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Týe Doal1dso0ville C1ief,
Two Dollars a Year.
ttems of Interest Gleaned from the Louisi
Three murders were committed in the
parish of St. Mary on the 2nd inst.
There were twenty-five cases of small pox
in Shreveport last week, eleven of which
An old colored man named Wm.I'Ells
bury was drowned whilg boatjig wood in a
pwamp pear Houma.
An attempt was made ;to rob the Bayou
Bara post-office recently, but it was frus
trated by Postmaster Howell.
Daniel S. Oswald was shot and killed by
Dr. Charles Howell, at Laurel Hill, West
Feliciana parjih, on the 4th of January.
The new cotton seed oil mill at St. Mar
tiMsville has been completed. Its capacity
ict'`ty tons of seed every twenty-four
Three old colored persons, two man and
one woman, were frozen to death in Nat
chitoches parish while going home at night
in an ox-cart, Janultry 23.
James Graham, a lawyer aged 55 yQars,
who had been driven to distraction by do
mestic troubles, shot his wife and cut his
own throat, ii New Orleans.
The DeSoto Monitor is the title of a hand
some paper' established at the thriving
town of Grand Cane by Messrs. Bayne
and MoLane. Mr. H. L. McLane is its
Afte;sizty-seven ineffectual ballots, the
Democratic Senatorial convention in the
twenty,fourth district, composed of Cata
honla, Grant and Winn parishes, adjourned
wito making a nomination.
wo colored men, Wm. Rolling and Wm.
3oyd, had an altgrc~ttiqr , near Floyd, in
West Carroll parish, which ended in the
instast.killing of Boyd, who was struck
oveVstbe head with a stick of wood. Roll
ing is in jail.
The steamer Timmie Baker struck a
snag and sunk in the Ouachita river, three
miles above Monroe. She lies in shallow
water and may be raised. The boat was
valued at $4500 and insured for $3000. Her
cargo was fully insured.
A levee foreman named Rice was shot
an4smlly wounded in an affray at Goulds
boro with an engineer rameaqd Gilmore,
employed on the Texas Pacific railroad.
Rice subsequently died and Gilmore sur
Abe Thoeppson, one of the oldest and
most prominent citizens of Richland par
ish, was shot and mortally wounded at
Qirqrd by a young man named Arthur
Whittington, who made his escape. Whis
ker was the cause of the quarrel.
St. Helena has had but one prisoner in
its . sh jail within the past six months
and his.offense was qnly a disturbance of
the peaece. The Greensburg Gazette re
marks: " Our jail is empty the most of the
time, and still some say 'prohibition does
The main larlhoard steam-pipe of the
Natchez exploded on the 3rd inst., four
piles above Baton Rouge, killing a colored
bty named Johnq y, employed in the pastry
room, and severely scalding a passenger,
Mr. R. W. Adams of Louisville. This is
the first accident that has ever befallen the
It is a good rule to accept only such medi
einee as have, after long yers of trial, proved
asy of confidence. This is a case where
*4her people's experience may be of great ser-.
'ie and It has been the experience of thou
nds that Ayer's Cherry Pettoral is the best
cough medicine ever used.
The public thoroughfares of Iberia are in
p fearful condition or the editor of the
Abbeville Meridional is no judge. Hear
Win: "If roads be a criterion of a peo
ple's eivlisation the folks in Iberia parish
a re aew grades lower down the scale than
bDigger Indian, and he eats dirt and
Aymr's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine for
every one in the spring. Emigrants and travel
Swili find in b it an effectual cure for the
emption, boils pimples eczema, etc. that
sa[ out on the skin-the effect of dio.oder in
d caused by sea-diet and life on board
The Lake Chgrles Commercial records
the death at that place of Sister Mary of
8t. Philomena, known in the world as
EliUbeth McCamley. She belonged to the
qtttly order of the Sisters Marianites of
Moly Cross, and was one of the four re
vered ladies who opened the well known
Academy for Young Ladies at Lake
Charles ip 1882.
The most noted men of modern times have
publicly attested tothe value of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoralas a cure for coughs and colds.
