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TIS HARD TO BELIEVE. Very warm was the day, very drowsy and ijtil 1. And the farmer sat reading the news; And the wife of the farmer was inilking the cow, And, Lis eldest son blacking his shoes; 'And tie ma of the fariter was on the back pot'h Making npple anni blackberry pies, With the farmer's wee girl in a chair by her tide, Lookiag tiner watl sleepy ibline eyes. And the mald in the kitchen was washing the plates, With many "Oh dears " and "Oh nnys! And the house dog was lying upon the door mat, A-lauily mnapping at flies. c V'hen seane Naps, just escaped from the country of Nod, Oanne. noiselessly flying that way; And the funniest pranks that small Naps ever played, tin a nonnent they managed to play. From the hands of the fanner the paper they son tlnhed, Prnoinislthneald;erked the krerchief of silk. nint tthey'lnmtbed his wife frnon her stool 'gainst the cow, And away went the pail of new milk. hey jogged the boy's elbow, and up flew his arm, And the blacking splashed over his nose; nd they charmed the poor maid with a rice little dream, And then dropped a big plate on her toes. Close together they brought Poinpey's teeth with a ban;;, Just catching the tip of his tongue Aud the ma of the laninr they teased, till at last Half her fruit in the garden she fiung. And they closed baby's eyes, and she slid fromt tne chair, And lay on the floor in a heap; And yet these samie Naps, though 'tis hard to believe, Are the children of quiet Dame Sleep. -Harper's Young Folks. Noten from Myri's Portfolio. City Folks in Country Uniform-Trout Fishing-Navigation on a Log-An In voluntary hinth. L.tuaEnD.iEnN, N. C., Sept. 1881. DEAn AuTT CAuT: I have been thinking lntely that we who are summering in this mountain re treat ought to lie quite angelic in all our tastes and tendencies and altogether free front glile. Why f you ask. Well, ifyon were to peep in upon ins sometime you would not hesitute long ii n the con viction concerning our utter renuncint tion of the pomps and vanities of this wicked world. An absolute indifference to that " outward adorning of plaiting the hair, and wearing of gold, or putting on of.costly apparel," characterizes the whole party, and we only consult the mirror when we especially desire to wearwour-collars straight, or arrange dis hnveled locks. One lady bronight two 8Sam .1N etc with costines a diefpiny, or dazzling unappre laitive eyes. After appearing several 41ijlea en grande tfennie she becaine intui tively aware that. it is not considered good form at Laureldeno to follow that time-honored custom of prinpinng, or to be attired in any richer material than modest worsted or flannel. Occasionally, and when it is cominparatively warmn, grenadine might be tolerated, but almost every thing is at a discount for the week days, save the accepted uniform. Sun day is a memorable day, for it marks it return to accustomed costutes, and we array otlselves then in what we term church dresses. The Inountain uniformt is unvy hino fli nuel and the gentlemen weal sailor shirts of that moateriul, which are so much more becoming than their ordinary citizens clothes that the girls invariably look upon them quite tfvorably during six days of the week, while on the seventh, the illusion van ishes, and they are viewed in the light of comunion day. The ladies' costumes are very pictltresllie looking, exceeding ly short, with-as a gentleman very defi nitely (1 ) described them-' Garibaldi waists and railroad taiiuning aronud the bottom." Imsumense straw hats nd1 buck skin gasuntlets complete our eeganot (') tailotte, and thus apparelled we roanm over this beautiful country, boldly def'- ing all votaries of fashion, all satellites of the troublesome Mrs. (;rmndy. We often laugh i mlii g onrselves and enjoy inking whatit senisatiou we wouldc:e ar: if we would peramlbulate Lanal street, tor instance, ill this jaunty moun tain dress, and have almost decided to shock a faslhionable society by promteua ding in a body down town, when we re turn, resplendent in our novel slwluner garb. hut, after ell, the eternal fitness of things decrees as irrevocably, if not so arbitrarily, as 1)Umue Fashion herself, and what is perfectly ra reyle in these delightful wilis, would present an in congruous enough appearauce nearer the centre of