened, and bald ness often though not always cured. It checks falling of the hair immedi ately, and causes a new growth in all cases where the glands are not decayed; while to brashy, weak, or otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality and strength, and renders it pliable. The VIoon cleanses the scalp, cures and prevents the formation of dandruff; and, by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing properties, It heals most if not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under which conditions diseases of the scalp and hair are impossible. As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair The VzooR is incomparable. It is color less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil white cambric. It imparts an agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an article for the toilet it is economi cal and unsurpassed in its excellence. PREPARED BY DR. I. C. AYER & CO., Practical and Analytieal Chemists, Lowell, Mass. SOLD ST IALL PDUGOSTS vslazwazEn. o. 74 t. BChrJe S. A WOTDER'UL Ada SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY THE MEDICATED GLASSES. You can get a pnlr of spectacles that will keep your eyes in as good condition forever after as when first you use them. These Medlicated Glasses have been thoroughly ex amined 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 olaim that the Medicated Glasses have no equal, and can in some eases restore the eye to its r original sight, when used in time, and in no ease can the eye become impaired by the use of these glasses, if properly adapted, for 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 the glass maike it as hard as a diamond It will retain its polish and never become dull or dim, licnce 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 sensatiol 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 nmprove the eye. We suit all eyes and warrant our work, or money refunded. Persons living at a distance, desiring the Medicated Glasses. can he fitted by sending address with postage stamu. The Medicated Glasses can only be had at 74 St. C.harles Street, as we have no' agents, nor do we employ peddlers. Granulated and Sore Eye-lids cured without the use B of knife or other extreme measures. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! NONE GENUINE UNLESS STAMPED MEDICATED. HERC. HOUSA%, s25 74 St. Charles Street, New Orleans. CIHARTER PERPETIUAL. Louisiana Life and Accident SInsurace Compay, 39 ........---. Carondelet Street,...........3 89 NrEJw ORL.EJATS. E. B. BRIGGS, PRESIDENT, l -- VICE PRESIDENT, C. P. ELLIS, SECRETARY. The Policies of the Lenisiana Equitable A. CERTIFICATI Life Insurance Company are registered, Of the J.ud toer of State and the Reserve thereon deposited 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 Ae approv third deposit of the required reserre Feb ruary 23, 1$80. ed April 2, 1877, ALLEN JUMEL, Auditor. entitled : "An Act to better secure holders of Life ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED. Intsurance Policies in this State; to Apply to provide a reserve fund WINSTMOW ROBI0 S O, there; and for other General Agent, Baton Rouge. La. th purposes." Wi. L. ROCHE,.......Agent, Plaquemiine, LICHTNINC SEWER WI80 N'8 NEW OSCILLATING SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE No 8 OPEN. THE BEST 3 SEWING MACHINE " zw wmm WORLD. e SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATA. LOGUE No. 230. I"AN AGENT WILLDELIVER A MACHINE AT YOUR RESIDENCE, FREE OF CHARGE, No. 0 ChoaD. SUBJEOT TO APPROVAL. GC AGENTS WANTED. .167 L..eSt., ve OriA, J.SKn.CI, 16r Casnal Se., New Orleains, Louisiana.' THE ICAYUN SAW-MILL, HALF-MILE BELOW DONALDasoNVILLZ, LA. L U Md BE 1 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 Picayuae Mill before going elsewhere. jy24-ly Address all communications to ALFRED ESNEAULT. P. O. Box 54. Donah'sonville, La. I Y 7is now being made faster than ever by those at work for us. Persons of either sex can make $66 a week in their own towns if they are willing to work. No risk. $5 outfit free. Anvone can run the bhusin.-s,. Capital not required. All whoen i;:=g prosper. No one fails. Particulars free. Address II. HALLE.r & Co., Portland, Me. JOSEPH FERRIER, Blackemmith, WHEELWRIGHT & COACHIAKER, Donmaldsonville, La Mr. Joseph Ferrier informs his friends and the public, that the partnership heretofore existing between Mr. Jos. leard and himself has been dissolved by mutual consent. He will continue the same kind of business at the old stand, where he is ready to exe cute at shortest notice all work entrusted to him, pertaining to the trades of Gunsmith, Locksmith, Blacksmith, Wheel wright and Coaehmaker. Buggies Carriages, Wagons and Carts repaired in a workmanlike manner, at price to suit the times. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange for uee, The Manufacture of Plantation Carts and Wagons a speeialty. Inspection and comparison of work and prices with those of other makers will show a difference of from ten to twenty per cent All work guaranteed Donaldsonville, La., Ma.sh 15, 137. BIG PAY.WA PED We want a liited unmber of active, ener getic canvassers to engage in a pleasant and profitable business. Good men will find this a rare ohance TO MlA UMOlOT. Such will please answer this advertise. ment by letter. enclosing stamp for reply. stating what business they have been e'. gaged in. None but those who mean busi ness need apply. Address FINLEY, HARVEY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.