Mr. Frank H, Thompkins has retired
from the Minden Democrat and is going
W .eta canpany with the star of empire.
iafa able and wortlty young gentleman
s il. ~ar wishes him unbounded suc
ab wherever he may locate. To Mr. Drew,
te new editor of the Democrat, we extend
a fraternal greeting, and hope to make his
qidalntalce at the approaching session
rM4 A.m Assocsiation.
Ml john O'Donnel, mayor of Waynesboro,
ia, ys" "Brown's-Iron Blitters is prescribed
b. iih ijgs adild'it isc lesiidered a good medi
Mr. Clpmpnt D. Camp, who was an em
plW f the Came more than ten years
age, and who now resides in Port Chester,
N. Y., sent us an invitation to the "silver
anniverpgry" on the tweqty-fifth annual
reception of Harry Howard Hook end Lad
der Company of that place, which occurred
on the 13th inst. The card is a tasty speci
mrn of typogimphy and we doubt not that
it is the handiwork of friend Clement him
self, as he is a first-class job printer.
TmE BEST TONIx.
Ours 9omlate I Dyspepsa, 1
laJryer fend tl
3eewi OoiCee ctalpasere. CGr ue. -
064 ana and ili it o ptt er L
No other complaints are so insidious in their
attack as those affecting the throat and lungs:
none so trifled with by the majority of suffer
ers. The ordinary cough or cold, resulting
perhaps from a trifling or unconscious ex
posure, is often but the beginning of a fatal
sickness. AYER's CHERRY PECTORAL has
well proven its efficacy in a forty years' fight
with throat and lung diseases, and should be
taken in all cases without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cured.
"In 1857I took a severe oold, which affected
my lungs. 1 had a terril:'e cough and passed
night after night without sleep. The doctors
gave me up. I tried AYER'S C iERRit PEC
TonAL, which relieved my lungs, induced
sleep, and afforded mle the rest necessary
for the recovery of mny strength. By the
continued use of the PECTORAL a pernma
Ieut cure was effected. I ant now 62 years
old, hale and hearty, and ain satisfied your
CHlERRY PECTORAL saved me.
Itockingham, T t., July 15, 1882.
Croup. -A Mother's Tribute.
"While in the country last winter my little
body, three years old, was taken ill with croup;
it seemed as if he would die from strangqt
lation. One of the family suggested the use
of AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, a bottle of
which was always kept in the house. This
was tried in small and frequent doses, and
to our delight in less than half an hour the
little patient was breathing easily. The doc
tor said that the CHERnv PECTORAL had
saved my darling's life. Can you wonder at
our gratitude? Sincerely yours,
M.R. EMMA GEDr EY."
159 West 128th St., New York, May 16, 1882,
"I have used AYER's CHERRY PECTORAL
in ny famlily for several years, and do not
hesitate to pronounce it the most effectual
remedy for coughs and colds we have ever
tried. A. J. CRANE."
Lakg Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
"I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis,
and after trying many remedies with no suc
cess, I was cured by the use of AYER'S CtltR
IY PECTORAL. JOSEPH WALDEIN."
Byhalia, Miss., April 5, 1882.
" I cannot say enough in praise of A.En's
C.iacEn PECTORAL, believing as I do that
hlut for its use I should long since have died
from lung troubles. E. BRAODon."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
No case of an affection of the throat or
lungs exists which cannot be greatly relieved
by the use of AYER's CHERRY PECTORAL,
and it will always cure when the disease is
not already beyond the control of medicine.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Is in full operation prepared to promptly fill
all orders for
ALL KINDS OF
on short notice and at more advantageous terms
than can be offered elsewhere.
With improved machinery and ample facili
ties, this mill will challenge competition in
quantity, quality and cheapness of its work.
Those who patronize it once will not fail to
recognize the superiority of its advantages.
FELIX LEBLANC. Proprietor.
Will you try your Luck?
e The best place to make the venture is at
Crescent Place, near Market-House.
My games of chance have never been char
tered by the Legislature or approved by a vote
of the people. nor are the drawings superinten
ded by distinguished citizens, but I give all my
customers a fair deal and spend my earnings at
I home. If you like a square game, come to
1 BURKE'S HEADQUARTERS.
YOUNGBLOOD & HOLMES
r"Boiler Scale Collecto0."
J. 0. LEBLANC,
General Agent for Louisiana.