civilization. Did yo i ever go trout-iihiig ? It is just the nicest sport imaginable; chiefly so, I think, because of the beauty of the Iaountai Istreanis, which, cool and crys tal-like, flow over their rocky beds witilot a suspicion of mudnl, amid the fris,,est sylvan shades and beneath arches of oak and kaliiiia. Encompassed as we ult with so iiiiichl loveliness, I think it is sealeolv a wzmiler that our attention is diiested rount w hat is as pleasantly tracthial as tirou, and we gaze in wlrapt admluiration upon that which could never n lVry as, never pill upon our taste, but elevate and soften, always. .I*. - Sias building a iant across one of these samtsis the lither day,l:i order to snake a tisli pond, anld we thought it wnuld be rate fu1n to go down, and with aid of ]lets glti 1 s waly trlut as possible 1rinu tit nei,1hboring streams for his pond, 'thich he was ataliliotis to till. WXe wlre soln diverted to other amuule llents. however, so if the poor gentle 111:11n trusted to our assidnit' to stock his polln, he mtust have been wotillti diMappuillted. It was soon a subject of tdebatte among nos as to who would be SlIIurettOle enough to mount a great to in the water and row upon it. The Creek seetuid sleep and the log unsaue, so w~e hesitrted :t fe-w minutes before tie 11 it, couldt bt per-tuadted to crwthe I t~h~li At t tat vilithi, ilre dauitilet 2h:L:'an1 o et ;+. ý",ýung men. tlnantlieed ihet inlteltilo tul ittda iug the brilliant iN:t ire. hntlting the action to the wonr she stepped triumphantly upon it, bear ing aloft a hoe for an oar, and was soon steering her little craft right gallantly. A few moments more found her in a pre carious position, however. It was evi dent that she could not long retain her balance upon this rolling barque, in spite of skilful manautvring with the nondescript oar. Suddenly, the old log capsized, and she tumbled gracefully (?) waist-deep, into the water.. Not at all disconcerted, she smilingly told us that as she was already wet, she intended to enjoy the water awhile longer. So after Iloundering about a few minutes, she fiuallý comented to be rescued from the silent depths of the harmless stream, as dripping and forlorn-looking a maiden as you can well imagine. Our naiad, nlothing daunted, obstinately insisted upon remaining, to enjoy the' remainder of the day's sport, instead of going obe diently homne to change her wet clothes. It was an unanswerable query, how she could have derived pleasure from even the most fertile source in s50 humid a state, but de gustibul non est di5pJutandum ! Fortu nately,a'colds are rare ill this cli mate, and she did not suffer any (is agreeable effects of the unique bath. Affectionately, MYRA. THE SUNDAY MAGAZI1&. The October number is (nure than usually attractive, and affords very pleasant and edifying reading. We have the first install mient of a peculiarly interesting serial, en titled, "Martha's Vineyard," by the late Frances Browne; and the first chapters of an admirable story, " May Culningham's Trial," besides other short stories, sketches, essays, etc., by well-known writers. 'The Litany," by the late Dean Stanley; ' The Trappist Monks and their Life," "Litchfield Cathedral," "' Religious Fairs in India," "Summner Life oil Lake Chautanuua," " A Missionary Martyr, John 'Williams," are among the other noteworthy features of the Iunmber; they are all finely illustrated. 11ev. Dr. Deemns contributes the third of the series of essays, "Only," and " The H1olale Pulpit" contains a sermon by Rev. John Stoughton, D. I)., on the subject, "A New Commandment." The poems are merito rious, and reveral of them are tastefully il lustrated. There is a large variety of mis cellaneous matter, together with those pop ular teat ares, " International Sunday-sehool Lessons," " Notes by the Way," " Obituary Notices," etc. The price of a copy of this excellent publication is only 25 cents. Year ly subscription. $3, postpaid. Address Frank Leslie, Publisher, 53, e3 and 57 Park Place, New York. GOOD ADVICE FROM A LEADING MEDICAL PROFESSOR. The learned doctor says: "Keeit some kind of a tonic medicine al;;yme house, n" ..,well, make free use .. urn nt to sure that it is both harmi less as well as meritorious. Put no trust in alcoholic preparations: their use will lead to intemperance; neither be part at to any remedy