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Two Dollars a Year. State Tax Saes -OF--. Immovable Pro erty. 'f'Htl STATIS OF L()UISIANA vs. PELINQUENT TAX 1)EB'IORR PARISH OF ASCENSION. Y VIRTUE OF TIlE AUTHORITY vested in inl by the Clo.u itutioln andl laws of the State of Louiejawa, I will sell, at the principal .jront door of the Court-Hutise in which the Ciyjj District .Court of this prjlislh iN held, within the legal hours ifor judicial sales, heginning At 11 o'clock A. M., oin Saturday, the 21st day of May, A. o., 1P8l, and cont.iuing oi Monday and each suc ,ceceding day until said sales are coilple ted, all immlovable pro perty on whlich taxes are uov dµe to the State of Lotiisi ana and parish of Acelnsion, to enforce collectioil of the taxes assessed oil i1 iotvable lproperty inl thi ?year deQ0, with jntcerenst thereo!tPfomi the 31sttday'of De, ,cenber, 188A), lintil paid, anid all costs. T'h au es of said delinquent tax pay el's, thle alllOllt of taxes t(dle by eacih onl the asii'essllnellt of illllllmmovable 1rolerty, anal t,l~e Iprperty offered for sale are as follo.'s, to-wit: Iirwit District. 0iialnqul~. Wid Thoulas improved lots 3 and 4 sqnare 30 Port l:atow.-.. 3 lP llobert, pelicien H. " acres hind right ,bank Miss river 7 miles above Dounualsonvilleh above by A Lau dry Ibelow by P Counusou......... 6 85 Mlarti'nz. Ileirs of liernard lot 6 sq 46 Po,, t luarrow..................... 98 ,Oubre, T'lheogene imp'd lot right bank Miss river I; miles at.ove D)onald nonville abovO by Mrs M Lellanlc hblow by.J Oubr. .............. 10 75 Perry, Jos. lot in rear of It I un@... I 98 S.imnamunalix, Clairville lot 7 sq 18 Pot iarlrow... ...... I 95 ,'lhoulns. Mrs.itosalie ilmproved lot 4 square 42 Port Barrrow............ 2 04 Waltion, lThs.. J. inap't on lts 5 anal 8 spallire 17 Polrt. Iarrow and lot 4 squIreI I Port Illlrow.......... . 3 80 VWhite, Hnuiphrey 3k acres on lright banik Miss river 7 mailes above Jllonahlouville iaboilive by llcnry Ford below ly q( I (George...... 4 90 Tihird Iblutriec. (Towni of Donal(ldsville.) Adams. Mrs. M1ary iip'd lots 10 and ItI frolting CIultborma, between St Pat and Lessard streets-........ . 4 40 ltourdier. Suieessioii of Louis vacant lot 62 cor Iberville and Chetinma Schies streets ................ .... 5 30 Cha,ndlier, F. implroved lot 85 fronting St Vincent strt ........... 2 05 ])ecuir, Sluccession of S. improved .1 lot lot 31 fronting Attak;:alis etween St aitl anud lessard streets..... 5 25 Llandrv. Adoilph imllproved lot 3 frout ilng Leslardll betw'n Clalborne- nnll Conway streetst stock nlld vehicles 1-2 45 Jlandry, Oiewm . improved 4 loh 28 cor-' nocir Lessard andi Aittakapjis sts.. 7 80 Parks, Wil. V. iillprived I lot 40 cur nler St Pat and (JOpelousas streets. 4 15 ,Peleriua, lPhlilip ilmprovedl hIt 32 cor iaCr Houtulll;Ls anid St Michael strts IstiC and vehie ................... 83 lleber, Mrs. Alicei illlproved lot 165 corner liaihoatl Iavenulie lid Atta kallas street... . ............... "1i 42 FourthlIPtutrIct. Audernmol, Win'. t} Icrl'8 right b Mile river 7 uiles be-low D)onaltloou ville old PedelelIuX trLct........ 2 05 IsIttM', Jaokt : lre righi b Misis river 7 stilit below Dwlanldsouville old Pedeselaux3 tra1ct and4 3 3c........ 2 47 JI11tpti33, Mr's. lloioro 1.2 iaq.'res right b Miss river 21.1 4 411143 below i)43433h 503 ille oldl La3croix tiact and ate 5 46 1Gulozez, Frantiis Jr. 83 acre's on left b I)uDonaldsonv(ille abov133e ai .d below by Creseent laltationti ....... 50 98 Nihllolls, Ant 11011)o 0 acrel light 1) MIsis river 4 iulleaqs bjlow 1ºuiaaldsou vilit, old La.eroix tract...... ..... 4 47 Pudese·Flallx, Erneslt 50 acres rig hifilt L M1(ss3 riv'er 2.1 lebs below lDonald3 s1vil13 44130331 by l a.lcrllix .13. Ala ..Smrithl, Alexander & CL (o. 3A acrets right b Miisr riverl 4 mllelilI below L)oui nldsoiille L'wroix's old tract... 3 52 ' Vashiugtou. Joshua :13 acles right It Miss riier 2j4 jties below L)Donald-4 33 rvillu old Lacroix tralct alnd ate 4 "1"! .lourgeoisi. Arteueo ilulLrov dl lot left b1 Mliss river opp lDonaldolnlvll3( u111ud 81331.......................... . 4 14 JlerryuIau. Ji Iinie lots I (a( I Iu l; Da' row 'll ......................... I 93 tlaitey, .1. 