TliHE object of this little invention is to pro
vide a chenp, simple device for "preventing
the Burning of Boilers." It is the cheapest and
most effective thing known for the purpose;
and will save the owners of Steam Boilers prob
ably a hundred times their cost, and relieve
Planters, ('iptains and Engineers of an im
mense amount of responsibility and annoyance.
C('hiefEngineor Str. Jno. W. Cannon.
hd k & hae ihe,
Weinschenck's Old Stand,
Railroad Avenue, between Attakapas and
1)UGGY, Carriage and Coach Trimming, Sad
dlery. Harness making, Repairing, and all
kilnds of Leather Work in best style and at low
prices. Buggy whips of all kinds on hand.
Mine. J. FEVRIEIR,
Cor. Mississippi and Lessard Streets,
KEEPS always on hand a full stock of Hats,
Trimmings, Ribbons, Ar(ijtcial Flowers,
etc., including the best qualities and latest
styles, which she sells at most reasonable fig
ures. Ladies are invited to call at her estab
lishment before.sending their orders to New
Orleans or elsewhere, as she is confident of be
ing able to give satisfaction to all .Comparison
of goeds and prices with those of >ther dealers
FRED. ROGoE., ERNEST LANOBECKER.
RO06E & LANGBECKER,
CITY BARBER SHOP,
(Next to Peep-o'-Day Hotel,)
HAVING, shampooning. hair-cutting, dye
ing of hair or whiskers, etc., in the best
style, at popular prices. Respectfully solicit I
he patrna~ge of the Dublic.
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE
In the Growing Village of O
?OPPOSITE Donaldsonville, left bank Missis.
Ssippi river, t.he Rier Ferry Landing being
Incated near the centre of the town front, and
the proposed New - RiverRoad forming the
Western or upper boundary line.
A plan of the Town can be seen at the Recor
For frth,- parti..ars. apply to Dr. A • C
LOVe a on's Hotel, Darrowvi, or to
the uunrisnsed, at Gem Plantation.i
BEN GIBSON. I
This is the Only Chartered
Lottery of any State.
State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the]Legis
ature for Educational and Charitable purposes
-withba Capital of $1,000,000-to which a reserve
fund of over $550,000 has since been added.
By anpoyerwhelming popular voteaits franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitu
tion adopted December 2. A. D., 1879.
A SPLENDID OPPOTTUNITY TO WIN
Its Grand Single Number Drawings will take
place monthly. IT NEVER SOALES OR POSTPONES.
Look aL the following distribution.
AT NEW ORLEANS,
Tuesday, March 11, 1884,
Under the supervision and management of
Gen. G. T. Beauregard, of La.,
- AND -
Gen. Jubal A. Early, of Va.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each.
to Fractions, in Fifths in Proportion,
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 CAPITAL PRIZE............$75,000
1 do do -................ 25,0C0
1 do . do .......... .. 10,0W
2 PRIZES OF $6000................ 12,000
5 do 20) ............ 20,000
10 do 1000................ 20000
20 do 0)................ 25.000
100 do 200................ 0.000
I1X) '- 100............. 30,000
500 do 50........... . 600)0
1(U) do 25............ 50,000
9 Approximation Priz'$750.....7.. 6.750
9 do do $500........ 4,500
9 do do $250........ 2,250
1,067 Prizes, amounting to............$265,500
WE pq. RIIEBY CERTIFY that we supervise
the arrangements for all the monthly and semi
annual Drawings of the LourSIANA STATE LOT
TERY COMPANY and in person manage and con.
trol the Drawings themselves, and that the
same are conducted with honesty, fairness and
I in good faith toward all parties. We authorize
the Company to use this certificate with fac
similies of our signatures attached, in its ad
G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY.
Application for rates to clubs should be made
only to the office of the Company in New
For further information write clearly, giving
Remit by POSTAL NOTE, American Ex
press Order, New York Exchange, or draft on
Letters with Currency invariably by Express.
We pay Express charges on all sums of $5 or
M. 4. DAUPHIN,
NEW OQZLEANiS, ý-A.
Address .egistered Lptters and make Money
Orders payable to
New Orleanu f.aional Bank,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
- OR-- .
B. RYBISKI, Agent,
DO NALDSo V I L LE.
BOOT ANI SneO'L MA nII,
ýonlaldseonvil rU~le, ýLa.