that produces a severe cathartic ef fect, for prostration of the nervous ystem and digestive organs is sure to follow. The mildest and best medicine ever invented for strengthening every part of the body and restoring impaired or lust organic functions to their norital condition, and one which is having an unparalleled and rapidly ineretas ing sale in the Eastern States, is Brown's Iron Bitters. Any druggist will procure it for you if you request him to do so, espe cially when lie finds you can not be per suaded to take some substitute. It does not contain alcohol, and is the only preparation of Iron that cures headache and does not blacken the teeth. It is a sure reviver, a true strengthener, and the very best medi cine ever invented for permanently strengtl euing the puluonary., urinary and d gestive organs, and preventing consumption. kidney diseases and chronic dyspepsia, often curing these diseases when all other remedies have lfailed; for it is truly nature's best assist anit. -Gazelle. Exhausted and enfeebled constitutions suffering from dyspepsia, rservousness and general weakness ecred by Itrown's Iron Bitters. Col. A. Wood Merryweatiter, whom every hidy in Scranton, Pa., knows, writes and say: " I had long cutlet ed from a derange ument of the bladder and kidneys; it had made my general health very poor. I also was troubled \\ ith severe indigestion; pills gave ate only temporary relief, and I ex perienced great anxiety of mind, as well as physical distress. A friend reeotnicited IBrown's Iron Bitters. I have used it with most gratifying results, and t just now ity health never was better, and I let! that the cutre s permisent." Ile Wise and Happy. If you will stop all Your extravagant and wrong notions in tilctoring yourself aind fam ily with expensive or humbug cure-alts that do harm always, anid use only nature's situ lie remedies for all your tilments-yolt will be \\ ise, well and happy, and save great ex pense. The greatest remedy for this, the great, wise and good will tell you, is Hop Blitters-rely on it. See another column. Newspaper Laws and Regulations, i. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wish ing to contint e the subscrilption. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of the periodicals. the publisher may con tinue to send them until all arrearages are paid. :l. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals trout the ollice to which they are directed, they are held responsible til they have settled their bills, and or dered theun discontinued. 1. If subscribers move to another place without infortiing the publishers and the papers are sclt to the former direction, they tire held responsible. 5. Tie courts have decidel that " refusing to take the piiitdicalis from the olice, or removing and leaving themi unealled for is primer ftvie evidence of intentional fraud. I. Any person wvho receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether lie has or dered it or not, he is litid in law to le a Siu srriber. If subscribers pay in advance they are bound to give notice at the ail of their time, if they do not wish to continue taking it: otherwise the puiblislier is authorized to continue sending it on, and the subscribers will be responsible until iii express notice with alt-l psytuent of all arrears, is cent to the publisher. No Good Preaching. No teaii can do a good job of work, preach a good sermon, try ti law snit wel. I doctor a plitient or write a g~iOt article us hen he feels tOiwtatle int ull. B t \t 1i sliggist brain and unsteatdy itt -ee : and none should make the attempt in Such a condition when it can Le so easily and cheaply removed by a little Iop 1Bitters. See other column. THE OLD RELIABLE STORE. CONR *KLINE, PROPFR.IEWOR, CONRCRESCENT ANt) HoUA ý ST DONALD SONVILLE, -DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, TEUHKS BADDLERYOOThS BHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS. C LOTI E I ING, ZEPHYR WOOL, FANCY GOODS, ETC. COn', OATS AND BRAN, GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, Sour Rraut and Limberger cheese. Scotch Ales, Canada Malt Beer and LIQU3L9on O)F' ALMA QUAIg3TIEa. [F Parties desiring to purchase fine Clothing, Boots, Shoes alnl Hats will do well by calling and examining my stock before pnrchas ing elsewhere. TAKE NOTICE! FRED'S HOUSE, T wo doors above the St. Charles Theatre New Orleans. The co-partnership heretofore existing between J. F. IIELLMIERS and E. W. 