1). 117 i-u-rs left 1 )liss riv er 3s m~ile3 li33333 I)o313(I4113313'(ILl 41111v3 toy -rs3 .! 133'3j3s below by Citizens Bauik ate and l .1........ 46 1I (114313113, tiu3e41'ssio3 of Mris )oiott 4 aces'3. Ieft b Mliss rivelr ab3ove 1by Peritot beo133w 13) Marettli(1(. . 3 30 Sinigo. Piutlin l3t 41 l 101 tarrow ·'ill 1 95 VIltterlsaul, Jas. lot I3s 16 ... . . . I":liglth IliwtricW. 11a.33ou1 Miuciiiic above by 0 1. Par k3' ucl.3.w by Iub land ((141 33rd t... 3 Gil 3(4 4il4ll(33nr. Flrederick 403) iat4res 233on4tilng Alaivoi Manh ut3I33 44bov314 3,y Mrs A 1ut obetow byW3 J Hlnr4y 31. u4 v- .33 1 Webbl .C 0 crso ao ime 114rth1 by J liF-ny 33ou3th I\ 1 id1.............. .18 10 rO9 -1RUt IDE TS. 3-('.o43d DIstri.-t. 1)loune .1. 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(4333 i43 31ase thle dlcb~ti 3313011;i~ Aioift~i nutll Sufficei04t ther tlc.t s3(l1 t11 lean3 .13331 it 3311f33 saidi sp31331' proert W3310 hY ichI (lly b3(d1d10 will lboy 104 t143- a441333143 331 111e 1aes N. in*1 4r3'st 3134 ra'h. 13 . 13 -gol 13'lO.l3 .tours33 331 th43 14(il433 4l1l313.s 0313I 11he prpet 3333ll3 3314(11 13e 434 13'l'141(41 it or41 (3133' tit443 131 he4 gipac43 333114 1334113 jl.\ p3344 .4 3it pi 3ce. 4,~ '%3 313: i3 f333 l.r.t busin133ess 3 at.3 a 3 .33 .1A 1334331 1133ui li't llt- 'ari33l. Ia. 11b. 1334i141i3(! l333. beIg 3311.34 444334 a343 33il1 b3 ((3etd i ..43133k. Ap34 .l it \ 1A1LL N'S I '3tN S 51'1.3E. Can you affoid rto wait for your Cough xor Coltd to goaas itcame ? Thousands think so, bit find they have cojmittap.ed a great error when it is too late. When you take cold, do not treat it with indifference, but treat it with Dr. Davis' Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry and Tar. You will not only get rid of yout Coitgh or Cold, but of considerable suffering, loss of time, and expense. This Preparation has been in constant use since 1845; and it has saved many thousands from Consumptioh by its timely use. One Dollar will purchase a bottle from your nearest druggist. Don't fail to get it and have it handy. JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & CO., Gn. Agts., Philadelphia. Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, CROCKERY, PROVISIONS, WIPVE'S and LIQUORS, TOIIACCO, CIGARS, Etc4.Etc., Corner St. Patrick and Claiborlie streets, Donaldsonville. Having fitted up n.y store il first-class style and laid In a careifullv selected stock of' choice and fresh goods, I respectfully so licit the paltroonage of Imy friends and the 1pihlic, assun-reed that my goods and prices will always give niatisfaction. oc2-ly City Hotel, Cur. Railroad Avenue and Iberville Street Donaldsonville, La. P. LEFE VRE, - - - Proprietor The bar is always supplied with the esat Wines and I iquors. je2O-ly SReadl tlls refilly. Spring Mattresses at 50 Per Cent. Reduction. r IIE best, healthiest alnd niost comforta 1 hie thing for the lluman body tit, rest Ilupon is a Sl'lING MATTRES8. It is suI leri."r to all new inveuttons:: looks better, wears lbetter and is less trouble than any other; the Lbed is always "uaide,." giving thie lhousekeepler ito work except the lpread ing of the cover. These nmttlresses have not been imlore gen erally ised herettlfore Ibcause of their high plrice, which was due to the itt thatlspecial lelasurement wis required foir eachi libd, and they could not Le mliade and placed on the lmarket in large quantities. To overcomle this inpcedlintent the undler signied has established a Spring Mattress Factory at Inahlstloille, is canvassing for orders land taking milensureiuents, and will furnllllish attresses ftrinerly costing $30 to $50 ait I redletioll of over lifty per cent.-saly froml 81 to $2O, aeelrding to size of lllmattress iand quality of ticking. No paymient ret lired untill mattress is deliy elr't and frtllnsfatisfaOtion given. - O)lrders byv ninil plrollmpltly attended to. In measuring bedstead give. recise length anld whthll insic.e'nerosi Ike elt itre. Necessary dleduetions to nllew riutn-m for bed-clothing will be madile at the factory. onaldtlsonville, Nolvemberllll . 