Is pleased to announce to his friends and the public-and esipeei
ally to the ladits-that he has just received and will hereafter keep
always on hand a full line of
LADIES' AND .ISSES' FINE SHOES,
custom made, of best quality and guaranteed workmanship, in which
lie defies completition. Call and examine stock and prices.
S. GOETTE, JR., Manager.
V. MI AURIN'S
Alwaysion hand, An elegant
EVERY STYLE, . RICH AND
EVERY SIZE, HANDSOME
EVERY PRICE, EQUIPMENTS,
And competition defied. __ Has just been received.
R. E. LEE STABLE, MISSISSIPPI STREET,
Plain Pine and Cypress Coffins, elegant Rosewood Caskets, imitation or genuine Metallic Cases,
and a full line of Ornaments and trimmings to suit any taste and any purse. Funerals con
ducted in best style and at prices that must prove saftisfactory to all my customers.
O O4W O
A AD MEtEJICAN EIjAN.
J. J. CASSIDY, Proprietor.
GEO. PANDELY President. NEWELLTILTON, Manager. W. J. CUMMINGS, Sec. and Treas.
IRON WORKS COMPANY,
Tchoupitoulas, St. Joseph and Foucoher Streets,
IT ' OIMLEA.I''S, LA..
OFFICE, 181 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET,
Consulting Engineers and Draughtsmen. Will furnish Estimates and
Plans, and Contract for the Construction, Erection and
Repairs of all kinds of
RAILROAD, STEAMSHIP, STEAMBOAT AND SAW-MILL
MACHINERY AND IRON WORK.
Sugar, Cotton & Rice Plantation Machinery aSpecialty.
Fully equipped for all repairs or break down jobs requiring immediate dispatch.
BOILERS, STEAM PUMPS, VACUUM PANS, SUGAR MILLS,
VACUUM PUMPS, CORLISS AND OTHER ENGINES.
OL Prices on application.
Material, Workmanship and date of delivery Guaranteed.
HYELLa t STORE
Corner Claiborne and St. Patrick Streets,
DONALDSON'VILL' E, LA.
Has recently been purchased by Mr. Louis Wild and fitted
up, in every respect, as a First-Class
C+ ROCE 7 Y ,
WHERE HE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES,
Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
LOUIS WILD, Proprietor. JOS. BRADFORD, Manager.
RED STOR E,
MISSISSIPPI STREET, NEAR THE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Henry Hether, - - - Proprietor
Seltzer and Soda Manufactory,
ST. LOUIS AND MILWAUKIE BOTTLED LAGER BEER, I
BEST ALE, PORTER AND CIDER.
Orders proqmptly Olled. SYRUPS of all Kinds always on hand.
During the sugar making season I keep a heavy supply of Sulpubric
Acid. Planters and others in need of this article wil, find it to their
interest to purchase of me, as I can and will undersell city prices. Ci
W~sn~~:smean meeoarr to atop theme
cnre. bhavemodtnmrgiaeSS. * EPI
Y Qaaa~ooýýr nLLINQ SICKliýe S a 1 stn
others havefaiied Jas ronaon now reeasiri
cum Badatroace for · Rstiseanddrree Battlof
mmi in·aiible eemedl. Give Ezorens sadPoetoffhca L
Costa oon ntbif1[for tri3I wil lr~cemoaI
®ddress D8. sQ. ijROORj i j 9,l Pepl ° wFork
oxer.al bok hsfD.sctjavexketch. bA
Sketch of his own life. IIuetrntedwithip arsnj .
g n k. bouee . One aent
anetherant has pawid foatwofarms. It sei2sik,, wil
AMe. WewantlIeOman aget. Veec lent e X61
cance melara ani d B. aL
G. . ART PR 1 5emn.,wE nP&bahy Naddr si
G. ii. ~aruL)~ToN tt 00., Psbiishesr~pew Yerk.
OF ALL KINDS
On Hand and Sawed to Order.
Orders executed on shoftest notice
Encourage home enterprise. Try the work
and prices of the Picayune Mill before gojpg
elsewhere. Address all communications to
P. O. Box 51. Donaldsonville. La.
PEEP - O'-DAY
Mississippi Street, on the river side, between
Railroad Avenue and Lessard Street,
Western Union Telegraph Office in the
TT is with great pleasure that I announce to
my friends and patrons that since I have
purchased this establishment I have been most
liberally potronizod by the general public, and
in consequence have been enabled to make
many attractive additions to it. The bar is now
stocked with the finest
BEER, CIGARS, ET(W.