'IROEGEL, under the style and firm of .1. F. Ilellimers & Co., has been dissolved by mutual conisenit. [T In withdrawing front business I ree otunenid ity former partner, E. %V. 'Troegel. to all lay friends and patrons, and hope they wil extend their patron, ge to toy suc cessor its liberally as to the old firi.. o(c2-1y J. F. HIELLMERS. FRANTZ &OPITZ, )Diamond Setters andJewelers 65 Rloyal Street, Btetw. Blenville and Conti, NEWV ORLEANS, Would offer their intel 17Eop ligently selected stock of , '4 Clocks, Watches, Jewel ry, Diamonds and Silver wareatacceptableprices. Jeweiry,Watchtes, Clocks, etc., carefully repaired. All articles of jewelry madeto order. I lamond setting a specialty. N. B.-No roil plate RI filled or other such goods kept in our stock. o25y VERANDAH PRIVATE BOARDING -BY FREDERIC BAYHA, Agt., 75 Conti St., New Orleans. t1,20-3m11 Near the Texas Depot. Moses Loie, 11. Kritzenstein, New Orleans. New York. MOSES LOBE & GO., Wholesale dealers anil jolitars in clothing, hats, trittiks, valises, dry goods, furnishing goods. notions, etc. Nos. 23 Magazine and !t iiin 101 Grnot ote streels, New Orleans, La. Branch, 101 Franklin St., New York. FRENCH RESTAURANT 116 Custom-House Street, NEWV OR1-LEANS, LA. ROOMS AND 1OARD. AUG ISTE, formerly oft lie Contureinel Itestaut tatit, will bI pleased to sei his friends at this iouse The table sapplied with thoiee edibles and wines, at utmderate prices. LITTLE EXCHANGE, Corner St. Louis and Chartres, NEW ORLEANS. JOSEPH ROI)RIGUEZ, PROPRIETOR. Choice Wines and Ltiiors always on hand. Flitrnisted Itounts. 1(11' I UNCII front 4 A. 31. to 2 P. M. slt-Iy PO1ns1io Fr anc also, 107 Oustombouse, between Royal and Bourbon Streets, NEW O:.LEA17S Board and lodging; private rooms. For agree Hnt, come and see te. act IVP. FORGET. i1MAGNOLIA EATING SALOON, 1:35......Ptydtas Street......135 Betweei Cam( p and St. Charles Sts. Meals Served from 25 to SOc. ltOARt) BY THE WEEK, 2 MEALS, $4; 3 MEALS, $5. loeats fromi 6 A. IT., to 8 P" It. Meals served at Residence. Mrs. George Stehle, .lo. 145 RICE STREET, Near Magazine. NEW ORLEANS. Transient Boarders, $1 50 per daiy. Good btobl aino comfortable roomus. ap30 'ae wanut a liimiteah ntiuumer of aetive, enci- go-tic caitvaooers to onigagi in a pltutatit anid ptotitaiblo huitanpus(s. oot mon wsill find thits TO M&XZ MONEY. itent by letter. enclostiun staimp fot teplte staiting what buisiness tlia.' Ii so botnt on gageit in. None bot those who mean bust usews nteed lipply. Ashoreas FINLEY. 11 UVEY & (JO., Atlanta. Ga. To Let. T 1W BRADFORD PRORERTY. corner Ibm-s itt,± onT Lessard sir-ots. ()le of tie. rootmiest unit tmost conmfortubls' real deuces in town: lately repaired. Ptossus sion given iuniediattelv. For ternis and cotiditions apply to FREDERICK DUFFEL. ily2 Agenut. KSCHONBERG'S LIVERY, SALE AND -AND Undertaker's Establishm't Itallroad Avenue, opposite City Hotel, Donaldsonville. Cheaper than the Cheap Stable! A FINE IIEAIISE and a full assortment of COFFINS Of all Sizes, Styles and Prices. i «e have a preparation for preserv ig 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 Iislunent. I FRESIH KENTUCKY HORSES. NEW BUGGIES, CARIIIAOES, HACKS, SADDLES & HARNESS at reduced rates of hire. Particular atten tion to boarding horses. A supply of feed, HAY, CORN, OATS and lRAN, always on sale at bottom market prices. A spacious Mlule Pen bas been provided in connection with the stables, affrd inguntequaled facilities to dro vers and traders for the aecunomodation of their stock at bed-rock rates. TRY US. Satisfaction must and shall be given to patrons. Respectfully, aug3 SCIIONIIERG. SPRING HILL COLLEGE MOBILE. t 9J7 EF UT 2c;. T71111S ('ollege, leauitiiully situated in a I healthy locality, near Mobile, is under the direction of the Lesait Fathers. Every f]'ility is alffrded for the b-st classical :an conutierital eduration. Trn's-hioard and tuition, per annum, $3100. Studies will Ie resoanod Monday, October 3. For fur ther partienllls aptly to ICEV. JNO. A. DOWNEY. S. J., au217-l t President. Re-Established at the Old Stand. 