1880. n6tia . H. C. GIRUIlE. Business NQtice. I)Na.tc.i)soNvsit.i:, L, .,Jan. 15, 1880. _(iTICE is heri by given to the friends 1 ianl patrons of the iate GO('TLIIEII SE'YFitlEIl). and to lthe lpubllic genterally, that tlhe businesi s of MIr. Scliied as i UTCItERI andl Iea;ler ui ft 'rlsh Iicf. Pork. Mutton and all Ihlads of Sa usagei, will hlie continueld iun lder the ttiunigeanentl of the uitndersigned. Tlhe piaitrnitage of the public is respectfully solicited. LOUIS WILD. All. "W........ Civil Engineer & Surveyor, (Parish Surveyor of Ascension.) Will attenhd IJrompltly to work inl all Irllrcllhes of his prolllssiunll. suhlh as survey ing. mappilng, leveling tfor eCanals, bIridlges, rice fllnimls. etc.. estinlating cost ind sller vising coltlllctinll of .atlle. Orderls left at thel ('ltIa oIlice will mneet with imnmediate ittetit lu . Succession Sale, State of louisilna-Twentls-second Judicial District Court-Parish of Ascension. No. 13. Sce'4iess.eionII of (Gervais Gauthlreaux and his Wilfk, Louise LeBlanc. IjY virtue of and anting in obedience to -nltu order of sale issuedl by tie Ion. L'weit ly-secind Jutdicital District Court, par ish of A.Ascnsion, ill the above entitled and I nuItlttitqred cause, da;ted March 11. 1,.l. to itme direclted. I will offer for nlle at public .ruction. to the last and highest bidder, on siaturday, April 16, A. D)., 1881, at 11 o'cik A. m., the t'following describedo lproperl'ty. to-wit: I. A certain lot of ground situated in the town of )uonaldsonville, parish of Ascen sion, lroniting ion St. Patrick street. between Mississippi and IIhrvilhc streets, being one hilf of lot No. 10. as designated on tile plan of said town, hiulided South by lot No. 10, North iby the othcr half of saidl lot No. 10, andl in tihe rear by lot No. 11, together with all the buiildings and improvenIents thereon and thercunto belouging. 2. Anotherl certain lt of ground situited inll the town of Donald.-onville, parish of As leusion. fronting oii St. Patrick st reet. ad joinltg the one first albove deserilied, beiing ine-half' of lot No. 10. as designated on the plan of saidi town. houkded South by one half of saul I lt No. lit. North by lot No. 9, and iln the rea-r by lot No. 11, together with -tl the buildings and ilnproveucents thereon nld thireunto i.hlongifg. Said above de scrihetd liroperties bh int insured in La Con ti.tlli'ei li r1e1 ilel otill .tyk11, said I oliCy i lo i l.tnl tO li ti t .nstieredl' th." il i adtl is Irator ot .taid int It' "-ions, to the purchaseriet of '.,tidt ipopur.ties. :i hit .-c:;tiu lots of ground in Port ILit:w. in thi i parish. designated as lots ;,,. 1. . " , .I ~ L ;1141 9 I i. lt :ile Nio. i., as Ilir Ildan nmtlide by Yale.rin Sulakowski. one fo t said Its ..';.g ilrltrovld with a small dil . Iliug htuse attel I tppurenantcts. JTris ,tn ('uiditiouis--L"'ash ill i'mited Stilts ill t'l',le . Pa i.., to . -t n-ion. 3I.arch 1:', It I. 1' A. JONES. Slirtit. Act of Incorporation. United States of America-State of Louisi aiana-Parish of Ascension. BE IT KNOWN. that on this ninth day of the month of Maich, In tile yena eighteen hundred and eighty-one, before me, Edward N. Pngl, a Nobtary Public, db3, commissioned and ulifld an and actiung in and for the parish of Ascension, in this State -and in the presence of the witnesses herein after named and undersigned, personaily came and appeared the perseons whose names are hereunto subscrilbed, who de clared that availing themselves of the pro visions of the laws of this State relative to the organization of corporntions for works of public improvement and utility they have covenauted and agreed and by these presents do covenant and agree and bind themselves, as well as such persons as may hereafter be come associated with them, to form and con stitute a corporation and boIdy politic in law for the purposes and objects and under the stipulations and articles following, to wit : ARTICLE I. The name an,1 title of said corporation sihall be "- The Donaldsonville Bridge Com-. pany " and its dommicile shall be in the par ish of Ascension, State of Louisiana; said corporation shall exist and have and enjoy succession under its aforesaid co.librate minmte for the term and period of twenty-five years, commencing on and to bie computated tiront and after the day and idate