A PIGEON-HOLE TABLE has been placed in
the saloon, on which games may be played for
drinks or cigars. Both Hotel and Saloon will be
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,
AT ALL HOURS.
Board and lodging at low prices, neat rooms
and an elegant table.
U.A. PRbDHOMME, Manager.
TEXAS AND PACIFIC
THE GREAT POPULAR *ROUTE
The East and the West !
SHORT LINE TO NEWORLEANS
AND ALL POINTS IN
LOUISIANA, NEW MEXICO,
ARIZ0NA and CALIFORNIA.
Favorite Line to the North, East
PULLMAN .. ....
PALACE UPI G U&S
- DAILY BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS and DALLAS,
FT. WORTH, EL PASO and
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
1 MARSHALL AND NEW ORLEANS
Without Change !
SOLID TRAINS EL PASO to ST. LOUIS.
Fast Time, First-Class Equipment, Sure
See that your tickets read via Texas and
Pacific Railway. For Maps, Time Tables, Tick
ets. Rates and all required information, call on
or address any of the Ticket Agents. or
H. P. HUGHES, Passenger Agent, Houston.
B. W. McCULLOUGB H Asmstant General
Passenger Agent. Marshall, Texas,
H. C. TOWESEND, General Passeger Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
H. M. HOXIE, Third V. P., St. Louis.
T. E-. DONLON,
PAINTING in all its branches and in the
most perfect style. Sign painting, graining
and ornamental work a speciality. Address
through Donaldsonville post-office.
No. 107 Customhouse street, bet.
Royal and Bourbon,
NEW ORLEA.NS, LA.
Meals at All Hours.
Rooms and Board by the Day, Week or Month
at Moderate Prices.
The most successful remedy ever discovered
as it is certain in its effects and does not blis.
ter. Read proof below.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE,
From thc "Spiritofthe Times." Dee. 22,'83.
It is admitted there is a great abvance in vet
erinary science within the past decade, yet
many will scarcely believe that a spavin cure is
possible. -Iortunateindeed, however, is t for
the poor ihrse suffering from lameness of this
kind that Kendall's Spavin Cure has been dis
covered, as it is certain in its effects and has
worked wonders in thosands of such cases.
Send for illnptrated catalogue, giing positive
proof, also for sample copy of Kendall's Treat.
isa on the Horse and his Diseases; both free.
Price of the Spavin Cur, .re$1. Addrees. , DB. B
. KENDALLt & CO., proprietors, Enosburg
From the"Spirit oftheTimes.,,Nov. 17,'83.
The successful treatment of ringbones, spav
ins, and joint lameness has been nrevrlent in
the veterinary profession, but we lifd that Dr.
Kendall has discovered a remedy for such
troubles that is doing noble work everywhere.
This remedy is certain in its effectsand does
not blister, but it has a magical effect in r_
ducing the enlargement and driving out the
lameness, as hundreds of testimonials prove.
Price $1. For sale by druggiste eerywhere,
and by Dx. B. 3. KEDALLasob a noebnrg
KENDALL'S SPAVIH CURE,
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Northville, Dakota, Nov. 2j, 18
Dx. B. 3. KENDALL & Co., Gieitlmenie:i a
closed please find 25 cents for your book,- en
titled "A Treatise on the Horse and His Die..
eases." You may look for moreordersin futre o
if it is as advertiae& Your spavm cre ,
wonders with rheumatism; reli r ef is immed. I
ate, and its action lermanit E edin
ought to haveano oc
casin to use it on min oves, . but too much
cannot besaid of its - e ffets o-- , h
,man flesh. I used tison a pue efecbs oi..
itseffects were s thory er Pi end
the hook as soon as poseible and Plsqeend
Yours truly, 9 A.K-Bxoww
S9LD YALLDRUGIS , ,
S ·c', l ----- zfi~Lt~Z
House, Sign & Ornamental
in all their branches. Prices and work guanan.
Sells all kinds of varnisher -and prepared
paints, also metalic letters of every description
and size in gold, silver or coper.