1). OIILMEYER, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER Railroad Avenue, Announces to his friends and the publie that he has purchased and fitted op a new shop to take the~pltac of the one recently burned and is again in readiness to do all work in his line at short notice and on the most rea sonable terms. All kinds of leather work, buggy, carriage and coach tritiing and re pairing, saddlery :nid harness work in all their branches. Constable's Sale. State of Louisiana-Second Ward Justice's Court-Aeecusion Parish. It. Lemiann & Jiro., vs. No. 22, Francis Gomez, Sr., and Dreyfus & Co., vs. No. 21, Francis Gomnez, Sr. BY VIRTUE of and in obedience to writs of fierri feloas issued by the above entitled and numberedl suits, dated August itt, 1881, and to mie directed. I will offer for sale at public auction at the store of F. Gomnez, br., on Saturday, September 17. 1881, at 11 o'clock A. M., the iollowing described property, to-wit: All the contents of the store occupied by defendant. ii the parish of Ascension, at Smoke Ilend, consisting of (irucerieCs, llaidwa~re, tet., Asper inventory on file ii toy office. Also One M1ule. Seized in the above suits. Teems and conditions: Cash in United States currency. Parish o1 Ascension, Sept. 3, 1881. REMUS JONES. Constable. 2nd1 ward. F . SCELR ISlittIssor to the late Joselli Icasrd) BLACKSMITH, Carriage & Wagon Maker, JIORSE-SHOER, ETC., Railroad Ayenue, near cor. therville street, DONALDSON VILLE, Being now installed in his new shop at thn old stand, is at all tinmes ready to re cci ye and execute all orders pronmptly and satisfactorily. Respectfully solicits a con tinutanee of patronage en the part of old enstonters anil a trial from new ones, prom ising satisfaction in wotk and pricea. 9KOWN~ IR ON BITTERS BROWN'S IRON BITTERS are a certain cnre for all diseases requiring a complete tonic; espe ciallyIndigestionDyspepsia, Inter mittent Fevers, Want of Appetite, Loss of Strength, Lack df Energy, etc. Enriches the blood, strength ens the muscles, and gives new life to the nerves. Acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Drug gists at $1.00 a bottle. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. Baltimore, Md. BEWARE OF IMITATIONIS. '4 . .,J ~ "ý :J i If .ou. 10.ent. some day to get WEBST ' S UMMIDGED, "D0 1T ',W.» THE C'W TEDITION Contains over 1:3, Worts, 1928 Pagea, 30^0 Engravings, ro-r Pnago Ccloe. I'Pa es, 4C00 NEW WO'!)' and Meanings, Biornbaphical )'tionary of over ! 900 1a]mes. PThe "meet brat:i :1 nn 1 n E lete Eng-FW' .,lish OOiti is h H as 3000) I'.Irav:ngs ner~rly throe I I at t l }l y othrr Diit'ry. F Very srh.,,l am:li fawil-lt sho'tid have it m. for e an no for a En GET THE TiAJ IDARD. rdo ' of li.! e.r. ovr 9I) timrs the : ale' of maly oth<r r elsot I f ictv'rnarites. lf, r ive is coradicrr of t (ourtsin . . delled ia."- 070 f J,'ic c V i te. r1 shet us r :.:r ai authorityiin deeft-A ,ý , ing the, uwane~ia.; to wrs:. d: -To-dehr Pi, tirutry I .tv b1n hought by gý iý"tinn: ryonn Abi-; l iin -ten~thI of the bn. heoo Hok ,f th~e rountry are bl-wed. A Qthority in l W. Governm nt Printing a £,ý Ultire of 1W:vZ Mortnjm. Jan. IDY. A TpiD frrnrrrmenr I 1.::'tt " n".t 9 Sr hools in D'itirnarv that ha, I t wn lot ' l in more D .E.9 t!:I 3000 ri nit "hooln in U.S. L! IT 1OT T 'E ;TANDAFD ? Piili're. ty C & C. MER!ISM ýSpringirlhi, Maii A!. Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary. 1i40 Pa- ,3s Oct' vo. 60,1 Eng-avings. PROVERIUN. 'The Itielo st Blood. Sweetest Breath and fairest Shin in Hop Bitters." " A little Hop Bitters saves big doctor's kills and longi sickness." "That invalid Wife, mother, sister or child can be made the picture of health with H lop Bitters." " When worn down and ready to take Your bed. Hop IBitters iS what you need " " I)ont't physic and physki, for it weak ens and dest rkoys. but take Hop Bitters that build up continually.' kPhysicians of all schools use and ree ounnknd k op Blitters. Tlest them." " Health is beauty and jog-liop Bitters give health and keiaty." "There are more cures made with 11kop Ilitters thatr all other medicines." "\ kWhen the, brain is wkkried the nerves unstrung, tl. mukskles weak, use Hop Bit ters." "That low, nervous lever, want of sleep and weakltess, liks l kr flop Bitters." The Hop Cough Cure aid PaIil Relief is the Cheapest, Surest aIMl blist. SOSEI'H FEttIERi, Dlaclks tnith, 1'ilEELWRIIGIIT & CO. 