hereof, and shall have power and authority to contract and to sue and to be sued under its afore said ecororate iamllle, to make aind use it eor pIrate seal, anti the samue to break or alter at Ileasur'e, to hold, receive, murchase and conve-y its well as mortgage atlld hIypoth.ecate under its corporate name property, both real and personal, and to name and appoint such mnillntgers and directors anlld oltiers and to make and establish snch by-laws, rules and regulations for the proper manlilgel-mment and regulhtion of tha affairlof saimd corlportion as mmamy be necessary anti proper, and the salme to change, alter and amend at pleasures ARTICLE II. The main object of this company is to buil a bridge iceross the Ilayou Latonrche, in the parish of Ascension, at such pmint as may be selected by the directors of this conmautiy at the towin of Donaldtsonville on said Bayou, the sati bridge to be built on ile pilan and with such materials as inny lie selected by the directors of this company. they the said directors to regulate and fix tinr tolls to be charged by this'cumpaty. - ARtTICLE Ilt. The capital stock of said corpor;itiion i, herelcy fixed at the sum of Fifteen Thoutt sanld iDllars cash. the said stock to Ihe paid Ias follows: One dollar cash ni t e:mach share it the time of shtscnription and the balancee when called Uip- n hby the board of directors tof said cotImpaIUy. ARTICL.'I tV. 'lThe business nill aitlhirs of said corpora tion shall lie undiier tlhe l sprilnthudeuici und aiiniilagellment iu i liila of dlirectors com1 posed of tight stocikllders. each of whbln shall iown in his own name five shares of the cnpit;al stock of said companily. Sail board of directors shilll hlie elected for the terml of one yeir tn the first. Moluday ill Marc h of eliah y.lar ifter the dirte hereoffnd allll :ijuri It of ticth l otes cast shall elect. E.ill shlltr iof stollk shalil lie ctltitled tcl one vote, either ill persion or byliv piro x, and tell days prior ilotitc of sinlhe electrif slhal'.llc.- git., it a nuwspaller pulblilihedl ill t4i palrish'yf Asren sion. Theli' Ioard lllf iii ri ctirs at tlheir first lumeetilg shall elect a Ipresidnt. a seer.tary aild ai yesuii reir, anl all citations or other legal process shlall lie served uipon the ipieal ient. or drinllg his abllsene, the secretary. Said board shall have full power and- U1 thority to applloilt such ofticeers, clerks or iagev't is Ias v hey mali ' llde necessary for the Ihllsilnes oltf l isid companyl , tIll Illike and es tablilish asi well is alter anda amuend any 1and all by-laws, rules1 nd rn iegulations ais tlhey lmay deelm neeti ssal r i ti theilote.til. in, u Iport and luatlagelnillt of the althails, inter ests aId il business of slii col naillllyilt. Five of saiil directors shal constiitute ai quOru for thlie transaction of all business andi any vleliiy thiat maily oieeir in said hliiardi flron deatlh lr esignlliion slhall bie tilled by elec tion by the reuainig alicitbers. ARTI' ICE V. Whlllienever this orpllliratioll is .adissolved, eitheur lI liluitatlion ii other e;aluse, itsiitfflairs shall le iquidated undler the asuperinlteldl enco of two stock holders. appointed for tllh Ipurposel' by the board of directors, who shall rlluain in office until the affairs of said complllllil shall have been fully settled and liquilated. AITICLE VI. No stockholder shall ever ll held l liale or respolsiile for the contralct or iaults of said corlioratioll in 1any' fulrtlher sumll thllt the unpalid baillance dule the clllliompany on the shaires ownedit lby hlimii, lnor shall lany infor nality in olganizatitio have the tfftect of renerlilng tlhe charter lIll or of exposing any stockholder to any liability beyond tle amount duo on his stock.. ARTICLE VII. This act of incorporation maly lie clhangeid, modlilied ori altlered, oir said cOllilipanlly Ili be dissolved with that isse..t oftilree-tourlths in lmounlt of the caplital s:luck thereof at anv gelneral Ilieting (convlnelld for that p)ar pose, after tifteeln il;hda nlotice il I plublic ilnewspaper publishled ill the lparish of .tseu Slill. ARTICLE VIII. ohnilli T. Nolan, Robert N. Silut. Dr. W. M. Mcullialalurd, Dr. A. C. Love, 3Meyer