Apply to or address throuh the Donaldson
ville post-office, Orders left at Cheap Tony's
or the store of M. Israel &Co will meet with
prompt attention. GING The Painter.
SANITARIUM. itivoride CGaL The dry.eimate eres,
Noer, Throat, Lu.. full idea, 86p.. route, cst, tree.
200o Pngos.ltaustrated in clth sad it sPladig..Os
moneAor ostage. seme rAper fovers em. is oohr
contains all thgcuIsrou t ~.e btfoi or froquIs w ant
toknowlarge oditons. 1iO. each5,1&id 5.v m moe.
Health Beauty, apnees, ro not ts ad.
vice-who may manrr,whb onot, why. Mo le ad, wie
b e tirinbr etuhthom o Sent 6 i.
ýR dt. Louis, Mo., tho areatpaiet.
A Great Cause of Hiuman Misery
Is the Loss of
A Lecture on theNature, Treatment sad
Radical cure of Seminal Weaknee or sperma
torrhoea, induced by Self-Abuse. Involuntary
Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debty, and
Impedimeants to Marriage generally; Cosup-.
tion. Epilepsy and Fits; Mental and Physical
Incapacity. etc.-By ROBERT J. CULVER
WELL. M. D., author of the "' Green Book " etc.
The world-renowned author, in this admire
able Lecture. clearly proves from his own ex
perience that the awful consequences of Self
Abuse may be effectually removed witl:out
dangerous surgical operations, boogies, mlsru
ments, rinje or cordials; pointing out a iode
of cure at once certain and effectual, by which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
W'This lecture ~rill prove a boon to thow.
sands and thousands.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two
postage stamps; Address
THE CUL VER WELL MEDICAL 00.,
41 Ann street. Newr York, N. Y.; P. O. Box, 4.5
and FAAIAIA. '
From these oure ar lee-fotbs of
the diseases of the human race. These
sypmtomsindlcate theirenistence: Lass of
ppetlte, Bowels eaostt cink W ear
ache, fallness after eatlags .vearsio to
exertion of body o mndrla., Eruetdilm
of food, Irritabilty of t per Lw
ts A f uelia~zz OCag
spiridts A fet ."
some dauty, DIzz, ti.
Heart, lits befbre the
ored urine, t4ONTIP TIO rgi Go
mand the use of e romedy that at direely
on the Liver. AsaLivermedlictnoT'PTT
PILLS have no equal. Their action on tbo
Kiidneysand Skin is also prompt yemovinf
all impurities through these three r"seav
engers of the system." producing appe.
tite, sound digestion, regular stools, a eanr
skin andavigorousbodv. TIUJTS'. PILI;a
cause no nausea o.girlping nor interfero
with daily work and arOdescritct
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
_Soldeverywhere,2ffn. Olee.44 Murray St . .
GaAitY HA on Wa CKEg8 hanged
anctla to a oGWSSY BLACK Pbya single Daf
or satiorn of thils DYE. Sold by Drogietib
or Sent by express on receipt of *1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TIMt'S MANUAL OFIIS LRECEIPTS FEEL
a PECTORAL PILLS
HALF A CEUTURYC
sis and Xbeamaasm ]I sure sini ?
Goo4 D~estlon, BenIsrit ef-tt Boialels.
cie-us boon to delleste Aoh s
krasing t.e narv ua di .4e. a ,einjU tjgnWn,,
t eacth to evryr fi're of tne bed- Bold b:Dnrifs#
Far ?ampheta, eta., addyas. g& ý1
A f-ror t' rrc-, ieWom of one of ti
'nit netrd n'. sncr eul ctwelalla, i0IA the Q.ý
' w rptired; for hpr e ofNern c rp A
mat Xffrxnheed, Ttreesmsraatz4 lecaegy. $iez.
;,;ainseal L .nd anvelopefe. ruggliata~an 811.4
AfJdraos DR. WARD &o CO., Louisiaej, Mo.
McEW's WINE OF UCR1
sakes Laudes v ivae i n.l ,
eheerfit, amd >beelnttsag in
slrocity. I eatsvris seedirttw
wlyeu,ermos slster.,and h ms.
ly girls into laviug maothers,
a awable 4.n , L A bean.1
EcEiroes' WINE OF GAS!I
eorreets all desalsmaprlla
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