'IIHA0EB, DI)onaldsonville, La. 31r. -Joseph Ferrier informs his friends and the public, that the likrtnership heretofore existi ug between Mr. Jok. heard and himself kal been dissolved by mutual k knsent. lie will continue the Same kind of business at the klki stand, where tie is ready to exe cute at shortest notice akl work entrusted to hinm, pertaining to the trades of Gunsmktll, Locksmith, l lacksmith, Wheel wright and Coachmaker. Buggies Carriages, Wagons and Carts letaiked in a workmanlike manner, at price to suit the, times. Old Vehicles taken in Exrchangefor new. The Manufacture 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 "uarsauteed Donaldsonville, La., en eh 13 1377. How Lost, How Restored! Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cuelverwell's Celebrated Essay ok the radical cure of SPERMATkRRInIlkA Ok' Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, IMIIrTENIY. Mental kand Physical Incapacity, Ilkpeditie nts to Marriage, etc.; also, (kN-scurTIoN. EkILEPSY iand FITS, in duced by self-indulgence or sexual extrava gance, etc. The celebrated author, in this admirable Essay, clearly demonstrates, from ak thirty years successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured ; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by ikeitns of which every sufferer, no matter what his coudition may be, may cure himself cheap ly, privately, and radically. Io This lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps. We Aare also a sure lure for Tape Worm. Address THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., .I1 Ann St., Y. V.; P. O. Box. 45t36. For Sale. Desirable Property in Thibodaux. THAT desirable property located at the western extremity of Jackson street, in the town of Thibodaux, consisting of a s a cious lot of ground, a neat and comfortable residence, with L attachment-five rooms in main building, three in the L-and a building suitable for a store or other pur pose. Yard contains fruit and shade trees. Two cisterns attached to the dwelling. Will be sold at a bargain. For further particu lars apply to or address A. L. DIONNAUD, Tkies office, New Orleans, La. 1 . 74St ChnrIe' 3. .THE A WOQZDEFSUL And ZCIKNTIFIC DITCOVERY THE MEDICATED GLASSES. 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 imtnined and analyzed by Prot. ilerger, the great French oeulist, and Dr. Carl Hollander the famous German oculist, and pronouneed 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 heieome 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. . ' 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 is at first. 3. The eheniieals 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 theti you can sit tilt all night, and the light has no effect on the eye, with no tiresome sensation whatever, which netessarily continues to iuprove the eye. We suit all eyes ant warrant our work, or money refunded. Persons living at a disteunce, desiring the Medieited Glasses, can le titted by sending address with postage stai n. The t Medicated Glasses can only Ie had at 741 St. Charles Street, as we have nu nor do we employ peddlers. Granilated and i ore Eye lids cured without the use of knif0 or other extreme measures. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! NONE GENUINE UNLESS STAMPED MEDICATED. IERCO HOU3AU, V4 St. Charles Street, New Orleans. LICH EWIQVER 0N' S NEMW OSCILLATING SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE No. 5 OPEN. THE BEST SEWING MACHINE - WORLD. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATA LOGUE No. 230. ai'AN AGENT WILLDELIVER A MACHINE AT YOUR RESIDENCE, FREE OF CHARGE, SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. No. 5 CLOSED. G& AGENTS WANTED. SD SLAd.6 ress 2vZ.. ..k. "PSO "E 167 Canal St., New Orleans, Louisiana. A NEW TREATMENT For Consuumption, Atlmnna, IDys. Broinchit, jrfc tis, headache, Bpebility, Catarrhs, iieurallgin, ItlicunftfatiN'in, and all Chronic and Jerroas Disorders. It is taken BY INHALATION And acts directly upon the great nerouns and organic centres, and cures by a ateroal process of revitalization. REMAREADLE CURES Have been iiade in a wide range of dis eases, which are attracting the attention of the medical priolL,'oni throughout the whole country. HAS BEEN USED SY lt. Rev. John J. Keane1 t iiahp of Idichmon I, Va., H ion. W ). ). Kelly, T. S. Arthur, Wmn. 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