Leluann, lenllry I)roege, L. E. enutley. Jos. J. Lechae, have bceen hlloseu as tlhe first Ioard of diree toirs of t' said illany andull shall serve as such until the first of March. Eigllteen Ilundred anilld Eighty-two, or until their sucesssors' shall have beetl elected. T.lhus dlno ad tllasad aill t yliV office in the i:prish of AsceiiiOn. Ion the day. imouitthi anild yeviar first iaboiive iilentionicd. in thel presence of Messrs. W. WV. Itufird :nill J. J. La targue, goodi and comlpetent witnesses, who. with said appearers and aime. Notary, lhav signed these presents after due readl ing thereof. [Signed.] W.3. MCIALILIARD, J.r. NOlAN. Jr., II. DIOEt;E, A. C. LOVE. L. E. BENTLEY. M3YERI LEMANN, B. LEMANN. J. 1. LECIIE. FREDERIC;K DUFFEL, It. N. K.iS. W. W. It.FOºRI). J. J. LAFAR(I'E. Enlw.Altn N. P'r;u. Notary Public, Parilsh of A.tscensiion. Recorded in Blook of Miscelltaneous Acts, Ni. 4. page 487,. et seq., this Maell 1). I181. [Signed.] W. W. ILEFORD. hilipt. Clerk and Recorder. A trui copy of tile original on file antiil of i re'm-i'd ill m:y otheie. l'ari.h of Ascenilsioi this ailrch 10i. I881. W. rW. lIiiFORD. Dept. Clerk and Reiorder. DONALDSbNVILL JUSINESS DIRECTOR~Y, sEWING M.t6CHINES. 1'ý A. KINGSTON, de4ler in n11 kinds o0 .1 . 4td Mv.rt l*d Il e ilh Aut1d& rlag Ma chines, 1.55 Railroad Avenue. "Ne,.lli"., Oil, Attachinentlmand Cvr evcrthtlg: llonu ng to tlhe sewing tmelhinue. Mtelines sold, ex chaiard r reuteiln yusyn monthly a a specialty. . DRY GOODS. WIMOCLIEUES, Etc. J NO. F. PARK, dealer in Staple and Fan. cy Groceries, ProvY'ions. Plhatation and k8teamullat Supplies, Counned Goods, Wines, Liquors, Bottled Beer, Ale, etc., Dry Goods and Notions, corner of Mississippi and Cliet iwnaches streets, opp. River Ferry. A 1). VEGA, Agent, dealer in Dry Goods, " Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Liquors, Furniture, Hard ware, Tobaccu , Piitatb, Oils, Gltes; Iulunber, Bricks, Carte anDl WaIgons; Loeb's corner, Railroad Avenue and' Mississippi 'street. BERNARD LEMANN, dealer in Western Produce, fancy and staple Groceries, Liqnuga, Hardware, Iron, Paints, Oils, Carts, Plows, Saddlery, Stoves and Tinware, Fur= niture, Crockery, Wall Paper and House Furnishing Goods, Mississippi street, corner Crescent Place. JOSEPH GONDRAN, dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Boots, Shoes. Hardware, Paints, Oils, Saddlery, Crockery, Furniture and all kinds of House Furnishing Goods, Blue Store, Mississippi street. M TOBIAS,. dealer in Groceries, Dry * Goods, Clothing, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furniture, Hardware, Crock ery, Trunks, etc., corner Miseissippi and St. Patrick streets and No. 24 Railroad Avenue. Everything at lowest figures. C KLINE, corner Crescent Place and C Houmas street, dealer in Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Pro visions, Corn, Oats and Bran. M ISRAEL & CO., dealers in Dry Goods, * Clothing, Bots, Shoes, Saddlery, Buggies, etc., corner Missiesippi street and Railroad Avenue. S MOYSE, dealer in Dry Goods, Cloth S ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Furniture, Hardware and Plantation Sup lilies, at Lenuan's old stand, Mississippi street. S WEINICIIENCK, dealer in Dry Goods, S Notions, Clothing, Groceries, Hard ware, Hats, Boots and shoes, uand general Plantation Supplies. Railroad Avenue, be tween I berville and Attakapas streets. JN). SOLOZANO, dealer in Groceries, P Wines and Liquors. Crockery. T'inware, Notions, etc. No. 21 Railroad Avenue, be tween Conway and St. Michael streets, Donaldsonville. ANTOINE PFISTER. dealer in Fancy nud Staple Groceries of all kinds, of heat qualities and at lowst prices: Wines, Liquors. Boant and Plantation Supplies, etc., Railro,ad Avenue. near the Depot. LjJUOR AND HIILLIAitI) SALOONS. il.CiE PLACE, Gus. Israel, nmnager, C Corner Lessard and Mississippi streets. Billiards, Lager Beer, Best Wines and Liquors, Fine Cigars. etc. HJOTELS AND lBOARI)ING-IHOUSES. ROIUT. E. LEE HOTEL, at Marx Israel's old stand, corner Misissisippi iland Les surd srects. Jos. Lafargue, prolprietor. Bar and billiard roo.. attachled. First-class en tertainment and acconmnodations. CITY IIOTEL. P. Lefterre. Proprietor, Ratilroad Avenue, cor. Iterville street. liar supplied with best Liquors. CONFECTION I 1RIES. P I IILI P GEIG(;ER'S Confeetiouery and I runit Store, Misissippi street, adlj.iuing eliemann's old stand. Cakes, Soda Wa;ter, Nuts. Toys and iFuey Articles. DONA LI)S()NV'IE CONFECTIONERY, D lyi A. Grillhe, hMissisuappi street, near St. Patrick. Blraunh on RIi ilroud Avenue, n:ar Ol )Iloias srei't. (Cakes. Fruits. Nuts, Soda Watter, lee Crealm. Cakes. lee Cream and S.yrnps for weddlings and ptrtics fur nilslheld o,n short notice. TINSMITH. LOlS .1. RACKE, Tinsmith, Mississippi 1 street. at LeI-'ann's old stand. Ord'ers :Itterdled to with dispatch and sa:tiPfaction insured. hARIBER 1SHOP. L L. FERNANDIEZ. Barber Shop, Mis * sissipli Street. near ceqrner Lessard. Shaving. Lhair-cutting, shamplooing, etc., in most atistic st3!e. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. F.'tE .I.El('K DUFFEL.Attorney at lhw. It ottieP on Clhetimaheles street, opposite the Court-House. EDl WAIRDI N. PUGH, Attorneyv at Law, Attakalps street, olplite. Louisiana Sqeu41re. Visits Na,,oleouville on Mondays. LIVERY STAIILES & UNDERTAKING. SCHONIII(IElI'S Livery, Feed and Sale S Stable and UnlePrtaker's Establishment, Railroad Aveunue, between Ilerville antl At i.akzpi:s streets. Compettition defied. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. B R'IlISKI, Alpotlhecry and l)ruggist. * Mississippi street, between St. Patrick and St. "ireeni streets, ldjoiuiig Gondlran'es store. ENTIRAL DRUG STORE. corner Rail reisil Avenue and Iberville street. L. Blanchard, proprietor. Fresh Drugs and lledlicines. MILLINERY. M I:S. M. BLUM1. Milliner, Mississippi ..Istreet. Ioetween Lesse:ud and St. Pat rick. Latest styles of lBonnets, lIsts. French Flowers. etc.; also, all kinds of Ladiee' Un derwear. SODA WATER MANUFACTORY. SODA WATER MANUFACTORY, II. Hetlecr. Ipr.prietor. No. 11 Missisippi street. Sodal. Mineral. Seltzer and all kinds of aerated waters manufactured, and sold at lowest prices. T H. DONLON, in all its branches. 1. P . Box No. I. I)ounli.dsonville. I.n. Regular New Orlears and Bayou Sara Passenger Packet. TIHE FINE PASSENGER STEAMER JNO. W. CANNON, J. C. LIBANO. J. 11. MOSSOP. Master. Clerk. Leaves New Orleans Every Wednesday and Saturday, at5p. m For Bayou Sara and Coast Landings. RETURNING DOWN: Passes )onaldtsonville Mondays and Fri days. between 3 and 10 o'clock P. M. vH OHANGE OF SCHEDULE. -4 DO()NALI)SON VILLE ad BATON IROUGE DAILY U. S. MAIL PACKET. - . Steamer Morining Star. H. W. Pennywitt. Master. Will leave Donaldsonuille every day, ex cept Tuesdayv. at 1.:3.. on arrival of ears from New Orleans. for Baton Rouge and all .1h;il Landings. carryineg Passengers and Elaggage onlv. Will leave Baton Rlnge every morning at 6:311. except Tnesdays,tlr Donaldsonville, (tClllnne tliit with the cars for New Orleans. Through tiel.ets to New Orleans. or for the round trip fronm any imail landing le tween D])oallsonville and Baton Rouge. will be scd on the Morning Star. ,5fHNBERGB'S LIVERY, SALE - AND --ND ; undertaker's Establishm't SRailroad Avenue, opposite City Hotel, S Donaldsonville. r i Cheaper than the Cheap Stle l A FINE HEARSE e and a full assortment of 5, COFFINS t. Of all Sizes, Styles and Prices. 17 YHe have a preparation for preserv ing bodies an indefinite length of time in d the warmeet weather, which will be applied Sgratis, and Hearse furnished Free of Charge, w, when the Coffin is purchased at this estab lishment.a, ' FRESH KENTUCKY HORSES, NEW BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, IIACKS, SADDLES & HIARNESS at reduced rates of hire. Partwnlar at ten tion to boarding horses. A supply of feed, HAY, CORN, OATS and lBRAN, 1 always on sale at bottom market prices. -A spacious Mle Pen has been provided in connection with the stables, affording unequaled facilities to dro vers and traders for the acconlnodation of their stock at bed-rook rates. TRY US. Satisfaction must and shall be given to patrons. Respectfully, anu3 SCHONBERG. ALL COME INN The cheapiest and prettiest CHROEOS"VE A full line. ® y@ OF EVERY KIND from the smallest to the largest, and at prices thallt can not be complited wifhe-iir chealpness. from lagniappe to $15. My 75ct and $1 dolls are a marvel. Sewing Baskets and Brackets of all sizes, steles and prices. Cheapest to be had any where. A full line of Papeteries and Stationery always on hand. [rF Orders for TOYS ,ill be filled a;t less than New Orleans pri ces. Call at the post-oftice stand, the Ascension News Depot Donaldsonville, La. W. G. 1YILKINSON, PROPRIETOR. Latist AnnocemIent Reduction of 15 per cent. on Dolls and Toys. Frim and after date of this annonnce ment, I offer all Dolls and Toys in my Inrge stoek at a reduction of 15 per cent. Prices are m Ulrked i f plain figures, and customers will vake tloeir own rIeuction. D)onnhlsonville, D)·eemblnr 18. 1880. W.. (. WILKINSON. PLAQUEMINE & JEFFERSON SAW MILLS DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF SAWED AND SPLIT ALumber, S~itig les, SatCapres, etc. All t or whers 1-mltly -httetndd to s llt satis flction gualrantccd. FPRICEL TO SUIT T Pi R TIMES. All letters andi orders to be alddreeamed to A. WILBERT, P . O. Box 88. PL.a 8 UE.TII.Y+E, 1,hl5-ly Ihfrille paritsh, Ila. Gray's SIpecific Medicine. The Great Engllsh IRemedy. TP'AD r Ar r An unfailingTRADE MARK cure for Sc'i inal Weuk atorrheia, lii poteny, and all I)iseases tlhatl'ol owas "~-FeE T:. .~ ell se i AFTER TAIES. ory. LUniversial Lassitude, Pain in the lBick. 1)inilless of Vision, Premature ()d1 Age. and ltllny iotherl diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumlption and a Premature Gralve. Ur Full particulars in our patuphllet, wlhihe we desire to send free ivby mail to every one. j The Specific Medicine is sold by all druggists at $1 per package, or six pIackages for ,:a, or will be sent free hlI nmail o re ceipt of the iuoney, hy allrhescsinig THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., No. 106 Main Street, rlullo, N. Y. Sold in Donaldsonville by N. BEL. F . . 'CHUI.ER, (Sucq.cssor to the Iate Joeph 1 Ilard) BLACKSMITII, Carriage & Wagon Maker, IIORSE-SIlOEB, i:'rc., Railroad Aveune, betwee lri n Mississippi and Ilhervilli str..ets. DON.A LDSON rlLL E. I have the honllor to iuforml the public that I have establiilshedl iniyself at Icartd's olh stand. where I aim preparedl to do all work in my line iprliiptly. efficiently and at the most rt.asonahli!e rates. I resla.ctfnlly .oiliclr a share of the pthlic' le patronage aild atiim willing to stand or tall Ly the merit of Iny work ;nlll tpries as colnlmpared with tlhoe of other estalilislllluein . Ft"1125 A WQNDlE.UL And SCIENTIFIC DISC VERY THE MEDICATED GLASSES. You can get a pair of spectacles that will keep your eyes in as good condition foreveg after as when first you use them. These Medicated 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 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, for the following reasons: 1. The chemicals soften the light to the eye, compietely 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 make it as hard as a diamond, It will retain its polish and never become dull or aim, 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 upall night, and the light has no effect on the eye, with no tiresome sensation whatever, which necessarfly continues to improve flie 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 stamu. The Medicated Glasses can only be had at 74 St. CLarles 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. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! NONE GENUINE UNLESS STAMPED MEDICATED. HERC. HOUARH, s25 74 St. Charles Street, New Orleans. LICHTNINC SEWER &NEW OSCILLATING SHUTTLE SEWING MACINlE No. 5 OPEN. THE BEST SEWING MACHINE WORLD. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATA LOGUE No. 230. a~pAN AGENT WILL DELIVER A MACHINE AT YOUR RESIDENCE, FREE OF CHARGE, SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. To. cn. Cf AGENTS WANTED. . A167 Cdades ., Ne Ora L.ou~s~. M5 167 Canal St., New Orleans, Louisiana. ' JOSEPH FEHIIISEI, Blackesmith, Wl EEE lRIGHT & COACilIIAEK, I)onaldsosrvlile, La. Mr. Joseph Ferrier inform.s lis friends and the public, that the partnership heretofore existing between Mr. Jos. Icard and himsell 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 libl, pertaining to the trades of Gunmsmith, Locksmith, Blacksmith, Wheel wright and Coachmaker. Buggies Oarriages, Wagons and Oarts repaired in a workmanlike manner, at price to'enit the times. Old Vehicles taken in Exelange for new. The Manaufacture of Plantation Carts and Wagons a specialty. 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 guaraateed Donaldsonville, La., Ma "th 15, 1577. PROVERBS. "The Richest Blood, Sweetest Breath 11nd hiir.st Skin in Hop Bitters." A" little Hop Bitters saves big doctor's hills and long sickness." -Thl' t invalid wife, mother, sister or ihild can lhe itiade the picture of health with HIop Bitters." S"Ihen worn downl and ready to take your bed. Hop hitters is what you need " '" Dont't physic and physic, fir it weak ,us and destroys. but take Ilop Bitters that hbuill up continually." "I'Physicians of all schools use and rec onenu-il Hop Bitters. Test thelm." " Illrlth is beauty and joy--llop Bitters give heilth and heauty." "There iiare morlie cures made wvith HIop Bitters than all oither uiedicinas." " When the braini is we-arid trhe nerves nstrulll, the musciles weak, use Hluh Bit ters." "That low. nervous fever. want of sleep anl weakness, calls tfr ilhp Bitters." The Hop Cough Cure aund Pain Relief is the Cheapest, Surest uud Best. READ 3 THIS I! TRIAL. If you wit iihtl rjgaiii h .ltlh. stri n~tl t ud energy, iitlhouatl hi" c* ol rr .s, try lieacth's Improved Electric Sponge Bl-t. whii h we will senld ol trial. Aeintsa wl anted. Adiress EI.4'. Il.eash. *r*..li,. . 11i~ r BIG 'PAY AGENTS We want a limited unllulhir of netive, ener getic canvassers to lnguage ii t ia plian:alt anil profitable business. GOuod men will find this a rare-chance TO MA.E M1ONZIW. such will please answer this. :nlvertise Incnt by letter. enillsinlu st:ainiI t:,r r.elily stating what busingies thev hl,:e lbr hen In. gageil in. None but thios'e hih ll meant iusi ties need app'l. Address FINLEY, iIIIVLR Y & C'i.. Attntis Ca. LANDRETHS' 1784 fA.I 1881 Ba~sr ),1Is Owd f . ( dAVID 1LND RETH dtSONSPmuSaz a.,p O a week in your own town. $5 Out fit free. No risk. Reader, if you want a 1,usiness at which persons of either sex can make great pay all the time they work, write for particulars to II. IIALLrrT & Co., Portland, Maine. THE BEST REMEDY Diseases of the throat and IL. AYER' nas s. for hhs Sa safe and reliable remedy is inval nable. A ry 's CumaBw PECTORAL is such a remedy. It is a scientifio combination of the medicinal princli ples and curative virtues of the ilnmt drugs, chemllI power as to insure the greatest poesi ble efficiency and PETO uniformity of re suits. It strikes at the foundation of all pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief and rapid cures, and is adapted to patients of any age or either sex. Being very palatable, the youngest children take it readily. In o cuYib , r_., Colds, Sore Brone itih, n zae s e t/ , rore Throat, sthma, Cro-p, - Catarrh, the effects of xan's Cmzur Pxcroaw. are magical, and multitudes are annually preserved from serious ill* nea by its timely and faithful use. It should be kept at hand in every house hold for the protection it affords in sand. den attacks. In Whooping.cough and Consumption there is no other remedy so efficacious, soothing, and helpful. Low prices are inducements to try some of the many mixtures or syrups, made of cheap and ineffective Ingredi. ents, now offered, which, as they con. tain no curative qualities, can afford only temporary relief, and are sure to disappoint the patient. Diseases of the throat and lungs demand active and effective treatment; and it is dangerous experimenting with unknown and cheap medicines, from the great liability that these diseases may, while so trifled with, become deeply seated or incurable. Use A.mt's Canaar PECTroa.L, and you may comnidetly expect the beat results. I _aof nowledged curative power, i as cheap as its careful preparation tad in gredients will allow. Emi nent physicians, knowing its composi tion,prescribe it, The test of haslf a eenty has proven its certainty to cure Scomplaints not already beyond the reach of human aid. PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Praetical and Aalytiusal ChiasrU, Lowell, Mass. SOLD IY ALL Dauseests av1aWasLas.